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B emidji State Hockey Quick Facts Bemidji State University

Location: Bemidji, Minn. (15,000) Founded/Enrollment: 1919 (5,020) Conference: College Hockey America CHA Members: Bemidji State; Ala.-Huntsville; Niagara; Robert Morris. Affiliation: NCAA Division I Nickname: Beavers School Colors: Green (PMS 3305) and White Home Ice: John S. Glas Fieldhouse Size (capacity): 200x85 (2,399) President: Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard Athletics Director: Dr. Rick Goeb Assoc. Athletic Director/SWA: Sarah Levesque Head Trainer: Bill Crews Assistant Trainer: Corinne Dauksavage Assistant Trainer: TBA Trainer Phone: (218) 755-2769 Compliance Coordinator: Sarah Levesque Compliance GA: Sara Anderson Compliance Phone: (218) 755-2769 Rink Manager: Vance Balstad Equipment Manager: Justin Enfield Equipment Phone: (218) 755-3292 Ticket Manager: Pamala Papp Ticket Phone: (218) 755-2045 Athletics Office Manager: Debbie Slough Athletics Phone: (218) 755-2941 Athletics Fax: (218) 755-3898

Athletic Media Relations

Director/Hockey: Brad Folkestad (Bemidji St ‘01) Office: (218) 755-4603 Cell: (218) 308-1115 e-mail: bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Ass’t Director: Troy Berneking (UM-Crookston ‘04) Office: (218) 755-2763 e-mail: tberneking@bemidjistate.edu Grad Ass’t: Cedrique Fleming (Kansas St. ‘07) e-mail: cflemming@bemidjistate.edu SID Phone: (218) 755-2763 SID Fax: (218) 755-3898 Hockey Press Box: (218) 755-3700 Web: http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics Mailing Address: Bemidji State University #29 (PE 203) 1500 Birchmont Drive NE Bemidji, MN 56601

Team Information 2007-08 Record: CHA Record: Skaters Returning: Skaters Lost:

17-16-3 13-4-3 (1st) 17 (10-F, 5-D, 2-G) 9 (5-F, 3-D, 1-G)

Program History

First Year of Hockey: 1947-48 First Season in Division I 1998-99 Overall Record: 923-442-81 (53rd year/.667) Division I record: 132-140-33 (10th year/.492) CHA Championships: 3 (2004-05-08) Tournament Champions: 2 (2005-06) Years in Post-Season Play: 28 ...in Div. I Post-Season Play: 2 (2005-06) National Championships: 13 NCAA Division II (5): 1984-93-94-95-97 NCAA Division III (1): 1986 NAIA (7): 1968-69-70-71-73-79-80

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Tom Serratore Alma mater Bemidji State ‘87 Office Phone: (218) 755-2879 e-mail tserratore@bemidjistate.edu Record at BSU: 120-102-28 (8th year) Career Record: 120-102-28 (8th year) Ass’t Coaches (218) 755-2765 Bert Gilling (Minnesota Duluth ‘99) e-mail: bgilling@bemidjistate.edu Ted Belisle (Bemidji State ‘01) e-mail: ebelisle@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant: Ryan Marvin (Brockport State ‘06)

2007-08 Season Outlook

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Bemidji State Season Outlook 2008-09 Team Captains 2008-09 Schedule

BSU History and Records 2-8 3 7

Coaching and Support Staff Head Coach Tom Serratore Assistant Coaches Graduate Assistant

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Bemidji State Beavers 2008-09 Roster & Breakdowns 13 Returning Beaver Bios 14-27 Incoming Beaver Bios 28-29

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2008-09 Opponents Non-Conference Opponents 30-32 CHA Opponents 33 All-Time Series Results 34 Series Results vs Opponents 35-37

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2007-08 Season Recap A Look Back at 2007-08 Schedule & Results Final Team Statistics Final Individual Statistics Game-by-Game Scoring BSU’s Record When... The Last Time 2007-08 Game Recaps 2007-08 Line Combinations

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Beaver National Championships 78-79 BSU’s 31-0-0 Perfect Season 71 Bemidji State Coaching Records 72 Division I-Era Exhibition Results 75 National Playoff History 78-81 2005 NCAA Tournament 80 2006 NCAA Tournament 81 John S. Glas Fieldhouse 82-82 Strength and Conditioning 84-85 Previous BSU Arenas 86

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Our Foundation: Beaver Hockey Alumni Coach R.H. “Bob” Peters BSU All-America Honorees In Memory of Galen Nagle Joel Otto: 1984 Hobey Baker Beaver Hockey Alumni 50 Legends for 50 Years BSU’s Retired Numbers Division I-Era Player Awards Academic Excellence Division I-Era Beavers in Post-Collegiate Hockey BSU Traditions NHL Players & Olympians

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Welcome to Bemidji Bemidji State University BSU Athletics Facilities Beaver Pride Media Information NCAA Rules Compliance BSU Media Outlets BSU Administration BSU Athletics Staff Directory

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College Hockey America College Hockey America 2007-08 CHA Recap CHA Statistical Leaders 2007-08 Players of the Week

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BSU History and Records Year-by-Year Results 58 All-Time Captains 58 Year-by-Year Team Stats 59-60 Indv. Year-by-Year Leaders 61-62 Indv. Career Scoring Leaders 63 Division I-Era Career Leaders 63 All-time Scoring Leaders 64 Defensemen Scoring Leaders 64 Individual Career Records 64 Division I-era Scoring Leaders 63 All-Time Goaltending Leaders 65 Indv. Game & Season Records 65 Team Records 66 Indv. Single-Season Leaders 66 All-Time Hat Trick List 67 All-Time Results 68-77

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The 2008-09 Bemidji State University Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide is a production of the Bemidji State Office of Athletic Media Relations. Executive Editor Assistant Editors Cover Design Interior Covers Interior Design Stats Research Photography Printing

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Copyright © 2008 Bemidji State University. All Rights Reserved. Reprint rights allowed to accredited media outlets only. For additional copies of this guide, contact the BSU Sports Information Office at (218) 755-2763.

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FORWARDS

senior Tyler Scofield

senior Travis WINTER

RETURNING Tyler Scofield Travis Winter Brandon Marino Matt read Tyler Lehrke Matt Francis Ian Lowe Chris McKelvie Ryan Cramer Emil Billberg

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

GP 94 85 80 36 55 34 24 46 31 15

g-a=p 26-46=72 22-36=58 8-24=32 9-18=27 7-10=17 5-10=15 2-8=10 7-1=8 4-3=7 2-1=3

GP 143 129 115 55

g-a=p 33-38=71 33-32=65 15-23=38 6-25=31

NEWCOMERS Last Team Darcy Findlay CJHL-Cornwall Ben Kinne USHL-Sioux City Jamie MacQueen OPJHL-Vaughn Brent Tamane OPJHL-Toronto Shea Walters NAHL-North Iowa

g-a=p 44-38=82 17-26=43 37-38=75 26-34=60 24-60=84

LOST Matt POPE Blaine Jarvis Jake Bluhm Joey Moggach

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he Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey program enters the 2008-09 season with some unfinished business. Despite extending its streak of consecutive seasons of .500-or-better hockey to six with an overall mark of 17-16-3 a year ago en route to capturing its third College Hockey America regular-season title in five years with a league record of 13-4-3, the team skated off the ice in March feeling a bit slighted. Not to discount the team and individual accolades that were achieved in 2007-08, but the Beavers fell one goal shy of meeting their ultimate ambition of having their ticket punched to perform on the biggest stage in collegiate hockey--the NCAA Tournament. Bemidji State boasts one of the most storied traditions in all of hockey. The 52-year history of the program may be best told by the banners that adorn the rafters of John S. Glas Fieldhouse--the home of Beaver Hockey for the last 42 seasons. At BSU, banners have been raised for 13 national championships at the NAIA, NCAA Division II and III levels, 20 conference crowns and two NCAA Division I Tournament berths. The Beavers are quickly approaching 950 all-time wins and have earned those victories at a pace of nearly 70-percent. For the players, being a part of a tradition is not enough. Each time they pull the Green and White on over their hearts, they engage in battle to add to that legacy. Under the direction of eighth-year head coach Tom Serratore, the Beavers have again set their sights high in 2008-09, undoubtably chasing the carrot of a national tournament automatic berth that comes with

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the 2009 CHA Tournament Championship. The BSU 2008-09 roster features 17 players that have returned to Bemidji State with at least one season of college hockey experience under their belts, including the return of 10 forwards, five defenders and two goaltenders. In addition, Bemidji State brings nine newcomers into the fold in the form of eight freshmen and a transfer. The incoming class is made up of five forwards, three blue liners and a goaltender. “I really like what we have coming back this year,” commented Serratore. “I think we are going to be good in goal and pretty deep on the back line. The uncertainty for us this year will be how much scoring depth we have. “I think we have four or five guys that can score at this level, but we actually have quite a few unproven players.” He added, “If we can get some of our young players to mature early and become legitimate scoring threats, we could be in really good shape.” Offensively, the team is coming off a season in which it managed 3.55 goals per game to lead the CHA. The Beavers return 68 percent of their scoring productivity from a year ago headlined by the trio of Travis Winter, Tyler Scofield and Matt Read. Linemates for the bulk of 2007-08, the trio finished the season as the team’s top three scorers combining for 31 goals, 46 assists and 77 points. Defense has come to be a trademark of Beaver hockey over the past few seasons and should be a steady force for Serratore again this winter. The return of five veterans form a unit that allowed a league-low 1.95 goals per game a year ago--just 39 goals in 20 CHA contests--will be the foundation for

Senior Cody Bostock

Junior Chris Peluso

Junior Graham McManamin

RETURNING Yr. Cody BOSTOCK Sr. Chris Peluso Jr. Graham McManamin Jr. Kyle Hardwick Jr. Dan MacIntyre So.

GP 103 62 39 22 11

g-a=p 12-26=38 1-15=16 3-12=15 1-2=3 0-1=1

LOST David DETERDING Riley WESELOWSKI John Vadnais

GP 138 124 47

g-a=p 1-13=14 8-31=39 3-11=14

NEWCOMERS Last Tm Ryan Adams NCAA-Wayne State Brad Hunt BCHL-Burnaby Tyler Jundt NAHL-North Iowa

g-a=p 1-6=7 16-39=55 7-13=20

Goaltenders

senior Orlando ALAMANO

Sophomore Matt DALTON

freshman Dan BAKALA

RETURNING Orlando ALAMANO Sr. Matt DALTON So.

GP GAA/Sv% 14 2.31 / .920 5 3.09 / .854

LOST Matt CLIMIE Sr.

GP GAA/Sv% 95 2.45 / .908

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Captains

senior Cody BOSTOCK

senior Travis Winter

junior Chris McKELVIE

The 2008-09 Bemidji State men’s hockey team will be captained by the trio of Travis Winter, Cody Bostock and Chris McKelvie. Winter has been selected to wear the “C,” while Bostock and McKelvie will serve as alternate captains.

“Captains are an extension of the coach-

ing staff,” stated BSU head coach Tom Serratore. “I lean on our captains often, and they play a vital role in what goes on with this hockey team.

“This year, I think we have three guys

with high character, and who work extremely hard.” He added, “They say and do all the right things and are great leaders on and off the ice.”

Winter captains the team after serving as

an alternate a year ago. He joins an exclusive list of Beaver hockey players to captain the team for two seasons or more.

Bostock, a senior defenseman, and

McKelvie, a junior forward, are both in their first seasons filling the role marked as a leader.

The trio have proven themselves as role

models by their performances on the ice and have been recognized for their hard work and

success in 2008-09. Alternate Captain Cody Bostock will anchor the blue line and mentor a talented young class of rookies as well as serve as a point man on the BSU power-play. In goal, Bemidji State will look to Orlando Alamano and Matt Dalton to backstop a team that ranked among the elite in college hockey a year ago in scoring defense and shutouts with seven.

Forwards

Although the Beavers lost over 200 points of productivity up front at the conclusion of the 2007-08 season with the departure of Matt Pope (33-38=71), Blaine Jarvis (32-33=65), Jake Bluhm (15-23=38) and Joey Moggach (6-25=31), BSU returns 10 forwards, highlighted by 2008 College Hockey America Rookie of the Year Matt Read, 2008-09 Pre-Season All-CHA pick Tyler Scofield and 2008 All-CHA Second Team selection Travis Winter. The trio not only stood as league award winners, they finished the 2007-08 campaign as the Beavers’ top scoring line in addition to being the teams’ top three scorers. Read tallied 9-18=27 points to take the CHA Rookie Scoring title and finish fifth among all league scorers. His 27 point also paced all BSU scoring efforts while his rookie output seats him fifth on BSU Division I-Era freshman scoring charts. In addition to finding the back of the net, Read exhibited a knack for setting his teammates up for success. His total of 18 assists led the team, while his 14 helpers in CHA play placed him fifth among his conference counterparts. “Matt Read was our leading scorer last year as a freshman, which is a difficult thing to achieve,” said Serratore. “He is a high-end hockey player and that’s the simplest way to put it. “We are going to be asking a lot of Matt this year and will lean on him quite heavily.” Serratore added, “After having such a great freshman year, there is

no question we are looking for big things from him again in 2008-09.” The senior duo of Scofield and Winter will be looked upon for leadership and a proven play making ability. Scofield enters the season just 28 points shy of becoming the sixth player in the team’s Division I-era to eclipse the 100-point plateau. The Prince George, British Columbia native capped his junior campaign second on the team with 13 goals a year ago, which included five powerplay markers and a game winner. In total, Scofield posted 26 points to sit on the team second only to Read, recording 13 assists to go with his 13 lamplighters. “Tyler has seen a lot of minutes for us,” Serratore commented. “He is a dynamic skater, has a good shot and he puts himself in places to get scoring chances because of his speed. “After three years I would say he had a good career, but it is our hope that his best year will be his senior year,” added the eighth-year head coach. Winter rolled up 8-15=23 points in 2007-08 to rank third among his teammates. Winter’s hardnosed physical play reaped big benefits for the Beavers. Although his goal-scoring numbers were down a bit from his breakout, First-Team All-CHA sophomore season, the St. Cloud, Minn. native made his goals count. Of his eight goals, five came on the power-play, while three stood as game-winners. “Travis Winter is an extremely well-rounded player,” commented Serratore. “He has outstanding stick skills and a great hockey sense that has allowed him to be very successful the last couple years. With Travis being a senior and our captain this year, we are looking for him to be our rock.” Brandon Marino and Matt Francis round out the Beavers’ senior class of attackers. Marino solidified himself as one of the BSU’s best set up

dedication in off-the-ice training as well as in the classroom.

“Our captains are a testament to the

type of kid we’re bringing into our program,” Serratore said. “These guys come to us as 20-year-old freshmen; they’re not young people, and they’ve been through the juniorhockey wars. When they come to us they already have the values needed to provide leadership to a hockey team.

“Every year, you lose good leaders,”

Serratore said. “It is the job of those guys you lose to set the foundation for the upcoming players.”

“In this program, just because you’re

not wearing a letter doesn’t mean you’re not called upon to lead,” Serratore added. “We have 10-12 other guys whose job it is to serve as leaders for this team - on the ice or off the ice, they’re here to ingrain the values of this program onto our players.” Above: Senior goaltender Orlando Alamano keeps his eyes on a loose puck en route to his first career shutout Oct. 13, 2007 versus Army.

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season with 6-1=7 points. “Chris McKelvie is our fastest skater and can use that speed to create scoring chances for himself.” Serratore went on to say, “Chris is a junior, he is wearing a letter on his jersey this year, and is a lot more confident in his play.” Tyler Lehrke saw his scoring totals increase to 2-8=10 as a sophomore but according to Serratore, statistical totals may not be the best way to judge the value of a player like Lehrke. “Every player has a role on this team. As much as scoring is emphasized, ultimately we have to keep goals out of our net in order to put ourselves in position to win games,” explained Serratore. “Our guys have done a great job of accepting their roles here at Bemidji State. A player like Tyler Lehrke will get some scoring opportunities, but we have him in a role where he is in against the opposition’s top line and we count on him defensively.” Serratore added, “He is a tough, competitive kid that skates very well.” In addition to Read, the Beavers’ sophomore class gained valuable experience down the stretch a year ago and showed plenty of promise. Ian Lowe paced the crew with 2-8=10 points in 24 games--as seven of those points came when Lowe cracked the lineup for BSU’s last 15 contests. “Ian had a great summer in his off-ice training. He has always had the skill to make plays and score, but he returns a step quicker this year and that will help him immensely,” commented Serratore. It may have taken him a while to adjust to collegiate hockey, but in the final month of the season, Ryan Cramer solidified his future as a solid scoring threat for the Beavers. The freshman netted 4-3=7 points, which included a two-goal outing to clinch the 2007-08 Regular-Season Championship March 1. Emil Billberg posted just 2-1=3 points before suffering a season-ending knee injury, but if you asked the coaching staff, the native of Sweden showed that he was making strides transitioning from the European style of hockey to major college hockey.

sophomore forward Matt READ

senior forward Tyler SCOFIELD

junior forward Chris McKelvie Above: Senior center Travis WInter netted a team-high six power-play goals in 2007-08.

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junior defenseman Graham McManamin

senior defenseman Cody BOSTOCK

Billberg potted a goal and an assist versus Minnesota, Duluth as the second half of the season got underway, but his season would come to an abrupt end just two games later due to a knee injury. “In hockey it isn’t so much that you have big scores. Our philosophy is that if you can get a core group of eight to 10 players to score 10 goals or more, your chances of success will increase dramatically.” The eighth year head coach went on to say, “A lot of our depth is pretty even this year. If we could average three to three and a half goals per game this year, we will put ourselves in pretty good shape.” In addition to its core of returning forwards, Bemidji State gains the services of five freshmen attackers for 2008-09. Ben Kinne, Shea Walters, Darcy Findlay, Brent Tamane and Jamie MacQueen will be in the mix for a spot on one of BSU’s front lines. All five have set themselves apart as scorers at each level in which they have competed, the question is just how quickly each will transition to collegiate hockey. Kinne comes to BSU after a season playing for the Sioux City Musketeers in the USHL. Seeing time in each of the Musketeers’ 60 contests, Kinne ranked fifth on the team with 43 points, which included 17 goals and 26 assists. Of his 17 lamplighters, three came on the power play, two were game-winners and one came while the team was short-handed. MacQueen joins Bemidji State after netting 75 points for the Vaughn Vipers and Pickering Panthers in 2007-08. After posting 22 goals and 21 assists and being named OPJHL South Player of the Month for Pickering during the first 32 games of the season, MacQueen was traded to Vaughn for the final 15 games. After swapping jerseys, he registered an additional 15 goals and 17 assists to average nearly two points per game. He also proved himself valuable on special teams potting 11 power-play goals while collecting three short-handed markers. Tamane committed to BSU after playing for the OPJHL’s Toronto Junior Canadians during the last

two seasons. In 2007-08, he led the team in scoring, recording 26 goals and 34 assists in just 40 contests. He left the Junior Canadian program after rolling up 49 goals and 74 assists in 87 games. Findlay is coming off a season in which he accounted for 44 goals and 38 assists for 82 points for the Central Junior A Hockey league’s Cornwall Colts. His 44 goals was nearly double that of any of his teammates and his 82 points placed him eighth on the league’s scoring charts. Walters rounds out a solid freshman class. Last winter he played for North Iowa of the North American Hockey League. There the Hibbing, Minn. native led the team with 84 points, which included 24 goals and league-high 60 assists.

Defensemen

Returning five players from a blue line unit that contributed to a league low 1.95 goals allowed per game, the Beavers come into 2008-09 with plenty of experience, but the loss of David Deterding and Riley Weselowski due to graduation will definitely be felt. The departed seniors were mainstays on the BSU blue line combining for 262 games from 2004-2008. “Sometimes you don’t realize how valuable guys like that are until they are gone,” said Serratore. “We are going to need some of our current players to really step up this year.” BSU’s head coach went on to say, “We have a good core of returning defensemen. We will definitely lean very heavily on Cody Bostock, Graham McManamin and Chris Peluso.” Bostock may be the Beavers’ best all around defender. He returns as the team’s top-scoring backline player after registering seven goals and 12 assists in 2007-08. Of his seven markers, four counted as game-winners--a statistic that led the team and was tops among CHA defensemen. With ten games and just one assist to his name entering the 2007-08 campaign, McManamin burst on to the scene last winter. In 29 games, he piled up three goals

sophomore defenseman Dan MacIntyre Above: Senior forward Tyler Scofield carves his way through the Robert Morris defense.

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Goaltenders “The goaltending spot is up for grabs. There is no question about that,” commented Serratore. The departure of one of BSU’s all-time great netminders in Matt Climie leaves the most obvious question mark for the Beavers in 2008-09, but Serratore is confident in the goaltenders he has returning and feels like they landed a skilled recruit to sweeten the pot. “I feel we are in good shape, but we don’t have much experience back there, said Serratore, “But with that said, I have the utmost confidence in Orlando Alamano and Matt Dalton and we really like our incoming freshman Danny Bakala.” Despite Climie grabbing many of the headlines and seeing a majority of the time in net a year ago, Alamano was no slouch. He finished the season leading the team with a goals-against average of 1.99 and save percentage of .921 marking the second consecutive season he has led Beaver goaltenders in both categories. He posted an overall record of 2-5-0, but his record may not be 100-percent representative of the way he played. Of his five losses, four were by a total of four goals including two 1-0 losses. He opened the season with a 3-0 shutout over Army--the first of his career, but Alamano may best be remembered for a 1-0 loss to then-No. 2 North Dakota. The junior stood on his head keeping the Beavers in the game for 55 minutes before T.J. Oshie helped the Fighting Sioux to a 1-0 victory with a tremendous individual effort. Alamano stopped 31 of 32 shots in the game but took the loss. Sophomore Matt Dalton saw time in five games as a freshman. He struggled early in the season but gained confidence as 2007-08 rolled on. He finished the season with a 3.09 goals-against average, while posting a .845 save percentage and a record of 1-3-0. Drawing time versus four of the Beavers’ five WCHA opponents, Dalton backstopped the team to a 2-0 victory over Minnesota, Duluth as the team began the second half of the season, posting 25 saves.

senior forward Travis WINTER

senior goaltender Orlando ALAMANO

sophomore goaltender Matt DALTON Above: Sophomore forward Matt Read led the team in scoring in 2007-08 with 9-18-27 points.

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Special Teams: Power Play

senior forward Brandon MARINO

sophomore forward Ryan Cramer

Bemidji State took big strides last year on the power play doubling their goal scoring output on the man advantage to 36 goals in 172 chances to finish the season with the ninth most potent power-play unit in the country. In conference play, the Beavers were secondto-none. Despite posting the CHA’s lowest power play total with 89 chances, the Beavers scored on nearly one out of every three opportunities to record a league-leading 29.3-percent efficiency. For the second consecutive season, Travis Winter was one of BSU’s leading power-play producers, equalling graduated senior Blaine Jarvis with six goals on the man advantage. His five power-play goals in CHA play was a team best and seated him among the league’s top three in power-play goals. With 11 of the team’s 36 power-play goals lost to graduation, Winter will likely play a vital role on the Beavers’ power-play unit again in 2008-09. Other likely sources of point production will be senors Tyler Scofield and Cody Bostock and sophomore Matt Read. Scofield potted five power-play goals a year ago while Bostock and Read each contributed four. Read’s 4-6=10 points up a man tied him for fourth among his league counterparts in power-play point production. Scofield has consistently displayed the ability to create with both his stick and his speed and that is magnified when the Beavers hold the man advantage. Whether he is scoring goals or finding the open player, he will be a vital cog to the BSU power-play machine. When talking power-play weapons, one of the most evident of 2007-08 was the heavy stick of Cody Bostock. Bostock made it tough on opposing goaltenders using his strength and accuracy to net four power-play goals. Bostock not only led BSU defenders in powerplay point production, he was also seated alone atop the CHA defensive scoring charts as well. BSU’s 2008 CHA Rookie of the Year, Matt Read proved he could light the lamp last winter leading the team in scoring and it was no different on the

power play. A regular on BSU’s special teams until, Read netted five power-play goals on the season. In CHA play his four tallies up a man advantage ranked second while he also piled up six assists to finish the season ranked fourth in the conference with 10 power-play points.

Special Teams: Penalty Kill The BSU penalty kill unit was nothing short of a dead end for its opponents in 2007-08. The Beavers finished the season ranked 12th in the country snuffing out 86.3-percent, or 164 of 190, opponent power-play chances and fell just a fraction of a percentage point shy of setting a Division I-era team record for efficiency. Under Serratore, the penalty kill has become the team’s identity and the team used that as its calling card again in 2007-08. BSU set the league standard for penalty-kill efficiency for the fourth consecutive season and the fifth in seven seasons under its current head coach. The Beavers held their CHA opponents scoreless on 90 of 98 power-play chances. In addition, the team added three short-handed goals. As an example of just how potent the BSU penalty-kill was, the Beavers held their opponents scoreless on the power-play in 21 of 36 games a year ago which translated into a 14-5-2 record. “Every year, the penalty kill is one of Bemidji State’s strengths,” Serratore said. “It is something we hang our hat on; we’re aggressive in the zone and we’re very aggressive up ice. Our philosophy on the penalty kill is to make teams beat us – we’re not going to lay back. If there is a breakdown, we look to our goaltenders to back us up.”

2008-09 Schedule Seventeen home contests, 10 non-conference games scheduled against Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) opponents, eight games versus NCAA Tournament participants and a holiday tournament at Dartmouth highlight Bemidji State University’s 36-game schedule for 2008-09. In addition to the Beavers’ 18-game College Hockey

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Date Opponent Location Time Arena Conf Oct. 10-11 at Minnesota State Mankato, Minn. 7:37/7:07 p.m. Alltel Center WCHA Oct. 17-18 at Air Force Colorado Springs, Colo. 8:05/8:05 p.m. Cadet Ice Arena AH Oct. 24-25 St. Cloud State Bemijdi, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse WCHA Oct. 31-Nov. 1 Manitoba (Exh.) Bemidji, Minn. 7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse CW Nov. 7-8 at u Alabama-Huntsville Huntsville, Ala. 7:05/7:05 p.m. Von Braun Center CHA Nov. 21-22 at u Niagara Niagara, N.Y. 6:00/6:00 p.m. Dwyer Arena CHA Nov. 28-29 Michigan Tech Bemidji, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse WCHA Dec. 5-6 u Alabama-Huntsville Bemidji, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse CHA 1 Dec. 28 vs. Massachusettes Hanover, N.H. 3:00 p.m. Thompson Arena HE 1 Dec. 29 vs. Army/Dartmouth Hanover, N.H. 3:00/6:00 p.m. Thompson Arena AH/ECAC Jan. 2 North Dakota Bemidji, Minn. 7:35 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse WCHA Jan. 3 North Dakota Grand Forks, N.D. 7:37 p.m. Ralph Englestad Arena WCHA Jan. 16-17 at Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minn. 7:07/7:07 p.m. Duluth Entertainment & Convention Center WCHA Jan. 23-24 u Niagara Bemidji, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse CHA Jan. 30-31 at u Robert Morris Moon Township, Pa. 6:35/6:35 p.m. RMU Island Sports Center CHA Feb. 6-7 u Alabama-Huntsville Bemidji, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse CHA Feb. 14-15 at u Robert Morris Moon Township, Pa. 6:35/4:05 p.m. RMU Island Sports Center CHA Feb. 19-20 at u Niagara Niagara, N.Y. 6:05/6:05 p.m. Dwyer Arena WCHA Feb. 27-28 USA U-18 Team (Exh.) Bemidji, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse CHA Mar. 6-7 u Robert Morris Bemijdi, Minn. 7:35/7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse CHA Mar. 13-14 CHA Tournament Bemijdi, Minn. TBA Dwyer Arena Mar. 27-29 NCAA Regionals Host Sites TBA TBA Apr. 9 & 11 Frozen Four Washinigton, D.C. TBA Verizon Center bold= home game at BSU’s John S. Glas Fieldhouse // u- College Hockey America game // 1- Ledyard National Bank Classic

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2008-09 Season Preview America (CHA) line-up, 14 non-conference contests and a pair of tilts versus the University of Manitoba and the USA Under-18 squad round out the schedule. For the second consecutive season, the Beavers will play 17 contests on their home ice. The team’s 17 home games match three other seasons for the most games played at the John Glas Fieldhouse in a season since the Beavers played 18 during the 1979-80 campaign. BSU also hosted 17 contests in 1999-2000, 2004-05 and last winter. “This is going to be an exciting year of Beaver Hockey. We play five WCHA teams in addition to our CHA schedule and non-conference games versus Air Force, Manitoba and the USA Under-18 Team.” Serratore added, “We’re also headed to the Dartmouth Tournament, which will be a wonderful experience for us. It is always nice to play in a tournament-type setting to get you ready for playoffs.” The Beavers draw the curtain on the 2008-09 slate with four consecutive road games. Minnesota State University, Mankato is first on the docket hosting the Beavers for an Oct. 10-11 series. BSU has opened the season earlier in the calendar year only one time, in 2005-06 when the Beavers broke the seal on the 2005-06 season with an Oct. 7-8 series at University of Minnesota, Duluth. The following weekend the Beavers travel west to Colorado Springs, Colo. to rekindle a rivalry with former CHA foe Air Force. The two-game set marks the first time the Beavers and Falcons, coached by brothers Tom and Frank Serratore respectively, have met since AFA left the CHA in 2005-06 and is only the fifth and sixth times the teams have met as non-conference opponents. The home portion of the schedule is set to begin Oct. 24-25 when BSU welcomes 2008 NCAA tournament participant St. Cloud State University to the John Glas. The series versus the Huskies dates back to 1948 and is the second consecutive season the Beavers have faced the WCHA squad, but will mark the first time the Huskies have played the Beavers on their home ice since the front half of a home-andhome series early in the 2001-02 campaign. The Beavers continue play at the Glas the following weekend (Oct. 31-Nov. 1) with a first-ever series versus Manitoba. Although the Beavers and Bison have met on five other occasions since BSU made the jump to the major college hockey level in 1999-2000, the series marks the first time the teams have played on back-to-back nights. The CHA season officially gets underway Nov. 7-8 as Bemidji State makes its only trip to Huntsville, Ala. to face long-time rival University of AlabamaHuntsville. After a week off, BSU jumps right back into league play with a pair of road tilts at 2008 CHA Tournament Champion and NCAA Tournament participant Niagara University. “It’s interesting,” Serratore commented about the 2008-09 CHA schedule. “With a four-team league we had to figure out how to make a conference schedule work. We decided on a balanced, six-game schedule against each team for a total of 18 conference games.”

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Serratore went on to say, “This particular year we are only home for eight of those games and on the road for 10 so there is no question it will be a challenge for us to repeat as CHA Champions.” The Beavers break from conference play Nov. 28-29 to host Michigan Tech University. Meeting the WCHA foe for just the fourth time ever, MTU will make its trip to Bemidji, Minn. Dec. 5-6, BSU hosts Alabama-Huntsville before a two-week break for the holidays. The Beavers return to action with a trip to the east coast during which BSU has the potential to play two first-time opponents. The Beavers open the event with a rare Sunday afternoon matchup versus firsttime foe University of Massachusetts (UMASS) Dec. 28 while Dartmouth will host Army. Winners of the first day’s games will play each other Monday (Dec. 29) while the losers play each other in the classic format event. If BSU draws Dartmouth on the second day, it will also mark the first time the teams have met. Just three days later, BSU enters into a home-andhome series with regional foe and 2008 NCAA Final Four qualifier University of North Dakota. The Beavers host the Fighting Sioux to open the calendar year, Jan. 2, and will make the 100-mile trip west on Highway 2 for a 7:35 p.m. contest at Ralph Engelstad Arena. BSU hits the road for its second consecutive series versus a WCHA opponent Jan. 16-17 with a pair of road contests at Minnesota Duluth in a battle for the “Babe the Blue Ox” traveling trophy. Of the Beavers’ final 14 games of the 2008-09 regular season, 14 come versus CHA foes setting up a stretch run to the conference title. January 2324, BSU hosts Niagara before traveling to Robert Morris for a two-game set Jan. 30-31. The Beavers are back home versus Alabama-Huntsville Feb. 6-7 before making their second trip to RMU in the span of two weeks. The Saturday and Sunday series accommodates for a long road trip during which BSU will play four CHA games in just six days. The Beavers continue their road swing with an immediate trip to Western New York to face Niagara in a Thursday/Friday series (Feb. 19-20). BSU then breaks from CHA competition Feb. 27-28 to host the USA Under-18 team before capping the regular season at the Glas for a two-game series versus Robert Morris--BSU’s only home contests versus the Colonials. At the conclusion of the regular season, BSU will participate in the CHA Tournament attempting to claim its third title in six years. For the second time in the history of the tournament, Bemidji State will host, but the Leage will make its home at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse this time around. “Hosting postseason tournaments is a tradition we are proud of here at Bemidji State,” commented Serratore. “From the years we hosted NCAA tournaments at the small-college level to the CHA Tournament in Grand Rapids four years ago, the events have been second-to-none and we expect the same here in 2009.”

junior defenseman Chris PELUSO

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Head Coach Tom Serratore

unning down a list of Tom Serratore’s list of achievements as head men’s ice hockey coach at Bemidji State, one might think he has assembled a lengthy and respected career. After all, Serratore has only:

As for Serratore’s career... Respected? Without question. Lengthy? Anything but. Serratore has led Bemidji State’re remarkable rise from a floundering Division I neophyte to national heights and back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament after just seven short seasons.

• led BSU to College Hockey America regular-season championships in 2004, 2005 and 2008, the 18th, 19th and 20th conference titles, respectively, in BSU’s storied men’s ice hockey history but its first at the NCAA Division I level.

The legacy Serratore was asked to continue when named the seventh head coach at Bemidji State in 2001 was one of the finest in all of college athletics. Serratore was hand-selected to succeed future Hockey Hall of Fame member R.H. “Bob” Peters, who won 702 games and 13 national championships at Bemidji State while carving out one of the true dynasties in the history of athletics at any level.

• directed BSU to championship-game appearances in the CHA Tournament in a league-record four consecutive seasons (2003-06). • led BSU to the CHA Tournament championship in 2005 and 2006, becoming the first CHA program to garner back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament. • directed BSU to a record of .500 or better during the last six seassons. • helped BSU become only the second CHA program to win both the league regular-season and tournament crowns during the same campaign, achieving that feat in 2005. • helped BSU earn its first Division I-era invitation to the NCAA Tournament on the strength of its 2005 CHA Tournament win. • oversaw the first Division I-era BSU program to be nationally-ranked in the USA Today poll, when the Beavers earned a nod at No. 15 on Oct. 17, 2005. • is a three-time College Hockey America Coach of the Year (2004, 2005, 2008). • has been named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, awarded to the National Coach of the Year, four times.

“I can’t approximate what Coach Peters did at BSU. No coach can,” Serratore said. Conventional sports wisdom has long contended it is never wise to follow a legend, but Serratore has never been one to shy away from a challenge. His remarkable resume and the arrival of Bemidji State as a legitimate Division I program proves Serratore is more than comfortable following a legend, and his achievements over the last seven years have him well on the path to a legend of his own. BSU has been more successful during each year of the Serratore era improving from 12 victories during his inaugural 2001-02 season to 14-14-8, then to 20-13-3 in 2003-04 and ultimately to 23-13-1 in 2005-06. The Beavers finished 4-26-4 in 2000-01, the year before Serratore took over, giving the Beavers an 18-game improvement under his guidance. And Serratore is already just the second coach in BSU history to coach in more than 175 games, while his 120 career wins rank him second all-time at the school.

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Head Coach Tom Serratore Back-to-Back NCAA Tournament Berths

Bemidji State’s 2005-06 season seemed neatly divided into three distinct and radically different thirds - two highly successful, and one much less so. The Beavers garnered national recognition and charged into the Top 15 of the USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine poll for the first time as a Division I program after a record-setting start, suffered through a difficult stretch in December and January, then closed with a rally which saw BSU capture a share of second place in the CHA regular-season race on the season’s final day and win a second consecutive CHA Tournament. Serratore’s Beavers opened the season in historic fashion, opening 4-0-0 on the strengths of back-to-back sweeps of Western Collegiate Hockey Association programs. BSU posted its first-ever sweep of Minn.Duluth on the road to open, then picked up its first sweep of Minnesota State since 1994 in its home-opening series. The four-game sweep propelled BSU into a national ranking for the first time as a Division I program, opening a two-week run as the nation’s No. 15-ranked team on Oct. 17, 2005. BSU pushed that start to 8-2-0, the team’s best 10-game start as a Division I program. The Beaver schedule became more difficult from there, however, and a 4-3 loss to Niagara opened an 11-game stretch which saw them go 2-6-3. A road sweep at the hands of Ala.-Huntsville saw BSU at 13-10-3, but from there the Beavers rallied and won seven of their final 11 games. The Beavers retaliated for the road sweep at Huntsville by sweeping the Chargers, 3-1 and 5-0, on the final weekend of the regular season to erase a four-point deficit and tie for second in the CHA regular season standings. BSU continued that hot streak by again defeating Ala.-Huntsville, this time rallying from 3-1 down in the third to post a 4-3 overtime win in the CHA Tournament semifinals. A 4-2 win over CHA regular-season champion Niagara in the CHA Tournament championship game gave BSU a second consecutive tourney crown and made it the CHA’s first repeat visitor to the NCAA Tournament. There, BSU again squared off with a team eventually crowned national champion in the first round, as the Beavers were bested by Wisconsin. BSU placed two skaters on the All-CHA first team for the fourth consecutive year as Luke Erickson and Andrew Martens were honored for their efforts on the ice. Tyler Scofield and Cody Bostock earned spots on the All-Rookie Team. Academically, it was business as usual for Serratore’s Beavers. BSU tied its own conference single-season record by placing 16 players on the Academic All-CHA Team, extending its streak of consecutive seasons leading CHA in all-academic picks to four. Lou Garritan, Jean-Guy Gervais and Ryan Huddy brought BSU’s all-time number of three-time All-CHA selections to 11. The record-tying group of honorees brought BSU’s all-time total to 76 Academic All-CHA picks, and its 69 picks in five seasons under Serratore is far and away most in the league. Niagara is a distant second with 55 selections.

BSU’s First NCAA Appearance Serratore helped lead Bemidji State to its most-successful Division I season in 2004-05, finishing with a 23-13-1 record, setting a school Division I-era record for wins in a season and posting the second-most wins in a season by any team in the six-year history of College Hockey America, and tying its own CHA single-season record with 16 wins in league play. BSU became just the third College Hockey America program to capture both the R.H. “Bob” Peters Cup, awarded to the CHA regular-season

Personal Information Home town: Coleraine, Minn. Alma Mater: Bemidji St. ‘87 (B.A. education) Family: wife Cindy, children Matt, Megan and Emily

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Ass’t Coach - WCHA All-Stars Spencer Penrose Award finalist College Hockey America Coach of the Year Spencer Penrose Award finalist College Hockey America Coach of the Year Spencer Penrose Award finalist College Hockey America Coach of the Year Spencer Penrose Award finalist

champions, and the Bruce McLeod Cup, awarded to the CHA Tournament champions, in the same season. As the CHA Tournament champions, BSU earned its first berth in the NCAA Tournament since making the jump to Division I in 1999. There, the Beavers garnered national attention for taking No. 1 Denver into overtime before falling, 4-3, in the semifinals of the Northeast Regional. Four Beavers earned All-College Hockey America honors, and for the third consecutive season two BSU skaters were named First Team All-CHA. Senior captain Andrew Murray was one of two unanimous FirstTeam All-CHA selections and became the first skater in league history to capture both CHA Player of the Year and CHA Student-Athlete of the Year honors in the same season. Senior defenseman Peter Jonsson joined Murray on the All-CHA First Team; senior wing Brendan Cook was named Second-Team All-CHA and freshman goalie Matt Climie, the CHA Tournament MVP, was named to the CHA All-Rookie Team. BSU continued its recent domination of the Academic All-CHA Team. BSU led the league in Academic All-CHA picks with 14 , seven of which were repeat selections from 2004. Brendan Cook, Peter Jonsson and Andrew Murray became BSU’s sixth, seventh and eighth three-time Academic All-CHA picks. For the third time in four seasons at BSU, Serratore’s achievements were recognized nationally as he was named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, given annually to the National Coach of the Year by the American Hockey Coaches Association.

Serratore Engineers First CHA Title Serratore, the 2004 College Hockey America Coach of the Year, helped lead Bemidji State to a 20-13-3 finish, marking the program’s first 20-win season since making the jump to Division I in 1999. BSU also captured the R.H. “Bob” Peters Cup, awarded to the CHA regular-season champions. The regular-season title was the first conference championship in BSU’s Division I era. En route to the title, Bemidji State set a school record for points in CHA play (33) and set a conference record with 16 victories in CHA play. The Beavers finished with a five-point cushion over second-place Niagara, the largest margin by any winner of the six Division I men’s hockey conferences. The Beavers led CHA in scoring and scoring defense, finished with the second-best power-play percentage in CHA games in league history, and were just the sixth team in league history to post a power-play efficiency of .200 or better. But again, BSU’s ultimate goal of an NCAA Tournament berth was just out of reach. For the second consecutive season, BSU was defeated by a single goal in the championship game of the CHA Tournament. During the season, BSU defeated eventual Frozen Four participant Minnesota-Duluth, posted four-game season sweeps of three CHA opponents, including its first-ever road sweeps at Findlay and Wayne State, snapped an eight-game road losing streak at Ala.-Huntsville, shut out NCAA Tournament participant Niagara, and won at Niagara for the first time. Serratore’s 2004 Bemidji State team tied a school record with six All-CHA honorees, including a second consecutive season with two FirstTeam All-CHA picks. Junior forward Brendan Cook and senior defenseman Bryce Methven were named to the All-CHA first team, while junior forward Riley Riddell, senior defenseman Anders Olsson and senior goaltender

Head Coaching History

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college Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Totals

overall NCAA 12-18-5 14-14-8 20-13-3 23-13-1 NE Semifinals 20-14-3 MW Semifinals 14-14-5 17-16-3 120-102-28 (7 years)

Assistant Coaching History

year 1993-94 1994-98 1998-01

college St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Bemidji State

position assistant associate head associate head

Tom Serratore’s Milestone Victories 1 Oct. 12, 2001 vs Minn. State-Mankato (W, 7-6)* 25 Mar. 14, 2003 vs Findlay (W, 4-0) 43a Feb. 27, 2004 at Air Force (W, 7-4) 50 Nov. 19, 2004 at Niagara (W, 5-3) 75 Nov. 11, 2005 at Wayne State (Mich.) (W, 4-1) 100 Feb. 16, 2007 at Ala.-Huntsville (W, 4-3) * coaching debut / a= moved into 2nd on BSU career list

BSU All-Time Coaching Victories 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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Serratore vs All Foes Atlantic Hockey uArmy uAir Force Bentley Connecticut Sacred Heart Total

2-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-2 7-1-2

College Hockey America Air Force uAlabama-Huntsville Findlay uNiagara uRobert Morris Wayne State (Mich.) Total

18-1-1 20-13-2 10-1-3 12-13-6 10-6-1 23-8-4 93-42-18

CCHA Ferris State Lake Superior State Nebraska-Omaha Western Michigan Total

3-3-0 1-2-1 0-2-0 2-2-0 6-9-1

ECAC Clarkson uDartmouth Union College Total

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

Hockey East Merrimack Maine uMassachusetts Total

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

WCHA Colorado College Denver Michigan Tech Minnesota uMinnesota Duluth uMinnesota State uNorth Dakota uSt. Cloud State Wisconsin Total

1-2-0 0-3-0 0-2-0 0-4-0 7-7-0 5-7-2 0-8-1 0-6-0 0-1-0 13-40-3

u 2008-09 opponents

CHA Tournament Air Force Alabama-Huntsville Findlay Niagara Robert Morris Wayne State (Mich.) Total

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

NCAA Tournament Denver Wisconsin Total

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

BSU Shutouts Under Serratore 10/26/2001 vs Connecticut 10/27/2001 vs Connecticut 11/15/2002 at Wayne State (Mich.) 3/7/2003 at Air Force 3/8/2003 at Air Force 3/14/2003 vs Findlay 1/30/2004 vs Findlay 3/6/2004 vs Niagara 11/13/2004 vs Bentley 2/4/2005 vs Wayne State 2/12/2005 at Robert Morris 3/13/2005 vs Air Force 3/14/2005 vs Ala.-Huntsville 1/6/2006 at Robert Morris 3/4/2006 vs Ala.-Huntsville 11/11/2006 vs Robert Morris 12/1/2006 at Wayne State (Mich.) 10/13/2007 vs Army 11/3/2007 vs Niagara 11/9/2007 at Ala.-Huntsville 12/8/2007 vs Ala.-Huntsville 1/5/2008 vs Minnesota Duluth 1/11/2008 at Ala.-Huntsville 1/26/2008 vs Robert Morris

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Grady Hunt were named to the second team. Freshman wing Luke Erickson earned CHA Rookie of the Year honors, becoming the second BSU player under Serratore’s watch to be so honored.

Bemidji State’s Return to Contention Bemidji State entered the 2002-03 campaign with one goal in mind - win the College Hockey America postseason tournament and earn the league’s first-ever automatic qualifier to the NCAA Championships. The Beavers fell just one goal shy of that lofty achievement, dropping a 3-2 decision to Wayne State (Mich.) in the championship game of the CHA Tournament. Still, the 2002-03 campaign continued the evolution of the Bemidji State program into a legitimate Division I presence and the team set several Division I-era team standards. Serratore led BSU to a .500 finish for the first time as a Division I program and assembled a Division I-era record seven-game unbeaten streak (6-0-1), which was snapped in their CHA championship-game loss. The team’s run to the CHA Tournament championship was remarkable on a number of fronts. Entering the fray as the fourth seed after a 10-6-4, 24-point regular-season campaign, Serratore’s Beavers became the lowest seed to advance to the title game in the four-year history of the Tournament, and also became the first team to knock the tournament’s No. 1 seed out of the field before the title game. Serratore’s Beavers also gained notoriety for playing an NCAA single-season record 15 overtime contests, including a school-record five in a row to open the season. Along the way, BSU set school records for ties in a season (eight, tied for fifth-most in NCAA history) and overtime wins in a season (four). Key to the team’s historic success in 2002-’03 was its play on defense. In front of junior goaltender Grady Hunt, the Beavers assembled one of the program’s finest defensive performances in decades. BSU led College Hockey America and tied for 16th in the nation by allowing just 2.72 goals per game. Offensively, senior Marty Goulet became the program’s first Division I-era player to score 100 career points, and he also became the first-ever repeat FirstTeam All-CHA pick. Defenseman Bryce Methven also earned First-Team All-CHA honors, making BSU the

third program in CHA history to have three players named First-Team All-Conference the same season.

Serratore’s Strong Debut

A stellar debut campaign in 2001-’02 left little doubt that Serratore would rekindle BSU’s past hockey glory. In his rookie season as BSU’s head coach, the Beavers dramatically improved as a team in their third year of life as an NCAA Division I program. BSU’s 12-18-5 record in 2001-02 marked an eight and one-half game improvement from a 4-26-4 finish in 2000-01. In addition, BSU’s 12 regular-season wins tied the 1999-00 team for most by a Beaver team in a Division I season (since broken). From Jan. 26-Feb. 9, 2002, the Beavers put together a five-game unbeaten streak which tied the school Division I-era record (since broken). Serratore led the Beavers on an impressive run through College Hockey America. The Beavers enjoyed a 21-day run tied atop the CHA standings, the first time BSU had been in first place in the conference since Jan. 1, 2000. BSU eventually finished second in the league and earned a first-round bye in the CHA Tournament. BSU also posted the program’s third-best single season with 22 points in CHA play, surpassed only by a 23-point (8-8-1) season in 1999-2000, the league’s inaugural season, and a record 24-point campaign in 2002-03. Under Serratore’s guidance, right wing Marty Goulet was named First-Team All-CHA while center Riley Riddell earned CHA Rookie of the Year and SecondTeam All-CHA honors. Goaltender Grady Hunt, a four-time CHA Defensive Player of the Week winner during the 2001-02 season, also earned Second-Team All-CHA honors. In addition, three Beavers - Riddell, center Andrew Murray and defenseman Anders Olsson - were named to the CHA All-Rookie Team. Serratore was eventually named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, given annually to the national coach of the year as voted by the American Hockey Coaches Association. Serratore took over the reigns for BSU after having spent the previous three seasons as the associate head coach for R.H. “Bob” Peters. Brought on board in August 1998, Serratore helped Peters oversee the transition of the BSU program from a small-college dynasty to the ranks of Division I.

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BErt Gilling

Ryan Marvin

Assistant Coach / Recruiting Coordinator Bemidji State 2001 Sixth Season at Bemidji State

Assistant Coach Minnesota Duluth 1999 Tenth Season at Bemidji State

Graduate Assistant Coach Brockport State 2006 First Season at Bemidji State

ed Belisle is entering his sixth season on the coaching staff at his alma mater. Belisle was a captain on BSU’s 2000-2001 team, the program’s second year at the Division I level and its final season under legendary head coach R.H. “Bob” Peters. Belisle serves as Bemidji State’s recruiting coordinator, oversees the program’s forwards and assists in the day-to-day operations of the team monitoring academics, strength and conditioning programs and video. Belisle came to BSU for the 2003-04 season and has helped the team to its first three 20-win seasons in BSU’s Division I era (2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06) and to the championship game of the CHA Tournament in five of six years with back-to-back championships in 2005 and 2006. He was on the bench when BSU captured its first Division I-era conference title with a 2005 CHA regular-season crown and helped guide the first CHA program to make consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament (2005, 2006). Belisle has recruited or helped recruit BSU standouts such as Matt Climie, BSU’s career leader in goals against average, shutouts, a two-time First Team All-CHA pick and the 2005 CHA Pre-Season Player of the Year, as well as 2008-09 seniors Tyler Scofield and Cody Bostock and 2008 CHA Rookie of teh Year Matt Read. Belisle joined Tom Serratore’s staff after a two-year stint as a scout and assistant coach in the United States Hockey League. After serving one year on the scouting staff for the Sioux City Musketeers, Belisle spent the 2002-03 season as an assistant with the Sioux Falls Stampede. There, he oversaw recruiting, coached the team’s defensive corps and was involved in budget management and day-to-day team operations. Belisle served as interim head coach for the Stampede for the last eight games of the 2002-03 season. He took over for Tony Gasparini, who left his position as head coach in March 2003 in a mutual agreement with the franchise. The Stampede went 3-5 under his guidance. Belisle played four years at Bemidji State from 1997-2001, during the program’s transitional era into Division I. He played 90 games at forward during his career, scoring 10-12=22 points.

The Belisle File

Birthdate: Dec. 1, 1976 Home town: Nipigon, Ontario, Canada Alma mater: Bemidji State ‘01 Family: wife, Jennifer

B

ert Gilling is in his eighth season as assistant coach at Bemidji State and his 10th year overall as a member of the program’s coaching staff. Gilling holds responsibilites overseeing the defensive corps and serves as the program’s academic advisor and strength and conditioning coach. As academic advisor, Gilling has helped raise BSU’s team overall GPA to 3.5. Under his guidance, BSU has placed a CHA-leading 101 student-athletes on the Academic All-CHA team, including a leaguerecord 18 picks in 2008. Additionally, BSU has had nine Academic All-District honorees and in 2005 Peter Jonsson was named First-Team Academic AllAmerica. Gilling joined Serratore’s staff after having served as an assistant under R.H. “Bob” Peters from 1999 until Peters’ retirement in 2001. Under Peters, Gilling held responsibilities for game-plan preparation, practice sessions, video breakdown and also served as the team’s bench and defensive coach. He held numerous other responsibilities within the program ranging from recruiting to academic advising to strength and conditioning. As a player, Gilling was a four-year letterwinner, senior captain and member of the 1998-99 Captain’s Committee at Minnesota Duluth. There, he built a reputation as one of the finest defensemen in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. He was nominated for WCHA Defensive Player of the Year in 1997-98 and was a member of the 1998 WCHA All-Star Team which played in Zug, Switzerland. He won awards as Duluth’s top freshman and won the team’s Bob Junkert Plus/ Minus Award in 1995-96. A native of Alexander, Manitoba, Gilling played with the Estevan Bruins of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey league from 1992-95. During his career, he won two team MVP (1994, 1995) and two team Most Valuable Defenseman (1994, 1995) awards, was the Most Valuable Rookie during 1992-93 and won the inaugural Bill Shinske Ethics Award in 1995. Gilling has also compiled an impressive academic resume. In 1999, Gilling was a nominee for the College Hockey Humanitarian Award and WCHA Student Athlete of the Year, and was named Rasmussen Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year at Duluth. Gilling was a three-time Academic All-WCHA honoree, a member of the Dean’s List and received the Top Scholastic Player award from his junior club in 1993. He began graduate work at BSU in 1999 and in 2000 won a Beck Scholarship.

The Gilling File Birthdate: Home town: Alma mater: Post-graduate: Family:

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Dec. 31, 1974 Killarney, Manitoba, Canada Minn.-Duluth ‘99 (BA, applied arts) Bemidji State 2001 (MS - sports studies) wife, Sheila; daughter Kyra

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y a n Marvin is in his first season on the Bemidji State coaching staff, serving as the team’s graduate assistant coach. He brings leadership honed competing as a player and a coach from coast to coast. He comes to BSU after a one-year stint as the head coach of the Valencia (Calif.) Flyers of the Western States Hockey League. Marvin led the Junior A Tier III Flyers to a .540 winning percentage and into the post-season in hi first season as a head coach. Prior to his appointment with Valencia, Marvin served as an assistant coach at Morrisville State College, a NCAA Division III institution in New York. A native of California, Marvin in familiar with New York. He played his entire collegiate career in the northeast. After helping Morrisville to a NJCAA Region III Championship, he led the mustangs to a trip to the National championship before bowing out. For his efforts he was named to the league’s all-rookie team. IN 2003-04 Marvin was a member of the Buffalo State men’s hockey team before capping his career at Brockport State, where he was an assistant captain in 2006. Marvin also has roller hockey playing experience. Marvin is no stranger to Minnesota. He pent the better part of the last four summers in Northern Minnesota as a coach and instructor at Minnesota Hockey Camps in Deerwood, Minn. Marvin has attained Level 4 Certification by USA Hockey and has been a contributing writer to USA Hockey Magazine.

Support Staff

ice rink manager Vance BALSTAD

head trainer Bill CREWS

faculty athletics rep Dr. Doug LEIF

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Roster Breakdown

Alphabetical Roster

No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 33 35

Name Matt Dalton Tyler Jundt Ryan Adams Dan MacIntyre Graham McManamin Darcy Findlay Cody Bostock Travis Winter Chris Peluso Shea Walters Tyler Scofield Brent Tamane Ryan Cramer Emil Billberg Matt Francis Matt Read Ben Kinne Brandon Marino Ian Lowe Chris McKelvie Tyler Lehrke Kyle Hardwick Jamie MacQueen Brad Hunt Dan Bakala Orlando Alamano

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

Retired Numbers

10 24

Bryan Grand Joel Otto

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

F 1967-70 F 1980-84

Geographical Breakdown United States Alaska California Minnesota North Dakota

12 1 2 8 1

Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba Ontario Quebec

13 1 4 2 5 1

Sweden

1

Class Breakdown Upperclassmen Seniors Juniors

11 6 5

Underclassmen Sophomores Freshmen

15 7 8

Position Breakdown Forwards Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

15 4 2 4 5

Defensemen Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

8 1 3 2 2

Goaltenders Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

3 1 0 1 1

2008-09 alphabetical roster

No 3 35 33 16 7 15 1 6 17 27 29 2 20 26 22 4 28 21 23 5 9 19 13 14 11 8

Name Ryan Adams Orlando Alamano Dan Bakala Emil Billberg Cody Bostock (A) Ryan Cramer Matt Dalton Darcy Findlay Matt Francis Kyle Hardwick Brad Hunt Tyler Jundt Ben Kinne Tyler Lehrke Ian Lowe Dan MacIntyre Jamie MacQueen Brandon Marino Chris McKelvie (A) Graham McManamin Chris Peluso (PIT) Matt Read Tyler Scofield Brent Tamane Shea Walters Travis Winter (C)

HEAD COACH: ASSISTANT COACH: ASSISTANT COACH: GRADUATE ASSISTANT:

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

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

Wt 189 178 185 195 200 210 189 205 176 205 168 190 190 175 170 195 185 180 190 215 190 185 164 160 180 195

Yr S/C So. L Sr. L Fr. L So. L Sr. L So. R So. L Fr. R Sr. R Jr. L Fr. L Fr. R Fr. L Jr. R So. R So. L Fr. L Sr. R Jr. L Jr. R Jr. L So. R Sr. L Fr. L Fr. R Sr. L

Birthday 9/12/86 11/18/83 12/23/87 7/1/88 3/3/84 8/29/86 7/4/86 9/29/87 9/27/85 10/24/86 8/24/88 3/7/88 6/4/88 4/21/86 9/4/86 8/31/06 8/2/88 6/4/86 2/22/85 8/29/85 8/21/86 6/14/86 8/15/84 2/23/88 3/5/87 8/10/84

Hometown (prev team) Deloraine, Manitoba (Wayne State) Fresno, Calif (MJHL-Swan Valley) Calgary, Alberta (AJHL-Calgary) Stockholm, Sweden (Sodertalje J20) Salmon Arm, B.C. (BCHL-Vernon) International Falls, Minn. (USHL-Waterloo) Clinton, Ontario (USHL-Des Moines) Bristol, Quebec (CJHL-Cornwall) Surrey, British Columbia (St. Cloud State) Warroad, Minn. (USHL-Lincoln) Ridge Meadows, British Columbia (BCHL-Burnaby) Williston, N.D. (NAHL-North Iowa) St. Paul, Minn. (USHL-Sioux City) Park Rapids, Minn. (USHL-Green Bay) Bradwardine, Manitoba (MJHL-Swan Valley) Fort Frences, Ontario (OPJHL-Port Hope) London, Ontario (OPJHL-Vaughn) Riverside, Calif. (NAHL-Helena) New Brighton, Minn. (NAHL-Bozeman) Anchorage, Alaska (NAHL-Bozeman) Wadena, Minn. (USHL-Sioux Falls) Ilderton, Ontario (USHL-Des Moines) Prince George, British Columbia (MJHL-OCN) Pickering, Ontario (OPJHL-Toronto) Hibbing, Minn. (NJHL-North Iowa) St. Cloud, Minn. (USHL-Indiana)

Tom Serratore (Bemidji State ‘87) / 120-102-28 (8th year) Bert Gilling (Minnesota Duluth ‘99 / 10th year) Ted Belisle (Bemidji State ‘01 / 6th year) Ryan Marvin (Brockport State (N.Y.) ‘06 / 1st year)

Pronunciation Guide Players

Players

Orlando ALAMANO

al-a-MAHN-o

Dan MACINTYRE

mac-IN-ty-er

EMIL Billberg

EE-mill

Graham McMANAMIN

mac-MAN-a-min

Dan BAKALA

BACK-a-lah

Chris PELUSO

pell-OO-soe

Cody BOSTOCK

BOSS-tock

Tyler SCOFIELD

SKO-feeld

Ryan CRAMER

KRAY-mer

Brent TAMANE

tah-MAIN-ee

Tyler Jundt

JUHNT

SHEA Walters

SHAY

Ben KINNE

KIN-ee

Coaching Staff

Tyler LEHRKE

LAHR-kee

Tom SERRATORE

ser-a-TOR-ee

IAN LOWE

EYE-ann LOW

Ted BELISLE

bell-EYELE

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Orlando Alamano

goaltender Senior • 5-10 • 178 Fresno, Calif. MJHL-Swan Valley

2007-08 / junior 2007-08 Honors: uAcademic All-CHA Backstopped the Beavers in eight contests during the 2007-08 campaign and posted a 2-5-0 mark, with a 1-1-0 record versus College Hockey America opponents... Led the team with a save percentage of .929 and posted a team-best goals against average of 1.99-marking the second consecutive season the netminder has paced the Beavers in both categories... His record may not have been 100-percent representative of the way he played. Of his five losses, four were by just one goal and two, Oct. 26 at St. Cloud State and Feb. 24 at North Dakota, were by the score of 1-0. Opened the season with a bang recording his first career shutout Oct. 13 versus Army... The junior turned away 22 Black Knight shots in 60 minutes of work vaulting the Beavers to a 3-0 victory and series sweep over Army. Posted a season-high 31 saves in the 1-0 loss versus a University of North Dakota (Feb. 24) team ranked No. 2 in the country at Ralph Engelstad Arena. Alamano single-handedly kept the Beavers in the game for 54-minutes and 55-seconds, but with just over five minutes to play, T.J. Oshie put the Fighting Sioux in front , 1-0, with a tremendous individual effort.

Earned his second win of the season in 29:40 of relief of Matt Climie... Posted 12 saves and allowed two goals in the 7-5 victory giving the Beavers at least a share of their third CHA regular-season crown in five years... The win in relief was the third of Alamano’s career... Alamano has now been in net for three of the Beavers’ four relief appearance wins since the team made the jump to the major college hockey level in 19992000.

2006-07 / sophomore 2006-07 Honors: u11/6/06 CHA Defensive Player of the Week uAcademic All-CHA Posted a 3-2-0 mark in three starts for the Beavers. uEarned CHA Defensive Player of the Week award after first collegiate start (11/4)... Began game 2 of series at Minnesota State in net; recorded 25 saves in 60 minutes, allowed two goals in first NCAA decision--a win. Backstopped the final 50 minutes in one of the greatest comeback victories in BSU hockey history (12/9)... Entered game in relief of Matt Climie midway through the first period, down 4-1. Allowed one goal and posted 29 saves before Blaine Jarvis scored the gamewinner 2:56 into overtime for second collegiate win.

Orlando Alamano: Career Stats

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 1 0 5 8 14

GS 0

Min 14:19

GA 1

GAA 4.19

Sv 2

Sv% .667

W 0

L 0

T 0

SHO 0

3 6 9

267:18 392:37 674:14

12 13 26

2.69 1.99 2.31

125 170 297

.912 .929 .920

3 2 5

2 5 7

0 0 0

0 1 1

vs College Hockey America

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 0 0 1 3 4

GS

Min

GA

GAA

Sv

Sv%

W

L

T

SHO

0 1 1

38:35 98:34 137:09

1 5 6

1.56 3.04 2.63

14 35 49

.933 .875 .891

1 1 2

0 1 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

Racked up a career-high 35 saves in a 5-3 win at Colorado College (12/30)... Picked up second relief appearance victory of 2006-07 in game 2 of Wayne State (Mich.) series (1/6); posted 14 saves in 37:40... Made final start of season in game 2 of Michigan Tech series (1/13); allowed three goals and turned 22 Huskies’ shots away in 3-2 loss... Did not appear in final 11 games of season.

Did not play.

.902 save percentage... Played 2,739 minutes in 50 games... 15-7-0 record in 2002-03; 2.61 goals-against average with .922 save percentage... Played 1,335 minutes in 26 games... Swan Valley’s career goals-against average leader (3.11), second all-time in victories in goal (38) and third alltime in games played in goal (75)... Helped lead Eastview (Minn.) High to Minnesota State High School Tournament... Two-year letterwinner in hockey, two academic letters at Eastview.

2004-05 / freshman

Personal

2005-06 / sophomore

Made collegiate debut in relief of Layne Sedevie in 9-2 win over Bentley (11/12); allowed one goal against two saves in 14:19 of work.

Christopher “Orlando” Alamano... Born Nov. 18, 1983... Son of Christopher and Lori Alamano... Majoring in exercise science with minor degrees in psychology and business.

Prior to BSU Posted a 23-18-4 record for Swan Valley Stampeders of Manitoba Junior Hockey League in 2003-04; 3.35 goals-against average with

Career Highs Saves: 35 at Colorado College (12/30/06); Goals vs: 5 at Colorado College (12/30/06); Shots Faced: 40 at Colorado College (12/30/06); Min: 60:00 three times

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Cody Bostock

Defense Senior • 5-11 • 200 Salmon Arm, British Columbia BCHL - Vernon

Career Notes: u Enters his senior season with 12-26=38 career points tying him for 46th on BSU’s defensemen scoring list and is seventh among players that have played their entire career in the school’s NCAA Division I-era (1999-present).

2008-09 / senior 2008-09 Honors: u Preseason All-CHA pick u Alternate Captain

2007-08 / junior 2007-08 Honors: u 11/19/07 CHA Defensive Player of the Week u First Team All-CHA u Academic All-CHA u 2008 CHA All-Tournament Team Anchored the BSU blue line in 35 of its 36 contests in 2007-08... Was a vital piece to a defensive unit that ranked ninth in the country in goals allowed and led the CHA giving up just 1.95 goals per contest... Paced all BSU defenders with 7-12=19 points... Topped the conference defensive scoring lists with 5-9=14 points in CHA play... Posted four game-wining goals during the conference season to lead all CHA scorers... Finished the season with a +6 plus/minus rating to lead all BSU defenders. Netted his first goal of the season at Wayne State (11/16/07)...

The goal stood as the game-winner-the first of his team-leading four game winners on the year... Also added an assist in the second game of the series and was named uCHA Defensive Player of the Week for his play. Posted five multi-point contest, including a two-goal affair at Ala.Huntsville (1/11/08) that matched a career-high for the junior... Registered a pair of assists in the back half of the series, propelling the Beavers to the series sweep over the Chargers with 2-2=4 points in the two-game set.

2006-07 / sophomore 2006-07 Honors: u Academic All-CHA Played in each of BSU’s 33 games as a sophomore anchoring the left side of the Beavers’ first line defense 26 times.... BSU’s top scoring defenseman in 2006-07 (3-8=11). Recorded a point in four of five games (12/2-18)... Notched first point of sophomore season assisting Luke Erickson on the first goal of a 4-2 victory over Wayne State (Mich.) (12/2)... Posted an assist in a 5-2 victory over Minnesota, Duluth the following outing (12/8)... After a onegame break, continued scoring run posting assists in back-to-back victories over Ala.-Huntsville. (12/15-16) Success versus UAH continued in the next meeting with the Chargers (2/2-3)... Set a new ca-

Cody Bostock: Career Stats

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 35 33 35 103

G-A 2-6 3-8 7-12 12-26

Pts 8 11 19 38

+/+12 -2 +1 +11

vs College Hockey America

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 19 20 20 59

G-A 0-4 3-6 5-9 8-19

Pts 4 9 14 27

A

+/+7 +1 +6 +14

PIM 29/69 18/36 18/36 65/141

PP 1 2 4 7

SH 0 0 0 0

FG 2 0 2 4

GW 0 0 4 4

GT 0 0 0 0

PIM 14/28 10/20 11/22 35/70

PP 0 2 2 4

SH 0 0 0 0

FG 0 0 2 2

GW 0 0 3 3

GT 0 0 0 0

reer mark netting 2-1=3 points in a 5-5 draw in the first night... The two goals were also a career-high.

2005-06 / freshman 2005-06 Honors: u 10/17/05 CHA Rookie of the Week u CHA All-Rookie Team uSet BSU Division I-era singleseason record with 69 penalty minutes. Played in both games of Minn.Duluth series (10/7-8); +2, 13 penalty minutes in the series. uCHA Rookie of the Week after scoring first collegiate points in Minnesota State series (10/14); 1-1=2 points in Game 1... Assist vs Niagara (12/3)... Scored game’s first goal vs Clarkson (12/30)... Assist vs Wayne State (1/13)... Assist at Western Michigan (2/10)... One assist in each game of Robert Morris series (2/17-18).

Prior to BSU Helped lead the Vernon Vipers into the finals of the British Columbia Hockey League playoffs... In 70 games in 2004-05, Bostock rolled up 16-35=51 points to rank sixth on the team and second among defensemen, with his 16 goals team-high amongst Vernon’s defensemen. He finished fourth on

the team with 11 power-play goals and had 141 penalty minutes. In the BCHL playoffs, Bostock notched 2-4=6 points in 11 games with one power-play goal. He was named to the Coastal Conference All-Star Team for the 2005 BCHL All-Star Showcase based on his play with Cowichan Valley, for whom he played before being dealt to Vernon in a threeway trade in December of 2004. Bostock scored 7-15=22 points in 28 games for Cowichan before being dealt to Vernon. He scored 4-23=27 points with two powerplay goals and 82 penalty minutes in 51 games at defense for Cowichan in 2003-04. Bostock was also a SecondTeam BCHL All-Star in 2003 and helped lead Team Canada to a silver medal at the 2001 Under-17 World Championships.

Personal Cody Thomas Bostock... Born March 3, 1984... Son of Keith and Carrie Bostock... Majoring in business and finance management.

Career Highs Goals: 2 at Ala.-Huntsville (2/2/07) & at Ala.-Huntsville (1/11/08; Assists: 2, at Ala.-Huntsville (1/12/08); Points: 2-1=3 at Ala.-Huntsville (2/2/07); SOG: 7, vs. Merrimack (10/19/07; PIM: 10 at W. Michigan (2/10/2006).

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Emil Billberg

Forward Sophomore • 5-11 • 195 Stockholm, Sweden Sodertalje J20

U16 and U17 teams.

2007-08 / freshman Saw time in 15 games for the Beavers before losing the final 12 games of the year to a knee injury... Scored two goals and an assist to rank fourth among rookies... Skated in nine games before scoring his first point as a Beaver (1/4/08) at Minnesota Duluth, but netted all three of his points in his final five contest of 2007-08. The first point of Billberg’s collegiate career came on an assist to Matt Francis at Minnesota Duluth (1/4/08)... Billberg followed that performance with a goal the following night igniting the Beavers to a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs to enable the team to retain the Babe the Blue Ox traveling trophy. Potted his second goal of the season at Colorado College (1/18/08)... Suffered a seasonending knee injury in the next game he skated in (1/25/08).

Personal Emil John Billberg... Born July 1, 1988... Son of Bertil and Lena Billberg... Majoring in business.

Joins the Bemidji State program after playing the majority of the past three seasons for Sodertalje J20 in Sweden... Last season he scored 20-24=44 points with 36 penalty minutes in 40 games played... Added 2-2=4 points in 2006-07 playoffs... In three seasons, he netted 31-38=69 points in 81 games... Spent the 2004-05 campaign with Sodertalje J18... Totaled 8-4=12 points in 14 games played... Has also spent time on Team Sweden

Emil Billberg: Career Stats G 15 15

G-A 2-1 2-1

Pts 3 3

+/+4 +4

vs College Hockey America

Year 2007-08 Career

Career Highs

G 8 8

G-A 0-0 0-0

Pts 0 0

Forward Sophomore • 6-2 • 210 International Falls, Minnesota USHL - Waterloo

2007-08 / freshman

Prior to BSU

2007-08 Honors: u 3/5/08 CHA Rookie of the Week u 3/5/08 INCH National Player of the Week Runner-Up

Comes to BSU after one year with the Waterloo (Iowa) Blackhawks of the USHL... Was a third-round pick of the Blackhawks in the 2006 USHL Draft, selected in the third round with the 36th overall pick... Helped lead Waterloo to the USHL Anderson Cup. In 60 games during the 200607 regular season, Cramer scored 26-26=52 points with a +11 rating and 65 penalty minutes... He scored 9-12=21 points on the power play and had four game-winning goals.... 52 points were third on the Blackhawks and 24th in the USHL, while his 26 goals paced the team and tied for 10th in the league. Prior to his season with the Blackhawks, Cramer played two years with the Fargo-Moorhead Jets of the NAHL... He played 110 games for the Jets during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 campaigns with 28-43=71 points scored. A graduate of International Falls High School... Played prep golf in addition to hockey.

Ranked third among all freshman posting 4-3=7 points in 31 games for the Green and White as a mainstay on the team’s third line... Netted all but one of his assists in CHA play... Matured into a legitimate scoring threat down the stretch for BSU piling up four goals and an assist in the team’s final seven games, after netting just two assists in his first 24 appearances. Logged his first collegiate point on an assist in a loss to Merrimack (10/20/08)... Scored his first goal as a Beavers at Robert Morris (2/15/08) to help BSU to a 7-2 CHA victory. Was named uCHA Rookie of the Week 3/5/08 after the biggest series of his young career... Cramer posted back-to-back multipoint games to pull his share of the weight as the Beavers clinched their third CHA regular-season championship in five years... Registered a goal and an assist Friday night as the Beavers came back to edge the Warriors 7-5 and collected his first multi-goal game netting two lamplighters the following night, including the game-winner, to kick off the championship celebration and claim the Bruce McLeod Trophy for the Beavers.

Prior to BSU

Year 2007-08 Career

Ryan Cramer

+/+2 +2

Personal Ferris Ryan Cramer... Born August 29, 1986... Son of Ferris and Beth Cramer... Undecided on a major.

Ryan Cramer: Career Stats

PIM 1/2 1/2

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 1 1

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

PIM 1/2 1/2

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

Year 2007-08 Career

G 31 31

G-A 4-3 4-3

Pts 7 7

+/0 0

vs College Hockey America

Year 2007-08 Career

G 17 17

G-A 4-2 4-2

Pts 6 6

+/+3 +3

PIM 9/18 9/18

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 1 1

GT 0 0

PIM 5/10 5/10

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 1 1

GT 0 0

Career Highs

Goals:1, at Colorado College (1/18/08) & vs. Minnesota Duluth (1/5/08); Assists: vs. Minnesota Goals: 2, vs. Wayne State (3/1/08); Assists: 1, three times; Points: 2, vs. Wayne State (3/1/08) & vs. Wayne State (2/29/08); SOG: 5, vs. Niagara (11/2/07); PIM: 4, at Ala.-Huntsville (1/12/08) & at Duluth (1/5/08); Points: 1, three times; SOG: 2, five times; PIM: 2, at Ala.-Huntsville (1/11/08). Ala.-Huntsville (11/10/07).

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Matt Dalton

goaltender Sophomore • 6-1 • 189 Clinton, Ontario USHL - Des Moines

2007-08 / freshman 2007-08 Honors: u Named top incoming freshman goaltender by Inside College Hockey u 1/7/08 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week Dalton saw time in five games as a freshman, gaining four starts... He finished the season with 1-3-0 record with all his time coming against non-conference opponents... Each of his three losses came by just a goal. The first win of his career came by way of a 25-save shutout versus Minnesota Duluth (1/5/08)... His 25 saves in the contest marked a season-high as the Beavers cruised to a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs and retained possession of the coveted Babe the Blue Ox traveling trophy. Faced a career-high 29 shots in a 5-4 loss at Colorado College (1/18/08).

for Des Moines Buccaneer Most Valuable Player and Community Service awards. Prior to his stint in Iowa, Dalton posted NAHL-highs in Goals Against Average (1.63) and save percentage (.940) for the Bozeman Ice Dogs. He recorded 33 victories with a league- leading nine shutouts and paced the Ice Dogs to a NAHL regular-season championship... His stellar play earned him First-Team All-NAHL accolades and the league’s MVP award. Was teammates with Bemidji State sophomore forward Chris McKelvie in Bozeman and with forward Matt Read in Des Moines.

Personal Matt Allen Dalton... Born July 4, 1986... Son of Larry and Karen Dalton... Undecided on a major.

Prior to BSU Comes to BSU after one year with the USHL’s Des Moines Buccaneers... While in Des Moines he led the USHL in minutes played (3029:39) and shutouts (five) while sharing the league’s lead for wins with 27... His play earned him a spot on the 2007 USHL All-Star Team roster where he was the winning goaltender for the West Division Squad... Was selected

Matt Dalton: Career Stats

Year 2007-08 Career

G 5 5

GS 4 4

Min 233:10 233:10

GA 12 12

GAA 3.09 3.09

vs College Hockey America

Year 2007-08 Career

G 0 0

GS 0 0

Min -

GA 0 0

GAA -

Sv 70 70

Sv% .854 .854

W 1 1

L 3 3

T 0 0

SHO 1 1

Sv 0 0

Sv% -

W 0 0

L 0 0

T 0 0

SHO 0 0

Career Highs Saves: 25, vs. Minnesota Duluth (1/5/08); Goals vs: 5, at Colorado College (1/18/08); ShotsFaced: 5, at Colorado College (1/18/08); Min: 60:00 vs. Minnesota Duluth (1/5/08).

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Forward Senior • 5-9 • 176 Surrey, British Columbia St. Cloud State University

Beavers down the Colonials 4-0, it also stood as his inaugural collegiate game-wining goal.

2007-08 / junior 2007-08 Honors: u Academic All-CHA Skated on one of BSU’s attacking lines in 34 of 36 contests in 200708, including a stretch of 32 games to cap the season... Returns as the sixth-leading scorer from last winter after posting a total of 5-10=15 points... Took some time to get adjusted to game speed and situations after sitting out a year due to NCAA transfer regulations... Scored just 1-2=3 points in his first 13 games, but bounced back to net 12 points in the Beavers’ final 21 contests, which included four goals and eight assists... Scored in five consecutive games to begin the second half of the season (1/4/08-1/18/08)... Netted two goals and three assists during the streak... Recorded 4-6=10 points in CHA play including a pair of game-wining goals. Posted his first point, an assist, as a Beaver in BSU’s season opening 2-1 victory over Army (10/12/07)... His first goal of the season came 11/9/07 as the Beavers downd Ala.-Huntsville 2-0... The junior newcomer had a hand in both goals of a 2-0 victory versus Ala.-Huntsville (12/8/07) for his first career-multi-point game.... His second career goal came at Minnesota Duluth (1/4/08) and sparked a fivegame scoring streak--the longest on the team in 2007-08... An evenstrength marker versus Robert Morris (1/26/08) not only helped the

2006-07 Sat out entire 2006-07 season after transferring from St. Cloud State.

Prior to BSU Transferred to Bemidji State after a two-year career at St. Cloud State... Scored one assist in eight games played with four penalty minutes in 2005-06... Played 37 games as a freshman in 2004-05; scored six assists with 22 penalty minutes. Was a BCHL Second-Team All-Star after a 37-66=103-point season for the Surrey Eagles in 2003-04.

Personal Matt Thomas Francis... Born Sept. 27, 1985... Son of Ernie and Shannon Francis... Majoring in business administration.

Matt Francis: Career Stats Year 2004-05 * 2005-06 * 2006-07 Red Shirt 2007-08 Career

G 37 8

G-A 0-6 0-1

Pts 6 1

+/n/a n/a

PIM 11/22 2/4

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

34 79

5-10 5-17

15 22

+5 +5

11/22 24/48

0 0

0 0

vs College Hockey America Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G

G-A

Pts

+/-

PIM

PP

SH

20 47

7-10 13-22

17 35

+13 +12

7/14 10/20

5 9

0 1

FG GW 0 0 0 0 1 1

GT 0 0

2 2

0 0

FG GW

GT

Red Shirt 2 2

2 2

0 0

* played at St. Cloud State

Career Highs Goals: 1, 5 times; Assists: 2, vs. Ala.-Huntsville (12/8/07); Points: 0-2=2, vs. Ala.-Huntsville (12/8/07); SOG: 8 vs. Army (10/13/07); PIM: 4, vs. Ala.-Huntsville (11/10/07)

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Returning Players

27

Defense Junior • 5-11 • 205 Warroad, Minnesota USHL - Lincoln

2007-08 / sophomore 2007-08 Honors: u Academic All-CHA Broke into the line up down the stretch dressing for 17 of the last 21 contests... Scored a goal and added an assist as a sophomore and saved all his scoring for one game... Hardwick’s first collegiate multi-point game could not have come at a better time... The Warroad, Minn. native recorded his first lamplighter as a Beaver in a 5-3 win over Wayne State in the 2007-08 season finale (3/1/08)... His goal knotted the game at 2-2 and he assisted on Ryan Cramer’s game-winner... The win clinched the 2007-08 CHA regularseason title for Bemidji State--its third in five years.

2006-07 / freshman

goals. Three-year letterwinner helped lead Warroad High to state championships in 2003 and 2005... Led all Minnesota prep defenders in scoring in 2005... Also a four-time state tournament participant in golf.

Personal Kyle Roberts Hardwick... Born Oct. 24, 1986... Son of Brian and Liz Hardwick... Majoring in business... Family has a long tradition of college hockey participation: grandfather Dick Roberts captained Minnesota in 1948-49; three uncles played Division I hockey; brother Jay Hardwick played for Minn.-Duluth from 2001-04, sister Maureen Hardwick played hockey and golf for St. Thomas (Minn.) from 200205.

Saw time in two games as a rookie... Made college debut at the John Glas Fieldhouse, Jan. 6 in a 7-5 BSU victory over Wayne State (Mich.)... Recorded a shot in the game and was whistled for a minor penalty... Appeared on BSU’s second line of defense seven games later in a contest at Robert Morris (2/10). Wore number 29 during his freshman campaign.

Kyle Hardwick: Career Stats G 2 20 22

G-A 0-1 1-1 1-2

Pts 1 2 3

+/-1 +8 +7

vs College Hockey America

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 2 10 12

G-A 0-1 1-1 1-1

Pts 1 2 2

2007-08 / sophomore 2007-08 Honors: u Academic All-CHA Rolled up 10 points on two goals and eight assists seeing time in 35 of 36 games in 2007-08... One goal and six assists came versus College Hockey America competition... Although he didn’t get in the scoring column during the Beavers’ first 10 games of the year, and had just two assist in the first 18, he posted a game-tying helper at Ala.Huntsville (11/10/08)... His second point of his sophomore campaign again came at an opportune time versus the Chargers... He was credited with an assist on teammate Chris McKelvie’s game-winning goal (12/8/08)... The Beavers posted a 8-1-1 record in games that Lehrke was in on the scoring in some capacity. An assist in a 2-0 victory over Minnesota Duluth (1/5/08) sparked a string of eight points (2 goals, 6 assists) in the final 17 games of the season, which included a goal that gave the Beavers a 2-1 lead midway through the second period of the 2008 CHA Tournament Championship game. Saw time in 20 games for the Beavers as a freshman forward including a stretch of 11 consecutive games between Dec. 1 and Jan. 12... Third on the team in scoring

Scored 4-5=9 points in 43 games played for the Lincoln Stars in 2005-06... Had two power-play

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Forward Junior • 5-8 • 1765 Park Rapids, Minnesota USHL - Green Bay

2006-07 / freshman

Prior to BSU

+/-1 +6 +5

PIM 1/2 6/12 7/14

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

PIM 1/2 2/4 3/6

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

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Kyle Hardwick

among rookies with 5-2=7 points... Five goals tops among freshman teammates... Five of seven points came in CHA competition. Recorded first career point in his first collegiate debut (11/3) and did it with style finding Garrett Roth 2:20 into overtime for 4-3 victory over Minnesota State. Netted first career goal in the first period of a 5-2 win over Minnesota, Duluth (12/8). Posted first multi-point contest of his young BSU career finding the back of the net for the Beavers’ first two goals as BSU defeated Wayne State (Mich.) (1/5).

Prior to BSU Joins Bemidji State after completing a two-year career with the Green Bay Gamblers... Served as team captain and scored 14-17=31 points in 53 games in 2005-06... finished sixth in scoring, fifth in goal scoring and sixth in assists... Added one power-play goal and two short-handed goals. Scored 4-8=12 points for the Gamblers in 59 games in 200405... Also had one short-handed goal. Originally signed a National Letter of Intent with BSU during the 2004 spring period, but was deferred for an additional year of junior experience. Standout prep career at Park Rapids (Minn.) High School, prior to his USHL stint... Set school ca-

Tyler Lehrke: Career Stats

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 20 35 55

G-A 5-2 2-8 7-10

Pts 7 10 10

+/+3 0 +3

vs College Hockey America

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 13 19 32

G-A 4-1 1-6 5-7

Pts 5 7 12

+/+2 0 +2

PIM 2/4 9/18 11/22

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG 1 0 1

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

PIM 2/4 8/16 10/20

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG 1 0 1

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

Career Highs

Career Highs

Goals: 1, vs. Wayne State (3/1/08); Assists: 1 vs. Wayne State (1/6/07) & vs. Wayne State (3/1/08); Points: 1-1=2 vs. Wayne State (3/1/08); SOG: 3 vs. Wayne State (2/1/08); PIM: 2, seven times.

Goals: 2 vs. Wayne State (Mich.) (1/5/07); Assists:1, 10 times; Points: 2 vs. Wayne State (Mich.) (1/5/07; SOG: 4 vs. Ala.-Huntsville (12/15/06); PIM: 4, at Ala.-Huntsville (11/9/07).

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Returning Players

22

Ian Lowe

Forward Sophomore • 5-9 • 170 Bradwardine, Manitoba MJHL - Swan Valley

reer records for points scored (192) and set single-season records for goals (34), assists (45) and points scored (79) as a senior in 200304... Won the Minnesota State High School League Hobey Baker Character Award and earned All-

Section and All-Conference honors in 2004.

Personal Tyler J. Lehrke... Born April 21, 1986... Son of Dave and Mary Lehrke... Undecided on a major.

2007-08 / freshman Like so many of BSU’s 2007-08 freshman, Lowe took some time to adjust to the collegiate game, but by the end of the season, the rookie had assimilated and was a regular contributor to the Beavers’ effort... Recorded 2-8=10 points to rank second among BSU newcomers... Played in just nine of the first 21 games of the season with three assists... Netted two goals and five assists as he saw time in each of the Beavers’ final 15 contests of the season... Registered both of his goals during CHA play... Lowe’s 2-4=6 points in league play matched teammate Ryan Cramer for 10th on the CHA Rookie Scoring charts...The Beavers were a perfect 2-0 when Lowe found the back of the net. Made his Bemidji State debut in a 3-0 victory versus Army (10/13/07)... Posted an assist on the game-winning goal for his first collegiate point...The first goal of his BSU career came on the power-play in a 7-1 win over Ala.Huntsville (1/12/08). His other marker as a freshman came in a 7-5 victory over Wayne State in the team’s final series of the season.

points... Led the Stampeders in scoring each of the past two seasons earning the team’s MVP award at the conclusion of both years... In 2006-07, he totaled career-highs of 31-57=91 points with 132 penalty minutes in 54 games... Earned a spot in the inaugural prospects East-West game... Garnered second star in the contest.

Personal Ian Daniel Lowe... Born September 4, 1986... Son of Kerry and Teresa Lowe... Undecided on a major.

Prior to BSU Played three seasons with the Swan Valley Stampeders of the MJHL before coming to BSU... In 175 games, scored 72-131=203

Ian Lowe: Career Stats

Year 2007-08 Career

G 24 24

G-A 2-8 2-8

Pts 10 10

+/0 0

vs College Hockey America

Year 2007-08 Career

G 15 15

G-A 2-4 2-4

Pts 6 6

+/-1 -1

PIM 6/12 6/12

PP 1 1

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

PIM 3/6 3/6

PP 1 1

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

Career Highs Goals: 1, vs. Wayne State (2/29/08) & at Ala.-Huntsville (1/12/08); Assists: 1, 8 times; Points: 1, 10 times; SOG: 3, vs. Robert Morris (1/25/08) & at Ala.-Huntsville (11/9/07); PIM: 2, 6 times.

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Returning Players

4

Defense Sophomore • 6-1 • 195 Fort Frances, Ontario OPJHL - Port Hope

2007-08 / freshman Found a place on the Bemidji State line chart in 11 games as a freshman... Made his debut as a Beaver in front of a John S. Glas Fieldhouse crowd that saw BSU shut out Army 3-0 (10/13/08)...Played in just three games before suffering a broken collar bone that would force him to miss more than two months-a stretch spanning12 games... Brought his physical frame back to the BSU line up for a 4-0 shut out at Ala.-Huntsville (1/11/08)... Played in eight of the Beavers’ last 16 games of 2007-08... Recorded his first collegiate point on an assist in a 7-2 victory at Robert Morris (2/16/08).

seasons with the Quesnel Millionaires of the BCHL... Scored 2-6=8 points in 33 games for the Millionaires during the 2005-06 season and 3-4=7 points in 60 games played in 2004-05. Played his high school hockey at Fort Frances High School.

Personal Dan Peter MacIntyre... Born August 31, 1986... Son of Wayne and Gail MacIntyre... Has chosen predental as a major field of study.

Prior to BSU Joins the BSU program after one year with the Port Hope Predators of the OPJHL, where he served as team captain. In 49 games played during the 2006-07 regular season, he scored 17-28=45 points with 105 penalty minutes... Was a force on special teams, racking up 14-18=32 points on the power play, and also added two game-winning goals... During the 2007 OPJHL Playoffs, he added 3-4=7 points with 2-4=6 coming on the power play in eight games... The performance earned him a position in the 2007 OPJHL SouthEast Conference All-Star game. Prior to his season with the Predators, MacIntyre spent two

G 11 11

G-A 0-1 0-1

Pts 1 1

G 6 6

G-A 0-1 0-1

Pts 1 1

Prior to BSU Transferred to Bemidji State for his sophomore season after beggining his career at Wayne State University... Posted a goal and six assists for the Warriors in 32 contests... Ranked fifth among WSU defensemen with seven points... All seven came in CHA play to sit 12th among the league’s blue liners in scoring and ninth on the league’s rookie scoring charts... Was named to the 2008 CHA AllRookie squad... Earned Wayne State University Rookie of the Year laurels. Prior to his stint at Wayne State, he played three years in the MJHL, two with Dauphin Kings and one with OCN Blizzard... Most recently, he played one year at the NAHL’s Fargo-Moorhead Jets... While at FM, he posted 48 points on 13 goals and 35 assists.

Born Sept. 12, 1986... Ryan Gregory Adams is the son of Craig and Debbie Adams... Majoring in business at BSU.

+/+2 +2

vs College Hockey America

Year 2007-08 Career

Defense Sophomore • 6-1 • 189 Deloraine, Manitoba Wayne State University

Personal

Dan MacIntyre: Career Stats

Year 2007-08 Career

3

Ryan Adams

Dan MacIntyre

+/+2 +2

PIM 2/4 2/4

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

PIM 2/4 2/4

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

Ryan Adams: Career Stats

Year 2007-08 Career

G 32 32

G-A 1-6 1-6

Pts 7 7

+/+2 +2

vs College Hockey America

Year 2007-08 Career

G 18 18

G-A 1-6 1-6

Pts 7 7

+/+2 +2

PIM 6/12 6/12

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

PIM 6/12 6/12

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG 0 0

GW 0 0

GT 0 0

Career Highs Goals: none; Assists: 1 at Robert Morris (2/16/08); Points: 1 at Robert Morris (2/16/08); SOG: 2, vs. Robert Morris (1/25/08); PIM: 4, at Ala.-Huntsville (1/12/08).

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Returning Players

21

Brandon Marino

Forward Senior • 5-9 • 180 Riverside, California NAHL - Helena

2007-08 / junior 2007-08 Honors u Academic All-CHA Suited up for 31 of the Beavers’ 36 games in 2007-08... Returns as the fifth-lading scorer from a year ago... Ranked third on the team with 14 assists while adding three goals... Saved a goal and 12 assists for conference play... His 12 assists in CHA play seated him second among his teammates and eighth among his league counterparts... Worked his way onto the Beavers’ second attacking line for the final 17 games of the year and his play-making ability blossomed. After posting just a goal and three assists in the Beavers’ first 11 games, he rolled up two goals and 11 assists in the BSU’s final 17 games of the season, which included three multi-assists contests... The Beavers went as Marino went last winter, BSU was 9-1-1 when Marino recorded an assist. Began the season with a helper in the Beavers’ first game of the year (10/12)... Netted the fifth goal of his career in a 2-3 loss just a week later versus Merrimack (10/19)... Struggled to produce points in Bemidji State’s next six outings, but rattled off a three-game scoring streak, which included a goal and three assists, after moving to the Beavers’ second line... Netted his first multi-point game of the season in a 7-1 victory over Ala.-Huntsville

(1/12) contributing a goal and an assist... Posted two helpers versus Robert Morris (1/25)... Finished the season playing some of his best hockey... The junior put up a quartet of multi-point games and netted 1-5=6 points in BSU’s final seven games of the season.

2006-07 / sophomore 2006-07 Honors u Academic All-CHA Played in the first 21 games of the season before siting out three contests due to injury... Put together a four-game scoring streak stretching from Nov. 10 to Nov. 18... Scored a goal while adding three assists during the run. Netted his first goal of the season, and fourth of his career, to tie the score at 2-2 late in the third period of a Nov. 15 contest with Niagara. Assisted on two goals in a 7-5 victory over Wayne State (Mich.) (1/6)... The Multi-point game was the first of his career. Fifth goal of his career came on a game-tying shot during the second period of the 2006-07 regular-season finale at Wayne State (Mich.) (2/24). Wore Green and White No. 15 during the first two years of his career.

G 20 29 31 80

G-A 3-1 2-9 3-14 8-24

Pts 4 11 17 32

G 13 17 16 46

G-A 3-1 2-6 1-12 6-19

Pts 4 8 13 25

Prior to BSU Comes to BSU after a standout campaign in the North American Hockey League, where he led the Helena Bighorns with 29-34=63 points. His 63 points tied for ninth in the NAHL with Chad Costello of Wichita Falls, and Marino and

Personal Brandon Edward Marino... Born June 4, 1986... Son of Kevin and Joy Marino... Has selected sport management as a major field of study.

2005-06 Honors

+/-2 -2 -3 -7

vs College Hockey America

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

All 3-1=4 points scored came against College Hockey America opposition. Made collegiate debut at Minn. Duluth (10/7)... Assist vs Wayne State (1/14); first collegiate point. uCHA Rookie of the Week after scoring game-winning goal vs Air Force (1/21) for first collegiate goal... Goal vs Robert Morris (2/18)... Goal at Niagara (2/25).

Costello were the highest-scoring 1986-birthdate players in the NAHL. Marino also finished with 109 penalty minutes and was named Helena’s Team MVP on Tuesday. Marino was a member of the NAHL All-Star Team in February, scoring a goal to lift the All-Stars past the Texas Tornados, 3-1 and earn the second start of the game. Marino was acquired by Helena in July of 2004 from the Fernie Ghostriders. Marino was named Rookie of the Year honors at Fernie in 2003.

2005-06 / freshman

Brandon Marino: Career Stats

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

u 1/23/2006 CHA Rookie of the Week

+/-3 +2 -1 -2

PIM 10/20 12/24 5/18 27/62

PP 0 1 1 2

SH 0 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0 0

GW 1 0 0 1

GT 0 2 0 2

PIM 5/10 6/12 4/16 15/38

PP 0 1 0 1

SH 0 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0 0

GW 1 0 0 1

GT 0 2 0 2

Career Highs Goals: 1, eight times; Assists: 2, four times; Points: 2, five times; SOG: 5, three times; PIM: 10, at Ala,-Huntsville (11/10/07).

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Returning Players

23

Chris McKelvie A

Forward Junior • 6-1 • 190 New Brighton, Minnesota NAHL - Bozeman

of the season.

2008-09 / junior u Alternate Captain

2006-07 / freshman

2007-08 / sophomore 2007-08 Honors u Academic All-CHA Was one of nine BSU players to play in 35 or more games last winter... The Beavers fastest skater used his speed to create scoring chances for himself... Increased his scoring from an assist as a freshman to seven points on six goals and an assist last winter... McKelvie’s total of six goals was good for sixth among BSU forwards... All six goals came versus just two teams--Ala.-Huntsville and Colorado College. McKelvie matched his rookie season scoring total in the second game of the season posting an assist in a 3-0 shutout of Army (10/13)... His first career goal tied the game in second period of a 3-3 stalemate at Ala.-Huntsville (11/10). The sophomore recorded one of the single greatest individual performances in BSU hockey history versus Colorado College (1/18)... McKelvie posted the schools’ eighth hat trick of the Division I-era netting all three goals in succession during the second period... Also fired a career-high seven shots on goal in the contest... Did not score a single point in the Beavers’ final 13 contests

Suited up 11 times as a freshman including seven of the Beavers’ last nine contests... Made collegiate debut at Niagara in the 2006-07 CHA opener (10/27)... Netted first goal in a 3-2 victory at Minnesota State (11/4)... Fired a career-high three shots twice on the season (2/9 and 2/24).

Prior to BSU Comes to BSU as a three-year NAHL veteran, having played all three seasons with the Bozeman IceDogs... Played just 56 games during his first two years with Bozeman, including just 18 games in 2004-05, due to injury, but appeared in 51 games in 2005-06... Posted 23-33=56 points last year, finishing second on the team in goals and points... Led the team and tied for fourth in the NAHL with 12 power-play goals... Tied for sixth in the NAHL with four short-handed goals. Helped Bozeman to the NAHL regular-season championship after a dominant 48-9-1 season which included a 22-game unbeaten streak and 20-game winning streak... Bozeman won the NAHL’s West Division by 27 points over second-place Fairbanks, and its 97 points for the season were nine more than the second-best league finisher, Tex-

Chris McKelvie: Career Stats

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 11 35 46

G-A 1-0 6-1 7-1

Pts 1 7 8

+/-3 -5 -8

vs College Hockey America

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 9 19 28

G-A 0-0 3-0 3-0

Pts 0 3 3

+/-1 -2 -3

PIM 6/12 8/16 14/28

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 1 1

FG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 1 1

PIM 4/8 4/8 8/16

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 1 1

as (42-12-4, 88 points). March 12, 2006 NAHL Offensive Player of the Week after scoring four goals in a weekend sweep of North Iowa and Billings.

