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Bemidji State Hockey B Current Record

Overall 17-16-3 WCHA 11-14-3 Home 11-6-1 Away 6-10-2 Neutral 0-0-0

WCHA Final Five berth on the line for Bemidji State/North Dakota Beavers look to continue WCHA postseason success

Setting the Scene

nr USCHO.com nr USAToday/USA Hockey 31 PairWise Rankings

Dates: March 9-11, 2012 Location: Grand Forks, N.D. Time: 7:37/7:07/7:07 p.m. Venue: Ralph Engelstad Arena Size / Capacity: 200x85 / 6,251 North Dakota Local Radio: KKBJ FM Mix 103.7 Play-by-play: Brian Schultz 20-12-3; 16-11-1 WCHA Analyst: Brian Bissonette Internet Audio: beaverradionetwork.com IN the polls Local Television: UND Sports Network nr USCHO.com Fox College Sports nr USAToday/USA Hockey Live Stats: www.undsports.com nr PairWise Rankings Live Video: www.undsports.com

Top Players

Top Players

2011-12 Schedule Date Opponent TIME/Result

O2 Regina (Exh.) W, 7-0 O7 at (1) Miami (Ohio) W, 5-3 O8 at (1) Miami (Ohio) L, 3-2 O14 at • (8) Colorado College L, 3-1 O15 at • (8) Colorado College L, 6-4 O21 © • Michigan Tech W, 6-5 O22 © • Michigan Tech W, 3-1 O28 at • (15) Minnesota Duluth L, 6-2 O29 at • (15) Minnesota Duluth L, 1-0 N4 at (13) Lake Superior State W, 3-2 (ot) N5 at (13) Lake Superior State L, 2-1 N11 © • Nebraska-Omaha T, 3-3 (ot) N12 © • Nebraska-Omaha L, 5-1 N19 © • North Dakota L, 5-2 N20 © • North Dakota W, 1-0 D2 at • St. Cloud State T, 6-6 (ot) D3 at • St. Cloud State W, 3-1 D9 © • (13) Denver L, 3-2 D10 © • (13) Denver W, 2-1 D16 © Alabama-Huntsville W, 3-0 D17 © Alabama-Huntsville W, 5-0 D30 © Bowling Green W, 4-1 D31 © Bowling Green W, 2-1 J13 R at • (RV) Denver L, 6-3 J14 at • (RV) Denver L, 3-2 J27 © • Minnesota State W, 2-1 J28 © • Minnesota State L, 5-2 F3 at • Nebraska-Omaha T, 1-1 (ot) F4 at • Nebraska-Omaha W, 6-4 F10 © • (10) Colorado College W, 4-2 F11 © • (10) Colorado College W, 4-1 F17 F+ at • (7) Minnesota L, 3-0 F18 F at • (7) Minnesota L, 4-1 F24 © • Wisconsin L, 4-2 F25 © • Wisconsin L, 4-2 M2 at • Alaska-Anchorage W, 2-1 M3 at • Alaska-Anchorage W, 5-4 M9 2 (12) 4/North Dakota 7:37 p.m. M10 2 (12) 4/North Dakota 7:07 p.m. M11 2 (12) 4/North Dakota 7:07 p.m. M1517 3 WCHA Final Five TBA All Times Central Subject to change without notice

Bemidji State

Beavers

17-16-3; 11-14-3 WCHA

IN the polls

Goals: Jordan George 18 Assists: Brad Hunt 19 Points: Jordan George 18-12=30 Goals Against Avg: Andrew Walsh 2.37

Fighting Sioux

Goals: Brock Nelson 23 Assists: Danny Kristo 23 Points: Danny Kristo 17-23=40 Goals Against Avg: Brad Eidsness 2.09

Player to Watch Junior forward Jordan George enters the playoff series as BSU’s leader in goals (18) and points scored (18-12=30). With 100 (48g52a) career points, he became 59th Beaver to eclipse the 100-point mark Mar. 3. In six career games versus North Dakota, George leads all BSU players with four goals, which includes the game-winner Nov. 20.

The match up

The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team jumps into postseason play this weekend as the No. 9 seed Beavers travel to fourth-seeded University of North Dakota for a best-of-three Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff opening-round match up. The Beavers, 17-16-3 overall and 11-14-3 in WCHA play, finished the 2011-12 regular season with a series sweep at University of Alaska-Anchorage. The Beavers used a two-goal night from Jordan George to take the opener and snap a season-long four-game losing skid 2-1 before battling back from a 3-1 deficit complete the sweep with a 5-4 victory. Offensively, Jordan George leads the team with 30 points (18g-12a) and has been the team’s top goal scorer potting a career-high 18. However, over the course of the Beavers’ last 10 games, no player has contributed more than senior Shea Walters. The Hibbing, Minn. native has scored in seven of 10 games, which includes a new career-best two goals in the series finale last weekend. He has four goals and six assists since Feb. 3. Dan Bakala has started 15 of the Beavers’ last 20 games in net, including the last 10 straight. The senior owns a 11-11-2 record with a 2.56 goals against average and ranks fourth in the WCHA with a .915 save percentage in league play this season. North Dakota carries an overall record of 20-12-3, is 16-11-1 in WCHA play and is unbeaten in nine of its last 11 games (8-2-1). UND is coming out of a 4-2, 3-0 sweep of Minnesota State University at ‘The Ralph.’ Junior forward Danny Kristo leads the team with 40 points (17g-23a), while sophomore Brock Nelson has a team-best 23 goals scored, including a league-best 20 in WCHA play. Also a vital cog on the power-play, Nelson has netted nine of UND’s 34 goals on the man advantage this season. Brad Eidsness has been UND’s go-to goalie as of late. He’s played in seven of the last nine games (4-1-1). He is 7-2-1 on the season and currently sits second in the league with a 2.19 goals against average and .919 save percentage. Aaron Dell is 13-9-2 with a 2.87 GAA and .893 save percentage in 27 appearances.

Schedule Key • WCHA regular-season game 2 WCHA First Round; Campus Sites 3 WCHA Final Five; St. Paul, Minn. (x) opponent national ranking (USA Today poll) x/ opponent tournament seed

The rivalry

Television Key © Lakeland Public Television (state-wide) F Fox Sports North F+ Fox Sports North Plus (Alternate Channel) R RootSports (local market)

The unparalleled tradition

This weekend’s series between the Beavers and North Dakota marks the first time the teams have met in postseason play and is a continuation of a rivalry that extends back to the 1969-70 season. Since the first meeting between the teams Feb. 6, 1970, UND has built a 22-2-1 advantage, including a 13-1-1 mark when hosting BSU. The Beavers enter the playoff series after a split with UND Nov. 19-20--its first victory over North Dakota since Jan. 7, 1970 (7-5). The 2011-12 season represents the 13th at the NCAA Division I level, and the 56th year of intercollegiate competition, for a BSU program which has assembled one of the finest traditions in all of American collegiate sport. u BSU owns 13 NAIA, NCAA Division II and NCAA Division III national titles. u The Beavers have captured 21 conference titles in 55 seasons of intercollegiate competition. u In 2009, BSU became the first No. 16 seed to ever earn a spot in the Frozen Four. In just its 10th year at the NCAA Division I level, only one team, the 1958 Denver Pioneers, found its way to college hockey’s grandest stage faster. u BSU has developed seven NHL players, six Olympians and 82 All-America honorees. u BSU has compiled an all-time record of 998-502-94 (.657) in 1,594 games.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 game Notes


Bemidji B

General Notes

Standings & Rankings

The coaches

2011-12 WCHA Standings Overall W Minnesota

WCHA

L T W

24 12 1 20

L

T Pts

8

0

40

8 6 16

7

5

37

Denver

21 11 4 16

8

4

36

North Dakota

20 12 3 16 11

1

33

Colorado College 18 14 2 15 12

1

31

Minnesota Duluth 22

St. Cloud State 15 16 5 12 12

4

28

Nebraska-Omaha

14 16 6 11 12

5

27

Michigan Tech

14 18 4 11 13

4

26

uBemidji State 17 16 3 11 14

3

25

Wisconsin

2

24

16 16 2 11 15

Minnesota State 12 22 2

8 18

2

18

Alaska Anchorage

5 22

1

11

9 23 2

Through March 4, 2012

National Polls USA Today/ USAHM

USCHO.com

PairWise

Alaska Anchorage

State Hockey

nr

nr

-

uBemidji State

nr

nr

t27

Colorado College

RV

18

19

Denver

9

9

11

Michigan Tech

nr

nr

-

Minnesota

4

5

t6 t2

Minnesota Duluth

3

3

Minnesota State

nr

nr

-

Nebraska-Omaha

nr

RV

-

North Dakota

12

12

13

St. Cloud State

nr

RV

25

Wisconsin

nr

nr

t23

uBemidji State’s Tom Serratore (Bemidji State ‘86) is in his 11th season and has an overall record of 193-162-41 (.545) as BSU’s head coach. In addition to directing the Beavers to seasons of at least .500 hockey in seven of the last eight seasons, Serratore’s teams won CHA regular-season championships five times since 2003-04 and made trips to the NCAA Tournament in 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2010, with a 2009 appearance in the Frozen Four. He is a five-time CHA Coach of the Year recipient and was Spencer Penrose National Coach of the Year Runner-up in 2009. uIn his eighth season as head coach at North Dakota, Dave Hakstol has led the UND to an overall record of 207-104-30 (.651) and seven consecutive trips to the NCAA Tournament, which includes four Frozen Four appearances. Hakstol, a player for UND from 1989-92, was an assistant at North Dakota for four years prior to taking the reigns of the program. In 12 years since arriving at UND, Hakstol has helped the Sioux to 10 NCAA Tournament berths and four WCHA titles.

Last time out for the Beavers

The Beavers traveled to Alaska Anchorage last weekend to cap the 2011-12 regular season with their first games ever in Alaska. Jordan George scored twice in the opening 13:57 of play Friday giving BSU all the offense it would need as the Beavers’ team defense clamped down on UAA allowing only 15 shots on net in a 2-1 victory. Saturday, BSU found itself down 3-1 just 37 seconds into the second period, but used two-goals from Shea Walters and Brance Orban to gain the 5-4 win. Orban led all BSU players offensively with four points (2g-2a), while freshman Matt Prapavessis logged a goal and an assist from the blueline and posted a team-high eight blocked shots in the series.

Last time versus North Dakota

The Beavers last met UND Nov. 19-20 at Sanford Center. BSU scored first in the series opener and found itself tied with UND (2-2) 1:12 into the third period, but a Mario Lamoureux power-play goal at the 15:22 mark tilted the game in favor of UND and the team would add two goals to finish 5-2. BSU then rode a Dan Bakala 26-save performance to a 1-0 victory in the finale. Jordan George supplied the BSU offense netting a powerplay goal at the 9:08 mark.

Beavers picked to finish tenth

Western Collegiate Hockey Association coaches picked Bemidji State to finish 10th in the 41st Annual Grand Forks Herald Preseason Coaches’ Poll. A tenth-place finish is just where the Beavers end the 2010-11 season with a 8-15-5 mark in league play. The Beavers garnered 30 points in the poll to sit six points behind University of Alaska-Anchorage. Denver University was forecast as the favorite to win the 2011-12 regular-season and the MacNaughton Cup. The Pioneers garnered seven of 12 firstplace votes and 115 points to edge University of North Dakota (110).

Oh captain, My captain

Polls through March 5, 2012

Junior forward Ben Kinne (St. Paul, Minn.) has captained the Beavers during the 2011-12 campaign. Senior defenseman Brad Hunt (Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) and junior blueliner Jake Areshenko (Port Coquitlam, British Columbia) have the “A” on their jerseys designating them as alternate captains.

BSU vs WCHA

Playing close to home

Team Series WCHAa WCHAb Alaska Anchorage 3-1-0 3-1-0 Colorado College 4-5-1 3-2-1 Denver 1-11-0 1-5-0 0-1-0 Michigan Tech 5-2-1 3-0-1 Minnesota 1-10-1 0-3-1 Minnesota Duluth 10-21-1 0-3-1 1-0-0 Minnesota State 46-37-13 2-2-0 Nebraska-Omaha 7-6-3 4-1-3 2-0-0 North Dakota 1-21-1 0-4-0 St. Cloud State 45-39-4 2-3-1 Wisconsin 0-5-0 0-5-0 TOTAL 116-151-24 18-28-8 .440 .407 WCHAa - regular season only WCHAb - conference playoffs

Seven of the 28 players on the Beavers’ 2011-12 roster hail form the state of Minnesota. Drew Fisher calls International Falls his hometown, Shea Walters is from Hibbing, Sam Rendle is from Grand Rapids and Ben Kinne, from St. Paul, Danny Mattson, from Minneapolis, Matt Hartmann, who calls Hugo home, and Sam Windle, from Maple Grove, are from the Twin Cities-metro area.

Familiar look

Tom Serratore returns 20 letter winners from a year ago including Jordan George and Brad Hunt. George posted a career-high 17-19=36 points in 2010-11 to lead the team, while Hunt registered 3-18=21 to finish fourth on the team. BSU returns 59 percent of scoring for a year ago, which includes 62 percent of its assist scoring (90-of-145), 49 percent of its goal scoring (43-of-89).

USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine • Week 22: March 5, 2012 RK Team

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Boston College Ferris State uMinnesota Duluth uMinnesota Michigan Boston University Union UMass Lowell uDenver Maine Miami uNorth Dakota Cornell Merrimack Michigan State

Pts LW

rec

510 (34) 1 25-10-1 443 3 22- 9-5 408 2 22- 8-6 381 5 24-12-1 374 6 21-11-4 343 4 21-12-1 323 7 20- 7-7 322 8 22-10-1 234 10 21-11-4 177 11 20-11-3 167 9 21-13-2 124 15 20-12-3 108 13 15- 7-7 75 12 17-10-7 67 14 19-13-4

Others receiving votes: Western Michigan 9, uColorado College 5, Notre Dame 5, Northern Michigan 3, Air Force 2. LW= last week u2011-12 opponents

U.S. College Hockey Online • Week 22: March 5, 2012 RK Team

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Boston College (50) Ferris State uMinnesota Duluth Michigan uMinnesota Boston University UMass-Lowell Union uDenver Maine uMiami uNorth Dakota Cornell Merrimack Michigan State Western Michigan Notre Dame uColorado College Air Force uLake Superior

Rec

25-10-1 22- 9-5 22- 8-6 21-11-4 24-12-1 21-12-1 22-10-1 20- 7-7 21-11-4 20-11-3 21-13-2 20-12-3 15- 7-7 17-10-7 19-13-4 17-13-6 19-16-3 18-14-2 17- 9-7 18-15-5

Pts LW

1000 1 904 3 846 2 821 6 792 4 776 4 703 8 697 7 591 9 526 10 508 11 419 14 409 13 366 12 347 15 249 16 171 18 155 19 71 20 39 NR

Others receiving votes: Northern Michigan 37, Harvard 26, Quinnipiac 26, Colgate 11, Ohio State 6, uSt. Cloud State 2, uNebraska-Omaha 1, Robert Morris 1. LW= last week u2011-12 opponents

Road Tested

Bemidji State is back on the road this weekend to begin 2012 postseason play at Grand Forks, N.D. The road has not been kind to the Beavers this season. In 18 road games, BSU is a meager 6-10-2, which includes a 4-8-2 mark on the road in WCHA play and a sweep at UAA last weekend. Conversely, Bemidji State is 11-6-1 in Bemidji this season, which includes a 7-6-1 in WCHA play. The biggest difference in BSU’s play on the road has come in its defense. In 16 home games, BSU has allowed an average of 2.33 goals per game, while on the road it’s allowed an average of 3.27 goals per contest.

Three is the magic number

In 2010-11, the three-goal mark was a threshold for Bemidji State. The Beavers were 0-15-2 when allowing more than two goals and were 13-3-2 when scoring at least three. That trend has continued into 2011-12. This season, BSU is 13-2-2 when scoring in excess of three goals, and is 4-14-1 when scoring fewer than three. When its opponent scores three or more goals, BSU is 4-12-2 this season.

Quick to strike

BSU is 10-7-2 when scoring first in 2011-12. Even more, the Beavers have found the back of the net on their first shot on goal five times this season, including March 2 at UAA, and have scored on one of its first three shots on goal nine times.

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National Polls

Poll Superlatives

USCHO Weeks in Poll (2011-12) 3 Weeks in Poll (all time) 118 Weeks Ranked (2011-12) 0 Weeks Ranked (all-time) 34 Highest Ranking 4 (12/7/09) Most Points 843 (12/7/09) USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine Weeks in Poll (2011-12) 1 Weeks in Poll (all time) 53 Weeks Ranked (2011-12) 0 Weeks Ranked (all-time) 28 Highest Ranking 4 (11/30/09 & 12/7/09) Most Points 398 (12/7/09)

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y 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 14 other programs. BSUBeavers.com contains schedules, rosters, updated statistics and some historical information from previous seasons. Printquality photos of BSU players and coaches are also available for download. Official BSU athletics web site: • www.bsubeavers.com 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.wcha.com • http://www.uscho.com • http://www.collegehockeystats.net

Weekly Game Notes

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.

Game-Day Services

Gameday packages containing programs, game notes and other information will be available in the BREC 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, wireless Internet and fax services are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Credentials / Pass List

Season credentials will be issued to all media covering the Beavers on a regular basis. For single-game passes and credentials, contact the BSU Athletic Media Relations Office no later than Wednesday before the scheduled event. Credential requests must be submitted via email. 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 must be arranged through the BSU Athletic Media Relations Office. Tom Serratore is availabel each Tuesday from 3:30-4:00 p.m. 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.

General Notes

Div. I-Era Records

The search for 1,000

In 56 years of hockey, the Bemidji State men’s hockey programhas acumulated 998 wins. With an all-time record of 998-502-94 (.657) in 1,594 games, two wins this season would not only puch the Beavers’ ticket to the Red Baron/ WCHA Final Five, it would also make the Beavers the 18th program in college hocley history to log 1,000 wins.

BSU 18th in all-time wins 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 998 victories currently rank 18th all-time among current members of Division I. Cornell is next ahead of BSU, in 17th alltime with 1,018 victories. Seventeen Division I programs have posted 1,000 wins, including 2011-12 BSU foe Minnesota which leads Division I with 1,655 all-time victories, and is the only program in the nation with 1,600 or more all-time wins, while Michigan is second with 1,552 victories.

Freaky Friday

BSU was a meager 4-10-4 in the first game of the weekend series in 2010-11, while the team experienced much greater success, a 10-7-1 record, in the final game of a series. Strangely, this season BSU has been very consistent whether its the first or second game sitting at nearly .500 head night. The Beavers are 8-7-3 on Friday and 9-9-0 on Saturday.

NCAA All-time Victories wMinnesota Michigan Boston College Boston University wNorth Dakota Clarkson wDenver Harvard Michigan State Yale New Hampshire wMichigan Tech wColorado College Army wWisconsin Dartmouth Cornell uBemidji State Rensselaer

1,655 1,552 1,460 1,422 1,351 1,328 1,325 1,240 1,224 1,160 1,152 1,121 1,110 1,086 1,085 1,040 1,018 998 966

through 3/5/2012 based on available info

All four of BSU’s overtime contests this season have come in the first game of a series. The Beavers are unbeaten in overtime this season at 1-0-3.

Climbing BSU’s Division I assists li st BSU All-Time Assist List Defensemen Brad Hunt Terry Mattson Chris Morque Paul Ferry Jude Boulianne Jr.

86 (2008-p) 81 (1986-89) 79 (1990-94) 79 (1989-93) 74 (1991-95)

Offensive defenseman

Junior defenseman Brad Hunt has been a big factor for BSU on both ends of the ice since becoming a Beaver in 2008-09. In addition to his duties in BSU’s defensive zone, he has been a true offensive threat--especially on the power play. As a freshman, he was third on the team scoring 9-23=32 points with a team-leading 7-16=23 coming on the man advantage. As a sophomore he had seven goals and a team-leading 26 assists to pace all BSU defenders, while ranking sixth among the nation’s top blueliners (0.89 ppg). His 17 points (5-12=17) on the power play again paced the team. Last season, he had two goals and 18 helpers. Twelve points (2-10=12) came on the man advantage to place him fourth on the team in power-play scoring. This season he enters the 22th week of play third on the team (5-19=24) in scoring and has 10 power-play points (2-8=10).

The Hunt for power-play goals

In his fourth season, defenseman Brad Hunt has piled up 16 power-play goals, including seven in 2008-09, which matched a BSU Division I-era single-season record for power-play goals by a defender. With his second power-play goal of the season Feb. 18, Hunt surpassed Clay Simmons (1999-02) for BSU’s Division I-era mark for power-play goals by a defenseman.

Don’t call it a shutout

BSU’s Jan. 17 shut out at Minnesota marked just the second time this season the Beavers have been held without a goal, snapping a string of 22 games with a tally dating back to an Oct. 29 1-0 loss at Minnesota Duluth.

Man advantage

Bemidji State finished its final series of the regular season going 2-for-6 (.333) on the man advantage, which included a 2-for-3 (.667) night Saturday. BSU is now 24-for-113 (.212) on the man advantage this season and 20-for-91 (.220) in the WCHA to rank fourth in league play.

It’s a fine line...

The Beavers have been involved in 15 games that have been decided by one goal or less this season. BSU is 7-5-3 in those games.

Penalty killers...

The Beavers were not whistled for a single penalty March 2 at UAA, marking the first time

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 game Notes

All-Time Division I Era Air Force 25-8-2 23-6-2 American Int’l 0-0-0 0-0-0 Army 4-0-0 2-0-0 Bentley 3-0-0 2-0-0 Canisius 0-0-0 0-0-0 Connecticut 3-1-0 3-1-0 Holy Cross 0-0-0 0-0-0 Mercyhurst 4-0-0 0-0-0 Niagara 22-22-8 22-22-8 R.I.T. 1-2-0 0-0-0 Robert Morris 18-10-3 18-10-3 Sacred Heart 0-0-2 0-0-2

TOTAL

80-43-15

70-39-15

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 4-5-0 3-4-0 Lake Superior St. 17-22-2 2-3-1 Miami (Ohio) 2-4-0 2-4-0 Michigan 0-1-0 0-1-0 Michigan State 0-0-0 0-0-0 Neb.-Omaha 1-5-0 1-5-0 Northern Michigan 2-1-1 2-1-1 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

Friday is a perfect time for OT

Brad Hunt has accumulated 86 assists during his first 148 games, or just under four complete seasons as a Beaver, to surpass BSU great Matt Read (2007-11) to sit atop the BSU Division I assists list and atop BSU’s all-time assist-scoring by defensemen list. Hunt surpassed Terry Mattson (1986-89), father of current Beaver freshman Danny Mattson, Feb. 3-4 with two helpers versus Nebraska-Omaha.

Atlantic Hockey

33-41-4

14-21-3

ECAC Hockey League 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 1-2-3 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0

TOTAL

5-7-5

5-6-5

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 3-1-0 3-1-0 Colorado College 4-5-1 4-5-1 Denver 1-11-0 1-10-0 Michigan Tech 5-2-1 5-2-1 Minnesota 1-10-1 1-10-1 Minnesota Duluth 10-21-1 10-16-1 Minnesota State 46-37-13 7-17-2 North Dakota 2-22-1 1-19-1 Nebraska Omaha 7-6-3 7-6-3 St. Cloud State 45-39-4 3-14-1 Wisconsin 0-5-0 0-5-0

TOTAL

111-153-24

39-100-10

Independants

All-Time Division I Era Ala.-Huntsville 39-29-4 36-24-4

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Bemidji B

General notes

Div. I-Era Records Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 t8 t8 10 11 12 13 14 15

65-78=144 Matt Read 52-69=121 Luke Erickson 46-69=115 Andrew Murray 48-63=111 Tyler Scofield 24-86=110 uBrad Hunt 55-47=102 Brendan Cook 48-53=101 Rob Sirianni 47-53=100 Marty Goulet 48-52=100 uJordan George 28-62=90 Ryan Huddy 35-53=88 Riley Riddell 34-51=85 Jeff McGill 37-42=79 Ian Lowe 33-38=71 Matt Pope 30-37=67 Ryan Miller

Goals 1 2 3 t4 t4 t4 7 8 9 10 11 t12 t12 t12 15 t16 t16 t16 19 20

65 55 52 48 48 48 47 46 37 35 34 33 33 33 30 28 28 28 25 24

Matt Read Brendan Cook Luke Erickson Rob Sirianni Tyler Scofield uJordan George Marty Goulet Andrew Murray Ian Lowe Riley Riddell Jeff McGill Jean-Guy Gervais Blaine Jarvis Matt Pope Ryan Miller Ryan Huddy Travis Winter uBen Kinne Clay Simmons uBrad Hunt

Game-Winning Goals

2007-11 2003-07 2001-05 2005-09 2009-p 2001-05 2003-07 1999-03 2009-p 2002-06 2001-04 1999-03 2007-11 2004-08 2003-07 2007-11 2001-05 2003-07 2003-07 2005-09 2009-p 1999-03 2001-05 2007-11 2001-04 1999-03 2002-06 2004-08 2004-08 2003-07 2002-06 2005-09 2008-p 1999-02 2008-p

1 13 Brendan Cook 2 10 Matt Read t3 8 Tyler Scofield t3 8 uJordan George t5 7 Jean-Guy Gervais t5 7 Matt Pope t7 6 Andrew Murray t7 6 Luke Erickson t7 6 Blaine Jarvis t7 6 Matt Francis t7 6 uJamie MacQueen t12 5 Marty Goulet t12 5 Ryan Huddy t12 5 Rob Sirianni t12 5 Ryan Cramer t12 5 Ian Lowe

2001-05 2007-11 2005-09 2009-p 2002-06 2004-08 2001-05 2003-07 2004-08 2006-09 2008-p 1999-03 2002-06 2003-07 2007-11 2007-11

1 2 3 4 t5 t5 t7 t7 t7 10 t11 1t1

Luke Erickson Brendan Cook Marty Goulet Rob Sirianni Andrew Murray Tyler Scofield Travis Winter Matt Read uBrad Hunt Ian Lowe Clay Simmons uJordan George

2003-07 2001-05 1999-03 2003-07 2001-05 2005-09 2005-09 2007-11 2008-p 2007-11 1999-02 2009-p

uBrad Hunt Matt Read Andrew Murray Luke Erickson Tyler Scofield Ryan Huddy Marty Goulet Riley Riddell Rob Sirianni uJordan Geoge Jeff McGill uShea Walters Brendan Cook Peter Jonsson Cody Bostock Bryce Methven Matt Pope

2008-p 2007-11 2001-05 2003-07 2005-09 2002-06 1999-03 2001-03 2003-07 2009-p 1999-03 2008-p 2001-05 2001-05 2005-09 2000-04 2004-08

Power-Play Goals 23 22 20 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 14 14

Assists 1 2 t3 t3 5 6 t7 t7 t7 10 11 12 13 14 t15 t15 t17

4

86 78 69 69 63 62 53 53 53 52 51 49 47 45 39 39 38

State Hockey Div. I-Era Records

this season the penalty-kill unit was untested and the first time in the Beavers Division I era (1999-2000). The BSU penalty-kill finished the weekend a perfect 3-for-3 and is now 119141 (.844) on the season to sit 10th in the country, which includes killing 92-109 (.844) in WCHA play to lead the league.

Beaver scoring by class This season’s juniors currently lead BSU’s scoring race with 53-69=122 points after 16-23=39 points over the course of the last five weeks. Next is the senior class with 2339=62 points, followed by the sophomores (10-19=29). BSU’s freshman class has seven goals and 20 assists to its credit this season.

BSU scoring by class Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

-through March 5, 2012

23g 39a 62 pts 53g 69a 122 pts 10g 19a 29 pts 7g 20a 27 pts

Walters-powered Power play

Shea Walters currently leads BSU in power-play in point production netting 13 points (6g-7a), with 12 of those points (5g-7a) coming in league play. The senior logged a power-play tally at Alaska-Anchorage March 3.

Power-play Goose eggs

It’s not all that uncommon for a team to be held without a power-play goal in any individual game, but Friday night BSU didn’t get a single power-play opportunity (0-for-0). Since Bemidji State made the jump to the NCAA Division I level for the 1999-2000 season, that has only happened four times in 459 games and two have come in the Beavers’ last 12 games. BSU was also 0-for-0 Dec. 17 versus Bowling Green.

Then there were seven

Matt Read, a 2011 graduate of Bemidji State and the Beavers’ Division I-era scoring leader, made the Philadelphia Flyers’ 2011-12 opening-day roster and scored his first NHL goal in the Flyer’s second game of the season. Read’s trip to the NHL makes seven products of the Beaver Hockey program to skate in the NHL ranks. He joins former BSU goaltender Matt Clime (20052009) and his teammate Andrew Murray (2001-05) as the only other former Beavers currently in the NHL.

Its share of OT

Extending their March 17 WCHA Final Five quarterfinal game versus Minnesota Duluth to overtime, the Beavers completed the 201011 season playing in 12 overtime games, marking its most since playing in a schoolrecord 15 in 2002-03. In the 11 years since the Beavers moved to Division I, they have escaped overtime with at least a tie in 76 percent (68) of the 89 games that have needed extra time to decide the outcome. Since March 11, 2006, BSU is 12-6-21 in games extended to sudden death, including a 1-0-3 record in extra time in 2011-12.

Shoot the puck

Division I-Era Overtime Record

Year GP Record 1999-2000 5 2-2-1 2000-01 6 0-2-4 2001-02 5 0-0-5 2002-03 15 4-3-8 2003-04 5 0-2-3 2004-05 8 4-3-1 2005-06 7 1-3-3 2006-07 6 1-0-5 2007-08 4 1-0-3 2008-09 4 2-1-1 2009-10 8 3-1-4 2010-11 12 3-4-5 u2011-12 4 1-0-3 Total 89 22-21-46

BSU out shot UAA last weekend 55-37 marking just the second time this season the Beavers have out shot their opponents in a series. With that said, BSU has been out shot in 25 of its 36 games this season. BSU now trails their opponents 1,075-883 (-6.2 spg), which includes a 877695 (-7.7 spg) differential in 28 WCHA games. BSU is now 8-13-3 when being out shot, 8-3-0 when out shooting its opponent and 1-0-0 when shots are even.

Big shots

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

99 91 87 77 75 73 67 63 61 60

Directions to the scoring column

With nine new faces in the BSU line up, the 2011-12 season brings with it many collegiate firsts--games, goals, assists. Freshman Matt Prapavessis, who leads all BSU rookies in scoring (1-12=13) was the latest to record a collegiate first. He netted his first goal as a Beaver March 3 at UAA. Sean Rudy remains as the only rookie skater on this year’s roster that has yet to log a point, while sophomore Garrett Ladd and junior Matt Hartmann (00=0) remain the only BSU veterans without a point to their name.

Assistance from the crease

March 3 BSU’s defense produced a goal and two assists including a helper from goaltender Dan Bakala. The assist was the fourth of his career and first to come from between the pipes for the Beavers since Bakala contributed to a goal Jan. 7, 2011. With four in his career, he is just one behind Jim Scanlan (1978-82) who holds BSU’s all-time record.

1-0 wins...

BSU’s victory versus UND Nov. 20 seventh 1-0 victory in the history of the program. Since making the jump to NCAA Division I for the 1999-2000 campaign, BSU is 3-57-7 when scoring only one goal. Brad Hunt is BSU’s current Ironman. Since stepping on campus in the fall of 2008, he has

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

Penalty Minutes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 t9 t9

220 209 185 184 162 153 150 142 137 137

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

Goaltending Victories 1 2 3 4 5 6 t7 t7 t8 t8

45 44 39 29 20 7 6 6 5 5

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

Goaltending Losses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 t9 t9

51 32 30 21 15 14 12 9 8 8

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

Goaltending Ties 1 2 3 t4 t4 6 t7 t7 t7 t7

12 11 9 4 4 2 1 1 1 1

Saves

BSU has logged more than 30 shots on goal this season just four times. Ironically, BSU has dropped three of those games with its only win coming Feb. 11 when it registered 30 shots on goal on a 4-1 victory over Colorado College.

