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Jackie MacMullan

Brothers never babied BC's Gerbe

Nathan Gerbe came up big with an empty-net goal that clinched BC's victory over North Dakota Thursday night. Nathan Gerbe came up big with an empty-net goal that clinched BC's victory over North Dakota Thursday night. (BARRY CHIN/GLOBE STAFF)
By Jackie MacMullan
Globe Columnist / April 7, 2007

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His brothers were the reason he kept striving for more. Nathan Gerbe was willing to lace up his skates and venture onto the pond near his Oxford, Mich., home to endure countless two-on-one hockey competitions his older siblings invented for their pleasure and his pain because it was a way to be included in their universe. (Full article: 1139 words)

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