Personal Chris Richard McKelvie... Born Feb. 22, 1985... Son of Rick and Vicky McKelvie... Majoring in sport management. McKelvie has two brothers who have played Division I men’s ice hockey... Older brother Ryan

completed his eligibility as a forward at Minnesota State in 200506 and is now an assistant coach in the NAHL after two seasons as BSU’s graduate assistant coach... Twin brother Zach is a senior defenseman at Army where he is also captain... All three McKelvie brothers played for Bozeman, with Zach and Chris playing as teammates from 2003-05. McKelvie’s Bozeman teammate, defenseman Graham McManamin, is a sophomore defenseman at BSU.

Career Highs Goals: 3, at Colorado College (1/18/08); Assists: 1, vs. Army (10/13/07); Points: 3, at Colorado College (1/18/08); SOG: 7, at Colorado College (1/18/08); PIM: 4, three times.

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Returning Players

5

Graham McManamin

Defense Junior • 5-11 • 215 Anchorage, Alaska NAHL - Bozeman

2007-08 / sophomore

2006-07 / freshman

2007-08 Honors u Academic All-CHA

Played on the blue line for BSU in 11 contests.... Saw time in seven of the first nine games of the year and just four during the final 20 games of 2006-07... Played his first collegiate game at Maine (10/13)... Registered his first career point on an assist in a 7-5 loss to Robert Morris in the 2007 CHA Tournament (3/10).

The native of Alaska blossomed into a constant on the BSU blue line and on BSU’s power-play unit as a sophomore... After seeing time in just 11 games as a freshman, he skated in 29 games in 2007-08... Ranked second in defensemen scoring with three goals and 11 assists... His 11 assists was sixth among his teammates... Saw more time in the penalty box than everyone but David Deterding getting whistled for 20 penalties for a total of 48 minutes... Piled up four multi-point games including three two-assists contests... Recorded assists on game-wining goals versus Ala.-Huntsville and Wayne State (12/7 and 2/12). Contributed a pair of helpers in a 4-1 victory versus Ala.-Huntsville (12/07) to tally his first collegiate multi-point game and establish a career-high for assists in a game... Netted his first goal as a Beaver as Minnesota Duluth handed the Beavers a 5-3 loss (1/4)... The goal also stood as his first career power-play marker. From Dec. 7 to Jan. 4 posted three multi-point games in the span of six contest. During the streak he totaled a goal and five assists.

Prior to BSU Two-year NAHL veteran played 110 games with the Bozeman IceDogs during his career... Scored 4-17=21 points in 54 games with 136 penalty minutes in 2004-05... 11-34=45 points in 56 games in 2005-06. Third-leading defenseman scorer in NAHL with 45 points for the 2005-06 regular season... One of four NAHL blue-liners to top 40 points; 11 goals tied for fifth amongst NAHL defenders while 34 assists ranked third... Seven of . 11 goals came on the power-play to tie for second amongst NAHL defensemen. Helped Bozeman to the NAHL regular-season championship after a dominant 48-9-1 season which included a 22-game unbeaten streak and 20-game winning streak... Bozeman won the NAHL’s West Division by 27 points over second-place Fairbanks, and its 97 points for the season were

Graham McManamin: Career Stats

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 11 29 41

G-A 0-1 3-11 3-12

Pts 1 14 15

+/-6 0 -6

vs College Hockey America

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 6 17 23

G-A 0-0 2-7 2-7

Pts 0 9 9

+/-2 +1 -1

PIM 3/6 20/48 23/54

PP 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

PIM 3/6 9/18 12/24

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

nine more than the second-best league finisher, Texas (42-12-4, 88 points). Nov. 20, 2005 NAHL Co-Defensive Player of the Week. McManamin’s Bozeman teammate, forward Chris McKelvie, is a sophomore at BSU.

Personal Graham Philip McManamin... Born Aug. 29, 1985... Son of John and Mary Lynn McManamin... Majoring in business management.

Career Highs Goals: 1, three times; Assists: 2, three times; Points: 2, four times; SOG: 3, four times; PIM: 10, at Colorado College (1/18/08).

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Returning Players

9

Chris Peluso

Defense Junior • 5-10 • 190 Wadena, Minnesota USHL - Sioux Falls

2007-08 / sophomore 2007-08 Honors: u Academic All-CHA Was one of five Beavers, and was the only defenseman, to see time in all 36 games in 2007-08... Started 20 contests... His 1-9=10 points ranked fourth among BSU blue liners... He scored 1-5=6 in conference play. Scored his first collegiate goal at Ala.-Huntsville (11/10) 36 games into his Bemidji State career... Scored in back-to-back games for the first time as a Beaver Jan. 12 and Jan. 18 at Ala.-Huntsville and Colorado College... Posted a career-best six shots on goal in 2-2 tie versus Robert Morris (1/25)... Finished the season with three assists in Bemidji State’s final four games including an helper in each of the Beavers’ CHA Tournament contests (3/15-16).

2006-07 / freshman 2006-07 Honors: u 12/4/06 CHA Rookie of the Week u 12/18/06 CHA Rookie of the Week After playing just four of the first nine games due to coaches decision, cemented himself on BSU third line of defensemen and played 22 of the final 24 games... Made collegiate debut in the Beavers’ 2006-07 season-opener at

Maine. u CHA Rookie of the Week (12/4)after he notched first point of his career on an assist on Matt Pope’s game-winner in a 1-0 win over Wayne State (Mich.)(12/1)... Moved to +2 in the series posting a pair of assists the following evening for the first multi-point game of his BSU career... Capped the series with 0-3=3 points and +2. u CHA Rookie of the Week (12/18) for collecting assists in consecutive contests versus Ala.Huntsville (12/15-16). Spent a career-high 10 minutes in the penalty box after being whistled for five penalties at Colorado College (12/29)... Was tagged for just seven penalties for 14 minutes in the other 25 games he saw time in. Posted final point of his season helping on a Tyler Lehrke goal in a 3-2 victory over Wayne State (Mich.) (1/5). Fired a career-best five shots versus Ala.-Huntsville (2/17).

G 26 36 62

G-A 0-6 1-9 1-15

Pts 6 10 16

G 15 20 35

G-A 0-6 1-5 1-11

Pts 6 6 12

Chris Joseph Peluso... Born Aug. 21, 1986... Son of Joe and Patti Peluso... Majoring in biology at BSU and was named to the Dean’s List. Nephew of former New Jersey Devils standout Mike Peluso... Mike Peluso was New Jersey’s 10th selection, and was the 190th player taken overall in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft; played 192 games for the Devils from 1993-97, scoring 9-35=44 points with 619 penalty minutes.

Prior to BSU

+/-1 +1 0

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Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Personal

Joins the Bemidji State program after a two-year USHL stint with Sioux Falls... Finished second among Stampede defensemen with 5-19=24 points in 57 games played... Added three power-play goals... Tied for 10th amongst USHL defenders with 24 points... Finished with a +10 rating. Scored 1-7=8 points for the

Chris Peluso: Career Stats

Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

Stampede in 2004-05 with a +2 rating in 53 games played... Also had 54 penalty minutes. Played for Brainerd (Minn.) High School prior to his USHL tour... Scored 11-33=44 points as a junior in 2003-04.

+/+2 +1 +3

PIM 12/24 13/26 25/50

PP 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 1 1

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

PIM 5/10 7/14 12/24

PP 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

FG 0 1 1

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

Career Highs Goals: 1, at Ala.-Huntsville (11/10/07); Assists: 2 at Wayne State (12/2/06); Points: 2 at Wayne State (12/2/06); SOG: 6 vs. Robert Morris (1/25/08); PIM: 10 at Colorado College (12/29/06).

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Matt Read

Forward Sophomore • 5-10 • 185 Ilderton, Ontario USHL - Des Moines

2008-09 / sophomore 2008-09 Honors: u 2008 Preseason All-CHA

2007-08 / freshman 2007-08 Honors: u11/19/07 CHA Rookie of the Week u12/3/07 CHA Rookie of the Week u12/10/07 CHA Rookie of the Week u 1/14/08 CHA Offensive Player of the Week u CHA All-Rookie Team u CHA Rookie of the Year Burst onto the scene and competed at a level equal to that of anyone in the league in 2007-08... Played in each of BSU’s 36 games... Held down the right wing spot on the Beavers top line all season... Led the team in scoring with 9-18=27 points... His 27 points placed him alone in fifth place on BSU’s Division I-era freshman scoring charts... Posted the Beavers’ third-best rookie assists total since 1999-2000 with 18... Netted seven goals and 14 assists in league play to sit atop the CHA freshman scoring charts and rank fifth among all conference scorers. It didn’t take Read long to find his way into the box score, assisting on the game-wining goal in the season-opener versus Army (10/12)... The rookie went the next for games without recording a point-

-the longest scoring drought of the season, but got back in the scoring column with a helper in a 6-1 loss at St. Cloud State (10/27)... An assist on the game-winner at Ala.Huntsville (11/9) sparked a fivegame scoring streak for the rookie and kicked off a stretch in which he posted 5-6=11 points during the Beavers’ next nine games. Read’s first NCAA goal and the first of a team-leading seven multipoint games came on an unassisted goal in a 3-1 victory at Wayne State (11/16)... He followed that up with a goal the following night and was named uCHA Rookie of the Week (11/19) for his efforts. Netted the first short-handed goal of the season for BSU in a 2-2 tie with Niagara (12/1) to earn his second league uRookie of the Week honor (12/3)... Recorded a goal and two assists, including a helper a the game-winner as the Beavers swept Ala.-Huntsville (12/7-8) to garner his third uCHA Rookie of the Week laurel (12/10). The best weekend of his freshman campaign came in a trip to Ala.-Huntsville shortly after the first of the year. In the series he posted a goal and four assists as the Beavers registered their second weekend sweep at UAH in 2007-08... The rookie recorded a career-high two assists in game one of the series (1/11) and matched that the following night, while adding a goal...

Matt Read: Career Stats

Year 2007-08 Career

G 36 36

G-A 9-18 9-18

Pts 27 27

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G 20 20

G-A 7-14 7-14

Pts 21 21

+/+11 +11

PIM 13/37 13/37

PP 4 4

SH 1 1

FG 2 2

GW 1 1

GT 0 0

PIM 6/12 6/12

PP 4 4

SH 1 1

FG 2 2

GW 1 1

GT 0 0

For his efforts, he was rewarded with the uCHA Offensive Player of the Week award... Participated in the Boston Bruins’ Developmental camp in the summer of 2008.

Prior to BSU Comes to Bemidji State after a year with Des Moines of the USHL... In 58 games with the Buccaneers he totaled 28-34=62 points to rank fourth on his team and 14th in the USHL... Scored 17 power-play goals and notched two game-winners... Racked up 110 penalty minutes... Scored at least a pint in 37 of 58 games with a season-high 2-3=5 points in a 5-2 road win at Lincoln... Posted a seven-game scoring streak beginning Jan. 27 with two goals and an assist and stretched through a Feb. 20th game in which

he posted an assist... During the streak he scored 6-6=12 points... Earned a spot on the USHL Western Division All-Star Roster where he helped the team to a 7-5 win over the East squad netting a goal. Prior to his stint at Des Moines he spent the 2005-06 season playing for the Milton IceHawks Junior A team of the Ontario Hockey Association... Played 2003-05 for St. Marys Lincolns of the Western Ontario Hockey league.

Personal Matt Zachary Jarrett Read... Born June 14, 1986... Son of Lorne and Nancy Read... Undecided on a major... Was teammates with Matt Dalton for the 2006-07 season at Des Moines.

Career Notes

Career Highs Goals: 1, nine times; Assists: 2, at Ala.-Huntsville (1/12/08) & at Ala.-Huntsville (1/11/08); Points: 3, at Ala-Huntsville (1/12/08); SOG: 7, vs. Minnesota State (12/14/07); PIM: 15, at North Dakota (2/23/08).

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Tyler Scofield

Forward Senior • 5-8 • 164 Prince George, British Columbia MJHL - OCN

u Enters 2008-09 campaign ninth on BSU’s Division I-era scoring list with 26-46=72 points and tied for fifth on the school’s Division I-era assists leader board. u Skates into his senior campaign needing just 28 points to become the sixth BSU men’s hockey player to crack the 100-point barrier in a NCAA Division I career. u 13-13=26 points as a junior seats him ninth on BSU's Division I-era scoring charts. u 7-14=21 points as a sophomore ties him for ninth on BSU’s Division I-era sophomore scoring charts. u 6-19=25 points in 2005-06 is fifth-most by a BSU freshman in the program’s Division I era. u 19 assists is second-most by a BSU freshman in the program’s Division I era, and one shy of Luke Erickson’s record of 20 (2003-04).

2008-09 / senior 2008-09 Honors: u 2008 Preseason All-CHA

2007-08 / junior 2007-08 Honors: u 12/3/07 CHA Offensive Player of the Week u 12/10/07 INCH National Player of the Week runner-up Played in 30 games in 2007-08... Missed six games early in the season due to injury... Wrapped up the season second on the team in scoring with 13-13=26 points...

Tied with Blaine Jarvis for second on the squad in goals scored with 13... His nine lamplighters in CHA play was second on the team and fifth in the league... Was second only to line mate Travis Winter in power-play goals in league play racking up four... Collected seven multi-point games, which included three two-goal contests. Played in just four of the Beavers’ first 10 games while battling injury, but manage to net a 1-1=2 point in a weekend series at St. Cloud State, which included the teams’ first short-handed goal of the season (10/26). Netted his first multi-goal contest of 2007-08 and the second of his career in a 5-1 victory at Niagara (11/30)... The two-goal game was in the middle of a seasonlong four-game scoring streak for the junior. Scofield experienced a fair amount of success versus Ala.Huntsville in 2007-08. In addition to posting a two-goal game versus the Chargers (12/7), the forward recorded the first three-point night of his career aiding BSU to a 7-1 victory over UAH with two markers and an assist... Registered a career-best three-assist effort in a 7-2 victory at Robert Morris (2/16) helping on the game-winner and a pair of power-play markers... Capped the season by recording at least one point in seven of the the Beavers’ last 10 contests.

Tyler Scofield: Career Stats

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 37 28 30 95

G-A 6-19 7-14 13-13 26-46

Pts 25 21 26 72

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Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 20 17 16 53

G-A 3-14 4-14 9-9 16-37

Pts 17 18 18 53

+/-3 +2 +9 +8

PIM 5/10 11/33 6/23 21/66

PP 1 2 5 8

SH 0 1 0 1

FG 0 2 5 7

GW 1 1 1 3

GT 0 0 0 0

PIM 1/2 9/29 3/6 13/37

PP 1 0 4 5

SH 0 1 0 1

FG 0 1 4 5

GW 1 1 1 3

GT 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Goals: 2, four times; Assists: 4 vs Niagara (12/3/2005); Points: 0-4=4 vs Niagara (12/3/2005); SOG: 6, three times; PIM: 15 vs. Wayne State (Mich.) (1/6/07) & vs. Merrimack (10/19/07).

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2006-07 / sophomore Finished 2006-07 fourth among his teammates in scoring with 7-14=21 points in 27 outings... Posted eight of his 21 points during a six-game scoring streak that reached from an assist in the first game of the Minnesota State series (11/3) to a goal and an assist in a 3-3 tie versus Niagara (11/18) before sitting out five games due to injury... Recorded a goal and seven assists with a +4 during the run while BSU posted a 3-1-2 mark during the same span of time. Logged back-to-back multipoint games at Niagara (11/17-18) in addition to his 1-1=2 to cap the series, he notched a pair of assists in the win the previous night. Returned from injury Dec. 16 and after being held scoreless for his first two games in the line up, he cranked up his scoring logging seven points during the next nine games capped by contributing the first two-goal game of his career, including the game-winner, in a 3-1 victory over Ala.-Huntsville (2/3). Posted his third game of his career with at least three assists to open a two-game set versus Ala.-Huntsville (2/16-17)... Followed the three-assist night with a penalty-shot goal to wrap up the season series with the Chargers a +5 scoring 3-3=6.

2005-06 / freshman 2005-06 Honors: u 12/5/2005 CHA Rookie of the Week u CHA All-Rookie Team Played both games of Minn.-Duluth series (10/7-8); assist, first collegiate point in Game 2... Power-play goal at Air Force (10/28)... Assist at Wayne State (11/11). uCHA Rookie of the Week after scoring four assists vs Niagara (12/3). 1-1=2 points vs Dartmouth (12/31)... Two assists vs Wayne State (1/14)... Assist vs Air Force (1/21)... Goal at Ala.-Huntsville (2/3)... Assist at Western Michi-

gan (2/10) kicked off career-long five-game scoring streak; 2-4=6 points during streak... Goal at Western Michigan (2/11)... Assist, game-winning goal vs Robert Morris (2/17)... Assist vs Robert Morris (2/18)... Assist at Niagara (2/24)... Streak snapped at Niagara (2/25). 1-5=6 points during threegame scoring streak heading into NCAA Tournament... Three assists vs Ala.-Huntsville (3/4)... 1-2=3 points in CHA Tournament; goal vs Ala.-Huntsville in semifinals (3/11); two assists vs Niagara in championship (3/12).

Prior to BSU In 2004-05, Scofield led the OCN Blizzard in scoring 40-25=65 points in 44 games, and also added eight power-play goals and five game-winners. His 65 points tied for 17th in the MJHL, and his five game-winners tied for 14th. Scofield’s 1.47 points-per-game scoring average led the MJHL. Scofield was one of three OCN players to make the Sherwood Division squad at the 2005 MJHL All-Star Game in January, and he was runner-up for MJHL Player of the Month in January. He brought in numerous honors at the OCN awards banquet, winning team awards for MVP, Top Scorer, the CJ1240 Three-Stars Award and Most Popular Player. Played for the Prince George Spruce Kings from 2002-03; earned Most Inspirational Player honors in 2002 and led the team in scoring en route to a BCHL AllStar Game appearance in 2003. Also earned Rookie of the Year and Most Popular Player honors with Vernon Vipers in 2001.

Personal Tyler Justin Gerald Philip Scofield... Born Aug. 15, 1984... Son of Justin and Tonia Scofield... Majoring in business.

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Travis Winter c

Forward Senior • 6-2 • 195 St. Cloud, Minnesota USHL - Indiana

2008-09 / senior 2008-09 Honors: uCaptain

Career Notes: u12 goals in 2006-07 ranks third on BSU’s Division I-era sophomore scoring list. u12-17=29 points in 2006-07 ranks him third on BSU sophomore scoring list uBecame the first BSU sophomore to be named First-Team All-CHA since Stefan Bjork was picked to the inaugural All-CHA team in 2000.

2007-08 / junior 2007-08 Honors: uPreseason All-CHA u11/12/07 CHA Offensive Player of the Week u12/10/07 CHA Offensive Player of the Week uAcademic All-CHA uSecond Team All-CHA uAlternate Captain Was a steady, reliable force on the BSU attack for all 36 games in 2007-08... Winter piled up 9-15=24 points to rank third on the team behind linemates Matt Read and Tyler Scofield... His 13 assists placed him fourth on the team... Led the Beavers in powerplay goals with six and trailed only Cody Bostock for game-winning goals with three... Recorded a trio of multi-point games.

Opened the season with a goal in BSU’s victory over Army (10/12)... Strung together eight games between Nov. 9 and Dec. 8 during which he scored three goals and five assists, including a two-assist game versus Ala.-Huntsville (12/7)... Capped the season three goals and six assists in the team’s final eight games... Scored two goals and added an assist in a 7-2 win at Robert Morris (2/16) for his only multi-goal contest of the winter.

2006-07 / sophomore 2006-07 Honors: u2/5/07 CHA Co-Player of the Week uAcademic All-CHA uFirst Team All-CHA Had a breakout sophomore season for the Beavers finishing the campaign matching Rob Sirianni for the team lead with 12-17=29 points... His 12 goals was second only to Luke Erickson’s 13 while his 17 assists ranked him second to Sirianni... Led all Beavers with 2-12=14 points in league play... Finished among the CHA’s top six players with six power-play goals, short-handed points (2-1=3) and short-handed goals (2)... His two short-handed goals were good enough for 24th in all of NCAA Division hockey... Logged time in all 33 games. Was in on the scoring of just one goal during the Beavers’ first

Travis Winter: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 16 33 36 85

G-A 1-4 12-17 9-15 22-36

Pts 5 29 24 58

+/-2 +9 +10 +17

vs College Hockey America Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 7 20 20 47

G-A 0-0 6-12 7-10 13-22

Pts 0 18 17 35

+/-4 +3 +13 +12

four games notching an assist in the first contest of the series at Niagara (10/27)... But by the time BSU had 10 games in the books, he had accounted for 10 points... Rolled up a six-game scoring streak beginning with a one-goal, one-assist night in a 4-3 victory over Minnesota State (11/3) and extending through the final game of the Niagara series (11/18)... During the stretch he posted 3-6=9 points. In just the third multi-point game of his career, netted 1-2=3 points to help BSU to a comefrom-behind overtime thriller at Minnesota Duluth (12/9)... Finished the UMD home-and-home series scoring 2-2=4 points and was +2. Recorded career-high 2-3=5 points in a 7-5 victory over Wayne State (Mich.) including the gamewinner. Opened play in February with a series at Ala.-Huntsville in which he recorded 1-3=4 points posting a goal and a pair of assists in the series opening 5-5 tie and following it with an assist the following night. Although he netted just one goal in a six-game stretch from Feb. 9th to Feb 24th, he finished the season with a bang, scoring two goals in BSU’s 7-5 loss to Robert Morris in the 2007 CHA Tournament Semifinal game. Finished the season with seven multi-point games.

Prior to BSU Finished his second season in the United States Hockey League as the second-leading scorer for the Indiana Ice in 2004-05... Scored 21-21=42 points, second on the team in goals scored as one of just two 20-goal scorers for the Ice... Led the Ice and tied for 10th in the USHL with nine power-play goals... In 2003-04, scored 1013=23 points in 59 games when the Ice were still the Danville Wings; one power-play goal, +6 rating for the year. Scored 19-45=64 points for St. Cloud Tech High School in 2002-03, capping a brilliant fouryear career which saw him earn four varsity letters and be named All-Conference three times, AllArea twice and All-Area Player of the Year in 2003.

Personal Travis John Winter... Born Aug. 10, 1984... Son of John and Sue Winter... Majoring in business administration... Winter is just the second native of St. Cloud, Minn. ever to join the BSU program. The only other St. Cloud native to appear on a BSU roster was Mark Larson in 1992.

2005-06 / freshman

PIM 4/8 7/14 11/22 22/44

PP 0 6 6 12

SH 0 2 0 2

FG GW 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 3

GT 0 0 0 0

PIM 0/0 3/6 7/14 10/20

PP 0 4 5 9

SH 0 1 0 1

FG GW 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2

GT 0 0 0 0

Career Highs Goals: 2, three times; Assists: 3 vs. Wayne State (Mich.) (1/6/07); Points: 2-3=5 vs. Wayne State (Mich.) (1/6/07); SOG: 8 vs. Robert Morris (11/10/06); PIM: 4, vs. Ala.-Huntsville (12/7/07).

Played in 13 of BSU’s first 21 games, including Game 2 of BSU’s first nine series of the season, but played in just three games after Jan. 14. Made collegiate debut in Game 2 of Minn.-Duluth series (10/8); one shot on net, +1... Goal, first collegiate point vs Minnesota State (10/15)... Assist in each game of North Dakota series (12/16-17); first assists of collegiate career... Two assists vs Clarkson (12/30) ran scoring streak to three games.

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goaltender Freshman • 5-11 • 185 Calgary, Alberta AJHL - Calgaray

an .895 save percentage.

Prior to BSU Dan Bakala joins the Beavers after playing the last three seasons for the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Calgary Royals... Bakala saw time in 122 games for the Royals and logged 4,840 minutes between the pipes. Bakala earned decisions in 43 of the Royals’ 62 contests in 200708 accounting for 14 of the team’s 19 victories while piling up 2,610 minutes in net for Calgary. In his final game as a junior, Feb. 26, Bakala earned the first star for his role in preserving a 5-4 victory over the Canmore Eagles... The goaltender stopped 39 shots in the third period alone and finished the contest with 62 saves. He finished the season with a 3.52 goals against average and

Personal Dan Bakala... Born Dec. 23, 1987 to Henryk and Ursula Bakala... Is undecided on a major field of study.

Forward Freshman • 5-10 • 205 Bristol, Quebec CJHL - Cornwall Prior to BSU In one season with the Cornwall Colts Darcy Findlay posted a team-leading 44-38=82 points to sit eighth among all CJHL scorers, while his 44 goals ranked second in the league. He posted scoring streaks of nine and 10 consecutive games a year ago and 10 times scored three or more points in a game, which included six hat tricks. Findlay also exhibited himself as a special teams threat netting 15 power-play goals and potting a pair of short-handed markers.... He was selected to the CJHL All-Star team and was named as the RBC Canadian Junior “A” Championship MVP. Prior to joining the CJHL, Findlay played at least a portion of three seasons in the Quebec Junior AAA Hockey League. He began 200607 with the St. Jerome Panthers,

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Brad Hunt

Brad Hunt comes to Bemidji State after two full seasons with the Burnaby Express of the British Columbia Hockey League... In 200708 he helped lead the Express to a 33-22-0-3 overall record and a berth in the BCHL Coastal Conference Divisional Playoffs. In 60 games during the 200708 regular season, Hunt averaged nearly one point per game totaling 16 goals and 39 assists for 55 points to finish fourth on the team and second in the league in scoring among all defensemen... Of his 16 goals, 10 came on the power play placing him third on the team in special teams scoring... For his efforts he was named the Express’ Most Valuable Defenseman at the conclusion of the regular season.

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During his first full season with Burnaby (2006-07), Hunt posted four goals and 34 assists with all four markers coming on the man advantage. Prior to his time with the Express, Hunt patrolled the blue line for the Junior ‘B’ Ridge Meadow Flames where he was selected as the Flames’ Rookie of the Year and earned a roster spot in the PIJHL All-Star and Prospect Game. Hunt joins fellow defenseman and current Beaver Cody Bostock as alums of the BCHL. Bostock played for the Vernon Vipers in 2004-05.

Personal Bradley Shawn Hunt... Son of Steve and Tricia Hunt... Born on Aug. 24 1988...Lists business administration as his major.

which posted 42-10-2-0 overall record and a divisional championship during his run. He netted 1218=30 points in the first 27 games with the Panthers before being traded to Cornwall. With the Colts he scored 15 goals and 19 assists to tie for second on the team with 34 points despite playing in only 28 of the teams’ 51 contests. In 200506 Findlay posted 28 goals and 18 assists for 46 points in 45 games to finish third on a College Champlain Cougars team that went 38-9-1-3 to finish second in the QJAHL. In 2005, Findlay was selected by Central Scouting Service as a ‘Player to Watch’ for the NHL Draft.

Personal Darcy Robert Findlay... Born Sept. 29, 1987... Son of Jang Ann Findlay...Plans to major in Physical Education.

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Tyler Jundt

Defense Freshman • 5-9 • 168 Ridge Meadows, British Columbia BCHL - Burnaby Prior to BSU

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Dan Bakala

Defense Freshman • 6-0 • 190 Williston, North Dakota NAHL - North Iowa Prior to BSU Tyler Jundt joins the BSU men’s hockey program after playing in 51 games for the North Iowa Outlaws of the North American Hockey League in 2007-08... The back liner netted seven goals and 13 assists to rank third among Outlaws’ defensemen with 20 points... His +19 plus/minus ranking was good for second on the team, while he logged a total of 51 penalty minutes. Last season Jundt recorded four multi-point games, which included a pair of multi-goal contests... He also added a game-winning goal in a 6-2 victory over Bismarck (1/25) and registered one of the team’s 12 short-handed goals. Jundt helped direct North Iowa to a 38-16-4 overall record and a 2007-08 NAHL Central Division

Championship... The Outlaws were bumped from the Robertson Cup playoffs by the Springfield Junior Blues in the first round... In three playoff games, Jundt posted an assist and recorded 10 shots on goal. Prior to 2007-08, Jundt recorded a goal and five assists in 47 games for the United States Hockey League’s Green Bay Gamblers. Jundt joins former North Iowa teammate and Hibbing, Minn. native Shea Walters in this year’s freshman class.

Personal Tyler James Jundt... Born March 7, 1988... Son of Mic and Traci Kornkven... Is undecided in a major.

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Ben Kinne

Forward Freshman • 6-0 • 190 St. Paul, Minnesota USHL - Sioux City Prior to BSU Ben Kinne is one of two native Minnesotans to join the Beavers for 2008-09... Kinne comes to BSU after a season in the USHL playing for the Sioux City Musketeers... Seeing time in each of the Musketeers’ 60 contests last winter, Kinne ranked fifth on the team with 43 points, which included 17 goals and 26 assists... Of his 17 lamplighters, three came on the power play, while one was shorthanded... He also added a pair of game-winners. Kinne recorded a 2007-08-best three assists in a 7-1 victory over Indiana (1/5) while in the midst of a streak of 13 games in which he recorded 6-8--14 points, netting a point in nine of the 13 contests. Kinne joins a long list of former

Musketeers to lace up their skates for the green and white, most recently, three-time captain and defensive mainstay David Deterding. Prior to his time in the USHL, Kinne experienced a tremendous amount of success at Cretin-Durham Hall High School... In addition to being an all-conference and AllState Honorable Mention pick in 2006, he helped guide the Raiders to a “AA” State Championship... For his efforts in the event, he was named to the All-Tournament Team.

Forward Freshman • 6-1 • 185 London, Ontario OPJHL - Vaughn Prior to BSU

Jamie MacQueen comes to Bemidji State after netting 75 points for the Vaughn Vipers and Pickering Panthers in 2007-08... After posting 22 goals and 21 assists and being named OPJHL South Player of the Month for Pickering during the first 32 games of the season, MacQueen was traded to Vaughn. After swapping jerseys, he registered 15 goals and 17 assists to average nearly two points per game... He was potent on special teams potting 11 power-play goals while collecting three shorthanded markers. MacQueen saved his best hockPersonal ey for last... He finished the regularBorn June 4, 1988... Benjamin season on a 19-game scoring James Kinne is the son of Mike streak, which included a string of and Carrie Kinne... Has not se- nine consecutive multi-point games lected a major field of study. between Jan. 5 and Feb. 2... During that streak, he also registered eight

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Brent Tamane

Forward Freshman • 5-9 • 160 Pickering, Ontario OPJHL - Toronto Prior to BSU Brent Tamane arrives at BSU after playing the past two seasons for the OPJHL’s Toronto Junior Canadians... He led the team in scoring in 2007-08, netting 26 goals and 34 assists in just 40 contests.. He left the program after rolling up 49 goals and 74 assists in 87 games... He accounted for 12 power-play goals, eight gamewinners and four short-handed markers a year ago. Tamane finished the season scoring in 24 of the last 25 games, including a 16-game strand to cap the season... He posted a seasonbest five points (2g-3a) in a 10-1, (9/30) victory over Durham and recorded a season-high four assists in a 13-4 win over Ajax (10/6). The 29-18-2 Junior Canadians

posted an opening series victory over North York, 3-2, in the OPJHL South playoffs before seeing its post-season come to an end dropping the best-of-five second-round series to St. Michaels, 3-2. During his time with the Junior Canadians, Tamane earned a spot on the OPJHL South AllStar squad and was named the league’s Player of the Month. Prior to his OPJHL career, Tamane skated for the Wexford Raiders of the Metro Junior Hockey League (MTJHL) where he played in 42 games and notched 20 goals and 24 assists, which included three game-winners.

Personal Brent Kenneth Tamane... Born Feb. 23, 1988... Son of Gary and Diane Tamane.

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Jamie MacQueen

games of three or more points and tallied four game-winning goals. The Vipers posted a 41-4-4 regular-season mark to nab the No. 2 seed and a bye in the first round of the OPJHL South playoffs. MacQueen netted a pair of goals in the best-of-five, second-round series versus Markham, but Vaughn was defeated 3-1. During the 2006-07 campaign, MacQueen spent time with Pickering and Aurora. He posted 15 goals and 11 assists in 27 games for the Tigers and totaled seven goals and 10 assists in 19 games with Pickering.

Personal Jamie Robert MacQueen... Born Aug. 2, 1988... Has selected business as his major... Is the son of Todd and Laurie Butterwick.

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Shea Walters

Forward Freshman • 5-11 • 180 Hibbing, Minnesota NJHL - North Iowa Prior to BSU Shea Walters comes to BSU after an extremely successful season at North Iowa of the NJHL... He registered 24-60=84 points in 57 games helping the Outlaws to a 38-16-4 overall record... His 84 points was good for third in the league while his 60 helpers paced all NJHL scorers... He scored in 42 of 57 outings and opened the season with a streak of 25 games in which he tallied 12 goals and 32 assists... He posted multi-point games on 25 occasions and recorded a career-best five assists in a 6-4 victory over Springfield (12/31) Prior to joining the Outlaws, Walters logged two seasons with the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL. In two seasons, the Hibbing, Minn. native suited up for

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

the Gamblers 110 times netting 5-34=39 points with 23 points coming during his final season. His 22 assists was good for fourth on the team while he finished eighth on the squad in scoring. Was named NAHL Froward of the Year to conclude the 2007-08 campaign... A member of the Hibbing High School hockey team as a prep, Walters helped HHS to a third place finish in the Minnesota State High School Tournament. Walters rejoins former teammate Tyler Lehrke on the BSU roster...Walters and Lehrke played together at Green Bay in 2005-06.

Personal Shea Steven Walters... Son of Kris and Cheryl Walters... Born March 5, 1987... Is a design technology major.

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Bemidji State Hockey 2008-09 Non-Conference Opponents

Minnesota State Mavericks

Air Force Falcons

St. Cloud State Huskies

October 10-11, 2008; 7:37 p.m. / 7:07 p.m. Alltel Center; Mankato, Minn.

October 17-18, 2007; 8:05 p.m. / 8:05 p.m. Cadet Ice Arena; Colorado Springs, Colo.

October 24-25, 2008; 7:35 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse

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Location: Mankato, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):1868 (14,028) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: WCHA Nickname: Mavericks School Colors: Purple & Gold Home Ice: Alltel Center Size (capacity): 200x100 (4,832) President: Dr. Richard Davenport Athletic Director: Kevin Buisman Athletic Phone: (507) 389-3216 Athletic Fax: (507) 389-2904

Location: Colorado Springs, Colo. Founded (Enrollment): 1954 (4,400) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Hockey Nickname: Falcons School Colors: Blue and Silver Home Ice: Cadet Ice Arena Size (capacity): 200x85 (2,502) Superintendemt: Lt. Gen. John Regni Athletic Director: Dr. Hans Mueh Athletic Phone: (719) 333-4008 Tickets: (719) 472-1895

head coach forward Troy Mick Hockey SID: Paul Allan Jutting Berge paul.allen@mnsu.edu Phone: (507) 389-2625 Oct. 10 Bemidji State SID Home: (507) 387-2373 Oct. 11 Bemidji State SID Fax: (507) 389-1923 Oct. 17 *North Dakota Press Box: (507) 389-3000 Oct. 18 *North Dakota http://www.msumavericks.com Oct. 31 at *Minnesota Program History Nov. 1 *Minnesota First Year of Hockey: 1969-70 Nov. 7 at *Alaska-Anchorage Overall Record: 679-494-117 (.572) Nov. 8 at *Alaska-Anchorage Years in Div. I post-season: none Nov. 14 *Colorado College WCHA Season Titles: none Nov. 15 *Colorado College WCHA Tournament Titles: none Nov. 21 at *Michigan Tech Nov. 22 at *Michigan Tech Coaching Staff Nov. 28 Bowling Green Head Coach: Troy Jutting Nov. 29 Bowling Green alma mater: Minnesota State ‘87 Dec. 5 *St. Cloud State at MSU: 127-145-38 (9th) Dec. 6 at *St. Cloud State Career: 127-145-38 (9th. Phone: (507) 389-5196 Dec. 12 *Denver Contact: contact SID Dec. 13 *Denver Dec. 29 at Princeton Assistants: Eric Means Minnesota ‘94 Dec. 30 at Yale Darren Blue Minnesota State ‘96 Jan. 3 Nebraska-Omaha Jan. 9 at *Colorado College The Mavericks Jan. 10 at *Colorado College 2007-08 record: 19-16-4. Jan. 16 *Alaska-Anchorage WCHA: 12-12-4 (4th)) Jan. 17 *Alaska- Anchorage post-season: 1-2 WCHA Tourn. Jan. 23 at *Minn. Duluth Final national ranking: none Returning: 18 (10f, 6d, 2g) Jan. 24 at *Minn. Duluth Lost: 5 (4f, 1d, 0g) Jan. 30 *Minnesota Jan. 31 at *Minnesota Feb. 13 at *North Dakota Series vs MSU Standing: 44-31-13 Feb. 14 at *North Dakota home: 29-11-5 Feb. 24 at Nebraska-Omaha away: 15-20-8 Feb. 27 *Wisconsin neutral: 0-0-0 Feb. 28 *Wisconsin overtime: 1-0-0 Mar. 6 at *St. Cloud State Mar. 7 St. Cloud State Mar. 19-21 WCHA Final Five

head coach wing Hockey SID: Dave Toller Frank Greg dave-toller@usafa.edu Serratore Flynn Phone: (719) 333-3478 Oct. 5 Alberta (exh.) Cell: (719) 200-2802 SID Fax: (719) 333-3798 Oct. 10 at *Sacred Heart Press Box: (719) 472-1554 Oct. 11 at *Sacred Heart http://www.goairforcefalcons.com Oct. 17 Bemidji State Oct. 18 Bemidji State Program History Oct. 24 at American International First Year of Hockey: 1968-69 Oct. 25 at American International Overall Record: 556-602-58 Oct. 31 *Bentley Years in Div. I post-season: 1 Nov. 1 *Bentley Postseaosn Record: n/a Nov. 14 at *Holy Cross Nov. 15 at *Holy Cross Coaching Staff Head Coach: Frank Serratore. Nov. 21 *Scared Heart alma mater: Bemidji State ‘82 Nov. 22 *Scared Heart at USAFA: 170-201-30 (11th) Nov. 28 Colorado College Career: 219-293-39 (15th) Nov. 29 at Denver Phone: (719) 333-2188 Dec. 5 *RIT Contact: contact SID Dec. 6 *RIT Assistants: Dec. 29 at *Connecticut Mke Corbett Denver ‘98 Dec. 30 1 Toyota/Univeristy Capt. Andy Berg Air Force ‘03 of Connecticut Classic Jan. 3 at *Connecticut The Falcons 2007-08 record: 21-12-6 Jan. 4 at Yale Atlantic Hockey 14-9-5 (3rd) Jan. 16 Canisius post-season: NCAA Tournament Jan. 17 Canisius Final national ranking: none Jan. 23 Army Returning: 18 (10f, 6d, 2g) Jan. 24 Army Lost: 9 (5f, 3d, 1g) Jan. 30 at Mercyhurst Jan. 31 at Mercyhurst Series vs USAFA Feb. 6 *Connecticut Standing: 23-6-2 Feb. 7 *Connecticut home: 14-1-2 away: 8-5-0 Feb. 13 at *Bentley neutral: 2-0-0 Feb. 14 at *Bentley overtime: 1-2-2 Feb. 20 *Holy Cross Feb. 21 *Holy Cross Feb. 27 at *RIT Feb. 26 at *RIT Mar. 20-21 AHA Final Four

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Location: St. Cloud, Minn. Founded (Enrollment): 1869 (16,882) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: WCHA Nickname: Huskies School Colors: Cardinal & Black Home Ice: National Hockey Center Size (capacity): 200x85 (5,000) President: Dr. Earl H Potter III Athletic Director: Dr. Morris Kurtz Athletic Phone: (320) 308-3102 Athletic Fax: (320) 308-2099

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head coach forward Bob Gareett Hockey SID: Tom Nelson Motzko Roe tcnelson@stcloudstate.edu Oct. 8 British Columbia (exh.) Phone: (320) 308-2141 Home: (320) 654-9815 Oct. 10 Mercyhurst SID Fax: (320) 308-2099 Oct. 11 Mercyhurst Press Box: (320) 308-5227 Oct. 17 *Minnesota http://www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics Oct. 18 at *Minnesota Oct. 24 at Bemidji State Program History Oct. 25 at Bemidji State First Year of Hockey: 1931-32 Nov. 1 # *Minn. Duluth Overall Record: 855-724-88 (.539) Nov. 7 Robert Morris Firt Year of Div. I Hockey: 1987-88 NCAA Tournament: 7 Nov. 8 Robert Morris WCHA Season Titles: none Nov. 14 *Denver WCHA Final Five Titles: 1 Nov. 15 *Denver Nov. 21 *Wisconsin Nov. 22 *Wisconsin Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bob Motzko Nov. 29 at *Minn. Duluth alma mater: St. Cloud St. ‘87 Dec. 5 at *Minnesota State at SCSU: 63-43-16 (4rd) Dec. 6 *Minnesota State Career: 63-43-16 (4rd). Dec. 12 at *North Dakota Phone: (320) 308-4806 Dec. 13 at *North Dakota Contact: contact SID Dec. 27 1 Cornell Assistants: Eric Rud Colo-College ‘87. Dec. 28 1 Cons./Champ Mike Gibbons Bemidji State ‘79 Jan. 9 *Minn. Duluth Jan. 10 *Minn, Duluth Jan. 16 at *Minnesota The Huskies 2007-08 record: 19-16-5 Jan. 17 *Minnesota WCHA: 12-12-4 (4th). Jan. 23 at *Colorado College post-season: 2-2 NCAA Reg. Jan. 24 at *Colorado College Final national ranking: 8th Jan. 30 *North Dakota Returning: 17 (10f, 5d, 2g) Jan. 31 *North Dakota Lost: 8 (4f, 3d, 1g) Feb. 6 at *Alaska Anchorage Feb. 7 at *Alaska Anchorage Series vs SCSU Standing: 42-35-3 Feb. 13 *Michigan Tech home: 25-15-1 Feb. 14 *Michigan Tech away: 17-19-2 Feb. 27 at *Denver neutral: 0-1-0 Feb. 28 at *Denver overtime: 0-2-3 Mar. 6 *Minnesota State Mar. 7 at *Minnesota State Mar. 19-21 WCHA Final Five

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1 Tournament location * Atlantc Hockey contest

* WCHA contest

*WCHA contest 1 Florida College Hockey

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Position Players ## Player POS YR 23 Trevor Bruess F SO 21 Mick Berge F JR 9 Kael Mouillierat F SO 19 Geoff Irwin F SO 7 Andrew Sackrison F FR 10 Zach Harrison F SO 20 Jason Wiley F SO 37 Jon Kalinski F JR 22 Kurt Davis D FR 5 Ben Youds D FR

Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 13 Brent Olson F JR 18 20 38 21/ 42 6 1 2 1 26 Jeff Hajner F SO 15 2 3 38 24/ 48 9 0 3 0 4 Greg Flynn D JR 8 23 31 21/ 42 3 0 1 0 12 Matt Fairchild F SO 11 1 8 29 10/ 20 2 3 1 0 11 Josh Frider F JR 13 14 27 21/ 42 7 0 1 2 17 Derrick Burnett F FR 7 19 26 13/ 26 2 0 2 0 14 Michael Mayra D JR 3 16 19 20/ 40 1 0 0 0 8 Scott Kozlak F FR 9 8 17 15/ 30 0 0 2 0 19 Mike Phillipich F JR 6 9 15 10/ 20 2 0 1 0 22 Blake Page F FR 4 10 14 1/ 2 0 0 1 0

Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 19 Ryan Lasch F SO 25 28 53 6/ 12 13 0 5 1 9 Garrett Roe F FR 18 2 7 45 22/ 55 9 0 4 1 12 Andreas Nodl F SO 18 26 44 11/ 22 11 0 0 1 26 John Swanson D/F JR 8 14 22 9/ 18 4 2 2 0 7 Garrett Raboin D SO 3 16 19 22/ 44 1 0 0 0 27 Tony Mosey F FR 5 11 16 14/ 28 1 0 1 0 17 Aaron Marvin F FR 3 10 13 11/ 33 1 0 0 0 22 Brent Borgen F JR | 3 7 10 7/ 14 0 0 0 0 15 Nick Oslund F FR 4 1 5 8/ 27 0 0 1 0 8 Michael Olson F JR 3 2 5 3/ 6 0 0 1 0

Goaltenders ## Player YR 1 Andrew Volkening SO

Goaltenders ## Player 33 Jase Weslosky 41 Dan Dunn 30 B.J. O’Brien

Goaltenders ## Player YR 1 Mike Zacharias JR 49 Dan Tormey JR

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G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 9 21 30 20/ 54 1 3 1 1 20 6 26 9/ 18 6 0 4 0 11 11 22 15/ 30 1 0 3 0 9 12 21 14/ 28 4 0 2 0 6 14 20 2/ 4 3 0 0 0 6 13 19 16/ 35 0 1 0 1 11 7 18 13/ 37 2 0 1 0 8 10 18 24/ 56 3 2 3 0 1 14 15 6/ 23 0 0 0 0 1 11 12 17/ 53 0 0 0 0

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 2221 77 9 39 .924 2.08 18 13 4 217 18 9 4 .839 4.99 1 3 0

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 2271 79 813 . 911 2.09 21 11 6

YR SO FR FR

Min. GA 1901 67 433 19 85 5

Sv Sv% GAA W 909 .931 2.12 16 91 .910 2.63 3 1 21 .808 3.54 0

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Bemidji State Hockey 2008-09 Non-Conference Opponents Michigan Tech

U-Mass Minutemen

Dartmouth Big Green

November 28-29, 2008; 7:35 p.m. / 7:05 p.m John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji Minn.

December 29, 2008; 3:00 p.m. William D. Mullins Memorial Center. Amhurst, Mass.

December 29, 2008; TBA William D. Mullins Memorial Center. Amhurst, Mass.

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Location: Houghton, Mich. Founded (Enrollment): 1885 (6,738) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: WCHA Nickname: Huskies School Colors: SIlver, Gold and Black Home Ice: MacInnes Student Ice Arena Size (capacity): 200x85 (4,128) President: Dr. Glenn Mroz Athletic Director: Suzanne Sanregret Athletic Phone: n/a Athletic Fax: n/a Tickets: n/a head coach defense Jamie Geoff Sports Information Russell Kinrade Hockey SID: Ian Marks. Oct. 4 Toronto (Exh.) imarks@mtu.edu Phone: (906) 487-2351 Oct. 10 at Northern Michigan SID Fax: (906) 487-3062 Oct. 11 at Lake Superior St. Press Box: (906) 487-2337 Oct. 17 at *Colorado College www.michigantechhuskies.com Oct. 18 at *Colorado College Oct. 24 US National Program History Development Team First Year of Hockey: 19-19-20 Oct. 31 *Alaska Anchorage Overall Record: n/a Nov. 1 *Alaska Anchorage NCAA Titles: 3 WCHA Regular Season Titles: 7 Nov. 7 at *Wisconsin WCHA Tourney Ttiles 9 Nov. 8 at *Wisconsin NCAA Tourney Appearances 10 Nov. 15 at *Minnesota Nov. 16 at *Minnesota Nov. 21 *Minnesota State Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jamie Russell Nov. 22 *Minnesota State alma mater: Michigan Tech ‘89 Nov. 28 at Bemidji State at MTU: 55-112-25 Nov. 29 at Bemidji State Career: 55-112-25 Dec. 5 *Denver Phone: (906) 487-2104 Dec. 6 *Denver Contact: contact SID Dec. 12 at *Minn. Duluth Assistants: Dec. 13 at *Minn.Duluth Pat Mikesch Dec. 19 Northern Michigan Chris Tok Dec. 20 at Northern Michigan Dec.27-28 1 Great Lakes Invite The Huskies 2006-07 record: 14-20-5 Jan. 9 at *Denver WCHA: 9-15-4 Jan. 10 at *Denver Final national ranking: none Jan. 16 *North Dakota Returning: 17 (9f, 7d, 1g) Jan. 17 *North Dakota Lost: 10 (7f, 1d, 1g) Jan. 23 at *Alaska Anchorage Jan. 24 at *Alaska Anchorage Series vs MTU Standing: 0-2-0 Feb. 6 *Colorado College home: 0-0-0 Feb. 7 *Colorado College away: 0-2-0 Feb. 13 at *St. Cloud State neutral: 0-0-0 Feb. 14 at *St. Cloud State overtime: 0-0-0 Feb. 20 *Minn.Duluth Feb. 21 *Minn. Duluth Mar. 6 *Minnesota Mar. 7 *Minnesota Mar.13-14 WCHA Playoffs Mar.19-21 WCHA Final Five * WCHA contest

Location: Amherst, Mass Founded (Enrollment): 1863 (25,593) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Hockey East Nickname: Minutemen School Colors: Maroon & White Home Ice: William D. Mullins Memorial Center Size (capacity): 200x95 (8,373) President: Dr. Jack M. Wilson Athletic Director: John McCutcheon Athletic Phone: (413) 545-9652 Athletic Fax: (413) 545-1727 head coach Tickets: Don Cahoon

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Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 12 Geoff Kinrade D JR 5 1 4 19 15/ 30 4 0 3 0 5 Drew Dobson D SO 2 1 5 17 25/ 53 0 0 1 0 9 Malcolm Gwilliam W JR 5 9 14 11/ 44 2 0 0 0 15 Eric Kattelus C FR 2 8 10 7/ 25 0 0 0 0 18 Alex Gagne C JR 5 4 9 2/ 4 0 0 2 0 22 Jordan Baker C FR 3 6 9 16/ 43 0 0 0 0 13 Ryan Angelow C JR 4 4 8 13/ 26 1 0 1 0 16 Bennett Royer W FR 2 5 7 7/ 14 1 0 0 0 21 Ryan Bunger W SO 2 5 7 18/ 36 0 0 0 0 26 Deron Cousens D FR 1 6 7 0/0 0 0 0 0

Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 19 James Marcou F FR 8 24 32 10/ 20 1 0 1 1 12 Cory Quirk F JR 11 18 29 7/ 14 5 0 2 0 11 Chris Davis F JR 6 17 23 12/ 24 1 1 1 0 27 Justin Braun D SO 4 16 20 10/ 20 2 0 0 0 24 Alex Berry F JR 10 7 17 19/ 63 2 2 1 0 10 Will Ortiz F SO 7 8 15 15/ 30 1 0 2 0 25 Michael Lecomte F FR 7 6 13 16/ 32 1 0 1 0 8 Jordan Virtue F JR 4 2 6 4/ 16 0 0 1 0 15 Brian Keane F FR 2 4 6 4/ 16 0 0 1 0 2 Martin Nolet D SO 2 4 6 17/ 53 1 0 0 0 Goaltenders ## Player YR Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 31 Paul Dainton FR 1947 83 848 .911 2.56 12 14 6 33 Dan Meyers SO 234 10 107 .915 2.57 2 2 0

Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 24 Evan Stephens D FR 5 17 22 16/ 32 1 0 0 0 12 Kyle Reeds F FR 8 11 19 2/ 4 2 0 1 0 22 Rob Pritchard F JR 8 8 16 11/ 33 4 1 2 0 19 Joe Gaudet F SO 10 5 15 13/ 37 1 1 0 0 9 Josh Gillam F SO 7 8 15 5/ 10 3 0 1 0 17 Scott Fleming F FR 6 5 11 3/ 6 1 0 1 0 10 Matt Reber F FR 3 8 11 4/ 8 0 0 0 0 11 Andrew Owsiak F FR 2 8 10 1/ 2 1 0 0 0 8 Peter Boldt D SO 1 9 10 6/ 12 0 0 1 0 15 Connor Shields F JR 4 4 8 3/ 6 1 0 0 1

Goaltenders ## Player YR 29 Michael-Lee Teslak JR 37 Rob Nolan JR

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 1389 51 5 69 .918 2.20 8 11 4 992 44 3 90 .899 2.66 6 9 1

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center James Marcou

Oct. 4 New Brunswick (Exh.) Oct. 10 Michigan State Oct. 11 North Dakota Oct. 21 at Rensselaer Oct. 24 at *New Hampshire Oct. 31 *Providence Nov.1 *Providence Program History Nov. 8 at *Merrimack First Year of Hockey: 1908-09 Nov. 14 *Boston Overall Record: 495-690-76 Nov. 15 *UMass-Lowell Years in Div. I post-season: 1 Nov. 21 at *Boston College (2007) Nov. 22 *Boston College East Titles: Nov. 25 *Vermont East Tourn. Titles: 0 Nov. 28 St. Lawrence Dec. 5 Connecticut Coaching Staff Dec. 12 American International Head Coach: update Dec.28 1 Bemidji State alma mater: update Dec. 29 1 Army/Dartmouth at CC: 190-104-23 (8th) Career: 190-104-23 (8th) Jan. 4 Cornell Phone: (719) 389-6480 Jan. 9 *New Hampshire Contact: contact SID Jan. 10 at *New Hampshire Assistants: Jan. 16 *Providence Norm Bazin Mass.-Lowell ‘94 Jan. 17 at *UMass-Lowell Joe Bonnett W. Michigan ‘93 Jan. 23 at *Vermont Jan. 24 at *Vermont The Minutemen Jan. 30 *Northeastern 2006-07 record: update Feb. 1 at *Maine WCHA: 13-12-3 (5th). Feb. 6 at *Boson College post-season: 1-2 WCHA Tourn. Final national ranking: none Feb. 7 *UMass-Lowell Returning: 17 (9f, 5d, 3g) Feb. 13 *Northeastern Lost: 9 (6f, 3d, 0g) Feb. 14 at *Northeastern Feb. 20 *Maine Series vs U-Mass Feb. 21 *Maine Standing: 0-0-0 Feb. 27 *Boston home: 0-0-0 Feb. 28 at *Boston away: 0-0-0 Mar. 6 at *Merrimack neutral: 0-0-0 Mar. 7 *Merrimack overtime: 0-0-0 Hockey SID: John Sinnett. jsinnett@admin.umass.edu Phone: (413) 545-1744 Cell: (413) 687-2237 SID Fax: (413) 545-1556 Press Box: (413) 545-6139 http://www.umassathletics.com

Location: Hanover, N.H. Founded (Enrollment): 1769 (4,200) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: ECAC Hockey; Ivy League Nickname: Big Green School Colors: Green & White Home Ice: Thompson Arena Size (capacity): 200x85 (4,500) President: James E. Wright Athletic Director: Josie Harper Athletic Phone: n/a Athletic Fax: (603) 646-1286 Tickets: (603) 646-2466 head coach forward Bob Rob Pritchard Sports Information Gaudet Hockey SID: Heather Croze Oct. 25 Quebec (Exh.) heather.croze@dartmouth.edu Phone: (603) 646-9340 Oct. 26 at Yale (Exh.) Cell: (603) 996-1279 Oct. 31 at Harvard* SID Fax: (603) 646-1286 Nov. 2 Vermont Press Box: (603) 646-1286 Nov. 7 at Union* http://www.DartmouthSports.com Nov. 8 at RPI* Nov. 14 St. Lawrence* Program History Nov. 15 Clarkston* First Year of Hockey: 1905 Nov. 21 at Colgate* Overall Record: Nov. 22 at Colgate* NCAA Titles: Nov. 28 at Providence Nov. 30 at Boston College Coaching Staff Head Coach: BobGaudet Dec. 28 1 Army alma mater: Dartmouth ‘81 Dec. 29 1 UMass/Bemidji St. at Dartmouth: 163-151-41 (12th) Jan. 3 at Quinnipiac* Career: 256-293-72 (20th) Jan. 4 at Princeton* Phone: (603) 646-2469 Jan. 9 Yale* Contact: contact SID Jan. 10 Brown* Assistants: Jan. 17 vs New Hampshire Dave Peters Boston College ‘82 Brenden Whittet Brown ‘94 Jan. 21 at Holy Cross Ed Walsh Salem State ‘83 Jan. 24 Harvard* Jan. 30 RPI* Jan. 31 Union* The Big Green 2007-08 record: 12-16-4 Feb. 6 at Brown* ECAC: 6-13-3 (T10th) Feb. 7 at Yale* Ivy: 1-9-0 (6th) Feb. 13 Cornell* post-season: Feb. 14 Colgate* Final national ranking: Feb. 20 at Clarkson* Returning: 20 (11f, 7d, 2g) Feb. 21 at St. Lawrence* Lost: 10 (3f, 3d, 2g) Feb. 27 Princeton* Series vs Dartmouth Feb. 28 Quinnipiac* Standing: 0-1-0 Mar. 6-9 ECAC First Round home: 0-0-0 Mar. 13-15 ECAC Quarters away: 0-0-0 Mar. 20-21 ECAC Finals neutral: 0-1-0 overtime: 0-1-0 * ECAC contest 1- Ledyard National Bank Classic (Hanover N.D.)

* Hockey East contest 1 Dartmouth Ledyard National Bank Classic,

Goaltenders ## Player 30 Joe Grossman 33 Dan Goulding

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

YR SO JR

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 211 14 7 9 .849 3.99 0 1 2 80 4 29 .879 3.01 1 0 0

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Bemidji State Hockey 2008-09 Non-conference Opponents

Army Black Knights

North Dakota Fighting Sioux Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs

December 29, 2008; TBA Thompson Arena, Hanover, N.H.

January 2, 2009; 7:35 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji Minn. January 3, 2009; 7:37 p.m. Ralph Englestad Arena; Grand Forks, N.D.

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January 16-17, 2009; 7:05 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. Duluth Entertainment & Convention Center; Duluth, Minn.

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Location: Grand Forks, N.D. Founded (Enrollment): 1883 (12,559) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: WCHA Nickname: Fighting Sioux School Colors: Kelly Green & White Home Ice: Ralph Engelstad Arena Size (capacity): 200x85 (11,406) President: Dr. Robert Kelley Athletic Director: Brian Faison Athletic Phone: (701) 777-2234 Athletic Fax: (701) 777-2285 Tickets: (701) 777-0855 head coach forward Dave Ryan Sports Information Hakstol Duncan Hockey SID: Dan Benson danbenson@mail.und.nodak.edu Oct 7 Manitoba Phone: (701) 777-2985 Oct. 10 at Boston University Cell: (701) 740-2908 Oct. 11 at Massachusetts SID Home: (701) 780-8744 Oct. 17 at *MSU-Mankato SID Fax: (701) 777-4352 Oct. 18 at *MSU-Mankato Press Box: (701) 777-4352 Oct. 31 *Wisconsin http://www.fightingsioux.com Nov. 1 *Wisconsin Nov. 7 at *Colorado College Program History Nov. 8 at *Colorado College First Year of Hockey: 1946-47 Overall Record: 1248-847-107 (.588) Nov. 14 *Alaska-Anchorage Years in Div. I post-season: 23 Nov. 15 *Alaska-Anchorage WCHA Season Titles: 12 Nov. 21 at *Minn.Duluth WCHA Tournament Titles: 7 Nov. 22 at *Minn. Duluth Nov. 28 Cornell Coaching Staff Nov. 29 Cornell Head Coach: Dave Hakstol Dec. 5 at Harvard alma mater: North Dakota ‘96 Dec. 6 at Harvard at UND: 106-56-15 (5th) Dec. 12 *St. Cloud State Career: 106-56-15 (5th) Dec. 13 *St. Cloud State Phone: (701) 777-3118 Contact: contact SID Dec. 19 US Under-18 Team Dec.27-28 1 Great Lakes Invite Assistants: Cary Eades North Dakota ‘84 Jan. 2 at Bemidji State Dane Jackson North Dakota ‘92 Jan. 3 Bemidji State Jan. 9 *Minnesota The Fighting Sioux Jan. 10 *Minnesota 2007-08 record: 28-11-4 Jan. 16 at *Michigan Tech WCHA: 18-7-3 (2nd) Jan. 17 at *Michigan Tech post-season: 5-3 Frozen Four Jan. 23 * Denver Final national ranking: 3rd Jan. 24 * Denver Returning: 17 Lost: 7 Jan. 30 at *St. Cloud State Jan. 31 at *St. Cloud State Feb. 13 *Minnesota State Series vs UND Standing: 1-15-1 Feb. 14 *Minnesota State home: 0-4-0 Feb. 20 at *Alaska-Anchorage away: 1-11-1 Feb. 21 at *Alaska-Anchorage neutral: 0-0-0 Feb. 28 *Colorado College overtime: 0-0-1 Mar. 1 *Colorado College Mar. 6 at *Wisconsin Mar. 7 at *Wisconsin 1 Great Lakes Invite, Detroit, MI *WCHA contest

Location: Duluth, Minn. Founded (Enrollment): 1895 (10,500) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: WCHA Nickname: Bulldogs School Colors: Maroon & Gold Home Ice: Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center Size (capacity): 190x85 (5,294) Chancellor: Dr. Kathryn Martin Athletic Director: Bob Nielson Athletic Phone: (218) 726-8168 Athletic Fax: (218) 726-6529 Tickets: (218) 726-8595 head coach wing Scott MacGregor Sports Information Sandelin Sharpe Hockey SID: Bob Nygaard Oct. 5 Lakehead bnygaard@d.umn.edu Phone: (218) 726-8191 Oct. 10 at Lake Superior St. Cell: (218) 341-0524 Oct. 11 at Northern Michigan SID Home: (218) 724-6366 Oct. 17 Western Michigan SID Fax: (218) 726-6529 Oct. 18 Western Michigan Press Box: (218) 727-7939 Oct. 24 at *Alaska-Anchorage http://www.umdbulldogs.com Oct. 25 at *Alaska-Anchorage Program History Nov. 1 at *St. Cloud State First Year of Hockey: 1930-31 Nov. 7 at *Denver Overall Record: 875-941-108 (.485) Nov. 8 at *Denver Years in Div. I post-season: 5 Nov. 14 *Wisconsin WCHA Season Titles: n/a Nov. 15 *Wisconsin WCHA Tournament Titles: 3 Nov. 21 *North Dakota Nov. 22 *North Dakota Coaching Staff Nov. 29 *St. Cloud State Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Dec. 5 at *Colorado College alma mater: North Dakota ‘86 Dec. 6 at *Colorado College at UMD: 109-143-31 (7th) Dec. 12 *Michigan Tech Career: 109-143-31 (7th) Phone: (218) 726-8579 Dec. 13 *Michigan Tech Contact: contact SID Jan. 2-3 1 Shillelagh Tourney Jan. 9 at *St. Cloud State Assistants: Steve Rohlik Wisconsin ‘90 Jan. 10 at *St. Cloud State Lee Davidson North Dakota ‘02 Jan. 16 Bemidji State Jan. 17 Bemidji State The Bulldogs Jan. 23 *Minnesota State 2007-08 record: 13-17-6 Jan. 24 *Minnesota State WCHA: 9-14-5 (8th) Jan. 30 at *Wisconsin post-season: 0-2 WCHA Tourn. Jan. 31 at *Wisconsin Final national ranking: none Returning: 20 (12f, 6d, 2g) Feb. 6 *Denver Lost: 5 (2f, 2d, 1g) Feb. 7 *Denver Feb. 20 at *Michigan Tech Feb. 21 at *Michigan Tech Series vs UMD Standing: 7-16-0 Feb. 27 at *Minnesota home: 3-5-0 Feb. 28 at *Minnesota away: 4-11-0 Mar. 6 *Alaska-Anchorage neutral: 0-0-0 Mar. 7 *Alaska-Anchorage overtime: 2-0-0

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Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 21 Owen Meyer F SO 21 18 39 13/ 26 7 1 4 0 5 Zach McKelvie D JR 4 13 17 24/ 48 3 0 2 0 6 Cody Omilusik F FR 9 7 16 12/ 32 1 2 3 0 15 Eric Sefchik F SO 3 10 13 3/ 6 1 0 0 0 18 Joey Ammon F FR 8 1 9 8/ 24 1 0 1 0 17 Will Ryan F JR 3 5 8 4/ 8 0 0 1 0 10 Drew Pierson F FR 2 5 7 3/ 6 0 0 1 0 7 Matt Hickey F JR 1 2 3 6/ 12 0 0 0 0 14 Pat Copeland D FR 0 1 1 4/ 8 0 0 0 0 4 Mark Tilch D FR 0 0 0 3/ 6 0 0 0 0

Position Players ## Player POS YR 7 T.J. Oshie F JR 6 Ryan Duncan F JR 29 Chris VandeVelde F SO 5 Chay Genoway D SO 4 Taylor Chorney D JR 10 Andrew Kozek F JR 20 Matt Watkins F JR 2 Joe Finley D JR 21 Matt Frattin F FR 19 Evan Trupp F FR

Position Players ## Player POS YR 18 MacGregor Sharp C JR 19 Nick Kemp W JR 20 Andrew Carroll W JR 17 Josh Meyers D JR 7 Jason Garrison D JR 23 Jordan Fulton C SO 10 Michael Gergen W JR 37 Justin Fontaine W FR 5 Trent Palm D SO 8 Drew Akins C SO

Goaltenders ## Player 30 Josh Kassel 35 Jay Clark 1 Joey Spracklen

Goaltenders ## Player 30 Aaron Walski

Location: West Point, N.Y Founded (Enrollment) 1802 (4,400) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic Hockey Nickname: Black Knights School Colors: Black, Gold & Grey Home Ice: Tate Rink Size (capacity): 200x90 (2,648) Superintendent: Lt. Gen. F.L. Hagenbeck Athletic Director: Kevin Anderson Athletic Phone: (845) 938-370 Athletic Fax: (845) 446-1322 Tickets: 1-877-TIX-ARMY head coach defense Bob Zach SID: Bob Beretta Riley McKelvie robert.beretta@usma.edu Phone: (845) 938-3303 Oct. 18 Merrimack Cell: n/a Oct. 24 at Connecticut* SID Home: n/a Oct. 25 at Connecticut* SID Fax: (845) 446-2556 Oct. 31 Sacred Heart* Press Box: n/a Nov. 1 at Sacred Heart* http://www.goarmysports.com Nov. 7 at American Int’l Nov. 8 American Int’l Program History Nov. 14 at RIT First Year of Hockey: 1904 Nov. 15 at RIT Overall Record: 1049-898-93 Years in Div. I post-season: 16 Nov. 21 at Mercyhurst HE Season Titles: Five Nov. 22 at Mercyhurst HE Tournament Titles: n/a Nov. 28 at Union Dec. 6 at Canisius Dec. 7 at Canisius Coaching Staff Head Coach: Brian Riley Dec. 28 1 Dartmouth alma mater: Brown ‘83 Dec. 29 1 Bemidji St./UMass at UM: 57-65-19 (4th) Jan. 2 at Ohio State Career: same Jan. 3 at Clarkston/Miami Phone: (845) 938-3711 Jan. 9 Mercyhurst Contact: contact SID Jan. 10 Mercyhurst Assistants: Rob Haberbusch Fairfield Jan. 17 Holy Cross Trevor Large Ferris State ‘03 Jan. 18 Holy Cross Jan. 23 at Air Force Brent Stuart Jan. 24 at Air Force The Black Knights Jan. 30 Bentley 2007-08 record: 19-14-4. Jan. 31 Bentley Atlantic Hockey: 17-8-3 (1st) Feb. 6 Canisius post-season: 2-1 AH Tourn. Feb. 7 Canisius Final national ranking: none Feb. 13 at Sacred Heart Returning: 16 Lost: 12 Feb. 14 at Sacred Heart Feb. 20 RIT Feb. 21 RIT Series vs Army Standing: first meeting Feb. 27 American Int’l home: 2-2-0. away: 2-0-0 * Atlantic Hockey contest neutral: 0-0-0 1- Ledyard National Bank overtime: 0-0-0 Classic (Hanover, N.H.)

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YR JR FR SO

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W 1754 56 6 88 .925 1.92 18 303 9 1 28 .934 1.78 1 168 5 6 1 .924 1.79 0

L 10 3 1

T 2 1 1

YR JR

G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 18 27 45 19/ 57 7 1 5 1 18 22 40 20/ 51 6 2 4 0 15 17 32 19/ 38 6 0 1 1 8 21 29 19/ 46 4 1 3 0 3 21 24 12/ 24 2 0 0 0 18 3 21 9/ 18 5 0 3 0 8 10 18 13/ 34 1 0 3 0 4 11 15 30/ 79 0 0 1 0 4 11 15 9/ 18 0 0 0 0 8 5 13 11/ 30 2 0 5 0

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 60:00 0 13 1.000 0.00 1 0 0

* WCHA contest 1 Hoffman Estates, IL

Goaltenders ## Player 32 Alex Stalock

YR SO

G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 7 10 17 7/ 14 3 0 2 0 7 8 15 12/ 24 4 1 1 0 8 6 14 8/ 16 1 1 0 0 6 8 14 25/ 72 1 0 1 0 5 9 14 13/ 26 2 0 1 1 5 9 14 20/ 40 1 0 1 1 6 7 13 15/ 49 2 0 1 0 4 8 12 4/ 8 2 0 1 0 2 8 10 15/ 41 0 0 0 0 3 6 9 18/ 36 1 0 2 0

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 2170 85 8 99 .914 2.35 13 17 6

2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey 2008-09 College Hockey America Opponents Ala.-Huntsville Chargers

Robert Morris Colonials

Niagara Purple Eagles

November 7-8, 2008; 7:05 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. Von Braun Center; Huntsville, Ala. Decmber 5-6, 2008; 7:35 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji, Minn. Febuary 6-7 2009; 7:35 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji, Minn.

January 30-31, 2009; 6:35 p.m. / 6:35 p.m. RMU Island Sports Center; Moon Township, Pa. Febuary 14-15, 2009; 6:35 p.m. / 4:05 p.m. RMU Island Sports Center; Moon Township, Pa. March 6-7, 2009; 7:35 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji, Minn.

November 21-22, 2008; 7:00 p.m. / 7:00 p.m. Dwyer Arena; Lewiston, N.Y. January 23-24, 2009; 7:35 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji Minn. Febuary 19-20, 2009; 6:05 p.m. / 6:05 p.m. Dwyer Arena; Lewiston, N.Y.

Quick Facts

head coach forward Danton Scott Hockey SID: Jamie Gilliam Cole Kalinchuck gilliaj@email.uah.edu Phone: (256) 824-2201 Oct. 10 at Colorado College Cell: (256) 655-0526 Oct. 11 at Colorado College SID Home: (256) 430-5441 Oct. 24 Tennessee (Exh.) SID Fax: (256) 824-6947 Oct. 31 at *Robert Morris Press Box: (256) 518-6167/68/69 Nov. 1 at *Robert Morris http://www.uahchargers.com Nov. 7 *Bemidji State Program History Nov. 8 *Bemidji State Nov. 21 at Yale First Year of Hockey: 1979-80 Overall Record: 531-290-46 (.549) Nov. 22 at Yale Years in Div. I post-season: 1 Dec. 5 at *Bemidji State CHA Season Titles: 2 (2001-03 Dec. 6 at *Bemidji State CHA Tournament Titles: 1 Dec. 12 at Ferris State Dec. 13 at Ferris State Coaching Staff Dec.27-28 1 Wisconsin Head Coach: Danton Cole Jan. 9 *Robert Morris alma mater: Michigan St. ‘91 Jan. 10 *Robert Morris at UAH: 0-0-0 (1st) Jan. 16 at Western Michigan Career: 0-0-0 (1st) Jan. 17 at Western Michigan Phone: (256) 824-2205 Contact: contact SID Jan. 30 *Niagara Jan. 31 *Niagara Assistants: Dennis Williams Utica Feb. 6 at *Bemidji State Feb. 7 at *Bemidji State The Chargers Feb. 13 *Niagara 2007-08 record: 13-20-3 Feb. 14 *Niagara CHA: 7-11-2 (5th) Feb. 20 *Robert Morris post-season: 3-1 NCAA Reg. Feb. 21 *Robert Morris Final national ranking: none Mar. 6 at *Niagara Returning: 18 Mar. 7 at *Niagara Lost: 8 Mar.13-15 CHA Tournament

Sports Information

Series vs UAH Standing: home: away: neutral: overtime:

24-26-3 13-9-1 8-17-2 3-1-0 4-2-3

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Location: Huntsville, Ala. Founded (Enrollment): 1969 (6,700) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: CHA Nickname: Chargers School Colors: Royal Blue & White Home Ice: Von Braun Center Size (capacity): 200x85 (6,800) Superintendent: Dr. Frank Franz Athletic Director: Jim Harris Athletic Phone: (256) 824-6144 Athletic Fax: (256) 824-7306 Tickets: (256) 824-6939

* CHA contest 1 Tournament locationMadison, WI

Location: Moon Township, Pa. Founded (Enrollment): 1921 (5,000) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: CHA Nickname: Colonials School Colors: Red & White Home Ice: RMU Island Sports Center Size (capacity): 200x85 (981) President: Dr. Gregory G. Dell’Omo Athletic Director: Craig Coleman Athletic Phone: (412) 262-8295 Athletic Fax: (412) 262-8557 head coach Tickets: (412) 262-8449 Derek Schooley

Sports Information

forward Chris Margott

Oct. 5 Ryerson (Exh.) Oct. 11 at Merrimack Oct. 17 Ferris State Oct. 18 Ferris State Oct. 24-25 1 Governors Cup Oct. 31 *Ala.-Huntsville Nov. 1 *Ala.-Huntsville Program History Nov. 7 at St. Cloud State First Year of Hockey: 2004-05 Nov. 8 at St. Cloud State Overall Record: 20-41-7 (.346) Years in Div. I post-season: none Nov. 14 Ohio State CHA Season Titles: none Nov. 21 at Lake Superior St. CHA Tournament Titles: none Nov. 22 at Lake Superior St. Dec. 5 *Niagara Dec. 6 at Ohio State Coaching Staff Head Coach: Derek Schooley Dec. 13 *Niagara alma mater: W. Michigan ‘94 Jan. 3 at American International at RMU: 49-75-13 (4th) Jan. 4 at American International Career: 49-75-13 (4th) Jan. 9 at *Ala.-Huntsville Phone: (412) 397-4477 Jan. 10 at *Ala.-Huntsville Contact: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Jan. 23 at Quinnipiac Assistants: Jan. 24 at Quinnipiac Chris Kostopoulos Joe Tuset Robert Morris ‘07 Jan. 26 at Princeton Jan. 30 *Bemidji State Jan. 31 *Bemidji State The Colonials 2007-08 record: 15-15-4 Feb. 6 at *Niagara CHA: 10-7-3 (3rd). Feb. 7 at *Niagara post-season: Feb. 14 *Bemidji State Final national ranking: none Feb. 15 *Bemidji State Returning: 12 Feb. 20 *Ala.-Huntsville Lost: 15 Feb. 21 *Ala.-Huntsville Feb. 27 *Niagara Series vs RMU Standing: 10-5-1 Feb. 28 *Niagara home: 6-1-1 Mar. 6 *Bemidji State away: 4-4-0 Mar. 7 *Bemidji State neutral: 0-0-0 overtime: 2-0-1 1 Governors Cup Albany, N.Y. * CHA contest Hockey SID: Jim Duzyk duzyk@rmu.edu Phone: (412) 397-4314 SID Fax: (412) 397-5857 Press Box: (412) 865-4907 http://www.rmucolonials.com

Location: Niagra, N.Y. Founded (Enrollment): 1856 (3,853) Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: CHA Nickname: Purple Eagles School Colors: Purple & White Home Ice: Dwyer Arena Size (capacity): 200x85 (1,600) Superintendent: Rev. Joseph L. Levesque, C.M. Athletic Director: Ed McLaughlin Athletic Phone: (716) 286-8600 Athletic Fax: (716) 286-8609 Tickets: (716) 286-8622 head coach Goaltender Dave Juliano Sports Information Burkholder Pagliero Hockey SID: Chris Smith. Oct. 10 at Western Michigan csmith@niagara.edu Phone: (716) 286-8724 Oct. 11 at Bowling Green Cell: (517) 628-0833 Oct. 17 St. Lawrence SID Fax: (716) 286-8582 Oct. 18 Clarkson Press Box: (716) 286-8794 Oct. 23 at Michigan http://www.purpleeagles.com Oct. 25 Merrimack Oct. 31 at Maine Program History Nov.1 at Maine First Year of Hockey: 1996-97 Nov. 7 RIT Overall Record: 219-165-39 (.556) Years in Div. I post-season: 2 Nov. 11 Canisius Nov. 21 *Bemidji State (2000-04) CHA Titles: 1 (2000) Nov. 22 *Bemidji State CHA Tourn. Titles: 2 (2000-04) Dec. 5 at *Robert Morris Dec. 13 *Robert Morris Coaching Staff Jan. 2 at Sacred Heart Head Coach: Dave Burkholder Jan. 3 at Sacred Heart alma mater: R.I.T ‘84 Jan. 9 at Cornell at NU: 128-107-22 (7th) Jan. 10 at Cornell Career: 128-107-22 (7th) Jan. 16 Quinnipiac Phone: (716) 286-8239 Contact: contact SID Jan. 17 Quinnipiac Jan. 23 at *Bemidji State Assistants: Jerry Forton Buffalo ‘86 Jan. 24 at *Bemidji State Greg Gardner Niagara ‘00 Jan. 30 at *Ala.-Huntsville Jan. 31 at *Ala.-Huntsville The Purple Eagles Feb. 6 *Robert Morris 2007-08 record: 22-11-4 Feb. 7 *Robert Morris CHA: 12-6-2 (2nd) Feb. 13 at *Ala.-Huntsville post-season: 0-1 NCAA Feb. 14 at *Ala.-Huntsville Final national ranking: none Feb. 19 *Bemidji State Returning: 19 Lost: 9 Feb. 20 *Bemidji State Feb. 27 at *Robert Morris Feb. 28 at *Robert Morris Series vs NU Standing: 13-18-8 Mar. 3 *Ala.-Huntsville home: 8-5-5 Mar. 4 *Ala.-Huntsville away: 4-12-3 Mar. 13-15 CHA Tournament neutral: 1-1-0 overtime: 0-2-8 * CHA Contest

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Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 4 Brandon Roshko D JR 0 1 7 17 14/ 28 0 0 0 0 20 Joe Federoff F JR 7 9 16 14/ 28 3 0 1 2 55 Matt Sweazey F JR 9 5 14 23/ 46 5 1 1 1 18 Scott Kalinchuk D JR 3 11 14 19/ 38 2 0 0 0 12 Josh Murray F JR 8 5 13 10/ 20 0 0 0 0 10 Andrew Coburn F FR 5 8 13 4/ 8 3 0 0 0 5 Brennan Barker D SO 5 7 12 17/ 45 1 0 1 0 25 Kevin Morrison F SO 5 6 11 1/ 2 1 0 1 0 16 Tom Train F SO 5 4 9 8/ 16 0 0 1 0 14 Cale Tanaka F SO 3 6 9 5/ 10 0 2 1 0

Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 26 Chris Margott F JR 18 2 6 44 16/ 32 8 0 3 0 20 Jason Towsley F JR 9 15 24 6/ 12 2 0 2 0 21 Nathan Longpre F 33 7 17 24 4/ 8 1 0 1 0 44 Denny Urban D FR 6 15 21 13/ 37 1 1 0 0 9 Kyle Burton F FR 6 6 12 5/ 10 1 0 0 0 24 Dave Cowan D SO 0 8 8 11/ 25 0 0 0 0 28 Scott Kobialko F FR 4 3 7 2/ 4 1 0 0 0 11 Kyle Frieday F SO 1 5 6 7/ 25 1 0 0 0 29 J.C. Velasquez F SO 2 3 5 2/ 4 0 0 0 0 14 Brandon Gay F FR 2 1 3 4/ 8 0 0 0 0

Position Players ## Player POS YR G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 12 Vince Rocco F JR 14 32 46 5/ 10 3 0 2 0 25 Ted Cook F JR 19 1 2 31 19/ 38 12 0 1 1 21 Chris Moran F SO 8 20 28 7/ 14 1 0 0 0 10 Egor Mironov F SO 15 9 24 4/ 8 7 0 6 0 29 Kyle Rogers F JR 10 13 23 16/ 40 3 0 4 0 7 Tyler Gotto D SO 2 21 23 16/ 43 1 0 0 0 26 David Ross F FR 6 15 21 7/ 25 2 0 1 0 9 Paul Zanette F FR 7 1 2 19 7/ 14 0 0 0 0 16 Ryan Annesley D SO 7 12 19 8/ 16 3 0 0 0 20 Les Reaney F JR 5 10 15 20/ 48 2 0 2 0

Goaltenders ## Player YR 29 Blake MacNicol SO 33 Cameron Talbot FR

Goaltenders ## Player 1 Jim Patterson 30 Wes Russell

Goaltenders ## Player YR 31 Juliano Pagliero JR 33 Adam Avramenko FR

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 1296 69 6 21 .900 3.19 5 11 4 583 45 277 .860 4.63 1 10 0

YR FR JR

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 215 16 91 .850 4.46 0 2 0 186 16 89 .848 5.16 0 2 1

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

Min. GA Sv Sv% GAA W L T 1704 66 8 44 .927 2.32 17 7 4 515 28 232 892 3.26 5 4 0

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Bemidji State Hockey All-Time Series Results

Superlatives Most Games, One Opponent 129 Wisconsin-Superior 91 St. Scholastica

1966-99 1973-99

Most Wins, One Opponent 92 Wisconsin-Superior 74 St. Scholastica

1966-99 1973-99

Series Lead, One Opponent +59 Wis.-Superior +59 St. Scholastica

1966-99 1973-99

Most Losses, One Opponent 35 St. Cloud State 33 Wisconsin-Superior

1948-07 1966-99

Series Deficit, One Opponent -14 North Dakota -10 Wis.-Stevens Point -9 Minn.-Duluth -7 Ala.-Huntsville

1970-p 1987-99 1948-p 1994-p

Longest Undefeated Series 15-0 Wisconsin-Stout 9-0 Minn. State-Moorhead

1976-99 1963-65

Division I-Era Superlatives Most Games, One Opponent 45 Ala.-Huntsville 40 Wayne State (Mich.) 39 Niagara 27 Air Force

1999-p 2000-p 1999-p 2000-06

Most Wins, One Opponent 26 Wayne State (Mich.) 21 Air Force 21 Ala.-Huntsville 14 Findlay 13 Niagara

2000-08 2000-06 1999-p 1999-2004 1999-p

Series Lead, One Opponent +19 Wayne State (Mich.) +17 Air Force +9 Findlay +4 Robert Morris

2000-08 2000-06 1999-2004 2004-p

Most Losses, One Opponent 21 Ala.-Huntsville 18 Niagara 12 North Dakota 11 Minnesota Duluth

1999-p 1999-p 2000-p 2000-p

Series Deficit, One Opponent -10 North Dakota -10 St. Cloud St. -6 Minnesota -6 Minnesota State -4 Denver -4 Minnesota Duluth

2000-p 1999-p 2000-04 1999-p 2000-08 2000-p

Longest Undefeated Series 4-0 Army 2-0 Princeton 2-0 Bentley

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1999 1999 2004

Overall H A uAir Force 23-6-2 14-1-2 8-5-0 uAla.-Huntsville 24-26-3 13-8-1 8-17-2 Alaska 3-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 Alberta 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 uArmy 4-0-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 Augsburg 33-8-2 20-2-1 12-4-1 Babson 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Bentley 3-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 Bethel (Minn.) 11-0-0 9-0-0 2-0-0 Bloomington Jr. Stars 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 Brandon 7-4-1 6-2-1 1-2-0 British Columbia 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Brunswick Aces 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Calgary 3-1-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 Clarkson 1-2-2 0-1-1 1-1-0 Colorado College 1-3-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 C’cdia-Moorhead 47-1-0 24-0-0 22-1-0 Connecticut 3-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 Crookston City 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 uDartmouth 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Denver 0-5-0 0-0-0 0-4-0 Det. Lakes Rangers 5-0-0 4-0-0 1-0-0 Elmira 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 Emo Dulms 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Estevan 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 Fargo-Moorhead 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Ferris State 3-5-0 1-3-0 2-2-0 Findlay 14-5-3 7-1-2 5-4-1 Ft. Frances 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 Ft. Frances Aces 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Ft. Frances (Al’s Lunch) 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Ft. Frances All-Stars 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 Grand Forks Americans 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 Grand Forks Legion 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 Grand Rapids 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 Gustavus Adolphus 18-10-0 10-5-0 6-3-0 Hamline 8-0-0 4-0-0 3-0-0 Int’l Falls 1-3-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 Iowa State 8-0-0 4-0-0 4-0-0 Itasca JC 1-2-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 Jr. North Stars 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 Lake Forest 18-4-0 6-2-0 10-2-0 Lake Superior St. 16-21-2 8-10-1 8-10-1 Lakehead 40-14-3 23-3-1 16-11-2 Maine 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 Manitoba 19-12-2 14-8-2 5-3-0 Mass.-Boston 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 uMassachusetts 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Mercyhurst (Pa.) 4-0-0 4-0-0 2-0-0 Merrimack 3-3-0 2-2-0 1-1-0 Miami (Ohio) 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Michigan-Dearborn 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 uMichigan Tech 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 Minnesota 0-6-0 0-1-0 0-5-0 Minn., Crookston 4-1-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 uMinn. Duluth 7-16-0 3-5-0 4-11-0 uMinnesota St. 44-31-13 29-11-5 15-20-8 MSU-Moorhead 9-0-0 5-0-0 4-0-0 Minnesota Nat’ls 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Neb.-Omaha 0-4-0 0-0-0 0-4-0 uNiagara 13-18-8 8-5-5 4-12-3 uNorth Dakota 1-13-1 0-4-0 1-9-1 North Dakota St. 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 Northland (Wis.) 3-0-0 3-0-0 0-0-0 Plattsburgh State 2-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 Princeton 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 Rainey River J.C. 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 Rainey River Legion 2-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 Rensselaer 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 uRobert Morris 10-5-1 6-1-1 4-4-0 R.I.T. (N.Y.) 1-2-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 Roseau Leafs 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 Sacred Heart 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-0 Salem State 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Saskatchewan 6-1-0 6-1-0 0-0-0 uSt. Cloud State 42-35-3 25-15-1 17-19-2 St. Francis (Maine) 3-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 St. John’s (Minn.) 17-4-1 10-2-1 7-2-0 St. Mary’s (Minn.) 19-1-0 11-0-0 7-1-0 St. Norbert 5-4-1 3-2-1 2-2-0 St. Olaf 4-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 St. Scholastica 74-15-2 39-5-1 33-9-0 St. Thomas (Minn.) 24-3-1 19-2-1 5-1-0 Thief River Falls VFW 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 U.S. Nat’l Team 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 U.S. Olympic Team 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 Union (N.Y.) 0-2-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 Warroad 3-2-0 2-0-0 1-2-0 Wayne St. (Mich) 26-9-5 15-3-2 10-5-3 Western Michigan 2-2-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 Winnipeg 32-5-1 30-4-0 2-1-1 Wisconsin 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 Wis.-Eau Claire 49-12-3 28-3-1 21-9-2 Wis.-River Falls 46-21-6 22-5-5 19-13-1 Wis.-Stevens Pt 20-30-6 10-11-3 6-13-1 Wis.-Stout 15-0-0 10-0-0 4-0-0 Wis.-Superior 92-33-4 50-15-1 39-15-3 Wisconsin 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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

OT Division I Era H A N OT 1-2-2 21-4-2 12-1-2 6-5-0 2-0-0 0-2-2 4-2-3 21-21-3 11-8-1 7-12-2 3-1-0 4-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 1-2-2 0-1-1 1-1-0 0-0-1 0-0-2 0-0-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-4-0 1-3-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 14-5-3 7-1-2 5-4-1 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-2-1 0-1-1 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-6-0 0-1-0 0-5-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 7-11-0 3-3-0 4-8-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 5-11-2 3-4-1 2-7-1 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 0-4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-8 13-18-8 8-5-5 4-12-3 1-1-0 1-2-8 0-0-1 0-10-1 0-4-0 0-6-1 0-0-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-1 10-6-1 6-1-1 4-4-0 0-1-0 2-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-3 0-10-0 0-2-0 0-8-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-1 1-1-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-2-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-5 26-9-5 15-3-2 10-5-3 1-1-0 1-1-5 0-2-0 2-2-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 2-1-6 2-2-6 0-0-0 3-0-4 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0

1st mtg 12/5/97 11/3/94 1/3/81 1/10/71 10/15/99 1/1/85 3/10/83 12/12/98 11/30/79 12/12/75 1/5/71 12/5/71 2/29/48 2/1/70 11/22/02 12/2/00 2/5/49 10/26/01 12/14/49 12/31/05 12/16/67 1/9/49 3/14/86 2/26/49 2/2/79 1/9/75 11/12/99 11/22/99 12/8/66 2/5/50 1/22/50 2/8/50 2/12/48 1/28/48 11/22/68 1/29/62 11/20/79 2/1/48 1/31/75 1/27/50 12/1/72 11/20/83 12/3/66 2/20/65 10/13/06 2/24/62 3/8/68 never 3/19/93 3/17/84 11/10/00 3/2/80 1/12/07 10/14/00 12/15/94 2/8/48 11/25/74 1/14/63 11/17/67 2/18/99 11/5/99 2/6/70 1/25/48 2/20/60 3/22/85 12/10/99 1/16/49 2/23/49 11/23/74 1/14/04 3/11/83 12/29/79 10/18/02 3/7/69 12/6/70 1/18/48 2/23/77 1/5/61 2/6/62 1/13/95 2/29/80 2/3/73 2/10/61 1/11/50 12/6/70 12/3/71 12/30/00 12/15/68 2/18/00 12/17/04 1/16/65 3/25/06 1/3/79 2/13/76 1/16/87 3/5/76 1/8/66 3/25/06

last mtg 3/12/05 1/12/08 3/11/84 1/11/71 10/13/07 12/18/98 same 11/13/04 2/18/98 12/13/75 2/2/80 same same 11/23/70 10/18/03 1/18/08 1/20/98 11/28/03 same 12/31/05 1/19/08 2/28/50 3/15/86 same 2/3/79 same 11/19/05 3/13/04 11/28/67 same same same same same 1/12/70 2/2/99 1/4/89 2/13/49 12/15/77 2/14/50 12/2/72 10/31/98 12/10/05 11/11/84 10/14/06 11/20/07 3/1/73 never 3/18/95 10/20/07 11/11/00 3/7/81 1/13/07 2/7/04 12/11/98 1/5/08 12/15/07 2/6/65 same 2/15/03 3/16/08 1/20/07 1/31/48 1/7/62 3/20/87 12/11/99 2/6/49 2/9/50 same 2/16/08 3/21/86 same 10/19/02 same 11/4/79 10/27/07 2/23/79 1/20/99 11/8/96 11/21/98 2/25/83 1/23/99 11/29/98 1/11/50 12/7/70 12/4/71 10/26/02 1/6/80 3/15/08 2/11/06 11/8/83 same 2/13/99 1/30/99 1/16/99 1/9/99 2/6/99 3/25/06

2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey All-Time Series Results Air Force

12/5/97 a L 3 6 12/6/97 a L 3 5 11/6/98 h W 3 2 ot 11/7/98 h W 7 3 1/14/00 - - C h W 5 3 1/15/00 - - C h W 5 4 2/26/00 - - C4 a L 3 4 ot 3/12/00 - - 1 n W 5 4 ot 12/3/00 - - C4 a L 0 3 1/12/01 - - C h T 4 4 ot 1/13/01 - - C h L 4 5 ot 1/19/02 - - C4 a W 4 2 2/8/02 - - C h W 5 1 2/9/02 - - C h T 2 2 ot 1/24/03 - - C h W 4 2 1/25/03 - - C h W 5 3 3/7/03 - - C a W 5 0 3/8/03 - - C a W 3 0 1/2/04 - - C h W 3 1 1/3/04 - - C 2 n W 5 1 2/27/04 - - C a W 7 4 2/28/04 - - C a W 9 1 1/7/05 - - C h W 4 2 1/8/05 - - C h W 4 3 ot 3/4/05 - - C a W 4 1 3/5/05 - - C a W 4 1 3/12/05 - - 3 n W 6 0 10/28/05 15 - C a L 3 4 10/29/05 15 - C a W 2 1 1/20/06 - - C h W 5 2 1/21/06 - - C h W 5 3 C= College Hockey America game C4= Four-point College Hockey America game 1- CHA Tournament; Huntsville, Ala. 2- Colearaine, Minn. 3- CHA Tournament; Grand Rapids, Minn.

Alabama-Huntsville

3/11/94 $ a L 3 5 3/12/94 $ a W 2 1 3/8/96 $ a L 1 7 3/9/96 $ a L 0 3 3/14/97 $ h W 3 2 3/15/97 $ h W 4 2 3/13/98 $ a L 2 6 3/14/98 $ a L 2 5 12/3/99 - - C h L 4 6 12/4/99 - - C h L 3 6 2/4/00 - - C a W 5 4 2/5/00 - - C a L 1 6 3/11/00 - - 1 a L 4 5 10/27/00 - - C h L 4 5 10/28/00 - - C h L 2 4 2/2/01 - - C a L 2 3 2/3/01 - - C a L 1 2 11/16/01 - - C h W 7 3 11/17/01 - - C h L 3 6 3/8/02 - - C a L 2 5 3/9/02 - - C a L 3 5 3/15/02 - - 2 n L 2 5 1/16/03 - - C a L 2 3 1/17/03 - - C a L 3 4 2/21/03 - - C h L 3 6 2/22/03 - - C h W 3 2 3/15/03 - - 3 n W 2 1 12/11/03 - - C a L 5 7 12/13/03 - - C a W 5 3 2/20/04 - - C h T 3 3 2/21/04 - - C h W 4 2 1/21/05 - - C a W 3 1 1/22/05 - - C a L 1 5 2/18/05 - - C h L 1 3 2/19/05 - - C h W 3 2 3/13/05 - - 4 n W 3 0 2/3/06 - - C a L 1 2 2/4/06 - - C a L 2 4 3/3/06 - - C h W 3 1 3/4/06 - - C h W 5 0 3/11/06 - - 5 n W 4 3 12/15/06 - - C h W 3 2 12/16/06 - - C h W 4 2 2/2/07 - - C a T 5 5 2/3/07 - - C a W 3 1 2/16/07 - - C h W 4 3 2/17/07 - - C h L 3 4 11/9/07 - - C a W 2 0 11/10/07 - - C a T 3 3 12/7/07 - - C h W 4 1 12/8/07 - - C h W 2 0 1/11/08 - - C a W 4 0 1/12/08 - - C a W 7 1 C= College Hockey America game $= NCAA Division II National Championship 1= CHA Tournament; Huntsville, Ala. 2= CHA Tournament; Niagara University, N.Y. 3= CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. 4= CHA Tournament; Grand Rapids, Minn. 5= CHA Tournament; Detroit, Mich.

Alaska

1/3/82 h W 12 0 3/10/84 $ h W 9 6 3/11/84 $ h W 4 2 $= NCAA Division II National Championship

Alberta

1/10/71 h W 7 1/11/71 h L 1

Army

3 2

10/15/99 - - C4 a W 4 2 10/16/99 - - C4 a W 3 0 10/12/07 - - h W 2 1 10/13/07 - - h W 3 0 C4= Four-point College Hockey America game

ot

ot ot ot ot ot

Augsburg

2/10/49 a W 3 1 1/21/61 a W 3 2 2/2/62 h W 6 5 1/13/65 a W 3 1 3/5/71 $ h W 12 1 2/22/74 h W 14 0 2/23/74 h W 5 3 11/24/75 a W 5 4 1/5/76 h W 6 3 2/25/77 $1 n W 5 2 1/2/78 h W 10 3 1/3/78 h W 4 3 2/26/78 $2 n L 3 4 11/20/78 a L 3 4 2/17/80 h W 6 4 11/24/80 a W 3 2 12/1/81 h L 3 4 2/28/82 $1 n L 3 6 11/22/82 a W 6 1 1/6/84 h W 7 4 1/7/84 h W 4 1 12/31/84 a W 6 4 1/1/85 a L 2 9 1/5/86 h W 8 6 1/6/86 h W 14 5 1/2/87 a L 3 6 1/3/87 a W 12 7 2/5/88 h W 11 4 2/6/88 h W 10 5 1/2/89 h W 6 0 11/7/89 h W 8 1 11/20/90 a W 11 2 11/9/91 h W 12 0 1/3/92 a W 4 3 12/19/92 a W 9 4 2/9/93 h W 7 6 11/9/94 h L 3 4 11/21/95 a W 10 4 11/9/96 a L! 4 7 12/14/96 h W 13 5 12/10/97 h T 5 5 12/19/97 a T 4 4 12/18/98 h W 3 1 != contest later forfeited by Augsburg $= NAIA National Championship $1= NAIA Nat’l Championship; Superior, Wis. $2= NAIA Nat’l Championship; St. Paul, Minn.

Concordia-Moorhead

ot ot

Babson

Bentley

Connecticut

Bethel (Minn.)

Crookston

2 1 2 1 2 0 3 1 0 3 2

ot ot ot

Fort Frances

12/8/66 a L 4 6 11/28/67 h W 4 3 2/5/50 h L 2 15

Fort Frances All-Stars 2/8/50 a L 1

9

Fort Frances (Al’s Lunch) 1/22/50 h W 7 3

Grand Forks Americans 2/12/48 a L 5 8 1/12/70 h W 14 0

Grand Forks Legion 1/28/48 a L 1 8

Grand Rapids

11/22/68 h W 11 11/23/68 h W 6

2 2

Gustavus Adolphus

Denver

Brandon

ot

2 2 2 5 2 4 5 3 4 5 6

Dartmouth

12/12/75 h W 8 12/13/75 h W 12

ot

1/12/02 - - C h T 11/8/02 - - C a W 11/9/02 - - C a T 1/31/03 - - C h W 2/1/03 - - C h T 3/14/03 - - 1 n W 11/7/03 - - C a W 11/8/03 - - C a W 1/30/04 - - C h W 1/31/04 - - C h W 3/13/04 rv - 2 n W C= College Hockey America game 1= CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. 2= CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb.