I am Iron Man

Penalties

1 2,717 2 2,332 3 2,201 4 1,289 5 864 6 780 7 473 8 465 9 376 10 348

2004-08 2009-p 2000-04 2003-07 2007-09 1999-01 2004-09 2011-p 2000-04 2009-p 2000-04 2009-p 2004-08 2003-07 1999-00 2007-09 2004-09 1999 2000-04 2009-p 2000-04 2004-08 2008-p 2000-04 2003-P 2009-p 1999 2002 2007-09 2011-p

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

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

1 2.29 Matt Dalton t2 2.45 uDan Bakala t2 2.45 Matt Climie 4 2.88 Layne Sedevie 5 3.07 Grady Hunt min. 1,500 minutes played

Shutouts 12 7 5 3 3 2

2002-06 2004-08 2005-09 1999-03 2000-04 2001-05 2004-08 2007-11 2000-04 1999-02

Grady Hunt Matt Climie uDan Bakala Dannie Morgan Layne Sedevie uMathieu Dugas Adam Pavlatos Kelly Shields Matt Dalton uAndrew Walsh

Goals-Against Average

1 2 3 t4 t4 t5

2002-06 2004-08 2005-09 1999-03 2004-08 2000-04 2001-05 2007-11 2000-04 2001-05

Matt Climie uDan Bakala Grady Hunt Dannie Morgan Matt Dalton uAndrew Walsh

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

2004-08 2008-p 2000-04 2000-04 2007-09 2011-pt5

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y The Last Time...

General Notes

10 Goals Scored, Team BSU: St. Scholastica (12) Opp: Minn.-Duluth (12)

dressed and played in each of the Beavers’ 148 games consecutively. March 3 he surpassed Matt Read’s (2007-2011) program mark for game played in a single season. Read set the mark a year ago, playing in 147 games for BSU, which included 143 straight to begin his career.

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) Feb. 12, 2010 Opp: at Nebraska-Omaha (40) Feb. 4, 2012 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 Nov. 21, 2009 Opp: Rylan Schwartz (3) at CC Oct. 15, 2011 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 at Minnesota State Feb. 5, 2011 Opp: Joey LaLeggia at Denver Jan. 14, 2012 Four Assists, Individual BSU: Tyler Scofield vs. NU Dec. 3, 2005 Opp: Rastislav Spirko at UND Dec. 17, 2005 Five Points, Individual BSU: Travis Winter (2-3=5) vs. WSU Jan. 6, 2007 Opp: Drew Shore (2-3=5) at DU Jan. 13, 2012 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: David Boehm, MSU Jan. 28, 2012 Opp: Tim Hall, CC Feb. 10, 2012 Unassited Goal Scored, Individual BSU: Aarom McLeod, CC Feb. 10, 2012 Opp: Ted Pletsch, Bowling Green Dec. 30, 2011 Overtime Goal Scored, Individual BSU: Jordan George at LSSU Nov. 4, 2011 Opp: Nick Bjugstad, Minnesota Mar. 4, 2011 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 Opp: 2nd Period (5) at Denver Jan. 13, 2012 Penalty Shot Goal, Individual BSU: Tyler Scofield vs. UAH Feb. 17, 2007 BSU Posted Shutout at Home Ala.-Huntsville (5-0) Dec. 17, 2011 BSU Posted Shutout on the Road at Michigan Tech (1-0) Feb. 12, 2011 BSU Shut Out at Home Northern Michigan (0-4)

Nov. 26, 2010

BSU Shut Out on the Road at Minnesota (0-3)

Feb. 24, 2012

BSU Tied a WCHA Game Nebraska-Omaha (1-1 OT)

Feb. 3, 2012

BSU Tied a Non-League Game Western Michigan (0-0 OT) Jan. 2, 2010 BSU Tied 0-0 OT at Western Michigan (0-0 OT)

Jan. 2, 2010

The Hunt atop BSU’s D Scoring list

Alternate Captain Brad Hunt scored the game-winning goal in a 3-1 victory at St. Cloud State Dec. 3 eclipsing the 100-point plateau. During his three seasons in the green and white, he has accumulated 24-86=110 points leapfrogging BSU great Chris Morque (1990-94) to sit atop the Beavers’ all-time defensive scoring list.

Blueline’s offensive push

The Beavers got three assists from its defensive corps March 2-3 at Alaska-Anchorage. Beaver defensemen have now scored in 29 of BSU’s 36 games this season and have accounted 16 goals and 43 assists (16-43=59) accounting for 24 percent of BSU’s total scoring with an average of 1.64 points per game in 2011-12.

Hints at the outcome

The Beavers are 18-5-3 since 2008-09 when captain Ben Kinne scores a goal. This season Kinne has 10 goals and BSU is 6-3-1 in those contests. Alternate captain Jake Areshenko scores less frequently, but has the same effect on the game’s outcome. BSU is 9-3-3 when he logs a point and 3-1-0 when he scores a goal.

Career Year for Walters

This season have been an offensive breakout year for senior Shea Walters. He has already established a career-high for points and goals scored this season with 1213=25. In fact, his 12 goals this season far surpass anything he’s done. He came into the season with eight goals scored in three seasons. In addition, he has also matched his career-high assist total of 2010-11 (13).

Bakala’s Savings plan

With 2,332 career saves, senior goaltender Dan Bakala has surpassed Matt Clime (2,201) Feb. 17 to take over second place on BSU’s Division I-era saves list. Grady Hunt (2000-04) holds down the top spot with 2,717 stops. He ranks fourth at all-time at BSU.

He’s a winner

With two wins in Alaska, Dan Bakala is inching closer to the Beavers Division I-era mark for wins by a goaltender. With 44 career victories, he needs just one win in the remainder of the season to equal Matt Climie’s (2000-04) mark of 45.

They make shooting tough

BSU allowed just 15 shots on goal Friday night marking the first time the Beavers have held an opponent under 16 shots on goal since BSU allowed Wayne State just 11 shots March 15, 2008 and was just the 12th time since the Beavers moved to the NCAA Division I level for the 1999-2000 campaign.

Power-play shortage

Of the 58 Division I men’s hockey teams, only Dartmouth (104) and Cornell (108), both of which have played six fewer games than BSU, have fewer power-play opportunities than the Beavers’ 113 chances this winter. In WCHA play, BSU has just 91 PP opportunities trailing its nearest opponent, St. Cloud State (98) and by seven. Minnesota State leads the league with 134 man advantage opportunities.

Dropping third period leads

Last season, Bemidji State had its streak of 47 consecutive games entering the third period without a loss snapped at 47 games (45-0-2)--a streak stretching back more than three seasons. Since that point, the Beavers have not been perfect translating third period leads into victories. This season when leading after two periods, BSU is 13-4-0. Most of those four losses could be attributed to BSU being out scored 36-26 in the third period this season, which includes a 32-20 differential in WCHA games.

By George he’s scored 100

With two goals and an assist versus UAA junior Jordan George leads the team with 30 points (18g-12a) this season. His assist Saturday allowed to become the 59th player in the history of Bemidji State hockey to eclipse the 100-point plateau In 111 collegiate games, he has amassed 100 points (48g-52a).

Daily Doubles

Last weekend, three BSU players posted two-goal games. Jordan George scored both of BSU’s goals in a 2-1 March 2 before Shea Walters posted a career best two goals and Brance Orban matched a career-high two goals, which included the gamewinner, in a 5-4 victory at UAA March 3.

The Beavers’ March to the playoffs

Since moving to the NCAA Division I level for the 1999-2000 season, BSU is 29-20-3 in the month of March.

BSU in the WCHA postseason

In just its second season in the league, BSU is 3-1 in WCHA postseason play. BSU swept Nebraska-Omaha in the WCHA opening round last winter, 4-2 and 3-2, before gaining a 3-2 overtime victory over Minnesota Duluth in the WCHA Final Five quarterfinal.

Academic Excellence As Bemidji State has made inroads in its development as a Division I program, its progress in the classroom has been remarkable. In its 11th year under head coach Tom Serratore, the BSU program has become an academic juggernaut, annually dominating the academic honor roll while members of College Hockey America and have now carried that tradition on to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. In addition, BSU has had 14 College Sports Information Directors of America Academic AllDistrict V selections over the last eight years and has passed the NCAA’s first five Academic Progress Rate performance checks with flying colors. Overall, the BSU men’s ice hockey team carries a cumulative GPA of over 3.5. NCAA Academic Progress Rate Bemidji State men’s hockey received a score of 970 in the May 2009 release of the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) score. BSU helped the sport of men’s ice hockey achieve an aggregate score of 970, the third-highest of any men’s sport in the Division. The NCAA has established an APR cut rate of 925, which equates to a graduation rate of approximately 50 percent, for all NCAA Division I sports. Programs which fail to meet the cut rate when 2006-07 numbers are added to the 200506 and 2004-03 data risk reductions in scholarships. NCAA APR ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘08 Bemidji St. 990 980 973 973

‘09 970

Academic All-WCHA BSU led College Hockey America in Academic All-CHA honorees each of its final eight years in the league. In 2010-11, the Beavers began a new tradition of excellence in the WCHA. BSU led the Association with 21 of its 26-man roster earning a place on the Academic All-WCHA squad. In addition, Bemidji State placed a league-leading 11 players selected for the WCHA’s prestigious Scholar Athlete award. BSU has an all-time total of conference 161 Academic picks at the NCAA Division I level and 153 honorees have come in the last 10 years under head coach Tom Serratore. CHA Student-Athlete of the Year Kyle Hardwick was named 2010 CHA StudentAthlete of the year at the league’s 2010 awards banquet. The honor is the second to be garnered by a member of the BSU hockey team since the leagues inception. Andrew Murray became the first player in CHA history to be named Player of the Year and Student-Athlete of the Year, picking up the historic sweep at the 2005 CHA awards banquet. Murray, a unanimous First-Team AllCHA pick, became the first BSU skater to be named CHA Student-Athlete of the Year. Academic All-District V Over the last eight years, 14 Beavers have been honored on the CoSIDA Academic All-District V At-Large Team. In 2005, Peter Jonsson became just the second BSU men’s hockey player to be named Academic All-America. He was the only men’s hockey player in the nation to earn FirstTeam laurels in 2005. He was a two-time Academic All-District V selection, so honored in 2004 and 2005. BSU’s other Academic All-District picks include Riley Weselowski (2006-07-08), Andrew Murray (2005), Bryce Methven (2003-04), Bill Methven (2003) Travis Winter (2008-09), Cody Bostock (2009), Kyle Hardwick (2009-10) and Ryan Adams (2010-11).

At their best vs. North Dakota

Brad Hunt leads all BSU players with five points (1g-4a) versus UND, but Jordan George has four goals in six games versus UND, which includes a game-winner and two PP tallies.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 game Notes

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Bemidji B Numerical Roster No Name Pos

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 33 35

Sean Rudy Cody Strang David Boehm Matt Carlson Darcy Findlay Brance Orban Jake Areshenko (A) Ben Kinne (C) Shea Walters Jeff Jubinville Drew Fisher Aaron McLeod Sam Windle Danny Mattson Jamie MacQueen Radoslav Illo Tyler Tosunian Sam Rendle Matt Hartmann Matt Prapavessis Garrett Ladd Brady Wacker Kyle Brodie Mitch Cain Jordan George Brad Hunt (A) Andrew Walsh Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas

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

Retired Numbers

10 24

Bryan Grand Joel Otto

Yr

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

F 1967-70 F 1980-84

Geographical Breakdown United States California Colorado Florida Michiagn Minnesota North Dakota Wisconsin

14 1 1 1 1 7 1 2

Canada Alberta British Columbia Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan

14 3 3 5 2 1

Slovakia

State Hockey

2011-12 alphabetical roster

No 8 33 4 26 27 5 35 6 13 28 21 29 18 12 9 23 17 16 14 7 22 20 2 3 19 15 25 30 11

Name Pos Jake Areshenko (A) D Dan Bakala G David Boehm F Kyle Brodie D Mitch Cain F Matt Carlson D Mathieu Dugas G Darcy Findlay F Drew Fisher F Jordan George F Matt Hartmann F Brad Hunt (A) D Radoslav Illo (ANA) F Jeff Jubinville F Ben Kinne (C) F Garrett Ladd F Jamie MacQueen F Danny Mattson F Aaron McLeod F Brance Orban F Matt Prapavessis D Sam Rendle D Sean Rudy F Cody Strang F Tyler Tosunian F Sam Windle D Brady Wacker F Andrew Walsh G Shea Walters F

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

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

Wt 200 185 180 195 200 210 165 205 215 155 200 175 190 170 190 180 185 180 165 160 195 170 190 160 175 201 155 190 180

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

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

Hometown (Previous League/Team) Port Coquitlam, British Columbia (USHL/Fargo) Calgary, Alberta (AJHL/Calgary) Naples, Fla. (NCAA/UMass) Northglenn, Colo. (NAHL/Wenatchee Fort Frances, Ontario (USHL/Des Moines) Grand Forks, N.D. (NAHL/Fairbanks) L’Assomption, Quebec (NAHL/Wenatchee) Bristol, Quebec (CJHL/Cornwall) International Falls, Minn. (NCAA/Minnesota) Madison, Wis. (NAHL/Topeka) Hugo, Minn. (NAHL/Topeka) Ridge Meadows, British Columbia (BCHL/Burnaby) Bystrica, Slovakia (USHL/Tri-City) Edmonton, Alberta (NAHL/Wenatchee) St. Paul, Minn. (USHL/Sioux City) Fenton, Mich. (NAHL/Marquette) St. Thomas, Ontario (OPJHL/Vaughn) Minneapolis, Minn. (USHL/Youngstown) Ottawa, Ontario (CJHL/Ottawa) Lethbridge, Alberta (AJHL/Olds) Oakville, Ontario (USHL/Lincoln) Grand Rapids, Minn. (NAHL/Bismarck) Long Sault, Ontario (OJHL/Wellington) Madison, Wis. (USHL/Youngstown) Whittier, Calif. (CJHL/Pembroke) Maple Grove, Minn. (USHL/Des Moines) Jansen, Saskatchewan (SJHL/Humbolt) Dawson Creek, British Columbia (NAHL /Dawson Creek) Hibbing, Minn. (NAHL /North Iowa)

Tom Serratore (Bemidji State ‘87 / 178-146-38 11th year) Bert Gilling (Minnesota Duluth ‘99 / 13th year) Ted Belisle (Bemidji State ‘01 / ninth year) Danny MacKinnon (Acadia ‘10 / second year)

1

Class Breakdown Upperclassmen Seniors Juniors

15 6 9

Underclassmen Sophomores Freshmen

14 6 8

Position Breakdown Forwards Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

18 4 6 4 5

Defensemen Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

7 1 2 2 2

Goaltenders Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

3 1 1 0 1

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Pronunciation Guide Players

Players

Jake ARESHENKO

ah-ray-SHEN-ko

Matt Prapavessis

prap-ah-VES-is

Dan BAKALA

BACK-a-lah

Tyler TOSUNIAN

toh-SOO-nee-an

David Boehm

BOHM

Sam Windle

WIN-duhl

Kyle Brodie

BROH-dee

SHEA Walters

SHAY

Mathieu DUGAS

MATH-Yoo DOO-gah

Coaching Staff

RADOSLAV ILLO

RAD-oh-slav EE-loh

Tom SERRATORE

ser-a-TOR-ee

Jeff JUBINVILLE

JOO-bin-vil

Ted BELISLE

bell-EYE-el

Ben KINNE

KIN-ee

Bert GILLING

GILL-ing

Aaron MCLEOD

mac-LOWD

Danny MacKinnon

mac-KIN-in

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y 2011-12 Line Combinations Forwards

No. Name Pos.

First Line (7) Left Wing Center Right Wing Kinne George McQueen Jubinville George Boehm George Jubinville Boehm Kinne George Boehm Kinne Walters George Kinne McLeod Boehm *Kinne McLeod George Total

GP GS PPG Points Record 2 1 1.00 1-1=2 1-1-0 1 1 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 1 1 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 6 3 2.00 7-5=12 3-3-0 2 1 1.50 2-1=3 0-1-1 1 1 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 23 14 2.35 24-30=54 13-8-2 36 22 1.97 34-37=71 15-16-3

Second Line (8) Left Wing Center Right Wing *Illo Walters Boehm Illo Walters MacQueen Illo Walters Orban Illo Fisher Orban MacQueen Fisher Findlay MacQueen Walters George MacQueen Walters Boehm Orban Walters Boehm Total

GP GS PPG Points Record 19 4 1.63 15-16=31 11-6-2 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 7 2 2.43 6-11=17 3-4-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-0-1 1 0 1.00 1-0=1 0-1-0 1 0 2.00 1-1=2 0-1-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-0-0 5 2 1.20 3-3=6 2-3-0 36 8 1.58 26-31=57 17-16-3

Third Line (12) Left Wing Center Right Wing Jubinville McLeod Tosunian Kinne McLeod Mattson Kinne McLeod Tosunian Jubinville McLeod Mattson Tosunian McLeod Findlay Boehm McLeod Findlay Jubinville McLeod Boehm Jubinville Fisher Findlay MacQueen Jubinville Findlay MacQueen Jubinville Orban Orban Jubinville Mattson *MacQueen Jubinville Mattson Total

GP GS PPG Points Record 5 0 1.80 3-6=9 2-3-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 1 0 1.00 1-0=1 0-1-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-0-0 2 1 0.50 0-1=1 1-1-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-0-1 1 1 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 2 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-1-0 1 0 2.00 1-1=2 0-0-1 4 2 1.25 2-3=5 3-1-0 2 0 2.00 2-2=4 2-0-0 15 0 0.80 4-8=12 7-7-1 36 4 0.94 13-21=34 17-16-3

Fourth Line (14) Left Wing Center Right Wing *Orban Fisher Findlay Orban Fisher Cain MacQueen Fisher Cain MacQueen Fisher Hartmann MacQueen Rudy Cain Orban Cain Mattson Orban Cain Hartmann Mattson Orban Hartmann Findlay Fisher Mattson Tosunian Fisher Cain Ladd Fisher Tosunian Findlay Fisher Hartmann Tosunian Fisher Findlay Rudy Fisher Findlay Total

GP GS PPG Points Record 11 2 1.09 5-7=12 5-5-1 2 0 1.00 1-1=2 0-1-1 6 0 1.17 3-4=7 3-3-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-0-1 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 1 0 2.00 1-1=2 0-1-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-0-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-0-0 1 0 0.00 0-1=1 1-0-0 1 0 1.00 0-1=1 1-0-0 2 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-1-0 6 0 0.17 1-0=1 3-3-0 1 0 1.00 1-0=1 1-0-0 36 2 0.75 12-15=27 17-16-3

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 33 35

Sean Rudy Cody Strang David Boehm Matt Carlson Darcy Findlay Brance Orban Jake Areshenko (A) Ben Kinne (C) Shea Walters Jeff Jubinville Drew Fisher Aaron McLeod Sam Windle Danny Mattson Jamie MacQueen Radoslav Illo Tyler Tosunian Sam Rendle Matt Hartmann Matt Prapavessis Garrett Ladd Brady Wacker Kyle Brodie Mitch Cain Jordan George Brad Hunt (A) Andrew Walsh Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas

Forwards

2 3 4 6 7 9 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 21 23 25 27 28

Sean Rudy Cody Strang David Boehm Darcy Findlay Brance Orban Ben Kinne (C) Shea Walters Jeff Jubinville Drew Fisher Aaron McLeod Danny Mattson Jamie MacQueen Radoslav Illo Tyler Tosunian Matt Hartmann Garrett Ladd Brady Wacker Mitch Cain Jordan George

Defensemen

5 8 15 20 22 26 29

Matt Carlson Jake Areshenko (A) Sam Windle Sam Rendle Matt Prapavessis Kyle Brodie Brad Hunt (A)

Goaltenders

Defensemen

First Line (3) Left Defense Right Defense Areshenko Hunt Areshenko Wacker *Hunt Prapavessis Total

GP GS PPG Points Record 8 8 1.25 4-6=10 3-5-0 7 3 1.00 4-3=7 5-2-0 21 15 1.05 3-19=22 9-9-3 36 26 1.08 11-28=39 17-16-3

Second Line (5) Left Defense Right Defense Rendle Prapavessis Hunt Prapavessis Rendle Windle Areshenko Wacker *Areshenko Windle Total

GP GS PPG Points Record 8 0 0.88 1-6=7 3-5-0 7 4 0.86 1-5=6 5-2-0 2 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-1 13 4 0.46 2-4=6 7-4-2 6 1 0.17 1-0=1 2-4-0 36 9 0.56 5-15=20 17-16-3

Third Line (7) Left Defense Right Defense *Carlson Wacker Brodie Wacker Windle Wacker Calrson Windle Brodie Windle Areshenko Wacker Carlson Brodie Total * Most recent contest

BSU Roster by Position

GP GS PPG Points Record 11 0 0.00 0-0=0 4-8-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-0 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 1-0-0 12 1 0.17 1-1=2 8-2-2 8 0 0.25 1-1=2 4-4-0 2 0 0.50 1-0=1 0-1-1 1 0 0.00 0-0=0 0-1-1 36 1 0.14 3-2=5 17-16-3

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30 33 35

Andrew Walsh Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas

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

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

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

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

D D D D D D D

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

G G G

Fr. Sr. Jr.

Geographical Breakdown United States California Colorado Florida Michiagn Minnesota North Dakota Wisconsin

14 1 1 1 1 7 1 2

Canada Alberta British Columbia Ontario Quebec Saskatchewan

14 3 3 5 2 1

Slovakia

1

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State Hockey general stats

2011-12 Poll History USA Today / American Hockey Magazine Top 15

Pts Rk P15 11-12 Preseason Oct. 10, 2011 1 (26) 46 1 Oct. 17, 2011 - Oct. 25, 2011 Oct. 31, 2011 Nov. 8, 2011 Nov. 15, 2011 Nov. 22, 2011 - Nov. 29, 2011 - Dec. 6, 2011 Dec. 13, 2011 - Dec. 20, 2011 - Jan. 2, 2012 Jan. 9, 2012 Jan. 17, 2012 Jan. 23, 2012 Jan. 31, 2012 Feb. 7, 2012 Feb. 14, 2012 - Feb. 21, 2012 Feb. 28, 2012 Mar. 7, 2012 Mar. 14, 2012 Mar. 21, 2012 Mar. 28, 2012 April 11, 2012

All 53

key:

Pts - points received in poll Rk - rank or (rank if poll were extended) P15 - points out of Top 15 11-12- weeks in poll in 2011-12 / (x) consec. weeks All- weeks receiving votes in poll all-time

U.S. College Hockey Online Top 20

Pts Rk P20 11-12 All Preseason Oct. 10, 2011 24 (25) 50 1 116 Oct. 17, 2011 - Oct. 25, 2011 7 (33) 77 2 117 Oct. 31, 2011 Nov. 8, 2011 Nov. 15, 2011 Nov. 22, 2011 - Nov. 29, 2011 - Dec. 6, 2011 Dec. 13, 2011 - Dec. 20, 2011 - Jan. 2, 2012 Jan. 9, 2012 Jan. 17, 2012 Jan. 23, 2012 Jan. 31, 2012 Feb. 7, 2012 Feb. 14, 2012 2 (t25) 130 3 118 Feb. 21, 2012 Feb. 28, 2012 Mar. 7, 2012 Mar. 14, 2012 Mar. 21, 2012 Mar. 28, 2012 April 11, 2012 key:

Pts - points received in poll Rk - rank or (rank if poll were extended) P20 - points out of Top 20 11-12 - weeks in poll in 2011-12 / (x) consec. weeks All- weeks receiving votes in poll all-time

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BSU’s Record When...

Multi-Point Games

Player 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 Career Jake Areshenko - 0 0 1 1 David Boehm - - - 1 1 Kyle Brodie - - 0 1 1 Mitch Cain - - - 0 0 Matt Carlson - 0 0 0 0 Darcy Findlay 0 2 0 0 2 Jordan George - 9 8 7 24 Matt Hartmann - 0 0 0 0 Brad Hunt 8 9 4 6 27 Radoslav Illo - - 0 2 2 Jeff Jubinville - - 0 0 0 Ben Kinne 1 5 - 4 10 Garrett Ladd - - 0 0 0 Jamie MacQueen 1 1 1 0 3 Danny Mattson - - - 1 1 Aaron McLeod - 0 0 6 6 Brance Orban - 1 0 5 6 Matt Prapavessis - - - 1 1 Sam Rendle - - 1 0 1 Sean Rudy - - - - Cody Strang - - - - Tyler Tosunian - - - 0 0 Brady Wacker - 0 0 2 2 Shea Walters 1 4 2 4 11 Sam Windle - - - 0 0

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

Multi-Goal Games

Shots on Goal BSU < 20 BSU 20-29 BSU 30-39 BSU 40-49 BSU 50+ Opponent < 20 Opponent 20-29 Opponent 30-39 Opponent 40-49 Opponent 50+

Player 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 Career Jake Areshenko - 0 0 0 0 David Boehm - - - 0 0 Kyle Brodie - - 0 0 0 Matt Carlson - 0 0 0 0 Mitch Cain - - - 0 0 Darcy Findlay 0 1 0 0 1 Jordan George - 1 1 3 5 Matt Hartmann - 0 0 0 0 Brad Hunt 1 1 0 0 2 Radoslav Illo - - 0 0 0 Jeff Jubinville - - 0 0 0 Ben Kinne 1 1 - 0 2 Garrett Ladd - - 0 0 0 Jamie MacQueen 0 1 0 0 1 Danny Mattson - - - 0 0 Aaron McLeod - 0 0 2 2 Brance Orban - 1 0 3 4 Matt Prapavessis - - - 0 0 Sam Rendle - - 0 0 0 Sean Rudy - - - 0 Cody Strang - - - - Tyler Tosunian - - - 0 0 Brady Wacker - 0 0 0 0 Shea Walters 0 0 0 1 1 Sam Windle - - - 0 0

Multi-Assist Games

Player 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 Career Jake Areshenko - 0 0 1 1 David Boehm - - - 0 0 Kyle Brodie - - 0 0 0 Mitch Cain - - - 0 0 Matt Carlson - 0 0 0 0 Darcy Findlay 0 0 0 0 0 Jordan George - 5 3 1 9 Matt Hartmann - 0 0 0 0 Brad Hunt 5 4 4 4 17 Radoslav Illo - - 0 2 2 Jeff Jubinville - - 0 0 0 Ben Kinne 0 3 - 1 4 Garrett Ladd - - 0 0 0 Jamie MacQueen 0 0 0 0 0 Danny Mattson - - - 0 0 Aaron McLeod - 0 0 2 2 Brance Orban - 0 0 1 1 Matt Prapavessis - - - 1 1 Sam Rendle - - 1 0 1 Sean Rudy - - - - Cody Strang - - - - Brady Wacker - 0 0 0 0 Shea Walters 1 1 2 2 6

2011-12 11-6-1 6-10-2 0-0-0

115-65-23 81-135-21 18-12-2

10-5-0 6-5-1 1-6-2 13-4-0 2-10-2 2-2-1 1-0-3

111-40-17 29-101-11 70-66-17 168-12-12 17-149-15 31-43-19 22-21-46

3 8-5 5-4 4-7

46 62-73 63-46 87-89

8-3-0 8-13-3 1-0-0

133-69-23 66-130-22 11-6-1

10-7-2 7-9-1

155-75-25 56-129-20

3-2-0 12-12-3 2-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 10-8-1 5-6-1 1-2-1 0-0-0

19-29-2 83-104-19 76-64-16 27-12-9 4-1-1 34-11-2 111-77-19 51-80-21 12-32-3 0-8-0

Scoring Shutouts BSU scores one goal BSU scores two goals BSU scores three goals BSU scores four goals BSU scores five-plus goals Opponent scores one goal Opponent scores two goals Opponent scores three goals Opponent scores four goals Opponent scores five-plus goals

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

Division I era

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

35-19-1 3-59-8 31-71-18 52-40-13 40-14-2 83-4-4 74-3-8 55-17-17 25-42-13 12-49-2 7-91-4

10-9-3 6-5-0 1-2-0

95-105-25 79-71-12 35-33-8

24 2 8

422 57 45

3-5-0 21-35-8 2-3-1 46-38-8 6-1-1 33-37-7 1-3-0 44-33-7 3-4-1 42-43-13 2-0-0 29-20-3 0-0-0 0-1-0 4-2-0 16-21-3 0-0-0 2-6-5 0-0-0 4-5-0 0-0-0 9-3-2 11-14-3 41-100-11 2-0-0 5-1-0

* includes WCHA Postsason games

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Bemidji State Hockey y 2011-12 Player Awards

WCHA Players of the Week BSU players have won...

