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State University of New York College at Plattsburgh Mission Statement: The State University of New York College at Plattsburgh prepares a diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students for a wide range of professional pursuits, responsible citizenship, and ethical life based on a strong foundation in the liberal arts. The college is a selective public institution offering an affordable yet high-quality education. SUNY Plattsburgh supports students in the discovery and cultivation of collaborative leadership in their chosen careers and communities. We challenge students to think, learn, and excel through both close interactions with an outstanding faculty and staff and participation in rewarding experiential learning opportunities. We are committed to academic excellence, ethical values and practice, lifelong learning, and responsible citizenship in a sustainable global community. SUNY Plattsburgh contributes to the cultural enrichment and economic development of the Northeastern New York region. Academic programs, recreational activities, and community involvement and services embrace our distinctive location - near Lake Champlain, the Adirondack Mountains, and Canada.

SUNY Plattsburgh Fast Facts: • The college was founded in 1889 as the State Normal and Training School at Plattsburgh. • SUNY Plattsburgh is a comprehensive four-year college serving over 6,000 enrolled students. • Named to Kiplinger’s 100 Best Values in Public Education list. • For the second year in a row, SUNY Plattsburgh has ranked among US News & World Report’s “Best Universities in the North” as a master’s level institution. • Three academic divisions include Arts and Science, School of Business and Economics and Education, Health and Human Services. • Sixty four baccalaureate degrees and graduate programs in education, counselor education, school psychology, speech-language pathology and liberal studies are offered. • Faculty nationally recognized through published works, scholarship honors and speaking at academic conferences. • One hundred percent of college courses are taught by faculty – not graduate assistants. • Average class size is 24 and student-to-faculty ratio is 17:1. • Accredited by the Middle States Association of College and Schools. • Diverse student population: 90 percent of students are New York state residents and 48 countries are represented. • The college promotes active learning through internships, cooperative education placements and field studies.

• One-hundred student organizations span cultural, social, academic and recreational interests. • New majors include Fitness and Wellness Leadership, Supply Chain Management, Ecology, among others. • Campus consists of 35 buildings spread across 300 acres. • Greater Plattsburgh has a population of 40,000 and the North Country, 119,000. • The City of Plattsburgh sits in the northeast corner of the state, nestled between the western shore of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack mountains. • The community is within an hour’s drive from Whiteface Mountain and Lake Placid, N.Y. (home of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics); Burlington, Vt.; and Montreal, Quebec, Canada. • Plattsburgh is the economic, cultural and entertainment hub of the North Country. • The region was instrumental in the history of American independence. • College Library and Special Collections holds historical manuscript material for New York state and Canada. • Outdoor recreational opportunities abound in the North Country: snow/water skiing, snowshoeing, mountain and ice climbing, camping, fishing, boating, tennis and golf. • Seventeen intercollegiate sports are sponsored in the NCAA Division III State University of New York Athletic and Eastern College Athletic conferences. • Cardinal Athletics has produced four NCAA championship teams, 127 All-Americans and scores of conference individual/team champions and all-league honorees.


Table of Contents Meet the Head Coach.....................................................................................................2 Meet the Coaches and Support Staff............................................................................3 2011-2012 Roster............................................................................................................4 Meet the Seniors......................................................................................................... 5-9 Meet the Returners................................................................................................. 10-14 Meet the Newcomers.............................................................................................. 14-16 Team Building/Community Service............................................................................17 All-Time Records.................................................................................................... 18-20 All-Time Results..................................................................................................... 21-25 All-Time Record vs. Opponents/Friends of Plattsburgh...........................................26 Cardinals in the NCAA Tournament............................................................................27 National Championships.............................................................................................28 All-Time Honors............................................................................................................29 AHCA All-Americans....................................................................................................30 All-Time Roster....................................................................................................... 31-32 Retired Cardinal Jerseys.............................................................................................32 Plattsburgh State Athletic Hall of Fame Hockey Players..........................................33 Cardinal Academics.....................................................................................................34 SUNYAC Awards...........................................................................................................35 All-Time Team Awards.................................................................................................36 Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena.......................................................................................37 Cardinals’ Team Room.................................................................................................38 Athletic Training Facility..............................................................................................39 Fitness Center..............................................................................................................40 On the Cover

Seniors Kyle Kudroch and Vick Schlueter return to lead the Cardinals in the 201112 season.

Credits

The 2011-12 Plattsburgh State men’s hockey guide was designed, written, compiled and edited by Plattsburgh State Sports Information Director Stephanie Dutton, Assistant Chris Taylor and Student Assistants Allan Leavy and Eric Gissendanner. Team headshots by Stephanie Dutton. Team photo by Semeraro Photography. Action and additional photos provided by Gabe Dickens and Plattsburgh SID Archives. Cover design by Sport Productions.

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Meet the Head Coach

Bob Emery, Head Coach Entering his 23rd season behind the Plattsburgh State bench with the 2011-12 campaign, Bob Emery has established himself as one of the nation’s top head coaches in all of NCAA college men’s ice hockey. His resume speaks for itself: two national championships, 15 NCAA tournament appearances including nine trips to the Division III semifinals, 13 State University of New York Athletic Conference championships and 17 All-Americans. Emery’s 485-154-49 career record makes him the winningest coach in the program’s storied history, and his .741 winning percentage ranks in the Top 5 all-time in the NCAA. He ranks fourth among Division III active coaches with 485 victories. During the 2007-08 season, Emery picked up career win No. 400 with an 11-1 victory over conference rival Potsdam on Oct. 26, becoming the sixth coach in Division III history to reach the milestone. He led Plattsburgh to four titles in 2007-08: Primelink Great Northern Shootout (5-3 over Norwich), Cardinal Classic (3-2 over St. Scholastica), SUNYAC regular-season (142/1st place) and SUNYAC tournament (4-3 over Oswego, the 2007 NCAA and defending conference champion). The Cardinals also made their NCAArecord 16th Division III tournament appearance, advancing to the national championship game against top-ranked Saint Norbert. The team tied a school record with six all-conference selections, including USCHO All-America defenseman Nick Rolls who was on the first team and SUNYAC Tournament MVP Bryan Hince who made the second team as a freshman goaltender. In 2006-07, the Cardinals became the first opponent to beat Oswego in its new building, a 4-1 triumph on Feb. 10. Rolls and SUNYAC Rookie of the

Year Pier-Luc Belanger both made the all-conference team. Plattsburgh, which was nationally ranked as high as No. 12, advanced to the SUNYAC Finals for the 16th straight year. Plattsburgh ended 2006 with its 15thconsecutive berth in the SUNYAC Tournament championship (series), a No. 14 national ranking in the final regular-season poll and a 19-12-1 record. Kevin Galan led the nation with 15 power-play goals as a freshman, Nick Rolls made the USCHO. com East All-Rookie Team and five Cardinals were selected to all-conference and all-SUNYAC tournament teams. Emery’s teams have won 20 games in a season 15 times, including a 32-2-2 campaign in 1992 when Plattsburgh captured its first NCAA title with him at the helm. The Cardinals recorded a trifecta of championships that season, adding crowns in the ECAC West Division and SUNYAC. Emery and company won their second NCAA championship in 2001, upsetting previously-undefeated and top-ranked Rochester Institute of Technology 6-2 on the Tigers’ home ice in the finals. The Cardinals went 29-5 in NCAA competition and swept the SUNYAC regular-season and tournament titles. Since Emery took over the Plattsburgh reins in 1990, he has amassed over 55 percent of the program’s victories in the 33-year-history as a varsity sport. He won his 300th career victory against Colby Jan. 22, 2002 and picked up No. 350 over

Oswego in the SUNYAC championship series on March 6 two years later. Arguably the most decorated coach in the SUNYAC with 13 league championships in 21 tournament appearances, Emery has mentored six SUNYAC Players of the Year, seven SUNYAC Rookies of the Year, 15 SUNYAC Tournament MVPs and over 100 All-SUNYAC and conference alltournament selections. The Cards have won 10 of the last 15 SUNYAC championships, including a six-year string from 1997 to 2002. During Emery’s very first season as Plattsburgh’s head coach in 1989-90, the Cardinals (22-10-3) earned the SUNYAC title on Geneseo home-ice after blanking Fredonia 6-0 in the semifinals and edging the host Knights 5-4 in the championship game. Emery actually began his Plattsburgh career the previous season as an assistant coach under Steve Hoar. He helped the Cardinals to a 20-5-1 record, which included a 15-game unbeaten streak late in the schedule. He is a past chair of the NCAA Division III Men’s Ice Hockey Championship Committee that is responsible for selecting teams and administering the NCAA Tournament. A 1986 graduate of Boston College as a marketing major, Emery earned a master’s degree in leadership administration from Plattsburgh State in 1990.

THE EMERY COACHING RECORD

Season............................... W L 1989-90 *........................... 22 10 1990-91............................. 19 7 1991-92 * ! ........................ 32 2 1992-93 *........................... 25 6 1993-94............................. 18 9 1994-95............................. 20 9 1995-96............................. 20 6 1996-97 *........................... 22 6 1997-98 *........................... 26 8 1998-99 *........................... 24 5 1999-00 *........................... 26 4 2000-01 * !......................... 29 5 2001-02 *........................... 20 9 2002-03............................. 20 9 2003-04 *........................... 23 5 2004-05............................. 18 13 2005-06............................. 19 12 2006-07............................. 14 8 2007-08 *........................... 25 5 2008-09 *........................... 24 2 2009-10 ............................ 19 6 2010-11.............................. 20 8 Totals (22 years;.742).... 485 154

T 3 1 2 2 2 2 3 3 1 3 3 0 4 3 3 0 1 6 0 2 4 1 49

► 21 SUNYAC Tournament Berths

► 13 SUNYAC Championships, including six straight from 1997-02 ► 15 NCAA Tournament Appearances ► Three straight NCAA Final Four appearances from 2000-02 ► Two NCAA Championships ► 5-time SUNYAC Coach of the Year ► 7-time National Coach of the Year Finalist ► 4th all-time in NCAA III winning pct. ► 4th all-time in all-Divisions W-L pct. ► 5th all-time in NCAA III victories

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Meet the Coaches and Support Staff

Steve Moffat ‘98 Assistant Coach Steve Moffat enters his 11th year on the Plattsburgh State men’s hockey coaching staff, and his 8th season as Bob Emery’s top assistant, in 2011-12. Moffat’s chief

responsibilities include recruiting, gamefilm breakdown, assisting with game and practice preparation, monitoring academic success of student-athletes and team travel. In addition, he serves as an event manager for men’s lacrosse and organizes the Cardinals’ annual benefit dinner for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. “Steve is a great asset to our program,” Emery says. “He knows Plattsburgh hockey from all angles, having been a recruited student-athlete, a Cardinal player, a graduate assistant coach and assistant coach. There is no better person selling the program than Steve. He has the privilege of selling a product that he bought into years ago.” A two-time All-American, including firstteam honors in 1997-98, Moffat finished his stellar career at Plattsburgh with 106 goals, which is third all-time in school annals, and 203 points, sixth all-time. He was a back-to-back honoree for the Plattsburgh

State Male Athlete of the Year in 1997 and ‘98 during his junior and senior seasons. After his college graduation, Moffat played professionally in the East Coast Hockey League for the Northeast Division champion Columbus Chill in 1998-99. The following season, he helped the Florida Everblades with the ECHL’s best record and 2000 Southeast Division crown. His post-graduate accolades include the Cardinal Hockey All-Decade Team for 1995-2004 era and induction into the Cardinal Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2010. A 1998 graduate of Plattsburgh State with a bachelor’s degree in sociology, Moffat earned a 2002 master’s degree in school counseling, also at the College. He had worked at Seton Catholic High School in Plattsburgh as a counselor before joining Emery’s staff full time. An avid golfer, Moffat is a member of the American Hockey Coaches Association.

Gregg Fesette Assistant Coach

Jeff Wood Vol. Asst. Coach

Jason Pachter Team Trainer

Eric Poelma Manager

Matt Thomson Manager

Justin Rushlow Video Coordinator

Jen Cramer Intern

Ruby HernandezTorres

Brittany Meilak Intern

Kimberlyn Pelkey Intern

Intern

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2011-2012 Roster No. Name Pos. Year Ht. Wt. S/C Hometown/Last Team 3 Barry Roytman D So. 5-10 160 L Staten Island, N.Y./Kanata Stallions (CJHL) 5 Paul Puglisi D Jr. 5-10 185 R St. Louis, Mo./Brockville Braves (CJHL) 7 Vick Schlueter F Sr. 6-0 195 R Palmerston, Ontario/Kingston Voyageurs (OPJHL) 8 Kyle Taylor F Sr. 5-6 170 R St. Albans, Vt./Brockville Braves (CJHL) 9 Patrick Jobb F Jr. 5-8 180 L Oshawa, Ontario/Cobourg Cougars (OPJHL) 10 Jake Mooney F Fr. 5-10 165 L North York, Ontario/North York Rangers (OPJHL) 11 Ryan Craig F Sr. 6-0 185 L Easton, Md./Niagara University (AHA) 12 Adam Scuglia F Fr. 6-1 185 L Richmond Hill, Ontario/Brampton Capitals (OPJHL) 14 Nick Jensen F So. 6-3 205 L Helsingborg, Sweden/Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) 15 Alex Jensen F Fr. 6-1 195 L Helsingborg, Sweden/Fairbanks Ice Dogs (NAHL) 16 Brandon Beadow D Fr. 6-1 205 R Kapuskasing, Ontario/Vaughn Vipers (OPJHL) 18 Jeff Vanzant D Fr. 5-10 185 R Barrie, Ontario/Peterborough Stars (OPJHL) 19 Alex Brenton F Fr. 5-7 170 R Kanata, Ontario/Kemptville 73’s (CJHL) 20 Kyle Kudroch C Sr. 5-9 180 L Cottam, Ontario/Leamington Flyers (WOJHL) 21 Matt MacLeod D Sr. 5-9 180 R Woburn, Mass./Winchendon School (NEPS) 22 Preston Kaye D Fr. 6-3 205 R Orleans, Mass./Northern Cyclones (AJHL) 24 Mark Constantine F Fr. 5-7 155 R Haddonfield, N.J./The Hill School (US Prep) 25 Jordan Gidaro F Fr. 5-8 150 R Brampton, Ontario/Aurora Tigers (OPJHL) 26 Michael Cassidy F Fr. 5-11 170 L West Seneca, N.Y./Buffalo Jr. Sabres (OPJHL) 28 Zachary Blake F Fr. 6-0 180 R Campbellford, Ontario/Wellington Dukes (OPJHL) 29 Sam Foley G So. 5-11 195 L Woodbury, Minn./Blind River Beavers (NOJHL) 31 Josh Leis G Jr. 5-11 180 L Kitchener, Ontario/Listowel Cyclones (MWJHL) 34 Mathieu Cadieux G So. 6-1 205 L Oshawa, Ontario/Coborg Cougars (OPJHL) 39 Jared Docking F Jr. 5-6 165 L Toronto, Ontario/Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OPJHL) 44 Ryan Farnan F So. 6-0 175 L Clifton Park, N.Y./Syracuse Stars (EJHL) 55 Mike Grace D Jr. 6-0 170 L Rochester, N.Y./Capital District Selects (EJHL) HEAD COACH: Bob Emery (Boston College ’87), 23rd season ASSISTANT COACHES: Steve Moffat (Plattsburgh ’00), Gregg Fesette, Jeff Wood

14th Annual PrimeLink Great Northern ShootOut Chip Kenyon Arena Middlebury College November 25 & 26 4 & 7 p.m. 2011-12 Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey


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Ryan Craig

Senior • Forward • 6-0 • 185 Easton, Md.

► 2010-11 (JUNIOR): Played in 17 games after transferring from Niagara University … Tallied seven goals and 12 assists for 19 points … Made Cardinal debut against Curry College and recorded an assist (Dec. 31) … Scored first goal as a Cardinal against Williams College (Jan. 17) … Named SUNYAC Player of the Week (Jan. 27) after registering six points in a three-game span by scoring two goals with four assists ... Earned SUNYAC Co-Player of the Week honors (Feb. 28) after netting four goals in the first two games of the SUNYAC Tournament … Recorded a hat trick against Morrisville in the SUNYAC quarterfinals (Feb. 23) and scored the game-winning goal in the semifinal game at Geneseo (Feb. 26) ... Named to the SUNYAC All-Tournament team. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Two-year member of the Niagara University (Division I) hockey team ... Won the 2007-08 EJHL championship with the N.J. Hitmen ... Also played for the Tri-City Eagles, where he was the team MVP in 2006 ... Led the team in goals and assists during the 200506 season ... Was an assistant captain from 2003-05 and a captain during the 2005-06 season. ► PERSONAL: Parents are Richard and Michelle ... business major.

CAREER STATISTICS Season GP 2010-11 17 Totals 17

G A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 7 12 19 1 0 2 0 2/4 7 12 19 1 0 2 0 2/4

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Kyle Kudroch

Senior • Forward • 5-9 • 180 Cottam, Ontario

► 2010-11 (JUNIOR): Played in all of team’s 29 games and led all juniors in scoring with 12 goals and nine assists … Scored the game-tying goal with 24 seconds left in regulation to force overtime in the NCAA quarterfinals against Norwich University (March 12) … Recorded multi-point games four times ... Tallied game-winning goals against Brockport (Oct. 30), Fredonia (Nov. 20) and Skidmore (Dec. 7) … Four gamewinning goals ranked third-highest in the SUNYAC. ► 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Led sophomores in scoring with 22 points on 14 goals and eight assists ... 14 goals also led Cardinals ... notched game-winning goals Cortland (Nov. 6), Castleton (Jan. 1), Geneseo (Jan. 22) and Cortland (Jan. 29) ... ranked second in the SUNYAC with the four game-winners ... scored two goals and was a plus-3 in 4-2 win over Buffalo State (Feb 12). ► 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Led Cardinal freshmen with 10 goals and 15 points ... eighth on the team in scoring ... one of six goal scorers in double digits ... scored twice for his first career points during an 8-3 victory at Morrisville on Nov. 8 ... credited with game-winning goals against Williams (Feb. 2) and Oswego (Feb. 20) ... tied for 10th in SUNYAC freshmen scoring and tied for 4th among first-year goal-scorers. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played with the Leamington Flyers of the Western Ontario Junior Hockey League ... attended high school at Leamington in Leamington, Ontario. ► PERSONAL: Born Kyle Robert John Kudroch on July 7, 1987 in Leamington, Ontario ... parents are Dan and Sue Kudroch ... uncle, Paul, played in the Canadian Football League for Montreal ... hotel, restaurant, and tourism management major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP 2008-09 27 2009-10 24 2010-11 29 Totals 80

G 10 14 12 36

A PTS PP SH GW 5 15 1 0 2 8 22 1 0 4 9 21 5 0 4 22 58 7 0 10

GT PIM 0 3/6 0 7/14 0 3/6 0 13/26

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Matt MacLeod

Senior • Defense • 5-9 • 180 Woburn, Mass.

► 2010-11 (JUNIOR): Appeared in 25 games for the Cardinals … Notched one goal and five assists for six points … Scored a short-handed goal at Skidmore College (Dec. 7) … Helped anchor a defense that allowed just 2.5 goals per game. ► 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Enjoyed a career year as the Cardinals’ top scoring blueliner with two goals and 16 assists ... assist total ranked third in the SUNYAC ... earned SUNYAC Player of the Week honors Jan. 25 after a one goal, two assist performance in a 7-1 win over Brockport. ► 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Contributed an assist in nine games ... made his collegiate debut on Nov. 1 against Buffalo State, with two shots ... notched first career point in an 8-3 win at Morrisville State on Nov. 8. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played for District 10 Bulldogs in 2007-08 ... won Massachusetts state championship ... attended high school at Woburn Memorial in Woburn, Mass. ... four-year letterman in hockey under coach Jim Duran, a former all-SUNYAC player for the Cardinals from 1988-92 ... also played baseball and ran cross country ... three-time all-star ... two-time first team all-Middlesex League ... 2005 & 2007 Division I North Champions ... also played one year at Winchendon School. ► PERSONAL: Born Matthew Norman MacLeod on Feb. 15, 1989 in Winchester, Mass. ... parents are Scott and Jean MacLeod ... nickname is Matty ... criminal justice major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP 2008-09 9 2009-10 29 2010-11 25 Totals 63

G A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4/8 2 16 18 0 0 0 0 5/10 1 5 6 0 1 0 0 6/12 3 22 25 0 1 0 0 15/30

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Vick Schlueter Senior • Forward • 6-0 • 195 Palmerston, Ontario

► 2010-11 (JUNIOR): Played in 28 of team’s 29 games … Scored eight goals with 13 assists for 21 points … Netted a goal and an assist at Geneseo in the SUNYAC semifinals (Feb. 26) and notched a goal and an assist against Norwich (Jan. 4) … Had a three-point performance with one goal and two assists against Potsdam (Feb. 18) … Scored the gamewinning goal against Neumann College in the Cardinal Classic championship game (Jan. 1). ► 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Notched 15 points on nine goals and six assists in 25 games ... credited with game-winning goal in 4-2 win over Buffalo State Feb. 12 ... ranked second on team in goals in SUNYAC play with eight. ► 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Recorded five goals and 10 points in 23 games played ... wore uniform No. 55 ... third on the team among freshmen scorers ... made his collegiate debut on Oct. 25 against Elmira, a 6-3 win ... had a goal and assist, four shots and +3 rating during 8-3 win at Morrisville (Nov. 8) for his first collegiate points. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played for the Kingston Voyageurs of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League ... attended high school at Norwell Secondary in Palmerston, Ontario. ► PERSONAL: Born Vick Thomas Schlueter on April 11, 1987 in Palmerston, Ontario ... son of Jim and Judy Schlueter ... biology major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP G A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 2008-09 23 5 5 10 0 0 1 0 6/12 2009-10 25 9 6 15 4 1 1 0 8/27 2010-11 28 8 13 21 4 1 2 0 7/14 Totals 76 22 24 46 8 2 4 0 21/53

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Meet the Seniors

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Kyle Taylor

Senior • Forward • 5-6 • 170 St. Albans, Vt.

