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Adam Pawlick

Andrew Himelson

Cody Rosen

CLARKSON’S CLASS of 2013

The CLARKSON Lineup Tabel of Contents Index ...............................................................1 Pronunciation Guide .......................................1 Quick Facts ....................................................2 2 Administration ................................................3 3 Support Staff ...................................................4 4 Coaching Staff ................................................5 5 The University ..............................................11 University Quick Facts .................................12 2 Campus Map .................................................13 3 North Country ...............................................14 4 Cheel Arena...................................................15 5 Knights in the Community ............................19 9 Top Goals Scored at Cheel ............................20 0 2011-12 Final Statistics .................................26 6 2012-13 Outlook ...........................................31 Booster Club Awards ....................................35 5 2012-13 Roster ..............................................36 6 Player Profiles ...............................................37 7 2012-13 Opponents .......................................61 All-time Standings vs Opponents .................64 4 Hockey Tradition ..........................................67 7 All-Americas .................................................76 6 Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame ....................83 3 Arnold H. Barben Award ..............................844 Bill Harrison MVP Award .............................855 Goaltending Leaders .....................................86 6 100-Point Club ..............................................88 8 Records .........................................................89 9 Clarkson Hat Tricks .....................................90 0 Clarkson Shutouts .........................................92 2 ECAC Hockey Tournament Results .............94 4

Clarkson's ECAC Hockey Tr.History ...........98 C ECAC Hockey Tr. Champions ......................99 E NCAA Tournament Results ........................100 N Hockey's Longest Games ............................101 H Records Through the Years .........................102 R Coaching Records .......................................104 C All-Time Results .........................................106 A 330-Second Goals .........................................120 Yearly Scoring Leaders ...............................121 Y All-Time Knights ........................................123 A Knights and the NHL ..................................137 K NHL Draft ...................................................149 N Winners in Life ...........................................151 W IInternational Competitors ...........................152 ECAC Hockey ............................................154 E 22011-12 ECAC Hockey Standings .............155 ECAC Top 50 All-time Players ...................156 E ECAC Hockey All-Decade Teams ..............157 E Clarkson's ECAC Hockey All-Stars ...........158 C 22012-13 ECAC Hockey Schedule ..............160 Last Time ....................................................162 L Media Information ......................................163 M Travel Directions.........................................164 T CREDITS C The 2012-13 Clarkson University Hockey Media Guide is T ppublished by the Clarkson University Athletic Department aan and all rights are reserved. E Editor and Designer: Gary Mikel S Special Thanks: Bob Ahlfeld, Tommy Szarka, Frank Wilson P Photography: Gary Mikel, Chris Lenney, Mike Tansey, Lauren Magin, Jim Meagher

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Hunt....................................HUNT Pokulok ...................PO-kuh-luck Geiger ............................ GUY-gur Labrecque ................la – BRECK Boak................................... BOKE Fuchs ...............................FEWKS McPherson .............MIC-fear-son Tansey ............................TAN –zee Christian ..................CHRIS-chin Marsh ............................. MARSH Finch ................................. FINCH Sexton ............................. SEX-ton Pawlick .......................... PAW-lick Simon Bessette..... CE-moan BEH-set Powers ..........................POWERS Garlasco ................ GAR-lass-coh Burton .........................BUR-TON M. Zarbo .......................ZAR-boh Howden .....................HOW—den Himelson ................... HIM-ul-sen J. Zarbo .........................ZAR-boh Zion..................................... ZY-on DiNallo ..................... Du-NELL-o Megannety .......... MA-genn-a-tee Lewis.................................LEWIS Rosen ............................ ROW-zen Frederick ................. FRED-er-ick Carrabino........ CARE-uh-bee-no

Clarkson Hockey begins its 91st season of play in 2012-13.

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2012-13 CLARKSON UNIVERSITY HOCKEY FACTS Location........................................................ Potsdam, New York, 13699-5830 Founded...........................................................................................................1896 Enrollment .....................................................................................................3,000 President ...........................................................................................Tony Collins Director of Athletics ............................................................... Steve Yianoukos Athletic Department Telephone ............................................... 315-268-6622 Head Coach.......................................................................................Casey Jones Alma Mater ....................................................................Cornell University '90 at Clarkson/Overall ............................................................ 16-17-6 (2nd year) E-mail Address ................................................................ cjones@clarkson.edu Hockey Office Telephone ........................................................... 315-268-7704 Assistant Coach ...................................................................Phil Roy (2nd year) Alma Mater .................................................................. Clarkson University '00 E-mail Address ....................................................................proy@clarkson.edu Hockey Office Telephone ........................................................... 315-268-3756 Assistant Coach .............................................................Andy Jones (2nd year) Alma Mater ........................................................................Amherst College '00 E-mail Address ................................................................ ajones@clarkson.edu Hockey Office Telephone ........................................................... 315-268-7838 Strength & Conditioning Coach ..........................................Jaime Rodriguez Alma Mater ........................................................................... Lasell College '03 E-mail Address ............................................................. jrodrigu@clarkson.edu Men's Hockey Athletic Trainer ..........................................................Mike Pitts Alma Mater ..........................................................................SUNY Cortland '00 E-mail Address ................................................................ mpitts@clarkson.edu Nickname .................................................................................... Golden Knights Colors ..............................................Green (PMS 3305) and Gold (PMS 116) Conference .....................................................................ECAC Hockey League Affiliation ..................................................................................NCAA, Division I 2011-12 Overall Record ........................................................................ 16-17-6 2011-12 ECAC Hockey Record ................................................. 9-9-4 (T-6th) Captain ............................................................................................ Ben Sexton Alternate Captains ........................................................................................ TBA Lettermen Returning/Lost ...........................................................................18/8 - Forwards Returning/Lost ........................................................................10/6 - Defense Returning/Lost............................................................................ 7/0 - Goaltenders Returning/Lost .................................................................... 1/2 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director ...........................................................Gary Mikel Office Telephone........................................................................... 315-268-6673 Cell .................................................................................................. 315-212-5908 Fax ................................................................................................... 315-268-7613 E-mail ................................................................................ mikelg@clarkson.edu website ...................................................................www.clarksonathletics.com HOME ICE Rink ............................................. Cheel Arena at the Cheel Campus Center Capacity..........................................................................................................3,000 Ice Sheet .................................................................................................200' x 85' First Game .................................. 10/26/91 (Clarkson 9 - Boston College 3) Clarkson’s Record at Cheel ............................................ 235-105-38 (21 yrs) Postseason Record at Cheel ..................................... 26-10 (ECAC Playoffs) Press Box Telephone.................................................................... 315-268-6688 Assisant AD/Arena Director/Ticket Manager........................ Scott Smalling Ticket Office Telephone .............................................................. 315-268-7750

HOCKEY HISTORY

First Season ..............................................................................................1920-21 Overall Record ........................................................... 1,333-763-130 (90 yrs.) (.628 winning percentage) Winning Seasons ............................................................................................... 69 ECAC Regular Season Titles ........................................................................... 10 (1966, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1991, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2008) ECAC Championship Tournament Titles ...................................................Five (1966, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2007) ECAC Playoff Record ..................................................82-67-5 (.548 win pct.) NCAA Playoff Appearances ............................................................................ 20 (1957, 1958, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1970, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2007, 2008) All-Americas ......................................................... 36 (13 two-time recipients)

RETURNEES - 2011-12 STATISTICS Forwards (10) $Ben Sexton (BOS'09) Allan McPherson Joe Zarbo Will Frederick Patrick Marsh Matt Zarbo Adam Pawlick Jarrett Burton Mitch Zion Mike Garlasco

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

Gms 27 39 36 37 26 33 34 34 13 11

G-A-Pts 8-21-29 11-12-23 3-9-12 3-6-9 3-3-6 3-3-6 3-3-6 2-4-6 0-1-1 0-0-0

Defensemen (7) Sam Labrecque James Howden Kevin Tansey Alex Boak Andrew Himelson Chase Fuchs Nik Pokulok

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

37 37 39 39 38 9 35

8-15-23 2-7-9 2-7-9 3-5-8 2-6-8 0-3-3 0-3-3

Goaltenders (1) $Cody Rosen (NYI '10) Sr.

Gms 1

Sv% .789

GAA 8.73

Varsity Candidates (10) JD Carrabino, F So. Simon Bessette, F Fr. Todd Christian, F Fr. Jeff Dinallo, F Fr. Christian Finch, F Fr. Paul Geiger, D Fr. Andrew Hunt, G Fr. Greg Lewis, G Fr. Pat Megannety, F Fr. Christian Powers, F Fr.

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New Canaan, CT/Springfield Pics St. jean, QUE/Wellington Dukes Norwalk, CT/Notre Dame Hounds Aurura, ONT/Newmarket Hurricanes Claremont, ONT/Stouffville Spirit Stouffville, ONT/Stouffville Spirit Surrey, BC/Surrey Eagles Mars, PA/Wenatchee Wild Oakville, ONT/Georgetown Raiders Carlisle,ONT/Stouffville Spirit

$NHL Draft Choice (2)

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Tony Collins presents Erik Cole with his Clarkson jersey during an awards ceremony at Cheel Arena honoring the former Golden Knight all-star after his NHL team Carolina won the Stanley Cup in 2006.

ANTHONY G. COLLINS • PRESIDENT

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larkson University President Anthony G. Collins is a regional and national advocate for higher education industrial partnerships that couple research discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise for commercialization and economic development. With a focus on advancing sustainable energy solutions and environmental technology innovation, he serves as the president of the Seaway Private Equity Corporation that invests in new technology companies based in St. Lawrence County, New York and on the board for (TSEC) The Solar Energy Consortium which mobilizes related resources in New York state. He is also the vice chair of New York’s Commission of Independent Colleges and Universities and the chair of the national Association of Independent Technological Universities’ Public Relations Committee. President Collins serves on the boards of the Business Council of New York State, the Central New York Metropolitan Development Authority, the Essential New York Initiative, the New York Indoor Environmental Quality Center, and the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environment and Energy Systems, the New York State Smart Grid Consortium, and on the board of advisors of Sriya Innovations, Inc. Dr. Collins was among the primary architects of the Vision of a Clarkson Education that has guided evolution of the curriculum since 1995. As president, he now leads Clarkson’s Evolution to Excellence, a comprehensive strategic plan elevating the University’s academic reputation, strengthening its financial resources, and increasing the lifetime engagement of alumni. Growing up outside Melbourne, Australia, Dr. Collins earned an undergraduate civil engineering degree from Monash University, and then master’s and doctoral degrees from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. Prior to his doctoral studies, he worked for both Australian Consolidated Industries and Utah Development Company. After receiving his Ph.D. in 1982, Dr. Collins launched his career at Clarkson, in Potsdam, N.Y., as an assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering. Subsequently rising to the rank of professor, he also assumed increasing levels of administrative responsibility, including department chair, dean, vice president for academic affairs, and provost. He was elected the 16th president of Clarkson University in 2003. He has received awards for outstanding teaching, research and advising, lectured globally and is the author of more than 90 professional publications. In addition to connecting with Clarkson alumni across the globe, Dr. Collins and his wife, Karen, are active in the Potsdam community and have provided volunteer service to numerous community groups and youth sports programs.

Tony Collins joined Golden Knight alumni and Anaheim Ducks Todd Marchant (left) and Kent Huskins at a White House reception with President George Bush on February 6, honoring the 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks.

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Clarkson Hockey radio personality Bob Ahlfeld, on WQTK 92.7 FM, enjoys a moment in the Cheel Arena pressbox with his son Scotty.

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STEVE YIANOUKOS • DIRECTOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

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t e v e Yi a n o u k o s w a s n a m e d Clarkson University’s Director of Ath-letics in August 2005. The Potsdam, NY Y native, who became the University’s eighth h athletic director, has been actively involved d with Clarkson’s Department of Physicall Education, Intercollegiate Athletics and d Recreation since his undergraduate days att the University in the early 1970s. “Steve has played a key role in thee Department of Athletics’ many successfull initiatives and I am confident that underr Steve’s leadership the department will con-tinue to progress,” stated Clarkson Presidentt Tony Collins upon announcing Yianoukos’ appointment. He had been the Associate Director of Athletics since 1997 and beforee that was the executive officer of Physical Education/Recreation from m 1984 to 1997. Yianoukos has overseen Clarkson’s Division III athleticss programs, managed all home Division III athletic contests, monitored d NCAA/Liberty League institutional policies and sports guidelines, and d led fund-raising initiatives for the department, including the Green and d Gold Club, Athletic Annual Fund, Athletic Hall of Fame and the Athleticc Alumni Council. Yianoukos graduated from Clarkson in 1972 with a bachelor’s degree in n industrial management. He served as the facility manger for the Town off Potsdam’s Pine Street Arena from 1972-1977 and was named the town’ss recreation director/facility manager in 1977. Yianoukos also worked ass a Zamboni driver in the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid. He wass inducted into the Potsdam High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. He is involved in numerous local professional and civic organizations.. Yianoukos and his wife Joyce, are long time residents in the Potsdam m community, they have two grown children Fia and John, and severall grandchildren.

SCOTT SMALLING NG • ASSOCIATE AD/DIRECTOR of CHEEL CAMPUS CENTER/ C CHEEL ARENA

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long time director of Clarkson's hockey facilities, Scott Smalling was named an assistant athletic director in January 2006. Smalling has served as the Director of the Cheel Campus Center since October of 2002. He previously held the position of Arena Director at both Walker Arena and Cheel Arena from 1987-1996. In his duties as Associate athletic director, Smalling oversees the operations of the men's and women's hockey programs, fundraising and promotions for the Clarkson Athletic Department along with supervising tthe Sports Information Office. He also continues as the Director of the Cheel Campus Center, which includes overseeing the overall operation C oof the 4,000 capacity Cheel Arena. Before coming to Clarkson, Smalling worked for the village and town oof Potsdam, serving as the Director of Potsdam Recreation. He also acted aas the Director of the 5,000-seat Pinebridge Coliseum in Spruce Pine, NC, where he handled the public relations and scheduling for the Pinebridge w Bucks Atlantic Coast Hockey League team in 1983. Smalling has also B sserved as an assistant coach and head coach for Clarkson’s baseball team, aand was the head coach for the Potsdam Central School’s Varsity baseball tteam from 1985-87. From January 1996 until October of 2002, Smalling was employed by A. Cappione, Inc. where he was responsible for all aspects of promotion, A ppublic relations, sales and merchandising in retail industry. Smalling, who makes his home in Hannawa Falls with his wife Mary Jane and their three m ssons, is a 1980 graduate of Brockport State with a Bachelor of Science ddegree in Sports Management.

Team eam Doctor Doctors

Dr. Chris Comeau Dr. Michael Maresca Dr. Luc Perrier Robin Howard -Hockey Liaison

Mike Pitts - Trainer

Todd Axtell - Equipment Manager

Sam Grainger -Cheel Campus Center Intern

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Gary Mikel - Sports Info. Director

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COACHNG STAFF

John T. "Jocko" McLennan, created a $1.5 million endowment to honor his former Clarkson coach Len Ceglarski.

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Clarkson Alumnus Creates a $1.5 Million Endowment to Honor Legendary Hockey Coach Len Ceglarski

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wo Clarkson hockey legends returned to center ice on January 5, 2008 before the Golden Knights faced off with the Boston College Eagles, as one Clarkson Athletic Hall-of-Famer honored another in a very special way. Clarkson alumnus John T. “Jocko” McLennan of Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, and his family created a $1.5 million endowment Len Ceglarski to fund the “Leonard S. Ceglarski Chair.” Named in honor of legendary Clarkson and Boston College hockey coach Len Ceglarski, the chair will fund the Clarkson Golden Knights men’s head hockey coach position. “When Lenny Ceglarski offered me an athletic scholarship to play hockey at Clarkson in 1964, little did I know then that he was offering me the most important opportunity I’ve ever been presented. Under his direction and work ethic, I learned how to apply myself as a student, launch a successful career and enjoy a wonderful family life,” said McLennan in announcing his leadership gift to Claim the Title, a special hockey endowment campaign at Clarkson. “My family and I are proud to honor college hockey great Len Ceglarski.” Coach Ceglarski, a native of East Walpole, Mass., was an AllAmerica left wing on Boston College’s 1949 NCAA Championship team and captain of the 1950-51 squad. He won a Silver Medal as a member of the United States Hockey Team in the 1952 Olympics at Oslo. He began his unparalleled coaching career in 1958 as the fourth head coach of the Clarkson men’s hockey team. Serving for 14 seasons, he compiled a .717 winning percentage, posting a 254-97-11 overall record from 1958-72, when he left to become hockey coach at his alma mater Boston College. He guided the Eagles to over 400 victories through two decades in Boston. Upon his retirement in 1994, Ceglarski was inducted into the Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame in July 2007. After learning of the news of the gift through a phone call from McLennan, Ceglarski said, “I am humbled and genuinely honored to be forever remembered as part of the Clarkson hockey tradition this way. While I have maintained great relationships with so many of my former players and their families, Jocko and the McLennan family have always had a special place in my heart. He magnified all of the attributes I tried to instill in my players and carried these into his own personal and professional life well after he hung up the jersey. He exemplifies why I loved coaching college sports.” “We are truly grateful to Jocko and his family for making this

vvery generous commitment to our athletics program,” said Clarksson University President Tony Collins. “Here at Clarkson we ooften speak of our scholar-athletes. Jocko’s achievements after ggraduation are the very embodiment of what we expect all of our ggraduates to accomplish. Jocko’s recognition of the coach, who bbrought him to Clarkson and mentored him as a scholar-athlete, uunderscores all that we value in our athletic program. The Ceglarsski Chair will enable the University to continue our tradition of hhiring and retaining coaching staff who understand that a Clarksson education occurs both on and off the ice.” Born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, McLennan graduated from high sschool in Ottawa, Ontario. An accomplished hockey player, he was rrecruited to Clarkson where, in 1966, he led Clarkson to the NCAA D Div. I final. McLennan earned his bachelor’s degree in industrial m management in 1968 and his master’s degree in industrial managem ment in 1969, again from Clarkson. McLennan has been involved iin the Canadian telecommunication industry throughout his career aand retired as president and CEO of Bell Canada in 1997. McLennan has received many honors during his prominent ccareer, including Clarkson University’s Barben Award, Golden K Knight Award, and an Honorary Clarkson Degree in 1997. He was iinducted into Clarkson’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. McLennnan also served as a Clarkson trustee from 1989 through 1993. The Claim the Title campaign is raising $10 million toward an eendowment for men’s and women’s ice hockey at Clarkson. To llearn more about the campaign, call the Office of Philanthropy at C Clarkson University at 315-268-7718.

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John McLennan, George Roll and Clarkson President Tony Collins honor Len Ceglarski (seated) prior to the start of the Clarkson-Boston College game on January 5, 2008. www.clarksonathletics.com

Casey Jones, who served as a Golden Knight assistant coach in the early 1990s, was named the 11th head coach in Clarkson' Hockey history in May, 2011.

CASEY JONES • HEAD COACH Leonard S. Ceglarski Endowed Chair

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asey Jones, who begins his second year as Clarkson University’s head coach, was designated the second Leonard S. Ceglarski Chair for the Golden Knights in May of 2011, becoming one of few coaches nationally to hold an endowed coaching position in the sport of ice hockey. In his first campaign, Jones guided Clarkson to its best record in four seasons in 2011-12 and was named a finalist for the Tim Taylor ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year. Jones, along with assistant coaches Phil Roy '00 and Andy Jones, had the Golden Knights, who were picked to finish 11th in the preseason coaches’ poll, in contention for a top four spot in the conference standings right up through the end of the regular season. Clarkson finished the ECAC Hockey campaign tied for sixth with a 9-9-4 league mark. The Knights closed out the 2011-12 season with a 16-17-6 overall record. Under the helm of Jones, the Golden Knights improved their defense from surrendering 3.55 goals per game in 2010-11 to only giving up 2.73 goals per contest last season. Jones returned to the University after serving the previous three years as associate coach at Cornell. A native of Témiscaming, Quebec, Jones has recruited players and/or coached teams that have participated in the NCAA tournament eight times, including three schools in two different leagues. He worked as an assistant for the Golden Knights under head coach Mark Morris from 1993-95. He spent 13 years (1995-2008) at Ohio State as a coach before returning to ECAC Hockey when he joined the staff at his alma mater, Cornell, for the 2008-09 campaign. The 11th head coach in the Knights' lengthy history, Jones stated about the position, "It’s a fantastic opportunity here at Clarkson. The great thing about this opportunity is the program is rich in tradition. It’s a job that has a history of winning and it’s why I am coming here." Prior to taking the head job at Clarkson, Jones helped Cornell return to the NCAA tournament twice, and the ECAC championship game each year. Jones also spent 13 years in the CCHA at Ohio State, as associate head coach for the Buckeyes before Casey JONES at a GLANCE taking the associate head coach position with the Big Red. At OSU, he recruited the talent that gave the institution its naCollege Degree: B.A., Cornell University, 1990 tional place in college hockey as the Buckeyes qualified for the NCAA Tournament seven times with players that he recruited, Coaching Experience: including a Frozen Four appearance. Ohio State also won the 1 year as Head Coach: Clarkson (2011-12) CCHA Super Six title in 2004, the Buckeyes' first in 32 seasons. 19 years as a Division I assistant/associate coach During his tenure at OSU, Jones served as the program's recruitCornell Associate Coach: 2008-11 ing coordinator, a position he excelled at as he had five players Ohio State Assistant/Associate Coach, 1995-08 drafted in the first two rounds of the National Hockey League EnClarkson Assistant Coach: 1993-95 try Draft. When Jones was at Clarkson from 1993 to 1995, he conCornell Assistant Coach: 1992-94 tributed to the Golden Knights 43-19-9 record, an ECAC Hockey Coaching Highlights: championship and a berth in the NCAA tournament in 1995. Led Clarkson to a home-ice ECAC playoff berth and the most After graduating from Cornell in 1990, he served two years as wins (16) in a season in four years. an assistant coach for the Big Red from 1991-93. He recruited Help to take Ohio State from 3 CCHA wins to 19 league vicplayers that helped Cornell win back-to-back ECAC Tr. titles in tories and a NCAA Frozen Four in first three years at OSU. 1996 and 1997. Participated in 8 NCAA Tournaments as an assistant coach/ Jones’ philosophy as a coach is an up tempo puck possession style associate coach at Clarkson, Ohio State and Cornell. game that promotes creativity, puck pressure and emphasizes team Recruited and coached 2010 NHL Selke Trophy winner Ryan Kesler. discipline and unity. As the Knights coach, he looks to develop and Was behind the bench in the Knights' 1995 NCAA appearance. foster an environment that is very demanding and embraces the academic and athletic values and mission of the University. Collegiate Career Highlights: Jones was a four-year letter winner as a player for the Big Four years at Cornell (1986-90) Red, serving as team captain in 1989-90. For his career, he Served as captain in his senior year scored 112 points on 30 goals and 82 assists while playing in Scored 112 points (30-81) in 110 games 112 contests. Jones was also the winner of the Bill Doran SportsSelected by Boston Bruins in1987 NHL Entry Draft manship Award and was selected by the Boston Bruins in the (10th rd, #203 overall) 10th-round of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft. Jones and his wife, Kimberlee, also a Cornell graduate, have Family: Wife: Kim, Children: Gabrielle, Bryan a daughter, Gabrielle, 11, and a son, Bryan, 8.

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A standout defenseman for the Green and Gold in the late 1990s, Phil Roy returned to the Clarkson Hockey program as a Golden Knight assistant coach in 2011-12 after three years in Hockey East with Merrimack (2008-11).

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PHIL ROY • ASSISTANT COACH

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ne of the first significant moves made by Clarkson Head Hockey Coach Casey Jones in his initial year running the Green and Gold program was his hiring of former Golden Knight standout defenseman Phil Roy as his top assistant. “I am very excited to have Phil join our staff,” stated Jones upon Roy's arrival. “He is an alum who has great passion for Clarkson University, the Hockey program, and the Potsdam Community. He is an up-and-coming coach who has great energy and work ethic. His experience and the fact that he played defense made it a perfect fit.” Roy played a key role in Clarkson's success last year as the Knights skated to their most wins (16) in four years, and a home-ice berth in the ECAC playoffs in 2012. Defensively, Clarkson improved significantly allowing the fewest goals per game in four years (2.59 in league play). For the previous three years Roy served as an assistant at Merrimack College. During his time at Merrimack, where he was part of the 2010 Hockey East co-Coaching Staff of the Year, Roy was very active in recruiting efforts that helped turn around the Warriors program. He also worked primarily with the defense and the power play unit, which was among the best in the country the past two seasons. Merrimack defeated every other team in Hockey East in 2009-10 for the first time in the program's history and made its first ever Division I NCAA appearance in 2011. Roy, who is bilingual, came to Merrimack after spending the 2007-08 season as the head coach for the Neumann College Knights. Roy guided the Division III Knights to a 17-9 record and a fourth place finish in the ECAC West Division. Roy debuted in the coaching world as an assistant at Hobart College prior to the 2005-06 season. During his tenure there, the Statesmen set the school record for most wins in a season and appeared in the Division III Frozen Four for the first time ever. Phil ROY at a GLANCE He was a member of the 2006 coaching staff that received Coach of the Year honors from the ECAC West organization. College Degree: A productive, offensive-minded defenseman, Roy played a B.A., Clarkson University, 2000 key role in Clarkson’s success during the late 1990s. He re(Technical Communications) corded 77 career points through 144 games from 1996-2000. The Knights won two ECAC Hockey Regular Season titles Coaching Experience: (1996-97 and 1998-99), claimed a conference tournament Clarkson Assistant Coach: 2011-12 championship (1999) and made three consecutive NCAA Merrimack Assistant Coach: 2008-11 Tournament appearances (1997, 1998, 1999) with Roy in the Neumann Head Coach: 2007-08 Green and Gold lineup. Hobart Assistant Coach: 2005-07 After graduating from Clarkson in May of 2000 with an undergraduate degree in technical communications, Roy spent Professional Hockey Experience: five years playing professional hockey in North America and Five years (2000-05) in North America and Europe - MusEurope. He served as an assistant captain and assistant coach kegon (UHL), Johnstown (ECHL), Augusta (ECHL), St. John for the Diables Noirs de Tours in the France Elite League, (AHL), Cleveland (AHL), Tours (France), Basingstoke (UK) where he led the league in scoring by a defenseman. He was also an assistant coach and a captain in the United Kingdom Collegiate Career Highlights: Elite League with the Basingstoke Bison. Prior to his EuroFour years with the Golden Knights (1996-00) pean career, Roy played for the Johnstown Chiefs and AuScored 77 points (24-53) in 134 games gusta Lynx of the East Coast Hockey League and for the St. Was a part of two ECAC RS titles (1996-97 and 1998-99), John Flames and Cleveland Barons of the American Hockey won a conference tournament championship (1999) and made League. He was named team Rookie of the Year by the Musthree consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (1997, kegon Fury and was selected to the UHL All-Rookie Team in 1998, 1999) 2000-01. A St. Leonard, Quebec native, Roy and his wife Sonia with Family: their daughter Makaelie, and son, Maddox make their home in Wife: Sonia, Children: Makaelie, Maddox. the Potsdam area.

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After five seasons in the United States Hockey League (USHL) as a coach for the Sioux Falls Stampede, Andy Jones joined the Clarkson coaching staff in 2011-12.

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ndy Jones, who begins his second season on the Clarkson coaching staff, played a major role in helping bring in a large, talented freshman class for the 2012-13 campaign. Jones, who came to Clarkson after five seasons in the United States Hockey League (USHL) as the assistant coach for the Sioux Falls Stampede, works alongside Phil Roy as an assistant coach for the Green and Gold. “I am very excited to add Andy to our staff,” stated Casey Jones upon the hiring. “He has all the qualities I wanted in an individual for this position. Andy possesses great communication skills and is a very good teacher of the game, which will translate well with our players in our development model. He brings a network of knowledge in an area that is vital in today’s college hockey recruiting world. Andy will complement our staff perfectly.” Jones, who was with Sioux Falls since the start of the 2006-07 campaign, helped guide the Stampede to their first Clark Cup Championship that season while leading the defensive unit. In addition to his on-ice responsibilities, Jones performed extensive video analysis for the team and each player. In 2009, Jones was selected and served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Junior Select Team that captured a gold medal at the World Junior A Challenge in Canada. "I am thrilled to be joining the Clarkson hockey family and Potsdam community," said Andy Jones upon his arrival. "It is an exciting time to be a part of a program with such a rich tradition. I am looking forward to contributing to the next chapter of the Clarkson hockey legacy." Prior to joining the Stampede, Jones served as an assistant coach at his alma mater Amherst College in Massachusetts from 2000 to 2005, leading the team’s defense and penalty kill unit. He also served as the recruiting coordinator for the Midwest Region, scouting the USHL, the North American Hockey League (NAHL), and the Upper Midwest High School Elite League. A graduate of Minnetonka High School in Minnesota, Jones was recruited by Amherst College for hockey and baseball, playing both during his collegiate career. As a player, Jones guided the Jeffs to their first NCAA tournament appearance in 1999. During his senior year, he captained the team to an 18-5-3 record. Jones received a BA from Amherst in psychology in 2000 and an MBA in 2004 from the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

Andy JONES at a GLANCE College Degree: B.A., Amherst College, 2000 (Psychology) MBA, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2004 Coaching Experience: Clarkson Assistant Coach: 2011-12 Sioux Falls (USHL) Assistant Coach: 2006-11 Amherst Assistant Coach: 2000-05 Collegiate Career Highlights: Four years at Amherst (1996-00) School's first NCAA Tr. appearnace (1999) Served as captain in senior season (1999-00)

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Jaime Rodriguez was named Clarkson Hockey's Strength & Conditioning Coach in July, 2011.

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he Clarkson University Men’s Hockey team added a key member to the staff with the announcement in the summer of 2011 that Jaime Rodriguez was the new Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Green and Gold’s hockey programs. Rodriguez came to Clarkson from the American Hockey League’s Worcester Sharks where he was the director of strength and conditioning since 2007. During that time he served as an assistant for the San Jose Sharks Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Michael Potenza, where he elevated his coaching experience working with professional athletes. “I feel extremely privileged to join Clarkson’s coaching staff,” stated Rodriguez upon his announcement. “From my first visit I immediately recognized the passion and dedication this University has towards their athletics. Hockey is not just a sport; it’s a culture to the school and fans. As the strength and conditioning coach my responsibility is to make sure the success of off- ice training is an important piece of the puzzle that will help make Clarkson Hockey a successful and contending program.” Rodriguez also worked alongside strength & conditioning expert Michael Boyle for eight years at his private facility as a head strength coordinator. For the past 11 years Rodriguez has catered to the needs of men and women of all ages helping to improve an athlete’s chance to

excel to a higher level. “I am extremely pleased to have Jaime on our developmental staff for Clarkson Hockey,” stated Head Coach Casey Jones about the addition of Rodriguez. “Jaime has a great track record of working with young, aspiring hockey players. His knowledge and energy will be exciting for our players to take advantage of.” Rodriguez has trained athletes from middle school up to Division 1 College in a variety of sports as well as professional athletes from the NHL, AHL, NFL, MLS, and MLB. Rodriguez believes the key to success is stressing the importance of strength, teamwork, injury reduction, and nutrition. Rodriguez previously resided in Boston, MA, where he earned his Bachelors in Exercise Physiology from Lasell College in 2003. Rodriguez, along with his wife Juliana, and their two young sons Jayden (3 years) and Jordan (1 year), make their home in the Potsdam area.

RODRIGUEZ at a GLANCE College Degree: B.S., in Exercise Physiology, Lasell College, 2003 Professional Experience: Director of Strength & Conditioning, Clarkson University - 2011-12 Worcester Sharks (AHL) - 2007-11 Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning, San Jose Sharks (NHL) - 2007-11 Head Strength Coordinator, Mike Boyle Strength & Conditioning, 2004-11 Family: Wife: Juliana, Children: Jayden, Jordan

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larkson University was founded in 1896 as a memorial to Thomas S. Clarkson, successful entrepreneur and Northern New York businessman who was also distinguished by a deep and abiding concern for humanity. When Thomas Clarkson died as a result of an accident in his sandstone quarry, his sisters, Elizabeth, Frederica, and Lavinia established a memorial to his name by building and endowing an institution that would embody his philosophy. Clarkson's original motto, “A Workman That Needeth Not to be Ashamed,” is taken from Thomas S. Clarkson's favorite biblical verse. Clarkson's colors, green and gold, were selected because the goldenrod was Thomas S. Clarkson's favorite flower. The first classes at the Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial School of Technology were held on September 2, 1896, for 17 young men and women. In 1913, the charter was amended, and the name was changed to the Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial College of Technology. Steady growth and development resulted in the New York State Board of Regents designating Clarkson a University on February 24, 1984.

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CLARKSON TODAY Today, Clarkson is a nationally ranked research university offering more than 50 comprehensive programs in business, engineering, science, liberal arts, health sciences, and environmental studies. With 270 full-time teacher-scholars engaged in world-class research, Clarkson has developed an international reputation in the fields of Advanced Materials Science, Biotechnology, Environment & Energy, Entrepreneurship and Global Supply Chain Management. Yet the University remains true to Thomas Clarkson’s enduring legacy. Our primary mission is to educate talented and motivated men and women to become successful professionals through quality precollegiate, undergraduate, graduate and professional continuing education programs, with particular emphasis on the undergraduate experience. At Clarkson, we value the diversity of our University community, and we strive to attune ourselves and our programs to our global, pluralistic society. We share the belief that humane economic and social development derive from the expansion, diffusion and application of knowledge. The Clarkson University educational experience is designed to provide talented and ambitious students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve positions of leadership within their chosen profession. The combination of Clarkson’s strong technologically rich curricula and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities, coupled with an unparalleled commitment to a friendly learning environment and to students’ personal development, uniquely prepares Clarkson graduates to excel in their chosen professions and to lead rewarding and creative lives.

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larkson is recognized among the finest universities in the nation, according to such diverse measures as U.S. News & World Report, the Association for Independent Technological Universities, and corporate recruiters. Clarkson focuses on providing a rigorous professional experience, connecting discovery and engineering innovation with enterprise, and developing a collaborative community for students, faculty and staff.

• Top-tier national university, U.S. News & World Report, America’s Best Colleges, 2012. • 37 on the Great Schools, Great Prices list of 50 national universities ranked according to their quality to price ratio, U.S. News & World Report, America’s Best Colleges, 2011. • 20 on the Fifty Most Affordable Colleges with a Return on Investment list, Bloomberg Businessweek, 2011. • Among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges, Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges, 2012. • One of the best undergraduate engineering programs in the country, U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges, 2011. • Among the Top 100 best undergraduate business schools in the nation, Bloomberg Businessweek, 2011. • Among “The Best 373 Colleges,” The Princeton Review, 2013. • Among the top 100 Graduate Business Schools in the nation, U.S. News & World Report, 2013. • Clarkson's average starting salary of $57,900 placed #17 out of more than 1,000 surveyed in PayScale.com’s 2011-2012 College Salary Report. • Digital Arts & Sciences major at Clarkson has been named the most innovative program in North America, International Digital Media and Arts Association (iDMAa) 2010. • Engineering & Management program is only the second program in the world to be accredited by both AACSB International and the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. • School of Business supply chain management program ranks #15 in the nation, U.S. News & World Report, America’s Best Colleges, 2012. • ROTC service ranked #2 in the nation, Washington Monthly, 2011. • Top-ranked military friendly school in the nation, G.I. Jobs, 2012. • Clarkson is one of only 330 of the country’s best and most interesting colleges and universities featured in the 2011 Edition of the Fiske Guide to Colleges.

QUICK FACTS Clarkson University 8 Clarkson Ave. Potsdam, NY 13699 Phone: 315-268-6400 Admission phone: 800-527-6577, admission@clarkson.edu Location : Potsdam, N.Y., (pop. 9,500), adjacent to the six-million acre Adirondack Park. Campus: 640 wooded acres. President: Anthony G. Collins. Programs of Study: 50+ in engineering, business, science, liberal arts, and health sciences. Degrees granted: Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Professional Studies, MBA, Master of Science, Master of Engineering, Ph.D., DPT Enrollment: 3,018 undergraduates and 521 graduate students from 39 states, 47 countries Faculty: 270 Faculty-Student Ratio: 13:1 Undergraduate Admission Profile: 34% in top 10% of high school class. Study Abroad & Co-ops: More than 45 study abroad programs in 25 countries; co-ops opportunities. Athletics: Division I ice hockey (men’s and women’s); 10 Division III sports. Extracurricular: More than 100 clubs and professional societies 275 intramural teams, 16 competitive design teams Fraternities: Five national; Four local Sororities: Four national Living Alumni: 37,227

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Adirondack Mountains

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t. Lawrence County is a place where you find the best that America has to offer – a place where farmers and professors work near each other with admiration and respect, a place where Fortune 500 companies operate alongside artisans and mom and pop shops, a place that is rugged and wild, yet cosmopolitan and “home” to people from 40 different countries. St. Lawrence County is the largest geographical county east of the Mississippi, yet there are only 110,000 residents. The forests and parks teem with wildlife from bear to fish, moose to white-tailed deer. There are thousands of acres of woods and over 200 ponds, lakes and rivers. The mighty St. Lawrence connects the country to Canadian neighbors, just minutes away. St. Lawrence County is an educational community and boasts six colleges and Universities, which turn out future leaders of the country’s businesses and communities. As for recreation, St. Lawrence County has it all: camping, fishing, boating, biking, hiking, canoeing, swimming, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and fairs and festivals of all kinds. Mostly, what you’ll find on your visit to St. Lawrence County is an unhurried atmosphere where people will gladly take a moment to pass the time of day and tell you stories of life in Border Country. You will find a place that’s safe to visit, with wide open spaces and a strong regard for those who live, work and visit here. St. Lawrence County, the North Coast of America, entices both rugged adventurers and those just content to sit back and watch. Stretching from the St. Lawrence River, to deep into the famed Adirondack Park with majestic forests and lakes, St. Lawrence County encompasses 2,840 square miles. It’s New York’s largest county. There’s plenty of room for all. No matter what the season, there is never a limit to the adventures you’ll find in St. Lawrence County.

POTSDAM Known as the “cultural and educational center of St. Lawrence County,” Potsdam is a warm and neighborly community, rich in heritage and tradition while involved in exploration of cutting-edge technology. Victorian-style architecture is blended with modern educational and scientific centers, cultural and shopping facilities, restaurants, medical facilities, airport and accommodations. Several of the town’s earliest homes and public buildings were constructed of Potsdam sandstone, which was so abundant at the time the town was first explored for permanent settlement. Fans of the arts have a wealth of resources available, enriched by the colleges and universities in the area. Potsdam is home of Clarkson University, a 4-year private institution specializing in technology and Potsdam College, a 4-year Liberal Arts College, which is part of the State University of New York. Art galleries, visiting theatre and dance companies, opera and classical musical concerts based at the schools draw performance artists from around the world. Contemporary musical acts find they receive a particularly warm reception in Potsdam. Performances in the area have included Trisha Yearwood, The Irish Rovers, The Indigo Girls and Sugar Ray. These are in addition to a host of local talent that entertains the community in frequent open-air concerts and festivals in the summer months. Visitors can sample a variety of cuisines any time of the year from one of Potsdam’s many eateries. In any season, outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home in Potsdam. The Racquette River provides the perfect setting for canoeing, kayaking, or swimming. The surrounding woods are ideal for an afternoon of hiking and exploration or, even, a fall picnic. In the winter, the gentle slopes provide a great location for cross-country skiers and sledding fans alike. Nothing beats the view from Potsdam, no matter what the season is. Discover Potsdam and see what you have been missing. http://www.potsdam.ny.us/

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CHEEL ARENA

Over a million fans have seen the Golden Knights boast a very impressive 235-105-38 record at Cheel Arena since the building's opening in 1991.

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egarded by many as among the finest college hockey facilities in the country, Cheel Arena has proved to be an ideal venue in which to watch some of the best hockey that the NCAA has to offer. From the inaugural 9-3 opening night victory over Boston College on October 26, 1991, to their ECAC Hockey regularseason title win over Princeton in February, 2008, the Golden Knights have supplied their loyal fans with plenty to cheer about within the spectacular confines of the 3,000-seat arena at the Cheel Campus Center. “Cheel Arena is one of the showcase hockey arenas in the nation, and a great tribute to all the players, coaches and staff at Clarkson University and the ECAC,” stated former ECAC Commissioner Clayton Chapman. For the previous 53 years, the Knights enjoyed a tremendous home-ice advantage at old Walker Arena. The success and enthusiasm generated at Cheel Arena, where the Knights have posted a 235-105-38 home record the past 21 seasons, indicates Clarkson hockey will continue to prosper and reach loftier heights at Cheel. The Campus Center provides the University with a 110,000-square-foot campus center and multipurpose arena. A major gift commitment from Helen Snell Cheel resulted in the building being called the Cheel Campus Center. The arena features a regulation ice surface measuring 85' x 200' and

approximately 3,000 individual backed seats, reached from sloping aisles. Every seat offers unobstructed sight lines to the ice surface. The arena will accommodate an additional 400-900 spectators in the standing-room areas along its perimeter. Five spacious carpeted dressing rooms for Clarkson's men's and women's teams, and visiting teams, plus a complete training room, a fully equipped weight room, players lounge, and coaches’ office, as well as storage and skate-sharpening areas, are included in the lower level of the complex. The upper level features a hospitality suite that overlooks the arena surface from center-ice. Highlighting the arena high above center-ice is a Fairplay board 14’by 13’-- 48” by 60 “ full color for animations, pictures, and message center. In addition to hosting some of the finest hockey in the Northeast, the multipurpose arena also serves the entire Clarkson community, which can congregate in one place for convocations, commencement, concerts, and other events for the first time in many years. This facility is located on the hill campus, adjacent to the CAMP Building, Snell Field and the indoor Recreation Center. Final design of the Campus Center was conducted by Daniel F. Tully Associates Inc. of Boston. Construction began June 15, 1990, and was completed in late August 1991. Through the first 21 seasons at Cheel, 1,055,754 fans have witnessed the Knights play. Clarkson has drawn over 3,000 fans to one game 144 times, and the opening contest against Boston College attracted 3,843, more than double the listed capacity of 1,800 at Walker Arena. On January 18, 2003 a record Cheel Arena crowd of 4,125 saw the Golden Knights battle arch-rival St. Lawrence. “They did everything right—the whole thing,” exclaimed Len Ceglarski, former Clarkson and Boston College head coach, at Cheel’s opening. “They really needed a student union and a new rink, and this is going to be a great tool for them. It is just a beautiful building.”

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Clarkson and St. Lawrence have played before 16 of the 20 largest crowds at Cheel Arena with the Knights winning 13 of those games.

CHEEL ARENA FACTS CLARKSON'S OVERALL RECORD AT CHEEL ARENA (1991-2012): 235-105-38 - .672 winning percentage vs ECAC: 140-63-27, .669 vs ECAC (nl): 1-1-0, .500 vs HEA: 18-8-0, .692 vs CCHA: 9-8-3, .525 vs WCHA: 2-9-3, .250 vs AH: 14-1-2, .882 vs. CHA: 8-2-1, .772 vs Independ.: 3-2-2, .571 vs Div. III: 2-0-0, 1.000 vs Canadian: 12-1-0, .923 Playoffs: 26-10-0, .722

Top 20 All-Time Crowds at Cheel Arena

Att. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

4,125 4,115 3,914 3,899 3,865 3,843 3,843 3,840 3,832 3,817 3,755 3,721 3,723 3,702 3,695 3,657 3,644 3,619 3,615 3,593 -

Date 1/18/03 11/3/01 1/27/06 1/21/12 1/23/99 10/26/91 10/24/09 1/25/97 11/18/95 11/22/03 1/15/05 11/20/10 11/15/97 1/20/96 10/20/07 10/30/93 10/31/92 12/10/94 12/13/91 3/9/02

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St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Boston Coll. St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Vermont St. Lawrence Boston Coll. UNH St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Lawrence

L 3-2 W 7-6 ot W 3-2 W 4-3 W 5-4 W 9-3 @ W 4-1 W 8-3 W 6-4 W 3-1 L 7-2 W 3-1 W 4-3 L 6-3 W 5-4 ot W 4-3 ot * W 6-1 * W 9-2 L 4-3 W 6-1 $

@ First Game, * Season Opener, $ ECAC Playoff

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Clarkson's Pep Band is considered one of the best in the country and provides plenty of noise and support for the Golden Knights at Cheel and on the road.

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CHEEL ARENA 1991-2012 Records at Cheel Arena (*includes exhibition games)

Overall Record 12-5-2* 6-12-2* 8-7-2* 5-7-5* 16-3-1* 13-4-4* 16-2-2* 7-6-4* 9-9-2* 10-9 14-4-1 11-5-1* 9-9-1 14-4-1 12-1-2 13-5* 13-2-2 10-5-2 13-2-2* 12-2-2 14-2*

Year 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

ECAC Record 6-3-2 3-7-1 3-7-1 5-4-2 10-0-1 5-2-4 8-1-2 4-5-2 4-6-1 6-5 8-2-1 7-3-1 5-4-1 9-2 10-0-1 8-3 9-1-1 6-4-1 8-1-2 8-1-2 9-2

Year-by-Year Attendance at Cheel Arena Year

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2011-12

45,446

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2,392

2010-11

44,883

20

2009-10

44,995

2008-09 2007-08

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1997-98

45,485

15

3,032

2,244

1996-97

53,669

18

3,157

17

2,647

1995-96

53,430

17

3,143

48,269

17

2,839

1994-95

53,290

17

3,135

54,420

20

2,721

1993-94

51,502

17

3,030

2006-07

55,601

21

2,648

1992-93

51,833

16

3,240

2005-06

46,855

20

2,343

1991-92

48,069

16

3,004

2004-05

39,157

17

2,303

2003-04

50,045

20

2,503

2002-03

53,393

19

2,810

2001-02

56,530

19

2,975

2000-01

48,962

17

2,880

1999-00

53,379

19

2,809

1998-99

56,541

19

2,976

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TOTAL CLARKSON GOALS:

TOTAL ATTENDANCE: 1,055,754 380 games - 2,778 average

1,414 (3.72 average), 1991-2012 (380 games)

TOTAL OPPONENTS GOALS: 955 (2.51 average) 1991-2012 (380 games)

SINGLE GAME CHEEL RECORDS MOST CLARKSON GOALS: 12 vs Northeastern, 11/6/92

MOST OPPONENTS GOALS: 8 Three times vs W. Michigan 11/4/94 (L 8-4) vs Colgate, 2/18/95 (L 8-5) vs Cornell, 2/11/00 (L 8-3)

MOST COMBINED GOALS: 15 in 8-7 win vs Union, 11/13/93

SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE MARK:

LONGEST WINNING STREAK:

4,125, January 18, 2003 vs St. Lawrence

SHUTOUTS OVERALL: 27 MOST SHUTOUTS IN A SEASON: 5 - 2007-08

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The Clarkson Hockey team greeted students in the morning at Potsdam’s Lawrence Avenue Elementary School on Green and Gold Friday last September.

GOLDEN KNIGHTS in the COMMUNITY

The Clarkson University Hockey team is actively involved with the local community throughout the school year. Golden Knights participate in numerous community service functions. Their annual “Skate With A Knight” is a very popular event held each season. The Knights also help out numerous minor hockey programs with free clinics, participate in events with students from BOCES Life Skills, and take part in the Village of Potsdam’s Annual Spring Community Clean-Up. Clarkson hockey players are also very active in reading programs at local schools.

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Steve Dubinsky '93, who went on to play in the NHL with Chicago, Calgary, Nashville and St. Louis, celebrated the grand opening of Cheel Arena with a hat trick, including the first Clarkson goal scored in the building, as the Golden Knights defeated Boston College 9-3 before 3,843 fans on October 26, 1991.