Jake Areshenko (Jr., D, Port Coquitlam, British Columbia) Alternate Captain 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Dan Bakala (Sr., G, Calgary, Alberta) WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Feb. 14, 2012) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete USCHO.com All-WCHA Honorable Mention

Kyle Brodie (So., D, Northglenn, Colo.) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Darcy Findlay (Sr., F, Bristol, Quebec) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Drew Fisher (Sr., F, International Falls, Minn.) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Brad Hunt (Sr., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) Alternate Captain WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Dec. 6, 2011) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete USCHO.com All-WCHA Honorable Mention

Jeff Juninville (So., F, Edmonton, Alberta) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Ben Kinne (Jr., F, St. Paul, Minn.) Captain

Garrett Ladd (So., F, Fenton, Mich.) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Jamie MacQueen (Sr., F, St. Thomas, Ontario) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Aarom McLeod (Jr., F, Ottawa, Ontario) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete CollegeSports360.com Primetime Performer Honor Roll (Feb. 14, 2012)

Brance Orban (Jr., F, Lethbridge, Ontario) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Brady Wacker (Jr., D, Jansen, Saskatchewan) 2011-12 WCHA Scholar Athlete

Andrew Walsh (Fr., G, Dawson Creek, British Columbia) WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 25, 2011) WCHA Rookie of the Week (Dec. 13, 2011) WCHA Rookie of the Week (Dec. 20, 2011) HCA National Player of the Month ( Jan. 6, 2012)

0 3 2

WCHA Offensive Players of the Week WCHA Defensive Players of the Week WCHA Rookies of the Week

2011-12 Honorees

Oct. 11 Offensive Defensive Rookie Oct. 18 Offensive Defensive Rookie Oct. 25 Offensive Defensive Rookie Nov. 1 Offensive Defensive Rookie Nov. 8 Offensive Defensive Rookie Nov. 15 Offensive Defensive Rookie Nov. 22 Offensive Defensive Rookie Nov. 29 Offensive Defensive Rookie Dec. 6 Offensive Defensive Rookie Dec. 13 Offensive Defensive Rookie Dec. 20 Offensive Defensive Rookie Jan. 4 Offensive Defensive Rookie Jan. 10 Offensive Defensive Rookie Jan. 17 Offensive Defensive Rookie Jan. 24 Offensive Defensive Rookie Jan. 31 Offensive Defensive Rookie Feb. 7 Offensive Defensive Rookie Feb. 14 Offensive Defensive Rookie Feb. 21 Offensive Defensive Rookie Feb. 28 Offensive Defensive Rookie Mar. 6 Offensive Defensive Rookie

M. Spencer, Alaska-Anchorage A. Lee, Minnesota State K. Patterson, Minneaota B. Pietila, Michigan Tech R. Schwartz, Colorado College J. Robinson, Michigan Tech K. Rau, Minnesota D. Shore, Denver uA. Walsh, Bemidji State J. Rumpel, Wisconsin M. Gordic, Michigan Tech J. Robinson, Michigan Tech K. Patterson, Minnesota R. Faragher, St. Cloud State N. Dineen, Colorado College K. Reiter, Minnesota Duluth JP LaFontaine, Minnesota State J. Connolly, Minnesota Duluth K. Reiter, Minnesota Duluth J. Archibald, Nebraska-Omaha N. Bjugstad, Minnesota J. Thorimbert, Colorado College C. Herbert, Minnesota Duluth B. Nelson, North Dakota R. Schwartz, Colorado College J. Schultz, Wisconsin J. Olkinuora, Denver B. Nelson, North Dakota uB. Hunt, Bemidji State B. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Donnell, North Dakota M. Brujsten, Alaska-Anchorage M. Alt, Minnesota A. Dell, North Dakota uA. Walsh, Bemidji State R. Schwartz, Colorado College N. Jensen, St. Cloud State uA. Walsh, Bemidji State D. Shore, Denver J. Olkinuora, Denver C. Gardner, North Dakota T. Oleksuk, Minnesota Duluth K. Reiter, Minnesota Duluth J. McCabe, Wisconsin J. Baker, Michigan Tech J. LaLeggia, Denver J. Rumpel, Wisconsin T. Loney, Denver E. Hayes, Minnesota State J. Schultz, Wisconsin A. Prochno, St. Cloud State L. Salazar, Denver J. Robinson, Michigan Tech B. Pietila, Michigan Tech J.T. Brown, Minnesota Duluth M. Lee, St. Cloud State Z. Palmquist, Minnesota State J. Connolly, Minnesota Duluth uD. Bakala, Bemijdi State S. Mayfield, Denver C. Knight, North Dakota K. Patterson, Minnesota K. Kau, Minnesota J. Brown, Minnesota Duluth N. Schmidt, Minnesota F. Simonelli, Wisconsin K. Rau, Minnesota M. Zengerle, Wisconsin J. Thorimbert, Colorado College M. Lee, St. Cloud State J. Rumpel, Wisconsin

uBSU Player of the Week selection

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Bemidji B All-Time Series Results Date

Rank Notes Loc

2/6/70 - - 2/7/70 - - 12/12/70 - - 1/19/71 - - 3/3/00 - 2 3/4/00 - 2 3/2/01 - 3 3/3/01 - 3 12/28/02 - 2 1 1/28/05 - 12 1/29/05 - 12 12/16/05 - 9 12/17/05 - 9 1/19/07 rv rv 1/20/07 rv rv 2/22/08 - 2 2/23/08 - 2 1/2/09 - rv 1/3/09 - rv 10/15/10 rv 2 * 10/16/10 rv 2 * 2/26/11 1 * 2/27/11 1 * 11/19/20 * 11/20/11 * 3/9/12 W 9/10/12 W 9/11/12 W

Bemidji State - North Dakota

Result Cmb

a L 4 7 11 a W 7 5 12 a L 3 4 7 a L 2 3 5 a L 2 9 11 a L 3 6 9 h L 1 5 6 h L 3 6 9 a L 3 4 7 a T 3 3 ot 6 a L 1 3 4 h L 1 2 3 a L 1 5 6 h L 2 3 5 a L 3 6 9 a L 1 5 6 a L 0 1 1 h L 3 4 7 a L 3 4 ot 7 h L 2 5 7 h L 2 5 7 a L 2 5 7 a L 1 5 6 h L 2 5 7 h W 1 0 1 a a a

Notes Rank- BSU/Opponent rank in USA Today / USA Hockey Magazine poll on date of game 1- Subway Holiday Classic; Grand Forks, N.D. *=Western Collegiate Hockey Assâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;n game W=Western Collegiate Hockey Assâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;n Playoffs

State Hockey

Quickly

North Dakota leads, 22-2-1 1-0; Nov. 20, 2011 in Bemidji 2-5; Nov. 19, 2011 in Bemidji 3-3; Jan. 28, 2005 in Grand Forks North Dakota leads, 8-1-0 1-0; Nov. 20, 2011 2-5; Nov. 19, 2011 none North Dakota leads, 14-1-1 7-5; Feb. 7, 1970 5-1; Feb. 27, 2011 3-3; Jan. 28, 2005 0-0-0 n/a n/a n/a

uSeries: Last win: Last loss: Last tie: uIn Bemidji: Last win: Last loss: Last tie: uIn Grand Forks: Last win: Last loss: Last tie: uNeutral: Last win: Last loss: Last tie:

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

Won 1 W Nov. 20, 2011 (W, 1-0) active 1 Feb. 7, 1970 (W, 7-5) Dec. 12, 1970 (L, 4-3) 14 L, 3-1; Jan. 29, 2005 W, 1-0; Nov. 20, 2011

Career vs North Dakota

Superlatives First meeting: Last meeting: Shutouts: Overtime Games: Largest Deciding Margin... u...of Victory: at home: away: u... of Defeat: at home: away:

Feb. 6, 1970 (L, 7-4) Nov. 20, 2011 (W, 1-0) 2 (1-1-0) 2 (0-1-1) 2 (W, 7-5); Feb. 7, 1970 1 (W, 1-0); Nov. 20, 2011 2 (W, 7-5); Feb. 7, 1970 7 (L, 9-2); March 3, 2000 4 (L, 5-1); March 2, 2001 7 (L, 9-2); March 3, 2000

Scoring Superlatives Score Avg. uAll-Time Series Score: 56-112 2.24-4.48 ...in Bemidji 17-35 1.89-3.89 ...in Grand Forks 39-77 2.43-4.81 ...neutral site n/a uMost Goals... ...for 7 (W, 7-5); Feb. 7, 1970 ...against 9 (L, 9-2); March 3, 2000 ...both 12 (W, 7-5); Feb. 7, 1970 uFewest Goals... ...for 0 (L, 1-0), Feb. 23, 2008 ...against 0 (W, 1-0), Nov. 20, 2011 ...both 1 (L, 1-0), Feb. 23, 2008

Name GP G A Pts Sh Sh% PIM +/- PP SH Jake Areshenko 6 0 0 0 0 .000 3-6 -4 0 0 David Boehm^ 3 0 0 0 4 .000 0-0 -2 0 0 Kyle Brodie 2 0 0 0 3 .000 0-0 -1 0 0 Mitch Cain 1 0 1 1 0 .000 0-0 +1 0 0 Matt Carlson 5 0 0 0 1 .000 2-15 +1 0 0 Darcy Findlay 8 0 1 1 5 .000 7-14 -3 0 0 Drew Fisher+ 7 0 0 0 4 .000 3-6 -4 0 0 Jordan George 6 4 0 4 15 .267 5-10 -4 2 0 Matt Hartmann 2 0 0 0 2 .000 1-2 +1 0 0 Brad Hunt 8 1 4 5 6 .167 2-4 -6 0 0 Radoslav Illo 4 0 0 0 3 .000 2-4 -1 0 0 Jeff Jubinville 4 0 0 0 3 .000 0-0 -1 0 0 Ben Kinne 4 0 1 1 6 .000 0-0 -1 0 0 Garrett Ladd 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 E 0 0 Jamie MacQueen 8 1 1 2 12 .083 6-12 -2 0 0 Danny Mattson 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0-0 E 0 0 Aaron McLeod 4 0 0 0 7 .000 0-0 -1 0 0 Brance Orban 4 1 0 1 4 .250 1-2 -1 0 0 Matt Prpavessis 2 0 0 0 1 .000 1-2 E 0 0 Sam Rendle 2 0 0 0 1 .000 1-2 -1 0 0 Tyler Tosunian Sam Windle 2 0 0 0 3 .000 0-0 -1 0 0 Brady Wacker 4 0 1 1 2 .000 0-0 -1 0 0 Shea Walters 8 1 1 2 8 .125 1-2 -1 0 0

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

^played 2008-10 at UMass +played 2007-09 at Minnesota

Goaltenders Dan Bakala Mathieu Dugas Andrew Walsh

GP GS Min GA GAA Sv Sv% W L T SHO PP SH 4 4 236:32 13 3.29 96 .881 1 3 0 1 5 0 -

-through March 4, 2012

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Bemidji State Hockey y Bemidji State Head Coach Tom Serratore Bemidji State ‘87 / 11th season at BSU u Five-Time CHA Coach of the Year (2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010) u Five-Time Spencer Penrose Award Finalist (2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010)

Bemidji State University

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 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. BSU finished 4-26-4 in 2000-01, the year before Serratore took control of the program. He led BSU to a 12-18-5 record during his rookie campaign and increased BSU’s win total each of the four years that followed. BSU finished Serratore’s Milestone Wins a 10/12/01 vs Minnesota St. 23-13-1 in 2004-05, giving the Beavers a school-record for wins in a Division 1 25 3/14/03 vs Findlay I season and back-to-back 20-win campaigns for the first time as a Division I b 2/27/04 at Air Force program. In 2008-09 Serratore led the Beavers through the regular season to 43 11/19/04 at Niagara post their fourth CHA championship in six years before their third CHA Tourna- 50 75 11/11/05 at Wayne St. (Mich.) ment championship, the program’s first NCAA Division I Tournament victory 100 1/5/07 vs Wayne St. (Mich.) and a chance represent the university and the CHA in the Frozen Four for the 125 11/29/08 vs. Michigan Tech first time. The 2009-10 campaign served as the Beaver’s last as a member of 150 11/21/09 vs. Ala.-Huntsville College Hockey America and Serratore’s BSU squad went out with a bang. The 175 2/19/11 vs. Colorado College team posted a 23-10-4 overall record with a 14-3-1 mark in CHA play en route a- coaching debut to the team’s third consecutive league regular-season championship and fifth in nine seasons as members of the league. Bemidji State capped the season by earning its first at-large bid and its fourth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Under Serratore’s guidance, 28 BSU skaters earned All-CHA honors, including two-time First-Team AllCHA picks Marty Goulet (2002-03), Bryce Methven (2003-04), Matt Climie (2006-07), Travis Winter (2006-07, Cody Bostock (2007-08), Brad Hunt (2009-2010) and Matt Read (2009-2010) with four Beavers earning CHA Rookie of the Year laurels. BSU had multiple skaters named First-Team All-CHA seven of its final eight seasons in the league, including a school-record three first-teamers in 2003. Academic excellence has been a staple of the BSU program under Serratore and that trend has continued in the WCHA. The Beavers had a 21 skaters named to the 2010-11 WCHA All-Academic Team with 11 players earning WCHA Scholar Athlete laurels--both numbers were far and away the highest among league member institutions. Under Serratore’s guidance have a league-high 153 student-athletes have been named to conference all-academic teams over the last 10 years. In addition, BSU has had nine CoSIDA Academic All-District V selections during his reign, including 2005 First-Team Academic All-America selection Peter Jonsson. Serratore’s achievements have not gone unnoticed. He is a five-time CHA Coach of the Year, winning the honor in 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 in 10 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. Prior to coming to BSU, Serratore spent five years as recruiting coordinator for the WCHA’s St. Cloud State Huskies, where he recruited several NHL draft picks.

Serratore at Bemidji State

year overall conf. Notes 2001-02 Bemidji State 12-18-5 8-7-4* 2002-03 Bemidji State 14-14-8 10-6-4* First .500 finish as a Division I program 2003-04 Bemidji State 20-13-3 16-3-1* BSU’s 1st 20-win season in Division I; CHA regular-season champions 2004-05 Bemidji State 23-13-1 16-4-0* CHA regular-season & tournament champions; NCAA Northeast Regional 2005-06 Bemidji State 20-14-3 12-7-1* BSU loses school-record nine one-goal games; NCAA Midwest Regional 2006-07 Bemidji State 14-14-5 9-6-5* BSU-record 11-game unbeaten streak vs CHA; records 100th career win 2007-08 Bemidji State 17-16-3 13-4-3* CHA regular-season champions 2008-09 Bemidji State 20-16-1 12-5-1* CHA Champions; CHA Tournament Champions; First Frozen Four appearance 2009-10 Bemidji State 23-10-4 14-3-1* 7-0-1 BSU’s best start to a season since 1984-85 (11-0-0); CHA Champions 2010-11 Bemidji State 15-18-5 8-15-5 First season in the WCHA; Final Five Semifinal 2011-12 Bemidji State 17-16-3 11-14-3 Ninth in WCHA regular season Totals 195-162-41 129-73-26 (110-45-20 in CHA play and 19-29-8 in WCHA play) *College Hcokey America .541 .623

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

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

702 195 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

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BSU Quick Facts

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

Location: Bemidji, Minn. (15,000) Founded/Enrollment: 1919 (5,171) Conference: Western Collegiate Hockey Association WCHA Members: Alaska-Anchorage; Bemidji State; Colorado College; Denver; Michigan Tech; Minnesota; Minnesota Duluth; Minnesota State; Nebraska Omaha; North Dakota; St. Cloud State; Wisconsin. Affiliation: NCAA Division I Nickname: Beavers School Colors: Green (PMS 3305) and White Home Ice: Bemijdi Regional Event Center Size (capacity): 200x85 (4,373) President: Dr. Richard Hanson Athletics Director: Dr. Rick Goeb Head Trainer: Bill Crews Assistant Trainers: Corinne Dauksavage, Travis Shock Trainer Phone: (218) 755-2706 Compliance Coordinator: Sarah Levesque Compliance GA: David Lindell Compliance Phone: (218) 755-2142 Equipment Manager: Toby Palmiscno Equipment Phone: (218) 755-2707 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: Shawn Smith (Iowa State ‘08) e-mail: ssmith@bemidjistate.edu SID Phone: (218) 755-2763 SID Fax: (218) 755-3898 Hockey Press Box: (218) 441-4047 Web: www.bsubeavers.com Mailing Address: Bemidji State University #29 (PE 203) 1500 Birchmont Drive NE Bemidji, MN 56601

Team Information

2010-11 Overall Record: WCHA Record: Skaters Returning: Skaters Lost: Newcomers:

15-18-5 (.461) 8-15-5 (10th) 20 (2-G / 5-D / 13-F) 8 (1-G / 3-D / 4-F) 8 (1-G / 2-D / 5-F)

Program History

First Year of Hockey: 1947-48 First Season in Division I 1998-99 Overall Record: 996-498-94 (56th year/.657) Division I record: 210-204-46 (13th year/.503) CHA Championship: 5 (2004-05-08-09-10) CHA Tournament Championship: 3 (2005-06-09) Years in Post-Season Play: 30 ...in Div. I Post-Season Play: 4 (2005-06-09-10) 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: 193-158-41 (.545) - 11th season Career Record: 193-158-41 (.545) - 11th season Ass’t Coaches Bert Gilling (Minnesota Duluth ‘99) Office phone: 218-755-2765 e-mail: bgilling@bemidjistate.edu Ted Belisle (Bemidji State ‘01) Office phone: 218-755-2717 e-mail: ebelisle@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant: Danny MacKinnon (Acadia ‘10) Office phone: 218-755-2724 e-mail: dmckinnon@bemidjistate.edu

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Bemidji B

State Hockey

2011-12 Bemidji State Statistics Recap Schedule & Results Record All Games Conference (WCHA) Non-Conference

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Date Oct. 7, 2011 Oct. 8, 2011 Oct. 14, 2011 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 21, 2011 Oct. 22, 2011 Oct. 28, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011 Nov. 4, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov. 11, 2011 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 19, 2011 Nov. 20, 2011 Dec. 2, 2011 Dec. 3, 2011 Dec. 9, 2011 Dec. 10, 2011 Dec. 16, 2011 Dec. 17, 2011 Dec. 30, 2011 Dec. 31, 2011 Jan. 13, 2012 Jan. 14, 2012 Jan. 27, 2012 Jan. 28, 2012 Feb. 3, 2012 Feb. 4, 2012 Feb. 10, 2012 Feb. 11, 2012 Feb. 17, 2012 Feb. 18, 2012 Feb. 24, 2012 Feb. 25, 2012 March 2, 2012 March 3, 2012 March 9, 2012 March 10, 2012 March 11, 2012

Overall Home Away Neutral Overtime 17-16-3 11-6-1 6-10-2 0-0-0 1-0-3 11-14-3 7-6-1 4-8-2 0-0-0 0-0-3 6-2-0 4-0-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 1-0-0

Opponent W/L @ (1) Miami (Ohio) W @ (1) Miami (Ohio) L @ (8) Colorado College L @ (8) Colorado College L Michigan Tech W Michigan Tech W @ (15) Minnesota Duluth L @ (15) Minnesota Duluth L @ (13) Lake Superior State W @ (13) Lake Superior State L Nebraska-Omaha T Nebraska-Omaha L North Dakota L North Dakota W @ St. Cloud State T @ St. Cloud State W (13) Denver L (13) Denver W Ala.-Huntsville W Ala.-Huntsville W Bowling Green W Bowling Green W @ (RV) Denver L @ (RV) Denver L Minnesota State W Minnesota State L @ Nebraska-Omaha T @ Nebraska-Omaha W (10) Colorado College W (10) Colorado College W (7) Minnesota L (7) Minnesota L Wisconsin L Wisconsin L @ Alaska-Anchorage W @ Alaska-Anchorage W @ North Dakota @ North Dakota @ North Dakota

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

Shots 24-20 21-26 26-28 29-39 34-23 16-32 17-40 23-28 26-26 29-21 25-43 21-41 25-36 24-26 25-26 14-34 23-28 24-37 24-20 28-27 27-16 28-23 30-24 27-28 26-40 31-25 28-38 27-40 27-31 30-24 16-36 22-32 30-26 23-35 27-15 28-22

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

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

Time 2:20 2:20 2:13 2:20 2:25 2:10 2:15 2:25 2:20 2:05 2:22 2:17 2:17 2:13 2:26 2:15 2:18 2:15 2:11 2:14 2:15 2:01 2:23 2:27 2:10 2:20 2:28 2:16 2:20 2:17 2:11 2:15 2:23 2:30 2:09 2:23

Attend 3,406 3,081 6,931 7,595 3,407 3,449 6,111 6,178 2,011 2,038 3,393 3,343 4,373 $ 3,746 5,120 4,971 3,229 3,593 2,553 3,256 3,547 3,365 5,024 5,131 3,374 4,344 9,079 6,878 3,305 3,681 9,975 10,202$ 3,532 3,891 2,802 2,883

Goalie of Record Bakala (1-0-0) Bakala (1-1-0) Bakala (1-2-0) Dugas (0-1-0) Walsha* (1-0-0) Walsha (2-0-0) Walsha (2-1-0) Bakala (1-3-0) Bakala (2-3-0) Walsha (2-2-0) Bakala (2-3-1) Bakala (2-4-1) Bakala (2-5-1) Bakala (3-5-1) Walsha* (2-2-1) Bakala (4-5-1) Bakala (4-6-1) Walsha (3-2-1) Walsha (4-2-1) Walsha (5-2-1) Walsha (6-2-1) Bakala (5-6-1) Walsha (6-3-1) Bakala (5-7-1) Bakala (6-7-1) Walsha (6-4-1) Bakala (6-7-2) Bakala (7-7-2) Bakala (8-7-2) Bakala (9-7-2) Bakala (9-8-2) Bakala (9-9-2) Bakala (9-10-2) Bakala (9-11-2) Bakala (10-11-2) Bakala (11-11-2)

(x) opponent’s rank in USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Coaches Poll / # overtime / $ sellout crowd / a= freshman / *= decision in relief • Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season contest / ^ Western Collegiate Hockey Association postseason contest / 5 WCHA Red Baron Final Five

TEAM RECORD Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime: ATTENDANCE Gms Total Total: 36 162,800 Home: 18 63,384 Away: 18 99,416 Neutral: 0 0

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W-L-T 17-16-3 11-14-3 11-6-1 6-10-2 0-0-0 1-0-3

Avg. 4,522 3,521 5,523 0

Team Statistics

BSU OPP SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts 97-883 101-1075 Shot pct. .110 .094 Goals/Game 2.7 2.8 Shots/Game 24.5 29.9 Assists 154 171 POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays 24-113 22-142 Conversion Percent .212 .155 Shot Attempts 136 190 Shot Percent .176 .116 SHORT-HANDED Goals-Shot attempts 2-26 3-33 Shot Percent .077 .091 GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals 97 101 Power Play 24 22 Short-handed 2 3 Empty net 4 8 Penalty 0 0 Unassisted 8 5 Overtime 1 0 Shootout 0 0 Delayed Penalty 0 0

PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game Minor Major 10-minute Misconduct Game Misconduct Gross Misconduct Match

158 399 4.4 11.1 142 9 0 7 0 0

130 323 3.6 9.0 119 5 2 4 0 0

GOALS BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd OT Total 31 39 26 1 97 28 37 36 0 101

SAVES BY PERIOD Bemidji State Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd OT Total 313 334 319 8 974 236 280 262 8 786

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y 2011-12 Bemidji State overall Statistics Record All Games Conference (WCHA) Non-Conference

Overall Home Away Neutral Overtime 15-14-3 11-4-1 4-10-2 0-0-0 1-0-3 9-12-3 7-4-1 2-8-2 0-0-0 0-0-3 6-2-0 4-0-0 2-2-0 0-0-0 1-0-0

SCORING ##

Name

GP

G

A

Pts

Sh

Pct

+/-

Pen

Min

Maj

Oth

PP

SH

FG

OT

HT

PN

28

George, Jordan

36

18

12

30

89

.202

-2

13-26

13

0

0

4

0

4

GW GTG 4

1

1

0

0

UA BLK 0

9

11

Walters, Shea

36

12

13

25

48

.250

-2

8-16

8

0

0

6

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

18

29

Hunt, Brad

36

5

19

24

73

.068

-5

4-8

4

0

0

2

0

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

57

7

Orban, Brance

35

9

13

22

63

.143

-2

6-12

6

0

0

3

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

14

McLeod, Aaron

36

8

14

22

65

.123

+2

4-8

4

0

0

0

0

3

2

1

0

0

0

2

19

9

Kinne, Ben

36

10

11

21

71

.141

-5

4-8

4

0

0

4

0

3

3

0

0

0

0

0

10

18

Illo, Radoslav

28

7

10

17

44

.159

-6

9-21

8

1

0

3

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

1

11

22

Prapavessis, Matt

36

1

12

13

33

.030

+3

7-14

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

81

25

Wacker, Brady

35

4

6

10

46

.087

-2

14-39

12

1

1

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

44

8

Areshenko, Jake

36

3

6

9

23

.130

+2

20-65

15

3

2

0

0

2

1

0

0

0

0

0

47

17

MacQueen, Jamie

34

3

6

9

60

.050

+5

11-33

9

1

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

8

4

Boehm, David

36

3

5

8

68

.044

-8

14-28

14

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

12

16

Mattson, Danny

22

3

5

8

13

.231

-4

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

12

Jubinville, Jeff

34

1

7

8

36

.028

-2

4-8

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

7

6

Findlay, Darcy

29

2

3

5

32

.062

0

12-46

8

2

2

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

11

27

Cain, Mitch

12

1

4

5

6

.167

0

2-4

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

13

Fisher, Drew

36

3

1

4

28

.107

-1

6-12

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

24

20

Rendle, Sam

10

1

3

4

16

.062

-1

3-6

3

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

26

Brodie, Kyle

10

1

1

2

17 .059

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

19

Tosunian, Tyler

15

1

1

2

8 .125

+4

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

15

Windle, Sam

30

1

0

1

26 .038

-10

7-14

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

61

33

Bakala, Dan

26

0

1

1

0 .000

0

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Carlson, Matt

23

0

1

1

14 .000

-1

4-19

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

31

21

Hartmann, Matt

5

0

0

0

2 .000

+1

1-2

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

23

Ladd, Garrett

1

0

0

0

1 .000

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

Rudy, Sean

TM TEAM

2

0

0

0

1 .000

0

0-0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

20

0

0

0

0 .000

0

3-6

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

38

Total

36

9 7 154

251

883 .110

-34 158-399

142

9

7

24

2

19

17

2

1

0

0

8 516

Opponents

36 101 171

272

1075 .094

- 130-323

119

5

6

22

3

17

16

1

0

1

0

5 424

GOALTENDING ##

Name

GP-GS

Minutes

GA

Avg

Saves

Pct

W

L

T

Sho

PP

SH

EN

Pen

SOG

30

Andrew, Walsh

11-9

633:53

25

2.37

270

.915

6

4

1

2

4

0

0

0

0

33

Bakala, Dan

26-26

1472:33

63

2.57

671

.914

11

11

2

1

16

3

0

0

0

35

Dugas, Mathieu

1-1

59:50

5

5.01

33

.868

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

TM

EMPTY NET

20-0

13:03

8

-

0

.000

0

0

0

0

1

0

8

0

0

Total

36-0

2179:19

101

2.78

974

.906

17

16

3

3

22

3

8

0

0

Opponents

36-0

2179:19

97

2.67

786

.890

16

17

3

2

24

2

4

0

0

Miscellaneous Team Statistics Overall

WCHA Games Only

SHOTS ON GOAL Bemidji State

Shots

Avg/G

Pct

SHOTS ON GOAL

Shots

Avg/G

Pct

883

24.53

.110

Bemidji State

695

24.82

.104 .101

Opponents

1,075

29.86

.094

Opponents

877

31.32

POWER PLAYS

Goals

Chances

Pct

POWER PLAYS

Goals

Chances

Pct

24

113

.212

Bemidji State

20

91

.220

Bemidji State Opponents GOALS BY PERIOD

22

142

.155

1

2

3

OT

Bemidji State

31

39

26

Opponents

28

37

36

Opponents

17

110

.155

Total

GOALS BY PERIOD

1

2

3

OT

Total

1

97

Bemidji State

26

26

20

0

72

0

101

Opponents

24

33

32

0

89

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

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Bemidji B

State Hockey

2011-12 Bemidji State WCHA Statistics WCHA Record: 11-14-3 Home: 7-6-1 Road: 4-8-2 Neut: 0-0-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ## Name 28 George, Jordan 11 Walters, Shea 29 Hunt, Brad 7 Orban, Brance 9 Kinne, Ben 14 McLeod, Aaron 18 Illo, Radoslav 22 Prapavessis, Matt 17 MacQueen, Jamie 8 Areshenko, Jake 25 Wacker, Brady 12 Jubinville, Jeff 4 Boehm, David 16 Mattson, Danny 27 Cain, Mitch 13 Fisher, Drew 6 Findlay, Darcy 20 Rendle, Sam 26 Brodie, Kyle 19 Tosunian, Tyler 15 Windle, Sam 33 Bakala, Dan 5 Carlson, Matt 21 Hartmann, Matt 2 Rudy, Sean TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP G A Pts Shots Pct +/- 28 16 9 25 70 .229 -2 28 8 11 19 39 .205 -8 28 4 14 18 55 .073 -11 28 9 8 17 52 .173 -6 28 8 9 17 58 .138 -7 28 4 12 16 45 .089 -3 20 5 8 13 38 .132 -9 28 1 9 10 28 .036 -6 28 2 5 7 53 .038 +4 28 1 6 7 17 .059 -2 27 3 3 6 37 .081 -5 27 0 6 6 25 .000 -7 28 2 3 5 50 .040 -13 19 2 3 5 11 .182 -7 10 1 3 4 5 .200 -1 28 2 1 3 21 .095 -4 23 1 2 3 27 .037 -1 8 0 3 3 13 .000 -3 6 1 1 2 10 .100 -1 9 1 0 1 5 .200 +2 24 1 0 1 21 .048 -11 22 0 1 1 0 .000 0 19 0 1 1 12 .000 -3 4 0 0 0 2 .000 +1 1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 16 0 0 0 0 .000 0 28 72 118 190 695 .104 -103 28 89 155 244 877 .101 -

GOALTENDERS ## Name 33 Bakala, Dan 30 Andrew, Walsh 35 Dugas, Mathieu TM EMPTY NET Total Opponents

GP-GS 22-22 7-5 1-1 16-0 28-0 28-0

SPECIAL TEAMS ## POWER PLAYS 11 Walters, Shea 28 George, Jordan 9 Kinne, Ben 18 Illo, Radoslav 29 Hunt, Brad 7 Orban, Brance 16 Mattson, Danny 25 Wacker, Brady 17 MacQueen, Jamie 22 Prapavessis, Matt 13 Fisher, Drew 4 Boehm, David 8 Areshenko, Jake 14 McLeod, Aaron

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 28 5 7 12 12 .417 28 4 4 8 18 .222 28 4 4 8 16 .250 20 2 6 8 9 .222 28 1 7 8 17 .059 28 3 4 7 9 .333 19 0 3 3 2 .000 27 1 0 1 5 .200 28 0 1 1 4 .000 28 0 1 1 4 .000 28 0 0 0 1 .000 28 0 0 0 1 .000 28 0 0 0 1 .000 28 0 0 0 5 .000

## PENALTY KILL 4 Boehm, David 9 Kinne, Ben 8 Areshenko, Jake 29 Hunt, Brad 22 Prapavessis, Matt 15 Windle, Sam 13 Fisher, Drew 12 Jubinville, Jeff 14 McLeod, Aaron

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 28 1 0 1 7 .143 28 0 1 1 2 .000 28 0 1 1 2 .000 28 0 0 0 1 .000 28 0 0 0 1 .000 24 0 0 0 1 .000 28 0 0 0 1 .000 27 0 0 0 1 .000 28 0 0 0 2 .000

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Minutes GA 1229:17 54 395:39 22 59:50 5 10:14 8 1695:00 89 1695:00 72

No-Min Min Maj Oth 11-22 11 0 0 7-14 7 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 5-13 4 1 0 5-10 5 0 0 10-31 8 1 1 11-36 8 2 1 11-33 9 1 1 4-8 4 0 0 13-26 13 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 5-10 5 0 0 9-40 5 2 2 3-6 3 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 6-12 6 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 3-17 1 1 1 1-2 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 123-318 109 8 6 105-262 96 4 5

Avg Saves Pct 2.64 585 .915 3.34 170 .885 5.01 33 .868 - 0 .000 3.15 788 .899 2.55 623 .896

W L T 8 10 2 3 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 11 14 3 14 11 3

PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA 4 0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 1 15 11 2 0 0 0 4 17 2 13 14 1 0 1 0 3

Sho PP SH EN PEN SOG 1 12 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 8 0 0 1 17 2 8 0 0 2 20 1 2 0 0

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y 2011-12 Bemidji State nonconference Statistics Nonconference Record: 6-2-0 Home Record: 4-0-0 Road Record: 2-2-0 Neutral Record: 0-0-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ## Name 14 McLeod, Aaron 11 Walters, Shea 29 Hunt, Brad 28 George, Jordan 7 Orban, Brance 18 Illo, Radoslav 9 Kinne, Ben 25 Wacker, Brady 4 Boehm, David 16 Mattson, Danny 22 Prapavessis, Matt 8 Areshenko, Jake 6 Findlay, Darcy 12 Jubinville, Jeff 17 MacQueen, Jamie 13 Fisher, Drew 20 Rendle, Sam 27 Cain, Mitch 19 Tosunian, Tyler 26 Brodie, Kyle 5 Carlson, Matt 21 Hartmann, Matt 23 Ladd, Garrett 2 Rudy, Sean 15 Windle, Sam TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 3 8 8 6 7 6 8 2 2 6 4 4 1 1 1 6 4 8 8

GOALTENDING ## Name 30 Andrew, Walsh 33 Bakala, Dan TM EMPTY NET Total Opponents

GP-GS 4-4 4-4 4-0 8-0 8-0

Special Teams ## POWER PLAYS 25 Wacker, Brady 29 Hunt, Brad 7 Orban, Brance 11 Walters, Shea 18 Illo, Radoslav 22 Prapavessis, Matt 9 Kinne, Ben 16 Mattson, Danny 19 Tosunian, Tyler 13 Fisher, Drew 17 MacQueen, Jamie 28 George, Jordan 14 McLeod, Aaron

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 8 1 1 2 5 .200 8 1 1 2 4 .250 7 0 2 2 3 .000 8 1 0 1 2 .500 8 1 0 1 1 1.000 8 0 1 1 2 .000 8 0 1 1 3 .000 3 0 1 1 0 .000 6 0 1 1 2 .000 8 0 0 0 1 .000 6 0 0 0 1 .000 8 0 0 0 6 .000 8 0 0 0 2 .000

## PENALTY KILL 20 Rendle, Sam 4 Boehm, David 9 Kinne, Ben 12 Jubinville, Jeff 14 McLeod, Aaron 29 Hunt, Brad 25 Wacker, Brady

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 2 1 0 1 1 1.000 8 0 1 1 2 .000 8 0 0 0 1 .000 7 0 0 0 1 .000 8 0 0 0 1 .000 8 0 0 0 1 .000 8 0 0 0 1 .000

G A Pts Shots Pct +/- 4 2 6 20 .200 +5 4 2 6 9 .444 +6 1 5 6 18 .056 +6 2 3 5 19 .105 0 0 5 5 11 .000 +4 2 2 4 6 .333 +3 2 2 4 13 .154 +2 1 3 4 9 .111 +3 1 2 3 18 .056 +5 1 2 3 2 .500 +3 0 3 3 5 .000 +9 2 0 2 6 .333 +4 1 1 2 5 .200 +1 1 1 2 11 .091 +5 1 1 2 7 .143 +1 1 0 1 7 .143 +3 1 0 1 3 .333 +2 0 1 1 1 .000 +1 0 1 1 3 .000 +2 0 0 0 7 .000 +1 0 0 0 2 .000 +2 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 5 .000 +1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 25 36 61 188 .133 +69 12 16 28 198 .061 -

Minutes GA 238:14 3 243:16 9 2:49 0 484:19 12 484:19 25

No-Min 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-4 2-4 4-8 2-4 3-6 1-2 1-2 2-4 9-29 3-6 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 35-81 25-61

Avg Saves Pct 0.76 100 .971 2.22 86 .905 - 0 .000 1.49 186 .939 3.10 163 .867

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

Min Maj Oth 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 7 1 1 3 0 0 0 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 1 0 0 1 0 0 33 1 1 23 1 1

PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 4 6 0 1 0 0 4 5 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 2

