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The Michigan Daily- Wednesday, February 12,1992 -Page 11

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HOCKEY NOTEBOOK
Berenson shuffles
lines for Redskins

No Team Rec

by Rod Loewenthal
Daily Hockey Writer
Unhappy with his team's per-
formance against Bowling Green
this past weekend, Michigan coach
Red Berenson revamped his lines
this week in order to find the elu-
sive offensive combination he's
searching for.
Berenson, in an attempt to rekin-
dle the scoring prowess of forwards
Brian Wiseman and David Oliver,
has moved the duo back to their
original spots on the first line with
senior Denny Felsner. Since
Berenson first moved Wiseman and
Oliver back to their line from last
season with center Cam Stewart,
the three have been virtually silent.
Berenson's second line will
match center Cam Stewart with ju-
nior David Roberts and senior Ted
Kramer. The move signals Beren-
son's concern for two upperclass-
men who have not produced at the
same level that they did last season.
"We're kind of back to where we
were before the Chicago series,"

Berenson said. "I think some of our
players are playing stronger now
and that will give us four strong
lines."
Dan Stiver and Mike Helber
will be led by Mark Ouimet on
Michigan's third line. And with the
improved play of Rick Willis and
Mike Knuble, Berenson feels that
the two forwards along with center
Mike Stone "could give us a strong
line."
"I think we're finding now what
we wanted to get at the beginning of
the year," Berenson added.
ADDING INSULT TO INJURY:
Not only did the Michigan hockey
team get swept this past weekend,
but the CCHA Player-of-the-Week
had a hand in it. Brian Holzinger
from Parma, Ohio led Bowling
Green past Michigan with four
goals last weekend to grab the
award. The first-year skater had
two game-winning goals as well as
notching his first career hat trick on
Friday night, en route to a 7-4 dust-

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Michigan goalie Chris Gordon stops a breakaway attempt against Bowling Green last Saturday. Gordon was
forced to sit out of practice yesterday after injuring his elbow, but should return today.

ing of the Wolverines.
LONG ROAD AHEAD: The
home series with the Miami Red-
skins beginning this Friday night
signals the start of a 16 day stretch
in which the Wolverines find them-
selves playing eight games. Yet,
Berenson and the players don't seem
concerned with the heavy work
schedule ahead of them.
"I think it's how we play that's
important," Berenson said. "We're

healthy and now's the time to start
looking toward the playoffs. You
talk about team's peaking and build-
ing. It starts now."
FELSNER STAYS FOCUSED:
After last weekend's series with
Bowling Green, Felsner is now sec-
ond on Michigan's all-time scoring
list. The senior from Mt. Clemens
raised his career point total this
weekend by three to 229 to boost

him past Philadelphia Flyer Brad
Jones who had 227 career points
while at Michigan. Felsner is now
only 18 points behind Michigan
record-holder Dave Debol.
GORDON OUT: Michigan goal-
tender Chris Gordon missed prac-
tice yesterday with an injured el-
bow. The sophomore got hit with a
puck underneath his elbow, but is
expected back in the net today.

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