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Men’s Hockey 2009-10 CHRISMCKELVIE

BRADHUNT

SOPHOMORE D

SENIOR F

MATTREAD JUNIOR F

Bemidji State University 2010 Postseason Media Guide


Bemidji State Hockey Current Record

Overall CHA Home Away Neutral Overtime

23-8-3 14-3-1 12-3-0 10-4-3 1-1-0 3-1-3

2009-10 Schedule

Date O 9 © O10 © O23 O24 O31 N1 N6 © N7 © N14 F N15 F N20 © N21 © N27 N28 D4 © D5 © D11 © D12 © J2 J3 J15 J16 J22 © J23 J29 © J30 © F12 F13 F19 © F20 © F26 F27 M5 M6 M 12 M 13 C

at at at at at at 1 1 at at at at at at at at at at at 2 2

Opponent (RV) Air Force W, 3-1 (RV) Air Force W, 7-3 Northern Michigan T, 3-3 (ot) Northern Michigan W, 5-0 • Ala.-Huntsville W, 2-1 (ot) • Ala.-Huntsville W, 2-1 (ot) • Robert Morris W, 2-0 • Robert Morris W, 6-1 Minnesota L, 1-4 Minnesota W, 6-2 • Ala.-Huntsville W, 6-1 • Ala.-Huntsville W, 6-3 (1) Miami (Ohio) W, 3-2 Ohio State L, 1-2 (ot) • Niagara W, 8-2 • Niagara W, 3-2 Minnesota State L, 1-5 Minnesota State L, 2-3 Western Michigan T, 0-0 (ot) Western Michigan W, 3-0 • Niagara L, 4-6 • Niagara W, 4-3 Minnesota Dultuh W, 4-1 Minnesota Duluth W, 5-4 (ot) • Robert Morris W, 5-1 • Robert Morris L, 2-5 • Robert Morris L, 2-5 • Robert Morris W, 5-2 • Niagara W, 3-2 • Niagara W, 6-1 (RV) Nebraska-Omaha W, 3-1 (RV) Nebraska-Omaha L, 2-3 • Ala.-Huntsville W, 3-2 • Ala.-Huntsville T, 2-2 Niagara - CHA Semifinal 6 pm CHA Championship-3rd Place 3/7 pm

All Times Local Subject to change without notice

Schedule Key

• CHA regular-season game 1 Subway Holiday Classic; Grand Forks, N.D. 2 CHA Tournament; Lewiston, N.Y. (x) opponent national ranking (USA Today poll) x/ opponent tournament seed

Television Key

© Midcontinent Communications (Bemidji only) ® Midcontinet Cable (multi-market, Minnesota only) F FSN North C CBS College Sports

No. 8 Bemidji State and Niagara clash in CHA Semifinal Beavers look to extend two-game tournament winning streak

Setting the Scene

Bemidji State

Niagara

23-8-3; 14-3-1 CHA

11-19-4; 6-10-2 CHA

Beavers

Purple Eagles

IN the polls

IN the polls

8 USCHO/CSTV 8 USAToday/USA Hockey 10 Inside College Hockey

nr USCHO/CSTV nr USAToday/USA Hockey nr Inside College Hockey

2009-10 Leaders

2009-10 Leaders

Goals: Matt Read 19 Assists: Brad Hunt 24 Points: Matt Read 19-21=40 Goals Against Avg: Mathiue Dugas 2.03

Goals: Ryan Oldis 13 Assists: Chris Moran 31 Points: Chris Moran 8-31=39 Goals Against Avg: Adam Avramenko 3.01

Date: March 12-13, 2010 Location: Lewiston, N.Y. Time: 7:00 p.m. / 4 or 8:00 p.m. (EST) Venue: Dwyer Arena Size / Capacity: 200x85 / 2,100 Local Radio: KKBJ FM Mix 103.7 Play-by-play: Brian Schultz Internet Audio: www.kkbjfm.com Local Television: Championship Game CBS College Sports Webcast: http://www.b2livetv.com

Player to Watch Bemidji State’s leading scorer Matt Read enters the tournament with 19-21=40 points overall to lead all CHA players. The junior has scored in a six consecutive games (5-3=8) as post season play begins. The streak is a season-high and sits a single point from his career-long scoring string established Mar. 6, 2009 - April 9, 2009--during the Beavers’ magical postseason run to the Frozen Four.

The Match up

The No. 8 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey opens the 2010 postseason this weekend along with University of Alabama-Huntsville, Niagara University and Robert Morris University to write the final chapter in College Hockey America (CHA) history. The teams will meet on the banks of Niagara Falls for the last CHA Tournament. The league that gave each member team a launching pad into the highest level of collegiate hockey will supply one team with an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament and a shot at a national championship. In semifinal action, No. 2 Robert Morris will battle No. 3 Ala.-Huntsville at 2 p.m. (CST) to open the 2010 event. In the nightcap, top-ranked BSU will attempt to take its first step toward defend its 2009 tournament title in a match up with No. 4 Niagara at Dwyer Arena. The 2010 CHA regular-season champion Beavers (23-8-3; 14-3-1 CHA) have spent 20 consecutive weeks ranked among the nation’s top 15 NCAA Division I teams and open tournament play 5-0-1 in its last six games versus CHA competition. The team enters the weekend with 23 wins, leaving it one victory shy of setting a new BSU Division I-era mark for wins, surpassing the 2004-05 squads 23-win season. The Beavers open tournament play after a three-point weekend at Ala.-Huntsville to wrap up the 2009-10 regularseason. The Beavers rallied to take the series opener, 3-2 before settling for a 2-2 draw Saturday evening. Niagara begins postseason play after posting an 11-19-4 record overall, while it tied Ala.-Huntsville for third in the CHA standings with a 6-10-2 mark in league play. The Purple Eagles seem to be coming together at the right time. Winners of four of their last five contest, NU has been tough on its home ice pulling off wins in three of its last four home contests.

The Rivalry

The Bemidji State/Niagara series got its start Nov. 5, 1999--just the Beavers’ third series playing at the NCAA Division I level. In a series featuring teams that have won the CHA crown each of the last six seasons and have finished one-two in the last four, BSU enters the 2010 semifinal owning a 22-21-8 lead over NU all-time. In the last 20 meetings between the teams, BSU has been beaten by NU just five times (11-5-4). Already 5-1-0 versus the Purple Eagles in 2009-10, the Beavers will look for their six win over NU on its home ice, where BSU is 8-14-3 all-time. In CHA Tournament play, BSU and NU have met on three occasions with the Purple Eagles holding a 2-1 record in the tournament rivalry.

The Unparalleled Tradition

The 2009-10 season represents the 11th at the NCAA Division I level, and the 54th year of intercollegiate competition, for a BSU program which has assembled one of the finest traditions in all of American collegiate sports. u BSU owns 13 NAIA, NCAA Division II and NCAA Division III national titles. u The Beavers have captured 22 conference titles in 54 seasons of intercollegiate competition. u BSU won the CHA regular-season championship in 2003-2004 and 2004-2005, becoming the league’s first repeat regularseason titlest and has captured the last three championships consecutively (2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10). BSU has also won CHA Tournament titles in 2005, 2006, and 2009 en route to participating in the NCAA Tournament. u In 2009, the Beavers became the first No. 16 seed ever to reach the Frozen Four. In just its 10th year of competition at the NCAA Division I level, only Denver reached hockey’s grandest stage faster. u BSU has developed six NHL players, six Olympians and 81 All-America honorees. u BSU has compiled an all-time record of 966-466-85 (.665) in 1,517 games and has the highest all-time winning percentage of the 58 programs which currently comprise NCAA Division I ice hockey.

Beaver Hockey 2009-10 game notes


Bemidji State Hockey General Notes

Standings & Rankings 2009-10 CHA Standings Overall

CHA

W

L T W

L

T Pts

uBemidji St

23

8 3 14

3

1 29

Robert Morris

10 18 5

6

9

3 15

Ala.-Huntsville

10 17 3

6 10

2 14

Niagara 11 19 4 Through Mar. 8, 2010

6 10

2 14

USCHO.com

Inside College Hockey

USA Today/ USAHM

Ala.-Huntsville

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nr

nr

uBemidji St.

8

8

10

Niagara

nr

nr

nr

Robert Morris

nr

nr

nr

BSU vs CHA

Team Series CHAa CHAb Ala-Huntsville 31-27-4 28-20-4 4-2 Niagara 22-21-8 21-19-8 1-2 Robert Morris 18-10-2 17-9-2 1-1 Wayne St. (Mich.) 26-9-5 23-8-5 1-1 Air Force* - 19-4-2 2-0 Findlay* - 12-5-3 2-0 Army* - 2-0-0 0-0 TOTAL 98-66-19 120-65-24 11-6 .579 .627 .647 * former member a- CHA regular season only b- CHA Tournament only

All-Time CHA Standings Team

Record

Pct

Pts

122-65-24 .612

270

Niagara

116-66-29 .637

262

Ala-Huntsville

105-87-20 .570

227

Wayne State*

62-78-20 .438

137

Air Force*

39-83-11 .335

97

Robert Morris

41-59-17 .419

98

27-62-9 .321

65

1-9-0 .100

4

Findlay* Army*

def. Ala.-Huntsville def. Robert Morris

Saturday, March 6: • Bemidji State • Niagara

3-2 3-1

tied Ala.-Huntsville 2-2 (ot) def. Robert Morris 4-2

• College Hockey America game

The Beavers are coming off another successful College Hockey America campaign pulling down their fifth regular-season title in seven years with a 14-3-1 record in 2009-10. In the last seven seasons, no NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey team has a better winning percentage in league play than the Beaver’s .721 mark (92-32-12) versus the CHA, which includes a 14-3-1 mark in 2009-10.

BSU’s CHA Finishes 1999-00 8-8-1 2000-01 4-12-3 2001-02 8-7-4 2002-03 10-6-4 2003-04 16-3-1 2004-05 16-4-0 2005-06 12-7-1 2006-07 9-6-5 2007-08 13-4-3 2008-09 12-5-1 u 2009-10 14-3-1

3rd 6th 2nd t-3rd 1st 1st t-2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st

Preseason All-CHA

This season the Beavers had two players picked to the six-member squad. Forward Matt Read and defenseman Brad Hunt, both First-Team All-CHA picks last winter, were named 2009-10 Preseason All-CHA with Read pulling down Preseason Player of the Year laurels.

Our share of OT

Extending their Mar. 6 game at Ala.-Huntsville to overtime, the Beavers have now played seven overtime games in 2009-10, marking its most since playing in six in 2005-06. In the 11 years since the Beavers moved to Division I, they have escaped overtime with at least a tie in 76.4-percent (55) of the 72 games that have needed extra time to decide the outcome. Since March 11, 2006, BSU is 8-2-11 in games extended to sudden death, including a 3-1-3 mark in extra-time games in 2009-10.

Division I-Era Overtime Record

Year 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 u2009-10 Total

GP 5 6 5 15 5 8 7 6 4 4 7 68

Record 2-2-1 0-2-4 0-0-5 4-3-8 0-2-3 4-3-1 1-3-3 1-0-5 1-0-3 2-1-1 3-1-3 18-17-37

Oh captain, My Captain

Senior forward Chris McKelvie (New Brighton, Minn.) will captain the Beavers during 2009-08 campaign. Senior defenseman Kyle Hardwick (Warroad, Minn.) and junior forward Matt Read (Ilderton, Ontario) will have the “A” on their jerseys designating them as assistant captains.

* former member Recently in the CHA Friday, March 5:

Bemidji State wrapped up its 2008-09 CHA campaign, its 10th as a member of the NCAA Division I ranks, with a record of 12-5-1 to gain its fourth CHA regular-season title in the last six seasons. A pair of wins in the CHA Tournament and two more in the Midwest Regional guaranteed Tom Serratore and his gang it’s seventh consecutive season with a record of .500 or better as it finished at 20-16-1 overall--the team’s fourth 20-win season under Serratore.

CHA success

Polls thorugh Mar. 8, 2010

• Bemidji State • Niagara

u Bemidji State’s Tom Serratore (Bemidji State ‘86) is in his ninth season in his current post at BSU and has an overall record of 163-126-32 (.558). He has directed the Beavers to seven consecutive seasons of at least .500 hockey. Serratore’s teams have won CHA Regular-Season Championships five times in the last seven years and made trips to the NCAA Tournament in 2005, 2006 and 2009 after conference tournament titles, with a 2009 appearance in the Frozen Four. He is a four-time CHA Coach of the Year recipient and was Spencer Penrose National Coach of the Year Runner-up in 2009. uIn his ninth season at Niagara, Dave Burkholder has led the Purple Eagles to a pair of CHA regular-season titles, two CHA Tournament crowns and two trips to the NCAA Tournament while posting an overall record of 155-140-32 (.522).

BSU caps 2008-09 at 20-16-1

National Polls

uBemidji State

National Polls

The Coaches

Beaver scoring by class

As could be expected from any team, the Beavers’ scoring output was headlined in BSU scoring by class 2008-09 by its upper classmen...but not Juniors 50g 51a 101 pts by much. The seniors led the charge with Sophomores 31g 61a 92 pts 50-52=102 points, but it was the freshFreshmen 20g 38a 58 pts man that gave BSU a boost in scoring toSeniors 16g 31a 47 pts talling 25-48=73 points to finish second. -through 3/8/10 The class may be a year older in 2009-10, but the trend remains the same. Now sophomores, the class sits second on the team in scoring with 31-61=92 points, while the juniors lead with 50-51=101.

Keep ’em under two

In 2009-10 when BSU has allowed its opponents two-or-fewer goals, it is 19-1-2. Through 34 games, BSU sits fourth the nation in scoring defense, allowing a meager 2.18 goals per game, while giving up 2.22 in 18 CHA contests.

Three is the magic Number

USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine • Week 22: Mar. 8, 2010 Team Pts LW 1 uMiami 497 (21) 2 2 Denver 489 (13) 1 3 Wisconsin 432 3 4 Boston College 400 5 5 North Dakota 366 7 6 Yale 336 6 7 St. Cloud State 307 4 8 Bemidji State 272 8 9 Cornell 236 9 10 New Hampshire 181 10 11 Michigan State 165 11 12 Alaska 154 13 13 Ferris State 82 14 14 uMinnesota Duluth 74 12 15 Colorado College 29 15

rec 24- 5-7 25- 7-4 22- 9-4 21-10-3 20-11-5 19- 7-3 20-11-5 23- 8-3 17- 8-4 16-11-7 19-11-6 18- 9-9 19-11-6 20-15-1 18-15-3

Others receiving votes: uNebraska Omaha 16, uNorthern Michigan 13, Union 13, RIT 10, Massachusetts Lowell 4, Vermont 2, Maine 1, UMass 1. LW= last week u2009-10 opponents

U.S. College Hockey Online / CBS • Week 22: Mar. 8, 2010

Team Rec Pts 1 Denver (26) 25- 7-4 976 2 uMiami (24) 24- 5-7 972 3 Wisconsin 22- 9-4 881 4 Boston College 21-10-3 827 5 North Dakota 20-11-5 779 6 Yale 19- 7-3 732 7 St. Cloud State 20-11-5 703 8 Bemidji State 23- 8-3 644 9 Cornell 17- 8-4 587 10 Michigan State 19-11-6 528 11 New Hampshire 16-11-7 497 12 Alaska 18- 9-9 437 13 Ferris State 19-11-6 406 14 uMinnesota Duluth 20-15-1 367 15 Colorado College 18-15-3 261 16 uNorthern Michigan 17-11-8 205 17 Union 18-10-6 178 18 uNebraska-Omaha 20-14-6 170 19 Vermont 15-12-7 114 20 Mass.-Lowell 18-14-4 79

LW 1 2 3 5 7 6 4 8 9 11 10 14 13 12 15 19 18 20 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Maine 47, RIT 36, Boston 24, Michigan 22, UMass 17, uMinnesota 9, Colgate 2. LW= last week u2009-10 opponents

Poll Superlatives

USCHO Weeks in Poll (2009-10) Weeks in Poll (all time) Weeks Ranked (2009-10) Weeks Ranked (all-time) Highest Ranking Most Points

21 104 20 32 4 (12/7/09) 843 (12/7/09)

USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine Weeks in Poll (2009-10) 22 Weeks in Poll (all time) 46 Weeks Ranked (2009-10) 19 Weeks Ranked (all-time) 24 Highest Ranking 4 (11/30/09 & 12/7/09) Most Points 398 (12/7/09)

In 2009-10, three goals seems to be a threshold for Bemidji State. BSU is 20-1-1 when posting at least three goals and 4-7-1 when allowing its rivals three or more.

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Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey Media Information BSU Athletic Media Relations 1500 Birchmont Drive NE #29 Bemidji, MN 56601

uBrad Folkestad, Director office (218) 755-4603 cell (218) 308-1115 fax (218) 755-3898 e-mail bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu

Internet Services

Bemidji State provides extensive Internet information resources for those covering BSU men’s ice hockey and its 16 other programs. The BSU athletics 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. Official BSU athletics web site: • http://www.bemidjistate.edu/athletics Additionally, information on Bemidji State men’s ice hockey is available on other reputable web sites which cover college men’s ice hockey: • http://www.collegehockeyamerica.com • http://www.uscho.com • http://www.collegehockeystats.net

Weekly Game Notes

General Notes Bemidji State became the 18th program among the 58 current members of NCAA Division I to post its 900th all-time victory when it defeated Ala.-Huntsville, 3-2, on Dec. 15, 2006. BSU’s 966 victories currently rank 18th all-time among current members of Division I. Cornell is next ahead of BSU, in 17th all-time with 980 victories. Sixteen Division I programs have posted 1,000 wins, including 2009-10 BSU foe Minnesota which leads Division I with 1,572 all-time victories, and is the only program in the nation with 1,500 or more all-time wins, while Boston College is second with 1,395 victories.

Quite a run

Owner of the nation’s longest unbeaten streak to start 2009-10 (7-0-1), BSU has been on quite a run. But it gets more impressive when you take into account the second half of the 2008-09 campaign. Since Jan. 24, 2009, the team’s last 52 games, the Beavers have posted a 37-11-4 record-that’s a winning at an 75-percent clip!

wMinnesota Boston College Boston University Clarkson Michigan North Dakota Harvard Denver Michigan State Yale New Hampshire Michigan Tech Colorado College Army Wisconsin Dartmouth Cornell uBemidji State Rensselaer

The early goal gets the win

Of the Beavers’ 34 contests in 2009-10, the team to score first has won 25 times. BSU opponents won 4-of-7 (4-2-1) of the games they were first to light the lamp while BSU is unbeaten 22-of-26 (21-4-1) occasions it was first on the scoreboard.

Game-Day Services

Read Makes it better

Season credentials will be issued to all media covering the Beavers on a regular basis. For single-game passes and credentials, contact the BSU Athletic Media Relations Office no less than 24 hours before the scheduled starting time of the event. Credential requests must be submitted via e-mail. Credentials will be issued only to representatives of an accredited media outlet who will be working in an official capacity to cover a BSU event. No credentials will be issued to friends, spouses, children or family members. Credentials remain the property of Bemidji State University and may be revoked at any time.

Interview Policies

All player interviews outside of post-game and practice time must be arranged through the BSU Athletic Media Relations Office. 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.

1,572 1,395 1,381 1,302 1,298 1,293 1,273 1,246 1,187 1,117 1,094 1,093 1,074 1,073 1,036 1,007 980 966 930

through 3/8/10 based on available info

D-Men On the Scoreboards

Credentials / Pass List

Atlantic Hockey

NCAA All-time Victories

Bemidji State’s weekly game-notes package is completed and made available on-line Wednesday afternoons during the season, following the release of national players of the week by USCHO. 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, fax distribution will be by request basis only. In addition to the complete game-notes release, a one-sheet “tear sheet” is also produced. This tear sheet contains bullet-point notes on the BSU team and players and is distributed in conjunction with the full release. Please contact the BSU Athletic Media Relations Office if you wish to be added to the BSU men’s ice hockey e-mail distribution list. Gameday packages containing programs, game notes and other information will be available in the press box prior to all home games. Final statistics include an official NCAA box score, game summary, individual and team statistics. Game notes and quotes from coaches and selected players will also be available upon request. Telephone, copier, Internet and fax services are available on a first-come, firstserved basis.

Div. I-Era Records

BSU 18th in all-time wins

Bemidji State’s defensive corps recorded three assists in the series at Ala.-Huntsville, giving BSU defensive players at least one point in 79 of the last 94 games. Averaging 2.00 points per game, the 2009-10 blueline corps is on pace for its one of its most productive season since the 2003-04 defense pitched in a BSU Division I-era record 2.31 points per game. During the 2008-09 campaign, BSU defensemen combined for 1762=79 points (2.19 ppg). BSU’s blue liners accounted for five goals and 22 assists in the team’s final 10 games.

BSU Defenseman Scoring Year 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01

GP 34 37 36 33 37 37 36 36 35 34

Pts 10-58=68 17-62=79 16-47=63 9-36=45 11-56=67 8-53=61 27-56=83 10-44=54 21-50=71 19-28=47

We’re goin’ streakin’

BSU forward Matt Read has posted a point in each of the Beavers’ last six games, netting five goals and three assists. His goal Feb. 27 at UNO matched a career-high streak of four consecutive games with a goal and he’ll equal a careerlong scoring streak (seven games) with a point in Friday’s semifinal.

Offensive Defenseman

Sophomore defenseman Brad Hunt was a big factor for the Beavers on both ends of the ice in 2008-09 and that trend has extended into 2009-10. In addition to his duties in BSU’s defensive zone, he has become offensive threat--especially on the power play. A year ago, he led all BSU blue liners and was third on the team scoring 9-23=32 points with a teamleading 7-16=23 coming on the man advantage. This winter he has seven goals and a team-leading 24 assist to pace all BSU defenders and is sixth among the nation’s top blueliners, with 31 points (0.91 ppg). His 16 points (5-11=16) on the power play paces the team.

Running up the score

Bemidji State has managed to score three or more goals in 11 of its last 15 outings, giving the Beavers a 3.53 goals per game average to enter the weekend--a figure that seats them sixth in the country. BSU has netted five or more goals 11 times this season. That’s just what the doctor ordered for a team with three goaltenders that opened the season without a single collegiate start under their belts. Matt Climie, a 2008 graduate of Bemidji State and the Beavers’ goaltender in the 2005 and 2006 National Tournament runs, was called up to join the Dallas Stars Friday April 4,2009 and got his first NHL start Saturday. His 24 saves led the Stars to a 5-4 overtime victory over St. Louis. Climie’s trip to the NHL makes six products of the Beaver Hockey program to skate in the NHL ranks. He joins former BSU teammate Andrew Murray (2001-

Bemidji State Hockey Game notes

All-Time Division I Era 25-8-2 23-6-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-2 0-0-2

TOTAL

40-11-4

32-7-4

Central Collegiate Hockey Ass’n

All-Time Division I Era Alaska 3-0-0 0-0-0 Bowling Green 0-0-0 0-0-0 Ferris State 3-5-0 2-4-0 Lake Superior St. 16-21-2 1-2-1 Miami (Ohio) 1-3-0 1-3-0 Michigan 0-0-0 0-0-0 Michigan State 0-0-0 0-0-0 Neb.-Omaha 1-3-0 1-3-0 Northern Michigan 1-0-1 1-0-1 Notre Dame 1-0-0 1-0-0 Ohio State 0-1-0 0-1-0 Western Michigan 3-2-1 3-2-1

TOTAL

29-35-4

10-15-3

ECAC Hockey League PPG 2.00 2.19 1.75 1.36 1.81 1.65 2.31 1.50 2.03 1.38

There is really no way to get around it, the Bemidji State men’s hockey team is better when junior forward Matt Read is on the ice. Since stepping on campus in the fall of 2007 Read has a plus/minus rating of +59 and the Beavers are 317-2 when he scores a goal, which included a 12-2-0 mark during the 2008-09 campaign and a 14-2-1 mark this season.

Then there were six

Air Force American Int’l Army Bentley Canisius Connecticut Holy Cross Mercyhurst R.I.T. Sacred Heart

Brown Clarkson Colgate Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Princeton Quinnipiac Rensselaer St. Lawrence Union (N.Y.) Yale

All-Time Division I Era 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-2-2 1-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-3 0-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0

TOTAL

4-7-5

4-6-5

Hockey East

All-Time Division I Era Boston College 0-0-0 0-0-0 Boston Univ. 0-0-0 0-0-0 Maine 0-2-0 0-2-0 Massachusetts 1-0-0 1-0-0 Merrimack 3-3-0 1-3-0 New Hampshire 0-0-0 0-0-0 Northeastern 0-0-0 0-0-0 Providence 0-0-0 0-0-0 UMass-Lowell 0-0-0 0-0-0 Vermont 0-0-0 0-0-0

TOTAL

4-5-0

2-5-0

Western Collegiate Hockey Ass’n

All-Time Division I Era Alaska-Anchorage 0-0-0 0-0-0 Colorado College 1-3-0 1-3-0 Denver 0-5-0 0-4-0 Michigan Tech 2-2-0 2-2-0 Minnesota 1-7-0 1-7-0 Minnesota Duluth 9-18-0 9-13-0 Minnesota St. 44-35-13 5-15-2 North Dakota 1-17-1 0-14-1 St. Cloud St. 43-36-3 1-11-0 Wisconsin 0-1-0 0-1-0

TOTAL

101-123-16

19-69-3

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Bemidji State Hockey General Notes

Div. I-Era Records Points

1 52-69=121 Luke Erickson 2 46-69=115 Andrew Murray 3 48-63=111 Tyler Scofield 4 43-64=107 uMatt Read 5 55-47=102 Brendan Cook 6 48-53=101 Rob Sirianni 7 47-53=100 Marty Goulet 8 28-62=90 Ryan Huddy 9 35-53=88 Riley Riddell 10 34-51=85 Jeff McGill 11 33-38=71 Matt Pope 13 30-37=67 Ryan Miller t14 33-32=65 Blaine Jarvis t14 28-37=65 Travis Winter t16 33-30=63 J-G Gervais t16 16-47=63 uBrad Hunt t18 22-34=56 Wade Chiodo t18 19-37=56 John Haider 20 16-39=55 Bryce Methven

Goals 1 2 t3 t3 5 6 7 8 9 t10 t10 t10 13 t14 t14 16 t17 t17 19 20

55 52 48 48 47 46 43 35 34 33 33 33 30 28 28 25 23 23 22 19

Brendan Cook Luke Erickson Rob Sirianni Tyler Scofield Marty Goulet Andrew Murray uMatt Read Riley Riddell Jeff McGill Jean-Guy Gervais Blaine Jarvis Matt Pope Ryan Miller Ryan Huddy Travis Winter Clay Simmons Myles Kuharski uIan Lowe Wade Chiodo John Haider

Game-Winning Goals

2003-07 2001-05 2005-09 2007-p 2001-05 2003-07 1999-03 2002-06 2001-04 1999-03 2004-08 2003-07 2004-08 2005-09 2002-06 2009-p 2001-04 2001-05 2000-04 2001-05 2003-07 2003-07 2005-09 1999-03 2001-05 2007-p 2001-04 1999-03 2002-06 2004-08 2004-08 2003-07 2002-06 2005-09 1999-02 2002-05 2007-p 2001-04 2001-05

1 13 Brendan Cook 2 8 Tyler Scofield t3 7 Jean-Guy Gervais t3 7 Matt Pope t3 7 uMatt Read t6 6 Andrew Murray t6 6 Luke Erickson t6 6 Blaine Jarvis t6 6 Matt Francis t10 5 Marty Goulet t10 5 Ryan Huddy t10 5 Rob Sirianni t10 5 uRyan Cramer

2001-05 2005-09 2002-06 2004-08 2007-p 2001-05 2003-07 2004-08 2006-09 1999-03 2002-06 2003-07 2004-p

1 2 3 4 t5 t5 7 8 9 t10 t10

Luke Erickson Brendan Cook Marty Goulet Rob Sirianni Andrew Murray Tyler Scofield Travis Winter Clay Simmons uBrad Hunt Jeff McGill Ryan Miller

2003-07 2001-05 1999-03 2003-07 2001-05 2005-09 2005-09 1999-02 2008-p 1999-03 2003-07

Andrew Murray Luke Erickson uMatt Read Tyler Scofield Ryan Huddy Marty Goulet Riley Riddell Rob Sirianni Jeff McGill Brendan Cook uBrad Hunt Peter Jonsson Cody Bostock Bryce Methven Matt Pope John Haider Ryan Miller Travis Winter Brandon Marino

2001-05 2003-07 2007-p 2005-09 2002-06 1999-03 2001-03 2003-07 1999-03 2001-05 2008-p 2001-05 2005-09 2000-04 2004-08 2001-05 2003-07 2005-09 2005-09

Power-Play Goals 23 22 20 18 17 17 16 14 12 11 11

Assists t1 t1 2 3 4 t6 t6 t6 9 t10 t10 12 t13 t13 15 t16 t16 t16 19

4

69 69 64 63 62 53 53 53 51 47 47 45 39 39 38 37 37 37 36

Div. I-Era Records

05) as the only other former Beavers currently in the NHL.

Penalties

Penalty-kill power

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

The current school mark for power-play efficiency is .868 and was posted by the 2004-05 squad when it squashed 192-of-221 opponent opportunities. In 2009-10, the team has allowed just 26 power-play goals on 167 opponent opportunities (.844), but has been downright stingy in CHA play. BSU has allowed just 10 power-play goals in 90 opponent opportunities spread over 18 league games (.889). The Beavers have allowed just two power-play goal in their last seven games. During that stretch, the penalty-kill unit is 26for-28 (.929). Its not a coincidence that the Beavers are 5-1-1 during that span.

Put it in the books after two

In 2009-10, BSU is 19-0-0 when it has taken a lead into the third period. Since making the jump to NCAA Division I in 1999-2000, the Beavers are 138-9-12 when leading after two periods of play.

Read all about BSU’s scoring leaders

In 107 games and just over two seasons in a green and white uniform, junior Matt Read has piled up 107 points (43-64=107). Sitting alone in fourth on the BSU Division I-era scoring list, he is third in assists (63) and seventh in goals scored (43). Jan. 19, 2010, Read became the second-fastest player in BSU’s Division I history to reach the 100-point plateau (102 games).

George finds rookie scoring Chart

Thirty-three games into his freshman season, Jordan George has been a pleasant surprise for the Beavers. He’s settled into the top line and currently sits second on the team with 33 points (13g-20a). His 33 points rank him fourth among the NCAA’s top rookies.

99 91 87 77 75 73 67 61 60 59

Jean-Guy Gervais David Deterding Cody Bostock Marty Goulet Riley Weselowski Bryce Methven John Haider Jesse Balsimo Andrew Murray Bill Methven

Penalty Minutes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 t8 t8 10

220 209 185 184 162 153 150 137 137 131

Jean-Guy Gervais David Deterding Cody Bostock Marty Goulet Bryce Methven John Haider Riley Weselowski Bill Methven Frank Udovich Andrew Murray

Goaltending Victories

Nov. 21, Brad Hunt led the Beavers to a 6-3 victory over Ala.-Huntsville posting four points (3-1=4) and his first collegiate hat trick. He became the first BSU blueliner to achieve the scoring feat since Mar. 13, 2004 (John Haider), the 10th hat trick for BSU at the NCAA Division I level and just the sixth D-man in the history of the program.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Help from the crease

Goaltending Losses

Top of the line

The Beavers top line of Jordan George, Matt Read and Ian Lowe has accounted for 42-percent of BSU goals (50) and 34 percent of its total scoring (102 pts).

The hunt for the hat

Dan Bakala recorded his first collegiate assist in a 5-1 loss to Minnesota State Dec. 11. He became the first BSU goaltender to record a helper since Matt Dalton made a pass that led to a goal Mar. 13.

45 39 29 20 19 7 6 5 4 4

Brad Hunt has accumulated 47 assists in a season and a half. He currently sits tied for 10th on BSU Division I-era assists list. He needs four assists to join Jeff McGill in ninth.

Bak-stopping the Beavers

Goaltending Ties

Through 34 games of the 2009-10 season, the Beavers have posted 16 unassisted goals to set a new BSU Division I-era record, surpassing its 2001-02 mark of 11.

Climbing BSU’s Division I Assists list

Dan Bakala enters this weekend’s series tied for third in the nation with 19 wins, ranked sixth among all goaltenders with a .925 save percentage, a goals against average of 2.13 to rank 10th, while backstopping a team that ranks fourth in scoring defense at 2.18 goals per game.