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TOP CLARKSON GOALS SCORED AT CHEEL October 26, 1991– Junior center Steve Dubinsky nets a hat trick, including the Golden Knights’ first goal in their new home, leading Clarkson to a 9-3 victory over Boston College before 3,843 fans. December 7, 1991 – Todd Marchant makes a big impact as a rookie center scoring at 3:12 of sudden-death overtime to lift Clarkson to a 4-3 thriller against Rensselaer as the Knights win their ninth in a row. January 4, 1992 – Sophomore center Craig Conroy's second goal of the game, at 10:21 of the third, lifts Clarkson to a 6-5 victory over Yale. November 21, 1992 – Senior Steve Dubinsky scores with 54 seconds left as Clarkson salvages a 3-3 tie against Cornell.

November 13, 1993 – Brian Mueller scores his second goal of the game with 44 seconds remaining as Clarkson pulls out a wild 8-7 victory over Union. December 4, 1993 – Sophomore right wing Chris Lipsett tallies the game-winning goal on the power play at 12:39 of the third as Clarkson defeats St. Lawrence 5-3 before 3,456. March 4, 1994 – Sophomore Steve Palmer scores on a power play 54 seconds into the third period to tie the game 2-2 against ECAC frontrunner Harvard. March 11, 1994 – While on the power play, junior left wing Marko Tuomainen scores his second goal of the game, the eventual gamewinner at 13:50 of the final frame, as Clarkson holds on to down Colgate 7-6 in the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinals. November 19, 1994 – Clarkson reaches 1,000 wins faster than any other college hockey program with a 9-1 win over Yale before 3,156. Sophomore center Todd White records the gamewinner early in the second stanza.

March 12, 1993 – Clarkson takes the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinals against St. Lawrence, 3-1. Freshman right wing Kevin Murphy scores with less than five minutes to go in the first to give the Green and Gold a 2-0 advantage.

November 23, 1994 – Senior left wing Patrice Robitaille tallies two third-period goals, including the deciding score on the power play at 14:31, as Clarkson goes on to defeat Miami 6-4.

March 14, 1993 – Freshman left wing Steve Palmer’s second goal of the game, a shorthanded marker at 13:39 of the third, insures the Knights’ 5-3 win over St. Lawrence in the second game of the ECAC Quarterfinals.

February 3, 1995 – Junior Steve Palmer scores twice in the third period as Clarkson storms back for 4-2 win over Union.

Craig Conroy

October 30, 1993 – Brian Mueller, a junior defenseman, nets the winner 2:53 into the extra session as the Knights, after falling behind 2-0 in the first, knock off Boston College before 3,657 in the opening game of the 1993-94 campaign.

Patrice Robitaille

January 12, 1996 – The second power-play goal of the game by junior Todd White, at 16:11 of the first stanza, gives the Knights a decisive

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3-1 advantage over Maine in a game between the two national powers that ends up in a 3-2 Clarkson victory. March 1, 1996 – Defenseman Phil Lecavalier’s first goal of his junior campaign, two minutes into sudden-death overtime, proves to be the game-winner in Clarkson’s 2-1 triumph over Cornell. March 8, 1996 – Junior left wing Jean-Francois Houle becomes the only player to ever record four goals in one game at Cheel as he Jean-Francois Houle completes the scoring at 15:52 of the third in the Knights’ 5-2 victory over Brown in first game of ECAC Quarterfinals. March 9, 1996 – Todd White puts Clarkson up 4-3 at 8:42 of the third frame with his second goal in 5-3 win over Brown in the second game of the ECAC Quarterfinals. November 29, 1996 – Junior right wing Chris Clark begins the scoring just 42 seconds after the opening faceoff with the first of his two goals as the Knights jump out to a 4-1 lead en route to a 6-3 win over Boston College. January 4, 1997 – Chris Clark’s second of three goals, just 53 seconds into the second frame, puts the Green and Gold on top 3-2 as Clarkson comes from behind en route to a 5-2 victory over Cornell. March 7, 1997 – Junior right wing Dana Mulvihill starts Clarkson’s comeback with the Knights’ first goal, at 12:49 of the first period as the Green and Gold battle back from a 2-0 deficit to down Yale 5-2 in first game of ECAC Quarterfinals. www.clarksonathletics.com

Todd White '97, who played 12 seasons in the NHL, scored a Clarkson best nine game-winning goals in his senior campaign, including back-to-back winners in the Knights' victories over Union (3-2) and Rensselaer (5-1) on February 7-8, 1997 at Cheel Arena.

November 22, 1997 – Sophomore left wing Matt Reid completes a hat trick with Clarkson’s final goal at 18:26 of the third period in an 11-0 rout of Rensselaer.

Nick Windsor

March 7, 19 1998 – Defenseman Nick Windsor caps off a steady stead senior season, scoring scorin 12 seconds into overtime to give the Green and G Gold a 4-3 victory over C Cornell in the final game of the regular season and the ECAC TV Game EC of the Week.

March 13, 1998 – Captain, senior left wing, Ben Maidment nets the overtime game-winner against Vermont in a 2-1 win of the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinals with 1:28 left in the extra session. November 28, 1998 – Sophomore left wing Erik Cole connects off an assist from classmate, defenseman Willie Mitchell to tie the score against Boston College at 7:08 of the third period, and then Cole and Mitchell set-up junior defenseman Philippe Roy's power-play game-winner at 11:41 as the Knights defeat the Eagles 2-1. December 12, 1998 – Sophomore center Don Smith scores Clarkson's first and last goals, the game-winner at 15:04 of the third, as the Knights defeat Ferris State 5-4. January 23, 1999 – Willie Mitchell's first goal of the season caps off a five-goal Clarkson rally as the Knights overcome a 3-0 deficit to defeat arch-rival Willie Mitchell

St. Lawrence 5-4 before the largest crowd (3,865) ever at Cheel and a live television audience in the ECAC TV Game of the Week. February 5, 1999 – Clarkson scores two quick goals to start the second, including freshman right wing Matt Poapst's power-play marker at 5:48, to defeat Dartmouth 2-1.

March 11, 2000 – The K Knights their i ht run th i postt season record at Cheel to 17-0 with a 2-1 win over Princeton in the second game of the ECAC Quarterfinals. Sophomore left wing David Evans tallies the game-winner with 3:40 left in the second period. January 19, 2001 - Senior Don Smith's powerplay goal midway through the second period starts a three-goal outburst as Clarkson comes from behind to edge Dartmouth 4-3. February 23, 2001 - Senior Murray Kuntz connects on the power play midway through the third period as Clarkson takes a 3-1 lead over Colgate en route to a 3-2 victory and its third win of the season over the Red Raiders.

Matt Poapst March 12, 1999 – The Knights knock-off a stubborn Brown squad, 3-2 in overtime, in the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinals as sophomore defenseman Kent Huskins scores the gamewinner 55 seconds into the extra session. December 4, 1999 – Freshman left wing Mikko Ruutu tallies the Knights’ only goal, despite a 42-18 shot advantage, as Clarkson fights back to tie St. Lawrence 1-1 before 3,484. March 3, 2000 – Center Kevin O’Flaherty comes through in his freshman campaign by scoring two goals in a 32-second span early in the third period, including the winner at 7:15, as the Knights come from behind to defeat Dartmouth 5-4, which clinches home-ice for the ECAC Quarterfinals. March 10, 2000 – Sophomore Matt Poapst knocks in a rebound 1:02 into the third period to cap off a three-goal rally in Clarkson’s comefrom-behind 3-2 victory over Princeton in the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinals.

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February 24, 2001 - Just 57 seconds after the opening faceoff, the Golden Knights' leadi n g s c o r e r, junior Matt Poapst, tallies Murray Kuntz as Clarkson gets the early jump en route to snapping a fivegame losing skid to Cornell with a 2-0 victory over the Big Red. March 10, 2001 – With perhaps the biggest goal ever scored at Cheel, ECAC Rookie of the Year, Rob McFeeters ends the longest game in Clarkson history and the fifth-longest game ever played in college hockey at 99:53. With just seven seconds left in the second overtime session, McFeeters snaps off a low shot during a scramble in front for the game-winner lifting Clarkson to a 3-2 victory over Vermont in the second game of the ECAC Quarterfinals.

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKEY

Randy Jones, who went on to a NHL for career, brought the Cheel Arena crowd to its feet with a third-period score in a 1-0 win over Vermont (1/11/03).

Golden Knights November 3, 2001 – Senior defenseman Kerry Ellis-Toddington ends a wild game against St. Lawrence by blasting a shot from the point just under the crossbar at 2:04 of overtime to lift the Knights to a 7-6 victory over their arch-rivals before a record crowd of 4,115. Kevin O'Flaherty, who registered his first career hat trick earlier in the contest, helps set up the decisive score.

Kerry Ellis-Toddington January 12, 2002 – With 1:43 left in the second period, freshman Chris Blight tallies the game's only goal for his third game-winning marker of the season as Clarkson blanks Union, 1-0. March 9, 2002 – Senior David Evans closes out his college career at home on a high note by recording his first collegiate hat trick in the

David Evans

Knights' 6-1 win over St. Lawrence in the second game of the ECAC Quarterfinals. Evans' first goal with 36 seconds left in the first period proves to be the game-winner.

February 25, 2005 – Senior nior cencen ter Jay Latulippe scores with one

November 15, 2002 – Junior Tristan Lush records his first career hat trick to lead Clarkson to a 5-1 victory over 15th ranked Brown as the Knights successfully open a six-game home stand. January 11, 2003 – CU wins its second straight game and sophomore defenseman Randy Jones caps off a five-point weekend with the lone goal in the 1-0 shutout over Vermont. Jones breaks a scoreless tie as he jams in his own rebound at 2:27 of the third. January 2, 2004 – At 1:50 into overtime, sophomore defenseman Chris Brekelmans scores from the top of the circles to lift Clarkson to a 4-3 triumph over Mercyhurst.

Michael Grenzy Grenzy, a power power-play play tally midway through the second period, proves to be the game-winner as the Knights snap a four-game losing skid to Harvard with a 4-3 victory over the Crimson. January 27, 2006 – With a great individual effort midway through the third period, freshman Shea Guthrie breaks a 2-2 tie to help lift Clarkson to its first win in five games, a 3-2 victory over arch-rival St. Lawrence.

Jay Latulippe second left in regulation to cap off a third-period rally as Clarkson ties 13th-ranked Colgate 3-3. November 18, 2005 – Sophomore Shawn Weller tallies his second goal of the game at 2:33 of overtime as Clarkson overcomes a hardfought effort by Princeton to defeat the Tigers 4-3. November 25, 2005 – The first goal of the season for junior defenseman

March 3, 2006 – Junior Mike Sullivan scores both goals as Clarkson downs Princeton 2-1 in opening game of the ECACHL first round series. November 25, 2006 – Clarkson gains its first victory over a top 5 ranked team in five years by knocking off third-ranked Miami 4-2. Senior Brodie Rutherglen caps off a three-goal weekend with the game-winner against the RedHawks early in the second period, scoring just 66 seconds after the visitors had tie it at 2-2.

February 21, 2004 – In their final home game of the season the Knights snap a six-game losing skid with a 3-2 victory over firstplace Brown. The Green and Gold enjoyed a revitalized power play as junior Jay Latulippe converts on the man-advantage, Clarkson's second power-play marker of the contest, for the eventual winning score at 12:42 of the second. January 21, 2005 – Freshman center Steve Zalewski scores both goals to lead the Knights to a 2-0 victory over Union.

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The Golden Knights celebrate a goal in the 4-2 victory over eventual national champion Boston College at Cheel Arena on January 5, 2008.

junior Chris D'Alvise's power-play goal 1:26 into overtime to win the opening ECAC Hockey contest.

December 5, 2006 – Junior Shawn Weller scores twice as the Golden Knights extend their winning streak to five games with a 3-1 victory over archrival St. Lawrence before 3,525 North Country fans. Weller scores late in the first and notches his second goal of the game in the final minute of play. February 17, 2007 – Freshman Matt Beca scores his second goal of the game with 3.3 seconds remaining in regulation to enable Clarkson to salvage a 3-3 overtime tie with Rensselaer. Skating with their goaltender pulled and on their ninth power play of the night, the Golden Knights send the home crowd into frenzy as Beca tallies his 10th goal of the season during a wild scramble in front to tie the game.

March 10, 2007 – Senior Mike Sullivan broke a 1-1 deadlock late in the third period when he finished off a pass in front, connecting for in his eighth goal of the season with 3:41 remaining as Clarkson knocked defending ECAC Hockey League tr. champion Harvard out of the playoffs by winning the second game of the quarterfinal series, 2-1. October 12, 2007 – In a rematch of the previous year's NCAA Tr. game, Clarkson comes out on top in a 2-1 overtime victory against UMass as junior Dan Tuttle scores on a quick shot just 59 seconds into the extra sesssion as the Knights win their first game of the season. October 20, 2007 – Clarkson rallies from a 3-0 first-period deficit to defeat St. Lawrence 5-4 o n Mike Sullivan

November 3, 2007 – Sophomore Tim Marks' first career hat trick leads the Knights past Dartmouth 4-3. Trailing 2-0 midway through the first, Clarkson answers back with four straight scores, including two by Marks in the middle frame. November 24, 2007 – Senior Nick Dodge scores twice, including the

period, skates i d as Clarkson Cl k k t by b eventual national champion Boston College 4-2, the Green and Gold's 10th consecutive win over the Eagles. February 29, 2008 – Clarkson claims the ECAC Hockey RS title with a 4-3 victory over Princeton. Trailing 3-2 after 40 minutes, captain Nick Dodge comes through with the game-winner, redirecting a shot from the point while on the power play at 11:43 of the third period. March 14, 2008 – The Knights' leading goal scorer, senior Steve Zalewski tallies a power-play marker late in the opening stanza for the only goal as Clarkson wins the first game of the ECAC Quarterfinal series against Colgate.

Nick Dodge scored the game-winner in 3-2 victory over St. Cloud (11/24/07) game-winner with just over five minutes left in regulation as the Green and Gold defeat St. Cloud State 3-2, snapping a five-game losing streak to the Huskies. January 5, 2008 – Four different Knights score goals, capped off by junior Shea Guthrie's game-winner late in the second

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October 25, 2008 – Sophomore Scott Freeman tallied on the power play as Clarkson rallied back to tie #1-ranked Colorado College for the second straight game, skating to a 2-2 deadlock before a sold-out crowd of 3,392.

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One night after scoring the game-winner in overtime in the 4-3 triumph against Niagara (10/16/09), Matt Beca '10 tallied twice in the 5-3 victory over RIT (10/17/09).

Golden Knights and the Knights went on to settle for a 4-4 tie. November 20, 2010 – Freshman Matt Zarbo scores Clarkson's first and last goals as the Knights defeat St. Lawrence 3-1 before 3,721 fans. February 11, 2011 – After a scoreless first period, senior defenseman Tom Pizzo gets Clarkson rolling to a 4-1 victory over Brown with his first goal of the season to start the scoring midway in the middle frame. Shea Guthrie January 23, 2009 – Just 1:32 into overtime, senior Shea Guthrie lifted in a rebound and came through with the game-winning goal to lift Golden Knights to a 4-3 victory over Union. January 24, 2009 – For the second straight night, Shea Guthrie capped off a thrilling finish for Clarkson, knocking in the game-winning goal, 1:51 into the extra session, for his second score of the night to lift the Green and Gold to their third consecutive overtime triumph, a 4-3 victory over RPI. October 16, 2009 – With 43.4 seconds left in overtime, senior Matt Beca came through with the game-winner to lift Clarkson to a 4-3 victory over Niagara University in the Golden Knights’ 2009-10 home opener before 3,135 fans. February 2, 2010 – Junior defenseman Dan Reed’s first collegiate goal highlighted a four-goal effort by the Golden Knights as the Green and Gold snapped a lengthy winless skid with a 4-3 victory over Princeton. Reed's tally, at 4:55 of

the third, was Clarkson's third goal as the Knights' rallied from a 2-1 second-period deficit. February 26, 2010 – Freshman defenseman Andrew Himelson’s first collegiate goal proved to be the game-winner as Clarkson defeated Harvard University 2-1 in overtime. Himelson took a pass from along the left boards by Matt Beca and fired a shot from the top of the right circle that found its way through traffic in front and past Crimson goaltender Ryan Carroll for the deciding goal with 1:49 left in the five-minute overtime. November 5, 2010 – Just 18 seconds after the opening faceoff, Clarkson goes on top when freshman Ben Sexton, charging down the right wing, puts a shot on goal that deflects off a Colgate defender in front for his third goal of the season. The celebration was short lived however, as Sexton got tangled up with a Raider defenseman, who slid into him after his shot, and fell hard into the backboards. After a lengthy delay, the rookie was taken off the ice on a stretcher with a broken arm

November 4, 2011 – Senior Corey Tamblyn scores twice as Clarkson wins its ECAC Hockey opener 4-1 over RPI to extend its unbeaten streak to seven games (6-0-1). Tamblyn scores with just 8.9 seconds remaining in the opening stanza to give the Green and Gold a big boost of momentum. November 19, 2011 – Senior captain Jake Morley records his first career two-goal outing as Clarkson breaks out of a four-game winless skid (0-3-1) with a 4-0 shutout over Dartmouth. January 15, 2012 – Freshman defenseman Sam Labrecque connects for the game-winner on the power play with 1:01 remaining in overtime to lift Clarkson to a come-from-behind 5-4 victory against Yale. Labrecque,

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who tallied his second goal of the game along with recording an assist, fires in a blast from the left circle through a screen 19 seconds into the power play to snap a fivegame winless (0-4-1) drought for the Knights. January 21, 2012 – Grad Student Nick Tremblay tallies a career-high four points on a goal and three assists to highlight an outstanding effort by Clarkson in a 4-3 win over St. Lawrence before 3,899 fans, the fourth largest crowd ever at Cheel Arena. March 3, 2012 – Sophomore Ben Sexton scores at the side of the net at 13:48 of the third overtime to lift Clarkson to a thrilling 4-3 victory, against RPI in the ECAC playoffs, which ends the sixth longest game in NCAA history at 113:48. Sexton took a pass from Allan McPherson at the bottom of the left circle and knocked in a bouncing puck that got past the RPI goaltender with 6:12 remaining in the third 20-minute sudden-death period.

The Knights celebrate the 4-3 3ot victory over Rensselaer in the ECAC playoffs (3/3/12). www.clarksonathletics.com

2011-12

IN

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Ben Sexton is the Golden Knights' leading returning scorer after recording 29 points on eight goals and 21 assists playing in just 27 games last season.

Golden Knights

2011-12 CLARKSON STATISTICS (returning players in CAPS) ECAC #

NAME

SHG GWG

CAREER

GMS

GLS ASST PTS P/M

+/-

PPG

GMS GLS AST PTS

12 Nick Tremblay, Sr., F

37

17

19

36

8/16

+3

6

0

2

20

8

13

21

GMS 143

GLS AST PTS 33

55

88

19 Louke Oakley, Sr., F

37

16

19

35

8/16

+4

4

0

3

20

9

12

21

136

25

56

81

74 BEN SEXTON, So., F

27

8

21

29

22/44

-4

5

0

1

13

2

14

16

39

13

24

37

9

AL MCPHERSON, So., F 39

11

12

23

7/25

-8

3

0

5

22

6

4

10

74

19

27

46

4

SAM LABRECQUE, Fr., D 37

8

15

23

3/6

-9

5

0

1

20

4

3

7

37

8

15

23

7

Corey Tamblyn, Sr., F

39

7

11

18

19/38

E

1

0

0

22

3

6

9

130

19

28

47

34

7

9

16

38/92

+1

2

0

1

20

5

4

9

137

20

30

50

14 Jake Morley, Sr., F 81 JOE ZARBO, Fr., F

36

3

9

12

6/12

+2

1

0

0

20

2

3

5

36

3

9

12

17 Julien Cayer, Sr., F

30

5

5

10

11/30

-4

2

0

0

15

1

4

5

104

14

19

33

37 WILL FREDERICK, So., F 37

3

6

9

24/64

+1

1

0

0

22

3

3

6

69

5

15

20

23 JAMES HOWDEN, Fr., D 37

2

7

9

16/62

+7

0

0

0

21

2

6

8

37

2

7

9

10 KEVIN TANSEY, Fr., D

39

2

7

9

17/37

+1

0

1

0

22

1

5

6

39

2

7

9

5

17

39

3

5

8

32/102

-7

1

0

0

22

2

3

5

71

5

12

26 ANDREW HIMELSON, Jr., D 38

ALEX BOAK, So., D

2

6

8

13/26

+6

0

0

0

22

1

3

4

79

5

16

21

8

3

3

6

9/29

+3

0

0

2

19

2

3

5

26

3

3

6

PATRICK MARSH, Fr., F 26

21 MATT ZARBO, So., F

33

3

3

6

7/14

-4

1

0

1

17

2

2

4

61

9

11

20

16 ADAM PAWLICK, So., F 34

3

3

6

5/10

-7

1

0

0

20

3

3

6

98

15

10

25

71 JARRETT BURTON, So., F 34

2

4

6

8/16

E

0

1

0

20

1

0

1

64

5

9

14

59 CHASE FUCHS, So., D

9

0

3

3

2/4

+6

0

0

0

6

0

2

2

9

0

3

3

2

35

0

3

3

18/36

+2

0

0

0

20

0

2

2

101

4

10

14

NIK POKULOK, Jr., D

92 MITCH ZION, Fr., F

13

0

1

1

+1

0

0

0

8

0

1

1

13

0

1

1

44 David Pratt, So., D

1

0

1

1

1/2

+1

0

0

0

-

-

-

-

26

2

8

10

91 MIKE GARLASCO, So., F 11

0

0

0

1/2

E

0

0

0

5

0

0

0

27

1

3

4

33 Paul Karpowich, Sr., G

0

0

0

5/10

E

0

0

0

22

0

0

0

130

0

1

1

37

Bench

5/10

CLARKSON

39

105

172

277

285/703

33

2

16

22

57

96

153

Opponent

39

109

190

299

265/696

37

4

17

22

60

97

157

GOALTENDER 33 Paul Karpowich, Sr. 1 Richie LaVeau, Sr. 29 CODY ROSEN, Jr. Empty Net CLARKSON Opponents

GMS 37 2 1 23 39 39

MIN PLAY 2290:19 91:30 27:30 18:28 2427:47 2427:47

SHTS 1186 44 19 5 1254 1091

ECAC GOAL 33 Paul Karpowich, Sr. Open Net CLARKSON Opponents

GMS 22 15 22 22

MIN PLAY 1333:48 10:11 1343:59 1343:59

SHTS 695 3 698 620

SCORING by CLASS Seniors (7) Juniors (3) Sophomores (9) Freshmen (8)

GAMES 159 108 229 188 702

GLS 52 5 30 18 105

SVS 1092 38 15 1145 986 SVS GLS 638 57 3 638 60 563 57

ASST 63 12 52 45 172

PTS 115 17 82 63 277

GLS 94 6 4 5 109 105

SV% .921 .864 .789

GAA 2.46 3.93 8.73

W-L-T 16-15-6 0-1-0 0-1-0

SHO 5 0 0

.913 .904

2.69 2.59

16-17-6 17-16-6

5 2

SV% .918

GAA 2.56

W-L-T SHO 9-9-4 2

.914 .908

2.68 2.54

9-9-4 9-9-4

% of overall Scoring .42 .06 .30 .23 1.00

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2 2

GMS 130 26 5

POWER PLAY CLARKSON s Opponent

CAREER SAVES GLS W-L-T SHO 3735 369 46-66-16 7 580 69 4-10-3 0 75 10 0-2-0 0

GLS 33 for 37 for

SCORE by PERIODS 1 2 3 34 37 32 39 35 35

ATT % 184 17.9 205 18.0

ot 2 0

TOTAL 105 109

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Allan McPherson has led the Knights in game-winning goals in each of his first two seasons, including five in 2011-12.

2011-12 SEASON RESULTS—Overall Record 16-17-6, ECAC 9-9-4 (T-6th) ATT

CU

OPP

Clarkson Goal Scorers - Gamewinner in CAPS

Oct. 2

W(H)

1,369

4

OTTAWA UNIV. (exh.)

Oct. 8

T(A)

3,307

4

#Alaska-Anchorage

KARPOWICH 25

Garlasco, J. Zarbo, BOAK, M. Zarbo

4ot

KARPOWICH 37

Cayer 2, J. Zarbo, Oakley

Oct. 8

L(N)

2,011

1

#Alaska-Fairbanks

3

KARPOWICH 32

Tremblay

Oct. 14

W(H)

2,525

Oct. 15

W(H)

2,656

3

SACRED HEART

0

KARPOWICH 23

OAKLEY 2, Tansey

5

SACRED HEART

2

KARPOWICH 26

Sexton, Tamblyn, OAKLEY 2, Cayer

Oct. 21

W(H)

Oct. 22

W(H)

2,361

5

AIC

2

KARPOWICH 26

McPHERSON (2), M. Zarbo, Tremblay, Tamblyn

3,207

5

AIC

0

KARPOWICH 31

McPHERSON, Labrecque, Sexton, Burton, Tremblay

Oct. 28 Oct. 29

W(A)

850

3

Bentley

2

KARPOWICH 33

Tremblay, Sexton, McPHERSON

T(A)

312

2

Bentley

2ot

KARPOWICH 29

Labrecque, Tremblay

Nov. 4

W(H)

2,550

4

Nov. 5

L(H)

2,676

1

*RENSSELAER

1

KARPOWICH 20

Tamblyn 2, OAKLEY, Tremblay

*UNION

3

KARPOWICH 22

Cayer

Nov. 11

T(A)

3,070

1

*Quinnipiac

Nov. 12

L(A)

1,989

0

*Princeton

1ot

KARPOWICH 43

Pawlick

3

KARPOWICH 28

Nov. 18

L(H)

2,241

2

*HARVARD

3

KARPOWICH 24

Nov. 19

W(H)

2,136

4

*DARTMOUTH

0

KARPOWICH 37

MORLEY 2, McPherson, Pawlick

Nov. 26

L(N)

5,328

3

^Maine

4

KARPOWICH 33

Oakley, Morley, McPherson

Nov. 27

W(A)

904

5

Holy Cross

0

KARPOWICH 27

TREMBLAY 2, Himelson, Tamblyn, Marsh

Dec. 2

L(A)

1,282

2

*Colgate

4

KARPOWICH 39

Burton, J. Zarbo

Dec. 3

T(A)

4,267

0

*Cornell

0

KARPOWICH 32

Dec. 6

W(A)

2,116

5

*St. Lawrence

3

KARPOWICH 28

J. Zarbo, Frederick 2, Tamblyn, M. ZARBO

Dec. 10

L(N)

4,800

1

@St. Lawrence

4

KARPOWICH 22

Tamblyn

Dec. 29

L(N)

4,533

1

$Maine

6

ROSEN 15, LaVeau 15 Oakley

Dec. 30

L(N)

4,255

3

$Cornell

5

LaVEAU 23

Sexton 2, Morley

Jan. 7

L(N)

7,075

1

&North Dakota

3

KARPOWICH 32

Cayer

Jan. 14

T(H)

2,248

2

*BROWN

2ot

KARPOWICH 15

Frederick, Tremblay

Jan. 15

W(H)

1,850

5

*YALE

4ot

KARPOWICH 38

LABRECQUE 2, Sexton, Oakley 2

Jan. 21

W(H)

3,899

4

*ST. LAWRENCE

3

KARPOWICH 10

Oakley, Howden, Tremblay, MARSH

Jan. 27

L(A)

2,013

2

*Union

5

KARPOWICH 37

Tremblay, Labrecque

Jan. 28

W(A)

4,346

3

*Rensselaer

2

KARPOWICH 29

Boak, Morley, TREMBLAY

Feb. 3

W(A)

1,395

3

*Brown

1

KARPOWICH 40

Boak, MARSH, Tremblay

Feb. 4

L(A)

3,500

1

*Yale

5

KARPOWICH 28

McPherson

Feb. 10

W(H)

2,191

3

*PRINCETON

2

KARPOWICH 24

Oakley, Labrecque, McPHERSON

Feb. 11

L(H)

2,203

6

*QUINNIPIAC

7

KARPOWICH 29

Morley 2, McPherson, Oakley 2, Sexton

Feb. 17

T(H)

2,690

1

*CORNELL

1ot

KARPOWICH 27

Tremblay

Feb. 18

W(H)

3,003

2

*COLGATE

1

KARPOWICH 28

Howden, McPHERSON

Feb. 24

L(A)

2,573

4

*Dartmouth

6

KARPOWICH 29

Himelson, Pawlick, McPherson, Oakley

Feb. 25

L(A)

2,417

2

*Harvard

3

KARPOWICH 31

Tansey, Oakley

Mar. 2

L(H)

1,918

1

%RENSSELAER

5

KARPOWICH 27

Tremblay

Mar. 3

W(H)

1,965

4

%RENSSELAER

Mar. 4

L(H)

1,758

1

%RENSSELAER

Attendance Total

107,789

2

Clarkson Saves

3 3ot KARPOWICH 50 4

KARPOWICH 26

Tremblay, M. Zarbo

Tremblay, Boak, Labrecque, SEXTON Labrecque

#Anchorage, AK, ^Portland, ME, @Lake Placid, $Estero, FL, Winnipeg, MAN, %ECAC 1st Rd.

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2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKEY

Alex Boak is one of Clarkson's most physical players and has led the Knights in penalties in each of the past two seasons.

Golden Knights

2011-12 GAME-by-GAME STATISTICS CU Power Play PPG

Att

%

Kills

CU Att

%

OPP

CU

OPP

Opponent

Oct. 8

#Alaska-Anchorage

T(A) 4-4ot

2

of

7

0.29

5

of

7

Oct. 8 Oct. 14

#vs Alaska-Fairbanks

L(N) 3-1

1

of

5

0.20

5

of

6

SACRED HEART

W(H) 3-0

1

of

4

0.25

6

of

Oct. 15

SACRED HEART

W(H) 5-2

3

of

7

0.43

8

Oct. 21

AIC

W(H) 5-2

1

of

4

0.25

3

Oct. 22

AIC

W(H) 5-0

2

of

7

0.29

Oct. 28

Bentley

W(A) 3-2

1

of

4

Oct. 29

Bentley

T(A) 2-2ot

1

of

6

Nov. 4

*RENSSELAER

W(H) 4-1

1

of

Nov. 5 Nov. 11

*UNION

L(H) 3-1

0

of

T(A) 1-1ot

0

of

5

Nov. 12

*Princeton

L(A) 3-0

0

of

1

Nov. 18 Nov. 19

*HARVARD

L(H) 3-2

1

of

7

0.14

*DARTMOUTH

W(H) 4-0

0

of

5

0.00

Nov. 26

^Maine

L(N) 4-3

1

of

5

0.20

Nov. 27

Holy Cross

W(A) 5-0

0

of

2

Dec. 2 Dec. 3

*Colgate

L(A) 4-2

0

of

4

*Cornell

T(A) 0-0ot

0

of

4

0.00

3

of

3

1.00

4

8

5

10

23

32

Dec. 6

*St. Lawrence

W(A) 5-3

1

of

3

0.33

5

of

5

1.00

9

29

7

25

28

31

*Quinnipiac

Score

CU Penalty Kill

Date

Pen

Min

Pen

Min

Shots

0.71

7

14

7

14

23

0.83

6

12

5

10

22

35

6

1.00

6

12

4

8

31

23

of

8

1.00

11

25

10

31

29

28

of

4

0.75

4

19

4

8

27

28

6

of

6

1.00

7

14

8

16

35

31

0.25

5

of

5

1.00

12

35

10

20

28

35

0.17

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

6

12

34

31

7

0.14

3

of

4

0.75

9

26

11

33

32

21

2

0.00

5

of

6

0.83

8

16

4

8

23

25

0.00

6

of

7

0.86

11

22

9

18

11

44

0.00

1

of

2

0.50

2

4

1

2

26

31

8

of

9

0.89

9

18

8

27

32

27

5

of

5

1.00

6

12

6

12

31

37

5

of

7

0.71

11

30

9

26

33

37

0.00

2

of

2

1.00

3

6

3

6

33

27

0.00

4

of

6

0.67

8

16

7

25

27

43

41

Dec. 10

@St. Lawrence

L(N) 4-1

0

of

5

0.00

5

of

7

0.71

7

14

5

10

28

26

Dec. 29

$Maine

L(N) 4-1

0

of

7

0.00

5

of

7

0.71

20

56

20

56

19

36

Dec. 30

$Cornell

L(N) 5-3

2

of

4

0.50

3

of

4

0.75

8

27

8

16

22

28

Jan. 7 Jan. 14

&North Dakota

L(N) 3-1

0

of

5

0.00

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

5

10

22

35

*BROWN

T(H) 2-2ot

0

of

7

0.00

5

of

5

1.00

8

16

9

21

41

17

Jan. 15

*YALE

W(H) 5-4ot

3

of

5

0.60

5

of

6

0.83

7

22

8

40

28

42

Jan. 21

*ST. LAWRENCE

W(H) 4-3

1

of

2

0.50

2

of

4

0.50

4

8

2

4

50

13

Jan. 27 Jan. 28

*Union

L(A) 5-2

0

of

3

0.00

2

of

4

0.50

7

14

6

12

32

42

*Rensselaer

W(A) 3-2

1

of

4

0.25

5

of

6

0.83

7

14

4

11

17

31

Feb. 3

*Brown

W(A) 3-1

1

of

4

0.25

2

of

3

0.67

9

18

9

18

20

41

Feb.4 Feb. 10

*Yale

L(A) 5-1

0

of

5

0.00

2

of

3

0.67

5

10

7

14

28

33

*PRINCETON

W(H) 3-2

1

of

5

0.20

6

of

7

0.86

7

14

5

10

28

26

Feb. 11 Feb. 17

*QUINNIPIAC

L(H) 7-6

0

of

4

0.00

4

of

5

0.80

11

38

11

49

27

36

*CORNELL

T(H) 1-1ot

1

of

3

0.33

4

of

4

1.00

8

24

7

22

25

28

Feb. 18

*COLGATE

W(H) 2-1

1

of

3

0.33

5

of

5

1.00

5

10

3

6

23

29

Feb. 24

*Dartmouth

L(A) 6-4

1

of

4

0.25

3

of

4

0.75

4

8

4

8

39

35

Feb. 25

*Harvard

L(A) 3-2

1

of

4

0.25

4

of

5

0.80

6

12

5

10

29

34

Mar. 2 Mar. 3

%RENSSELAER

L(H) 5-1

1

of

7

0.14

7

of

10

0.70

10

20

9

29

17

32

%RENSSELAER

W(H) 4-3 3ot

2

of

7

0.29

5

of

6

0.83

7

25

7

25

44

53

Mar. 4

%RENSSELAER

L(H) 4-1

1

of

7

0.14

3

of

4

0.75

4

19

7

14

24

30

184

0.18

205

0.82

285

703

265

696

1091

1254

TOTALS

When CU Scored First: When Opponent Scored First: When Leading After the First: When Trailing After the First: When Tied After the First: When Leading After the Second: When Trailing After the Second: When Tied After the Second:

33

12-7-1 4-10-4 10-2-1 1-8-2 5-7-3 11-2-2 2-12-1 3-3-3

of

168 of

When Outshooting Opponents: When Outshot By Opponents: When Shots Are Equal: Longest Winning Streak: Longest Unbeaten Streak: Longest Losing Streak: Longest Winless Streak

7-3-2 9-14-4 3-0-0

5 games (10/14 - 10/28) 7 games (6-0-1) (10/14 - 11/4) 4 games (12/10 - 1/7) 5 games (0-4-1) (12/10 - 1/14)

28  

October Games: November Games: December Games: January Games: February Games: March Games:

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

www.clarksonathletics.com

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AIC

Bentley

Bentley

*RENSSELAER

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*Quinnipiac

*Princeton

*HARVARD

*DARTMOUTH

Oct. 15

Oct. 21

Oct. 22

Oct. 28

Oct. 29

Nov. 4

Nov. 5

Nov. 11

Nov. 12

Nov. 18

Nov. 19

29  

%RENSSELAER

%RENSSELAER

OTTAWA (exh.)

Oct. 2

%RENSSELAER

Mar. 2

Mar. 4

*Harvard

Feb. 25

Mar. 3

*COLGATE

*Dartmouth

Feb. 24

*CORNELL

Feb. 18

*QUINNIPIAC

Feb. 17

*Rensselaer

Jan. 28

Feb. 11

*Union

Jan. 27

*PRINCETON

*ST. LAWRENCE

Jan. 21

Feb. 10

*YALE

Jan. 15

*Brown

*BROWN

Jan. 14

*Yale

&North Dakota

Jan. 7

Feb. 4

$Cornell

Dec. 30

Feb. 3

@St. Lawrence

Dec. 6

$Maine

*St. Lawrence

Dec. 3

Dec. 29

*Cornell

Dec. 2

Dec. 10

Holy Cross

*Colgate

Nov. 27

^Maine

SACRED HEART

Oct. 14

Nov. 26

#vs Alaska-Fairbanks

SACRED HEART

Ocy. 8

Opponent

#Alaska-Anchorage

Date

Oct. 8

0-0

0-0

W(H) 4-2

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0-0

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0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

0-0

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0-0

0-0

0-0

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L(A) 6-4

W(H) 2-1

T(H) 1-1ot

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W(H) 3-2

L(A) 5-1

W(A) 3-1

W(A) 3-2

L(A) 5-2

W(H) 4-3

W(H) 5-4ot

T(H) 2-2ot

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L(N) 5-3

L(N) 6-1

L(N) 4-1

W(A) 5-3

T(A) 0-0ot

L(A) 4-2

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T(A) 1-1ot

0-0

0-0

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L(H) 3-1

0-0

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0-0

0-0

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0-0

0-0

W(H) 5-2

W(H) 4-1

0-0

T(A) 2-2ot

0-0

L(N) 3-1

W(H) 3-0

2

0-0

T(A) 4-4ot

Score

%Gamewinner *Powerplay &Shorthanded ^Empty Net

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKEY

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0-0

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0-0

0-0

0-0

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0-0

0-0

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0-0

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0-0

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0-0

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0-0

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0-0

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8

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9

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10

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14

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2011-12 CLARKSON UNIVERSITY Hockey Schedule and Statistics with individual goals and assists

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Jarrett Burton has tallied a shorthanded goal in each of his first two seasons at Clarkson.

Codey Rosen is the lone veteran in the Knights' crease this season, but has seen limited action through his first three year playing in only 140 minutes through five games.

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2012-13

OUTLOOK

Clarkson will look to build upon the successes of last year when the Knights posted the most wins for the program in four years with 16 victories.

Golden Knights QUICK FACTS Head Coach Casey Jones (2nd season) Assistant Coaches: Phil Roy '00 Andy Jones 2011-12 Overall Record: 16-17-6 2011-12 ECAC Record: 9-9-4 (T-6th) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 18/8 Captain: Ben Sexton

HEAD COACH Casey Jones begins his second season guiding the Golden Knights after leading Clarkson to its most wins in four years (16) and a homeice berth in the ECAC playoffs. Jones was a finalist for the Tim Taylor ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year Award in 2012.

2012-13 CLARKSON OUTLOOK K

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lthough the Clarkson n Hockey team finished d one game below .500 last sea-son and narrowly missed outt on a first-round bye in thee conference playoffs, excite-ment around the program iss high. Many of the Green and d d Gold faithful believe Head Coach Casey Jones and hiss staff will revive the Golden n Knights into the juggernautt that ruled ECAC Hockey inn the 1990s. Clarkson showed flashess of brilliance last season. Thee league sweep of archrivall St. Lawrence, posting fivee shutouts and the triplee overtime playoff victoryy against Rensselaer weree among the highlights. Thee details of those gamess 3 hint at what 2012-13 m might be like in Potsdam this winter. Entering his second d year at the Clarkson n helm, Jones, was a finalistt for the 2012 Tim Taylorr ECAC Hockey Coach h of the Year Award. Joness along with assistants Phill Roy ’00 and Andy Joness will look to build upon thee successes of last season when n the Green and Gold were thee most improved team in the 12-team conference. Eighteen lettermen return n from last year’s squad which h posted a 16-17-6 overall re-cord and skated to a tie forr sixth place in ECAC Hockeyy with a 9-9-4 league mark. The coaching staff has also o brought in a talented group p

o nine players (six forwards,, of ttwo goaltenders and one deffenseman) who will be counteed upon to help the Knights ccontinue their move towards tthe top of the ECAC Hockeyy sstandings and back into nationaal prominence. Junior Ben Sexton (Kanatta, ONT) will serve as thee Golden Knights captain this G winter as Clarkson competes w iin its 91st season of play. An 18-game home slate,, a pair of weekend non-confference series against NCAA A ppowerhouses, another trip p tto the Adirondack Mountains ffor a non-league battle againstt iits archrival and the always ccompetitive 22-game ECAC Hockey campaign highlightt H tthe 2012-13 schedule for thee G Green and Gold. Clarkson travels to Colorado College on October 12-13 d tto officially open the 34-gamee NCAA campaign. Collegee N hhockey returns to Cheel Arena for the 22nd season on A October 20 when the Knights O hhost Holy Cross to open a tthree-game home stand. Clarkson’s battle for thee Cleary Cup begins on NovemC bber 9 when the Knights travel tto New Haven, CT to face offf aagainst Yale to begin the ECAC Hockey campaign. H FORWARDS: F Clarkson will look to retool its C depleted offense and needs a d cconsistent supporting cast to o eemerge to help Sexton and cclassmate Allan McPher-sson (Kinburn, ONT) for thee

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Knights to be an offensive K tthreat. With 11 veterans returning uup front and with six talented ffreshmen looking to make ttheir mark, competition among tthe Knights’ forwards for playiing time will be intense. Steady veterans Nick Trembblay, Louke Oakley, Jake Morley, Corey Tamblyn and Julien CayC eer have graduated. Clarkson, hhowever, returns experience in ssenior Adam Pawlick (Utica, N NY) and an emerging junior cclass, that provided 30% of the offense last season with 30 o ggoals and 52 assists. Opposing defenses will pay sspecial attention to the superb pplay of Sexton, who, despite pplaying through a rash of injjuries, has averaged close to a point per game through his www.clarksonathletics.com

Will Frederick has been a steady, tough right wing for the past two years, providing Clarkson with a physical presence in the corners and in front of the net.

334 points (11-23). Jeff DiNall llo (Aurora, ONT) scored 38 ppoints (14-24) for the Newmarket Hurricanes. Patrick m Megannety (Oakville, ONT) M sskated for the Georgetown Raiders and tallied 46 points R ((26-20) in 41 games, and played aalongside DiNallo for Canada EEast in 2011-2012 World Junnior A U19 Championship.

Captain Ben Sexton

first two seasons. In 39 gamess he has recorded 13 goals and d 24 assists. Last season he tal-lied eight goals and 21 assistss through 27 contests. McPherson put up 23 pointss and 11 goals, including a team-high five game-winners. Steady right wing Willl Frederick (Allison Park,, PA) along with Matt Zarbo o (Grand Island, NY), Jarrettt d Burton (Echo Bay, ONT) and Mike Garlasco (Mahwah, NJ)) o will also be counted upon to increase their offensive con-tributions in their junior cam-paigns. The Knights can also ex-pect contributions on the of-fensive end from sophomoress Joe Zarbo (Grand Island, NY)) and Patrick Marsh (Oakville,, ONT), who played regularr roles last season in their colle-h giate debuts. Classmate Mitch w Zion (Manotick, ONT) saw limited action last year, butt should push for playing time.. Sophomore JD Carrabino o

((New Canaan, CT), will lookk tto make use of his size (6-6,, 2230-pounds) and toughness to find a role up front. There is plenty of size, skill aand potential among the inccoming rookies. Christian Finch (Claremont, ONT) F was the RBC National Juw nnior Tier II Player of the Year aafter scoring 104, points inccluding an OJHL-high 67 asssists, for the Stouffville Spirit.. Christian Powers (Carlisle,, C ONT) played alongside Finch O aat Stouffville and scored 61 ppoints (25-36) while helping to llead the Spirit to OJHL playofff ttitle and a berth in the Dudley H Hewitt Central Canada Junior A Championship final. Todd C Christian (Norwalk, CT) w named the Most Valuable was F Forward for the Notre Dame H Hounds after scoring 57 p points, including 25 goals, in 57 S SJHL games. Simon Bessette (St. Jean,, QUE) was team captain for the Q Wellington Dukes and scored W

DEFENSE: D While Clarkson looks to inW ccrease its scoring up front aand stabilize the inexperience iin the crease, the Knights will rrely heavily upon the blueline bbrigade which returns all six sstarters from last year’s squad. The Knights, however, will hhave to make do without the sservices of sophomore Kevin Tansey (Hammond, ONT) for T aat least the fall semester as he rrecovers from injuries he sufffered in an assault in Ottawa tthis past summer. A young Clarkson defense ggained valuable experience llast season. As the 2012-13 ccampaign progresses and the Green and Gold gain a little G more seasoning, the Knights m bblueline play should be an area of improvement when posto sseason action rolls around. Seven veterans, who have all sseen considerable playing time, aand a talented rookie present Clarkson with size, skill and C depth in its own zone. d Andrew Himelson (Monrroe, NY) and Nik Pokulok ((Vaudreuil-Dorion, QUE) provvide veteran leadership enttering their senior campaigns. H Himelson was Clarkson’s m most improved player last year

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PROJECTED ROSTER Forwards (17) *Adam Pawlick Sr. 34gp 3-3-6 *Ben Sexton Jr. 27gp 8-21-29 *Allan McPherson Jr. 39gp 11-12-23 *Will Frederick Jr. 37gp 3-6-9 *Matt Zarbo Jr. 33gp 3-3-6 *Jarrett Burton Jr. 34gp 2-4-6 *Mike Garlasco Jr. 11gp 0-0-0 *Joe Zarbo So. 36gp 3-9-12 *Patrick Marsh So. 26gp 3-3-6 *Mitch Zion So. 13gp 0-1-1 JD Carrabino, So. dnp Simon Bessette Fr. Wellington Dukes Todd Christian Fr. Notre Dame Hounds Jeff Dinallo Fr. Newmarket Hurricanes Christian Finch Fr. Stouffville Spirit Pat Megannety Fr. Georgetown Raiders Christian Powers Fr. Stouffville Spirit Defensemen (8) *Andrew Himelson 38gp 2-6-8 *Nik Pokulok 35gp 0-3-3 *Alex Boak 39gp 3-5-8 *Chase Fuchs 9gp 0-3-3 *Sam Labrecque 37gp 8-15-23 *James Howden 37gp 2-7-9 *Kevin Tansey 39gp 2-7-9 Paul Geiger Stouffville Spirit

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

Goaltenders (3) *Cody Rosen Sr. 1gp . 789sv% 8.73gaa 0-1-0 Andrew Hunt Fr. Surrey Eagles Greg Lewis, Fr. Wenatchee Wild *Lettermen (18)

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Senior defenseman Nik Pokulok has played in more games (101) than any other current Golden Knight.

