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Commissioner FRED J. PLETSCH Director of Officials STEVE PIOTROWSKI Director of Sales & Marketing ROBERT MURPHY Director of Communications & Events PHILIP COLVIN

CCHA QUICK FACTS

Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Summer, 1971 First season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1971-72 Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I NCAA Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eight 2011-12 Regular-Season Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ferris State 2011-12 Tournament Champion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Western Michigan

MEDIA GUIDE STAFF Co-Editors: Philip Colvin, Fred Pletsch. Photos courtesy of: Darren Abate; Trevor Brown, Jr.; Glen Ellman; Mark Hicks; Bruce Kluckhohn; Larry Radloff; Mark Newman; Dave Reginek; John Shibley; Max Surikov; Tom Turrill; Ken Weigmann; Associated Press; Rachel Lewis; FOX Sports Detroit; Comcast Television; Anaheim Ducks; Boston Bruins; Carolina Hurricanes; Chicago Blackhawks; Columbus Blue Jackets; Detroit Red Wings; Florida Panthers; Los Angeles Kings; University of Minnesota; Montreal Canadiens; Nashville Predators; New Jersey Devils; Pittburgh Penguins; Washington Capitals; Hockey Canada; USA Hockey and member sports information departments. Special Thanks to: CCHA Sports Information Contacts — Jamie Foland, UA; John Enright, BGSU; Rob Bentley, FSU; Linda Bouvet and Dianna Allen, LSSU; Michael Weisman, MIA; Rob Tillotson, UM; Jamie Baldwin, MSU; Calvin Larson, NMU; Tim Connor, ND; Leann Parker, OSU; Adam Bodnar, WMU. CCHA Communications: Dan Bara.

KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS Statistics: GP - games played; G - goals; A - assists; P - points; PIM - penalties in minutes; PP - power play; SH - shorthanded; GW - game winner; GF - goals for; GA - goals against; GAA - goals-against average; Spct. - save percentage. Years and Positions: D - defenseman; F - forward; Fr. - freshman; G - goaltender; Jr. - junior; So. - sophomore; Sr. - senior. Seasons: Single seasons are listed by starting and ending years, e.g. 1979-80. Career years - If a player participated in four seasons from 1988-89 to 1991-92, it is listed as 1988-92. Front and Back Covers: Emily Huston/Suburban Sports Group

TABLE OF CONTENTS THE CCHA CCHA Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 CCHA Officiating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 The CCHA’s Celebrate the Legacy final season . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 CCHA Television Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 CCHA Championship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 CCHA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Hockey Day in Michigan 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 CCHA TEAMS University of Alaska . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Bowling Green State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Ferris State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Lake Superior State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Miami University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 University of Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Michigan State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Northern Michigan University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 University of Notre Dame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 The Ohio State University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Western Michigan University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 2011-12 SEASON REVIEW Season Standings and Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Players of the Week/Month/Perani Cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Overall Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Postseason Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . National Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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BEYOND THE CCHA NHL Award winners and Stanley Cup Champions . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Alumni in the NHL (2011-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Hockey Administrators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 2012 NHL Entry Draft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 The NHL Draft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88-92 International Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93-95 SEASON BY SEASON 2011-1971 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96-130 Champions/All-Time Finishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131-132 HISTORY & RECORDS CCHA Moments in History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133-140 CCHA Individual Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141-142 All-Conference Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143-146 Scholar-Athletes of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147-148 All-Rookie Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Hobey Baker Memorial Award . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 CCHA All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151-152 Coaching Records, CCHA & National . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153-154 Player Records: National . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 CCHA Records, Scoring & Goaltending . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156-157 Team Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Scoring Leaders & Goaltending Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159-160 CCHA Tournament Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161-162 NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163-165 NCAA Championship Teams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166-168 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE 2012-13 Composite Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169

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CCHA STAFF

FRED PLETSCH

ROB MURPHY

COMMISSIONER

DIRECTOR OF SALES & MARKETING

Fred Pletsch, a member of the CCHA staff since 2001, was named Commissioner in April 2011. Previously, Pletsch served as the CCHA’s Associate Commissioner (2008-11) and Director of Communications (2001-08). A 1980 graduate of Ryerson University in Toronto where he captained the varsity hockey team and earned a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree in Radio & Television Arts, Pletsch has extensive hockey broadcasting experience as a playby-play announcer for the Ottawa Senators of the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League affiliate of the Colorado Avalanche. At the college level, Pletsch has served as both an analyst and play-by-play commentator for CCHA games on FOX Sports Detroit, Comcast, and Big Ten Network, and has provided color commentary on ESPN for the NCAA Tournament on four occasions. In 2004, he worked for ESPN as a sideline reporter at the Frozen Four in Boston and has been the sideline reporter for the NHL Network at two IIHF World Junior Championships. He also hosted the league’s weekly radio show, Inside the CCHA, and co-hosted College Hockey All Access on NHL Home Ice satellite radio. Pletsch served as the Communications Coordinator for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four at Ford Field, which set a world indoor attendance record for hockey. In the summer of 2005, he was involved with the CCHA’s successful bid to play host to the men’s national championship by compiling background materials and hosting the presentation made in Indianapolis to the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee. Working closely with Division I hockey’s communications directors to address common issues and concerns, he was also instrumental in the establishment of national awards including the Derek Hines Unsung Hero and National Rookie of the Year. Prior to joining the CCHA, the Chatham, Ont., native served as Commissioner of the Junior ‘A’ North American Hockey League for three years. During that time, NAHL representatives graduated over 150 players to the NCAA Division I ranks. Pletsch and his wife Kelly reside in Canton, Mich. They have four children - sons Fred, Ted, and Jesse, and a daughter, Sheelagh.

Rob Murphy embarked on the role of Director of Sales and Marketing for the CCHA on August 1, 2008. Murphy’s focus is on building the CCHA brand by leveraging the unique and emotional connectivity of the CCHA membership with like-minded brands to maximize the reach and impact of all CCHA properties. Prior to joining the CCHA, Murphy spent four and a half seasons with the Plymouth Whalers and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Murphy substantially grew the organization’s corporate partnership program while leading the organization’s marketing, communications and in-game entertainment model. Murphy enjoyed leading a front-office team that created the award-winning “Catch the Wave” branding campaign while implementing over 30 new customer sales and service initiatives. In addition to his role with the Plymouth Whalers, Murphy served as Director of Sales and Marketing for The Suburban Sports Group, a leading ice arena management, programming, hockey instructional and publishing company. While at Suburban Sports, Murphy also served as Contributing Editor for Michigan Hockey magazine. Prior to the alignment of Murphy’s passion for athletics and business, he enjoyed working in a variety of sales, marketing and leadership roles with both regional and national service, advertising and distribution organizations, including Spring Arbor Distributors, a $225 million full-service one-stop communications, distribution and retail service solutions company. Murphy, a youth hockey coach since 1997 and Hockey Ministries International Michigan Camp Director, holds a B.A. in Interpersonal and Public Communication from Bowling Green State University; a Master’s of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University and is currently completing his Mid-American Conference Educational “Hat-Trick” by pursuing a Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications at Eastern Michigan University. Murphy and his wife Bobbie have four children – son, Sean and daughters, Katie, Megan and Shannon.

PHILIP COLVIN

Steve Piotrowski, one of the most distinguished and respected referees in college hockey history, is in his sixth season as the league’s Director of Officials. A veteran of over 1,300 collegiate games, he served as an on-ice official with the league for 26 years. Piotrowski worked in the NCAA Tournament on 14 occasions and officiated six NCAA national championship games, beginning in 1987 and most recently in 2005 at Columbus, Ohio, along with being tabbed by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) to referee in the World Championship and World Junior Championship events. Piotrowski started in the CCHA in 1977 as a player at Ferris State University. During his on-ice career, Piotrowski also served as a National Hockey League referee trainee and USA Hockey Officiating Program National Instructional Staff Member. In addition to his role overseeing a CCHA officiating staff that consists of 20 referees, 60 linesmen and two supervisors, Piotrowski serves on the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Committee and is the Secretary-Rules Editor of the NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Rules Committee. Piotrowski lives in Troy, Mich., with his wife Beth and daughters Lindsey, Heather, and son Steven.

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS & EVENTS

Philip Colvin was named Director of Communications and Events for the CCHA on July 5, 2011. Colvin coordinates all CCHA communications and publications and serves as primary contact for the league’s events, including the CCHA Awards and CCHA Championship. Prior to joining the CCHA, Colvin served as the Editor-in-Chief of Michigan Hockey magazine since 2002, where he directed coverage of the state’s youth, junior, college and professional teams. Before that he was the publication’s Managing Editor for three years and was also the Director of Public Relations for the USA Hockey-sanctioned NAHL Jr. ‘A’ league from 1996-99. A former member of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Committee, Colvin holds a B.A. in English from the University of Michigan and a Master’s Degree in Sports Management from Wayne State University. Colvin lives in Walled Lake, Mich., with his wife Cindie and daughters Sophia and Avery.

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STEVE PIOTROWSKI

DIRECTOR OF OFFICIALS

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As of September 12, 2012

SUPERVISORS Dave Harvey, Findlay, Ohio Brent Rutherford, Sterling Heights, Mich.

OFFICIALS

HEAD OF OFF-ICE OFFICIALS Alaska, Tim Bauer; Bowling Green, Jim Elsasser; Ferris State, Bob Boyce; Lake Superior, Bill Atkins; Miami, Ron Allstatter; Michigan, Chris Onsted; Michigan State, Rob McCurdy; Northern Michigan, Tim McIntosh; Notre Dame, Mike McNeill; Ohio State, Steve Haller; Western Michigan, Ward Vanderberg.

CCHA referees and linesmen are constantly challenged to earn their stripes in an officiating program that is a model throughout the hockey world for training, development and supervision of on-ice personnel. The CCHA director of officials, Steve Piotrowski, continues to enhance the CCHA’s relationship with the USA Hockey Officiating Program and the USAH Junior Officiating Development Program (JODP) to assist the league with identifying top officiating prospects for future opportunities with the CCHA. Piotrowski is committed to identifying, recruiting, selecting and developing a superior officiating staff that represents the performance standards established by the CCHA, while enforcing the rules and interpretations of college hockey as established by the NCAA. “This continues to be a mutually beneficial relationship as we look to recruit on-ice officials who have potential to succeed,” said Piotrowski. “The JODP is an excellent resource for us as we look to identify the best officials for the CCHA both now and in the future.”

In 2010, CCHA officials were chosen to work on college hockey’s grandest stage as referees Matt Shegos and Mark Wilkins, along with linesmen Tony Molina and Bruce Vida Jr., officiated the NCAA Championship Game at Ford Field in Detroit. It was Shegos’ sixth title game as an official. Last season, eight CCHA officials were selected to work the 2012 NCAA National Tournament. Under the direction of Piotrowski, who also serves as the Secretary-Rules Editor of the Rules Committee, the CCHA has continued to embrace the latest in officiating technology. Through a partnership with XOS Technologies, the officiating staff has a number of web-based technology tools at its disposal to share video of onice situations and promote consistency through continued education. Piotrowsk i has also raised the expectations of the CCHA’s Officiating Program by emphasizing the importance of flexibility, strength and conditioning of its officials. He has created and maintained an on-ice mentoring program to assist in the development of less experienced officials as well.

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Brian Aaron, Huntington Woods, Mich. Bradley Albers, Maple Grove, Minn. Derek Berkebile, Allen Park, Mich. Pat Bracco, South Lyon, Mich. John Canoy, Fairbanks, Alaska Dan Cohen, Fort Wayne, Ind. Chad Colliander, Anchorage, Alaska Brett DesRosiers, Midland, Mich. Marc DesRosiers, Woodhaven, Mich. Brian Frerichs, Akron, Ohio Butch Friedman, Huntington Woods, Mich. Eric Froberg, Marquette, Mich. Brent Gawlik, Holland, Mich. Ryan Gordon, Iron Mountain, Mich. Kevin Hall, South Lyon, Mich. Mason Hall, University Heights, Ohio Andy Hempel, Clinton Township, Mich. Frank Hempel, Clinton Township, Mich. Brian Hill, Wyandotte, Mich. Chris Hoy, Fort Wayne, Ind. Nick Huff, Jackson, Mich. Joe Hutek, Macomb, Mich. Skip Jantz, North Pole, Alaska Ray King, Erie, Penn. Mike Klinger, Oxford, Mich. Colin Kronforst, Prospect Heights, Ill. Michael Lacina, Omaha, Neb. Kevin Langseth, Belmont, Mich. Jeremy Lewis, Ann Arbor, Mich. T.J. Likens, Brighton, Mich. Stephen McInchak, Brownstown, Mich. Matt Miller, Grand Rapids, Mich. Tony Molina, Allen Park, Mich. Will Moran, Anchorage, Alaska Josh Norum, Fairbanks, Alaska Justin Perrone, Denver, Colo. Justin Petterle, Allen Park, Mich. John Philo, Byron Center, Mich. Barry Pochmara, Grosse Pte. Woods, Mich. Michael Poliski, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Matthew Prozaki, St. Clair Shores, Mich. Paul Rigby, Kalamazoo, Mich. Zach Roberts, Harrison City, Penn. Keith Sergott, Byron, Mich. Joe Sherman, Mentor, Ohio Richard Sivulich, Wasilla, Alaska Andrew Soper, Troy, Mich. Rodney Tocco, St. Clair Shores, Mich. Brian Troester, Granger, Ind. Paul Tunison, Petoskey, Mich. Bruce Vida Jr., Grand Ledge, Mich. Mark Wilkins, Fort Wayne, Ind.

CCHA OFFICIALS

OFFICIALS ROSTER

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THE CCHA

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE FEATURES 47 GAMES ON TV THIS SEASON The Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) schedule for its 42nd and final season of play consists of 154 conference games (see page 169 for full composite schedule). For the 2012-13 season, Alaska and Lake Superior join Miami, Northern Michigan and Ohio State to form a five-team group. These schools each play two games against the other 10 CCHA schools (20 games) and two additional games against the teams in their own group (eight games). Bowling Green/Michigan, Ferris State/Notre Dame and Michigan State/Western Michigan comprise a six-team group of “partners.” These teams will play two games against the other 10 CCHA schools (20 games) and two additional games against the remaining teams in their own group (eight games) except the team that they are partnered with. The CCHA will continue its relationship with television partners FOX Sports Detroit (FSD), CBS Sports Network and Comcast. At least seven games featuring CCHA teams will also be broadcast on the Big Ten Network. NBC Sports Network will also televise an additional game involving CCHA teams. All told, at least 47 CCHA games will be broadcast in 2012-13, with all games on FSD broadcast in HD (see schedule at right).

CCHA WILL ‘CELEBRATE THE LEGACY’ DURING LEAGUE’S FINAL SEASON The CCHA’s “Celebrate the Legacy” slogan and logo was developed to commemorate t h e l e a g u e ’s 4 2 nd a n d final season in 2012-13. The new logo showcases the league’s traditional bluecolored player, along with a red banner, and focuses on the long and storied history of the CCHA that includes eight NCAA national championships, seven Hobey Baker Memorial Award winners, 179 AllAmericans and 35 Stanley Cup champions. This season the Celebrate the Legacy logo will be worn as a patch on both the home and away jerseys of each of the CCHA’s 11 member schools, by the league’s on-ice officials and will be used on websites, pocket schedules and other promotional items to celebrate the league’s last season of operation. The league plans to invite all CCHA alumni to the final CCHA Championship Weekend, including the CCHA Awards, on March 22-24, 2013 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. Details of special weekend events for fans and alumni will be announced | 4 |

at the beginning of the season. “The CCHA has had a major impact on the national collegiate landscape over the past 41 seasons,” said CCHA Commissioner Fred Pletsch. “ We’re looking forward to engaging as many fans and former players, coaches and administrators to help make the final CCHA Championship weekend a celebration of the grand legacy of the league.” A d d i t i o n a l Celebrate the Legacy components include a video retrospective of interviews with key players, co a c h e s a n d administrators f ro m t h e CC H A’s history and the selection of a final CCHA All-Decade Team (2000-2013) to complete the All-Decade squads from the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s that were announced in 2006. “ The CCHA has a rich history of producing the finest players and most memorable m o m e n t s i n t h e h i s to r y o f college hockey,” said Tom Wilson, CEO and President of Olympia Entertainment. “We are extremely proud to have hosted the CCHA Championship and look forward to celebrating this wonderful legacy in the league’s final season.”

2012-13 CCHA TELEVISION SCHEDULE DATE NETWORK GAME TIME Fri. Oct. 26 Comcast Miami at Michigan 7:35 Fri. Nov. 2 Comcast Bowling Green at Michigan State 5:05 Fri. Nov. 9 Comcast Michigan State at Michigan 7:35 Sat. Nov. 10 Comcast Michigan at Michigan State 7:05 Thur. Nov. 15 CBS Sports Notre Dame at Michigan 7:35 Fri. Nov. 16 Comcast Notre Dame at Michigan 7:35 Fri. Nov. 30 BTN Ohio State at Michigan State 8:05 Sat. Dec. 1 Comcast Ohio State at Michigan State 6:05 Fri. Dec. 7 NBC Sports Michigan State at Notre Dame 7:35 Sat. Dec. 8 Comcast Michigan State at Notre Dame 7:05 Fri. Dec. 14 BTN Miami at Ohio State 7:05 Fri. Dec. 14 CBS Sports Western Michigan at Michigan 7:35 Sat. Dec. 15 Comcast Ferris State at Michigan State 5:05 Thur. Dec. 27 FSD Michigan State vs. Western Mich. (GLI) 3:35 Thur. Dec. 27 FSD Michigan vs. Michigan Tech (GLI) 7:35 Fri. Dec. 28 FSD GLI Third-Place Game 3:35 Fri. Dec. 28 FSD GLI Championship Game 7:35 Tues. Jan. 8 BTN Bowling Green at Michigan 7:35 Sat. Jan. 12 FSD Plus Alaska at Michigan 7:35 Fri. Jan. 18 FSD Ferris State at Michigan State 7:35 Sat. Jan. 19 CBS Sports Alaska at Notre Dame 7:05 Fri. Jan. 25 Comcast Michigan at Western Michigan 7:05 Fri. Jan. 25 CBS Sports Ferris State at Notre Dame 7:35 Sat. Jan. 26 BTN Penn State at Michigan State 6:05 Sat. Jan. 26 FSD Michigan at Western Michigan 7:35 Fri. Feb. 1 BTN Michigan State at Michigan 6:35 Sat. Feb. 2 FSD Michigan vs. Michigan State (JLA) 4:05 Fri. Feb. 8 CBS Sports Michigan at Notre Dame 7:35 Sat. Feb. 9 Comcast Michigan at Notre Dame 7:05 Fri. Feb. 15 BTN Northern Michigan at Michigan State 6:35 Fri. Feb. 15 CBS Sports Notre Dame at Miami 7:35 Sat. Feb. 16 FSD Bowling Green at Ferris State 5:05 Sat. Feb. 16 FSD Northern Michigan at Michigan State 7:35 Sun. Feb. 17 FSD Notre Dame vs. Miami (Soldier Field) TBD Fri. Feb. 22 BTN Michigan at Ohio State 6:35 Fri. Feb. 22 CBS Sports Notre Dame at Western Michigan 7:35 Sat. Feb. 23 Comcast Michigan at Ohio State 7:05 Fri. Mar. 1 Comcast Western Michigan at Michigan State 7:05 Fri. Mar. 1 CBS Sports Ferris State at Michigan 7:35 Sat. Mar. 2 Comcast Western Michigan at Michigan State 7:05 Sat. Mar. 2 FSD Ferris State at Michigan 7:35 Fri. Mar. 15 FSD Campus-Site Second Round 7:05 Fri. Mar. 15 Comcast Campus-Site Second Round 7:05 Sat. Mar. 16 Comcast Campus-Site Second Round 7:05 Sat. Mar. 23 FSD Plus CCHA Semifinal #1 (JLA) 1:05 Sat. Mar. 23 FSD Plus CCHA Semifinal #2 (JLA) 4:35 Sun. Mar. 24 FSD CCHA Championship (JLA) 2:05 All times local P.M. BTN - Big Ten Network CBSSN - CBS Sports Network FSD - FOX Sports Detroit (all games broadcast in HD) FS PLUS - FOX Sports Detroit PLUS JLA - Joe Louis Arena, Detroit

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ATTENDANCE FIGURES CCHA CHAMPIONSHIP

Year Day 1 Day 2 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

7,823 12,308 9,831 11,043 9,471 13,238 10,478 3,436 6,238 6,374 6,583 13,655 13,177 14,261 13,874 15,211 14,638 12,478 7,037 8,132 15,865 17,032 18,126 17,124 15,999 15,273 13,253 13,180 10,863 9,351 9,821

10,421 15,421 17,063 19,126 17,213 16,481 16,234 10,128 11,651 12,967 14,079 16,031 15,089 16,115 15,120 19,032 13,710 9,274 11,563 12,144 13,352 17,682 16,284 17,672 17,664 17,995 18,722 20,067 17,515 15,192 10,315

Day 3

- - - - - - - 16,891 17,895 19,097 16,452 - - - - - - - 8,733 7,236 - - - - - - - - - - -

Total

18,234 27,729 26,894 30,169 26,684 29,719 26,712 30,455 35,784 38,438 37,114 29,686 28,266 30,376 28,994 34,243 28,348 21,752 27,333 27,512 29,217 34,714 34,410 34,796 33,663 33,268 31,975 33,247 28,378 24,543 20,136

A GATHERING OF SORTS

The CCHA Championship is more than just a crowning of the league champion, it is a celebration of the league and all of college hockey with fans coming from as near as suburban Detroit and as far as Fairbanks, Alaska, to attend the event. And because this is the CCHA’s final season, the 2013 Championship Weekend at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit is also an opportunity to “Celebrate the Legacy” of the league’s 42-year history.

BIG GAMES

Four CCHA teams and their fans will converge on Detroit and Joe Louis Arena for the final CCHA Championship on March 23-24, 2013. The semifinals are slated for Saturday, March 23 at 1:05 p.m. and 4:35 p.m. The winners will meet in the CCHA Championship final on Sunday afternoon (March 24) at 2:05 p.m. The CCHA Tournament champion receives the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP

Year Day 1 Day 2

Day 3

1990 14,174 15,034 - 1987 7,526 14,093 17,644 1985 10,696 12,484 16,282

Total

29,208 39,263 39,462

GREAT LAKES INVITATIONAL Year Day 1 Day 2 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

15,091 13,418 11,791 13,017 14,783 14,684 15,801 15,749 17,531 17,789 18,071 17,744 17,379 18,612 18,345 17,196 17,494 17,118 16,219 15,423 17,358 16,172 18,448 19,620 19,294 18,377 15,485 19,547 18,942 18,185

17,042 14,718 13,814 12,634 17,281 15,934 15,217 17,698 15,820 18,012 18,819 18,683 18,211 18,129 17.674 18,409 18,103 18,067 17,031 13,783 16,858 16,782 19,284 19,763 19,482 19,190 12,590 21,576 21,402 21,347

Day 3

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17,560 - - -

Total

32,133 28,136 25,605 25,651 32,064 30,618 31,018 33,447 33,351 35,012 36,890 36,107 35,590 36,741 36,019 35,605 35,597 35,185 33,250 29,206 34,216 32,954 37,732 39,383 38,776 37,567 45,635 41,123 40,344 39,532

CCHA CHAMPIONSHIP

DESTINATION: CCHA CHAMPIONSHIP HOCKEY IN THE “D”

MASON CUP PLAYER SEARCH

As part of the “Celebrate the Legacy” initiative to commemorate the league’s 42nd and final season in 2012-13, the CCHA has launched a “Search for Mason Cup Champions” to find all former CCHA players with their name engraved on the Mason Cup. The trophy is awarded annually to the CCHA Playoff Champion and is named in honor of legendary Lake Superior, Bowling Green and Michigan State coach Ron Mason, whose name appears on the trophy a league-high 13 times. The league’s website, ccha.com, includes a page to track the progress of finding members of each of the 41 Mason Cup championship teams, including their hometowns, highest level of hockey played and their current occupations. The website pages also include team photos, logos and player photos from each team’s championship season. To aid in the search, the league will reach out to CCHA fans through Facebook (Facebook.com/CCHAhockey) and Twitter (@CCHAhockey). Fans can also help us find a Mason Cup champion by sending an email to: pcolvin@ccha.com.

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CCHA CHAMPIONSHIP

The CCHA 11-Team Tournament Format All 11 teams will again participate in the CCHA playoffs during the 2012-13 season. The first round of the 2013 CCHA Tournament will take place March 8-10. The top five seeds will receive first-round byes, while the remaining six teams will play best-of-three series’ at campus sites. The No. 6 seed will host the No. 11 seed, the No. 7 seed will host the No. 10 seed, and the No. 8 seed will host the No. 9 seed. The winners will advance to the CCHA Quarterfinals. The CCHA Quarterfinals will take place March 15-17 with another round of best-of-three series’ at campus sites. The No. 4 seed will host the No. 5 seed. The No. 3 seed will host the highest seed to win its series in the first round. The No. 2 seed will host the next-highest seed to win its series in the first round. The No. 1 seed will host the lowest remaining seed. The winners of the series in the CCHA Quarterfinals will advance to the CCHA Championship. The 2013 CCHA Championship will take place March 23-24 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. The CCHA Semifinals will take place on Saturday, March 23, with the highest-remaining seed playing the lowest remaining seed and the second-highest remaining seed taking on the third-highest remaining seed for the right to play in the title game. Sunday, March 24 will feature the CCHA Championship Game.

2013 Tournament

Campus Site First-Round Games * March 8-10 Top 5 Regular-Season Finishers receive byes

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1 4 2 3 Championship Game Sunday, March 24 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit

*Best-of-Three Series ^Teams are re-seeded #The Commissioner determines the starting times of both semifinal games.

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Second Round

Semifinals

Final

No. 1 Seed

Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh, Penn. April 11

Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh, Penn. April 13

No. 4 Seed No. 3 Seed

Consol Energy Center Pittsburgh, Penn. April 11

No. 2 Seed

NATIONAL CHAMPION

Regional Sites Note: The Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee will assign teams to sites when selections are made. Northeast: Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H., March 29-30, 2013 West: Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich., March 29-30, 2013 East: Dunkin’ Donuts Center, Providence, R.I., March 30-31, 2013 Midwest: Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio, March 30-31, 2013

NCAA TOURNAMENT

First Round

The Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Penn., will host the 2013 NCAA Frozen Four.

The field of 16 teams for the 2013 NCAA Men’s Division I Tournament will be announced on Sunday, March 24. The CCHA Tournament champion will receive an automatic berth, as will the tournament champions of Atlantic Hockey, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, Hockey East and the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Eleven other at-large teams will receive bids from the Men’s Division I Hockey Committee based on statistical criteria. Teams will be seeded in four regions - Northeast, East, Midwest and West. The

first round begins play on Friday, March 29 with the Northeast Regional in Manchester, N.H., and the West Regional in Grand Rapids, Mich. Play at the Midwest Regional in Toledo, Ohio, and the East Regional in Providence, R.I., begins Saturday, March 30. Each site will host four schools with the winners of the first night of competition playing each other on day two. The four regional champions will advance to the Frozen Four at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Penn. This will be the first time the Consol Energy Center has hosted a Frozen Four.

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The NCAA semifinals are scheduled for April 11 and air live on ESPN2. The championship is set for Saturday, April 13, and will be broadcast live on ESPN.

FUTURE SITES 2014 Frozen Four Wachovia Center - Philadelphia, Pa. Host: Philadelphia Sports Commission 2015 Frozen Four TBD

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HOCKEY DAY IN MICHIGAN

The passion, fun and friendships that make hockey such an important part of our sports landscape are celebrated statewide each year during the annual ‘Hockey Day in Michigan’. The eighth annual coast-to-coast event is set for Saturday, February 16, 2013 and will again coincide with USA Hockey’s sixth annual ‘Hockey Weekend Across America,’ February 15-17.

A BIG WEEKEND The sixth annual USA Hockey ‘Hockey Weekend Across America’ will take place February 15-17, 2013. Launched by USA Hockey in 2008, Hockey Weekend Across America is a nationwide initiative to celebrate the game and those involved at all levels and to expose hockey to new audiences to help grow the game.

Coverage on FOX Sports Detroit focuses on the joy the game brings to both new and veteran players and fans young and old. The 2013 “Hockey Day Doubleheader” on FOX Sports Detroit features Bowling Green at Ferris State (5:05 p.m.) followed by Northern Michigan at Michigan State (7:35 p.m.).

GET INVOLVED! CONTACT THE CCHA (248) 888-0600

HOCKEY DAY SUPPORTERS

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ALASKA NANOOKS

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ALASKA NANOOKS

Joined CCHA: 1995-96

CCHA Record: 160-246-63

All-Time: 475-557-98

FIRE POWER - The Nanooks return almost 96 percent of their scoring up front from a year ago, including their top offensive line (and top-three scorers) of Colton Beck, Andy Taranto and leading scorer Cody Kunyk.

PRO TITLES - Former Nanook defenseman Joe Sova contributed three assists through seven games with the Florida Everblades, en route to hoisting the 2012 Kelly Cup ECHL Championship trophy. He follows Alaska alumni Curtis Fraser (2003-07) from the Alaska Aces 2011 championship team, and Corbin Schmidt (2001-05) and Cam Keith (2000-04) of the Aces 2006 Kelly Cup Championship squad.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

DRAFT PICK - Freshman defenseman Colton Parayko was drafted by St. Louis in the third round (86th overall) of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. He is one of just seven Nanooks to be drafted and the program’s highest NHL Draft pick.

BOTTOM-HEAVY - The Nanooks roster has 17 underclassmen, including 10 rookies - as many as the juniors and seniors combined.

GOOD HEART - Senior defenseman Kaare Odegard created the ‘With All Your Heart’ campaign with Alaska hockey office manager Shawn Head that raised close to $140,000 to be donated to the Harry and Sally Porter Heart Center at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital. They plan to continue raising funds through team achievements (e.g. a pledged amount per goal scored, penalty killed, etc.) and individual donations this season.

JOB OPENING - With the departure of Scott Greenham, the Nanooks are without an established goalie for the first time in three years. Junior Steve Thompson and sophomore Sean Cahill will compete with freshman John Keeney.

PLANNED UPGRADES - Next summer, Alaska’s home rink, the Carlson Center, will undergo a series of upgrades, including the renovation of the Nanooks locker room and addition of a training room, equipment room, team video room and a players’lounge.

D-CORPS - Four of Alaska’s six starting defenseman return to the blueline including junior Michael Quinn, who came back from an early-season knee injury to score three goals and 11 assists in 28 games.

October Fri. 5 REGINA # 6:15 p.m. Kendall Hockey Classic at Anchorage, Alaska Fri. 12 vs. Air Force * 5:07 p.m. Sat. 13 vs. Canisius * 4:07 p.m. Brice Alaska Goal Rush at Fairbanks Fri. 19 MERRIMACK * 8:05 p.m. Sat. 20 NORTH DAKOTA * 7:05 p.m. Fri. 26 at Ferris State 7:05 p.m. Sat. 27 at Ferris State 7:05 p.m.

November Fri. 2 LAKE SUPERIOR Sat. 3 LAKE SUPERIOR Fri. 9 at Ohio State Sat. 10 at Ohio State Fri. 16 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sat. 17 WESTERN MICHIGAN

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

Fri. 23 at Northern Michigan Sat. 24 at Northern Michigan Fri. 30 MIAMI

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 MIAMI Fri. 7 BOWLING GREEN Sat. 8 BOWLING GREEN

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

January Fri. 11 at Michigan Sat. 12 at Michigan Fri. 18 at Notre Dame Sat. 19 at Notre Dame Fri. 25 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Sat. 26 NORTHERN MICHIGAN

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK

February

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 16/7; 10/5 F, 5/2 D, 1/0 G Key Returnees: Colton Beck, F, JR (13-12-25); Cody Kunyk, F, JR (15-17-32); Michael Quinn, D, JR (3-11-14); Andy Taranto, F, SR (12-14-26) Key Losses: Cody Butcher, D (0-1-1); Scott Enders, D (1-10-11); Justin Filzen, F (3-36); Carlo Finucci, F (4-16-20); Aaron Gens, D (2-18-20); Scott Greenham, G (11-18-4, 2.47 GAA, .905 Spct.): Ron Meyers, F (2-5-7) NHL Draft Picks (1): Colton Parayko (STL ‘12) Impact Freshmen: Josh Atkinson, F, Lloydminster (AJHL); Nolan Huysmans, F, Spruce Grove (AJHL); John Keeney, G, Muskegon (USHL); Tyler Morley, F, Surrey (BCHL); Colton Parayko, D, Fort McMurray (AJHL) 2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 5th/10th 2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: Team Defense Rank: Power Play Rank: Penalty Killing Rank: Returning Goals Points | 10 |

All Players 72 (85.7 %) 154 (70.3%)

CCHA - 10th (2.25) CCHA - 7th (2.71) CCHA - 6th (16.9%) CCHA - 11th (79.0%) Forwards 69 (95.8%) 131 (79.9%)

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Overall - 10th (2.33) Overall - 5th (2.61) Overall - 8th (15.9%) Overall - 11th (81.4%)

Fri. 1 at Miami Sat. 2 at Miami Fri. 8 OHIO STATE Sat. 9 OHIO STATE Fri. 15 at Lake Superior Sat. 16 at Lake Superior Fri. 22 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 23 MICHIGAN STATE

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Governor’s Cup Fri. 1 ALASKA-ANCHORAGE * Sat. 2 at Alaska-Anchorage *

7:05 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

Defense 3 (50.0%) 23 (41.8%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 22 36 38 18 9 15 20 26 17 11 14 24 23 39 37 27 13 4 12 10 6 29 2 1 7 25

Name Pos. Josh Atkinson D Colton Beck F Sean Cahill G Trevor Campbell D Max Dumond F Jeff Earnest F Matthew Friese F Chad Gehon F Jarret Granberg F Alec Hajdukovich F Adam Henderson F Nolan Huysmans F Nolan Kaiser D John Keeney G Cody Kunyk F Tyler Morley F Kaare Odegard D Colton Parayko D Garrick Perry F J.D. Peterson D Michael Quinn D Andy Taranto F Justin Tateson D Steve Thompson G Nik Yaremchuk F Nolan Youngmun F

Yr. Fr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So.

Ht. 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-10 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-7 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-8 6-0 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-2 5-9 5-11

Wt. 180 182 167 191 188 185 170 193 153 185 194 202 196 187 206 170 191 195 206 188 181 210 212 192 178 185

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Age 19 22 22 22 20 21 20 24 24 20 23 20 20 19 22 20 21 19 22 20 21 24 20 24 24 20

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Spruce Grove, AB/Lloydminster (AJHL) Langley, BC/Langley (BCHL) Calgary, AB/Kindersley (SJHL) Kansas City, MO/Topeka (NAHL) Orleans, ON/Brockville (CCHL) Anchorage, AK/Fairbanks (NAHL) Wasilla, AK/Lincoln (USHL) Kelowna, BC/ Westside (BCHL) Foremost, AB/Brooks (AJHL) Fairbanks, AK/Fairbanks (NAHL) Whitehorse, YT/Michigan State Ponoka, AB/Spruce Grove (AJHL) Calgary, BC/Camrose (AJHL) Twin Peaks, CA/Muskegon (USHL) Sherwood Park, AB/Sherwood Park (AJHL) Burnaby, BC/Surrey (BCHL) Red Deer, AB/Canmore (AJHL) St. Albert, AB/Fort McMurray (AJHL) Apple Valley, MN/Coquitlam (BCHL) Orange, CA/Tri-City (USHL) Surrey, BC/Westside (BCHL) Downers Grove, IL/Fargo (USHL) Scandia, AB/Drumheller (AJHL) Anchorage, AK/Sioux City (USHL) St. Albert, AB/Sherwood Park (AJHL) Anchorage, AK/Sioux Falls (USHL)

Cody Kunyk

ALASKA NANOOKS

2012-13 NANOOKS

Colton Beck

Andy Taranto

* Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (7), JR (3), SO (7), FR (9) Average Height: 6-0� Average Weight: 188 lbs. Average Age: 21 years, 8 months Shot: Left (17) - Right (9)

Senior forward Nik Ya re mchu k (right) returns after scoring nine goals and 16 points last season.

Nationality: American (10), Canadian (16)

...by the numbers # Name Pos Yr # Name Pos Yr 1 Steve Thompson G SR 18 Trevor Campbell D SO 2 Justin Tateson D SO 20 Matthew Friese F FR 4 Colton Parayko D FR 22 Josh Atkinson F FR 6 Michael Quinn D JR 23 Nolan Kaiser D SO 7 Nik Yaremchuk F SR 24 Nolan Huysmans F FR 9 Maxime Dumond F SO 25 Nolan Youngman F SO 10 J.D. Peterson D FR 26 Chad Gehon F SR 11 Alec Hajdukovich F FR 27 Tyler Morley F FR 12 Garrick Perry F SO 29 Andy Taranto F SR 13 Kaare Odegard D SR 36 Colton Beck F JR 14 Adam Henderson F SR 37 Cody Kunyk F JR 15 Jeff Earnest F FR 38 Sean Cahill G SO 17 Jarret Granberg F SR 39 John Keeney G FR CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

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2011-12 ALASKA STATISTICS

OVERALL (12-20-4)

# NAME GP G A PTS 37 Cody Kunyk 36 15 17 32 29 Andy Taranto 35 12 14 26 36 Colton Beck 36 13 12 25 39 Carlo Finucci 36 4 16 20 5 Aaron Gens 36 2 18 20 7 Nik Yaremchuk 36 9 7 16 17 Jarret Granberg 32 10 4 14 6 Michael Quinn 28 3 11 14 4 Scott Enders 35 1 10 11 14 Adam Henderson 35 6 3 9 20 Ron Meyers 36 2 5 7 15 Justin Filzen 36 3 3 6 26 Chad Gehon 33 1 3 4 12 Garrick Perry 25 1 2 3 13 Kaare Odegard 26 0 3 3 18 Trevor Campbell 33 0 3 3 25 Nolan Youngmun 35 2 0 2 2 Justin Tateson 32 0 2 2 23 Nolan Kaiser 12 0 1 1 24 Cody Butcher 15 0 1 1 11 Matthew Gates 17 0 0 0 35 Scott Greenham 33 0 0 0 1 Steve Thompson 3 0 0 0 38 Sean Cahill 1 0 0 0 Bench -- -- -- -- Alaska Totals 36 84 135 219 Opponent Totals 36 94 151 245

CONFERENCE (8-16-4-2)

PIM PP SH GW +/- 9/18 7 0 1 +6 15/49 3 0 3 -4 11/22 3 0 3 +6 4/8 0 0 0 E 18/36 2 0 0 -1 5/10 3 1 3 -5 8/24 5 0 1 -8 5/10 1 0 0 +7 17/45 0 0 0 -4 14/50 2 0 1 -7 6/12 0 1 0 -1 5/10 0 0 0 +2 11/22 0 0 0 -2 6/23 0 0 0 -1 7/25 0 0 0 -5 12/35 0 0 0 E 12/24 0 0 0 -8 13/26 0 0 0 -8 1/2 0 0 0 +1 1/2 0 0 0 -5 4/8 0 0 0 -1 0/0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 4/8 -- -- -- -- 188/469 26 2 12 -- 195/461 29 2 20 --

GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 28 13 12 25 7/14 6 0 1 +5 27 8 9 17 11/41 2 0 2 -6 28 9 10 19 11/22 2 0 3 +3 28 3 13 16 4/8 0 0 0 -1 28 2 14 16 15/30 2 0 0 -5 28 5 7 12 4/8 2 0 0 -5 24 10 4 14 6/20 5 0 1 -6 24 3 10 13 5/10 1 0 0 +7 27 1 7 8 14/39 0 0 0 -4 27 3 2 5 11/44 2 0 1 -8 28 1 3 4 4/8 0 0 0 E 28 3 3 6 4/8 0 0 0 +1 27 1 1 2 9/18 0 0 0 -1 18 0 2 2 4/19 0 0 0 -1 22 0 2 2 6/23 0 0 0 -6 26 0 3 3 8/27 0 0 0 +2 27 1 0 1 10/20 0 0 0 -7 24 0 1 1 12/24 0 0 0 -6 8 0 0 0 1/2 0 0 0 -2 10 0 1 1 1/2 0 0 0 -3 14 0 0 0 3/6 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- 4/8 -- -- -- -- 28 63 104 167 154/401 22 0 8 -- 28 76 126 202 158/379 26 2 16 --

CAREER GP G A PTS 74 27 35 62 109 43 47 90 74 17 24 41 122 18 35 53 140 12 60 72 113 25 37 62 107 26 19 45 55 4 13 17 144 9 32 41 86 8 5 13 147 14 22 36 114 7 8 15 83 6 8 14 25 1 2 3 83 0 9 9 33 0 3 3 35 2 0 2 32 0 2 2 12 0 1 1 50 2 6 8 17 0 0 0 115 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -- -- -- --- -- -- --- -- -- --

OVERALL CONFERENCE # 35 1 38 TM

Name GP Scott Greenham 33 Steve Thompson 3 Sean Cahill 1 EMPTY NET 21 Total............... 36 Opponents........... 36

Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct 1989:03 82 2.47 777 .905 164:18 8 2.92 62 .886 18:47 4 0.00 2 1.000 16:14 4 0.00 0 .000 2188:22 94 2.58 841 .899 2188:22 84 2.30 986 .921

W 11 1 0 0 12 20

L 18 2 0 0 20 12

T 4 0 0 0 4 4

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct 26 1572:48 68 2.59 637 .904 2 104:18 6 3.45 41 .872 1 18:47 0 0.00 2 1.000 17 12:29 2 0.00 0 0.00 28 1708:22 76 2.67 680 .899 28 1708:22 63 2.21 741 .922

W 8 0 0 0 8 16

L 14 2 0 0 16 8

T 4 0 0 0 4 4

2011-12 RESULTS

October

1 NORTHERN ALBERTA # W 7 St. Cloud State* L 8 Clarkson * W 14 MERCYHURST * W 15 NEBRASKA-OMAHA W 21 WESTERN MICHIGAN L 22 WESTERN MICHIGAN T(OT) 27 at Ohio State T(OT) 28 at Ohio State L

November 4 MIAMI 5 MIAMI 11 at Notre Dame 12 at Notre Dame 18 FERRIS STATE 19 FERRIS STATE 25 at Bowling Green 26 at Bowling Green

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L L L L(OT) W L W W

8-0 1-4 3-1 5-2 4-1 1-4 2-2 2-2 0-6

2864 3307 2901 2380 2475 3130 3143 1614 2231

1-2 1-2 4-5 2-3 2-0 2-3 3-0 2-0

3115 3211 5022 4374 2858 2937 1394 1294

December 2 MICHIGAN 3 MICHIGAN

W L(OT)

4-3 3048 0-1 3367

6 at Northern Michigan T(SW) 7 at Northern Michigan L 13 at Ferris State T(SW) 14 at Ferris State L 20 BOWLING GREEN L 21 BOWLING GREEN W 27 NOTRE DAME W 28 NOTRE DAME L

2-2 2155 7-3 2147 4-4 1693 3-4 1656 1-3 2938 4-1 2965 6-3 3007 2-4 3222

January

February

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at Western Michigan L at Western Michigan W LAKE SUPERIOR L LAKE SUPERIOR W at Michigan State L(OT) at Michigan State L at Alaska-Anchorage * L ALASKA-ANCHORAGE * W

March

2 at Lake Superior % 3 at Lake Superior %

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1-2 4-1 2-4 3-2 2-3 0-3 2-3 3-1

3057 3425 2924 3007 5984 6916 5421 4595

3-4 0-2

1121 1379

# - Exhibition game * - Non-conference Game % - CCHA Tournament CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Dallas Ferguson led Alaska to its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2009-10.

Dallas Ferguson enters his fifth season as head coach of the Nanooks. He was named the eighth head coach of his alma mater on May 15, 2008, following four years of service as an assistant coach for the Blue and Gold. A former Nanook defenseman and team captain, Ferguson guided the program to new heights in his first three seasons at the helm. After leading the team to a fourth place finish in the CCHA and capturing the league’s Coach of the

Year award in 2008-09, he took the Nanooks to the NCAA tournament for the first time in program history in 2009-10. The Wainwright, Alberta native has coached fifteen Nanooks who have gone on to professional hockey careers, including 2010 Stanley Cup Champion and defenseman Jordan Hendry of the Chicago Blackhawks, 2009 first team All-American and CCHA Player of the Year Chad Johnson (New York Rangers) and 2008 CCHA Best Offensive Defenseman and first team All-American Tyler Eckford (New Jersey Devils). Under his tutelage, the Nanooks have won three consecutive Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cup titles, won three consecutive CCHA home playoff series (in each of his first three seasons) and claimed four non-conference tournament titles. Prior to his tenure at Alaska, Ferguson spent two years as the assistant coach for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs of the North American Hockey League. Through his first four seasons as an assistant coach, Ferguson was part of Nanook squads that defeated four No.1-ranked teams, captured two Alaska Airlines Governor’s Cups, finished third at the CCHA Super Six tournament at Joe Louis Arena, won three CCHA first-round playoff series on the road, and set a program record for road wins in a season (10, 2005-06). Since his arrival at Alaska in the summer of 2004, Ferguson has steadily climbed the professional ladder. After serving as the Nanooks’ second assistant coach from 2004-07, he was

Memorable Moments

named the first assistant coach in 2007-08. From 2004 to 2007, Ferguson primarily coached the defensemen and was in charge of the defensive special teams. Ferguson spent the next three seasons with the Anchorage Aces (formerly the Gold Kings) of the WCHL. In his time with the Aces, Ferguson amassed 55 points in 144 games, as well as six points in 18 playoff games. Ferguson and his wife Tara live in Fairbanks with their daughters, Peyton and Kendall.

FERGUSON BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 2008-pres. Alaska Career

Overall Conference 63-65-24 42-46-22 63-65-24 42-46-22

UA COACHING HISTORY

Year Coach 1979-80 Tim Waggoner 1980-86 Ric Schafer 1987-93 Don Lucia 1993-99 Dave Laurion 1999-04 Guy Gadowsky 2004-07 Tavis MacMillan 2007-08 Doc Delcastillo 2008-pres. Dallas Ferguson

Overall 3-10-0 105-97-3 101-99-10 80-122-9 68-89-22 46-54-15 9-21-5 63-65-24

ALASKA NANOOKS

DALLAS FERGUSON HEAD COACH

Conference

31-81-5 50-70-20 29-33-12 8-16-4 42-46-22

2012-13 NANOOKS STAFF

March 21, 1980 – The Nanooks earn their first collegiate win in their first season as an NCAA program with an 8-4 victory over Stanford at the Pepsi Invitational tournament in Seattle, Wash. October 1987 – Former Alaska defenseman Shawn Chambers becomes the first Nanook hockey alumnus to skate in the National Hockey League when he debuts with the Minnesota North Stars. He appeared in 19 games during the 1987-88 season scoring one goal and eight points. March 12, 1994 – Despite a 4-3 loss to Miami

University, Alaska’s Tavis MacMillan and Dean Fedorchuk finish the season with 74 points apiece to share the NCAA scoring title.

Brian Rogers

Gary Gray

Chancellor

Athletic Director

Lance West

Corbin Schmidt

Jamie Foland

Dr. Dani Sheppard

October 19, 1995 – Alaska plays its first game as an official member of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association against the University of Notre Dame.

March 8, 2002 – For the first time since joining

the CCHA, the Nanooks host a playoff series in Dean Fedorchuk Fairbanks. They continue to make history that weekend by sweeping Ferris State for their first post-season series win, earning their first trip ever to Joe Louis Arena.

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

March 27, 2010 – Alaska plays in its first NCAA Tournament game in program history, falling to Boston College, 3-1.

February 4, 2011 – The Nanooks 3-2 overtime victory against visiting Michigan State marked head coach Dallas Ferguson’s 50th career win. He became just the second Alaska bench boss to reach the benchmark in the first three seasons at the helm. February 5, 2011 – Alaska forward Nik Yaremchuk followed Friday night’s extra-

session heroics by notching the game-winning goal in double overtime to secure a 4-3 win and series sweep for the Nanooks over the MSU Spartans. It also marked the third consecutive season the Blue and Gold played and won a CCHA Playoff series in Fairbanks to advance in CCHA postseason play. CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

SID

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Carlson Center - Fairbanks, Alaska

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points

Carlson Center

Built: 1990

Capacity: 4,595

DIRECTIONS TO ALASKA

THE CARLSON CENTER

The Carlson Center is located on the corner of Wilbur Street (via Airport Way) and Second Avenue. Arriving from the Fairbanks International Airport head East on Airport Way approximately 2.5 miles until Wilbur Street. Turn left on Wilbur Street (heading north) and drive three blocks. The Carlson Center will be straight ahead.

The 4,324-seat John A. Carlson Center was built in 1990 with public funds. The home of Nanook hockey features an Olympic-size sheet of ice measuring 200’ by 100’. The University of Alaska Fairbanks is one of two schools (Northern Michigan being the other) in the CCHA with the larger sheet of ice. The Carlson Center offers prime viewing from the 2,300 theatre seats and additional bleacherstyle seats bordering the upper level sidelines. The Carlson Center is Northern Alaska’s premier entertainment, sports and meeting facility. Capabilities of the center range from hockey games to concerts, trade shows to circuses, and conventions to basketball camps.

ALASKA FACTS Location: Fairbanks, Alaska 99775 Founded: 1917 Enrollment: 11,034 Nickname: Nanooks Colors: Blue & Gold Joined CCHA: 1995-96 CCHA Record: 160-246-63 All-Time Record: 475-557-98 Chancellor: Brian Rogers Athletic Director: Gary Gray Athletic Dept. Phone: (907) 474-7780 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Dr. Dani Sheppard Head Coach: Dallas Ferguson Alaska ‘96 Hockey Office Phone: (907) 474-6405 Hockey Office E-mail: sdhead@alaska.edu Career Record: 63-65-24 Record at Alaska: 63-65-24 Assistant Coaches: Brian Meisner Corbin Schmidt St. Scholastica ‘93 Alaska ’05 Athletic Trainer: Mike Curtin (907) 474-6801 Equipment Manager: Scott Eastman (907) 474-6868

Arena: Carlson Center (4,595) Surface Size: 200’ x 100’ Arena Manager: Dave Welborn (907) 451-7800 Ticket Manager: Krystal Resa Box Office: (907) 474-NOOK/6665 Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m. AST

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Jamie Foland Office Phone: (907) 474-6807 Office Fax: (907) 474-5162 E-mail: jmfoland@alaska.edu Address: Patty Center Room 201 Fairbanks, AK 99775 School Web Site: alaskananooks.com Press Box Phone: (907) 451-1800

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 43 - Steve Moria (1984-85) Career: 113 - Dean Fedorchuk (1991-94) Single Season: 19 - Don Lester (1993-94) Career: 38 - Don Lester (1991-94) 22 - Andy Pokupec (1986-87) Single Season: 66 - Steve Moria (1984-85) Career: 163 - Steve Moria (1982-85) Single Season: 41 - Don Lester (1993-94) Career: 120 - Don Lester (1991-94) 25 - Pat Williams (1993-94) Single Season: 109 - Steve Moria (1984-85) Career: 271 - Steve Moria (1982-85) Single Season: 60 - Don Lester (1993-94) Career: 158 - Don Lester (1991-94) 42 - Andy Taranto (2009-10)

Goaltender

Wins Single Season: 18 - Scott Greenham (2009-10) Career: 48 - Scott Greenham (2008-12) GAA Single Season: 1.66 - Chad Johnson (2008-09) Career: 2.24 - Scott Greenham (2008-12) Save Pct. Single Season: .940 - Chad Johnson (2008-09) Career: .918 - Chad Johnson (2005-09) Shutouts Single Season: 6 - Chad Johnson (2008-09) Career: 11 - Scott Greenham (2008-12)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .536 (2001-02); Overall - .741 (1983-84) Most Wins: CCHA - 15 (2001-02); Overall - 24 (1993-94) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 8 (2001-02); Overall - 9 (1982-83, 1992-93) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 12 (1999-2000); Overall - 27 (1980-1982) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 4th - two times (MR) 2009 Trips to the Joe: 3 (MR) 2009 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 3rd - 2005 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1 (2010) MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT THE CARLSON CENTER november 28, 1992 – Alaska vs. Maine

Alaska led No.1-ranked Maine (with Hobey Baker winner Paul Kariya) 4-2 half way through the contest. The Nanooks were ultimately upset 6-4 by the Great Alaska Face-off champions, who also were crowned that year’s NCAA Champions and only lost one game all year. Hockey alumnus and former assistant coach Wade Klippenstein (a senior during the 1992-93 season) said it was the loudest he had ever heard the Carlson Center get. Maine 6 - UA 4

October 11, 2003 – Alaska vs. Alaska-Anchorage Airlines Governor’s Cup Game 2

The Nanooks trailed the UAA Seawolves by a goal with under a minute left in the second game of the Governor’s Cup series. After a timeout with 35 seconds left on the clock, the Nanooks pulled goalie Keith Bartusch in favor of an extra forward, allowing Ryan Campbell to even the count just seven seconds later (19:32). The surge of energy and offense continued as Cory Rask netted the game-winning goal at 19:42 and then with less than one second to play Ryan Lang sealed the deal with an empty-netter for a 5-3 win. UA 5 - UAA 3

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S c o t t G r e e n h a m h o l d s A l a s k a’s c a r e e r records for wins (48), GAA (2.24) and shutouts (11) from 2008-12.

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Joined CCHA: 1971-72

CCHA Record: 490-499-83

All-Time: 818-746-109

IF THE SLIPPER FITS - The Falcons were last season’s Cinderella team in the 2012 CCHA Tournament. In the first round of the playoffs, No. 11 seed BGSU defeated Northern Michigan, 2-1, in a three-game road series and then upset the No. 1 overall seed Ferris State, 2-1, by winning two games in overtime in Big Rapids in the second round. The Falcons’ trip to Joe Louis Arena for the CCHA Championship was their first since 2000-01 and the first time an 11th seeded team made it to the Joe.

started all 44 games for the Falcons, and set the Bowling Green single-season record for minutes played with 2,615:18. The standout goaltender finished with a 2.73 goals-against average, the seventhbest single-season mark in program history. Hammond also led the country in saves with 1,114, the second-highest single-season total in Falcons history.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

RED HOT AT THE RIGHT TIME Sophomore forward Dan DeSalvo scored a CCHA-best 10 playoff goals last season, breaking the previous record of eight goals held by Michigan’s Mike Knuble (1995), Michigan State’s Bobby Reynolds (1988) and Ohio State’s Rick Brebant (1987). DeSalvo, BGSU’s second-best point scorer last season (14-11-25), had scored only four goals during the regular season. HAMMOND BACK FOR MORE - Senior goaltender Andrew Hammond returns as the Falcons’ number-one option between the pipes after a career season. Hammond

YOUNG CAPTAINS - Junior forward Cam Wojtala and sophomore forward Ryan Carpenter will be co-captains for the Falcons this season. Carpenter led the team in points and assists last season (11-19-30) and Wojtala recorded 23 points (10-13-23) in 42 games. Carpenter was named CCHA Rookie of the Week twice last year and is the first Falcon to reach 30 points in a season since Brandon Svendsen and Dan Sexton in 2008-09. Wojtala has netted 15 goals and added 24 assists in 83 games in his career. FROZEN FOUR FOES IN TOWN BGSU plays host to 2012 Frozen Four participants Union College on Oct. 16-17 and Ferris State on Nov. 16-17.

October Fri. 6 at Niagara * Sat. 7 ONTARIO INST. TECH. # Fri. 12 UNION COLLEGE * Sat.. 13 UNION COLLEGE * Fri. 19 at Colgate University * Fri. 20 at Colgate University * Fri. 26 OHIO STATE Sat. 27 OHIO STATE

4:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

November Fri. 2 at Michigan State Sat. 3 MICHIGAN STATE Fri. 9 at Western Michigan Sat. 10 WESTERN MICHIGAN Fri. 16 FERRIS STATE Sat. 17 FERRIS STATE Wed. 21 at Michigan

5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

December Fri. 7 at Alaska Sat. 8 at Alaska Sat. 15 NOTRE DAME Sat. 29 NIAGARA *

7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

January Sat. 5 at Canisius * Sun. 6 at Canisius * Tue. 8 at Michigan Tue. 15 NOTRE DAME Fri. 18 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sat. 19 at Western Michigan Fri. 25 at Miami Sat. 26 at Miami

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK

February

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/5; 11/3 F, 7/2 D, 2/0 G Key Returnees: Ryan Carpenter, F, SO (11-19-30); Dan DeSalvo, F, SO (14-11-25); Andrew Hammond, G, SR (14-24-5, 2.73 GAA, .903 Spct.); Marcus Perrier, D, SO (3-6-9); Cam Wojtala, F, JR (10-13-23) Key Losses: Cam Sinclair, F (6-6-12) NHL Draft Picks (0) Impact Freshmen: Mark Cooper, F, St. Michaels (OJHL); Jose Delgadillo, D, Indiana (USHL); Ben Murphy, F, Carleton Place (CJHL); Brent Tate, F, Lincoln (USHL) 2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 11th/11th 2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank Team Defense Rank Power Play Rank Penalty Kill Rank Returning Goals Points

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CCHA – 11th (1.43) CCHA – 11th (3.14) CCHA – 11th (6.8%) CCHA – 9th (81.3%)

All Players 77 (90.5%) 199 (93.4%)

Forwards 67 (87.0%) 153 (76.8%)

12:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Overall – 11th (1.93) Overall – 11th (2.93) Overall – 11th (8.9%) Overall – 9th (82.5%)

Fri. 1 LAKE SUPERIOR Sat. 2 LAKE SUPERIOR Fri. 8 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 9 at Michigan State Fri. 15 at Ferris State Sat. 16 at Ferris State Fri. 22 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Sat. 23 NORTHERN MICHIGAN

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 at Notre Dame Sat. 2 at Notre Dame

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

Defense 10 (100%) 46 (93.9%)

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No. 13 31 22 26 11 8 29 5 1 6 3 25 24 17 2 15 21 10 28 7 4 16 23 18 27 12 14 30

Name Pos. Adam Berkle F Tommy Burke G Ryan Carpenter F Mark Cooper F Dan DeSalvo F Jose Delgadillo D Ralfs Freibergs D Rusty Hafner D Andrew Hammond G Derek Hills D Connor Kucera D Dajon Mingo F Brett Mohler F Ben Murphy F Ryan Peltoma D Marcus Perrier D Ted Pletsch F Marc Rodriguez F Robert Shea D Jake Sloat D Mike Sullivan D Chad Sumsion F Brent Tate F Ryan Viselli F Andrew Wallace F Bryce Williamson F Camden Wojtala F Scott Zacharias G

Yr. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Ht. 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-8 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-2 6-3

Wt. 195 185 180 185 160 200 190 200 196 210 205 175 180 200 195 225 200 180 195 185 185 200 170 180 180 185 180 180

Sh. R L R R R R L L L L L R R R R L L R R L L L R R L R L R

Age 22 20 21 20 20 20 21 21 24 21 21 22 23 21 24 21 22 22 22 22 20 22 20 23 23 22 21 23

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Collegeville, PA / Youngstown (USHL) Chaska, Minn. / Bismarck (NAHL) Oviedo, FL / Sioux City (USHL) Scarborough, ON/ St. Michaels (OJHL) Rolling Meadows, IL / Des Moines (USHL) Milwaukee, WI / Indiana (USHL) Riga, Latvia / Lincoln (USHL) Toledo, OH / Wellington (OJHL) Surrey, BC / Vernon (BCHL) Campbell River, BC / Amarillo (NAHL) Twin Lakes, IN / Des Moines (USHL) Canton, MI / Des Moines (USHL) Yorba Linda, CA/ Tri-City (USHL) Duxbury, MA / Carleton Place (CJHL) Brainerd, MN / North Iowa (NAHL) Thunder Bay, ON / Sioux Falls (USHL) Canton, MI / Pembroke (CJHL) Aurora, IL/ Sioux Falls (USHL) Harrison Township, MI / Green Bay (USHL) Louisville, CO / Owatonna (NAHL) Toronto, ON / Markham (OJHL) Woodstock, ON / Newmarket (CCHL) Canton, Mich. / Lincoln (USHL) Windsor, ON / Penticton (BCHL) Bedford, NS / Surrey (BCHL) Seba Beach, AB / St. Albert (AJHL) Trenton, MI / Omaha (USHL) Winnipeg, MB / Pembroke (CJHL)

Ryan Carpenter

Cam Wojtala

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Marcus Perrier

* Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (4), JR (8), SO (10), FR (6) Average Height: 6’1” Average Weight: 186 lbs. Average Age: 22 years Shot: Left (13) - Right (15)

S enior goalie A ndrew Hammond (right) returns after posting a career high win total (14) and minutes played (2,615) last season.

Nationality: American (17), Canadian (10) Latvian (1)

...by the numbers # Name Pos Yr 1 Andrew Hammond G SR 2 Ryan Peltoma D SR 3 Connor Kucera D SO 4 Mike Sullivan D SO 5 Rusty Hafner D SO 6 Derek Hills D SO 7 Jake Sloat D JR 8 Jose Delgadillo D FR 10 Marc Rodriguez F SR 11 Dan DeSalvo F SO 12 Bryce Williamson F JR 13 Adam Berkle F SO 14 Camden Wojtala F JR 15 Marcus Perrier D SO

# Name 16 Chad Sumsion 17 Ben Murphy 18 Ryan Viselli 21 Ted Pletsch 22 Ryan Carpenter 23 Brent Tate 24 Brett Mohler 25 Dajon Mingo 26 Mark Cooper 27 Andrew Wallace 28 Robert Shea 29 Ralfs Freibergs 30 Scott Zacharias 31 Tommy Burke

Pos F F F F F F F F F F D D G G

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2011-12 BOWLING GREEN STATISTICS OVERALL (14-25-5)

# NAME GP G A 22 Ryan Carpenter 44 11 19 11 Dan DeSalvo 35 14 11 14 Camden Wojtala 42 10 13 13 Adam Berkle 44 7 14 12 Bryce Williamson 44 9 7 20 Cameron Sinclair 34 6 6 28 Robert Shea 43 4 5 15 Marcus Perrier 41 3 6 3 Connor Kucera 40 1 7 7 Jake Sloat 42 1 7 21 Ted Pletsch 40 5 2 26 Mike Fink 34 2 4 27 Andrew Wallace 43 1 5 18 Ryan Viselli 37 4 1 24 Brett Mohler 14 0 5 16 Chad Sumsion 38 1 3 4 Mike Sullivan 41 1 3 10 Marc Rodriguez 24 3 0 2 Ryan Peltoma 28 0 3 17 James McIntosh 24 2 0 5 Rusty Hafner 18 0 2 23 Max Grover 24 0 2 1 Andrew Hammond 44 0 2 8 Ian Ruel 12 0 1 30 Scott Zacharias 3 0 0 Bench -- -- -- Bowling Green Totals 44 85 128 Opponents Totals 44 129 228

PTS 30 25 23 21 16 12 9 9 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 -- 213 357

PIM PP SH 10/31 2 1 15/41 1 0 7/25 4 0 17/45 1 0 15/30 3 0 5/10 1 0 23/65 0 1 21/42 0 0 18/36 0 0 15/30 0 0 6/12 0 0 5/10 1 0 6/12 0 0 9/18 2 0 3/17 0 0 4/8 0 0 7/14 1 0 11/30 1 1 11/22 0 0 11/22 0 0 4/19 0 0 8/16 0 0 0 0 0 9/18 0 0 0 0 0 8/16 -- -- 248/589 17 3 232/541 36 3

CONFERENCE (5-19-4-3)

GW 3 4 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -18 0 -2 -- 14 25

+/- +2 +4 -10 -8 -9 -7 -13 -13 +2 -5 -5 -4 -6 -7 -3 -7 -6 -10 -11 -9 E -4 0 -5 0 -- -- --

GP 28 21 26 28 28 23 28 25 28 27 25 24 27 23 7 25 26 14 16 17 11 13 28 9 1 -- 28 28

G 3 2 5 5 5 3 3 2 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -- 40 88

A PTS PIM 8 11 4/19 6 8 10/31 5 10 6/23 6 11 13/37 4 9 10/20 4 7 4/8 4 7 16/51 2 4 11/22 4 4 16/32 3 3 10/20 1 5 3/6 2 3 2/4 4 4 4/8 1 3 7/14 2 2 3/17 1 2 3/6 1 1 6/12 0 2 5/18 2 2 5/10 0 2 9/18 1 1 1/2 1 1 5/10 0 0 -- 0 0 6/12 0 0 -- -- -- 7/14 62 102 166/414 155 243 148/351

PP SH GW +/- 0 0 1 -11 1 0 0 -5 2 0 0 -8 1 0 2 -15 1 0 1 -7 0 0 0 -4 0 1 0 -12 0 0 0 -14 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0 -8 0 0 0 -8 1 0 0 -6 0 0 0 -4 1 0 0 -5 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0 -4 0 0 0 -1 1 1 0 -5 0 0 0 -9 0 0 1 -7 0 0 0 -4 0 0 0 -9 0 0 0 -24 0 0 0 -6 0 0 0 -2 -- -- -- -- 8 2 5 -- 25 2 19 --

CAREER GP 44 35 83 44 75 94 99 41 40 75 40 61 82 70 53 78 41 97 84 119 18 86 90 75 3 -- -- --

G 11 14 15 7 14 12 5 3 1 2 5 6 3 6 7 6 1 12 3 9 0 0 0 4 0 -- -- --

A PTS 19 30 11 25 24 39 14 21 9 23 14 26 11 16 6 9 7 8 15 17 2 7 9 15 7 10 8 14 15 22 7 13 3 4 11 23 7 10 11 20 2 2 7 7 2 2 6 10 0 0 -- -- -- --- --

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

# Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 1 Andrew Hammond 44 2615:18 119 2.73 1114 .909 14 24 5 30 Scott Zacharias 3 70:11 3 2.56 12 .800 0 1 0 TM EMPTY NET 23 20:31 5 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 44 2706:00 129 2.86 1126 .897 14 25 5 Opponents........... 44 2706:00 85 1.88 1072 .927 25 14 5

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 28 1636:27 79 2.90 694 .898 5 18 4 1 45:50 2 2.62 8 .800 0 1 0 16 17:43 7 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1700:00 88 3.11 702 .889 5 19 4 28 1700:00 40 1.41 622 .940 19 5 4

2011-12 RESULTS

October

2 ONTARIO IT# W 7 CONNECTICUT* W 8 CONNECTICUT* T(OT) 14 at Alabama-Hunstville* W 15 at Alabama-Hunstville* W 21 at Lake Superior W 22 at Lake Superior L 28 NOTRE DAME L 29 NOTRE DAME L

November 4 FERRIS STATE 5 FERRIS STATE 11 CANISIUS* 12 CANISIUS* 18 at Miami 19 at Miami 25 ALASKA 26 ALASKA

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L L W W L T(SW) L L

7-4 NA 2-1 1316 4-4 1221 2-1 1486 3-0 1358 1-0 1839 1-4 2147 1-3 1896 2-3 1928 0-4 3-5 4-1 3-1 0-4 4-4 0-3 0-2

1910 1804 1377 1619 3105 3158 1394 1294

December

2 3 9 10 29 30

at Michigan State at Michigan State WESTERN MICHIGAN WESTERN MICHIGAN at Bemidji State * at Bemidji State*

January

7 8 20 21 27 28

OHIO STATE OHIO STATE at Alaska at Alaska at Western Michigan WESTERN MICHIGAN

L L T(OT) L L L

1-5 1-4 3-3 1-6 1-4 1-2

4967 4995 1588 3599 3547 3365

T(SW) T(SW) W L L W

2-2 1-1 3-1 1-4 1-4 2-1

3228 1830 2938 2965 3314 2403

# - Exhibition game * - Non-conference Game % - CCHA Tournament ^ - CCHA Champioship

February

3 at Notre Dame 4 at Notre Dame 10 NORTHERN MICHIGAN 11 NORTHERN MICHIGAN 17 at Ferris State 18 at Ferris State 24 MICHIGAN 25 MICHIGAN

March

2 3 4 9 10 11 16 17

L W L L L L W L

at Northern Michigan % L at Northern Michigan % W at Northern Michigan % W at Ferris State % W(OT) at Ferris State % L at Ferris State % W(OT) MICHIGAN ^ L(2OT) MIAMI ^ L

1-2 3-2 2-4 0-2 1-5 1-4 4-3 0-3

5022 5022 2687 1864 2252 2493 3011 5031

2-4 1664 5-3 1098 4-1 1098 3-2 1512 4-7 2008 4-3 1568 2-3 7823 1-4 10421

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Head coach Chris Bergeron completed his second season at the helm of the Orange and Brown, leading the Falcons to a 14-25-5 overall record, including a record of 5-19-4 in conference play. Bergeron was named the Falcons’ seventh head coach in program history on April 12, 2010, compiling an overall record of 24–52–9 in his first two years with the program. Under Bergeron’s leadership, Bowling Green completed two playoff upsets on the road last year, defeating Northern Michigan and Ferris State to become the first 11th seed to ever reach the CCHA playoff semifinals. The Falcons’ appearance at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena marked their first return in eleven years (2000-01).

In his second year at Bowling Green, Chris Bergeron led the Falcons to their first trip to Joe Louis Arena for the CCHA Championship since 2001.

Bergeron had two of his players earn conference honors last season, including Player of the Week (Andrew Hammond) and Rookie of the Week (Ryan Carpenter) twice. Before coming to Bowling Green, Bergeron helped rebuild the Miami RedHawks program as an assistant coach from 2000-10. During Bergeron’s time in Oxford, Ohio, his teams had a cumulative record of 226-139-37 overall and a conference record of 161-83-28. Bergeron helped guide the RedHawks to six NCAA Tournament appearances, consecutive Frozen Four showings in 2008-09 and 2009-10, two first places finishes in the CCHA and six seasons with 20 or more overall wins. In 200910, the RedHawks finished 29-8-7 (21-2-5-2) and mounted a 23-game unbeaten streak in conference play. Under his guidance, Bergeron saw nine Miami forwards earn All-CCHA honors, including three members two seasons ago. He also saw goaltender Cody Reichard named to the AllAmerica West Second Team while also obtaining CCHA Player of the Year honors. In six of his last seven years at Miami, Bergeron saw at least one student-athlete named to the All-American team. Since 2001 and prior to the 2009-10 season, 19 RedHawks have been drafted by a NHL team and 34 have played professionally. Bergeron played at Miami from 1989-93 and was a two-year team captain, leading the team

Memorable Moments

March 25, 1978 – After dropping a 6-2 verdict to Boston College in the Frozen Four

to its first CCHA Championship in program history as a senior. He then spent seven years playing professionally before returning to Miami as an assistant coach. During that time he played with the Adirondack Red Wings (AHL), the Birmingham Bulls (ECHL), the Toledo Storm (ECHL), the Cincinnati Cyclones (IHL) and the Columbus Cottonmouths (CHL), being named a league all-star four times. Bergeron graduated from Miami in 1993, earning a bachelor’s degree in education. He and his wife, Janis, now reside in Bowling Green with their two sons, Logan, 11, and Connor, eight.

BERGERON BEHIND THE BENCH

Year Coach 2010-pres. BGSU Career

Overall Conference 24-52-9 8-40-8 24-52-9 8-40-8

BGSU COACHING HISTORY

Year Coach 1969-73 Jack Vivian 1973-79 Ron Mason 1979-94 Jerry York 1994-2002 Buddy Powers 2002-09 Scott Paluch 2009-10 Dennis Williams 2010-pres. Chris Bergeron

Overall Conference 68-53-8 12-14-2 160-63-6 63-24-3 342-248-31 250-171-25 135-149-26 92-113-23 84-156-23 69-137-18 5-25-6 4-18-6 24-52-9 8-40-8

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CHRIS BERGERON HEAD COACH

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semifinals at Providence, R.I., the Falcons rebound for a 4-3 decision over Wisconsin in the third-place game to earn the mythical title ‘Best of the West’. The BG ‘Rocky Hockey’ team finishes the year with a 31-8-0 record, and defenseman Ken Morrow becomes the Falcons’ and the CCHA’s first All-American.

March 26, 1982 – George McPhee is named the second winner (and the CCHA’s first) of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award at the Frozen Four in Providence, R.I. March 24, 1984 – In the longest NCAA title game ever played, the Falcons land their only

national championship with a 5-4 quadruple overtime decision over Minnesota-Duluth as winger Gino Cavallini converts a pass from Dan Kane at the 97:11 mark of the contest. John Samanski sent the game into OT by capitalizing on an opportunistic carom off the boards with only 1:47 to play in regulation. Falcon freshman goalie Gary Kruzich earns tournament MVP honors with 32 saves while UMD’s Rick Kosti makes a tourney-record 55 stops.

Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey President

Greg Christopher Athletic Director

March 31, 1995 – Brian Holzinger is named the 15th recipient of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award in Providence, R.I. at the Frozen Four. November 6, 2010 – The hockey program and the University hosts NHL greats Rob Blake and announcer Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick to support the “Bring Back the Glory” campaign. After defeating nationally ranked Notre Dame the night before, the Falcons drop a 6-3 decision to the Irish as Blake sat amongst the fans and signs autographs, while Emrick drops the ceremonial first puck and performs color commentary with BGSU broadcaster Everett Fitzhugh.

March 11, 2012 – The 11th-seeded Falcons defeat eventual national finalist Ferris State in a Best-of-Three series in the CCHA playoffs to earn their first trip to Joe Louis Arena since 2000-01. Freshman forward Dan DeSalvo scored the game-winning goal in game three for the first Falcons hat trick since Derek Whitmore did it in in 2008.

Ty Eigner

Assistant Coach

John Enright

George McPhee

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Barry Schutte

Assistant Coach

Dr. Lee Meserve

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BGSU Ice Arena - Bowling Green, Ohio

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points BGSU Ice Arena

Built: 1967

Capacity: 5,000

DIRECTIONS TO BGSU

BGSU ICE ARENA

From the north or south via I-75: Use exit 181 and head west (Wooster St) after leaving the off ramp. Turn right onto Mercer Rd. Stay in the right lane. To access the parking area, turn right at Stadium Drive, the first street past the arena. The lot will be immediately on your right. If traveling from the east or west via the Ohio Turnpike, use exit 4A and head south on I-75. Then follow above.

It’s safe to say from its grand opening in February 1967, to its around-the-clock operation today, no one building in Bowling Green has been responsible for uniting the University and community more than the Bowling Green State University Ice Arena. Large, noisy crowds have been a tradition at the BGSU Ice Arena, a $1.8 million facility constructed between 1965-67. The current building capacity stands at 5,000, making the arena the 19th-largest among collegiate teams in the four major conferences and the fifth-largest in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. A recent $750,000 renovation project included new office space, a new training room, weight room, alumni lounge, a skate rental area and concession stand.

BGSU FACTS Location: Bowling Green, Ohio 43403 Founded: 1910 Enrollment: 17,046 Nickname: Falcons Colors: Brown & Orange Joined CCHA: 1971-72 CCHA record: 490-499-83 All-time record: 818-746-109 President: Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey Athletic Director: Greg Christopher Athletic Dept. Phone: (419) 372-2401 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Dr. Lee Meserve Head Coach: Chris Bergeron Miami ‘93 Hockey Office Phone: (419) 372-7239 Career Record: 24-52-9 Record at BGSU: 24-52-9 Assistant Coaches: Barry Schutte Ty Eigner Miami ‘97 Bowling Green ‘93 Athletic Trainer: Dan Fischer (419) 372-7238 Equipment Manager: Scott Jess (419) 372-2864

Arena: BGSU Ice Arena (5,000) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Jaime Baringer (419) 372-2764 Ticket Manager: Cheryl Henke Box Office: (419) 372-0000 Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Jason Knavel Hockey SID: John Enright Office Phone: (419) 372-7105 Office Fax: (419) 372-6015 E-mail: jenrigh@bgsu.edu Address: 249 Perry Stadium East Bowling Green, OH 43403 School Website: bgsufalcons.com Press Box Phone: (419) 372-1236

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 44 - Bob Dobek (1973-74) Career: 127 - Jamie Wansbrough (1982-86) Single Season: 23 - Rob Blake (1989-90) Career: 48 - Scott Paluch (1984-88) 48 - George McPhee (1978-79) Single Season: 58 - Bob Dobek (1974-75) Career: 182 - Nelson Emerson (1986-90) Single Season: 52 - Garry Galley (1983-84) Career: 121 - Chuck Gyles (1969-73) 48 - George McPhee (1978-79) Single Season: 94 - Brian Hills (1982-83) Career: 294 - Nelson Emerson (1986-90) Single Season: 67 - Garry Galley (1983-84) Career: 169 - Scott Paluch (1984-88) 88 - George McPhee (1978-79)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 32 - Wally Charko (1978-79) Career: 88 - Gary Kruzich (1984-87) Single Season: 2.39 - Wally Charko (1978-79) Career: 2.49 - Brian Stankiewicz (1977-79) Single Season: .922 - Tyler Masters (2000-01) Career: .915 - Jordan Sigalet (2001-05) Single Season: 3 - Masters (00-01)/ Jimmy Spratt(08-09) Career: 7 - Tyler Masters (1999-2003)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .797 (1982-83); Overall - .844 (1978-79) Most Wins: CCHA - 24 (1982-83; 1986-87); Overall - 37 (1978-79) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 14 (1978-79); Overall - 23 (1978-79) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 12 (2010-11); Overall - 14 (1990-91) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - seven times (MR) 1987 Trips to the Joe: 14 (MR) 2012 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - five times (MR) 1988 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 9 (MR) 1990 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 2 (MR) 1984 NCAA Championships: 1 (1984)

MEMORABLE GAME AT BGSU ICE ARENA March 1, 1997 – Bowling Green Falcons vs. Michigan State Spartans

The Brown and Orange concludes the regular season with one of the most memorable games in BGSU Ice Arena history after skating to a 0-0 OT deadlock against eighth-ranked Michigan State. The scoreless tie marks the first in the BG annals and only the second in CCHA history. MSU’s Chad Alban and BG’s Bob Petrie combine to turn aside 58 shots, including 30 by the Falcon backstop. BG’s remarkable streak of not being blanked at home ends at 303 games (248 CCHA contests) in a non-losing effort. BGSU 0 - MSU 0

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Garry Galley, an NCAA All-American and CCHA First-Team honoree his junior year, played defense at BGSU from 1981-84.

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Joined CCHA: 1979-80

CCHA Record: 375-478-105

FIXTURE BEHIND THE BENCH - Head coach Bob Daniels, who was named the National Coach of the Year for the second time in 2011-12, embarks on his 21st year behind the Bulldogs’ bench in 2012-13 with a school-record 334 career victories.

NOT ANY EASIER – The Bulldogs will follow up the school’s most memorable campaign in history with a 34-game schedule in 2012-13 that includes four games apiece versus league in-state rivals Michigan, Michigan State and Western Michigan; at least 15 games against teams that were included in last year’s 16-team NCAA Tournament field; and 20 contests involving teams that were featured in last season’s final Top 20 national rankings.

GREAT RUN - The Bulldogs claimed the school’s second CCHA regular-season championship in the last 10 years in 201112, won the NCAA Division I Midwest Regional title and reached the national championship game at the NCAA Frozen Four. FIRST TRIP TO FROZEN FOUR - Ferris State’s best season in school history came to a close in the national championship game at the 2012 Frozen Four in Tampa, Fla., with a 26-12-5 overall record. It included a first-ever trip to the Frozen Four and a national runner-up finish. The title game appearance marked the first time in school history any Bulldog team had ever competed in a national championship game. STREAKING - FSU won or tied 19 of its final 23 games of the season and had a nationleading 15-game unbeaten streak along with a number one national ranking in both polls for two weeks in February. FSU’s 26 wins are the second-most in school history.