1/29/62 h W 9 1 1/28/63 a W 9 3 3/6/70 $ n W 5 2 12/21/71 1 n L 5 6 1/8/72 h L 4 7 ot 3/2/73 $1 n W 6 3 ot 12/7/73 h L 2 4 12/8/73 h W 3 2 3/5/74 $2 h W 4 2 11/26/74 a L 3 5 12/8/74 h L 2 4 11/25/75 a L 4 8 12/6/75 h W 5 3 3/7/76 $3 n L 4 5 3/17/83 $ n W 3 1 11/21/78 a W 5 2 $= NCAA Div. II Nat’l Championship; Lowell, Mass. 12/20/79 h W 3 2 ot 12/15/82 a L 6 7 10/26/01 - - h W 9 0 3/11/83 % h W 6 3 12/12/98 1 n W 7 0 10/27/01 - - h W 2 0 3/12/83 % h L 2 3 11/12/04 - - h W 9 2 11/25/03 - - a L 3 4 12/3/83 h W 10 2 11/13/04 - - h W 5 0 11/28/03 - - a W 7 2 11/20/84 a W 4 3 1= Radisson Inn Classic; USAFA, Colo. 3/4/85 2 h W 4 2 2/4/86 h L 4 5 12/14/50 a L 4 12 12/11/86 a W 4 2 11/30/79 h W 15 2 12/21/88 h W 7 2 12/1/79 h W 4 2 11/20/89 a W 11 3 2/9/81 h W 8 1 12/31/05 - - 1 n L 3 4 ot 2/17/98 a W 6 3 1/25/82 h W 10 5 1= Sheraton/BankNorth Catamount Cup; Burlington, Vt. 2/2/99 h W 4 3 11/25/85 h W 4 3 $= NAIA Championship; Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 12/13/86 h W 10 1 $1= NAIA Championship; Thunder Bay, Ontario 11/24/87 a W 6 0 12/16/67 a L 0 12 $2= NAIA Championship; Bemidji, Minn. 1/10/89 h W 8 0 2/27/00 - - a L 1 7 $3= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis. 1/11/97 a W 5 1 1/18/02 - 1 a L 2 6 %= NCAA Div. II Quarterfinals; Bemidji, Minn. 2/19/97 h W 6 3 3/14/05 rv 1 $ n L 3 4 ot 1= Manitoba tournament 2/10/98 h W 3 1 1/19/08 - 4 a L 2 4 2= WIHA Tournament $= NCAA Tourn. NE Regional; Amherst, Mass. ot

Bloomington Jr. Stars

ot

2/5/49 h W 7 1 2/19/49 a W 6 2 2/17/50 a W 6 0 2/11/60 a W 12 1 2/4/61 h W 6 4 1/13/62 h W 11 0 2/15/63 h W 5 1 2/15/64 h W 11 0 1/8/65 a W 10 3 2/20/66 a W 13 1 12/16/72 a W 8 2 2/10/73 h W 12 3 1/8/75 a W 6 3 2/12/75 h W 9 2 12/6/76 h W 4 2 11/19/77 a W 5 1 1/11/78 h W 6 2 12/2/78 a W 3 1 12/5/78 h W 9 0 2/25/79 $ n W 5 1 12/8/79 a W 5 4 2/6/80 h W 9 1 11/20/82 a W 4 1 12/7/82 h W 9 2 11/29/83 h W 9 1 1/31/84 a W 7 3 2/5/85 h W 12 2 2/12/85 h W 12 1 12/19/85 h W 11 3 2/18/86 a W 11 4 11/22/86 a W 11 4 2/17/87 h W 4 0 3/14/87 # h W 3 1 3/15/87 # h W 8 6 12/18/87 a W 9 2 12/19/87 a W 9 4 1/23/90 a W 4 3 ot 12/15/90 h W 9 2 1/28/92 h W 5 2 2/11/92 a W 5 4 12/1/92 a W 7 3 1/3/93 a W 9 1 11/11/94 a L 3 5 11/12/94 h W 4 1 1/8/97 h W 10 2 2/17/97 a W 6 3 12/12/97 h W 7 1 1/20/98 a W 6 5 ot $= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn., #= NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals; Bemidji, Minn.

1/5/71 h 12/17/71 a 2/14/72 h 12/29/72 1 n 1/12/73 h 1/13/73 h 11/10/78 h 11/11/78 h 11/9/79 a 11/10/79 a 2/1/80 h 2/2/80 h 1= Manitoba tournament

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

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

British Columbia 12/5/71 h W 9

Brunswick

2/1/70 h 2/2/70 h 11/22/70 h 11/23/70 h

1/9/49 h 1/12/49 h 2/27/49 h 2/19/50 h 2/28/50 a

W W W L

4 6 7 3

Colorado College 10 a 8 a 8 a 3 a

Hamline

13 10 10 10 11

L W L L

1 3 3 4

4 4 1 1 3 4

2 2 5 5

11/20/79 a W 5 3 11/15/81 h W 12 2 2/26/82 $ n W 6 2 1/14/85 h W 4 1 11/24/85 a W 4 3 12/9/86 h W 6 1 12/21/87 a W 9 2 1/4/89 h W 16 1 $= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis.

0 0 0 4 3

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11/22/02 - rv a W 2 1 11/23/02 - rv a L 4 5 10/17/03 - - h L 2 4 10/18/03 - - h T 1 1 ot 12/30/05 - 15 1 n T 3 3 ot 1= Sheraton/BankNorth Catamount Cup; Burlington, Vt. - - - -

W W W W W

3/15/86 # h W 5 2 3/16/86 # h L 3 5 #= NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals; Bemidji, Minn.

Emo Dulms

2/26/49 h W 6

Estevan

2/2/79 a W 10 2/3/79 a W 11

Clarkson

12/2/00 12/29/06 12/30/06 1/18/18

Detroit Lakes

International Falls 2/1/48 h W 6 2 2/7/48 a L 3 5 1/26/49 a L 1 6 2/13/49 h L 2 6

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Iowa State

4 1

Fargo-Moorhead (MJHL) 1/9/75 h W 5

2/29/48 h W 9

Calgary

4 5

Ferris State 11/12/99 11/13/99 1/25/02 1/26/02 10/22/04 10/23/04 11/18/05 11/19/05

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Findlay 11/22/99 11/23/99 1/21/00 1/22/00 11/17/00 11/18/00 2/16/01 2/17/01 11/9/01 11/10/01 1/11/02

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1/31/75 h 2/1/75 h 1/9/76 h 1/10/76 h 12/15/76 a 12/16/76 a 12/14/77 a 12/15/77 a

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Itasca (Minn.) JC

1/27/50 a L 3 1/28/50 h L 0 2/14/50 h W 7

1 5 2 3 6 2 1 2 5 3 1

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12/1/72 h W 7 12/2/72 h L 4

Lake Forest

11/20/83 a 11/21/83 a 1/8/93 N a 1/9/93 N a 2/12/93 N h 2/13/93 N h 12/3/93 N a

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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12/4/93 N a W 2 1 1/28/94 N h W 8 1 1/29/94 N h W 6 2 2/18/94 1 W 6 2 2/19/94 1 W 4 1 12/9/94 N h W 6 4 12/10/94 N h W 6 3 12/8/95 N a W 3 2 12/9/95 N a L 0 3 1/4/97 N a W 6 1 1/5/97 N a W 9 3 1/3/98 N h L 4 7 1/4/98 N h W 7 1 10/30/98 N a W 2 1 10/31/98 N a L 1 2 N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game 1= NCHA Tournament

Lake Superior State

12/3/66 I a W 3 1 12/4/66 I a L 1 5 1/12/68 I h L 0 2 1/13/68 I h L 5 6 2/2/68 I a L 5 8 2/3/68 I a L 5 6 3/9/68 $ a W 5 4 ot 2/7/69 I h W 6 4 2/8/69 I h W 4 2 2/21/69 I a W 4 3 2/22/69 I a W 5 4 3/8/69 $ a W 6 2 1/23/70 I h W 5 4 1/24/70 I h W 4 1 2/27/70 I h L 3 4 2/28/70 I h L 1 11 3/7/70 $ a W 7 4 1/22/71 I a T 3 3 ot 1/23/71 I a W 4 3 2/27/71 I h W 5 1 2/28/71 I h W 4 0 1/21/72 I a L 1 7 1/22/72 I a L 3 6 2/25/72 I h L 2 9 2/26/72 I h L 5 6 1/19/73 I h W 4 2 1/20/73 I h L 4 8 2/23/73 I a L 1 4 2/24/73 I a L 2 6 12/18/73 a L 1 6 12/19/73 a L 5 9 1/18/74 h W 7 4 1/19/74 h L 1 5 3/6/74 $1 h L 1 4 12/29/00 - - 1 n L 2 4 12/3/04 - - a L 4 5 ot 12/4/04 - - a W 3 1 12/9/05 rv - h L 1 2 12/10/05 rv - h T 2 2 ot I= International Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NAIA Championship; Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. $1= NAIA Championship; Bemidji, Minn. 1= Mariucci Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

Lakehead

2/20/65 a 1/29/66 a 1/30/66 a 2/11/66 h 2/12/66 h 1/13/67 I h 1/14/67 I h 2/11/67 I a 2/12/67 I a 12/2/67 I a 12/3/67 I a 1/26/68 I h 1/27/68 I h 1/25/69 I a 1/26/69 I a 2/28/69 I h 3/1/69 I h 1/16/70 I a 1/17/70 I a 2/21/70 I h 2/22/70 I h 1/15/71 I h 1/16/71 I h 2/19/71 I a 2/20/71 I a 3/6/71 $ h 1/14/72 I h 1/15/72 I h 2/18/72 I a 2/19/72 I a 12/8/72 I h 12/9/72 I h 1/5/73 I a 1/6/73 I a 3/3/73 $ n 1/4/74 I a 1/5/74 I a 1/11/74 I h 1/12/74 I h 11/22/74 I h 11/23/74 I h 12/20/74 I a 12/21/74 I a 11/20/75 I h 11/21/75 I h 12/18/75 I a 12/19/75 I a 11/12/76 I h 11/13/76 I h 2/4/77 I a 2/5/77 I a 12/3/77 I a 12/16/78 a

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

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Bemidji State Hockey All-Time Series Results

12/17/78 a W 6 3 2/11/79 h W 9 1 2/9/80 h W 8 2 11/11/84 a W 10 4 I= International Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NAIA Championship; Bemidji, Minn. $1= NAIA Championship; Thunder Bay, Ontario

Maine

10/13/06 - 7 a L 1 10/14/06 - 7 a L 3

7 6

Manitoba

2/24/62 a L 1 2 2/11/63 a L 6 9 2/21/63 h L 5 11 1/20/64 a L 2 6 2/27/64 h L 1 2 1/10/69 h W 11 2 1/11/69 h L 5 7 12/19/69 h W 5 2 12/20/69 h W 7 1 11/29/70 a W 7 4 12/14/70 a W 4 1 12/15/70 a W 5 1 11/29/71 a W 6 2 12/22/71 1 n L 3 4 ot 2/7/72 h W 9 0 11/17/72 h W 10 6 11/18/72 h W 5 3 12/30/72 2 a W 10 3 1/15/73 h W 10 2 11/16/73 h W 9 2 11/17/73 h W 7 4 11/15/74 h L 2 7 11/16/74 h L 4 7 2/2/76 h W 7 6 1/21/77 h T 3 3 ot 1/22/77 h W 6 5 ot 11/11/77 h T 5 5 ot 11/12/77 h W 5 4 ot 1/4/78 h L 2 10 1/18/80 h L 2 5 1/19/80 h W 5 4 ot 11/14/80 h L 5 6 1= Christmas Tournament; Columbia Heights, Minn. 2= Manitoba Tournament

Massachusetts-Boston

3/8/68 $ n W 11 0 3/1/73 $2 n W 8 1 * then known as Boston State $= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn. $1= NAIA Championship; Thunder Bay, Ontario

Mercyhurst

3/19/93 $ h W 10 6 3/20/93 $ h W 5 0 3/17/95 $1 a W 6 2 3/18/95 $1 a W 5 4 $= NCAA Div. II Championship; Bemidji, Minn. $1= NCAA Div. II Championship; Erie, Pa.

Merrimack

3/17/84 $ h W 6 3 3/18/84 $ h W 8 1 11/22/03 - - a W 3 2 11/23/03 - - a L 2 3 ot 10/19/07 - - h L 2 3 10/20/07 - - h L 1 2 $= NCAA Div. II Championship; Bemidji, Minn.

Miami (Ohio)

11/10/00 - - h L 2 11/11/00 - - h L 2

4 4

Michigan-Dearborn

3/2/80 $ n W 4 3 3/7/81 $1 n W 11 2 $= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn. $1= NAIA Championship; River Falls, Wis.

Michigan-Tech 1/12/07 1/13/07

- - a L 1 - - a L 2

4 3

Minnesota, Crookston 12/15/94 h L 2 3/5/97 a W 6 2/28/98 h W 7 3/1/98 a W 5 12/11/98 1 n W 8 1= Radisson Inn Classic; USAFA, Colo.

Minnesota Duluth

2/8/48 a 2/15/48 h 1/29/49 h 2/9/49 a 11/22/73 1 a 1/7/00 - - h 1/8/00 - - a 12/8/00 - - a 12/9/00 - - a 12/7/01 - - a 12/8/01 - - a 12/6/02 - - a 12/7/02 - - h 11/14/03 - 14 h 11/15/03 - 14 a 2/25/05 - - a 2/26/05 - - h 10/7/05 - rv a 10/8/05 - rv a 12/8/06 - - h 12/9/06 - - a 1/4/08 - rv a 1/5/08 - rv h

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3 3 1 0 5

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

1= Minn.-Duluth Tournament; Duluth, Minn.

Minnesota 10/14/00 1/27/01 10/19/01 10/20/01 2/6/04 2/7/04

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3 1 2 1 1 1

2/5/65 h W 11 2/6/65 h W 18

Nebraska-Omaha

9 5 7 7 2 5

2/18/99 a 2/19/99 a 2/14/03 - - a 2/15/03 - - a

Minnesota Nationals 11/17/67 h L 5

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Minnesota State

11/25/74 a L 3 4 2/24/76 h W 6 2 12/9/77 h W 7 0 12/10/77 h W 10 5 1/29/81 N a L 4 5 1/31/81 N h W 4 3 1/29/82 N a W 5 3 1/30/82 N a W 4 3 2/5/82 N h W 5 3 2/6/82 N h W 5 2 12/11/82 N h W 4 3 12/12/82 N h W 7 4 2/4/83 N a T 4 4 2/5/83 N a W 7 2 3/5/83 1 h W 5 3 1/27/84 N a W 5 4 1/28/84 N a W 3 2 2/17/84 N h W 6 3 2/18/84 N h W 9 0 1/25/85 N h W 7 2 1/26/85 N h W 7 6 2/15/85 N a W 4 2 2/16/85 N a T 2 2 3/16/85 # h L 2 4 3/17/85 # h W 9 2 1/10/86 N a W 6 2 1/11/86 N a W 5 4 2/7/86 N h W 4 2 2/8/86 N h L 4 6 3/8/86 2 h W 6 3 3/9/86 2 h L 4 6 1/9/87 N a L 2 4 1/10/87 N a L 3 4 2/6/87 N h W 3 2 2/7/87 N h L 3 4 2/28/87 3 a W 5 3 3/1/87 3 a W 4 2 11/6/87 N h W 5 1 11/7/87 N h T 3 3 1/15/88 N a L 2 5 1/16/88 N a L 0 6 12/16/88 N h W 7 2 12/17/88 N h L 3 8 2/17/89 N a W 6 1 2/18/89 N a T 2 2 11/24/89 N h W 4 1 11/25/89 N h T 4 4 2/2/90 N a L 2 3 2/3/90 N a L 5 7 2/9/90 N h L 2 5 2/10/90 N h L 3 4 11/9/90 N a T 4 4 11/10/90 N a L 2 4 11/15/91 N a L 3 5 11/16/91 N a T 5 5 11/18/91 N h L 2 4 11/19/91 N h T 5 5 11/17/92 N h W 7 4 11/18/92 N h W 8 2 12/17/93 a W 5 3 12/18/93 a L 5 8 2/4/94 h W 6 2 2/5/94 h W 4 3 11/10/95 a L 2 3 11/11/95 a T 3 3 12/15/95 h W 7 3 12/16/96 h T 6 6 11/29/96 a T 4 4 11/30/96 a W 5 3 12/19/96 h W 6 2 12/20/96 h L 2 3 2/16/99 a L 2 6 12/19/99 - rv a L 3 7 12/20/99 - rv a L 3 5 12/16/00 - - a L 2 6 12/17/00 - - a L 1 2 10/12/01 - - h W 7 6 10/13/01 - - h L 3 5 11/1/02 - - a T 1 1 11/2/02 - - a L 1 3 10/24/03 - - h L 1 3 10/25/03 - - h T 2 2 11/5/04 - - a L 0 4 11/6/04 - - a L 0 4 10/14/05 rv - h W 4 3 10/15/05 rv - h W 7 3 11/3/06 - - a W 4 3 11/4/06 - - a W 3 1 12/14/07 - rv h L 3 4 12/15/07 - rv h L 0 1 N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game #= NCAA Div. II Quarterfinals; Bemidji, Minn. 1= WIHA Tournament; Bemidji, Minn. 2= NCHA Championship; Bemidji, Minn. 3= NCHA Championship; Mankato, Minn.

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2 3 2 2

2/10/07 - - C a L 1 3/10/07 - - C 1 n L 5 1/25/08 - - C h T 2 1/26/08 - - C h W 4 2/15/08 - - C a L 1 2/16/08 - - C a W 7 C= College Hockey America game 1=CHA Tournament; Des Moines, Iowa

8 7 5 3

Niagara

11/5/99 - rv C h L 2 4 11/6/99 - rv C h T 3 3 11/19/99 - 15 C a L 2 5 11/20/99 - 15 C a L 0 10 1/5/01 - - C a L 3 6 1/6/01 - - C a L 1 3 2/9/01 - - C h W 6 2 2/10/01 - - C h T 1 1 2/1/02 - - C h W 7 4 2/2/02 - - C h W 3 2 2/14/02 - - C a L 3 4 2/15/02 - - C a L 1 3 12/13/02 - - C a L 2 3 12/14/02 - - C a T 3 3 2/28/03 - - C h T 2 2 3/1/03 - - C h W 6 1 1/9/04 rv - C a L 3 6 1/10/04 rv - C a W 3 2 3/5/04 rv - C h L 1 4 3/6/04 rv - C h W 5 0 3/14/04 rv - 1 n L 3 4 11/19/04 - - C a W 5 3 11/20/04 - - C a W 2 1 12/10/04 - - C h W 8 3 12/11/04 - - C h L 2 6 12/2/05 rv - C h L 3 4 12/3/05 rv - C h W 8 1 2/24/06 - - C a L 5 6 2/25/06 - - C a L 1 5 3/12/06 - - 2 n W 4 2 10/26/06 - - C a L 2 6 10/27/06 - - C a T 2 2 1/17/06 - - C h T 2 2 1/18/06 - - C h T 3 3 11/2/07 - rv C h L 2 3 11/3/07 - rv C h W 3 0 11/30/07 - rv C a W 5 1 12/1/07 - rv C a T 2 2 3/16/08 - rv 3 n L 2 3 C= College Hockey America game 1= CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. 2= CHA Tournament; Detroit, Mich.

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2/20/60 h W 16 2/19/61 h W 7 1/7/62 h W 10

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2 1

1/16/49 h L 3 11 2/6/49 h W 4 3

Rainy River Legion

2/23/49 h W 7 2 1/8/50 h W 7 2 2/9/50 a L 2 3 11/23/73

1 n L 4

Robert Morris 1/14/05 1/15/05 2/11/05 2/12/05 1/6/06 1/7/06 2/17/06 2/18/06 11/10/06 11/11/06 2/9/07

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3/7/69 $ n W 14 2 $= NAIA Championship; Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

St. Cloud State

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1/18/48 h 1/15/49 a 2/20/49 h 1/29/50 h 2/18/50 a 1/29/60 a 2/13/60 h 1/13/61 h 1/14/61 a 2/11/61 h 2/11/61 h 1/27/62 h 2/10/62 h 1/25/63 a 1/26/63 a 2/8/63 h 2/9/63 h 1/11/64 a 1/31/64 h 2/1/64 h 1/22/65 a 1/23/65 a 2/13/65 h 1/14/66 a 1/15/66 a 2/4/66 h 2/5/66 h 1/6/67 h 1/7/67 h 1/27/67 a 1/28/67 a 1/5/68 a 1/6/68 a 2/9/68 h 2/10/68 h 1/14/69 h 1/15/69 h 2/14/69 a 2/15/69 a 2/7/79 a 1/14/80 h 12/17/80 N a 2/13/81 N h 2/14/81 N h 1/22/82 N h 1/23/82 N h 2/12/82 N a 2/13/82 N a 12/3/82 N a 12/4/82 N a 1/28/83 N h 1/29/83 N h 12/9/83 N a 12/10/83 N a 2/3/84 N h 2/4/84 N h 12/7/84 N h 12/8/84 N h 2/1/85 N h 2/2/85 N h 12/6/85 N a 12/7/85 N a 1/31/86 N h 2/1/86 N h 12/5/86 N h 12/6/86 N h 1/30/87 N a 1/31/87 N a 3/7/87 1 a 3/8/87 1 a 3/21/87 $ n 10/23/99 - - a 10/24/99 - - a 10/20/00 - 9 h 10/21/00 - 9 a 12/14/01 - 1 h 12/15/01 - 1 a 2/13/04 - 9 a 2/14/04 - 9 a 10/26/07 - - a

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L % L W L L L L L L W L L L W L T T W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W L L W L W L L W L T L L L L L L L L L L L L

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2 12 1 1 3 4 5 3 0 13 0 4 2 4 2 7 1 7 1 2 4 1 3 4 0 2 1 5 4 1 2 5 2 2 4 4 6 0 7 2 3 4 6 5 9 1 2 1 5 4 5 1 4 1 5 1 4 3 7 0 11 0 9 2 8 0 14 2 19 1 9 0 13 0 5 1 6 0 8 2 1 0 2 4 3 5 6 2 6 1 5 4 3 2 1 2 10 5 5 4 6 0 3 1 4 2 9 3 5 3 6 0 8 1 4 1 5 6 5 7 6 4 4 6 6 3 1 8 1 5 4 2 0 4 4 4 4 6 7 9 4 6 1 6 1 2 1 3 0 7 2 4 3 11 2 5 2 3 1 2

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St. Francis (Maine)

Salem State

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Rensselaer

10/18/02 - - h T 1 10/19/02 - - h T 2

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Princeton

12/29/79 a W 6

12/6/69 h 12/7/69 h 2/7/71 h 11/21/71 h 11/22/71 h 11/3/78 h 11/4/78 h

3/22/85 $ n W 8 7 3ot 3/22/86 $ h W 8 5 3/20/87 $ a L 4 7 $= NCAA Div. II Championship; Schenectady, N.Y. $1= NCAA Div. II Championship; Bemidji, Minn. $2= NCAA Div. II Championship; Plattsburgh, N.Y. ot

Roseau

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2/6/70 a L 4 7 2/7/70 a W 7 5 12/12/70 a L 3 4 1/19/71 a L 2 3 3/3/00 - 2 a L 2 9 3/4/00 - 2 a L 3 6 3/2/01 - 3 h L 1 5 3/3/01 - 3 h L 3 6 12/28/02 - 2 1 a L 3 4 1/28/05 - 12 a T 3 3 ot 1/29/05 - 12 a L 1 3 12/16/05 - 9 h L 1 2 12/17/05 - 9 a L 1 5 1/19/07 - rv h L 2 3 1/20/07 - rv a L 3 6 2/23/08 - 2 a L 1 5 2/24/08 - 2 a L 0 1 1= Subway Holiday Classic; Grand Forks, N.D.

Northland

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3/19/83 $ n L 2 4 3/23/85 $1 n L 1 5 3/21/86 $2 h W 5 4 ot $= NCAA Div. II Championship; Lowell, Mass. $1= NCAA Div. II Championship; Schenectady, N.Y. $2= NCAA Div. II Championship; Bemidji, Minn.

Sacred Heart

North Dakota

1/25/48 h L 3 1/31/48 h L 1

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Rochester

North Dakota State

Minn. State-Moorhead

1/14/63 a 2/1/63 h 2/2/63 h 1/18/64 h 2/7/64 a 2/8/64 a 1/9/65 a

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2/23/77 $ n W 11 0 2/24/78 $1 n W 16 2 2/23/79 $1 n W 17 1 $= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis. $1= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn.

St. John’s (Minn.)

1/5/61 h 1/26/61 h 1/19/62 h 1/25/62 a 1/19/63 a 1/13/64 a 2/5/64 h 1/19/65 a 2/11/65 h 2/19/67 a 12/10/76 h 12/11/76 h 12/4/79 h 1/7/81 a 1/24/81 h 11/17/84 a 11/15/85 h 1/2/93 a 1/4/94 h 1/10/95 h 12/13/97 h 1/20/99 a

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2/6/62 a W 5 2 2/12/62 h W 4 1 1/27/64 a W 6 5 1/22/66 a L 4 5 ot 2/14/66 h W 5 4 ot 2/18/67 a W 5 2 1/20/68 h W 9 3 11/30/73 h W 9 3 12/1/73 h W 7 3 1/4/75 h W 8 1 1/5/75 h W 15 1 1/3/77 h W 7 0 3/5/81 $ n W 5 1 11/19/84 a W 5 3 2/10/86 h W 9 2 3/10/89 # h W 5 4 3/11/89 # h W 7 2 1/31/91 a W 4 0 1/5/92 a W 8 3 11/8/96 a W 8 5 $= NAIA Championship; River Falls, Minn. #= NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals; Bemidji, Minn.

St. Norbert

1/13/95 N h W 4 2 1/14/95 N h T 4 4 1/12/96 N a W 7 5 1/13/96 N a W 5 4 11/22/96 N h L 2 5 11/23/96 N h W 4 3 11/22/97 N a L 4 9 11/23/97 N a L 3 6 11/20/98 N h L 0 4 11/21/98 N h W 4 1 N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game

St. Olaf

2/29/80 $ n W 5 1/3/81 a W 9 2/16/82 h W 9 3/1/83 1 h W 5 $= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn. 1= WIHA Tournament; Bemidji, Minn.

St. Scholastica

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2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey All-Time Series Results 2/10/84 N a W 4 3 2/11/84 N a W 9 1 11/20/84 N h W 5 3 11/21/84 N h W 7 1 1/18/85 N a L 3 6 1/19/85 N a W 6 2 2/8/85 N h W 7 2 2/9/85 N h W 8 3 3/2/85 % h T 5 5 ot 3/3/85 % h W 5 1 1/24/86 N h L 2 4 1/25/86 N h W 7 6 2/14/86 N a L 3 5 2/15/86 N a W 12 4 1/23/87 N h W 6 3 1/24/87 N h W 5 3 2/13/87 N a W 5 3 2/14/87 N a W 7 3 11/21/87 N a W 9 2 11/22/87 N a W 11 3 1/8/88 N h W 11 3 1/9/88 N h W 7 5 11/4/88 N a W 6 1 11/5/88 N a W 7 5 1/13/89 N h W 9 4 1/14/89 N h W 10 0 12/8/89 N h W 6 4 12/9/89 N h W 4 3 1/26/90 N a W 2 1 1/27/90 N a W 8 4 11/30/90 N h W 10 5 12/1/90 N h W 4 2 2/2/91 N a W 9 3 2/3/91 N a W 9 3 12/19/91 h W 16 2 12/21/91 a W 5 2 11/4/94 N h W 6 2 11/5/94 N h W 13 2 1/27/95 N a W 13 4 1/28/95 N a W 15 2 2/17/95 2 W 6 1 2/18/95 2 W 13 1 11/3/95 N a W 4 3 11/4/95 N a W 4 1 1/26/96 N h W 6 1 1/27/96 N h W 6 4 11/1/96 N a W 7 3 11/2/96 N a W 7 5 1/24/97 N h W 9 0 1/25/97 N h W 6 2 10/31/97 N h W 12 0 11/1/97 N h W 8 1 1/23/98 N a W 6 0 1/24/98 N a W 5 2 1/22/99 N a W 7 3 1/23/99 N h W 7 1 I= International Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis. %= WIHA Tournament; Bemidji, Minn. 1= Minn.-Duluth Tournament; Duluth, Minn. 2= NCHA Tournament

St. Thomas (Minn.)

2/10/61 h 1/20/62 a 2/12/73 h 12/13/74 h 12/14/74 h 11/14/75 h 11/15/75 h 11/18/76 h 11/19/76 h 2/25/78 $ a 1/12/79 h 1/13/79 h 11/21/79 a 12/5/80 h 12/6/80 h 11/23/81 a 1/2/82 h 1/3/82 h 3/3/83 1 h 12/30/83 a 3/10/85 # h 3/12/88 # h 3/13/88 # h 1/10/90 h 1/23/91 a 11/10/91 h 11/28/98 h 11/29/98 h

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U.S. Olympic Team

12/3/71 1 n L 3 5 12/4/71 h L 1 10 1= Roseau, Minn.

Union (N.Y.)

12/30/00 - - 1 n T 2 11/2/01 - rv a L 6 11/3/01 - rv a T 2 10/25/02 - - h L 3 10/26/02 - - h T 5 1= Mariucci Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

Warroad

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Wayne State (Mich.) 2/18/00 - - C h W 2/19/00 - - C h W 11/24/00 - - C h L 11/25/00 - - C h W 2/23/01 - - C a W 2/24/01 - - C a T 11/30/01 - - C a W 12/1/01 - - C a T 2/22/02 - - C h T 2/23/02 - - C h L 11/16/02 - - C h W 11/17/02 - - C h W 2/7/03 - - C a L 2/8/03 - - C a L 3/16/03 - - 1 n L 12/5/03 - - C h W 12/6/03 - - C h W 1/23/04 - - C a W 1/24/04 - - C a W 11/22/04 - - C a W 11/23/04 - - C a L 2/4/05 - - C h W 2/5/05 - - C h W 11/11/05 rv - C a W 11/12/05 rv - C a W 1/13/06 - - C h T 1/14/06 - - C h W 12/1/06 - - C a W 12/2/06 - - C a W 1/5/07 - - C h W 1/6/07 - - C h W 2/23/07 - - C a L 2/24/07 - - C a T 11/16/07 - - C a W 11/17/07 - - C a L 2/1/08 - - C h L 2/2/08 - - C h W 2/29/08 - - C h W 3/1/08 - - C h W 3/15/08 - - 2 n W C= College Hockey America game 1= CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb.

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12/3/88 N a L 1 7 2/10/89 N h L 2 6 2/11/89 N h W 6 1 2/24/89 1 a W 6 5 2/25/89 1 a T 4 4 ot 11/10/89 N a L 6 7 11/11/89 N a L 3 8 1/19/90 N h W 7 4 ot 1/20/90 N h W 5 2 12/22/90 N h W 9 2 ot 12/23/90 N h W 5 1 ot 2/15/91 N a W 5 4 2/16/91 N a L 3 7 1/10/92 N h W 8 2 ot 1/11/92 N h W 6 5 2/14/92 N a L 3 4 2/15/92 N a W 7 3 12/11/92 N h W 7 3 12/12/92 N h W 4 1 2/5/93 N a W 11 4 2/6/93 N a W 5 3 11/12/93 N h W 4 3 11/13/93 N h W 8 2 1/14/94 N a W 4 3 1/15/94 N a T 3 3 12/2/94 N a W 6 2 12/3/94 N a W 6 5 2/10/95 N h W 2 1 ot 2/11/95 N h W 5 3 12/1/95 N h W 6 2 12/2/95 N h W 6 4 2/9/96 N a W 4 3 2/10/96 N a L 2 3 2/14/97 N h W 7 2 2/15/97 N h W 8 3 2/13/98 N a L 3 4 2/14/98 N a W 6 5 2/12/99 N h L 3 4 2/13/99 N h W 3 2 ot N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game 1= NCHA Tournament; Eau Claire, Wis.

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1/3/79 h 1/4/79 h 2/20/81 N a 2/21/81 N a 12/11/81 N h 12/12/81 N h 2/19/82 N a 2/20/82 N a 1/14/83 N a 1/15/83 N a 2/18/83 N h 2/19/83 N h 1/13/84 N a 1/14/84 N a 1/11/85 N h 1/12/85 N h 2/21/86 N a 2/22/86 N a 2/20/87 N h 2/21/87 N h 12/2/87 N a 12/3/87 N a 2/19/88 N h 2/20/88 N h 12/2/88 N a

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2/13/76 h W 8 2 2/14/76 h W 10 2 11/28/76 a W 8 3 11/29/76 a W 7 5 2/24/79 $ n W 7 5 1/4/81 a W 5 4 2/6/81 N h W 10 2 2/7/81 N h W 9 0 11/13/81 N h W 5 2 11/14/81 N h W 4 2 1/15/82 N a L 2 5 1/16/82 N a W 8 3 2/27/82 $1 n W 7 0 11/12/82 N a L 4 7 11/13/82 N a L 1 3 1/21/83 N h W 4 1 1/22/83 N h W 7 4 12/15/83 N h W 5 3 12/16/83 N h W 5 4 12/14/84 N a W 4 3 12/15/84 N a W 5 3 12/13/85 N h W 11 1 12/14/85 N h L 4 5 3/1/86 1 h W 5 4 3/2/86 1 h T 3 3 12/8/86 N a W 5 3 12/9/86 N a W 5 4 12/4/87 N h W 3 1 12/5/87 N h L 2 5 2/12/88 N a W 5 2 2/13/88 N a L 4 7 3/4/88 2 a L 4 7 3/5/88 2 a L 0 2 3/18/88 $2 n L 4 6 3/19/88 $2 n L 3 5 11/11/88 h W 3 1 11/12/88 h T 1 1 1/20/89 a L 3 9 1/21/89 a L 3 4 12/15/89 N a L 3 6 12/16/89 N a W 4 3 2/16/90 N h W 5 3 2/17/90 N h T 4 4 12/7/90 N a W 7 1 12/8/90 N a T 3 3 2/8/91 N h W 7 1 2/9/91 N h W 3 0 12/13/91 N a W 5 4 12/14/91 N a W 5 4 2/7/92 N h T 4 4 2/8/92 N h W 5 2 11/13/92 N a W 6 5 11/14/92 N a L 4 6 1/15/93 N h W 5 2 1/16/93 N h W 9 3 2/26/93 3 W 7 3 2/27/93 3 W 7 0 1/7/94 N a L 3 4 1/8/94 N a W 6 3 2/11/94 N h L 4 8 2/12/94 N h W 5 1 1/20/95 N a W 4 3 1/21/95 N a W 8 5 2/24/95 4 L 0 3 2/25/95 4 W 5 2 1/19/96 N h T 3 3 1/20/96 N h L 4 6 1/31/97 N a L 1 4 2/1/97 N a W 3 0 1/30/98 N h L 2 3 1/31/98 N h W 6 2 1/29/99 N a W 3 2 1/30/99 N a L 2 3 N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn.

$1= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis. $2= NCAA Div. III Championship; Elmira, N.Y. 1= NCHA Tournament; Bemidji, Minn. 2= NCHA Tournament; River Falls, Wis. 3= NCHA Tournament 4= NCHA Tournament

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1/16/87 N h W 4 3 1/17/87 N h W 3 2 ot 11/13/87 N h T 2 2 ot 11/14/87 N h L 4 5 1/22/88 N h L 4 6 1/23/88 N h W 4 3 2/27/88 1 h L 0 4 2/28/88 1 h W 8 1 11/26/88 N h L 3 4 ot 11/27/88 N h L 2 6 2/3/89 N a L 2 7 2/4/89 N a W 4 2 3/3/89 2 a L 0 2 3/4/89 2 a T 2 2 ot 3/17/89 $ n L 0 2 3/18/89 $ n L 3 6 12/1/89 N a L 2 3 12/1/89 N a L 4 6 11/17/90 N a L 3 7 11/18/90 N a W 4 3 1/4/91 N h W 3 2 1/5/91 N h W 4 3 2/22/91 3 L 1 7 2/23/91 3 L 3 4 11/23/91 N h T 3 3 ot 11/24/91 N h L 2 4 1/24/92 N a L 4 6 1/25/92 N a L 3 10 2/21/92 4 T 3 3 ot 2/22/92 4 L 1 7 12/4/92 N a L 3 6 12/5/92 N a L 2 6 1/29/93 N h W 8 4 1/30/93 N h L 5 10 3/5/93 5 L 6 8 3/6/93 5 W 3 2 11/5/93 N a W 4 3 11/6/93 N a L 1 8 12/10/93 N h L 3 8 12/11/93 N h W 5 1 2/25/94 6 T 4 4 ot 2/26/94 6 W 4 1 1/6/95 N a W 5 4 ot 1/7/95 N a L 1 2 ot 3/3/95 7 W 6 1 3/4/95 7 W 3 2 1/5/96 N h T 6 6 ot 1/6/96 N h L 3 4 12/6/96 N a L 2 4 12/7/96 N a W 4 3 1/9/98 N h W 9 4 1/10/98 N h W 5 2 1/15/99 N a L 3 5 1/16/99 N a W 6 4 N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NCAA Div. III Championship; Rochester, N.Y. 1= NCHA Tournament; Bemidji, Minn. 2= NCHA Tournament; Stevens Point, Wis. 3= NCHA Tournament 4= NCHA Tournament 5= NCHA Tournament 6= NCHA Tournament 7= NCHA Tournament

Wisconsin-Stout

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3/5/76 $ n W 4 2 1/7/77 h W 3 0 1/8/77 h W 6 1 1/13/78 h W 8 2 1/14/78 h W 10 2 12/14/79 a W 9 3 12/15/79 a W 7 1 1/16/81 h W 15 1 1/17/81 h W 11 4 1/17/97 N h W 4 2 1/18/97 N h W 7 4 1/16/98 N a W 5 3 1/17/98 N a W 8 4 1/8/99 N h W 5 4 1/9/99 N h W 6 3 N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis.

Wisconsin-Superior

1/8/66 h 2/16/66 a 1/20/67 I a 1/21/67 I a 2/3/67 I h 2/4/67 I h 12/8/67 I h 12/9/67 I h 2/16/68 I a 2/17/68 I a 12/18/68 I a 12/19/68 I a 1/31/69 I h 2/1/69 I h 1/27/70 I h 1/28/70 I h 2/13/70 I a 2/14/70 I a 1/29/71 I a 1/30/71 I a 2/12/71 I h 2/13/71 I h 1/28/72 I h 1/29/72 I h 2/11/72 I a 2/12/72 I a

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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

5 3 5 4 13 8 10 9 6 3 5 4 8 9 16 16 9 11 9 10 16 11 6 7 6 4

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

1/26/73 I h W 6 1 1/27/73 I h L 4 7 2/16/73 I h W 8 1 2/17/73 I h W 10 4 1/25/74 I h L 2 5 1/26/74 I h W 6 0 2/8/74 I a W 9 3 2/9/74 I a W 6 1 1/24/75 I a L 2 7 1/25/75 I a L 2 5 2/6/75 I h L 2 12 2/7/75 I h W 4 3 1/23/76 I h W 5 4 1/24/76 I h W 7 4 2/6/76 I a L 3 4 2/7/76 I a W 6 5 3/6/76 $ a L 3 4 1/14/77 I a T 4 4 1/15/77 I a W 6 3 2/11/77 I h W 6 1 2/12/77 I h W 5 4 12/2/77 I a L 1 8 1/27/78 I a W 6 2 1/28/78 I a W 6 3 2/4/78 I h W 7 4 2/16/78 I h W 5 2 2/17/78 I h W 9 5 11/29/78 a W 5 3 12/14/78 h W 6 4 2/3/80 h W 6 3 2/13/80 h W 7 4 3/1/80 $1 n W 8 3 12/10/80 N h W 9 3 3/6/81 $2 n L 4 6 11/21/81 N a L 2 6 12/4/81 N a W 7 5 12/5/81 N a T 1 1 1/8/82 N h W 8 3 1/9/82 N h W 8 1 1/7/83 N h W 7 4 1/8/83 N h W 6 2 2/11/83 N a W 4 0 2/12/83 N a W 13 5 12/6/83 N h W 9 3 1/24/84 N h W 9 1 12/4/84 N h W 8 7 12/20/84 N a W 10 2 1/16/86 N a W 6 2 1/18/86 N h W 6 5 11/14/86 N h L 5 10 11/15/86 N h L 5 8 12/11/87 N a W 5 3 12/12/87 N a W 7 4 1/29/88 N h W 4 1 1/30/88 N h W 4 3 12/9/88 N a L 3 6 12/10/88 N a W 8 2 1/27/89 N h W 5 2 1/28/89 N h W 3 2 11/17/89 N h W 6 5 11/18/89 N h L 3 4 1/5/90 N a W 6 3 1/6/90 N a L 4 5 11/2/90 N h W 9 3 11/3/90 N h W 5 4 1/11/91 N a W 8 5 1/12/91 N a W 7 3 12/6/91 N h L 5 7 12/7/91 N h L 1 7 1/31/92 N a L 2 7 2/1/92 N a W 5 3 11/21/92 N h L 3 4 11/22/92 N h W 7 4 1/22/93 N a W 5 2 1/23/93 N a W 7 2 11/20/93 N a T 4 4 11/21/93 N a L 2 6 1/21/94 N h W 6 3 1/22/94 N h L 2 4 3/4/94 1 W 4 0 3/5/94 1 L 6 7 11/19/94 N a W 3 2 11/20/94 N a W 5 4 2/3/95 N h L 1 5 2/4/95 N h L 2 3 11/17/95 N h W 6 4 11/18/95 N h W 4 3 2/2/96 N a W 5 3 2/3/96 N a L 3 7 2/23/96 2 W 6 1 2/24/96 2 L 1 3 11/15/96 N h T 5 5 11/16/96 N h L 6 7 2/7/97 N a L 1 4 2/8/97 N a W 6 4 11/14/97 N a W 2 1 11/15/97 N a W 6 2 2/6/98 N h L 2 7 2/7/98 N h W 4 1 11/13/98 N h W 3 1 11/14/98 h L 3 5 2/5/99 N a L 2 4 2/6/99 a L 4 7 I= International Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game N= Northern Collegiate Hockey Ass’n game $= NAIA Championship; Superior, Wis. $1= NAIA Championship; St. Paul, Minn. $2= NAIA Championship; River Falls, Wis. 1= NCHA Tournament 2= NCHA Tournament

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Schedule & Results Record All Games College Hockey America Non-Conference 1 1

Date Oct. 12, 2007 Oct. 13, 2007 Oct. 19, 2007 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 26, 2006 Oct. 27, 2007 Nov. 2, 2007 Nov. 3, 2007 Nov. 9, 2007 Nov. 10. 2007 Nov. 16, 2007 Nov. 17, 2007 Nov. 30, 2007 Dec. 1, 2007 Dec. 7, 2007 Dec. 8, 2007 Dec. 14, 2007 Dec. 15, 2007 Jan. 4, 2008 Jan. 5, 2008 Jan. 11, 2008 Jan. 12, 2008 Jan. 18, 2008 Jan. 19, 2008 Jan. 25, 2008 Jan. 26, 2008 Feb. 1, 2008 Feb. 2, 2008 Feb. 15, 2008 Feb. 16, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008 Feb. 24, 2008 Feb. 29, 2008 Mar. 1, 2008 Mar. 15, 2008 Mar. 16, 2008

Overall 17-16-3 13-4-3 3-11-0

Home 10-6-1 7-2-1 3-4-0

Opponent Army Army Merrimack Merrimack @ St. Cloud State @ St. Cloud State • (rv) Niagara • (rv) Niagara •@ Ala.-Huntsville •@ Ala.-Huntsville •@ Wayne State •@ Wayne State •@ (rv) Niagara •@ (rv) Niagara • Ala.-Huntsville • Ala.-Huntsville (rv) Minnesota State (rv) Minnesota State @ (rv) Minnesota Duluth (rv) Minnesota Duluth •@ Ala.-Huntsville •@ Ala.-Huntsville @ (3) Colorado College @ (4) Denver • Robert Morris • Robert Morris • Wayne State • Wayne State @• Robert Morris @• Robert Morris (2) North Dakota (2) North Dakota • Wayne State • Wayne State Wayne State Niagara

Away Neutral 6-9-2 1-1-0 6-2-2 0-0-0 0-7-0 0-0-0

W/L W W L L L L L W W T W L W T W W L L L W W W L L T W L W L W L L W W W L

Score 2-1 3-0 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-6 2-3 3-0 2-0 3-3# 3-1 2-5 5-1 2-2# 4-1 2-0 3-4 0-1 3-5 2-0 4-0 7-1 4-5 2-4 2-2# 4-0 2-3 4-3# 1-4 7-2 1-5 0-1 7-5 5-3 4-1 2-3

Shots 24-22 28-22 36-11 29-21 40-29 36-30 36-18 31-31 38-36 24-24 23-19 31-21 34-31 30-25 29-8 38-12 34-21 22-28 29-30 19-25 30-23 36-32 32-29 28-32 42-30 41-19 30-24 35-21 23-35 28-29 41-18 13-32 31-27 31-28 30-11 29-25

Overall 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 4-5-1 5-5-1 5-6-1 6-6-1 6-6-2 7-6-2 8-6-2 8-7-2 8-8-2 8-9-2 9-9-2 10-9-2 11-9-2 11-10-2 11-11-2 11-11-3 12-11-3 12-12-3 13-12-3 13-13-3 14-13-3 14-14-3 14-15-3 15-15-3 16-15-3 17-15-3 17-16-3

CHA Time Attend - 2:12 1,382 - 2:12 1,283 - 2:16 1,260 - 2:10 1,162 - 2:24 6,002 - 2:07 6,041 0-1-0 2:18 1,076 1-1-0 2:12 1,073 2-1-0 2:15 3,167 2-1-1 2:26 1,487 3-1-1 2:12 237 3-2-1 2:15 225 4-2-1 2:05 1,046 4-2-2 2:25 910 5-2-2 2:06 1,219 6-2-2 2:05 1,284 - 2:16 1,233 - 2:13 1,340 - 2:10 3,843 - 2:05 1,332 7-2-2 2:15 2,152 8-2-2 2:18 2,633 - 2:11 5,974 - 2:20 6,035$ 8-2-3 2:33 1,128 9-2-3 2:15 1,618 9-3-3 2:11 1,074 10-3-3 2:28 1,276 10-4-3 2:15 892 11-4-3 2:10 985 - 2:14 11,842$ - 2:05 11,043 12-4-3 2:25 1,108 13-4-3 2:23 1,267 - 2:17 536 - 2:30 1,081

Goalie of Record Climie (1-0-0) Alamano (1-0-0) Dalton a (0-1-0) Climie (1-1-0) Alamano (1-1-0) Dalton a (0-2-0) Alamano (1-2-0) Climie (2-1-0) Climie (3-1-0) Climie (3-1-1) Climie (4-1-1) Climie (4-2-1) Climie (5-2-1) Climie (5-2-2) Climie (6-2-2) Climie (7-2-2) Climie (7-3-2) Alamano (1-3-0) Climie (7-4-2) Dalton a (1-2-0) Climie (8-4-2) Climie (9-4-2) Daltona (1-3-0) Alamano (1-4-0) Climie (9-4-3) Climie (10-4-3) Climie (10-5-3) Climie (11-5-3) Climie (11-6-3) Climie (12-6-3) Climie (12-7-3) Alamano (1-5-0) Alamano* (2-5-0) Climie (13-7-3) Climie (14-7-3) Climie (14-8-3)

(x) opponent’s rank in USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll / # overtime / $ sellout crowd / a= freshman / *= decision in relief • College Hockey America regular-season contest 1- College Hockey America Tournament; Niagara, N.Y. (x/ - opponent’s tournament seed)

W-L-T Team Statistics 17-16-3 13-4-3 SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 10-6-1 Shot pct. 6-9-2 Goals/Game 1-1-0 Shots/Game Assists 1-0-3

TEAM RECORD Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime: ATTENDANCE Gms Total: 36 Home: 17 Away: 18 Neutral: 1

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Total 87,246 22,196 65,595 536

BSU

OPP

102-1088 82-902 .094 .091 2.8 2.3 30.2 25.1 165 137

POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays 36-172 .209 Avg. Conversion Percent Shot Attempts 261 2,424 Shot Percent .138 1,233 3,795 GOAL BREAKDOWN 102 536 Total Goals Power Play 36 Short-handed 3 Empty net 5 Penalty 0 Unassisted 6 Overtime 1 Shootout 0 Delayed Penalty 0

26-187 .139 209 .124 82 26 6 2 0 7 0 0 0

PENALTIES Number 227 Minutes 514 Penalties/Game 6.3 Pen minutes/Game 14.3 Minor 217 Major 4 10-minute Misconduct 3 Game Misconduct 2 Gross Misconduct 0 Match 1 SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att) 0-0 ATTENDANCE Total 22196 Dates/Avg Per Date 17/1233 Neutral Site #/Avg 1/536

210 504 5.8 14.0 197 4 2 7 0 0 0-0 65595 18/3795

GOALS BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents

1 2 33 33 27 31

3 OT Total 35 1 102 24 0 82

SAVES BY PERIOD Bemidji State

1 2 3 OT Total 258 307 248 7 820

2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Statistics

Record All Games College Hockey America Non-Conference

Overall 17-16-3 13-4-3 4-12-0

SCORING

Home 10-7-1 7-2-1 3-5-0

Away Neutral 6-9-2 1-0-0 6-2-2 0-0-0 0-7-0 1-0-0

Overall

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Pts

Sh

+/-

PIM

PP

1

0

20

7

14

21

59

+11

6-12

4

SH GW 1

1

GT 0

1

0

16

9

9

18

39

+9

3-6

4

0

1

0

8

Travis Winter

36

9

15

24

81

+10

11-22

6

0

3

0

20

7

10

17

48

+13

7-14

5

0

2

0

13

Matt Pope

36

14

9

23

98

+1

20-40

5

1

2

0

20

11

4

15

62

+5

9-18

4

1

2

0

22

Blaine Jarvis

36

13

8

21

128

0

9-18

1

0

0

0

20

8

7

15

81

+2

3-6

4

0

0

0

7

Cody Bostock

35

7

12

19

84

+1

18-36

4

0

4

0

20

5

9

14

52

+6

11-22

2

0

3

0

21

Brandon Marino

31

3

14

17

54

-3

5-18

1

0

0

0

16

1

12

13

35

-1

4-16

0

0

0

0

17

Matt Francis

34

5

10

15

75

+5

11-22

0

0

2

0

20

4

6

10

49

+4

7-14

0

0

2

0

5

Graham McManamin

29

3

11

14

32

0

20-48

1

0

0

0

17

2

7

9

21

+1

9-18

0

0

0

0

20

Joey Moggach

28

2

9

11

29

-3

11-22

1

0

0

0

16

2

8

10

12

-2

9-18

1

0

0

0

6

Riley Weseloski

35

3

7

10

35

0

13-26

1

0

1

0

19

2

5

7

15

0

8-16

0

0

1

0

26

Tyler Lehrke

35

2

8

10

45

0

9-18

0

0

0

0

19

1

6

7

26

0

8-16

0

0

0

0

11

Ian Lowe

24

2

8

10

28

0

6-12

1

0

0

0

15

2

4

6

20

-1

3-6

1

0

0

0

9

Chris Peluso

36

1

9

10

43

+1

13-26

1

0

0

0

20

1

5

6

25

+1

7-14

1

0

1

0 1

23

Chris McKelvie

35

6

1

7

51

-5

8-16

0

1

0

1

19

3

0

3

26

-2

4-8

0

0

0

15

Ryan Cramer

31

4

3

7

41

0

9-18

0

0

1

0

17

4

2

6

24

+3

5-10

0

0

1

0

3

John Vadnais

16

1

3

4

15

+6

5-10

0

0

0

0

9

1

2

3

6

+5

4-8

0

0

0

0

16

Emil Billberg

15

2

1

3

15

+4

1-2

0

0

0

0

8

0

0

0

7

+2

1-2

0

0

0

0

18

Jake Bluhm

21

1

2

3

20

-1

3017

0

0

0

0

12

0

1

1

11

-2

3-17

0

0

0

0

27

Kyle Hardwick

20

1

1

2

15

+8

6-12

0

0

0

0

10

1

1

2

7

+6

2-4

0

0

0

0

25

David Deterding

34

0

2

2

18

+3

20-51

0

0

0

0

19

0

2

2

11

+4

9-18

0

0

0

0

29

Jamie Ruff

4

1

0

1

5

+1

2-4

0

0

1

0

2

0

0

0

1

0

1-2

0

0

0

0

4

Dan MacIntyre

11

0

1

1

5

+2

2-4

0

0

0

0

6

0

1

1

4

+2

2-4

0

0

0

0

33

Climie, Matt

27

0

0

0

0

0

5-10

0

0

0

0

19

0

0

0

0

0

1-2

0

0

0

0

6

0

0

0

0

0

5-10

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

4-8

0

0

0

0

Total

36

102

165

267

1088

+44 227-514

36

3

17

1

20

71

115

186

641

+66 129-277

26

2

13

1

Opponents

36

82

137

219

902

- 210-504

26

6

16

2

20

39

68

107

493

- 121-304

8

3

4

2

TM TEAM

GOALTENDING ##

Name

35

Orlando Alamano

33

Matt Climie

Overall

CHA Games Only

GP

MIN

GA

EN

Avg

Saves

Pct

W

L

T

GP

MIN

GA

EN

Avg

Saves

Pct

W

L

8

392:37

13

0

1.99

170

.929

2

5

0

3

98:34

5

0

3.04

35

.875

1

1

T 0

27

1529:06

55

0

2.16

580

.913 14

8

3

19

1111:49

33

0

1.78

419

.927 12

3

3

1

Matt Dalton

5

233:10

12

0

3.09

70

.854

1

3

0

0

0:00

0

0

0.00

0

.000

0

0

0

TM

EMPTY NET

6

23:04

0

2

0.00

0

.000

0

0

0

4

7:34

0

1

0.00

0

.000

0

0

0

4

3

4 13

3

Total

36

2177:57

82

2

2.26

820

.911 17 16

3

20

1217:57

39

1

1.92

454

.923 13

Opponents

36

2177:57

102

5

2.81

986

.910 16 17

3

20

1217:57

71

2

3.50

570

.892

Miscellaneous Team Statistics Overall

CHA Games Only

SHOTS ON GOAL

Shots

Avg/G

Pct

SHOTS ON GOAL

Shots

Avg/G

Pct

Bemidji State

1,088

30.22

.094

Bemidji State

614

30.7

.116 .079

Opponents POWER PLAYS Bemidji State Opponents GOALS BY PERIOD

902

25.06

.091

Opponents

493

24.7

Goals

Chances

Pct

POWER PLAYS

Goals

Chances

Pct

36

172

.209

Bemidji State

26

89

.292

26

190

.137

Opponents

8

98

.082

1

2

3

OT

Total

GOALS BY PERIOD

1

2

3

OT

Total

Bemidji State

33

33

35

1

102

Bemidji State

25

20

25

1

71

Opponents

27

31

24

0

82

Opponents

9

18

12

0

39

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Statistics Individual Game-by-Game Statistics

Matt Dalton

John Vadnais

Dan MacIntyre

Graham McManamin

Riley Weselowski

Cody Bostock

Travis Winter

Chris Peluso

Ian Lowe

Matt Pope

Tyler Scofield

Ryan Cramer

Emil Billbrg

Matt Francis

Opponent Army Army Merrimack Merrimack at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State • (rv) Niagara • (rv) Niagara • at Ala.-Huntsville • at Ala.-Huntsville • at Wayne State (Mich.) • at Wayne State (Mich.) • at (rv) Niagara • at (rv) Niagara • Ala.-Huntsville

Date Oct. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 7

GA-SV DNP DNP 3-8 DNP DNP 4-6 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A-P DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-2

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-2-2

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1

G-A-P DNP 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1

G-A-P DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-0-2 0-1-1 2-0-2

G-A-P 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP

G-A-P 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-1-1 0-0-0 DND DND 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

• Ala.-Huntsville (rv) Minnesota State (rv) Minnesota State at (rv) Minnesota Duluth (rv) Minnesota Duluth • at Ala.-Huntsville • at Ala.-Huntsville at (3) Colorado College at (4) Denver • Robert Morris • Robert Morris • Wayne State • Wayne State • at Robert Morris • at Robert Morris at (2) North Dakota at (2) North Dakota • Wayne State • Wayne State vs Wayne State at Niagara

Dec. 8 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 Jan. 12 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 15 Mar. 16

DNP 0-7 DNP DNP 0-25 DNP DNP 5-24 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0

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

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

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1

DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 DNP DNP 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

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

Bemidji State’s Record When... BSU plays at... Home Away Neutral Site Intermissions BSU leads at first BSU trails at first Game tied at first BSU leads at second BSU trails at second Game tied at second In overtime Games decided... Ties By one goal By two goals By three or more goals Shots on Goal BSU leads BSU trails Shots even Game’s First Goal BSU scores first Opponent scores first

40

2007-08 Division I era 10-7-1 75-44-19 6-9-2 52-96-13 1-0-0 10-8-1 10-2-1 0-8-1 7-7-1 12-1-2 2-9-0 3-6-1 1-0-3

71-26-12 14-76-9 51-48-11 106-9-11 10-108-11 21-31-11 14-15-33

3 1-10 6-2 10-4

33 37-52 40-33 60-63

14-9-2 2-7-0 1-0-1

95-53-19 35-88-13 6-5-1

15-8-3 2-8-0

104-54-18 33-94-15

Shots on Goal BSU < 20 BSU 20-29 BSU 30-39 BSU 40-49 BSU 50+ Opponent < 20 Opponent 20-29 Opponent 30-39 Opponent 40-49 Opponent 50+ Scoring Shutouts BSU scores one goal BSU scores two goals BSU scores three goals BSU scores four goals BSU scores five-plus goals Opponent scores one goal Opponent scores two goals Opponent scores three goals Opponent scores four goals Opponent scores five-plus goals

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

5-16-2 49-74-11 55-48-11 24-11-9 4-1-1 28-7 -2 69-48-13 32-60-15 8-25-2 0-8-0

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

25-13-0 1-44-6 19-43-15 27-33-8 25-10-2 62-4-2 40-2-6 35-12-15 20-26-8 7-36-2 6-71-2

Penalties BSU leads BSU trails Penalties even Goals Power Play Short-Handed Unassisted BSU plays in... October November December January February March Record against... CHA CCHA ECAC Hockey East MAAC/Atlantic Hockey WCHA Independent

* includes CHA Tournament

10-9-2 5-5-1 2-2-0

55-75-16 53-49-11 29-24-6

36 3 6

301 45 67

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

13-22-6 29-26-7 19-31-6 32-20-5 27-33-9 18-15-0

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

105-63-22* 6-14-1 3-5-5 1-5-0 7-1-2 13-60-3 2-0-0

2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Statistics

Individual Game-by-Game Statistics

Jake Bluhm

Joey Moggach

Brandon Marino

Blaine Jarvis

Chris McKelvie

David Deterding

Tyler Lehrke

Kyle Hardwick

Matt Read

Jamie Ruff

Matt Climie

Orlando Alamano

Opponent Army Army Merrimack Merrimack at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State • (rv) Niagara • (rv) Niagara • at Ala.-Huntsville • at Ala.-Huntsville • at Wayne State (Mich.) • at Wayne State (Mich.) • at (rv) Niagara • at (rv) Niagara • Ala.-Huntsville

Date Oct. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 7

G-A-P 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-3-3 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP

G-A-P 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

G-A-P 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A-P 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-1-2

G-A-P DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

GA-Sv 1-21 DNP DNP 2-19 DNP 2-18 DNP 0-31 0-36 3-21 1-18 4-16 1-30 2-23 1-7

GA-Sv DNP 0-22 DNP DNP 2-27 DNP 3-15 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

• Ala.-Huntsville (rv) Minnesota State (rv) Minnesota State at (rv) Minnesota Duluth (rv) Minnesota Duluth • at Ala.-Huntsville • at Ala.-Huntsville at (3) Colorado College at (4) Denver • Robert Morris • Robert Morris • Wayne State • Wayne State • at Robert Morris • at Robert Morris at (2) North Dakota at (2) North Dakota • Wayne State • Wayne State vs Wayne State at Niagara

Dec. 8 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 Jan. 12 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 15 Mar. 16

DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP

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

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0-0 DNP

0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1

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

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

0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

0-12 4-10 DNP 5-25 DNP 0-23 1-31 DNP DNP 2-28 0-19 3-21 3-18 4-31 2-19 4-36 DNP 3-10 3-25 1-10 3-22

DNP DNP 1-27 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4-28 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-8 DNP 1-31 2-12 DNP DNP DNP

The Last Time... Series Sweep at John Glas Fieldhouse

Hat Trick, Individual

Five Points, Individual

BSU: Wayne State (7-5 / 5-3) Opp: Minnesota State (3-4 / 0-1)

BSU: Chris McKelvie (3) at Colorado College Jan. 18, 2008 Opp: Randy Harris (3) at Niagara Feb. 24, 2006

BSU: Travis Winter (2-3=5) vs Wayne State Jan. 6, 2007 Opp: Randy Harris (3-2=5) at Niagara Feb. 24, 2006

Four Goals Scored, Individual

Six or More Points, Individual

Series Sweep on the Road

BSU: at Ala.-Huntsville (4-0 / 7-1) Opp: at North Dakota (1-5 / 0-1)

Feb. 29-Mar. 1, 2008 Dec. 14-15, 2007

Jan. 11-12, 2008 Feb. 23-24, 2008

10 Goals Scored, Team

BSU: St. Scholastica (12) Opp: Minn.-Duluth (12)

Oct. 31, 1997 Dec. 7, 2002

Five Power Play Goals Scored, Team

BSU: Ala.-Huntsville (5) Opp: at Maine (6)

40+ Shots on Goal, Team

BSU: Robert Morris (41) Opp: at North Dakota (41)

50+ Shots on Goal, Team

BSU: at Robert Morris (50) Opp: at Ala.-Huntsville (50)

March 4, 2006 Oct. 13, 2006

Jan. 26, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008

Jan. 6, 2006 Jan. 22, 2005

BSU: Luke Erickson (4) vs Niagara Opp: Dallas Miller, Augsburg

Five Goals Scored, Individual

BSU: Jamie Erb vs St. Scholastica Opp: John Carr, Lake Superior State

Three Assists, Individual

BSU: Tyler Scofield (3) at Robert Morris Opp: T.J. Oshie (3) at North Dakota

Four Assists, Individual

BSU: Tyler Scofield (4) vs Niagara Opp: Rastislav Spirko (4) at N. Dakota

Five Assists, Individual

BSU: Shane Kalbrener vs Wayne State Opp: under research

Dec. 3, 2005 Jan. 2, 1987

Dec. 19, 1991 Feb. 28, 1970

Feb. 16, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008

Dec. 3, 2005 Dec. 17, 2005

Nov. 25, 2000

BSU: Shane Kalbrener vs Wayne St. Opp: Dallas Miller, Augsburg

Nov. 25, 2000 Jan. 3, 1987

Shorthanded Goal Scored, Individual

BSU: Chris McKelvie at Colorado Colelge Jan. 18, 2008 Opp: Ryan Cruthers at Robert Morris Feb. 15, 2008

Overtime Goal Scored, Individual

BSU: Matt Pope vs Wayne State Opp: Sean Bentivoglio at Niagara

Dec. 9, 2006 Feb. 24, 2006

Two Power-Play Goals Scored, Individual

BSU: Travis Winter (2) at Robert Morris Opp: Ryan Duncan (2) at North Dakota

Scored on Empty Net

BSU: Tyler Scofield vs Wayne State Opp: Brad Miller at North Dakota

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

Feb. 16, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008

March 15, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 1

Army Bemidji State

1 2

Oct. 12, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,382) / Bemidji, Minn. 1-0-0 / 0-0-0 CHA / 2:12 1 2 3 F 1 0 0 Army 1 1 0 1 BSU 2

First Period

00:32 Army 0-1 6x6 11:47 BSU 1-1 6x6

Owen Meyer (1) (Fearing) Jake Bluhm (1) (Francis)

16:48 BSU 2-1 6x6 u game-winning goal

uTravis Winter (1) (Marino, Read)

Shots on Goal 1 10 6

2 6 6

Penalties & Power Plays Min 4 8

3 6 12 SHG 0 0

F 22 24 PPG/O 0-for-4 0-for-2

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending Army Josh Kassel (L, 0-1-0) empty net BSU Matt Climie (W, 1-0-1)

Bemidji State Lines

1 5 0 1 9

2 6 0 2 6

3 11 0 3 6

Tot 22 0 Tot 21

1F Jarvis Pope Moggach 2F Read Winter Marino 3F Bluhm Lehrke Francis 4F McKelvie Billberg Cramer 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D Hardwick Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 59:56 2 00:04 0 Min GA 60:00 1

0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. — Travis Winter fired a shot through heavy traffic and past the Black Knight goaltender with 3:12 to go in the game to break a 1-1 deadlock and lift the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team to a 2-1 victory over Army at the John Glas Fieldhouse. The win broke the seal on the Beavers’ 52nd season of hockey and helped BSU improve to 3-0 all-time versus the Black Knights. The Beavers found themselves down 1-0 before most of the 1,382 in attendance had time to get situated in their seats. The Black Knights took a failed BSU trip into the zone and beat the Beavers back up the ice. Owen Meyer placed the first shot of the 2007-08 season over the left shoulder of BSU senior goaltender Matt Climie just 32-seconds after the drop of the puck. BSU would return the favor at the 11:47 mark when Jake Bluhm buried a one-timer from newcomer Matt Francis to level the score. Army looked to have taken a 2-1 lead midway through the period on a shot off the stick of Luke Flicek, as Climie was taken out. But the referee quickly waved off the goal and after a brief discussion between officials and explanations to both benches, the goal was disallowed due to a Black Knight player being in the crease. The event was a shot in the arm for the Beaver attack as the team would pepper Josh Kassel with 12 shots in the period with Winter’s first point of the season finding its way into the net. Brandon Marino was credited with the first assist while freshman forward Matt Read earned his first collegiate point with an assist on the play. After the first-minute stunner caught everyone on their heels, Climie compose himself and turned away 21 shots, including nine to finish the first period, to collect his 32nd career win in net for the Beavers. The 2-1 victory served as the prefect start to the Beavers’ 52nd season of collegiate hockey. BSU improved to 38-12-2 in seasonopeners all time and is 4-2-1 to open a new season under head coach Tom Serratore. The 2007-08 meeting between BSU and Army was the first headto-head battle since the teams met to kick off the 1999-2000 season. The Beavers also won that contest, 5-2, garnering its first win at the NCAA Division I level. BSU would post a 3-0 shutout the following night to complete the series sweep in West Point.

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Oct. 13, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,283 / Bemidji, Minn. 2-0-0 / 0-0-0 CHA / 2:15 1 2 3 F 0 0 0 Army 0 0 0 3 BSU 3

Game 3

Merrimack Bemidji State

First Period

Second Period

Second Period

16:01 MC 0-1 6x6

uJamie Ruff (1) (Lowe, McKelvie) Matt Pope (1) (unassisted) Blaine Jarvis (1) (Pope)

Shots on Goal 1 3 12

2 13 3

Penalties & Power Plays RMU BSU

Pen 3 4

John Goebel (1) (Ouimet, Ricci)

2:13 MC 0-2 6x5 PP J.C. Robitaille (1) (Barton, Bonitatibus) 19:18 BSU 1-2 6x6 Brandon Marino (1) )Bluhm, Vadnais)

4:11 BSU 1-0 6x6 19:35 BSU 2-0 EN 19:59 BSU 3-0 EN u game-winning goal

Army BSU

3 2

Oct. 19, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,260) / Bemidji, Minn. 2-1-0 / 0-0-0 CHA / 2:14 1 2 3 F 1 1 1 MC 3 0 1 1 BSU 2

First Period

Third Period

Third Period

Pen 2 4

0 3

none

none

Army BSU

Army Bemidji State

none

Second Period

Army BSU

Game 2

Min 6 8

3 6 13

F 22 28

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 0-for-4 0-for-3

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending Army Jay Clark (L, 0-2-2) empty net BSU Orlando Alamano (W, 1-0-0)

Bemidji State Lines

Third Period

00:56 BSU 2-2 6x6 Blaine Jarvis (2) (Pope) 2:16 MC 2-3 6x5 PP uFrancois Ouimet (1) (Ricci, Farrell) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal MC BSU

1 3 14

2 5 9

Penalties & Power Plays MC BSU

Pen 6 7

Min 12 25

3 3 13

F 11 36

SHG PPG/O 0 2-for-7 0 0-for-6

Pct. .286 .000

Goaltending 1 12 0 1 2

2 3 0 2 13

3 10 0 3 6

Tot 25 0 Tot 22

1F Read Winter Marino 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Lehrke Francis 4F McKelvie Lowe Ruff 1D Peluso Deterding 2D MacIntyre Vadnais 3D Hardwick Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 59:08 1 00:52 2 Min GA 60:00 0

0-0=0 pts 2-1=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 3-3=6 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. — The Bemidji State University men’s hockey team got three third-period goals and goaltender Orlando Alamano turned away all 22 Army shots as the Beavers completed the two-game series sweep over the Black Knights with a 3-0 victory. Alamano and his corps of defenders turned in a superb performance. Aiding in the goaltender’s first collegiate shutout, the Beavers blocked another 10 Army shots and created havoc for the Black Knights all evening. Freshman Jamie Ruff netted his first goal wearing the Green and White, giving BSU a 1-0 lead over Army early in the third period. Chris McKelvie and fellow rookie Ian Lowe were each credited with assists on the play. The helper was also the first collegiate point for Lowe. Matt Pope and Blaine Jarvis each added empty-net goals during the final 25 seconds to secure the victory. During the first period, BSU out shot the Black Knights 12-3. BSU had multiple quality scoring chances during the period, but each time Jay Clark came up with the save. During the 12th minute, Riley Weselowski generated a turnover as the Black Knights attempted to skate the puck into the BSU zone. He hit Pope in stride, who had beaten the defense, who returned the pass only for Weselowski’s shot to be stopped by Clark. Later in the stanza, Brandon Marino used his speed to break away from the Black Knight defenders for a 1-on-1 with the Army goaltender. Clark again stymied the BSU opportunity as the teams went into the first intermission locked at 0-0. The second period was a 360-degree switch from the first 20 minutes. Army came out as the aggressor peppering Alamano with 13 shots against just three for BSU. But the BSU backstop would keep the Beavers in the game stopping all 13 second-period attempts to keep the score even at 0-0. The third period belonged to BSU. The Beavers fired 13 shots on goal during the final 20 minutes with Ruff’s lamplighter making the difference 4:11 into the period. Alamano, now 4-2-0 on his career and 1-0-0 in 2007-08, posted his first win since a Jan. 6th victory versus Wayne State (Mich). It was the first BSU shutout since Matt Climie posted 21 saves in a 1-0 win over Wayne State Dec. 1, 2006. Army’s Clark stopped 25 BSU shots falling to 0-1-0 on the year. The win extends the Beavers’ winning streak over Army to four games as the team is now 4-0 versus the Black Knights all-time.

MC Patrick Watson (W, 2-0-0) BSU Matt Dalton (L, 0-1-0) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 14 1 2 0

2 8 2 4 0

3 12 3 2 0

Tot 34 Tot 8 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Ruff 1D Bostock Vadnais 2D Peluso Deterding 3D Hardwick Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 2 Min GA 58:41 3 1:19 0

0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. — The Bemidji State University men’s hockey team surrendered its first loss of the season to the Merrimack Warriors by a score of 3-2 at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. BSU’s late comeback attempt came up short as the Warriors held off the rally to secure the one-goal victory. Merrimack built a 1-0 lead in the first period as John Goebel netted his first goal of the season for the Warriors at 16:01 of the period. Bemidji State’s Tyler Scofield was dismissed from the contest with just 17 seconds left in the first period for checking-from-behind. The penalty gave the Warriors nearly five minutes oln the man-advantage to begin the second period. In the second period the Warriors came out and pushed their lead to 2-0 on its first of two power-play goals on the night. Bemidji State cut the lead to 2-1 when Brandon Marino fired a wrist shot that trickled off the goaltender’s glove into the net for his first goal of the season. Bemidji State scored the game-tying goal just 56 seconds into the third period. Blaine Jarvis scored his second goal of the season with help from Matt Pope. The score did not stay tied for long as Merrimack once again took advantage of a Beaver penalty. BSU was called for too many men on the ice at 1:38 of the third period and the Warriors would turn that into a lead in just 38 seconds.. Francios Ouimet scored the eventual game-winner with help from Rob Ricci and Grant Farrell. Late in the third period the Beavers seemed to have scored a goal that would have tied the game up at 3-3, but a quick whistle by the referee ended play early. Despite out shooting the Warriors 36-11 on the night the Beavers pushed just two pucks past Merrimack goaltender Patrick Watson. Watson stopped 34 of 36 shots faced improving his record to 2-0 on the season. Bemidji State freshman goalie Matt Dalton recorded his first collegiate start in netstopping eight of 11 shots faced allowing all three Warrior goals. Merrimack and Bemidji State combined for 13 penalties for a total of 37 minutes. BSU garnered seven penalties for 25 minutes and Merrimack committed six minor penalties for 12 minutes. Merrimack was 2-for-7 on the man advantage, while Bemidji State was 0-for-6 on the power-play.

2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 4

Merrimack Bemidji State

2 1

Oct. 20, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,162) / Bemidji, Minn. 2-2-0 / 0-0-0 CHA / 2:10 1 2 3 F 1 1 0 MC 2 0 1 0 BSU 1

Game 5

Bemidji State St. Cloud State

1 2

Oct. 26, 2007 / National Hockey Center (6,002) / St. Cloud, Minn. 2-3-0 / 0-0-0 CHA / 2:24 1 2 3 F 0 1 0 BSU 1 0 1 1 SCSU 2

Game 6

Bemijdi State St. Cloud State

Oct. 27, 2007 / National Hockey Center (6,041) / St. Cloud, Minn. 2-4-0 / 0-0-0 CHA / 2:07 1 2 3 F 1 0 0 BSU 1 4 1 1 SCSU 6

First Period

First Period

Second Period

Second Period

11:12 MC 0-2 6x6 uJunstin Bonitatibus (1) (Jones, Kimball) 17:48 BSU 1-2 PP 5x6 Travis Winter (2) (Bostock, Cramer)

10:28 SCSU 0-1 PP 6x5 Garret Roe (3) (Raboin, Brocklehur) 17:56 BSU 1-1 6x6 Tyler Scofield (1) (unassisted)

7:26 SCSU 0-1 6x5 PP 9:21 SCSU 0-2 6x5 PP 11:51 BSU 1-2 6x5 PP 16:32 SCSU 1-3 6x5 PP 18:58 SCSU 1-4 6x6

Third Period

Third Period

Second Period

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

6:50 SCSU 2-1 6x6 u game-winning goal

none u game-winning goal

MC BSU

1 4 6

2 12 12

Penalties & Power Plays MC BSU

Pen 9 5

First Period

none

12:06 MC 0-1 SH 6x5 John Goeble (2) (unassisted)

Min 18 10

3 5 11 SHG 1 0

F 21 29 PPG/O 0-for-4 1-for-9

Pct. .000 .111

Bemidji State Lines

1 12 8

2 20 8

Penalties & Power Plays BSU SCSU

Pen 6 5

1 6 1 2 0

2 11 2 11 0

3 11 3 5 0

Tot 28 Tot 19 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Lowe Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Billberg 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D MacIntyre Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 1 Min GA 58:27 2 1:33 0

1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. — The Bemidji State University hockey team fell behind 2-0 for the second consecutive night and was unable complete the comeback as the Beavers fell 2-1 to Merrimack College. The Warriors used a short-handed goal in the first period and a goal midway through the second to complete the sweep. Bemidji State out-shot Merrimack 6-4 in the first period but the Warriors held the advantage on the scoreboard at 1-0 going into the first intermission. In the second period, the Warriors applied as much pressure as they had all weekend generating 12 shots on goal. Just over the midway point of the frame, Justin Bonitatibus potted his first goal of the season to push the Warrior’s lead to 2-0. Bonitatibus picked up loose puck in front of the Beaver net and was able to fire a shot that beat the BSU goaltende. Matt Jones and Pat Kimball were awarded the helpers on the eventual game winning-goal. Bemidji State cut the lead to 2-1 before the period was over. Merrimack’s Grant Farrell was called for hooking at 16:53 of the third period to give the Beavers their fifth power-play of the game. BSU took advantage netting its first power-play goal of the season to bring the score within a one goal. Cody Bostock fired a shot on goal from the point that the goaltender kicked aside. Travis Winter picked up the loose puck and buried his second goal of the season. Bostock and Ryan Cramer assisted on the power-play goal. BSU applied plenty of pressure as the period wound down but the combination of the Warriors’ defense and solid goaltending by Andre Brathwaite allowed the MC to garner a weekend series sweep of the Beavers. The sweep marked the first time the Beavers have been swept at home under the tutelage of seveth-year head coach Tom Serratore. The last time BSU swept at home was on Nov. 10-11, 2000 when Miami (Ohio) took two stright from the Beavers at the John Glas Fieldhouse. Climie stopped 19 of 21 shots faced suffering his first lost of the season for the Beavers. Brathwaite stopped 28 of 29 shots in net for the Warriors seeing his record improve to 1-0 this season. With the loss the Beavers fall to 3-3 all-time versus the Warriors and 2-2 at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse versus Merrimack. The Warriors are currently on a three game winning streak versus the Beavers. The last four meetings between the two teams have been one goal games with the Warriors winning the last three games.

Ryan Lasch (2) (Roe, Raboin) uGarrett Roe (4) (Brocklehur, Nodl Cody Bostock (1) (Read, Scofield) Andreas Nodl (2) (Roe, Brocklehur) Nate Dey (4) (Lasch, Brockllehur)

Nate Dey (5) (unassisted)

Third Period

Min 12 10

3 8 13

F 40 29

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 0-for-5 1-for-6

Pct. .000 .167

Goaltending

Goaltending MC Andre Brathwaite (W, 1-0-0) BSU Matt Climie (L, 1-1-0) empty net

BSU SCSU

12:21 SCSU 1-5 SH

uMichael Olson (1) (Dey, Lasch)

1 6

BSU Orlando Alamano (L, 1-1-0) empty net SCSU Jase Weslosky (W, 2-2-0) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 8 0 1 12 0

2 7 0 2 19 0

3 12 0 3 8 0

Tot 27 0 Tot 39 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Moggach Pope Francis 3F Jarvis Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D MacIntyre Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 58:40 2 1:20 0 Min GA 59:40 1 00:20 0

1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Despite a tremendous performance by Bemidji State University defensively, the team’s struggles to score continue as the Beavers out shot St. Cloud State University 40-29 in a 2-1 loss to the Huskies front end of a two-game non-conference set at the National Hockey Cente. The Beavers blocked 22 SCSU shots and Orlando Alamano saved 27 of 29 shots faced including a pair of superb SCSU shorthanded scoring opportunities. But, despite multiple chances on the St. Cloud State doorstep, the Beavers managed only one goal as the SCSU goaltender, Jase Wesloski, made 39 saves to single-handedly keep SCSU in the game and earn a victory. The Beavers looked to have taken a lead during the 15th minute of the period when Matt Pope scored a one-timer in front of the net. But further review of the goal showed that Pope kicked the puck into the net and the goal was disallowed. The Huskies also had their chances in the first. SCSU had four quality scoring opportunities, the best of which came a man short. The SCSU defense came up with the puck and Nate Dey took a long pass up the ice off the boards and looked to have Alamano on his back, but goalie swept the puck off the line to stop the short-handed opportunity and keep the Huskies out of the scoring column. Garret Roe broke the 0-0 deadlock with a shot from the top of the left circle with just over nine minutes to play in the second. Tyler Scofield evened the score at 1-1 seven minutes later when he stepped between a pair of SCSU defenders to steal a pass and fliped the puck over the Huskies’ goaltender for an unassisted goal. Entering the second intermission, the game seemed to be in the hands of the Beavers despite the 1-1 score. BSU was out shooting SCSU at a two-to-one clip (32-16) and had 17 quality scoring chances to the Huskies nine. But the Huskies would come out of the break and change their own fortunes. SCSU shrunk the shot differential by out shooting the Beavers 12-3 eventually leading to the game-winning goal. Michael Olson took a pass from Dey and Ryan Lasch and fired and a wrist shot between the pads of Alamano to put the Huskies ahead for good. With 1:26 left on the clock, BSU head coach Tom Serratore called a time out to rally his team and attempt to formulate a strategy to take the Huskies to overtime, but in the end the Beavers came up short dropping their third straight game by a single goal, 2-1.

5:15 SCSU 1-6 6x5 PP Garrett Roe (5) (Nodl, Raboin) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal BSU SCSU

1 9 10

2 16 11

Penalties & Power Plays BSU SCSU

Pen 8 3

Min 16 6

3 11 9

F 36 30

SHG PPG/O 0 1-for-3 0 4-for-8

Pct. .333 .500

Goaltending BSU Matt Dalton (L, 0-2-0) Matt Climie SCSU Dan Dunn (W, 1-0-0)

Bemidji State Lines

1 6 0 1 8

2 0 10 2 16

3 0 8 3 11

Tot 6 18 Tot 35

1F Scofield Winter Francis 2F Moggach Pope Read 3F Jarvis Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D McManamin Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 20:00 4 40:00 2 Min GA 60:00 1

0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Special teams play and stellar goaltending made the difference carrying the St. Cloud State men’s ice hockey team to victory over Bemidji State at National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn. The Huskies totaled four power-play goals--with three coming in the first period--and a short-handed tally in the second while freshman goaltender Dan Dunn stopped 35 BSU shots for his first win of his career. A Cody Bostock power-play marker was all that BSU could manage despite out shooting thier oppoent for the fourth straight game (36-30). SCSU got the scoring started 30-seconds into its first power-play opportunity of the night. Garrett Roe and Garrett Raboin found Ryan Lasch for a goal during the eight minute. The talley was just a sign of things to come as the Huskies would capitalize on four of eight power-play chances and Roe would earn the first star of the game by netting two goals and an assist. Less than 30-seoncds later, Matt Francis was whistled for one of BSU’s nine penalties and it would take SCSU’s Roe just 79-seconds to find the net with the eventual game-winner. Bostock added a power-play goal, at the 11:51 mark as Matt Read and Tyler Scofield found the open defender who fired a laser past Dunn to cut the deficit in half, 2-1. The Huskies took a 4-1 lead in the locker rooms for the first intermission after Nate Dey notched SCSU’s only even-strength scoring play of the night. Bemidji State made a change in net for the second period sending senior goalie Matt Climie to the crease in relief of the freshman Matt Dalton. Climie made 10 saves in the stanza and helped to successfully kill a pair of SCSU power-play chances, but the Huskies would go up 5-1 before the frame expired. SCSU added another power-play marker during the sixth minute of the third period to push the score to the final 6-1. Dalton made six saves during his stint but allowed four goals to slide to 0-2-0 on the season. In relief, Climie managed 18 saves with two goals allowed playing the game’s final 40 minutes. The loss is the 13th straight to St. Cloud State and the eighth in as many tries for BSU at the National Hockey Center. SCSU improves to 35-42-3 in the all-time series dating back to the 1948 season.

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 7

(rv) Niagara Bemidji State

3 2

Nov. 2, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,076) / Bemidji, Minn. 2-5-0 / 0-1-0 CHA / 2:18 1 2 3 F 0 1 2 NU 3 0 1 1 BSU 2

First Period

Blaine Jarvis (3) (Moggach, Peluso) Egor Mironov (5) (Rocco, Haczyk)

5:26 NU 1-2 6x6 Ryan Annesley (1) (Foster) 9:44 NU 1-3 5x6 SH uBryan Haczyk (1) (Rocco) 10:50 BSU 2-3 6x6 John Vadnais (1) (Francis) u game-winning goal

1 4 12

2 7 10

Penalties & Power Plays Min 6 6

3 7 14 SHG 1 0

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending NU Juliano Pagliero (W, 4-1-0) BSU Orlando Alamano (L, 1-2-0) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 12 1 4 0

2 9 2 6 0

3 13 3 5 0

Tot 34 Tot 15 0

1F Read Winter Francis 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Billberg 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D MacIntyre Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Matt Pope (3) (Moggach, Bluhm)

Min GA 60:00 2 Min GA 58:48 3 1:12 0

0-1=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. — No. 18 Niagara University extended its unbeaten streak versus Bemidji State University to five games using a third-period, short-handed goal to hold off the Beavers and gain a 3-2 victory in the College Hockey America opener for both teams. After playing to a 1-1 tie to finish the second period, the Purple Eagles posted a pair of goals during the first 10 minutes of the final stanza to make the difference in the contest and claim two points in a race to defend their CHA championship. The Beavers came out of the gates strong to dominate the first period and held a 12-4 advantage on shots on goal but failed to score despite creating several quality scoring opportunities. Between the strong BSU offensive attack and the play of its defenders, BSU’s goaltender Orlando Alamano didn’t face a shot on net during the first 12:21 of play. Entering period two locked in a scoreless tie, it was the Beavers that first lit the scoreboard when Blaine Jarvis scored his team-leading third goal of the season, dragging the puck across the slot and sliding it just under the open glove hand of the Niagara goaltender. Sophomore Joey Moggach and second-year defender Chris Peluso each recorded their first assists of the season to help put BSU up 1-0. But before the time would expire on the period, Niagara’s Egor Mironov would net the equalizer with help from Vince Rocco and Bryan Hacyk to send the teams to the locker rooms with the score knotted at 1-1. Niagara broke the tie just 5:26 seconds into the final stanza when Trevor Foster came out of traffic in the corner to feed Ryan Annesley on top of the right face off circle for a slap shot that beat Alamano. During the tenth minute NU would build a two-goal lead, 3-1, short a man. With 8:16 on the clock, Tylor Simpson was whistled for tripping a BSU player in front of the Niagara net to give the Beavers their third power-play chance of the evening. One-minute, 28-seconds into the BSU man advantage, Rocco would come up with the puck and feed Haczyk to finish the 2-on-1 short-handed play. Sophomore John Vadnais reeled NU to withing a goal, 3-2, with 9:10 to play but that is as close as the Beavers would get. Alamano made 15 saves in the loss. Niagara’s Pagliero finished with 34 saves in the Purple Eagle win.

1 8 15

2 12 11

Penalties & Power Plays NU BSU

Pen 4 5

Game 9

Bemijdi State Ala.-Huntsville

Min 8 10

3 11 5

F 31 31

First Period none

Second Period

2:27 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP uTravis Winter (3) (Marino, Read)

Third Period

3:34 BSU 2-0 6x6 u game-winning goal

Matt Francis (1) (Deterding, Winter)

PPG/O 0-for-3 0-for-2

Pct. .000 .000

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 15

2 24 11

BSU UAH

Pen 8 5

Min 16 10

3 7 10

F 38 36

SHG PPG/O 0 1-for-3 0 0-for-6

Pct. .333 .000

Goaltending

Goaltending NU Adam Avramenko (L, 1-1-0) BSU Matt Climie (W, 2-1-0) empty net

BSU UAH

Penalties & Power Plays SHG 0 0

2 0

Nov. 9, 2007 / Von Braun Center (3,167) / Huntsville, Ala. 4-5-0 / 2-1-0 CHA / 2:15 1 2 3 F 0 1 1 BSU 2 0 0 0 UAH 0

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

F 18 36 PPG/O 0-for-3 0-for-3

Blaine Jarvis (4) (Moggach, Vadnais)

Third Period

NU BSU

Shots on Goal

44

6:49 BSU 2-0 6x6

8:02 BSU 3-0 6x6 u game-winning goal

Third Period

Pen 3 3

uMatt Pope (2) (Moggach, Jarvis)

Second Period

7:19 BSU 1-0 6x6 17:21 NU 1-1 6x6

0 3

Nov. 3, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,073) / Bemidji, Minn. 3-5-0 / 1-1-0 CHA / 2:12 1 2 3 F 0 0 0 NU 0 1 1 1 BSU 3 10:45 BSU 1-0 6x6

Second Period

NU BSU

(rv)Niagara Bemidji State

First Period

none

NU BSU

Game 8

1 14 1 8 0

2 10 2 12 0

3 4 3 11 0

Tot 28 Tot 31 0

1F Read Winter Francis 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lowe Ruff 1D Bostock Vadnais 2D Peluso Deterding 3D MacIntyre McManamin sbold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 3 Min GA 59:51 0 00:09 0

0-0=0 pts 3-4=7 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 3-6=9 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. — The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team got multiple-point efforts from three players while senior goaltender Matt Climie stopped 31 shots en route to his eighth career shutout as the Beavers salvaged a series split with No. 18 Niagara, 3-0, at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. The victory, BSU’s first since Oct. 13th, ended the Beavers’ longest losing skid since they lost five straight in the final month of the 2002-03 campaign, snapped a five-game winless streak versus the Purple Eagles dating back to Oct. 27th of last season and a put to rest a strand of three straight losses at the Glas. In a first period of play dominated by the Beavers, senior center Matt Pope got the Beavers on the board during the 11th minute. Blaine Jarvis drug the puck into the zone and centered it to the slot. Joey Moggach took a swipe at the puck sliding it across the front of the net to Pope, who was on the left door step. Pope put a shot on goal that was blocked by the Niagara goaltender, but the rebound bounced right back to the senior who found the back of the net for the eventual game-winner and the first of his two goals on the night. BSU skated into the first intermission up 1-0 having out shot the visiting Purple Eagles 15-8 during the first 20 minutes. In a cleanly played second stanza during which the penalty box doors were never opened, the Beavers added to their lead 6:49 in when Jarvis scored his team-leading fourth goal of the season. Climie turned away all 12 NU shots to give the Beavers a 2-0 cushion heading into the final period. Bemidji State was out shot 11-5 in the third, but the Beavers made good on one of those shots as Pope recorded his second career multi-goal game beating the NU goaltender with just under 12 minutes to play. Senior forward Jake Bluhm and Moggach were credited with assists on the play. Moggach finished the night having a hand in each of the Beavers’ three goals marking a new career-high for the sophomore. In the shut out, Climie turned away 12 NU shots in the first, 11 during the second and five in the final 20 minutes of play. He improved to 2-1-0 on the season working 59:51 between the pipes and holding he Purple Eagles without a goal for the first time since Robert Morris blanked NU January 29, 2005. In addition to Climie’s’ solid defensive effort, the Beavers blocked 20 Niagara shot attempts and the BSU penalty kill held the NU in the check for the second consecutive night stymieing all three opportunities.

BSU Matt Climie (W, 3-1-0) UAH Blake MacNicol (L, 1-3-0) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 15 1 7 0

2 11 2 23 0

3 10 3 6 0

Tot 36 Tot 36 0

1F Francis Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Lowe 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D Weselowski McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 0 Min GA 59:41 2 00:19 0

2-2=4 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-4=6 pts

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Bemidji State University goaltender Matt Climie stopped 36 University of Alabama-Huntsville shots en rout to his second consecutive and ninth career shutout at the Von Braun Arena in Huntsville Alabama. The senior’s flawless performance gave the Beavers their second win in as many contests in a rare, Friday evening, College Hockey America victory at Alabama-Huntsville. Climie turned away 15 shots during the first 20 minutes, 11 in the second and 10 in the third in a 60-minute blanking of the Chargers. Climie joined BSU greats Blaine Comstock (1967-71) and Jim Scanlan (1978-82), who sit atop the BSU all-time shutouts list with nine goose eggs apiece. It took some time for the Beavers to shake their travel legs as UAH opened the game with more spark than BSU. The Chargers out shot Bemidji State 15-7 during the first 20 minutes but the BSU goaltender would get the Beavers into the first intermission with the score tied 0-0. Travis Winter would get BSU on the board just 2:36 into the second stanza when he got help from Brandon Marino and Matt Read to beat the UAH goalie for the first BSU power-play marker in three games and just the third tally on the man advantage this season. The goal would stand as the game-winner. Entering the third period with a one-goal advantage, Matt Francis added his first goal as a Beaver for good measure during the fourth minute of the third period. Captains David Deterding and Winter would be credited with assist on the play. Winter’s 1-1=2 points in the game stands as the 10th multi-point contest of his career. The Beavers fired 24 shots on goal during the second period, just four shots shy of a BSU school mark set versus Lake Forest in 1994, to assist the team in pulling ahead of the Chargers in the shots on goal category. BSU has not been out shot in a single game this season. Bemidji State finished the contest 1-for-3 on the power-play while it held UAH scoreless on six power-play opportunities--marking the third consecutive game in which BSU has kept is opposing powerplays silent. The Beavers improve to 20-26-2 all-time versus UAH and are now 6-17-1 when facing the Charges on their home ice. BSU has won eight of its last 10 meetings with Alabama-Huntsville.

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 10

Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville

3 3

Nov. 9, 2007 / Von Braun Center (1,487) / Huntsville, Ala. 4-5-1 / 2-1-1 CHA / 2:26 1 2 3 OT F 1 2 0 0 BSU 3 2 1 0 0 UAH 3

Game 11 Bemijdi State Wayne State

3 1

Nov. 16, 2007 / Michigan State Fairgrounds (237) / Detroit, Mich. 5-5-1 / 3-1-1 CHA / 2:12 1 2 3 F 2 0 1 BSU 3 1 0 0 WSU 1

Game 12 Bemidji State Wayne State

Nov. 17, 2007 / Michigan State Fairgrounds (225) / Detroit, Mich. 5-6-1 / 3-2-1 CHA / 2:15 1 2 3 F 1 1 0 BSU 2 2 2 1 WSU 5

First Period

First Period

First Period

Second Period

Second Period

Second Period

6:26 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Chris Peluso (1) (McManamin, Moggach) 14:32 UAH 1-1 6x5 PP Joe Federoff (1) (Kalinchuk, Roshko) 16:01 UAH 1-2 6x5 PP Matt Sweazey (1) (Barker, Kalinchuk)

7:02 BSU 2-2 6x6 Travis Winter (1) (Read, Cramer) 7:26 UAH 2-3 5x6 SH Matt Sweazey (2) (Federoff, Nicoletti) 15:47 BSU 3-3 6x6 uChris McKelvie (1) (Lehrke)

1:27 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Matt Pope (4) (Moggach, McManamin) 14:51 WSU 1-1 6x6 Tyler Ruel (1) (Inglis, Krug) 19:39 BSU 2-1 6x6 uCody Bostock (1) (Read, Winter)

none

Third Period

Matt Read (1) (unassisted)

Third Period

19:37 WSU 2-5 EN u game-winning goal

none

Shots on Goal

Overtime

none u game-tying goal

BSU WSU

BSU UAH

1 9 2

2 7 1

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UAH

Pen 12 6

1 12 8

2 4 4

Penalties & Power Plays

Shots on Goal

Min 32 12

3 6 0

OT 2 0

F 24 24

SHG 0 1

PPG/O 1-for-4 2-for-7

Pct. .250 .222

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (T, 3-1-1) UAH Blake MacNicol (T, 1-3-1)

Bemidji State Lines

1 10 1 8

2 5 2 5

3 6 3 6

ot 0 ot 2

Tot 21 Tot 21

1F Francis Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Bluhm Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Billberg 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D Weselowski McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 65:00 3 Min GA 65:00 3

1-1=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 3-5=8 pts

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - On a night in which special teams were major contributors for both teams, it was an even-strength goal by sophomore Chris McKelvie late in the third period that would get the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to overtime and out of Huntsville, Alabama with three points after a 3-0 victory Friday and a 3-3 tie in the first series of the season versus University of Alabama-Huntsville. Of the six goals that were recorded in the contest, three came on the power-play, one was a short-handed and two came with the teams playing five-on-five hockey. Special teams scoring should have seemed a bit foreign to the Beavers as they went into the game ridding a streak of more than 134 minutes without allowing a power-play goal and Chris Peluso netted the first BSU goal on the man advantage, and the first of his career, on a bullet through traffic with 6:26 gone in the first period. Eight minutes and six seconds later, the Chargers evened the score, at 1-1, just 21-seconds into a 5-on-3 situation. UAH would add another power-play tally before Travis Winter could escape from the box to take a 2-1 lead into the first intermission. UAH gave the Beavers their second power-play opportunity of the game at the 5:01 mark when Tyler Hilbert was be whistled for interference. Winter netted his fourth goal of the season before Hilbert could return to play to even the score, 2-2. On the scoring play, UAH’s Brandon Roshko was sent to the box for hooking to put BSU up a man again, but it was the Chargers’ special teams that would come up big as Matt Sweazey posted his second goal of the game finding Matt Climie’s five-hole. Before time would run out on the second stanza, McKelvie would knot the score at 3-3. The sophomore pushed a rebound past the UAH goalie. A scoreless third period would force the teams to decide the game in extra time marking the first overtime contest of the season for either team. Both BSU and UAH would have one power-play chance in the extra session and Bemidji State managed to out shoot the Chargers 2-0, but neither team would find the back of the net settling for the 3-3 tie.

