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scoring with Art Van last
season and played for the U.S.
Select 17 team this summer.
The team, consisting of the
top 17-year-old players in the
United States, met their
Canadian counterparts in a
three game series at Colorado
Springs in August, splitting
the games 1-1-1. This year-
Duberman is one of Compu-
ware's top scorers and should
have no trouble getting a
four-year scholarship this fall
to the college he chooses. He
is considering Wisconsin,
Boston University, Lake
Superior State and the Uni-
versity of Illinois-Chicago.
At a recent game against
the Chicago Young Ameri-
cans, Duberman displayed his
excellent skating and puck-
handling skills, but also was
less than shy about going in-
to the corners and playing the
bump-and-grind style as well.
"I'm not a rough player," says
the 6-foot-1, 200-pounder. "I
do my job. My job's to go out
there, hit, get the puck out of
the corner, feed my team-
mates. That's what I do. I'm
not a flashy, Wayne Gretzky-
type player."
Duberman may be drafted
by an NHL team this sum-
mer, although rules adopted
prior to last year's draft state
that he must be selected in
the first three rounds (63
players) or not at all. After
one season of college hockey,
he could be drafted in any
round in 1989. That is almost
a certainty.
In contrast with his team-
mate, Nodler was a forward
since he began playing at age
six, then moved to defense in
bantams, playing for current
Compuware coach Andy
Weidenbach. This season
Mike has played every posi-
tion except goalie, filling in
where needed. Wherever he
plays, Nodler plays his posi-
tion, adapts to the role the
team needs, and is rarely
flashy. As a defenseman, "I
don't try to handle the puck
too much," Nodler reports. "I
let the forwards do that. Just
play my position. . . I like to
handle the puck more at for-
ward, set up plays." He does
not prefer one position to
another.
Weidenbach used a
baseball reference to describe
Nodler. "Mike is sort of a rIbm
Brookens-John Wockenfuss-
type player for us. He plays
every position. He plays right
defense, left defense, center,
both wings. He does
everything, so he is really a
valuable player for us."
Weidenbach feels Nodler,
listed at 5-foot-10, 165
pounds, will grow into an
even better player. "Mike has
always had good skating,

puck-handing skills, basic
hockey skills. He's always
been a very skillful player.
His development has come
along in step with everybody
else. . . Mike is a little bit on
the small side, but he makes
up for lack of size with his
skills. He's very, very skilled,
a very good skater, very good
puck-handler. As he gets
stronger, he's definitely gon-
na get better. That's what he
needs to be, physically
stronger.
Nodler plans to return to
Compuware next season,
then move on to college
hockey, preferably in the
east. Weidenbach adds, "As
long as he stays healthy and
continues to develop, I think
he'll be in college" in the fall
of 1989.
Weidenbach says Duber-
man "has great offensive in-
stincts and was the leading
scorer on our team and in the
league the first 15-20 games
into the season. . . As a per-
son he's self-motivated, he
wants to learn. He's definite-
ly a good kid." Duberman
tallied 37 goals and 27
asssists in Compuware's first
40 league games. Nodler had
five goals and eight assists in
22 NAJHL games over the
same span.
Both players attend
regular and high holy day
services, Duberman at Tem-
ple Beth Abraham and
Nodler at B'nai Israel. Off
the ice, "We're friends," says
Justin. "We all go out as a
team." "Everybody's friends
with everybody," Mike adds.
This is the first and pro-
bably the last season in
which Justin Duberman and
Mike Nodler are teammates,
but their hockey lives will
always share this season
Frith Compuware, a season
which they hope will end
with a championship
trophy.


.1.•••1

STATS 1•• ■

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

Bloch-Israel
High games:
Dan Niss
Dan Feldman
Neil Werner
High series:
Dan Niss
Phil Goldstein
Jack Gold

Brotherhood
Jacobson
High games:
Steve Lemberg
Bruce Weberman
Pete Nathan
High series:
Steve Lemberg
Pete Nathan

234
231
215

611
585
572

Eddie

275
257
243

687
622

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