All-Time: 605-652-125 2012-13 SCHEDULE October Sun. 7 RYERSON UNIVERSITY # Fri. 12 at Rensselaer * Sat. 13 at Rensselaer * Fri. 19 MERCYHURST * Sat. 20 MERCYHURST * Fri. 26 ALASKA Sat. 27 ALASKA

HOLIDAY TRIP - Ferris State’s holiday trip to the Florida College Hockey Classic in Estero will feature a rematch of last year’s NCAA Division I Midwest Regional Championship game as the Bulldogs take on Cornell in the opener on Dec. 28. Returning NCAA Tournament qualifiers Maine and Minnesota-Duluth are the other two teams in the tournament with the respective losers and winners meeting on Dec. 29.

November

CORAL ANNIVERSARY SEASON - FSU’s 35th season of Division I hockey will begin on Oct. 7 with an exhibition game at home against Ryerson University. The regular-season will start one week later on Oct. 12-13 as the Bulldogs venture to New York to square off for the second consecutive year against Rensselaer, which is guided by Bulldog alum and former assistant coach Seth Appert.

December

Fri. 2 MIAMI Sat. 3 MIAMI Fri. 9 at Lake Superior Sat. 10 at Lake Superior Fri. 16 at Bowling Green Sat. 17 at Bowling Green Fri. 30 MICHIGAN

3:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Sat. 1 MICHIGAN 7:05 p.m. Fri. 7 at Western Michigan 7:05 p.m. Sat. 8 at Western Michigan 7:05 p.m. Sat. 15 at Michigan State 5:05 p.m. Florida College Hockey Classic Fri. 28 vs. Cornell * 4:05 p.m. Sat. 29 vs. Maine/Minnesota-Duluth * TBA

January Sat. 5 MICHIGAN STATE Fri. 11 OHIO STATE Sat. 12 OHIO STATE Fri. 18 at Michigan State Sat. 19 MICHIGAN STATE Fri. 25 at Notre Dame Sat. 26 at Notre Dame

5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

February

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/8; 12/4 F, 4/3 D, 2/1 G Key Returnees: Kyle Bonis, F, SR (19-11-30); Matthew Kirzinger, F, SR (10-24-34); C.J. Motte, G, SO (5-5-2, 1.98 GAA, .925 Spct.); Travis Ouellette, F, SR (9-15-24); Garrett Thompson, F, JR (11-12-23) Key Losses: Chad Billins, D (7-22-29); Jordie Johnston, F (20-16-36); Taylor Nelson, G (21-7-3, 2.10 GAA, .924 Spct.) NHL Draft Picks (0) Impact Freshmen: Matt Robertson, F, Smiths Falls (CCHL); Connor Schmidt, D, Des Moines (USHL); Charles Williams, G, Lincoln (USHL)

Fri. 1 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sat. 2 WESTERN MICHIGAN Fri. 8 at Northern Michigan Sat. 9 at Northern Michigan Fri. 15 BOWLING GREEN Sat. 16 BOWLING GREEN

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 at Michigan Sat. 2 at Michigan

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 9th/1st

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2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: Team Defense Rank: Power Play Rank: Penalty Killing Rank:

CCHA - 2nd (2.86) CCHA - 4th (2.21) CCHA - 2nd (20.3%) CCHA - 5th (84.8%)

Returning Goals Points

Forwards 76 (68.5) 171 (71.8%)

All Players 80 (65%) 217 (66%)

Overall - 3rd (2.88) Overall - 3rd (2.19) Overall - 3rd (18.9%) Overall - 3rd (85.6%)

Defense 4 (30.8%) 46 (51.7%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 17 23 11 7 28 21 2 19 26 4 31 18 8 20 27 15 30 25 9 24 22 12 5 16 3 29

Name Eric Alexander Brandon Anselmini Kenny Babinski Jason Binkley Kyle Bonis Justin Buzzeo Scott Czarnowczan Justin DeMartino Simon Denis Zach Dorer Rob Granett Andy Huff Cory Kane Matthew Kirzinger Dakota Klecha Nate Milam C.J. Motte Sean O’Rourke Travis Ouellette Dominic Panetta Matt Robertson TJ Schlueter Connor Schmidt Garrett Thompson Travis White Charles Williams

Pos. F D C D F F D F D D G F F F F F G D F F F F D F D G

Yr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr.

Ht. 6-2 5-9 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-9 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-9 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-9 5-10

Wt. 206 163 175 191 175 170 176 210 168 175 182 212 200 172 163 170 190 165 165 173 175 194 172 191 180 209

Sh. R L R R L L L R R L L R L R R R L L R L L R R L R L

Age 23 19 19 20 23 22 21 21 21 18 21 20 22 24 20 22 20 21 23 21 20 20 18 22 22 20

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Kentwood, MI/Lincoln (USHL) Guelph, Ontario/Brockville (CCHL) Midland, MI/Omaha (USHL) Powell, OH/Tri-City (USHL) Lindsay, ON/Traverse City (NAHL) Windsor, ON/Humboldt (SJHL) Macomb, MI/Green Bay (USHL) Macomb, MI/Springfield (NAHL) Burnaby, BC/Tri-City (USHL) Holt, MI/Traverse City (NAHL) Clarkston, MI/Yellowstone (NPJHL) Howell, MI/Traverse City (NAHL) Irvine, CA/Vernon (BCHL) Leroy, SK/Humboldt (SJHL) Taylor, MI/Muskegon (USHL) Westland, MI/Topeka (NAHL) St. Clair, MI/Waterloo (USHL) Alta Loma, CA/Fairbanks (NAHL) Windsor, ON/Penticton (BCHL) Baldwin, MI/Tri-City (USHL) Rohnert Park, CA/Smiths Falls (CCHL) St. Louis, MO/Dubuque (USHL) Flat Rock, MI/Des Moines (USHL) Traverse City, MI/Traverse City (NAHL) Sterling Heights, MI/Traverse City (NAHL) Canton, MI/Lincoln (USHL)

Kyle Bonis

Matthew Kirzinger

FERRIS STATE BULLDOGS

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Scott Czarnowczan

* Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Class: SR (4), JR (6), SO (8), FR (8)

Senior forward Travis Ouellette (right) finished fifth on the Bulldogs in scoring (9-15-24) last season.

Average Height: 5’11” Average Weight: 181.6 lbs. Average Age: 20 years, 8 months Shot: Left (12) - Right (14) Nationality: American (20), Canadian (6)

...by the numbers # 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 15 16 17 18

Name Pos Scott Czarnowczan D Travis White D Zach Dorer D Connor Schmidt D Jason Binkley D Cory Kane F Travis Ouellette F Kenny Babinski F TJ Schlueter F Nate Milam F Garrett Thompson F Eric Alexander F Andy Huff F

Yr JR SO FR FR SO JR SR FR SO SO JR SR JR

# 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Name Pos Justin DeMartino F Matthew Kirzinger F Justin Buzzeo F Matt Robertson F Brandon Anselmini D Dominic Panetta F Sean O’Rourke D Simon Denis D Dakota Klecha F Kyle Bonis F Charles Williams G C.J. Motte G Rob Granett G

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2011-12 FERRIS STATE STATISTICS OVERALL (26-12-5) # NAME GP G A 11 Jordie Johnston 43 20 16 20 Matthew Kirzinger 42 10 24 28 Kyle Bonis 43 19 12 4 Chad Billins 43 7 22 9 Travis Ouellette 42 9 15 16 Garrett Thompson 41 11 12 2 Scott Czarnowczan 43 2 19 22 Derek Graham 43 7 13 12 TJ Schlueter 33 6 9 17 Eric Alexander 38 6 9 27 Brett Wysopal 43 2 11 26 Simon Denis 30 1 12 7 Jason Binkley 40 1 11 5 Aaron Schmit 42 8 3 8 Cory Kane 38 7 4 18 Andy Huff 30 4 6 15 Nate Milam 32 2 4 19 Justin DeMartino 13 1 1 29 Taylor Nelson 31 0 2 21 Justin Buzzeo 12 1 0 24 Dominic Panetta 20 0 1 23 Michael Trebish 22 0 1 30 C.J. Motte 12 0 0 3 Travis White 17 0 0 32 Tommy Hill 24 0 0 Bench - - - Ferris State Totals 43 124 207 Opponent Totals 43 94 162

PTS 36 34 31 29 24 23 21 20 15 15 13 13 12 11 11 10 6 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 - 331 256

PIM PP SH 22/52 6 1 21/75 3 3 9/18 4 0 12/24 5 0 18/47 5 0 10/20 4 1 18/47 0 0 13/26 3 0 12/35 2 1 22/63 2 0 8/16 0 0 2/4 0 0 9/18 0 0 14/39 3 0 8/16 1 0 6/12 0 0 8/16 0 0 9/29 0 0 1/2 0 0 -- 0 0 13/37 0 0 19/38 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 0 0 5/10 0 0 1/2 - - 260/646 38 6 272/684 27 1

CONFERENCE (16-7-5-1)

GW +/- 5 +3 3 +5 4 +12 2 +11 3 +2 3 E 1 +17 0 +11 1 +7 0 +4 0 +3 1 E 0 +2 0 +2 1 +7 1 +3 1 +3 0 +2 0 +23 0 -4 0 -3 0 +3 0 E 0 -2 0 -1 - - 26 - 12 -

GP 28 27 28 28 27 26 28 28 20 24 28 19 26 27 25 18 23 10 19 9 15 17 0 3 21 - 28 28

G 12 8 10 7 3 6 2 4 5 5 2 0 0 5 6 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 80 62

A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 12 24 15/38 5 1 3 +2 14 22 15/52 3 2 1 +4 8 18 6/12 2 0 1 +7 18 25 6/12 5 0 2 +10 11 14 12/35 2 0 2 E 7 13 6/12 3 0 3 -1 12 14 13/37 0 0 1 +10 12 16 9/18 1 0 0 +10 3 8 6/12 1 1 1 E 4 9 15/49 2 0 0 +1 5 7 3/6 0 0 0 -1 8 8 2/4 0 0 0 +2 6 6 8/16 0 0 0 -2 2 7 11/33 1 0 0 +1 2 8 7/14 1 0 1 +5 4 7 4/8 0 0 1 +4 4 5 7/14 0 0 0 +1 0 0 8/27 0 0 0 +2 1 1 1/2 0 0 0 +19 0 1 0 0 0 -3 1 1 8/27 0 0 0 -3 1 1 16/32 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 -5 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2/4 0 0 0 -1 - - 1/2 - - - - 135 215 181/466 26 4 16 - 110 172 182/463 19 1 7 -

CAREER GP 136 119 99 149 112 59 78 138 33 93 142 30 40 121 69 52 32 31 70 12 20 84 12 17 61 - - -

G 30 26 28 17 26 15 3 13 6 14 7 1 1 16 11 5 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - - -

A PTS 27 57 38 64 22 50 50 67 30 56 14 29 29 32 36 49 9 15 21 35 38 45 12 13 11 12 7 23 7 18 9 14 4 6 3 4 3 3 0 1 1 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - - - -

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

# Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 30 Taylor Nelson 31 1890:03 66 2.10 800 .924 21 7 3 29 C.J. Motte 12 726:34 24 1.98 298 .925 5 5 2 TM EMPTY NET 16 8:19 4 0.00 0 .00 0 0 0 Total............... 43 2624:56 94 2.15 1098 .921 26 12 5 Opponents........... 43 2624:56 124 2.83 1110 .900 12 26 5

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 19 1152:00 40 2.08 507 .927 13 3 3 9 547:52 19 2.08 236 .925 3 4 2 11 5:08 3 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1705:00 62 2.18 743 .923 16 7 5 28 1705:00 80 2.82 666 .893 7 16 5

2011-12 RESULTS

October

2 TORONTO # 7 at St. Lawrence * 8 at St. Lawrence* 14 RENSSELAER * 15 RENSSELAER* 21 MIAMI 22 MIAMI 27 at Michigan 28 at Michigan

November 4 at Bowling Green

5 11 12 18 19

at Bowling Green LAKE SUPERIOR LAKE SUPERIOR at Alaska at Alaska

W W W W W W W L L

W W W T(OT) L W

5-0 4-2 5-1 4-0 2-0 4-2 2-0 2-5 0-4

4-0 5-3 5-1 1-1 0-2 3-2

1068 1606 985 2159 1429 1489 1441 4751 5711

1910 1804 1693 1811 2858 2937

December

2 3 9 10 29 30

WESTERN MICHIGAN at Western Michigan NOTRE DAME at Notre Dame vs. RIT* at Bemidji State *

January 6 COLGATE*

7 COLGATE* 13 ALASKA 14 ALASKA 20 at Ohio State 21 at Ohio State 27 MICHGAN STATE 28 MICHIGAN STATE

L L W L L L

2-4 0-3 4-1 1-4 0-3 2-4

2302 3765 2046 4487 3506 3424

W W T(OT) W W T(SW) W W

4-3 3-1 4-4 4-3 4-3 3-3 2-1 4-3

1748 1619 1693 1656 2876 4026 2493 2493

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February

3 at Northern Michigan

4 10 11 17 18 24 25

at Northern Micihgan at Notre Dame at Notre Dame BOWLING GREEN BOWLING GREEN at Western Michigan at Western Michigan

T(OT) W W W W W T(OT) L

5-5 3-1 3-0 5-1 5-1 4-1 1-1 0-3

2969 3112 5022 5022 2255 2493 4344 2493

9 10 11 23 24

BOWLING GREEN % BOWLING GREEN % BOWLING GREEN % DENVER $ CORNELL $

L(OT) W L(OT) W W

2-3 7-4 3-4 2-1 2-1

1512 2008 2184 3465 3108

March

April

5 UNION + 7 BOSTON COLLEGE +

W L

3-1 18605 1-4 18818

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Bulldogs’ head coach Bob Daniels enters his 21st season behind the bench at Ferris State.

The all-time winningest coach in Ferris State’s history, Bob Daniels enters his 21st season behind the Bulldog bench in the 2012-13 season. Last season Daniels claimed CCHA and National Coach of the Year accolades for the second time in his career after leading the Bulldogs to the program’s second-ever league regular-season championship and a historic first-ever trip to the Frozen Four where FSU reached the national championship game. Ferris State has placed fifth or higher four times in the last five seasons of league competition, including a third-place, 21-win season in 2009-10. The 2002-03 CCHA Coach of the Year Award recipient and a two-time (2007-08 and 2009-10) award finalist, Daniels attained another milestone in his distinguished coaching career by recording his

300th career win following a 4-1 decision at Bowling Green midway through the 2010-11 season. Daniels guided the 2002-03 Bulldogs to the program’s best season ever in NCAA Division I with 31 victories, earning the distinction of being the nation’s first team to reach the 30-win plateau. In the process, FSU claimed its first CCHA title, advanced to the Super Six Tournament and made its NCAA Tournament debut. The American Hockey Coaches Association and InsideCollege Hockey.com both named Daniels Coach of the Year that season. At Ferris State, Daniels has coached eight AllAmericans. The most notable is 2002-03 Hobey Baker Award finalist and CCHA Player of the Year Chris Kunitz, a member of two NHL Stanley Cup Champion teams. Daniels, the longest tenured coach in the program’s history, recorded his 100th career coaching victory in the 1998-99 regular-season game at Michigan State. His school record-setting 120th win occurred March 4, 2000, when the Bulldogs notched a 7-0 regular-season finale victory at Western Michigan. Ferris State appointed Daniels as head coach before the start of the 1992-93 season. In his first year, the Bulldogs turned in one of the most successful seasons in the program’s history with 21 wins and a CCHA Tournament semifinal appearance. At the time, the 1992-93 season victory total signified only the fourth time in which a Ferris team had won 20 games in a season and the second time in which a rookie coach won more than 16 games behind the Bulldogs’ bench.

Memorable Moments

Daniels first joined the Ferris State program in 1989-90 as an assistant to John Perpich and then served under Bob Mancini from 1990-92. He broke into the CCHA as an assistant at the University of Illinois-Chicago (1987-89) and helped the Flames secure a third-place CCHA finish in 1988-89. Daniels received his bachelor of arts in accounting from Michigan State in 1982 and earned a master’s degree in sports organization from Miami (Ohio) University. Daniels also was a graduate assistant coach at Miami in the 1986-87 season. A native of Livonia, Mich., Daniels and his wife, Leslie, are the parents of two daughters – Jenna and Sara, and a son – Pete. Jenna is a member of the Ferris State cross country and track teams.

DANIELS BEHIND THE BENCH

Year

School 1992-pres. Ferris State Career

Overall Conference 334-362-79 231-269-68 334-362-79 231-269-68

FSU COACHING HISTORY

Year Coach Overall 1975-82 Rick Duffett 119-83-7 1982-86 Dick Bertrand 56-74-9 1986 Peter Esdale (int.) 6-9-1 1986-90 John Perpich 54-92-17 1990-92 Bob Mancini 36-32-12 1992-pres. Bob Daniels 334-362-79

Conference 37-33-2 42-64-8 4-7-1 35-78-15 26-27-11 231-269-68

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BOB DANIELS HEAD COACH

2012-13 BULLDOGS STAFF

January 11, 1994 – Senior John Gruden scores a Bulldog defenseman-record four goals,

including three in the second period, to lead Ferris State to a 10-6 victory at Notre Dame. Gruden, who would be named FSU’s first NCAA Division I All-American following the season, finished the CCHA contest with seven total points.

March 7, 2003 – Ferris State captures its first CCHA regular-season championship with a 4-2 decision at Bowling Green.

March 28, 2003 – The Bulldogs are victorious in their first NCAA Tournament appearance with a 5-2 win over North Dakota in a West Regional semifinal at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, Minn. Senior goalie Mike Brown makes 44 saves in the win. The secondseeded Bulldogs drop a 7-4 decision to eventual National Champion Minnesota in the West Regional final.

Dr. David L. Eisler President

Perk Weisenburger Athletic Director

April 2, 2003 – Senior forward Chris Kunitz, the first Ferris player to be named CCHA Player of the Year, is honored as one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the nation’s top player. April 17, 2003 – Bob Daniels accepts the

Spencer Penrose Award as 2002-03 American Hockey Coaches Association Division I Coach of the Year.

Drew Famulak

Associate Head Coach

Mark Kaufman

Assistant Coach

November 14, 2009 – Goaltender Pat Nagle stops nationally top-ranked Miami a leagueHobey Baker Finalist record 11 consecutive times in helping the Chris Kunitz (center) Bulldogs to a second straight shootout win in the weekend series. Defenseman Chad Billins scored the decisive shootout goal as a combined league-record 22 skaters participated in the post-overtime event. April 7, 2012 – The Bulldogs play in their first national championship game against Boston College in Tampa, Fla., during the Frozen Four, but come out on the short end of a 4-1 decision before a crowd of 18,818 fans. CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Rob Bentley

Athletic Comm.

Dr. Terry Nerbonne

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Ewigleben Ice Arena - Big Rapids, Michigan

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Single Season: 41 - Rod Taylor (1990-91) Career: 101 - Paul Lowden (1983-87) Defenseman Single Season: 16 - John Gruden (1992-93) Career: 42, - Andy Roach (1993-97) Freshman 26 - Paul Cook (1979-80), John DePourcq (1987-88)

Assists

Forward Single Season: 53 - Randy Merrifield (1983-84) Career:130 - John DePourcq (1987-91) Defenseman Single Season: 40 - Gary Sweetnam (1985-86) Career:109 - Jim File (1980-84) Freshman 31 - Jim Baker (1978-79)

Points Ewigleben Ice Arena

Built: 1974

Capacity: 2,493

DIRECTIONS TO FSU

EWIGLEBEN ICE ARENA

Ewigleben Ice Arena is located on FSU’s Sports Drive adjacent to West Knollview Drive. From U.S. 131 expressway, take the Perry Street exit (139) east and upon reaching State Street, turn right and go south. The Ewigleben Ice Arena is enclosed within the Sports Complex, located on the west side of South State Street on the hill.

The Ewigleben Ice Arena (pronounced A-VAHglave-in) serves as the home for the Ferris State men’s ice hockey team and begins its 38th year of operation in the 2012-13 season. The facility is named in honor of former FSU President Dr. Robert L. Ewigleben, who helped establish hockey at FSU and coordinated its progression to the NCAA Division I level during his tenure (1971-84). The arena, with an official seating capacity of 2,493, is attached to the 39,300-square-foot Ewigleben Sports Complex and the Student Convocation Center. The facility features an enlarged 1,620-square-foot press box which includes two luxury boxes. The final phase of the arena’s 3.3 million dollar renovation project was completed in the summer of 2008 with the installation of new dasher boards, glass, concrete slabs for both the main and studio rinks, and new rubber flooring throughout the arena. The facility was expanded in January 1999 with the construction of a 4,560-square-foot locker room for the Bulldogs hockey program. Arena: Robert L. Ewigleben Ice Arena (2,493) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Kevin Barnes (231) 591-2886/2881 Ticket Manager: Linda Bomar Box Office: (231) 591-2888 Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m. and 5:05 p.m.

FSU FACTS Location: Big Rapids, Michigan 49307 Founded: 1884 Enrollment: 13,352 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Crimson & Gold Joined CCHA: 1979-80 CCHA record: 375-478-105 All-time record: 605-652-125 President: Dr. David L. Eisler Athletics Director: Perk Weisenburger Associate Athletics Director: Jon Coles Athletics Dept. Phone: (231) 591-2860 Faculty Athletic Rep: Dr. Terry Nerbonne Head Coach: Bob Daniels Michigan State ‘82 Hockey Office Phone: (231) 591-2884 Hockey Office E-mail: danielsb@ferris.edu Career Record: 334-362-79 Record at FSU: 334-362-79 Associate Head and Assistant Coaches: Drew Famulak Mark Kaufman Wisconsin-Sup. ’90 Michigan State ’84 Strength & Conditioning Coach/ Video Coordinator : Dave Cencer (231) 629-7885 Athletic Trainer: Dave Lucey (231) 250-7931 Hockey Athletic Trainer: Tim Glover (231) 250-2990 Equipment Manager: Ben Mumah (231) 250-2773

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Rob Bentley Office Phone: (231) 591-3821 Office Fax: (231) 591-3775 Cell Phone: (231) 349-1934 E-mail: bentleyr@ferris.edu Address: 210 Sports Drive Sports Complex 002 Big Rapids, MI 49307-2741 School Website: www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com Press Box Phone: (231) 591-2397

Forward Single Season: 79 - Chris Kunitz (2002-03) Career: 208 - Paul Lowden (1983-87) Defenseman Single Season: 49 - Jim File (1983-84) Career: 150 - Jim File (1980-84) Freshman 56 - Paul Cook (1979-80)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 30 - Mike Brown (2002-03) Career: 63 - Mike Brown (2001-05) Single Season: 2.02 - Pat Nagle (2009-10) Career: 2.18 - Phil Osaer (1998-01) Single Season: .925 - Mike Brown (2002-03) Career: Career: .917 - Taylor Nelson (2008-12) Single Season: 4 - Mike Brown (2002-03) Vince Owen (1998-99) Career: 10 - Mike Brown (2001-05)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .803 – 22-5-1 (2002-03); Overall - .795 – 17-4-1 (1976-77) Most Wins: CCHA - 22 (2002-03); Overall - 31 (2002-03) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 15 - 13-0-2 (11/3/90-12/30/90) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 17 - 0-13-4 (1/20/89-10/20/89) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st (2002-03, 2011-12) Trips to the Joe: 4 (MR) 2010 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 2nd (2002-03) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 2 (2003, 2012) NCAA Frozen Four Appearance: 1 (2012) MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT EWIGLEBEN ICE ARENA November 11, 2000 – Ferris State Bulldogs vs. Michigan Wolverines

FSU jumps to a 5-1 lead and holds on to a league victory over Michigan before a sellout crowd. Five different Bulldogs produce a goal with Derrick McIver claiming the game winner on his first collegiate tally. The Wolverines net their final goal at 18:52 of the third period setting up a wild finish which culminates in a scuffle at the final horn as both teams are assessed a combined 94 penalty minutes. FSU 5 - UM 4

November 21, 2009 – Ferris State Bulldogs vs. Ohio State Buckeyes

Casey Haines scores the game-winning goal with 21.9 seconds remaining in overtime as Ferris State overcomes a 5-2 early third-period deficit to record the weekend league series sweep and extend its unbeaten streak to six straight (4-0-2). The Bulldogs scored three unanswered times in the third period, which featured Cody Chupp’s equalizer with just 50.3 seconds left in regulation. FSU 3 - UNO 2 (OT)

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Mike Brown is Ferris State’s career leader in wins (63) and shutouts (10).

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Joined CCHA: 1972-73

CCHA Record: 478-470-110

All-Time: 868-682-145

TOP SCORER RETURNS – Senior forward Domenic Monardo tied for sixth nationally in game-winning goals with five in the 201112 season. Monardo, the winner of the 2012 Terry Flanagan Award, recorded no gamewinning goals during his first two seasons with the Lakers. Monardo will also return as the team’s leader in points (11-18-29).

EXTRA MAN ADVANTAGE – During a twoyear period, LSSU has improved from nearly worst to first in CCHA power-play percentage. The Lakers were ranked 11th in power-play percentage at .138 in 2009-10 against league opponents. They’ve since improved to 6th place with a .158 percentage in 2010-11, and then 2nd place in 2011-12 with a .204 percentage. Last season’s percentage is the Lakers’ highest in the CCHA since they finished at .263 in 1995-96.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

FUTURE BIG TEN FOES – The Lakers host three notable powerhouses in Ohio State, Michigan and Michigan State this season. The future Big Ten Conference members will be making possibly their last appearance in the Taffy Abel Arena. The Buckeyes visit LSSU Nov. 23-24, the Wolverines visit Jan. 18-19 and the Spartans head north on Oct. 26-27. The Lakers were 3-4-3 against Big Ten opponents in 2011-12. UPWARD CURVE – Senior forward Nick McParland and junior forward Colin Campbell dramatically increased their point production from 2010-11 to 2011-12. As a sophomore, McParland totaled 6-4-10 in 2010-11. In 2011-12, McParland more than doubled his numbers, recording a 14-13-27 total. Campbell improved from 4-3-7 as a rookie to 9-16-25 as a sophomore last season.

CENTURY MARK – Lake Superior recorded its highest overall goal total with 102 goals last season since scoring 110 goals in 200809. The Lakers ranked eighth in the CCHA in overall goals-for at 2.55 goals-per game. The Lakers have scored more than 100 goals three times during the past 10 years. KAPALKA ON TRACK – Heading into the 201213 season, junior goaltender Kevin Kapalka is second in career save percentage (.920), fourth in career goals-against average (2.52) and ninth in career wins (29) at LSSU. He is also second at LSSU in CCHA career save percentage (.920) and third in CCHA career goals-against (2.49).

Sat. 6 RYERSON UNIVERSITY # Thu. 11 MICHIGAN TECH * Sat. 13 at Michigan Tech * Fri 19 at Bemidji State * Sat. 20 at Bemidji State * Fri. 26 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 27 MICHIGAN STATE

7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

November Fri. 2 at Alaska Sat. 3 at Alaska Fri. 9 FERRIS STATE Sat. 10 FERRIS STATE Sat. 16 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE * Sun. 17 ALABAMA-HUNSTVILLE * Fri. 23 OHIO STATE Sat. 24 OHIO STATE Fri. 30 at Notre Dame

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

December Sat. 1 at Notre Dame Fri. 7 at Miami Sat. 8 at Miami Fri. 14 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Sat. 15 NORTHERN MICHIGAN

7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

January

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/7, F 12/4, D 5/3, G 3/0 Key Returnees: Colin Campbell, F, JR (9-16-25); Kevin Czuczman, D, SO (2-11-13); Kevin Kapalka, G, SO (17-14-5, 2.67 GAA, .916 Spct.); Nick McParland, F, SR (14-1327); Domenic Monardo, F, SR (11-18-29) Key Losses: Fred Cassiani, F (7-15-22); Kyle Haines, D (6-17-23); Zach Trotman, D (11-10-21); Kyle Jean, F (12-12-24) NHL Draft Picks (0) Impact Freshmen: Eric Drapluk, D, Coulee Region (NAHL); Zach Loesch, D, Pembroke (CJHL); Austin McKay, F, Drayton (AJHL) 2011-12 Predicted Ranking/Actual Ranking: 10th/7th 2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: Team Defense Rank: Power Play Rank: Penalty Killing Rank: Returning Goals Points

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October

CCHA-8th (2.54) CCHA-T-8th (2.82) CCHA-1st (.204) CCHA-8th (.822)

All Players 65 (63.7%) 179 (65.5%)

Forwards 62 (76.5%) 151(75.9%)

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

February Fri. 1 at Bowling Green Sat. 2 at Bowling Green Fri. 15 ALASKA Sat. 16 ALASKA Fri. 22 MIAMI Sat. 23 MIAMI

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 at Northern Michigan Sat. 2 at Northern Michigan

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

Overall-8th (2.55) Overall-9th (2.70) Overall-6th (.176) Overall-10th (.825) Defense 3 (14.3%) 28 (37.8%)

Fri. 4 UNION * Sat. 5 UNION * Fri. 11 at Western Michigan Sat. 12 at Western Michigan Fri. 18 MICHIGAN Sat. 19 MICHIGAN Fri. 25 at Ohio State Sat. 26 at Ohio State

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No. 6 27 11 20 24 29 25 30 19 17 9 10 26 1 14 5 12 7 31 16 18 3 33 28 15 21

Name Kelin Ainsworth Matt Bruneteau Colin Campbell Chris Ciotti Kevin Czuczman Andrew Dommett Eric Drapluk Kevin Kapalka Kellan Lain Zach Loesch Austin McKay Nick McParland Domenic Monardo Kevin Murdock Stephen Perfetto Andrew Perrault Ben Power Dan Radke Niels-Erik Ravn Buddy Robinson Bryce Schmitt Pete Spratte Zach Sternberg Daniel Vernace Brett Wall T.J. Wees

Pos. F D F F D F D G F D F F F G F D F F G F F D D F F D

Yr. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So.

Ht. 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-2 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-5 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-2

Wt. Sh. 175 L 200 L 201 R 175 R 195 L 190 L 200 R 201 R 221 L 210 L 225 L 200 L 189 R 180 R 170 L 195 L 179 R 184 L 188 L 225 R 185 R 185 L 188 R 180 R 186 R 196 L

Age 20 22 21 22 21 22 20 23 23 20 21 24 24 22 21 23 22 21 23 21 20 21 22 20 23 22

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Thunder Bay, ON/Traverse City (NAHL) Omaha, NE/Lincoln (USHL) Pickering, ON/Vaughan (OJHL) Washington, MI/St. Louis (NAHL) Port Elgin, ON/Newmarket (OJHL) Major, SK/Kindersley (SJHL) Pembroke Pines, FL/Coulee Region (NAHL) Mississauga, ON/Vaughan (OJHL) Oakville, ON/Oakville (OJHL) White Bear Lake, MN/Pembroke (CJHL) Toronto, ON/Drayton (AJHL) Schreiber, ON/Oakville (OJHL) Oakville, ON/Aurora (OJHL) Bradenton, FL/Lincoln (USHL) Woodbridge, ON/Kingston (OJHL) Grand Coulee, SK/Weyburn (SJHL) Montreal, QU/Kingston (OJHL) Orinda, CA/Traverse City (NAHL) Boucherville, QU/Ottawa (CJHL) Bellmaur, NJ/Nepean (CCHL) Minto, ND/Bismarck (NAHL) Rochester, MN/Fairbanks (NAHL) Toronto, ON/Nepean (CJHL) Toronto, ON/Trenton (OJHL) Huber Heights, OH/Alexandria (NAHL) Golden, CO/Weyburn (SJHL)

Nick McParland

Kevin Kapalka

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE LAKERS

2012-13 LAKERS

Colin Campbell

* Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Class: SR (4) JR (9) SO (7) FR (6)

Senior forward Domenic Monardo (right) led Lake Superior State in scoring last season with 11 goals, including five gamewinning goals, and 29 points.

Average Height: 6-1/2 Average Weight: 193.2 lbs. Average Age: 21 years, 6 months Shot: Left (16) - Right (10) Nationality: American (12), Canadian (14)

...by the numbers # 1 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17

Name Pos Kevin Murdock G Pete Spratte D Andrew Perrault D Kelin Ainsworth F Dan Radke F Austin McKay F Nick McParland F Colin Campbell F Ben Power F Stephen Perfetto F Brett Wall F Buddy Robinson F Zach Loesch D

Yr. JR FR JR SO JR FR SR JR SR SO SO SO FR

# 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33

Name Pos Bryce Schmitt F Kellan Lain F Chris Ciotti F T.J. Wees D Kevin Czuczman D Eric Drapluk D Domenic Monardo F Matt Bruneteau D Daniel Vernace F Andrew Dommett F Kevin Kapalka G Niels-Erik Ravn G Zach Sternberg D

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2011-12 LAKE SUPERIOR STATISTICS

OVERALL (18-17-5)

# NAME GP G A 26 Domenic Monardo 39 11 18 10 Nick McParland 39 14 13 11 Colin Campbell 37 9 16 9 Kyle Jean 39 12 12 17 Kyle Haines 40 6 17 13 Fred Cassiani 40 7 15 4 Zach Trotman 40 11 10 19 Kellan Lain 38 9 6 20 Chris Ciotti 39 5 8 24 Kevin Czuczman 40 2 11 7 Dan Radke 27 3 8 16 Buddy Robinson 39 5 5 12 Ben Power 31 3 7 14 Stephen Perfetto 38 3 7 5 Andrew Perrault 38 0 6 33 Zach Sternberg 27 1 4 27 Matt Bruneteau 40 0 4 6 Kyle Pobur 32 1 1 18 Brian Cooper 9 0 1 22 Nick Shkreli 11 0 1 29 Andrew Dommett 28 0 1 15 Brett Wall 1 0 0 1 Kevin Murdock 5 0 0 21 T.J. Wees 5 0 0 30 Kevin Kapalka 37 0 0 Bench Lake Superior Totals 40 102 171 Opponent Totals 40 108 190

PTS 29 27 25 24 23 22 21 15 13 13 11 10 10 10 6 5 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2/4 273 298

PIM PP SH 9/18 4 0 11/33 2 0 11/22 2 0 16/54 2 0 9/18 2 0 3/6 1 1 6/12 6 0 20/59 5 0 7/14 0 0 13/26 1 0 2/4 3 0 13/37 0 0 1/2 0 0 6/12 0 3 15/30 0 0 7/14 0 0 14/28 0 0 8/16 0 0 1/2 0 0 2/4 0 0 2/4 0 0 1/2 0 0 0 0 0 3/6 0 0 0 0 0 182/427 28 4 187/404 25 4

GW 5 3 0 0 1 1 2 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 17

+/- -3 +3 E +3 -3 -5 -1 -4 -6 -1 -2 +1 E -3 -8 +3 -4 -3 -2 -2 -8 -1 -1 -3 -5 -- --

CONFERENCE (11-13-4-4)

CAREER

GP 27 27 26 27 28 28 28 27 28 28 20 28 21 26 26 19 28 22 6 9 23 0 3 2 27 28 28

GP 114 103 74 77 134 153 114 76 39 40 60 39 106 38 77 47 71 54 10 23 28 16 10 5 69

G 29 23 13 13 13 30 19 13 5 2 6 5 10 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A PTS 41 70 20 43 19 32 25 38 29 42 39 69 30 49 10 23 8 13 11 13 12 18 5 10 28 38 7 10 9 10 5 6 9 9 2 4 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

-- --

-- --

-- --

G 9 10 7 10 4 6 6 6 3 1 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71 79

OVERALL # Name 30 Kevin Kapalka 1 Kevin Murdock TM EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 13 22 7/14 3 0 4 -1 8 18 8/27 2 0 1 -1 12 19 9/18 2 0 0 E 9 19 14/50 2 0 0 +3 11 15 7/14 2 0 1 -2 10 16 3/6 0 1 1 -3 9 15 4/8 3 0 1 -6 5 11 15/49 4 0 2 -5 3 6 5/10 0 0 0 -6 8 9 10/20 1 0 0 -5 7 9 1/2 2 0 1 -1 2 5 11/33 0 0 0 E 4 6 -- 0 0 0 -3 6 8 6/12 0 2 0 -2 4 4 7/14 0 0 0 -5 4 4 5/10 0 0 0 +2 4 4 9/18 0 0 0 -2 1 1 7/14 0 0 0 -5 0 0 1/2 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2/4 0 0 0 -3 1 1 2/4 0 0 0 -7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 2/4 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 -8 2/4 121 192 137/337 21 3 11 -- 136 215 132/294 19 4 13 --

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C ONFERENCE

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 37 2177:59 97 2.67 1058 .916 17 14 5 5 236:03 7 1.78 110 .940 1 3 0 20 15:59 4 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 40 2430:01 108 2.67 1168 .915 18 17 5 40 2430:01 102 2.52 1076 .913 17 18 5

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 27 1571:59 73 2.79 771 .914 11 11 4 3 117:35 3 1.53 65 .956 0 2 0 15 11:08 3 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1700:42 79 2.79 836 .914 11 13 4 28 1700:42 71 2.50 756 .914 13 11 4

2011-12 RESULTS

October

1 at Alabama-Hunstville * W

2 14 15 21 22 27 28

at Alabama-Huntsville* W MICHIGAN STATE W MICHIGAN STATE W BOWLING GREEN L BOWLING GREEN W at Miami W(OT) at Miami W

November

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4 5 11 12 19 20 25 26

BEMIDJI STATE* BEMIDJI STATE* at Ferris State at Ferris State at Canisius* at Canisius* NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME

L(OT) W L T(SW) T(OT) W L W

3-2 2-1 5-4 3-2 0-1 4-1 3-2 5-3

2485 1060 2515 3451 1839 2147 2749 2841

2-3 2-1 1-5 1-1 2-2 4-2 1-4 5-2

2011 2038 1693 1811 603 511 1806 1998

December 2 at Ohio State

3 at Ohio State 9 NORTHERN MICHIGAN 10 NORTHERN MICHIGAN 29 at Vermont* 30 RIT*

January

3 WESTERN ONTARIO # 6 at Michigan 7 at Michigan 13 MIAMI 14 MIAMI 20 at Michigan State 21 at Michigan State 27 OHIO STATE 28 OHIO STATE

L L L W W L

2-5 1-2 1-2 4-1 5-3 1-3

3284 2722 2594 2572 3506 3424

W L T(SW) L W L T(SW) W T(SW)

3-2 2-4 2-2 1-2 4-3 2-4 2-2 1-0 4-4

2720 6637 6637 1953 2332 4766 4861 2016 2696

February 3 U.S. NTDP #

10 11 17 18 24 25

at Alaska at Alaska WESTERN MICHIGAN WESTERN MICHIGAN at Northern Michigan at Northern Michigan

March

2 ALASKA %

3 ALASKA % 9 at Western Michigan % 10 at Western Michigan %

W W L L W L L

4-3 4-2 2-3 1-3 3-2 2-6 3-5

1592 2924 3007 2211 2301 3138 3568

W W L L

4-3 2-0 2-4 2-5

1121 1379 2055 2658

* - Non-conference Game % - CCHA Tournament # - Exhibition

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Jim Roque is in his eighth season behind the bench as head coach for the Lakers.

Jim Roque’s involvement in Lake Superior State hockey spans three decades, including eight seasons as the Lakers’ head coach. Roque stormed onto the head coaching scene in 2005-06 by leading LSSU to its first winning season in six years and to its first home-ice berth in the CCHA playoffs since 1999-00. During his second season, the Lakers finished 21-19-3 and reached the CCHA Tournament at Joe Louis Arena for the first time since 1995-96. That was Roque’s winningest season to date, and last year the Lakers finished 18-17-5 to amass the second-highest win total during his tenure. The Lakers are 103-125-44 during the past seven seasons. The 2012-13 squad returns Domenic Monardo, Nick McParland and Colin Campbell, who helped the Lakers record more than 100 goals for the

first time since 2008-09 and helped lead the CCHA in power-play percentage in 2011-12. Under Roque’s guidance, the Lakers posted CCHA first-round playoff series wins on home ice in both 2011 and 2012. Roque became the ninth coach in the 42-year history of Laker hockey when he replaced Frank Anzalone in June of 2005. He is the second former Laker player to take the helm of the LSSU program. Roque’s most-recent of three LSSU assistant coaching stints ran from 2001-02 through 2004-05. Previously, he was an assistant coach for the Lakers from 1988-91 and also in 1994-95. After six seasons as an assistant at Clarkson University, he returned to LSSU again in 2001. Roque also coached in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League from 1991-93. After graduating from LSSU in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in management, the Killarney, Ont. native started his coaching career as an assistant under Anzalone and stayed on to work with former coach Jeff Jackson. This is his 16th overall season as a coach at LSSU. Roque played for the Lakers from 1983-87 and totaled 56 goals and 144 career points, which ranks 19th on the Lakers’career points list. Roque was a part of the first recruiting class brought in by Anzalone and was also a member of the first Laker squad to advance to the NCAA Tournament in 1985. The only other former Laker who went on to become the program’s head coach was Rick Comley, who retired in 2011 as head coach of the Michigan State Spartans. He coached at LSSU from 1973-76.

Memorable Moments

Roque was on the LSSU coaching staff when it won the 1988 NCAA Championship, and he recruited the majority of the 1992 title team. He played a role in all five NCAA Tournament appearances and was part of two CCHA playoff titles and two regularseason titles. At Clarkson, he was also a part of three Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) regular-season titles, four NCAA Tournament berths and one playoff championship. He and his wife, Julia, have two children—Emma (17) and Abby (15).

ROQUE BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 2005-pres. Lake Superior Career Lake Superior

Overall Conference 103-125-44 65-96-35 103-125-44 65-96-35

LSSU COACHING HISTORY

Year School 1966-73 Ron Mason 1973-76 Rick Comley 1976-81 Rick Yeo 1981-82 Bill Selman 1982-90 Frank Anzalone 1990-96 Jeff Jackson 1996-01 Scott Borek 2001-05 Frank Anzalone 2005-pres Jim Roque

Overall Conference 129-47-8 9-3-0 59-46-3 16-15-1 69-97-5 29-68-3 26-30-3 16-26-2 191-108-22 139-80-19 180-52-25 120-38-23 76-94-15 62-68-13 32-97-20 22-76-14 103-125-44 65-96-35

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE LAKERS

JIM ROQUE HEAD COACH

2012-13 LAKERS STAFF

Nov. 3, 1972 – Lake Superior State makes its CCHA debut by losing 4-3 at home to St. Louis. Gene Motuzas scores the Lakers’ first CCHA goal. Julio Francella has a goal and four assists as the Lakers come back to win 7-3 on Nov. 4 and split their inaugural CCHA series. March 14, 1983 – Forward Steve Mulholland becomes the first Laker and third player in CCHA history to be named to the CCHA All-Academic Team in three straight years. March 2, 1985 – LSSU beats Michigan 7-6 to complete a CCHA first-round sweep and

advance to the CCHA semifinals in Detroit for the first time in school history. The Lakers also reach the CCHA finals to secure their first NCAA Tournament berth.

March 2, 1988 – Mark Vermette scores at 4:46 in overtime to give the Lakers a 4-3 victory

Dr. Tony McLain President

Kris Dunbar

Athletic Director

over St. Lawrence and their first of three NCAA Championships during a seven-year period. Goaltender Bruce Hoffort is named most valuable player of the NCAA Tournament.

April 4, 1992 – The Lakers come back from a 2-0 deficit to beat Wisconsin 5-3 in the championship game of the 1992 NCAA Tournament in Albany, N.Y. Paul Constantin scores LSSU’s first goal of the game and is named the tournament’s MVP. Brian Rolston, Mark Astley and Darrin Madeley are named to the all-tournament team.

Tim Christian

Assistant Coach

Doug Laprade

Assistant Coach

Feb. 26, 1994 – Goaltender Blaine Lacher totals 46 saves as the Lakers defeat IllinoisChicago, 6-1. Lacher begins his stretch of an NCAA record 375:01 scoreless minutes in goal that lasts until March 20, 1994. His streak includes an NCAA record five consecutive shutouts. Dec. 1, 2006 – Goaltender Jeff Jakaitis

Blaine Lacher records 29 saves, including 14 during the third period, to lead LSSU to a 2-0 victory over Northern Michigan and earn his school-record 10th career shutout.

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Linda Bouvet SID

Brian Snyder

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Taffy Abel Arena - Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points Taffy Abel Arena

Re-opened: 1995

DIRECTIONS TO LSSU From the South: Take I-75 North to exit #394 (last exit before toll booth). Turn right at stop sign, go up hill, Norris Center is on the right. From the West: Take M-28 or US-2 to 75 North and follow the directions above.

TAFFY ABEL ARENA Clarence “Taffy” Abel Arena was the dream of former athletic director/coach Jeff Jackson. An ambitious undertaking, the “Gem of the North” project renovated the former James Norris Arena into a facility capable of holding events ranging from hockey to concerts, conventions and convocations. The reconstructed arena re-opened on Oct. 28, 1995. A major contribution from the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians was the key component in the redesign of the home of Laker Hockey. The arena is named in honor of the late Sault Ste. Marie hockey legend, Clarence “Taffy” Abel, a Native American and the first player inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame. Abel retired from the National Hockey League with two Stanley Cup rings and the title of “Michigan Mountain.” Assistance from the Ilitch family, owners of the Detroit Red Wings, helped to complete the project. Taffy Abel Arena includes a full-bowl layout with 4,000 chair seats, a renovated Laker Hockey locker room and weight room, five locker rooms for youth teams, concession facilities, convenient restrooms, 16 sky boxes, classroom and office space, a press box and a pro shop.

Arena: Taffy Abel Arena (4,000) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Ken Hopper (906) 635-2381 Ticket Manager: Nancy LeGreve Box Office: (906) 635-2602 Home Game Times: 7:35 p.m. on Friday and 7:05 p.m. on Saturday Press Box: (906) 635-7501

Capacity: 4,000

LSSU FACTS Location: 650 W. Easterday Ave. Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 Nickname: Lakers Enrollment: 3,000 Founded: 1946 Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Joined CCHA: 1972-73 CCHA record: 478-470-110 All-time record: 868-682-145 President: Dr. Tony McLain Athletic Director: Kris Dunbar Lake Superior ‘92 Athletic Dir. Phone: (906) 635-2625 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Brian Synder Head Coach: Jim Roque (LSSU ‘87) Hockey Office Phone: (906) 635-6665 Hockey Office E-mail: jroque@lssu.edu Career Record: 103-125-44 Record at LSSU: 103-125-44 Assistant Coaches: Tim Christian Doug Laprade Ferris State ‘95 Lake Superior ‘91 Athletic Trainer: TBD Equipment Manager: Paul Prucha (906) 635-7546 Affiliation: NCAA Division I (hockey only); NCAA Division II

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Linda Bouvet Asst. SID/Hockey Contact: Dianna Allen Office Phone: (906) 635-2601 Office Fax: (906) 635-2753 E-mail: lbouvet@lssu.edu, dallen@lssu.edu Athletic Department Phone: (906) 635-2627 Address: 650 W. Easterday Ave. Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 School Web site: lssulakers.com Press Box Phone: (906) 635-7501

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 46, Mark Vermette, 1987-88 Career: 113 - Randy McArthur (1966-70) Single Season: 25 - Tom Davies (1973-74) Career: 52 - Bill Slewidge (1971-74) 26 - Steve Mullholland (1979-80) Single Season: 67 - Jim Dowd (1989-90) Career: 183 - Jim Dowd (1987-91) Single Season: 37 - Mark Astley (1991-92) Career: 118 - Tom Davies (1970-74) 48 - Doug Weight (1989-90) Single Season: 92 - Jim Dowd (1989-90) Career: 274 - Jim Dowd (1987-91) Single Season: 61 - Tom Davies (1973-74) Career: 154 - Tom Davies (1970-74) 69 - Doug Weight (1989-90)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 29 - Darrin Madeley (1990-91) Career: 75 - Darrin Madeley (1989-92) Single Season: 1.98 - Blaine Lacher (1993-94) Career: 2.36 - Darrin Madeley (1989-92) Single Season: .933 - Jeff Jakaitis (2003-04) Career: .925 - Jeff Jakaitis (2003-2007) Single Season: 6 - Blaine Lacher (1993-94) Career: 10 - Jeff Jakaitis (2003-07)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .928 (1990-91); Overall - .878 (1990-91) Most Wins: CCHA - 26 (1990-91); Overall - 36 (1990-91) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 13 (1990 -91)*; Overall - 15 (1990-91) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 12 (2002-03); Overall - 14 (2002-03) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - four times (MR) 1996 Trips to the Joe: 12 (MR) 2007 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - four times (MR) 1995 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 10 (MR) 1996 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 4 (MR) 1994 NCAA Championships: 3 (MR) 1994 MR - Most Recent * - Includes 4 CCHA Playoff wins; 10 in 1992-93 is the regular-season record.

MEMORABLE GAMES AT TAFFY ABEL ARENA March 2, 1986 - Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Lake Superior Lakers

Paul Jerrard scored at 4:47 of overtime to clinch a three-game CCHA First-Round Playoff series victory over Ohio State and secure the first of several trips to Joe Louis Arena. LSSU jumped to a 2-1 first-period lead on power-play goals by Jim Roque and Scott Johnson. LSSU 3, OSU 2 (OT)

February 19, 1988 - Michigan State Spartans vs. Lake Superior Lakers

Kord Cernich scored two goals at the Lakers swept the home series and avenged a 4-2 loss and 4-4 tie against the Spartans from earlier in the season. Those wins were part of an 11-game unbeaten streak for the Lakers, who went on to win their first NCAA title in Lake Placid, N.Y. LSSU 7, MSU 2

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Fo r m e r L S S U g o a l i e J e f f Ja k a i t i s i s t h e Lakers’ career leader in both shutouts (10) and save percentage at .925.

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Joined CCHA:1981-82 ON THE YOUNG SIDE - Miami fields a young squad, welcoming 13 newcomers to join its 13 returners from a year ago. Of the 26 players on the roster, 18 are freshmen or sophomores. The RedHawks will be looking to replace the fourthwinningest class in school history, after last year’s 10 seniors recorded 99 career wins, went to four NCAA Tournaments, two Frozen Fours, and won a Mason Cup and a CCHA regularseason title. OUTDOOR ACTION - The RedHawks will play in their first outdoor game when they face off against Notre Dame at Soldier Field in Chicago on Feb. 17. The game will be part of a doubleheader with Wisconsin and Minnesota. This season Miami is set to face a non-conference opponent from each of the other four Division I conferences. The RedHawks open against Colgate of the ECAC and Providence of Hockey East. In December, the RedHawks will take part in the Pittsburgh College Hockey Invitational, featuring Robert Morris of Atlantic Hockey, and in January, they will play Wisconsin of the WCHA. FRESHMEN IN NET - Miami will have a new look between the pipes this season. After four years of outstanding goaltending from the duo of Cody Reichard and Connor Knapp, the

CCHA Record: 399-431-84

All-Time: 614-598-102

RedHawks’ freshmen goalies Ryan McKay and Jay Williams will have big skates to fill. Knapp set the career goals-against average record at Miami (1.94), while Reichard finished third (2.10). McKay was the Co-USHL Goaltender of the Year and earned USA Hockey Goalie of the Year honors last season while leading Green Bay to the Clark Cup title (playoffs) and the USHL regular-season title.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

STREAKING - The RedHawks will be looking to make their eighth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance this season. Their current streak of seven consecutive appearances is the third-longest active streak nationally, behind only Michigan’s 22 and North Dakota’s 10. SECOND-YEAR SCORERS - Miami’s sophomore class had a stellar freshmen campaign, scoring 40.2 percent of the team’s goals (49 of 122), with at least one freshman scoring a goal in 27 of Miami’s 41 games last season. The newcomers also accounted for 122 of the team’s 323 points (37.8 percent). The entire class will return except for forward Tyler Biggs, who had nine goals and 17 points before deciding to turn pro. The sophomore class will again be led by CCHA All-Rookie Team member Austin Czarnik, who had 27 assists and 37 points last year.

October Sun. 7 WESTERN ONTARIO # Fri. 12 COLGATE * Sat. 13 COLGATE * Fri. 19 PROVIDENCE * Sat. 20 PROVIDENCE* Fri. 26 at Michigan Sat. 27 at Michigan

4:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

November Fri. 2 at Ferris State Sat. 3 at Ferris State Fri. 9 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Sat. 10 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Fri. 16 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 17 MICHIGAN STATE Fri. 30 at Alaska

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 at Alaska 7:05 p.m. Fri. 7 LAKE SUPERIOR 7:35 p.m. Sat. 8 LAKE SUPERIOR 7:05 p.m. Fri. 14 at Ohio State 7:05 p.m. Sat. 15 at Ohio State 8:05 p.m. Three Rivers Classic at Pittsburgh Fri. 28 vs. Ohio State * 7:30 p.m. Sat. 29 vs. Penn St. or Robert Morris * 4:30/7:30 p.m.

January Fri. 11 at Northern Michigan Sat. 12 at Northern Michigan Fri. 18 at Wisconsin * Sat. 19 at Wisconsin * Fri. 25 BOWLING GREEN Sat. 26 BOWLING GREEN

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK

February

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/12; 6/6 F, 4/3 D, 0/3 G Key Returnees: Blake Coleman, F, SO (12-11-23); Austin Czarnik, F, SO (10-27-37); Joe Hartman, D, SR (1-3-4); Curtis McKenzie, F, SR (5-12-17); Jimmy Mullin, F, SO (1115-26); Steven Spinell, D, SR (1-11-12) Key Losses: Alden Hirschfeld, F (11-13-24); Connor Knapp, G (15-8-0, 1.69 GAA, .933 Spct.); Cody Reichard, G (9-7-2, 2.47 GAA, .900 Spct.); Reilly Smith, F (30-1848); Chris Wideman, D (4-20-24) NHL Draft Picks (5): Riley Barber (WSH ‘12); Blake Coleman (NJD ’11); Sean Kuraly (SJS ‘11); Jimmy Mullin (TB ‘10); Curtis McKenzie (DAL ’09) Impact Freshmen: Riley Barber, F, U.S. NTDP (USHL); Matthew Caito, D, Dubuque (USHL); Chris Joyaux, D, Chicago (USHL); Sean Kuraly, F, Indiana (USHL); Ryan McKay, G, Green Bay (USHL) 2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 2nd/4th 2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: Team Defense Rank: Power Play Rank: Penalty Killing Rank: Returning Goals Points | 34 |

CCHA – T-5th (2.64) CCHA – 1st (1.96) CCHA – 10th (10.3) CCHA – 2nd (85.9)

All Players 55 (45.0%) 157 (48.4%)

Forwards 52 (45.6%) 133 (51.8%)

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Fri. 1 ALASKA 7:35 p.m. Sat. 2 ALASKA 7:05 p.m. Fri. 8 at Western Michigan 7:05 p.m. Sat. 9 at Western Michigan 7:05 p.m. Fri. 15 NOTRE DAME 7:35 p.m. Sun. 17 NOTRE DAME (Soldier Field) TBA Fri. 22 at Lake Superior 7:35 p.m. Sat. 23 at Lake Superior 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 OHIO STATE 7:35 p.m. Sat. 2 OHIO STATE 7:05 p.m. Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

Overall – 2nd (2.98) Overall – 1st (2.10) Overall – 9th (15.1) Overall – 4th (85.2) Defense 3 (37.5%) 24 (36.3%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 11 8 25 19 7 18 12 27 26 32 5 24 9 21 35 16

Name Pos. Yr. Riley Barber F Fr. Matthew Caito D Fr. Blake Coleman F So. Max Cook F Jr. Austin Czarnik F So. John Doherty F Fr. Alex Gacek F Fr. Marc Hagel F Sr. Joe Hartman D Sr. Anthony Jacaruso G So. Chris Joyaux D Fr. Garrett Kennedy D Sr. Sean Kuraly F Fr. Steve Mason F Sr. Ryan McKay G Fr. Curtis McKenzie F Sr.

Ht. 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2

Wt. 185 194 201 189 160 191 166 196 204 165 194 192 195 178 225 209

Sh. R R L R R L R R R L R L L L L L

Age 18 19 20 22 19 19 19 24 23 21 20 23 19 24 20 21

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Livonia, MI/US NTDP (USHL) Coto de Caza, CA/Dubuque (USHL) Plano, TX/Indiana (USHL) Frankfort, IL/Indiana (USHL) Washington, MI/Green Bay (USHL) Elmhurst, IL/Indiana (USHL) Dracut, MA/Youngstown (USHL) Hamilton, ON/Princeton (ECAC) St. Cloud, MN/Indiana (USHL) Hillsborough, NJ/Port Huron (NAHL) Bloomingdale, IL/Chicago (USHL) Brighton, MI/Indiana (USHL) Dublin, OH/Indiana (USHL) Tilburg, Netherlands/Nanaimo (BCHL) Palatine, IL/Green Bay (USHL) Golden, BC/Penticton (BCHL)

6 22 20 14 15 28 2 44 10 1

Michael Mooney Kevin Morris Jimmy Mullin Cody Murphy Bryon Paulazzo Ben Paulides Taylor Richart Steven Spinell Alex Wideman Jay Williams

6-1 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-2 5-7 6-2

195 189 168 168 195 209 172 216 151 184

R L R L L R R R L L

21 19 20 21 23 21 20 22 20 19

Eden Prairie, MN/Alexandria (NAHL) Massena, NY/Dubuque (USHL) Cincinnati, OH/Fargo (USHL) Highwood, IL/Tri City (USHL) Redwood City, CA/Indiana (USHL) Los Gatos, CA/Youngstown (USHL) Blaine, MN/Fargo (USHL) Vernon Hills, IL/Fargo (USHL) St. Louis, MO/Indiana (USHL) McLean, VA/Sioux Falls (USHL)

D F F F F D D D F G

Fr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr.

Steven Spinell

MIAMI REDHAWKS

2012-13 REDHAWKS

Curtis McKenzie

Jimmy Mullin

* Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (6), JR (2), SO (7), FR (11)

Sophomore forward Austin Czarnik (right) is Miami’s top returning scorer after finishing second on the team last season with 10 goals and 37 points.

Average Height: 5’11.7” Average Weight: 187.0 lbs. Average Age: 20 years., 8 months. Shot: Left (13) - Right (13) Nationality: American (23), Canadian (2), Netherlands (1)

...by the numbers # 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16

Name Pos. Jay Williams G Taylor Richart D Chris Joyaux D Michael Mooney D Austin Czarnik F Matthew Caito D Sean Kuraly F Alex Wideman F Riley Barber F Alex Gacek F Cody Murphy F Bryon Paulazzo F Curtis McKenzie F

Yr. FR FR FR FR SO FR FR SO FR FR SO JR SR

# 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 32 35 44

Name Pos. Yr. John Doherty F FR Max Cook F JR Jimmy Mullin F SO Steve Mason F SR Kevin Morris F FR Garrett Kennedy D SR Blake Coleman F SO Joe Hartman D SR Marc Hagel F SR Ben Paulides D SO Anthony Jacaruso G SO Ryan McKay G FR Steven Spinell D SR

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2011-12 MIAMI STATISTICS

OVERALL (24-15-2)

# NAME 18 Reilly Smith 7 Austin Czarnik 20 Jimmy Mullin 23 Alden Hirschfeld 6 Chris Wideman 25 Blake Coleman 22 Tyler Biggs 16 Curtis McKenzie 13 Trent Vogelhuber 5 Cameron Schilling 15 Bryon Paulazzo 27 Matt Tomassoni 44 Steven Spinell 10 Alex Wideman 12 Patrick Tiesling 14 Cody Murphy 28 Ben Paulides 26 Joe Hartman 4 Will Weber 19 Max Cook 24 Garrett Kennedy 21 Steve Mason 31 Connor Knapp 32 Ben Saksa 30 Cody Reichard Bench Miami Totals Opponent Totals

GP G A 39 30 18 40 10 27 37 11 15 41 11 13 41 4 20 39 12 11 37 9 8 40 5 12 39 4 10 39 1 13 32 6 6 39 6 6 41 1 11 29 5 4 38 2 7 18 2 3 23 0 5 40 1 3 40 0 4 17 1 2 22 1 2 7 0 1 24 0 1 1 0 0 21 0 0 -- -- -- 41 122 202 41 86 140

CONFERENCE (15-11-2-1) PTS PIM PP 48 11/22 9 37 10/31 1 26 5/10 1 24 5/10 1 24 16/40 3 23 25/56 2 17 26/63 1 17 19/60 3 14 18/55 0 14 10/20 0 12 13/37 0 12 12/24 0 12 24/59 0 9 6/12 3 9 5/21 0 5 3/6 1 5 5/10 0 4 9/18 0 4 29/69 0 3 2/4 0 3 9/29 0 1 1/2 0 1 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 -- 3/6 -- 324 272/676 25 226 230/559 31

SH 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 8 4

GW 8 0 2 1 1 3 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -- 24 15

+/- +26 +25 +17 +12 +22 +13 +4 +10 +7 +13 +3 E +17 +1 +1 E +13 +8 +3 -2 +9 -2 +32 E +12 -- -- --

GP 28 27 27 28 28 26 26 27 26 26 23 26 28 18 27 10 16 27 28 13 15 4 16 0 15 -- 28 28

G 18 7 7 6 0 9 7 3 2 1 4 2 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- 74 55

CAREER

A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 10 28 9/18 6 1 6 +13 13 20 7/25 0 2 0 +14 11 18 5/10 0 0 1 +10 7 13 4/8 1 1 0 +9 11 11 11/22 0 0 0 +21 5 14 16/35 1 0 3 +10 6 13 18/47 0 1 1 +5 9 12 15/52 1 0 0 +9 6 8 13/45 0 0 1 +5 7 8 8/16 0 0 0 +9 4 8 8/16 0 0 1 +1 6 8 6/12 0 1 0 E 7 8 18/47 0 0 0 +11 3 5 4/8 1 0 1 +2 5 6 5/21 0 0 0 -1 2 4 1/2 1 0 0 +1 2 2 5/10 0 0 0 +6 3 3 3/6 0 0 0 +3 3 3 19/49 0 0 0 +6 0 1 1/2 0 0 1 -1 1 2 7/25 0 0 0 +1 0 0 1/2 0 0 0 -2 1 1 0 0 0 0 +20 0 0 0 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 0 0 +9 -- -- 1/2 -- -- -- -- 122 196 192/494 11 6 15 -- 92 147 160/408 20 1 11 --

GP 121 40 37 134 163 39 37 119 149 144 66 138 109 29 132 18 23 122 154 39 38 38 84 2 92 -- -- --

G 66 10 11 35 12 12 9 18 21 8 10 16 3 5 4 2 0 9 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 -- -- --

A PTS 56 122 27 37 15 26 35 70 83 95 11 23 8 17 38 56 30 51 49 57 13 23 22 38 20 23 4 9 21 25 3 5 5 5 21 30 25 30 4 6 3 5 4 6 3 3 0 0 1 1 -- --- --- --

OVERALL CONFERENCE # Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 31 Connor Knapp 24 1348:51 38 1.69 533 .933 15 8 0 30 Cody Reichard 21 1117:17 46 2.47 414 .900 9 7 2 32 Ben Saksa 1 3:27 0 0.00 1 1.000 0 0 0 TM EMPTY NET 15 10:18 2 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 41 2479:53 86 2.08 948 .917 24 15 2 Opponents........... 41 2479:53 122 2.95 1145 .904 15 24 2

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 16 894:29 21 1.41 358 .945 10 5 0 15 791:17 33 2.50 293 .899 5 6 2 0 0 0 0.00 0 --- 0 0 0 11 8:58 1 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1694:44 55 1.95 651 .922 15 11 2 28 1694:44 74 2.62 794 .915 11 15 2

2011-12 RESULTS

October 2 WINDSOR #

7 8 14 15 21 22 27 28

BEMIDJI STATE * BEMIDJI STATE * at Colgate * at Colgate * at Ferris State at Ferris State LAKE SUPERIOR LAKE SUPERIOR

November 4 at Alaska 5 at Alaska 11 MICHIGAN 12 MICHIGAN 18 BOWLING GREEN 19 BOWLING GREEN 25 PROVIDENCE* 26 at Denver*

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W L W W L(OT) L L L(OT) L

4-1 3-5 3-2 4-3 2-3 2-4 0-2 2-3 3-5

2208 3406 3081 1582 1212 1489 1441 2749 2841

W W W T(SW) W T(OT) W W

2-1 2-1 2-1 3-3 4-0 4-4 6-2 4-2

3115 3211 3407 3628 3105 3158 5032 5596

December

2 at Northern Michigan L 3 at Northern M ichigan L 9 at Ohio State W 10 OHIO STATE L(OT)

January

6 at Michigan State

7 13 14 20 21 27 28

W(OT) at Michigan State W at Lake Superior W at Lake Superior L WESTERN MICHIGAN W WESTERN MICHIGAN W NORTHERN MICHIGAN L NORTHERN MICHIGAN W

February 3 at Michigan

4 at Michigan

L L

1-2 1-5 5-3 2-3

2646 2851 4450 3311

2-1 4-0 2-1 3-4 3-1 4-0 1-2 6-0

6486 4727 1753 2332 2876 2841 2814 3085

1-4 0-3

6637 6637

10 ALABAMA-HUNSTVILLE* W 11 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE* W 17 NOTRE DAME W 18 NOTRE DAME W 24 OHIO STATE W 25 at Ohio State W

March

9 10 16 17 23

vs. Michigan State % vs. Michigan State % vs. Western Michigan ^ vs. Bowling Green ^ vs. UMass Lowell $

W W L W L(OT)

3-1 4-1 3-0 4-1 3-0 5-1

2667 2781 3145 3045 3502 8404

6-0 2206 4-1 2764 2-6 7823 4-1 10421 3-4 5090

# - Exhibition Game * - Non-conference Game % - CCHA Tournament ^ - CCHA Championship $ - NCAA Tournament

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In 13 seasons at Miami, Enrico Blasi is a four-time CCHA Coach of the Year honoree.

Having recently completed his 13th season at the helm of Miami’s hockey program in 201112, head coach Enrico Blasi has elevated the RedHawks into a nationally-prominent program. Miami made its first-ever Frozen Four and NCAA Championship Game appearance in 2009, followed by its second trip to the NCAA Frozen Four in 2010 and won its first CCHA Mason Cup in 2011. A 1994 graduate of Miami, Blasi took over the reins at his alma mater in 1999 as the youngest head coach in Division I hockey After earning 2010 College Hockey News and CollegeHockey247.com National Coach of the Year honors, the 2006 Spencer Penrose Award from the AHCA for National Coach of the Year, and four CCHA Coach of the Year Awards, most recently in 2010, Blasi’s credentials speak for themselves. Having led the RedHawks to two regularseason CCHA Championships, one Mason Cup,

eight trips to the NCAA Tournament, including seven straight, and back-to-back NCAA Frozen Four appearances with the Red and White, Blasi’s “Brotherhood” values of family and togetherness are paying big dividends in Oxford. Over the last seven seasons (since 2005-06), Blasi has led his RedHawks to the second-best winning percentage among all Division I hockey teams, compiling a mark of 182-77-29 (.682). The RedHawks have won at least 20 games each season during that stretch, one of just four teams nationally to do so, while making the NCAA Tournament each year. Blasi has compiled ten 20-win seasons overall in his 13 years. Miami also has produced at least one AHCA All-American each of the last nine years, eight Hobey Baker Award finalists during the nine-year stretch, including Miami’s first winner in Andy Miele in 2011, and back-to-back CCHA Players of the Year with Cody Reichard in 2009-10 and Miele in 2010-11. Under Blasi’s guidance behind the bench, a total of 11 RedHawks have earned All-America status with three being named the CCHA Player of the Year. In 2011-12, Blasi led Miami to a fourth-place finish in the CCHA, the seventh straight year the RedHawks have finished in the top four – the only CCHA team to do so during that time – while compiling a 24-15-2 overall record, which included a third-place finish in the CCHA Tournament and a seventh straight NCAA Tournament berth. He became just the ninth coach ever to top 200 career CCHA victories, earning his 200th Feb. 17 against Notre Dame, as he now sits 203-122-39 all-time in conference games. Blasi also moved into the top 50 among Division I hockey’s alltime winningest coaches, as he sits 48th with a

286-184-48 (.598) career record. He saw Reilly Smith continue Miami’s trend of All-Americans and Hobey Baker Award finalists as Smith earned both distinctions while the RedHawks finished in the top 10 nationally for the fifth straight season. As a player at Miami from 1990-94, Blasi was a vital cog in the Red and White’s run to their first CCHA title in 1992-93 and first NCAA Tournament appearance that same season. As the captain of the 1993-94 squad, he finished third on the team in scoring with 28 points on 13 goals and 15 assists. His 123 career points are still tied for 23rd on Miami’s all-time points list. Over the course of his playing career, Blasi helped the RedHawks to 71 victories. Combined with his coaching career, he has won 357 games at Miami. A native of Weston, Ontario, he resides in Oxford with his family.

BLASI BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 1999-pres. Miami Career

Overall Conference 286-184-48 203-122-39 286-184-48 203-122-39

MIAMI REDHAWKS

ENRICO BLASI HEAD COACH

MIAMI COACHING HISTORY

Year School 1978-85 Steve Cady 1985-89 Bill Davidge 1989-94 George Gwozdecky 1994-99 Mark Mazzoleni 1999-pres. Enrico Blasi

Overall Conference 121-125-12 44-73-5 39-111-3 26-99-3 83-94-19 62-76-18 85-83-20 64-61-19 286-184-48 203-122-39

2012-13 REDHAWKS STAFF

Memorable Moments

October 23, 1981 – The CCHA era begins for Miami hockey with the Red and White

defeating Western Michigan 2-0 in Kalamazoo, Mich., with Dan Kodatsky earning the shutout. Miami went on to collect nine league wins in its inaugural season of CCHA play.

March 6, 1993 – Needing just one point to clinch its first CCHA regular-season title,

Miami rallies from two goals down and ties Lake Superior State, 6-6, to capture the CCHA crown. Brian Savage nets the game-tying goal at 17:47 in the third period.

Dr. David Hodge President

Brad Bates

Athletic Director

April 11, 2009 – At the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. in the national championship game Miami takes a 3-1 lead into the final minute of regulation, but Boston University gets a pair of goals, plus the overtime winner to clinch the title.

March 19, 2011 – Miami scores three third-period goals to break a 2-2 tie in the CCHA

Championship game at Joe Louis Arena en route to a 5-2 victory over Western Michigan, giving the RedHawks their first Mason Cup in program history. Senior Andy Miele was named tourament MVP and the win extended Miami’s unbeaten streak to a school-record 13 games.

April 8, 2011 – Andy Miele becomes the first player in program history to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Miele led the NCAA with 71 points, 11 more than anyone else in 2010-11 and the most in college hockey since 2002-03. Nov. 26, 2011 – After starting the year 2-6 in October, Miami completed an unbeaten November by capturing the Denver Cup Classic with a 4-2 victory over Denver on the Pioneers’ home ice. Four RedHawks (Cody 2009 NCAA West Regional Champions Reichard, Cameron Schilling, Austin Czarnik and Reilly Smith) were named to the All-Tournament Team with Smith earning MVP honors. CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Nick Petraglia

Assistant Coach

Michael Weisman Hockey SID

Brent Brekke

Associate Coach

Susan Lipnickey

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Steve Cady Arena - Oxford, Ohio

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points Steve Cady Arena

Built: 2006

Capacity: 3,642

DIRECTIONS TO MIAMI

STEVE CADY ARENA

From north and I-70: Take Hwy. 127 south to Hwy. 73 west. Stay on 73 west until it ends at Hwy. 27 (Patterson Avenue). Turn left and then take an immediate right on Spring St. Turn left on Oak St. (second left) and the arena will be on your right.

From the building’s conception in early 2002, to its completion in July 2006, Miami University made it a point to embrace the history of its hockey and skating programs in the creation of what is one of the finest arenas in all of college athletics. In doing so, four people with strong ties to Miami came to the forefront in the effort to move the RedHawks from the cramped but cozy confines of the 2,200-seat Goggin Ice Arena to the new 170,000 square-foot Ice Center. The Ice Center has two NHL-size (200’ x 85’) sheets, including a 3,200-seat arena, which is called Steve Cady Arena, and includes 2,800 reserved lower-bowl seats, 102 club seats, four opera boxes and six private suites. When standing room is included, Cady Arena has a capacity of nearly 4,000. The second sheet of ice, with seating for 250, is mainly used by Miami’s synchronized skating team, but also sees extensive use through youth hockey, intramural activities and other community-related events. Over 500 intramural teams consisting of over 8,000 participants also utilize the Ice Center, in addition to the over 1,000 students who take courses through the school’s Physical and Health Sciences program. The facility also welcomes youth hockey teams from around the country for various tournaments, while serving as the site of Miami’s summer hockey school.

From the south and I-275 : Take Hwy. 27 north to Oxford. Stay on 27 north to Oxford. 27 becomes Patterson Avenue and turn left on Chestnut St. Take second right onto Oak St. Arena on your left.

MIAMI FACTS Location: Oxford, Ohio 45056 Founded: 1809 Enrollment: 17,267 Nickname: RedHawks Colors: Red & White Joined CCHA: 1981-82 CCHA record: 399-431-84 All-time record: 614-598-102 President: Dr. David Hodge Athletic Director: Brad Bates Athletic Dept. Phone: (513) 529-3113 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Susan Lipnickey Head Coach: Enrico Blasi Miami ‘94 Hockey Office Phone: (513) 529-9800 Hockey Office E-mail: mcguirr@muohio.edu Career Record: 286-184-48 Record at MIA: 286-184-48 Assistant Coaches: Brent Brekke Nick Petraglia Western Michigan ‘94 Miami ‘04 Strength and Conditioning Coach/Video – Matt Cady Director of Hockey Operations/Video – Brad Aldrich Athletic Trainer: Jason Eckerle (513) 529-9920 Equipment Manager: Andy Geshan (513) 529-9825

Arena: Steve Cady Arena (3,642) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Kevin Ackley (513) 529-9802 Ticket Manager: Alex Weikel Box Office: 1-866-MUHAWKS Home Game Times: 7:35 p.m./7:05 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Mike Pearson Hockey SID: Michael Weisman Office Phone: (513) 529-1601 Office Fax: (513) 529-6729 E-mail: weismamh@muohio.edu Address: 230 Millett Hall Oxford, OH 45056 School Website: muredhawks.com Press Box Phone: (513) 529-1427

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 39 - Gary DeLonge (1978-79) Career: 101 - Rick Kuraly (1979-83) Single Season: 19 - Dave McClintock (1979-80) 19 - Kevin Beaton (1982-83) Career: 49 - Dave McClintock (1979-83) 32 - Rick Kuraly (1978-79) Single Season: 52 - John Malloy (1978-79) Career: 138 - Steve Morris (1979-83) Single Season: 43 - Bobby Marshall (1992-93) 43 - Dan Boyle (1996-97) Career: 107 - Dan Boyle (1994-98) 40 - Steve Morris (1979-80) Single Season: 74 - Gary DeLonge (1978-79) Career: 202 - Steve Morris (1979-83) Single Season: 54 - Dan Boyle (1996-97) Career: 150 - Kevin Beaton (1979-83) 66 - Bill Bok (1978-79)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 27 - Jeff Zatkoff (2007-08) Career: 60 - David Burleigh (1999-03) Single Season: 1.69 - Connor Knapp (2011-12) Career: 1.94 - Connor Knapp (2009-12) Single Season: .933 - Jeff Zatkoff (2007-08) .933 - Connor Knapp (2011-12) Career: .927 - Jeff Zatkoff (2005-08) Single Season: 5 - Cody Reichard (2009-10) 5 - Connor Knapp (2011-12) Career: 13 - Connor Knapp (2009-12)

RECORDS (TEAM)

Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .839 (2009-10); Overall - .786 (2007-08) Most Wins: CCHA - 22 (1992-93); Overall - 33 (2007-08) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 23 (2009-10); Overall - 13 (2010-11) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 14 (1990-91); Overall - 17 (1990-91) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - three times (MR) 2010 Trips to the Joe: 10 (MR) 2012 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - 2011 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 10 (MR) 2012 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 2 (MR) 2010 MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT STEVE CADY ARENA October 6, 2006 Miami RedHawks vs. Denver Pioneers

Sophomore defenseman Michael Findorff scored the first Miami goal in Steve Cady Arena at 7:33 of the first period versus Denver. The RedHawks christened their new $34-million facility by defeating the Pioneers, 5-2, in front of a capacity crowd of 3,642. MIA 5 - DU 2

February 24, 2012 - Miami RedHawks vs. Ohio State Buckeyes

The RedHawks closed out the regular season with a 3-0 shutout of Ohio State on Senior Night. Miami recognized its 10 seniors, who make up the fourth-winningest class in school history, following the game. Senior goalie Connor Knapp pitched his 12th career shutout, tying the school record that he would go on to break during the CCHA Tournament. Junior Reilly Smith scored two goals, including the game-winner, tying Miami’s single-season game-winning goals record of eight. MIA 3 - OSU 0

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J a r o d P a l m e r ( 2 0 0 6 - 1 0 ) h o l d s M i a m i ’s record for most games played with 169.

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Joined CCHA: 1981-82

CCHA Record: 548-298-70

BIG GUNS BACK – Michigan returns seven of its top 10 scorers from a season ago, including three of its top five. Alex Guptill, the 2011-12 CCHA Rookie of the Year, looks to build on his 33-point performance as a freshman, while newly appointed team captain A.J. Treais will be expected to carry a big part of the offensive load.

off with Cornell in the Frozen Apple at Madison Square Garden. The game marks a rematch of last season’s NCAA regional semifinal, in which the Big Red defeated Michigan, 3-2, in overtime.

FRESH FACE IN NET – Michigan will enter the 2012-13 season with a fresh face between the pipes, as incoming freshman Jared Rutledge will take over for departed starter Shawn Hunwick, who graduated as the program’s all-time leader in goalsagainst average and save percentage. PLAYING ON THE POND – The Wolverines will play an outdoor game for the fourth straight year as the 2012 Great Lakes Invitational will take place at Comerica Park in Detroit. Michigan has a 2-1-1 alltime record in outdoor games and has won the last two (Big Chill at the Big House and Frozen Diamond Faceoff ). BIG APPLE SHOWDOWN – U-M’s schedule is also highlighted by a Nov. 24 trip to New York, where the Maize and Blue will square

ENDING ON TOP - The Wolverines will enter the final season of the CCHA looking to capture their 12th regular-season championship and 10th tournament crown. Michigan has the most regular season titles in conference history (11) and all nine of their tournament championships have some since 1994. BLUE STREAK - Michigan enters the 201213 campaign looking to extend its NCAArecord streak of 22 straight NCAA Tournament appearances. The Wolverines have the most National Championships (nine), Frozen Four appearances (24), Frozen Four wins (25), NCAA Tournament appearances (34) among all NCAA Division I hockey teams. U-M ranks second overall in tournament wins with 50, just two shy of Minnesota (52). Head Coach Red Berenson, who signed a three-year contract extension this off-season, has guided the Wolverines to two National Titles in his 28year career (1996, 1998).

All-Time: 1557-981-138 2012-13 SCHEDULE October Tue. 9 WINDSOR # Thu. 11 RIT * Fri. 12 RIT * Fri. 19 BENTLEY * Fri. 26 MIAMI Sat. 27 MIAMI

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

November Fri. 2 at Northern Michigan 7:35 p.m. Sat. 3 at Northern Michigan 7:35 p.m. Fri. 9 MICHIGAN STATE 7:35 p.m. Sat. 10 at Michigan State 7:05 p.m. Thu. 15 NOTRE DAME 7:35 p.m. Fri. 16 NOTRE DAME 7:35 p.m. Wed. 21 BOWLING GREEN 7:35 p.m. Sat. 24 vs. Cornell (at New York City) * 8:00 p.m. Fri. 30 at Ferris State 7:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 at Ferris State 7:05 p.m. Fri. 14 WESTERN MICHIGAN 7:35 p.m. Sat. 15 WESTERN MICHIGAN 7:35 p.m. Great Lakes Invitational at Detroit Thu. 27 vs. Michigan Tech * 7:35 p.m. Fri. 28 vs. Michigan State/Western Michigan * 3:35/7:35 p.m.