Buzzer Beater

Sophomore Ben Kinne is quickly becoming the Beavers clutch performer when the game is on the line. Jan. 23rd’s game-tying goal with 1.8 seconds left in regulation was Kinne’s second “buzzer beater” of the season. The St. Paul, Minn. native also scored an extra attacker goal with 10 seconds left in the third to tie the Oct. 23 game at Western Michigan at 3-3 and send it to overtime.

What’s your 20?

The Beavers enter the 2009-10 postseason with 23 wins marking the fifth time under head coach Tom Serratore and the 29th time in program history that BSU has accumulated 20 wins in a season. A win in the tournament would give the Beavers 24 wins and surpass the program’s Division I-era record for wins in a season set in 2004-05 (23-13-1).

March on

The Beavers are glad to be done with the month of February. Since making the jump to the NCAA Division I ranks in 1999-2000, BSU is 36-36-10 despite a 4-2-0 record this in February this season. March, on the other hand, has been good to BSU. Since the 1999-00 season, the Beavers are 24-16-1, which includes a 5-1-0 mark in 2008-09.

40-40 vision

Junior Matt Read has 19-21=40 points this season making him the first BSU player to post back-to-back 40-point seasons during a Division I career and the first since Bernie Adlys did it in 1994-95 and 1995-96.

Netting 20 wins

Sitting at 19-6-3 on the season, goaltender Dan Bakala is just one victory from establishing a BSU Division I-era record for wins in a season. If it happens, it will mark the 14th time in BSU’s 54-year history that a goalie has posted 20 wins in a single season.

1 2 t3 t3 5 t6 t6 t6

51 30 21 15 14 12 9 8 6 3

Matt Climie Grady Hunt Layne Sedevie Matt Dalton uDan Bakala Bob Tallarico Orlando Alamano Dannie Morgan Adam Pavlatos uMathieu Dugas

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

I’ll do it on my own, thank you

2002-06 2004-08 2005-09 1999-03 2004-08 2000-04 2001-05 2000-04 2001-05 2000-04

12 11 4 4 3 1 1 1

Saves 1 2,717 2 2,201 3 1,289 4 864 5 780 6 723 7 473 8 465 9 376 10 134

Grady Hunt Matt Climie Layne Sedevie Bob Tallarico Matt Dalton Orlando Alamano Adam Pavlatos Dannie Morgan uDan Bakala Kelly Shields

2004-08 2000-04 2003-07 2007-09 2009-p 1999-01 2004-09 2000-04 1999 2009-p

2000-04 2004-08 2003-07 1999-00 2007-09 2004-09 1999 2000-04 2009-p 2002

Grady Hunt Matt Climie Dannie Morgan Layne Sedevie uDan Bakala Adam Pavlatos Kelly Shields Matt Dalton

2000-04 2004-08 2000-04 2003-P 2008-p 1999 2002 2007-09

Grady Hunt Matt Climie Layne Sedevie Matt Dalton Bob Tallarico uDan Bakala Dannie Morgan Orlando Alamano Adam Pavlatos uMathiue Dugas

2000-04 2004-08 2003-07 2007-09 1999-00 2008-p 2000-04 2004-09 1999 2009-p

Goals-Against Average 1 2.13 uDan Bakala 2 2.29 Matt Dalton 3 2.45 Matt Climie 4 2.88 Layne Sedevie 5 3.07 Grady Hunt min. 1,500 minutes played

Shutouts 1 2 t3

2002-06 2004-08 2005-09 1999-03 2000-04 2001-05 2004-08 2000-04 1999-02 2001-05

12 Matt Climie 5 Grady Hunt 3 Dannie Morgan

2009-p 2007-09 2004-08 2003-07 2000-04

2004-08 2000-04 2000-04

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Bemidji State Hockey CHA Tournament Notes

The Last Time... 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: Alab-Huntsville (5) March 4, 2006 Opp: at Maine (6) Oct. 13, 2006 Five Power Play Goals Scored, Team BSU: Alab-Huntsville (5) March 4, 2006 Opp: at Maine (6) Oct. 13, 2006 40+ Shots on Goal, Team BSU: at Robert Morris (45) Opp: at North Dakota (40)

Feb. 12, 2010 Jan. 3, 2009

50+ Shots on Goal, Team BSU: at Robert Morris (50) Opp: at Alab-Huntsville (50)

Jan. 6, 2006 Jan. 22, 2005

Hat Trick, Individual BSU: Brad Hunt (3) vs UAH Opp: Randy Harris (3) at NU

Nov. 21, 2009 Feb. 24, 2006

Hat Trick Defenseman BSU: Brad Hunt (3) vs. UAH

Nov. 21, 2009

Natural Hat Trick BSU: Chris McKelvie (3) at CC Jan. 18, 2008 Four Goals Scored, Individual BSU: Luke Erickson (4) vs. NU Dec. 3, 2005 Opp: Dallas Miller, Augsburg Jan. 2, 1987 Five Goals Scored, Individual BSU: Jamie Erb vs. St. Scholastica Dec. 19, 1991 Opp: John Carr, LSS Feb. 28, 1970 Three Assists, Individual BSU: Matt Read/Brad Hunt at WMU Jan. 3, 2010 Opp: Ben Youds, MSU Dec. 11, 2009 Four Assists, Individual BSU: Tyler Scofield vs. NU Dec. 3, 2005 Opp: Rastislav Spirko at UND Dec. 17, 2005 Five Assists, Individual BSU: Shane Kalbrener vs. WSU Nov. 25, 2000 Five Points, Individual BSU: Travis Winter (2-3=5) vs. WSU Jan. 6, 2007 Opp: Randy Harris (3-2=5) at NU Feb. 24, 2006 Six or More Points, Individual BSU: Shane Kalbrener vs. WSU Nov. 25, 2000 Opp: Dallas Miller, Augsburg Jan. 3, 1987 Shorthanded Goal Scored, Individual BSU Jordan George at RMU Feb. 12, 2010 Opp: Jason Gregoire at UND Jan. 3, 2009 Overtime Goal Scored, Individual BSU: Jordan George at UMD Jan. 23, 2010 Opp: Kyle Reed vs. Ohio State Nov. 28, 2009 Three Shorthanded Goals, Team BSU: (3) vs. Robert Morris March 7, 2009 Five Goals in Period, Team BSU: 2nd Period (5) vs. RMU March 7, 2009 Penalty Shot Goal, Individual BSU: Tyler Scofield vs. UAH Feb. 17, 2007 BSU posted shutout on the road Western Michigan (3-0) Jan. 3, 2010 BSU got shut out at home Minnesota State (0-1)

Dec. 15, 2007

in the CHA Tournament

Tournament Championships

Bemidji State enters the 2010 College Hockey America Tournament as its defending champion. Currently tied with Niagara and Wayne State as three-time tournament winners, the Beavers can earn their fourth tournament crown this weekend with a pair of wins becoming the only team in the history of the CHA to win four tournament titles.

in the Tournament

Since the CHA began its post-season tournament in 2000, Bemidji State has posted an 10-6-0 overall record, which includes a 6-3 mark in semifinal games.

Stringing it together

The Beavers enter the 2010 CHA Tournament riding a string of two straight wins in the event defeating Ala.-Huntsville in last year’s semifinal, 4-1, before capturing its third tournament championship with a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory versus Robert Morris at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse in Bemidji, Minn. BSU has won seven of its last nine tournament match ups.

At home in the title game

A semifinal victory over Niagara Friday would put Bemidji State in the championship game for the seventh time in the last eight seasons. Making appearances in the 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005, 2004 and 2003 title games, BSU is 3-3 in the league’s championship contest since 2003.

Alone at the top

As the No. 1 seed in the 2010 CHA Tournament, BSU enters its fifth tournament as the top-ranked contender and second consecutively. In its previous four (2004, 2005, 2007 and 2009), BSU is 6-2 and has advanced to the championship game each season and captured the titles in 2005 and 2009. Bemidji State has the distinction of playing in four of the 10 CHA Tournament games that have gone into overtime. Only Ala.Huntsville has more CHA overtime appearances, playing in six OT contests. BSU leads all current and former CHA teams with three overtime wins, while Robert Morris has yet to record an OT tournament win in two attempts.

CHA Tourney OT records Team (GMS) Bemidji State (4) Ala.-Huntsville (6) Niagara (3) Robert Morris (2) Wayne State (4) Air Force (1)

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

BSU versus Ala.-Huntsville

BSU is 4-2 all-time versus Ala.-Huntsville when the teams meet in the tournament and has won the last four meetings. The last time the teams met in the tourney was a 4-1 victory by Bemidji State in the 2009 semifinals at the John S. Gals Fieldhouse in Bemidji, Minn.

BSU versus Niagara

The Beavers and Purple Eagles have met in the CHA Tournament on three prior occasions. NU enters the 2010 semifinal match up holding a 2-1 advantage over the Beavers, however the 2010 tournament match up marks the first time the teams have met in the semifinal round. The last time these teams met in CHA Tournament play was the 2008 CHA Championship game at Dywer Arena--NU’s home. The Purple Eagles won that game 3-2 to earn a berth into the NCAA Tournament.

BSU versus Robert Morris

BSU and Robert Morris have gone head-to-head twice in CHA Tournament history with each team earning a win. The last time BSU and RMU clashes in tournament play was in last year’s epic 3-2 overtime victory in Bemidji, Minn.

CHA tournament wins Bemidji State begins CHA Tournament play this weekend as the all-time leader in CHA Tournament wins. The Beavers have collected 10 victories in nine tournament appearances. BSU’s 10-6-0 record holds the slightest edge over Ala.-Huntsville and Wayne State who each have nine wins. With more tournament games played than any other current or former CHA team, Ala.-Huntsville holds the league mark for tournament loss with nine.

CHA Tournament Records Team Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville Wayne State Niagara Air Force Robert Morris Findlay

All-Time Record 10-6-0 9-9-1 9-5-0 8-6-1 4-6-0 3-5-0 1-5-0

Jan. 2, 2010

BSU tied a CHA game at Ala.-Huntsville (2-2)

Mar. 6, 2010

BSU tied a non-league game Western Michigan (0-0 OT)

For the eighth consecutive season, the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team led the CHA in volume of student-athletes selected to the CHA All-Academic squad. In 2010, 17 players including all four seniors, garnered accolades.

Jan. 2, 2010

Nice job Rook

Jan. 2, 2010

Championship Bemidji State def. Robert Morris, 3-2 (OT)

2008 - Dwyer Arena, Lewiston, N.Y. Semifinal Bemidji State def. Wayne State. 4-1 Championship Niagara def.

Bemidji State, 3-2

2007 - 95KGGO Arnea, Des Moines, Iowa Semifinal Robert Morris def. Bemidji State, 7-5

2006 - State Fairgrounds Coleseum, Detroit Semifinal Bemidji State def. Ala.-Huntsville, 4-3 (OT) Championship Bemidji State def.

Niagara, 4-2

Tournament Overtime

BSU got shut out on the road Western Michigan (0-0)

BSU tied 0-0 OT at Western Michigan (0-0 OT)

2009 - John Glas Fieldhouse, Bemidji, Minn. Semifinal Bemidji State def. Ala.-Huntsville, 4-1

Academic Accolades

2005 - IRA Civic Center, Graqnd Rapids, Minn. Semifinal Bemidji State def. Air Force, 6-0 Championship Bemidji State def.

Ala.-Huntsville, 3-0

2004 - Tri-City Arena, Kerny, Neb. Quarterfinal Bemidji State def. Findlay, 4-0 Semifinal Bemidji State

def.

Findlay, 6-2

Championship Niagara def. Bemidji State, 4-3 (OT)

2003 - Tri-City Arena, Kerny, Neb. Semifinal Bemidji State def. Ala.-Huntsville, 2-1 (OT) Championship Wayne State def.

Bemidji State, 3-2

2002 - Dwyer Arena, Lweiston, N.Y. Semifinal Ala.-Huntsville def. Bemidji State, 5-2

2001 - Von Braun Center, Huntsville, Ala. Did not qualify

2000 - Von Braun Center, Huntsville, Ala. Semifinal Ala.-Huntsville def. Bemidji State, 10-4

Jake Areshenko, Mathieu Dugas and Jordan George were each selected to the CHA All-Rookie Team this week. The selections marked the third straight year the Beavers have placed at least one player on the rookie team, but their three picks stood as the most for BSU in a single season since 2002 when Andrew Murray, Anders Olsson and Riley Ridell found spots on the team.

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Bemidji State Hockey

Championship Round Saturday, March 13

Semifinal Round Friday, March 12 No. 2 Robert Morris I10-18-5; 6-9-3)

2 p.m. EST No. 3 Ala.-Huntsville I10-17-3; 6-10-2)

8 p.m. EST

Tournament Champion

No. 4 Niagara I11-19-4; 6-10-2)

7 p.m. EST No. 1 Bemidji State I23-8-3; 14-3-1)

8 p.m. EST

Third Place

College Hockey America Tounament Championship History 2010 Dwyer Arena Lewiston, N.Y

2007 - Univ. of Ala.-Huntsville 95KGGO Arena Des Moines, Iowa

2004 - Niagara University Tri-City Arena Kearney, Neb.

2001 - Wayne State University Von Braun Center Huntsville, Ala.

2009 - Bemidji State University John S. Glas Fieldhouse Bemidji, Minn.

2006 - Bemidji State University State Fairgrounds Coliseum Detroit, Mich.

2003 - Wayne State University Tri-City Arena Kearney, Neb.

2000 - Niagara University Von Braun Center Huntsville, Ala.

2008 - Niagara University Dwyer Arena Lewiston, N.Y

2005 - Bemidji State University IRA Civic Center Grand Rapids, Minn.

2002 - Wayne State University Dwyer Arena Lewiston, N.Y

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Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Line Combinations

BSU Roster by Position

Forwards

No. Name

First Line (2) Left Wing *George Orban Total

Center Read Read

Right Wing Lowe Lowe

GP 33 1 34

GS 14 0 14

PPG 3.09 5.00 3.15

Points 50-52=102 3-2=5 53-54=107

Record 22-8-3 1-0-0 23-8-3

Second Line (3) Left Wing Kinne Orban *Kinne Total

Center Walters Kinne Billberg

Right Wing Cramer Cramer Cramer

GP 24 5 5 34

GS 4 1 0 5

PPG 1.67 1.80 1.40 1.65

Points 17-23=40 3-6=9 2-5=7 22-34=56

Record 17-5-2 3-2-0 3-1-1 23-8-3

Third Line (1) Left Wing *MacQueen Total

Center McKelvie

Right Wing Lehrke

GP 34 34

GS 15 15

PPG 1.62 1.62

Points 25-30=55 25-30=55

Record 23-8-3 23-8-3

Fourth Line (9) Left Wing Orban Billberg Billberg Billberg Billberg Orban Orban *Walters Total

Center McLeod McLeod McLeod Hatmann Walters Hartmann Billberg McLeod McLeod

Right Wing Findlay Findlay Hartmann Findlay Findlay Billberg Hartmann Findlay Findlay

GP 3 14 5 4 1 1 1 1 4 34

GS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG 0.25 0.79 0.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 3.00 0.25 0.50

Points 1-0=1 6-5=11 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-0=0 0-0=0 2-1=3 1-0=1 10-7=17

Record 2-0-1 11-3-0 2-2-1 3-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-1-1 23-8-3

Defensemen First Line (7) Left Defense Peluso Hunt Carlson *Areshenko MacIntyre Peluso Peluso Total

Right Defense Wacker Adams Hunt Hunt Hunt MacIntyre Hardwick

GP 7 1 4 16 1 4 1 34

GS 4 1 3 11 1 1 1 22

PPG 0.57 2.00 1.25 1.00 0.00 1.00 0.00 0.91

Points 1-3=4 0-2=2 0-5=5 4-12=16 0-0=0 0-4=4 0-0=0 5-26=31

Record 5-1-1 1-0-0 4-0-0 10-4-1 0-1-0 3-1-1 0-1-0 23-8-3

Second Line (9) Left Defense Areshenko Carlson Peluso Hardwick Hardwick MacIntyre Peluso *MacIntyre **Carlson Total

Right Defense Hunt Hunt Wacker Wacker Adams Hunt MacIntyre Adams Adams

GP 9 1 11 6 2 2 1 1 1 34

GS 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4

PPG 1.00 0.00 0.73 0.67 0.00 1.50 1.00 0.00 1.00 0.77

Points 2-7=9 0-0=0 0-8=8 0-4=4 0-0=0 2-1=3 0-1=1 0-0=0 0-1=1 4-22=26

Record 6-2-1 1-0-0 8-3-0 5-1-0 1-0-1 1-1-1 0-1-0 1-0-0 0-0-1 23-8-3

Third Line (9) Left Defense Hardwick Hardwick Areshenko Areshenko Carlson MacIntyre MacIntyre Wacker *Peluso Total

Right Defense Jundt Adams Jundt Adams Adams Adams Wacker Adams Hardwick

GP 2 13 1 4 4 4 2 2 2 34

GS 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 8

PPG 0.00 0.11 0.00 0.75 0.25 1.25 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.29

Points 0-0=0 0-1=1 0-0=0 0-3=3 0-1=1 1-4=5 0-0=0 0-0=0 0-0=0 1-9=10

Record 2-0-0 8-4-1 1-0-0 4-0-0 2-2-0 4-0-0 1-0=1 0-2-0 1-0-1 23-8-3

GP 1 1

GS 0 0

PPG 0.00 0.00

Points 0-0=0 0-0=0

Record 1-0-0 1-0-0

Extra Defense (1) Carlson Total

1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 33 35

Travis Bosch Ryan Adams Dan MacIntyre Matt Carlson Darcy Findlay Brance Orban Jake Areshenko Chris Peluso Shea Walters Aaron McLeod Ryan Cramer Emil Billberg Jamie MacQueen Matt Read Ben Kinne Matt Hartmann Ian Lowe Chris McKelvie Brady Wacker Tyler Lehrke Kyle Hardwick Jordan George Brad Hunt Dan Bakala Mathiue Dugas

Forwards

6 7 11 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 26 28

Darcy Findlay Brance Orban Shea Walters Aaron McLeod Ryan Cramer Emil Billberg Jamie MacQueen Matt Read Ben Kinne Matt Hartmann Ian Lowe Chris McKelvie Tyler Lehrke Jordan George

Defensemen

3 4 5 8 9 25 27 29

Ryan Adams Dan MacIntyre Matt Carlson Jake Areshenko Chris Peluso Brady Wacker Kyle Hardwick Brad Hunt

Goaltenders

1 33 35

Travis Bosch Dan Bakala Mathiue Dugas

Pos.

Yr.

G D D D F F D D F F F F F F F F F F D F D F D G G

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

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

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

D D D D D D D D

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

G G G

Fr. So. Fr.

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Bemidji State Hockey Numerical Roster

No 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 33 35

Name Travis Bosch Ryan Adams Dan MacIntyre Matt Carlson Darcy Findlay Brance Orban Jake Areshenko Chris Peluso Shea Walters Aaron McLeod Ryan Cramer Emil Billberg Jamie MacQueen Matt Read Ben Kinne Matt Hartmann Ian Lowe Chris McKelvie Brady Wacker Tyler Lehrke Kyle Hardwick Jordan George Brad Hunt Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas

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

Retired Numbers

10 24

Bryan Grand Joel Otto

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

F 1967-70 F 1980-84

Geographical Breakdown United States Minnesota North Dakota Wisconsin

10 8 1 1

Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan

15 2 1 2 4 2 2

Sweden

No 3 8 33 16 1 5 15 35 6 28 27 21 29 20 26 22 4 17 23 14 7 9 19 25 11

Name Ryan Adams Jake Areshenko Dan Bakala Emil Billberg Travis Bosch Matt Carlson Ryan Cramer Mathieu Dugas Darcy Findlay Jordan George Kyle Hardwick (A) Matt Hartmann Brad Hunt Ben Kinne Tyler Lehrke Ian Lowe Dan MacIntyre Jamie MacQueen Chris McKelvie (C) Aaron McLeod Brance Orban Chris Peluso (PIT) Matt Read (A) Brady Wacker Shea Walters

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

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

Ht 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-8 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-10 5-7 5-11

Wt 190 200 185 195 185 210 210 165 205 155 205 195 168 190 175 170 195 185 190 165 160 190 185 155 180

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

Birthday 9/12/86 7/17/88 12/23/87 7/1/88 2/14/88 5/29/87 8/29/86 2/6/88 9/29/87 8/20/90 10/24/86 4/13/89 8/24/88 6/4/88 4/21/86 9/4/86 8/31/06 8/2/88 2/22/85 9/10/88 9/27/88 8/21/86 6/14/86 6/26/88 3/5/87

Hometown (prev team) Deloraine, Manitoba (Wayne State) Port Cocquitlan, British Columbia (USHL-Fargo) Calgary, Alberta (AJHL-Calgary) Stockholm, Sweden (Sodertalje J20) Regina, Saskatchewan (SJHL-Melville) Grand Forks, N.D. (NHAL-Fairbanks) International Falls, Minn. (USHL-Waterloo) L’Assomption, Quebec (NAHL-Wenatchee) Bristol, Quebec (CJHL-Cornwall) Madison, Wis. (NHAL-Topeka) Warroad, Minn. (USHL-Lincoln) Hugo, Minn. (NHAL-Topeka) Ridge Meadows, British Columbia (BCHL-Burnaby) St. Paul, Minn. (USHL-Sioux City) Park Rapids, Minn. (USHL-Green Bay) Bradwardine, Manitoba (MJHL-Swan Valley) Fort Frances, Ontario (OPJHL-Port Hope) St. Thomas, Ontario (OPJHL-Vaughn) New Brighton, Minn. (NAHL-Bozeman) Ottawa, Ontario (CJHL-Ottawa) Lethbridge, Alberta (AJHL-Olds) Wadena, Minn. (USHL-Sioux Falls) Ilderton, Ontario (USHL-Des Moines) Jansen, Saskatchewan (SJHL-Humbolt) Hibbing, Minn. (NJHL-North Iowa)

Tom Serratore (Bemidji State ‘87) / 143-118-30 (9th year) Bert Gilling (Minnesota Duluth ‘99 / 11th year) Ted Belisle (Bemidji State ‘01 / 7th year) Ryan Marvin (Brockport State (N.Y.) ‘06 / 2nd year)

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Pronunciation Guide

Class Breakdown Upperclassmen Seniors Juniors

11 4 7

Underclassmen Sophomores Freshmen

14 5 9

Position Breakdown Forwards Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

15 2 5 4 4

Defensemen Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

8 2 1 1 3

Goaltenders Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

3 0 0 1 2

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2009-10 Numerical roster

Players

Players

Jake ARESHENKO

air-ah-SHEN-ko

Dan MACINTYRE

mac-IN-ty-er

EMIL Billberg

AH-meel

Aaron MCLEOD

mac-LOWD

Dan BAKALA

BACK-a-lah

Chris PELUSO

pell-OO-soe

Ryan CRAMER

KRAY-mer

SHEA Walters

SHAY

Mathieu DUGAS

DOO-gah

Ben KINNE

KIN-ee

Tyler LEHRKE

LAHR-kee

Tom SERRATORE

ser-ah-TOR-ee

IAN LOWE

EYE-ann LOW

Ted BELISLE

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Coaching Staff

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Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Player Awards

CHA Players of the Week BSU Players Won...

Ryan Adams (Jr., D, Deloraine, Manitoba) CHA All-Academic Team

Jake Areshenko (Fr., D, Port Coquitlam, B.C.) CHA All-Rookie Team

Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) 1/25/10 - CHA Offesnsive Player of the Week 1/25/10 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner-up 2/1/10 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 2/3/10 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week CHA All-Academic Team Second Team All-CHA

9 8 11

CHA Offensive Players of the Week CHA Defensive Players of the Week CHA Rookies of the Week

BSU Nominees Oct. 12 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Matt Read D, Brad Hunt uF, Jordan George

Oct. 19 Offensive Defensive Rookie

none none none

Oct. 26 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Chris McKelvie uD, Brad Hunt uG, Mathieu Dugas

Nov. 2 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Matt Read uG, Dan Bakala F, Jordan George

Nov. 9 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Matt Read uD, Brad Hunt uF, Jordan George

Nov. 16 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Jamie MacQueen D, Chris Peluso uF, Jordan George

Nov. 23 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Ryan Cramer uD, Brad Hunt uF, Jordan George

Nov. 30 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Chris McKelvie D, Brad Hunt uF, Aaron McLeod

Dec. 7 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Chris McKelvie D, Dan Bakala uF, Jordan George

Dec. 14 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Ian Lowe none uF, Jordan George

Jan. 4 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Ben Kinne uD, Dan Bakala none

Kyle Hardwick (Sr., D, Warroad, Minn.)

Jan. 18 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Matt Read D, Brnd Hunt F, Brance Orban

Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia)

Jan. 25 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Ian Lowe uD, Brad Hunt uF, Jordan George

Feb. 1 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Ian Lowe none uF, Jordan George

Feb. 15 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Tyler Lerhke uG, Mathiue Dugas uG, Mathiue Dugas

Feb. 22 Offensive Defensive Rookie

uF, Matt Read uG, Dan Bakala none

Mar. 1 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Tyler Lerhke none D, Brady Wacker

Mar. 8 Offensive Defensive Rookie

F, Matt Read D, Brad Hunt F, Jordan George

Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) 11/2/09 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 11/4/09 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week 1/4/10 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 1/4/10 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner-up 1/6/10 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week 2/22/10 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 2/22/10 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner-up CHA All-Academic Team First Team All-CHA

Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) 11/18/09 - Beaver Pride Athelte of the Week CHA All-Academic Team

Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.)

CHA All-Academic Team

Captain 10/26/09 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 11/30/00 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 11/30/09 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner up 12/2/09 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week CHA All-Academic Team

Matt Carlson (RS-Fr., D, Grand Forks, N.D.)

Aaron McLeod (Fr., F, Ottawa, Ontario)

Emil Billberg (Jr., F, Stockholm, Sweden)

CHA All-Academic Team

11/30/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week

Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.)

Brance Orban (Fr., F, Lethbridge, Alberta)

11/23/09 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week CHA All-Academic Team

1/20/10 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week

Chris Peluso (Sr., D, Wadena, Minn.) Mathieu Dugas (Fr., G, L’Assomtion, Quebec) 10/26/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 2/15/10 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 2/15/10 - CHA Rookie of the Week CHA All-Rookie Team

Darcy Findlay (So., F, Bristol, Quebec) CHA All-Academic Team

Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) 10/12/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 11/6/09 - HCA Honorable Mention Rookie of the Month 11/9/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 11/16/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 11/23/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 12/7/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 12/14/09 - CHA Rookie of the Week 1/25/10 - CHA Rookie of the Week 2/1/10 - CHA Rookie of the Week CHA All-Rookie Team

CHA All-Academic Team

Matt Read (Jr., F, Illderton, Ontario) Preseason All-CHA CHA Preseason Player of the Year Alternate Captain 10/12/09 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 10/14/09 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week 11/6/09 - HCA Honorable Mention Player of the Month 11/9/09 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 2/22/10 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 3/10/10 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week CHA All-Academic Team First Team All-CHA

Alternate Captain CHA All-Academic Team

Preseason All-CHA 10/26/09 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 11/9/09 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 11/9/09 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner-up 11/23/09 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week 11/23/09 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner-up 1/25/10 - CHA Defensive Player of the Week CHA All-Academic Team First Team All-CHA

Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn.) CHA All-Academic Team

Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.)

2/15/10 - CHA Offensive Player of the Week 2/17/10 - Beaver Pride Athlete of the Week 2/16/10 - INCH National Player of the Week Runner-up CHA All-Academic Team

uCHA Player of the Week selection

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Bemidji State Hockey general stats

2009-10 Poll History USA Today / American Hockey Magazine Top 15

Pts Rk P15 09-10 Preseason 6 (23) 67 1 Oct. 12, 2009 27 (16) 9 2 (2) Oct. 19, 2009 30 (17) 12 3 (3) Oct. 26, 2009 53 15 - 4 (4) Nov. 2, 2009 110 12 - 5 (5) Nov. 9, 2009 226 7 - 6 (6) Nov. 16, 2009 271 8 - 7 (7) Nov. 23, 2009 290 6 - 8 (8) Nov. 30, 2009 373 4 - 9 (9) Dec. 7, 2009 398 4 - 10 (10) Dec. 14, 2009 227 9 - 11(11) Dec. 21, 2009 230 9 - 12(12) Jan. 4, 2010 227 10 - 13(13) Jan. 11, 2010 184 11 - 14(14) Jan. 18, 2010 90 14 - 15(15) Jan. 25, 2010 281 6 - 16(16) Feb. 1, 2010 278 7 - 17(17) Feb. 8, 2010 305 5 - 18(18) Feb. 15, 2010 281 7 - 19(19) Feb. 22, 2010 311 6 - 20(20) March 1, 2010 279 8 - 21(21) March 8, 2010 272 8 - 22(22) March 15, 2010 March 22, 2010 March 29, 2010 -

Multi-Point Games

All 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

key:

Pts - points received in poll Rk - rank or (rank if poll were extended) P15 - points out of Top 15 09-10 - weeks in poll in 2009-10 / (x) consec. weeks All- weeks receiving votes in poll all-time

U.S. College Hockey Online / CBS Colelge Sports XXL Top 20

Pts Rk P20 09-10 All Oct. 5, 2009 66 (22) 40 1 84 Oct. 13, 2009 183 15 - 2 (2) 85 Oct. 19, 2009 243 16 - 3 (3) 86 Oct. 26, 2009 327 14 - 4 (4) 87 Nov. 2, 2009 385 11 - 5 (5) 88 Nov. 9, 2009 599 7 - 6 (6) 89 Nov. 16, 2009 658 8 - 7 (7) 90 Nov. 23, 2009 690 6 - 8 (8) 91 Nov. 30, 2009 784 5 - 9 (9) 92 Dec. 7, 2009 843 4 - 10(10) 93 Dec. 14, 2009 594 10 - 11(11) 94 Jan. 4, 2010 578 10 - 12(12) 95 Jan. 11, 2010 545 11 - 13(13) 96 Jan. 18, 2010 435 14 - 14(14) 97 Jan. 25, 2010 633 7 - 15(15) 98 Feb. 1, 2010 690 7 - 16(16) 99 Feb. 8, 2010 703 5 - 17(17) 100 Feb. 15, 2010 643 9 - 18(18) 101 Feb. 22, 2010 700 6 - 19(19) 102 March 1, 2010 671 8 - 20(20) 103 March 8, 2010 644 8 - 21(21) 104 March 15, 2010 March 22, 2010 March 29, 2010 key:

Pts - points received in poll Rk - rank or (rank if poll were extended) P20 - points out of Top 20 09-10 - weeks in poll in 2009-10 / (x) consec. weeks All- weeks receiving votes in poll all-time

10

Player 06-07 Ryan Adams - Jake Areshenko - Emil Billberg - Matt Carlson - Ryan Cramer - Darcy Findlay - Jordan George - Kyle Hardwick 0 Matt Hartmann - Brad Hunt - Tyler Jundt - Ben Kinne - Tyler Lehrke 1 Ian Lowe - Dan MacIntyre - Jamie MacQueen - Chris McKelvie 0 Aaron McLeod - Brance Orban - Chris Peluso 1 Matt Read - Brady Wacker - Shea Walters -

07-08 - - 0 - 2 - - 1 - - - - 0 0 0 - 1 - - 0 7 - -

Multi-Goal Games

Player 06-07 Ryan Adams - Jake Areshenko - Emil Billberg - Matt Carlson - Ryan Cramer - Darcy Findlay - Jordan George - Kyle Hardwick 0 Matt Hartmann - Brad Hunt - Tyler Jundt - Ben Kinne - Tyler Lehrke 1 Ian Lowe - Dan MacIntyre - Jamie MacQueen - Chris McKelvie 0 Aaron McLeod - Brance Orban - Chris Peluso 0 Matt Read - Brady Wacker - Shea Walters -

07-08 - - 0 - 1 - - 0 - - - - 0 0 0 - 1 - - 0 0 - -

Multi-Assist Games

Player 06-07 Ryan Adams - Jake Areshenko - Emil Billberg - Matt Carlson - Ryan Cramer - Darcy Findlay - Jordan George - Kyle Hardwick 0 Matt Hartmann - Brad Hunt - Tyler Jundt - Ben Kinne - Tyler Lehrke 0 Ian Lowe - Dan MacIntyre - Jamie MacQueen - Chris McKelvie 0 Aaron McLeod - Brance Orban - Chris Peluso 1 Matt Read - Brady Wacker - Shea Walters -

07-08 - - 0 - 0 - - 0 - - - - 0 0 0 - 0 - - 0 2 - -

BSU’s Record When...

