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6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, December 4, 1995

Detroit Red Wings' executive
present at Micbia's victory

WALKER VANDYR/bai y
The Michigan hockey team beat Bowling Green, 8-1, Saturday, ending a two-game losing streak.

By Danielle Rumore
Daily Sports Writer
BOWLING GREEN - Detroit Red
Wings' executiveJimmy Devellano was
present at the BGSU Ice Arena to watch
Michigan trounce Bowling Green, 8-1,
Saturday night.
Yet,he wasn't as interested in the game
as he was in watching Michigan's Kevin
Hilton. Hilton was a third-round choice
oftheWings'andthe
74th pick overall in
the 1993 NHL Draft.
The senior center ocke'y
has steadily im-
proved over his three Notebook
seasons at Michigan.
Priorto Michiganhe
played for
Compuware of the
NorthAmericanJun-
ior Hockey League.
He was the 1992 NAJHL and team lead-
ing scorer with 35 goals and 42 assists
over 39 games.
He collected 31 points his freshman
year and 23 in his sophomore campaign.
He exploded last season, collecting
31 assists and dumping in 20 goals for
51 points. His point total was third-best
on the squad last season and second for
centers behind junior Brendan
Morrison.
"I think he has averaged over a point a
game (over his career) which makes him
a good player at this level," Devellano
said. "He is having a great year."
This season, Hilton leads Michigan
with 23 pointson six goals and 17 assists.

His assist total is the highest on the team.
Now that Hilton is a senior and has
establishedhimselfasaleader, Devellano
and the rest of the Wings' personnel are
taking a closer look at him.
"We need to assess him," Devellano
said. "We're going to watch him alot to
see what we are going to do. We're a
pretty strong team in the middle with
Yzerman and Federov. That's a pretty
tough lineup to crack.
RIGHT ON TARGET: Michigan's
power play clicked on all cylinders in
the win over the Falcons. Michigan
converted four of its eight man-ad-
vantages. All ofthe conversions came
in the first period.
John Madden scored the first power-
play goal to put the Wolverines up 1-0.
WarrenLuhningfollowedMaddenwith
thenextconversion,whichmadethescore
3-0.
Michigan converted the last two man-
advantages after Bowling Green's Chad
Ackerman served a five-minute major
for checking from behind at14:53. Matt
Herr and Steven Halko dumped in the
twogoalsrespectively, 1:57 apart giving.
Michigan a 5-0 cushion going into the
second stanza.
A SHOULDER, A FOOT ... AND A LEGG:
This season,the Wolverines have faced a
wide array of injuries and Saturday's
game was no exception.
Michigan right wing Mike Leggplayed
in Saturday's contest with a separated
shoulderandscoredagoal intheprocess.
"I thought Legg had one of his better

games. We can't have him playing hrt
all of the time, but if that is goingto elp
him play better, then maybe he needs -to
get hurt before games," Michigan coach
Red Berenson joked.
Bil Muckalt did not play beouse of a
foot injury hesuffered prior to the Mihi-
gan State game last Tuesday.
Hrr THE sHOwERs: Freshman Date
Rominski and Bowling Green's Kelly
Perrault got into a struggling matchat
19:33 of the third period which quickly
turned into a fight. The referees let them
struggle for a few moments until the fiirst
punches were thrown and the gldves aid
pads went flying.
"I didn't see howlfinally broke intoa
fight. I think thatth were slashing each
other and (that's ptobably what started
it)," Berenson said.
Rominski and Perrault were each:as-
sessed five-minute major penalties for
fighting and handed a one-game suspen-
sion. Rominski will miss Friday's action
against Lake Superior State at Yost ice
Arena.
FALCONSFALTER: BowlingGreen sast
victory over the Wolverines was a:4-3
squeker Feb. 8, 1992. Since thenthe
Falcons are 0-11-1 against Michigan:
The Wolverines were riding a two-
game losing streak before the victory
Saturday night. Michigan had not est
two in a row since the week of Feb:25-
26 1994 when it dropped two at Mia i.
Fittingly enough, the Wolverines bloke
that streak against the Falcons with. 2-
1 victory March 4, 1994.