► 2010-11 (JUNIOR): Played in 27 of team’s 29 games … Tallied three goals and five assists for eight points … Scored a goal against Skidmore (Dec. 7), Norwich (Jan. 4) and Brockport (Jan. 22). ► 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in 26 games, tallying 12 points on four goals and eight assists ... notched gamewinning, shorthanded goal in 7-1 win over Brockport Jan. 23. ► 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Played in 25 games ... saw time at right wing and center ... scored 11 points on six goals and five assists ... second on the team among freshmen scorers ... registered an assist in his collegiate debut during a 6-3 win against Elmira in the Oct. 25 season opener ... scored his first career goal to help the Cardinals shut out SUNYAC rival Geneseo on the road, 5-0, on Nov. 15 ... wore No. 44. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played for Cornwall Colts (2005-07) and Brockville Braves (2007-08) of Canadian Junior Hockey League ... 2006-07 All-Star with Colts ... attended high school at Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans, Vt. ... earned four letters in hockey under coach Toby Ducolan ... named Division I Player of the Year in 2005 ... team won state championships in 2003 and 2005 ... totaled 15 goals and 48 assists for 63 points in 70 career games ... also played soccer for one year. ► PERSONAL: Born Kyle M. Taylor on July 18, 1987 in Montreal, Quebec ... parents are Tim and Kelly ... nickname is Tails ... enjoys movies, golfing and fishing ... public relations major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP 2008-09 25 2009-10 26 2010-11 27 Totals 78

G 6 4 3 13

A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 5 11 1 1 1 0 3/6 8 12 0 1 1 0 1/2 5 8 0 0 0 0 1/2 18 31 1 2 2 0 5/10

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Mike Grace

Junior • Forward • 5-7 • 170 Toronto, Ontario

Junior • Defense • 6-1 • 175 Rochester, N.Y.

► 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 25 of team’s 29 games … Netted three goals with seven assists for 10 points … Recorded a three-point game against Potsdam with one goal and two assists (Feb. 18) … Registered a short-handed goal at Cortland (Nov. 5) … Scored the game-winning goal in overtime as the Cardinals defeated Morrisville in the SUNYAC quarterfinals (Feb. 23).

► 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 28 of team’s 29 games … Led all Cardinal defenseman with 19 points on three goals and 16 assists … Had a three-point performance with one goal and two assists at Brockport (Oct. 30) … Assisted on the game-winning goal against Norwich University in the PrimeLink Tournament championship game … Received SUNYAC All-Academic honors … Named to the All-SUNYAC Second Team.

► 2009-10 (FRESHMAN): Led Cardinal freshman in scoring with 17 points on three goals and 14 assists ... scored gamewinning overtime goal on the road in a 3-2 win at Middlebury in the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals to send Cardinals to the NCAA final four ... named SUNYAC Rookie of the Week on Jan. 18 after notching four assists in 9-2 win over Skidmore and Feb. 1 following a two-assist performance against Cortland ... named team Rookie of the Year. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Three-year member of the Toronto Junior Canadiens ... 2009 Central Division All-Star ... league rookie of the year in 2007 ... was threesport athlete in high school in hockey, golf and football at Birchmount Park Central Institute ... helped hockey team to district crowns in 2005-06 ... football squad’s defensive player of the year in 2005. ► PERSONAL: Born Jared Nathaniel Docking on Feb. 8, 1988 in Toronto, Ontario ... nickname is Docks ... enjoys golf and music ... parents are Bernie and Sandy ... canadian studies major.

Season 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

CAREER STATISTICS

GP 23 25 48

G A PTS 3 14 17 3 7 10 6 21 27

PP 0 0 0

SH GW GT PIM 1 1 0 8/16 1 1 0 8/19 2 2 0 16/35

► 2009-2010 (FRESHMAN): Tied for first in goals among Cardinal blueliners with five ... led freshmen defensemen with 11 points ... first collegiate goal was credited as the game-winner in a 5-1 win over Morrisville (Nov. 14) ... named SUNYAC Rookie of the Week on Nov. 23 after posting four assists in a 2-0 weekend for the Cardinals against Buffalo State and Fredonia. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played two seasons with the Capital District Selects ... lettered in hockey and cross country in high school at Greece Olympia ... hockey coach was Mike Millitello ... second-team all-county selection. ► PERSONAL: Born Michael Raymond Grace on May 26, 1989 in Rochester, N.Y. ... nickname is Gracey ... parents are Daniel and Marianne ... enjoys playing golf and hanging out with friends ... business major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP 2009-10 23 2010-11 28 Totals 51

G A PTS 5 6 11 3 16 19 8 22 20

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PP 5 2 7

SH GW GT PIM 0 1 0 5/10 0 0 0 9/18 0 1 0 14/28


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31 Josh Leis

Junior • Forward • 5-9 • 180 Oshawa, Ontario

Junior • Goaltender • 5-11 • 185 Kitchener, Ontario

► 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 21 of team’s 29 games … Scored 10 goals and picked up 11 assists for 21 points … Recorded a four-point with three goals and one assist against Potsdam (Feb. 18) … Assisted on the gamewinning goal in the SUNYAC championship game against Fredonia (March 5) … Tallied two goals and one assist at Cortland (Nov. 5) … Scored a goal with two assists against St. John’s in the opening round of the PrimeLink Shootout tournament (Nov. 26).

► 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Started 24 of team’s 29 games … Ranked third-highest in the SUNYAC with a 2.33 goals-against average … Named SUNYAC Player of the Week once and SUNYAC Goalie of the Week four times … Helped lead the Cardinals to the SUNYAC championship by stopping 83 of 89 shots in three games during the conference tournament … Made a season-high 37 saves against Geneseo in the semifinals game (Feb. 26) … Named Most Valuable Player of the conference tournament and the Cardinal Classic tournament … Also named to the PrimeLink Great Northern ShootOut All-Tournament team ... Finished season with a 17-5-1 record and a .904 save-percentage.

► 2009-10 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 27 games, compiling six goals and nine assists ... credited with game-winning goal in 7-3 win at Potsdam (Feb. 19) ... scored first collegiate goal against Brockport at home (Oct. 31). ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Racked up 28 goals and 48 assists for 76 points in 48 games in his last season of juniors with the Cobourg Cougars ... two-time recipient of the BJ Munro Trophy given to the Cobourg skater who best displays desire, dedication, discipline and determination ... played for that organization from 2006-09, serving as team captain for the last three years ... also played with the CJHL’s Brockville Braves in 2008 ... attended high school at Eastdale CVI. ► PERSONAL: Born Patrick Hughes Jobb on Dec. 23, 1988 in Oshawa, Ontario ... nickname is Jobber ... enjoys working out and playing golf ... parents are Mark and Shelley ... international business major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP G A PTS 2009-10 27 6 9 15 2010-11 21 10 11 21 Totals 48 16 20 36

PP 1 3 4

SH GW GT PIM 0 1 1 6/12 0 3 0 5/10 0 4 1 11/22

► 2009-10 (FRESHMAN): Led SUNYAC and ranked third nationally in goals-against average (1.79) ... also led SUNYAC and ranked sixth nationally in save percentage (.929) ... earned SUNYAC Goaltender of the Week honors four times ... in net for team’s only two shutouts of the season at Buffalo State (7-0, Nov. 20) and vs. Trinity (9-0, Jan. 2). ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Two-time team MVP for Listowel Junior B Cyclones ... led Cyclones in goalsagainst average for four years ... first-team league all-star ... attended high school at Kitchener Central Institute. ► PERSONAL: Born Joshua Thomas Leis on April 28, 1988 in Kitchener, Ontario ... nickname is Leiser ... avid video gamer ... parents are Doug and Monica ... criminal justice major.

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP MIN. GA GAA 2009-10 17 936:23 28 1.79 2010-11 25 1440:10 56 2.33 Totals 42 2376:33 84 2.12

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SVS PCT W-L-T SO 364 .929 9-4-3 2 529 .904 17-5-1 0 893 .914 26-9-4 2


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Ryan Farnan

Junior • Defense • 5-10 • 190 St. Louis, Mo.

Sophomore • Forward • 6-1 • 175 Clifton Park, N.Y.

► 2010-11 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 28 of team’s 29 games … Did not score a goal but recorded 11 assists … Assisted on the game-winning goal against Morrisville in the SUNYAC quarterfinals (Feb. 23) … Had two assists against Potsdam (Feb. 18) … Helped anchor a blue line that allowed just 2.5 goals per game.

► 2010-11 (FRESHMAN): Played in 23 of team’s 29 games and tallied four goals with one assist … Scored first collegiate goal in first collegiate game at Geneseo (Oct. 29).

► 2009-10 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 28 of the Cardinals’ 29 games and recorded one goal and six assists all in SUNYAC play ... notched first career point on an assist in a 5-1 win vs. Cortland (Nov. 6) ... first collegiate goal came at Morrisville on Nov. 14 in a 5-1 win. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played two years with the Brockville Braves ... earned team awards for “hardest working player” and top defenseman ... voted Central Junior Hockey League’s best defenseman and placed on the allstar team ... attended high school at Oakville ... prep coach was Ben Lamperdi ... served as assistant captain during junior year, then was a senior team captain ... won a state championship.

► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Most recently played for Syracuse Stars from 2008-2010, where he was the sixth leading scorer in the EJHL and made the 2009-10 all-star team … played for Capital District Selects in 2007-08, making the all-star team and was named 1st-team Junior B league. ► PERSONAL: Born Ryan Thomas Farnan on Sept. 9, 1990 … son of T.C. and Christine … major undeclared

► PERSONAL: Born Paul Joseph Puglisi on Sept. 8, 1988 in St. Louis, Mo. ... nickname is Pugger ... enjoys playing tennis and golf and spending time with friends ... parents are Nick and Brigida ... finance major.

Season 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

CAREER STATISTICS

GP 28 28 56

G A PTS 1 6 7 0 11 11 1 17 18

PP 0 0 0

SH GW GT PIM 0 0 0 5/10 0 0 0 8/16 0 0 0 13/26

CAREER STATISTICS Season GP G 2010-11 23 4 Totals 23 4

A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 1 5 0 0 0 0 5/10 1 5 0 0 0 0 5/10

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Sophomore • Goaltender • 6-0 • 183 Woodbury, Minn.

Sophomore0 • Forward • 6-3 • 200 0 13/37 Helsingborg, Sweden

► 2010-11 (FRESHMAN): Served as team’s third goaltender and appeared in two games … Made collegiate debut in relief at Geneseo and stopped all five shots he faced … Took the loss in first career start and allowed six goals on 27 shots against Buffalo State (Nov. 19).

► 2010-11 (FRESHMAN): Played in 26 of team’s 29 games … Led all Cardinal freshman in scoring with eight goals and 14 assists … Ranked third among all SUNYAC freshman in scoring … Scored first collegiate goal at Brockport (Oct. 30) … Tallied a goal and an assist against Norwich University in the PrimeLink Tournament championship game (Nov. 27) … Registered three assists against Morrisville in the conference quarterfinals (Feb. 23) … Assisted on the gamewinning goal at Geneseo in the conference semifinals (Feb. 26) … Earned SUNYAC Rookie of the Week twice (Nov. 29) and (Feb. 28) … Received the Mike Daoust Rookie of the Year award as chosen by the team.

► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Won section championship in first trip to state tournament … played juniors for Blind River Beavers of the NOJHL where he won a Best Goalie award … compiled a .928 save percentage and 1.7 goals-against average in senior year at Woodbury High School … also played football and baseball at Woodbury. ► PERSONAL: Born Samuel Howe Foley on May 10, 1989 … son of Bob and Sue Foley … cousin Jackie Foley played defense for the University of St. Thomas … enjoys golf and water skiing … special education major.

► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played for Bismarck Bobcats from 2008-2010, winning a national championship in the 2009-10 season.

CAREER STATISTICS

CAREER STATISTICS

Season GP MIN. GA GAA SVS PCT W-L-T SO 2010-11 2 69:09 6 5.21 26 .812 0-1-0 0 Totals 2 69:09 6 5.21 26 .812 0-1-0 0

► PERSONAL: Born Nicholas Bernsdorf Jensen on April 8, 1989 in Denmark … son of Rene and Tina Jensen … enjoys golf and tennis … international business major.

Season GP G A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 2010-11 26 8 14 22 1 0 0 0 13/37 Totals 26 8 14 22 1 0 0 0 13/37

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Sophomore • Defense • 5-11 • 165 Staten Island, N.Y. ► 2010-11 (FRESHMAN): Played in 24 of team’s 29 games … Scored one goal and picked up five assists for six points … Netted first collegiate goal at Potsdam (Dec. 3) … Assisted on the game-winning goal at Fredonia (Feb. 12) … Earned SUNYAC All-Academic honors for the Spring 2011 … Named most improved player by his teammates and coaching staff … Named the Outstanding Rookie of the PrimeLink Great Northern Shootout. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Named MVP of two-time provincial champion Stanstead College (2006 and 2007) … also named MVP of Stanstead football team … played three years of club hockey for Kanata Stallions from 200710 and was captain in final year. ► PERSONAL: Born Barry Roytman on Oct. 13, 1989, in Staten Island, N.Y. … son of Alex and Sofya Roytman … business major.

CAREER STATISTICS Season GP G 2010-11 24 1 Totals 24 1

A PTS PP SH GW GT PIM 5 6 0 0 0 0 4/19 5 6 0 0 0 0 4/19

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Brandon Beadow Freshman • Defense • 6-1 • 205 Kapuskasing, Ontario

► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of the Vaughan Vipers Jr. A hockey club … team captain and coaches award winner in 2010-11 season … played 49 games in the 2010-11 season posting nine goals, 26 assists, and 35 points … graduated Kapuskasing Distract High School with honors. ► PERSONAL: Born Brandon John Beadow on May 29, 1990 in Kapuskasing, Ontario … son of Bruce and Lynn Beadow … business major … enjoys golf, fishing, and working out.

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Zachary Blake

Freshman • Forward • 6-0 • 180 Campbellford, Ontario ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of the Wellington Dukes from 2007-11 … OJHL Dudley Huiett Champions (2010-11) ► PERSONAL: Personal: Born Zachary Timothy Blake on Oct. 12, 1990 in Perebrough, Ontario … son of Tim and Kim Blake … criminal justice major.

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Alex Brenton

Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • 170 Kanata, Ontario ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of the Kemptville 73’s Jr. A … attended Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario for two years … last season scored 35 goals and 17 assists … won the Wayne Gretzky essay contest in high school. ► PERSONAL: Born Alex Carlyle-Webb Brenton on May 17, 1990 in Ottawa, Ontario … son of Paul and Kendall Brenton.

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Mathieu Cadieux Sophomore • Goalie • 6-1 • 205 Oshawa, Ontario

► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of the Peterborough Stars 2007-08, member of the Cabourg Cougars 2008-09 and 2010-11 … played at Quinnipiac University 2009-10. ► PERSONAL: Born Mathieu Morcel Cadieux on Dec. 15, 1990 in Toronto, Canada … son of Andre and Michelle Cadieux … business major.

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Michael Cassidy

Freshman • Forward • 5-11 • 170 West Seneca, N.Y. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of Buffalo Jr. Sabers 2009-2011 … First Team All-Federation for hockey in 2007-08 … named MVP of his hockey team following the 2007-08 season … Second Team honorable mention in soccer 2007-2008 … member of national honor society in high school. ► PERSONAL: Born Michael Francis Cassidy on Oct. 1, 1990 in Buffalo, N.Y. … son of Michael and Mistyann Cassidy … business administration major … enjoys basketball and soccer.

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Mark Constantine Freshman • Forward • 5-7 • 155 Haddonfield, N.J.

► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Won four ice hockey varsity letters … scored 56 points at Bishop Eustace and scored 62 points at the hill school … Member of the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers G18 AAA Elite … player of the month in 2009. ► PERSONAL: Born Mark Anthony Constantine on Feb. 2, 1992 in Voorhees, N.J. … son of Carmen and Linette Constantine … sport wellness and fitness major … enjoys ice hockey and hanging out with friends.

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Jordan Gidaro

Freshman • Forward • 5-8 • 150 Brampton, Ontario ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of Burlington Cougars, Westside Warriors, and Aurora Tigers … participated in the Santa Claus parade with the Aurora Tigers from 2009-2011 and also the BCHL Wal-Mart opening (Kelauna). ► PERSONAL: Born Jordan Michael Gidaro on May 1, 1990 in Brampton, Ontario … son of Vince and Rina Gidaro … history major … enjoys training, drawing, and listening to music.

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Alex Jensen

Freshman • Forward • 6-1 • 195 Helsingborg, Sweden ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of the Linkoping HC for three years, one year with the Waterloo Blackhawks and the Fairbanks Icedogs … national champion with the Icedogs. ► PERSONAL: Born Alexander Andre Bernsdorf Jenson on July 16, 1990 in Horsholm, Denmark … son of René Jensen and Tina Bensdorf Jensen … Business major … enjoys travelling and the beach in the summer.

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Preston Kaye

Freshman • Defense • 6-3 • 205 Orleans, Mass. ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Won three varsity letters for hockey … Member of the Northern Cyclones … most offensive defensemen in the AJHL … 2008 D2 prep school champions with New Hampton. ► PERSONAL: Born Preston F. Kaye on Dec. 11, 1990 in Orleans, Mass. … son of Walter and Patricia Kaye … business major.

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Jake Mooney

Freshman • Forward • 5-10 • 165 North York, Ontario ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played hockey at the University of Toronto from 2008-2011 … scored 25 goals and 40 assists in 2011 … member of the Jr A hockey for North York Rangers … captain of Jr A hockey team … high school athlete of the year. ► PERSONAL: Born Jacob Paul Mooney on Sept. 7, 1990 in Toronto, Ontario … business major … enjoys baseball.

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Adam Scuglia

Freshman • Forward • 6-1 • 185 Richmond Hill, Ontario ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Member of the Toronto Marlboros and the Brampton Capitals … seven year award Toronto Marlboros. ► PERSONAL: Born Adam Domenic Scuglia on April 10, 1990 in Toronto, Ontario … fitness and wellness leadership major … enjoys fishing and rugby.

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Jeff Vanzant

Freshman • Defense • 5-10 • 185 Barrie, Ontario ► BEFORE PLATTSBURGH: Played on the Peterborough Jr. A Stars … accumulated four goals 18 assists for 22 points last season … was named captain of the high school hockey team in grade 11. ► PERSONAL: Born Jeff Vanzant on Dec. 18, 1990 in Barrie, Ontario … son of Mark and Brigilte Vanzant … business major … enjoys working out and hanging out with friends.

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All-Time Records All-Time Point-Scorers (100-Point Club)

Name Seasons 1. Joey Ferras 1984-88 2. Dave Piromalli 1983-87 3. Lenny Pereira 1990-94 4. Tracey Belanger 1995-99 5. Peter DeArmas 1981-85 6. Steve Moffat 1994-98 7. Steve Moore 1991-95 8. Shane Ferras 1986-90 9. Gaetan D’Anjou 1979-82 10. Jeff Paluseo 1996-2000 11. Chris Fess 1990-94 12. Chip Grabowski 1979-83 13. Pierre Brunet 1979-82 14. Jean S-Bibeau 1981-87 15. Brendon Hodge 1999-2003 16. Dan Schaly 1989-92 17. Jeff Bunyon 1984-88 18. Matt Furtado 1988-92 (tie) Matt Wescott 1975-79 20. Danny Brown 1977-79 21. Tim Sullivan 1989-93 22. Steve Plaskon 1982-86 23. Jeff Hopkins 1999-2003 24. Dylan Clarke 2007-2011 25. Doug Kimura 1977-81 26. Jason Kilcan 1999-2003 27. Eric Seidel 1996-2000 (tie) Rick Young 1978-82 29. Chris Panek 1985-88 30. Jim Duran 1988-92 31. John Henrick 1984-88 (tie)Eric Weidenbach 1997-2001 33. Dennie Poulin 1980-82 (tie) Ryan Busby 2003-07 35. Dave Doucette 1986-89 36. Eric Satim 2007-2011 37. Rick Goodwin 1976-80 38. David Friel 2002-06 39. Tim Collins 1984-88 (tie) Scott Haller 1992-96 41. Neil Mulcahy 1984-87 42. Bryan Murray 1997-2001 (tie) Dan Marshall 1984-88 (tie) Mark Coletta 1998-2002 (tie) Nick Rolls 2005-09 46. Joe Dolci 1997-2001 47. Rick Stahl 1983-87 48. Riley Hill 2005-09 49. Jeff Azar 1992-96

GP 143 136 114 127 142 125 115 103 105 129 121 134 104 138 120 93 136 112 99 51 116 122 124 114 104 124 104 93 110 113 140 97 72 121 99 100 102 122 148 116 115 108 151 117 112 104 150 110 89

G 125 121 105 75 95 106 81 91 96 65 87 73 78 74 70 80 65 65 55 66 66 65 64 67 34 52 63 37 40 54 50 48 48 52 27 44 66 60 60 43 55 27 16 52 33 53 19 47 46

A 234 177 129 151 113 99 120 99 90 118 92 99 92 91 93 81 93 88 98 85 84 82 80 72 102 83 70 96 92 77 78 80 78 74 98 78 53 58 56 73 54 81 92 55 74 53 86 57 55

Pts. 359 298 234 226 208 205 201 190 186 183 179 172 170 165 163 161 158 153 153 151 150 147 144 139 136 135 133 133 132 131 128 128 126 126 125 122 119 118 116 116 109 108 108 107 107 106 105 104 101

Team Season Records Games: 41 in 1985-86 (27-13-1) Victories: 34(-6) in 1986-87; NCAA record Winning Percentage: .917 (32-2-2) in 1991-92 Fewest Losses: 2 in 2008-09 and 1991-92 Home Wins: 21 in 1991-92 and 1986-87; NCAA record Road Wins: 14 in 1986-87 Losses: 18 in 1983-84 Ties: 6 in 2006-07 Goals For: 290 in 1985-86; NCAA record Power-Play Goals: 80 in 1985-86 Short-Handed Goals: 17 in 1990-91 Assists: 316 in 1998-99 Points Scored: 506 (190g-316a) in 1998-99 Fewest Goals Allowed: 54 in 2008-09 Scoring Offense: 8.34 gpg (242/26-3 W-L) in 1978-79 Scoring Defense:1.93 gpg (54/24-2-2 W-L-T) in 2008-09 Scoring Margin: plus-141 (271 GF-130 GA) in 1991-92 Shutouts: 5 in 2008-09 and 1998-99 Power-Play Percentage: .378 (54 of 143) in 1998-99 Penalty Minutes: 1,002 in 1985-86

