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6B - The Michigan Daily - SPORTSMonday - Monday, November 6, 1995

Luhuing takes game into his own i
hands with game-winner, big hits L
By Alan Goldenbach and the team seemed to start going out on top.
Daily Sports Writer after that." There was no doubt that it
Rarely is there a time in hockey Even though Luhning scored what Luhning who gave the Wolveri
when one player can single-handedly turned out to be the game-winning that advantage.
change the face of a game. The excep- goal, at the time it was scored, every- - "We needed a lift in the third peri
tions usually have names like Gretzky, one could sense that it was the goal on and he gave it to us," Berenson sa
Lemieux or Messier and they often do which the game would ultimately "He came up big time for us."
it by scoring at the most opportune hinge. BerensonrealizedthatLuh'ning
times. doing the job and started getting h
Not that he's ready to join that elite as much ice time as possible.,
company, but Friday Warren Luhning WVe needed a lift "We started to double-shifthim
simply took the game into his own that seemed to get him going e
hands in the third period and pro- jfl the third per iod more," Berenson said.
pelled Michigan to victory. Most importantly, Luhning's tea
The junior right wing led the Wol- and e gave it to mates took his cue and knew tha
verines' charge in the third period.. was time for them to get going a
His efforts turned a very close game u . He came up big he laid out one bone-crunching
into something that seemed like a run- after another.
away according to the perspective of ime f U& "He just went out there and crus
the box score. - Red Berenson two people, and all of a sudden
Luhning poked home a rebound team just got going," Michigan I
from the right of the crease to put Michigan hockey coach, on wing Greg Crozier said -of
Michigan up to stay, 3-2, just as he right wing Warren Luhning's linemate.
was getting flattened by a Ferris performance Friday night Luhning's presence must have
defenseman . an impact on teammate Bill Muak
On top of that, his glass-shaking "The go-ahead goal you just knew who tallied the Wolverines' final t
hits, which reverberated throughout was going to be a huge goal," Michi- goals to put the game firmly out of
Ewigleben Ice Arena, served as a ral- gan coach Red Berenson said. "And it Bulldogs' reach.
lying cry for the Wolverines in the turned out to be just that." "I don't know if we were inte
third period. What seemed to have a greater im- for60minutes tonight, but fortunat
"I hit a couple of people at the start pact, though, was the edge in the we got that spark from Warren
of the third," Luhning said. "Then I physical game that a winning team so carried that momentum on for the r
got someone else with their head down desperately needs in order to come of the game," Muckalt said.

Michigan tripped up on occasion against Ferris State, but the Wolverines won both games against the Bulldogs

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said. "But tonight, I was getting good
wood, and when I got the opportunity to
shoot, I made the most of it."
good wood four minutes later. After pick-
ing up the puck just inside the Bulldogs'
zone, he beat a seemingly unprepared
Blashill with a top-shelfslapper from the
high slot to close out the scoring.
According to Berenson, Michigan got
big breaks at the right time.
"I'm sure (Ferris) would have said that
they would have taken their chances on
one period of hockey on their home ice,"
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Berenson. "We just happened to get the
breaks and the goals that we needed."
Michigan also got a chanceto improve
upon its struggling power play with the
nine opportunities it was given.
Freshman Greg Crozier netted a pair
with the man-advantage, the first to open
the scoring at 11:06 ofthe firstperiod,and
again at 17:29 of the second to knot the
game at two.
Overall, the Wolverines scored on five
of their 15 power plays- a rate that will
do wonders for a team that ranked last in
the CCHA in that department coming
into the weekend.
Crozier's goals sandwiched Ferris
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scores by Gordy Hunt at 14:11 of the first
and an shorthanded tally by Joel Irwin
less than three minutes into the second.
Despite having only 11I shots on goal,
to the Wolverines' 32, the Bulldogs blew
agoldenopportunitytotakecontrol ofthe
gameby giving away a 5-on-3 powerplay
advantage late in the first period by taking
offensive zone penalties.
"They were taking penalties in the of-
fensive zone that aren't going to save a
goal," Berenson said ahout the Bulldogs.
"You can't take penalties like that."
Ferris came out Saturday l1ooking to do
what Michigan did in the thisd period the
night before - take the body at every
possible opportunity.
But after Jason Botterilt poked home a
loose puck in the slot, folowing a great
effortby Kevin Hiltn t odigthe puck out
of the corner, Fermri' momentum seemed
to ooze out of the arena.
Berenson creditedhis players for stop-
ping the Bulldogs' earty-game surge.
"Ourkids worked h ard," Berenson said.
"We went chek-or-eheck with them,
and I thought we played really hard with
and without the puck. Had we not, we
could have easily been behind because

