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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, February 19, 1995 -7B

Muckalt leads equal
opportunity offense
against the Spartans

Michigan 1 2 5-8
Michigan State 0 1 0-1
First Pptgd -1, UM, Madden 21(Luhning, Hilton),
0:42 (pp). Penalties - Hilton, UM (hooking), 10:36;
zzolino;MSU (interference), 13:12; Kozakowski,
MSU (holding), 16:29; Botterill, UM (hitting after the
whistlej, 16;29; Yotk, MSUI (hitting ahtet the whistle),
16:2H; sakala, UM (high sticking), 1824; Berens'
MSU (slashing), 18:24; Morrison, UM (interference),
Second Period -2,MISU, Watt 27, 7:54. 3, UM,
Muckalt 19 (Legg),16:14 (pp 5X3). 4, UM, Muckalt
20 (Herr, Halko), 16:51 (pp). Penalties - Crane, MIII
(hitting ten the whistle) 3:28; Madden, UM (hitting
ahterthe whistle) 3:28; Keyes, MSUI (tripping) 346;
Madden, UM (intederence) 121:36 Watt, MSU (delay
of game) 12:49; Luhning, UM (delay oftgame)(12:49.
Loeding, MSU (interference) 15:07; Harlton, MSU
(high sticking) 1559; Muckalt, SM (holding) 1822.
Third Peiod- 5, SM, Madder 22 (Schock, Herr),
21. 6, UM, Luhning 16 (loan, Morrison), 10:48
. 71 SM. Legg 11 (Madden, Rominski), 11139.08,
Herr S6 (HiltonoLuhing), 16:10.9, SM, Schock
4(Morison), 17:05. Penalties - Legg,UM
(interference) 234: Frescoln, UM (roughing) 5:53;
Haes, UM (slashing) 7:49; Wat, MIII SUnererence)
9:27; Legg, UM (roughing) 11:46; Herr, UM (hitting
aft he whistle)17:15; Crane. MSU (hitting after the
whistle) .1715.
Power Plays - UM, 4 of 6; MSU, 0 of 8
Shots'on goal - UM, 12-7-7-20; MU, 44-11-23
Goalie saes - SM, Torco, 431-22; MISU, Alban,
11-5-1-17; MSU, Brusseau, xx-xx-1-1.
Refebee -Steno Potronski.
Lnesnen nDe Kronenerg, John Nowosatka.
A: 100871 On:ionLouis Arena,
Mrchtgao 3
Notre Damn 1 0 1-2
Frst period - 1, UM, Botterill 27 (Morrison), 1:13. 2
ND, Dhadphale 9, 3:39. 3, UM, Muckalt 18 (Schock,
Botter))i?:8 lay(p). 4,SM, Herr, 15 (Hilton, Luning),
1030 Penalties DalGrande, ND (charging), 113;
Rominiski, UM (trippng). 3:44;IUick, ND (charging),
7:33; Romnilski M (hooking), 1215; Herr, SM
(hodinRg 1312 Halko UM (roghing), 2000; Urick,
ND(holding) 20:00.
Second perod -5.SMHalko 3 (Legg, 1chock).
10*-38(p)n Penaltes-Broiniks, ND(irteerence),
10:)3; Urick, ND (high-sticking), 13:43; Ling, No
ieppi).1.4:10"rnIer, ND (cross-checking).14:55;
HoltH UM (intererence), 17:48; Gruber, NI
(boarding) 18:33.
Thirdperiod -6, ND, Urick 10(Noble, Harberts),
00 orrson 21 unassisted), 18:56 (en).
Pettes -$hockSM (high-sticking), 155;
Bruininks, ND(high-sticking), 1:55;B ottenill UM
{rpig, 3:01, Botteril, SM (boughing), 8:49; r
e noir. PD(roughing), 0:49; Iuhning, SM (cross-
checking), 13:54; Gruber, ND (interference), 14:30.
Power Plays - UM 2 of 8; ND 0 of 6
Shots on goal -SUM, 1315-9--37, ND,7-5-9-21.
Saes - SM, ITro, 6-0-19; N5, Eislet, 10-14--
Rferee - Roger Graff
Inesmen- Brian Troester, Save Kronenberg.
11,193 On; Palace otfoAubrn Hills