Miscellaneous Winning Streak, Overall: 28, 10/19/86 to 3/14/87 Winning Streak, Home: 19, 2/23/08 to 3/7/09 Winning Streak, Road: 13, 1/19/91 to 1/18/92 Unbeaten Streak, Overall: 28, 10/19/86 to 3/14/87 Conference Win Streak,Overall: 25, 12/7/85 to 12/4/87 and 11/19/77 to 12/12/81 Conference Unbeaten Streak, Overall: 34 (32-0-2), 11/6/98-12/2/00 Overtime Games: 7 in 2006-07 Overtime Wins: 4 in 2004-05; NCAA record

Year-End National Rankings

1999: No. 5 2000: No. 2 2001: No. 4 2002: No. 7 2003: No. 12 2004: No. 4 2005: N/A (receiving votes) 2006: N/A (receiving votes) 2007: N/A (receiving votes) 2008: No. 2 2009: No. 1 2010: No. 5 2011: No. 5

Note: NCAA Division III poll compiled by USCHO.com

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All-Time Records Year-by-Year Won-Lost-Tied Records

Year Coach Record 1975-76 John Corker 14-11-1 1976-77 Lou Frigon 9-14 1977-78 Lou Frigon 18-4 * 1978-79 Lou Frigon 26-3 * 1979-80 Lou Frigon 22-9-2 1980-81 Herb Hammond 27-4-2 1981-82 Herb Hammond 25-13-2 * 1982-83 Doug Kacharvich 20-12-1 * 1983-84 Doug Kacharvich 16-18 1984-85 Steve Hoar 26-11 * 1985-86 Steve Hoar 27-13-1 1986-87 Steve Hoar 34-6 * 1987-88 Steve Hoar 24-13 * # 1988-89 Steve Hoar 20-5-1 1989-90 Bob Emery 22-10-3 * 1990-91 Bob Emery 19-7-1 1991-92 Bob Emery 32-2-2 * ! 1992-93 Bob Emery 25-6-2 * 1993-94 Bob Emery 18-9-2 1994-95 Bob Emery 20-9-2 1995-96 Bob Emery 20-6-3 # 1996-97 Bob Emery 22-6-3 * 1997-98 Bob Emery 26-8-1 * 1998-99 Bob Emery 24-5-3 * # 1999-2000 Bob Emery 26-4-3 * 2000-01 Bob Emery 29-5 * ! 2001-02 Bob Emery 20-9-4 * # 2002-03 Bob Emery 20-9-3 2003-04 Bob Emery 23-5-3 * # 2004-05 Bob Emery 18-13 2005-06 Bob Emery 19-12-1 2006-07 Bob Emery 14-8-6 2007-08 Bob Emery 25-5 * 2008-09 Bob Emery 24-2-2 * 2009-10 Bob Emery 19-6-4 2010-11 Bob Emery 20-8-1* Six Coaches 794-290-59 * – SUNYAC Champion; ! – National Champion # – SUNYAC Coach of the Year

Coaching Records (by Winning Percentage**)

Pct. .558 .391 .818 .897 .697 .848 .650 .621 .471 .765 .671 .850 .649 .788 .671 .722 .917 .773 .655 .677 .765 .758 .757 .797 .833 .853 .667 .672 .790 .581 .609 .607 .833 .893 .724 .767 .721

Coaching Records (by victories)

Coach Bob Emery Steve Hoar Lou Frigon Herb Hammond Doug Kacharvich John Corker

Record 485-154-49 131-48-2 75-30-2 52-17-4 36-30-1 14-11-1

Seasons 22 (1990-pres.) 5 (1985-89) 4 (1977-80) 2 (1981-82) 2 (1983-84) 1 (1976)

Coach Pct. Bob Emery .742 Steve Hoar .729 Lou Frigon .710 Herb Hammond .740 John Corker .558 Doug Kacharvich .545

Record Seasons 485-154-49 (1990-pres.) 131-48-2 (1985-89) 75-30-2 (1977-80) 52-17-4 (1981-82) 14-11-1 (1976) 36-30-1 (1983-84)

** Denotes minimum four years of tenure to be ranked

Cardinal All-Decade Teams

1975-84 G, Rick Strack: 72 career wins (1st all-time) D, Rick Young: 3x All-SUNYAC; 133 points

D, Doug Kimura: 2x All-American; 136 points F, Dan Brown: 2.96 ppg (1st all-time); SUNYAC MVP F, Gaetan D’Anjou: All-American; 2x All-SUNYAC F, Matt Wescott: 2x All-SUNYAC; 4-year captain 1985-94 G, Craig Barnett: 98 games (1st all-time); 2545 saves D, Chris Panek: 3x All-SUNYAC; All-American D, Martin Beliveau: All-SUNYAC; All-American F, Joey Ferras: NCAA’s all-time scorer (359 points) F, Dave Piromalli: 298 points; All-American F, Jim Duran: All SUNYAC; 2-year captain 1995-2004 G, Niklas Sundberg: 2x All-American; Jersey Retired D, Peter Ollari: 2x All-SUNYAC; 2x All-American D, Bryan Murray: 3x All-SUNYAC; 2x All-American F, Jeff Paluseo: 2x All-SUNYAC; All-American F, Tracey Belanger: 3x All-SUNYAC; All-American F, Steve Moffat: 3x All-SUNYAC; 2x All-American Note: These players were selected by a committee of their peers and College officials on the criteria of hockey achievement, academic progress toward graduation, leadership on and off ice and value to team. A display in their honor located in Stafford Ice Arena was unveiled in time for the start of the 2008-09 season.

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All-Time Records Single-Season Scoring

Goals Gaetan D’Anjou, 1981-82............ 50 Joey Ferras, 1986-87.................. 38 Peter DeArmas, 1984-85............. 37 Andre Giroux, 1985-86................ 37 Shane Ferras, 1987-88............... 36 Dave Piromalli, 1985-86.............. 36 Dan Brown, 1977-78................... 35 Gaetan D’Anjou, 1980-81............ 34 Steve Moore, 1992-93................. 33 Three tied with............................. 32 Assists Joey Ferras, 1987-88.................. 69 Joey Ferras, 1984-85.................. 62 Matt Wescott, 1975-76................ 61 Dennis Poulin, 1981-82............... 60 Joey Ferras, 1986-87.................. 54 Dave Piromalli, 1986-87.............. 53 Dave Piromalli, 1984-85.............. 52 Dan Brown, 1977-78................... 51 Lenny Pereira, 1992-93............... 51 Dave Piromalli, 1985-86.............. 50 Points Joey Ferras, 1987-88.................. 99 Joey Ferras, 1986-87.................. 92 Gaetan D’Anjou, 1981-82............ 91 Dennie Poulin, 1981-82............... 90 Joey Ferras, 1984-85.................. 90 Matt Wescott, 1975-76................ 87 Dan Brown, 1977-78................... 86 Dave Piromalli, 1985-86.............. 86 Dave Piromalli, 1986-87.............. 84 Dave Piromalli, 1984-85.............. 84 Penalty Minutes Dennis Poulin, 1981-82............. 169 Steve Bester, 1985-86............... 131 Dennis Poulin, 1980-81............. 122 Rick Young, 1978-79................. 119 Francois Bellefeuille, 1980-81... 113 Craig Marshall, 1984-85............ 101 Francois Bellefeuille, 1981-82..... 96 Lou Martin, 1980-81.................... 92 Rick Young, 1981-82................... 90 Jason Desloover, 1997-98........... 86 Short-Handed Goals Chris Fess, 1990-91...................... 8 Steve Moore, 1992-93................... 6 Pierre Brunet, 1980-81.................. 6 Jason Kilcan, 2000-01................... 6 Pierre Brunet, 1981-82.................. 5 Eric Weidenbach, 1999-00............ 5 Jeff Paluseo, 1997-98.................... 5 Lenny Pereira, 1991-92................. 5 Jeff Bunyon, 1986-87.................... 5 Power-Play Goals Joey Ferras, 1986-87.................. 21 Peter DeArmas, 1984-85............. 19 Dave Piromalli, 1985-86.............. 19 Dave Piromalli, 1984-85.............. 16 Kevin Galan, 2005-06.................. 15 Gaetan D’Anjou, 1981-82............ 15 Joey Ferras, 1985-86.................. 15 Dave Piromalli, 1986-87.............. 14 Andre Giroux, 1985-86................ 14 Game-Winning Goals Steve Moffat, 1996-97................... 8 Dylan Clarke, 2007-08................... 7 Pierre Brunet, 1981-82.................. 7

Peter DeArmas, 1984-85............... 7 Lenny Pereira, 1991-92................. 7 Seven tied with.............................. 6

Eric Seidel, 1996-00.................... 11 Six tied with................................. 10

Career Scoring

Games Played Rick Strack, 1980-81................... 33 Mike Mondello, 1993-93.............. 30 Niklas Sundberg, 2000-01........... 30 Les Sirota, 1989-90..................... 29 Brad Erbsland, 1997-98.............. 29 Niklas Sundberg, 2001-02........... 29 Craig Barnett, 1985-86................ 28 Pat O’Neil, 1995-96..................... 28 Bryan Hince, 2007-08.................. 27 Two tied with................................ 26

Goals Joey Ferras, 1984-88................ 125 Dave Piromalli, 1983-87............ 121 Steve Moffat, 1994-98............... 106 Lenny Pereira, 1991-95............. 105 Peter DeArmas, 1981-85............. 95 Gaetan D’Anjou, 1979-82............ 95 Shane Ferras, 1986-90............... 91 Chris Fess, 1990-94.................... 87 Pierre Brunet, 1979-82................ 78 Jean Simon Bibeau,1981,85-87..... 76 Assists Joey Ferras, 1984-88................ 234 Dave Piromalli, 1983-87............ 177 Tracey Belanger, 1995-99......... 151 Lenny Pereira, 1991-95............. 129 Steve Moore, 1991-95............... 120 Peter DeArmas, 1981-85........... 114 Doug Kimura, 1977-81.............. 103 Shane Ferras, 1986-90............... 99 Three tied with............................. 98 Points by Defensemen Doug Kimura, 1977-81.............. 136 Rick Young, 1978-82................. 133 Chris Panek, 1985-88................ 132 Dave Doucette, 1986-89........... 125 Bryan Murray, 1997-01.............. 108 Dan Marshall, 1984-88.............. 108 Nick Rolls, 2005-09................... 107 Rick Stahl, 1983-87................... 105 Jason Desloover, 1994-98........... 94 Two tied with................................ 86 Short-Handed Goals Lenny Pereira, 1991-95............... 14 Pierre Brunet, 1979-82................ 11 Brendon Hodge, 1999-03............ 10 Steve Moore, 1991-95................. 10 Dave Piromalli, 1983-87.............. 10 Jeff Bunyon, 1984-88.................... 9 Eric Weidenbach, 1997-01............ 9 Tracey Belanger, 1995-99............. 8 Chris Fess, 1990-94...................... 8 Jeff Paluseo, 1996-00.................... 8 Power-Play Goals Joey Ferras, 1984-88.................. 60 Dave Piromalli, 1983-87.............. 55 Shane Ferras, 1986-90............... 37 Steve Moffat, 1994-98................. 35 Chris Fess, 1990-94.................... 30 Dylan Clarke, 2007-11................. 30 Peter DeArmas, 1981-85............. 29 Lenny Pereira, 1991-95............... 27 Tracey Belanger, 1995-99........... 25 Nick Rolls, 2005-09..................... 24 Game-Winning Goals Dave Piromalli, 1983-87.............. 16 Peter DeArmas, 1981-85............. 14 Chris Fess, 1990-94.................... 14 Steve Moffat, 1994-98................. 14 Lenny Pereira, 1991-95............... 14 Pierre Brunet, 1979-82................ 13 Joey Ferras, 1984-88.................. 12

Single-Season Goalies

Minutes Played Rick Strack, 1980-81............... 1921 Niklas Sundberg, 2000-01....... 1873 Mike Mondello, 1992-93.......... 1757 Michel Valliere, 1984-85.......... 1684 Niklas Sundberg, 2001-02....... 1681 Brad Erbsland, 1997-98.......... 1623 Bryan Hince, 2007-08.............. 1600 Mike Mondello, 1991-92.......... 1578 Bryan Hince, 2008-09.............. 1574 Pat O’Neil, 1995-96................. 1498 Saves Rick Strack, 1980-81............... 1007 Niklas Sundberg, 2000-01......... 884 Michel Valliere, 1984-85............ 732 Craig Barnett, 1985-86.............. 715 Brad Erbsland, 1997-98............ 714 Mike Mondello, 1992-93............ 713 Niklas Sundberg, 2001-02......... 705 Craig Barnett, 1986-87.............. 669 Mike Mondello, 1991-92............ 649 Pat O’Neil, 1995-96................... 641 Save Pct. (Min. 15 GP) Niklas Sundberg, 1998-99........ .946 Josh Leis, 2009-10................... .929 Niklas Sundberg, 2000-01........ .926 Bryan Hince, 2008-09............... .924 Niklas Sundberg, 2001-02........ .923 Bryan Hince, 2007-08............... .915 Craig Neilson, 2003-04............. .911 Niklas Sundberg, 1999-00........ .906 Michel Valliere, 1983-84........... .905 Brad Erbsland, 1997-98........... .905 Ryan Williams, 2009-10........... .905 Josh Leis, 2010-11................... .904 Shutouts Niklas Sundberg, 1998-99............. 5 Bryan Hince, 2008-09.................... 4 Niklas Sundberg, 2000-01............. 4 Les Sirota, 1989-90....................... 4 Brad Erbsland, 1997-98................ 3 Josh Leis, 2009-10........................ 2 Bryan Hince, 2007-08.................... 2 Craig Neilson, 2003-04.................. 2 Brad Erbsland, 1999-00................ 2 Bill Sammartino, 1994-95.............. 2 Goals-Against Avg. (Min. 15 GP) Niklas Sundberg, 1998-99........ 1.41 Josh Leis, 2009-10................... 1.79 Bryan Hince, 2008-09............... 1.91 Bryan Hince, 2007-08............... 2.06 Niklas Sundberg, 2001-02........ 2.11 Ryan Williams, 2009-10........... 2.16 Niklas Sundberg, 2000-01........ 2.27 Josh Leis, 2010-11.................. .2.23 Craig Neilson, 2003-04............. 2.45 Niklas Sundberg, 1999-00........ 2.53

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Victories N. Sundberg, 2000-01................. 28 R. Strack, 1980-81...................... 27 B. Hince, 2008-09........................ 22 B. Hince, 2007-08........................ 22 M. Mondello, 1991-92.................. 22 M. Mondello, 1992-93.................. 22 C. Barnett, 1986-87..................... 21 M. Valliere, 1984-85..................... 19 B. Erbsland, 1997-98................... 19 Three tied with............................. 17 Winning Pct. (Min. 10 decisions) C. Barnett, 1986-87......................... .........................................21-2, .913 B. Hince, 2008-09............................ ......................................22-2-2, .885 M. Mondello, 1991-92...................... ......................................22-2-2, .885 N. Sundberg, 2000-01..................... .........................................28-5, .848 R. Strack, 1980-81.......................... ......................................27-4-2, .848 B. Erbsland, 1999-00....................... ......................................13-2-1, .844 C. Neilson, 2003-04......................... ......................................15-3-0, .833 N. Sundberg, 1998-99..................... ......................................11-2-1, .821 R. Strack, 1977-78.......................... ........................................18-4, .818 B. Hince, 2007-08............................ .........................................22-5, .815

Career Goalies

Saves R. Strack, 1977-81.................. 2625 C. Barnett, 1985-89................. 2545 N. Sundberg, 1998-02............. 2270 M. Mondello, 1990-94.............. 2245 C. Neilson, 2002-06................. 2146 B. Erbsland, 1996-00............... 2016 P. O’Neil, 1994-98.................... 1512 M. Valliere, 1982-85................. 1502 B. Hince, 2007-09.................... 1204 D. Bedard, 1982-86................. 1189 Victories R. Strack, 1977-81...................... 72 C. Barnett, 1985-89..................... 68 N. Sundberg, 1998-02................. 67 M. Mondello, 1990-94.................. 65 B. Erbsland, 1996-00................... 56 C. Neilson, 2002-06..................... 51 B. Hince, 2007-09........................ 44 P. O’Neil, 1994-98........................ 37 M. Valliere, 1982-85..................... 33 L. Sirota, 1989-92........................ 29 Goals-Against Avg. B. Hince, 2007-09..................... 1.98 N. Sundberg, 1998-02.............. 2.13 C. Molinaro, 2005-09................ 2.53 T. Seariac, 2001-05.................. 2.72 C. Neilson, 2002-06.................. 2.73 B. Erbsland, 1996-00................ 2.98 M. Valliere, 1982-85.................. 3.23 R. Strack, 1977-81................... 3.52 P. O’Neil, 1994-98..................... 3.52 Active players in italics


All-Time Results 1975-76 Coach: John Corker 14-11-1

N14 Royal Military W, 8-0 N15 Elmira L, 4-3 (OT) N22 Concordia L, 4-3 N25 at Royal Mil. T, 6-6 (OT) D3 at Champlain W, 9-3 D5 at Brockport! W, 7-2 D6 vs. Ithaca! L, 7-4 D9 Canton W, 7-6 D12 at Elmira L, 7-6 (OT) D13 at Elmira L, 5-1 J19 at Royal Military W, 16-3 J21 at Union L, 11-2 J24 Concordia W, 13-3 J28 Champlain W, 8-6 J30 at John Abbott W, 4-2 J31 Potsdam W, 11-2 F7 Union L, 10-2 F10 at Concordia L, 9-1 F17 Norwich L, 8-3 F21 Bois-De-Boulougne L, 8-7 F25 at Potsdam W, 8-2 F27 Dawson# W, 7-4 F28 John Abbott# W, 7-6 M5 at Brockport W, score n/a M6 at Oswego L, score n/a M10 at Canton W, 5-2 ! – at Brockport Tournament # – Winter Carnival Tourn.

1976-77 Coach: Lou Frigon 9-14

N11 Canton W, 6-5 N13 at Oswego! L, 6-2 N14 vs. Brockport! W, 6-4 N23 Bishop’s W, 5-4 (OT) N30 at North Adams L, 5-4 D1 at Army L, 11-1 D4 at Elmira$ L, 9-3 D5 vs. Oswego$ L, 8-6 D8 at Middlebury L, 9-2 D12 at RIT W, 3-1 D14 Potsdam W, 7-0 J21 at Cortland L, 5-4 (OT) J22 at Hamilton L, 9-0 J25 at Union L, 16-1 F3 at Potsdam W, 3-1 F5 Geneseo W, 5-4 (OT) F11 RIT W, 7-4 F12 Union L, 11-2 F16 at Norwich L, 10-4 F19 Oswego L, 5-2 F20 Queen’s L, 7-5 F22 Elmira L, 7-2 F24 Cortland W, 5-3 ! – Oswego Invitational $ – Elmira Invitational

1977-78 Coach: Lou Frigon 18-4, 13-1 NYCHA, 10-0 SUNYAC N19 Brockport*^ N30 at Army D3 Geneseo*^ D6 at Potsdam*^ D9 at Geneseo*^ D10 at Cortland*^ D13 Norwich D17 at Brockport*^ J19 Royal Military J21 Hamilton J25 North Adams

W, 18-2 L, 6-5 W, 10-2 W, 7-3 W, 5-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-6 W, 7-5 W, 17-2 W, 6-5 W, 6-2

J27 at Buffalo^ J28 at Elmira^ F1 Potsdam*^ F4 Buffalo F11 Elmira^ F18 at Oswego*^ F24 Cortland*^ F25 Oswego*^ F28 at Middlebury M4 Army& M8 at Elmira& * – SUNYAC Game ^ – NYCHA Game % – ECAC Playoffs

W, 4-3 L, 7-5 W, 10-1 W, 9-4 W, 6-4 W, 5-2 W, 12-2 W, 7-5 L, 5-3 W, 6-3 L, 4-3

1978-79 Coach: Lou Frigon 26-3, 13-1 NYCHA, 12-0 SUNYAC

O26 Clarkson L, 8-3 N1 Vermont W, 6-2 N4 Bishop’s W, 8-1 N8 McGill W, 6-2 N11 New Haven W, 8-2 N13 at Bishop’s W, 4-3 N17 at Buffalo^* W, 7-5 N18 at Brockport^* W, 9-4 N22 vs. Merrimack! W, 6-5 (OT) N23 at UMass-Lowell! W, 3-2 N29 Union W, 15-4 D2 Cortland^* W, 12-3 D8 at Elmira^ L, 10-3 D9 at Geneseo^* W, 15-6 D12 at Norwich L, 3-2 (OT) D14 Potsdam^* W, 8-2 D16 Oswego^* W, 7-1 J16 Canton W, 6-3 J20 Buffalo^* W, 7-2 J23 at Union W, 3-1 J26 Elmira^ W, 7-3 J27 Brockport^* W, 8-2 J29 at North Adams W, 5-2 F2 at Cortland^* W, 8-4 F3 at Hamilton W, 9-4 F6 at Potsdam^* W, 17-2 F10 Geneseo^* W, 8-3 F16 Army W, 5-2 F18 New England W, 9-3 F23 at Oswego^* W, 5-3 F28 Middlebury W, 7-6 M3 Williams& W, 11-1 M7 Norwich& L, 6-5 * – SUNYAC Game ^ – NYCHA Game ! – UMass-Lowell Tournament & – ECAC West Playoffs

1979-80 Coach: Lou Frigon 22-9-2, 10-3-1 NYCHA N9 N14 N17 N23 N24 N28 D1 D7 D8 D11 D13 D15 J19 J23 J25 J27

at Colgate L, 3-2 (OT) at Clarkson L, 3-1 at Vermont L, 8-4 vs. New Haven! L, 5-3 vs. Elmira! W, 6-2 Union T, 2-2 (OT) at New England W, 7-3 at Elmira^ L, 7-5 at Geneseo^ W, 7-4 Norwich W, 4-2 Potsdam^ W, 3-2 at Oswego^ L, 9-5 Buffalo^ W, 7-4 at Union W, 5-2 Brockport^ W, 8-4 Elmira^ T, 2-2 (OT)

