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TIGER HOCKEY

2016-17

COLORADO COLLEGE MEN’S HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

COLORADO COLLEGE MEN’S ICE HOCKEY • MEET THE TIGERS Head Coach: Mike Haviland (Elmira College ’90) Assistant Coach: Gene Reilly (Elmira College ’86) • Assistant Coach: R.J. Enga (Colorado College, ’95) Director of Hockey Operations / Video Coordinator: Ben Bransfield (UMass-Lowell, ’14) Volunteer / Goalie Coach: Matt Zaba (Colorado College ’07)

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Alex Leclerc Freshman ~ Forward Longueuil, Quebec Undeclared

Trevor Gooch Sophomore ~ Forward Mantua, New Jersey Undeclared

Kristian Blumenschein Freshman ~ Defenseman Kelowna, B.C. Undeclared

Duggie Lagrone Sophomore ~ Defenseman Plano, Texas Undeclared

Cole McCaskill Sophomore ~ Defenseman Kamloops, B.C. Undeclared

Nate Kwiecinski Sophomore ~ Defenseman Livonia, Mich. Undeclared

David Radke Sophomore ~ Defenseman Orinda, CA Undeclared

Luc Gerdes Junior ~ Forward Eden Prairie, Minn. Economics

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Sam Rothstein Senior ~ Forward Minnetonka, Minn. Economics

Tanner Ockey Sophomore ~ Forward Calgary, Alberta Undeclared

Christian Heil Senior ~ Forward Westminster, Colo. Economics

Bryce Van Horn Freshman ~ Forward Kimball, Mich. Undeclared

Nick Halloran Sophomore ~ Forward Draper, Utah Undeclared

Trey Bradley Sophomore ~ Forward Tampa, Fla. Undeclared

Mason Bergh Sophomore ~ Forward Eden Prairie, Minn. Undeclared

Teemu Kivihalme Junior ~ Defenseman Savage, Minn. History

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Westin Michaud Sophomore ~ Forward Cloquet, Minn. Undeclared

Branden Makara Freshman ~ Forward Gloucester, Ontario Undeclared

James Martello Sophomore ~ Forward Rumson, New Jersey Undeclared

Alex Pernitsky Freshman ~ Defenseman Unity, Saskatchewan Undeclared

Zach Aman Senior ~ Forward Johnstown, Pa. Molecular Biology

Cole Josefchak Freshman ~ Defenseman Calgary, Alberta Undeclared

Matt Hansen Senior ~ Forward St. Cloud, Minn. Economics

Kade Kehoe Freshman ~ Forward Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Undeclared

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Alex Berardinelli Freshman ~ Forward Pittsburgh, Pa. Undeclared

Max St. Pierre Freshman ~ Forward Orleans, Ontario Undeclared

Ben Israel Sophomore ~ Defenseman Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Undeclared

Alex Roos Senior ~ Forward Prairie Grove, Ill. Economics

Gregg Burmaster Sophomore ~ Forward Clinton, New York Undeclared

Derek Shatzer Senior ~ Goalie Highlands Ranch, Colo. Economics

Jacob Nehama Sophomore ~ Goalie Allen, Texas Undeclared

Andrew Farny Sophomore ~ Defenseman Steamboat Springs, Colo. Undeclared

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s INTRODUCTION

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ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

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2016-17 Hockey Schedule....................................................................2

All-Time CC Coaches’ Records .....................................................75-76

President Jill Tiefenthaler ....................................................................3

Century Club ................................................................................77-78

About Colorado College ...................................................................4-6

Year-by-Year Scoring Leaders .............................................................79

Colorado Springs & The Pikes Peak Region ........................................7

All-Time Goals & Assists Leaders.......................................................80

The Broadmoor World Arena ...........................................................8-9

Team Records ................................................................................81-82

Head Coach Mike Haviland ..............................................................10

Individual Records .............................................................................83

Assistant Coaches & Team Staff ...................................................11-13

Goaltending Records .........................................................................84

Athletics Administrative Staff.......................................................14-16

Team Awards.................................................................................85-86

Athletics Communications Staff .......................................................17

Past All-Conference Selections ..........................................................87 Academic All-Conference Selections .................................................88

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Tigers in the NCAA Playoffs ..............................................................21

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CC All-Americans ..............................................................................23

All-Time Alumni ...........................................................................89-95

Tigers in the Olympics and World Championships ...................24-25

Year-by-Year Results ....................................................................96-113

CC Hockey Timeline.....................................................................26-27

2016-17 Radio Broadcasts................................................................114

All-Time NHL Draft Picks from Colorado College.......................28-29

2016-17 Television Schedule ...........................................................114

The Hobey Baker Memorial Award ..............................................30-31

Guidelines for the Press ...................................................................115 Media Covering Tiger Hockey .........................................................116

MEET THE TIGERS

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Tiger Hockey & The NHL .........................................................117-118

Numerical Roster ...............................................................................32 Pronunciation Guide .........................................................................32 Team Captain Sam Rothstein ............................................................33 Seniors...........................................................................................34-39 Juniors...........................................................................................40-41 Sophomores ..................................................................................42-54 Freshmen ......................................................................................55-59 2016-17 Opponents ...........................................................................60 All-Time Results vs. ’16-’17 Opponents .......................................61-66 The National Collegiate Hockey Conference...............................67-68

A LOOK BACK AT 2015-16

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NCHC Standings, Playoff Results & Awards .....................................69 All-NCHC Selections..........................................................................70 CC Results & Statistics..................................................................71-74

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PRODUCTION CREDITS EDITOR: Jerry Cross I DESIGN & LAYOUT: Tom Myers, Myers Design Group The 2016-17 Colorado College Hockey Media Guide is a production of Myers Design Group and the Athletics Communications Staff at CC. CURRENT PLAYER ACTION & HEAD SHOTS: Casey Gibson and Brad Armstrong I VIDEO LINKS: Courtesy of YouTube A special thanks to Dave Moross, Kinda Asher, Meggan Grant, Tom Switzer and Frank Wilson for their research assistance over the years

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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

2016-17 SCHEDULE Home games in BOLD CAPS Game times are local to site and subject to change

SUN. OCT. 2 MOUNT ROYAL UNIV. (EXH.) 6:07 PM Fri.-Sat., Oct. 7-8 UMass Amherst, MA 7:00 pm FRI. SAT., OCT. 14-15 UMASS-LOWELL 7:37 PM/7:07 PM Fri., Oct. 21 Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA 7:00 pm Sat., Oct. 22 New Hampshire Durham, NH 7:00 pm Fri., Nov. 4 Nebraska-Omaha* Omaha, NE 7:07 pm Sat., Nov. 5 Nebraska-Omaha* Omaha, NE 7:07 pm FRI., NOV. 11 ST. CLOUD STATE* (ASN) 7:37 PM SAT., NOV. 12 ST. CLOUD STATE* 7:07 PM FRI., NOV. 25 WISCONSIN 7:37 PM SAT., NOV. 26 AIR FORCE ACADEMY 6:07 PM FRI., DEC. 2 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER* 7:37 PM Sat. Dec. 3 University of Denver* Denver, CO 7:00 pm Fri. Dec. 9 Miami University* Oxford, OH 7:35 pm Sat. Dec. 10 Miami University* Oxford, OH 7:05 pm FLORIDA COLLEGE HOCKEY CLASSIC Wed., Dec. 28 Merrimack Estero, FL 7:30 pm Thurs., Dec. 29 Cornell/No Michigan Estero, FL 4/7:30 pm Fri., Jan. 6 Minnesota-Duluth* (CBSSN) Duluth, MN 7:37 pm Sat., Jan. 7 Minnesota-Duluth* Duluth, MN 7:07 pm FRI., JAN. 13 NEBRASKA-OMAHA* (ASN) 7:07 PM SAT., JAN. 14 NEBRASKA-OMAHA* 6:07 PM Fri., Jan. 20 Western Michigan* Kalamazoo, MI 7:00 pm Sat., Jan. 21 Western Michigan* Kalamazoo, MI 7:00 pm FRI., JAN. 27 NORTH DAKOTA* 7:37 PM SAT., JAN. 28 NORTH DAKOTA* (ASN) 6:07 PM Fri., Feb. 10 University of Denver* Denver, CO TBA SAT., FEB. 11 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER* 6:07 PM FRI., FEB. 17 MINNESOTA-DULUTH* (CBSSN) 7:37 PM SAT., FEB. 18 MINNESOTA-DULUTH* 7:07 PM FRI., FEB. 24 WESTERN MICHIGAN* (CET) 7:37 PM SAT., FEB. 25 WESTERN MICHIGAN* 6:07 PM Fri., Mar. 3 St. Cloud State* St. Cloud, MN 7:37 pm Sat., Mar. 4 St. Cloud State* St. Cloud, MN 7:07 pm Fri.-Sun., Mar. 10-12 NCHC First Round TBA TBA Fri.-Sat., Mar. 17-18 NCHC Frozen Faceoff Minneapolis, MN TBA *NCHC Opponent

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

ABOUT COLORADO COLLEGE

President Jill Tiefenthaler Jill Tiefenthaler became Colorado College’s 13th president on July 1, 2011. During her first two years, President Tiefenthaler began the extensive process that led to the strategic plan titled “The Colorado College Plan: Building on the Block.” Over the course of her first 12 months, which she referred to as “The Year of Listening,” she met with students, faculty, staff, and community members, and heard from hundreds of alumni and parents nationwide about their aspirations for the college. In year two, President Tiefenthaler worked with the campus and Board of Trustees to finalize a strategic plan that focuses primarily on providing additional support to realize the potential of the college’s pioneering Block Plan, and to enhance the college’s distinctive place of learning here in the southwest, supporting an engaged and globally connected academic community as well as to embody our regional and historical identity. In the years since the strategic plan was developed, President Tiefenthaler has overseen the implementation of its many initiatives. Tiefenthaler worked with the college’s community to launch programming for a new center for immersive learning and engaged teaching; to envision an innovation space that will support students as they put the liberal arts into action; to design a new library that will serve as the campus’ academic hub; and to revamp Half Block and summer programs focused on helping students develop valuable skills and professional experiences prior to graduation. Additionally, she has moved to diversify the increasingly selective student body, faculty, and staff; to bring distinguished scholars, artists and innovators as visitors to campus; and to develop a Campus Master Plan. President Tiefenthaler's fundraising for these initiatives has led to historic accomplishments. The five years under her leadership have been the most successful fundraising stretch in CC's history, including $54.9M in new gifts and pledges to the endowment and record years in total and annual giving.

Colorado College Past Presidents

Tiefenthaler is a leading scholar in the field of the economics of higher education, and is also regularly called on to speak about the value of the liberal arts. Her essay on the economic challenges for liberal arts colleges appears in “Remaking College: Innovation and the Liberal Arts” (Johns Hopkins University Press, October 2013), and she has offered her expertise on this issue in numerous presentations across the country. Tiefenthaler's talks on the importance of the liberal arts includes her speech, "Innovation and Collaboration: A Liberal Arts Education as a Catalyst for New Ideas," which she has delivered to several universities throughout China. As professor of economics at the college, she regularly teaches a class in the department of economics.

James Dougherty (1875-1876)

William Gill (1949-1955)

Edward P. Tenney (1876-1884)

Louis T. Benezet (1955-1963)

William F. Slocum (1888-1917)

Lloyd E. Worner (1963-1981)

Clyde A. Duniway (1917-1924)

Gresham Riley (1981-1992)

Charles C. Mierow (1925-1934)

Kathryn Mohrman (1993-2002)

Thurston J. Davies (1934-1948)

Richard F. Celeste (2002-2011)

“By finding new ways to capitalize on our strengths, particularly the Block Plan and our unique place, we will attract top students from around the world who are looking for a one-of-a-kind academic experience. Once they are here, we will help them become lifelong learners, imaginative individuals and inspired leaders of diverse communities in a rapidly changing world.”

After receiving her Ph.D. in economics from Duke University, she joined the faculty of Colgate University in 1991, also serving as department chair, associate dean of the faculty, and senior adviser to the president. Before becoming president of Colorado College, she served as provost and professor of economics at Wake Forest University, where she led the implementation of the university’s strategic plan and key initiatives, including diversity in admission, establishing new models for enhanced interdisciplinary research and collaboration, and integrating the university’s undergraduate and graduate business schools.

— Jill Tiefenthaler

President Tiefenthaler is originally from Iowa, where she grew up on a farm and worked for her family’s popcorn business before attending Saint Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana. She is married to Kevin Rask, a research professor in economics at Colorado College. They have two teenaged children, Olivia and Owen. 3


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ABOUT COLORADO COLLEGE

Where the cityscape of downtown Colorado Springs meets the

The result? You can study the film

Rocky Mountains sits Colorado College, a small, private liberal arts

industry on location in Hollywood,

college with an approach to education as adventurous as its loca-

find Jupiter during evening labs in

tion.

Barnes observatory, or traverse the natural wonders of the Southwest as a

Nestled on 90 acres just north of downtown Colorado Springs near

field archaeologist. Classes are small,

the base of the 14,115-foot Pikes Peak, CC is within three hours of

hands-on and highly focused, and

10 ski resorts and less than a day’s drive from seven national parks.

never in a jam-packed lecture hall.

It’s the only college of its kind in the Rocky Mountain region and

A full spectrum of the performing arts, special interest clubs and

one of only a handful of its type located in a metropolitan area.

organizations, student publications and intramural and intercolle-

Adopted in 1970, Colorado College’s “Block Plan” is a uniquely

giate athletics complements 40 majors and 34 minors in rounding

intensive academic schedule that allows students to plunge into a

out the rigorous academic program at CC. The college encourages

different subject every three and a half weeks rather than juggling

freedom of expression through an independent student press, as well

several throughout a semester. Students take one course at a time

as student and faculty forums on current issues and programs repre-

and professors teach one, with each block covering the same

senting widely ranging viewpoints, often presented by distinguished

amount of material as a semester system. There are four blocks per

visitors.

semester, eight per year, plus two optional half blocks.