W L T 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 6 2 0 2 6 0

Sho PP SH EN PEN SOG 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 0

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State Hockey

2011-12 Bemidji State Home Statistics Home Record: 11-6-1 WCHA: 7-6-1 Nonconference: 4-0-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ## Name 28 George, Jordan 9 Kinne, Ben 11 Walters, Shea 29 Hunt, Brad 7 Orban, Brance 14 McLeod, Aaron 22 Prapavessis, Matt 8 Areshenko, Jake 17 MacQueen, Jamie 18 Illo, Radoslav 16 Mattson, Danny 25 Wacker, Brady 4 Boehm, David 12 Jubinville, Jeff 27 Cain, Mitch 13 Fisher, Drew 19 Tosunian, Tyler 6 Findlay, Darcy 20 Rendle, Sam 33 Bakala, Dan 26 Brodie, Kyle 5 Carlson, Matt 21 Hartmann, Matt 23 Ladd, Garrett 2 Rudy, Sean 15 Windle, Sam TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP G A Pts Shots Pct +/- 18 8 7 15 49 .163 +4 18 7 8 15 42 .167 +4 18 5 8 13 22 .227 +3 18 2 11 13 37 .054 +4 17 5 4 9 32 .156 -4 18 4 5 9 36 .111 0 18 0 8 8 13 .000 +9 18 2 5 7 11 .182 +1 16 2 5 7 39 .051 +9 12 3 3 6 20 .150 -5 12 3 2 5 9 .333 +1 18 2 3 5 21 .095 0 18 2 2 4 34 .059 0 17 1 3 4 18 .056 +1 6 0 3 3 1 .000 0 18 2 0 2 16 .125 -3 8 1 1 2 7 .143 +3 14 1 0 1 15 .067 0 4 0 1 1 2 .000 -1 12 0 0 0 0 .000 0 5 0 0 0 7 .000 0 10 0 0 0 8 .000 +1 4 0 0 0 2 .000 +1 1 0 0 0 1 .000 0 2 0 0 0 1 .000 0 17 0 0 0 12 .000 -7 10 0 0 0 0 .000 0 18 50 79 129 455 .110 +21 18 42 69 111 544 .077 -

Goaltenders ## Name 30 Andrew, Walsh 33 Bakala, Dan TM EMPTY NET Total Opponents

GP-GS 7-6 12-12 10-0 18-0 18-0

Special Teams ## POWER PLAYS 9 Kinne, Ben 29 Hunt, Brad 11 Walters, Shea 28 George, Jordan 7 Orban, Brance 25 Wacker, Brady 18 Illo, Radoslav 22 Prapavessis, Matt 17 MacQueen, Jamie 16 Mattson, Danny 19 Tosunian, Tyler 13 Fisher, Drew 4 Boehm, David 8 Areshenko, Jake 14 McLeod, Aaron

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 18 2 4 6 9 .222 18 1 5 6 14 .071 18 2 3 5 6 .333 18 3 0 3 14 .214 17 1 2 3 8 .125 18 1 1 2 7 .143 12 1 1 2 3 .333 18 0 1 1 4 .000 16 0 1 1 4 .000 12 0 1 1 1 .000 8 0 1 1 2 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 4 .000

## PENALTY KILL 4 Boehm, David 9 Kinne, Ben 8 Areshenko, Jake 25 Wacker, Brady 22 Prapavessis, Matt 15 Windle, Sam 13 Fisher, Drew 12 Jubinville, Jeff 14 McLeod, Aaron

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 18 1 0 1 5 .200 18 0 1 1 2 .000 18 0 1 1 0 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 17 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 17 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 2 .000

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Minutes GA 406:22 9 673:46 28 4:52 5 1085:00 42 1085:00 50

No-Min Min Maj Oth 5-10 5 0 0 3-6 3 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 13-51 8 3 2 6-12 6 0 0 5-10 5 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 9-18 9 0 0 5-10 5 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 2-4 2 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 5-21 3 1 1 1-2 1 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2-15 0 1 1 1-2 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 4-8 4 0 0 1-2 1 0 0 77-201 68 5 4 65-174 57 4 4

Avg Saves Pct 1.33 177 .952 2.49 325 .921 - 0 .000 2.32 502 .923 2.76 405 .890

W L T 6 1 0 5 5 1 0 0 0 11 6 1 6 11 1

PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 1 10 11 1 0 0 0 4 8 1 8 6 0 0 0 0 3

Sho PP SH EN PEN SOG 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 3 8 1 5 0 0 0 11 1 2 0 0

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Bemidji State Hockey y 2011-12 Bemidji State Road Statistics Road Record: 6-10-2 WCHA: 4-8-2 Nonconference: 2-2-0 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ## Name 28 George, Jordan 14 McLeod, Aaron 7 Orban, Brance 11 Walters, Shea 18 Illo, Radoslav 29 Hunt, Brad 9 Kinne, Ben 25 Wacker, Brady 22 Prapavessis, Matt 4 Boehm, David 6 Findlay, Darcy 12 Jubinville, Jeff 20 Rendle, Sam 16 Mattson, Danny 8 Areshenko, Jake 26 Brodie, Kyle 27 Cain, Mitch 13 Fisher, Drew 17 MacQueen, Jamie 15 Windle, Sam 33 Bakala, Dan 5 Carlson, Matt 21 Hartmann, Matt 19 Tosunian, Tyler TM TEAM Total Opponents

GP G A Pts Shots Pct +/- 18 10 5 15 40 .250 -6 18 4 9 13 29 .138 +2 18 4 9 13 31 .129 +2 18 7 5 12 26 .269 -5 16 4 7 11 24 .167 -1 18 3 8 11 36 .083 -9 18 3 3 6 29 .103 -9 17 2 3 5 25 .080 -2 18 1 4 5 20 .050 -6 18 1 3 4 34 .029 -8 15 1 3 4 17 .059 0 17 0 4 4 18 .000 -3 6 1 2 3 14 .071 0 10 0 3 3 4 .000 -5 18 1 1 2 12 .083 +1 5 1 1 2 10 .100 0 6 1 1 2 5 .200 0 18 1 1 2 12 .083 +2 18 1 1 2 21 .048 -4 13 1 0 1 14 .071 -3 14 0 1 1 0 .000 0 13 0 1 1 6 .000 -2 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 7 0 0 0 1 .000 +1 10 0 0 0 0 .000 0 18 47 75 122 428 .110 -55 18 59 102 161 531 .111 -

GOALTENDERS ## Name 33 Bakala, Dan 30 Andrew, Walsh 35 Dugas, Mathieu TM EMPTY NET Total Opponents

GP-GS 14-14 4-3 1-1 10-0 18-0 18-0

SPECIAL TEAMS ## POWER PLAYS 11 Walters, Shea 18 Illo, Radoslav 7 Orban, Brance 28 George, Jordan 29 Hunt, Brad 9 Kinne, Ben 16 Mattson, Danny 25 Wacker, Brady 22 Prapavessis, Matt 14 McLeod, Aaron 17 MacQueen, Jamie 13 Fisher, Drew

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 18 4 4 8 8 .500 16 2 5 7 7 .286 18 2 4 6 4 .500 18 1 4 5 10 .100 18 1 3 4 7 .143 18 2 1 3 10 .200 10 0 3 3 1 .000 17 1 0 1 3 .333 18 0 1 1 2 .000 18 0 0 0 3 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000

## PENALTY KILL 20 Rendle, Sam 4 Boehm, David 29 Hunt, Brad 9 Kinne, Ben 12 Jubinville, Jeff 14 McLeod, Aaron 8 Areshenko, Jake

GP G A Pts Shots Pct 6 1 0 1 1 1.000 18 0 1 1 4 .000 18 0 0 0 2 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 17 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 1 .000 18 0 0 0 2 .000

Minutes GA 798:47 35 227:31 16 59:50 5 8:11 3 1094:19 59 1094:19 47

No-Min 8-16 3-6 4-8 4-8 4-11 2-4 1-2 5-21 5-10 9-18 7-25 3-6 2-4 0-0 7-14 0-0 0-0 5-10 5-21 3-6 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 2-4 81-198 65-149

Avg Saves Pct 2.63 346 .908 4.22 93 .853 5.01 33 .868 - 0 .000 3.23 472 .889 2.58 381 .890

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

Min Maj Oth 8 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 5 0 0 9 0 0 5 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 74 4 3 62 1 2

PP SH FG GW GTG OT HT PN UA 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 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 1 0 0 0 0 1 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 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 1 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 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 13 1 9 6 1 1 0 0 4 14 2 9 10 1 0 1 0 2

W L T 6 6 1 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 6 10 2 10 6 2

Sho PP SH EN PEN SOG 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 14 2 3 0 0 2 13 1 2 0 0

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Bemidji B

State Hockey

Career-Highs and other statistics Individual Career-Highs No.

Name

Goals

Assists

Points

2

Sean Rudy

-

-

-

3

Cody Strang

-

-

-

4

David Boehm

1, 3x, 1, at Nebraska Omaha (2/4/12)

1, 5x Last Colorado College (2/10/12)

2, MInnesota State (1/28/12)

5

Matt Carlson

1, 2x, Last at Nebraska Omaha (1/15/11)

1, 4x, Last at St. Cloud State (12/3/11)

1, 6x Last at St. Cloud State (12/3/11)

6

Darcy Findlay

2, Niagara (2/20/10)

2, 7x, Last Minnesota (3/5/11)

2, 2x, Last Niagara (2/20/10)

7

Brance Orban

2, 4x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

2, at Colorado College (10/15/11)

3, 3x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

8

Jake Areshenko

1, 4x, Last Wisconsin (2/24/12)

2, Denver (12/9/11)

2, Denver (12/9/11)

9

Ben Kinne

2, 2x, Last at W. Michigan (1/2/10)

2, 4x, Last Colorado College (2/11/12)

3, 2x, Last Niagara (2/20/10)

11

Shea Walters

2, at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

3, Ala.-Huntsville (11/21/09)

3, 2x, Last at Colorado College (10/15/11)

12

Jeff Jubinville

1, 3x, Last Bowling Green (12/31/11)

1, 7x, Last Wisconsin (2/24/12)

1, 11x, Last Wisconsin (2/24/12)

13

Drew Fisher

1, 4x, Last Bowling Green (12/30/11)

1, 3x, Last at Nebraska Omaha (2/4/12)

1, 7x, Last Bowling Green (12/30/11)

14

Aaron McLeod

2, 2x Last at St. Cloud State (12/2/11)

2, 3x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/2/12)

3, at Miami (Ohio) (10/7/11)

15

Sam Windle

1, at Nebraska Omaha (2/4/12)

-

1, at Nebraska Omaha (2/4/12)

16

Danny Mattson

1, 3x, Last Colorado College (2/11/12)

1, 5x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

2, Ala.-Huntsville (12/17/11)

17

Jamie MacQueen

2, at Minnesota (11/15/09)

1, 23x, Last Colorado College (2/10/12)

2, 3x, Last at Nebraska Omaha (3/12/11)

18

Radoslav Illo

1, 10x, Last Nebraska-Omaha (2/3/12)

2, 2x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

3, at Colorado College (10/15/11)

19

Tyler Tosunian

1, Colorado College (2/10/12)

1, Ala.-Huntsville (12/17/11)

1, 2x, Last Colorado College (2/10/12)

20

Sam Rendle

1, 4x, Last at Miami (10/7/11)

2, vs. Union (1/1/11)

2, vs. Union (1/1/11)

21

Matt Hartmann

-

-

-

22

Matt Prapavessis

1, at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

2, Michigan Tech (10/21/11)

2, Michigan Tech (10/21/11)

23

Garrett Ladd

-

-

-

25

Brady Wacker

1, 5x, Last at Denver (1/14/12)

1, 18x, at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

2, 2x Last Ala.-Huntsville (12/17/11)

26

Kyle Brodie

1, 2x, Last at Denver (1/13/12)

1 at Denver (1/13/12)

2, at Denver (1/13/12)

27

Mitch Cain

1, at Colorado College (10/14/2011)

1, 4x Last Ala.-Huntsville (12/16/11)

1, 5x Last Ala.-Huntsville (12/16/11)

28

Jordan George

2, 5x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/2/12)

3, at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)

3, 8x, 1, at Nebraska Omaha (2/4/12)

29

Brad Hunt

3, Ala.-Huntsville (11/21/09)

3, 3x, Last at W. Michigan (1/3/10)

4, Ala.-Huntsville (11/21/09)

Goaltenders

No.

Name

Saves

Shutout

Assists

1

Andrew Walsh

36, Denver (12/10/11)

2x, Last Ala.-Huntsville (12/17/11)

-

33

Dan Bakala

46, at Nebraska Omaha (3/11/11)

7x, Last North Dakota (11/20/11)

1, 4x, Last at Alaska-Anchorage (3/3/12)

35

Mathieu Dugas

28, 2x, Last Minnesota Duluth (10/30/10)

2x, Last Alaska Anchorage (11/13/10)

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Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y 2011-12 Goal Scoring History 10/7 (1) Miami (W, 5-3) 2 1:44 Aaron McLeod (1) (Jeff Jubinville/1).................................................. 1-1 3 5:06 Jake Areshenko (1) (Aaron McLeod/1, Brad Hunt/1)........................ 2-2 3 8:30 Aaron McLeod (2) (unassisted).......................................................... 3-2 3 18:05 uDarcy Findlay (1) (unassisted)........................................................ 4-3 3 19:41 SHEN Sam Rendle (1) (David Boehm/1)...................................................... 5-3 10/8 (1) Miami (L, 2-3) 2 4:03 PP Shea Walters (1) (Brance Orban/1, Brad Hunt/2).............................. 1-1 2 10:20 Jordan George (1) (Ben Kinne/1, Brad Hunt/3)................................. 2-1 10/14 at (8) Colorado College (L, 1-3) 2 6:41 Mitch Cain (1) (Brance Orban/2, Jake Areshenko/1)......................... 1-1 10/15 at (8) Colorado College (L, 4-6).................................................................................... 1 9:11 PP Shea Walters (2) (Radoslav Illo/1, Brance Orban/2).......................... 1-0 1 16:08 Drew Fisher (1) (Mitch Cain/1, Sam Rendle/1).................................. 2-1 2 9:09 PP Ben Kinne (1) (Shea Walters/1, Radoslav Illo/2)................................ 3-2 2 18:19 PP Radoslav Illo (1) (Brance Orban/3, Shea Walters/2).......................... 4-3 10/21 (RV) Michigan Tech (W, 6-5).......................................................................................... 1 2:51 Ben Kinne (2) (Jordan George/1, Matt Prapavessis/1)...................... 1-0 1 16:52 Jordan George (2) (Sam Rendle/2, Mitch Cain/2)............................. 2-3 1 17:48 Jordan George (3) (Brad Hunt/4, Matt Prapavessis/2)...................... 3-3 1 18:44 PP Brance Orban (1) (Jamie MacQueen/1, Shea Walters/3).................. 4-3 2 10:32 Brance Orban (2) (unassisted)........................................................... 5-3 3 8:17 uBrad Hunt (1) (Aaron McLeod/2, Jake Areshenko/2)..................... 6-3 10/22 (RV) Michigan Tech (W, 3-1).......................................................................................... 2 9:41 PP Shea Walters (3) (Ben Kinne/2).......................................................... 1-1 2 18:54 PP uBen Kinne (3) (Brance Orban/4, Radoslav Illo/3)........................... 2-1 3 12:26 Drew Fisher (2) (Jamie MacQueen/2, Matt Prapavessis/3)............... 3-1 10/28 at (15) Minnesota Duluth (L, 2-6) 1 6:21 Brad Hunt (2) (Jeff Jubinville/1, Aaron McLeod/3)............................ 1-0 1 7:26 Jordan George (4) (David Boehm/2, Sam Rendle/3)......................... 2-0 10/29 at (15) Minnesota Duluth (L, 0-1) None 11/4 at (11) Lake Superior State (W, 3-2 (OT)) 1 4:24 Jamie MacQueen (1) (Unassisted).................................................... 1-0 1 14:51 Shea Walters (4) (Brad Hunt/5, Darcy Findlay/1)............................... 2-0 OT 4:19 uJordan George (5) (David Boehm/3, Brady Wacker/1).................. 3-2 11/5 at (11) Lake Superior State (L, 1-2) 2 14:22 Shea Walters (5) (Radoslav Illo/4, Brance Orban/4).......................... 1-1 11/11 Nebraska-Omaha (T, 3-3 (OT)) 1 15:51 Ben Kinne (4) (Jordan George/2, Brad Hunt/6)................................. 1-1 2 0:45 Brady Wacker (1) (Unassisted).......................................................... 2-1 3 19:02 EA wJordan George (6) (Matt Prapavessis/4, Brad Hunt/7).................. 3-3 11/12 Nebraska-Omaha (L, 1-5) 2 5:24 Darcy Findlay (2) (Brad Hunt/8, Matt Prapavessis/5)........................ 1-1 11/19 (NR) North Dakota (L, 2-5) 1 2:11 Brance Orban (3) (Mitch Cain/3)........................................................ 1-0 3 1:12 Shea Walters (6) (Brady Wacker/2, Jamie MacQueen/3).................. 2-2 11/20 (NR) North Dakota (W, 1-0) 2 9:08 PP uJordan George (7) (Brad Hunt/8)................................................... 1-0 12/2 at (NR) St. Cloud State (T, 6-6/OT) 1 5:03 Aaron McLeod (3) (Jamie MacQueen/4, Brady Wacker/3)................ 1-0 1 17:23 Jordan George (8) (Jeff Jubinville/3).................................................. 2-3 2 1:25 PP Jordan George (9) (Shea Walters/4, Brad Hunt/9)............................. 3-3 2 3:30 Brady Wacker (2) (Jordan George/3)................................................. 4-4 3 10:06 Radoslav Illo (2) (unassisted)............................................................. 5-6 3 13:23 wAaron McLeod (4) (Matt Prapavessis/6, Brad Hunt/10)................. 6-6 12/3 at (NR) St. Cloud State (W, 3-1) 1 4:12 Jordan George (10) (Aaron McLeod/4, Matt Carlson/1).................... 1-1 1 11:55 uBrad Hunt (3) (Jeff Jubinville/4)..................................................... 2-1 3 16:49 PP Radoslav Illo (3) (Brance Orban/7).................................................... 3-1 12/9 (13) Denver (L, 2-3) 2 7:58 Shea Walters (7) (Radoslav Illo/5, Jake Areshenko/3)....................... 1-1 2 16:13 Jamie MacQueen (2) (Jeff Jubinville/5, Jake Areshenko/4) ............. 2-1 12/10 (13) Denver (W, 2-1) 1 3:26 PP Jordan George (11) (Ben Kinne/3, Brad Hunt/12)............................. 1-0 3 4:03 uBen Kinne (5) (Shea Walters/5, Jordan George/4)......................... 2-0 12/16 Ala.-Huntsville (W, 3-0) 2 3:17 uJake Areshenko (2) (Brady Wacker/4, Mitch Cain/3)..................... 1-0 2 15:53 EA/DP Shea Walters (8) (Brance Orban/8, Matt Prapavessis/7)................... 2-0 3 18:54 EN Ben Kinne (6) (Aaron McLeod/5, Jordan George/5).......................... 3-0 12/17 Ala.-Huntsville (W, 5-0) 1 0:31 uAaron McLeod (5) (Jordan George/6, Brad Hunt/13).................... 1-0

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

1 12:12 PP Radoslav Illo (4) (Brady Wacker/5, Tyler Tosunian/1)........................ 2-0 2 1:16 PP Brady Wacker(3) (Brance Orban/8, Ben Kinne/4).............................. 3-0 2 15:26 PP Brad Hunt (4) (Matt Prapavessis/8, Danny Mattson/1)..................... 4-0 3 13:28 Danny Mattson (1) (unassisted)......................................................... 5-0 12/30 Bowling Green (W, 4-1) 1 17:12 Radoslav Illo (5) (Shea Walters/6)...................................................... 1-0 2 0:42 uAaron McLeod (6) (Jordan George/7)............................................ 2-0 2 14:16 Drew Fisher (3) (Brance Orban/10).................................................... 3-0 2 19:50 Ben Kinne (7) (Matt Prapavessis/9)................................................... 4-1 12/31 Bowling Green (W, 2-1) 2 14:32 Jeff Jubinville (1) (Danny Mattson/2, Jamie MacQueen/5)................ 1-1 2 19:59 uDavid Boehm (1) (Radoslav Illo/6, Shea Walters/7)....................... 2-1 1/13 at (RV) Denver (L, 6-3) 1 5:19 Kyle Brodie (1) (Brance Orban/11).................................................... 1-0 2 6:17 Jordan George (12) (Kyle Brodie/1)................................................... 2-2 3 8:38 PP Brance Orban (4) (Danny Mattson/3, Radoslav Illo/7)....................... 3-5 1/14 at (RV) Denver (L, 2-3) 1 10:50 Ben Kinne (8) (McLeod/6).................................................................. 1-0 2 2:27 PP Brady Wacker (4) (Danny Mattson/4, Radoslav Illo/8)....................... 2-1 1/27 Minnesota State (W, 2-1) 2 16:20 Danny Mattson (2) (Jake Areshenko/6.............................................. 1-1 3 9:46 uJordan George (13) (Ben Kinne/5, Aaron McLeod/7).................... 2-1 1/28 Minnesota State (L, 2-5) 2 8:55 SH David Boehm (2) (Ben Kinne/6, Jake Areshenko/7).......................... 1-1 2 16:21 Radoslav Illo (6) (David Boehm/4)..................................................... 2-3 2/3 at Nebraska-Omaha (T, 1-1 (OT)) 2 0:54 Radoslav Illo (7) (Shea Walters/8, Brad Hunt/14).............................. 1-0 2/4 at Nebraska-Omaha (W, 6-4) 1 6:33 Jordan George (14) (Ben Kinne/7, Aaron McLeod/8)........................ 1-0 1 14:50 Brance Orban (5) (Drew Fisher/1, Darcy Findlay/2)........................... 2-1 2 16:05 Sam Windle (1) (Aaron McLeod/9).................................................... 3-1 3 4:51 PP Shea Walters (9) (Brad Hunt/15, Jordan George/8)........................... 4-2 3 8:39 PP Ben Kinne (9) (Jordan George/9, Shea Walters/9)............................ 5-3 3 19:45 EN David Boehm (3) (unassited)............................................................. 6-4 2/10 (10) Colorado College 1 16:27 Aaron McLeod (7) (unassisted).......................................................... 1-0 3 1:53 Brance Orban (6) (Shea Walters/10).................................................. 2-2 3 10:11 uTyler Tosunian (1) (Brad Hunt/16, Jamie MacQueen/6)................. 3-2 3 19:30 EN Brance Orban (7) (David Boehm/5, Aaron McLeod/10).................... 4-2 2/11 (10) Colorado College 2 0:28 Jordan George (15) (Aaron McLeod/11)............................................ 1-1 2 11:22 PP uShea Walters (10) (Ben Kinne/8, Brad Hunt/17)............................ 2-1 3 0:21 Aaron McLeod (8) (Ben Kinne/9, Jordan George/10)........................ 3-1 3 11:36 Danny Mattson (3) (Jeff Jubinville/6)................................................. 4-1 2/17 (7) Minnesota (L, 3-0) None 2/18 (7) Minnesota (L 4-1) 1 17:14 PP Brad Hunt (5) (Matt Prapavessis/11, Jordan George/11).................. 1-1 2/24 Wisconsin (L, 4-2) 1 17:10 Jake Areshenko (3) (Shea Walters/11).............................................. 1-0 3 1:40 Jamie MacQueen (3) (Ben Kinne /10, Jeff Jubinville/7)..................... 2-3 2/25 Wisconsin (L, 4-2) 1 10:30 PP Ben Kinne (10) (Shea Walters/12, Brad Hunt/18............................... 1-0 2 7:39 PP Jordan George (16) (Shea Walters/13, Brad Hunt/19)....................... 2-1 3/2 at Alaska-Anchorage (W, 2-1) 1 7:46 Jordan George (17) (Aaron McLeod/12, Matt Prapavessis/12)......... 1-0 1 13:57 uJordan George (18) (Brance Orban/12, Aaron McLeod/13).......... 2-0 3/3 at Alaska-Anchorage (W, 5-4) 1 7:18 Shea Walters (11) (Radoslav Illo/9, Brady Wacker/6)........................ 1-1 2 4:39 PP Shea Walters (12) (Jordan George/12, Ben Kinne/11)...................... 2-3 2 10:13 Matt Prapavessis (1) (Aaron McLeod/14, Brance Orban/13)............ 3-3 2 15:39 PP Brance Orban (8) (Danny Mattson/5, Radoslav Illo/10)..................... 4-4 3 2:56 u Brance Orban (9) (Dan Bakala/1, Darcy Findlay/3).................... 5-4

u- game-winning goal; w- game-tying goal

19


Bemidji B

Bemidji State (1) Miami

State Hockey

5 3

Bemidji State (1) Miami

October 7, 2011 Oxford, Ohio - Steve Cady Arena Attendance : 3,406

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (1-0-0)

0

1

4

Miami (0-1-0)

1

1

1

1

2

3

Final

5

Bemidji State (1-1-0)

0

2

0

3

Miami (1-1-0)

0

1

1

First Period 8:06 MU 0-1 6x6

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

7 4

7 6

10 10

24 20

Penalties & Power Plays

Second Period 4:03 BSU 1-1 6x5 PP 10:20 BSU 2-1 6x6 12:10 MU 2-2 6x4 PP Third Period 15:05 MU 2-3 5x6 SH

BSU MU

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

2

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

0

1

0

1

3

Colo. College (1-0-0; 1-0-0)

0

2

1

3

Matt Tomassoni (1) (Czarnik, Hirschfeld)

First Period None

Shea Walters (1) (Orban, Hunt) Jordan George (1) (Kinne, Hunt) Chris Wideman (1) (Wideman, Coleman)

Second Period 0:25 CC 0-1 5x5 6:41 BSU 1-1 6x6 14:40 CC 1-2 5x5

Gabe Guentzel (1) (unassisted) Mitch Cain (1) (Orban, Areshenko) uJaden Schwartz (1) (Boivin, McDermott)

uMatt Tomassoni (2) (Vogelhuber, Schilling)

Third Period 5:45 CC 1-3 6x6

Mike Boivin (1) (Eveland, Rapuzzi)

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

10 6

5 7

6 13

21 26

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 3

12 6

1 0

0-for-2 2-for-5

.000 .400

Goaltending

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 4

12 8

0 1

1-for-4 1-for-6

.250 .167

BSU MU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (1-0-0)

3

5

9

17

60:00

3

MU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Reichard (0-1-0) Empty Net

7 -

6 -

6 0

19 0

58:55 0:46

4 1

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne George MacQueen 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F Jubinville McLeod Tosunian 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

OXFORD, Ohio (Steve Cady Arena) -- Junior forward Aaron McLeod scored twice and the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team got two goals in the final 6:10 of play to defeat No. 1 Miami University 5-3 at Steve Cady Arena in Oxford, Ohio. After a shaky first period, BSU seemed to get better as the game rolled on. The tentative Beavers got whistled for a penalty early and the RedHawks capitalized, taking a 1-0 lead on a goal just 2:10 into the game. The powerplay marker came off the backhand of Curtis McKenzie. BSU regrouped after allowing the early goal and despite trailing 1-0, held a 7-4 edge in shots on goal. Bemidji State shook the butterflies before the second period and knotted the score just 1:44 in. McLeod finished an end-to-end rush putting the puck over the shoulder of Cody Reichard for BSU’s first goal of the 2011-12 season. Sophomore Jeff Jubinville earned and assist on the play after carrying the puck into the neutral zone, fighting through a hook and put the puck on the stick of McLeod between the circles. The momentum would quickly switch ends as it took the top-ranked RedHawks just 1:32 to regain the lead (3:16). Chris Wideman funneled the puck to the net and Blake Coleman deflected it past BSU goaltender Dan Bakala and into the back of the cage. Entering the final frame trailing by a goal, the Beavers netted four goals to solidify the win. Just over five minutes in (5:08), Jake Areshenko potted his second collegiate goal unleashing a shot form the point that glanced of the left post and off the skate of MU goaltender Reichard before sliding beyond the goal line. McLeod picked up his second point of the night as he and senior defender Brad Hunt earned assisted on the scoring play. McLeod would give the Beavers their first lead of the game, 3-2, when he netted and unassisted goal at the 8:30 mark of the period, but BSU would not make it easy on itself. Drew Fisher was whistled for a penalty with 6:10 left in the game. It took 1:40, but MU connected on its second power-play of the night when Alex Wideman tucked a rebound past Bakala. Bemidji State would gain momentum and the lead less than three minutes later (18:05). Darcy Findlay intercepted a pass out of the corner and buried a backhand to put the Beavers up 4-3. BSU was called for its sixth penalty of the game immediately following the goal setting the RedHawks up on the man advantage for the final 1:50 of regulation. MU would later pull its goaltender, but David Boehm came up with the puck, found Sam Rendle and the Grand Rapids, Minn. native secured the 5-3 win with an empty-net goal. Bakala made 17 saves in the game, collecting his first win of the season (1-00). In the loss, Reichard (0-1-0) turned away 19 BSU shots and allowed four goals. Tonight’s game was a momentous occasion for three BSU players. Boehm, Matt Prapavessis and Tyler Tosunian each made their debuts for the Beavers. BSU has now won 41 of 56 season-openers all time and is 2-3-0 versus Miami, with both wins coming over the RedHawks when they carried the nations No. 1 ranking.

1

2

3

Final

8 8

9 8

9 12

26 28

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 2

8 4

0 0

0-for-2 0-for-4

.000 .000

BSU CC

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (1-1-0) Empty Net

5 -

6 -

12 0

23 0

58:57 1:03

3 0

MU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Knapp (1-0-0) Empty Net

10 0

3 0

6 0

19 0

59:48 0:07

2 0

Bemidji State Lines 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 2-2=4 pts 1-0=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 5-4=9 pts

BSU CC

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

BSU

20

October 14, 2011 Colorado Springs, Colo. - World Arena Attendance : 6,931

Scoring Summary

First Period 2:10 MU 0-1 6x5 PP Curtis McKenzie (1) (Mason) Second Period 1:44 BSU 1-1 6x6 Aaron McLeod (1) (Jubinville) 3:16 MU 1-2 6x6 Jimmy Mullin (1) (Wideman, Weber) Third Period 5:06 BSU 2-2 6x6 Jake Areshenko (1) (McLeod, Hunt) 8:30 BSU 3-2 6x6 Aaron McLeod (2) (unassisted) 15:10 MU 3-3 6x5 PP Alex Wideman (1) (Schilling, Hirschfeld) 18:05 BSU 4-3 6x6 uDarcy Findlay (1) (unassisted) 19:41 BSU 5-3 5x6 SH EN Sam Rendle (1) (Boehm)

BSU MU

Bemidji State 1 (8) Colorado College 3

October 8, 2011 Oxford, Ohio - Steve Cady Arena Attendance : 3,081

Scoring Summary

BSU MU

2 3

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (1-2-0) Empty Net

8 -

6 -

11 0

25 0

57:59 2:01

3 0

CC

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Joe Howe (1-0-0)

8

8

9

25

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines

1F Kinne George MacQueen 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F Jubinville McLeod Tosunian 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

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

OXFORD, Ohio (Steve Cady Arena) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team went toe-to-toe with the nation’s top-ranked team, Miami University, for 55 minutes Saturday, but a short-handed goal by Matt Tomassoni in the game’s final minutes proved too much as the RedHawks earned a 3-2 victory to split in the season-opening, nonconference series in Oxford, Ohio. Bemidji State alternate captain Brad Hunt collected a pair of assists, his second and third of 2011-12, in the game to lead the Beavers and BSU converted its first power-play goal in six chances this season, but it was special teams situations that ultimately cost BSU the game. The Beavers put the RedHawks on a 5-on-3 power-play opportunity late in the second frame to allow MU to tied the score 2-2 and a power-play miscue led to the short-handed, go-ahead goal with just under five minutes to go in the third. For the second consecutive night, Miami was the first to light the scoreboard. Tomassoni took a pass from Austin Czarnik and beat BSU goaltender Dan Bakala at the 8:06 mark of the first period to put MU up 1-0. Trailing 1-0 to open the second period, Shea Walters collected a loose puck on the doorstep and buried his first goal of the season. Hunt got the play started with a shot form the blueline. Orban picked up the shot off the boards and left it in front for Walters and the Beavers converted their first power-play chance of the season. Just over six minutes later (10:20) the Beavers took the lead, 2-1, when Jordan George put a rebound past the Miami goaltender Connor Knapp for his first tally of 2011. Captain Ben Kinne and Hunt were credited with assists on the play. Following the goal BSU’s Radoslav Illo and Jake Areshenko were called for slashing penalties separated by just 14 seconds to gave the RedHawks a 1:46 5-on-3 opportunity. Miami took full advantage of the chance scoring the equalizing goal just 63 seconds later on a Chris Wideman slapshot from the blueline. With 5:26 to play and the score knotted at 2-2, the Beavers got the break it needed when Steven Spinell was whistled for slashing. The penalty supplied the Beavers with their fourth power-play opportunity of the evening. But it was the RedHawks that would use the opportunity to snatched the lead. When Matt Prapavessis fell trying to keep the puck in the zone, MU’s Trent Vogelhuber picked up the puck and led the short-handed rush with a shot. Bakala made the initial save, but Tomassoni was there to put the rebound past the BSU goaltender and give the nation’s top-ranked team the lead for good. As time wound down, the Beavers pulled Bakala for an extra attacker, but were unable to score to force overtime. Bakala finished with 23 saves in 58:57 of action. He allowed three goals as his record evens at 1-1-0 on the season. Each teamed completed the night 1-for-4 on the man advantage, with MU’s short-handed marker standing as the decisive goal. BSU his now 2-4-0 versus Miami all-time.