Golden Knights

Andrew Himelson

and developed into the Knights’ most reli-able defenseman. He skated in 38 gamess and scored two goals, recorded six assistss and was a team leader in plus/minus at +6.. One of the biggest players on the roster, r, at 6-5, 222-pounds, Pokulok has played in n more career games (101) than any otherr current Golden Knight. Juniors Alex Boak (Norwood, NY)) and Chase Fuchs (Severna Park, MD)) displayed steady improvement through h their first two seasons. Boak, who has good size at 6-1,, 203-pounds, is a physical player who frus-trates opposing forwards with his antago-nistic style of play. He has accumulated d 168 penalty minutes the past two seasons,, including a team-high 102 in 2011-12. Fuchs, who came to Clarkson as a walk-on candidate in 2010-11, finally gott d his chance to play last year and responded with a solid effort posting a +6 rating and d three assists in nine games. A trio of sophomores, who made keyy contributions in their rookie campaigns,, has the potential to dominate on thee blueline this winter. Sam Labrecque (Granby, QUE) wass selected as the Knights’ Rookie of the Yearr after a standout performance in 2011-12 2

when he was Clarkson'ss top offensive producerr from the blueline. His 233 points, on eight goals and d 15 assists, were the mostt by a Clarkson defense-man since 2002-03. Hee was a main componentt on the power play with h 16 points (5-11) on thee man-advantage. James Howden n (Edgeley, SASK) and d Tansey both big, physi-cal, hard-hitting defense-men, were mainstays on n the Clarkson bluelinee in their first collegiatee campaigns. Howden, 6-1,, 203-pounds, played in 37 7 ggames and posted a team-high +7 plus// minus. He led the Knights in scoring from m tthe blueline in conference play with eightt ECAC Hockey points (2-6). The only Clarkson rookie to skatee in all 39 games last year, Tansey, 6-3,, 207-pounds, scored nine points on two o ggoals and seven assists. At 6-3, 200-pounds and the OJHL’ss Best Defenseman in 2011-12, freshman n Paul Geiger (Stouffville, ONT) should d be a force on the Clarkson defense this winter. He was a ttop scorer in the OJHL from tthe blueline for the Stouffville Spirit with 1.25 points per ggame with 54 points, including 41 assists (fifth overall in the league). GOAL: W When the strengths of the Clarkson program were discussed the past four years, the steady play of Paul Karpowich w was always at the forefront. Now that Clarkson’s allttime save leader (3,735) has ggraduated and is pursuing a

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p professional career iin th the St St. LLouis i Bl Blues organization, the Knights, who also graduo aated Richie LaVeau, will look for a reliable sstarter to emerge from a group of three uuntested netminders. The lone goaltender with any colleggiate experience on the roster, senior Cody Rosen (Kingston, ONT) will look C tto make the most of his senior campaign. Playing behind Karpowich the past three P yyears, the 2010 NY Islanders draft choice ((7th rd, 185th) saw limited action, playiing just 140 career minutes through five ggames, including two starts. Freshman Andrew Hunt (Surrey, BC) aand Greg Lewis (Mars, PA) will also batttle for the starting position. A tall goalie, at 6-2, Hunt was a BCHL Coastal Conference First-Team All-Star C ffor the Surrey Eagles. He started in 52 ggames in 2011-12, posting a .913 save perccentage and a 2.92 goals against average een route to a 30-19-1 record. Lewis played in 26 games for the Wenatchee Wild in the NAHL last season, W rrecording a .923 save percentage and a 1.77 GAA. He posted a 12-11 record with ffour shutouts.

Cody Rosen

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Nick Tremblay (#12) and Louke Oakley were presented with the Paul J. Pilon and Fran Neragin Awards, respectively at the 2012 Clarkson Hockey Booster Club Awards Banquet.

CLARKSON BOOSTER CLUB AWARDS DS THE PAUL J. PILON AWARD

THE FRAN NERAGIN AWARD

Paul J. Pilon was an outstanding player on the 1936-38 Clarkson hockey teams. In November of 1938, Paul was killed in a car accident. The award was established in his memory. and presented to the hockey program’s top scholar-athlete.

Honors the memory of the local businessperson and loyal Clarkson hockey booster who passed away in 1984. Presented to a player who displays unselfish play and sportsmanship both on and off the ice.

Maurice J. Pilon ..................................... 1938 Allan F. Clark ......................................... 1942 Ross Potter ............................................. 1947 Lionel Hewitson ..................................... 1949 Ken Brown ............................................. 1951 William Drummond ............................... 1952 Robert Chouinard ................................... 1954 Gordon "Dutch" Meitz ........................... 1955 Arthur L. Smith ...................................... 1956 Ed Rowe .................................................. 1957 Edward Macdonald ................................ 1958 Henry A. Graham ................................... 1959 Robert Empie ......................................... 1968 Rick Magnusson ..................................... 1970 Fred Erickson ......................................... 1971 Brian Mason ........................................... 1972 Larry Fleetham ....................................... 1973 Dave Taylor ............................................ 1977 Brian Shields .......................................... 1977 Sid Tanchak ............................................ 1979 Dan Makuch ........................................... 1980 Steve MacDougall .................................. 1981 Gary Larsen ............................................ 1982 Pat Haramis ............................................ 1984 Dave Fretz .............................................. 1985 Dave Mellen ........................................... 1989 Mark Tretowicz ...................................... 1990 Dave Tretowicz ...................................... 1991 Patrick Theriault...................................... 1994 Claude Morin .......................................... 1995 Steve Palmer ........................................... 1996 Todd White .............................................. 1997 Buddy Wallace ........................................ 1998 Mikko Ollila ............................................ 1999 Carl Drakensjo ........................................ 2000 Don Smith ............................................... 2001 Ian Manzano............................................ 2002 Chris Bahen............................................. 2003 Trevor Edwards ....................................... 2004 Mac Faulkner .......................................... 2005 Brodie Rutherglen ................................... 2007 Nick Dodge ............................................. 2008 Tyrell Mason ........................................... 2009 Tom Pizzo ............................................... 2011 Nick Tremblay ........................................ 2012

Bob Lenney ..............................................1985 Steve Williams .........................................1986 Steve Williams .........................................1987 Ron Reagan ..............................................1988 Ron Reagan ..............................................1989 Ron Reagan ..............................................1990 Mike Kozak ..............................................1991 Patrick Theriault .......................................1992 Hugo Belanger ..........................................1993 Patrick Theriault........................................1994 Adam Wiesel .............................................1995 Jordan Grant ..............................................1996 Jordan Grant ..............................................1997 Mikko Ollila ..............................................1998 Yan Turgeon ..............................................1999 Don Smith .................................................2000 Gasper Sekelj ............................................2001 David Evans ..............................................2002 Trevor Edwards .........................................2003 Jean Desrochers ........................................2004 Chris Blight ...............................................2005 Jamie McKinven .......................................2006 Kyle McNulty ...........................................2007 Mike Arciero .............................................2008 Jon Marshall ..............................................2009 Tom Pizzo .................................................2010 Lauri Tuohimaa .........................................2011 Louke Oakley ............................................2012

MIKE MORRISON AWARD Presented annually to a hockey player who displays great teamwork, hustle, and dedication. The award honors the memory of the former Golden Knight who died in a work accident on July 27, 1989. A rugged four-year veteran at forward, Morrison emerged from being a freshman walk-on candidate to become Clarkson’s team captain in his senior year. Mike Morrison ..........................................1989 Mark Tretowicz ........................................1990 Mike Casselman .......................................1991 Dave Green ..............................................1992 Steve Dubinsky .........................................1993 Brian Mueller ............................................1994 Scott Ricci .................................................1995 Kevin Murphy ...........................................1996 Jean-Francois Houle..................................1997 Chris Bernard ............................................1998 Ben Maidment...........................................1999 Kerry Ellis-Toddington .............................2000 Mike Walsh ...............................................2001 Joe Carosa .................................................2002 Rob McFeeters ..........................................2003 Tristan Lush ..............................................2004 Ken Scuderi...............................................2005 Chris Brekelmans ......................................2006 Max Kolu ..................................................2007 David Cayer ..............................................2008 Adam Bellows...........................................2009 Mark Borowiecki ......................................2010 Brandon DeFazio ......................................2011 Jake Morley...............................................2012

RICHMOND UNSUNG HERO AWARD Named in honor of loyal Clarkson followers Ernie and Connie Richmond, the Richmond award is presented to a Golden Knight who has shown improvement in his playing ability and displayed team leadership. Dave Tretowicz ................................1990, 91 Martin d’Orsonnens ...............................1992 Mikko Tavi ..............................................1993 Shawn Fotheringham .............................1994 Jason Currie ...........................................1994 Dan Murphy ...........................................1995 Jean-Francois Houle..........................1996, 97 Ben Maidment ........................................1998 Kent Huskins ..........................................1999 Matt Poapst ............................................2000 Don Smith ...............................................2001 Kevin O'Flaherty .....................................2002 Ken Scuderi.............................................2003 Rob McFeeters ........................................2004 Steve Zalewski ........................................2005 Jeff Genovy .............................................2006 Mike Sullivan ..........................................2007 Grant Clitsome ........................................2008 Scott Freeman .........................................2009 Jeremiah Crowe ......................................2010 Tom Pizzo ............................................... 2011 Andrew Himelson ...................................2012

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Eighteen lettermen return for the Golden Knights in 2012-13.

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Name Andrew HUNT Nik POKULOK Paul GEIGER Sam LABRECQUE Alex BOAK Chase FUCHS Allan McPHERSON Kevin TANSEY Todd CHRISTIAN Patrick MARSH Christian FINCH Ben SEXTON Adam PAWLICK Simon BESSETTE Christian POWERS Mike GARLASCO Jarrett BURTON Matt ZARBO James HOWDEN Andrew HIMELSON Joe ZARBO Mitch ZION Jeff DiNALLO Pat MEGANNETY Greg LEWIS Cody ROSEN Will FREDERICK JD CARRABINO

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

Pos. Goal Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Goal Goal Forward Forward

S/C. L L L L R R L L L R L R L L R R L L L L L L L L L L R R

Ht. Wt. 6-2 178 6-5 225 6-3 207 5-8 173 6-1 210 5-10 175 5-10 179 6-3 207 6-1.5 191 6-0 193 6-0 183 6-0 203 6-0 190 5-11.5 191 5-11 187 5-10.5 187 6-0 180 6-1 193 6-1 202 5-9 183 6-0 188 5-10 180 5-7 165 5-11 185 6-1 160 5-10 172 6-3 218 6-6 232

* Letterwinners (18) $ Captain Head Coach: Casey JONES (Cornell ‘90) Assistant Coach: Phil ROY (Clarkson ‘00) Assistant Coach: Andy JONES (Amherst '00) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Jaime RODRIGUEZ (Lasell '03) Hockey Trainer: Mike PITTS (Cortland ‘00) Equipment Manager: Todd AXTELL

Birthdate 3/19/92 5/9/90 7/28/92 2/20/92 9/29/89 8/20/90 4/8/91 2/22/93 9/16/91 5/28/90 4/9/91 6/6/91 1/29/90 9/26/91 5/21/91 4/2/90 12/30/90 5/7/90 8/24/91 2/24/90 8/10/91 2/7/92 9/27/93 2/1/93 8/18/91 9/27/90 2/3/89 2/17/91

Hometown/Last Team Surrey, BC/Surrey Eagles (BCHL) Vaudreuil-Dorion, QUE/ Northwood School Stouffville, ONT/Stouffville Spirit (OJHL) Granby, QUE/Nanaimo Clippers (BCHL) Norwood, NY/Brockville Braves (CJHL) Severna Park, MD/Syracuse Stars (EJHL) Kinburn, ONT/Kanata Stallions (CJHL) Hammond, ONT/Cumberland Grads (CJHL) Norwalk, CT/Notre Dame Hounds (SJHL) Oakville, ONT/Burlington Cougars (OJHL) Claremont, ONT/Stouffville Spirit (OJHL) Kanata, ONT/Penticton Vees (BCHL) Utica, NY/Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) St. Jean, QUE/Wellington Dukes (OJHL) Carlisle, ONT/Stouffville Spirit (OJHL) Mahwah, NJ/Apple Core (EJHL) Echo Bay, ONT/Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL) Grand Island, NY/Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL) Edgeley, SASK/Notre Dame Hounds (SJHL) Monroe, NY/Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL) Grand Island, NY/Wellington Dukes (OJHL) Manotick, ONT/Cornwall Colts (CJHL) Aurora, ONT/Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL) Oakville, ONT/Georgetown Raiders (OJHL) Mars, PA/Wenatchee Wild (NAHL) Kingston, ONT/Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL) Allison Park, PA/Jersey Hitmen (EJHL) New Canaan, CT/Springfield Pics (EJHL)

Geographical Breakdown: Ontario ............................ 12 New York ...........................5 Quebec ...............................3 Connecticut .......................2 Pennsylvania.......................2 British Columbia...............1 Maryland.............................1 New Jersey ........................1 Saskatchewan ....................1

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Class Breakdown: Seniors .................... 4 Juniors ..................... 8 Sophomores .......... 7 Class Breakdown: Freshmen ............... Seniors..................69 Juniors ..................7 Sophomores..........6 Positional Breakdown: Freshmen ..............83 Goal ......................... Defense .................. 8 Forwards ..............17

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2012-13

PROFILES

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 3 (twice) (0-3) at Brown in 3-1 W(A), 2/3/12 Goals: 2 vs Cornell in 5-3 L(N), 12/30/11 Assists: 3 at Brown in 3-1 W(A), 2/3/12 Power Play Goals: 1 (five times) vs Yale in 5-4ot W(H), 1/15/12

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SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Named a Clarkson assistant captain after one year with the Knights … Overcame an early season injury and emerged as a top offensive force down the stretch … Averaged over a point per game with eight goals and 21 assists through 27 contests as Clarkson’s third-leading scorer ... Tallied 16 points, including a team-high 14 assists, over the final 12 regular season games to help keep Clarkson in contention for a top four spot in the ECAC Hockey standings … Led the Knights’ power play with a team-high 18 points on the man-advantage, including five goals … Ended the sixth longest game in NCAA history at 113:48 with the winning goal in the 4-3 3ot victory over Rensselaer (3/3) in the ECAC playoffs at Cheel Arena … Played first games back at the Florida College Classic (12/29-30) after missing the previous 12 with an injury and was named to the All-Tournament team … Scored a career-high two goals against Cornell (12/30) in Florida … Recorded a goal and an assist in 5-4ot triumph over Yale in Potsdam (1/15) … Set up all three goals in the Knights’ 3-1 victory at Brown (2/3) … Selected three times to ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Multiple-Point Games: 12 (1-1) vs Rensselaer in 4-3 3ot W(H), 3/3/12 First Career Goal: vs Bentley in 5-1 W(H), 10/22/10 First Career Assist: vs Bentley in 5-1 W(H), 10/22/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Clarkson's Captain, who is averaging close to a point per game with 37 through 39 contests. He is a 2009 NHL Draft pick of Boston (7th rd - 206).

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Played a key role in the Golden Knights’ earlyseason success, recording three goals and two assists as Clarkson opened the year with a 4-2-2 mark … Was injured after scoring his third goal of the season just 18 seconds into the 4-4 tie against Colgate (11/5) and missed the next 22 games … Came back from what many thought would be a season-ending injury and skated in the final six games … Scored a goal in first game back, a 4-3 overtime loss to 7th-ranked Union … Finished with eight points on five goals and three assists through 12 games … Posted a +2 plus/minus rating … Tallied three points (1-2) in 5-1 victory over Bentley (10/22) … Recorded a goal and an assist in season-ending loss to Harvard (3/5) … Named to ECAC Hockey Honor Roll once (10/26). BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 50 games for the Penticton Vees in the BCHL during 2009-10, recording 42 points, including 29 assists ... Won Bronze Medal at 2008 World Jr. A Challenge with Team Canada East. PERSONAL—Son of Jo-Ann and Randy Sexton. Father, who played at St. Lawrence (1978-82) and earned Masters Degree from Clarkson, currently serves as the Assistant Director of Amateur Scouting for the Pittsburgh Penguins ... Born on June 6, 1991 ... Shoots right ... Solid student majoring in Finance ... A 2009 NHL Draft Choice of the Boston Bruins (7th round, 206 overall) Has two brothers, Michael and Patrick … Likes to spend summer time at family cottage, wakeboarding and water-skiing … Lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Colgate and St. Lawrence. WHY CLARKSON—“Proximity to home. A winning tradition for the hockey program that produces pros. Was interested in the Business program.”

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 12 5 27 8 39 13

ASSISTS 3 21 24

POINTS 8 29 37

P/M 6/12 22/44 28/56

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14

PPG 0 5 5

SHG 0 0 0

Junior - Forward 6-0, 203 - 6/6/91 Kanata, Ontario

GWG 0 1 1

HT 0 0 0

+/+2 -4 -2

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (three times) (0-2) vs Dartmouth in 4-0 W(H), 11/19/11 Goals: 1 (four times) vs Harvard in 6-4 L(H), 3/5/11 Assists: 2 (0-2) vs Dartmouth in 4-0 W(H), 11/19/11 Power Play Goals: Multiple-Point Games: 3 (0-2) vs Dartmouth in 4-0 W(H), 11/19/11 JUNIOR YEAR (2011-12)—Played in 35 games recording three assists and a +2 plus/minus rating … Posted a career-high two assists and provided solid play on the blueline in 4-0 victory over Dartmouth at Cheel Arena (11/19) … Helped to set up game-winning goal in 4-3 3ot victory over Rensselaer (3/3) in the ECAC playoffs at Cheel in the sixth longest game in NCAA history (113:48). SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11)—Provided Clarkson with an intimidating presence on the blueline … Picked up his offensive play, contributing four goals and four assists through 29 games … Helped to set up tying score in 4-4 draw against Colgate (11/5) for first point of the season … First collegiate goal was the game-winner in 3-1 victory over Harvard (11/13) at Cheel Arena … Posted a two-point effort with one goal and one assist in 5-3 win at Princeton (12/3) … Also scored in 9-2 victory at Sacred Heart (12/12) … Recorded two assists in loss at #1-ranked Yale (1/21) … Opened the scoring in final game of the season, a 6-4 loss to Harvard (3/5) in ECAC Hockey playoffs.

First Career Assist: at Minn.-Duluth in 4-1 L(A), 10/30/09 First Career Goal: vs Harvard in 3-1 W(H), 11/13/11

CLARKSON FAST FACT: The Golden Knights' veteran on defense, skating in 101 games over the past three seasons. His first career goal was the game-winner in 3-1 victory over Harvard (11/13/10).

FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-10)—A big, physical presence for the Knights who emerged as a solid player on the blueline … The lone Clarkson rookie and one of only four Knights to play in all 37 games … Recorded three assists, setting up goals at Minnesota-Duluth (10/30) and Dartmouth (11/20) and against Brown (1/23). BEFORE CLARKSON—Enjoyed two solid seasons at Northwood Prep ... Skated in 81 games from 2007-2009 and recorded seven goals and 16 assists for 23 points ... Also amassed 94 penalty minutes ... Tallied 11 points (3-8) and 62 penalty minutes in 39 games in 2008-09. PERSONAL—Son of Michele Grenier and John Pokulok ... Born on May 9, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Younger brother of former Cornell standout Sasha Pokulok ... Likes to play squash and crew ... Lists Mike Komisarek as his favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"I saw a couple of games at Cheel Arena when I was younger, and my decision was made that I wanted to play at Clarkson."

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YEAR 2009-10 FR 2010-11 SO 2011-12 SR Totals

GP GOALS 37 0 29 4 35 0 101 4

ASSISTS 3 4 3 10

POINTS 3 8 3 14

P/M 22/44 16/54 18/36 56/134

39  

PPG 0 0 0 0

2

Senior - Defense 6-5, 225 - 5/9/90 Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec

SHG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 1 0 1

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-11 E +2 -9

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 3 (2-1) vs Yale in 5-4ot W(H), 1/15/12 Goals: 2 vs Yale in 5-4ot W(H), 1/15/12 Assists: 2 vs Maine in 4-3 L(N), 11/26/11 Power Play Goals: - 1 (five times) vs Rensselaer in 4-1 L(A), 3/4/12

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Selected as the Knights’ Rookie of the Year ... Clarkson's leading rookie scorer overall and top offensive producer for the Knights from the blueline ... His 23 points, on eight goals and 15 assists, were the most by a Clarkson defenseman since Randy Jones tallied 33 (13-20) in 2002-03 … Tallied two goals and two assists in three ECAC Hockey postseason games … Scored on the power play late in regulation of Game 2 of the playoffs vs. Rensselaer (3/3), forcing extra play, which Clarkson eventually won 4-3 in 3ot after 113:48 of play (sixth longest game in NCAA history) … Key component on Clarkson's power play with 16 points (5-11) on the man-advantage ... Recorded a season-best three points on two goals, including game-winner, and one assist in 5-4 overtime victory against Yale (1/15) ... Was called for just six minutes in penalties through 37 games ... Selected ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week (1/16) and named three times to conference weekly Honor Roll.

Multiple-Point Games: 5 (1-1) vs Rensselaer in 4-3 3ot W(H), 3/3/12 First Career Assist: vs Sacred Heart in 3-0 W(H), 10/14/11 First Career Goal: vs AIC in 5-0 W(H), 10/22/11

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Led the Knights' rookies in scoring last season with 23 points from the blueline. Five of his eight goals came on the power play.

BEFORE CLARKSON—An offensive defenseman in the BCHL for the Nanaimo Clippers who recorded 27 points on 15 goals, including eight power-play tallies, and 12 assists through 47 games during the regular season … Tied for the Clippers’ scoring lead in the playoffs with four points (3-1) through five games ... Named Nanaimo's Rookie of the Year. PERSONAL—Son of Nathalie Garneau and Pierre Labrecque ... Born on February 20, 1992 ... Shoots left ... Engineering and Management major ... Has a younger sister, Sarah ... Also recruited by Michigan Tech, UNH and Ohio State. WHY CLARKSON—"Clarkson has a good E&M program with a strong hockey program, and Potsdam is close to home."

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YEAR 2011-12 FR Totals

GP GOALS 37 8 37 8

ASSISTS 15 15

POINTS 23 23

40  

P/M 3/6 3/6

Sophomore - Defense 5-8, 173 - 2/20/92 Granby, Quebec

4

PPG 5 5

SHG 0 0

GWG 1 1

HT 0 0

+/-9 -9

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (0-2) at Sacred Heart in 9-2 W(A), 12/12/10 Goals: 1 (five times) vs Rensselaer in 4-3 3ot W(H), 3/3/12 Assists: 2 at Sacred Heart in 9-2 W(A), 12/12/10 Power Play Goals: - 1 vs Rensselaer in 4-3 3ot W(H), 3/3/12

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Played a leading role on Clarkson’s blueline as one of only four Golden Knights to skate in all 39 games … A hard-hitting, no-nonsense defenseman who led the team in penalties with 102 minutes (the most at Clarkson since the 2006-07 campaign) … Scored three goals and posted five assists … Tallied a power-play marker in 4-3 3ot victory against Rensselaer (3/3) at Cheel Arena in the sixth longest game in NCAA history at 113:48 … Scored Clarkson’s opening goal in back-to-back wins on the road, at Rensselaer (1/28) and at Brown (2/3) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Emerged as a solid, hard-hitting Division I defenseman … Played in 32 of 36 games, recording nine points, including seven assists … Among team leaders in plus/ minus at +4 … Tallied Clarkson’s lone goal in loss to Dartmouth (11/12) for first collegiate tally … Also scored the Knights’ only goal in 2-1 loss to Harvard (3/4) … Recorded an assist in first collegiate game, a 6-2 victory over 4th-ranked St. Cloud State (10/9) … Posted two assists in 9-2 win at Sacred Heart (12/12) … Led the Knights in penalties (25/66).

Multiple-Point Games: 1 (0-2) at Sacred Heart in 9-2 W(A), 12/12/10 First Career Assist: vs St. Cloud in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 First Career Goal: vs Dartmouth in 7-1 L(H), 11/12/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: An in-your-face defenseman, Boak led the Knights in penalties the past two seasons, accumulating 168 minutes through 71 games.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played for CJHL’s Team East All-Star squad … Named Brockville’s Most Improved Player and Top Defenseman in 2010 … Tallied 33 points, including 28 assists through 57 regular-season games ... Was very productive in the playoffs with six goals and four assists through 10 postseason contests in 2009-10. PERSONAL—Son of Nannette and Gregory Boak ... Born on September 29, 1989 ... Shoots right ... Business major ... North Country native who attended Norwood-Norfolk Central School ... Has one younger brother, Zach ... Likes to hunt, fish and water sports ... Lists Nicklas Lidstrom as his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Alabama-Huntsville. WHY CLARKSON—"It had been my dream to play for Clarkson since I was a little kid so it was a no brainier to come to here."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 32 2 39 3 71 5

ASSISTS 7 5 12

POINTS 9 8 17

P/M 25/66 32/102 57/168

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Junior - Defense 6-1, 210 - 9/29/89 Norwood, New York

5

PPG 0 1 1

SHG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/+4 -7 -3

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (three times) (0-1) vs Quinnipiac in 7-6 L(H), 1/11/12 Goals: Assists: 1 (three times) vs Quinnipiac in 7-6 L(H), 1/11/12 Power Play Goals: First Career Assist: vs St. Lawrence in 4-1 L(N), 12/10/11 SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—An unselfish teammate who played a role on the Knights’ young blueline … Saw action in nine games and recorded three assists along with posting one of the best +/- on the team at +6 … Helped Clarkson post shutouts in his first two collegiate games, 4-0 over Dartmouth (11/19) and 5-0 at Holy Cross (11/27) … First collegiate point was an assist against St. Lawrence in Lake Placid (12/10) … Assisted on game-winning goal in 3-2 victory at Rensselaer (1/28) … Also tallied an assist against Quinnipiac (2/11) at Cheel Arena ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Saw his first action as a Golden Knight last season, playing in nine games and posting one of the best plus/ minus on the team at +6.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Was a walk-on candidate who participated in practices, but did not see any game time. BEFORE CLARKSON—Recorded four goals and 14 assists for 18 points through 36 games with the Syracuse Stars in 2009-10 PERSONAL—Son of Colleen Johansen and John Fuchs ... Born on August 30, 1990 ... Shoots right ... Has an older sisiter, Catherine ... Lists Dan Boyle as his favorite athlete ... Likes to play football and ultimate frisbee. WHY CLARKSON—"Clarkson is the only opportunity I have to play Division 1. Playing a Division 1 sport has always been my goal and when Coach Roll told me I would have a chance I could not turn it down. Along with having a great hockey tradition it is a very good academic school which is important to me."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS DNP 9 0 32 2

Junior - Defense 5-10, 175 - 8/20/90 Severna Park, Maryland

ASSISTS

POINTS

P/M

PPG

SHG

GWG

HT

+/-

3 7

3 9

2/4 25/66

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

+6 +4

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (11 times) (1-1) vs Quinnipiac in 7-6 L(H), 2/11/12 Goals: 2 vs AIC in 5-2 W(H), 10/21/11 Assists: 2 (six times) vs Cornell in 5-3 L(N), 12/30/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (four times) vs Colgate in 2-1 W(H), 2/18/12 Multiple-Point Games: 11 (1-1) vs Quinnipiac in 7-6 L(H), 2/11/12

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Tied for fourth on Clarkson in scoring with 23 points on 11 goals and 12 assists playing in all 39 games … Was strong down the stretch with seven points, including five goals, in final eight regular-season games to help keep Clarkson in contention for a top-four spot in the ECAC Hockey standings … Tallied a team-high five game-winning goals (tied for sixth in the nation) … Scored three consecutive game-winners in victories over AIC (10/2122) and Bentley (10/28) … Came through with deciding goal in 3-2 win over Princeton (2/10) at Cheel and netted Clarkson’s second goal, a power-play marker, in 2-1 triumph over Colgate (2/18) in Potsdam … Set up winning goal in the sixth longest game in NCAA history (113:48) with primary assist in the 4-3 3ot victory over Rensselaer (3/3) in the ECAC playoffs at Cheel ... Named ECAC Player of the Week(10/25).

First Career Goal: vs St. Cloud State in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 First Career Assist: vs Harvard in 3-1 W(H), 11/13/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: One of the Knights' top goal scorers with 19 tallies through his first two years. Netted a team-high five game-winners last season.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Clarkson’s second-leading scorer as a rookie with 23 points through 35 games … Tallied eight goals and tied for the team lead in assists with 15 … Led the team in game-winning goals with three, scoring the deciding goal in victories over St. Cloud (10/9), Lake Superior State (11/27) and Brown (2/11) … Netted one power-play marker … Posted a Clarkson-high six multiple-point games … Set up two goals in 3-1 win over St. Lawrence (11/20) … Reliable on the draw, winning almost 50% of his faceoffs … Twice named to the ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll (10/12, 11/30). BEFORE CLARKSON—Team MVP for the Kanata Stallions ... Among the top five scorers in the CJHL with 103 points on 40 goals and 63 assists through 56 games … A 2010 CJHL All-Star. PERSONAL—Son of Margaret and Bruce McPherson ... Born on April 8, 1991 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has two older brothers, Rob and Mike, and a sister, Jessie ... Likes to play football and baseball ... Lists Mike Richards as his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Colgate, Bowling Green, Ferris State and Providence. WHY CLARKSON—"The hockey tradition and it is close to home."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 35 8 39 11 74 19

ASSISTS 15 12 27

POINTS 23 23 46

P/M 8/16 7/25 15/41

43  

PPG 1 3 4

9 SHG 0 0 0

Junior - Forward 5-10, 179 - 4/8/91 Kinburn, Ontario

GWG 3 5 8

HT 0 0 0

+/-3 -8 -11

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (0-2) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Goals: 1 (twice) at Harvard in 3-2 L(A), 2/25/12 Assists: 2 at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Power Play Goals: Multiple-Point Games: 1 (0-2) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Played a significant role in his first collegiate season as the only Clarkson rookie, and one of only four Golden Knights, to skate in all 39 games overall … Hardhitting, physical defenseman, who was called for only 37 minutes in penalties ...Tallied two goals and posted seven assists … First collegiate goal was a shorthanded marker in 3-0 win over Sacred Heart (10/14) at Cheel Arena … Also tallied Clarkson’s first goal at Harvard (2/25) … First career point came just 2:37 into the opening game of the season, an assist in 4-4 tie at Alaska-Anchorage (10/8) … Set up two goals in 5-3 win at St. Lawrence (12/6) … Named to ECAC Hockey Honor Roll once. BEFORE CLARKSON—A highly-touted prospect who was included on the NHL Central Scouting 2011 Final list of North American skaters … An all-star defenseman in the CJHL who skated in 55 games for the Cumberland Grads this past season, posting 13 goals and 16 assists … Notched six power-play markers and two game-winners … Accumulated 65 penalty minutes … Was invited to play in the 2010 NHL Prospects event for the top 40 junior draft eligible players in Canada … Was invited to the main evaluation camp for Team Canada East in October 2010 … Was invited to attend the provincial camp for the Ontario U-17 team in June 2009.

First Career Assist: vs Alaska-Anchorage in 4-4ot T(A), 10/8/11 First Career Goal: vs Sacred Heart in 3-0 W(H), 10/14/11

CLARKSON FAST FACT: One of only four Clarkson players to skate in all 39 games last season, and the only Knight freshman to see action in every game.

PERSONAL—Son of Joanne and Mike Tansey ... Born on February 22, 1993 ... Shoots left ... Business and Psychology major ... Has an older brother, Sean ... Lists Sidney Crosby as his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Penn State, St. Lawrence, Union, Providence, Michigan State and Boston University. WHY CLARKSON—"I loved the atmosphere at Cheel."

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YEAR 2011-12 FR Totals

GP GOALS 39 2 39 2

ASSISTS 7 7

POINTS 9 9

44  

P/M 17/37 17/37

10

PPG 0 0

SHG 1 1

Sophomore homore - Defense 6-3, 207 - 2/22/93 Hammond, Ontario

GWG 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+1 +1

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (six times) (0-1) vs Quinnipiac in 7-6 L(H), 2/11/12 Goals: 1 (three times) at Brown in 3-1 W(A), 2/3/12 Assists: 1 (three times) vs Quinnipiac in 7-6 L(H), 2/11/12 Power Play Goals: -

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Emerged as a solid Division I forward as the season progress … Was especially strong down the stretch to help keep Clarkson in contention for a top-four finish in the conference standings … Played in 26 games, including final 17 contests … Tallied three goals and three assists and posted a +3 plus/minus rating … Had a four-game point-scoring streak (1-3) in early February … Scored game-winning goal in 4-3 triumph over St. Lawrence (1/21) at Cheel Arena and came through with the deciding goal in 3-1 win over Brown (2/3) in Potsdam … First collegiate point was a goal in 5-0 victory at Holy Cross (11/27) … Helped to set up winning goal in 3-2 victory over Princeton (2/10) at Cheel … Named three times to ECAC Hockey Honor Roll ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—A top offensive threat in the OJHL, scoring 98 points on 41 goals (team-high) and 57 assists through 49 games for the Burlington Cougars in 2010-11 … Tallied 10 power-play goals, two shorthanded markers and tied for OJHL lead in game-winners with eight … Posted 11 points (5-6) in 10 playoff games ... Named the OJHL's Most Gentlemanly Player ... Earned second-team all-star honors.

First Career Goal: at Holy Cross in 5-0 W(A), 11/27/11 First Career Assist: at Yale in 5-1 L(A), 2/4/12

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Played a solid role down the stretch last season as the Knights challenged for a top-four spot in the league, skating in all 17 games during the 2012 portion of the schedule. Scored game-winning goal in 4-3 victory vs St. Lawrence (1/21) at Cheel Arena.

PERSONAL—Son of Sylvie and Richard Marsh ... Born on May 28, 1990 ... Shoots right ... Business major ... Has an older sister, Jess, and a younger brother, Cory ... Lists internet marketing as a hobby. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the academics and the great tradition of the hockey program."

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YEAR 2011-12 FR Totals

GP GOALS 26 3 26 3

ASSISTS 3 3

POINTS 6 6

45  

P/M 9/29 9/29

PPG 0 0

SHG 0 0

Sophomore - Forward 6-0, 193 - 5/28/90 Oakville, Ontario

GWG 2 2

HT 0 0

+/+3 +3

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (three times) (0-2) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Goals: 1 (15 times) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 Assists: 2 at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Power Play Goals: 1 (eight times) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12

JUNIOR YEAR (2011-12)—A solid forward on the Clarkson checking lines … Skated in 34 games and tallied three goals and three assists … Scored one power-play goal … Netted the Knights’ lone goal in 1-1 tie at Quinnipiac (11/11) … Scored in 4-0 win over Dartmouth at Cheel (11/19) … Set up a career-high two goals in 5-3 victory at St. Lawrence (12/6) ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11)—Assumed more of playmaking role among the Knights’ forwards after scoring nine goals as a rookie … Played in 29 games, recording nine points, including six assists … Best outing was a one-goal, one-assist effort in 5-1 win over Bentley (10/22) … Tallied on the power play in 5-3 victory at Princeton (12/3) … Helped to set up game-winner in 2-1 triumph at archrival St. Lawrence (2/15) … Closed out the season with goal in 4-1 win at 18th-ranked Dartmouth (2/26), which clinched a home-ice berth in the ECAC Hockey playoffs for the Green and Gold ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Multiple-Point Games: 3 (0-2) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 First Career Goal: vs Niagara in 4-3ot W(H), 10/16/09 First Career Assist: vs Yale in 3-2 L(H), 1/22/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: The Knights' lone senior forward, who has displayed a dangerous scoring touch and productive play-making skills.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-10)—Clarkson’s top rookie scorer and a dangerous threat on the power play … Scored 10 points, including nine goals with six coming on the man-advantage (equaling a team high) … Helped the Knights to the weekend sweep of Niagara and RIT (10/16-17) with a goal in both victories … First multiple-point game came with a goal and an assist in 3-2 loss against Yale (1/22) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Was a leading scorer for the Sioux City Musketeers in the USHL during the 2008-09 season, recording 33 points in 53 games, including 20 goals ... Leading scorer at Salisbury Prep in 2007-08. PERSONAL—Son of Bonnie and Mark Pawlick ... Born on January 29, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has an older brother, Chris, and a sister, Sam ... Lists Brian Gionta as his favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"Academically and athletically, Clarkson is among the top schools in the country. The ECAC is a very competitive league as well."

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YEAR 2009-10 FR 2010-11 SO 2011-12 Jr Totals

GP GOALS 35 9 29 3 34 3 98 15

ASSISTS 1 6 3 10

POINTS 10 9 6 25

P/M 6/12 3/17 5/10 14/39

46  

PPG 6 1 1 8

SHG 0 0 0 0

Senior - Forward 6-0, 190 - 1/29/90 Utica, New York

GWG 0 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-15 -9 -7 --31

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (0-2) vs St. Cloud in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 Goals: 1 vs Bowling Green in 4-0 W(H), 10/15/10 Assists: 2 vs St. Cloud in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 Power Play Goals: Multiple-Point Games: 1 (0-2) vs St. Cloud in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—An early-season injury limited his playing time … Skated in 11 games and played in four of last five games, including final two playoff contests against Rensselaer (3/3-4). FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—A hard-working rookie forward, who played a tenacious role on the Knights’ checking lines … Skated in 16 games, recording four points and three assists … Recorded three points in first two collegiate games, including his first Clarkson goal in 4-0 victory over Bowling Green (10/15) … Tallied two assists in 6-2 win over St. Cloud State (10/9) … Also had an assist in 5-3 win at Princeton (12/3).

First Career Assist: vs St. Cloud in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 First Career Goal: vs Bowling Green in 4-0 W(H), 10/15/0

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Saw limited playing time last season after suffering an earlyseason injury.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 44 games, recording 40 points, including 28 assists for NY Apple Core in 2009-10 ... Named a 2010 EJHL All-Star PERSONAL—Son of Lois and Michael Garlasco ... Born on April 2, 1990 ... Shoots right ... Business major ... Has three younger brothers, Rory, Hunter and Graham ... Lists Zach Parise as his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Northeastern, Providence and Sacred Heart. WHY CLARKSON—"I decided to come to Clarkson because I felt like it would be the best fit for me academically and hockey wise. I loved Cheel, the atmosphere it has, and the great hockey tradition Clarkson holds."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 16 1 11 0 27 1

ASSISTS 3 0 3

POINTS 4 0 4

47  

P/M 8/35 1/2 26/68

19

PPG 0 0 0

SHG 0 0 0

Junior - Forward 5-10.5, 187 - 4/2/90 Mahwah, New Jersey

GWG 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/E E E

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (twice)(1-1) vs AIC in 5-0 W(H), 10/22/11 Goals: 1 (five times) at Colgate in 4-2 L(A), 12/2/11 Assists: 1 (nine times) vs Cornell in 5-3 L(N), 12/30/11 Power Play Goals: Multiple-Point Games: 1 (1-1) vs AIC in 5-0 W(H), 10/22/11 SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—Reliable center on Clarkson’s checking lines and one of the Knights’ top faceoff men, winning 54.8% of his draws (115-95) … Skated in 34 games, recording two goals and four assists … Tallied a shorthanded marker and one assist in 5-0 win over American International (10/22) … Also scored at Colgate (12/2)... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: vs Bowling Green in 4-0 W(H), 10/15/10 First Career Goal: vs Minn.-Duluth in 4-2 L(H), 1/4/11

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Developed into a solid center the Golden Knights … Skated in 30 games, including the final 21 contests, and recorded three goals and five assists …First collegiate goal was a shorthanded marker against 5th-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (1/4) … Tallied Clarkson’s first goal in 3-1 victory at Brown (1/22) … Also scored in loss to 2nd-ranked Yale (2/12) … Reliable on faceoffs, winning almost 50% of his draws … Named once to the ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll (1/24).

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Has scored two career shorthanded goals, including a shg tally against eventual 2011 National Champion Minnesota-Duluth (1/4/11).

BEFORE CLARKSON—Skated in 55 games during the 2009-10 season for Kingston, recording 66 points as the Voyageurs' second-leading scorer with 20 goals and 46 assists ...Tallied six power-play goals, two shorthanded markers and netted seven game-winners ... Recorded 17 points (8-9) through 17 playoff games ... Served as an assistant captain ... Registered 45 points on 25 goals and 20 assists during the 2008-09 campaign ... Was a teammate of current Golden Knight goaltender Cody Rosen on the Voyageurs squad which won the 2009 OJHL Championship. PERSONAL—Son of Cathy and Tim Burton ... Born on December 30, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... An Honor Roll student at St. Mary's College ... Has an older brother, Tanner, and younger sister, Kelsey ... Likes to play golf. WHY CLARKSON—"I wanted to play for a school with a great tradition and also a place where I could receive a first-class education."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 30 3 34 2 64 5

ASSISTS 5 4 9

POINTS 8 6 14

P/M 5/10 8/16 13/26

48  

20

PPG 0 0 0

SHG 1 1 2

Junior - Forward 6-0, 180 - 12/30/90 Echo Bay, Ontario

GWG 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/-6 E -6

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 3 (1-2) vs Bentley in 5-1 W(H), 10/22/10 Goals: 2 vs St. Lawrence in 3-1 W(H), 11/20/10 Assists: 2 (twice) at Quinnipiac in 5-3 W(A), 12/4/10 Power Play Goals: 1 (twice)vs Harvard in 3-2 L(H), 11/18/11

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2011-12)—A versatile forward who played on all four lines, skating in 33 games … Recorded three goal and three assists … Netted game-winner, along with recording one assist, in 5-3 victory at St. Lawrence (12/6) … First goal of the season came in 5-2 win over American International (10/21) at Cheel Arena … Scored on the power play against Harvard (11/18) in Potsdam ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Got off to a great start to his Clarkson career, but production tailed off in second half of season … Clarkson’s seventh-leading scorer with 14 points on six goals and eight assists through 28 games, but recorded just one point, an assist, in 2011 portion of the schedule … Led the Knights in plus/minus at +6 … Posted one power-play marker and two gamewinners … After sitting out the season’s first four games, made a huge impact in the lineup with six points (3-3) over the next four games … Tallied one goal and two assists in first collegiate game, a 5-1 win over Bentley (10/22) … Scored game-winning goal in overtime as Clarkson defeated archrival St. Lawrence at Halloween Faceoff in Lake Placid (10/30) … Scored tying goal on the power-play in 4-4 draw with Colgate (11/5) … Netted two goals in 3-1 victory over St. Lawrence at Cheel Arena (11/20) … Tallied winning goal at Princeton (12/3) and recorded two assists at Quinnipiac (12/4) as the Knights gained a weekend sweep on the road in ECAC Hockey play … Named ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Week three times (11/2, 11/23, 12/7) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Multiple-Point Games: 4 (1-1) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 First Career Goal: vs Bentley in 5-1 W(H), 10/22/10 First Career Assist: vs Bentley in 5-1 W(H), 10/22/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Has recorded five points (4-1) and two game-winners in six contests against archrival St. Lawrence. Older brother of Clarkson sophomore forward Joe Zarbo

BEFORE CLARKSON— Was a top scorer for the Sioux Falls Stampede in the USHL, scoring 22 goals and 45 points through 61 games in 2009-10 ... Played on the 2006 Team USA 3 Nations Cup Gold-Medal winning team. PERSONAL—Son of Deb and Mark Zarbo ... Born on May 7, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Civil Engineering major ... Has an older brother, Mark, who played at RPI, and a younger brother, Joe, who is a sophomore forward for the Knights this season ... Was coached in minor hockey by Clarkson All-American Bob Armstrong '84 ... Also likes to play lacrosse ... Lists Kenny Powers has his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by RPI and Canisius. WHY CLARKSON—"It is a great school with a great hockey program."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 28 6 33 3 61 9

ASSISTS 8 3 11

POINTS 14 6 20

P/M 3/6 7/14 10/20

49  

PPG 1 1 2

Junior - Forward 6-1, 193 - 5/7/90 Grand Island, New York

21 SHG 0 0 0

GWG 2 1 3

HT 0 0 0

+/+6 -4 +2

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (nine times) (0-1) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 Goals: 1 (twice) vs Colgate in 2-1 W(H), 2/18/12 Assists: 1 (seven times) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 Power Play Goals: -

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—A mainstay on Clarkson's young defensive corps as a rookie ... Posted best +/- on Clarkson at +7 and led Knights in scoring from the blueline in conference play with eight (2-6) ECAC Hockey points ... Tallied nine points overall on two goals and seven assists … Hard-hitting, physical defenseman ... Strong down the stretch, with three points along with solid defensive play over final five regular-season games to help keep Clarkson in contention for a top four spot in the conference standings ... First collegiate goal came in 4-3 win vs St. Lawrence (1/21) at Cheel Arena … Opened the scoring with second career goal in Knights' 2-1 victory over Colgate (2/18) ... Recorded first career point with an assist in 4-1 win over Rensselaer (11/4) at Cheel … Selected twice to ECAC Hockey Honor Roll ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Assist: vs Rensselaer in 4-1 W(H), 11/4/11 First Career Goal: vs St. Lawrence in 4-3 W(H), 1/21/12

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Had a solid rookie season on the Knights' defense and boasted a team-best +7 plus/minus rating.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Team captain for the Notre Dame Hounds… Skated in 57 of 58 games during the 2010-11 regular season … Top scoring defenseman for the Hounds and sixth in the SJHL with 35 points on 13 goals and 22 assists … Was awarded the Jr Hounds Most Offensive Defenseman Award … Accumulated 51 penalty minutes … Named a SJHL second-team All-Star. PERSONAL—Son of Donna and Tim Howden ... Born on August 24, 1991 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has two brothers, John and Andrew ... Lists Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because they have a great hockey history, and a good business program."

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YEAR 2011-12 FR Totals

GP GOALS 37 2 37 2

ASSISTS 7 7

POINTS 9 9

50  

P/M 16/62 16/62

23

PPG 0 0

SHG 0 0

Sophomore - Defense 6-1, 202 - 8/24/91 Edgeley, Saskatchewan

GWG 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+7 +7

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (three times) (1-1) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 Goals: 1 (five times) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 Assists: 2 at Rensselaer in 3-2 W(A), 1/7/11 Power Play Goals: 1 vs Quinnipiac in 3-2 L(H), 1/28/11

JUNIOR YEAR (2011-12)—Presented with Clarkson's Richmond Unsung Award, given to a Golden Knight who has shown improvement in his playing ability and displayed team leadership ... Developed into one of the Knights’ most reliable defenseman as the season progressed … Skated in 38 games and scored two goals and recorded six assists … A team leader in plus/minus at +6 … Tallied first goal of the season in 5-0 win at Holy Cross (11/27) … Also scored a goal and notched an assist at Dartmouth (2/24) on his 22nd birthday. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11)—An offensive-minded presence on the blueline, but was limited in his performance due to injuries … Played in just 19 games, recording two goals and two assists … Missed 13 consecutive games from late October through early January … Scored Clarkson’s first goal in 6-2 win over 4th-ranked St. Cloud State (10/9) in season’s second game … Did not record a point again until first game back from injury when he set up two scores in 3-2 overtime triumph at 9th-ranked Rensselaer (1/7) … Also scored a power-play goal in loss to Quinnipiac (1/29).

Multiple-Point Games: 3 (1-1) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 First Career Assist: vs Rensselaer in 5-2 L(H), 11/13/09 First Career Goal: vs Harvard in 2-1ot W(H), 2/26/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Named the 2012 recipient of Clarkson's Richmond Unsung Hero Award. Enjoyed a solid second half to the 2011-12 campaign, emerging as the Knights' most reliable defenseman.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-10)—Emerged as a talented offensive-minded defenseman … Progress was slowed by an injury midway through the season which forced him out of 10 games … Skated in 22 games, recording nine points, including eight assists … Played a leading role in 2-1 overtime triumph against Harvard (2/26) with the winning score in the extra session for first collegiate goal. Also set up the Knights’ first goal against the Crimson … First collegiate point was an assist at Rensselaer (11/13) … Helped set up winning goal in 4-3 overtime victory against St. Lawrence in Game 2 of the ECACH quarterfinal series (3/6) … Closed out season with an assist against the Saints in 3-2 loss in Game 3 of the playoff series. BEFORE CLARKSON—Established himself as a well-rounded defenseman for the Des Moines Buccaneers in the USHL in 2008-09 ... Skated in 43 games and recorded three goals and five assists ... Played for the Jersey Hitmen in 2007-08. PERSONAL—Son of Paula and Jay Himelson ... Born on February 24, 1990 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has one sister, Deanna ... Likes to golf and lists Tiger Woods as his favorite athlete ... Attended Monroe Woodbury H.S. WHY CLARKSON—"Athletically and academically, Clarkson is one of the top colleges in the country."