The Wolverines continuedtheir strong
power play performance onthe weekend,
scoring the remainder of their goals with
a man up on the Bulldogs.
At 18:11 of the first, Hilton avoided a_
check from Ferris defenseman Keith
Sergott,swooped down in frontofBlashill
and slid it through his legs, 16 seconds
into Michigan's first power play of the
Muckalt kept up his strong play, with a
score at 8:55 ofthe second as he pounced
on a rebound in front of the net.
Ferris once again had a 5-on-3 advan-
tage for 1:11 in the middle of the second
period, and failed to capitalize.
"(Killing the 5-on-3) was big because
it could have easily gotten them back into
the game," Berenson said.
Harold Schock put home his third goal
of the season, tying a career-high, at the
17:09 mark in the second period, with a
slapshot from the left point.
"Ourteam workedharderthanthey did
last night," Berenson said. "We seemed
to play with more of an edge and with
more intensity."
Andy Roach scoredthe only goalofthe
night for Ferris, at 51 seconds into the

Michigan 1 1 3-5
Ferris State 1 1 0-2
First Period - 1, UM, Crozier 4 (Madden),11:06
(pp). 2, FSU, Hunt 1 (Crimin), 14:11. Penalties -
Luhning,UM(elbowing), 1:44;Roach, FSU (hooking),
2:57; Schock, UM (tripping), 14:40; Sloan, UM (high-
sticking), 15:13; Hunt, FSU (cross-checking), 16:12;
Bennetts, FSU (interference), 16:12.
Second Period-3, FSU, Isvin 3 (Crimin), 2:52(sh).
4, UM, Crozier 5(Madden, Fox), 17:29 (pp). Penalties
-Roach, FSU (hooking), 1:32;Arnold, UM (checking
from behind), 4:31; Botterill, UM (roughing), 7:42;
Olaski, FSU (cross checking, roughing), 7:42; Sloan,
UM(holding), 10:01; Krueger, FSU(elbowing),13:38;
Olaski, FSU (interference), 17:21.
Third Period -5, UM, Luhning 2(Sloan, Fox), 7:42.
H, UM, Muckalt 3 (Madden), 9:40. 7. UM, Muckalt 4
(unassisted), 13:47. Penalties - Colborne, FSU
(interference), 2:23; Fox, UM (interference), 10:04;
Bottenill, SM (elbowing), 14:00.
Shots on goal - M 7012-13-32. FSU 3-4-4-11.
Power plays - UM 2 of 9; FSU 0 of 7.
Goalie saves - UM, Turco 2-34-9. FSU, Blashill
Referee - Mark Shegos.
unesmen - Don Cline, John Dobrzelewski.
At: Ewigleben Ice Arena. A:1,870

Michigan 2 2 0
Ferris State 0 0 - 1
First Period -1, UM, Botteill 4(Hilton), 1553.
UM, Hilton 2(Legg), 18:11(pp). Penalties -Scook
UM (high sticking),8:48; Hunt, FSU(roughing), 17:54
Anderson, FSU (high sticking), 19:14; Crozier, U
(high sticking), 19:14. . -
Second Period-3, UM, Muckalt5(Sloan, Luhnin
8:55(pp). 4,SUM, Schock3(Muckalt, Madden), 17:0
(pp). Penalties - Botterill, UM (interference), 1:33
Olaski, FSU (elbowing), 5:27; Parrish, FSU (slashing
7:45; Parrish, FSU (tripping), 11:17; Crozier, i
(tripping), 12:42; Luhning, UM (slashing), 13:3
Anderson, FSU (interferene), 16:59; Frescoln, U
(hooking), 19:04.
Third Period -5, FSU, Roach 3(Hunt, Crimin), 5:
(pp). Penalties - Schock, UM (interference), 3:4
Crozier,UM(tripping),8:18: Hunt, FSU(interferehce)
9:26; Frescoln, UM (holding), 9:44; Tessier, F
(hooking) 0:55; Madden, SM (holding), 10:50.
Shots ox goal - SM 13-20--42. FSU 11-8-6-
Power plays - UM 3 of 6; FSU 1 of 8.
Goalie saves - UM, Turco 11-8-5-24. FSU
Blashill 11-18-9-38.
Referee - Jim Sotiroff.
Lnesmen - Dave Kronenberg, Kevin Langseth.
At: Ewigleben Ice Arena. A: 2,327.

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