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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSThursday - Thursday, January 5, 1995 - 7

GLI
Continued from page 1
but it also proved that Michigan
Tech's seven-player loss hurt the
team immeasurably.
Six players and the Huskies' top
backup goalie were suspended by
coach Bob Mancini for team viola-
tions.
9* "Michigan was very good - we
. have to give them credit," Mancini
-said. "I'm proud of the guys who
dressed (for us) - they were the ones
-who deserved to play."
Michigan goalie Marty Turco
-spent 47 minutes in the net before
giving way to senior backup Al
Loges, and the two combined for
} the Wolverines' second shutout of
the season.
"It wasn't a 13-0 game," Berenson
said. "I couldn't believe the score.
Michigan Tech had some faulty plays
and Turco make some unbelievable
saves. They couldn't buy a goal and
we couldn't miss."

JOSE JUAREZ/Special to the Daily

HOCKEY NOTEBOOK:
Wolverines rewrite record
book at GLI tournament
By NICHOLAS J. COTSONIKA
Daily Sports Writer -
DETROIT - The Wolverines proclaimed their Great Lakes Invitational
dominance last weekend, and they did it one record at a time:
Michigan won its seventh consecutive GLI title, extending its own
record.
The title was the ninth championship won by the Wolverines in GLI
history, tying Michigan Tech's mark. Michigan won the tournament in 1966,
1975 and from 1988 through 1994.
Michigan's 13 goals in its shutout of Michigan Tech eclipsed the
Wolverines' own tournament high of 12, which they shared with Michigan
State. The game also saw the largest margin of victory in GLI history.
The Wolverines tied the standard for total goals in the tournament with
18 (set by Michigan Tech in 1970).
Marty Turco and Al Loges' shutout of the Huskies was only the seventh
blanking in GLI history. The last shutout was in 1987, when Wisconsin's Dean
Anderson held the Wolverines scoreless.
RED MILESTONE: Michigan coach Red Berenson picked up the 250th win
of his collegiate coaching career in the Wolverines' 5-4 championship victory
over the Spartans. Berenson is in his 11 th season behind the Michigan bench,
compiling a record of 250-160-22 in that time.
HONOR ROLL: The GLI All-Tournament Team was nearly all Michigan as
the Wolverines captured five out of the six slots.
Marty Turco, Steven Halko, Blake Sloan, Matt Herr and Brendan
Morrison were all named to the squad. The only non-Wolverine honored was
Michigan State center Anson Carter.
Morrison was named tournament MVP.
STREAKERS: Against the Spartans, Morrison and Mike Knuble extended
their individual point-scoring streaks. Morrison upped his to 10 games after his
second-period tally. During his run, Morrison has recorded 20 points on nine
goals and 11 assists.
Knuble recorded an assist in the third period, stretching his streak to nine games.
OLD THREADS: To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the GLI, all teams
donned uniforms reminiscent of those worn during the 1964-65 season.
The Wolverines wore blue sweaters and socks with maize trim. The front
of each jersey bore the players numbers beneath an arched "Michigan:'
CELEBRITYSUPPORT: Dave Coulier,starofABC's"Full House" and "America's
Funniest People," attended the Michigan-Michigan State game. A Michigan fan
for yearshe has been known to wear Wolverine jerseyson his television programs.
"I've been a Michigan fan since I was a kid," the Detroit Red Wing
honorary captain said. "A lot of my friends went to U-M, including my high
school defense partner. I played defense for Notre Dame (High School), and
ever since then, I've been following Wolverine hockey."