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YEAR 2009-10 FR 2010-11 SO 2011-12 JR Totals

GP GOALS 22 1 19 2 38 2 79 5

ASSISTS 8 2 6 16

POINTS 9 4 8 21

P/M 3/6 4/8 13/26 20/40

51  

PPG 0 1 0 1

SHG 0 0 0 0

Senior - Defense 5-9, 183 - 2/24/90 Monroe, New York

GWG 1 0 0 1

HT 0 0 0 0

+/-4 -2 +6 E

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 2 (twice) (1-1) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Goals: 1 (three times) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Assists: 1 (nine times) vs Rensselaer in 4-3 3ot W(H), 3/3/12 Power Play Goals: at Alaska-Anchorage in 4-4ot T(A), 10/8/11

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—A talented offensive player, who led the Knights rookie forwards in scoring with 12 points on three goals and nine assists through 36 games … Began his collegiate career with a power-play marker and one assist in opening game of the season, a 4-4 tie at AlaskaAnchorage (10/8) … Also recorded two points in 5-3 victory at St. Lawrence (12/6) with the game’s first goal and an assist on his brother, Matt’s winning tally … Set up game-winner in 2-1 victory over Colgate at Cheel Arena (2/18) … Twice named to the ECAC Hockey weekly Honor Roll. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in all 50 games during the regular season for 2011 OJHL Champion Wellington and was the Dukes’ second-leading scorer with 62 points, including a team-high 33 goals … Netted eight power-play markers and seven game-winners (tied for second most in the OJHL) … Posted seven points (4-3) in five playoff games. PERSONAL—Son of Deb and Mark Zarbo ... Born on August 10, 1991... Shoots left ... Communications major ... Is the youngest of three brothers, including current Golden Knight junior forward Matt Zarbo ... Oldest brother Mark played at Rensselaer ... Also enjoys Motocross.

Multiple-Point Games: 2 (1-1) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 First Career Assist: at Alaska-Anchorage in 4-4ot T(A), 10/8/11 First Career Goal: at Alaska-Anchorage in 4-4ot T(A), 10/8/11

CLARKSON FAST FACT: The Knights' leading rookie scorer up front last season with 12 points (3-9). Scored one goal and one assist (along with his older brother, Matt) in 5-3 win at St. Lawrence (12/6/11).

WHY CLARKSON—"Clarkson has a great hockey program and is an excellent school."

Sophomore - Forward 6-0, 188 - 8/10/91 Grand Island, New York

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YEAR 2011-12 FR Totals

GP GOALS 36 3 36 3

ASSISTS 9 9

POINTS 12 12

52  

P/M 6/12 6/12

PPG 1 1

SHG 0 0

GWG 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+2 +2

www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 1 (0-1) at Colgate in 4-2 L(A), 12/2/11 Goals: Assists: 1 at Colgate in 4-2 L(A), 12/2/11 Power Play Goals: First Career Assist: at Colgate in 4-2 L(A), 12/2/11 FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—A quick rookie forward who skated in 13 games … First collegiate point was an assist at Colgate (12/2) … Posted a +1 plus/minus ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

CLARKSON FAST FACT: One of the quickest skaters for the Knights, who will challenge for a regular shift this season.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Was limited to playing 45 games in the CJHL during the 2010-11 regular season because of an injury substained while playing for team Canada East at the WJAC ... Still put up good numbers as the Cornwall Colts' fifth-leading scorer with 47 points on 18 goals and 29 assists … Tallied three power-play markers and four game-winners ... 2010-11 CJHL All-Star. PERSONAL—Son of Mary and Marc Zion ... Born on February 7, 1992 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has a younger sister, Alexandra who also plays hockey and has hopes of playing in the NCAA ... An Honor Roll student at St. Mark's Catholic H.S. ... Lists Sidney Crosby as his favorite athlete ... Also recruited by St. Lawrence, Wisconsin,, Harvard and Yale. WHY CLARKSON—"I idolized the team growing up and I always wanted to play here. Plus the school is close to home."

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YEAR 2011-12 FR Totals

GP GOALS 13 0 13 0

ASSISTS 1 1

POINTS 1 1

53  

P/M 0/0 0/0

PPG 0 0

SHG 0 0

Sophomore S h - Forward F d 5-10, 180- 2/7/92 Manotick, Ontario

GWG 0 0

HT 0 0

+/+1 +1

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C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Saves: 32 at Air Force in 2-1 L(N), 11/26/10 Saves in a Period: 13 (3rd) at Union in 11-2 L(A), 2/5/10 Goals: 4 vs Maine (27:30) in 6-1 L(N), 12/29/11 Shots: 34 at Air Force in 2-1 L(N), 11/26/10

JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11)—Played just 27:30 in one game … Made second collegiate start against Maine in opening round of Florida College Classic (12/29) … Posted 15 saves on 19 shots ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11)—Played in 100 minutes through three games in a backup role … Posted a .940 save percentage and a 1.94 goals against average … Made first career start in 2-1 loss to Air Force (11/26) in first round of Denver Cup, making a career-high 32 saves on 34 shots … Also played in third period of loss to 5th-ranked Minnesota-Duluth (1/4), turning aside all eight Bulldog shots … Final action of the season was a seven save-effort in the third period of loss to 15th-ranked Union (1/8) allowing only one goal to the Dutchmen … Sat out final nine games of the season with an injury ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

First Career Appearance at Union (3rd pd) in 11-2 L(A), 2/5/10 First Career Start at Air Force in 2-1 L(N), 11/26/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: The Knights' lone veteran in goal this season. Was selected by the NY Islanders in the 7th round, 185th overall, in the 2010 NHL Draft.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2009-10)—Saw just 20 minutes of action during the regular season, playing the third period at Union (2/5) … Made 20 saves on 23 shots over the final 20 minutes against the Dutchmen … Also played 10 minutes in an exhibition contest against the University of Toronto (10/3) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. BEFORE CLARKSON—Played a role in helping the Kingston Voyageurs to the 2009 OJHL Championship and a berth in the semifinals of the Royal Bank Cup Canadian Junior "A" Hockey Championships ... Posted a 14-3 record, including three shutouts in a back-up role ... Held a .899 save percentage and a 2.90 goals against average through 18 games ... Named Most Improved Player in OPJHL. PERSONAL—Son of Marla-Beth and Gregg Rosen ... Born on September 27, 1990 ... Catches left ... Business major ... Selected in the 2010 NHL Draft by the NY Islanders (7th round, 185th) ... Lists Artus Irbe as his favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"To play hockey at one of the best colleges in the nation and get a degree in business."

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YEAR 2009-10 FR 2010-11 SO 2011-12 JR Totals

GP 1 3 1 5

MINS 20:00 92:43 27:30 140:13

SAVES 13 47 15 75

GOALS 3 3 4 10

54  

SV% .812 .940 .789 .882

34 GAA 9.00 1.94 8.73 4.28

Senior - Goaltender 5-10, 172 - 9/27/90 Kingston, Ontario

RECORD 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-0

SHO 0 0 0 0 www.clarksonathletics.com

C A R E E R G A M E - H I G H S —Most Recent Points: 3 (2-1) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Goals: 2 (2-1) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 Assists: 1 (15 times) at Dartmouth in 6-4 L(A), 2/24/12 Power Play Goals: 1 at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010-11)—A hard-nosed forward who played right wing on Clarkson’s “Grind Line” … Played first 37 games of regular season before missing the final two games of the playoffs after suffering a concussion on a dangerous hit with less than two minutes to play in Game 1 of the first-round series against Rensselaer (3/2) at Cheel Arena … Tallied three goals and recorded six assists … Posted a career-high three points, including first collegiate two-goal outing, in 5-3 victory at St. Lawrence (12/6) … Scored Clarkson’s first goal in 2-2 tie against Brown (1/14) in Potsdam ... Named to the ECAC Hockey All-Academic team. FRESHMAN YEAR (2010-11)—Emerged as a dependable wing who performed well at both ends of the ice … Skated in 32 of 36 games and recorded 11 points, including nine assists … Among team leaders in plus/minus at +3 … Opened Clarkson career with assists on the winning goals in back-to-back victories over 4th-ranked St. Cloud State (10/9) and Bowling Green (10/16) … Scored first collegiate goal and also set up a score in 9-2 win at Sacred Heart (12/12) … Also scored in 4-1 win over Brown (2/12) … Set up game-winning goal in 4-1 victory at 18th-ranked Dartmouth (2/26) to help the Knights clinch a home-ice berth in the ECAC Hockey playoffs … Selected to ECAC Hockey Honor Roll once (12/14) ... Named to ECAC Hockey All-Academic team.

Multiple-Point Games: 2 (2-1) at St. Lawrence in 5-3 W(A), 12/6/11 First Career Assist: vs St. Cloud State in 6-2 W(N), 10/9/10 First Career Goal: at Sacred Heart in 9-2 W(A), 12/12/10

CLARKSON FAST FACT: Played a physical, tough-checking style up front as the right wing on the Knights' "Grind Line" last season.

BEFORE CLARKSON—Served as captain and was a two-time all-star for the Jersey Hitmen in the EJHL ... Recorded 57 points on 19 goals and 38 assists through 45 games in 2009-10. PERSONAL—Son of Danette and Randy Frederick ... Born on February 3, 1989 ... Shoots right ... Finance major ... Has a younger sister, Claire ... Likes to golf and read. WHY CLARKSON—"Because of the outstanding tradition of the hockey program along with the great academic reputation that Clarkson carries."

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YEAR 2010-11 FR 2011-12 SO Totals

GP GOALS 32 2 37 3 69 5

ASSISTS 9 6 15

POINTS 11 9 20

P/M 8/16 24/64 32/80

55  

PPG 0 1 1

Junior - Forward 6-3, 218 - 2/3/89 Allison Park, Pennsylvania

37 SHG 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0

+/+3 +1 +4

2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKY

Golden Knights

Freshman • Goaltender • 6-2, 178 • 3/19/92 Surrey, British Columbia

Freshman • Defense • 6-3, 207 • 7/28/92 Stouffville, Ontario

BEFORE CLARKSON—Was a BCHL Coastal Conference First-Team

BEFORE CLARKSON—Was named the OJHL Best Defenseman in

All-Star … Played in 52 games recording a 30-19-1 record for the Surrey

2011-12… A top scorer in the OJHL from the blueline with 1.25 points

Eagles … Posted a .913 save percentage and a 2.92 goals against average

per game with 54 points, including 41 assists (fifth overall in the league)

... Started all 12 playoff games, posting a .920 save percentage.

… Helped to lead the Stouffville Spirit to OJHL playoff title and a berth in the Dudley Hewitt Central Canada Junior A Championship final ...

PERSONAL—Son of Stacey and Craig Hunt ... Born on March 19, 1992

Played 25 games in the playoffs and led all OJHL defensemen in scoring

... Catches left ... Business major ... Has two younger brothers, Jordan and

with 34 points, including 31 assists ... Won a silver medal as a member of

Cole ... Like to play the guitar and baseball ... Lists Carey Price and Marc-

Team Canada East at the 2011 World Junior ‘A’ Challenge.

Andre Fleury has his favorite athletes PERSONAL—Son of Geri and Ross Geiger ... Born on July 28, 1992 ... WHY CLARKSON—"Clarkson offered the opportunity to come to a

Shoots left ... Business major ... Both parents attended Cornell University.

great academic school with an excellent hockey program."

Father played hockey for the Big Red ... Has an older sister, Natalie, who recently graduated from the University of Notre Dame on a track and field scholarship ... Has a younger brother, Matthew ... Likes to play rugby and fish ... Also recruited by the University of New Hampshire, Sacred Heart, Holy Cross and Robert Morris. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of its great reputation academically and athletically. I really like the historyy of Clarkson Hockeyy ded." and the direction the program is headed."

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Freshman • Forward • 6-1.5, 191 • 9/16/91 Norwalk, Connecticut

Freshman • Forward • 6-0, 183 • 4/9/91 Claremont, Ontario

BEFORE CLARKSON—Named the Notre Dame Hounds Most Valu-

BEFORE CLARKSON—The RBC National Junior Tier II Player of the

able Forward in 2011-12 … Led the Hounds in scoring with 57 points in

Year in 2011-12 ... OJHL's Most Valuable Player … OJHL’s leading scorer

57 games, including a team-high 25 goals ... Was a teammate of current

with 104 points, including league-high 67 assists … Third in OJHL with

Clarkson defenseman James Howden on the 2010-11 Notre Dame team.

power-play goals, scoring 8 of his 37 goals overall on the man-advantage … Helped to lead the Stouffville Spirit to OJHL playoff title and a berth

PERSONAL—Son of Karen and Paul Christian ... Born on September

in the Dudley Hewitt Central Canada Junior A Championship final ...

16, 1991 ... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has an older sister, Amanda

Scored 30 points (12-18) in 16 playoff games ... Finished the year with

... Likes golf and tennis ... Lists Rick Nash as his favorite athlete ... Also

33-game point scoring streak … Posted 33 multi-point games, including

recruited by Western Michigan and UConn.

a five-point outing and seven four-point efforts … Earned back-to-back Gongshow Gear North-West Conference Player-of-the-Month Awards in

WHY CLARKSON—"My grandfather, Eugene Christian '51, and uncle,

November and December, as well as 1st Team All-Star honors following

Philip Christian '84, attended Clarkson, and I wanted to play in ECAC

the season … Was a member of the North Division All-Stars that finished

Hockey."

as runner-up at the inaugural Central Canada Cup All-Star Challenge. P PERSONAL—Son of Lisa and Chris Finch ... Born on April 9, 1991 ... SShoots left ... Has an older brother, Jordan, and older sister Amanda ... Likes bbaseball and playing the guitar ... Lists Pavel Datsyuk as his favorite athlete. W WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the great academics aand the exciting hockey program." ."

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Golden Knights

Freshman • Forward • 5-11.5, 191 • 9/26/91 St. Jean, Quebec

Freshman • Forward • 5-11, 187 • 5/21/91 Carlisle, Ontario

BEFORE CLARKSON—Served as team captain for the Wellington

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 47 regular-season games combined

Dukes in 2011-12 … Skated in 46 games during the OJHL regular season,

for Stouffville and Hamilton, during the 2011-12 OJHL regular season ...

scoring 34 points on 11 goals and 23 assists ... Played for 2009 Canada

Recorded 61 points on 25 goals and 36 assists … Tallied 11 power-play

East team in World Junior A Under 19 Championships.

markers and seven game-winners … Served as team captain at Hamilton before being acquired by Stouffville midway through the 2011-12 campaign

PERSONAL—Son of Linda Rathe and Francois Bessette ... Born on

... Helped in the stretch run to lead Stouffville to OJHL playoff title and a

September 26, 1991 ... Shoots left ... Biology major ... Has a younger

berth in the Dudley Hewitt Central Canada Junior A Championship final...

brother, Philippe, and a younger sister, Roxanne ... Speaks both French and

Skated in 25 playoff games and scored 14 goals and 23 points.

English ... Lists golf as a hobby and Jonathan Toews as his favorite player. PERSONAL—Son of Anne Marie and Bruce Powers ... Born on May 21, WHY CLARKSON—"Clarkson is a great school with a great hockey

1991 ... Shoots right ... Communications major ... Nickname "Cheech"

tradition."

... Has two older brothers, Daniel, and Lucas ... Likes fishing, golfing and wakeboarding ... Names Jarome Iginla has his favorite athlete. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of its size, good academics and the hockey program is great. Clarkson is also close to home."

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Freshman • Forward • 5-11, 185 • 2/1/93 Oakville, Ontario

Freshman • Forward • 5-7, 165 • 9/27/93 Aurora, Ontario BEFORE CLARKSON—Skated in 38 games during 2011-12 OJHL

BEFORE CLARKSON—Skated in 41 games during the OJHL regular

regular season, recording 14 goals and 24 assists for 38 points for the

season, recording 26 goals and 20 assists for 46 points for the Georgetown

Newmarket Hurricanes … Scored two power-play goals and three game-

Raiders … Scored seven power-play markers and six game-winners …

winners … Played for Canada East in 2011-2012 World Junior A Under

Played for Canada East in 2011-2012 World Junior A Under 19 Cham-

19 Championship.

pionship.

PERSONAL—Son of Sandy and Patrick DiNallo ... Born on September

PERSONAL—Son of Ruth and Neal Megannety ... Born on February 1,

27, 1993 ... Shoots left ... Humanities/Social Science major ... Father is a na-

1993... Shoots left ... Business major ... Has two older sisters, Michele, and

tive of France ... Has an older sister, Brittany, and an older brother, Stephen

Danielle ... Likes Basketball, lacrosse and golf ... Names Joe Sakic has his

... Likes wakeboarding and ATVing ... Lists Martin St. Louis as his favorite

favorite athlete ... Also recruited by Rensselaer and Holy Cross.

athlete ...Also recruited by Canisus, Bemidji State, Dartmouth and Brown. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of the excellent WHY CLARKSON—"I love the history and direction that the team

academics and strong hockey tradition."

is heading, and the great academics that Clarkson offers."

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Golden Knights

Sophomore • Forward • 6-6, 232 • 2/17/91 New Canaan, Connecticut

Freshman • Goaltender • 6-1, 160 • 8/18/91 Mars, Pennsylvania BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 26 games during the 2011-12 NAHL

FRESHMAN YEAR (2011-12)—Skated in practices, but did not

regular season for the Wenatchee Wild, recording a .923 save percent-

see any game time.

age and a 1.77 goals against average … Posted a 12-11 record with four shutouts ... Played five games in the postseason and recorded a 1.71 GAA

BEFORE CLARKSON—Played in 32 games for the Springfield Pics

and a .942 save percentage.

during the EJHL regular season last year … Tied for Springfield's scoring lead among defenseman with 29 points … Posted 24 assists – the most at

PERSONAL—Son of Mary and Kent Lewis ... Born on August 18, 1991

the blueline for the Pics … Accumulated a team-high 93 penalty minutes

... Catches left ... General Studies major ... Has two older brothers, Matt

… Tallied two goals and three assists in five playoff games.

and Mike ... Likes to golf and fish ... Lists Carey Price as his favorite athlete. PERSONAL—Son of Julie and Joe Carrabino, who played basketball for WHY CLARKSON—"Clarkson plays in a good league (ECAC Hockey)

Harvard ... Born on February 17, 1991 ... Shoots right ... Business major

and provides a good education."

... Has a younger sister, Courtney. who is a Division I athlete at Stanford, participating in crew ... Names Zdeno Chara ha his favorite player. WHY CLARKSON—"I chose Clarkson because of its reputation academically and athletically."

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2012-13

OPPONENTS

Golden Knights

2012-13 OPPONENTS COLORADO COLLEGE OLLEGE — O Oct. 12 & 13 (A)

QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY — Nov. 16 (H), Feb. 16 (A)

Nickname ....................................................................................................Tigers ............ .................... ...... .............. ............... Location/Conferencee... Springs, CO/WCHA ....................................Colorado ................. . .... ...................... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 1,950 ............................................ Head Coach/Season::.. :............................Scott ..................................... .......Scc Owens (Colorado Coll.'79) -14th Arena (capacity)................................. Springs World Arena (7,343) ...................... ........ Colorado Co o 2011-12 Overall/Conference fference Record: R d ..................... 18-16-2/15-12-1 (5th) Series vs Clarkson:......................................................................................9-0-3

Nickname .................................................................................................Bobcats .................................. ....... ............................................... Location/Conference CT/ECAC Hockey nce...........................................Hamden, .......................................... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 7,200 ......................... ............................. Head Coach:/Season so on ............................Rand ................................. .................Raand Pecknold (Connecticut Coll.'90) -19th Arena (capacity)............................... ...................................... ......... TD T Banknorth Sports Center (4,000) 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record: Conference onference R Record eecco ....................... 20-14-6/9-8-5 (T-4th) Series vs Clarkson:......................................................................................8-8-1

COLLEGE OF HOLY CROSS — Oct. 20 (H)

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY VERSITY Y— Nov. 17 (H), Feb. 15 (A)

Nickname ............................................................................................ ........................................... ............. Crusaders Location/Conference..................................... ........................................................Worcester, MA/AH ........................................................... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 2,700 ..................................... ........................... ..................... Head Coach:/Season ................................ .............................................. Paul Pau Pearl (Holy Cross '89) -18th P Arena (capacity)......................................... ................ ............................... Hart H Recreation Center (1,400) 2011-12 Overall/Conference nference Record: .....................20-15-4/15-8-4 (T-3rd) Series vs Clarkson:......................................................................................0-1-0

Nickname ....................................................................................................Tigers .............................................. Location/Conference.......................................Princeton, NJ/ECAC Hockey .......... ............ ..... ........... ............ Enrollment:................................................................................................... 4,600 ........................................... Head Coach/Season:.............................................. Bob Prier (SLU '99) -2nd ..................... ................... Arena (capacity).................................................... Hobey Baker Rink (2,092) ............................ 2011-12 Overall/Conference R Record: d ........................ 9-16-7/6-12-4 (11th) Series vs Clarkson:.................................................................................28-72-5

NIAGARA UNIVERSITY— Oct. 26 & 27 (H)

ROCHESTER INST. N NST. off TECHNO TECHN TECHNOLOGY — Nov. 23 (A)

Nickname ....................................................................................... Purple Eagles ......................................... Location/Conference.................................................... Niagara Falls, NY/AH ............................................ ........................ Enrollment:................................................................................................... 3,548 ..................... ..................... ....... ....................... ................. Head Coach/Season:................................ (RIT '84) -12th ............................. Davee Burkholder B Arena (capacity)............................................................. Dwyer Arena (2,100) .................................. 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record: ........................17-11-6/14-6-7 (2nd) Series vs Clarkson:......................................................................................3-5-1

Nickname ....................................................................................................Tigers . ..................... ...... ........................................ Location/Conference .........................................................Rochester, NY/AH c ... ce ........................................................... Enrollment:.................................................................................................17,206 . .............. .......................................... ... Head Coach/Season: ................................ Wilson (BGSU '84) -14th n:... n: .................................... .......... .......... Wayne W Arena (capacity).........................................Frank Ritter Memorial Arena (2,100) . .............. ................................F 2011-12 Overall/Conference o onference Record: Record:.... : .....................20-13-6/14-7-6 (T-3rd) Series vs Clarkson:................................................................................... 2-10-1

CANISIUS COLLEGE — Nov. 3 & 4 (A) Nickname ................................................................................... .............................. ..... .. ...................... ............ Golden Griffins Location/Conference................................................................Buffalo, NY/AH .............................. .............. ................... Enrollment:....................................................................................................3,349 .............................. ........................................... Head Coach/Season:................................... ............................. ....................................... Dave Smith (Ohio State '92) -8th Arena (capacity)......................................... State Sports Arena (1,200) ........................... ....................................... Buffalo B 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record:: ...................... 10-22-4/10-14-3 (9th) rence Record:..... Series vs Clarkson:...................................................................................... 1-0-1

YALE UNIVERSITY — Nov. 9 (A), Jan. 12 (H) Nickname ................................................................................................Bulldogs ............................. ...................... Location/Conference..................................New Haven, CT/ECAC Hockey ..............................N .............................................. Enrollment:................................................................................................... 5,275 ............................... ..................... . ............... Head Coach/Season:............................................ Keith Allain (Yale '80) -7th ............................... ........................... ............. . Arena (capacity)................................................................. Ingalls Rink (3,486) ............................... ............... .................. .................. 2011-12 Overall/Conference rence Record: ...................16-16-3/10-10-2 (T-6th) Series vs Clarkson:.................................................................................35-69-4

BROWN UNIVERSITY VERSITY — Nov. 10 (A), Jan. 11 (H)

CORNELL UNIVERSITY VERSITY Y— Nov. 30 3 (A), Feb. 2 (H)

Nickname ..................................................................................................... .......................................................... Bears Location/Conference .....................................Providence, RI/ECAC Hockey ncee... ...................... ......... ....... ................. ... ......... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 5,754 ..................................................... Head Coach/Season: ..............................Brendan Whittet (Brown '94) -4th on:.:............... ....................Brren Arena (capacity)...................................................Meehan Auditorium(2,495) ........................................... .................................. 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record: ........................ 9-18-5/5-13-4 (12th) Series vs Clarkson:.................................................................................15-58-7

Nickname ................................................................................................. ........... ..................... ........ .............. .............. Big Red Location/Conferencee....... ............................................ Ithaca, NY/ECAC Hockey ............ .......................... .. ............... ...... Enrollment:.................................................................................................13,700 .............................................................. .... Head Coach/Season::.... :.................................Mike ........................................... ........M Mik Schafer (Cornell '86) -18th Arena (capacity)..................................................................Lynah Rink (4,267) ............. ................................................... ...... 2011-12 Overall/Conference 19-9-7/12-4-6/2nd) nfeerence Record: Record:... : .......................... ...... Series vs Clarkson:...............................................................................57-49-14

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Clarkson has faced off against North Country neighbor St. Lawrence more than any other college hockey team, battling the Saints 190 times since the 1925-26 campaign. The Knights leads the rivalry 116-65-9 and won all four ECAC Hockey meetings the past two seasons.

2012-13 OPPONENTS COLGATE UNIVERSITY — Dec. Dec 1 (A), Feb. 1 (H)

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE — Jan. 26 (A), Feb. 22 (H)

Nickname ...................................................................................................Raiders ....................... .............................................. Location/Conference .......................................Hamilton, NY/ECAC Hockey erencee... ............................................ Enrollment:.................................................................................................... 2,800 ............................................ ........................ Head Coach/Season: ........................ (St. Lawrence '84) -20th eason::.... .......................... Don D Vaughan V Arena (capacity).................................................................... Starr Rink (2,246) y)............ ..................................................... ....... 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record: all/Conference nference Recor Record:..... : ...................19-17-3/11-10-1 (T-4th) Series vs Clarkson: kson:....................................... :................................................................................46-81-15

Nickname .............................................................................................Big . ....................................... ... Green Location/Conference.......................................Hanover, NH/ECAC Hockey . ............................... ... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 4,200 . ............................ .... Head Coach/Season:........................... . ................................. Bob ... B Gaudet (Dartmouth '81) -16th Arena (capacity)...................................................... Thompson Arena (4,500) . .................................................. ... 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record: ....................... 13-16-4/8-11-3 (9th) erence Record Series vs Clarkson:..................................................................................24-66-7

UNION COLLEGE — Feb.8 (H), Mar. 2 (A) Nickname ............................................................................................Dutchmen . .......... ... ..... ........ .................. ........ ....... ................ Location/Conference................................ . ................................ Schenectady, NY/ECAC Hockey ... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 2,200 . .................................. .... Head Coach/Season:............................Rick . ............................R Bennett (Providence '90) -2nd .... Arena (capacity)..................................................Frank L. Messa Rink (2,225) ............................. .......... ...... ........ ........... ........... 2011-12 Overall/Conference ference Record: ........................... 26-8-7/14-4-4 (1st) Series vs Clarkson:.................................................................................19-27-5

ST.LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY — Dec.5 (A),Dec.8 (N),Jan.19 (H) Nickname ..................................................................................................... ......................... ..................... Saints Location/Conference..........................................Canton, NY/ECAC Hockey ......................... ......................... Enrollment:....................................................................................................2,300 ............................ Head Coach:/Season ...........................Greg Carvel (St. Lawrence '93) -1st ........................ G Arena (capacity)......................................................... Appleton Arena (3,000) ......................... .......... . ............................ 2011-12 Overall/Conference ence Record: R d ...................... 14-19-3/10-11-1 (8th) Series vs Clarkson:............................................................................... 65-116-9

RENSSELAER — Feb. 9 (H), Mar. 1 (A) Nickname ..............................................................................................Engineers ................................ Location/Conference...............................................Troy, NY/ECAC Hockey ................................ Enrollment:................................................................................................... 5,000 ................................ Head Coach/Season:.................................. .............................. Seth S Appert (Ferris St. '97) -7th Arena (capacity)...............................................Houston Field House (5,150) ................................ 2011-12 Overall/Conference erence Record: ...................... 12-24-3/7-12-3 (10th) Series vs Clarkson:.................................................................................46-84-8

MERCYHURST COLLEGE — Dec. 15 (H) Nickname ................................................................................................... .......................................... ....................................... Lakers Location/Conference..................................................................... Erie, PA/AH .......................................... .......................................................... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 3,400 .......................................... ......................................... .............................. Head Coach:/Season .......................................................... Rick Gotkin -25th .......................................... .................................................... Arena (capacity)............................................Mercyhurst Ice Center (1,300) ......................................Mercy . yh 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record:: .....................20-16-4/15-8-4 (T-3rd) ence Record:................... Series vs Clarkson:......................................................................................0-5-0

UMASS LOWELL — Jan. 4 & 5 (H) Nickname ......................................................................................... River Hawks Location/Conference ................................................Lowell, MA/Hockey East cee........... .... ........... ........................... ............ Enrollment:.................................................................................................... 6,000 ................................................................................. Head Coach/Season: Bazin (Lowell '94) -2nd n::........................................ ............ .......................................................... Norm N Arena (capacity)..........................................................Tsongas Center (6,496) ........................................... 2011-12 Overall/Conference Record: .................... 24-13-1/17-9-1 (T-2nd) Series vs Clarkson:.................................................................................... 8-11-0

HARVARD UNIVERSITY — Jan. 25 (A), Feb. 23 (H) Nickname ............................................................................................... ............................ ............... ............................. Crimson Location/Conference.................................. Cambridge, MA/ECAC Hockey ............................ ......................................... Enrollment:................................................................................................... 6,715 ................................................. Head Coach/Season:................................... Ted Donato (Harvard '91) -9th ............................ ........ .................................. Arena (capacity)............................................. Bright Hockey Center (2,776) ............................ ......................... 2011-12 Overall/Conference rence Record: ........................ 13-10-11/8-5-9 (3rd) Series vs Clarkson:...............................................................................50-50-11

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Mike Morrison '89 and Dan O'Brien '89.

Golden Knights

ALL-TIME STANDINGS Team

First

Last

Played

Played

(2012-13 OPPONENTS IN CAPS) Shutouts

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

F

A

Acadia

1976-77

2007-08

2

2

0

0

15

2

1

0

Air Force

1982-83

2010-11

2

1

1

0

18

2

1

0

Alabama-Huntsville

2009-10

2009-10

2

1

0

1

6

4

0

0

Alaska Anchorage

2011-12

2011-12

1

0

0

1

4

4

0

0

Alaska Fairbanks

2011-12

2011-12

1

0

1

0

1

3

0

0

Alberta

1981-82

1981-82

1

0

0

1

3

3

0

0

Alexandria Bay

1920-21

1922-23

5

2

3

0

26

28

0

0

American International College

1953-54

2011-12

5

5

0

0

43

2

4

0

Army

1926-27

1991-92

27

24

3

0

111

36

4

0

Ashbury College

1929-30

1930-31

3

3

0

0

17

4

0

0

Atlantic City Sea Gulls

1931-32

1934-35

6

0

6

0

14

33

0

1

Bemidji State

2002-03

2005-06

5

2

1

2

14

12

0

0

Bentley

2010-11

2011-12

4

2

0

2

13

8

0

0

Boston College

1935-36

2009-10

66

44

22

0

289

228

5

0

Boston University

1952-53

1998-99

63

27

34

2

265

256

3

4

Bowdoin College

1970-71

1970-71

1

1

0

0

6

1

0

0

Bowling Green

1969-70

2010-11

29

14

14

1

99

102

2

2

Brockville Ontario

1931-32

1931-32

1

0

1

0

1

4

0

0

BROWN

1952-53

2011-12

80

58

15

7

373

223

5

1

Univ. of Buffalo

1973-74

1975-76

3

3

0

0

23

11

0

0

CANISIUS

2008-09

2008-09

2

0

1

1

5

6

0

0

Cardinal

1938-39

1939-40

8

2

6

0

34

49

0

0

CARLETON

1936-37

2010-11

19

16

2

1

133

55

2

0

Champlain

1947-48

1947-48

2

2

0

0

28

1

1

0

Chesterville

1930-31

1930-31

1

1

0

0

8

2

0

0

Clinton H.C.

1938-39

1949-50

9

5

4

0

59

44

0

0

Colby

1961-62

1961-62

1

1

0

0

4

1

0

0

COLGATE

1927-28

2011-12

142

81

46

15

647

591

11

1

COLORADO COLLEGE

1956-57

2008-09

12

0

9

3

26

49

0

1

Concordia

1975-76

1993-94

15

7

6

2

78

58

0

0

CORNELL

1922-23

2011-12

120

49

57

14

413

369

13

9

Cornwall

1925-26

1941-42

10

7

3

0

72

52

0

0

DARTMOUTH

1928-29

2011-12

97

66

24

7

456

224

5

2

Denver

1957-58

1996-97

11

3

8

0

32

51

0

1

Dequesne

1939-40

1969-70

1

1

0

0

10

0

1

0

Elmira

1979-80

1994-95

4

3

1

0

26

9

1

0 0

Ferris State

1998-99

2004-05

3

1

2

0

8

11

0

Findlay

2003-04

2003-04

1

1

0

0

4

1

0

0

Guelph

1968-69

1968-69

1

1

0

0

13

0

1

0

Hamilton

1920-21

1956-57

20

13

7

0

127

74

1

2

HARVARD

1935-36

2011-12

111

50

50

11

369

375

2

3

Hershey Amateurs

1932-33

1932-33

1

0

1

0

4

7

0

0

HOLY CROSS

2011-12

2011-12

1

1

0

0

5

0

1

0

Illinois-Chicago

1995-96

1995-96

1

1

0

0

4

2

0

0

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Iroquois

1937-38

1937-38

2

2

0

0

24

3

1

0

Lake Placid A. C.

1933-34

1935-36

6

4

2

0

31

19

0

0

Lake Placid Olympics

1932-33

1932-33

3

2

1

0

13

9

0

0

Lake Superior State

1969-70

2010-11

12

6

6

0

40

39

1

0

LaSalle Hockey Club

1932-33

1932-33

1

1

0

0

7

2

0

0

Laval

1955-56

1982-83

18

14

3

1

101

48

2

0

Loyola

1929-30

1974-75

24

18

5

1

142

79

3

1

Maine

1979-80

2011-12

16

5

10

1

66

72

0

2

UMass-Amherst

2004-05

2007-08

5

1

3

1

11

15

0

1

UMASS-LOWELL

1978-79

2004-05

19

11

8

0

93

56

1

1

Massachusetts Inst.Tech.

1929-30

1929-30

1

1

0

0

9

0

1

0

Massena Hockey Club

1921-22

1943-44

15

8

7

0

86

91

0

0

McGill

1929-30

2006-07

10

7

2

1

51

36

0

0

McMaster

1965-66

1972-73

3

3

0

0

17

7

0

0

MERCYHURST

2000-01

2003-04

5

5

0

0

24

7

1

0

Merrimack

1966-67

1988-89

6

4

2

0

41

15

0

1

Miami

1994-95

2008-09

10

4

5

1

31

34

1

1

Michigan

1958-59

2007-08

4

1

3

0

8

20

0

2

Michigan State

1953-54

2009-10

14

7

6

1

52

51

1

0

Michigan Tech

1961-62

1969-70

3

1

2

0

8

14

0

0

Middlebury

1923-24

1960-61

19

8

10

1

31

51

1

0

Mille Roche

1937-38

1937-38

2

2

0

0

23

8

0

0

Minnesota

1989-90

1992-93

3

0

3

0

3

13

0

0

Minnesota-Duluth

1980-81

2010-11

8

2

6

0

22

30

1

0

Mankato State

1999-00

2000-01

4

2

2

0

14

17

0

0

Montreal

1955-56

1962-63

10

8

2

0

51

32

1

0

Morrisburg

1937-38

1937-38

2

2

0

0

12

5

0

0

Nebraska-Omaha

2010-11

2010-11

1

0

1

0

0

8

0

1

New Brunswick

1971-72

1971-72

1

1

0

0

9

3

0

0

New Hampshire

1963-64

2004-05

46

21

23

2

195

183

1

2

New York University

1926-27

1926-27

1

1

0

0

3

0

1

0

NIAGARA

1997-98

2009-10

9

5

3

1

36

29

0

0

North Dakota

1981-82

2011-12

7

0

7

0

12

31

0

0

Northeastern

1951-52

2002-03

23

15

7

1

131

93

0

0

Northern Michigan

1979-80

2009-10

8

3

5

0

25

34

0

1

Northern NY Util.

1928-29

1928-29

1

1

0

1

13

3

0

0

Norwich University

1939-40

1980-81

8

8

0

0

90

14

1

0

Notre Dame

1980-81

1980-81

2

1

1

0

6

6

0

0

Ogdensburg

1922-23

1925-26

4

3

1

0

14

10

1

0

Ohio State

1973-74

2008-09

16

7

7

2

62

61

0

1

Ohio University

1970-71

1971-72

2

2

0

0

15

6

0

0

Oswego State

1966-67

1984-85

5

5

0

0

42

10

0

0

Ottawa University

1930-31

2011-12

19

16

3

0

146

57

3

0

Ottawa All-Stars

1932-33

1948-49

2

1

1

0

17

6

0

0

Ottawa Glebes

1961-62

1961-62

1

1

0

0

13

0

1

0

Ottawa Montegnards

1931-32

1964-65

6

6

0

0

44

13

0

0

Ottawa Shamrocks

1954-55

1956-57

3

3

0

0

18

6

0

0

Penn.

1929-30

1977-78

11

7

3

1

74

40

2

0

Perth, Ontario

1931-32

1931-32

1

1

0

0

5

2

0

0

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1934-35

1934-35

2

2

0

0

8

5

0

0

Plattsburgh State

1977-78

1991-92

6

5

1

0

37

15

0

0

Polish National

1996-97

1996-97

1

1

0

0

8

1

0

0

Prescott

1930-31

1938-39

8

3

4

1

36

37

0

0

PRINCETON

1927-28

2011-12

105

72

28

5

455

291

9

1

Providence

1952-53

2007-08

51

34

16

1

265

176

2

0

Univ. of Quebec

1971-72

1972-73

4

3

1

0

40

13

2

0

QUINNIPIAC

1999-00

2011-12

17

8

8

1

60

51

2

0

Queens University

1928-29

1978-79

32

24

6

2

182

99

2

3

ROCHESTER INST. TECH.

1983-84

2009-10

13

10

2

1

68

32

2

0

RENSSELAER

1924-25

2011-12

138

84

46

8

717

523

3

1

Royal Military Academy

1951-52

1951-52

1

1

0

0

8

2

0

0

Russia (Torpedo Gorky)

1982-83

1982-83

1

0

1

0

3

6

0

0

Russia (National B)

1991-92

1991-92

1

0

1

0

1

7

0

0

Sacred Heart

2003-04

2011-12

4

4

0

0

21

5

1

0

St. Cloud State

1987-88

2010-11

10

5

5

0

27

37

0

1

ST. LAWRENCE

1925-26

2011-12

190

116

65

9

854

648

8

3

St. Louis University

1972-73

1977-78

7

1

6

0

25

39

0

0

St. Michaels

1922-23

1946-47

5

4

1

0

56

14

0

0

St. Nicholas Club

1928-29

1939-40

5

3

1

1

26

22

0

0

St. Patricks

1930-31

1953-54

13

10

3

0

68

47

0

0

Sir Geo. Williams

1960-61

1971-72

6

6

0

0

51

9

3

0

Springfield

1954-55

1954-55

1

1

0

0

16

1

0

0

Syracuse A.C.

1923-24

1936-37

11

8

3

0

78

21

4

2

Team Canada

1985-86

1985-86

1

0

1

0

2

4

0

0

Univ. of Toronto

1938-39

2009-10

27

12

12

3

112

118

0

1

UNION

1924-25

2011-12

51

27

19

5

166

149

6

1

U.S. International

1980-81

1983-84

3

3

0

0

22

7

0

0

U.S. National Teams

1983-84

2006-07

5

2

2

1

14

19

0

0

Vermont

1970-71

2005-06

79

52

25

2

329

136

4

3

Victoria College

1927-28

1931-32

4

4

0

0

18

2

2

0

University of Waterloo

1964-65

2000-01

2

2

0

0

10

1

1

0

Watertown

1925-26

1925-26

1

1

0

0

6

3

0

0

Wayne State

1999-00

2005-06

6

4

2

0

27

16

0

0

Western Michigan

1976-77

1995-96

10

6

2

2

60

40

1

0

Western Ontario

1979-80

2005-06

3

3

0

0

10

7

0

0

Williams

1930-31

1951-52

3

3

0

0

24

5

1

0

Wisconsin

1972-73

2006-07

9

3

4

2

39

40

0

0

YALE

1929-30

2011-12

108

69

35

4

475

358

8

3

York

1970-71

1975-76

3

2

1

0

17

14

0

0

ALL-TIME HIGHS AND LOWS VS. THE OPPOSITION Most Game Played ......................................190 vs St. Lawrence

Most Goals Scored .....................................854 vs St. Lawrence

Most Wins .....................................................116 vs St. Lawrence

Most Goals Allowed ...................................648 vs St. Lawrence

Most Losses .................................................... 65 vs St. Lawrence

Most Shutouts ......................................................... 13 vs Cornell

Most Ties ..................................................................15 vs Colgate

Most Times Shutout................................................. 9 vs Cornell

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The Golden Knights in action near the Raquette River during the 1920s.

Golden Knights

CLARKSON HOCKEY —A TRADITION N off SUCCESS

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uccess has always been the cornerstone of Clarkson Hockey. From the early years of the twentieth century, when the Golden Knights skated on the frozen Raquette River, to the present, Clarkson has established a legacy of excellence that symbolizes proud tradition. Through the first 90 years of hockey at Clarkson, the Green and Gold have achieved many significant milestones. Overall Clarkson, which became the fastest Division I college hockey team to compile 1,000 victories, and one of only a few to reach the elite mark, has compiled a highly successful 1,333-763-130 record for an all-time winning percentage of .628, among the best in the country. The Knights have participated in 20 NCAA Tournaments, including three championship games, won 10 ECAC Hockey Regular Season titles, l S i l skated k d away with five ECAC Hockey Tournament championship trophies and have showcased some of the greatest student-athletes to ever play college hockey. It is said that the first Clarkson hockey game was played in 1916 against the Hogansburg Indians, but the Golden Knights were established as a hockey club in 1921, under the tutelage of head coach Gordon Croskery and led by captain Bill Johnson. The Knights won their opening encounter against Alexandria Bay, 6-4, and finished the year with a 2-1 record, their first of 69 winning seasons. The college produced its first All-America in 1928, Fred Dion, a defenseman, and many more have followed in his footsteps—36 to be exact, including 13 who have won the prestigious honor twice. All-America center Buzz Williams (1929) and goaltender Wally Easton (1930, 1931) led head coach Jack Roos’s teams to successful seasons in the late twenties and early thirties, but it was 1935 that was the big year for hockey at Clarkson. That was the season hockey actually became a part of the college’s athletic program and the Knights became a team instead of a club. Also in 1935, the Clarkson skaters were crowned United States champions with a record of 10-3. In the 1937-38 season, the Knights compiled a 13-1 record and were crowned United States Intercollegiate champs. With that title came the advent of the Clarkson Arena, which was opened for public inspection on Christmas Eve of 1938 and used for the first game on January 2, 1939. At that time, Clarkson, with an enrollment of 572, was one of the smallest colleges in the country boasting its own indoor hockey arena. Chain link fence, instead of glass, protected the fans from errant pucks and sticks. And, instead of a Zamboni buzzing around between periods, the ice was cleaned by three to six men with shovels and a hose. Artificial ice was installed in 1952, making skating possible from October to March. The arena was renamed Walker Arena on November 1, 1975 in honor of Murray Walker, a local businessman who is considered the "Father of Clarkson Hockey". For 53 years the Knights enjoyed a very successful era at the arena, posting a 471-160-22 home record. Throughout the years, the Knights relished the encouragement of the vibrant home crowds and adapted well to the small ice surface (81x191), while opposing players cringed at the clanging of the infamous bell in the east end which rang after every Clarkson score. Former Cornell all-star goaltender Ken Dryden, who went on to star in the NHL, was once asked what he recalled most about his college career and he was rumored to have remarked, “That damn bell at Clarkson.” World War II had its effect on Clarkson College and sports, and the war years were lean ones for the hockey team. In 1943-44, the Green and Gold suffered through a 0-7 campaign, and the following two seasons, 1944-46, Clarkson suspended the program. The Knights rebuilt the hockey program after the war and achieved a great deal of success under head coach Bill Harrison, who took the helm in 1948-49.

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1937-38 United States Championship Team

1922-23 Clarkson Hockey

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1956-57 Seniors (l-r): A.Young, B. Barr, D. Seale A. Quartermain, D. May, D. Williamson, E. Rowe with Dean Herron.

The 1950s

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n the 1950s, Clarkson established itself among the elite teams in the nation with its championship-caliber squads. Under the guidance of head coach Bill Harrison, the Golden Knights skated to several of the best records in the program’s storied history during that era and also participated in the NCAA Tournament for the first time when the national playoff was limited to the four best teams in the country. One of the key components of Clarkson’s success during the early years of the decade was the scoring prowess from the Jack Porter, Tom Meeker and Ellard Gutzman line. Ranking among the Green and Gold’s all-time leading scorers by averaging over two goals a game, the trio provided Golden Knights’ fans with plenty of excitement at Clarkson Arena combining for 195 goals and 227 assists for 422 points from 1952-56. Clarkson’s 1955-56 squad, which was led by captain Al Ziebarth and All-Americas Eddie Rowe and Art Smith along with the steady production of the “Porter Line”, posted a phenomenal 23-0 record and was Tri-State League Champs. Rowe was the Knights' leading scorer during the undefeated campaign, scoring 65 points on 27 goals and 38 assists. Considered by many knowledgeable Knight fans to be the greatest Clarkson team ever, the 1955-56 squad was the first Clarkson team to be invited to the NCAA Championships. The Knights, however, refused to go. Clarkson had eight seniors who were four-year varsity players and under NCAA rules were ineligible. The team voted not to go without them and turned down the NCAA bid. That same season, Harrison became the first of four Clarkson coaches to earn the Spencer R. Penrose Memorial Trophy as NCAA Division I Coach of the Year. The following two years Clarkson, backstopped in goal by All-America Ed Macdonald, made its first appearances in the NCAA Tournament. The Knights posted a 19-3 overall record and made their first ever showing in the 10-year history of the NCAAs to cap off the 1956-57 season. Macdonald’s play took center stage in the national tournament, held at the Colorado Springs Broadmoor Ice Palace, as Clarkson finished third in the country. After losing to eventual champion Colorado College, 5-3, despite a 55-save performance by Macdonald, in the first round, the Knights came back to defeat Harvard 2-1 in overtime in the consolation game on Rowe’s winning goal at 76:51. Macdonald, who posted 44 stops against the Crimson, became the first Clarkson player named to an NCAA All-Tournament team in recognition of the 99 saves he made in the two games. Perhaps the most prolific scorer in college hockey history, Rowe, a 5-10, 160-pound center, skated in 66 games for Clarkson from 1954-57 and averaged 2.76 points a game. A two-time All-America selection (1956, 1957), Rowe completed his collegiate career with 182 points on 87 goals and 95 assists. From 1955 through 1957, he set an NCAA record scoring at least one point in 38 consecutive games. In 1958, Clarkson posted a 17-3 overall record and made its second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament. At the 1958 national championship tournament, played at the University of Minnesota’s Williams Arena Rink in Minneapolis, Macdonald saved his best play when it mattered most to earn his second straight nod on the NCAA All-Tournament squad. After a tough 6-2 loss to eventual champion Denver in first round action, Clarkson was out shot by Harvard 39-18 in the consolation game, but Macdonald came up big with 38 saves and tournament scoring leader Bob Van Lammers netted four goals to lead the Knights over the Cantabs 5-1 for their second consecutive third-place finish and the mythical Eastern crown in the national tourney. Harrison, who completed his ten-year coaching career at the conclusion of the 1957-58 campaign, compiled a 127-47-6 record behind the Clarkson bench. Harrison, who also served as a professor in the college’s Civil Engineering Department, compiled a winning percentage of .722, which still stands as the best in the school’s annals.

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1955-56 Undefeated Team

Year-by-Year Records Year 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57^ 1957-58^ 1958-59

W 12 10 9 7 18 23 19 17 10

L 2 5 9 8 4 0 3 3 8

T 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1

1959-60 7 13 ^NCAA Tournament

0

Captain K. Brown B. Munro B. Drummond B. Chouinard D. Meitz A. Ziebarth E. Rowe E. Macdonald B. Van Lammers, A. Graham M.Tomalty

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MVP Terry Yurkiewicz '66 (A) celebrates the Knights' 1966 ECAC Tr. Championship with Don Brown '66 and Harry Dunn'66.