J30 North Adams W, 7-1 F2 Hamilton W, 6-5 F3 Colby W, 3-2 F5 at Potsdam^ W, 14-7 F8 Geneseo^ W, 9-2 F9 Merrimack W, 7-6 F15 at Brockport^ W, 4-3 F16 at Buffalo^ W, 5-4 F17 at Cortland^ W, 8-6 F22 Oswego^ L, 7-4 F23 Cortland^ W, 11-0 F27 at Middlebury L, 3-1 M1 Norwich& W, 4-3 M5 North Adams& W, 4-3 M8 Oswego& L, 8-3 ^ – NYCHA Game ! – Merrimack Invitational & – ECAC Playoffs

1980-81 Coach: Herb Hammond 27-4-2, 11-2-1 NYCHA

O25 at Clarkson W, 3-2 N4 at Bishop’s W, 5-2 N8 Colgate W, 11-6 N11 Vermont W, 7-5 N14 McGill W, 9-1 N18 at Union W, 4-3 N21 Brockport^ W, 11-3 N23 at Norwich W, 3-2 N28 at Merrimack! W, 8-4 N29 vs. Elmira! W, 6-0 D2 at Potsdam^ L, 8-5 D12 at Oswego^ L, 6-5 D13 at Geneseo^ W, 12-6 J13 at Royal Military W, 5-2 J16 Merrimack W, 6-5 (OT) J17 Oswego^ W, 5-4 (OT) J20 Union L, 5-2 J23 at Buffalo State^ T, 5-5 J24 at Brockport^ W, 5-3 J27 Potsdam^ W, 7-4 J30 at Cortland^ W, 7-3 J31 at Elmira^ W, 5-4 (OT) F6 Elmira^ W, 6-2 F7 Buffalo State^ W, 5-1 F14 Geneseo^ W, 7-4 F20 Norwich T, 4-4 (OT) F21 Cortland^ W, 8-6 F25 Middlebury W, 5-2 M1 Westfield State& W, 9-5 M4 Elmira& W, 5-2 M7 at Oswego& W, 7-6 M12 vs.Concordia (MN)$ W, 10-4 M14 vs. UMass-Lowell$ L, 5-4 ^ – NYCHA Game ! – Merrimack Invitational & – ECAC Div. II West Playoffs $ NCAA D-II Final 4 (at Merrimack)

1981-82 Coach: Herb Hammond 25-13-2, 10-2 SUNYAC O21 O24 O27 N4 N7 N11 N17 N20 N24 N27 N28 D2 D4

Bishop’s St. Lawrence Clarkson at RPI at Colgate at Vermont at Union Brockport at Norwich at Merrimack! vs. Elmira! at Potsdam at Bowdoin

W, 12-6 L, 7-3 L, 7-1 L, 6-2 L, 13-1 W, 7-6 W, 7-4 W, 7-5 L, 5-4 L, 7-6 (OT) W, 12-5 W, 7-6 L, 7-6

2011-12 Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey

D5 at Colby T, 6-6 (OT) D12 at Geneseo W, 12-2 D13 at Oswego L, 8-4 D16 Union W, 3-2 D29 vs. Cornell@ L, 5-1 D30 vs. Boston Coll. @ L, 6-2 J2 vs. Holy Cross# W, 7-4 J3 @ Williams# W, 7-2 J13 Merrimack W, 9-7 J16 Oswego W, 9-2 J22 at Buffalo L, 3-2 J23 at Brockport W, 7-4 J26 Potsdam W, 6-3 J29 at Cortland W, 7-0 J30 at Elmira W, 5-4 (OT) F6 Buffalo W, 10-2 F12 Elmira W, 12-5 F13 Geneseo W, 9-3 F20 Cortland W, 9-2 F24 at Middlebury L, 4-2 F27 Elmira& W, 7-3 M3 Potsdam& W, 11-3 M6 North Adams St.& W, 14-3 M13 Babson$ W, 4-3 M14 Babson$ T, 1-1 M19 Gustavus Adolphus% W, 4-3 M20 UMass-Lowell% L, 6-1 ! – Merrimack Tournament @ I Love NY Tourn.(at Lake Placid) # – Williams Tournament & – ECAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series % NCAA-II Final 4 (atMass-Lowell)

1982-83 Coach: Doug Kacharvich 20-12-1, 11-1 SUNYAC

O30 Colgate L, 8-4 N1 at St. Lawrence T, 4-4 (OT) N4 vs. Saskatchewan! L, 5-0 N6 at Concordia! L, 9-4 N16 Union W, 5-4 N20 Brockport W, 5-2 N23 Norwich L, 9-5 N30 at Potsdam L, 7-5 D3 UMass-Lowell@ L, 4-3 (OT) D4 Merrimack@ L, 4-3 D10 at Oswego W, 7-5 D11 at Geneseo W, 3-1 J3 Calgary W, 4-1 J6 vs. Bowdoin& W, 3-2 (OT) J7 vs. UMass-Lowell& L, 4-2 J12 Merrimack W, 8-0 J15 Oswego W, 4-3 J21 at Buffalo W, 5-4 (OT) J22 at Brockport W, 9-3 J25 Potsdam W, 6-4 J28 at Cortland W, 5-4 (OT) J29 at Elmira L, 5-3 F5 Buffalo W, 7-2 F8 at Union L, 5-2 F11 Elmira W, 6-3 F12 Geneseo W, 3-1 F16 at Norwich L, 8-6 F18 Cortland W, 5-2 F22 Middlebury W, 5-4 F26 Potsdam$ W, 5-2 M2 North Adams$ W, 5-4 M5 at Oswego$ L, 9-6 $ - ECAC Division II West Playoffs ! - International Cup (Montreal, Quebec) @ - Pepsi Cardinal Classic & - Down East Classic (Portland, Maine)


All-Time Results 1983-84 Coach: Doug Kacharvich 16-18, 8-4 SUNYAC

O29 RPI L, 8-3 O30 Concordia L, 5-2 N1 St. Lawrence L, 7-2 N4 vs. Guelph! L, 4-2 N5 vs. Potsdam! W, 7-2 N9 at Vermont L, 4-2 N12 at Colgate L, 5-2 N15 Union W, 5-3 N18 Brockport* W, 6-0 N19 vs. North Adams@ W, 11-3 N20 vs. New England@ L, 7-4 N22 at Norwich L, 8-4 N29 at Potsdam* W, 5-4 D2 New England# L, 5-3 D3 Holy Cross # W, 7-3 D9 at Oswego* L, 6-5 (OT) D10 at Geneseo* W, 3-1 J11 Merrimack L, 4-2 J14 Oswego* W, 7-4 J20 at Buffalo* L, 8-5 J21 at Brockport* L, 6-4 J24 Potsdam* L, 3-2 J27 at Cortland* W, 8-2 J28 at Elmira L, 3-1 F4 Buffalo* W, 11-1 F7 Norwich L, 6-5 (OT) F10 Elmira W, 6-1 F11 Geneseo* W, 3-2 F14 at Union L, 5-2 F17 Cortland* W, 8-1 F19 at Canton W, 6-5 F22 at Middlebury W, 7-1 F25 at Elmira$ W, 6-1 F28 at RIT$ L, 6-2 * – SUNYAC Game ! – Oswego Tournament @ – Merrimack Tournament # – Coca-Cola Cardinal Classic $ – ECAC Playoffs

1984-85 Coach: Steve Hoar 26-11, 10-2 SUNYAC

N1 Dawson W, 12-2 N3 at St. Lawrence L, 4-2 N7 Vermont L, 6-4 N10 Ottawa W, 3-2 N11 Canton W, 6-2 N18 Brockport* W, 15-2 N20 at Norwich W, 6-2 N24 at McGill L, 8-7 N27 at Potsdam* W, 5-1 N30 North Adams! W, 8-4 D1 RIT! W, 8-3 D7 at Oswego* W, 6-4 D8 at Geneseo* W, 7-5 D13 Union W, 5-4 (OT) J5 Royal Military L, 9-7 J6 Royal Military W, 7-2 J12 Oswego* W, 9-1 J18 at Buffalo State* W, 14-5 J19 at Brockport* W, 8-0 J22 Potsdam* L, 5-2 J25 at Cortland* W, 15-0 J26 at Elmira L, 6-3 F2 Buffalo State* W, 9-2 F5 Norwich W, 10-2 F8 Elmira W, 5-2 F9 Geneseo* L, 4-3 (OT) F12 at Union L, 7-2 F15 Cortland* W, 13-4

F18 at UMass-Boston W, 8-2 F22 vs. Brockport# W, 8-3 F23 at Oswego# W, 5-3 M2 Potsdam& W, 5-2 M6 Union& L, 2-1 (OT) M16 at Salem$ W, 6-1 M17 at Salem$ W, 4-2 M22 vs. Bemidji St.% L,7-6 (3 OT) M23 at Union% L, 9-6 * – SUNYAC Game ! – Coca Cola Classic # – SUNYAC Tourn. (at Oswego) & – ECAC West Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series % NCAA D-III Final Four (at Union)

1985-86 Coach: Steve Hoar 27-13-1, 10-2 SUNYAC

O27 Ryerson W, 7-2 N2 St. Lawrence L, 6-4 N6 at Vermont L, 4-1 N16 Brockport* W, 14-1 N19 at Union W, 5-2 N21 at Norwich W, 7-2 N23 vs. St. Anselm’s! L, 2-1 N24 vs. New England! T, 7-7 N26 Alaska-Anchorage L, 9-2 N29 Iowa State@ W, 9-1 N30 North Adams@ W, 5-4 D3 at Potsdam* L, 7-6 (OT) D6 at Oswego* L, 6-3 D7 at Geneseo* W, 8-3 D13 Kent State W, 8-3 D14 Kent State W, 8-3 D30 Notre Dame W, 10-7 D31 Notre Dame W, 15-7 J4 at Royal Military L, 6-4 J5 at Royal Military W, 4-3 J11 Oswego* W, 7-3 J14 at Norwich L, 11-7 J17 at Buffalo* W, 8-1 J18 at Brockport* W, 18-1 J21 Potsdam* W, 8-3 J24 at Cortland* W, 15-2 J25 at Elmira L, 5-4 J28 Union W, 5-3 F1 Buffalo* W, 9-1 F7 Elmira W, 7-1 F8 Geneseo* W, 8-4 F14 Cortland* W, 12-2 F18 UMass-Boston W, 7-3 F25 at Army L, 6-5 (OT) M1 Geneseo& W, 6-3 M5 at Elmira& W, 3-2 M8 at RIT& L, 9-5 M14 Babson$ W, 7-5 M15 Babson$ L, 8-5 M21 Mankato State% W, 7-5 M22 at Bemidji State% L, 8-5 * – SUNYAC Game ! – Merrimack Invitational @ – Coca-Cola Cardinal Classic & – ECAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinal Series % NCAA-III Final 4 (at Bemidji St.)

1986-87 Coach: Steve Hoar 34-6, 12-0 SUNYAC

O25 Ryerson O29 Queen’s University N1 at St. Lawrence N7 Oswego! N8 Merrimack!

W, 8-6 W, 7-4 L, 9-6 W, 6-5 L, 6-3

N11 at Alaska-Fairbanks L, 7-3 N12 at Alaska-Fairbanks L, 13-3 N14 at Alaska-Anchorage W, 5-4 N15 at Alaska-Anchorage L, 7-0 N19 Norwich W, 8-4 N26 St. Scholastica W, 8-6 N29 Elmira W, 7-1 D2 at Potsdam* W, 5-2 D5 at Oswego* W, 6-5 D6 at Geneseo* W, 6-1 D10 Union W, 6-3 D12 at Brockport* W, 3-0 J3 at UMass-Boston W, 9-5 J9 vs. Air Force@ W, 3-2 J10 at Merrimack@ W, 4-2 J15 at Brockport* W, 13-1 J16 at Buffalo* W, 8-3 J18 Oswego* W, 8-2 J23 at Elmira W, 4-3 J24 at Cortland* W, 5-2 J28 at Union W, 8-4 J30 Canisius W, 5-4 (OT) J31 Buffalo* W, 9-4 F7 Geneseo* W, 7-5 F11 Potsdam* W, 8-4 F12 Cortland* W, 12-2 F20 Potsdam# W, 8-1 F21 Oswego# W, 4-2 M4 Canisius& W, 9-4 M7 Oswego& W, 5-2 M13 Norwich$ W, 6-2 M14 Norwich$ L, 4-3 M20 Bemidji State% W, 7-4 M21 Oswego% W, 8-3 ! – Cardinal Classic @ – Merrimack Tournament # – SUNYAC Playoffs & -– ECAC Playoffs $ -– NCAA Quarterfinals Series % – NCAA Division III Final Four

F19 Geneseo# W, 8-1 F20 Oswego# W, 6-2 F27 Canisius& W, 6-3 M2 Oswego& L, 7-5 M13 Babson$ L, 5-2 M14 Babson$ W, 3-2 ! – Cardinal Classic # – SUNYAC Playoffs & – ECAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series

1987-88 Coach: Steve Hoar 24-13, 11-1 SUNYAC

1989-90 Coach: Bob Emery 22-10-3

O24 McGill L, 9-5 O27 Concordia L, 8-6 O30 Canisius W, 8-6 O31 Fredonia* W, 11-1 N6 New England! W 12-2 N7 Army! L, 4-3 (OT) N11 Ottawa W, 7-5 N13 St. Bonaventure W, 7-5 N14 Brockport* W, 11-2 N21 RIT W, 6-4 N24 Potsdam* W, 12-4 D4 Oswego* W, 5-4 (OT) D5 Geneseo* L, 7-5 D9 Union W, 4-3 (OT) D12 Michigan-Dearborn W, 6-4 J3 HOLY CROSS L, 5-2 J4 CURRY L, 6-5 J8 PROVIDENCE W, 4-3 J15 RIT L, 9-4 J16 Brockport* W, 8-1 J19 Potsdam* W, 8-1 J22 Elmira L, 4-0 J23 Cortland* W, 4-3 J28 Hamilton W, 9-3 F2 Maine L, 5-1 F5 Oswego* W, 7-6 (OT) F6 Geneseo* W, 7-3 F12 Cortland* W, 15-0 F13 Fredonia* W, 25-0 F16 Elmira L, 7-2

2011-12 Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey

1988-89 Coach: Steve Hoar 20-5-1 O27 Fredonia O28 Canisius N4 AIC N5 Merrimack N8 Potsdam N11 Brockport N12 Canisius N19 RIT N26 Mercyhurst D2 Oswego D3 Geneseo D9 Binghamton D10 North Adams J4 Union J7 Oswego J13 at RIT J14 at Brockport J17 Potsdam J20 at Elmira J21 at Cortland J27 at Binghamton J28 at Hamilton F4 Geneseo F10 Cortland F11 Fredonia F13 Elmira

O27 at Fredonia O28 at Canisius N3 North Adams! N4 Mercyhurst! N7 at Potsdam N10 Brockport N11 Canisius N14 RIT D1 at Oswego D2 at Geneseo D8 Binghamton D9 Union J3 Curry J5 at Mass-Lowell J12 at RIT J13 at Brockport J16 Potsdam J19 at Elmira J20 at Cortland J26 at Binghamton J27 Hamilton F3 Geneseo F9 Cortland F10 Fredonia F13 Elmira F17 Oswego F23 Fredonia# F24 Geneseo# F27 Geneseo& M9 Elmira$

W, 4-1 L, 8-4 W, 7-4 L, 11-2 W, 10-3 W, 10-5 W, 4-3 L, 6-3 W, 7-3 L, 6-3 W, 6-4 W, 16-1 W, 8-5 W, 6-3 W, 9-2 T, 4-4 (OT) W, 5-4 W, 5-2 W, 4-2 W, 7-3 W,18-1 W, 4-2 W, 11-2 W, 4-2 W, 9-2 L, 6-4

W, 11-2 T,5-5 (OT) W, 13-2 W, 6-4 W, 7-2 W, 10-3 W, 6-4 L, 8-5 W, 7-4 L, 6-4 W, 14-0 L, 5-4 W, 14-1 W, 7-3 L, 9-5 W, 8-0 W, 5-0 L, 9-6 W, 9-1 W, 8-1 L, 6-1 L, 4-3 W, 10-3 W, 5-3 W, 5-3 W, 7-4 W, 6-0 W, 5-4 L, 3-1 L, 5-2


All-Time Results M10 Elmira$ W, 4-2 M16 Babson% T, 4-4 M17 Babson% T, 4-4 M23 WI-Stevens Pt.^ L,10-1 M24 WI-Stevens Pt.^ W, 6-3 ! – Cardinal Classic # – SUNYAC Playoffs & – ECAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals % – NCAA Div. III Semifinals ^ - NCAA Division III Finals

1990-91 Coach: Bob Emery 19-7-1, 11-3 SUNYAC O20 at UNH O26 at Fredonia* O27 at Canisius N2 North Adams! N3 Mercyhurst! N6 at Potsdam* N9 Brockport* N10 Canisius N16 American Int’l N17 RIT N24 Elmira N30 at Oswego* D1 Geneseo* D7 Binghamton* D8 Concordia J11 at RIT J12 at Brockport* J15 Potsdam* J18 at Elmira J19 at Cortland* J25 at Binghamton* J26 at Hamilton J29 at Union F2 Geneseo* F8 Cortland* F9 Fredonia* F16 Oswego* ! – Cardinal Classic * – SUNYAC game

1991-92 Coach: Bob Emery 32-2-2 O25 at Canisius O26 at Fredonia N1 at UConn N2 at AIC N8 New England ! N9 Connecticut ! N12 at Potsdam* N15 Canisius N16 Brockport* N23 Scranton N30 Elmira D6 at Oswego* D7 at Geneseo* D13 RIT J11 Ryerson J17 at RIT J18 at Brockport* J20 at Clarkson J25 at Cortland* J28 Potsdam* J31 at Binghamton* F1 at Elmira F8 Geneseo* F14 Cortland* F15 Fredonia* F21 Binghamton*

T, 7-7 L, 6-2 W, 6-3 W, 7-5 W, 8-7 W, 6-2 W, 7-6 W, 6-2 W, 6-4 L, 8-4 L, 4-1 W, 7-4 L, 8-4 W, 15-1 W, 7-3 L, 8-4 W, 10-8 W, 9-4 L, 5-2 W, 8-1 W,16-1 W, 6-3 W, 5-3 W, 5-3 W, 8-5 L, 3-2 W, 8-3

W, 7-5 W, 8-3 W, 8-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 8-4 W, 8-5 T, 4-4 (OT) W, 10-0 W, 12-1 W, 9-8 W, 4-3 W, 9-3 W, 10-4 W, 11-3 W, 5-2 W, 13-6 L, 6-2 W, 6-4 W, 6-5 W, 7-2 L, 9-6 W, 15-2 W, 7-4 T, 3-3 (OT) W, 13-2

F22 Oswego* W, 11-3 F28 Geneseo# W, 6-4 F29 Fredonia# W, 8-4 M3 Hobart& W, 6-2 M6 Fredonia& W, 7-5 M7 Mercyhurst& W, 6-3 M13 Elmira$ W, 3-1 M14 Elmira$ W, 8-1 M20 WI-Superior% W, 8-5 M21 WI-Stevens Point% W, 7-3 ! – Pepsi Cardinal Classic # – SUNYAC Playoffs & – ECAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series % – NCAA Final Four

1992-93 Coach: Bob Emery 25-6-2, 11-0-1 SUNYAC

N6 New England! W, 7-4 N7 Salem State! L, 4-1 N13 at Fredonia* W, 8-5 N14 at Brockport* W, 6-3 N20 Geneseo* W, 6-2 N21 Oswego* W, 8-3 N28 Elmira W, 4-1 D1 Potsdam* W, 7-1 D5 at Cortland* W, 3-1 D6 at Elmira L, 5-4 D11 at Colgate L, 14-3 D12 at Canisius W, 4-3 J7 American Int’l W, 7-4 J9 at RIT W, 9-2 J15 at Army L, 5-3 J19 at Potsdam* W, 5-2 J22 Canisius W, 11-7 J29 Brockport* W, 9-5 J30 Fredonia* T, 5-5 F5 at Oswego* W, 9-2 F6 at Geneseo* W, 11-0 F12 Cortland* W, 9-3 F13 RIT W, 6-3 F16 Potsdam W, 9-3 F19 Connecticut T, 7-7 F26 Oswego# W, 5-1 F27 Oswego# W, 12-6 M5 Cortland# W, 10-5 M6 Cortland# W, 12-4 M12 Babson$ W, 5-2 M13 Babson$ W, 9-4 M26 vs. WI-River Falls% L, 4-2 M27 vs. Elmira% L, 8-3 ! - Cardinal Classic * - SUNYAC Game # – SUNYAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals % – NCAA Division III Final Four (at Maplewood, Minn.)