Michigan forward Robb Gordon moves

MICHIGAN 13, MICHIGAN TECH 0
Michigan 5 3 5-13
Michigan Tech 0 0-0
First Period -1, UM, Herr 4, 1:21. 2, UM, Herr 5 (Fox), 5:40. 3, UM, Legg 7 (Knuble, Morrison), 13:43
pp). 4, UM, Arnold 2 (Morrison, Schock), 16:57. 5, UM, Legg 8 (Madden, Luhning), 18:30. Penalties -
c ills, UM (elbowing) 2:15; Turco, UM, served by Fox (delay of game), 9:07; Seale, MTU (tripping), 10:07;
Seale MTU, (boarding) 13:26; Hanchuk MTU, (roughing) 19:14; Muckalt UM, (high-sticking)19:14.
a Second Period - 6, UM, Legg 9 (Madden, Halko), 7:34. 7, UM, Sloan 1 (Willis, Sinclair), 12:00.8, UM,
loan 2 (Halko, Herr), 12:43 (pp). Penalties - Savage, MTU (interference), 8:37; VanTinghem, MTU
roughing), 10:41; Luhning, UM (roughing), 10:41; Knuble, UM (roughing), 12:36.
Third Period -9, UM, Muckalt 11, 1:08. 10, UM, Knuble 15 (Legg, Madden), 5:15 (pp). 11, UM, Muckalt
2 (Fox, Siaon), 5:58. 12, UM, Hogan 1 (Schock), 7:23 (pp). 13, UM, Gordon 10 (Morrison, Knuble), 8:36
pp). Penalties - Morrison, UM (high-sticking), 4:13; Hanchuk, MTU (hugh-sticking), 4:13; Garvey, MTU
holding), 4:53; MTU bench, served by K.Ferguson (too many men), 6:17; Hanchuk, MTU (roughing), 7:23;
uhning, UM (cross-checking), 14:59; VanTighem, MTU (elbowing), 18:43; Fox, UM (high-sticking), 18:43.
Shots on goal - UM 15-11-12-38, MTU 9-54-18.
Power plays- UM 5 of 7; MTU 0 of 3.
Goafle saves- UM, Turco 9-5-1-15 (47:23) Loges x-x-3--3 (12:37). MTU, Caravaggio 10-8-7-25.
Retree - Bob Ames, Roger Graff.
Unesw en - John Dobrzelewski.
At: Joe Louis Arena, A: 13,401

in on Spartan goaltender Mike Buzak in last Friday's GLI championship game.
MICHIGAN 8, MICHIGAN STATE 4
Michigan state 2 1 1--4
Michigan 4 3 2--5
First Period-1, MSU, Tuzzoiino 4 (Taylor, Clarke), 9:28 (sh). 2, MSU, Berens 4 (Crane, Gaskins),
5:24. Penalties - Willis, UM (interference), 1:51; Watt, MSU (elbowing),l 3:51; Guolla, MSU
tripping), 8:30.
Second Period- 3, UM, Morrison 13 (Willis, Turco), 1:58. 4, UM, Gordon 11 (Sacka, Arnold),
:21. 5, MSU, Guolla 9 (Suk, Smith), 10:43. 6, UM, Herr 6 (Halko), 14:02. Penalties - Fox, UM
tripping), 8:08; Turco, UM, served by Arnold (tripping), 8:41; Keyes, MSU (interference), 11:23;
'larke, MSU (roughing), 16:41; Herr, UM (roughing), 16:41; Slater, MSU (slashing), 19:36.
Third Period - 7, UM, Madden 7 (Knuble), 1:39. 8, MSU, Suk 6 (Murray, Sylvester), 8:11.9, UM,,
uckalt 13 (Willis, Morrison), 12:26. Penalties - Vanstaalduinen, MSU (roughing) 3:33, Muckalt,j
M (roughing), 3:33.
Shots on goal - MSU 11-11-7-29. UM 12-17-14-43
Power plays - MSU 0 of 3; UM 0 of 4.
Goalie saves - MSU, Buzak 12-14-12-38 (59:14). UM, Turco 9-10-6-25.
Referees - Roger Graff, Matt Shegos.
Linesman - John Dobrzelewski.
At - Joe Louis Arena. A: 18,067.

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