08-09 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 8 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 - - 1 10 - 1

09-10 Career 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 6 2 2 9 9 0 1 0 0 9 17 0 0 5 6 4 5 7 7 1 1 1 2 4 5 0 0 1 1 0 2 13 30 0 0 3 4

08-09 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 - - 0 2 - 0

09-10 Career 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 2 3 3 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0

08-09 0 - 0 - 0 0 - 0 - 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - 1 4 - 1

09-10 Career 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 4 9 0 0 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 10 0 0 1 2

2009-10 BSU plays at... Home 12-3-0 Away 10-4-3 Neutral Site 1-1-0 Intermissions BSU leads at first 17-2-1 BSU trails at first 0-4-0 Game tied at first 6-1-2 BSU leads at second 19-0-0 BSU trails at second 1-7-2 Game tied at second 3-1-1 In overtime 3-1-3 Games decided... Ties 3 By one goal 7-3 By two goals 3-1 By three or more goals 13-4 Shots on Goal BSU leads 13-3-1 BSU trails 10-4-2 Shots even 0-1-0 Game’s First Goal BSU scores first 21-4-1 Opponent scores first 2-4-1 Shots on Goal BSU < 20 3-1-0 BSU 20-29 10-3-2 BSU 30-39 9-3-1 BSU 40-49 1-1-0 BSU 50+ 0-0-0 Opponent < 20 1-1-0 Opponent 20-29 14-4-2 Opponent 30-39 8-3-1 Opponent 40-49 0-0-0 Opponent 50+ 0-0-0 Scoring Shutouts 3-0-1 BSU scores one goal 0-3-0 BSU scores two goals 3-4-1 BSU scores three goals 7-0-1 BSU scores four goals 2-1-0 BSU scores five-plus goals 11-0-0 Opponent scores one goal 9-0-0 Opponent scores two goals 7-1-1 Opponent scores three goals 3-2-1 Opponent scores four goals 1-1-0 Opponent scores five-plus goals 0-4-0 Penalties BSU leads 14-3-2 BSU trails 7-4-0 Penalties even 2-1-1 Goals Power Play 30 Short-Handed 4 Unassisted 16 BSU plays in... October 4-0-1 November 7-2-0 December 2-2-0 January 5-2-1 February 4-2-0 March 1-0-1 April 0-0-0 BSU plays on... Friday 10-3-1 Saturday 10-5-2 Sunday 3-0-0 Record against... CHA 14-3-1 CCHA 4-2-2 ECAC 0-0-0 Hockey East 0-0-0 MAAC/Atlantic Hockey 2-0-0 WCHA 3-3-0 Independent 0-0-0 * includes CHA Tournament

Division I era 99-51-19 68-111-17 15-10-1 97-29-14 17-87-9 65-53-13 140-9-11 13-126-13 27-34-13 18-17-37 37 48-60 53-39 79-74 120-62-20 50-101-16 8-6-1 137-61-20 42-107-16 13-22-2 62-82-13 71-56-13 27-12-9 4-1-1 30-11-2 97-58-15 42-68-17 8-28-2 0-8-0 28-15-1 1-49-6 26-55-16 38-37-10 34-11-2 78-4-2 59-2-6 47-13-16 24-32-10 10-42-2 6-78-2 78-85-19 69-60-11 32-27-7 371 52 26 18-27-7 41-30-7 24-34-6 40-27-6 36-36-10 24-16-1 0-1-0 130-71-24* 11-17-3 2-6-5 4-5-0 9-3-2 19-69-3 2-0-0

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey Bemidji State - Ala.-Huntsville Series Quickly

uSeries: Last win: Last loss: Last tie: uIn Bemidji: Last win: Last loss: Last tie: uIn Huntsville: Last win: Last loss: Last tie: uNeutral: Last win: Last loss: Last tie:

Bemidji State leads, 35-27-4 6-3; Nov. 21, 2009 in Bemidji 4-2; Nov. 7, 2008 in Huntsville 3-3; Nov. 10, 2007 in Huntsville Bemidji State leads, 20-8-1 6-3; Nov. 20, 2009 4-3; Feb. 17, 2007 3-3; Feb. 20, 2004 Bemidji State trails, 12-18-3 3-2; Mar. 5, 2010 4-2; Nov. 7, 2008 2-2 (OT); Mar. 6, 2010 Bemidji State leads, 3-1-0 4-3 (OT); March 11, 2006 5-2; March 15, 2002 n/a

Streaks uCurrent: streak: streak began: streak ended: uLongest Winning Streak: streak began: streak ended: uLongest Losing Streak: streak began: streak ended:

Career vs Ala.-Huntsville Name Ryan Adams* Jake Areshenko Emil Billberg Matt Carlson Ryan Cramer Darcy Findlay Jordan George Kyle Hardwick Matt Hartmann Brad Hunt Ben Kinne Tyler Lehrke Ian Lowe Dan MacIntyre Jamie MacQueen Chris McKelvie Aaron McLeod Brance Orban Chris Peluso Matt Read Brady Wacker Shea Walters

GP 10 6 13 4 16 11 2 13 13 13 21 16 5 12 22 6 22 19 4 12

Date

Superlatives First meeting: Last meeting: Shutouts: Overtime Games:

March 11, 1994 (L, 5-3) March 6, 2010 (T, 2-2) 7 (6-1-0) 13 (7-2-4)

Largest Deciding Margin... u...of Victory: 6 (W, 7-1); Jan. 12, 2008 at home: 5 (W, 5-0 / W, 6-1); Mar. 4, 2006 / Nov. 20, 2009 away: 6 (W, 7-1); Jan. 12, 2008 u... of Defeat: 6, twice at home: 3, three times away: 6, twice Scoring Superlatives uAll-Time Score... Total Per Game ...Total 196-187 2.97-2.83 ...in Bemidji 101-74 3.48-1.62 ...in Huntsville 83-104 2.51-3.09 ...neutral site 11-9 2.75-2.25 uMost Goals... ...for 7, twice ...against 10 (L, 10-4); March 11, 2000 ...both 14 (L, 10-4); March 11, 2000 uFewest Goals... ...for 0 (L, 0-3); March 14, 1997 ...against 0; six times ...both 2 (W, 2-0); Dec. 8, 2007 / Feb. 6, 2009

unbeaten in 12 WWWWWWWWWWWT Nov. 8, 2008 (W, 2-1) active 11 Nov. 8, 2008 (W, 2-1) Mar. 6, 2010 7 Nov. 17, 2001 (L, 6-3) Feb. 22, 2003 (W, 3-2/OT)

All-Time Series Results

G 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

A 3 0 0 0 6 1 7 1

Pts 5 0 1 0 7 2 8 1

Sh 12 2 9 2 26 10 10 6

Sh% .167 .000 .111 .000 .039 .100 .100 .000

PIM 1-2 2-4 2-4 2-4 7-14 7-25 2-4 4-8

+/- +6 +3 +5 +2 +7 +1 +6 +1

PP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GW 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0

5 3 3 4 0 2 5 0

11 4 5 5 0 2 2 0

16 7 8 9 0 4 7 0

33 29 25 31 1 28 34 6

.152 .103 .120 .129 .000 .071 .147 .000

3-6 5-10 8-16 5-10 6-23 2-4 11-22 0-0

+8 +2 +7 +6 +3 +1 +7 E

3 0 0 3 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

1 11 0 0

6 15 1 5

7 26 1 5

29 54 5 11

.043 .203 .000 .000

10-20 9-18 1-2 2-4

+6 +15 0 +3

1 4 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 2 0 1

Rank Notes Loc

3/11/94 3/12/94 3/12/94 3/8/96 3/9/96 3/14/97 3/15/97 3/13/98 3/14/98 12/3/99 - - 12/4/99 - - 2/4/00 - - 2/5/00 - - 3/11/00 - - 10/27/00 - - 10/28/00 - - 2/2/01 - - 2/3/01 - - 11/16/01 - - 11/17/01 - - 3/8/02 - - 3/9/02 - - 3/15/02 - - 1/16/03 - - 1/17/03 - - 2/21/03 - - 2/22/03 - - 3/15/03 - - 12/11/03 - - 12/13/03 - - 2/20/04 - - 2/21/04 - - 1/21/05 - - 1/22/05 - - 2/18/05 - - 2/19/05 - - 3/13/05 - - 2/3/06 - - 2/4/06 - - 3/3/06 - - 3/4/06 - - 3/11/06 - - 12/15/06 - - 12/16/06 - - 2/2/07 - - 2/3/07 - - 2/16/07 - - 2/17/07 - - 11/9/07 - - 11/10/07 - - 12/7/07 - - 12/8/07 - - 1/11/08 - - 1/12/08 - - 11/7/08 - - 11/8/08 - - 12/5/08 - - 12/6/08 - - 2/6/09 - - 2/7/09 - - 3/14/09 - - 10/31/09 15 - 11/1/09 15 - 11/20/09 8 - 11/21/09 8 - 3/5/10 8 - 3/6/10 8 -

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ C C C C 1 C C C C C C C C 2 C C C C 3 C C C C C C C C 4 C C C C 5 C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 6 C C C C C C

a a a a a h h a a h h a a a h h a a h h a a n a a h h n a a h h a a h h n a a h h n h h a a h h a a h h a a a a h h h h h a a h h a a

Result Cmb L 3 W 2 W 2 L 1 L 0 W 3 W 4 L 2 L 2 L 4 L 3 W 5 L 1 L 4 L 4 L 2 L 2 L 1 W 7 L 3 L 2 L 3 L 2 L 2 L 3 L 3 W 3 W 2 L 5 W 5 T 3 W 4 W 3 L 1 L 1 W 3 W 3 L 1 L 2 W 3 W 5 W 4 W 3 W 4 T 5 W 3 W 4 L 3 W 2 T 3 W 4 W 2 W 4 W 7 L 2 W 2 W 3 W 4 W 2 W 4 W 4 W 2 W 2 W 6 W 6 W 3 T 2

5 8 1 3 1 ot 3 7 8 3 3 2 5 2 6 6 8 5 7 6 10 6 9 4 ot 9 6 7 10 14 5 9 4 6 3 5 2 3 3 10 6 9 5 7 5 8 5 7 3 ot 5 4 ot 7 6 9 2 ot 5 1 ot 3 7 12 3 8 3 ot 6 2 6 1 4 5 6 3 4 2 5 0 3 2 3 4 6 1 4 0 5 3 ot 7 2 5 2 6 5 ot 10 1 4 3 7 4 7 0 2 3 ot 6 1 5 0 2 0 4 1 8 4 6 1 3 1 4 2 6 0 2 2 6 1 5 1 ot 3 1 ot 3 1 7 3 9 2 5 2 ot 4

Notes Rank- BSU/Opponent rank in USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine poll on date of game C- College Hockey America regular-season $- NCAA Div. II Championship // *- mini game 1- CHA Tournament; Huntsville, Ala. 2- CHA Tournament; Niagara Falls, N.Y. 3- CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. 4- CHA Tournament; Grand Rapids, Minn. 5- CHA Tournament; Detroit, Mich. 6- CHA Tournament; Bemidji, Minn.

*played 2007-08 at Wayne State University. Goaltenders Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas Travis Bosch -

GP 5 1

GS Min 5 309:48 1 60:00

GA 7 3

GAA 1.36 3.00

Sv 138 28

Sv% .952 .903

W L 4 0 1 0

T 1 0

SHO PP SH 0 2 0 0 1 0

-through Mar. 8, 2010

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Bemidji State Hockey Bemidji State - Niagara Series

All-Time Series Results Date

11/5/99 11/6/99 11/19/99 11/20/99 1/5/01 1/6/01 2/9/01 2/10/01 2/1/02 2/2/02 2/14/02 2/15/02 12/13/02 12/14/02 2/28/03 3/1/03 1/9/04 1/10/04 3/5/04 3/6/04 3/14/04 11/19/04 11/20/04 12/10/04 12/11/04 12/2/05 12/3/05 2/24/06 2/25/06 3/12/06 10/27/06 10/28/06 11/17/06 11/18/06 11/02/07 11/03/07 11/30/07 12/01/07 3/16/08 11/21/08 11/22/08 1/23/09 1/24/09 2/19/09 2/20/09 12/4/09 12/5/09 1/15/10 1/16/10 2/19/10 2/20/10 3/12/10

Rank Notes Loc - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - rv rv rv rv rv - - - - rv rv - - - - - - - rv rv - - - - - - - - - 4 4 11 11 7 7 8

rv rv 15 15 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - rv rv 19 19 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C 1 C C C C C C C C 2 C C C C C C C C 3 C C C C C C C C C C C C 4

h h a a a a h h h h a a a a h h a a h h n a a h h h h a a n a a h h h h a a a a a h h a a h h a a h h a

Result Cmb L 2 T 3 L 2 L 0 L 3 L 1 W 6 T 1 W 7 W 3 L 3 L 1 L 2 T 3 T 2 W 6 L 3 W 3 L 1 W 5 L 3 W 5 W 2 W 8 L 2 L 3 W 8 L 5 L 1 W 4 L 2 T 2 T 2 T 3 L 2 W 3 W 5 T 2 L 2 L 1 W 3 L 3 W 3 W 3 W 4 W 8 W 3 L 4 W 4 W 3 W 6

Notes Rank- BSU/Opponent rank in USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine poll on date of game C- College Hockey America regular-season 1- CHA Tournament; Kearney, Neb. 2- CHA Tournament; Detroit, Mich. 3- CHA Tournament; Niagara Falls, N.Y. 4- CHA Tournament; Niagara Falls, N.Y.

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

Quickly

uSeries: Last win Last loss Last tie uIn Bemidji: Last win Last loss Last tie uIn Niagara: Last win Last loss Last tie uNeutral: Last win Last loss Last tie

Bemidji State leads, 22-21-8 6-1; Feb. 20, 2010 in Bemidji 4-6; Jan. 15, 2010 in Niagara 2-2; Dec. 1, 2007 in Niagara Bemidji State leads, 13-6-5 6-1; Feb. 20, 2010 4-6; Jan. 15, 2010 3-3; Nov. 18, 2006 Bemidji State trails, 8-14-3 4-3; Jan. 16, 2010 4-6; Jan. 15, 2010 2-2; Dec. 1, 2007 series tied, 1-1-0 4-2; March 12, 2006 4-3/ot; March 14, 2004 n/a

Streaks uCurrent: streak: streak began: streak ended: uLongest Winning Streak: streak began: streak ended: uLongest Losing Streak: streak began: streak ended:

Career vs Niagara Name Ryan Adams* Jake Areshenko Emil Billberg Matt Carlson Ryan Cramer Darcy Findlay Jordan George Kyle Hardwick Matt Hartmann Brad Hunt Ben Kinne Tyler Lehrke Ian Lowe Dan MacIntyre Jamie MacQueen Aaron McLeod Chris McKelvie Brance Orban Chris Peluso Matt Read Brady Wacker Shea Walters

GP 8 4 9 2 14 4 5 8 3 10 10 16 12 7 10 5 17 2 13 15 5 8

G 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 0 1 5 4 5 1 2 0 1 2 0 6 0 2

Superlatives First meeting: Last meeting: Shutouts: Overtime Games: Largest Deciding Margin... u...of Victory: at home: away: u... of Defeat: at home: away: Scoring Superlatives uAll-Time Score... ...Total ...in Bemidji ...in Niagara ...neutral site uMost Goals... ...for ...against ...both uFewest Goals... ...for ...against ...both

unbeaten in three WWW Jan. 16, 2010 (W, 4-3) active five Jan. 24, 2009 (W, 3-1) Jan. 15, 2010 (L, 4-6) four Nov. 19, 1999 (L, 5-2) Feb. 9, 2001 (W, 6-2)

A 3 1 1 0 3 0 4 2 0 5 2 5 2 2 3 1 5 1 8 4 4 2

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

Sh 4 1 4 0 28 9 10 8 2 32 27 25 24 6 26 12 36 4 13 54 4 20

Nov. 5, 1999 (L, 4-2) Feb. 20, 2010 (W, 6-1) 3 (2-1-0) 11 (1-1-9)

Sh% .000 .000 .000 .000 .107 .333 .100 .000 .000 .031 .185 .160 .208 .167 .077 .000 .028 .500 .000 .111 .000 .100

PIM 2-4 1-2 1-2 0-0 6-12 1-2 3-6 2-4 0-0 3-6 5-10 6-22 1-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 3-6 0-0 7-14 6-15 1-2 1-2

+/- +4 +2 -2 +2 +1 +1 +5 +4 -1 +5 -2 +6 +8 +3 +2 E +2 +2 +2 +10 +1 -1

PP 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

7 (W, 8-1); Dec. 3, 2005 7 (W, 8-1); Dec. 3, 2005 4 (W, 5-1); Nov. 30, 2007 10 (L, 10-0); N ov. 20, 1999 4 (L, 6-2); Dec. 11, 2004 10 (L, 10-0); Nov. 20, 1999 Total Per Game 166-151 3.25-2.96 93-55 3.87-2.29 64-90 2.56-3.60 7-6 3.50-3.00 8, three times 10 (L, 10-0); Nov. 20, 1999 11, three times 0 (L, 10-0); Nov. 20, 1999 0 two times 2 (T, 1-1/ot); Feb. 10, 2001

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

GW 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1

*played 2007-08 at Wayne State University. Goaltenders Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas Travis Bosch -

GP 6 1

GS Min 6 346:41 0 13:19

GA 15 1

GAA 2.50 4:51

Sv 162 3

Sv% .915 .750

W L 5 1 0 0

T 0 0

SHO PP SH 0 2 1 0 0 0

-through Mar. 8, 2010

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Bemidji State Hockey Bemidji State - Robert Morris Series Quickly

Date

uSeires: Bemidji State leads, 18-10-2 Last Win 5-2; Feb. 13, 2010 in Moon Township Last Loss 2-5; Feb. 13, 2010 in Moon Township Last tie 3-3 (ot); Feb. 15, 2009 in Moon Township uIn Bemidji: Bemidji State leads 11-3-1 Last win 5-1; Jan. 29, 2010 Last Loss 2-5; Jan. 30, 2010 Last tie 2-2 (ot); Jan. 25, 2008 uIn Moon T ownship: Bemidji State leads, 7-6-1 Last win 5-2; Feb. 13, 2010 Last loss 2-5; Feb. 13, 2010 Last tie 3-3 (ot); Feb. 15, 2009 uNeutral: Bemidji state trails, 0-1-0 Last win none Last Loss 7-5; Mar. 10, 2007 in Des Moines, Iowa Last tie none Streaks uCurrent: Streak: Streak began: uLongest Winning Streak: Streak began: Streak ended: uLongest Losing Streak: Streak began: Streak ended:

GP 16 6 11 2 13 6 6 15 3 13 13 18 17 3 13 19 2 4 20 17 4 11

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

Superlatives First Meeting: Last Meeting: Shutouts: Overtime Games:

A 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 10 6 5 7 2 4 2 1 1 6 11 1 4

Pts 3 1 3 1 5 2 8 0 0 12 8 10 10 2 6 3 1 1 6 18 1 5

Sh 15 4 7 3 21 6 13 7 1 42 25 36 30 1 42 31 3 2 24 53 9 24

Jan. 14, 2005 (W, 5-1) Feb. 13, 2010 (W, 5-2) 6 (5-1-0) 5 (3-0-2)

Largest Deciding Margin... u...of Victory: 5 twice; Most recent (6-1); Nov. 7, 2009 at home: 5 (6-1); Nov. 7, 2009 away: 5 (7-2); Feb. 16, 2008 u...of Defeat: 4 times; Most recent (2-5); Feb. 13, 2010 at hone: 3 (2-5); Jan. 30, 2010 away: 3 three times; Most recent (2-5; Feb. 13, 2010 Scoring Superlatives uAll-Time Score... Total Per Game ...Total 100-70 3.33-2.33 ...in Bemidji 56-29 3.73-1.93 ...in Moon Township 39-34 2.78-2.42 ...nuetral site 5-7 5.00-7.00 uMost Goals... ...for 7, Feb. 16, 2008 ...agasint 7, Mar. 10, 2007 ...both 12, Mar. 10, 2007 uFewest Goals... ...for 0 (L, 0-3); Feb. 14, 2009 ...agasint 0; 5 times, most recent (W, 2-0) Nov. 6, 2009

unbeaten in one W Feb. 13, 2010 (W, 5-2) 5 (twice) Mar. 7, 2009 (W, 6-4) Jan. 30, 2010 (L, 2-5)) 3 Feb. 9, 2007 (L, 4-2) Jan. 25, 2008 (T, 2-2)

Career vs Robert Morris Name Ryan Adams * Jake Areshenko Emil Billberg Matt Carlson Ryan Cramer Darcy Findlay Jordan George Kyle Hardwick Matt Hartmann Brad Hunt Ben Kinne Tyler Lehrke Ian Lowe Dan MacIntyre Jamie MacQueen Chris McKelvie Aaron McLeod Brance Orban Chris Peluso Matt Read Brady Wacker Shea Walters

All-Time Series Results

Sh% .000 .000 .142 .000 .190 .333 .461 .000 .000 .047 .080 .138 .100 .000 .047 .032 .000 .000 .000 .132 .000 .041

PIM 9-18 6-12 2-4 0-0 2-4 1-2 3-6 4-8 3-6 3-6 0-0 4-8 3-6 0-0 4-11 4-8 0-0 0-0 4-8 9-24 1-2 2-4

+/- +4 +2 +2 +2 E E +6 -1 E +3 +3 -6 +5 E -2 +1 +2 E +4 +15 +3 -3

PP 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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 2/10/07 3/10/07 1/25/08 1/26/08 2/15/08 2/16/08 1/30/09 1/31/09 2/14/09 2/15/09 3/6/09 3/7/09 3/14/09 11/6/09 11/7/09 1/29/10 1/30/10 2/12/10 2/13/10

Rank Notes Loc - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12 12 6 6 5 5

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

C C C C C C C C C C C C 1 C C C C C C C C C C 2 C C C C C C

h h a a a a h h h h a a n h h a a a a a a h h h h h h h a a

Result Cmb W 5 W 4 W 2 W 3 W 2 L 1 W 5 W 5 L 2 W 3 L 2 L 1 L 5 T 2 W 4 L 1 W 7 W 5 W 5 L 0 T 3 L 2 W 6 W 3 W 2 W 6 W 5 L 2 L 2 W 5

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

Notes Rank- BSU/Opponent rank in USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine poll on date of game * Overtime game 1 - CHA Tournament (Des Moines, Iowa) 2 - CHA Tournament (Bemidji, Minn.)

GW 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

*played 2007-08 at Wayne State University. Goaltenders Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas Travis Bosch -

GP 6 2

GS Min 5 282:34 1 72:51

GA 10 2

GAA 2.12 1.65

Sv 121 30

Sv% .923 .938

W L 3 2 0 0

T 0 0

SHO PP SH 1 3 0 0 0 0

-through Mar. 8, 2010

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Bemidji State Hockey Bemidji State Head Coach Tom Serratore

BSU Quick Facts Bemidji State University

Location: Bemidji, Minn. (15,000) Founded/Enrollment: 1919 (5,020) Conference: College Hockey America CHA Members: Bemidji St.; 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 (2,414) President: Dr. Jon E. Quistgaard Athletics Director: Dr. Rick Goeb Head Trainer: Bill Crews Assistant Trainers: Corinne Dauksavage, Travis Shock Trainer Phone: (218) 755-2769 Compliance Coordinator: Sarah Levesque Compliance GA: Dolly Fidelman Compliance Phone: (218) 755-2769 Equipment Manager: Vance Balstad Equipment Phone: (218) 755-3292 Athletics Secretary: 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: Dax Larson (Minn. State ‘07) Office: (218) 755-2763 e-mail: dlarson@bemidjistate.edu Grad Ass’t: Ross LaDue (Iowa State ‘09) e-mail: gladue@bemidjistate.edu SID Phone: (218) 755-2763 SID Fax: (218) 755-3898 Hockey Press Box: (218) 755-3700 Web: www.bsubeavers.com Mailing Address: Bemidji State University #29 (PE 203) 1500 Birchmont Drive NE Bemidji, MN 56601

Team Information 2008-09 Record: CHA Record: Skaters Returning: Skaters Lost:

20-16-1 12-5-1 (1st) 17 (10-F, 6-D, 1-G) 9 (5-F, 2-D, 2-G)

Program History

First Year of Hockey: 1947-48 First Season in Division I 1998-99 Overall Record: 966-466-85 (53rd year/.665) Division I record: 174-163-37 (10th year/.514) CHA Championships: 5 (2004-05-08-09-10) CHA Tournament titles: 3 (2005-06-09) Years in Post-Season Play: 29 (27-15) ...in Div. I NCAA Tournament: 3 (2005-06-09) 2-3 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: 163-126-32 (9th season/.558) Career Record: same 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) e-mail: rmarvin@bemidjistate.edu

Bemidji State ‘87 / ninth season at BSU u Four-Time CHA Coach of the Year (2004, 2005, 2008, 2009) u Five-Time Spencer Penrose Award Finalist (2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009)

C

onventional sports wisdom has long contended it is never wise to follow a legend. However, sporting a remarkable laundry-list of achievements after nearly nine years as head coach at Bemidji State, it appears Tom Serratore is more than comfortable in the role. The legacy Serratore was asked to continue upon accepting the role as Bemidji State’s seventh head coach in 2001 is one of the finest in all of collegiate athletics. Serratore walks by the trophy case running the length of the John Glas Fieldhouse concourse on his way to practice each day, in full view of the 13 small-college national championship trophies enshrined therein, trophies won by future hockey Hall of Fame member R.H. “Bob” Peters. Serratore not only had the challenge of inheriting one of the true dynasties in the history of collegiate athletics, he also was called to oversee its growth into a Division I program. While Serratore will be the first to admit he’ll not be able to replicate Peters’ achievements, there can be little doubt the program is in the right hands. Serratore’s Milestone Wins BSU finished 4-26-4 in 2000-01, the year before Serratore took control of 1a 10/12/01 vs Minnesota St. 3/14/03 vs Findlay the program. He led BSU to a 12-18-5 record during his rookie campaign, and 25 b 2/27/04 at Air Force has increased BSU’s win total each of the four years that followed. BSU finished 43 50 11/19/04 at Niagara 23-13-1 in 2004-05, giving the Beavers a school-record for wins in a Division 75 11/11/05 at Wayne St. (Mich.) I season and back-to-back 20-win campaigns for the first time as a Division I 100 1/5/07 vs Wayne St. (Mich.) program. In 2008-09 Serratore led the Beavers through the regular season to 125 11/29/08 vs. Michigan Tech post their fourth CHA championship in six years before their third CHA Tourna- 150 11/21/09 vs. Ala.-Huntsville ment championship, the program’s first NCAA Division I Tournament victory and a- coaching debut a chance represent the university and the CHA in the Frozen Four for the first time. Under Serratore’s guidance, 23 BSU skaters have earned All-CHA honors, including two-time First-Team All-CHA picks Marty Goulet (2002-03), Bryce Methven (2003-04), Matt Climie (2006-07), Travis Winter (2006-07 and Cody Bostock (2007-08) with three Beavers earning CHA Rookie of the Year laurels. BSU has had multiple skaters named First-Team All-CHA six of the last seven seasons, including a school-record three first-teamers in 2003. Academic excellence has been a staple of the BSU program under Serratore. The Beavers had a CHArecord 18 skaters named Academic All-CHA in 2008, and under Serratore’s guidance have a league-high 132 Academic All-CHA picks over the last nine years. Niagara is second with 103 selections in the same span. In addition, BSU has had eight CoSIDA Academic All-District V selections under Serratore, including 2005 FirstTeam Academic All-America selection Peter Jonsson. Serratore’s achievements have not gone unnoticed. He is a four-time CHA Coach of the Year, winning the honor in 2004, 2005, 2008 and 2009 and in eight years as a collegiate head coach he has been named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, given annually to the American Hockey Coaches Association’s National Coach of the Year, five times, including a runner-up finish in 2009. Serratore took the reigns as the seventh head coach at Bemidji State in 2001 after having spent the previous three seasons as the associate head coach for Peters.

Serratore at Bemidji State year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

overall CHA Bemidji State 12-18-5 8-7-4 Bemidji State 14-14-8 10-6-4 Bemidji State 20-13-3 16-3-1 Bemidji State 23-13-1 16-4-0 Bemidji State 20-14-3 12-7-1 Bemidji State 14-14-5 9-6-5 Bemidji State 17-16-3 13-4-3 Bemidji State 20-16-1 12-5-1 Bemidji State 23-8-3 14-3-1 Totals 163-126-32 110-45-20

Notes First .500 finish as a Division I program BSU’s 1st 20-win season in Division I; CHA regular-season champions CHA regular-season & tournament champions; NCAA Northeast Regional BSU loses school-record nine one-goal games; NCAA Midwest Regional BSU-record 11-game unbeaten streak vs CHA; records 100th career win CHA regular-season champions CHA Champions; CHA Tournament Champions; First Frozen Four appearance 7-0-1 BSU’s best start to a season since 1984-85 (11-0-0); CHA Champions

BSU Career Coaching Victories 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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R.H. “Bob” Peters uTom Serratore Vic Weber Mike Gibbons Eric Hughes Wayne Peterson Jack Aldrich

702 163 42 30 17 10 2

1966-2001 2001-p 1959-’66 1982-’83 1948-’50 1964-’65 1947-’48

BSU Career Games Coached 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

R.H. “Bob” Peters uTom Serratore Vic Weber Mike Gibbons Eric Hughes Wayne Peterson Jack Aldrich

1,044 321 63 37 30 12 10

1966-2001 2001-p 1959-’66 1982-’83 1948-’50 1964-’65 1947-’48

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Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Bemidji State Statistics Schedule & Results Record All Games College Hockey America Non-Conference

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Date Oct. 9, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 25, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 6, 2009 Nov. 7, 2009 Nov. 14, 2009 Nov. 15, 2009 Nov. 20, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 27, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Dec. 4, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Dec. 11, 2009 Dec. 12, 2009 Jan. 2, 2010 Jan. 3, 2010 Jan. 15, 2010 Jan. 16, 2010 Jan. 22, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Jan. 29, 2010 Jan. 30, 2010 Feb. 12, 2010 Feb. 13, 2010 Feb.19, 2010 Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 Feb. 27, 2010 Mar. 5, 2010 Mar. 6, 2010

Overall 23-8-3 14-3-1 9-5-2

Home Away Neutral Overtime 12-3-0 11-5-3 1-1-0 3-1-3 9-1-0 5-2-1 0-0-0 2-0-1 3-2-0 6-3-2 1-1-0 1-1-2

Opponent (rv) Air Force (rv) Air Force at Northern Michigan at Northern Michigan at Ala.-Huntsville at Ala.-Huntsville Robert Morris Robert Morris at Minnesota at Minnesota Ala.-Huntsville Ala.-Huntsville vs. (1) Miami (Ohio) vs. Ohio State Niagara Niagara Minnesota State Minnesota State at Western Michigan at Western Michigan at Niagara at Niagara (4) Minnesota Duluth at (4) Minnesota Duluth Robert Morris Robert Morris at Robert Morris at Robert Morris Niagara Niagara (rv) Nebraska-Omaha (rv) Nebraska-Omaha at Ala.-Huntsville at Ala.-Huntsville

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

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

Shots 28-21 28-24 26-28 26-13 22-30 31-32 39-23 40-28 22-29 19-27 27-26 27-31 15-22 21-26 39-29 22-31 31-31 31-14 29-31 30-26 39-32 31-29 30-26 24-35 31-32 28-30 45-23 24-28 25-27 39-33 17-25 18-27 32-30 32-27

Overall 1-0-0 2-0-0 2-0-1 3-0-1 4-0-1 5-0-1 6-0-1 7-0-1 7-1-1 8-1-1 9-1-1 10-11 11-1-1 11-2-1 12-2-1 13-2-1 13-3-1 13-4-1 13-4-2 14-4-2 14-5-2 15-5-2 16-5-2 17-5-2 18-5-2 18-6-2 18-7-2 19-7-2 20-7-2 21-7-2 22-7-2 22-8-2 23-8-2 23-8-3

CHA Time Attend - 2:10 2,182 - 2:15 2,116 - 2:15 2,974 - 2:05 3,301 1-0-0 2:18 1,446 2-0-0 2:14 1,186 3-0-0 2:14 1,915 4-0-0 2:28 1,590 - 2:18 10,198 $ - 2:15 9,913 5-0-0 2:15 2,108 6-0-0 2:18 2,298 - 2:06 11,096 - 2:14 11,241 7-0-0 2:15 2,007 8-0-0 2:15 2,153 - 2:15 2,393 - 2:15 2,359 - 2:10 1,679 - 2:10 1,512 8-1-0 2:04 966 9-1-0 2:04 1,015 - 2:25 2,414 $ - 2:30 5,396 10-1-0 2:20 2,108 10-2-0 2:20 2,243 10-3-0 2:05 863 11-3-0 2:05 987 12-3-0 2:15 2,414 $ 13-3-0 2:20 2,414 $ - 2:00 7,031 - 2:10 8,202 14-3-0 2:04 3,287 14-3-1 2:15 1,527

Goalie of Record Bakala (1-0-0) Bakala (2-0-0) Bakala (2-0-1) Dugasa (1-0-0) Bakala (3-0-1) Bakala (4-0-1 Bakala (5-0-1) Bakala (6-0-1) Bakala (6-1-1) Dugasa (2-0-0) Bakala (7-1-1) Dugasa (3-0-0) Bakala (8-1-1) Dugasa (3-1-0) Bakala (9-1-1) Bakala (10-1-1) Bakala (10-2-1) Dugas (3-2-0) Bakala (10-2-2) Bakala (11-2-2) Bakala (11-3-2) Bakala (12-3-2) Bakala (13-3-2) Bakala (14-3-2) Bakala (15-3-2) Bakala (15-4-2) Bakala (15-5-2) Dugas (16-5-2) Bakala (16-5-2) Balkala (17-5-2) Bakala (18-5-2) Bakala (18-5-2) Bakala (19-5-2) Bakala (19-5-3)

(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 / ^ College Hockey America Tournament 1- College Hockey America Tournament; Lewiston, N.Y. (x/ - opponent’s tournament seed) S- Subway Holiday Classic; Grand Forks, N.D.