More About the Block Plan The hands-on spirit of the Block Plan encourages interaction between students and their surroundings. Field zoology students peer through binoculars for elk in Rocky Mountain National Park. Sociology classes walk downtown to the courthouse for social justice observation. With an enrollment of barely 2,000 and a nine-to-one ratio with faculty, our students get to know accomplished instructors who teach first and foremost – all in seminar-style classes. They may choose to work on a student/faculty collaborative research project or create their

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ABOUT COLORADO COLLEGE own independent study, while learning to venture their own opinions and begin the process of shaping their own direction and destiny. The student body typically is composed of men and women from all 50 states and more than two dozen foreign countries. A large majority hails from states other than Colorado. A significant percentage is either American ethnic minority or international students, and most live on campus. All but a very small percentage participate in community service, play intramural sports or study abroad at some point during their collegiate career.

Speaking of Athletics Colorado College has a long and proud tradition of intercollegiate athletics and today offers competition in eight varsity sports for men and nine for women. That includes NCAA Division I soccer for women in addition to ice hockey for men. Otherwise, the Tigers compete at the Division III level.

Among the many dazzling features at the renovated El Pomar Sports Center is the Ingersoll Shooting Room, where CC players can tune their skills away from the rink.

While the hockey team plays and practices at The Broadmoor World Arena, located six miles from campus, all other intercollegiate, intramural

The El Pomar Sports Center, whose $27 million renovation and

and recreational athletics programs are centered in an easily accessible

expansion project was completed in 2013, houses the Department of

area consisting of the spectacular El Pomar Sports Center, Washburn and

Athletics offices as well as Reid Arena, home court for the CC basket-

Stewart Fields, Burghart Tennis Courts and Honnen Ice Rink.

ball and volleyball teams, and Schlessman Natatorium. Other state-of-the art facilities within the building, now available to all Colorado College students, faculty, college administrators and their immediate families, include the Adam F. Press Fitness Center; a cardio conditioning room and strength area; separate space for varsity training; a yoga studio; squash courts; two auxiliary gyms; expanded

The Kellogg Climbing Wall (right) also underwent major renovations. Now part of the Adam F. Press Fitness Center (below), it is open to the entire campus community.

physical therapy space; indoor and outdoor lounge spaces for socializing and separate locker rooms for students, faculty and staff. Washburn Field serves as the home stadium for men’s lacrosse and the track and field teams, as well as an occasional venue for the men’s and women’s intercollegiate soccer squads. A six-lane, quartermile, latex track borders the perimeter, lights accommodate night activities and bleacher seating allows for 2,500 spectators. Stewart Field, adjacent to Washburn, provides the primary home to the soccer teams as well as women’s lacrosse. Participation in athletics is integral to a well-balanced liberal arts education. To that end Colorado College is committed to supporting a vibrant athletics program consisting of varsity, club, and intramural sports in which the pursuit of excellence in a safe, supportive, ethical and sportsmanlike manner is an important component of competition. Athletic success and academic success are not mutually exclusive; rather the two, when balanced properly, augment each other. In addition, the Department of Athletics supports opportunities in casual recreation and fitness, and partners with the Outdoor Education Program to provide a foundation for faculty, staff, and students to pursue health, wellness, and positive social interaction through physical activity. 5


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ABOUT COLORADO COLLEGE

Other features of El Pomar Sports Center’s recent facelift include a sun-lit Great Hall (right) just inside the main entry, as well as private classrooms (below) where CC’s athletics staff and varsity teams can hold uninterrupted meetings.

Patrons of the new Adam F. Press Fitness Center enjoy state-of-the-art conditioning equipment along with a spectacular view of the mountains west of campus.

Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders A number of Colorado College alumni have been tapped by President Obama for positions in his administration. They include: • Former Colorado Senator Ken Salazar ’77, secretary of the interior through March 2013 • Jane Lubchenco ’69, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration • Lori Garver ’83, deputy administrator of NASA • Marcia McNutt ’74, former director of the U.S. Geological Survey • Harris Sherman ’64, former agriculture undersecretary for natural resources and environment These individuals are among the long list of notable CC alums that also includes William J. Hybl ’64, past president of the U.S. Olympic Committee, member of the International Olympic Committee, and nominated delegate to the United Nations General Assembly; Lynne Cheney ’63, news commentator and wife of former Vice President Dick Cheney; Tara Nott Cunningham ’94, the United States’ first Olympic gold medalist in women’s weightlifting (2000 Games); Olympic gold medalist Peggy Fleming ’70; Olympic cyclist and World Mountain Bike Champion Alison Dunlap ’91; William “Bro” Adams ’69, Colby College’s 19th president and former president of Bucknell University; Neal Baer ’78, an executive producer/writer for “ER” and “Law & Order SVU”; Jay Engeln ’74, 2000 National High School Principal of the Year and formerly CC’s director of alumni & parent relations; U.S. Congresswoman Diana DeGette ’79; Glenna Goodacre ’61, a sculptor who designed the image of Sacagawea on the golden U.S. dollar coin and Peter Neupert ’78, Microsoft executive and founder of Drugstore.com. Cutler Hall, built circa 1878, is the oldest building on the Colorado College campus.

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THE PIKES PEAK REGION

Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region When our city’s founder, Civil War General William Jackson Palmer,

ACCOMMODATIONS

first gazed upon Pikes Peak and the region at its base, he knew that he wanted to call Colorado Springs home. He believed Colorado Springs and the surrounding area was a place worthy of development and also of preservation. Since that time, the city has been a bright shining star throughout all of Colorado. Indeed, President Teddy Roosevelt once said it bankrupts the English language to describe the Colorado Springs area, as it is a place of such exceptional beauty, opportunity and recreation. Every year, nearly six million people visit this area for a variety of reasons. Families come here for vacations that are fun and affordable.

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(719) 599-9100 (719) 533-1903 (719) 884-0330 (719) 265-9385 (719) 667-0962 (719) 329-7448 (719) 302-9872 (719) 260-1800 (719) 756-0101

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Business people from all over the country attend meetings and conventions and often stay a little longer to enjoy the breathtaking scenery.

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Group tours head our way to experience the many attractions and

The Blue Star Buffalo Wild Wings Carl’s Jr. Carrabba’s Italian Grill Culver’s Flatiron’s Hatchcover Jimmy John’s Macaroni Grill Panino’s Downtown Phantom Canyon Pizza Hut Rudy’s BBQ Sonterra Subway Taco Bell Tucanos

1645 S. Tejon St. 7425 N. Academy 306 N. Nevada/1414 Harrison Rd. 2815 Geyser Dr. 1140 Lake Plaza Dr. 2540 Tenderfoot Hill St. 252 E. Cheyenne Mountain Blvd. 10 S. Tejon St. 2510 Tenderfoot Hill St. 604 N. Tejon St. 2 E. Pikes Peak Ave. 840 E. Fillmore St./2840 S. Academy 315 S. 31st St. 28B S. Tejon St. 131 N. Tejon St. 405 E. Platte/325 E. Fillmore St. 3294 Cinema Point

historical sites. Ski enthusiasts have only a short drive from Colorado Springs to the surrounding ski resorts. Golf can be enjoyed almost yearround on the 12 public courses available throughout the city. Even Colorado residents choose Colorado Springs as a place to visit on weekends. For decades, military personnel assigned to duty here have decided to return and make Colorado Springs their permanent residence. And, thousands more have moved mountains to live at the foot of our mountain, Pikes Peak. Our area is well known for its spectacular natural beauty and outdoor scenery. From the 14,115-foot summit of Pikes Peak to the incredible sandstone rock formations of the Garden of the Gods, our spacious landscape serves as a stage for many outdoor recreation opportuni-

PHONE (719) 632-1086 (719) 594-9481 (719) 632-4945/579-8682 (719) 527-1126 (719) 540-9833 (719) 576-2540 (719) 576-5223 (719) 227-7827 (719) 540-9833 (719) 635-7452 (719) 635-2800 (719) 634-1400/392-0550 (719) 471-4120 (719) 471-9222 (719) 630-3232 (719) 471-2743/471-3357 (719) 597-3800

ties, including mountain biking, trail hiking, horseback riding, rafting, fishing and picnicking, or just napping on a sun-drenched

Our region’s rich historical, cultural and architectural points of

rock amid a backdrop of pine trees, wildflowers and trickling streams.

interest attract many visitors every year. We honor our city’s

Our climate – mild, sunny and dry most of the year – gives visitors a

founders by preserving and maintaining the structures that make up

large window of opportunity when planning a vacation.

our community, including beautiful Victorian homes, churches and businesses that were built decades ago, and historical districts in downtown Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City. Just an hour’s drive away are historic Cripple Creek and Victor, mining ghost towns brought back to life by limited-stakes gambling. A wide range of cultural programs are available to our residents and guests, including sculpture and painting exhibits, plays, operas, symphony concerts, film festivals and dance recitals. Our local government works to develop the region while preserving those parts of our city that remind us of our earliest beginnings and the spirit in which this community was founded. General Palmer and the early residents most assuredly knew they were polishing a diamond in the rough. — Paraphrased courtesy of the Convention & Visitors Bureau

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T H E B R OA D M O O R W O R L D A R E N A

Tw o - t i m e Ve n u e f o r t h e N C A A W e s t R e g i o n a l

More than 18 years after opening its doors as the CC hockey program’s new home in January of 1998, the recently renamed Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs remains one of the Colorado College boasted a .644 winning percentage (250-130-24) in 404 all-time games at the World Arena entering the 2016-17 season.

finest college hockey facilities anywhere. It has been on national display as site of the 2004 and 2008 NCAA West Regionals, and

2015-16 NCAA MEN’S ICE HOCKEY HOME ATTENDANCE LEADERS

played host to the annual Ice Breaker Invitational in 2005. The Tigers, meanwhile, have compiled a .648 winning percentage (250-130-24) there entering the 2016-17 season, and aim to continue taking full

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advantage of their state-of-the-art surroundings for years to come. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Everything about the facility is first class, and the Colorado College program is a major benefactor of the amenities. Part of a $58.8 million complex located in the southern end of the city’s business district off Interstate 25, the main arena features an Olympic-size sheet of ice (100 by 200 feet) and now seats 7,380 spectators for hockey. The complex also includes an ice hall with two additional sheets of ice that have been in operation since summer of 1995, giving the Tigers an option of practicing on a smaller NHL-size rink in preparation for any upcoming opponent. Tiger Hockey is one of the top attended winter collegiate events in the entire state of Colorado, outdrawing Air Force basketball and hockey, University of Denver hockey and Colorado State University basketball 8

North Dakota Minnesota Wisconsin Nebraska-Omaha Minnesota-Duluth Colorado College Penn State Massachusetts-Lowell Michigan Michigan State Ohio State Connecticut Denver Boston College New Hampshire

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T H E B R OA D M O O R W O R L D A R E N A equipped, multi-use World Arena serves as host for a wide variety of other indoor sporting and public events. As the facility’s anchor tenant, however, CC has established a presence there rivaled by none. Certainly, when one sees or thinks of The Broadmoor World Arena, the Tigers also are likely to come to mind.

Exceeding 2.5 Million In 404 home dates since opening The Broadmoor World Arena midway through the 1997-98 season, the Tigers have attracted more than 2.5 million spectators, with an average attendance of 6,594 per outing. Ranked fourth nationally their first full season (1998-99) when they drew more than 160,000 fans, they have sustained the momentum while finishing no lower than ninth in total attendance the last 16 campaigns. In 2013-14, the average attendance for 18 NCAA home games was 87 percent of capacity. The record for a single contest was set in March 2005, when 7,881 packed the stands for a late-season showdown with the University of Denver. From a fan’s perspective, The Broadmoor World Arena earns high

CC ALL-TIME AT THE WORLD ARENA

marks as every seat features an unobstructed view. The rise per row of the stands helps everyone feel right on top of the action, with concessions and restrooms conveniently nearby, whether you’re in the lower or upper level. Of course, accommodations for the media are top-notch. Hanging from the ceiling above the ice are large banners commemorating Colorado College’s championships and NCAA tournament appearances. The outer concourse is adorned with beautiful tiles as well as murals and additional memorabilia honoring CC’s rich hockey history. Sellouts are common, and the large crowds have plenty to experience in addition to the action on the ice. Under the stands, the Tigers enjoy their own custom facilities including an oversized locker room that leads directly to the ice and home team’s bench. Adjacent to the locker room at opposite ends are spacious areas for the medical staff and equipment storage and maintenance. Just across the hall, head coach Mike Haviland and his assistants occupy private offices with a door leading directly to a team meeting room. In addition to showcasing Colorado College Hockey, the technically

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10 23* 22* 23* 23* 22* 22* 22* 24* 24* 23* 23* 21* 24* 22* 20* 20* 18* 18* 404*

7-2-1 18-4-1 11-10-1 17-5-1 19-3-1 19-3-0 14-8-0 18-3-1 14-9-1 13-10-1 20-3-0 12-7-4 12-9-0 14-8-2 13-7-2 10-8-2 7-9-4 6-9-3 5-13-0 250-130-24

74,087 161,194 150,015 150,036 147,472 144,459 141,257 149,551 158,923 163,034 157,342 149,607 135,313 153,538 142,392 135,848 125,272 115,560 107,863 2,653,278

7,409 7,033 6,819 6,523 6,421 6,566 6,421 6,798 6,622 6,973 6,841 6,374 6,443 6,397 6,472 6,792 6,264 6,420 5,992 6,568

— 4/5 5/5 4/5 7/10 5/8 7/6 4/5 4/4 4/4 4/4 4/4 5/6 6/6 5/5 4/5 5/4 4/9 8/6 —

* Includes exhibition games (total of 26)

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HEAD COACH MIKE HAVILAND Mike Haviland is in his third

time in career goals scored with 68. Haviland was a first-team All-

season at the helm of the

America selection in 1989-90 after scoring 39 goals and adding 33

Colorado College hockey team

assists for 72 points in 33 games. He won two ECAC West

after taking over as the 14th head

Championships as a player (1987-88 and 1989-90) and helped the

coach in the history of the

Soaring Eagles make two NCAA Division III Tournament appear-

program on May 9, 2014.

ances, including a national runner-up finish in ‘87-88.

Haviland, a highly regarded

Following his time as a student, Haviland was originally selected by

veteran coach with experience at

the New Jersey Devils in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. His experience

the NCAA, ECHL, AHL and NHL

includes AHL time with the Binghamton Whalers (1989-90) and in

levels, brought more than 20

the ECHL with the Richmond Renegades and the Winston-Salem

years of hockey coaching experi-

Thunderbirds in 1990-91.

ence to Colorado Springs, most

Haviland, 49, was born in Manhattan and grew up in Middletown, N.J.

recently as head coach of the

He and his wife, Kristin, have a blended family of six children.