1993-94 Coach: Bob Emery 18-9-2, 9-2-1 SUNYAC O29 vs. Waterloo! O30 at RIT! N5 Concordia@ N6 WI-River Falls@ N12 Brockport* N13 Fredonia* N19 at Oswego* N20 at Geneseo* N27 at Mercyhurst N28 at Buffalo State* D3 Hobart D4 Cortland*

W, 9-3 L, 5-2 W, 6-2 W, 9-4 W, 12-0 T, 4-4 L, 5-4 W, 10-2 L, 9-3 T, 4-4 W, 13-1 W, 6-3

D11 Colby J8 at New England J14 Elmira J15 RIT J18 Potsdam* J22 Canisius J28 at Fredonia* J29 at Brockport* F4 Geneseo* F5 Oswego* F11 at Cortland* F12 at Elmira F19 at Potsdam F25 Oswego# F26 Oswego# M4 at Fredonia# M5 at Fredonia# ! – RIT Tournament @ – Cardinal Classic # – SUNYAC Playoffs

W, 6-3 W, 9-1 L, 5-4 W, 8-7 W, 7-1 W, 6-5 L, 5-2 W, 8-1 W, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 6-3 L, 4-3 W, 7-3 W, 7-1 L, 7-3 L, 6-5 L, 6-3

1994-95 Coach: Bob Emery 20-9-2, 12-2 SUNYAC

O28 at Elmira L, 9-6 N4 at Princeton L, 4-3 N11 at Fredonia* L, 11-4 N12 at Buffalo State* W, 13-4 N18 Geneseo* W, 4-1 N19 Brockport* W, 9-6 N25 Southern Maine! W, 13-2 N26 UConn! W, 5-0 D2 Cortland* W, 5-3 D3 Oswego* W, 10-5 D6 at Potsdam* W, 9-4 D10 Mercyhurst L, 5-4 J6 North Adams W, 9-1 J7 New England W, 10-1 J13 at RIT L, 6-2 J14 at Hobart T, 3-3 J17 Williams W, 6-2 J27 Fredonia* W, 8-3 J28 Buffalo State* W, 8-0 F3 at Geneseo* W, 9-5 F4 at Brockport* W, 5-2 F10 at Cortland* W, 10-2 F11 at Oswego* L, 6-3 F14 Potsdam* W, 8-5 F20 Elmira W, 6-4 F24 Potsdam# W, 6-2 F25 Potsdam# W, 9-2 M3 at Fredonia# T, 3-3 M4 at Fredonia# L, 4-1 M10 at Middlebury$ L, 3-2 M11 at Middlebury$ L, 6-1 ! – Cardinal Classic * - SUNYAC Game # – SUNYAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series

1995-96 Coach: Bob Emery 20-6-3, 13-1 SUNYAC N27 N29 N10 N11 N17 N18 N24 N25 D1 D2 D5

at Elmira Princeton at Oswego* at Cortland* at Buffalo State* at Fredonia* Bentley! Army! Brockport* Geneseo* at Williams

L, 4-2 L, 8-0 L, 5-4 W, 7-5 W, 8-1 W, 10-3 W, 9-1 L, 4-3 W, 12-2 W, 8-3 W, 4-3

2011-12 Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey

D8 Potsdam* J5 vs. New England@ J6 at Colby@ J12 RIT J13 Elmira J16 at Bowdoin J20 McGill (exhib.) J26 Oswego* J27 Cortland* F2 Buffalo State* F3 Fredonia* F9 at Brockport* F10 at Geneseo* F13 at Potsdam* F17 Hobart F23 Fredonia# F24 Fredonia# M1 Potsdam# M2 Potsdam# * – SUNYAC Game # – SUNYAC Playoffs ! – Cardinal Classic @ – Colby Classic

W, 6-3 W, 10-3 L, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 6-2 L, 6-3 L, 6-5 W, 3-2 W, 8-7 W, 16-4 W, 7-4 W, 5-2 W, 2-1 W, 4-2 W, 13-1 W, 7-3 T, 2-2 T, 4-4 T, 3-3

1996-97 Coach: Bob Emery 22-6-3, 10-3-1 SUNYAC

N2 at Elmira L, 6-5 N8 Geneseo* T, 2-2 (OT) N9 Brockport* W, 9-1 N15 at Cortland* W, 4-1 N16 at Oswego* W, 5-2 N22 Elmira L, 4-3 N29 Niagara! W, 6-2 N30 RIT! W, 5-3 D6 at Fredonia* L, 5-4 D7 at Buffalo State* W, 13-3 D11 at Potsdam* L, 8-3 D13 New England W, 9-1 J3 vs. Colby@ W, 5-1 J4 at Holy Cross@ W, 4-3 J7 Findlay W, 7-3 J10 at RIT W, 5-3 J14 Conn. College W, 12-7 J18 McGill (exhib.) W, 4-3 J21 Williams W, 3-0 J31 at Geneseo* W, 4-1 F1 at Brockport* W, 3-1 F7 Cortland* W, 8-2 F8 Oswego* W, 4-3 F14 Fredonia* L, 4-2 F15 Buffalo State* W, 5-1 F22 Potsdam* W, 4-1 F28 Potsdam# W, 6-2 M1 Potsdam# W, 7-4 M7 at Fredonia# W, 6-1 M8 at Fredonia# T, 1-1 M14 Norwich$ T, 3-3 M15 Norwich$ L, 5-2 ! – Cardinal Classic * - SUNYAC Game @ – Holy Cross Tournament # – SUNYAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series

1997-98 Coach: Bob Emery 26-8-1, 9-4-1 SUNYAC N1 N7 N8 N14 N15 N22

John Abbott (exhib.) W, 6-1 Buffalo State* W, 13-1 Fredonia* W, 4-2 Brockport* W, 4-1 Geneseo* T, 3-3 (OT) at Elmira L, 6-5


All-Time Results N25 Middlebury W, 4-0 N28 vs. Colby! L, 5-4 (2 OT) N29 vs. Findlay! W, 6-4 D2 Massachusetts Coll. W, 9-4 D5 at Oswego* L, 6-5 D6 at Cortland* W, 11-2 D9 Potsdam* W, 6-5 D12 at New England W, 5-0 J2 Trinity@ W, 5-0 J3 Mercyhurst@ W, 3-2 J20 at Williams W, 6-4 J24 Cortland W, 9-0 J26 Elmira W, 7-1 J30 at Buffalo State* W, 8-2 J31 at Fredonia* L, 3-2 F6 at Brockport* W, 7-4 F7 at Geneseo* W, 7-3 F13 Oswego* L, 3-0 F14 Cortland* W, 7-1 F17 at Potsdam* L, 6-2 F20 Fredonia# W, 7-2 F21 Fredonia# W, 6-2 F27 at Geneseo# W, 7-1 F28 at Geneseo# W, 4-2 M6 at Oswego# W, 4-3 M7 at Oswego# W, 4-2 M13 at RIT$ W, 6-3 M14 at RIT$ L, 3-2 M20 vs. WI-Stevens Pt.% L, 8-2 M21 vs. Augsburg% W, 9-5 * – SUNYAC Game ! – Holy Cross Tournament @ – Cardinal Classic # - SUNYAC Tournament $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series % – NCAA Final Four

1998-99 Coach: Bob Emery 24-5-3, 13-0-1 SUNYAC

O24 Hobart W, 6-1 O31 St. Laurent W, 4-2 N6 Cortland* W, 9-1 N7 Oswego* W, 4-0 N13 Fredonia* W, 6-3 N14 Buffalo State* W, 7-1 N21 at Elmira W, 6-3 N27 at Norwich! L, 5-3 N28 vs. Potsdam! W, 13-5 D4 at Geneseo* W, 5-3 D5 at Brockport* T, 5-5 (OT) D8 Potsdam* W, 9-0 D11 New England W, 9-0 J2 Southern Maine@ W, 7-1 J3 RIT@ W, 7-4 J6 at Colby L, 3-2 J9 Elmira W, 9-5 J19 at Middlebury L, 6-3 J23 Williams L, 4-3 J29 at Cortland* W, 8-4 J30 at Oswego* W, 5-3 F5 at Fredonia* W, 5-2 F6 at Buffalo State* W, 8-2 F12 Geneseo* W, 8-3 F13 Brockport* W, 8-0 F16 Potsdam* W, 7-2 F26 Geneseo# W, 5-0 F27 Geneseo# W, 8-1 M5 Oswego# W, 5-4 M6 Oswego# T, 4-4 M12 at Norwich$ T, 4-4 M13 at Norwich$ L, 3-2 * – SUNYAC Game ! – PrimeLink Tournament @ – Cardinal Classic # – SUNYAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals Series

1999-2000 Coach: Bob Emery 26-4-3, 13-0-1 SUNYAC

O22 Seneca (exhib.) W, 16-2 N5 at Brockport* W, 8-7 N6 at Geneseo* W, 6-3 N12 Oswego* W, 7-3 N13 Cortland* W, 7-3 N20 at Elmira W, 8-3 N26 Potsdam! W, 7-2 N27 Middlebury! W, 6-3 D3 Buffalo State* W, 9-3 D4 Fredonia* W, 7-2 D7 Potsdam* W, 7-1 D10 RIT W, 5-4 J7 Wentworth@ W, 13-1 J8 Elmira@ W, 4-3 (OT) J11 at Norwich L, 4-0 J15 at Hobart W, 7-6 (OT) J18 at Middlebury L, 5-2 J22 Williams L, 4-3 J25 Colby W, 4-3 (OT) J28 Brockport* W, 7-4 J29 Geneseo* W, 10-5 F4 at Oswego* W, 5-0 F5 at Cortland* W, 7-3 F11 at Buffalo State* T, 3-3 (OT) F12 at Fredonia* W, 4-1 F15 at Potsdam* W, 8-4 F25 Geneseo# W, 9-3 F26 Geneseo# W, 7-2 M3 Potsdam# W, 6-0 M4 Potsdam# W, 6-2 M10 Middlebury$ T, 1-1 M11 Middlebury$ T, 4-4 M17 vs. St. Thomas% L, 7-1 M18 at WI-Superior% W, 2-0 * – SUNYAC game ! – PrimeLink Tournament @ – Cardinal Classic # – SUNYAC Playoffs $ – NCAA Quarterfinals % – NCAA Division III Final Four

2000-01 Coach: Bob Emery 29-5, 13-1 SUNYAC O28 N3 N4 N10 N11 N18 N24 N25 D1 D2 D5 D9 J5 J6 J9 J13 J16 J20 J23 J26 J27 F3 F5 F9 F10

Humber (exhib.) W, 7-2 at Fredonia* W, 6-0 at Buffalo State* W, 12-3 at Geneseo* W, 6-4 at Brockport* W, 9-1 Elmira W, 5-2 at Middlebury! L, 3-0 vs. Norwich! W, 6-1 Cortland* W, 5-2 Oswego* W, 6-3 at Potsdam* L, 5-3 Amherst W, 4-0 Hobart W, 5-2 RIT L, 8-2 Norwich W, 4-3 at Elmira L, 4-1 Middlebury W, 3-0 Williams W, 3-2 (OT) at Colby W, 4-1 Fredonia* W, 3-2 Buffalo State* W, 7-1 Geneseo* W, 4-3 Brockport* W, 12-3 at Cortland* W, 6-3 at Oswego* W, 5-2

F13 Potsdam* W, 5-0 F23 Geneseo# W, 8-2 F24 Geneseo# W, 7-1 M2 Potsdam# W, 6-3 M3 Potsdam# L, 6-2 M4 Potsdam# W, 5-1 M9 at Middlebury% W, 3-1 M10 at Middlebury% W, 5-2 M16 vs. WI-Superior& W, 5-3 M17 at RIT& W, 6-2 * – SUNYAC game ! - PrimeLink Tournament # – SUNYAC Tournament game % – NCAA Quarterfinal Series & – NCAA Final Four (at RIT)

2001-02 Coach: Bob Emery 20-9-4, 13-1 SUNYAC

O27 Humber (exhib.) W, 8-1 N2 at Oswego* W, 6-4 N4 at Cortland* W, 5-1 N9 at Buffalo State* W, 5-1 N10 at Fredonia* W, 4-0 N17 Elmira L, 2-1 N23 vs. Norwich! L 3-2 (2 OT) N24 at Potsdam! L, 3-2 N30 Brockport* W, 11-4 D1 Geneseo* W, 3-1 D4 Potsdam* W, 3-2 (OT) D7 at Middlebury L, 3-2 D28 Hamilton$ W, 10-2 D29 Oswego$ W, 4-1 J2 at Amherst W, 6-2 J8 at Norwich L, 5-3 J12 at Elmira L, 4-1 J15 Williams W, 6-3 J22 Colby W, 5-3 J25 Oswego* L, 3-2 (OT) J26 Cortland* W, 7-1 F1 Buffalo State* W, 5-3 F2 Fredonia* W, 6-2 F8 at Brockport* W, 4-1 F9 at Geneseo* W, 7-0 F12 at Potsdam* W, 3-2 (OT) F22 Geneseo# W, 7-1 F23 Geneseo# L, 2-1 M1 Oswego# T, 2-2 M2 Oswego# T, 3-3 M3 Oswego# W, 2-1 M8 at RIT% T, 4-4 (OT) M9 at RIT% T, 2-2 (OT) M15 vs. WI-Superior& L, 5-0 * - SUNYAC Game ! - PrimeLink Tournament $ - Pepsi Cardinal Classic # - SUNYAC Tournament % - NCAA Quarterfinals & - NCAA Final Four

2002-03 Coach: Bob Emery 20-9-3, 9-4-1 SUNYAC N1 Humber (exh.) N8 Geneseo* N9 Brockport* N15 at Cortland* N16 at Oswego* N23 Elmira N29 Potsdam! N30 Middlebury! D3 at Potsdam* D6 at Fredonia* D7 at Buffalo St.*

W, 7-1 W, 6-1 W, 9-0 L, 4-3 T, 4-4 (OT) T, 5-5 (OT) T, 3-3 (OT) W, 6-1 W, 9-1 L, 5-2 W, 4-3

2011-12 Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey

D31 Amherst W, 5-0 J3 Skidmore# W, 6-2 J4 Manhattanville# W,4-3 J7 Norwich L, 5-3 J14 Williams W, 5-1 J18 at RIT L, 5-2 J21 at Colby W, 5-3 J28 Middlebury L, 6-1 J31 at Geneseo* L, 4-3 F1 at Brockport* W, 7-2 F7 Cortland* W, 12-3 F8 Oswego* L, 5-3 F14 Fredonia* W, 2-1 F15 Buffalo State* W, 8-0 F18 Potsdam* W, 5-2 F21 Cortland** W, 9-2 F22 Cortland** W, 7-2 F28 at Fredonia** W, 3-2 (OT) M1 at Fredonia** W, 5-2 M7 at Oswego** W, 5-3 M8 at Oswego** L, 7-4 M9 at Oswego** L, 5-3 * – SUNYAC game ! Primelink Tourn. at Norwich # – Pepsi Cardinal Classic ** – SUNYAC Tournament

2003-04 Coach: Bob Emery 23-5-3, 12-0-1 SUNYAC

O25 St. Clair Shores (exh.) W, 6-2 N1 Potsdam * W, 5-3 N7 Buffalo St. * W, 7-2 N8 Fredonia * W, 4-2 N14 Brockport * W, 9-2 N15 Geneseo * W, 9-2 N22 at Elmira W, 3-2 N28 Norwich # W, 2-0 N29 Middlebury # L, 5-2 D5 at Oswego * W, 5-4 D6 at Cortland * W, 10-2 D31 Skidmore W, 5-0 J2 Babson $ L, 4-1 J3 St. Michael’s $ W, 10-2 J6 at Norwich L, 6-0 J13 Williams T, 2-2 (OT) J17 at Wentworth W, 2-1 J23 at Potsdam * T, 1-1 (OT) J24 Hamilton W, 8-5 J27 at Middlebury L, 8-1 J30 at Buffalo St. * W, 3-2 J31 at Fredonia * W, 5-2 F6 at Brockport * W, 9-1 F7 at Geneseo * T, 2-2 (OT) F13 Oswego * W, 2-1 F14 Cortland * W, 6-1 F27 Fredonia + W, 8-1 F28 Fredonia + W, 8-2 M5 Oswego ! W, 4-3 (OT) M6 Oswego ! W, 3-2 (OT) M13 Curry % W, 5-4 (OT) M19 St. Norbert ^ L, 4-1 * SUNYAC Game # PrimeLink Tournament $ Cardinal Classic + SUNYAC Semifinals ! SUNYAC Championship % NCAA Quarterfinals ^ NCAA Final 4 (at Norwich)


All-Time Results 2004-05 Coach: Bob Emery 18-13, 7-7 SUNYAC

O22 Carleton (exh.) W, 10-2 O29 at Potsdam * W, 3-1 N5 Cortland * W, 4-1 N6 Oswego * L, 5-2 N12 Fredonia * L, 5-2 N13 Buffalo St. * W, 5-3 N20 Elmira W, 6-2 N26 at Middlebury # L, 5-1 N27 vs. Potsdam # L, 3-2 D3 at Geneseo * L, 3-2 D4 at Brockport * W, 9-0 D30 Conn. Coll. $ W, 4-3 (OT) D31 Utica Coll. $ L, 2-1 J4 Norwich W, 4-3 (OT) J8 at RIT W, 5-4 J11 at Williams W, 5-4 (OT) J14 Curry W, 4-1 J15 Wentworth W, 4-2 J21 Potsdam * L, 6-5 J25 Middlebury L, 4-3 J28 at Cortland * L, 6-3 J29 at Oswego * L, 3-2 F4 at Fredonia * L, 3-0 F5 at Buffalo St. * W, 5-1 F11 Geneseo * W, 2-1 F12 Brockport * W, 7-5 F18 Potsdam ** W, 6-0 F19 Potsdam ** W, 4-1 F25 at Oswego + W, 3-2 (OT) F26 at Oswego + W, 3-1 M4 at Geneseo ! L, 5-2 M5 at Geneseo ! L, 5-4 (OT) * SUNYAC Game # PrimeLink Tourn. at Middlebury $ Cardinal Classic ** SUNYAC Quarterfinals + SUNYAC Semifinals ! SUNYAC Championship

2005-06 Coach: Bob Emery 19-12-1, 8-6 SUNYAC

O21 at Elmira L, 3-2 O28 POTSDAM * W, 7-3 N4 at Brockport * W, 6-3 N5 at Geneseo * W, 7-1 N11 OSWEGO * L, 4-2 N12 CORTLAND * W, 6-2 N25 at Potsdam # W, 5-1 N26 vs Middlebury # L, 3-2 D2 BUFFALO STATE * L, 2-1 D3 FREDONIA * W, 4-1 D9 at Middlebury T, 3-3 (OT) D10 WILLIAMS W, 6-0 D30 SKIDMORE $ W, 8-1 D31 TRINITY (CONN.) $ W, 4-1 J3 at Norwich L, 7-3 J11 at Babson W, 3-2 J13 at Curry L, 3-1 J14 PLYMOUTH STATE W, 5-2 J20 at Potsdam * L, 4-3 (OT) J21 USA U-17 (exh.) T, 2-2 (OT) J27 BROCKPORT * W, 7-3 J28 GENESEO * L, 5-2 F3 at Oswego * L, 7-6 F4 at Cortland* W, 9-2 F10 at Buffalo State * W, 4-1 F11 at Fredonia * L, 4-3 (OT) F17 BUFFALO STATE + W, 5-4 F18 BUFFALO STATE + W, 8-1 F24 at Oswego ^ W, 6-3

F25 at Oswego ^ W, 5-2 M3 at Geneseo ! W, 4-1 M4 at Geneseo ! L, 4-3 M5 at Geneseo ! L, 4-3 * SUNYAC Game # Primelink Tourn. at Potsdam, N.Y. $ Cardinal Classic at Plattsburgh + SUNYAC Tourn. Quarterfinals ^ SUNYAC Tourn. Semifinals ! SUNYAC Tournament Finals

2006-07 Coach: Bob Emery 14-8-6, 6-4-4 SUNYAC

O21 at Morrisville W, 6-3 O27 at Potsdam * W, 7-1 O29 USA U-18 (exhib.) L, 5-3 N3 at Fredonia * L, 4-3 N4 at Buffalo St * L, 7-4 N10 at Geneseo * L, 4-1 N11 at Brockport * T, 3-3 (OT) N17 ELMIRA T, 2-2 (OT) N24 vs Middlebury # W, 4-2 N25 at Norwich # L, 4-2 D1 CORTLAND * W, 6-0 D2 OSWEGO * T, 5-5 (OT) D8 MIDDLEBURY L, 2-1 D9 WILLIAMS W, 6-2 D29 CONN. COLL. & T, 2-2 (OT) D30 NEUMANN & L, 4-3 (OT) J9 NORWICH W, 4-2 J13 CURRY W, 9-2 J16 at Skidmore W, 8-1 J26 FREDONIA * T, 3-3 (OT) J27 BUFFALO ST. * W, 6-1 F2 GENESEO * L, 4-2 F3 BROCKPORT * W, 4-1 F9 at Cortland * T, 3-3 (OT) F10 at Oswego * W, 4-1 F16 POTSDAM * W, 10-3 F20 BROCKPORT + W, 9-2 F24 at Geneseo @ W, 8-2 M3 FREDONIA ^ L, 6-4 * SUNYAC Game # Primelink Tourn. at Norwich & Cardinal Classic + SUNYAC Quarterfinals @ SUNYAC Semifinals ^ SUNYAC Championship

2007-08 Coach: Bob Emery 25-5, 14-2 SUNYAC O19 O20 O26 N2 N3 N9 N10 N17 N23 N24 N30 D1 D7 D8 J4 J5 J8 J15 J25 J26 F1

MORRISVILLE * W, 5-1 MORRISVILLE * W, 6-2 POTSDAM * W, 11-1 at Oswego * W, 4-2 at Cortland * W, 5-2 at Buffalo State * W, 6-1 at Fredonia * W, 3-0 at Elmira L, 2-3 ST. JOHN’S # W, 4-3 (OT) NORWICH # W 5- 3 BROCKPORT * W, 6-1 GENESEO * W, 5-4 (OT) at Middlebury L, 2-3 at Williams W, 8-1 TUFTS $ W, 9-2 ST. SCHOLASTICA $ W , 3-2 at Norwich W, 3-2 SKIDMORE W, 8-1 OSWEGO * W, 3-2 (OT) CORTLAND * W, 3-2 BUFFALO STATE * W, 5- 2

F2 FREDONIA * L, 1-3 F8 at Brockport * W, 4-2 F9 at Geneseo * W, 6-3 F15 at Potsdam * L, 2-4 F23 POTSDAM % W, 6-0 M1 OSWEGO % W, 4-3 M15 HOBART ! W, 5-2 M22 vs Elmira ! W, 6-3 M23 vs St. Norbert ! L, 0-2 * SUNYAC Game # PrimeLink Tournament $ Cardinal Classic % SUNYAC Tournament Semifinals ^ SUNYAC Tournament Finals ! NCAA Final 4 (Lake Placid, N.Y.)