Golden Knights

The 1960s

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our showings in the NCAA Tournament, including three title game appearances, an Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship trophy and a winning campaign in each season of the decade marked continued success for Clarkson in the 60s. One of college hockey’s all-time winningest coaches, Len Ceglarski, who took over the helm of the Golden Knights’ program at the start of the 1958-59 season, kept Clarkson among the tops teams in the country by stressing solid defensive play and balanced offensive production throughout the decade. From the fall of 1961 through early March of 1964, Clarkson College hockey boasted some of its finest seasons and one of the most prolific lines in eastern college hockey. Teamed with high-scoring wingers Roger Purdie and Brian Wilkinson, Corby Adams centered Clarkson’s “All-American Line.” The trio combined for 180 goals and 219 assists while helping the Knights to 60 victories during their three-year careers. The Knights, captained by Jack Graves, skated to a 22-3-1 record in 196162 and finished as runner-up to Michigan Tech in the National Championship game held in Utica, New York. With all-tournament selections, defenseman Cal Wagner and forward Hal Pettersen leading the way, Clarkson edged favorite Michigan 5-4 in the semifinals before falling to the Huskies 7-1 in its first championship game appearance. The next year, Clarkson, bolstered by an unyielding defense anchored by All-Americas Wagner and Pat Brophy and an explosive offense ignited by the “All-American Line”, posted a 21-5-2 mark and again advanced to the NCAA Tournament held in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, where the team placed third by defeating Boston College 5-3 in the consolation game. Goaltender Wayne Gibbons and Adams were named to the all-tournament team. From the inaugural year of the ECAC Championship Tournament in 1962 to the present, Clarkson has been regarded among the best in the league, having qualified for ECAC postseason play in every season but one. In 1966, the Knights captured the coveted league championship trophy with a 6-2 victory over Cornell at the old Boston Arena. Terry Yurkiewicz, a two-time All-America goaltender, backstopped the Green and Gold to victory and was named the tournament MVP. Clarkson advanced to the NCAA championship game for the second time in five years in 1966 after defeating Denver 4-3 in the semifinals. The Knights lost to Michigan State 6-1 at Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota completing a 24-3 record. Forwards Tom Hurley and John “Jocko” McLennan and Yurkiewicz received all-tournament accolades. Hurley would go on to compete for the United States at the 1968 Olympic Games in Grenoble, France. Clarkson, led by second-year captain, defenseman Wayne LaChance closed out the decade with one of its best seasons ever in 1969-70 as All-America goaltender Bruce Bullock backstopped the Knights to a 24-8 overall record which included second-place showings in the ECAC and NCAA tournaments. Despite being on the losing end in the championship games of the league and national tourneys, Bullock was selected Most Valuable Player at the ECAC Championship Tournament at the Boston Garden and was named to the NCAA All-Tournament team along with Knight forward Rick Magnusson. At the national championship played in Lake Placid, Bullock posted 30 saves in Clarkson’s 4-3 victory over Michigan Tech in the semifinals and then followed with 40 stops in the title game, a 6-4 loss to Cornell.

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"All-American Line" Brian Wilkinson, Corby Adams, Roger Purdie

Year-by-Year Records Year W L T Captain 1960-61 14 8 0 B. Little 1961-62^ 22 3 1 J. Graves 1962-63^ 21 5 2 C. Wagner 1963-64 17 7 1 R. Purdie 1964-65 18 7 0 G. Bray 1965-66*$^ 24 3 0 H. Dunn 1966-67 14 8 1 G. Patterson 1967-68 16 7 1 B. Dooling 1968-69 19 7 2 W. LaChance 1969-70^ 24 8 0 W. LaChance *ECAC RS Ttitle, $ECAC Tr. Title, ^NCAA Tr.

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Marty McNally '78, Bill Blackwood '78, Glenn Thomaris '77.

The 1970s

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uring the decade of the 70s Clarkson showcased many outstanding players, producing five All-Americas, including four two-time honorees. Goaltenders Bruce Bullock (1970, 71) and Brian Shields (1976, 1977) and defensemen Steve Warr (1971, 1972) and Bill Blackwood (1977, 1978) all earned the illustrious honor twice. Dave Taylor, arguably the Knights’ best player ever, was named an All-America in 1977. In his four years at the college from 1973-77, Taylor rewrote the Clarkson record books. He is the Knights’ all-time leading scorer with 251 career points on 98 goals and 153 assists in 116 games. Taylor, along with Bullock, Blackwood and Shields, was named to the ECAC 1970s All-Decade Team. Taylor, who retired from the National Hockey League in 1994 after 17 stellar seasons with the Los Angeles Kings, has moved up to the front offices in the NHL working for LA, Dallas and St. Louis. Prior to moving on to a lengthy career at his alma mater Boston College, head coach Len Ceglarski closed out his 14-year stint behind the Clarkson bench with back-to-back 20-win campaigns in the first two seasons of the decade, including a 28-4-1 mark in 1970-71. High-scoring forward Jerry Kemp led the Green and Gold’s offense that winter with his second straight 57-point season as the Knights skated to second place showings in the ECAC regular season and at the conference’s tournament at the Boston Garden. After gaining a measure of revenge against the previous seasons's national champion Cornell, knocking the Big Red out of the playoffs with a 4-1 victory in the semifinal round, Clarkson fell to Harvard 7-4 in the ECAC Tournament’s championship game. Jerry York became Clarkson’s fifth head coach at the start of the 1972-73 season and directed the Green and Gold to five winning campaigns and six trips to the ECAC playoffs. York’s 1976-77 team, which was highlighted by high-scoring snipers Taylor (ECAC Player of the Year), Blackwood, Sid Tanchak, Kevin Zappia and Marty McNally, produced the most goals ever scored at Clarkson (223) and posted a first place finish in the ECAC regular season with a league record of 19-4. York, who guided the Knights to a 26-8 overall record, was named NCAA Division I Coach of the Year that same season. As the 1980s approached, the Clarkson hockey program generated its own head coach. Bill O’Flaherty, Clarkson Class of 1971 and a three-year letterman for the Knights, took the reins of the hockey team at the start of the 1979-80 season after seven years as an assistant. He promptly guided the Green and Gold to a 21-12-1 record with ECAC first-team all-star forward Mike Prestidge leading the way, setting the stage for another successful decade in the proud history of Clarkson Hockey.

Clarkson's All-time leading scorer and 17-year LA King standout, Dave Taylor'77

Year-by-Year Records Year 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77* 1977-78 1978-79

W 28 20 18 12 13 18 26 19 19

L 4 10 15 14 15 12 8 11 12

1979-80

21 12

T Captain 1 F. Erickson, K. MacLean 0 G. Holmes 0 P. Harasym, B. Mason 1 M. Ornella 1 D. Cooper, D. O'Driscoll 1 B. Shaw, D. Taylor 0 B. Shaw, D. Taylor 0 M.McNally, B. Blackwood 0 K. Owen, S. Tanchak, J. Wescott 1 C. Laughlin, D. Makuch, B. Cleaver

*ECAC RS Ttitle

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1982 Empire Cup Tournament Champions.

Golden Knights

The 1980s

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larkson's stature as one of the top teams in the country was reinforced in the 1980s as the Green and Gold made four NCAA Tournament showings, won two Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) regular season titles and participated in the league playoffs in all 10 seasons, including two championship game appearances. The Golden Knights opened the 1980s with a flurry winning backto-back ECAC regular season titles in 1980-81 and 1981-82. With three All-Americas, center Bryan Cleaver, defenseman Ed Small and goaltender Don Sylvestri (the first freshman in the ECAC to be named All-America), the 1980-81 team skated to a 26-7-4 record and hosted Wisconsin in the first round of the NCAA playoffs. Before an overflowing crowd, the eventual national champion Badgers edged the Knights 9-8 in the two-game total-goal series, which was the first time NCAA postseason action was held in Potsdam. Bill O’Flaherty was named National Coach of the Year at the close of the season. All-America forwards Steve Cruickshank, who led the ECAC in scoring in 1981-82, and Colin Patterson, who went on to win a Stanley Cup as a member of the 1989 Calgary Flames, led the Green and Gold for the next two seasons. In 1983-84, the season Clarkson was designated a university, the Knights returned to the NCAA playoffs. Clarkson, behind the defensive prowess of All-America defensemen Bob Armstrong and Dave Fretz and the leadership of co-captain Pat Haramis, posted a 21-11-2 mark and battled Minnesota-Duluth in the NCAAs where the Bulldogs took advantage of their home arena in Duluth to nip the Knights 9-8 in the total-goal series. As in the 1970s, the Knights dominated the ECAC 1980s All-Decade Team, placing four players—Sylvestri, Small, Cruickshank, and Fretz—on the all-star squad. Assistant coach Cap Raeder inherited the head coaching duties in 1985-86 from O’Flaherty, who stepped aside to become Clarkson’s Chairman of Athletics. O’Flaherty later moved on to become the Los Angeles Kings’ Director of Player Personnel. During Raeder’s three-year stint behind the Knights’ bench, the Green and Gold advanced to the ECAC Tournament Championship game twice. At the close of the 1985-86 campaign, Clarkson swept defending national champion RPI in the ECAC quarterfinals at Troy, and then stunned regular season champion Harvard 4-2 in the semifinal round before losing to Cornell 3-2 in overtime of the championship game. Defenseman Andy Otto earned All-America honors that season. Behind the superb goaltending of All-America John Fletcher and the productive scoring of All-America center Luciano Borsato, who went on to play in the NHL with the Winnipeg Jets, Clarkson made a return appearance in the ECAC Tournament championship game in 1988 with thrilling early round upsets over Cornell in the ECAC quarterfinal (the Knights defeated the Big Red 2-1 in the series held in Ithaca by winning the 10-minute mini-game 1-0 as the Tretowicz Brothers, Mark and Dave, combined on the winning goal), and Harvard 6-4 in the semifinals. St. Lawrence defeated the Knights 3-0 in the championship game to put an end to Clarkson’s amazing postseason run. Mark Morris became Clarkson’s eighth head coach in May of 1988, replacing Raeder, who became an assistant coach in the NHL with Los Angeles. After guiding the unheralded Knights, led by captain Mike Morrison, to a 16-13-3 overall record in 1988-89 and their first home-ice berth in the ECAC playoffs in four years, Morris directed the Green and Gold to to a 21-11-3 mark in 1989-90 and a NCAA opening round series against the University of Minnesota, which it lost to the Gophers in Minneapolis. Clarkson would reload the following season and enjoy a lenghty run into the postseason.

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Colin Patterson '86 and Pat Haramis '84

Year-by-Year Records Year 1980-81*^ 1981-82*^ 1982-83 1983-84^

W L 26 7 26 8 19 11 21 11

T Captain 4 B. Cleaver, E. Small 1 B. Audycki, G. Larsen 1 C. Patterson 2 B. Armstrong, P. Haramis 1984-85 21 10 3 G.Sharpe 1985-86 18 11 3 A. Otto 1986-87 17 13 1 J. Korchinski, A. Hill 1987-88 17 15 3 C. Mills 1988-89 16 13 3 M. Morrison 1989-90 21 11 3 M. Tretowicz, D. Trombley *ECAC RS Ttitle, ^NCAA Tr.

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Clarkson celebrates its 1993 ECAC Championship Tournament victory in the inaugural conference title game played in Lake Placid. The Golden Knights defeated Brown 3-1 to claim their third league playoff championship.

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ighlight after highlight followed Clarkson throughout the 1990s as the Golden Knights enjoyed tremendous success in the final decade of the 20th century. Guided by head coach Mark Morris and led by a host of all-stars, Clarkson participated in eight NCAA Tournaments in the 10-year span, won three Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament championships, claimed four league regular season titles and posted nine 20-win campaigns. Numerous Knights earned all-star honors, including nine who gained All-America status, three players who were finalists for the prestigious Hobey Baker Award and two who were honored on the ECAC 1990s All-Decade Team. The list of players who came out of the Clarkson hockey program during this decade is second to none. Ten Knights went on to play in the National Hockey League and two skated for the United States in Olympic competition. Mike Casselman, Chris Clark, Erik Cole, Craig Conroy, Steve Dubinsky, Todd Marchant, Willie Mitchell, Scott Thomas, Marko Tuomainen and Todd White all competed in the NHL at professional hockey’s highest level. Dave Tretowicz and Marchant made significant contributions to Team USA at the 1992 and 1994 Olympics, respectively, while Cole and Conroy played in the 2006 Olympics for Team USA. In 1990-91, the Knights skated to one of their finest seasons ever, posting a 29-9-2 record, which included ECAC regular season and tournament championships and a NCAA semifinal appearance. Clarkson polished the campaign with new records as well, including wins (29) in a season. Perhaps the most conspicuous hallmark was the 18-0-1 record the Knights amassed in their final campaign at Walker Arena. Included in 1990-91’s banner campaign were NCAA victories over defending national champion Wisconsin (8-3 and 5-4 in the final games at Walker Arena) and top-ranked Lake Superior State in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Clarkson fell just one game short of battling for the national title, losing to Boston University 7-3 in the semifinals held in St. Paul, Minnesota. The 1991-92 campaign marked the Knights’ inaugural season at the spectacular Cheel Arena, where the Green and Gold, led by Thomas and assistant captains Hugo Belanger and Jeff Torrey, posted a 13-2 mark en route to a 22-10-1 overall record. Clarkson, following the leadership of an exceptional senior class, enjoyed another outstanding campaign in 1992-93, posting a 20-10-5 record. The Knights, behind the leadership from co-captains Martin d’Orsonnens and Dubinsky, swept by St. Lawrence, Rensselaer and Brown in the league playoffs to capture their second ECAC title in three years, winning the Whitelaw Trophy at the famed Olympic Arena in the inaugural tournament championship game played in Lake Placid. Two-time All-America defenseman Brian Mueller , who joined Conroy and White as a Hobey Baker Award finalist, and a trio of high scoring forwards led the Knights to the ECAC regular season title and a 23-10-4 overall record in 1994-95. Lifted by the play of All-Americas White and goaltender Dan Murphy, Clarkson enjoyed one of its best seasons ever in 1995-96 with a 25-10-3 record, including a 6-1 win over Western Michigan in the opening round of the East Regional at Albany. The 1996-97 season was another outstanding effort by the Green and Gold as the Knights, with forwards White and Jean-Francois Houle, All-America defenseman Matt Pagnutti and Murphy leading the way, skated to a 27-10 overall record, including an ECAC regular season championship. After the 1998-99 campaign the Knights were able to reflect back upon one of their most successful seasons ever. Two ECAC championship titles and a 25-win campaign were the highpoints for a young Clarkson squad that skated just three seniors during the year. Leading the Knights were captain Ben Maidment and assistants Aaron Gates and Mikko Ollila. The trio closed out their collegiate careers as the only Clarkson class ever to reach 100-career wins with a four-year mark of 100-40-6. Sophomores Cole and Mitchell were the Knights’ leading scorer and top defenseman, respectively, and contributed greatly to the Green and Gold’s success, earning All-America honors and first-team ECAC All-Star accolades.

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Scott Thomas and Steve Dubinsky lift the 1991 ECAC Tournament Championship trophy at the Boston Garden.

Year-by-Year Records Year 1990-91*$^ 1991-92^ 1992-93$^

W L 29 9 22 10 20 10

T 2 1 5

Captain D. Tretowicz S. Thomas M. d'Orsonnens, S. Dubinsky 1993-94 20 9 5 C. Conroy, E. Henrich 1994-95*^ 23 10 4 P. Robitaille 1995-96^ 25 10 3 K. Murphy 1996-97*^ 27 10 0 JF Houle, T. White 1997-98^ 23 9 3 C. Clark 1998-99*$^ 25 11 1 B. Maidment 1999-00 17 15 3 Y. Turgeon *ECAC RS Ttitle, $ECAC Tr. Title, ^NCAA Tr.

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The Golden Knights claimed two of the program's 10 ECAC Regular Season titles in the 2000s (2001 and 2008).

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The 2000s

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hrough the first 10 seasons of the 2000s, Clarkson Hockey experienced several memorable highs along with some disappointing lows. Although the decade of 2000 started off on a positive note with the Knights claiming another title for the program, there would be some trying times for the Green and Gold in the following seasons. Clarkson, led by co-captains All-America defenseman and Hobey Baker candidate Kent Huskins, who hoisted the Stanley Cup in 2007 as a member of the Anaheim Ducks, and center Don Smith, raised another banner up in the Cheel Arena rafters after winning the 2001 regular season title. Guided by Mark Morris, who gained his second ECAC Coach of the Year Award, the Knights put in a strong second-half run to claim their ninth ECAC crown overall and their second in three years. Clarkson, behind solid goaltending from ECAC All-Star Mike Walsh, gained its fourth league championship, but suffered its first ever playoff losses at Cheel Arena, losing to Vermont 2-1 in the quarterfinal series, finishing with a 21-11-3 record. Clarkson battled through injuries and inconsistency in 2001-02 to secure second place in the ECAC and returned to Lake Placid for the ninth time in the 10-year history of the tournament championship in the Adirondack Mountains. Overall, Clarkson, with co-captains, all-star defenseman Kerry Ellis-Toddington and right wing Matt Poapst providing the leadership, clinched its 27th straight winning season with a 17-15-6 mark. Off-ice dilemmas contributed greatly to Clarkson’s misfortunes in 2002-03. The campaign started out poorly for the Knights with the termination of Morris in early November and continued to go down hill as interim coach Fred Parker and his staff, under difficult circumstances, could not halt the Green and Gold’s troubles as Clarkson finished the year with a 12-20-3 overall record, its first year under .500 since 1974-75. With former assistant George Roll taking the helm as the Knights’ head coach, Clarkson began a turnaround in 2003-04. Despite an up-and-down regular season, the Green and Gold were able to take their play to another level in the postseason. With co-captains Tristan Lush and Rob McFeeters leading the way, the Knights advanced to the ECACHL Championship game. After slipping to a 13-23-3 record in 2004-05, Clarkson came back in 2005-06 to post its first winning campaign in four years. Captain Chris Brekelmans paced the Knights to an 18-17-3 overall record. Clarkson finished in eighth place in the ECACHL and hosted their first playoff series at Cheel since 2003, sweeping Princeton in the first round (2-1, 5-0). With back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament, a pair of ECAC Hockey titles and consecutive 20-win campaigns from 2006 through 2008, the Golden Knights were among the best in the nation. In 2006-07, the Knights, behind the strong play of Shawn Weller and Nick Dodge up front, Ken Dryden Award winner David Leggio in goal, and strong contributions from a deep and solid supporting cast, posted a 25-win season. Clarkson capped off the year by winning the program’s fifth ECAC Tournament Championship, and advanced to the NCAA playoffs for first time since 1999. Led by the heralded Class of 2008, (Mike Arciero, David Cayer, Grant Clitsome, Dodge, Leggio and Steve Zalewski), Clarkson won the 2008 ECAC regular season title with a 15-4-3 league mark and closed out a 22-win campaign by skating to the program’s first NCAA Tournament victory since 1996. Clarkson, behind goals from Cayer and Shea Guthrie, knocked off St. Cloud State 2-1 in the opening round at the East Regional in Albany before falling to Michigan in the regional final. Clitsome, who went on to play in the NHL with Columbus, highlighted Clarkson’s individual honors, earning All-American accolades after Dodge gained similar praise in 2007. The Knights stumbled to close out the decade, winning just 19 games combined from 2008-10.

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2007 ECACHL Tournament Champions.

Year-by-Year Records Year 2000-01* 2001-02

W L 21 11 17 15

T 3 6

Captain K. Huskins, D. Smith K. Ellis-Toddington, M. Poapst 2002-03 12 20 3 K. O'Flaherty, D. Reid 2003-04 18 18 5 T. Lush, R. McFeeters 2004-05 13 23 3 M. Faulkner 2005-06 18 17 3 C. Brekelmans 2006-07$^ 25 9 5 N. Dodge 2007-08*^ 22 13 4 N. Dodge 2008-09 10 19 7 T. Mason, P. Paquet 2009-10 9 24 4 S. Freeman *ECAC RS Ttitle, $ECAC Tr. Title, ^NCAA Tr.

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The Knights won 11 games at Cheel Arena in 2011-12, including the longest game in Clarkson's history at 113:48 with a 4-3 triple overtime victory against RPI in the ECAC Hockey playoffs.

The 2010s

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new era in Clarkson Hockey began this past season when Casey Jones took over the Golden Knights’ program as the 11th head coach in the Green and Gold’s storied tradition. Under Jones’ direction, Clarkson was one of the most improved teams in ECAC Hockey during the 2011-12 campaign and challenged for a top-four finish in the conference standings right through the final game of the regular season. A banged up Clarkson squad dropped a pair of tight games on the road to close out the league campaign and finished tied for sixth in the ECAC standings with a 9-9-4 conference mark, just one point shy of fourth. The Knights, who finished with a 16-17-6 overall record, provided plenty of excitement and generated confident optimism that the Green and Gold would vie consistently for ECAC Hockey titles and return to being a force nationally in the not too distant future. One of the highlights of the promising season was the Knights’ 4-3 triple overtime playoff victory over Rensselaer at Cheel Arena on March 3 which became the longest Clarkson game ever play at 113:48. The Knights also swept arch-rival St. Lawrence in ECAC action (5-3, 4-3) for the second consecutive season. The stellar play of Paul Karpowich in goal was consistent throughout his four seasons in Potsdam and gave Clarkson fans plenty to cheer about. Karpowich, who is now pursuing a professional career in the St. Louis Blues’ organization, graduated this past May as the Golden Knights’ all-time save leader with a school-record 3,735 stops. Karpowich was named an ECAC All-Star as a senior. Jones, who was tabbed as Clarkson’s new head coach in May of 2011, was a finalist for ECAC Hockey Coach of the Year after his inaugural season with the Knights. He took over for George Roll, who served as Clarkson’s head coach for a lengthy tenure (2003-11). In 2010-11, the Knights showed signs of promise after two dismal seasons and posted Clarkson’s best record since 2007-08 with a 15-19-2 overall record. Highlighting the season were three hard-fought victories (2-1ot, 3-1, 2-1) over St. Lawrence, the first time the Green and Gold went 3-0 over their North Country neighbors in 10 years. Clarkson, however, struggled through a tough second-half slate, which began in early January with four games against nationally-ranked foes in a six-game stretch. The Knights entered a lengthy holiday break full of hope and promise, but could not continue their momentum in the 2011 portion of the schedule. With a rash of key injuries playing a prominent factor, Clarkson managed just five wins through January, February and March. The Green and Gold suffered an early exit from postseason play after securing their first home-ice berth in the ECAC playoffs since 2007-08, sealing the fate of Roll after eight campaigns behind the Knights’ bench. Mark Borowiecki, Clarkson's standout defenseman who served as the Knights' captain in his junior campaign, left the University after completion of the season in order to pursue a professional career. Borowiecki went on to win the America Hockey League's 2011 Calder Cup with the Binghamton Senators and skated in a couple of NHL games with the Ottawa Senators in 2011-12.

Paul Karpowich became the Knights' all-time save leader in 2011-12 when he posted a school-record 1,092 stops in his senior campaign to establish a new Clarkson career mark of 3,735 saves.

Year-by-Year Records Year 2010-11 2011-12

W L 15 19 16 17

T 2 6

Captain M. Borowiecki J. Morley

*ECAC RS Ttitle, $ECAC Tr. Title, ^NCAA Tr.

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Wally Easton '31 became the first Clarkson player to twice gain All-America honors (1930 and 1931). He holds the Clarkson record for most career shutouts with 16 in 44 games.

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ALL-AMERICAS

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larkson has had 36 individuals earn All-America honors since 1928, including 13 who have won the prestigious honor twice. Defenseman Fred Dion and center Buzz Williams were the first Golden Knights to receive the honor in 1928-29, while goaltender Wally Easton became the first Tech player to be recognized twice as an All-America (1929-30, 1930-31). Fifteen defensemen, 13 forwards and eight goaltenders have gained All-America distinction for Clarkson. The latest Knight to be selected was defenseman Grant Clitsome, who gained All-America status as a senior in 2008. 1. Fred Dion, D .................... 1928-29 2. Buzz Williams, C ............. 1928-29 3. Wally Easton, G ............... 1929-30 Wally Easton, G ............... 1930-31 4 Art Smith, D ^^ ................. 1954-55 Art Smith, D ^^ ................. 1955-56 5. Eddie Rowe, C ................. 1955-56 Eddie Rowe, C ................. 1956-57 6. Eddie Macdonald, G ^^ .... 1956-57 Eddie Macdonald, G ....... 1957-58 7. Pat Brophy, D .................. 1962-63 8. Calvin Wagner, D ............ 1962-63 9. Corby Adams, C .............. 1963-64 10. Terry Yurkiewicz, G ........ 1964-65 Terry Yurkiewicz, G ........ 1965-66 11. Bruce Bullock, G ............. 1969-70 Bruce Bullock, G ............. 1970-71

12. Steve Warr, D ................... 1970-71 Steve Warr, D ................... 1971-72 13. Brian Shields, G .............. 1975-76 Brian Shields, G .............. 1976-77 14. Dave Taylor, RW ............. 1976-77 15. Bill Blackwood, D ............ 1976-77 Bill Blackwood, D ............ 1977-78 16. Bryan Cleaver, C ............. 1980-81 17. Ed Small, D ...................... 1980-81 18. *Don Sylvestri, G ............. 1980-81 19. Steve Cruickshank, C ..... 1981-82 20. Colin Patterson, RW ....... 1982-83 21. Bob Armstrong, D ........... 1983-84 22. Dave Fretz, D ................... 1983-84 Dave Fretz, D ................... 1984-85 23. Andy Otto, D ^^ ................ 1985-86

24. Luciano Borsato, C ^^ ...... 1987-88 25. John Fletcher, G ^^ ........... 1987-88 26. Craig Conroy, C ............... 1993-94 27. Brian Mueller, D ............... 1993-94 Brian Mueller, D ............... 1994-95 28. Marko Tuomainen, RW ^^1994-95 29. Dan Murphy, G ^^ ............ 1995-96 Dan Murphy, G ^^ ............ 1996-97 30. Todd White, C ^^ .............. 1995-96 Todd White, C................... 1996-97 31. Matt Pagnutti, D............... 1996-97 32. Willie Mitchell, D ^^ ......... 1998-99 33. Erik Cole, LW ^^............... 1998-99 34. Kent Huskins, D ............... 2000-01 35. Nick Dodge, C ^^ ............... 2006-07 36. Grant Clitsome, D ^^ ........ 2007-08 ^^ Second Team *First freshman in ECAC to be named All-America.

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All-America defensemen Pat Brophy '63 and and Calvin Wagner '63 anchored a stingy Clarkson blueline in the 1962-63 season.

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All-America defenseman Steve Warr '72 and coach Len Ceglarski. Warr was Clarkson's first NHL Draft choice, selected by Buffalo in the 5th round (61st overall) of the 1971 draft.

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Don Sylvestri '84 became the first freshman in the ECAC to be named an All-America after posting a .904 save percentage and a 2.92 goals against average en route to a 22-3-4 overall record in 1980-81.

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Dave Fretz '85 and Bob Armstrong '84 continued the strong tradition of all-star defensemen at Clarkson when both were named All-Americas in the 1983-84 campaign.

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Two-time All-America Dan Murphy '98 holds the record for most wins by an ECAC goaltender with an overall career record of 85-37-9.

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Defenseman Kent Huskins '01 joined former classmates Erik Cole and Willie Mitchell on the All-America list after an exceptional senior campaign in 2000-01.

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Jack "Black Jack" Porter is one of 24 former Golden Knight hockey players who have been inducted into Clarkson's Athletic Hall of Fame.

CLARKSON ATHLETIC HALL of FAME

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he Clarkson Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1992 to honor and perpetuate the memory of those individuals who, either through participation, support, or interest, have made outstanding contributions to Clarkson Athletics, and who have helped to bring recognition, honor, and distinction to the University. Sixty-three individuals have been inducted into Clarkson's Athletic Hall of Fame, including 24 former student-atheletes, two former head coaches, and a trainer, who participated in the sport of men's hockey, along with three benefactors who played a major role in the success of the program.

Murray Walker, "Father of Clarkson Hockey"

CLARKSON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME MEMBERS (HOCKEY) Class of 1992:

CORBY ADAMS ‘64 (Hockey, Baseball) AL GRAHAM ‘59 (Soccer, Hockey, Lacrosse) PAUL PILON ‘40 (Hockey) EDDIE ROWE ‘57 (Hockey) DAVE TAYLOR ‘77 (Hockey) PINKY RYAN ‘35 (Trainer)

Class of 2004:

RON FRAZER ‘45 (Women’s Hockey, Hockey) DAVE FRETZ ‘85 (Hockey) GEORGE MACLEAN ‘42 (Football, Hockey) JOHN “JOCKO” MCLENNAN ‘68 (Hockey) BOB VAN LAMMERS ‘59 (Hockey) STEVE WARR ‘ 72 (Hockey)

Class of 1995:

WALLY EASTON ‘31 (Hockey)

Class of 2005:

BRUCE BULLOCK ‘71 (Hockey) ED MACDONALD ‘58 (Hockey) COLIN PATTERSON ‘86 (Hockey) JACK PORTER ‘56 (Hockey) HELEN CHEEL (Benefactor)

Class of 2007:

Class of 2010: ART SMITH '56 (Hockey)

Class of 2012:

BILL BLACKWOOD ‘78 (Hockey) CRAIG CONROY ‘94 (Hockey) TOM HURLEY ‘66 (Hockey, Baseball) FRANK ROTUNNO ‘56 (Benefactor)

LEN CEGLARSKI (Hockey Coach 1958-72) TERRY YURKIEWICZ '66 (Hockey)

Class of 2008:

BOB EMPIE '68 (Hockey) FRED SILVER '68 (Hockey, Golf) KEVIN ZAPPIA '79 (Hockey, Baseball) BILL HARRISON (Hockey Coach 1948-58) MURRAY WALKER (Benefactor) Wally Easton '31

George Maclean '42

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Head Coach Casey Jones with 2012 Barben Award winner Alf Maki '71 at the Clarkson Hockey Alumni Golf Outing this past July.

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CLARKSON's ARNOLD H. BARBEN AWARD

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he Arnold H. Barben Award is intended to recognize the important role that hockey has played in the history of the University. This award is presented to a Clarkson University Varsity C hockey alumnus who has demonstrated outstanding professional achievement, has contributed to the betterment of his community and has worked unselfishly for his alma mater. Helen Barben, of Seneca Falls, New York, established the Barben Award in 1980 in memory of her late husband, a member of the class of 1927. Arnold Barben was instrumental in the elevation of Clarkson hockey from a club sport to the intercollegiate level of competition. He went on to achieve extraordinary success with Goulds Pumps, Inc., where he was senior vice president and director at the time of his retirement. His professional standards were coupled with a high sense of civic duty, and the Barbens’ have provided generous support to Clarkson for financial assistance to students. 2012 Recipient - Alf Maki was a big, hard-working, rugged winger for the Golden Knights from 1968-71, Alf Maki played a key role on head coach Len Ceglarski’s teams that compiled a 71-19-3 record during the late 1960s and early 1970s. As a junior, the Sudbury, Ontario native helped to lead the Green and Gold to 24-8 overall record and a berth in the championship game of the 1970 NCAA Tournament. In his senior campaign, Maki was the Knights’ second-leading scorer with 22 goals and 20 assists as Clarkson established a school record for wins in a season with a 28-4-1 overall slate. Skating in 93 games over three seasons, Maki recorded 94 career points with 45 goals and 49 assists. After graduating from Clarkson in 1971 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Development, Maki was a supervisor/superintendent for many years at Reynolds Metals in Massena, N.Y. Since his playing days ended for the Golden Knights, he has been active in Potsdam Youth Hockey as a coach and mentor, and an active supporter of boys and girls hockey, along with other youth sports in the North Country. Maki, along with his wife Laurie, has also been an active member of the Clarkson Golden Knight Men’s hockey booster club, and currently serves as President of the Booster Club.

PREVIOUS BARBEN AWARD RECIPIENTS Year

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Name and Class

1981

Robert L. Houston '34

1997

George N. Maclean '42

1982

Robert A. Campbell '61

1998

William D. O'Flaherty '71

1983

William J. Little '61

1999

Not Awarded

1984

Charles R. Hyde '48

2000

Michael A. Smith '68

1985

John T. McLennan '68

2001

Charles J. Bullard Jr. '76

1986

Douglas B. Brown '53

2002

Wayne F. LaChance '70

1987

H. Allan Graham '59

2003

Not Awarded

1988

Donald E. May '57

2004

Joseph R. Drago '63

1989

David A. Taylor '77

2005

Not Awarded

1990

Frank R. Schmeler '64

2006

Not Awarded

1991

Stephen J. Warr '72

2007

Joseph D. Thompson '56

1992

Terry A. Yurkiewicz '66

2008

Not Awarded

1993

J. Ronald Frazer '45

2009

Not Awarded

1994

Robert E. Empie '68

2010

Not Awarded

1995

Richard S. Wetmore '77

2011

Thomas A. Sherby '56

1996

G. Lionel Hewitson '49

2012

Alf W. Maki '71

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Bill Harrison served as head coach for the Golden Knights for 10 seasons from 1948-1958 and owns the best winning percentage among Clarkson coaches at .722.

BILL HARRISON, CLARKSON MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD

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he Bill Harrison, Clarkson Most Valuable Player Award, is named in honor of the successful Clarkson coach of the late 1940s and 1950s. 2012 Recipient - Paul Karpowich, who also earned the honor in 2011, backstopped Clarkson to 16 wins in goal and set a school record for saves in a season (1,092) and is a career (3,735). He started 37 of the 39 games and posted a .921 save percentage and a 2.46 goals against average. 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-90 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70

............................... Paul Karpowich - Goal ............................... Paul Karpowich - Goal ............................... Matt Beca - Right Wing ............................... Shea Guthrie - Left Wing ............................... Steve Zalewski - Center ............................... David Leggio - Goal ............................... Nick Dodge- Center ............................... Jay Latulippe - Center ............................... Mac Faulkner - Center ............................... Randy Jones - Defense ............................... Matt Poapst - Right Wing ............................... Kent Huskins - Defense ............................... Erik Cole - Left Wing/Center ............................... Erik Cole - Left Wing ............................... Chris Clark - Right Wing ............................... Todd White - Center ............................... Dan Murphy - Goal ............................... Patrice Robitaille - Left Wing ............................... Craig Conroy - Center ............................... Chris Rogles - Goal ............................... Steve Dubinsky - Center ............................... Dave Trombley - Center ............................... John Fletcher - Goal ............................... Jarmo Kekalainen - Left Wing ............................... Luciano Borsato - Center ............................... Luciano Borsato - Center ............................... Jamie Falle - Goal ............................... Gord Sharpe - Left Wing ............................... Bob Armstrong - Defense ............................... Pat Haramis - Right Wing ............................... Steve Cruickshank - Center ............................... Ed Small - Defense ............................... Craig Laughlin - Right Wing ............................... Kevin Zappia - Left Wing ............................... Marty McNally - Center ............................... Dave Taylor - Right Wing ............................... Brian Shields - Goal ............................... Dan O’Driscoll - Center ............................... Dave Taylor - Right Wing ............................... Larry Fleetham - Defense ............................... Peter Harasym -Left Wing ............................... Bruce Bullock - Goal ............................... Wayne LaChance - Defense ............................... Bruce Bullock - Goal

Along with Paul Karpowich, Bruce Bullock, Luciano Borsato and Erik Cole have been two-time winners of the Bill Harrison,

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An ECAC All-Star for the Golden Knights in the early 1990s, Jason Currie '94 nows serves on Clarkson's Board of Trustees.

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GOALTENDING LEADERS

YEAR-BY-YEAR since 1958

Save Percentage (games)

Goals Against Average

Wins

1958-59

B. Armstrong .889 (19)

B. Armstrong 3.40

B. Armstrong 10

1959-60

B. Armstrong .851 (20)

B. Armstrong 5.30

B. Armstrong 7

1960-61

W. Gibbons .878 (14.5)

W. Gibbons 2.80

W. Gibbons 9

1961-62

W. Gibbons .914 (21)

W. Gibbons 2.10

W. Gibbons 18

1962-63

W. Gibbons .909 (28)

W. Gibbons 1.71

W. Gibbons 21

1963-64

B. Birrell .881 (21)

B. Birrell 3.33

B. Birrell 16

1964-65

T. Yurkiewicz .914 (24)

T. Yurkiewicz 2.66

T. Yurkiewicz 18

1965-66

T. Yurkiewicz .906 (23)

T. Yurkiewicz 2.46

T. Yurkiewicz 24

1966-67

R. Wilson .873 (13)

R. Wilson 3.92

R. Wilson 8

1967-68

J. Miller .881 (23)

J. Miller 3.53

J. Miller 17

1968-69

B. Bullock .900 (28)

B. Bullock 3.44

B. Bullock 15

1969-70

B. Bullock .897 (27)

B. Bullock 3.06

B. Bullock 19

1970-71

B. Bullock .920 (30)

B. Bullock 2.37

B. Bullock 27

1971-72

K. Woods .887 (17)

K. Woods 3.33

K. Woods 11

1972-73

K. Woods .893 (14)

K. Woods 3.50

K. Woods 11

1973-74

S. Larose .896 (23)

S. Larose 3.80

S. Larose 10

1974-75

G. Galbraith .869 (25)

G. Galbraith 5.20

G. Galbraith 10

1975-76

B. Shields .885 (25)

B. Shields 4.40

B. Shields 18

1976-77

B. Shields .896 (32)

B. Shields 3.60

B. Shields 26

1977-78

K. Moore .859 (26)

K. Moore 4.50

K. Moore 16

1978-79

R. Mills .893 (14)

R. Mills 3.23

K. Moore 11

1979-80

P. Mielzynski .873 (12)

P. Mielzynski 3.64

R. Mills 13

1980-81

D. Sylvestri .904 (29)

D. Sylvestri 2.92

D. Sylvestri 22

1981-82

D. Sylvestri .881 (30)

D. Sylvestri 2.93

D. Sylvestri 22

1982-83

J. Falle .884 (26)

J. Falle 3.22

J. Falle 16

1983-84

J. Falle .882 (27)

D. Sylvestri 3.04 (16)

J. Falle 16

1984-85

J. Falle .895 (29)

J. Falle 2.91

J. Falle 18

1985-86

J. Falle .888 (31)

J. Falle 3.22

J. Falle 18

1986-87

J. Fletcher .907 (23)

J. Fletcher 2.99

J. Fletcher 11

1987-88

J. Fletcher .908 (33)

J. Fletcher 3.19

J. Fletcher 16

1988-89

J. Poirier .899 (16)

J. Poirier 3.50

J. Fletcher 9

1989-90

J. Fletcher .907 (34)

J. Fletcher 3.12

J. Fletcher 20

1990-91

C. Rogles .891 (28)

C. Rogles 3.35

C. Rogles 16

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Kevin Woods '73

Sylvain Larose '75

Jamie Falle '86

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Paul Karpowich '12 holds the Clarkson record for most saves in a season (1,092) and a career (3,735).

1991-92

J. Currie .912 (19)

J. Currie 2.87

J. Currie 11/C. Rogles 11

1992-93

C. Rogles .915 (27)

C. Rogles 2.42

C. Rogles 16

1993-94

J. Currie .907 (33)

J. Currie 3.03

J. Currie 18

1994-95

D. Murphy .889 (37)

D. Murphy 3.28

D. Murphy 23

1995-96

D. Murphy .912 (38)

D. Murphy 2.56

D. Murphy 25

1996-97

D. Murphy .917 (37)

D. Murphy 2.33

D. Murphy 27

1997-98

D. Murphy .907 (23)

D. Murphy 2.27

C. Bernard 13 (13-0-1)

1998-99

S. Grant .905 (36)

S. Grant 2.61

S. Grant 25

1999-00

K. Mattson .901 (17)

K. Mattson 2.74

K. Mattson 10

2000-01

M. Walsh .922 (21)

M. Walsh 1.86

M. Walsh 15

2001-02

M. Walsh .911 (38)

M. Walsh 2.39

M. Walsh 16

2002-03

M. Walsh .910 (23)

M. Walsh 2.42

M. Walsh 6/D. Traylen 6

2003-04

D. Traylen .918 (36)

D. Traylen 2.57

D. Traylen 15

2004-05

D. Traylen .907 (30)

D. Traylen 2.82

D. Traylen 9

2005-06

D. Leggio .913 (23)

D. Leggio 2.57

D. Leggio 11

2006-07

D. Leggio .930 (37)

D. Leggio 2.16

D. Leggio 24

2007-08

D. Leggio .920 (38)

D. Leggio 2.20

D. Leggio 22

2008-09

P. Karpowich .907 (27)

P. Karpowich 2.85

P. Karpowich 7

2009-10

P. Karpowich .898 (31)

R. LaVeau 3.33 (10)

P. Karpowich 8

2010-11

P. Karpowich .912 (35)

P. Karpowich 3.05

P. Karpowich 15

2011-12

P. Karpowich .921 (37)

P. Karpowich 2.46

P. Karpowich 16

Chris Rogles '93

Karl Mattson

GOALTENDING RECORDS Lowest Goals Against Average in a Season: 1.33—Wally Easton, 1930-31 (11 games, 21 goals) Highest Save Percentage in a Season: .930—David Leggio, 2006-07 (37 games, 1037 saves, 78 goals) Most Saves in a Career: 3,735—Paul Karpowich, 2008-12 (130 games) Most Saves in a Season: 1,092—Paul Karpowich, 2011-12 (37 games) Most Saves in a Game: 57—John Fletcher, 12/30/87 vs Colgate (7-6 4ot SIT Tournament) Most Saves in a Period: 23—Dan Murphy vs Miami University (1st), 12/27/96 —Paul Karpowich at Nebraska-Omaha (1st), 10/8/10 Most Career Wins: 85—Dan Murphy, 1994-98 Most Wins in a Season: 27—Bruce Bullock, 1970-71, Dan Murphy, 1996-97 Most Shutouts in a Career: 16—Wally Easton, 1927-31 (44 games) David Leggio '08

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Bill Munro '52 averaged an amazing 3.72 points per game for the Golden Knights over three seasons, recording 134 points on 71 goals and 63 assists through 36 games from 1949-52.

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CLARKSON 100-POINT CLUB Name Dave Taylor Kevin Zappia Hugo Belanger Todd White Marko Tuomainen Steve Cruickshank Eddie Rowe Patrice Robitaille Marty McNally Sid Tanchak Luciano Borsato Bill Blackwood Craig Laughlin Craig Conroy Tom Meeker Bruce McDonough Dave Trombley Bryan Cleaver Corby Adams Jerry Kemp Gord Sharpe Brian Mueller Colin Patterson Steve Dubinsky Jim Armstrong Jack Porter Bob Empie Brian Dooling Pat Haramis Brian Mason Bill Munro John McLennan Mike Harvey Steve Palmer Grant Childerhose Rick Magnusson Jean-Francois Houle Mike Prestidge Steve Williams Chris Clark Robert Van Lammers Nick Dodge Matt Beca Charlie Meitner Roger Purdie Scott Thomas Brian Wilkinson John Halme

Pos RW LW LW C RW C/LW C LW C C C D RW RW/C W RW C C C W LW D RW C C/LW C C W RW C W W C C RW C LW C RW RW W C RW LW LW RW RW C

Years 1973-77 1975-79 1989-93 1993-97 1991-95 1978-82 1954-57 1991-95 1974-78 1975-79 1984-88 1974-78 1976-80 1990-94 1952-56 1979-83 1987-91 1977-81 1961-64 1969-72 1981-85 1991-95 1980-83 1989-93 1977-81 1952-56 1965-68 1965-68 1980-84 1970-73 1949-52 1965-68 1982-86 1992-96 1955-58 1967-70 1993-97 1978-81 1984-88 1994-98 1956-59 2004-08 2006-10 1982-86 1961-64 1989-92 1961-64 1968-71

GP 116 122 139 143 135 129 66 135 113 125 129 123 127 140 82 134 131 124 78 98 130 131 100 142 120 82 71 73 134 94 36 70 110 141 65 76 143 96 129 142 60 150 149 124 76 104 74 93

G 98 103 81 90 82 87 87 72 66 77 63 52 65 63 74 64 58 69 76 88 69 39 64 59 65 63 70 58 57 46 71 76 64 60 70 36 49 57 68 63 68 52 51 52 57 72 47 56

A 153 110 124 108 109 103 95 103 105 93 107 117 103 104 90 99 104 92 83 68 87 117 91 93 85 86 79 82 83 92 63 58 70 74 61 94 80 71 60 65 67 72 72 70 64 48 72 63

Pts 251 213 205 198 191 190 182 175 171 170 170 169 168 167 164 163 162 161 159 156 156 156 155 152 150 149 149 140 140 138 134 134 134 134 131 130 129 128 128 128 125 124 123 122 121 120 119 119

Name Mike Casselman Pete Harasym Mark Green Mel Tomalty Hal Pettersen Mike Morrison Dan Makuch Matt Poapst Dave Tretowicz Stan Moore Ellard Gutzman David Cayer Mark Tretowicz Steve Zalewski Dan O’Driscoll Jay Wescott Shea Guthrie Chris D'Alvise Bill Little Brian MacKenzie Jim O’Meara David Seitz Shawn LaVoy Tom Hurley Erik Cole Ed Small Jay Latulippe Mike Conroy Dave Fretz Al Hill

Pos LW W LW C C C W RW D LW W RW C C C D/W W C W W C LW RW C LW/C D C W D LW

Years 1987-91 1970-73 1987-91 1957-60 1960-63 1985-89 1976-80 1998-02 1987-91 1950-53 1953-56 2004-08 1986-90 2004-08 1972-75 1975-79 2005-09 2005-09 1958-61 1970-73 1980-85 1992-96 1985-89 1963-66 1997-00 1977-81 2001-05 1970-73 1981-85 1983-87

GP 129 95 118 59 75 121 122 141 142 42 63 145 133 151 86 116 137 145 60 92 113 128 127 74 103 128 146 94 132 108

G 48 57 58 57 46 46 43 48 20 54 58 40 42 58 48 29 39 49 47 40 40 45 51 42 52 27 45 44 31 51

A 71 60 58 58 68 68 71 64 90 55 51 69 66 50 48 77 67 56 58 65 65 60 53 62 51 76 58 58 71 49

Pts 119 117 116 115 114 114 114 112 110 109 109 109 108 108 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 103 103 103 102 102 100

Matt Beca '10 was the last Golden Knight to reach the Century Mark with 123 career points (51-72) through 149 games from 2006-10.

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Chris Bernard '98 closed out his collegiate career with an amazing senior campaign as he set the 1997-98 NCAA goaltending record for winning percentage at .964 with a 130-1 record. He had played in just over 12 minutes prior to his final season.

RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Goals/Single Game 13 Gene LaBonne—1942 vs Norwich Most Goals/Season 41 Dave Taylor—1976-77 (34 games) 39 Bill Munro—1950-51 (15 games) Most Goals/Career 103 Kevin Zappia—1975-79 (122 games) 98 Dave Taylor—1973-77 (116 games) Most Assists/Single Game 8 Malcom White—1951 vs Middlebury Most Assists/Season 67 Dave Taylor—1976-77 (34 games) 54 Bill Blackwood—1976-77 (34 games) Most Assists/Career 153 Dave Taylor—1973-77 (116 games) 124 Hugo Belanger—1989-93 (139 games) 117 Bill Blackwood—1974-78 (123 games) 117 Brian Mueller—1991-95 (131 games) Most Points/Single Game 13 Gene LaBonne—1942 vs Norwich Most Points/Season 108 Dave Taylor—1976-77 (34 games) 75 Hugo Belanger—1990-91 (40 games) Most Points/Career 251 Dave Taylor—1973-77 (98 goals, 153 assists, 116 games) Most Points by a Senior 108 Dave Taylor—1976-77 (41 goals, 67 assists, 34 games) Most Points by a Junior 72 Todd White—1995-96 (29 goals, 43 assists, 38 games) Most Points by a Sophomore 75 Hugo Belanger—1990-91 (32 goals, 43 assists, 40 games) Most Points by a Freshman 51 Colin Patterson—1980-81 (20 goals, 31 assists, 34 games)

Most Power-Play Goals in a Career 38 Todd White—1993-97 Most Power-Play Goals in a Season 15 Todd White—(twice) 1996-97, 1995-96 Most Shorthanded Goals in a Career 9 Nick Dodge—2004-08 Most Shorthanded Goals in a Season 6 Erik Cole—1998-99 Most Game-Winning Goals in a Career 18 Todd White—1993-97 Most Game-Winning Goals in a Season 9 Todd White—1996-97 Consecutive Games Scoring a Point 36 Eddie Rowe—1955-57 Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal 26 Bill Munro—1949-1/12/52 Hat Tricks/Career 10 Ike Houston—1928-31 (33 games) Hat Tricks/Season 6 Fred Dion—1927-28 (11 games) Fastest Hat Trick 15 seconds—Tom Meeker vs Hamilton, 2/12/55, (18-2 W(H), first period 19:18, 19:28, 19:33) Most Games Played 152 Max Kolu—2003-07 Mike Sullivan—2003-07 Most Penalty Minutes in a Season 179 Matt Nickerson—2003-04 (179 minutes/61 penalties) Most Career Penalty Minutes 402 Derek Ray—1982-86 (402 minutes/171 penalties)

TEAM RECORDS Most Games Played 41 2003-04 (won 18, lost 18, tied 5) Most Games Won 29 1990-91 (won 29, lost 9, tied 2) Most Games Lost 24 2009-10 (won 9, lost 24, tied 4) Most Games Tied 7 2008-09 (won 10, lost 19, tied 7) Most Goals Scored Single Game: 29—vs Norwich, Feb. 11, 1942 (29-3 at Walker Arena) Season: 223—1976-77 (34 games, won 26, lost 8) Average: 9.31—1940-41 (13 games 10-3; 121 goals) Winning Percentage 1.00—1955-56 (won 23, lost 0) Most Goals Against Single Game: 19—vs Colgate, 1943-44 (19-2 loss at Colgate) Season: 154—1974-75 (29 games, won 13, lost 15, tied 1) Average: 7.34—1921-22 (3 games 1-2; 22 goals) Streaks Undefeated: 25 (began 1955 by defeating Ottawa 4-1; ended 1956, losing to RPI 5-6 ot) Losing: 11 (began Feb. 19, 1924, by losing to St. Michaels 2-3 ot; ended by defeating Ogdensburg 4-3, Feb. 8, 1926) Scoring: 252 (began Jan. 1, 1971, by defeating Harvard 5-4 ot; ended Jan. 13, 1979, by losing to New Hampshire 4-0)

Nick Dodge '08

Tom Meeker '56

Derek Ray '86

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Linemates Luciano Borsato '88 and Steve Williams '88 combined for six hat tricks from 1984-87.

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CLARKSON HAT TRICKS 2011-12 - none 2010-11 Dec. 4 - Brandon DeFazio 5-3 W(A) at Quinnipiac Dec. 12 - Brandon DeFazio 9-2 W(A) at Sacred Heart

Jan. 5 - Kevin O’Flaherty 8-1 W(H) vs Mercyhurst Mar. 9 - David Evans 6-1 W(H) vs St. Lawrence (ECAC 1/4Finals)

1999-2000 - none

2008-09 Oct. 17 - Chris D'Alvise 6-4 W(A) at RIT

1998-99 Jan. 15 - Erik Cole 4-2 W(A) at Vermont Feb. 26 - Willie Mitchell 9-3 W(H) vs Brown

Steve Zalewski '08

2006-07 Dec. 29 - Nick Dodge 6-2 W(A) at Wisconsin (Badger Showdown) 2005-06 - none 2004-05 Nov. 12 - Jay Latulippe 4-1 W(H) vs Dartmouth 2003-04 Jan. 3 - Trevor Edwards 8-2 W(H) vs Mercyhurst 2002-03 Nov. 15 - Tristan Lush 5-1 W(H) vs Brown 2001-02 Nov. 3 - Kevin O’Flaherty 7-6 OT W(H) vs St. Lawrence

1993-94 Nov. 28 - Brian Mueller 6-5 OT W(N) vs Toronto (Great Western Freeze-Out at LA) Jan. 8 - Craig Conroy 7-5 L(A) at Harvard Jan. 15 - Criag Conroy 6-4 W(H) vs Providence Mar. 12 - Patrice Robitaille 5-2 W(H) vs Colgate (ECAC 1/4Finals)

2000-01 - none

2009-10 - none

2007-08 Nov. 3 - Tim Marks 4-3 W(H) vs Dartmouth Nov. 10 - Steve Zalewski (4) 6-2 W(A) at Princeton Jan. 12 - Steve Zalewski 3-1 W(A) at Harvard

since 1968-69

1992-93 Nov. 6 - Steve Dubinsky 12-1 W(H) vs Northeastern Mar. 6 - Hugo Belanger 8-6 W(A) at Brown

1997-98 Nov. 22 - Matt Reid 11-0 W(H) vs Rensselaer Jan. 16 - Chris Clark 4-3 W(A) at Dartmouth Feb. 20 - Buddy Wallace 6-3 W(H) vs Yale

1991-92 Oct. 26 - Steve Dubinsky 9-3 W(H) vs Boston College Nov. 16 - Ed Sabo 10-3 W(H) vs Dartmouth Dec. 27 - Todd Marchant 11-1 W(N) vs Army (SIT at Syracuse) Jan. 20 - Todd Marchant 6-2 W(H) vs Plattsburgh Mar. 27 - Scott Thomas 8-4 L(N)vs North. Michigan (NCAA Regional at Detroit)

1996-97 Nov. 16 - Todd White 7-4 W(A) at St. Lawrence Jan. 4 - Chris Clark 5-2 W(H) vs Cornell Mar. 14 - Todd White 5-1 W(N) vs Princeton (ECAC Semi at Lake Placid) 1995-96 Oct. 28 - Todd White 4-3 OT L(A) at Denver Jan. 19 - Steve Palmer 7-2 W(H) vs Dartmouth Mar. 2 - Dave Seitz 4-4 OT T(H) vs Colgate Mar. 8 - JF Houle (4) 5-2 W(H) vs Brown (ECAC 1/4Finals)

Ed Sabo '92

1994-95 Oct. 22 - David Seitz 8-3 W(H) vs Elmira Nov. 18 - Patrice Robitaille 11-2 W(H) vs Princeton Dec. 3 - Kevin Murphy 8-4 W(A) at St. Lawrence Mar. 18 - Chris Lipsett 10-5 W(N) vs Colgate (ECAC consolation at Lake Placid)

1990-91 Nov. 3 - Hugo Belanger 9-4 W(H) vs Lowell Nov. 9 - Dave Trombley 5-4 ot W(A) at Rensselaer Dec. 7 - Scott Thomas 8-6 W(A) at Princeton Jan. 25 - Mark Green 7-6 W(H) vs Vermont Feb. 15 - Scott Thomas 7-1 W(H) vs Army

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Feb. 16 - Mark Green 11-1 W(H) vs Princeton Mar. 10 - Hugo Belanger 5-4 W(N) vs St. Lawrence (ECAC Champ. at Boston Garden) 1989-90 Oct. 28 - Mark Tretowicz 11-2 W(H) vs McGill Nov. 22 - Janne Kekalainen 11-1 W(H) vs RIT Dec. 1 - Mark Green 5-1 W(H) vs Yale 1988-89 Dec. 3 - Mark Green 7-2 W(A) at Brown Jan. 6 - Jarmo Kekalainen 9-3 W(A) at Army Jan. 28 - Shawn LaVoy 7-6 W(H) vs Vermont Feb. 20 - Jarmo Kekalainen 11-3 W(H) vs Brown 1987-88 Jan. 8 - Mike Morrison 4-4 ot T(A) at Dartmouth Feb. 27 - Mike Morrison 8-2 W(H) vs Dartmouth 1986-87 Nov. 15 - Steve Williams 6-0 W(A) at Vermont Nov. 28 - Steve Williams 7-6 L(H) vs Toronto Jan. 25 - Luciano Borsato (4) 5-4 W(H) vs Concordia Feb. 7 - Steve Williams 7-6 W(A) at Colgate 1985-86 Dec. 11 - Al Hill 10-1 W(H) vs St. Lawrence Feb. 28 - Steve Williams 10-2 W(H) vs Dartmouth 1984-85 Dec. 8 - Luciano Borsato 6-3 W(A) at Brown Jan. 27 - Gord Sharpe 8-3 W(H) vs Concordia Feb. 16 - Al Hill 6-3 W(H) vs Yale

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Brian MacKenzie '73 was featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" segment after scoring nine goals in two games in wins over the University of Quebec on November 11-12, 1972.

1983-84 Nov. 26 - Al Hill 9-2 W(H) vs Dartmouth 1982-83 Oct. 30 - Pat Haramis 7-3 W(H) vs Oswego Dec. 29 - Charlie Meitner 17-0 W(A) vs Air Force (SIT, Syracuse) Feb. 15 - Mike Harvey 8-4 W(H) vs Cornell Feb. 26 - Colin Patterson 9-2 W(H) vs Rensselaer 1981-82 Oct. 27 - Colin Patterson 7-1 W(A) at Plattsburgh Oct. 31 - Steve Cruickshank 10-3 W(H) vs Concordia Dec. 9 - Steve Cruickshank 7-3 W(H) vs Colgate Jan. 6 - Steve Cruickshank 8-0 W(H) vs Elmira Jan. 29 - Bruce McDonough 9-2 W(H) vs Maine Feb. 19 - Gord Sharpe 13-4 W(H) vs Dartmouth 1980-81 Nov. 4 - Jim Armstrong 11-1 W(H) vs Norwich Nov. 10 - Mike Prestidge 6-2 W(H) vs US Internationa Nov. 19 - Steve Cruickshank 6-5 W(H) vs Colgate Nov. 24 - Bryan Cleaver - Pat Haramis 12-2 W(A) at Dartmouth Jan. 19 - Steve Cruickshank 8-3 W(H) vs Providence Jan. 24 - Colin Patterson 10-4 W(A) at Colgate Feb. 3 - Colin Patterson 8-6 W(A) at St. Lawrence Feb. 6 - Bryan Cleaver 6-5ot L(H) vs Concordia Feb. 20 - Steve Cruickshank 10-3 W(H) vs Princeton

Pat Haramis '84

1979-80 Nov. 23 - Bryan Cleaver 8-7ot W(H) vs Yale Dec. 5 - Mike Prestidge 5-4ot W(H) vs Vermont Jan. 16 - Steve Cruickshank 14-6 W(H) vs Cornell Jan. 25 - Kelly Morgan 12-7 W(H) vs Boston Univ. Feb. 8 - Mike Prestidge 8-5 W(H) vs Rensselaer Feb. 12 - Mike Prestidge 5-2 W(H) vs Colgate Feb. 29 - Steve Cruickshank (4) 11-2 W(H) vs Maine Mar. 11 - Craig Laughlin 8-3 W(A) at Vermont (ECAC 1/4 Finals) 1978-79 Nov. 8 - Craig Laughlin 10-2 W(H) vs Queens Dec. 1 - Mike Prestidge 5-3 W(A) at Dartmouth Jan. 5 - Bryan Cleaver 10-9ot L(A) at Yale Feb. 7 - Kevin Zappia 8-5 W(A) at Colgate Feb. 10 - Kevin Zappia 10-4 W(H) vs Rensselaer Feb. 12 - Craig Laughlin 6-4 W(H) vs Vermont 1977-78 Nov. 24 - Kevin Zappia 6-5ot L(H) vs Concordia Dec. 17 - Marty McNally - Craig Laughlin 8-7 W(H) vs West. Michigan 1976-77 Nov. 5 - Kevin Zappia 9-3 W(A) at West. Michigan Dec. 4 - Sid Tanchak 7-4 W(A) at Rensselaer Jan. 9 - Dave Taylor (4) 10-0 W(N) vs Acadia Jan. 19 - Dave Taylor - Sid Tanchak 11-8 L(A) at Cornell Jan. 25 - Dave Taylor 10-2 W(A) at St. Lawrence 1975-76 Feb. 6 - Marty McNally (5) 6-6ot T(H) vs Rensselaer Feb. 28 - Marty McNally - Kevin Zappia 12-10 L(A) at Penn

Jan. 22 - Brian an Mason 12-6 W(A) at Yale

Marty McNally '78

1974-75 Nov. 28 - Marco Cardoni 9-6 L(H) vs Boston Univ. (North Country Inv.) Nov. 29 - Sandy McAdam 8-1 W(H) vs St. Lawrence (North Country Inv.) Dec. 7 - Bill Scheer 7-3 W(A) at Rensselaer Dec. 15 - Dan O’Driscoll 8-6 W(H) vs Toronto Jan. 11 - Dan O’Driscoll 9-6 W(H) vs Northeastern Feb. 1 - Dave Taylor (4) 7-4 W(A) at Dartmouth Mar. 1 - Dave Taylor (4) 6-4 W(H) vs Vermont 1973-74 n/a 1972-73 Nov. 11 - Brian MacKenzie (4) 13-0 W(H) vs Quebec Nov. 12 - Brian MacKenzie (5) 12-0 W(H) vs Quebec Dec. 30 - Pete Harasym 10-1 W(N) vs Cornell (SIT, Syracuse) Feb. 16 - John Paterson 9-8 ot L(H) vs Boston Col.Mar. 2 - Pete Harasym 5-3 W(H) vs New Hampshire 1971-72 Nov. 25 - Jerry Kemp 9-3 W(N) vs Colgate (North Country Inv. at SLU) Dec. 1 - Jerry Kemp 6-2 W(H) vs Vermont (North Country Inv.) Dec. 28 - Duane LaShomb 9-3 W(N) vs New Brunswick (RPI Inv., Troy, NY) Dec. 29 - Mike Conroy 8-2 W(N) vs Ohio Univ. (RPI Inv., Troy, NY)

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1970-71 Nov. 14 - Jerry Kemp 6-3 W(H) vs Laval Nov. 27 - John Halme 5-2 W(H) vs Bowling Green Jan. 9 - Pete Harasym 6-3 W(A) at Bowling Green Jan. 20 - Geoff Brown - John Halme 12-0 W(H) vs Ottawa Mar. 16 - John Halme 7-4 L(N)vs Harvard (ECAC Champ., Boston Garden) 1969-70 Nov. 12 - Bill Dobbin - Jerry Kemp 17-1 W(H) vs Queens Jan. 2 - Jerry Kemp 6-5 W(H) vs Dartmouth Jan. 3 - Rick Magnusson 11-2 W(H) vs Princeton Feb. 20 - John Halme 7-5 W(H) vs Boston College Mar. 12 - Bill O’Flaherty 6-5ot W(H) vs Brown 1968-69 Jan. 4 - John Halme (6) 13-0 W(H) vs Guelph Feb. 18 - Luc St. Jean - Gerry Ladouceur 7-5 W(H) vs Carleton Mar. 7 - Tom Deacon 8-6 L(N) vs Harvard (ECAC Semi., Boston Garden)

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Mike Walsh '03 recorded 11 shutouts from 1999-03, including four whitewashes in both his sophomore and junior campaigns.

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CLARKSON S SHUTOUTS H

since 1970-71

Oct. 26 - David Leggio - 19 saves 4-0 at Lake Superior N Nov. 16 - David Leggio - 24 saves 1-0 vs Yale Feb. 9 - David Leggio - 15 saves 0-0 ot at Colgate Mar. 1 - David Leggio - 12 saves 8-0 vs Quinnipiac - 14 saves Tim Potter Mar. 14 - David Leggio - 19 saves 1-0 vs Colgate (ECAC Quarterfinals) Paul Karpowich '12

2011-12 Oct. 14 - 23 saves Oct. 22 - 31 saves Nov. 19 - 37 saves Nov. 27 - 27 saves Dec. 3 - 32 saves

Paul Karpowich 3-0 vs Sacred Heart Paul Karpowich 5-0 vs AIC Paul Karpowich 4-0 vs Dartmouth Paul Karpowich 5-0 at Holy Cross Paul Karpowich 0-0 at Cornell

2010-11 Oct. 15 - Paul Karpowich - 31 saves 4-0 vs Bowling Green 2009-10 - none 2008-09 Jan. 31 - Paul Karpowich - 27 saves 0-0 vs Cornell 2007-08 Oct. 13 - David Leggio - 28 saves 2-0 vs Providence

2006-07 Nov. 24 - David Leggio - 23 saves 5-0 vs Bowling Green Mar. 9 - David Leggio - 27 saves 3-0 vs Harvard (ECAC Quarterfinals) 2005-06 Mar. 4 - David Leggio - 20 saves 5-0 vs Princeton (ECAC 1st Round)

2002-03 Nov. 29 - Mike Walsh - 23 saves 4-0 vs Providence Jan. 4 - Mike Walsh - 13 saves 6-0 vs Colgate Jan. 11 - Dustin Traylen - 17 saves 1-0 vs Vermont Jan. 25 - Mike Walsh - 21 saves 3-0 at Colgate 2001-02 Oct. 19 - Mike Walsh - 28 saves 5-0 vs Miami Jan. 4 - Mike Walsh - 14 saves vs Mercyhurst Jan. 12 - Mike Walsh - 22 saves 1-0 vs Union Feb. 22 - Mike Walsh - 22 saves at Colgate 2000-01 Oct. 27 - Shawn Grant - 15 saves 5-0 vs Waterloo (exh.) - 2 saves Mike Walsh Jan. 13 - Mike Walsh - 27 saves 5-0 at Union Feb. 2 - Mike Walsh - 16 saves 6-0 vs Yale Feb. 17 - Mike Walsh - 23 saves 4-0 at Brown Feb. 24 - Mike Walsh - 18 saves 2-0 vs Cornell

2004-05 Jan. 21 - Dustin Traylen - 36 saves 2-0 vs Union Mar. 4 - Dustin Traylen - 32 saves 1-0 ot at Union (ECAC 1st Round) 2003-04 Nov. 29 - Dustin Traylen - 31 saves 3-0 at Harvard Feb. 27 - Dustin Traylen - 35 saves 1-0 at Colgate

Dan Murphy '98

1998-99 Dec. 5 - Shawn Grant - 20 saves 1-0 at Brown Feb. 13 - Shawn Grant - 26 saves 3-0 vs Union 1997-98 Nov. 22 - Dan Murphy - 31 saves 11-0 vs Rensselaer Jan. 24 - Dan Murphy - 26 saves 1-0 at St. Lawrence

Shawn Grant

1999-00 Feb. 5 - Karl Mattson - 24 saves 4-0 vs Yale Feb. 8 - Karl Mattson - 36 saves 4-0 at Quinnipiac David Leggio '08

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1996-97 Nov. 22 - Dan Murphy - 36 saves 4-0 at Rensselaer Jan. 10 - Dan Murphy - 25 saves 5-0 at Lowell Feb. 15 - Dan Murphy - 26 saves 2-0 at Yale 1995-96 Nov. 11 - Dan Murphy - 19 saves 3-0 at Yale www.clarksonathletics.com

Wayne Gibbons '63 holds the Clarkson record for most shutouts in a season with seven during the 1961-62 campaign.

1987-88 Mar. 5 - John Fletcher - 8 saves 1-0 vs Cornell (ECAC 1/4finals - mini-game)

Jason Currie '94

1994-95 - none 1993-94 - none 1992-93 Nov. 29 - Chris Rogles - 45 saves 6-0 at Boston College Jan. 23 - Chris Rogles - 30 saves 6-0 at St. Lawrence Feb. 12 - Chris Rogles - 20 saves 3-0 at Cornell Feb. 20 - Jason Currie - 23 saves 9-0 vs Union

1981-82 Jan. 6 - Pete Mielzynski - 15 saves 8-0 vs Elmira - 7 saves Don Sylvestri Jan. 15 - Don Sylvestri - 19 saves 2-0 at Brown

1986-87 Oct. 25 - Jason Poirier - 32 saves 3-0 vs RIT Nov. 15 - Jason Poirier - 26 saves 6-0 at Vermont Nov. 22 - John Fletcher - 48 saves 7-0 vs Cornell Dec. 5 - John Fletcher - 20 saves 5-0 at Brown Feb. 6 - John Fletcher - 28 saves 5-0 at Cornell Feb. 21 - John Fletcher - 43 saves 4-0 vs Princeton

1980-81 Jan. 3 - Don Sylvestri - 30 saves 6-0 vs Minn.-Duluth (Colonial Bank, Tr., Hartford, CT) Feb. 13 - Don Sylvestri - 25 saves 5-0 at Boston College

1971 1971-72 72 None 1970-71 Jan. 20 - Carl Piehl - 19 saves 12-0 vs Ottawa Feb. 17 - Bruce Bullock - 23 saves 9-0 vs Colgate

1979-80 - none 1978-79 - none 1975-76 - none

1985-86 - none

1974-75 - none

1984-85 - none

1973-74 - none

1983-84 Oct. 29 - Don Sylvestri - 24 saves 3-0 vs RIT

1972-73 Nov. 11 - Kevin Woods - 20 saves 13-0 vs Quebec Nov. 12 - Kevin Woods - 18 saves 12-0 vs Quebec Mar. 17 - Carl Piehl - 27 saves 4-0 vs Penn (ECAC Consolation at Boston Garden)

1982-83 Dec. 4 - Jamie Falle - 16 saves 9-0 vs Brown Dec. 29 - Don Sylvestri - 19 saves 17-0 vs Air Force (SIT at Onondaga War Memorial)

Bruce Bullock '71

1991-92 Jan. 3 - Jason Currie - 36 saves 3-0 vs Princeton Feb. 22 - Jason Currie - 39 saves 4-0 at Princeton 1990-91 Dec. 21 - Jason Currie - 19 saves 7-0 vs West. Michigan (Dexter Classic, Orono, ME) Jan. 4 - Chris Rogles - 22 saves 5-0 vs Dartmouth Jan. 19 - Chris Rogles - 26 saves 3-0 vs St. Lawrence Mar. 1 - Chris Rogles - 19 saves 4-0 vs Yale (ECAC Quarterfinals) 1989-90 - none 1988-89 Mar. 4 - Jason Poirier - 39 saves 0-0 vs Cornell (ECAC Quarterfinals)

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Erik Cole celebrated with the Whitelaw Cup at the1999 ECAC Tournament Championship in Lake Placid.

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CLARKSON and the ECAC HOCKEY TOURNAMENT ENT Championship Game: 5-8 Champions: 1966, 1991, 1993, 1999, 2007 Semifinals: 13-18 Quarterfinals: 50-20-4 First Round: 7-9-0 Consolation: 6-9-1 Preliminary: 0-1-0 Overall ECAC Playoff Record: 82-67-5 - .549 win% (50 years) 2007 ECAC Tr. Champions

2012— First Round—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Rensselaer 5-Clarkson 1 Clarkson 4-Rensselaer 3 3ot Rensselaer 4-Clarkson 1 2011— First Round—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Harvard 2-Clarkson 1 Harvard 6-Clarkson 4 2010— First Round—Appleton Arena, Canton, N.Y. St. Lawrence 3-Clarkson 2 ot Clarkson 4-St. Lawrence 3 ot St. Lawrence 3-Clarkson 2 ot 2009— First Round—Achilles Center, Schenectady, N.Y. Union 5-Clarkson 3 Union 7-Clarkson 2 2008— Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 1-Colgate 0 Colgate 4-Clarkson 3 Colgate 3-Clarkson 2 2ot 2007 CHAMPIONS Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-Harvard 0 Clarkson 2-Harvard 1 Championship Tournament—Times Union Center, Albany, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 5-Dartmouth 4 Championship: Clarkson 4-Quinnipiac 2 2006— First Round—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 2-Princeton 1 Clarkson 5-Princeton 0 Quarterfinals—Lynah Rink, Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell 4-Clarkson 3 2ot Cornell 3-Clarkson 2 2ot

2005— First Round—Achilles Center, Schenectady, N.Y. Clarkson 1-Union 0 ot Union 2-Clarkson 1 ot Clarkson 4-Union 3 ot Quarterfinals—Lynah Rink, Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell 5-Clarkson 0 Cornell 3-Clarkson 2 ot 2004—Second First Round—Achilles Center, Schenectady, N.Y. Clarkson 8-Union 3 Clarkson 5-Union 2 Quarterfinals—Lynah Rink, Ithaca, N.Y. Cornell 5-Clarkson 1 Clarkson 5-Cornell 4 Clarkson 5-Cornell 1 Championship Tournament—Pepsi Arena, Albany, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 2-Colgate 1 Championship: Harvard 4-Clarkson 2 2003— First Round—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Vermont 3-Clarkson 2 Vermont 6-Clarkson 1 2002—Fourth Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-St. Lawrence 1 Clarkson 6-St. Lawrence 1 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Harvard 3-Clarkson 2 ot Consolation: Rensselaer 4-Clarkson 3 2001— Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Vermont 5-Clarkson 3 Clarkson 3-Vermont 2 2ot Vermont 3-Clarkson 2 ot 2000— Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-Princeton 2 Clarkson 2-Princeton 1

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Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Preliminary: Cornell 4-Clarkson 2 1999 CHAMPIONS Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-Brown 2 ot Clarkson 3-Brown 1 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 6-Princeton 5 Championship: Clarkson 3-St. Lawrence 2

1999 ECAC Tr. Champions 1998—Second Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 2-Vermont 1 ot Clarkson 5-Vermont 3 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 6-Harvard 2 Championship: Princeton 5-Clarkson 4 2ot 1997—Second Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 5-Yale 2 Clarkson 4-Yale 1 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 5-Princeton 1 Championship: Cornell 2-Clarkson 1

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Clarkson celebrates the 1993 ECAC Tournament title in Lake Placid.

1992—Tied for Third Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 8-Brown 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Cornell 4-Clarkson 3 (2ot) 1991 CHAMPIONS Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 4-Yale 0 Clarkson 6-Yale 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 3-Harvard 2 Championship: Clarkson 5-St. Lawrence 4

11986 S d 1986—Second Q Quarterfi nals—Houston Field House, Troy, N.Y. Clarkson 3-Rensselaer 1 Clarkson 6-Rensselaer 4 C Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, B Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 4-Harvard 2 Championship: Cornell 3-Clarkson 2 ot

1990—Tied for Third Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 4-St. Lawrence 1 Clarkson 5-St. Lawrence 2 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Colgate 5-Clarkson 3

1996—Fourth Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 5-Brown 2 Clarkson 5-Brown 3 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Cornell 3-Clarkson 0 Consolation: Vermont 3-Clarkson 1 1995—Third Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-Cornell 2 Clarkson 7-Cornell 2 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Princeton 2-Clarkson 1 Consolation: Clarkson 10-Colgate 5

1989— Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Cornell 5-Clarkson 3 Clarkson 0-Cornell 0 1988—Second Quarterfinals—Lynah Rink, Ithaca, N.Y. Clarkson 4-Cornell 3 Cornell 4-Clarkson 2 Clarkson 1-Cornell 0 (mini-game) Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 6-Harvard 4 Championship: St. Lawrence 3-Clarkson 0 1987— Quarterfinals—Ingalls Rink, New Haven, Conn. Clarkson 4-Yale 4 Yale 4-Clarkson 3

1994—Third Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 7-Colgate 6 Clarkson 5-Colgate 2 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Rensselaer 6-Clarkson 2 Consolation: Clarkson 6-Brown 2

1991 ECAC Tr. Champions

1985—Fourth Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-St. Lawrence 2 Clarkson 4-St. Lawrence 4 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Harvard 2-Clarkson 1 Consolation: Cornell 5-Clarkson 3 1984—Third Quarterfinals—Bright Hockey Center, Cambridge, Mass. Clarkson 3-Harvard 1 Clarkson 2-Harvard 2 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Rensselaer 5-Clarkson 4 Consolation: Clarkson 3-Boston College 1 1983— Quarterfinals—Appleton Arena, Canton, N.Y. St. Lawrence 5-Clarkson 3 Clarkson 2-St. Lawrence 1 St. Lawrence 3-Clarkson 0 (mini-game)

1993 CHAMPIONS Quarterfinals—Cheel Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-St. Lawrence 1 Clarkson 5-St. Lawrence 3 Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 5-Rensselaer 3 Championship: Clarkson 3-Brown 1

1982—Fourth Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 7-Colgate 4 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Harvard 7-Clarkson 1 Consolation: New Hampshire 6-Clarkson 5

1993 ECAC Tr. Champions

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Harry Dunn '66 served as captain on coach Len Ceglarski's 1966 team, which won Clarkson's first ECAC Tournament Championship. Dunn earned all-tournament honors.

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Front row: J. Miller, R. Atkinson, T. Hurley, H. Dunn (Capt.), D. Brown, J. Morrill, T. Yurkiewicz. Middle row: L. Ceglarski (Coach), G. Kovolchuk, A. Hamilton, F. Silver, G. Patterson, B. Maxwell, J. Demerski, B. Dooling, B. Empie, G. Emond, P. Ryan (Trainer). Back row: J. Hussar (Mgr.), M. Smith, T. McCabe, J. Levitt, J. McLennan, J. Dudley, R. Silvera (Mgr.). Missing: B. Rowley.

1966 ECAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

1981—Third Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-New Hampshire 2 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Providence 4-Clarkson 3 ot Consolation: Clarkson 3-Colgate 3 ot 1980—Fourth Quarterfinals—Gutterson Fieldhouse, Burlington, Vt. Clarkson 8-Vermont 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Dartmouth 6-Clarkson 4 Consolation: Providence 6-Clarkson 5 ot 1979— Quarterfinals—Thompson Arena, Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth 2-Clarkson 1 ot

1976— Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Cornell 9-Clarkson 7 1975— Quarterfinals—Watson Rink, Cambridge, Mass. Harvard 10-Clarkson 5 1974—Ninth (did not qualify) 1973—Third Quarterfinals—Watson Rink, Cambridge, Mass. Clarkson 7-Harvard 4 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Cornell 9-Clarkson 4 Consolation: Clarkson 4-Pennsylvania 0

1971—Second Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 5-Pennsylvania 2 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 4-Cornell 1 Championship: Harvard 7-Clarkson 4 1970—Second Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-Brown 5 ot Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 5-Boston University 4 Championship: Cornell 3-Clarkson 2

1972— Quarterfinals—Watson Rink, Cambridge, Mass. Harvard 6-Clarkson 5 ot

1978— Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Brown 6-Clarkson 2 1977—Fourth Quarterfinals—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-Providence 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Boston University 7-Clarkson 6 Consolation: Cornell 5-Clarkson 4

1991 ECAC Tr. Champions Dave Trombley, Mike Casselman, Mark Morris, Scotty Whitelaw and Dave Tretowicz with the 1991 ECAC Tournament Championship trophy at the Boston Garden

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CU won its fifth ECACTr.Championship in 2007 at theTimes Union Center inAlbany,the site of the league's showcase event from 2003-2010. For the previous 10 years the ECAC held its championship in Lake Placid where the Knights won titles in 1993 and 1999.Prior to that the league’s postseason affair was held at the Boston Garden from 1967-92 where CU won the 1991 crown. From 1962-66,the old BostonArena hosted the tourney in the conference’s early years with the Knights claiming the 1966 title.

1969—Fourth Quarterfinals—McHugh Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Clarkson 4-Boston College 2 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Harvard 8-Clarkson 6 Consolation: Boston University 5-Clarkson 0 1968—Third Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 7-Brown 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Boston College 6-Clarkson 5 ot Consolation: Clarkson 4-Boston University 1 1967— Quarterfinals—McHugh Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Boston College 9-Clarkson 2 1966—CHAMPIONS Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 5-Colgate 2 Championship Tournament—Boston Arena, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 2-Brown 1 Championship: Clarkson 6-Cornell 2 1965—Fourth Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-Northeastern 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Arena, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Boston College 3-Clarkson 2 Consolation: Boston University 4-Clarkson 0 1964—Fourth Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-Harvard 4 Championship Tournament—Boston Arena, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Providence 6-Clarkson 2 Consolation: Rensselaer 7-Clarkson 2 1963—Third Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 3-Brown 1 Championship Tournament—Boston Arena, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Harvard 6-Clarkson 4 Consolation: Clarkson 7-St. Lawrence 5 1962—Second Quarterfinals—Clarkson Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 6-Providence 3 Championship Tournament—Boston Arena, Boston, Mass. Semifinals: Clarkson 4-Colby 1 Championship: St. Lawrence 5-Clarkson 2

CLARKSON'S ALL-TIME ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP ALL-TR. SELECTIONS 1962 Forward Defense Defense 1963 Defense Forward Defense 1964 Forward 1965 Goal Defense 1966 Goal Forward Forward Defense 1968 Forward Defense 1969 Forward 1970 Goal Defense Defense Forward 1971 Goal Defense Forward Forward 1988 Goal Foward 1990 Defense 1991 Goal Defense Forward Forward

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Hal Pettersen Pat Brophy - 2nd Team Jack Graves - 2nd Team

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Pat Brophy Corby Adams Cal Wagner - 2nd Team

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Corby Adams - 2nd Team

Terry Yurkiewicz - Gary Patterson - 2nd Team - MOP - Terry Yurkiewicz Harry Dunn Tom Hurley - Gary Patterson - 2nd Team Fred Silver - Andy Hamilton - 2nd Team -

Tom Deacon - 2nd Team

MOP - Bruce Bullock Steve Warr -Wayne LaChance - 2nd Team John Halme - 2nd Team -

Bruce Bullock Steve Warr John Halme Jerry Kemp - 2nd Team

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John Fletcher Steve Williams

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Dave Tretowicz

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Chris Rogles Dave Tretowicz MOP - Hugo Belanger Scott Thomas

11992 Forward 11993 Goal Defense Forward 11994 Foward 11995 Defense Forward 11997 Forward Forward 11998 Defense Forward 11999 Defense Foward 2002 2 Defense 2004 2 Defense Forward 2007 2 Forward Forward

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Marko Tuomainen

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MOP - Chris Rogles Guy Sanderson Todd Marchant

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Craig Conroy

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Brian Mueller Chris Lipsett

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Jean-Francois Houle Todd White

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Willie Mitchell Matt Reid

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MOP - Willie Mitchell Erik Cole

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Kerry Ellis-Toddington

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Michael Grenzy Tristan Lush

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MOP - Chris D'Alvise Shawn Weller

Chris D'Alvise receives the 2007 ECACHL Tr. Tr MOP Award from league commissioner Steve Hagwell after Clarkson's 4-2 victory over Quinnipiac in the championship game. D'Alvise scored the Knights' first goal and assisted on two others in the third period to spark the Green and Gold's rally in the title contest.

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Clarkson has won 82 ECAC Hockey Tournament games and has captured five tournament titles, including the 2007 championship.

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ECAC HOCKEY TOURNAMENT HISTORY ISTORY CLARKSON vs. All Opponents, by Round OPPONENT Brown Colgate Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Princeton Quinnipiac Rensselaer St. Lawrence Union Yale #Boston College #Boston University #Colby #New Hampshire #Northeastern #Pennsylvania #Providence #Vermont TOTAL

First Round* 0-2 2-0 1-2 1-2 4-3 0-2 8-11

Quarterfinals 8-1 5-2 6-8-1 0-1 5-2-1 2-0 2-0 8-2-1 4-1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 4-2 50-20-4

Play-In% 0-1 0-1

Semifinals 1-0 1-1 1-3 1-1 4-5 2-1 1-2 0-2 1-1 1-0 0-2 13-18

Consolation 1-0 1-0-1 0-2 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-1 6-9-1

Championship 1-0 1-3 0-2 0-1 1-0 2-2 5-8

TOTAL 11-1 7-3-1 8-17-1 1-2 9-11-1 6-2 1-0 4-6 12-6-1 4-3 4-1-1 2-3 2-3 1-0 1-1 1-0 2-0 2-3 4-5 82-67-5

^Preliminary game (1990-97): In these seasons, the #10 seed played the #7 seed and the #9 seed played the #8 seed to advance into the quarterfinals. Clarkson never made an appearance in this round. *First Round games were instituted with the 2003 tournament as the playoff format changed to a 12-team tournament in which the top four teams received byes. %The Lake Placid play-in game was introduced in the 1997-98 season when the league went to a "Final Five" format. In this format, quarterfinal winners advanced to the "Final Five" and were reseeded (if necessary) according to their regular-season finish. The #5 and the #4 seeds participated in the play-in game, with the winner advancing to the semifinals against the top seed. This format was abandoned after the 2002 Championship. #Indicates teams no longer affiliated with ECAC Hockey.

CLARKSON History by Seed Year

Result

Record

No.1 Seed (11 yrs): 24-12-1, 3 titles 1962 L-Championship 2-1 1966 CHAMPIONS 3-0 1977 L-Consolation 1-2 1981 T-Consolation 1-1-1 1982 L-Consolation 1-2 1991 CHAMPIONS 4-0 1995 W-Consolation 3-1 1997 L-Championship 3-1 1999 CHAMPIONS 4-0 2001 L-Quarterfinals 1-2 2008 L-Quarterfinals 1-2 No.2 Seed (9 yrs): 22-10, 1 title 1963 W-Consolation 2-1 1968 W-Consolation 2-1 1970 L-Championship 2-1

1 1971 11994 11996 11998 22002 22007

L-Championship W-Consolation L-Consolation L-Championship L-Consolation CHAMPIONS

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

N No.3 Seed (5 yrs): 7-6-1, 1 title 11965 L-Consolation 1-2 11978 L-Quarterfinal 0-1 11985 L-Consolation 1-2-1 11992 L-Semifinals 1-1 1 1993 CHAMPIONS 4-0 N Seed (4 yrs): 3-5-1 No.4 1 1964 L-Consolation 1 1976 L-Quarterfinal 1 1989 L-Quarterfinal 1 1990 L-Semifinal

1-2 0-1 0-1-1 2-1

No.5 Seed (7 yrs): 9-9-2 N 11979 L-Quarterfinal 11980 L-Consolation 11983 L-Quarterfinal 11984 W-Consolation 11986 L-Championship 11987 L-Quarterfinal 22000 L-Play-In game

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

N No.6 Seed (4 yrs): 4-6 11967 L-Quarterfinal 1 1969 L-Consolation 1 1972 L-Quarterfinal 1 1988 L-Championship

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

N Seed (5 yrs): 8-9 No.7 1 1973 W-Consolation 2 2003 L-First Round

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L-Championship L-First Round L-First Round

5-2 0-2 1-2

N No.8 Seed (2 yrs): 2-3 11975 L-Quarterfinal 22006 L-Quarterfinal

0-1 2-2

N No.9 Seed (2 yrs): 2-5 22005 L-First Round 22009 L-First Round

2-3 0-2

N No.12 Seed (1 yr): 1-2 22010 L-First Round

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Willie Mitchell was named the MVP of the 1999 ECAC Tr. after scoring four points (2-2) on the weekend, including the dramatic game-winner against Princeton with less than three seconds remaining in the semifinal round.

ECAC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS YEAR 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

CHAMPION St. Lawrence Harvard Providence Boston College CLARKSON Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell Harvard Boston Univ. Cornell Boston Univ. Boston Univ. Boston Univ. Boston Univ. Boston College New Hampshire Cornell Providence Northeastern Harvard Rensselaer Rensselaer Cornell Harvard St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Colgate CLARKSON St. Lawrence CLARKSON Harvard Rensselaer Cornell Cornell Princeton CLARKSON St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Harvard Cornell Harvard Cornell Harvard CLARKSON Princeton Yale Cornell Yale Union

COACH George Menard Ralph Weiland Tom Eccleston Jr. John Kelley Len Ceglarski Ned Harkness Ned Harkness Ned Harkness Ned Harkness Ralph Weiland Jack Kelley Dick Bertrand Jack Parker Jack Parker Jack Parker Jack Parker Len Ceglarski Charlie Holt Dick Bertrand Lou Lamoriello Fern Flaman Bill Cleary Mike Addesa Mike Addesa Lou Reycroft Bill Cleary Joe Marsh Joe Marsh Terry Slater Mark Morris Joe Marsh Mark Morris Ronn Tomassoni Dan Fridgen Mike Schafer Mike Schafer Don Cahoon Mark Morris Joe Marsh Joe Marsh Mark Mazzoleni Mike Schafer Mark Mazzoleni Mike Schafer Ted Donato George Roll Guy Gadowsky Keith Allain Mike Schafer Keith Allain Rick Bennett

RUNNER-UP CLARKSON Boston College St. Lawrence Brown Cornell Boston Univ. Boston College Harvard CLARKSON CLARKSON Cornell Boston College Harvard Harvard Brown New Hampshire Providence Dartmouth Dartmouth Cornell Harvard Providence Boston Univ. Harvard CLARKSON St. Lawrence CLARKSON Vermont Rensselaer St. Lawrence Cornell Brown Rensselaer Princeton Harvard CLARKSON CLARKSON St. Lawrence Rensselaer Cornell Cornell Harvard CLARKSON Harvard Cornell Quinnipiac Harvard Cornell Union Cornell Harvard

SCORE 5-2 4-3 (ot) 3-1 6-2 6-2 4-3 6-3 4-2 3-2 7-4 4-1 3-2 4-2 7-3 9-2 8-6 4-2 3-2 5-1 8-4 5-2 4-1 5-2 3-1 3-2 (ot) 6-3 3-0 4-1 5-4 5-4 4-2 3-1 3-0 5-1 2-1 2-1 5-4 (2ot) 3-2 2-0 3-1 4-3 (2ot) 3-2 (ot) 4-2 3-1 6-2 4-2 4-1 5-0 3-0 6-0 3-1

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MVP - (TEAM) Arlie Parker-St. Lawrence Gene Kinasewich-Harvard Bob Perani-St. Lawrence Pat Murphy-Boston College Terry Yurkiewicz-Clarkson Doug Ferguson-Cornell Ken Dryden-Cornell Ken Dryden-Cornell Bruce Bullock-Clarkson Dave Hynes-Harvard John Danby-Boston Univ. Terry Yurkiewicz '66 backboned Carlo Ugolini-Cornell CCT to the 1966 tournament title. Ed Walsh-Boston Univ. Rick Meagher-Boston Univ. Terry Meagher-Boston Univ. Rick Meagher-Boston Univ. Joe Mullen-Boston College Greg Moffett-U.New Hampshire Darren Eliot-Cornell Kurt Kleinendorst-Providence Mark Davidner-Northeastern Hugo Belanger ’93 accepts the 1991 Mitch Olson-Harvard ECAC Tournament MVP Award Adam Oates-Rensselaer from former ECAC Commissioner Robert “Scotty” Whitelaw. During a Daren Puppa-Rensselaer record-setting sophomore campaign, Doug Dadswell-Cornell Belanger scored three goals, including Lane MacDonald-Harvard the game-winner, and one assist in Pete Lappin-St. Lawrence Clarkson’s 5-4 ECAC Tr. ChampionDoug Murray-St. Lawrence ship game victory over St. Lawrence at the Boston Garden. Craig Woodcroft-Colgate Hugo Belanger-Clarkson Dan Laperriere-St. Lawrence Chris Rogles-Clarkson Sean McCann-Harvard Mike Tamburro-Rensselaer Jason Elliott-Cornell Jason Elliott-Cornell Jeff Halpern-Princeton Willie Mitchell-Clarkson DerekGustafson-St. Lawrence Jeremy Symington-St. Lawrence Former ECAC Commissioner Clayton Tyler Kolarik-Harvard Chapman presents Chris Rogles '93 Dave LeNeveu-Cornell with the 1993 ECAC Tournament Brendan Bernakevitch-Harvard MVP Award. Rogles posted 24 saves in the 3-1 title game victory over Charlie Cook-Cornell Brown at the Olympic Arena. John Daigneau-Harvard Chris D'Alvise-Clarkson at Boston Arena (1962-66) Zane Kalemba-Princeton at Boston Garden (1967-92) at the Olympic Center Sean Backman-Yale in Lake Placid, NY (1993-2002) Ben Scrivens-Cornell at Times Union Ctr., Albany, NY (2003-10) at Boardwalk Arena, Atlantic City, NJ (2011-) Ryan Rondeau-Yale Jeremy Welsh-Union 2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKEY

Bruce Bullock '71 makes a save against Cornell in the 1970 NCAA Championship game in Lake Placid. Despite the Golden Knights' 6-4 title game loss to the Big Red, Bullock was named All-Tournament goaltender.

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CLARKSON and THE NCAA TOURNAMENT Championship Game: 0-3 Consolation Game: 3-0 Semifinals: 3-4 Quarterfinals: 2-6 First Round: 5-11-1 Overall NCAA Playoff Record: 13-24-1 (20 years - .355 win pct.) 2008 East Regional—Times Union Center, Albany, N.Y.. First Round: Clarkson 2-St. Cloud State 1 Quarterfinals: Michigan 2-Clarkson 0 2007 East Regional—Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, N.Y.. First Round: UMass 1-Clarkson 0 ot 1999 East Regional—The Centrum, Worcester, Mass. Quarterfinals: Maine 7-Clarkson 2 1998 East Regional—Pepsi Arena, Albany, N.Y. First Round: Colorado Col. 3-Clarkson 1 1997 East Regional—The Centrum, Worcester, Mass. Quarterfinals: Colorado Col. 5-Clarkson 4 1996 East Regional—Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, N.Y. First Round: Clarkson 6-W. Michigan 1 Quarterfinals: Boston Univ. 3-Clarkson 2 1995 East Regional—The Centrum, Worcester, Mass. First Round: Lake Superior 5-Clarkson 4

1993 East Regional—The Centrum, Worcester, Mass. First Round: Minnesota 2-Clarkson 1 1992 West Regional—Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich. First Round: North. Michigan 8-Clarkson 4 1991—Tied for Third First Round—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Clarkson 8-Wisconsin 3 Clarkson 5-Wisconsin 4 Quarterfinals—Norris Center, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Clarkson 7-Lake Superior State 3 Lake Superior State 6-Clarkson 2 Clarkson 4-Lake Superior State 3 Semifinals—St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul, Minn. Boston University 7-Clarkson 3 1990 First Round—Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Minnesota 6-Clarkson 1 Minnesota 5-Clarkson 1 1984 First Round—Duluth Convention Center, Duluth, Minn. Minnesota-Duluth 6-Clarkson 2 Clarkson 6-Minnesota-Duluth 3 Minnesota-Duluth 9-Clarkson 8—total goals 1982 First Round—Ralph Engelstad Arena, Grand Forks, N.D. North Dakota 5-Clarkson 1 North Dakota 2-Clarkson 1 North Dakota 7-Clarkson 2—total goals

1981 First Round—Walker Arena, Potsdam, N.Y. Wisconsin 3-Clarkson 2 Wisconsin 6-Clarkson 6 Wisconsin 9-Clarkson 8—total goals 1970—Runner-Up Championship Tournament—Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 4-Michigan Tech 3 Championship: Cornell 6-Clarkson 4 1966—Runner-Up Championship Tournament—Williams Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Semifinals: Clarkson 4-Denver 3 Championship: Michigan State 6-Clarkson 1 1963—Third Place Championship Tournament—McHugh Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Semifinals: Denver 6-Clarkson 2 Consolation: Clarkson 5-Boston College 3 1962—Runner-Up Championship Tournament—Utica Memorial Auditorium, Utica, N.Y. Semifinals: Clarkson 5-Michigan 4 Championship: Michigan Tech 7-Clarkson 1 1958—Third Place Championship Tournament—Williams Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. Semifinals: Denver 6-Clarkson 2 Consolation: Clarkson 5-Harvard 1 1957—Third Place Championship Tournament—Broadmoor Ice Palace, Colorado Springs, Co. Semifinals: Colorado College 5-Clarkson 3 Consolation: Clarkson 2-Harvard 1 (2ot)

CLARKSON'S ALL-TIME NCAA ALL-TR. TEAM SELECTIONS 1957 Goal

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Eddie Macdonald

1958 Goal - Eddie Macdonald - 2nd Team Forward - Bob Van Lammers - 2nd Team 1962 Forward Defense 1963 Forward Goal -

Hal Pettersen - 2nd Team Cal Wagner - 2nd Team

11966 Forward Tom Hurley Forward John McLennan - 2nd team Goal - Terry Yurkiewicz - 2nd Team 11970 Forward Goal -

Rick Magnusson Bruce Bullock

22008 (East Regional) Forward Defense -

1991 NCAA Tournament T t Semifi S ifinalist li t

Shea Guthrie Grant Clitsome

Corby Adams - 2nd Team Wayne Gibbons - 2nd Team

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Mike Morrison '89 scored the winning goal in college hockey's 17th longest game ever - Clarkson's 7-6 4ot victory over Colgate in the 1987 SIT Championship.

