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October 23, 1987 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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CUSTOM
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BY

goals and tallied 24 assists in
32 games for North Bay, and
played well enough to earn a
spot on the U.S. team in the
World Junior Hockey Cham-
pionship tournament in
December. Hartman added
seven goals and eight assists
for North Bay in the OHL
playoffs.
The Sabres called Hartman
back to the NHL in February
to fill in for an injured player
for three games, then return-
ed him to North Bay, giving
him 17 NHL games for the
season.
Hartman feels his NHL ex-
perience will help him this
year. "It gave me confidence.
When I was younger I never
thought I'd be able to play in
the pros, and now I know I'm
a professional player. Now I
know what I can do."
He believes his physical
style of play is better suited
to professional hockey than to
the junior game. "I'm a better
NHL player than a junior.
Because there (juniors) I had
a lot of pressure. They wanted
me to score a lot of goals and
play tough. But in the NHL
I just had to do my job and
play tough. So I was happier
in the NHL than I was in
juniors."
But Hartman's last Detroit-
area coach disagrees. Chris
Coury, a long-time youth
hockey coach with Little
Caesar's and a Red Wing
scout, coached Hartman on
the Little Caesar's midget
team four years ago. He
believes Hartman should con-
centrate more on his offensive
game and less on fighting. He
last saw Hartman play with
North Bay in the OHL
playoffs last spring and was
impressed with Hartman's of-
fensive production.
"Michael can score goals,"
Coury says, "and that's one of
the things I tried to impress
upon him, the last couple of
times I've seen him, is that
he's proven he can be tough —
and that's good — but the
goal-scorers last a long time
and he might be able to score
goals, too. He's got a great
shot and he seems to have
developed a knack for the
puck — which is a little bit
unusual for someone to
develop that late, but he has,
and I give him full marks."
Hartman argues that he
must play an aggressive
game, and in the NHL that
inevitably leads to fights.
"That's my style. If I didn't
play aggressive I wouldn't be
there . . . I like to work hard
and play tough. My hands
will show for it," he says,
displaying his knuckle-
scarred fingers.
But he does not want to
become an NHL "enforcer," a

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