BSU WSU

Pen 7 5

3:44 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Matt Read (2) (Marino, Bostock) 10:27 WSU 1-1 6x5 PP Jon Grabarek (3) (Caister, Forgie) 16:44 WSU 1-2 6x6 Jon Grabarek (4) (Michel, Forgie)

3:39 WSU 1-3 6x5 PP uMatt Krug (1) (Forgie, Michel) 15:24 BSU 2-3 6x5 PP Joey Moggach (1) (Scofield, Pope) 18:07 WSU 2-4 6x6 Jared Katz (2) (Punches, Paskaris)

5:47 BSU 3-1 6x6 u game-winning goal

Third Period

2 5

Min 14 10

3 7 7

F 23 19

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 1-for-4 0-for-6

Pct. .250 .000

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (W, 4-1-1) WSU Kyle Funkenhauser (L, 1-7-1) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 1 10 0

2 4 2 4 0

3 7 3 6 0

Tot 18 Tot 20 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Francis Marino Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm 1D Bostock Vadnais 2D Peluso Deterding 3D Weselowski McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 1 Min GA 59:05 3 00:55 3

1-2=3 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 3-4=7 pts

DETROIT - Bemidji State University rookie Matt Read helped generate the Beaver’s first period game-winning goal and scored his first collegiate marker during the final 20 minutes as the Beaver men’s hockey team skated to a 3-1 victory over Wayne State University at the Michigan State Fairground Coliseum. Matt Pope got the Beavers on the board just 93 seconds into the contest as BSU made good on its first power-play opportunity. Graham McManamin and Joey Moggach were credited with assists on the play. The Beavers’ fifth power-play goal of 2007-08 moved Pope into a tie with Travis Winter and Blaine Jarvis for the team lead with four while recording his sixth assist on the play, Moggach now leads the team and the league in assist scoring. The Warriors evened the score during the 15th minute. Tyler Ruel netted the first goal of his career on a play involving Jordan Inglis and Matt Krug. Read assisted the Beavers to move back into the lead in the final minutes of the first stanza. He would find the puck on the red line and skate it into the zone finding Winter who got the puck to the stick if Cody Bostock for a one-timer in the slot. Bostock’s first goal of the season would stand as the game winner as the defender and his teammates would hold the Warriors without a goal and to just 10 shots on goal during the final two periods of play. After a scoreless second period, Read would take out an insurance policy on the BSU win picking off a misplayed puck, skating it into the zone and making good on a one-on-one situation with the goaltender. Matt Climie made 18 saves in 60 minutes of play allowing just the first period tally to move to 4-1-1 on the season and remain unbeaten in league play (3-0-1). On the other end of the ice, the WSU goalie Kyle Funkenhauser fell to 1-4-1 overall turning away 20 shots, including 10 during the first period, and allowing three goals in 58:40 between the pipes. The Beavers were 1-for-4 on the power play. After struggling to generate scoring on the man advantage, the Beavers have now netted a power-play goal in each of their last three games going 3-for-11 during those contest (.273). Meanwhile, the BSU penalty kill continued to roll. Shutting the Warriors out on six opportunities.

Darek Punches (2) (Michel, Paskaris)

Shots on Goal BSU WSU

1 11 7

2 10 10

Penalties & Power Plays BSU WSU

Pen 8 4

Min 27 8

3 10 4

F 31 21

SHG PPG/O 0 2-for-4 0 2-for-7

Pct. .500 .286

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (L, 4-2-1) empty net WSU Brett Bothwell (W, 1-3-1) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 5 0 1 10 0

2 8 0 2 9 0

3 3 0 3 10 0

Tot 16 0 Tot 29 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Francis Marino Cramer 4F Lowe Lehrke Bluhm 1D Bostock Vadnais 2D Peluso Deterding 3D Weselowski McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 57:56 4 2:04 1 Min GA 59:58 2 00:02 0

1-1=2 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-4=6 pts

DETROIT - The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team saw its four-game College Hockey America unbeaten streak come to an end as Wayne State University handed the Beavers a 5-2 loss at the Michigan State Fairground Coliseum. Bemidji State struck first, but three Warrior goals during a 12:12 stretch to end the first period and begin the second, would put the Beavers in a hole from which they were not able to dig their way out. Although BSU cut the deficit to a goal, 3-2, with 4:36 to play in the second stanza, the Warriors responded with their second power-play goal of the night to regain their two-goal cushion and preserve the win. WSU added an empty-net goal in the game’s final minute to take the game, 5-2, and garner a series split. BSU freshman Matt Read scored his second goal in as many nights to get the Beavers on the board just 3:44 into the contest. The goal on the man advantage extended BSU current special teams scoring streak to four games. The Beavers were 5-for-15 (.333) during that span. Bemidji State would see WSU’s Jon Grabarek even the score less than seven minutes later (10:27) on the Warriors’ first chance up a man. He gave WSU its first lead in the series during the 17th minute propelling the Warriors to the first intermission clinging to a 2-1 lead. As the second stanza got underway, Matt Krug netted his first tally of the campaign to put the hosts up 3-1. Joey Moggach helped BSU close in on the Warriors netting his first goal of 2007-08 with a one-timer from Tyler Scofield and Matt Pope. The goal helped Moggach match Read and Pope for BSU’s scoring lead with seven points (1-6=7). The goal came at the 15:36 mark of the second period as the Beavers were in the midst of their second power play of the evening. Less than three minutes later (18:07), WSU’s Jared Katz dashed Bemidji State’s comeback effort netting an even-strength goal. BSU’s goaltender Matt Climie stopped 16 WSU shots and allowed four goals in 57:33 between the pipes. The senior saw his own fourgame unbeaten streak come to an end falling to 4-2-1 on the season. With the Wayne State men’s hockey program dissolving at the 2007-08 season, the affair closed the books on the Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum for the Beavers.

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 13 Bemidji State (rv) Niagara

5 1

Nov. 30, 2007 / Dwyer Arena (1,046) / Niagara, N.Y. 6-6-1 / 4-2-1 CHA / 2:05 1 2 3 F 2 1 2 BSU 5 0 1 0 NU 1

Game 14 Bemijdi State (rv) Niagara

BSU NU

Dec. 1, 2007 / Dwyer Arena (910) / Niagara, N.Y. 6-6-2 / 4-2-2 CHA / 2:25 1 2 3 OT F 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 2

First Period

First Period

Second Period

Second Period

1:31 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Tyler Scofield (2) (unassisted) 3:12 BSU 2-0 6x6 uCody Bostock (Winter)

6:14 BSU 1-0 SH 19:33 BSU 2-0 6x6

15:18 BSU 3-0 SH Matt Pope (5) (Jarvis, Bostock) 15:48 NU 3-1 6x5 PP Vince Rocco (4) (Moran, Caruana)

2:04 NU 2-1 6x6

Third Period

18:36 NU 2-2 6x6

1:04 BSU 4-1 6x6 16:05 BSU 5-1 6x6 u game-winning goal

Blaine Jarvis (5) (Moggach) Tyler Scofield (3) (Lowe, Vadnais)

BSU NU

1 4 7

2 12 11

Penalties & Power Plays BSU NU

Pen 7 5

Min 14 21

3 5 13 SHG 1 0

F 21 31 PPG/O 1-for-2 1-for-4

Pct. .500 .250

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (W, 5-2-1) empty net NU Juliano Pagliero (L, 6-3-0)

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 0 1 9

2 10 0 2 10

3 13 0 3 10

Tot 30 0 Tot 29

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Francis Lowe Cramer 4F McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D Weselowski McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 59:55 1 00:05 0 Min GA 60:00 5

2-1=3 pts 2-2=4 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-6=11 pts

NIAGARA, N.Y - Although it had been nearly eight months since Niagara University had been defeated on their home ice, the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team left little doubt, decisively snapping the streak with a 5-1 victory in College Hockey America play. Beaver special teams shown brightly as BSU stopped Niagara’s home unbeaten streak at 22 games--the fifth longest streak in NCAA Division men’s hockey history. The specialty unit extended its streak of contests with a power-play goal to five while on the penalty kill, the Beavers accounted for a short-handed goal and snuffed out three of NU’s four chances on the man advantage. BSU jumped out to an early lead taking advantage of its first two chances on the man advantage. Just 91 seconds into the game, Tyler Scofield netted the first of his game-high two goals. Less than two minutes later (3:31), Cody Bostock gave the Beavers a two-goal cushion, netting his third goal of the season on the power-play tally. The score would remain 2-0 through the first intermission and well into the second period, but when BSU captain David Deterding was whistled for hooking a the 15:01 mark, it set the Purple Eagles up for their third power-play of the contest. But it was BSU that capitalized on the opportunity as Matt Pope potted the Beavers’ first short-handed goal of the season. Bostock was sent to the penalty box for interference with with 4:27 on the clock supplying the Purple Eagles with a three-on-five advantage for 1:26 and NU would find the net. Rocco Vince scored the goal with help from Chris Moran and Matt Caruana to propel the hosts into the second intermission trailing BSU 3-1. The Beavers squashed any momentum NU had going into the break coming out in the third to regain their three-goal advantage just 1:04 into the stanza. Jarvis scored the goal on a pass from Joey Moggach. Scofield added another goal during the 16th minute to seal the victory for BSU. Ian Lowe and John Vadnais assisted on the play. Matt Climie was again superb between the pipes for BSU. The senior turned away 30 of 31 NU shots in 59:55 on the ice. He improved to 5-2-1 on the season with the win and is now 7-1-2 in 11 starts versus the Purple Eagles. As with every other game this season, win or lose, the Beavers out shot their opponent, 34-31. BSU now holds a 410-315 (+95) advantage in shots through 13 games.

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Matt Read (3) (unassisted) Riley Weselowski (1) (Scofield, Winter)

17:31 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Jarvis Blaine (6) (Pope, Peluso)

Kevin Morrison (2) (Murray, Kalinchuk)

Third Period uMatt Carunna (8) (Cook, Langdon)

uMatt Carunna (8) (Cook, Langdon)

Shots on Goal 1 7 1

2 10 13

Penalties & Power Plays Pen 11 7

First Period

1:44 UAH 1-1 6x6

Overtime

BSU NU

1 4

Dec. 7, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,219) / Bemidji, Minn. 7-6-2 / 5-2-2 CHA / 2:06 1 2 3 F 0 1 0 UAH 1 1 0 3 BSU 4

Second Period

Third Period

BSU NU

Ala.-Huntsville Bemidji State

Chris Moran (4) (Annesley, Cook)

18:36 NU 2-2 6x6 u game-tying goal

Shots on Goal

2 2

Game 15

Min 22 14

3 12 7

OT 1 4

SHG 1 0

PPG/O 0-for-4 0-for-9

F 30 25 Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (T, 5-2-2) NU Juliano Pagliero (T, 6-3-1)

Bemidji State Lines

1 1 1 5

2 12 2 10

3 6 3 12

ot 4 ot 1

Tot 23 Tot 28

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Francis Lowe Billberg 4F McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D McManamin Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 65:00 2 Min GA 65:00 2

1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 2-2=4 pts

NIAGARA, N.Y - The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team earned a 2-2 tie with College Hockey America foe No. 17/19 Niagara University at Dwyer Arena in Niagara, N.Y. in a well-played, pure hockey game. The Beavers rode the strength of their penalty kill and a hot goaltender through regulation and overtime to earn the tie and skated out of Niagara with three crucial points in the league standings. The Beavers scored first and held the lead for 52:12 minutes, but when Matt Caruana fired the puck past Matt Climie to knot the game at 2-2, Bemidji State hunkered down and managed to salvage the tie. Matt Read got the Beavers on the board during the seventh minute of play netting his third goal of the season with BSU down a man. The unassisted goal marked the second consecutive night BSU had recorded a short-handed goal after playing the first 12 games of the season without one. Riley Weselowski put BSU up 2-0 in the final seconds of the first period when he converted a one-timer from the slot. The goal was the first of the season for Weselowski putting an end to a personal 17game scoreless streak for the defenseman. With four points on the weekend, including a Cody Bostock game-winner in the opening game of the series, the BSU defense has accounted for 6-10=16 points on the season extending its streak of consecutive games with at least one point to 11 games. Niagara would come back in the second out shooting the Beavers 13 to 10 with one of those shots sneaking past Climie to cut the NU deficit to one, 2-1. BSU would hold off the aggressive NU attack for the remainder of the second, stymieing three Purple Eagle power-play opportunities to get to the second intermission clinging to a 2-1 lead. That advantage would hold up until Caruana connected with the back of the net during the 19th minute of the third period. BSU was out shot in the five-minute overtime period, 4-1, but the teams failed to score settling for a tie. Climie gave up a goal during the second period and the game-tying goal with 1:26 remaining in regulation, but turned away 23 Niagara shots in 65:00 minutes of play. Bemidji State improved to 13-17-8 versus Niagara since the series began in 1999.

4:26 BSU 2-1 6x6 uTyler Scofield (4) (Winter, McManamin) 7:48 BSU 3-1 6x5 PP Matt Read (4) (Winter, McManamin) 18:36 BSU 4-1 6x6 Tyler Scofield (5) (Read) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal UAH BSU

1 3 6

2 2 8

Penalties & Power Plays UAH BSU

Pen 6 6

Min 12 12

3 3 15

F 8 29

SHG PPG/O 0 0-for-4 0 2-for-4

Pct. .000 .500

Goaltending UAH Cameron Talbot (L, 1-5-0) BSU Matt Climie (W, 6-2-2) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 5 1 3 0

2 8 2 1 0

3 12 3 3 0

Tot 25 Tot 7 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Francis Lowe Billberg 4F McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm 1D Peluso Deterding 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D McManamin Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 4 Min GA 59:57 1 00:03 0

3-3=6 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 4-7=11 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Two goals from Tyler Scofield and a strong defensive effort powered the Beavers to a 4-1 College Hockey America victory over long-time rival Alabama-Huntsville. Beaver defenders blocked eight shots in the contests and the squad never really let the UAH get comfortable in the zone. After netting a goal 1:44 into the second period to tie the game at 1-1, UAH recorded just four shots on goal during the remaining 38:16. In all UAH recorded eight shots on goal. The total equals a school mark for fewest shots allowed in a contest matching a mark set Jan. 14, 2005 versus Robert Morris University. A lethargic first period of hockey that saw just nine total shots on goal and play whistled dead for three penalties less than 45 seconds into the game, was capped with a BSU power-play marker by Blaine Jarvis at the 17:31 mark. With less than ten seconds to go on the Beavers’ second power play of the game, Jarvis came from behind the net to stuff his team-leading sixth goal of the season past the UAH goaltender. The Chargers evened the score 1:44 into the second period on a Kevin Morrison even-strength goal. But the tempo of the game would change as the third period got underway. The Beavers claimed the ice as their own and dominated the final stanza out shooting UAH 15-2 and netting a trio of goals. Scofield got things started 4:26 in tallying his fourth goal of the season to extend his scoring streak to four games. Graham McManamin was credited with his third assist of the season when dug the puck out of the corner and fed Travis Winter for the eventual game-winner. At the 7:48 mark of the period, Winter and McManamin would again team up to find Matt Read who converted a tough angle into his fourth marker of the season. The goal extended his lead in the CHA rookie scoring race to five points and solidified himself as the top scorer in all of league play increasing his season totals in CHA play to 4-4=8 points in the 19th minute of the third when he feed Scofield for the Beavers forth goal of the night. The junior also continued his own trend of playing well versus the Chargers. In 11 career games versus UAH, Scofield now has 7-6-=13 points--that is nearly one-quarter (.240) of his career points accounted for in just 11 games. BSU goaltender Matt Climie was called upon to face just eight shots in the contest allowing only the UAH second period goal. He equalled a career-low seven saves in the decision matching a Jan. 14, 2005 win over Robert Morris.

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 17

Game 16

Ala.-Huntsville Bemidji State

Dec. 8, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,284) / Bemidji, Minn. 8-6-2 / 6-2-2 CHA / 2:05 1 2 3 F 0 0 0 UAH 0 0 1 1 BSU 2

First Period

4:46 MSU 0-1 6x6 10:37 MSU 0-2 6x6

Second Period

10:57 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP uTravis Winter (5) (Francis, Read)

Third Period

19:14 BSU 2-0 EN u game-winning goal

Chris McKelvie (2) (Francis, Lehrke)

1 6 11

2 3 15

Penalties & Power Plays UAH BSU

Pen 6 8

Mick Berge (9) (unassisted) Trevor Bruess (3) (Hanson, Mouillierat)

Min 12 16

3 3 12 SHG 0 0

F 12 38 PPG/O 0-for-7 1-for-4

Pct. .000 .250

1:23 BSU 1-2 6x6 2:25 MSU 1-3 6x6 3:04 MSU 1-4 6x6

Tyler Scofield (6) (McManamin, Read) Brian Kilburg (2) (Wiley, Gaulrapp) uJames Gaulrapp (2) (Wiley, Davis)

Goaltending UAH Blake MacNicol (L, 1-4-1) empty net BSU Matt Climie (W, 7-2-2) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 11 0 1 6 0

2 14 0 2 3 0

3 11 0 3 3 0

Tot 36 0 Tot 12 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Francis Ruff Billberg 4F McKelvie Lehrke Cramer 1D Bostock Deterding 2D Peluso Hardwick 3D McManamin Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 59:49 1 00:11 1 Min GA 59:54 0 00:06 0

1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-4=6 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Bemidji State University goaltender Matt Climie may have faced just 12 shots, but a shutout is a shutout and Climie’s 12 saves helped the Beavers garner a 2-0 victory over University of Alabama-Huntsville to compete their first College Hockey America series sweep of the season. The blanking of the UAH also helped the senior solidify himself among some of the greatest to man the nets at Bemidji State as he surpassed both Jim Scanlan (1978-82) and Blane Comstock (1967-71) to sit alone atop the BSU career shutouts list with 10. In a defensive battle with the always physical Chargers, BSU prevailed riding the strength of its goaltending and special teams units. BSU not only eliminated seven Charger power-play opportunities, the team also took advantage of its own chances up a man netting a power-play goal midway through the second period that would stand as the game-winner. The selfless Beaver skaters did their share to keep UAH off the scoreboard. The Beavers sacrificed their bodies to block 13 shot attempts and killed off all seven of the Chargers’ power-play opportunities, including a brief 3-of-5, holding UAH to just three shots on the man advantage. The 0-for-7 put up by the BSU penalty kill unit extends its streak to 10 periods since it last allowed a power-play marker. Climie stretched his unbeaten streak four games with the victory recording 12 saves in 59:54 of work. Now 3-0-1 over his last four starts, Climie improved to 7-2-2 on the year and is 6-1-2 with a 1.31 goalsagainst average and .942 save percentage against CHA foes. Junior Travis Winter got BSU broke the 0-0 deadlock in the seocnd period pounding the shot home to extend his streak ofconsecutive games with a point to four games. Later in the second period, Matt Francis, who assisted on the Winter goal, was again in the mix of things when he was hauled down in the act of shooting on a break away. The junior made his best attempt at the rare penalty shot, but was unable to beat the Charger netminder. UAH would pull its goaltender during the final minute in an attempt to send the game to overtime, but Chris McKelvie took out an insurance policy on the win adding an empty-net goal with 46 seconds on the clock to put the Beavers ahead 2-0. The victory helps the Beavers to close the UAH advantage in the all-time series to 26-22-3 while the Beavers have dominated the series as of late posting a 10-1-2 record versus the Chargers since Mar. 3, 2006.

4:11 BSU 2-4 6x6 10:33 BSU 3-4 6x6 u game-winning goal

Matt Read (5) (Scofield, McManamin) Matt Pope (6) (Jarvis, Weselowski)

1 10 7

2 7 15

Penalties & Power Plays MSU BSU

Pen 6 4

1 0

Dec. 15, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,340) / Bemidji, Minn. 8-8-2 / 6-2-2 CHA / 2:13 1 2 3 F 0 0 1 MSU 1 0 0 0 BSU 0

First Period none

none

Third Period

7:27 MSU 1-0 6x5 PP uGeoff Irwin (3) (Hanson, Galiardi) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal MSU BSU

Shots on Goal MSU BSU

(rv) Minnesota State (rv) Bemidji State

Second Period

Second Period

Third Period

Shots on Goal

4 3

Dec. 14, 2007 / John Glas Fieldhouse (1,233) / Bemidji, Minn. 8-7-2 / 6-2-2 CHA / 2:16 1 2 3 F 2 2 0 MSU 4 0 1 2 BSU 3

First Period

none

UAH BSU

(rv) Minnesota State (rv) Bemidji State

0 2

Game 18

Min 12 8

3 4 12 SHG 0 0

F 21 34 PPG/O 0-for-4 0-for-6

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending MSU Mike Zacharias (W, 5-3-3) BSU Matt Climie (L, 7-3-2) Matt Dalton empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 1 8 0 0

2 14 2 2 3 0

3 10 3 0 4 0

Tot 31 Tot 10 7 0

1F Jarvis Pope Moggach 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Billberg Marino Francis 4F McKelvie Lehrke Cramer 1D Bostock Deterding 2D Peluso Hardwick 3D Weselowski Mcmanamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 3 Min GA 23:04 4 35:45 0 1:11 0

1-1=2 pts 2-2=4 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-3=3 pts 3-6=9 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Down 4-1 to Minnesota State University, Mankato after two periods of play, the Bemidji State University men’s hockey team scored a pair of goals during the first 10 minutes of the third period, but was unable to match the Mavericks before time ran out dropping the non-conference match up 4-3 at the John Glas Fieldhouse. The Beavers came out of the second intermission a different team dominating the final 20 minutes of play, but four early goals by MSU would prove to be too great a deficit for the Beavers. Mike Berge opened the scoring for MSU 4:46 in, taking the puck off the stick of a BSU defender just outside the crease and beating Matt Climie for an unassisted goal. The Mavericks built a 2-0 lead during the 11th minute when Joel Hanson shoveled the puck across the crease and onto the stick of Trevor Bruess forr the goal. It looked as though momentum was swinging in BSU direction as the second period got underway. Just 1:23 into the stanza, Tyler Scofield Scofield netted his sixth marker of 2007-08 flicking the puck over the shoulder of the MSU goaltender Mike Zacharias. But the Mavericks faught back tallying two even-strength goals in just 39 seconds to extend their lead to 4-1, silence the BSU crowd and end Climie’s night. Freshman goaltender Matt Dalton came off the bench for his third appearance of the season. The rookie made seven saves during the final 35:45 and kept the Beavers within striking distance by holding the Mavericks scoreless. The Beavers owned the third period. The team beat the visitors to the puck and had plenty of opportunities, out shooting MSU 12-4 during the final 20 minutes. Read reeled the Mavericks to within two goals, 4-2, at the 4:11 mark. Just over six minutes later Matt Pope one-timed his sixth goal of the season. The Beavers battled the rest of the period with an obvious spark but BSU would fail to capitalize falling for the first time since a 5-2 loss at Wayne State University, Nov. 17th.

1 7 11

2 11 7

Penalties & Power Plays MSU BSU

Pen 7 6

Min 14 12

3 10 4

F 28 22

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 1-for-2 0-for-6

Pct. .200 .000

Goaltending MSU Mike Zacharias (W, 6-3-3) BSU Orlando Alamano (L, 1-3-0) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 11 1 7 0

2 7 2 11 0

3 4 3 9 0

Tot 22 Tot 27 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Moggach 3F Billberg Ruff Francis 4F McKelvie Lehrke Cramer 1D Deterding Peluso 2D Bostock Vadnais 3D Weselowski McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 0 Min GA 58:34 1 01:26 0

0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Minnesota State University, Mankato netted a thirdperiod power-play goal to earn a 1-0 victory over the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team and complete the non-conference series sweep at the John Glas Fieldhouse. the MSU netminder Mike Zacharias was stellar in net setting aside all 22 of BSU shot attempts to earn his third shutout of the season. The teams used the first period to feel each other out. A total of 18 shots, 11 for BSU and seven for the Mavericks, were fired on net, with the Bemidji State defensive unit blocking nine shots. The Mavericks had the best scoring opportunity during the first stanza when Zach Harrison picked up a BSU turnover and skated into the zone with nothing other than Orlando Alamano between him and the net. Alamano met Harrison at the top of the crease, made the save and pushed the puck off to the left side of the net for one of his 22 saves in the contest. The second period was more of the same, but it was BSU this time that had the best opportunity to light the scoreboard. With 7:50 to go the period, the Beavers took a 3-on-2 into the Maverick zone. Matt Pope snapped a shot off the leg of the MSU goaltender. Joey Moggach cleaned up the rebound and neatly placed into the back of the net from just outside the right pipe. But while the celebration ensued, the officials gathered and the goal was disallowed citing Moggach for a kick in. The teams entered the third period locked at 0-0, but Geoff Irwin recorded the difference-maker with 7:27 on the clock. The power-play marker snapped a 15-period streak during which the BSU penalty kill unit has held opponents scoreless on the man advantage. Since the string began, the Beavers successfully squashed 19 consecutive power-play chances. One goal was all the Mavericks would need, thanks to Zacharias who played his second consecutive solid game in the net for MSU. The shutout of Bemidji State is the first since a 4-0 loss to University of Wisconsin, March 25, 2006 in the NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal game--the third longest streak of the sort at the school, spanning 50 games. With the victory, Minnesota State not only sweeps BSU at home for just the second time since the beginning of the 2001-02 campaign, it also closed the gap in an all-time series to 44-31-13.

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Game 19

Bemidji State (rv) Minnesota Duluth

3 5

Jan. 4, 2008 / DECC (5,294) / Duluth, Minn. 8-9-2 / 6-2-2 CHA / 2:10 1 2 3 1 2 0 1 2 2

BSU UMD

F 3 5

First Period

13:17 BSU 1-0 PP 6x5 Blaine Jarvis (7) (McManamin, Pope) 17:16 UMD 1-1 PP 6x5 MacGregor Sharp (4) (Meyers, Carroll)

BSU 2-1 UMD 2-2 UMD 2-3 BSU 3-3

PP 6x5 6x6 6x6 6x6

Third Period

6:00 UMD 3-4 6x6 18:23 UMD 3-5 6x6 u game-winning goal

Graham McManamin (1) (Peluso) Justin Fontain (2) (Carroll, Sharp) Cody Danberg (1) (Bordson, Schmidt) Matt Francis (2) (Lowe, Billberg)

uMichael Gergen (5) (Kemp, Fulton) Nick Kemp (6) (Gergen, Fulton)

1 9 13

2 14 7

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UMD

Pen 3 6

Min 6 23

3 6 10

F 29 30

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 2-for-6 1-for-3

Pct. .333 .333

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (L, 7-4-2) empty net UMD Alex Stalock (W, 7-6-4) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 12 0 1 8 0

2 5 0 2 12 0

3 8 0 3 6 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Billberg Lehrke Francis 4F McKelvie Lowe Cramer 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Deterding Hardwick 3D Peluso McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 25 0 Tot 22 0

Min GA 58:37 5 1:23 0 Min GA 59:55 3 00:05 0

0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 3-5=8 pts

DULUTH, Minn. - Two third period goals made the difference as the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team dropped the first half of a non-conference home-and-home series with the University of Minnesota Duluth at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center, 5-3. Despite scoring first, netting a pair of power-play goals and keeping pace with the Bulldogs through two periods of play, the team ran out of gas down the stretch and came up short for the first time in five meetings. Bemidji State capitalized on a five-minute major penalty to UMD’s Trent Palm netting the game’s first goal at the 13:17-minute mark. Despite failing to score on a 55-second, 5-on-3 opportunity, senior forward Blaine Jarvis broke the 0-0 tie on a pass from Graham McManamin and Matt Pope. The Bulldogs responded with a power-play goal of their own before the teams would skate off for the first intermission. Just 1:17 into the second period, Travis Gawryletz was whistled for a penalty and the Beavers again took advantage of the extra player. McManamin netted the first goal of his collegiate career, 42-seconds into the power-play. The Bulldogs again evened the score in the sixth minute of play. Justin Fontaine recorded the first goal of his career on assists from Andrew Carroll and Sharpe. The marker was followed by a go-ahead goal by Cody Danberg just 65-seconds later (6:26). A barrage of BSU shots resulted in the Beavers’ third goal of the night. After two rebounds, junior Matt Francis slipped the puck behind Alex Stalock from just outside the left post for his second goal of the season. Ian Lowe was credited with an assist along with Emil Billberg who recorded his first collegiate point on the play. Six minutes into the third stanza, UMD’s Jordan Fulton checked the Beavers off the puck and Michael Gergen picked up the loose puck and fired it over the left shoulder of Matt Climie to put UMD up for good. With 1:37 to go, the Bulldogs secured the win when Nick Kemp took a pas from Gergen and Fulton and beat the BSU goaltender giving the hosts a two-goal lead and the 5-3 victory

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0 2

Jan. 5, 2008 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (2,399) / Bemidji, Minn. 9-9-2 / 6-2-2 CHA / 2:24 1 2 3 F 0 0 0 UMD 0 0 0 2 BSU 2

Game 21

Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville

First Period

Second Period

Second Period

8:14 BSU 1-0 6x6

none

2:47 BSU 6x6 1-0 12:02 BSU 6x6 2-0 u game-winning goal

uBlaine Jarvis (8) (Pope, Marino) Emil Billberg (1) (Lehrke, Francis)

Shots on Goal 1 9 7

2 7 5

Penalties & Power Plays Pen 5 7

uCody Bostock (4) (Read, Winter)

2:13 BSU 2-0 6x6 Tyler Lehrke (1) (Francis) 6:31 BSU 3-0 6x5 PP Cody Bostock (5) (Marino, Read)

Third Period

UMD BSU

4 0

Jan. 11, 2008 / Von Braun Center (6,800) / Huntsville, Ala. 10-9-2 / 7-2-2 CHA / 2:15 1 2 3 F 1 2 1 BSU 4 0 0 0 UAH 0

First Period

UMD BSU

Shots on Goal BSU UMD

(rv) Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State

none

Second Period 1:59 5:21 6:26 11:32

Game 20

Min 10 14

3 9 7

F 25 19

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 0-for-7 0-for-5

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending UMD Alex Stalock (L, 7-7-4) empty net BSU Matt Dalton (W, 1-2-0)

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 0 1 9

2 5 0 2 7

3 5 0 3 9

Tot 17 0 Tot 25

Min GA 59:14 2 00:46 0 Min GA 60:00 0

Third Period

6:34 BSU 4-0 6x6 u game-winning goal

Chris McKelvie (3) (Deterding)

Shots on Goal BSU UAH

1 9 6

2 13 6

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UAH

Pen 5 4

Min 10 8

1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-4=6 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - A Rock-solid defensive effort and a pair of collegiate hockey first led to a Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey 2-0 victory over non-conference foe University of Minnesota Duluth at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. The Beavers used a pair of third period goals and the first career win and shutout by freshman goaltender Matt Dalton to salvage a split in the home-and-home series and retain ownership right to the “Blue Ox” traveling trophy for the third consecutive season. Each team had a pair of power-play opportunities in the game’s first 20 minutes with UMD possessing a four shots to two advantage up a man and nine to seven in shots on goal during the period but each team would come up dry. The Beavers spent over seven minutes of the second stanza on the penalty kill as the team was whistled for four penalties. Typical of the night and the defense the team was playing previous to the three-week lay off, BSU successfully killed each of the four Bulldog power-plays including an brief 5-on-3. The teams remained deadlocked at 0-0 through two periods, but as the third period got underway, momentum began to turn in BSU’s favor. Blaine Jarvis netted his team-leading eighth goal of the season just 2:47 into the final frame to give the Bemidji State the first lead of the night, 1-0. Brandon Marino won a battle in the corner and shoveled the puck behind the net to senior centerman, Matt Pope Pope fed Jarvis who was streaking down the slot and the senior sealed the deal flipping the puck over the right shoulder of the UMD goaltender. The goal would stand as the game winner, Jarvis’s first of the season. Next it was Dalton who helped continue the momentum flow stymieing a Jordan Fulton one-on-one shot attempt with 9:04 to play to preserve the BSU one-goal lead. Less than a minute later, Matt Francis took a rebound off the stick of Dalton and moved play in the other direction. He found Tyler Lehrke who fired a nifty pass across the ice to Emil Billberg. Billberg buried the puck in the back of the net past the beaten Bulldog goaltender. The goal was the first of Billberg’s career and marked his second point in as many nights. In just the third appearance of his career and second start this season, Dalton turned away a total of 25 shots in the contest to earn his first collegiate win and to log the inaugural shutout of his career.

SHG 0 0

F 30 23 PPG/O 1-for-3 0-for-4

Pct. .333 .000

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (W, 8-4-2) UAH Blake MacNicol (L, 1-5-2)

Bemidji State Lines

1F Jarvis Pope Marino 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Billberg Lehrke Francis 4F Bluhm McKelvie Cramer 1D Peluso McManamin 2D Bostock Weselowski 3D Deterding Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

3 8 11

1 6 1 8

2 6 2 11

3 11 3 7 2

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Billberg Lehrke Francis 4F Bluhm McKelvie Cramer 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Deterding Hardwick 3D Peluso MacIntyre bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 23 Tot 26

Min GA 60:00 0 Min GA 60:00 4

0-3=3 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 2-0=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-6=10 pts

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Two goals from junior defenseman Cody Bostock and a 25-save, shutout for Matt Climie powered the first-place Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 4-0 College Hockey America victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala. Climie turned away six shots in each of the first and second periods and 11 in the third to blank the Chargers for the third time this season, the fourth time in his career and stretch his school-record career shutouts mark to 11. The victory also moves him into a tie with Grady Hunt (20002004) for BSU’s Division I era goaltending wins mark as he improved to 39-26-10. Bemidji State was first to light the lamp when Bostock corralled a loose puck at the top of the left circle and fired his fourth goal of the season threw the five hole of Blake MacNicol with 8:14 gone in the first. The goal, assisted by Matt Read and Travis Winter stood as the game winner as Climie would take care of the rest. Tyler Lehrke was the beneficiary of being the right place at the right time to put the Beavers up 2-0 just 2:13 into the second. Lehrke came up with a rebound off of MacNicol from a Matt Francis shot, and rolled it over the shoulder of the Charger goalie for his first tally of 2007-08. The goal snapped a streak of 31 games without a goal for the sophomore. With 6:31 gone in the second, Bostock would add his second goal of the night to make good on the Beavers’ second of three power-play opportunity on the night, just nine seconds before it expired. The Beavers would skate to the locker room for the second intermission grasping a 3-0 lead. Despite getting out shot 11-4 in the final period, sophomore forward Chris McKelvie added an insurance goal during the seventh minute pushing the score to 4-0. BSU special teams play was again solid as its penalty kill squashed all four of the Chargers power-play opportunities while the power-play was 1-for-3. Earning his first victory since a 2-0 shutout of the same UAH squad Dec. 8, Climie improved to 8-4-2 this season with a 6-1-2 mark in league play. MacNicol matched BSU’s goaltender’s 23 saves but was tagged with the loss allowing four goals. The win marked BSU’s 11th over the Chargers in the last 14 meetings (11-1-2) while the Beavers reeled UAH to 26-24-4 in the all-time series.

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 22

Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville

7 1

Jan. 12, 2008 / Von Braun Center (6,800) / Huntsville, Ala. 11-9-2 / 8-2-2 CHA / 2:18 1 2 3 F 2 1 4 BSU 7 0 1 0 UAH 1

First Period

17:45 BSU 1-0 6x4 PP Tyler Scofield (7) (Read, Bostock) 19:20 BSU 2-0 6x6 uMatt Francis (2) (Weselowski)

Second Period

00:55 UAH 2-1 6x6 17:05 BSU 3-1 6x6

Matt Sweazey (5) (Tanaka, Roshko) Matt Pope (7) (Jarvis, Read)

Third Period

2:43 BSU 4-1 6x6 6:04 BSU 5-1 6x5 PP 15:18 BSU 6-1 6x6 18:47 BSU 7-1 6x4 PP u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal BSU UAH

1 13 11

Brandon Marino (2) (Peluso) Matt Read (6) (Marino, Scofield) Tyler Scofield (8) (unassisted) Lowe (1) (Weselowski, Bostock)

2 12 10

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UAH

Pen 8 8

Min 18 18

3 11 11 SHG 0 0

Bemidji State Lines

1 11 1 11 0

2 9 2 0 11

3 11 3 7 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Billberg Lehrke Francis 4F Lowe McKelvie Cramer 1D Peluso Hardwick 2D Bostock Weselowski 3D MacIntyre Deterding bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 31 Tot 18 11

Jan. 18, 2008 / World Arena (5,974) / Colorado Springs, Colo. 11-10-2 / 8-2-2 CHA / 2:11 1 2 3 F 1 3 0 BSU 4 2 0 3 CC 5

First Period

10:42 BSU 1-0 6x6 13:15 CC 1-1 6x6 18:02 CC 1-2 6x6

Emil Billberg (2) (Lehrke, Francis) Andreas Vlassopoulos (5) (O’Connell) Chad Rau (18) Hillen)

Second Period

05:31 BSU 2-2 6x6 Chris Mckelvie (4) (Bostock) 14:27 BSU 3-2 6x6 Chris McKelvie (5) (Lowe, Moggach) 19:19 BSU 4-2 5x6 SH Chris McKelvie (6) (Peluso)

Pct. .429 .000 Min GA 59:58 1 Min GA 37:17 5 22:43 2

3-3=6 pts 2-2=4 pts 1-0=1 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-4=4 pts 0-0=0 pts 7-10=17 pts

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Junior Tyler Scofield and freshman Matt Read each netted three points aiding the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 7-1 College Hockey America victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville in the Chargers own Von Braun Center. The victory helped BSU complete the series sweep over UAH marking the first time Beavers have registered a road sweep over the Chargers since the teams made the jump to the major college hockey in 1999-2000. Ten BSU players tallied at least a point in the victory with seven finding the score sheet in the four-goal, third-period explosion to break the game open. Bemidji State built a 2-0 lead before the first frame came to an end scoring a pair of goals during the final 2:30. Scofield put the Beavers on the board when he netted a 5-on-3 goal with 17:45 on the clock. Matt Francis corralled his second point of the weekend with just 40 seconds left in the stanza taking an odd-angle shot from the goal line extended that found its way into the net. The goal, assisted on by Riley Weselowski, stood as the game-winner. It was the first of the season for Francis. The Beavers got caught on their heels as the second frame got underway. Matt Sweazy took scored to cut the BSU lead to 2-1 just 55 seconds after the drop of the puck. The goal snapped Matt Climie’s shutout streak versus the Chargers this season at 140:55. Matt Pope stretched the Beavers’ lead to two goals before time expired in the second netting his seventh goal of the season with help from Blaine Jarvis. In one of the strangest moments of the BSU 2007-08 season, the Beavers and Chargers were sent to the locker rooms for the second intermission with 52 seconds remaining on the clock. The teams took the early break due to a segment of the boards and glass that needed to be repaired. The Beavers turned the intensity up a notch in the final 20:52 lighting the lamp four times to extend their lead to six goals, 7-1. Ian Lowe capped the scoring for the night, recording his first collegiate goal, the Beavers’ second 5-on-3 goal of the game, with 18:47 gone in the third. Weselowski and Bostock were credited with helpers on the play. The Bemidji State penalty-kill held the Chargers scoreless on seven powerplay opportunities whle the BSU power-play posted its first three-goal game of the season going 3-for-7. The performances aided the Beavers units to improve to 56.8 percent efficiency to rank first in all of NCAA Division I hockey.

1 10 7

2 15 15

Penalties & Power Plays BSU CC

Pen 7 3

2 4

Jan. 19, 2008 / Magness Arena (6.030) / Denver, Colo. 11-11-2 / 8-2-2 CHA / 2:20 1 2 3 F 1 1 0 BSU 2 2 1 1 DU 4

First Period

6:19 BSU 1-0 6x6 9:32 DU 1-1 6x6 14:00 DU 1-2 6x6

Tyler Scofield (9) (Winter, Weselowski) Tyler Bozak (11) (Rakhshani, Trotter) Matt Glasser (1) (Vossberg)

Second Period

3:57 DU 1-3 6x5 PP u Rhett Rakhshani (8) (unassisted) 11:22 BSU 2-3 6x5 PP Blaine Jarvis (9) (Pope)

Third Period

Shots on Goal BSU CC

Bemidji State (4) Denver

4 5

00:24 CC 4-3 6x5 PP Chad Rau (19) (Hillen, Sweatt) 9:42 CC 4-4 6x6 Brian Connelly (2) (Vlassopoulos) 13:01 CC 4-5 6x6 uBill Sweatt (6) (Vlassopoulos, Fredheim) u game-winning goal

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (W, 9-4-2) UAH Cameron Talbot (L, 1-7-0) Blake MacNicol

Bemidji State (3) Colorado College

Third Period

F 36 32 PPG/O 3-for-7 0-for-7

Game 24

Game 23

Min 22 6

3 7 7

F 32 29

SHG 1 0

PPG/O 0-for-3 1-for-6

Pct. .000 .167

Goaltending BSU Matt Dalton (L, 1-3-0) empty net CC Drew O’Connell (W, 2-3-0)

Bemidji State Lines

1 5 0 1 9

2 15 0 2 12

3 4 0 3 7

Tot 24 0 Tot 28

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Billberg Lehrke Francis 4F Lowe McKelvie Moggach 1D Bostock Weselowsk 2D MacIntyre Deterding 3D Peluso McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 58:44 5 1:16 0 Min GA 60:00 4

0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 3-2=5 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 4-6=10 pts

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Bemidji State University sophomore forward Chris McKelvie recorded the first pure hat trick at BSU in more than 50 years, but it was not enough as No. 3 Colorado College erased a 4-2 deficit with a trio of third-period goals to escape with a 5-4 victory. The loss may have come to one of the elite teams in college hockey, but the Beavers didn’t make the trip to Colorado to concede wins and see how they measured up to the nationally-ranked. They made the trip with the intention of gaining wins. The last time the Beavers faced the Tigers was just a year ago. BSU split with the then-ranked No. 8 Tigers. However, there was a bright spot in the game for the Beavers. Heading into the second period, the Beavers trailed 2-1, but 5:31 into the stanza, McKelvie would net his fourth goal of the season to kick-start the three-goal outing. He would add two more before the 19:19 mark of the second to record the fastest pure hat trick in BSU hockey history since Rich Budge scored three goals in a span of 11:25 Jan. 30, 1966. From the opening drop, BSU showed it wasn’t backing down from CC. In fact, the Beavers set the tone early. Aided by a pair of early CC penalties, the Beavers held a 5-2 edge in shots on goal through the first 10 minutes of play. Emil Billberg that got the Beavers on the board netting an even-strength marker, with 10:32 gone in the period. Tyler Lehrke and Matt Francis were credited with assists on the play. The helper extended Francis’s scoring streak to five games. The Tigers bounced back quickly as Andreas Vlassopoulos found the back of the net with 6:45 on the clock. CC’s leading scorer, Chad Rau, put the Tigers in front for the first time with 1:58 to go in the period sliding his 18th goal of the season past BSU freshman goaltender Matt Dalton. With 5:31 gone in the second, Cody Bostock managed to direct the puck toward the net and McKelvie tipped No. 1 on the night passed Drew O’Connell to knot the score at 2-2. McKelvie scored again to put the Beavers ahead, 3-2, with just over five minutes to go in the second and put himself in select company. The No. 3 Tigers came out in the third with something to prove. The team was a perfect 9-0-0 during the regular season on their home ice. They responded well, netting three unanswered third-period markers to claim the victory.

7:38 DU 2-4 5x6 SH Brock Trotter (13) (unassisted) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal BSU DU

1 6 15

2 13 10

Penalties & Power Plays BSU DU

Pen 9 8

Min 18 27

3 9 7

F 28 32

SHG 0 1

PPG/O 1-for-6 1-for-8

Pct. .167 .125

Goaltending BSU Orlando Alamano (L, 1-4-0) empty net DU Marc Cheverie (W, 1-0-0)

Bemidji State Lines

1 13 0 1 5

2 9 0 2 12

3 6 0 3 9

Tot 28 0 Tot 26

1F Lowe McKelvie Moggach 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Jarvis Pope Marino 4F Cramer Lehrke Francis 1D Bostock Weselowsk 2D Deterding Hardwick 3D Peluso McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 57:59 4 2:01 0 Min GA 60:00 2

0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

DENVER, Colo. - Tyler Scofield and Blaine Jarvis each scored goals but the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team ran into a tough University of Denver squad falling to the fourth-ranked Pioneers, 4-2 at Magness Arena in Denver, Colo. BSU started out strong taking a 1-0 lead just 6:19 into the game. Scofield got the Beavers on the board when Travis Winter found his speedy linemate streaking beyond the Pioneer defense. Scofield found the five hole for his team-leading ninth goal of 2007-08. Unfortunately that was the only offensive surge the Beavers would muster during the first 20 minutes. The team was out shot 15-6 in the stanza as they spent a good portion of the period at least a man short. On the other hand, Denver controlled the final ten minutes of the period getting a pair of unanswered goals from Tyler Bozak and Matt Glasser. The Pioneers got their fourth power-play opportunity when Matt Francis was sent to the penalty box just two minutes into the third and the fourth time was a charm for DU capitalizing on a defensive breakdown in the Pioneer zone. The Beavers cut the DU lead to 3-2 at the 12-minute mark when Matt Pope found Jarvis standing alone at the back door for the Beavers’ lone power-play marker on six opportunities on the night. Four minutes later, Chris Nutini earned five minutes in the box and a game misconduct for checking from behind setting BSU up with a power-play for the remainder of the period. However, the Beavers were unable to generate any push and finished the stanza trailing the hosting Pioneers 3-2. The third period was evenly played, but when the Beavers turned the puck over at the blue line during their forth power-play chance of the night, the Pioneer’s leading scorer Brock Trotter slid the unassisted, short-handed marker past Orlando Alamano at the 7:38 mark to stretch the lead to 4-2 and put an end to the momentum swing. Despite pulling Alamano to use the extra attacker for most of the final two minutes of the game, BSU was unable make up any ground and fell to the Pioneers 4-2. In all the BSU penalty kill was effective killing seven of DU’s eight opportunities, but time, effort and energy spent a man down caught up with the squad in the long run. Alamano allowed four goals in the loss falling to 1-4-0 on the season. He turned away 28 DU shots in 57:59 in net.

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2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 25

Robert Morris Bemidji State

2 2

Jan. 25, 2008 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (2,399) / Bemidji, Minn. 11-11-3 / 8-2-3 CHA / 2:33 1 2 3 OT F 0 0 2 0 RMU 2 0 1 1 0 BSU 2

Game 26

Robert Morris Bemidji State

Jan. 26, 2008 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (2,399) / Bemidji, Minn. 12-11-3 / 9-2-3 CHA / 2:15 1 2 3 F 0 0 0 RMU 0 1 1 2 BSU 4

First Period

First Period

Second Period

Second Period

Third Period

Third Period

19:55 BSU 1-0 5x5

none

00:28 RMU 1-1 6x5 PP Ryan Cruthers (14) (Towsley, Berkstresser) 9:33 BSU 2-1 6x6 Matt Pope (9) (Marino, Jarvis) 11:17 RMU 2-2 6x6 uRyan Cruthers (15) (Berkstresser, Towsley) u game-tying goal

RMU BSU

1 5 19

2 13 9

Penalties & Power Plays RMU BSU

Pen 9 6

Min 18 12

OT 3 2

F 30 42

RMU BSU

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 0-for-4 1-for-7

Pct. .000 .143

RMU BSU

Goaltending RMU Christian Boucher (T, 10-5-2) BSU Matt Climie (W, 9-4-3)

Bemidji State Lines

1 19 1 5

2 8 2 13

3 11 3 7

ot 2 ot 3

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Billberg Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Lowe 1D Hardwick Peluso 2D Bostock Weselowski 3D MacIntyre Deterding bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 40 Tot 28

Min GA 65:00 2 Min GA 65:00 2

2 9 14

Penalties & Power Plays Min 65 18

0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

3 3 12 SHG 0 0

F 19 41 PPG/O 0-for-5 2-for-8

Pct. .000 .250

Goaltending RMU Christian Boucher (L 10-6-2) BSU Matt Climie (W, 10-4-3)

Bemidji State Lines

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Matt Pope registered his second two-goal game of the season, but College Hockey America’s leading scorer, Ryan Cruthers potted a pair of his own in the third period to force a 2-2 stalemate in the opening game of the conference series. In a two-game set that could have major implications in the race for the 2007-08 conference championship, a tie was most certainly not on the first-place Beavers’ list of goals for the weekend. Although the Colonials, currently in third, didn’t make up any ground and second place Niagara is locked in non-conference play this weekend, the draw is still tough to swallow. The feeling is compounded due to the fact that the team let a third-period lead slip away for the second time in as many weeks. Pope sent the Beavers into the third period up 1-0 after he potted his first goal of the night with 1:05 remaining in the second. Cruthers locked the score at 1-1 just 2:39 into the third chipping the puck past BSU’s Matt Climie from the right doorstep. Midway through the period, Pope would again spark the Beavers offensively. Marino took a shot from the slot that was kicked to the side by Christian Boucher. Pope was there to clean up the loose puck recording his ninth goal of 2007-08 to put BSU up 2-1. But the lead would be short-lived. Just 2:16 later, Cruthers would strike again with help from Berkstresser and Towsley. The Beavers held off a late RMU charge a man down late in the game to force overtime, but both teams struggled to generate any potential scoring chances during the extra frame and the teams would settle for the draw. The tie stretched BSU unbeaten streak in overtime games to 11 games--a mark that reaches back to a March 11, 2006 victory over Alabama-Huntsville. BSU is 3-0-8 during that run. Pope’s power-play marker helped the Beavers to go 1-for-7 on the man advantage while for the CHA’s best penalty-kill unit posted its 15th shutout of the season holding the Colonials scoreless on four powerplay opportunities. BSU peppered the RMU goaltender with a season-best 42 shots on net in the game to own a 42-30 advantage in shots on goal. Through 25 games of the 2007-08 campaign, BSU has out shot its opponents in 21 and holds a 779-610 (+169) lead in shots on net. Climie turned away 28 RMU shots in 65:00 minutes played while allowing two goals. He moves to 9-4-3 on the season. Boucher recorded 40 saves in the tie stretching his record to 10-5-2 overall.

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1 7 15

Pen 15 9

Feb. 1, 2008 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (2,399) / Bemidji, Minn. 12-12-3 / 9-3-3 CHA / 2:11 1 2 3 F 0 2 1 WSU 3 2 0 0 BSU 2

Second Period

0:34 WSU 2-1 6x6 Stavros Paskaris (8) (Bachynski, Bernardi) 17:06 WSU 2-2 6x5 PP Derek Bachynski (3) (Paskaris, Bernardi)

9:28 BSU 3-0 6x5 PP Matt Pope (10) (Marino) 18:03 BSU 4-0 6x4 PP Travis Winter (6) (Lowe, Bostock) u game-winning goal

3 9 12

3 2

17:01 BSU 1-0 6x6 Cody Bostock (6) Scofield) 19:41 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP Matt Read (7) (Scofield, Bostock)

Graham McManamin (2) (Read, Scofield)

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

Wayne State Bemidji State

First Period

uMatt Fancis (4) (Lehrke)

12:41 BSU 2-0 6x6

18:55 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Matt Pope (8) (Marino)

0 4

Game 27

1 14 1 7

2 13 2 9

3 10 3 3

Tot 37 Tot 19

1F Cramer Lehrke Francis 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Jarvis Pope Marino 4F Lowe McKelvie Moggach 1D Bostock Deterding 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Hardwick Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Min GA 60:00 4 Min GA 59:52 0

1-1=2 pts 1-2=3 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-6=10 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Through the clutter of 24 penalties whistled for a total of 83 minutes, Matt Climie’s school-record 12th career shutout propelled the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 4-0 victory over College Hockey America foe Robert Morris University in front of 1,618 at the John Glas Fieldhouse. For BSU, eleven different players had a hand in the scoring on the night, but Matt Francis’ fourth marker of the season was all the Beavers would as Climie turned away all 19 RMU shots to match Jack Horner’s Beaver Hockey record for shutouts in a season with five. Horner set the record during the 1976-77 season. The Beavers and Colonials spent most of the first period feeling each other out, but when RMU’s David Boguslawski and BSU’s Brandon Marino were sent to the box for roughing at the 19:42 mark of the period, the ice opened up and the Beavers took the early 1-0 lead. The Beavers went up 2-0, 12:41 into the second period when Graham McManamin netted his second marker of the season finding the back of the net on a slap shot form the point as the Beavers were cycling the puck around the zone. BSU held the lead and skated into the second intermission with a two-goal advantage over the visiting Colonials. The game was physical from the opening face off, but during the final 20 minutes, the level of physical play was elevated. Sixty-five minutes were served in the box for 11 penalties between the teams. Robert Morris took the brunt of the calls as four players received 10-minute misconduct penalties including a game misconduct to Kyle Frieday for checking from behind. The Beavers made the best of their time on the man advantage. Both Matt Pope and Travis Winter potted power-play goals with Winters’ team-leading fourth power-play marker of the season coming in a 5-on-3 situation. In all, BSU was 2-for-8 (.250) on the man advantage while holding the Colonials scoreless on five attempts. Combined, the Beavers’ special teams units lead the nation clicking at a 56.2 percent efficiency rate. Climie improved to 10-4-3 on the season with the win and is a scorching 9-1-3 in league play. The blanking of RMU not only extends his own career shutout mark at the school, it also vaults him past Grady Hunt (2001-2004) and into sole possession of the top spot on BSU’s Division I-era wins list with 41. Making 19 saves on 19 shots, he climed to eighth in the nation in save percentage (.930) while is goals against average dropped to 1.69 to place him third among all NCAA Division I goaltenders this season.

Third Period

12:44 WSU 2-3 6x6 u game-winning goal

uDylan Exton (2) (Adams, Meadows)

Shots on Goal WSU BSU

1 5 9

2 9 11

Penalties & Power Plays WSU BSU

Pen 8 4

Min 24 8

3 10 10 SHG 0 0

F 24 30 PPG/O 1-for-4 1-for-7

Pct. .250 .143

Goaltending WSU Brett Bothwell (W, 5-7-0) BSU Matt Climie (L, 10-5-3) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 1 5 0

2 11 2 7 0

3 10 3 9 0

1F Jarvis Pope Marino 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Lowe Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Cramer 1D Bostock Deterding 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Hardwick Weselowski bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 28 Tot 21 0

Min GA 60:00 2 Min GA 58:50 3 1:10 0

0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - A trio of unanswered goals during the final 40 minutes by the Wayne State University men’s ice hockey team propelled the Warriors past Bemidji State University at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. The CHA loss was the first for the Beavers since falling to the same WSU team, 5-2, in the finale of the series in Detroit Nov. 17th. The Beavers netted two first-period goals, one even-strength and one on the power play, to head into the first intermission with a 2-0 lead, but a quick score by the Warriors to open the second seemed to snuff the Beavers’ spark and the team never recovered. Bemidji State opened the scoring at the 17-minute mark of the first period when Tyler Scofield skated the puck into the zone and behind the net before finding the backhand of Cody Bostock on the left post. With just 19 seconds remaining in the period, the Beavers did it again. Bostock and Scofield were credited with their second points of the game as junior defender dug the loose puck out of the far corner and fed Scofield. Scofield escorted the puck into the zone and spotted Matt Read for a one-timer in front of the net. BSU’s 2-0 cushion would last just 34 seconds as the second period got underway. Stavros Paskaris potted his eighth marker of the season to get WSU on the board during the fist minute of play in the second. Derk Bachynski and Ryan Bernardi each tallied assists on the goal. The trio of Paskaris, Bachynski and Bernardi teamed up again before the period was over to level the score at 2-2. This time Bachynski was on the receiving end of passes from Paskaris and Bernardi. The game-tying, power-play goal came with 17:06 and just a second left on a BSU penalty. With the score even entering the third, Wayne State seemed to earn the momentum and its pesky attitude would win the game midway through the stanza. Dylan Exton fired the puck past Matt Climie with just over seven minutes remaining in the game and despite a solid flurry of shots with an extra attacker during the game’s final minute, BSU was unable to extend the contest. Climie made 21 saves in 58:50 between the pipes as the loss drops him to 10-5-3 on the season. BSU saw its ten-game home unbeaten streak versus the Warriors come to an end in the loss as WSU earned its first victory at the Glas since a 5-0 victory over the Beavers Feb. 23, 2003. The Warriors also closed the gap in the all-time series to 9-22-5.

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 28 Wayne State Bemidji State

3 4

Feb. 2, 2008 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (2,399) / Bemidji, Minn. 13-12-3 / 10-3-3 CHA / 2:28 1 2 3 OT F 0 2 1 0 WSU 3 0 1 2 1 BSU 4

First Period

17:01 BSU 1-0 6x6 Cody Bostock (6) Scofield) 19:41 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP Matt Read (7) (Scofield, Bostock)

Game 29

Bemidji State Robert Morris

Feb. 15, 2008 / Island Sports Center (1,100) / Moon Township, Pa. 13-13-3 / 10-4-3 CHA / 2:15 1 2 3 F 1 0 0 BSU 1 0 3 1 RMU 4

First Period

11:20 BSU 1-0 6x6

0:34 WSU 2-1 6x6 Stavros Paskaris (8) (Bachynski, Bernardi) 17:06 WSU 2-2 6x5 PP Derek Bachynski (3) (Paskaris, Bernardi)

7:37 RMU 1-1 6x6 12:43 RMU 1-2 6x6 19:11 RMU 1-3 6x6

Third Period

Third Period

12:44 WSU 2-3 6x6 u game-winning goal

uDylan Exton (2) (Adams, Meadows)

Shots on Goal WSU BSU

1 8 8

2 10 12

Penalties & Power Plays WSU BSU

Pen 7 4

Blaine Jarvis (12) (Francis, Pope)

Second Period

Second Period

Min 14 8

3 3 14

OT 0 1

F 21 35

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 0-for-2 3-for-5

Pct. .000 .600

Goaltending WSU Brett Bothwell (W, 5-8-0) BSU Matt Climie (L, 11-5-3)

Bemidji State Lines

3 4

Logan Bittle (1) (Kobialko, Velasquez) uSean Berkstresser (9) (Cowan, Urban) Tom Biondich (5) (Longpre, Towsley)

1 5 12

2 7 8

Penalties & Power Plays BSU RMU

Min 6 6

3 11 5 SHG 0 1

F 23 35 PPG/O 0-for-3 0-for-3

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending 1 8 1 8

2 11 2 8

3 12 3 2

ot 0 ot 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Lowe Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Cramer 1D Peluso McManamin 2D Bostock Weselowski 3D MacIntyre Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 31 Tot 18

Min GA 62:57 2 Min GA 62:57 3

1-2=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-3=3 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-8=12 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - It may have taken five periods, but Bemidji Stateawoke from its slumber and it could not have happened at a more opportune time. Senior center Matt Pope scrapped for a loose puck in front of the net and pushed it past the WSU goaltender Brett Bothwell to give the Beavers a 4-3 overtime victory. Down 2-1 entering the final period of regulation and falling behind 3-1 just 1:55 into the third, BSU came charging back out shooting the Warriors 14-3 during the last 20 minutes While scoring a pair of unanswered goals to tie the game with 12 minutes to go and adding the game-winner 2:57 into the overtime stanza. The extra-period marker extended BSU’s unbeaten streak in overtime games to 12, while it snapped the Warriors longest winning streak of the season at three. The Beavers netted the first goal of the game to break the scoreless tie at the 7:27 mark of the second period. The play was started by sophomore defender Chris Peluso who chased down a puck dumped into the far corner of the WSU offensive zone. He found Graham McManamin who, in turn, hit a streaking Blaine Jarvis with a pass as he entered the BSU zone. After a fake put the Warrior goaltender out of position, Jarvis tapped the puck into the back of the net with one second remaining on the Beavers’ second power-play of the evening. But before time would expire on the period, Wayne State stole the lead with a pair of even-strength goals. Chris Kushneriuk deflected a Tylor Michel shot from the point out of the reach of the screened BSU goaltender Matt Climie at the 10:38 mark and Jordan Inglis matched the goal 61 seconds later to put WSU up 2-1 heading into the final period of regulation. The Warriors added to their lead 1:55 into the third period on Inglis’ second goal of the game. Jarvis began the BSU comeback 4:13 into the period when he netted his his second power-play goal over the night, with help form Matt Read and Cody Bostock. With 12:46 to play, Tyler Scofield knotted the game at 3-3 with his 10th goal of 2007-08. The teams skated to a 3-3 tie as the third period final horn sounded despite an barrage of BSU shots fired on net during the period’s final four minutes. The Beavers managed only one shot on goal in the overtime period, but that shot was all they would need as Pope’s game-winner gave BSU a 4-3 victory and allowed it to salvage a series split with the Warriors.

BSU 1 2 3 Matt Climie (L, 11-6-3) 12 15 4 RMU 1 2 3 Christian Boucher (W, 14-7-2) 4 7 11

Bemidji State Lines

1F Jarvis Pope Marino 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Bluhm McKelvie Lowe 1D Peluso McManamin 2D Bostock Weselowski 3D Deterding Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 31 Tot 22

7 2

Feb. 16, 2008 / Island Sports Center (1,100) / Moon Township, Pa. 14-13-3 / 11-4-3 CHA / 2:10 1 2 3 F 4 3 0 BSU 7 1 0 1 RMU 1

First Period 1:30 4:45 8:21 9:31 16:22

RMI BSU BSU BSU BSU

0-1 6x6 1-1 6x5 PP 2-1 6x6 3-1 6x6 4-1 6x5 PP

Second Period

Third Period

Shots on Goal

Pen 3 3

Bemidji State Robert Morris

Kyle Burton (5) (Margott, Cruthers) Matt Pope (12) (Scofield, Marino) Joey Moggach (2) (Weselowski, Francis) uMatt Read (8) (Scofield, Winter) Travis Winter (7) (Lowe, Scofield)

6:08 BSU 5-1 6x6 Graham McManamin (3) (Marino, Jarvis) 10:37 BSU 6-1 6x6 Ryan Cramer (1) (Lehrke, MacIntyre) 19:31 BSU 7-1 6x5 PP Travis Winter (8) (Bostock, Read)

12:28 RMU 1-4 5x6 SH Ryan Cruthers (19) (Bittle) u game-winning goal

BSU RMU

Game 30

Min GA 57:29 4 Min GA 60:00 1

1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Robert Morris University netted three evenstrength, second-period goals en route to handing the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team a 4-1 loss in College Hockey America play at the Island Sports Center in Moon Township, Pa. The Beavers were the first to light the lamp, and they did it in typical, BSU blue collar fashion. The tandem of Matt Francis and Matt Pope corralled an errant RMU pass and found Blaine Jarvis who netted his teamleading 12th goal of the season at the 11:20-mark of the first period. The teams would skate off the ice at the end of the period with the score at 1-0 in favor of the visiting Beavers despite RMU owning a 12-5 advantage in the shots category. The second period got messy for the Beavers. Although BSU killed three penalties, RMU out shot BSU 18-7 and netted three goals to take a two-goal lead. The Colonials knotted the score 7:37 into the second period. Logan Bittle tipped a shot past BSU’s Matt Climie. RMU took its first lead of the game 5:06 minutes later when Climie made a save on a Dave Cowan shot, but Sean Berkstresser gathered the rebound and flipped it over the right shoulder of the BSU goaltender. The hosts would dig the Beavers a two-goal hole with 49 seconds left in the period. Dave Biondich fluttered the puck over the left elbow of Climie to give RMU 3-1 lead heading into the third period. The Beavers struggled to generate any offensive momentum in the third and the Colonials would add a short-handed goal at the 12:28 mark of the third stanza to put the game out of reach for BSU and claim the 4-1 victory. Robert Morris finished the game with a 35-23 advantage in shots on goal. Each team was held scoreless on three power-play opportunities. Climie stopped 31 RMU shots in 57:38 in net allowing four goals in the loss falling to 11-5-3 on the season. RMU’s Christian Boucher allowed the BSU first-period goal but held the Beavers scoreless during the final two frames collecting 22 saves in the win. He improved to 14-7-2 on the season. The loss drops BSU’s all-time record versus RMU to 9-6-1 while the team is now 3-4-0 versus the Colonials on their home ice.

7:59 RMU 7-2 6x6 u game-winning goal

David Boguslawski (Cruthers, Margott)

Shots on Goal BSU RMU

1 9 5

2 13 9

Penalties & Power Plays BSU RMU

Pen 3 4

Min 6 8

3 6 15

F 28 29

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 3-for-4 0-for-3

Pct. .750 .000

Goaltending BSU Matt Climie (W, 12-6-3) Orlando Alamano RMU Christian Boucher (L, 14-8-2) Wes Russell Jim Patterson

Bemidji State Lines

1 4 0 1 4 1 0

2 9 0 2 4 0 6

3 6 8 3 0 6 0

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Lowe 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Deterding MacIntyre bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 19 8 Tot 8 7 6

Min GA 49:54 2 10:06 0 Min GA 25:34 5 20:34 0 13:52 2

3-5=8 pts 1-3=4 pts 1-2=3 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-2=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 7-14=21 pts

MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. - With their backs against the proverbial wall and the 2007-08 College Hockey America regular-season championship banner hanging in the balance, the Bemidji State University men’s hockey team responded with an offensive explosion. The boys from BSU scored four first-period goals and would not look back taking a 7-2 victory to manage a series split with second place Robert Morris University and hold the five-point lead in the race for the title. After falling behind 1-0 just 90 seconds into the contest, BSU bounced back netting three goals in a matter of just 4:46 to erase a deficit and go up by two, 3-1. The Colonials went through all three of their goaltenders trying to find an answer for the BSU attack. The Beavers netted goals on their first three power-play shots, went 3-for-4 on the man advantage, and posted a season-high seven goals on the night as 15 players recorded their names in the box score. Robert Morris did its best to take BSU out of the game early. Before the squad would even break a sweat, Kyle Burton slid the puck passed BSU goaltender Matt Climie to give the Colonials the early lead. The goal served as a wake up call for the Beavers who netted three goals during the next five minutes and scored again before time expired on the first frame. The teams played even hockey for the first six minutes of the second, but when Graham McManamin’s blue line shot through traffic found its way into the back of the net, it would put BSU up 5-1 and knock Boucher out of the game for good. Midway through the period, freshman Ryan Cramer scored his first collegiate goal with help from Tyler Lehrke and Dan MacIntyre. The assist also stood as MacIntyre’s first collegiate point. Before the second period expired (19:31), the Beavers added a third power-play goal off the stick of Winter, who netted his second power-play marker of the game to record his first multi-goal game of 2007-08. The goal put BSU up 7-1 with just over 20 minutes to play RMU stole a goal in the third, but BSU held off the charge to take the game 7-2.

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 31

Bemidji State (2) North Dakota

1 5

Feb. 23, 2008 / Ralph Engelstad Arena (11,633) / Grand Forks, N.D. 14-14-3 / 11-4-3 CHA / 2:14 1 2 3 F 0 1 0 BSU 1 3 1 1 UND 5

First Period

12:59 UND 0-1 6x4 PP Chris VandeVelde (12) Chorney, Oshie) 13:36 UND 0-2 6x5 PP uRyan Duncan (12) (VandeVelde, Oshie) 14:30 UND 0-3 6x5 PP Matt Watkins (7) (Miller, Kaip)

Second Period

Third Period

18:52 UND 1-5 6x6 EN Brad Miller (3) (Bina) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal 1 5 15

2 4 18

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UND

Pen 10 6

0 1

Feb. 23, 2008 / Ralph Engelstad Arena (11,633) / Grand Forks, N.D. 14-15-3 / 11-4-3 CHA / 2:05 1 2 3 F 0 0 0 BSU 0 0 0 1 UND 1

First Period

Min 31 12

3 9 8

F 18 41

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 1-for-5 4-for-10

Pct. .200 .400

BSU Matt Climie (L, 12-7-3) empty net UND Jean-Philippe Lamoreux (20-8-2) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 12 0 1 5 0

2 17 0 2 3 0

3 7 0 3 9 0

1F Jarvis Pope Marino 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Lowe 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Deterding Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 36 0 Tot 12 0

Min GA 58:19 4 1:41 1 Min GA 59:51 1 0:09 0

0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The No. 2 University of North Dakota men’s ice hockey team netted three-first period power-play goals and did not look back dropping Bemidji State University, 5-1, in non-conference play in front of a capacity (11,842) crowd at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N.D. Bemidji State was whistled for four penalties in the first stanza opening the door for a potent Fighting Sioux power-play unit to get the home team on the board. UND got three goals in 91 seconds to put it up 3-0 with over five minutes to go in the period. The teams used the first 10 minutes of the game feel each other out, but when BSU’s Cody Bostock was sent to the box for crosschecking at the 12:12 mark and Matt Read earned five minutes and a game misconduct for checking from behind 20 seconds later, it put the Fighting Sioux on a 5-on-3 advantage for 1:40. The Sioux capitalized on the opportunity. Twenty-seven seconds into the two-man advantage, UND’s Robbie Bina was on the doorstep to cleanup the rebound sliding the puck past the BSU goaltender. The goal opened the floodgates for UND. The Fighting Sioux would add two more goals during the next 1:31 building a 3-0 lead before the Read penalty expired. UND dominated play for a majority of the second period out shooting BSU 18-4 with 11 shots coming on four Fighting Sioux’s power-play chances. BSU would, however, claim a power-play goal of their own in the second. Travis Winter found Riley Weselowski with a pass from behind the net and the blue liner banked a slap shot off the left pipe and into the back of the net for his second marker of the season. But UND would reclaim its three-goal lead before the end of the frame when Ryan Duncan potted UNDs fourth power-play goal of the afternoon. The Fighting Sioux would add an empty-net goal in the game’s final minutes (18:52) to push the score to 5-1 where it would stay. Matt Climie was stellar in net for BSU. Despite allowing the four UND power-play goals, he recorded 36 saves in 58:19 between the pipes. UND’s J.P. Lamoureux posted 17 saves as he improved to 208-2 on the season.

5 7

Feb. 29, 2008 / John Glas Fieldhouse (2,399) / Bemidji, Minn. 15-15-3 / 12-4-3 CHA / 2:25 1 2 3 F 1 3 1 WSU 5 2 1 4 BSU 7

Second Period

Third Period

15:05 UND 0-1 6x6 u game-winning goal

uAndrew Kozek (14) (Oshie, LaPoint)

1 3 13

2 6 8

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UND

Wayne State Bemidji State

2:56 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Tyler Scofield (11) (McManamin) 4:47 BSU 2-0 6x6 Ian Lowe (2) (Moggach) 17:35 WSU 2-1 6x6 Stavros Paskaris (12) (Bachynski, Punches)

Second Period

BSU UND

Game 33

First Period

none

Shots on Goal

Goaltending

52

Bemidji State (2) North Dakota

none

14:28 BSU 1-3 6x5 PP Riley Weselowski (2) (Lowe, Winter) 19:25 UND 1-4 6x5 PP Ryan Duncan (13) (Oshie, VandeVelde)

BSU UND

Game 32

Pen 4 3

Min 8 6

3 4 11 SHG 0 0

F 13 32 PPG/O 0-for-2 0-for-3

Pct. .000 .000

Goaltending BSU Orlando Alamano (L, 1-5-0) empty net UND Aaron Walski (W, 1-0-0)

Bemidji State Lines

1 13 0 1 3

2 8 0 2 6

3 10 0 3 4

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Lowe 1D Peluso McManamin 2D Bostock Weselowski 3D Deterding MacIntyre bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 31 0 Tot 13

Min GA 58:50 1 1:10 0 Min GA 60:00 0

0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team had the No. 2 team in the country on the ropes for 55 minutes, but an Andrew Kozek goal late in the third would give the University of North Dakota a 1-0 non-conference victory over the Beavers. In athletics it has often been said that in big games, great players find ways to win. With the nation’s longest unbeaten streak on the line, T. J. Oshie single-handedly willed the Fighting Sioux a victory setting Kozek up for the game-winner. The win kept UND’s streak alive stretching to 13 games without a loss. The teams played the first 20 minutes to a scoreless tie. Each squad had its chances but was unable to light the lamp. It took UND 9:06 to register a shot on net and although the Fighting Sioux out shot the Beavers 13-3 in the period, it was BSU that had the two best scoring chances. Through 40 minutes of play, the score was still knotted at 0-0. UND accumulated eight shots on net to the Beavers’ six, but set the tempo for the period. As third period time ran off the clock, the urgency in the building became more apparent. Every possession of the puck brought the 11,043 in attendance to the edge of their seat and Oshie and the gang came through with just under five minutes to play. Despite pulling goaltender Orlando Alamano in favor of an extra attacker on two occasions during the final minutes, there would BSU no BSU comeback on this afternoon as UND held on for the win. Just 24-hours removed from yielding a season-high four powerplay goals, the BSU penalty kill not only stifled each of North Dakota’s three opportunities today, it held the Fighting Sioux without a single shot on goal. In just his sixth start of the season and first since a 5-4 loss to then third-ranked Colorado College Tigers, Alamano was sharp. He recorded 31 saves. He totaled 58:50 between the pipes for BSU and kept one of the top teams in the country off the board of over 55 minutes. On the other end the of the ice UND’s Aaron Walski posted the 13-save shutout in his first career start. The game also mark just the second time this seasons the Beavers have been held scoreless. The victory extended UND’s handle on the all-time series versus BSU to 15-1-1 and is unbeaten versus the Beavers since the 1969-70 season--a streak spanning 15 games.

1:21 9:11 10:20 15:33

BSU 3-1 WSU 3-2 WSU 3-3 WSU 3-4

6x6 6x6 6x6 6x6

Ryan Cramer (2) (Winter, Read) Stavros Paskaris (13) (Bachynski, Krug) Matt Krug (5) (Adams, Exton) Jared Katz (7) (Caister)

Third Period

6:12 BSU 4-4 6x5 PP Blaine Jarvis (13) (Marino, Peluso) 8:55 WSU 4-5 6x4 PP Derek Punches (7) (Paskaris, Caister) 11:37 BSU 5-5 6x6 Matt Francis (5) (Lehrke, Cramer) 13:19 BSU 6-5 6x6 uRiley Weselowski (3) (Marino, Pope) 19:53 BSU 7-5 6x6 EN Matt Pope (13) (Jarvis) u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal WSU BSU

1 7 14

2 10 4

Penalties & Power Plays WSU BSU

Pen 6 5

Min 20 10

3 10 13

F 27 31

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 1-for-4 2-for-4

Pct. .250 .500

Goaltending WSU Mike Devoney (L, 2-3-0) empty net BSU Matt Climie Orlando Alamano (W, 2-5-0) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 12 0 1 6 0 0

2 3 0 2 4 3 0

3 9 0 3 0 9 0

1F Jarvis Pope Marino 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Lowe 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Deterding Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 24 0 Tot 10 12 0

Min GA 58:52 6 1:08 1 Min GA 30:11 3 29:40 2 0:09 0

2-4=6 pts 1-2=3 pts 2-2=4 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 7-11=18 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. - The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team found a way to win Friday but not without first taking the Beaver faithful on quite a roller-coaster ride. Despite taking a 2-0 lead less than five minutes into the contest, BSU found themselves down 4-3 after 40 minutes of play and needed four third-period goals to skate out of the John Glas Fieldhouse with a 7-5 victory over Wayne State University. With the score knotted at 5-5 and the clock in its last 10 minutes, the Beavers urgently skated the puck into the zone. Matt Pope fired a shot form the right face off circle that was saved, but Brandon Marino bounced a second attempt off the leg of the WSU goaltender before Riley Weselowski found the rebound at the top of the crease and slid the puck into the back of the net. The goal would put the Beavers on top 6-5 and they would not look back. The game would start in a flurry for BSU. Before five minutes ticked off the clock, the Beavers had a 2-0 lead on goals from Tyler Scofield marker. Ian Lowe. But the BSU offense would hit a lull as the first period moved on and although the team held a 14-7 advantage in shots on goal, WSU bounced back with an even-strength goal at the 17:35 mark to head into the locker room down 2-1 after 20 minutes of play. After BSU took a 3-1 lead early in the second frame, WSU bounced back on Stavros Paskaris’s second marker of the game. The tally sent the Beavers into a tail spin. During the next 10 minutes, BSU would fail to register a shot on net. Meanwhile the Warriors took the lead, 4-3, collecting two more goals by the 16-miniute mark of the stanza. Down a goal entering the final 20 minutes of play, Jarvis brought the crowd to its feet 6:12 in when he locked the score at 4-4. But just as BSU began to regain momentum, the team put the visitors on a 5-on-3 situation and WSU capitalized on the opportunity. Matt Francis evened the score at 5-5, 42-seconds later setting the table for Weselowski’s heroics. Orlando Alamano made 12 saves earning the victory in relief marking the third time he has come off the bench to lead BSU to a win.

2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey

2007-08 Season in Review: Game Recaps

Game 35

Game 34 Wayne State Bemidji State

Mar. 1, 2008 / John S. Glas Fieldhouse (1,267) / Bemidji, Minn. 16-15-3 / 13-4-3 CHA / 2:23 1 2 3 F 2 0 1 WSU 3 2 2 1 BSU 5

First Period 5:31 10:06 17:30 18:31

BSU 1-0 WSU 1-1 WSU 2-1 BSU 2-2

6x6 6x5 PP 5x5 5x5

Second Period

Tyler Scofield (12) (Read) Derek Bachynski (8) (Adams, Paskaris) Jared Katz (8) (unassisted) Kyle Hardwick (1) (Marino, Weselowski)

Ryan Cramer (3) (Lehrke) uRyan Cramer (4) (Hardwick)

9:19 BSU 5-2 6x6 11:42 WSU 5-3 6x6 u game-winning goal

First Period

4:00 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Matt Pope (14) (Peluso, McManamin) 16:26 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP uCody Bostock (7) (Read, Scofield)

Second Period

Matt Read (9) (Scofield, Winter) Chris Kushneriuk (3) (Bernardi, Caister)

Third Period

Travis Winter (9) (Bostock, Weselowski) Derek Punches (8) (Paskaris, Krug)

Shots on Goal 1 12 7

2 7 9

Penalties & Power Plays WSU BSU

F 1 4

19:28 BSU 4-1 6x5 PP Tyler Scofield (13) (Bostock, Winter) u game-winning goal

Third Period

Pen 5 6

WSU BSU

1 4

Mar. 15, 2008 / Dwyer Arena (536) / Niagara, N.Y. 17-15-3 / 13-4-3 CHA / 2:17 1 2 3 0 1 0 2 1 1

5:19 BSU 3-0 6x6 12:13 WSU 3-1 6x5

4:42 BSU 3-2 6x6 9:19 BSU 4-2 6x6

WSU BSU

Wayne State Bemidji State

1 5

Min 10 12

3 9 15 SHG 0 0

F 28 31 PPG/O 1-for-4 0-for-3

Pct. .250 .000

Goaltending WSU Kyle Funkenhauser (L, 1-9-2) MIke Devoney empty net BSU Matt Climie (L, 13-7-3) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 5 0 0 1 10 0

2 3 4 0 2 7 0

3 0 14 0 3 8 0

1F Jarvis Pope Bluhm 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Marino McKelvie Lowe 1D Deterding Weselowski 2D Bostock Hardwick 3D Peluso McManamin bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 8 18 0 Tot 25 0

Min GA 29:19 4 30:16 1 0:25 0 Min GA 59:56 3 0:04 0

0-0=0 pts 2-1=3 pts 2-1=3 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-2=2 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-7=12 pts

Bemidji, MInn. - The Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team clinched the 2008 College Hockey America regular-season crown Saturday with a 5-3 victory over Wayne State University. The Beavers bounced back from an early 2-1 deficit in true team form. Nine skaters recorded at least a point in the game while freshman Ryan Cramer netted a pair of goals to pace the Beavers and post the first multi-goal came of his career. Skating into the second frame with the score knotted a two goals apiece, Cramer gave BSU the boost it needed. He potted the go ahead goal at the 4:42 mark and added another, which would proved to be the game winner, less than five minutes later (9:19). In one of the best individual efforts of the Beavers’ season, Cramer dug the puck out of the far corner, skated in front of the net and down the near side boards. Once he crossed into the BSU offensive zone, he cranked up and unleashed a laser that left the WSU goaltender frozen and sent his water bottle to the boards. BSU was first to get on the board. Tyler Scofield scored his 12th goal of the season on a pass from Matt Read just 5:31 into the game. But the Warriors would come charging back netting a power-play goal midway through the period and going up 2-1 on an unassisted goal by Jared Katz at the 17:30 mark. But BSU’s Kyle Hardwick leveled the score before the teams left the ice for the first intermission recording his first collegiate goal on a beautiful pass in front of the net by Brandon Marino as he charged down the slot. After Cramer’s double in the second, the Beavers entered the third period with a 4-2 lead and just 20 minutes of hockey separating it from the championship. Travis Winter put the Beavers up three goals, 5-2, 9:19 into the third when he tipped an odd-angle shot off the stick of Cody Bostock into the back of the net. The Warriors would add another goal late in the game, but it was too little too late as the Beavers completed the sweep and sent their seniors out in style with the win. BSU’s Matt Climie turned in another solid performance gaining the win to improve to 13-7-2 on the season turing away 25 WSU shots in 59:56 of work.

Shots on Goal WSU BSU

1 3 8

2 5 15

Penalties & Power Plays WSU BSU

Pen 12 9

Min 24 29

3 3 7

F 11 30

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 1-for-9 3-for-12

Pct. .111 .250

Goaltending WSU Brett Bothwell (L, 8-13-0) empty net BSU Matt Climie (W, 14-7-3)

Bemidji State Lines

1 6 0 1 3

2 14 0 2 4

3 6 0 3 3

1F Scofield Winter Read 2F Jarvis Pope Marino 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Bluhm McKelvie Lowe 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Deterding Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 26 0 Tot 8

Min GA 59:50 3 0:10 1 Min GA 59:55 1

2-5=7 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-8=12 pts

NIagara, N.Y. - With a 4-1 victory over the No. 4 seed Wayne State University Saturday afternoon, the top-seeded Beavers advance to the 2008 CHA Championship game for the fourth time in five years. Tyler Scofield led the Beavers with a goal and two assists while Matt Read and blue liner Cody Bostock each posted a goal and an assist. The game described by both BSU head coach Tom Serratore and senior goaltender Matt Climie as ‘weird,’ a total of 21 penalties were called for 54 minutes. The Beavers were whistled for nine, including a five-minute major and game disqualification, while WSU was sent to the box 12 times. Climie made10 saves in the win to move to 14-7-3 on the year and extend his BSU Division I-era record for career goaltending wins to 45. Special teams were a difference for the Beavers. A total of seven penalties were served by the teams with BSU getting whistled for four. The Beavers were 2-for-3 on the power-play, while the team’s penalty kill was a perfect 4-for-4. Matt Pope got the Beavers on the board four minutes in when he tipped a Chris Peluso slap shot past the WSU goaltender on BSU’s first power-play chance of the game. Graham McManamin was also credited with an assist on the play. BSU’s second goal of the tournament came 12:26 later on the team’s second opportunity on the man advantage. Scofield and Read cycled the puck around to Bostock who fired a bullet that found the back of the net. His goal would stand as the eventual game-winner marking his team-best fourthof the season. The teams would skate off the ice after 20 minutes with BSU holding a 2-0 advantage. The Beavers pushed their lead to 3-0, 3:19 into second period when Read notched his ninth goal of the season on an assists from Travis Winter and Scofield. Each collecting their second point of the game on the play. Nine minutes into the stanza, BSU captain David Deterding was called for hitting from behind, sending him to the locker room early and holding him out of the final while it put the Beavers down a man for five minutes. The Warriors would seize the moment scoring a power-play goal three minutes into the opportunity. The score remained 3-1 until Scofield put the puck in an empty Wayne State goal with 32 seconds to play.

Game 36 Niagara Bemidji State

5 7

Mar. 16, 2008 / Dwyer Arena (1,081) / Niagara, N.Y. 17-16-3 / 13-4-3 CHA / 2:30 1 2 3 F 1 2 0 NU 3 1 1 0 BSU 2

First Period

2:55 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Brandon Marino (3) (Winter, Peluso) 10:19 NU 1-1 6x5 PP Ted Cook (19) (Rogers, Rocco)

Second Period

12:33 BSU 2-1 6x6 Tyler Lehrke (2) (Francis) 16:28 NU 2-2 6x6 Chris Moran (8) (Langdon) 19:15 NU 3-2 6x5 PP uKyle Rogers (10) (Rocco, Cook)

Third Period

none u game-winning goal

Shots on Goal NU BSU

1 6 8

2 14 12

Penalties & Power Plays NU BSU

Pen 5 5

Min 10 10

3 5 9

F 25 29

SHG 0 0

PPG/O 2-for-4 1-for-4

Pct. .500 .250

Goaltending NU Juliano Pagliero (W, 17-6-4) BSU Matt Climie (L, 14-8-3) empty net

Bemidji State Lines

1 7 1 5 0

2 11 2 12 0

3 9 3 5 0

1F Jarvis Pope Marino 2F Scofield Winter Read 3F Cramer Lehrke Francis 4F Moggach McKelvie Lowe 1D Bostock Weselowski 2D Peluso McManamin 3D Deterding Hardwick bold= starting line TOTAL

Tot 27 Tot 22 0

Min GA 60:00 2 Min GA 59:55 3 0:05 0

2-4=6 pts 1-2=3 pts 2-2=4 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 7-11=18 pts

NIAGARA, N.Y. - Two goals in the final four minutes of the second period lifted Niagara University past the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team Sunday, in the 2008 College Hockey America Tournament Championship game. The 3-2 Niagara victory ends the Beavers’ campaign while it punches the Purple Eagles’ ticket to the NCAA Tournament. The Beavers held a 2-1 lead with 12:33 gone in the second period, but Chris Moran forced the puck past BSU goaltender Matt Climie at the 16:28-mark only for Kyle Rogers to follow with a power-play marker two minutes and forty-seven seconds later it put BSU behind, 3-2, heading into the final 20 minutes. The Beavers battled until the end, but failed to capitalize on solid scoring opportunities in the third and, in turn, saw the season come to a close. Just as in the Saturday’s semifinal game, the Bemidji State powerplay proved to be an early spark for the Beavers. Before three minutes rolled off the clock, BSU was up 1-0 on a Brandon Marino goal. Chris Peluso started the play with a shot from the point and was redirected by Travis Winter who was parked in front of the net. Although NU’s goaltender Juliano Pagliero stopped the initial shot, Marino was there to clean up rebound, potting his third goal of the season. BSU blue liner Graham McManamin was whistled for tripping at the 9:42 mark, putting the Beavers a man short for the second time in the game and it would take NU just 32 seconds to take advantage. Ted Cook tied the game at one goal apiece at the 10:19 mark. The McManamin penalty offered the Purple Eagles a huge swing of momentum. In addition to getting NU back in the game, the Beavers struggled to regain their aggressive attack and registered just one shot in the final 10 minutes of the frame as the teams skated off the ice at the end of one period with score tied 1-1. Tyler Lehrke put the Beavers back on top midway through the second frame neatly placing a goal in the upper left corner of the net. Matt Francis was credited with the lone assist on the play. In the final seven minutes of the period, BSU would not only see Niagara level the score at 2-2 on a Moran even-strength goal, but when the penalty bug bit BSU again with 55 seconds to play in the stanza, it stung, as Rogers fired the eventual game-winning slap shot past Climie to put BSU in a one-goal hole with a period to play. The third period provided ample opportunity, but Bemidji State was unable to reel in the hometown Purple Eagles. In the period, the Beavers had a delayed penalty, five-on-three opportunity for 1:31, out shot the hosts 9-5 and received an extra surge when what would have been Niagara’s fourth goal was called back with 4:16 to play, but the Beavers could not break the seal Pagliero had on the goal.

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2007-08 Season in Review: Lineup Summary 2007-08 Player Honors Orlando Alamano l

Academic All-CHA

Jake Bluhm l

Academic All-CHA

Cody Bostock

11/19/07 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week Academic All-CHA l First Team All-CHA l l

Matt Climie

Preseason All-CHA 11/5/07 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week l 11/12/07 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week l 12/3/07 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week l 1/15/08 - INCH National Player of the Week l Academic All-CHA l Second Team All-CHA l l

Ryan Cramer l

3/5/08 - CHA Rookie of the Week

Matt Dalton l l

1/7/08 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week INCH Top-Rated Incoming Goaltender

David Deterding l l

12/10/07 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week Academic All-CHA

Matt Francis l

Academic All-CHA

Kyle Hardwick l

Academic All-CHA

Blaine Jarvis l

Academic All-CHA

Tyler Lehrke l

Academic All-CHA

Brandon Marino l

Academic All-CHA

Chris McKelvie l

Academic All-CHA

Graham McManamin l Academic

All-CHA

Joey Moggach l l

11/5/07 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week Academic All-CHA

Chris Peluso l

Academic All-CHA

Matt Pope l l

1/28/08 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week Academic All-CHA

Matt Read

11/19/07 - CHA Rookie of the Week l 12/3/07 - CHA Rookie of the Week l 12/10/07 - CHA Rookie of the Week l 1/14/08 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week l CHA All-Rookie Team l CHA Rookie of the Year l

Jamie Ruff l

10/15/07 - CHA Rookie of the Week

Tyler Scofield l

12/3/07 - CHA Offensive of the Week

Riley Weselowski l Academic

All-CHA

Trvis Winter

Preseason All-CHA 11/12/07 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week l 12/10/07 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week l Academic All-CHA l Second Team All-CHA l l

Head Coach Tom Serratore l CHA

Forwards

First Line (4) Left Wing Center Right Wing Scofield Winter Read Read Winter Francis Read Winter Marino Scofield Winter Francis Total

GP 29 4 2 1 36

GS 18 4 1 1 24

PPG 2.40 2.00 0.00 1.00 2.17

Points 29-40=69 3-5=8 0-0=0 0-1=1 32-46=78

Record 13-14-2 2-1-1 2-0-0 0-1-0 17-16-3

Second Line (4) Left Wing Center Right Wing Jarvis Pope Marino Jarvis Pope Moggach Moggach Pope Francis Moggach Pope Read Total

GP 18 16 1 1 36

GS 8 2 0 0 10

PPG 2.05 1.88 0.00 1.00 1.86

Points 17-20=37 14-16=30 0-0=0 0-1=1 30-37=67

Record 9-8-1 8-6-2 0-1-0 0-1-0 17-16-3

Third Line (12) Left Wing Center Right Wing Cramer Lehrke Francis Billberg Lehrke Francis Bluhm Marino Cramer Bluhm Lehrke Francis Jarvis Marino Cramer Francis Marino Cramer Lowe Lehrke Francis Francis Lowe Billberg Francis Ruff Billberg Billberg Marino Francis Francis Lowe Cramer Bluhm Lowe Cramer Total

GP 9 7 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 36

GS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PPG 1.67 1.57 1.20 1.00 0.00 0.50 0.50 0.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 1.00 1.14

Points 7-8=15 5-6=11 1-5=6 1-1=2 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-1=1 0-0=0 0-2=2 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-1=1 15-26=41

Record 5-4-0 3-3-1 2-2-1 2-0-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-1 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 17-16-3

Fourth Line (13) Left Wing Center Right Wing Lowe McKelvie Moggach McKelvie Lehrke Bluhm McKelvie Lehrke Billberg McKelvie Lehrke Cramer McKelvie Lowe Ruff McKelvie Lowe Cramer Bluhm McKelvie Cramer Moggach McKelvie Cramer Bluhm McKelvie Lowe McKelvie Lehrke Ruff McKelvie Billberg Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Lowe Lowe Lehrke Bluhm Total

GP 8 6 3 3 2 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 36

GS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

PPG 1.38 0.00 0.67 0.67 0.00 1.00 0.50 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.56

Points 5-6=11 0-0=0 1-1=2 1-1=2 0-0=0 1-1=2 1-0=1 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-0=0 9-10=19

Record 3-4-1 3-2-1 0-2-1 1-2-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 2-4-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 17-16-3

First Line (4) Left Defense Right Defense Peluso Deterding Bostock Weselowski Bostock Deterding Deterding Weselowski Total

GP 16 15 4 1 36

GS 13 7 4 0 24

PPG 0.25 1.00 0.75 2.00 0.67

Points 1-3=4 5-10=15 1-2=3 0-2=2 7-17=24

Record 7-7-2 7-7-1 2-2-0 1-0-0 17-16-3

Second Line (6) Left Defense Right Defense Bostock Vadnais Peluso McManamin Peluso Hardwick Deterding Hardwick MacIntyre Vadnais Bostock Hardwick Total

GP 15 11 4 4 1 1 36

GS 5 4 2 0 0 0 11

PPG 0.67 1.00 0.25 0.50 0.00 3.00 0.67

Points 4-6=10 2-9=11 0-1=1 0-1=2 0-0=0 1-2=3 7-17=24

Record 6-7-2 5-6-0 2-1-1 2-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 17-16-3

Third Line (9) Left Defense Right Defense Weselowski McManamin Hardwick Weselowski MacIntyre Deterding Peluso McManamin Deterding Hardwick MacIntyre Weselowski MacIntyre McManamin Peluso MacIntyre MacIntyre Hardwick Total

GP 9 5 5 4 4 3 3 1 2 36

GS 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

PPG 0.67 0.00 0.20 0.75 0.00 0.00 0.67 0.00 0.00 0.35

Points 1-5=6 0-0=0 0-1=1 1-2=3 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-2=2 0-0=0 0-0=0 2-10=12

Record 4-4-1 3-2-0 2-2-1 2-2-0 2-2-0 0-3-0 2-0-1 1-0-0 1-1-0 17-16-3

Defensemen

Coach of the Year

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College Hockey America

Birth of a Conference

College ice hockey’s continuing development and expansion received another boost during the summer of 1999 with the formation of College Hockey America. The seven charter members of the CHA were the United States Air Force Academy (Colo.), University of Alabama-Huntsville, United States Military Academy (N.Y.), Bemidji State University (Minn.), University of Findlay (Ohio), Niagara University (N.Y.), and Wayne State University (Mich.). “Hockey at all levels is experiencing unprecedented growth and popularity,” said storied BSU head coach and former CHA Commissioner R.H. “Bob” Peters. “The advent of College Hockey America is a monumental and historic event evidencing this growth at the collegiate level. To quote the late Bob Johnson, legendary college, Olympic and National Hockey League coach, ‘It’s a great day for hockey’.”

Leadership

In its inaugural season, the CHA coaches brought a collective 95 years of coaching experience, 1,754 wins and 33 postseason appearances to the conference. R.H. “Bob” Peters, who accepted the role of CHA Commissioner after retiring from coaching, was the dean of CHA coaches with more than 740 wins. The CHA was fortunate to have the guidance and leadership of WCHA commissioner Bruce McLeod for its first two years. McLeod worked with the seven league coaches and was instrumental in establishing the conference in 1999.

Something Old, Something New

The CHA encompasses programs steeped in tradition, such as former small-college powers Alabama-Huntsville and Bemidji State, to up and coming programs like Niagara, to college hockey newcomer Robert Morris. Bemidji State and Alabama-Huntsville competed for the Division II national championship six times in the 1990’s with the Beavers winning four times and the Chargers winning twice, and the two teams have now carried that rivalry to Division I. Bemidji State, which began playing hockey in 1948, had won a total of 13 national championships at the small college level before making the jump to Division I. Bemidji State (.678) and Alabama-Huntsville (.677) have the two highest all-time winning percentages amongst the 58 teams which currently comprise Division I hockey. Niagara began its Division I hockey program in 1996 and posted a winning season each of its first four years, culminating in NCAA Tournament berths in 2000, 2004 and 2008. Robert Morris which enters its fifth season of college hockey competition, posted eight wins during its inaugural 2004-05 campaign and posted its first season of .500-or-better in 2007-08 going 15-15-4 overall and clinging to a race for the regular season championship into the final three weeks of the season..

Evolution of CHA

Three founding members of College Hockey America remain with the conference - Ala.-Huntsville, Bemidji State and Niagara - while four have since departed. Army departed CHA for the MAAC, now Atlantic Hockey, following the league’s inaugural 1999-2000 season. Findlay competed in CHA for five seasons before folding both its men’s and women’s ice hockey programs due to budgetary reasons in 2004. Air Force competed in CHA for seven seasons before departing the conference for Atlantic Hockey following the 2005-06 season. The 2007-08 campaign was Wayne State’s last

All-Time College Hockey America Standings Team Years Ala.-Huntsville 9 Niagara 9 uBEMIDJI STATE 9 Wayne State (Mich.) 8a wAir Force (1999-2006) 7 wFindlay (1999-2004) 5 Robert Morris 4 wArmy (1999-2000) 1 College Hockey America games only w- former CHA member a- Wayne State did not play a full CHA schedule until 2000-01

as a member of the CHA as the institution folded its collegiate men’s hockey program. Robert Morris has been the only new addition to CHA since the conference was founded. The Colonials joined CHA when the school added Division I ice hockey as a varsity intercollegiate sport for the 2004-05 campaign.

CHA Regular-Season Schedule

The departure of Air Force and Wayne State in the last three seasons has left College Hockey America with four members beginning with the 2008-09 campaign, forcing the league to play an unbalanced, 18-game conference slate for the league’s members. In prior years, CHA has played a four-game round robin regular season schedule, with two games home and two games away against each of the league’s other teams. This year, the round robin is intact - each CHA program will play the others home and away in two-game series - but each program will also play one additional two-game series against each of the other three CHA programs. Bemidji State will play home series versus Ala.-Huntsville and will pick up extra road series with both Niagara and Robert Morris to bring the season series with each team to six games.

Quick Facts

Affiliation:.............................NCAA Division I Founded:.............................................. 1999 Web Site:.www.collegehockeyamerica.com NCAA Tournament Record......................1-7

Administration

CHA Championship

In addition to a challenging non-conference schedule and its regular conference slate, College Hockey America will conduct a postseason championship tournament for the 10 consecutive year. This year’s tournament will take place March 13-14, 2009 in Bemidji, Minn. The CHA Tournament champion will again receive an automatic bid to the 16-team NCAA Tournament. BSU has made the championship game in five of the last fix seasons and won the tournament crown in 2005 and 2006.

