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January 06, 1989 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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• Beginners To
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Players

While the physical nature
of the college game surprised
Duberman, it did not scare
him.
"I love the physical game.
I'm not the fastest skater in
the world but I can play the
physical game, I think, with
anybody. I like it; it keeps me
going."
Duberman scored one goal
and added one assist while
playing in 21 of North
Dakota's first 23 regular-
season games. Gasparini
believes that Duberman will
soon start to score goals.
"He's got very good hands.
He's just got to improve on his
speed and he's got to get a lit-
tle more positive with the
puck, overall. A lot of it's
mental right now and that

"I think finally I've
found a home," he
says. "I had two
great years in
Detroit."

goes with the youth. In time,
he'll get that part of it. We're
not worried about him not
developing because we know
he's going to develop into a
pretty good player."
Duberman chose North
Dakota because he was im-
pressed with Gasparini and
the school's athletic and
academic facilities. He will
likely major in business.
After leaving his home in
suburban Chicago to play a
year of youth hockey in New
Jersey and two more seasons
in Detroit, Duberman looks
forward to settling in Grand
Forks for four years. -
"I think finally I've found a
home," he says. "I had two
great years in Detroit and a
great year in New Jersey. I

miss my friends a lot , in
Detroit; I miss the scho
ol
(Oak Park High)."
Duberman scored his first
goal as a collegian at home on
Nov. 4 against Western Col-
legiate Hockey Association
rival University of
Minnesota-Duluth. "The
game was on TV that night,"
recalls Duberman, "and a
buddy of mine taped the
game. I must've gone home
and watched it a million
times. It's good for a couple
days but you've got to put
that aside and move on."
Duberman scored twice in
an exhibition game against
the visiting Moscow Dynamo
team on Dec. 18. Dynamo,
which took a 7-5 win, plays in
the Soviet Elite League, the
USSR's version of the Na-
tional Hockey League.
"They're the best team I've
ever seen play the game," says
Duberman. "I didn't know
the game could be played like
that. It's just an honor to play
against them. Scoring two
goals made it that much bet-
ter."
North Dakota placed second
in last week's Great Lakes In-
vitational Tournament at Joe
Louis Arena, losing a double-
overtime final to the Univer-
sity of Michigan, 6-5.
Although Duberman played
sparingly during regulation
time, Gasparini showed con-
fidence in Duberman by giv-
ing him a regular shift in
overtime.
Perhaps these recent perfor-
mances are a forerunner of
things to come for Duberman,
although his only goals are
for a strong second half for
North Dakota, which was
12-11 after the GLI, and
strong performances in the
WCHA and NCAA playoffs.

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