1F Jubinville George Boehm 2F Illo Walters MacQueen 3F Kinne McLeod Mattson 4F Orban Fisher McCain 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

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

Colorado Springs, Colo. (World Arena) -- Bemidji State University newcomer Mitch Cain netted a goal in his first collegiate game, but that was all the offense the Beavers could muster as No. 8 Colorado College capitalized on a pair of turnovers to spoil BSU’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association opener, 3-1, Friday at World Arena in Colorado Springs, Colo. After playing 20 minutes without a goal, the teams combined for three goals in the second, CC took a 2-1 advantage into the third period and would not look back adding a third goal early in the third period to put the game out of reach. The Tigers seemed to multiply the effect of the extra space on its 200-by100-foot Olympic ice sheet scoring a pair of 4-on-4 goals in the game. The Beavers and Tigers used a large portion of the first period to feel each other out. The teams finished the period with eight shots on goal apiece and the score locked at 0-0. Colorado College came out of the first intermission as the clear aggressors putting four of the first five shots on net. The teams began the period playing 4-on-4 and it took CC just 25 seconds to take the first lead of the game. Gabe Guentzel capitalized on a BSU turnover netting a goal on a slapshot from the blueline. The Beavers climbed back into the game, knotting the score at 1-1 at the 6:41 mark. BSU newcomer Cain was rewarded for persistence after crashing the net and slipping a rebound past CC goaltender Joe Howe. In his collegiate debut, the goal stands as the first of Cain’s BSU career. Jake Areshenko funneled the puck toward the net and Brance Orban, who centered the puck to the slot, were credited with assists on the scoring play. CC regained the lead, 2-1, eight minutes later (14:40) on its second 4-on4 goal of the game. Jaden Schwartz scored his first goal of the season after holding the puck long enough to force BSU goaltender Dan Bakala to commit and buried a shot in the virtually open net. The Tigers’ lead swelled to 3-1 at the 5:45 mark of the third period. Defender Michael Boivin beat Bakala with a backhand from the left circle. With 2:00 minutes left in regulation, BSU Head Coach Tom Serratore pulled BSU’s goaltender in favor of an extra attacker and just moments into play, the tactic resulted in a Brad Hunt slap shot ringing off the left post, but that was as close as the Beavers would come. Although the team held the puck in the zone for all but the final 10 seconds, it was unable to get the puck through traffic to find the back of the net. Bakala was tested often tonight. He made 25 saves and helped the BSU penalty-kill unit hold a high-octane offensive CC team scoreless on four powerplay opportunities. He falls to 1-2-0 on the season. Howe earned the win turning away 25 of 26 BSU shots. In addition to Cain, tonight’s game was one to remember for Danny Mattson also made his debut in the green and white. The BSU-CC series is now at 4-2-1 all-time, while CC owns a 4-1-0 advantage versus the Beavers in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y Bemidji State 4 (8) Colorado College 6

Michigan Tech Bemidji State

October 14, 2011 Colorado Springs, Colo. - World Arena Attendance : 7,595

October 21, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,407

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (1-3-0; 0-2-0)

2

2

0

Colo. College (2-0-0; 2-0-0)

1

2

3

1

2

3

Final

4

Michigan Tech (4-1-0; 2-1-0)

3

0

2

6

Bemidji State (2-3-0; 1-2-0)

4

1

1

Rylan Schwartz (1) (Winkler, Schwartz) Ben Kinne (1) (Walters, Illo) Rylan Schwartz (2) (Guentzel, Boivin) Radoslav Illo (1) (Orban, Walters)

Third Period 5:45 CC 4-4 6x6 Nick Dineen (1) (Marciano) 10:19 CC 4-5 6x6 uRylan Schwartz (3) (Winkler, Schwartz) 19:27 CC 4-6 6x6 EN Jaden Schwartz (2) (Winkler)

Shots on Goal BSU CC

Second Period 10:32 BSU 3-5 6x6 Third Period 8:15 BSU 3-6 6x6 11:17 MTU 4-6 6x6 19:27 MTU 5-6 5x6

2

3

Final

10 13

8 13

11 13

29 39

MTU BSU

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

5

Michigan Tech (4-2-0; 2-2-0)

1

0

0

1

6

Bemidji State (3-3-0; 2-2-0)

0

2

1

3

Ben Kinne (2) (George, Prapavessis) Carl Nielsen (1) (Olson) David Johnstone (1) (Johnstone) Blake Pietila (3) (Olson) Jordan George (2) (Rendle, Cain) Jordan George (3) (Hunt, Prapavessis) Brance Orban (1) (MacQueen, Walters)

uBrad Hunt (1) (McLeod, Areshenko) Alex MacLeod (1) (Seigo, Johnstone) Steven Seigo (2) (Olson)

1

2

3

Final

6 16

10 9

7 9

23 34

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 5

8 10

0 0

3-for-4 1-for-3

.750 .333

Goaltending

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 6

25 12

0 0

0-for-3 1-for-6

.333 .167

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dugas (0-1-0) Empty Net

12 -

11 -

10 0

33 0

59:50 0:10

5 1

CC

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Thorimbert Howe (2-0-0)

8 -

6 -

11

14 11

40:00 20:00

4 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F George Jubinville Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Kinne McLeod Tosunian 4F MacQueen Fisher Cain 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (World Arena) -- Holding the lead on four different occasions, which included a 4-3 edge to open the third period, the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team saw No. 8 Colorado College score three unanswered goals during the final 20 minutes as the Tigers outlasted the Beavers to gain a 6-4 victory and a series sweep. Shea Walters and Radoslav Illo each posted career nights for the Beavers recording a goal to go with two assists, while Brance Orban added a pair of assists, but BSU was unable to match the firepower on the CC line up. On the strength of a hat trick from Ryan Schwartz and three points (12=3) from brother Jaden and Scott Winkler, the Tigers’ potent offense was too much for the Beavers down the stretch. Bemidji State drew first blood for the first time all season when Walters put a rebound back from the left post on the power play. Illo, who took the initial shot, and Orban were credited with assists on the play. A delayed-penalty situation allowed CC even the score at the 11:34 mark of the first period. Jeff Collett wrapped around the goal and stuffed the puck past BSU goaltender Mathieu Dugas, who was in the net for his first start of the season. The Beavers regained the lead at the 16:08 mark on a tremendous effort by newcomer Mitch Cain. The rookie picked up the puck on BSU’s own blue line and skated into the offensive zone before getting a backhand off the pads of the CC goalie. Linemate Drew Fisher followed on the play and pocketed the rebound to give the Beavers a 2-1 lead. Despite trailing 13-9 in shots on goal, the Beavers took a 2-1 lead into the locker room after 20 minutes of play. The lead would last only 37 seconds. CC won the second period’s opening face off and when Winkler deflected a shot off R. Schwartz’s skate in front and past Dugas. BSU used its third power-play opportunity to regain the lead. Ben Kinne buried a one-timer from the top of the left circle with just 12 seconds left on the man advantage. The goal was the first of the season for Kinne and the first since he scored Mar. 13, 2010. The junior sat out the entire 2010-11 season after suffering a stroke. After R. Schwartz knotted the score at 3-3 15:54 into the second, BSU capitalized on its fourth power-play chance. Illo netted his first goal of the season and his third point of the night when a blistering slap shot from the point found its way through traffic at the 18:19 mark. Orban and Walters were credited with assists on the scoring play giving each his second assist of the evening. After 40 minutes and four goals allowed, Colorado College head coach Scott Owens elected to pull goaltender Josh Thorimbert for Joe Howe to begin the third period. The change served as a spark for the Tigers. Howe posted a perfect 11-save period and gained the win in net as the CC attack potted a trio of goals. Dugas was tagged with the loss after allowing five goals, but posted 33 saves in 59:50 between the pipes in his first appearance since a Jan. 22, 2011 start versus St. Cloud State University. Following the loss, BSU trails CC in the all-time series 2-5-1, while CC owns a 5-1-0 advantage versus the Beavers in Colorado Springs, Colo.

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Robinson (3-1-0) Empty Net

12 -

8 -

8 0

28 0

59:35 0:25

6 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala Walsh (1-0-0)

1 2

10

5

1 17

12:49 47:11

3 2

1F Kinne George Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Jubinville McLeod Tosunian 4F MacQueen Fisher Cain 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

Third Period 12:26 BSU 1-3 6x6

Drew Fisher (2) (MacQueen, Prapavessis)

Shots on Goal MTU BSU

1

2

3

Final

12 5

9 7

11 4

32 16

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

8 4

24 8

0 0

0-for-4 2-for-7

.000 .286

MTU BSU

MTU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Genoe (1-1-0) Empty Net

5 0

5 0

3 0

13 0

59:29 0:31

3 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Walsh (2-0-0)

11

9

11

31

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines 3-1=4 pts 2-1=3 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-2=2 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-3=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 6-10=16 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team battled back from a two-goal deficit early and held off a late rally to hand Michigan Technological University its first loss of the season 6-5 in the Beavers’ 2011-12 home-opener Friday evening at Sanford Center. Eleven different BSU players found the scoring column in the game, led by Jordan George and Brance Orban, who each netted two goals, and Matt Prapavessis who posted a career-high two assists. Junior captain Ben Kinne opened an action-packed first period that saw seven goals scored with is second lamplighter of the season at the 2:51 mark on a wrist shot from between the circles. George and Prapavessis were credited with assists on the play. Carl Nielsen tied the score 6:17 mark sparking a run of three goals by the Huskies, including tallies by David Johnstone and Blake Pietila, to take a 3-1 lead 12:49 into the first. Following MTU’s third goal, BSU head coach Tom Serratore quickly pulled goaltender starting goaltender Dan Bakala and inserted Andrew Walsh. The move proved to stir a BSU comeback as the newcomer’s teammates responded by potting three goals during the final four minutes of the period and took a 4-3 advantage into the first intermission. George started the flurry with his second goal of the season at the 16:52 mark. He added a rebound goal from the right post 56 seconds later (17:48) to knot the score at 3-3 before Orban finished a nifty display of power-play passing from Jamie MacQueen and Shea Walters as the Beavers’ regained the lead, 4-3, with just 1:16 remaining in the first period. Bemidji State’s lead swelled to two goals on an unassisted marker by Orban at the 10:32 mark of the second frame. Leading 5-3 to open the third period, the Beavers scored their fifth unanswered goal 8:17 mark. Brad Hunt recorded the first goal of his senior season on a slapshot from the point just moments after the Beavers’ fifth power-play opportunity of the evening had expired. Three minutes later, the Huskies reeled the Beavers to within two goals, 6-4, when Alex McLeod collected a Steven Seigo attempt that rung off the right post and deposited it into the back of the net for his first of the 2011-12 season. The Huskies put the Beavers on the ropes late as Seigo added a goal through traffic with 33 seconds remaining. MTU would pull its goaltender in the game’s final moments and would generate two quality scoring changes with the extra attacker, but was unable to penetrate the goal as the Beavers escaped with a 6-5 victory. BSU out shot the Huskies 34-23 and went 1-for-6 on the power play, while its penalty-kill unit was flawless snuffing out all four of MTU’s power-play opportunities. Walsh posted 17 saves and allowed two goals in relief of Bakala. The rookie gained the victory in his collegiate debut. Josh Robinson was tagged with the loss after he allowed all six of the Beavers’ goals. He turned away 28 BSU shots in the game as he fell to 4-1-0 on the season.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

Alex MacLeod (2) (Johnstone, Stebner)

Second Period 9:41 BSU 1-1 6x5 PP Shea Walters (3) (Kinne) 18:54 BSU 1-2 6x5 PP uBen Kinne (3) (Orban, Illo)

Goaltending

MTU

Bemidji State Lines 0-0=0 pts 2-6=8 pts 1-0=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-7=11 pts

First Period 7:56 MTU 1-0 6x6

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen MTU BSU

5 6

Brance Orban (2) (unassisted)

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays BSU CC

First Period 2:51 BSU 0-1 6x6 6:17 MTU 1-1 6x6 11:33 MTU 2-1 6x6 12:49 MTU 3-1 6x6 16:52 BSU 3-2 5x5 17:48 BSU 3-3 5x5 18:44 BSU 3-4 6x5 PP

Michigan Tech Bemidji State October 22, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,449

Scoring Summary

First Period 9:11 BSU 1-0 6x5 PP Shea Walters (2) (Illo, Orban) 11:34 CC 1-1 6x6 Jeff Collett (1) (Civitarese, Harstad) 16:08 BSU 2-1 6x6 Drew Fisher (1) (Cain) Second Period 0:37 CC 2-2 6x6 9:09 BSU 3-2 6x5 PP 15:54 CC 3-3 6x5 PP 19:19 BSU 4-3 6x5 PP

5 6

1F Kinne George Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Jubinville McLeod Mattson 4F MacQueen Fisher Cain 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Windle Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Rookie goaltender Andrew Walsh turned away 31 Michigan Technological University shots, while captain Ben Kinne recorded a goal an assist to lead the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 3-1 victory Saturday at Sanford Center. The win allows the Beavers to complete the series sweep of the Huskies. The Beavers found themselves down 1-0 after a sluggish first period, but bounced back in the second to net a pair of goals and used a solid defensive effort to even its record at 3-3-0 on the season and 2-2-0 in league play. The Huskies’ persistent play in the first led to an early 1-0 lead. Alex McLeod forced a rebound under the pads of Walsh at the 7:56 mark and finished the period with a 12-5 lead in shots on goal. Whistled for five penalties in the second period, Michigan Tech found itself short a man for 6:10 and an energized Beavers’ line up made the Huskies pay. BSU posted a pair of power-play markers in four opportunities and skated out of the second with a 2-1 advantage. Just 33 seconds into Bemidji State’s second man advantage opportunity of the evening (9:41), Shea Walters took a pass from Kinne to knot the score at 1-1 with the third goal of his senior campaign. The Beavers gained a 2-1 lead at the 18:54 mark on Kinne’s third marker of the season. Radoslav Illo collected the puck on the neutral zone changed directions and found Brance Orban on the blueline. Orban shifted the puck to Kinne streaking down the slot and the junior converted the one-on-one opportunity on the power-play. Bemidji State would add another goal at the 12:26 mark of the third period on Drew Fisher’s second marker of the season and Walsh would take care of the rest. Despite being out shot 32-16 in the game, BSU pulled out the victory. Walsh recorded 31 saves and allowed just one goal collecting a win in his first collegiate start. He improves to 2-0-0 on the season. BSU finished the game 2-for-7 on the power-play, while its penalty-kill unit was flawless killing all four of the Huskies man advantage opportunities. The win extends the Beavers’ unbeaten streak versus the Huskies to six games (5-0-1) as BSU improved to 5-2-1 in the all-time BSU/MTU series. BSU is a perfect 4-0-0 versus Michigan Tech in games played in Bemidji, Minn.

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Bemidji B

Bemidji State 2 (15) Minnesota Duluth 6

Bemidji State 0 (15) Minnesota Duluth 1

Bemidji State 3 (13) Lake Superior State 2

October 28, 2011 Duluth, Minn. - AMSOIL Arena Attendance : 6,111

October 28, 2011 Duluth, Minn. - AMSOIL Arena Attendance : 6,111

November 4, 2011 Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. - Taffy Abel Arena Attendance : 2,011

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (3-4-0; 2-3-0)

2

0

0

Minnesota Duluth (3-3-1; 1-2-0)

2

2

2

First Period 6:21 BSU 1-0 7:26 BSU 2-0 8:21 UMD 2-1 13:24 UMD 2-2

6x6 6x6 6x6 6x6

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

2

Bemidji State (3-5-0; 2-4-0)

0

0

0

6

Minnesota Duluth (4-3-1; 2-2-0)

0

0

1

Brad Hunt (2) (Jubinville, McLeod) Jordan George (4) (Boehm) Wade Bergman (1) (Brown, Connolly) J.T. Brown (3) (Casto)

Second Period 8:15 UMD 2-3 6x6 9:32 UMD 2-4 6x6 Third Period 7:11 UMD 2-5 6x5 PP 11:07 UMD 2-6 6x6

uKeegan Flaherty (3) (DeLisle) Chris Casto (1) (Herbert, Crandall)

2

3

0

Bemidji State (4-5-0)

2

0

0

1

3

1

Lake Superior State (7-2-0)

0

1

1

0

2

First Period None

First Period 4:24 BSU 1-0 6x6 14:51 BSU 2-0 6x6

Second Period None Third Period 11:21 UMD 0-1 6x5 PP uJack Connolly (3) (Seidel, Lamb)

Jamie MacQueen (1) (unassisted) Shea Walters (4) (Hunt, Findlay)

Second Period 7:09 LSSU 2-1 6x6 Third Period 6:53 LSSU 2-2 6x6

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

5 15

4 12

8 13

17 40

Kevin Czuczman (1) (Campbell) Buddy Robinson (1) (Trotman) uJordan George (5) (Boehm, Wacker)

BSU UMD

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

8 6

11 13

4 9

23 28

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 3

12 6

0 0

0-for-2 1-for-5

.000 .200

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 4

25 8

0 0

0-for-2 1-for-5

.000 .200

BSU UMD

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Walsh (2-1-0)

13

10

11

34

60:00

6

UMD

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Reiter (3-2-1) Empty Net

3 -

4 -

8 0

15 0

60:00 0:46

2 1

Bemidji State Lines

DULUTH, Minn. (AMSOIL Arena) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team netted goals on its first two shots of the night, but the defending national champion University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs responded with six unanswered goals to earn a 6-2 victory over the beavers Friday in the Beavers first trip to AMSOIL Arena. The early 2-0 deficit served as a wake up call as the Bulldogs as UMD would go on to dominate play, out shooting the Beavers 40 -17 in the game. The Beavers’ first goal came just 6:21 into the first period when Brad Hunt followed Jeff Jubinville and Aaron McLeod the net and put the puck past UMD goaltender Kenny Reiter for his second goal of the season. McLeod and Jubinville were credited with assists on the scoring play. BSU built a two-goal lead 65 seconds later. David Boehm found Jordan George behind the Bulldogs’ back line. George carried the puck into the zone and got a shot off. Reiter got a piece of it, but the puck trickled across the goal line for the junior’s third goal in the last three games. But the BSU lead would not last long. Out shot 15-5 in the first period, freshman goaltender Andrew Walsh, making his second collegiate start, was tested early and often and both UMD goals in the frame came when BSU was unable to corral rebounds. The first came at 8:21 when Walsh turned away four point-blank Bulldog shots, but Wade Bergman netted a goal form the right post when the Beavers were unable to clear the puck. The second came at the 13:24 mark of the period when J.T. Brown slipped a rebound past Walsh to tie the game at 2-2. The Bulldogs took their first lead of the game at the 8:15 mark of the second period. After killing a pair of UMD power-plays, in the opening moments of the period, Keegan Flaherty slid the puck between the skates of Walsh to put the Bulldogs up 3-2 and the defending champs would not look back. Just 77 second later, Chris Casto scored his first collegiate goal to put the Bulldogs up 4-2 heading into the third period. The Bulldogs took a 5-2 when Brady Lamb converted the Bulldogs’ first power-play goal of the evening at the 7:11 mark of the third. The goal came with just two second remaining on UMD’s fifth man advantage opportunity of the game, snapping a string of 11 consecutive penalties killed by BSU. UMD finished the game 1-for-5 on the power-play, while holding the Beavers scoreless on their only two power-play opportunities of the night. The Bulldogs finally build a four-goal lead, 6-2, at the 11:07 mark of the third when Jack Connolly capped and end-to-end individual effort with a wrist shot that found the back of the net. Walsh made 34 saves in the game, but allowed six UMD goals and was tagged with the loss. He falls to 2-1-0 on the season. On the other end of the ice Reiter stopped 15 of 17 BSU shots to gain the win. He improves to 3-2-1 in 2011-12. The victory gives the Bulldogs a 20-10-1 record in the all-time series, while BSU is 8-5-1 in the last 14 meetings.

1

2

3

OT

6 7

6 10

12 8

2 1

Final 26 26

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 2

6 4

0 0

0-for-2 0-for-3

.000 .000

BSU LSSU

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Tot

Min

Bakala (1-3-0) Empty Net

6 -

13 -

8 0

27 0

59:04 0:56

1 0

Bakala (2-3-0)

7

9

7

1

24

64:19

2

LSSU

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

UMD

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Kapalka (7-2-0)

4

6

12

1

23

64:19

3

Reiter (4-2-1)

8

11

4

23

60:00

0

Bemidji State Lines 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

BSU LSSU

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

BSU

1F Kinne George Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Jubinville McLeod Tosunian 4F MacQueen Fisher Cain 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

OT Final

Goaltending

22

1

Brady Lamb (1) (Oleksuk, Connolly) Jack Connolly (2) (Bergman)

Penalties & Power Plays BSU UMD

Scoring Summary

Overtime Period 4:19 BSU 3-2 6x6

Shots on Goal BSU UMD

State Hockey

BSU

1

2

3

ot

GA

Bemidji State Lines

1F Kinne George Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Jubinville McLeod Findlay 4F MacQueen Fisher Cain 1D Areshenko Hunt 2D Rendle Prapavessis 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line 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

DULUTH, Minn. (AMSOIL Arena) -- No. 15 University of Minnesota Duluth earned a 1-0 victory versus the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team Saturday in a true defensive battle at AMSOIL Arena. It took more than 51 minutes of play, but Jack Connolly would net a power-play goal at the 11:21 mark of the third period to break a scoreless tie and give Minnesota Duluth all the offense it would need as the Bulldogs’ goaltender Kenny Reiter would turn away all 25 Bemidji State shots for his first shutout of 2011-12. After allowing the UMD to pepper Friday’s goaltender Andrew Walsh (Fr., G, Dawson Creek, British Columbia) with 40 shots as the team surrendered six goals, the Beavers bounced back Saturday with a solid defensive effort, but were unable to capitalize on any offensive opportunities. Tied 0-0 at the end of 20 minutes of play, the Beavers held an 8-6 advantage in shots on goal. The stalemate continued through the end of the second period, however, UMD out shot BSU 13-11. BSU got its best scoring chance of the night at the 8:58 mark of the second when Luke McManus hauled Brance Orban (Jr., F, Lethbridge, Alberta) down in the act of shooting. The officials awarded Orban with a penalty shot, but Reiter kicked the attempt to the side to send the teams into the final 20 minutes of regulation with the score tied 0-0 with each team having 19 shots on goal. Minnesota Duluth looked to get the break it would need to pull ahead early in the third. Just 43 seconds in, BSU senior forward Darcy Findlay (Bristol, Quebec), who was skating in his first game since suffering an injury in the Beavers’ Oct. 8 contest at Miami University, was whistled for a major penalty and game misconduct, setting the Bulldogs up with a five-minute power-play opportunity. But BSU responded, holding UMD scoreless and allowing the Bulldogs just one shot on goal during the opportunity. The kill, swung momentum in BSU’s favor, but it was unable to take advantage. Four minutes and 41 seconds later, Bemidji State again found itself down a man when David Boehm (Jr., F, Naples, Fla.) was booked for tripping. The penalty put the Bulldogs on the power-play for the fifth time and it would take them just 51 seconds for them to find the back of the net. For the second consecutive night, UMD finished 1-of-5 on the power-play, while BSU had nothing to show for its two man advantage opportunities. After allowing the Beavers to score on their first two shots in the series, the Minnesota Duluth goaltender stopped BSU’s next 40 shots and held the Beavers scoreless for the final 112:54 of the series as he backstopped the Bulldogs to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) series sweep. Reiter’s shutout stands as the first rime BSU has been held scoreless since a 2-0 loss at Wisconsin Dec. 11, 2010. The last time BSU lost a 1-0 game was Dec. 15, 2007 versus Minnesota State. BSU goaltender Dan Bakala (Sr., Calgary, Alberta) posted 27 saves in his return to the line up. He allowed the game’s only goal and was pegged with the loss. He falls to 1-3-0 on the season. The victory gives the Bulldogs a 21-10-1 record in the all-time series, while BSU still holds an 8-6-1 advantage in the last 15 meetings.

1F Kinne George Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Jubinville McLeod Findlay 4F MacQueen Fisher McCain 1D Areshenko Wacker 2D Hunt Prapavessis 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

SAULT SAINTE MARIE, Mich. (Taffy Abel Arena) -- Jordan George scored with 41.1 seconds left in overtime to lift the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 3-2 nonconference victory over No. 13 Lake Superior State University Friday night at Taffy Abel Arena in Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. Despite being out played for large portions of the first and second periods, the Beavers bucked down late and got the bounce when it mattered escaping with a series-opening victory. The Beavers hand the Lakers their second loss of the season (7-2-0), while improving to 4-5-0 on the season. Bemidji State struggled to generate offensive opportunities early, but when the Beavers got a chance, they capitalized. BSU scored on its first shot of the game and would add another goal on its third shot, taking a 2-0 over the nationally-ranked Lakers just 14:51 into the game. Jamie MacQueen got the Beavers on the board. He took a deflected shot from end to end for his first goal of the season 4:24 after the opening faceoff. At the 14:51 mark of the first, Shea Walters netted his fourth goal of 201112 when he corralled a loose puck on the back door and put it past the LSSU goaltender to put BSU up 2-0. Darcy Findlay and Brad Hunt were credited with assists on the play. Trailing 2-0 after 20 minutes of play, the No. 13 Lakers battled back in the second out shooting the Beavers 10-6 and scoring the only goal of the period on a shot from Kevin Czuczman. Momentum swung in BSU’s favor in the third. The Beavers sustained pressure in their offensive zone and created their own opportunities on a regular basis for the first time all night. BSU finished the period with a 12-8 advantage in shots, but at the 6:53 mark of the third, Lake Superior State added another even-strength goal to send the Beavers to overtime for the first time this season. With the score knotted at 2-2 and less than a minute to play in overtime, the Lakers had one of their best scoring opportunities of the night, but Dan Bakala stood tall despite playing without his stick. He made the save and swatted the puck out of the crease with his blocker. Brady Wacker collected the puck and made a pass to David Boehm which set up the eventual gamewinning goal by George. Bakala finished the night with 24 saves to gain his second victory of 201112 and improve to 2-3-0 in the season. He also backstopped a BSU penalty-kill unit which held the Lakers scoreless in three opportunities (0-3). Kevin Kapalka turned aside 23 BSU shots in the loss. He falls to 7-2-0. Although BSU won the game, it still trails the Lakers in the all-time series. LSSU continues to hold a 21-17-2 advantage ince the series began in 1966, which includes a 10-9-1 record versus the Beavers in Sault Sainte Marie, Mich.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y Bemidji State 1 (13) Lake Superior State 2

Nebraska-Omaha 3 Bemidji State 3

Nebraska-Omaha 5 Bemidji State 1

November 5, 2011 Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. - Taffy Abel Arena Attendance : 2,038

November 11, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,393

November 12, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,343

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

Bemidji State (4-6-0)

0

1

0

1

Lake Superior State (8-2-0)

1

0

1

2

First Period 2:03 LSSU 0-1 6x5 PP Zach Trotman (4) (Cassiani, Monardo) Second Period 14:22 BSU 1-1 6x6 Shea Walters (5) (Illo, Orban) Third Period 3:18 LSSU 1-2 6x6 uKyle Pobur (1) (Ciotti)

1

2

3

Neb.-Omaha (5-5-1; 4-2-1)

1

2

0

0

3

Bemidji State (4-6-1; 2-4-1)

1

1

1

0

3

First Period 7:48 UNO 1-0 6x6 15:51 BSU 1-1 6x6

Brady Wacker (1) (unassisted) Terry Broadhurst (9) (Aneloski, White) Jayson Megna (4) (Gwidt, Archibald) wJordan George (6) (Prapavessis, Hunt)

Overtime Period None

Shots on Goal BSU LSSU

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

1 18

7 5

13 6

21 29

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 3

8 6

0 0

0-for-3 1-for-4

.000 .250

2

3

OT

Goaltending

15 6

16 10

10 9

2 0

43 25

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

2 5

4 10

0 0

1-for-5 0-for-2

.200 .000

Goaltending 2

3

Tot

Min

GA

UNO

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

17

1

5

2

5

3

27

Tot

58:30

Min

2

GA

Massa (1-2-1) Empty Net

5 -

7 0

8 0

0 0

22 0

59:57 0:03

3 0

Murdock (1-0-0)

1

6

13

20

60:00

1

BSU

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (2-3-1) Empty Net

14 -

14 -

10 0

0 0

38 0

58:30 0:32

3 0

1F Kinne George Boehm 2F Illo Walters Orban 3F Tosunian McLeod Findlay 4F MacQueen Fisher Hartmann 1D Areshenko Wacker 2D Hunt Prapavessis 3D Brodie Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

SAULT SAINTE MARIE, Mich. (Taffy Abel Arena) -- No. 13 Lake Superior State University dominated play early and clung to a one-goal lead late to salvage a 2-1 victory over the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team and a nonconference series split at Taffy Abel Arena in Sault Sainte Marie, Mich. Saturday. For the second straight night, the Beavers were sluggish out of the gates, but tonight, Lake Superior State took a 1-0 lead into the first intermission to prove it. Just 1:13 into the game, Jake Areshenko was whistled for hooking, setting the Lakers up on their first power-play opportunity of the evening. Zach Trotman would convert on the man advantage opportunity 50 seconds later (2:03). In addition to the 1-0 lead, LSSU took an 18-1 edge in shots into the locker room after 20 minutes of play. Clutching a one-goal lead, the Lakers again went on the power-play 4:13 into the second period, but this time the short-handed situation served as a wake up call for the Beavers. BSU got a solid short-handed scoring opportunity during the LSSU power-play chance and would go on to get 11 shots off during the course of the next eight minutes capped by a goal. BSU’s only tally of the game came off the stick of Shea Walters at the 14:22 mark of the second period to knot the score at 1-1. Radoslav Illo got the scoring play started with a staunch forecheck to punch the puck to Brance Orban on the wing, who found Walters on the doorstep. The goal was Walters’ fifth of the season marking a new single-season high for the senior. The Beavers controlled play for a large portion of the third period, out shooting the Lakers 13-6, but it was LSSU that would score the only goal of theperiod to secure the win. Kyle Pobur corralled a loose puck off a BSU turnover and skated virtually end-to-end to score the game-winning goal at the 3:18 mark of the period. With just under six minutes to play, the Beavers looked to have the score evened at 2-2, but a review of the goal showed a BSU player was in the crease and the goal was waved off. BSU would make one more push to extend the game to overtime pulling its goaltender with 90 seconds to play. The Beavers attempted five shots and applied sustained pressure with the extra attacker, but were unable to come up with a goal to show for it. Out shot 29-21 in the game, including a 23-8 differential after 40 minutes, Bemidji State’s Andrew Walsh turned away 27 shots but was tagged with the loss after allowing both Lakers’ goals. His record moves to 2-2-0 on the season. In his first collegiate start, LSSU goaltender Kevin Murdock made 20 saves to pick up his first victory in a Laker uniform. The BSU power-play unit was held scoreless for the third straight game going 0-for-2 on the man advantage. Netting the first goal of the game, LSSU was 1-for-4 on the man advantage.