CHA interim commissioner Ed McLaughlin

assistant commissioner Jamie Gilliam

NCAA Tournament History

CHA programs have made seven trips to the NCAA Tournament, posting a record of 1-7. Niagara earned an at-large bid to the 2000 NCAA Championship after the CHA’s inaugural season. Niagara stunned New Hampshire 4-1 in Minneapolis, Minn, then fell to eventual national champion North Dakota, 4-1. Wayne State fell to Colorado College, 4-2, in the first round of the 2003 Midwest Regional. Niagara made its second NCAA trip in 2004, falling in the first round, 5-2, to Boston College. Bemidji State was CHA’s first back-to-back participant in the NCAA Tournament (2005, 2006), and was defeated by the eventual national champion in each of its appearances. BSU took Denver to overtime before losing 4-3 in the semifinals of the 2005 Northeast Regional, and fell 4-0 to Wisconsin in the semifinals of the 2006 Midwest Regional. The 2007 CHA representative in the NCAA Tournament was Alabama-Huntsville. The Cinderella ride through the CHA Tournament for the No. 5 seed was ended when it faced Notre Dame in the Regional Semifinals. The Fighting Irish defeated the Chargers 3-2. Last season, Niagara was the league representative in the NCAA Tournament. The Purple Eagles fell to Michigan, 5-1, in the East Regional Semifinal.

Points 207 228 219 137 97 65 67 4

W 95 100 96 59 39 27 30 1

L 76 52 56 78 83 62 39 9

T 13 22 21 19 11 9 7 0

Pct .552 .634 .612 .439 .335 .321 .441 .100

Season Titles 2 3 3 1 0 0 0 0

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

Playoff Titles 1 3 2 3 0 0 0 0

Commissioner Ed McLaughlin Office................................... (716) 286-8600 FAX...................................... (716) 287-8609 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2009 Niagara University, N.Y 14109 Assistant Commisioner Public Relations Jamie Gilliam Office:.................................. (256) 824-2201 FAX:..................................... (256) 284-6584 e-mail:....................... jamie.gilliam@uah.edu Mailing Address 205 Spragins Hall Huntzville, Ala. 35899 Webmaster Nathan Looney e-mail:................. nathanlooney@gmail.com Supervisor of Officials Greg Shepherd Office:.................................. (651) 229-2507 FAX:.......................................651-451-9995

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2007-08 CHA Season in Review Academic All-CHA Selections Alabama-Huntsville (9) Kevin Morrison* So. Mississauga, Ontario Josh Murray** Jr. Terrace, British Columbia Davide Nicoletti* So. Toronto, Ontario Bemidji State (14) Orlando Alamano*** Jr. Fresno, Calif. Jake Bluhm*** Sr. Red Wing, Minn. Cody Bostock** Jr. Salmon Arm, British Columbia Matt Climie*** Sr. Leduc, Alberta Dave Deterding*** Sr. Alexandria, Minn. Matt Francis* Jr. Surrey, British Columbia Kyle Hardwick* So. Warroad, Minn. Blaine Jarvis** Sr. Gladstone, Manitoba Tyler Lehrke* So. Park Rapids, Minn. Brandon Marino** Jr. Riverside, Calif. Chris McKelvie* So. New Brighton, Minn. Graham McManamin* So. Anchorage, Alaska Joey Moggach* So. Brandon, Manitoba Chris Peluso* So. Wadena, Minn. Matt Pope*** Sr. Langley, British Columbia John Vadnais* Sr. Stillwater, Minn. Riley Weselowski*** Sr. Pilot Mound, Manitoba Travis Winter** Jr. St. Cloud, Minn. Niagara (11) Travis Anderson*** Jr. Ryan Annesley* So. Jim Burchin* So. Cliff Ketchen*** Sr. Egor Mironov* So. Scott Mollison*** Sr. Chris Moran* So. Vince Rocco** Jr. Armando Scarlato** Jr. Tayler Simpson*** Sr. Dan Sullivan** Jr.

Coon Rapids, Minn. Ajax, Ontario Strongsville, Ohio Winnipeg, Manitoba Thornhill, Ontario Winnipeg, Manitoba Buffalo, N.Y. Woodbridge, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Ottawa, Ontario Scarborough, Ontario

Final 2006-07 CHA Standings Team uBEMIDJI STATE % Niagara &$ Robert Morris Wayne State Ala.-Huntsville

GP 36 37 34 38 31

CHA Only W L 13 4 12 6 10 7 6 14 3 13

T 3 2 3 0 4

Pts 29 26 23 12 10

GF 71 71 67 54 40

GA 39 51 67 71 75

Overall W L 17 16 22 11 15 15 11 25 6 21

T 3 4 4 2 4

GF 102 128 114 54 60

GA 82 98 127 71 117

% CHA Regular Season Champion & CHA Tournament Champion $ NCAA Tournament Participant - CHA Automatic Qualifier

2007 All-CHA Teams First-Team All-CHA

Player

Year Pos

Ryan Cruthers* Vince Rocco* Stavros Paskaris Jeff Caister uCody Bostock Ryan Annesley Juliano Pagliero

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

* Indicates unanimous selection

CHA Player of the Year:

School

Hometown

Forward Robert Morris Forward Niagara Forward Wayne State Defense Wayne State Defense Bemidji State Defense Niagara Goalie Niagara

Farmingdale, N.Y. Woodbridge, Ontario Dearborn, Mich. Mississauga, Ontario Salmon Arm, British Columbia Ajax, Ontario Dalroy, Alberta

Ryan Cruthers, Robert Morris

Robert Morris (13) Tom Biondich* Sr. International Falls, Minn. Logan Bittle** Sr. Peoria, Ill. David Boguslawski*** Sr. Cottage Grove, Minn. Andrew Bonello* Sr. Brampton, Ontario Christian Boucher*** Sr. Orleans, Ontario Rob Cowan*** Sr. Calgary, Alberta Ryan Cruthers* Sr. Farmingdale, N.Y. Joel Gasper*** Sr. Crookston, Minn. Chris Kaufman*** Sr. Gig Harbor, Wash. Jake Sparks*** Sr. Evergreen, Colo. Eric Trax *** Sr. Finleyville, Pa. Tyler Webb* So. Austin, Texas Wayne State (11) Derek Bachynski* Sr. Ryan Bernardi* So. Brett Bothwell* So. Jeff Caister* So. Stavros Paskaris*** Sr. Derek Punches** Jr.

Belle River, Ontario Etobicoke, Ontario Red Deer, Alberta Mississauga, Ontario Dearborn, Mich. Manchester, Mich.

* Indicates number of previous CHA All-Academic honors

Easton Three-Star Award Player Year Pos School Kevin Morrison Alabama-Huntsville uMatt Climie Bemidji State Juliano Pagliero Niagara Ryan Cruthers % Robert Morris Starvos Paskaris Wayne State % Easton Three-Star Co-Player of the Year

2008 All-CHA First Team: (left to right) Ryan Cruthers, Robert Morris; Stavros Paskaris, Wayne State; Vince Rocco, Niagara; Jeff Caister, Wayne State; Cody Bostock, Bemidji State; Ryan Annesley, Niagara; Juliano Pagliero, Niagara; R.H. “Bob” Peters, CHA Commissioner.

Second-Team All-CHA Player Year Matt Caruana Sr. uTravis Winter Jr. Chris Margott Jr. Tyler Gotto So. uMatt Climie Sr.

Pos School Hometown Forward Niagara Orono, Ontario Forward Bemidji State St. Cloud, Minn. Forward Robert Morris Thousand Oaks, Calif. Defense Niagara Calgary, Alberta Goalie Bemidji State Leduc, Alberta

All-Rookie Team Player Year Matt Read* Fr. Nathan Longpre* Fr. Andrew Coburn Fr. Denny Urban* Fr. Ryan Adams Fr. Adam Avramenko Fr. CHA Rookie of the Year:

Pos School Forward Bemidji State Forward Robert Morris Forward Alabama-Huntsville Defense Robert Morris Defense Wayne State Goalie Niagara uMatt Read, Bemidji State

Hometown Ilderton, Ontario Peterborough, Ontario Mount Forest, Ontario Pittsburgh, Pa. Deloraine, Manitoba Strathmore, Alberta

* Indicates unanimous selection

CHA Coach of the Year: CHA Student-Athlete of the Year:

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2007-08 Final CHA Statistical Leaders

Scoring: All Games

1 Ryan Cruthers Robert Morris SR F 2 Vince Rocco Niagara JR F 3 Chris Margott Robert Morris JR F 4 Matt Caruana Niagara SR F Stavros Paskaris Wayne State SR F 6 Ted Cook Niagara JR F Jeff Caister Wayne State SO D 8 Chris Moran Niagara SO F 9 uMatt Read Bemidji State FR F 10 uTyler Scofield Bemidji State JR F 11 Sean Berkstresser Robert Morris SR F 12 Jason Towsley Robert Morris JR F Nathan Longpre Robert Morris FR F uTravis Winter Bemidji State JR F Egor Mironov Niagara SO F 16 Kyle Rogers Niagara JR F Tyler Gotto Niagara SO D uMatt Pope Bemidji State SR F 19 Tylor Michel Wayne State SR F 20 Derek Bachynski Wayne State SR F Denny Urban Robert Morris FR D David Ross Niagara FR F uBlaine Jarvis Bemidji State SR F 24 Paul Zanette Niagara FR F uCody Bostock Bemidji State JR D Ryan Annesley Niagara SO D Derek Punches Wayne State JR F

GP 34 37 34 37 38 37 38 37 36 30 33 32 33 36 37 34 34 36 37 20 30 31 36 34 35 37 38

PPG 1.44 1.24 1.29 1.05 1.03 0.84 0.82 0.76 0.75 0.87 0.76 0.75 0.73 0.67 0.65 0.68 0.68 0.64 0.59 1.05 0.70 0.68 0.58 0.56 0.54 0.51 0.50

Points 22-27-49 14-32-46 18-26-44 17-22-39 14-25-39 19-12-31 3-28-31 8-20-28 9-18-27 13-13-26 9-16-25 9-15-24 7-17-24 9-15-24 15- 9-24 10-13-23 2-21-23 14- 9-23 7-15-22 9-12-21 6-15-21 6-15-21 13- 8-21 7-12-19 7-12-19 7-12-19 10- 9-19

Defenseman Scoring: All Games 1 Jeff Caister Wayne State SO D 2 Tyler Gotto Niagara SO D 3 Denny Urban Robert Morris FR D 4 uCody Bostock Bemidji State JR D Ryan Annesley Niagara SO D 6 Brandon Roshko Alab-Huntsville SO D 7 Chris Kaufman Robert Morris SR D 8 uGraham McManamin Bemidji State SO D Scott Kalinchuk Alab-Huntsville JR D 10 Matt Krug Wayne State JR D

GP 38 34 30 35 37 30 34 29 31 37

PPG 0.82 0.68 0.70 0.54 0.51 0.57 0.47 0.48 0.45 0.35

Goals Against Average: All Games 1 uMatt Climie Bemidji State SR 2 Juliano Pagliero Niagara JR 3 Blake MacNicol Alab-Huntsville SO 4 Christian Boucher Robert Morris SR 5 Brett Bothwell Wayne State SO

Min 1529:06 1703:34 1296:06 1646:42 1214:21

Points 3-28-31 2-21-23 6-15-21 7-12-19 7-12-19 0-17-17 3-13-16 3-11-14 3-11-14 5- 8-13

GA 55 66 69 89 68

GAA 2.16 2.32 3.19 3.24 3.36

Scoring Offense: All Games

1 Niagara 2 Robert Morris 3 uBemidji State 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

Games Goals G/GM 37 128 3.46 34 114 3.35 36 102 2.83 38 90 2.37 31 60 1.94

Scoring Defense: All Games 1 uBemidji State 2 Niagara 3 Wayne State 4 Robert Morris 5 Alab-Huntsville

Power Play: All Games

1 Niagara 2 uBemidji State 3 Robert Morris 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

Penalty Kill: All Games

1 uBemidji State 2 Niagara 3 Robert Morris 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

Games 36 37 38 34 31

Goals 82 98 132 127 117

G/GM 2.28 2.65 3.47 3.74 3.77

Totals 41/179 36/172 34/184 34/196 16/157

SHA 6 6 2 4 0

PCT 22.9 20.9 18.5 17.3 10.2

SHF PCT 3 86.3 2 80.2 5 78.9 2 76.5 3 71.9

Totals 164/190 130/162 153/194 156/204 105/146

Scoring: CHA Games

1 Ryan Cruthers Robert Morris SR F 2 Stavros Paskaris Wayne State SR F 3 Vince Rocco Niagara JR F 4 Chris Margott Robert Morris JR F 5 uMatt Read Bemidji State FR F 6 Matt Caruana Niagara SR F 7 Derek Bachynski Wayne State SR F 8 uTyler Scofield Bemidji State JR F 9 Tyler Gotto Niagara SO D uTravis Winter Bemidji State JR F 11 Sean Berkstresser Robert Morris SR F 12 David Ross Niagara FR F Jason Towsley Robert Morris JR F uMatt Pope Bemidji State SR F Ted Cook Niagara JR F uBlaine Jarvis Bemidji State SR F Tylor Michel Wayne State SR F 18 Denny Urban Robert Morris FR D Egor Mironov Niagara SO F uCody Bostock Bemidji State JR D Chris Moran Niagara SO F Jeff Caister Wayne State SO D 23 uBrandon Marino Bemidji State JR F Derek Punches Wayne State JR F Ryan Annesley Niagara SO D 26 Paul Zanette Niagara FR F 27 Matt Sweazey Alab-Huntsville JR F

GP 20 20 20 20 20 20 14 16 18 20 19 16 19 20 20 20 20 18 20 20 20 20 16 20 20 20 20

PPG Points 1.55 14-17-31 1.35 9-18-27 1.30 8-18-26 1.25 11-14-25 1.05 7-14-21 1.00 8-12-20 1.36 8-11-19 1.12 9- 9-18 0.94 1-16-17 0.85 7-10-17 0.84 6-10-16 0.94 4-11-15 0.79 3-12-15 0.75 11- 4-15 0.75 11- 4-15 0.75 8- 7-15 0.75 3-12-15 0.78 2-12-14 0.70 7- 7-14 0.70 5- 9-14 0.70 3-11-14 0.70 1-13-14 0.81 1-12-13 0.65 8- 5-13 0.65 6- 7-13 0.60 6- 6-12 0.55 7- 4-11

Defenseman Scoring: CHA Games 1 Tyler Gotto Niagara SO D 2 Denny Urban Robert Morris FR D uCody Bostock Bemidji State JR D Jeff Caister Wayne State SO D 5 Ryan Annesley Niagara SO D 6 Brandon Roshko Alab-Huntsville SO D 7 Matt Krug Wayne State JR D 8 uGraham McManamin Bemidji State SO D Brennan Barker Alab-Huntsville SO D Chris Kaufman Robert Morris SR D

GP 18 18 20 20 20 20 19 17 19 20

PPG 0.94 0.78 0.70 0.70 0.65 0.55 0.53 0.53 0.47 0.45

Goals Against Average: CHA Games 1 uMatt Climie Bemidji State SR 2 Juliano Pagliero Niagara JR 3 Brett Bothwell Wayne State SO 4 Christian Boucher Robert Morris SR 5 Blake MacNicol Alab-Huntsville SO

Min 1111:49 861:30 726:44 1131:04 894:43

Scoring Offense: CHA Games

1 uBemidji State Niagara 3 Robert Morris 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

Games 20 20 20 20 20

Power Play: CHA Games

1 uBemidji State 2 Niagara 3 Robert Morris 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

Penalty Kill: CHA Games

1 uBemidji State 2 Niagara 3 Robert Morris 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

Points 1-16-17 2-12-14 5- 9-14 1-13-14 6- 7-13 0-11-11 4- 6-10 2- 7- 9 3- 6- 9 1- 8- 9

GA 33 29 36 58 46

GAA 1.78 2.02 2.97 3.08 3.08

Goals 71 71 67 54 40

G/GM 3.55 3.55 3.35 2.70 2.00

Games 20 20 20 20 20

Goals 39 51 67 71 75

G/GM 1.95 2.55 3.35 3.55 3.75

Totals 26/ 89 22/ 98 23/109 20/ 98 11/106

SHA 3 3 2 1 0

PCT 29.2 22.4 21.1 20.4 10.4

Totals 90/ 98 76/ 93 96/119 74/ 99 62/ 91

SHF 2 1 3 0 3

PCT 91.8 81.7 80.7 74.7 68.1

Scoring Defense: CHA Games

1 uBemidji State 2 Niagara 3 Robert Morris 4 Wayne State 5 Alab-Huntsville

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

CHA Players of the Week Offense Oct. 15 Jason Towsley Robert Morris Oct. 22 Kyle Rogers Niagara Oct. 29 Matt Caruana Niagara Nov. 5 uJoey Moggach Bemidji State Nov. 12 uTravis Winter Bemidji State Nov. 19 Chris Margott Robert Morris Nov. 26 None Selected Dec. 3 uTyler Scofield Bemidji State Dec. 10 uTravis Winter Bemidji State Dec. 17 Sean Berkstresser Robert Morris Dec. 24 None Selected Jan. 7 Ryan Cruthers Robert Morris Jan. 14 uMatt Read Bemidji State Jan. 21 Vince Rocco Niagara Jan. 28 uMatt Pope Bemidji State Feb. 4 Cale Tanaka Ala.-Huntsville Feb. 11 Ryan Cruthers Robert Morris Feb. 18 Derek Bachynski Wayne State Feb. 25 Brennan Barker Ala.-Huntsville Mar. 3 Vince Rocco Niagara Mar. 10 Stavros Paskaris Wayne State Defense Oct. 15 Christian Boucher Robert Morris Oct. 22 Juliano Pagliero Niagara Oct. 29 Christian Boucher Robert Morris Nov. 5 uMatt Climie Bemidji State Nov. 12 uMatt Climie Bemidji State Nov. 19 Cody Bostock Bemidji State Nov. 26 None Selected Dec. 3 uMatt Climie Bemidji State Dec. 10 uMatt Climie Bemidji State Dec. 17 Chris Kaufman Robert Morris Dec. 24 None Selected Jan. 7 Chris Kaufman Robert Morris Jan. 14 Jeff Caister Wayne State Jan. 21 Armando Scarlato Niagara Jan. 28 Juliano Pagliero Niagara Feb. 4 Brett Bothwell Wayne State Feb. 11 Juliano Pagliero Niagara Feb. 18 Jeff Caister Wayne State Feb. 25 Juliano Pagliero Niagara Mar. 3 Ryan Annesley Niagara Mar. 10 Blake MacNicol Ala.-Huntsville Rookie Oct. 15 uJamie Ruff Oct. 22 Mike Ward Oct. 29 Paul Zanette Nov. 5 Bryan Haczyk Nov. 12 Kyle Funkenhauser Nov. 19 uMatt Read Nov. 26 None Selected Dec. 3 uMatt Read Dec. 10 uMatt Read Dec. 17 Adam Avramenko Dec. 24 None Selected Jan. 7 uMatt Dalton Jan. 14 Mike Devoney Jan. 21 Andrew Coburn Jan. 28 Chirs Kushneriuk Feb. 4 Andrew Coburn Feb. 11 Denny Uraban Feb. 18 Joey Koudys Feb. 25 Joey Koudys Mar. 3 uRyan Cramer Mar. 10 Denny Urban

Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville Niagara Niagara Wayne State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Niagara Bemidji State Wayne State Ala.-Huntsville Wayne State Ala.-Huntsville Robert Morris Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville Bemidji State Robert Morris

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Bemidji State Hockey All-Time Season Results

Year

GP

W-L-T

Conf.

W-L-T

Finish

GF

GA

Coach

Captains

1947-48

10

2-8-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

37

64

Jack Aldrich

E. Johnson

1948-49

15

9-6-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

73

49

Eric Hughes

J. Emkovik, D. Radniecki

1949-50

15

8-7-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

69

78

Eric Hughes

J. Whiting

1950-1959

program suspended / arena roof collapsed

1959-60

4

2-2-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

30

9

Vic Weber

R. McKechney, W. Bovay

1960-61

10

6-4-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

31

32

Vic Weber

R. McKechney

1961-62

12

8-4-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

57

24

Vic Weber

M. Sanderson, J. O’Neil

1962-63

12

6-5-1

n/a

n/a

n/a

66

43

Vic Weber

M. Sanderson

1963-64

12

8-3-1

n/a

n/a

n/a

67

28

Vic Weber

T. Saterdalen

1964-65

12

10-1-1

n/a

n/a

n/a

87

30

Wayne Peterson

B. Glaseman, J. Scaletta

1965-66

13

12-1-0

n/a

n/a

n/a

67

33

Vic Weber

J. Thompson

1966-67

19

13-5-1

ICHA

10-2-0

t-1st

96

59

R.H. “Bob” Peters

T. Burns

1967-68

24

16-8-0

ICHA

6-6-0

n/a

156

80

R.H. “Bob” Peters

T. Burns, R. Anderson

1968-69

25

23-2-0

ICHA

11-1-0

1st

259

62

R.H. “Bob” Peters

T. Burns, J. McElmury, B. Grand

1969-70

27

24-3-0

ICHA

10-2-0

1st

206

66

R.H. “Bob” Peters

J. McElmury, B. Grand, B. Dillon

1970-71

28

20-7-1

ICHA

10-1-1

1st

172

64

R.H. “Bob” Peters

J. McElmury, J. Boulianne, B. Falk

1971-72

26

13-12-1

ICHA

5-6-1

n/a

123

122

R.H. “Bob” Peters

D. Lemieux, L. Smith, G. Bock

1972-73

30

23-6-1

ICHA

8-4-0

t-1st

272

96

R.H. “Bob” Peters

L. Smith, S. Preston, J. Birrenkott

1973-74

31

20-10-1

ICHA

9-3-0

1st

179

122

R.H. “Bob” Peters

J. Birrenkott, J. Borden

1974-75

28

13-15-0

ICHA

2-10-0

n/a

138

125

R.H. “Bob” Peters

G. Chiodo, S. Curly, G. Ross

1975-76

31

22-9-0

ICHA

8-4-0

1st

179

116

R.H. “Bob” Peters

M. Eagles, M. Kristo, D. Boeke

1976-77

31

24-4-3

ICHA

9-3-2

1st

172

82

R.H. “Bob” Peters

S. Seide, J. Baumgartner, D. Melhus

1977-78

31

25-5-1

ICHA

11-3-0

1st

210

105

R.H. “Bob” Peters

D. Melhus, S. Seide, D. Mueller

1978-79

29

27-2-0

ICHA

9-0-0

1st

218

66

R.H. “Bob” Peters

M. Gibbons, M. Heaviland, S. Currie

1979-80

32

24-8-0

ICHA

5-2-0

n/a

171

107

R.H. “Bob” Peters

D. Baldwin, B. Carleton, G. Krawchuck

1980-81

31

24-7-0

NCHA

8-4-0

n/a

195

89

R.H. “Bob” Peters

T. Montebello, G. Tveit, J. Scanlan

1981-82

31

25-5-1

NCHA

16-3-1

1st

173

76

R.H. “Bob” Peters

K. Dade, J. Scanlan, M. Masterson

1982-83

37

30-6-1

NCHA

16-3-1

1st

199

97

Mike Gibbons

R. Anderson, K. Dade, T. Rood

1983-84

31

31-0-0

NCHA

18-0-0

1st

210

71

R.H. “Bob” Peters

D. Bradley, J. Otto, B. Fitzgerald

1984-85

35

27-6-2

NCHA

14-3-1

1st

205

114

R.H. “Bob” Peters

E. Gager, M. Liska, W. Jellison

1985-86

35

25-9-1

NCHA

12-6-0

t-1st

219

140

R.H. “Bob” Peters

M. Alexander, S. Lundeen, T. Lescarbeau

1986-87

35

22-12-1

NCHA

12-7-1

3rd

172

136

R.H. “Bob” Peters

T. Donaldson, D. Kimball, T. Serratore, T. Lescarbeau

1987-88

38

24-11-3

NCHA

15-6-3

2nd

197

123

R.H. “Bob” Peters

G. Biskup, T. Guyer, I. Resch

1988-89

36

19-13-4

NCHA

11-8-1

3rd

166

129

R.H. “Bob” Peters

D. Richards, J. Tyler

1989-90

28

15-11-2

NCHA

11-11-2

5th

130

104

R.H. “Bob” Peters

B. Harrison, K. Devescovi, B. Tookenay

1990-91

30

21-6-3

NCHA

17-4-3

t-1st

161

95

R.H. “Bob” Peters

B. Tookenay, S. Johnson, P. Cullen

1991-92

30

16-9-5

NCHA

9-8-3

4th

152

118

R.H. “Bob” Peters

P. Ferry, O.J. Kennett, B. Coleman

1992-93

31

24-7-0

NCHA

14-6-0

2nd

188

111

R.H. “Bob” Peters

J. Erb, D. Tollefson, G. Gustason, S. Taggert

1993-94

33

21-9-3

NCHA

12-6-2

3rd

145

109

R.H. “Bob” Peters

C. Morque, J. Hause, J. Mack

1994-95

33

24-7-2

NCHA

16-3-1

1st

176

96

R.H. “Bob” Peters

O. Belisle, K. Bjornson, C. McKechney

1995-96

29

16-9-4

NCHA

13-5-2

2nd

124

107

R.H. “Bob” Peters

B. Adlys, C Matatall, E. Monsrud

1996-97

34

25-7-2

NCHA

14-5-1

2nd

186

110

R.H. “Bob” Peters

J. Sobb, J. Logan, T. Edwards

1997-98

34

22-10-2

NCHA

14-6-0

3rd

168

110

R.H. “Bob” Peters

M. Donaghue, J. Logan, J. Klingfus

1998-99

30

17-13-0

NCHA

10-6-0

3rd

114

103

R.H. “Bob” Peters

C. Chartrand, G. Ambrose, M. Lafleur

1999-00

34

13-20-1

CHA

8-8-1

3rd/7

107

155

R.H. “Bob” Peters

C. Chartrand, D. Pelletier

2000-01

34

4-26-4

CHA

4-12-3

6th/6

77

133

R.H. “Bob” Peters

M. Phenow, T. Belisle

2001-02

35

12-18-5

CHA

8-7-4

2nd/6

116

146

Tom Serratore

M. Phenow, C. Simmons (A), Br. Methven (A)

2002-03

36

14-14-8

CHA

10-6-4

t-3rd/6

95

98

Tom Serratore

Br. Methven, J. Hanowski (A), A. Murray (A), J. McGill (A)

2003-04

36

20-13-3

CHA

16-3-1

1st/6

131

94

Tom Serratore

Br. Methven, J. Hanowski (A), A. Murray (A)

2004-05

37

23-13-1

CHA

16-4-0

1st/6

123

95

Tom Serratore

A. Murray, J-G Gervais (A), B. Cook (A)

2005-06

37

20-14-3

CHA

12-7-1

t-2nd/6

125

97

Tom Serratore

J-G Gervais, L. Erickson (A), D. Deterding (A), A. Martens (A)

2006-07

33

14-14-5

CHA

9-6-5

2nd/5

97

109

Tom Seratore

L. Erickson, D. Deterding (A), J. Bluhm (A)

2007-08

36

17-16-3

CHA

13-4-3

1st/5

102

82

Tom Serratore

D. Deterding, J. Bluhm (A), T. Winter (A)

Division I era

ICHA- International Collegiate Hockey Association NCHA- Northern Collegiate Hockey Association CHA- College Hockey America (NCAA Division I)

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2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey Year-by-Year Offensive Statistics YEAR

GP

G

A

PTS

G/Gm

+/-

PIM

PP

SH

GW

GT

SOG

1947-48

10

37

0

37

3.70

n/a

0

n/a

n/a

2

0

n/a

n/a

1948-49

15

73

53

126

4.87

n/a

10

n/a

n/a

9

0

n/a

n/a

15

69

38

107

4.60

n/a

32

n/a

n/a

8

0

n/a

n/a

1949-50 1951-59

PCT

program suspended / arena roof collapsed

1959-60

4

30

23

53

7.50

n/a

8

n/a

n/a

2

0

n/a

n/a

1960-61

10

31

20

51

3.10

n/a

28.5

n/a

n/a

6

0

n/a

n/a

1961-62

12

57

51

108

4.75

n/a

72

n/a

n/a

8

0

n/a

n/a

1962-63

12

66

65

131

5.50

n/a

102

n/a

n/a

6

0

n/a

n/a n/a

1963-64

12

67

63

130

5.58

n/a

96

n/a

n/a

8

1

n/a

1964-65

12

87

88

175

7.25

n/a

141

6

4

10

0

513

-

1965-66

13

67

53

120

5.15

n/a

165

7

2

12

0

471

-

1966-67

19

96

97

193

5.05

n/a

202

5

0

13

1

259

-

1967-68

24

156

157

313

6.50

n/a

261

23

7

16

0

475

-

1968-69

25

186

259

445

7.44

n/a

374

26

10

23

0

1,040

.179

1969-70

27

206

285

491

u7.63

n/a

328

35

7

24

0

1,179

.175 u.187

1970-71

28

172

231

403

6.14

n/a

368

15

11

20

0

922

1971-72

26

123

179

302

4.73

n/a

319

32

4

13

1

970

.127

1972-73

30

181

272

453

6.03

n/a

275

26

9

23

0

1,279

.142

1973-74

31

179

264

443

5.77

n/a

387

40

5

20

0

1,337

.134

1974-75

28

138

208

346

6.00

n/a

454

29

6

13

0

1,237

.112

1975-76

31

179

259

438

5.77

n/a

433

54

2

22

0

1,233

.145

1976-77

31

172

249

421

5.55

n/a

465

26

u16

24

1

1,357

.127

1977-78

31

210

315

525

6.77

n/a

457

54

8

25

1

1,239

.169

1978-79

29

218

u351

569

7.52

n/a

350

44

9

27

0

1,379

.158

1979-80

32

171

266

437

5.34

n/a

465

32

8

24

0

1,221

.140

1980-81

31

195

295

490

6.29

n/a

356

47

6

24

0

1,350

.144

1981-82

31

173

249

422

5.58

n/a

490

40

4

25

1

1,282

.135

1982-83

37

199

285

484

5.38

n/a

610

46

9

30

1

1,523

.131

1983-84

31

210

315

525

6.77

n/a

385

u73

9

u31

0

1,520

.138

1984-85

35

205

310

515

5.86

n/a

455

61

6

27

1

u1,530

.134

1985-86

35

u219

u351

u570

6.26

n/a

410

50

7

25

1

1,388

.158

1986-87

35

172

259

431

4.91

n/a

438

41

9

22

1

1,408

.122

1987-88

u38

197

304

501

5.18

n/a

519

56

9

24

2

1,497

.132

1988-89

36

166

254

420

4.61

n/a

534

43

7

19

3

1,256

.132

1989-90

28

130

212

342

4.64

n/a

469

37

2

15

0

1,078

.121

1990-91

30

161

258

419

5.37

n/a

500

37

4

21

3

1,034

.156

1991-92

30

152

270

422

5.07

n/a

695

55

8

16

0

1,176

.129

1992-93

31

188

323

511

6.06

n/a

735

58

8

24

0

1,367

.138

1993-94

33

145

247

392

4.39

n/a

u959

38

9

21

0

1,199

.121

1994-95

33

176

209

418

5.33

n/a

701

40

11

24

1

1,239

.142

1995-96

29

124

221

345

4.28

n/a

645

35

4

16

1

1,033

.120

1996-97

34

186

322

508

5.47

n/a

692

44

9

25

0

1,287

.145

1997-98

34

168

285

453

4.94

+337

788

35

11

22

2

1,360

.124

1998-99

30

114

185

299

3.80

+56

499

24

8

17

0

949

.120

1999-00

34

107

178

285

3.15

-138

694

30

4

13

0

898

.119

2000-01

34

77

117

194

2.26

-190

425

23

5

4

3

947

.081

2001-02

35

116

184

300

3.31

-148

492

35

5

12

4

1,052

.110

2002-03

36

95

155

250

2.64

-50

505

33

3

14

4

1,164

.082

Division I era

2003-04

36

131

210

341

3.64

+123

520

37

6

20

3

1,250

.105

2004-05

37

123

201

324

3.32

+77

611

40

7

23

0

1,265

.097

2005-06

37

125

208

333

3.38

+123

740

39

6

20

1

1,139

.110

2006-07

33

97

161

258

2.94

+8

593

31

7

14

u5

958

.101

2007-08 D1 Totals All-Time

36

102

165

276

2.83

+49

514

35

3

17

1

1,088

.094

318

973

1,579

2,561

3.06

-146

5,094

302

45

137

21

9,761

.100

1,446

7,224

10,575

17,812

5.00

n/a

21,767

1,617

294

923

43

50,348

.143

u school record key: GP: Games Played / G: Goals Scored / A: Assists / P: Points Scored (goals + assists) / PIM: Penalty Minutes / PP=Power-Play Goals / SH: Short-Handed Goals / GW: Game-Winning Goals / GT: Game-Tying Goals / SOG: Shots on Goal / Pct: Shot Percentage stats prior to 1959-60 are based on available information and may be incomplete

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey Year-by-Year Goaltending Statistics

YEAR

GP

Min

GAA

W

L

T

SO

EN

GA

GA/Gm

SV

SOG

PCT

1947-48

10

600

6.400

2

8

0

0

0

64

6.40

87

151

.5762

1948-49

15

890

3.303

9

6

0

3

0

49

3.27

255

304

.8388

1949-50

15

900

5.200

8

7

0

1

0

78

5.20

281

359

.7827

1951-59

program suspended / arena roof collapsed

1959-60

4

223

2.422

2

2

0

1

0

9

2.25

41

50

.8200

1960-61

10

602

3.189

6

4

0

0

0

32

3.20

198

234

.8609

1961-62

12

726

u1.983

8

4

0

2

0

24

u2.00

224

248

.9032

1962-63

12

730

3.534

6

5

1

1

0

43

3.58

257

300

.8567

1963-64

12

730

2.301

8

3

1

3

0

28

2.33

306

334

.9162

1964-65

12

720

2.500

10

1

1

0

2

30

2.50

249

279

.8925 u.9238

1965-66

13

790

2.506

12

1

0

0

0

33

2.54

400

433

1966-67

19

1,140

3.105

13

5

1

3

0

59

3.11

592

651

.9094

1967-68

24

1,443

3.326

16

8

0

3

0

80

3.33

690

770

.8961

1968-69

25

1,500

2.480

23

2

0

5

0

62

2.48

474

536

.8843

1969-70

27

1,635

2.422

24

3

0

2

0

66

2.44

639

705

.9064

1970-71

28

1,690

2.272

20

7

1

4

0

64

2.29

688

752

.9149

1971-72

26

1,575

4.648

13

12

1

1

0

122

4.69

908

1,030

.8816

1972-73

30

1,870

3.080

23

6

1

1

0

96

3.20

603

699

.8627

1973-74

31

1,865

3.925

20

10

1

2

1

122

3.94

830

952

.8718

1974-75

28

1,681

4.462

13

15

0

0

0

125

4.46

853

978

.8722

1975-76

31

1,862

3.738

22

9

0

0

0

116

3.74

895

1,011

.8853

1976-77

31

1,916

2.568

24

4

3

6

0

82

2.65

786

868

.9055

1977-78

31

1,880

3.351

25

5

1

1

0

105

3.39

768

873

.8797

1978-79

29

1,741

2.275

27

2

0

2

0

66

2.28

660

726

.9091

1979-80

32

1,921

3.342

24

8

0

2

0

107

3.34

896

1,003

.8933

1980-81

31

1,858

2.874

24

7

0

4

0

89

2.87

845

934

.9047

1981-82

31

1,865

2.445

25

5

1

4

1

76

2.45

816

893

.9148 .9042

1982-83

37

2,230

2.610

30

6

1

4

0

97

2.62

916

1,013

1983-84

31

1,860

2.290

u31

0

0

3

0

71

2.29

826

897

.9208

1984-85

35

2,142

3.193

27

6

2

0

3

114

3.26

957

1,071

.8936

1985-86

35

2,136

3.933

25

9

1

0

2

140

4.00

1,015

1,155

.8788

1986-87

35

2,115

3.858

22

12

1

2

3

136

3.89

1,076

1,212

.8878

1987-88

u38

u2,325

3.174

24

11

3

1

0

123

3.24

1,158

1,281

.9040

1988-89

36

2,187

3.539

19

13

4

3

0

129

3.58

u1,185

u1,314

.9018

1989-90

28

1,690

3.692

15

11

2

1

0

104

3.71

844

948

.8903

1990-91

30

1,806

3.156

21

6

3

2

1

95

3.17

784

879

.8919

1991-92

30

1,825

3.879

16

9

5

1

1

118

3.93

901

1,019

.8842

1992-93

31

1,870

3.561

24

7

0

2

0

111

3.58

779

890

.8753

1993-94

33

1,995

3.278

21

9

3

1

0

109

3.30

882

991

.8900

1994-95

33

1,998

2.883

24

7

2

0

0

96

2.91

859

955

.8995

1995-96

29

1,775

3.617

16

9

4

0

0

107

3.69

821

928

.8847

1996-97

34

2,051

3.218

25

7

2

2

1

110

3.24

865

975

.8872

1997-98

34

2,060

3.204

22

10

2

3

1

110

3.24

859

969

.8865

1998-99

30

1,807

3.420

17

13

0

1

3

103

3.43

767

870

.8816

Division I era 1999-2000

34

2,055

4.526

13

20

1

1

4

u155

4.56

1,055

1,210

.8719

2000-01

34

2,066

3.863

4

u26

4

0

3

133

3.91

1,113

1,246

.8933

2001-02

35

2,125

4.122

12

18

5

2

u5

146

4.17

959

1,105

.8679

2002-03

36

2,234

2.632

14

14

u8

4

2

98

2.72

921

1,019

.9038

2003-04

36

2,189

2.577

20

13

3

2

u5

94

2.61

823

917

.8975

2004-05

37

2,224

2.563

23

13

1

5

5

95

2.57

802

897

.8941

2005-06

37

2,243

2.595

20

14

3

2

1

97

2.62

1,044

1,141

.9150

2006-07

33

2,009

3.255

14

14

5

2

3

109

3.30

895

1,004

.8914

2007-08 D1 Totals All-Time

36

2,178

2.260

17

16

3

u7

2

82

2.28

820

902

.9091

318

19,324

3.133

137

148

33

25

30

1,009

3.17

8,432

9,441

.8914

1,446

87,548

3.227

923

442

81

102

49

4,709

3.26

38,167

42,876

.8902

u school record key: GP: Games Played / Min: minutes played / GAA: Goals-Against Average / SO: Shutouts / EN: Empty Net Goals Allowed / GA: Goals Against / SOG: Shots on Goal / SV: Saves / Pct: Save Percentage stats prior to 1959-60 are based on available information and may be incomplete

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Goals

Assists

Points

Power-Play Goals

1947-48

3, John Whiting*

n/a

3, John Whiting*

n/a

1948-49

16, Richard Anderson

13, Richard Anderson

29, Richard Anderson

n/a

1949-50

23, Ronald “Red” Aase

8, Sheldon Fertig

27, Ronald “Red” Aase

n/a

1950-59

program suspended; arena roof collapsed

1959-60

8, Paul Lafond / So.

7, Paul Lafond / So.

15, Paul Lafond / So.

n/a

1960-61

8, Paul Lafond / Jr.

6, Paul Lafond / Jr.

14, Paul Lafond / Jr.

n/a

1961-62

13, Paul Lafond / Sr.

7, Jerry O’Neil / Jr.

13, Paul Lafond / Sr.

n/a

1962-63

13, Vic Chaput / Jr.

9, Vic Chaput / Jr. 9, Merv Sanderson / Jr.

22, Vic Chaput / Jr.

n/a

1963-64

16, Jim Thompson / Jr.

10, Jim Thompson / Jr.

26, Jim Thompson / Jr.

n/a

1964-65

21, Jim Thompson / Sr.

19, John Hopkins / Sr.

34, Jim Thompson / Sr.

2, Rich Budge / Jr.

1965-66

13, Rich Budge / Sr.

11, Rich Budge / Sr.

24, Rich Budge / Sr.

2, Jim Roddick / Fr.

1966-67

17, Terry Burns / So.

14, Ric Anderson / Jr.

29, Ric Anderson / Jr.

2, Ken Anderson / Fr.

1967-68

21, Terry Burns / Jr.

28, Bill Weller / So.

46, Bill Weller / So.

5, Terry Burns / Jr.

1968-69

21, Austin Wallestad / Jr.

38, Bryan Grand / Jr.

52, Bryan Grand / Jr.

6, Barry Dillon / Jr.

1969-70

41, Glen Beckett / So.

40, Bryan Grand / Sr.

55, Glen Beckett / So.

9, Glen Beckett / So.

1970-71

32, Denny Lemieux / Jr.

26, Jude Boulianne / Sr.

57, Denny Lemieux / Jr.

5, Denny Lemieux / Jr.

1971-72

18, Pat Badiuk / Jr.

17, Pat DeMarchi / Sr. 17, Glen Beckett / Sr.

32, Pat Badiuk / Jr.

6, Pat DeMarchi / Sr.

1972-73

32, Mark Eagles / Fr.

30, Lyle Kvarnlov / Fr.

55, Mark Eagles / Fr.

8, Mark Eagle / Fr.

1973-74

34, Mark Eagles / So.

36, Mark Eagles / So.

70, Mark Eagles / So.

10, Mark Eagles / So.

1974-75

19, Mark Kristo / Jr.

22, Mark Eagles / Jr.

37, Mark Kristo / Jr.

7, Mark Kristo / Jr.

1975-76

35, Mark Kristo / Sr.

44, Mark Eagles / Sr.

64, Mark Eagles / Sr.

16, Mark Kristo / Sr.

1976-77

24, Bill Schmitz / So.

31, John Murphy / So.

47, John Murphy / So.

4, Rod Heisler / So.

1977-78

28, Rod Heisler / Jr.

41, Brian Carleton / So.

57, Brian Carleton / So.

11, Rod Heisler / Jr.

1978-79

27, Rod Heisler / Sr. 27, John Murphy / Jr.

35, John Murphy / Sr.

62, John Murphy / Sr.

6, Rod Heisler / Sr.

1979-80

u 43, Dale Baldwin / Sr.

29, Brian Carleton / Sr.

71, Dale Baldwin / Sr.

9, Dale Baldwin / Sr.

1980-81

28, John Hansen / Jr.

29, Wade Froehlich / Jr.

44, John Hansen / Jr.

6, Mike Milless / Jr.

1981-82

23, Wendal Jellison / Fr.

33, Joel Otto / So.

52, Joel Otto / So.

9, Kurt Dade / Jr.

1982-83

33, Joel Otto / Jr.

38, Mike Alexander / Fr.

61, Joel Otto / Jr.

13, Joel Otto / Jr.

1983-84

35, Scott Monsrud / Sr.

43, Joel Otto / Sr.

75, Joel Otto / Sr.

14, Scott Monsrud / Sr.

1984-85

31, Mike Alexander / Jr.

32, Mike Alexander / Jr.

63, Mike Alexander / Jr.

10, two players

1985-86

35, Tim Lescarbeau / Sr.

u 58, Mike Alexander / Sr.

u 90, Mike Alexander / Sr.

10, Mike Alexander / Sr.

1986-87

26, Ian Resch / Jr.

41, Todd Lescarbeau / Sr.

66, Todd Lescarbeau / Sr.

7, Todd Lescarbeau / Sr.

1987-88

37, Dan Richards / Jr. 37, Jim Tyler / Jr.

54, Ian Resch / Sr.

72, Ian Resch / Sr.

14, Jim Tyler / Jr.

1988-89

29, Scott Johnson / So.

36, Dan Richards / Sr.

54, Dan Richards / Sr.

u 15, Scott Johnson / So.

1989-90

18, Scott Johnson / So.

28, Scott Johnson / Jr.

46, Scott Johnson / Jr.

11, Scott Johnson / Jr.

1990-91

24, Jamie Erb / So.

33, Scott Johnson / Sr.

56, Scott Johnson / Sr.

9, Scott Johnson / Sr.

1991-92

21, Jamie Erb / Jr.

39, O.J. Kennett / Sr.

56, O.J. Kennett / Sr.

10, two players

1992-93

24, Jamie Erb / Sr.

29, Jamie Erb / Sr.

53, Jamie Erb / Sr.

14, Jamie Erb / Sr.

1993-94

18, Jim Karner / Sr.

26, Jim Karner / Sr.

44, Jim Karner / Sr.

5, two players

1994-95

21, Craig Matatall / Jr.

40, Jude Boulianne / Sr.

51, Jude Boulianne / Sr.

6, three players

1995-96

20, Craig Matall / Sr.

30, Bernie Adlys / Sr.

47, Bernie Adlys / Sr.

8, Craig Matatall / Sr.

1996-97

21, Josh Klingfus / Jr.

36, Jeff Sobb / Sr.

54, Jeff Sobb / Sr.

6, Jeff Sobb / Sr.

1997-98

20, Aaron Novak / Sr.

27, Shane Kalbrener / Fr.

42, Shane Kalbrener / Fr.

5, Shane Kalbrener / Fr.

1998-99

18, Scot Dickson / Fr.

18, Shane Kalbrener / So.

30, Shane Kalbrener / So.

4, two players

Division I era 1999-00

15, Stefan Bjork / So.

21, Calvin Chartrand / Sr.

34, Stefan Bjork / So.

8, Stefan Bjork / So.

2000-01

10, Marty Goulet / So. 10, Clay Simmons / So.

12, Heikki Lofman / Fr.

18, Marty Goulet / So.

6, Clay Simmons / Jr.

2001-02

16, Marty Goulet / Jr.

23, Marty Goulet / Jr.

39, Marty Goulet / Jr.

6, three players

2002-03

15, Marty Goulet / Sr.

18, Andrew Murray / So.

29, Marty Goulet / Sr.

8, Marty Goulet / Sr.

2003-04

23, Brendan Cook / Jr.

21, Riley Riddell / Jr. 21, Ryan Huddy / So.

39, Brendan Cook / Jr.

10, Brendan Cook / Jr.

2004-05

20, Brendan Cook / Sr.

27, Luke Erickson / So.

40, Brendan Cook / Sr.

10, Brendan Cook / Sr.

2005-06

17, Ryan Miller / Jr.

20, Ryan Huddy / Sr.

35, Luke Erickson / Jr.

8, Luke Erickson / Jr.

2006-07

13, Luke Erickson / Sr.

18, Rob Sirianni / Sr.

29, Travis Winter / So. 29, Rob Sirianni / Sr.

8, Luke Erickson / Sr.

2007-08

14, Matt Pope / Sr.

18, Matt Read / Fr.

27, Matt Read / Fr.

6, Travis Winter / Jr. 6, Blaine Jarvis / Sr.

u school record *= season data incomplete; based on available information

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Annual Statistical Leaders Year

Penalty Minutes

Goalie Saves

Save Percentage

Goals-Against Average

1947-48

n/a

87, Dick Radniecki*

.731, Dick Radniecki*

4.00, Gordon Olson*

1948-49

4, George Stewart*

204, Dick Radniecki*

.887, Dick Radniecki*

2.94, Dick Radniecki*

1949-50

6, Ed Johnson

223, Dick Radniecki*

.864, Dick Radniecki*

4.20, Dick Radniecki*

1950-59

program suspended; arena roof collapsed

1959-60

n/a

39, Larry Ostry*

.813, Larry Ostry*

2.80, Larry Ostry*

1960-61

n/a

84, Bob Long / Fr.*

.816, Bob Long / Fr.*

2.69, Bob Sinclair / So.

1961-62

n/a

208, Bob Sinclair / Jr

.908, Bob Sinclair / Jr.

2.01, Bob Sinclair / Jr.

1962-63

22, Joe Scaletta / So. 22, Dave Brown / So.

160, Jerry Ryan / Fr.

.861, Bob Sinclair / Sr.

3.23, Bob Sinclair / Sr.

1963-64

26, Dave Brown / Jr.

195, Jerry Ryan / So.

.927, Jim Robberstad / Jr.

u 1.78, Jim Robberstad / Jr.

1964-65

25, Dave Brown / Sr.

137, Tom Bend / Fr.

.907, Tom Bend / Fr.

2.33, Tom Bend / Fr.

1965-66

28, Tom Leonard / Fr.

337, Tom Bend / So.

.931, Tom Bend / So.

2.25, Tom Bend / So.

1966-67

49, Bob Rieger

592, Tom Bend / Jr.

.909, Tom Bend / Jr.

3.11, Tom Bend / Jr.

1967-68

38, Ken Anderson / So.

603, Len Kleisinger / Jr.

.893, Len Kleisinger / Jr.

3.55, Len Kleisinger / Jr.

1968-69

71, Ken Anderson / Jr.

467, Blane Comstock / So.

.888, Blane Comstock / So.

2.39, Blane Comstock / So.

1969-70

46, Garry Bock / So.

612, Blane Comstock / Jr.

.907, Blane Comstock / Jr.

2.40, Blane Comstock / Jr.

1970-71

53, Denny Lemieux / Jr.

652, Blane Comstock / Sr.

.916, Blane Comstock / Sr.

2.25, Blane Comstock / Sr.

1971-72

54, Pat DeMarchi / Sr.

530, Chuck Scanlon / Fr.

.886, Chuck Scanlon / Fr.

4.39, Chuck Scanlon / Fr.

1972-73

48, Jim Borden / Jr.

597, Chuck Scanlon / So.

.861, Chuck Scanlon / So.

3.10, Chuck Scanlon / So.

1973-74

53, Don Boeke / So.

804, Chuck Scanlon / Jr.

.872, Chuck Scanlon / Jr.

3.94, Chuck Scanlon / Jr.

1974-75

73, Dan Boeke / Jr.

726, Chuck Scanlon / Sr.

.875, Chuck Scanlon / Sr.

4.48, Chuck Scanlon / Sr.

1975-76

73, Gary Burstad / Jr.

590, Jack Horner / So.

.889, Jack Horner / So.

3.69, Jack Horner / So.

1976-77

54, Dale Baldwin / Fr.

722, Jack Horner / Jr.

.906, Jack Horner / Jr.

2.61, Jack Horner / Jr.

1977-78

65, Mike Gibbons / Jr.

623, Jack Horner / Sr.

.874, Jack Horner / Sr.

3.60, Jack Horner / Sr.

1978-79

50, Mike Gibbons / Sr.

630, Dan Olson / So.

.905, Dan Olson / So.

2.41, Dan Olson / So.

1979-80

52, Dale Baldwin / Sr.

760, Jim Scanlan / So.

.900, Jim Scanlon / So.

3.26, Jim Scanlon / So.

1980-81

47, Jobn Hansen / Sr.

681, Jim Scanlan / Jr.

.902, Jim Scanlon / Jr.

3.01, Jim Scanlon / Jr.

1981-82

52, Joel Otto / So.

747, Jim Scanlan / Sr.

.915, Jim Scanlon / Sr.

2.40, Jim Scanlon / Sr.

1982-83

68, Joel Otto / Jr.

709, Mark Liska / So.

.901, Mark Liska / So.

2.68, Mark Liska / So.

1983-84

62, Drey Bradley / Sr.

507, Mark Liska / Jr.

u.938, Galen Nagle / Sr.

1.89, Galen Nagle / Sr.

1984-85

42, Tim Lescarbeau / Sr.

751, Mark Liska / Sr.

.899, Mark Liska / Sr.

2.91, Mark Liska / Sr.

1985-86

100, Mike Alexander / Sr.

786, Jim Martin / Sr.

.883, Jim Martin / Sr.

3.68, Jim Martin / Sr.

1986-87

64, Dave Jungwirth / Jr.

u 1,066, Steve O’Shea / So.

.892, Steve O’Shea / So.

3.71, Steve O’Shea / So.

1987-88

57, Terry Mattson / Sr.

879, Steve O’Shea / Jr.

.905, Steve O’Shea / Jr.

3.16, Steve O’Shea / Jr.

1988-89

84, Blaine Harrison / Jr.

891, Steve O’Shea / Sr.

.910, Steve O’Shea / Sr.

3.39, Steve O’Shea / Sr.

1989-90

42, Blaine Harrison / Sr.

681, Rob Stevens / Jr.

.886, Rob Stevens/ Jr.

3.87, Rob Stevens / Jr.

1990-91

54, Bill Coleman / Jr.

437, Todd Kreibich / So.

.897, Chad Perry / So.

3.05, Todd Kreibich / So.

1991-92

107, Chris Morque / So.

613, Todd Kreibich / Jr.

.895, Todd Kreibich / Jr.

3.46, Todd Kreibich / Jr.

1992-93

100, Craig Matatall / Fr.

410, Robin Cook / Fr.

.890, Todd Kreibich / Sr.

3.07, Todd Kreibich / Sr.

1993-94

u 112, Chris Morque / Sr.

581, Robin Cook / So.

.901, Robin Cook / So.

2.99, Robin Cook / So.

1994-95

71, Eric Fulton / So.

629, Robin Cook / Jr.

.901, Robin Cook / Jr.

2.80, Robin Cook / Jr.

1995-96

64, Jim Logan / So.

495, Robin Cook / Sr.

.886, Robin Cook / Sr.

3.52, Robin Cook / Sr.

1996-97

73, Eric Andersen / Fr.

449, Adam Pavlatos / Fr.

.894, Adam Pavlatos / Fr.

2.93, Adam Pavlatos / Fr.

1997-98

98, Travis Johnson / Fr.

725, Adam Pavlatos / So.

.892, Adam Pavlatos / So.

3.09, Adam Pavlatos / So.

1998-99

48, Travis Johnson / So.

664, Adam Pavlatos / Jr.

.888, Adam Pavlatos / Jr.

3.33, Adam Pavlatos / Jr.

Division I era 1999-00

68, Frank Udovich / So.

560, Bob Tallarico / Fr.

.881, Adam Pavlatos / Sr.

3.76, Adam Pavlatos / Sr.

2000-01

65, Marty Goulet / So.

755, Grady Hunt / Fr.

.902, Grady Hunt / Fr.

3.52, Grady Hunt / Fr.

2001-02

53, Frank Udovich / Sr.

768, Grady Hunt / So.

.878, Grady Hunt / So.

3.87, Grady Hunt / So.

2002-03

45, Bill Methven / Jr.

712, Grady Hunt / Jr.

.916, Grady Hunt / Jr.

2.36, Grady Hunt / Jr.

2003-04

48, Jean-Guy Gervais / So.

482, Grady Hunt / Sr.

.901, Grady Hunt / Sr.

2.47, Grady Hunt / Sr.

2004-05

65, Jean-Guy Gervais / Jr.

418, Layne Sedevie / So.

.916, Matt Climie / Fr.

1.80, Matt Climie / Fr.

2005-06

69, Cody Bostock / Fr.

538, Layne Sedevie / Jr.

.918, Layne Sedevie / Jr.

2.46, Layne Sedevie / Jr.

2006-07

50, Riley Weselowski / Jr.

733, Matt Climie / Jr.

.897, Matt Climie / Jr.

3.03, Matt Climie / Jr.

2007-08

51, David Deterding / Sr.

580. Matt Climie / Sr.

.913, Matt Climie / Sr.

2.16, Orlando Alamano / Jr.

u school record *= season data incomplete; based on available information min. 33% of team minutes played to qualify for save percentage and goals-against average categories

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Career Scoring Leaders

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 22 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 39 41 41 41 41 46 46 48 48 48 48

Name Mike Alexander Mark Eagles Joel Otto Scott Johnson Rod Heisler Wendal Jellison Dan Richards Jamie Erb John Murphy Scott Currie Todd Lescarbeau Dale Baldwin Ian Resch Bryan Grand Brian Carleton Craig Matatall Jim Tyler Eric Gager O.J. Kennett Tim Lescarbeau Omer Belisle Denny Lemieux Bill Schmitz Bernie Adlys Kurt Dade Mark Kristo uLuke Erickson Bruce Falk • Calvin Chartrand Dan Tollefson uAndrew Murray Barry Dillon Jude Boulianne, Jr. Jeff Arf Wade Froehlich Jeff Sobb Duff Melhus Mike Fairchild Mark Lescarbeau Chris Morque Greg Biskup Brent Tookenay Terry Mattson Jason Mack Bill Weller Jim Logan Dan Boeke Paul Ferry Craig McKechney Josh Klingfus • played during BSU’s Division I era u entire career played during BSU’s Division I era

GP 136 116 122 132 121 134 132 108 122 122 109 119 119 59 111 113 122 131 80 101 123 88 118 116 110 107 125 100 130 117 128 93 119 122 121 125 110 116 125 120 110 131 93 121 76 122 102 120 125 126

Top 10 Goal-Scoring Leaders 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 t8 t8 10

Name Mark Eagles Rod Heisler Mike Alexander Scott Johnson Dale Baldwin Joel Otto Dan Richards Wendal Jellison Jamie Erb Jim Tyler

G 100 100 98 96 93 89 87 86 86 83

G 98 100 89 96 100 86 87 86 71 77 66 93 65 42 42 66 83 74 50 75 49 60 73 48 57 65 52 56 46 44 46 41 39 47 23 45 32 44 43 28 29 41 25 42 46 43 42 24 44 47

A 154 125 115 95 90 99 93 94 98 88 99 70 94 112 111 84 63 67 90 58 82 69 56 81 68 57 69 64 72 73 69 73 74 66 89 65 76 64 64 79 77 65 81 64 58 61 61 79 59 56

PTS 252 225 204 191 190 185 180 180 169 165 164 163 159 154 153 150 146 141 140 133 131 129 129 129 125 122 121 120 118 117 115 114 113 113 112 110 108 108 107 107 106 106 106 106 104 104 103 103 103 103

PTS/GM 1.85 1.94 1.67 1.44 1.57 1.38 1.36 1.75 1.39 1.50 1.50 1.37 1.34 2.61 1.38 1.32 1.20 1.08 1.75 1.32 1.07 1.47 1.09 1.11 1.14 1.14 0.97 1.19 0.91 1.04 0.89 1.23 0.95 0.93 0.93 0.88 0.98 0.93 0.86 0.89 0.96 0.80 1.14 0.87 1.37 0.85 1.01 0.86 0.82 0.82

YRS 1982-86 1972-76 1980-84 1987-91 1975-79 1981-85 1985-89 1989-93 1975-79 1975-79 1983-87 1976-80 1984-88 1967-70 1976-80 1992-96 1985-89 1981-85 1989-92 1983-86 1991-95 1968-72 1975-79 1992-96 1981-85 1971-75 2003-07 1967-71 1996-00 1989-93 2001-05 1966-70 1991-95 1975-79 1978-82 1993-97 1974-78 1976-80 1983-87 1990-94 1984-88 1987-91 1985-88 1990-94 1967-70 1994-98 1973-77 1989-93 1991-95 1994-98

Top 10 Assist-Scoring Leaders YRS 1972-76 1975-79 1982-86 1987-91 1976-80 1980-84 1985-89 1981-85 1989-93 1985-89

1 2 3 4 5 t6 t6 8 9 t10 t10

Name Mike Alexander Mark Eagles Joel Otto Bryan Grand Brian Carleton Wendal Jellison Todd Lescarbeau John Murphy Scott Johnson Jamie Erb Ian Resch

A 154 125 115 112 111 99 99 98 95 94 94

YRS 1982-86 1972-76 1980-84 1967-70 1976-80 1981-85 1983-87 1976-80 1987-91 1989-93 1984-88

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

Division I-Era Career Scoring Leaders Top 40 Scorers (all positions) Pts Name G-A 121 Luke Erickson 52-69 115 Andrew Murray 46-69 102 Brendan Cook 55-47 101 Rob Siranni 48-53 100 Marty Goulet 47-53 90 Ryan Huddy 28-62 88 Riley Riddell 35-53 85 Jeff McGill 34-51 72 uTyler Scofield 26-46 71 Matt Pope 33-38 67 Ryan Miller 30-37 65 Blaine Jarvis 33-32 63 Jean-Guy Gervais 33-30 58 uTravis Winter 22-36 56 Wade Chiodo 22-34 56 John Haider 19-37 55 Bryce Methven 16-39 52 Myles Kuharski 23-29 52 Peter Jonsson 7-45 51 Clay Simmons 25-26 46 Jared Hanowski 13-33 40 Anders Olsson 7-33 40 Andrew Martens 11-29 39 Riley Weselowski 8-31 38 uCody Bostock 12-26 38 Jake Bluhm 15-23 37 Daryl Bat 16-21 35 Mark Phenow 6-29 33 Stefan Bjork 15-18 32 Bill Methven 15-17 32 uBrandon Marino 8-24 32 Shane Holman 15-17 31 Joey Moggach 6-25 29 Calvin Chartrand 8-21 29 Says Phrakonkham 8-21 27 uMatt Read 9-18 25 Brad Johnson 11-14 24 Shane Kalbrener 9-15 23 Todd Knott 14-9 21 Rico Fatticci 6-15 21 Heikki Lofman 6-15 21 Travis Barnes 10-11

YRS 2003-07 2001-05 2001-05 2003-07 1999-03 2002-06 2001-04 1999-03 2005-p 2004-08 2003-07 2004-08 2002-06 2005-p 2001-04 2001-05 2000-04 2002-05 2002-05 1999-02 2000-04 2001-04 2002-06 2004-08 2005-p 2004-08 1999-01 1999-02 1999-00 2000-04 2004-p 2003-07 2006-08 1999-00 1999-02 2007-p 1999-01 1999-01 1999-02 1999-01 2000-02 2000-04

Scoring - Goaltenders 3 Layne Sedevie 2 Grady Hunt 1 Bob Tallarico 1 Dannie Morgan 1 Matt Climie

2003-07 2000-04 1999-01 2000-04 2004-p

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

Top 10 Goal Scorers 55 Brendan Cook 52 Luke Erickson 48 Rob Sirianni 47 Marty Goulet 46 Andrew Murray 35 Riley Riddell 34 Jeff McGill 33 Jean-Guy Gervais 33 Matt Pope 33 Blaine Jarvis

2001-05 2003-07 2003-07 1999-03 2001-05 2001-04 1999-03 2002-06 2004-08 2004-08

Top 10 Assist Scorers 69 Andrew Murray 69 Luke Erickson 62 Ryan Huddy 53 Rob Sirianni 53 Marty Goulet 53 Riley Riddell 51 Jeff McGill 47 Brendan Cook 46 uTyler Scofield 45 Peter Jonsson

2001-05 2003-07 2002-06 2003-07 1999-03 2001-04 1999-03 2001-05 2005-p 2002-05

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Career Scoring Leaders: Defensemen Individual Career Records Points Scored

a c b

252 117 121 5

Mike Alexander Paul Ferry Luke Eirckson Jim Scanlon

Longest Scoring Streak

c

48 Bryan Grand 12 Andrew Murray

Most Goals

c a

100 100 55 33

Mark Eagles Rod Heisler Brendan Cook Jim McElmury

Most Assists

a c c b

154 93 69 69 5

Mike Alexander Paul Ferry Andrew Murray Luke Erickson Jim Scanlon

Most Power Play Goals

c a

35 Mike Alexander 22 Brendan Cook 14 Clay Simmons

Most Shorthanded Goals

c a

13 Dale Baldwin 9 Brendan Cook 3 Denny Schueller

Most Unassisted Goals

c a

18 Mark Eagles 6 Riley Riddell 7 Gary Sargent

Most Hat Tricks

c a

7 Mark Eagles 2 Brendan Cook 2 Gary Sargent

Most Penalty Minutes

a c b

345 283 220 60

Chris Morque Craig Matatall Jean-Guy Gervais Robin Cook

1982-86 1989-93 2003-07 1978-82 1968-70 2004-05 1972-76 1975-79 2001-05 1967-71 1982-86 1989-93 2001-05 2003-07 1978-82 1982-86 2001-05 1999-02 1976-80 2001-05 1968-69 1972-76 2001-04 1972-73 1972-76 2001-05 1972-73 1990-94 1992-96 2002-06 1992-96

Fewest Penalty Minutes a

2 several players 6 Jim Finks

Most Games Played

ac 143 John Haider a 143 Matt Pope b 106 Grady Hunt

1971-75 2001-05 2004-08 2000-04

Highest Save Percentage

.917 Tom Bend 1964-67 min. 1,500 minutes played in goal

PLAYERS Jude Boulianne Jr. Chris Morque Greg Biskup Terry Mattson Paul Ferry Drey Bradley Mike Gibbons Gary Gustason Greg Ambrose Pat Kinney Tony Montebello Troy Edwards Tom Shinabarger Mike Donahue Jim McElmury Jude Boulianne Sr. Kris Bjornson Pat Cullen Bruce Watkins Charlie Brown Joe Knudson Dave Mueller Todd Donaldson Hal Burton John Birrenkott Dave Jerome Dennis Gibbons Steve Curley uJohn Haider Shawn Pomplun uBryce Methven Dennis Schueller uPeter Jonsson uClay Simmons Jim Borden Gary Tveit • Mark Phenow Gary Sargent Garry Ross Wayne Opsahl Dave Geatz Tim Rood Steve Lundeen uAnders Olsson uAndrew Martens uRiley Weselowski uCody Bostock Joe Scaletta John Hause Neal Holmstrom • played during BSU’s Division I era u entire career played during BSU’s Division I era

1 2 3 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 13 13 15 16 16 18 19 20 20 22 22 24 25 26 26 28 29 30 30 32 32 34 35 35 35 38 38 40 41 42 42 44 44 46 47 47 47 50

GP 119 120 110 93 120 113 106 115 125 122 114 122 103 127 89 80 117 73 118 62 123 112 120 122 93 102 99 104 143 57 140 94 109 102 83 83 132 30 38 64 108 100 54 101 101 124 103 47 69 117

G 39 28 29 25 24 26 27 28 17 17 22 12 17 26 34 19 19 24 22 20 25 22 15 10 11 7 16 11 19 13 16 17 7 25 12 5 10 23 22 18 8 9 9 7 11 8 12 11 7 11

A 76 79 77 81 79 71 69 66 73 64 59 69 63 54 44 56 56 49 49 47 42 44 51 55 53 55 46 46 37 42 39 35 45 26 38 45 40 24 25 28 36 33 33 33 29 31 26 27 31 26

PTS 115 107 106 106 103 97 96 94 90 81 81 81 80 80 78 75 75 73 71 67 67 66 66 65 64 62 62 57 56 55 55 52 52 51 50 50 50 47 47 46 44 42 42 40 40 39 38 38 38 37

PTS/GM 0.97 0.89 0.96 1.14 0.86 0.86 0.91 0.82 0.72 0.66 0.71 0.66 0.78 0.63 0.88 0.94 0.64 1.00 0.60 1.08 0.54 0.59 0.55 0.53 0.69 0.61 0.63 0.55 0.39 0.96 0.39 0.55 0.48 0.50 0.60 0.60 0.38 1.57 1.24 0.72 0.41 0.42 0.78 0.40 0.40 0.32 0.37 0.81 0.55 0.32

YRS 1991-95 1990-94 1984-88 1986-89 1989-93 1981-85 1975-79 1989-93 1995-99 1975-79 1977-81 1993-97 1986-89 1994-98 1967-71 1967-71 1991-95 1988-92 1985-89 1968-71 1979-82 1974-78 1983-87 1975-79 1970-74 1980-84 1982-85 1971-75 2001-05 1995-97 2000-04 1967-71 2002-05 1999-02 1970-74 1978-82 1998-02 1972-73 1973-75 1987-90 1981-85 1979-83 1984-86 2001-04 2003-06 2004-08 2005-p 1961-65 1990-94 1978-82

Highest Save Percentage

.931 Galen Nagle 1980-84 min. 1,000 minutes played in goal

Most Saves

3,065 Steve O’Shea

Most Shutouts

c

12 Matt Climie 9 Blane Comstock 9 Jim Scanlan

1985-89

Top 10 Goal-Scoring Defensemen 2004-P 1967-71 1978-82

Most Goaltending Victories

c

70 Blane Comstock 45 Matt Climie

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1 2 3 4 4 6 7 7 9 9 9

Name Jude Boulianne, Jr. Jim McElmury Greg Biskup Gary Gustason Chris Morque Mike Gibbons Drey Bradley Mike Donaghue Joe Knudson Terry Mattson uClay Simmons

G 39 34 29 28 28 27 26 26 25 25 25

YRS 1991-95 1967-71 1984-88 1989-93 1990-94 1975-79 1981-85 1994-98 1979-82 1986-89 1999-02

Top 10 Assist-Scoring Defensemen 1 t2 t2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Name Terry Mattson Chris Morque Paul Ferry Jude Boulianne Jr. Greg Ambrose Drey Bradley Mike Gibbons Gary Gustason Pat Kinney Tom Schinabarger

A 81 79 79 74 73 71 69 66 64 63

YRS 1986-89 1990-94 1989-93 1991-95 1995-99 1981-85 1975-79 1989-93 1975-79 1986-89

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Save Percentage

Save Percentage

MIN SV 1 Tom Bend 2,168 1,066 2 uMatt Climie 5,427 2,201 3 Jim Scanlan 4,807 2,211 4 Blane Comstock 4,878 1,818 5 Mark Liska 4,717 2,013 6 Dan Olson 2,350 893 7 Steve O’Shea 5,828 3,065 8 uLayne Sedevie 3,022 1,289 9 uGrady Hunt 6,002 2,717 10 Todd Kreibich 3,171 1,407 11 Robin Cook 4,823 2,115 12 • Adam Pavlatos 5,121 2,214 13 Jack Horner 4,712 2,062 14 Chad Perry 1,639 796 15 Rob Stevens 2,575 1,254 NCAA min. 1,500 minutes played

SOG 1,163 2,423 2,437 2,008 2,230 992 3,408 1,434 3,024 1,577 2,374 2,490 2,322 897 1,414

PCT .9166 .9084 .9073 .9054 .9027 .9002 .8994 .8989 .8985 .8922 .8909 .8892 .8880 .8874 .8868

YRS 1964-67 2004-08 1978-82 1967-71 1981-85 1977-80 1985-89 2003-07 2000-04 1989-93 1992-96 1996-00 1974-78 1989-92 1987-90

Goals Against Average MIN 1 Blane Comstock 4,878 2 uMatt Climie 5,427 3 Dan Olson 2,350 4 Tom Bend 2,168 6 Mark Liska 4,717 7 Jim Scanlan 4,807 8 uLayne Sedevie 3,023 9 uGrady Hunt 6,002 10 Todd Kreibich 3,171 11 Robin Cook 4,823 12 • Adam Pavlatos 5,121 13 Jack Horner 4,712 14 Steve O’Shea 5,828 15 Jim Martin 2,276 16 Mike Beaton 1,895 NCAA min. 1,500 minutes played

GA 190 222 99 97 217 226 145 307 170 259 276 260 343 136 114

MIN SV SOG PCT YRS 1 Galen Nagle 1,089 498 535 .9308 1980-84 2 Tom Bend 2,168 1,066 1,163 .9166 1964-67 3 uMatt Climie 5,427 2,201 2,423 .9084 2004-08 4 Jim Scanlan 4,807 2,211 2,437 .9073 1978-82 5 Blane Comstock 4,878 1,818 2,008 .9054 1967-71 6 Mark Liska 4,717 2,013 2,230 .9027 1981-85 8 Dan Olson 2,350 893 992 .9002 1977-80 9 Steve O’Shea 5,828 3,065 3,408 .8994 1985-89 8 uLayne Sedevie 3,022 1,289 1,434 .8989 2003-07 10 uGrady Hunt 6,002 2,717 3,024 .8985 2000-04 11 Len Kleisinger 1,218 603 675 .8933 1967-68 12 Todd Kreibich 3,171 1,407 1,577 .8922 1989-93 13 Robin Cook 4,823 2,115 2,374 .8909 1992-96 14 • Adam Pavlatos 5,121 2,214 2,490 .8892 1996-00 15 Jack Horner 4,712 2,062 2,322 .8880 1974-78 min. 1,000 minutes played

GAA 2.337 2.454 2.528 2.685 2.760 2.821 2.878 3.069 3.217 3.222 3.234 3.311 3.531 3.585 3.609

YRS 1967-71 2004-08 1977-80 1964-67 1981-85 1978-82 2003-07 2000-04 1989-93 1992-96 1996-00 1974-78 1985-89 1982-86 1992-96

MIN 1 Galen Nagle 1,089 2 Blane Comstock 4,878 3 uMatt Climie 5,427 4 Dan Olson 2,350 5 Tom Bend 2,168 6 Rob Sinclair 1,176 7 Mark Liska 4,717 8 Jim Scanlan 4,807 9 uLayne Sedevie 3,023 10 Jerry Ryan 1,337 11 uGrady Hunt 6,002 12 uDannie Morgan 1,168 13 Todd Kreibich 3,171 14 Robin Cook 4,823 15 • Adam Pavlatos 5,121 min. 1,000 minutes played

GA 37 190 222 99 97 53 217 226 145 68 307 60 170 259 276

SV 498 1,818 2,201 893 1,066 384 2,013 2,211 1,289 526 2,717 473 1,407 2,115 2,214

Most Points 90 a 52 b 2

GAA 2.039 2.337 2.454 2.528 2.685 2.704 2.760 2.821 2.878 3.052 3.069 3.082 3.217 3.222 3.234

YRS 1980-84 1967-71 2004-08 1977-80 1964-67 1960-63 1981-85 1978-82 2003-07 1962-66 2000-04 2000-04 1989-93 1992-96 1996-00

43 a 23

58 a 40 b 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

W

T

Pct

Years

Blane Comstock Chuck Scanlon Jim Scanlan Mark Liska Jack Horner Robin Cook Steve O’Shea • Adam Pavlatos uMatt Climie uGrady Hunt

70 62 62 61 59 57 55 52 45 39

1 3 0 3 4 5 7 4 11 12

.849 .641 .765 .845 .763 .735 .609 .628 .587 .441

1967-71 1971-75 1978-82 1981-85 1974-78 1992-96 1985-89 1996-00 2004-08 2000-04

SHO

Years

12 9 9 6 5 5 5 4 4 3

2004-08 1967-71 1978-82 1974-78 1985-89 1996-00 2000-04 1981-85 1971-75

Shutouts Player 1 t2 t2 4 5 5 5 8 8 10

uMatt Climie Blane Comstock Jim Scanlan Jack Horner Steve O’Shea • Adam Pavlatos uGrady Hunt Mark Liska Chuck Scanlon four players

Player 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Steve O’Shea uGrady Hunt Chuck Scanlon • Adam Pavlatos Jim Scanlan uMatt Climie Robin Cook Jack Horner Mark Liska Blane Comstock

Most Power Play Goals 15 a 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

uGrady Hunt Steve O’Shea Chuck Scanlon uMatt Climie • Adam Pavlatos Robin Cook Jim Scanlan Mark Liska Jack Horner Blane Comstock

Mark Kristo Stefan Bjork

Most Shorthanded Goals 6 3

Dale Baldwin Denny Schueller

Most Unassisted Goals a

7 7

Mark Eagles Gary Sargent

Most Hat Tricks a

5 2

Glen Beckett Gary Sargent

Most Penalty Minutes 100 a 112 b 24

Craig Matatall Chris Morque Robin Cook

Sv%

Years

3,065 2,717 2,657 2,214 2,211 2,201 2,115 2,062 2,013 1,818

.8994 .8985 .8732 .9207 .9073 .9084 .8909 .8880 .9027 .9054

1985-89 2000-04 1971-75 1996-00 1978-82 2004-p 1992-96 1974-78 1981-85 1967-71

Saves

Years

6,002 5,828 5,811 5,427 5,107 4,823 4,807 4,717 4,714 4,680

2000-04 1985-89 1971-75 2004-08 1996-00 1992-96 1978-82 1981-85 1974-78 1967-71

• played during BSU’s Division I era u entire career played during BSU’s Division I era

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1985-86 1983-84

1979-80 1972-73 1985-86 1983-84

1974-75 1999-00 1979-80 1968-69 1973-74 1972-73 1969-70 1972-73 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94

Fewest Penalty Minutes

0

several players

Most Games Played 38 b 30

several players several players Galen Nagle

Most Saves Sv

Minutes Played in Goal Player

Mike Alexander Drey Bradley several times

Save Percentage

Saves

Player

Dale Baldwin Gary Sargent

Most Assists

.938

Victories in Goal

Mike Alexander Drey Bradley several times

Most Goals

a

Goals Against Average

SV 1,818 2,201 893 1,066 2,013 2,211 1,289 2,717 1,407 2,115 2,214 2,062 3,065 1,043 841

Individual Season Records

891

Steve O’Shea

Most Shutouts

5 5 5

Blane Comstock Jack Horner Matt Climie

1987-88

1983-84 1987-88 1968-69 1976-77 2007-08

Most Goaltending Victories

24

Blane Comstock

Game Most Points a b

8 5 1

Paul Lafond Charlie Brown several times

Most Goals

a a a a a

6 6 3 3 3 3 3

Glen Beckett Denny Lemieux Gary Sargent Tony Montebello Mike Donaghue Clay Simmons John Haider

Most Assists a b

7 5 1

Bryan Grand Charlie Brown several times

Most Saves

54

Steve O’Shea

1969-70

2/20/60 2/7/71

1/24/70 2/13/70 2/7/73 1/3/79 1/24/97 11/25/00 3/13/04 1/24/70 2/7/71

1/20/89

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Miscellaneous Team Records Single-Season Leaders Scoring Leaders Name Mike Alexander Joel Otto Dale Baldwin Mark Eagles Todd Lescarbeau

G 32 32 43 34 30

A 58 43 28 36 40

Pts 90 75 71 70 70

Year 1985-86 1983-84 1979-80 1973-74 1985-86

Scoring Leaders - Defense Name Drey Bradley Jude Boulianne Gary Sargent Greg Biskup Mike Gibbons

G 12 11 23 9 10

A 40 40 24 36 26

Pts 52 51 47 45 36

Goal Scoring Leaders Name G Dale Baldwin 43 Glen Beckett 41 Dan Richards 37 Jim Tyler 37 Mark Kristo 35 Scott Monsrud 35 Tim Lescarbeau 35 Mark Eagles 34 Joel Otto 33 Mike Alexander 32 Denny Lemieux 32 Mark Eagles 32 Joel Otto 32 Mike Alexander 31 Todd Lescarbeau 30 all 30-goal seasons

A 28 14 29 24 20 19 30 36 28 58 25 23 43 32 40

Pts 71 55 66 61 55 54 65 70 61 90 57 55 75 63 70

Assist Scoring Leaders Name G Mike Alexander 32 Ian Resch 18 Bryan Grand 17 Mark Eagles 20 Joel Otto 32 Brian Carleton 16 Todd Lescarbeau 25 Bryan Grand 13 Drey Bradley 12 Todd Lescarbeau 30 Jude Boulianne Jr 11 all 40-assist seasons

A 58 54 53 44 43 41 41 40 40 40 40

Pts 90 72 70 64 75 57 66 53 52 70 51

Year 1983-84 1994-95 1972-73 1985-86 1977-78

Year 1979-80 1969-70 1987-88 1987-88 1975-76 1983-84 1985-86 1973-74 1982-83 1985-86 1970-71 1972-73 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

Year 1985-86 1987-88 1968-69 1975-76 1983-84 1977-78 1986-87 1969-70 1983-84 1985-86 1994-95

Goaltending- Save Percentage

Name Save Pct. Year Galen Nagle .938 1983-84 Tom Bend .931 1965-66 Jim Robberstad .927 1963-64 Grady Hunt .9163 2002-03 Matt Climie .9158 2004-05 min. 33% of team minutes played

Goaltending- GAA

Name GAA Year Jim Robberstad 1.78 1963-64 Matt Climie 1.80 2004-05 Galen Nagle 1.89 1983-84 Bob Sinclair 2.09 1961-62 Matt Climie 2.16 2007-08 min. 33% of team minutes played

Goaltending- Saves Name Steve O’Shea Steve O’Shea Steve O’Shea Chuck Scanlon Jim Martin

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Saves 1,066 891 879 804 786

Year 1986-87 1988-89 1987-88 1973-74 1985-86

Games Most Games Played-Season Most Games Won-Season Most Home Games Won-Season Fewest Games Won-Season Most Games Lost-Season Fewest Games Lost-Season Most Games Tied-Season Most Consecutive Wins-Season Most Consecutive Wins Most Consecutive Home Wins Most Consecutive Losses Most Consecutive Winless Games Most Overtime Games, Season Most Consecutive Overtime Games, Season Most Overtime Wins, Season * American collegiate record // % NCAA Division I record

38 31 19 2 2 26 0 8* 31* 42* 31 10 18 15% 5 4

1987-88 (24-11-3) 1983-84 (31-0-0) 1983-84 (19-0-0) 1947-48 (2-8-0) 1959-60 (2-2-0) 2000-01 (4-26-4) 1983-84 (31-0-0) 2002-03 (14-14-8) 1983-84 (31-0-0) Nov. 8, 1983 - Dec. 13, 1984 Dec. 15, 1981 - March 4, 1983 Oct. 14 - Nov. 24, 2000 Dec. 2, 2000 - Feb. 3, 2001 2002-03 Oct. 18 - Nov. 1, 2002 2002-03

9 17 221 77 15 155 64 77 18 28 85 1,530 12 898

vs. St. Frances; Feb. 23, 1979 vs. St. Frances; Feb. 23, 1979 1978-79 2001-02 Fort Frances Aces; Feb. 5, 1950 1999-00 1970-71 1983-84 1976-77 vs. Lake Forest 1994 vs. St. Frances; Feb. 24, 1978 1984-85 vs Niagara; Feb. 14, 2002 1999-00

16 26 352 161

vs. Augsburg; Dec. 14, 1996 vs. UW-Superior; Feb. 12, 1971 1985-86 2006-07

24 42 572 50

vs. Augsburg; Dec. 14, 1996 vs. UW-Superior; Feb. 12, 1971 1978-79 1960-61

22 38 366 124 174 959 1 122 2 275

vs. UW-Stevens Pt. 1993 vs. UW-Stevens Pt. 1993 1993-94 vs. UW-Stevens Pt. 1993 vs. UW-Stevens Pt. 1993 1993-94 vs. Winnipeg; Nov. 30, 1970 1972-73 vs. Winnipeg; Nov. 30, 1970 1972-73

25 54 1,185 0 6 603 2.259 7 13 30

vs. UW-Superior 1968 vs. UW-River Falls; Jan. 20, 1989 1988-89 at Minn.-Duluth (3rd), Feb. 25, 2005 vs. St. Cloud State; Feb. 14, 1969 1972-73 2007-08 2007-08 Mar. 1, 2003 (2nd) to Mar. 15, 2003 (3rd) 1978, 1983

Goal Scoring Most Goals-Period Most Goals-Game Most Goals Scored-Season Fewest Goals Scored-Season Most Goals Against-Game Most Goals Against-Season Fewest Goals Against-Season Most Power Play Goals-Season Most Shorthanded Goals-Season Most Shots on Goal-Period Most Shots on Goal-Game Most Shots on Goal-Season Fewest Shots on Goal-Game Fewest Shots on Goal-Season

Assist Scoring Most Assists-Period Most Assists-Game Most Assists-Season Fewest Assists-Season

Point Scoring Most Points-Period Most Points-Game Most Points-Season Fewest Points-Season

Penalties Most Penalties-Period Most Penalties-Game Most Penalties-Season Most Penalty Minutes-Period Most Penalty Minutes-Game Most Penalty Minutes-Season Fewest Penalties-Game Fewest Penalties-Season Fewest Penalty Minutes-Game Fewest Penalty Minutes-Season

Other Team Records Most Saves-Period Most Saves-Game Most Saves-Season Fewest Saves-Period Fewest Saves-Game Fewest Saves-Season Lowest GAA-Season Most Shutouts-Season Consecutive Periods Without Allowing a Goal Consecutive Periods With At Least One Goal

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Date 2/1/1948 1/9/1949 1/9/1949 1/12/1949 1/12/1949 2/27/1949 2/17/1950 2/19/1950 2/28/1950 2/28/1950 2/11/1960 2/11/1960 2/20/1960 2/20/1960 1/13/1962 1/13/1962 1/29/1962 1/26/1963 2/1/1963 2/1/1963 2/11/1963 1/13/1964 2/1/1964 2/7/1964 1/8/1965 1/9/1965 1/23/1965 1/23/1965 2/5/1965 2/5/1965 2/13/1965 1/29/1966 1/30/1966 2/20/1966 2/21/1966 12/6/1968 1/10/1969 1/14/1969 1/15/1969 1/17/1969 1/26/1969 2/1/1969 $3/7/1969 12/13/1969 12/14/1969 12/20/1969 1/12/1970 1/28/1970 1/28/1970 1/28/1970 2/6/1970 2/7/1970 11/22/1970 11/29/1970 12/12/1970 2/7/1971 2/7,1971 2/7/1971 11/21/1971 1/28/1972 1/29/1972 11/10/1972 11/17/1972 12/1/1972 12/16/1972 2/7/1973 2/10,1973 3/1/1973 11/22/1973 12/19/1973 1/18/1974 2/16/1974 2/22/1974 2/22/1974 2/23/1974 1/5/1975 2/1/1975 12/13/1975 12/13/1975 2/13/1976 2/14/1976 1/3/1977 11/11/1977 12/2/1977 12/11/1977 12/14/1977 12/15/1977 12/15/1977 1/2/1978 1/13/1978 1/13/1978 1/14/1978 2/4/1978 2/16/1978

Player Opponent Scoring John Whiting International Falls 3 goals Wayne Stewart at Detroit Lakes 3 goals Bill Horn at Detroit Lakes 3 goals Ron Aase at Detroit Lakes 3 goals Dick Anderson at Detroit Lakes 3 goals John Whiting at Detroit Lakes 3 goals Ron Aase at Concordia (Minn.) 3 goals Sheldon Fertig Detroit Lakes 3 goals Ron Aase at Detroit Lakes 4 goals Billy Horn at Detroit Lakes 3 goals Ron McKeckney at Concordia (Minn.) 3 goals Paul Lafond at Concordia (Minn.) 3 goals a Paul Lafond Northland (Wis.) 4 goals a Errol Johnson Northland (Wis.) 3 goals Vic Chaput Concordia (Minn.) 3 goals Jerry Drewes Concordia (Minn.) 3 goals Paul Lafond Gustavus-Adolphus 4 goals Tom Lafond at St. Cloud State 3 goals ab Vic Chaput Moorhead State 4 goals Merv Sanderson Moorhead State 3 goals Vic Chaput at Manitoba 3 goals Rich Budge at St. John’s (Minn.) 3 goals Bob Patterson St. Cloud State 3 goals Jim Thompson at Moorhead State 3 goals Rich Budge at Concordia (Minn.) 3 goals Rich Budge at Moorhead State 3 goals Rich Budge at St. Cloud State 3 goals Jim Thompson at St. Cloud State 3 goals Jim Thompson Moorhead State 5 goals Rich Budge Moorhead State 3 goals Jim Thompson St. Cloud State 3 goals Jim Thompson at Lakehead 4 goals ac at Lakehead 4 goals Rich Budge Rich Budge at Concordia (Minn.) 4 goals Rich Budge vs St. Cloud State 3 goals Gary Hokanson vs Winnipeg 3-1=4 pts Austin Wallestad vs Manitoba 3-1=4 pts Austin Wallestada vs St. Cloud State 3-2=5 pts Barry Dillon vs St. Cloud State 3-2=5 pts Bruce Falk vs Warroad 4-0=4 pts Terry Burns at Lakehead 3-0=3 pts Charlie Brown vs Wis. St.-Superior 3-0=3 pts Austin Wallestad vs Salem State 4-0=4 pts Dennis Lemieux vs Winnipeg 3-0=3 pts Gary Bock vs Winnipeg 4-1=5 pts Glen Beckett vs Manitoba 4-0=4 pts Bill Weller vs Grand Rapids 4-1=5 pts 1a Glen Beckett vs Wis. St-Superior 6-0=6 pts Jim Humphrey vs Wis. St-Superior 3-0=3 pts Gary Bock vs Wis. St-Superior 3-3=6 pts Glen Beckett at North Dakota 3-0=3 pts Glen Beckett at North Dakota 3-0=3 pts Jim Humphrey vs Calgary 3-2=5 pts Dennis Lemieux at Manitoba 3-1=4 pts Bruce Falk at North Dakota 3-0=3 pts Randy Martin vs U, of Saskatchewan 4-0=4 pts Bruce Falk vs U. of Saskatchewan 3-0= 3 pts Dale Smedsmo vs U. of Saskatchewan 3-1=4 pts Pat Badiuk vs U. of Saskatchewan 4-0=4 pts Dale Smedsmo vs Wis. St-Superior 3-0=3 pts Gary Bock vs Wis. St-Superior 3-1=4 pts Nick Novaka vs U. of Winnipeg 3-1=4 pts Mark Eagles vs U. of Manitoba 3-1=4 pts Mark Eagles vs MN Jr. Stars 3-1=4 pts Lyle Kvarnlov at Concordia 3-1=4 pts •Gary Sargent vs St. Scholastica 3-1=4 pts Mark Eagles vs Concordia College 3-0=3 pts Nick Novak vs Boston State 3-0=3 pts Dan Boeke vs St. Scholastica 3-0=3 pts Mark Eagles vs Lake Superior St. 3-1=4 pts Dave Millington vs Lake Superior St. 3-1=4 pts Mark Eaglesa vs St. Scholastica 3-1=4 pts Joe Nathe vs Augsburg 3-1=4 pts Dave Milllington vs Augsburg 3-1=4 pts Mark Eagles vs Augsburg 3-1=4 pts Dan Boeke vs St. Mary’s 3-1=4 pts Glenn Chido vs Iowa State 3-2=5 pts Rod Heisler vs Bloomington Jr Stars 3-0=3 pts Mark Kristo vs Bloomington Jr Stars 3-2=5 pts Steve Letourneau vs Wis. River Falls 3-1=4 pts Steve Letourneau vs Wis. River Falls 3-0=3 pts Bill Schmitz vs St. Mary’s 3-0=3 pts Jeff Arf vs U. of Manitoba 3-0=3 pts Scott Currie at Lakehead 3-0=3 pts John Murphy vs Mankato 3-1=4 pts Bill Schmitz at Iowa State 3-0=3 pts John Murphy at Iowa State 4-2=6 pts Dale Baldwin at Iowa State 4-1=5 pts John Murphy vs Augsburg 3-0=3 pts Rod Heisler vs U. of Wis. Stout 3-1=4 pts Gary Krawchuk vs U. of Wis. Stout 3-0=3 pts Dale Baldwin vs U. of Wis. Stout 3-0=3 pts Brian Carleton vs UW-Superior 4-1=5 pts Scott Currie vs UW-Superior 3-0=3 pts

Date 2/17/1978 2/24/1978 1/3/1979 1/12/1979 1/12/1979 1/12/1979 1/20/1979 2/2/1979 2/17/1979 2/23/1979 2/23/1979 1/26/1980 2/9/1980 2/11/1980 3/1/1980 11/8/1980 1/17/1981 1/24/1981 1/24/1981 1/31/1981 2/6/1981 2/7/1981 2/9/1981 12/17/1981 1/3/1982 1/3/1981 12/12/1982 1/2/1983 1/2/1983 1/3/1983 1/7/1983 1/28/1983 2/12/1983 2/12/1983 2/14/1983 11/29/1983 12/10/1983 12/30/1983 12/28/1984 3/10/1984 3/17/1984 1/11/1985 2/5/1985 3/22/1985 11/15/1985 12/19/1985 1/5/1986 1/6/1986 2/18/1986 2/21/1986 2/21/1986 3/8/1986 11/22/1986 12/13/1986 1/3/1987 2/13/1987 2/20/1987 2/28/1987 11/14/1987 11/21/1987 11/22/1987 11/24/1987 1/8/1988 2/5/1988 2/20/1988 2/28/1988 3/11/1988 1/4/1989 2/16/1990 11/11/1990 11/11/1990 11/30/1990 2/2/1991 2/3/1991 11/9/1991 12/19/1991 12/19/1991 1/5/1992 1/10/1992 12/19/1992 2/13/1993 12/18/1993 1/4/1994 1/8/1994 11/5/1994 1/28/1995 2/18/1995 3/18/1995 11/18/1995 12/15/1995 1/12/1996 12/14/1996 1/24/1997 2/15/1997

Player Opponent Steve Seide vs UW-Superior Rod Heisler vs St. Francis Tony Montbello vs UW-Eau Claire Dale Baldwin vs St. Thomas Bill Schmitz vs St. Thomas John Murphy vs St. Thomas Bill Schmitz vs U. of Winnipeg Rod Hiesler vs Estevan John Murphy vs St.Scholastica Jeff Arf vs St. Francis John Murphy vs St. Francis Dale Baldwin vs St. Scholastica Lee Hanson vs Concordia (Minn.) Alan Fournier vs Lake Head Dale Baldwin vs Wis. St-Superior Bill Parenteau vs Winnipeg Mark Masterson vs UW Stout Mark Masterson vs St. John’s John Hansen vs St. John’s John Hansen vs Mankato State Kurt Dade vs UW-River Falls Alan Fournier vs UW-River Falls John Hansen at Bethel Wendal Jellison vs Winnipeg Kurt Dade vs Alaska-Fairbanks Mark Masterson vs Alaska-Fairbanks Mark Lescarbeau vs Mankato State Scott Monsruda vs St. Thomas Wendal Jellison vs St. Thomas Joel Otto vs St. Thomas vs Wis. St-Superior Rob Kostiuka Eric Gagera vs St. Cloud State Wendal Jellison at Wis. St-Superior Eric Gager at Wis. St.-Superior Joel Otto vs St. Scholastica Scott Monsrud vs Concordia (Minn.) Joel Otto at St. Cloud State Joel Otto at St. Thomas a Scott Monsrud at Mankato State Joel Otto vs Alaska-Fairbanks Joel Otto vs Merrimack Eric Gager vs UW Eau Claire Mike Alexander vs Concordia (Minn.) Mike Alexander vs Plattsburgh St. Jim Tyler vs St. John’s (Minn.) Tim Lescarbeau vs Concordia (Minn.) Todd Lescarbeau vs Augsburg Tom Serratore vs Augsburg Tim Lescarbeau at Moorhead State Todd Lescarbeau at Wis.-Eau Claire Mike Alexander at Wis.-Eau Claire Mike Alexander vs Mankato Todd Lescarbeau at Concordia(Minn) Tim Guyer1a vs Bethel Dan Richards at Augsburg Ian Resch at St. Scholastica Todd Lescarbeau vs Wis.-Eau Claire Todd Lescarbeau at Mankato State Jim Tyler vs Wis.-Stevens Point Dan Richards vs St. Scholastica Jim Tyler vs St. Scholastica Jim Tyler vs Bethel Dan Richards vs St. Scholastica Jim Tyler vs Augsburg Dan Richards vs Wis.-Eau Claire Ian Resch vs Wis.-Stevens Point Scott Johnson vs St. Thomas Jim Tyler vs Hamline Jamie Erb vs Wis.-River Falls Sean Taggart vs Augsburg Brent Tookenay vs Augsburg Jamie Erb vs St. Scholastica •Paul Ferry vs St. Scholastica Scott Johnson vs St. Scholastica Jamie Erb vs Augsburg Jamie Erb vs St. Scholastica Dan Tollefson vs St. Scholastica Dan Tollefson vs St Mary’s Jamie Erb vs Wis.-Eau Claire Dan Tollefson vs Augsburg Jason Mack vs Lake Forest Jim Karner vs Mankato State Jim Karner vs St. John’s Jason Mack vs Wis.-River Falls Omer Belisle vs St Scholastica Omer Belisle vs St Scholastica Jeff Sobb vs St Scholastica Jeff Sobb vs Mercyhurst Craig Matatall vs Wis.-Superior Jeff Sobb vs Mankato State Eric Monsrud vs St. Norbert Vince Huerd vs Augsburg •Mike Donaghue vs St. Scholastica Josh Klingfus vs Wis.-Eau Claire

Scoring 3-0=3 pts 4-0=4 pts 3-1=4 pts 4-0=4 pts 3-2=5 pts 4-2=6 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-4=7 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 4-0=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-3=6 pts 3-2=5 pts 3-4=7 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-3=6 pts 3-0=3 pts 3 goals 5 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 5 goals 3 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals 4 goals 3 goals 3 goals 3 goals

Date Player 11/1/1997 Aaron Novak 11/15/1997 Josh Klingfus 12/12/1997 Calvin Chartrand 1/4/1998 Aaron Novak 1/9/1998 Aaron Novak 1/17/1998 Shane Kalbrener 12/11/1998 Calvin Chartrand 1/15/1999 Scot Dickson 1/22/1999 Scot Dickson Division I era 11/25/2000 •Clay Simmons 12/6/2003 Brendan Cook 1/30/2004 Brendan Cook 2/27/2004 Ryan Huddy 3/13/2004 •John Haider 12/3/2005 Luke Erickson 2/10/2006 Ryan Miller 1/18/2008 Chris McKelviea

Opponent vs St. Scholastica vs Wis.-Superior vs Concordia College vs Lake Forest vs Wis.-Stevens Point at Wis.-Stout vs Minn.-Crookston at Wis.-Stevens Point at St. Scholastica

Scoring 3-1=4 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-1=4 pts 4-2=6 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-2=6 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts 3-0=3 pts

vs Wayne State (Mich.) 3-0=3 pts vs Wayne State (Mich.) 3-0=3 pts vs Findlay 3-0=3 pts at Air Force 3-1=4 pts vs Findlay 3-0=3 pts vs Niagara 4-1=5 pts at Western Michigan 3-0=3 pts at Colorado College 3-0=3 pts

$= national playoff game •= defenseman 1 = scored game’s first three goals a = natural hat trick b = three goals in 45-second span in first period; 4 goals in 10:28 c = “three goals in one period and three goals in 11:25” 205 all-time hat tricks 7 Division I-era hat tricks

Six-Goal Games Date 1/28/1970 2/13/1971

Player Opponent Glenn Beckett vs Wis. St.-Superior Dennis Lemieux vs Wis. St-Superior

Five-Goal Games Date 1/28/1970 2/13/1971 2/5/1965 2/13/1980 2/22/1986 11/21/1987 12/19/1991

Player Glenn Beckett Dennis Lemieux Jim Thompson Dale Baldwin Mike Alexander Dan Richards Jamie Erb

Opponent vs Wis. St.-Superior vs Wis. St-Superior Moorhead State at Wis. St-Superior at Eau Claire vs St. Scholastica vs St. Scholastica

Four-Goal Games Date Player 2/28/1950 Ron Aase 2/20/1960 Paul Lafonda 1/29/1962 Paul Lafond 2/1/1963 Vic Chaputab 1/29/1966 Jim Thompson 1/30/1966 Rich Budgeac 2/20/1966 Rich Budge 1/17/1969 Bruce Falk $3/7/1969 Austin Wallestad 12/14/1969 Gary Bock 12/20/1969 Glen Beckett 1/12/1970 Bill Weller 1/28/1970 Glen Beckett1a 2/7/1971 Randy Martin 11/21/1971 Pat Badiuk 12/15/1977 John Murphy 12/15/1977 Dale Baldwin 2/4/1978 Brian Carleton 2/24/1978 Rod Heisler 1/12/1979 Dale Baldwin 1/12/1979 John Murphy 2/6/1981 Kurt Dade 11/21/1987 Dan Richards 12/19/1991 Jamie Erb 1/5/1992 Dan Tollefson 1/10/1992 Jamie Erb 12/19/1992 Dan Tollefson 1/12/1996 Eric Monsrud 1/4/1998 Aaron Novak 1/9/1998 Aaron Novak 1/17/1998 Shane Kalbrener Division I era 12/3/2005 Luke Erickson

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

Scoring 6 goals 6 goals

Scoring 6 goals 6 goals 5 goals 5 goals 5 goals 5 goals 5 goals

Opponent at Detroit Lakes Northland (Wis.) Gustavus-Adolphus Moorhead State at Lakehead at Lakehead at Concordia (Minn.) vs Warroad vs Salem State vs Winnipeg vs Manitoba vs Grand Rapids vs Wis. St-Superior vs U, of Saskatchewan vs U. of Saskatchewan at Iowa State at Iowa State vs UW-Superior vs St. Francis vs St. Thomas vs St. Thomas vs UW-River Falls vs St. Scholastica vs St. Scholastica vs St Mary’s vs Wis.-Eau Claire vs Augsburg vs St. Norbert vs Lake Forest vs Wis.-Stevens Point at Wis.-Stout

Scoring 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4-0=4 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-1=5 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-1=5 pts 6-0=6 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-2=6 pts 4-1=5 pts 4-1=5 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-2=6 pts 4-0=4 pts 5 goals 5 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4 goals 4-2=6 pts 4-0=4 pts 4-2=6 pts

vs Niagara

4-1=5 pts

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Bemidji State Hockey

All-Time Results 1947* date J26 F? F16 F? F? M8

opponent loc result Itasca JC % W Grand Rapids h T 2 2 ot Grand Rapids h L 1 12 Rainy River Legion h L 1 11 Rainy River Legion h L 5 15 Bemidji Independents h L 3 4

% records indicate only that Itasca won; no score available * 1947 season not included in official school records

1948 Jack

Aldrich 1 season 2-8-0 (.200) 1948

1949-50

8-7-0 Head Coach: Eric Hughes date opponent loc result D14 Crookston City a L 4 12 J8 Rainy River Legion h W 7 2 J11 Thief River Falls VFW a W 4 2 J22 Ft. Frances (Al’s Lunch) h W 7 3 J27 Itasca JC a L 3 5 J28 Itasca JC h L 0 3 J29 St. Cloud State h W 5 3 F5 Fort Frances Aces h L 2 15 F8 Fort Frances All Stars a L 1 9 F9 Rainy River Legion a L 2 3 F14 Itasca JC h W 7 1 F17 Concordia-M’head a W 6 0 F18 St. Cloud State a L 0 13 F19 Detroit Lakes Rangers h W 10 4 F28 Detroit Lakes Rangers a W 11 3 * BSU did not field a hockey team from 1951-59

2-8-0 1960-64, 1966 Vic

Weber

1948

2-8-0 Head Coach: Jack Aldrich date opponent loc result J18 St. Cloud State h L 2 12 J25 North Dakota State h L 3 9 J28 Grand Forks Legion a L 1 8 J31 North Dakota State h L 1 2 F1 International Falls h W 6 2 F7 International Falls a L 3 5 F8 UM-Duluth a L 3 4 Grand Forks Americans a L 5 8 F12 F15 UM-Duluth h L 4 9 F29 Brunswick Aces h W 9 4 1949-50 Eric

Hughes 2 seasons 17-13-0 (.567) 1949 1949-50

1949

6 seasons 42-19-2 (.683) 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1966

2-2-0 6-4-0 8-4-0 6-5-1 8-3-1 12-1-0

1961 9-6-0 8-7-0

9-6-0 Head Coach: Eric Hughes date opponent loc result Detroit Lakes Rangers h W 13 0 J9 J12 Detroit Lakes Rangers h W 10 0 J15 St. Cloud State a % 1 1 J16 Rainy River a L 11 3 J26 International l Falls a L 1 6 J29 UM-Duluth h L 3 10 F5 Concordia-M’head h W 7 1 F6 Rainy River h W 4 3 F9 UM-Duluth a L 2 7 F10 Augsburg a W 3 1 F13 Int’l Falls Yankees h L 2 6 F19 Concordia-M’head a W 6 2 F20 St. Cloud State h L 3 4 F23 Rainy River Legion h W 2 1 F26 Emo Dulms, Ontario h W 6 4 F27 Detroit Lakes Rangers h W 10 0 %- game called due to soft ice

6-4-0 Head Coach: Vic Weber date opponent J5 St. John’s (Minn.) J13 St. Cloud State J14 St. Cloud State J21 Augsburg J26 St. John’s (Minn.) F4 Concordia-M’head F10 St. Thomas (Minn.) F11 St. Cloud State F11 St. Cloud State F19 Northland (Wis.)