Hershey Bears in 2013. Prior to arriving at Hershey, he served as associate head coach of the Norfolk Admirals in 2012-13 and an assistant coach with the Chicago Blackhawks from 2008-12. During his four-year span in Chicago, he helped guide the Blackhawks to a cumulative mark of 187-101-40, a Central Division title in 2009-10 and the 2010 Stanley Cup championship. In his first two seasons at Colorado College, Haviland helped 15 Tigers achieve a career-high in points and defenseman Jaccob Slavin earn a first-team all-NCHC selection. Seven players from those teams, including Slavin with the Carolina Hurricanes, have

MIKE HAVILAND’S COACHING CAREER

signed professional contracts.

Years

Title

Team

Admirals to a record of 93-51-10-6 from 2005-07. In those two

1996-98

Assistant Coach

Elmira College

seasons, the Admirals broke the franchise’s single-season records for

1999-2001 Assistant Coach

Trenton Titans (ECHL)

2001-04

Head Coach

Atlantic City (ECHL)***

130-60-26

went on to lead the Blackhawks’ new AHL affiliate in Rockford

2004-05

Head Coach

Trenton (ECHL)***

42-21-9

during the 2007-08 campaign to a record of 44-26-4-6 and into two

2005-07

Head Coach

Norfolk Admirals (AHL)**

93-51-16

2007-08

Head Coach

Rockford IceHogs (AHL)

44-26-10

2008-12

Assistant Coach

Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)*

2012-13

Assoc. Head Coach

Norfolk Admirals (AHL)

2013-14

Head Coach

Hershey Bears (AHL)

39-27-10

ECHL seasons was 172-81-35.

2014-16

Head Coach

Colorado College

12-55-4

Haviland also had success at the college level. As an assistant coach

*Won Stanley Cup in 2010

at his alma mater, Elmira College, he helped guide the team to a

*Coached in the NHL All-Star game in 2011

record of 51-12-2 and two ECAC championships from 1996-1998.

**Won AHL’s Louis A. R. Pieri Memorial Coach of the Year Award in 2007

Before joining the Blackhawks organization, Haviland was head

Record (354-211-74)

coach at Norfolk, then Chicago’s top affiliate, and guided the

wins and points, an achievement that earned Haviland the 2007 Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award as AHL Coach of the Year. He then

rounds of postseason play. Prior to his time in the AHL and NHL, Haviland spent four seasons with the ECHL’s Trenton Titans (2004-05) and Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies (2001-04). He led the Boardwalk Bullies to a Kelly Cup championship in 2003, and just two years later, hoisted the trophy as the Titans’ bench boss. His cumulative record in four

As a player, he was a four-year member of the Elmira College men's

***Atlantic City won ECHL championship in 2003 and Trenton won ECHL championship in 2005

ice hockey team, from 1986-90, and remains one of the best point producers in the school’s history. He accumulated 152 points in his

***ECHL Coach of the Year in 2003

four-year career, which is 12th all-time, and is tied for ninth all

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GENE REILLY

R.J. ENGA

ASSISTANT COACH Gene Reilly is in his third season as an assistant coach at Colorado College in 2015-16. Prior to joining the Tigers’ staff, he was a twoyear professional scout (NHL / AHL) with the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes.

ASSISTANT COACH R.J. Enga, who played in 158 games for Colorado College from 1991-95, is in the third season of his second stint as an assistant coach with the Tigers. Enga, who served as an assistant coach during the 2008-09 campaign, became the first member of Mike Haviland’s coaching staff on June 16, 2014.

Reilly, who played at Elmira College and was captain of the 1985-86 team, has experience in nearly every level of professional hockey and over 28 years of coaching experience.

Prior to rejoining the CC staff, Enga spent three seasons with the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League, serving as assistant coach and director of player development. During his tenure in the Windy City, he coached four current Tigers – seniors Christian Heil and Alex Roos and sophomores Mason Bergh and Nate Kwiecinski.

After playing two seasons in Sweden, Reilly launched his coaching career as an assistant with the Springfield Olympics. Working alongside legendary coach Gary Dineen, he tutored future NHL stars such as Bill Guerin and Scott LaChance. Reilly served as co-head coach at Springfield from 1990-93, then head coach until the end of the 1998 campaign. Signature future NHL players he coached were Chris Clark, Ron Hainsey, Doug Janik and Dan LaCouture. His teams compiled a combined record of 131-15-8 and claimed the Eastern Junior Hockey League regular-season and tournament crowns during each of his final three seasons. He was named EJHL coach of the year in 1998.

Enga’s on-ice responsibilities at CC include working with the forwards and power play unit. He is also heavily involved in the program’s recruiting efforts. Enga struck for 61 goals and added 82 assists during his four seasons at Colorado College. The right winger still is tied for 37th place on the program’s all-time point list with Clare Smith (1953-56).

Reilly began a three-year stint as an assistant coach at the University of Maine in 1998, helping the Black Bears capture the 1999 NCAA Division I National Championship under legendary head coach Sean Walsh. Also during Reilly’s tenure, Maine won a Hockey East Championship in 2000 and advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four. He served as interim head coach at the start of the 2000-2001 campaign when Walsh was undergoing medical treatments. The Black Bears advanced again to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals that year.

During his senior year, Enga set career highs with 23 goals and 46 points while leading the Tigers to the championship game of the Western Collegiate Hockey Conference Tournament and a berth in the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Championship. Enga, a member of the WCHA All-Academic Team as a junior, graduated in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in international political economy as well as a minor in philosophy. A 10th-round selection by the New York Islanders in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, Enga played 10 seasons of professional hockey at virtually every level.

In 2001, Reilly departed for the American Hockey League (AHL) were he spent two seasons in the Ottawa Senators’ organization with Grand Rapids and Binghamton, earning division titles in both years.

His career highlights include being named to the East Coast Hockey League All-Rookie Team and All-Star Game in 1996, winning the West Coast Hockey League Taylor Cup as a member of the San Diego Gulls in 2003, and becoming the Colorado Gold Kings all-time leading scorer, recording 387 points on 165 goals and 222 assists in just four seasons.

Reilly returned to the college game as an assistant coach at Harvard (2003-04) and helped guide the Crimson to an ECAC Championship and NCAA berth. The following year, he moved to the other side of the Charles River to spend four seasons at Northeastern University (2004-08). Reilly’s hockey pedigree also includes international experience as a coach and director of player development with EC Red Bull Salzburg of the Austrian professional hockey league. During four seasons in Salzburg, Red Bull won back to back Austrian Professional (EBEL) Championships in 2010 and 2011, the European trophy in 2011, the Salute International Championship in 2009 and IIHF Continental Cup in 2010.

Enga also played one season with TSV Erding in the German 2nd Eishockey Bundesliga, earning Most Valuable Player honors after recording 41 goals and 61 assists in 64 games. After retiring as a player, Enga began his coaching career with Topeka of the North American Hockey League, where he helped guide the RoadRunners to back-to-back South Division Championships in 2009 and 2010, as well as the 2010 NAHL President’s Trophy.

Reilly also represented USA Hockey at the Under 17 Five Nations Tournament in Czech Republic (2003) and Slovakia (2002) helping to guide both teams to gold medals.

Enga also spent six years with Pikes Peak Miners AAA organization, serving as both hockey director and head coach of the 18U squad.

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BEN BRANSFIELD

JASON BUSHIE

DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS AND VIDEO COORDINATOR

TEAM TRAINER

Ben Bransfield is in his first season as the

Jason Bushie returns in 2016-17 for his 10th

director of hockey operations and video coor-

season as the team trainer for the Colorado

dinator for the Colorado College hockey

College hockey program.

program in 2016-17.

A native of Crookston, Minn., Bushie is a 1999

Bransfield spent the last two years as an assis-

graduate of the University of North Dakota,

tant to the director of hockey operations at

where he earned a bachelor of science degree

UMass-Lowell. His duties included helping

in athletic training. He then continued his education at Minnesota State University, where

with day to day operations, assisting with practice planning, video operations, pre- and post-game video break-

he completed a master’s program in athletic administration in 2002. He

down and reviewing post-game analytics. In addition, he oversaw

previously worked at Douglas County Sports Medicine in Alexandria,

expenses for the hockey team and booked travel and meals.

Minn., for two years before enrolling at MSU.

Bransfield, originally from Newburyport, Mass., received his bache-

Bushie is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association

lor’s degree in finance from UMass-Lowell in 2014.

(NATA), certified by the NATABOC, and has earned strength training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). He and his wife, Beth, have been married for 13 years and are the proud parents of a young daughter, Ella.

MATT ZABA

GORD “SPUD” HAMILTON

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

EQUIPMENT MANAGER

Matt Zaba is in his second season on the

Spud Hamilton is in his ninth season as CC’s

Colorado College coaching staff as a volunteer

equipment manager in 2015-16.

assistant coach. Zaba, who ranks No. 3 on

A 30-year veteran of the professional and

CC’s list for career goaltending wins with 55,

junior hockey ranks in both the United

works exclusively with the team’s netminders.

States and Canada, Hamilton came to

The Yorkton, Saskatchewan native, who

Colorado Springs from the San Antonio

earned a bachelor’s degree in economics in

Rampage, the top farm club of the National

2007, won a career-high 20 games as a junior

Hockey League’s Phoenix Coyotes.

in 2005-06 and won 10 games in helping the Tigers to the national

He began his career at age 15 and has worked for the Augusta Lynx

semifinals a year earlier. He holds the school record for saves percent-

of the East Coast Hockey League, the Elmira Jackals of the United

age (.913) among goalies that played at least three seasons at CC.

Hockey League and the El Paso Buzzards of the former Western Professional Hockey League. He also spent seven seasons in the

Zaba was an eighth-round draft pick of the Los Angeles Kings in

Ontario Hockey League, four with the Sarnia Sting and three with

2003 and enjoyed an eight-year pro career that included an NHL

the Newmarket/Cornwall Royals.

game with the New York Rangers and five years in Europe, most

A 1991 graduate of Sheridan College in Oakville, Ont., Hamilton is

recently for the Vienna Capitals.

a member of the Society of Professional Hockey Equipment

In addition to his duties at CC, Zaba is the co-founder of Mountain

Managers. The Ottawa, Ont., native and his wife, Yvonne, cele-

High Hockey and the goalie coach for the Colorado Rampage hockey

brated their 15th anniversary in May.

club in Monument, Colo.

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STEVEN WOODWORTH

COLORADO COLLEGE TEAM PHYSICIANS

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH

“Proudly Serving CC Athletes”

Steven Woodworth is in his second season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Colorado College athletics department. Woodworth, who previously served as a graduate assistant with the CC staff from August of 2013 through May of 2015, came back to the school after interning at the University of Denver this past summer. His primary duties will be with the ice hockey team, but will also assist the strength and conditioning program with other needs. Woodworth graduated from Kansas State University in 2011 with a

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bachelor’s degree in kinesiology. During his time at KSU, he interned with the baseball team’s strength and conditioning department for close to a year. Woodworth also received a masters in Strength and Conditioning from UCCS in May of 2015. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

IAN WOOD

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE Ian Wood, who previously spent six years as chief of sports medicine for the United States Army World Class Athlete Program, joined the CC staff as coordinator of sports medicine in July 2012. Wood supervises a staff of five professionals, in addition to a number of interns and student athletic trainers, who serve the college's 17 official varsity athletics programs. He worked at the

U.S. Military Academy (West Point, N.Y.), then as head football trainer at the University of Wisconsin, before heading to Fort Carson, where he directed a program that prepares elite military athletes for major international competitions including the Olympics. He also has worked the last two Military Olympic Games in India (2007) and Brazil (2011). He is a 1994 graduate of Purdue University.

COLORADO COLLEGE SPORTS MEDICINE Ian Wood, MS, ATC – Director of Sports Medicine (Women’s Soccer) Jason Bushie MA, ATC – Associate Athletic Trainer (Hockey) Cindy Endicott, MS, ATC, PT – Associate Athletic Trainer (Coordinator of Rehabilitation Services, Cross Country, Track & Field) Holly Pechacek, MS, ATC – Assistant Athletic Trainer (Volleyball, Men’s Lacrosse) Robyn Kadel, MS, ATC – Assistant Athletic Trainer (Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball)

Dr. Charles Doolittle Team Dentistry

Holly Runtzel, ATC – Graduate Assistant (Women’s Basketball, Women’s Lacrosse) Emily Gerrald, ATC – Graduate Assistant (Swimming and Diving, Tennis) Celina Swedlund – Athletic Insurance Coordinator

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KEN RALPH

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Anchorage. He has served on committees for ECAC Hockey, USA Hockey, and the Liberty League.

Whether he’s conducting a staff meeting, interviewing candidates for an open position or diligently working behind the scenes on the latest leap forward involving sports and recreation at Colorado College, it’s refreshingly obvious that Ken Ralph has infused a contagious spirit of enthusiasm, heightened sense of accountability and widespread commitment to excellence during his nine years as director of athletics.

Ralph is a 1991 graduate of Alaska Anchorage, where he earned five NCAA Division II All-America awards in swimming, was twice named UAA Swimmer of the Year, and was a USS Senior National Qualifier. In 2005, he was inducted into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in political science form UAA, he earned a master’s degree in sports management studies from California University (Pa.). He and his wife, Mary, have been married for 21 years.

An energetic, well-spoken and approachable leader with a resolute attitude, uncompromising work ethic and common-sense approach to any situation, Ralph has demonstrated not only the vision to steer the department in exciting directions, but also the instincts, motivational abilities, perseverance and professionalism to see those dreams through to fruition. The completion of the spectacular $27 million El Pomar Sports Center renovation and expansion project in 2013, followed by CC’s debut as a member of the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference shortly thereafter, provide the latest testament to his effectuality. Earlier during his tenure in office, the school successfully launched a new, dynamic athletics website and implemented live video streaming of home games for nearly half of its 17 varsity programs.

