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Berenson unsure if recovering Burlon will play in Frozen Four
By MICHAEL FLOREK
Daily Sports Editor
Brandon Burlon isn't the type
of guy who needs to watch his
weight, but he's on the baby-food
And though he's developed
new eating habits, they haven't
changed by choice.
After the junior defenseman
helped the Michigan hockey
team dispose of Bowling Green
'in the second round of the CCHA
Tournament, he received penicil-
lin for what was believed to be
strep throat. The throat swelling
didn't stop, forcing Burlon to visit
the hospital a couple times the
next week. While there, doctors
reevaluated his situation.
The final diagnosis was esoph-
agitis, an inflammation of the lin-
ing of the esophagus. Its biggest
symptom? Difficulty swallowing.
"The last count was nine days
that I didn't take food in," Burlon
said. "It was just a lot of water a
little bit at a time, some shakes
here and there if I could muster
them down. I started off eating
apple sauce and pureed soup,
mixing it with water. I graduated
to yogurt, but I was eating baby
food at one point just to get some
nutrients in me."
Burlon missed the CCHA semi-
finals in Detroit, the consolation
game and both of the Wolverines'
wins in the West Regional of the
NCAA Tournament in St. Louis.
He didn't make either trip.
And though losing weight
wasn'this goal, the baby-food diet
worked - Burlon lost 17 pounds.
Now, three days away from
playing No. 1 North Dakota in the
Frozen Four, Burlon is back - at
least in practice. He skated in
practice all last week and is slow-
ly gaining back the weight he lost.
But Michigan coach Red Beren-
son was not committed at the
beginning of last weel on allow-
ing Burlon to play, saying "we'll
see how he comes. along." On
Monday, the tune wasn't any dif-
ferent. After practice, Berenson
said he was still unsure whether
Burlon would play or not.
"Typically, you'd rather play a
junior than a freshman ina situa-
tion like this if he's a good player,"
Berenson said. "So we have to
make sure he's up to snuff before
we decide whether he's going to
play or not."
The New Jersey Devils draft
pick has five goals and 13 assists
this season to go along with a plus
14 rating. He was paired with
sophomore Lee Moffie before his
injury, but practiced with junior
Greg Pateryn last week. Wher-
ever he plays, he provides veteran
leadership on a defensive unit
that has three freshmen and just
With the big and fast North
Dakota forecheck likely to cause
havoc on the young Michigan
defensemen in the Wolverine
zone all game, Michigan will
need Burlon's ability to get the
puck out withboth his crisp pass-
es and his feet.
"He's played in these games -
not (the) Frozen Four - but he
went through this last year and
the year before, playing in tour-
nament games," Berenson said.
"He can add offense and give us
Junior defenseman Brandon Burlon might not play in the Frozen Four on Thursday.
good experience on defense as he'll have a championship trophy
well." in his bag. But there's one thing
When Burlon comes back from he most definitely won't have in
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