12 -- The Michigan Daily - fuesaay, September 26, 2000
Icers practice for real this time
By Jon Schwartz
Daily Sports Writer
The Michigan hockey team had its
first practice yesterday - for the second
After six "captains' practices" where
the team drilled and scrimmaged as they
normally would, only under the direction
of the captains, the coaches laced up
their skates and ran yesterday's two-hour
And while they were only mildly
pleased with what they saw, all three
coaches understood that yesterday was
just the beginning of what will be a long
and probably rewarding season.
"Our team is ready to work hard,"
Michigan coach Red Berenson said.
"The execution was pretty good right
away. They just have to get fine-tuned
To do that, the coaches have 10 days
until the start of the regular season, with
Colgate, New Hampshire and North
Dakota coming into town for the lee
Breakcr Tournament on Oct. 6 and 7.
In the meantime, the Blue-White
scrimmage and the exhibition against
Wilfred Laurier this weekend will both
be a far better gauge of the team's
progress than can be seen in the first-
Still, senior Mark Kosick said he was
happy with the team's effort yesterday.
"We were skating pretty good," he
said. "The team feels like it's excited and
everybody seems to have a good attitude
so that's important:'
But success doesn't come naturally to
any team - it must be worked for.
Yesterday, the work began. Not until
the season ends in six-and-a-half months
will there be any let-up.
STARS ON ICE: While many players
were adjusting to the more up-tempo
speed of the practice, all eyes focused on
assistant captain Scott Matzka.
The senior flew around the ice leading
his linemates - senior Josh Langfeld
and freshman Andy Hilbert - in the
drills and the scrimmage.
But ever more important was that
Kosick returned to the ice after injuring
his groin during one of the captains'
"I thought (Kosick) looked good,"
Berenson said. "He's skating well and he
Kosick, one of the fastest skaters on
the ice, is a key to the Wolverines suc-
cess this year
Still recovering from knee surgery
over the summer as well as the groin
strain, Kosick knew that sitting out a few
practices would be far better than rein-
Friday night, the Michigan hockey
team will open the 2000-2001 season
with the annual Blue-White exhibition
presented hy Mr. Spots. Game time is
7:30 p.m. at Yost Ice Arena.
The game presents Michigan fans with
an opportunity to get autographs from
players and coaches and skate around
Yost's ice with them after the game.
Tickets are on sale at Yost or can be
purchased at the door Friday night for
$5 ($1 for children under 12).
Students can pick up their season
juring himself and subjecting the team to
playing without him in the regular sea-
"It's a little sore but I'm getting there"
Coot DOWN: On Friday, summer
turned to fall, bringing with it the cold,
temperatures that make Michigan so
much fun in the non-summer seasons.
Apparently, sophomore forward Mike
Cammalleri and junior defenseman Jeff
Jillson didn't notice, as both came down
with colds over the weekend.
Cammalleri's was bad enough to keep
him home for the day, but Jillson was
able to practice with the team.
LJ. Scarpace makes the save in Michigan's first practice yesterday. Coach Red Berenson
has not said whether Scarpace or Kevin O'Malley will backup junior Josh Blackburn.
Carroptis.t for Henson
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mask was pulled so it wouldn't have
mattered," ('arr said.
As for the Rocky Harvey fumble,
Illinois' first of two in the final min-
utes, Carr said "there was no ques-
tion it was a fumble," despite Illinois'
protests that the ground caused the
ball to pop loose.
Big Ten officiating coordinator
David Parry said in a released state-
nest that bosh disputed fumble rul-
ngs would Ihae gone Illinois' wnay
instead nof Michigan's if an instant
replay system wnas in use Saturday.
IINsON iP®:1i: Benson had X-
rays taken yesterday and discussed
them with team doctor Ed Wojtys.
Carr will also meet with doctors to
decide whether Henson will make his
first-ever start Saturday. A confirma-
tion will likely not happen until game
time, leaving both fans and
Wisconsin in the dark.
"Based on what I saw, I am opti-
mistic," Carr said.
Carr's biggest worry is that Henson
may reinjure his foot much like Jake
Fsysinger did against Bowling Green.
Bothi had siilar noncontact injuries.
which sn-rc caused by a twisted plant
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Jamal Crawford signs
contract with Bulls
CHICAGO (AP)-- Jamal Crawford,
the former Michigan guard selected
eighth in the NBA draft, signed with
the Chicago Bulls yesterday.
Crawford was drafted by Cleveland,
then traded to the Bulls for the right to
center Chris Mihm, selected seventh by*
Under the NBA's rookie salary scale,
Crawford will receive within 20 per-
cent of about S4.74 million over three
Crawford left Michigan after a tim-
ultuous season, when he was suspend-
ed for the months of February and
March for violating NCAA ama-
Wings sign Koslov to
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Red
Wings on Sunday signed restricted free
agent left wing Slava Kozlov to a two-
year contract. Financial terms were not
Kozlov, 28, had a disappointing sea-
son in 1999, collecting 18 goals and 36
points. A key member of the Red
Wings' two Stanley Cup winning teams
in the 90's, Kozlov has recorded 30
game-winning goals in his career.
"We're glad to have Slava signed and
in camp," Red Wings general manager
Ken Holland said. "I know that he was
disappointed in last season, but he
worked very hard this summer on his
conditioning and we fully expect him
so rebound this ear."
Selected in theathird round of the
1990 draft, Kozlov has 182 goals and
377 points in 535 career ganes.
Griese expected to start
against New England
DENVER (AP) - Denver coach
Mike Shanahan expects quarterback
Brian Giese to start Sunday against
Griese, the NFL's top-rated passer,
tore cartilage in his throwing shoulder
against Oakland a week ago and missed
the Broncos' 23-22 loss-to Kansas City
The plan was for Griese to throw
Friday in hopes of playing Sunday.
When he couldn't throw Friday because
of pain and inflammation, he was
expected to throw during warmups so
he could be a backup to Gus Frerotte.
Griese couldn't thrown then, either.
Coslet unexpectedly quits
as Bengals' ead coach
CINCINNATI (AP) - Unable to
win, barely able to even score, the
Cincinnati Bengals found then-
selves with a new coach Monday
witht he season all of three games
Bruce Coslet unexpectedly quit as
coach of the NFL's worst team of th&
past decade and was replacd by
defensive coordinator Dick LeBcau
in the first NFL coaching- uhasge
this season. -
The resignation came a day after
the Bengals lost their third game in a
row and second straight wish-out
scoring a point. They have been
outscored 74-7 this season--and
haven't made the playoffs since
1990, the league's longest etrrent
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