TEAM RECORD Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

W-L-T 23-8-3 14-3-1 12-3-0 10-4-3 1-1-0 3-1-3

ATTENDANCE Gms Total Avg. Total: 34 116,252 3,419 Home: 15 33,618 2,241 Away: 19 61483 3,235 Neutral: 2 22,337 11,169

Team Statistics

SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game Assists POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

BSU 120-965 .124 3.5 28.4 181 30-150 .200 204 .147 120 30 4 4 0 16 3 0 0

OPP 74-931 .079 2.2 27.4 129 27-165 .164 193 .140 74 27 1 2 0 3 1 0 0

PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game Minor Major 10-minute Misconduct Game Misconduct Gross Misconduct Match SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)

182 417 5.4 12.3 171 7 1 3 0 0 1-2

GOALS BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents SAVES BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents

2 3 OT 28 51 3 26 35 1

Total 120 74

1 2 3 OT 284 314 247 12 257 281 295 12

Total 857 845

1 38 12

172 404 5.1 11.9 162 4 3 3 0 0 2-1

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Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Bemidji State overall Statistics

Overall Record: 23-8-3 Conf: 14-3-1 Home: 12-3-0 Away: 10-4-3 Neut: 1-1-0 ## Name 19 Matt Read 28 Jordan George 29 Brad Hunt 22 Ian Lowe 20 Ben Kinne 26 Tyler Lehrke 15 Ryan Cramer 23 Chris McKelvie 17 Jamie MacQueen 11 Shea Walters 25 Brady Wacker 6 Darcy Findlay 3 Ryan Adams 9 Chris Peluso 14 Aaron McLeod 4 Dan MacIntyre 7 Brance Orban 16 Emil Billberg 8 Jake Areshenko 27 Kyle Hardwick 33 Dan Bakala 5 Matt Carlson 21 Matt Hartmann 2 Tyler Jundt TM TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP 34 33 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 29 27 28 33 26 27 15 11 31 30 27 29 11 11 2 17 34 34

GOALTENDERS ## Name 35 Mathieu Dugas 33 Dan Bakala TM EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

## 29 19 22 20 17 28 11 26 25 15 6 27 5 4 33 3 23 9 8

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POWER PLAYS Brad Hunt Matt Read Ian Lowe Ben Kinne Jamie MacQueen Jordan George Shea Walters Tyler Lehrke Brady Wacker Ryan Cramer Darcy Findlay Kyle Hardwick Matt Carlson Dan MacIntyre Dan Bakala Ryan Adams Chris McKelvie Chris Peluso Jake Areshenko

G 19 13 7 19 9 9 10 8 8 2 1 6 1 0 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 120 74

A Pts 21 40 20 33 24 31 10 29 14 23 13 22 8 18 9 17 8 16 11 13 9 10 2 8 6 7 7 7 3 6 5 6 2 5 2 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 181 301 129 203

Shots Pct 109 .174 67 .194 78 .090 85 .224 58 .155 53 .170 72 .139 76 .105 78 .103 47 .043 33 .030 36 .167 27 .037 34 .000 35 .086 11 .091 12 .250 16 .062 13 .000 13 .000 0 .000 6 .000 5 .000 1 .000 0 .000 965 .124 931 .079

+/- +33 +23 +17 +26 +5 +8 +5 +7 +9 -1 +4 +5 +24 +3 +5 +11 0 +3 +10 +4 0 +7 -1 +4 0 +211 -

GP-GS 8-6 29-28 17-0 34-0 34-0

Minutes 385:07 1644:43 10:50 2040:40 2040:40

GA 13 59 2 74 120

Saves Pct 134 .912 723 .925 0 .000 857 .921 845 .876

GP 34 34 34 34 34 33 29 34 27 34 28 27 11 15 29 33 34 26 30

A 12 10 3 3 2 3 5 4 4 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

Shots Pct 38 .132 18 .111 29 .276 16 .312 29 .138 19 .158 11 .091 7 .143 8 .000 10 .000 1 1.000 3 .000 1 .000 2 .000 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000 9 .000 1 .000

G 5 2 8 5 4 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 17 12 11 8 6 6 6 5 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

Avg 2.03 2.15 - 2.18 3.53

No-Min Min Maj Oth 10-26 8 2 0 14-28 14 0 0 11-33 9 1 1 6-12 6 0 0 12-24 12 0 0 8-16 8 0 0 12-24 12 0 0 13-26 13 0 0 14-31 13 1 0 4-19 2 1 1 9-18 9 0 0 11-33 9 1 1 7-14 7 0 0 8-16 8 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 8-27 6 1 1 0-0 0 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 11-22 11 0 0 9-18 9 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 182-417 171 7 4 172-404 162 4 6

W 3 19 0 22 8

L 2 6 0 8 22

T 0 3 0 3 3

PP 2 3 5 8 5 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 27

SH 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1

FG 6 2 0 5 0 1 1 4 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 7

GW GTG OT 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 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 1 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 23 2 3 8 0 1

Sho PP 1 4 3 22 0 1 4 27 1 30

SH 0 1 0 1 4

EN 0 0 2 2 4

HT 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

PN 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

UA 4 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 3

PEN SOG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Bemidji State Road Statistics

Road Record: 10-4-3 Conf: 5-2-1 Nonconference.: 5-2-2 ## Name 19 Matt Read 29 Brad Hunt 28 Jordan George 26 Tyler Lehrke 20 Ben Kinne 22 Ian Lowe 17 Jamie MacQueen 23 Chris McKelvie 11 Shea Walters 9 Chris Peluso 25 Brady Wacker 15 Ryan Cramer 7 Brance Orban 4 Dan MacIntyre 3 Ryan Adams 6 Darcy Findlay 14 Aaron McLeod 8 Jake Areshenko 16 Emil Billberg 5 Matt Carlson 27 Kyle Hardwick 21 Matt Hartmann 2 Tyler Jundt TM TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP 17 17 16 17 17 17 17 17 16 15 11 17 5 10 17 12 14 15 16 4 12 6 1 9 17 17

GOALTENDERS ## Name 35 Mathieu Dugas 33 Dan Bakala TM EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

GP-GS 5-3 15-14 9-0 17-0 17-0

## 29 19 22 20 17 26 11 28 25 9 15 27 8 3 23 4

GP 17 17 17 17 17 17 16 16 11 15 17 12 15 17 17 10

POWER PLAYS Brad Hunt Matt Read Ian Lowe Ben Kinne Jamie MacQueen Tyler Lehrke Shea Walters Jordan George Brady Wacker Chris Peluso Ryan Cramer Kyle Hardwick Jake Areshenko Ryan Adams Chris McKelvie Dan MacIntyre

G 9 2 5 5 6 7 5 4 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 39

G 1 1 6 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A 9 14 8 8 4 2 3 3 4 5 5 1 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 73 66

Pts 18 16 13 13 10 9 8 7 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 125 105

Shots Pct 44 .205 41 .049 36 .139 28 .179 30 .200 42 .167 33 .152 41 .098 28 .036 21 .000 7 .000 30 .100 4 .500 7 .143 16 .000 13 .077 18 .056 9 .000 9 .000 0 .000 6 .000 3 .000 1 .000 0 .000 467 .111 472 .083

+/- +13 +3 +6 +7 -6 +10 +5 +5 -7 -1 0 -4 -2 +6 +8 +1 +1 0 0 0 +1 -1 +2 0 +47 -

Minutes 205:50 828:48 5:37 1040:15 1040:15

GA 5 33 1 39 52

Saves Pct 71 .934 362 .916 0 .000 433 .917 415 .889

A 8 7 0 2 1 3 4 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

Shots Pct 19 .053 6 .167 16 .375 7 .429 15 .200 3 .333 8 .000 11 .091 1 .000 7 .000 5 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000

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

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

Avg 1.46 2.39 - 2.25 3.00

No-Min 3-6 5-10 9-18 4-8 6-12 3-6 9-18 5-10 2-4 7-14 3-6 5-10 0-0 4-19 2-4 6-12 1-2 6-12 1-2 2-4 5-10 2-4 0-0 2-4 92-195 85-208

Min Maj Oth 3 0 0 5 0 0 9 0 0 4 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 9 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 7 0 0 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 90 1 1 79 2 4

PP 1 1 1 1 3 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 13

SH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

FG 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 4

GW GTG OT 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 2 3 4 0 0

W 2 7 0 9 4

Sho PP 1 2 2 10 0 1 3 13 1 16

SH 0 1 0 1 2

EN 0 0 1 1 2

L 0 4 0 4 9

T 0 3 0 3 3

HT 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

PN 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

UA 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1

PEN SOG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Bemidji State CHA Statistics Nonconference Record: 14-3-1 Home: 9-1-0 Road: 5-2-1 Nuetral: 0-0-0 ## Name 19 Matt Read 28 Jordan George 22 Ian Lowe 20 Ben Kinne 29 Brad Hunt 26 Tyler Lehrke 15 Ryan Cramer 17 Jamie MacQueen 23 Chris McKelvie 11 Shea Walters 6 Darcy Findlay 3 Ryan Adams 25 Brady Wacker 7 Brance Orban 4 Dan MacIntyre 16 Emil Billberg 9 Chris Peluso 8 Jake Areshenko 27 Kyle Hardwick 14 Aaron McLeod 5 Matt Carlson 21 Matt Hartmann TM TEAM Total............... Opponents...........

GP 18 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 15 15 18 13 6 8 18 14 16 14 13 8 6 8 18 18

GOALTENDERS ## Name 33 Dan Bakala 35 Mathieu Dugas TM EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

## 29 22 20 19 26 11 17 28 15 25 6 3 23 5 4 27 9

18

POWER PLAYS Brad Hunt Ian Lowe Ben Kinne Matt Read Tyler Lehrke Shea Walters Jamie MacQueen Jordan George Ryan Cramer Brady Wacker Darcy Findlay Ryan Adams Chris McKelvie Matt Carlson Dan MacIntyre Kyle Hardwick Chris Peluso

G 12 8 11 5 4 6 7 4 3 1 5 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 71 40

A Pts 11 23 13 21 7 18 10 15 11 15 8 14 6 13 5 9 6 9 7 8 1 6 5 6 6 6 2 4 3 4 2 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 113 184 67 107

Shots Pct 66 .182 33 .242 51 .216 39 .128 51 .078 35 .171 44 .159 49 .082 46 .065 23 .043 22 .227 16 .062 17 .000 6 .333 6 .167 11 .091 18 .000 8 .000 8 .000 17 .000 5 .000 3 .000 0 .000 574 .124 522 .077

+/- +21 +17 +17 0 +9 +1 +6 +4 -1 0 +2 +13 +7 +2 +5 0 +1 +7 -1 +2 +6 -1 0 +117 -

GP-GS 17-16 4-2 8-0 18-0 18-0

Minutes 937:53 146:10 5:19 1089:22 1089:22

GA 32 6 2 40 71

Saves Pct 421 .929 61 .910 0 .000 482 .923 503 .876

GP 18 18 18 18 18 15 18 17 18 13 15 18 18 8 8 14 14

A 5 2 3 3 3 3 1 2 3 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0

Shots Pct 23 .087 16 .250 9 .333 12 .167 3 .333 5 .200 17 .118 12 .083 7 .000 5 .000 1 1.000 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000 2 .000 2 .000 5 .000

G 2 4 3 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

Avg 2.05 2.46 - 2.20 3.91

No-Min Min Maj Oth 6-15 5 1 0 8-16 8 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 9-18 9 0 0 5-10 5 0 0 5-10 5 0 0 5-10 5 0 0 7-17 6 1 0 8-16 8 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 7-25 5 1 1 4-8 4 0 0 3-6 3 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 5-21 3 1 1 2-4 2 0 0 3-6 3 0 0 9-18 9 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 3-6 3 0 0 3-6 3 0 0 101-230 95 4 2 89-194 87 0 2

W 12 1 0 13 3

L 3 0 0 3 13

T 1 0 0 1 1

PP 2 1 4 3 2 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 10

SH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

FG 4 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 4

GW GTG OT 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 1 2 3 0 0

Sho PP 1 8 0 1 0 1 1 10 0 17

SH 1 0 0 1 1

EN 0 0 2 2 3

HT 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

PN 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

UA 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 3

PEN SOG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey 2009-10 Goal Scoring History 10/9 (NR) Air Force (W, 3-1) 1 7:21 uChris McKelvie (1) (Jamie MacQueen/1, Tyler Lehrke/1)............... 1-0 2 9:47 Ian Lowe (1) (Jordan George/1, Matt Read/1)................................... 2-0 3 15:08 Ryan Cramer (1) (Ben Kinne/1, Shea Walters/1)............................... 3-0 10/10 (NR) Air Force (W, 7-3) 1 4:13 Ryan Cramer (2) (Shea Walters/2, Ben Kinne/2)............................... 1-0 1 7:02 Brady Wacker (1) (Tyler Lehrke/2, Chris Peluso/1)............................ 2-1 1 11:18 PP Brad Hunt (1) (Matt Read/2).............................................................. 3-1 1 12:24 SH Matt Read (1) (unassisted)................................................................ 4-1 2 10:43 Matt Read (2) (Ryan Cramer/1)......................................................... 5-2 2 12:18 PP Jordan George (1) (Brad Hunt/1, Matt Read/3)................................. 6-2 3 13:58 Aaron McLeod (1) (unassisted).......................................................... 7-3 10/23 at (NR) Northern Michgan (T, 3-3) 1 2:51 Jamie MacQueen (1) (Chris McKelvie/1)........................................... 1-1 3 3:18 PP Jordan George (2) (Shea Walters/3).................................................. 2-2 3 19:50 EA w Ben Kinne (1) (Jordan George/2, Brad Hunt/2)............................. 3-3 10/24 at (NR) Northern Michgan (W, 5-0) 1 3:19 SH u Chris McKelvie (2) (Tyler Lehrke/3)................................................ 1-0 1 11:14 Tyler Lehrke (1) (Brady Wacker/1, Chris Peluso/2)............................ 2-0 2 0:58 Ryan Cramer (3) (Matt Read/4, Brad Hunt/3).................................... 3-0 3 8:24 PP Ian Lowe (2), Brad Hunt/4, Matt Read/5).......................................... 4-0 3 12:07 Chris McKelvie (3) (unassisted)......................................................... 5-0 10/31 at (NR) Alabama-Huntsville (W, 2-1 OT) 1 1:50 PP Matt Read (3) (Jordan George/3, Brad Hunt/6)................................. 1-0 OT 3:44 uMatt Read (4) (Jordan George/4, Ryan Adams/1).......................... 2-1 11/1 at (NR) Alabama-Huntsville (W, 2-1 OT) 3 10:31 Matt Read (5) (unassisted)................................................................ 1-1 OT 1:01 uBen Kinne (2) (unassisted).............................................................. 2-1 11/6 (NR) Robert Morris (W, 2-0) 3 8:23 uMatt Read (6) (Jordan George/5, Jake Areshenko/1)..................... 1-0 3 19:37 EN Jordan George (3) (Matt Read/6, Chris Peluso/3)............................. 2-0 11/7 (NR) Robert Morris (W, 6-1) 1 8:46 Darcy Findlay (1) (Brad Hunt/7, Emil Billberg/1)................................ 1-0 2 6:19 uTyler Lehrke (2) (Ben Kinne/3, Jamie MacQueen/2)....................... 2-0 2 8:07 Ian Lowe (3) (Brady Wacker/2, Matt Read/7).................................... 3-0 3 0:45 Matt Read (7) (Brad Hunt/8, Matt Carlson/1).................................... 4-1 3 17:21 Jordan George (4) (Aaron McLeod/1, Ryan Adams/2)...................... 5-1 3 18:11 Emil Billberg (1) (Brad Hunt/9, Darcy Findlay/1)................................ 6-1 11/14 at (NR) Minnesota (L, 1-4) 1 3:03 Jordan George (5) (unassisted)......................................................... 1-0 11/15 at (NR) Minnesota (W, 6-2) 1 8:02 Shea Walters (1) (unassisted)............................................................ 1-0 1 9:10 Matt Read (8) (Jordan George/6)....................................................... 2-0 2 16:11 uJamie MacQueen (2) (Brady Wacker/3, Chris Peluso/4)................ 3-1 3 1:38 Brad Hunt (2) (Shea Walters/4, Jordan George/7)............................. 4-1 3 1:52 Jamie MacQueen (3) (unassisted)..................................................... 5-1 3 3:04 Aaron McLeod (2) (Brad Hunt/10, Jake Areshenko/2)...................... 6-1 11/20 (NR) Ala.-Huntsville (W, 6-1) 1 13:21 Matt Read (9) (Jordan George/8, Ian Lowe/1)................................... 1-0 1 14:07 uRyan Cramer (4) (Shea Walters/5, Ben Kinne/4)............................ 2-0 1 16:47 Jordan George (6) (Ryan Cramer/2, Matt Read/8)............................ 3-0 3 1:18 Ian Lowe (4) (Jordan George/9, Kyle Hardwick/1)............................. 4-1 3 4:51 Jamie MacQueen (4) (Brady Wacker/3, Ben Kinne/5)....................... 5-1 3 12:10 Chris McKelvie (4) (Tyler Lehrke/4).................................................... 6-1 11/21 (NR) Ala.-Huntsville (W, 6-3) 1 15:27 Ryan Adams (1) (Ryan Cramer/3, Shea Walters/6)........................... 1-1 1 17:32 Brad Hunt (3) (Jordan George/10, Shea Walters/7)........................... 2-1 2 2:03 Brad Hunt (4) (Matt Read/9, Ian Lowe/2).......................................... 3-1 2 13:03 uRyan Cramer (5) (Ben Kinne/6, Shea Walters/8)............................ 4-2 2 13:23 Matt Read (10) (Jordan George/11, Brad Hunt/11)........................... 5-2 3 3:16 Brad Hunt (5) (Matt Read/10, Ian Lowe/3)........................................ 6-3 11/27 (1) Miami (Ohio) (W, 3-2) 1 8:37 Darcy Findlay (2) (Aaron McLeod/2).................................................. 1-0 2 6:02 Tyler Lehrke (3) (Chris McKelvie/2).................................................... 2-0 3 16:41 uChris McKelvie (5) (Matt Read/11, Dan MacIntyre/1)..................... 3-2 11/28 (NR) Ohio State (L, 1-2 OT) 1 17:29 Aaron McLeod (3) (Darcy Findlay/2, Ryan Adams/3)........................ 1-0 12/4 (NR) Niagara (W, 8-2) 1 17:49 Ian Lowe (5) (Jordan George/12, Matt Read/12)............................... 1-0 2 3:43 Ian Lowe (6) (Dan Maclntyre/1, Jordan George/13).......................... 2-1 2 2:03 uRyan Cramer (6) (Shea Walters/9).................................................. 3-1 2 17:55 Tyler Lehrke (4) (Jamie MacQueen/3, Chris McKelvie/2).................. 4-1 3 1:19 SH Matt Read (11) (unassisted).............................................................. 5-1 3 12:56 Ben Kinne (3) (Brady Wacker/4, Kyle Hardwick/2)............................ 6-2 3 16:49 PP Shea Walters (2) (Dan Maclntyre/2, Ryan Adams/3)......................... 7-2 3 19:37 PP Darcy Findlay (3) (Ryan Cramer/4, Chris McKelvie/2)....................... 8-2 12/5 (NR) Niagara (W, 3-2) 2 1:53 Chris McKelvie (6) (unassisted)......................................................... 1-0 2 11:28 PP Ben Kinne (4) (Tyler Lehrke/5)........................................................... 2-0 3 16:15 uJamie MacQueen (5) (Tyler Lehrke/6, Chris McKelvie/5)............... 3-1 12/11 (NR) Minnesota State (L, 1-5) 3 4:11 PP Ian Lowe (7) (Brad Hunt/12, Dan Bakala/1)....................................... 1-1

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

12/12 (NR) Minnesota State (L. 2-3) 1 0:54 Matt Read (12) (unassisted).............................................................. 1-0 3 17:57 EA Jordan George (7) (Chris McKelvie/6, Ian Lowe/4)........................... 2-3 1/2 (NR) Western Michigan (T, 0-0 OT) none 1/3 (NR) Western Michigan (W, 3-0) 2 0:35 PP u Ian Lowe (8) (Brad Hunt/13, Matt Read/12).................................. 1-0 2 9:53 PP Ben Kinne (5) (Matt Read/13, Brad Hunt/14).................................... 2-0 3 11:01 PP Ben Kinne (6) (Matt Read/15, Brad Hunt/15).................................... 3-0 1/15 at (NR) Niagara (L, 4-6) 1 8:54 PP Ian Lowe (9) (Brad Hunt/16, Shea Walters/10).................................. 1-0 1 18:06 Ryan Cramer (7) (Brady Wacker/5, Jordan George/14).................... 2-0 3 18:49 Jordan George (8) (Ryan Adams/4)................................................... 3-6. 3 19:12 Brad Hunt (6) (Jamie MacQueen/4, Tyler Lehrke/7) ......................... 4-6 1/16 at (NR) Niagara (W, 3-0) 1 16:30 Dan Maclntyre (1) (Tyler Lehrke/8, Chris McKelvie/6)....................... 1-0 1 16:42 Brance Orban (1) (Matt Read/16)...................................................... 2-0. 2 1:57 Matt Read (13) (Brance Orban/1)...................................................... 3-1. 3 1:42 uBrance Orban (2) (Brady Wacker/6)............................................... 4-2 1/22 (4) Minnesota Duluth (W, 4-1) 1 11:04 Ian Lowe (10) (Jordan George/15, Brad Hunt/17)............................. 1-0 3 3:48 PP uBrad Hunt (7) (Jamie MacQueen/5, Ian Lowe/5)............................ 2-0. 3 9:54 Ian Lowe (11) (Jordan George/16)..................................................... 3-0. 3 11:09 Brance Orban (3) (Ben Kinne/7)........................................................ 4-1 1/23 at (4) Minnesota Duluth (W, 5-4) 1 10:11 Chris McKelvie (7) (Jamie MacQueen/6, Tyler Lehrke/9).................. 1-0 3 7:14 SH Matt Read (14) (Ben Kinne/8)............................................................ 2-2. 3 13:37 PP Ian Lowe (12) (Ryan Cramer/5, Matt Read/17).................................. 3-3. 3 19:58 EA Ben Kinne (7) (Dan Maclntyre/4)........................................................ 4-4. OT 0:36 uJordan George (9) (Brad Hunt/18, Ian Lowe/6).............................. 5-4 1/29 (NR) Robert Morris (W, 5-1) 1 1:24 PP Jordan George (10) (Ian Lowe/7, Ryan Cramer/6)............................ 1-0 1 13:56 uIan Lowe (13) (Jordan George/17, Brad Hunt/19).......................... 2-0 2 0:34 Jordan George (11) (Ian Lowe/8, Matt Read/18)............................... 3-0. 2 13:10 Tyler Lehrke (5) (Chris McKelvie/8, Jamie MacQueen/7).................. 4-1. 3 19:29 EN Ian Lowe (14) (unassisted)................................................................. 5-1 1/30 (NR) Robert Morris (L, 2-5) 2 17:24 Ryan Cramer (8) (Brance Orban/2, Ben Kinne/9).............................. 1-2 3 8:43 Jordan George (12) (unassisted)....................................................... 2-2 2/12 at (NR) Robert Morris (L, 2-5) 3 13:34 PP Tyler Lehrke (6) (Jamie MacQueen/8, Shea Walters/11)................... 1-4 3 17:53 SH Jordan George (13) (Chris Peluso/5, Ian Lowe/9)............................. 2-4 2/13 at (NR) Robert Morris (W, 5-2) 1 16:13 Tyler Lehrke (7) (Chris McKelvie/9).................................................... 1-0 2 1:52 PP Jordan George (12) (unassisted)....................................................... 2-0. 3 8:54 uRyan Cramer (9) (Ben Kinne/10, Chris Peluso/6)........................... 3-2. 3 10:57 PP Jamie MacQueen (6) (Tyler Lehrke/11, Ben Kinne/11)...................... 4-2. 3 18:43 EN Tyler Lehrke (8) (Dan Maclntyre/5)..................................................... 5-2 2/19 (NR) Niagara (W, 3-2) 1 10:41 PP Ian Lowe (15) (Ryan Cramer/7, Brad Hunt/20).................................. 1-0 3 4:31 Jamie MacQueen (7) (unassisted)..................................................... 2-1. 3 6:14 uMatt Read (15) (Jordan George/18, Ian Lowe/10).......................... 3-1 2/20 (NR) Niagara (W, 6-1) 1 5:56 Darcy Findlay (4) (Emil Billberg/2, Ben Kinne/12).............................. 1-0 1 7:16 uIan Lowe (16) (Matt Read/19)......................................................... 2-0. 1 18:15 Ben Kinne (9) (Brad Hunt/21, Jake Areshenko/3)............................. 3-0. 2 8:18 Darcy Findlay (5) (Aaron McLeod/3, Ryan Cramer/8)....................... 4-0. 2 10:02 Matt Read (16) (Brady Wacker/8)...................................................... 5-0. 3 10:59 Ryan Cramer (10) (Ben Kinne/13)...................................................... 6-1 2/26 at (NR) Nebraska-Omaha (W, 3-1) 1 2:40 Matt Read (17) (Jordan George/19)................................................... 1-0 1 14:00 PP uJamie MacQueen (8) (Brady Wacker/9, Tyler Lehrke/12)............... 2-0. 3 19:32 EN Tyler Lehrke (9) (Brad Hunt/22).......................................................... 3-0 2/27 at (NR) Nebraska-Omaha (L, 2-3) 2 7:10 Ian Lowe (17) (unassisted)................................................................. 1-1 3 4:23 Matt Read (18) (Chris Peluso/7)........................................................ 2-3 3/5 at (NR) Ala.-Huntsville (W, 3-2) 1 10:01 Darcy Findlay (6) (unassisted)........................................................... 1-0 1 19:39 PP Ian Lowe (18) (Ben Kinne/14, Matt Read/20).................................... 2-1 3 13:05 uChris McKelvie (8) (Tyler Lehrke/13, Brad Hunt/23)....................... 3-2 3/6 at (NR) Ala.-Huntsville (T, 2-2 OT) 1 8:57 Matt Read (19) (Ryan Adams/6, Jordan George/20)......................... 1-0 3 10:59 PP w Ian Lowe (19) (Matt Read/21, Brad Hunt/24)................................ 2-2 u- game-winning goal; w- game-tying goal

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Bemidji State Hockey (RV) Air Force 1 (RV) Bemidji State 3

(RV) Air Force 3 (RV) Bemidji State 7

(RV) Bemidji State 3 Northern Michigan 3

October 9, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,182

October 10, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,116

October 23, 2009 Marquette, Mich. - Berry Events Center Attendance : 2,974

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Air Force (0-1-0)

0

0

1

Bemidji State (1-0-0)

1

1

1

First Period 7:21 BSU 0-1 6x6

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

1

Air Force (0-2-0)

1

1

1

3

Bemidji State (2-0-1)

3

Bemidji State (2-0-0)

4

2

1

7

No. Michigan (1-1-1)

uIan Lowe (1) (George, Read)

First Period 4:13 BSU 0-1 6x6 4:34 AFA 1-1 6x6 7:01 BSU 1-2 6x6 11:18 BSU 1-3 6x5 PP 12:24 BSU 1-4 5x6 SH

Ryan Cramer (1) (Kinne, Walters) Eric Artman (1) (Lamoureux, Walsh)

Second Period 4:12 AFA 2-4 6x5 PP Jeff Hajner (1) (Burnett, Lamoureux) 10:43 BSU 2-5 6x6 Matt Read (2) (Cramer) 12:18 BSU 2-6 6x5 PP Jordan George (1) (Hunt, Read)

Chris McKelvie (1) (MacQueen, Lerhke)

Second Period 9:47 BSU 0-2 6x6 Third Period 15:08 BSU 0-3 6x6 18:11 AFA 1-3 6x6

Third Period 1:30 AFA 3-6 6x5 PP Eric Artman (2) (Page, Kozlak) 13:58 BSU 3-7 6x6 Aaron McLeod (1) (unassisted)

Shots on Goal AFA BSU

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

6 12

4 10

11 6

21 28

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 4

10 8

0 0

0-for-3 0-for-4

.000 .000

Goaltending

2

3

Final

12 10

6 11

6 7

24 28

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 7

12 25

0 1

2-for-7 2-for-6

.286 .333

AFA BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Volkening (0-1-0) Empty Net

11 0

9 0

5 0

25 0

58:41 1:19

3 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (1-0-0) Empty Net

6 -

4 0

10 -

20 0

59:52 00:08

1 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F MacQueen 3F Kinne 4F Orban 1D Peluso 2D Hardwick 3D Carlson bold= starting line

Read Lowe McKelvie Lehrke Walters Cramer McLeod Findlay Wacker Adams Hunt TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) turned away 20 shots and Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) scored the first gamewinning goal of his collegiate career Friday as the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team opened the 2009-10 season with a 3-1 victory over the United State Air Force Academy at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. In a continuation of a series that has traditionally been all Bemidji State, the Beavers rebounded from a rare pair of road losses a the hands of the Falcons a year ago, with a commanding performance versus Air Force tonight. The Beavers held a 22-10 advantage in shots on goal through two periods and a 28-21 edge in the game as BSU improved to 24-8-2 all-time versus the Falcons and 15-1-2 versus USAFA at the Glas. BSU dominated play, especially early, winning battles in the corners, earning face off victories and beating USAFA to loose pucks. Senior captain Chris McKelvie (New Brighton, Minn.) was the first to see the fruits of that steady hustle when he opened the scoring midway through the first period, one-timing a pass from Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) into the back of the net. Linemate Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn) was credited with his first assist of the season after starting the play with a pass out of a scrum on the boards. Taking a 1-0 lead into the second period, the Beavers would stretch their lead to 2-0 a the 9:47 mark of the frame when newcomer Jordan George (Fr., F, Verona, Wis.) found Lowe streaking down the slot for a one-timer over the left shoulder of the Air Force goaltender Andrew Volkening. Matt Read (Jr., G, Ilderton, Ontario), BSU’s leading-scorer in 2008-09, extended his scoring streak to seven games with an assist on the play. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) put the Beavers up 3-0 with just over five minutes to play netting his first goal since Feb. 15, 2009 to close out the BSU scoring effort. Eric Artman would snap a wrister shot from between the circles past Bakala to get the Falcons on the board with 1:49 to play. The goal would spoil Bakala’s run at a shutout, but it was too little, too late for Air Force as the Beavers protected their home ice and sent the electric following of 2,148 in attendance home with smiles on their faces and a win in their pocket. The subplot of the Beavers-Falcons series is the sibling rivalry of the teams’ head coaches. Younger brother Tom Serratore got the best of his older brother Frank, a 1982 graduate of Bemidji State and former goaltender for the Beavers, for the 19th time in 24 career meetings (19-3-1) and for the first time since USAFA left College Hockey America for Atlantic Hockey following the 2006-07 campaign.