January

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/5; 11/3 F, 7/1 D, 2/1 G Key Returnees: Mac Bennett, D, JR (4-17-21); Alex Guptill, F, SO (16-17-33); Jon Merrill, D, JR (2-9-11); Lee Moffie, D, SR (7-25-32); A.J. Treais, F, SR (15-17-32) Key Losses: Chris Brown, F, (12-17-29); Luke Glendening, F, (10-11-21); Shawn Hunwick, G (24-12-3, 2.00 GAA, .932 Spct.); Greg Pateryn, D, (2-13-15); David Wohlberg, F, (16-17-33) NHL Draft Picks (11): Jacob Trouba (WPG ‘12); Phil Di Giuseppe (CAR ‘12); Boo Nieves (NYR ‘12); Brennan Serville (WPG ‘11); Alex Guptill (DAL ‘10); Zach Hyman (FLA ‘10); Jon Merrill (NJD ‘10); Lee Moffie (SJS ‘10); Luke Moffatt (COL‘10); Kevin Lynch (CBJ ‘09); Mac Bennett (MTL ’09)

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

February Fri. 1 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 2 MICHIGAN STATE (JLA) Fri. 8 at Notre Dame Sat. 9 at Notre Dame Fri. 22 at Ohio State Sat. 23 at Ohio State

6:35 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March

Impact Freshmen: Boo Nieves, F, Indiana (USHL); Jared Rutledge, G, U.S. NTDP (USHL); Jacob Trouba, D, U.S. NTDP (USHL)

Fri. 1 FERRIS STATE Sat. 2 FERRIS STATE

2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 3rd/2nd

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

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Fri. 4 U.S. NTDP # Tue. 8 BOWLING GREEN Fri. 11 ALASKA Sat. 12 ALASKA Fri. 18 at Lake Superior Sat. 19 at Lake Superior Fri. 25 at Western Michigan Sat. 26 at Western Michigan

CCHA - 1st (3.04) CCHA - 2nd (2.14) CCHA - 9th (14.4) CCHA - 3rd (85.8)

All Players 92 (69.7%) 265 (72.6%)

Forwards 75 (66.4%) 174 (67.7%)

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

Overall -10th (3.22) Overall - 5th (2.17) Overall - 48th (14.6) Overall - 14th (84.2) Defense 17 (89.5%) 91 (85.8%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 37 3 4 18 19 7 29 27 11 30 14 20 24 16 9 13 12 1 22 28 10 6 17 39 26 23 8

Name Mac Bennett Mike Chiasson Kevin Clare Andrew Copp Derek DeBlois Phil Di Giuseppe Luke Dwyer Alex Guptill Zach Hyman Adam Janecyk Kevin Lynch Travis Lynch Jon Merrill Daniel Milne Luke Moffatt Lee Moffie Boo Nieves Steve Racine Jeff Rohrkemper Jared Rutledge Justin Selman Brennan Serville Andrew Sinelli Lindsay Sparks Mike Szuma A.J. Treais Jacob Trouba

Pos. D D D F F F G F F G F F D F F D F G F G F D F F D F D

Yr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. RSo. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr.

Ht. 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-8 6-2

Wt. Sh. 193 L 186 R 201 L 203 L 187 R 200 L 156 L 191 L 199 R 190 L 209 R 184 R 210 L 189 L 198 R 207 L 200 L 191 L 184 R 170 L 195 L 202 R 183 R 176 L 195 L 178 R 195 R

Age 21 21 20 18 21 18 21 20 20 22 21 21 20 18 20 22 18 21 23 18 18 19 20 21 21 21 18

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Narragansett, RI/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Henderson, NV/Omaha (USHL) New Rochelle, NY/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Ann Arbor, MI/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Narragansett, RI/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Maple, ON/Villanova (OJHL) Ann Arbor, MI/Ann Arbor-Huron (HS) Newmarket, ON/Waterloo (USHL) Toronto, ON/Hamilton (OJHL) Grand Rapids, MI/Baystate (EJHL) Grosse Pointe, MI/U.S. NTDP (USHL) White Lake, MI/Green Bay (USHL) Brighton, MI/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Unionville, ON/St. Michael’s (OJHL) Paradise Valley, AZ/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Wallingford, CT/Waterloo (USHL) Baldwinsville, N.Y./Indiana (USHL) Williamsville, N.Y./Georgetown (OJHL) Grosse Pointe, MI/Sioux Falls (USHL) Chicago, IL/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Upper Saddle River, NJ/Sioux Falls (USHL) Pickering, ON/Stouffville (OJHL) Dexter, MI/Youngstown (USHL) Oakville, ON/Oakville (OPJHL) Novi, MI/Michigan (NAHL) Bloomfield Hills, MI/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Rochester, MI/U.S. NTDP (USHL)

* Age as of October 1, 2012

Mac Bennett

A.J. Treais

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Lee Moffie

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (5), JR (6), SO (9), FR (7) Average Height: 6’0”

Wo l v e r i n e s s o p h o m o r e forward Alex Guptill (right) returns after tying for the team scoring lead with 16 goals and 33 points as a freshman.

Average Weight: 189 lbs. Average Age: 20 years Shot: Left (17) - Right (10) Nationality: American (21), Canadian (6)

...by the numbers # 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17

Name Pos Yr Steve Racine G FR Mike Chiasson D SO Kevin Clare D JR Brennan Serville D SO Phil Di Giuseppe F SO Jacob Trouba D FR Luke Moffatt F JR Justin Selman F FR Zach Hyman F SO Boo Nieves F FR Lee Moffie D SR Kevin Lynch F SR Daniel Milne F FR Andrew Sinelli F SO

# 18 19 20 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 37 39

Name Andrew Copp Derek DeBlois Travis Lynch Jeff Rohrkemper A.J. Treais Jon Merrill Mike Szuma Alex Guptill Jared Rutledge Luke Dwyer Adam Janecyk Mac Bennett Lindsay Sparks

Pos Yr F FR F SO F SO F SR F SR D JR D SO F SO G FR G RSo G JR D JR F SR

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2011-12 MICHIGAN STATISTICS

OVERALL (24-13-4)

# NAME 25 David Wohlberg 27 Alex Guptill 21 A.J. Treais 13 Lee Moffie 10 Chris Brown 7 Phil Di Giuseppe 23 Luke Glendening 37 Mac Bennett 9 Luke Moffatt 20 Travis Lynch 2 Greg Pateryn 19 Derek DeBlois 14 Kevin Lynch 39 Lindsay Sparks 24 Jon Merrill 4 Kevin Clare 11 Zach Hyman 3 Mike Chiasson 6 Brennan Serville 17 Andrew Sinelli 31 Shawn Hunwick 22 Jeff Rohrkemper 26 Mike Szuma 30 Adam Janecyk Bench Michigan Totals Opponent Totals

GP G A 41 16 17 41 16 17 40 15 17 41 7 25 38 12 17 40 11 15 41 10 11 41 4 17 40 6 10 39 6 9 41 2 13 40 6 8 39 8 5 27 5 8 19 2 9 39 3 7 41 2 7 30 1 8 34 0 8 11 0 2 40 0 2 13 0 1 2 0 0 5 0 0 -- -- -- 41 132 233 41 89 147

CONFERENCE (15-9-4-0) PTS 33 33 32 32 29 26 21 21 16 15 15 14 13 13 11 10 9 9 8 2 2 1 0 0 -- 365 236

PIM PP SH 15/30 2 0 17/48 5 0 6/12 3 0 13/26 2 1 26/66 0 0 9/18 3 0 12/24 0 0 9/18 1 0 9/29 2 0 4/8 0 1 23/65 0 0 7/14 0 1 15/30 1 0 9/26 2 0 6/15 1 0 2/4 0 1 6/12 0 0 12/27 1 0 2/4 0 0 3/6 0 0 5/21 0 0 3/6 0 0 1/2 0 0 0/0 0 0 5/10 -- -- 219/521 23 4 209/539 27 1

GW +/- 3 +16 4 +14 4 +24 2 +22 3 +14 2 +23 1 +18 1 +16 1 +4 0 +10 0 +16 0 +9 2 -2 0 +2 0 +11 1 +10 0 -2 0 +12 0 +8 0 E 0 +47 0 +4 0 E 0 +1 -- -- 24 -- 13 --

GP 28 28 28 28 25 27 28 28 27 26 28 28 28 21 14 27 28 22 21 8 27 6 0 3 -- 28 28

G 9 13 11 5 9 6 3 4 3 4 0 5 6 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 85 60

A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 13 22 11/22 1 0 2 +7 12 25 14/42 5 0 4 +12 9 20 4/8 2 0 3 +16 16 21 6/12 1 1 2 +13 14 23 19/52 0 0 1 +13 9 15 5/10 1 0 0 +15 7 10 10/20 0 0 0 +4 8 12 8/16 1 0 1 +5 3 6 7/25 1 0 0 E 4 8 4/8 0 0 0 +3 10 10 18/47 0 0 0 +10 6 11 5/10 0 1 0 +7 3 9 10/20 0 0 2 +1 6 8 8/24 1 0 0 E 9 10 1/2 1 0 0 +7 3 4 1/2 0 0 0 +7 4 6 4/8 0 0 0 -2 5 6 8/19 1 0 0 +4 6 6 2/4 0 0 0 +10 2 2 2/4 0 0 0 E 1 1 5/21 0 0 0 +28 0 0 2/4 0 0 0 E 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 E -- -- 3/6 -- -- -- -- 150 235 157/386 15 2 15 -- 98 158 146/372 17 0 9 --

CAREER GP 162 41 126 102 125 40 165 73 76 39 142 67 128 67 61 57 41 30 34 11 87 45 2 6 -- -- --

G 56 16 31 19 34 11 31 6 11 6 6 7 25 13 9 3 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 -- -- --

A PTS 55 111 17 33 36 67 42 61 46 80 15 26 39 70 27 33 18 29 9 15 37 43 14 21 20 45 14 27 27 36 9 12 7 9 8 9 8 8 2 2 3 3 1 5 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- --- --

OVERALL CONFERENCE # Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 31 Shawn Hunwick 40 2400:25 80 2.00 1092 .932 24 12 3 30 Adam Janecyk 5 132:18 2 3.17 61 .897 0 1 1 TM EMPTY NET 18 10:58 2 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 41 2543:41 89 2.10 1153 .928 24 13 4 Opponents........... 41 2543:41 132 3.11 1244 .904 13 24 4

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 27 1581:30 51 1.93 762 .937 15 8 3 3 113:32 7 3.70 51 .879 0 1 1 14 9:05 2 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1704:07 60 2.11 813 .931 15 9 4 28 1704:07 85 2.99 794 .903 9 15 4

2011-12 RESULTS

October 1 3 4 7 8 13 21 22 27 28

ONTARIO IT # L U.S. NTDP # W NIAGARA * W BENTLEY * W BENTLEY * W ST. LAWRENCE * W at Northern Michigan L at Northern Michigan T(SW) FERRIS STATE W FERRIS STATE W

November

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5 6 11 12 18 19

WESTERN MICHIGAN WESTERN MICHIGAN at Miami at Miami OHIO STATE OHIO STATE

L W L T(SW) L L

2-3 3-1 5-0 5-1 4-1 10-3 3-5 3-3 5-2 4-0

2-3 5-2 1-2 3-3 1-2 5-6

4322 3636 4497 5090 5204 5263 3767 4260 4751 5711

5377 5878 3407 3628 6637 6637

25 NORTHEASTERN * 27 UNION *

L L

December

2 3 9 10 29 30

at Alaska at Alaska MICHIGAN STATE at Michigan State vs. Boston College * vs. Michigan State *

January

6 7 13 15 20 21

LAKE SUPERIOR LAKE SUPERIOR at Ohio State vs. Ohio State at Notre Dame at Notre Dame

1-4 3-6

6637 5022

L W(OT) W T(OT) W W

3-4 3048 1-0 3367 4-3 6637 3-3 6886 4-2 15091 3-2 17242

W T(OT) W W L W

4-2 6637 2-2 6637 4-0 9828 4-1 25864 1-3 5022 2-1 5022

February

4 MIAMI W 5 MIAMI W 11 at Michigan State L 12 MICHIGAN STATE W(OT) 18 NORTHERN MICHIGAN W 19 NORTHERN MICHIGAN W(OT) 25 at Bowling Green L 26 at Bowling Green W

March

9 10 16 17 23

NOTRE DAME % W(2OT) NOTRE DAME % W BOWLING GREEN ^ W (2OT) vs. Western Michigan ^ L vs. Cornell $ L(OT)

4-1 6637 3-0 6637 2-3 7103 3-2 20066 4-1 6637 3-2 6637 3-4 3011 3-0 5031 2-1 6132 3-1 6637 3-2 7823 2-3 10421 2-3 3465

# - Exhibition game * - Non-conference Game % - CCHA Tournament ^ - CCHA Championship $ - NCAA Tournament CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Red Berenson has led Michigan to 22 straight trips to the NCAA Tournament.

University of Michigan head coach Gordon “Red” Berenson begins his 29th season behind the bench for the Wolverines in 2012-13. Through 28 seasons at U-M, he ranks fifth on the NCAA all-time wins list, amassing a career record of 752-352-77 (.670). He has also guided the Maize and Blue to 25 consecutive winning seasons and 22 straight NCAA Tournament bids – a national record. Berenson coached in his 1,000th collegiate game in 2007-08, one of his best seasons as determined by his peers, and was voted as CCHA Coach of the Year and National Coach of the Year. The Wolverines recorded an impressive 33-6-4 record that year, won the CCHA regular season and tournament championships, earned their

first Great Lakes Invitational title since 1996 and reached the NCAA Frozen Four. Under Berenson’s leadership, Michigan has proven to be an unstoppable force in the CCHA, finishing first or second 19 times over a 21-year span from 1991-2011. During that period, the Maize and Blue won 11 regular season titles – the most in conference history – and nine CCHA Tournament championships. The Wolverines have also captured 11 GLI championships with Berenson, nine of which came consecutively from 1988-96. Since the 1990-91 season – when U-M’s 22year streak of NCAA Tournament appearances started – Berenson has guided the Wolverines to a 103-39-7 (.715) record against non-conference, regular-season opponents. Under Berenson’s guidance, two Wolverines have won the Hobey Baker Memorial Award: Brendan Morrison in 1997 and Kevin Porter in 2008. Additionally, 36 players have earned AllAmerica recognition. Berenson is the fourth former Michigan captain to coach the Wolverines, accepting the position in May 1984. The legendary U-M center was a three-year letterwinner, earning AllAmerica and MVP honors his junior and senior season (1961 and 1962). At the end of his senior season, he played in nine games for Montreal, becoming the first collegian to step directly into the NHL. Over 17 seasons he accumulated 261 goals and 397

Memorable Moments

assists for 658 points in 987 games, which is the most by any Michigan alumnus in the NHL. Following his retirement as a player in 1978, Berenson remained in St. Louis as a member of the Blues’ coaching staff and was named the 1981 NHL Coach of the Year. For his outstanding service to hockey in the United States, the NHL and USA Hockey honored Berenson and four others with the Lester Patrick Award in the fall of 2006. Berenson and his wife, Joy, reside in Ann Arbor and are the parents of two daughters, Kelly and Sandy, and two sons, Gordie and Rusty.

BERENSON BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School Overall Conference 1984-pres. Michigan 752-352-77 512-247-65 Career 752-352-77 512-247-65

UM COACHING HISTORY

Year School Overall Conference 1922-27 Joseph Barss 26-21-4 1927-44 Ed Lowrey 124-136-21 1944-57 Vic Heyliger 228-61-13 1957-73 Al Renfrew 222-207-11 1973-80 Dan Farrell 136-131-6 1980 Wilf Martin 1-1-0 1980-84 John Giordano 68-75-6 36-51-5 1984-pres. Red Berenson 752-352-77 512-247-65

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RED BERENSON HEAD COACH

2012-13 WOLVERINES STAFF

January 12, 1923 – Michigan’s hockey program plays its first varsity contest and defeats

Wisconsin, 2-1, in double overtime.

March 17, 1956 – U-M wins its sixth NCAA title in nine seasons (1948, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955), all under head coach Vic Heyliger. Michigan knocks off Michigan Tech by a score of 7-5.

March 15-17, 1991 – The Wolverines play their first NCAA Tournament games since

1977. U-M wins the three-game series against Cornell in Ann Arbor, but the Big Red faithful indoctrinate U-M fans with numerous chants and cheers still popular at Yost today.

March 30, 1996 – Michigan wins its eighth NCAA championship and its first since 1964. Brendan Morrison scores the overtime game-winner to send the Wolverines past Colorado College, 3-2, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Mary Sue Coleman President

Dave Brandon

Athletic Director

March 28, 1997 -- Brendan Morrison becomes the first Wolverine to earn the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Morrison, U-M’s all-time career scoring leader, posted 31 goals and 57 assists in 1996-97. April 11 & 15, 2008 – Senior captain Kevin Porter becomes Michigan’s second Hobey Baker Award winner. Four days later, Red Berenson is named National Coach of the Year for the first time after recording the 11th 30-win season of his career and reaching the Frozen Four for the 10th time. U-M was 33-64 in 2007-08.

Brian Wiseman

Assistant Coach

Billy Powers

Assistant Coach

November 19, 2010 – Michigan won its 500th game at Yost Ice Arena on Nov. 19, 2010, by routing Lake Superior State 7-2. Alltime, U-M is 511-187-33 (.722) at Yost since moving into the retro-fitted building in 197374. February 19, 2011 - Senior captain Carl Hagelin saved senior night on Feb. 19, 2011, when he scored the game-tying goal vs. Western Michigan with 39.1 seconds left in regulation. Hagelin then won the game with 2.9 seconds left on the clock in overtime.

2008 Hobey Baker Award winner Kevin Porter

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Rob Tillotson Hockey SID

Anne Curzan

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Yost Ice Arena - Ann Arbor, Michigan

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points Yost Ice Arena

Built: 1923

Capacity: 5,800

DIRECTIONS TO U-M

YOST ICE ARENA

From M-14: Take Main St. exit (3) toward Downtown/Ann Arbor. Continue on Main St. through downtown. Make left turn onto Packard St. Turn right onto State St. Yost Ice Arena is on the right with parking lot entrance just before it.

Yost Ice Arena was originally built in 1923 as a field house. The structure was named after Michigan’s legendary football coach and athletic director, Fielding H. Yost. The Michigan hockey program began playing in the converted arena to start the 1973-74 campaign. Yost Ice Arena is one of the most unique arenas in college hockey; it retains the charm of an old barn, but also offers the amenities of a modern arena. The facility underwent a $1.4-million renovation during the summer of 2001, creating a new balcony across from the press box that provided nearly 300 new seats. The second floor varsity area houses a well-appointed locker room and training area used exclusively by the Michigan hockey team. Yost underwent a $16 million renovation during the summer of 2012, which upgraded the bleacher seating, added premium seating options and redesigned the press box area. The facility also received an upgraded concourse and new concession amenities, as well as historical windows around the entire building.

From I-94: Take the State Street exit (177) toward Ann Arbor. After passing under the train bridge, Yost Ice Arena is on the left. From US-23 South: Take M-14 West at US23/M-14 split near northern edge of Ann Arbor. Follow directions for M-14 above.

U-M FACTS Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Founded: 1817 Enrollment: 38,980 Nickname: Wolverines Colors: Maize & Blue Joined CCHA: 1981-82 CCHA record: 548-298-70 All-time record: 1557-981-138 President: Mary Sue Coleman Athletic Director: Dave Brandon Athletic Dept. Phone: (734) 764-9416 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Anne Curzan Head Coach: Red Berenson Michigan ‘62 Hockey Office Phone: (734) 647-1201 Career Record: 752-352-77 Record at UM: 752-352-77 Associate Head and Assistant Coach: Billy Powers Brian Wiseman Michigan ‘88 Michigan ‘94 Athletic Trainer: Rick Bancroft (734) 647-0531 Equipment Manager: Ian Hume (734) 763-5215

Arena: Yost Ice Arena (5,800) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Chris Onsted - (734) 647-0162 Ticket Manager: Jaime Kuhn Box Office: (734) 764-0247 Home Game Times: 7:35 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Dave Ablauf Hockey SID: Rob Tillotson Office Phone: (734) 763-4423 Office Fax: (734) 647-1188 E-mail: rtillot@umich.edu Address: 1000 South State Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109 School Website: mgoblue.com Press Box Phone: (734) 647-7916

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 43 - Red Berenson (1961-62) 43 - Dave Debol (1976-77) Career: 139 - Danny Felsner (1988-92) Single Season: 22 - Steve Richmond (1980-81) Career: 40 - Steve Richmond (1979-82) 31 - Bruno Baseotto (1979-80) Single Season: 57 - Brendan Morrison (1996-97)

Career: 182 - Brendan Morrison (1994-97) Single Season: 43 - Tim Manning (1979-80) 43 - John Blum (1980-81) Career: 115 - Tim Manning (1978-81) 45 - Bruno Baseotto (1979-80) Single Season: 99 - Dave Debol (1976-77) Career: 284 - Brendan Morrison (1994-97) Single Season: 54 - Steve Richmond (1980-81) Career: 142 - Tim Manning (1978-81) 76 - Bruno Baseotto (1979-80)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 34 - Marty Turco (1995-96) Career: 127 - Marty Turco (1995-98) Single Season: 1.95 - Billy Sauer (2007-08) Career: 2.06 - Shawn Hunwick (2007-12) Single Season: .932- Shawn Hunwick (2011-12) Career: .928- Shawn Hunwick (2007-12) Single Season: 6 - Al Montoya (2003-04) Career: 15 - Marty Turco (1995-98)

RECORDS (TEAM)

Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .857 (2004-05); Overall - .891 (1955-56, 1947-48) Most Wins: CCHA - 24 (1990-91; 1993-94); Overall - 35 (1996-97) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 16 (1996-97); Overall - 23 (1996-97) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 8 (0-4-4, 1998-99); Overall - 11 (1972-73) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - 11 times (MR) 2011 Trips to the Joe: 23 (MR) 2012 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - nine times (MR) 2010 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 35 (MR) 2012 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 23 (MR) 2011 NCAA Championships: 9 (MR) 1998

MEMORABLE GAMES AT YOST ICE ARENA March 28, 1998 - Michigan vs. North Dakota

Trailing the Fighting Sioux 3-1 in the second period, U-M rallied thanks to a pair of third-period goals from Greg Crozier and Bobby Hayes to knock off the defending national champions. The freshmanladen Wolverines would go onto the Frozen Four and capture their ninth national championship in school history. UM 4 - ND 3

March 23, 2002 - Michigan vs. Denver

Following a scoreless first period, Michigan and Denver combined for five goals in the opening 13 minutes of the middle frame. Trailing 3-2 in the third period, U-M tied it up at 4:47, which set up Jed Ortmeyer’s game-winning goal on a feed from Eric Nystrom. UM 4 - DU 3

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D a v e D e b o l s h a r e s M i c h i g a n’s s i n g l e season record in goals with 43 and holds the mark for most points in a season at 99.

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Joined CCHA: 1981-82

CCHA Record: 567-259-92

All-Time: 1223-903-125

GOING FOR THE CUP - MSU approaches the final season of CCHA play looking to capture its 12th CCHA Tournament title in school history, the most of any conference program. The Spartans currently sit at second all-time in CCHA regular-season championships with seven. Michigan holds first place with 11 regular-season titles. MSU’s 11 Mason Cup wins are three more than Michigan’s eight.

GRADUATION LOSSES - Michigan State loses 10 letter winners from the 2011-12 team that reached the NCAA Tournament for the first time in four seasons. In addition to the graduation of nine seniors, defenseman Torey Krug opted to forego his senior season to sign a free-agent contract with the Boston Bruins. The two-time Spartan captain and Hobey Baker finalist played in two games for the Bruins and tallied one assist last spring.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

FIRST TIME IN THE FIRST YEAR - Tom Anastos led the Spartans to a 19-16-4 record in his first year behind the bench. The former Spartan hockey player is the first MSU coach in history to guide his team to an NCAA Tournament berth in his first year in charge. He was a CCHA Coach of the Year finalist last season. GOOD DAY AT THE DRAFT - Three of MSU’s incoming freshmen were selected in the 2012 NHL entry draft in Pittsburgh. Defenseman John Draeger was selected by his home-state team, the Minnesota Wild, at No. 68, and fellow rearguard Rhett Holland was chosen by Phoenix in the fourth round. Calgary selected forward Matt DeBlouw at No. 186 overall. A fourth Spartan, Mackenzie Maceachern, went No. 67 overall to St. Louis and will play for the USHL’s Chicago Steel. He will enroll at MSU in the fall of 2013.

TOUGH SLATE - MSU’s strength of schedule was second in the country behind Notre Dame in 2011-12. The Spartans open the 2012-13 season against nonconference opponents in Frozen Four finalist Minnesota and Atlantic Hockey entry Niagara. They will also face reigning CCHA Tournament champion Western Michigan and either Michigan or Michigan Tech in this season’s Great Lakes Invitational. OUTDOORS IN DETROIT - The Spartans will play their third- and fourth-ever outdoor games at this season’s GLI. They will also be debuting vintage sweaters featuring a script lettering “Michigan State” logo - an iconic look for the team for nearly 30 years.

October Mon. 8 WINDSOR # Fri. 12 at Minnesota * Sat. 13 at Minnesota * Fri. 19 NIAGARA * Sat. 20 NIAGARA * Fri. 26 at Lake Superior Sat. 27 at Lake Superior

7:05 p.m. 6:07 p.m. 8:07 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

November Fri. 2 BOWLING GREEN Sat. 3 at Bowling Green Fri. 9 at Michigan Sat. 10 MICHIGAN Fri. 16 at Miami Sat. 17 at Miami Fri. 30 OHIO STATE

5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 OHIO STATE 6:05 p.m. Fri. 7 at Notre Dame 7:35 p.m. Sat. 8 at Notre Dame 7:05 p.m. Sat. 15 FERRIS STATE 5:05 p.m. Great Lakes Invitational at Detroit Thu. 27 vs. Western Michigan * 3:35 p.m. Fri. 28 vs. Michigan/Michigan Tech * 3 :35/7:35 p.m.

January Sat. 5 at Ferris State Fri. 11 NOTRE DAME Sat. 12 NOTRE DAME Fri. 18 FERRIS STATE Sat. 19 at Ferris State Tue. 22 U.S. NTDP # Fri. 25 PENN STATE * Sat. 26 PENN STATE *

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 12/10; 9/4 F, 5/2 D, 1/1 G Key Returnees: Matt Berry, F, SO (11-8-19); Jake Chelios, D, JR (2-7-9); Lee Reimer, F, JR (9-22-31); Kevin Walrod, F, SR (9-9-18); Greg Wolfe, F, JR (10-16-26); Will Yanakeff, G, JR (13-9-1, 2.50 GAA, .922 Spct.) Key Losses: Torey Krug, D, (12-22-34); Mike Merrifield, F, (11-6-17); Drew Palmisano, G, (6-7-3, 2.69 GAA, .918 Spct.); Brett Perlini, F, (9-22-31); Brock Shelgren, D, (3-10-13) NHL Draft Picks (4): John Draeger (MIN ‘12); Rhett Holland (PHO ‘12); Matt DeBlouw (CAL ‘12); RJ Boyd (FLA ‘10) Impact Freshmen: Matt DeBlouw, F, Muskegon (USHL); John Draeger, D, Shattuck St. Mary’s (High School); Rhett Holland, D, Okotoks (AJHL) 2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 8th/5th 2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: Team Defense Rank: Power Play Rank: Penalty Kill Rank: Returning Goals Points | 46 |

CCHA - T 2nd (2.86) CCHA - 5th (2.43) CCHA - 8th (.165) CCHA - 1st (.894)

All Players 65 (58.6%) 161 (54.9%)

Forwards 63 (70.4%) 151 (70.2%)

Overall - 5th (2.85) Overall - 7th (2.64) Overall - 7th (.167) Overall - 1st (.870)

5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m.

February Fri. 1 at Michigan Sat. 2 vs. Michigan (JLA) Fri. 8 at Bowling Green Sat. 9 BOWLING GREEN Fri. 15 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Sat. 16 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Fri. 22 at Alaska Sat. 23 at Alaska

6:35 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sat. 2 WESTERN MICHIGAN

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

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No. Name Pos. Yr. 27 Matt Berry F So. 92 David Bondra F Fr. 5 RJ Boyd D Jr. 6 Branden Carney D R-Fr. 16 Dean Chelios F Sr. 42 Jake Chelios D Jr. 25 Brent Darnell F So. 19 Matt DeBlouw F Fr. 7 John Draeger D Fr. 20 Michael Ferrantino F Fr. 8 Chris Forfar F Sr. 14 Nickolas Gatt D Jr. 23 Matt Grassi D Sr. 21 Anthony Hayes F Sr. 30 Jake Hildebrand G Fr. 11 Rhett Holland D Fr. 24 Justin Hoomaian F R-Fr. 12 Ryan Keller F Fr. 17 Brock Krygier F Fr. 32 Nate Phillips G So. 22 Lee Reimer F Jr. 10 Tanner Sorenson F So. 18 Kevin Walrod F Sr. 4 Travis Walsh D Fr. 86 Greg Wolfe F Jr. 9 Connor Wood F Fr. 37 Will Yanakeff G Jr. *Age as of October 1, 2012

Ht. 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-8 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-2

Wt. 173 191 199 188 191 191 185 183 189 174 205 200 220 191 182 213 190 195 186 168 185 172 183 180 171 174 211

Sh. R L L R L L R L R R R R R R L R R L L L L R L L R R L

Age 20 20 21 20 23 21 20 19 18 19 23 21 23 23 19 19 21 19 18 20 22 19 22 19 22 18 20

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Hometown, Last team (League) Canton, MI/Muskegon (USHL) Annapolis, MD/Chilliwack (BCHL) Lake Worth, FL/Indiana (USHL) Battle Creek, MI/Owatonna (NAHL) Bloomfield Hills, MI/Chicago (USHL) Bloomfield Hills, MI/Chicago (USHL) Canton, MI/Sioux Falls (USHL) Chesterfield, MI/Muskegon (USHL) Faribault, MN/Shattuck St. Mary’s Plymouth, MI/Omaha (USHL) Darien, IL/Lincoln (USHL) Farmington Hills, MI/Alabama-Huntsville Burnaby, BC/Salmon Arm (BCHL) Canton, MI/Green Bay (USHL) Butler, PA/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Calgary, AB/Okotoks (AJHL) Canton, MI/Michigan (NAHL) Farmington Hills, MI/Sioux Falls (USHL) Novi, MI/Detroit Honeybaked U18 (HPHL) Jackson, MI/Winnipeg (MJHL) Landmark, MB/Camore (AJHL) Anchorage, AK/Shattuck-St. Mary’s Westside, BC/Cowichan Valley (BCHL) East Lansing, MI/Muskegon (USHL) Canton, MI/Omaha (USHL) Bloomfield Hills, MI/Detroit Honeybaked U18 (HPHL) Jerome, MI/Waterloo (USHL)

Greg Wolfe

Dean Chelios

MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS

2012-13 SPARTANS

Will Yanakeff

(as of Oct. 1, 2012)

Classes: SR (5), JR (6), SO (4), FR (12) Average Height: 6’0”

Junior forward Lee Reimer (right) is the Spartans top returning scorer from last season (9-21-30).

Average Weight: 188.5 lbs. Average Age: 20 years, 6 months Shot: Left (13) - Right (14) Nationality: American (23), Canadian (4)

...by the numbers # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19

Name Pos Yr Travis Walsh D FR RJ Boyd D JR Branden Carney D RFr John Draeger D FR Chris Forfar F JR Connor Wood F FR Tanner Sorenson F SO Rhett Holland D FR Ryan Keller F FR Nickolas Gatt D JR Dean Chelios F SR Brock Krygier F FR Kevin Walrod F SR Matt DeBlouw F FR

# 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 30 32 37 42 86 92

Name Pos Yr Michael Ferrantino F FR Anthony Hayes F SR Lee Reimer F JR Matt Grassi D SR Justin Hoomaian F RFr Brent Darnell F SO Matt Berry F SO Jake Hildebrand G FR Nate Phillips G FR Will Yanakeff G JR Jake Chelios D JR Greg Wolfe F SO David Bondra F FR

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2011-12 MICHIGAN STATE STATISTICS

OVERALL (19-16-4)

# NAME 44 Torey Krug 11 Brett Perlini 22 Lee Reimer 86 Greg Wolfe 27 Matt Berry 18 Kevin Walrod 13 Mike Merrifield 16 Dean Chelios 17 Matt Crandell 25 Brent Darnell 5 Brock Shelgren 8 Chris Forfar 21 Anthony Hayes 9 Daultan Leveille 42 Jake Chelios 10 Tanner Sorenson 4 Trevor Nill 7 Tim Buttery 15 A.J. Sturges 37 Will Yanakeff 24 Justin Hoomaian 29 Drew Palmisano 23 Matt Grassi Bench Michigan State Totals Opponent Totals

CONFERENCE (14-11-3-0)

GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 38 12 22 34 20/51 7 0 3 +17 39 9 22 31 11/22 1 1 2 E 39 9 21 30 9/29 4 0 1 -1 38 10 16 26 7/25 3 0 0 +6 37 11 8 19 12/24 5 0 2 -5 38 9 9 18 8/16 1 1 1 -1 31 11 6 17 2/4 0 0 3 +1 34 8 7 15 7/25 0 0 3 +5 39 3 12 15 15/30 0 0 1 -5 36 6 7 13 7/14 2 0 0 +2 39 3 10 13 12/24 1 0 2 +13 39 6 5 11 13/26 1 1 1 -5 39 2 9 11 14/39 0 0 0 -2 21 3 6 9 2/4 0 0 0 +5 39 2 7 9 22/44 0 0 0 -2 33 2 6 8 4/8 0 0 0 +1 39 2 4 6 2/4 0 0 0 -2 39 2 4 6 8/16 0 0 0 -16 19 1 0 1 5/10 0 0 0 -1 23 0 1 1 1/2 0 0 0 -3 5 0 0 0 3/6 0 0 0 -1 17 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 +7 21 0 0 0 5/10 0 0 0 +1 -- -- -- -- 5/10 -- -- -- -- 39 111 182 293 194/443 25 3 19 -- 39 103 173 276 193/457 20 2 16 --

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

# 37 29 TM

GP Minutes 19 1145:10 9 548:12 10 7:59 28 1701:21 28 1701:21

Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L Will Yanakeff 23 1365:22 57 2.50 672 .922 13 9 Drew Palmisano 17 1004:56 45 2.69 503 .918 6 7 EMPTY NET 12 8:41 1 0.00 0 .000 0 0 Total............... 39 2378:59 103 2.60 1175 .919 19 16 Opponents........... 39 2378:59 111 2.80 979 .898 16 19

CAREER

GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 28 11 18 29 16/43 6 0 3 +19 28 6 15 21 8/16 1 1 2 -1 28 4 14 18 4/8 3 0 0 -5 28 6 8 14 4/19 1 0 0 +2 28 8 6 14 10/20 4 0 1 -3 27 7 8 15 5/10 0 0 1 +1 24 7 2 9 2/4 0 0 2 -4 24 7 2 9 5/10 0 0 3 +4 28 2 7 9 9/18 0 0 1 -4 26 5 6 11 5/10 2 0 0 +5 28 1 10 11 7/14 0 0 1 +17 28 5 4 9 11/22 1 1 0 +1 28 2 8 10 9/18 0 0 0 +3 14 2 2 4 2/4 0 0 0 +1 28 2 6 8 16/32 0 0 0 -7 23 1 5 6 1/2 0 0 0 +3 28 1 3 4 1/2 0 0 0 +1 28 2 3 5 6/12 0 0 0 -11 15 1 0 1 4/8 0 0 0 E 19 0 1 1 1/2 0 0 0 +1 2 0 0 0 2/4 0 0 0 E 9 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 +5 13 0 0 0 4/8 0 0 0 -2 -- -- -- -- -- 4/8 -- -- -- 28 80 128 208 136/294 18 2 14 -28 68 117 185 145/361 11 2 11 --

T 1 3 0 4 4

GP G A PTS 114 26 57 83 123 36 40 76 68 11 26 37 69 13 24 37 37 11 8 19 89 12 17 29 91 17 12 29 105 20 19 39 147 4 34 38 36 6 7 13 138 8 21 29 114 14 13 27 101 5 17 22 131 26 43 69 76 10 13 23 33 2 6 8 128 6 15 21 134 6 18 24 25 2 0 2 37 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 81 0 3 3 80 2 14 16 -- -- -- --

GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 45 2.36 575 .927 11 7 1 22 2.41 241 .916 3 4 2 1 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 68 2.40 816 .923 14 11 3 80 2.82 717 .900 14 11 3

2011-12 RESULTS

October

3 7 8 14 15 20 21 28 29

WESTERN ONTARIO # W vs. Boston College * L vs. Air Force * W(OT) at Lake Superior L at Lake Superior L OHIO STATE W OHIO STATE L ROBERT MORRIS * W ROBERT MORRIS * W

November 11 at Western Michigan

12 at Western Michigan 18 at Northern Michigan 19 at Northern Michigan 25 MINNESOTA 26 MINNESOTA

W W W L W T(OT)

6-1 2-5 3-2 4-5 2-3 2-1 2-5 5-2 6-2

2973 8699 9420 2515 3451 4799 5286 3763 3731

3-2 4-2 4-2 1-2 4-3 4-4

4052 4221 3286 3453 5270 4787

December 2 BOWLING GREEN

3 BOWLING GREEN 9 at Michigan 10 MICHIGAN 29 vs. Michigan Tech * 30 vs. Michigan *

January

W W L T(SW) W L(OT)

6 MIAMI L(OT) 7 MIAMI L 13 NORTHERN MICHIGAN T(SW) 14 NORTHERN MICHIGAN W 20 LAKE SUPERIOR W 21 LAKE SUPERIOR T(OT) 27 at Ferris State L 28 at Ferris State L

5-1 4967 4-1 4995 3-4 6637 3-3 6886 3-1 15091 2-3 17242

1-2 0-4 5-5 2-1 4-2 2-2 1-2 3-4

6486 4727 5009 6210 4766 4861 2493 2493

February 3 at Ohio State

4 at Ohio State 10 MICHIGAN 11 vs. MICHIGAN 17 ALASKA 18 ALASKA 24 at Notre Dame 25 at Notre Dame

March

9 at Miami % 10 at Miami % 23 vs. Union $

W W W L(OT) W(OT) W L W

L L L

6-3 4450 3-2 6019 3-2 7103 2-3 20066 3-2 5984 3-2 6916 0-2 5022 4-2 5022

0-6 1-4 1-3

2206 2764 5090

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Tom Anastos, a Michigan State alumnus who has excelled in the sport of hockey as a player, coach, administrator, and visionary, enters his second season at the helm of the Michigan State Hockey program. Recognized by The Hockey News for five years (2007-11) on the list of the 100 most influential and powerful people in the sport, Anastos has an unrivaled passion for the game and savvy blend of administrative, business and communication skills, and guides the Spartans into their 72nd varsity season in 2012-13. While an outside-the-box hire when announced in March 2011, Anastos quickly set out to return his alma mater to national prominence. He guided the Spartans to a 19-16-4 overall record, fifthplace finish in the CCHA, and an at-large NCAA Tournament bid.

Tom Anastos was named just the sixth coach in program history at Michigan State.

In the spring of 2012, he was added to the NCAA Hockey Rules Committee, and in June was appointed that committee’s chair. During Anastos’ initial season, blueliner Torey Krug won five awards at the CCHA Awards banquet (matching the record number won by Shawn Horcoff in 2000), and garnered First Team All-America honors in addition to being a Hobey Baker Memorial Award finalist. Anastos’ resume in hockey saw him both play and coach at his alma mater before stepping into an administrative role as the CCHA Commissioner from 1998-2011. He was a four-year letterwinner at Michigan State (1981-85) for former coach Ron Mason, and received his bachelor’s degree in construction management in 1987. He was in the first class of Michigan State players to skate exclusively in the CCHA after MSU left the WCHA as he helped the Spartans to three Great Lakes Invitational titles, a regular-season CCHA Championship in 1985, and four consecutive CCHA Tournament titles. His Spartan teams made four NCAA Tournament appearances, finishing fourth in the country in 1984 and losing a heartbreaking quarterfinal series to Providence in 1985. As a senior, he earned second-team all-conference honors and was named to the all-tournament teams at the CCHA Tournament and Great Lakes Invitational. The sixth-round pick of Montreal (124th overall) played one season in the Canadiens organization, then joined the coaching staff at the University of Michigan-Dearborn where he served as head coach of that program from 1987-90, compiling a 68-37-7 record.

Memorable Moments

March 19, 1966 – MSU completes one of the most unlikely postseason runs with a 6-1 win over Clarkson to claim its first national championship. Goaltender Gaye Cooley is named the tournament MVP and Amo Bessone is named Coach of the Year.

In the fall of 1990, Anastos returned to his alma mater as an assistant coach under Mason. Those two teams went a combined 43-28-13, and in 1991-92, advanced to the Frozen Four. In his role as CCHA commissioner, he oversaw the growth and changes in the membership over 13 years, and in April 2010, the CCHA played host to the record-breaking 2010 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four at Ford Field in Detroit, the first Frozen Four to be held in a non-traditional hockey venue. In concert with his role of CCHA commissioner, Anastos served as the president of the Hockey Commissioners Association (HCA).

ANASTOS BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School Overall 1987-90 UM-Dearborn 68-37-7 2011-Pres. Michigan State 19-16-4

Conference N/A 19-16-4

MSU COACHING HISTORY

Year School 1922-23 No coach 1925-30 John Kobs 1950-51 Harold Paulsen 1951-79 Amo Bessone 1979-2002 Ron Mason 2002-2011 Rick Comley 2011-Pres. Tom Anastos

Overall Conference 2-7-0 8-18-1 6-25-0 367-427-20 626-267-68 440-156-59 186-140-39 123-95-31 19-16-4 19-16-4

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TOM ANASTOS HEAD COACH

2012-13 SPARTANS STAFF

March 13, 1982 – Michigan State downs Notre Dame, 4-1, capturing its first-ever CCHA Tournament championship in the year it joined the league. Current head coach Tom Anastos and assistant coach Kelly Miller were freshmen on that team, who went on to capture four straight CCHA Tournament titles in their careers. March 29, 1986 – MSU wins its second national championship, downing Harvard, 6-5, in Providence, R.I., on Mike Donnelly’s NCAA-record 59th goal of the season. February 28, 1998 – Senior goaltender Chad Alban caps a memorable Senior Night with an empty-net goal, becoming just the fourth college goaltender to be credited with a goal and the first to shoot it into an empty net. Alban shot the puck from behind and to the right of his net and it went in with just 13 seconds remaining in the 6-3 win over Ferris State

Dr. LouAnna K. Simon President

Mark Hollis

Athletics Director

March 15, 2001 – For the second straight year, a Spartan dominates the CCHA Awards Banquet. This time, it’s Ryan Miller who is named the league’s Player of the Year and Best Goaltender to go along with an All-CCHA First-Team selection. He would capture the Hobey Baker Memorial Award three weeks later. Shawn Horcoff won an unprecedented five individual CCHA awards in 2000 (Player of the Year, Best Defensive Forward, Scoring Champion, All-CCHA First Team and CCHA All-Academic). Oct. 6, 2001 – A world-record crowd of 74,554 watch as Michigan State and Michigan skate to a 3-3 overtime tie in an outdoor hockey game played at Spartan Stadium. The record crowd braved chilly temperatures, hovering just above freezing with wind gusts reaching nearly 30 mph. Spartans freshman forward Jim Slater scored the game-tying goal with 47 seconds left in regulation. March 22, 2002 – Ron Mason coaches his final game Ron Mason behind the Spartan bench as MSU falls to Colorado College 2-0 in the NCAA Tournament. Mason is still the all-time winningest coach in NCAA hockey history with 924 victories. April 7, 2007 – An underdog Spartan team shocks Boston College, 3-1, to secure Michigan State’s third NCAA title in school history. Trailing 1-0 entering the final frame, Tim Kennedy tied the score midway through the period then set up Justin Abdelkader for the game-winner with just 18.9 seconds remaining in regulation.

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Tom Newton

Kelly Miller

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Jamie Baldwin

Dr. Michael Kasavana

SID

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Munn Ice Arena - East Lansing, Michigan RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Single Season: 59 - Mike Donnelly (1985-86) Career: 138 - Tom Ross (1972-76) Defenseman Single Season: 21 - Steve Beadle (1989-90) Career: 44 - John-Michael Liles (2000-03) Freshman 27 - Rod Brind’Amour (1988-89)

Assists

Forward Single Season: 60 - Pat Murray (1989-90) Career: 186 - Tom Ross (1972-76) Defenseman Single Season: 64 - Norm Barnes (1973-74) Career: 122 - Steve Beadle (1986-90) Freshman 43 - Craig Simpson (1983-84)

Points Munn Ice Arena

Built: 1974

Capacity: 6,470

DIRECTIONS TO MSU

MUNN ICE ARENA

From Route 496: Take Trowbridge Road exit (Exit 9). Follow Trowbridge to the first major intersection and turn left onto Harrison Road. At the third light, turn right on to Kalamazoo. Munn Ice Arena is after the Breslin Center on the right.

Built in 1974 strictly for hockey, the 6,470-seat facility is consistently being upgraded and renovated. The most recent update came in the summer of 2007, when the hockey offices were completely renovated. New photo murals help tell the story of Michigan State’s hockey successes, including the 2007 National Championship celebration, National Hockey League players, and Stanley Cup winners. Most recently, the athletic training room received new custom-built cold and hot tubs through the generosity of former Spartan players. When Munn Ice Arena, named in honor of late Spartan football coach and athletic director Biggie Munn, was built, it was a smashing attendance success. With the Spartans playing exciting and winning hockey, Munn Ice Arena drew 118,875 during its first year of operation in 1974-75 and 157,567 in 1975-76, a mark that still stands for total home attendance in one season. The building also is the site of the largest planting project on campus, enhancing the beauty of the facility. The surrounding area serves as a teaching and demonstration area for landscape architecture, botany and horticulture students.

MSU FACTS Location: East Lansing, Michigan 48824 Founded: 1855 Enrollment: 45,520 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Green & White Joined CCHA: 1981-82 CCHA record: 567-259-92 All-time record: 1,223-903-125 President: Dr. LouAnna K. Simon Athletics Director: Mark Hollis Athletic Dept. Phone: (517) 432-2134 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Dr. Michael Kasavana Head Coach: Tom Anastos Michigan State ‘85 Hockey Office Phone: (517) 355-1639 Hockey Office E-mail: hockey@msu.edu Career Record: 19-16-4 Record at MSU: 19-16-4 Assistant Coaches: Tom Newton Kelly Miller Bowling Green ‘80 Michigan State ‘85 Trainer: Dave Carrier (517) 353-4564 Equipment Manager: Tom Magee (517) 355-6663

Arena: Munn Ice Arena (6,470) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Tom Campbell (517) 353-4698 Ticket Manager: Wendy Brown Box Office: (800) GO STATE Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION Hockey SID: Jamie Baldwin Office Phone: (517) 355-2271 Office Fax: (517) 353-9636 E-mail: jweir@ath.msu.edu Address: Z-22 Breslin Center, 534 Birch Rd. East Lansing, MI 48824-1003 School Web Site: msuspartans.com Press Box Phone: (517) 353-6359

Forward Single Season: 105 - Tom Ross (1975-76) Career: 324 - Tom Ross (1972-76) Defenseman Single Season: 64 - Norm Barnes (1973-74) Career: 164 - Steve Beadle (1986-90) Freshman 61 - Joe Murphy (1985-86)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 32 - Jason Muzzatti (1988-89) Career: 88 - Chad Alban (1994-98) Single Season: 1.32 - Ryan Miller (2000-01) Career: 1.54 - Ryan Miller (1999-2002) Single Season: .950 - Ryan Miller (2000-01) Career: .941 - Ryan Miller (1999-2002) Single Season: 10 - Ryan Miller (2000-01) Career: 26 - Ryan Miller (1999-2002)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA – .844 (1984-85); Overall – .864 (1984-85) Most Wins: CCHA – 27 (1984-85); Overall – 38 (1984-85) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA – 27 (1989-1990); Overall – 23 - two times (MR) 2000-2001 Longest Winless Streak: CCHA – 8- (2008-09); Overall – 14 - two times (MR) (1955-56) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - Seven times (MR) 2001 Trips to the Joe: 26 (MR) 2007 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - 11 times (MR) 2006 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 27 (MR) 2012 MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT MUNN ICE ARENA March 18, 1994 - Michigan State Spartans vs. Bowling Green Falcons Trailing by a 2-0 score with under 10 minutes remaining, the Spartans rally to top Bowling Green in

overtime, 3-2, in the quarterfinals of the CCHA Tournament at Joe Louis Arena. Steve Guolla scored all three MSU goals, giving Ron Mason career win No. 698 and making him the winningest coach in college hockey history, passing former University of Alberta mentor Clarke Drake. MSU 3 - BGSU 2

January 7, 2011 - Michigan State Spartans vs. Michigan Wolverines Torey Krug accounts for all three MSU goals in regulation and Daultan Leveille scored the OT

game-winner as the Spartans downed Michigan, 4-3, at Munn Ice Arena. Krug’s hat trick is just the second in school history by a defenseman. MSU 4 - UM 3

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Former Spartan John-Michael Liles was the CCHA Best Offensive Defenseman for two years in a row and scored an average of 1.28 points-per game for MSU.

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Joined CCHA: 1977-84,1997-98

CCHA Record: 300-241-59

All-Time: 751-612-114

EXPERIENCED NETMINDER - Jared Coreau, NMU’s top goaltender from a season ago, returns for his junior year. He led the team with 12 wins (12-7-2) a 2.22 goals-against average and a .928 save percentage. The 6-foot-5 native of Perth, Ont. is 17-124 in his career with a 2.74 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage.

season at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis., hosting Wisconsin (Oct. 12-13). NMU travels to Nebraska-Omaha (Oct. 19-20) and St. Cloud State (Jan. 4-5). The final nonconference series is a home-and-away series with Michigan Tech on Dec. 4 and Feb. 12.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

RETURNING UP FRONT - Senior forward Matt Thurber and junior forward Stephan Vigier are the team’s top returning point getters. Thurber had 11-19-30 in his first season on the ice for the ‘Cats. Vigier scored 13 goals and 26 points in his second season. Sophomore forward Reed Seckel also reached 20 points with eight goals and 12 assists in 2011-12. BACK ON THE BLUELINE - Seniors Scott Macaulay and Kyle Follmer lead an experienced group of defensemen. Follmer led last year’s team with 22 assists while Macaulay had 14 helpers. Sophomore Mitch Jones (6-8-14) and junior Wade Epp (1-910) also had double-digit points from the blueline. Sophomore Jake Baker was a CCHA all-rookie team honorable mention in 2011-12. NON-CONFERNCE FOES - NMU will play its entire non-conference schedule against teams from the WCHA. The ‘Cats open the

KYLE FILE - Walt Kyle is the second head coach in the history of NMU hockey. He has led the ‘Cats to Joe Louis Arena in seven of his 10 years behind the bench. Last year was only the second time the ‘Cats didn’t advance out of the first round of the CCHA Tournament under Kyle. His all-time record is 193-167-45 and his all-time CCHA record is 127-120-36. SEASONED NEWCOMERS - Freshmen forwards Ryan Aynsley, Cohen Adair and Darren Nowick join the Wildcats this season. Freshmen goaltenders Mathias Dahlstrom and Michael Doan will compete for the backup spot in the net behind Coreau. CCHA FINALE - NMU looks to finish the final season of the CCHA on top of the league standings. The ‘Cats won the CCHA regular season and tournament in both the 197980 and 1980-81 seasons. Northern Michigan last appeared in the CCHA Championship game and the NCAA Tournament in 2009-10.

Sun. 7 BROCK UNIVERSITY # 2:05 p.m. Fri. 12 WISCONSIN (Resch Center) * 7:05 p.m. Sat. 13 WISCONSIN (Resch Center) * 7:05 p.m. Fri. 19 at Nebraska-Omaha * 7:37 p.m. Sat. 20 at Nebraska-Omaha * 7:07 p.m. Fri. 26 NOTRE DAME 7:35 p.m. Sat. 27 NOTRE DAME 7:35 p.m.

November Fri. 2 MICHIGAN Sat. 3 MICHIGAN Fri. 9 at Miami Sat. 10 at Miami Fri. 16 at Ohio State Sat. 17 at Ohio State Fri. 23 ALASKA

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

Sat. 24 ALASKA Fri. 30 at Western Michigan

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 at Western Michigan Tue. 4 MICHIGAN TECH * Fri. 14 at Lake Superior Sat. 15 at Lake Superior

7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

January Fri. 4 at St. Cloud State * Sat. 5 at St. Cloud State * Fri. 11 MIAMI Sat. 12 MIAMI Fri. 18 OHIO STATE Sat. 19 OHIO STATE Fri. 25 at Alaska Sat. 26 at Alaska

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK

7:37 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

February

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 18/5; 11/3 F, 6/0 D, 1/2 G Key Returnees: Jared Coreau, G, JR (12-7-2, 2.22 GAA, .928 Spct.); CJ Ludwig, D, JR (1-5-6); Reed Seckel, F, SO (8-12-20); Matt Thurber, F, SR (11-19-30); Stephan Vigier, F, JR (13-13-26) Key Losses: Andrew Cherniwchan, F (10-10-20); Tyler Gron, F (17-20-37); Justin Florek, F (19-17-36)

Fri. 8 FERRIS STATE Sat. 9 FERRIS STATE Tue. 12 at Michigan Tech * Fri. 15 at Michigan State Sat. 16 at Michigan State Fri. 22 at Bowling Green Sat. 23 at Bowling Green

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m

NHL Draft Picks (0)

March

Impact Freshmen: Cohen Adair, F, Powell (BCHL); Ryan Aynsley, F, Castlegar (KIJHL); Darren Nowick, F, Vernon (BCHL)

Fri. 1 LAKE SUPERIOR Sat. 2 LAKE SUPERIOR

2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 6th/6th

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

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October

CCHA – 4th (2.71) CCHA – 8th(2.82) CCHA – 3rd (20.2%) CCHA – 6th (84.4%)

All Players 58 (54.7%) 187 (64.9%)

Forwards 42 (47.7%) 103 (52.5%)

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

Overall – 4th (2.86) Overall – 10th (2.76) Overall – 2nd (20%) Overall – 2nd (86%) Defense 16 (100%) 84 (100%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 22 11 23 31 30 29 1 18 27 33 25 26 16 74 19 3 28 24 4 20 14 21 9 6 12 5 8 40

Name Cohen Adair Ryan Aynsley Jake Baker Jared Coreau Mathias Dahlstrom Ryan Daugherty Michael Doan Luke Eibler Wade Epp Kyle Follmer Austin Handley Erik Higby Jake Johnson Mitch Jones Kory Kaunisto Ryan Kesti Robert Lindores CJ Ludwig Scott Macaulay Darren Nowick Brian Nugent Justin Rose Reed Seckel Nathan Taurence Matt Thurber Ryan Trenz DJ Vandercook Stephan Vigier

Pos. F F D G G F G D D D D F F D F D F D D F F F F D F D F F

Yr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. RFr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr.

Ht. 6-2 5-10 6-6 6-5 6-0 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-8 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-8 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-3 5-9

Wt. 201 175 215 200 181 194 230 185 215 190 205 175 160 185 180 200 198 175 165 185 185 165 178 185 190 180 190 165

Sh. Age L 20 L 22 L 21 L 20 L 20 R 21 L 21 R 21 L 23 L 25 L 22 L 23 L 23 L 20 R 23 R 23 R 21 R 22 R 21 R 20 L 24 L 21 L 23 R 23 R 22 R 20 R 21 L 22

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Stratford, ON/Powell (BCHL) Kelowna, BC/Castlegar (KIJHL) Port Moody, BC/Trail (BCHL) Perth, ON/Lincoln (USHL) Smedjebacken, SWE/Chicago (USHL) Allen, TX/Omaha (USHL) Sault Ste. Marie, ON/Huntsville (OJHL) Pinckney, MI/Northeastern (HEA) Chilliwack, BC/Victoria (BCHL) St. Paul, MN/Lincoln (USHL) Clarkston, MI/Des Moines (USHL) Shelby Twp., MI/ Topeka (NAHL) Duluth, MN/Penticton (BCHL) Delta, BC/Surrey (BCHL) Sault Ste. Marie, MI/Lincoln (USHL) Red Wing, MN/Sioux City (USHL) Port Alberni, BC/Surrey (BCHL) Little Elm, TX/Omaha (USHL) Winnipeg, MB/Winnipeg (MJHL) Long Beach, CA/Vernon (BCHL) Victoria, BC/Victoria (BCHL) Gibbons, AB/Fort McMurray (AJHL) Melvin, MI/Green Bay (USHL) Trenton, MI/St. Scholastica (NCHA) Beaver Dam, WI/Wisconsin (WCHA) St. Louis, MO/Chicago Steel (USHL) Farmington Hills, MI/Wenatchee (NAHL) Notre Dame, MB/Sioux City (USHL)

*Age as of October 1, 2012

Stephan Vigier

Matt Thurber

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (5), JR (8), SO (6), FR (9)

Reed Seckel

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Junior goaltender Jared Coreau (right) returns after posting 12 wins, a 2.22 GAA and a .928 save percentage last season.

Average Height: 6’0” Average Weight: 188 lbs. Average Age: 21 years Shot: Left (16) - Right (12) Nationality: American (15), Canadian (12), Sweden (1)

...by the numbers # 1 3 4 5 6 8 9 11 12 14 16 18 19 20

Name Michael Doan Ryan Kesti Scott Macaulay Ryan Trentz Nathan Taurence DJ Vandercook Reed Seckel Ryan Ayansley Matt Thurber Brian Nugent Jake Johnson Luke Eibler Kory Kaunisto Darren Nowick

Pos G D D D D F F F F F F D F F

Yr FR SO SR FR RFr SO SO FR SR SR JR JR SR FR

# 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 40 74

Name Pos Justin Rose F Cohen Ahair F Jake Baker D CJ Ludwig D Austin Handley D Erik Higby F Wade Epp D Robert Lindores D Ryan Daugherty F Mathias Dahlstrom G Jared Coreau G Kyle Follmer D Stephan Vigier F Mitch Jones D

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Yr FR FR FR JR JR JR JR FR SO FR JR SR SO SO

Brian Stewart finished tied for second in the CCHA in save percentage in 2008-09.

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2011-12 NORTHERN MICHIGAN STATISTICS

OVERALL (17-14-6)

# NAME GP G A 17 Tyler Gron 35 17 20 18 Justin Florek 37 19 17 12 Matt Thurber 37 11 19 40 Stephan Vigier 37 13 13 33 Kyle Follmer 36 4 22 22 A. Cherniwchan 28 10 10 9 Reed Seckel 36 8 12 4 Scott Macaulay 36 3 14 74 Mitch Jones 34 6 8 27 Wade Epp 36 1 9 89 Dylan Walchuk 19 2 6 19 Kory Kaunisto 37 2 6 23 Jake Baker 36 1 7 26 Erik Higby 28 2 5 29 Ryan Daugherty 30 3 3 24 CJ Ludwig 36 1 5 25 Austin Handley 22 0 3 14 Brian Nugent 30 2 0 3 Ryan Kesti 34 1 1 8 DJ Vandercook 19 0 1 16 Jake Johnson 20 0 1 44 Devan Hartigan 1 0 0 35 Reid Ellingson 19 0 0 31 Jared Coreau 23 0 0 Bench -- -- -- Northern Michigan Totals 37 106 182

PTS PIM PP 37 11/22 4 36 9/18 9 30 13/26 2 26 5/10 4 26 12/35 1 20 13/59 3 20 20/51 1 17 19/60 1 14 12/35 1 10 27/81 0 8 1/2 1 8 13/26 0 8 10/42 0 7 3/6 0 6 15/30 0 6 20/40 0 3 7/14 0 2 11/33 0 2 5/10 0 1 0/0 0 1 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 -- 3/6 -- 288 229/606 27

SH 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 2

GW 2 3 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 17

CONFERENCE (11-11-6-3)

+/- +3 +4 +9 -3 -1 +5 +6 -4 -11 +6 E -3 +2 +1 -3 E -4 -1 -2 E -5 E -1 +7 -- --

GP 26 28 28 28 27 19 27 27 25 27 14 28 27 20 23 27 19 23 28 15 15 1 16 17 -- 28

G 12 11 9 11 2 8 5 3 5 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 -- 76

A PTS PIM 15 27 9/18 16 27 8/16 12 21 8/16 8 19 5/10 16 18 8/27 6 14 9/51 9 14 15/41 10 13 13/48 3 8 10/31 5 6 20/56 4 6 1/2 6 6 12/24 5 6 8/27 5 5 2/4 2 4 15/30 2 3 12/24 3 3 5/10 0 2 6/23 1 2 4/8 1 1 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 -- -- 2/4 129 205 172/470

PP SH GW +/- 4 0 2 +2 4 0 2 +2 1 2 1 +3 4 0 1 -2 1 0 0 -1 2 0 0 +5 1 0 0 +2 1 0 1 -4 1 0 2 -9 0 0 0 +1 1 0 0 -1 0 0 0 -6 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 -4 0 0 0 -3 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 -3 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 -4 0 0 0 E 0 0 0 -4 0 0 0 +4 -- -- -- -- 20 2 11 --

CAREER GP 140 157 79 75 116 146 47 104 34 73 19 89 36 63 30 71 48 85 40 19 34 7 70 38 -- --

G 48 54 13 16 11 35 8 4 6 4 2 3 1 7 3 1 0 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 -- --

A PTS 49 97 63 117 28 41 22 38 44 55 48 83 14 22 34 38 8 14 16 20 6 8 7 10 7 8 13 20 3 6 11 12 6 6 3 10 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- --- --

37 102 165 267 182/460 24 3 14 -- 28 79 126 205 139/374 19 3 11 -- -- -- -- -OVERALL CONFERENCE Opponent Totals

# Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 31 Jared Coreau 23 1244:02 46 2.22 590 .928 12 7 2 35 Reid Ellingson 19 1001:01 50 3.00 469 .904 5 7 4 44 Devan Hatigan 1 0:07 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 TM EMPTY NET 17 11:34 6 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 37 2256:44 102 2.71 1059 .912 17 14 6 Opponents........... 37 2256:44 106 2.82 837 .888 14 17 6

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 17 888:04 32 2.54 434 .931 8 5 2 16 816:49 42 4.31 391 .903 3 6 4 1 0:07 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 13 6:48 5 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1711:48 79 2.77 849 .913 11 11 6 28 1711:48 76 2.66 606 .890 11 11 6

2011-12 RESULTS

October

7 at Wisconsin * 8 at Wisconsin * 14 ST. CLOUD STATE * 15 ST. CLOUD STATE * 21 MICHIGAN 22 MICHIGAN 28 at Western Michigan 29 at Western Michigan

November

4 5 11 12 18 19

NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME at Ohio State at Ohio State MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE

W(OT) L W W W T(OT) L L(OT)

3-2 9444 2-3 11158 5-2 2831 3-2 2836 1-9 3767 3-3 4260 2-4 3053 2-3 3361

T(SW) T(SW) L L L W

2-2 1-1 1-4 1-4 2-4 2-1

3794 4260 1449 2667 3286 3453

December 2 MIAMI 3 MIAMI 9 at Lake Superior 10 at Lake Superior 16 MICHIGAN TECH * 30 RUSSIAN RED STARS #

January

6 ALASKA 7 ALASKA 13 at Michigan State 14 at Michigan State 21 at Michigan Tech 27 at Miami 28 at Miami

W W W L W W

2-1 5-1 2-1 3-6 4-1 3-2

2646 2851 2594 2572 3880 2386

T(OT) W T(OT) L W W L

2-2 7-3 5-5 1-2 5-2 2-1 0-6

2155 2147 5009 6210 3708 2814 3085

February 3 4 10 11 17 18 24 25

FERRIS STATE FERRIS STATE at Bowling Green at Bowling Green at Michigan at Michigan LAKE SUPERIOR LAKE SUPERIOR

March

2 BOWLING GREEN % 3 BOWLING GREEN % 4 BOWLING GREEN %

T(SW) L W W L L(OT) W W

5-5 1-3 4-2 2-0 1-4 2-3 6-2 5-3

2669 3112 2687 1864 6637 6637 3168 3586

W L L

4-2 3-5 1-4

1664 1557 1098

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Walt Kyle, who enters his 11th season, was named the second head hockey coach in Northern Michigan University history on June 13, 2002. He took over for Rick Comley, who left to become the head coach at Michigan State University. Kyle has led the Wildcats to six 20-wins seasons and is 193167-45 at NMU. Kyle guided the ’Cats to the NCAA Tournament during the 2009-10 season and to the CCHA Championship Tournament at Joe Louis Arena in seven of his ten years. He was the head coach of the U.S. National Junior Team, which placed fourth at the 2006 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship in British Columbia, Canada. The‘Cats lost in the CCHA Tournament Champion and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in 2009-10. NMU has won the third-place game at the CCHA

Walt Kyle led Northern Michigan to its first NCAA Tournament appearance in over 10 years in the 2009-10 season.

Championship three times (02-03, 07-08, 08-09) under coach Kyle. NMU has three-22 win seasons (02-03, 04-05, 05-06), a 21-win season (03-04) and two 20-win seasons (07-08, 09-10) in the Walt Kyle era. Prior to his NMU return, Kyle was an assistant coach with the National Hockey League’s New York Rangers for two years under coach Ron Lowe. Glen Sather, the Rangers general manager who was the previous GM in Edmonton, brought Kyle to New York. Kyle was the coach of the American Hockey League’s Hamilton Bulldogs, the Oilers’ top affiliate club. Kyle’s other NHL experience came with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim under Ron Wilson. He has coached former NHL stars such as Mark Messier, Eric Lindros, Brian Leetch, Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne. His other professional coaching positions were with the AHL’s Baltimore Bandits, the International Hockey League’s San Diego Gulls and the Western Hockey League’s Seattle Thunderbirds (1992-94). Kyle was a two-time NMU letterman after transferring from Boston College. He captained the 1980 and ’81 Wildcat squads that advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four. Kyle appeared in 85 games for the ’Cats and scored 31 goals and had 59 assists for 90 points. He became the first person in NCAA hockey history to score a goal in two tournaments for two separate teams. Following graduation, he became a graduate assistant coach under Comley and was promoted to assistant coach in 1982, a position he held until 1992. Kyle was the program’s top assistant in 1991 when Northern won the NCAA Division I national title.

Memorable Moments

Kyle graduated from NMU in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education. He attended graduate school at Northern, where he studied exercise physiology. An active participant in USA Hockey, Kyle was an assistant coach under Lou Vairo in 2001 for Team USA, which finished fourth at the World Championships in Germany, and under Wilson for the 1994 squad that competed in Milan, Italy. He also was a coach with the 1992 and ’93 U.S. Junior National Teams, the former which won the bronze medal – the highest finish ever by an American squad under the old format, and one of only three U.S. teams to medal at the World Championships at the time. He was the assistant coach of the national junior squad under Kevin Constantine in 1991. Kyle was named to the USA Hockey’s International Council in June 2002. Kyle and his wife, Ann, have four children: two daughters, Erin and Quinn; and two sons, Evan and Walt.

KYLE BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 2002-pres. NMU Career

Overall Conference 193-167-45 127-120-36 193-167-45 127-120-36

NMU COACHING HISTORY

Year School 1976-2002 Rick Comley 2002-pres. Walt Kyle

Overall Conference 538-429-68 371-321-53 193-167-45 127-120-36

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November 5, 1976 – NMU wins its first collegiate hockey game as a varsity sport with a 5-3 decision over Lake Superior State.

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WALT KYLE HEAD COACH

November 4, 1977 – NMU wins its first CCHA game against BGSU by a 7-4 score. 1979-80 season – In its fourth season as a varsity sport, the NMU hockey team wins the

CCHA regular-season and tournament championships. NMU defeats Ferris State 7-3, 8-6 on March 14-15 to claim the tournament title. NMU makes a run in the NCAA Tournament before losing to North Dakota, 5-2, in the championship game.

David Haynes President

Forrest Karr

Director of Athletics

March 30, 1991 – NMU wins the NCAA Championship with an 8-7 (3OT) win over Boston University.

October 8, 1999 – NMU opens the Berry Events

Center, its on-campus ice rink, with a 9-0 win over Michigan Tech.

March 16, 2002 – Rick Comley coaches his final

game on the NMU bench against his new school the Michigan State Spartans. Comley loses his final game as the NMU head coach, 2-1.

John Kyle Assistant Coach

Joe Shawhan

Assistant Coach

October 5, 2002 – Walt Kyle wins his debut as the NMU head coach with a 4-1 win over Michigan Tech. March 19, 2010 – Greger Hanson scored the game-

Rick Comley winning goal at 1:07 of overtime in the CCHA semifinal game against Ferris State, for the 5-4 win, to send the Wildcats to the CCHA Championship game for the first time since 1999. CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Calvin Larson

Sports Information

Julie Rochester

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Berry Events Center - Marquette, Michigan RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points Berry Events Center

Built: 1999

Capacity: 4,260

DIRECTIONS TO NMU

BERRY EVENTS CENTER

Take I-75 North to U.S. 2 West (Escanaba). Make a right at 77 North (Blaney Park) and then a left at 28 West (Seney). Make a right on 28 West/41 North (Harvey). Follow this road straight into Marquette. It becomes Front Street. The arena is located at the end of Front Street.

Opened in August 1999, The Berry Events Center is in its 13th season as the home of the Wildcats. The nearly $11-millon facility provides individual seating for over 3,900 fans, in addition to 16 luxury boxes and standing room for 400 fans. The facility is named after John W. Berry, Jr., a 1971 graduate of Northern Michigan University who donated $2 million to the project. NMU is one of just two CCHA schools to play home games on a 200’ by 100’ Olympic-sized ice surface (Alaska-Fairbanks is the other). The Berry Events Center also features locker rooms and support areas for the NMU men’s and women’s basketball teams and the U.S. Speed skating teams along with four general-use locker rooms.

NMU FACTS Location: Marquette, Michigan 49855 Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 9,400 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Green and Gold Joined CCHA: 1977-84, 1997-pres. CCHA record: 300-41-59 All-time record: 751-612-114 President: David Haynes Athletic Director: Forrest Karr Athletic Dept. Phone: (906) 227-2107 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Julie Rochester Head Coach: Walt Kyle Northern Michigan ‘81 Hockey Office Phone: (906) 227-1209 Hockey Office E-mail: wkyle@nmu.edu Career Record: 193-167-45 Record at NMU: 193-167-45 Assistant Coaches: John Kyle Joe Shawhan NMU ’82 NMU ‘09 Athletic Trainer: Kris Rowe (906) 227-2027 Equipment Manager: Hans Andel (906) 227-1110

Arena: Berry Events Center (4,260) Surface Size: 200’ x 100’ Arena Manager: Carl Bammert (906) 227-2465 Ticket Manager: Christy Lake Box Office: (906) 227-2839 Home Game Times: 7:35 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Manager: Calvin Larson Office Phone: (906) 227-1917 Office Fax: (906) 227-2492 E-mail: calarson@nmu.edu Website: www.nmu.edu/athletics Facebook: www.facebook.com/NMUWildcats School Website: www.nmu.edu Press Box Phone: (906) 227-1720

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 48 - Scott Beattie (1990-91) Career: 130 - Gary Emmons (1983-87) Single Season: 20 - Brad Werenka (1990-91) Career: 52 - Don Waddell (1976-80) 39 - Tony Szabo (1990-91) Single Season: 55 - Steve Bozek (1980-81) Career: 149 - Three Players Tied Single Season: 43 - Brad Werenka (1990-91) Career: 120 - Don Waddell (1976-80) 34 - Don Waddell (1976-77) Single Season: 96 - Bill Joyce (1979-80) Career: 255 - Bill Joyce (1976-80) Single Season: 63 - Brad Werenka (1990-91) Career: 172 - Don Waddell (1976-80) 59 - Scott Beattie (1989-90) 59 - Tony Szabo (1990-91)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 32 - Bill Pye (1990-91) Career: 81 - Bill Pye (1987-91) Single Season: 2.07 - Tuomas Tarkki (2004-05) Career: 2.24 - Tuomas Tarkki (2004-05) Single Season: .930 - Tuomas Tarkki (2004-05) Career: .924 - Tuomas Tarkki (2004-05) Single Season: 5 - Dan Ragusett (1999-00) Career:12 - Craig Kowalski (2000-04)

RECORDS (TEAM)

Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .850 (1979-80); Overall - .851 (1990-91) Most Wins: CCHA - 18 (1980-81); Overall - 38 (1990-91) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 10 (1979-80); Overall - 15 (1979-80) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 10 (1979-80); Overall - 26 (1990-91) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st (MR) 1981, two times Trips to the Joe: 10 (MR) 2010 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st (MR) 1981 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 8 (MR) 2010 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 3 (MR) 1991 NCAA Championships: 1 (1991) MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT THE BERRY EVENTS CENTER OCTOBER 8, 1999 – Northern Michigan vs. Michigan Tech

NMU opens the Berry Events Center, its on-campus ice rink with a 9-0 win over Michigan Tech. NMU 9 - MTU 0

MARCH 16, 2001 – Northern Michigan vs. Michigan State

Rick Comley coaches his final game on the NMU bench against his new school, the Michigan State Spartans. Comley loses his NMU finale, 1-2. NMU 1 - MSU 2

OCTOBER 5, 2002 – Northern Michigan vs. Michigan Tech

Walt Kyle wins his debut as the NMU head coach with a 4-1 win over Michgian Tech. NMU 4 - MTU 1

OCTOBER 18, 2002 – Northern Michigan vs. Michigan State

In Rick Comley’s first visit to the Berry Events Center since taking over at Michigan State and his first head-to-head encounter with his student Walt Kyle, the Wildcats defeat the Spartans, 10-4. The teams were even at one after 20 minutes of play and then NMU exploded for seven goals in the second period and two more in the third. NMU 10 - MSU 4

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Between 2000-04, Craig Kowalski set the Northern Michigan career record for shutouts with 12.

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Joined CCHA: 1981-83, 1992-93

CCHA Record: 255-295-80

All-Time: 733-787-129

NEW DIGS - Notre Dame played host to Rensselaer on Oct. 21 in the first game at the school’s new on-campus arena, Compton Family Ice Arena. The Fighting Irish beat RPI, 5-2, in front of a sellout crowd of 5,022. The new rink was dedicated on Nov. 18 when the Irish defeated Boston College in thrilling fashion, with sophomore Bryan Rust scoring the game-winning goal with 1.1 seconds left on the clock in overtime. The Compton Family Ice Arena houses the main 200’ x 90’ rink, The Charles “Lefty” Smith Jr. Rink, and a second Olympic-sized 200’ x 100’ sheet. The Irish averaged a crowd of 4,793 for their 19 home games at the new arena last season.

forwards T.J. Tynan and Anders Lee, return this season. Tynan led the Irish in scoring for the second year in a row, finishing last season with 13 goals and 41 points. Tynan became the first Irish player to win the CCHA scoring title, tying Michigan State’s Torey Krug for first with 29 points (9-20-29). He was also the first Irish player to be selected to an all-CCHA team two years in a row. Lee was Notre Dame’s leading scorer with 17 goals and finished fifth in the CCHA in scoring. Lee was an honorable mention for the all-CCHA team and enters his junior season with 41 career goals.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

UP AND DOWN - Head coach Jeff Jackson and his Irish squad will be looking to improve after their 19-18-7 season in 2011-12. On the strength of an 11-game unbeaten streak, the preseason No. 1 Irish went 10-2-3 through Nov. 25. The Fighting Irish then went on a rollercoaster ride, losing four consecutive games, and then winning three consecutive games against nationally ranked Ferris State, Boston University and Minnesota. Notre Dame won only four of its last 14 games, finishing the regular season with a 17-16-3 record. The Irish swept Ohio State in the opening round of the CCHA Tournament before being swept by Michigan in the second round. FIREPOWER UP FRONT - The Fighting Irish will see two of their top scorers, junior

LOTS OF EXPERIENCE - Notre Dame features a veteran lineup this season for the first time since 2009-10, with 16 upperclassmen on the roster, 12 of which are juniors. The Irish will be led by four seniors: goaltender Mike Johnson, defenseman Sam Calabrese and forwards Nick Larson and Kevin Nugent. Ten freshmen and sophomores round out the squad. SET IN NET - Between the pipes, the Irish will depend on the talents of senior Mike Johnson and junior Steven Summerhays. In 23 starts, Johnson completed the 2011-12 season with a 9-10-3 record, 2.69 goals-against average and a .883 save percentage. Summerhays started 17 games for the Irish and was 10-80. He recorded his first two career shutouts last season and finished with a 2.43 goalsagainst average and a .910 save percentage.

October Sun. 7 U.S. NTDP # 5:05 p.m. Ice Breaker Tournament Fri. 12 vs Maine * 6:00 p.m. Sat. 13 vs Army or Nebraska-Omaha * 3:30/6:30 p.m. Thu. 18 MINNESOTA-DULUTH * 7:35 p.m. Fri. 19 MINNESOTA-DULUTH * 7:35 p.m. Fri. 26 at Northern Michigan 7:35 p.m. Sat. 27 at Northern Michigan 7:35 p.m.

November Fri. 2 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sun. 4 WESTERN MICHIGAN Fri. 9 at Boston College * Thu. 15 at Michigan Fri. 16 at Michigan Fri. 23 NORTH DAKOTA * Sat. 24 NORTH DAKOTA * Fri. 30 LAKE SUPERIOR

7:35 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

December Sat. 1 LAKE SUPERIOR Fri. 7 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 8 MICHIGAN STATE Sat. 15 at Bowling Green

7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

January Tue. 8 at Minnesota * Fri. 11 at Michigan State Sat. 12 at Michigan State Tue. 15 at Bowling Green Fri. 18 ALASKA Sat. 19 ALASKA Fri. 25 FERRIS STATE Sat. 26 FERRIS STATE

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/4, 11/3 F, 6/1 D, 3/0 G Key Returnees: Sam Calabrese, D, SR (3-13-16); Jeff Costello, F, JR (5-7-12); Anders Lee, F, JR (17-17-34); Robbie Russo, D, SO (4-11-15); Bryan Rust, F, JR (5-6-11); T.J. Tynan, F, JR (13-28-41); Austin Wuthrich, F, SO (7-10-17) Key Losses: Patrick Gaul, F (2-5-7); Sean Lorenz, D (3-10-13); Billy Maday, F (12-15-27); Riley Sheahan, F (9-16-25) NHL Draft Picks (12): Austin Wuthrich (WSH ‘12); Thomas DiPauli (WSH ‘12); Robbie Russo (NYI ’11); Steven Fogarty (NYR ’11); T.J. Tynan (CBJ ’11); Mario Lucia (MIN ’11); Kevin Lind (ANA ’10); Bryan Rust (PIT ’10); Stephen Johns (CHI ’10); Anders Lee (NYI ’09); Jeff Costello (OTT ’09); Nick Larson (CGY ’08) Impact Freshmen: Thomas DiPauli, F, U.S. NTDP (USHL); Steven Fogarty, F, Penticton (BCHL); Sam Herr, F, Green Bay (USHL); Mario Lucia, F, Penticton (BCHL); Andy Ryan, D, Sioux City (USHL) 2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 1st/8th

7:07 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

February Fri. 1 at Ohio State Sat. 2 at Ohio State Fri. 8 MICHIGAN Sat. 9 MICHIGAN Fri. 15 at Miami Sun. 17 vs. Miami (Soldier Field) Fri. 22 at Western Michigan Sat. 23 at Western Michigan

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. TBD 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 BOWLING GREEN Sat. 2 BOWLING GREEN

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: CCHA – 9th (2.32) Overall – 9th (2.52) Team Defense Rank: CCHA – 6th (2.61) Overall – 8th (2.67) Power-Play Rank: CCHA – 5th (.179) Overall – 5th (.185) Penalty Killing Rank: CCHA – 10th (.800) Overall – 8th (.829) Returning All Players Forwards Defense Goals 75 (74.3%) 61 (72.6%) 14 (82.4%) Points 201 (73.4%) 150 (71.4%) 51 (79.7%) | 58 |

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No. 29 8 11 14 26 10 12 28 23 32 17 9 25 22 20 31 5 21 6 15 1 3 18 16 27

Name Pos. Jared Beers D Sam Calabrese D Jeff Costello F Thomas DiPauli F Steven Fogarty F David Gerths F Sam Herr F Stephen Johns D Eric Johnson D Mike Johnson G Nick Larson F Anders Lee F Kevin Lind D Mario Lucia F Kevin Nugent F Joe Rogers G Robbie Russo D Bryan Rust F Andy Ryan D Peter Schneider F Steven Summerhays G Shayne Taker D T.J. Tynan F Mike Voran F Austin Wuthrich F

Yr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So.

