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Monday, January 17, 2005

Hockey finished the sweep on Saturday in dominating fashion, jumping out to a 5-0 lead before conceding a couple of late meaningless PP goals. The team defense seemed a lot better against Fairbanks than it did against Western, although that's partially due to a slew of UAF opportunities that never turned into shots on goal.

Michigan got a lot of pretty plays to score, starting with Jeff Tambellini speeding past a Bronco defender and faking like he was about to cut across the net before tucking the puck past Wylie Rogers--who had vacated the near post by a couple inches--on the short side. Jason Ryznar also had a superb pass that led to this:

Which is going to be the easiest goal of David Rohlf's career.

A good game to finish off a series of lesser opponents in preparation for the toughest remaining test of the regular season, a pair at OSU. Michigan has a five point lead on the Buckeyes and can salt away the CCHA regular season championship with a sweep or even a split. There doesn't appear to be any TV for the Friday game, but the Saturday one is on CSTV.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

The Saturday game is also being Simulcast on INHD, the cable High Definition channel.

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