1F Kinne Walters George 2F Illo Fisher Orban 3F Boehm McLeod Findlay 4F MacQueen Rudy Cain 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Rendle Windle 3D Areshenko Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

1

1

3

5

Bemidji State (4-7-1; 2-5-1)

0

1

0

1

Jaycob Megna (1) (Megna, Sustr)

Second Period 5:24 BSU 1-1 6x6 8:02 UNO 2-1 5x5 Third Period 3:06 UNO 3-1 6x5 PP 15:48 UNO 4-1 6x6 EN 16:44 UNO 5-1 6x6

Darcy Findlay (2) (Hunt, Prapavessis) uTerry Broadhurst (10) (Walters) Terry Broadhurst (11) (Hudson, Megna) Josh Archibald (5) (Walters, Aneloski) Brent Gwidt (2) (Archibald, Sustr)

UNO BSU

1

2

3

Final

8 9

18 5

15 7

41 21

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 5

8 10

0 0

1-for-5 0-for-6

.200 .000

UNO BSU

UNO

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Falkner (4-3-0) Empty Net

9 -

4 -

7 0

20 0

59:58 0:02

1 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (2-4-1) Empty Net

7 -

17 -

12 0

36 0

59:32 0:28

4 1

Bemidji State Lines 2-1=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-3=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 3-4=7 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Junior forward Jordan George scored with 58 seconds left in regulation to force overtime and the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team would escape with a 3-3 tie versus the University of Nebraska-Omaha Friday at Sanford Center. Opening the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) series with a tie, the Beavers’ move to 4-6-1 overall and 2-4-1 in league play, while extending its unbeaten streak versus the Mavericks to seven games (5-0-2)--dating back to Feb. 27, 2009. Widely out played for long stretches all night, the Beavers were out shot 43-25, which included a 15-6 deficit during the first 20 minutes of play alone. UNO took the Sanford Center crowd out of the game early. Josh Archibald scored his fourth goal of the season to put the Mavericks up 1-0 just 7:48 after the opening face off. The Beavers began to crawl back into the game with an even-strength goal from Ben Kinne at the 15:51 mark. George and Brad Hunt (Sr., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) were credited with assists on the play, sending the teams into the first intermission tied 1-1. The Beavers took their first and only lead of the game just 45 seconds into the second period. Brady Wacker deposited his first goal of the season, and second of his career, on a shot through traffic from the point after picking off an attempt to clear the puck by the Mavericks. UNO again tied the game, 2-2, at the 7:58 mark of the third period on Terry Broadhurst’s team-leading ninth goal of the season, collecting a Matt White shot attempt off the back wall and found the back of the net from the right post. Jayson Megna gave the Mavericks a 3-2 lead to finish the second period lighting the lamp on a deflection in front of the net with just two seconds left in the stanza. BSU would trail Nebraska-Omaha for the first 19 minutes of the final frame, but when Hunt played the puck around the back of the net to Matt Prapavessis who found George streaking with a tape-to-tape, 100-foot pass that led to the junior’s team-leading sixth goal of the season. George and Hunt led the Beavers with two points apiece. George finished with a goal and an assist, while Hunt posted a pair of helpers. Dan Bakala turned aside a season-high 40 sots to backstop the Beavers to the tie. He moves to 2-3-1 on the season. BSU came up dry on its two power-play opportunities (0-2), while the Beaver penalty-kill continues to play well snuffing out four of the Mavericks’ five man advantage opportunities. Bemidji State continues to cling to the slimmest advantage in the all-time series (6-5-2), while it remains unbeaten on its home ice in 2011-12 (2-0-1).

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

Neb.-Omaha (6-5-1; 5-2-1)

Goaltending

1

Walsh (2-2-0)

Bemidji State Lines

Final

Penalties & Power Plays

Min

BSU LSSU

3

Final

Pen UNO BSU

2

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU LSSU

UNO BSU

1

First Period 12:59 UNO 1-0 6x6

Josh Archibald (4) (Megna, Gwidt) Ben Kinne (4) (George, Hunt)

Second Period 0:45 BSU 1-2 6x6 7:58 UNO 2-2 6x5 PP 19:58 UNO 3-2 6x6 Third Period 19:02 BSU 3-3 6x6 EA

OT Final Scoring Summary

1F Kinne Walters George 2F MacQueen Fisher Findlay 3F Jubinville McLeod Boehm 4F Orban Cain Mattson 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Rendle Windle 3D Areshenko Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Terry Broadhurst scored twice and Jayson Megna added a pair of assists to lift the University of Nebraska-Omaha over the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team in Western Collegiate Hockey Association play Saturday at Sanford Center. Owning a 2-1 lead heading into the third period, the Mavericks netted three goals during the final 20 minutes to pull away handing BSU its first setback at home this season and ending the Beavers’ seven-game unbeaten streak in the series (5-0-2) dating back to Feb. 27, 2009. Trailing 1-0 after the first period, Darcy Findlay accounted for the Beavers’ only goal of the night at the 5:24 mark of the second period tying the game 1-1. Brad Hunt (Sr., D, Ridge Meadows, British Columbia) unleashed a shot from the point that was deflected in front by Findlay. Matt Prapavessis was also credited with assists on the goal. Broadhurst gave UNO the lead for good at the 8:02 mark of the second. The Mavericks took a 3-1 lead 3:06 into the third when Broadhurst netted UNO’s only power-play of the evening with help from Alex Hudson and Jayson Megna. Nebraska-Omaha would finish the game 1-for-5 on the man advantage. With just under five minutes to play, BSU head coach Tom Serratore rolled the dice and pulled goaltender Dan Bakala for an extra attacker. The gamble would backfire as Josh Archibald would record an empty-net goal to put UNO up 4-1 with 4:12 to play. Brent Gwidt added the Mavericks’ final goal of the game at the 16:44 mark of the third period settling the score at 5-1. Nebraska-Omaha dominated play during the final two periods out shooting the Beavers 33-12 and finished the night with a 41-21 edge in shots on goal. Bakala turned aside 36 shots and allowed four goals in the loss. He falls to 2-4-1 on the season. UNO’s John Falkner made nine of his 20 saves in the first period and backstopped a penalty-kill unit that held the Beavers scoreless on four powerplay opportunities, marking the second consecutive night the Beavers have come up without a goal on the man advantage (0-for-6). Falkner improved to 4-3-0 overall.

23


Bemidji B

North Dakota Bemidji State

State Hockey

5 2

North Dakota Bemidji State

November 19, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 4,373

0 1

November 20, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,746

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

North Dakota (4-6-1; 2-5-0)

1

1

3

5

Bemidji State (4-7-1; 2-5-1)

1

0

1

2

Final Scoring Summary

First Period 2:11 BSU 0-1 6x6 Brance Orban (3) (Cain) 6:49 UND 1-1 6x5 PP Corban Knight (5) (Rowney) Brendan O’Donnell (1) (MacMillan, Rodwell)

Third Period 1:12 BSU 2-2 6x6 15:22 UND 3- 2 6x6 18:30 UND 4-2 6x5 PP 19:31 UND 5-2 6x6 EN

Shea Walters (6) (Wacker, MacQueen) uMario Lamoureux (1) (Simpson, Gleason) Brock Nelson (6) (Simpson) Brock Nelson (7) (unassisted)

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

North Dakota (4-7-1; 2-6-0)

0

0

0

0

Bemidji State (5-8-1; 3-6-1)

0

1

0

1

Second Period 9:08 BSU 0-1 6x4 PP uJordan George (7) (Hunt) Third Period None

2

3

Final

7 11

14 8

15 6

36 25

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 6

11 15

0 0

2-for-4 0-for-2

.500 .000

Goaltending

3

Final

5 6

10 11

11 7

26 24

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dell (3-5-1)

10

8

5

23

60:00

2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (2-5-1) Empty Net

6 0

13 0

12 0

27 0

58:50 1:10

4 1

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne McLeod Boehm 2F MacQueen Walters George 3F Jubinville Fisher Findlay 4F Orban Cain Hartmann 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 7

6 25

0 0

0-for-6 1-for-3

.000 .333

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The University of North Dakota’s Mario Lamoureaux scored an even-strength goal at the 15:22 mark of the third period to break a 2-2 tie and propel the Fighting Sioux to a 5-2 victory over Bemidji State University Saturday in Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) men’s hockey action at Sanford Center. The win continued UND’s long-standing reign in the series. The Fighting Sioux have now won the last 14 head-to-head match ups between the teams and own a 22-1-1 record in the all-time series. The Beavers were the first to strike, getting a goal from Brance Orban at the 1:22 mark of the first period. Freshman Mitch Cain won an offensive zone face off to the junior and Orban ripped a shot past the UND goaltender Aaron Dell for his third goal of the season. Four minutes and 38 seconds later (6:49), the Fighting Sioux tied the score on a rebound goal by Corban Knight. The goal came just six seconds into UND’s first power-play opportunity of the evening. The team would finish the game 2-for-4 on the man advantage capitalizing on another power-play opportunity late in the third to put the game out of reach. Ties 1-1 to open the second period, North Dakota broke the deadlock at the 4:30 mark of the period on a Brenden O’Donnell lamplighter. The goal would stand as the only maker of the second period giving the visiting Sioux a one-goal edge as the third period got underway. Forward Shea Walters scored his career-high sixth goal of the season just 72 seconds into the third period to even the score at 2-2. Brady Wacker found Walters open on the right post the senor converted. Jamie MacQueen was also credited with an assist on the play. When MacQueen was sent to the box for hooking at the 4:49 mark of the third, all momentum seemed to swing in North Dakota’s favor. Although the team was held scoreless during the two-minute the power-play chance, UND attempted 12 shots, getting five on target. The Sioux controlled play for the remainder of the period and got the back breaking goal with just 4:38 left in regulation. Brock Nelson would add a power-play goal at the 18:30 mark and an empty-net tally with 29 seconds on the clock to put the game out of reach. The Fighting Sioux finished the game with a 36-25 edge in shots on goal despite trailing BSU 11-7 after the first period. BSU was 0-for-2 on the man advantage marking the seventh consecutive game they have be held scoreless on the man advantage. Dan Bakala played 59:41 between the pipes for the Beavers and posted 31 saves. Allowing four UND goals, he fell to 2-5-1 on the season.

Bemidji State (5-8-2; 3-6-2)

2

2

2

0

6

St. Cloud State (6-7-4; 4-4-3)

3

1

2

0

6

Aaron McLeod (3) (MacQueen, Wacker) Nick Oliver (1) (Prochno, Christian) Ben Hanowski (11) (Novak, Eddy) Taylor Johnson (1) (Rabey, Novak) Jordan George (8) (Jubinville) Jordan George (9) (Walters, Hunt) Brady Wacker (2) (George) Ben Hanowski (12) (Jensen, Reid) Travis Novak (5) (Eddy, Prochno) Jordy Christian (1) (Jensen, Prochno) Radoslav Illo (2) (unassisted) wAaron McLeod (4) (Prapavessis, Hunt)

BSU SCSU

1

2

3

OT

4 9

7 7

9 7

5 3

Final 25 26

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 2

6 4

0 0

1-for-2 1-for-3

.500 .333

BSU SCSU

Goaltending

UND

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Dell (3-6-1) Empty Net

6 -

10 -

7 0

23 0

58:22 1:38

1 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (3-5-1) Empty Net

5 0

10 0

11 0

26 0

59:30 0:30

0 0

Bemidji State Lines 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

OT Final

Penalties & Power Plays

Min

Goaltending

UND

24

2

Pen UND BSU

3

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen UND BSU

UND BSU

2

Second Period 1:25 BSU 3-3 6x5 PP 3:30 BSU 4-3 6x6 9:16 SCSU 4-4 6x5 PP Third Period 3:55 SCSU 4-5 6x6 5:42 SCSU 4-6 6x6 10:06 BSU 5-6 6x6 13:23 BSU 6-6 6x6

Shots on Goal

1

1

First Period 5:03 BSU 1-0 6x6 11:31 SCSU 1-1 6x6 12:02 SCSU 1-2 6x6 15:45 SCSU 3-1 6x6 17:23 BSU 3-2 6x6

Shots on Goal

6 6

December 2, 2011 St. Cloud, Minn. - National Hockey Center Attendance : 5,120

First Period None

Second Period 4:30 UND 2-1 6x6

UND BSU

Bemidji State St. Cloud State

BSU

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala Walsh (2-2-1)

6 0

6

5

3

6 14

15:45 49:15

3 3

SCSU

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

Faragher (4-5-3)

2

5

7

5

19

65:00

6

Bemidji State Lines

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F MacQueen Walters Boehm 3F Jubinville Fisher Findlay 4F Mattson Orban Hartmann 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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 1-1=2 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team has piled up nearly 1,000 victories in 56 years of hockey history, but since Feb. 7, 1970, none of them have come against University of North Dakota until Sunday night. Jordan George’s second period power-play lamplighter proved to be the only goal of the game as Dan Bakala turned aside 26 Fighting Sioux shots en route to a 1-0 victory and his seventh career shutout. The BSU win ended a 41-year drought versus UND and snapped North Dakota’s 14-game winning streak in the all-time series. UND still holds a 22-21 record in the all-time series. After a scoreless first period, the Beavers got the break they needed at the 7:56 mark of the second period. UND’s Mark MacMillian was whistled for tripping and before the Fighting Sioux could coral the puck, Andrew MacWilliam took an interference penalty setting BSU up with a two-minute 5-on-3 power-play opportunity. One-minute, 12-seconds into the penalty, George collected a rebound off the left pad of North Dakota goaltender Aaron Dell and roofed his team-leading seventh goal of the season. The goal marked an end to another significant drought for the Beavers. BSU’s last goal on the man advantage came Oct. 22--a scoreless streak spanning eight games and 20 power-play opportunities. Senior defender Brad Hunt inched closer to BSU great and former teammate Matt Read (2007-11) with an assist on BSU’s scoring play. With 76 assists during his collegiate career, he is just two helpers from BSU’s Division I-era assists mark. The Beavers clung to 1-0 lead through the remainder of the second despite taking two penalties late in the period. The third period has been an Achilles heel for the Beavers in 2011-12. Through 13 games, BSU had been out scored 19-8 in the third, which includes a 15-4 deficit in the final period of WCHA contests, but the Beavers buckled down and killed nine minutes of penalties, included a five-minute major, to keep the Fighting Sioux of the scoreboard. Defensively, Bemidji State was solid from the opening face off to the final horn. In addition to Bakala’s shutout, the team piled up 21 blocked shots. BSU’s penalty-kill unit was a perfect 6-for-6 on the night, while its powerplay finished with a goal on three man advantage chances. Bakala improved to 3-5-1 on the season.

1F Illo Walters Boehm 2F Kinne McLeod George 3F MacQueen Jubinville Findlay 4F Orban Fisher Cain 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

1-1=2 pts 4-1=5 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-3=3 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 6-8=14 pts

ST. CLOUD, MINN. (National Hockey Center) -- Junior Jordan George scored two goals and posted an assist to lead the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 6-6 tie with St. Cloud State University Friday at National Hockey Center. Aaron McLeod added a pair of goals and Brad Hunt posted two assists as nine BSU players had a hand in scoring. In a wild Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) contest that saw 12 goals scored, four lead changes and the score tied on four occasions, the Beavers rallied from a pair of two-goal deficits to earn a tie and a point in the league standings. Bemidji State was first to strike in a high-tempo, five-goal first period. McLeod redirected a pass from Jamie MacQueen between the pads of SCSU’s freshman goaltender Ryan Faragher to give the Beavers a 1-0 lead 5:03 into the game. St. Cloud State would respond with a Nick Oliver goal at the 11:31 mark of the period and would get goals from Ben Hanowski and Taylor Johnson during the next 4:14 to extend its lead to 3-1 with 4:15 to go in the first. But the Huskies would commit a costly turnover in their own zone and Bemidji State would make them pay. Jeff Jubinville picked up the puck and placed a nifty pass on the stick of George, who pocketed a backhand over Faragher to reel the Beavers to within a goal, 3-2, before the first period expired (17:23). In a penalty-riddled second period, the Beavers and Huskies each got seven shots on goal and netted a power-play marker, but the Beavers managed to record an even-strength goal to even the score at 4-4 after 40 minutes. George registered his second goal of the night at the 1:25 mark of the second, just 39 seconds into the Beavers’ first power-play opportunity of the night. Brady Wacker posted the first of his two points on the night (1-1=2), scoring his second goal of the season at the 3:30 mark to put the Beavers up 4-3, before SCSU bounced back with a Hanowski power-play marker at the 9:16 mark that would knot the game 4-4. George was credited with an assist on the play. Tied 4-4 to open the third, the Huskies got goals from Travis Novak and Jordy Christian to take a 6-4 lead just 5:42 into the frame. But the resilient Beavers would not back down. After sitting out of BSU’s last three games due to injury, Radoslav Illo sparked the team’s second comeback with an unassisted goal at the10:06 mark of the third. He skated from end to end and scored stick side for his second goal of the season. Just over three minutes later (13:23), McLeod took a pass from Matt Prapavessis, skated down the slot, got the goaltender to commit low and roofed his second goal of the night to settle the score at 6-6. Hunt was also credited with an assist on the play, his team-leading 11th of the season and 78th of his career, matching BSU great Matt Read (2008-11) for BSU’s Division I-era assists record (78). The score would stay locked at 6-6 through the end of regulation and despite out shooting SCSU 5-3 and dominating the extra period, the Beavers would settle for the tie on the road marking just the third point taken by BSU on the Huskies’ ice since Mar. 7, 1987. Despite getting just two power-play opportunities on the night, BSU won the special teams battle finishing 1-for-2 (.500) on the man advantage, while snuffing out two of the Huskies’ three power-play chances, holding the hosts to just one shot on the power-play. Relieving Bakala at the 15:45 mark of the first period, Andrew Walsh was credited with the tie. He allowed three goals in 49:15 and piled up 14 saves, which included three stops in overtime. He moves to 2-2-1 in his career. The Beavers continue to hold an edge in the all-time series 44-39-4.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y Bemidji State St. Cloud State

3 1

(13) Denver Bemidji State

December 2, 2011 St. Cloud, Minn. - National Hockey Center Attendance : 5,120

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Bemidji State (6-8-2; 4-6-2)

2

0

1

3

St. Cloud State (6-8-4; 4-5-3)

1

0

0

1

First Period 3:25 SCSU 0-1 6x6 4:12 BSU 1-1 6x6 11:55 BSU 2-1 6x6

Second Period None Third Period 16:49 BSU 3-1 6x5 PP Radoslav Illo (3) (Orban)

(13) Denver Bemidji State

December 9, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3.229

Final Scoring Summary

Nick Oliver (2) (Christian, Bertsch) Jordan George (10) (McLeod, Carlson) Brad Hunt (3) (Jubinville)

3 2

1 2

December 10, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,593

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

Denver (7-5-3; 5-3-3)

0

1

2

3

Bemidji State (5-9-2; 4-7-2)

0

2

0

2

First Period None

1

2

3

Final

Denver (7-6-3; 5-4-3)

0

0

1

1

Bemidji State (6-9-2; 5-7-2)

1

0

1

2

First Period 3:26 BSU 0-1 6x5 PP Jordan George (11) (Kinne, Hunt)

Second Period 3:16 DU 1-0 6x6 7:58 BSU 1-1 6x6 16:13 BSU 1-2 6x6

Jason Zucker (9) (Shore, Loney) Shea Walters (7) (Illo, Areshenko) Jamie MacQueen (2) (Jubinville, Areshenko)

Third Period 12:51 DU 2-2 6x6 15:48 DU 3-2 6x6

Jason Zucker (10) (unassisted) uDrew Shore (7) (Salazar, Zucker)

Second Period None Third Period 4:03 BSU 0-2 6x6 uBen Kinne (5) (Walters, George) 11:47 DU 1-2 6x6 DP Daniel Doremus (3) (Makowski, Shore)

Shots on Goal BSU SCSU

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

6 13

1 10

7 11

14 34

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 4

23 8

0 0

1-for-3 0-for-5

.333 .000

Goaltending 1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (4-5-1)

12

10

11

33

60:00

1

Faragher (4-6-3) Empty net

3

Final

9 8

13 6

6 9

28 23

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

2 2

4 4

0 0

0-for-2 0-for-2

.000 .000

DU BSU

1 4 0

2 1 0

3

Tot

6 0

11 0

Min

GA

57:46 2:14

3 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F Illo Walters Boehm 2F Kinne McLeod George 3F MacQueen Jubinville Orban 4F Findlay Fisher Mattson 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (National Hockey Center) -- Brad Hunt became the sixth defenseman in the history of the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey program to eclipse the 100-point mark Saturday netting the game-winning goal to lead the Beavers to a 3-1 victory at St. Cloud State University. Defense and special teams stood tall for the Beavers in a game riddled with penalties. The BSU penalty-kill snuffed out all five of the Huskies’ powerplay opportunities, allowing just five shots on goal in 9:06, which included a five-minute major, while the power-play unit recorded a goal in three chances. On the back end, Dan Bakala bounced back from an early exit Friday, to stop 33 of 34 SCSU shots on goal to gain the win and improve to 4-5-1. After a track meet-type, 65-minute, 6-6 tie in the series opener, the teams picked up right where they left off to open the finale. St. Cloud State opened the scoring at the 3:25 mark of the game, when Nick Oliver snuck the puck through traffic and into the back of the BSU net. Just as they had twice the night before, the Beavers regrouped and rallied to even the score. This time the SCSU lead would last only 47 seconds. Jordan George erased the one-goal deficit with his team-leading 10th goal of the season, and third of the weekend, after taking a pass from Aaron McLeod in the slot and dropping a backhand over the shoulder of SCSU goaltender Ryan Faragher. Junior blueliner Matt Carlson was also credited with an assist on the play marking the first point of his junior season. The Beavers would take a 2-1 lead into the first intermission thanks to the eventual game-winning goal by Hunt. Jeff Jubinville won an offensive zone face off to Hunt at the top of the right circle. The senior skated to the top of the slot, wound up and like he has so many times during his career, unleashed a laser through traffic and past Faragher. Things got ugly for the Beavers in the second period. Owning the narrowest of leads, 2-1, the Beavers were whistled for three penalties, which included a five-minute major and game misconduct. The BSU penalty-kill unit successfully held the SCSU power-play crew without a goal for 5:25, but failed to generate any offensive push as the team was out shot 10-1 in the frame. Clinging to a 2-1 lead, the Beavers found themselves short a man for the first 3:35 of the third period, but caught a break when Cam Ried was penalized of cross-checking forcing the teams to 4-on-4 for the bulk of the remaining Brady Wacker major. The Beavers took advantage of another break at the 15:48 mark when Nic Dowd was sent to the box for hooking setting the Beavers up with their third power-play opportunity of the evening. Sixty-one seconds into the man advantage, Brance Orban scooped up a loose puck in the BSU defensive zone and found Radoslav Illo streaking up the ice. Illo netted his second goal in as many night, completing the 2-on-1 with a slapshot goal. The Beavers were out shot 34-14 in the game. BSU’s 14-shot victory stands as the lowest shot total in a win since it was out shot 42-14 at Colorado College Dec. 29, 2006. BSU owns a 45-39-4 advantage in the all time rivalry and with a win and a draw, earned a series win in St. Cloud for the first time since back-to-back victories Dec. 9-10, 1983.

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Olkinuora (2-3-2)

8

4

9

21

60:00

2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (4-6-1) Empty Net

9 0

12 0

4 0

25 0

58:54 1:06

3 0

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Orban 4F Findlay Fisher Hartmann 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

2

3

Final

6 9

12 10

19 5

37 24

DU BSU

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 6

6 12

0 0

0-for-6 1-for-3

.000 .333

DU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Olkinuora (2-4-2) Empty Net

8 0

10 0

4 0

22 0

58:09 1:51

2 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Walsh (3-2-1)

6

12

18

36

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-4=6 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Nationally-ranked University of Denver used two goals in the final eight minutes of regulation to get past the Bemidji State University men’s hockey team 3-2 Friday night in Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) action at Sanford Center. After second period goals from Shea Walters and Jamie MacQueen, the Beavers took a 2-1 lead into the third but the DU duo of Jason Zucker and Drew Shore posted goals late in the third period to doom BSU’s hope of an upset. After an evenly-play, scoreless first period the No. 13 Pioneers came out of the first intermission to grab the game’s first lead. Jason Zucker put the Pioneers in front at the 3:16 mark on his ninth goal of the season. Drew Shore and Ty Loney were credited with assists on the play. The Beavers responded 4:42 later with a goal off the stick of Walters. The lamplighter knotted the score at 1-1, reignited the Sanford Center crowd of 3,229 and swung momentum in favor of BSU. Aided by a pair of DU penalties, the Beavers controlled play for the majority of the second period. MacQueen potted his third goal of the season (16:13) with help from Jeff Jubinville and Jake Areshenko, his career-high second helper of the game, to send BSU into the third period holding a 2-1 advantage. Bemidji State out shot the Pioneers 7-3 in the first 10 minutes of the third period and seemed to have the DU right where they wanted it, but in the blink of an eye everything changed. BSU goaltender Dan Bakala played a puck behind his net, but it bounced off a teammate’s skate in front of the crease and a vacated net and Zucker tapped in his second goal of the game to event he score at 2-2 with 7:09 to play. The Beavers were never able to recover. Shore netted the game-winner at the 15:48 mark as Denver escaped with the 3-2 lead. Bakala turned aside 25 Denver shots, but allowed three goals and was tagged with the loss. He falls to 4-6-1 on the season. At the other end, DU goaltender Juho Olkinuora stopped 21 of 23 BSU shots to claim the second victory of his collegiate career. He is now 2-3-2 on the season. BSU finished 0-for-2 on the power-play, while its penalty-kill unit also held DU scoreless on its only two man advantage opportunities. The DU victory preserves undefeated record versus Bemidji State as the Pioneers improve to 9-0-0 in the series dating back to 1967.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

1

Goaltending

DU

Bemidji State Lines 1-0=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 3-4=7 pts

DU BSU

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

BSU SCSU

2

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU SCSU

DU BSU

Shots on Goal

1

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Orban 4F Findlay Fisher Hartmann 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- A Ben Kinne ( goal 4:03 into the third period lifted the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team over No. 13 University of Denver 2-1 Saturday at Sanford Center. Jordan George tallied BSU’s other goal and Andrew Walsh turned aside a career-high 36 shots to help the Beavers salvage a series split and improve to 7-9-2 over all and 6-7-2 in WCHA play. Hard-nosed defensive play, a solid special teams effort and good goaltending, attributes that have become common with the 2011-12 edition of the Beavers, again helped BSU hold one of the most talented frontline in college hockey to one goal and propel the Beavers to victory. It took the Beavers only 3:26 to take the lead and they would never look back. George’s team-leading 11th goal of the season, assisted by Kinne and Brad Hunt on the power play, got BSU and opened the floodgates for the BSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee’s annual Teddy Bear Toss, during which the generous Beaver Hockey fans peppered the ice with over 500 stuffed animals. With an assist on the play, Hunt surpassed former teammate and Matt Read (2007-2011) to claim the top spot on BSU’s Division I-era assist list with 79. Bemidji State took a 1-0 lead into the third period, a frame that the Beavers have been out scored 23-11 through their first 16 games season. The Pioneers came out of the second intermission determined to get back into the game. Junior forward Aaron McLeod denied the Pioneers’ on their first legitimate scoring opportunity of the game diving in front of a virtually open net, taking a point-blank shot in the bread basket just 46 seconds into the final period. At the 4:03 mark the Beavers got a bit of breathing room when Shea Walters found Kinne on his forehand nearing the right post. The senior pushed the puck through DU goaltender Juho Olkinuora’s pads to put the Beavers up 2-0. The Pioneers continued to pressure the Beavers. Aided by a pair of power-play opportunities, DU out shot the Beavers 19-5 in the final 20 minutes. Walsh stood tall making 18 saves. The Pioneers’ only goal of the game came at the 11:47 mark. Daniel Doremus collected a rebound off the shot of David Makowski on the left post that roofed it for his third goal of the season. Despite DU pulling its goaltender with nearly two minutes to pay, that was all the Pioneers could muster as the Beavers clamped down and claimed the win. Walsh improved to 3-2-1 on the season with the win. BSU was 1-for-3 on the power-play, while its penalty-kill unit completed the night a perfect 6-for-6 to improve its league best numbers to 66-for-78 (.846.). The BSU victory was the first ever over Denver. BSU is now 1-9-0 all-time versus the Pioneers in a rivalry dating back to 1967.

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Bemidji B

State Hockey

Ala.-Huntsville 0 Bemidji State 3

Ala.-Huntsville 0 Bemidji State 5

Bowling Green Bemidji State

December 16, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 2,556

December 17, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,256

December 30, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,547

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

Ala.-Huntsville (1-18-1)

0

0

0

0

Bemidji State (8-9-2)

0

2

1

3

First Period None Second Period 3:17 BSU 0-1 6x6 EADP uJake Areshenko (2) (Wacker, Cain) 15:53 BSU 0-2 6x6 Shea Walters (8) (Orban, Prapavessis) Third Period 18:54 BSU 0-3 6x6 EN Ben Kinne (6) (McLeod, George)

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

Ala.-Huntsville (1-19-1)

0

0

0

0

Bemidji State (9-9-2)

2

2

1

5

First Period uAaron McLeod (5) (George, Hunt) 0:31 BSU 0-1 6x6 12:12 BSU 0-2 6x5 PP Radoslav Illo (4) (Wacker, Tosunian)

Third Period 13:28 BSU 0-5 5x5

1

2

3

Final

Bowling Green (6-12-3)

0

1

0

1

Bemidji State (10-9-2)

1

3

0

4

First Period 17:12 BSU 0-1 6x6 Second Period 0:42 BSU 0-2 6x6 14:16 BSU 0-3 6x6 14:48 BGS 1-3 6x6 19:50 BSU 1-4 6x6

Second Period 1:16 BSU 0-3 6x5 PP Brady Wacker (3) (Orban, Kinne) 15:26 BSU 0-4 6x5 PP Brad Hunt (4) (Prapavessis, Mattson) Danny Mattson (1) (unassisted)

1 4

Radoslav Illo (5) (Walters) uAaron McLeod (6) (George) Drew Fisher (3) (Brance Orban) Ted Pletsch (2) (unassisted) Ben Kinne (7) (Matt Prapavessis)

Third Period None

Shots on Goal UAH BSU

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

5 5

9 9

6 10

20 24

Penalties & Power Plays UAH BSU

2

3

Final

9 7

6 11

12 10

27 28

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 6

6 23

0 0

0-for-5 0-for-3

.000 .000

Goaltending

UAH BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Saunders (1-14-1) Empty Net

5 0

7 0

9 0

21 0

59:52 0:08

2 1

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Walsh (4-2-1) Empty Net

5 0

9 0

6 0

20 0

59:54 0:06

0 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F Orban Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Cain 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

6 4

23 8

0 0

0-for-3 3-for-5

.000 .333

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Backed by a 20-save effort by freshman goaltender Andrew Walsh, the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team served the University of Alabama-Huntsville a 3-0 loss Friday night at Sanford Center. In a game decided by sharp goaltending, solid defense and a good penalty-kill effort, BSU got goals from three different players, en route to its 16th win in the last 20 meetings versus UAH (16-2-2). Both BSU and UAH struggled out of the gates to find enough ice to generate any offensive pressure and finished the first period of play tied 0-0. The Beavers broke the scoreless tie 3:17 into the second period on an delayed penalty goal. Jake Areshenko netted his second goal of the season on a slap shot from the point. Mitch Cain started the play dumping the puck into the corner. Brady Wacker dug the puck out of the corner and skated it around the back of the net before finding Areshenko on the blue line. The alternate captain wound up and fired a bullet toward the net that was redirected off the stick of a Charger defender and past the UAH goaltender Clarke Saunders at the 3:17 mark. After snuffing out a pair of UAH power-plays in the opening period, the BSU penalty-kill unit was put to the test at the 7:13 mark of the second. Areshenko was whistled for a checking from behind penalty that sent him to the dressing room early and left the Beavers short handed for the next five minutes. Just as it has over the course of the lest three games, the unit kept its opponent at bay negating the man advantage and keeping UAH off the scoreboard. The success of the penalty-kill unit recharged the Sanford Center crowd and the BSU bench. Just 3:40 later (15:53), senior forward Shea Walters gave the Beavers a 2-0 cushion. The senior flicked his eighth goal of the season to the corner of the net after Brance Orban found him in the slot with a pass. Matt Prapavessis was also credited with an assist on the play. Both teams ramped up the pace to open the third period. Tied at 14 shots apiece though the first 40 minutes, the Beavers out shot the Chargers 10-6 in the final period, potting an open-net goal off the stick of Ben Kinne at the 18:54 mark to put the game out of reach and settle the score at 3-0. Walsh improved to 4-2-1 in 2011-12 with the win, as he extended his unbeaten streak to three games (2-0-1). In addition to his 20 saves, the rookie served as the last line of defense for a penalty-kill unit that was a perfect 5-for-5 on the night. Saunders finished the night stopping 21 of 23 shots faced. He falls to 1-13-1 on the season. The victory allows the Beavers to build upon its lead in the series. Since the rivalry began in 1994, BSU is 37-28-4, while it has not lost a game to the Chargers on its home ice since a Feb. 17, 2007 4-3 loss at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse--a streak spanning 10 games (10-0-0).

