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10 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 15, 1996

Continued from Page 9
you. lk to be able to put your best
foot -orward," Berenson said. "I
know on paper we won't be able to,
but on the ice our team has to
"We've got four regular players
out of our lineup, and that's the
weakest I can remember our team
going into a game."
With Muckalt and Botterill out,
center John Madden's line will be the
first line. Senior center Brendan
Morrison, the remaining member of
his line, will move down one and
play between Matt Herr and Sean
"I haven't been playing up to my,
expectations so far this year,"
Morrison said. "It's an opportunity
for me to get back into the groove a
bit, and for the younger guys too."
Michigan will dress seven
defensemen tonight, including Chris
Fox, who may also see time at for-
ward on a fourth line with freshman
Andrew Merrick. Sophomore Craig
Assenmacher or freshman walk-on
Krikor Arman could complete the
In 'the first game, against the
Spartans, it was the Michigan
defense that struggled to clear the
puck out of its zone, including the
moment right before the Spartans
scord.the winning goal.
"tknow we're going to have to
dlay -',well defensively, period,"
Perenson said. "We give up five
goals at Michigan State with
Botterill and Muckalt. We can't give
their the two-on-ones and odd-num-
bered. rushes we gave them (last
Tomorrow, things could get ugly

fast between the Wolverines and
Falcons. While Berenson showed his
players film this week that showed
Crozier's injury was a result of a
clean hit by Faulkner, there were
other plays that caused tempers to
"It all started when I got speared
in the front of the neck," Muckalt
said after the game. "Just an
absolutely gutless play. I'm not
gonna knock the (officiating), but
you can't let the game get out of
hand like that."
CCHA coordinator of officials
Dave Fisher said last weekend's
events will not affect the officiating
tomorrow night.
"Whatever happens (tomorrow)
night happens on its own," Fisher
said. "You referee the game at hand,
not the one that happened again."
As for who the officials will be,
teams do not find out until game-
time Fisher said. Roger Graff was
the referee in Saturday's game.
Before the third-period melee, the
Falcons stayed with the Wolverines
throughout the first two periods
which ended in a 1-1 tie. Warren
Luhning knocked in the game-win-
ner with just under eight minutes left
in the third period. Four minutes
later, Botterill scored to secure the
victory for the Wolverines.
The Falcons have lost four straight
in the CCHA after raising already
high expectations with victories in
their first two conference games.
"We're going out there with the
mindset that we're going to be disci-
plined. That happened in the past,
and it's pretty much done with now,"
Morrison said. "But if there's a
chance to put a good, clean check on
someone, then obviously we'll take
advantage of that."

Recent meetings
11/2/96 State 5, Michigan 4
Munn Ice Arena exploded when
Bryan Adams scored on a goal that
was deflected off Blake Sloan's
stick to give Michigan State the
winning goal in a see-saw battle
with only 52 seconds left in the
3/15/96 Michigan 6, State 2
Michigan advanced to the CCHA
championship game behind four first-
period goals at Joe Louis Arena.
John Madden led the Wolverines
with his 25th and 26th goals off the
3/1/96 Michigan 3, State 0
The game was scoreless until
Madden netted the game-winner at
17:38 of the second period, It estab-
lished a school-record seventh
shutout of the year for Michigan in
front of 7,454 at Yost Ice Arena.
2/17/96 Michigan 8, State 1
Michigan found the net seven times
in the last 24 minutes of play in
front of 19,875 in Joe Louis Arena.
Two-goal performances by Bill
Muckalt and Madden spurred the
12/30/95 Michigan 3, State 1
One goal and an assist clinched the
Great Lakes Invitational Most
Valuable Player award for Brendan
Morrison. Michigan captured its
record eighth straight GLI champi-
11/28/95 State 4, Michigan 3
Anson Carter scored two first-period
goals for Michigan State, and Steve
Ferranti scored the game-winner
with 5:13 left at Munn. It was
Michigan's second straight one-goal

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The Wolverines were not shocked by last weekend's physical play, but they will be without three players tonight due to game
disqualifications handed out Saturday against Bowling Green. The Wolverines will also be without the services of Greg Crozier,
who will miss eight to 12 weeks with a fractured radius and ulna in his left forearm.




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