Ht. 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-4 5-8 5-11 6-1

Wt. 196 193 212 185 202 217 204 233 191 210 197 220 223 193 200 193 194 201 200 192 188 201 165 188 198

Sh. R R L L R R R R L L L L L L R R R R R R L L R R R

Age 22 21 22 18 19 22 19 20 21 23 22 22 20 19 23 22 19 20 19 21 22 22 20 22 19

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Mishawaka, IN/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Park Ridge, IL/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Milwaukee, WI/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Woodridge, IL/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Edina, MN/Penticton (BCHL) Ankeny, IA/Green Bay (USHL) Hinsdale, IL/Green Bay (USHL) Wampum, PA/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Verona, WI/Dubuque (USHL) Verona, WI/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Apple Valley, MN/Waterloo (USHL) Edina, MN/Green Bay (USHL) Homer Glen, IL/Chicago (USHL) Plymouth, MN/Penticton (BCHL) New Canaan, CT/Tri-City (USHL) Marysville, MI/Albert Lea (NAHL) Westmont, IL/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Novi, MI/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Brighton, MI/Sioux City (USHL) Vienna, Austria/Indiana (USHL) Anchorage, AK/Green Bay (USHL) Surrey, BC/Cowichan Valley (BCHL) Orland Park, Ill./Des Moines (USHL) Livonia, MI/Sioux Falls (USHL) Anchorage, AK/U.S. NTDP (USHL)

*Age as of October 1, 2012

T.J. Tynan

Stephen Johns

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Steven Summerhays

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (4), JR (12), SO (4), FR (5) Average Height: 6’0” Average Weight: 198.8 lbs. Average Age: 20 years, 11 months

Junior forward Anders Lee (right) returns after leading the Fighting Irish in goals in each of last two seasons.

Shot: Left (10) - Right (15) Nationality: American (23), Austrian (1) Canadian (1)

...by the numbers # Name Pos 1 Steven Summerhays G 2 Shayne Taker D 5 Robbie Russo D 6 Andy Ryan D 8 Sam Calabrese D 9 Anders Lee F 10 David Gerths F 11 Jeff Costello F 12 Sam Herr F 14 Thomas DiPauli F 15 Peter Schneider F 16 Mike Voran F 17 Nick Larson F

Yr JR JR SO FR SR JR JR JR FR FR SO JR SR

# 18 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 31 32

Name Pos Yr T.J. Tynan F JR Kevin Nugent F SR Bryan Rust F JR Mario Lucia F FR Eric Johnson D SO Kevin Lind D JR Steven Fogarty F FR Austin Wuthrich F SO Stephen Johns D JR Jared Beers D JR Joe Rogers G JR Mike Johnson D SR

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OVERALL (19-18-3) # NAME GP G A 18 T. J. Tynan 39 13 28 9 Anders Lee 40 17 17 17 Billy Maday 40 12 15 4 Riley Sheahan 37 9 16 27 Austin Wuthrich 36 7 10 8 Sam Calabrese 40 3 13 5 Robbie Russo 40 4 11 24 Sean Lorenz 39 3 10 11 Jeff Costello 28 5 7 21 Bryan Rust 40 5 6 16 Mike Voran 38 5 5 28 Stephen Johns 39 4 6 26 Nick Larson 34 5 3 6 Patrick Gaul 32 2 5 3 Shayne Taker 40 2 5 15 Peter Schneider 23 2 4 19 Garrett Peterson 20 2 2 10 David Gerths 35 0 4 25 Kevin Lind 39 1 2 20 Kevin Nugent 26 0 3 12 Richard Ryan 9 0 1 14 Nick Condon 1 0 0 31 Joe Rogers 1 0 0 29 Jared Beers 5 0 0 1 Steven Summerhays 20 0 0 32 Mike Johnson 26 0 0 Bench -- -- -- Notre Dame Totals 40 101 173 Opponent Totals 40 107 169

CONFERENCE (12-13-3-0) PTS 41 34 27 25 17 16 15 13 12 11 10 10 8 7 7 6 4 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 -- 274 276

PIM PP SH 19/38 5 2 12/24 7 0 14/28 7 0 12/24 5 1 13/34 0 0 6/12 0 0 7/14 4 0 5/10 1 0 22/58 2 0 7/14 0 0 9/18 1 0 23/71 2 0 23/73 1 0 4/8 0 0 2/4 0 0 3/6 0 0 8/24 0 0 9/18 0 0 11/22 0 0 4/8 0 0 0/0 0 0 1/2 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 4/8 -- -- 218/518 35 3 253/552 26 3

GW 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 19 18

+/- -6 -1 -3 E +5 -9 -7 -6 -6 -2 -7 -1 -7 -6 -6 +3 +6 -13 -3 -1 -3 E -1 E -1 -13 -- -- --

GP 28 28 28 27 27 28 28 27 17 28 27 28 26 22 28 15 14 23 27 17 6 1 0 4 12 21 -- 28 28

G 9 8 7 5 7 3 4 1 2 4 3 4 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 65 73

CAREER

A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 20 29 16/32 3 1 1 -4 15 23 9/18 6 0 1 -2 8 15 6/12 4 0 1 -6 12 17 11/22 2 0 1 -1 5 12 8/24 0 0 0 E 6 9 5/10 0 0 0 -3 4 8 3/6 4 0 1 -9 5 6 1/2 0 0 1 -2 4 6 11/33 2 0 1 -4 3 7 5/10 0 0 0 E 3 6 9/18 0 0 0 -7 4 8 13/40 2 0 2 -3 3 6 17/50 1 0 1 -5 3 5 4/8 0 0 1 -4 5 6 1/2 0 0 0 -5 2 3 0/0 0 0 0 +3 1 2 7/22 0 0 1 +3 3 3 6/12 0 0 0 -10 0 0 5/10 0 0 0 -6 3 3 4/8 0 0 0 E 1 1 0/0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 1/2 0 0 0 E 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 -13 -- -- 2/4 -- -- -- -- 110 175 144/345 24 1 12 -117 190 182/402 19 2 13 --

GP 83 84 153 114 36 85 40 157 72 80 81 83 112 80 71 23 20 78 71 48 38 26 2 30 32 91

G 36 41 45 20 7 9 4 9 17 11 9 6 21 3 3 2 2 8 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

A PTS 59 95 37 78 60 105 44 64 10 17 25 34 11 15 25 34 13 30 19 30 20 29 17 23 17 38 7 10 13 16 4 6 2 4 7 15 12 14 5 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 6 7 0 0 1 1

OVERALL CONFERENCE # Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 32 Mike Johnson 26 1381:33 62 2.69 466 .883 9 10 3 1 Steven Summerhays 20 1038:03 42 2.43 425 .910 10 8 0 31 Joe Rogers 1 15:24 2 7.79 3 .600 0 0 0 TM EMPTY NET 20 14:15 1 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 40 2447:27 107 2.62 894 .893 19 18 3 Opponents........... 40 2447:27 101 2.48 1059 .913 18 19 3

October 2 7 8 14 15 21 28 29

vs. Western Ontario # at Minnesota-Duluth * at Minnesota-Duluth * OHIO STATE OHIO STATE RENSSELAER * at Bowling Green at Bowling Green

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GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 49 2.59 379 .886 7 7 3 23 2.48 209 .901 5 6 0 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 1 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 73 2.58 588 .890 12 13 3 65 2.30 758 .921 13 12 3

2011-12 RESULTS

W L W W L W W W

4-0 3-4 5-3 3-4 3-4 5-2 3-1 3-2

4 at Northern Michigan T(OT) 2-2 5 at Northern Michigan T(OT) 1-1 11 ALASKA W 5-4 12 ALASKA W(OT) 3-5 15 WESTERN MICHIGAN W 6-2 18 BOSTON COLLEGE * W(OT) 4-2 22 at Western Michigan T(OT) 2-2 25 at Lake Superior W 4-1 26 at Lake Superior L 2-5

GP Minutes 21 1134:25 12 557:05 0 0 15 7:48 28 1699:18 28 1699:18

1709 6293 6303 2506 2857 5022 1896 1928 3794 4260 5022 4374 4216 5022 3381 1806 1998

December 2 NORTHEASTERN 3 NORTHEASTERN 9 at Ferris State 10 FERRIS STATE 31 BOSTON UNIVERSITY

January

3 RUSSIAN RED STARS # 7 at Minnesota * 13 WESTERN MICHIGAN 14 at Western Michigan 20 MICHIGAN 21 MICHIGAN 27 at Alaska 28 at Alaska

L L L W W

2-9 1-2 1-4 4-1 5-2

4968 5022 2047 4487 4829

W W L L W L L W

2-1 4664 4-3 10242 2-3 4824 1-3 4237 3-1 5022 1-2 5022 3-6 3007 4-2 3222

February

3 4 10 11 17 18 24 25

BOWLING GREEN BOWLING GREEN FERRIS STATE at Ferris State at Miami at Miami MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE

March

2 3 9 10

OHIO STATE % OHIO STATE % at Michigan % at Michigan %

W L L L L L W L

2-1 2-3 0-3 1-5 0-3 1-4 2-0 2-4

5022 5022 5022 2493 3154 3876 5022 5022

W W L(2OT) L

2-0 4-2 1-2 1-3

3936 4202 6132 6637

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Jeff Jackson has led Notre Dame to four NCAA Tournament appearances and two trips to the Frozen Four. The 2012-13 season marks the eighth year for head coach Jeff Jackson behind the Notre Dame bench. In his first seven seasons guiding the Fighting Irish, Jackson has moved Notre Dame among the ranks of college hockey’s elite teams. Since the 2005-06 campaign, the Irish have won 160 games, claimed a pair of CCHA regular-season championships and won two CCHA tournament titles (2006-07, 2008-09). Notre Dame has made four NCAA appearances (2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2010-11) highlighted by a pair of Frozen Four appearance in 2008 and 2011 with one trip to the national championship game in ’08. The Irish bounced back from a disappointing 1317-8 season in ’09-’10 and advanced to the 2011 NCAA Frozen Four, finishing with a 25-14-5 overall record while finishing second in the CCHA. For his efforts, Jackson was named CCHA Coach of the Year for the third time in his career. In 2011-12, Notre Dame opened the season ranked No. 1 in the nation and got off to a fast start, including an 11-game unbeaten streak (8-0-3) from Oct. 21 to Nov. 25. The Irish entered the 2012 portion of the schedule

with a 12-6-3 overall record but struggled over the final two months to finish in eighth in the conference race with a 12-13-3 mark. They would knock off Ohio State in the opening round of the CCHA playoffs before falling to Michigan in the second round to end the season at 19-18-3 overall. A 1978 Michigan State graduate with degrees in communication and education, Jackson took over the coaching reins at Notre Dame on May 6, 2005. During his six seasons behind the Irish bench, his teams are 160-97-30 (.610) and in 13 collegiate seasons he is 342149-55 with the top winning percentage (.677) among active Division I coaches. After a 13-19-4 inaugural campaign, Jackson saw his second Irish squad go 32-7-3 overall and 21-4-3 in the conference in ’06-’07 on the way to winning Notre Dame’s first-ever CCHA regular season and tournament titles. For his efforts, Jackson won the 2007 Spencer Penrose Award as the Division I national coach of the year. He also won coach of the year honors from the CCHA, USCHO.com, Inside College Hockey.com and College Hockey News.com. In 2007-08, Jackson’s squad was 27-16-4 and finished fourth in the conference. They got hot at the right time, winning the NCAA West Regional in Colorado Springs, Colo. At the NCAA Final Four, the Irish defeated Michigan, 5-4, in overtime, before falling in the title game, 4-1, to Boston College. The ’08-’09 season saw the Irish continue their impressive run as they were 31-6-3 overall while winning the CCHA with a 21-4-3-3 mark. The top seed in the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional in Grand Rapids, Mich., Notre Dame was upset in the opening round by Bemidji State. Jackson got his collegiate coaching start in 1986 at Lake Superior as an assistant on Frank Anzalone’s staff, helping guide the Lakers to one CCHA title and the 1988 NCAA championship. When Anzalone left following the 1989-90 season, Jackson took over behind the Lakers’ bench, guiding

Memorable Moments

them to a 182-52-25 (.751) record, two CCHA regularseason titles, four CCHA championships and three consecutive NCAA finals, winning the national title in 1992 and 1994. Following the 1995-96 season, Jackson became the national coach and senior director of the newly founded U.S. National Team Development Program based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. In his first season, he led the U.S. Junior National Team to a then, best-ever, silver medal finish at the 1997 World Junior Championships. In 2000, Jackson moved on to the Ontario Hockey League’s Guelph Storm where he was 87-67-24-4 in two-plus seasons. He spent two seasons (2003-05) as an assistant coach with the New York Islanders before taking over at Notre Dame.

JACKSON BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 1990-95 Lake Superior 2005-pres. Notre Dame Career

Overall 182-52-25 160-97-30 342-149-55

Conference 120-38-23 107-62-27 227-100-50

ND COACHING HISTORY

Year School 1912-13 G.R. Walsh 1919-23 Paul Castner 1923-26 Tom Lieb 1926-27 Benjamin Dubois 1968-87 Lefty Smith 1987-95 Ric Schafer 1995-2005 Dave Poulin 2005-pres. Jeff Jackson

Overall 1-2-0 18-4-0 3-8-3 3-7-1 307-320-31 113-151-15 139-197-50 160-97-30

Conference

28-30-4 21-58-8 99-145-41 107-62-27

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JEFF JACKSON HEAD COACH

2012-13 FIGHTING IRISH STAFF

October 17, 1992 – Notre Dame returns to the CCHA after a 10-year absence. The Irish drop the regular-season opener at Michigan, 6-1. March 27, 2004 – Notre Dame makes its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament as a No. 4 seed at the Midwest Regional at Grand Rapids, Mich. The Irish get first-period goals from Cory McLean and Aaron Gill to lead Minnesota, 2-0, after one period. The Gophers go on to win the game 5-2. March 17, 2007 – Notre Dame downs Michigan, 2-1, in the CCHA championship game at Joe Louis Arena for the team’s first CCHA tournament title. David Brown takes tournament MVP honors and is joined on the all-tournament team by teammates Erik Condra and Wes O’Neill. The win advances the Irish to the NCAA Tournament as the tourney’s top-seeded team. April 10, 2008 – Freshman Calle Ridderwall scores twice, including the game winner at 5:44 of overtime, to give Notre Dame a 5-4 overtime win over topseeded Michigan in the first-ever NCAA Frozen Four game for the Irish. The win sent Notre Dame to the national championship game against Boston College.

Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C

President

Jack Swarbrick Athletic Director

Paul Pooley Associate Head Coach

Andy Slaggert Associate Coach

Tim Connor SID

Tricia Bellia Faculty Athletic Rep.

September 11, 2010 – The official ground breaking ceremonies were held for the new 5,000-seat Compton Family Ice Arena. The start of the building actually occurred in April, but a ceremony with all the donors and benefactors David Brown in attendance was held prior to the Notre Dame –Michigan football game. The new building, named after lead donors – Kevin and Gayla Compton and family – is a $50-million venue that will have two sheets of ice, the Charles “Lefty” Smith Rink and a second sheet of ice that will be Olympic sized. March 27, 2011 – Sophomore goaltender Mike Johnson stopped 37-of-38 shots and got all the offense he needed from Stephen Johns and Billy Maday as the Irish stopped New Hampshire, 2-1, to win the NCAA Northeast Regional. The victory sent the Irish to their second NCAA Frozen Four in the last four years. Johns scored in the first period while Maday made it 2-0 and Johnson did the rest as he surrendered just a third-period goal in the win. Johnson stopped 69-of-73 shots in the regional to take regional MVP honors. He, along with Johns, Maday and Anders Lee were named to the allregional team. April 6, 2011 – The Fighting Irish made their second appearance in the Frozen Four at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., where they came up short in the semifinals to eventual champion, MinnesotaDuluth, 4-3, in the semifinals. The Bulldogs used three power-play goals to build a 4-2 lead after two periods. Jeff Costello, T.J. Tynan and Calle Ridderwall scored for the Irish. Mike Johnson made 17 saves in the game. Seniors Ryan Guentzel, Ben Ryan and Ridderwall became the first Notre Dame players to play in two Frozen Fours. January 3, 2012 – Long-time Notre Dame hockey coach Charles “Lefty” Smith passes away at the age of 81. The first coach in the program’s 44-year Division I history, Smith led the Irish hockey program from 1968 to 1987, recording a record of 307-320-30. During his 19 seasons as head coach, all 126 players to play for him earned degrees from Notre Dame. Smith’s legacy will live on as the Irish play all their home games on the Charles “Lefty” Smith Rink at the Compton Family Ice Arena.

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Compton Family Ice Arena - Notre Dame, Indiana

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Compton Family Ice Arena

Built: 2011

Capacity: 5,022

DIRECTIONS TO NOTRE DAME

COMPTON FAMILY ICE ARENA

From North or South: Take U.S. 31 which will become Indiana 933 to Angela Boulevard. Follow Angela through second traffic light (Eddy Street). Go through that light and make second left hand turn onto Leahy Drive. The Compton Family Ice Arena is on the left. Parking is available in the lots to the left off of Leahy Drive. From the East or West: Take Indiana Toll Road to Notre Dame Exit 77. Follow access road and turn right (south) onto Highway 31. Follow directions From North or South.

The Compton Family Ice Arena became the new home of the Notre Dame hockey program on October 21, 2011 when the Irish handed R.P.I. a 5-2 loss in the first game ever played at the new on-campus arena. The $50-million facility is named in honor of Kevin and Gayla Compton and their family who were the building’s lead donors. The Comptons are part of the ownership group of the National Hockey League’s San Jose Sharks. The Compton Family Ice Arena houses both the Charles “Lefty” Smith rink within the 5,022-person capacity and a second sheet of ice (Olympic-sized with limited seating availability). The arena also includes offices for the Notre Dame coaching staff, a state-of-the art locker room suite that includes a sports medicine area with cardio and weight rooms, a players’ lounge, equipment areas, video operations and a multi-purpose room.

NOTRE DAME FACTS Location: Notre Dame, IN 46556 Founded: 1842 Enrollment: 11,603 Nickname: Fighting Irish Colors: Gold and Blue Joined CCHA: 1981-83; 1992-present CCHA Record: 255-295-80 All-time Record: 733-787-129 President: Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Athletic Director: Jack Swarbrick Athletic Dept. Phone: (574) 631-6107 NCAA Faculty Rep.: Patricia Bellia Head Coach: Jeff Jackson Michigan State ’78 Hockey Office Phone: (574) 631-3630 Hockey Coach E-mail: Jackson.132@nd.edu Career Record: 342-149-55 Record at Notre Dame: 160-90-30 Associate Head Coach: Paul Pooley Ohio State ’84 Associate Coach: Andy Slaggert Notre Dame ‘89 Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jason Nightingale (LSSU ‘02) Hockey Operations/Video: Nick Siergiej Wisconsin-River Falls ’06 Athletic Trainer: Kevin Ricks (574) 631-7100 Equipment Manager: Dave Gilbert (574) 631-3628

Arena: Compton Family Ice Arena (Charles “Lefty” Smith Jr. Rink - 5,022) Surface Size: 200’ x 90’ Arena Manager: Tom Nevala (574) 631-3630 Ticket Manager: Ryan Boudway (574) 631-7356 Box Office: (574) 631-7356 Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Bernadette Cafarelli Hockey SID: Tim Connor Office Phone: (574) 631-7516 Office Fax: (547) 631-7941 E-Mail: Connor.21@nd.edu Address 112 Joyce Center Notre Dame, IN 46556 School Website: und.com Press Box Phone: (574) 631-7356

Points

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 43 - Eddie Bumbacco (1972-73) Career: 104 - Greg Meredith (1976-80) Single Season: 19 - Bob Thebeau (1984-85) Career: 40 - Bob Thebeau (1982-86) 28 - Dave Poulin (1978-79) Single Season: 47-Brian Walsh (1975-76-77) Eddie Bumbacco (1972-73) Career: 145 - Brian Walsh (1973-77) John Noble (1969-73) Single Season: 37 - Jeff Brownschidle (1979-80) Career: 95 - John Schmidt (1978-82) 35 - John Noble (1969-70) Single Season: 90 - Eddie Bumbacco (1972-73) Career: 234 - Brian Walsh (1973-77) Single Season: 51 - Jeff Brownschidle (1979-80) Career: 123 - John Schmidt (1978-82) 59 - Dave Poulin (1978-79) 59 - John Noble (1969-70)

Goaltender

Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 30 - Brown/Pearce Career: 59 - Jordan Pearce (2005-09) Single Season: 1.58 - David Brown (2006-07) Career: 1.98 - Jordan Pearce (2005-09) Single Season: .931 -J ordan Pearce (2008-09) Career: .918 - Jordan Pearce (2005-09) Single Season: 8 - Jordan Pearce (2008-09) Career: 12 - David Brown/Jordan Pearce

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .804 (2006-07, 2008-09); Overall - .848 (1987-88) Most Wins: CCHA - 21 (2006-07, 2008-09); Overall - 32 (2006-07) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 16 (10/31/08-1/17/09); Overall: 20 games (10/31/081/17/09) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 17 gms (0-15-2, 2004-05); Overall: 22 gms (0-20-2, 2004-05) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - twice (MR) 2008-09 Trips to the Joe: 9 - (MR) 2011 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - twice (MR) 2009 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 5 - (MR) 2011 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 2 - (MR) 2011 MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT THE COMPTON FAMILY ICE ARENA October 21, 2011 – Notre Dame vs. Rensselaer

Notre Dame opens the brand-new Compton Family Ice Arena in front of a standing-room only crowd of 5,022 and hands Rensselaer (RPI) a 5-2 loss. Sophomore left wing Anders Lee put on a show, scoring the first goal in the building’s history at 9:21 of the first period, on the way to his second career hat trick. ND 5 - RPI 1

November 18, 2011 – Notre Dame vs. Boston College

The Compton Family Ice Arena is officially dedicated with Notre Dame facing off against third-ranked Boston College. The Irish and Eagles traded four goals over the first 60 minutes with Chris Kreider and Johnny Gaudreau scoring for BC while Shayne Taker and T.J. Tynan lit the lamp for the Irish. With time running out in the five-minute extra session, Notre Dame’s Bryan Rust beat Eagle goaltender Parker Milner with 1.1 seconds left on a shot from the high slot to give Notre Dame the magical 3-2 win. ND 3 - BC 2

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Joined CCHA: 1971-73,1976-77

CCHA Record: 440-519-99

All-Time: 787-810-128

TOP GUYS BACK - Ohio State returns seven of its top eight scorers from 201112, including junior forward Chris Crane and sophomore forward Ryan Dzingel who shared the team lead with 24 points each. Crane had a team-high 14 goals a season ago, with Dzingel leading the squad with 17 assists.

YOUNG GUNS - Ohio State ranked tied for second in the NCAA last year in points by rookies, totaling 122 as a group and averaging 3.49 points-per game. Freshmen were four of the squad’s top six scorers. In CCHA play, forward Max McCormick tied for second among all league players with 20 points, while Ryan Dzingel was fourth with 19 points and forwards Darik Angeli and Tanner Fritz tied for 10th with 13 points apiece. McCormick was 11th in the nation in points per game by rookies (.81), with Dzingel tied for 22nd (.73).

2012-13 SCHEDULE

TEAM USA - Mark Osiecki will return to the bench at the IIHF World Junior Championship for the third time this winter, serving as an assistant coach for Team USA. Osiecki was with Team USA in 2011 when the squad won bronze and in 2010 when the team won the gold medal. ON THE ROAD AGAIN - Ohio State will play its first three series on the road and will not open its regular-season home schedule until the fifth week of the season after a bye during week four. The squad will travel for non-conference games at MinnesotaDuluth and Quinnipiac before opening CCHA play at Bowling Green. SMART COOKIES - Twenty of the 2011-12 Buckeyes were named Ohio State ScholarAthletes for posting a cumulative gradepoint average of 3.0 or higher, including 15 returnees for 2012-13.

THEY COME FROM ALL OVER - Minnesota ranks first on the Ohio State roster with seven Buckeyes calling the state home, along with head coach Mark Osiecki and associate head coach Steve Rohlik. Ohio natives are second with four players staying in the state for college, followed by three Canadian provinces – British Columbia, Albert and Ontario – with three Buckeyes each. Wisconsin, with Max McCormick and Tyler Lundey, is the only other state with multiple Buckeyes. Last season Darik Angeli became the first Buckeye letterwinner from Colorado, while Nick Oddo, a sophomore in 2012-13, was the first Nebraska native to earn a letter for the Scarlet and Gray. Other states and provinces Buckeyes call home include Saskatchewan, Illinois and California.

October Sat. 7 WATERLOO # Fri. 12 at Minnesota-Duluth * Sat. 13 at Minnesota-Duluth * Fri. 19 at Quinnipiac * Sat. 20 at Quinnipiac * Thu. 26 at Bowling Green Fri. 27 at Bowling Green

2:05 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

November Fri. 9 ALASKA Sat. 10 ALASKA Fri. 16 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Sat. 17 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Fri. 23 at Lake Superior Sat. 24 at Lake Superior Fri. 30 at Michigan State

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 at Michigan State 6:05 p.m. Fri. 7 ROBERT MORRIS * 7:05 p.m. Sat. 8 at Robert Morris * 7:05 p.m. Fri. 14 MIAMI 7:05 p.m. Sat. 15 MIAMI 8:05 p.m. Three Rivers Classic at Pittsburgh, PA Fri. 28 vs. Miami * 7:30 p.m. Sat. 29 vs. Robert Morris or Penn St. * 4:30/7:30 p.m.

January Fri. 11 at Ferris State Sat. 12 at Ferris State Fri. 18 at Northern Michigan Sat. 19 at Northern Michigan Fri. 25 LAKE SUPERIOR Sat. 26 LAKE SUPERIOR

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

February

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 20/7; 12/4 F, 6/2 D, 2/1 G Key Returnees: Chris Crane, F, JR (14-10-24); Ryan Dzingel, F, SO (7-17-24); Curtis Gedig, D, JR (2-12-14); Brady Hjelle, G, SR (2-4-0, 2.53 GAA, .922 Spct.); Max McCormick, F, SO (10-12-22); Key Losses: Danny Dries, F (13-9-22); Sean Duddy, D (1-13-14); Cal Heeter, G (1311-5, 2.45, .918) NHL Draft Picks (6): Collin Olson (CAR ‘12); Sam Jardine (CHI ‘11); Max McCormick (OTT ‘11); Ryan Dzingel (OTT ‘11); Chris Crane (SJS ‘10); Curtis Gedig (NJD ‘09) Impact Freshmen: Sam Jardine, D, Camrose (AJHL); Collin Olson, G, U.S. NTDP (USHL) 2011-12 Predicted Coaches Ranking/Actual Ranking: 7th/T-8th 2011-12 Rankings Team Offense Rank: Team Defense Rank: Power Play Rank: Penalty Kill Rank: Returning Goals Points | 64 |

CCHA – 5th (2.64) CCHA – 8th (2.82) CCHA – 7th (16.8%) CCHA – 7th (82.3%)

All Players 72 (79.1%) 107 (66.4%)

Forwards 65 (79.3%) 61 (69.3%)

Fri. Sat. Fri. Sat.

1 2 8 9

NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME at Alaska at Alaska

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Fri. 15 WESTERN MICHIGAN Sat. 16 WESTERN MICHIGAN Fri. 22 MICHIGAN Sat. 23 MICHIGAN

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 at Miami Sat. 2 at Miami

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

Overall – 7th (2.60) Overall – 6th (2.63) Overall – 6th (17.6%) Overall – 7th (83%) Defense 7 (77.8%) 46 (63.9%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 10 14 33 6 24 25 18 16 8 44 34 21 26 27 11 23 5 17 7 31 30 9 15 39 20 12 28

Name Pos. Yr. Darik Angeli F So. Alex Carlson F Sr. Chris Crane F Jr. Clark Cristofoli D So. Craig Dalrymple D Fr. Justin DaSilva D So. Ryan Dzingel F So. Tanner Fritz F So. Curtis Gedig D Jr. Anthony Greco F Fr. Brady Hjelle G Sr. Sam Jardine D Fr. Matt Johnson F So. Devon Krogh D Sr. Alex Lippincott F Jr. Tyler Lundey F Fr. Brandon Martell D Sr. Max McCormick F So. Al McLean D So. Peter Megariotis G Fr. Jeff Michael G RJr. Chad Niddery F So. Nick Oddo F So. Collin Olson G Fr. Riley Simpson F RFr. Travis Statchuk F Jr. Alex Szczechura F Jr.

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-5 6-6 6-0 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-3 5-8 5-10 5-9

Wt. 193 192 193 182 214 230 196 202 200 165 190 196 195 188 195 179 212 192 191 205 175 173 174 200 178 195 181

Sh. R L R L R L L R L R L L R R L L L L L L L R R L L L R

Age 21 24 19 20 21 22 20 21 21 19 22 19 21 22 20 21 23 20 21 21 22 21 22 18 18 22 22

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Lakewood, CO/Tri-City (USHL) Farmington, MN/North Iowa (NAHL) West Chester, OH/Green Bay (USHL) Lewis Center, OH/Sioux Falls (USHL) Kippen, ON/Powell River (BCHL) Cambridge, ON/Powell River (BCHL) Wheaton, IL/Lincoln (USHL) Grande Prairie, AB/Grand Prairie (AJHL) West Kelowna, BC/Vernon (BCHL) Faribault, MN/Des Moines (USHL) Intl Falls, MN/Cedar Rapids (USHL) Lacombe, AB/Camrose (AJHL) Stillwater, MN/Tri-City (USHL) West Vancouver, BC/Penticton (BCHL) Akron, OH/Fargo (USHL) Middleton, WI/Dubuque Fighting (USHL) Elk River, MN/Fairbanks (NAHL) De Pere, WI/Sioux City (USHL) Duluth, MN/Omaha (USHL) Anaheim Hills, CA/Port Huron (NAHL) Hilliard, OH/North Bay Skyhawks (NOJHL) Penticton, BC/Powell River (BCHL) Omaha, NE/Omaha (USHL) Apple Valley, MN/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Innisfail, AB/Brooks (AJHL) Wadena, SK/Salmon Arms (BCHL) Brantford, ON/Penticton (BCHL)

Chris Crane

Max McCormick

OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

2012-13 BUCKEYES

Curtis Gedig

*Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Classes: SR (4), JR (6), SO (10), FR (7)

Sophomore for ward Nick Oddo (right) returns after scoring five goals and 10 points in 32 games last season.

Average Height: 6’0” Average Weight: 188 lbs. Average Age: 21 years Shot: Left (17) - Right (10) Nationality: American (17), Canadian (10)

...by the numbers # 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20

Name Pos Yr Brandon Martell D SR Clark Cristofoli D SO Al McLean D SO Curtis Gedig D JR Chad Niddery F SO Darik Angeli F SO Alex Lippincott F JR Travis Statchuk F JR Alex Carlson F SR Nick Oddo F SO Tanner Fritz F SO Max McCormick F SO Ryan Dzingel F SO Riley Simpson F RFr

# 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 34 39 44

Name Sam Jardine Tyler Lundey Craig Dalrymple Justin DaSilva Matt Johnson Devon Krogh Alex Szczechura Jeff Michael Peter Megariotis Chris Crane Brady Hjelle Collin Olson Anthony Greco

Pos D F D D F D F G G F G G F

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2011-12 OHIO STATE STATISTICS OVERALL (15-15-5)

# NAME 33 Chris Crane 18 Ryan Dzingel 19 Danny Dries 17 Max McCormick 10 Darik Angeli 29 Tanner Fritz 8 Curtis Gedig 27 Devon Krogh 21 Sean Duddy 44 Ben Gallacher 11 Alex Lippincott 7 Al McLean 15 Nick Oddo 14 Alex Carlson 28 Alex Szczechura 23 Cory Schneider 26 Matt Johnson 12 Travis Statchuk 9 Chad Niddery 25 Justin DaSilva 5 Brandon Martell 1 Cal Heeter 34 Brady Hjelle 6 Clark Cristofoli 20 Riley Simpson 13 Paul Kirtland Bench Ohio State Totals

GP 35 33 28 27 32 34 34 35 35 24 25 31 32 22 24 35 28 28 23 24 13 32 8 16 2 10 -- 35

G A PTS 14 10 24 7 17 24 13 9 22 10 12 22 7 8 15 6 8 14 2 12 14 2 12 14 1 13 14 1 11 12 5 6 11 3 8 11 5 5 10 3 6 9 4 4 8 4 1 5 3 2 5 0 5 5 1 3 4 0 4 4 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- -- 91 162 253

Opponent Totals

35 92 152 244

PIM PP SH 11/30 6 0 12/32 4 0 17/34 5 1 10/31 6 0 13/26 2 0 5/21 0 0 5/10 1 0 21/42 2 0 8/16 0 0 15/30 1 0 9/18 1 0 5/10 1 0 14/39 1 0 4/8 1 0 4/8 0 0 2/4 0 0 9/18 0 1 5/10 0 0 1/2 0 0 9/18 0 0 5/10 0 0 2/4 0 0 0/0 0 0 1/2 0 0 0/0 0 0 1/2 0 0 8/16 -- -- 196/441 31 2

GW 2 2 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 15

+/- -3 +4 -3 -6 -2 -3 -1 E -5 -3 +2 +4 +5 -3 +3 -2 +1 -1 -6 +1 -3 -5 +3 -8 -1 +1 -- --

212/542 27 4 15

--

CONFERENCE (11-12-5-1) GP 28 26 21 22 26 28 27 28 28 19 22 26 28 17 18 28 23 21 18 19 8 26 6 12 1 7 -- 28

G 12 5 9 10 6 5 1 1 0 1 5 3 3 3 4 3 2 0 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 -- 74

A PTS PIM PP 8 20 6/12 5 14 19 9/26 3 6 15 13/26 2 10 20 7/14 6 7 13 11/22 2 8 13 4/19 0 10 11 5/10 1 10 11 12/24 1 12 12 7/14 0 10 11 9/18 1 6 11 8/16 1 6 9 5/10 1 4 7 14/39 1 2 5 3/6 1 2 6 1/2 0 1 4 2/4 0 0 2 8/16 0 3 3 4/8 0 2 3 1/2 0 4 4 7/14 0 0 2 2 5/10 2 2 2/4 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1/2 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1/2 0 -- -- 7/14 -- 130 204 152/334 25

28 79 133 212 177/447 22

SH GW +/- 0 2 -5 0 1 +1 1 2 -4 0 0 -3 0 2 -1 0 0 -3 0 0 -5 0 0 E 0 0 -7 0 0 -4 0 1 +1 0 0 +5 0 1 +1 0 1 -5 0 0 +3 0 0 -1 1 0 -2 0 0 -2 0 1 -5 0 0 +1 0 0 -2 0 0 -4 0 0 E 0 0 -6 0 0 -1 0 0 E -- -- -- 2 11 --

CAREER GP 72 33 135 27 32 34 68 98 124 24 60 31 32 52 60 112 28 48 23 24 34 94 29 16 2 49 --

G 18 7 49 10 7 6 2 6 2 1 9 3 5 4 11 10 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 --

A PTS 16 34 17 24 49 98 12 22 8 15 8 14 24 26 26 32 22 24 11 12 10 19 8 11 5 10 8 12 11 22 12 22 2 5 8 9 3 4 4 4 4 5 3 3 4 4 1 1 0 0 0 3 -- --

4 12 --

OVERALL CONFERENCE # Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 1 Cal Heeter 32 1760:08 72 2.45 810 .918 13 11 5 34 Brady Hjelle 8 355:31 15 2.53 178 .922 2 4 0 TM EMPTY NET 19 15:19 5 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 35 2131:58 92 2.59 988 .915 15 15 5 Opponents........... 35 2131:58 91 2.56 1044 .920 15 15 5

October

1 vs. Windsor # 7 QUINNIPIAC * 8 QUINNIPIAC * 14 at Notre Dame 15 at Notre Dame 20 at Michigan State 21 at Michigan State 27 ALASKA 28 ALASKA

November

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5 6 12 13 26 27

at Alabama-Hunstville * at Alabama-Huntsville * NORTHERN MICHIGAN NORTHERN MICHIGAN at Michigan at Michigan

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 26 1451:05 61 2.52 666 .916 10 9 5 6 248:51 14 3.38 14 .904 1 3 0 20 23:10 5 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1710:58 79 2.77 798 .910 11 12 5 28 1710:58 74 2.60 832 .918 12 11 51

2011-12 RESULTS

W W L L W L W T(SW) W

6-5 2-1 3-4 2-5 4-3 0-3 5-2 2-2 6-0

750 1537 1483 2506 2859 4799 5286 1614 2231

W W W W W W

4-0 2-0 4-1 4-1 2-1 6-5

2516 1351 1449 2667 6637 6637

December 2 LAKE SUPERIOR 3 LAKE SUPERIOR 9 MIAMI 10 at Miami 30 at Robert Morris *

January

7 at Bowling Green 8 at Bowling Green 13 MICHIGAN 14 MICHIGAN 20 FERRIS STATE 21 FERRIS STATE 27 at Lake Superior 28 at Lake Superior

W W L W(OT) W

5-2 2-1 3-5 3-2 4-2

3284 2722 4450 3311 4927

T(OT) T(OT) L L L T(OT) L T(OT)

3-1 3228 5-3 1830 1-0 9828 5-2 25864 2-4 2876 2-2 4026 6-1 2016 1-4 2696

February

3 4 10 11 24 25

MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE at Western Michigan at Western Michigan at Miami MIAMI

March

2 at Notre Dame % 3 at Notre Dame %

L L L(OT) W L L

3-6 2-3 2-3 4-3 0-3 1-5

4450 6019 3577 3981 3502 8404

L L

0-2 2-4

3936 4202

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Mark Osiecki was named head coach of the Ohio State men’s hockey program on April 24, 2010 and is entering his third year at the helm of the Buckeyes. Osiecki was an assistant at Wisconsin the six years prior to coming to Ohio State and spent seven seasons as the head coach and general manager of the Green Bay Gamblers (USHL). Osiecki has been a part of NCAA (both as a player and coach), junior hockey, international and professional championship teams At Wisconsin, Osiecki was the recruiting coordinator and defensive coach under Mike Eaves. The Badgers advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four championship game in 2010 and won the national title in 2006. The squad made four NCAA tournament appearances and five appearances in

Mark Osiecki won an NCAA Championship as an assistant coach at Wisconsin in 2006 and as a player in 1990.

the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Five during his tenure. Osiecki has coaching experience at the international level and was on the staff of the United States team that captured gold at the 2010 World Junior Championship in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He served as an assistant coach behind the bench at the 2011 World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y., where Team USA won a bronze medal, marking the first time the U.S. squad won medals in back-toback years. He will return to the WJC tournament this winter, reprising his role as an assistant coach. Osiecki won silver medals as head coach for the United States Under-18 Team at the 1999 World Championship in Slovakia and as an assistant coach for the U.S. Under-18 Team at the 2000 World Championship in the Czech Republic. He also was a staff member for the 2008, ‘09 and ‘10 U.S. Junior National Camps in Lake Placid, N.Y. Osiecki was with the Gamblers in the USHL from 1997-04 and led the team to the Clark Cup in 2000 and was the National Junior A runner-up that same season. The 1999 USHL Coach of the Year, his squad won four-consecutive division titles from 1999-02. His career ledger was 209-154-6-8. Osiecki started his collegiate coaching career as an assistant coach at North Dakota under Dean Blais. During the 1996-97 season with North Dakota, he helped direct the Fighting Sioux to the NCAA title and WCHA regular-season and playoff titles. A three-year letterwinner on defense for Wisconsin from 1987-90, Osiecki served as an assistant captain for the 1990 NCAA Championship team. During the national championship season, he

Memorable Moments December 6, 1963 – Ohio State plays its first game as a varsity program, suffering a 16-1

earned a spot on the Frozen Four all-tournament team. The squad won both WCHA regular-season and playoff titles during his career and he was the recipient of the Seventh Man Award. Osiecki was selected in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft by the Calgary Flames. He enjoyed a six-year professional career, including stints with the Flames, Ottawa Senators, Winnipeg Jets and Minnesota North Stars, before a wrist injury cut his career short. A 1994 graduate of Wisconsin with a bachelor of arts degree in history, Osiecki and his wife, Robin, also a Wisconsin graduate, have a daughter, Emily, and a son, Jake.

OSIECKI BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 2010-pres. Ohio State Career

Overall 30-33-9 30-33-9

Conference 21-26-9 21-26-9

OSU COACHING HISTORY

Year 1963-65 1965-66 1966-70 1970-72 1972-75 1975-95 1995-10 2010-pres.

School Tom Bedecki Glen Sonmor Harry Neale Dave Chambers Gerald Walford Jerry Welsh John Markell Mark Osiecki

Overall Conference 6-14-0 9-7-0 49-48-3 44-14-0 8-4-0 41-46-4 7-7-0 328-381-56 210-291-44 280-267-56 194-191-46 30-33-9 21-26-9

OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

MARK OSIECKI HEAD COACH

2012-13 BUCKEYES STAFF

loss to Ohio University in Athens, Ohio.

March 4, 1972 – Ohio State captures the CCHA tournament championship with a 3-0 victory over St. Louis. March 28, 1998 – Andre Signoretti’s overtime goal over No. 1-ranked Michigan State in the NCAA West Regional final at Yost Ice Arena in Ann Arbor, Mich., sends the Buckeyes to the NCAA Frozen Four for the first time in program history. January 2, 1999 – Value City Arena opens for hockey when Ohio State hosts Michigan. The Buckeyes’ new rink is the biggest collegiate hockey facility, with a capacity of 17,500 for hockey fans.

Gordon Gee President

Eugene Smith

Athletics Director

March 20, 2004 – The Buckeyes beat Michigan, 4-2, at Joe Louis Arena in the CCHA Super Six championship game to give the Buckeyes their first league championship in more than 30 years. The squad won three games in three days, including overtime victories over Notre Dame in the quarterfinals and Miami in the semifinals, to win the crown. February 11, 2006 – Ohio State and Wisconsin meet outdoors at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis., in the Frozen Tundra College Hockey Classic/U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game in front of 40,890.

Steve Rohlik

Associate Head Coach

Joe Exter

Assistant Coach

November 4, 2006 – Paul Pooley becomes the first Ohio State men’s hockey player to have his sweater retired when his No. 22 jersey is raised to the rafters between periods of the Buckeyes’ game vs. Notre Dame. Pooley is Ohio State’s all-time leading scorer, recording 270 points from 1981-84. June 22, 2011 - Former Buckeye Ryan Kesler wins the NHL’s Selke Trophy as the league’s best defensive forward, becoming the first former Buckeye to win a major NHL individual award.

Paul Pooley (right) is the first OSU men’s hockey player to have his jersey retired.

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Leann Parker SID

John Bruno

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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OHIO STATE BUCKEYES

Value City Arena - Columbus, Ohio

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points Value City Arena

Built: 1999

Capacity: 17,500

DIRECTIONS TO OSU

VALUE CITY ARENA

From the North: Take state route 315 South to the Lane Avenue exit. Turn left on Lane to Fred Taylor Drive. Take a left on Fred Taylor Drive and Value City Arena is on the right. From the South: Take state route 315 South to the Lane Avenue exit. Turn right on Lane to Fred Taylor Drive. Take a left on Fred Taylor Drive and Value City Arena is on the right.

The $105 million, state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex serves as a prominent gateway to the Ohio State University campus. Integrated into the campus architecturally, the center contains three tiers of seating and more luxury suites than any other university arena. It is the largest collegiate hockey facility in the nation, with a capacity of 17,500. Ohio State was the site of the NCAA Frozen Four in 2004-05, the first time the event was held in an on-campus rink since 1983. The 2012-13 season marks the 13th season the Buckeyes will play their entire home schedule in Value City Arena. In its first season, Ohio State played its final 12 home games in the arena, as construction of the facility was completed in the fall. The first hockey game played in the facility was Jan. 2, 1999, when the Buckeyes topped Michigan, 1-0. Value City Arena features an ice surface of NHL dimensions (200’ x 85’) and also houses the OSU hockey coaching offices. The Buckeyes enjoy the comforts of one of the finest hockey locker rooms in the United States, featuring study areas, a players’ lounge and entertainment center, individual lockers with maple wood trim, a state-of-the-art sound system and the most advanced air filtration system available.

OSU FACTS Location: Columbus, Ohio 43210 Founded: 1870 Enrollment: 56,867 Nickname: Buckeyes Colors: Scarlet & Gray Joined CCHA: 1971-73, 1976-pres. CCHA record: 440-519-99 All-time record: 787-810-128 President: Gordon Gee Athletics Director: Eugene Smith Athletic Dept. Phone: (614) 292-7572 Faculty Athletic Rep.: John Bruno Head Coach: Mark Osiecki Wisconsin ‘94 Career Record: 30-33-9 OSU Record: 30-33-9 Hockey Office Phone: (614) 292-0820 Hockey Office E-mail: menshockey@osu.edu Assistant Coaches: Steve Rohlik Joe Exter Wisconsin ‘90 Merrimack ‘03 Athletic Trainer: Chris Hite (614) 688-5890 Equipment Manager: Tim Adams (614) 688-5853

Arena: Value City Arena (17,500) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Colin Thompson (614) 688-8298 Ticket Manager: Kevin Gorham Box Office: (800) GO BUCKS Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION Associate AD/Ath. Comm: Dan Wallenberg Hockey SID: Leann Parker Office Phone: (614) 688-0294 Office Fax: (614) 292-8547 E-mail: parker.387@osu.edu Address: Fawcett Center, 6th Floor 2400 Olentangy River Road Columbus, OH 43210 School Website: OhioStateBuckeyes.com Press Box Phone: (614) 688-5330

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 42 - Andy Browne (1982-83) Career: 114 - Paul Pooley (1981-84) Single Season: 20 - Cecil Jacobs (1973-74) Career: 51 - Dan Mandich (1979-82) 28 - Paul Pooley (1980-81) Single Season: 64 - Paul Pooley (1983-84) Career: 156 - Paul Pooley (1981-84) Single Season: 31-Mark Shortt (1983-84) 31-Tom Swearingen (1968-69) Career: 87 - Dan Mandich (1979-82) 39 - Ray Meyers (1970-71) Single Season: 96 - Paul Pooley (1983-84) Career: 270 - Paul Pooley (1981-84) Single Season: 48 - Tom Swearingen (1968-69) Career: 138 - Dan Mandich (1979-82) 66 - Ray Meyers (1970-71)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season: 25 - Dave Caruso (2004-05) Career: 73 - Mike Betz (2001-04) Single Season: 1.97 - Dave Caruso (2003-04) Career: 2.07 - Dave Caruso (2003-2006) Single Season: .924 - Dave Caruso (2003-04) Career: .921 - Jeff Maund (1998-99) Single Season: 5 - Mike Betz (2001-02) 5 - Dave Caruso (2005-06) Career: 11 - Mike Betz (2001-04) 11 - Dave Caruso (2003-06)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - .786 (2004-05); Overall - .828 (1971-72) Most Wins: CCHA - 21 (2004-05, 1983-84, 1982-83); Overall - 30 (1983-84) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA -11 (1982-83); Overall - 13 (2008-09) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 18 (1992-93); Overall - 21 (1993-94) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 1st - 1972 Trips to the Joe: 12 (MR) 2005 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - twice (MR) 2004 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 6 (MR) 2009 MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT VALUE CITY ARENA January 2, 1999 – Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines

Value City Arena, the largest collegiate hockey facility in the nation, opened with the Buckeyes and Wolverines facing off live on FSN. Buckeye Chris Richards scored the only goal of the game, as OSU downed UM, 1-0, in front of a record 17,249 fans. OSU 1 - UM 0

January 21, 2000 – Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Michigan Wolverines

With 17,343 fans in Value City Arena, the nation’s collegiate hockey attendance mark for a regular-season, indoor game was set. The mark broke the previous record of 17,249 set when OSU and UM faced off Jan. 2, 1999 to open VCA. UM 6 - OSU 4

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Dave Caruso holds the Ohio State singleseason record for wins, goals-against average and save percentage, and is tied for the lead in shutouts.

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Joined CCHA: 1975-76

CCHA Record: 418-509-105

All-Time: 666-688-127

TWO IN A ROW - For the first time in school history, the Broncos earned consecutive appearances in the NCAA Tournament with their 2011-12 tournament berth. Last year’s appearance was the fifth in program history. WMU also won the 2011-12 CCHA Championship by defeating Michigan, 3-2, in what was their second consecutive championship appearance - another first for the program.

NEW LEADERSHIP - For the first time in three seasons, Ian Slater will not be on the ice for the Broncos as captain. Slater graduated last season and signed with the Adirondack Phantoms, the AHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers. With Slater gone, WMU will rely on seniors Luke Witkowski and Dane Walters, along with junior Danny DeKeyser, to lead the team this season. Witkowski and Walters were both alternate captains last season.

2012-13 SCHEDULE

DYNAMIC TRIO - The outstanding trio of forwards Chase Balisy, Shane Berschbach and Dane Walters will play their final season together as Walters enters his senior year. The three Broncos have been on the same line together for the past two seasons, with Balisy in the middle, Berschbach on the left and Walters on the right. Last season they combined to score 39 goals and 98 points, nearly one-third of WMU’s 317 points. RETURN TO THE GLI - WMU returns to the Great Lakes Invitational for the first time since 1986. The last time the Broncos appeared in the GLI, they won the tournament after an 8-2 win over Michigan. WMU will play in its first, and subsequently second, outdoor varsity game in this year’s GLI. The Broncos will face-off against Michigan State on Dec. 27 in their first game.

IMPACT FRESHMEN - Two newcomers to the WMU squad shined last season. Freshman goalie Frank Slubowski broke the program’s single-season goals against average at 2.03. He was named CCHA Tournament MVP, and was also named to the CCHA All-Rookie team, along with teammate Garrett Haar. The Broncos’ other newcomer last season was head coach Andy Murray. Although Murray possesses over three decades of professional and international coaching experience, he had no coaching experience in the NCAA. In his first season with WMU, he led the team to 21 wins - the most since 1996 - and captured the Mason Cup for the second time in program history.

October Sat. 6 WESTERN ONTARIO # Fri. 12 ST. LAWRENCE * Sat. 13 ST. LAWRENCE * Fri. 19 CANISIUS * Sat. 20 CANISIUS *

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

November Fri. 2 at Notre Dame Sun. 4 at Notre Dame Fri. 9 BOWLING GREEN Sat. 10 at Bowling Green Fri. 16 at Alaska Sat. 17 at Alaska Fri. 30 NORTHERN MICHIGAN

7:35 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

December Sat. 1 NORTHERN MICHIGAN 7:05 p.m. Fri. 7 FERRIS STATE 7:05 p.m. Sat. 8 FERRIS STATE 7:05 p.m. Fri. 14 at Michigan 7:35 p.m. Sat. 15 at Michigan 7:35 p.m. Thu. 27 vs. Michigan State * 3:35 p.m. Fri. 28 vs. Michigan/Michigan Tech * 3:35/7:35 p.m.

January Fri. 4 at Bemidji State * Sat. 5 at Bemidji State * Fri. 11 LAKE SUPERIOR Sat. 12 LAKE SUPERIOR Fri. 18 at Bowling Green Sat. 19 BOWLING GREEN Fri. 25 MICHIGAN Sat. 26 MICHIGAN

2012-13 SEASON OUTLOOK

7:37 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

February

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 15/6; 8/5 F, 5/1 D, 2/0 G Key Returnees: Chase Balisy, F, JR (13-24-37); Shane Berschbach, F, JR (10-22-32); Dennis Brown, D, JR (2-20-22); Dan DeKeyser, D, JR (5-12-17); Trevor Elias, F, SR (6-5-11); Nick Pisellini, G, SR (4-3-2, 2.41 GAA, .903 Spct.); Frank Slubowski, G, SO (17-11-4, 2.03 GAA, .911 Spct.); Dane Walters, F, SR (16-13-29); Luke Witkowski, D, SR (2-11-13) Key Losses: J.J. Crew, F (4-7-11); Kyle O’Kane, F (7-4-11); Derek Roehl, F (5-9-14); Greg Squires, F (8-11-19); Ian Slater, F (7-8-15); Matt Tennyson, D (11-13-24) NHL Draft Picks (4): Colton Hargrove (BOS ‘12); Chase Balisy (NSH ‘11); Garrett Haar (WSH ‘11); Mike Cichy (MTL’09); Luke Witkowski (TB ‘08) Impact Freshmen: Colton Hargrove, F, Fargo (USHL); Nolan LaPorte, F, Green Bay (USHL); Kenney Morrison, D, Omaha (USHL); Josh Pitt, F, Ottawa (CCHL)

Fri. 1 at Ferris State Sat. 2 at Ferris State Fri. 8 MIAMI Sat. 9 MIAMI Fri. 15 at Ohio State Sat. 16 at Ohio State Fri. 22 NOTRE DAME Sat. 23 NOTRE DAME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

March Fri. 1 at Michigan State 7:05 p.m. Sat. 2 at Michigan State 7:05 p.m. Home Games in CAPITALS All times are local * - Non-conference game # - Exhibition game

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All Players 71 (62.2%) 214 (67.5%)

CCHA – 7th (2.57) CCHA – 3rd (2.18) CCHA – 4th (18.5%) CCHA – 4th (85.3%)

Overall – 6th (2.78) Overall – 4th (2.24) Overall – 1st (20.5%) Overall – 5th (85.1%)

Forwards Defense 59 (65.5%) 12 (52.2%) 145 (67.4%) 67 (73.6%) CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

No. 13 9 24 11 20 25 5 21 8 4 55 14 29 18 17 16 2 12 7 15 33 10 1 6 23 27 28

Name Pos. Chase Balisy F Brett Beebe F Shane Berschbach F Dennis Brown D Alex Carpenter F Mike Cichy F Danny DeKeyser D Trevor Elias F Robert Francis F Garrett Haar D Lukas Hafner G Colton Hargrove F Will Kessel F David Killip F Justin Kovacs F Nolan LaPorte F Mike Leone F Ben Miller F/D Kenney Morrison D Jordan Oesterle D Nick Pisellini G Josh Pitt F Frank Slubowski G Matt Stewart D Dane Walters F Ben Warda F Luke Witkowski D

Yr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Ht. 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-8 5-11 6-3 5-10 5-8 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-2

Wt. 180 193 165 185 180 186 198 175 175 198 205 216 214 182 192 192 190 195 198 185 188 198 195 185 198 180 212

Sh. L R L R L L L L L L L L L R L R L R R L R L R R R L R

Age 20 22 21 23 20 23 22 24 21 19 20 20 20 21 20 20 24 22 20 20 22 20 21 21 22 24 22

Hometown, St./Last team (League) Rancho Santa Margarita, CA/U.S. NTDP (USHL) Redondo Beach, CA/Chicago (USHL) Clawson, MI/Indiana (USHL) Cypress, CA/Omaha (USHL) Portage, MI/Tri-City (USHL) Placentia, CA/Lincoln (USHL) Clay Township, MI/Sioux City (USHL) Calgary, AB/Langley (BCHL) San Diego, CA/Green Bay (USHL) Huntington Beach, CA/Fargo (USHL) Toledo, Ohio/Cornwall (CCHL) Rockwall, TX/Fargo (USHL) Bloomfield Hills, MI/Green Bay (USHL) Kelowna, BC/Salmon Arm (BCHL) Grosse Pointe Woods, MI/Omaha (USHL) Mokena, IL/Green Bay (USHL) Dearborn Heights, MI/Adrian College (MWCHL) Oakland Township, MI/Waterloo (USHL) Lloydminster, AB/Omaha (USHL) Dearborn Heights, MI/Sioux Falls (USHL) Itasca, IL/Quinnipiac (ECAC) Brockville, ON/Ottawa (CCHL) Prince Rupert, BC/Alberni Valley (BCHL) Brighton, MI/Green Bay (USHL) St. Paul, MI/Siuox Falls (USHL) Lake Orion, MI/Michigan State (CCHA) Holland, MI/Fargo (USHL)

Chase Balasy

Shane Berschbach

*Age as of October 1, 2012

ROSTER BREAKDOWN Classes: SR (8) JR (5) SO (9) FR (5)

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Danny DeKeyser (as of Oct. 1, 2012) Sophomore goaltender Frank Slubowski (right) earned CCHA All-Rookie Team honors last season and helped lead the Broncos to a Mason Cup title.

Average Height: 5’10” Average Weight: 191 lbs. Average Age: 21 years, 3 months Shot: Left (16) - Right (11) Nationality: American (22), Canadian (5)

...by the numbers # 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Name Pos Frank Slubowski G Mike Leone F Garrett Haar D Danny DeKeyser D Matt Stewart D Kenney Morrison D Robert Francis F Brett Beebe F Josh Pitt F Dennis Brown D Ben Miller F Chase Balisy F Colton Hargrove F Jordan Oesterle D

Yr SO SR SO JR SO FR SO SR FR JR SR JR FR SO

# 16 17 18 20 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 33 55

Name Pos Nathan LaPorte F Justin Kovacs F David Killip F Alex Carpenter F Trevor Elias F Dane Walters F Shane Berschbach F Mike Cichy F Ben Warda F Luke Witkowski D Will Kessel F Nick Pisellini G Lukas Hafner G

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2011-12 WESTERN MICHIGAN STATISTICS OVERALL (21-14-6)

# NAME 16 Chase Balisy 24 Shane Berschbach 23 Dane Walters 7 Matt Tennyson 11 Dennis Brown 26 Greg Squires 5 Danny DeKeyser 14 Ian Slater 22 Derek Roehl 28 Luke Witkowski 19 Kyle O’Kane 21 Trevor Elias 10 J.J. Crew 29 Will Kessel 9 Brett Beebe 2 Mike Leone 15 Jordan Oesterle 17 Justin Kovacs 4 Garrett Haar 18 David Killip 27 Ben Warda 33 Nick Pisellini 8 Robert Francis 1 Frank Slubowski 6 Matt Stewart Bench Western Michigan Totals Opponent Totals

GP G A 41 13 24 37 10 22 38 16 13 41 11 13 40 2 20 41 8 11 41 5 12 39 7 8 40 5 10 40 2 11 28 7 4 41 6 5 38 4 7 36 6 4 28 3 5 22 2 6 41 2 6 28 1 7 36 1 7 15 2 3 6 1 2 9 0 1 14 0 1 32 0 1 7 0 0 -- -- -- 41 114 203 41 92 159

CONFERENCE (14-10-4-4) PTS 37 32 29 24 22 19 17 15 15 13 11 11 11 10 8 8 8 8 8 5 3 1 1 1 0 -- 317 251

PIM PP SH 12/35 5 0 12/35 3 0 15/30 6 0 14/28 8 0 11/22 0 0 12/24 2 0 21/42 3 0 12/35 0 0 16/35 1 0 22/66 2 0 5/10 0 0 3/6 0 0 2/4 1 1 3/6 3 0 8/16 1 0 3/6 0 0 4/8 0 0 3/6 0 0 16/32 0 1 2/4 1 0 3/6 0 0 0/0 0 0 1/2 0 0 0/0 0 0 0/0 0 0 7/14 -- -- 207/472 36 2 228/563 24 6

GW +/- 5 +8 0 +10 4 +15 1 -7 0 +4 3 -5 2 +15 2 +1 1 +7 0 +8 1 +3 0 E 0 +1 1 -10 0 +2 1 -4 0 +2 0 -3 0 +4 0 -2 0 +2 0 +2 0 -4 0 +12 0 -3 -- -- 21 -- 14 --

GP 28 24 25 28 27 28 28 26 28 27 20 28 26 24 24 14 28 18 26 11 2 4 10 24 4 -- 28 28

G 7 5 13 6 2 4 3 3 4 1 3 5 2 4 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- 72 61

A PTS PIM PP SH GW +/- 14 21 9/29 3 0 2 +4 15 20 8/27 2 0 0 +6 8 21 10/20 4 0 4 +10 8 14 8/16 5 0 1 -5 13 15 10/20 0 0 0 -2 8 12 7/14 1 0 2 -2 6 9 11/22 1 0 1 +11 7 10 6/12 0 0 1 +4 5 9 12/27 0 0 1 +7 8 9 13/48 1 0 0 +8 2 5 4/8 0 0 1 -1 5 10 2/4 0 0 0 -1 4 6 2/4 1 0 0 E 3 7 2/4 2 0 1 -8 3 6 7/14 1 0 0 E 2 3 1/2 0 0 0 -2 4 6 3/6 0 0 0 -2 5 6 2/4 0 0 0 -4 5 6 11/22 0 1 0 +2 1 2 1/2 1 0 0 -4 1 2 1/2 0 0 0 +3 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 +1 1 1 0/0 0 0 0 -3 1 1 0/0 0 0 0 +4 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 -2 -- -- 5/10 -- -- -- -- 129 201 135/317 22 1 14 -110 171 157/407 15 4 10 --

CAREER GP 83 73 106 117 82 160 83 151 133 114 124 114 133 36 36 73 41 28 36 15 72 37 14 32 7 --

G 25 19 27 22 3 26 10 23 20 5 27 17 20 6 3 22 2 1 1 2 7 0 0 0 0 --

A PTS 42 67 42 61 31 58 32 54 31 3 74 100 24 34 23 46 31 51 23 28 23 50 25 42 35 55 4 10 5 8 44 66 6 8 7 8 7 8 3 5 10 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 -- --

OVERALL CONFERENCE # Name GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 1 Frank Slubowski 32 1923:45 65 2.03 665 .911 17 11 4 33 Nick Pisellini 9 546:48 22 2.41 204 .903 4 3 2 TM EMPTY NET 22 23:56 5 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 Total............... 41 2494:29 92 2.21 869 .904 21 14 6 Opponents........... 41 2494:29 114 2.74 1113 .907 14 21 6

GP Minutes GA Avg Saves Pct W L T 24 1447:19 49 2.03 494 .910 12 8 4 4 236:32 10 2.54 92 .902 2 2 0 17 19:57 2 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 28 1703:48 61 2.15 586 .906 14 10 4 28 1709:48 72 2.54 746 .912 10 14 4

2011-12 RESULTS

October 1 7 8 14 15 21 22 28 29

vs. Toronto # W ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE * W ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE * W at Union * T(OT) at Union * T(OT) at Alaska W at Alaska T(SW) NORTHERN MICHIGAN W NORTHERN MICHIGAN W(OT)

November

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4 5 11 12 15 22

at Michigan at Michigan MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE at Notre Dame NOTRE DAME

W L L L L T(SW)

7-2 7-1 4-0 2-2 3-3 4-1 2-2 4-2 3-2

2200 3229 2689 1318 1623 3130 3143 3058 3361

3-2 2-5 2-3 2-4 2-3 2-2

5377 5878 4052 4221 4216 3381

December

2 3 9 10 29 30

at Ferris State FERRIS STATE at Bowling Green BOWLING GREEN at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State

January

6 MINNESOTA-DULUTH 7 MINNESOTA-DULUTH 13 at Notre Dame 14 NOTRE DAME 20 at Miami 21 at Miami 27 BOWLING GREEN 28 at Bowling Green

W W T(SW) W L W

4-2 3-0 3-3 6-1 2-4 2-1

2302 3765 1588 3598 4079 4148

L L W W L L W L

1-4 2-5 3-2 3-1 1-3 0-4 4-1 1-2

3655 3225 4824 4237 2876 2841 3314 2403

February 3 ALASKA 4 ALASKA 10 OHIO STATE 11 OHIO STATE 17 at La ke Superior 18 at Lake Superior 24 FERRIS STATE 25 at Ferris State

March

9 10 16 17 24

LAKE SUPERIOR % LAKE SUPERIOR % vs. MIAMI ^ vs. Michigan ^ vs. North Dakota $

W L W(OT) L W L T(SW) W W W W W L

2-1 1-4 3-2 3-4 3-1 2-3 1-1 3-0

3057 3425 3577 3981 2211 2301 4344 2493

4-2 2055 5-2 2658 6-2 7823 3-2 10421 1-3 9836

# - Exhibition Game * - Non-conference Game % - CCHA Tournament ^ - CCHA Championship $ - NCAA Tournament CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

In his first season at Western Michigan, Andy Murray led the Broncos to the 2012 Mason Cup title.

Andy Murray was announced as the sixth head coach in the history of the Western Michigan men’s ice hockey program on July 26, 2011 and enters his second season at the helm. In just his first year with the program, Murray led WMU to the program’s second CCHA Tournament Championship after the Broncos defeated Michigan, 3-2, in the CCHA Mason Cup final at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. The 2011-12 team finished Murray’s first season with a record of 21-14-6 along with a 14-10-4 conference record and a second-place finish during the CCHA regular season. The 21 wins marked the first time the Broncos broke the 20-win barrier since 1996.

Murray also coached WMU to its secondstraight, and fifth overall, NCAA Tournament appearance, marking the first time the Broncos have made the NCAA Tournament in back-toback seasons. Under his tutelage, defenseman Dan DeKeyser was named Second Team All-CCHA, the CCHA’s Best Defensive Defenseman and Second Team All-American. Fellow defenseman Matt Tennyson was also named Second Team All-CCHA. Freshman Frank Slubowski was named the CCHA Tournament MVP, becoming the second Bronco goalie to earn the honor. Murray came to WMU with an extensive resume earned at the highest level of professional hockey. He is one of only 39 coaches in NHL history to reach 300 wins with a career record of 333-278-58-71. Murray has 10 years of NHL head coaching experience, spending six seasons at the helm of the Los Angeles Kings and four with the St. Louis Blues. Murray is the Kings’all-time franchise leader in wins with 215 and led Los Angeles to three 90-point seasons in his tenure. During the 2008-09 season with St. Louis, he was a finalist for the Jack Adams Coach of the Year Award after guiding the Blues to a third-place finish in the Central Division. To go with his extensive professional coaching background, Murray also brings international experience. He coached Team Canada to gold

Memorable Moments

medals at the 2007, 2003 and 1997 World Hockey Championships. He is the only Canadian coach in history to win three World Championships and he also held the highest winning percentage as a coach (64 percent) in the history of the Canadian Men’s National Team. A native of Souris, Manitoba, Murray and his wife, Ruth, have three children, all of which play professional hockey in Switzerland. His youngest son Jordy played for the University of Wisconsin and his oldest son Brady played for North Dakota. His daughter Sarah played Division I college hockey at Minnesota-Duluth, where she was a part of two national championship teams.

MURRAY BEHIND THE BENCH

Year School 2011-pres. W. Michigan Career

Overall 21-14-6 21-14-6

Conference 14-10-4-4 14-10-4-4

WMU COACHING HISTORY

Year School 1973-78 Bill Neal 1978-82 Glen Weller 1982-99 Bill Wilkinson 1999-10 Jim Culhane 2010-11 Jeff Blashill 2011-pres Andy Murray

Overall Conference 91-65-5 18-33-1 64-73-5 33-60-3 313-301-53 234-230-47 158-222-48 109-167-41 19-13-10 10-9-9 21-14-6 14-10-4-4

2011-12 BRONCOS STAFF

November 19, 1975 – Western Michigan plays its first official game as a member of the

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ANDY MURRAY HEAD COACH

CCHA. The Broncos fell to Bowling Green, 6-2 at home.

March 8, 1986 – Western Michigan downs Michigan State, 3-1, for the school’s first CCHA Tournament title. The team finished the season with a school-record 32 wins but ultimately fell to Harvard in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. March 22, 1996 – Western Michigan makes the program’s second appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Broncos won 27 games that season, finishing tied for third in the CCHA but fell to Clarkson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, 6-1.

February 8-9, 2008 – Western Michigan competes in the inaugural Hockey Cares weekend games with Lake Superior State. Head coach Jim Culhane created Hockey Cares with the help of WMU and the American Cancer Society to raise money for cancer research. The Broncos and Lakers gear up with pink laces, ribbons and tape to support cancer research.

Dr. John M. Dunn President

Kathy Beauregard Athletic Director

Rob Facca

Pat Ferschweiler

March 18, 2011 – In its first appearance at Joe

Louis Arena for the CCHA Championship since 1994, Western Michigan upsets top-seeded Michigan, 5-2, to advance to the title game for the first time since 1986. The Broncos would fall short of earning their second CCHA Tournament crown, losing to Miami, 5-2, the next evening.

Assistant Coach

March 26, 2011 –

Western Michigan competes in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in school history. The Broncos hold a 2-0 lead over Denver but ultimately fall 3-2 in double OT in the Midwest Regional Semifinals.

Assistant Coach

2012 CCHA Championship

March 17, 2012 – Western Michigan defeats Michigan, 3-2, to win the program’s second Mason Cup. The Broncos go up 3-0 on goals by Ian Slater, Dane Walters and Chase Balisy and hold on for the win. Freshman goalie Frank Slubowski is named CCHA Tournament MVP. March 24, 2012 - Western Michigan falls to North Dakota 3-1 in the NCAA Tournament West Regional Semifinal. It was the first time in program history that the Broncos have competed in back-to-back NCAA Tournaments. CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Adam Bodnar SID

Fred Sitkins

Faculty Athletic Rep.

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Lawson Ice Arena - Kalamazoo, Michigan

RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL) Goals

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Assists Forward Defenseman Freshman

Points Lawson Ice Arena

Built: 1974

Capacity: 3,667

DIRECTIONS TO WMU

LAWSON ICE ARENA

From Interstate 94: Exit at Oakland Drive and proceed North. Turn left onto Howard. Go through a stoplight and over railroad tracks at Stadium Drive. Take second right past tracks and turn right at the next two stop signs. Proceed over bridge and take second right, driving past the front of the arena to the parking area.

Harry W. Lawson Ice Arena, named in honor of the founding father of WMU hockey, has been home to the Broncos since the 1974-75. Western Michigan is embarking on its’ 38th season in the facility. Major renovations were completed in recent years to the interior of Lawson, as new locker rooms were built and space was added to the team’s equipment and athletic training areas. A team meeting room and lounge were also added and improvements were made to the coaches locker area. Lawson has a reputation as one of the loudest and rowdiest arenas in the CCHA and that is, in part, thanks to the strong student support. The “Lawson Lunatics” have been known to line up outside for hours in bad weather in anticipation of big games. The Lunatics sported pink t-shirts during the Broncos’ “Hockey Cares” cancer awareness weekend during a series with Northern Michigan. When the Lunatics are in full force the numbers can reach up to 1,500 to give the Broncos a great home-ice advantage.

From U.S. 131: Use Stadium Drive East exit. Proceed east on Stadium until the stoplight at Howard Street. Turn left onto Howard, then follow above.

WMU FACTS Location: Kalamazoo, Michigan 49008 Founded: 1903 Enrollment: 25,086 Nickname: Broncos Colors: Brown & Gold Joined CCHA: 1975-76 CCHA record: 418-509-105 All-time record: 661-688-127 President: John M. Dunn Athletic Director: Kathy Beauregard Athletic Dept. Phone: (269) 387-3061 Faculty Athletic Rep.: Fred Sitkins Head Coach: Andy Murray Brandon University ‘72 Hockey Office Phone: (269) 387-3053 Hockey Office E-mail: andrew.murray@wmich.edu Career Record: 21-14-6 Record at WMU: 21-14-6 Assistant Coach: Rob Facca Pat Ferschweiler Nebraska-Omaha ‘00 Western Michigan ‘93 Athletic Trainer: Brian Bauer (269) 387-3069 Equipment Manager: Dion Van Atter (269) 387-3054

Arena: Lawson Ice Arena (3,667) Surface Size: 200’ x 85’ Arena Manager: Paul Schneider (269) 387-3052 Ticket Manager: Don Beyer Box Office: (888) 4-WMU-TIX Home Game Times: 7:05 p.m.

SPORTS INFORMATION SID: Mat Kanan Hockey SID: Adam Bodnar Office Phone: 269-387-4122 Cell Phone: 269-760-5133 E-mail: adam.e.bodnar@wmich.edu Address: Read Fieldhouse 1903 W. Michigan Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49008 School Website: wmubroncos.com Press Box Phone: (269) 387-3065

Forward Defenseman Freshman

Single Season: 46 - Rob Bryden (1986-87) Career: 115 - Dan Dorion (1982-86) Single Season: 17 - Wayne Gagne (1985-86) Career: 42 - Wayne Gagne (1983-87) 30 - Tim Dunlop (1974-75) Single Season: 62 - Dan Dorion (1985-86) Career: 189 - Paul Polillo (1986-90) Single Season: 76 - Wayne Gagne (1986-87) Career: 199 - Wayne Gagne (1983-87) 48 - Paul Polillo (1986-87) Single Season: 104 - Dan Dorion (1985-86) Career: 293 - Dan Dorion (1982-86) Single Season: 89 - Wayne Gagne (1986-87) Career: 241 - Wayne Gagne (1983-87) 66 - Paul Polillo (1986-87)

Goaltender Wins GAA Save Pct. Shutouts

Single Season:25 - Bill Horn (1985-86) Career: 71 - Bill Horn (1985-89) Single Season: 2.03 - Frank Slubowski (2011-12) Career: 2.59 - Marc Magliarditi (1995-96) Single Season: .923 - Riley Gill (2009-10) Career: .915 - Riley Gill (2006-10) Single Season: 5 - Marc Magliarditi (1995-96) Career: 8 - Riley Gill (2006-10)

RECORDS (TEAM) Best Winning Percentage: CCHA - 1.000 (1974-75); Overall - .758 (1973-74) Most Wins: CCHA - 23 (1985-86); Overall - 32 (1985-86) Longest Undefeated Streak: CCHA - 12 (2010-11); Overall - 14 (2010-11) Longest Winless Streak: CCHA - 12 (1997-98); Overall - 18 (1997-98) Highest CCHA Regular-Season Finish: 2nd (MR) 2011-12 Trips to the Joe: 8 (MR) 2012 Highest CCHA Tournament Finish: 1st - 1986, 2012 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 5 (MR) 2012 MR - Most Recent

MEMORABLE GAMES AT LAWSON ICE ARENA March 6, 1988 – Western Michigan Broncos vs. Michigan Wolverines

Following a pair of one-goal games, WMU scored early and often in handing Michigan a 10-0 loss in the deciding game of a 1988 CCHA Quarterfinals contest held at Lawson Arena. WMU 10 - UM 0

March 13, 2011 – Western Michigan Broncos vs. Ferris State Bulldogs

In the deciding game of a 2011 CCHA Quarterfinals series, senior forward Max Campbell scored at 2:23 of overtime to give Western Michigan a 5-4 victory over Ferris State, sending the Broncos to the CCHA Championship at Joe Louis Arena for the first time since 1994. WMU 5 - FSU 4 (OT)

February 11, 2012 – Western Michigan Broncos vs. Ohio State Buckeyes

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WMU hosted Ohio State for its first ever Ice Duchenne’s game. The Broncos wore red ribbons on their jersey and a charity auction was held to raise money for Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy. The Broncos fell to the Buckeyes but raised over $4,000 for their cause. OSU 4 - WMU 3

Riley Gill has the most career shutouts, eight, in WMU history.

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2011 - 2012 SEASON REVIEW

CCHA STANDINGS

SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Ferris State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Western Michigan RBC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Torey Krug, Jr., D, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Alex Guptill, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Bob Daniels, Ferris State BEST GOALTENDER Connor Knapp, Sr., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Luke Glendening, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Torey Krug, Jr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Dan DeKeyser, So., Western Michigan ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Cody Reichard, Sr., G, Miami TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Domenic Monardo, Jr., F, Lake Superior PERANI CUP CHAMPION Reilly Smith, Jr., F, Miami

ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM First Team F Reilly Smith, Jr., Miami F Tyler Gron, Sr., Northern Michigan F T.J. Tynan, So., Notre Dame D Torey Krug, So., Michigan State D Chad Billins, Sr., Ferris State G Taylor Nelson, Sr., Ferris State Second Team F Justin Florek, Sr., Northern Michigan F Cody Kunyk, So., Alaska F Jordie Johnston, Sr., Ferris State D Dan DeKeyser, So., Western Michigan D Matt Tennyson, Jr, Western Michigan G Shawn Hunwick, Sr., Michigan

2011-12 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Ferris State 2. Michigan Western Michigan 4. Miami 5. Michigan State 6. Northern Michigan 7. Lake Superior 8. Notre Dame Ohio State 10. Alaska 11. Bowling Green

Conference GP W L T SW Pts. GF GA 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28

16 15 14 15 14 11 11 12 11 8 5

7 9 10 11 11 11 13 13 12 16 19

5 4 4 2 3 6 4 3 5 4 4

1 1 4 1 2 3 4 0 1 2 3

54 50 50 48 47 42 41 39 39 30 22

80 85 72 74 80 76 71 65 74 63 40

62 60 61 55 68 79 79 73 79 76 88

Overall W L T

26 24 21 24 19 17 18 19 15 12 14

12 13 14 15 16 14 17 18 15 20 25

5 4 6 2 4 6 5 3 5 4 5

GF GA

124 132 114 122 111 106 102 101 91 84 85

94 89 92 86 103 102 108 107 92 94 129

Teams are awarded three points for each win in regulation or overtime, and one point for an overtime tie. Conference games tied after 65 minutes advance to a three-player shootout with the winning team receiving an extra point in the standings (SW column).

CCHA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND No. 11 BGSU at No. 6 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 4, Bowling Green 3 Bowling Green 5, Northern Michigan 3 Bowling Green 4, Northern Michigan 1 No. 10 Alaska at No. 7 Lake Superior Lake Superior 4, Alaska 3 Lake Superior 2, Alaska 0 No. 9 Ohio State at No. 8 Notre Dame Notre Dame 2, Ohio State 0 Notre Dame 4, Ohio State 2

SEMIFINALS Western Michigan 6, Miami 2 Michigan 3, Bowling Green 2 (2OT) THIRD-PLACE GAME Miami 4, Bowling Green 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Western Michigan 3, Michigan 2

SECOND ROUND No. 11 BGSU at No. 1 Ferris State Bowling Green 3, Ferris State 2 (OT) Ferris State 7, Bowling Green 4 Bowling Green 4, Ferris State 3 (OT) No. 8 Notre Dame at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 2, Notre Dame 1 (2OT) Michigan 3, Notre Dame 1 No. 7 LSSU at No. 3 West. Michigan Western Michigan 4, Lake Superior 2 Western Michigan 5, Lake Superior 2 No. 5 Michigan St. at No. 4 Miami Miami 6, Michigan State 0 Miami 4, Michigan State 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM F F F D D G

Greg Squires, Western Michigan Reilly Smith, Miami Luke Moffatt, Michigan Lee Moffie, Michigan Dan DeKeyser, Western Michigan Frank Slubowski, Western Michigan

MVP Frank Slubowski, Western Michigan

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Austin Czarnik, Miami Alex Guptill, Michigan Max McCormick, Ohio State Garrett Haar, Western Michigan Robbie Russo, Notre Dame Frank Slubowski, Western Michigan

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Reilly Smith, Jr., Miami D Torey Krug, So., Michigan State G Taylor Nelson, Sr., Ferris State Second Team D Chad Billins, Sr., Ferris State D Dan DeKeyser, So., Western Michigan

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NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND Union College 3, Michigan State 1 UMass-Lowell 4, Miami 3 (OT) Ferris State 2, Denver 1 Cornell 3, Michigan 2 (OT) North Dakota 3, Western Michigan 1 SECOND ROUND Ferris State 2, Cornell 1 SEMIFINALS Ferris State 3, Union College 1 FINAL Boston College 4, Ferris State 1

NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES

Michigan extended its NCAA Tournament streak to 22 consecutive years, an NCAA record. Ferris State advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2003. The Bulldogs made it to the Frozen Four for the first time in program history. A CCHA team has advanced to the Frozen Four every season since 2007, the longest streak in the nation. The CCHA tied a conference record by having five teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament. In 2003-04, Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State all participated in the NCAA Tournament.