2

3 OT Final

1

0

2

0

3

1

1

1

0

3

Billy Smith (1) (Olver, Florek) Jamie MacQueen (1) (McKelvie) Ray Kaunisto (2) (Follmer, Florek) Jordan George (2) (Walters, Hunt) Justin Florek (1) (Smith, Olver) w Ben Kinne (1) (George, Hunt)

BSU NMU

1

2

3

OT

9 8

4 12

12 5

1 3

Final 26 28

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

AFA

20

AFA BSU

First Period 1:30 NMU 0-1 6x6 2:51 BSU 1-1 6x6 Second Period 6:06 NMU 2-1 6x5 PP Third Period 3:18 BSU 2-2 6x5 PP 13:18 NMU 2-3 6x6 19:50 BSU 3-3 6x6 EA

1

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen AFA BSU

Ryan Cramer (2) (Walters, Kinne) Jacques Lamoureux (1) (Hajner, Burnett) Brady Wacker (1) (Lehrke, Peluso) Brad Hunt (1) (Read) uMatt Read (1) (unassisted)

Scoring Summary

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 6

12 23

0 0

1-for-6 1-for-6

.167 .167

BSU NMU

Goaltending

AFA

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

BSU

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Volkening (0-2-0) Caple Empty Net

6 0

5 4 -

6 -

11 10 0

32:13 27:24 00:05

6 1 `

Bakala (2-0-1) Empty Net

7 -

11 -

4 0

0 -

22 0

64:08 00:52

3 0

NMU

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Stewart (0-1-1-0)

8

4

10

1

23

65:00

3

Bakala (2-0-0)

11

5

5

21

60:00

3

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F MacQueen 3F Kinne 4F Orban 1D Peluso 2D Hardwick 3D Areshenko bold= starting line

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe McKelvie Lehrke Walters Cramer McLeod Findlay Wacker Jundt Hunt TOTAL

3-2=5 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-3=4 pts 1-0=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 7-8=15 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) recorded a careerhigh four points as the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team completed the series sweep over the United State Air Force Academy, 7-3. The Beavers jumped out to a 4-1 lead after just 12:24 in the fast-paced, heated battle between the former College Hockey America foes, and would hold the pedal to the floor to post seven goals for the first time since a 7-5 triumph over Wayne State Feb. 29, 2008. A smorgasbord of goal scoring, the match up featured even-strength, power-play, short-handed and unassisted goals. In all 10 Beavers got in on the scoring. In addition to Read’s career night, Aaron McLeod (Fr., F, Ottawa, Ontario), Brady Wacker (Fr., D, Jansen, Saskatchewan) and Jordan George (Fr., F, Verona, Wis.) each registered their first collegiate goal in the victory. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) got the scoring started 4:13 into the game on passes from Shea Walters (So., F, Hibbing, Minn.) and Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn.). The goal, already the second of the junior’s season, matched his total from the 2008-09 campaign. But the BSU lead would be short-lived. Just 21-seconds later, AFA’s Jacques Lamoureaux evened the score at 1-1. Twenty-four hours removed from a contest during which the BSU defensive pairings were held without a single point, a pair of blueliners put the Beavers in front for good. Wacker netted his first lamplighter in the green and white at the seven-minute-mark on a seeing-eye bullet from the point with help from Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) and Chris Peluso (Sr., Wadena, Minn.). Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) recorded his first point in the waning moments of the Beavers’ second powerplay opportunity, marking BSU’s first special teams goal of the season. Read picked up his first assist of the night on the play. The first goal of Read’s junior campaign came 1:06 later when the Falcons’ goaltender, Andrew Volkening, misplayed the puck and left the Beavers’ leading scorer with an open net for his fourth career short-handed goal. Air Force was the first to strike in the second stanza. Jeff Hajner took advantage of a five-minute major penalty that sent Walters to the showers early, for his first marker of the season just 46 seconds in to the power-play opportunity, effectively cutting the Beavers lead in half, 4-2. It was Read again who stretched the BSU advantage to three goals midway through the period. The junior benefited from a battle in front of the AFA bench won by Cramer. The International Falls, Minn. native swept the puck up the boards into the neutral zone, where Read picked it up, skated it into the zone and beat Volkening for the second time of the night. The BSU lead would swell to four goals, 6-2, at the 12-minute mark when George, who was positioned on the left post, stuffed a Hunt rebound past the Falcon goaltender on the power play, ending Volkening’s night after 32:12 of play. AFA would add a third goal in the opening minute of the final frame, but McLeod, in just his second collegiate game, would pick off an errant pass on the Falcons’ blue line and register an unassisted goal to seal the Beavers’ non-conference win. Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) turned away 21 AFA shots and allowed three goals en route to his second collegiate win in as many nights.

1F George 2F MacQueen 3F Kinne 4F Orban 1D Areshenko 2D Peluso 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe McKelvie Lehrke Walters Cramer McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

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

MARQUETTE, Mich. (Berry Events Center) -- Down 3-2 with just 10.6-seconds left in the game, sophomore forward Ben Kinne (St. Paul, Minn.) nudged the puck past Brian Stewart from a scrum in front of the net to even the score to 3-3 and help the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team salvage a tie in a series-opener at Northern Michigan University’s Berry Events Center Friday. Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) and Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) each contributed their second points of the night on the play, while netminder Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) piled up 25 saves to improve to 2-0-1 on the season. Trailing the Wildcats 2-1 after 40 minutes of play, it was George’s powerplay goal at 3:18 in the third that sparked the Beavers’ come-from-behind win. Bemidji State began the third period on the man advantage for 4:01 and after a flurry of shots, the freshman potted his second goal of the season, with 1:17 remaining on the penalty (2-2). “I think it would have been mothballs if we would not have scored there,” said BSU head coach Tom Serratore after the game. “That can really deflate you if you don’t score [on a five-minute major] when you are down 2-1 in the third period on the road.” The Beavers would go on to out shoot NMU 12-5 in the third, pulling Bakala with 1:06 left to set up the Kinne extra-attacker, equalizer 56-seconds later. “Northern Michigan is a good team boy,” commented Serratore. “There is no question there were times that we were a little flat-footed, but over all I thought it was a great tie...a terrific night. I am very proud of the guys. I thought they played with a lot of heart and a lot of want-to in the third period.” The Wildcats struck first catching the Beavers while they shook off the rust after the week off. Billy Smith pushed his first goal of the season past Bakala on a pass from Mark Oliver just 1:30 into the game. But the goal would serve as a wake up call to BSU. Captain Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) forced a turnover just over a minute later and Jamie MacQueen (So., St. Thomas, Ontario) flipped a backhand over the shoulder of Stewart for the first lamplighter of his sophomore season to knot the score at 1-1 (2:49). Stuck killing eight minutes worth of penalties in the seconds period, the Beavers were simply never able to generate any offense. Northern Michigan held a 12-3 advantage in shots on goal in the period and took advantage of a penalty to MacQueen to get a goal from Ray Kaunisto at the six-minute mark to give the hosts a 2-1 lead heading into the third period. BSU would battle back to tie the game twice in the final stanza on goals from George and Kinne. Despite peppering the Wildcat goaltender in the third period, the Beavers were out shot for the first time this season, 28-26. On an Olympic ice sheet, like the Berry Events Center, special teams can often be the difference in the game, but tonight, both teams were whistled for six penalties and each converted one power-play opportunity to finish 1-for-6. With a goal and an assist on the night, George registered the first multipoint game of his young collegiate career. Hunt, turned in his sixth multiassist effort in the first 40 games of his career to move into a three-way tie for the team lead with three assists.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey (RV) Bemidji State 5 Northern Michigan 0

(14) Bemidji State 2 Ala.-Huntsville 1

(14) Bemidji State 2 Ala.-Huntsville 1

October 24, 2009 Marquette, Mich. - Berry Events Center Attendance : 3,301

October 31, 2009 Huntsville, Ala. - Von Braun Center Attendance : 1,446

November 1, 2009 Huntsville, Ala. - Von Braun Center Attendance : 1,186

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3 OT Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3 OT Final

Bemidji State (3-0-1)

2

1

2

5

Bemidji State (4-0-1; 1-0-0)

1

0

0

1

2

Bemidji State (5-0-1; 2-0-0)

0

0

1

1

2

No. Michigan (1-2-1)

0

0

0

0

Ala.-Huntsville (3-4-0; 0-1-0)

0

0

1

0

1

Ala.-Huntsville (3-5-0; 0-2-0)

0

0

1

0

1

First Period 3:19 BSU 1-0 5x6 SH 11:14 BSU 2-0 6x6 Second Period 00:08 BSU 3-0 6x6 Third Period 8:24 BSU 4-0 6x5 PP 12:07 BSU 5-0 6x6

Ryan Cramer (3) (Read, Hunt) Ian Lowe (2) (Hunt, Read) Chris McKelvie (3) (unassisted)

Overtime Period 3:44 BSU 2-1 6x6

Shots on Goal BSU NMU

2

3

Final

5 5

9 5

12 3

26 13

BSU UAH

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 8

8 24

1 0

1-for-6 0-for-4

.167 .000

2

3

OT

8 9

8 13

3 8

3 0

Final 22 30

Goaltending

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 8

14 16

0 0

1-for-7 0-for-6

.143 .000

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dugas (1-0-0) Empty Net

5 -

5 -

3 0

13 0

59:58 00:02

0 0

NMU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Stewart (0-2-1) Ellingson Empty net

3 -

8 0

5 5 -

16 5 0

46:21 11:36 00:03

4 1 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Hunt 2D Peluso 3D Areshenko bold= starting line

BSU

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (3-0-1)

9

13

7

0

29

63:44

1

UAH

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Talbot (3-4-0) Empty net

7 -

8 0

3 -

2 -

20 0

63:35 00:09

2 0

1-2=3 pts 1-0=1 pts 3-1=4 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-7=12 pts

MARQUETTE, Mich. (Berry Events Center) -- Mathieu Dugas (Fr., G, L’Assomption, Quebec) turned away 13 shots to shut out Northern Michigan University in his collegiate debut and help the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 5-0 victory over the Wildcats Saturday at the Berry Events Center. The Beavers turned in one of their more impressive performances in recent memory. BSU scored goals on its first two shots on net to take a 2-0 lead into the first intermission and then clamped down defensively allowing just 13 shots on goal in the game en route to the five-goal non-conference victory. “This was a great effort. I am very proud of the way we played,” commented Bemidji State head coach Tom Serratore following the game. “You look back, over the course of the last ten years in Division I, at some of our most gratifying wins and this ranks right up there. This is not an easy place to play. Its tough to get one point out of Marquette, let alone three.” Serratore went on to say, “It’s how we did it. We were stingy defensively and our guys played with a ton of jam. I am very proud of our guys.” Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) got the scoring started with a shorthanded goal at 3:19 of the first period. Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) was credited with assists on the eventual game-wining goal-the first of McKelvie’s career. Eight minutes later, Lehrke would put the Beavers up 2-0 when he onetimed a shot just under the blocker of the Wildcat’s goaltender, Brian Stewart, with help from Brady Wacker (Fr., D, Jensen, Saskatchewan) and Chris Peluso (Sr., D, Wadena, Minn.). Up 2-0 entering the second period, it didn’t take the Beavers long to add their lead. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) followed shots by Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) and Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) to shove the third rebound past Stewart. The goal put BSU up 3-0 after 40 minutes of play. BSU saved its best for last. The Beavers dominated play during the final 20 minutes. They out shot the Wildcats 12-3 and scored a pair of goals before the game’s final horn to cruise to the 5-0 win. Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) chipped a rebound, from a Hunt shot, past the NMU goaltender for his second goal of the season at the 8:24 mark. The goal drew the curtain on Stewart’s night after allowing four goals on 20 shots. Read collected his second assist of the game on the play. McKelvie bookended BSU’s scoring at the 12:07 mark. He stepping in front of a pass and used his speed to flat out beat the NMU defense down the ice before flipping a backhand into the back of the net. Credited with the win in his first appearance in the green and white, Dugas became just the third BSU goaltender to post a shutout in his collegiate debut. He finds himself in pretty good company joining Beaver greats Jim Scanlan (1978-82) and Matt Climie (2004-08) on the exclusive list. “This was great for Mathieu,” said Serratore. “We’ve got a lot of inexperience this year but I think we’ve had some great goaltending. Danny Bakala has been outstanding and Mathieu played great today.” Serratore added, “I thought he was very poised in the net.”

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Carlson 2D Peluso 3D Areshenko bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Jundt TOTAL

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

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (Von Braun Center) -- It may not have been pretty and it may have taken extra time to finally settle it, but a win is a win in the season standings and tonight the No. 14 Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team found a way to protect its unblemished record and open the 2009-10 College Hockey America season with a 2-1 victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville at the Von Braun Center. Junior Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ont.) added to his team lead in scoring providing all of the offense for the Beavers, bookending the game with a pair of goals--his second multi-goal night of the young season. Read and the nation’s top-scoring offense wasted little time before getting on the board, but a funneled puck that found its way to the back of the net on the Beavers’ first power-play opportunity of the night was all BSU could muster in regulation. A second period plagued with penalties made it tough for either team to generate any kind of offensive momentum as the Chargers were whistled for five penalties and the Beavers were pegged for four. Ala.-Huntsville out shot the Beavers 13-8 in the period, en route to a 30-22 advantage in the game, but BSU goaltender Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) was sharp between the pipes keeping UAH off the scoreboard. After playing a good portion of the second frame with their special teams units on the ice, the teams began to find flow in the third as not a single penalty was called. The Chargers were the first to benefit from consistent five-on-fine play when Neil Ruffini knotted the game with his third goal of the season on a pass from Brennan Barker at the 3:44 mark of the period. After struggling to impose its normal pace and style of play for the 60 minutes of regulation, the Beavers dominated the overtime period from the opening face off. BSU out shoot UAH 3-0 with the final attempt by Read standing as the difference maker. Ryan Adams (Jr., D, Deloraine, Manitoba) started the play in transition hitting Read who broke the seam between a pair of defensemen caught in a change and skated into the slot, hesitated to the right enough to get UAH goaltender Cameron Talbot off balance and bounced the puck off his leg to give the Beavers the victory. “It was kind of ugly but we won’t apologize for it.,” commented Bemidji State head coach Tom Serratore. “You’ve got to win games like this and I am glad we found a way to win, but we’ve got to be better than this.” After scoring on its first shot on the man advantage, BSU failed to score on its next six chances to finish the game 1-for-7. The Chargers also struggled on the power play finishing 0-for-6. Bakala picked up his third collegiate win stopping a career-high 29 shots, while allowing just one goal, in 63:44 of action. He improved to 3-0-1 on the season. Talbot was tagged with the loss allowing two goals in 63:34. He made 20 saves in the game but fell to 3-4-0.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

2

3

OT

10 12

11 7

1 1

Final 31 32

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 3

10 6

0 0

0-for-3 0-for-5

.000 .000

BSU UAH

BSU

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

Bakala (4-0-1)

12

12

6

1

31

61:01

GA 1

UAH

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Talbot (3-5-0) Empty net

9 -

10 0

10 0

0 -

29 0

60:45 00:16

2 0

Bemidji State Lines

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Adams Wacker Jundt TOTAL

1 9 12

Goaltending

Goaltending

BSU

BSU UAH

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU UAH

uBen Kinne (2) (unassisted)

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Kevin Morrison (Campbell, Coburn) Matt Read (5) (unassisted)

Overtime Period 1:01 BSU 2-1 6x6

uMatt Read (4) (George, Adams)

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays BSU NMU

First Period none Second Period none Third Period 1:31 UAH 0-1 6x6 10:31 BSU 1-1 6x6

First Period 1:50 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Matt Read (3) (George, Hunt) Second Period none Third Period 2:31 UAH 1-1 6x6 Neil Ruffini (3) (Barker)

uChris McKelvie (2) (Lehrke) Tyler Lehrke (1) (Wacker, Peluso)

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Carlson 2D Peluso 3D Areshenko bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Jundt TOTAL

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

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (Von Braun Center) --It was Déja Vu all over again. For the second straight game, Bemidji State University and University of Alabama-Huntsville found themselves locked in a 1-1 tie after 60 minutes of play. And just as they had 18 hours earlier, the Beavers found the back of the net in overtime to gain a 2-1 victory and completed the College Hockey America sweep over the Chargers Sunday at Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala. This time Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn.) played the role of the hero. The sophomore picked up a UAH turnover on his own blue line, sliced through the Chargers’ defense and fired a slap shot over Cameron Talbot’s shoulder to clinch the game for BSU just 61 seconds into the extra frame. The overtime victory keeps the Beavers’ six-game unbeaten streak in tact at 5-0-1. In addition to sharing the nation’s longest unbeaten streak with Alaska (5-0-1), BSU is off to its best start since the team went 11-0-0 to open the 1984-85 campaign. Despite the absence of goals during the opening 40 minutes of play, there was no lack of scoring opportunities. The Chargers held a 12-9 lead in shots after the first period and a 24-19 advantage after two, but the goaltenders were sharp and their stingy play set up a third-period battle for two points in the College Hockey America standings. Kevin Morrison scored his second goal of the season to put the Chargers up 1-0 just 1:31 into the final 20-minute stanza with help from Cody Campbell and Andrew Coburn. The goal put Bemidji State on its heels and left the visitors just 18:29 from a series split and their first loss of 2009-10. But just as he has all season Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) came through in the clutch. The junior recorded his third goal of the weekend at the 9:29 mark, picked off a UAH pass on the fore check, skated to the net, beat Talbot with a hesitation move and delivered the unassisted equalizer. Each team went on the power-play one last time in the game’s final 10 minutes, but the goalies proved to be impenetrable and for the second time in an many contests and the third time in four games, the Beavers were headed to overtime. BSU began the five-minute, sudden death period on the man advantage for the first 40 seconds, but it was UAH that got the best scoring chance, short-handed, forcing Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) to make his career-high 31st save to keep the Beavers’ hopes alive. Just seconds later, a turnover in BSU’s defensive end would spark a Bemidji State rush and Kinne lifted the puck past Talbot to seal the win. A total of eight penalties were called in the game, but special teams were a non-factor as BSU failed to score on three power-play opportunities, while UAH came up empty on five tries. Bakala’s fourth career victory extends his personal unbeaten streak to five games, 4-0-1, and accounted for BSU’s fifth win. He finished the weekend 2-0-0 with 60 saves and just two goals allowed in 124:45 between the pipes. Talbot made 20 saves Sunday, but took the loss and falls to 3-5-0 on the season. The Beavers have now needed extra time to decide their fate in three of their first six games and remain unbeaten in overtime this season posting a 2-0-1 record.

21


Bemidji State Hockey Robert Morris 2 (11) Bemidji State 2

Robert Morris 2 (11) Bemidji State 2

(7) Bemidji State Minnesota

1 4

November 6, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 1,915

November 7, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 1,590

November 14, 2009 Minneapolis, Minn. - Mariucci Arena Attendance : 10,198

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Robert Morris (2-5-0; 0-1-0)

0

0

0

0

Robert Morris (2-6-0; 0-2-0)

0

0

0

0

Bemidji State (7-1-1)

1

0

0

1

Bemidji State (6-0-1; 3-0-0)

0

0

2

2

Bemidji State (7-0-1; 4-0-0)

0

0

2

2

Minnesota (4-4-1)

1

1

2

4

First Period none Second Period none Third Period 8:23 BSU 0-1 6x6 GW uMatt Read (6) (George, Areshenko) 19:37 BSU 0-2 6x6 EN Jordan George (3) (Read, Peluso)

First Period 8:46 BSU 0-1 6x6 Second Period 6:19 BSU 0-2 6x6 8:07 BSU 0-3 6x6 13:11 RMU 1-3 6x5 PP Third Period 00:45 BSU 1-4 6x5 PP 17:21 BSU 1-5 6x6 18:11 BSU 1-6 6x6

Shots on Goal RMU BSU

1

2

3

Final

10 11

7 15

6 13

23 39

Matt Read (7) (Hunt, Carlson) Jordan George (4) (McLeod, Adams) Emil Billberg (1) (Hunt, Findlay)

RMU BSU

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 4

6 8

0 0

0-for-4 0-for-3

.000 .000

2

3

Final

9 17

12 9

7 14

28 40

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Ostergard (1-4-0)

11

15

11

37

59:36

2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (5-0-1)

10

7

6

23

60:00

0

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Carlson 2D Peluso 3D Areshenko bold= starting line

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 6

12 15

0 0

1-for-5 1-for-5

.000 .000

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- The No. 12 Bemidji State men’s Ice hockey team continues to find ways to win. After simply out scoring their opponents in the opening weeks of 200910, it was the Beavers’ defense that gave them the edge Saturday at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. Sophomore goaltender Dan Bakala (Calgary, Alberta) turned away 23 shots en route to a 2-0 College Hockey America victory over Robert Morris University. The shutout was the first of the sophomore’s collegiate career, the second of the season for BSU and helped the Beavers improve to 6-0-1, the team’s best stretch to open a season since it went 11-0-0 in 1984-85. Goals were not easy to come by during the first two periods of action. Despite holding a 26-17 advantage in shots through 40 minutes, the Beavers were unable to solve Brooks Ostergard and it may have been the Colonials that had the best scoring opportunity. Thirteen minutes into the second period, Bakala moved to the right post to make a save, but was unable to corral the loose puck leaving the net wide open for J.C. Velasquez. Just as the winger fired the shot, BSU defender Brady Wacker (Fr., Jansen, Saskatchewan) dove across the crease and deflect the shot wide to preserve the scoreless tie. The Beavers took the first lead of the contest 8:23 into the final period. Jake Areshenko (Fr., D, Port Cocquitilan, British Columbia) recorded his first point in a BSU sweater starting the play with a pass out of the corner and up the boards to fellow rookie Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.). The forward then threaded a pass to Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) just inside the Beavers’ offensive zone and Read fired a shot over the left shoulder of Ostergard and into the back of the net. The goal, which would stand as the difference maker, is the junior’s team-leading third game-winning goal of the season. With 43 seconds to play, RMU head coach Derek Schooley pulled Ostergard in favor of the extra attacker, but the plan would backfire. BSU blueliner Chris Peluso (Sr., D, Wadena, Minn.) picked off a pass and the duo of George and Read would hook up again with 23 seconds left on the clock to solidify the win, 2-0. It was George’s third goal of the season. The power-play was a non-factor in the game as the Beavers were 0-for-3 on the man advantage and RMU was scoreless on four chances and managed just two shots on net on the power-play. Bakala improves to 5-0-1 on the season with the win and is 3-0-0 in CHA play. In his last three outings, he has posted three victories, allowed a goals against average of 0.65 and has a save percentage of .976. Ostergard finished with 37 saves, allowed one goal and was tagged with the loss, dropping his season record to 1-4-0.

Jordan Schroeder (1) (Sacchetti, Fairchild) Mike Carman (1) (Budish, Lucia)

BSU UM

1

2

3

Final

5 9

10 7

7 13

22 29

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

8 5

16 10

0 0

0-for-4 2-for-7

.000 .287

BSU UM

Goaltending

RMU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

Levine (1-2-0) Empty net

16 -

7 -

11 0

34 0

59:56 00:04

3 0

Bakala (6-1-1)

8

6

11

25

60:00

4

UM

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Kangas (4-3-0)

4

10

7

21

60:00

1

Bakala (6-0-1) Empty net

9 -

11 0

7 0

27 0

59:46 00:14

0 0

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Jundt TOTAL

uMike Hoeffel (5) (Fairchild, Ness)

Penalties & Power Plays

Min

Goaltending

RMU

Jordan George (5) (unassisted) Nico Sacchetti (1) (Hoeffel, Ness)

Shots on Goal

1

Pen RMU BSU

First Period 3:03 BSU 1-0 6x6 4:29 UM 1-1 6x6 Second Period 4:37 UM 1-2 6x4 PP Third Period 13:35 UM 1-3 6x5 PP 14:29 UM 1-4 6x6

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

22

uTyler Lehrke (2) (Kinne, MacQueen) Ian Lowe (3) (Wacker, Read) Denny Urban (3) (Lewis, Hervato)

Shots on Goal

Penalties & Power Plays RMU BSU

Darcy Findlay (1) (Hunt, Billberg)

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Carlson 2D Peluso 3D Areshenko bold= starting line

GA

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Jundt TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- The nationally-ranked Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team swept College Hockey America foe Robert Morris University Saturday at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse, 6-1, enlisting scoring help from 13 different skaters. The victory brings the Beavers’ record to 7-0-1 overall and 4-0-0 in CHA play, while it extends their NCAA Division I-leading unbeaten streak to eight games. Undefeated through its first eight games, BSU is off to its best start since the 1984-85 squad opened the season 11-0-0. For the seventh time in eight games, the Beavers were first to light their side of the scoreboard and once head coach Tom Serratore and his crew got the ball rolling, they didn’t look back. Darcy Findlay (So., F, Bristol, Quebec) opened the scoring, netting his first goal of the season 8:46 into the first period. Emil Billberg (Jr., Stockholm, Sweden) and Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia), who each posted multi-point nights, were each credited with an assist on the play. While the multi-point night was the first of Billberg’ career, Hunt’s three-assist outing is the third of the season and the 12th of his career. Bemidji State built a 3-0 lead midway through the second when Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) and Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) potted goals separated by 1:48. RMU got an odd goal to break up the shutout before time would expire on the second period. A Denny Urban shot touched both posts and after a conference by the crew of officials, the Colonials were credited with a powerplay goal and the teams skated to the third period with the Beavers ahead 3-1. The power-play marker was the first allowed by the Beavers in CHA play this season, snuffing out their opponents’ first 15 man-advantage opportunities. The floodgates opened for BSU during the final 20 minutes. Already up by two goals, the Beavers added three more in the final stanza to win the game going away. Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) put an end to the Beavers’ power-play slump netting his team-leading seventh goal of 2009-10 just 45-seconds into the third. The goal extended the junior’s scoring streak to five games and stood as his second point of the night and 22nd multi-point effort of his career. Down 4-1, just 1:36 into the third, Robert Morris was supplied with its best opportunity of the night. BSU forward Jamie MacQueen (So., St. Thomas, Ontario) was whistled for a five-minute, high-sticking penalty setting up with a five-minute RMU power-play opportunity, but the BSU penalty-kill unit stood strong keeping the Colonial scoring opportunities to a minimum to protected the three-goal lead. Rookie Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) potted his second goal in as many nights to put BSU up 5-1 with 2:39 to play. Ryan Adams (Jr., F, Deloraine, Manitoba) started the play with a pass out the boards to Aaron McLeod (Fr., F, Ottawa, Ontario), who found George on the left post. Billberg netted his first goal of the season 50-seconds later to give the Beavers a five-goal lead, 6-1. Each team was successful on 1-of-5 power-play opportunities, while the Beavers out shot the Colonials 40-28, which included a 17-shot first period for BSU. Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) turned away 27 RMU shots in 59:44 of action, picking up the win to improve to 6-0-1 on the season.

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Peluso 3D Carlson bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

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

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) -- The No. 7 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey program felt the sting of defeat for the first time of the 2009-10 season Saturday as the University of Minnesota, buoyed strong special teams play, handed the Beavers a 4-1 non-conference loss at Mariucci Arena. “Overall I thought it was a pretty good hockey game,” said BSU head coach Tom Serratore. “Did we put 60 minutes together? Obviously not.” As always, special teams play was the difference. The Beavers were whistled for eight penalties and allowed a pair of power-play goals while failing to convert any of their four man advantage opportunities. “[Minnesota] won the special teams battles tonight and typically the team that wins the special teams battles wins the games.” The Beavers were the first to strike. Jordan George (F, Madison, Wis.) picked up a loose puck just inside the Beavers’ offensive zone, skated onto the doorstep alone and beat the Minnesota goaltender Alex Kangas one-onone with a flip over his left shoulder just 2:03 into the game. But the lead would not last long. After BSU netminder, Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) denied the Golden Gophers on two point-blank shots, Nico Sacchetti found the puck unattended sitting on the goal line and put his first goal of the season in the back of the net to knot the game at 1-1. The Beavers’ water-tight penalty-kill unit was put the test early in the second. At the 3:52 mark of the period, Chris Peluso (Sr., D, Wadena, Minn.) was sent to the penalty box to join Emil Billberg (Jr., F. Stockholm, Sweden), who was just 46 seconds into his penalty, giving the Golden Gophers a fiveon-three advantage for 1:14. Minnesota would capitalize 45 seconds into the power-play with a Mike Hoeffel goal. Then its was Bemidji State’s turn. Four Minnesota infractions win the span of 57 seconds gave the Beavers 2:27 of five-on-three play midway though the second stanza. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) got the BSU faithful out of their seats in a hurry when a wrister that rang of the right post slid along the goal line and through the crease, but that was all the Beavers would muster. BSU put six shots on goal, but Kangas stood strong and with every save, momentum grew for the Gophers. Although BSU had its chances in the final 30 minutes of play, it would never recover. The Gophers took a 2-1 lead into the second intermission and piled on two goals in the third to move to 4-4-1 on the season. Minnesota used the win to continue its dominance in a series that got its start early in the 2000-01 season. Seven times the Beavers have gone head-to-head with the Gophers and seven times BSU has come up short. Bemidji State finished the game 0-4 on the power-play while the Beavers’ penalty-kill unit allowed two goals for the first time since Mar. 7, 2009-a streak spanning 12 games. Bakala took the loss, allowing all four Minnesota goals, while piling up 25 saves in 60 minutes of work. He moves to 6-1-0 following his first collegiate loss. Kangas turned away 21 BSU shots on goal and allowed just one goal improving to 4-3-0 with the victory.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey (7) Bemidji State Minnesota

6 2

Ala.-Huntsville (8) Bemidji State

November 15, 2009 Minneapolis, Minn. - Mariucci Arena Attendance : 9,913

1

2

3

Final

6

Ala.-Huntsville (3-8-0; 0-3-0)

0

1

0

2

Bemidji State (9-1-1; 5-0-0)

3

0

3

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (8-1-1)

2

1

3

Minnesota (4-5-1)

0

1

1

Shea Walters (1) (unassisted) Matt Read (8) (George) Jordan Schroeder (2) (Ness, Fairchild) uJamie MacQueen (2) (Wacker, Peluso) Brad Hunt (2) (Walters, George) Jamie MacQueen (3) (unassisted) Aaron McLeod (2) (Hunt, Areshenko) Jake Hansen (1) (Wehrs, Lucia)

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

1

Ala.-Huntsville (3-9-0; 0-4-0)

1

2

0

3

6

Bemidji State (10-1-1; 6-0-0)

2

3

1

6

Matt Read (9) (George, Lowe) uRyan Cramer (4) (Walters, Kinne) Jordan George (6) (Cramer, Read) Brennan Barker (1) (Coburn, Talbot) Ian Lowe (4) (George, Hardwick) Jamie MacQueen (4) (Wacker, Kinne) Chris McKelvie (4) (Lehrke)

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal 1

2

3

Final

4 10

7 9

8 8

19 27

UAH BSU

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 5

12 21

0 0

2-for-5 2-for-6

.400 .333

1

2

3

Final

7 10

14 8

5 9

26 27

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

9 10

18 20

0 0

1-for-8 1-for-9

.125 .111

Goaltending

Goaltending BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dugas (2-0-0) Empty net

10 0

8 0

7 0

25 0

59:42 00:18

2 0

UM

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Kangas Patterson (0-2-1) Empty net

2 0 0

0 6 0

5 0 0

7 6 0

36:50 23:04 00:06

2 4 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Peluso 3D MacIntyre bold= starting line

1-2=3 pts 1-1=2 pts 2-0=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 6-7=13 pts

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) -- It was bound to happen. Minnesota could not hold off Bemidji State forever and tonight, the Beavers’ had their number called. After dropping the first six meetings of the all-time series, including game one of the series 4-1, seventh-ranked BSU secured its first victory over the Golden Gophers, 6-2, to leave Mariucci Arena with a series split. “It’s a monumental win. [Minnesota] is one of the premier teams in the country and obviously Minnesota’s Pride on Ice,” commented BSU head coach Tom Serratore. “Anytime you can win a game in this building you take it. Mariucci Arena is a very difficult place to play. I am very proud of our guys.” When asked what the difference was between the play of the Beavers in tonight’s win and the loss last night, Serratore ironically attributed the team’s offensive explosion to its defense. “I thought the biggest thing we did tonight was that we defended extremely well. I thought we took the middle of the rink away and I think that led to a lot of our success.” For one reason or another, the Beavers have been better in the second game of a series this season coming in to the weekend averaging five goals per game--two and a half more per outing than in series openers. BSU hit the mark again tonight, surpassing its average as nine players found the scoring column and sophomore Jamie MacQueen posted the first two-goal night of his career. Shea Walters got BSU on the board first when he picked off a pass on the Golden Gophers’ blue line, split the Minnesota defensive pair and placed a shot over the left shoulder of the Gophers’ goaltender Alex Kangas and into the back of the net. The unassisted goal at the 8:02 mark of the first period was the first of the season for Walters. The Beavers extended their lead to 2-0 at the 19:20 mark of the first. Matt Read fired a shot from the top of the circle that found its way through traffic past Kangas for his team-leading eight goal of the season. Jordan George assisted on the play. Despite being out shot 10-4 in the period, the Beavers skated to the locker room holding a 2-0 lead. With Kent Patterson replacing Kangas between the pipes to begin the second period, Minnesota cut the BSU lead to one goal at the 9:19 mark capitalizing on its third power-play opportunity of the game. Jordan Schroeder posted his second goal in as many nights one-timing a shot from the point that squeezed between BSU goaltender Mathieu Dugas and the right post. The goal put the Beavers on their heels as wave after wave of Golden Gopher scoring opportunities rolled in on the BSU goalie over the course of the next five minutes, but Dugas and the Beavers weathered the storm. Bemidji State caught the break it needed at the 6:10 mark of the period, when a major penalty was assessed to the Golden Gophers’ Zach Budish for checking from behind. The infraction put BSU on the man advantage for the next five minutes and set up the team’s third goal of the game--the eventual game-winner. MacQueen was credited with BSU’s first power-play goal of the series. Up 3-1 with 20 minutes to play, the Beavers opened the third period with a flurry. Brad Hunt, MacQueen and Aaron McLeod each scored during the first 3:04 of the final frame forcing Minnesota head coach Don Lucia to rotate the veteran Kangas back between the pipes. Patterson’s night came to an end after allowing four goals in 23:04, while posting just six saves and fell to 2-1-0 on the season. The Gophers closed the deficit to four, 6-2, midway through the third when Jake Hansen redirected a Kevin Wehrs’s shot from the top of the crease, but it was too little, too late as the Beavers cruised to the non-conference victory. Dugas sealed his second collegiate victory of the season stopping 25 Minnesota shots, while allowing two goals, in 59:42. He improves to 2-0-0 in his career.

