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May 28, 1993 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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"My family learned about
the Heatherwood lifestyle...

Mixed Season
For Hartman

HARLAN C. ABBEY

SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

M

ike Hartman, one
of three Jewish
players in the Na-
tional Hockey
League, is looking forward to
the 1993-94 season.
Hartman, who at one time
held the Buffalo Sabres'
season-record for penalty
minutes (316), is fifth on the
team's all-time penalty
minute totals (890) during
three full seasons and part of
two others.
The native of Detroit was
traded to Winnipeg in Oc-
tober 1991 in a five-player
deal. Then he was selected by
the expansion Tampa Bay
franchise for the 1992-93
season before being traded
recently to the New York
Rangers.
As an indication of the Na-
tional Hockey League's em-
phasis on clean play, Hart-
man had only 160 penalty
minutes this season, his
lowest total in his five-year
NHL career. He also had four
goals and four assists, and a
lot of ups-and-downs.
"I was hurt in November,
suffering a separated
shoulder, sore ribs and a cut
wrist. I fell and Luke Richard-
son of Edmonton stepped on
me. I was out three weeks and
it bothered me for a while
when I returned?'
The other two Jewish
players in the NHL are Mat-
tieu Schneider, the Montreal
Canadians' highest-scoring
defenseman who has been in-
jured for part of the season;
and Ronnie Stern, rugged
winger better known for his
muscle than his scoring
touch, who plays for the
Calgary Flames. Schneider
grew up in New Jersey, Stern
in Montreal.
Despite Hartman's reputa-
tion as a physical player often
involved in fights, he's "never,
in my career, heard an anti-
Semitic remark?'
In training camp at Tampa,
he was with former Sabre
David Littman, another
Jewish player who spent
some time with the Sabres,
but was with Rochester for
nearly all of his three profes-
sional seasons.
Littman, a goalie, spent
most of the season with Tam-
pa's Atlanta farm club in the
Eastern League. He was
called up to Tampa the day
Hartman was ,traded to the
Rangers, and gave up seven
goals in his first NHL game
for his new team.



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