1962

loc result h W 3 1 h L 2 7 a L 1 7 a W 3 2 ot a L 1 4 h W 6 4 h W 3 2 h L 1 2 h W 4 1 h W 7 2

8-4-0 Head Coach: Vic Weber date opponent loc result J7 Northland (Wis.) h W 10 0 J13 Concordia-M’head h W 11 0 J19 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 4 1 J20 St. Thomas (Minn.) a L 0 4 J25 St. John’s (Minn.) a W 4 2 J27 St. Cloud State h L 3 4 J29 Gustavus Adolphus h W 9 1 F2 Augsburg h W 6 5 ot F6 St. Mary’s (Minn.) a W 5 2 F10 St. Cloud State h L 0 2 F12 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 4 1 F24 Manitoba a L 1 2

34 seasons 702-293-49 (.704) 1966-67 13-5-1 1967-68 u16-8-0 1968-69 u23-2-0 1969-70 u20-7-1 1970-71 u20-7-1 1971-72 13-12-1 1972-73 u23-6-1 1973-74 20-10-1 1974-75 13-15-0 1975-76 22-9-0 1976-77 24-4-3 1977-78 25-5-1 1978-79 u27-2-0 1979-80 u24-8-0 1980-81 24-7-0 1981-82 25-5-1 1982-83 sabbatical 1983-84 u31-0-0 1984-85 27-6-2 1985-86 u25-9-1 1986-87 22-12-1 1987-88 24-11-3 1988-89 19-13-4 1989-90 15-11-2 1990-91 21-6-3 1991-92 16-9-5 1992-93 u24-7-0 1993-94 u21-9-3 1994-95 u24-7-2 1995-96 16-9-4 1996-97 u25-7-2 1997-98 22-10-2 1998-99 17-13-0 1999-2000 13-20-1 2000-01 4-26-4 uNational Champions

1964

8-3-1 Head Coach: Vic Weber date opponent J11 St. Cloud State J13 St. John’s (Minn.) J18 Moorhead State J20 Manitoba J27 St. Mary’s (Minn.) J31 St. Cloud State F1 St. Cloud State F5 St. John’s (Minn.) F7 Moorhead State F8 Moorhead State F15 Concordia-M’head F27 Manitoba

loc result a T 4 4 ot a W 8 2 h W 7 0 a L 2 6 a W 6 5 h W 6 0 h W 7 2 h L 3 4 a W 6 1 a W 6 2 h W 11 0 h L 1 2

1965 Wayne

Peterson 1 season 10-1-1 (.875) 1965

loc result a L 0 4 a W 12 1 h L 2 4 h W 16 0

Peters

6-5-1 Head Coach: Vic Weber date opponent loc result J14 Moorhead State a W 4 1 J19 St. John’s (Minn.) a L 3 4 J25 St. Cloud State a L 1 5 J26 St. Cloud State a W 4 1 J28 Gustavus Adolphus a W 9 3 F1 Moorhead State h W 13 0 F2 Moorhead State h W 12 1 F8 St. Cloud State h L 2 5 F9 St. Cloud State h T 2 2 ot F11 Manitoba a L 6 9 F15 Concordia-M’head h W 5 1 F21 Manitoba h L 5 11

1960

2-2-0 Head Coach: Vic Weber date opponent J29 St. Cloud State F11 Concordia-M’head F13 St. Cloud State F20 Northland (Wis.)

1966-2001 R.H. “Bob”

1963

10-1-1

1965

10-1-1 Head Coach: Wayne Peterson date opponent loc result J8 Concordia-M’head a W 10 3 J9 Moorhead State a W 8 1 J13 Augsburg a W 3 1 J16 Winnipeg h W 7 2 J19 St. John’s (Minn.) a W 4 1 J22 St. Cloud State a L 3 4 J23 St. Cloud State a W 6 5 F5 Moorhead State h W 11 3 F6 Moorhead State h W 18 5 F11 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 6 2 F13 St. Cloud State h W 9 1 F20 Lakehead a T 2 2 ot

1966

12-1-0 Head Coach: Vic Weber date opponent J8 UW-Superior J14 St. Cloud State J15 St. Cloud State J22 St. Mary’s (Minn.) J29 Lakehead J30 Lakehead F4 St. Cloud State F5 St. Cloud State F11 Lakehead F12 Lakehead F14 St. Mary’s (Minn.) F16 UW-Superior F20 Concordia-M’head

loc result h W 5 1 a W 2 1 a W 5 4 a L 4 5 ot a W 5 1 a W 8 7 ot h W 5 1 h W 4 1 h W 5 4 h W 3 1 h W 5 4 ot a W 3 2 a W 13 1

1966-67

13-5-1 / 10-2-0 ICHA • ICHA Co-Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result D3 + Lake Superior St. a W 3 1 D4 + Lake Superior St. a L 1 5 D6 Warroad Lakers a L 2 10 D8 Fort Frances a L 4 6 J6 St. Cloud State h W 5 1 J7 St. Cloud State h W 4 3 J13 + Lakehead h W 5 3 J14 + Lakehead h W 6 5 J17 Winnipeg a T 3 3 ot J20 + UW-Superior a W 5 2 J21 + UW-Superior a W 4 2 J27 St. Cloud State a W 7 0 J28 St. Cloud State a W 11 0 F3 + UW-Superior h W 13 1 F4 + UW-Superior h W 8 1 F11 + Lakehead a L 2 5 F12 + Lakehead a L 5 8 St. Mary’s (Minn.) a W 5 2 St. John’s (Minn.) a W 4 0

Left: Bemidji State’s inaugural intercollegiate men’s ice hockey team from 1948.

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All-Time Results

1967-68

16-8-0 / 6-6-0 ICHA • NAIA National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N17 • Minn.-Nationals h L 5 6 N28 Fort Frances h W 4 3 D2 + Lakehead a L 0 2 D3 + Lakehead a L 1 3 D8 + UW-Superior h W 9 5 D9 + UW-Superior h W 10 1 D16 Denver a L 0 12 J5 St. Cloud State a W 9 2 J6 St. Cloud State a W 8 0 J12 + Lake Superior St. h L 0 2 J13 + Lake Superior St. h L 5 6 J20 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 9 3 J26 + Lakehead h W 6 2 J27 + Lakehead h W 8 4 F2 + Lake Superior St. a L 5 8 F3 + Lake Superior St. a L 5 6 F9 St. Cloud State h W 14 2 F10 St. Cloud State h W 19 1 F16 + UW-Superior a W 6 5 F17 + UW-Superior a W 3 2 M1 Univ. of Winnipeg h W 10 2 M2 Univ. of Winnipeg h W 4 0 M8 Boston State $ W 11 0 M9 Lake Superior St. $ W 5 4 ot +- ICHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (St. Paul, Minn.) • 1st game at John Glas Fieldhouse

1968-69

23-2-0 / 11-1-0 ICHA • NAIA National Champions • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N22 Grand Rapids h W 11 2 N23 Grand Rapids h W 6 3 D6 Winnipeg h W 14 1 D7 Winnipeg h W 8 4 D18 + UW-Superior a W 5 4 ot D19 + UW-Superior a W 4 2 J10 Manitoba h W 11 2 J11 Manitoba h L 5 7 J14 St. Cloud State h W 9 0 J15 St. Cloud State h W 13 0 J17 Warroad Lakers h W 11 2 J25 + Lakehead a L 1 4 J26 + Lakehead a W 8 4 J31 + UW-Superior h W 8 0 F1 + UW-Superior h W 9 5 F7 + Lake Superior St. h W 6 4 F8 + Lake Superior St. h W 4 2 F14 St. Cloud State a W 5 1 F15 St. Cloud State a W 6 0 F21 + Lake Superior St. a W 4 3 F22 + Lake Superior St. a W 5 4 F28 + Lakehead h W 6 4 M1 + Lakehead h W 8 0 M7 Salem State $ W 14 2 M8 Lake Superior St. $ W 6 2 +- ICHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (Sault St. Marie, Mich.)

1969-70

24-3-0 / 10-2-0 ICHA • NAIA National Champions • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N29 Winnipeg a W 9 1 N30 Winnipeg a W 8 2 D6 Saskatchewan h W 9 2 D7 Saskatchewan h W 5 1 D13 Winnipeg h W 15 1 D14 Winnipeg h W 10 2 D19 Manitoba h W 5 2 D20 Manitoba h W 7 1 J12 Grand Rapids h W 14 0 J16 + Lakehead a W 6 2 J17 + Lakehead a W 6 2 J23 + Lake Superior St. h W 5 4 J24 + Lake Superior St. h W 4 1 J27 + UW-Superior h W 16 1 J28 + UW-Superior h W 16 1 F1 Calgary h W 4 1 F2 Calgary h W 6 1 F6 North Dakota a L 4 7 F7 North Dakota a W 7 5 F13 + UW-Superior a W 9 1 F14 + UW-Superior a W 11 0 F21 + Lakehead h W 9 3 F22 + Lakehead h W 5 4 F27 + Lake Superior St. h L 3 4 F28 + Lake Superior St. h L 1 11 M6 Gustavus Adolphus $ W 5 2 M7 Lake Superior St. $ W 7 4 +- ICHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (Sault St. Marie, Mich)

1970-71

20-7-1 / 10-1-1 ICHA • NAIA National Champions • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N22 Calgary h W 7 3 N23 Calgary h L 3 4 N29 Manitoba a W 7 4 N30 Winnipeg a W 7 1 D6 U.S. Nationals 1 L 3 4 D7 U.S. Nationals 1 L 2 8 D12 North Dakota a L 3 4 D14 Manitoba a W 4 1 D15 Manitoba a W 5 1 J5 Brandon h W 9 3 J10 Alberta h W 7 3 J11 Alberta h L 1 2 J15 + Lakehead h W 7 0 J16 + Lakehead h L 1 3 J19 North Dakota a L 2 3 ot J22 + Lake Superior St. a T 3 3 ot J23 + Lake Superior St. a W 4 3 J29 + UW-Superior a W 9 0 J30 + UW-Superior a W 10 0 F7 Saskatchewan h W 13 3 F12 + UW-Superior h W 16 1 F13 + UW-Superior h W 11 2 F19 + Lakehead a W 6 3 F20 + Lakehead a W 5 1 F27 + Lake Superior St. h W 5 1 F28 + Lake Superior St. h W 4 0 M5 Augsburg $ W 12 1 M6 Lakehead $ W 6 2 +- ICHA Conference game 1- Roseau, Minn. $- NAIA Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)

1968 NAIA National Champions Front row (L to R): Blane Comstock, Richard Anderson, Terry Burns, asst. coach Lorne Humphreys, head coach R.H. "Bob" Peters, Buzz Oslon, Phil Dupuis, Len Kleisinger 2nd row (L to R): Doug Swenson, Dick Erikson, Austin Wallestad, Laurie Giles, Jim McElmury, George Ganyo, Dennis Schueller, Terry Bergstrom, George Manser, Gord Payne 3rd row (L to R): Bruce Falk, Bryan Grand, Ken Anderson, Barry Dillon, Dennis Sauter, Tim Gerber, Bill Weller, Not Pictured: Jim Humphrey

1971-72

13-12-1 / 5-6-1 ICHA Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N12 Winnipeg h L 3 4 N13 Winnipeg h W 6 3 N21 Saskatchewan h W 8 4 N22 Saskatchewan h W 8 4 N29 Manitoba a W 6 2 D1 U.S. Olympic Team 1 L 3 5 D3 U.S. Olympic Team h L 1 10 D5 British Columbia h W 9 4 D17 Brandon a W 5 3 D21 Gustavus Adolphus 2 L 5 6 D22 Manitoba 2 L 3 4 ot J8 Gustavus Adolphus h L 4 7 J14 + Lakehead h T 3 3 ot J15 + Lakehead h W 6 4 J21 + Lake Superior St. a L 1 7 J22 + Lake Superior St. a L 3 6 J28 + UW-Superior h W 6 4 J29 + UW-Superior h W 7 5 F7 Manitoba h W 9 0 F11 + UW-Superior a W 6 5 F12 + UW-Superior a L 4 5 F18 + Lakehead a W 5 4 F19 + Lakehead a L 0 6 F23 Brandon h W 5 1 F25 + Lake Superior St. h L 2 9 F26 + Lake Superior St. h L 5 6 +- ICHA Conference game 1- International Falls, Minn. 2- Christmas Tournament (Columbia Hts., Minn.)

1972-73

23-6-1 / 8-4-0 ICHA • ICHA Co-Champions • NAIA National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N10 Winnipeg h W 6 3 N11 Winnipeg h L 0 3 N17 Manitoba h W 10 6 N18 Manitoba h W 5 3 D1 Jr. North Stars h W 7 4 D2 Jr. North Stars h L 4 7 D8 + Lakehead h W 4 3 D9 + Lakehead h W 3 2 D16 Concordia a W 8 2 D29 Brandon 1 W 5 1 D30 Manitoba 1 W 10 3 J5 + Lakehead a W 10 3 J6 + Lakehead a W 7 1 J12 Brandon h W 5 0 J13 Brandon h T 4 4 ot J15 Manitoba h W 10 2 J19 + Lake Superior St. h W 4 2 J20 + Lake Superior St. h L 4 8 J26 + UW-Superior h W 6 1 J27 + UW-Superior h L 4 7 F3 St. Scholastica h W 7 2 F10 Concordia-M’head h W 12 3 F12 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 8 5 F16 + UW-Superior h W 8 1 F17 + UW-Superior h W 10 4 F23 + Lake Superior St. a L 1 4 F24 + Lake Superior St. a L 2 6 M1 Boston State $ W 8 1 M2 Gustavus Adolphus $ W 6 3 M3 Lakehead $ W 3 2 ot +- ICHA conference game 1- Manitoba Tourney $- NAIA Championship (Thunder Bay, Ontario)

1973-74

20-10-1 / 9-3-0 ICHA • NAIA National Runner-Up • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N9 Winnipeg h W 7 4 N10 Winnipeg h W 5 3 N16 Manitoba h W 9 2 N17 Manitoba h W 7 4 N22 UM-Duluth 1 L 2 10 N23 RPI (NY) 1 L 4 5 N24 St. Scholastica 1 T 6 6 ot N30 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 9 3 D1 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 7 3 D7 Gustavus Adolphus h L 2 4 D8 Gustavus Adolphus h W 3 2 D18 Lake Superior State a L 1 6 D19 Lake Superior State a L 5 9 J4 + Lakehead a L 4 6 J5 + Lakehead a L 3 5 J11 + Lakehead h W 9 6 J12 + Lakehead h W 5 4 J18 Lake Superior State h W 7 4 J19 Lake Superior State h L 1 5 J25 + UW-Superior h L 2 5 J26 + UW-Superior h W 6 0 F3 + St. Scholastica a W 6 2 F4 + St. Scholastica a W 12 7 F8 + UW-Superior a W 9 3 F9 + UW-Superior a W 6 1 F15 + St. Scholastica h W 6 3 F16 + St. Scholastica h W 12 2 F22 Augsburg h W 14 0 F23 Augsburg h W 5 3 M5 Gustavus Adolphus $ W 4 2 M6 Lake Superior State $ L 1 4 +- ICHA Conference game 1- UM-Duluth Tourney (Duluth, Minn.) $- NAIA Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)

1974-75

13-15-0 / 2-10-0 ICHA Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N8 Winnepeg h W 6 3 N9 Winnepeg h W 5 4 N15 Manitoba h L 2 7 N16 Manitoba h L 4 7 N21 + Lakehead h W 4 3 N22 + Lakehead h W 7 6 N25 Mankato State a L 3 4 N26 Gustavus Adolphus a L 3 5 D8 Gustuvus Adophus h L 2 4 D13 St. Thomas (Minn.) h L 3 4 ot D14 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 7 6 ot D20 + Lakehead a L 3 5 D21 + Lakehead a L 4 5 ot J4 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 8 1 J5 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 15 1 J8 Concordia-M’head a W 6 3 Fargo-Moor. Sugar Kings h W 5 3 J9 J17 + St. Scholastica h L 5 6 J18 + St. Scholastica h L 5 6 J24 + UW-Superior a L 2 7 J25 + UW-Superior a L 2 5 J31 Iowa State h W 9 1 F1 Iowa State h W 12 5 F6 + UW-Superior h L 2 12 F7 + UW-Superior h W 4 3 F12 Concordia-M’head h W 9 2 F21 + St. Scholastica a L 1 2 F22 + St. Scholastica a L 0 7 +- ICHA Conference game

1969 NAIA National Champions Front row (L to R): Bryan Grand, Gary Hokanson, asst. coach Lorne Humphreys, head coach R.H. "Bob" Peters, Jim Thompson, Terry Bergstrom, Terry Burns 2nd row (L to R): Bob Nyberg, Dennis Schueller, Jim McElmury, Rod Peterson, Vic Thordarson, Barrie Elycheson, Austin Wallestad, Henry Karner 3rd row (L to R): Bill Weller, Bruce Falk, Jude Boulianne, John Drzystck, Charlie Brown, Dennis Lemieux, Ken Anderson, Barry Dillon, Not Pictured: Jim Humphrey

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All-Time Results 1975-76

22-9-0 / 8-4-0 ICHA • NAIA National Fourth Place • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N7 Winnipeg h L 2 4 N8 Winnipeg h L 4 5 N14 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 6 3 N15 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 3 2 ot N21 + Lakehead h L 0 1 N22 + Lakehead h W 10 5 N24 Augsburg a W 5 4 N25 Gustavus Adolphus a L 4 8 D6 Gustavus Adolphus h W 5 3 D12 Bloomington Jr. Stars h W 8 3 D13 Bloomington Jr. Stars h W 12 5 D18 + Lakehead a W 7 4 D19 + Lakehead a W 11 3 J5 Augsburg h W 6 3 J9 Iowa State h W 10 2 J10 Iowa State h W 7 3 J15 + St. Scholastica a L 5 7 J16 + St. Scholastica a L 0 5 J23 + UW-Superior h W 5 4 J24 + UW-Superior h W 7 4 F2 Manitoba h W 7 6 F6 + UW-Superior a L 3 4 F7 + UW-Superior a W 6 5 ot F13 UW-River Falls h W 8 2 F14 UW-River Falls h W 10 2 F20 + St. Scholastica h W 6 4 F21 + St. Scholastica h W 5 2 F24 Mankato State h W 6 2 F27 UW-Stout $ W 4 2 F28 UW-Superior $ L 3 4 F29 Gustavus Adolphus $ L 4 5 +- ICHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (Superior, Wis.)

1976-77

24-4-3 / 9-3-2 ICHA • NAIA National Third Place • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N5 Winnipeg h W 7 0 N6 Winnipeg h W 5 3 N12 + Lakehead h L 3 4 N13 + Lakehead h W 2 0 N18 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 5 2 N19 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 5 4 N28 UW-River Falls a W 8 3 N29 UW-River Falls a W 7 5 D6 Concordia-M’head h W 4 2 D10 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 5 2 D11 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 6 2 D15 Iowa State a W 12 6 D16 Iowa State a W 14 2 J3 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 7 0 J7 UW-Stout h W 3 0 J8 UW-Stout h W 6 1 J14 + UW-Superior a T 4 4 J15 + UW-Superior a W 6 3 J21 Manitoba h T 3 3 J22 Manitoba h W 6 5 J28 + St. Scholastica h W 8 3 J29 + St. Scholastica h W 2 1 F4 + Lakehead a L 4 5 F5 + Lakehead a T 5 5 F11 + UW-Superior h W 6 1 F12 + UW-Superior h W 5 4 F17 + St. Scholastica a W 1 0 F18 + St. Scholastica a L 5 6 F23 St. Francis (Maine) $ W 11 0 F24 St. Scholastica $ L 2 5 F25 Augsburg $ W 5 2 +- ICHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (Superior, Wis.)

1977-78

25-5-1 / 11-3-0 ICHA • NAIA National Runner-Up • ICHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N4 Winnipeg h W 7 5 N5 Winnipeg h W 4 0 N11 Manitoba h T 5 5 ot N12 Manitoba h W 5 4 ot N19 Concordia-M’head a W 5 1 D2 + UW-Superior a L 1 8 D3 + Lakehead a W 9 4 D4 + St. Scholastica a L 2 5 D9 Mankato State h W 7 0 D10 Mankato State h W 10 5 D14 Iowa State a W 13 1 D15 Iowa State a W 16 2 J2 Augsburg h W 10 3 J3 Augsburg h W 4 3 J4 Manitoba h L 2 10 J11 Concordia-M’head h W 6 2 J13 UW-Stout h W 8 2 J14 UW-Stout h W 10 2 J20 + St. Scholastica a W 8 5 J21 + St. Scholastica a W 5 4 J27 + UW-Superior a W 6 2 J28 + UW-Superior a W 6 3 F3 + St. Scholastica h W 5 3 F4 + UW-Superior h W 7 4 F9 + St. Scholastica h L 2 3 ot F10 + St. Scholastica h W 7 4 F16 + UW-Superior h W 5 2 F17 + UW-Superior h W 9 5 F24 St. Francis (Maine) $ W 16 2 F25 St. Thomas (Minn.) $ W 7 1 F26 Augsburg $ L 3 4 +- ICHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (St. Paul, Minn.)

1978-79

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27-2-0 • NAIA National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N3 Saskatchewan h L 4 7 N4 Saskatchewan h W 4 2 N10 Brandon h W 8 2 N11 Brandon h W 6 3 N20 Augsburg a L 3 4 N21 Gustavus Adolphus a W 5 2 N29 UW-Superior a W 5 3 D2 Concordia-M’head a W 3 1 D5 Concordia-M’head h W 9 0 D14 UW-Superior h W 6 4 D16 Lakehead a W 3 2 D17 Lakehead a W 6 3 J3 UW-Eau Claire h W 17 0 J4 UW-Eau Claire h W 10 1 J12 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 14 2 J13 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 7 2 J19 Winnipeg h W 8 1 J20 Winnipeg h W 8 1 J24 St. Scholastica a W 7 1 J25 St. Scholastica a W 6 2 F2 Estevan a W 10 4 F3 Estevan a W 11 1 F7 St. Cloud State a W 8 2 F11 Lakehead h W 9 1 F16 St. Scholastica h W 5 2 F17 St. Scholastica h W 7 6 F23 St. Francis (Maine) $ W 17 1 F24 UW-River Falls $ W 7 5 F25 Concordia-M’head $ W 5 1 $- NAIA Championship (St. Paul, Minn.)

1970 NAIA National Champions Front row (L to R): Bob Thorne, Blane Comstock, Terry Burns, Bryan Grand, Barry Dillon, Ken Anderson, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Terry Delmonte, Jim Hannah 2nd row (L to R): Jude Boulianne, Dennis Schueller, Gary Bock, Jim McElmury, Charlie Brown, Barry Elycheson, Dale Smedsmo, Austin Bennett, Joe Zywiec 3rd row (L to R): Bill Weller, Jim Humphrey, Nick Novak, Glen Beckett, Dennis Lemieux, Pat Badiuk, Tom Molloy, Bruce Falk

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1979-80

24-8-0 • NAIA National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N2 Winnipeg h W 7 2 N3 Winnipeg h W 5 3 N9 Brandon a L 2 5 N10 Brandon a L 1 10 N20 Hamline a W 5 3 N21 St. Thomas (Minn.) a W 3 2 N30 Bethel (Minn.) h W 15 2 D1 Bethel (Minn.) h W 5 2 D4 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 10 0 D8 Concordia-M’head a W 5 4 D14 UW-Stout a W 9 3 D15 UW-Stout a W 7 1 D20 Gustavus Adolphus h W 3 2 ot D29 Roseau Leafs a W 6 4 J6 Warroad Lakers a L 1 4 J14 St. Cloud State h W 1 0 J18 Manitoba h L 2 5 J19 Manitoba h W 5 4 ot J26 St. Scholastica h W 6 5 J27 St. Scholastica h L 5 8 F1 Brandon h L 4 5 F2 Brandon h L 4 5 F3 UW-Superior h W 6 3 F6 Concordia h W 9 1 F9 Lakehead h W 8 2 F13 UW-Superior h W 7 4 F17 Augsburg h W 6 4 F22 St. Scholastica a W 3 1 F23 St. Scholastica a L 4 5 F29 St. Olaf $ W 5 2 M1 UW-Superior $ W 8 3 M2 Mich.-Dearborn $ W 4 3 $- NAIA Championship (St. Paul, Minn.)

1980-81

24-7-0 / 8-4-0 NCHA • NAIA National Third Place Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N7 Winnipeg h W 6 0 N8 Winnipeg h W 6 3 N14 Manitoba h L 5 6 N24 Augsburg a W 3 2 D5 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 6 5 D6 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 6 5 D10 + UW-Superior h W 9 3 D12 Winnipeg a W 3 1 D13 Winnipeg a L 1 3 D17 + St. Cloud State a L 2 4 D27 Warroad Lakers a W 8 5 J3 St. Olaf a W 9 3 J4 UW-River Falls a W 5 4 J7 St. John’s (Minn.) a W 10 0 J11 Warroad Lakers h W 3 0 J16 UW-Stout h W 15 1 J17 UW-Stout h W 11 4 J21 + UW-Superior a L 2 6 J24 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 12 2 J29 + Mankato State a L 4 5 J31 + Mankato State h W 4 3 F6 + UW-River Falls h W 10 2 F7 + UW-River Falls h W 9 0 F9 Bethel h W 8 1 F13 + St. Cloud State h L 3 5 F14 + St. Cloud State h W 6 2 F20 + UW-Eau Claire a W 6 3 F21 + UW-Eau Claire a W 3 2 M5 St. Mary’s $ W 5 1 M6 UW-Superior $ L 4 6 M7 Mich. Dearborn $ W 11 2 +- NCHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (River Falls, Wis.)

1981-82

25-5-1 / 16-3-1 NCHA • NAIA National Runner-Up • NCHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N13 + UW-River Falls h W 5 2 N14 + UW-River Falls h W 4 2 N15 Hamline h W 12 2 N23 St. Thomas (Minn.) a W 5 3 D1 Augsburg h L 3 4 D4 + UW-Superior a W 7 5 D5 + UW-Superior a T 1 1 D11 + UW-Eau Claire h W 3 1 D12 + UW-Eau Claire h L 3 4 D16 Winnipeg h W 8 1 D17 Winnipeg h W 8 4 J3 Alaska-Fairbanks h W 12 0 J8 + UW-Superior h W 8 3 J9 + UW-Superior h W 8 1 J15 + UW-River Falls a L 2 5 J16 + UW-River Falls a W 8 3 J22 + St. Cloud State h W 6 1 J23 + St. Cloud State h W 5 4 J25 Bethel h W 10 5 J29 + Mankato State a W 5 3 J30 + Mankato State a W 4 3 F5 + Mankato State h W 5 3 F6 + Mankato State h W 5 2 F12 + St. Cloud State a W 3 2 F13 + St. Cloud State a L 1 2 F16 St. Olaf h W 9 0 F19 + UW-Eau Claire a W 4 0 F20 + UW-Eau Claire a W 4 2 F26 Hamline $ W 6 2 F27 UW-River Falls $ W 7 0 F28 Augsburg $ L 3 6 +- NCHA Conference game $- NAIA Championship (Superior, Wis.)

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All-Time Results

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1983-84

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1982-83

30-6-1

30-6-1 / 16-3-1 NCHA • First Season at NCAA Division II Level • NCAA Division II National Runner-Up • NCHA Champions Head Coach: Mike Gibbons date opponent loc result N5 Winnipeg h W 6 0 N6 Winnipeg h W 6 2 N12 + UW-River Falls a L 4 7 N13 + UW-River Falls a L 1 3 N20 Concordia-M’head a W 4 1 N22 Augsburg a W 6 1 D3 + St. Cloud State a W 10 5 D4 + St. Cloud State a W 5 4 D7 Concordia-M’head h W 9 2 D11 + Mankato State h W 4 3 D12 + Mankato State h W 7 4 D15 Gustavus Adolphus a L 6 7 D30 St. Scholastica a W 5 2 J2 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 10 1 J3 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 4 3 J7 + UW-Superior h W 7 4 J8 + UW-Superior h W 6 2 J14 + UW-Eau Claire a W 6 0 J15 + UW-Eau Claire a L 1 4 J21 + UW-River Falls h W 4 1 J22 + UW-River Falls h W 7 4 J28 + St. Cloud State h W 6 0 J29 + St. Cloud State h W 3 1 F4 + Mankato State a T 4 4 ot F5 + Mankato State a W 7 2 F11 + UWSuperior a W 4 0 F12 + UW-Superior a W 13 5 F14 St. Scholastica h W 7 1 F18 + UW-Eau Claire h W 5 3 F19 + UW-Eau Claire h W 6 3 M1 St. Olaf 1 W 5 2 M3 St. Thomas (Minn.) 1 W 3 2 M5 Mankato State 1 W 5 3 M11 Gustavus Adolphus % W 6 3 M12 Gustavus Adolphus % L 2 3 M17 Babson (Mass.) $ W 3 1 M19 RIT, NY $ L 2 4 1- WIHA Tournament (Bemidji, Minn.) %- NCAA Playoff (Bemidji, Minn.) $- NCAA Championship (Lowell, Mass.)

31-0-0 / 18-0-0 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Champions • NCHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N8 Winnipeg h W 9 1 N20 Lake Forest a W 6 0 N21 Lake Forest a W 5 2 N29 Concordia-M’head h W 9 1 D3 Gustavus Adolphus h W 10 2 D6 + UW-Superior h W 9 3 D9 + St. Cloud State a W 4 2 D10 + St. Cloud State a W 9 3 D15 + UW-River Falls h W 5 3 D16 + UW-River Falls h W 5 4 D30 St. Thomas (Minn.) a W 7 3 J6 Augsburg h W 7 4 J7 Augsburg h W 4 1 J13 + UW-Eau Claire a W 8 5 J14 + UW-Eau Claire a W 11 1 J20 + St. Scholastica h W 5 3 J21 + St. Scholastica h W 7 1 J24 + UW-Superior h W 9 1 J27 + Mankato State a W 5 4 J28 + Mankato State a W 3 2 J31 Concordia-M’head a W 7 3 F3 + St. Cloud State h W 5 3 F4 + St. Cloud State h W 6 0 F10 + St. Scholastica a W 4 3 F11 + St. Scholastica a W 9 1 F17 + Mankato State h W 6 3 F18 + Mankato State h W 9 0 M10 Alaska-Fairbanks $ W 9 6 M11 Alaska-Fairbanks $ W 4 2 M17 Merrimack $ W 6 3 M18 Merrimack $ W 8 1 +- NCHA Conference game $- NCAA II Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)

31-0-0: Perfection

Bemidji State’s 1983-84 season saw the Beavers not only bring home their eighth national championship - and first at the Division II level - the program also set a still-standing collegiate hockey record for most victories in an unbeaten season with 31 (31-0-0). Those 31 wins helped BSU assemble a 42-game winning streak, also a collegiate hockey record. “Every so often in all athletCollege Hockey’s Unbeaten Teams ics there’s just a gathering of 1983-84 Bemidji State 31-0-0 1969-70 Cornell (N.Y.) 29-0-0 athletes who are just excel1995-96 Ala.-Huntsville 26-0-3 lent,” then-head coach R.H. 1955-56 Clarkson (N.Y.) 23-0-0 “Bob” Peters said of the 19831946-47 Colgate (N.Y.) 13-0-0 84 squad. “They’re excellent 1942-43 Colgate (N.Y.) 11-0-0 athletes and excellent people. Source: CCHA research There are other variables, too - experience, depth, injuries, leadership. All those things kind of came together for us, but it all begins with the gathering together of an outstanding group of athletes. It happens. Not often, though. “Personally speaking, I am very grateful for it. I feel very fortunate to know first-hand what goes into such a streak.” Bemidji State’s 1983-84 squad stands as one of six teams in college hockey history to post an undefeated season and one of only five to finish a season unbeaten and untied. Following is the exclusive list of those unbeaten clubs.

Perfection Turns 20 On Oct. 17, 2003, prior to Bemidji State’s home contest against Clarkson, the BSU athletics community celebrated the 20th anniversary of the perfect 1983-84 Division II National Championship team, honoring members of that team and retiring the #24 jersey worn by its captain, Joel Otto. Otto, the 1984 Division II Hobey Baker Award winner, a 1998 Olympian and 1989 Stanley Cup Champion with the Calgary Flames, became the first player in BSU history to have his jersey retired.

Left: Ryan Huddy, who wore Otto’s #24 before the number was retired; R.H. “Bob” Peters; Joel Otto; and BSU President Jon Quistgaard at the ceremony retiring Otto’s jersey on Oct. 17, 2003.

1973 NAIA National Champions Front Row (L to R): Chuck Scanlon, asst. coach Barry Dillon, John Dunbar, Lynn Smith, Nick Novak, John Birrenkott, Pat Badiuk, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Will Comstock 2nd row (L to R): Glenn Chiodo, Scott Preston, Gary Sargent, Pat Russell, Joe Nathe, Tom Waldhauser, Mark Kristo, Dave Millington, Jim Borden 3rd row (L to R): Dennis Fermoyle, Duff Melhus, Dan Boeke, Brian Mullaly, Dave Kvarnlov, Lyle Kvarnlov, Mark Eagles, Steve Curley, Steve Letourneau, Bob Thorne, Randy Kirk

1979 NAIA National Champions Front row (L to R): John Murphy, Jeff Arf, Bill Schmitz, asst. coach Mark Kristo, Scott Currie, Tom Heaviland, Mike Gibbons, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Rod Heisler, Pat Kinney, Hal Burton 2nd row (L to R): Jim Scanlon, Gary Tveit, Dale Baldwin, Gary Krawchuk, Dev Anderson, Dan Olson, Tony Montebello, Brian Carleton, Mike Rose, Mike Fairchild, Richard Thompson 3rd row (L to R): manager Bryan Bouchard, manager Sandy Hafenbrak, Ron Bouchard, Alain Fournier, Wade Froehlich, Jim Carey, Pat Rice, Neal Holmstrom, Kevin Delaney, Micheal Milless, Mark Masterson, Joseph Knudson, manager Keith Pangman

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All-Time Results 1984-85

27-6-2 / 14-3-1 NCHA • First Season at NCAA Division III Level • NCAA Division III National Runner-Up • NCHA Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N11 Lakehead a W 10 4 N17 St. John’s (Minn.) a W 4 2 N19 St. Mary’s (Minn.) a W 5 3 N20 Gustavus Adolphus a W 4 3 D4 + UW-Superior h W 8 7 D7 + St. Cloud State h W 8 1 D8 + St. Cloud State h W 4 1 D14 + UW-River Falls a W 4 3 D15 + UW-River Falls a W 5 3 D20 + UW-Superior a W 10 2 D31 Augsburg a W 6 4 J1 wAugsburg a L 2 9 J11 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 2 J12 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 1 J14 Hamline h W 4 1 J18 + St. Scholastica a L 3 6 J19 + St. Scholastica a W 6 2 J25 + Mankato State h W 7 2 J26 + Mankato State h W 7 6 F1 + St. Cloud State a L 5 6 ot F2 + St. Cloud State a L 5 7 F5 Concordia-M’head h W 12 2 F8 + St. Scholastica h W 7 2 F9 + St. Scholastica h W 8 3 F12 Concordia-M’head h W 12 1 F15 + Mankato State a W 4 2 F16 + Mankato State a T 2 2 ot M2 St. Scholastica 1 T 5 5 ot M3 St. Scholastica 1 W 5 1 M4 Gustavus Adolphus 1 W 4 2 M10 St. Thomas (Minn.) # W 4 1 M16 Mankato State # L 2 4 M17 Mankato State # W 9 2 M22 Plattsburgh State $ W 8 7 3ot M23 RIT (NY) $ L 1 5 wloss snaps BSU 42-game winning streak + NCHA conference game 1- WIHA Tournament (Bemidji, Minn.) #- NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals (Bemidji, Minn.) $- NCAA Div. III Championship (Schenectady, N.Y.)

1985-86

25-9-1 / 12-6-0 NCHA • NCAA Division III National Champions • NCHA Co-Champions • NCHA Tournament Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N15 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 8 5 N24 Hamline a W 4 3 N25 Bethel h W 4 3 D6 + St. Cloud State a W 6 4 D7 + St. Cloud State a L 4 6 D13 + UW-River Falls h W 11 1 D14 + uUW-River Falls h L 4 5 D19 Concordia-M’head h W 11 3 J5 Augsburg h W 8 6 J6 Augsburg h W 14 5 J10 + Mankato State a W 6 2 J11 + Mankato State a W 5 4 J16 + UW-Superior a W 6 2 J18 + UW-Superior h W 6 5 J24 + St. Scholastica h L 2 4 J25 + St. Scholastica h W 7 6 J31 + St. Cloud State h W 6 3 F1 + St. Cloud State h L 1 8 F4 Gustavus Adolphus h L 4 5 F7 + Mankato State h W 4 2 F8 + Mankato State h L 4 6 F10 St. Mary’s (Minn.) h W 9 2 F14 + St. Scholastica a L 3 5 F15 + St. Scholastica a W 12 4 F18 Concordia-M’head a W 11 4 F21 + UW-Eau Claire a W 10 3 F22 + UW-Eau Claire a W 9 3 M1 UW-River Falls 1 W 5 4 M2 UW-River Falls 1 T 3 3 M8 Mankato State 1 W 6 3 M9 Mankato State 1 L 4 6 M15 Elmira # W 5 2 M16 Elmira # L 3 5 M16 Elmira # * 3 0 M21 RIT (NY) $ W 5 4 M22 Plattsburgh State $ W 8 5 uloss snaps BSU 57-game home winning streak + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament (Bemidji, Minn.) / *- mini #- NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals (Bemidji, Minn.) $- NCAA Div. III Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)

1986-87

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22-12-1 / 12-7-1 NCHA • NCAA Division III National Fourth Place • NCHA Tournament Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N14 + UW-Superior h L 5 10 N15 + UW-Superior h L 5 8 N22 Concordia-M’head a W 11 4 D5 + St. Cloud State h L 1 5 D6 + St. Cloud State h W 4 2 D9 Hamline h W 6 1 D11 Gustavus Adolphus a W 4 2 D13 Bethel h W 10 1 D18 + UW-River Falls a W 5 3 D19 + UW-River Falls a W 5 4 J2 Augsburg a L 3 6 J3 Augsburg a W 12 7 J9 + Mankato State a L 2 4 J10 + Mankato State a L 3 4 J16 + UW-Stevens Point h W 4 3 J17 + UW-Stevens Point h W 3 2 ot J23 + St. Scholastica h W 6 3 J24 + St. Scholastica h W 5 3 J30 + St. Cloud State a L 0 4 J31 + St. Cloud State a T 4 4 ot F6 + Mankato State h W 3 2 F7 + Mankato State h L 3 4 F13 + St. Scholastica a W 5 3 F14 + St. Scholastica a W 7 3 F17 Concordia-M’head h W 4 0 F20 + UW-Eau Claire h W 8 4 F21 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 0 F28 Mankato State 1 W 5 3 M1 Mankato State 1 W 4 2 M7 St. Cloud State 2 L 4 6 M8 St. Cloud State 2 L 7 9 M14 Concordia-M’head # W 3 1 M15 Concordia-M’head # W 8 6 M20 Plattsburgh St. $ L 4 7 M21 St. Cloud State $ L 4 6 + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament (Mankato, Minn.) 2- NCHA Championship (St. Cloud Minn.) #- NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals (Bemidji, Minn.) $- NCAA Div. III Semifinals (Plattsburgh, N.Y.)

1987-88

24-11-3 / 15-6-3 NCHA • NCAA Division III National Third Place Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N6 + Mankato State h W 5- 1 N7 + Mankato State h T 3 3 N13 + UW-Stevens Point h T 2 2 N14 + UW-Stevens Point h L 4 5 N21 + St. Scholastica a W 9 2 N22 + St. Scholastica a W 11 3 N24 Bethel a W 6 0 D04 + UW-River Falls h W 3 1 D05 + UW-River Falls h L 2 5 D11 + UW-Superior a W 5 3 D12 + UW-Superior a W 7 4 D18 Concordia-M’head a W 9 2 D19 Concordia-M’head a W 9 4 D21 Hamline a W 9 2 J2 + UW-Eau Claire a W 3 2 J3 + UW-Eau Claire a W 5 1 J8 + St. Scholastica h W 11 3 J9 + St. Scholastica h W 7 5 J15 + Mankato State a L 2 5 J16 + Mankato State a L 0 6 J22 + UW-Stevens Point h L 4 6 J23 + UW-Stevens Point h W 4 3 J29 + UW-Superior h W 4 1 J30 + UW-Superior h W 4 3 F5 Augsburg h W 11 4 F6 Augsburg h W 10 5 F12 + UW-River Falls a W 5 2 F13 + UW-River Falls a L 4 7 F19 + UW-Eau Claire h T 4 4 F20 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 2 F27 UW-Stevens Point 1 L 0 4 F28 UW-Stevens Point 1 W 8 1 F28 UW-Stevens Point 1 * 1 0 M4 UW-River Falls 2 L 4 7 M5 UW-River Falls 2 L 0 2 M12 St. Thomas (Minn.) $ W 5 1 M13 St. Thomas (Minn.) $ W 3 1 M18 UW-River Falls $ L 4 6 M19 UW-River Falls $ L 3 5 + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament (Bemidji, Minn.) / *- mini 2- NCHA Championship (River Falls, Wis.) #- NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals (Bemidji, Minn.) $- NCAA Div. III Semifinals (River Falls, Wis.)

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Bemidji State Coaching Records Victories 702 R.H. “Bob” Peters 120 uTom Serratore 42 Vic Weber 31 Mike Gibbons 17 Eric Hughes 10 Wayne Peterson 2 Jack Aldrich Winning Percentage .704 R.H. “Bob” Peters .683 Vic Weber .567 Eric Hughes .536 uTom Serratore min. 2 seasons coached

1966-01 2001-p 1959-66 1982-83 1948-50 1964-65 1948

1966-01 1959-’66 1948-’50 2001-p

Seasons Coached 34 R.H. “Bob” Peters 7 uTom Serratore 5 Vic Weber 2 Eric Hughes 1 Jack Aldrich 1 Wayne Peterson 1 Mike Gibbons

1966-2001 2001-p 1959-64, 65-66 1948-50 1947-48 1964-65 1982-83

Games Coached 1,044 R.H. “Bob” Peters 250 uTom Serratore 63 Vic Weber 37 Mike Gibbons 30 Eric Hughes 12 Wayne Peterson 10 Jack Aldrich

1966-2001 2001-p 1959-64, 65-66 1982-83 1948-50 1964-65 1948

Conference Victories 347* R.H. “Bob” Peters 84 uTom Serratore 16 Mike Gibbons

1966-01 2001-p 1982-83

Conference Winning Percentage .825 Mike Gibbons .669 uTom Serratore .645 R.H. “Bob” Peters

1982-83 2001-p 1966-01

Conference Game Coached 538 R.H. “Bob” Peters 139 uTom Serratore 19 Mike Gibbons

1966-01 2001-p 1982-82

* ICHA, NCHA & CHA

Coaching Debuts Jack Aldrich Jan. 18, 1948 vs St. Cloud State L, 2-12 Eric Hughes Jan. 9, 1949 vs Detroit Lakes Rangers W, 13-0 Vic Weber Jan. 29, 1960 vs St. Cloud State L, 0-4 Wayne Peterson Jan. 8, 1965 vs Concordia-Moorhead W, 10-3 R.H. “Bob” Peters Dec. 3, 1966 vs Lake Superior St. W, 3-1 Mike Gibbons Nov. 5, 1982 vs Winnipeg W, 6-0 uTom Serratore Oct. 12, 2001 vs MSU-Mankato W, 7-6

BSU began conference play in 1966

1980 NAIA National Champions

1984 NCAA Division II National Champions

Front row (L to R): Dick Thompson, Mike Rose, Mike Fairchild, Gary Tveit, Dale Baldwin, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Brian Carleton, Gary Krawchuk, Tony Montebello, Bill Parentau, Jim Scanlan 2nd row (L to R): Trainer Wally Sande, Mark Masterson, Mike Milless, Wade Frohleich, Neil Holmstom, Lee Hanson, Pat Rice, John Hanson, Alain Fournier, Joe Knudson, manager Lloyd Brown 3rd row (L to R): manager Sandy Hatenbrak, Robin Anderson, Tim Rood, Kurt Dade, Stuart Weston, Dan Deamon, Mike Smith, Matt Cranston, John Wilson, manager Jim Hickerson, manager Brian Bouchard

Front row (L to R): Mark Liska, Wendell Jellison, Scott Monsrud, Bob Fitzgerald, asst. coach Jeff Arf, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, asst. coach Robin Anderson, Joel Otto, Dave Jerome, Drey Bradley, Galen Nagle 2nd row (L to R): Jim Martin, Dave Geatz, Dennis Gibbons, MIke Alexander, Tim Lescarbeau, Scott Norland, Eric Gager, Mark Lescarbeu, Dan Pyle, Jim Roo, Rob Kostiuk, Del Gregory, trainer Shelia Graveline, trainer Roger Thomas 3rd row (L to R): Manager Scott Folkerds, Dan Kimball, Derrick Wagner, Keith Dahlen, Brett Gendreau, Russ Hampson, Todd Lescarbeau, Rob Carpentier, Todd Dahl, Pat Johnston, Dave Jungwirth, Steve Lundeen, Todd Donaldson, Tom Andrican

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All-Time Results

1988-89

19-13-4 / 11-8-1 NCHA • NCAA Division III National Third Place Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N4 + St. Scholastica a W 6 1 N5 + St. Scholastica a W 7 5 N11 UW-River Falls h W 3 1 N12 UW-River Falls h T 1 1 N26 + UW-Stevens Point h L 3 4 N27 + UW-Stevens Point h L 2 6 D2 + UW-Eau Claire a L 3 7 D3 + UW-Eau Claire a L 1 7 D9 + UW-Superior a L 3 6 D10 + UW-Superior a W 8 2 D16 + Mankato State h W 7 2 D17 + Mankato State h L 3 8 D21 Gustavus Adolphus h W 7 2 J2 Augsburg h W 6 0 J4 Hamline h W 16 1 J10 Bethel h W 8 0 J13 + St. Scholastica h W 9 4 J14 + St. Scholastica h W 10 0 J20 UW-River Falls a L 3 9 J21 UW-River Falls a L 3 4 J27 + UW-Superior h W 5 2 J28 + UW-Superior h W 3 2 F3 + UW-Stevens Point a L 2 7 F4 + UW-Stevens Point a W 4 2 F10 + UW-Eau Claire h L 2 6 F11 + UW-Eau Claire h W 6 1 F17 + Mankato State a W 6 1 F18 + Mankato State a T 2 2 F24 UW-Eau Claire 1 W 6 5 F25 UW-Eau Claire 1 T 4 4 M3 UW-Stevens Point 2 L 0 2 M4 UW-Stevens Point 2 T 2 2 M10 St. Mary’s (Minn.) # W 5 4 M11 St. Mary’s (Minn.) # W 7 2 M17 UW-Stevens Point $ L 0 2 M18 UW-Stevens Point $ L 3 6 + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament (Eau Claire, Wis.) 2- NCHA Tournament (Stevens Point, Wis.) #- NCAA Div. III Quarterfinals (Bemidji, Minn.) $- NCAA Div. III Championship (Rochester, N.Y.)

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15-11-2 / 11-11-2 NCHA Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N7 Augsburg h W 8 1 N10 + UW-Eau Claire a L 6 7 N11 + UW-Eau Claire a L 3 8 N17 + UW-Superior h W 6 5 N18 + UW-Superior h L 3 4 N20 Gustavas Adolphus a W 11 3 N24 + Mankato State h W 4 1 N25 + Mankato State h T 4 4 D1 + UW-Stevens Point a L 2 3 D2 + UW-Stevens Point a L 4 6 D8 + St. Scholastica h W 6 4 D9 + St. Scholastica h W 4 3 D15 + UW-River Falls a L 3 6 D16 + UW-River Falls a W 4 3 J5 + UW-Superior a W 6 3 J6 + UW-Superior a L 4 5 J10 St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 6 1 J19 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 4 J20 + UW-Eau Claire h W 5 2 J23 Concordia a W 4 3 J26 + St. Scholastica a W 2 1 J27 + St. Scholastica a W 8 4 F2 + Mankato State a L 2 3 F3 + Mankato State a L 5 7 F9 + UW-Stevens Point h L 2 5 F10 + UW-Stevens Point h L 3 4 F16 + UW-River Falls h W 5 3 F17 + UW-River Falls h T 4 4 + NCHA conference game

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21-6-3 / 17-4-3 NCHA • NCHA Co-Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N2 + UW-Superior h W 9 3 N3 + UW-Superior h W 5 4 N9 + Mankato State a T 4 4 N10 + Mankato State a L 2 4 N17 + UW-Stevens Pt. a L 3 7 N18 + UW-Stevens Pt. a W 4 3 N20 Augsburg a W 11 2 N30 + St. Scholastica h W 10 5 D1 + St. Scholastica h W 4 2 D7 + UW-River Falls a W 7 1 D8 + UW-River Falls a T 3 3 ot D15 Concordia-M’head h W 9 2 D22 + UW-Eau Claire h W 9 2 D23 + UW-Eau Claire h W 5 1 J4 + UW-Stevens Point h W 3 2 J5 + UW-Stevens Point h W 4 3 J11 + UW-Superior a W 8 5 J12 + UW-Superior a W 7 3 J18 + Mankato State h L 2 4 J19 + Mankato State h T 5 5 ot J23 St. Thomas (Minn.) a W 3 1 J31 St. Mary’s (Minn.) a W 4 0 F2 + St. Scholastica a W 9 3 F3 + St. Scholastica a W 9 3 F8 + UW-River Falls h W 7 1 F9 + UW-River Falls h W 3 0 F15 + UW-Eau Claire a W 5 4 F16 + UW-Eau Claire a L 3 7 F22 UW-Stevens Point 1 L 1 7 F23 UW-Stevens Point 1 L 3 4 + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament

16-9-5 / 9-8-3 NCHA Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N9 Augsburg h W 12 0 N10 St. Thomas (Minn.) h T 2 2 N15 + Mankato State a L 3 5 N16 + Mankato State a T 5 5 N23 + UW-Stevens Point h T 3 3 N24 + UW-Stevens Point h L 2 4 D6 + UW-Superior h L 5 7 D7 + UW-Superior h L 1 7 D13 + UW-River Falls a W 5 4 D14 + UW-River Falls a W 5 4 D19 St. Scholastica h W 16 2 D21 St. Scholastica a W 5 2 J3 Augsburg a W 4 3 J5 St. Mary’s (Minn.) a W 8 3 J10 + UW-Eau Claire h W 8 2 J11 + UW-Eau Claire h W 6 5 J17 + Mankato State h W 7 4 J18 + Mankato State h W 8 2 J24 + UW-Stevens Pt. a L 4 6 J25 + UW-Stevens Pt. a L 3 10 J28 Concordia-M’head h W 5 2 J31 + UW-Superior a L 2 7 F1 + UW-Superior a W 5 3 F7 + UW-River Falls h T 4 4 F8 + UW-River Falls h W 5 2 F11 Concordia-M’head a W 5 4 F14 + UW-Eau Claire a L 3 4 F15 + UW-Eau Claire a W 7 3 F21 UW-Stevens Point 1 T 3 3 F22 UW-Stevens Point 1 L 1 7 + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament

1992-93

24-7-0 / 14-6-0 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N13 + UW-River Falls a W 6 5 N14 + UW-River Falls a L 4 6 N21 + UW-Superior h L 3 4 N22 + UW-Superior h W 7 4 D1 Concordia-M’head a W 7 3 D4 + UW-Stevens Point a L 3 6 D5 + UW-Stevens Point a L 2 6 D11 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 3 D12 + UW-Eau Claire h W 4 1 D19 Augsburg a W 9 4 J2 St. John’s (Minn.) a W 6 3 J3 Concordia-M’head a W 9 1 J8 + Lake Forest a W 7 1 J9 + Lake Forest a W 6 3 J15 + UW-River Falls h W 5 2 J16 + UW-River Falls h W 9 3 J22 + UW-Superior a W 5 2 J23 + UW-Superior a W 7 2 J29 + UW-Stevens Point h W 8 4 J30 + UW-Stevens Point h L 5 10 F5 + UW-Eau Claire a W 11 4 F6 + UW-Eau Claire a W 5 3 F9 Augsburg h W 7 6 F12 + Lake Forest h L 4 5 ot F13 + Lake Forest h W 6 1 F26 UW-River Falls 1 W 7 3 F27 UW-River Falls 1 W 7 0 M5 UW-Stevens Point 1 L 6 8 M6 UW-Stevens Point 1 W 3 2 M19 Mercyhurst $ W 10 6 M20 Mercyhurst $ W 5 0 + NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament $- NCAA Div. II Championship (Bemidji, Minn.)

1993-94

21-9-3 / 12-6-2 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N5 + UW-Stevens Point a W 4 3 N6 + UW-Stevens Point a L 1 8 N12 + UW-Eau Claire h W 4 3 N13 + UW-Eau Claire h W 8 2 N20 + UW-Superior a T 4 4 N21 + UW-Superior a L 2 6 D3 + Lake Forest a W 4 3 D4 + Lake Forest a W 2 1 D10 + UW-Stevens Point h L 3 8 D11 + UW-Stevens Point h W 5 1 D17 Mankato State a W 5 3 D18 Mankato State a L 5 8 J4 St John’s (Minn.) h W 8 1 J7 + UW-River Falls a L 3 4 J8 + UWRiver Falls a W 6 3 J14 + UWEau Claire a W 4 3 J15 + UW-Eau Claire a T 3 3 J21 + UW-Superior h W 6 3 J22 + UW-Superior h L 2 4 J28 + Lake Forest h W 8 1 J29 + Lake Forest h W 6 2 F4 Mankato State h W 6 2 F5 Mankato State h W 4 3 F11 + UW-River Falls h L 4 8 F12 + UW-River Falls h W 5 1 F18 Lake Forest 1 W 6 2 F19 Lake Forest 1 W 4 1 F25 UW-Stevens Point 1 T 4 4 F26 UW-Stevens Point 1 W 4 1 M4 UW-Superior 1 W 4 0 M5 UW-Superior 1 L 6 7 M5 UW-Superior 1 * 0 1 M11 Ala.-Huntsville $ L 3 5 M12 Ala.-Huntsville $ W 2 1 M12 Ala.-Huntsville $ * 2 1 +- NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament / *- mini $- NCAA Div. II Championship (Huntsville, Ala.) Scoring Leaders Player G Jim Karner 18 Jason Mack 14 Omer Belisle 10 Chris Morque 8 Kris Bjornson 6 Bernie Adlys 11 Craig Matatall 10 Eric Monsrud 8 Tom Murphy 11 Craig McKechney 10 Goaltenders Player Robin Cook Mike Beaton • freshman

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1986 NCAA Division III National Champions

1993 NCAA Division II National Champions

Front row (L to R): Steve O’Shea, Dave Jungwirth, Jeff Strandell, Steve Lundeen, asst. coach Scott Monsrud, Mike Alexander, heach coach RH "Bob" Peters, Tim Lescarbeau, Todd Donaldson, Dan Kimball, Jim Martin 2nd row (L to R): Rob Kostiuk, Dan Richards, Tom Serratore, Ian Resch, Tim Guyer, Todd Lescarbeau, Todd Warner, Del Michie, Greg Biskup, Jade Gilbertson, Bruce Watkins, Mark Hunt, Scott Vatnsdal, Jim Roo, Russ Hampson 3rd row (L to R): Carol Johnson, Sheila Graveline, Kyle Freeman, Ron Smith, Tim Webb, Bob Bestul, Ross Campbell, Tom Shinabarger, Jim Tyler, Brad Seagull, Brett Berryman, Paul Cameron, Terry Mattson, Scott Phaneuf

Front row (L to R): R.J. Larson, Damon Foster, Sean Taggert, asst. coach Kevin Williamson, Gary Gustason, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Jamie Erb, asst. coach Gary Tveit, Dan Tollefson, Cory Chupka, Todd Kreibich 2nd row (L to R): Trainer Paul Matchan, Verko Ignjatovic, Jude Boulianne, Craig McKechney, Jason Mack, Tom Murphy, John Hause, Chris Morque, Chris Deleone, Jim Karner, Omer Belisle, Kris Bjornson, Robin Cook, manager Shane Venker 3rd row (L to R): Bernie Adlys, Malcolm Oldcorn, Craig Matatall, Eric Monsrud, Chad Koenen, Bayne Koen, Mike Peterson, Kelly Nichols, Scott Simpson, Brian Thul, Kelly Tkachuk, Kelly Currie, David Lyons

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey

All-Time Results 1994-95

24-7-2 / 16-3-1 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Champions • NCHA Champions • NCHA Tournament Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N4 + St. Scholastica h W 6 2 N5 + St. Scholastica h W 13 2 N9 Augsburg h L 3 4 N11 Concordia-M’head a L 3 5 N12 Concordia-M’head h W 4 1 N19 + UW-Superior a W 3 2 N20 + UW-Superior a W 5 4 D2 + UW-Eau Claire a W 6 2 D3 + UW-Eau Claire a W 6 5 D9 + Lake Forest h W 6 4 D10 + Lake Forest h W 6 3 D15 UM-Crookston h L 2 3 J6 + UW-Stevens Point a W 5 4 J7 + UW-Stevens Point a L 1 2 J10 St. John’s (Minn.) h T 5 5 J13 + St. Norbert h W 4 2 J14 + St. Norbert h T 4 4 J20 + UW-River Falls a W 4 3 J21 + UW-River Falls a W 8 5 J27 + St. Scholastica a W 13 4 J28 + St. Scholastica a W 15 2 F3 + UW-Superior h L 1 5 F4 + UW-Superior h L 2 3 F10 + UW-Eau Claire h W 2 1 F11 + UW-Eau Claire h W 5 3 F17 St. Scholastica 1 W 6 1 F18 St. Scholastica 1 W 13 1 F24 UW-River Falls 1 L 0 3 F25 UW-River Falls 1 W 5 2 F25 UW-River Falls 1 * 2 0 M3 UW-Stevens Point 1 W 6 1 M4 UW-Stevens Point 1 W 3 2 M17 Mercyhurst (Pa.) $ W 6 2 M18 Mercyhurst (Pa.) $ W 5 4 +- NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament / *- mini $- NCAA Div. II Championship (Erie, Pa.) Scoring Leaders Player Jude Boulianne Craig Matatall Omer Belisle Eric Fulton Bernie Adlys Craig McKechney Troy Edwards Eric Monsrud •Aaron Novak Ed Melville Goaltenders Player Robin Cook Mike Beaton Chris Medecine

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1995-96

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16-9-4 / 13-5-2 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Runner-Up Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N3 + St. Scholastica a W 4 3 N4 + St. Scholastica a W 4 1 N10 Mankato State a L 2 3 N11 Mankato State a T 3 3 N17 + UW-Superior h W 6 4 N18 + UW-Superior h W 4 3 N21 Augsburg a W 10 4 D1 + UW-Eau Claire h W 6 2 D2 + UW-Eau Claire h W 6 4 D8 + Lake Forest a W 3 2 D9 + Lake Forest a L 0 3 D15 Mankato State h W 7 3 D16 Mankato State h T 6 6 J5 + UW-Stevens Point h T 6 6 J6 + UW-Stevens Point h L 3 4 J12 + St. Norbert a W 7 5 J13 + St. Norbert a W 5 4 J19 + UW-River Falls h T 3 3 J20 + UW-River Falls h L 4 6 J26 + St. Scholastica h W 6 1 J27 + St. Scholastica h W 6 4 F2 + UW-Superior a W 5 3 F3 + UW-Superior a L 3 7 F9 + UW-Eau Claire a W 4 3 F10 + UW-Eau Claire a L 2 3 F23 UW-Superior 1 W 6 1 F24 UW-Superior 1 L 1 3 F24 UW-Superior 1 * 0 2 M8 Ala.-Huntsville $ L 1 7 M9 Ala.-Huntsville $ L 0 3 +- NCHA conference game 1- NCHA Tournament / *- mini $- NCAA Div. II Championship (Huntsville, Ala.)

Scoring Leaders Player Bernie Adlys Craig Matatall Jeff Sobb Eric Monsrud Jim Logan SH GW •Shawn Pomplun 0 2 •Marc Lafleur 1 0 Mike Donaghue 1 0 Josh Klingfus 1 2 Troy Edwards 1 3 0 3 Goaltenders 0 1 Player 3 5 Robin Cook 0 1 Mike Beaton 1 1 • freshman

1996-97

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T GAA Sv Sv% 1 2.80 629 .901 1 3.11 214 .892 0 3.00 16 .941

25-7-2 / 14-5-1 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Champions Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result N1 + St. Scholastica a W 7 3 N2 + St. Scholastica a W 7 5 N8 St. Mary’s a W 8 5 N9 Augsburg a !L 4 7 N15 + UW-Superior h T 5 5 ot N16 + UW-Superior h L 6 7 N22 + St. Norbert h L 2 5 N23 + St. Norbert h W 4 3 N29 Mankato State a T 4 4 ot N30 Mankato State a W 5 3 D6 + UW-Stevens Point a L 2 4 D7 + UW-Stevens Point a W 4 3 D14 Augsburg h W 13 5 D19 Mankato State h W 6 2 D20 Mankato State h L 2 3 J4 + Lake Forest a W 6 1 J5 + Lake Forest a W 9 3 J8 Concordia-M’head h W 10 2 J11 Bethel a W 5 1 J17 + UW-Stout h W 4 2 J18 + UW-Stout h W 7 4 J24 + St. Scholastica h W 9 0 J25 + St. Scholastica h W 6 2 J31 + UW-River Falls a L 1 4 F1 + UW-River Falls a W 3 0 F7 + UW-Superior a L 1 4 F8 + UW-Superior a W 6 4 F14 + UW-Eau Claire h W 7 2 F15 + UW-Eau Claire h W 8 3 F17 Concordia-M’head a W 6 3 F19 Bethel h W 6 3 M5 UM-Crookston a W 6 3 M14 Ala.-Huntsville $ W 3 2 M15 Ala.-Huntsville $ W 4 2 +- NCHA conference game $- NCAA Div. II Championship (Bemidji, Minn.) !- win forfeited by Augsburg

Scoring Leaders Player G Jeff Sobb 18 Josh Klingfus 21 Jerod Bina 15 •Calvin Chartrand 9 Marc Lafleur 15 Shawn Pomplun 8 Jim Logan 11 Bruce Matatall 11 Greg Ambrose 8 Mike Donaghue 8 Goaltenders Player •Adam Pavlatos Neil Cooper Patrick Fermoyle • freshman

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P PIM PP SH GW 54 58 6 1 4 38 64 0 0 1 35 26 4 0 0 32 36 4 1 3 30 18 3 1 1 30 31 5 2 2 28 58 3 1 1 27 18 4 0 0 27 64 5 0 0 26 26 1 1 2 T 1 1 0

GAA Sv Sv% 2.93 449 .894 3.47 395 .882 3.75 20 .870

1997-98

22-10-2 / 14-6-0 NCHA • NCAA Division II National Runner-Up Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result O31 + St. Scholastica h W 12 0 N1 + St. Scholastica h W 8 1 N14 + UW-Superior a W 2 1 N15 + UW-Superior a W 6 2 N22 + St. Norbert a L 4 9 N23 + St. Norbert a L 3 6 D5 Air Force a L 3 6 D6 Air Force a L 3 5 D10 Augsburg h T 5 5 D12 Concordia-M’head h W 7 1 D13 St. John’s (Minn.) h W 4 3 D19 Augsburg a T 4 4 J3 + Lake Forest h L 4 7 J4 + Lake Forest h W 7 1 J9 + UW-Stevens Point h W 9 4 J10 + UW-Stevens Point h W 5 2 J16 + UW-Stout a W 5 3 J17 + UW-Stout a W 8 4 J20 Concordia-M’head a W 6 5 J23 + St. Scholastica a W 6 0 J24 + St. Scholastica a W 5 2 J30 + UW-River Falls h L 2 3 J31 + UW-River Falls h W 6 2 F6 + UW-Superior h L 2 7 F7 + UW-Superior h W 4 1 F10 Bethel h W 3 1 F13 + UW-Eau Claire a L 3 4 F14 + UW-Eau Claire a W 6 5 F17 Gustavus Adolphus a W 6 3 F18 Bethel a W 4 1 F28 UM-Crookston h W 7 1 M1 UM-Crookston a W 5 0 M13 Ala.-Huntsville $ L 2 6 M14 Ala.-Huntsville $ L 2 5 +- NCHA conference game $- NCAA Div. II Championship (Huntsville, Ala.) Scoring Leaders Player G •Shane Kalbrener 15 Aaron Novak 20 Josh Klingfus 13 Marc Lafleur 9 Dan Pelletier 14 Calvin Chartrand 16 Jim Logan 11 Greg Ambrose 3 Mike Donaghue 9 Bruce Matatall 11 Goaltenders Player Adam Pavlatos Neil Cooper Matt Anderson

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P PIM PP SH GW 42 26 5 2 0 38 30 4 0 3 31 44 2 0 1 31 26 1 2 0 30 46 4 1 3 29 40 3 2 1 29 82 3 0 1 29 52 0 0 0 27 31 2 1 2 25 39 2 1 3

L 7 3 0

T GAA Sv Sv% 2 3.09 725 .892 0 4.06 124 .855 0 0.00 9 1.000

• freshman

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1994 NCAA Division II National Champions

1995 NCAA Division II National Champions

Front Row (L to R): Damon Foster, Cory Chupka, Tom Murphy, asst. coach O.J.Kennett, Chris Morque, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Jason Mack, asst. coach Kevin Williamson, John Hause, Chris Deleone, Jim Karner 2nd row (L to R): Jon Beaton, Mike Beaton, Kelly Currie, Kelly Nichols, Chad Hoenen, Jude Boulianne, Kris Bjornson, Dave Stengrim, Craig McKechney, Omer Belisle, Craig Matatall, Eric Monsrud, Bernie Adlys, Robin Cook 3rd row (L to R): Manager Chad Myhrer, Mike Young, Tony Trimborn, Scott Simpson, Eric Fulton, Ryan Driedger, Troy Edwards, Thomas Erickson, Mark Hanson, Scott Elder, Richard Gibbs, Lee Kofstad, Ed Melville, Chris Justice Jeff Sobb

Front row (L to R): Chris Medicine, Eric Monsrud, Jude Boulianne, Craig McKechney, head coach RH "Bob" Peters, Omer Belisle, asst. coach Kevin Williamson, Kris Bjornson, Craig Matatall, Bernie Adlys, Robin Cook 2nd Row (L to R): Jon Beaton, Drew Shandro, Aaron Novak, Ed Melville, Eric Fulton, Troy Edwards, Thomas Erickson, Richard Gibbs, Chris Justice, Malcom Oldcorn, Jeff Sobb, Mike Beaton 3rd row (L to R): Manager Jason Starm, Scott Wilson, Mike Donaghue, Aaron McCellan, Josh Klingfus, Jim Logan, Jeff Tykeson, Aaron Gunn, Mano Hiemen, Jud Molstad, Cale Osborn, manager Chad Myhrer

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All-Time Results

1998-99

17-13-0 / 10-6-0 NCHA Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date opponent loc result O30 + Lake Forest a W 2 1 O31 + Lake Forest a L 1 2 N6 Air Force h W 3 2 ot N7 Air Force h W 7 3 N13 + UW-Superior h W 3 1 N14 UW-Superior h L 3 5 N20 + St. Norbert h L 0 4 N21 + St. Norbert h W 4 1 N28 St. Thomas h W 5 4 N29 St. Thomas h L 3 4 ot D11 Minn.-Crookston 1 W 8 5 D12 Bentley 1 W 7 0 D18 Augsburg h W 3 1 J8 + UW-Stout h W 5 4 J9 + UW-Stout h W 6 3 J15 + UW-Stevens Point a L 3 5 J16 + UW-Stevens Point a W 6 4 J20 St. John’s a L 3 4 J22 + St. Scholastica a W 7 3 J23 + St. Scholastica h W 7 1 J29 + UW-River Falls a W 3 2 J30 + UW-River Falls a L 2 3 F2 Gustavus Adolphus h W 4 3 F5 + UW-Superior a L 2 4 F6 UW-Superior a L 4 7 F12 + UW-Eau Claire h L 3 4 F13 + UW-Eau Claire h W 3 2 F16 MSU-Mankato a L 2 6 F18 Neb.-Omaha a L 2 8 F19 Neb.-Omaha a L 3 7 1 Radisson Inn Hockey Classic; USAFA, Colo. + NCHA conference game Scoring Leaders Player Shane Kalbrener •Scot Dickson Calvin Chartrand •Jacob Searles Dan Pelletier Greg Ambrose Marc Lafleur Jerod Bina •Mark Phenow •Grant Perrault

G 12 18 13 11 8 4 8 7 4 2

A 18 11 15 12 14 15 10 10 11 12

P PIM PP SH GW 30 32 1 2 2 29 14 2 2 3 28 44 3 2 4 23 18 3 0 1 22 18 4 1 2 19 42 1 0 0 18 28 4 1 1 17 42 1 0 0 15 28 1 0 1 14 6 0 0 1

Goaltenders Player Adam Pavlatos Matt Anderson

W L 16 10 1 3

T GAA Sv Sv% 0 3.33 664 .888 0 3.32 103 .866

• freshman

1999-2000

13-20-1 / 8-8-1 College Hockey America (3rd) • First Season at NCAA Division I Level Head Coach: R.H. “Bob” Peters date rank opponent loc result O15 - - ^^ Army h W 5 2 O16 - - ^^ Army h W 3 0 O23 - - St. Cloud State a L 1 6 O24 - - St. Cloud State a L 1 2 N5 - rv ^ Niagara h L 2 4 N6 - rv ^ Niagara h T 3 3 N12 - - Ferris State h L 0 8 N13 - - Ferris State h L 2 4 N19 - 15 ^ Niagara a L 2 5 N20 - 15 ^ Niagara a L 0 10 N22 - - ^ Findlay a W 6 2 N23 - - ^ Findlay a L 3 4 D3 - - ^ Ala.-Hunstville h L 4 6 D4 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h L 3 6 D10 - - Princeton h W 3 2 D11 - - Princeton h W 2 1 D19 - rv MSU-Mankato a L 3 7 D20 - rv MSU-Mankato a L 3 5 J7 - - UM-Duluth h L 2 5 J8 - - UM-Duluth a L 1 4 J14 - - ^ Air Force h W 5 3 J15 - - ^ Air Force h W 5 4 J21 - - ^ Findlay h W 7 3 J22 - - ^ Findlay h W 6 3 F4 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 5 4 F5 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 1 6 F18 - - Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 5 2 F19 - - Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 6 4 F26 - - ^^ Air Force a L 3 4 F27 - - Denver a L 1 7 M3 - 2 North Dakota a L 2 9 M4 - 2 North Dakota a L 3 6 M11 - - Ala.-Huntsville 1 L 4 10 M12 - - Air Force 1 W 5 4 ^ College Hockey America game ^^ four-point CHA game 1- CHA Tournament; Huntsville, Ala.

2000-01

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“rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player Stefan Bjork • Daryl Bat Calvin Chartrand • Brad Johnson Scot Dickson Dan Pelletier • Clay Simmons • Jeff McGill • Marty Goulet • Mike Perpich Goaltenders Player Adam Pavlatos • Bob Tallarico Matt Anderson

G 15 13 8 9 8 9 7 5 6 4

A 18 16 21 10 11 9 11 10 8 9

W L 4 9 7 11 2 0

P PIM PP SH GW 33 47 8 0 0 29 34 3 0 3 29 26 2 0 1 19 27 4 0 4 19 31 3 1 1 18 43 3 1 1 18 36 3 0 1 15 10 1 0 0 14 47 1 0 0 13 36 0 0 0 T 1 0 0

GAA Sv Sv% 3.76 376 .881 4.98 560 .870 4.24 119 .881

Scoring Leaders Player G A P PIM PP SH GW Marty Goulet 10 8 18 65 5 1 1 • Heikki Lofman 5 12 17 14 3 0 0 Jeff McGill 6 10 16 10 2 0 0 Clay Simmons 10 4 14 30 6 0 0 Shane Kalbrener 5 7 12 4 1 0 1 Bill Methven 6 5 11 22 0 0 1 Says Phrakonkham 1 10 11 16 0 0 0 • Miika Lindholm 6 3 9 6 2 0 0 Rico Fatticci 5 4 9 22 2 1 0 Todd Knott 5 4 9 16 0 2 0 Goaltenders Player • Grady Hunt • Dannie Morgan Bob Tallarico • freshman

W L 3 19 1 2 0 5

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GAA Sv Sv% 3.52 755 .902 2.68 138 .920 5.58 220 .859

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2001-present Tom

Serratore 7 seasons 120-102-28 (.536) 2001-02 12-18-5 2002-03 14-14-8 2003-04 20-13-3 2004-05 23-13-1 2005-06 20-14-3 2006-07 14-14-5 2007-08 17-16-3

2001-02

12-18-5 / 8-7-4 College Hockey America (2nd) Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O12 - - MSU-Mankato h W 7 6 O13 - - MSU-Mankato h L 3 5 O19 - 2 Minnesota a L 2 7 O20 - 2 Minnesota a L 1 7 O26 - - Connecticut h W 9 0 O27 - - Connecticut h W 2 0 N2 - rv Union (N.Y.) a L 6 8 N3 - rv Union (N.Y.) a T 2 2 ot N9 - - ^ Findlay a W 9 4 N10 - - ^ Findlay a L 1 3 N16 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 7 3 N17 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h L 3 6 N30 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a W 2 1 D1 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a T 2 2 ot D7 - - Minn.-Duluth a L 1 5 D8 - - Minn.-Duluth a L 2 7 D14 - 1 St. Cloud State h L 2 4 D15 - 1 St. Cloud State a L 3 11 J11 - - ^ Findlay h W 5 3 J12 - - ^ Findlay h T 2 2 ot J18 - 1 Denver a L 2 6 J19 - - ^^ Air Force a W 4 2 J25 - - Ferris State a L 0 7 J26 - - Ferris State a W 7 5 F1 - - ^ Niagara h W 7 4 F2 - - ^ Niagara h W 3 2 F8 - - ^ Air Force h W 5 1 F9 - - ^ Air Force h T 2 2 ot F14 - - ^ Niagara a L 3 4 F15 - - ^ Niagara a L 1 3 F22 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h T 4 4 ot F23 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h L 0 5 M8 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 2 5 M9 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 3 5 M15 - - Ala.-Huntsville 1 L 2 5 ^ College Hockey America game ^^ four-point CHA game 1- CHA Tournament; Niagara University, N.Y. “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player G Marty Goulet 16 • Riley Riddell 14 • Andrew Murray 15 Jeff McGill 10 Jared Hanowski 8 • Wade Chiodo 7 Clay Simmons 8 Bryce Methven 7 Mark Phenow 2 Todd Knott 7

A 23 18 15 20 18 15 11 12 12 3

P PIM PP SH GW 39 44 6 1 2 32 18 2 1 2 30 22 6 0 2 30 24 2 0 2 26 8 2 0 0 22 22 2 0 1 19 30 5 0 1 19 40 6 0 0 14 20 1 0 0 10 16 0 2 1

Goaltenders Player W L Grady Hunt 11 13 Dannie Morgan 1 5 • Toby Palmiscno 0 0 • freshman

T GAA Sv Sv% 4 3.87 768 .878 1 4.53 191 .849 0 0.00 0 --

1997 NCAA Division II National Champions Front row (L to R): Adam Pavlatos, Mike Donaghue, Josh Klingfus, Jim Logan, asst. coach Bryan Grand, Jeff Sobb, Coach RH "Bob" Peters, Troy Edwards, asst. coach Kevin Williamson, Ed Melville, Aaron Gunn, Neil Cooper 2nd row (L to R): Manager Chad Myhrer, Chris Pace, Matt Anderson, Marc Lafleur, John Power, Bruce Matatall, Aaron McCellan, Jerod Bina, Kyle Young, Greg Ambrose, Aaron Novak, Scott Wilson, Shawn Pomplun, John Neuman, Matt Christy, Pat Fermoyle, Bryan Sathre 3rd row (L to R): Brad Collins, Jeff Nordaune, Dan Pelletier, Nick Meiers, Nathan Krohn, Travis Bolles, Derek Gabardi, Eric Anderson, Vince Huerd, Kelly Johnson, Mike Ruedebusch, Joel Wheelock, Ryan Salmon, Nate Agard, Calvin Chartrand

Above: BSU captains Ed Melville (left), Troy Edwards (center) and Jeff Sobb (rigth) display BSU’s 1996-97 Division II national championship trophy.

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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All-Time Results 2002-03

14-14-8 / 10-6-4 College Hockey America (t-3rd) • CHA Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O18 - - Sacred Heart h T 1 1 ot O19 - - Sacred Heart h T 2 2 ot O25 - - Union College h L 3 4 ot O26 - - Union College h T 5 5 ot N1 - - MSU-Mankato a T 1 1 ot N2 - - MSU-Mankato a L 1 3 N8 - - ^ Findlay a W 2 1 N9 - - ^ Findlay a T 2 2 ot N16 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 2 0 N17 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 2 1 ot N22 - rv Clarkson a W 2 1 N23 - rv Clarkson a L 4 5 D6 - - Minn.-Duluth a W 3 2 ot D7 - - Minn.-Duluth h L 0 12 D13 - - ^ Niagara a L 2 3 D14 - - ^ Niagara a T 3 3 ot D28 - 2 North Dakota 1 L 3 4 J16 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 2 3 ot J17 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 3 4 ot J24 - - ^ Air Force h W 4 2 J25 - - ^ Air Force h W 5 3 J31 - - ^ Findlay h W 5 1 F1 - - ^ Findlay h T 2 2 ot F7 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a L 2 4 F8 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a L 1 6 F14 - - Neb.-Omaha a L 2 5 F15 - - Neb.-Omaha a L 2 3 F21 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h L 3 6 F22 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 3 2 ot F28 - - ^ Niagara h T 2 2 ot M1 - - ^ Niagara h W 6 1 M7 - - ^ Air Force a W 5 0 M8 - - ^ Air Force a W 3 0 M14 - - Findlay 2 W 4 0 M15 - - Ala.-Huntsville 2 W 2 1 ot• M16 - - Wayne St. (Mich.) 2 L 2 3 ^ College Hockey America game 1- Subway Holiday Classic; Grand Forks, N.D. 2- CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. • NCAA-record 15th overtime game “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player G A P PIM PP SH GW Marty Goulet 15 14 29 28 8 0 2 Andrew Murray 9 18 27 39 4 1 1 Jeff McGill 13 12 25 18 6 0 2 Riley Riddell 8 14 22 12 1 0 0 Myles Kuharski 9 12 21 22 1 0 2 Anders Olsson 3 14 17 21 2 0 0 Brendan Cook 10 6 16 14 2 1 1 Wade Chiodo 6 9 15 18 4 0 0 Peter Jonsson 2 12 14 16 1 0 0 Bryce Methven 3 9 12 40 1 0 1 Goaltenders Player Grady Hunt Dannie Morgan • Kelly Shields • freshman

W L 13 10 1 1 0 3

T GAA Sv Sv% 5 2.36 712 .916 2 2.23 99 .900 1 4.35 110 .846

2003-04

20-13-3 / 16-3-1 College Hockey America (1st) • CHA Regular-Season Champion • CHA Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O17 - - Clarkson h L 2 4 O18 - - Clarkson h T 1 1 ot O24 - - Minnesota State h L 1 3 O25 - - Minnesota State h T 2 2 ot N7 - - ^ Findlay a W 5 3 N8 - - ^ Findlay a W 3 1 N14 - 14 Minnesota-Duluth h W 3 1 N15 - 14 Minnesota-Duluth a L 2 3 N22 - - Merrimack a W 3 2 N23 - - Merrimack a L 2 3 ot N25 - - Connecticut a L 3 4 N28 - - Connecticut a W 7 2 D5 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 3 2 D6 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 5 2 D11 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 5 7 D13 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 5 3 J2 - - ^ Air Force h W 3 1 J3 - - ^ Air Force 1 W 5 1 J9 rv - ^ Niagara a L 3 6 J10 rv - ^ Niagara a W 3 2 J23 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a W 6 2 J24 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a W 6 1 J30 - - ^ Findlay h W 4 0 J31 - - ^ Findlay h W 5 3 F6 - 5 Minnesota a L 1 2 F7 - 5 Minnesota a L 1 5 F13 - 9 St. Cloud State a L 2 5 F14 - 9 St. Cloud State a L 2 3 F20 - - ^Ala.-Huntsville h T 3 3 ot F21 - - ^Ala.-Huntsville h W 4 2 F27 - - ^ Air Force a W 7 4 F28 - - ^ Air Force a W 9 1 M5 rv - ^ Niagara h L 1 4 M6 rv - ^ Niagara h W 5 0 M13 rv - Findlay 2 W 6 2 M14 rv - Niagara 2 L 3 4 ot ^ College Hockey America game 1- Coleraine, Minn. 2- CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player Brendan Cook Riley Riddell •Luke Erickson Ryan Huddy John Haider Andrew Murray Wade Chiodo Peter Jonsson Myles Kuharski •Rob Sirianni

2005-06

23-13-1 / 16-4-0 College Hockey America (1st) • CHA Regular-Season Champion • CHA Tournament Champion • NCAA Northeast Regional Semifinalist Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O22 - - Ferris St. h W 5 2 O23 - - Ferris St. h L 2 7 N5 - - Minnesota St. a L 0 4 N6 - - Minnesota St. a L 0 4 N12 - - Bentley h W 9 2 N13 - - Bentley h W 5 0 N19 - - ^ Niagara a W 5 3 N20 - - ^ Niagara a W 2 1 ot N22 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a W 2 1 N23 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a L 4 6 D3 - - Lake Superior St. a L 4 5 ot D4 - - Lake Superior St. a W 3 1 D10 - - ^ Niagara h W 8 3 D11 - - ^ Niagara h L 2 6 D17 - - Western Michigan h L 3 4 ot D18 - - Western Michigan h W 4 2 J7 - - ^ Air Force h W 4 2 J8 - - ^ Air Force h W 4 3 ot J14 - - ^ Robert Morris h W 5 1 J15 - - ^ Robert Morris h W 4 3 ot J21 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 3 1 J22 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 1 5 J28 - 12 North Dakota a T 3 3 ot J29 - 12 North Dakota a L 1 3 F4 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 2 0 F5 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 5 2 F11 - - ^ Robert Morris a W 2 1 ot F12 - - ^ Robert Morris a W 3 0 F18 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h L 1 3 F19 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 3 2 F25 - - Minn.-Duluth a L 1 4 F26 - - Minn.-Duluth h L 2 5 M4 - - ^ Air Force a W 4 1 M5 - - ^ Air Force a W 4 1 M12 - - Air Force 1 W 6 0 M13 - - Ala.-Huntsville 1 W 3 0 M26 rv 1 Denver $ L 3 4 ot ^ College Hockey America game 1- CHA Tournament; Grand Rapids, Minn. $- NCAA NE Regional Semifinal; Amherst, Mass. “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

G 23 13 12 6 11 6 9 3 9 8

A 16 21 20 21 12 14 10 16 9 10

P PIM PP SH GW 39 4 10 5 7 34 26 4 0 1 32 29 5 0 2 27 10 1 0 0 23 32 4 0 1 20 41 1 0 1 19 22 2 1 1 19 24 2 0 0 18 46 2 0 2 18 12 1 0 0

Goaltenders Player W Grady Hunt 12 • Layne Sedevie 6 Dannie Morgan 2 • freshman

L 9 4 0

T GAA Sv Sv% 0 2.47 482 .901 3 2.70 296 .900 0 1.18 45 .938

Division I-Era Exhibition Games

In the program’s Division I era, the first opportunity for the Bemidji State faithful to get a look at the Beavers in game action has typically come in exhibition fashion. BSU has squared off against Canadian programs 10 times since its inaugural Division I season in 1999-2000, opening a season with a foreign exhibition tilt five times. BSU has posted a .550 record in its international exhibitions, going 5-4-1 record in its seven Division I-era games. Six of BSU’s 10 international exhibitions have come against the University of Manitoba, with BSU leading the series 3-2-1. The Beavers tied the Bisons, 3-3, in the first meeting on Oct. 14, 2000, then defeated the Bisons twice during the 2002 season - a 4-2 win in a pre-season exhibition and a 10-4 blowout win in the first round at North Dakota’s Subway Holiday Classic. Manitoba won two meetings, 5-3 in 2004 and 5-2 in 2005, before dropping the most recent contest to the Beavers 5-1 Nov. 20, 2007. Of BSU’s four other international exhibitions, the Beavers are 1-2 against Regina, and earned a 7-1 victory in their only meeting versus Concordia-Montreal in 2003. Bemidji State has also hosted the U.S. National Under-18 Team on three occasions. BSU dropped a 2002 exhibition, 4-3, and posted a pair of victories (6-2, 3-2) in 2007.

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2004-05

20-14-3 / 12-7-1 College Hockey America (t-2nd) • CHA Tournament Champion • NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinalist Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O7 - rv Minn.-Duluth a W 3 2 O8 - rv Minn.-Duluth a W 5 1 O14 rv - Minnesota St. h W 4 3 O15 rv - Minnesota St. h W 7 3 O28 15 - ^ Air Force a L 3 4 O29 15 - ^ Air Force a W 2 1 N11 rv - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a W 4 1 N12 rv - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) a W 3 1 N18 rv rv Ferris St. a L 1 6 N19 rv rv Ferris St. a W 4 3 D2 rv - ^ Niagara h L 3 4 D3 rv - ^ Niagara h W 8 1 D9 rv - Lake Superior St. h L 1 2 D10 rv - Lake Superior St. h T 2 2 ot D16 - 9 North Dakota h L 1 2 D17 - 9 North Dakota a L 1 5 D30 - 15 Clarkson 1 T 3 3 ot D31 - - Dartmouth 1 L 3 4 ot J6 - - ^ Robert Morris a W 2 0 J7 - - ^ Robert Morris a L 1 2 J13 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h T 3 3 ot J14 - - ^ Wayne St. (Mich.) h W 6 2 J20 - - ^ Air Force h W 5 2 J21 - - ^ Air Force h W 5 3 F3 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 1 2 F4 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a L 2 4 F10 - - Western Michigan a W 6 1 F11 - - Western Michigan a L 4 5 ot F17 - - ^ Robert Morris h W 5 2 F18 - - ^ Robert Morris h W 5 2 F24 - - ^ Niagara a L 5 6 ot F25 - - ^ Niagara a L 1 5 M3 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 3 1 M4 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 5 0 M11 - - Ala.-Huntsville (3) 2 W 4 3 ot M12 - - Niagara (1) 2 W 4 2 M25 rv 2 Wisconsin $ L 0 4 ^ College Hockey America game 1- Vermont Holiday Classic; Burlington, Vt. 2- CHA Tournament; Detroit, Mich. $- NCAA MW Regional Semifinal; Green Bay, Wis. “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player G Brendan Cook 20 Andrew Murray 16 Luke Erickson 11 Rob Sirianni 13 Ryan Huddy 9 Jean-Guy Gervais 14 John Haider 4 Peter Jonsson 2 •Matt Pope 7 Myles Kuharski 5 Goaltenders Player W • Matt Climie 12 Layne Sedevie 11 • Orlando Alamano 0 • freshman

A 20 22 27 12 15 8 16 17 7 8 L 5 8 0

P PIM PP SH GW 40 30 10 3 5 38 30 6 1 2 38 42 2 0 2 25 31 7 0 1 24 10 2 0 3 22 65 3 0 4 20 56 3 0 0 19 30 2 0 2 14 28 0 0 0 13 20 1 0 0 T 1 0 0

GAA Sv Sv% 1.80 382 .916 3.08 418 .886 4.19 2 .667

Scoring Leaders Player G Luke Erickson 16 Ryan Miller 17 Rob Sirianni 16 Ryan Huddy 8 • Tyler Scofield 6 Andrew Martens 5 Jean-Guy Gervais 12 Matt Pope 7 Jake Bluhm 8 Riley Weselowski 2 Goaltenders Player Layne Sedevie Matt Climie • freshman

W 12 8

A 19 12 13 20 19 19 10 14 12 18 L 7 7

P PIM PP SH GW 35 42 8 0 2 29 31 7 2 2 29 38 7 0 2 28 12 4 0 1 25 10 1 0 1 24 47 1 1 2 22 64 1 0 1 21 44 5 0 2 20 35 0 0 0 20 50 0 1 0 T 1 2

GAA Sv Sv% 2.46 538 .918 2.70 554 .913

Exhibition Results Date Opponent 10/14/00 Manitoba 10/5/01 Regina 1/6/02 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team 10/4/02 Manitoba 12/27/02 Manitoba 10/10/03 Concordia-Montreal 10/24/04 Manitoba 10/1/05 Manitoba 10/20/06 Regina 10/21/06 Regina 3/2/07 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team 3/3/07 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team 11/20/07 Manitoba 1- Grand Forks, N.D. 2- Thief River Falls, Minn.

