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2012-13 DARTMOUTH MEN’S HOCKEY ▶ GAME NOTES ▶ W, 2-1 W, 4-3 4 PM 4/7 PM 7 7 7 7 7 7 4 ▶DECEMBER 1 BENTLEY 7 5 VERMONT 7 LEDYARD BANK CLASSIC 30 UMass vs. Bemidji State% 4 DARTMOUTH vs. UNH% 7 31 Consolation/Championship% 4/7 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ▶JANUARY 4 @ Quinnipiac* 5 @ Princeton*^ 12 HARVARD*^ 18 @ Brown*^ 19 @ Yale*^ 25 ST. LAWRENCE* 26 CLARKSON* 7 4 7:30 7 7 7 7 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ▶FEBRUARY 1 @ Union*& 2 @ Rensselaer* 9 @ Harvard*^ 15 CORNELL*^ 16 COLGATE* 22 @ Clarkson* 23 @ St. Lawrence* 7:30 7 7 7 7 7 7 PM PM PM PM PM PM PM ▶MARCH 1 PRINCETON*^ 2 QUINNIPIAC* 8-10 ECAC Hockey First Round$ 15-17 ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals$ 22 ECAC Hockey Semifinals+ 23 ECAC Hockey Finals+ 7 PM 7 PM TBD TBD TBD TBD * - ECAC Hockey Game ^ - Ivy League Game ! - Ivy Shootout at Brown in Providence, R.I. % - Ledyard Classic $ - 1st Round and Quarterfinals played at campus sites + - Semifinals and Finals played at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J. & - Game Shown on NBC Sports Network HOME GAMES IN CAPS /DartmouthHockey @Dartmouth_MIH 1 2 DARTMOUTH (0-0) vs. YALE (0-0) ▶ Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 ▶ 4 PM ▶ Providence, R.I. ▶ Meehan Auditorium (2,495) ▶ All-Time Series: Yale, 106-87-13 ▶ Last Meeting: Feb. 18, 2012: W, 4-1 ▶ Streak: 0-10-0 DARTMOUTH (0-0) vs. BROWN (0-0) or PRINCETON (0-0) ▶ Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 ▶ 4/7 PM ▶ Providence, R.I. ▶ Meehan Auditorium (2,495) ▶ All-Time Series: 73-63-8 (B) and 93-82-15 (P) ▶ Streak: 8-0-1 (B) and 4-0-1 (P) ▶MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION Radio: WFRD 99.3 (Friday Only) Play-by-Play: Chris Garrett Color: N/A Live Stats and Audio: Live Video: Twitter: @Dartmouth_MIH and @DartmouthSports DARTMOUTH OPENS 2012-13 AT IVY SHOOTOUT IN PROVIDENCE ▶ THE WEEKEND For the third straight year, Dartmouth will start the season in the Ivy Shootout. Brown hosts for the first time and will take on Princeton in the Friday night game following the Big Green and Yale squaring off in the opening game of the weekend. Regardless of Friday’s outcomes, Brown will play the 7 p.m. game on Saturday in either the championship or consolation game. In each of the first two Ivy Shootouts the last two Octobers, Dartmouth has won its first game before falling to the Bulldogs in the second.Yale hosted the first tournament in 2010-11, while Thompson Arena was the host site a year ago. ▶ WHO’S BACK? Dartmouth returns five of its top six scorers from a season ago. Included in that mix is sophomore Tyler Sikura, who finished tied for the team lead with Doug Jones ’12 with 25 points a season ago. Now juniors, Eric Robinson and Matt Lindblad were statistical factors a year ago. Robinson led the Big Green with 12 goals last winter, while Lindblad’s 18 assists in just 26 games were also a team-high. ▶ THE BIG GREEN ARE BIG AGAIN This year’s team will be one of the largest Dartmouth squads in recent memory, earning the team’s namesake. The collection of 28 players average just shy of 6-foot-1 in height and right at 200 pounds in weight, proving to be one of the largest teams in ECAC Hockey. big green ▶OCTOBER 20 McGILL (Exhibition) 21 NORWICH (Scrimmage) ▶26 vs. Yale! ▶27 Championship/Consolation! ▶NOVEMBER 2 YALE*^ 3 BROWN*^ 9 RENSSELAER* 10 UNION* 16 @ Colgate* 17 @ Cornell*^ 24 @ Boston College GAME ▶SCHEDULE GAME Hanover, N.H. • Alumni Gymnasium • Thompson Arena • Assistant Director / Men’s Ice Hockey Contact: Pat Salvas • Office: (603) 646-9340 / ▶ SKILLED SOPHOMORES At the end of the 2011-12 regular season, no other freshman class in the league had accumulated as many goals as Dartmouth’s first-year players in league contests. The seven players combined for a total of 25 goals in the 22 ECAC Hockey games. Leading the way was Brandon McNally, a player that scored all 10 of his goals against conference foes, a figure that led the league. In the four postseason games, the then-freshman class also posted impressive numbers, totaling four goals and 10 assists for 14 points. ▶ WELCOME BACK The 2011-12 season was one to forget for the younger Walsh brother. Dustin played in the first five games of the year, scoring seven points (2g/5a), before suffering an injury that sidelined him for the next six. A return to the lineup in late December resulted in three more games and three more points (1g/2a), but was once again cut short with a re-aggravation of the same injury that ended his junior season altogether. In all, Walsh had 10 points (3g/7a) in just eight games for a 1.25 points-per game average. ▶ NHL CENTRAL SCOUTING Freshman Nick Bligh was the lone ECAC Hockey representative and just one of 10 NCAA student-athletes to be featured on NHL Central Scouting’s Preliminary List for the 2013 Entry Draft. The list is comprised of players from the major junior leagues across the continent, high schools and colleges that

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