GREG CAPELL

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD

Associate director of athletics for more than a decade now, Greg Capell serves as Colorado College's NCAA rules compliance and eligibility officer and liaison with the school’s admission office. He provides administrative oversight for 11 of CC’s 17 varsity programs including volleyball, men's soccer, men's and women's cross country, men's and women's swimming and diving, men's lacrosse, men's and women's tennis and men's and women's track and field. A member of the athletics senior staff, he serves on numerous committees – both for the athletics department as well as for the college as a whole.

Ralph currently manages a department with a budget of $8.5 million. A member of the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation board of directors, he has served as president of the Board of Directors for the eight-team NCHC, which he was instrumental in forming from its conceptualization. He was also the tournament director for the 2008 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey West Regional at the World Arena after running two previous regionals – in 2004 and 2006, both in Albany, N.Y.

The recent renovation and expansion of the El Pomar Sports Center, completed early in 2013, further attests to Capell’s value. He worked closely with architects on multiple facets of the $27 million project, with an overall focus on access issues as well as sports surfaces including design and installation of the new Frank Flood Track along with the synthetic turf system on Washburn Field.

Before joining the Tiger family in 2007, he spent five years as the athletic director at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Like Colorado College, Rensselaer also is a Division III school with two Division I teams, so Ralph was no stranger to the athletic department’s multi-divisional status upon his arrival. In 2004, he was involved as the NCAA voted overwhelmingly in favor of amended legislation that permitted both schools and six other Division III institutions to continue granting financial aid to student-athletes who compete on their Division I teams. For CC, the outcome preserved men's ice hockey and women's soccer at the Division I level. For RPI, it was Division I men’s and women’s hockey. Other schools affected were Clarkson University, Hartwick College, Johns Hopkins University, Rutgers-Newark, St. Lawrence University, and SUNY-Oneonta.

A wealth of experience and professional diversity accompanied Capell when he arrived in Colorado Springs in July 2004. Prior to a five-year stint as AD at Division III Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, he worked at the University of Minnesota – first as director of athletics publications (1994-96) then as an assistant to the director of men’s athletics (1996-99). A 1981 graduate of Loras, he worked for 10 years at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn., filling a variety of roles including assistant coach, SID and assistant AD. In his position at Loras, Capell managed an athletics program that rose to 37th nationally among 425 Division III schools in the 2004 USSA Director’s Cup rankings. He also served as tournament director for the 2004 NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships, an event that drew the second highest attendance in its history and generated $1.5 million in revenue for the city of Dubuque.

Prior to his stint at Rensselaer, Ralph served as senior assistant director of athletics, head swimming coach and head water polo coach at Connecticut College; director of aquatics, head swimming coach and physical education instructor at the University of Evansville; assistant swimming coach and physical education instructor at the U.S. Air Force Academy; director of aquatics and head swimming coach at Kutztown University; director of aquatics and head swimming coach at Georgetown University; assistant swimming coach at the University of Missouri and assistant swimming coach at the University of Alaska

Capell, who earned his master’s degree in athletics administration from St. Thomas in 1989, is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics, the National Association of Division III Athletics Administrators, and the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation. He and his wife, Marcy, have a daughter, Erin, and a son, Gabriel.

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PEDRO de ARAUJO

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

Pedro de Araujo, a tenured professor in the Economics and Business Department, is currently in his third year serving as Colorado College’s NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative. Previously, de Araujo served for three years on the school’s Athletics Board.

commitments to CC athletics exceeding $1.25 million and valuable gift-in-kind and credit surpassing $500,000. As a result of his season group and single-game ticket sales campaigns, Tiger Hockey is the top winter collegiate event in the entire state of Colorado as well as a consistent top five nationally in college hockey attendance. In 2006, Lowenberg created the CC Tiger Sports Radio Network and in the summer of 2013 negotiated the current flagship station agreement with KRDO News Radio 105.5 FM and 1240 AM. He also has increased television exposure for the hockey program by negotiating agreements with the CBS Sports Network, NBC Sports Network, Altitude, Root Sports, Fox Sports Net, ESPNU, CET, KOAA-NBC, KKTV-CBS, KXTU-The CW and KRDO-ABC. Lowenberg is a 1993 graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, where he went on to earn a master’s degree. He and his wife, Christine, are the proud parents of three daughters – Britney, Jenna and Ashlynn.

de Araujo joined CC’s faculty in 2008 and is currently the John Lord Knight Professor of Economics. His main areas of expertise are in economic development, applied econometrics and economic growth. Araujo has published many articles in various peer reviewed journals and loves to get undergraduate students involved in the research process. Before arriving at Colorado College, de Araujo spent one year as a teaching fellow at Indiana University Purdue University Columbus. He also spent four years as associate instructor at Indiana University in Bloomington where, in 2006, he received the Philip Saunders Award for excellence in teaching. de Araujo is a 1999 graduate of the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, where he received a bachelor’s of arts in economics before moving to the United States for graduate school.

JESSICA BENNETT

The 2016-17 academic year marks Jessica Bennett’s 13th as a member of the athletics marketing staff at Colorado College, where she handles a multitude of behind-the-scenes functions involving all 17 of the school’s NCAA Division I and III varsity programs.

He earned two masters’ degrees at Bowling Green State University – one in economics and another in applied statistics – before completing his Ph.D. in economics at Indiana University. de Araujo and his wife, Ana, live in Monument, Colo., and are the parents of two children, Maria and JP.

SCOTT LOWENBERG

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS MARKETING

In addition to managing game-day master charts along with specific aspects of ticketing for CC’s most visible sports, as well as operations for the Tiger Pride Fund and Athletics Hall of Fame, Bennett is the go-to person for licensing and merchandise, community events, advertising campaigns and matters relating to the Center Ice Club. Responsible for securing and maintaining sponsorship agreements, she also oversees production of promotional materials including schedule cards, brochures, posters, magnets and giveaway items.

ASSOCIATE AD / EXTERNAL OPERATIONS

Scott Lowenberg, who arrived on campus in December 2005, serves as Associate Athletic Director for External Operations as a member of the Colorado College athletics senior staff. A dedicated and successful athletics administrator with more than 20 years of experience, he oversees the corporate sponsorship program, all marketing and sales campaigns, ticket operations, the Tiger Pride Fund and Center Ice Club fundraising organizations, the athletics communications office, the licensing and sales of merchandise, the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, as well as event management and athletic equipment. His department has raised more than $15 million – record high numbers for CC – in external funds since his arrival.

Bennett, a native of Sherrill, N.Y., collaborates closely with The Broadmoor World Arena personnel to ensure adequate staffing, security and concessions at all home hockey events. Her duties related to Tiger Hockey entail hiring, training, providing work direction and problem solving assistance for more than 30 student workers, will-call attendants, program sellers and volunteers. She and her husband, Geoff, are the parents of a daughter, Grace (7).

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STAFF DIRECTORY

AREA CODE 719 SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD .................................................................................. Greg Capell Athletics Department Phones..........................................................389-6475, 389-6476 Athletics Department Fax .................................................................................389-6873 ASSOCIATE AD / EXTERNAL OPERATIONS ............................................. Scott Lowenberg Athletics Department Phones.....................................................389-6111, -6476, -6336 Hockey Tickets ................................................................................................389-6324 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT .......................................................................Nancy Luther Athletics Department Phones..........................................................389-6475, 389-6476 Athletics Department Fax .................................................................................389-6873

JANE NEWBERRY Executive Assistant

DAVID BAILEY Assistant Marketing Director

HEAD COACH ................................................................................................Mike Haviland Alma Mater .........................................................................................Elmira College ’90 Office Phone............................................................................................719-389-6480 Record at School (Years): ...........................................................................12-55-4 (3rd) Career Record (Years): ...............................................................................12-55-4 (3rd)

NANCY LUTHER Administrative Assistant

ASSISTANT COACH ...........................................................................................Gene Reilly Alma Mater .........................................................................................Elmira College ’86 Office Phone ...........................................................................................719-389-6484 Years at Current School .....................................................................................3rd year ASSISTANT COACH ..............................................................................................R.J Enga Alma Mater .....................................................................................Colorado College ’95 Office Phone ...........................................................................................719-389-6479 Years at Current School .....................................................................................3rd year ANDY OBRINGER Assistant AD for Operations

ANNE GOODMAN JAMES Senior Woman Administrator

DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS ..........................................................Ben Bransfield Alma Mater..........................................................................................UMass-Lowell ’14 Office Phone ...........................................................................................719-389-7114 Email .....................................................................Ben.Bransfield@ColoradoCollege.edu

COLORADO COLLEGE QUICK FACTS

ATHLETIC TRAINER .......................................................................................Jason Bushie Office Phone............................................................................................719-389-6488 Email .........................................................................jason.bushie@ColoradoCollege.edu

LOCATION (POPULATION): .............................................Colorado Springs, Colo. (446,439) FOUNDED ..................................................................................................................1874 ENROLLMENT...........................................................................................................2,000

EQUIPMENT MANAGER ...............................................................................Spud Hamilton Office Phone............................................................................................719-477-2184 Email ......................................................................Spud.Hamilton@ColoradoCollege.edu

TEAM NICKNAME.....................................................................................................Tigers SCHOOL COLORS ..................................................................................Black & Gold (154)

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH........................................................................Matt Zaba

PRESIDENT .................................................................................................Jill Tiefenthaler

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH ....................................................Steven Woodworth Alma Mater ...........................................................................................Kansas State ’11 Office Phone ...................................................................................................389-6319

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ..................................................................................Ken Ralph FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE......................................................Pedro de Araujo ATHLETIC DEPT. PHONE #: ...............................................................719-389-6475/6476

CC EQUIPMENT ROOM MANAGER...........................................................Bowen Bradshaw Office Phone ...................................................................................................389-6489

HOME RINK .............................................................................The Broadmoor World Arena Opened ....................................................................................................January, 1998 Seating Capacity....................................................................................................7,380 Ice Surface Dimensions ............................................................................100 x 200 feet

ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Director (Primary Hockey Contact)...................................................................Jerry Cross Office Phone/E-mail ....................................389-6755 / Jerry.Cross@coloradocollege.edu Cell Phone ...............................................................................................719-205-4432 Associate Director...........................................................................................Dave Reed Office Phone/E-mail ............................................389-6105 / dreed@coloradocollege.edu

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AT H L E T I C S C O M M U N I C AT I O N S

JERRY CROSS

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

DAVE REED ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Jerry Cross is in his third year as the director

Dave Reed, now in his 18th year at Colorado

of athletics communications at Colorado

College, handles media relations duties for

College. He returned to his alma mater on

women’s soccer as well as 10 of the school’s

August 18, 2014 after serving 13 years as an

15 Division III programs. He also manages

assistant director of athletic communications

the athletics department website on a year-

at the U.S. Air Force Academy.

round basis and coordinates the live video streaming of Tiger sports.

Cross worked in athletic communications at Air Force since 2000. He coordinated public

A member of the College Sports Information

and media information needs for men's

Directors of America, Reed recently

basketball, men's soccer, men's golf, and men's and women's tennis,

completed a three-year term on the NCAA Statistics and Records

and also directed Air Force Academy communications for two NCAA

Advisory Board. He also served as a College Division Representative

Division I Basketball Tournaments and one NIT semifinal appear-

on the organization’s board of directors and was a charter member of

ance. He also spearheaded statistical services for various NCAA and

the College Division Management Council.

Mountain West Conference championship events, including two

Reed is a vice-chair of the CoSIDA Membership Committee, serves on

NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball first and second-round events and

the Program Committee for the organization's annual convention

the Division I Women’s Final Four in 2012.

and is a member of the Division III Leadership Group that helps

Prior to his stint at the Air Force Academy, Cross was the sports

select the Capital One Academic All-America Teams. He was honored

information director and tennis coach at the University of

by the American Volleyball Coaches Association as recipient of its

Colorado-Colorado Springs from 1996-2000. He was named the

prestigious Grant Burger Media Award for the 2009-2010 academic

1997 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women’s tennis Coach

year in recognition of his work as a national NCAA Division I volley-

of the Year after leading the Mountain Lions to the RMAC champi-

ball columnist for ESPN.com.

onship that season.

A frequent public-address announcer for the CC volleyball, men’s and

Cross, who earned a degree in economics from Colorado College in

women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s lacrosse teams for the

1991, began his career as the assistant director of sports information

last 14 years, he also was behind the microphone when the U.S.

at CC from 1991-1996, then added the duties of women’s tennis

Women’s National Team played host to top-ranked Brazil in a three-

coach in 1993. As a student, he was a three-year letterwinner on the

match series that proved to be a preview of the Gold Medal

men’s tennis team and served as team captain his senior campaign.

showdown at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing.

He also worked as a student intern for the athletic communications

Prior to his arrival at CC, he worked in athletic media relations at the

and intramural offices.

University of Dayton (1989–91), The Ohio State University (1992–93)

Cross and his wife Annie are the proud parents of a 10-year-old

and the University of Notre Dame (1993–96). He has served as media

daughter, Elaine. The family resides in the Skyway area in

coordinator for several Big East, Midwestern Collegiate Conference

Colorado Springs.

and NCAA Division I championships. He left Notre Dame in 1996 to join USA TODAY.com and serve as a content editor/stringer manager for three years. He was part of an 11-

STAFF/ASSISTANTS

member team that specialized in the coverage of collegiate athletics, emphasizing basketball, football, ice hockey and volleyball.

DIRECTOR ......................................................................................................Jerry Cross ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR....................................................................................Dave Reed

A 1991 graduate of the University of Dayton with a degree in commu-

SPORTS INFORMATION ASSISTANT ......................................................Brooke Babcock

nications, Reed is a native of Piqua, Ohio. He and his wife, Gerri Anne, were married in May 2005 and are the parents of a son, Jackson.

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CC ALL-TIME RECORD 77 SEASONS Games Played (Overall): 2,496 Games Played (League): 1,664

CC RECORD IN NCAA PLAYOFFS W-L-T 1160-1207-129 687-890-87

WIN% .491 .439

20 SEASONS NCAA Playoffs Championship Games

W-L-T 18-20 2-3

WIN% .474 .400

Tr a d i t i o n a n d C o m m i t m e n t On May 9, 2014, Mike Haviland was tabbed to keep the Colorado

Proving that academic and athletic excellence can co-exist in a small

College hockey team purring along as one of the nation’s most elite

campus environment, CC has relied on vision, hard work and

Division I programs. With 12 NCAA tournament bids, six regular

creativity to revive, nourish and sustain a program that many others

season league titles and 17 home-ice playoff berths tucked away

across the nation aspire to imitate.

during the last two decades alone, Haviland hopes to add another

Humble Beginnings

successful chapter to the program’s fabled history.