1

2

3

Final

12 6

7 7

8 3

27 16

BGSU BSU

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 4

6 8

0 0

0-for-4 0-for-3

.000 .000

Goaltending

UAH

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Saunders (1-15-1) Griggs

5 -

5 4

0 9

10 13

35:26 24:34

4 1

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Walsh (5-2-1) Empty Net

9 -

6 0

12 -

27 0

59:50 0:10

0 0

Bemidji State Lines 1-0=1 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-1=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 3-6=9 pts

BGSU BSU

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

UAH

26

UAH BSU

Shots on Goal

1

BGSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Hammond (6-11-3) Zacharias Empty Net

5 -

4 0

3 -

9 3 0

39:54 20:00 0:06

4 0 0

BSU

Walsh (6-2-1)

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

12

6

8

26

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F Orban Jubinville Mattson 4F Ladd Fisher Tosunian 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Brodie Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team got scoring from 10 different players, netted three power-play goals and freshman goaltender Andrew Walsh recorded 27 saves en route to a 5-0 shutout victory to wrap up a nonconference series sweep of the University of Alabama-Huntsville (1-19-1) Saturday at Sanford Center. The Beavers built an early two-goal lead and would not look back using the victory to climb to 9-9-2 overall and reach .500 for the first time since the team was 3-3-0 following an Oct. 22 triumph over Michigan Tech. The win also marked BSU’s sixth (6-3-1) of the season at Sanford center surpassing its win total from the 2010-11 capaign--its first in the facility. It took the Beavers just 31 second to find the back of the net for the first time. Brad Hunt got the play started passing the puck up the boards to Jordan George. George skated the puck deep into the zone and found centerman Aaron McLeod skating down the slot for a quick shot from between the faceoff circles. The Beavers constructed a two-goal advantage at the 12:12 mark of the period taking advantage of its first power-play opportunity of the evening. Radoslav Illo beat UAH goaltender Clarke Saunders with a slap shot from the point that just snuck in over his outstretched blocker. Brady Wacker and Tyler Tosunian--the rookie’s first point at BSU. Up 2-0 after the first 20 minutes of play, the Beavers kicked the pedal to the floor in the second out shooting UAH 11-6 while building a 4-0 lead. Bemidji State’s third goal of the night came off the stick of Wacker marking his second point of the night and his second multi-point game of the season. Ben Kinne found Brance Orban on the right post from behind the net. The forward then shuttled the puck to Wacker on the point and the blueliner riffled the puck through traffic and off the foot of a Charger defender at the 1:16 mark for his third goal of the season and the Beavers’ second power-play marker of the night. The BSU cushion grew to 4-0 at the 15:26 mark of the second when Hunt posted power-play goal in the midst of a five-minute major penalty to UAH’s Brice Geoffrion. The goal, Hunt’s fourth of the season, came with help from Matt Prapavessis and the first collegiate assist from fellow freshman Danny Mattson. The goal forced UAH head coach Chis Luongo to pull Saunders and insert backup goaltender John Griggs. Mattson slammed the door on the Chargers at the 13:28 mark of the third period. With the teams playing 4-on-4, he tipped a Charger pass to himself in the neutral zone, beat the UAH blueline to the crease and posted his first goal in the green and white. The Beavers finished the night 3-for-5 on the man advantage marking the first time BSU netted three power-play goals in a single game since Jan. 3, 2010. On the flip side, the Beavers’ penalty-kill unit was flawless. The Beavers held Ala.-Huntsville scoreless on three power-play chances. Walsh improved to 5-2-1 in 2011-12 with the win, as he extended his unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1) and his shutout streak to 134:08. Saunders stopped 10 shots in 35:26 and allowed four. He falls to 1-14-1 on the season. Griggs finished the game allowing one goal and turning away 13 shots. The victory allows the Beavers to build upon its lead in the series. Since the rivalry began in 1994, BSU is 38-28-4, while it has not lost a game to the Chargers on its home ice since a Feb. 17, 2007--a streak spanning 11 games (11-0-0).

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F Orban Jubinville MacQueen 4F Rudy Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Propelled by a three-goal third period, the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team returned from a two-week layoff to claim a 4-1 victory over Bowling Green State University Friday night at Sanford Center. Toting a 1-0 advantage out of a sloppy first period, Aaron McLeod), Drew Fisher and Ben Kinne each found the net in the second, while freshman goaltender Andrew Walsh picked up 26 saves backstopping the Beavers to the nonconference win. BSU was sluggish out of the gate and was out shot 12-6 in the first period, but a wrist shot from between the face off circles by Radoslav Illo gave the Beavers a lead they would never relinquish. Shea Walters was credited with an assist on the play after wining the offensive zone face off to Illo. McLeod put the Beavers up 2-0 jut 42 seconds into the second frame after Jordan George found the junior in front of the crease with a pass from the end boards. The BSU lead swelled to three goals at the 14:16 mark when Brance Orban found Fisher on the left post in front of a virtually open net. Fisher tapped in his third goal of the season. Bowling Green cut its deficit to 3-1 just 32 seconds later when Ted Pletch corralled a BSU turnover on the red line, skated it into the zone and beat the BSU goaltender, snapping Walsh’s shutout streak at 163:02--a streak reaching back four games to the third period of BSU’s 2-1 victory over the University of Denver Dec. 10. Kinne settled the score at 4-1 at the 19:50 mark of the second. He took a pass from Matt Prapavessis on the goal line and skated the puck around the right face off circle before firing a shot through traffic from the slot. The goal was his seventh of the season and counts as his 50th collegiate point (24g-26a). Out shot 27-16 in the game, the Beavers scored on four of their first 13 shots. Walsh improved to 6-2-1 in 2011-12 with the win, as he extended his unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1). He turned aside 26 shots and allowed just one goal, while serving as the last line of defense for a penalty-kill unit that was a perfect 4-for-4 to extend is string of scoreless opponent power-pay opportunities to 26. The Beavers have not allowed a power-play goal since Dec. 2 at St. Cloud State. Hammond was tagged with the loss after allowing four goals and making just nine saves in 39:54 of play. Zacharias stopped three shots and held Bemidji State without a goal during the final 20 minutes. The victory in the first ever meeting between the Beavers and Falcons allows BSU to claim a 1-0-0 edge in the all-time series, while holding BGSU without a win in its last nine outings (0-7-2). BSU improved to 5-2-0 in nonconference play this season.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y Bowling Green Bemidji State

1 2

December 31, 2011 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,365

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Bowling Green (6-13-3)

1

0

0

1

Bemidji State (11-9-2)

0

2

0

2

Bemidji State 3 Denver 6

Bemidji State 2 Denver 3

January 13, 2012 Denver, Colo. - Magness Arena Attendance : 5,024

January 14, 2012 Denver, Colo. - Magness Arena Attendance : 5,131

Final Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Bemidji State (11-10-2; 5-8-2)

1

1

1

Denver (12-8-3; 7-5-3)

0

5

1

Final Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final

3 Bemidji State (11-11-2; 5-9-2)

1

1

0

2

6 Denver (13-8-3; 8-5-3)

1

0

2

3

First Period 13:35 BGS 1-0 6x5 PP Bryce Williamson (7) (DeSalvo, Carpenter)

First Period 5:19 BSU 1-0 6x6

Kyle Brodie (1) (Brance Orban)

Second Period 14:32 BSU 1-1 6x6 19:59 BSU 1-2 6x6

Second Period 2:28 DU 1-1 6x6 4:26 DU 1-2 6x5 PP 6:17 BSU 2-2 6x6 12:04 DU 2-3 5x5 13:54 DU 2-4 6x6 16:28 DU 2-5 6x6

Ty Loney (4) (D. Shore) Drew Shore (14) (N. Shore, LaLeggia) Jordan George (12) (Brodie) Joey LaLeggia (9) (Zucker, D. Shore) uDrew Shore (15) (Zucker, Mayfield) Ty Loney (5) (Salazar, Phillips)

Jeff Jubinville (1) (Mattson, MacQueen) uDavid Boehm (1) (Illo,Walters)

Third Period None

First Period 10:50 BSU 1-0 6x6 Ben Kinne (8) (McLeod) 16:47 DU 1-1 6x5 PP Jason Zucker (12) (LaLeggia, Mayfield)

Third Period 8:38 BSU 3-5 6x5 PP Brance Orban (4) (Mattson, Illo) 17:46 DU 3-6 6x6 EN Chris Knowlton (6) (D. Shore, Lee)

Shots on Goal BGSU BSU

2

3

Final

10 5

2 14

11 9

23 28

Penalties & Power Plays

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

10 5

10 9

10 10

30 24

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

1 2

2 4

0 0

1-for-2 0-for-0

.500 .000

BGSU BSU

BSU DU

Goaltending

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 6

8 12

0 0

1-for-5 1-for-4

.200 .250

Goaltending

BGSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Hammond (6-12-3) Empty Net

5 0

12 0

9 0

26 0

58:49 1:11

2 0

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (5-6-1)

9

2

11

22

60:00

1

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

0-0=0 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 2-4=6 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- A David Boehm breakaway goal with 1.1 seconds remaining in the second period proved to be the game-winning goal as the Bemidji State University men’s hockey team prevailed 2-1 over Bowling Green State University. The Beavers improve to 11-9-2 with the win. The Falcons drop to 6-13-3 on the year. After a poorly-played first period during which BSU was out shot 10-5, the Beavers trailed BGSU 1-0, but would recovered with a typical high-tempo second period which saw the Beavers bury a pair of goals to earn the win and secure the nonconference series sweep. Bowling Green took advantage of its first power-play opportunity of the evening to grab an early one-goal lead. With Jake Areshenko in the penalty box serving two minutes for checking from behind, Ryan Carpenter picked the puck of the boards and found Dan DeSaivo rushing the net for a shot. BSU goaltender Dan Bakala kicked the shot to the side, but Bryce Williamson corralled the rebound on the left post an potted his seventh goal of the season at the 13:35 mark. The power-play goal was the first the BSU penalty-kill unit had allowed since Dec. 2-- a streak spanning 26 opponent man advantage opportunities and seven games. Trailing 1-0, the Beavers turned the tables in the second period using sustained offensive pressure to out shoot BGSU 14-2 in the frame. Jeff Jubinville got the Beavers on the board at the 14:32 mark of the period tipping his first goal of the season past the Falcons’ Andrew Hammond. Jamie MacQueen started the play with a centering pass from the far boards to Danny Mattson in the slot. Mattson skated around the crease and attempted to stuff the puck between the post and Hammond’s skate. Jubinville crashed the net and found the puck sitting on the goal line. BSU got a boost to end the period when Shea Walters blocked a shot in front of Bakala to Radoslav Illo in the right face off circle. Illo found David Boehm with a burst of speed through the neutral zone to beat the BGSU back line and found the back of the net before time inthe period would expire for first goal of his Bemidji State career. The goal would stand as the game winner as Bakala and the BSU defense shut down the Falcons’ attack during the third period. Bakala, who made his first appearance since Dec. 9, turned aside 22 Bowling Green shots for his fifth victory of the season. He improves to 5-6-1 in 2011-12. Out shot 28-23, the Bowling Green’s Hammond made 26 saves, but was tagged with the loss after allowing both BSU goals. He falls to 6-12-3 on the year. The victory gave the Beavers their second consecutive sweep and third of the season. Beavers now claims a 2-0-0 edge in the all-time series, while holding BGSU without a win in its last 10 outings (0-8-2). BSU improves to 6-2-0 in nonconference play this season.

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

5 -

4 -

9 0

19 0

59:46 0:14

5 1

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

9

9

9

27

60:00

3

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Brodie Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

2

3

Final

8 14

11 5

8 9

27 28

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 5

24 21

0 0

1-for-3 2-for-4

.333 .500

BSU DU

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (5-7-1) Empty Net DU Olkinuora (6-6-2)

13 -

5 -

7 0

25 0

58:30 1:30

3 0

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

7

10

8

25

60:00

2

Bemidji State Lines 0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-1=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-1=2 pts 2-5=7 pts

DENVER, Colo. (Magness Arena) -- A five-goal second period and career night for Drew Shore propelled the University of Denver men’s ice hockey team past Bemidji State University, 6-3, Friday in Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) action at Magness Arena in Denver, Colo. A night which served as a homecoming of sorts for BSU blueliner Kyle Brodie, who grew up in the shadow of Denver, despite a career-best goal and an assist for the Northglenn, Colo. native, it was Shore, who stole the show leading all players with two goals and three assists, while logging his 100th career point in the game. BSU out played the Pioneers in the first period out shooting the host 10-5 and taking a 1-0 lead on Brodie’s slap shot from the top of the left circle just 5:19 in, but gave up five goals on nine shots in a second period. The Pioneers opened the second with back-to-back goals separated by just 1:58 to claim their first lead of the night. Ty Loney got DU on the board at the 2:28 mark of the second when he flipped a backhand past BSU goaltender Andrew Walsh. At the 3:44 mark, BSU’s Sam Windle was whistled for interference. It would take DU just 42 seconds to find the back of the net on the power play. Shore scored his first goal of the night scooping a rebound over the shoulder of Walsh. The Beavers caught a spark when Brodie intercepted a DU pass in the neutral zone and tipped it ahead to Jordan George. BSU’s leading scorer skated the puck into the zone and wound up for a slap shot for the top of the left faceoff circle that found the back of the net to tie the game, 2-2, at the 6:17 mark of the second. The scoring play resulted in George’s team-leading 12th goal of the season and the first collegiate multi-point effort for Brodie. With Jeff Jubinville and Nick Shore already in the box and the teams playing 4-on-4, Aaron McLeod was booked for tripping at the (11:44). The Pioneers’ fourth power-play opportunity of the night served as the fulcrum point of the game. Joey LaLeggia potted is ninth goal of the year just 20 seconds later. Shore and Loney would each add their second goals of the night before time ran out in the period and DU carried a 5-2 lead into the final 20 minutes of play. Orban, who assisted on Brodie’s goal, garnered his second point of the contest with a power-play goal to cap a nifty passing play from Danny Mattson and Radoslav Illo at the 8:38 mark of the third to bring the Beavers to within two goals, 5-3. Denver would be called or three penalties during the final seven minutes of play providing BSU with opportunities to get back in the game, but Chris Knowlton would end the Beavers’ comeback hopes prematurely when he scored an empty-net goal with 2:14 left on the clock to extend DU’s lead to 6-3. The loss snapped BSU’s five-game wining streak extending back to a Dec. 10 victory over Denver, 2-1. Walsh was tagged with the loss after allowing five goals on 23 shots. The freshman’s record dips to 6-3-1 on the season. On the other end, Adam Murray turned aside 27 shots and allowed three goals in 60: minute to play to gain the win and improve to 7-2-1 overall in 201112. BSU managed one power-play goal on five power-play changes, while its penalty-kill unit snuffed out 3-of-4 DU man advantage opportunities.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

1

Goaltending

BSU Walsh (6-3-1) Empty Net DU Murray (7-2-1)

Bemidji State Lines

Bemidji State Lines

BSU DU

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU DU

Third Period 6:14 DU 2-2 6x6 Chris Knowlton (7) (Zucker, LaLeggia) 11:50 DU 2-3 6x5 PP uJason Zucker (13) (Loney, LaLeggia)

Shots on Goal

1

Second Period 2:27 BSU 2-1 6x5 PP Brady Wacker (4) (Mattson, Radoslav

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Brodie Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

DENVER, Colo. (Magness Arena) -- Jason Zucker scored twice and had an assist as University of Denver defeated the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team 3-2 Saturday at Magness Arena in Denver to complete the series sweep. Leading 2-1 to open the third period and a series split in their sights, the Beavers were unable to answer back-to-back goals in the final 14 minutes and saw their 12th victory slip away to a skilled, opportunistic Pioneers team. Senior captain Ben Kinne got the Beavers an early lead when he took a pass from Aaron McLeod at the top of the left circle and unleashed a slap shot that found its way through traffic and into the back of the net. Kinne’s eighth goal of the season came at the 10:50 mark of the period. BSU’s momentum swing would not last long. Senior forward Jamie MacQueen was tagged with a five-minute major penalty and game misconduct for checking from behind at the 12:42 mark of the first setting DU up with its first power-play opportunity of the game. BSU limited clear looks at the net for just over four minutes, but Jason Zucker potted his 12th goal of the season on a sharp-angle shot from the goal line extended that found space between BSU goaltender Dan Bakala and the right post at the 16:47 mark. Joey LaLeggia and Scott Mayfield were credited with assists on the play. The teams would skate to the locker rooms locked in a 1-1 game, but before time would expire on the period, DU’s Mayfield was escorted to the locker room after being whistled for a five minute major and game misconduct for checking from behind. The loss was compounded by the fact that DU dressed only five defensemen for the game. Aided by 4:40 of power-play time to open the second period, the Beavers carried play. The Beavers converted the opportunity 2:27 into the period on a Wacker wrist shot from the blue line. Danny Mattson and Radoslav Illo each helped on the play extending their respective scoring streaks to four and five games. At the 18:13 mark of the second, Illo and Didier were each penalize for roughing. Illo’s penalty came with an additional penalty for face washing providing DU with a man advantage opportunity that lingered into the third period. After trailing 14-8 in shots during the first, BSU out shot DU 11-5 in the second to even the shots 19-19 heading into the final frame. Despite being short-handed to open the final 20 minutes of play, BSU held the Pioneers at bay until the 6:14 mark when BSU players collided and Chris Knowlton found breathing room to capped a Pioneers’ rush by sniping a nearside goal from the right faceoff circle. Tied 2-2 with 9:09 to play, freshman blueliner Matt Prapavessis was booked for holding in an effort to prevent a shot on a DU odd man rush. Denver would answer with a power-play goal just 59 second later to take the lead for good. Zucker’s second tally of the night came when he corralled a rebound sitting in crease and buried it into a virtually open net. DU finished the night 2-for-4 on the man advantage, while BSU converted just one of its three power-play chances. Bakala posted 25 saves in 58:30 of play, but surrendered all three DU goals and fell to 5-7-1 on the season. Olkinuora improved to 6-6-2 on the year with a 25-save performance. BSU is now 1-11-0 all-time versus the Pioneers in a rivalry dating back to 1967 and have yet to win a game in Denver (0-8-0).

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Bemidji B

Minnesota State Bemidji State

1 2

January 13, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,371

State Hockey Minnesota State Bemidji State

5 2

January 13, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 4,344

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Minnesota State (8-18-1; 4-15-1)

1

0

0

1

Bemidji State (12-11-2; 6-9-2)

0

1

1

2

Final Scoring Summary

First Period 8:58 MSU 1-0 6x6

Max Gaede (2) (Lehrke, Dorr)

Second Period 16:20 BSU 1-1 6x6

Danny Mattson (2) (Areshenko)

Third Period 9:46 BSU 2-1 6x6

uJordan George (13) (Kinne, McLeod)

February 3, 2012 Omaha, Neb. - CenturyLink Center Attendance : 9,079

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

Minnesota State (9-18-1; 5-15-1)

0

3

2

5

Bemidji State (12-12-2; 6-10-2)

0

2

0

2

First Period None Second Period 1:50 MSU 1-0 6x6 8:55 BSU 1-1 5x6 SH 10:14 MSU 2-1 6x6 15:00 MSU 3-1 6x6 16:21 BSU 3-2 6x6

Eriah Hayes (11) (Leitner, Lafontaine) David Boehm (2) (Kinne, Areshenko) Michael Dorr (5) (Louwerse, Mueller) uZach Lehrke (10) (McInnis, Dorr) Radoslav Illo (6) (Boehm)

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

11 6

15 9

14 11

40 26

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

1 4

2 29

0 0

0-for-3 0-for-1

.000 .000

Goaltending 1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Cook (3-5-0) Empty Net

6 0

8 0

10 0

24 0

58:44 1:16

2 0

Bakala (6-7-1)

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

10

15

14

39

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Brodie Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

2

3

Final

9 9

9 14

7 8

25 31

OT Final

Bemidji State (12-12-3; 6-10-3)

0

1

0

0

1

Neb.-Omaha (12-10-5; 9-6-4)

0

0

1

0

1

Second Period 0:54 BSU 1-0 6x6 Third Period

Radoslav Illo (7) (Walters, Hunt)

16:20 UNO 1-1 6x6

wBryce Aneloski (4) (Megna, Gwidt)

Overtime None

BSU UNO

1

2

3

OT

7 10

10 14

9 12

2 2

Final 28 38

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 4

10 8

0 1

1-for-4 0-for-5

.250 .000

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 5

14 10

0 0

0-for-4 0-for-6

.000 .000

BSU UNO

Goaltending

MSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Cook (4-5-0)

9

12

8

29

60:00

2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Walsh (6-4-1) Empty Net

9 0

6 0

5 0

20 0

59:27 0:33

4 1

Bemidji State Lines 1-2=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-3=5 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- On a night when the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team was out shot 40-26, senior goaltender Dan Bakala stood tall turning aside 39 Minnesota State University, Mankato shots to open the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) series with a 2-1 victory Friday at Sanford Center. Tied 1-1 midway through the third period, Jordan George potted his team-leading 13th goal of the season to provide BSU with the offense it needed to break the stalemate, gain two points in the league standings and improve to 12-11-2 overall and 6-9-2 in WCHA play. Minnesota State took the first lead of the game at 8:58 of the opening period when Max Gaede buried his own rebound. Park Rapids, Minn. native Zach Lehrke, bother of former Beaver forward Tyler and Michael Dorr, brother of former BSU women’s forward Frannie, were credited with assists on the play. Down 1-0, the Beavers found their backs against the wall at the 12:47 mark then the team lost forward Darcy Findlay for the game after the senior was whistled for a five-minute checking from behind penalty and a game misconduct. The BSU penalty-kill unit responded by holding the Mavericks scoreless for the entire penalty and BSU escaped trailing MSU by a goal at the end of the first. Bemidji State clawed its way back into the game before a back-and-fourth second period came to an end. With 4:40 to play in the period, Jake Areshenko found Danny Mattson at enter ice with an outlet pass. Mattson skated into the zone and capped the play a wrist shot placed just over the glove hand of the MSU goaltender Phil Cook from the right face off circle. The goal was the second of the season for Mattson and stretched his current scoring streak to a career-best five games. The teams opened the final 20 minutes of play locked a 1-1 tie. Despite carrying play for the majority of the period, the Beavers relied heavily on Bakala stay in the game and, after the George goal at the 9:46 mark, to hold the lead. BSU junior Aaron McLeod started the go-ahead-goal scoring play skating the puck into the zone and finding Ben Kinne along the far boards. Kinne threaded a pass through traffic hitting George streaking down the slot. After his first shot was kicked to the left by Cook, George corralled the loose puck and put it past the goalie’s blocker for his team-leading third game-winning goal of the season. Bakala finished the game stonewalling the Mavericks during the final 10 minutes, which included a pair of game-saving, one-on-one breakaway stops versus Lehrke with just over four minutes to play. Bakala finished the night stopping 39 of 40 MSU shots on goal to collect the win and improve to 6-7-1 overall. In addition he was the last line of defense for a penalty-kill unit that held MSU scoreless on three power-play opportunities (3-for-3). The BSU power-play unit got just one chance and registered three shots on goal, but was unable to convert (0-for-1). Cook made 24 stops, but was tagged with the loss after allowing two BSU goals. He falls to 3-5-0. BSU now holds a 46-36-13 advantage over Minnesota State in the all-time series and are 30-13-5 when hosting the Mavericks. However, MSU has won seven of the last nine meetings between the teams.

28

1

Goaltending

MSU

BSU

MSU BSU

3

Shots on Goal

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen MSU BSU

MSU BSU

2

Shots on Goal

1

First Period None

Third Period 17:38 MSU 4-2 6x6 Michael Dorr (6) (Lehrke, Hayes) 18:51 BSU 5-2 6x5 PP Mike Louwerse (1) (Mosey, Elbrecht)

MSU BSU

Bemidji State 1 Nebraska-Omaha 1

BSU

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala Empty Net

10 -

14 0

11 -

2 -

37 0

64:47 0:13

1 0

UNO

1

2

3

ot

Tot

Min

GA

Massa (6-7-2) Empty Net

7 0

9 -

9 -

2 -

27 0

64:57 0:03

1 0

Bemidji State Lines

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Brodie Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Minnesota State University, Mankato got two goals an assist from Michael Dorr and goaltender Phil Cook recorded 29 saves en route to a 5-2 Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) victory over Bemidji State University Saturday at Sanford Center. The victory allowed the Mavericks to salvage the series split and improve to 9-18-1 overall and 5-14-1 in league play, while the Beavers fall back to .500 at 12-12-2 overall and 6-10-2 in the WCHA. BSU clings to a three-point lead over MSU for 10th place in the association standings. The teams matched each other blow-for-blow during a scoreless first period. Each squad took one penalty, failed to score on its only power-play opportunity of the period and in 20 minutes of play, each team logged nine shots on goal. After an uneventful first, the second period packed a punch. The teams combined for five goals and 23 shots before MSU skated to into the second intermission with a 3-2 lead. Eriah Hays got the Mavericks on the board at the 1:50 mark capping a rush beating the BSU goalie stick side or his 10th goal of the season. BSU responded just over seven minutes later (8:55) with its first shorthanded goal since Sam Rendle scored down a man in the Beavers’ seasonopener, Oct. 7, at Miami University. Jake Areshenko got the play started with an outlet pass to Ben Kinne from the top of the BSU crease. Kinne found the tape of David Bohem at center ice before the junior turned on the speed to beat MSU down the ice and net his second goal as a Beaver. Following Dorr’s first point of the night and the eventual game-winner from Zach Lehrke put MSU up 3-1, Bemidji State battled back to cut the deficit to one goal, 2-1 on a Radoslav Illo rebound goal at the 16:21 mark. Bohem was credited with an assist on the scoring play, marking his first multi-point game at BSU. Trailing 3-2 to open the final 20 minutes of play, the Beavers were on the brink of climbing back into the game on multiple occasions, but when Dorr netted his second goal of the evening at the 17:38 mark of the third, the Mavericks tightened their grip on the contest. Minnesota State’s Mike Louwerse would add a power-play, empty-net goal with 1:09 left on the clock to solidify the victory for the Mavericks. The MSU power-play goal stood as the only man advantage tally of the game. The Mavericks finished the night 1-for-4, while BSU was held scoreless on all five of its power-play chances. Cook collected the victory stopping 29-of-31 BSU shots on goal in 60 minutes between the pipes. He climbs to 4-5-0 on the season. Andrew Walsh, who was inserted into Saturday’s line up due to an injury to senior Dan Bakala, was tagged with the loss surrendering four Maverick markers in 59:27. He was credited with 20 saves. He is 6-4-1 on the season. BSU continues to hold a 46-37-13 advantage over Minnesota State in the all-time series and are 30-14-5 when hosting the Mavericks. However, MSU has won eight of the last 10 meetings between the teams.

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Findlay 4F Orban Fisher Cain 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

OMAHA, Neb. (CenturyLink Center) -- Bemidji State University goaltender Dan Bakala turned a side 37 University of Nebraska-Omaha shots and held the Mavericks without a goal for 56:20, but a goal by Bryce Aneloski late in the third period forced overtime. Scoreless in overtime, the teams settled for a 1-1 tie at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb. In typical Beaver hockey fashion, Bemidji State lead heavily on defense and penalty-kill play. Bakala, who was back in net tonight after sitting out to injury Jan. 28, made saves on 37 of 38 shots faced and came up with game-saving stops on several occasions. In addition he backstopped a Bemidji State penalty-kill unit that held the Mavericks scoreless on six power-play opportunities and climb to second in the WCHA in penalty-killing efficiencies and .852 (69-of-81). Penalties littered the first period setting Nebraska-Omaha up with three power-play opportunities, which included 1:23 of 5-on-3 play, and the Beavers with two chances on the man advantage. With little offensive pressure during the final eight minutes of the period, Bakala kept the Beavers in the game making two point-blank stops and totaling 10 saves during the first 20 minutes. The Beavers and Mavericks skated into the first intermission locked in a 0-0 tie. Bemidji State opened the second period with a spark gaining an 1-0 edge just 54 seconds into the period. Radoslav Illo’s buried a wrist shot, his seventh of the season, through traffic beating the UNO goaltender Ryan Massa high glove side. Shea Walters and Brad Hunt were credited with assists on the play. The helper gave Hunt a team-best 14 on the season, while it put an end to the longest scoring drought of the senior’s career at seven games. The Beavers would hold the one-goal lead through the second period and deep into the third. UNO, which out shot BSU 38-28 in the game and 12-9 in the third period, ramped up its offensive pressure in the third and began to swing momentum in its favor. Bakala held the Mavericks scoreless into the final four minutes of the game, but Nebraska-Omaha broke through to knot the score at 1-1 with 3:40 to play. Bryce Aneloski took passes from Jaycob Megna and Brent Gwidt and fired a shot that trickled across the goalline. The late UNO goal pushed the game to overtime. The teams each registered two shots on goal in overtime, but it was BSU that generated the best scoring opportunities in the sudden death period. With 3:18 left, the Beavers cycled the puck to Jake Areshenko on the point. The junior unloaded a slap shot that rang off the post and caromed toward David Boehm on the doorstep, but Massa covered the puck to end BSU’s best chance. UNO’s Massa moved 5-3-2 on the season after allowing one goal and making 27 saves. Bakala’s 37-save performance marked the seventh time in 11 appearances versus Nebraska-Omaha, the goaltender has totaled more than 30 saves. He is now 6-2-3 all-time versus UNO and 6-7-2 in 2012. BSU was flawless on the penalty-kill, but struggled to get its power-play unit going. The Beavers failed to score on its three man advantage opportunities (0-for-3). The stalemate leaves the all-time BSU/UNO series tied 6-6-3, while Bemidji State is 5-1-2 in the last eight meetings between the teams. BSU is now 4-5-2 all-time in Omaha, Neb., but is unbeaten last four trips to CenturyLink Center (3-0-1).

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y Bemidji State 6 Nebraska-Omaha 4

(10) COlorado College 2 Bemidji State 4

(10) COlorado College 1 Bemidji State 4

February 4, 2012 Omaha, Neb. - CenturyLink Center Attendance : 6,878

February 10, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,305

February 11, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance : 3,681

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

1

2

3

1

2

3

Final

Bemidji State (13-12-3; 7-10-3)

2

1

3

6

Colorado College (15-10-12; 12-8-1)

0

2

0

2

Colorado College (15-11-12; 12-9-1)

1

0

0

1

Neb.-Omaha (12-11-5; 9-7-4)

1

1

2

4

Bemidji State (14-12-3; 8-10-3)

1

0

3

4

Bemidji State (15-12-3; 9-10-3)

0

2

2

4

First Period 6:33 BSU 1-0 6x6 13:48 UNO 1-1 6x6 14:50 BSU 2-1 6x6

Final Scoring Summary

Jordan George (14) (Kinne, McLeod) Jaycob Megna (2) (White, Broadhurst) Brance Orban (5) (Fisher, Findlay)

Second Period 16:05 BSU 3-1 6x6 Sam Windle (1) (McLeod) 19:39 UNO 3-2 6x5 PP Terry Broadhurst (15) (Searfoss, Megna) Third Period 4:51 BSU 4-2 8:06 UNO 4-3 8:39 BSU 5-3 10:33 UNO 5-4 19:45 BSU 6-4

6x5 PP 5x6 SH 6x5 PP 6x6 6x6 EN

Shea Walters (9) (Hunt, George) Terry Broadhurst (16) (Young, Aneloski) uBen Kinne (9) (George, Walters) Matt White (13) (Broadhurst, Turgeon) David Boehm (3) (Prapavessis)

Shots on Goal BSU UNO

1

2

3

Final

9 12

5 21

13 7

27 40

Penalties & Power Plays

First Period 19:12 CC 1-0 6x6

Aaron McLeod (7) (unassisted)

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

7 7

14 14

0 1

2-for-7 1-for-7

.286 .143

Goaltending

Second Period 0:28 BSU 1-1 6x6 Jordan George (15) (McLeod) 11:22 BSU 1-2 6x5 PP uShea Walters (10) (Kinne, Hunt)

Third Period 1:52 BSU 2-2 6x6 Brance Orban (6) (Walters) uTyler Tosunian (1) (Hunt, MacQueen) 10:11 BSU 2-3 6x6 19:30 BSU 2-4 6x6 EN Brance Orban (7) (Boehm, McLeod)

Third Period 0:21 BSU 1-3 6x6 11:36 BSU 1-4 6x6

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

CC BSU

1

2

3

Final

15 8

9 11

7 8

31 27

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

1 2

2 4

1 0

1-for-2 0-for-1

.500 .000

CC BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (7-7-2)

11

20

5

36

60:00

4

UNO

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Massa (5-4-2) Empty Net

7 0

4 0

10 0

21 0

58:01 1:59

5 1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Howe (5-6-1) Empty Net

7 0

11 0

5 0

23 0

59:15 0:45

3 1

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

15

7

7

29

60:00

2

Bemidji State Lines

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

1

Bakala (8-7-2)

2-5=7 pts 2-1=3 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-2=3 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 1-0=1 pts 6-10=16 pts

OMAHA, Neb. (CenturyLink Center) -- Jordan George posted a goal and two assists, while Ben Kinne and Shea Walters added a goal and an assist to help the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team outlast University of Nebraska-Omaha, gain a 6-4 victory and three points in the WCHA series at CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Neb. The Beavers were first to light the lamp and would never relinquish the lead, leaning heavily on special teams play and goaltending before matching a season-high offensive effort with six goals. George opened the 10-goal night placing a wrist shot just under the crossbar for his team-leading 14th goal of the season. Linemates Kinne and Aaron McLeod were credited with assists on the play. Seven minutes and 15 seconds later (13:48), UNO would tie the game, 1-1, on an even-strength goal from Jaycob Megna. With 5:15 left in the period, Darcy Findlay forced a UNO turnover. Drew Fisher pushed the puck up ice to Orban who dove and batted his fifth tally of 2011-12 out of the air and into the net to put BSU up 2-1 at the end of the first. Bemidji State goaltender Dan Bakala and the Beavers’ penalty-kill unit were tested during the second period. Bemidji State was whistled for four minor penalties, with three coming in the span of 2:35, setting up a pair of 5-on-3 opportunities for UNO. Just as it has so often this season, the special teams unit stepped up when called upon. BSU successfully snuffed out the Mavericks’ first three power-play chances and at the 16:05 mark of the period, the Beavers, in a rare full-strength moment, took a two-goal lead on Sam Windle’s first collegiate goal. The goal would prove to be big. The Mavericks and Terry Broadhurst capitalized on their fourth man advantage opportunity of the period to bring the score to 3-2 with just 20.5 second left. Aided by 4:35 of continuous power-play time and a total of 6:18 on the man advantage in the second, UNO out shot BSU 21-5 en rout to a 40-27 advantage on the night. Leading 3-2 to open the third period, BSU caught a break at the 4:03 mark when Brock Montpetit was whistled for a cross-check on Matt Prapavessis. Just 48 seconds into the man advantage, Brad Hunt rung a shot from the point off the post and Walters buried the rebound to put BSU up 4-2. The power-play goal was the first for the Beavers since Dec. 14, ending a string of 11 man advantage opportunities without a goal. After a short-handed marker by Broadhurst at 8:06 of the third brought UNO to 4-3, Bemidji State answered with a nice passing play between Walters and George to set up Kinne’s ninth of the season in a virtually open net. With 9:27 left, the Mavericks caught a break of their own and again reeled the Beavers to within a goal, 5-4. A strange bounce off a seam in the boards centered the puck to Matt White who psted his 13th marker of the season. UNO head coach Dean Blais pulled his goaltender to get an extra attacker on the ice with 61 seconds left, but David Boehm picked up a loose puck to score an empty-net goal with 15 seconds on the clock. BSU’s penalty-kill, which opened the day 12th in the nation (.850) and second in the league (.852), finished killing 6-of-7 (.857) UNO power-play chances, while its power-play unit converted 2-of-7 (.286) chances. Bakala’s totaled 36 saves in the win, which included 20 in the second period alone. The Bemidji State victory gives the Beavers a 7-6-3 advantage in the series, while BSU is 6-1-2 its last nine meetings with UNO.