By John Leroi
Daily Sports Editor
DETROIT-Even when yourteam
sits atop the CCHA standings, you
can still have nightmares.
Saturday, Ron Mason's worst dream
came true.
In fact, the whole Michigan State
hockey team probably felt like it was
waking up in a cold sweat, enduring
an 8-1 trouncing at the hands of its
most hated rival
- Michigan.
The score is-no
indication of how
close the game
was - the score
was tied, 1-1, af- n
ter a period and
the Wolverines k
led by just two at
the second inter-
mission. Yet, the
Michigan State
players still held Muckalt
their heads down
when they left their lockerroom. They
were embarrassed.
"The last thing we wanted to do
was get in a special teams game,"
Mason said. "... it allows them to use
more players offensively."
When you face more than three
Michigan forwards on the ice at one
time, you know you're in for some
trouble. What buried the Spartans
more than anything was the balanced
attack that the Wolverines threw at
Ten Michigan players have at least
20 points on the season. Jason
Botterill, who didn't notch a single
point Saturday, paces the CCHA in

goals. Kevin Hilton leads the league
in points. Brendan Morrison is one of
the nation's top candidates for the
Hobey Baker Award.
Michigan coach Red Berenson has
the top four scorers in the conference
on his roster and two more in the top
Eleven different Wolverines found
their way on to the scorer's sheet
"We're a very balanced team," said
Hilton, who dished out two assists
Saturday and leads the nation in that
category. "Everybody is doing their
Each Wolverine seems to know
what his role is as well. The roster is
loaded with guys that could score 30
goals a year on less balanced teams.
But they seem more content if they all
get 20.
Saturday, Bill Muckalt received all
of the media's attention, while
Morrison, Botterill and company
walked by passively.
The sophomore broke the 1-1 tie
with four minutes left in the second
period, rifling a shot into the extreme
upper corner of the net. Spartan
goaltender Chad Alban had no chance
to even touch the puck.
Thirty-seven seconds later, Muckalt
put the Wolverines up by two, reach-
ing around Alban and slidingthe puck
under his outstretched arm.
Just like that, Michigan had a two-
goal lead.
"Tonight we had some great chances
and we were able to score on them,"
Muckalt said. "Usually Michigan
State keeps teams under 20 shots per
game. We were fortunate to have as

The Michigan hockey team moved into second place in the CCHA with victories over Notre Dame at The Palace of Auburn
Hills and Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena this weekend. The Wolverines are two points behind the first-place Spartans.
many opportunities as we had." and giving the Wolverines a three- Near the end of the game, Mason
The Spartans did not have an off- goal lead five minutes into the third. was forced to replace Alban with
game by any means. Their best After that, the floodgates opened. freshman Mike Brusseau.
defenseman, Bart Vanstaalduinen, Michigan scored three goals in a But that wasn't the real problem.
went down with a season-ending in- minute and a half to make the score The Spartans were tired. They were
jury the night before. more lopsided than were the first two getting beaten to every loose puck, no
Michigan State played fairly well periods of the game. matter which line Michigan had on
for the first 50 minutes of the game. Morrison tallied three assists and the ice.
Michigan just played better. Warren Luhning scored a goal and "Wejustmadethemmakemistakes,"
Center John Madden sandwiched added two assists. Matt Herr, Mike Legg said. "Other teams don't know
his two goals around Muckalt's, start- Legg and Harold Schock all had two what our first line is anymore. To tell
ing off the scoring in the first period points. you the truth, we don't know either."
ICERS Legg, who assisted on Muckalt's first Following that game, Michigan
Continued from Page 1goal. "It got us going and it set them coach Red Berenson ripped his team's
Cotne rmPg Bback too." effort.
four goal was even bigger because that Comparing the Saturday-night ver- "I thought we played a mediocre
blew the wind right out of their sails." sion of Michigan to the impostor of game at best," he said.
More like ripping their sails to the previous evening shows exactly He followed that with, "Our power
shreds, Kevin. how a team can ride the emotion of play wasn't sharp."
The Wolverines went on to score the power play. That wasn't a coincidence.
five more unanswered goals, shifting Even though the Wolverines posted And the players can attest to that.
a game that could have gone either a pair of scores on the power play in "Last night, we were a bit lackadai-
way into a blowout. their 5-2 win over Notre Dame Fri- sical," Legg said. "But tonight, we'
"That power play turned the game day, it was clear that the emotion just had to pick it up a little more than
around for us right there," said Mike wasn't there. usual, and we did."
Ft .

CCHA standings
Team (overall record) Won
1. Michigan State (26-8-0) 22
2. Michigan (25.5-2) 20
3. Western Michigan (25-7-3) 19
4. Lake Superior State (22-6-2) 18
5. Bowling Green (22-11-1) 16-
6. Miami (Ohio) (9-17-4) 8
7. Ohio State (8-15-5) 6
8. Ferris State (9-24-3) 7
9. Alaska-Fairbanks (9-21-1) 7
10. Notre Dame (8-21-3) 5
11. Illinois-Chicago (8-21-3) 5




Tuesday's score

Saturday's scores

Western Michigan 4, Notre Dame 1 Ohio State 7, Alaska-Fairbanks 5
Friday's scores Bowling Green 7, Illinois-Chicago 5
OhioStat 4, lasa Farbans 2 Lake Superior 6, Ferris State 4
Ohio State 4, Alaska-Fairbanks 2 Western Michigan 5, Miami (Ohio) 3
Bowling Green 5, Illinois-Chicago 0
Michigan State 4, Lake Superior 3
Ferris State 5, Miami (Ohio) 4 (OT)


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