Colorado College Hockey got its start in 1938, when the

CC’s recent string of success, which includes trips to the

Broadmoor Hotel converted its seldom-used indoor riding

national “Frozen Four” in 1996, 1997 and 2005, speaks volumes

academy into an ice rink. The Broadmoor World Arena, originally

for the modern-day version of a program that has spanned eight

called the Broadmoor Ice Palace, served as CC’s home for 55 seasons

decades. But where does the tale really begin? How has little

before being demolished at the conclusion of the 1993-94

Colorado College, a private liberal arts and sciences college

campaign. In 2013-14, after 54 seasons as a charter member

with an enrollment of barely 2,000 students, maintained

of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, the Tigers

such elite status in a sport filled with Division I giants?

helped launch the NCHC’s inaugural campaign and their 75th overall against outside competition. They were 675-

Two concepts come to mind: Tradition. From its pre-

839-78 (.448) in 1,592 WCHA regular-season outings, as

World War II roots, to its hosting of the first 10 NCAA

well as 52-69-1 (.430) in the league playoffs.

Tournaments and co-founding of two hockey conferences, the school has influenced college hockey’s growth from infancy. Commitment.

The Tigers have claimed the Gold Pan 12 times in its 22 years of existence. The trophy is awarded to the regular-season winner between Colorado College and the University of Denver.

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HISTORY OF CC HOCKEY Back in 1938, thanks to sponsorship from local business firms, eight inexperienced teams including one from CC were able to organize the Pikes Peak Hockey League. Tiger Hockey officially made its debut on January 21st of that year in an 8-1 loss to a team sponsored by Giddings department store. Colorado College finished the campaign with three victories and nine defeats under player-coach and team captain John Atwood, of Watertown, Conn. The program made significant strides forward the following season under new coach Garrett Livingston, whose leadership the next four

One for the Ages Spring of 2017 marks the 67th anniversary of a victory that arguably ranks as Colorado College’s greatest ever. On March 18, 1950, having blasted Boston College by a 10-3 count in the NCAA semifinals two nights earlier, the Tigers found themselves in a dogfight after 40 minutes of play in the national championship game at the old Broadmoor Ice Palace. BOB SCARLETT

Three second period goals – including a pair by Harry Whitworth

CHICK ROSS

and Carl Lawrence just 12 seconds apart, had wiped out a 1-0 years helped vault CC to national prominence. While several New

deficit and given CC a 3-1 lead over Boston University entering

England students with backgrounds in high school hockey joined

the final frame.

the team, the strongest addition was Ernie Young of Saskatoon, What transpired is, to this day, probably the most glorious

Saskatchewan. When Young returned in the fall of 1939 for his second year at the school, he brought four more Canadian players

single period in the history of Tiger Hockey.

with him — Jack Chamney, John “Chick” Ross, Wilmer “Spike”

Relentless in its pursuit of the title, Colorado College blistered

Wilson and Harold McClay — all from his home province. Bob

BU netminder Ike Bevins with 18 shots on goal and scored on

Scarlett of Quebec, an experienced goaltender, also enrolled at

10 of them while treating the partisan crowd to a 13-4 victory.

Colorado College that year. All-America forward Chris Ray, who finished with four

With Livingston at the helm, those players helped the

tallies altogether, struck for three during the third-

Tigers sweep the University of Michigan, 4-2 and 4-3, in

period uprising while Ron Hartwell and Tony Frasca

their first-ever intercollegiate series early during the 1939-

each notched a pair. Whitworth, who added his

40 season. Colorado College also played games against

second of the contest, set up three others. Hartwell,

Colorado School of Mines, the Montana School of Mines

who passed away in August of 2016, remains to this

and the University of Southern California, champion of

day the program’s all-time leading goal producer with

the Pacific Coast League, that season. Enthusiasm reached

112 overall for his three-year career.

a feverish pitch among CC hockey supporters for the next

“Maybe we didn’t expect to win, but we sure wanted to. When we did, it was a real accomplishment – as unique a team experience as anyone will ever have. We didn’t think of any one player getting more points or anything. It was just win, win. It was total team spirit, cooperation, coordination, and all the rest. That’s what you need to have.”

few years, with games at the Broadmoor Ice Palace selling out on a regular basis. By winter of 1942, the Tigers had earned a reputation as one of college hockey’s “Big Four,” along with USC, the University of Illinois and Dartmouth.

— Ron Hartwell, CC's all-time leading goal scorer

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The Evolution as a Powerhouse

In 1951, Colorado College helped

Due to World War II, no games were played in 1942-43 or ’43-44,

found the Mid-West Collegiate

but the sport was rejuvenated at Colorado College and nationwide

Hockey League, which changed its

in 1944-45. With the return of former players and the addition of

name to the Western Intercollegiate Hockey League in 1953. Other char-

seven more Canadians, the Tigers quickly were on the rise again.

ter members were the University of

Cheddy Thompson, who came to Colorado Springs when he was

Denver, Michigan, Michigan State,

assigned to 2nd Air Force Headquarters here, took over the coaching

Michigan Tech, Minnesota and

duties in the fall of 1945 and held the position for the next decade.

North Dakota. The

In cooperation with the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado College spon-

WIHL evolved to become the

sored the first National Collegiate Athletic Association Hockey

Western Collegiate Hockey

Championships at the end of the 1947-48 season. The tournament

Association in November of 1959,

would be held at the Ice Palace for the next decade, with CC partici-

with the 2012-13 version of the

pating seven times — in 1948, ’49, ’50, ’51, ’52, ’55 and ’57.

TONY FRASCA

Thompson was at the helm when CC won its first NCAA crown in

WCHA consisting of five of its original seven teams plus the

1950 and finished as runner-up in 1952 and ’55. He was named

University of Alaska Anchorage, Bemidji State, Minnesota-Duluth,

national Coach of the Year in 1952 by the United States Hockey

Minnesota State, Nebraska-Omaha, St. Cloud State and Wisconsin.

Coaches Association.

Colorado College has competed in the NCAA championship game five times – winning it in 1950 and ’57.

BILL “RED” HAY AND BOB McCUSKER

’49 Front row, l to r: Milo Yalich, Don Wishart, unknown (perhaps from the press), Joe Slattery, Red Seasons, Chris Ray, Jack McBride, Clark Wilder, Roy Ikola, Norm Nestlerode, Cheddy Thompson, Dick Rowell. First row on steps behind front row, l to r: Len Gagnon, Lew Meier, Ron Newsome. Second row on steps, l to r: Harry Whitworth, Jim Starrak. Third row on steps, l to r: KG Freyschlag (CC public relations office), Roosevelt Collins (team trainer). Top row: Bruce Stewart and son.

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COLORADO COLLEGE IN THE NCAA PLAYOFFS

The 1938-39 Tigers were the first CC team to play a full season of competition.

The Tigers hoisted the MacNaughton Trophy as WCHA regularseason champions for the ninth and final time in March 2008. It was their third title in five years and sixth since 1994. They won an unprecedented three consecutive crowns in the mid-1990s (1993-94, ’94-95 and ’95-96). The previous three came during the 1950s (1951-52, ’54-55 and ’56-57). During the 1956-57 season, Colorado College won a thenschool record 25 games and wrapped up its second NCAA championship under coach Tom Bedecki. CC made history again in 2013-14 as the new “super” conference, originally created in July 2011, made its long awaited debut. Other members of the NCHC include the University of

DATE

OPPONENT

March 18, 1948 March 18, 1949 March 19, 1949 March 16, 1950 March 18, 1950 March 16, 1951 March 17, 1951 March 14, 1952 March 15, 1952 March 11, 1955 March 12, 1955 March 14, 1957 March 16, 1957 March 18, 1978 March 25, 1995 March 24, 1996 March 28, 1996 March 30, 1996 March 21, 1997 March 22, 1997 March 27, 1997 March 28, 1998 March 29, 1998 March 27, 1999 March 28, 1999 March 23, 2001 March 24, 2001 March 22, 2002 March 23, 2002 March 29, 2003 March 30, 2003 March 25, 2005 March 26, 2005 April 7, 2005 March 25, 2006 March 28, 2008 March 25, 2011 March 26, 2011

Dartmouth Boston College University of Michigan (Consolation Game) Boston College Boston University (NCAA Championship) Brown University Boston University (Consolation Game) Yale University of Michigan (NCAA Championship) St. Lawrence University of Michigan (NCAA Championship) Clarkson University of Michigan (NCAA Championship) Bowling Green (NCAA Wild-Card Game) University of Minnesota Massachusetts-Lowell University of Vermont University of Michigan (NCAA Championship) University of New Hampshire Clarkson University University of North Dakota Clarkson University Boston College St. Lawrence University Michigan State University St. Lawrence University University of North Dakota Michigan State University University of Minnesota Wayne State University University of Michigan Colgate University University of Michigan University of Denver Cornell University Michigan State University Boston College Michigan

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8-4 7-3 10-4 10-3 13-4 8-4 7-4 4-3 4-1 2-1 5-3 5-3 13-6 5-3 5-2 5-3 4-3 (2ot) 3-2 (ot) 3-2 5-4 6-2 3-1 6-1 5-2 4-3 3-2 (2ot) 4-1 2-0 4-2 4-2 5-3 6-5 4-3 6-2 3-2 3-1 8-4 2-1

The 1945-46 Tigers, coached by the legendary Cheddy Thompson (1945-55).

Denver, Miami University, Minnesota Duluth, Nebraska Omaha, North Dakota, St. Cloud State and Western Michigan.

Launch Pad to Success Four Colorado College coaches – John Matchefts (1968-69), Jeff Sauer (1971-72 and ’74-75), Brad Buetow (1991-92) and Don Lucia (1993-94 and ’95-96) –earned WCHA Coach of the Year honors. Sauer (2003) and Matchefts (2007) both have been named recipients of the prestigious John “Snooks” Kelley Founders Award for their contributions to the overall growth and development of ice hockey nationwide. Sauer, head coach of the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team that has won gold (2012 and ‘14) and silver (2013) medals at the last three International Paralympic Committee World Championships, also received the NHL's Lester Patrick Trophy in 2011 for outstanding service to the sport in the United States. The original Broadmoor Ice Palace in 1938. 21


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HISTORY OF CC HOCKEY Cheddy Thompson (1951-52), Tony Frasca (1962-63), Lucia (1993-94) and former CC assistant Norm Bazin (2012-13), now the bench boss at UMass-Lowell, each have been named national Coach of the Year by the American Hockey Coaches Association. Another legend, Bob Johnson (1963-66), went on to the National Hockey League where he guided the Pittsburgh Penguins to the Stanley Cup in 1991. Johnson earlier had served as head coach of the 1976 United States Olympic Team and the NHL’s Calgary Flames, as well as a three-year stint as executive director of USA Hockey. Guy Gadowsky, who skated for the Tigers in the late 1980s, has gone on to serve as head coach at the University of Alaska, Princeton University, and now the new Division I program at Penn State. Scott Owens stayed behind the CC bench the longest, leading the team for 15 years before resigning following the 2013-14 campaign. Owens guided the Tigers to seven NCAA tournament appearances, including the national semifinals in 2005 and his 324 career wins nearly doubles second place on the school’s list for most victories STEVE SERTICH

(166 by Sauer and Lucia).

DAVE DELICH

CC has launched dozens of players into the professional ranks during

Tiger Hockey also is well represented in the Colorado College

the last six decades. While 38 former Tigers had played in the NHL

Athletics Hall of Fame. In fact, two entire teams – the 1949-50

prior to the 2016-17 season, several more are destined to make their

national champions in 1998 and the 1995-96 NCAA runners-up in

debuts at the sport’s highest level in the near future. Two Colorado

2013 – have been inducted. Hay, a former president of the Calgary

College products – Bill “Red” Hay with the Chicago Blackhawks in

Flames, was honored among the inaugural class in April 1995.

1961 and Doug Lidster with the New York Rangers in 1994 as well

Doug Palazzari, who spent most of his professional playing career

with the Dallas Stars in 1999 – have had their names engraved on the

with Salt Lake City of the Central Hockey League and in 1997 was

Stanley Cup. Hay was also recently inducted into the Hockey Hall of

designated as the CHL’s all-time greatest player, joined the HOF in

Fame. Tom Preissing reached the Cup finals with the Ottawa Senators

2000 after serving as executive director of USA Hockey. Dave

in 2007. Preissing and Gord Whitaker, meanwhile, are among very few

Delich, CC’s career points leader, became a member in 2002 while

North Americans ever to compete in the Russian Elite League, while

Gambucci, who skated for the 1950 NCAA champs but starred as a

mid-2000s grads Addison DeBoer and Scott Thauwald have taken their

baseball and football player as well, was recognized on an individ-

talents to Australia. Many others, including Hobey Baker Award

ual basis in 2004. Lidster was inducted 2009 and Rob Doyle, the

winners Peter Sejna and Marty Sertich, are competing in Europe.

school’s leading scorer among defensemen, followed suit in 2015. Delich, Hay and Palazzari, along with fellow Colorado College alumni Eddie Mio and Brian Swanson, also were included among the WCHA’s all-time top 50 players in conjunction with the league’s golden anniversary season in 2001-02. Celebrating the 60th anniversary of their 1950 national championship, former Tigers (left to right) Clark Wilder, Ron Hartwell, Cam Berry and Andy Gambucci enjoy a pre-game meal prior to CC’s contest against North Dakota at The Broadmoor World Arena on Feb. 27, 2010. Unfortunately, Hartwell and Gambucci passed away in 2016.