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Talbot (3-8-0) MacNicol

7 -

8 -

2 4

17 4

44:51 15:09

5 1

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (7-1-1) Empty net

7 -

13 0

5 0

25 0

59:56 00:04

1 0

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D Carlson bold= starting line

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

Brad Hunt (5) (Read, Lowe)

UAH BSU

1

2

3

Final

10 7

12 13

9 7

31 27

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 9

8 29

0 0

1-for-8 2-for-4

.125 .500

UAH BSU

UAH

1

2

3

Tot

Min

MacNicol Talbot (3-9-0)

5 -

1 9

6

6 15

22:03 37:57

GA 3 3

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dugas (3-0-0)

9

10

9

28

60:00

3

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

3-4=7 pts 1-4=5 pts 2-1=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 6-11=17 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- The No. 8 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team extended its home winning steak to eight games and remained undefeated after five games in College Hockey America play Saturday with a 6-1 series-opening victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville. Eleven BSU players contributed scoring in the rout, but freshman Jordan George (F, Madison, Wis.) paced all Beavers posting his first collegiate three-point game, netting a goal and tacking on a pair of assists. Bemidji State jumped out to a commanding lead early, potting three goals in just 3:21 midway through the first frame. BSU’s leading scorer Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) got the ball rolling recording his team-best ninth goal of the season with help from George and Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) at the 13:21 mark. Forty-six seconds later, Ryan Cramer (Jr., International Falls, Minn.) buried his fourth goal of the season, the eventual game-winner, to put BSU up 2-0. Before the period was over, George found the back of the net with his six lamplighter of 2009-10 as Cramer and Read collected assists to send the Beavers to the locker room with a three-goal cushion. In a penalty-littered second period, it was the Chargers that capitalized on a BSU miscue to cut the BSU advantage to two goals when Brennan Barker scored UAH’s only power-play goal. The tally would come at the 13:16 mark of the period and account for all the scoring as UAH out shot BSU 14-8 in the frame. The Beavers would sandwich the Chargers’ second period marker between three-goal periods as the team exploded for three more goals in the third, including a power-play tally, to put the game out of reach and power through to their ninth win of the season (9-1-1). Lowe, Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) and captain Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) accounted for BSU goals during the final 20 minutes. MacQueen’s power-play marker helped the Beavers to go 1-for-9 on the man advantage, while UAH scored on just one of its eight power-play opportunities. From there it was all Dan Bakala (Calgary, Alberta) and BSU’s staunch defense. The sophomore goaltender posted 25 saves, which included 13 in the final period alone, while allowing just one goal in 59:56 between the pipes to improve his record to 7-1-1 overall and 5-0-0 in league play. In addition, the Beavers knocked down 19 shots in front of the netminder holding the Chargers to just 26 shots on net. BSU finished the contest with the slightest of leads on the shot board, 27-26. Cameron Talbot played 44:51 and allowed five BSU goals before being replaced by Blake MacNicol in the third period. The duo combined to save 21 shots with Talbot posting 17 in the loss. He falls to 3-8-0 on the season. The victory was the ninth consecutive versus Ala.-Huntsville and helps the Beavers to improve to 33-27-3 lead in the all-time series.

Brad Hunt (4) (Read, Lowe) Kevin Morrison (4) (Coburn, Campbell) uRyan Cramer (5) (Kinne, Walters) Matt Read (10) (George, Hunt) Cale Tanaka (1) (Fairbanks, Nicoletti)

Goaltending

UAH

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

Andrew Coburn (3) (Nicoletti, Campbell) Ryan Adams (1) (Cramer, Walters) Brad Hunt (3) (George, Walters)

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen UAH BSU

First Period 8:29 UAH 1-0 6x4 PP 15:27 BSU 1-1 6x6 17:32 BSU 1-2 6x5 PP Second Period 3:53 BSU 1-3 6x6 3:53 UAH 2-3 6x6 13:03 BSU 2-4 6x6 13:23 BSU 2-5 6x6 16:25 UAH 3-5 6x6 Third Period 3:16 BSU 3-6 6x5 PP

Shots on Goal

Penalties & Power Plays

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UM

First Period 13:21 BSU 0-1 6x6 14:07 BSU 0-2 6x6 16:42 BSU 0-3 6x6 Second Period 13:16 UAH 1-3 6x5 PP Third Period 1:18 BSU 1-4 6x6 4:51 BSU 1-5 6x5 PP 12:10 BSU 1-6 6x6

3 6

November 21, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,298

Scoring Summary

1

BSU UM

Ala.-Huntsville (8) Bemidji State

November 20, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,108

Scoring Summary

First Period 8:02 BSU 1-0 6x6 LL 19:10 BSU 2-0 6x6 Second Period 9:19 UM 2-1 6x5 PP 16:11 BSU 3-1 6x5 PP Third Period 1:38 BSU 4-1 6x5 PP 1:52 BSU 5-1 6x6 3:04 BSU 6-1 6x6 8:36 UM 6-2 6x5 PP

1 6

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D MacIntyre bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

1-6=7 pts 1-5=6 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 3-1=4 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 6-12=18 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. -- (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) scored three goals and added an assist to lead the No. 8 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 6-3 victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville Saturday in College Hockey America (CHA) play at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. Hunt’s hat trick led an offensive surge by the BSU blue line as the Beavers’ defensive unit accounted for four goals and an assist in the win, while it stands as the first three-goal effort by a Beaver defenseman since Mar. 13, 2004 when John Haider scored three. Bemidji State looked sluggish out of the gates and its tentative play put the team in a hole early. Whistled for four penalties during the first 10 minutes, the Beavers gave Ala.-Huntsville a full 2:00 5-on-3 when Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) and Ian Lowe (Jr., F. Bradwardine, Manitoba) went to the box at the 8:03 mark. The Chargers took a 1-0 lead just 26 seconds into the twoman advantage when Andrew Coburn put a rebound past Mathieu Dugas (L’Assomtion, Quebec). The goal would essentially serve as a wake up call for the Beavers. Ryan Adams (Jr., D, Brandon, Manitoba) evened the score with his first goal of 2009-10 firing a bullet from the right face off dot at the 15:27 mark. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) and Shea Walters (So., F, Hibbing, Minn.) were each credited with assists on the play. Less than two minutes later, Hunt would give the Beavers the lead, 2-1, on a slap shot from the point that found its way through traffic on the power-play. BSU would see its lead swell to 3-1 just 2:03 into the second period when Hunt netted his second marker of the game. But the two-goal cushion would last only 1:50 before Kevin Morrison posted his fourth goal of the season to reel the Chargers to within a goal, 3-2. But when Cramer and Read combined to post a pair of goals in just 20 seconds, BSU would not look back. UAH’s Cale Tanka netted a goal in the final minutes of the second, but Hunt would complete the hat trick with his second power-play goal of the evening just 3:16 into the third period to seemingly put the game out of reach. Despite holding a three-goal lead well into the third period, the Beavers left the door open for a Charger comeback. Darcy Findlay (So., F, Bristol, Quebec) was tagged with a major penalty that set UAH up with a 5:00 powerplay. But the BSU penalty-kill rose to the occasion killing the entire penalty and slamming the door on the Chargers. The victory was the 10th consecutive versus Ala.-Huntsville and helped the Beavers to improve to 34-27-3 lead in the all-time series. Dugas collected his third win in as many collegiate starts Saturday posting a career-high 28 saves, while allowing three UAH goals in 60:00 minutes of action. He is now 3-0-0 on the season. The Chargers tried both goaltenders during the course of the game, but neither was able to solve the Beavers offensive attack. Blake MacNicol allowed three goals in 22:03 and made six saves before being replaced with Cameron Talbot. Talbot turned away 15 shots, but allowed three goals in the final 38 minutes and fell to 3-9-0 with the loss. The Beavers’ special teams unit seemed to be firing on all cylinders Saturday as Hunt scored a pair of power-play tallies on four BSU opportunities (.500). The penalty-kill unit finished by snuffing out seven of the Chargers’ eight power-play chances (.875).

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Bemidji State Hockey (1) Miami (Ohio) (6) Bemidji State

2 3

Ohio State (6) Bemidji State

November 27, 2009 Grand Forks, N.D. - Ralph Engelstad Arena Attendance : 11,096

2 3

Niagara (4) Bemidji State

November 27, 2009 Grand Forks, N.D. - Ralph Engelstad Arena Attendance : 11,096

2 8

December 4, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,007

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3 OT Final Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Miami (9-2-4)

0

0

2

2

Ohio State (6-9-1)

0

1

0

1

2

Niagara (2-9-2; 1-2-1)

0

1

1

2

Bemidji State (11-1-1)

1

1

1

3

Bemidji State (11-2-1)

1

0

0

0

1

Bemidji State (12-2-1; 7-0-0)

1

3

4

8

First Period 8:37 BSU 0-1 6x6 Second Period 6:02 BSU 0-2 6x6 Third Period 5:24 MU 1-2 6x5 PP 9:21 MU 2-2 6x6 16:41 BSU 2-3 6x6

Darcy Findlay (2) (McLeod) uTyler Lehrke (3) (McKelvie) Carter Camper (5) (McKenzie, Hartman) Carter Camper (6) (McKenzie, Schilling) Chris McKelvie (5) (Read, Maclntyre)

First Period 17:29 BSU 0-1 6x6 Second Period 17:39 OSU 1-1 6x6 Third Period none

uKyle Reed (1) (Albert, Duddy)

Shots on Goal MU BSU

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

7 2

10 6

5 7

22 15

Penalties & Power Plays

OSU BSU

1

2

3

OT

5 5

9 7

8 8

4 1

Final 26 21

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 3

8 6

0 0

1-for-3 0-for-4

.333 .000

MU BSU

Goaltending

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 3

8 6

0 0

0-for-3 0-for-4

.000 .000

OSU BSU

Goaltending

MU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Reichard (8-1-2) Empty net

1 0

5 -

6 0

12 0

58:43 1:17

3 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (8-1-1)

7

10

3

20

60:00

2

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D MacIntyre bold= starting line

OSU

1

2

3

Heater (5-2-1) Empty net

4 0

7 0

8 0

BSU

1

2

3

Dugas (3-1-0)

5

8

8

1 3

Tot

Min

GA

20 0

60:41 00:07

1 0

Tot

Min

GA

24

60:48

2

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

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

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (Ralph Engelstad Arena) -- They’ve done it again. The 2009-10 edition of the No. 6 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team added yet another chapter to one of the most tradition-rich legacies in all of collegiate sport. The Beavers skated out of the Ralph Engelstad Arena with a 3-2 victory over No. 1 Miami University in the first game of the Subway Holiday Classic. The win versus the nation’s top-ranked RedHawks marked the first time BSU has knocked off NCAA Division I’s top team. With the score knotted at 2-2 after 56:41, senior captain Chris McKelvie followed Matt Read into the zone as a trailer, collected a rebound from the leg of Miami goaltender Cody Reichard and fired it into the back to account for the difference maker as he was being hauled to the ice by a RedHawk defender. The Beavers would protect the lead for the remaining 3:19 to post their 11th victory of the season. “There aren’t many guys in college hockey faster than Chris McKelvie,” BSU head coach Tom Serratore commented after the game. “Chris sensed it, he saw it and he went. When you beat people to pucks, good things happen.” “All week we’ve been talking that this is the No. 1 team in the nation and we had to have our best game to show the nation that we are for real,” said Read. “It took 60 minutes but we had some play back to deal with tonight. I thought we played a good game and ended up on top.” The first period panned out just as you would imagine of a game between the nation’s top two defenses. A grand total of nine shots made it to the goaltenders. Despite recording just two shots on goal during the period and trailing 7-2, the Beavers held a 1-0 lead over the RedHawks after 20 minutes. The Beavers captured their first lead at the 8:37 mark when Darcy Findlay stuck with a play and muscled a shot on goal despite being partially blocked. The puck bounced up and over the right shoulder of Reichard. Findlay’s second goal of the season was assisted by freshman Aaron McLeod. Bemidji State went up 2-0 6:02 into the second. Tyler Lehrke corralled a rebound off McKelvie’s shot and buried his third goal of the season. The tally put the RedHawks down two goals for the third time this season and the first time since they were defeated by Michigan State University Oct. 24, 3-2 in overtime. The Beavers spent the much of the remainder of the period pinned deep within their defensive zone. The RedHawks piled up a 10-6 advantage on the shot board, but came up empty as Dan Bakala slammed the door on the Miami barrage to preserve the two-goal lead heading into the final 20 minutes of play. The RedHawks battled back to score the game’s first power-play marker taking advantage of a Dan MacIntyre interference call at the 14:13 mark. MU capitalized on the man advantage one minute, 11 seconds later (15:24) getting a Camper goal from the point. Just under three minutes later, MU got a second goal from Camper to knot the game at 2-2 and erase their largest deficit of the season. But with 3:19 to play, McKelvie was in the right place at the right time, netting his fifth goal of the season on the rebound. Miami won the special teams battle going 1-for-3 on the man advantage, while BSU failed so score on any of its four power-play opportunities. Bakala finished the night with 20 saves, including 10 in the second period alone to post his eighth victory of the season.

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Ian Boots (1) (Krogh, Duddy)

Overtime 0:48 OSU 2-1 6x6

First Period 17:49 BSU 0-1 6x6 Second Period 3:43 NU 1-1 6x6 5:45 BSU 1-2 6x6 7:31 BSU 1-3 6x6 17:55 BSU 1-4 6x6 Third Period 1:19 BSU 1-5 5x6 SH 7:03 NU 2-5 6x5 PP 12:56 BSU 2-6 6x5 PP 16:49 BSU 2-7 6x5 PP 19:37 BSU 2-8 6x5 PP

Aaron McLeod (3) (Findlay, Adams)

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D Carlson bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

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

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (Ralph Engelstad Arena) -- Twenty-four hours removed from knocking off the nation’s top-ranked team, Miami University (Ohio) 3-2, the No. 6 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team stumbled dropping a 2-1 nonconference match up to the Ohio State University in overtime. The Beavers wrapped up play at the Subway Holiday Classic at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N.D. with a 1-1 record. For the tenth time in 14 games of 2009-10, BSU was first to light the scoreboard, but tonight, different than any of the previous nine occasions, the Beavers were not on the winning end when all was said and done. Ohio State battled back to tie the game in the second period and got an even-strength goal from Kyle Read, 48 seconds into overtime just seconds after a Buckeye power-play had expired to hand the Beavers their second loss of the season. Bemidji State’s fourth line accounted for all of its scoring on the night. Aaron McLeod (Fr., F, Ottawa, Ontario) netted his third goal of the season and second point of the of the weekend beating the Buckeyes’ Cal Heeter at the 17:29 mark of the first period. He was assisted on the play by Darcy Findlay (So., F, Bristol, Quebec) and Ryan Adams (Jr., D, Deloraine, Manitoba) who also each recorded their second points of the classic. Trailing 1-0 after the first period, OSU evened the score, 1-1, with just 2:21 left in the second period. Ian Boots accounted for the goal, his first of the season, with help from Devon Krogh and Sean Duddy. A scoreless third period in which each team put eight shots on net, sent the Beavers to an extra frame for the fourth time of the season. Playing the first 45 seconds of overtime on the power-play, OSU peppered Dugas with three shots in 48 seconds. The last, off the stick of the Buckeyes’ Read found the back of the net. Mathieu Dugas (Fr., G, L’Assomtion, Quebec), in his fourth start as a Beaver, played 60:48 between the pipes recording 20 saves and allowing two goals in his first collegiate loss. He moves to 3-1-0 on the season. Heeter improved to 5-2-1 in 2009-10 with the win. He turned away 25 of BSU’s 26 shots on goal and allowed just one tally in 60:41. Ohio State opens its series with BSU taking a 1-0-0 with a win. BSU falls to 2-1-1 versus teams hailing from the CCHA in 2009-10. The Beavers (11-2-1; 6-0-0 CHA) return to the John S. Glas Fieldhouse for a College Hockey America (CHA) match up with Niagara University (2-82; 1-1-1 CHA) next weekend (Dec. 4-5). The Beavers open the series with the Purple Eagles at 7:35 p.m. Friday and will play the second half of the two-game set Saturday at 7:05 p.m.

Ian Lowe (5) (George, Read) Ryan Olidis (8) (Moran, Annesley) Ian Lowe (6) (Maclntyre, George) uRyan Cramer (6) (Shea Walters) Tyler Lehrke (4) (MacQueen, McKelvie) Matt Read (11) (unassisted) Chris Moran (3) (Mironov, Gotto) Ben Kinne (3) (Wacker, Hardwick) Shea Walters (2) (Maclntyre, Adams) Darcy Findlay (3) (Cramer, McKelvie)

Shots on Goal NU BSU

1

2

3

Final

6 12

14 9

9 18

29 39

Penalties & Power Plays Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 6

12 12

0 1

1-for-6 3-for-6

.167 .500

NU BSU

Goaltending NU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Avramenko (2-3-2) Empty net

11 -

6 0

14 0

21 0

59:43 0:17

8 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (9-1-1)

6

13

8

27

59:52

2

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D MacIntyre bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

3-3=6 pts 3-2=5 pts 1-3=4 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-3=3 pts 8-13=21 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- Fourteen of Bemidji State University’s 18 skaters factored into the scoring as the No. 4/5 Beavers routed Niagara University 8-2 tonight in College Hockey America competition at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. After taking a 1-0 led late in the first period, the Beavers netted three goals in the second to take a commanding 4-1 lead heading into the final 20 minutes of play and piled on a season-high four tallies in the third, which included a short-handed goal and three power-play markers, to cruise to the 8-2 victory. Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) led the Beavers with a pair of goals, while Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.), Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario), Dan MacIntyre (Jr., D, Fort Frances, Ontario), Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) and Shea Walters (So., F, Hibbing, Minn.) each netted multiple points as the Beaver offense accounted for its highest output of the 2009-10 campaign and scored eight for the first time since it posted an eight spot on the Purple Eagles Dec. 3, 2005. BSU looked a bit sluggish out of the gates, but regrouped to take over in the final eight minutes of the first period out shooting NU 12-6 in the frame and got a goal from Lowe at the 17:49 mark with help from his linemates Read and George to put BSU up 1-0 at the first intermission. Despite being out shot 14-9 in the second, allowing Niagara to tie the game on a Ryan Olidis goal just 3:43 into the period and playing the frame without a power-play opportunity, the Beavers potted three goals to head into the final 20 minutes of play up 4-1. Lowe posted his first collegiate multi-goal contest lighting the lamp for the sixth time this season, before Cramer netted the eventual game-winner and Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) stuffed a Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) rebound past the Niagara goaltender Adam Avramenko for his fourth goal of the season. BSU dominated play in the third. Read got the period started on a tremendous individual effort, short-handed goal. His team-leading 11th goal of the season came after he blocked a NU shot, beat two defenders to the slot, fired a shot of the right leg of Avramenko and pounded his own rebound past the goalie on his way past the right post while he was being hauled down by a Purple Eagle blueliner. Niagara scored its lone power-play goal, on six chances, at the 7:03 mark cutting the BSU lead to 5-2, but a trio of unanswered power-play goals for the Beavers during the final 10 minutes of play put the game out of reach for the Purple Eagles. NU’s Avramenko turned away 31 BSU shots in 59:43 between the pipes but was credited with the setback after allowing all eight of BSU goals. He falls to 2-3-2 on the season. Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) improves to 9-1-1 overall, allowing two goals in a 27-save preference in the net for BSU. After skating through the last two games without a power-play goal, BSU piled up a season-high three tonight on just five chances, while adding a four special team’s goals on the Read shortie. The victory was the Beavers’ fourth straight over Niagara and helped BSU to improve to 18-20-8 in the all-time series.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey Niagara (4) Bemidji State

2 3

Minnesota State (4) Bemidji State

December 5, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,153

5 1

Minnesota State (4) Bemidji State

December 11, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,393

3 2

December 12, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,359

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Niagara (2-10-2; 1-3-1)

0

0

2

2

Minnesota State (8-8-1)

1

0

4

5

Minnesota State (9-8-1)

1

1

1

3

Bemidji State (13-2-1; 8-0-0)

0

2

1

3

Bemidji State (13-3-1)

0

0

1

1

Bemidji State (13-4-1)

1

0

1

2

First Period None Second Period 1:53 BSU 0-1 6x6 LL Chris McKelvie (6) (unassisted) 11:28 BSU 0-2 6x5 PP Ben Kinne (4) (Lehrke)

First Period 10:22 MSU 1-0 6x6 Second Period none

Third Period 2:44 NU 1-2 6x6 Giancarlo Iuorio (2) (Sheehan) uJamie MacQueen (5) (Lehrke, McKelvie) 16:15 BSU 1-3 6x6 19:17 NU 2-3 6x6 EA Ryan Olidis (9) (Gotto, Moran)

Third Period 4:11 BSU 1-1 8:40 MSU 2-1 10:11 MSU 3-1 10:39 MSU 4-1 16:04 MSU 5-1

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

NU BSU

1

2

3

Final

11 7

10 7

10 8

31 22

Penalties & Power Plays

6x5 PP 6x5 PP 6x5 PP 6x5 PP 6x5 PP

Third Period 7:34 MSU 3-1 6x6 17:57 BSU 3-2 6x6 EA

Ian Lowe (7) (Hunt, Bakala) uJerad Stewart (8) (Harrison, Youds) Kael Mouillierat (4) (Stewart, Youds) Tyler Pitlick (6) (Davis, Cook) Jerad Stewart (9) (Youds, Davis)

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 5

6 10

0 0

0-for-5 1-for-3

.000 .333

2

3

Final

11 5

8 12

12 14

31 31

Goaltending

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 2

9 7

0 0

4-for-5 1-for-3

.800 .333

Goaltending

NU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Noonan (0-4-0) Empty net

7 -

5 -

7 0

19 0

59:05 0:55

3 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (10-1-1)

11

10

8

29

60:00

2

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D Carlson bold= starting line

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team completed a series sweep over Niagara University Saturday at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse, holding off the Purple Eagles’ late charge to take a 3-2 College Hockey America victory. Senior captain Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) led the way for the Beavers posting a goal and an assist. After a scoreless first period, McKelvie gave the Beavers a 1-0 lead just 1:53 into the second frame. The senior used his blazing speed to pick off a NU pass, beat the Purple Eagle defenders and stuff the puck past Chris Noonan for his six goal of the season. Ten minutes later, the Beavers would double their lead to 2-0 when Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) left the puck on the door step for Ben Kinne (So., St. Paul, Minn.), who backhanded the puck into the Purple Eagles’ net for the Beavers’ only power-play marker of the contest. Bemidji State came into the game with a perfect 10-0-0 record in games in which it has taken a lead into the third period this season. Despite a bit of excitement late, BSU stayed perfect holding off NU to take the conference game 3-2. Giancarlo Iuorio cut the BSU lead in half, 2-1, 2:44 into the third period scoring an even-strength goal from Brendan Sheehan. But Jamie MacQueen (So., St. Thomas, Ontario) would give the Beavers a two-goal cushion, netting what would eventually stand as the game-winning goal, at the 16:15 mark. Linemates Lehrke and McKelvie each collected their second points of the night adding assists on the play. Down 3-1, NU head coach Dave Burkholder elected to pull his goaltender in the game’s final minutes for an extra attacker. The decision would pay off as Ryan Olidis potted his ninth goal of the season with just 43 seconds remaining in regulation, reeling the Beavers to within a goal, 3-2, but were unable to make up any additional ground and the Beavers skated away with the one-goal victory to complete their first series sweep over Niagara at home since 2002. Out shot 31-22 in a game that the Beavers struggled to generate any offensive rhythm, special teams played a big role in BSU’s win. The Beavers converted one of their three man advantage opportunities, while the team’s penalty-kill unit was flawless snuffing out all five of the Purple Eagles’ powerplay opportunities. Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) became the first goaltender in the country rack up 10 wins in 2009-10, turning away 29 NU shots to post his fourth consecutive victory. He used the win to improve to 10-1-1. Noonan was pinned with the loss and falls to 0-4-0 this season. He stopped 19 shots but allowed all three of the Beavers’ goals. The victory was BSU’s fifth straight versus Niagara and helped the team to come within a game of evening the all-time series, 19-20-8.

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Cook (1-0-0)

5

12

13

30

60:00

1

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (10-2-1)

10

8

8

26

60:00

5

1F George Read Lowe 2F Kinne Walters Cramer 3F MacQueen McKelvie Lehrke 4F Billberg McLeod Findlay 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Peluso Wacker 3D Hardwick Adams G Bakala bold= starting line TOTAL

2

3

Final

6 11

7 7

1 13

14 31

MSU BSU

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 5

14 21

0 0

1-for-3 0-for-5

.333 .000

NU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

Lee (7-5-0)

10

7

12

29

60:00

GA 2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dugas (3-2-0) Empty net

5 -

6 -

0 0

11 0

58:29 1:31

3 0

Bemidji State Lines 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-2=3 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- Minnesota State University, Mankato handed the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team its first home loss of the 2009-10 season, using four power-play goals to defeat the No. 4 Beavers 5-1 Friday at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. With the score tied 1-1 6:40 into the third period, BSU’s Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) was whistled for a major penalty. The infraction set up a five-minute power-play opportunity for the visitors and they would make the Beavers pay. At the 8:40 mark Jerad Stewart would score the eventual game winner on the man advantage with help from Zach Harrison and Ben Youds, both of whom would end up with two helpers in the game. During the next 1:59, MSU would post two more power-play goals and Harrison would add another before the period was over to put the game out of reach for the Beavers. The Mavericks, who never trailed in the game, got a Tyler Thompson goal midway through the first period and held on to tote a 1-0 lead into the third. Bemidji State’s Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) scored the Beavers’ only goal of the night to even the score to 1-1, 4:11 into the frame. Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) and Dan Bakala (So., G, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) were credited with assists on the play. The point put an end to a five-game scoreless streak for Hunt, the Beavers’ top scoring defenseman, while it marked the first career helper for Bakala. The goal seemed to be the spark the Beavers needed. The team immediately began to pick up the pace, pepper the MSU goaltender with shots and fly around the rink challenging every pass with a hit. But that aggressive play cost the Beavers as Read was sent tot the box for elbowing. In a game played without a single penalty called during the first 40 minutes of play, penalties end up playing a significant role in the final outcome. The Beavers and Mavericks combined to go 5-for-8 on the man advantage in the third period, with MSU scoring on 4-of-5 chances, while be was 1-for-3 on the power-play. MSU’s Phil Cook posted his first collegiate win in the game, turning away 30 BSU shot attempts and allowing just one goal. He improves to 1-00 on the season. Bakala was tagged with his second loss of the season, snapping a four-game unbeaten streak. He allowed five goals and stopped 26 Maverick shots in 60:00 of play. His record moves to 10-2-1 on the season. The loss ended the Beavers’ hopes of a perfect home season after eight straight wins and stands as the first time BSU has lost on its home ice since Mar. 6, 2009--a streak spanning 11 games. MSU has now defeated the Beavers in the last five meetings between the teams and continues to close the gap in the all-time series. The Mavericks now trail BSU by 10 games, 44-34-13.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

1

Goaltending

MSU

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

MSU BSU

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen MSU BSU

uMichael Dorr (1) (Youds) Jordan George (7) (McKelvie, Lowe)

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen NU BSU

MSU BSU

First Period 0:54 BSU 0-1 6x6 Matt Read (12) (unassisted) 4:29 MSU 1-1 6x6 Eriah Hayes (5) (Mouillierat, Davis) Second Period 0:45 MSU 2-1 6x5 PP Kael Mouillierat (5) Irwin, Dorr)

Tyler Thompson (1) (Harrison, Irwin)

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D MacIntyre 2D Peluso 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Wacker Adams TOTAL

2-1=3 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 2-2=4 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team was swept for the first time this season as Minnesota State University followed its 5-1 rout Friday by holding the Beavers off, 3-2, Saturday to gain its second win in as many nights at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. Trailing 3-1 with just under two minutes to go in the game, the Beavers pulled their goaltender in exchange for an extra attacker. The gamble looked like it might pay off as Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) potted his seventh goal of the season to reel the Mavericks to with a goal with 63 seconds left, but that was all the Beavers could muster as they fell in back-to-back games for the first time since Jan. 17 and 23 of last season. BSU jumped out to a lead just 54 seconds into the game. Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) stepped off the bench for his first shift of the game and into a MSU passing lane. After picking off the pass, Read skated past the Maverick defensive pair and placed a shot over the right shoulder of the MSU goaltender and into the back of the net. Minnesota State’s Eriah Hayes evened the score at 1-1 at the 4:29 mark of the period. He took a pass from Kael Mouillierat and Kurt Davis and fired a slap shot that Mathieu Dugas (Fr., G, L’Assomption, Quebec), the BSU goaltender, couldn’t handle and it dribbled in for a goal. Just 10 seconds into the second period, the game would swing in favor of MSU. BSU’s top scoring defenseman, Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) was whistled for a checking from behind major penalty and was sent to the showers. The Mavericks took the lead just 35 seconds into the five-minute power-play opportunity on a Mouillierat tally. Minnesota State added to its lead in the third period. Michael Dorr converted a BSU turnover on the red line into the first goal of his career as he beat the BSU goaltender one-on-one. Dorr is the brother of Frannie Door, a senior forward on the BSU women’s ice hockey team. In the final minutes the Beavers would mount a comeback but would fall short, 3-2. BSU failed to score on five power-play opportunities on the night, while MSU converted one of three chances into a goal. The Beavers kept Austin Lee busy tonight out shooting MSU 31-14. Lee made 29 saves and allowed to goals in 60:00 minutes between the pipes. He improves to 7-5-0 on the season. Dugas takes his second loss of the season, falling to 3-2-0 after posting 11 saves and allowing all three Maverick goals. The loss marks the sixth straight to MSU matching a losing skid that stretched from Dec. 20, 1996 to Dec. 17, 2000 and stands as the longest streak without a win over the Mavericks since the series began in 1974. MSU still trails BSU 44-35-13 in the all-time series.

