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14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 5, 1996

TURCO
Continued from Page 10A
Turco was the difference - no doubt
about it. The Wolverines did not have
many scoring opportunites in the first
period. They couldn't get it going. If it
weren't for Turco, Michigan could have
been down early.
And the result could have been the
same as last year's home opener against
the Broncos.
"Turco played terrific," Western
Michigan coach Bill Wilkinson said.
'We had some chances there to score,

in the first period especially, and he
made some fabulous saves.
This was a different Iurco from the
goalie fans have seen earlier in the sea-
son. He didn't give thei crowd heart
attacks as he has done in the past going
after loose pucks outside the goal
crease. He didn't let in a goal seconds
into the game like he did against
Minnesota last Friday.
He wasn't perfect, however. He did
let in a goal to Cardwell on a rebound
that dribbled under his pads, cutting the
Michigan lead to 2-1 at 5:52 into the
third period.

But he didn't cave in. Turco followed
the lone Western Michigan goal with a
save one miunte afterwards, and sec-
onds later, smothered the puck on Mike
Melas' shot, who received a pass in
stride in front of the net.
"This game was a good test for me,"
Turco said. "I thought tonight I played
my best game because I was in control
and confident."
It must have been a much better feel-
ing for Turco leaving the ice last night
than it was last October.
And thanks to Turco, the streak at
Yost continues.

BRONCOS
Continued from Page 10A
them every time.
"Turco kept us in the game in the first period,"
Berenson said. "(The Broncos') best chances were on
the power play and Turco was the difference in that peri-
od."
Turco's 15 saves in the first were more than he some-
times has to make in a game. He finished with 30 saves.
Michigan had only seven shots in the first frame, but
evened the shot disparity in the second period, outshoot-
ing the Broncos 17-6.
Despite this pressure in Western Michigan's zone,
Michigan could not score for the first 19 minutes of the
second period.
The Wolverines finally got a break when Harold
Schock's power-play shot deflected off Barnes directly to
Luhning, who was standing at the left post by himself to
poke in the gift goal at 19:02 for a 2-0 lead.
Earlier in the second, the Broncos' power play had 1:35 of
5-on-3 advantage to try to get on the board, but Turco and

the penalty-killing unit ignited the crowd by killing it off
"When you get 5-on-3, especially when you're down
2-0, you've got to get one of those in the net," Western
Michigan left wing Justin Caldwell said. "I've got to
give a lot of credit to Turco. He played a really strong
game."
Michigan killed nine of the Broncos' 10 power plays
while scoring on 2-of-7 chances with a man up.
The Wolverines may be a little short in the personnel
department when they travel to on Ferris State Saturday.
Michigan defenseman Peter Bourke separated his lef
shoulder and right wing Sean Ritchlin injured a knee. X
rays will determine Ritchlin's status for Saturday's
game.
The third period got a little chippy as referee Jeff Shell
whistled I1 Michigan penalties and 10 against the
Broncos. There were a total of 42 penalties on the night.
"Don't start talking about referees," Western Michigan
coach Bill Wilkinson said. "Christ, I don't have enough
money to get fined.
"You can criticize the president of the United States,
but God forbid if you criticize the referee."

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