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CC ALL-AMERICANS YEAR PLAYER(S) 1948............................................................Joe Slattery 1949 ......................Dick Rowell, Joe Slattery, Jim Starrak 1950 ............................................Chris Ray, Jim Starrak 1951.........................................Tony Frasca, Jim Starrak 1952 ..................Omer Brandt, Tony Frasca, Ron Hartwell, Ken Kinsley 1955..................Phil Hilton, Doug Silverberg, Clare Smith 1956......................................................Doug Silverberg 1957 .......................Bill Hay, Bob McCusker, Don Wishart 1958 ...........................................Bill Hay, Bob McCusker 1964............................................................John Simus 1966..........................................................Bob Lindberg 1967..........................................................Bob Lindberg 1969...........................................................Bob Collyard 1970...........................................................Bob Collyard 1972.................................Doug Palazzari, Bob Winograd 1974........................................................Doug Palazzari 1975...............................................................Eddie Mio 1976...............................................................Eddie Mio 1980 .......................................................Dave Feamster 1983...........................................................Doug Lidster 1987 ..............................................................Rob Doyle 1992..........................................................Chris Hynnes 1994............................................................Shawn Reid 1995 .......................Ryan Bach, Kent Fearns, Jay McNeill 1996 ...................................Ryan Bach, Peter Geronazzo 1998 ..................................Calvin Elfring, Brian Swanson 1999 ...............................Brian Swanson, Scott Swanson 2001............................................................Mark Cullen 2002............................................................Mark Cullen 2003.................Noah Clarke, Tom Preissing, Peter Sejna, Curtis McElhinney 2005 ............................Curtis McElhinney, Marty Sertich, Brett Sterling, Mark Stuart 2006 ..........................................................Brett Sterling 2008.................Richard Bachman, Jack Hillen, Chad Rau 2009...............................................................Chad Rau 2012......................................................Jaden Schwartz

The Broadmoor World Arena in March 1994.

Colorado College Rhodes Scholar Paul Markovich ’88 The first and only Rhodes Scholar ever to emerge from the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, former CC defenseman Paul Markovich went on to study at the Plekhanov Institute of Economics in Moscow before earning his master’s degree in philosophy, politics and investment from Oxford University in England. Markovich, a two-time member of the All-WCHA Academic Team, played in 68 career games for the Tigers, including 35 as a senior in 1987-88 after recovering from knee surgery a year earlier. In the early 1990s the Grand Forks, N.D., native began a distinguished career in the field of health care and insurance, and ever since has held high-profile corporate positions from coast to coast – in New York City, Oakland and San Francisco. He currently serves as president and chief operating officer for Blue Shield of California, a not-for-profit health plan with $9.7 billion in annual revenue. “Attending such a terrific liberal arts school while competing in Division I hockey was a formative experience for me,” Markovich says of his four years at Colorado College. “You can’t help but learn and grow when you are pushing yourself to perform both academically and athletically. Out of necessity I learned the importance of organization, persistence, and resilience – all skills that have helped me in my career.” Markovich and his wife, Lisa, are the proud parents of son, Tyler, and daughter, Jasmine. Both of his parents are retired faculty members at the University of North Dakota.

ART BERGLUND ’63, a CC player in the early 1960s, has managed more than 30 United States teams in a variety of tournaments worldwide, spanning five decades. Now retired as senior director of international administration for USA Hockey, Berglund served as director of player personnel for the 1992, ’94 and ’02 U.S. Olympic teams. He most recently became a member of the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame after earlier inductions into the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), the Colorado College Athletics, Northwestern Ontario Sports and U.S. Hockey HOFs.

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DOUG PALAZZARI – Played in the 1976 Canada Cup in addition to two World Championships, then served a stint as executive director of USA Hockey after his illustrious career at Colorado College.

PLAYER

POSITION

YEARS AT CC

Richard Bachman Rick Boh Bob Collyard Joey Crabb Mark Cullen Dave Delich Rob Doyle Andy Gambucci Dan Griffin Jack Hillen Gary Hughes (Poland) Roy Ikola Doug Lidster (Canada) Bob Lindberg Vern Mott (Norway) Doug Palazzari Toby Petersen Chris Ray Ed Robson Bob Rompre Peter Sejna (Slovakia) Steve Sertich Greg Smith Colin Stuart Mark Stuart Jim Warner Fred Wonoski

Goalie Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Goalie Defense Defense Goalie Defense Forward Goalie Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward

2007-09 1983-87 1968-71 2002-06 1998-02 1975-79 1983-87 1949-53 1971-75 2004-08 1955-58 1946-50 1979-83 1964-67 1976-77 1970-74 1996-00 1947-51 1951-54 1950-51, ’53-56 2000-03 1970-74 1973-76 2000-04 2002-05 1974-78 1954-55

COMPETITION World Championships, 2012 World Championships (Canada), 1987 World Championships, 1978, ’79 World Championships, 2012 World Championships, 2006 World Championships, 1983 Olympics (Austria), 1994 Olympics, 1952 Olympics, 1976 World Championships, 2010 Olympics (Coach), 1964 Olympics, 1948 Olympics, 1984; World Championships, 1985, ‘90. ‘91* World Championships, 1970, ’71, ’73 Olympics (Norway), 1988 World Championships, 1973, ’74 World Championships, 2007 World Championships, 1947 World Championships, 1955 World Championships, 1950; Olympics, 1952 World Championships, 2003 World Championships, 1973-75; Olympics, 1976 World Championships, 1977, ’79 World Championships, 2009 World Championships, 2008, 2011 World Championships, 1975, ’76, ’78 World Championships, 1958

* served as team captain

OTHERS with COLORADO COLLEGE CONNECTIONS A number of CC coaches, as well as other team personnel, have served on Team USA staffs at elite international competitions since the mid-1970s. Former Tiger Art Berglund, who tied for the team scoring lead as a senior in 1962-63, managed more than 30 United States teams in a wide variety of tournaments worldwide during his long and distinguished career as a top-level administrator with USA Hockey. The late Bob Johnson, who spent three seasons (1963-66) at the Colorado College helm, was head coach of the U.S. entries at the 1976 Winter Olympic Games as well the World Championships in 1973, ‘74, ‘75, and ‘81. Johnson also was behind the Americans’ bench in the Canada Cup in 1981, 84 and 87. Greg Cronin, a member of the Tiger staff in the early 1990s, was an assistant coach for the USA squads at the 1997, 2011 and 2012 World Championships, as well at the 1997 and 1998 World Juniors. Formerly a head coach at the University of Maine (1995-97) and Northeastern University (2005-11), Cronin now is an assistant with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Mike Gibbons, who spent two seasons (1988-90) at Colorado College and currently is a member of the coaching staff at St. Cloud State University, helped guide the U.S. to a fourth-place finish at the Junior World tournament in Vancouver, British Columbia. Mike Guentzel, who served on Scott Owens’ staff at CC in 2008-09 while his son Gabe played for the Tigers, has been an assistant coach under Dean Blais for the U.S. entry at three Junior World Championships (1994, ’95 and ’96).

Guentzel returned to the University of Minnesota, his alma mater and previous employer for 14 seasons, to become associate head coach in 2011-12 after a three-year hiatus. The late Dave Peterson, a volunteer goaltending coach for Colorado College in the mid-1990s, served as head coach of the United States Olympic Team in 1988 and 1992, as well as for three national teams (1985, ‘86 and ‘87) and two national junior teams (1986 and ‘87). He also was an assistant for the U.S. junior squad in 1982, ‘85, ‘85, ‘87, ‘95 and ‘96. The late Mike Radokovich began a three-year stint on Jeff Sauer’s staff at CC in JEFF SAUER 1975 after serving as an assistant with the U.S. juniors in 1974. Sauer, who spent 11 seasons (1971-82) at the Tigers’ helm, has guided the American sled hockey team to gold medals at the 2010 and 2014 Paralympic Games. Marty Wakelyn ‘86 once assisted that program as goalies coach while Mike Cortese ‘84 has worked on its medical staff and Bill Sandberg ‘86 as its equipment manager. Dan Brennan, a former team captain at CC in the mid-80s, is a longtime general manager of both the U.S. paralympic and inline hockey programs. Longtime Colorado College sports medicine director Bruce Kola, who retired in 2012, was a member of the United States staffs for the 1980 (head trainer) and 1984 Winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid and Sarajevo. Dr. Tom Mahony, one of CC’s team physicians for many years, served in that capacity at the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary. Former Tigers equipment manager Walt Predovich, who was at the college from 1971 though 1975, took his skills to the 1976 Olympics in Innsbruck.

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TIGERS in the IIHF UNDER-18 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS YEAR

PLAYER

POSITION

YEARS AT CC

1999

Kjell Bennemark (Sweden) Joe Cullen Joey Crabb Brett Sterling Mark Stuart* Chad Rau Andreas Vlassopoulos Bill Sweatt

Goalie Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward

2002-03 1999-03 2002-06 2002-06 2002-05 2005-09 2005-10 2006-10

2001 2002 2005 2006

LOCATION Fussen & Kaufbeuren, Germany Helsinki, Finland Trnava & Piestany, Slovakia

Ceské Budejovice and Plzen, Czech Republic Angelholm & Holmstad, Sweden

Left to Right: JOE CULLEN, CHAD RAU, ANDREAS VLASSOPOULOS MARK STUART

TIGERS in the IIHF JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS YEAR

PLAYER

1974 1975

JADEN SCHWARTZ

JACCOB SLAVIN

Jim Warner Scott Owens Rick Pracht Larry Soltvedt 1978 Dave Feamster Jeff Lundgren 1979 Jeff Lundgren Marc Pettygrove 1985 Scott Schneider Doug Wieck 1990 Brian Bruininks 1996 Brian Swanson 1997 Dan Peters Toby Petersen 1998 Toby Petersen 1999 Justin Morrison Peter Sejna (Slovakia) 2000 Mike Stuart 2003 Brett Sterling Mark Stuart 2004 Brett Sterling 2007 Bill Sweatt 2008 Bill Sweatt 2011 Jaden Schwartz (Canada) 2012 Jaden Schwartz* (Canada) 2014 Jaccob Slavin Gustav Olofsson * served as team captain

POSITION

YEARS AT CC

Forward Goalie Forward Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Forward Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Defense

1974-78 1975-79 1975-79 1975-79 1976-80 1978-82 1978-82 1978-82 1983-87 1984-86 1988-92 1995-99 1996-00 1996-00 1996-00 1997-01 2000-03 1998-02 2002-06 2002-05 2002-06 2006-10 2006-10 2010-12 2010-12 2013-15 2013-14

LOCATION Leningrad, Soviet Union Winnipeg, Manitoba

Montreal, Quebec Karstad, Sweden Helsinki & Turku, Finland Helsinki & Turku, Finland Boston, Mass. Geneva, Switzerland Helsinki, Finland Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba Skelleftea & Umea, Sweden Haifax, Nova Scotia Helsinki & Hämeenlinna, Finland Leksand & Mora, Sweden Pardubice & Liberec, Czech Republic Buffalo, N.Y. Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta Malmo, Sweden

Bob Mancini, a former Colorado College forward (1978-82), served as an assistant coach for Team USA at the World Championships in 1998, the Junior World Championships in 1997and 1999, and the U-18 World Championships in 1999 and 2000. Jeff Sauer, who played for (1962-65) and coached (1971-82) the Tigers, was Team USA’s head coach at the 1995 World Championships as well as an assistant in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992 and 2003.

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CC Hockey Timeline 1938

First game played (January 21).

1940

Intercollegiate competition begins with two-game sweep over University of Michigan.

1942

Spike Wilson’s goal with three seconds left produces a 6-6 tie and gives Tigers their first point ever against the powerful University of Southern California. CC is rated among the nation’s top four college teams after going undefeated (3-0-3) in the final six games against USC, Michigan and Illinois.

1948

In cooperation with The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado College sponsors first NCAA Championship Tournament.

1950

Tigers erupt for 10 goals in the third period to rout Boston University, 13-4, at The Broadmoor Ice Palace and win their first NCAA championship. They'd beaten Boston College, 10-3, in the semifinals two days earlier, on March 16. And, in January of that same season, CC blanked the University of Denver, 16-0, in the first-ever meeting between the two archrivals-to-be.

1951

Mid-West Collegiate Hockey League organized (renamed Western Intercollegiate Hockey League in 1953 and Western Collegiate Hockey Association in 1959).

1952

League champions.

1955

League champions.

1957

League and NCAA champions. Crushed the University of Michigan, 13-6, to claim the program's second national title after beating Clarkson, 5-3, in the semifinals two nights earlier. Won 27 games overall, a school record that stood for 38 years, until 1994-95.

1964

Won title at Brown Invitational Tournament.

1972

Doug Palazzari finishes season with 57 points in WCHA play, third highest total in league history behind Minnesota’s John Mayasich (78 in 1953-54) and Michigan’s Red Berenson (68 in 1961-62). Tigers defeat Denver (9-7) at DU Arena for the first time in 15 years. CC also beats Denver, 9-6, on Broadmoor ice in meeting number 100 between the schools.

Colorado College, which co-hosted the first 10 NCAA hockey tournaments, has reached the national quarterfinals 10 times since 1996.

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1974

Palazzari ends his four-year collegiate career as CC’s all-time leading scorer (226 points) and is named the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player. Palazzari earns first-team All-WCHA and All-America honors for the second time.

1975

CC finishes with a 23-14 record. Jim Warner named WCHA Rookie of the Year and joins goaltender Eddie Mio as second-team All-WCHA selections.

1978

Tigers upset Minnesota and Denver on the road in the WCHA playoffs then advance to an NCAA wild-card playoff game against Bowling Green. Greg Whyte sets two CC single-season records with 54 assists and 82 points.

1979

Dave Delich breaks Whyte’s single-season scoring record with 84 points and ends career with 111 goals, 174 assists and 285 total points, the latter two representing school records that still stand. Delich named to three different all-star teams after winning WCHA scoring title with 70 points in league play.

1980

Tigers earn home-ice playoff berth after finishing third in WCHA standings with 16-13-1 record, and finished season with overall mark of 21-17-1.

1981

CC stuns Wisconsin (the eventual NCAA champion), 11-4, in the second game of first-round WCHA playoffs to win total-goals series at Madison, 13-12. Tigers also upset Minnesota, 9-7, in final game of season but lose second-round playoff series by total goals.

1987

Tigers upset Denver in opening round of WCHA playoffs. CC is eliminated from postseason action the following weekend, losing to North Dakota in total goals, but not before handing Fighting Sioux a 2-1 loss in second game of series at Grand Forks. The Sioux go on to win NCAA title, with Colorado College the only team in the nation to beat them twice.