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AWARD WINNERS

The Perani Cup Three Star Award is given to the player from each school who earns the most points throughout the season each time they are named a “star of the game” (5 points for 1st star, 3 points for 2nd star and 1 point for 3rd star).

SCHOOL WINNER Alaska Scott Greenham, Sr., G Bowling Green Andrew Hammond, Jr., G Ferris State Chad Billins, Sr., D Lake Superior Kevin Kapalka, So., G Miami Reilly Smith, Jr., F Michigan Shawn Hunwick, Sr., G Michigan State Torey Krug, Jr., D Northern Michigan Justin Florek, Sr., F Notre Dame T.J. Tynan, So., F Ohio State Chris Crane, So., F Western Michigan Frank Slubowski, Fr., G

2011-2012 CCHA PLAYERS OF THE MONTH MONTH

PLAYER OF THE MONTH

ROOKIE OF THE MONTH

GOALIE OF THE MONTH

October

Anders Lee, ND, SO, F

Anders Lee, ND, F

Shawn Hunwick, UM, SR

November

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

T.J. Tynan, ND, F

Cody Reichard, MIA, SR

December

Tyler Gron, NMU, SR, F

Anders Lee, ND, F

Jared Coreau, NMU, SO

January

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

Chase Balisy, WMU F

Shawn Hunwick, UM, SR

February

Torey Krug, MSU, JR, D

Anders Lee, ND, F

Shawn Hunwick, UM, SR

March

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

Anders Lee, ND, F

Taylor Nelson, FSU, SR

2011-2012 CCHA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK WEEK OF

OFFENSIVE

DEFENSEMAN

Oct. 10

Kyle Bonis, FSU, JR, F

Matt Tennyson, WMU, JR

Shawn Hunwick, UM, SR

Ryan Carpenter, BGSU, F

Oct. 17

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

Andrew Perrault, LSSU, SO

Andrew Hammond, BGSU, JR

Max McCormick, OSU, F

Oct. 24

Justin Florek, NMU, SR, F

Chad Billins, FSU, SR

C.J. Motte, FSU, FR

Garrett Haar, WMU, D

Oct. 31

Lee Reimer, MSU, SO, F

Devon Krogh, OSU, JR

Cal Heeter, OSU, SR

Phil Di Giuseppe, UM, F

Nov. 7

Jordie Johnston, FSU, SR, F

Brett Wysopal, FSU, SR

Reid Ellingson, NMU, SR

Tyler Biggs, MIA, F

Nov. 14

T.J. Tynan, ND, SO, F

Brock Shelgren, MSU, SR

Will Yanakeff, MSU, SO

Austin Czarnik, MIA, F

Nov. 21

Alex Lippincott, OSU, SO, F

Chris Wideman, MIA, SR

Mike Johnson, ND, JR

Ryan Dzingel, OSU, F

Nov. 28

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

Aaron Gens, UA, SR

Drew Palmisano, MSU, SR

Austin Czarnik, MIA, F

Dec. 5

Tyler Gron, NMU, SR, F

Matt Tennyson, WMU, JR

Cal Heeter, OSU, SR

Brent Darnell, MSU, F

Dec. 12

Dane Walters, WMU, JR, F

Steven Spinell, MIA, JR

Kevin Kapalka, LSSU, JR

Alex Guptill, UM, F

Jan. 3

Luke Moffatt, UM, SO, F

Kevin Clare, UM, SO

Drew Palmisano, MSU, SR

Nick Oddo, OSU, F

Jan. 9

David Wolhberg, UM, SR, F

Cameron Schilling, MIA, SR

Connor Knapp, MIA, SR

Alex Guptill, UM, F

Jan. 16

Alex Guptill, UM, FR, F

Dennis Brown, WMU, SO

Shawn Hunwick, UM, SR

Frank Slubowski, WMU, G

Jan. 23

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

Simon Denis, FSU, FR

Connor Knapp, MIA, SR

Austin Czarnik, MIA, F

Jan. 30

Derek Graham, FSU, SR, F

Zach Trotman, LSSU, JR

Kevin Kapalka, LSSU, JR

Blake Coleman, MIA, F

Feb. 6

Torey Krug, MSU, JR, D

Lee Moffie, UM, JR

Shawn Hunwick, UM, SR

Ryan Carpenter, BGSU, F

Feb. 13

Kyle Bonis, FSU, JR, F

Torey Krug, MSU, JR, D

Taylor Nelson, FSU, SR

Max McCormick, OSU, F

Feb. 20

A. J. Treais, UM, JR, F

Lee Moffie, UM, JR

Connor Knapp, MIA, SR

Tanner Sorenson, MSU, F

Feb. 27

Reilly Smith, MIA, JR, F

Scott Macaulay, NMU, JR

Connor Knapp, MIA, SR

Jimmy Mullin, MIA, F

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| 77 |

OVERALL STATISTICS

SCORING

+/-

NHL

1. Reilly Smith - MIA JR 2. T. J. Tynan - ND SO 3. Tyler Gron - NMU SR 4. Austin Czarnik - MIA FR 5. Chase Balisy - WMU SO 6. Justin Florek - NMU SR Jordie Johnston - FSU SR 8. Torey Krug - MSU JR Anders Lee - ND SO Matthew Kirzinger - FSU JR 11. David Wohlberg - UM SR Alex Guptill - UM FR 13 . Cody Kunyk - UA SO Shane Berschbach - WMU SO A.J. Treais - UM JR Lee Moffie - UM JR 17 . Brett Perlini - MSU SR

CL

F F F F F F C D F F F F F F F D F

39 30-18-48 39 13-28-41 35 17-20-37 40 10-27-37 41 13-24-37 37 19-17-36 43 20-16-36 38 12-22-34 40 17-17-34 42 10-24-34 41 16-17-33 41 16-17-33 36 15-17-32 37 10-22-32 40 15-17-32 41 7-25-32 39 9-22-31

11/22 19/38 11/22 10/31 12/35 9/18 22/52 20/51 12/24 21/75 15/30 17/48 9/18 12/35 6/12 13/26 11/22

9 5 4 1 5 9 6 7 7 3 2 5 7 3 3 2 1

2 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

8 1 2 0 5 3 5 3 1 3 3 4 1 0 4 2 2

2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

+26 -6 +3 +25 +8 +4 +3 +17 -1 +5 +16 +14 +6 +10 +24 +22 E

DAL CLB

Kyle Bonis - FSU

F

43 19-12-31

9/18

4

0

4

0

+12

JR

POS GP G-A-P

DEFENSEMEN SCORING

CL POS GP G-A-P

1. Torey Krug - MSU 2. Lee Moffie - UM 3. Chad Billins - FSU 4. Kyle Follmer - NMU 5. Matt Tennyson - WMU 6. Chris Wideman - MIA 7. Kyle Haines - LSSU 8. Dennis Brown - WMU 9. Zach Trotman - LSSU Mac Bennett - UM Scott Czarnowczan - FSU 12 . Aaron Gens - UA 13. Scott Macaulay - NMU Danny DeKeyser - WMU 15 . Sam Calabrese - ND

JR JR SR JR JR SR SR SO JR SO SO SR JR SO JR

D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D

38 12-22-34 41 7-25-32 43 7-22-29 36 4-22-26 41 11-13-24 41 4-20-24 40 6-17-23 40 2-20-22 40 11-10-21 41 4-17-21 43 2-19-21 36 2-18-20 36 3-14-17 41 5-12-17 40 3-13-16

FRESHMEN SCORING

CL POS GP G-A-P

1. Austin Czarnik - MIA 2. Alex Guptill - UM 3. Ryan Carpenter - BGSU 4. Jimmy Mullin - MIA Phil Di Giuseppe - UM 6. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU 7. Ryan Dzingel - OSU 8. Blake Coleman - MIA 9. Max McCormick - OSU 10. Adam Berkle - BGSU 11 . Reed Seckel - NMU 12 . Matt Berry - MSU 13 Austin Wuthrich - ND Tyler Biggs - MIA

FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

40 10-27-37 41 16-17-33 44 11-19-30 37 11-15-26 40 11-15-26 35 14-11-25 33 7-17-24 39 12-11-23 27 10-12-22 44 7-14-21 36 8-12-20 37 11-8-19 36 7-10-17 37 9-8-17

PIM

PIM 20/51 13/26 12/24 12/35 14/28 16/40 9/18 11/22 6/12 9/18 18/47 18/36 19/60 21/42 6/12

PIM 10/31 17/48 10/31 5/10 9/18 15/41 12/32 25/56 10/31 17/45 20/51 12/24 13/34 26/63

PP SH GW

PP SH GW 7 2 5 1 8 3 2 0 6 1 0 2 1 3 0

1 5 2 1 3 1 4 2 6 1 1 5 0 1

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

HT

3 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 2 0

PP SH GW

GOALTENDING (minimum 30% team min.)

| 78 |

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT

0 4 3 2 2 4 2 3 0 2 1 2 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

+/- +17 +22 +11 -1 -7 +22 -3 +4 -1 +16 +17 -1 -4 +15 -9

+/- +25 +14 +2 +17 +23 +4 +4 +13 -6 -8 +6 -5 +5 +4

CL GP Minutes GA GAA W-L-T

SO SV

SPct NHL

1. Connor Knapp - MIA 2. Shawn Hunwick - UM 3. Frank Slubowski - WMU 4. Taylor Nelson - FSU 5. Jared Coreau - NMU 6. Steven Summerhays - ND 7. Cal Heeter - OSU 8. Cody Reichard - MIA 9. Scott Greenham - UA 10. Will Yanakeff - MSU 11. Kevin Kapalka - LSSU

SR SR FR SR SO SO SR SR SR SO SO

24 40 32 31 23 20 32 21 33 23 37

1348:51 2400:25 1923:45 1890:03 1244:02 1038:03 1760:08 1117:17 1989:03 1365:22 2177:59

38 80 65 66 46 42 72 46 82 57 97

1.69 2.00 2.03 2.10 2.22 2.43 2.45 2.47 2.47 2.50 2.67

15-8-0 24-12-3 17-11-4 21-7-3 12-7-2 10-8-0 13-11-5 9-7-2 11-18-4 13-9-1 17-14-5

5 5 3 3 1 2 2 2 3 0 2

533 1092 665 800 590 425 810 414 777 672 1058

.933 .932 .911 .924 .928 .910 .918 .900 .905 .922 .916

12. Drew Palmisano - MSU

SR

17

1004:56

45

2.69

6-7-3

2

503 .918

BUF

NSH BOS

NYI NJD DAL

SJS ANA

NHL SJS

OTT

BOS MTL

NHL DAL TBL

OTT NJD OTT

GOALS

1. Reilly Smith - MIA 2. Jordie Johnston - FSU 3. Justin Florek - NMU Kyle Bonis - FSU 5. Tyler Gron - NMU Anders Lee - ND 7. Dane Walters - WMU David Wohlberg - UM Alex Guptill - UM 10. Cody Kunyk - UA A.J. Treais - UM

JR SR SR JR SR SO JR SR FR SO JR

39 43 37 43 35 40 38 41 41 36 40

30 20 19 19 17 17 16 16 16 15 15

ASSISTS

1. T. J. Tynan - ND 2. Austin Czarnik - MIA 3. Lee Moffie - UM 4. Chase Balisy - WMU Matthew Kirzinger - FSU 6. Kyle Follmer - NMU Shane Berschbach - WMU Torey Krug - MSU Brett Perlini - MSU Chad Billins - FSU 11. Lee Reimer - MSU 12. Tyler Gron - NMU Dennis Brown - WMU Chris Wideman - MIA

CL GP No SO FR JR SO JR JR SO JR SR SR SO SR SO SR

39 40 41 41 42 36 37 38 39 43 39 35 40 41

28 27 25 24 24 22 22 22 22 22 21 20 20 20

POWER-PLAY GOALS 1. 3. 4. 8.

Justin Florek - NMU Reilly Smith - MIA Matt Tennyson - WMU Cody Kunyk - UA Torey Krug - MSU Billy Maday - ND Anders Lee - ND Max McCormick - OSU Chris Crane - OSU Dane Walters - WMU Zach Trotman - LSSU Jordie Johnston - FSU

CL GP No SR JR JR SO JR SR SO FR SO JR JR SR

37 39 41 36 38 40 40 27 35 38 40 43

9 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

SHORT-HANDED GOALS 1. 3.

Stephen Perfetto - LSSU Matthew Kirzinger - FSU Matt Thurber - NMU Matt Tomassoni - MIA Reilly Smith- MIA T. J. Tynan - ND Austin Czarnik - MIA

CL GP No FR JR JR SR JR SO FR

38 42 37 39 39 39 40

3 3 2 2 2 2 2

GAME-WINNING GOALS

TOR

CL GP No

1. Reilly Smith - MIA 2. Domenic Monardo - LSSU Chase Balisy - WMU Jordie Johnston - FSU 5. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU Dane Walters - WMU A.J. Treais - UM Alex Guptill - UM Kyle Bonis - FSU

CL GP No JR JR SO SR FR JR JR FR JR

39 39 41 43 35 38 40 41 43

8 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

PLUS/MINUS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.

Reilly Smith - MIA Austin Czarnik - MIA A.J. Treais - UM Phil Di Giuseppe - UM Chris Wideman - MIA Lee Moffie - UM Luke Glendening - UM Jimmy Mullin - MIA Torey Krug - MSU Steven Spinell - MIA Scott Czarnowczan - FSU

CL GP +/JR FR JR FR SR JR SR FR JR JR SO

39 40 40 40 41 41 41 37 38 41 43

+26 +25 +24 +23 +22 +22 +18 +17 +17 +17 +17

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ASSISTS

1. T. J. Tynan - ND 2. Chad Billins - FSU Torey Krug - MSU 4. Kyle Follmer - NMU Lee Moffie - UM Justin Florek - NMU 7. Shane Berschbach - WMU Tyler Gron - NMU Brett Perlini - MSU Anders Lee - ND

CL GP No SO SR JR JR JR SR SO SR SR SO

28 28 28 27 28 28 24 26 28 28

20 18 18 16 16 16 15 15 15 15

POWER-PLAY GOALS 1. 6.

Max McCormick - OSU Cody Kunyk - UA Reilly Smith - MIA Torey Krug - MSU Anders Lee - ND Jarret Granberg - UA Chad Billins - FSU Jordie Johnston - FSU Alex Guptill - UM Chris Crane - OSU Matt Tennyson - WMU

CL GP No FR SO JR JR SO JR SR SR FR SO JR

22 28 28 28 28 24 28 28 28 28 28

6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

SHORT-HANDED GOALS

1. Stephen Perfetto - LSSU Matthew Kirzinger - FSU Austin Czarnik - MIA Matt Thurber - NMU

CL GP No FR JR FR JR

26 27 27 28

2 2 2 2

GAME-WINNING GOALS

1. Reilly Smith - MIA 2. Dane Walters - WMU Domenic Monardo - LSSU Alex Guptill - UM 5. Dean Chelios - MSU Garrett Thompson - FSU Blake Coleman - MIA Colton Beck - UA Jordie Johnston - FSU A.J. Treais - UM Torey Krug - MSU

CL GP No JR JR JR FR JR SO FR SO SR JR JR

28 25 27 28 24 26 26 28 28 28 28

6 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

PLUS/MINUS

1. Chris Wideman MIA 2. Torey Krug MSU 3. Brock Shelgren MSU 4. A.J. Treais UM 5. Phil Di Giuseppe UM 6. Austin Czarnik MIA 7. Chris Brown UM Reilly Smith MIA Lee Moffie UM 10. Alex Guptill UM

SR JR SR JR FR FR JR JR JR FR

28 28 28 28 27 27 25 28 28 28

+21 +19 +17 +16 +15 +14 +13 +13 +13 +12

28 11-18-29 28 9-20-29 28 18-10-28 26 12-15-27 28 11-16-27 28 13-12-25 28 13-12-25 28 7-18-25 28 12-12-24 25 9-14-23 28 8-15-23 27 9-13-22 27 8-14-22 28 9-13-22 25 13-8-21 28 9-12-21 28 7-14-21 28 6-15-21 28 5-16-21

CL POS GP G-A-P

JR 2. Chad Billins - FSU SR 3. Lee Moffie - UM JR 4. Kyle Follmer - NMU JR 5. Aaron Gens - UA SR 6. Dennis Brown - WMU SO Zach Trotman - LSSU JR Kyle Haines - LSSU SR 9. Matt Tennyson - WMU JR Scott Czarnowczan - FSU SO 11. Michael Quinn - UA SO Scott Macaulay - NMU JR 13 . Mac Bennett - UM SO Sean Duddy - OSU SR

D D D D D D D D D D D D D D

28 11-18-29 28 7-18-25 28 5-16-21 27 2-16-18 28 2-14-16 27 2-13-15 28 6-9-15 28 4-11-15 28 6-8-14 28 2-12-14 24 3-10-13 27 3-10-13 28 4-8-12 28 0-12-12

FRESHMEN SCORING

PIM PP SH GW HT

+/-

16/43 16/32 9/18 9/18 8/16 7/14 14/42 6/12 15/38 19/52 9/18 7/14 15/52 11/22 10/20 8/16 9/29 8/16 6/12

+19 -4 +13 +2 +2 +5 +12 +10 +2 +13 -2 -1 +4 +7 +10 +3 +4 -1 +13

6 3 6 4 4 6 5 5 5 0 6 3 3 1 4 1 3 1 1

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 1

3 1 6 2 2 1 4 2 3 1 1 4 1 2 4 1 2 2 2

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

PIM PP SH GW HT

+/-

16/43 6/12 6/12 8/27 15/30 10/20 4/8 7/14 8/16 13/37 5/10 13/48 8/16 7/14

+19 +10 +13 -1 -5 -2 -6 -2 -5 +10 +7 -4 +5 -7

6 5 1 1 2 0 3 2 5 0 1 1 1 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CL POS GP G-A-P

PIM PP SH GW HT

+/-

1. Alex Guptill - UM 2. Max McCormick - OSU Austin Czarnik - MIA 4. Ryan Dzingel - OSU 5. Jimmy Mullin - MIA 6. Phil Di Giuseppe - UM 7. Blake Coleman - MIA Reed Seckel - NMU Matt Berry - MSU 10. Tyler Biggs - MIA Darik Angeli - OSU Tanner Fritz - OSU

FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR

14/42 7/14 7/25 9/26 5/10 5/10 16/35 15/41 10/20 18/47 11/22 4/19

+12 -3 +14 +1 +10 +15 +10 +2 -3 +5 -1 -3

F F F F F F F F F F F F

28 13-12-25 22 10-10-20 27 7-13-20 26 5-14-19 27 7-11-18 27 6-9-15 26 9-5-14 27 5-9-14 28 8-6-14 26 7-6-13 26 6-7-13 28 5-8-13

5 6 0 3 0 1 1 1 4 0 2 0

0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

4 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NHL CLB DAL BOS DAL

PHX NYI

NJD

NSH ANA

NHL SJS

BOS

MTL

NHL DAL OTT OTT TBL NJD

TOR

GOALTENDING (minimum 30% team min.)

CL GP Minutes GA GAA W-L-T SO SV SPct NHL

CL GP +/-

D F F F F F F D C F F F RW F RW F F F D

DEFENSEMEN SCORING 1. Torey Krug - MSU

1. Torey Krug - MSU JR T. J. Tynan - ND SO 3. Reilly Smith - MIA JR 4. Tyler Gron - NMU SR Justin Florek - NMU SR 6. Cody Kunyk - UA SO Alex Guptill - UM FR Chad Billins - FSU SR 9. Jordie Johnston - FSU SR 10. Chris Brown - UM JR Anders Lee - ND SO 12. Domenic Monardo - LSSU JR Matthew Kirzinger - FSU JR David Wohlberg - UM SR 15. Dane Walters - WMU JR Matt Thurber - NMU JR Chase Balisy - WMU SO Brett Perlini - MSU SR Lee Moffie - UM JR

28 25 28 28 26 28 28 28 28 28 28

CL POS GP G-A-P

JR JR SO FR SR SR SO JR JR SR SO

1. Reilly Smith - MIA 2. Dane Walters - WMU Cody Kunyk - UA Alex Guptill - UM 5. Tyler Gron - NMU Jordie Johnston - FSU Chris Crane - OSU 8. A.J. Treais - UM Torey Krug - MSU Justin Florek - NMU Stephan Vigier - NMU

CL GP No

GOALS

SCORING

CONFERENCE STATISTICS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Connor Knapp - MIA Shawn Hunwick - UM Frank Slubowski - WMU Taylor Nelson - FSU Jared Coreau - NMU Will Yanakeff - MSU Cody Reichard - MIA Cal Heeter - OSU Mike Johnson - ND Scott Greenham - UA Kevin Kapalka - LSSU Andrew Hammond - BGSU Reid Ellingson - NMU

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SR SR FR SR SO SO SR SR JR SR SO JR SR

16 27 24 19 17 19 15 26 21 26 27 28 16

894:29 1581:30 1447:19 1152:00 888:04 1145:10 791:17 1451:05 1134:25 1572:48 1571:59 1636:27 816:49

21 51 49 40 32 45 33 61 49 68 73 79 42

1.41 1.93 2.03 2.08 2.16 2.36 2.50 2.52 2.59 2.59 2.79 2.90 3.09

10-5-0 15-8-3 12-8-4 13-3-3 8-5-2 11-7-1 5-6-2 10-9-5 7-7-3 8-14-4 11-11-4 5-18-4 3-6-4

4 5 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 3 1 1 0

358 762 494 507 434 575 293 666 379 637 771 694 391

.945 .937 .910 .927 .931 .927 .899 .916 .886 .904 .914 .898 .903

BUF

| 79 |

CL POS GP G-A-P

1. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU

FR

F

8 10-3-13

3/6

0

0

3

1

2. Reilly Smith - MIA

JR

F

4 4-6-10

2/4

1

1

0

0

3. Ryan Carpenter - BGSU

FR

F

8 3-6-9

2/4

1

0

1

0

+11

4. Austin Czarnik - MIA

FR

F

4 0-7-7

2/4

0

0

0

0

+6

Adam Berkle - BGSU

FR

F

8 2-5-7

1/2

0

0

0

0

+8

6. Chris Wideman - MIA

SR

D

4 3-3-6

0/0

2

0

1

0

+3

7. Kyle Bonis - FSU

JR

F

3 3-2-5

0/0

1

0

0

0

+1

Jason Binkley - FSU

FR

D

3 1-4-5

0/0

0

0

0

0

+1

Billy Maday - ND

SR

F

4 3-2-5

2/4

2

0

1

0

+2

Jimmy Mullin - MIA

FR

F

4 2-3-5

0/0

0

0

1

0

+4

Matt Tennyson - WMU

JR

D

4 2-3-5

2/4

2

0

0

0

-1

Mike Leone - WMU

JR

F

4 1-4-5

0/0

0

0

1

0

+1

Chase Balisy - WMU

SO

F

4 1-4-5

1/2

0

0

1

0

CCHA TOURNAMENT STATISTICS

SCORING

DEFENSEMEN SCORING

NHL

+10 +8

DAL

OTT

TBL

E

CL POS GP G-A-P

SR

D

4 3-3-6

0/0

2

0

1

0

+3

2. Jason Binkley - FSU

FR

D

3 1-4-5

0/0

0

0

0

0

+1

Matt Tennyson - WMU

JR

D

4 2-3-5

2/4

2

0

0

0

-1

4. Mitch Jones - NMU

FR

D

3 1-3-4

1/2

0

0

0

0

-3

Connor Kucera -BGSU

FR

D

8 1-3-4

1/2

0

0

0

0

+7

6. Scott Czarnowczan - FSU SO

D

3 0-3-3

3/6

0

0

0

0

-2

Kyle Haines - LSSU

SR

D

4 1-2-3

1/2

0

0

0

0

+4

Lee Moffie - UM

JR

D

4 1-2-3

3/6

1

0

0

0

+2

SJS

Luke Witkowski - WMU

JR

D

4 1-2-3

1/2

1

0

0

0

+4

TBL

Danny DeKeyser - WMU SO

D

4 0-3-3

2/4

0

0

0

0

+4

Jake Sloat - BGSU

SO

D

8 1-2-3

1/2

0

0

0

0

+3

Mike Sullivan - BGSU

FR

D

8 1-2-3

0/0

1

0

0

0

-2

CL POS GP G-A-P

PIM PP SH GW HT

+/-

NSH

1. Chris Wideman - MIA

FRESHMEN SCORING

PIM PP SH GW HT

+/-

1. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU

FR

F

8 10-3-13

3/6

0

0

3

1

+10

2. Ryan Carpenter - BGSU

FR

F

8 3-6-9

2/4

1

0

1

0

+11

3. Austin Czarnik - MIA

FR

F

4 0-7-7

2/4

0

0

0

0

+6

Adam Berkle - BGSU

FR

F

8 2-5-7

1/2

0

0

0

0

+8

5. Jason Binkley - FSU

FR

D

3 1-4-5

0/0

0

0

0

0

+1

Jimmy Mullin - MIA

FR

F

4 2-3-5

0/0

0

0

1

0

+4

7. Mitch Jones - NMU

FR

D

3 1-3-4

1/2

0

0

0

0

-3

Blake Coleman - MIA

FR

F

4 1-3-4

4/11

0

0

0

0

+1

+/-

+7

NHL OTT

NHL

FR

D

8 1-3-4

1/2

0

0

0

0

FR

F

4 2-1-3

0/0

1

0

0

0

E

Buddy Robinson - LSSU

FR

F

4 1-2-3

0/0

0

0

0

0

+3

GOALTENDING

(minimum 30% team min.) CL GP Minutes GA GAA W-L-T SO SV SPct NHL SR

4

282:51

7

1.48

3-1-0

0

119

.944

2. Steven Summerhays - ND

SO

4

261:04

7

1.61

2-2-0

1

126

.947

3. Cody Reichard - MIA

SR

2

90:13

3

2.00

1-0-0

0

36

.923

4. Frank Slubowski - WMU

FR

4

240:00

8

2.00

4-0-0

0

93

.921

5. Connor Knapp - MIA

SR

3

149:47

5

2.00

2-1-0

1

63

.926

6. Cal Heeter - OSU

SR

2

117:33

5

2.55

0-2-0

0

52

.912

7. Scott Greenham - UA

SR

2

117:05

5

2.56

0-2-0

0

49

.907

8. Kevin Kapalka - LSSU

SO

4

236:59

11

2.79

2-2-0

1

136

.925

9. Andrew Hammond - BGSU

JR

8

515:08

26

3.03

4-4-0

0

286

.917

10. Jared Coreau - NMU

SO

2

117:30

6

3.06

1-1-0

0

50

.893

11. Taylor Nelson - FSU

SR

3

199:25

11

3.31

1-2-0

0

81

.880

12. Drew Palmisano - MSU

SR

2

80:00

5

3.75

0-1-0

0

50

.909

13. Will Yanakeff - MSU

SO

1

40:00

5

7.50

0-1-0

0

21

.808

CL GP No 1. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU 2. Reilly Smith - MIA Ian Slater - WMU 4. Derek Graham - FSU Kyle Bonis - FSU Chris Wideman - MIA David Wohlberg UM Billy Maday - ND Ryan Carpenter - BGSU

FR JR SR SR JR SR SR SR FR

8 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 8

10 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

ASSISTS CL GP No 1. Austin Czarnik - MIA FR 2. Reilly Smith - MIA JR Ryan Carpenter - BGSU FR 4. Adam Berkle - BGSU FR 5. Jason Binkley - FSU FR A.J. Treais - UM JR Mike Leone - WMU JR Chase Balisy - WMU SO

4 4 8 8 3 4 4 4

7 6 6 5 4 4 4 4

CL GP No

Connor Kucera - BGSU

1. Shawn Hunwick - UM

GOALS

POWER-PLAY GOALS

10. Will Kessel - WMU

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PIM PP SH GW HT

TBL NJD

1. Derek Graham - FSU SR Chris Wideman - MIA SR Billy Maday - ND SR Matt Tennyson - WMU JR Dane Walters - WMU JR 6. Colton Beck - UA SO Torey Krug - MSU JR Danny Dries - OSU SR Kyle Bonis - FSU JR Justin Florek - NMU SR A. Cherniwchan - NMU SR Matt Thurber - NMU JR Domenic Monardo - LSSU JR Curtis McKenzie - MIA JR Reilly Smith - MIA JR Lee Moffie - UM JR Greg Squires - WMU SR Luke Witkowski - WMU JR Will Kessel - WMU FR Mike Sullivan - BGSU FR Ryan Carpenter - BGSU FR

3 4 4 4 4 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8

2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

SHORT-HANDED GOALS

CL GP No 1. Matthew Kirzinger - FSU JR Reilly Smith - MIA JR Kevin Clare - UM SO J.J. Crew - WMU SR

3 4 4 4

1 1 1 1

GAME-WINNING GOALS

CL GP No 1. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU

FR

8

3

PLUS/MINUS

CL GP +/-

BUF

1. Ryan Carpenter - BGSU FR 8 +11 2. Dan DeSalvo - BGSU FR 8 +10 3. Reilly Smith - MIA JR 4 +8 Adam Berkle - BGSU FR 8 +8 5. Connor Kucera - BGSU FR 8 +7 6. Austin Czarnik - MIA FR 4 +6 7. Jon Merrill - UM SO 4 +5 8. Alex Wideman - MIA FR 2 +4 Kyle Haines - LSSU SR 4 +4 Steven Spinell - MIA JR 4 +4 Jimmy Mullin - MIA FR 4 +4 Derek Roehl - WMU SR 4 +4 Luke Witkowski - WMU JR 4 +4 Danny DeKeyser - WMU SO 4 +4 * Note - Statistics do not include NCAA Tournament.

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SCHOOL

CL

1. Spencer Abbott 2. Jack Connolly 3. Austin Smith (DAL) 4. Jaden Schwartz (STL) 5. Alex Killorn (TBL) 6. Mark Zengerle 7. Chris Wagner (ANA) 8. Kyle Flanagan 9. Brian O’Neill 10 . Travis Oleksuk 11 . Joey Diamond 12 . Drew Shore (FLA) 13 . Brett Gensler 14 . Reilly Smith (DAL) 15 . Alex Chiasson (DAL) Jason Zucker (MIN)

Maine Minnesota Duluth Colgate Colorado College Harvard Wisconsin Colgate St. Lawrence Yale Minnesota Duluth Maine Denver Bentley Miami Boston University Denver

SR SR SR SO SR SO SO JR SR SR JR JR SO JR JR SO

POS GP G-A-P P/GM F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

39 21-41-62 41 20-40-60 39 36-21-57 30 15-26-41 34 23-23-46 37 13-37-50 38 17-34-51 28 14-23-37 35 21-25-46 41 21-32-53 37 25-22-47 42 22-31-53 40 23-27-50 39 30-18-48 38 15-31-46 38 22-24-46

1.59 1.46 1.46 1.37 1.35 1.35 1.34 1.32 1.31 1.29 1.27 1.26 1.25 1.23 1.21 1.21

POINTS PER GAME (DEFENSEMEN)

SCHOOL

CL

1. Justin Schultz (ANA) 2. Danny Biega (CAR) 3. Nate Schmidt 4. Torey Krug 5. Joey LaLeggia 6. Adam Clendening (CHI) 7. Will O’Neill (WPG) 8. Patrick McNally (VAN) 9. Nick Jensen (DET) 10. Lee Moffie (SJS) 11 . George Hughes 12 . Andrew Prochno 13 . Mike Boivin 14 . Brady Lamb 15. Mat Bodie

Wisconsin Harvard Minnesota Michigan State Denver Boston University Maine Harvard St. Cloud State Michigan St. Lawrence St. Cloud State Colorado College Minnesota Duluth Union

JR JR SO JR FR SO SR FR SO JR JR FR JR SR SO

POS GP G-A-P P/GM D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D

POINTS PER GAME (FRESHMEN)

SCHOOL POS

1. Kyle Rau (FLA) 2. Scott Wilson (PIT) 3. Johnny Gaudreau (CGY) Matthew Peca (TBL) 5. Austin Czarnik 6. Joey LaLeggia 7. Alex Grieve 8. Brett Switzer 9. Patrick McNally (VAN) 10. Jayson Megna 11 . Max McCormick (OTT) 12 . Ludwig Karlsson 13 . Alex Guptill (DAL) Caleb Herbert (WSH) 15 . Nardo Nagtzaam

Minnesota UMass Lowell Boston College Quinnipiac Miami Denver Bentley Bentley Harvard Nebraska Omaha Ohio State Northeastern Michigan Minnesota Duluth Mercyhurst

F F F F F D F F D F F F F F F

37 34 43 38 43 38 40 34 39 41 31 38 33 41 39

16-28-44 10-25-35 3-38-41 12-22-34 11-27-38 4-29-33 3-30-33 6-22-28 6-26-32 7-25-32 4-20-24 5-24-29 8-17-25 9-22-31 8-21-29

1.19 1.03 0.95 0.89 0.88 0.87 0.82 0.82 0.82 0.78 0.77 0.76 0.76 0.76 0.74

GP G-A-P P/GM 40 18-25-43 37 16-22-38 44 21-23-44 39 8-31-39 40 10-27-37 43 11-27-38 39 15-19-34 39 14-19-33 34 6-22-28 38 13-18-31 27 10-12-22 32 10-16-26 41 16-17-33 41 14-19-33 38 11-19-30

1.07 1.03 1.00 1.00 0.93 0.88 0.87 0.85 0.82 0.82 0.81 0.81 0.80 0.80 0.79

GOALTENDING (minimum 30% team min.)

SCHOOL

CL Minutes GA GAA

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Niagara Union Boston College Miami Air Force RIT Michigan Western Michigan Ferris State Cornell UMass Lowell Harvard Air Force Merrimack Denver

SR SO JR SR SO JR SR FR SR SO SO SO SR SR FR

Chris Noonan Troy Grosenick Parker Milner Connor Knapp (BUF) Jason Torf Shane Madolora Shawn Hunwick Frank Slubowski Taylor Nelson Andy Iles Doug Carr Raphael Girard Stephen Caple Joe Cannata (VAN) Juho Olkinuora

1452:26 1922:22 2055:47 1348:51 1038:07 1960:44 2400:25 1923:45 1890:03 2179:51 1971:52 784:08 1305:26 2179:04 1236:05

39 53 57 38 30 63 80 65 66 77 70 28 47 79 45

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1.61 1.65 1.66 1.69 1.73 1.93 2.00 2.03 2.10 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.16 2.18 2.18

GOALS PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CL GP G

Austin Smith - Colgate SR 39 Reilly Smith - Miami JR 39 Alex Killorn - Harvard SR 34 Joey Diamond - Maine JR 37 Jeremy Welsh - Union JR 40 Brock Nelson - No. Dak. SO 42 Rylan Schwartz - CC JR 35 Nick Bjugstad - Minn. SO 40 J.T. Brown - UMD SO 39 Cole Schneider - Conn. SO 38

36 30 23 25 27 28 23 25 24 23

ASSISTS PER GAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

CL GP A

Spencer Abbott - Maine SR Mark Zengerle - Wisc. SO Jack Connolly - UMD SR Chris Wagner - Colgate SO Nate Schmidt - Minn. SO Jaden Schwartz - CC SO Andrew Miller - Yale JR Kelly Zajac - Union SR Kyle Flanagan -St. Law. JR Chris Connolly - BU SR

39 37 41 38 43 30 34 41 28 38

41 37 40 34 38 26 29 34 23 31

G/GM 0.92 0.77 0.68 0.68 0.68 0.67 0.66 0.62 0.62 0.61

A/GM 1.05 1.00 0.98 0.89 0.88 0.87 0.85 0.83 0.82 0.82

NATIONAL STATISTICS

POINTS PER GAME

POWER-PLAY GOALS

CL GP PPG/G PPG

1. 6.

JR JR SO JR SR SR SO SO

Rylan Schwartz - CC Joey Diamond - Maine Mark Anthoine - Maine Drew Shore - Denver Barry Almeida - CC Brian O’Neill - Yale Brant Harris - Conn. Brock Nelson - No.Dak.

35 37 40 42 44 35 39 42

0.31 0.30 0.28 0.26 0.25 0.29 0.26 0.24

11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

SHORT-HANDED GOALS CL GP SHG/G SHG 1. 2. 4.

Austin Smith - Colgate Matt White - UNO Nate Condon - Minn. Michael Dorr - Minn. St. Marc Zanette - Niagara Stephen Perfetto - LSSU Ross Mauermann - Prov. Aaron Stonacek - Bent. Daniel Carr - Union Matthew Kirzinger - FSU Chris Kreider - BC Steven Whitney - BC

SR 39 0.15 6 SO 38 0.11 4 SO 43 0.09 4 SR 36 0.08 3 JR 36 0.08 3 FR 38 0.08 3 FR 38 0.08 3 SR 40 0.07 3 SO 41 0.07 3 JR 42 0.07 3 JR 44 0.07 3 JR 44 0.07 3

GAME-WINNING GOALS

CL GP GWG

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

JR 39 8 JR 42 7 FR 40 6 SR 41 6 SO 42 6 SO 31 5 JR 34 5 SO 39 5 SR 39 5 SR 39 5 JR 39 5 JR 39 5 SO 41 5 SO 41 5 SR 43 5 JR 44 5 FR 44 5

Reilly Smith - Miami Drew Shore - Denver Kyle Rau - Minnesota Travis Oleksuk - UND Brock Nelson - No. Dak. Adam Mitchell - RIT Nick D’Agostino - Cornell Allan McPherson - Clarkson Austin Smith - Colgate Andrew Cox - Holy Cross Rob Linsmayer - Holy Cross Domenic Monardo - LSSU Daniel Carr - Union Chase Balisy - WMU Jordie Johnston - FSU Chris Kreider - BC Johnny Gaudreau - BC

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NCAA TOURNAMENT

First Round

Second Round

Semifinals

Final

1. Boston College Boston College 4. Air Force

Boston College

2. Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth

3. Maine 1. North Dakota 4. Western Michigan

North Dakota

Tampa Times Forum Tampa, Fla. April 5

Boston College

Minnesota

2. Minnesota Minnesota 3. Boston University

Tampa Times Forum Tampa, Fla. April 7

1. Union College

Boston College NATIONAL CHAMPION

Union College 4. Michigan State

Union College

2. Miami UMass. - Lowell 3. UMass. - Lowell 1. Michigan Cornell 4. Cornell

Tampa Times Forum Tampa, Fla. April 5

Ferris State

Ferris State

2. Ferris State Ferris State 3. Denver

Boston College won its fifth NCAA title with a 4-1 win over the Ferris State Bulldogs on April 7, 2012 at the Tampa Times Forum in Tampa, Fla.

The CCHA had five teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament for only the second time in league history and had Ferris State qualify for the Frozen Four for the first time in school history. The CCHA regular-season champion Bulldogs earned their first NCAA Tournament bid since 2003 as the No. 2 seed in the Midwest Regional. Ferris State defeated Denver, 2-1, in the first round and advanced to a matchup against Cornell. The Bulldogs got a game-winning goal from senior forward Jordie Johnston in the middle of the third period for a 2-1 victory over the Big Red and their first ever trip to the Frozen Four. Michigan made its 22nd consecutive tournament appearance as the No.1 seed in the Midwest Regional. Junior forward Kevin Lynch scored a game-tying goal late in the third period, but the

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Wolverines lost to Cornell, 3-2, in overtime of their first-round game. After winning its first CCHA Championship in school history, Western Michigan was seeded No.4 in the West Regional. In their second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, the Broncos lost to their opening-round opponent, North Dakota, 3-1. In search of their fourth Frozen Four appearance in five years, Miami, the No. 2 seed in the East Regional, met UMass-Lowell in the first round. The RedHawks faced a 3-0 deficit going into the third period, but goals from seniors Trent Vogelhuber and Alden Hirschfeld, and freshman Austin Czarnik, sent the game to overtime. Despite the RedHawks’ heroic third period comeback, they fell to the River Hawks, 4-3. Michigan State joined Miami in the East Re-

gional as the No. 4 seed and faced eventual Frozen Four contender Union College in its first-round game. The Spartans fell behind 2-0 in the middle period and lost to the Dutchmen, 3-1. Ferris State played in the first game of the Frozen Four against Union College. Two goals from senior forward Aaron Schmitt and the gamewinning goal from junior forward Kyle Bonis in the third period capped a 3-1 Bulldogs victory and a spot in the championship game. Ferris State faced top-seeded Boston College in the championship game. After an Eagles goal early in the first period, Bulldogs’ sophomore winger Garrett Thompson tied the game, 1-1, two minutes later. In the end, the Bulldogs fell 4-1 to give the Eagles their 19th consecutive win and fifth NCAA title.

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BEYOND THE CCHA

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THE NHL

The CCHA continues to flourish as a producer of NHL-caliber talent and the names of 35 former players are engraved on the Stanley Cup. CCHA alum Alec Martinez (Miami) hoisted the Stanley Cup with the Los Angeles Kings in 2012. A CCHA alum has won the Stanley Cup every season since 2003. In addition, 19 former CCHA players have earned awards at hockey’s highest level, the NHL.

1980 New York Islanders Ken Morrow, Bowling Green 1981 New York Islanders Ken Morrow, Bowling Green 1982 New York Islanders Ken Morrow, Bowling Green 1983 New York Islanders Ken Morrow, Bowling Green 1985 Edmonton Oilers Mike Krushelnyski, St. Louis 1987 Edmonton Oilers Mike Krushelnyski, St. Louis 1988 Edmonton Oilers Mike Krushelnyski, St. Louis Craig Simpson, Michigan State 1989 Calgary Flames Brian MacLellan, Bowling Green Jamie Macoun, Ohio State 1990 Edmonton Oilers Joe Murphy, Michigan State Craig Simpson, Michigan State 1994 New York Rangers Glenn Healy, Western Michigan Neil Smith, Western Michigan (President/General Manager) 1995 New Jersey Devils Jim Dowd, Lake Superior State Brian Rolston, Lake Superior State Danton Cole, Michigan State 1997 Detroit Red Wings Aaron Ward, Michigan Mike Krushelnyski, St. Louis (Assistant Coach) 1998 Detroit Red Wings Jamie Macoun, Ohio State Mike Knuble, Michigan Aaron Ward, Michigan Don Waddell, Northern Michigan (Assistant General Manager)

1999 Dallas Stars Blake Sloan, Michigan 2000 New Jersey Devils John Madden, Michigan 2001 Colorado Avalanche Rob Blake, Bowling Green Greg de Vries, Bowling Green 2003 New Jersey Devils John Madden, Michigan 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning Dan Boyle, Miami John Grahame, Lake Superior State 2006 Carolina Hurricanes Kevyn Adams, Miami Rod Brind’Amour, Michigan State Andrew Hutchinson, Michigan State Aaron Ward, Michigan Doug Weight, Lake Superior State 2007 Anaheim Mighty Ducks Chris Kunitz, Ferris State Drew Miller, Michigan State Newell Brown, Michigan State (Assistant Coach) 2008 Detroit Red Wings Brett Lebda, Notre Dame 2009 Pittsburgh Penguins Chris Kunitz, Ferris State Mark Eaton, Notre Dame Dan Bylsma, Bowling Green (Head Coach) 2010 Chicago Blackhawks John Madden, Michigan Jordan Hendry, Alaska Duncan Keith, Michigan State 2011 Boston Bruins Bob Essensa, Michigan State (Goalie Coach) 2012 Los Angeles Kings Alec Martinez, Miami

Former Miami RedHawks defenseman Alec Martinez won the Stanley Cup in 2012 with the Los Angeles Kings.

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NHL HONORS & AWARDS

STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS

NORRIS TROPHY

Rob Blake, Bowling Green Duncan Keith, Michigan State

FRANK J. SELKE TROPHY

Los Angeles Kings, 1998 Chicago Blackhawks, 2010

Dave Poulin, Notre Dame John Madden, Michigan Rod Brind’Amour, Michigan State Ryan Kesler, Ohio State

Philadelphia Flyers, 1987 Boston Bruins, 1993 (runner-up) New Jersey Devils, 2001 Carolina Hurricanes, 2007 Vancouver Canucks, 2011

VEZINA TROPHY Ryan Miller, Michigan State

Buffalo Sabres, 2010

JACK ADAMS TROPHY Red Berenson, Michigan

Dan Bylsma, Bowling Green

St. Louis Blues, 1981 Pittsburgh Penguins, 2011

KING CLANCY MEMORIAL TROPHY Dave Poulin, Notre Dame Boston Bruins, 1993

Doug Weight, Lake Superior

New York Islanders, 2011

LESTER PATRICK TROPHY Ken Morrow, Bowling Green Red Berenson, Michigan Jerry York, Bowling Green

1996 2006 2010 (coach of Boston College)

HART TROPHY Mike Liut, Bowling Green

St. Louis Blues, 1981 (runner-up)

ALL-STAR TEAM SELECTIONS

Mike Liut, Bowling Green Rob Blake, Bowling Green Ryan Miller, Michigan State Duncan Keith, Michigan State

St. Louis Blues, 1980-81 First Team Hartford Whalers, 1986-87 Second Team Los Angeles Kings, 1997-98 First Team Buffalo Sabres, 2009-10 First Team Chicago Blackhawks, 2009-10 First Team

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM SELECTIONS

Jamie Macoun, Ohio State Iain Duncan, Bowling Green Bob Essensa, Michigan State Rod Brind’Amour, Michigan State Rob Blake, Bowling Green Mike Johnson, Bowling Green Mike York, Michigan State John-Michael Liles, Michigan State

Former MSU Spartan and Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres won the Vezina Trophy in 2010.

Calgary Flames, 1983-84 Winnipeg Jets, 1987-88 Winnipeg Jets,1989-90 St. Louis Blues, 1989-90 Los Angeles Kings, 1990-91 Toronto Maple Leafs,1997-98 New York Rangers, 1999-00 Colorado Avalanche, 2003-04

Former Michigan State Spartan Duncan Keith of the Chicago Blackhawks became the second CCHA alum to win the Norris Trophy in 2010.

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PLAYER CCHA SCHOOL YEARS 2011-12 NHL TEAM GP G A PTS. PIM Justin Abdelkader Michigan State 2005-08 Detroit 81 8 14 22 62 Matt Bartkowski Ohio State 2008-10 Boston 3 0 0 0 0 Kevin Bieksa Bowling Green 2001-04 Vancouver 78 8 36 44 94 Jason Blake Ferris State 1994-95 Anaheim 45 7 5 12 6 David Booth Michigan State 2002-06 Florida/Vancouver 62 16 14 30 34 Dan Boyle Miami 1994-98 San Jose 81 9 39 48 57 Mike Brown Michigan 2003-05 Toronto 50 2 2 4 74 Mike Cammalleri Michigan 1999-02 Montreal/Calgary 66 20 21 41 26 Carter Camper Miami 2007-11 Boston 3 1 0 1 0 Andrew Cogliano Michigan 2005-07 Anaheim 82 13 13 26 15 Ian Cole Notre Dame 2007-10 St. Louis 26 1 5 6 22 Sean Collins Ohio State 2003-07 Washington 2 0 0 0 0 Erik Condra Notre Dame 2005-09 Ottawa 81 8 17 25 30 Joe Corvo Western Michigan 1995-98 Boston 75 4 21 25 13 Zac Dalpe Ohio State 2008-10 Carolina 16 1 2 3 4 Pat Dwyer Western Michigan 2001-05 Carolina 73 5 7 12 23 Mark Eaton Notre Dame 1997-98 NY Islanders 62 1 3 4 10 Andrew Ebbett Michigan 2002-06 Vancouver 18 5 1 6 6 Andy Greene Miami 2002-06 New Jersey 56 1 15 16 16 Nate Guenin Ohio State 2002-06 Ducks 15 2 0 2 6 Erik Gustafsson Northern Michigan 2007-10 Philadelphia 30 1 4 5 4 Carl Hagelin Michigan 2008-11 N.Y Rangers 64 14 24 38 24 Adam Hall Michigan State 1998-02 Tampa Bay 57 2 5 7 17 Shawn Horcoff Michigan State 1996-00 Edmonton 81 13 21 34 24 Matt Hunwick Michigan 2003-07 Colorado 33 3 3 6 8 Jack Johnson Michigan 2005-07 Los Angeles/Columbus 82 12 26 38 39 Ryan Jones Miami 2004-08 Edmonton 79 17 16 33 42 Steven Kampfer Michigan 2006-10 Boston/Minnesota 13 2 3 5 6 Duncan Keith Michigan State 2001-03 Chicago 74 4 36 40 42 Tim Kennedy Michigan State 2005-08 Florida 27 1 1 2 4 Ryan Kesler Ohio State 2002-03 Vancouver 77 22 27 49 56 Mike Knuble Michigan 1991-95 Washington 72 6 12 18 32 Mike Komisarek Michigan 2000-02 Toronto 45 1 4 5 41 Torey Krug Michigan State 2009-12 Boston 2 0 1 1 0 Chris Kunitz Ferris State 1999-03 Pittsburgh 82 26 35 61 49 Brett Lebda Notre Dame 2000-04 Columbus 30 1 3 4 14 Mark Letestu Western Michigan 2006-07 Columbus 51 11 13 24 6 John-Michael Liles Michigan State 1999-03 Toronto 66 7 20 27 20 Andy Miele Miami 2007-11 Phoenix 7 0 0 0 6 John Madden Michigan 1993-97 Florida 31 3 0 3 4 Alec Martinez Miami 2005-08 Los Angeles 51 6 6 12 8 Jonathan Matsumoto Bowling Green 2004-07 Florida 1 0 0 0 0 Jamal Mayers Western Michigan 1992-96 Chicago 81 6 9 15 91 Drew Miller Michigan State 2003-06 Detroit 80 14 11 25 20 Brendan Morrison Michigan 1993-97 Calgary/Chicago 39 4 7 11 12 David Moss Michigan 2001-05 Calgary 32 2 7 9 12 Chris Mueller Michigan State 2004-08 Nashville 4 0 0 0 0 Eric Nystrom Michigan 2001-05 Dallas 74 16 5 21 24 Mark Olver Northern Michigan 2007-10 Colorado 24 4 3 7 15 Victor Oreskovich Notre Dame 2004-06 Vancouver 1 0 0 0 7 Jed Ortmeyer Michigan 1999-03 Minnesota 35 1 1 2 14 Max Pacioretty Michigan 2007-08 Montreal 79 33 32 65 56 Jarod Palmer Miami 2006-10 Minnesota 6 1 0 1 4 Kyle Palmieri Notre Dame 2009-10 Anaheim 18 4 3 7 6 Aaron Palushaj Michigan 2007-09 Montreal 38 1 4 5 4 Scott Parse Nebraska-Omaha 2003-07 Los Angeles 9 2 0 2 14 Rod Pelley Ohio State 2002-06 New Jersey/Anaheim 52 2 1 3 16 Jeff Petry Michigan State 2007-10 Edmonton 73 2 23 25 26 Kevin Porter Michigan 2004-08 Colorado 35 4 3 7 17 Corey Potter Michigan State 2002-06 Edmonton 62 4 17 21 24 Greg Rallo Ferris State 2002-06 Florida 1 0 0 0 0 Brian Rolston Lake Superior 1991-93 NYI/Boston 70 7 17 24 14 Mike Santorelli Northern Michigan 2004-07 Florida 60 9 2 11 18 Riley Sheahan Notre Dame 2009-12 Detroit 1 0 0 0 4 Jim Slater Michigan State 2001-05 Winnipeg 78 13 8 21 42 Derek Smith Lake Superior 2004-07 Calgary 47 2 9 11 12 Reilly Smith Miami 2009-12 Dallas 3 0 0 0 4 Tyson Strachan Ohio State 2003-07 Florida 15 1 2 3 5 David Steckel Ohio State 2000-04 Toronto 76 8 5 13 10 Chris Summers Michigan 2006-10 Phoenix 21 0 3 3 11 Paul Szczechura Western Michigan2003-07 Buffalo 9 1 3 4 4 Ryan Thang Notre Dame 2006-10 Nashville 1 0 0 0 0 Bill Thomas Nebraska-Omaha 2004-06 Florida 7 1 0 1 0 Corey Tropp Michigan State 2007-10 Buffalo 34 3 5 8 20 Travis Turnbull Michigan 2005-09 Buffalo 3 1 0 0 5 R.J. Umberger Ohio State 2000-03 Columbus 77 20 20 40 27 Tim Wallace Notre Dame 2002-06 NYI/Tampa Bay 49 3 6 9 16 Mike Weaver Michigan State 1996-00 Florida 82 0 16 16 14 Tommy Wingels Miami 2007-10 San Jose 33 3 6 9 18 Greg Zanon Nebraska-Omaha 1999-03 Minnesota/Boston 56 3 5 8 18 GOALIE Dan Ellis Shawn Hunwick Ryan Miller Al Montoya Marty Turco

CCHA SCHOOL YEARS 2011-12 NHL TEAM GP W L T GAA Nebraska-Omaha 2000-03 Anaheim 10 1 5 0 2.72 Michigan 2007-12 Columbus 1 0 0 0 0.00 Michigan State 1998-02 Buffalo 61 31 21 7 2.55 Michigan 2002-05 NY Islanders 31 9 11 5 3.11 Michigan 1994-98 Boston 5 2 2 0 3.68

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Kevin Bieksa Vancouver Canucks

Andy Greene New Jersey Devils

ALUMNI IN THE NHL 2011-2012

The CCHA had 85 former players skate at hockey’s pinnacle during the 2011-12 season in the National Hockey League. The league’s almuni skaters appeared in 3,495 games, scoring 1,146 points while alumni goalkeepers racked up 43 wins in 108 appearances between the pipes.

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PRO HOCKEY

Numerous CCHA players have become coaches, managers or administrators at the junior, collegiate and professional levels. Following is a list of former CCHA players, the school they played for and their current positions: NAME

DAVE POULIN

Vice President, Toronto Maple Leafs

Notre Dame (1978-82)

GEORGE MCPHEE

Vice President and General Manager, Washington Capitals

Bowling Green (1978-82)

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Kevyn Adams Tom Anastos Seth Appert Blaine Bablitz Craig Bedard Chris Bergeron Jeff Blashill Josh Blackburn Enrico Blasi Joe Bonnett Jason Botterill Marc Boxer Brent Brekke Chris Brooks Newell Brown John Burke Dan Bylsma Tim Christian Danton Cole Bill Davidge Mike Donnelly Ty Eigner Nelson Emerson Bob Essensa Rob Facca Drew Famulak Dean Fedorchuk Dallas Ferguson Pat Ferschweiler Nick Fohr Morey Gare Scott Garrow John Gruden Mike Helber Brian Hills Don Jackson Jeff Jackson Paul Jerrard Forrest Karr Wade Klippenstein John Kyle Walt Kyle Doug Laprade Trevor Large Paul Lowden Don Lucia Brian MacLellan Tavis MacMillan John Malloy Ken Martel Mike Matteucci Wes McCauley Bob McNamara Mike McNeill George McPhee Kelly Miller Rich Metro Larry Moberg Steve Moria Ken Morrow Bill Muckalt Tom Newton David Oliver Scott Paluch Anthony Palumbo Bryant Perrier Nick Petraglia Paul Pooley Dave Poulin Billy Powers Todd Reirden Brian Renfrew Steve Richmond Jim Roque Derek Schooley Doug Schueller Frank Serratore Joe Shawhan Dave Shyiak Ben Simon Andy Slaggert Dave Smith Harvey Smyl Kevin Swider Mike Szkodzinski Chuck Thuss Don Waddell Damon Whitten Brian Wiseman Wayne Wilson John Wroblewski

CCHA SCHOOL

Miami Michigan State Ferris State Alaska Alaska Miami Ferris State Michigan Miami Western Michigan Michigan Miami Western Michigan Western Michigan Michigan State Bowling Green Bowling Green Ferris State Michigan State Ohio State Michigan State Bowling Green Bowling Green Michigan State Nebraska-Omaha Lake Superior State Alaska Alaska Western Michigan Nebraska-Omaha Northern Michigan Western Michigan Ferris State Michigan Bowling Green Notre Dame Michigan State Lake Superior State Notre Dame Alaska Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Lake Superior State Ferris State Ferris State Notre Dame Bowling Green Alaska Miami Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Michigan State Notre Dame Notre Dame Bowling Green Michigan State Northern Michigan Alaska Alaska Bowling Green Michigan Bowling Green Michigan Bowling Green Lake Superior State Alaska Miami Ohio State Notre Dame Michigan Bowling Green Western Michigan Michigan Lake Superior State Western Michigan Bowling Green Western Michigan Lake Superior State Northern Michigan Notre Dame Notre Dame Ohio State Michigan State Ferris State Ferris State Miami Northern Michigan Michigan State Michigan Bowling Green Notre Dame

CURRENT POSITION

ORGANIZATION

Assistant Coach Buffalo Sabres (NHL) Head Coach Michigan State (CCHA) Head Coach Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (ECAC) General Manager/Coach Grand Prairie Storm (AJHL) Assistant Coach Prince Albert (WHL) Head Coach Bowling Green (CCHA) Head Coach Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL) Volunteer Goaltending Coach University of Michigan (CCHA) Head Coach Miami University (CCHA) Assistant Coach Colorado College (WCHA) Assistant General Manager Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) Manager of Youth & Jr. Hockey USA Hockey Associate Head Coach Miami University (CCHA) Head Coach Wisconsin-Stevens Point (NCHA) Assistant Coach Vancouver Canucks (NHL) Women’s Head Coach Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (ECAC) Head Coach Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) Associate Head Coach Lake Superior State (CCHA) Head Coach USA Hockey NTDP Television Color Analyst Columbus Blue Jackets (NHL) Scout Los Angeles Kings (NHL) Assistant Coach Bowling Green (CCHA) Dir. of Player Development Los Angeles Kings (NHL) Goalie Coach Boston Bruins (NHL) Assistant Coach Western Michigan (CCHA) Associate Head Coach Ferris State University (CCHA) Scout Winnipeg Jets Head Coach Alaska (CCHA) Assistant Coach Western Michigan (CCHA) Assistant Coach USA Hockey NTDP Scout Edmonton Oilers (NHL) Assistant Coach Princeton University (ECAC) Assistant Coach USA Hockey NTDP General Manager Linkopings HC (Swedish Elite League) Associate Head Coach RIT (Atlantic Hockey) Head Coach Eisbaren Berlin (German Elite League) Head Coach Notre Dame (CCHA) Assistant Coach Dallas Stars (NHL) Athletics Director Northern Michigan (CCHA) Asst. GM & Dir. of Player Personnel Prince George Cougars (WHL) Assistant Coach Northern Michigan (CCHA) Head Coach Northern Michigan (CCHA) Assistant Coach Lake Superior State (CCHA) Assistant Coach Army (Atlantic Hockey) Athletics Director Davenport University Head Coach University of Minnesota (WCHA) Dir. of Player Personnel & Asst. GM Washington Capitals (NHL) Amateur Scout Winnipeg Jets (NHL) Hockey Director Gilmour Academy (High School) Director of ADM USA Hockey Assistant Coach Traverse City North Stars (NAHL) Referee National Hockey League President and Governor Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL) Volunteer Assistant Coach Notre Dame (CCHA) Vice President/General Manager Washington Capitals (NHL) Assistant Coach Michigan State (CCHA) General Manager/Coach Villard de Lans (League Magnus) Assistant Coach Drayton Valley Thunder (AJHL) Dir. Hockey Ops & Player/Coach Basington Bisons (EPL) Director of Pro Scouting New York Islanders (NHL) Assistant Coach Michigan Tech (WCHA) Assistant Coach Michigan State (CCHA) Gen. Manager/Assistant Coach Lake Erie Monsters (AHL) Regional Manager USA Hockey General Manager Traverse City North Stars (NAHL) Head Coach/General Manager Neepawa Natives (MJHL) Assistant Coach Miami (CCHA) Associate Head Coach Notre Dame (CCHA) V.P. of Hockey Operations Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) Assistant Coach University of Michigan (CCHA) Assistant Coach Pittsburgh (NHL) Assistant Coach Nebraska-Omaha (WCHA) Director of Player Development Washington Capitals (NHL) Head Coach Lake Superior State (CCHA) Head Coach Robert Morris (Atlantic Hockey) Head Coach Saint John’s (Division III) Head Coach Air Force (Atlantic Hockey) Assistant Coach Northern Michigan (CCHA) Head Coach Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Assistant Coach Rockford IceHogs (AHL) Associate Coach Notre Dame (CCHA) Head Coach Canisius (Atlantic Hockey) Head Coach Chilliwack Chiefs (BCJHL) Director of Hockey Operations Knoxville (SPHL) Head Coach/Athletic Director Lawrence University (MCHA) Owner Mississippi Surge (SPHL) Scout Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL) Assistant Coach Michigan Tech (WCHA) Assistant Coach Michigan (CCHA) Head Coach RIT (Atlantic Hockey) Head Coach Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL)

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Incoming Michigan freshman Jacob Trouba was selected in the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, held in Pittsburgh, Penn., June 22-23. At least one CCHA player has been drafted in the first round for 12 consecutive years and NHL teams have accumulated 19 first-round selections overall from the conference during that time frame. Trouba, a 6-2, 187-pound defenseman, was taken by the Winnipeg Jets with the 9th overall selection. The Rochester, Mich., product scored nine goals and 32 points in 54 games with the U.S. National Under-18 Team last season. In total, fifteen players that either played in the CCHA this past season or have signed a National Letter of Intent (LOI) to a CCHA school were selected at the 2012 NHL Draft at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. That includes Phil Di Giuseppe of Michigan, who was selected 38th overall by the Carolina Hurricanes. The 6-1, 200-pound forward finished his freshman season with the Wolverines with 11 goals and 26 points in 40 games and received CCHA All-Rookie Team honorable mention.

Wolverines incoming freshman forward Boo Nieves was drafted in the second round at 59th overall by the N.Y. Rangers. The list also includes forward Mack MacEachern, who has signed a LOI to attend Michigan State for next season. MacEachern was selected in the third round with the 67th overall pick by St. Louis. John Draeger, an incoming freshman defenseman at Michigan State, was drafted in the third round at 68th overall by the Minnesota Wild. Defenseman Colton Parayko, an incoming freshman for Alaska, was selected in the third round, 86th overall by the St. Louis Blues. Parayko, a 6-foot-5, 207-pounder, had nine goals and 42 points for Fort McMurray in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. Notre Dame incoming freshman forward Thomas Di Pauli went in the fourth round, 100th overall, to the Washington Capitals. Another incoming Spartans freshman defenseman, Rhett Holland, was selected in the fourth round at 102nd overall by the Phoenix Coyotes.

Rd. No. Name, School NHL Team 1 9 Jacob Trouba, Michigan Winnipeg 2 38 Phil Di Giuseppe, Michigan Carolina 2 59 Boo Nieves, Michigan N.Y. Rangers 3 67 Mack MacEachern, Michigan State* St. Louis 3 68 John Draeger, Michigan State Minnesota 3 86 Colton Parayko, Alaska St. Louis 4 100 Thomas Di Pauli, Notre Dame Washington 4 102 Rhett Holland, Michigan State Phoenix 4 107 Austin Wuthrich, Notre Dame Washington 5 140 Mike McKee, Western Michigan* Detroit 6 159 Collin Olson, Ohio State Carolina 6 167 Riley Barber, Miami Washington 6 169 Vince Hinostroza, Notre Dame* Chicago 7 186 Matt DeBlouw, Michigan State Calgary 7 205 Colton Hargrove, Western Michigan Boston Note: Yr. is the year in school at start of the 2012-13 season. * Expected to enroll for 2013-14 season.

Jacob Trouba Michigan No. 9 | Winnipeg

Phil Di Giuseppe Michigan No. 38 | Carolina

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Notre Dame sophomore-to-be Austin Wuthrich was selected by Washington with the 107th overall pick in the fourth round. Mike McKee, a defenseman who has signed a LOI to attend Western Michigan next season, was selected by the Detroit Red Wings in the fifth round with the 140th overall pick. Ohio State incoming freshman goaltender Collin Olson was picked in the sixth round and 159th overall by Carolina. Forward Riley Barber, an incoming freshman at Miami, was selected in the sixth round, 167th overall, by Washington. Forward Vince Hinostroza, who has signed a LOI to attend Notre Dame next season, was selected in the sixth round, 169th overall, by the Chicago Blackhawks. Matt DeBlouw, who will be a freshman forward at Michigan State this season, was picked in the seventh round, 186th overall, by the Calgary Flames. The Boston Bruins drafted Western Michigan incoming freshman forward Colton Hargrove in the seventh round, 205th overall. Pos Yr. D Fr. F So. F Fr. F -- D Fr. D Fr. F Fr. D Fr. F So. D -- G Fr. F Fr. F -- F Fr. F Fr.

Ht. 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-1

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Wt. Age Hometown 187 18 Rochester, Mich. 197 18 Toronto, Ont. 192 18 Syracuse, N.Y. 180 18 Royal Oak, Mich. 186 18 Edina, Minn. 191 19 St. Albert, Alberta 188 18 Woodbridge, IL 220 18 Calgary, Alberta 190 18 Bakersfield, Calif. 229 18 Newmarket, Ont. 197 18 Burnsville, Minn. 194 18 Pittsburgh, Penn. 160 18 Chicago, Ill. 179 18 Chesterfield, Mich. 215 20 Dallas, Tex.

John Draeger Michigan State No. 68 | Minnesota | 87 |

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The following is a list of CCHA players who were drafted by NHL teams. Players are listed in draft order by school with the NHL team, round, overall selection number and year drafted. Players listed in italics currently play in the CCHA. “S” indicates a Supplemental pick.

Alaska Nanooks

Tyler Eckford | No. 217 | New Jersey | 2004 Name Colton Parayko Chad Johnson Tyler Eckford Russell Spence Aaron Voros Wade Klippenstein Todd Henderson

NHL Team St. Louis Pittsburgh New Jersey Phoenix New Jersey Quebec Buffalo

Rd. 3 5 7 9 8 12 11

No. 86 125 217 287 229 232 224

Year 2012 2006 2004 2002 2001 1990 1989

Bowling Green Falcons

Rob Blake | No. 70 | Los Angeles | 1988 Name NHL Team Rd. No. Year Jordan Samuels-Thomas Atlanta 7 203 2009 Nick Eno Buffalo 7 187 2007 Jonathon Matsumoto Philadelphia 3 79 2006 Jonathan Sigalet Boston 4 100 2005 Jimmy Spratt Calgary 7 213 2004 Taylor Christie Colorado 6 195 2002 Kevin Bieksa Vancouver 5 151 2001 Jordan Sigalet Boston 7 209 2001 Sean Kotary Colorado 9 266 2000 Ryan Murphy Carolina 4 113 1999 Curtis Valentine Vancouver 8 219 1998 Adam Edinger N.Y. Islanders 5 115 1997 Doug Schueller Florida 8 211 1997 Peter Ratchuk Colorado 1 25 1996 Quinn Fair Los Angeles S 7 1994 Todd Kelman St. Louis 6 141 1993 Jason Clark Vancouver 6 141 1992 Brandon Carper Calgary 9 198 1992 Aaron Ellis Quebec 11 244 1992 Angelo Libertucci Philadelphia S 6 1991 Sean Pronger Vancouver 3 51 1991 Keith Redmond Los Angeles 4 79 1991 Aris Brimanis Philadelphia 4 86 1991 Brian Holzinger Buffalo 6 124 1991 Martin Jiranek Washington S 13 1990 Glen Mears Calgary 3 62 1990 Ken Klee Washington 9 177 1990 Todd Reirden New Jersey 12 242 1990 Dan Bylsma Winnipeg 6 109 1989 Brett Harkins N.Y. Islanders 7 133 1989 Jim Solly Winnipeg 8 151 1989 Andy Gribble Vancouver S 2 1988 Paul Connell Philadelphia S 19 1988 Matt Ruchty New Jersey 4 65 1988 Rob Blake Los Angeles 4 70 1988 Kevin Dahl Montreal 11 230 1988 Brian McKee Minnesota S 17 1986 Gary Kruzich N.Y. Islanders S 15 1986 Mike Natyshak Quebec S 19 1986 Joe Quinn Hartford 6 116 1986 Marc Potvin Detroit 9 169 1986 Nelson Emerson St. Louis 3 44 1985 Chad Arthur Montreal 10 205 1985 Paul Ysebaert New Jersey 4 74 1984 Scott Paluch St. Louis 5 92 1984

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Brent Regan Daryn Fersovich Garry Galley Don Barber Iain Duncan Todd Flichel Tom Pratt Dave Ellett Dave Randerson Kim Collins John Gibb Mike Cotter Mark Wells Mike Liut Ken Morrow Bob Watson Byron Shutt Duffy Smith Jack Laine John Stewart Gerry Bradbury Rick Thompson Glen Shirton

Hartford Philadelphia Los Angeles Edmonton Winnipeg Winnipeg Calgary Winnipeg N.Y. Islanders Los Angeles N.Y. Islanders Minnesota Montreal St. Louis N.Y. Islanders Vancouver Pittsburgh Philadelphia Toronto Montreal Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal

10 10 5 6 7 9 10 4 10 10 6 8 13 4 4 6 9 10 10 6 6 7 4

193 204 100 120 129 169 191 75 210 199 122 121 176 56 68 100 155 175 180 105 73 72 18

1984 1984 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1976 1975 1975 1975 1975 1974 1970 1969 1963

Ferris State Bulldogs

Dave DePinto

Quebec

S

1 1989

Jim Maher

Los Angeles

4

81 1989

Rick Judson

Detroit

10

204 1989

Chris Wolanin

Vancouver

11

212 1988

Darin Banister

Detroit

10

200 1987

Barry McKinlay

Montreal

10

206 1987

Bryan Herring

Montreal

12

248 1987

Brian Bellefeuille

Toronto

9

174 1986

Paul Tory

Hartford

10

194 1985

Harry Armstrong

Winnipeg

5

89 1983

Paul Pulis

Minnesota

9

176 1983

Chad Johnson

Los Angeles

12

227 1983

Jamie Husgen

Winnipeg

12

229 1983

Scott Knutson

Minnesota

11

227 1982

Kent State Golden Flashes Name

NHL Team

Matt Brait

Philadelphia 11

Dean Sylvester

San Jose

S

2 1993

Quinn Fair

Los Angeles

S

7 1994

NHL Team

Rd.

No.

Year

Zach Redmond

Atlanta

7

184 2008

Chris Zarb

Philadelphia

5

144 2004

Derek MacIntyre

San Jose

8

234 2004

Phil Osaer

St. Louis

7

203 1999

Gordy Hunt

Detroit

11

282 1993

Jeff Jestadt

Winnipeg

S

11 1991

Kelly Sorensen

Detroit

S

16 1991

Dave Karpa

Quebec

4

68 1991

Aaron Asp

Quebec

8

157 1991

Robb McIntyre

Toronto

8

164 1991

Gary Kitching

Edmonton

8

166 1991

Norm Krumpschmid Vancouver

S

6 1990

Daryl Filipek

Vancouver

7

128 1990

John Gruden

Boston

8

168 1990

Pat Mazzoli

Quebec

9

169 1990

Derek Frenette

St. Louis

6

124 1989

John DePourcq

Pittsburgh

S

21 1989

Clark Davies

Buffalo

S

18 1988

Justin LaFayette

Chicago

6

113 1988

Tim Corkery

Calgary

5

103 1987

Chuck Wiegand

N.Y. Rangers

8

157 1987

Marc Felicio

Minnesota

11

214 1987

Mike Williams

Quebec

11

219 1987

Dan Rolfe

St. Louis

11

222 1987

Matt Evo

Vancouver

12

234 1987

Kermit Salfi

Buffalo

12

235 1983

Dean Clark

Edmonton

8

167 1982

Illinois-Chicago Flames Name

NHL Team

Rd.

No.

Year

Shannon Finn

Philadelphia

S

10 1993

Darryl Noren

Quebec

S

6 1990

Jon Hillebrandt

N.Y. Rangers

10

202 1990

No.

Year

222 1989

Lake Superior State Lakers

Jim Dowd | No. 149 | New Jersey | 1987

Dave Karpa | No. 68 | Quebec | 1991 Name

Rd.

Name

NHL Team

Zach Trotman

Boston

Rd. 7

210 2010

No.

