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Men's Swimming
vs. Michigan State
Friday, 7:00 p.m.
Canham Natatorium
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS.
Tuesday, January 30, 1990

Basketball
vs. Purdue
Tomorrow, 7:00 p.m.
Crisler Arena

Roberts
by Peter Zellen
Daily Hockey Writer

scores big wit
Rookie winger shocks team
by leading in goals, assists

Before the season Michigan
hockey fans were expecting some
big offensive performances from
players like right winger Denny
Felsner and center Mike Moes.
What they weren't expecting was
rookie David Roberts and his bag of
tricks and surprises.
Roberts has surprised Michigan
fans with his tremendous production
this season, leading the team in
scoring with 16 goals and 23 assists.
His teammates, however, were
privy to what Roberts has
accomplished. "We're not surprised
at all," roommate David Harlock
said. "He's a year older than the
average freshman and could have
played last year."
What Harlock says is probably
true. Roberts repeated his sophomore
year in high school to get in another
year of hockey at the Avon Old

Farms prep school in Connecticut.
Many hockey people feel that these
extra years can be important to the
growth and development of a player.
Then along comes Roberts with
another surprise. "I regret playing
that extra year now. I wish I had just
come here," the left winger said. "I
went through a whole year and didn't
improve. I was was just going
through the motions my senior
year.
When Roberts chose Michigan
over bigger hockey schools like
Harvard, Wisconsin, and Maine, he
experienced a different style of
hockey than the kind he was used to
in Connecticut.
"It's a lot more physical here, a
lot of clutch and grab. In the East,

there's more finesse," Roberts said.
This change in style caused
Roberts to get off to a very slow
start this season. He managed only
one goal and five assists in
Michigan's first 11 games.
"Adjusting to the physical
difference was hard, I came in a lot
weaker and my skating skills weren't
up to par," Roberts said.
Yet, after those first 11 games
the story took on a new angle.
Roberts quickly began to put points
on the scoreboard and fans had to
start looking for No. 9 in their
programs.
"We notice David Roberts,"
coach Red Berenson said referring to
Roberts' presence on the ice. "He
may not stand out as a dominant

h icers
player, but he's consistent game in
and game out.
"We knew all along he had strong
offensive skills and how well he
could handle the intensity of this
faster and physical game. He can
play well everyday at this level."
When asked if there is any added
pressure or problems being a prolific
scorer as a rookie, Roberts seems to
take it all in stride. "I don't believe
so. The team looks for leaders in the
upperclassmen. My success is with
my fellow freshmen," Roberts said.
Berenson feels that Roberts can
provide equal leadership just by
showing good composure arid
judgement during key game
situations.
Another element to his improved
play is the fact that Roberts has been
teamed up with center Mark Ouimet
and right winger Ted Kramer. The
three have played well together and
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