1992

A second-half rampage earns CC fourth place and home ice in the WCHA playoffs, where the Tigers beat Minnesota-Duluth twice in triple overtime and take a record of 18-16-5 to the league’s Final Four championship in St. Paul, Minn.

1994

CC wins WCHA championship on final night of regular season. Senior defenseman Shawn Reid earns first-team All-America honors. Don Lucia is named WCHA and national Coach of the Year.

1995

The Tigers win their second consecutive WCHA title, finish second in the league playoffs and earn a bid to the NCAA tournament. Jay McNeill becomes the program’s first-ever Hobey Baker Award finalist. CC winds up with 30 victories overall, smashing a school record that had stood for 38 years.

1996

Colorado College reaches national championship game after winning an unprecedented third consecutive WCHA crown. Peter Geronazzo becomes CC’s second-ever Hobey Baker Award finalist and joins Ryan Bach as first-team All-Americans. Eight Tigers earn All-WCHA honors and the team’s 33 victories overall shatters the school record again.

1997

After tying for fourth place in the WCHA, Colorado College earns an at-large NCAA playoff bid. The Tigers upset New Hampshire and Clarkson at the East Regional, advancing to the “Frozen Four” for the second consecutive season.

1998

The Tigers open the new Colorado Springs World Arena at mid-season, then go on a late rampage that produces a third-place finish in the WCHA standings and their fourth consecutive berth in the NCAA tournament. CC defeats Clarkson again at the East Regional before bowing out to Boston College in the national quarterfinals.

1999

CC completes first full season at the World Arena, winning its last nine games there, and earns its fifth consecutive NCAA playoff bid after finishing second in the WCHA. The Tigers beat St. Lawrence at the West Regional before falling to Michigan State in the national quarterfinals. Brian Swanson and Scott Swanson are named first-team All-Americans.


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HISTORY OF CC HOCKEY Denver, however, to claim possession of the Gold Pan for the third consecutive year. Senior center Chad Rau repeats as an All-American and first-team All-WCHA selection.

Former CC head coaches Scott Owens, Jeff Sauer, John Matchefts and Mike Bertsch celebrate Matchefts’ receiving the John “Snooks” Kelley Founders Award in spring of 2007. 2000

The Tigers and World Arena learn that they will serve as co-hosts for the NCAA West Regional in 2004, when the national post-season tournament returned to Colorado Springs after a 35-year absence.

2001

Colorado College reaches the NCAA quarterfinals with a 3-2 double-overtime victory over St. Lawrence University at the East Regional. Mark Cullen is named a secondteam JOFA West All-American.

2002

The Tigers reach the NCAA quarterfinals again with a 2-0 opening-round victory over Michigan State at the West Regional. Mark Cullen is named WCHA Student Athlete of the Year, as well as a second-team All-American for the second consecutive season.

2003

CC earns its eighth NCAA playoff bid in the last nine years and 16th overall, then advances to the national quarterfinals yet again with a 4-2 victory over Wayne State University at the Midwest Regional in Ann Arbor, Mich. After being ranked No. 1 for nearly two months, the Tigers see their season end with a 5-3 loss to the University of Michigan. Peter Sejna wins the Hobey Baker Award and is one of four Colorado College players named to the West All-America Team.

2004

The Tigers finish seventh in the WCHA standings but upset arch-rival and eventual national champion Denver in the opening round of the league playoffs. The NCAA West Regional is held for the first time at the Colorado Springs World Arena, but without CC as a participating team.

2005

The Tigers earn their 10th NCAA playoff bid in the last 12 seasons but are eliminated by Cornell University in the tournament’s opening round. Marty Sertich and Brett Sterling emerge as Hobey Baker Top-10 Finalists for the second consecutive year, with Sterling repeating as a First-Team All-American.

2007

In a major rebuilding season, Colorado College finishes just two points out of third place and hosts a first-round WCHA playoff series for the 14th time in 16 years.

2008

While skating to its sixth regular-season title in the last 15 years, Colorado College produces three All-Americans and first-team All-WCHA selections in freshman goaltender Richard Bachman, senior defenseman Jack Hillen and junior center Chad Rau. Bachman becomes just the second player ever to be voted both WCHA Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year. He also is named national Rookie of the Year by the Hockey Commissioners’ Association. Hillen is honored as WCHA Defensive Player of the Year. Despite losing their last three games, including a 3-1 decision to Michigan State on their home ice at the NCAA West Regional, the Tigers post 28 victories overall including 21 in league play.

2009

A young Colorado College blazes to a 10-2-1 start, including a 7-1-1 mark in league play, before finishing sixth in the WCHA standings. The Tigers hang tough in a firstround WCHA playoff series at Minnesota Duluth before being eliminated in Game 3 of the best-of-three series.

2011

Refusing to fizzle down an extremely challenging home stretch of the regular season, CC_wins a best-of-three playoff series against Wisconsin to reach the WCHA Final Five, where it beats Alaska Anchorage to clinch an NCAA_tournament bid. The Tigers then stun defending national champion Boston College, 8-4, in the opening round before bowing out with a 2-1 loss to Michigan in the national quarterfinals.

2012

The Tigers go 2-1-1 against archrival Denver to regain possession of the Gold Pan for the first time since 2008-09, finish fifth in the WCHA standings and earn home ice for the opening round of the league playoffs for the 17th time in 19 years. Their post-season ends abruptly, however, when eighth-seeded Michigan Tech upsets

The late Bob Bartlett, Colorado College’s original goaltender back in 1938, dropped the ceremonial first puck when the Tigers celebrated their 70th anniversary in February 2008.

Regular-season co-champion of the WCHA, Colorado College beats Colgate then stuns Michigan at the NCAA Midwest Regional to earn its first trip to the Frozen Four since 1997. Marty Sertich and Brett Sterling finish first and second nationally in overall scoring, with Sertich emerging as CC’s second Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner in three years.

2006

2010

them with a two-game sweep at the World Arena. Sophomore Jaden Schwartz, a first-round draft pick of the St. Louis Blues two summers earlier, signs a professional contract within days and later is named a first-team All-American.

After tying a WCHA and NCAA single-season record with 10 ties, the Tigers earn a home-ice playoff berth for the 16th time in 18 seasons only to be eliminated by Minnesota Duluth. CC goes undefeated (1-0-3) in four games against the University of

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2013

After finishing eighth in the WCHA standings, Colorado College upsets DU in the first round of the league playoffs and earns a trip to the Final Five in St. Paul, Minn., where it stuns both North Dakota and Minnesota before dropping a 3-2 decision to Wisconsin in the championship game. Senior Rylan Schwartz’s 53 points overall leads the entire nation while Mike Boivin’s 14 goals ranks No. 1 among Division I defensemen. Both Boivin and Schwartz emerge as All-WCHA selections.

2014

Finished seventh in the inaugural season of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, then took second-seeded North Dakota to a series-deciding third game after winning game two, 3-2 in overtime, thanks to a sudden-death goal by Alex Roos. Freshman Jaccob Slavin was named the NCHC’s Rookie of the Year and a second-team all-league selection after leading the team in scoring with 25 points (5g,20a). Slavin was also named to College Hockey News' All-Rookie Team.

2015

Mike Haviland completes his first season as head coach. Sophomore Jaccob Slavin was named to the all-NCHC first team before signing a professional contract with the Carolina Hurricanes and forgoing his final two seasons.

2016

Colorado College and Denver play the first outdoor game in the 302-game history of the rivalry before 35,144 fans at Coors Field in Denver. The Tigers overcome a 4-0 deficit to second-ranked North Dakota to force a 5-5 tie in Grand Forks, N.D. Freshman Jacob Nehama becomes the first CC goalie to make at least 50 saves twice in the same season since the 1987-88 campaign (Derek Pizzey).


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NHL DRAFT PICKS FROM CC

GREG SMITH Drafted 1975

DOUG CLARKE Drafted 1984

SCOTT SCHNEIDER Drafted 1984

R.J. ENGA Drafted 1990

PAUL MANNING Drafted 1998

JUSTIN MORRISON Drafted 1998

TOBY PETERSEN Drafted 1998

CHRIS HARTSBURG Drafted 1999

JOE CULLEN Drafted 2000

RICHARD PETIOT Drafted 2001

PLAYER

DRAFTED BY

YEAR

ROUND/TEAM PICK

OVERALL PICK

Ryan Bach Richard Bachman* Stewart Bodtker Rick Boh Cal Brown Brian Bruininks Tim Budy Dennis Casey Colin Chisholm Curt Christofferson Doug Clarke Noah Clarke Bob Collyard Joey Crabb Jason Cugnet Joe Cullen Dave Delich Rob Doyle Calvin Elfring R.J. Enga Dave Feamster Kent Fearns Hunter Fejes Scott Ferguson Kris Fredheim Brady Greco Greg Hagen* Dave Hanson Aaron Harstad Chris Hartsburg Chris Hynnes Marty Ketola Teemu Kivihalme Doug Kirton Judd Lambert Doug Lidster Peter Lindgren Dean Magee Paul Manning Scott McCulloch Curtis McElhinney Eddie Mio Justin Morrison Brent Mowery Gustav Olofsson* Mark Olsen Scott Owens Chase Perry Toby Petersen Richard Petiot Derek Pizzey Trevor Pochipinski Chic Pojar* Scott Polaski Jody Praznik*

Detroit Red Wings Dallas Stars Vancouver Canucks Pittsburgh Penguins Hartford Whalers Pittsburgh Penguins New Jersey Devils Pittsburgh Penguins Buffalo Sabres Atlanta Flames Vancouver Canucks Los Angeles Kings St. Louis Blues New York Rangers Vancouver Canucks Edmonton Oilers Minnesota North Stars Detroit Red Wings Colorado Avalanche New York Islanders Chicago Blackhawks Hartford Whalers Phoenix Coyotes Montreal Canadiens Vancouver Canucks Tampa Bay Lightning Pittsburgh Penguins Detroit Red Wings Winnipeg Jets New Jersey Devils Quebec Nordiques Pittsburgh Penguins Nashville Predators New Jersey Devils New Jersey Devils Vancouver Canucks St. Louis Blues Minnesota North Stars Calgary Flames Chicago Blackhawks Calgary Flames Chicago Blackhawks Vancouver Canucks Winnipeg Jets Minnesota Wild Calgary Flames Colorado Rockies Detroit Red Wings Pittsburgh Penguins Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks Phoenix Coyotes Detroit Red Wings

1992 2006 1995 1987 1986 1990 1988 1990 1981 1977 1984 1999 1969 2002 1995 2000 1976 1986 1994 1990 1978 1993 2012 1981 2005 2003 1990 1975 2011 1999 1991 1983 2013 1986 1993 1980 1980 1975 1998 2004 2002 1974 1998 1985 2013 1986 1979 2014 1998 2001 1987 1986 1988 2001 1988

11 4 7 (S) 11 12 (S) 6 3 5 11 9 7 7 9 7 7 (S) 7 10 6 (S) 6 9 6 8 11 11 7 7 (S) 9 5 12 9 6 9 8 3 6 6 7 3 7 2 8 (S) 5 9 4 (S) 8 8 6 9

262 120 170 (9) 221 236 (17) 110 64 82 219 250 73 226 222 211 111 (6) 165 195 96 (6) 158 187 185 256 205 176 187 214 (8) 163 140 236 221 133 180 130 62 165 176 124 81 144 46 163 136 244 116 170 155 180 185 continued next page

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NHL DRAFT PICKS FROM CC (CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE)

SCOTT POLASKI Drafted 2001

COLIN STUART Drafted 2001

JOEY CRABB Drafted 2002

BRADY GRECO Drafted 2003

PLAYER

DRAFTED BY

YEAR

ROUND/TEAM PICK

OVERALL PICK

Chad Rau Mike Reilly Brian Salcido Colin Schmidt Scott Schneider Jaden Schwartz* Jaccob Slavin* Greg Smith Brett Sterling Colin Stuart Peter Stoykewych Mark Stuart Mike Stuart Brian Swanson Scott Swanson Bill Sweatt Glenn Van Chris Venkus Jim Warner Gord Whitaker Doug Wieck Jim Wilharm Scott Winkler Bob Winograd Dale Yutsyk Matt Zaba

Toronto Maple Leafs Montreal Canadiens Mighty Ducks of Anaheim Edmonton Oilers Winnipeg Jets St. Louis Blues Carolina Hurricanes California Seals Atlanta Thrashers Atlanta Thrashers Atlanta Thrashers (Winnipeg) Boston Bruins Nashville Predators San Jose Sharks Washington Capitals Chicago Blackhawks Chicago Blackhawks Washington Capitals New York Rangers Winnipeg Jets New York Islanders New York Islanders Dallas Stars St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues Los Angeles Kings

2005 1977 2005 1992 1984 2010 2012 1975 2003 2001 2010 2003 2000 1994 1995 2007 1978 1988 1974 1984 1984 1984 2008 1970 1969 2003

7 8 5 8 5 1 4 4 5 5 7 1 5 5 9 2 10 11 23 9 4 6 3 9 6 8

228 140 141 190 93 14 120 57 145 135 199 21 137 115 225 38 164 225 245 177 70 125 89 108 70 231

(S) Selected in supplemental draft

BRETT STERLING Drafted 2003

MARK STUART Drafted 2003

MATT ZABA Drafted 2003

KRIS FREDHEIM Drafted 2005

RICHARD BACHMAN Drafted 2006

BILL SWEATT Drafted 2007

* Left or transferred from CC before completing eligibility

Current Tigers in bold

Former All-America goalie Richard Bachman, drafted by the Dallas Stars in 2006 and now a member of the Vancouver Canucks organization, returned to his alma mater in 2012 to drop the ceremonial first puck for CC’s home game at The Broadmoor World Arena against eventual national champion Yale University.

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HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL AWARD

The Hobey Baker Memorial Award (HobeyBaker.com), college hockey’s equivalent of the Heismann Trophy in football, is presented annually at a nationally televised ceremony held in conjunction with the NCAA Frozen Four. The award was initiated more than three decades ago, in 1981. Peter Sejna became the first Colorado College player ever to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award after claiming a national scoring title in 2002-03. Marty Sertich became the second Tiger to win the Hobey Baker Award while claiming a national scoring crown in 2004-05.