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Bemidji State Hockey (9) Bemidji State 0 Western michigan 0

(9) Bemidji State 3 Western michigan 0

(11) Bemidji State 4 Niagara 6

January 2, 2010 Kalamazoo, Mich. - Lawson Ice Arena Attendance : 1,679

January 3, 2010 Kalamazoo, Mich. - Lawson Ice Arena Attendance : 1,512

January 15, 2010 Lewiston, N.Y. - Dwyer Arena Attendance : 966

Scoring Summary

1

2

3 OT Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (13-4-2)

0

0

0

0

0

Bemidji State (14-4-2)

0

2

1

3

Bemidji State (14-5-2; 8-1-0)

2

0

2

4

Western Michigan (6-9-4)

0

0

0

0

0

Western Michigan (6-10-4)

0

0

0

0

Niagara (6-12-2; 2-3-1)

0

3

3

6

First Period None Second Period None

First Period None Second Period 0:35 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP uIan Lowe (8) (Hunt, Read) 9:53 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP Ben Kinne (5) (Read, Hunt)

Third Period None

First Period 8:54 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP 18:06 BSU 2-0 6x6 Second Period 7:35 NU 2-1 6x6 18:47 NU 2-2 6x5 PP 19:26 NU 2-3 6x6 Third Period 4:56 NU 2-4 6x6 5:53 NU 2-5 6x6 13:51 NU 2-6 6x6 18:49 BSU 3-6 6x6 19:12 BSU 4-6 6x6

Third Period 11:01 BSU 3-0 6x5 PP Ben Kinne (6) (Read, Hunt)

Shots on Goal BSU WMU

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

OT

11 8

10 12

5 8

3 3

Final 29 31

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 3

8 6

0 0

0-for-3 0-for-4

.000 .000

BSU WMU

Goaltending

2

3

Final

BSU WMU

9 7

12 11

9 8

30 26

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (10-2-2)

8

12

8

3

31

65:00

0

WMU

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Gill (5-7-3)

11

10

5

3

29

60:00

2

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D MacIntyre bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Hartmann Hunt Adams Wacker TOTAL

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

KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- (Lawson Ice Arena) -- For the first time in 54 years of storied collegiate hockey history at Bemidji State University, the Beavers skated to a 0-0 tie. Saturday the Beavers failed to score in 60 minutes of regulation and the five-minute overtime period, while Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) posted his second career shutout versus Western Michigan University in the scoreless tie at Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo, Mich. Bakala turned away 31 saves in the game, equalling a career-high set in a 2-1 victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville Nov. 1 of this season. In addition to Bakala’s flawless effort between the pipes, BSU’s team defense came up with 11 blocked shots. Brady Wacker (Fr., Jansen, Saskatchewan) led all Bemidji State players with three blocks. Although the game officially goes in the books as a tie, Western Michigan earned bragging rights, taking the exhibition shootout, 2-1, in three rounds. The Beavers sent Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario), Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) and Shea Walters (So., F, Hibbing, Minn.) to the ice for the shootout. Read was stymied by a kick save from Riley Gill, who posted his eighth career shutout in the contest. Bakala responded with a save of his own. Then MacQueen made good on his shootout attempt and the Broncos knotted the score at 1-1 with a goal form Max Campbell. Finally after Walters missed on his attempt, WMU’s J.J. Crew lit the lamp to send the WMU faithful home happy. Western Michigan held a slight edge on the shot board peppering Bakala with 31 shots on goal, while the Beavers managed to fire 29 on target at the other end of the ice. The Beavers’ penalty kill unit got back on track holding WMU scoreless on three power-play opportunities after allowing five goals on eight opportunities in the series versus Minnesota State University Dec. 11-12. On the flip side, the Beaver power-play unit was held without a goal on four chances, managing just three shots on net. The BSU/WMU all-time series remains deadlocked at 2-2-1. Entering the series each team own a pair of wins in the rivalry (2-2-0) dating back to 2004.

Marc Zanette (4) (unassisted) uBryan Haczyk (3) (P.Zanette, Matthews) Marc Zanette (5) (Iuorio, Foam) Jordan George (8) (Adams) Brad Hunt (6) (MacQueen, Lehrke)

BSU NU

1

2

3

Final

13 10

5 16

21 6

39 32

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 7

12 14

0 0

3-for-6 0-for-5

.500 .000

Goaltending

BSU

26

1

BSU WMU

C.J. Chartrain (2) (P.Zanette, Vandenberg) Giancarlo Iuorio (3) (Ross, Gotto) Derek Foam (1) (Moran, Haczyk)

Shots on Goal

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Ian Lowe (9) (Hunt, Walters) Ryan Cramer (7) (Wacker, George)

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 2

6 4

0 0

1-for-2 1-for-3

.500 .333

BSU NU

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (11-2-2) Empty net

7 0

11 -

8 -

26 0

59:57 0:03

0 0

WMU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Kuhn (1-3-1)

9

10

8

27

60:00

3

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Hardwick 3D MacIntyre bold= starting line

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (11-3-2) Dugas Empty net

10 -

13 -

0 3 0

23 3 0

45:53 13:19 0:48

5 1 0

NU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Noonan (4-6-0)

11

5

19

35

60:00

4

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Hartmann Hunt Adams Wacker TOTAL

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

KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- (Lawson Ice Arena) -- Water-tight goaltending and a potent power-play propelled the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 3-0 nonconference victory over Western Michigan University Sunday at Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo, Mich. Sophomore goaltender Dan Bakala (Calgary, Alberta) turned away 26 shots en route to his second consecutive shutout, the third of his career, while Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn) matched a career-high by netting two goals and Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) and Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) each pitched in three assists as the Beavers snapped a season-long three game winless streak (0-2-1) and improved to 14-4-2 on the season. Special teams play was pivotal in the Beavers’ 14th win of the season. A power-play that had been held scoreless in its last 11 opportunities, a streak spanning nearly seven periods, accounted for all of Bemidji State’s scoring on the afternoon as the Beavers were an efficient 3-for-6 on the man advantage. In addition to special teams offense, the Bemidji State penalty-kill unit snuffed out all five of the Broncos’ power-play chances to finish the weekend holding WMU scoreless on nine man advantage opportunities. After the first period of play, the score remained tied at 0-0, bringing immediate flashbacks of a game between the teams just 24 hours earlier that was played in its entirety without a single goal. But just 35 seconds into the second stanza, BSU’s junior winger Ian Lowe (Bradwardine, Manitoba) broke the scoreless streak after four periods with his career-best eighth goal of 2009-10 with help from Read and Hunt. The goal came with just eight seconds remaining on a power-play that carried over from a hooking infraction called on WMU’s Tyler Ludwig late in the first period. Kinne put Bemidji State up by two goals at the 9:53 mark when he took passes for Hunt and Read and converted the Beavers’ fourth power-play chance of the afternoon into his fifth goal of the season. Bakala piled up 11 of his 26 saves in the period and kept the Broncos off the scoreboard as the Beavers skated to the locker room after 40 minutes of play up 2-0. Kinne added his sixth lamplighter of the campaign at the 11:01 mark of the third period to give Bemidji State a 3-0 advantage. Adding their third assists of the game on the play, Read set a new career-best, while Hunt equaled a personal-best of three helpers set Mar. 7, 2009 versus Robert Morris University. Bakala was again spectacular in net versus the Broncos posting backto-back shutouts for the first time in his career as he improved to 11-2-2 on the season and climbed to third in the country in goals against average (1.71) and fourth in save percentage (.937). Jerry Kuhn was tagged with the loss after allowing three power-play goals while totaling 27 saves in 60:00 minutes of play. He falls to 1-3-1 on the season. The victory gives the Beavers an 3-2-1 edge in the all-time BSU/WMU series, while it improves the team’s record to 3-1-2 versus teams hailing from the Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Peluso 2D MacIntyre 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Hartmann Wacker Hunt Adams TOTAL

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

LEWISTON, N.Y. (Dwyer Arena) -- All good things must come to an end. Tonight the Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team’s bid for a perfect College Hockey America season ended after eight games. A hard-nosed Niagara squad battled back from an early two-goal deficit to rattle off six consecutive goals and protect its home ice with a 6-4 league victory tonight at Dwyer Arena in Lewiston, N.Y. Although No. 11 BSU opened the game with dominant play during the first 20 minutes and skated into the second period holding a 2-0 lead, Niagara tallied three unanswered goals in the second and piled up three more in the first 13:51 of the third to put the game out of reach for the Beavers. “The first period might have been one of our better periods of the year,” commented head coach Tom Serratore. “Whether we self destructed after that, I don’t know. But once we took a few shortcuts and they converted on them, momentum began to shift.” “You knew those kids were going to play a better second period after that tough first period.” He added, “I wish we would have responded a little better, kept our foot on the gas and paid more attention to detail. But you have to give credit to Niagara. The bottom line is that they played with a lot of intensity, they took it to us in the second and third periods and they earned it.” It took the Beavers just 8:54 to get on the scoreboard. Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) netted his ninth goal of the season with help from Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) and Shea Walters (So., F, Hibbing, Minn.) just nine seconds into BSU’s first power-play opportunity of the evening. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) fired a puck from the top of the right circle, through traffic and past the NU goaltender Chris Noonan, to stretch the Beavers’ lead to two goals just under 10 minutes later (18:06). The game’s first even-strength lamplighter and Cramer’s seventh of the season, sent Bemidji State to the locker room after the first stanza with a comfortable 2-0 lead. Maybe too comfortable. The Purple Eagles struck back at the 7:35 mark of the second to reel the Beavers to within a goal, 2-1. Paul Zanette fired a rocket that was initially saved by Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta), but C.J. Chartrain put the rebound past the BSU goaltender to get the hosting Purple Eagles on the scoreboard. Niagara evened the score, 2-2, at the 18:47 mark. Just 10 seconds after BSU newcomer Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) was whistled for slashing, the Bemidji State penalty-kill unit gave up its first power-play goal since Dec. 12--a streak spanning 203 minutes and two seconds. Thirty-two seconds later (19:12), Derek Foam scored to give NU its first lead of the game and swing the momentum to NU as the teams exited for the second intermission. Niagara would ride that wave of momentum into the third period piling three more goals onto their lead. Marc Zanette capitalized on a BSU turnover after a face off in their own zone to net the first of his game-high two goals on the night and Bryan Haczyk scored what would stand as the game winner 57 seconds later (5:53), before Zanette potted his second of the game to put NU up 6-2. Down four goals with just over six minutes to go in the game, the Beavers played with urgency. The team finished the period with a 21-6 advantage in shots on goal and got goals from George and Hunt in the final 90 seconds but it was too little, too late. George and Hunt led the way for the Beavers as each netted a goal and an assist in the loss. Niagara had five players garner two points in the game led by Marc Zanette’s two-goal effort. Bakala, who played just 45:53 and posted 23 saves before being pulled for Mathieu Dugas (Fr., G, L’Assomtion, Quebec), was tagged with the loss after allowing five NU goals. He moves to 11-3-2 on the year.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey (11) Bemidji State 4 Niagara 3

(4) Minnesota Duluth 1 (14) Bemidji State 4

(14) Bemidji State 5 (4) Minnesota Duluth 4

January 15, 2010 Lewiston, N.Y. - Dwyer Arena Attendance : 1,015

January 22, 2010 Bemijdi, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,414 (sellout)

January 23, 2010 D.E.C.C. - Duluth, Minn. Attendance : 5,396 (sellout)

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3 OT Final

Bemidji State (15-5-2; 9-1-0)

2

1

1

4

Minnesota Duluth (16-8-1)

0

0

1

1

Bemidji State (17-5-2)

1

0

3

1

5

Niagara (6-13-2; 2-4-1)

1

1

1

3

Bemidji State (16-5-2)

1

0

3

4

Minnesota Duluth (16-9-1)

1

1

2

0

4

First Period 16:30 BSU 1-0 6x6 16:42 BSU 2-0 6x6 18:53 NU 2-1 5x6 SH Second Period 1:57 BSU 3-1 6x6 18:02 NU 3-2 6x5 PP Third Period 1:42 BSU 4-2 6x6 13:51 NU 4-3 6x6

Dan Maclntyre (1) (Lehrke, McKelvie) Brance Orban (1) (Read) Paul Zanette (7) (Haczyk) Matt Read (13) (Orban) Giancarlo Iuorio (4) (M.Zanette, Gotto) uBrance Orban (2) (Wacker) Ryan Olidis (12) (Moran, Gotto)

Shots on Goal BSU NU

First Period 10:11 BSU 1-0 6x6 18:10 UMD 1-1 6x6 Second Period 10:27 UMD 1-2 6x6

Ian Lowe (10) (George, Hunt)

Third Period 3:48 BSU 0-2 6x4 PP 9:54 BSU 0-3 6x6 11:09 BSU 0-4 6x6 15:34 UMD 1-4 6x5 PP

uBrad Hunt (7) (MacQueen, Lowe) Ian Lowe (11) (George) Brance Orban (3) (Kinne) Jack Connolly (16) (Bordson, Connolly)

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

8 3

12 11

11 15

31 29

Penalties & Power Plays

UMD BSU

1

2

3

Final

7 11

12 6

11 9

30 26

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 4

12 8

0 0

0-for-4 1-for-6

.000 .167

BSU NU

First Period 11:04 BSU 0-1 6x6 Second Period none

Goaltending

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 6

8 12

0 0

1-for-6 1-for-4

.167 .250

UMD BSU

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (12-3-2)

2

10

14

26

60:00

3

NU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Noonan (4-7-0) Empty net

6 0

11 0

10 0

27 0

58:55 1:05

4 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F Orban 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Peluso 2D MacIntyre 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Hartmann Wacker Hunt Adams TOTAL

3-2=5 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 4-6=10 pts

LEWISTON, N.Y. (Dwyer Arena) -- It’s been a long time coming. Freshman Brance Orban (F, Lethbridge, Alberta) has put in his time at practice, watched his teammates contribute and waited patiently for his turn to prove he belongs. Saturday, Orban got his chance and he made the most of it. In his first collegiate start, Orban, who found himself flanking the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team’s top line along side the Beavers’ top scorer Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) and Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba), not only held his own, he led the Beavers to a 4-3 College Hockey America victory over Niagara University at Dwyer Arena in Lewiston, N.Y. Orban notched a pair of goals, including the game winner, while adding an assist. “Brance is a smart player,” commented BSU head coach Tom Serratore. “We put him in there with a couple other smart players in Matt Read and Ian Lowe for Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) and Brance filled in just great.” For the second consecutive night, the Beavers skated out to a 2-0 lead getting goals from a pair of unlikely contributors. Junior Dan MacIntyre (D, Fort Frances, Ontario) got the Beavers on the board 16:30 into the game firing a shot through traffic from the point for the first goal of his career. Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F. Park Rapids, Minn.) and Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) were credited with assists on the even-strength goal. Just 12 seconds later (16:42), Orban found the back of the net with help from Read to put the Beavers up 2-0. A power-play opportunity in the final 90 seconds of the period set the Beavers up in position to take a three-goal lead to the locker room after 20 minutes of play, but a turnover in the neutral zone cost the Beavers that chance and Paul Zanette beat Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) for a short-handed goal with 67 seconds to play in the first period. The teams skated off the ice for the beak with the Beavers leading 2-1. Twenty-four hours after opening the second period flat only to watch an early lead stolen from them, the Beavers exploded into the second period Saturday. It took Read just 1:57 to grab his team-leading 13th goal of the season as Orban collected the first assist of his career at BSU. BSU killed a 5-on-3 lasting 1:14 midway through the second, but the Purple Eagles would capitalize on a man advantage late in the period to stay within striking distance, 3-2. Leading by a goal, Bemidji State opened the third period just as it did the second. Orban posted his second tally of the evening with help from Brady Wacker (Fr., D, Jansen, Saskatchewan) just 1:42 into the stanza. The goal, putting BSU up 4-2 would be a big one for the Beavers. It would stand as the gamewinner after Ryan Oldis recorded his 12th goal of the season with just 6:09 left in regulation. Bakala and the Beavers held off a late charge by NU for a 4-3 win to salvage a series split. Bakala posted 26 save, including 14 in the final frame, to collect his 12th victory of the season. He is now 12-3-2. Chris Noonan turned away 27 BSU shots, but allowed four goals and was tagged with the loss. He falls to 4-7-0 on the season. The win allows the Beavers to climb to within a game of taking control of the all-time series with Niagara. NU owns a 21-20-8 advantage since the series began in 1999. The Purple Eagles may hold 14-8-3 record over the Beavers when playing at Dwyer Arena, the site of the final CHA Tournament Mar. 12-13, 2010, but BSU has won four of its last five on the NU’s home ice.

Third Period 7:14 BSU 2-2 8:21 UMD 2-3 13:37 BSU 3-3 14:06 UMD 3-4 19:58 BSU 4-4

Chris McKelvie (7) (MacQueen, Lehrke) Chad Huttel (1) (Akins) Jordan Fulton (1) (Grun, Olsen)

5x6 SH 6x5 PP 6x5 PP 6x6 6x6 EA

Overtime 0:36 BSU 5-4 6x6

Matt Read (14) (Kinne) Travis Oleksuk (7) (Montgomery, Grun) Ian Lowe (12) (Cramer, Read) Mike Seidel (5) (Bordson, Oleksuk) Ben Kinne (7) (Maclntyre) Jordan George (9) (Lowe, Hunt)

Shots on Goal

BSU UMD

1

2

3

OT

7 11

5 13

11 11

1 0

Final 24 35

Penalties & Power Plays Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 5

12 10

1 0

1-for-4 1-for-5

.250 .200

BSU UMD

Goaltending

UMD

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Reiter (8-4-0) Hjelle Empty net

10 0

6 0

6 2 0

22 2 0

47:05 8:42 0:13

4 0 0

BSU

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

Bakala (14-3-2) Empty net

10 -

12 -

9 0

0 0

31 0

59:30 1:06

4 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

UND

1

2

3

OT

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (13-3-2) Empty net

7 0

12 0

10 0

29 0

59:53 0:07

1 0

Hjelle (8-5-1)

6

5

8

0

19

60:36

5

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Orban 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Peluso 2D Areshenko 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe Kinne Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Hartmann Findaly Wacker Hunt Adams TOTAL

2-3=5 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-6=10 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) posted two goals and an assist and Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) piled up 29 saves as the No. 14 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey topped No. 4 University of Minnesota Duluth, 4-1, to open a nonconference home-andhome series at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. In the premier match up on the college hockey docket Friday, the Beavers prevailed in typical BSU fashion playing stingy team defense and out working the Bulldogs to create scoring opportunities. Lowe netted his 10th goal of the season to open the scoring at the 11:03 mark of the first period. BSU’s play making defender Brad Hunt (So. Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) found freshman Jordan George (F, Madison, Wis.) behind the net, who in turn, passed the puck to Lowe crashing the net. The Beavers took the 1-0 lead into the locker room at the conclusion of the first period and held it through the second, thanks to selfless defensive play and a hot goaltender. Bemidji State killed off all four of the Bulldogs’ power-play opportunities during the first 40 minutes, including, 44 seconds of 5-on-3 play, and held the one-goal lead despite being out shot 12-6 in the second stanza alone. BSU opened the third period on the attack. Hunt and the Beavers capitalized on their first power-play opportunity of the final frame when the sophomore rifled a shot from the point that made its way through traffic and past Kenny Reiter to put the Beavers up 2-0. Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) and Lowe were credited with assists on the play. With a two-goal lead just four minutes into the third, the Beavers kicked the pedal to the floor and buried the Bulldogs with goals from Lowe and Brance Orban (Fr., F, Lethbridge, Alberta) prior to the 12-minute mark. Lowe simply out hustled everyone on the ice taking a shot off the pipe in his own zone and though traffic in the neutral zone before deflecting the puck off Reiter’s back for the second two-goal night of his career (9:54). Seventy-six seconds later, Orban struck for the third time in BSU’s last two games, firing a shot from the right face off circle to end Reiter’s night. The Bulldogs would get on the board with just 4:26 to play as their top scorer, Jack Connolly, put a power-play marker past Bakala with help from Rob Bordson and Mike Connolly. The BSU penalty-kill unit held UMD scoreless in their first five man advantage chances and finished the night 5-for-6. The unit has allowed just three power-play goals in the Beavers’ last five outings--a streak spanning 24 opportunities (.875). The BSU power-play unit scored on one of its four chances. Bakala was sharp tonight to say the least, but had plenty of help from his teammates who watered down the potent Bulldog offensive attack by deflecting 27 shot attempts before they had a chance to reach the crease. The sophomore improved to 13-3-2 with the win, allowing just one goal in 59:53 between the pipes. Reiter was tagged with the loss after giving up all four BSU goals in 51:05 of work. He finished with 20 saves. Brett Hjelle stopped two shots and held BSU scoreless working the final 8:42 of play. After being swept by Minnesota Duluth last year, BSU used Friday’s victory to close the Bulldog’s lead in the all-time series to 18-8-0 and close their game at the Glas with a 4-3-0 edge over UMD. The victory over the nationally-ranked Bulldogs also allowed the Beavers to improve to 2-0 versus top 5 teams in 200910. BSU also knocked off No. 1 Miami University (Ohio) Nov. 27.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

GA

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Orban 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Peluso 2D Areshenko 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe Kinne Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Hartmann Findaly MacIntyre Hunt Adams TOTAL

3-2=5 pts 1-2=3 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-8=13 pts

Duluth, Minn. (Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center) -- What a finish. Trailing 2-1 after 40 minutes of play, the No. 14 Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team tied the game three times in the games final 13 minutes and would need less than a minute of extra time to send the capacity DECC crowd home in disappointment, but not before giving them their monies worth. BSU posted its third consecutive win earning a 5-4 overtime victory versus No. 4 University of Minnesota Duluth. After Ben Kinne (So., F. St. Paul. Minn.) sent the game to overtime with a goal at the horn, freshman Jordan George (F, Madison, Wis.) secured the win for the Beavers taking advantage of a UMD turnover in front of the net. Once the puck was on his stick he accelerated past the Bulldog defensive pair and beat the goaltender with a back-hand flip. Not only did the Beavers claim the nonconference series sweep with the gutty victory, they also improved to 3-0-0 versus teams ranked among the nation’s top five spots in 2009-10. The Beavers struck first as senior captain Chris McKelvie (F, New Brighton, Minn.) potted his seventh goal of the season at the 10:11 mark of the first period. Fellow senior Tyler Lehrke (F, Park Rapids, Minn.) started the play intercepting a pass on the blue line in stride and skating it into the offensive zone before giving it up to Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) who, in turn, found McKelvie on the left doorstep for a quick tip into the back of the net. The Bulldogs knotted the game at 1-1 with 1:50 remaining in the first on a Chad Huttel laser from the top of the right face off circle. Beaver goaltender Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) collected six saves and was aided by the post on two occasions during the first 20 minutes of play as BSU was out shot 11-7. The Beavers and Bulldogs skated to their respective locker rooms deadlocked at 1-1 at the conclusion of the first. The Bulldogs had the Beavers on their heels for a good portion of the second and took its first lead of the series 10:27 into the second frame. Jordan Fulton skated the puck behind Bakala, wrapped around and found an opening between the BSU goaltender’s pad and the post for his first goal of the season. UMD clung to the onegoal lead, 2-1, after two periods, out shooting the Beavers 13-5 in the second. Bemidji State entered the third period facing a deficit for just the fifth time this season and was 0-3-1 in previous four games. But tonight would be different. Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) scored a short-handed goal 7:14 in to tie the game at 2-2 to kick start the see-saw battle. Minnesota Duluth got a power-play goal from Travis Oleksuk 1:07 later to regain ownership of the lead, 3-2. At the 13:37-minute mark, Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) scored his fifth goal in the Beavers’ last five games and his third of the series to even the score at 3-3. But the Bulldogs looked to drive the dagger 49 seconds later. Mike Seidle buried a shot from the top of the right face off circle to put the home team up 4-3 with just under six minutes to play. But the Bemidji State would find another gear. With its goaltender off the ice for the final 38 seconds in lieu of an extra attacker, Kinne willed the puck in the net with 1.3 ticks left to tie the game at 4-4 and extend it to overtime. It took just 36 seconds for the Beavers to claim the victory, their first sweep over the Bulldogs since the 2005-06 campaign and to regain ownership of the coveted Babe the Blue Ox traveling trophy. Bakala turned away 31 shots en rout to his 14th victory of the season. He improves to 14-3-2 overall and has not lost in his last three starts.

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Bemidji State Hockey Robert Morris (6) Bemidji State

1 5

Robert Morris (6) Bemidji State

January 29, 2010 Bemijdi, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,108

1

2

3

Final

Robert Morris (7-14-4; 3-5-2)

0

1

0

Bemidji State (18-5-2; 10-1-0)

2

2

1

3

Final

5

Bemidji State (18-7-2; 10-3-0)

0

0

2

2

2

Robert Morris (9-14-4; 5-5-2)

1

2

2

5

3

Final

1

Robert Morris (8-14-4; 4-5-2)

1

1

3

5

Bemidji State (18-6-2; 10-2-0)

0

1

1

Jordan George (10) (Lowe, Cramer) uIan Lowe (13) (George, Hunt) Jordan George (11) Lowe, 8:04 James Lyle (1) (Salituro, Blazek) Tyler Lehrke (5) (McKelvie, MacQueen) Ian Lowe (14) (unassisted)

Nathan Longpre (11) (Urban, Crichton) Zach Hervato (3) (Blandina) Ryan Cramer (8) (Orban, Kinne) Jordan George (12) (unassisted) uDenny Urban (8) (Cramer, Blandina) Stefan Salituro (4) (unassisted) J.C. Velasquez (5) (Chiavetta, Kushneriuk)

2

3

Final

10 7

10 12

33 32

RMU BSU

1

2

3

Final

9 9

10 7

11 12

30 28

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 6

10 12

0 0

0-for-6 1-for-5

.000 .200

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 6

8 12

0 0

1-for-6 0-for-3

.167 .000

RMU BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Ostergard (6-11-2) Empty net

11 -

5 -

11 0

27 0

58:56 1:04

4 1

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (15-3-2)

13

9

10

32

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Orban 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Peluso 2D Areshenko 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

RMU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Ostergard (7-11-2) Empty net

9 -

6 0

11 0

26 0

59:53 0:07

2 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (15-4-2) Empty net

8 0

9 0

8 0

25 0

57:03 2:57

4 1

4-4=8 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-8=13 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- The John S. Glas Fieldhouse has been the site of countless historic events since its erection in 1967 and Friday evening it was host to yet another. Behind two-goal, two assist efforts from Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba), the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey program recorded its 500th victory in its hallowed hockey barn with a 5-1 triumph over Robert Morris University. The Beavers, who are in their 43rd and final season calling the Glas home and are just months from moving into the new 4,300-seat, state-of-the are Bemidji Regional Events Center, have logged 683 games on their current home ice and have compiled a record of 500-143-41. That’s a winning percentage of over 76-percent or an average of nearly 12 home games per season. Talk about home ice advantage. BSU got out to a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes of play and would not look back. The Beavers would sandwich the Colonials’ only marker of the night with two more goals before registering an empty-netter to bring the score to a final at 5-1. No. 6 Bemidji State improves to 18-5-2 overall and are the first team in the country to claim its 18th win this season. The Beavers also saw their lead in the College Hockey America standings swell to 12 points over secondplace RMU as they climbed to 10-1-0 in league play. George posted his 10th goal of the season just 1:24 into the first when Lowe and Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) found the rookie on the right post for an easy tap in 63 seconds into the Beavers’ first power-play opportunity of the weekend. Just over 12 minutes later (13:56), Lowe added a goal of his own to send BSU to the locker room grasping a 2-0 lead. In an up-and-down, fast-paced first period, BSU goaltender Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) posted 13 of his 32 saves as the shots were locked at 13-13. Bakala would go on to push his season’s record to 15-3-2 and extended his winning streak to four games with the victory. Just as he did to open the game, George got the Beavers out the gates quickly as the second stanza got underway, netting his second goal of the night just 34 seconds into the period. Linemates Lowe and Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) were credited with assists on the play. At the 8:04 mark, James Lyle got the best of Bakala firing a shot from the right face off circle into the back of the net to reel the Beavers to within two goals, 3-1, but Bemidji State would respond to extend their lead to three goals five minutes later (13:10). Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) crashed the net and pounded a Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) rebound past Brooks Ostergard, the RMU goaltender, for his fifth goal of 2009-10. The score remained locked a 4-1 through 19 minutes of the third frame, but when Robert Morris head coach Derek Schooley elected to pull his goalie with just over a minute to play, BSU would need only 35 seconds to make him pay. Lowe picked off a pass in front of the Beavers’ net, chipped the puck past the Colonial defensive pair and chopped at the puck sliding into the offensive zone from his belly for his first empty-net goal of the season. The game would end with RMU holding a slight lead in shots, 33-32. The Beavers scored the game’s only special teams goal of the night, finishing 1-for-5 on the man advantage, while BSU held the Colonials scoreless on six chances.

2

3

Final

12 12

17 7

45 23

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 6

8 12

1 0

1-for-6 2-for-4

.167 .500

BSU RMU

1F George 2F Orban 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Peluso 2D Areshenko 3D Wacker bold= starting line

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (15-5-2) Dugas Empty net

3 -

10 -

1 4 0

14 4 0

46:08 12:51 1:01

4 0 1

RMU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Ostergard (8-11-3)

16

12

15

43

60:00

2

Bemidji State Lines

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Kinne Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Hartmann Findlay Wacker Hunt Adams TOTAL

1 16 4

Goaltending

Goaltending

RMU

BSU RMU

Penalties & Power Plays

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

First Period 17:22 RMU 0-1 6x6 Dave Cowan (1) (Lyle, Velasquez) Second Period 10:22 RMU 0-2 6x6 Ron Cramer (4) (Cowan, Blandina) 19:02 RMU 0-3 6x4 PP uNathan Longpre (12) (Denny Urban) Third Period 6:08 RMU 0-4 6x6 J.C. Velasquez (6) (Crichton, Lyle) 13:34 BSU 1-4 6x5 PP Tyler Lehrke (6) (MacQueen, Walters) 17:53 BSU 2-4 5x6 SHEA Jordan George (13) (Peluso, Lowe) 18:15 RMU 2-5 6x5 PP Nathan Longpre (13) (Kobialko, Urban)

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

1 13 13

Goaltending

28

2

2

Penalties & Power Plays RMU BSU

1

1

Shots on Goal RMU BSU

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

First Period 3:00 RMU 1-0 6x5 PP Second Period 9:47 RMU 2-0 5x5 17:24 BSU 2-1 6x6 Third Period 8:43 BSU 2-2 6x6 9:22 RMU 3-2 6x6 14:50 RMU 4-2 6x6 19:59 RMU 5-2 6x6 EN

2 5

Feb. 12, 2010 Moon Township, Pa. - Island Sports Center Attendance : 863

January 30, 2010 Bemijdi, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhouse Attendance : 2,243

Scoring Summary

First Period 1:24 BSU 0-1 6x5 PP 13:56 BSU 0-2 6x6 Second Period 0:34 BSU 0-3 6x6 8:04 RMU 1-3 6x6 13:10 BSU 1-4 6x6 Third Period 19:29 BSU 1-5 6x6 EN

(5) Bemidji State Robert Morris

5 2

Read Lowe Kinne Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Hartmann Findlay Hardwick Hunt Adams TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- Robert Morris University stung No. 6 Bemidji State University Saturday handing the Beavers a 5-2 setback in the team’s final appearance in the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. The Beavers fall to 18-6-2 overall and saw its College Hockey America record dip to 10-2-0 on a night when it honored its 2009-10 senior class of Kyle Hardwick (Sr., D, Warroad, Minn.), Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.), Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) and Chris Peluso (Sr., D, Wadena, Minn.). RMU out played the Beavers from wire-to-wire scoring just three minutes into the game, adding another midway through the second and recording three unanswered goals to close out the win. Nathan Longpre scored 42 seconds into the Colonials’ first power-play opportunity of seven power-play chances of the evening. The visitors would take the 1-0 advantage into the second period of play. RMU was first to strike in a penalty-riddled second frame. Zach Hervato put the Colonials up 2-0 at the 9:47 mark of the period. Despite taking three penalties in the stanza, the Beavers struck back to climb to within a goal after 40 minutes of play. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) scored his eighth marker of the season and he was assisted by Brance Orban (Fr., F, Lethbridge, Alberta) and Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn.). Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) level the score at 2-2 8:43 into the third period. But the tie would be short-lived. Thirty-nine second later, Denny Urban would bead BSU goaltender Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) with a laser from the point. Robert Morris would go on to add a goal from Stefan Salituro and an empty-net tally from J.C. Velasquez as the final horn sounded to bring the score to 5-2. The Beavers were out shot for the second consecutive night, 30-28. Bakala collected 25 saves but was tagged with the loss after surrendering four RMU goals in 57:03 between the pipes. He moves to 15-4-2 on the season. The Colonials’ Brooks Ostergard bounded back from a 5-1 loss 24-hours earlier by posting 26 saves en route to his seventh victory of the season. He improves to 7-11-2. With the 5-2 victory, RMU put an end to a five-game losing skid a the hands of the Beavers. But BSU still holds a commanding 17-9-2 lead in the all-time series and an impressive 11-2-1 mark in games played in Bemidji, Minn.

