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The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 13, 1995 - 7S

MIAMI
Continued from page 1B
~4or-l5 (.266) for the series with the
-il- quite an improvement on
their 20.5 percent success rate coming
tInto the weekend.
"(Morrison) makes a big difference
when he quarterbacks the power play,"
said Berenson of his center, who posted
'three points on the man-advantage in his
~first game of the season Friday. "Our
passing was better and we were much
,more organized."
,If only they were that organized
throughout Friday's game.
On the power play, Muckalt punched
ia rebouind 15:11 into the first period to
;give hit T~his sixth goal of the season and
,Mlici ga an early lead, but it wouldn't be
so r the Wolverines from then on.
Just 3,4 into the second, the Redskins
came back with a power-play goal of their
:Own when Randy Robitaille put the puck

between Marty Turco's pads.
The Wolverines answered with the extra
man again less than a minute later on
Botterill's fifth of the season at 4:15.
But Miami scored two more power-
play goals before the period was over.
Captain Kevyn Adams' one-timerat 13:25
beat Turco short side and Vitali Andreev's
quick shot at 16:53 left Turco with no
chance to make the save.
1n the final period, the Redskins added
to the damage. After Michigan held
Miami shotless during a five-minute
major assessed to Botterill for hitting
from behind at 17:04 of the second, the
Wolverines blew a defensive assign-
ment and Marc Tropper gave the
Redskins a 4-2 lead at 2:36 of the third.
"We weren't playing well at that point,"
Berenson said. "We needed to get the
momentum back somehow."
The Wolverines did seven minutes into
the period on a pretty passing play. With
a defenseman draped over his back,

Morrison one-handed the puck to Chris
Frescoln at the point, whose perfect feed
let Greg Crozier bag his sixth of the
season. Michigan closed the lead to one.
About three minutes later, Blake Sloan
tied the game by breaking loose in the slot
and blowing a snap shot by a helpless
Trevor Prior at 10:02.
The winning goal came in fitting fash-
ion -on the power play. Morrison's slap
shot from the point came off Prior's right
pad straight to Botterill, who calmly slid
it in to give the Wolverines a 5-4 lead they
wouldn't relinquish.
"We're happy to win because we were
behind," Berenson said. "We played well
in spots, but ... we knew we could play
much better."
Botterill pointed out after the game that
skating strong in the first period would be
key for Michigan down the road. Berenson
echoed these sentiments to his team, hop-
ing to see results the next night.
He did. The Wolverines carried the

play from start to finish Saturday.
Only 4:10 into the game, BotterillI used
Hilton as a decoy on a two-on-one and put
a wrist shot over Kevin Deschanibeault's
shoulder to score what would turn out to
be the game-winner -his second in two
days.
John Madden increased Michigan's
lead to 2-0 less than three minutes later
with his third of the year, one-timing
Bubba Berenzweig's pass by
Deschambeault at 7:07. The Redskins
went flat the rest of the way.
Miami coach Mark Mazzoleni attrib-
uted his team's collapse to a lack of
intensity.
"Michigan might not have had the re-
spect for us (Friday) and that might have
been reversed (Saturday)," he said. "They
are a good team and, even though we lost
(the first game), our players might have
thought, 'Hey, they're not that good,' and
then didn't come ready to play."
As the game wore on Saturday, Mat

Herr scored his first and second goals of
the year, John Arnold recorded his first
and Warren Luhning, whose flashy be-
hind-the-back pass set up Arnold, got his
third.
lc igan 3
Miami 0 3 1-4
First Period - 1, UM, Muckalt 6 (Hilton.Momson),15:11
(pp}. Penalties - Ktrall, MU (holding), 14:20.
Second Period - 2, MU. Robitaille 4 (unassisted), 3:24
(pp). 3, UM, Botterill 5 (Hilton). 4:15 (pp), 4. MU, Adams 6
(Robitaille, Leahy), 13:25 (pp). 5, MU, Andreev 3 (Copeland,
Schutte). 16:53 (pp). Penalties - Crozier, UM (hooking),
2:11. Leahy. MU (slashing), 4:09; Chatteau, MU (hooking),
6:09: Hanley, MU (slashing), 7:16; Frescoln, UM (roughing),
13:01; Frescoln, UM (cross-checking), 14:56; Botterill, UM
five-minute major (checking-from-behind), 17:04.
Third Period - 6. MU. Topper 2 (Bodnar), 2:36. 7, UM
Crozier 6)(Frescoln, Morrison), 7:00.8, UM, Sloan 4)( Botterill,
Muckalt), 10:02. 9, UM, Botterill 6 (Morrison, Muckalt),
13:22 (pp). Penalties - Boyle, M U ( tripping). 2:53; Brindley,
M U five-minute major (check ing-from-behind), 10:09; Andreev,
MU (unsportsmanlike conduct), 16:12; Luhning, UM
(unsportsmanlike conduct), 16:12; Halko, UM (tripping),
17:06.
Shots on goal - UM 7-1116-34. MU 7-10-825.
Power plays- UM 3 of 7; MU 3 of 5.
Goalie saves - UM, Turco 7-7-7-21. MU, Prior 6-10-
13-29.
Referee - Steve Piotrowski
Linesmen - Bob Faria. Mike Mondalek
At: Goggin Arena.A: 2,572.

MiChigan -
Miami 00 01
First Period -A.UlUnon 'n ~i
UM, H~err 1 rii~,n"~ <:n'42 M
Sloatn, 8'3:2 Ptces :in.I:2P ales- Fnt
dsU, err1 )t ton), 16:58' nU, 6.oUghing), L14:47g
MUofie-minuMte-r ao gh~i -- ~~
14:47: Arnold. UM )c'kn- e-eid) 55:Ad~v
MU (roughing), 18:34: Sloan rouhn V8:4 oo
MU (roughing,18:34: Cz eUrru-ug,1:3:Wie
MU (check atter +e, 19:2.
Third Period -7.U. ung V "o.uv,I32
on-3 pp). 8S M er2(nasse 14. Penailtis
Chateau, MU c (high13 Bye.V-sckg,1:0BylM(tppn,
conduct). 3:13: hrU hligIesik.92:Mrsn
UM thooking123:CteuMUFrpig.1:: dnr
MU( slashing ,15:04 Rd.MU (aspig,1:9:Lh~
UM ( slashing), 16:39,; Lhn.U iv-iuemjo fgtn
-game aisqualificaticy), 16:3c_79:Ade.Mu(oig,,
16:59.
Shots on goal - UM 9-1-029 U6---2
Power plays - UMNI - : M' n 0
Goalie saves - UM, Tu r ;-aSuM M've - -
4. MU, eschambeault 6-7s-13.MKg xxS--r
Referee - John Edwards.
Linesmen - Don Cline, John Dorzelewsk
At: Goggin Arena. A: 2,552.

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