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2006-07

14-14-5 / 9-6-5 College Hockey America (2nd) • CHA Tournament Semifinalist Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O13 - 7 Maine a L 1 7 O14 - 7 Maine a L 3 6 O27 - - ^ Niagara a L 2 6 O28 - - ^ Niagara a T 2 2 ot N3 - - MInnesota State a W 4 3 N4 - - Minnesota State a W 3 1 N10 - - ^ Robert Morris h L 2 3 N11 - - ^ Robert Morris h W 3 0 N17 - - ^ Niagara h T 2 2 ot N18 - - ^ Niagara h T 3 3 ot D1 - - ^ Wayne State a W 1 0 D2 - - ^ Wayne State a W 4 2 D8 - - Minn. Duluth h W 5 2 D9 - - Minn. Dultuh a W 6 5 ot D15 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 3 2 D16 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 4 2 D29 - 8 Colorado College a W 3 2 D30 - 8 Colorado College a L 3 5 J5 - - ^ Wayne State h W 3 2 J6 - - ^ Wayne State h W 7 5 J12 - - Michigan Tech a L 1 4 J13 - - Michign Tech a L 2 3 J19 - rv North Dakota h L 2 3 J20 - rv North Dakota a L 3 6 F2 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a T 5 5 ot F3 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 3 1 F19 - - ^ Robert Morris a L 2 4 F10 - - ^ Robert Morris a L 1 4 F16 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 4 3 F17 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h L 3 4 F23 - - ^ Wayne State a L 1 3 F24 - - ^ Wayne State a T 1 1 ot M10 - - Robert Morris 1 L 5 7 ^ College Hockey America game 1- CHA Tournament; Des Moines, Iowa “rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player G A P PIM Travis Winter 12 17 29 14 Rob Sirianni 11 18 29 47 Blaine Jarvis 10 14 24 26 Tyler Scofield 7 14 21 33 • Joey Moggach 4 16 20 26 Luke Erickson 13 3 16 12 Ryan Miller 5 10 15 49 Matt Pope 5 8 13 14 Shane Holman 7 4 11 28 Cody Bostock 3 8 11 36 Goaltenders Player W L Matt Climie 11 10 Orlando Alamano 3 2 Layne Sedevie 0 2 • freshman

PP SH GW 6 2 0 3 0 2 5 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 8 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 2 2 0 0

T GAA Sv Sv% 5 3.03 733 .897 0 2.69 125 .912 0 9.19 37 .787

2007-08

17-16-3 / 13-4-3 College Hockey America (1st) • CHA Regular-Season Champion • CHA Tournament Finalist Head Coach: Tom Serratore date rank opponent loc result O12 - - Army h W 2 1 O13 - - Army h W 3 0 O19 - - Merrimack h L 2 3 O20 - - Merrimack h L 1 2 O26 - - St. Cloud State a L 1 2 O27 - - St. Cloud State a L 1 6 N2 - rv ^ Niagara h L 2 3 N3 - rv ^ Niagara h W 3 0 N9 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 2 0 N10 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a T 3 3 ot N16 - - ^ Wayne State a W 3 1 N17 - - ^ Wayne State a L 2 5 N30 - rv ^ Niagara a W 5 1 D1 - rv ^ Niagara a T 2 2 ot D7 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 4 1 D8 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville h W 2 0 D14 rv rv Minnesota State h L 3 4 D15 rv rv Minnesota State h L 0 1 J4 - rv Minnesota Duluth a L 3 5 J5 - rv Minnesota Duluth h W 2 0 J11 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 4 0 J12 - - ^ Ala.-Huntsville a W 7 1 J18 - 3 Colorado College a L 4 5 J19 - 4 Denver a L 2 4 J25 - - ^ Robert Morris h T 2 2 ot J26 - - ^ Robert Morris h W 4 0 F1 - - ^ Wayne State h L 2 3 F2 - - ^ Wayne State h W 4 3 ot F15 - - ^ Robert Morris a L 1 4 F16 - - ^ Robert Morris a W 7 2 F23 - 2 North Dakota a L 1 5 F24 - 2 North Dakota a L 0 1 F29 - - ^ Wayne State h W 7 5 M1 - - ^ Wayne State h W 5 3 M15 - - Wayne State 1 W 4 1 M16 - - Niagara 1 L 2 3 ^ College Hockey America game 1- CHA Tournament; Niagara Falls, N.Y.

2008 NCAA Tournament East Regional: March 27-28, 2009; Bridgeport, Connecticut; Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard Midwest Regional: March 28-29, 2009; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Van Andel Arena Northeast Regional: March 28-29, 2009; Manchester, New Hampshire; Verizon Wireless Arena West Regional: March 27-28, 2009; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mariucci Arena 2009 Frozen Four: April 9 and 11; Verizon Center; Washington D.C.

First Round

Second Round

Semifnal Round

Championship

All Times Eastern

Verizon Center Washington, D.C. April 9 4 or 8 p.m.

Verizon Center Washington, D.C. April 11 7 p.m.

National Champion

Verizon Center Washington, D.C. April 9 4 or 8 p.m.

“rank” reflects USA Today/American Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll

Scoring Leaders Player G • Matt Read 9 Tyler Scofield 13 Travis Winter 9 Matt Pope 14 Blaine Jarvis 13 Cody Bostock 7 Brandon Marino 3 Matt Francis 5 Graham McManamin 3 Joey Moggach 2 Goaltenders Player W Matt Climie 14 Orlando Alamano 2 • Matt Dalton 1 • freshman

A 18 13 15 9 8 12 14 10 11 9 L 8 5 3

P PIM PP SH GW 27 37 4 1 1 26 23 5 0 1 24 22 6 0 3 23 40 5 1 2 21 18 6 0 1 19 36 4 0 4 17 18 1 0 0 15 22 0 0 2 14 48 1 0 0 11 22 1 0 0 T 3 0 0

GAA 2.16 1.99 3.09

Sv Sv% 580 .913 170 .929 70 .854

2009 College Hockey America Championship Semifinals: March 13, 2009; 2 p.m. 7 p.m. Third Place Game: March 14, 2009; 2 p.m. 10th Annual College Hockey America Championship: March 14, 2009; 7 p.m. John S. Glas Fieldhouse; Bemidji, Minn.

Tournament History Year Championship Game (seed) 2000 (1) Niagara 3, (2) Ala.-Huntsville 2 2001 (3) Wayne State (Mich.) 4, (1) Ala.-Huntsville 1 2002 (1) Wayne State (Mich.) 5, (3) Ala.-Huntsville 4 (OT) 2003 (3) Wayne State (Mich.) 3, (4) Bemidji State 2 2004 (2) Niagara 4, (1) Bemidji State 3 (OT) 2005 (1) Bemidji State 3, (2) Ala.-Huntsville 0 2006 (2) Bemidji State 4, (1) Niagara 2 2007 (5) Ala.-Huntsville 5, (3) Robert Morris 4 (OT) 2008 (1) Bemidji State 2, (2) Niagara 3

Tournament Site

Location: Bemidji State Univ.; Bemidji, Minn. Arena John S. Glas Fieldhouse Address 1500 Birchmont Drive N.E. LBemidji, Minn. 56601 Constructed 1967 Capacity 2,500 Tickets (218) 755-2045

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

Tournament Most Valuable Player Year MVP 2000 Kyle McMartin; Sr, F; Niagara 2001 David Guererra; So, G; Wayne State (Mich.) 2002 David Guererra; Jr, G; Wayne State (Mich.) 2003 Joe Tallari; Jr, F; Niagara 2004 co-Barret Ehgoetz; Jr, F; Niagara co-Jared Ross; Jr, F; Ala.-Huntsville 2005 Andrew Murray; Sr, F; Bemidji State 2006 Jean-Guy Gervais; Sr, F; Bemidji State 2007 David Nimmo; Sr, F; Ala-Huntsville 2008 Ted Cook; Sr., F, Niagara

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National Championship History 1 / 1968 NAIA National Champions

4 / 1971 NAIA National Champions

7 / 1980 NAIA National Champions

ST. PAUL, Minn. - The 1967-68 Beaver hockey team posted a 16-8-0 record en route to the first ever NAIA national tournament crown, defeating Boston State in the semifinal and Lake Superior State in the finals to win the title... By scoring the gamewinning goal in the extra period vs. the Lakers, Terry Bergstrom would start a four-year championship run for the Beavers... Terry Burns and Ric Anderson captained the 1967-68 team while Bryan Grand, the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, along with Burns, Barry Dillon, Jim McElmury and Terry Bergstrom garnered NAIA AllTournament honors... Gustavus Adolphus downed Boston, 7-6, in the consolation game.

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Bemidji State claimed its fourth NAIA national title before its home fans at the recently dedicated John S. Glas Fieldhouse with a 6-2 victory over Lakehead University... The Beavers cruised to a 12-1 semifinal win over Augsburg while Lakehead slipped past Gustavus Adolphus 6-5 to reach the finals... Bruce Falk, Dennis Lemieux, Blane Comstock, and U.S. Olympians Charlie Brown and Jim McElmury earned AllTournament honors... Augsburg defeated Gustavus Adolphus 8-6 in the third-place game.

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Bemidji State won its seventh and final NAIA national title with a 4-3 victory over MichiganDearborn in the first meeting between the schools... The Beavers beat St. Olaf and Wis.-Superior to reach the title game while Mich.-Dearborn defeated Augsburg and Wis.River Falls... Jim Scanlan, Irwin Frizzell, Gary Krawchuck and Dale Baldwin were named to the All-Tournament Team... Wis.Superior downed Wis.-River Falls for third place.

Mar. 8 Mar. 8 Mar. 9

semis semis finals

BSU 11, Boston State 0 Lake Superior St. 7, Gustavus 2 BSU 5, Lk. Superior St. 4 (OT)

2 / 1969 NAIA National Champions SAULT ST. MARIE, Mich. - Defending NAIA National Champion Bemidji State joined three of the other 23 NAIA hockey teams for the second annual NAIA hockey championship... In the semifinal games, Bemidji State wiped out Salem State to set up a rematch with Lake Superior State, matching programs which were slowly emerging as college hockey dynasties... Blane Comstock, Austin Wallestad, Terry Burns, and NHL draft picks Charlie Brown and Jim McElmury earned All-Tournament honors... Bryan Grand was named MVP... Gustavus Adolphus downed Salem State 6-3 in the consolation game. Mar. 7 Mar. 7 Mar. 8

semis semis finals

BSU 14, Salem State 2 Lake Superior St. 6, Gustavus 2 BSU 6, Lake Superior St. 2

3 / 1970 NAIA National Champions SAULT ST. MARIE, Mich. - Bemidji State and Lake Superior State waged a third consecutive battle for the NAIA title, and again the Beavers outlasted the Lakers to claim a third consecutive national crown... BSU skated past Gustavus Adolphus and Lake Superior crushed Alaska Methodist in the semifinals... Blane Comstock earned MVP accolades and Bryan Grand, Jim McElmury, Charlie Brown and Dennis Lemieux were named All-Tournament. Gustavus took third with an 11-3 win over Alaska. Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 7

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Lk. Superior St. 22, Ak Methodist 3 BSU 5, Gustavus 2 BSU 7, Lake Superior St. 4

Mar. 5 Mar. 5 Mar. 6

semis semis finals

BSU 12, Augsburg 1 Lakehead 6, Gustavus 5 BSU 6, Lakehead 2

5 / 1973 NAIA National Champions THUNDER BAY, Ontario - Bemidji State embarked on an international quest for its fifth NAIA national championship, this time defeating Lakehead 3-2 in overtime... The Beavers upended Boston State 8-1 and Gustavus Adolphus 6-3 to reach the finals... AllTournament Team unavailable... Boston State beat Augsburg, 4-3, in the fifth-place game and Lake Superior State took third place with an 11-3 win over Gustavus Adolphus.

Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 2 Mar. 2 Mar. 3

quarters BSU 8, Boston 1 quarters Lakehead 8, Augsburg 1 semis BSU 6, Gustavus 3 semis Lakehead 8, Lk. Superior St. 4 finals BSU 3, Lakehead 2 (OT)

6 / 1979 NAIA National Champions ST. PAUL, Minn. - After three consecutive national semifinal appearances without a title, Bemidji State emerged as NAIA Champion, capturing the school’s sixth crown with a 5-1 victory over Concordia-Moorhead... The Beavers polished off St. Francis (Maine), 17-1, and WisconsinRiver Falls, 7-5, to reach the title game... Rod Heisler was named MVP, while Mike Gibbons, Pat Kinney and John Murphy earned All-Tournament Team honors... St. Scholastica captured third with a 4-2 win over River Falls. Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 24 Feb. 25

quarters quarters quarters quarters semis semis finals

BSU 17, St. Francis (Maine) 1 St. Scholastica 6, UW-Superior 4 UW-River Falls 3, Gustavus 2 (OT) Concordia (M’head) 5, Augsburg 3 Concordia 6, St. Scholastica 3 BSU 7, UW-River Falls 5 BSU 5, Concordia 1

Feb. 29 Feb. 29 Feb. 29 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 1 Mar. 2

quarters quarters quarters quarters semis semis finals

BSU 5, St. Olaf 2 UW-Superior 13, St. Thomas 8 UW-River Falls 5, C’cdia (M’head) 4 Mich.-Dearborn 6, Augsburg 3 BSU 8, UW-Superior 3 Mich-Dearborn 5, UW-River Falls 4 BSU 4, Mich.-Dearborn 3

8 / 1984 Div. II National Champs BEMIDJI, Minn. - Bemidji State won its first NCAA Division II national title in style by posting college hockey’s finest unbeaten record at 31-0 after a sweep of Merrimack... The Beavers defeated AlaskaFairbanks in a two-game total series first round... Joel Otto, Drey Bradley, Eric Gager, Galen Nagle and Dave Jerome earned All-Tournament honors... Otto, the 1984 NCAA II Hobey Baker winner, joined Drey Bradley at the NCHA All-Star Game the week following the title series. Mar. 10 Mar. 10 Mar. 11 Mar. 11 Mar. 17 Mar. 18

semis semis semis semis finals finals

BSU 9, Ak-Fairbanks 6 Merrimack (N.Y.) 4, New Hampshire 3 BSU 4, Ak.-Fairbanks 1 Merrimack 5, New Hampshire Coll.4 BSU 6, Merrimack 3 BSU 8, Merrimack 1

9 / 1986 Div. III National Champs BEMIDJI, Minn. - Bemidji State captured its only NCAA Division III national title with a victory over Plattsburgh State... The Beavers picked up a first-round playoff win over Elmira in a best-of-three and earned an overtime victory in the semifinals over Rochester Institute of Technology (N.Y.) as BSU scored a lastsecond goal to force overtime... Plattsburgh State defeated Babson and Mankato State to advance... Mike Alexander, Bucky Lescarbeau, Todd Lescarbeau and Jim Martin earned All-Tournament honors. Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 15 Mar. 21 Mar. 21 Mar. 22

quarters quarters quarters quarters quarters quarters quarters quarters semis semis finals

Mankato St. 6, St. Thomas 5 Plattsburgh St. 7, Babson 5 BSU 4, Elmira 2 RIT 4, Union 1 Mankato St. 1 (2-0), St. Thomas 6 Plattsburg St. 5 (3-1), Babson 8 BSU 3 (3-0), Elmira 5 RIT 8, Union 7 Plattsburgh St. 7, Mankato St. 5 BSU 5, RIT 4 (OT) BSU 8, Plattsburgh St. 5

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10 / 1992-93 Division II National Champions

12 / 1994-95 Division II National Champions

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Bemidji State welcomed the NCAA Division II championship back with a title series victory over Mercyhurst at John S. Glas Fieldhouse... The NCAA had discontinued the Division II event from 1985 to 1992, but the Beavers, who won the last NCAA II national crown in 1984, returned to championship form for the 1993 series... It was the first meeting between BSU and Mercyhurst.

ERIE, Pa. - Bemidji State took to the road for its 12th national championship, and third consecutive Division II title, edging Mercyhurst 5-4 in game two of the title series after a 6-2 win the previous night in Erie, Pa... The Lakers entered the championship with a perfect home record at 13-0 and a 23-1-2 record overall, but Bemidji State rallied to take the title on the Lakers’ home ice.

Mar. 19 Mar. 20

finals finals

BSU 10, Mercyhurst 6 BSU 5, Mercyhurst 0

Mar. 17 Mar. 18

finals finals

BSU 6, Mercyhurst 2 BSU 5, Mercyhurst 4

11 / 1993-94 Division II National Champions

13 / 1996-97 Division II National Champions

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Bemidji State won its eleventh national title after shocking Alabama-Huntsville on its home ice with a comeback victory in the first meeting between the schools... The Chargers, who entered the series ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division II poll, took the first game 5-3, but the Beavers battled back to take game two by a 2-1 count, followed by a sudden death mini-game victory to secure the title.

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Rivals Bemidji State and Ala.-Huntsville met for the third time in the title series. The Beavers completed a sweep to give BSU its 13th national title and fourth in the ‘90s...The BSU-Ala.-Huntsville series during their Division II rivalry ended at 3-3, including a meeting in the 1998 finals won by the Chargers.

Mar. 11 Mar. 12

finals finals

Ala.-Huntsville 5, BSU 3 BSU 2 (2-1), Ala.-Huntsville 1 (OT)

Mar. 14 Mar. 15

finals finals

BSU 3, Ala.-Huntsville 2 BSU 4, Ala.-Huntsville 2

Non-Championship Playoff History 1974 NAIA Championship (2nd) Bemidji, Minn. Quarterfinals Semifinals Third Place Championship

Gustavus Adolphus 10, Wis.-Superior 2 Lake Superior St. 7, Concordia (Moorhead) 1 Lake Superior St., St. Thomas (Minn.) 2 Bemidji St. 4, Gustavus Adolphus 2 Gustavus Adolphus 6, St. Thomas 5 Lake Superior St. 4, Bemidji St. 1

1976 NAIA Championship (4th) Superior, Wis. Quarterfinals Semifinals Third Place Championship

Gustavus Adolphus 22, Portland-Gorham (Maine) 1 St. Scholastica (Minn.) 5, Augsburg 3 Bemidji St. 4, Wis.-Stout 2 Wis.-Superior 10, Wis.-River Falls 3 St. Scholastica 6, Gustavus Adolphus 5 (ot) Wis.-Superior 4, Bemidji St. 3 Gustavus Adolphus 5, Bemidji St. 4 Wis.-Superior 8, St. Scholastica 5

1977 NAIA Championship (3rd) Superior, Wis. Quarterfinals Semifinals Third Place Championship

Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) 10, Ferris St. (Mich.) 3 Augsburg (Minn.) 4, Wis.-Superior 3 (ot) St. Scholastica (Minn.) 6, Wis.-River Falls 4 Bemidji St. 11, St. Francis (Maine) 0 St. Scholastica 4, Bemidji St. 2 Gustavus Adolphus 5, Augsburg 2 Bemidji St. 5, Augsburg 2 St. Scholastica 7, Gustavus Adolphus 2

1978 NAIA Championship (2nd) St. Paul, Minn. Quarterfinals Semifinals Third Place Championship

Bemidji St. 16, St. Francis (Maine) 2 Augsburg 6, Ferris St. (Mich.) 4 Wis.-River Falls 3, St. Scholastica 2 St. Thomas (Minn.) 6, Gustavus Adolphus 5 (ot) Augsburg 10, Wis.-River Falls 2 Bemidji St. 7, St. Thomas 1 St. Thomas 7, Wis.-River Falls 6 Augsburg 4, Bemidji St. 3

1981 NAIA Championship (3rd) River Falls, Wis. Quarterfinals Wis.-Superior 7, St. Thomas (Minn.) 6 Bemidji St. 5, St. Mary’s (Minn.) 1 Augsburg 9, Wis.-River Falls 2 Mich.-Dearborn 6, St. Olaf (Minn.) 4 Semifinals Wis.-Superior 6, Bemidji St. 4 Augsburg 7, Mich.-Dearborn 4 Third Place Bemidji St. 11, Mich.-Dearborn 2 Championship Augsburg 8, Wis.-Superior 3

1982 NAIA Championship (2nd) Superior, Wis. Quarterfinals Semifinals Third Place Championship

Wis.-River Falls 5, Bethel (Minn.) 4 Bemidji St. 6, Hamline (Minn.) 2 Mich.-Dearborn 11, Wis.-Superior 7 Augsburg 7, Wis.-Eau Claire 6 Bemidji St. 7, Wis.-River Falls 0 Augsburg 5, Mich.-Dearborn 4 Mich.-Dearborn 4, Wis.-River Falls 3 Augsburg 6, Bemidji St. 3

1983 NCAA Div. II Championship (2nd) Lowell, Mass. First Round (two-game total series at campus sites) Babson def. Norwich (VT) 3-1, 3-1 Mass.-Lowell def. Oswego St. (N.Y.) 10-2, 5-3 Bemidji St. def. Gustavus Adolphus 6-3, 2-3 RIT (N.Y.) def. Mankato St. (Minn.) 6-1, 3-6 Semifinals Bemidji St. 3, Babson 1 RIT (N.Y.) 4, Mass.-Lowell 3 Third Place Mass.-Lowell 5, Babson 3 Championship RIT (N.Y.) 4, Bemidji St. 2

1985 NCAA Div. III Championship (2nd)

Schenectady, N.Y. First Round (two-game series, campus sites) Union (N.Y.) def. Babson (Mass.) 5-1, 1-3 RIT (N.Y.) def. St. Thomas (Minn.) 5-4, 5-2 Plattsburgh St. (N.Y.) def. Salem St. (Mass.) 6-1, 4-2 Bemidji St. def. Mankato St. 2-4, 9-2 Semifinals RIT 3, Union 2 Bemidji St. 8, Plattsburgh St. 7 (3ot) Third Place Union 9, Plattsburgh St. 6 Championship RIT 5, Bemidji St. 1

1987 NCAA Div. III Championship (3rd)

Plattsburgh, N.Y. First Round (best of three at campus sites) Plattsburgh St. (N.Y.) def. Norwich (VT) 6-2, 3-4, 2-1 Bemidji St. def. Concordia (Minn.) 3-1, 8-6 Oswego St. (N.Y.) def. Babson (Mass.) 3-2, 1-2, 1-0 St. Cloud St. def. Salem St. (Mass.) 4-8, 3-2, 2-1 Semifinals Plattsburgh St. 7, Bemidji St. 4 Oswego St. 5, St. Cloud St. 2 Third Place St. Cloud St. 6, Bemidji St. 4 Championship Plattsburgh St. 8, Oswego St. 3

1988 NCAA Div. III Championship (semis)

Elmira, N.Y. First Round (best of three at campus sites) Elmira (N.Y.) def. Oswego St. (N.Y.) 6-3 Elmira (N.Y.) def. Oswego St. (N.Y.) 10-2 Babson (Mass.) def. Plattsburgh St. (N.Y.) 5-3 Plattsburgh St. (N.Y.) def. Babson (Mass.) 3-2 Babson (Mass.) def. Plattsburgh St. (N.Y.) 1-0 Wis.-River Falls def. Wis.-Stevens Point 6-5 Wis.-River Falls def. Wis.-Stevens Point 9-5 Bemidji St. def. St. Thomas (Minn.) 5-1 Bemidji St. def. St. Thomas (Minn.) 3-1 Semifinals (best of three) Babson def. Elmira 4-3 Elmira def. Babson 9-1 Elmira def. Babson 2-1 Wis.-River Falls def. Bemidji St. 6-4 Wis.-River Falls def. Bemidji St. 5-3 Championship Wis.-River Falls def. Elmira 7-1 Elmira def. Wis.-River Falls 5-3 Wis.-River Falls def. Elmira 3-0

1989 NCAA Div. III Championship (semis) Rochester, N.Y. First Round (best of three at campus sites) Oswego St. (N.Y.) def. RIT (N.Y.) 7-5 RIT (N.Y.) def. Oswego St. (N.Y.) 4-2 RIT (N.Y.) def. Oswego St. (N.Y.) 5-1 Babson (Mass.) tied Union (N.Y.) 1-1 Babson (Mass.) def. Union (N.Y.) 3-2 Wis.-Stevens Point def. Wis.-Eau Claire 5-2 Wis.-Stevens Point def. Wis.-Eau Claire 5-3 Bemidji St. def. St. Mary’s (Minn.) 5-4 Bemidji St. def. St. Mary’s (Minn.) 7-2 Semifinals (best of three) RIT def. Babson 6-2 RIT def. Babson 7-5 Wis.-Stevens Point def. Bemidji St. 11-0 Wis.-Stevens Point def. Bemidji St. 6-3 Championship Wis.-Stevens Point tied RIT (N.Y.) 3-3 Wis.-Stevens Point def. RIT (N.Y.) 3-2

1996 NCAA Div. II Championship (2nd) Huntsville, Ala. Championship Ala.-Huntsville def. Bemidji St. 7-1 Ala.-Huntsville def. Bemidji St. 3-0

1998 NCAA Div. II Championship (2nd) Huntsville, Ala. Championship Ala.-Huntsville def. Bemidji St. 6-2 Ala.-Huntsville def. Bemidji St. 5-2

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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2005 NCAA Tournament Northeast Regional NCAA Tournament Northeast Regional

Scoring Summary

#1 Denver 4, Bemidji State 3 (OT) AMHERST, Mass. - Bemidji State nearly became the first No. 4 seed in an NCAA Tournament regional to topple the region’s No. 1 seed in the first round, falling to eventual national champion Denver, 4-3 in overtime. Kevin Ulanski scored the gamewinner for the Pioneers 2:36 into the extra period. Brett Skinner fired a puck on goal, and it deflected off of Ulanski’s leg and past BSU goaltender Matt Climie to propel the Pioneers into the regional final. Bemidji State came out strong, and despite being out-shot 18-6, held two one-goal leads in the first period. Brendan Cook became the first 40point scorer in BSU’s Division I era and drew the Beavers even just 2:17 into the third period. The goal was his 10th power-play goal of the season, tying his own BSU Division I-era single-season record. Climie saved a career-high 45 shots for BSU. He set a career high for saves in a period with 16 in the first, then turned aside 14 shots in the second, 11 in the third and four in overtime. His 45 saves tied BSU’s single-game season high, but he saw a streak of 15 consecutive appearances allowing three goals or less come to an end. He took the loss and ends his freshman season at 12-5-1. NOTES: No. 1 seeds remained undefeated in the NCAA Tournament since the field expanded to 16 teams in 2003... BSU falls to 0-1 all-time in the NCAA Tournament... CHA programs fall to 1-4 all-time in the NCAA Tournament... BSU and Denver played the 61st overtime game in NCAA Tournament history... Shane Holman scored BSU’s first NCAA Tournament goal at 1:40 of the first period... John Haider’s assist on Holman’s goal gives him an eight-game post-season scoring streak (seven games in the CHA Tournament and one game in the NCAA Tournament)... Denver’s goal at 5:35 of the first period snapped Matt Climie’s streak of consecutive scoreless minutes in goal at 177:41.

Bemidji State #1 Denver

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1st Period: 1:40 BSU Shane Holman (2) (John Haider/16) 5:35 DU Andrew Thomas (2) (Gabe Gauthier/27, Kevin Ulanksi/18) 11:14 BSU Jean-Guy Gervais (14) (unassisted) 12:18 DU Tom May (2) (Matt Laatsch/10, Ryan Dingle/12) Penalties: 6:39 BSU Nathan Schwartzbauer (2-Tripping; DU 0x1); 8:45 BSU Luke Erickson (2-Tripping; DU 0x2). 2nd Period: 1:02 DU Kevin Ulanksi (10) (Gabe Gauthier/28, Jeff Drummond/19) Penalties: 1:31 DU J.D. Corbin (2-Ob.-Hooking; BSU 0x1); 4:30 BSU Niko Suoraniemi (2-Ob.-Holding); 4:30 DU Gabe Gauthier (2-Diving); 7:59 BSU Blaine Jarvis (2-Ob.-Hooking; DU 0x3); 9:02 DU J.D. Corbin (2-Interference; BSU 0x2); 17:12 DU Brett Skinner (2-Holding; BSU 0x3). 3rd Period: 2:17 Brendan Cook (20) (Peter Jonsson/17) PPG Penalties: 1:35 DU Jeff Drummond (2-Check from Behind; BSU 1x4); 5:05 BSU David Deterding (2-Holding the Stick; DU 0x4); 11:56 BSU Andrew Martens (2-Ob.Interference; DU 0x5); 14:52 DU J.D. Corbin (2-Interference; BSU 1x5). Overtime: 3:26 GW-DU Kevin Ulanski (11) (Brett Skinner/31) Penalties: none. Shots on Goal: BSU (6-15-3-1) = 25; DU (18-15-11-5) = 49. Time outs: none Penalties: BSU (2-4, 2-4, 2-4, 0-0) = 6-12; DU (0-0, 4-8, 2-4, 0-0) = 6-12. Power Plays: BSU (0-0, 0-3, 1-2, 0-0) = 1-5; DU (0-2, 0-1, 0-2, 0-0) = 0-5. Goalies: BSU Matt Climie (L, 12-5-1; 63:26; 16-14-11-4=45 saves; 4 GA) DU Glenn Fisher (W, 14-5-1; 63:26; 4-15-2-1=22 saves; 3 GA).

Bemidji State’s 2005 NCAA Regional Semifinalists

Front (L to R): Lou Garritan; Myles Kuharski; Jean-Guy Gervais; ass’t coach Ted Belisle; head coach Tom Serratore; Andrew Murray; ass’t coach Bert Gilling; graduate ass’t coach Scott Spencer; Brendan Cook; John Haider; Peter Jonsson Middle (L to R): Matt Climie; Garrett Roth; Rob Sirianni; Chris Nathe; Ryan Miller; Carl Buchberger; Phil Ronnebaum; Bill Crews; Ryan Huddy; Shane Holman; Luke Erickson; Orlando Alamano; Layne Sedevie Back (L to R): Brendan McIntyre; Blaine Jarvis; David Deterding; Andrew Martens; Nathan Schwartzbauer; Matt Pope; Jake Bluhm; Riley Weselowski; Nikko Suoraniem; Mike Hendricks

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2006 NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional

NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional

Scoring Summary

#2 Wisconsin 4, Bemidji State 0 GREEN BAY, Wis. - For the second consecutive season, Bemidji State was knocked out of the NCAA Tournament by the eventual national champion as Wisconsin’s Joe Pavelski recorded a hat trick to help propel the Badgers to a 4-0 victory in the semifinals of the 2006 NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional. The Beavers had a five-minute power play following a major penalty and subsequent game misconduct for checking from behind to Wisconsin forward Ryan MacMurchy at 11:13 of the first. BSU did not garner a shot, and the Badgers successfully killed the penalty when Jean-Guy Gervais was called for tripping at 15:31. The major expired at 16:13, and with six seconds remaining in the ensuing power play Wisconsin forward Joe Pavelski scored his 21st goal of the season to give the Badgers a 1-0 lead. The Badgers pushed their lead to 2-0 just 26 seconds into the second period. Pavelski won a draw with Gervais at the right dot, picked up the puck and beat BSU goaltender Layne Sedevie, unassisted, for his second marker of the night. Wisconsin extended its lead to 3-0 in the final minutes of the second. Adam Burish picked up a loose puck behind the goal line and fed linemate Jake Dowell below the left circle, and Dowell slid a shot between Sedevie’s skates. The assist was the second of the night for Burish, and the two-goal outburst capped a dominant period for the Badgers, who out-shot BSU 23-4 in the frame. The 3-0 lead for Wisconsin held until late in the third period, until Pavelski completed his hat trick at 6:39 of the third on a power-play opportunity to wrap up the game’s scoring. Gervais picked up his second penalty of the night for high sticking-contact to the head at 5:05, and Pavelski’s third marker came 1:33 later. The 4-0 shutout snapped BSU’s Division I-era record streak of 69 consecutive games with a goal scored dating back to Nov. 12, 2004. The shutout is also just the third in NCAA Tournament play for BSU.

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1st Period: 17:07 PPG UW #8 Joe Pavelski (21) (#24 Andrew Joudrey/9, #16 Adam Burish/20). Penalties: 4:02 BSU #14 Tyler Scofield (2-Tripping) UW 0x1; 11:13 UW #19 Ryan MacMurchy (5-Checking from Behind; served by #22 Ben Street) BSU 0x1; 11:13 UW #19 Ryan MacMurchy (10-Game Misconduct); 15:31 BSU #28 Jean-Guy Gervais (2-Obstruction-Interference) UW 1x2. 2nd Period: 0:26 UW #8 Joe Pavelski (22) (unassisted); 17:30 UW #11 Jake Dowell (5) (#16 Adam Burish/21); Penalties: 8:50 BSU #25 David Deterding (2-High Sticking/Contact to the Head) UW 1x3; 10:18 UW #5 Jeff Likens (2-Tripping) BSU 0x2; 13:05 UW #27 Ross Carlson (2-Slashing) BSU 0x3; 19:23 BSU #27 Ryan Miller (2-High Sticking/Contact to the Head) UW 1x4; 3rd Period: 6:38 UW #8 Joe Pavelski (23) (#14 Tom Gilbert/19). Penalties: 0:30 BSU #2 Nathan Schwartzbauer (2-Obstruction-Hooking) UW 1x5; 3:56 UW #6 Josh Engel (2-High Sticking/Contact to the Head) BSU 0x4; 5:05 BSU #28 Jean-Guy Gervais (2-High Sticking/Contact to the Head) UW 2x6; 7:49 BSU #25 David Deterding (2-Holding) UW 2x7; 16:38 BSU #1 Layne Sedevie (2-High Sticking/Contact to the Head) UW 2x8. Shots on Goal BSU (2-4-9) = 15; UW (9-23-13) = 45. Time outs: none. Penalties: BSU (2-4 / 2-4 / 4-8) = 8-16; UW (2-15 / 2-4 / 1-2) = 5-21. Power Plays: BSU (0x1 / 0x2 / 0x1) = 0x4; UW (1x2 / 0x1 / 1x5) = 2x8. Goalies: BSU Layne Sedevie (L, 12-7-1; 60:00; 8-21-12 = 41 saves; 4 GA); UW Brian Elliott (W, 24-5-3; 60:00; 2-4-9 = 15 saves; 0 GA; SHO).

Bemidji State’s 2006 NCAA Regional Semifinalists

Front (L to R): Layne Sedevie; Rob Sirianni; Lou Garritan; Andrew Martens (A); Graduate Ass’t Coach David Short; Assistant Coach Bert Gilling; Jean-Guy Gervais (C); Head Coach Tom Serratore; Assistant Coach Ted Belisle; Luke Erickson (A); David Deterding (A); Ryan Huddy; Matt Climie. Middle (L to R): Orlando Alamano; Brendan McIntyre; Ryan Miller; Niko Suoraniemi; equipment manager Phil Ronnebaum; trainer Billy Crews; Riley Weselowski; Shane Holman; Tyler Scofield; Mark Soares. Back (L to R): Jake Bluhm; Juha Keinanen; Blaine Jarvis; Matt Pope; Anssi Tieranta; Nathan Schwartzbauer; Travis Winter; Matt Allen; Cody Bostock; Brandon Marino.

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The John S. Glas Fieldhouse

True Home-Ice Advantage

Since its debut as Bemidji State’s home arena for the 1967-68 season, the Beavers have built one of college hockey’s strongest home-ice advantages at John Glas Fieldhouse. In 658 games played over 41 full seasons at the Glas, BSU has posted a remarkable 479-138-41 record on its home ice (.759). In addition, BSU has posted 53 shutouts at the Glas and all-time has out-scored its opposition by an average of nearly three goals per game. BSU went 3-3-0 in its first six games played at the Glas, but from there won 13 in a row and 32 of the next 33 games played in its new facility. The run set the tone for home-ice dominance which would become a storied part the BSU tradition. In 2003-04, BSU set two school scoring records on its home ice. BSU’s 42 goals scored at the Glas were its fewest ever, but the Beavers also set a record for fewest goals allowed at home, with opponents lighting the lamps just 28 times in 14 games. • The Beavers set a school record with five ties at the Glas in 2002-03.

The 2008-09 campaign marks the 42nd season of competition for Bemidji State University’s John S. Glas Fieldhouse, a storied and revered barn which has established its legacy as one of the iconic arenas in all of college hockey. The home of BSU men’s ice hockey since 1967 and BSU women’s ice hockey since 1998, “The Glas” debuted as the Fieldhouse Expansion to the BSU Physical Education Complex when the Beavers played host to the Minnesota Nationals on Nov. 17, 1967. Final plans for the $970,000 Fieldhouse expansion were laid in the mid-1960s under the direction of thenBSU President Dr. Harry Bangsberg and athletics director Dr. Vic Weber. The Minnesota legislature granted authority to built the expansion in 1965, and the fieldhouse expansion was dedicated on Feb. 10, 1968. In the 41 seasons since, the Bemidji State men’s hockey program has established one of the true home-ice advantages in all of college hockey and has been simply dominant in the building. The Beavers have posted a 479-138-41 record in 658 games played at John Glas Fieldhouse, and have had a losing home-ice record just once during the life of the arena. Eleven times in its history BSU has assembled unbeaten streaks of 10 or more games in the building, while averaging nearly 5.6 goals per game. In total, BSU has out-scored its opposition by more than 1,700 goals at “The Glas.” Bemidji State posted an 8-3-3 record on its home ice in 2004, and set a school single-season record for fewest goals allowed in a season at home by surrendering just 28 in 14 games. That season helped kick-start a four-year stretch which has seen BSU post a 47-20-8 record on its home ice with 11 shutouts, including a school-record five in 2007-08, and outscore its opposition by a combined margin of 262-169. BSU’s 10 victories at the Glas in 2005-06, coupled with a 12-win season in 2004-05, gave BSU back-to-back 10-win seasons on its home ice for the first time as a Division I program. It marked the program’s first such streak since a fouryear streak of seasons with 10 or more home wins from 1996-2000. In addition to its role as BSU’s home facility for both men’s and women’s ice hockey, the Glas Fieldhouse also plays a prominent role in a variety of events for the BSU and Bemidji area communities. High school contests and area youth figure skating shows occur while the ice is in place, while when the ice is removed the building plays host to events varying from the annual Jaycees Home, Sport and Travel Show to BSU’s commencement ceremonies.

Championship Tradition Only adding to Bemidji State’s already-stellar winning tradition at John Glas Fieldhouse are the five national championships BSU has won on its home ice. The Beavers have competed for a national title six times at The Glas, bringing home an NAIA Championship in 1971 and four NCAA Division II Championships in 1984, 1986, 1993 and 1997.

John S. Glas From the time of its completion until Oct. 1, 1975, BSU’s hockey facility held the name of BSU Fieldhouse. But it was renamed in honor of the retiring John S. Glas (right), the acting president of Bemidji State University at the time of the arena’s completion. Glas arrived in Bemidji in 1939 to serve as business manager under thenBSU President Charles R. Sattgast and would remain with BSU for 36 years. When Glas arrived, the campus consisted of just two buildings - Deputy and Sanford Halls - which served as the educational environment for the institution’s 340 students.

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In 1957, Glas was appointed Assistant to the President, and in 1968 he was elevated to Vice President for Administrative Affairs and later earned the title Vice President Emeritus. The decision to rename the Fieldhouse was recommended by the Men’s Physical Education Department. The Long Range Planning Committee endorsed the change, and President Dr. R.D. Decker submitted a request to the State University Board that it officially name the fieldhouse for Glas, “in recognition of his long and dedicated service to Bemidji State University.”

• BSU’s 68 goals scored at home in 2004-05 were a Division I-era record and most for the program since 1997-98. • BSU went 10-3-2 at the Glas in 2006, giving it back-to-back 10-win seasons on its home ice for the first time since the program moved to Division I in 1999. • BSU has posted 13 shutouts at The Glas since the start of the 2001 season, matching its total in the previous 18 seasons combined (13).

All-Time Record at the Glas home SHO GF GA 1967-68 10-3-0 1 103 37 1968-69 14-1-0 4 129 35 1969-70 15-2-0 1 134 40 1970-71 11-4-0a 2 104 36 1971-72 9-5-1 1 83 64 1972-73 15-4-1 1 121 70 1973-74 16-4-0a 2 121 63 1974-75 12-7-0 0 114 84 1975-76 17-3-0 0 u136 66 1976-77 16-1-1 4 88 37 1977-78 15-2-1 2 113 62 1978-79 14-1-0 2 122 34 1979-80 14-4-0 2 108 57 1980-81 15-2-0 3 127 47 1981-82 15-2-0 2 115 38 a 1982-83 u20-1-0 2 118 47 a 1983-84 19-0-0 2 132 42 1984-85 13-2-1 0 107 46 a 1985-86 14-6-0 0 124 85 1986-87 11-4-0 2 74 48 1987-88 10-3-3 0 85 53 1988-89 11-4-1 3 91 40 1989-90 9-3-2 0 66 46 1990-91 11-1-1 1 75 34 1991-92 8-3-3 1 84 46 a 1992-93 10-3-0 1 80 49 1993-94 10-3-0 0 69 39 1994-95 8-4-2 0 63 42 1995-96 7-2-3 0 63 46 a 1996-97 13-3-1 1 102 52 1997-98 11-3-1 1 85 39 1998-99 11-4-0 0 59 42 1999-00 10-6-1 1 63 60 2000-01 3-11-2 0 51 63 2001-02 8-4-3 2 61 47 2002-03 7-3-5 0 45 44 2003-04 8-3-3 2 42 u28 2004-05 12-5-0 2 68 47 2005-06 10-3-2 1 63 32 2006-07 7-3-2 1 41 31 2007-08 10-6-1 u5 48 31 TOTAL 479-138-41 53 3,677 1,949 per-game scoring 5.59 2.96 a= includes playoff games

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The John S. Glas Fieldhouse

National Playoffs at The Glas

Bemidji State has won more than a third of its 13 national championships on its home ice, bringing home the title five times in six championship series at John Glas Fieldhouse. BSU won national titles in front of the home-crowd faithful in 1971, ‘84, ‘86, ‘93 and ‘97. BSU’s only failed opportunity to win a national title on its home ice came in 1974, when Lake Superior State celebrated an NAIA Championship victory after a 4-1 win over the host Beavers. In all, BSU is 14-2-0 with one mini-game win in national playoff action at the Glas. 1971 NAIA Championship Mar. 5 semis BSU 12, Augsburg 1 Mar. 6 finals BSU 6, Lakehead 2 • 4th NAIA title; 4th national title overall 1974 NAIA Championship Mar. 5 semis BSU 4, Gustavus 2 Mar. 6 finals Lake Superior St. 4, BSU 1 1984 NCAA Division II Championship Mar. 10 1st rd BSU 9, Ak-Fairbanks 6 Mar. 11 1st rd BSU 4, Ak-Fairbanks 1 Mar. 17 finals BSU 6, Merrimack 3 Mar. 18 finals BSU 8, Merrimack 1 • 1st Div. II title; 8th national title overall 1986 NCAA Division III Championship Mar. 14 1st rd BSU 4, Elmira 2 Mar. 15 1st rd Elmira 3, BSU 5 mini BSU 3, Elmira 0 Mar. 21 semis BSU 5, RIT 4 (OT) Mar. 22 finals BSU 8, Plattsburgh St. 5 • 1st Div. III title; 9th national title overall 1993 NCAA Division II Championship Mar. 19 finals BSU 10, Mercyhurst 6 Mar. 20 finals BSU 5, Mercyhurst 0 • 2nd Div. II title; 10th national title overall

Tradition Never Graduates Each locker in the Bemidji State locker room is adorned with a plaque listing by jersey number the players from BSU hockey’s illustrious history who have won All-America honors, represented their country on the U.S. National or U.S. Olympic hockey teams or gone on to play in the National Hockey League. The plaques serve as a constant reminder of the responsibility each member of the Bemidji State program takes upon himself each time he puts on a Beaver hockey sweater - to be mindful of the history of one of college hockey’s elite programs, and to recognize the honor of continuing the legacy established by those former players. After all, while hockey players may come and go, tradition never graduates.

1997 NCAA Division II Championship Mar. 14 finals BSU 3, UA-Huntsville 2 Mar. 15 finals BSU 4, UA-Huntsville 2 • 5th Div. II title; 13th national title overall

John S. Glas Fieldhouse Notables Constructed Capacity Rink Dimensions: Largest Crowd: National Championships Won at Fieldhouse First Goal Scored First Win Games Played at Fieldhouse Home Record Best Season at Fieldhouse Most Home-Ice Wins Fewest Home-Ice Wins Most Home-Ice Losses Most Home-Ice Ties Longest Winning Streak at Fieldhouse

1967 2,399 200x85 3,132 3/14/84, Div. II National Championship vs Merrimack Five Dennis Sauter vs Minn. Nationals (11/17/67) def Fort Frances, 4-3 (11/28/67) 658 479-138-41 (.759) 19-0-0 (1983-84) 20, 1982-83 (20-1-0) 3, 2000-01 (3-11-2) 11, 2000-01 (3-11-2) 5, 2002-03 (7-3-5) 54; Dec. 16, 1981 - Jan. 26, 1985

John S. Glas Fieldhouse Unbeaten Streaks In addition to BSU’s dominating overall record at the John Glas Fieldhouse, BSU has put together 10 different unbeaten streaks of 10 or more games in its current home, including a collegiate-record 54-game winning streak from Dec. 16, 1981 to Jan. 26, 1985. Those streaks: 54 23 23 21 17 13

Dates Record Dec. 16, 1981 - Jan. 26, 1985 54-0-0 Jan. 14, 1969 - Feb. 22, 1970 23-0-0 Nov. 13, 1976 - Jan. 3, 1978 21-0-2 Nov. 4, 1978 - Jan. 14, 1980 21-0-0 Nov. 22, 1975 - Nov. 6, 1976 17-0-0 Jan. 8, 1997 - Dec. 13, 1998 12-0-1

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Dates Record Jan. 20, 1968 - Jan. 10, 1969 12-0-0 Feb. 3, 1973 - Dec. 1, 1973 11-0-0 Dec. 8, 1972 - Jan. 19, 1973 10-0-1 Dec. 5, 1980 - Feb. 9, 1981 10-0-0

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Bemidji State Strength Training and Conditioning

Strength and conditioning is a key component to the success of any athletic program and that is no different at Bemidji State University. Beaver Hockey players make a year-round commitment to physically preparing for the rigors of an NCAA Division I hockey season. The goal of BSU’s program is to increase the overall athletic performance of each student-athlete, prevent injuries and help the athlete reach their full potential. The Bemidji State men’s hockey training program is a complex mix of science, nutrition, technology and unique movements. Bemidji State assistant hockey coach Bert Gilling draws on his background in anatomy and physiology to oversee the Beaver Hockey strength and conditioning and tailor specific programs to enhance each student-athlete’s performance. The Bemidji State athletic weight room is a 35,000-square foot facility that houses nearly 20,000 pounds of free weights and several hockey specific items. Overall, the room is home to five squat racks, five Olympic lift power platforms, dumbbells ranging from five to 130 pounds, two custom-made skating slide boards, a pair of Russian plyometric boxes and numerous other free weight stations. In addition to the traditional free-weight training, Gilling has implemented several unique exercises and stations into the training program. Beaver Hockey players routinely incorporate different movements using chains, sandbags, industrial tires and plyometric boxes to give the student-athlete a well-rounded workout that will help condition their cardiovascular system, increase strength and stabilize joints. During the team’s dry land training, the BSU Hockey training program is modified to take full advantage of the incomparable setting of the university in the pines of Northern Minnesota. The team sets aside time each week for ‘Adventure Training’ where athletes work together in team building exercises as well as using the landscape to create an unparalleled training experience. Venues for these sessions have included Lake Bemidji, the City of Bemidji’s picturesque parks and even a local ski hill.

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Bemidji State Strength Training and Conditioning

Bemidji State Strenghth and Conditioning Clubs Category

Big Mac Trifecta

Hat Trick Leg Power

Bench Press

The Deuce

8 Mile

Green Lighting

1st

Chris McKelvie

Chris McKelvie

Chris Peluso

Chris Peluso

Chris McKelvie

Travis WInter

2nd

Matt Francis Dan MacIntyre

Chris Peluso

Darcy Findlay

Cody Bostock

Brad Hunt

Chris Mckelvie

Legends

Andrew Mertens 219

Nathan Schwartzbauer

Bill Methven 325 lbs

Riley Weselowski 515 lbs

Chris Mckelvie 50:34

Matt Pope 10.96

Coaches Choice: 2003 - Andrew Murray; 2004 - Brendan Cook; 2005 - Jake Bluhm; 2006 - Chris McKelvie; 2007 - Matt Francis; 2008 - Ian Lowe.

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Previous Bemidji State Hockey Venues Previous BSU Rinks The Bemidji State hockey team, referred to at times as the “Hard Luck Boys” in its early days, tried out several hockey rinks before finding a home in 1967 at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse.

1947-50 / Bemidji Sports Arena Not originally intended to be a hockey facility, the Bemidji Sports Arena was plagued with a number of problems from the start... Poor sight lines and seating along with an undersized ice surface were only a few of the arena’s more-obvious drawbacks... At 2:20 p.m., January 4, 1949, the arena’s roof collapsed due to structural failure... Several children were skating directly under the caved-in section of the roof, but miraculously escaped the falling beams and timbers. The team continued to use the facility for another season, but after an attempt at Lake Bemidji for a home venue, the Beaver program would cease for a nine-year period... The first BSU game played at the Bemidji Sports Arena is believed to be a 12-1 loss to the Grand Rapids Raiders on Feb. 16, 1947. BSU posted a 14-10-0 (.583) record at the Bemidji Sports Arena.

1959-60 / 17th Street Rink Located at the Bemidji High School athletic field, the Beavers found a new outdoor home rink... The new facility was underwritten with a $1,000 donation from the Beaver Union Board... However, the site would be temporary; after just two games the site was moved to the college campus... 200 fans were on hand to witness the return of Beaver hockey at Bemidji State Feb. 13, 1960 after a nineyear absence... The Beavers fell to St. Cloud State 4-2 in their return engagement... Referee Dick Kroll was injured at 3:21 of the third period, bringing a halt to the opening game of the season.... BSU posted a 1-1-0 record in two games at the 17th Street Rink.

1960-67 / College Rink Often referred to as the 19th Street Rink, the facility was located just south of the physical education building and gymnasium... The Beavers played seven seasons here before moving to the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. The first game played at the College Rink took place Jan. 5, 1961 when the Beavers defeated St. John’s 3-1 under balmy temperatures and on melting ice... The Beavers would close out their last game at the College Rink Feb. 4, 1967 with an 8-1 win over Wisconsin-Superior... Bemidji State won its final 17 games played at the College Rink before moving into the newly-constructed John S. Glas Fieldhouse for the 1967-68 season.... BSU posted a 35-8-1 (.807) record at College Rink.

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School

1964-65

North Dakota

25-8-0

1965-66

North Dakota

17-12-1

1966-67

Bemidji State

13-5-1

1967-68

Bemidji State

16-8-0

1968-69

Bemidji State

23-2-0

1969-70

Bemidji State

24-3-0

1970-71

Bemidji State

20-7-1

1971-72

Bemidji State

13-12-1

1972-73

Bemidji State

23-6-1

1973-74

Bemidji State

20-10-1

1974-75

Bemidji State

13-15-0

1975-76

Bemidji State

22-9-0

1976-77

Bemidji State

24-4-3

1977-78

Bemidji State

25-5-1

1978-79

Bemidji State

27-2-0

1979-80

Bemidji State

24-8-0

1980-81

Bemidji State

24-7-0

1981-82

Bemidji State

1982-83

Record

25-5-1 sabbatical*

1983-84

Bemidji State

31-0-0

1984-85

Bemidji State

27-6-2

1985-86

Bemidji State

25-9-1

1986-87

Bemidji State

22-12-1

1987-88

Bemidji State

24-11-3

1988-89

Bemidji State

19-3-4

1989-90

Bemidji State

15-11-2

1990-91

Bemidji State

21-6-3

1991-92

Bemidji State

16-9-5

1992-93

Bemidji State

24-7-0

1993-94

Bemidji State

21-9-3

1994-95

Bemidji State

24-7-2

1995-96

Bemidji State

16-9-4

1996-97

Bemidji State

25-7-2

1997-98

Bemidji State

22-10-2

1998-99

Bemidji State

17-13-0

1999-00

Bemidji State

13-20-1

2000-01

Bemidji State

at Bemidji State

702-293-49

Career Totals

744-313-50

While the early building blocks were already in place, it was not until R.H. “Bob” Peters took the reigns as the program’s fifth head coach in 1966 that Bemidji State University hockey began to take shape as a recognizable masterpiece. Although Peters himself would not claim to be an artist, he constructed a dynasty in Bemidji, Minn. which remains unparalleled in the world of collegiate athletics. Peters entered the college hockey head coaching ranks in 1964 as bench boss at the University of North Dakota. During his initial campaign, Peters, the eventual Western Collegiate Hockey Association Coach of the Year, led the Fighting Sioux to a WCHA title and a third-place finish at the NCAA Championships. He coached in Grand Forks for two seasons, leading the Sioux to a 42-20-1 mark before making a career decision that would change the face of collegiate hockey. Peters left the Division I powerhouse in 1966 and took over a small-college program in the early stages of its existence - at Bemidji State University. Within two seasons Peters led BSU to its first national championship and set the foundation for what would become one of the most dominant programs in college hockey. Thirty-five years later, Peters retired from coaching with one of the most impressive lists of achievements in the history of collegiate sports - 744 victories as a head coach, 702 coming at Bemidji State alone to make Peters the first coach to win 700 or more games at a single school, 13 small-college national championships, and still-standing national collegiate records for most wins in an unbeaten season (31-0-0 in 1983-’84) and longest unbeaten streak (43 games from Nov. 8, 1983 to Jan. 1, 1985). Today, only one coach in the sport - Michigan State’s Ron Mason - has won more games at the collegiate level.  Peters, the only coach to lead a team to a national championship game in three divisions of college hockey and the only coach to reach the Final Four in all four divisions (Division I, III, III and NAIA), developed five NHL players and numerous Olympians and All-Americans. A 1960 graduate of the University of North Dakota, Peters spent his collegiate days at goaltender for the Fighting Sioux. He coached at the high school level for one season before rejoining the UND staff as an assistant coach. Retired from coaching, Peters remains heavily involved in the sport of college hockey. From April of 2001 to July of 2008 Peters was the commissioner of College

Hockey America conference. College Hockey America is the third conference Peters was involved with as a founding memb e r, a n d w i t h more than four decades of experience in college hockey Peters’ leadership was invaluable as the CHA evolved. The original concept for the CHA began with Air Force head coach Frank Serratore and then-BSU head coach Peters at the 1998 hockey meetings in Florida. The conference sprang forth the following year with a full league schedule in the 1999-2000 season. Then in the fall of 2001, under the guidance of Peters, the CHA gained an automatic bid for its tournament champion in the 2003 NCAA Tournament. In addition to appointing Peters CHA Commissioner, in 2001 the athletic directors of the league’s member institutions approved the recommendation by the coaches to name the regular-season championship trophy in honor of Peters as the R.H. “Bob” Peters Cup—an appropriate honor capping an illustrious coaching career.  Peters’ influence on college hockey also has stretched outside the arena. He has proven his administrative skills at Bemidji State by serving as athletic director and head hockey coach, and he lent service to several committees. Under Peters’ guidance, BSU hockey progressed from NAIA to NCAA Division III to NCAA Division II, and in 1999, BSU elevated its hockey program to Division I. He served on championship committees for the NAIA and NCAA for over 20 years, and in 2001 was named a Hobey Baker Legend of Hockey. Peters continues to provide support to the Bemidji State athletic department. He announced his retirement from the BSU faculty in 2003 but remains with the University in an outreach role with the BSU Foundation.

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*Mike Gibbons coached during sabbatical

Coach of the Year Honors WCHA Coach of the Year

1964-65

NAIA Coach of the Year

1973-74

NAIA Coach of the Year

1979-80

NCHA Coach of the Year

1981-82

NCHA Coach of the Year

1983-84

NCAA II-West Coach of the Year

1983-84

AHCA Ed Jeremiah Award

1983-84

NCHA Coach of the Year

1984-85

NCAA III Coach of the Year

1985-86

NCHA Coach of the Year

1985-86

NCHA Coach of the Year

1990-91

AHCA John MacInnes Award

1994-95

R.H. Peters is carried off the ice by the Bemidji State team following his final game as head coach of the Beavers on March 3, 2001.

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Bemidji State Hockey Legendary Coach R.H. “Bob” Peters Memorable Moments in the Bob Peters Era

National Playoff Record

• April, 1966- R.H. “Bob” Peters becomes the fifth Beaver hockey head coach after a two-year stint as head coach for the University of North Dakota. • March 9, 1968- Bemidji State captures the school’s first national championship in any sport, winning the first-ever NAIA National Tournament with a 5-4 overtime victory over Lake Superior State. Over the next 12 seasons, the Beavers would capture six more NAIA national crowns. • March 10, 1968- The first Bemidji State All-Americans are named--Terry Bergstrom, Terry Burns, Barry Dillon, Bryan Grand and Jim McElmury. The Beavers would produce over 80 All-America selections through the years. • Winter, 1970- Jim McElmury, Charlie Brown and Bryan Grand help the U.S. National Team to the World B Championship while still remaining active members of the BSU roster. • Winter, 1972- Jim McElmury and Charlie Brown help carry the USA to the silver medal at the Olympics in Saporo, Japan. • March 3, 1973- Bemidji State wins its fifth NAIA national title with a 3-2 overtime win at Lakehead. • Feb. 25, 1979- BSU wins its sixth NAIA championship with a 5-1 win over Concordia-Moorhead. • March 2, 1980- Bemidji State wins its seventh NAIA national title with a 4-3 win over Michigan-Dearborn. • Nov. 8, 1983- Bemidji State begins 31-0 season march with a 9-1 win over Winnipeg. The Beavers would capture the school’s first NCAA Division II national title with an 8-1 win over Merrimack March 18. BSU would continue its win streak to an NCAA-record 43 straight games. • March 21, 1986- Bemidji State picks up a game-tying goal at 19:56 of the third period versus RIT, and moves on for the 5-4 overtime win en route to its first NCAA Division III national championship. The Beavers beat Plattsburgh State 8-5 to cap the tournament run, winning the school’s ninth title. • March 19, 1993- Bemidji State welcomes back the NCAA II National Championship series with a two-game sweep of Mercyhurst to win the school’s 10th national title. In addition to the 1993 national title, the Beavers would win NCAA Division II crowns in 1994, ‘95 and ‘97 to bring the total to 13 national titles in the program’s 42-year history. • May 26, 1998- Bemidji State announces that it will move the men’s hockey program to NCAA Division I status beginning with the 1998-99 season.

At North Dakota... Year 1965

W-L Finish 1-1 3rd

At Bemidji State... Year W-L Finish 1968 2-0 1st 1969 2-0 1st 1970 2-0 1st 1971 2-0* 1st 1973 4-0 1st 1974 1-1 2nd 1976 1-2 4th 1977 2-1 3rd 1978 2-1 2nd 1979 3-0 1st 1980 3-0 1st 1981 2-1 3rd 1982 2-1 2nd 1983 2-2 2nd 1984 4-0* 1st 1985 2-2 2nd 1986 3-1 1st 1987 2-2 4th 1988 2-2 3rd 1989 2-2 3rd 1993 2-0* 1st 1994 1-1 1st 1995 2-0 1st 1996 0-2 2nd 1997 2-0* 1st 1998 0-2 2nd TOTALS 53-24-0 (.688) *played at John S. Glas Fieldhouse 27 National Semifinal Appearances

Division NCAA I

Division NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NCAA II NCAA II NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA III NCAA II NCAA II NCAA II NCAA II NCAA II NCAA II

13-time National Champions NCAA Div. II 1984, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997 NCAA Div. III 1986 NAIA 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1979, 1980 Seven-Time National Runners-Up NCAA Div. II 1983, 1996, 1998 NCAA Div. III 1985 NAIA 1974, 1978, 1982

• Feb. 9, 2001- Peters leads Bemidji State to a 6-2 win over Niagara, his 700th victory as BSU’s head coach. Peters was the first college hockey coach to lead one school to 700 victories.

Bob Peters Coaching Milestones Win 1 100 200 300 400 500 600

Date Nov. 20, 1964 Dec. 14, 1969 Jan. 4, 1975 Feb. 11, 1979 Feb. 3, 1984 Jan. 30, 1988 Feb. 27, 1993

Result 13-1 10-2 8-1 9-1 5-3 4-3 OT 7-0

Opponent Brandon Wheat Kings Winnipeg St. Mary’s, Minn. Lakehead St. Cloud State UW-Superior UW-River Falls

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College Hockey Career Coaching Records By Victories name team(s) 1 Ron Mason Lake Superior, Bowling Green, Michigan St. 2 uR.H. “Bob” Peters North Dakota, Bemidji State 3 *Jack Parker Boston University 4 *Jerry York Clarkson, Bowling Green, Boston College 5 Len Ceglarski Clarkson, Boston College 6 *Rick Comley Lake Superior St., N. Michigan, Michigan St. 7 Jeff Sauer Colorado College, Wisconsin 8 *Red Berenson Michigan 9 John MacInnes Michigan Tech 10 Jack Riley Army Through 2006-07 season; research courtesy of the NCAA

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tenure 1966-2002 1964-2001 1973-p 1972-p 1958-’92 1973-p 1971-2002 1985-06 1957-82 1951-86

wins 924 740 739 738 689 688 655 585 555 542

By Winning Percentage name team(s) 1 *John Rolli Mass.-Dartmouth 2 Alfred Winsor, Jr. Harvard 3 Ned Harkness Resselaer, Cornell, Union (N.Y.) 4 *Bob Emery Plattsburg State 5 *Tim Coghlin St. Norbert 6 Bill Beaney New Engalnd College, Middlebury 7 uR.H. “Bob” Peters North Dakota, Bemidji State 8 Ron Mason Lake Superior, Bowling Green, Michigan St. 9 Larry Armstrong Minnesota 10 *Steve Freeman Wisconsin-River Falls

tenure 1985-06 1906-17, 1922 1950-63, 1976-77 1990-06 1994-06 1978-84, 1987-06 1964-2001 1966-2002 1936-47 1997-06

Pct. .782 .761 .740 .737 .737 .702 .700 .696 .688 .688

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BSU’s All-America Selections

NAIA All-America Dale Baldwin Mark Eagles Mike Gibbons John Hansen Brian Hartman Rod Heisler Jack Horner Joe Knudson Tony Montebello John Murphy Joel Otto Chuck Scanlon Jim Scanlan Source: NAIAsports.org

1980 1974-75-76 1979 1981 1982 1979 1977 1982 1981 1977-79 1982 1974 1981-82

AHCA Titan All-America

The American Hockey Coaches Association’s All-America team in the college division was founded for the 1969-70 season. The AHCA named an East Division and West Division All-America team from 196970 until 1985-86, named a First and Second Team for both the East and West in 1986-87, reverted to one team in 1987-88, then named a First and Second Team each year from 1988-89 forward. College Division First Team - West Bernie Adlys F Mike Alexander F Omer Belisle F Greg Biskup D Jude Boulianne D Drey Bradley D Pat Cullen D Dennis Gibbons D Scott Johnson D Todd Lescarbeau F Mark Liska G Chris Morque G Steve O’Shea G Joel Otto F Shawn Pomplun D Ian Resch F Jeff Sobb F Second Team - West Robin Cook Mike Donaghue Troy Edwards Jamie Erb Paul Ferry Gary Gustason James Karner Brad “O.J.” Kennett Terry Mattson Aaron Novak Dan Richards Tom Shinabarger

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55 Players... 81 All-America Awards... A Storied Chapter in BSU Hockey History Over the past four decades, as the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey program has assembled one of the finest hockey traditions in the nation, the Beavers have more than made their mark on various All-America teams. Since 1968, 54 Bemidji State skaters have earned a total of 81 All-America certificates at all levels of collegiate hockey, from NAIA to NCAA Division I.

1968 #4 Terry

1968 #9 Terry

1968 #12 Barry

1968-69-70 #10 Bryan

1968-69-70-71 #20 Jim

1969 #14 Austin

1970 #16 Glen

1970-71 #4 Charlie

1970-71 #1 Blane

1971 #15 Bruce

1971 #8 Denny

1973 #5 Gary

1973-74 #30 Chuck

1973-74-75-76 #17 Mark

1977-78 #30 Jack

1977, 1979 #11 John

1978-79 #16 Rod

1978-79 #5 Mike

1980 #24 Dale

1981 #5 Tony

1981 #18 John

1981-82 #1 Jim

1982 #12 Brian

1982 #22 Joe

1982-83-84 #24 Joel

1983-84 #21 Drey

1983-84-85 #1 Mark

1984 #27 Scott

1985 #5 Dennis

1985 #19 Eric

1985-86 #22 Mike

1986-87 #11 Greg

1987-88 #21 Ian

1987 #29 Todd

1988-89 #1 Steve

1989 #8 Dan

Bergstrom

Beckett

Scanlon

Baldwin

Burns

Brown

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Montebello

Dillon

Comstock

Horner

Hansen

Grand

Falk

Murphy

Scanlan

McElmury

Lemieux

Heisler

Hartman

Wallestad

Sargent

Gibbons

Knudson

3rd Team 2005

Otto

Alexander

Bradley

Biskup

Liska

Resch

Monsrud

Lescarbeau

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Gager

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1989 #25 Tom

1991 #21 Scott

1991 #3 Pat

1992 #4 Paul

1992 #33 O.J.

1993 #9 Gary

1993 #14 Jamie

1994 #29 Jim

1994 #15 Chris

1995 #19 Omer

1995 #33 Robin

1995 #18 Jude

1996 #6 Bernie

1996-97 #27 Troy

1997 #7 Shawn

1997 #10 Jeff

Shinabarger

Morque

Johnson

Belisle

Cullen

Ferry

Cook

Boulianne

1997-98 #7 Mike

Donaghue Remembering Galen Nagle

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1998 #9 Aaron

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Bemidji State University and the Galen Nagle Memorial Fund Committee have established a memorial scholarship fund in honor of the former Beaver hockey standout, designed to support the Bemidji State hockey program. Galen W. Nagle was a goaltender for the Beaver hockey team from 1980-’84, and served as a coach and teacher in the state of Minnesota for several years before losing his life to cancer Oct. 18, 1996 at the age of 34. “Galen exemplified Beaver hockey,” said former Bemidji State coach R.H. “Bob” Peters. “Hard work, dedication and loyalty were inherent to his character, and through his efforts, he became a vital part of our team.” Nagle and the 1984 Beaver hockey team made college hockey history with a perfect 31-0-0 season en route to the school’s first NCAA Division II National Championship. An All-Tournament selection from the 1984 Division II Championship, Nagle completed his Bemidji State hockey goaltending career with an 8-1 victory in the title game. Initially a walk-on at Bemidji State, Nagle’s determination and willingness to give forged a special bond with teammates and coaches. He never lost a game in goal for Bemidji State, posting a 22-0-0 career record with three shutouts. He allowed just 37 goals in his career, leaving Bemidji State as the program’s all-time leader in save percentage (.9308) and goals-against average (2.039) - career records which still stand today for players with at least 1,000 minutes in goal. “Galen considered it a privilege and an honor to be a part of the team, and conversely, we valued his contribution to the team,” Peters said. “He has had a lasting impact on the lives of the people he touched, and we will always remember him.” A 1984 graduate of Bemidji State, Nagle taught industrial arts at ScottsHighland Middle School in Apple Valley for several years and coached in hockey programs at Rosemount, Holy Angels Academy, Richfield, Bloomington, Wayzata and Thief River Falls. He also served as the chief goalie instructor for Coach Peters’ Bemidji International Hockey Camp at BSU. Nagle was born to Richard and Marlys June 18, 1962 in Baudette, Minn. He and his family moved to Bemidji in 1979, and he graduated from Bemidji High School in 1980. An annual golf tournament was inaugurated in his honor Aug. 7, 1998.

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Murray Joel Otto: 1984 Hobey Baker Award

A 1984 graduate of Bemidji State, Joel Otto spent four seasons making his mark in the Beavers hockey program under coach R.H. “Bob” Peters. The three-time AllAmerica selection helped the 1984 BSU squad make history en route to the school’s first NCAA Division II national championship and only the second perfect season in NCAA hockey history at 31-0-0. BSU set a college hockey record for most wins in an undefeated season and remain one of just five unbeaten, untied teams in the history of the sport. The perfect season helped BSU build a 42-game winning streak, another still-standing collegiate record. Otto captained BSU’s 1983-84 national champions, scoring 32-43=75 points and leading the team in assists, scoring and short-handed goals (4). Otto earned Division II All-America honors for his efforts. In addition, Otto was the 1984 recipient of college hockey’s most prestigious honor, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award (Division II). Otto departed Bemidji State in 1984 and went on to a lengthy career in the NHL. He played 14 seasons for the Calgary Flames (1984-’95) and Philadelphia Flyers (1995-’98), finishing his career with 195-313=508 points in 943 games played. Otto exemplified sportsmanship, perseverance and dedication. His playing style earned a host of accolades in the NHL, including nominations for the Frank J. Selke Trophy, awarded to the best defensive forward, and the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, awarded to the league’s top player representing dedication and sportsmanship. Drafted by Calgary in 1984, Otto’s game-winning goal in Game Seven of the 1989 Smythe Division Finals served as the impetus for the Flames’ Stanley Cup Championship run later that year. In 2005, Otto was named one of the 25 greatest players in the history of the Calgary franchise. Otto would later earn another memorable title. In1996, he helped drive Team USA to the World Cup of Hockey championship as an alternate captain. On Oct. 17, 2003, Otto became the first player in Bemidji State history to have his jersey number retired.

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A Aarnes, Rick Aase, Ronald Abood, Walter Adams, Mike uAdams, Ryan Adlys, Bernie Agard, Nate Alexander, Mike Allen, Matt Ambrose, Greg Ameluxen, Phil Anders, Dean Andersen, Eric Anderson, Dennis Anderson, Devv Anderson, Jon Anderson, Ken Anderson, Ric Anderson, Richard Anderson, Robin Andersson, Stefan Andrican, Tom Anoia, Carmine Arendt, Mike Arf, Dick Arf, Jeff Arthur, Rob

C Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 67-68 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cedar Falls, Iowa 47-50 W 28 33 7 40 2 0 0 2 0 Thief River Falls, Minn. 66-67 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hirsch, Sask. 67-68 D 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Hibbing, Minn. 08-P D Deloraine, Manitoba 92-96 C 125 49 80 129 225 14 5 6 0 Waterloo, Ontario 96-97 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stillwater, Minn. 82-86 C 136 98 154 252 160 35 11 13 0 Apple Valley, Minn. 05-07 F 45 4 8 12 48 2 0 1 1 New Westminster, B.C. 95-99 D 125 17 73 90 204 6 0 1 1 Edmonton, Alberta 59-60 D 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. 70-72 D 12 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 96-98 D 61 6 20 26 160 2 0 0 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 60-61 W 9 3 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 77-79 RW 51 10 7 17 6 2 2 3 0 Seattle, Wash. 74-75 F 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Bloomington, Minn. 66-70 W 92 45 49 94 195 7 1 2 0 Estevan, Sask. 66-68 C 41 27 22 49 4 3 0 2 0 Roseau, Minn. 47-49 RW 18 18 13 31 2 0 0 0 0 Eagan, Minn. 79-83 W 83 19 39 58 46 6 0 3 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 00-01 D 28 0 4 4 10 0 0 0 0 Savedalen, Sweden 83-85 D 51 5 15 20 14 3 0 2 0 Hibbing, Minn. 98-99 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Montreal, PQ 91-92 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rochester, Minn. 64-66 W 25 12 11 23 6 0 2 1 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 75-79 W 122 47 66 113 42 8 3 7 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 66-67 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Espanola, Ontario

B Bachmeier, Ryan Back Backman, Jerry Badiuk, Pat Bakeberg, Greg Baker, Arne Baker, Tony Baldwin, Dale Balsimo, Jesse Bari, Marcos Barnes, Travis Barnum, O. Bat, Daryl Bates, Brian Baumgartner, Jeff Becker, Joe Beckett, Glen Belisle, Omer uBelisle, Ted Bellmore, Paul Bender, Matt Bennett, Austin Benson, Earl Bergstrom, Terry Bergstrom, Tim Berryman, Brett Bertrand, Roger Bestul, Bob Bethel, Steve uBillberg, Emil Bina, Jerod Birkley, Dale Birrenkott, John Biskup, Greg Bissell, John Bjork, Stefan Bjornson, Kris Block, Steve Blue, Charlie Bluhm, Jake Bock, Garry Bodnar, Chris Boeke, Dan Bolles, Travis Bombay, Harry Borden, Jim uBostock, Cody Bouchard, Ron Boulianne Sr., Jude Boulianne Jr., Jude Bovay, Wayne Bovitz, Brent Bozak, Ryan Bradley, Drey Brandt, Jack Broten, Mike Brown, Charlie Brown, Dave Brown, David Brtko, Ron Budge, Rich Buhn Burhans, Ledyard Burns, Terry Burstad, Gary Burton, Hal Bydlon, Jim Byfuglien, Matt Bynski, Michael

Career P 00-01 D 49-50 D 63-65 W 69-73 C 65-67 W 91-92 D 86-87 D 76-80 RW 00-04 D 87-88 C 00-04 F 47-48 F 99-01 W 68-69 F 75-77 D 64-65 D 69-72 LW 91-95 C 97-01 F 90-91 D 90-91 D 69-72 D 61-62 W 65-69 D 64-65 C 85-88 D 70-72 D 85-87 W 91-92 W 07-P F 95-99 W 98-00 D 70-74 D 84-88 D 67-68 D 99-00 D 91-95 D 76-77 W 46-47 F 04-08 F 69-72 RW 98-99 W 72-76 LW 96-97 W 67-68 D 70-74 D 05-P F 78-79 D 68-71 D 91-95 W-D 59-61 F 86-87 C 66-67 W 80-84 D 60-63 D 71-72 LW 68-71 D 62-65 D 85-86 D 66-67 D 62-66 W 46-47 F 46-48 C 66-69 RW 74-77 D 75-79 D 76-78 LW 90-91 D 97-98 D

GP 10 1 14 84 14 0 0 119 113 0 87 4 53 1 55 12 55 123 90 4 0 15 11 80 12 13 28 2 0 15 121 52 93 110 0 34 117 0 1 115 72 25 102 0 0 83 103 7 80 119 7 2 0 113 34 4 62 36 0 0 48 1 9 62 49 122 36 0 0

G 2 0 2 38 1 0 0 93 0 0 10 0 16 0 10 4 54 49 10 0 0 1 4 8 4 1 0 0 0 2 33 3 11 29 0 15 19 0 0 15 46 3 42 0 0 12 12 0 19 39 3 0 0 26 3 0 20 3 0 0 50 0 0 58 3 10 1 0 0

A PTS PIM 0 2 10 0 0 0 4 6 0 40 78 54 3 4 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 163 182 9 9 128 0 0 0 11 21 36 0 0 0 21 37 52 0 0 0 17 27 40 3 7 21 34 88 29 82 131 176 12 22 54 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 4 3 7 0 17 25 86 3 7 4 2 3 18 2 2 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 46 79 138 11 14 72 53 64 64 77 106 42 0 0 0 18 33 47 56 75 69 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 38 123 55 101 97 4 7 2 61 103 180 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 50 67 26 38 141 0 0 0 56 75 36 76 115 108 3 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 71 97 160 6 9 16 0 0 0 47 67 102 7 10 73 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 69 32 0 0 0 2 2 4 42 100 24 15 18 137 55 65 36 5 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

Cameron, Paul Campbell, Ross Camrud, Neil Carey, Jim Carleton, Brian Carlson, Dave Carpentier, Rob Carr, Burton Carr, Gene Carter, Tony Casey, Bob Catapano, Andrew Chaput, Vic Chartrand, Calvin Chiodo, Glen Chiodo, Wade Christensen, Buzz Christy, Matt Chupka, Cory Classman, Frank Clay, Sheldon Clendenning, Scott Clemons, George Cochrane, George Coleman, Bill Collins, Al Collins, Brad Comstock, Derrick Cook, Brendan Cordray, Jeff Hometown Coseo, Dennis Calgary, Alberta uCramer, Ryan Cranston, Matt Babbitt, Minn. Cullen, Pat Fort Frances, Ontario Curley, Steve Hopkins, Minn. Currie, Kelly Woodbury, Minn. Currie, Scott Bemidji, Minn. Oxbow, Sask. D St. Paul, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Medicine Hat, Alberta Dade, Kurt Dahl, Doug Stevens, Minn. Dahl, Todd Orillio, Ontario Dahlen, Keith Dryden, Ontario Danners, Jim Bemidji, Minn. Deamon, Dan Minneapolis, Minn. Winnipeg, Manitoba Delaney, Kevin Thunder Bay, Ontario Deleone, Chris DeMarchi, Pat Nipigon, Ontario DeMars, Donnie Grand Forks, N.D. Demchuck, Garry Anoka, Minn. Dempster, Bill Port Edward, BC DeMuth, Ray Virginia, Minn. Deterding, David Bloomington, Minn. Devescovi, Kevin Bloomington, Minn. Dewhurst, Gerald Great Falls, Mont. White Bear Lake, Minn. Dick, Mike Dickson, Bob Bagley, Minn. Dickson, Scot Fridley, Minn. Stockholm, Sweden Dillon, Barry Donahue, Mike Grand Forks, N.D. Donahue, Tim Edmonton, Alberta Donaldson, Todd Anoka, Minn. Dow, Larry Roseau, Minn. Drewes, Jerry Stockholm, Sweden Driedger, Ryan Drzystek, John Calgary, Alberta Dumke, Jim Austin, Minn. Dunbar, Lyle Canada Dupuis, Phil Red Wing, Minn. Port McNeil, BC Thunder Bay, Ontario E Owatonna, Minn. Columbia Hts, Minn. Eagles, Mark Earles, Fred Ft. Frances, Ontario Echternach, Jerod St. Paul, Minn. Echternach, Tyler Salmon Arm, B.C. Edwards, Troy Apple Valley, Minn. Willow Bunch, Sask. Elchyson, Barry Elder, Scott St. Anne, Manitoba Emkovik, John Belleville, Ontario Engle, Wally Eden Prairie, Minn. Winnipeg, Manitoba Erb, Jamie Erickson, Dave Hastings, Minn. Erickson, Dick Regina, Sask. Erickson, Luke Erickson, Thomas Minneapolis, Minn. Espeseth, Charles St. Paul, Minn.

PP SH GW GT 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 13 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 14 1 6 0 17 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 5 1 3 0 6 1 6 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 8 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 7 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 9 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fort William, Ontario F 3 0 6 0 E. Grand Forks, Minn. Fahlstedt, Ric 0 0 0 0 Fairchild, Mike 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 9 0 5 1 Swift Current, Sask. Falk, Bruce 0 0 1 0 Thief River Falls, Minn. Fatticci, Rico Fehrman, Gary 2 1 1 0 Maple Creek, Sask. Ferroni, Dave 0 0 0 0 Minneapolis, Minn. Ferry, Paul 0 0 0 0 Roseau, Minn. Fertig, Sheldon 0 0 0 0 Kenora, Ontario

Career P 85-86 F 85-87 D 66-67 W 78-79 D 76-80 C 74-75 RW 83-85 W 66-67 W 65-66 W 86-90 W 67-68 F 76-77 D 61-64 C 96-00 W 71-75 W 01-04 F 73-74 D 95-97 D 91-94 F 81-83 W 59-60 D 87-90 F 61-63 62-65 D 88-92 W 64-65 D 96-98 D 90-92 W 01-05 F 88-91 D 63-64 W 07-P F 79-81 W 88-91 D 71-75 D 91-94 F 75-79 LW

GP 0 1 0 2 114 0 18 0 13 104 0 0 33 130 88 70 10 28 3 1 4 50 0 26 114 5 1 4 136 11 12 31 2 73 104 0 122

G 0 0 0 0 42 0 3 0 3 36 0 0 26 46 38 13 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 21 0 0 0 55 0 3 4 0 24 11 0 77

A PTS PIM 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 153 76 0 0 0 3 6 9 0 0 0 0 3 4 55 91 94 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 41 6 72 118 146 59 97 10 24 37 40 8 12 12 1 1 4 2 2 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 8 64 0 0 4 4 12 25 46 184 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 47 102 52 3 3 0 3 6 2 3 7 18 0 0 0 49 73 42 46 57 102 0 0 0 88 165 107

PP SH GW GT Hometown 0 0 0 0 Inver Grove Hts, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Alexandria, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Rochester, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Detroit Lakes, Minn. 8 0 5 0 Estevan, Sask. 0 0 0 0 St. Louis Park, Minn. 1 0 1 0 Hermantown, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Bloomington, Minn. 0 0 0 0 6 1 3 0 Bothell, Wash. 0 0 0 0 Coleraine, Minn. 0 0 0 0 North Bellmore, N.Y. 0 0 2 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 12 5 9 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 7 4 3 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 6 0 1 1 Thief River Falls, Minn. 3 0 1 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Grand Rapids, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Thompson, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Baudette, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Fort Frances, Ontario 0 0 0 0 West St. Paul, Minn 0 0 0 0 Poplar Pt., Manitoba 1 2 2 0 Forest Lake, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Regina, Sask. 0 0 0 0 Thunder Bay, Ontario 0 0 0 0 Warroad, Minn. 22 9 11 0 Reston, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 Burnsville, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Canton, N.Y. 0 0 1 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Fergus Falls, Minn. 11 0 2 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 3 1 2 0 Roseville, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Wawota, Sask. 18 4 10 0 High River, Alberta

Career P 79-83 W 59-61 W 83-84 F 83-85 F 66-68 D 79-82 C 78-79 LW 90-94 F 70-72 C 01-03 F 71-72 W 76-77 LW 63-64 W 04-08 D 86-90 W 60-61 D 96-97 F 66-67 F 98-01 W 66-70 C 94-98 D 90-91 W 83-87 D 67-68 F 61-62 W 93-94 F 67-69 F 72-73 D 70-73 W 66-68 LW

GP 112 14 1 31 25 65 11 94 49 23 0 0 6 138 97 4 10 8 84 93 127 0 120 0 12 27 4 0 59 38

G 57 7 0 4 1 4 1 11 21 1 0 0 0 1 11 0 2 0 28 41 26 0 15 0 8 4 0 0 15 3

A PTS PIM 68 125 88 1 8 0 1 1 0 3 7 4 2 3 15 15 19 24 1 2 2 20 31 175 28 49 66 1 2 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 14 209 21 32 56 0 0 0 5 7 4 0 0 0 26 54 55 73 114 37 54 80 95 0 0 0 51 66 106 0 0 0 3 11 0 4 8 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 36 16 5 8 2

PP SH GW GT Hometown 16 2 7 0 Wayne, N.J. 0 0 0 0 Estevan, Sask. 0 0 0 0 Brainerd, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Bloomington, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 Golden Valley, Minn. 0 0 0 0 White Bear Lake, Minn. 1 1 2 0 Lynwood, Wash. 6 1 4 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Warroad, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Gilbert Plains, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 Chelmsford, Mass. 0 0 0 0 West St. Paul, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Alexandria, Minn. 1 1 1 0 Eveleth, Minn. 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 Altona, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 5 4 4 0 North Vancouver, BC 10 2 5 0 Wainwright, Alberta 3 3 5 0 Bemidji, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 11 0 1 0 Littleton, Colo. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grand Rapids, Minn. 1 0 0 0 Carman, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 Lemerick, Sask. 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Oxbow, Sask. 0 0 0 0 Beinfait, Sask.

Career P 72-76 C 66-67 W 91-92 W 91-92 F 93-97 D 67-70 D 93-94 D 47-49 D 79-81 W 89-93 W 82-83 D 67-68 D 03-07 F 93-96 F 46-48 LW

GP 116 0 8 6 122 59 9 14 14 108 3 21 125 0 8

G 100 0 3 1 12 10 0 3 4 86 1 2 52 0 0

A PTS PIM 125 225 80 0 0 0 0 3 6 2 3 2 69 81 217 15 25 14 0 0 2 1 4 0 4 8 14 94 180 71 0 1 0 4 6 16 69 121 125 0 0 0 0 0 0

PP SH GW GT Hometown 23 5 13 0 Roseville, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Mountain View, Alaska 1 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 1 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 5 0 2 0 Broadview, Sask. 1 0 1 0 Bienfait, Sask. 0 0 0 0 Holland, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 Inver Grove Hts, Minn. 0 0 1 0 St. Paul, Minn. 34 2 12 1 Oak Bluff, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 Crystal, Minn. 0 0 1 0 Richfield, Minn. 23 1 6 0 Roseau, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Princeton, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Erskine, Minn.

Career 75-76 77-81 67-71 99-01 63-64 67-68 88-92 48-50

P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Littleton, Colo. W 113 44 64 108 87 12 0 6 0 Bemidji, Minn. F 101 56 64 120 12 7 4 4 0 Salol, Minn. D 51 6 15 21 62 3 1 0 0 Hibbing, Minn. W 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Eveleth, Minn. D 120 24 79 103 172 9 0 4 0 Seattle, Wash. C 19 9 13 22 4 0 0 1 0 Lake Bronson, Minn.

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Finks, Jim uFindlay, Darcy Fitzgerald, Bob Fleck, Randy Foss, Darryl Foster, Damon Fournier, Alain Fox, Tom uFrancis, Matt French, Mike Frillici, Vince Frizzell, Irwin Froehlich, Wade Fuhr, John Fuller, Don Fulton, Eric

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Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 73-75 D 45 4 8 12 6 0 0 0 0 08-P F 80-84 W 96 39 26 65 71 10 0 5 1 71-72 LW 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 70-71 RW 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91-94 D 69 10 25 35 55 4 0 1 0 78-81 LW 68 32 28 60 78 7 2 4 0 74-75 RW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06-P F 34 5 10 15 22 0 0 2 0 75-76 RW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60-61 F 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 79-80 D 31 5 11 16 22 2 0 1 0 78-82 C 121 23 89 112 118 5 1 2 0 86-87 W 10 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 64-66 W 17 2 2 4 4 0 0 0 0 93-95 W 63 32 34 66 127 10 1 5 0

G Gabardi, Derek Gager, Eric Ganyo, George Garritan, Lou Gartner, Garth Geatz, Dave Gendreau, Brett Gerber, Tim Gervais, Jean-Guy Gibbons, Dennis Gibbons, Mike Gibbs, Richard Gilbertson, Jade Giles, Laurie Glaesman, Bob Goulet, Marty Grams, Steve Grand, Bryan Grand, Wendell Grannum, L. Graves, Steve Gregory, Del Gunn, Aaron Gustafson, Jared Gustafson, Kim Gustason, Gary Guyer, Tim

Career P 96-97 F 81-85 F 66-68 W 02-06 F 98-99 W 81-85 D 83-84 F 66-68 W 02-06 F 82-85 D 75-79 D 93-96 W 84-87 F 67-68 W 61-65 D-W 99-03 F 89-90 C 67-70 C 66-68 F 46-47 D 82-83 F 81-85 F 94-98 F 97-98 D 75-76 C 89-93 D 84-88 C

GP 0 131 34 66 26 108 1 24 140 99 106 57 13 21 34 134 0 59 18 2 2 38 98 32 0 115 101

G 0 74 12 8 5 8 0 4 33 16 27 6 0 14 11 47 0 42 9 0 0 2 24 4 0 28 24

A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67 141 72 20 4 11 0 7 19 4 1 1 1 0 6 14 26 0 3 2 0 4 9 43 0 0 0 0 36 44 116 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 6 0 0 0 0 30 63 220 5 0 7 0 46 62 58 6 0 1 1 69 96 191 8 0 6 0 13 19 20 1 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 13 27 2 2 0 0 0 16 27 24 0 0 2 0 53 100 184 20 2 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 112 154 33 5 5 5 0 6 15 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 18 0 0 0 0 25 49 63 0 0 3 0 7 11 14 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66 94 110 6 0 2 0 31 55 33 2 3 4 0

H Haider, John Hallgren, Mark Hamilton, Todd Hampson, Russ Hanowski, Jared Hansen, John Hanson, Al Hanson, Jay Hanson, Lee Hanson, Mark uHardwick, Kyle Harrison, Blaine Hartman, Brian Harvey, Dexter Harvey, Harry Harvey, Joe Hasbargen, Darrell Hause, John Headman Heaviland, Tom Hede, George Heimer, Manuel Heisler, Rod Hernesman, David Hills, Scott Hinchman, Dick Hjelle, Arlan Hodgins, Chris Hoffard, Mark Hoglund, Dan Hokanson, Gary Holman, Shane Holmstrom, Neal Holte, Jim Hopkins, John Horn, Billy Howarth, Todd Howe, Bill Howe, Bruce Howells, Rob Hudak, Gregg Huddy, Ryan Huerd, Vince Huewe, Neil Huff, Steve Hugeback, Mark Humphrey, Jim uHunt, Bradley Hunt, Marco Hurlburt, Terrance

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Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 01-05 D 143 19 37 56 153 9 0 1 1 76-77 LW 8 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 87-90 W 39 2 4 6 26 0 0 1 0 83-85 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00-04 F 136 13 33 46 74 3 1 0 2 79-81 C 56 38 38 76 97 7 0 4 0 67-68 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 98-00 D/LW 11 1 1 2 24 0 0 1 0 79-81 W 54 11 9 20 13 4 0 0 0 93-97 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 06-P D 22 1 2 3 14 0 0 0 0 86-90 F 100 14 28 42 178 2 1 2 0 80-82 C 56 37 44 81 72 8 1 2 1 61-62 W 12 5 3 8 0 0 0 1 0 49-50 F 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 74-75 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91-92 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 90-94 D 69 7 31 38 103 1 0 0 0 46-47 F 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75-79 W 92 18 15 33 49 1 0 2 0 82-83 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94-96 D 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75-79 RW 121 100 90 190 70 26 4 15 0 87-90 W 55 11 13 24 30 0 0 1 0 80-81 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 64-65 C 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 61-62 W 12 2 6 8 0 0 0 0 0 01-02 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46-47 D 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 73-74 D 12 0 4 4 16 0 0 0 0 68-69 W 25 15 23 38 44 0 1 2 0 02-07 D 100 15 17 32 93 2 1 4 0 78-82 D 117 11 26 37 80 3 1 2 0 75-76 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62-65 W 34 14 25 39 6 1 0 3 0 48-50 W 10 12 10 22 2 0 0 1 0 90-91 W 7 3 3 6 2 1 0 1 0 48-50 D 13 3 6 9 4 0 0 0 0 71-72 LW 11 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 72-76 C 50 0 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 81-82 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02-06 F 139 28 62 90 38 7 0 5 0 96-98 F 56 20 21 41 56 0 0 2 0 97-98 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 90-92 D 14 1 2 3 6 0 0 0 0 8-91 W 90 34 39 73 90 5 0 8 0 67-71 W 89 35 62 97 57 6 2 4 1 08-P D 84-88 C 71 12 13 25 44 3 0 3 0 66-67 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

James, Ryan Jarvis, Blaine Jellison, Wendal Jensen, Brent Jensen, Jon Jenson, Jim Jerome, Dave Jobling, Jim Joffe, Aaron Johnson, Bill Johnson, Bob Grand Rapids, Minn. Johnson, Brad Johnson, Chad Marquis, Sask. Johnson, Ed Irondale, Minn. Johnson, Eric Bloomington, Minn. Johnson, Errol Olds, Alberta Johnson, Kelly Johnson, Ken Johnson, Robert M. Hometown Johnson, Scott Hibbing, Minn. Johnson, Travis Bovey, Minn. Johnston, Patrick Warroad, Minn. Johnstone, Leonard Pittsburgh, Pa. Jonsson, Peter Vernon, BC Thief River Falls, Minn. Joyce, Steve Jungwirth, Dave Bismarck, N.D. uJundt, Tyler St. Paul, Minn. Winnipeg, Manitoba Justice, Chris White Bear Lake, Minn. White Bear Lake, Minn. K Saskatoon, Sask. Kalbrener, Ryan Grand Forks, N.D. Kalbrener, Shane Winnipeg, Manitoba Kaplan, Tom St. Paul, Minn. Karner, Jim Banff, Alberta Kathenbeutel, Tom Hoyt Lakes, Minn. Kauppinen, Aki Roseau, Minn. Keinänen, Juha Roseau, Minn. Kelly, Jason Fosston, Minn. Kelly, Mike Ames, Iowa Kelly, Neil St. Paul, Minn. Thunder Bay, Ontario Kelly, Tim Kenashuk, Mike Salol, Minn. Kennett, O.J. Minneapolis, Minn. Kimball, Dan Taconite, Minn. Kimball, Joe Taconite, Minn. Kincaid, David uKinne, Ben Kinney, Pat Hometown Klein, Tom Forest Lake, Minn. Kleisinger, Len North St. Paul, Minn. Fort Frances, Ontario Klingfus, Josh Knott, Kurt Brainerd, Minn. Regina, Saskatchewan Knott, Todd North St. Paul, Minn. Knox, Matt Knudson, Joe St. Paul, Minn. Koen, Bayne Sartell, Minn. Koenen, Chad Bemidji, Minn. Kofstad, Lee Taber, Alberta Kostiuk, Rob Warroad, Minn. Krawchuck, Gary Dauphin, Manitoba Kristo, Mark Sioux City, Iowa Winnipeg, Manitoba Krohn, Nathan Kuharski, Myles Grand Rapids, Minn. Kvarnlov, Dave Richfield, Minn. Kvarnlov, Lyle Birchdale, Minn. Kverno, Dale St. Paul, Minn. Kyle, Kevin Hometown Edina, Minn. Bristol, Quebec Thief River Falls, Minn. Steelman, Sask. Roseau, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Ferland, Sask. Wayzata, Minn. Surrey, B.C. White Bear Lake, Minn.

Marquette, Mich. Bemidji, Minn. Silver Bay, Minn. Moose Jaw, Sask. Grand Rapids, Minn. Grafton, N.D. Indianapolis, Indiana Thief River Falls, Minn. Kitchener, Ontario McIntosh, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Hibbing, Minn. Roseville, Minn. Baudette, Minn. Edmonton, Alberta Hibbing, Minn. Thunder Bay, Ontario Bemidji, Minn.

Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 97-98 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04-08 F 130 33 32 65 91 11 2 6 0 81-85 F 134 86 99 185 157 19 3 14 0 71-72 LW 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75-76 C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 90-91 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 80-84 D 102 7 55 62 20 4 0 0 0 67-68 RW 2 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 88-90 C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75-76 C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66-68 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 99-01 F 46 11 14 25 39 4 0 4 0 84-85 F 16 1 5 6 10 0 0 0 0 46-50 D 20 5 3 8 10 0 0 2 0 86-87 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59-60 D 4 5 2 7 0 0 0 1 0 96-97 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46-47 RW 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 64-66 D-C 25 8 6 14 34 0 1 1 0 87-91 F 132 96 95 191 94 42 5 12 2 97-00 D 78 9 25 34 195 3 0 0 0 83-84 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62-63 W 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02-05 D 109 7 46 53 70 5 0 2 0 79-80 LW 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 83-88 W 105 10 20 30 86 1 0 1 0 08-P D 93-96 W 29 1 6 7 18 0 0 0 0

Hometown Warroad, Minn. Gladstone, Manitoba Eston, Sask. St. Paul, Minn. Thief River Falls, Minn. Marble, Minn. E. Grand Forks, Minn. Thief River Falls, Minn. Skokie, IL Great Falls, Mont. Rochester, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Int’l Falls, Minn. Mounds View, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Biwabik, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Hallock, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Thunder Bay, Ontario Baxter, Minn. Winnipeg, Manitoba Astorp, Sweden

Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 99-00 C 12 1 3 4 12 0 0 0 0 97-01 C 101 36 60 96 90 7 4 3 0 76-77 RW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 90-94 W 98 37 51 88 94 5 6 6 0 81-82 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00-01 D 25 0 1 1 12 0 0 0 0 05-06 D 17 1 2 3 8 0 0 0 0 97-98 D 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 87-90 C 18 2 1 3 10 0 0 1 0 70-71 LW 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 74-75 C 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77-78 C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 89-92 W 80 50 90 140 108 19 2 10 0 83-87 W 133 15 24 39 102 3 0 2 0 87-88 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59-60 F 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 08-P F 75-79 D 122 17 64 81 64 5 0 4 1 89-91 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67-68 G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94-98 W 126 47 56 103 172 3 0 4 0 00-02 F 40 4 7 11 29 0 0 0 0 98-01 F 72 14 9 23 38 0 4 1 0 87-89 C 33 5 8 13 20 0 0 0 0 78-82 D 123 25 42 67 66 7 0 2 0 92-93 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 92-94 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 93-95 D 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 81-85 W 123 50 38 88 90 14 1 12 0 76-80 D-LW 120 16 39 55 68 1 0 2 1 72-76 C 107 65 57 122 81 25 0 9 0 96-97 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02-05 F 104 23 29 52 88 4 0 4 0 72-75 W 48 8 15 23 16 1 1 0 0 71-75 C 69 23 51 74 48 2 1 2 0 47-50 D 10 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 90-92 D 47 4 14 18 48 1 0 1 0

Hometown Grafton, N.D. Grafton, N.D. Owatonna, Minn. Grand Forks, N.D. Rochester, Minn. Espoo, Finland Tampere, Finland Nester Falls, Ontario Bloomington, Minn. Calgary, Alberta Rochester, Minn. Morden, Manitoba Fort Frances, Ontario Rochester, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Int’l Falls, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. North St. Paul, Minn. Coon Rapids, Minn. Regina, Saskatchewan Rochester, Minn. Red Lake Falls, Minn. Red Lake Falls, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Warroad, Minn.

White Bear Lake, Minn. WIlliston, N.D. Edina, Minn.

Palmer, Alaska Warroad, Minn. Benito, Manitoba Elk Point, Alberta Owatonna, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Neepawa, Manitoba Warroad, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Roseau, Minn. St. Louis, Mo.

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Lafleur, Marc Lafond, Paul Langen, Tom Larkin, Dan Larson, Mark uLehrke, Tyler Lehtenin, Tom Leipert, Bevin Leitch Lemieux, Denny Leonard, Tom Lescarbeau, Mark Lescarbeau, Tim Lescarbeau, Todd Lester, Bill Letourneau, Steve Levasseur, Jim Levasseur, Larry Mound, Minn. Golden Valley, Minn. Leverty, Denny Lewis, Brad Edmonton, Alberta Lillegard, Jim Warroad, Minn. Lillesvie, Harry Bemidji, Minn. Lindell, Ben Minnetonka, Minn. Lindholm, Miikka Rochester, Minn. Lofman, Heikki St. Paul, Minn. Ridge Meadows, B.C. Logan, Jim Lorch, Daniel Woodbury, Minn. Love, Dave Redville, Sask.