2008-09 Coach: Bob Emery 24-2-2, 15-0-1 SUNYAC

O25 ELMIRA W, 6-3 O31 FREDONIA* W, 5-2 N1 BUFFALO ST.* W, 4-2 N8 at Morrisville* W, 8-3 N14 at Brockport* W, 5-0 N15 at Geneseo* W, 5-0 N22 at Potsdam* T, 4-4 (OT) N28 vs Norwich # T, 3-3 (OT) N29 vs. St. Thomas # W, 5-3 D5 OSWEGO* W, 4-3 (OT) D6 CORTLAND* W, 5-3 J2 WESLEYAN % W, 5-1 J3 CASTLETON % W, 3-0 J6 NORWICH W, 3-1 J13 at Skidmore L, 5-3 J23 at Fredonia* W, 4-2 J24 at Buffalo St.* W, 8-0 J27 MIDDLEBURY W, 4-1 J31 MORRISVILLE* W, 5-0 F2 WILLIAMS W, 6-1 F6 BROCKPORT* W, 4-2 F7 GENESEO* W, 4-1 F14 POTSDAM W, 8-1 F20 at Oswego* W, 2-1 F21 at Cortland* W, 6-1 F28 BROCKPORT ^ W, 7-2 M7 OSWEGO & W, 5-4 (OT) M14 NEUMANN ! L, 5-4 (OT) * SUNYAC Game # PrimeLink Tourn. at Middlebury % Cardinal Classic ^ SUNYAC Tournament Semifinals & SUNYAC Tournament Finals ! NCAA Quarterfinals

2009-10 Coach: Bob Emery 19-6-4, 13-2-1 SUNYAC O30 O31 N6 N7 N14 N20 N21 N27 N28 D4 J1 J2 J5 J9 J12 J18 J22

GENESEO* W, 4-2 BROCKPORT* W, 4-1 CORTLAND* W, 5-1 OSWEGO* L, 5-2 at Morrisville* W, 5-1 at Buffalo St.* W, 7-0 at Fredonia* W, 10-2 vs. Middlebury # W, 3-1 at Norwich # T, 1-1 (OT) POTSDAM T, 3-3 (OT) CASTLETON % W, 8-1 TRINITY % W, 9-0 at Norwich L, 4-1 at Elmira T, 1-1 (OT) SKIDMORE W, 9-3 at Williams T, 1-1 (OT) at Geneseo* W, 4-3

2011-12 Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey

J23 at Brockport* W, 7-1 J29 at Cortland* W, 4-1 J30 at Oswego* L, 3-2 F2 at Middlebury L, 5-3 F6 MORRISVILLE* W, 4-1 F12 BUFFALO ST.* W, 4-2 F13 FREDONIA* W, 4-1 F19 at Potsdam* W, 7-3 F27 BROCKPORT ^ W, 5-2 M6 at Oswego & L, 6-3 M13 at Middlebury + W, 3-2 (OT) M19 vs Norwich ! L, 3-2 * SUNYAC Game # PrimeLink Tourn. at Norwich % Cardinal Classic ^ SUNYAC Tourn. Quarterfinals & SUNYAC Tourn. Finals + NCAA Quarterfinals ! NCAA Final 4 (Lake Placid, N.Y.) 

2010-11 Coach: Bob Emery 20-8-1, 9-7-0 SUNYAC

O29 at Geneseo* L, 7-3 O30 at Brockport* W, 7-3 N5 at Cortland.* W, 7-3 N6 at Oswego* L, 5-3 N13 MORRISVILLE* L, 3-2 N19 BUFFALO ST.* L, 6-2 N20 FREDONIA* W, 4-2 N26 ST. JOHN’S# W, 7-4 N27 NORWICH # W, 3-2 D3 at Potsdam* W, 4-1 D7 at Skidmore W, 4-1 D31 CURRY % W, 7-1 J1 NEUMANN % W, 2-1 J4 NORWICH W, 7-4 J8 ELMIRA T, 2-2 (OT) J17 WILLIAMS W, 5-1 J21 GENESEO* W, 4-2 J22 BROCKPORT* W, 4-2 J28 CORTLAND* L, 2-0 J29 OSWEGO* L, 4-3 F1 MIDDLEBURY W, 2-1 F5 at Morrisville* W, 6-2 F11 at Buffalo St.* L, 4-3 F12 at Fredonia* W, 3-1 F18 POTSDAM* W, 9-2 F23 MORRISVILLE+ W, 4-3 (OT) F26 at Geneseo ^ W, 3-2 (OT) M5 FREDONIA & W, 4-1 M12 NORWICH ! L, 3-2 (OT) * SUNYAC Game # PrimeLink Tourn. at Middlebury % Cardinal Classic ^ SUNYAC Tournament Semifinals & SUNYAC Tournament Finals ! NCAA Quarterfinals


All-Time Record vs. Opponents/Friends of Plattsburgh State Air Force....................1-0-0 UConn.......................2-0-0 Alaska-Anchorage.....1-2-0 Connecticut College..3-0-2 Alaska-Fairbanks.......0-2-0 Concordia-Montreal...4-8-0 American Int’l.............4-0-0 Concordia-Minn.........1-0-0 Amherst.....................3-0-0 Cornell.......................0-1-0 Army..........................2-6-0 Cortland...................70-4-1 Augsburg...................1-0-0 Curry..........................5-2-0 Babson......................6-3-3 Dawson.....................2-0-0 Bemidji State.............1-2-0 Elmira....................38-35-6 Bentley......................1-0-0 Findlay.......................2-0-0 Binghamton...............8-0-0 Fredonia................43-17-7 Bishops......................5-0-0 Geneseo................72-16-3 Bois De Boulogni.......0-1-0 Guelph.......................0-1-0 Boston College..........0-1-0 Gustavus Adolphus...1-0-0 Bowdoin.....................1-2-0 Hamilton....................8-2-0 Brockport.................72-1-2 Hobart........................7-0-1 Buffalo.....................14-2-1 Holy Cross.................3-1-0 Buffalo State............34-6-2 Humber......................3-0-0 Calgary......................1-0-0 Ithaca.........................0-1-0 Canisius...................12-1-2 Iowa State.................1-0-0 Canton.......................6-0-0 John Abbott...............3-0-0 Carlton.......................1-0-0 Kent State..................2-0-0 Castleton...................3-0-0 Maine.........................0-1-0 Champlain.................2-0-0 Manhattanville...........1-0-0 Clarkson....................1-4-0 Mankato State...........1-0-0 Colby.........................7-3-1 UMass-Boston...........3-0-0 Colgate......................1-5-0 UMass-Lowell............2-4-0 Exhibition games against non-NCAA teams included.

McGill........................3-3-0 Mercyhurst.................5-2-0 Merrimack..................7-5-0 Michigan-Dearborn....1-0-0 Middlebury.............15-19-3 Morrisville..................9-1-0 Neumann...................1-2-0 New England Coll.... 11-2-1 New Hampshire.........0-0-1 New Haven................1-1-0 Niagara......................1-0-0 North Adams/MCLA.14-1-0 Norwich.................19-24-5 Notre Dame...............2-0-0 Oswego.................68-33-5 Ottawa.......................2-0-0 Plymouth State..........1-0-0 Potsdam................78-14-6 Princeton...................0-2-0 Providence................1-0-0 Queens......................1-1-0 Royal Military.............6-2-1 R.I.T.......................17-13-3 RPI............................0-2-0 Ryerson.....................3-0-0 Salem State...............2-1-0 Saskatchewan...........0-1-0 Scranton....................1-0-0

Seneca......................1-0-0 Skidmore...................7-1-0 St. Anselm.................0-1-0 St. Bonaventure.........1-0-0 St. Clair Shores.........1-0-0 St. John’s...................1-0-0 St. Laurent.................1-0-0 St. Lawrence.............0-5-1 St. Michael’s..............1-0-0 St. Norbert.................0-2-0 St. Scholastica...........2-0-0 St. Thomas................1-1-0 Southern Maine.........2-0-0 Trinity.........................3-0-0 Tufts...........................1-0-0 USA U-17..................0-0-1 USA U-18..................0-1-0 Union..................... 16-11-1 Utica..........................0-1-0 Vermont.....................3-4-0 Waterloo....................1-0-0 Wentworth.................3-0-0 Westfield State..........1-0-0 Williams...................15-2-2 Wesleyan...................1-0-0 Wis.-River Falls.........1-1-0 Wis.-Stevens Point....2-2-0 Wis.-Superior.............3-1-0

Friends of Plattsburgh State

Mike Deloria ’81 (left) and Rick Strack ’81 are serving as co-chairs of the Friends of Plattsburgh State Men’s Hockey. They were Cardinal teammates from 1979 to 1981.

Friends of Plattsburgh State Athletics joins together Alumni, Parents, and Friends who, through their financial support, are committed to the success of Cardinal Athletics. Athletics at SUNY Plattsburgh has a long history of success. Although we are proud of our many achievements and championship teams over the years, we define success in much broader terms. Success is being able to positively impact the lives of our student-athletes. In addition, our programs are evaluated on more than competitive excellence; high value is placed on academic achievement and the commitment to community service by our student-athletes. We believe the major accomplishments of our program cannot be measured; they occur off the field and after graduation when our student-athletes use the skills they’ve learned in the Cardinal Athletics program to make their mark on the world. Your gift to support Plattsburgh athletics helps provide students with the tools they need for success - on and off the field.

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Cardinals in the NCAA Tournament 1980-81 (Division II) Semifinals Championship

Concordia (Minn.) UMass-Lowell

1981-82 (Division II) Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

Babson Gustavus Adolphus Lowell

1984-85 (Division III) Quarterfinals Semifinals Consolation

Salem State Bemidji State Union

W, 10-4 L, 5-4

W, 4-3; T, 1-1 W, 4-3 L, 6-1

W, 6-1; W, 4-2 L, 7-6 (3 OT) L, 9-6

1985-86 (Division III)

Quarterfinals Babson W, 7-5; L, 8-5 (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 3-1 to advance) Semifinals Mankato State W, 7-5 Championship Bemidji State L, 8-5

Quarterfinals Norwich W, 6-2; L, 4-3 (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 2-1 to advance) Semifinals Bemidji State W, 7-4 Championship * Oswego State W, 8-3 * Vacated by NCAA Committee on Infractions

1987-88 (Division III)

Quarterfinals Babson (Babson wins mini-game 1-0 to advance)

L, 5-2; W, 3-2

Quarterfinals Elmira L, 5-2; W, 4-2 (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 1-0 to advance) Semifinals Babson T, 4-4; T, 4-4 (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 2-1 to advance) Championship Wis.-Stevens Point L; 10-1; W, 6-3 (Wis.-Stevens Point wins mini-game 1-0 to earn title)

1991-92 (Division III) - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Quarterfinals Semifinals Consolation

Elmira Wis.-Superior Wis.-Stevens Point

Babson Wis.-River Falls Elmira

1994-95 (Division III) Quarterfinals

Middlebury

Norwich

1997-98 (Division III)

Quarterfinals Rochester Tech (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 1-0 to advance) Semifinals Wis.-Stevens Point Consolation Augsburg

1998-99 (Division III) Quarterfinals

T, 3-3; L, 5-2

W, 6-3; L, 3-2 L, 8-2 W, 9-5

Norwich

T, 4-4; L, 3-2

Quarterfinals Middlebury (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 2-1 to advance) Semifinals St. Thomas (Minn.) Consolation Wis.-Superior

T, 1-1; T, 4-4

1999-00 (Division III)

Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

Middlebury Wis.-Superior Rochester Tech

2001-02 (Division III)

Quarterfinals Rochester Tech (Plattsburgh wins mini-game 1-0 to advance) Semifinals Wis.-Superior

2003-04 (Division III)

1989-90 (Division III)

1992-93 (Division III)

Quarterfinals

L, 7-1 W, 2-0

2000-01 (Division III) - NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

1986-87 (Division III)

Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

1996-97 (Division III)

W, 3-1; W, 8-1 W, 8-5 W, 7-3

W, 5-2; W, 9-4 L, 4-2 L, 8-3

Quarterfinals Semifinals

Curry St. Norbert

2007-08 (Division III) Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship

HOBART Elmira St. Norbert

2008-09 (Division III) Quarterfinals

NEUMANN

2009-10 (Division III) Quarterfinals Semifinals

Middlebury Norwich

2010-11 (Division III) Quarterfinals

Norwich

L, 3-2; L, 6-1

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W, 3-1; W, 5-2 W, 5-3 W, 6-2

T, 4-4; T, 2-2 L, 5-0

W, 5-4 (OT) L, 4-1

W, 5-2 W, 6-3 L, 2-0

L, 5-4 (OT)

W, 3-2 L, 3-2

L, 3-2 (OT)


1992,2001 National Champions

The 1991-92 Plattsburgh State Cardinals won a triple crown of championships, taking home the State University of New York Athletic Conference crown, the Eastern College Athletic Conference title, and capping it off with an NCAA Division III National Championship in a 7-3 win over the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point before 3,500 fans at Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena on March 21, 1992. The Cardinals had a 32-2-2 record for the season and closed it out on a 14-game unbeaten streak (13-0-1). It was head coach Bob Emery’s third season with the team.

In the 2000-01 season, the Cardinals claimed the SUNYAC championship over Potsdam. The Cardinals then defeated Middlebury in back-to-back games in the NCAA quarterfinals after the Panthers had defeated the Cardinals, 3-0, in their lone regular-season matchup. After getting by Wisconsin-Superior in the national semifinals, the Cardinals were matched up with an R.I.T. team that had beaten them, 8-2, earlier in the year and were unbeaten coming into the championship game. The Cardinals shocked Division III hockey and defeated the Tigers, 6-2, at Ritter Arena in Rochester.

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All-Time Honors NCAA Division III All-Tournament Team 1984-85 Peter DeArmas 1985-86 Chris Panek 1986-87 Chris Panek (MOP) Craig Barnett Joey Ferras Dave Piromalli NCAA Division II All-Tournament Team 1980-81 Pierre Brunet Rick Strack Tod Wescott 1981-82 Chip Grabowski ECAC West All-Star 1978-79 Doug Kimura (2) 1979-80 Doug Kimura (1) Pierre Brunet (2) 1980-81 Rick Strack (1) Doug Kimura (1) Gaetan D’Anjou (1) Rick Young (2) 1983-84 Peter DeArmas (1) 1986-87 Joey Ferras (1) Chris Panek (1) 1987-88 Joey Ferras (1) Chris Panek (1) 1988-89 Dave Doucette (1) 1990-91 Martin Couture (2) SUNYAC All-Conference 1978-79 Dan Brown (1) Doug Kimura (1) Francois LeComte (1)

Rick Strack (1) Matt Wescott (1) Rick Young (1) 1979-80 Pierre Brunet (1) Doug Kimura (1) 1980-81 Gaetan D’Anjou (1) Doug Kimura (1) Rick Strack (2) Rick Young (2) 1981-82 Gaetan D’Anjou (1) Rick Young (1) Francois Bellefeuille (2) Pierre Brunet (2) Steve Knish (2) 1982-83 Jean-Simon Bibeau (1) Keith Wright (2) Steve Knish (2) 1983-84 Peter DeArmas (1)

Doug Smoke (1) Michel Valliere (2) Dave Piromalli (ROY) 1984-85 Peter DeArmas (1) Steve Plaskon (2) John Swift (2) 1985-86 Dave Piromalli (1) Chris Panek (1) Andre Giroux (1) 1986-87 Joey Ferras (1) Dave Piromalli (1) Chris Panek (1) Rick Stahl (2) Craig Barnett (2) 1987-88 Joey Ferras (1) Chris Panek (1) Christian McGrath (ROY) 1989-90 Jamie Reidy (1) Dan Schaly (2) 1990-91 Jim Powers (1) Dan Schaly (1) Martin Beliveau (2) Martin Couture (2) 1991-92 Bob Posma (1) Dan Schaly (1, MVP) Jim Duran (2) Steve Moore (ROY) Matt Furtado (2) 1992-93 Chris Fess (1) Mike Mondello (1) Lenny Pereira (1, MVP) Steve Moore (1) Scott Mastrodonato (2) 1993-94 DJ MacPhail (1) Lenny Pereira (1) Chris Fess (2) Steve Moore (2) 1994-95 Steve Moffat (1, co-ROY) Stephan Bourbonnais (2)

Mike Bzdel (2) Jason Desloover (2) 1995-96 Jason Desloover (1)

Tracey Belanger (2, ROY)

1996-97 Steve Moffat (1) Jason Desloover (1) Eric Seidel (co-ROY) 1997-98

Tracey Belanger (1,POY)

Mickey Gebo (1) Steve Moffat (2) Jason Desloover (2) Matt Warren (2) 1998-99

Tracey Belanger (1, POY)

Jeff Paluseo (1) Bryan Murray (1) Trevor Cameron (2)

Niklas Sundberg (2, ROY)

1999-2000 Jeff Paluseo (1, POY)

Eric Weidenbach (1) Bryan Murray (1) Niklas Sundberg (1) Brendon Hodge (ROY) 2000-01 Brendon Hodge (1) Jason Kilcan (1) Bryan Murray (1) Niklas Sundberg (2) 2001-02 Jason Kilcan (1) Peter Ollari (1) Niklas Sundberg (1) Brendon Hodge (2) 2002-03 Brendon Hodge (1) Chad Kemp (1) Jason Kilcan (2) Peter Ollari (2) 2003-04 David Friel (1) Chad Kemp (1) Craig Neilson (1) 2004-05 Paul Kelly (2) 2005-06 Anthony Lecesse (2) Ryan Busby (HM) Bryan North (HM) 2006-07 Nick Rolls (1) Pier-Luc Belanger (ROY)

2007-08 Dylan Clarke (2) Riley Hill (1) Bryan Hince (2) Nick Rolls (1) Eric Satim (HM) Ward Smith (2) 2008-09 Dylan Clarke (1) Joey Wilson (1) Ryan Corry (1) Nick Rolls (1) Bryan Hince (1, POY) 2009-10 Dylan Clarke (2) Eric Satim (2) Ryan Williams (2) Mike Kavanagh (HM) 2010-11 Eric Satim (1) Dylan Clarke (2) Mike Grace (2)

SUNYAC All-Tournament Team 1986-87 Craig Barnett (MVP) Joey Ferras Mark LeDonne Dave Doucette 1987-88 Joey Ferras (MVP) Shane Ferras Chris Panek Dave Doucette Tony Martino 1989-90 Jim Powers (MVP) Les Sirota Jamie Reidy 1991-92

Lenny Pereira (MVP) Mike Mondello Chris Fess Frank Mariani Steve Ashe 1992-93 Steve Moore (MVP) Lenny Pereira Scott Mastrodonato Tim Sullivan 1993-94 DJ MacPhail Lenny Pereira 1994-95 Steve Moore Scott Haller 1995-96 Jason Desloover Jason Gordon 1996-97 Steve Moffat (MVP) Brad Erbsland Mike Bzdel Jason Desloover 1997-98 Eric Weidenbach (MVP) Steve Moffat Mark Ferullo Brad Erbsland 1998-99 Tracy Belanger (MVP) Eric Weidenbach Matt Warren Brad Erbsland 1999-2000 Paul Dowe (MVP) Brendon Hodge Bobby Owen Brad Erbsland 2000-01 Derrick Shaw (MVP) Brendon Hodge Niklas Sundberg Peter Ollari 2001-02 Jeff Marshall (MVP) Niklas Sundberg Guy Come Jason Kilcan 2002-03 Brendon Hodge Chad Kemp 2003-04 Paul Kelly Doug Carr Craig Neilson Chad Kemp (MVP) 2004-05 Ryan Busby Bryan North 2005-06 Deryk Whitehead Nick Rolls 2006-07 Pier-Luc Belanger Ryan Busby 2007-08 Bryan Hince (MVP) Nick Rolls Joey Wilson 2008-09 Riley Hill (MVP)

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Joey Wilson Ryan Corry Bryan Hince 2009-10 Dylan Clarke 2010-11 Josh Leis (MVP) Cody Adams Ryan Craig Eric Satim ECAC Div. II West All-Star 1978-79 Doug Kimura (1) 1979-80 Doug Kimura (1) Pierre Brunet (2) 1980-81 Doug Kimura (1) Gaetan D’Anjou (1) Rick Strack (1) Rick Young (2) 1981-82 Gaetan D’Anjou (1) Rick Young (1) Francois Bellefeuille (2) 1983-84 Peter DeArmas (1) ECAC Division II All-Tournament Team 1980-81 Pierre Brunet (MVP) Rick Strack Tod Wescott 1981-82 Jim Griffin (MVP) ECAC Division III All-Tournament Team 1991-92 John Peron Steve Moore (MVP) NYCHA All-Star 1977-78 Dan Brown (1, MVP) Doug Kimura (1, ROY) Rick Strack (1) Matt Wescott (2) 1978-79 Dan Brown (1) Doug Kimura (1, MVP) Rick Strack (1) Matt Wescott (2) Rick Young (2) 1979-80 Doug Kimura (1) Pierre Brunet (2) 1980-81 Doug Kimura (1)

Gaetan D’Anjou (1, MVP)

Rick Strack (2) Rick Young (2)

1=1st team 2=2nd team ROY=Rookie of the year POY=Player of the year MOP=Most outstanding player


AHCA All-Americans The highest individual accolade a collegiate athlete can receive is to be named All-American. In the 33year history of Cardinal hockey, 22 athletes have received the distinction. Eight are two-time recipients.