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Orban Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

2

3

Final

3 18

8 3

24 27

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 2

6 4

0 0

0-for-2 1-for-3

.000 .333

CC BSU

CC

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Howe (5-7-1) Empty Net

9 0

16 0

1 0

26 0

59:58 0:02

2 0

BSU

Bakala (9-7-2)

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

12

3

8

23

60:00

1

Bemidji State Lines 1-1=2 pts 2-2=4 pts 0-1=1 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-1=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 4-5=9 pts

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The Bemidji State University men’s hockey team scored three third period goals to erase a one-goal deficit and hand No. 10 Colorado College a 4-2 loss Friday at Sanford Center. Brance Orban scored two goals to lead the Beavers, while Tyler Tosunian’s first collegiate goal 9:49 into the final frame put BSU ahead for good. Bemidji State improves to 14-12-3 overall and 8-10-3 in the WCHA, while Colorado College falls to 15-10-2 on the season and 12-8-1 in league play. In a period dominated by CC, it was Bemidji State that took a 1-0 lead to the locker room. Aaron McLeod got BSU on the scoreboard when he picked up a loose puck in the high slot, skated in from the left face off circle and slid a backhand shot on net that trickled between the pads of the Colorado College goaltender Joe Howe. The goal was unassisted and counted as McLeod’s seventh of the season. With a one-goal lead, the Beavers opened the second period one man short. Brady Wacker started the period in the box for a penalty that lingered 53 seconds into the second frame. The penalty would come back to haunt the Beavers. CC tied the game on a Rylan Schwartz odd-angle, power-play goal from the goalline extend at the 1:02 mark. Brother Jaden Schwartz and Gabe Guentzel were credited with assists on the play. Special teams play gave Colorado College its first lead of the game at the 13:26 mark. Guentzel was escorted to the penalty box supplying BSU with its first power-play opportunity of the evening, but it was the Tigers’ penalty-kill unit that came up with a play to break the tie. Aaron Harstad picked off a BSU pass along the boards and found Tim Hall streaking up the middle of the ice. Hall settled the head-high pass with his hand and snipped a shot of the cross bar in into the goal. Trailing 2-1 top open the third period, victory seemed to be slipping away from the Beavers. Entering the series, Bemidji State had been out scored 32-19 in the third, but tonight the team lit the lamp during the final 20 minutes of play to earn its 14th victory of the season. Orban sparked the BSU comeback evening the score at 2-2, just 1:53 into the third period. Shea Walters started the play corralling a loose puck at the top of BSU’s offensive zone. He skated the puck down the slot, but when we was unable to get a shot off and was funneled to the right of the net, he turned and centered the puck to Orban, who located the left corner high stick side. Tosunian’s game-wining one-timer from the top of the right face off circle came at the 10:11 mark. Brad Hunt skated around the back of the net before locating the freshman with a pass. Jamie MacQueen was also credited with an assist on the play after batting the puck out of the air to Hunt. BSU used an empty-net goal by Orban, is second goal of the night, with 30 seconds to play to solidify the victory, 4-2. Dan Bakala improved to 8-7-2 on the season turning aside 29 CC shots, which included 15 in the first period alone. Howe, who was in net or the Tigers due to an injury to starter Josh Thorimbert, saw his record dip to 5-6-1 after surrendering three goals despite making 23 stops. The Beavers finished the game 0-for-1 on the power-play, while CC was 1-for-2 on the man advantage. Following the victory Bemidji State the all-time series remains in favor of the Tigers 5-3-1, however, BSU has never lost when hosting CC (2-0-1).

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

1 13 9

Goaltending

CC

BSU

CC BSU

Aaron McLeod (8) (Kinne, George) Danny Mattson (3) (Jubinville)

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

BSU

Andrew Hamburg (1) (Schwartz, Schwartz)

Second Period 1:02 CC 1-1 6x5 PP Rylan Schwartz (19) (Schwartz, Guentzel) 13:26 CC 2-1 5x6 SH Tim Hall (3) (Harstad)

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU UNO

First Period 16:27 BSU 0-1 6x6

Final Scoring Summary

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Orban Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Wacker 3D Carlson Windle bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- Jordan George and Aaron McLeod each netted two points and Dan Bakala turned aside 23 shots as the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team defeated No. 10 Colorado College 4-1 to complete a WCHA series sweep at Sanford Center Saturday. Fueled by a dominant second period, Bemidji State erased a one-goal deficit, gained the lead and would not look back posting its third consecutive victory, while collecting its second league sweep of 2011-12. Opening the second period trailing the visiting Tigers 1-0, the Beavers out shot CC 18-3 in the frame, scoring two goals. Shea Walters’ eventual game-winner came on the power-play at the 11:22 mark and stood as the only special teams goal of the game. BSU finished 1-for-3 on the man advantage while holding the potent Tiger’s power-play scoreless on two opportunities. The Tigers scored first and took a 1-0 lead into the lock room at the first intermission getting a goal from Andrew Hamburg with just 48 seconds left in the period. CC peppered Bakala with 13 shots in the first. The BSU goaltender turned 12 aside, but with less than one minute left in the period, the Tigers got shots from Jaden Schwartz and Gabe Guentzel, both resulted in rebounds with Hamburg collecting a rebound and potted his first goal of the season. The Beavers responded by leveling the score just 28 seconds into the second period. George took a pass from the corner of the stick of Walters and settled the puck in the slot before potting his team-leading 15th tally of the season. Ignited by the goal, the Beavers dominated the period and would take their first lead of the game at the 11:22 mark. The Tigers’ Tim Hall was escorted to the penalty-box for tripping at the 10:19 mark supplying the Beavers with their second man advantage opportunity of the evening. BSU needed just 63 seconds to capitalize. A Ben Kinne shot was deflected in front of the net and settled behind the CC goaltender Joe Howe on the left post. Walters was in the right place at the right time and poked the puck into the goal to light the lamp for the 10th time this season. Brad Hunt was also credited with an assist on the scoring play extending his assist streak to four games while he tied Chris Morque (1990-94) for second on BSU’s all-time defensemen scoring list with 107 points (23g-84a). The Beavers started the third period very much it opened the second, this time extending its lead to 3-1 just 21 second in on McLeod’s eighth goal of the season. Kinne found McLeod streaking down the slot with a centering pass and McLeod tapped the puck past Howe. Danny Mattson was credited with a hard work goal 11:36 into the third to settle the score at 4-1. Bakala improved to 9-7-2 backstopping the Beavers to their 15th win of the season. Howe saw his record dip to 5-7-1 after surrendering all four BSU goals while posting 26 stops. Including the victory Bemidji State cut the Tigers’ lead in the all-time series to 5-4-1 and maintained an unblemished record when hosting CC at Sanford Center (3-0-1).

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Bemidji B

Bemidji State (7) Minnesota

State Hockey

0 3

Bemidji State (7) Minnesota

February 17, 2012 Minneapolis, Minn. - Mariucci Arena Attendance: 9,975

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Bemidji State (15-13-3; 9-11-3)

0

0

0

Minnesota (20-11-1; 16-7-1)

2

1

0

First Period 1:00 UM 0-1 6x6 9:13 UM 0-2 6x6

1 4

Wisconsin 4 Bemidji State 2

February 18, 2012 Minneapolis, Minn. - Mariucci Arena Attendance: 10,202

Final Scoring Summary

February 24, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance: 3,532

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

0 Bemidji State (15-14-3; 9-12-3)

1

0

0

1

3 Minnesota (20-11-1; 17-7-1)

1

2

1

4

First Period 1:17 UM 0-1 6x6 Erik Haula (13) (Hansen) 17:14 BSU 1-1 6x5 PP Brad Hunt (5) (Prapavessis, George)

uZach Budish (9) (Alt, Rau) Zach Budish (10) (Bjugstad, Marshall)

Second Period 7:00 UM 0-3 6x5 PP Nick Bjugstad (22) (Rau, Haula)

Second Period uJake Hansen (11) (Holl, Haula) 2:05 UM 1-2 6x6 7:07 UM 1-4 6x5 PP Erik Haula (14) (Rau, Schmidt)

Third Period None

Third Period 18:27 UM 1-4 6x6 EN

1

2

3

Final

Wisconsin (14-15-2; 9-14-2)

0

3

1

4

Bemidji State (15-15-3; 9-13-3)

1

0

1

2

First Period 17:10 BSU 0-1 6x6

Jake Areshenko (3) (Walters)

Second Period 3:57 UW 1-1 6x6 6:08 UW 2-1 6x6 19:47 UW 3-1 6x6

Frankie Simonelli (5) (LaBate, Ramage) Justin Schultz (14) (Mersch) uMichael Mersch (12) (Barnes, Zengerle)

Third Period 1:40 BSU 3-2 6x6 Jamie MacQueen (3) (Kinne, Jubinville) 19:28 UW 4-2 6x6 EN John Ramage (3) (Zengerle)

Seth Ambroz (5) (Condon, Helgeson)

Shots on Goal BSU UM

Shots on Goal

1

2

3

Final

2 14

7 13

4 9

13 36

Penalties & Power Plays Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 0

8 0

0 0

0-for-0 1-for-4

.000 .250

Goaltending

3

Final

4 11

9 13

9 8

22 32

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

2 3

4 6

0 0

1-for-3 1-for-2

.333 .500

BSU UM

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (9-8-2)

12

12

9

33

60:00

3

UM

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Patterson (20-11-1) Empty Net

2 0

7 0

4 0

13 0

59:36 0:24

0 0

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Orban Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Windle 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) -- Zach Budish scored a pair of first period goals and the No. 7 University of Minnesota held Bemidji State University to a season-low 13 shots on goal as the Golden Gophers cruised to a 3-0 Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) victory Friday at Mariucci Arena. Posting 13 saves, Minnesota goaltender Kent Patterson logged his seventh blank sheet of the year holding BSU without a single goal for the first time since Oct. 29--a streak spanning 22 games--and shut out the Beavers for just the second time in 2011-12. The Golden Gophers were quick out of the gate and sustained pressure for the entire first period. Minnesota out shot BSU 14-2 in the period, holding the Beavers without a shot on goal until the 12:35 mark. Budish put Minnesota up 1-0 just 60 seconds after the opening face off. Positioned at the top of the crease, he tipped a Mark Alt shot from the top of the right face off circle through traffic passed BSU goaltender Dan Bakala. Budish would extend Minnesota’s lead to 2-0 at the 9:13 mark of the first. Bakala kicked a Nick Bjugstad shot to the top of the crease and Budish was in the right place at the right time and buried the rebound for his 10th goal of the season. Ben Marshall was also credited with an assist on the play. Bemidji State settled into the second period with a pair of quality scoring chances in the opening minutes of the frame, but with Aaron McLeod in the penalty box, the Gophers would capitalize on their second power-play opportunity of the evening to stymie any momentum the Beavers were building. Minnesota’s third goal came of the stick of its leading scorer Bjugstad. After a pair of nifty passes from Kyle Rau and Erik Haula, Bjugstad lifted a shot high stick side and out of position, Bakala was not able to recover. It was Bjugstad’s 22nd goal of 2011-12. That was all Patterson would need as the senior turned aside BSU’s four third-period shots to complete the shutout. Bakala returned the favor at the other end of the ice piling up nine saves during the final 20 minutes of play to finish the game with 33 saves, but surrendered all three Minnesota goals in the loss to dip to 9-8-2 on the season. With the only power-play goal of the game, Minnesota finished 1-for-4 (.250) on the man advantage, while for the second time this season, the Beavers were held without a power-play opportunity. Minnesota continues to hold a 9-1-1 lead in the series between the team that got its start in 2000 and is unbeaten the last three times the team’s have met (2-0-1).

1

2

3

Final

7 11

13 8

6 11

26 30

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

5 2

10 4

0 0

0-for-2 0-for-5

.000 .000

UW BSU

Goaltending

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (9-9-2) Empty Net

10 0

11 0

5 0

36 0

59:41 0:19

3 1

UM

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Patterson (20-11-1) Empty Net

3 0

9 0

9 0

21 0

59:56 0:04

1 0

UW

1

2

3

Tot

Min

Peterson (5-6-0)

10

8

10

28

60:00

GA 2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (9-10-2) Empty Net

7 0

10 0

5 0

22 0

59:28 0:32

3 1

Bemidji State Lines

Bemidji State Lines 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

UW BSU

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

Goaltending

BSU

30

2

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen BSU UM

BSU UM

Shots on Goal

1

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Orban Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Windle 3D Carlson Brodie bold= starting line TOTAL

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

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) -- On a night when Brad Hunt officially etched his name as one of the greatest players in Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey history, Erik Haula spoiled the celebration, scoring twice to lead No. 7 University of Minnesota to a 4-1 victory over the Beavers at Mariucci Arena. Hunt’s first-period goal was his 108th point (24g-84a) in a green and white sweater giving him more points than any other blueliner in the 56-year history of the program. “It’s a pretty cool accomplishment,” said Hunt after the game. “Obviously it would have been a lot more meaningful if we would have got the win, but I am proud of myself, I know my mom and dad are really proud too and those guys in that room are proud.” Minnesota took a 1-0 lead just 1:17 into the game on a Erik Haula wrist shot over the stick hand of BSU goaltender Dan Bakala. Jake Hansen got the play started collecting a BSU turnover on the blue line before feeding Haula with a pass. It was the Gophers’ first shot of the evening. BSU knotted the score at 1-1 before time ran out in the period. Hunt netted his fifth goal of the season at the 17:14 mark of the first. With Nick Bjugstad in the penalty box, Hunt and the Beavers’ capitalized on their first power-play opportunity of the night. The record-breaking goal came in typical Hunt fashion. The senior took a pass from Matt Prapavessis skated to the point and unleashed a rocket that Minnesota goaltender Kent Patterson had no chance to catch up to, beating him high stick side. Jordan George was alo credited with an assist on the play. The goal, not only solidifies Hunt as BSU’s top-scoring defenseman of all time, it also stands as his 16th career power-play goal vaulting him past Clay Simmons (1999-2002) for the top spot on BSU’s Division I-era power-play goals by defensemen list. Tied 1-1 to open the second, a Hansen wrister from right face off circle put the Gophers back in front just 2:05 into the frame. Although the Beavers dictated play for the next several minutes Minnesota built a 3-1 lead with help from its power-play unit. With BSU’s Jeff Jubinville in the box, Minnesota won the ensuing face of and Haula would light the lamp for the second time of the night on a one-timer from Kyle Rau and Nate Schmidt at the 7:07 mark of the period. Unable to capitalize on any of its scoring chances in the third period, still trailing 3-1, the Beavers elected to pull their goaltender to get an extra attacker on the ice with 1:55 to play. The Gophers secured the victory an the series sweep 22 seconds later on a Seth Ambroz empty-net goal. Each team finished the game with a power-play goal. Minnesota was 1-for-2 (.500) on the man advantage, while BSU converted 1-of-3 (.333) chances. Bakala was solid in net again. Despite taking the loss, he piled up 28 saves in 59:41 of play, but allowed three of the Gophers four goals to dip to 9-9-2 on the season. Patterson posted his 21st victory of the season on the other end of the ice turning aside 21 of BSU’s 22 shots on goal.

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Orban Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Tosunian Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Windle 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

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

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The University of Wisconsin erased an early deficit using three goals in the second period to hand the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team a 4-2 loss in WCHA action at Sanford Center. Entering the game just 1-8-1 on the road this season, the Badgers clawed their way out of a road funk in their first ever visit to Bemidji, Minn. getting two points from Michael Mersch, Mark Zengerle and Jon Ramage in the victory. Despite a valiant effort from an inspired BSU team in the third period, a comeback attempt would fall short as the Beavers’ record dipped to .500, at 15-15-3, for the first time since Feb. 3 when the team was 12-12-3 overall. Bemidji State was first to light the scoreboard. Shea Walters won an offensive zone face off to defenseman Jake Areshenko at the top of the left circle. The junior unleashed a slap shot that beat Badger goaltender Landon Peterson high glove side to put BSU up 1-0 at the 17:10 mark of the period. A bit sluggish out of the gate, Areshenko’s lamplighter was all the Beavers had to show for a first period during which they had three power-play opportunities and out shot UW 11-7. Trailing by a goal to open the second period, Wisconsin kicked the pedal to the floor and dominated play during stanza. At the 3:57 mark, a goal by Frankie Simonelli tied the game 1-1. John Ramage got the play started by digging the puck out of scrum in the corner and flipping it to Joseph LaBate. LaBate slid the puck across the top of the slot to Simonelli who let a shot fly though traffic. Wisconsin took its first lead of the game, 2-1, at the 6:08 mark of the second when a Justin Schultz shot from the left face off circle caromed off the back wall and banked into the net off the back of Dan Bakala’s right skate. Michael Mersch was credited with an assist on the play. Mersch would give the Badgers a two-goal lead heading into the locker room for the second intermission scoring his 11th goal of the season assisted by Tyler Barnes and Zengerle with just 13 seconds left in the period. Wisconsin finished the period out shooting BSU 13-8. The Beavers opened the third with desperation. Just 1:40 into the frame Jamie MacQueen ignited a Bemidji State rally pulling the Beavers to within a goal, 3-2. Teammate Ben Kinne put the puck on the right post and when MacQueen circled around the back side of the net, he poked it over the goal line for the third tally of his senior campaign. At the 8:06 mark, MacQueen again found himself on the doorstep poking the puck across the line for what looked to be the game-tying goal, but the celebration was short-lived as the referee immediately waved the goal off stating an intent to blow the whistle after Peterson’s glove covered the puck. The disallowed goal snuffed out the BSU rally and the Badgers would solidify the win when Rampage backhanded the puck the length of the ice for an empty-net goal with 32 seconds left on the clock. The power-play was a non factor in the for both teams. The teams combined for seven power-play opportunities, but would fail to find the back of the net as BSU finished the game 0-for-5 and Wisconsin came up dry on both of its man advantage chances (0-for-2). Peterson improved to 5-6-0 on the season turning aside 28 BSU shots and allowing two goals in 60 minutes of work between the pipes. Bakala posted 22 saves, but was pegged with loss after surrendering three Badger goals in 59:24. He falls to 9-10-2 on the season. The win extends Wisconsin’s lead in the series to 4-0-0. Wisconsin remains the only current WCHA member team that BSU has not defeated.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes


Bemidji State Hockey y Wisconsin 4 Bemidji State 2

Bemidji State 2 Alaska-Anchorage 1

Bemidji State 5 Alaska-Anchorage 4

February 25, 2012 Bemidji, Minn. - Sanford Center Attendance: 3,891

March 2, 2012 Anchorage, Alaska - Sullivan Arena Attendance: 2,802

March 3, 2012 Anchorage, Alaska - Sullivan Arena Attendance: 2,883

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

Final Scoring Summary

Wisconsin (15-15-2; 9-15-2)

0

2

2

4

Bemidji State (15-16-3; 9-14-3)

1

1

0

2

First Period 10:30 BSU 0-1 6x5 PP Ben Kinne (10) (Walters, Hunt)

Shots on Goal

Bemidji State (16-16-3; 10-14-3)

2

0

0

2

Alaska-Anchorage (9-22-2; 5-21-1)

1

0

0

1

Jordan George (17) (McLeod, Prapavessis) uJordan George (18) (Orban, McLeod) Andrew Pickering (1) (Mellor, Currier)

Third Period None

2

3

Final

6 8

16 9

13 6

35 23

BSU UAA

1

2

3

Final

10 7

10 3

7 5

27 15

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

4 6

19 23

0 0

1-for-6 2-for-4

.167 .500

Goaltending

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

0 3

0 6

0 0

0-for-3 0-for-0

.000 .000

BSU UAA

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Rumpel (10-9-2)

7

8

6

21

60:00

2

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (9-11-2) Empty Net

6 0

14 0

11 0

31 0

59:14 0:14

3 1

Bemidji State Lines 1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Windle 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (10-11-2)

6

3

5

14

60:00

1

UAA

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Kamal (4-11-0) Empty Net

8 0

10 0

7 0

25 0

58:47 1:13

2 0

BEMIDJI, Minn. (Sanford Center) -- The University Wisconsin scored three unanswered goals during the final 21:30 of play Saturday at Sanford Center handing the Bemidji State University men’s ice Hockey team a 4-2 loss to complete the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) series sweep. Deadlocked at 2-2 with time running low on a five-minute major penalty to Jake Areshenko, the Badgers’ top-scoring defenseman Justin Schultz fired a wrist shot though traffic from the point that found the back of the and swung the game in Wisconsin’s favor. UW would add a empty-net goal from Michael Mersch with 60 seconds to play to settle the score at 4-2. Specials teams played a significant role in the game. Both of BSU goals came on the man advantage (2-for-4), while Wisconsin’s decisive tally came in the midst of a third period during which BSU’s penalty-kill unit spent 7:47 on the ice. The Badgers finished the night 1-for-6 on the power-play. For the second consecutive evening, the Beavers took an early lead. Ben Kinne got BSU on the board at the 10:30 mark of the first period matching a career-high scoring his 10th goal of the season. Two minutes and 39 seconds into a major penalty, Brad Hunt found Shea Walters in the slot. Walters fired a shot on goal that was kicked to the right by Wisconsin goaltender Joel Rumple. Kinne was on the doorstep and deposited the rebound into the back of the net. Trailing 1-0 after the first period, the Badgers out shot the Beavers 16-9 in the second netting a pair of goals in the period to enter the third with the score knotted 2-2. Brad Navin erased the BSU lead 2:48 into the second frame. After Jordan George put the Beavers back in front with his team-leading 16th goal of the season on a power-play marker from Hunt and Walters at the 7:39 mark, Sean Little posted his first tally of 2011-12 with just 90 second left in the stanza to even the score. With 44 seconds remaining in the period, Areshenko was whistled for checking from behind and given an early exit, The major penalty would linger into the third period and come back to haunt the Beavers. Bemidji State’s league-leading penalty-kill unit was on point all night snuffing out six of seven UW power-play opportunities, which included the first 4:31 of the five-minute major, but with 29 seconds the Schultz shot founds its way though traffic to put the Badgers in the lead for good. BSU goaltender Dan Bakala finished the night with 31 saves, which included 14 in the second period alone, but was tagged with the loss after surrendering three Badgers goals in 59:46 of action. He falls to 9-11-2 on the season. Rumple earned the victory making 21 saves. He improves to 10-9-2. The Beavers remain winless versus the Badgers in five games played (05-0).

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Windle 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

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

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Sullivan Arena) -- Jordan George scored two firstperiod goals and Dan Bakala turned aside 14 of 15 shots as the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team ended a four-game losing skid late Friday by defeating University of Alaska-Anchorage 2-1 in the opening game of the final series of the 2011-12 Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) regular season. The victory was the first for the Beavers since a 4-1 win versus Colorado College Feb. 11 at Sanford Center, stopping BSU’s longest losing streak of the season at four games. George scored on the Beavers’ first shot on goal of the night, lighting the lamp for the 17th time of 2011-12 at the 7:46 mark of the first period with help from Matt Prapavessis and Aaron McLeod, who was dressing in his 100th collegiate game. Bemidji State’s lead would grow to two goals, 2-0, at the 13:57 mark of the period. George’s career-high 18th goal of the season came with help from McLeod and Brance Orban. The goal would stand as the eventual game-winner. George now paces all BSU players with our game-winning goals. Before the first period came to an end, the Seawolves would get on the scoreboard. With 3:55 left in the frame, Andrew Pickering netted his first goal of the season sending the teams into the intermission separated by just a goal. The score would stay locked at 2-1 through the second period, despite UAA supplying BSU with three power-play opportunities in the period, and deep into the third. The Seawolves would pull goaltender Chris Kamal for the final 1:13 in an attempt to get an extra attacker on the ice, but Bakala would stand tall for BSU and stymie the UAA charge to gain his 10th victory in net (10-11-2). BSU would finish the night 0-for-3 on the man advantage, while for the first time all season, BSU was not whistled for a single penalty leaving its penalty-kill unit untested. The victory gives the Beavers a 2-1-0 lead in the all-time series and garners BSU its first win in the state of Alaska (1-0-0). With the WCHA postseason beginning to solidify, the top four teams have clinched home series in the first round. University of Minnesota assured itself at least a share of the WCHA regular-season championship and the tournament’s No. 1 seed, while University of Minnesota Duluth took the No. 2 seed, University of Denver occupies the No. 3 spot and University of North Dakota the No. 4 seed. If the Beavers win the season finale, and Minnesota defeats University of Wisconsin, BSU will finished ninth and head to Grand Forks, N.D. All other outcomes will place BSU 10th send the Beavers to Denver, Colo. for the best-of-three opening round March 9-11.

Beaver Hockey 2011-12 Game Notes

Final

Bemidji State (17-16-3; 11-14-3)

1

3

1

5

Alaska-Anchorage (9-23-2; 5-22-1)

2

2

0

4

First Period 4:22 UAA 0-1 5x5 7:18 BSU 1-1 6x6 8:08 UAA 1-2 6x6

Jordan Kwas (4) (Karl, Sproule) Shea Walters (11) (Illo, Wacker) Sam Mellor (4) (Leinweber, Bailey)

Second Period 0:37 UAA 1-3 6x6 4:39 BSU 2-3 6x5 PP 10:13 BSU 3-3 6x6 13:29 UAA 3-4 6x6 15:39 BSU 4-4 6x5 PP

Jade Portwood (4) (Cameron, Naslund) Shea Walters (12) (George, Kinne) Matt Prapavessis (1) (McLeod, Orban) Corbin Karl (3) (Portwood) Brance Orban (8) (Mattson, Illo)

Third Period 2:56 BSU 5-4 6x6

uBrance Orban (9) (Bakala, Findlay)

BSU UAA

1

2

3

Final

8 4

16 11

4 7

28 22

Pen

Min

SHG

PPG/O

Pct.

3 4

6 16

0 0

2-for-3 0-for-3

.667 .000

BSU UAA

BSU

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Bakala (11-11-2) Empty Net

2 0

9 0

7 0

18 0

59:45 0:15

4 0

UAA

1

2

3

Tot

Min

GA

Sidor (0-2-0) Empty Net

7 0

13 0

3 0

23 0

57:51 2:09

5 0

Bemidji State Lines

Bemidji State Lines 2-0=2 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-2=2 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-0=0 pts 2-4=6 pts

3

Goaltending

Goaltending

UW

2

Penalties & Power Plays

Penalties & Power Plays

Pen

1

Shots on Goal

Shots on Goal

1

Penalties & Power Plays UW BSU

3

Second Period None

Third Period 3:47 UW 3-2 6x5 PP Justin Schultz (15) (McCabe, Zengerle) 19:00 UW 4-2 6x6 EN Michael Mersch (13) (Dahl, Simonelli)

UW BSU

2

First Period 7:46 BSU 1-0 6x6 13:57 BSU 2-0 6x6 16:05 UAA 2-1 6x6

Second Period 2:48 UW 1-1 6x6 Brad Navin (3) (Clark, Dahl) 7:39 BSU 1-2 6x5 PP Jordan George (16) (Walters, Hunt) 18:30 UW 2-2 6x6 Sean Little (1) (Simonelli, Meuer)

Final Scoring Summary

1

1F Kinne McLeod George 2F Illo Walters Boehm 3F MacQueen Jubinville Mattson 4F Orban Fisher Findlay 1D Hunt Prapavessis 2D Areshenko Windle 3D Carlson Wacker bold= starting line TOTAL

0-3=3 pts 2-2=4 pts 0-1=1 pts 2-2=4 pts 1-0=1 pts 0-0=0 pts 0-1=1 pts 5-9=14 pts

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Sullivan Arena) -- Brance Orban netted a pair of goals and an assist, while Shea Walters added two goals to lead the Bemidji State University men’s ice hockey team to a 5-4 victory over University of AlaskaAnchorage Saturday at Sullivan Arena. The victory not only solidified the Beavers’ first road sweep of the season, it also pushed BSU past University of Wisconsin to claim ninth place in the final Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) standings at 17-16-3 overall and 11-14-3 in league play. As the No. 9 seed, the Beavers will travel to fourthseeded University of North Dakota for a best-of-three opening round of the WCHA playoffs March 9-11. The opening game is slated for a 7:37 p.m. face off at Ralph Engelstad Arena Friday, while Saturday and, if needed Sunday, contests are each set to begin at 7:07 p.m. A match up of the WCHA’s two lowest scoring teams far exceeded its billing. A total of nine goals were scored in the series finale, including five in the second period alone. But it was the Beavers, who entered the final game of the regular season averaging 2.48 goals per game, that netted five goals to gain the victory, 5-4. Twenty-four hours after holding UAA to one goal on just 15 shots on net, the Beavers found themselves down 2-1 at the end of the first period allowing the Seawolves a pair of goals on their first three shots. The Seawolves got on the board just 4:22 into the game, on a Jordan Kwas goal and after the Beavers’ Walters answered to tie the game 1-1 at the 7:18 mark, Sam Mellor took a backdoor pass from Curtis Leinweber and Matt Bailey to send Alaska-Anchorage to the first intermission owning a 2-1 lead. The seesaw contest continued in the second period. BSU and UAA would combine for 27 shots on goal and five goals scored in one of the wildest periods of BSU’s season. The Beavers came out with more jump in the second, but Jade Portwood and UAA bit just 37 seconds into the period to take their largest lead of the night at 3-1. BSU caught a break at the 4:03 mark of the frame when Brad Gorham was whistled for interference. It took the Beavers’ power-play unit just 36 seconds to convert. After Walters won an offensive zone face off, Ben Kinne fired a shot on goal that was turned aside by UAA senior goaltender Dusan Sidor, but the determined unit would not quit and Walters found the back of the net on a second or third try from the front of the crease for his second goal of the evening. Just under six minutes later (10:19) the Beavers struck again, this time on a blast from the point off the stick of freshman blueliner Matt Prapavessis. The rookie’s first collegiate goal evened the score at 3-3. After the Seawolves had the go ahead goal waived off a the 12:33 mark, a Corbin Karl tally put UAA ahead, 4-3, at the 13:29 mark of the second. Before time would expire on the frame (15:39), Orban netted his first goal of the night. The power-play goal sent the teams into the final 20 minutes of play with the score deadlocked at 4-4. The teams settled down in the third period totalling just 11 shots on goal. At the 2:56 mark of the frame, Orban connected on his ninth goal of the season. The goal put BSU up 5-4 and the Beavers would answer the call late as UAA pulled Sidor for an extra attacker with 2:09 left. In addition, Orban was whistled for tripping and sent to the box supplying the Seawolves with a 46 second 6-on-4 opportunity. The victory gives the Beavers a 3-1-0 lead in the all-time series.

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