Year

Nathan Perkovich

New Jersey

8

250 2004

Brian Mahoney-Wilson San Jose

9

288 2004

Carter Lee

San Jose

9

276 2003

Matt Violin

Vancouver

8

247 2002

Terry Denike

Los Angeles

5

152 2001

Will Magnuson

Colorado

5

142 1999

Tyler Palmer

Florida

7

183 1997

Jason Sessa

Toronto

4

86 1996

Bates Battaglia

Anaheim

6

132 1994

Terry Marchant

Edmonton

6

136 1994

John Grahame

Boston

9

229 1994

Wayne Strachan

N.Y. Rangers

S

8 1993

Matt Alvey

Boston

2

51 1993

Sean Tallaire

Vancouver

Jamie Kosecki

Detroit

Scott McCabe

8

202 1993

10

256 1993

New Jersey

4

94 1992

Brian Rolston

New Jersey

1

11 1991

Brad Willner

New Jersey

4

77 1991

Rob Valicevic

N.Y. Islanders

6

114 1991

Michael Smith

Buffalo

12

255 1991

Doug Weight

N.Y. Rangers

2

34 1990

Kurt Miller

St. Louis

6

117 1990

Dean Hulett

Los Angeles

8

154 1990

Darren Wetherill

Boston

9

189 1990

John Hendry

Detroit

12

234 1990

Brandon Reed

N.Y. Islanders

S

10 1990

Ken Blum

Minnesota

9

175 1989

Sandy Moger

Vancouver

9

176 1989

Mark Astley

Buffalo

10

194 1989

John Valo

St. Louis

10

198 1989

Brian Lukowski

St. Louis

11

219 1989

Anthony Palumbo

N.Y. Rangers

S

18 1989

Jeff Napierala

Vancouver

S

13 1989

Dean Dyer

Hartford

4

74 1988

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Buffalo

6

106 1988

Paul Constantin

Vancouver

10

191 1988

Doug Laprade

Los Angeles

11

217 1988

Mike deCarle

Buffalo

S

3 1987

Tim Harris

Calgary

4

70 1987

Jim Dowd

New Jersey

8

149 1987

Brett Barnett

N.Y. Rangers

10

205 1987

Mark Vermette

Quebec

7

134 1986

Rene Chapdelaine

Los Angeles

8

149 1986

Jeff Jablonski

N.Y. Islanders

9

185 1986

Mike Greenlay

Edmonton

9

189 1986

Dan Keczmer

Minnesota

10

201 1986

Matt Cote

Winnipeg

11

218 1986

Randy Exelby

Montreal

S

12 1986

Gerry Johannson

Montreal

5

95 1984

Steve Hurt

Pittsburgh

10

189 1984

Mike Warus

Winnipeg

11

218 1984

Paul Jerrard

N.Y. Rangers

9

173 1983

Mark Vichorek

Philadelphia

12

245 1982

Paul Gess

Montreal

8

166 1981

Randy Clark

Colorado

7

108 1978

Murray Skinner

Boston

7

119 1978

Jeff Jensen

Colorado

10

159 1978

John Tweedle

California

3

39 1975

Marc Gaudreault

Vancouver

9

147 1974

John Flesch

Atlanta

5

69 1973

Miami RedHawks

Kevyn Adams | No. 25 | Boston | 1993 Name Riley Barber Tyler Biggs Blake Coleman Sean Kuraly Jimmy Mullin Reilly Smith Chris Wideman Connor Knapp Curtis McKenzie Tommy Wingels Justin Vaive Alec Martinez Jeff Zatkoff Nathan Davis Justin Mercier Ryan Jones Joe Cooper Matt Christie Marty Guerin Greg Hogeboom Brian Sipotz Brandon Crawford-West Patrick Leahy Adam Copeland Kevyn Adams Tom White John Hillman Rich Shulmistra Matt Oates Justin Krall Tom Holdeman Bobby Marshall Brian Savage Andrew Miller Stephen Rohr Rob Vanderydt Rhys Hollyman

NHL Team Rd. No. Year Washington 6 167 2012 Toronto 1 22 2011 New Jersey 3 75 2011 San Jose 5 133 2011 Tampa Bay 4 118 2010 Dallas 3 69 2009 Ottawa 4 100 2009 Buffalo 6 164 2009 Dallas 6 159 2009 San Jose 7 177 2008 Anaheim 4 92 2007 Los Angeles 4 95 2007 Los Angeles 3 74 2006 Chicago 4 113 2005 Colorado 6 168 2005 Minnesota 4 111 2004 Ottawa 7 219 2004 Anaheim 8 236 2004 Los Angeles 9 274 2003 Los Angeles 5 152 2002 Atlanta 4 100 2001 Pittsburgh 8 250 2001 N.Y. Rangers 5 122 1998 Edmonton 4 79 1994 Boston 1 25 1993 Chicago 7 180 1993 Quebec 11 283 1993 Quebec S 4 1992 N.Y. Rangers 7 168 1992 Detroit 8 183 1992 Edmonton S 18 1991 Calgary 6 129 1991 Montreal 8 171 1991 Detroit 12 252 1991 Montreal 7 144 1990 N.Y. Islanders S 2 1989 Minnesota 5 97 1989

Ken House Todd Harkins Craig Fisher Jaan Luik Scott Luik Bob Wallwork Steve McKichan Rob Robinson Tom Neziol Jim Bodden Dan Beaudette Greg Dornbach Boyd Sutton Ron Saatzer Mike Orn Tom Terwilliger

Washington Calgary Philadelphia St. Louis New Jersey Buffalo Vancouver St. Louis New Jersey Pittsburgh N.Y. Islanders Hartford Buffalo St. Louis Minnesota Minnesota

12 2 3 4 4 12 S 6 7 7 11 9 10 11 10 11

Bob Caulfield

N.Y. Islanders

5

250 42 56 72 75 244 7 117 128 131 227 173 203 222 201 222

1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1986 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984

84 1983

Michigan Wolverines

Eric Nystrom | No. 10 | Calgary | 2002 Name Jacob Trouba Phillip Di Guiseppe Boo Nieves Brennan Serville Zach Hyman Jon Merrill Alex Guptill Lee Moffie Luke Moffatt Chris Brown Kevin Lynch Mac Bennett Brandon Burlon Robbie Czarnik Greg Pateryn David Wohlberg Max Pacioretty Aaron Palushaj Louie Caporusso Steven Kampfer Matt Rust Ben Winnett Carl Hagelin Mark Mitera Chris Summers Kevin Quick Billy Sauer Jack Johnson Andrew Cogliano Jason Bailey T.J. Hensick Al Montoya Kevin Porter Mike Brown Chad Kolarik Matt Hunwick Jeff Tambellini Danny Richmond Tim Cook David Rohlfs Eric Nystrom Jason Ryznar Dwight Helminen Mike Komisarek Mike Cammalleri Milan Gajic Michael Woodford Brandon Rogers

NHL Team Rd. Winnipeg 1 Carolina 2 N.Y. Rangers 2 Winnipeg 3 Florida 5 New Jersey 2 Dallas 3 San Jose 7 Colorado 7 Phoenix 2 Columbus 2 Montreal 3 New Jersey 2 Los Angeles 3 Toronto 5 New Jersey 6 Montreal 1 St. Louis 2 Ottawa 3 Anaheim 4 Florida 4 Toronto 4 NY Rangers 6 Anaheim 1 Phoenix 1 Tampa Bay 3 Colorado 7 Carolina 1 Edmonton 1 Anaheim 3 Colorado 3 N.Y. Rangers 1 Phoenix 4 Vancouver 5 Phoenix 7 Boston 7 Los Angeles 1 Carolina 2 Ottawa 5 Edmonton 5 Calgary 1 New Jersey 3 Edmonton 8 Montreal 1 Los Angeles 2 Atlanta 4 Florida 4 Anaheim 4

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No. 9 38 59 78 123 38 77 188 197 36 56 79 52 63 128 172 22 44 90 93 101 104 168 19 29 78 201 3 25 63 88 6 119 159 199 224 27 31 142 154 10 64 244 7 49 112 117 118

Year 2012 2012 2012 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

David Moss Andy Hilbert Jeff Jillson Mike Comrie Mike Van Ryn Geoff Koch Josh Blackburn Craig Murray Mark Kosick Josh Langfeld Andrew Merrick Bubba Berenzweig Sean Ritchlin Justin Clark Jason Botterill Robb Gordon Greg Crozier Matt Herr Marty Turco Bill Muckalt Brendan Morrison Kevin Hilton Warren Luhning Mike Legg Ryan Sittler Tim Hogan Alan Sinclair Steven Halko Aaron Ward Mike Knuble Steve Shields David Oliver Brian Wiseman David Harlock Cam Stewart Chris Tamer Rick Willis Mark Ouimet Patrick Neaton Dan Stiver Mike Moes Alex Roberts Denny Felsner David Roberts Doug Evans Ted Kramer Mike Helber Mark Sorensen Don Stone Joe Lockwood Bryan Deasley Todd Copeland Brad Turner Ryan Pardoski Warren Sharples Myles O’Connor Mike Cusack Jeff Urban Jeff Norton Gary Lorden Brad Jones Brad McCaughey Billy Powers Sean Baker John Bjorkman Todd Carlile Greg Hudas Pat Goff Bill Brauer Murray Eaves Paul Fricker Brian Lundberg Dave Richter

Calgary Boston San Jose Edmonton New Jersey Nashville Phoenix Montreal Carolina Ottawa Carolina N.Y. Islanders New Jersey Colorado Dallas Vancouver Pittsburgh Washington Dallas Vancouver New Jersey Detroit N.Y. Islanders New Jersey Philadelphia Chicago Ottawa Hartford Winnipeg Detroit Buffalo Edmonton N.Y. Rangers New Jersey Boston Pittsburgh N.Y. Rangers Washington Pittsburgh Toronto Toronto Chicago St. Louis St. Louis Winnipeg Los Angeles Winnipeg Washington Detroit N.Y. Rangers Calgary New Jersey Minnesota New Jersey Calgary New Jersey Philadelphia St. Louis N.Y. Islanders Winnipeg Winnipeg Montreal Philadelphia Buffalo N.Y. Islanders Minnesota Detroit N.Y. Islanders Montreal Winnipeg Hartford Pittsburgh Minnesota

7 2 1 3 1 3 5 8 8 3 7 5 6 9 1 2 3 4 5 9 2 3 4 11 1 5 6 10 1 4 5 7 12 2 3 4 4 5 7 8 S S 3 6 7 7 9 10 12 S 1 2 3 8 9 3 8 9 3 6 8 8 9 12 11 6 7 11 12 3 9 9 10

220 37 14 91 26 85 116 201 211 66 169 109 145 240 20 39 73 93 124 221 39 74 92 273 7 113 121 225 5 76 101 144 257 24 63 68 76 94 145 157 8 11 55 114 131 144 178 192 248 13 19 24 58 150 184 45 168 180 62 114 156 158 184 247 217 122 128 231 250 44 176 177 205

2001 2000 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1986 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1983 1982 1982 1982 1982 1980 1980 1980 1980

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Michigan State Spartans

Jim Slater | No. 30 | Atlanta | 2002

Name John Draeger Rhett Holland Matt DeBlouw RJ Boyd Brett Perlini Daultan Leveille Derek Grant Corey Tropp Andrew Conboy Trevor Nill Mike Ratchuk Jeff Petry Ryan Turek Nick Sucharski Justin Abdelkader Tim Crowder Tim Kennedy A.J. Thelen David Booth Jim McKenzie Corey Potter Drew Miller Jim Slater Lee Falardeau Duncan Keith Brock Radunske Colton Fretter Kevin Estrada John-Michael Liles Troy Ferguson Adam Hall Andrew Hutchinson Brad Fast Ryan Miller Shawn Horcoff Mike York Chris Bogas Steve Guolla Mike Watt Tyler Harlton Jon Gaskins Tony Tuzzolino Dean Sylvester Mike Buzak Rem Murray Anson Carter Brian Clifford Kelly Harper Michael Burkett Steve Norton Bart Turner Scott Dean Steve Beadle Michael Stewart Mike Gilmore Bryan Smolinski Nicolas Perreault Dwayne Norris Wes McCauley Michael Thompson Shawn Heaphy Rob Woodward Jason Woolley Jim Cummins Peter White Joby Messier

NHL Team Minnesota Phoenix Calgary Florida Anaheim Atlanta Ottawa Buffalo Montreal St. Louis Philadelphia Edmonton St. Louis Columbus Detroit Pittsburgh Washington Minnesota Florida Ottawa NY Rangers Anaheim Atlanta N.Y. Rangers Chicago Edmonton Atlanta Carolina Colorado Carolina Nashville Nashville Carolina Buffalo Edmonton N.Y. Rangers Toronto Ottawa Edmonton St. Louis Edmonton Quebec San Jose St. Louis Los Angeles Quebec Pittsburgh Calgary Minnesota Boston Detroit Chicago Philadelphia N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Rangers Boston Calgary Quebec Detroit Pittsburgh Calgary Vancouver Washington N.Y. Rangers Edmonton N.Y. Rangers

Rd. 3 4 7 7 7 1 4 3 5 7 2 2 4 5 2 5 6 1 2 5 4 6 1 2 2 3 8 3 5 9 2 2 3 5 4 6 6 S 2 4 5 5 S 7 6 10 6 7 8 10 11 12 S 1 S 1 2 7 8 11 S 2 3 4 5 6

No. 68 102 186 183 192 29 119 89 142 190 42 45 94 136 42 126 181 12 53 141 122 186 30 33 54 79 230 91 159 276 52 54 84 138 99 136 148 3 32 94 110 113 2 167 135 220 126 151 174 216 230 264 3 13 17 21 26 127 150 215 26 29 61 67 92 118

Year 2012 2012 2012 2010 2010 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2001 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998 1997 1996 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993 1993 1992 1992 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989

Rod Brind’Amour Jason Muzzatti Pat Murray Kerry Russell Mark Hirth Jeff Harding Kip Miller Chris Marshall Joe Murphy Neil Wilkinson Don Gibson Mike O’Toole Craig Simpson Bruce Rendall Chris Luongo Brian McReynolds Danton Cole Bobby Reynolds Brad Hamilton Neil Davey Sean Clement Bill Shibicky Tom Tilley Kevin Miller Mitch Messier Bob Essensa Don McSween Norm Foster Brad Beck Jeff Parker Newell Brown Kelly Miller Tom Anastos Dan McFall Ken Leiter Mark Hamway

St. Louis Calgary Philadelphia Hartford Hartford Philadelphia Quebec Buffalo Detroit Minnesota Vancouver St. Louis Pittsburgh Philadelphia Detroit N.Y. Rangers Winnipeg Toronto Chicago New Jersey Winnipeg Detroit St. Louis N.Y. Rangers Minnesota Winnipeg Buffalo Boston Chicago Buffalo Vancouver N.Y. Rangers Montreal Winnipeg N.Y. Islanders N.Y. Islanders

1 1 2 7 9 2 4 6 1 2 3 6 1 2 5 6 6 10 10 3 4 9 10 10 3 4 8 11 5 6 8 9 6 8 5 7

9 21 35 137 179 30 72 106 1 30 49 115 2 42 92 112 123 190 200 44 72 175 196 202 56 69 154 222 91 111 158 183 124 148 101 143

1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1986 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1983 1983 1983 1983 1982 1982 1982 1982 1981 1981 1980 1980

Michigan Tech Huskies Name Randy Oswald Don Porter Dave Roach Dave Reierson Tom Allen Mike Lauen Mike O’Connor

NHL Team Rd. Boston 6 St. Louis 8 Edmonton 9 Calgary 2 Philadelphia 10 Winnipeg 7 Los Angeles 7

No. 124 148 180 29 203 135 136

Year 1984 1984 1983 1982 1982 1980 1980

Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks Chris Holt | No. 180 | New York | 2003

Name Alain Goulet Brent Gwidt Scott Parse Chris Holt Cody Blanshan Joel Andresen Kaleb Betts Bryce Lampman Mike Gabinet Dan Ellis Greg Zanon

NHL Team Rd. Boston 6 Washington 6 Los Angeles 6 N.Y. Rangers 6 N.Y. Islanders 8 Los Angeles 5 Nashville 8 N.Y. Rangers 4 Los Angeles 8 Dallas 2 Ottawa 5

No. 159 157 174 180 238 157 235 113 237 60 156

Year 2007 2006 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 2001 2001 2000 2000

Northern Michigan Wildcats Mark Olver| No. 140 | Colorado | 2008

Name Justin Florek Mark Olver

NHL Team Boston Colorado

Rd. 5 5

No. Year 135 2010 140 2008

T.J. Miller Matt Butcher Spencer Dillon Darin Olver Andrew Sarauer Dustin Collins Mike Santorelli Matthew Siddall Juha Alen Zack Tarkir Dirk Southern Geoff Waugh Pat Murphy Nathan Oystrick Sean Connolly Craig Kowalski Doug Schmidt Rocky Welsing Curtis Sheptak Dave Randall Gary Emmons Ron Chyzowski Ralph Vos Kory Wright Bob Shaw Bruno Campese Bill Schafhauser Jeff Poeschl Steve Bozek Morey Gare Tom Laidlaw Don Waddell Mike Seide Steve Weeks Greg Tignanelli Keith Hanson

New Jersey Vancouver Florida N.Y. Rangers Vancouver Tampa Bay Nashville Atlanta Anaheim New Jersey Anaheim Dallas Edmonton Atlanta Ottawa Carolina Colorado Anaheim Edmonton Chicago N.Y Rangers Hartford Edmonton Winnipeg Winnipeg Boston Chicago Hartford Los Angeles N.Y. Islanders N.Y. Rangers Los Angeles Minnesota N.Y. Rangers Montreal Minnesota

4 5 9 2 4 5 6 9 3 5 7 3 7 7 5 8 8 7 7 S S 4 8 10 11 9 6 9 3 8 6 7 10 11 14 9

106 138 267 36 125 163 178 270 90 167 218 78 211 198 158 235 217 158 160 5 16 72 160 189 222 249 117 172 52 164 93 111 155 176 222 145

2006 2005 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2000 2000 1997 1994 1994 1986 1986 1983 1983 1983 1982 1982 1981 1981 1980 1980 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1977

Notre Dame Fighting Irish Yan Stastny| No. 259 | Boston | 2002

Name Thomas Di Pauli Austin Wuthrich Mario Luca T.J. Tynan Steven Fogarty Robbie Russo Riley Sheahan Stephen Johns Bryan Rust Kevin Lind Kyle Palmieri Jeff Costello Anders Lee Nick Larson Sean Lorenz Ian Cole Ted Ruth Ryan Thang Ben Ryan Brad Phillips Erik Condra Kyle Lawson Victor Oreskovich Wes O’Neill David Brown Rob Globke Mike Walsh Yan Stastny Neil Komadoski Evan Nielsen David Inman

NHL Team Rd. Washington 4 Washington 4 Minnesota 2 Columbus 3 N.Y Rangers 3 N.Y. Islanders 4 Detroit 1 Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 3 Anaheim 6 Anaheim 1 Ottawa 5 N.Y. Islanders 6 Calgary 4 Minnesota 4 St. Louis 1 Washington 2 Nashville 3 Nashville 4 Philadelphia 7 Ottawa 7 Carolina 7 Colorado 2 N.Y. Islanders 4 Pittsburgh 8 Florida 2 N.Y. Rangers 5 Boston 8 Ottawa 3 Atlanta 8 N.Y. Rangers 2

No. 100 107 60 66 72 95 21 60 80 177 26 146 152 108 115 18 46 81 114 182 211 198 55 115 228 40 143 259 81 242 59

Year 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2005 2004 2004 2004 2002 2002 2002 2001 2000 1999

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N.Y. Islanders 9 Chicago 5 San Jose 7 Los Angeles 8 N.Y. Islanders 9 Edmonton 5 St. Louis 7 San Jose 10 Pittsburgh 9 N.Y. Rangers 6 St. Louis 11 N.Y. Rangers 7 Edmonton 5 Montreal 4 Detroit 7 Montreal 9 Los Angeles 5

255 110 163 193 222 114 198 245 234 144 259 147 101 69 128 187 92

1999 1997 1997 1997 1997 1996 1994 1994 1993 1992 1992 1991 1990 1982 1982 1980 1979

Ohio State Buckeyes

Ryan Kesler| No. 23 | Vancouver | 2003 Name Collin Olson Sam Jardine Max McCormick Ryan Dzingel Ben Gallacher Chris Crane Zac Dalpe Taylor Stefishen Matt Bartkowski John Albert C.J. Severyn Joseph Palmer Kevin Montgomery Shane Sims Tom Fritsche Ian Keserich Matthew McIlvane Ryan Kesler Tyson Strachan Nathan Guenin Scott May John Toffey R.J. Umberger Dave Steckel Jason Crain Chris Feil Brandon Lafrance Eric Meloche Tom Askey Brian Loney Rob Peters Mike Bales Don Oliver Paul Rutherford Eric Reisman Jeff Madill Sean Clifford Todd Fanning Mark Anderson Joe Tracy Roger Beedon Daryn Fersovich Mike Wurst Bill Reed Bill Brown Mike Nightengale Paul Roff Greg Kostenko Steve Jones Rod McNair

NHL Team Carolina Chicago Ottawa Ottawa Florida San Jose Carolina Nashville Florida Atlanta Calgary Chicago Colorado N.Y. Islanders Colorado Colorado Ottawa Vancouver Carolina N.Y. Rangers Toronto Tampa Bay Vancouver Los Angeles Los Angeles Chicago Edmonton Pittsburgh Anaheim Vancouver Hartford Boston Detroit N.Y. Islanders Boston New Jersey Detroit Vancouver Washington Hartford Montreal Philadelphia Toronto Boston Chicago Minnesota Minnesota N.Y. Rangers Philadelphia Philadelphia

Rd. No. Year 6 159 2012 6 169 2011 6 171 2011 7 204 2011 4 93 2010 7 200 2010 2 45 2008 5 136 2008 7 190 2008 6 175 2007 7 186 2007 4 96 2006 4 110 2006 4 126 2006 2 47 2005 7 215 2004 8 251 2004 1 23 2003 5 137 2003 4 127 2002 7 222 2002 9 287 2002 1 16 2001 1 30 2001 3 74 1999 9 230 1997 7 170 1996 7 186 1996 8 186 1993 5 110 1992 12 251 1991 5 105 1990 S 7 1990 5 100 1988 11 228 1988 S 11 1987 6 116 1987 7 129 1987 S 19 1987 S 8 1986 9 184 1985 10 204 1984 11 213 1984 4 72 1974 11 215 1984 12 242 1984 12 236 1983 8 127 1978 10 161 1977 11 168 1977

St. Louis Billikens Name Chris Valentine

NHL Team Rd. Washington 10

No. Year 194 1981

Mike Krushelnyski Carl Bloomberg Terry Kitching Doug Butler Brian O’Connell Dan Tsubouchi Mario Faubert Bob Sykes

Boston St. Louis St. Louis Boston Atlanta Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Toronto

6 13 13 5 10 13 4 5

120 205 207 88 167 202 62 65

1979 1978 1978 1977 1975 1975 1974 1971

Western Michigan Broncos Joe Corvo| No. 83 | Los Angeles | 1997

Name Colton Hargrove Chase Balisy Garrett Haar Kevin Connauton Luke Witkowski Max Campbell Ryan Watson Chris Frank Matt Clackson Mike Erickson Pat Dwyer Vince Bellissimo Kevin Clauson Joe Corvo Daryl Andrews Marc Magliarditi Joel Irving Jamal Mayers Misha Lapin Chris Belanger Brent Brekke Craig Brown Jason Jennings Mike Power Andy Suhy Byron Witkowski Doug Melnyk Gordie Frantti Keith Jones Chris Venkus Paul Polillo Wayne Gagne Andy Rymsha Mike Eastwood Chris Clarke Mike Posma Bill Horn Ron Hoover Lee Brodeur Jeff Crossman Jim Culhane Ron Pesetti Chris MacDonald Rob Bryden Chuck Chiatto Dan Dorion Paul Reifenberger Bob Scurfield Ross Fitzpatrick Glenn Johannesen Jim Olson Peter Raps Mike Brown

NHL Team Boston Nashville Washington Vancouver Tampa Bay NY Rangers Florida Phoenix Philadelphia Minnesota Atlanta Florida N.Y. Islanders Los Angeles New Jersey Chicago Montreal St. Louis Toronto Hartford Quebec Los Angeles Winnipeg Edmonton Detroit Quebec N.Y. Islanders Philadelphia Washington Washington Pittsburgh Montreal St. Louis Toronto Washington St. Louis Hartford Hartford Montreal Los Angeles Hartford Winnipeg Calgary Montreal Detroit New Jersey N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Rangers Philadelphia N.Y. Islanders Philadelphia N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Rangers

Neil Smith

N.Y. Islanders 13

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Rd. 7 6 7 3 6 5 7 7 7 3 4 5 6 4 7 6 6 4 11 9 9 9 11 7 8 11 S 6 7 11 S S 4 5 10 2 5 8 4 10 11 8 8 8 12 12 9 7 7 11 9 10 11

No. 205 170 207 83 160 138 191 188 215 72 116 158 155 83 173 146 148 89 279 185 188 196 225 143 158 211 21 119 141 225 4 22 82 91 204 31 95 158 65 191 214 149 151 158 226 232 177 140 147 206 195 157 164

Year 2012 2011 2011 2009 2008 2007 2007 2006 2005 2002 2002 2002 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1993 1991 1991 1991 1991 1990 1989 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1984 1984 1984 1983 1983 1983 1983 1982 1981 1980 1980 1980 1978 1977 1977

204 1974

NHL ENTRY DRAFT BY SCHOOL Alaska 7 Bowling Green 67 Ferris State 27 llinois-Chicago 17 Kent State 3 Lake Superior State 61 Miami 53 Michigan* 120 Michigan State* 100 Michigan Tech 7 Nebraska-Omaha 11 Northern Michigan* 38 Notre Dame* 44 Ohio State 48 St. Louis 8 Western Michigan 53

NHL DRAFT

Brett Henning Ben Simon Joe Dusbabek Jay Kopischke Ryan Clark Brian Urick Steve Noble Aniket Dhadphale Tim Harberts David Dal Grande Wade Salzman John Rushin Greg Louder John Devoe Greg Hudas John Schmidt Jim Brown

BY NHL TEAM Anaheim 15 Boston 25 Buffalo 19 Calgary (Atlanta) 21 (2) Carolina (Hartford) 14 (16) Chicago 17 Colorado (Quebec) 18 (18) Columbus 3 Dallas (Minnesota/California) 6 (2/1) Detroit 25 Edmonton 26 Florida 10 Los Angeles 35 Minnesota 5 Montreal 27 Nashville 9 New Jersey 31 N.Y. Islanders 31 N.Y. Rangers 42 Ottawa 16 Philadelphia 28 Phoenix (Winnipeg) 8 (25) Pittsburgh 21 St. Louis 34 San Jose 12 Tampa Bay 4 Toronto 16 Vancouver 30 Washington 18 Winnipeg (Atlanta) 2 (12) Supplemental Draft picks not included. * -Includes only selections who played in the CCHA

NHL DRAFT NOTE A record 32 CCHA players were selected in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. Michigan forward Aaron Ward was the first player chosen (1st round, 5th overall by Winnipeg), Michigan State’s Scott Dean was the last (12th round, 264th overall by Chicago).

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NHL DRAFT

FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICKS Craig Simpson MSU No. 2 Pittsburgh 1985

Jason Botterill UM No. 20 Dallas 1994

Jeff Tambellini UM No. 27 Los Angeles 2004

Joe Murphy MSU No. 1 Detroit 1986

Peter Ratchuk BGSU No. 25 Colorado 1996

Jack Johnson UM No. 3 Carolina 2005

Bryan Deasley UM No.19 Calgary 1987

Mike Van Ryn UM No. 26 New Jersey 1998

Andrew Cogliano UM No. 25 Edmonton 2005

Rod Brind’Amour MSU No. 9 St. Louis 1988

Jeff Jillson UM No. 14 San Jose 1999

Mark Mitera UM No. 19 Anaheim 2006

Jason Muzzatti MSU No. 21 Calgary 1988

Mike Komisarek UM No. 7 Montreal 2001

Chris Summers UM No. 29 Phoenix 2006

Michael Stewart MSU No. 13 N.Y. Rangers 1990

R.J. Umberger OSU No. 16 Vancouver 2001

Ian Cole ND No. 18 St. Louis 2007

Bryan Smolinski MSU No. 21 Boston 1990

Dave Steckel OSU No. 30 Los Angeles 2001

Max Pacioretty UM No. 22 Montreal 2007

Aaron Ward UM No. 5 Winnipeg 1991

Eric Nystrom UM No. 10 Calgary 2002

Daultan Leveille MSU No. 29 Atlanta 2008

Brian Rolston LSSU No. 11 New Jersey 1991

Jim Slater MSU No. 30 Atlanta 2002

Kyle Palmieri ND No. 26 Anaheim 2009

Ryan Sittler UM No. 7 Philadelphia 1992

Ryan Kesler OSU No. 23 Vancouver 2003

Riley Sheahan ND No. 21 Detroit 2010

Kevyn Adams MIA No. 25 Boston 1993

Al Montoya UM No. 6 N.Y. Rangers 2004

Tyler Biggs MIA No. 22 Toronto 2011

A.J. Thelen MSU No. 21 Minnesota 2004

Jacob Trouba UM No. 9 Winnipeg 2012

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The International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships are held annually for two weeks in December and January. Players under 20 years old are chosen by their country’s national governing body to participate in this international event. To date, 112 CCHA players have represented their respective countries in the World Junior Championships. Two CCHA players hold a place in the World Junior Championship record book. Lake Superior’s Doug Weight ranks second in assists in a single WJC tournament (1991) with 14. Michigan’s Jason Botterill is the only player in tournament history to be a member of three consecutive gold medal winning teams (Canada in 1994, 1995 and 1996). The 2013 World Junior Championships will be held December 26, 2012 through January 5, 2013 in Ufa, Russia.

2012 Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta Austin Czarnik Jon Merrill Stephen Johns T.J. Tynan

F D D F

MIA UM ND ND

United States United States United States United States

2011 Buffalo and Niagara, N.Y. Jon Merrill Chris Brown

D F

UM UM

United States (B) United States (B)

2010 Saskatoon and Regina, Canada Kyle Palmieri

F

ND

United States (G)

2009 Ottawa, Canada Ian Cole Aaron Palushaj Matt Rust Teddy Ruth

D F F D

ND UM UM ND

United States United States United States United States

2008 Liberec and Pardubice, Czech Republic Carl Hagelin Ian Cole Joseph Palmer Max Pacioretty Matt Rust Chris Summers

F D G F F D

UM ND OSU UM UM UM

Sweden (S) United States United States United States United States United States

2007 Mora and Leksand, Sweden Andrew Cogliano F Justin Abdelkader F Jack Johnson D Kyle Lawson D Jeff Zatkoff G

UM MSU UM ND MIA

Canada (G) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B)

2006 Vancouver, Kelowna and Kamloops, B.C. Andrew Cogliano Tomas Petruska Jack Johnson Mark Mitera Nathan Davis Kevin Porter Tom Fritsche

F F D D F F F

UM BGSU UM UM MIA UM OSU

Canada (G) Slovakia United States United States United States United States United States

2005 Grand Forks, N.D. & Thief River Falls, Minn. Mike Brown T.J. Hensick Matt Hunwick Al Montoya Kevin Porter

F F D G F

UM UM UM UM UM

United States United States United States United States United States

2004 Helsinki & Hammenlinna, Finland Jeff Tambellini David Booth Matt Hunwick Ryan Kesler Al Montoya ($) Corey Potter

F F D F G D

UM MSU UM OSU^ UM MSU

Canada (S) United States (G) United States (G) United States (G) United States (G) United States (G)

Danny Richmond D UM United States (G) Dominic Vicari G MSU United States (G) $-Named tournament’s Top Goaltender ^ - Former Ohio State player

2003 Sydney & Halifax, Nova Scotia Dwight Helminen F Ryan Kesler F Eric Nystrom F

UM OSU UM

United States United States United States

2002 Pardubice & H. Kralove, Czech Republic

Mike Cammalleri* F UM Canada (S) Rob Globke F ND United States Dwight Helminen F UM United States Mike Komisarek D UM United States Bryce Lampman D UNO United States Brett Lebda D ND United States Eric Nystrom F UM United States Jim Slater F MSU United States Dave Steckel F OSU United States R.J. Umberger F OSU United States *Named Tournament’s Best Forward

2001 Moscow, Russia Mike Cammalleri Connor Dunlop Rob Globke Andy Hilbert Mike Komisarek Craig Kowalski Dave Steckel R.J. Umberger

F F F F D G F F

UM ND ND UM UM NMU OSU OSU

Canada (B) United States United States United States United States United States United States United States

2000 Umea Skelleftea & Umea, Sweden Connor Dunlop F Adam Hall F Brett Henning F Andy Hilbert F David Inman F Jeff Jillson D John-Michael Liles D

ND MSU ND UM ND UM MSU

United States United States United States United States United States United States United States

1999 Winnipeg, Manitoba Mike Van Ryn Joe Blackburn Dan Carlson Adam Hall Jeff Jillson Andy Hilbert Ryan Murphy Mike Vigilante

D G F F F F F F

UM MSU ND MSU UM UM BGSU LSSU

Canada (S) United States United States United States United States United States United States United States

1998 Helsinki & Hameenlinna, Finland Mike Van Ryn Joe Dusbabek Ben Simon Mike York

D F F F

UM ND ND MSU

Canada United States United States United States

1997 Geneva & Morges, Switzerland Joe Corvo Jason Sessa Ben Simon Mike York

D F F F

WMU LSSU ND MSU

United States (S) United States (S) United States (S) United States (S)

1996 Boston, Massachusetts Jason Botterill Robb Gordon Mike Watt Chris Bogas Matt Herr Marc Magliarditi Mike York

F F F D F G F

UM UM MSU MSU UM WMU MSU

Canada (G) Canada (G) Canada (G) United States United States United States United States

1995 Red Deer, Alberta Jason Botterill Bates Battaglia John Grahame Kevin Hilton

F F G F

UM LSSU LSSU UM

Canada (G) United States United States United States

1994 Ostrava & FryekMistek, Czech Republic Jason Botterill Anson Carter Kevyn Adams Aaron Ellis Kevin Hilton Ryan Sittler Blake Sloan

F F F G F F F

UM MSU MIA BGSU UM UM UM

Canada (G) Canada (G) United States United States United States United States United States

1993 Gavle & Fulun, Sweden Brian Rolston Ryan Sittler

F F

LSSU United States UM United States

1992 Fussen & Kaufbeuren, Germany Brian Holzinger F Brian Rolston F Ryan Sittler F

BGSU United States (B) LSSU United States (B) UM United States (B)

1991 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada David Harlock Brent Brekke Ken Klee Pat Neaton Brian Rolston Doug Weight

D D D D F F

UM WMU BGSU UM LSSU LSSU

Canada (G) United States United States United States United States United States

1985 Helsinki & Turku, Finland Norm Foster Greg Dornbach Brian Hannon

G F F

MSU Canada (G) MIA United States MTU United States

1984 Nykoping, Sweden Bob Curtis

F

NMU United States

1983 Leningrad, Soviet Union Geir Hoff Chris Cichocki Mark Maroste Dan McFall Kelly Miller Chris Seychel

F F F D F F

MSU MTU MTU MSU MSU UM

1982 Minnesota Chris Guy Charlie Lundeen Mark Maroste Dan McFall Kelly Miller Bill Schafhauser

D F F D F D

LSSU NMU MTU MSU MSU NMU

Norway United States United States United States United States United States

United States United States United States United States United States United States

1981 Fussen & Augsburg, W. Germany Dieter Haberl Jeff Grade Kelly Miller

F F F

LSSU Austria UM United States MSU United States

1980 Helsinki, Finland Paul Brandrup Mark Chiamp Glen DaMota Mike Lauen Barry Mills Scott Stoltzner

D G F F D G

UM UM NMU MTU BGSU NMU

United States United States United States United States United States United States

1979 Karlstad, Sweden Steve Murphy

F

MTU

United States

1990 Helsinki & Turku, Finland

1978 Montreal, Quebec

1989 Anchorage, Alaska

1977 Banska BystricaZvolen, Czechoslovakia

Dwayne Norris F Bryan Smolinski F

Rod Brind’Amour F

MSU Canada (G) MSU United States

MSU Canada

1988 Moscow, Soviet Union Kip Miller

F

MSU United States

1987 Trencin & Nitra, Czechoslovakia Todd Copeland D Mike Posma D Bobby Reynolds F

UM United States WMU United States MSU United States

INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

Carl Bloomberg Bart Larson Jack McKinch Don Waddell

Carl Bloomberg Keith Hanson Terry Houck Doug Olson Jim Penningroth Don Waddell

G D F D

G D F F F D

SLU WMU NMU NMU

SLU NMU NMU SLU OSU NMU

United States United States United States United States

United States United States United States United States United States United States

Key: (G) – Gold medal. (S) – Silver medal. (B) – Bronze medal.

1986 Hamilton, Ontario Joe Murphy Greg Dornbach Scott Paluch

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F F D

MSU Canada (S) MIA United States (B) BGSU United States (B)

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INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2012 Helsinki, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden Justin Abdelkader F Jeff Petry D Jim Slater F Jack Johnson D Max Pacioretty F Kyle Palmieri F Patrick Dwyer F

MSU MSU MSU UM UM ND WMU

United States United States United States United States United States United States United States

2011 Bratislava and Kosice, Slovakia Jack Johnson Mike Komisarek Andy Miele Al Montoya Yan Stastny

D D F G F

UM UM MIA UM ND

United States United States United States United States United States

2010 Cologne, Mannheim & Gelsenkirchen, Germany Chad Johnson Daniel Bellissimo Andy Greene Christian Hanson Jack Johnson Tim Kennedy David Moss Eric Nystrom

G G D F D F F F

UAF WMU MIA ND UM MSU UM UM

Canada (S) Italy United States United States United States United States United States United States

2009 Berne and ZurichKlote, Switzerland Shawn Horcoff F Jason Blake F Jack Johnson D John-Michael Liles D Al Montoya G

MSU FSU UM MSU UM

Canada (S) United States United States United States United States

2008 Halifax, Nova Scotia and Quebec City, Quebec Duncan Keith Chris Kunitz Jamal Mayers Andre Signoretti Carter Trevisiani David Booth

D F F D D F

MSU FSU WMU OSU OSU MSU

Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) Italy Italy United States

2007 Moscow and Mytischi, Russia Mike Cammalleri F Jamal Mayers F Jason Muzzatti G Andre Signoretti D Carter Trevisani D Nathan Davis F John Grahame G Adam Hall F Andrew Hutchinson D Jack Johnson D

UM WMU MSU OSU OSU MIA LSSU MSU MSU UM

2006 Riga, Latvia Mike Comrie Mike Cammalleri Jason Muzzatti Carter Trevisiani Geir Hoff Joe Corvo Adam Hall Andy Hilbert Ryan Kesler Mike Komisarek Jim Slater Yan Stastny R.J. Umberger

F F G D GM D D F D D F F F

UM UM MSU OSU MSU WMU MSU UM OSU UM MSU ND OSU

Canada (G) Canada (G) Italy Italy Italy United States United States United States United States United States

Canada Canada Italy Italy Norway United States United States United States United States United States United States United States United States

2005 Vienna, Austria Dan Boyle D Brendan Morrison F Marty Turco G Kevyn Adams F Adam Hall F Mike Knuble F

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MIA UM UM MIA MSU UM

Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) United States United States United States

John-Michael Liles Andy Roach Yan Stastny Doug Weight Mike York Don Waddell

D D F F F GM

MSU FSU ND LSSU MSU NMU

1997 Helsinki, Turku and Tampere, Finland

United States United States United States United States United States United States

Rob Blake Anson Carter Bob Nardella Tom Askey Ken Klee

2004 Ostrava and Prague, Czech Republic Shawn Horcoff F Brendan Morrison F Bates Battaglia F Adam Hall F Andy Hilbert F Jeff Jillson D Andy Roach D Blake Sloan F Don Waddell GM

MSU UM LSSU MSU UM UM FSU UM NMU

F F F D D D F F G

MSU UM MSU MIA WMU FSU MSU MSU MSU

Garry Galley Bob Nardella Keith Aldridge John Grahame Chris Luongo Bobby Reynolds Brian Rolston

Canada (G) Canada (G) Canada (G) Japan United States United States United States United States United States

F G F D F G D D GM

UM UM MIA ND UM MSU MIA UM NMU

Canada Canada Slovenia United States United States United States United States United States United States

2001 Hanover, Cologne and Nuremberg, Germany Rem Murray Dan Daikawa Mark Eaton Mike Knuble Walt Kyle Ryan Miller Don Waddell 

F D D F AC G GM

MSU MIA ND UM NMU MSU NMU

Canada Japan United States United States United States United States United States

BGSU WMU UM MSU

Canada Canada Canada United States

1999 Lillehammer, Hamar and Oslo, Norway Norm Krumpschmid F Rob Blake D Brian Savage F Bruno Campese G Pat Mazzoli G Dan Daikawa D Matt Herr F Dan Keczmer D Mike Knuble F Kelly Miller F Bryan Smolinski F Chris Tamer D

FSU BGSU MIA NMU FSU MIA UM LSSU UM MSU MSU UM

Austria Canada Canada Italy Italy Japan United States United States United States United States United States United States

1998 Zurich and Basel, Switzerland Norm Krumpschmid F Rob Blake D Nelson Emerson F Dan Daikawa D Bates Battaglia F Chris Luongo D Kevin Miller F Bryan Smolinski F

FSU BGSU BGSU MIA LSSU MSU MSU MSU

Austria Canada Canada Japan United States United States United States United States

D D D G D F F

BGSU FSU LSSU LSSU MSU MSU LSSU

Canada (S) Italy United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B)

1995 Stockholm and Gavle, Sweden Tom Tilley Pierrick Maia Bruno Campese Bob Nardella Geir Hoff Keith Aldridge Todd Harkins Brad Jones Mike Knuble Patrick Neaton

D F G D F D F F F D

MSU BGSU NMU FSU MSU LSSU MIA UM UM UM

Canada France Italy Italy Norway United States United States United States United States United States

Rob Blake D Rod Brind’Amour F Nelson Emerson F Pierrick Maia F Rick Brebant F Matt Cote D Bruno Campese G Phil DeGaetano F Geir Hoff F Shawn Chambers D Danton Cole F Don McSween D Patrick Neaton D Doug Weight F

BGSU MSU BGSU BGSU OSU LSSU NMU NMU MSU UAF MSU MSU UM LSSU

Canada (G) Canada (G) Canada (G) France Great Britain Great Britain Italy Italy Norway United States United States United States United States United States

1993 Munich and Dortmund, Germany

2000 St. Petersburg, Russia Mike Johnson F Jamal Mayers F Brendan Morrison F Chris Luongo D

Canada (G) Canada (G) Italy United States United States

1994 Bolzano, Canazei and Milan, Italy

2002 Gothenburg, Karlstad and Jonkoping, Sweden Mike Comrie Marty Turco Gregor Krajnc Mark Eaton Andy Hilbert Ryan Miller Todd Rohloff Chris Tamer Don Waddell

BGSU MSU FSU OSU BGSU

1996 Vienna, Austria

Canada (G) Canada (G) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States (B) United States

2003 Helsinki, Tampere and Turku, Finland Anson Carter Mike Comrie Shawn Horcoff Dan Daikawa Joe Corvo John Gruden Adam Hall Kevin Miller Ryan Miller

D F D G D

Brian Stankiewicz G Rod Brind’Amour F Garry Galley D Brian Savage F Pierrick Maia F Geir Hoff F Doug Weight F

BGSU MSU BGSU MIA BGSU MSU LSSU

Austria Canada Canada Canada France Norway United States

1992 Prague and Bratislava, Czechoslovakia Brian Stankiewicz G Rob Brind’Amour F Nelson Emerson F Jason Woolley D Geir Hoff F Todd Copeland D Todd Harkins F Ken Klee D

BGSU MSU BGSU MSU MSU UM MIA BGSU

Austria Canada Canada Canada Norway United States United States United States

1991 Turku and Tampere, Finland Brian Stankiewicz G Rob Blake D Steve Bozek F Jamie Macoun D Danton Cole F Kevin Miller F

BGSU BGSU NMU OSU MSU MSU

Austria Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) United States United States

1990 Bern and Fribourg, Switzerland Bob Essensa Jamie Macoun Geir Hoff Danton Cole Chris Dahlquist

G D F F D

MSU OSU MSU MSU LSSU

Canada Canada Norway United States United States

Dan Keczmer Kip Miller Jeff Norton Bobby Reynolds

D F D F

LSSU MSU UM MSU

United States United States United States United States

1989 Stockholm, Sweden Dave Ellett Kelly Miller Jeff Norton

D F D

BGSU Canada (S) MSU United States UM United States

1985 Prague, Czechoslovakia Brian MacLellan Jamie Macoun Steve Weeks Dan Dorion Gary Haight Kelly Miller

D D G F D F

BGSU OSU NMU WMU MSU MSU

Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) United States United States United States

1983 Munich & Dortmund, Germany Dave Chambers Grant Goegan Gary Haight Keith Hanson Jeff Logan Don Waddell

HC F D D F D

OSU SLU MSU NMU ND NMU

Italy Italy United States United States United States United States

1982 Helsinki & Tampere, Finland Dave Chambers HC Grant Goegan F Bill Selman HC

OSU Italy SLU Italy LSSU United States

1978 Prague,Czechoslovakia Ken Morrow

D

BGSU United States

UNIVERSITY GAMES

1972 World University Games Lake Placid, NY Ted Sator Tom Sheehan

F BGSU United States D BGSU United States

1997 World University Hockey Championship, Detroit Bob Petrie Andy Roach Harold Schock Blake Sloan Tony Tuzzolino

G D D D F

BGSU FSU UM UM MSU

United States United States United States United States United States

1998 North American College Hockey Championship, Detroit Brett Colborne Adam Copeland Terry Marchant Trevor Prior Ryan Root Marty Turco

D F F G D G

FSU MIA LSSU MIA OSU UM

United States United States United States United States United States United States

1999 North American College Hockey Championship, Detroit & Toronto Bubba Berenzweig D Benoit Cotnoir D Forrest Karr G Tobin Praznik F Brian Urick D

UM ND ND LSSU ND

United States United States United States United States United States

2000 North American College Hockey Championship, Detroit & Toronto Mike Weaver Ben Simon Mike Jones Eric Meloche

D F D F

MSU ND BGSU OSU

United States United States United States United States

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Ryan Miller, G, MSU Team USA

Jack Johnson, D, UM Team USA

OLYMPICS 2010 Vancouver, Canada Dan Boyle Jack Johnson Duncan Keith Ryan Kesler Mike Komisarek Ryan Miller

D D D F D G

MIA UM MSU OSU UM MSU

2006 Turin, Italy Rob Blake D Dan Boyle D Marty Turco G Jason Muzzatti G Bob Nardella D Andre Signoretti F Carter Trevisani F Tony Tuzzolino F Jason Blake F John Grahame G Mike Knuble F John-Michael Liles D Brian Rolston F Doug Weight F

BGSU MIA UM MSU FSU OSU OSU MSU FSU LSSU UM MSU LSSU LSSU

Canada (G) United States (S) Canada (G) United States (S) United States (S) United States (S) Canada Canada Canada Italy Italy Italy Italy Italy United States United States United States United States United States United States

2002 Salt Lake City, Utah Rob Blake Brian Rolston Doug Weight Mike York

D F F F

BGSU LSSU LSSU MSU

1992 Albertville, France

Canada (G) United States (S) United States (S) United States (S)

Todd Brost Kevin Dahl Jason Woolley Geir Hoff

1998 Nagano, Japan Norm Krumpschmid F Rob Blake D Rod Brind’Amour F Dan Daikawa F Bob Nardella F Doug Weight F Jeff Jackson AC

FSU BGSU MSU MIA FSU LSSU LSSU BGSU LSSU UM MSU BGSU MIA BGSU NMU NMU MSU UIC UM LSSU

Brian Stankiewicz G Geir Hoff F Kevin Miller F Jeff Norton D

Brian Stankiewicz G Grant Goegan F Gary Haight D

Austria Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) France Italy Italy Norway United States United States United States

Ken Morrow Mark Wells

Bob Dobek Doug Ross

1996

1987

Dave Ellett Kelly Miller Ted Sator

1984

Ted Sator

1981

Ken Morrow

D F AC

BGSU United States MSU United States BGSU United States

AC

BGSU United States

D

BGSU United States

Rob Blake Rod Brind’Amour Neil Smith Brian Rolston Bryan Smolinski Doug Weight

D F AGM F F F

BGSU MSU WMU LSSU MSU LSSU

Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) United States (G) United States (G) United States (G)

Rob Blake D Ken Klee D John-Michael Liles D Brian Rolston F Bryan Smolinski F Doug Weight F Don Waddell AGM

BGSU BGSU MSU LSSU MSU LSSU NMU

Canada (G) United States United States United States United States United States United States

2004

CENTRAL COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION | 2012-13 MEDIA GUIDE

Austria Norway United States United States

OSU Austria STU Italy MSU United States

D F

BGSU United States (G) BGSU United States (G)

1976 Innsbruck, Austria

1991

BGSU United States MSU United States UM United States

BGSU MSU MSU UM

1980 Lake Placid, New York

WORLD CUP

D F D

Canada (S) Canada (S) Canada (S) Norway

1984 Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

CANADA CUP Dave Ellett Kevin Miller Jeff Norton

UM BGSU MSU MSU

1988 Calgary, Alberta

Austria Canada Canada Japan Italy United States United States

1994 Lillehammer, Norway Brian Stankiewicz G Mark Astley D David Harlock D Dwayne Norris F Greg Parks F Brian Savage F Pierrick Maia F Bruno Campese G Phil DeGaetano D Geir Hoff F Jon Hillebrandt G David Roberts F Brian Rolston F

F D D F

INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY

Ryan Kesler, F, OSU Team USA

F F

BGSU United States BGSU United States

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2010-2011 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Miami RBC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Andy Miele, Sr., F, Miami ROOKIE OF THE YEAR T.J. Tynan, F, Notre Dame COACH OF THE YEAR Jeff Jackson, Notre Dame BEST GOALTENDER Shawn Hunwick, Sr., Michigan BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Carl Hagelin, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Torey Krug, So., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Sean Lorenz, Jr., Notre Dame ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Trevor Nill, Jr., Michigan State TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Kevin Petovello, Sr., F, Alaska PERANI CUP CHAMPION Andy Miele, Sr., F, Miami

ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM First Team F Andy Miele, Sr., Miami F Carter Camper, Sr., Miami F Reilly Smith, So., Miami F Carl Hagelin, Sr., Michigan D Torey Krug, So., Michigan State D Zach Redmond, Sr., Ferris State G Pat Nagle, Sr., Ferris State Second Team F T.J. Tynan, Fr., Notre Dame F Anders Lee, Fr., Notre Dame D Jon Merrill, Fr., Michigan D Chris Wideman, Jr., Miami G Scott Greenham, Jr., Alaska

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Anders Lee, Notre Dame T.J. Tynan, Notre Dame Chase Balisy, Western Michigan Jon Merrill, Michigan Dan DeKeyser, Western Michigan Kevin Kapalka, Lake Superior

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Andy Miele, Sr., Miami G Pat Nagle, Sr., Ferris State Second Team F Carl Hagelin, Sr., Michigan F Carter Camper, Sr., Miami D Zach Redmond, Sr., Ferris State | 96 |

2010-11 FINAL STANDINGS Conference

Overall

CCHA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND No. 11 BGSU at No. 6 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 6, Bowling Green 3 Bowling Green 2, Northern Michigan 0 Bowling Green 2, Northern Michigan 1 (2OT) No. 10 Michigan State at No. 7 Alaska Alaska 3, Michigan State 2 (OT) Alaska 4, Michigan State 3 (2OT) No. 9 Ohio State at No. 8 Lake Superior Lake Superior 4, Ohio State 0 Lake Superior 3, Ohio State 2

SEMIFINALS Miami 6, Notre Dame 2 Western Michigan 5, Michigan 2 THIRD-PLACE GAME Michigan 4, Notre Dame 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Miami 5, Western Michigan 2

SECOND ROUND No. 11 BGSU at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 5, Bowling Green 1 Michigan 4, Bowling Green 1 No. 8 LSSU at No. 2 Notre Dame Notre Dame 3, Lake Superior 2 (OT) Lake Superior 4, Notre Dame 3 Notre Dame 4, Lake Superior 2 No. 7 Alaska at No. 3 Miami Miami 4, Alaska 1 Miami 4, Alaska 1 No. 5 Ferris St. at No. 4 Western Mich. Ferris State 3, Western Michigan 1 Western Michigan 3, Ferris State 1 Western Michigan 5, Ferris State 4 (OT) ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM F Andy Miele, Miami F Reilly Smith, Miami F Dane Walters, Western Michigan D Will Weber, Miami D Dan DeKeyser, Western Michigan G Cody Reichard, Miami MVP Andy Miele, Miami

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND Denver 3, Western Michigan 2 (2OT) New Hampshire 3, Miami 1 Michigan 3, Nebraska-Omaha 2 (OT) Notre Dame 4, Merrimack 3 (OT) SECOND ROUND Michigan 2, Colorado College 1 Notre Dame 2, New Hampshire 1 SEMIFINALS Minnesota Duluth 4, Notre Dame 3 Michigan 2, North Dakota 0

NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES

Michigan extended its NCAA Tournament streak to 21 consecutive years, an NCAA record. The Wolverines also advanced to their 24th Frozen Four, also a record. Two CCHA teams advanced to the Frozen Four for the first time since 2008. The CCHA has had four teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament six consecutive seasons. Western Michigan advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996.

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2009-2010 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Miami TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Cody Reichard, So., G, Miami ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Andy Taranto, F, Alaska COACH OF THE YEAR Enrico Blasi, Miami BEST GOALTENDER Cody Reichard, So., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Tommy Wingels, Jr., Miami BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Erik Gustafsson, Jr., NMU BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Will Weber, So., Miami ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Dion Knelsen, Sr., Alaska TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Aaron Lewicki, Sr., F, Ferris State PERANI CUP CHAMPION Drew Palmisano, So., G, MSU

ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM First Team F Mark Olver, Jr., Northern Michigan F Jarod Palmer, Sr., Miami F Zac Dalpe, So., Ohio State D Erik Gustafsson, Jr., NMU D Eddie DelGrosso, Sr., UNO G Cody Reichard, So., Miami Second Team F Corey Tropp, Jr., Michigan State F Andy Miele, Jr., Miami F Tommy Wingels, Jr., Miami D Jeff Petry, Jr., Michigan State D Zach Redmond, Jr., Ferris State G Drew Palmisano, So., Michigan State

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Andy Taranto, Alaska Chris Brown, Michigan Terry Broadhurst, Nebraska-Omaha Joe Hartman, Miami Torey Krug, Michigan State Mike Johnson, Notre Dame

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Mark Olver, Jr., Northern Michigan Second Team F Zac Dalpe, So., Ohio State D Jeff Petry, Jr., Michigan State D Erik Gustafsson, So., NMU G Cody Reichard, So., Miami

2009-10 FINAL STANDINGS Conference

Overall

CCHA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND No. 12 Western Michigan at No. 5 Alaska Alaska 4, Western Michigan 0 Alaska 4, Western Michigan 1 No. 11 Bowling Green at No. 6 Neb.-Omaha Nebraksa-Omaha 6, Bowling Green 1 Nebraska-Omaha 6, Bowling Green 1 No. 10 Lake Superior at No. 7 Michigan Michigan 5, Lake Superior 2 Michigan 6, Lake Superior 0 No. 9 Notre Dame at No. 8 Ohio State Ohio State 3, Notre Dame 1 Ohio State 8, Notre Dame 2

SEMIFINALS Northern Michigan 5, Ferris State 4 (OT) Michigan 5, Miami 2 THIRD-PLACE GAME Miami 2, Ferris State 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Michigan 2, Northern Michigan 1

SECOND ROUND No. 8 Ohio State at No. 1 Miami Miami 6, Ohio State 2 Ohio State 5, Miami 4 (OT) Miami 2, Ohio State 1 No. 7 Michigan at No. 2 Michigan State Michigan 5, Michigan State 1 Michigan 5, Michigan State 3 No. 6 Neb.-Omaha at No. 3 Ferris State Ferris State 3, Nebraska-Omaha 1 Ferris State 3, Nebraska-Omaha 2 (OT) No. 5 Alaska at No. 4 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 4, Alaska 3 Northern Michigan 5, Alaska 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM F Louie Caporusso, Michigan F Ray Kaunisto, Northern Michigan F Carl Hagelin, Michigan D Erik Gustafsson, Northern Michigan D Steve Kampfer, Michigan G Shawn Hunwick, Michigan MVP Shawn Hunwick, Michigan

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND Miami 2, Alabama-Huntsville 1 Michigan 5, Bemidji State, 1 Boston College 3, Alaska 1 St. Cloud State. 4, Northern Michigan 3 (2OT) SECOND ROUND Miami 3, Michigan 2 (2OT) SEMIFINALS Boston College 7, Miami1

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NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES

Michigan extended its NCAA Tournament streak to 20 consecutive years, an NCAA record. Miami advanced to the Frozen Four for the second year in a row. Alaska qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. All 11 CCHA schools have now qualified for the NCAA Tournament at least once. Northern Michigan advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1999 and for the first time under head coach Walt Kyle. | 97 |

2008-2009 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Notre Dame TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Notre Dame PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chad Johnson, Sr., G, Alaska ROOKIE OF THE YEAR David Wohlberg, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Dallas Ferguson, Alaska BEST GOALTENDER Chad Jonhson, Sr., Alaska BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Tim Miller, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Erik Gustafsson, So., NMU BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Kyle Lawson, Jr., Notre Dame ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Jeff Lerg, Sr., G, MSU Jerad Kaufmann, Sr., G, UNO TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Erik Condra, Sr., F, Notre Dame PERANI CUP CHAMPION Chad Johnson, Sr., G, Alaska

ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM First Team

F F F D D G

Carter Camper, So., Miami Aaron Palushaj, So., Michigan Louie Caporusso, So., Michigan Erik Gustafsson, So., NMU Ian Cole, So., Notre Dame Chad Johnson, Sr., Alaska

F F F D D G

Christian Hanson, Sr., Notre Dame Erik Condra, Sr., Notre Dame Patrick Galivan, Sr., WMU Eddie Del Grosso, Jr., UNO Kyle Lawson, Jr., Notre Dame Jeff Lerg, Sr., Michigan State

2008-09 FINAL STANDINGS Conference

CCHA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND No. 12 Bowling Green at No. 5 Ohio State Ohio State 5, Bowling Green 4 Ohio State 7, Bowling Green 1 No. 11 Michigan State at No. 6 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 5, Michigan State 3 Northern Michigan 8, Michigan State 2 No. 10 Lake Superior at No. 7 Western Michigan Lake Superior 6, Western Michigan 3 Western Michigan 4, Lake Superior 3 (2OT) Western Michigan 3, Lake Superior 1 No. 9 Ferris State at No. 8 Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha 3, Ferris State 0 Nebraska-Omaha 5, Ferris State 2 SEMIFINALS Notre Dame 2, Northern Michigan 1 Michigan 3, Alaska 1

Second Team

THIRD-PLACE GAME Northern Michigan 2, Alaska 0 CHAMPIONSHIP Notre Dame 5, Michigan 2

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

David Wohlberg, Michigan Billy Maday, Notre Dame Zac Dalpe, Ohio State Chris Wideman, Miami Brandon Burlon, Michigan Connor Knapp, Miami

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Aaron Palushaj, So., Michigan F Louie Caporusso, So., Michigan D Ian Cole, So., Notre Dame Second Team F Carter Camper, So., Miami F Erik Condra, Sr., Notre Dame D Erik Gustafsson, So., NMU G Chad Johnson, Sr., Alaska | 98 |

Overall

SECOND ROUND No. 8 Nebraska-Omaha at No. 1 Notre Dame Notre Dame 5, Nebraska-Omaha 0 Notre Dame 1, Nebraska-Omaha 0 No. 7 Western Michigan at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 5, Western Michigan 2 Michigan 6, Western Michigan 1 No. 6 Northern Michigan at No. 3 Miami Miami 3, Northern Michigan 2 Northern Michigan 3, Miami 2 (OT) Northern Michigan 3, Miami 1 No. 5 Ohio State at No. 4 Alaska Alaska 4, Ohio State 0 Ohio State 4, Alaska 2 Alaska 1, Ohio State 0 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM F F F D D G

Louie Caporusso, Michigan Ben Ryan, Notre Dame Calle Ridderwall, Notre Dame Steve Kampfer, Michigan Ian Cole, Notre Dame Jordan Pearce, Notre Dame MVP Jordan Pearce, Notre Dame

NCAA TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND Air Force 2, Michigan 0 Miami 4, Denver 2 Boston University 8, Ohio State 3 Bemidji State 5, Notre Dame 1 SECOND ROUND Miami 2, Minnesota Duluth 1 SEMIFINALS Miami 4, Bemidji State 1 FINAL Boston University 4, Miami 3 (OT)

NCAA TOURNAMENT NOTES

For the second consecutive year, two CCHA teams were awarded No.1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament. Michigan and Notre Dame received No. 1 seeds in 2009, while Michigan and Miami were No. 1 seeds in 2008. Michigan became the first CCHA school to earn No. 1 seeds in consecutive years since the Wolverines did so in 1994 and 1995. For the third consecutive year a CCHA team advanced to the National Championship game, with Miami falling to Boston University, 4-3, in overtime. It marked the first time in league history that three different schools had reached the National Championship game in consecutive seasons. The last time the CCHA had a representative in the National Championship game was when Lake Superior reached the title game from 1992-1994.

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2007-2008 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kevin Porter, Sr., F, Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Max Pacioretty, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Red Berenson, Michigan BEST GOALTENDER Jordan Pearce, Jr., Notre Dame BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Justin Abdelkader, Jr., Michigan State BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Tyler Eckford, Jr., Alaska BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Alec Martinez, Jr., Miami ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Justin Abdelkader, Jr., Michigan State TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Dan VeNard, Sr., D, Notre Dame PERANI CUP CHAMPION Kevin Porter, Sr., F, Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM First Team F Ryan Jones, Sr., Miami F Kevin Porter, Sr., Michigan F Chad Kolarik, Sr., Michigan D Tyler Eckford, Jr., Alaska D Alec Martinez, Jr., Miami G Jeff Lerg, Jr., Michigan State Second Team F Derek Whitmore, Sr., Bowling Green F Tim Kennedy, Jr., Michigan State F Bryan Marshall, Sr., Nebraska-Omaha D Mitch Ganzak, Sr., Miami D Mark Mitera, Jr., Michigan G Jeff Zatkoff, Jr., Miami

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F F D D G

Jacob Cepis, Bowling Green Carter Camper, Miami Max Pacioretty, Michigan Mark Olver, Northern Michigan Jeff Petry, Michigan State Erik Gustafsson, Northern Michigan Nick Eno, Bowling Green

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Ryan Jones, Sr., Miami F Kevin Porter, Sr., Michigan D Tyler Eckford, Jr., Alaska Second Team F Chad Kolarik, Sr., Michigan D Alec Martinez, Jr., Miami G Jeff Lerg, Jr., Michigan State

2007-08 FINAL STANDINGS

Conference GP W L T Pts. GF GA W

1. Michigan 28 20 4 4 44 107 62 2. Miami 28 21 6 1 43 114 56 3. Michigan State 28 19 6 3 41 92 58 4. Notre Dame 28 15 9 4 34 74 57 5. Ferris State 28 12 12 4 28 77 72 6. Northern Michigan 28 12 13 3 27 76 78 7. Bowling Green 28 13 15 0 26 73 84 8. Nebraska-Omaha 28 11 13 4 26 87 99 9. Alaska 28 8 16 4 20 61 80 10. Lake Superior 28 7 15 6 20 65 101 11. Ohio State 28 7 18 3 17 61 93 12. Western Michigan 28 4 22 2 10 53 100

Overall L T GF GA

33 6 4 170 89 33 8 1 169 78 25 12 5 135 98 27 16 4 136 100 18 16 5 109 98 20 20 4 116 120 18 21 0 105 120 17 19 4 125 142 9 21 5 80 104 10 20 7 91 125 12 25 4 98 136 8 27 3 82 126

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 12 Western Michigan at No. 5 Ferris State Ferris State 4, Western Michigan 3 (OT) Ferris State 6, Western Michigan 3 No. 11 Ohio State at No. 6 Northern Michigan Ohio State 4, Northern Michigan 3 Northern Michigan 4, Ohio State 2 Northern Michigan 6, Ohio State 1 No. 10 Lake Superior at No. 7 Bowling Green Bowling Green 4, Lake Superior 3 Lake Superior 6, Bowling Green 1 Bowling Green 4, Lake Superior 3 (OT) No. 9 Alaska at No. 8 Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha 4, Alaska 3 Alaska 5, Nebrasksa-Omaha 3 Nebraska-Omaha 2, Alaska 1 (3OT)

Second Round No. 8 Nebraska-Omaha at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 10, Nebraska-Omaha 1 Michigan 2, Nebraska-Omaha 1 No. 7 Bowling Green at No. 2 Miami Miami 4, Bowling Green 1 Miami 4, Bowling Green 2 No. 6 Northern Michigan at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 5, Northern Michigan 1 Northern Michigan 2, Michigan State 1 Northern Michigan 3, Michigan State 2 (OT) No. 5 Ferris State at No. 4 Notre Dame Ferris State 2, Notre Dame 1 Notre Dame 6, Ferris State 3 Notre Dame 2, Ferris State 1

Semifinals Michigan 6, Northern Michigan 4 Miami 2, Notre Dame 1 (OT) Third-Place Game Northern Michigan 2, Notre Dame 1 Championship Michigan 2, Miami 1

All-Tournament Team F Matt Siddall, Northern Michigan F Ryan Jones, Miami F Tim Miller, Michigan D Alec Martinez, Miami D Mark Mitera, Michigan G Jeff Zatkoff, Miami MVP Tim Miller, Michigan

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Notre Dame 7, New Hampshire 3 Michigan 5, Niagara 1 Michigan State 3, Colorado College 1 Miami 3, Air Force 2 (OT) Second Round Michigan 2, Clarkson 0 Notre Dame 3, Michigan State 1 Boston College 4, Miami 3 (OT) Semifinals Notre Dame 5, Michigan 4 (OT) Championship Boston College 4, Notre Dame 1

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NCAA Tournament Notes

• Notre Dame made its first Frozen Four appearance when it faced Michigan in the semifinals before advancing to the championship game for the first time in program history, falling to Boston College. Michigan made its NCAA-record 18th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, while it was the RedHawks’ sixth trip and the Spartans’ 26th overall appearance. • Eight CCHA officials were selected to work the NCAA Tournament with three officials working a semifinal game at the Frozen Four.

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2006-2007 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Notre Dame TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Notre Dame PLAYER OF THE YEAR David Brown, Sr., G, Notre Dame ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mark Letestu, F, Western Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Jeff Jackson, Notre Dame BEST GOALTENDER David Brown, Sr., Notre Dame BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Nathan Davis, Jr., Miami BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Jack Johnson, So., Michigan BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Matt Hunwick, Sr., Michigan ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Tim Cook, Sr., Michigan TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Tom Fritsche, Jr., F, Ohio State PERANI CUP CHAMPION Jeff Lerg, So., G, Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F T.J. Hensick, Sr., Michigan F Scott Parse, Sr., Nebraska-Omaha F Mike Santorelli, Jr., Northern Michigan D Matt Hunwick, Sr., Michigan D Jack Johnson, So., Michigan G David Brown, Sr., Notre Dame Second Team F Nathan Davis, Jr., Miami F Ryan Jones, Jr., Miami F Kevin Porter, Jr., Michigan D Sean Collins, Sr., Ohio State D Derek A. Smith, Jr., Lake Superior G Jeff Jakaitis, Sr., Lake Superior

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Kevin Deeth, Notre Dame Mark Letestu, Western Michigan Ryan Thang, Notre Dame Kyle Lawson, Notre Dame Eddie Del Grosso, Nebraska-Omaha Riley Gill, Western Michigan

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F T.J. Hensick, Sr., Michigan D Jack Johnson, So., Michigan G David Brown, Sr., Notre Dame Second Team F Nathan Davis, Jr., Miami F Scott Parse, Sr., Nebraska-Omaha F Mike Santorelli, Jr., Northern Michigan D Matt Hunwick, Sr., Michigan | 100 |

2006-07 FINAL STANDINGS

Conference GP W L T Pts. GF GA W

1. Notre Dame 28 21 4 3 45 90 51 2. Michigan 28 18 9 1 37 119 85 3. Miami 28 16 8 4 36 93 70 4. Michigan State 28 15 10 3 33 81 65 5. Nebraska-Omaha 28 13 11 4 30 100 85 6. Western Michigan 28 14 13 1 29 85 93 7. Ohio State 28 12 12 4 28 89 86 8. Lake Superior 28 11 14 3 25 65 74 9. Ferris State 28 10 16 2 22 70 92 10. Northern Michigan 28 10 17 1 21 66 80 11. Alaska 28 7 16 5 19 70 90 12. Bowling Green 28 5 22 1 11 51 108

Overall L T GF GA

32 7 3 143 70 26 14 1 174 129 24 14 4 135 107 26 13 3 137 102 18 16 8 153 128 18 18 1 120 126 15 17 5 120 120 21 19 3 111 110 14 22 3 107 126 15 24 2 96 123 11 22 6 100 128 7 29 2 75 147

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 12 Bowling Green at No. 5 Neb.-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha 3, Bowling Green 2 (OT) Nebraska-Omaha 7, Bowling Green 5 No. 11 Alaska at No. 6 Western Michigan Alaska 3, Western Michigan 2 (OT) Western Michigan 6, Alaska 2 Alaska 3, Western Michigan 1 No. 10 Northern Michigan at No. 7 Ohio State Ohio State 6, Northern Michigan 2 Northern Michigan 3, Ohio State 2 (OT) Northern Michigan 3, Ohio State 2 No. 9 Ferris State at No. 8 Lake Superior Ferris State 4, Lake Superior 3 (OT) Lake Superior 4, Ferris State 3 Lake Superior 3, Ferris State 2

Second Round No. 11 Alaska at No. 1 Notre Dame Notre Dame 7, Alaska 1 Notre Dame 3, Alaska 1 No. 10 Northern Michigan at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 4, Northern Michigan 1 Michigan 8, Northern Michigan 3 No. 8 Lake Superior at No. 3 Miami Lake Superior 2, Miami 1 Lake Superior 2, Miami 1 No. 5 Neb.-Omaha at No. 4 Michigan State Michigan State 4, Nebraska-Omaha 2 Michigan State 4, Nebraska-Omaha 1

Semifinals Notre Dame 3, Lake Superior 0 Michigan 5, Michigan State 2 Third-Place Game Michigan State 7, Lake Superior 6 (OT) Championship Game Notre Dame 2, Michigan 1

All-Tournament Team F Kevin Porter, Michigan F T.J. Hensick, Michigan F Erik Condra, Notre Dame D Jack Johnson, Michigan D Wes O’Neill, Notre Dame G David Brown, Notre Dame MVP David Brown, Notre Dame

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Notre Dame 3, Alabama-Huntsville 2 (2OT) Michigan State 5, Boston University 1 Miami 2, New Hampshire 1 North Dakota 8, Michigan 5 NCAA Tournament Notes

• Notre Dame made its second NCAA Tournament appearance when it faced Alabama-Huntsville. Michigan made its NCAA-record 17th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, while it was the RedHawks’ fifth trip and the Spartans’ 25th overall appearance. • Ten CCHA officials were selected to work the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year.

Second Round Michigan State 2, Notre Dame 1 Boston College 4, Miami 0 Semifinals Michigan State 4, Maine 2 Championship Michigan State 3, Boston College 1

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2005-2006 SEASON 2005-06 FINAL STANDINGS

Conference GP W L T Pts. GF GA W

1. Miami 28 20 6 2 42 96 57 2. Michigan State 28 14 7 7 35 82 66 3. Michigan 28 13 10 5 31 102 82 4. Northern Michigan 28 14 12 2 30 83 79 Nebraska-Omaha 28 12 10 6 30 99 90 6. Ferris State 28 10 11 7 27 77 81 Lake Superior 28 11 12 5 27 75 70 8. Alaska Fairbanks 28 11 13 4 26 64 79 Notre Dame 28 11 13 4 26 75 76 10. Ohio State 28 11 14 3 25 72 71 11. Western Michigan 28 7 16 5 19 69 115 12. Bowling Green 28 8 18 2 18 83 111

SEASON SUMMARY Overall L T GF GA

26 9 4 122 79 25 12 8 138 103 21 15 5 147 125 22 16 2 118 104 20 15 6 146 136 17 15 8 121 114 15 14 7 93 84 18 16 5 92 105 13 19 4 89 98 15 19 5 97 92 10 24 6 97 160 13 23 2 124 147

CCHA TOURNAMENT

First Round No. 12 Bowling Green at No. 5 Neb.-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha 4, Bowling Green 2 Nebraska-Omaha 4, Bowling Green 2 No. 11 W. Michigan at No. 6 Lake Superior Western Michigan 3, Lake Superior 2 (OT) Western Michigan 1, Lake Superior 0 No. 10 Ohio State at No. 7 Ferris State Ferris State 3, Ohio State 0 Ferris State 2, Ohio State 1 No. 9 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 8 Notre Dame Alaska Fairbanks 3, Notre Dame 1 Alaska Fairbanks 1, Notre Dame 0 Second Round No. 11 Western Michigan at No. 1 Miami Miami 4, Western Michigan 1 Miami 5, Western Michigan 4 (OT) No. 9 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 2 Michigan State Alaska Fairbanks 2, Michigan State 1 Michigan State 6, Alaska Fairbanks 1 Michigan State 7, Alaska Fairbanks 4 No. 7 Ferris State at No. 3 Michigan Michigan 6, Ferris State 4 Michigan 3, Ferris State 2 No. 5 Neb.-Omaha at No. 4 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 4, Nebraska-Omaha 1 Northern Michigan 3, Nebraska-Omaha 2

Semifinals Miami, 5, Northern Michigan 2 Michigan State 4, Michigan 1 Third-Place Game Michigan 3, Northern Michigan 2 Championship Michigan State 2, Miami 1 All-Tournament Team F Drew Miller, Michigan State F Tim Crowder, Michigan State F Ryan Jones, Miami D Andy Greene, Miami D Matt Hunwick, Michigan G Jeff Lerg, Michigan State MVP Jeff Lerg, Michigan State

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Boston University 9, Nebraska-Omaha 2 Michigan State 1, New Hampshire 0 Boston College 5, Miami 0 North Dakota 5, Michigan 1 NCAA Tournament Notes

Second Round Maine 5, Michigan State 4

• The Mavericks made their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament when they faced Boston University. Michigan made its NCAA-record 16th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, while it was the RedHawks’ fourth trip and the Spartans’ 24th overall appearance. • Ten CCHA officials were selected to work the NCAA Tournament. An All-CCHA crew - Matt Shegos, Keith Sergott and Kevin Langseth - officiated the NCAA Championship game.