Doug Kimura Defense 1978-79 - First Team 1980-81 - First Team

Gaetan D’Anjou Forward 1981-82 - First Team

Peter D’Armas Forward 1984-85 - First Team

Chris Panek Defense 1987-88 - First Team

Martin Beliveau Defense 1990-91 - Second Team

Lenny Pereira Forward 1992-93 - First Team 1993-94 - First Team

Bryan Murray Defense 1999-00 - Second Team 2000-01 - Second Team

Jeff Paluseo Forward 1999-00 - Second Team

Chad Kemp Defense 2003-04 - Second Team

Dylan Clarke Forward 2008-09 - First Team

Dave Piromalli Forward 1985-86 - 2nd Team

Joey Ferras Forward 1986-87 - First Team 1987-88 - First Team

Steve Moffat Forward 1996-97 - 2nd Team 1997-98 - 1st Team

Jason Desloover Defense 1997-98 - First Team

Tracey Belanger Forward 1998-99 - First Team

Niklas Sundberg Goal 2000-01 - 2nd Team 2001-02 - 2nd Team

Jason Kilcan Forward 2001-02 - Second Team

Brendon Hodge Forward 2000-01 - Second Team 2002-03 - Second Team

Nick Rolls Defense 2008-09 - First Team

Joey Wilson Forward 2008-09 - Second Team

Eric Satim Forward 2010-11 - Second Team

Michael Valliere Goalie 1984-85 - Second Team

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Peter Ollari Defense 2001-02 - Second Team 2002-03 - Second Team


All-Time Roster A Adams, Cody............ 2009-11 Allen, Tim..................1991-92 Armstrong, Brent......... 1999-02 Ashe, Steve............. 1989-92 Azar, Jeff .................1992-96 B Baccaro, Mike...........2004-08 Backus, Craig ..........1983-84 Bancroft, Devin.........2007-08 Banks, Shawn..........2000-02 Bannister, T.J. ..........1997-98 Barkley, Aaron..........1993-94 Barletta, Rob............1990-91 Barnett, Craig ..........1985-89 Barnhart, Jayson......2001-05 Baron, Matt ..............1980-81 Barrer, Brett..............1999-00 Barton, Joe...............1983-84 Bateman, Bob . ........1979-81 Beasley, Mike ..........1977-78 Bechard, Bob . .........1992-93 Bedard, Dan ............1983-86 Bedard, John ...........1994-95 Belanger, Pier-Luc...... 2006-07

Belanger, Tracey......1995-99 Beliveau, Jason............. 2004 Beliveau, Martin . .....1988-90 Bellefeuille, Francois ...... 1979-82

Bellew, Rick .............1990-91 Bermejo, Ivan ..........1985-86 Bernfell, John...........1999-00 Berthiaume, Luc.......1980-81 Bertholot, Marty .......1984-85 Berube, Jeff .............1997-98 Bessing, Matt . ......... 2009-11 Bester, Steve ...........1983-85 Bevilacqua, Joe .......1993-95 Beyor, Brent . ...........1994-95 Bibeau, Jean Simon. ...... ‘81,85-87

Bibeau, Simon .........1987-90 Bielby, Jim ...............1980-81 Biondo, Nick.............2005-06 Blomquist, Tyler........2005-06 Boden, Mike ............1985-86 Bone, Todd ..............1989-91

Bourbonnais, Stephan....... 1994-96

Bourck, Claude ........1981-82 Boyle, Ed .................1985-86 Bracco, Robert ........1996-97 Bradley, Brent ..........1982-83 Branch, Bill ..............1983-84 Breslin, Tom..............2006-10 Brogan, Chris................ 2004 Brower, Brent . .........1993-94 Brown, Dan . ............1977-79 Brunet, Pierre ..........1979-82 Brunner, Rick ...........1984-85 Bullard, Bruce ..........1978-80 Bunyon, Jeff ............1984-88 Burke, Ron ..............1978-80 Burke, Ryan..............2005-09 Busby, Ryan.............2003-07 Busniuk, Jacob ........1995-96 Bzdel, Mike ..............1993-97 C Cahill, Dennis ..........1976-77 Cammarata, Jim ......1986-87 Cameron, Trevor .....1996-99

Carpinone, Joe.........2001-04 Carr, Doug................. 2001-05 Carrigan, Mike .......... 1975-77 Carriere, Andre ......... 1998-02 Carroll, Rob .............. 1985-86 Casey, Mike .............. 1982-83 Chamberland, Rick ... 1978-79 Chaytors, Sean . ....... 1998-01 Cheney, Carl . ........... 1991-92 Christie, Tim ............. 1976-77 Cichetti, Matt ............ 1982-85 Clark, Derek ............. 1990-92 Clarke, Dylan............. 2007-11 Cleghorn, Andre ....... 1990-94 Cobb, Daniel . ........... 2010-11 Cole, Mark................. 2000-02 Coleman, James....... 2001-04 Coletta, Mark ........ 1998-2002 Collins, Tim ............... 1984-88 Come, Guy................ 2000-03 Conkling, Art.............. 1983-84 Connell, Gerry .......... 1975-76 Cooper, David . ......... 1996-97 Cooper, Mike ............ 1985-86 Cooper, T.J................ 2004-08 Corbett, John ............ 1986-90 Cormier, Jason ......... 1995-96 Corry, Ryan................ 2007-11 Couture, Martin . ....... 1988-89 Craig, Ryan ...........2011-pres. Cree, Bob.................. 1975-76 Cribbie, Curtis............ 2002-03 Cronin, Al .................. 1988-89 Crowe, Dan .............. 1985-86 D Dahme, Jean ............ 1975-76 Daigneault, Bob ........ 1978-79 Daly, Jay ................... 1976-77 D’Amelio, Mike ......... 1993-97 D’Anjou, Gaetan........ 1979-82 Daoust, Mike............. 1997-01 Dash, Teddy ............. 1977-78 Davis, Josh ............... 1998-99 DeArmas, Peter ........ 1981-85 DeBlois, Ray . ........... 1989-93 Deleel, Bill ................ 1975-76 DeLong, Ian............... 2009-10 Deloria, Mike ............ 1979-81 DeMoranville, Craig... 1994-95 Dennis, Shawn.......... 2006-09 Denoncourt, Joe ....... 1981-83 Desloover, Jason ...... 1994-98 Devereaux, Brad.............2010 Diamond, Jason... 2004,06-07 Dineen, Jerry ............ 1986-90 Doak, Jack . .............. 1982-86 Docking, Jared...... 2009-pres. Dolci, Joe . ................ 1997-01 Donohue, Rich . ........ 1986-87 Doty, Derek . ............. 1976-77 Doucette, Dave . ....... 1986-90 Dowe, Paul ........... 1998-2002 Drago, Scott ............. 1991-93 Duhaime, Travis........ 1995-96 Duran, Jim ................ 1988-92 E Emo, Jim ..................1982-83 Engle, Rex ................1993-96 Erbsland, Brad . ........1996-00

Ericksen, Carl ...........1979-80 Espamer, John ...........1986-88 F Falotico, Blair . ................. 2010 Farnan, Ryan...........2010-pres. Farrell, Marc ...............1988-90 Farrow, Phil.................2006-10 Federman, Jim............1987-88 Fentress, Dave ...........1987-90 Ferras, Joey ...............1984-88 Ferras, Shane . ...........1986-90 Ferullo, Mark ..............1997-99 Fess, Chris .................1990-94 Fetherston, Billy...........2002-03 Flanagan, Ryan ..........1995-97 Foley, Sam...............2010-pres. Forbes, Nick ...............1992-95 Fosso, Greg.................2008-10 Friel, David..................2002-06 Fritsche, Marc . ...........1994-96 Furtado, Matt ..............1988-92 G Galan, Kevin................2005-07 Gardiner, Dan .............1982-83 Gebo, Mickey .............1994-98 Gendron, Richard........1979-80 Gilmour, Brett..............2002-05 Gingras, Jean Francois .... 1988-90

Giroux, Andre .............1985-87 Glennon, Pat ..............1991-92 Golczewski, Gary .......1992-93 Goodwin, Rick ............1976-80 Gordon, Jason ............1995-96 Gori, Joe........................... 2004 Gorrie, Jason...............2006-08 Gosselin, Danny .........1977-79 Grabowski, Chip .........1979-83 Grace, Mike.............2009-pres. Greene, Eric................2006-09 Griffin, Jim...................1980-82 Griffin, Tom .................1980-84 Guilbert, Mike .............1993-95 H Haggerty, Sean . .........1986-90 Hahnfeld, Colin ...........1988-90 Haidy, Marty.................1987-88 Hall, Rich ....................1975-76 Haller, Scott ................1992-96 Hamel, Hugo ..............1991-92 Hannaback, Joe .........1977-78 Harrell, Rob ................1992-94 Harrsch, Dennis . ........2007-08 Haugh, Peter ..............1979-80 Hayden, Bobby ...........1985-89 Helgesson, Karl...........2006-07 Hepler, Zach................ 2009-11 Henrick, John .............1984-88 Hill, Riley......................2005-09 Hince, Bryan............2007-2009 Hodge, Brendon..........1999-03 Hopkins, Jeff................1999-03 Hornstein, Tom ...........1984-85 Houle, Jeff ..................1993-97 Huru, Peter .................1976-77 J Jack, Stew...................1985-86 Jackson, Jay................1997-98 Janco, Rick..................2004-07 Jobb, Patrick............2009-pres.

Johnson, Mike.............1997-98 Jones, Dave ...............1991-92 Joy, Justin....................2003-05 Joy, Mike ....................1988-90 K Kaliscik, Pete...............2008-09 Karmanyos, Chris........1978-79 Kavanagh, Mike...........2008-10 Keefer, Charlie . ..........1975-78 Keenan, Tyler..............1999-02 Keeshan, Harry ..........1975-79 Kelly, Joe ....................1977-78 Kelly, Kevin .................1979-82 Kelly, Paul....................2003-05 Kemp, Ben...................2002-06 Kemp, Chad................2000-04 Kewer, Bill . .................1985-86 Kidder, Brian ...............1976-77 Kilcan, Jason...............1999-03 Kimura, Doug .............1977-81 Knish, Steve ...............1981-83 Kocsis, Dave ..............1988-91 Kudroch, Kyle..........2008-pres. L LaLonde, Mark ...........1979-81 Lamendola, Joe ..........1975-76 LaRocca, Mike.............1999-02 Larosa, Mike ...............1975-77 Lattanzio, Chris...........1995-96 Latulippe, Armand ......1995-97 Laurie, John................ 1975-76 LeBlanc, Simon...........2007-08 Lecesse, Anthony........2003-06 Lecomte, Francois...... 1978-79 LeDonne, Mark ...........1984-87 Leen, Mike...................1986-87 Leis, Josh................2009-pres. LeMay, Steve . ............1988-90 Lester, Matt . ...............1998-99 Levac, Rob..................1990-91 Levesque, Brian .........1991-94 Lewko, Al ....................1982-83 Linkowski, Chris .........1988-89 Locke, Darryl ..............1985-86 Loser, Jeff ...................1986-87 Luker, Chuck ..............1975-77 M MacKenzie, Peter .......1977-79 MacLeod, Matt.........2008-pres. MacPhail, D.J. ............1993-97 Mallon, Trevor..............2005-06 Manni, Randy .............1993-96 Manning, Pat ..............1989-90 Mariani, Frank ............1991-92 Marlin, Dave................1998-99 Marsh, Jeff . ................1985-86 Marshall, Craig ...........1984-87 Marshall, Dan .............1984-88 Marshall, Jeff...............1999-02 Martin, Dave ...............1997-98 Martin, Lou .................1978-82 Martino, Tony ..............1986-88 Mastrodonato, Scott ...1991-93 Mathieu, Bob ..............1981-84 Maybrey, Lance ..........1998-01 Mayette, John .............1975-76 McCance, Gordie........1983-84 McCarthy, Jim . ...........1989-90 McConnell, Tim . .........1993-95

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All-Time Roster/Retired Cardinal Jerseys McCurry, Dan .............1985-86 McDonough, Conor.....2001-05 McKenna, Steve .........1988-99 McLaughlin, Daly ........1982-83 McNab, Dave...............2005-07 McNairn, Don .............1978-80 McNeil Don .................1988-90 McNelis, Bill.................1994-95 Meade, Danny ............1976-77 Merra, Martti ...............1981-82 Mills, Chris...................2003-05 Moffat, Steve ..............1994-98 Molinaro, Chris............2005-09 Mondello, Mike ...........1990-93 Moore, Steve ..............1991-95 Mowry, David...............1992-94 Mulcahy, Neil ..............1984-87 Murray, Bryan .............1997-01 N Neilson, Craig..............2002-06 Neitsch, James................. 2010 Newman, Dave ...........1989-90 Noble, Ken . ................1975-77 North, Bryan................2002-06 O Ollari, Peter.................1999-03 O’Malley, Shawn . .......1990-92 O’Neil, Pat ..................1994-98 Ouellette, Marc ...........1977-78 Owen, Bobby ..............1997-01 P Paluseo, Jeff . .............1996-00 Panek, Chris ...............1985-88 Partch, Darren.............2001-03 Patrick, Jim .................1980-81 Peacock, Charlie.........1990-91 Pecora, Jay ................1992-93 Peetes, Mark...............1990-91 Pelletier, Tim ...............1995-99 Peron, John ................1989-93 Perras, Jay .................1996-97 Perry, Bryant . .............1995-96 Pereira, Lenny ............1991-95 Phillips, Jim ................1988-89

Pilon, Marc..................2007-08 Piro, Josh....................1999-00 Piromalli, Dave ...........1983-87 Plaskon, Steve ...........1982-86 Pollio, Jim ...................1989-90 Posma, Bob ................1991-93 Poulin, Dennie ............1980-82 Powers, Jim ................1989-91 Prado, Michael ...........1976-77 Puglisi, Paul.............2009-pres. R Rafferty, Justin.............2003-06 Rattray, Dave . ............1980-83 Raymond, Matt............2005-06 Reed, Jim ...................1979-80 Reid, Brent .................1977-81 Reid, Ryan . ................1991-95 Reidy, Jamie ...............1986-90 Reidy, Rob...................1985-86 Reimann, Michael........1996-97 Remenda, Shane........2003-07 Rentz, Ryan . ..............1997-98 Retter, Rob..................2000-04 Reynolds, D.................1986-87 Rice, John ..................1981-85 Richards, Adam...........2001-03 Riley, Keefe ................1976-78 Rocchio, Mark ............1990-91 Roche, Bill...................1988-89 Rolich, Steve ..............1981-83 Rolls, Nick....................2005-09 Romano, Michael .......1996-97 Rose, Jerry..................1994-95 Rose, Jon ...................1988-89 Ross, L.A. ........1995-97, 98-99 Roytman, Barry.......2010-pres. Russo, Joe .................1995-99 S Sammartino, Bill .........1992-95 Sandell, John . ............1990-93 Sannutti, Chris ............1994-97 Satim, Eric................... 2007-11 Schaly, Dan ................1989-92 Schiavi, Mike...............2007-09

Schlueter, Vick.........2008-pres. Schlumpf, Ron ............1979-81 Schmuck, Brian ..........1987-90 Schofield, Dan.............2002-03 Schratz, John .............1987-89 Seariac, Tony...............2001-05 Seidel, Eric .................1996-00 Seluk, Joe . .................1984-85 Seney, Ed ...................1977-79 Shaw, Derrick..............1997-01 Shea, Kevin ................1992-93 Silveira, Ryan..............2006-07 Silverman, Eric ...........1997-99 Simon, Scott ...............1993-95 Sirota, Les ..................1989-92 Skelton, Carl ...............1994-95 Skruibis, Steve ...........1981-82 Slattery, Terry . ............1975-76 Sliasis, Dan................. 2007-11 Smith, Casey...............2005-07 Smith, Jordan..............2002-06 Smith, Mario................1982-84 Smith, Robbie .............1998-99 Smith, Ward.................2006-09 Smoke, Doug . ............1982-84 Somerville, Scot .........1985-88 Sorenson, Blake .........1994-95 Stahl, Rick ..................1983-87 Stanley, Tim ................1978-79 Stauder, Nick...............1999-00 Stevenson, Jordan......2006-07 Stokes, Bill . ................1989-90 Strack, Rick ................1977-81 Stricker, Andy..............2005-07 Styles, Stephen ..........1996-97 Sullivan, Matt ..............1988-90 Sullivan, Tim ...............1989-93 Sundberg, Niklas ........1998-02 Swift, John ..................1982-84 Sylvester, Evan . .........1995-98 T Taillon, Randy .............1983-84 Talbot, Michel .............1980-82 Tavilla, Rick ................1985-86

Taylor, Kyle..............2008-pres. Testo, Russ . ...............1977-80 Thomas, Andy ............1988-89 Thomas, Mike .............1985-86 Thompson, Rich .........1975-77 Thomson, Mike................. 2005 Todd, Mike ..................1978-79 Toussaint, Brian ......1998-2002 Tozzo, C.J....................2005-08 Tsafonias, George ......1992-93 Tschupp, Chris . ..........1993-94 V Valliere, Michel ...........1982-85 VanDermale, Kyle........ 2007-11 Vashaw, John .............1984-85 Vasys, Kim . ................1981-84 Vida, Mike . .................1981-82 Von Dell, Marc ............1978-79 W Wallace, John .............1992-94 Warren, Matt................1997-00 Watters, Dennis ..........1979-80 Weeden, Robin . .........1984-85 Weidenbach, Eric....... 1997-01 Weiland, Chris............. 2009-11 Weinholz, Chris...... ‘78-79,81-82 Wells, John .................1991-95 Wescott, Matt .............1975-79 Wescott, Tod . .............1977-81 Whitehead, Deryk........2005-06 Wilkins, Steve .............1976-77 Willard, Dave ..............1975-76 Williams, Ryan............. 2009-11 Willock, Andrew...........2006-10 Wilson, Bryant.............2002-06 Wilson, Joey................2006-10 Wilson, Ryan...............2000-01 Wright, Jamie...............2004-06 Wright, Keith ...............1979-83 Y Yanulavich, Barry.........1977-78 Yanulavich, Brent.........1977-78 Young, Dave................2001-05 Young, M.....................1985-86

Retired Cardinal Jerseys STRACK

FERRAS

Rick Strack Goalie 1977-81

Joey Ferras Forward 1984-88

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Niklas Sundberg Goalie 1998-02


Plattsburgh State Athletic Hall of Fame Hockey Players Howard E. Jennings Jr. ’69 was a charter member of both the club hockey and football teams. He was a team captain. He is a founder of youth hockey in the North Country and has coached at the junior through two-year college levels. He is an award-winning photographer and has been a teacher of specialneeds students for almost 40 years. Inducted: Oct. 16, 1988.

Jim Duran ‘92 joined the hallowed group in the Plattsburgh State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. A two-year team captain, he compiled 55 goals and 77 assists for 132 points from 1988 to 1992. He had his best season as a senior when he scored 24 goals and 61 points, earning second-team all-SUNYAC, Cardinal co-Most Valuable Player and Plattsburgh State Male Athlete of the Year accolades. Inducted Oct. 12, 2007

Douglas C. Kimura ‘81 was a two-time NCAA Division III All-American. He tallied 102 career assists and was the 1977-78 NYCHA Rookie of the Year. He was a four-time All-SUNYAC selection and was the 1978-79 NYCHA Most Valuable Player. He is a communications analyst for Royal Bank of Canada. He served three years as hockey coach at Dawson College. He is active in charity hockey events. Inducted: Feb. 2, 2001

Joey Ferras ‘88 joined the hallowed group of men’s hockey hall of famers in the fall of 2008. He ended his prolific four-year career in 1988 as the all-time leading scorer in NCAA history, men’s or women’s, for any Division, with 359 career points. Holding several school records, Ferras was the first Cardinal forward to be selected twice to the AHCA All-American First Team, and he was a two-time first-team all-conference selection. Inducted: Oct. 17, 2008.

Rick Strack ’81 was an outstanding goalie and three-time SUNYAC All-Star. He was a member of the NCAA Division II All-Tournament team in 1981, becoming a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award that year. He was the first Cardinal athlete in any sport to have his uniform number (#1) retired (in 1993). He was a high school assistant coach at St. John’s Academy in Plattsburgh, winning three state hockey championships. Inducted: Oct. 17, 1993.

Steve Moffat ’99 earns Hall of Fame distinction after a career that saw him tally 106 goals and 97 assists for 203 points — sixth all-time. Moffat was a two-time AllAmerican forward, including a spot on the first team his senior year when he totaled 57 points on 31 goals and 26 assists. He was named Co-Rookie of the Year in the SUNYAC in 1995, scoring a career-best 32 goals. In 1997, he was tabbed the SUNYAC Most Valuable Player. He is also a member of the Cardinal All-Decade team, representing the 1995-2004 era of Cardinal hockey. Inducted: Oct. 23, 2010.

Matthew D. Wescott ’79 was a team captain for four years. He scored seven goals in one game, which is believed to be a school record. He was a member of the highest-scoring line in ECAC and NYCHA play during the 1977-78 season. He was named to six all-tournament teams and was team MVP twice. He was twice selected to the NYCHA All-Star Team. He is a community relations specialist with the Illinois Department of Aging. Inducted: Oct. 20, 1996. Dr. Peter DeArmas ‘85 led the Cardinals in goals (30), assists (43) and points (73) in 1983-84. He was named to the NCAA Division III All-Tournament Team and a first-team All-American his senior year. He was a two-time all-SUNYAC first team selection. He ranks second in school career game-winning goals (14), fifth in both goals (95) and points (209). He is a chiropractic physician in Southern California. Inducted July 9, 2004

Chris Panek enters the Hall of Fame as a standout member of the Cardinals men’s ice hockey program from 1985-88. Panek received First-Team All-America honors in 1988 and was named the Most Outstanding Player at the NCAA Division III Championship in 1987. He earned First-Team All-SUNYAC accolades three times and ECAC West first-team honors twice. The Cardinal AllDecade Team member (1985-1994) finished his career 133 career points, good for third most by a defensemen and 29th all-time. Inducted: Oct. 15, 2011

Gaetan D’Anjou ’82 racked up 95 goals (T-5th), including 23 on the power-play (9th) and 181 points (9th)—all school records when he finished his collegiate career. His collegiate trophy case includes two-time first-team all-SUNYAC, first-team ECAC West All-Star in 1981, two-time ECAC II West AllStar and 1981 MVP of NYCHA All-Star First Team. D’Anjou manages a family business in northern Quebec, Canada. Inducted Oct. 20, 2006

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Cardinal Academics At Plattsburgh State the entire coaching and athletic administration team is committed to giving every student-athlete all the resources they need to succeed in their sport as well as in the classroom. Within the Department of Sport and Wellness, the academic success of Cardinal athletes is regularly monitored and supported by Academic Coordinator Michelle St. Onge. As NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative for Plattsburgh State, Librarian Mila Su serves as the link between student-athletes and the

1989-90 David Kocsis, AA 1990-91 Les Sirota, AA 1991-92 Les Sirota, AA 1992-93 Robert Posma, AA 1994-95 Scott Simon, AA/CL Patrick O’Neil, AA Jerome Rose, AA 1995-96 Stephan Burbonnais, AA Jason Cormier, AA Mickey Gebo, AA Armand Latulippe, AA Patrick O’Neil, AA/CL 1996-97 Robert Bracco, AA Mickey Gebo, AA Patrick O’Neil, CL 1997-98 Tracey Belanger, AA David Martin, AA 1998-99 Andre Carriere, AA David Martin, AA Jeff Paluseo, AA Eric Silverman, AA

faculty and is also an independent advocate for student-athlete well-being. Each coach designs an approach that works best with his or her team to be sure that student-athletes have the support they need to ensure their academic success. Whether it is quiet study hours on trips, study halls on campus, or just some advice on academic issues, the coaching staff is committed to academic achievement. Student-athletes can also seek help from the Claude J. Clark Learning Center. The

Learning Center provides academic support to undergraduate and graduate students through peer tutoring, writing and math walk-ins, study skills workshops and extended time testing for those who need it. There are several computer labs on campus that are available for research and writing papers. Most campus buildings offer high-speed wireless connections to the Internet and the all Residence Halls are fully wired for broadband connectivity. Feinberg Library houses over 260,000 volumes, subscribes to

All-Time Plattsburgh All-SUNYAC Academic/ Commissioner’s List

Niklas Sundberg, AA 1999-2000 Andre Carriere, AA Michael Daoust, AA Jeff Hopkins, AA/CL Peter Ollari, AA Jeff Paluseo, AA Niklas Sundberg, AA/CL 2000-01 Andre Carrire, AA Jeff Hopkins, CL Robert Retter, AA Niklas Sundberg, AA/CL 2001-2002 Jayson Barnhart, AA Joseph Carpinone, AA Doug Carr, AA James Coleman, AA Conor McDonough, AA Niklas Sundberg, AA/CL 2002-2003 Frank Barker III, AA Jayson Barnhart, AA/CL Joseph Carpinone, AA/CL Brett Gilmour, AA Conor McDonough, AA/CL Craig Neilson, AA Bryan North, AA 2003-2004 Jayson Barnhart, AA/CL

Joseph Carpinone, AA/CL Brett Gilmour, AA/CL Conor McDonough, AA/CL Craig Neilson, AA/CL David Young, AA 2004-2005 Jayson Barnhart, AA/CL T.J. Cooper, AA Brett Gilmour, AA/CL Anthony Lecesse, AA Conor McDonough, AA/CL Craig Neilson, AA/CL David Young, AA 2005-06 David Friel, AA Kevin Galan, AA Craig Neilson, AA/CL Shane Remenda, AA 2006-07 Tom Breslin, AA Ryan Burke, AA Kevin Galan, AA/CL Eric Greene, AA Dennis Harrsch, AA Karl Helgesson, AA Chris Molinaro, AA Ryan Silveira, AA Casey Smith, AA 2007-08 Devin Bancroft, AA

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over 1,000 periodicals and offers access to a world of information through its comprehensive research website. The Library also offers research support on a walk-up basis through its reference room, or Feinberg Library’s Individualized Extended Reference Service (FLIER). The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, made up of representatives of each team, meets regularly with Athletic Director Bruce Delventhal to discuss issues affecting Cardinal studentathletes.