CLARKSON HOCKEY'S 1O LONGEST GAMES Game Length

Result

Date

Team - Score

Game Winning Goal

1.

113:48 - $$$

W(H)

3/3/121

2.

99:53 - ###

W(H)

3/10/01

3.

99:28 - !!!

W(N)

12/30/87

4.

90:32 -

L(A)

3/11/06

5.

88:30 -

L(A)

3/10/06

6.

87:36 -

L(H)

3/16/08

7.

80:48 -

L(N)

3/21/98

8.

78:18 -

W(A)

3/6/05

9.

76:51 -

W(N)

3/16/57

10.

75:43 -

W(A)

3/4/05

4-3 vs Rensselaer ECAC First Round - Game 2 3-2 vs Vermont ECAC Quarterfinals - Game 2 7-6 vs Colgate Syracuse Invitational - Championship 3-2 at Cornell ECAC Quaterfinals - Game 2 4-3 at Cornell ECAC Quarterfinals - Game 1 3-2 vs Colgate ECAC Quarterfinals - Game 3 5-4 vs Princeton ECAC Tr. Championship Game 4-3 at Union ECAC First Round - Game 2 2-1 vs Harvard NCAA Tournament - Consolation 1-0 at Union ECAC First Round - Game 1

Ben Sexton Cheel Arena Rob McFeeters Cheel Arena Mike Morrison Onondaga War Memorial, Syracuse, NY Matt Moulson Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY Raymond Sawada Lynah Rink, Ithaca, NY David McIntyre Cheel Arena Syl Apps Olympic Center, Lake Placid, NY Shawn Weller Achilles Center, Schenectady, NY Eddie Rowe Broadmoor Ice Palace,Colorado Spr.,CO David Cayer Achilles Center, Schenectady, NY

$$$ - 6th longest game in NCAA History, ### - 16th longest game in NCAA History, !!!!!!! -17th longest game in NCAA History

Rob McFeeters scored the winning goal in the second longest game ever played by the Golden Knights, knocking in the deciding goal against Vermont at 99:53. With just seven seconds left in the second sudden-victory overtime session, the ECAC Rookie of the Year tallied during a scramble in front to lift Clarkson to a 3-2 victory over the Catamounts in Game 2 of the 2001 ECAC Quarterfinals played at Cheel Arena on March 10.

Ben Sexton scored at the side of the net at 13:48 of the third overtime to lift Clarkson to a 4-3 victory over Rensselaer in Game 2 of the ECAC Hockey First Round series at Cheel Arena on March 3, 2012. Sexton’s goal ended the longest game in the Knights' history and sixth longest game ever in the NCAA at 113:48.

COLLEGE HOCKEY'S 5 LONGEST GAMES 1.

Game Length 150:22

Date 3/12/10

2.

141:35

3/4/06

3.

129:30

3/8/97

4.

123:53

3/26/00

5.

121:05

3/14/03

Team - Score Quinnipiac 3 - Union 2 (ECAC Quarterfinal - Game 1, Best of 3) Yale 3 - Union 2 (ECACHL First Round - Game 2, Best of 3) Colorado College 1 - Wisconsin 0 (WCHA First Round - Game 2, Best of 3) St. Lawrence 3 - Boston University 2 (NCAA East Regional - Second Round) Colgate 4 - Dartmouth 3 (ECAC Quarterfinals - Game 1, Best of 3)

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Game Winning Goal Greg Holt Messa Rink, Schenectady, New York David Meckler (shg) Messa Rink, Schenectady, New York T.J. Tanberg Cadet Ice Arena, Colorado Springs, Colorado Robin Carruthers Pepsi Arena, Albany, New York Kyle Wilson Thompson Arena, Hanover, New Hampshire 2012-13 CLARKSON HOCKEY

Final Game at Walker Arena: March 16, 1991, NCAA first round (second game); Clarkson 5 - Wisconsin 4.

Golden Knights

CLARKSON HOCKEY THROUGH THE YEARS Year 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66

GP 3 3 6 7 6 8 9 11 11 10 12 11 11 10 13 16 9 15 22 19 13 14 8 7 15 17 13 14 15 15 19 17 22 23 22 20 19 20 22 26 28 25 25 27

W L T 2 1 0 1 2 0 3 2 1 3 4 0 0 6 0 4 4 0 8 1 0 10 1 0 10 1 0 8 2 0 11 1 0 7 4 0 6 5 0 6 4 0 10 3 0 13 2 1 6 3 0 13 1 1 8 12 2 10 8 1 10 3 0 8 6 0 3 5 0 0 7 0 War—no teams 7 7 1 10 6 1 8 5 0 4 8 2 12 2 1 10 5 0 9 9 1 7 8 2 18 4 0 *23 0 0 19 3 0 17 3 0 10 8 1 7 13 0 14 8 0 22 3 1 21 5 2 17 7 1 18 7 0 24 3 0

GF 12 14 30 12 9 25 42 61 79 69 58 50 45 38 73 103 50 105 85 112 121 130 40 15

GA 14 22 17 19 46 25 11 14 21 13 18 30 34 37 49 44 26 34 86 80 45 96 66 65

Win% .667 .333 .583 .429 .000 .500 .889 .909 .909 .800 .917 .636 .545 .600 .769 .867 .667 .900 .409 .553 .769 .571 .375 .000

75 96 69 61 106 75 88 83 182 172 123 88 108 80 104 173 165 136 109 160

79 54 59 67 52 53 94 73 52 58 46 47 66 102 84 55 79 78 67 71

.500 .618 .615 .357 .833 .667 .500 .471 .818 1.000 .864 .850 .553 .350 .636 .865 .786 .700 .720 .889

Coach Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Gordon Croskery Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos Jack Roos

Captain(s) Bill Johnson Bill Johnson Bill Johnson Cyril Fenn Ev Ginn Ray Wayland Ray Wayland Ray Wayland Fred Dion

Jack Roos Jack Roos Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Bill Harrison Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski

Ross Potter Pat French

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Paul Marion Paul Marion Len Dover Moses Okliman

Ken Allan Roy Barnes Ed Fix

Ken Brown Bill Munro Bill Drummond Bob Chouinard Dutch Meitz Al Ziebarth Eddie Rowe Ed Macdonald Bob Van Lammers, Al Graham Mel Tomalty Bill Little Jack Graves Cal Wagner Roger Purdie Gary Bray Harry Dunn

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Clarkson's Class of 1991, Dave Tromley (#11), Dave Tretowicz, Mark Green, Mike Kozak and Mike Casselman pose with the 1991 ECAC Tr. Championship trophy.

Year GP W 1966-67 23 14 1967-68 24 16 1968-69 28 19 1969-70 32 24 1970-71 33 28 1971-72 30 20 1972-73 33 18 1973-74 27 12 1974-75 29 13 1975-76 31 18 1976-77 34 26 1977-78 30 19 1978-79 31 19 1979-80 34 21 1980-81 37 26 1981-82 35 26 1982-83 31 19 1983-84 34 21 1984-85 34 21 1985-86 32 18 1986-87 31 17 1987-88 35 17 1988-89 32 16 1989-90 35 21 1990-91 40 *29 1991-92 33 22 1992-93 35 20 1993-94 34 20 1994-95 37 23 1995-96 38 25 1996-97 37 27 1997-98 35 23 1998-99 37 25 1999-00 35 17 2000-01 35 21 2001-02 38 17 2002-03 35 12 2003-04 *41 18 2004-05 39 13 2005-06 38 18 2006-07 39 25 2007-08 39 22 2008-09 36 10 2009-10 37 9 2010-11 36 15 2011-12 39 16 TOTALS 2,226 1,333

L 8 7 7 8 4 10 15 14 15 12 8 11 12 12 7 8 11 11 10 11 13 15 13 11 9 10 10 9 10 10 10 9 11 15 11 15 20 18 23 17 9 13 19 24 19 17 763

T 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 4 1 1 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 2 1 5 5 4 3 0 3 1 3 3 6 3 5 3 3 5 4 7 4 2 6 130

GF GA 125 94 156 88 158 96 171 107 159 80 158 102 176 137 97 115 142 154 170 146 *223 127 174 145 184 136 205 151 202 119 185 108 155 104 156 110 143 104 143 110 117 101 133 125 135 129 156 116 213 143 165 100 157 95 147 114 195 125 152 105 154 91 128 87 131 95 111 116 123 91 109 97 96 99 121 113 92 120 121 111 136 93 108 93 88 115 92 136 98 117 105 109 10,296 7,417

Win% .630 .688 .714 .750 .864 .667 .545 .463 .466 .597 .765 .633 .613 .632 .757 .757 .629 .647 .662 .609 .565 .529 .547 .643 .750 .632 .643 .662 .676 .697 .730 .700 .729 .529 .643 .526 .386 .500 .372 .513 .705 .615 .375 .297 .444 .487 .628

Coach Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York Bill O’Flaherty Bill O’Flaherty Bill O’Flaherty Bill O’Flaherty Bill O’Flaherty Bill O’Flaherty Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Mark Morris Morris/Fred Parker George Roll George Roll George Roll George Roll George Roll George Roll George Roll George Roll Casey Jones

C Captain(s) t i () Gary Patterson Brian Dooling Wayne LaChance Wayne LaChance Fred Erickson, Keith MacLean Greg Holmes Peter Harasym, Brian Mason Mike Ornella Dave Cooper, Dan O’Driscoll Bob Shaw, Dave Taylor Bob Shaw, Dave Taylor Marty McNally, Bill Blackwood Kevin Owen, Sid Tanchak, Jay Wescott Craig Laughlin, Dan Makuch, Bryan Cleaver Bryan Cleaver, Ed Small Bill Audycki, Gary Larsen Colin Patterson Bob Armstrong, Pat Haramis Gord Sharpe Andy Otto Jeff Korchinski, Al Hill Chris Mills Mike Morrison Mark Tretowicz, Dave Trombley Dave Tretowicz Scott Thomas Martin d’Orsonnens, Steve Dubinsky Craig Conroy, Ed Henrich Patrice Robitaille, Brian Mueller Kevin Murphy Jean-Francois Houle, Todd White Chris Clark Ben Maidment Yan Turgeon Kent Huskins, Don Smith Kerry Ellis-Toddington, Matt Poapst Kevin O'Flaherty, Dave Reid Tristan Lush, Rob McFeeters Mac Faulkner Chris Brekelmans Nick Dodge Nick Dodge Tyrell Mason, Phil Paquet Scott Freeman Mark Borowiecki Jake Morley

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Jack Roos (left) and Bill Harrison established Clarkson Hockey as a national powerhouse, combining to guide the Golden Knights to 261 victories through 27 seasons from 1929-1958.

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COACHING RECORDS Pct GP W L T Gordon Croskery - 1920-1929 (9 seasons) .648 64 41 22 1 Jack Roos - 1929-1948 (17 seasons) .625 220 134 79 7 Bill Harrison - 1948-1958 (10 seasons) .722 180 127 47 6 Len Ceglarski - 1958-1972 (14 seasons) .717 362 254 97 11 Jerry York - 1972-1979 (7 seasons) .588 215 125 87 3 Bill O’Flaherty - 1979-1985 (6 seasons) .683 205 134 59 12

GF

GA

284

189

1247

854

1047

601

1953

1163

1166

978

1046

696

GORDON CROSKERY (1920-1929 - 9 Seasons) 41-22-1 .648 win%

J JACK ROOS ((1929-1948 - 17 Seasons) 1134-79-7 .625 win%

All-Americans: 2

U United States Champions: 2 ((1935, 1938) All-Americans: 1 A ((one two-time recipient)

Pct GP W L Cap Raeder - 1985-1988 (3 seasons) .566 98 52 39 Mark Morris - 1988-2002 (15 seasons) .649 504 306 156 Fred Parker - 2002-2003 (1 season) .422 32 12 17 George Roll - 2003-2011 (8 seasons) .480 305 130 142 Casey Jones - 2011-present (1 season) .487 39 16 17

T

GF

GA

7

393

336

42

2082

1514

3

90

89

33

856

898

6

105

109

B BILL HARRISON ((1948-1958 - 10 Seasons) 1127-47-67 .722 win% SSpencer Penrose Award Coach of the Year - 1956 C

L LEN CEGLARSKI ((1958-1972 - 14 Seasons) 2254-97-11 .717 win% SSpencer Penrose Award Coach of the Year - 1966 C

U Undefeated Season: 1 ((1955-56 - 23-0) NCAA Appearnaces: 2 N ((1957, 1958)

N NCAA Appearnaces: 4 ((1962, 1963, 1966, 1970) NCAA Championship N Runner-Up: 3 R ((1962, 1966, 1970) ECAC Tr. Championships: 1 E ((1966) ECAC RS Titles: 1(1966) E All-Americans: 6 A (three two-time recipient) (t

All-Americans: 3 A ((three two-time recipient)

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Clarkson has the distinction of having the most different winners (4) of the Spencer Penrose Award as University Division Coach of the Year. For the Knights: Bill Harrison in 1956, Len Ceglarski in 1966, Jerry York in 1977, and Bill O'Flaherty in 1981 have earned the prestigious honor.

JERRY YORK (1972-1979- 7 Seasons) 125-87-3 .588 win% Spencer Penrose Award Coach of the Year - 1977

B BILL O'FLAHERTY ((1979-1985 - 6 Seasons) 1134-59-12 .683 win% SSpencer Penrose Award C Coach of the Year - 1981

ECAC RS Titles: 1 (1977) All-Americans: 3 (one two-time recipient) ECAC All-Stars: 8

N NCAA Appearnaces: 3 ((1981, 1982, 1984) ECAC RS Titles: 2 E ((1981, 1982) All-Americans: 7 A ((one two-time recipient) ECAC All-Stars: 12 E

C CAP RAEDER ((1985-1988 - 3 Seasons) 552-39-7 .566 win% E ECAC Championship Game Appearances: 2 G ((1986, 1988) All-Americans: 3 A ECAC All-Stars: 8 E

M MARK MORRIS ((1988-2002 - 15 Seasons) 3306-156-42 .649 win% ECAC Coach of the Year: 2 E 11991, 2001 N NCAA Appearnaces: 9 ((1990-93; 95-99) NCAA Frozen Four: 1991 N ECAC Tr. Championships: 3 E ((1991, 1993, 1999) ECAC RS Titles: 5 E ((1991, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001) All-Americans: 9 A ((three two-time recipients) ECAC All-Stars: 62 E

NCAA Appearnaces: 2 (2007, 2008) ECAC Tr. Championships: 1 (2007) ECAC RS Titles: 1 (2008) All-Americans: 2 ECAC All-Stars: 9

FRED PARKER (2002-2003 - (interim) 12-17-3 .422 win%

G GEORGE ROLL ((2003-2011 - 8 Seasons) 1130-142-33 .480 win%

CASEY JONES (2011 - present 1 Season) 16-17-6 .487 win% ECAC All-Stars: 1

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1934 Clarkson Hockey.

Golden Knights

CLARKSON HOCKEY SCORES—All-time Home games in CAPS * ECAC Playoffs # NCAA Playoffs ! ECAC Holiday Tournament at Madison Square Garden ? North Country Invitational $ Syracuse Invitational ^ Played at Syracuse & Played at the Corel Centre, Ottawa + Exhibition

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Opponent

CU Opp

1920-21 (2-1) Coach: Gordon Croskery Alexandria Bay Hamilton ALEXANDRIA BAY

Played at Lake Placid Played at Watertown Played at Buffalo Played at Cornwall Played at Troy Played at St. Lawrence Played at Rochester Boston Arena Christmas Tournament ECAC Holiday Tournament at Boston Garden RPI Invitational 1925-26 (4-4) Coach: Gordon Croskery

W 6-4 L 1-6 W 5-4

Cornell SYRACUSE CORNWALL OGDENSBURG ST. LAWRENCE Hamilton ST. LAWRENCE WATERTOWN

1921-22 (1-2) Coach: Gordon Croskery Alexandria Bay Hamilton MASSENA A.C.

L 7-8 L 2-12 W 5-2

W L T L W W

Hamilton OGDENSBURG SYRACUSE Massena A.C. Middlebury Vermont ST. MICHAEL'S

Cornell Hamilton ST. LAWRENCE N.Y.U. Army SYRACUSE VERMONT Syracuse St. Lawrence

7-2 3-6 0-0 ot 5-6 12-1 3-2

1923-24 (3-4) Coach: Gordon Croskery

13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Concordia Tournament Dartmouth Tournament Yale Mack Bulldog Tournament Hartford Tournament International Cup (ex.) at Montreal Empire Cup Tr. at Glens Falls Lake Placid Tournament Dexter Classic at Orono, Maine Great Western Freeze-Out at L.A. Played at Portland, ME Mariucci Classic at Minneapolis 1929-30 (8-2) Coach: Jack Roos

L L L W W L W W

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

W L W W W W W W W

2-1 2-3 ot 10-1 3-0 5-4 ot 8-0 5-1 4-1 3-0

W W W W W W W W L W W

2-1 1-0 8-5 6-0 7-0 4-1 4-0 14-1 2-3 9-1 4-2

W W W W L W W W W W W W

7-2 9-0 3-2 13-0 3-5 1-0 4-1 13-1 6-1 5-2 9-6 13-3

Ashbury LOYOLA ASHBURY Penn Princeton Cornell McGILL MIT Yale ST. LAWRENCE

VICTORIA Princeton Williams ASHBURY Yale CHESTERVILL Dartmouth ST. PATRICK'S Prescott OTTAWA U. Cornell Syracuse A.S.

L W L L W W L

0-5 1-0 ot 2-4 1-7 4-0 2-0 2-3 ot

VICTORIA Army Princeton ST. LAWRENCE Syracuse Cornell COLGATE SYRACUSE MIDDLEBURY Colgate Hamilton

L L L L L L

0-3 5-10 2-5 1-5 1-14 0-9

1928-29 (11-1) Coach: Gordon Croskery

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VICTORIA VERMONT ST. LAWRENCE Syracuse Princeton QUEENS Dartmouth MIDDLEBURY St. Lawrence Cornell Nichols Club N.N.Y.

W W W W L W W W L W

Icebreaker Inv. at Madison, WI Everblades College Classic at Estero, FL Icebreaker Invitational at Orono, ME Denver Cup, at Denver, CO Dunkin' Donuts Coffee Pot, Prov., RI Badger Showdown, Madison, WI Catamount Cup, Burlington, VT Ohio Hockey Classic, Columbus, OH Maverick Stampede, Omaha, NE Kendall Hockey Classic, Anchorage, AK Played at Winnipeg, MAN

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

8-1 2-0 3-1 13-0 2-4 8-0 6-2 9-0 1-5 17-0

LOYOLA Princeton Sea Gulls Sea Gulls OTTAWA U. LAKE PLACID Yale ST. PATRICK'S Lake Placid Lake Placid

W W W W L W W W W W W W

3-0 1-0 3-0 6-1 0-4 8-2 6-3 4-2 8-5 6-1 5-2 13-0

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5-2 5-3 ot 2-7 1-3 8-4 6-1 5-4 3-2 1-2 2-9

Ottawa DARTMOUTH Princeton Sea Gulls Sea Gulls OTTAWA U. Dartmouth Yale Pittsburgh A.C. Pittsburgh A.C. Colgate COLGATE ST. PATRICK'S

L W W L L W W W W W W W W

2-6 5-2 4-2 9-10 1-9 8-5 1-0 4-3 5-3 3-2 9-2 16-2 7-3

W L T W W W L W W W W W W W W W

2-1 1-5 4-4 ot 6-3 18-2ot 5-3 4-6 6-4 4-2 5-1 13-3 9-2 9-4 7-1 6-2 4-1

1935-36 (13-2-1) Coach: Jack Roos W L L W L L W W W W W

5-2 1-4 0-1 6-0 1-3 1-3 4-3 9-2 8-3 6-5 9-4

L L L W W W W L W W L

2-3 4-7 0-1 2-1 8-3 6-1 7-2 2-4 8-3 5-4 1-5

1 1 1

1932-33 (6-5) Coach: Jack Roos Princeton Hershey A.C. Sea Gulls Yale ST. PATRICK'S L. PLACID OLYM. LaSALLE CLUB L. Placid Olym. OTTAWA U. L. Placid Olym. OTTAWA A.C.

W W L L W W W W L L

1934-35 (10-3) Coach: Jack Roos

1931-32 (7-4) Coach: Jack Roos Perth Crescent Brockville QUEENS Victoria Princeton Sea Gulls Yale LOYOLA Montegnards Syracuse A.C. Army

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1933-34 (6-4) Coach: Jack Roos

1930-31 (11-1) Coach: Jack Roos

1927-28 (10-1) Coach: Gordon Croskery

1924-25 (0-6) Coach: Gordon Croskery Syracuse MASSENA H.C. OGDENSBURG Union Rensselaer Poly Hamilton

12

1926-27 (8-1) Coach: Gordon Croskery

1922-23 (3-2-1) Coach: Gordon Croskery Ogdensburg Alexandria Bay Cornell ALEXANDRIA BAY Hamilton ST. MICHAELS

11

2

Harvard Harvard Harvard OTTAWA U. SYRACUSE Princeton St. Nicholas LAKE PLACID Yale Boston College Syracuse Lake Placid ST. PATRICK'S Lake Placid CORNWALL St. Patrick's

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1 1 1

Ottawa CORNWALL CAN. Carleton Harvard Harvard Harvard Princeton ST. PATRICK'S Syracuse A.C.

1943-44 (0-7) Coach: Jack Roos

1939-40 (10-8-1) Coach: Jack Roos

1936-37 (6-3) Coach: Jack Roos W W W L L L W W W

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

MASSENA CARDINAL NORWICH DUQUESNE COLGATE Yale St. Nicholas QUEENS Princeton TORONTO U. Clinton H.C. Colgate McGILL MASSENA H.C. CARDINAL MASSENA H.C. CLINTON H.C. Cornwall ST. LAWRENCE

W L W W W L T W L L W W L L L W W L W

4-2 3-10 15-0 10-0 5-3 1-4 6-6 6-1 2-6 1-8 7-4 5-4 4-7 3-4 3-7 6-4 7-2 5-6 19-2

W L L W W W W W W W W L W

10-3 3-5 2-3 17-2 5-4 6-5 9-7 12-1 7-2 19-2 11-2 5-6 15-3

W L L W W W L L W W L W W L

9-6 5-13 3-5 18-2 4-2 14-8 3-7 6-10 29-3 12-5 5-14 12-6 8-5 2-10

W L L L W L W L

4-3 8-10 0-14 9-12 4-3 4-10 5-2 6-12

1 1 1

1937-38 (13-1-1) Coach: Jack Roos

1 1 1

Carleton Queens Queens Queens MORRISBURG Morrisburg Mille Roche MILLE ROCHE CORNELL Iroquois IROQUOIS St. Nicholas Dartmouth Yale Princeton

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9-4 2-0 0-5 2-2 7-1 5-4 14-1 9-7 10-0 6-3 18-0 5-2 7-0 3-2 8-3

Princeton Princeton Princeton ST. LAWRENCE McGILL Yale Dartmouth ST. PATRICK'S Clinton H.C. Colgate ST. LAWRENCE QUEENS Army ST. MICHAEL'S COLGATE

1938-39 (8-12-2) Coach: Jack Roos QUEENS QUEENS Prescott Cardinal CORNELL Prescott Cardinal Prescott Cardinal Toronto Yale St. Nicholas Cardinal Prescott Cardinal Cardinal Prescott COLGATE Princeton PRESCOTT Prescott CLINTON H.C.

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0-3 1-2 2-7 4-9 9-1 4-6 3-4 8-3 6-3 2-2 4-3 3-2 4-6 2-6 6-7 5-3 7-2 3-4 1-3 2-2 3-6 6-2

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2-4 4-4 ot 3-1 14-5 3-2 2-7 3-14 4-3 6-10 6-7 2-3 7-5 4-3 16-5 2-5

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5-2 7-4 1-2 21-1 3-4 ot 6-6 ot 2-6 5-4 10-0 7-0 1-2 5-3 5-7 6-3 5-4 7-3 1-3

CARLETON ST. PATRICK'S ST. LAWRENCE Dartmouth Army Clinton H.C. Hamilton McGILL Colgate CLINTON H.C. ST. LAWRENCE LOYOLA QUEENS COLGATE

CARLETON CARLETON Dartmouth Champlain Princeton Yale COLGATE ST. LAWRENCE CORNELL Champlain Dartmouth McGILL ST. LAWRENCE QUEENS Colgate ST. PATRICK'S Army

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4-4 4-7 6-12 7-6 5-0 2-4 3-4 3-3 6-0 2-4 3-5 4-5 ot 5-9 7-4

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8-2 10-2 1-5 6-2 7-4 3-6 6-3 7-2 9-2 6-2 7-2 4-4 8-4 7-3 16-3

1950-51 (12-2-1) Coach: Bill Harrison

1948-49 (8-5) Coach: Bill Harrison

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1942-43 (3-5) Coach: Jack Roos MASSENA STARS MASSENA STARS Yale ST. LAWRENCE Hamilton Colgate ST. LAWRENCE COLGATE

2-4 2-10 0-8 2-7 4-19 1-12 4-5

1947-48 (10-6-1) Coach: Jack Roos

1941-42 (8-6) Coach: Jack Roos MASSENA H.C. CORNWALL YALE ST. MICHAEL'S CORNWALL MASSENA H.C. Colgate Clinton H.C. NORWICH CLINTON H.C. Dartmouth CORNWALL COLGATE McGill

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1946-47 (7-7-1) Coach: Jack Roos

1940-41 (10-3) Coach: Jack Roos MASSENA STARS Princeton Yale ST. MICHAEL'S CORNWALL CAN. CORNWALL CAN. MASSENA STARS NORWICH COLGATE ST. LAWRENCE CLINTON H.C. MASSENA STARS Cornwall Can.

Loyola Loyola Loyola MASSENA H.C. Colgate MASSENA H.C. Army

1949-50 (4-8-2) Coach: Bill Harrison

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Clarkson Hockey, 1951-52.

Golden Knights 1954-55 (18-4) Coach: Bill Harrison

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Northeastern ROYAL MIL. ACAD. Middlebury Dartmouth CARLETON ST. LAWRENCE LOYOLA Boston College Middlebury TORONTO Williams Hamilton ARMY RENSSELAER St. Lawrence

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Brown McGill Carleton ST. PATRICK'S ST. LAWRENCE LOYOLA DARTMOUTH Army Boston Univ. QUEENS Middlebury Yale HAMILTON TORONTO Rensselaer Poly PROVIDENCE RENSSELAER Hamilton St. Lawrence

1953-54 (7-8-2) Coach: Bill Harrison MICHIGAN STATE QUEENS Army LOYOLA YALE HAMILTON ST. PATRICK'S CARLETON BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON UNIV. MIDDLEBURY Rensselaer ST. LAWRENCE RENSSELAER AMER. INT. COL. Dartmouth St. Lawrence

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1-9 4-4 11-0 6-6 1-6 9-1 6-7 11-7 3-2 4-2 4-1 0-8 2-6 3-4 10-0 6-7 ot 2-8

MICHIGAN STATE CARLETON Rensselaer Hamilton DARTMOUTH Boston College Boston University LOYOLA Middlebury QUEENS ST. LAWRENCE BOSTON UNIV. Boston University SPRINGFIELD MIDDLEBURY BOSTON COLLEGE HAMILTON Yale RENSSELAER ARMY PROVIDENCE St. Lawrence

1956-57 (19-3) Coach: Bill Harrison W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W L W W W W L L

10-5 15-0 3-2 5-2 6-3 5-1 7-2 10-4 8-1 3-2 5-6 14-2 15-1 16-1 4-2 2-3 18-2 3-2 6-2 17-0 3-4 1-2 ot

1955-56 (23-0) Coach: Bill Harrison

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SHAMROCKS MICHIGAN STATE MONTREAL LOYOLA Hamilton MONTEGARDS Harvard Boston College Boston University LAVAL St. Lawrence YALE Queens (Forfeit 1-0) MIDDLEBURY BOSTON UNIV. Dartmouth Middlebury RENSSELAER BOSTON COLLEGE QUEENS PROVIDENCE Rensselaer ST. LAWRENCE

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OTTAWA SHAMROCKS Laval Rensselaer DARTMOUTH Loyola Boston College Boston Univ. PROVIDENCE OTTAWA UNIV. Yale ST. LAWRENCE MIDDLEBURY HAMILTON Middlebury RENSSELAER BOSTON COLLEGE QUEENS BOSTON UNIV. MONTREAL St. Lawrence Colorado College Harvard

1959-60 (7-13) Coach: Len Ceglarski W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W

7-2 4-3 5-6 ot 8-1 6-0 3-2 ot 9-4 7-2 8-2 6-1 5-4 11-1 11-2 4-1 4-3 ot 5-0 8-2 4-1 2-0 1-3 3-5 2-12ot

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3-1 4-3 8-5 7-1 1-2 4-5 ot 6-0 5-3 4-1 5-1 9-1 4-3 ot 3-1 5-4 1-0 3-1 3-2 4-3 2-6 5-1

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2-4 3-6 10-2 5-2 4-4 ot 6-1 6-2 6-7 ot 5-6 ot 6-1 17-0 2-4 7-2 9-4 3-4 4-1 2-5 4-5 6-3

MONTREAL TORONTO MICHIGAN Middlebury Rensselaer LAVAL YALE MONTREAL PRINCETON Boston Univ. Harvard Boston College ST. LAWRENCE PROVIDENCE RENSSELAER BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON UNIV. QUEENS LOYOLA St. Lawrence

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6-3 4-5 0-8 9-6 3-4 5-6 11-4 4-3 3-1 2-4 2-5 3-6 4-7 5-3 5-7 2-7 3-5 4-13 3-2 2-3

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9-3 3-4 4-3 4-8 4-3 6-5 4-2 2-5 7-2 3-5 8-4 5-4 6-11 2-3 6-3 6-0 4-0 2-3 7-4 3-2 6-2 3-8

1957-58 (17-3) Coach: Bill Harrison W W W W W W W W W W W W W

4-1 6-1 9-2 8-5 12-3 11-1 11-5 7-6 ot 10-5 3-2 8-3 10-4 4-4

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6-2 9-0 8-0 10-1 7-1 5-2 4-2 8-3 6-1 7-4

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LAVAL LOYOLA YALE Boston College Harvard Boston Univ. AMER. INT. COL. TORONTO ST. LAWRENCE Rensselaer PROVIDENCE RENSSELAER BOSTON COLLEGE QUEENS BOSTON UNIV. Middlebury MONTREAL ST. LAWRENCE Denver Harvard

1958-59 (10-8-1) Coach: Len Ceglarski LAVAL MICHIGAN Providence Yale HARVARD Boston Univ. Boston College MONTREAL St. Lawrence MIDDLEBURY Amer. Int. Coll. Toronto BOSTON COLLEGE Queens BOSTON UNIV. LOYOLA RENSSELAER ST. LAWRENCE Rensselaer

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The Knights take to the skies in the late 1950s.

1961-62 (22-3-1, 12-1-1 - T2nd ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

1963-64 (17-7-1, 10-5-1 - 8th ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

OTTAWA GLEBES LAVAL MICHIGAN STATE YALE LOYOLA Harvard Rensselaer MONTREAL ! Boston Univ. ! St. Lawrence PRINCETON BOSTON COLLEGE ST. LAWRENCE PROVIDENCE SIR GEO. WILLIAMS Boston Univ. Boston College RENSSELAER QUEENS BOSTON UNIV. St. Lawrence * PROVIDENCE * Colby * St. Lawrence # Michigan # Michigan Tech

LAVAL OTTAWA MICHIGAN STATE QUEENS Cornell LOYOLA ! Brown ! Boston College PRINCETON BOSTON COLLEGE ST. LAWRENCE NEW HAMPSHIRE Boston College Boston Univ. MONTEGNARDS Colgate RENSSELAER Harvard BOSTON UNIV. PROVIDENCE St. Lawrence Rensselaer * HARVARD * Providence * Rensselaer

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13-0 11-2 3-0 8-0 17-1 5-3 5-3 4-3 7-0 6-5 ot 8-0 1-2 4-4 ot 9-1 10-0 7-3 3-2 ot 8-0 10-1 10-1 6-4 6-3 4-1 2-5 5-4 1-7

1962-63 (21-5-2, 10-1-2 - 2nd ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski MONTAGNARDS LAVAL MICHIGAN STATE MONTREAL OTTAWA Rensselaer Yale Boston Univ. Boston College ! Cornell ! Boston College Boston Univ. St. Lawrence HARVARD SIR GEO. WILLIAMS Princeton Providence QUEENS COLGATE RENSSELAER QUEENS BOSTON COLLEGE ST. LAWRENCE * BROWN * Harvard * St. Lawrence # Denver # Boston College

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7-1 7-1 1-2 10-5 7-4 7-4 7-2 3-1 3-0 8-3 1-3 7-2 2-3 ot 4-3 12-3 10-0 1-1 ot 9-2 5-3 7-3 9-1 4-2 3-3 ot 3-1 4-6 7-5 2-6 5-3

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6-3 7-3 7-1 3-2 7-0 13-2 5-1 9-3 13-3 4-3 2-2 ot 14-2 1-5 1-4 4-2 1-4 13-4 4-3 ot 3-1 4-6 2-5 3-2 6-4 2-6 2-7

1965-66 (24-3, 11-1 - 1st ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

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LOYOLA LAVAL MICHIGAN STATE QUEENS OTTAWA Cornell CARLETON Harvard Yale BOSTON COLLEGE ST. LAWRENCE OTTAWA Denver Denver McMASTER

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8-2 7-5 6-3 9-3 8-1 2-1 11-2 4-2 6-3 5-0 6-4 14-3 5-4 ot 3-8 4-1

1967-68 (16-7-1, 11-5 - 2nd ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

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LAVAL MICHIGAN STATE DARTMOUTH MERRIMACK NEW HAMPSHIRE Yale Cornell St. Lawrence PRINCETON Colgate ST. LAWRENCE Harvard BOSTON COLLEGE QUEENS SIR GEO. WILLIAMS

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11-2 3-3 ot 5-1 11-1 9-4 7-1 2-5 4-8 5-1 9-5 8-4 3-8 2-5 14-4 10-0

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6-1 9-5 2-6 11-3 5-8 4-3 7-3 5-6 2ot 4-1

1964-65 (18-7, 11-4 - 3rd ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

Brian Dooling '68, Bob Empie '68 and Luc St. Jean '70. MONTEGNARDS LAVAL MICHIGAN STATE QUEENS Rensselaer CORNELL COLGATE Yale ! Brown ! Providence HARVARD St. Lawrence OTTAWA l Colgate WATERLOO Princeton Providence RENSSELAER CARLETON Boston Univ. Boston College ST. LAWRENCE * NORTHEASTERN * Boston College * Boston Univ.

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5-3 7-1 3-2 ot 5-4 5-3 4-3 4-5 3-2 2-3 ot 9-3 5-1 4-2 4-6 3-2 ot 5-1 9-1 1-6 7-2 7-2 0-2 5-3 4-0 6-3 2-3 ot 0-4

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5-4 ot 7-3 3-5 6-3 4-1 3-1 16-1 5-2 2-1 6-2 4-3 1-6

1966-67 (14-8-1, 8-6-1 - 6th ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski LAVAL MICHIGAN TECH CORNELL QUEENS Rensselaer HARVARD ! St. Lawrence ! BOSTON UNIV. MERRIMACK ST. LAWRENCE YALE Boston College Boston Univ. St. Lawrence OSWEGO ^ Colgate SIR GEO. WILLIAMS LOYOLA Providence Princeton RENSSELAER COLGATE * Boston College

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3-0 3-4 ot 2-3 ot 7-5 8-3 4-7 5-2 2-3 12-3 4-6 13-7 5-6 1-11 4-4 ot 9-1 5-2 7-5 4-2 5-4 6-4 10-3 4-0 2-9

RENSSELAER Colgate BOSTON UNIV. PROVIDENCE St. Lawrence Rensselaer * BROWN * Boston College * Boston Univ.

1968-69 (19-7-2, 12-5-1 - 4th ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski LAVAL TORONTO MICHIGAN STATE QUEENS Rensselaer Boston College Princeton ! Dartmouth ! Yale Harvard Northeastern HARVARD YALE GUELPH St. Lawrence BOSTON UNIV. COLGATE Colgate New Hampshire RENSSELAER CARLETON OTTAWA ST. LAWRENCE Dartmouth Providence * Boston College * Harvard * Boston Univ.

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5-5 4-3 ot 3-1 7-2 7-3 2-7 4-0 9-4 9-3 2-7 6-4 4-2 9-5 13-0 7-6 2-3 ot 4-2 8-2 4-4 ot 4-5 7-5 15-0 3-4 4-1 6-3 4-2 6-8 0-5

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Golden Knights 1969-70 (24-8, 14-3 - 2nd ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

1971-72 (20-10, 12-8 - 6th ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski

QUEENS LAVAL MERRIMACK TORONTO LAKE SUPERIOR ST. LAWRENCE 9 Brown 9 Harvard DARTMOUTH PRINCETON BOSTON UNIV. Bowling Green Bowling Green Denver Denver Yale PROVIDENCE ^ Colgate NEW HAMPSHIRE CARLETON RENSSELAER Colgate BOSTON COLLEGE St. Lawrence Rensselaer New Hampshire Boston Univ. * BROWN * Boston Univ. * Cornell # Michigan Tech. # Cornell

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17-1 8-0 9-4 2-5 2-4 5-2 3-1 3-4 6-5 11-2 3-4 ot 4-3 7-5 4-5 5-4 3-0 11-6 3-0 6-5 ot 5-4 6-3 4-2 7-5 4-3 ot 6-3 4-0 2-6 6-5 ot 5-4 2-3 4-3 4-6

1970-71 (28-4-1, 16-2-1 - 2nd ECAC) Coach: Len Ceglarski LAVAL YORK UNIV. MERRIMACK 6? New Hampshire ? BOWLING GREEN ? St. Lawrence CARLETON Rensselaer ST. LAWRENCE ! Bowdoin ! Harvard HARVARD Princeton Ohio Univ. Bowling Green Bowling Green VERMONT UNIV. 7 Colgate OTTAWA UNIV. Yale Boston College CORNELL Boston Univ. Providence RENSSELAER COLGATE New Hampshire St. Lawrence Dartmouth NEW HAMPSHIRE * PENNSYLVANIA * Cornell * Harvard

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6-3 3-2 8-2 3-2 5-2 4-2 8-3 3-3ot 4-1 6-1 0-2 5-4 ot 6-4 7-4 4-7 6-3 5-3 3-1 12-0 5-1 3-1 2-1 ot 1-4 4-2 8-1 9-0 3-2 3-2 5-3 5-2 5-2 4-1 4-7

Univ. Quebec Univ. Quebec SIR GEO. WILLIAMS 6? Colgate ? VERMONT ? St. Lawrence Vermont DARTMOUTH ST. LAWRENCE 10 New Brunswick 10 Ohio Univ. 10 Rensselaer McMASTER BOSTON UNIV. New Hampshire Dartmouth Pennsylvania Yale COLGATE NORWICH Cornell PROVIDENCE Harvard RENSSELAER Colgate BOSTON COLLEGE St. Lawrence Rensselaer NEW HAMPSHIRE * Harvard 6

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1973-74 (12-14-1, 9-11-1 - 9th ECAC) Coach: Jerry York

11-7 4-6 6-1 9-3 6-2 2-3 7-1 4-3 3-4 9-3 8-2 4-1 3-2 ot 6-2 2-3 ot 6-4 1-2 12-6 4-3 3-1 4-2 3-4 ot 2-6 5-3 8-6 4-6 5-3 4-5 8-5 5-6 ot

1972-73 (18-15, 11-9 - T6th ECAC) Coach: Jerry York UNIV. QUEBEC UNIV. QUEBEC NORWICH ? VERMONT ? RENSSELAER ? St. Lawrence Dartmouth Rensselaer ! St. Louis ! St. Lawrence $ Colgate $ Cornell PENNSYLVANIA ST. LOUIS NORTHEASTERN Colgate Wisconsin Wisconsin ST. LAWRENCE Boston Univ. Providence COLGATE RENSSELAER VERMONT BOSTON COLLEGE New Hampshire ST. LAWRENCE McMASTER Cornell NEW HAMPSHIRE * Harvard * Cornell * Pennsylvania

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13-0 12-0 4-2 5-2 4-2 2-6 6-2 4-3 5-10 6-4 6-4 10-1 5-6 2-4 7-2 4-5 ot 4-5 ot 3-8 4-5 3-8 2-3 7-1 6-1 2-4 8-9 ot 5-8 6-3 10-4 1-6 5-3 7-4 4-9 4-0

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NORWICH BUFFALO OHIO STATE TORONTO St. Lawrence Rensselaer HARVARD Colgate Colorado College BOSTON UNIV. Princeton New Hampshire Northeastern COLGATE Yale ST. LAWRENCE Boston Univ. Colgate PROVIDENCE NEW HAMPSHIRE RENSSELAER Vermont BOSTON COLLEGE DARTMOUTH St. Lawrence Pennsylvania CORNELL

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7-2 6-2 8-3 1-7 4-1 3-9 3-5 1-5 5-6 3-9 7-3 2-7 5-5 ot 3-2 2-5 3-2 1-9 5-2 6-2 2-3 5-1 1-5 4-2 5-1 2-5 3-1 1-10

1974-75 (13-15-1, 9-9-1 - 8th ECAC) Coach: Jerry York NORWICH BUFFALO St. Louis St. Louis ? BOSTON UNIV. ? ST. LAWRENCE ST. LOUIS Rensselaer Vermont TORONTO Loyola YORK Toronto NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA Colgate Cornell St. Lawrence NEW HAMPSHIRE Providence Dartmouth COLGATE RENSSELAER Boston College New Hampshire ST. LAWRENCE Boston Univ. VERMONT * Harvard

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9-4 6-5 2-7 3-4 ot 6-9 8-1 5-3 7-3 2-3 8-6 2-3 3-7 2-6 9-6 7-7 ot 5-8 1-4 6-4 3-5 1-7 7-4 6-1 3-7 4-2 4-8 7-5 5-11 6-4 5-10

1975-76 (18-12-1, 16-8-1 - 4th ECAC) Coach: Jerry York Buffalo Bowling Green Bowling Green COLGATE ?6 Concordia ? VERMONT ? St. Lawrence Rensselaer Vermont $ Colgate $ Brown ! Cornell ! Vermont Yale BOSTON UNIV. CORNELL DARTMOUTH ST. LAWRENCE YORK Providence Colgate RENSSELAER BOSTON COLLEGE VERMONT Northeastern NEW HAMPSHIRE Pennsylvania Princeton New Hampshire St. Lawrence * CORNELL

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11-4 4-6 1-3 4-2 1-5 3-1 5-1 3-5 4-10 5-1 4-3 4-2 10-5 11-5 2-8 6-4 4-6 5-4 ot 11-5 6-3 6-7 6-6 ot 6-5 ot 5-4 7-5 4-5 ot 10-12 2-3 8-3 5-4 7-9

1976-77 (26-8, 19-4 - 1st ECAC) Coach: Jerry York West. Michigan West. Michigan TORONTO CONCORDIA Dartmouth ? NEW HAMPSHIRE ? OTTAWA ? St. Lawrence Vermont Rensselaer COLGATE 10 Rensselaer 10 Pennsylvania 10 Yale 11 Toronto 11 Acadia NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA Cornell UNION St. Lawrence Princeton RENSSELAER Boston College Providence Colgate New Hampshire Boston Univ. VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE ST. LAWRENCE * PROVIDENCE * Boston Univ. * Cornell

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9-3 6-3 7-2 1-4 7-5 5-2 13-3 7-1 9-2 7-4 7-1 2-5 12-3 8-3 6-7 10-0 8-5 7-4 8-11 9-3 10-2 3-0 7-6 6-3 4-2 4-1 6-8 1-6 5-2 7-6 6-5 ot 6-3 6-7 4-5

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1977-78 (19-11, 16-7 - 3rd ECAC) Coach: Jerry York

1979-80 (21-12-1, 14-7 - 5th ECAC) Coach: Bill O’Flaherty

1980-81 (26-7-4, 17-2-1 - 1st ECAC) Coach: Bill O’Flaherty

St. Louis St. Louis PROVIDENCE DARTMOUTH ?6 Concordia ? RENSSELAER ? St. Lawrence VERMONT BOSTON COLLEGE Colgate Rensselaer WEST. MICHIGAN WEST. MICHIGAN $ Vermont $ Colgate Harvard Queens Univ. BOSTON UNIV. CORNELL ST. LAWRENCE Yale RENSSELAER Northeastern New Hampshire COLGATE NEW HAMPSHIRE Vermont Princeton Pennsylvania St. Lawrence * BROWN

OSWEGO STATE Northern Michigan Northern Michigan ELMIRA CONCORDIA PLATTSBURGH DARTMOUTH ?9 Western Ontario ? YALE ? St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE VERMONT BOSTON COLLEGE Rensselaer Wisconsin Wisconsin NEW HAMPSHIRE CORNELL Vermont Cornell BOSTON UNIV. Colgate Providence Brown RENSSELAER COLGATE Northeastern New Hampshire Princeton St. Lawrence MAINE HARVARD * Vermont * Dartmouth * Providence

PLATTSBURGH L Notre Dame L Notre Dame W NORWICH W U.S. INTERNATIONAL W Concordia T COLGATE W Maine L Dartmouth W ? BOWLING GREEN W ? LOWELL UNIV. W ? ST. LAWRENCE W VERMONT W 14 Minnesota-Duluth W 14 Boston Univ. W Yale W NORTHEASTERN L PROVIDENCE W Colgate W Boston Univ. W Harvard W St. Lawrence W CONCORDIA L Boston College W New Hampshire T PRINCETON W CORNELL W Vermont W BROWN W RENSSELAER W ST. LAWRENCE W Rensselaer W * NEW HAMPSHIRE W * Providence L * Colgate T # WISCONSIN L # WISCONSIN T

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1978-79 (19-12, 13-9 - 5th ECAC) Coach: Jerry York Toronto QUEENS LOWELL Bowling Green Bowling Green ? LAVAL ? St. Lawrence Dartmouth Vermont COLGATE Rensselaer TORONTO 12 Boston College 12 Dartmouth 13 Yale 13 Providence New Hampshire Providence Cornell NORTHEASTERN St. Lawrence OTTAWA NEW HAMPSHIRE Colgate RENSSELAER VERMONT Boston College Boston Univ. PRINCETON ST. LAWRENCE * Dartmouth

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5-3 10-2 10-2 1-6 1-7 8-5 11-4 5-3 4-5 ot 6-9 4-3 9-4 9-5 1-7 9-10 ot 7-2 0-4 1-3 10-4 8-5 11-5 11-2 4-6 8-5 10-4 6-4 6-8 4-5 ot 4-2 7-3 1-2 ot

W 8-3 W 5-4 L 4-6 W 7-1 L 3-4 ot W 3-1 W 7-2 W 6-5 W 8-7 ot W 6-5 W 12-3 W 5-4 ot L 4-8 W 8-6 T 3-3 ot L 2-6 W 8-2 W 14-6 L 4-6 L 4-7 W 12-7 L 2-4 L 2-5 L 2-5 W 8-5 W 5-2 L 7-8 Cancelled W 6-4 W 5-2 W 11-2 W 7-3 W 8-3 L 4-6 L 5-6 ot

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Left-right: M. MacDougall '79, G. Thomaris '77, J. Bristle, J. Hewitt '77, K. Zappia '79, J. Wescott '79, C. Sharlow '79

OSWEGO Plattsburgh CONCORDIA Alberta New Hampshire

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Pat Haramis (#8) '84, Bruce McDonough '83, Colin Patterson '86 and Gord Sharpe '85 celebrate Clarkson's 1982 Empire Cup Tournament Championship.

