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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 7, 1994 - 7

HOCKEY NOTEBOOK
By MELANIE SCHUMAN
Daily Hockey Writer
It is now official. No senior on the current Lake
Superior State squad will ever win a game in Yost Ice
X rena. The last time the Lakers won in Ann Arbor was
Dec. 14, 1990, a 4-3 victory. Last year, the Wolverines
defeated Lake State four times, including a victory in the
CCHA finals. Michigan's lone setback to Lake State was
a 5-4 overtime loss in the quarterfinals of the NCAA
Championships last spring.
Friday's lopsided victory over Ohio State extended
Michigan's win streak against the Buckeyes to 18. The
Wolverines' unbeaten streak against them now stands at
21. Ohio State's last victory against Michigan came Nov.
19, 1989, 7-3.
* BIG NUMBERS: Entering this weekend's games, confer-
ence teams were averaging 7.73 goals per game. Friday's
10-2 Michigan victory contributed to that statistic once
again.
Since last season, the Wolverines have scored 10-plus
goals in four games. During its 28-2-1 start a year ago,
Michigan beat Notre Dame, 13-2, in its first league series
and later in the campaign, beat Kent, 10-4, and, 10-3, on
separate series.
The Wolverines also scored 10-plus goals six times
luring the 92-93 season, including an 11-1 rout of Michi-
gan State and back-to-back 13-goal efforts against Ohio
State and Notre Dame in the CCHA playoffs.
SOPHOMORE SCORING: Before this weekend's games
freshman Bill Muckalt was tied for the team scoring lead
with five goals and two assists for seven points. Four other
Wolverines also had seven points including freshmen
center Robb Gordon.
Sophomore Jason Botterill stepped up against Ohio
State. He scored a hat trick, assisted on two power play
oals, and ended up topping the team leader board with 12
points. For his efforts, Botterill was named the CCHA's
Offensive Player of the Week.
Also Friday, sophomore Brendan Morrison had one

Yost unkind to
Lakers, Bucks
goal and two assists while sophomore defensemen Blake
Sloan, Chris Frescoln and Harold Schock also contrib-
uted. Sloan tallied two assists while Frescoln and Schock
added one assist apiece.
Saturday's game tying and winning goals came off the
stick of sophomore John Madden. Sloan's patient pass-
ing to Madden helped put the Wolverines up 3-2 with 3:17
left in the third period.
"That whole sophomore class has to contribute offen-
sively," Michigan coach Red Berenson said. "We need
balanced scoring. When you look at our scoring last week,
freshmen scored six of our eight goals, and you're not
going to go very far with that. That's a tribute to the
freshmen, but we need all of our lines clicking."
Botterill also sees the need for the nine member sopho-
more class to raise its level of play.
"We view ourselves as leaders on this team," Botterill
said. "And I think it's about time we started picking it
up - playing both ends of ice, offensively and defen-
sively. We're a big part of this team and if our team is
going to go anywhere, the nine of us are going to have
to step up."
TRAILING, SCHMAILING: After being down, 2-1, at the
end of the second period, the Wolverines went on to beat
Lake Superior, 4-2. This is the first time this season
Michigan has won a game when trailing at the end of the
first forty minutes.
ON THE TUBE: Thus far this season, the Wolverines
have already been on PASS three times, twice hosting
Colorado College and Saturday's 4-2 win against Lake
Superior.
PASS Sports extended its contract to include the
College Hockey Showcase on Nov. 25-26 and the Great
Lakes Invitational on Dec. 29-30. PASS and Fox's Detroit
Red Wing announcers Mickey Redmond and Dave
Strader handle play-by-play duties.
ESPN2 offered the CCHA a short-term contract, but it
did not extend beyond the NHL strike and it already
conflicted with PASS's schedule.

EVAN PETRIE/Daily

Last weekend at Ferris State, Matt Herr and the rest of the freshman class accounted for six
goals. This weekend the freshmen were held in check and contributed only two of Michigan's

of the eight Wolverine
14 goals.

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Steve Suk and Rem Murray each
*ad two goals and an assist as Michi-
gan State remained unbeaten with a5-
3 victory over Ohio State Saturday
night.
Suk scored a pair of goals two and
ahalf minutes apart in the first period,
the second on a power play, to give the
Spartans (5-0-1 CCHA,6-0-1 overall)
a2-1 lead. Chris Smith scored apower-
play goal 32 seconds into the second
seriod.
Murray added an even-strength
tally at 14:47 of the third stanza and
an empty-net goal with three sec-
onds left for his fifth marker this
season.
Steve Brent, Tyler McMillan and
Randy Holmes scored for the Buck-
eyes (0-5, 1-7).
Chad Alban made 14 saves for
ichigan State while Kurt Brown made
7 for the Buckeyes.
Ferris State 4, Miami (Ohio) 2
Tim Christian scored three goals
during an 11-minute span of the first
period as Ferris State beat Miami of
Ohio, 4-2, Saturday night.
Christian's goals gave the Bulldogs

(2-2 , 3-3) a 3-0 lead. The Redskins
(3-3) closed to 3-2 on second-period
goals by Kevyn Adams and Joe
Bodnar.
However, John Duff added an in-
surance goal for Ferris State.
Kevin Deschambeault started in net
for Miami but was pulled just 12:41
into the game after giving up three
goals on seven shots. Charles Thuss
finished the game.
Seth Appert made 27 saves for the
Bulldogs.
Illinois-Chicago 6, Notre Dame 2
Adam Lord made 40 saves and
six different Illinois-Chicago play-
ers scored as the Flames completed
a weekend home-and-home sweep
of Notre Dame with a 6-2 victory
Saturday night.
The Flames (2-3-1) opened a 6-0
lead before Tim Harberts scored a pair
of third-period goals for the Fighting
Irish (0-4,2-5).
After a scoreless first period, Chris
MacDonald, Jeff Blum and Kevin
O'Keefe scored for the Flames in the
second period. Al Dunbar, Matt
Brunner and Rob Hutson added third-

coverage

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8. Vermont 31
9. Maine 30
10 Bowling Green 26
(First Place Votes in Parentheses)
Other teams receiving votes:
Clarkson 12, Lake Superior 9,
UMass-Lowell 7, Michigan Tech
4, Western Michigan 2, St.
Cloud State 1, Wisconsin 1,
Army 1, Brown 1.

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