Eric Greene, AA/CL Bryan Hince, AA Simon LeBlanc, AA Chris Molinaro, AA Dan Sliasis, AA Kyle VanDermale, AA Andrew Willock, AA Joey Wilson, AA/CL 2008-09 Ryan Corry, AA Eric Greene, CL Mike Kavanagh, AA Dan Sliasis, AA/CL Kyle VanDermale, AA/CL 2009-10 Ryan Corry, AA/CL Ian DeLong, AA Zach Hepler, AA Paul Puglisi, AA Kyle VanDermale, AA 2010-11 Dylan Clarke, AA Ryan Corry, AA/CL Ryan Craig, AA/CL Mike Grace, AA Zach Hepler, AA/CL Barry Roytman, AA Dan Sliasis, AA/CL Kyle VanDermale, AA Ryan Williams, AA


State University of New York Athletic Conference Awards Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

SUNYAC Champions Team Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Oswego Oswego Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Geneseo Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Fredonia Fredonia Potsdam Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Geneseo Geneseo Fredonia Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh

Coach Lou Frigon Lou Frigon Herb Hammond Don Unger Don Unger Herb Hammond Doug Kacharvich Don Unger Steve Hoar Paul Duffy Steve Hoar Steve Hoar Don Unger Bob Emery Don Unger Bob Emery Bob Emery Jeff Meredith Jeff Meredith Ed Seney Bob Emery Bob Emery Bob Emery Bob Emery Bob Emery Bob Emery George Roll Bob Emery Brian Hill Jason Lammers Jeff Meredith Bob Emery Bob Emery Ed Gosek Bob Emery

SUNYAC Coach of the Year

Year 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Coach John Horan John Horan Paul Duffy Paul Duffy John Horan Don Unger Steve Hoar Bob Pedersen Al MacCormack Paul Duffy Jeff Meredith Ed Seney Al MacCormack Jeff Meredith Ed Seney Bob Emery Brian Dickenson

Team Potsdam Potsdam Geneseo Geneseo Potsdam Oswego Plattsburgh Brockport Cortland Geneseo Fredonia Potsdam Cortland Fredonia Potsdam Plattsburgh Brockport

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

George Roll Bob Emery Ed Seney Tim Vanini Bob Emery George Roll Bob Emery Ed Gosek Nick Carriere Brian Dickinson Aaron Saul Bob Emery Ed Gosek Chris Schultz

Oswego Plattsburgh Potsdam Cortland Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Oswego Buffalo State Brockport Potsdam Plattsburgh Oswego Geneseo

SUNYAC Player of the Year

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player Team Brian Bell Potsdam Brian Bell Potsdam Mike Snell Oswego Howie Vandermast Potsdam Mike Snell Oswego John Staerker Oswego Sean Fitzgerald Oswego Lou Germain Geneseo Glen Mazurowski Geneseo Dan Schaly Plattsburgh Lenny Pereira Plattsburgh Jim Pinti Fredonia Gary Masocco Fredonia Mark Kotary Oswego Steve Naughton Potsdam Tracey Belanger Plattsburgh Brian DeFeo Oswego Tracey Belanger Plattsburgh Jeff Paluseo Plattsburgh Will Hamele Fredonia Todd Nowicki Buffalo State Will Hamele Fredonia Chris Lee Potsdam Ryan McCarthy Potsdam Ryan Woodward Oswego Mitch Stephens Geneseo Ryan Ellis Oswego Bryan Hince Plattsburgh Eric Selleck Oswego Jordan Oye Fredonia

SUNYAC Rookie of the Year

Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Player Dave Piromalli Terry Reilly Paul Meuller Sean Provost Christian McGrath Dave Tench Paul Kwiatkowski

Team Plattsburgh Geneseo Oswego Potsdam Plattsburgh Geneseo Oswego

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

John Stringfellow Oswego Stan Gutt Potsdam Steve Moore Plattsburgh Mike Derks Brockport Eric Preston Fredonia Steve Moffat Plattsburgh Rob McNamara Buffalo St. Tracey Belanger Plattsburgh Eric Seidel Plattsburgh Bobby Garrison Brockport Aaron Coleman Geneseo Niklas Sundberg Plattsburgh Brendon Hodge Plattsburgh Mike Lukajic Oswego Andy Rozac Oswego Brett Walker Geneseo Chris Heeres Geneseo Jocelyn Dubord Oswego Myles Palliser Potsdam Ryan Scott Oswego Ryan Ellis Oswego Pier-Luc Belanger Plattsburgh Nick Petriello Buffalo State Eric Selleck Oswego Jon Whitelaw Oswego Zachary Vit Geneseo

SUNYAC Tournament MVP

Year 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Player Peter Maro Craig Barnett Joey Ferras Sean Fitzgerald Jim Powers Rob Moore Lenny Pereira Steve Moore Jeff Lupu Jeff Lupu Tony Matczynski Steve Moffat Eric Weidenbach Tracey Belanger Paul Dowe Derrick Shaw Jeff Marshall Mike Lukajic Chad Kemp Brett Walker Mitch Stephens Kevin Amborski Bryan Hince Riley Hill Kevin Huinink Josh Leis

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Team Geneseo Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Fredonia Fredonia Potsdam Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh Geneseo Geneseo Fredonia Plattsburgh Plattsburgh Oswego Plattsburgh


All-Time Team Awards Chester A. Grabowski Award

2010-11.................................. Dylan Clarke 2009-10......................................Eric Satim 2008-09...................................Joey Wilson 2007-08...................................... Nick Rolls 2006-07........................... Shane Remenda 2005-06..................................... Ben Kemp 2004-05...................................Dave Young 2003-04................................... Chad Kemp 2002-03..................................Jason Kilcan 2001-02.................................... Peter Ollari 2000-01................................ Bryan Murray 1999-00....................................... Joe Dolci 1998-99.................................. Tim Pelletier 1997-98................................. Mickey Gebo 1996-97............................... Mike D’Amelio 1995-96................................... Scott Haller 1994-95.................................... John Wells 1993-94.................................... John Wells 1992-93...................................Tim Sullivan 1991-92......................................Jim Duran 1990-91................................... Jim Powers 1989-90........Sean Haggerty, Jerry Dineen 1988-89............................. Martin Beliveau 1987-88..................................Jerry Dineen 1986-87......................................Rick Stahl 1985-86.................................. Matt Cichetti 1984-85.................................. Ned Bunyon 1983-84................................. Doug Smoke 1982-83..................................... John Swift 1981-82.................................Pierre Brunet 1980-81......................................Jim Griffin 1979-80................................ Bob Bateman 1978-79.............................Danny Gosselin 1977-78................................. Matt Wescott 1976-77..................................Chuck Luker 1975-76............................... Charlie Keefer

Most Valuable Player

2010-11.......................................Eric Satim 2009-10......................................Eric Satim 2008-09...................................Joey Wilson 2007-08...................................... Nick Rolls 2006-07...................................Ryan Busby 2005-06......................................Dave Friel 2004-05...................................... Paul Kelly 2003-04................................... Chad Kemp 2002-03.............................Brendon Hodge 2001-02..................................Jason Kilcan 2000-01............................Niklas Sundberg 1999-00.................................. Jeff Paluseo 1998-99............................Tracey Belanger 1997-98..................................Steve Moffat 1996-97..................................Steve Moffat 1995-96........................................ Jeff Azar

Eric Satim - 2011 Team Most Valuable Player

1994-95..................................Steve Moore 1993-94...............................Mike Mondello 1992-93................................Lenny Pereira 1991-92...........Jim Duran & Lenny Pereira 1990-91....................................Dan Schaly 1989-90........... Jamie Reidy & Jim Powers 1988-89.............................. Dave Doucette 1987-88................................... Joey Ferras 1986-87................................... Joey Ferras 1985-86...............................Dave Piromalli 1984-85...............................Dave Piromalli 1983-84...............................Pete DeArmas 1982-83.............................Chip Grabowski 1981-82.............................Gaetan D’Anjou 1980-81....................................Rick Strack 1979-80................................. Doug Kimura 1978-79................................ Danny Brown 1977-78................................. Doug Kimura 1976-77................................Danny Meade 1975-76................................. Matt Wescott

Most Improved Player

2010-11............................... Barry Roytman 2009-10................................. Matt Bessing 2008-09................................... Ryan Burke 2007-08................................... Ryan Burke 2006-07...................................Joey Wilson 2005-06................................ Mike Baccaro 2004-05...................................Bryan North 2003-04................................Bryant Wilson 2002-03............................Jayson Barnhart 2001-02................................... Chad Kemp 2000-01..................................Jason Kilcan 1999-00............................. Brian Toussaint 1998-99.................................Derrick Shaw 1997-98.................................. Jeff Paluseo 1996-97............................... Chris Sannutti 1995-96...............................Jacob Busniuk 1994-95............................... Mike D’Amelio 1993-94........................................ Jeff Azar 1992-93..................................Steve Moore 1991-92.................................... John Wells 1990-91................................. Steve LeMay 1989-90.............................. Colin Hahnfeld 1988-89.............................. Sean Haggerty 1987-88.................................... Tim Collins 1986-87.................................Craig Barnett 1985-86.................................. Matt Cichetti 1984-85................................. Steve Bester 1983-84..................................Bob Mathieu 1982-83...................................... John Rice 1981-82..................................... Lou Martin 1980-81.................................. Keith Wright 1979-80......................Francois Bellefeuille 1978-79................................ Bruce Bullard

Dylan Clarke - 2011 Chester A. Grabowski Award

Nick Jensen - 2011 Mike Daoust Rookie of the Year

1977-78.................................. Tod Wescott 1976-77..................................... Ken Noble 1975-76.............................. Harry Keeshan

Scholar-Athlete Award

2010-11.....................................Ryan Corry 2009-10.................................... Dan Sliasis 2008-09...................................Eric Greene 2007-08...................................Joey Wilson 2006-07................................... Tom Breslin 2005-06................................ Craig Neilson 1996-97..........................Armand Latulippe 1995-96......................................Pat O’Neil 1994-95................... Stephan Bourbonnais 1993-94...................................Scott Simon 1992-93...................................Ray Deblois (Started in 1992-93 season)

Mike Daoust Rookie of the Year

2010-11................................... Nick Jensen 2009-10............................... Jared Docking 2008-09.................................Kyle Kudroch 2007-08................................. Dylan Clarke 2006-07......................... Pier-Luc Belanger 2005-06.................................. Kevin Galan 2004-05....................................T.J. Cooper 2003-04...................................Ryan Busby 2002-03......................................Dave Friel 2001-02..................................... Doug Carr 2000-01.....................................Rob Retter 1999-00.............................Brendon Hodge 1998-99............................Niklas Sundberg 1997-98...........................Eric Weidenbach 1996-97.....................................Eric Seidel 1995-96 ...........................Tracey Belanger 1994-95 ..................................Steve Moffat 1993-94.................................... Mike Bzdel 1992-93...................................Nick Forbes 1991-92................................. Steve Moore 1990-91............................... Lenny Pereira 1989-90......................................Les Sirota 1988-89............................. Martin Beliveau 1987-88.........................Christian McGrath 1986-87..............................Dave Doucette 1985-86.................................. Chris Panek 1984-85...................................Joey Ferras 1983-84...............................Dave Piromalli 1982-83...............................Steve Plaskon 1981-82.............................. Pete DeArmas 1980-81.................................Michel Talbot 1979-80.................................Pierre Brunet 1978-79......................... Francois Lecomte 1977-78.................................Doug Kimura 1976-77................................Rick Goodwin

Barry Roytman- 2011 Team Most Improved Player

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Ryan Corry - 2011 Team Scholar-Athlete Award


Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena

Top-10 Single-Game Attendance Figures Rank

Att.

Date

1

4,000

3/21/87

W, 8-3 Div. III Championship

2

3,972

3/14/81

L, 5-4

Div. II Championship

3

3,853

1/27/95

W, 8-3

SUNYAC Game

4

3,801

1/26/96

W, 3-2

SUNYAC Game

5

3,700

3/20/87

W, 7-4 Div. III Championship

6

3,694

2/5/94

W, 5-2

SUNYAC Game

7

3,658

2/8/97

W, 4-3

SUNYAC Game

8

3,600

3/20/92

W, 8-5

Div. III Semifinals

9

3,600

3/21/92

W, 7-3

Div. III Champinship

10

3,536

11/7/98

W, 4-0

SUNYAC Game

Score

Event

Better known as “Cardinal Country,” the Stafford Ice Arena is part of the Field House complex on the campus of Plattsburgh State. The facility underwent a $2.1 million construction project over the summer to install 1,517 theatre-style seats, move the penalty box and scorer’s table opposite the team benches, improve spectators’ navigation throughout the building and add hardwired and wireless Internet connections. The Cardinals historically draw near 2,000 fans per game, more than many NCAA Division I teams. Before the Arena’s renovation, a record 4,000 were in attendance for a game against Oswego in 1987, and 3,800 witnessed the Cardinals winning the 1992 NCAA Division III National Championship over Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 7-3. Plattsburgh has led the nation in Division III total home attendance in seven of the last 11 seasons. The ice surface is 185x85

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feet, surrounded by professional-height, seamless, pro-tempered glass and new boards. The Arena boasts a state-of-the-art sound system, four-panel LED scoreboard and an elevated press box for television, radio and newspaper coverage. Within the Fieldhouse complex, a luxurious locker room and fully-equipped athletic training facility are easily accessible from the ice. The arena was officially named the Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena in 1987 in honor of New York Senator Ronald. B. Stafford, who retired in 2002 after more than 30 years of public service and support of the College and the North Country. International exhibition matches against teams from Russia and Sweden have been played in front of sellout crowds at the arena. One of the nation’s finest facilities for NCAA Division III hockey, the Arena has been the site of six NCAA Championship Tournaments — three men’s and three women’s.


Cardinals’ Team Room

The men’s hockey locker room is spacious and luxurious, featuring wood-paneled lockers for each player, a stick rack, three big-screen televisions, satellite dish, DVD player for viewing game film and a state-of-the-art sound system.

The locker room is fully carpeted and features skate sharpening area, private showers, and a changing room which includes individual lockers for each player for street clothes.

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Athletic Training Room Dr. Merritt Spear Sports Medicine Coordinator

Dr. Merritt Spear is the coordinator of sports medicine for the Plattsburgh intercollegiate athletics program. His responsibilities include evaluation and monitoring of student-athletes’ health throughout the duration of their season, consulting with the head athletic trainer on prognosis and treatment of injuries. Dr. Spear is the former director of health services at Plattsburgh State and had a private practice in the city before coming to the College. He was inducted into the College’s Sports Hall of Fame in 1995 for his service to the athletics department. Dr. Spear is a graduate of the University of Vermont and Albany Medical School. Medical professionals assisting the sports medicine team are Sports Medicine Coordinator Dr. Merritt Spear, Team Dentist Dr. Ann Spear, and Team Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Phil Volk. Several other local medical staffers also lend their time at games.

Jason Pachter Head Athletic Trainer

Jason Pachter began his duties as head athletic trainer at Plattsburgh State in August 2001. In addition, Pachter teaches classes in the Department of Sport and Wellness. He supervises a professional staff of two certified assistant trainers and four student assistants. He’s also a strength and conditioning coach. Prior to Plattsburgh State, Pachter worked as associate head athletic trainer at Franklin College for one year, graduate assistant trainer at Western Michigan University and head student trainer for the 1999 United States Tennis Association boys’ 16-18 national tournament. Pachter is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He earned a master of arts degree in physical education from Western Michigan in 2000, and a bachelor of arts degree in athletic training from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 1998.

Athletic Training Facilities

Plattsburgh State offers two state-of-theart athletic training facilities dedicated to the well-being of student-athletes, who are given the best possible care and prevention for their injuries. The sports medicine staff utilizes a wide array of physical therapy equipment, including low-level laser therapy, electric stimulation, ultrasound and manual therapy techniques. The Fieldhouse facility, located on the bottom floor of the Stafford Ice Arena, is utilized by intercollegiate programs from soccer, hockey, track and field, baseball, softball, lacrosse and tennis. The other facility is housed on the second floor of Memorial Hall, one floor above the Cardinal Fitness center. Treatments and injury evaluations that need to be done in the morning take place in the Memorial Hall facility. It is used by the volleyball, cross country and basketball teams. Student-athletes at Plattsburgh State receive the finest medical care available for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of orthopedic and non-athletic related injuries. Our dedicated staff of team physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses and athletic trainers serves as the medical corps for the Sports Medicine department.

The sports medicine staff at Plattsburgh State is comprised of three full-time NATA-certified athletic trainers plus numerous team doctors, who are responsible for the preventative care and injury treatment of student-athletes.

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Fitness Center

Strength and conditioning are important aspects of the Plattsburgh State men’s ice hockey program. The team trains at the College’s modern fitness center, where they utilize start-of–the-art equipment. Jay Pachter, the team’s athletic trainer for injury prevention and rehabilitation couples as the team’s strength and conditioning coach. The team’s strength and conditioning regimen incorporates foot quickness and agility drills as well as dynamic Olympic weight lifting exercises and numerous techniques using the “swiss” ball. The Plattsburgh State Fitness Center is located on the bottom floor of Memorial Hall. The air-conditioned facility consists of a 5,000 square feet area with equipment for cardiovascular, resistive weight training and free weights. Other services include personal training and rehabilitation. It is equipped with Club FM and SONY television sets that you can listen through your Walkman.

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Field House Tennis Courts

The Plattsburgh State Cardinals women’s tennis team uses six courts located on the west side of the Field House. The facility’s courts were recently resurfaced and had windscreens installed. The facility is also used for recreational use.

Cardinal Softball Park

Plattsburgh State’s 500-seat facility features dugouts, a two-story pressbox, batting cage, long toss area and bullpens. Opened in 1999 for the first year of the program, it has hosted two SUNYAC tournaments, a NCAA Regional Championship and numerous high school playoff games. It is located on the west end of the Field House grounds, off Rugar Street.

Cardinal Soccer/Lacrosse Complex

Located in front of the Plattsburgh State Field House, this 500-seat, lighted facility is home to the soccer and men’s lacrosse teams. A new playing surface was installed before the 2004 season, as the synthetic material of sand and rubber mixture--topped with plastic blades of grass--can dissipate 3 inches of rain per hour and provides consistent playability, superior durability and traction. The field has hosted numerous NCAA and conference tournament games.

Chip Cummings Field

This facility has been home to the Plattsburgh State baseball team since 2003. “The Chipper” seats 511 and the field dimensions are 350 feet down the lines, 402’ to center field and 385’ in the power alleys. In Oct. 2006, permanent bleacher seating was added and a 15-seat pressbox with filmdeck was constructed. The baseball field is located behind the Field House by following a dirt road near Cardinal Softball Park.

Memorial Hall

Built in 1961, this 1,000-seat facility is home to the Cardinal volleyball and basketball teams, intramurals and administrative/coaches offices. It also has a state-ofthe art Fitness Center, swimming pool, locker rooms and classrooms. The men’s basketball program thrilled home fans with three straight SUNYAC championships and NCAA tournament appearances from 2006-08, including serving as the host team for the 2008 NCAA Sectional Championship with the winner advancing to the Final Four.

Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena

This 1,924-seat facility houses the four-time NCAA champion men’s and women’s hockey teams. The Arena, with a 185x85 ice sheet, is part of the Plattsburgh State Field House, opening in 1972. The Arena experienced a $2.1 million renovation during Summer 2008 to improve spectator navigation; install seamless, pro-tempered glass and new dasher boards; and construct an expanded pressbox with Internet connections.

Rugar Woods

The Plattsburgh State men’s and women’s cross country teams’ home course winds between the Field House and Saranac River. Local residents can also enjoy traversing 10 miles of trails by biking, running or walking. Soft-surface running is prevalent, helping to prevent running injuries during 5-, 6- and 8-kilometer races hosted on campus. The 2005 SUNYAC Cross Country Championships were hosted here.



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