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REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Miami TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Scott Parse, Jr., F, Nebraska-Omaha ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jeff Lerg, G, Michigan State COACH OF THE YEAR Enrico Blasi, Miami BEST GOALTENDER Charlie Effinger, So., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Drew Miller, Jr., Michigan State BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Andy Greene, Sr., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Andy Greene, Sr., Miami ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Drew Miller, Jr., Michigan State TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Steve McJannet, Sr., F, Lake Superior PERANI CUP CHAMPION Jeff Jakaitis, Jr., G, Lake Superior

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Bill Thomas, So., Nebraska-Omaha F Nathan Davis, So., Miami F Scott Parse, Jr., Nebraska-Omaha D Andy Greene, Sr., Miami D Nathan Oystrick, Sr., Northern Michigan G Jeff Jakaitis, Jr., Lake Superior Second Team F Alex Foster, So., Bowling Green F Ryan Jones, So., Miami F T.J. Hensick, Jr., Michigan D Mitch Ganzak, So., Miami D Matt Hunwick, Jr., Michigan G Charlie Effinger, So., Miami

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Andrew Cogliano, Michigan Erik Condra, Notre Dame Dan Riedel, Ferris State Tyler Eckford, Alaska Fairbanks Jack Johnson, Michigan Jeff Lerg, Michigan State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team D Andy Greene, Sr., Miami F Scott Parse, Jr., Nebraska-Omaha Second Team D Nathan Oystrick, Sr., Northern Michigan

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2004-2005 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tuomas Tarkki, Sr., G, Northern Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Bill Thomas, F, Nebraska-Omaha COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Kemp, Nebraska-Omaha BEST GOALTENDER Tuomas Tarkki, Sr., Northern Michigan BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Eric Nystrom, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Andy Greene, Jr., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Nathan Oystrick, Jr., Northern Michigan ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Bo Cheesman, Sr., F, Lake Superior TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Jordan Sigalet, Sr., G, Bowling Green PERANI CUP CHAMPION Jordan Sigalet, Sr., G, Bowling Green

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Jeff Tambellini, Jr., Michigan F T.J. Hensick, So., Michigan F Scott Parse, So., Nebraska-Omaha D Andy Greene, Jr., Miami D Nathan Oystrick, Jr., Northern Michigan G Tuomas Tarkki, Sr., Northern Michigan Second Team F Rod Pelley, Jr., Ohio State F Bill Thomas, Fr., Nebraska-Omaha F Brent Walton, Jr., Western Michigan D Nate Guenin, Jr., Ohio State D Matt Hunwick, So., Michigan G Jordan Sigalet, Sr., Bowling Green

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Tom Fritsche, Ohio State Bill Thomas, Nebraska-Omaha Mike Santorelli, Northern Michigan Joe Grimaldi, Nebraska-Omaha Michael Hodgson, Bowling Green Wylie Rogers, Alaska Fairbanks

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F T.J. Hensick, So., Michigan Second Team F Jeff Tambellini, Jr., Michigan D Andy Greene, Jr., Miami G Tuomas Tarkki, Sr., Northern Michigan | 102 |

2004-05 FINAL STANDINGS

GP W

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

1. Michigan 28 23 3 2 48 128 70 2. Ohio State 28 21 5 2 44 100 62 3. Northern Michigan 28 17 7 4 38 82 57 4. Nebraska-Omaha 28 13 11 4 30 101 84 5. Bowling Green 28 13 12 3 29 92 87 6. Michigan State 28 12 13 3 27 87 74 7. Miami 28 11 13 4 26 80 76 8. Alaska Fairbanks 28 11 14 3 25 74 99 9. Lake Superior 28 8 14 6 22 64 84 10. Western Michigan 28 8 18 2 18 78 112 Ferris State 28 7 17 4 18 73 97 12. Notre Dame 28 3 20 5 11 48 105

W

OVERALL L T GF GA

31 7 3 175 99 27 11 4 142 96 22 11 7 120 91 19 16 4 133 124 16 16 4 117 116 20 17 4 121 100 15 18 5 120 104 17 16 4 110 122 9 22 7 84 118 14 21 2 105 134 13 22 4 114 131 5 27 6 60 138

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 12 Notre Dame at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 10, Notre Dame 1 Michigan 1, Notre Dame 0 (OT) No. 11 Ferris State at No. 2 Ohio State Ohio State 4, Ferris State 2 Ferris State 1, Ohio State 0 (OT) Ohio State 5, Ferris State 4 (OT) No. 10 W. Michigan at No. 3 Northern Michigan Western Michigan 2, Northern Michigan 1 Northern Michigan 4, Western Michigan 2 Northern Michigan 4, Western Michigan 1 No. 9 Lake Superior at No. 4 Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha 4, Lake Superior 3 Nebraska-Omaha 4, Lake Superior 3 (OT) No. 8 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 5 Bowling Green Alaska Fairbanks 6, Bowling Green 3 Alaska Fairbanks 6, Bowling Green 3 No. 7 Miami at No. 6 Michigan State Michigan State 2, Miami 1 Michigan State 5, Miami 4 (OT)

Super Six Alaska Fairbanks 6, Northern Michigan 3 Michigan State 5, Nebraska-Omaha 0 Ohio State 4, Michigan State 1 Michigan 3, Alaska Fairbanks 1 Third-Place Game Alaska Fairbanks 3, Michigan State 2 Championship Michigan 4, Ohio State 2 All-Tournament Team F Jeff Tambellini, Michigan F Tom Fritsche, Ohio State F Ryan McLeod, Alaska Fairbanks D Brandon Rogers, Michigan D Sean Collins, Ohio State G Wylie Rogers, Alaska Fairbanks MVP Jeff Tambellini, Michigan

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Michigan 4, Wisconsin 1 Cornell 3, Ohio State 2

Second Round Colorado College 4, Michigan 3

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 43 T.J. Hensick, So., F, Michigan Goals 21 T.J. Hensick, So., F, Michigan Assists 24 Brent Walton, Jr., F, Western Michigan Penalty Minutes 107 Matt York, Sr., D, Ferris State Power-Play Goals 12 Rod Pelley, Jr., F, Ohio State

Short-Handed Goals 3 2 tied with 3 Game-Winning Goals 4 6 tied with 4 Goals-Against Average 1.81 Tuomas Tarkki, Sr., Northern Michigan TEAMS Power Play .251 Michigan (46 of 183) Penalty Kill .887 Ohio State (188 of 212)

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2003-2004 SEASON

SEASON SUMMARY

2003-04 FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA 1. Michigan 28 18 8 2 38 101 66 2. Miami 28 17 8 3 37 99 74 3. Michigan State 28 17 9 2 36 91 62 4. Ohio State 28 16 12 0 32 89 70 5. Notre Dame 28 14 11 3 31 84 71 6. Alaska Fairbanks 28 14 13 1 29 92 92 7. Northern Michigan 28 13 13 2 28 66 79 8. Western Michigan 28 12 13 3 27 87 101 9. Bowling Green 28 9 13 6 24 69 83 10. Ferris State 28 10 17 1 21 71 97 11. Lake Superior 28 7 16 5 19 60 83 12. Nebraska-Omaha 28 5 19 4 14 60 91

OVERALL W L T GF GA 27 14 2 151 104 23 14 4 137 106 23 17 2 136 105 23 17 2 134 106 20 15 4 108 99 16 19 1 117 127 21 16 4 105 113 17 18 4 123 136 11 18 9 92 112 15 20 3 108 126 9 20 7 72 102 8 26 5 91 135

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 2, Nebraska-Omaha 0 Nebraska-Omaha 3, Michigan 1 Michigan 5, Nebraska-Omaha 2 No. 11 Lake Superior at No. 2 Miami Miami 4, Lake Superior 0 Miami 2, Lake Superior 1 (OT) No. 10 Ferris State at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 6, Ferris State 4 Michigan State 5, Ferris State 3 No. 9 Bowling Green at No. 4 Ohio State Ohio State 3, Bowling Green 2 Ohio State 5, Bowling Green 2 No. 8 Western Michigan at No. 5 Notre Dame Notre Dame 4, Western Michigan 2 Western Michigan 3, Notre Dame 0 Notre Dame 5, Western Michigan 4 (OT) No. 7 Northern Michigan at No. 6 Alaska Fairbanks Northern Michigan 3, Alaska Fairbanks 1 Northern Michigan 3, Alaska Fairbanks 2

Quarterfinals No. 7 Northern Michigan 2, No. 3 Michigan State 1 No. 4 Ohio State 6, No. 5 Notre Dame 5 (OT) Semifinals No. 1 Michigan 5, No. 7 Northern Michigan 1 No. 4 Ohio State 4, No. 2 Miami 3 (OT) Third-Place Game No. 2 Miami 4, No. 7 Northern Michigan 0 Championship No. 4 Ohio State 4, No. 1 Michigan 2 All-Tournament Team F Paul Caponigri, Sr., Ohio State F Rod Pelley, So., Ohio State F Brandon Kaleniecki, So., Michigan D Doug Andress, Sr., Ohio State D Andy Greene, So., Miami G Dave Caruso, So., Ohio State MVP Paul Caponigri, Sr., Ohio State

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Second Round Wisconsin 1, Ohio State 0 (OT) Minnesota-Duluth 5, Michigan State 0 Boston College 3, Michigan 2 (OT) Denver 3, Miami 2 Michigan 4, New Hampshire 1 Minnesota 5, Notre Dame 2

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 35 Derek Edwardson, Sr., F, Miami Goals 16 Derek Edwardson, Sr., F, Miami Assists 24 T.J. Hensick, Fr., F, Michigan Penalty Minutes 106 Aaron Voros, Jr., F, Alaska Fairbanks Power-Play Goals 6 2 tied with 6

Short-Handed Goals 3 2 tied with 3 Game-Winning Goals 5 Ash Goldie, Jr., F, Michigan State Goals-Against Average 1.88 Dominic Vicari, Fr., Michigan State TEAMS Power Play .223 Miami (35 of 157) Penalty Kill .899 Notre Dame (107 of 119)

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REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Ohio State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Derek Edwardson, Sr., F, Miami ROOKIE OF THE YEAR T.J. Hensick, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Enrico Blasi, Miami GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Dominic Vicari, Fr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Dwight Helminen, Jr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN A.J. Thelen, Fr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Doug Andress, Sr., Ohio State ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Neil Komadoski, Sr., D, Notre Dame TERRY FLANAGAN AWARD Aaron Voros, Jr., F, Alaska Fairbanks PERANI CUP CHAMPION Craig Kowalski, Sr., G, Northern Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Derek Edwardson, Sr., Miami F T.J. Hensick, Fr., Michigan F Jim Slater, Jr., Michigan State D Andy Greene, So., Miami D A.J. Thelen, Fr., Michigan State G Mike Brown, So., Ferris State Second Team F Aaron Gill, Sr., Notre Dame F Rob Globke, Sr., Notre Dame F Greg Hogeboom, Sr., Miami D Brett Lebda, Sr., Notre Dame D Nathan Oystrick, So., Northern Michigan D Brandon Rogers, Jr., Michigan G Al Montoya, So., Michigan

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Matt Christie, Miami Marty Guerin, Miami T.J. Hensick, Michigan Matt Hunwick, Michigan A.J. Thelen, Michigan State Dominic Vicari, Michigan State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS Second Team F Derek Edwardson, Sr., Miami F Jim Slater, Jr., Michigan State D A.J. Thelen, Fr., Michigan State G Al Montoya, So., Michigan | 103 |

2002-2003 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Ferris State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chris Kunitz, Sr., F, Ferris State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jeff Tambellini, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Bob Daniels, Ferris State GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Mike Betz, Jr., Ohio State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Jed Ortmeyer, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN John-Michael Liles, Sr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Brad Fast, Sr., Michigan State ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Mike Betz, Jr., G, Ohio State PERANI CUP CHAMPION Mike Brown, So., G, Ferris State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Chris Kunitz, Sr., Ferris State F R.J. Umberger, Jr., Ohio State F Jim Slater, So., Michigan State D Brad Fast, Sr., Michigan State D John-Michael Liles, Sr., Michigan State G Mike Brown, So., Ferris State Second Team F Jeff Legue, So., Ferris State F Mike Kompon, Jr., Miami F Jeff Tambellini, Fr., Michigan D Troy Milam, Sr., Ferris State D Simon Mangos, Jr., Ferris State G Mike Betz, Jr., Ohio State F Vince Bellissimo, Western Michigan

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

F F F F D D G

Vince Bellissimo, Western Michigan David Booth, Michigan State Dirk Southern, Northern Michigan Jeff Tambellini, Michigan Andy Greene, Miami Danny Richmond, Michigan Al Montoya, Michigan

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Chris Kunitz, Sr., Ferris State D John-Michael Liles, Sr., Michigan State G Mike Brown, So., Ferris State Second Team F R.J. Umberger, Jr., Ohio State D Brad Fast, Sr., Michigan State | 104 |

2002-03 FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA 1. Ferris State 28 22 5 1 45 121 64 2. Michigan 28 18 7 3 39 111 72 3. Ohio State 28 16 8 4 36 90 63 4. Michigan State 28 17 10 1 35 113 83 5. Northern Michigan 28 14 13 1 29 91 83 Miami 28 13 12 3 29 86 66 Notre Dame 28 13 12 3 29 90 90 8. Western Michigan 28 13 14 1 27 92 101 Alaska Fairbanks 28 10 11 7 27 78 104 10. Nebraska-Omaha 28 9 17 2 20 64 97 11. Bowling Green 28 5 20 3 13 71 116 12. Lake Superior 28 3 24 1 7 40 108

OVERALL W L T GF GA 31 10 1 188 100 30 10 3 167 103 25 13 5 129 95 23 14 2 154 118 22 17 2 144 120 21 17 3 132 101 17 17 6 122 123 15 21 2 122 147 15 14 7 111 130 13 22 5 98 135 8 25 3 94 143 6 28 4 60 146

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 12 Lake Superior at No. 1 Ferris State Ferris State 6, Lake Superior 1 Ferris State 6, Lake Superior 1 No. 11 Bowling Green at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 3, Bowling Green 1 Michigan 4, Bowling Green 3 No. 10 Nebraska-Omaha at No. 3 Ohio State Ohio State 4, Nebraska-Omaha 1 Ohio State 3, Nebraska-Omaha 1 No. 9 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 4 Michigan St. Michigan State 11, Alaska Fairbanks 1 Michigan State 3, Alaska Fairbanks 1 No. 8 W. Michigan at No. 5 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 8, Western Michigan 3 Northern Michigan 6, Western Michigan 4 No. 7 Notre Dame at No. 6 Miami Miami 4, Notre Dame 2 Notre Dame 1, Miami 0 Notre Dame 5, Miami 0

Quarterfinals No. 3 Ohio State 3, No. 7 Notre Dame 2 No. 5 Northern Michigan 7, No. 4 Michigan State 5 Semifinals No. 1 Ferris State 4, No. 5 Northern Michigan 2 No. 2 Michigan 3, No. 3 Ohio State 0 Third-Place Game No. 5 Northern Michigan 4, No. 3 Ohio State 1 Championship No. 2 Michigan 5, No. 1 Ferris State 3 All-Tournament Team F Chris Kunitz, Sr., Ferris State F Jed Ortmeyer, Sr., Michigan F Dwight Helminen, So., Michigan D Brandon Rogers, So., Michigan D Simon Mangos, Jr., Ferris State G Al Montoya, Fr., Michigan MVP Jed Ortmeyer, Sr., Michigan

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Ferris State 5, North Dakota 2 Boston College 1, Ohio State 0 Michigan 2, Maine 1

Second Round Minnesota 7, Ferris State 4 Michigan 5, Colorado College 3

Frozen Four Minnesota 3, Michigan 2 (OT)

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 51 Chris Kunitz, Sr., F, Ferris State Goals 24 Chris Kunitz, Sr., F, Ferris State Assists 27 Chris Kunitz, Sr., F, Ferris State Penalty Minutes 119 Matt York, So., F, Ferris State Power-Play Goals 12 Greg Hogeboom, Jr., F, Miami

Short-Handed Goals 2 10 tied with 2 Game-Winning Goals 8 Derek Nesbitt, So., F, Ferris State Goals-Against Average 2.16 Mike Betz, Jr., Ohio State TEAMS Power Play .297 Michigan State (38 of 128) Penalty Kill .882 Ohio State (127 of 144)

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2001-2002 SEASON 2001-02 FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA 1. Michigan 28 19 5 4 42 97 56 2. Michigan State 28 18 6 4 40 87 47 3. Northern Michigan 28 16 10 2 34 86 69 4. Alaska Fairbanks 28 15 10 3 33 91 85 5. Nebraska-Omaha 28 13 11 4 30 72 64 6. Western Michigan 28 13 12 3 29 92 92 7. Ohio State 28 12 12 4 28 71 81 Notre Dame 28 12 12 4 28 95 86 9. Ferris State 28 12 15 1 25 86 83 10. Miami 28 9 17 2 20 68 88 11. Bowling Green 28 7 18 3 17 78 104 12. Lake Superior 28 4 22 2 10 38 106

OVERALL W L T GF GA 28 11 5 154 102 27 9 5 129 73 26 12 2 135 98 22 12 3 132 108 21 16 4 112 102 19 15 4 123 118 20 16 4 109 112 16 17 5 117 113 15 20 1 117 109 12 22 2 89 121 9 25 6 103 145 8 27 2 61 132

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 12 Lake Superior at No. 1 Michigan Lake Superior 4, Michigan 3 Michigan 4, Lake Superior 1 Michigan 4, Lake Superior 1 No. 11 Bowling Green at No. 2 Michigan State Michigan State 4, Bowling Green 3 (OT) Michigan State 4, Bowling Green 2 No. 10 Miami at No. 3 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 4, Miami 0 Northern Michigan 5, Miami 3 No. 9 Ferris State at No. 4 Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Fairbanks 6, Ferris State 3 Alaska Fairbanks 2, Ferris State 1 No. 8 Notre Dame at No. 5 Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha 3, Notre Dame 2 (2OT) Notre Dame 2, Nebraska-Omaha 1 (OT) Notre Dame 2, Nebraska-Omaha 1 No. 7 Ohio State at No. 6 Western Michigan Ohio State 3, Western Michigan 2 (OT) Ohio State 3, Western Michigan 1

Quarterfinals No. 3 Northern Michigan 3, No. 8 Notre Dame 1 No. 7 Ohio State 6, No. 4 Alaska Fairbanks 5 (OT) Semifinals No. 2 Michigan State 2, No. 3 Northern Michigan 1 No. 1 Michigan 2, No. 7 Ohio State 1 (OT) Championship No. 1 Michigan 3, No. 2 Michigan State 2 All-Tournament Team F Mike Cammalleri, Jr., Michigan F Chris Gobert, Jr., Northern Michigan F Jed Ortmeyer, Jr., Michigan D Brad Fast, Jr., Michigan State D Mike Komisarek, So., Michigan G Josh Blackburn, Sr., Michigan MVP Mike Cammalleri, Jr., Michigan

Second Round Michigan 5, Denver 3

Frozen Four Minnesota 3, Michigan 2

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 40 Rob Collins, Sr., F, Ferris State Goals 25 Chris Kunitz, Jr., F, Ferris State Assists 28 Rob Collins, Sr., F, Ferris State Penalty Minutes 93 Aaron Voros, Fr., F, Alaska Fairbanks Power-Play Goals 8 Chris Kunitz, Jr., F, Ferris State

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ryan Miller, Jr., G, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Pat Dwyer, F, Western Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Guy Gadowsky, Alaska Fairbanks GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Ryan Miller, Jr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Bobby Andrews, Sr., Alaska Fairbanks BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN John-Michael Liles, Jr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Mike Komisarek, So., Michigan ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Kevin O’Malley, Sr., G, Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Rob Collins, Sr., Ferris State F Jeff Hoggan, Sr., Nebraska-Omaha F Chris Kunitz, Jr., Ferris State D Mike Komisarek, So., Michigan D John-Michael Liles, Jr., Michigan State G Ryan Miller, Jr., Michigan State Second Team F Bobby Andrews, Sr., Alaska Fairbanks F Mike Cammalleri, Jr., Michigan F John Shouneyia, Jr., Michigan D Andrew Hutchinson, Sr., Michigan State D Greg Zanon, Jr., Nebraska-Omaha G Dan Ellis, So., Nebraska-Omaha

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Colorado College 2, Michigan State 0 Michigan 4, St. Cloud State 2

SEASON SUMMARY

Short-Handed Goals 4 Rob Collins, Sr., F, Ferris State Jeff Hoggan, Sr., F, Nebraska-Omaha Game-Winning Goals 6 Chris Kunitz, Jr., F, Ferris State Goals-Against Average 1.64 Ryan Miller, Jr., Michigan State TEAMS Power Play .225 Michigan State (45 of 200) Penalty Kill .906 Michigan State (125 of 138)

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Pat Dwyer, Western Michigan Eric Nystrom, Michigan Jim Slater, Michigan State Aaron Voros, Alaska Fairbanks Eric Werner, Michigan Matt York, Ferris State Mike Brown, Ferris State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Mike Cammalleri, Jr., Michigan F Mike Komisarek, So., Michigan G Ryan Miller, Jr., Michigan State Second Team F Rob Collins, Sr., Ferris State F Jeff Hoggan, Sr., Nebraska-Omaha D Andrew Hutchinson, Sr., Michigan State D John-Michael Liles, Jr., Michigan State D Greg Zanon, Jr., Nebraska-Omaha | 105 |

2000-2001 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ryan Miller, So., G, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR R.J. Umberger, F, Ohio State COACH OF THE YEAR Enrico Blasi, Miami GOALTENDER OF THE YEAR Ryan Miller, So., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD John Nail, Sr., Michigan State BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Greg Zanon, So., Nebraska-Omaha BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Andrew Hutchinson, Jr., Michigan State ILITCH HUMANITARIAN AWARD Jason Cupp, Sr., F, Nebraska-Omaha

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F David Brisson, So., Nebraska-Omaha F Mike Cammalleri, So., Michigan F Andy Hilbert, So., Michigan D Jeff Jillson, Jr., Michigan D Greg Zanon, So., Nebraska-Omaha G Ryan Miller, So., Michigan State Second Team F Mike Bishai, Jr., Western Michigan F Jason Deskins, Jr., Miami F David Gove, Sr., Western Michigan D Andrew Hutchinson, Jr., Michigan State D John-Michael Liles, So., Michigan State G Josh Blackburn, Jr., Michigan

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Jeff Campbell, Western Michigan Dave Steckel, Ohio State R.J. Umberger, Ohio State Mike Komisarek, Michigan Brett Lebda, Notre Dame Dan Ellis, Nebraska-Omaha

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Andy Hilbert, So., Michigan G Ryan Miller, So., Michigan State Second Team F Mike Bishai, Jr., Western Michigan F Mike Cammalleri, So., Michigan D Jeff Jillson, Jr., Michigan D Greg Zanon, So., Nebraska-Omaha

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2000-01 FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA 1. Michigan State 28 21 4 3 45 86 37 2. Miami 28 17 10 1 35 95 71 Michigan 28 16 9 3 35 102 60 4. Nebraska-Omaha 28 15 10 3 33 86 80 5. Northern Michigan 28 12 10 6 30 76 71 Western Michigan 28 12 10 6 30 97 96 7. Ohio State 28 13 13 2 28 81 89 8. Ferris State 28 9 15 4 22 64 81 9. Bowling Green 28 8 15 5 21 72 82 Alaska Fairbanks 28 7 14 7 21 67 91 11. Notre Dame 28 7 15 6 20 72 98 12. Lake Superior 28 8 20 0 16 53 95

OVERALL W L T GF GA 33 5 4 134 57 20 16 2 120 108 27 13 5 167 110 24 15 3 127 107 18 13 7 121 102 20 13 6 149 129 17 18 2 118 117 13 20 5 91 112 16 19 5 109 110 9 19 8 90 112 10 22 7 104 150 13 23 0 79 119

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 10 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 1 Michigan St. Michigan State 5, Alaska Fairbanks 2 Michigan State 3, Alaska Fairbanks 2 (OT) No. 9 Bowling Green at No. 2 Miami Bowling Green 4, Miami 3 Bowling Green 4, Miami 3 (OT) No. 8 Ferris State at No. 3 Michigan Michigan 8, Ferris State 3 Michigan 3, Ferris State 0 No. 7 Ohio State at No. 4 Nebraska-Omaha Ohio State 5, Nebraska-Omaha 4 (OT) Nebraska-Omaha 2, Ohio State 1 Nebraska-Omaha 4, Ohio State 3 (2OT) No. 6 W. Michigan at No. 5 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 3, Western Michigan 2 (OT) Western Michigan 9, Northern Michigan 7 Northern Michigan 5, Western Michigan 4 (OT)

Play-In Game No. 9 Bowling Green 2, No. 5 Northern Michigan 1 (OT) Semifinals No. 1 Michigan State 2, No. 9 Bowling Green 1 No. 3 Michigan 3, No. 4 Nebraska-Omaha 2 Championship No. 1 Michigan State 2, No. 3 Michigan 0 All-Tournament Team F Adam Hall, Jr., Michigan State F Sean Patchell, Sr., Michigan State F Joe Kautz, Fr., Michigan D Andrew Hutchinson, Jr., Michigan State D Dave Huntzicker, Sr., Michigan G Ryan Miller, So., Michigan State MVP Ryan Miller, So., Michigan State

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Michigan 4, Mercyhurst 3

Second Round Michigan State 5, Wisconsin 1 Michigan 4, St. Cloud State 3

Frozen Four Boston College 4, Michigan 2 North Dakota 2, Michigan State 0

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 43 Mike Bishai, Jr., F, Western Michigan David Gove, Sr., F, Western Michigan Goals 18 David Gove, Sr., F, Western Michigan Jason Deskins, Jr., F, Miami Assists 27 Andy Hilbert, So., F, Michigan Penalty Minutes 133 Brian Pasko, Fr., D, Western Michigan Power-Play Goals 9 Jeff Campbell, Fr., F, Western Michigan Steve Rymsha, Sr., F, Western Michigan

Short-Handed Goals 3 Rob Collins, Jr., F, Ferris State David Brisson, So., F, Nebraska-Omaha Game-Winning Goals 5 Steve Rymsha, Sr., F, Western Michigan Goals-Against Average 1.24 Ryan Miller, So., Michigan State TEAMS Power Play .228 Michigan (39 of 171) Penalty Kill .914 Michigan State (106 of 116)

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1999-2000 SEASON 1999-2000 FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA 1. Michigan 28 19 6 3 41 112 65 2. Michigan State 28 18 8 2 38 84 46 3. Lake Superior 28 17 9 2 36 76 66 Northern Michigan 28 16 8 4 36 93 64 5. Notre Dame 28 11 10 7 29 65 76 6. Ferris State 28 13 13 2 28 85 79 7. Nebraska-Omaha 28 10 12 6 26 83 95 8. Bowling Green 28 12 15 1 25 90 88 9. Miami 28 10 15 3 23 75 89 Western Michigan 28 10 15 3 23 83 109 11. Ohio State 28 9 16 3 21 56 90 12. Alaska Fairbanks 28 4 22 2 10 65 100

OVERALL W L T GF GA 27 10 4 161 104 27 11 4 141 76 18 16 2 96 94 22 13 4 129 86 16 18 8 103 119 21 16 2 127 102 16 19 7 121 146 17 19 1 115 114 13 20 3 99 122 12 21 3 105 137 13 19 4 80 108 6 25 3 78 114

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 10 Western Michigan at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 4, Western Michigan 2 Michigan 6, Western Michigan 2 No. 9 Miami at No. 2 Michigan State Michigan State 6, Miami 2 Michigan State 5, Miami 1 No. 8 Bowling Green at No. 3 Lake Superior Bowling Green 2, Lake Superior 1 (OT) Bowling Green 3, Lake Superior 2 No. 7 Nebraska-Omaha at No. 4 Northern Michigan Nebraska-Omaha 4, Northern Michigan 2 Northern Michigan 5, Nebraska-Omaha 1 Nebraska-Omaha 2, Northern Michigan 1 No. 6 Ferris State at No. 5 Notre Dame Notre Dame 4, Ferris State 3 Ferris State 6, Notre Dame 1 Notre Dame 4, Ferris State 2

Play-In Game No. 7 Nebraska-Omaha 3, No. 8 Bowling Green 1 Semifinals No. 7 Nebraska-Omaha 7, No. 1 Michigan 4 No. 2 Michigan State 4, No. 5 Notre Dame 0 Championship No. 2 Michigan State 6, No. 7 Nebraska-Omaha 0 All-Tournament Team F Rustyn Dolyny, Jr., Michigan State F Jeff Hoggan, So., Nebraska-Omaha F Shawn Horcoff, Sr., Michigan State D Andrew Hutchinson, So., Michigan State D Greg Zanon, Fr., Nebraska-Omaha G Ryan Miller, Fr., Michigan State MVP Ryan Miller, Fr., Michigan State

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 44 Shawn Horcoff, Sr., F, Michigan State Goals 19 Adam Hall, So., F, Michigan State Assists 36 Shawn Horcoff, Sr., F, Michigan State Penalty Minutes 122 Eric Meloche, Sr., F, Ohio State Power-Play Goals 12 Eric Meloche, Sr., F, Ohio State

Short-Handed Goals 4 Three players Game-Winning Goals 4 Five players Goals-Against Average 1.34 Ryan Miller, Fr., Michigan State SPECIAL TEAMS Power Play .200 Michigan State (33 of 165) Penalty Kill .911 Michigan State (133 of 146)

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SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Shawn Horcoff, Sr., F, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Chris Gobert, F, Northern Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Scott Borek, Lake Superior BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Shawn Horcoff, Sr., Michigan State BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Jeff Jillson, So., Michigan BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Mike Weaver, Sr., Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Mike Comrie, So., Michigan F Shawn Horcoff, Sr., Michigan State F Roger Trudeau, Sr., Northern Michigan D Jeff Jillson, So., Michigan D Mike Weaver, Sr., Michigan State G Jayme Platt, Jr., Lake Superior Second Team F Brian McCullough, Sr., Ferris State F Adam Hall, So., Michigan State F David Gove, Jr., Western Michigan D Dave Huntzicker, Jr., Michigan D Kevin Schmidt, Sr., Northern Michigan G Ryan Miller, Fr., Michigan State

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

David Brisson, Nebraska-Omaha Chris Gobert, Northern Michigan Andy Hilbert, Michigan Jimmy Jackson, Northern Michigan Greg Zanon, Nebraska-Omaha Ryan Miller, Michigan State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Shawn Horcoff, Sr., Michigan State D Jeff Jillson, So., Michigan Second Team F Mike Comrie, So., Michigan D Mike Weaver, Sr., Michigan State G Jayme Platt, Jr., Lake Superior

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Boston College 6, Michigan State 5 (OT); Michigan 4, Colgate 3 (OT) Second Round Maine 5, Michigan 2 | 107 |

1998-1999 SEASON 1998-99 FINAL STANDINGS

SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Mike York, Sr., F, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mike Comrie, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Mike York, Sr., Michigan State BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Michael Jones, Jr., Bowling Green BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Mike Weaver, Jr., Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Hugo Boisvert, Jr., Ohio State F Adam Edinger, Jr., Bowling Green F Mike York, Sr., Michigan State D Benoit Cotnoir, Sr., Notre Dame D Mike Weaver, Jr., Michigan State G Jeff Maund, So., Ohio State Second Team F Dan Price, Sr., Bowling Green F Ben Simon, Jr., Notre Dame F J.P. Vigier, Jr., Northern Michigan D Michael Jones, Jr., Bowling Green D Andre Signoretti, So., Ohio State G Joe Blackburn, So., Michigan State

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D D G

Mike Comrie, Michigan Adam Hall, Michigan State David Inman, Notre Dame Chad Theuer, Northern Michigan Jeff Jillson, Michigan Jason Crain, Ohio State Josh Blackburn, Michigan

GP W

1. Michigan State 2. Michigan 3. Ohio State 4. Notre Dame 5. Northern Michigan 6. Ferris State 7. Bowling Green 8. Lake Superior 9. Miami 10. Western Michigan 11. Alaska Fairbanks

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

30 20 3 7 47 91 40 30 17 8 5 39 98 72 30 17 10 3 37 87 66 30 15 11 4 34 92 68 30 14 11 5 33 94 83 30 13 12 5 31 76 69 30 13 14 3 29 102 105 30 10 17 3 23 79 93 30 9 17 4 22 78 104 30 5 17 8 18 69 119 30 8 21 1 17 77 124

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Lake Superior at No. 1 Michigan State Michigan State 3, Lake Superior 2 Michigan State 4, Lake Superior 0 No. 7 Bowling Green at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 3, Bowling Green 2 Michigan 9, Bowling Green 3 No. 6 Ferris State at No. 3 Ohio State Ohio State 4, Ferris State 2 Ohio State 3, Ferris State 1 No. 5 Northern Michigan at No. 4 Notre Dame Notre Dame 3, Northern Michigan 2 Northern Michigan 7, Notre Dame 1 Northern Michigan 3, Notre Dame 2 Semifinals No. 5 Northern Michigan 5, No. 1 Michigan State 3 No. 2 Michigan 3, No. 3 Ohio State 2 Championship No. 2 Michigan 5, No. 5 Northern Michigan 1 All-Tournament Team F Mark Kosick, So., Michigan F Sean Ritchlin, Sr., Michigan F J.P. Vigier, Jr., Northern Michigan D Sean Connolly, Fr., Northern Michigan D Mike Van Ryn, So., Michigan G Josh Blackburn, Fr., Michigan

W

OVERALL L T GF GA

29 6 7 121 56 25 11 6 134 94 21 16 4 119 98 19 14 5 114 100 22 15 5 143 112 14 16 6 89 87 17 18 3 126 135 11 23 4 93 130 11 20 5 98 130 6 20 8 75 130 11 22 1 94 131

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Maine 4, Ohio State 2 Michigan 5, Denver 3 Boston College 2, Northern Michigan 1 Second Round New Hampshire 2, Michigan 1 (OT) Michigan State 4, Colorado College 3 Semifinals New Hampshire 5, Michigan State 3

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Mike York, Sr., Michigan State G Joe Blackburn, So., Michigan State Second Team F Hugo Boisvert, Jr., Ohio State D Benoit Cotnoir, Sr., Notre Dame D Mike Weaver, Jr., Michigan State G Jeff Maund, So., Ohio State

MVP Mark Kosick, So., Michigan

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 42 Dan Price, Sr., F, Bowling Green Goals 20 Jason Deskins, So., F, Miami Assists 28 Dan Price, Sr., F, Bowling Green Penalty Minutes 138 Blaine McCauley, Jr., D, Lake Superior | 108 |

Power-Play Goals 13 Adam Edinger, Jr., F, Bowling Green Short-Handed Goals 4 Rustyn Dolyny, So., F, Michigan State Game-Winning Goals 6 Dale Rominski, Sr., F, Michigan Goals-Against Average 1.34 Joe Blackburn, So., Michigan State

TEAMS Power Play .211 Bowling Green (37 of 175) Penalty Kill .931 Michigan State (121 of 130)

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1997-98 FINAL STANDINGS

GP W

1. Michigan State 2. Michigan 3. Ohio State 4. Northern Michigan 5. Miami 6. Lake Superior Notre Dame 8. Ferris State 9. Western Michigan 10. Alaska Fairbanks 11. Bowling Green

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

30 21 5 4 46 110 54 30 22 7 1 45 109 69 30 19 10 1 39 106 76 30 15 12 3 33 96 90 30 14 12 4 32 100 87 30 12 14 4 28 82 100 30 12 14 4 28 91 89 30 12 15 3 27 88 106 30 9 19 2 20 80 91 30 7 20 3 17 87 138 30 6 21 3 15 77 126

W

OVERALL L T GF GA

33 6 5 156 76 33 11 1 163 108 27 13 2 161 110 19 15 4 130 117 19 14 4 134 114 15 18 4 104 121 18 19 4 127 115 15 21 3 119 138 10 25 3 94 125 10 21 4 110 154 8 27 3 100 157

Lake Superior won the tie-breaker over Notre Dame taking the season series 2-0-1.

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ferris State at No. 1 Michigan State Michigan State 3, Ferris State 1 Michigan State 2, Ferris State 1 No. 7 Notre Dame at No. 2 Michigan Notre Dame 4, Michigan 2 Michigan 2, Notre Dame 1 (OT) Michigan 4, Notre Dame 3 No. 6 Lake Superior at No. 3 Ohio State Ohio State 2, Lake Superior 1 Ohio State 6, Lake Superior 0 No. 5 Miami at No. 4 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 3, Miami 1 Northern Michigan 8, Miami 2 Semifinals No. 1 Michigan State 5, No. 4 Northern Michigan 1 No. 3 Ohio State 4, No. 2 Michigan 2 Championship No. 1 Michigan State 3, No. 3 Ohio State 2 (2OT) All-Tournament Team F Mike York, Jr., Michigan State F Chris Richards, Jr., Ohio State F Todd Compeau, Sr., Ohio State D Tyler Harlton, Sr., Michigan State D Ryan Root, Sr., Ohio State G Jeff Maund, Fr., Ohio State

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Michigan 2, Princeton 1 Ohio State 4, Yale 0 Second Round Michigan 4, North Dakota 3 Ohio State 4, Michigan State 3 (OT) Semifinals Michigan 4, New Hampshire 0 Boston College 5, Ohio State 2 Championship Michigan 3, Boston College 2 (OT)

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Hugo Boisvert, So., Ohio State F Bill Muckalt, Sr., Michigan F Mike York, Jr., Michigan State D Dan Boyle, Sr., Miami G Chad Alban, Sr., Michigan State Second Team F Sean Berens, Sr., Michigan State D Tyler Harlton, Sr., Michigan State

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chad Alban, Sr., G, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mark Eaton, D, Notre Dame COACH OF THE YEAR John Markell, Ohio State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Terry Marchant, Sr., Lake Superior BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Dan Boyle, Sr., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Tyler Harlton, Sr., Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Sean Berens, Sr., Michigan State F Hugo Boisvert, So., Ohio State F Bill Muckalt, Sr., Michigan D Dan Boyle, Sr., Miami D Tyler Harlton, Sr., Michigan State G Chad Alban, Sr., Michigan State Second Team F Bobby Hayes, Jr., Michigan F Terry Marchant, Sr., Lake Superior F Mike York, Jr., Michigan State D Bubba Berenzweig, Jr., Michigan D Brett Colborne, Sr., Ferris State G Marty Turco, Sr., Michigan

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Rustyn Dolyny, Michigan State Mark Kosick, Michigan Kevin Swider, Ferris State Mark Eaton, Notre Dame Mike Van Ryn, Michigan Jeff Maund, Ohio State

MVP Mike York, Jr., Michigan State

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 47 Hugo Boisvert, So., F, Ohio State Goals 26 Sean Berens, Sr., F, Michigan State Assists 27 Hugo Boisvert, So., F, Ohio State Penalty Minutes 138 Mike Kucsulain, Jr., F, Lake Superior

Power-Play Goals 12 Sean Berens, Sr., F, Michigan State Short-Handed Goals 3 Three players Game-Winning Goals 6 Bill Muckalt, Sr., F, Michigan Goals-Against Average 1.63 Chad Alban, Sr., Michigan State

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TEAMS Power Play .247 Michigan State (37 of 150) Penalty Kill .907 Lake Superior (165 of 182)

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1996-1997 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brendan Morrison, Sr., F, Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Daryl Andrews, D, Western Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Mark Mazzoleni, Miami BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD John Madden, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Andy Roach, Sr., Ferris State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Tyler Harlton, Jr., Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Brendan Morrison, Sr., Michigan F Randy Robitaille, So., Miami F John Madden, Sr., Michigan D Dan Boyle, Jr., Miami D Andy Roach, Sr., Ferris State G Marty Turco, Jr., Michigan Second Team F Joe Blaznek, Jr., Lake Superior F Sean Berens, Jr., Michigan State F Jason Sessa, Jr., Lake Superior D Harold Schock, Sr., Michigan D Joe Corvo, So., Western Michigan G Trevor Prior, So., Miami

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Hugo Boisvert, Ohio State Joe Dusbabeck, Notre Dame Adam Edinger, Bowling Green Daryl Andrews, Western Michigan Josh Mizerek, Miami Chris Marvel, Alaska Fairbanks

1996-97 FINAL STANDINGS

GP W

1. Michigan 2. Miami 3. Michigan State 4. Lake Superior 5. Bowling Green Western Michigan 7. Ohio State 8. Alaska Fairbanks 9. Ferris State 10. Notre Dame

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

27 21 3 3 45 151 64 27 19 7 1 39 112 79 27 16 7 4 36 99 76 27 15 8 4 34 106 98 27 10 12 5 25 100 104 27 10 12 5 25 94 99 27 9 16 2 20 95 132 27 8 18 1 17 92 126 27 7 18 2 16 83 121 27 6 20 1 13 73 106

W

OVERALL L T GF GA

35 4 4 242 98 27 12 1 174 119 23 13 4 145 118 19 14 5 154 142 17 16 5 158 142 14 18 5 125 134 12 25 2 135 190 14 22 1 135 169 11 23 3 125 166 9 25 1 92 131

Bowling Green won the tie-breaker over Western Michigan taking the season series 2-0-1.

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 8, Alaska Fairbanks 1 Michigan 11, Alaska Fairbanks 0 No. 7 Ohio State at No. 2 Miami Miami 4, Ohio State 1 Miami 4, Ohio State 2 No. 6 Western Michigan at No. 3 Michigan St. Michigan State 4, Western Michigan 1 Michigan State 3, Western Michigan 1 No. 5 Bowling Green at No. 4 Lake Superior Bowling Green 5, Lake Superior 3 Bowling Green 8, Lake Superior 4 Semifinals No. 1 Michigan 7, No. 5 Bowling Green 2 No. 3. Michigan State 4, No. 2 Miami 3 (OT) Championship No. 1 Michigan 3, No. 3 Michigan State 1 All-Tournament Team F Mike Watt, Sr., Michigan State F Jason Botterill, Sr., Michigan F Brendan Morrison, Sr., Michigan D Mike Weaver, Fr., Michigan State D Chris Bogas, So., Michigan State G Chad Alban, Jr., Michigan State

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Cornell 4, Miami 2 Minnesota 6, Michigan State 3 Second Round Michigan 7, Minnesota 4 Semifinals Boston University 3, Michigan 2

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F John Madden, Sr., Michigan F Brendan Morrison, Sr., Michigan F Randy Robitaille, So., Miami D Dan Boyle, Jr., Miami G Marty Turco, Jr., Michigan Second Team F Jason Botterill, Sr., Michigan D Andy Roach, Sr., Ferris State

MVP Brendan Morrison, Sr., Michigan

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 49 Brendan Morrison, Sr., F, Michigan Goals 22 Randy Robitaille, So., F, Miami Jason Botterill, Sr., F, Michigan Assists 31 Brendan Morrison, Sr., F, Michigan Penalty Minutes 161 Bryan Fuss, Jr., F, Lake Superior

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Power-Play Goals 13 Justin Cardwell, Sr., F, Western Michigan Short-Handed Goals 7 John Madden, Sr., F, Michigan Randy Robitaille, So., F, Miami Game-Winning Goals 6 Tim Leahy, Jr., F, Miami Goals-Against Average 2.35 Marty Turco, Jr., Michigan

TEAMS Power Play .247 Michigan (59 of 187) Penalty Kill .896 Michigan (163 of 182)

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1995-1996 SEASON 1995-96 FINAL STANDINGS

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1. Lake Superior Michigan 3. Michigan State Western Michigan 5. Bowling Green 6. Ferris State 7. Miami 8. Ohio State 9. Alaska Fairbanks Notre Dame 11. Illinois -Chicago

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

30 22 6 2 46 136 89 30 22 6 2 46 178 71 30 22 7 1 45 115 86 30 21 6 3 45 125 71 30 18 11 1 37 126 106 30 10 17 3 23 101 120 30 9 17 4 22 99 142 30 8 17 5 21 82 105 30 8 22 0 16 101 142 30 6 20 4 16 87 136 30 6 23 1 13 73 155

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SEASON SUMMARY OVERALL L T GF GA

30 8 2 184 109 33 7 2 239 93 28 13 1 154 129 27 11 3 172 111 26 14 1 172 138 13 22 3 126 196 10 22 4 119 168 10 19 5 94 118 10 23 1 114 152 9 23 4 110 159 9 24 3 97 177

Lake Superior declared regular-season champion based on def. Michigan, 2-1, in season series.

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ohio State at No. 1 Lake Superior Lake Superior 4, Ohio State 3 (OT) Lake Superior 8, Ohio State 2 No. 7 Miami at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 5, Miami 1 Michigan 3, Miami 0 No. 6 Ferris State at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 3, Ferris State 2 (OT) Ferris State 5, Michigan State 1 Michigan State 3, Ferris State 1 No. 5 Bowling Green at No. 4 Western Michigan Bowling Green 8, Western Michigan 1 Bowling Green 3, Western Michigan 1 Semifinals No. 1 Lake Superior 7, No. 5 Bowling Green 0 No. 2 Michigan 6, No. 3 Michigan State 2 Championship No. 2 Michigan 4, No. 1 Lake Superior 3 All-Tournament Team F Bobby Hayes, Fr., Michigan F Gerald Tallaire, Jr., Lake Superior F John Madden, Jr., Michigan D Keith Aldridge, Sr., Lake Superior D Harold Schock, Jr., Michigan G John Grahame, So., Lake Superior

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Clarkson 6, Western Michigan 1 Lake Superior 5, Cornell 4 UMass-Lowell 6, Michigan State 2 Second Round Michigan 4, Minnesota 3 Vermont 2, Lake Superior 1 Semifinals Michigan 4, Boston University 0 Championship Michigan 3, Colorado College 2 (OT)

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Brendan Morrison, Jr., Michigan D Keith Aldridge, Sr., Lake Superior Second Team F Kevin Hilton, Sr., Michigan F Sean Tallaire, Sr., Lake Superior D Andy Roach, Jr., Ferris State G Marc Magliarditi, Fr., Western Michigan

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Lake Superior TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brendan Morrison, Jr., F, Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Marc Magliarditi, G, Western Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Wilkinson, Western Michigan BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Bates Battaglia, So., Lake Superior BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Keith Aldridge, Sr., Lake Superior BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Mike Matteucci, Sr., Lake Superior

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Brendan Morrison, Jr., Michigan F Sean Tallaire, Sr., Lake Superior F Kevin Hilton, Sr., Michigan D Keith Aldridge, Sr., Lake Superior D Andy Roach, Jr., Ferris State G Marc Magliarditi, Fr., Western Michigan Second Team F Jason Botterill, Jr., Michigan F Anson Carter, Sr., Michigan State F Jeremy Brown, Sr., Western Michigan D Steven Halko, Sr., Michigan D Kelly Perrault, Jr., Bowling Green G Tom Askey, Sr., Ohio State

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F G D D

Tony Kolozsy, Illinois-Chicago Randy Robitaille, Miami Mike York, Michigan State Marc Magliarditi, Western Michigan Chris Bogas, Michigan State Joe Corvo, Western Michigan

MVP John Madden, Jr., Michigan

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 50 Kevin Hilton, Sr., F, Michigan Goals 26 Jason Botterill, Jr., F, Michigan Assists 44 Kevin Hilton, Sr., F, Michigan Penalty Minutes 96 Steve Brent, Jr., F, Ohio State

Power-Play Goals 14 Cody Bowtell, Sr., F, Alaska Fairbanks Short-Handed Goals 5 John Madden, Jr., F, Michigan Game-Winning Goals 6 Sean Tallaire, Sr., F, Lake Superior Goals-Against Average 2.25 Marc Magliarditi, Fr., Western Michigan

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TEAMS Power Play .302 Michigan (60 of 199) Penalty Kill .896 Western Michigan (180 of 201)

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1994-1995 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Lake Superior PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brian Holzinger, Sr., F, Bowling Green ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Marty Turco, G, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Buddy Powers, Bowling Green BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Wayne Strachan, Sr., Lake Superior BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Kelly Perrault, So., Bowling Green BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Steven Halko, Jr., Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Brian Holzinger, Sr., Bowling Green F Brendan Morrison, So., Michigan F Anson Carter, Jr., Michigan State D Keith Aldridge, Jr., Lake Superior D Kelly Perrault, So., Bowling Green G Chuck Thuss, Sr., Miami Second Team F Kevyn Adams, Jr., Miami F Mike Knuble, Sr., Michigan F Rem Murray, Sr., Michigan State D Andy Roach, So., Ferris State D Steven Halko, Jr., Michigan G Mike Buzak, Sr., Michigan State

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Jason Blake, Ferris State Robb Gordon, Michigan Bill Muckalt, Michigan Dan Boyle, Miami Steve Duke, Western Michigan Marty Turco, Michigan

1994-95 FINAL STANDINGS

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CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

1. Michigan 27 22 4 1 45 151 74 2. Bowling Green 27 18 7 2 38 135 101 3. Michigan State 27 17 7 3 37 123 79 4. Lake Superior 27 14 9 4 32 114 78 Miami 27 13 8 6 32 88 87 6. Ferris State 27 9 14 4 22 82 111 Western Michigan 27 9 14 4 22 87 102 8. Illinois-Chicago 27 8 16 3 19 99 132 9. Notre Dame 27 7 19 1 15 77 126 10. Ohio State 27 3 22 2 18 76 142 Alaska Fairbanks (affiliate)

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OVERALL L T GF GA

30 8 1 218 109 25 11 2 199 137 25 12 3 183 124 23 12 6 176 125 18 15 6 129 132 12 20 4 113 157 17 18 5 141 144 11 22 4 146 177 11 25 1 121 168 7 29 2 112 195 11 21 1 107 141

CCHA TOURNAMENT Play-in No. 10 at Ohio State 7, No. 11 Alaska Fairbanks 2 Quarterfinals No. 10 Ohio State at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 7, Ohio State 2 Michigan 4, Ohio State 0 No. 9 Notre Dame at No. 2 Bowling Green Bowling Green 7, Notre Dame 2 Bowling Green 5, Notre Dame 4 No. 8 Illinois-Chicago at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 6, Illinois-Chicago 4 Michigan State 4, Illinois-Chicago 2 No. 7 Western Michigan at No. 4 Lake Superior Lake Superior 7, Western Michigan 2 Lake Superior 5, Western Michigan 0 No. 6 Ferris State at No. 5 Miami Miami 10, Ferris State 2 Miami 4, Ferris State 2

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Lake Superior 5, Clarkson 4 Wisconsin 5, Michigan State 3 Second Round Boston University 6, Lake Superior 2 Michigan 4, Wisconsin 3 Semifinals Maine 4, Michigan 3 (OT)

Finals Play-In No. 4 Lake Superior 5, No. 5 Miami 2 Semifinals No. 3 Michigan State 4, No. 2 Bowling Green 3 (OT) No. 4 Lake Superior 5, No. 1 Michigan 4 (OT) Championship No. 4 Lake Superior 5, No. 3 Michigan State 3 All-Tournament Team F Jason Trzcinski, Jr., Lake Superior F Bates Battaglia, Fr., Lake Superior F Wayne Strachan, Sr., Lake Superior D Chris Slater, So., Michigan State D Keith Aldridge, Jr., Lake Superior G Mike Buzak, Sr., Michigan State MVP Wayne Strachan, Sr., Lake Superior

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Brian Holzinger, Sr., Bowling Green F Brendan Morrison, So., Michigan D Kelly Perrault, So., Bowling Green G Chuck Thuss, Sr., Miami Second Team F Anson Carter, Jr., Michigan State F Mike Knuble, Sr., Michigan D Keith Aldridge, Jr., Lake Superior

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 49 Brendan Morrison, So., F, Michigan Goals 22 Anson Carter, Jr., F, Michigan State Assists 32 Brendan Morrison, So., F, Michigan Penalty Minutes 106 Craig Patterson, Jr., D, Ohio State | 112 |

Power-Play Goals 11 Anson Carter, Jr., F, Michigan State Short-Handed Goals 4 Anson Carter, Jr., F, Michigan State John Madden, So., F, Michigan Game-Winning Goals 4 Six players Goals-Against Average 2.61 Chuck Thuss, Sr., Miami

TEAMS Power Play .280 Michigan (42 of 150) Penalty Kill .851 Lake Superior (137 of 161)

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1993-1994 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1993-94 FINAL STANDINGS

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CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

1. Michigan 30 24 5 1 49 146 80 2. Lake Superior 30 18 8 4 40 129 69 3. Michigan State 30 17 8 5 39 115 87 4. Western Michigan 30 18 10 2 38 117 101 5. Miami 30 17 12 1 35 112 94 6. Bowling Green 30 15 13 2 32 114 105 7. Ferris State 30 12 17 1 25 110 122 8. Notre Dame 30 9 16 5 23 85 121 9. Illinois-Chicago 30 8 20 2 18 101 144 10. Ohio State 30 6 19 5 17 81 124 11. Kent State 30 6 22 2 14 109 172 Alaska Fairbanks (affiliate)

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OVERALL L T GF GA

33 7 1 205 112 31 10 4 198 103 23 13 5 155 123 24 13 3 165 134 21 16 1 137 120 19 17 2 149 132 14 23 1 205 247 11 22 5 113 165 11 26 2 135 192 7 23 5 98 158 11 26 2 151 219 24 13 1 223 152

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 11 Kent State at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 5, Kent State 4 (OT) Michigan 10, Kent State 3 No. 10 Ohio State at No. 2 Lake Superior Lake Superior 5, Ohio State 0 Lake Superior 8, Ohio State 0 No. 9 Illinois-Chicago at No. 3 Michigan State Illinois-Chicago 4, Michigan State 3 Michigan State 2, Illinois-Chicago 1 (OT) Michigan State 8, Illinois-Chicago 3 No. 8 Notre Dame at No. 4 Western Michigan Western Michigan 6, Notre Dame 3 Western Michigan 7, Notre Dame 1 No. 7 Ferris State at No. 6 Bowling Green Bowling Green 3, Ferris State 0 Bowling Green 3, Ferris State 2 (OT) No. 12 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 5 Miami Miami 5, Alaska Fairbanks 3 Alaska Fairbanks 6, Miami 1 Miami 4, Alaska Fairbanks 3

Second Round No. 4 Western Michigan 4, No. 5 Miami 3 No. 3 Michigan St. 3, No. 6 Bowling Green 2 (OT) Semifinals No. 1 Michigan 6, No. 4 Western Michigan 4 No. 2 Lake Superior 4, No. 3 Michigan State 0 Championship No. 1 Michigan 3, No. 2 Lake Superior 0 All-Tournament Team F Mike Stone, Sr., Michigan F Brian Wiseman, Sr., Michigan F Steve Guolla, Jr., Michigan State D Blake Sloan, Fr., Michigan D Steven Halko, So., Michigan G Blaine Lacher, Jr., Lake Superior

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F David Oliver, Sr., Michigan F Brian Wiseman, Sr., Michigan F Anson Carter, So., Michigan State D John Gruden, Sr., Ferris State D Jeff Wells, Sr., Bowling Green G Steve Shields, Sr., Michigan Second Team F Steve Guolla, Jr., Michigan State F Mike Knuble, Jr., Michigan F Clayton Beddoes, Sr., Lake Superior D Bob Marshall, Sr., Miami D Keith Aldridge, So., Lake Superior G Mike Buzak, Jr., Michigan State

MVP Mike Stone, Sr., Michigan

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team D John Gruden, Sr., Ferris State F David Oliver, Sr., Michigan F Brian Wiseman, Sr., Michigan Second Team F Clayton Beddoes, Sr., Lake Superior F Dean Fedorchuk, Sr., Alaska Fairbanks F Steve Guolla, Jr., Michigan State D Jeff Wells, Sr., Bowling Green G Steve Shields, Sr., Michigan

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR David Oliver, Sr., F, Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Brendan Morrison, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Red Berenson, Michigan BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Mike Stone, Sr., Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN John Gruden, Sr., Ferris State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Brent Brekke, Sr., Western Michigan

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D D G

Jason Botterill, Michigan Curtis Fry, Bowling Green Brendan Morrison, Michigan Andy Roach, Ferris State Harold Schock, Michigan Blake Sloan, Michigan Bob Petrie, Bowling Green

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Wisconsin 6, Western Michigan 3 UMass-Lowell 4, Michigan State 3 Lake Superior 6, Northeastern 5 (OT) Second Round Lake Superior 5, Michigan 4 (OT) Semifinals Lake Superior 3, Harvard 2 (OT) Championship Lake Superior 9, Boston University 1

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 52 David Oliver, Sr., F, Michigan Goals 25 Mike Knuble, Jr., F, Michigan Assists 38 Brian Wiseman, Sr., F, Michigan

Penalty Minutes 144 Steve Brent, Fr., F, Ohio State Power-Play Goals 19 Mike Knuble, Jr., F, Michigan Short-Handed Goals 2 Eight players Game-Winning Goals 5 Three players

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Goals-Against Average 1.91 Blaine Lacher, Jr., Lake Superior TEAMS Power Play .298 Michigan (57 of 191) Penalty Kill .845 Michigan (158 of 187) | 113 |

1992-1993 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Miami TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Lake Superior PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brian Savage, Jr., F, Miami ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Chris Brooks, F, Western Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR George Gwozdecky, Miami BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Chris Bergeron, Sr., Miami BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Joe Cook, Jr., Miami BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Bob Marshall, Jr., Miami

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Brian Rolston, Jr., Lake Superior F Brian Savage, Jr., Miami F Bryan Smolinski, Sr., Michigan State D Pat Neaton, Sr., Michigan D Joe Cook, Jr., Miami G Steve Shields, Jr., Michigan Second Team F Brian Holzinger, Jr., Bowling Green F David Roberts, Sr., Michigan F David Oliver, Jr., Michigan D Bob Marshall, Jr., Miami D Michael Smith, Sr., Lake Superior G Richard Shulmistra, Jr., Miami

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Chris Brooks, Western Michigan Jamie Ling, Notre Dame Sean Tallaire, Lake Superior Scott Chartier, Western Michigan Justin Krall, Miami Aaron Willis, Bowling Green

1992-93 FINAL STANDINGS

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CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

1. Miami 30 22 3 5 49 150 88 2. Michigan 30 23 5 2 48 180 71 3. Lake Superior 30 20 5 5 45 147 91 4. Michigan State 30 18 10 2 38 128 98 5. Western Michigan 30 17 11 2 36 118 117 6. Ferris State 30 13 13 4 30 103 118 7. Bowling Green 30 12 17 1 25 121 132 8. Kent State 30 10 19 1 21 118 148 9. Illinois-Chicago 30 8 20 2 18 100 134 10. Notre Dame 30 5 23 2 12 87 144 11. Ohio State 30 3 25 2 8 74 185 Alaska Fairbanks (affiliate)

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OVERALL L T GF GA

27 9 5 189 126 30 7 3 238 95 32 8 5 220 125 24 14 2 169 127 20 16 2 147 150 21 16 4 162 141 19 21 1 169 180 13 22 3 150 181 10 25 2 122 170 7 27 2 102 181 5 30 2 94 221 23 12 2 204 127

CCHA TOURNAMENT First Round No. 11 Ohio State at No. 1 Miami Miami 8, Ohio State 2 Miami 7, Ohio State 2 No. 10 Notre Dame at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 13, Notre Dame 2 Michigan 8, Notre Dame 1 No. 9 Illinois-Chicago at No. 3 Lake Superior Lake Superior 7, Illinois-Chicago 2 Lake Superior 4, Illinois-Chicago 2 No. 8 Kent State at No. 4 Michigan State Michigan State 6, Kent State 5 Michigan State 5, Kent State 2 No. 7 Bowling Green at No. 5 W. Michigan Bowling Green 5, Western Michigan 4 Bowling Green 6, Western Michigan 3 No. 12 Alaska Fairbanks at No. 6 Ferris State Ferris State 8, Alaska Fairbanks 6 Ferris State 7, Alaska Fairbanks 2

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Bryan Smolinski, Sr., Michigan State Second Team F Brian Rolston, Jr., Lake Superior F Brian Savage, Jr., Miami D Bob Marshall, Jr., Miami D Michael Smith, Sr., Lake Superior G Steve Shields, Jr., Michigan

Second Round No. 3 Lake Superior 7, No. 7 Bowling Green 1 No. 6 Ferris State 3, No. 4 Michigan State 2 Semifinals No. 1 Miami 4, No. 6 Ferris State 3 (OT) No. 3 Lake Superior 5, No. 2 Michigan 3 Championship No. 3 Lake Superior 3, No. 1 Miami 0 All-Tournament Team F Brian Rolston, Jr., Lake Superior F Wayne Strachan, Jr., Lake Superior F Rob Valicevic, So., Lake Superior D Bob Marshall, Jr., Miami D Michael Smith, Sr., Lake Superior G Blaine Lacher, So., Lake Superior MVP Blaine Lacher, So., Lake Superior

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Wisconsin 3, Miami 1 Second Round Michigan 4, Wisconsin 3 (OT) Lake Superior 4, Minnesota-Duluth 3 Semifinals Maine 4, Michigan 3 (OT) Lake Superior 6, Boston University 1 Championship Maine 5, Lake Superior 4

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 51 Bryan Smolinski, Sr., F, Michigan State Goals 30 Brian Savage, Jr., F, Miami Assists 37 Mark Ouimet, Sr., F, Michigan Penalty Minutes 164 Craig Patterson, Fr., D, Ohio State | 114 |

Power-Play Goals 12 Colin Ward, Jr., F, Western Michigan Short-Handed Goals 5 Rem Murray, So., F, Michigan State Chris Brooks, Fr., F, Western Michigan Game-Winning Goals 4 Six players Goals-Against Average 2.19 Steve Shields, Jr., Michigan

TEAMS Power Play .257 Michigan (52 of 202) Penalty Kill .868 Michigan (171 of 197)

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1991-1992 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1991-92 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Michigan 2. Lake Superior 3. Michigan State 4. Western Michigan 5. Miami 6. Ferris State 7. Illinois-Chicago 8. Ohio State 9. Bowling Green

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CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 22 7 3 47 150 104 32 20 8 4 44 141 78 32 18 7 7 43 149 105 32 14 12 6 34 119 114 32 12 14 6 30 124 145 32 11 15 6 28 102 127 32 8 18 6 22 101 132 32 8 19 5 21 134 182 32 7 20 5 19 123 156

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ohio State at No. 1 Michigan Michigan 4, Ohio State 2 Michigan 9, Ohio State 4 No. 7 Illinois-Chicago at No. 2 Lake Superior Lake Superior 3, Illinois-Chicago 1 Lake Superior 9, Illinois-Chicago 2 No. 6 Ferris State at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 5, Ferris State 2 Michigan State 4, Ferris State 1 No. 5 Miami at No. 4 Western Michigan Miami 3, Western Michigan 1 Miami 4, Western Michigan 3 (OT) Semifinals No. 1 Michigan 6, No. 5 Miami 2 No. 2 Lake Superior 5, No. 3 Michigan State 3 Consolation Game No. 3 Michigan State 8, No. 5 Miami 5 Championship No. 2 Lake Superior 3, No. 1 Michigan 1 All-Tournament Team F Dwayne Norris, Sr., Michigan State F Brian Wiseman, So., Michigan F Brian Rolston, So., Lake Superior D Pat Neaton, Jr., Michigan D Tim Hanley, So., Lake Superior G Darrin Madeley, Sr., Lake Superior

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OVERALL L T GF GA

32 9 3 215 144 30 9 4 203 100 26 10 8 199 143 16 14 6 140 130 18 16 6 165 183 13 18 7 119 148 10 20 6 123 152 12 21 5 162 211 8 21 5 133 165

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round Michigan State 4, Boston University 2 Lake Superior 7, Alaska Anchorage 3 Second Round Michigan State 3, Maine 2 Lake Superior 8, Minnesota 3 Michigan 7, Northern Michigan 6 Semifinals Lake Superior 4, Michigan State 2 Wisconsin 4, Michigan 2 Championship Lake Superior 5, Wisconsin 3

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Denny Felsner, Sr., Michigan F Dwayne Norris, Sr., Michigan State D Mark Astley, Sr., Lake Superior D Joby Messier, Sr., Michigan State G Darrin Madeley, Sr., Lake Superior Second Team No members selected

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Lake Superior PLAYER OF THE YEAR Dwayne Norris, Sr., F, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Brian Loney, F, Ohio State COACH OF THE YEAR George Gwozdecky, Miami BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Pat Ferschweiler, So., Western Michigan BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Mark Astley, Sr., Lake Superior BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Joby Messier, Sr., Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Denny Felsner, Sr., Michigan F Dwayne Norris, Sr., Michigan State F Keith Jones, Sr., Western Michigan D Mark Astley, Sr., Lake Superior D Joby Messier, Sr., Michigan State G Darrin Madeley, Sr., Lake Superior Second Team F Sandy Moger, Sr., Lake Superior F Peter Holmes, Sr., Bowling Green F Martin Jiranek, Sr., Bowling Green D Joe Cook, So., Miami D Steven Barnes, So., Lake Superior G Jon Hillebrandt, Fr., Illinois-Chicago

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Brian Loney, Ohio State Rem Murray, Michigan State Steve Suk, Michigan State Chris Belanger, Western Michigan Dan Daikawa, Miami Jon Hillebrandt, Illinois-Chicago

MVP Darrin Madeley, Sr., Lake Superior

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 62 Denny Felsner, Sr., F, Michigan Goals 29 Denny Felsner, Sr., F, Michigan Dwayne Norris, Sr., F, Michigan State Assists 37 Brett Harkins, Jr., F, Bowling Green Penalty Minutes 112 Dave Karpa, Sr., D, Ferris State

Power-Play Goals 17 Dwayne Norris, Sr., F, Michigan State Short-Handed Goals 4 Dwayne Norris, Sr., F, Michigan State Rob Scribner, Sr., F, Ohio State Game-Winning Goals 5 Three players Goals-Against Average 2.06 Darrin Madeley, Sr., Lake Superior

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TEAMS Power Play .249 Michigan State (54 of 217) Penalty Kill .853 Lake Superior (157 of 184)

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1990-1991 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Lake Superior TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Lake Superior PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jim Dowd, Sr., F, Lake Superior ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Brian Wiseman, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Jeff Jackson, Lake Superior BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Jeff Napierala, Sr., Lake Superior BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Jason Woolley, Jr., Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Karl Johnson, Sr., Lake Superior

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Jim Dowd, Sr., Lake Superior F Denny Felsner, Jr., Michigan F Doug Weight, So., Lake Superior D Karl Johnston, Sr., Lake Superior D Jason Woolley, Jr., Michigan State G Darrin Madeley, So., Lake Superior Second Team F David Roberts, So., Michigan F Rod Taylor, Sr., Ferris State F Mike Eastwood, Sr., Western Michigan D Pat Neaton, So., Michigan D Mark Astley, Jr., Lake Superior G Mike Gilmore, Jr., Michigan State

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Clayton Beddoes, Lake Superior David Oliver, Michigan Brian Wiseman, Michigan Steven Barnes, Lake Superior Aaron Ward, Michigan Pat Mazzoli, Ferris State

1990-91 FINAL STANDINGS

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1. Lake Superior 2. Michigan 3. Ferris State 4. Western Michigan 5. Michigan State 6. Bowling Green 7. Ohio State 8. Illinois-Chicago 9. Miami

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 26 2 4 56 181 77 32 24 5 3 51 178 107 32 15 12 5 35 122 111 32 16 14 2 34 121 115 32 14 13 5 33 130 101 32 13 17 2 28 123 144 32 9 19 4 22 99 158 32 9 21 2 20 112 150 32 3 26 3 9 78 181

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Illinois-Chicago at No. 1 Lake Superior Lake Superior 5, Illinois-Chicago 3 Lake Superior 3, Illinois-Chicago 1 No. 7 Ohio State at No. 2 Michigan Michigan 5, Ohio State 4 Michigan 9, Ohio State 4 No. 6 Bowling Green at No. 3 Ferris State Ferris State 5, Bowling Green 3 Ferris State 3, Bowling Green 2 (OT) No. 5 Michigan St. at No. 4 Western Michigan Western Michigan 4, Michigan State 3 Western Michigan 4, Michigan State 2 Semifinals No. 1 Lake Superior 11, No. 4 Western Michigan 4 No. 2 Michigan 4, No. 3 Ferris State 2 Consolation Game No. 4 Western Michigan 2, No. 3 Ferris State 1 (OT) Championship No. 1 Lake Superior 6, No. 2 Michigan 5 (OT) All-Tournament Team F Mike Eastwood, Sr., Western Michigan F Doug Weight, So., Lake Superior F Don Stone, Sr., Michigan D Aaron Ward, Fr., Michigan D Karl Johnston, Sr., Lake Superior G Darrin Madeley, So., Lake Superior

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OVERALL L T GF GA

36 5 4 252 122 34 10 3 248 162 23 14 5 174 144 22 17 3 161 161 17 18 5 155 130 15 23 2 149 190 11 25 4 135 209 13 23 2 143 165 5 29 3 97 219

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round (Best-OF-3) Cornell 5, at Michigan 4 (OT) at Michigan 6, Cornell 4 at Michigan 9, Cornell 3 (UM def. Cornell, 2-1) Second Round (best-of-3) Clarkson 7, at Lake Superior 3 at Lake Superior 6, Clarkson 2 Clarkson 4, at Lake Superior 3 (Clarkson def. LSSU, 2-1) at Boston University 4, Michigan 1 at Boston University 8, Michigan 1 (Boston University def. UM, 2-0)

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Jim Dowd, Sr., Lake Superior D Jason Woolley, Jr., Michigan State G Darrin Madeley, So., Lake Superior Second Team F Denny Felsner, Jr., Michigan F David Roberts, So., Michigan F Doug Weight, So., Lake Superior D Karl Johnston, Sr., Lake Superior

MVP Clayton Beddoes, Fr., F, Lake Superior

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 58 Denny Felsner, Jr., F, Michigan Goals 32 Denny Felsner, Jr., F, Michigan Dwyane Norris, Jr., F, Michigan State Assists 36 Jason Woolley, Jr., D, Michigan State Penalty Minutes 120 Sandy Moger, Sr., F, Lake Superior | 116 |

Power-Play Goals 16 Rod Taylor, Sr., F, Ferris State Short-Handed Goals 4 Phil Cadman, So., F, Ohio State Game-Winning Goals 7 Martin Jiranek, Jr., F, Bowling Green Goals-Against Average 2.28 Darrin Madeley, Jr., Lake Superior

TEAMS Power Play .290 Michigan (61 of 210) Penalty Kill .844 Lake Superior (141 of 167)

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1989-1990 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1989-90 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Michigan State 2. Lake Superior 3. Bowling Green 4. Michigan 5. Western Michigan Ohio State 7. Miami 8. Ferris State 9. Illinois-Chicago

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CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 26 3 3 55 190 93 32 24 6 2 50 169 91 32 20 10 2 42 153 142 32 16 11 5 37 148 125 32 12 18 2 26 145 162 32 11 17 4 26 138 164 32 8 21 3 19 138 175 32 6 20 6 18 106 162 32 7 24 1 15 104 177

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ferris State at No. 1 Michigan State Michigan State 6, Ferris State 4 Michigan State 13, Ferris State 1 No. 7 Miami at No. 2 Lake Superior Lake Superior 5, Miami 3 Lake Superior 7, Miami 4 No. 6 Ohio State at No. 3 Bowling Green Bowling Green 7, Ohio State 1 Bowling Green 6, Ohio State 5 No. 5 Western Michigan at No. 4 Michigan Michigan 5, Western Michigan 3 Michigan 8, Western Michigan 2 Semifinals No. 1 Michigan State 4, No. 4 Michigan 3 (OT) No. 2 Lake Superior 4, No. 3 Bowling Green 2 Consolation Game No. 4 Michigan 5, No. 3 Bowling Green 4 Championship No. 1 Michigan State 4, No. 2 Lake Superior 3 All-Tournament Team F Mark Ouimet, Fr., Michigan F Jeff Jablonski, Sr., Lake Superior F Peter White, So., Michigan State D Kord Cernich, Sr., Lake Superior D Rob Blake, Jr., Bowling Green G Jason Muzzatti, Jr., Michigan State

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OVERALL L T GF GA

35 7 3 251 138 33 10 3 246 138 25 17 2 211 195 24 12 6 199 151 14 24 2 184 207 11 24 5 160 204 12 24 4 173 209 11 23 6 145 197 10 27 1 131 205

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round (best-of-3) at Maine 8, Bowling Green 4 at Maine 5, Bowling Green 2 (Maine def. Bowling Green, 2-0) at Lake Superior 6, Alaska Anchorage 2 at Lake Superior 10, Alaska Anchorage 3 (Lake Superior def. Alaska Anchorage, 2-0) Second Round (best-of-3) at Michigan State 6, Boston University 3 Boston University 5, at Michigan State 3 Boston University 5, at Michigan State 3 (Boston University def. Michigan State, 2-1) at Colgate 3, Lake Superior 2 at Colgate 2, Lake Superior 1 (Colgate def. Lake Superior, 2-0)

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Nelson Emerson, Sr., Bowling Green F Kip Miller, Sr., Michigan State D Rob Blake, Jr., Bowling Green Second Team F Jim Dowd, Jr., Lake Superior D Kord Cernich, Sr., Lake Superior G Jason Muzzatti, Jr., Michigan State

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kip Miller, Sr., F, Michigan State ROOKIE OF THE YEAR David Roberts, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Michigan State BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD Pete Stauber, Sr., Lake Superior BEST OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Rob Blake, Jr., Bowling Green BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN Dan Keczmer, Sr., Lake Superior

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Kip Miller, Sr., Michigan State F Nelson Emerson, Sr., Bowling Green F Craig Fisher, So., Miami D Rob Blake, Jr., Bowling Green D Kord Cernich, Sr., Lake Superior G Jason Muzzatti, Jr., Michigan State Second Team F Jim Dowd, Jr., Lake Superior F Darryl Noren, So., Illinois-Chicago F Pat Murray, Jr., Michigan State D Don Gibson, Sr., Michigan State D Dan Keczmer, Sr., Lake Superior G Darrin Madeley, Fr., Lake Superior

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F D D G

Brett Harkins, Bowling Green David Roberts, Michigan Doug Weight, Lake Superior Pat Neaton, Michigan Glenn Painter, Ohio State Darrin Madeley, Lake Superior

MVP Peter White, So., Michigan State

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 74 Kip Miller, Sr., F, Michigan State Goals 36 Kip Miller, Sr., F, Michigan State Assists 44 Nelson Emerson, Sr., F, Bowling Green Pat Murray, Jr., F, Michigan State Penalty Minutes 127 Don Gibson, Sr., D, Michigan State

Power-Play Goals 18 Kip Miller, Sr., F, Michigan State Short-Handed Goals 3 Darryl Noren, So., F, Illinois-Chicago Game-Winning Goals 6 Kip Miller, Sr., F, Michigan State Steve Beadle, Sr., D, Michigan State Goals-Against Average 2.37 Darrin Madeley, So., Lake Superior

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TEAMS Power Play .333 Bowling Green (61 of 183) Penalty Kill .816 Lake Superior (133 of 163)

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1988-1989 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Bruce Hoffort, So., G, Lake Superior ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Rod Brind’Amour, F, Michigan State COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Greg Parks, Sr., Bowling Green F Sheldon Gorski, Sr., Illinois-Chicago F Kip Miller, Jr., Michigan State D Kord Cernich, Jr., Lake Superior D Myles O’Connor, Sr., Michigan G Bruce Hoffort, So., Lake Superior Second Team F Bobby Reynolds, Sr., Michigan State F Nelson Emerson, Jr., Bowling Green F Todd Brost, Sr., Michigan D Rob Blake, So., Bowling Green D Chris Luongo, Sr., Michigan State G Dave DePinto, Jr., Illinois-Chicago

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM F F F F F D

Rod Brind’Amour, Michigan State Denny Felsner, Michigan Craig Fisher, Miami Ken House, Miami Peter White, Michigan State Jason Woolley, Michigan State

1988-89 FINAL STANDINGS

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1. Michigan State 2. Lake Superior 3. Illinois-Chicago 4. Michigan 5. Bowling Green 6. Western Michigan 7. Ferris State 8. Ohio State 9. Miami

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 25 6 1 51 188 95 32 19 7 6 44 128 90 32 18 10 4 40 132 120 32 17 11 4 38 137 118 32 15 14 3 33 131 125 32 9 17 6 24 121 145 32 9 18 5 23 99 144 32 7 20 5 19 106 160 32 8 24 0 16 125 170

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round (best-of-3) at Lake Superior 6, St. Cloud State 3 at Lake Superior 4, St. Cloud State 2 (Lake Superior def. St. Cloud State, 2-0) at Boston College 8, Bowling Green 5 at Boston College 4, Bowling Green 2 (Boston College def. Bowling Green, 2-0) Second Round (best-of-3) at Harvard 4, Lake Superior 2 at Harvard 5, Lake Superior 2 (Harvard def. LSSU, 2-0) Boston College 6, at Michigan State 3 at Michigan State 7, Boston College 2 at Michigan State 5, Boston College 4, OT (Michigan State def. Boston College, 2-1) Semifinals Harvard 6, Michigan State 3 Third Place Michigan State 7, Maine 4

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Kip Miller, Jr., Michigan State F Greg Parks, Sr., Bowling Green F Bobby Reynolds, Sr., Michigan State D Kord Cernich, Jr., Lake Superior D Myles O’Connor, Sr., Michigan G Bruce Hoffort, So., Lake Superior Second Team F Sheldon Gorski, Sr., Illinois-Chicago

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OVERALL L T GF GA

37 9 1 277 150 29 11 6 186 129 23 14 5 178 154 22 15 4 177 154 26 18 3 202 171 14 23 6 182 200 12 22 6 126 171 9 26 5 141 215 11 27 0 158 198

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ohio State at No. 1 Michigan State Michigan State 9, Ohio State 5 Michigan State 11, Ohio State 4 No. 7 Ferris State at No. 2 Lake Superior Lake Superior 5, Ferris State 0 Lake Superior 3, Ferris State 0 No. 6 Western Michigan at No. 3 Ill.-Chicago Illinois-Chicago 8, Western Michigan 4 Western Michigan 6, Illinois-Chicago 4 Illinois-Chicago 6, Western Michigan 2 No. 5 Bowling Green at No. 4 Michigan Bowling Green 6, Michigan 4 Michigan 4, Bowling Green 1 Bowling Green 3, Michigan 2 (3OT) Semifinals No 1. Michigan State 3, No. 5 Bowling Green 2 No. 2 Lake Superior 6, No. 3 Illinois-Chicago 3 Consolation Game No. 5 Bowling Green 5, No. 3 Illinois-Chicago 3 Championship No. 1 Michigan State 4, No. 2 Lake Superior 1 All-Tournament Team F Anthony Palumbo, Sr., Lake Superior F Sheldon Gorski, Sr., Illinois-Chicago F Bobby Reynolds, Sr., Michigan State D Dan Keczmer, Jr., Lake Superior D Brad Hamilton, Sr., Michigan State G Jason Muzzatti, So., Michigan State MVP Jason Muzzatti, So., Michigan State

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 61 Kip Miller, Jr., F, Michigan State Goals 37 Kip Miller, Jr., F, Michigan State Assists 29 Sheldon Gorski, Sr., F, Illinois-Chicago

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Penalty Minutes 110 Rob Blake, So., D, Bowling Green Power-Play Goals 15 Greg Parks, Sr., F, Bowling Green Short-Handed Goals 4 Three players Game-Winning Goals 6 Bobby Reynolds, Sr., F, Michigan State

Goals-Against Average 2.67 Bruce Hoffort, So., Lake Superior TEAMS Power Play .269 Michigan State (56 of 208) Penalty Kill .813 Michigan State (139 of 171)

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1987-1988 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1987-88 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Lake Superior 2. Bowling Green 3. Michigan State 4. Western Michigan 5. Michigan 6. Illinois-Chicago 7. Ferris State 8. Ohio State 9. Miami

GP W

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 22 4 6 50 163 97 32 19 11 2 40 190 144 32 18 11 3 39 151 123 32 17 12 3 37 152 136 32 17 15 0 34 140 131 32 14 17 1 29 137 138 32 11 7 4 26 118 165 32 7 21 4 18 116 178 32 7 24 1 15 113 168

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ohio State at No. 1 Lake Superior Lake Superior 6, Ohio State 2 Lake Superior 4, Ohio State 1 No. 7 Ferris State at No. 2 Bowling Green Bowling Green 5, Ferris State 4 (4OT) Bowling Green 6, Ferris State 3 No. 6 Illinois-Chicago at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 9, Illinois-Chicago 4 Michigan State 6, Illinois-Chicago 3 No. 5 Michigan at No. 4 Western Michigan Michigan 5, Western Michigan 4 Western Michigan 4, Michigan 3 Western Michigan 10, Michigan 0 Semifinals No. 1 Lake Superior 5, No. 4 Western Michigan 4 (OT) No. 2 Bowling Green 6, No. 3 Michigan State 4 Consolation Game No. 3 Michigan State 9, No. 4 Western Michigan 6 Championship No. 2 Bowling Green 5, No. 1 Lake Superior 3 All-Tournament Team F Don Barber, Sr., Bowling Green F Brett Barnett, So., Lake Superior F Bobby Reynolds, Jr., Michigan State D Scott Paluch, Sr., Bowling Green D Karl Johnston, Fr., Lake Superior G Paul Connell, So., Bowling Green

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OVERALL L T GF GA

33 7 6 233 139 30 13 2 258 188 27 16 3 222 173 22 17 3 208 184 22 19 0 176 171 18 20 1 170 169 15 20 5 155 198 10 24 6 138 209 12 25 1 145 187

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round (Total goals) at Bowling Green 5, Vermont 1 at Bowling Green 5, Vermont 1 (Bowling Green def. Vermont, 10-2) Michigan State 6, at Harvard 5 Michigan State 5, at Harvard 3 (Michigan State def. Harvard, 11-8) Quarterfinals (Total goals) at Maine 5, Bowling Green 1 at Maine 4, Bowling Green 3 (Maine def. Bowling Green, 9-4) Merrimack 4, at Lake Superior 3 at Lake Superior 5, Merrimack 0 (LSSU def. Merrimack, 8-4) at Minnesota 4, Michigan State 2 at Minnesota 4, Michigan State 3 (Minnesota def. Michigan State, 8-5) Semifinals Lake Superior 6, Maine 3 Championship Lake Superior 4, St. Lawrence 3 (OT)

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Lake Superior TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Bowling Green PLAYER OF THE YEAR Mark Vermette, Jr., F, Lake Superior ROOKIE OF THE YEAR John DePourcq, F, Ferris State COACH OF THE YEAR Frank Anzalone, Lake Superior

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Paul Polillo, So., Western Michigan F Nelson Emerson, So., Bowling Green F Mark Vermette, Jr., Lake Superior D Scott Paluch, Sr., Bowling Green D Tom Tilley, Sr., Michigan State G Bruce Hoffort, Fr., Lake Superior Second Team F Ron Hoover, Jr., Western Michigan F Bobby Reynolds, Jr., Michigan State F Mike de Carle, Jr., Lake Superior D Kord Cernich, So., Lake Superior D Mike Posma, So., Western Michigan D Barry McKinlay, So., Illinois-Chicago G Jason Muzzatti, Fr., Michigan State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team D Scott Paluch, Sr., Bowling Green F Mark Vermette, Jr., Lake Superior Second Team F Nelson Emerson, So., Bowling Green

MVP Paul Connell, So., Bowling Green

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 65 Nelson Emerson, So., F, Bowling Green Goals 34 Mark Vermette, Jr., F, Lake Superior Assists 45 Paul Polillo, So., F, Western Michigan Penalty Minutes 115 Todd Harkins, So., F, Miami

Power-Play Goals 16 Mark Vermette, Jr., F, Lake Superior Short-Handed Goals 4 Bobby Reynolds, Jr., F, Michigan State Game-Winning Goals 6 Mark Vermette, Jr., F, Lake Superior Goals-Against Average 2.56 Bruce Hoffort, Fr., Lake Superior

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TEAMS Power Play .305 Bowling Green (60 of 197) Penalty Kill .799 Western Michigan (143 of 179)

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1986-1987 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Wayne Gagne, Sr., D, Western Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Nelson Emerson, F, Bowling Green COACH OF THE YEAR Val Belmonte, Illinois-Chicago

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Mitch Messier, Sr., Michigan State F Brad Jones, Sr., Michigan F Iain Duncan, Sr., Bowling Green D Wayne Gagne, Sr., Western Michigan D Don McSween, Sr., Michigan State G Gary Kruzich, Sr., Bowling Green Second Team F Paul Ysebaert, Jr., Bowling Green F Bill Shibicky, Sr., Michigan State F Rob Bryden, Sr., Western Michigan D Brian McKee, Jr., Bowling Green D Jeff Norton, Jr., Michigan G Bill Horn, So., Western Michigan

1986-87 FINAL STANDINGS

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1. Bowling Green 2. Michigan State 3. Lake Superior 4. Illinois-Chicago 5. Western Michigan 6. Ohio State 7. Michigan 8. Ferris State 9. Miami

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 24 6 2 50 181 121 32 23 8 1 47 163 117 32 19 11 2 40 143 130 32 18 13 1 37 148 118 32 16 16 0 32 155 144 32 12 19 1 25 132 168 32 11 20 1 23 153 174 32 9 23 0 18 114 152 32 8 24 0 16 127 192

OVERALL L T GF GA

33 10 2 238 160 33 10 2 231 156 22 16 2 181 168 21 17 1 176 154 23 20 0 219 187 19 23 1 188 211 14 25 1 188 220 16 27 0 157 197 8 31 0 151 232

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Ferris State at No. 1 Bowling Green Ferris State 6, Bowling Green 4 Bowling Green 5, Ferris State 0 Bowling Green 5, Ferris State 1 No. 7 Michigan at No. 2 Michigan State Michigan State 8, Michigan 7 (OT) Michigan State 6, Michigan 3 No. 6 Ohio State at No. 3 Lake Superior Lake Superior 8, Ohio State 5 Ohio State 5, Lake Superior 2 Ohio State 8, Lake Superior 4 No. 5 Western Michigan at No. 4 Ill.-Chicago Western Michigan 3, Illinois-Chicago 2 (OT) Illinois-Chicago 6, Western Michigan 4 Western Michigan 5, Illinois-Chicago 1

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Mitch Messier, Sr., Michigan State D Wayne Gagne, Sr., Western Michigan G Gary Kruzich, Sr., Bowling Green Second Team F Brad Jones, Sr., Michigan D Don McSween, Sr., Michigan State

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Semifinals No. 1 Bowling Green 5, No. 6 Ohio State 3 No. 2 Michigan State 6, No. 5 Western Michigan 3 Consolation Game No. 6 Ohio State 7, No. 5 Western Michigan 4 Championship No. 2 Michigan State 4, No. 1 Bowling Green 3 (OT) All-Tournament Team F Bobby Reynolds, So., Michigan State F Jeff Madill, Jr., Ohio State F Paul Ysebaert, Jr., Bowling Green D Don McSween, Sr., Michigan State D Scott Paluch, Jr., Bowling Green G Gary Kruzich, Sr., Bowling Green MVP Bobby Reynolds, So., Michigan State

NCAA TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals (Total goals) at Michigan State 6, Maine 2 at Michigan State 5, Maine 3 (Michigan State def. Maine, 11-5) at Harvard 7, Bowling Green 1 at Harvard 3, Bowling Green 0 (Harvard def. Bowling Green, 10-1)

Semifinals Michigan State 5, Minnesota 3 Championship North Dakota 5, Michigan State 3

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 68 Wayne Gagne, Sr., D, Western Michigan Goals 37 Rob Bryden, Sr., F, Western Michigan Assists 56 Wayne Gagne, Sr., D, Western Michigan Penalty Minutes 123 Jeff Madill, Jr., F, Ohio State | 120 |

Power-Play Goals 26 Rob Bryden, Sr., F, Western Michigan Short-Handed Goals 6 Sheldon Gorski, So., F, Illinois-Chicago Game-Winning Goals 7 Mitch Messier, Sr., F, Michigan State Goals-Against Average 2.95 Bob Essensa, Sr., Michigan State

TEAMS Power Play .286 Michigan State (48 of 168) Penalty Kill .812 Illinois-Chicago (164 of 202)

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1985-1986 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1985-86 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Michigan State 2. Bowling Green Western Michigan 4. Lake Superior 5. Ohio State 6. Ferris State 7. Illinois-Chicago 8. Michigan 9. Miami

GP W

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA

32 23 7 2 48 177 124 32 23 9 0 46 179 129 32 23 9 0 46 189 138 32 17 14 1 35 133 124 32 16 15 1 33 157 177 32 13 17 2 28 152 174 32 12 20 0 24 137 161 32 10 22 0 20 151 184 32 3 27 2 8 113 177

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Michigan at No. 1 Michigan State Michigan State 4, Michigan 3 Michigan State 5, Michigan 2 No. 7 Illinois-Chicago at No. 2 Bowling Green Bowling Green 7, Illinois-Chicago 2 Bowling Green 2, Illinois-Chicago 1 (2OT) No. 6 Ferris State at No. 3 Western Michigan Western Michigan 4, Ferris State 3 Western Michigan 12, Ferris State 2 No. 5 Ohio State at No. 4 Lake Superior Lake Superior 3, Ohio State 1 Ohio State 4, Lake Superior 1 Lake Superior 3, Ohio State 2 (OT) Semifinals No. 1 Michigan State 3, No. 4 Lake Superior 2 No. 3 W. Michigan 4, No. 2 Bowling Green 3 (3OT) Consolation Game No. 2 Bowling Green 3, No. 4 Lake Superior 0 Championship No. 3 Western Michigan 3, No. 1 Michigan State 1 All-Tournament Team F Stuart Burnie, Sr., Western Michigan F Jamie Wansbrough, Sr., Bowling Green F Dan Dorion, Sr., Western Michigan D Chris MacDonald, Sr., Western Michigan D Wayne Gagne, Jr., Western Michigan G Bill Horn, Fr., Western Michigan

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OVERALL L T GF GA

34 9 2 245 161 28 14 0 218 164 32 12 0 256 177 24 18 1 170 153 23 19 1 219 203 17 19 2 191 202 14 25 1 164 197 12 26 0 182 222 8 28 2 158 201

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round (best-of-3) at Michigan State 6, Boston College 4 at Michigan State 4, Boston College 2 (Michigan State def. Boston College, 2-0) at Harvard 4, Western Michigan 2 at Harvard 7, Western Michigan 2 (Harvard def. Western Michigan, 2-0) Semifinals Michigan State 6, Minnesota 4 Championship Michigan State 6, Harvard 5

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Western Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Dan Dorion, Sr., F, Western Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Joe Murphy, F, Michigan State COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Wilkinson, Western Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Mike Donnelly, Sr., Michigan State F Jamie Wansbrough, Sr., Bowling Green F Dan Dorion, Sr., Western Michigan D Don McSween, Jr., Michigan State D Wayne Gagne, Jr., Western Michigan G Gary Kruzich, Jr., Bowling Green Second Team F Paul Ysebaert, So., Bowling Green F Brad Jones, Jr., Michigan F Stuart Burnie, Sr., Western Michigan D Brian McKee, So., Bowling Green D Chris MacDonald, Sr., Western Michigan G Bob Essensa, Jr., Michigan State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Mike Donnelly, Sr., Michigan State F Dan Dorion, Sr., Western Michigan D Wayne Gagne, Jr., Western Michigan G Gary Kruzich, Jr., Bowling Green Second Team F Jamie Wansbrough, Sr., Bowling Green D Don McSween, Jr., Michigan State G Bill Horn, Fr., Western Michigan

MVP Bill Horn, Fr., Western Michigan

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 82 Dan Dorion, Sr., F, Western Michigan Goals 46 Mike Donnelly, Sr., F, Michigan State Assists 49 Dan Dorion, Sr., F, Western Michigan Penalty Minutes 91 Jeff Norton, So., D, Michigan