CERS Eleven different Wolverines found
Continued from Page 1 theirway onto thescoresheetinthefirst
period, something that pleased
to aloose puck in theneutralzone, drew Berenson.
a pair of Falcons to him along the left "We had a lot of balanced scoring
boards and fed Herr in the high slot who tonight," Berenson said. "It wasn't one
fired a shot top shelf to beat Petrie. player; it was all four lines contribut-
"Tonight, we beat them to the puck," ing.
Herr said, "and that was the difference "We came in talking ... how impor-
on the power play." tant it was that we play for the team and
Halko closed out the first-period scor- pitch in a little more. We got some good
ing with his second goal of the season efforts from players who haven't been
coming off a rebound from a Luhning pitching in as much."
shot from in front of the net. The second period was more of the
"Sometimes (penalties) can work the same as Michigan came out with just as
other way," Berenson said. "If you kill much speed, intensity and firepower
it off, it gives your team a big lift. But andaddedtwo moregoals from Botterill
thetwogoals wegotagainstthemreally and Herr to make it 7-0 and chased
hurt them." Petrie at the 10:38 mark.

We came in talking about ... how
important it was that we play for the
team and pitch in a little more. We got
some good efforts from players who
haven't been pitching in as much.
- Red Berenson
Michigan hockey coach

at the 10:29 mark of thse third period
with his first goal since Michigan's
season-opener.
The freshman poked in a rebound
from a John Amold shot at the goal
mouth.
The score prompted a big chunk of
the BowlingGreenArena-recordcrowd
of 5,021 to depart.
The only blemish in the game for the
Wolverines occurred with only 27 sec-
onds left in the game when freshman
Dale Rominski and Falcon defenseman
Kelly Perrault got into a scuffle which
erupted into a fight.
They were disqualified from the game
and suspended from their teams' next
contests.

MICHIGAN 8, BOWLING GREEN 1
Michigan 5 2 1--
8aoes Green 0 1 0-s
Fist Peod - 1 UM Madden 6 (RitchlinHe.4
(pp). 2, SM, 1egg 3 (Romnski, Arnod), 6:35. 3.5Sf
Lu05056 (Btteril, Morsn 1301l(pp). 4, UM.
Her 4 Rthoss, Turco}, t7:16(pot. 5, SM, Motto 2
(Luhng, Botteril, 1:15 (p) ealte -PFy,SBG
({interference), 4:39; Punchard, BG, (hgh-sticking),,
7:48; Romnski, SM (hookn), 9:50; Fai,,55
(tipn) 150 er M ou hing), 1329;
ckermanGma heckirom hind, ,14:53.
second Peld-S B, otter~il50 (Bourke), 6:26.
7, UM, Herr 5,10:38. 8,50G Cobeen 7,14.21 (p1).1
Penaltie -UM:ebOenhseedbyere'nte (too
a n setnice2:9;Luhning, SM(hookng)
Third Peeded-8, UM, Hayes 2 (Arnold, Bourk.
1029. Penalties - Hemns, BG ((ooking), 7:43; Fair,,
mao, a medlique5tSction (slashing, O ti'ntt19:33;
Peraut, G mnor-m or-game disqua tioh(cross
Shots on goat.- SM 1.1-50.BG 7 so E 23.
P *eW a- UM 40o5; SB GofS.
Goaleses !n- SM, Turco 7-7--4; Malic r"o.
0G, Petri,1313--26; Sardx-412-16.
Referee- Makeekos
uenea o Clin, Mark Pouliot.
Ae: Bowling GreenIce Arena. A. 5,021
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Botterill, playing in his first game
since a two-game suspension for fight-
ing, was happy to get back in the lineup
and help end the losing streak.
"Whenever you lose a couple of
games at Michigan, it's cause for seri-

ous alarm," Botterill said. "So it's a
good feeling to get back on a good roll
especially going into next weekend
against Lake Superior and Western
Michigan."
Bobby Hayes closed out the scoring

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