Career P GP 95-99 C 109 59-62 C 26 62-66 W 25 71-72 D 22 90-92 W 4 06-P F 55 61-62 D 5 68-69 D 5 49-50 D 1 68-72 C 91 65-66 D 13 81-85 C 125 82-86 W 101 83-87 W 110 74-77 W 88 72-76 W 113 60-61 D 6 64-65 F 8 70-72 C-LW 35 67-68 F 2 46-47 LW 4 46-49 F 4 01-03 D 34 00-01 RW 30 00-01 C 46 94-98 F 122 91-92 C 0 84-85 D 0

G 37 29 12 1 0 7 0 0 0 59 2 43 75 66 18 42 0 4 5 0 0 0 0 6 6 43 0 0

A PTS PIM 64 101 98 18 47 0 12 24 10 10 11 16 1 1 2 10 17 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 70 129 112 3 5 28 64 107 142 58 133 96 99 165 64 31 49 74 56 98 16 0 0 0 4 8 0 3 8 12 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 20 3 9 6 15 21 26 61 104 226 0 0 0 0 0 0

PP SH GW GT Hometown 10 4 2 0 Hearst, Ontario 0 0 3 0 Rainy River, Ontario 1 0 2 0 St. Louis Park, Minn. 1 0 0 0 Mahtomedi, Minn. 0 0 0 0 St. Cloud, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Park Rapids, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Moose Jaw, Sask. 0 0 0 0 9 7 11 0 Alida, Sask. 0 0 0 0 Rochester, Minn. 11 1 4 0 Hopkins, Minn. 19 1 11 0 Hopkins, Minn. 15 1 11 1 Hopkins, Minn. 3 0 3 0 Anoka, Minn. 10 1 6 0 Rochester, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Virginia, Minn. 0 1 0 0 Baudette, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Anoka, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 0 0 0 0 McIntosh, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rosemount, Minn. 2 0 0 1 Kerava, Finland 4 0 0 1 Kerava, Finland 8 2 5 0 Nipigon, Ontario 0 0 0 0 Hoyt Lakes, Minn. 0 0 0 0

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uLowe, Ian Lundeen, Steve Lyons, Dave

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Career 07-P 83-86 92-93

O Oldcorn, Malcolm Oliver, Mike Olson, Buzz Olson, Daryl Olsson, Anders O’Neil, Jerry P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown Ophus, Roger D 11 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 Fort Frances, Ontario Opozda, Jim W 122 42 64 106 148 3 3 6 0 E. Grand Forks, Minn. Opsahl, Wayne D 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 White Bear Lake, Minn. Osborn, Cale F London, Ontario Osborne, Don W 10 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hibbing, Minn. Oster, Jim D 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. Otto, Joel F 80 8 24 32 62 2 0 1 2 Riverside, Calif. Owens, Jack D 101 11 29 40 67 2 1 2 0 Friendswood, Texas W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fort Frances, Ontario P D 81 3 22 25 72 0 0 0 0 Antler, Sask. D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Warroad, Minn. Pace, Chris F 106 47 51 98 62 6 3 8 0 San Mateo, Calif. Parenteau, Bill F 103 30 42 72 125 7 1 3 0 Regina, Sask. Parizino, Phil W 123 67 83 150 283 26 2 9 1 Regina, Sask. Patnaude, Robert W 21 2 3 5 4 0 0 0 0 Regina, Sask. Pauletti, Mike W 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pederson, Tyler W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. Peiper, Korre D 93 25 81 106 121 11 0 1 0 Minneapolis, Minn. Pelawa, Joe D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Arden Hills, Minn. Pelkey, Jerry C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Elva, Manitoba Pelletier, Dan D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Watertown, Conn. Pelowski, Brian W 51 6 23 29 19 1 0 1 0 Lino Lakes, Minn. uPeluso, Chris D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lino Lakes, Minn. Perpich, Mike D 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Roseau, Minn. Perrault, Grant F 4 3 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 Roseau, Minn. D 89 34 44 78 109 7 2 3 0 Cottage Grove, Minn. Peterson, Mike Petterson, Bob F 136 34 51 85 62 11 0 4 1 Carman, Manitoba Pfau, Pat F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gilbert, Ariz. Phaneuf, Scott F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Phenow, Mark D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Great Falls, Mont. Phrakonkham, Says F 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ottawa, Ontario D 8 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba Pomplun, Shawn Pope, Matt W 125 44 59 103 173 14 0 7 0 Powerview, Manitoba Potapinski, Dean C 5 4 4 8 0 0 0 0 0 Beinfait, Sask. Power, John C 8 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Thief River Falls, Minn. F 46 7 1 8 28 0 1 0 1 New Brighton, Minn. Prenevost, Lex Preston, Scott W 28 7 15 22 8 0 0 2 0 Warroad, Minn. Prodahl, Mike D 22 4 7 11 14 0 0 0 0 Calgary, Alberta Pyle, Dan F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P F D D

Career uMacIntyre, Dan 07-P Mack, Jason 90-94 Mackenhausen, Steve 87-89 uMacQueen, Jamie 08-P Madsen, Bill 60-61 March, Clyde 63-64 uMarino, Brandon 05-P Martens, Andrew 02-06 Martin, Bob 88-89 Martine, Claude 88-91 Marvin, Charles 66-67 Masterson, Mark 78-82 Matatall, Bruce 95-99 Matatall, Craig 92-96 Mather, Gary 63-65 Matson 49-50 Mattson, Don 66-67 Mattson, Terry 85-88 Mauricio, Scott 97-98 McCannell, Daryl 71-72 McCleary, Tom 75-77 McClellan, Aaron 94-98 McClellan, Jeff 88-89 McDonald, Bill 59-60 McDonald, Jim 59-60 McElmury, Jim 67-71 McGill, Jeff 99-03 McGovack, John 72-73 McGraw, Mike 67-68 McIntosh, Mike 95-96 McIntyre, Brendan 04-06 McIvor, Merv 63-64 McKechney, Craig 91-95 McKechney, Ron 59-61 McKechnie, Bill 48-49 uMcKelvie, Chris 06-P McKinnon, Tim 74-75 McLachlan, Jim 67-69 McLeod, Murray 67-68 uMcManamin, Graham 06-P D McNellis, Pete 82-83 W Meiers, Nick 97-99 W Melhus, Duff 72-78 C Melville, Ed 93-97 F Methven, Bill 00-04 F Methven, Bryce 00-04 D Michels, Travis 89-90 D Michie, Del 84-86 D Miller, Brian 63-64 W Miller, Gary 61-62 D Miller, Ryan 03-07 F Miller, Wayne 62-63 D Milless, Mike 78-81 RW Millington, Dave 71-74 W Modahl, Jesse 00-01 F Moggach, Joey 06-08 F Molloy, Tom 68-70 F Molstad, Jud 94-95 F Money, David 76-77 RW Monkman, Stacy 87-89 D Monsrud, Eric 91-96 W Monsrud, Scott 80-84 W Montebello, Tony 77-81 D Morque, Chris 90-94 D Mueller, Dave 74-78 D Mulally, Brian 72-75 F Munn, Doug 81-82 W Murphy, John 75-79 C Murphy, Tom 90-94 C Murray, Andrew 01-05 F

N Nagle, Arlen Nathe, Chris Nathe, Joe Nelson, Chris Nelson, Dave Neuman, John Newton, Brent Nichols, Kelly Nodsle, Mark Nokelby, Marc Nordaune, Jeff Norland, Scott Northagen, Duane Nosan, Fran Novak, Aaron Novak, Nick Nyhus, Craig Nyhus, Steve

Career P 80-82 F 03-05 D 72-75 W-D 84-85 D 77-79 D 96-98 F 88-90 D 91-94 D 89-90 D 80-81 D 96-98 F 81-84 F 75-76 RW 74-75 LW 94-98 F 69-73 F 73-75 D 75-77 D

GP 24 54 0

40 9 1 110 102 126 140 0 23 10 11 119 10 89 65 0 55 39 0 0 29 114 87 114 120 112 28 7 122 114 118

G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 2 8 10 12 1 0 0 0 Bradwardine, Manitoba 9 33 42 56 4 0 2 0 Fergus Falls, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 0 0 32 23 15 16 0 1 7 0 30 0 32 38 0 6 7 0 0 1 44 48 22 28 22 3 0 71 28 46

12 1 0 76 37 17 39 0 1 3 1 37 1 26 38 0 25 6 0 0 1 49 47 59 79 44 6 0 98 40 69

15 1 0 108 60 32 55 0 2 10 1 67 1 58 76 0 31 13 0 0 2 93 95 81 107 66 9 0 169 68 115

54 2 0 101 86 137 162 0 16 2 0 114 0 36 54 0 48 10 0 0 0 159 24 51 345 144 0 0 50 154 131

1 0 0 6 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 11 0 9 7 0 2 1 0 0 0 14 16 5 7 7 0 0 17 8 17

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

Anchorage, Alaska Coon Rapids, Minn. Bismarck, N.D. Richfield, Minn. Calgary, Alberta Mora, Minn. Mora, Minn. Hoyt Lakes, Minn. Rapid City, Manitoba Oakville, Ontario Virginia, Minn. Fergus Falls, Minn. Winnipeg, Manitoba Rogers, Minn. White Bear Lake, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Brandon, Manitoba Calgary, Alberta Grand Forks, N.D. Hallock, Minn. Salol, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Grand Forks, N.D. St. Louis Park, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Oxbow, Sask. Bovey, Minn. Grand Rapids, Minn. Selkirk, Manitoba

Career 92-95 82-83 65-69 76-78 01-04 59-62 46-47 82-83 87-90 94-96 65-66 66-68 80-84 49-50

P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown D 38 1 7 8 24 0 0 0 0 Carman, Manitoba W 37 2 4 6 18 0 0 1 0 D 60 4 17 21 36 1 0 0 0 Thief River Falls, Minn. D 10 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Two Harbors, Minn. D 101 7 33 40 75 4 0 2 0 Tingsryd, Sweden F 26 7 14 21 0 0 0 2 0 Baudette, Minn. D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Erskine, Minn. D 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minot, N.D. D 64 18 28 46 68 8 0 0 1 Duluth, Minn. D 39 1 3 4 18 0 0 0 0 Fargo, N.D. D 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Fridley, Minn. W 17 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 Fort Frances, Ontario C 122 89 115 204 134 26 4 14 0 Elk River, Minn. F 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

Career P 96-98 F 76-81 RW 67-68 F 66-67 W 60-61 D 07-08 D 90-91 W 87-89 W 74-77 LW 96-00 C 66-67 W 06-P D 99-01 F 97-99 C 91-94 W 63-64 C 81-83 F 85-87 D 98-01 D 99-02 F 95-97 D 04-08 F 88-89 W 95-98 F 74-75 F 70-73 W 70-72 D 81-85 D

GP 0 88 0 4 4 0 0 1 54 126 8 62 51 25 4 12 1 28 132 90 57 143 0 10 1 72 44 56

G 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 42 0 1 5 2 0 6 0 0 8 8 13 33 0 1 0 24 4 2

A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thunder Bay, Ontario 36 52 44 3 0 1 0 St. Paul, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Virginia, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Louis Park, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Williams, Minn. 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 5 11 59 1 0 0 0 Silver Bay, Minn. 49 91 139 14 3 10 0 Regina, Sask. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Roseau, Minn. 15 16 50 1 0 0 0 Wadena, Minn. 11 16 36 0 0 1 0 Hibbing, Minn. 12 14 6 0 0 1 0 Fort Frances, Ontario 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 Deerfield, Wis. 4 10 0 0 0 2 1 Estevan, Sask. 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 Bottineau, N.D. 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 Parkville, Minn. 28 36 72 3 0 1 0 Osseo, Minn. 21 29 38 0 2 1 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 42 55 55 8 2 3 0 Warroad, Minn. 38 71 126 10 2 7 0 Langley, B.C. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alida, Sask. 5 6 4 0 0 0 0 Detroit Lakes, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Red Lake Falls, Minn. 37 61 40 5 1 2 0 Yorkton, Sask. 12 16 18 1 0 1 0 Richfield, Minn. 17 19 43 0 0 0 0 Oklahoma City, Okla.

Career P 72-76 F 47-49 F 65-68 C 87-91 D 07-P F 65-68 W 76-77 D 69-72 RW 47-50 W 84-88 F 82-83 W 72-73 C 78-82 D 85-89 F 76-77 C 01-04 F 66-68 D 64-68 F 74-77 D 81-82 W 65-66 W 67-68 F 81-85 D 79-83 D 77-81 D 73-75 D 04-07 F 07-08 F 96-97 F 72-75 W 60-61 W

GP 46 18 31 33 36 3 8 59 14 134 0 2 34 131 31 107 30 47 16 0 13 0 92 100 62 38 61 4 0 81 10

G 4 9 8 0 9 1 0 11 1 65 0 0 2 87 12 35 4 32 1 0 4 0 7 9 0 22 8 1 0 13 3

A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 3 7 2 0 0 1 0 Rochester, Minn. 10 19 0 0 0 1 0 10 18 18 1 0 2 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 2 2 17 0 0 0 0 Apple Valley, Minn. 18 27 37 4 1 1 0 Ilderton, Ontario 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Anchorage, Alaska 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 White Bear Lake, Minn. 21 32 6 2 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. 94 159 64 14 2 5 0 Weyburn, Sask. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Columbia Hts, Minn. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Grande Prairie, Alberta 4 6 21 0 0 0 0 Cottage Grove, Minn. 93 180 40 16 6 14 2 Grand Forks, N.D. 21 33 6 1 1 2 0 Moose Jaw, Sask. 53 88 56 7 1 3 1 Camrose, Alberta 10 14 49 2 0 1 0 Regina, Sask. 18 50 23 0 2 0 0 Regina, Sask. 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 Brooklyn Ctr, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. 6 10 2 2 0 0 0 Anchorage, Alaska 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oakdale, Minn. 27 34 67 1 0 1 0 Blaine, Minn. 33 42 26 2 0 0 0 Grand Forks, N.D. 4 4 10 0 0 0 0 Anoka, Minn. 25 47 51 7 2 1 0 Roseau, Minn. 14 22 48 1 0 3 0 Cary, Ill. 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 Rochester, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Huron, SD 19 32 34 3 2 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 Roseau, Minn.

Career P GP 79-80 RW 2 96-99 D 15 60-63 F/D 34 72-73 D 30 62-64 D 22 86-88 W 6 87-88 W 2 66-68 C/RW 26 89-90 D 0 61-65 D 47 74-76 C/RW 1 75-79 W 118 80-81 F 0 65-67 D 5 74-75 D 0

G 0 0 17 23 5 1 0 5 0 11 0 73 0 0 0

A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Stillwater, Minn. 15 32 16 0 0 2 0 Glenboro, Manitoba 24 47 30 7 1 2 0 Bemidji, Minn. 8 13 4 0 0 0 0 Rochester, Minn. 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 4 9 4 0 0 0 0 Richfield, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hastings, Minn. 27 38 60 0 0 2 0 St. Boniface, Manitoba 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cloquet, Minn. 56 129 83 12 5 8 0 Farmington, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Farmington, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 E. Grand Forks, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Moorhead, Minn

R Radke, Jim Ramiller, Frank Rand, Bruce Raske, Neal uRead, Matt Reekie, Ray Reif, Dave Reise, Tom Remus, Willie Resch, Ian Rethwill, Scott Reynolds, Doug Rice, Pat Richards, Dan Riddell, Bruce Riddell, Riley Rieger, Bob Ring, Dwayne Roberts, Brian Roberts, Paul Roddick, Jim Romanchuk, Steve Roo, Jim Rood, Tim Rose, Mike Ross, Garry Roth, Garrett Ruff, Jamie Ruedebusch, Mike Russell, Pat Rygh, Ken

GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. S 11 1 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 Elk River, Minn. 69 21 25 46 68 4 0 4 0 New Brighton, Minn. Salentine, Mike 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Salmon, Ryan 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Louis Park, Minn. Sanderson, Merv Sargent, Gary 25 0 1 1 10 0 0 0 0 Shakopee, Minn. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Thompson, Manitoba Saterdalen, Tom 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Detroit Lakes, Minn. Sauer, Don 15 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 E. Grand Forks, Minn. Sauer, Rob Sauter, Dennis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Glenwood, Minn. Savage, Brooks 52 8 6 14 33 1 0 1 0 Hallock, Minn. Scaletta, Joe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beaver Bay, Minn. Scanlon, Joe 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hibbing, Minn. Schmitz, Bill 79 38 43 81 108 8 1 5 0 Cloquet, Minn. Schmitz, Bob 91 31 39 70 32 4 1 5 0 Hibbing, Minn. Schroeder, Don 57 2 7 9 10 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. Schroeder, Tim 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn.

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Career P GP Schueller, Dennis 67-71 D 94 Schultz, Brad 86-87 D 0 Schwartzbauer, Nathan 03-07 D 126 uScofield, Tyler 05-P F 95 Seagull, Brad 85-86 D 0 Searles, Jacob 98-00 W/D 55 Seide, Steve 74-78 C/LW 119 Sellars, John 67-68 D 5 uSerratore, Tom 84-87 C 69 Sertich, John 88-91 W 0 Shandro, Drew 92-95 F 0 Shedlov, Bill 46-47 D 0 Shinabarger, Tom 85-89 D 103 Simmons, Clay 99-02 D 102 Simonet, Tom 46-47 D 0 Simpson, Scott 92-94 F 0 Sims 47-48 W 3 Sirianni, Rob 03-07 F 131 Skrivseth, Glen 78-79 W 0 Slepica, Merrill 71-72 C 3 Slocombe, Reggie 61-63 W 23 Smedsmo, Dale 69-72 LW 63 Smith, Bob 86-89 D 72 Smith, Lynn 69-73 W 78 Smith, Mike 79-80 D 26 Smith, Ron 85-89 W 82 Smrekar, Bill 63-65 W 7 Soares, Mark 05-06 F 0 Sobb, Jeff 93-97 C 125 Starkey, Ed 76-77 C 0 Steinmetz, Shane 87-90 F 31 Stengrim, David 91-94 F 0 Stewart, Adam 98-00 D 32 Stewart, George 48-50 D 13 Stewart, Wayne 48-49 C 8 Strandell, Jeff 84-86 C 64 Stuart, Derek 98-99 W 11 Studebaker, Mark 91-93 F 0 Sturk, Bob 59-61 C/D 11 Suoraniemi, Niko 04-06 D 20 Swanger, Gary 63-64 D 2

G 17 0 0 26 0 13 38 1 32 0 0 0 17 25 0 0 0 48 0 0 7 30 2 24 1 15 2 0 45 0 4 0 1 6 9 20 3 0 2 0 0

A PTS PIM 35 52 111 0 0 0 17 17 102 46 72 66 0 0 0 17 30 28 43 81 141 0 1 4 50 82 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 63 80 60 26 51 96 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53 101 128 0 0 0 0 0 2 11 18 2 12 42 95 14 16 38 25 49 59 1 2 8 12 27 40 0 2 0 0 0 0 65 110 221 0 0 0 6 10 12 0 0 0 4 5 16 3 9 4 1 10 0 31 51 42 4 7 4 0 0 0 1 3 0 3 3 8 0 0 0

PP SH GW GT Hometown 2 3 1 0 Inver Grove Hts, Minn 0 0 0 0 Greenwood, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Wasilla, Alaska 8 1 2 0 Prince George, B.C. 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 Centerville, Minn. 10 4 3 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Andover, Minn. 6 0 4 0 Coleraine, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Duluth, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Saskatoon, Sask. 0 0 0 0 Fosston, Minn. 6 0 2 1 St. Louis, Mo. 14 0 2 0 Princeton, B.C. 0 0 0 0 Little Falls, Minn 0 0 0 0 Carndoff, Sask. 0 0 0 0 18 0 5 2 Edmonton, Alberta 0 0 0 0 St. Louis Park, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Robinsdale, Minn. 0 0 1 0 Winnipeg, Manitoba 2 0 1 0 Roseau, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 1 1 4 0 White Bear Lake, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Rochester, Minn. 3 2 1 0 Bemidji, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Ely, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Burnaby, B.C. 8 3 7 1 Calgary, Alberta 0 0 0 0 Waterloo, Iowa 0 1 0 0 Grand Forks, N.D. 0 0 0 0 Thief River Falls, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Seattle, Wash. 0 0 0 0 Williamston, Mich. 0 0 1 0 Staples, Minn. 1 0 0 0 E. Grand Forks, Minn. 1 0 0 0 Calgary, Alberta 0 0 0 0 Wayzata, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Coleraine, Minn. 0 0 0 0 Angelholm, Sweden 0 0 0 0 Rochester, Minn.

T Taggart, Sean Talarico, Terry Talbot, Paul uTamane, Brent Taylor, John Taylor, Milt Theis, Jerry Thompson, Don Thompson, Jim Thompson, Mike Thordarson, Vic Thul, Brian Tieranta, Anssi Tighe, Greg Tkachuk, Kelly Tollefson, Dan Tookenay, Brent Trimborn, Tony Turgeon, Walt Tveit, Gary Tykeson, Jeff Tyler, Jim

Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 88-93 W 106 20 25 45 83 2 0 3 0 49-50 F 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 89-91 W 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 08-P F 72-74 W 29 4 4 8 2 0 0 0 0 75-76 LW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 73-75 F 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 61-63 W 22 4 4 8 4 0 0 0 0 62-66 C 49 54 38 92 38 1 1 14 0 86-87 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67-69 F 29 8 3 11 12 1 0 1 0 92-93 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 05-06 D 22 1 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 74-75 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 92-93 D 31 3 12 15 30 3 0 1 0 88-93 C 117 44 73 117 61 20 4 5 0 87-91 C 131 41 65 106 76 7 3 2 0 93-94 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67-68 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76-81 D 83 5 45 50 24 1 0 1 0 94-95 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 85-89 F 124 83 63 146 129 28 3 10 0

Hometown Fort Frances, Ontario Hibbing, Minn. Albuquerque, N.M. Pickering, Ontario Warroad, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Maple Grove, Minn. Regina, Sask. Int’l Falls, Minn. West St. Paul, Minn. Gimli, Manitoba Lempääla, Finland Fort Frances, Ontario Willmar, Minn. Nipigon, Ontario Int’l Falls, Minn. Spring Lake Pk, Minn. Waterloo, Iowa

U / V / W / X / Y / Z Udovich, Frank Usackis, Jay Vadnais, John Vatnsdal, Scott Vekich, Derrick Wagner, Derrick Waldhauser, Tom Wallestad, Austin Walsh, Ernie Walters, Dick uWalters, Shae Ward, Tony Warner, Todd Watkins, Bruce Watson, Charles Webb, Tim Welchin, Jim Weller, Bill Wellock, Lloyd Wendorf, Troy Wenkus, Eric Werner, Dick Weselowski, Riley Weston, Stu Wheelock, Joel Whiting, John Wilson, Dean Wilson, John Wilson, Scott

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Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT 98-02 W 77 6 2 8 161 0 0 0 0 98-99 D 29 2 4 6 20 1 0 1 0 06-08 D 47 3 11 14 34 1 0 2 0 84-87 D 33 0 5 5 12 0 0 0 0 90-92 C 29 10 8 18 10 1 0 0 0 83-86 F 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 72-76 F 95 7 19 26 24 0 0 1 0 66-69 LW 49 46 23 69 14 3 2 5 0 61-62 D 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46-48 RW 5 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 08-P F 96-97 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 84-87 W 40 4 4 8 4 0 0 0 0 84-88 D 118 22 49 71 116 8 0 1 0 49-50 W 3 5 1 6 2 0 0 0 0 85-87 W 44 5 19 24 38 1 0 0 0 66-67 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 67-70 F 76 46 58 104 77 9 1 4 0 66-67 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 89-91 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 98-99 C 24 3 7 10 4 0 0 0 0 62-63 D 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 04-08 D 124 8 31 39 150 1 1 2 0 79-81 W 43 4 6 10 20 1 0 0 0 96-97 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46-50 W 22 19 12 31 2 0 0 0 0 92-93 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 79-80 C 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94-98 D 35 3 5 8 27 0 0 1 0

Hometown Ely, Minn. Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba Stillwater, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Bovey, Minn. Fargo, N.D. St. Paul, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Hibbing, Minn. Chaska, Minn. Grand Forks, N.D. Bothell, Wash. Glencoe, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Estevan, Sask. Stillwater, Minn. Eden Prairie, Minn. Fergus Falls, Minn. Pilot Mound, Manitoba Roseau, Minn. Bloomington, Minn. Hibbing, Minn.

U / V / W / X / Y / Z (cont’d)

uWinter, Travis Woldum, Steve Woods, Bernie Wyrick, Craig Yetter, Jon Young, Kyle Young, Mike Yurek, Mike Zakrajsek, Bob Zorick, Biz Zywiec, Joe

Career P GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW GT Hometown 05-P F 85 22 36 58 44 12 2 3 0 St. Cloud, Minn. 66-67 C 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Minneapolis, Minn. 62-66 W 42 13 9 22 14 1 0 1 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. 87-88 W 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Indianapolis, Ind. 87-89 D 35 1 11 12 6 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. 95-98 D 76 2 26 28 66 0 0 0 0 Cloquet, Minn. 93-94 F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 77-78 LW 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. 60-61 D 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nashwauk, Minn. 82-83 W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Anchorage, Alaska 68-72 F 41 3 1 4 6 0 1 0 0 Inver Grove Hts, Minn.

Goaltenders Career GP MIN GAA W L T SO GA SV Hometown Abraham, Jason 90-91 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Estevan, Sask. uAlamano, Orlando 04-P 14 647 2.31 5 7 0 01 26 297 Fresno, Calif. Anderson, John 66-67 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 St. Paul, Minn. Anderson, Matt 96-00 24 554 3.47 4 3 0 0 32 231 Detroit Lakes, Minn. Bahr, Clinton 88-89 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. uBakala, Dan 08-P Calgary, Alberta Beaton, Jon 93-96 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fargo, N.D. Beaton, Mike 92-96 41 1,895 3.61 16 10 4 0 114 841 Fargo, N.D. Bend, Tom 64-67 36 2,168 2.68 27 7 2 3 97 1,066 Poplar Point, Manitoba Buckley, Joe 76-78 1 10 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 4 Homer, Alaska Cabot 48-49 1 40 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 4 Calder, Roy 70-71 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Caldwell, Jim 89-90 1 5 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 2 Casareto, Joe 89-90 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Int’l Falls, Minn. Chilcote, Gary 67-68 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Climie, Matt 04-08 95 5,427 2.45 45 30 11 12 222 2,201 Leduc, Alberta Comstock, Blane 67-71 86 4,878 2.34 70 12 1 9 190 1,818 Roseau, Minn. Comstock, Will 72-73 2 12 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 6 Roseau, Minn. Cook, Robin 92-96 87 4,823 3.22 57 19 5 1 259 2,115 Winnipeg, Manitoba Cooper, Neil 96-98 23 1,227 3.62 14 6 1 2 74 519 Fort Frances, Ontario uDalton, Matt 07-P 5 233 3.09 1 3 0 1 12 70 Clinton, Ontario Delmonte, Terry 69-72 6 60 3.00 0 0 0 0 3 27 St. Paul, Minn. Fermoyle, Denny 73-74 1 3 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 2 Minneapolis, Minn. Fermoyle, Patrick 96-97 6 48 3.75 0 0 0 0 3 20 Warroad, Minn. Freeman, Kyle 85-87 1 6 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 5 Groschumpf, Jim 49-50 4 220 5.45 1 1 0 0 20 58 Bemidji, Minn. Grove, Tom 59-60 1 30 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 2 Stillwater, Minn. Hallett, Jeff 72-74 2 66 2.73 1 0 0 0 3 24 Warroad, Minn. Horner, Jack 74-78 86 4,712 3.31 59 17 4 6 260 2,062 St. Paul, Minn. Horton, Mike 63-64 3 30 2.00 0 0 0 0 1 9 St. Paul, Minn. Howell, Carl 62-63 2 40 3.00 0 0 0 0 2 10 Muskegan, Mich. Hunt, Grady 00-04 106 6,002 3.07 39 51 12 5 307 2,717 Vernon, BC Ignjatovic, Verko 92-93 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Belgrade, Yugoslavia Kleisinger, Len 67-68 22 1,218 3.55 13 8 0 3 72 603 Regina, Sask. Kreibich, Todd 89-93 55 3,171 3.22 38 9 3 3 170 1,407 Crookston, Minn. Kvarnlov, Mike 70-72 17 737 4.72 4 7 0 0 58 414 Roseau, Minn. Larson, R.J. 90-93 1 40 7.50 0 1 0 0 5 12 Grand Forks, N.D. Lennox, Calvin 46-47 6 370 9.57 0 5 1 0 59 41 Williams, Minn. Liska, Mark 81-85 87 4,717 2.76 61 10 3 4 217 2,013 Mendota Hts, Minn. Long, Bob 60-61 7 312 3.65 3 3 0 0 19 84 Duluth, Minn. Loos, Rob 80-81 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fargo, N.D. Martin, Jim 82-86 45 2,276 3.59 29 7 1 0 136 1,043 Mahtomedi, Minn. Medicine, Chris 93-95 1 20 3.00 0 0 0 0 1 16 Emo, Ontario Morgan, Dannie 00-04 24 1,168 3.08 5 8 4 3 60 473 Calgary, Alberta Nagle, Galen 80-84 26 1,089 2.04 22 0 0 3 37 498 Bemidji, Minn. Ness, Jon 86-87 2 11 5.45 0 0 0 0 1 5 Roseau, Minn. Olson, Dan 77-80 45 2,350 2.53 35 3 0 2 99 893 Bemidji, Minn. Olson, Gordon 47-49 8 340 4.76 5 1 0 1 27 47 O’Shea, Steve 85-89 104 5,828 3.53 55 34 7 5 343 3,065 Park River, N.D. Ostry, Larry 59-60 4 193 2.80 2 2 0 0 9 39 Winnipeg, Manitoba Palmiscno, Toby 01-02 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grand Forks, N.D. Pavlatos, Adam 96-00 88 5,121 3.23 52 30 4 5 276 2,214 Duluth, Minn. Perry, Chad 89-92 31 1,639 3.70 15 9 5 2 101 796 Coon Rapids, Minn. Petterson, Robert 68-69 1 20 9.00 0 0 0 0 3 7 Estevan, Sask. Quirk, Jim 66-67 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 South St. Paul, Minn. Radniecki, Dick 47-50 24 1,270 4.39 10 12 0 2 93 514 Trail, Minn. Reid, Ryan 97-98 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fort Frances, Ontario Robberstad, Jim 61-64 8 370 1.46 6 0 0 0 9 111 Williams, Minn. Robinson, Dan 67-68 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rossiter, Dick 72-73 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bemidji, Minn. Ryan, Jerry 62-66 25 1,337 3.05 13 7 2 2 68 526 Marblehead, Mass. Sand, Jeff 84-85 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bismarck, N.D. Scanlon, Chuck 71-75 101 5,977 3.87 62 34 3 4 386 2,657 Richfield, Minn. Scanlan, Jim 78-82 85 4,807 2.82 62 19 0 9 226 2,211 Cottage Grove, Minn. Sedevie, Layne 03-07 56 3,022 2.88 29 21 4 2 145 1,289 Bismarck, N.D. Serratore, Frank 80-81 10 383 2.35 6 0 0 1 15 164 Coleraine, Minn. Shields, Kelly 02-03 6 258 4.35 0 3 1 0 20 110 Victoria, B.C. Sinclair, Rob 60-63 25 1,176 2.70 14 6 0 0 53 384 Baudette, Minn. Stevens, Rob 87-90 47 2,575 3.73 23 16 3 2 160 1,254 Madison, Wis. Stodgell, Aaron 98-99 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Warroad, Minn. Tallarico, Bob 99-01 27 1,398 5.15 7 16 0 0 120 780 St. Paul, Minn. Thompson, Dick 78-80 7 62 4.84 0 0 0 0 5 25 Stillwater, Minn. Warren, Gary 73-74 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 Proctor, Minn. Wizner, Jeff 75-77 17 840 3.50 10 3 0 1 49 365 Bemidji, Minn.

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50 Legends for 50 Years

In 2005-06, Bemidji State University and the BSU Athletics Department came together to celebrate the 50th season of competition for one of the most celebrated collegiate men’s ice hockey programs in the history of the sport. The 2005-06 season represented the 50th season of intercollegiate competition for the Beaver men’s ice hockey program, which played its first game on January 18, 1948. Throughout the season, Bemidji State athletics paid special tribute to the men who helped establish the Beaver program over the previous 49 seasons. To celebrate this historic anniversary BSU assembled the 50 Legends for 50 Years Team, established to recognize the top 50 players in the history of the program. Collegiate hockey coaching legend R.H. “Bob” Peters, who won 702 games and 13 national championships at the NAIA, NCAA Division III and NCAA Division II levels during a remarkable coaching tenure at Bemidji State, was named head coach of the 50 Legends for 50 Years Team. The season-long celebration culminated with a special ceremony prior to Bemidji State’s Feb. 18, 2006 contest against Robert Morris. Forty-four of the 50 members of the 50 Legends for 50 Years team were on-hand.

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Bernie Adlys Mike Alexander Dale Baldwin Omer Belisle Greg Biskup Jude Boulianne, Sr. Jude Boulianne, Jr. Drey Bradley Charlie Brown Terry Burns Brian Carleton Blane Comstock Brendan Cook Scott Currie Barry Dillon Mark Eagles Jamie Erb Bruce Falk Paul Ferry Eric Gager Mike Gibbons Bryan Grand Gary Gustason Rod Heisler Grady Hunt Wendal Jellison Scott Johnson Brad “O.J.” Kennett Mark Kristo Denny Lemieux Tim Lescarbeau Todd Lescarbeau Mark Liska Jim McElmury Craig Matatall Bryce Methven Chris Morque John Murphy Andrew Murray Joel Otto Ian Resch Dan Richards Garry Ross Gary Sargent Chuck Scanlon Jim Scanlan Bill Schmitz Tom Shinabarger Jim Thompson Jim Tyler

1992-96 1982-86 1976-80 1991-95 1984-88 1968-71 1991-95 1981-84 1968-71 1966-69 1976-80 1967-71 2001-05 1975-79 1966-70 1972-76 1989-93 1967-71 1988-92 1981-85 1975-79 1967-70 1989-93 1975-79 2000-04 1981-85 1987-91 1989-92 1972-76 1968-72 1982-86 1983-87 1981-85 1967-71 1992-96 2000-04 1990-94 1975-79 2001-05 1980-84 1984-88 1985-89 1973-75 1972-73 1971-75 1978-82 1975-79 1985-89 1962-66 1985-89

Waterloo, Ontario Apple Valley, Minn. Oxbow, Saskatchewan Thunder Bay, Ontario Roseau, Minn. Willow Bunch, Sask. St. Anne, Manitoba Hastings, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Swift Current, Sask. Estevan, Saskatchewan Roseau, Minn. Reston, Manitoba High River, Alberta Wainwright, Alberta Roseville, Minn. Oak Bluff, Manitoba Salol, Minn. Seattle, Wash. Bovey, Minn. White Bear Lake, Minn. Roseau, Minn. Taconite, Minn. Moose Jaw, Sask. Vernon, British Columbia Eston, Saskatchewan Bemidji, Minn. Fort Frances, Ontario Owatonna, Minn. Alida, Saskatchewan Hopkins, Minn. Hopkins, Minn. Mendota Heights, Minn. Cottage Grove, Minn. Regina, Saskatchewan Mora, Minn. Grand Forks, N.D. Bovey, Minn. Selkirk, Manitoba Elk River, Minn. Weyburn, Saskatchewan Grand Forks, N.D. Roseau, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Richfield, Minn. Cottage Grove, Minn. Farmington, Minn. St. Louis, Mo. International Falls, Minn. Waterloo, Iowa

Member of three consecutive NCAA Division II national champions BSU’s career scoring leader; two-time national champion Two-time national champion; BSU career leader in short-handed goals 1995 team captain; three-time national champion BSU’s third-leading career scorer amongst defensemen Helped lead BSU to three consecutive national titles from 1969-71 BSU career scoring leader amongst defensemen Captained BSU’s unbeaten, untied 1984 Division II national champion Three-time national champion; 1972 U.S. Olympic Team member Three-time team captain; helped lead BSU to 1st national title Fifth on BSU career list for assists (111) BSU career leader in goaltending wins (70), tied for lead in shutouts (9) 1st BSU Division I-era skater with 40 points in a season; 102 career points 10th on BSU career scoring list 1968 All-America selection, three-time national champion One of two four-time All-America selections in BSU history 1993 All-America selection; three-time First-Team All-NCHA Four-time national champion; 27th on BSU career scoring list Fifth on BSU career scoring list for defensemen 18th on BSU career scoring list; member of unbeaten 1984 team 7th-leading defenseman scorer in BSU history; 1982-83 head coach BSU career leader with 2.61 points per game; 14th on BSU scoring list Top 10 in career goals, assists and points by a defenseman Pitcher for Team Canada at 1984 Summer Olympics BSU career leader in minutes played; Top 10 in GAA, save pct. & wins Ranked 6th on career scoring list, Top 10 in both goals and assists 4th on BSU career scoring list; 1991 NCHA Player of the Year 3-time honorable mention All-NCHA; 1992 2nd-Team West All-America 26th on BSU career scoring list 1971 NAIA All-America; three-time national champion (1970-71-72) 20th on BSU career scoring list; 1986 First-Team All-NCHA 1987 NCHA Player of the Year and First-Team All-America selection One of two three-time Titan AHCA All-America honorees in BSU history Only four-time All-America selection in school history Two-time All-NCHA pick; career leader in PIM by a forward Two-time First-Team All-CHA; 2nd in BSU Div. I era in def. scoring 2nd on BSU career scoring list for defensemen; career leader in PIM 9th on career scoring list; two-time NAIA All-America pick BSU Division I-era career leader in points and assists 1984 Hobey Baker Award winner; captained 1984 unbeaten nat’l champ two-time First-Team All-NCHA selection tied for 7th on BSU career scoring list (180) Member of 1976 U.S. Olympic Team Scored 47 points in lone season with BSU; 9-year NHL veteran 1 of 2 BSU goalies with 5,000 minutes, 50 wins and 2,500 saves 1982 NCHA Player of the Year 22nd on BSU career scoring list 1989 All-America selection; t-13th on career scoring list for defensemen Only member of Legends team to play at BSU prior to Peters era Two-time All-NCHA honoree

Forty-four of the 50 members of Bemidji State’s 50 Legends for 50 Years Team and Vic Weber, Bemidji State’s head coach from 1960-64 and 1966, were on hand during a ceremony to honor the team during BSU’s Feb. 18, 2006 contest against Robert Morris.

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10

24

Bryan Grand’s #10 jersey was retired in conjunction with Bemidji State’s Feb. 18, 2006 ceremony to recognize the 50 greatest players in school history, the 50 Legends for 50 Years team, which was selected during a year-long celebration of BSU’s 50th season of intercollegiate competition. In three years at Bemidji State, Grand helped the Beavers to three consecutive NAIA national championships and served as a captain in his final two seasons. One of five three-time All-America selections in BSU history, Grand is the 14th-leading scorer in Bemidji State history with 42-112=151 total points in just 59 games. His career scoring average of 2.61 points per game is nearly threequarters of a point better than any other skater in BSU history. Grand led BSU in assists during both his junior and senior seasons, and his 112 career assists rank fourth all-time at BSU. During his tenure at BSU, the Beavers posted a record of 63-13-0.

Joel Otto’s jersey became the first number in the history of Bemidji State hockey to be retired, as his #24 made its way into the rafters following a ceremony to recognize BSU’s 1984 undefeated, untied NCAA Division II national championship team on October 18, 2003. As part of the ceremony, BSU sophomore Ryan Huddy - who had been wearing #24 - presented his jersey to Otto, switching to #26 while Otto’s banner was raised into the John Glas Fieldhouse rafters by his children. Perhaps the most-decorated athlete in Bemidji State history, Otto was a three-time All-America selection, a Northern Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Year, a Hobey Baker Award winner, a U.S. Olympian and a Stanley Cup champion. Otto captained BSU’s undefeated, untied 1984 national champions, scoring 32-43=75 points and leading the team in assists, scoring and short-handed goals (4). Otto earned Division II All-America honors for his efforts. In addition, Otto was the 1984 recipient of college hockey’s most prestigious honor, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award (Division II). Otto departed Bemidji State in 1984 and went on to a lengthy career in the NHL. He played 14 seasons for the Calgary Flames (1984’95) and Philadelphia Flyers (1995-’98), finishing his career with 195-313=508 points in 943 games.

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Division I-era Player Awards

First-Team All-CHA

uCody Bostock Stefan Bjork Matt Climie Brendan Cook Luke Erickson Marty Gouleta Grady Hunt Peter Jonsson Andrew Martens Bryce Methven Andrew Murray uTravis Winter

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a= first two-time 1st-Team pick in CHA history

Second-Team All-CHA

Calvin Chartrand Matt Climie Brendan Cook Grady Hunt Peter Jonsson Riley Riddell Clay Simmons uTravis Winter

F G F G D C D F

2000 2008 2005 2002-04 2004 2002-04 2001 2008

F D F D G D C D C G D F F

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2002 2002 2002 2005 2006 2006 2008

Sr, F

2005

Jr, F So/Sr, G Jr, D Sr, G Jr, F

2005-06 2005 & 2007 2006 2006 2007

CHA All-Rookie Team

Daryl Bat Rico Fatticci Brad Johnson Clay Simmons Bob Tallarico Bryce Methven Andrew Murray Anders Olssona Riley Riddell Matt Climie uCody Bostock uTyler Scofield uMatt Read

a= first-year sophomore

CHA Player of the Year Andrew Murray

Pre-Season All-CHA

Luke Ericksona Matt Climiea Riley Weselowski Layne Sedevie uTravis Winter

a= two-time selection

CHA Pre-Season Player of the Year

Matt Climiea Luke Erickson

a= first sophomore to win honor

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2005 2006

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2002 2004 2008

CHA Rookie of the Year

Riley Riddell Luke Erickson uMatt Read

CHA Student-Athlete of the Year Andrew Murray

CHA All-Tournament Team

uCody Bostock Brendan Cook John Haider Bryce Methven Ryan Miller Andrew Murray uTyler Scofield

CHA Tournament MVP uMatt Climie

Sr, F

2005

F F D D F C F

2008 2005 2004-05 2003 2005 2003 2008

Fr, G

2005

CHA/EASTON Three-Star Award Brendan Cook

Sr, F

Subway Holiday All-Classic Team

Marty Goulet Andrew Murray

2008 2000 2006 2004 2006 2002-03 2003 2005 2006 2003-04 2005 2007

Sr, F So, C

2005

All-USCHO.com Andrew Murray

Pre-Season All-USCHO uMatt Climie

So, G

3rd tm, 2005 HM, 2005

Commissionerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choice Finalists Grady Hunt Myles Kuharski Grady Hunt

player Nov. 2002 rookie Nov. 2002 player Mar. 2002

Academic All-CHA

uOrlando Alamano Jesse Balsimo Travis Barnes Jake Bluhm uCody Bostock Wade Chiodo Matt Climie Brendan Cook Donnie DeMars David Deterding Scot Dickson Luke Erickson uMatt Francis Lou Garritan Jean-Guy Gervais Marty Goulet John Haider Jared Hanowski uKyle Hardwick Ryan Huddy Blaine Jarvis Peter Jonsson Todd Knott Tyler Lehrke Ben Lindell uBrandon Marino Jeff McGill uChris McKelvie uGrahm McManamin Andrew Martens Bill Methven Bryce Methven Ryan Miller Joey Moggach Dannie Morgan Andrew Murray Chris Nathe Anders Olsson uChris Peluso Mike Perpich Matt Pope Riley Riddell Garrett Roth Nathan Schwartzbauer Jacob Searles Layne Sedevie Rob Sirianni Niko Suoraniemi Bob Tallarico John Vadnais Riley Weselowski uTravis WInter

CoSIDA Academic All-District V

Bill Methven Bryce Methven Peter Jonsson Bryce Methven Peter Jonsson Andrew Murray Riley Weselowski Riley Weselowski Riley Weselowski uTravis Winter

CoSIDA Academic All-America Peter Jonsson

2002 2002

Sr, C

G D F F D F G F F D F F F F F F D F D F F D F F D F F F D D F D F F G F D D D F F F F D F D F D G D D F

2006-07-08 2004 2002-03-04 2006-07-08 2007-08 2003-04 2006-07-08 2003-04-05 2003 2006-07-08 2000-01 2005-06-07 2008 2004-05-06 2004-05-06 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2008 2004-05-06 2006 & 08 2003-04-05 2001-02 2008 2003 2007-08 2001-02-03 2008 2008 2004-05 2002-03-04 2002-03-04 2005-06-07 2008 2002-03-04 2003-04-05 2005 2003-04 2008 2001 2006-07-08 2003 2005-06-07 2005-06-07 2000 2005-06-07 2005 2006 2001 2008 2006-07-08 2007-08

Jr Jr Jr Sr Sr Sr So Jr Sr Jr

2nd tm, 2003 2nd tm, 2003 1st tm, 2004 1st tm, 2004 1st tm, 2005 2nd tm, 2005 2nd tm, 2006 2nd tm, 2007 1st tm, 2008 2nd tm, 2008

Sr

1st tm, 2005

uPlayer returning for 2008-09 season

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

College Hockey America Players of the Week 1999-2000

11/29 12/13 1/17 1/24 2/21

2000-01

11/27 1/1 1/29 2/12 2/25

2001-02

10/15 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12 11/19 11/19 12/3 12/17 1/14 1/14 1/21 1/21 2/4 2/4

2002-03

10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 12/16 12/31 1/27 2/3 2/3 3/3

2003-04

10/20 11/10 11/17 12/1 12/1 12/8 1/5 1/5 1/12 1/26 1/26 2/2 2/2 2/23 3/1 3/9

2004-05

11/15 11/22 12/13 1/10 1/17 2/7 3/7 3/7

2005-06

10/10 10/10 10/17 10/17 10/31 12/5 12/5 1/23 1/23 1/23 3/6

2006-07

11/6 11/6 11/13 11/20 12/4 12/4 12/11 12/18 12/18 12/18 1/7 2/5 2/5

Calvin Chartrand, F, Sr Stefan Bjork, D, So Stefan Bjork, D, So (2) Daryl Bat, F, Fr Stefan Bjork, F, So (3)

Offense Defense Defense Offense Offense

Shane Kalbrener, F, Sr Grady Hunt, G, Fr Grady Hunt, G, Fr (2) Grady Hunt, G, Fr (3) Dannie Morgan, G, Fr

Offense Defense Defense Defense Rookie

Marty Goulet, F, Jr Andrew Murray, C, Fr Riley Riddell, C, Fr Jeff McGill, F, Jr Mark Phenow, D, Sr Grady Hunt, G, So (4) Riley Riddell, C, Fr (2) Grady Hunt, G, So (5) Riley Riddell, C, Fr (3) Grady Hunt, G, So (6) Riley Riddell, C, Fr (4)a Todd Knott, F, Sr Grady Hunt, G, So (7) Jeff McGill, F, Jr (2) Andrew Murray, C, Fr (2)

Offense (co) Rookie Rookie (co) Offense (co) Defense Defense Rookie Defense Rookie Defense Rookie Offense Defense Offense Rookie

Peter Jonsson, D, So Kelly Shields, G, Fr Grady Hunt, G, Jr (8) Grady Hunt, G, Jr (9) Bryce Methven, D, Jr Marty Goulet, F, Sr (2) Myles Kuharski, F, So Marty Goulet, F, Sr (3) Ryan Huddy, F, Fr John Haider, D, So

Rookie Rookie Defense Defense Defense Offense Rookie Offense Rookie Defense

Luke Erickson, Fr, F Grady Hunt, Sr, G (10) Grady Hunt, Sr, G (11) Wade Chiodo, Sr, F Luke Erickson, Fr, F (2) Brendan Cook, Jr, F Grady Hunt, Sr, G (12) Luke Erickson, Fr, F (3) Layne Sedevie, Fr, G Brendan Cook, Jr. F (2) Luke Erickson, Fr, F (4) Brendan Cook, Jr, F (3) Grady Hunt, Sr, G (13)b Layne Sedevie, Fr, G Rob Sirianni, Fr, F Dannie Morgan, Sr, G

Rookie Defense Defense Offense Rookie Offense Defense Rookie Defense Offense Rookie Offense Defense Rookie Rookie Defense

Ryan Huddy, So, F Luke Erickson, So, F Andrew Murray, Sr., F Matt Climie, Fr, G Brendan Cook, Sr, F Matt Climie, Fr, G (2) Matt Climie, Fr, G (3) Jean-Guy Gervais, Sr, F

Offense Offense Offense (co) Rookie Offense Rookie Rookie (co) Offense

Jake Bluhm, F, So. Andrew Martens, D, Sr. Luke Erickson, F, Jr. (2) Cody Bostock, D, Fr. Layne Sedevie, Jr., G (2) Luke Erickson, F, Jr. (3) Tyler Scofield, F, Fr. Ryan Huddy, F, Sr. (2) Riley Weselowski, D, So. Brandon Marino, F, Fr. Layne Sedevie, Jr., G (3)

Offense (co) Defense Offense Rookie Defense Offense (co) Rookie Offense Defense Rookie Defense

Orlando Alamano, Jr., G John Vadnais, Fr., D Matt Climie, Jr., G Rob Sirianni, Sr., F Luke Erickson, Sr., F Chris Peluso, Fr., D Joey Moggach, Fr., F Rob Sirianni, Sr., F (2) Matt Climie, Jr., G (2) Chris Peluso, Fr., D (2) Joey Moggach, Fr., F (2) Travis Winter, So., F Joey Moggach, Fr., D (3)

Defense Rookie Defense Offense Offense Rookie Rookie Offense Defense Rookie Rookie Offense Rookie

(#) no. of career awards won a= 1st CHA player to win four Rookie awards b= CHA career record 13th award CHA Rookie of the Week was established for the 2000-01 season

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Academic Excellence

As Bemidji State has made inroads in its development as a Division I program, its progress in the classroom has been remarkable. In its eighth year under head coach Tom Serratore, the BSU program has become an academic juggernaut, annually dominating the Academic All-College Hockey America honor roll. In addition, BSU has had 10 ESPN the Magazine / College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District V selections since 2004 and has passed the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate performance checks with flying colors. Overall, BSU men’s ice hockey carries a cumulative GPA of 3.5.

CHA Student-Athlete of the Year

NCAA Academic Progress Rate

Bemidji State men’s hockey received a score of 973 in the May 2008 release of the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) score. BSU helped the sport of men’s ice hockey achieve an aggregate score of 970, the third-highest of any men’s sport in the Division. The NCAA has established an APR cut-rate of 925, which equates to a graduation rate of approximately 50 percent, for all NCAA Division I sports. Programs which fail to meet the cut rate when 2006-07 numbers are added to the 2005-06 and 2004-03 data risk reductions in scholarships. APR ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 uBemidji St. 990 980 973 973

Bemidji State’s Andrew Murray became the first player in College Hockey America history to be named Player of the Year and Student-Athlete of the Year in the same season, picking up the historic sweep at the 2005 CHA awards banquet. Murray, a unanimous First-Team All-CHA pick, became the first BSU skater to be named CHA Student-Athlete of the Year.

Academic All-CHA

Academic All-District V Over the last six years, six different Bemidji State skaters have earned 10 positions on the ESPN the Magazine / College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District V At-Large Team. Riley Weselowski and Travis Winter kept the streak alive in 2008, and in 2005 Peter Jonsson became just the second BSU men’s hockey player to be named Academic All-America. He was the only men’s hockey player in the nation to earn First-Team Academic All-America laurels in 2005. He was a two-time Academic All-District V selection, so honored in 2004 and 2005. BSU’s other Academic All-District picks include Andrew Murray (2005), Bryce Methven (2003-04) and Bill Methven (2003).

For the sixth consecutive season, Bemidji State led College Hockey America in Academic All-CHA honorees in 2007-08. BSU placed a league-record 18 skaters on the 2008 Academic All-CHA Team, breaking its own of 14 set in 2003, 2004 and 2006. The 18-member group continued BSU’s recent domination of the Academic All-CHA Team; in conjunction with BSU’s 18 picks in 2008, its 14 in 2005 and 2007, and 16 honorees in 2003, 2004 and 2006, BSU has an all-time total of 108 Academic All-CHA picks. BSU’s 101 picks in seven years under head coach Tom Serratore leads CHA by a significant margin. Academic All-CHA picks, 2002-present

02 03 04 05 06 07 08 TOT

uBemidji St. Niagara Wayne State Ala.-Huntsville Air Force Robert Morris

7 16 16 14 16 14 18* 7 10 13 13 12 11 11 9 8 3 5 11 12 6 9 7 2 7 12 9 3 4 3 4 3 11 - - - - - 1 13 12 12

* single-season record

CoSIDA Academic All-District V

2003 2nd Team Bill METHVEN

2003 2nd Team 2004 1st Team Bryce METHVEN

2004 1st Team 2005 1st Team Peter JONSSON

2005 2nd Team Andrew MURRAY

CoSIDA Academic All-America Peter Jonsson (Astorp, Sweden) was named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America University Division Men’s At-Large First Team, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), in 2005. Jonsson was the only men’s ice hockey player in the nation to earn First-Team Academic All-America laurels. Colorado College’s Brett Sterling was named to the second team, while Harvard’s Dov GrumetMorris and Dartmouth’s Lee Stempniak were honored on the third team. Jonsson never missed a game at BSU, playing in 107 consecutive contests during his three-year career. He ended his BSU career as the program’s all-time Division I-era assist leader for defensemen (45) and with 7-45=52 career points is tied for 32nd on BSU’s career defenseman scoring charts. Jonsson also was a two-time Academic All-CHA selection. Jonsson was named First-Team Academic

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All-District V. It marked his second consecutive All-District laurel; he was a second-team selection in 2004. Jonsson joined former BSU defenseman Bryce Methven as the only two skaters in BSU men’s ice hockey history to twice be named Academic All-District V. Jonsson joined Jim Karner as one of only two BSU men’s ice hockey players to earn Academic All-America honors. Karner was honored on the College Division All-America Team in 1994. The Academic All-America Teams are selected by a vote of the 2,000-member CoSIDA. To be eligible, an athlete must be a varsity starter or key reserve and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 on a scale of 4.00. Sports information directors nominate eligible athletes from their schools, who are then voted onto the all-district teams. First-Team All-District honorees advance to the All-America ballot. The program honors 816 student-athletes nationwide each year.

2008 2nd Team Travis Winter

2005 1st Team Peter JONSSON

101 77 54 49 25 38

Academic All-Conference

Since 1987, 72 Bemidji State men’s ice hockey players have earned a total of 152 Academic All-Conference honors, starting during BSU’s small-college era in the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association and continuing in the program’s Division I era as a member of College Hockey America.

Academic All-CHA uOrlando Alamano Jesse Balsimo Travis Barnes uJake Bluhm uCody Bostock Wade Chiodo Matt Climie Brendan Cook Donnie DeMars David Deterding Scot Dickson Luke Erickson uMatt Francis Lou Garritan Jean-Guy Gervais Marty Goulet John Haider Jared Hanowski uKyle Hardwick Ryan Huddy Blaine Jarvis Peter Jonsson Todd Knott Tyler Lehrke Ben Lindell uBrandon Marino Jeff McGill uChris McKelvie uGrahm McManamin Andrew Martens Bill Methven Bryce Methven Ryan Miller Joey Moggach Dannie Morgan Andrew Murray Chris Nathe Anders Olsson uChris Peluso Mike Perpich uMatt Pope Riley Riddell Garrett Roth Nathan Schwartzbauer Jacob Searles Layne Sedevie Rob Sirianni Niko Suoraniemi Bob Tallarico John Vadnais uRiley Weselowski uTravis WInter

G D F F D F G F F D F F F F F F D F D F F D F F D F F F D D F D F F G F D D D F F F F D F D F D G D D F

2006-07-08 2004 2002-03-04 2006-07-08 2007-08 2003-04 2006-07-08 2003-04-05 2003 2006-07-08 2000-01 2005-06-07 2008 2004-05-06 2004-05-06 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2008 2004-05-06 2006 & 08 2003-04-05 2001-02 2008 2003 2007-08 2001-02-03 2008 2008 2004-05 2002-03-04 2002-03-04 2005-06-07 2008 2002-03-04 2003-04-05 2005 2003-04 2008 2001 2006-07-08 2003 2005-06-07 2005-06-07 2000 2005-06-07 2005 2006 2001 2008 2006-07-08 2007-08

Academic All-NCHA Matt Anderson Mike Beaton Omer Belisle Greg Biskup Chris Bjornson Jeff Cordray Robin Cook Mike Donaghue Troy Edwards Scott Elder Jamie Erb Blaine Harrison James Karner Marc Lafleur Robert Larson Terry Mattson Aaron McClellan Chris Medicine Ed Melville Nicholas Meiers John Neuman Neal Raske Dan Richards Drew Shandro Jeff Sobb Dan Tollefson Scott Wilson Kyle Young

G G F D D D G D D F F F F F G D F G F F F D F F F F D D

1998-99 1996 1995 1987 1995 1991 1995-96 1998 1996-97 1994 1993 1989-90 1992-93-94 1997-98-99 1993 1987 1996-97-98 1995 1996 1998 1988 1991 1987-89 1996 1996-97 1990-91-92-93 1997-98 1997-98

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Division I-Era Beavers Playing Post-Collegiate Hockey

F Daryl Bat (1999-2001) Asplöven HC HC Örebro Tilburg Trappers

D Stefan Bjork (1999-00) Djurgårdens IF Huddinge IK Hammarby IF

By League SWE1 SWE1 IIHF

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

SEL ALS ALS

1995-97 1998-99 2002-05

F Brendan Cook (2001-05) Pensacola (Fla.) Ice Pilots Utah Grizzlies Columbia (S.C.) Inferno

ECHL ECHL ECHL

2005-07 2006-07 2006-07

F Luke Erickson (2003-2007) Gwinnett Gladiators Pensacola (Fla.) Ice Pilots

CHA ECHL

2006-07 2007-P

F Rico Fatticci (1999-2001) Greenville Grrrowl Wichita (Kan.) Thunder Kalamazoo (Mich.) Wings Port Huron (Mich.) Beacons Roanoke Valley (Va.) Vipers Port Huron (Mich.) Flags Tulsa Oilers

ECHL CHL UHL UHL UHL UHL CHL

2002-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07

F Marty Goulet (1999-2003) Höchstädter EC Quad City (Ill.) Mallards

OBL UHL

2003-04 2003-04

G Grady Hunt (2000-04) Rockford (Ill.) IceHogs Tulsa (Okla.) Oilers

UHL CHL

2004-05 2004-05

D Peter Jonsson (2001-05) Rögle BK Rögle BK

SWE1 1996-99 ALS 1999-01; 2005-P

D Andrew Martens (2002-06) Greenville (N.C.) Grrrowl Johnstown (Penn.) Cheifs

ECHL ECHL

2005-06 2006-07

Minor Professional

American Hockey League Syracuse (N.Y.) Crunch F Andrew Murray (2001-05) F Rob Sirianni (2003-07) Central Hockey League Gwinnett Gladiators F Luke Erickson (2003-07)

Wichita (Kan.) Thunder F Rico Fatticci (1999-2001)

2003-04

Youngstown Steelhounds G Layne Sedevie (2003-07)

2007-P

East Coast Hockey League Atlantic City (N.J.) Boardwalk Bullies F Riley Riddell (2001-04)

2004-05

Bakersfield (Calif.) Condors D Anders Olsson (2001-04) G Kelly Shields (2002-03)

2005-06 2004-05

Columbia (S.C.) Inferno F Brendan Cook (2001-05)

2006-07

Fresno (Calif.) Falcons G Kelly Shields (2002-03)

2004-05

Greenville (N.C.) Grrrowl F Rico Fatticci (1999-2001) D Mark Phenow (2001-04) D Andrew Martens (2002-06)

2002-04 2005-06 2005-06

Idaho Steelheads F Riley Riddell (2001-04)

2004-05

Johnstown Chiefs D Andrew Mertens (2002-06)

2006-07

2002-03 2003-P

F Andrew Murray (2001-05) Syracuse (N.Y.) Crunch

AHL

2005-P

Pheonix Roadrunners D Nathan Schwartzbauer

SWE1 ALS ITA ECHL SWE1

1996-99 1999-01 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06

Pensacola (Fla.) Ice Pilots F Brendan Cook (2001-05) F Luke Erickson (2003-07)

F Riley Riddell (2001-04) Idaho Steelheads Atlantic City (N.J.) Boardwalk Bullies Wheeling (W.V.) Nailers Columbus (Ga.) Cottonmouths Egna HC D Nathan Schwartzbauer (2003-07) Pheonix Roadrunners G Layne Sedevie (2003-07) Youngstown Steelhounds G Kelly Shields (2002-03) Fort Wayne (Ind.) Komets Bakersfield (Calif.) Condors Victoria (B.C.) Salmon Kings Fresno (Calif.) Falcons Jacksonville (Fla.) Barracudas Pee Dee (S.C.) Cyclones Roanoke (Va.) Vipers Heereveen Flyers

ECHL ECHL ECHL SPHL ITA ECHL CHL UHL ECHL ECHL ECHL SPHL SPHL UHL IIHF

2003-04 2003-05 2004-06 2005-06 2006-07 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-P 2007-P 2003-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07

F Rob Sirianni (2003-07) Younstown Steelhounds Syracuse Crush Utah Grizlies

CHL AHL ECHL

2006-07 2007 2007-P

F Frank Udovich (1999-2002) Reading (Pa.) Royals

ECHL

2001-02

League Key AHL American Hockey League ALS Allsvenskan (Sweden) AUS Austrain League CHL Central Hockey League ECHL East Coast Hockey League FIN SM-Liiga (Finland) IIHF Netherlands Ice Hockey Federation ITA Italian League OBL Oberliga (Germany) SEL Elitserien (Sweden) SWE1 Swedish First Division SPHL Southern Professional Hockey League UHL United Hockey League WHA2 World Hockey Association 2

CHL 2007 2006-07 2004-05

FIN AUS

D Mark Phenow (1999-2002) Kalamazoo (Mich.) Wings UHL Jacksonville (Fla.) Barracudas WHA2/SPHL Fayetteville (Ark.) FireAntz SPHL Greenville (N.C.) Grrrowl ECHL Bloomington Prairie Thunder UHL

2005-P 2007

Tulsa (Okla.) Oilers D Rico Fatticci (1999-2001) G Grady Hunt (2000-04)

D Jamie Mattie (2001-02) JYP Jyväskylä EC Graz

D Anders Olsson (2001-04) Tingsryds AIF Tingsryds AIF Varese HC Bakersfield (Calif.) Condors Tingsryds AIF

AHL

Reading (Pa.) Royals F Frank Udovich (1999-02)

ECHL

2006-P 2005-2007 2007-P 2001-02

Greg Bartram/Columbus Blue Jackets

By Player

European Non-Elite Leagues German Oberliga Höchstädter EC F Marty Goulet (1999-2003) Italy ITA Varese HC F Riley Ridell D Anders Olsson (2001-04)

GerOBL 2003-04

2006-07 2004-05

Allsvenskan (Sweden) Hammarby IF D Stefan Björk (1999-00)

ALS 2000-05

Huddinge IK D Stefan Björk (1999-00)

1998-99

Rögle BK D Peter Jönsson (2001-05)

1999-01; 2005-P

Tingsryds AIF D Anders Olsson (2001-04)

1999-01

First Division (Sweden) Asplöven HC F Daryl Bat (1999-2001)

2004-05

HC Örebro F Daryl Bat (1999-2001)

2005-06

2005-P

Fayetteville (Ark.) FireAntz D Mark Phenow (1999-2002)

Rögle BK D Peter Jönsson (2001-05)

1996-99

2004-06

Jacksonville (Fla.) Barracudas D Mark Phenow (1999-2002) G Kelly Shields (2002-03)

Tingsryds AIF D Anders Olsson (2001-04)

1996-99; 2005-06

2004-05 2004-05

European Elite Leagues Austrian League EC Graz D Jamie Mattie (2001-02)

2003-P

Elitserien (Sweden) Djurgårdens IF D Stefan Björk (1999-00)

1995-97

SM-liiga (Finland) JYP Jyväsylä D Jamie Mattie (2001-02)

2002-03

Utha Grizzlies F Brendan Cook (2001-05) F Rob Sirianni (2003-07)

2006-07 2007-P

Victoria (B.C.) Salmon Kings G Kelly Shields (2002-03)

2004-05

Wheeling (W.V.) Nailers F Riley Riddell (2001-04) Southern Professional Hockey League Columbus (Ga.) Cottonmouths F Riley Riddell (2001-04)

Pee Dee (S.C.) Cyclones G Kelly Shields (2002-03)

2004-05 SPHL

2005-P

United Hockey League Fort Wayne (Ind.) Komets G Kelly Shields (2002-03)

UHL 2003-05

Kalamazoo (Mich.) Wings F Rico Fatticci (1999-2001) D Mark Phenow (1999-2002)

2004-05 2002-03

Port Huron (Mich.) Beacons F Rico Fatticci (1999-2001)

2004-05

Quad City (Ill.) Mallards F Marty Goulet (1999-2003)

2003-04

Roanoke Valley (Va.) Vipers F Rico Fatticci (1999-2001)

2005-P

Rockford IceHogs G Grady Hunt (2000-04)

2004-05

World Hockey Association 2 Jacksonville (Fla.) Barracudas D Mark Phenow (1999-2002)

2003-04

SWE1

AUS

SEL

FIN

WHA2

2004, 2005 & 2008 College Hockey America Champions

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Bemidji State Hockey Traditions The School Colors

The BSU Logo

In Feb., 1920, an assembly hour was set aside for the selection of school colors. After the balloting on colors had resulted in a deadlock, Cyrillus Freeman, a student from Minneapolis, rose and commanded attention. “As we sat here discussing this question,” she said, “I happened to glance out the window. The sight that met my eyes was fresh, green pines silhouetted against pure white snow. What could be more appropriate than green and white?” This idea was accepted unanimously.

During the fall semester of 1998, campus-wide discussions were held on the need for new marks to represent the University as well as BSU athletics. The University marks at the time had been in place since 1974, with minor revisions in 1987, while no official athletic mascot, logo or image had been adopted for University use. A committee was formed and for the next academic year an audit and review were conducted on the school logo and athletics imagery to determine what images were being used to represent the institution. During the spring and summer of 1999, requests for proposals (RFP) were sought from outside firms to assist the university in this historic undertaking. The BSU coaching staffs took great interest in the efforts to produce the new Beaver logo. They desired an image that would represent pride and confidence while being gender-neutral and not appearing cartoonish in nature. The public relations firm of Russell & Herder of Brainerd was awarded the RFP for the logo project during the summer of 2000. For the remainder of 2000 and through early 2001, Russell & Herder helped oversee focus groups and surveys regarding the logo change. In Dec. 2000, preliminary logo designs were presented to the committee, and revisions were made until the time the new marks were formally adopted and officially unveiled March 28, 2001 at a ceremony on campus.

The Naming of the Beavers As President Deputy reviewed football practice one evening in May, 1932, he called the team into a huddle and raising his hands above their heads declared, “I christen this team the Beavers.” The name “Beavers” is symbolic of the silent, hard-working teams representing Bemidji State University.

Fight Song “Go Bemidji Beavers Go you green and white Go Bemidji Beavers Fight with all your might! Rah! Rah! Rah! We are here to cheer you We are out to bring you fame So go Bemidji Beavers Fight and win this game!”

Red-Line Swingers The World Famous Red Line Swingers pep band has provided music, entertainment and excitement for Bemidji State hockey for three decades. Open to all Bemidji State undergraduates and alumni, the Red Line Swingers accommodate 15-25 members annually. Formed in 1974 by then-head coach R.H. “Bob” Peters, the band is currently under the direction of faculty advisor Del Lyren.

Beaver Hockey Alumni

Bemidji State’s storied hockey legacy has led numerous BSU players to advance to the next level of hockey, representing the Beavers at the professional level or the United States in international competition. Bemidji State has produced five NHL players, including Joel Otto who won a Stanley Cup with the Calgary Flames in 1989. National Hockey League Jim McElmury Minnesota/Kansas City/Colorado Andrew Murray Columbus Joel Otto Calgary/Philadelphia Gary Sargent Los Angeles/Minnesota Dale Smedsmo Toronto

1972-78 2008-P 1984-98 1975-83 1972-73

United States National Team Charlie Brown Blane Comstock Bruce Falk Bryan Grand Jim McElmury Gary Sargent Gary Ross Joel Otto

1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1973 1976 1984

United States Olympic Team Charlie Brown Jim McElmury Blane Comstock Gary Ross Joel Otto

1972 (Silver) 1972 (Silver) 1976 (5th) 1976 (5th) 1998 (5th)

British Hockey League Greg Biskup Lee Valley/Trafford Dan Richards Trafford German First Division Mike Alexander Straubing EHC

1988-91 1990-91

1990-93

International Hockey League Dale Baldwin 1980-87 Fort Wayne Pat DeMarchi 1972-76 Muskegon/Port Huron/Virginia/Syracuse Jim Logan 1998-2001 Detroit/Michigan/Milwaukee

The 1972 Olympic team (left) trained in Bemidji from Aug.Sept. 1971 prior to competition in Sapporo, Japan. front row: Pete Sears, Keith Christianson, Murray Williamson, Hal Trumble, Tim Sheehy, Lefty Curran middle row: Buddy Kessel-Equipment, Bruce McIntosh, Jim McElmury, Larry Bader, Frank Sanders, Ron Naslund, Wally Olds, Charlie Brown, Tim Regan, Dr. Nagobads back row: Mark Howe, Craig Sarner, Tom Mellor, henry Boucha, Dick McGlynn, Kevin Ahearn, Robbie Ftorek, Stu Irving

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Bemidji, Minn. - First City on the Mississippi

The Bemidji area is home to a population of more than 30,000 and includes the Leech Lake, White Earth, and Red Lake Indian Reservations, and Lake Itasca, the headwaters to the Mississippi River. The City of Bemidji provides a focus for educational, business, and medical services. Recreational and cultural activities reflect a multicultural heritage that includes American Indian, European and Canadian influences. Bemidji is a “golden city” along the river’s bank, only miles from where the mighty Mississippi River begins its 2,552 mile journey to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, a city at the center of the legends of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. Bemidji’s natural beauty and bounty as a meeting or group tour destination is also enhanced with historic character. From world renown statues and architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to ancient earth mounds and burial grounds, the past takes an interesting turn in Bemidji. Bemidji’s waterfront is home to the world-famous statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Nearby is Bemidji’s Tourist Information Center. In addition to Paul Bunyan memorabilia, The Bunyan House features the Fireplace of States built with stones from every state in the U.S. and Canadian provinces. To the north, you’ll encounter Library Park and the statue of Bemidji’s founding Chief Bemidji, as well as the Community Arts Center in the Carnegie Building, also on the National Register. At the south end of Lake Bemidji is Nymore Beach, site of the Crookston Lumber Co. The burning of the mill in 1924 marked the end of the county’s logging era. On the way into Bemidji, you may cross over the historic Mississippi River Bridge, built in 1916. This structure is listed on the National Register as one of the earliest examples of a steel-reinforced concrete bridge. At the southern end of Minnesota Avenue lies the Great Northern Depot, completed in 1913. On the Historic Register, the Depot is the last early 20th century railroad building left in its original condition.

The Commercial Building on Third Street, built in 1910, is cited in the Architecture of Minnesota Guide as a successful prairie-style solution for a single-story building. Other examples of historic architecture include the Beltrami County Courthouse built in 1902. Across the street you’ll find the 1917 Colonial Revival-style former Post Office. Perhaps Bemidji’s best-known historic district is the eight-block section of Lake Boulevard. Once known as Bemidji’s “Gold Coast,” among the many venerable homes to be viewed is the Dr. Johnson House built in 1910 with a showcase garden. The Bacon House was also built in 1910, later used for a Catholic convent. An unusual log structure, the Fisk House was reconstructed log-by-log at the present site. Judge Fisk enjoyed entertaining many distinguished guests, including writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Further along you’ll find Warfield House, the 1912 home of the man who built Bemidji’s electric light plant. Two lady teachers resided at the 1930s Parker & Mangelsdorf House, also known for its large, informal gardens. Birchmont Drive displays two art deco classics built in 1937, one with a semicircular glass projection, is located at Bemidji State University, the only lakeshore campus in the state with architecture dating back to 1919. Located about midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul to the south and Winnipeg, Canada to the north, Bemidji has easy access by air, motor carrier, and automobile to metropolitan areas and international airports.

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Bemidji State University Goals

Bemidji State’s vision - Shaping Potential, Shaping Worlds - reflects the opportunities that approximately 5,000 students have each year at BSU to expand their talents and skill and to use their abilities in making an impact within their personal, professional, community and global spheres. It also exemplifies Bemidji State’s role in shaping students’ interests and talents while preparing them for the future.

History

Bemidji State began as a state Normal school in 1919, became a leading teachers’ college in the region, and achieved University status in 1975. Currently, BSU recognizes over 40,000 alumni.

Financial Aid / Scholarships

Eighty-two percent of students at Bemidji State receive some form of financial assistance. Over $16 million was awarded last year to students, including $6 million in grants and scholarships.

The only baccalaureate institution in northern Minnesota, Bemidji State offers 65 undergraduate major fields of study and 13 graduate programs housed in one of three major colleges: College of Arts & Sciences, College of Health Sciences and Human Ecology and the College of Business, Technology, and Communications. Quality education is a priority at BSU, as many programs have earned national acclaim. The accounting program ranks among the nation’s Top 10 in preparing students for the CPA examination, and scientific research has gained national exposure in a variety of fields.

Students / Faculty

While more than 86 percent of Bemidji State students come from Minnesota, the University attracts a broad and diverse student body from 35 states and 35 foreign nations. Through teaching and informed attention to the educational needs of students, the University seeks to instill the spark of openness and commitment for lifelong learning. In fact, many BSU faculty members continue to pursue knowledge as specialists and educators in their fields.

Location

Bemidji State University lies in the heart of the city of Bemidji, midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Winnipeg, deep within Minnesota’s lakes and forest region. With stands of pine, oak and birch reflecting the nearby presence of the northern woods, the east side of campus lines the shores of Lake Bemidji. The city of Bemidji, which serves a population of approximately 40,000, provides a regional focus for educational, business and medical services. Entertainment and activities include lively downtown Bemidji, shopping malls, theatre, art, downhill and cross country skiing and various forms of water recreation.

Facilities

The modern campus spans 89 acres on the shores of Lake Bemidji, including the Physical Education Complex which houses the John S. Glas Fieldhouse, host to several NCAA Championships. The BSU Gymnasium hosts the basketball and volleyball events, and a 3,000 square foot weight room, human performance labratory, indoor track, and tennis, racquetball and swimming areas complete the complex.Football fans can catch a spectacular view of Lake Bemidji through the east end zone of Chet Anderson Stadium.

Internships

Each year, students complete internships with the likes of the NASA space program in Houston, Texas, Disneyland, Compaq, Rubbermaid and a host of architectural firms.

Bemidji State University offers the following degree programs: Bachelor of Science Accounting Applied Psychology: Human Services Aquatic Biology Art (Teacher Licensure) Biology Business Administration Chemistry Community Health Computer Information Systems Computer Science Criminal Justice Design Technology Economics Elementary Education (Teacher Licensure) English (Teacher Licensure) Environmental Studies Geography German (Teacher Licensure) Health Education (Teacher Licensure) History Industrial Technology International Studies Life Science/Biology (Teacher Licensure) Life Science/Chemistry/Physics (Teacher Licensure) Marketing Communications Mass Communication Mathematics Mathematics (Teacher Licensure) Medical Technology Music (Teacher Licensure) Nursing Physical Education (Teacher Licensure) Physics Psychology Science (Teacher Licensure) Social Studies Social Work Spanish (Teacher Licensure) Technology Education (Teacher Licensure) Vocational Education (Bachelor of Science) Bachelor of Arts Art Biology Chemistry English Geography German History Humanities Indian Studies Industrial Technology Music Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Social Studies Sociology Spanish Sports Management Program Theatre Bachelor of Fine Arts Art Creative & Professional Writing Pre-Professional Programs Pre-Chiropractice Program Pre-Denistry Program Pre-Engineering Program Pre-Law Program Pre-Medicine Program Pre-Mortuary Science Program Pre-Nursing Program Pre-Occupational Therapy Program Pre-Optometry Program Pre-Pharmacy Program Pre-Physical Therapy Program Pre-Physician’s Assistant Program Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program Specialized Licensure Programs Devlopmental Adapted Physical Education Early Childhood Early Childhood Family Education Emotional/Behavioral Disorders Middle School Reading Secondary Developmental Reading Special Education Specific Learning Disabilities (Mild to Moderate Mentally Impaired ) Vocational Education

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Minors Not Included In Major Fields Anthropology Applied Public Policy Art History Chemical Dependency Earth Science Geology International Studies Ojibwe Outdoor Management Peace & Justice Studies Religious Studies Space Studies Women’s Studies

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Chet Anderson Stadium is home to BSU’s football and outdoor track and field programs. It is one of just three collegiate football stadiums in the nation with a lakeside setting.

BSU Baseball Field plays host to the Beaver baseball program in the spring. The stadium grandstand was completed for the 2002 season and the facility id currently undergoing a $170,000 renovation project including the installation of new dugouts and a Fair-Paly electronic LED scoreboard.

BSU Gymnasium is the home of BSU’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. The facility underwent a $150,000 floor replacement project prior to the 2005-06 season and will be home to new state-of-the-art Daktronics scoreboards in 2007-08.

Bemidji State’s softball program plays its home contests at the BSU Softball Field, adjacent to the baseball field. In the spring of 2008, the school will unveil a new permanent scoreboard at the facility.

John S. Glas Fieldhouse is the legendary home of BSU’s men’s and women’s ice hockey programs. BSU’s men have won five national championships in the building.

The BSU indoor track and tennis teams make their home in the Gillett Recreation and Fitness Center, one of the finest indoor facilities in the region. It is the annual host of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships and also serves as the campus recreational center.

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Beaver Pride: The Team Behind the Teams

Help Fill a Piece of the Puzzle Support BSU Student-Athlete Scholarships Join Beaver Pride Call (218) 755-2827 http://www.gobeaverpride.org Beaver Pride

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Media Services

Bemidji State provides extensive Internet information resources for those covering BSU ice men’s hockey and its other athletics programs. The BSU athletic media relations Web site contains schedules, rosters, updated statistics and some historical information from previous seasons. Print-quality photos of BSU players and coaches are also available for download. BSU’s weekly game-notes package is completed and made available on-line during the season, and are typically available Wednesday afternoon. BSU’s game notes are in Adobe PDF format and will be distributed via electronic means only (e-mail or Web). Due to the size of the release, it will not be regularly distributed via fax. Information on Bemidji State men’s ice hockey is available on other reputable web sites which cover college hockey: • http://www.collegehockeyamerica.com • http://www.collegehockeystats.net • http://www.uscho.com Official BSU athletics web site: • http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics Game-Day Services Gameday packages containing programs, line charts, game notes and other information will be available in the John S. Glas Fieldhouse press box prior to all home contests. Final statistics include an official NCAA box score and per-period shot charts. Game notes and quotes from coaches and selected players will also be available. Telephone, copier and fax services are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is wireless Internet service in the John Glas Fieldhouse. In addition, media requiring post-game Internet access are welcome to use the BSU athletic media relations offices in the adjoining Gillett Recreation/Fitness Center. Credentials / Pass List Season credentials will be issued to all media covering the Beavers on a regular basis. For single-game passes and credentials, contact the BSU office of athletic media relations no less than 24 hours before the scheduled starting time of the event. Credential requests must be submitted via fax on official letterhead. Credentials will be issued only to representatives of an accredited media outlet who will be working in an official capacity to cover a BSU athletic event. No credentials will be issued to friends, spouses, children or other family members. Credentials remain the property of Bemidji State University and may be revoked at any time. Professional Scouts By NCAA regulation, persons in attendance at a Bemidji State hockey contest for the purpose of scouting players for professional leagues or franchises must purchase a ticket in order to gain access to the contest. Scouts will be provided with a pass which will give them access to the press box for the purpose of obtaining line charts and statistics. Requests for these passes must be made through Director of Athletic Media Relations Brad Folkestad. Practice Bemidji State’s daily practice sessions are open to the media. Please contact Brad Folkestad if you wish to attend. Interview Policies All player interviews outside of post-game and practice time must be arranged through the BSU office of athletic media relations. Player interviews are typically arranged during early-afternoon hours before the team has its afternoon practice. For interviews with coaches, contact the athletic media relations office at (218) 755-4603. By NCAA rule, no player interviews will be available on gameday until the conclusion of that day’s contest. Contact the office of athletic media relations with questions or for assistance. Directions to John Glas Fieldhouse Highway 2 passes through Bemidji east-west, and Highway 71 is the main north-south thoroughfare. Each leads to Bemidji Avenue/Paul Bunyan Drive. Follow Bemidji Avenue / Paul Bunyan Drive to 19th Street; the John S. Glas Fieldhouse is on the corner of 19th Street and Paul Bunyan Drive, directly across the street from Slumberland Furniture.

Who Are Boosters?

You are considered a booster or a representative of Bemidji State University Athletics interests if you: • Participated in or are currently a member of any athletics department booster group, including Beaver Pride • Have made a donation to the athletic program • Have assisted or been asked to assist with recruiting of prospective student athletes • Have assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student athletes or families • Have helped to promote BSU athletics or BSU athletic interests in any way Once a person has become identified as a booster to BSU they retain that identity indefinitely even if they no longer support the athletics program.

Who Are Prospective Student-Athletes?

The NCAA defines a “prospect” as anyone who has started classes for the ninth grade. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospect if the institution provides any financial assistance or other benefits not provided to any prospective student.

What Are Permissible Activities by Boosters?

The following are activities that BSU boosters can participate in: • May attend events such as contests or banquets where prospects are present so long as the booster is there on their own initiative. Boosters are NOT able to contact prospects or prospect’s relatives at such events. • Boosters CAN inform BSU coaches of prospects in their area by contacting the BSU staff and/or sending newspaper clippings about the prospect. • Boosters may arrange employment for prospects. Prospects may not start the job until after completion of their senior year in high school, and compensation must be based on actual work performed at a normal rate. • Boosters can continue to establish family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contacts with prospects are permitted as long as they are NOT for recruiting purposes and are NOT initiated by BSU staff members.

Sarah Levesque Compliance Coordinator

Sara Anderson Compliance G,A.

BSU Athletics Compliance Office 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, Box 29 Bemidji, MN 56601 Compliance Coordinator Sarah Levesque phone: (218) 755-2142 fax: (218) 755-3898 e-mail: slevesqque@bemidjistate.edu Compliance Graduate Assistant Sara Anderson phone: (218) 755-2771 e-mail: slanderson@bemidjistate.edu

What is a Contact? What is Considered Recruiting?

Contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or their parents/guardians and a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) during which dialogue occurs in excess of a greeting. Recruiting is any solicitation of a prospect or the prospect’s relatives by a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) for the purpose of securing the prospect’s enrollment and eventual participation in the BSU intercollegiate athletics program.

info.bemidjistate.edu/sports

The official Web site of the Bemidji State University Office of athletic Media Relations, www.bemidjistate. edu/athletics contains all the information you need to assist with your coverage of Bemidji State men’s ice hockey or any of the other 16 varsity intercollegiate sports offered at BSU. The Web site contains typical schedule and roster information, biographical sketches of the Beavers and the coaching staff, comprehensive statistical information and news release archives. Additionally, information from previous seasons is archived and remains available on the Web site, providing a valuable research tool for media or others covering the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey program. Season stats are available for BSU’s entire Division I era, beginning with the 1999-2000 season, and small-college era statistics are currently available back to the 1997-98 season. More information is being added to the archive sections of the web site on a frequent basis, so if you cannot find what you’re looking for check back or contact the athletic media relations office for assistance. Also available at the site are complete media guides for men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, football and volleyball in Adobe PDF format. available in the archives.

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BSU Hockey Media Outlets Local Print

• Bemidji Pioneer Phone Fax 1320 Washington Ave, SE Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.bemidjipioneer.com Jim Carrington (editor) John McRae (hockey beat) Eric Strongren

Regional Print (218) 333-9200 (218) 333-9819

sports@bemidjipioneer.com jmcrae@bemidjipioneer.com estromgren@bemidjipioneer.com

• The Northern Student Phone Fax Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601

(218) 755-2987 (218) 755-3757 or 2913

Local Television

• KAWE/KAWB-TV (Lakeland Public Television) Phone (218) 751-0085 or (800) 292-0922 Fax (218) 759-0460 or (800) 861-7544 Lakeland News Bemidji State University, Box 9 Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.lakelandptv.org Dennis Weimann (news director) dweimann@lakelandptv.org TBA (sports director) sports@lakelandptv.org • KBSU TV-17 (local hockey telecast production) Phone (218) 755-2402 Fax (218) 755-2402 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601 Scott Williams (play-by-play) scottw1000@charter.net Eric Monsrud (analyst) monzie34@hotmail.com Virgil Bakken (advisor) vbakken@bemidjistate.edu

Local Radio

• R.P. Broadcasting, Inc. (BSU radio flagship) Phone (218) 751-7777 Fax (218) 759-0658 2115 Washington Ave.; Bemidji, MN 56601 TalkRadio 1360 am (radio home for BSU football) MIX 103.7 fm (radio home for BSU hockey) Dan Voss (general manager) dvoss@kkbj.com Brian Schultz (sports director) bschultz@kkbj.com Brian Bissonnette (analyst) bbissonnette@paulbunyan.net • Paul Bunyan Broadcasting, Inc. Phone (218) 444-1500 Fax (218) 751-8091 502 Beltrami Avenue Bemidji, MN 56601 Kevin Jackson (sports director) kjackson@pbbroadcasting.com Moose Richards moosenb@paulbunyan.net Scott Williams scottw1000@charter.net • FM90 (BSU student radio) Phone Fax Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601

• Duluth News-Tribune Phone Fax e-mail 424 W. First Street Duluth, MN 55802 http://www.duluthnews.com Kevin Pates • Fargo Forum Phone Fax e-mail 101 5th Street North Fargo, ND 58102 http://www.in-forum.com Brian Peterson • Grand Forks Herald Phone Toll-free Fax P.O. Box 6008 Grand Forks, ND 58206 http://www.gfherald.com Kevin Fee • Minneapolis Star-Tribune Phone Fax 425 Portland Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55488 http://www.startribune.com Rachel Blount Joel Rippel

(800) 456-8181 (218) 723-5314 sports@duluthnews.com

kpates@duluthnews.com (701) 235-7311 (701) 241-5487 sports@forumcomm.com

bpete@forumcomm.com (710) 780-1100, x243 (800) 477-6572 (701) 795-4603

• Minn. Associated Press Phone Toll-free Fax 511 11th Avenue S. (404) Minneapolis, MN 55415

(612) 332-2727 (800) 552-7250 (612) 342-5299

• Minn. News Network Radio Phone Toll free Fax 100 N. 6th St. Suite 476A Minneapolis, MN 55403 • Let’s Play Hockey Phone Fax e-mail East 42nd Street Minneapolis, MN 55406

(612) 321-7211 (800) 879-3462 (612) 321-7222

612-729-0023 612-729-0259 2721 editor@letsplayhockey.com

National Outlets kfee@gfherald.com (800) 829-8742 (612) 673-7774

rblount@startribune.com jrippel@startribune.com

• St. Paul Pioneer Press Phone Fax 345 Cedar State St. Paul, MN 55101

(612) 228-5516 (612) 228-5527

Regional Television

• KVLY-TV (Ch. 11; Fargo, N.D.) Phone (701) 237-5211 or (800) 450-5844 Fax: (701) 237-5396 P.O. Box 1878 Fargo, ND 58103 (sports director) • WDIO-TV (Ch. 13; Duluth, Minn.) Phone: (218) 727-6865 Fax: (218) 727-2318 or (218) 727-4415 10 Observation Road Duluth, MN 55811 Tyler Jacobson (sports director) tjacobson@wdio.com

• USA Today Online Edition Phone Fax 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 http://www.usatoday.com

(800) 872-3410 (703) 276-5505

• ESPN http://www.espn.com

National Hockey • U.S. College Hockey Online http://www.uscho.com Jason Moy (GM) Matt Mackinder also...

gm@uscho.com chawriter@uscho.com makindermedia@yahoo.com

• Inside College Hockey http://www.insidecollegehockey.com Nate Ewell nate@insidecollegehockey.com Mike Eidelbes mike@insidecollegehockey.com • USA College Hockey Magazine phone (781) 934-5888 web http://www.usacollegehockey.com 145 Temple Street Duxbury, MA 02332 Brian McDonough • American Hockey Coaches Association web http://www.ahcahockey.com

(218) 755-4120/2059 (218) 755-4119

Radio R.P. Broadcasting, Inc.

R. P. Broadcasting of Bemidji has been only flagship radio home Bemidji State University athletics has known, serving as BSU’s radio outlet since 1999. Since the begining of 2006-07, Bemidji State men’s ice hockey has made its home on MIX 103.7 FM, giving the Beavers unprecedented coverage northcentral Minnesota. Additionally, all game broadcasts will be streamed live over the Internet via KKBJ’s web site (http://www.kkbj.com/sports.html). Broadcasts are available by using any mp3 player. Voice of the Beavers Brian Schultz enters his fifth year behind the mic and Brian Bissonette provides color commentary for BSU home games. Radio and Internet coverage of BSU men’s ice hockey begins 40 minutes prior to the drop of the puck with a comprehensive pregame show, featuring interviews with BSU players, coaches and others involved with the school’s athletics programs, as well as analysis and insights on the coming game.

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Statewide Outlets

TV Charter Communications

In 2003, Bemidji State athletics entered a new era of media coverage, partnering with Charter Communications to provide live coverage for BSU home athletics events each year exclusively to Bemidji-area customers on Charter cable systems channel 17. KBSU, Bemidji State’s campus television station, will continue its longstanding tradition of producing BSU athletics telecasts. In addition to the full home schedule of BSU men’s hockey, KBSU will also produce BSU’s full schedule of home football games and a selection of men’s and women’s basketball and a selection of volleyball contests in 2008-09. In total, KBSU and Charter have a nearly 50-game schedule on tap, giving BSU unparalleled media coverage for its intercollegiate programs. Local radio personality Scott Williams, recognized as one of the region’s preeminent on-air talents, returns for his ninth seasons to handle play-by-play duties for all KBSU-produced football, basketball and men’s hockey television broadcasts. Former BSU captain Eric Monsrud provides expert commentary for men’s ice hockey.

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Bemidji State Administration

Dr. Jon Quistgaard President, Bemidji State University University of Arizona (1970)

Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard became the ninth president of Bemidji State University in August, 2001. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees named him to the position in late May, 2001 following a national search. A member of the BSU community for 29 years, he had served since 1997 as the vice president for academic and student affairs. As the chief academic officer of the institution, he was responsible for academic programming in three colleges, integrative studies, distance learning, academic services, international student services, counseling, career services, the

Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics North Dakota State University (1989)

A new era in Bemidji State University athletics began July 13, 2001 when Dr. Rick Goeb was named BSU‘s first full-time director of intercollegiate athletics. Goeb directs a 17-sport varsity athletics program at BSU with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s ice hockey and 15 Division II sports. Beaver athletics has undergone dramatic changes in Goeb’s tenure, having seen more than a dozen positions created or filled with new hires - including head coaches for women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, women’s golf, tennis and volleyball - and the hiring of BSU’s first full-time associate athletics director/senior women administrator. In Goeb’s seven years overseeing BSU athletics, the program has entered one of the best all-around eras in the program’s history. Men’s ice hockey has won three College Hockey America regular-season titles, two tournament titles and made its first Division I NCAA Tournament appearance; the football team captured its first conference championship in over 40 years; men’s basketball won its first NSIC Championship in decades and advanced to its first-ever NCAA Tournament; women’s basketball hosted and won its first-ever NSIC playoff game; indoor track won its first-ever NSIC Championship;

Brad Folkestad Director of Athletic Media Relations Bemidji State University (2001)

Brad Folkestad is in his seventh year in the Bemidji State University Athletic Media Relations Office. As its Director he oversees all publicity and media relations operations for BSU’s 17-sport athletics department, and directly handles the university’s football, men’s hockey, golf and track and field programs. Entering his ninth year in the athletic media relations field, Folkestad promoted to Director of Athletic Media Relations in 2007. Folkestad has spent seven years of his professional career at BSU. Starting with a two-year stint as a graduate assistant in 2002, he returned as the Assistant SID in the fall of 2004 after a one-year assignment in the same capacity at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

American Indian Resource Center, and student development programs. Quistgaard began his association with BSU in 1979 as an admissions representative. He became the director of admissions and advising in 1980; was named the dean of undergraduate admissions and graduate studies in 1988; served as acting vice president for academic and student affairs from 1993-94; and was the associate vice president for academic affairs and dean of academic services from 1994-1997. Quistgaard is an active presenter on the national level in the areas of continuous quality improvement, challenges in higher education, planning, assessment models, and transforming higher education. He received a doctorate in political science from the University of Arizona, where he also earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees in government.

men’s and women’s golf have made NCAA regional appearances with both full teams and individual performers. BSU athletics has also assembled a strong academic reputation under Goeb’s leadership. Men’s hockey has set a CHA single-season record for number of Academic All-CHA performers four times and produced the 2005 CHA Student-Athlete of the Year; women’s ice hockey posted three consecutive WCHA Student-Athletes of the Year from 2002-04; and nearly two dozen BSU student-athletes have been recognized on the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V Team with four Academic All-America honorees. Goeb came to Bemidji State after six years as senior associate athletics director at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. At Fairbanks, Goeb served as NCAA compliance officer, monitored academic eligibility and acted as the liaison for booster clubs. Prior to his position at Fairbanks, Goeb spent two years as an administrator at North Dakota. Goeb also served as the head wrestling coach at St. Cloud State from 1990-93 when he was an instructor in physical education and a facility coordinator; was the strength and conditioning coach at Northern Colorado from 1989-’90; and served as an assistant wresting coach at North Dakota State from 1988-’89. Originally from Anoka, Minn., Goeb received his undergraduate degree at North Dakota State, where he was also a Division II national wrestling champion. Goeb earned his master’s from Northern Colorado and doctorate from North Dakota. He and his wife Carol have two daughters, Amber and Anne and a son, Jordan.

In addition to serving as the men’s and women’s basketball contact during each of first four years in the field, Folkestad’s interests and experience in collegiate basketball run deep. He has volunteered at numerous conference, regional and national tournaments including the 2003 and 2006 NCAA Division I Men’s Midwest Regional Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn., the 2005 NCAA Division II Elite Eight in Grand Forks, N.D. an the 2003 NCAA Division II Women’s Frozen Four. He is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and has been recognized for excellence in publications on a number of occasions including a Ninth in the Nation finish for his 2005 BSU Volleyball Media Guide. Folkestad, 30, received his bachelor’s degree in communication from BSU in 2001 and continues to work toward a master’s degree in sports studies. He resides in Bemidji, Minn. with his wife Lisa and their children Tim, Nicole, Carly, Mackenna and Baylor.

Bemidji State AMR Staff Director Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State, 2001) football, men’s hockey (218) 755-4603 bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant Director Troy Berneking (Minn.-Crookston, 2004) volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball (218) 755-2763 tberneking@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant Cedrique Flemming (Kansas State, 2007) women’s ice hockey, soccer, softball (218) 755-2763 cflemming@bemidjistate.edu

Student Assistants Tim Evans Alayna Skibness Eric Story Kellen Noga Garret Kollin

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BSU Athletics Staff Directory

Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics

Sarah Levesque Assoc. Athletic Director Sr. Women Administrator Compliance Coordinator

Deb Slough Office Manager

Brad Folkestad Sports Information Director

Bill Crews Head Trainer

Vance Balstad Ice Rink Manager

Justin Enfield Equipment Manager

Laurie Bitter Head Coach Volleyball

Jim Stone Head Coach Women’s Soccer

Jeff Tesch Head Coach Football

Tom Serratore Head Coach Men’s Ice Hockey

Steve Sertich Head Coach Women’s Ice Hockey

Matt Bowen Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Mike Curfman Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Bucky Beaver Mascot

Craig Hougen Head Coach Track & Field / XC

Don NIskanen Head Coach Men’s Golf

Krissi Super Head Coach Women’s Golf

Toby Palmiscno Head Coach Women’s Tennis

Tim Bellew Head Coach Baseball

Jeremy Popp Head Coach Softball

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Dr. Rick Goeb, Athletics Director Sarah Levesque, Associate AD, Compliance/SWA Debbie Slough, Athletics Administrative Assistant Brad Folkestad, Director Athletic Media Relations Troy Berneking, Assistant Director Cedrique Flemming, Graduate Assistant Bill Crews, Head Athletic Trainer Corinne Dauksavage, Ass’t Trainer TBA, Ass’t Trainer Vance Balstad & Justin Enfield, Equip. Mgrs Jeff Tesch; HC, Football Rich Jahner, Assoc. HC, Football Brent Bolte, Ass’t Football Coach Eric Medberry, Ass’t Football Coach Matt Bowen; HC, Men’s Basketball Jeremy Tiers, Ass’t MBB Coach

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Coaching Staff

Laurie Bitter; HC, Volleyball Tim Bellew; HC, Baseball Steve Sertich; HC, Women’s Hockey Heather Ferrell, Ass’t WIH Coach Shane Veenker, Ass’t WIH Coach Tom Serratore; HC, Men’s Hockey Bert Gilling, Ass’t MIH Coach Ted Belisle, Ass’t MIH Coach Mike Curfman; HC, Women’s Basketball Krissi Super, Ass’t WBB/HC, Women’s Golf Craig Hougen; HC, Track & Field Jim Stone; HC, Soccer Toby Palmiscno; HC, Tennis Don Niskanen; HC, Men’s Golf Jeremy Popp; HC Softball

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2008-09 Beaver Hockey Media Guide

http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics/sports/mhockey/history/2008-09/08-09mihmg  

http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics/sports/mhockey/history/2008-09/08-09mihmg.pdf