1F George 2F Orban 3F MacQueen 4F Billberg 1D Areshenko 2D Peluso 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

Read Lowe Kinne Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Walters Findlay Hunt MacIntyre Adams TOTAL

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

Moon Township, Pa. (RMU Island Sports Center) -- Robert Morris University scored first and took a 3-0 lead into the third period before handing No. 5 Bemidji State University a 5-2 College Hockey America loss, Friday at RMU Island Sport Center in Moon Township, Pa. The Beavers, now 18-7-2 overall and 10-3-0 in league action, have dropped their last two games to the Colonials. RMU also defeated BSU 5-2 Jan. 30 in its final appearance in the John S. Glas Fieldhouse. Despite a decisive advantage in shots on goal, 16-4, and a significant number of quality scoring opportunities during the first 20 minutes of play, the Beavers trailed the hosting Colonials 1-0. Robert Morris took the first lead of the game when Dave Cowan threw the puck on net to beat a screened Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) for his first goal of the season. “That first period was a toughy because we played very well,” BSU head coach Tom Serratore said. “You’d like to get a goal in that first period after all of our hard work and quality scoring changes. Then we had a breakdown defensively and they got that 1-0 lead and we never really came back from that.” In the second, the Colonials seemed to keep the pressure on BSU. However, the Beavers remained within a goal through the first 10 minutes of play, but at the 10:22 mark, RMU took a two-goal lead. After Bakala made an initial save on a J.C. Velasquez shot, Bemidji State was unable to clear the puck and a Cowan shot was deflected in front of the net past Bakala by Ron Cramer to put the hosts up 2-0. The Beavers didn’t commit a penalty during the first 37 minutes of play, but when it rains it pours. With Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) in the box for hooking infraction at the 17:45 mark, BSU was whistled for too many men a minute later setting up 60 seconds of 5-on-3 advantage for the Coloinals. RMU would need just 17 seconds to take a 3-0 lead, getting what would eventually become the game-winning goal from Nathan Longpre, who again took advantage of a scrum in front of the net to screen the BSU netminder. “You know the chances of scoring on a 5-on-3 are pretty high,” commented Serratore. “Obviously they converted. That was a back-breaker.” Robert Morris would extend its lead to 4-0 6:08 into the final stanza, effectively ending Bakala’s night after 46:48 between the pipes. Freshman Mathieu Dugas (G, L’Assomption, Quebec) came off the bench in relief. The change in goaltenders provided a spark for the Beavers. Lehrke scored his sixth goal of the season, a career-high for the senior, to pull the Beavers within three goals, 4-1 with 6:26 to play. Despite pulling Dugas for an extra attacker with just over four minutes to play, the Beavers were left short-handed when Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) was called for interference a the 17:32 mark. However, Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.) extended his scoring streak to five games, netting his first collegiate short-handed goal, and 13th goal of the season, with 2:03 to play. But the Colonials would slam the door on the comeback 22 seconds later when Longpre netted his second goal of the evening, this time on an empty net, to give RMU the 5-2 victory. Despite losing 5-2, BSU still holds a commanding 17-10-2 lead in the all-time series, while the series is 6-6-1 in games played in Moon Township, Pa.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey (5) Bemidji State Robert Morris

5 2

Niagara (7) Bemidji State

Feb. 13, 2010 Moon Township, Pa. - Island Sports Center Attendance : 987

2 3

Niagara (7) Bemidji State

Feb. 19, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhous Attendance : 2,414 (Sellout)

1 6

Feb. 20, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - John S. Glas Fieldhous Attendance : 2,414 (Sellout)

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (19-7-2; 11-3-0)

1

1

3

5

Niagara (7-17-4; 2-9-2)

0

1

1

2

Niagara (7-18-4; 2-10-2)

0

0

1

1

Robert Morris (9-15-4; 5-6-2)

0

1

1

2

Bemidji State (20-7-2; 12-3-0)

1

0

2

3

Bemidji State (21-7-2; 13-3-0)

3

2

1

6

First Period 16:13 BSU 1-0 6x6 Second Period 1:52 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP 19:52 RMU 2-1 6x6 Third Period 5:55 RMU 2-2 6x6 8:54 BSU 3-2 6x6 10:57 BSU 4-2 6x5 PP 18:43 BSU 5-2 6x6 EN

First Period 11:14 BSU 0-1 6x5 PP Ian Lowe (15) (Cramer, Hunt)

Tyler Lehrke (7) (McKelvie) Ben Kinne (8) (Lehrke) Scott Kobialko (9) (Longpre) Zach Hervato (5) (Kushneriuk, Salituro) uRyan Cramer (9) (Kinne, Peluso) Jamie MacQueen (6) (Lehrke, Kinne) Tyler Lehrke (8) (Maclntyre)

Shots on Goal BSU RMU

Bryan Haczyk (6) (Zanette, Moran) Jamie MacQueen (7) (unassisted) uMatt Read (15) (George, Lowe) Paul Zanette (10) (Haczyk, Beattie)

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

10 7

3 9

11 12

24 28

Penalties & Power Plays

NU BSU

1

2

3

Final

10 7

3 9

11 12

24 28

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 6

10 20

0 0

2-for-4 0-for-3

.500 .000

BSU RMU

Second Period 8:10 NU 1-1 6x6 Third Period 4:31 BSU 1-2 6x6 6:14 BSU 1-3 6x6 12:11 NU 2-3 6x6

First Period 5:56 BSU 0-1 6x6 7:16 BSU 0-2 6x6 7:16 18:15 BSU 0-3 5x5 Second Period 8:18 BSU 0-4 6x6 10:02 BSU 0-5 6x6 Third Period 7:31 NU 1-5 6x6 10:59 BSU 1-6 6x6

Goaltending

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 4

6 11

0 0

0-for-4 1-for-3

.000 .333

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dugas (4-2-0)

7

8

11

26

60:00

2

RMU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Ostergard (8-12-3) Empty net

9 -

2 -

8 0

19 0

58:54 1:06

4 1

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Orban 1D Areshenko 2D Peluso 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

0-0=0 pts 2-2=4 pts 3-3=6 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-7=12 pts

Moon Township, Pa. (RMU Island Sports Center) -- Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F. Park Rapids, Minn.) posted two goals and two assists Saturday to lead the No. 5 Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 5-2 victory at Robert Morris University. The win enabled the Beavers to salvage a College Hockey America road series split and come within a point of clinching their third consecutive regular-season championship. “It was a gutty win,” BSU head coach Tom Serratore commented. “We let them back in a little bit, but I thought we showed a lot of resiliency when it was 2-2 and we pushed through to get that third goal.” He added, “I thought we were pretty good after that.” Serratore’s team dodged a bullet early as the Colonials caught the Beavers on their collective heels during the game’s opening moments. The hosts watched a pair of quality scoring chances ring off the post, but the near misses would wake up the Beavers who would rebound to take a 1-0 lead into the locker room after 20 minutes of play. For the second straight night, Lehrke scored a goal. His seventh lamplighter of the season came with 3:47 left in the first period and it would just be the tip of the iceberg for the senior on a career night. He would go on to add a pair of assists and capped the evening with an empty net goal to secure the victory for BSU. “Lehrks was a stud and he’s been a stud for us all year,” said Serratore. “I am proud of that line and I am proud of him. I can’t say enough about how he and Chris McKelvie have anchored that line this year. It is amazing how each year we have seniors step up for us.” With 1:55 of penalty time carried over from the first period, Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul. Minn.) took advantage of the opportunity and accounted for the Beavers’ scoring in the second with a power-play goal at the 1:52 mark. The sophomore skated the puck down the slot, hesitated and as soon as Ostergaard committed low, he shot the puck over his shoulder for his careerhigh eighth goal of the season. The Colonials reeled the Beavers to within a goal, 2-1, before time expired on the second. Scott Kobialko took a pass from Nathan Longpre and beat Mathieu Dugas (Fr., G, L’Assomtion, Quebec), to spoil the shutout after 39:53 and swing momentum in the direction of RMU as the teams skated off the ice for the second intermission. Robert Morris knotted the game at 2-2 on a Zach Hervato goal at the 5:55 into the third, but the Beavers would kick the pedal to the floor to and pull away to salvage the series split. Ryan Cramer (Jr., F, International Falls, Minn.) buried his team-leading fourth game-winning goal of the season on a backhand from the slot on an odd-man rush at the 8:54 mark. From there, Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) set up for a one-timer from the high slot and unleashed a feed off of the sticks of Lehrke and Kinne from behind the net for a powerplay goal. Lehrke then solidified the win with an empty-net goal. BSU finished the game converting 2-for-4 on the man advantage, while its penalty-kill until held the Colonials scoreless on three opportunities. In his first start since Dec. 12, Dugas was a rock for the Beavers. After a shaky start, he posted a win in what Serratore called a “must-win” for BSU turning away 26 shots, while allowing just two goals in 60 minutes between the pipes for BSU.

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Avramenko (2-5-3) Empty net

4 0

12 0

6 0

21 0

59:36 0:24

3 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (16-5-2)

11

9

5

25

60:00

2

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Orban 1D Areshenko 2D Peluso 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

C.J. Chartrain (3) (unassisted) Ryan Cramer (10) (Kinne)

1

2

3

Final

11 9

5 24

17 6

33 39

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

9 4

26 8

0 0

0-for-1 0-for-5

.000 .000

NU BSU

NU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Hare (1-5-0) Avramenko

6 -

22

5

6 27

20:00 40:00

3 3

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (17-5-2) Empty net

11 0

5 -

16 -

32 0

59:56 0:04

1 0

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Billberg Hartmann Hunt MacIntyre Adams TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- A pair of third period goals and water-tight penalty-kill play allowed the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to escape the John S. Glas Fieldhouse with a 3-2 victory Friday over Niagara University. The win, which improved the No. 7 Beavers’ record to 20-7-2 overall and 12-3-0 in College Hockey America play was enough to clinch the school’s third consecutive regular-season league championship and unprecedented 22nd conference crown in program history. Tied 1-1 after two periods of inconsistent play, the Beavers came out in the opening minutes of the third frame to take control of the game. Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) broke the tie 4:31 into the stanza, stepping in front of a NU pass before skating it into the zone and beating the Purple Eagle goaltender for his seventh goal of the season. Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) put the Beavers up 3-1 just 1:33 later when freshman playmaker Jordan George (F, Madison, Wis.) found the junior streaking down the left side of the slot with a nifty pass. Read then rung a shot off the inside of the left post and into the back of the net for his first point in four games. The goal also stood as the 100th point of his career, making him the seventh BSU player to accumulate 100 career points since the team made the jump to the major college hockey level prior to the 1999-2000 season. He is now locked in a tie with Marty Goulet (1999-03) for sixth place on BSU’s Division I-era scoring list. After settling in to the two-goal advantage, BSU got stuck in a rut and allowed Niagara back in the game. At the 12:11 mark, Paul Zanette scored an even-strength marker to pull the Purple Eagles within a goal, 3-2. Twentynine seconds later, Read was called for a major penalty opening the door for a Niagara comeback by setting up with a five-minute man advantage. The Beavers would respond with true grit, banding together to hold the visitors scoreless for the entire five minutes, allowing the penalty-kill unit to finish the evening a perfect 4-for-4 on the night. Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) scored the Beavers’ only power-play goal of the game midway through threw the first period. BSU finished 1-for-3 on the man advantage. Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) was back in the net for the Beavers and single-handedly kept the team in the game during a few defensive let downs in the second period. Bakala finished the night with 25 saves, including 11 in the second alone, for his 16th victory of the season. Niagara’s Adam Arvamenko was tagged with the loss after surrendering all three BSU goals. He falls to 2-5-3 in 2009-10. BSU is now within a win of leveling the all-time series, as the team trails Niagara 20-21-8 since the series began in 1999-00. The Beavers own a 126-5 mark when hosting the Purple Eagles at “The Glas” and have won four straight over NU in the Bemidji, Minn.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

Darcy Findlay (5) (McLeod, Cramer) Matt Read (16) (Wacker)

Goaltending

NU

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Walters Cramer McKelvie Lehrke Hartmann Billberg Hunt MacIntyre Adams TOTAL

Ben Kinne (9) (Hunt, Areshenko)

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen NU BSU

Shots on Goal NU BSU

Darcy Findlay (4) (Billberg, Kinne) uIan Lowe (16) (Read)

1F George Read Lowe 2F Kinne Walters Cramer 3F MacQueen McKelvie Lehrke 4F McLeod Findlay 1D Hardwick Peluso 2D Wacker Adams 3D Areshenko Hunt XD Carlson bold= starting line TOTAL

2-1=3 pts 2-4=6 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-1=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 6-9=15 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (John S. Glas Fieldhouse) -- After 43 years of calling the John S. Glas Fieldhouse home, the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team skated off its ice for the final time Saturday, but not before adding another win to one of the finest legacies of hockey history ever assembled. Since Bemidji State opened the doors to its most recent hockey home Nov. 17, 1967, its men’s hockey program has won 13 national championships, captured 22 conference crowns and posted 880 wins, 502 of which have come at The Glas. With hundreds of alumni, nearly 30 members of the Glas family and a capacity crowd of 2,414 in attendance, Bemidji State celebrated the dedication, history and tradition of Beaver hockey and turned down the lights for one last time with a 6-1 victory over Niagara University. The Beavers came out of the gates buzzing and would not look back. After a goal was disallowed just 35 seconds into the game, BSU got on the board at the 5:56 mark when Darcy Findlay (So., F, Bristol, Quebec) potted his fourth goal of the season and the first of a career-high two on the evening. Less than two minutes later (7:16), Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) won an offensive zone face off and Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) put the Beavers up 2-0. Lowe wound up for a one-timer from the top of the right face off circle for his team-leading 16th goal of the season. Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn.) gave the Beavers a 3-0 cushion before time would expire on the first period, depositing a rebound off a shot by Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) for a goal (18:15). Niagara opted to switch goaltenders to begin the second period, but the Beavers didn’t skip a beat. In one of its most dominating 20-minute segments of the season, BSU out shot the Purple Eagles 24-5 and increased its lead to 5-0 along the way. Findlay potted a Aaron McLeod (Fr., F, Ottawa, Ontario) rebound at the 8:18 mark and Read would follow that up by snapping a shot into the back of the net from the high slot to join Lowe atop BSU’s 2009-10 goal scoring list with 16. Niagara bounced back in the third period taking advantage of BSU’s conservative approach to light the lamp. NU’s C.J. Chartrain spoiled Dan Bakala’s (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) shutout 47 minutes into the contest. Chartrain intercepted a failed attempt to clear the puck and fired a shot past the screened Beaver goaltender for the Purple Eagles’ only goal of the night. Junior forward Ryan Cramer (International Falls, Minn.) closed the book on BSU’s scoring at The Glas netting his 10th goal of the season at the 10:59 mark of the third frame. The goal gave the Beavers a 6-1 lead, marking the sixth time this season that BSU, owner of the nation’s fifth-best goals-pergame average at 3.67, has netted at least six goals in a outing. Despite the teams combining for 34 minutes worth of penalties, not a single power-play goal was scored in the game. BSU finished 0-for-5 on the man advantage, while NU came up dry on its only opportunity of the contest. Bakala was nothing less than sharp, denying 32 Niagara shots, while allowing just one goal in 59:56 between the pipes. He finished the weekend 2-0-0 recording a .950 save percentage and 1.50 goals against average. So ends another chapter in one of the most tradition-rich programs in all of sport. BSU hockey bids farewell to The Glas after posting a 502-145-41 overall record and winning nearly 76 percent of this games over the last 43 years. Seldom will you find a venue that is more treasured by those who have called it home and more revered by those who have visited it. Never was that more evident than by the ceremonies held there on this final night. From the introduction of Elfrida Glas, widow of the building’s namesake, to the recognition of the program’s national prominence and to the ceremonial puck drop by legendary head coach R.H. “Bob” Peters in the pregame ceremony, to Vance’s last tour around the rink behind the wheel of the Zamboni, to the post game program honoring the first and last Beaver goals in the building and a passing of the torch through several generations of Beaver hockey, the hallowed hockey barn was flooded with memories.

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Bemidji State Hockey (6) Bemidji State Nebraska-Omaha

3 1

(6) Bemidji State Nebraska-Omaha

Feb. 26, 2010 Omaha, Neb. - Quest Center Omaha Attendance : 7,031

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (22-7-2)

0

2

1

Nebraska-Omaha (9-15-4)

0

0

1

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

3

Bemidji State (22-8-2)

0

1

1

1

Nebraska-Omaha (10-15-4)

1

2

0

Matt Read (17) (George) uJamie MacQueen (8) (Wacker, Lehrke) Rich Purslow (13) (Agosta) Tyler Lehrke (9) (Hunt)

First Period 4:22 UNO 0-1 6x5 PP Second Period 7:10 BSU 1-1 6x6 8:11 UNO 1-2 6x6 LL 13:03 UNO 1-3 6x6 Third Period 4:23 BSU 2-3 5x5

Shots on Goal

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

2

Bemidji State (23-8-2; 14-3-0)

2

0

1

3

3

Ala.-Huntsville (10-17-2; 6-10-2)

1

0

1

2

First Period 10:01 BSU 1-0 6x6 12:02 UAH 1-1 6x5 PP 19:39 BSU 2-1 6x5 PP Second Period None Third Period 9:30 UAH 2-2 6x6 13:05 BSU 3 -2 5x5

Eddie Del Grosso (6) (Purslow) Ian Lowe (17) (unassisted) Terry Broadhurst (12) (Kemp, Smith) uRich Purslow (14) (Fanto, Del Grosso) Matt Read (18) (Peluso)

2

3

Final

2 8

7 6

8 11

17 25

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 3

10 6

0 0

1-for-3 0-for-5

.333 .000

Goaltending 1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (18-5-2)

8

6

10

24

60:00

1

UNO

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dupont (5-5-2) Empty net

2 -

5 -

7 0

14 0

59:20 0:40

2 1

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Walters 1D Areshenko 2D Wacker 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

1

2

3

Final

3 13

8 10

7 4

18 27

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

BSU UAH

1

2

3

Final

8 14

10 6

14 10

32 30

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 6

12 12

0 0

0-for-5 1-for-5

.000 .200

BSU UNO

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 6

25 12

0 0

1-for-6 1-for-6

.167 .167

BSU UAH

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (18-6-2) Empty net

12 -

8 -

4 0

20 0

58:30 1:30

3 0

UNO

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Faulkner (13-9-4) Empty net

3 0

7 0

6 0

16 0

59:36 0:24

2 0

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Billberg Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Peluso Adams TOTAL

OMAHA, Neb. (Quest Center Omaha) -- Bemidji State may have been out shot 25-17 at the Quest Center in Omaha, Neb., but the only shots that count are the ones that find the back of the net and tonight the Beavers scored three times, while BSU goaltender Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) turned away 24 shots to lift BSU to a 3-1 victory at University of Nebraska-Omaha. After a scoreless first period, the Beavers scored two goals in the second and held off a steady UNO attack in the third to secure a win over the future Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) foe. Only three games remain in the 2009-10 regular season and BSU entered the series clinging to hopes of an at-large berth into the NCAA Tournament. But a loss in any of the Beavers’ remaining contests could send the team spiraling out of the tournament picture, making this weekend’s games must-wins. Tonight the Beavers came through. “I just told the guys in the locker room that we’ve had a lot of monumental wins in the history of the program, but this is one of the biggest,” said BSU head coach Tom Serratore. “It was a total team effort and I am extremely proud of the guys.” Six different Beavers found their way into the scoring column, but it was the forward line of Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.), Chris McKelvie (Sr., F, New Brighton, Minn.) and Jamie MacQueen (So., F, St. Thomas Ontario) that provided the spark for BSU. Lehrke led all players with an emptynet goal and an assist, while MacQueen posted the game-wining tally late in the second period. “You lean on your seniors and I can’t say enough about how well [Lehrke] has played,” Serratore commented. “Jamie MacQueen has been outstanding the last two or three series and Chris McKelvie has been steady. Again there is no question, we lean on those guys and they’ve delivered.” After setting the tone with dominant play in the opening minutes of the game, the Beavers were out played in a majority of the first period and were out shot 8-2, but escaped the stanza locked in a 0-0 tie. Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) broke the scoreless tie at the 2:40 mark of the second, taking a feed from linemate Jordan George (Fr., F, Madison, Wis.). George skated into the zone leading a 2-on-1 and threaded a pass through the Mavericks’ defense to find Read crashing the crease. The junior tipped in his team-leading 17th goal of the season to put BSU up 1-0. MacQueen stretched the Beavers’ lead to 2-0, when he scored a powerplay marker with six minutes to go in the second period. The Mavericks’ penalty-kill unit failed to cover the slot and the sophomore found a seam, skated between the circles and beat the UNO goaltender for the eventual game-winner. Brady Wacker (Fr., D, Jansen, Saskatchewan) and Lehrke were credited with assists on the play. The Mavericks opened the third period with a fury and cut the BSU lead to 2-1 just 89 seconds into the frame. Despite keeping BSU on its heels throughout the final 20 minutes out shooting the visitors 11-8 in the period, UNO pulled its goaltender and surrendered Lehrke’s empty-net goal with 28 seconds to play. Bakala was superb in net, garnering the game’s No. 1 star, while improving to 18-5-2 on the season in the 24-save victory. Nebraska-Omaha’s Jeremie Dupont allowed two BSU goals and made 14 saves in 59:20 of play. Tagged with the loss, he falls to 5-5-2 on the season.

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BSU UNO

Goaltending

BSU

Andrew Coburn (7) (Easton, Barker) uChris McKelvie (8) (Lehrke, Hunt)

Shots on Goal

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU UNO

Darcy Findlay (6) (unassisted) Cody Campbell (7) (Ruffini, deBruyn) Ian Lowe (18) (Kinne, Read)

Shots on Goal

1

3 2

Mar. 5, 2010 Huntsville, Ala. - Von Braun Center Attendance : 3,287

BSU UNO

(8) Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville

Feb. 27, 2010 Omaha, Neb. - Quest Center Omaha Attendance : 8,202

Scoring Summary

First Period None Second Period 2:40 BSU 1-0 6x6 LL 14:00 BSU 2-0 6x5 PP Third Period 1:29 UNO 2-1 6x6 19:32 BSU 3-1 6x6 EN

2 3

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Walters 1D Areshenko 2D MacIntyre 3D Hardwick bold= starting line

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (19-6-2) Empty net

13 -

6 -

9 0

28 0

59:57 0:03

2 0

UAH

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Talbot (10-17-2) Empty net

6 -

10 0

13 0

29 0

58:58 1:02

3 0

Bemidji State Lines Read Lowe Billberg Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Peluso Adams TOTAL

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

OMAHA, Neb. (Quest Center Omaha) -- In a game that the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team was out played for two periods and out shot 27-16, the Beavers threw caution to the wind during the final 20 minutes, but fell short to University Nebraska-Omaha, 3-2, Saturday in nonconference play at Quest Center in Omaha, Neb. The Mavericks, who were snake bitten, 3-1, 24-hours earlier, came out of the gates with a chip on their shoulder. UNO had the Beavers on their heels from the opening face off. The hosts converted their first power-play opportunity to opened a 1-0 lead 4:22 into the frame. Eddie Del Grosso’s power-play goal for UNO was the first the BSU penalty-kill unit had allowed since Feb. 13 versus Robert Morris University--a streak spanning five games and 186:07. Despite being out shot 13-3 in the first period, the Beavers, on the shoulders of solid play from goaltender Dan Bakala (So., Calgary, Alberta) skated into the locker room trailing by only a goal. Just when BSU seemed to have righted the ship on an Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) wrister that evened the score 7:10 into the second stanza, UNO bounced back 61 seconds later to stretch its lead back to 2-1. Before the period ended, the Mavericks’ Rich Purslow added what would eventually become the game-winning goal, tipping a centering pass from Nick Fanto into the back of the net. Trailing by two goals, 3-1, the Beavers came out of the second intermission with something to prove. With a man from each team serving time in the penalty box and the teams playing four-on-four, Matt Read (Jr., F, Ilderton, Ontario) and Chris Peluso (Sr., D, Wadena, Minn.) broke away from the UNO quartet for a 2-on-0 rush. Peluso set BSU’s leading scorer up perfectly and Read rapped his team-leading 18th goal of the season across the goal line. BSU applied consistent offensive pressure in the third and with 1:23 left in regulation, BSU head coach Tom Serratore pulled Bakala in for an extra attacker, but the Beavers were unable to deposit the equalizer. “They got the best of us for two periods. We just had no legs,” Serratore commented after the game. “But in the third period I thought we played with a little urgency and made a game out of it. “I am glad we responded in the third period,” added the ninth-year head coach. “Hopefully that will carry over to next weekend in Huntsville.” BSU falls to 1-5-0 in the all-time series with Nebraska-Omaha with all six meetings taking place on the Mavericks home ice.

1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Walters 1D Areshenko 2D MacIntyre 3D Peluso bold= starting line

Read Lowe Billberg Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Adams Hardwick TOTAL

1-1=2 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 3-4=8 pts

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (Von Braun Center) -- Tied 2-2, the No. 8 Bemidji State men’s ice hockey team got a goal from senior captain Chris McKelvie (F, New Brighton, Minn.) late in the third period, to push the Beavers past University of Alabama-Huntsville, 3-2, in the College Hockey America series-opener at the Von Bran Center in Huntsville, Ala. With the victory, BSU improves to 23-8-2 overall and 14-3-0 in CHA play. The 2009-10 Beavers join elite company matching the 2004-05 team for a Bemidji State Division I-era record for wins in a season (23). With three of the Beavers’ five wins versus the Chargers this season coming by just one goal, tonight’s game again proved that the no game versus UAH ever comes easily, especially on their home ice. “Winning isn’t easy anywhere,” head coach Tom Serratore said after the game. “I don’t care where we are. [College hockey] is full of great competition and in hockey there is such a fine line between winning and losing.” The Beavers got the benefit of a “Von Braun Center goal” at 12:01 of the first to take a 1-0 lead. Tyler Lehrke (Sr., F, Park Rapids, Minn.) sent the puck into the zone. Cameron Talbot, the UAH goaltender, vacated the net to play the puck, but before he could, it jumped off the boards and out in front of the crease where Darcy Findlay (So., F. Bristol, Quebec) tapped his sixth goal of the season into the open net. It would take the Chargers just 2:01 to even the score. Cody Campbell redirected a Neil Ruffini shot from the point through traffic and past Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta) just 71 seconds into the Chargers’ first power-play opportunity of the evening. The Beavers would regain their one-goal lead with 21 seconds left in the first frame on Ian Lowe’s (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) 18th goal of the season on a give-and-go play with Ben Kinne (So., F, St. Paul, Minn.). Linemate Matt Read (Jr., F. Ilderton, Ontario) was also credited with an assist on the play to extend his team-leading scoring streak to five games. The second period was void of scoring but there was no lack of quality scoring opportunities. The Beavers held a 10-6 advantage in shots on goal despite spending five minutes a man short. Just 4:08 into the period, junior blueliner Dan MacIntyre (Fort Frances, Ontario) was sent to the showers after being whistled for a five-minute major and ten-minute misconduct for checking from behind. Rather than spending the penalty on their collective heels, the Beavers proved to the be the aggressors during the penalty and posted a pair of scoring chances that resulted from odd-man rushes. Bemidji State snuffed out the five-minute penalty and another minor infraction to escape the period clinging to a 2-1 lead. “Our last two five-minute majors have been textbook. I can’t say enough about how the guys have been killing. That was a second-period five-minute penalty too, where we have the long line changes so it was especially important that we made the right plays and we cleared the pucks.” Midway through the third period (9:30), the Chargers stuck back. UAH knotted the score at 2-2 on an even-strength lamplighter from Andrew Coburn. Nine seconds into 4-on-4 play, Lehrke took the outside ice and got the shot through traffic and forced Talbot to make the save. McKelvie was on the doorstep waiting for the rebound and quickly deposited the loose puck to seal the Beavers’ 11th consecutive win over Ala.-Huntsville.

Bemidji State Hockey game notes


Bemidji State Hockey (8) Bemidji State Ala.-Huntsville

2 2

Mar. 6, 2010 Huntsville, Ala. - Von Braun Center Attendance : 1,527

Scoring Summary

1

2

3 OT Final

Bemidji State (23-8-3; 14-3-1)

1

0

1

0

2

Ala.-Huntsville (10-17-3; 6-10-3)

0

2

0

0

2

First Period 8:57 BSU 1-0 6x6 Matt Read (19) (Adams, George) Second Period 2:58 UAH 1-1 6x6 Neil Ruffini (8) (Desmet, Barker) 15:41 UAH 1-2 6x6 Chris Fairbanks (6) (Jarvinen, Train) Third Period 10:59 BSU 2-2 6x5 PP GT Ian Lowe (19) (Read, Hunt) Overtime None

Shots on Goal BSU UAH

1

2

3

OT

12 7

7 16

8 2

5 2

Final 32 27

Penalties & Power Plays Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 2

8 4

0 0

1-for-2 0-for-4

.500 .000

BSU UAH

Goaltending BSU

1

2

Tot

Min

Bakala (19-6-3)

7

14

2

2

25

65:00

2

UAH

1

2

3 3

OT OT

Tot

Min

GA GA

Talbot (10-17-3)

11

7

7

5

30

65:00

2

Bemidji State Lines 1F George 2F Kinne 3F MacQueen 4F Walters 1D Areshenko 2D Carlson 3D Peluso bold= starting line

Read Lowe Billberg Cramer McKelvie Lehrke McLeod Findlay Hunt Adams Hardwick TOTAL

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

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (Von Braun Center) -- The result may not match the desires of the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team, but the Beavers got a third-period, power-play goal from Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) to knot the score at 2-2 and force overtime. Unable to score in the extra frame, BSU escaped the Von Braun Center with a tie versus University of Ala.-Huntsville to cap the 2009-10 College Hockey America regular season. Trailing, 2-1, with 10:19 to go in the game, Bemidji State got the break it needed in spite of its struggles. The Chargers’ Ruffini was called for a hooking penalty to set up the Beavers’ second power-play opportunity of the contest. Ian Lowe (Jr., F, Bradwardine, Manitoba) converted the chance into a game-tying goal with 9:01 remaining in regulation one-timing a heady pass from Brad Hunt (So., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia). Urgency then kicked in for Bemidji State and the Beavers applied tremendous pressure in the game’s final nine minutes and throughout overtime, but were unable to produce the game-winner settling for their first draw of the 18-game CHA season. With the tie, the Beavers close out the regular season with a 23-8-3 overall record and a 14-3-1 mark in conference play. BSU, the league’s regular-season champion and No. 1 seed, enters next weekend’s CHA Tournament riding a twogame unbeaten streak. Bemidji State, which dominated play early in the game, skated to the locker room after the first period of play, gripping a 1-0 lead. Junior forward Matt Read (Ilderton, Ontario) extended his scoring streak to a season-high six games 9:57 into the first. He skated the puck into the zone, threw a shot on net and bounced his team-leading 19th goal of the season off the arm of the UAH goaltender Cameron Talbot to give the Beavers the first lead of the game, 1-0. During the second period, the Chargers had their way with BSU. Ala.-Huntsville out shot the Beavers 17-6, potting a pair of goals to carry a 2-1 advantage into the final 20 minutes of regulation. Neil Ruffini tied the game, 1-1, in the final moments of a power-play chance, just 2:58 into the period, slipping a shot through traffic and between the legs of BSU’s netminder Dan Bakala (So., G, Calgary, Alberta). The Chargers got a tap in from Chris Fairbanks with 4:19 left to bookend the second period with goals and give the hosts a one-goal cushion with a period to play. The Beavers remained unable to generate any scoring through the first 10 minutes of the third stanza before Lowe and Hunt capitalized on the Charger penalty to push the score to a 2-2 deadlock and force overtime. Setting up the game-tying goal, Hunt’s assists total swells to 24, establishing a new BSU Division I-era record. He surpasses his own BSU standard for assists by a defenseman set last winter (23). The BSU penalty-kill continues to stand tall, holding UAH scoreless on four power-play opportunities, while BSU was 1-for-2 in its chances up a man. Moving to 19-6-3 on the season, Bakala stopped 25 UAH shots and allowed two goals in 65:00 between the pipes for BSU. In the other goal, Talbot turned away 30 shots in 65 minutes to garner the tie. The Beavers now hold a 35-27-4 lead in the all-time series including a 5-0-1 mark versus UAH in 2009-10. Since Mar. 3, 2006, BSU is an impressive 23-2-3 versus UAH and is unbeaten by the Chargers in 18 of the last 19 meetings with includes the last 12 consecutively (11-0-1).

Bemidji State Hockey game notes

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