Golden Knights 1982-83 (19-11-1, 13-6-1 - 5th ECAC) Coach: Bill O’Flaherty OSWEGO Laval 15 Northeastern 16 Rensselaer 16 St. Lawrence Vermont COLGATE CONCORDIA Dartmouth BROWN Rensselaer $ U.S. Air Force $ Boston Univ. + TORPEDO GORKY RUS. NEW HAMPSHIRE Maine NORTHEASTERN PROVIDENCE Concordia ST. LAWRENCE Boston Univ. Harvard TORONTO Colgate Boston College Yale CORNELL PRINCETON VERMONT RENSSELAER St. Lawrence * St. Lawrence * St. Lawrence * St. Lawrence (mini g.) 15

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7-3 1-2 5-2 5-3 5-4 4-2 5-5 ot 3-2 ot 3-2 9-0 4-3 17-0 1-3 3-6 5-2 6-3 7-3 3-4 2-4 6-2 3-6 3-4 ot 6-8 3-5 3-5 3-8 8-4 4-3 9-3 9-2 7-1 3-5 2-1 0-3

1983-84 (21-11-2, 14-6 - 4th ECAC) Coach: Bill O’Flaherty

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Bowling Green L Bowling Green L CONCORDIA T ROCHESTER TECH W U.S. INTERNATIONAL W U.S. INTERNATIONAL W Team USA L COLGATE W Northeastern L DARTMOUTH W BOSTON COLLEGE L YALE W Rensselaer L Brown W Bowling Green L Princeton W HARVARD W NEW HAMPSHIRE L VERMONT W BOSTON UNIV. L Vermont W MAINE W ST. LAWRENCE W Colgate L Cornell W Brown W Providence W RENSSELAER W St. Lawrence W Harvard W Harvard T Rensselaer L Boston College W Minn-Duluth L Minn-Duluth W

2-5 3-5 4-4 ot 3-0 8-2 8-3 2-6 6-2 3-6 9-2 3-5 4-2 2-5 9-2 0-2 5-2 4-1 3-5 4-2 2-3 3-1 12-1 6-4 3-8 6-5 7-1 8-3 3-2 4-3 3-1 2-2 4-5 3-1 2-6 6-3

1984-85 (21-10-3, 15-6 - 3rd ECAC) Coach: Bill O’Flaherty

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TORONTO OSWEGO BOWLING GREEN BOWLING GREEN Vermont Rensselaer Rochester Tech CORNELL COLGATE Yale Brown St. Lawrence Lake Superior Rochester Tech Army Princeton HARVARD DARTMOUTH ST. LAWRENCE Toronto CONCORDIA RENSSELAER VERMONT Colgate Cornell BROWN YALE PRINCETON Dartmouth Harvard ST. LAWRENCE ST. LAWRENCE Harvard Cornell

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4-4 ot 9-2 5-3 5-4 ot 8-4 3-5 4-2 3-1 4-1 6-1 6-3 4-3 3-4 ot 4-4 ot 5-3 5-2 1-2 5-1 5-2 0-6 8-3 4-7 1-3 5-3 2-4 7-2 6-3 2-1 ot 4-2 1-6 6-2 4-4 1-2 3-5

1986-87 (17-13-1, 13-9 - 5th ECAC) Coach: Cap Raeder ROCHESTER TECH OHIO STATE OHIO STATE Rensselaer Vermont COLGATE CORNELL TORONTO Brown Yale St. Lawrence $ Rochester Tech $ Colgate Princeton Army DARTMOUTH HARVARD ST. LAWRENCE CONCORDIA VERMONT RENSSELAER Cornell Colgate YALE BROWN ARMY PRINCETON Harvard Dartmouth * Yale * Yale

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1987-88 (17-15-3, 10-9-3 - T6th ECAC) Coach: Cap Raeder

1985-86 (18-11-3, 12-6-3 - T4th ECAC) Coach: Cap Raeder ROCHESTER TECH Bowling Green Bowling Green VERMONT RENSSELAER Cornell Colgate Lowell St. Lawrence YALE BROWN ST. LAWRENCE Toronto St.Lawrence ARMY PRINCETON Harvard Dartmouth St. Lawrence TEAM CANADA Rensselaer Vermont COLGATE CORNELL Brown Yale Princeton DARTMOUTH HARVARD Rensselaer Rensselaer Harvard Cornell

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5-4 3-4 2-3 6-5 3-5 3-10 2-4 9-2 8-1 4-3 ot 1-2 4-3 7-64ot 5-4 9-4 4-4 ot 3-5 4-8 0-1 4-6 4-2 6-5 3-4 ot 2-2 ot 2-5 3-2 1-1 ot 3-1 2-3 8-2 4-3 2-4 1-0 6-4 0-3

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The Golden Knights closed out the final season at Walker Arena with an 18-0-1 mark on their home ice. Clarkson's last game at the venerable building was a 5-4 victory over Wisconsin in the NCAA playoffs.

1988-89 (16-13-3, 13-7-2 -4th ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris ELMIRA St. Cloud St. Cloud Vermont Rensselaer CORNELL COLGATE ROCHESTER TECH Yale Brown St. Lawrence 18 Lowell 18 Maine Army Princeton HARVARD DARTMOUTH ST. LAWRENCE Merrimack Lowell RENSSELAER VERMONT Colgate Cornell BROWN YALE PRINCETON ARMY Dartmouth Harvard * CORNELL * CORNELL

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1990-91 (29-9-2, 15-5-2 - 1st ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

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BOSTON COLLEGE Northeastern UMass Lowell

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1989-90 (21-11-3, 12-7-3 - T3rd ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris McGILL Northeastern Lowell VERMONT RENSSELAER Cornell Colgate ROCHESTER TECH ST. LAWRENCE YALE BROWN ARMY PRINCETON $ Northeastern $ Colgate Harvard Dartmouth BOSTON UNIV. BOSTON COLLEGE St. Lawrence Rensselaer Vermont COLGATE CORNELL Brown Yale Princeton Army DARTMOUTH HARVARD * ST. LAWRENCE * ST. LAWRENCE * Colgate # Minnesota # Minnesota

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Rensselaer Vermont COLGATE CORNELL NEW HAMPSHIRE St. Lawrence Brown Yale Princeton Army Western Michigan Maine DARTMOUTH HARVARD Boston University Boston College ST. LAWRENCE VERMONT RENSSELAER Cornell Colgate YALE BROWN ARMY PRINCETON Harvard Dartmouth YALE YALE Harvard St. Lawrence WISCONSIN WISCONSIN Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Boston University

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5-4 ot 7-4 5-2 3-3 ot 4-2 5-6 ot 2-5 4-7 8-6 3-1 7-0 4-8 5-0 7-5 5-3 5-8 3-0 7-6 8-5 2-4 4-3 4-1 7-5 7-1 11-1 3-5 3-3 ot 4-0 6-3 3-2 5-4 8-3 5-4 7-3 2-6 4-3 3-7

VERMONT DARTMOUTH Colgate Cornell CONCORDIA New Hampshire UNION RENSSELAER ST. LAWRENCE + RUSSIAN NAT. B $ Army $ Ohio State PRINCETON YALE Brown Harvard PLATTSBURGH St. Lawrence Dartmouth Vermont CORNELL COLGATE Rensselaer Union Yale Princeton HARVARD BROWN * BROWN * Cornell # Northern Michigan

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6-3 10-3 5-4 4-1 8-1 5-4 6-1 4-3 ot 3-4 1-7 11-1 3-4 3-0 6-5 4-5 4-4 ot 6-2 0-5 7-3 2-4 3-1 8-2 3-4 ot 6-3 6-2 4-0 4-2 3-4 8-3 3-42ot 4-8

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1993-94 (20-9-5, 13-5-4 -2nd ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

1994-95 (23-10-4, 14-5-3 -1st ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

BOSTON COLLEGE Western Michigan Western Michigan RENSSELAER UNION Princeton Yale New Hampshire Toronto ST. LAWRENCE St. Lawrence CONCORDIA Brown Harvard MAINE PROVIDENCE DARTMOUTH VERMONT COLGATE CORNELL Union Rensselaer YALE PRINCETON Cornell Colgate Vermont Dartmouth HARVARD BROWN COLGATE COLGATE Rensselaer Brown

ELMIRA Boston College WEST. MICHIGAN WEST. MICHIGAN Rensselaer Union PRINCETON YALE MIAMI New Hampshire St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE UMass Lowell New Hampshire BROWN HARVARD Providence Providence Dartmouth Vermont Colgate Cornell UNION RENSSELAER Yale Princeton CORNELL COLGATE VERMONT DARTMOUTH Brown Harvard CORNELL CORNELL Princeton Colgate Lake Superior State

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4-3 ot 2-2 ot 3-4 4-5 8-7 3-3 ot 2-4 3-7 6-5 ot 5-3 4-2 9-3 2-2 ot 5-7 2-3 6-4 5-5 ot 5-2 3-1 6-3 4-3 ot 4-5 4-1 6-1 3-4 ot 5-1 4-2 4-2 2-2 ot 4-2 7-6 5-2 2-6 6-2

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1996-97 (27-10, 17-5 -1st ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

1995-96 (25-10-3, 16-4-2 -2nd ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

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Denver Denver BOWLING GREEN BOWLING GREEN Princeton Yale ST. LAWRENCE Boston College Boston University RENSSELAER UNION BROWN HARVARD Providence Ill.-Chicago Colgate Cornell MAINE PROVIDENCE DARTMOUTH VERMONT St. Lawrence Vermont Dartmouth Union Rensselaer PRINCETON YALE Harvard Brown CORNELL COLGATE BROWN BROWN Cornell Vermont Western Michigan Boston University

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Ohio State W Ohio State W POLISH NATIONAL W DENVER L DENVER L PRINCETON W YALE L St. Lawrence W Rensselaer W Union L BOSTON COLLEGE W BOSTON UNIVERSITY W Brown W Harvard L Miami L Boston College W COLGATE L CORNELL W UMass Lowell W Univ. New Hampshire W Dartmouth W Vermont W ST. LAWRENCE W VERMONT L DARTMOUTH W UNION W RENSSELAER W Princeton W Yale W HARVARD W BROWN W Cornell W Colgate W YALE W YALE W Princeton W Cornell L Colorado College L

7-4 5-2 8-1 0-3 2-4 5-2 2-5 7-4 4-0 1-2 6-3 4-1 8-4 4-5 0-3 7-4 2-3 ot 5-2 5-0 5-2 6-3 2-1 8-3 1-2 6-4 3-2 5-1 2-1 ot 2-0 4-2 7-4 3-1 7-3 5-2 4-1 5-1 1-2 4-5

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Clarkson's 1998 senior defense, Nick Windsor (#27), Dan Murphy and Scott Ricci.

1997-98 (23-9-3, 16-4-2 - 2nd ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris +22 +22

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Wisconsin Boston University Bowling Green Bowling Green OHIO STATE OHIO STATE Yale Princeton ST. LAWRENCE UNION RENSSELAER Boston University Boston College HARVARD BROWN Minnesota-Duluth Niagara UMASS-LOWELL NEW HAMPSHIRE Dartmouth Vermont St. Lawrence Cornell Colgate VERMONT DARTMOUTH Rensselaer Union YALE PRINCETON Brown Harvard COLGATE CORNELL VERMONT VERMONT Harvard Princeton Colorado College

L 1-7 L 4-5 W 4-3 W 6-1 T 1-1 ot L 2-6 L 1-2 L 2-3 W 4-3 T 3-3 ot W 11-0 L 0-4 W 4-3 W 4-1 W 3-2 L 2-5 W 5-1 cancelled cancelled W 4-3 W 5-4 W 1-0 L 1-2 T 3-3 ot W 5-2 W 5-1 L 2-6 W 3-1 W 6-3 W 5-2 W 3-2 W 5-1 W 6-1 W 4-3 ot W 2-1 ot W 5-3 W 6-2 L 4-5 2ot L 1-3

B u d d y Wa l l a c e '98 and a sold-out Cheel Arena Crowd celebrate Clarkson's 4-3 overtime victory against Cornell in the ECAC TV Game of the Week on the Empire Sports Network in the final game of the 1997-98 regular season on March 7. Defenseman Nick Windsor '98 scored 12 seconds into the extra session.

1998-99 (25-11-1, 18-4 -1st ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

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NORTH. MICHIGAN NORTH. MICHIGAN North Dakota North Dakota YALE PRINCETON St. Lawrence BOSTON UNIV. BOSTON COLLEGE Harvard Brown NIAGARA FERRIS STATE CORNELL COLGATE Univ. New Hampshire UMass Lowell Vermont Dartmouth ST. LAWRENCE Union Rensselaer DARTMOUTH VERMONT RENSSELAER UNION Yale Princeton BROWN HARVARD Colgate Cornell BROWN BROWN Princeton St. Lawrence Maine

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1999-00 (17-15-3, 9-8-3 -T4th ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris Northern Michigan W 3-2 Northern Michigan W 2-1 NORTH DAKOTA L 1-4 NORTH DAKOTA L 5-6 Yale T 2-2 ot Princeton T 3-3 ot UNION L 2-3 RENSSELAER L 2-3 Colgate L 3-4 Cornell L 4-10 Ferris State L 2-3 Wayne State W 5-2 ST. LAWRENCE T 1-1 ot UMASS-LOWELL W 6-4 UNH L 0-6 MSU-MANKATO W 5-2 MSU-MANKATO L 1-5 HARVARD W 5-2 BROWN W 4-1 St. Lawrence L 3-7 Vermont cancelled Dartmouth L 3-5 PRINCETON W 5-2 YALE W 4-0 Quinnipiac W 4-0 CORNELL L 3-8 COLGATE L 2-4 Brown W 6-5 Harvard W 5-4 Rensselaer W 4-1 Union W 3-2 DARTMOUTH W 5-4 VERMONT cancelled WAYNE STATE L 1-3 * PRINCETON W 3-2 * PRINCETON W 2-1 * Cornell L 2-4

Mikko Ollila '99

Ben Maidment '99

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Golden Knights 2001-02 (17-15-6, 11-6-5 - 2nd ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris

2000-01 (21-11-3, 15-5-2 -1st ECAC) Coach: Mark Morris Miami Miami MERCYHURST + WATERLOO QUINNIPIAC Princeton Yale St. Lawrence $ Cornell $ Colgate BROWN HARVARD 23 Maine 23 Ohio State MSU-Mankato MSU-Mankato Rensselaer Union DARTMOUTH VERMONT Cornell Colgate ST. LAWRENCE YALE PRINCETON UNION RENSSELAER Harvard Brown COLGATE CORNELL Vermont Dartmouth * VERMONT * VERMONT * VERMONT

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1-5 1-1 ot 5-0 2-5 7-6 ot 3-2 2-1 1-6 0-3 1-4 2-4 1-1 ot 2-2 ot 8-5 2-3 2-0 8-1 4-1 1-0 3-3 ot 0-2 0-1 2-2 ot 5-6 7-5 3-1 3-3 ot 3-4 ot 4-1 0-2 2-0 3-5 4-1 3-2 3-1 6-1 2-3 ot 3-4

2003-04 (18-18-5, 8-12-2 9th ECAC) Coach: George Roll

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TORONTO US UNDER 18 NATL. Ohio State Ohio State St. Lawrence Rensselaer Union BROWN HARVARD BEMIDJI STATE BEMIDJI STATE PROVIDENCE NORTHEASTERN UNH UMass-Lowell & Colgate 25 UNH 25 Miami COLGATE CORNELL DARTMOUTH VERMONT ST. LAWRENCE Cornell Colgate UNION RENSSELAER Princeton Yale Vermont Dartmouth YALE PRINCETON Harvard Brown * VERMONT * VERMONT +

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TORONTO Bemidji State Bemidji State COLORADO COLL. COLORADO COLL. FINDLAY SACRED HEART RENSSELAER UNION CORNELL COLGATE ST. LAWRENCE Brown Harvard UNH UMASS-LOWELL Providence Harvard MERCYHURST MERCYHURST Yale Princeton Dartmouth Vermont St. Lawrence PRINCETON YALE Union Rensselaer VERMONT DARTMOUTH HARVARD BROWN Colgate Cornell Union Union Cornell Cornell Cornell Colgate Harvard

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Kevin O'Flaherty '03

Rob McFeeters '04

Clarkson on the Ft. Myers Beach after participating in the inaugural, 2000 Everblades College Classic in Southwestern Florida.

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2004-05 (13-23-3, 7-13-2 9th ECACHL) Coach: George Roll

2005-06 (18-17-3, 9-11-2 8th ECACHL) Coach: George Roll

2006-07 (25-9-5, 13-5-4 2nd ECACHL) Coach: George Roll

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NIAGARA RIT Providence UMass LAKE SUPERIOR LAKE SUPERIOR USA UNDER-18 Harvard Dartmouth QUINNIPIAC PRINCETON St. Cloud St. Cloud BOWLING GREEN MIAMI Yale Brown ST. LAWRENCE Wisconsin Lake Superior McGILL COLGATE CORNELL Rensselaer Union St. Lawrence DARTMOUTH HARVARD Cornell Colgate BROWN YALE UNION RENSSELAER Princeton Quinnipiac HARVARD HARVARD Dartmouth Quinnipiac UMass

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3-6 5-2 5-2 2-4 5-4 6-4 5-2 7-1 3-3 ot 4-1 3-4 4-2 4-3 4-3 4-3 0-4 6-4 1-2 3-3 ot 0-3 5-2 6-2 0-5 3-4 2-4 2-4 3-2 4-5 1-6 2-4 3-1 1-1 ot 3-2 8-2 2-5 1-2 2-1 5-0 3-4 2ot 2-3 2ot

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W W W T L W L W W L L L L W W W W W W W W T T W L W T W L W W W W T L W W W W W L

7-3 4-2 6-1 3-3 ot 1-5 7-1 2-6 5-2 6-3 4-6 2-3 0-4 2-7 5-0 4-2 4-1 2-1 3-1 6-2 3-2 4-2 1-1 ot 1-1 ot 4-1 1-2 ot 6-2 4-4 ot 4-2 1-5 2-1 5-3 5-1 6-2 3-3 ot 1-7 4-1 3-0 2-1 5-4 4-2 0-1 ot

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2008 Seniors make their final skate around Cheel Arena on Senior Night.

Golden Knights 2007-08 ( 22-13-4, 15-4-3 1st ECAC) Coach: George Roll +

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ACADIA St. Lawrence UMASS PROVIDENCE ST. LAWRENCE Lake Superior Lake Superior HARVARD DARTMOUTH Quinnipiac Princeton YALE BROWN ST. CLOUD ST. CLOUD St. Lawrence Maine Cornell BOSTON COLLEGE Dartmouth Harvard Colgate Cornell RENSSELAER UNION Colorado College

W L W W W W L W W L W W W L W L L T W L W T W W W L

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

2008-09 ( 10-19-7, 8-10-4 T8th ECAC) Coach: George Roll Colorado College CORNELL COLGATE Brown Yale Union Rensselaer PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC * COLGATE * COLGATE * COLGATE # St. Cloud # Michigan

L W T W L T W W W W L L W L

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

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Roch. Inst. Tech. Niagara COLORADO COLL. COLORADO COLL. CARLETON BROWN YALE Harvard Dartmouth QUINNIPIAC PRINCETON CANISIUS CANISIUS Cornell Colgate Bowling Green Bowling Green Miami Ohio State St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE Yale Brown UNION RENSSELAER COLGATE

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

CORNELL St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE Princeton Quinnipiac DARTMOUTH HARVARD Rensselaer Union * Union * Union

2009-10 (9-24-4, 4-15-3 12th ECAC) Coach: George Roll

2007-08 ECAC HOCKEY REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS +

Grant Clitsome, Nick Dodge, ECAC Hockey Commissioner Steve Hagwell, Clarkson AD Steve Yianoukos, Clarkson President Tony Collins and Steve Zalewski with the 2008 Cleary Cup.

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TORONTO Michigan State Michigan State NIAGARA RIT ST. LAWRENCE Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Duluth Quinnipiac Princeton RENSSELAER UNION Dartmouth Harvard Boston College St. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE 21 Northern Michigan 21 Bowling Green ALAB.-HUNTSVILLE ALAB.-HUNTSVILLE CORNELL COLGATE YALE BROWN Colgate Cornell Union Rensselaer PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC Brown Yale HARVARD DARTMOUTH * St. Lawrence * St. Lawrence * St. Lawrence

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6-1 6-1 3-4 4-3 ot 5-3 4-1 1-4 2-4 2-4 1-4 2-5 1-5 3-2 2-2 ot 5-6 3-3 ot 3-4 0-4 3-4 3-1 3-3 ot 1-3 2-6 2-3 2-3 1-6 3-5 2-11 1-2 4-3 4-1 2-3 4-5 ot 2-1 ot 3-3 ot 2-3 ot 4-3 ot 2-3

T T W L L W T W L L L

0-0 ot 3-3 ot 3-1 3-5 3-5 6-3 3-3 ot 4-2 1-2 3-5 2-7

2010-11 (15-19-2, 9-12-1 T-7th ECAC) Coach: George Roll +

CARLETON Nebraska-Omaha 30 St. Cloud State BOWLING GREEN BOWLING GREEN BENTLEY BENTLEY 1 St. Lawrence COLGATE CORNELL DARTMOUTH HARVARD ST. LAWRENCE 25 Air Force 25 Lake Superior Princeton Quinnipiac Sacred Heart MINN.-DULUTH MINN.-DULUTH Rensselaer Union Yale Brown QUINNIPIAC PRINCETON Cornell Colgate BROWN YALE St. Lawrence UNION RENSSELAER Harvard Dartmouth * HARVARD * HARVARD 30

W L W W L W T W T L L W W L W W W W L L W L L W L L L L W L W L L L W L L

5-2 0-8 6-2 4-0 0-3 5-1 3-3 ot 2-1 ot 4-4 ot 1-6 1-7 3-1 3-1 1-2 2-1 5-3 5-3 9-2 1-4 2-4 3-2 ot 1-8 2-5 3-1 2-3 3-4 ot 2-5 2-4 4-1 3-6 2-1 3-4ot 1-5 1-3 4-1 1-2 4-6

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OTTAWA Alaska-Anchorage Alaska SACRED HEART SACRED HEART AMERICAN INTL AMERICAN INTL Bentley Bentley RENSSELAER

W T L W W W W W T W

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

20

UNION Quinnipiac Princeton HARVARD DARTMOUTH Maine Holy Cross Colgate Cornell St. Lawrence

L T L L W L W L T W

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

1 23 23 32

St. Lawrence Maine Cornell North Dakota BROWN YALE ST. LAWRENCE Union Rensselaer Brown

L L L L T W W L W W

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

Yale PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC CORNELL COLGATE Dartmouth Harvard * RENSSELAER * RENSSELAER * RENSSELAER

L W L T W L L L W L

1-5 3-2 6-7 1-1ot 2-1 4-6 2-3 1-5 4-3 3ot 1-4

The Golden Knights swept the 2011-12 ECAC Hockey regular-season series from St. Lawrence by defeating the Saints 4-3 at Cheel Arena on January 21, 2012 before 3,899 fans, the fourth largest crowd ever at the arena. Clarkson, which outshot St. Lawrence 50-13, rallied for the win with two-third period goals. Freshman Patrick Marsh came through with the game-winner at 10:50 of the final frame when he converted a pass from Ben Sexton at the side of the net for his second collegiate goal. Nick Tremblay also set up the deciding goal with his third assist of the night.

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Chris Clark '98 is the only Knight on record to tally a goal in the opening 30 seconds of two seperate games, scoring 10 seconds into Clarkson's 7-4 win at St. Lawrence on November 16, 1996, and again against the Saints in an 8-3 victory at Cheel on January 25, 1997.

Golden Knights

30-SECOND GOALS

(Goals scored by a Golden Knight in the opening 30 seconds of a game - since 1970) Seconds 5 – Kevin Zappia in 5-1 win at St. Lawrence – 11/29/75

17 – Chris Brekelmans in 7-1 win vs Rensselaer at Cheel – 2/1/03

9 – Bruce McDonough in 6-2 win vs St. Lawrence – 1/26/83

17 – Steve Zalewski in 1-1 tie vs Colgate at Cheel – 1/12/07

9 – Jarmo Kekalainen in 4-4 tie vs Colgate – 11/19/88

18 – Ben Sexton in 4-4 tie vs Colgate at Cheel – 11/5/10

9 – Shawn LaVoy in 5-2 win vs Rensselaer – 1/27/89

20 – Brandon DeFazio in 4-2 loss at Minnesota-Duluth – 10/31/09

10 – Colin Patterson in 4-1 win at Cornell – 2/16/82

20 – Corey Tamblyn in 11-2 loss at Union – 2/5/10

10 – Marko Tuomainen in 4-4 tie at Cornell – 1/28/95

25 – Chris Line in 4-4 tie at Miami - 10/14/00

10 – Chris Clark in 7-4 win at St. Lawrence – 11/16/96

25 – Jean Desrochers in 8-5 win vs UNH at Cheel - 2/7/01

11 – Mike Casselman in 6-2 loss at Lake Superior State – 3/23/91

27 – Mike Sullivan in 5-4 loss at Wayne State – 10/16/04

13 – Mike Morrison in 9-3 win at Army – 1/6/89

29 – Charlie Sharlow in 10-3 win vs St. Lawrence – 1/24/78

13 – Matt Reid in 5-1 win vs Niagara at SIT – 12/28/97

30 – Chris Clark in 8-3 win vs St. Lawrence at Cheel – 1/25/97

17 – Pat Haramis in 4-3ot win at Harvard – 1/30/83

Kevin Zappia '79, Clarkson's all-time leading goal scorer, tallied the Knights' fastest goal on record to start a game, connecting just five seconds after the opening faceoff in a 5-1 victory at St. Lawrence on November 29, 1975.

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A top forward for the Golden Knights in the late 1940s, Lionel Hewitson '49 was the recipient of the 1949 Paul J. Pilon Award. Known around Potsdam as "Mr. Hockey" for his development of the youth hockey program, he was also honored with Clarkson's Arnold H. Barben Award in 1996.

YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS Year 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42

Goals 7 B. Johnson 5 B. Johnson n/a n/a 4 K. Smith n/a 11 H. Heintzman 26 F. Dion 21 C. Houston 16 B. Williams 16 C. Donald 28 C. Houston n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 9 C. Allen n/a 21 K. Allan n/a 22 G. Labonne

1942-43 1943-44

18 R.Frazer 6 M. Childerhose

1944-46 1946-47, 1947-48 1948-49 16 1949-50 24 1950-51 39 1951-52 26 1952-53 17 1953-54 18 18 1954-55 29 1955-56 36 1956-57 31 1957-58 24 1958-59 24 1959-60 22 1960-61 14 1961-62 21 1962-63 27 1963-64 28 1964-65 16 16 1965-66 27 1966-67 24

NO TEAMS n/a N. Masterman B.Munro B. Munro S. Moore E. Gutzman J. Porter T. Meeker E. Rowe G. Childerhose E. Rowe B. Van Lammers M. Tomalty M. Tomalty B. Little C. Adams C. Adams C. Adams G. MacDonald H. Dunn B. Empie B. Empie

Assists

Points 7 B. Johnson 5 B. Johnson

4 K. Smith

14 C. Donald

11 26 21 30

H. Heintzman F. Dion C. Houston C. Donald

14 C. Donald

36 C. Houston Harry Heintzman '29

15 C. Allen 24 G. Clark 8 8 9 2 2 2

12 16 29 17 20 15 15 33 38 32 27 28 23 19 31 31 27 18

B. Blair A. Clark D. Hutton R. Frazer E. Childerhose E. Fix

L. Hewitson B. Munro S. Moore K. Brown T. Meeker J. Porter R. Carrier T. Meeker E. Rowe E. Rowe G. Childerhose B. Van Lammers B. Little B. Little H. Pettersen C.Adams C. Adams G. Bray

30 T. Hurley 34 B. Dooling

44 G. Clark 29 G. Labonne 26 R. Frazer 8 M. Childerhose

25 40 62 41 31 33

N. Masterman B. Munro B. Munro S. Moore T. Meeker J. Porter

56 65 63 43 48 38 33 50 58 55 28

T. Meeker E. Rowe E. Rowe G. Childerhose M. Tomalty B. Little B. Little H. Pettersen C. Adams C. Adams T. Hurley

49 B. Empie 50 B. Empie 50 B. Dooling

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Mel Tomalty '60 & Bob Van Lammers '59

Bill Little '61

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Dave Taylor may be CU's all-time leading scorer, but he had to take a backseat to Dan O'Driscoll '75 in that department during his freshman and sophmore years. O'Driscoll led the Knights' in scoring during the 1973-74 and 1974-75 campaigns with 34 and 56 points respectively. He completed his career with 106 points (48-48) through 86 games.

Golden Knights 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

32 20 35 26 27 22 16 26 26 *41 31 22 28

J. McLennan T. Deacon J. Kemp J. Kemp J. Kemp P. Harasym D. O’Driscoll D. O’Driscoll D. Taylor D. Taylor K. Zappia K. Zappia M. Prestidge

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

29 25 23 18 20

S. Cruickshank S. Cruickshank C. Patterson M. Harvey G. Sharpe

1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90

22 28 19 20 22

M. Harvey S. Williams M. Morrison S. LaVoy M. Casselman

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

32 25 25 26 30 29 38

H. Belanger S. Thomas M. Tuomainen C. Conroy P. Robitaille T. White T. White

1997-98

18 C. Clark

1998-99 1999-00

22 E. Cole 19 E. Cole

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

17 14 13 13 19 16 16 19 21 13

2009-10 2010-11

M. Poapst K. O'Flaherty K. O'Flaherty R. Jones C. Blight J. Latulippe N. Dodge S. Weller S. Zalewski S. Guthrie C. D'Alvise 20 M. Beca 14 B. DeFazio

2011-12

17 N. Tremblay

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

31 34 39 31 35 36 19 34 33 *67 32 32 30 30 44 32 29 26 23 23 28 41 29 29 27 27 43 34 30 40 42 43 36 36 21 21 23 17 17 28 24 20 26 20 25 26 24 23

B. Empie 57 R. Magnusson 45 R. Magnusson 57 J. Kemp 57 S. Warr 50 B. Mason 50 D.Taylor 34 D. Taylor 56 D. Taylor 59 D. Taylor *108 M. McNally 59 J. Wescott 52 M. Prestidge 58 C. Laughlin B. Cleaver 68 S. Cruickshank 57 C. Patterson 52 M. Harvey 44 G. Sharpe 43 C. Meitner A. Otto 45 L. Borsato 57 L. Borsato 44 D.Trombley 44 D. Trombley 43 D. Tretowicz H. Belanger 75 S. Dubinsky 55 M. Tuomainen 55 C. Conroy 66 B. Mueller 60 T. White 72 T. White 74 J.F. Houle C. Clark 39 B. Maidment M. Ollila 41 D. Evans 30 K. Ellis-Toddington K. Huskins 35 K. Ellis-Toddington 33 R. Jones 33

M. Poapst K. O'Flaherty R. Jones

M. Faulkner J. Latulippe N. Dodge D. Cayer M. Beca S. Freeman

M. Faulkner J. Latulippe N. Dodge S. Weller M. Beca S. Freeman

19 L. Oakley 15 A. McPherson J. Morley 21 B. Sexton

43 36 41 40 34 29

J. McLennan R. Magnusson J. Kemp J. Kemp B. Mason B. Mason D. O’Driscoll D. O’Driscoll D. Taylor D. Taylor K. Zappia K. Zappia M. Prestidge B. Cleaver S. Cruickshank C. Patterson M. Harvey G. Sharpe C. Meitner L. Borsato L. Borsato J. Kekalainen M. Casselman

Colin Patterson '86 Mike Harvey ' 86 Gord Sharpe '85

H. Belanger S. Dubinsky M. Tuomainen C. Conroy M. Tuomainen T. White T. White C. Clark E. Cole E. Cole Charlie Meitner '86

38 M. Beca 26 B. DeFazio 36 N. Tremblay Matt Poapst '02

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ALL-TIME GOLDEN KNIGHTS FORWARDS & DEFENSEMEN

YEARS

POS

GP

G

A

PTS

HOMETOWN

Adams, Corby

1961-64

C

78

76

83

159

Minesing, Ontario

Ainslie, Terry

1967-70

C

75

21

26

47

Parry Sound, Ontario

27

4

5

9

Aishford, Chris

1997-98

C

Allan, Clifford

1936-38

W

Ottawa, Ontario

Toronto, Ontario

Allan, Ken

1938-41

F

Ottawa, Ontario

Anderson, Kent

1988-92

D

88

1

8

9

Baysville, Ontario

Arciero, Mike

2004-08

F

77

5

6

11

Avon, Connecticut

Argst, Charles

1943-44

F

Armstrong, Bob

1980-84

D

136

23

51

74

Ithaca, New York

Armstrong, Jim

1977-81

C/LW 120

65

85

150

Ithaca, New York

Ashe, Mike

1985-89

D

121

8

22

30

Springfield, Massachusetts

Atkinson, Roy

1963-66

W

50

11

14

25

Aubin, John

1938-41

C

Pleasantville, New York

Barrie, Ontario Ottawa, Ontario

Audycki, Russ

1970-73

C

62

29

50

79

Bellevue, Washington

Audycki, William

1978-82

D

131

9

48

57

Bellevue, Washington

Bahen, Chris

1999-03

D

139

16

37

53

Markham, Ontario

Baker, James

1959-60

D

5

0

0

0

Campbellford, Ontario

Baker, Ray

1957-59

C

38

12

18

30

Cornwall, Ontario

Baker, Ross

1951-52

W

3

0

0

0

Potsdam, New York

Baker, Winifred

1933-34

Baldwin, Robert

1970-73

W

64

26

27

53

Cardinal, Ontario

Bartell, Josh

1992-96

D

114

3

14

17

Westernville, New York

Bartell, Ross

1981-85

D

80

5

11

16

Rome, New York

Barr, Bert

1954-57

C/W

59

13

21

34

Pembroke, Ontario

Bauer, Deron

1979-83

C

106

32

51

83

Cheektowaga New York

Baumgartner, Gregor

1995-96

C

7

0

1

1

Kapfenberg, Austria

Beach, Murray

1948-51

D

41

6

5

11

Cornwall, Ontario

Beausoleil, Nathan

2003-05

D

43

2

9

11

Moose Creek, Ontario

Beca, Matt

2006-10

RW

149

51

72

123

Mississauga, Ontario

Belanger, Hugo

1989-93

LW

139

81

124

205

St. Hubert, Quebec

Bellows, Adam

2005-09

D

106

9

18

27

Lancaster, New York

Beneke, Charles

1927-30

D

Bensen, Frank

1951-54

RW

50

17

17

34

Berndt, Elvin

1948-50

D

Besse, Guillaume

1995-97

LW

68

18

20

38

Blackwood, Bill

1974-78

D

123

52

117

169

Blair, Bob

1941-47

F

Blight, Chris

2001-05

RW

144

40

56

96

Boak, Alex

2010-

D

71

5

12

17

Norwood, New York

Bolton, John

1988-90

D

46

0

2

2

Greensboro, North Carolina

Bond, Beverly

1923-25

F

Bonhomme, Doug

1973-74

C

1

0

0

0

Sudbury, Ontario

Boprey, Rich

1980-82

C

68

29

38

67

Norwood, New York

Borowiecki, Mark

2008-11

D

99

12

20

32

Kanata, Ontario

Russ Audycki '73

Josh Bartell '96

Liverpool, New York Homden, Connecticut Rochester, New York Louviers, France Copper Cliff, Ontario Westmount, Quebec Cambridge, Ontario

Buffalo, New York

Arnold Butterworth '36

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Grant Childerhose '58 was a high scoring right wing for Clarkson during the 1950s, recording 131 career points on 70 goals and 61 assists through 65 games from 1954-58.

Golden Knights

Joe Carosa '03

Mike Conroy '73

Martin d'Orsonnens '93

Borsato, Luciano

1984-88

C

129

63

107

177

Bramalea, ea Ontario

Boucher, Jean-Francois

2004-05

D

1

0

0

0

Montreal, Quebec

10

1

2

3

Lancaster, Ontario

Bourck, Claude

1980-81

LW

Boyle, Louis

1929-34

D

Boyer, William

1933-34

Bray, Gary

1962-65

W/C

63

23

41

64

Copper Cliff, Ontario

Brekelmans, Chris

2002-06

D

138

15

16

31

London, Ontario

Brennan, Steve

1986-90

RW

74

17

12

29

Medford, Massachusetts

Brophy, Pat

1960-63

D

70

11

28

39

Pembroke, Ontario

Brown, Don

1963-66

D

66

6

18

24

Parry Sound, Ontario

Brown, Doug

1950-53

W/C

49

16

26

42

Carleton Place, Ontario

Brown, Geoff

1969-72

C

61

11

23

34

Ottawa, Ontario

Brown, Ken

1947-51

D

41

4

11

15

Carleton Place, Ontario

Bullard, Charles

1973-74

W

1

0

0

0

Potsdam, New York

Burke, John

1927-31

F

Burton, Jarrett

2010-

F

64

5

9

14

Echo Bay, Ontario

Bush, Allan

1973-74

D

1

0

0

0

New Liskeard, Ontario

Bushaw, Mike

1996-97

LW

31

4

2

6

Canton, New York

Butterworth, Arnold

1932-36

F

London, Ontario

Ottawa, Ontario

Calandra, Tony

1988-89

D

6

0

2

2

N. Tonawanda, New York

Cameron, Chris

1993-94

RW

3

0

1

1

Massena, New York

Cameron, Tim

1979-80

C/LW 19

2

0

2

Brasher Falls, New York

Camp, Sheldon

1981-85

LW

89

9

20

29

Ottawa, Ontario

87

8

11

19

Campana, Adam

1999-03

LW

Campbell, Gordon

1935-38

F

Campbell, Robert

1958-61

RW

Card, Norm

1942-43

F

Cardoni, Marco

1973-77

Carlbom, Darryl

1980-83

Waltham, Massachusetts Ottawa, Ontario

55

11

17

28

Lachute, Quebec

RW

96

30

41

71

North Bay, Ontario

C/W

52

6

8

14

Palos Verdes Estate, California

Cohasset, Massachusetts

Carosa, Joe

1999-03

D/RW 121

10

12

22

Buffalo, New York

Carr, Bob

1954-56

D

32

6

6

12

Perth, Ontario

Carrier, Robert

1951-54

C

33

13

17

30

Rome, New York

Carrigan, Peter

1983-84

RW

4

0

2

2

Ava, New York

Casselman, Mike

1987-91

LW

129

48

71

119

Morrisburg, Ontario

Cayer, David

2004-08

RW

145

40

69

109

Longueuil, Quebec

Cayer, Julien

2008-12

F

104

14

19

33

Longueuil, Quebec

Chiarelli, Bob

1960-63

C

45

8

2

10

Ottawa, Ontario

Childerhose, Mac

1942-44

F

Childerhose, Grant

1954-58

RW

65

70

61

131

Chouinard, Bob

1951-54

D

50

3

9

12

Clark, Allan

1938-42

F

Clark, Chris

1994-98

RW

Clark, Grant

1938-42

D

Clarke, Bob

1971-74

D

83

19

45

64

Cleaver, Bryan

1977-81

C

124

69

92

161

Toronto, Ontario

Cline, Ted

1983-85

RW

67

19

31

50

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Clitsome, Grant

2004-08

D

150

16

57

73

Gloucester, Ontario

Cohrs, Werner

1943-44

F

Cole, Erik

1997-00

LW

103

52

51

103

Oswego, New York

Conboy, Richard

1920-22

124  

Ottawa, Ontario Pembroke, Ontario Perth, Ontario Peterborough, Ontario 142

63

65

128

S. Windsor, Connecticut Peterborough, Ontario Peterborough, Ontario

Mamaroneck, New York

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Mark Green '91 scored the final goal at Walker Arena with the winning tally in Clarkson's 5-4 victory over Wisconsin in the second game of the NCAA first round series in Potsdam. The Knights closed out the 1990-91 campaign at Walker with an 18-0-1 mark.

Conroy, Craig

1990-94

C

140

63

104

167

Potsdam, New York

Conroy, Mike

1970-73

W

94

44

58

102

Pembroke, Ontario

Conroy, Terry

1974-78

D

112

6

43

49

Pembroke, Ontario

Cooper, Dave

1972-75

D

81

10

33

43

Peterborough, Ontario

1

0

0

0

Corp, Ken

1994-95

LW

Cowie, Elrick

1924-25

D

Croskery, Jack

1923-28

F

Crowe, Jeremiah

2006-10

D

Buffalo, New York Ogdensburg, New York Kinburn, Ontario

91

2

3

5

Kenmore, New York

Cruickshank, Steve

1978-82

C/LW 129

87

103

190

Mississauga, Ontario

Curley, Matt

2003-07

D

3

8

11

Madrid, New York

126

Currier, Bernie

1960-62

D

18

2

2

4

Cornwall, Ontario

Curry, Bill

1973-74

W

1

0

0

0

North Bay, Ontario

Cuthbert, James

1924-25

Daddario, Eric

2007-11

F/D

6

0

0

0

Medford, Massachusetts

D' Alvise, Chris

2005-09

C

145

49

56

105

Mississauga, Ontario

d' Orsonnens, Martin

1989-93

D

141

11

38

49

Repentigny, Quebec

Davidson Paul

1966-68

D

43

3

4

7

Montreal, Quebec

Deacon, Tom

1967-69

C

52

35

33

68

Copper Cliff, Ontario

Deebank, Ross

1981-82

RW

4

1

1

2

Cornwall, Ontario Oakville, Ontario

DeFazio, Brandon

2007-11

F

141

36

41

77

Demerski, Joe

1964-67

W

75

15

19

34

Springfield, Massachusetts

DeMichele, Rudolph

1953-56

W

50

17

17

34

Walpole, Massachusetts

Denicourt, Rich

1988-91

LW

40

1

7

8

Potsdam, New York

Denicourt, Scott

1986-89

D

12

0

2

2

Potsdam, New York

de Ruiter, Chris

1992-96

RW

133

22

40

62

Kingston, Ontario

DesJardins, Paul

1952-53

C

7

3

1

4

Lachute, Quebec

Desrochers, Jean

2000-04

F

111

16

28

44

Dalhousie, Quebec

Dexter, Dan

1962-65

D

60

5

11

16

Brockville, Ontario

Dillion

1920-22

Dion, Fred

1926-29

C

Doak, Stewert

1932-35

F

Dobbin, William

1968-71

C

72

20

10

30

Peterborough, Ontario

Dodge, Nick

2004-08

C

150

52

72

124

Oakville, Ontario

46

5

10

15

Doherty, Martin

1956-59

W

Donald, Clark

1928-32

F

Larry Fleetham '73

Ottawa, Ontario Lennoxville, Quebec

Brooklyn, New York Carleton Place, Ontario

Donald, James

1937-38

W

Sudbury, Ontario

Donald, Peter

1935-38

D

Carleton Place, Ontario

Donaldson, Cromwell

1936-38

C

Ottawa, Ontario

Donihee, Garth

1933-36

F

Cornwall, Ontario

Donihee, Joe

1934-37

F

Donovan, Paul

1986-90

LW

71

3

7

10

Mallorytown, Ontario

Dooling, Brian

1965-68

W

73

58

82

140

North Bay, Ontario

Dorgan, Ron

1971-74

W

59

4

6

10

Springfield, Illinois

Carl Drakensjo '00

Cornwall, Ontario

Drago, Joe

1960-63

W/D

44

6

7

13

Sudbury, Ontario

Drakensjo, Carl

1996-00

RW

142

21

36

57

Enebyberg, Sweden

Drummond, Bill

1950-53

D

49

16

32

48

Ottawa, Ontario

Dubinsky, Steve

1989-93

C

142

59

93

152

Dollard Des Ormeaux, Quebec

Dudley, Robert

1963-64

D

24

3

6

9

Duerr, Ralph

1932-34

Duffett, John

1963-64

Douglas, Massachusetts Buffalo, New York

W

Buffalo, New York

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Dufour, Oscar

1937-39

W

Duhamel, Harvey

1940-42

D

Dunn

1946-47

Dunn, Harry

1963-66

Dunphy

1946-47

Dziedzic, John

Ottawa, Ontario

W

71

41

48

89

Elliot Lake, Ontario

1977-79

C/W

43

7

9

16

Auburn, New York

Eastment, Clinton

1938-39

D

Edwards, Mickey

1991-92

LW

3

0

0

0

Massena, New York

Edwards, Trevor

2000-04

C

140

22

25

47

Carleton Place, Ontario

Elliot, Donald

1938-39

Ellis-Toddington, Kerry

1998-02

D

142

14

72

86

Regina, Saskatchewan

Embody, Derek

1978-80

F

48

16

17

33

Williamsville, New York

Emond, Jerry

1964-67

LW

75

39

19

58

North Bay, Ontario

Empie, Robert

1965-68

C

71

70

79

149

North Bay, Ontario

Erickson, Fred

1968-71

D

93

9

28

37

Terrace Bay, Ontario

Evans, David

1998-02

RW/C 136

40

58

98

Evans, Herschel

1938-41

W

Farrisee, Bill

1942-47

F

Faulkner, Mac

2001-05

C

141

33

50

83

Fauss, Ted

1979-83

D

131

9

21

30

Fenn, Cyril

1920-24

D

New York, New York

Fitzpatrick, Richard

1946-48

W

Belleville, Ontario

Fix, Ed

1942-44

D

Kenmore, New York

Renfrew, Ontario

Sand Lake, New York Potsdam, New York Potsdam, New York King City, Ontario Clinton, New York

Flaherty, Bob

1950-51

15

1

2

Fleetham, Larry

1970-73

D

96

13

28

3 41

Parry Sound, Ontario

Foddrill, Craig

2000-01

LW

12

0

1

1

Ypsilanti, Michigan

Folkner, Douglas

1941-48

Ford, Dave

1992-93

D

2

0

0

0

Kanata, Ontario

Fotheringham, Shawn

1990-94

LW

107

12

32

44

Burlington, Ontario

France, William

1921-22 Westboro, Ontario

Great Meadow, New Jersey

Frazer, Ronald

1942-44

F

15

23

10

33

Frederick, Will

2010-

F

69

5

15

20

Allison Park, Pennsylvania

Freeman, Scott

2007-11

F

133

28

60

88

Whitby, Ontario

French, Pat

1946-48

D

Fretz, Dave

1981-85

D

132

31

71

102

Ottawa, Ontario Toronto, Ontario

Fuchs, Chase

2011-

D

9

0

3

3

Severna Park, Maryland

Garceau, Marc

1999-02

C

26

3

8

11

Pierrefonds, Quebec

Gardiner, Ken

1958-61

C

51

31

32

63

Belmont, Massachusetts

Gardner, Bracken

1989-92

LW

6

0

1

1

Ithaca, New York

Garlasco, Mike

2010-

F

27

1

3

4

Mahwah, New Jersey

Gates, Aaron

1995-99

D

122

5

18

23

Essex Junction,Vermont

Gates, Harlan

1943-44

F

Baldwinsville, New York

Genovy, Jeff

2002-06

C/W

22

34

56

Gilchrist, Donald

1956-59

C/RW 60

131

23

27

50

Kalamazoo, Michigan Parry Sound, Ontario

Good, Dale

2002-03

D

37

2

3

5

Holland Landing, Ontario

Gordon,

1948-49

Grady, Phil

1971-73

W

5

0

1

1

Peterborough, Ontario

Graham, Al

1956-59

D

55

4

21

25

Midland, Ontario

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Grant, Jordan

1994-97

RW/C 56

Gratton, Alf

1934-37

F

Graves, Jack

1959-62

D

9

3

12

Calgary, Alberta Ottawa, Ontario

68

2

19

21

Barrie, Ontario

Gray, Dave

1972-75

D/W

61

6

23

29

Edmonds, Washington

Green, Dave

1989-93

C

110

11

18

29

Farmington Hills, Michigan

Green, Mark

1987-91

LW

118

58

58

116

Watertown, New York

Greenan, Edward

1942-43

D

Grenzy, Michael

2003-07

D

125

11

41

52

Lockport, New York

Williamsville, New York

Guest, James

1927-31

F

Guthrie, John

1976-79

W/D

69