Power-Play Goals 24 Mike Donnelly, Sr., F, Michigan State Short-Handed Goals 5 Dan Dorion, Sr., F, Western Michigan Game-Winning Goals 6 Troy Thrun, Sr., F, Western Michigan Goals-Against Average 3.06 Joe Shawhan, Jr., Lake Superior

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TEAMS Power Play .339 Western Michigan (59 of 174) Penalty Kill .833 Michigan State (165 of 198)

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1984-1985 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Michigan State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ray Staszak, So., F, Illinois-Chicago ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Paul Ysebaert, F, Bowling Green COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Michigan State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Craig Simpson, So., Michigan State F Ray Staszak, So., Illinois-Chicago F Kelly Miller, Sr., Michigan State D Gary Haight, Sr., Michigan State D Don McSween, So., Michigan State G Bob Essensa, So., Michigan State Second Team F Jamie Wansbrough, Jr., Bowling Green F Allan Butler, Sr., Lake Superior F Tom Anastos, Sr., Michigan State D Dan McFall, Sr., Michigan State D Mike Rousseau, Sr., Ohio State G Glenn Healy, Sr., Western Michigan

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Kelly Miller, Sr., Michigan State F Craig Simpson, So., Michigan State D Dan McFall, Sr., Michigan State Second Team F Ray Staszak, So., Illinois-Chicago D Gary Haight, Sr., Michigan State G Glenn Healy, Sr., Western Michigan

1984-85 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. Michigan State 2. Lake Superior 3. Western Michigan 4. Bowling Green 5. Illinois-Chicago 6. Ohio State 7. Michigan Miami 9. Ferris State

CONFERENCE OVERALL L T Pts. GF GA W L T GF GA

32 27 5 0 54 191 78 32 21 11 0 42 147 120 32 18 13 1 37 133 103 32 17 15 0 34 154 146 32 15 17 0 30 154 169 32 13 17 2 28 121 146 32 11 20 1 23 118 163 32 10 19 3 23 127 174 32 8 23 1 17 110 156

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals No. 8 Miami at No. 1 Michigan State Michigan State 4, Miami 3 Michigan State 7, Miami 1 No. 7 Michigan at No. 2 Lake Superior Lake Superior 3, Michigan 1 Lake Superior 7, Michigan 6 No. 6 Ohio State at No. 3 Western Michigan Ohio State 4, Western Michigan 2 Western Michigan 5, Ohio State 4 (OT) No. 5 Illinois-Chicago at No. 4 Bowling Green Bowling Green 7, Illinois-Chicago 5 Bowling Green 7, Illinois-Chicago 2 Semifinals No. 1 Michigan State 8, No. 6 Ohio State 0 No. 2 Lake Superior 4, No. 4 Bowling Green 1 Consolation Game No. 6 Ohio State 7, No. 4 Bowling Green 4 Championship No. 1 Michigan State 5, No. 2 Lake Superior 1 All-Tournament Team F Craig Simpson, So., Michigan State F Kelly Miller, Sr., Michigan State F Tom Anastos, Sr., Michigan State D Don McSween, So., Michigan State D Dan McFall, Sr., Michigan State G Norm Foster, So., Michigan State

38 6 0 262 100 27 16 1 190 160 22 16 2 164 138 21 21 0 201 196 17 23 0 193 219 19 20 2 162 181 13 26 1 151 208 14 23 3 158 205 11 26 1 140 176

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Total goals) at Rensselaer 7, Lake Superior 3 at Rensselaer 3, Lake Superior 3 (Rensselaer def. Lake Superior, 10-6) at Michigan State 3, Providence 2 Providence 4, at Michigan State 2 (Providence def. Michigan State, 6-5)

MVP Norm Foster, So., Michigan State

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 69 Craig Simpson, So., F, Michigan State Goals 30 Ray Staszak, So., F, Illinois-Chicago Assists 45 Craig Simpson, So., F, Michigan State Penalty Minutes 79 Jeff Norton, Fr., D, Michigan Power-Play Goals 12 John Ciotti, Sr., F, Miami Dave Beaudin, So., F, Ohio State | 122 |

Short-Handed Goals 5 Dale Krentz, Sr., F, Michigan State Game-Winning Goals 5 Allan Butler, Sr., F, Lake Superior Joe Tracy, So., F, Ohio State Goals-Against Average 1.78 Bob Essensa, So., Michigan State

TEAMS Power Play .306 Michigan State (53 of 173) Penalty Kill .844 Michigan State (146 of 173)

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1983-1984 SEASON 1983-84 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. Bowling Green 2. Ohio State Michigan State 4. Northern Michigan 5. Western Michigan 6. Michigan Tech Ferris State 8. Lake Superior 9. Michigan 10. Miami 11. Illinois-Chicago

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

28 22 4 2 46 146 95 30 21 9 0 42 155 96 30 21 9 0 42 162 90 30 16 14 0 32 126 118 28 13 14 1 27 125 114 30 14 16 0 28 123 128 30 13 15 2 28 128 138 30 12 17 1 25 103 127 30 11 18 1 23 105 148 30 10 20 0 20 116 156 28 5 22 1 11 83 162

SEASON SUMMARY O VERALL L T GF GA

34 8 2 228 146 30 10 1 212 133 34 12 0 241 129 17 22 1 155 161 22 18 2 187 168 19 21 1 160 167 18 20 3 184 184 18 20 2 152 176 14 22 1 134 179 13 23 1 149 188 5 29 1 106 221

CCHA TOURNAMENT

NCAA TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals (Total goals) No. 8 Lake Superior at No. 1 Bowling Green Bowling Green 7, Lake Superior 3 Lake Superior 7, Bowling Green 6 No. 7 Ferris State at No. 2 Ohio State Ohio State 5, Ferris State 2 Ohio State 6, Ferris State 1 No. 6 Michigan Tech at No. 3 Michigan State Michigan State 5, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan State 3, Michigan Tech 1 No. 5 Western Michigan at No. 4 Northern Michigan Western Michigan 3, Northern Michigan 2 Western Michigan 4, Northern Michigan 4 Semifinals No. 3 Michigan State 8, No. 2 Ohio State 1 No. 5 Western Michigan 4, No. 1 Bowling Green 3 (2OT) Consolation Game No. 2 Ohio State 3, No. 1 Bowling Green 2 (OT) Championship No. 3 Michigan State 5, No. 5 Western Michigan 0 All-Tournament Team F Dan Dorion, So., Western Michigan F Gord Flegel, Jr., Michigan State F Newell Brown, Sr., Michigan State D Jeff Eisley, Sr., Michigan State D Dave Ellett, So., Bowling Green G Norm Foster, Fr., Michigan State

First Round (Total goals) at Michigan State 6, Boston College 2 at Michigan State 7, Boston College 6 (Michigan State def. Boston College, 13-8) Boston University 6, at Bowling Green 3 at Bowling Green 5, Boston University 1 (OT) (Bowling Green def. Boston University, 8-7) Semifinals Bowling Green 2, Michigan State 1 Championship Bowling Green 5, Minnesota-Duluth 4 (4 OT) Third-place Game North Dakota 6, Michigan State 5 (OT)

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Paul Pooley, Sr., F, Ohio State ROOKIES OF THE YEAR Gary Emmons, F, Northern Michigan Bill Shibicky, F, Michigan State COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Wilkinson, Western Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Paul Pooley, Sr., Ohio State F Dan Dorion, So., Western Michigan F Dan Kane, Sr., Bowling Green D Garry Galley, Jr., Bowling Green D Dan McFall, Jr., Michigan State G John Dougan, Jr., Ohio State Second Team F Perry Pooley, Sr., Ohio State F Randy Merrifield, Sr., Ferris State F John Samanski, Sr., Bowling Green D Dave Ellett, So., Bowling Green D Jim File, Sr., Ferris State G Norm Foster, Fr., Michigan State

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Dan Kane, Sr., Bowling Green F Paul Pooley, Sr., Ohio State D Garry Galley, Jr., Bowling Green Second Team F Dan Dorion, So., Western Michigan F Perry Pooley, Sr., Ohio State D Dan McFall, Jr., Michigan State D Bill Schafhauser, Sr., Northern Michigan

MVP Glenn Healy, Jr., G, Western Michigan

STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUALS Points 71 Paul Pooley, Sr., F, Ohio State Goals 28 Perry Pooley, Sr., F, Ohio State

Assists 46 Paul Pooley, Sr., F, Ohio State Goals-Against Average 2.84 John Dougan, Jr., Ohio State

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TEAMS Power Play .333 Penalty Kill .812

Ohio State (48 of 144) Bowling Green (91 of 112)

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1982-1983 SEASON 1982-83 FINAL STANDINGS

SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR Brian Hills, Sr., F, Bowling Green ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Chris Seychel, F, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Jerry Welsh, Ohio State

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Brian Hills, Sr., Bowling Green F Andy Browne, Sr., Ohio State F Ted Speers, Sr., Michigan D Ken Leiter, Sr., Michigan State D Garry Galley, So., Bowling Green G Ron Scott, Jr., Michigan State Second Team F Kirt Bjork, Sr., Notre Dame F Dan Kane, Jr., Bowling Green F Dave Kobryn, Jr., Ohio State D Gary Haight, Jr., Michigan State D Kevin Beaton, Sr., Miami G John Dougan, So., Ohio State

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 82 Brian Hills, Sr., F, Bowling Green Goals 47 Brian Hills, Sr., F, Bowling Green Assists 37 Andy Browne, Sr., F, Ohio State Goals-Against Average 2.45 Ron Scott, Jr., Michigan State

1. Bowling Green 2. Michigan State Ohio State 4. Michigan Tech 5. Northern Michigan 6. Miami 7. Ferris State Notre Dame 9. Michigan Western Michigan 11. Lake Superior 12. Illinois-Chicago

CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA W

32 24 5 3 51 200 115 32 23 9 0 46 132 83 32 21 7 4 46 159 107 32 20 12 0 40 162 124 32 16 13 3 35 125 113 32 15 16 1 31 136 142 32 12 16 4 28 119 145 32 13 17 2 28 141 170 32 11 21 0 22 124 161 32 10 20 2 22 105 135 32 10 21 1 21 110 140 32 6 24 2 14 82 160

CCHA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Total goals) No. 8 Notre Dame at No. 1 Bowling Green Bowling Green 8, Notre Dame 3 Bowling Green 7, Notre Dame 2 No. 7 Ferris State at No. 2 Michigan State Ferris State 4, Michigan State 2 Michigan State 5, Ferris State 1 No. 6 Miami at No. 3 Ohio State Ohio State 6, Miami 2 Miami 6, Ohio State 4 No. 5 Northern Michigan at No. 4 Michigan Tech Northern Michigan 3, Michigan Tech 2 Northern Michigan 3, Michigan Tech 3 Semifinals No. 1 Bowling Green 3, No. 5 Northern Michigan 0 No. 2 Michigan State 8, No. 3 Ohio State 3 Consolation Game No. 3 Ohio State 8, No. 5 Northern Michigan 6 Championship No. 2 Michigan State 4, No. 1 Bowling Green 3 (OT) All-Tournament Team F Kelly Miller, So., Michigan State F Gord Flegel, So., Michigan State F Dan Kane, Jr., Bowling Green D Garry Galley, So., Bowling Green D Mike Pikul, Jr., Bowling Green G Mike David, Sr., Bowling Green

O VERALL L T GF GA

28 8 4 238 143 30 11 1 187 115 26 9 5 204 140 22 17 1 189 157 18 18 4 147 153 18 17 1 165 156 1  6 18 4 141 161 13 21 2 155 206 14 22 0 157 175 11 23 2 117 156 12 23 1 131 157 6 28 2 94 185

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Kirt Bjork, Sr., Notre Dame F Brian Hills, Sr., Bowling Green G Ron Scott, Jr., Michigan State

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Total goals) at Harvard 6, Michigan State 5 at Harvard 3, Michigan State 3 (Harvard def. Michigan State, 9-8)

MVP Mike David, Sr., Bowling Green

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1981-1982 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1981-82 FINAL STANDINGS

1. Bowling Green 2. Michigan State 3. Michigan Tech 4. Notre Dame Michigan 6. Ferris State 7. Lake Superior Northern Michigan 9. Western Michigan 10. Ohio State 11. Miami

CONFERENCE GP W L T Pct. GF GA

28 20 7 1 .732 164 105 32 21 10 1 .672 138 94 28 16 11 1 .589 129 120 30 15 13 2 .533 139 130 30 14 12 4 .533 93 101 30 13 15 2 .467 117 133 28 11 15 2 .429 112 110 28 12 16 0 .429 106 127 30 11 18 1 .383 129 150 28 10 17 1 .375 107 132 28 9 18 1 .339 100 132

W

OVERALL L T GF GA

27 13 2 235 163 26 14 2 184 123 23 14 3 195 165 23 15 2 199 168 18 15 5 130 131 15 18 3 144 158 19 17 3 165 150 15 21 0 141 171 14 19 1 141 164 16 17 1 158 150 16 19 1 163 153

Teams ranked by winning percentage based on unbalanced league schedule.

CCHA TOURNAMENT

No. 8 Northern Michigan at No. 1 Bowling Green No. 7 Lake Superior at No. 2 Michigan State No. 6 Ferris State at No. 3 Michigan Tech No. 5 Michigan at No. 4 Notre Dame Semifinals No. 4 Notre Dame 8, No. 1 Bowling Green 5 No. 2 Michigan State 3, No. 3 Michigan Tech 2 Third-place Game No. 1 Bowling Green 2, No. 3 Michigan Tech 1 Championship Game No. 2 Michigan State 4, No. 4 Notre Dame 1

ALL-CONFERENCE

First Team F George McPhee, Sr., Bowling Green F Brian Hills, Jr., Bowling Green F Newell Brown, So., Michigan State D Brian MacLellan, Sr., Bowling Green D Jim File, So., Ferris State G Ron Scott, So., Michigan State Second Team F- Dave Poulin, Sr., ND; F- Mark Hamway, Jr., MSU; F- Larry Marson, Sr., OSU; D- Steve Richmond, Sr., UM; D- Gary Haight, So., MSU; D- John Schmidt, Sr., ND; G- Jon Elliott, Fr., UM

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Michigan State PLAYER OF THE YEAR George McPhee, Sr., F, Bowling Green ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jon Elliott, G, Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Jerry York, Bowling Green

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team F Brian Hills, Jr., Bowling Green F George McPhee, Sr., Bowling Green D Brian MacLellan, Sr., Bowling Green G Ron Scott, So., Michigan State

NCAA TOURNAMENT at Northeastern 2, Bowling Green 2 at Northeastern 3, Bowling Green 2 (OT) (Northeastern def. Bowling Green, 5-4) at New Hampshire 3, Michigan State 2 at New Hampshire 6, Michigan State 2 (New Hampshire def. Michigan State, 9-4)

1980-1981 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1980-81 FINAL STANDINGS

GP W

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

1. Northern Michigan 2. Ohio State 3. Ferris State 4. Bowling Green 5. Western Michigan 6. Lake Superior Miami (road games)

22 18 4 0 36 115 81 22 15 6 1 31 107 82 22 13 9 0 26 101 92 22 10 12 0 20 98 99 22 8 13 1 17 99 107 22 6 15 1 13 101 134 12 0 11 1 1 42 68

NCAA TOURNAMENT Quarterfinals (Total goals) at Northern Michigan 7, Cornell 3 Cornell 4, at Northern Michigan 3 (Northern Michigan def. Cornell, 10-7) Semifinals Wisconsin 5, Northern Michigan 1

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS F

Steve Bozek, Jr., Northern Michigan

O VERALL L T GF GA

27 14 3 201 158 24 12 3 189 149 20 14 2 166 144 13 24 2 153 188 15 19 2 178 165 13 22 1 183 202 16 17 2 174 142

CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals (Total goals) No. 4 Bowling Green at No. 1 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 3, Bowling Green 3 Northern Michigan 10, Bowling Green 2 No. 3 Ferris State at No. 2 Ohio State Ohio State 5, Ferris State 3 Ohio State 3, Ferris State 3 Championship (Total goals) at Northern Michigan def. Ohio State, 6-4 No. 1 Northern Michigan 2, No. 2 Ohio State 2 No. 1 Northern Michigan 4, No. 2 Ohio State 2 All-Tournament Team No team selected 1976-1981

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REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Northern Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Northern Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jeff Pyle, Jr., F, Northern Michigan ROOKIES OF THE YEAR Jeff Poeschl, G, Northern Michigan Paul Pooley, F, Ohio State COACH OF THE YEAR Rick Comley, Northern Michigan

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Jeff Pyle, Jr., Northern Michigan F Steve Bozek, Jr., Northern Michigan F Ross Fitzpatrick, Jr., Western Michigan D Dan Mandich, Jr., Ohio State D Jim File, Fr., Ferris State D George Harrison, Sr., Ferris State D Brent Morrow, Jr., Ohio State G Mike Blake, Sr., Ohio State Second Team F Paul Pooley, Fr., Ohio State F George McPhee, Jr., Bowling Green F Brian Hills, So., Bowling Green G Jeff Poeschl, Fr., Northern Michigan | 125 |

1979-1980 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Northern Michigan TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Northern Michigan PLAYER OF THE YEAR Steve Weeks, Sr., G, Northern Michigan ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Steve Mulholland, F, Lake Superior COACH OF THE YEAR Rick Comley, Northern Michgan

CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals (total goals) No. 4 Bowling Green at No. 1 Northern Michigan Northern Michigan 11, Bowling Green 3 Northern Michigan 3, Bowling Green 3 No. 3 Ferris State at No. 2 Ohio State Ferris State 4, Ohio State 4 Ferris State 8, Ohio State 4 Championship (total goals) No. 1 at Northern Michigan 7, No. 3 Ferris State 3 No. 1 at Northern Michigan 8, No. 3 Ferris State 6 (NMU def. FSU, 15-9) All-Tournament Team No team selected 1976-1981

1979-80 FINAL STANDINGS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

GP W

Northern Michigan Ohio State Ferris State Bowling Green Western Michigan Lake Superior

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

20 17 3 0 20 14 5 1 20 11 9 0 20 9 11 0 20 6 13 1 20 2 18 0

NCAA TOURNAMENT

34 113 64 29 111 70 22 108 94 18 87 90 13 95 119 4 63 140

34 25 26 16 18 12

O VERALL L T GF GA

6 10 11 20 16 21

1 3 1 2 2 1

239 192 214 161 196 158

128 123 156 174 182 201

ALL-CONFERENCE Second Team F Larry Marson, So., Ohio State F Paul Tilley, Sr., Ohio State F Steve Mulholland, Fr., Lake Superior F Bob Scurfield, So., Western Michigan D John Gibb, So., Bowling Green D Mike Cotter, Sr., Bowling Green D Brian Jenks, Jr., Ohio State D Greg Kostenko, Sr., Ohio State D Rod McNair, Sr., Ohio State D Paul Pickard, So., Ferris State G Steve Jones, Sr., Ohio State

First Round Northern Michigan 4, at Minnesota 3 Semifinals Northern Michigan 5, Cornell 4 Championship North Dakota 5, Northern Michigan 2

ALL-CONFERENCE

First Team F Steve Bozek, So., Northern Michigan F Bill Joyce, Sr., Northern Michigan F Jim Baker, So., Ferris State D Tom Laidlaw, Sr., Northern Michigan D Don Waddell, Sr., Northern Michigan G Steve Weeks, Sr., Northern Michigan

1978-1979 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Bowling Green PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ken Morrow, Sr., D, Bowling Green ROOKIE OF THE YEAR George McPhee, F, Bowling Green COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Bowling Green

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Paul Tilley, Jr., Ohio State F John Markell, Sr., Bowling Green F Mark Wells, Sr., Bowling Green D Ken Morrow, Sr., Bowling Green D Tom Laidlaw, Jr., Northern Michigan G Wally Charko, So., Bowling Green Second Team F George McPhee, Fr., Bowling Green F Chris Valentine, Fr., St. Louis F Ron Sandzik, Sr., Lake Superior D George Kryzer, Sr., St. Louis D Doug Butler, Sr., St. Louis G Steve Jones, Jr., Ohio State G Murray Skinner, So., Lake Superior G Steve Weeks, Jr., Northern Michigan | 126 |

1978-79 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. Bowling Green 2. Ohio State 3. Northern Michigan 4. Lake Superior 5. St. Louis 6. Western Michigan 7. Ferris State

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

24 21 2 1 43 142 54 24 15 8 1 31 126 101 24 13 10 1 27 109 93 24 11 12 1 23 118 112 24 9 13 2 20 104 137 24 8 16 0 16 116 142 24 4 20 0 8 87 163

CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals (total goals) No. 4 Lake Superior at No. 1 Bowling Green Bowling Green 12, Lake Superior 1 Bowling Green 6, Lake Superior 1 No. 3 Northern Michigan at No. 2 Ohio State Northern Michigan 5, Ohio State 5 Ohio State 5, Northern Michigan 4 (4OT) Championship (total goals) at No. 1 Bowling Green 5, No. 2 Ohio State 3 at No. 1 Bowling Green 6, No. 2 Ohio State 4 (Bowling Green def. Ohio State, 11-7) All-Tournament Team No team selected 1976-1981

O VERALL L T GF GA

37 6 2 179 113 25 13 2 218 170 19 12 3 168 126 16 18 2 164 181 16 16 3 174 189 17 19 0 171 182 10 24 0 155 217

NCAA TOURNAMENT First Round at Minnesota 6, Bowling Green 3

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 51 Goals 19 Assists 32

Chris Valentine, Fr., F, St. Louis Chris Valentine, Fr., F, St. Louis Chris Valentine, Fr., F, St. Louis John Markell, Sr., F, Bowling Green

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1977-1978 SEASON 1977-78 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

Bowling Green St. Louis Northern Michigan Ohio State Lake Superior Western Michigan

CONFERENCE L T Pct. GF GA W

18 15 3 0 .833 20 10 10 0 .500 20 8 10 2 .450 20 9 11 0 .450 18 7 10 1 .417 20 7 12 1 .375

96 42 73 71 77 84 73 89 73 101 83 88

31 21 19 16 18 15

SEASON SUMMARY O VERALL L T GF GA

8 17 12 18 13 17

0 2 3 1 1 1

196 134 150 144 144 175

108 99 129 154 148 140

Northern Michigan awarded Third Place by virtue of winning the season series vs. OSU, 3-1. Teams were ranked by winning percentage due to unbalanced league schedule.

NCAA TOURNAMENT

CCHA TOURNAMENT

First Round at Bowling Green 5, Colorado College 3 Semifinals Boston College 6, Bowling Green 2 Third Place Bowling Green 4, Wisconsin 3

Semifinals (Total goals) No. 4 Ohio State at No. 1 Bowling Green Bowling Green 3, Ohio State 1 Bowling Green 4, Ohio State 2 No. 3 Northern Michigan at No. 2 St. Louis St. Louis 6, Northern Michigan 2 St. Louis 4, Northern Michigan 4 Championship (Total goals) at No. 1 Bowling Green 3, No. 2 St. Louis 1 at No. 1 Bowling Green 10, No. 2 St. Louis 2 (Bowling Green def. St. Louis, 13-3) All-Tournament Team No team selected 1976-1981

CCHA ALL-AMERICANS First Team D Ken Morrow, Jr., Bowling Green

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Bowling Green PLAYERS OF THE YEAR John Markell, Jr., F, Bowling Green Don Waddell, So., D, Northern Michigan COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Bowling Green

ALL-CONFERENCE

First Team F John Markell, Jr., Bowling Green F Gary Murphy, Sr., St. Louis F Bill Joyce, So., Northern Michigan D Ken Morrow, Jr., Bowling Green D Don Waddell, So., Northern Michigan G Brian Stankiewicz, Fr., Bowling Green Second Team F Bernie Saunders, Jr., Western Michigan F Paul Cappuccio, So., Western Michigan F Byron Shutt, Sr., Bowling Green D Doug Butler, Jr., St. Louis D Kent Jackson, Sr., St. Louis G Brian O’Connell, Sr., St. Louis

1976-1977 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1976-77 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

St. Louis Bowling Green Ohio State Western Michigan Lake Superior

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

16 13 2 1 16 10 6 0 16 8 7 1 16 5 11 0 16 3 13 0

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 28 John Markell, So., F, Bowling Green Mark Wells, So., F, Bowling Green Goals 12 John Markell, So., F, Bowling Green Mark Wells, So., F, Bowling Green Gary Murphy, Jr., F, St. Louis Assists 17 John Mavity, Jr., D, Bowling Green Goals-Against Average 2.99 Mike Liut, Sr., Bowling Green

NCAA TOURNAMENT

27 20 17 10 6

89 94 64 52 56

52 52 74 79 98

27 28 17 17 10

O VERALL L T GF GA

11 11 20 19 23

1 0 1 1 0

197 209 160 179 139

128 113 178 180 197

CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals (total goals) No. 4 Western Michigan at No. 1 St. Louis St. Louis 3, Western Michigan 2 St. Louis 11, Western Michigan 4 No. 3 Ohio State at No. 2 Bowling Green Bowling Green 5, Ohio State 2 Bowling Green 4, Ohio State 1 Championship (total goals) No. 2 Bowling Green 4, at No. 1 St. Louis 0 at No. 1 St. Louis 4, No. 2 Bowling Green 1 (Bowling Green def. St. Louis, 5-4) All-Tournament Team No team selected 1976-1981

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION St. Louis TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Bowling Green PLAYER OF THE YEAR Mike Liut, Sr., G, Bowling Green COACH OF THE YEAR Bill Selman, St. Louis

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Mark Wells, So., Bowling Green F John Markell, So., Bowling Green F Tim Dunlop, Jr., Western Michigan D John Mavity, Jr., Bowling Green D Kent Jackson, Jr., St. Louis G Mike Liut, Sr., Bowling Green Second Team F Gary Murphy, Jr., St. Louis F Wayne Ormson, Sr., St. Louis F Paul Tilley, Fr., Ohio State D Ken Morrow, So., Bowling Green D Doug Butler, So., St. Louis G Pat Tims, Sr., Lake Superior

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1975-1976 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Bowling Green TOURNAMENT CHAMPION St. Louis COACH OF THE YEAR Ron Mason, Bowling Green

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Bruce Allworth, Jr., Ohio State F Gary Murphy, So., St. Louis F Mike Ballanger, Sr., St. Louis D John Mavity, So., Bowling Green D Ken Morrow, Fr., Bowling Green G Al Sarachman, Jr., Bowling Green Second Team F Mike Hartman, So., Bowling Green F Mike Gaba, Jr., Lake Superior F Kim Gellert, Jr., Lake Superior D Kent Jackson, So., St. Louis D George Kryzer, Fr., St. Louis G Mike Liut, Jr., Bowling Green

1975-76 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Bowling Green St. Louis Lake Superior Western Michigan Ohio State

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

16 11 4 1 16 10 5 1 16 9 7 0 16 6 10 0 16 3 13 0

23 21 18 12 6

80 44 76 51 59 55 62 75 49 101

21 24 20 18 18

O VERALL L T GF GA

9 15 16 14 15

2 2 1 2 1

198 193 185 176 213

90 139 172 158 155

CCHA TOURNAMENT

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 25 Gary Murphy, So., F, St. Louis Goals-Against Average 2.91 Mike Liut, Jr., Bowling Green

Semifinals No. 4 W. Michigan 3, at No. 1 Bowling Green 2 (OT) at No. 2 St. Louis 9, No. 3 Lake Superior 1 Championship (total goals) at No 1. St. Louis 2, No. 4 Western Michigan 2 at No. 1 St. Louis 13, No. 4 Western Michigan 2 (St. Louis def. Western Michigan, 15-4) All-Tournament Team No team selected 1976-1981

1974-1975 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION St. Louis TOURNAMENT CHAMPION St. Louis

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Bob Dobek, Sr., Bowling Green F Doug Ross, So., Bowling Green F Rick Kennedy, Sr., St. Louis D Roger Archer, Sr., Bowling Green D Kevin O’Rear, Sr., St. Louis G Mike Liut, So., Bowling Green G Al Sarachman, So., Bowling Green G Lindsay Middlebrook, So., St. Louis Second Team F Mike Hartman, Fr., Bowling Green F Mike Gaba, So., Lake Superior F Julio Francella, Sr., Lake Superior D Kent Jackson, Fr., St. Louis D Marc Gaudreault, So., Lake Superior

1974-75 FINAL STANDINGS

GP W

1. St. Louis 2. Bowling Green 3. Lake Superior

8 8 8

5 4 2

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

3 0 10 3 1 9 5 1 5

CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals No. 3 Lake Superior 6, at No. 2 Bowling Green 4 at No. 1 St. Louis 5, Western Michigan 2 (WMU finished first in CCHA Div. II) Championship at No. 1 St. Louis 8, No. 3 Lake Superior 3 All-Tournament Team F Julio Francella, Sr., Lake Superior F Doug Lawton, Fr., St. Louis F Tim Dunlop, Fr., Western Michigan D Kevin O’Rear, Sr., St. Louis D Roger Archer, Sr., Bowling Green G Lindsay Middlebrook, So., St. Louis

33 35 27

22 30 43

O VERALL L T GF GA

26 13 1 201 135 23 10 2 200 124 17 14 1 177 144

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 17 Bob Dobek, Sr., F, Bowling Green Goals-Against Average 2.52 Lindsay Middlebrook, So., St. Louis

(No MVP selected)

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1973-1974 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1973-74 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

CONFERENCE L T Pts. GF GA W

1. Lake Superior 2. St. Louis 3. Bowling Green

3 0 10 3 0 10 6 0 4

8 8 8

5 5 2

40 35 32

33 37 37

O VERALL L T GF GA

22 16 1 205 159 28 12 0 224 165 20 19 0 217 167

LSSU declared regular-season champion based on outscoring SLU, 21-17, in series split

CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals (at St. Louis) No. 2. St. Louis 6, No. 3 Bowling Green 1 No. 1 Lake Superior 6, Western Michigan 2 (WMU finished first in CCHA Div. II) Consolation Game (at St. Louis) No. 3 Bowling Green 11, Western Michigan 4 Championship (at St. Louis) No. 2 St. Louis 8, No. 1 Lake Superior 3 All-Tournament Team F John Nestic, Sr., St. Louis F Rich Nagai, So., Bowling Green F Charlie Labelle, Jr., St. Louis D Mario Faubert, So., St. Louis D Tom Davies, Sr., Lake Superior G Carl Sapinsky, Sr., St. Louis

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Lake Superior TOURNAMENT CHAMPION St. Louis

ALL-CONFERENCE

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 15 Tom Davies, Sr., D, Lake Superior Goals-Against Average 3.90 Ralph Kloiber, Sr., St. Louis

First Team F Bob Dobek, Jr., Bowling Green F Kim Gellert, Fr., Lake Superior F John Nestic, Sr., St. Louis D Roger Archer, Jr., Bowling Green D Tom Davies, Sr., Lake Superior G Pat Tims, Fr., Lake Superior Second Team F John Stewart, So., Bowling Green F Rick Kennedy, Jr., St. Louis F Charlie Labelle, Jr., St. Louis D Mario Faubert, So., St. Louis D Bill Slewidge, Jr., Lake Superior G Ralph Kloiber, Sr., St. Louis

(No MVP selected)

1972-1973 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY

1972-73 FINAL STANDINGS GP W

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

St. Louis Lake Superior Ohio State Bowling Green Ohio University

CONFERENCE L T Pct. GF GA W

16 13 3 0 .813 116 52 12 9 3 0 .750 82 53 14 7 7 0 .500 76 65 16 6 10 0 .375 95 94 14 1 13 0 .071 36 141

27 20 18 16 6

O VERALL L T GF GA

11 10 11 19 18

Teams ranked by winning percentage due to unbalanced league schedule.

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 41 Rick Kennedy, So., F, St. Louis Goals 21 Rick Kennedy, So., F, St. Louis Assists 23 Dave Davies, Jr., F, St. Louis Mario Faubert, Fr., D, St. Louis Goals-Against Average 3.12 Ralph Kloiber, Jr., St. Louis

0 0 1 0 0

266 201 179 193 NA

162 129 141 191 NA

CCHA TOURNAMENT Round Robin (at Bowling Green) No. 3 Bowling Green 6, No. 1 St. Louis 5 (OT) No. 3 Bowling Green 8, No. 2 Ohio State 1 No. 1 St. Louis 11, No. 2 Ohio State 4 (Bowling Green wins round robin) All-Tournament Team F Bruce Woodhouse, Fr., Bowling Green F John Stewart, Fr., Bowling Green F Rick Kennedy, So., St. Louis D Jan Kascak, Fr., St. Louis D Roger Archer, So., Bowling Green G Ralph Kloiber, Jr., St. Louis

REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION St. Louis TOURNAMENT CHAMPION Bowling Green

ALL-CONFERENCE First Team F Rick Kennedy, So., St. Louis F John Nestic, Jr., St. Louis F Ray Meyers, Jr., Ohio State D Roger Archer, So., Bowling Green D Bill Slewidge, So., Lake Superior G Ralph Kloiber, Jr., St. Louis Second Team F Julio Francella, So., Lake Superior F Mike Bartley, Jr., Bowling Green F Dave Davies, Jr., St. Louis D Chuck Gyles, Sr., Bowling Green D Jim Witherspoon, Jr., Ohio State G Don Boyd, So., Bowling Green G Don Muio, Sr., Lake Superior

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1971-1972 SEASON SEASON SUMMARY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION Ohio State TOURNAMENT CHAMPION St. Louis

1971-72 FINAL STANDINGS CONFERENCE GP W L T Pts. GF GA W 1. Ohio State 12 8 4 0 16 44 35 24 St. Louis 12 7 3 2 16 64 49 15 3. Bowling Green 12 6 4 2 14 60 48 21 4. Ohio University 12 1 11 0 2 34 70 7

O VERALL L T GF GA 5 0 154 71 15 3 194 156 10 2 172 123 17 0 97 132

OSU declared regular-season champion based on outscoring SLU, 17-15, in series split.

STATISTICAL LEADERS Points 28 Mike Bartley, So., F, Bowling Green Goals 18 Mike Bartley, So., F, Bowling Green Assists 18 Chuck Gyles, Jr., D, Bowling Green Penalty Minutes 47 Nick Lasch, Jr., D, Ohio University Goals-Against Average 2.85 Bill McKenzie, Sr., G, Ohio State

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CCHA TOURNAMENT Semifinals (at St. Louis) No. 1 Ohio State 7, No. 4 Ohio University 1 No. 2 St. Louis 6, No. 3 Bowling Green 5 (OT) Consolation Game (at St. Louis) No. 3 Bowling Green 7, No. 4 Ohio University 6 (OT) Championship (at St. Louis) No. 1 Ohio State 3, No. 2 St. Louis 0

All-Tournament Team F John Nestic, So., St. Louis F Mike Bartley, So., Bowling Green F Jerry Welsh, Jr., Ohio State D Jim Witherspoon, So., Ohio State D Roger Archer, Fr., Bowling Green G Bill McKenzie, Sr., Ohio State MVP Bill McKenzie, Sr., Ohio State

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CCHA 41-YEAR ALL-TIME FINISHES Team

72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84

Bowling Green 3 4 3 2 1 2 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 Ferris State

-

- - - - - - 7 3 3 6 7 6

Illinois-Chicago - - - - - - - - - - - 12 11 Lake Superior

-

2

1

3 3 5 5 4 6 6 7 11 8

Miami

- - - - - - - - - - 11 6 10

Michigan

- - - - - - - - - - 4 9 9

Michigan State

-

- - - - - - - - - 2 2 2

Michigan Tech - - - - - - - - - - 3 4 6 Northern Michigan

- - - - - - 3 3 1 1 7 5 4

Notre Dame

- - - - - - - - - - 4 7 -

Ohio State

1 3 - - 5 3 3 2 2 2 10 2 2

Ohio University

4

St. Louis

1 1 2 1 2 1 2 5 - - - - -

Western Michigan

-

5 - - - - - - - - - - -

-

-

- 4 4 6 6 5 5 9 9 5

Team

85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96

Alaska

- - - - - -

Bowling Green

4 2 1 2 5 3 6 9 7 6 2 5

Ferris State

9 6 8 7 7 8 3 6 6 7 6 6

Illinois-Chicago

5 7 4 6 3 9 8 7 9 9 8 11

Kent State

- - - - - - - - 8 11 - -

Lake Superior

2 4 3 1 2 2

Miami

7 9 9 9 9 7 9 5 1 5 4 7

Michigan

7 8 7 5 4 4 2 1 2 1 1 1

Michigan State

1 1 2 3 1 1 5 3 4 3 3 3

Northern Michigan

- - - - - -

Notre Dame

- - - - - - - - 10 8 9 9

Ohio State

6 5 6 8 8 5 7 8 11 10 10 8

Western Michigan

3 2 5 4 6 5 4 4 5 4 6 3

- - A A A 9

1 2 3 2 4 1

- - - - - -

Team

97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

Alaska

8 10 11 12 9 4 8 6

Bowling Green

5

Ferris State

9 8 6 6 8 9 1 10 10 6

9

5

9

3

5

1

Lake Superior

4

8

10

10

10

8

7

Miami 2 5 9 9 2 10 5 2 7 1 3 2

2

1

3

4

11

6

7

8

8

8

11

9

4

5

7

10

8 9 11 11 9 5 12 12 7 12 11 11 11

3

12

12

12

11

9

6

Michigan

1 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 2 7 1 2

Michigan State

3

Nebraska-Omaha -

1

1

2 1 2 4 3 6 2 4 3 10 2 10 5

- - 7 4 5 10 12 4 4

5

8

7

6

-

-

Northern Michigan - 4 5 3 5 3 5 7 3 4 10 6 6 4 6 6 Notre Dame

10

Ohio State

7 3 3 11 7 7 3 4 2 10 7 11 5 8 9 8

Western Michigan 5

6 4 5 11 7 5 5 12 8 1 4

9

10

9

5

6

8

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10

11

6

12

1

7

9

12

2

4

8

2

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CHAMPIONS Season

Regular-Season

Coach

Tournament (seed)

Coach

Runner-up

1971-72

Ohio State

Dave Chambers

Ohio State (1)

Dave Chambers

St. Louis

1972-73

St. Louis

Bill Selman

Bowling Green (3)

Jack Vivian

Ohio State

1973-74

Lake Superior

Rick Comley

St. Louis (2)

Bill Selman

Lake Superior

1974-75

St. Louis

Bill Selman

St. Louis (1)

Bill Selman

Lake Superior

1975-76

Bowling Green

Ron Mason

St. Louis (2)

Bill Selman

Western Michigan

1976-77

St. Louis

Bill Selman

Bowling Green (2)

Ron Mason

St. Louis

1977-78

Bowling Green

Ron Mason

Bowling Green (1)

Ron Mason

St. Louis

1978-79

Bowling Green

Ron Mason

Bowling Green (1)

Ron Mason

Ohio State

1979-80

Northern Michigan

Rick Comley

Northern Michigan (1)

Rick Comley

Ferris State

1980-81

Northern Michigan

Rick Comley

Northern Michigan (1)

Rick Comley

Ohio State

1981-82

Bowling Green

Jerry York

Michigan State (2)

Ron Mason

Notre Dame

1982-83

Bowling Green

Jerry York

Michigan State (2)

Ron Mason

Bowling Green

1983-84

Bowling Green

Jerry York

Michigan State (3)

Ron Mason

Western Michigan

1984-85

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Michigan State (1)

Ron Mason

Lake Superior

1985-86

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Western Michigan (3)

Bill Wilkinson

Michigan State

1986-87

Bowling Green

Jerry York

Michigan State (2)

Ron Mason

Bowling Green

1987-88

Lake Superior

Frank Anzalone

Bowling Green (2)

Jerry York

Lake Superior

1988-89

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Michigan State (1)

Ron Mason

Lake Superior

1989-90

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Michigan State (1)

Ron Mason

Lake Superior

1990-91

Lake Superior

Jeff Jackson

Lake Superior (1)

Jeff Jackson

Michigan

1991-92

Michigan

Red Berenson

Lake Superior (2)

Jeff Jackson

Michigan

1992-93

Miami

George Gwozdecky

Lake Superior (3)

Jeff Jackson

Miami

1993-94

Michigan

Red Berenson

Michigan (1)

Red Berenson

Lake Superior

1994-95

Michigan

Red Berenson

Lake Superior (4)

Jeff Jackson

Michigan State

1995-96

Lake Superior

Jeff Jackson

Michigan (2)

Red Berenson

Lake Superior

1996-97

Michigan

Red Berenson

Michigan (1)

Red Berenson

Michigan State

1997-98

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Michigan State (1)

Ron Mason

Ohio State

1998-99

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Michigan (2)

Red Berenson

Northern Michigan

1999-00

Michigan

Red Berenson

Michigan State (2)

Ron Mason

Nebraska-Omaha

2000-01

Michigan State

Ron Mason

Michigan State (1)

Ron Mason

Michigan

2001-02

Michigan

Red Berenson

Michigan (1)

Red Berenson

Michigan State

2002-03

Ferris State

Bob Daniels

Michigan (2)

Red Berenson

Ferris State

2003-04

Michigan

Red Berenson

Ohio State (4)

John Markell

Michigan

2004-05

Michigan

Red Berenson

Michigan (1)

Red Berenson

Ohio State

2005-06

Miami

Enrico Blasi

Michigan State (2)

Rick Comley

Miami

2006-07

Notre Dame

Jeff Jackson

Notre Dame (1)

Jeff Jackson

Michigan

2007-08

Michigan

Red Berenson

Michigan (1)

Red Berenson

Miami

2008-09

Notre Dame

Jeff Jackson

Notre Dame (1)

Jeff Jackson

Michigan

2009-10

Miami

Enrico Blasi

Michigan (7)

Red Berenson

Northern Michigan

2010-11

Michigan

Red Berenson

Miami (3)

Enrico Blasi

Western Michigan

2011-12

Ferris State

Bob Daniels

Western Michigan (3)

Andy Murray

Michigan

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Three coaches - Jack Vivian of Bowling Green State University, Ron Mason of Lake Superior State College, and Bill Selman of St. Louis University - meet at the Parker House in Boston and establish a “coaches league.” A scheduling agreement is then reached among Bowling Green, Ohio State University, Ohio University and St. Louis. Lake Superior State joins a year later.

November 12, 1971 The host St. Louis University Billikens defeat the Ohio State University Buckeyes, 3-2, in the first CCHA game. St. Louis’s Dave Davies scores the first goal in league play at 8:39 of the first period. OSU’s Dave Hoyles scores the first power-play goal at 3:15 of the third, tying the score at 1-1. SLU’s Charlie Labelle scores the game-winning goal at 18:34 of third period. Buckeyes’ netminder Bill McKenzie makes 22 saves, while Billikens’ goaltender Carl Sapinsky turns aside 20 shots.

November 14, 1971

The Founding Fathers: Celebrating the CCHA’s 25th anniversary season of 1995-96 (from left): Chair Dr. Michael Kasavana of Michigan State, first commissioner Fred Jacoby, second commissioner Jim Ruehl, Bill Selman, Ron Mason and Jack Vivian.

Ohio State’s Jerry Welsh registers the first hat trick in CCHA play in a 6-5 overtime loss at St. Louis.

March 20, 1977

December 4, 1971

Bowling Green State University, coached by Ron Mason, becomes the first non-Western Collegiate Hockey Association or Eastern College Athletic Conference team to appear in the NCAA Tournament. The Falcons lose to the University of Michigan, 7-5, at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor.

St. Louis’ Charlie Labelle scores the first shorthanded goal in CCHA play in the Billikens’ 6-3 loss at Ohio State.

February 25-26, 1972 Ohio State’s Bill McKenzie records the first shutouts in CCHA play, 4-0 and 3-0, against Ohio University in a home-and-home series.

January 13, 1973 Fred Jacoby, commissioner of the Mid-American Conference, is invited to become the commissioner of the CCHA by the league’s faculty athletic representatives. Jacoby accepts soon after. The league office is based out of Columbus, Ohio.

June 24, 1973 The CCHA holds its first formal meetings of member athletic directors at the Denver Hilton Hotel in Denver, Colo. The league is divided into two divisions – Division I and Division II – based on program funding. Institutional commitment to the CCHA is required by September 1, 1973. Ohio University drops its program and Ohio State becomes an independent, rendering the CCHA a three-team league for the 1973-74 and 1974-75 seasons.

April 24, 1975 After a two-year absence, Ohio State rejoins the CCHA as a full member.

Summer, 1975 After capturing the CCHA Division II title for two consecutive years, Western Michigan moves up to Division I for the 1975-76 season.

January 14, 1976 Northern Michigan University is accepted as a probationary member for 1976-77 and its games played against CCHA members do not count in the league standings.

May 13, 1976 The Division II league expands to include Chicago State University, University of Illinois-Chicago Circle, Hillsdale College, Lake Forest College and Ferris State College. The CCHA establishes Player of the Year and All-Conference Team selections.

1976-77 season The CCHA becomes an allied member of the NCAA and is eligible for participation in the NCAA Tournament.

January 10, 1977 The first CCHA logo is approved.

MOMENTS IN HISTORY

April, 1971

April 21, 1977 Northern Michigan University is granted full membership starting with the 1977-78 season.

April 20, 1978 The CCHA establishes the Freshman of the Year and Player of the Week awards.

November 11, 1978 Northern Michigan sophomore forward Bill Joyce is named the first CCHA Player of the Week after registering 4-5-9 in a sweep of Miami University.

January 6, 1979 Over the weekend Bowling Green improves to 23-3-1 (13-0 in the CCHA) and is ranked No. 1 in the nation by WMPL Radio after garnering seven of a possible 10 first-place votes. It’s the first No. 1 ranking by a CCHA team.

May 17, 1979 Ferris State College is accepted as a full member for the 1979-80 season. The CCHA establishes the All-Academic Team.

May 22, 1979 Citing financial reasons, St. Louis University, a founding member of the CCHA, announces it is dropping its program effective immediately.

March 29, 1980 Northern Michigan finishes as the runner-up to champion University of North Dakota in the NCAA Tournament at Providence, R.I. It is the highest NCAA Tournament finish for a CCHA team. The Wildcats’ Rick Comley is the first CCHA coach to receive the Spencer Penrose Memorial Trophy as the Division I Coach of the Year.

April 24, 1980 After two seasons as an independent varsity program, Miami is accepted into the CCHA as a full member for the 1980-81 season, but is unable to compete in the postseason due to “a phase-in of scheduling.” For the 1980-81 season, Miami’s road games vs. CCHA opponents count in the standings for the home team only.

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May 22, 1980

The CCHA announces the University of Michigan and the University of Notre Dame will withdraw from the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and join the CCHA for the 1981-82 season.

June 12, 1980

The CCHA announces Michigan State University and Michigan Technological University will withdraw from the WCHA and join the CCHA for the 1981-82 season.

September 18, 1980

The University of Illinois-Chicago Circle is accepted by the CCHA on a probationary basis for the 1981-82 season. Games against CCHA teams do not count in the league standings and UI-CC is not eligible for postseason play.

April 23, 1981

The CCHA accepts the MacNaughton Cup as the league regular-season championship trophy. The trophy, first awarded in 1914 and serving as the WCHA regular-season championship trophy since 1955, follows Michigan Tech into the league.

December 29-30, 1981

For the first time, the Great Lakes Invitational features four teams from the CCHA – regular participants Michigan Tech, Michigan and Michigan State and Notre Dame. All four schools are in their first season as members of the conference having withdrawn from the WCHA. Notre Dame wins the tournament, 8-3, over Michigan Tech. Irish goaltender Dave Laurion, who would coach Alaska Fairbanks for six seasons, is named Most Valuable Player of the 17th annual GLI.

March 5, 1982

The first media all-star team, the South Bend Tribune All-CCHA Team, is published. Named to the First Team are: Goal - Ron Scott of Michigan State; Defense - Steve Richmond of Michigan and Brian MacLellan of Bowling Green; Forward – Brian Hills and George McPhee of Bowling Green and Dave Poulin of Notre Dame. Named to the Second Team are: Goal – Jon Elliott of Michigan; Defense – Jim File of Ferris State and Gary Haight of Michigan State; Forward – Newell Brown and Mark Hamway of Michigan State and Ross Fitzpatrick of Western Michigan. The media also selects Bowling Green coach Jerry York as the CCHA Coach of the Year, Scott as the Player of the Year and Elliott as the Freshman of the Year.

March 13-14, 1982

The first CCHA Championship (semifinals, consolation and final) is played at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena. In the semifinals, Notre Dame defeats Bowling Green, 8-5, and M ichigan State defeats Michigan Tech, 3-2. Michigan State wins the tournament championship, 4-1, over Notre Dame. Bowling Green downs Michigan Tech, 2-1, in the consolation game.

March 14, 1982

Bowling Green senior forward George McPhee becomes the first CCHA player to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

May 5, 1982 University of Illinois-Chicago Circle is granted full membership for the 1982-83 season.

September 1, 1982 The University of Illinois-Chicago Circle merges with area state institutions and changes its name to the University of Illinois-Chicago.

November 1, 1982 James Ruehl, 52, an associate professor of Health Physical Education and Recreation at Bowling Green and the director of the BGSU Ice Arena, becomes commissioner of the CCHA. Ruehl, who served as the CCHA’s supervisor of officials for the last two seasons, replaces Fred Jacoby, who resigned to become commissioner of the Southwest Conference.

November 12-13, 1982 The University of Illinois-Chicago’s Colin Chin registers a hat trick against Notre Dame on Friday and an “un-hat trick” on Saturday as three potential goals are disallowed (1-being in the crease, 2-using a high stick, and 3-scoring while a penalty was being called against UIC).

November 19-20, 1982 John Ricci and his son Brien are the first father-son tandem to officiate a CCHA game. The Hancock, Mich., natives work the Illinois-Chicago at Northern Michigan series.

January 22, 1983 Bowling Green’s Garry Galley scores twice in sudden-death overtime at Northern Michigan, giving the Falcons a 7-6 win. Galley’s first goal was disallowed because of an illegal stick.

March 4, 1983 Bowling Green freshman forward Jamie Wansbrough scores five goals in an 8-3 win over Notre Dame in the CCHA quarterfinals and sets a CCHA record for most goals in a game.

March 12, 1983 In the “All-American Shoot-Out,” Michigan State All-American goaltender Ron Scott stops Bowling Green All-American forward Brian Hills on a penalty shot at 4:35 of overtime in the CCHA title game at Joe Louis Arena. Michigan State wins the game, 4-3, on a goal by captain Mark Hamway at 6:18.

Spring, 1983

Garry Galley - Bowling Green

Notre Dame drops its hockey program to club status, reducing the CCHA to an 11-team league. Ross Fitzpatrick Western Michigan

March 24, 1984

Michigan Tech’s legendary John MacInnes coaches his last college hockey game – a 2-1 loss to Bowling Green in the CCHA consolation game. MacInnes retires as the all-time winningest coach in college hockey with a 555-295-39 record.

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Bowling Green wins the national title, 5-4, over Minnesota-Duluth, at Lake Placid, N.Y., on sophomore Gino Cavallini’s goal at 7:11 of the fourth overtime. At 97:11, it is the longest championship game in NCAA Tournament history and the first national title won by a CCHA team in the 13-year history of the league.

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Northern Michigan announces it will withdraw from the CCHA and join the WCHA for the 1984-85 season.

January 6, 1984

Michigan Tech announces it will withdraw from the CCHA and join the WCHA for the 1984-85 season. The MacNaughton Cup, awarded to the league’s regular-season champion, follows the Huskies back to the WCHA.

December 15, 1984

Lake Superior State goaltender Randy Exelby is pulled seven times in one game, six times in the third period, for an extra skater. The move pays off as the Lakers score three times with the extra attacker in a come-frombehind 7-6 win in overtime against Illinois-Chicago.

February 9, 1985

Michigan State earns its 25th win of the season, 3-1, over Bowling Green, breaking the Falcons’ CCHA record for wins in a season set in 1982-83. The Spartans build upon the total and finish the season with 27 wins.

January 24, 1986 Michigan State’s Mike Donnelly owns the CCHA regular-season record for goals in a game for little more than a month as Western Michigan’s Dan Dorion ties the mark with five goals in an 11-7 win over Ohio State.

February 7, 1986 Michigan State’s Mike Donnelly scores his 38th goal and breaks the CCHA record for goals in a season, which was held by Ohio State’s Andy Browne (37 in 1982-83). Donnelly scores eight more goals in CCHA play, finishing with a league record of 46.

March 29, 1986 Mike Donnelly’s second goal of the game and NCAA-record 59th goal of the season with 2:51 remaining lifts Michigan State to a 6-5 win over Harvard for the national championship at Providence, R.I. It is the second NCAA title by a CCHA team.

January 2-3, 1987

March 2, 1985

Bruce Tillotson scores at :40 of overtime, giving Ohio State a 5-4 win at Western Michigan in the shortest overtime game in the CCHA playoffs.

Bowling Green senior goaltender Gary Kruzich ties and breaks Cornell netminder Ken Dryden’s record for NCAA career wins with his 76th and 77th victories in a sweep of Lake Superior. Kruzich finishes his career with 88 wins.

March 7, 1985

March 5, 1987

The first CCHA Awards Banquet is held in the Olympia Room at Joe Louis Arena.

March 9, 1985

The CCHA consolation and final games set a second-day championship record of 20,067 at Joe Louis Arena. Ohio State beats Bowling Green, 7-4, in the consolation game. Michigan State wins the title, 5-1, over Lake Superior.

April 29, 1985

Randy Exelby Lake Superior State University

Alan Eagleson, Executive Director of the National Hockey League Players’ Association, is the guest speaker at the CCHA Annual Awards Banquet.

November 4, 1987

MOMENTS IN HISTORY

January 5, 1984

Lake Superior State and Ferris State are granted university status by the State of Michigan. The schools are now known as Lake Superior State University and Ferris State University.

March 4, 1988 Bowling Green’s Matt Ruchty scores at 2:10 of the fourth overtime to give the Falcons a 5-4 win over Ferris State in the opening game of the their first-round CCHA Tournament series. The game lasts 92:10 and is the longest game involving two CCHA teams. Ferris State goaltender Marc Felicio sets a CCHA record with 61 saves.

Commissioner Jim Ruehl announces his retirement, effective June 30. The CCHA adopts a new logo.

July 1, 1985

Bill Beagan, 47, former commissioner of the International Hockey League and former National Hockey League official, is named commissioner of the CCHA.

Summer, 1985

The CCHA Offices move from Bowling Green, Ohio, to Ann Arbor, Mich.

November 15-16, 1985

The National Hockey League uses Michigan State’s exhibition series with Team Canada at Munn Arena as its first experiment with video replay. The test allows Spartans’ coach Ron Mason and Team Canada coach Dave King the opportunity to contest two officiating calls each during the game. Mason contests one on Friday; King contests one on Saturday. Both calls are upheld. NHL Director of Officials John McCauley oversees the experiment.

December 14-15, 1985

Michigan State’s Mike Donnelly scores five goals in a 6-5 overtime win over Ohio State. He ties the CCHA league record for goals in a game set by Bowling Green’s Jamie Wansbrough. However, Donnelly owns the regular-season distinction as Wansbrough reached the mark in the playoffs. Donnelly registers a hat trick the next day in an 8-0 victory over the Buckeyes and is named CCHA Player of the Week.

Michigan State senior forward Mike Donnelly sets the NCAA record for goals in a single season with 59 in 1986.

March 10, 1988 National Hockey League president John Ziegler is the guest speaker at the annual CCHA Awards Banquet.

April 2, 1988 Mark Vermette scores at 4:46 of overtime giving Lake Superior a 4-3 win over host St. Lawrence for the Lakers’ first NCAA title. It is the third national championship for a CCHA team, the second on the 1980 Rink at Lake Placid, N.Y. Lakers’ coach Frank Anzalone is awarded the Spencer Penrose Memorial Trophy as the Division I Coach of the Year.

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March 3-4, 1989

Lake Superior State’s Bruce Hoffort records the first back-to-back CCHA Tournament shutouts in a 5-0, 3-0, sweep of Ferris State.

March 11-12, 1989

The CCHA Championship at Joe Louis Arena sets the league’s two-day attendance record of 34,796 (17,124 and 17,672). Michigan State defeats Bowling Green, 3-2, and Lake Superior State downs Illinois-Chicago, 6-3, in the semifinals. The Spartans win the championship, 4-1, over the Lakers. The Falcons beat the Flames, 5-3, in the consolation game.

February 10, 1990

M ichigan State defeats Miami, 5-3, and sets the CCHA record with a 24-game unbeaten streak (22-0-2). The Spartans’ unbeaten streak ends at 27 games (24-0-3) after losing the last game of the season, 3-2, to Lake Superior State. The Spartans finish the season with league records for points (55, 26-3-3) and road wins (14).

February 17, 1990

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is granted affiliate membership in the CCHA beginning with the 1992-93 season.

January 31, 1992

Michigan senior forward Denny Felsner scores his 93rd goal in CCHA play, breaking the CCHA career goal mark of 92 set by Bowling Green’s Jamie Wansbrough (1983-86). Felsner scores his goal on the power play at 8:51 of the second period in a 4-3 win over Lake Superior State. Felsner finishes his career with 104 goals in CCHA play.

February, 1992

Bowling Green’s Kevin Dahl, Michigan’s Todd Brost and Michigan State’s Jason Woolley capture the silver medal with Team Canada at the 1992 Olympics in Albertville, France.

March 7, 1992

Bowling Green’s record run of 20 consecutive CCHA playoff appearances ends as the Falcons finish ninth and miss the playoffs for the first time since the league’s inception.

March 28, 1992

For the first time in CCHA history and the second time in NCAA history, three teams from the same conference advance to the NCAA Tournament semifinals - Lake Superior State, Michigan and Michigan State.

April 4, 1992 Matt Ruchty’s overtime goal on March 4, 1988 ended in what, at the time, was the longest game in CCHA history.

In Bowling Green’s last league game of the season, senior forward Nelson Emerson registers his 220th CCHA point - the first goal in a 2-1 win over Illinois-Chicago - and becomes the league’s all-time leading scorer, surpassing Western Michigan’s Dan Dorion by a single point.

March 10, 1990

The CCHA semifinals at Joe Louis Arena set a first-day championship record of 18,126, breaking the previous record of 17,124 set in 1989. Michigan State downs Michigan, 4-3 in overtime, and Lake Superior State beats Bowling Green, 4-2, in the semifinals. The next day, the Wolverines defeat the Falcons, 5-4, in the consolation game and the Spartans win the title, 4-3, over the Lakers.

April 1, 1990

Michigan State senior Kip Miller becomes the second CCHA player to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

January 7, 1991

Kent State University is admitted as the CCHA’s 10th member by vote of the CCHA Council. The Golden Flashes begin league play in 1992-93.

February 15, 1991

In a 9-6 loss at Illinois-Chicago, Ohio State sophomore goaltender Mike Bales makes 43 saves and becomes the CCHA’s single-season saves leader with 958, surpassing Western Michigan’s Glenn Healy (950 in 1984-85). Bales extends his record to 1,032 saves in 32 league games.

February 18, 1991

In support of American troops fighting in the Persian Gulf, PASS (Pro Am Sports Systems) announces it will transmit the CCHA Game of the Week, along with Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings games, to Saudi Arabia by approval of the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.

November 11, 1991

The University of Notre Dame’s application to rejoin the CCHA for the 1992-93 season is approved by the league’s athletic directors. The Irish dropped their program to club status after the 1982-83 season and are in their fourth season as an independent varsity team.

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January 12, 1992

Lake Superior State beats Wisconsin, 5-3, in Albany, N.Y., for the Lakers’ first NCAA title under coach Jeff Jackson. It is the Lakers’ second NCAA championship and fourth by a CCHA team.

April 11, 1992

Michigan State’s Ron Mason receives the Spencer Penrose Award as Division I Coach of the Year from the American Hockey Coaches Association.

October 25, 1992

The Player of the Week is separated into two categories – offensive and defensive. Michigan sophomore forward Mike Knuble is named Offensive Player of the Week after scoring five goals in a sweep of Ferris State. Kent State junior goaltender Scott Shaw is named Defensive Player of the Week after the Golden Flashes registered their first two CCHA wins, 2-1 in overtime and 7-5, over Notre Dame.

March 12, 1993

Michigan State’s Ron Mason notches his 674th win and passes former Boston College coach Len Ceglarski to become the all-time leader among NCAA Division I coaches in career victories. The Spartans beat Kent State, 6-5, in the first round of the CCHA Tournament.

April 1, 1993

Miami’s George Gwozdecky is named Division I Coach of the Year after leading the Michigan’s Denny Felsner set a new Redskins to their first CCHA CCHA record for career goals on January 31, 1992. regular-season title, their first appearance in the CCHA Championship game and first NCAA Tournament berth.

November 26, 1993

Michigan’s Steve Shields shuts out Minnesota, 6-0, and becomes the NCAA all-time leader in career wins. He breaks the mark of 88 set by Bowling Green’s Gary Kruzich (1983-87). Shields finishes his career with 111 victories.

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Michigan’s Steve Shields registers his 68th CCHA win, 6-3 at Western Michigan, and passes Bowling Green’s Gary Kruzich on the CCHA career wins chart. Shields finishes his career with 81 CCHA wins.

January 11, 1994

John Gruden of Ferris State fired four goals in victory over Notre Dame on Jan. 11,1994 to tie the CCHA record for goals in a game by a defenseman.

Michigan and Notre Dame break the NCAA regular-season single-game attendance record with a crowd of 20,889 at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Michigan defeats Notre Dame, 9-3. The two teams set the previous record of 20,427 on January 21, 1994, a 3-1 Michigan win.

March 31, 1995

Ferris State defenseman John Gruden scores four goals in a 10-6 win over Notre Dame, tying the CCHA record for goals in a game by a defenseman set by Western Michigan’s Wayne Gagne. Gagne tallied his four goals in a 8-6 win over Michigan on December 6, 1985.

Bowling Green senior forward Brian Holzinger becomes the third CCHA player to receive the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

January 15, 1994

Michigan senior forward Brendan Morrison scores at 3:35 of the first overtime to give the Wolverines a 3-2 win over Colorado College for their eighth national title, in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the sixth national title by a CCHA team.

Michigan jumps out to a 16-0-1 start in league play, the longest unbeaten streak to start a CCHA season. The Wolverines’ run ends on January 21 in a 6-3 loss to Michigan State.

March 18, 1994 Michigan State coach Ron Mason becomes the all-time winningest college hockey coach in North America passing University of Alberta coach Clare Drake’s total of 697. Down 2-0, the Spartans tie the game with :19 left and defeat Bowling Green, 3-2, in overtime in the CCHA quarterfinals.

March 20, 1994 Michigan’s Brian Wiseman Michigan State defeated Kent State, 6-5 in a playoff game on March scores at 16:18 of the first 12, 1993 to make Ron Mason the period of the CCHA title game, winningest coach in NCAA history. ending Lake Superior State goaltender Blaine Lacher’s league tournament shutout streak at 271:38. Lacher’s streak began at 2:40 of the third period of the 1993 CCHA semifinals and spanned six games. Michigan defeats the Lakers, 3-0.

March 28, 1996 The University of IllinoisChicago announces the discontinuation of its hockey program effective immediately.

March 30, 1996

August 19, 1996 The CCHA Council approves N o r t h e r n M i c h i g a n ’s application to rejoin the league for the 1997-98 season. The Wildcats, who joined the CCHA in 1977-78, spent 13 years (1984-1997) as members of the WCHA.

April 13, 1994 The CCHA announces that Kent State is dropping its hockey program effective immediately.

May 12, 1994 Alaska Fairbanks is admitted as a full member effective for the 1995-96 season, by vote of the CCHA Council.

Brian Holzinger became the third CCHA player to win the Hobey Baker Award when he was named college hockey’s best player on March 31, 1995.

March 13, 1997 Michigan senior forward Brendan Morrison becomes the first two-time winner of the CCHA Player of the Year award. Two weeks later he becomes the fourth CCHA player to receive the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

January 9, 1998 Michigan goaltender Marty Turco defeats Bowling Green, 4-2, for his 112th win and becomes the NCAA’s all-time winningest goaltender, breaking former Wolverine Steve Shields’ mark of 111. Turco finishes his career with 127 wins.

April 2, 1994 At St. Paul, Minn., Lake Superior State defeats Boston University, 9-1, for its third national title in seven years. The final score is the largest margin of victory in an NCAA title game. It is the fifth national title by a CCHA team.

MOMENTS IN HISTORY

January 21, 1995

December 4, 1993

February 28, 1998 Michigan State goaltender Chad Alban became the first college goaltender to be credited with a goal by shooting it into the net.

Michigan State goaltender Chad Alban scores an empty-net goal with 13 seconds left in a 6-3 win over Ferris State. He becomes the fourth CCHA goaltender to be credited with a goal, but the first to shoot the puck himself into the opposing net.

March 7, 1998 In the second to last league game of the season, Michigan’s Marty Turco makes 35 saves in a 1-0 win over Notre Dame and breaks former Wolverine Steve Shields’ CCHA career victories mark of 81. Turco beats Bowling Green the next night, 5-4, for a career total of 83 CCHA wins.

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March 18, 1998

April 26, 2000

Tom Anastos, a former standout forward at Michigan State and

By unanimous vote of head coaches and league athletic directors, the CCHA Championship trophy is named the Mason Cup in honor of Ron Mason of Michigan State, college hockey’s all-time winningest coach.

commissioner of the North American Hockey League, is named commissioner of the CCHA. He takes over for Bill Beagan who retires

February 10, 2001

after 13 years. Anastos is the fourth commissioner in the league’s 27 years.

April 2, 1998 Michigan goaltender Marty Turco, already the CCHA and NCAA all-time wins leader, becomes the all-time wins leader in NCAA Tournament history with a 4-0 victory over New Hampshire in the NCAA semifinals, passing Marc Behrend of Wisconsin. Turco also becomes the tournament’s all-time shutout leader with two. Ohio State, making its first NCAA Tournament appearance, reaches the end of its run in the semifinals with a 5-2 loss to Boston College.

April 4, 1998 Sophomore forward Josh Langfeld scores at 17:51 of overtime giving Michigan a 3-2 win over Boston College and the Wolverines their ninth national championship, at the FleetCenter in Boston, Mass. It is the seventh national title for a CCHA team since 1984.

June 24, 1998 The University of Nebraska at Omaha is admitted to the CCHA for the 1999-2000 season.

February 5, 1999 Bowling Green, the longest-continuing member of the CCHA, plays its 700th league game. The Falcons lose to Ohio State, 3-2. BGSU’s first CCHA game was January 7, 1972, a 5-2 win at Ohio University.

Michigan State blanks Alaska Fairbanks, 3-0, as sophomore goalie Ryan Miller records his 17th career shutout breaking the NCAA all-time record held by Wally Easton (1927-31) of Clarkson University which had stood for 70 years.

April 5, 2001 Ryan Miller becomes the s eco n d go a l ten d er a n d 2001 national award winners Jason second Michigan State Cupp (left) of Nebraska-Omaha and Spartan to win the Hobey Ryan Miller of Michigan State. B a k e r M e m o r i a l Awa rd. Nebrask a- Omaha senior forward Jason Cupp is named recipient of the 2001 Hockey Humanitarian Award, which is given annually to college hockey’s finest citizen.

October 6, 2001 Michigan and Michigan State establish a new world record for attendance at a hockey game when 74,544 fans see the Wolverines and Spartans skate to a 3-3 tie at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, Mich.

October 20, 2001

history.

Michigan State blanks Ferris State, 2-0, as college hockey’s all-time winningest coach, Ron Mason, records his 900th victory. Michigan’s Red Berenson earns his 450th win on the same night as the Wolverines defeat Western Michigan, 5-3.

May 26, 1999

October 24, 2002

The NCAA grants the CCHA permission to experiment with the fourfollowing two seasons.

Michigan State head coach Rick Comley records his 600th career win over Lake Superior, 7-0, to rank third among active coaches and seventh all-time.

January 21, 2000

November 16, 2002

March 12, 1999 The CCHA unveils a new logo, the third in the conference’s 28-year

man officiating system for a maximum of 25 games during each of the

Western Michigan freshman goaltender Mike Mantua becomes the first goaltender in WMU history to score a goal when he wristed a shot the length of the ice into an empty net in a 4-1 home-ice win over Ferris State. Mantua is just the second CCHA goaltender to ever score a goal off a shot, joining MSU’s Chad Alban who performed the feat in February 1998.

Exactly 363 days after setting the NCAA on-campus hockey attendance record at 17,239, Ohio State broke it by drawing 17,343 fans to a 6-4

March 1, 2003

loss to Michigan at the Value City Arena.

March 18, 2000

Michigan’s Red Berenson becomes the 14th head coach in NCAA ice hockey history to achieve 500 wins with a 5-4 victory over Michigan

Value City Arena

Michigan State senior forward Shawn Horcoff and freshman goaltender Ryan Miller lead the Spartans to their CCHA-best ninth tournament title, defeating Nebraska-Omaha, in its first year in the conference, 6-0 in the championship game. Horcoff, who earned a league-record five individual awards in 1999-2000, posted a goal and an assist in the championship game, while Miller earned tournament MVP honors, posting his second shutout of the weekend.

State at Joe Louis Arena.

March 22, 2003 The 2003 Super 6 Championship game between Ferris State and Michigan draws the second-largest CCHA championship game crowd in history with 19,097 fans in attendance.

March 29, 2003 Ferris State made its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament with a 5-2 win over North Dakota in the West Regional in Minneapolis, Minn.

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January 29, 2005

Ferris State’s Bob Daniels is named

Miami head coach Enrico Blasi becomes the second coach in Miami hockey history to win 100 or more games with a 5-3 win at Ferris State.

Division I Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to their first CCHA regular-season title and their first NCAA tournament berth.

February 12, 2005

The season also produced a Hobey

Michigan head coach Red Berenson picks up the 555th victory of his college career in a 4-3 win over NebraskaOmaha. He is now tied with John MacInnes (Michigan Tech) for eighth place on the all-time coaching wins list.

Baker Hat Trick finalist in CCHA Player of the Year Chris Kunitz. 2003 Division I Coach of the Year Bob Daniels of Ferris State with his Hobey Baker Hat Trick finalist Chris Kunitz.

November 21, 2003 Mike Kemp reaches the 100-win plateau with a 4-1 victory over Ferris State. Kemp has been the

head coach of the Mavericks since the program’s inception in 1997 and has averaged 16 wins in each of his first six seasons behind the bench.

Three-time CCHA Coach of the Year, Enrico Blasi, reached his 100th victory as head coach of Miami on Jan. 29, 2005.

February 18, 2005

The gold medal captured in Finland by the United States, led by Al

A crowd of 7,948 watched as Michigan defeated Notre Dame, 9-2, in the first college hockey game at Ft. Wayne Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.

Montoya and Matt Hunwick (Michigan), Dominic Vicari, Corey Potter

March 11, 2005

January 5, 2004 and David Booth (Michigan State), marks the first time since 1996 that a CCHA player has been a part of an International Ice Hockey World Junior Championship team. Mike Watt of MSU and Jason Botterill and Robb Gordon of UM all played on Canada’s gold-medal winning entry that year. Montoya was named the top goaltender of the WJC, compiling a 6-0-0 record, 0.86 goals-against average and .960 save percentage.

February 14, 2004 Bowling Green and Lake Superior skate to the fifth and sixth scoreless ties in CCHA history on Nov. 15, 2003 and Feb. 14, 2004. Ferris State also skated to a 0-0 deadlock in nonconference action with Findlay of College Hockey America on Jan. 24.

March 21, 2004 A record five teams - Miami, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State - qualify for the NCAA Tournament. Notre Dame made its first NCAA Tournament appearance in the Midwest Regional against two-time defending national champion Minnesota. A record 13 CCHA

Alaska Fairbanks freshman Ryan McLeod set three new CCHA individual playoff records when he scored at the five-second mark and again at the 13-second mark of a 6-3 win at Bowling Green. McLeod’s opening goal was the fastest ever to start a CCHA playoff game (:09 Gord Flegel, MSU, 1983), the two goals in eight seconds shattered the previous record of 38 seconds (Adam Hall, MSU, 1999) and erased the previous mark of fastest two Ryan Mcleod set three goals to start a game (3:56, Denny Felsner, records during a playoff UM, 1992). game against Bowling Green in 2005. March 18, 2005 Buckeye head coach John Markell earns his 200th-career coaching win against Michigan State in the CCHA Super 6 semifinals. He is 200-172-32 in his 10th full season at the helm.

April 9, 2005

victory when the Bulldogs beat Western Michigan, 6-2.

An all-CCHA officiating staff worked the NCAA Frozen Four. This is the first time that all three games have been officiated by one conference. Thirteen officials were selected to work the Regionals. Referee Steve Piotrowski and assistant referees Paul Tunison and Kevin Langseth skated the championship game.

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June 23, 2005

officials were also selected to work the tournament.

December 4, 2004 Ferris State bench boss Bob Daniels records his 200th college coaching

FSU becomes the first visiting team to win the Badger Showdown title in back-to-back years when they beat No. 4 host Wisconsin, 5-3,

The CCHA and Detroit Metro Sports Commission’s bid to host the NCAA Frozen Four at Ford Field was selected for 2010. The Frozen Four has not

on New Year’s Day. FSU had four individuals on the All-Tournament

been in Detroit since 1990 at Joe Louis Arena.

team including senior forwards Jeff Legue and Derek Nesbitt, senior

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defenseman Matt York and senior goalie Mike Brown. Legue was also named MVP.

January 21, 2005

Video Replay makes its CCHA debut. Michigan, Michigan State and Western Michigan all utilized the system which was called upon three times during its first weekend. The Munn Ice Arena system in East Lansing

Michigan State head coach Rick Comley picked up his 656th career win

made the first video replay call, upholding the referee’s decision.

in an 8-0 shutout of Lake Superior to move into sixth-place on the NCAA’s

January 14, 2006

all-time wins list, surpassing former Wisconsin and Colorado College coach Jeff Sauer who has 655 career victories.

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April 17, 2003

Michigan State head coach Rick Comley moved into fifth-place on the alltime college hockey coaching with a 2-1 victory over Alaska-Fairbanks. The victory gave Comley the 675th victory of his career, enough to pass former Clarkson and Boston College mentor Len Ceglarski for fifth place all-time in the NCAA annals.

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January 6, 2007

Michigan State’s Rick Comley becomes just the fifth coach in college hockey history to record 700 wins as the Spartans post a 4-1 victory at Miami.

January 12, 2007

Michigan head coach Red Berenson picked up his 600th career victory with a 5-2 win over Northern Michigan at Yost Ice Arena. He ranks eighth

Michigan’s Kevin Porter becomes the sixth CCHA player to capture the Hobey Baker Award when he is named college hockey’s most outstanding player at the Frozen Four in Denver. Miami’s Ryan Jones was part of the Hobey Hat Trick marking the first time that two of the three Hobey finalists came from the CCHA.

April 26, 2008

all time in NCAA Division I career victories.

Michigan’s Red Berenson is named the AHCA Men’s Division I Coach of the Year for the first time.

March 17, 2007

October 11, 2009

David Brown stopped 31 shots and earned MVP honors.

After a 3-3 tie, Ohio State outscores Miami, 3-1 at Value City Arena in the first regular-season shootout in CCHA history. OSU Senior forward Corey Elkins is credited with the first shootout goal against Miami freshman goalie Cody Reichard.

April 7, 2007

April 11, 2009

Notre Dame captured its first ever CCHA Tournament Championship with a 2-1 win over Michigan at Joe Louis Arena. Fighting Irish goaltender

After defeating Bemidji State, 4-1 two days earlier in their first appearance at the Frozen Four, the Miami RedHawks fell, 4-3 in overtime to Boston University. Miami’s participation in the title game marked the first time that three different CCHA teams competed in the title game in as many years.

Michigan State captures its third national championship and first since 1986 with a thrilling 3-1 win over Boston College in St. Louis. Spartans sophomore forward Justin A b d e l k a d e r s c o re d t h e game-winning goal with 18.9 seconds remaining in

March 20, 2010

Despite a seventh-place finish in the regular season, Michigan tops Northern Michigan, 2-1, to win the CCHA Tournament and advance to the NCAA Tournament for a 20th straight season. No team that had been seeded lower than fourth had ever won the title.

regulation, breaking a 1-1 tie.

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June 7, 2007

Steve Piotrowski ends a distinguished on-ice career Justin Abdelkader scored with 18.9 and is named the CCHA’s new seconds left to give MSU its third Director of Officials. A former national championship. Ferris State player, Piotrowski wore the stripes for 26 years at the college level and officiated 14 NCAA Tournaments, including six national championship games.

Feb. 22, 2008

Michigan’s Red Berenson coaches his 1,000th college game at Michigan State where his Wolverines fall, 5-2 to the Spartans. One of just eight men in history with more than 600 wins at the college level, Berenson is honored the following night at Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena prior to the Wolverines 5-2 victory over the Spartans.

J.P. Platisha’s goal in triple overtime ended the longest game in CCHA history and gave Nebraska-Omaha a 4-3 win in the deciding game of a firstround playoff series against Alaska.

The CCHA, along with the Detroit Sports Commission, plays host to the Frozen Four at Ford Field in Detroit. It marks the first time that a non-traditional hockey venue has hosted the event. A record-crowd of 37,902 watched Boston College beat Wisconsin, 5-0, in the title game.

December 11, 2010

The “Big Chill at the Big House” set a world record for the highest ice hockey game attendance, with a crowd of 104,173 people. The contest saw Michigan defeat Michigan State, 5-0, on an ice rink constructed on the turf of Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich.

March 19, 2011

The Miami RedHawks claimed their first Mason Cup in the 30th year the championship tournament was held at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. Miami defeated Notre Dame in the semifinals, 6-2, then defeated Western Michigan in the title game, 5-2.

April 8, 2011

March 9, 2008

Nebraska-Omaha defeated Alask a, 4-3 in a triple overtime game that is the longest in CCHA history. Junior forward J.P. Platisha scored his first goal since Nov. 26, 2005 at 4:22 of the third extra period in the deciding game of a firstround playoff series. The CCHA’s previous longest game had occurred on March 4, 1988 when Bowling Green defeated Ferris State, 5-4 in a

Miami senior forward Andy Miele becomes the first RedHawk and seventh CCHA player to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

May 2, 2011

contest that last 92:10.

Fred Pletsch, a member of the CCHA staff since 2001, is named Commissioner of the The “Big Chill at the Big House” set a world CCHA following league record for hockey attendance at 104,173 at meetings in Naples, Fla. Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich. Pletsch had been serving as Interim Commissioner since March 23, when former Commissioner Tom Anastos resigned to become head coach at Michigan State.

April 10, 2008

June 28, 2012

Two CCHA teams met in the Frozen Four semifinals for just the third time (1984, 1992) with Notre Dame defeating Michigan, 5-4 in overtime. The Fighting Irish, the seventh different CCHA program to participate in the Frozen Four, became the sixth CCHA member to appear in the NCAA Championship game, where they suffered a 4-1 loss to Boston College.

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The CCHA announces a new “Celebrate the Legacy” slogan and logo developed to commemorate the league’s 42nd and final season in 2012-13. The new logo showcases the league’s traditional blue-colored player, along with a red banner, and focuses on the long and storied history of the CCHA that includes eight NCAA national championships, seven Hobey Baker Memorial Award winners, 179 All-Americans and 35 Stanley Cup champions.

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Each coach submits one player from his team in each category for consideration. All nominations are placed on a ballot and distributed to each coach. Coaches list their top three selections in each category. A first-place vote receives five points, second receives three points and third receives one point. Ballots are due the day after the regular season ends. Coaches may not vote for their own players. The award is presented to the player with the highest point total.

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

COACH OF THE YEAR

Chris Moynes (RBC, Left) and Torey Krug 2011-12 Player of the Year

Brian Wiseman (UM, Left) and Alex Guptill 2011-12 Rookie of the Year

Bob Daniels and Steve Cady (MIA, Right) 2011-12 Coach of the Yea