An impressive field of candidates, representing Division I schools PETER SEJNA

nationwide, typically emerges by mid-season and is narrowed

down to a Top 10 list a week or so before the NCAA playoffs get under way. The Hobey Hat Trick, a list of three finalists who attend

HOBEY BAKER RECIPIENTS

the presentation ceremony, is announced prior to the Frozen Four. The winner is kept secret until the moment his name is announced

YEAR 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

at the ceremony. Colorado College has

MARTY SERTICH

produced two recipients of the coveted award, with Peter Sejna emerging as CC’s first winner in 2003 and Marty Sertich following suit in 2005. Each earned the distinction during his junior season as a Tiger, en route to claiming a national scoring championship and All-America honors. Teammate Brett Sterling joined Sertich, who also was honored among the Top 10 finalists a year later, in the Hobey Hat Trick group in ’05. The Tigers have consistently put forth candidates for the Hobey Baker Award since the mid-1990s as former All-Americans Peter Geronazzo (1996), Jay McNeill (1996), Brian Swanson (1999) and Tom Preissing (2003) all have advanced to the Top 10.

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PLAYER SCHOOL Neal Broten ...........................................................................................Minnesota George McPhee .......................................................................Bowling Green State Mark Fusco ................................................................................................Harvard Tom Kurvers.................................................................................Minnesota Duluth Bill Watson...................................................................................Minnesota Duluth Scott Fusco ................................................................................................Harvard Tony Hrkac .........................................................................................North Dakota Robb Stauber..........................................................................................Minnesota Lane MacDonald.........................................................................................Harvard Kip MIller ........................................................................................Michigan State David Emma ...................................................................................Boston College Scott Pellerin.................................................................................................Maine Paul Kariya ...................................................................................................Maine Chris Marinucci ...........................................................................Minnesota Duluth Brian Holzinger.........................................................................Bowling Green State Brian Bonin.............................................................................................Minnesota Brendan Morrison .....................................................................................Michigan Chris Drury ...................................................................................Boston University Jason Krog .....................................................................................New Hampshire Mike Mottau ....................................................................................Boston College Ryan Miller.......................................................................................Michigan State Jordan Leopold .......................................................................................Minnesota Peter Sejna ..............................................................................Colorado College Junior Lessard .............................................................................Minnesota Duluth Marty Sertich...........................................................................Colorado College Matt Carle ...................................................................................................Denver Ryan Duncan ......................................................................................North Dakota Kevin Porter..............................................................................................Michigan Matt Gilroy....................................................................................Boston University Blake Geoffrion........................................................................................Wisconsin Andy Miele....................................................................................................Miami Jack Connolly...............................................................................Minnesota Duluth Drew LeBlanc...................................................................................St. Cloud State Johnny Gaudreau .............................................................................Boston College Jack Eichel ...................................................................................Boston University Jimmy Vesey ..............................................................................................Harvard


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Photo by Ernie Ferguson

JAY McNEILL ’96

Photo by Mark Hicks/Westside Photographic

Photo by Ed Goldstein

PETER GERONAZZO ’96

BRIAN SWANSON ’99

Past CC Hobey Baker Finalists

TOM PREISSING ’03

HOCKEY HUMANITARIAN AWARD

Three former Colorado College players – Jay McNeill in 1995, Peter

YEAR 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

Geronazzo in 1996, and Brian Swanson in 1997 and 1999 – were named finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award before Peter Sejna became the first Tiger ever to win it in 2003. CC’s Tom Preissing also was a finalist during the 2002-03 season.

PLAYER SCHOOL J.P. McKersie .......................................................................Boston University Blake Sloan .....................................................................................Michigan Erik Raygor ....................................................................................Wisconsin Kristine Pierce ..........................................................................................RIT James Leger ........................................................................................Maine Jason Cupp.........................................................................Nebraska-Omaha Rocky Ray Reeves ......................................................................Buffalo State Sam Paolini ........................................................................................Cornell Chandra Gunn............................................................................Northeastern Sarah Carlson .........................................................................Boston College Eric Leroux......................................................................................Princeton Kristin Savard..........................................................................................Yale William Bruce .......................................................................Williams College Missy Elumba.............................................................................Northeastern Ethan Cox ..........................................................................................Colgate Brooks Dyroff .........................................................................Boston College Aleca Hughes..........................................................................................Yale Tucker Mullin.....................................................................St. Anselm College Jeffrey Repucci..............................................................................Holy Cross Brittany Ammerman........................................................................Wisconsin Chris Dylewski .................................................................................Air Force

Note: Two Colorado College players – Brian Swanson in 1999 and Toby Petersen in 2000 – have been nominated for the Hockey Humanitarian Award.

TOBY PETERSEN ’00

BRETT STERLING ’05 CC’s leading scorer earned First-Team All-America honors for the second consecutive season as a senior in 2005-06. His 108 career goals ranks third all-time at Colorado College. He joined teammate Marty Sertich as a “Hobey Hat Trick’ finalist in 2005.

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2016-17 ROSTER

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 39

PLAYER Alex Leclerc Trevor Gooch Kristian Blumenschein Duggie Lagrone Cole McCaskill Nate Kwiecinski David Radke Luc Gerdes Sam Rothstein Tanner Ockey Christian Heil Bryce Van Horn Nick Halloran Trey Bradley Mason Bergh Teemu Kivihalme Westin Michaud Branden Makara James Martello Alex Pernitsky Zach Aman Cole Josefchak Matt Hansen Kade Kehoe Alex Berardinelli Maxime St. Pierre Ben Israel Alex Roos Gregg Burmaster Derek Shatzer Jacob Nehama Andrew Farny

POS G F D D D D D F F F F F F F F D F F F D F D F F F F D F F G G D

Head Coach: Mike Haviland (Elmira College, ’90) Assistant Coach: Gene Reilly (Elmira College, ’86) Assistant Coach: R.J. Enga (Colorado College, ’95)

HGT 5-10 6-1 5-10 5-9 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-9 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-9 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-9

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

HOMETOWN Longueuil, Quebec Mantua, NJ Kelowna, B.C. Plano, TX Kamloops, B.C. Livonia, MI Orinda, CA Eden Prairie, MN Minnetonka, MN Calgary, Alberta Westminster, CO Kimball, MI Draper, UT Tampa, FL Eden Prairie, MN Savage, MN Cloquet, MN Gloucester, Ontario Rumson, NJ Unity, Saskatchewan Johnstown, PA Calgary, Alberta St. Cloud, MN Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Pittsburgh, PA Orleans, Ontario Bloomfield Hills, MI Prairie Grove, IL Clinton, NY Highlands Ranch, CO Allen, TX Steamboat Springs, CO

LAST TEAM Lloydminster Bobcats Philadelphia Elite Flyers West Kelowna Warriors Fairbanks Ice Dogs Prince George Spruce Kings Chicago Steel Soo ThunderbirdsJamestown Ironmen Sioux Falls Stampede Okotoks Oilers Muskegon Lumberjacks Carleton Place Canadians Trail Smoke Eaters Sioux Falls Stampede Chicago Steel Fargo Force Corpus Christi IceRays Cumberland Grads Jersey Hitmen Lloydminster Bobcats Indiana Ice Lloydminster Bobcats Alberni Valley Bulldogs Cowichan Valley Capitals Lone Star Brahmas Carleton Place Canadians Jersey Hitmen Chicago Steel Philadelphia Elite Flyers Rochester Jr. Americans Dubuque Fighting Saints Salmon Arm Silverbacks

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Director of Hockey Operations / Video Coordinator: Ben Bransfield (UMass-Lowell, ’14) Volunteer Assistant Coach / Goaltenders: Matt Zaba (Colorado College, ’07)

PLAYER PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

LECLERC, Alex......................................................................................Luh-CLARE GOOCH, Trevor............................................................................................GOOCH BLUMENSCHEIN, Kristian ............................................................BLOOM-en-shine LAGRONE, Duggie.................................................................DOO-gee Luh-GROAN MCCASKILL, Cole...........................................................................Mick-CASK-uhl KWIECINSKI, Nate..............................................................................Quiz-IN-skee RADKE, David.........................................................................................RADD-key GERDES, Luc...............................................................................LUKE GURR-duss ROTHSTEIN, Sam ...............................................................................ROTH-steen OCKEY, Tanner ...........................................................................................OAK-ee HEIL, Christian ................................................................................................HILE VANHORN, Bryce ...................................................................................Van-HORN HALLORAN, Nick....................................................................................HAL-or-un BRADLEY, Trey........................................................................................BRAD-lee BERGH, Mason..............................................................................................BERG KIVIHALME, Teemu .......................................................TEE-moo Kiv-ee-HALL-me

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MICHAUD, Westin ...............................................................................Mih-SHAWD MAKARA, Branden...........................................................................Muh-CARE-uh MARTELLO, James ...........................................................................Marr-TELL-oh PERNITSKY, Alex..............................................................................Pur-NITT-skee AMAN, Zach .............................................................................................AH-mun JOSEFCHAK, Cole ...........................................................................JOE-siff-chack HANSEN, Matt..........................................................................................HAN-sun KEHOE, Kade ............................................................................................KEE-hoe BERARDINELLI, Alex ...............................................................Bur-ARE-dih-nell-ee ST. PIERRE, Maxime ..........................................................MAX-imm SAINT p-YAIR ISRAEL, Ben ..........................................................................................IZZ-ray-ell ROOS, Alex ..................................................................................................ROOZ BURMASTER, Gregg ......................................................................BURR-mass-ter SHATZER, Derek .....................................................................................SHAT-zur NEHAMA, Jacob ..............................................................................Nuh-HAHM-uh FARNY, Andrew ........................................................................................FAR-nee


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HOMETOWN.....................................................................................Minnetonka, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................177 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH..................................................Sioux Falls Stampede/Cary Eades

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 33 games … scored career-high two goals in 43 victory over Air Force … notched career-high two assists in 5-5 tie at No. 2 North Dakota … two goals and an assist in series at Alabama Huntsville … recorded a goal and an assist in 5-2 victory at #4 St. Cloud State … scored a shorthanded, empty-net goal in 5-1 victory over Omaha … tied for third on team with nine assists … career-high +4 at Alabama Huntsville … recorded primary assist on game-winning goal vs. Miami on Dec. 4 … member of the NCHC all-academic team. 2014-15: Appeared in 33 games … finished fifth on the team with 14 points (6g,8a) … scored first goal of season at Minnesota Duluth … tied for team lead and 13th in the NCHC with four power-play goals … two goals and an assist in two-game series at eventual national champion Providence … goal and assist three times … named to the NCHC all-academic team. 2013-14: Finished second among all CC rookies with 20 points … recorded at least one point in 19 outings while appearing in all but two of the team’s 37 games ... also finished second among all CC players with 14 assists, including one on classmate Alex Roos’ game-winning goal in overtime of a 3-2 NCHC playoff victory at North Dakota.

Before Colorado College:

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Collected 49 points (20g,29a) in 67 games with Sioux Falls of the United States Hockey League in 2012-13, helping the Stampede win a regularseason title in the USHL’s Western Conference before falling to Fargo in the Clark Cup semifinals ... recorded 12 of his assists, as well as three goals, on the power play...amassed 56 points in 28 games and earned second-team all-state honors as a senior at Minnetonka (Minn.) High School in 2011-12.

Personal: Born Samuel Francis Rothstein, son of Tom and Molly Rothstein of Shorewood, Minnesota ... his dad played hockey at the University of Minnesota, one uncle (Bill) at Notre Dame and another (John) at Minnesota Duluth, while a cousin (Andrew Alberts) currently skates for the Vancouver Canucks of the NHL ... enjoys playing pickup football and spending time on the lake during the summer. 33


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2 8 11 21

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HOMETOWN ....................................................................................Eden Prairie, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................166 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH.................................................Jamestown Ironmen/Dan Daikawa

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in all 36 games … career-high three points (1g,2a) and +4 in 5-2 victory at Alabama Huntsville on Dec. 18 … career-high two goals at Denver, the team’s first multi-goal game of season … goal and assist vs. Air Force (11-28), at UND (1-22) and vs. Omaha (1-29) … first career game-winning goal vs. Omaha on Jan. 29 … three assists in series vs. Miami, including two in first game … assisted on both of Hunter Fejes’ game-winning goals vs. the RedHawks … finished second on team with 18 points and 11 assists … member of the NCHC all-academic team for the third consecutive season. 2014-15: Appeared in 34 of the team’s 35 games … posted careerhighs of four goals, eight assists and 12 points … came on strong at the end of the season, notching seven points (3g,4a) in his last 10 games … scored first career shorthanded goal vs. Miami on Feb. 13 and first career power play goal vs. Western Michigan later in the month … posted a career-high four-game point streak late in the campaign … career-high two assists and +3 at Providence on Jan. 3 … named to NCHC all-academic team. 2013-14: Appeared in 12 games, but made an impact toward the end of the season … assisted on Charlie Taft’s game-winning tally

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before scoring a goal of his own early in the third period of a 3-0 victory over Western Michigan ... improved with every outing in which he appeared, emerging as one of CC’s most consistent players in its first-round playoff series at North Dakota ... one of 17 Tigers named to the NCHC's inaugural All-Academic Team.

Before Colorado College:

Personal:

A two-year veteran of the North American Hockey League, he led the

Son of Tom and Peggy Gerdes of Eden Prairie, Minnesota ... enjoys

Jamestown Ironmen with 55 points (28g,27a), eight game-winning

playing golf, wake surfing and spending time at his family’s cabin

goals and a +19 in 69 games overall during the 2012-13 season ...

during the off-season ... favorite food is his mother's enchiladas …

helped the Ironmen sweep the Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings and the Soo

favorite book is Open by Andre Agassi … person in history he

Eagles en route to winning the league’s North Division title ... made

would most like to meet is Alexander Hamilton … favorite sport

his NAHL debut with the Topeka Roadrunners in 2011-12 after play-

other than hockey is golf … favorite movie is Tommy Boy … credits

ing three seasons of prep hockey for Eden Prairie (Minn.) High School.

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HOMETOWN ..................................................................................Johnstown, Pennsylvania HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................189 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR............................................................................................................Biochemistry PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ..................................................................Indiana Ice/Jeff Brown

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 10 games while battling injuries once again … notched first point of season with an assist vs. St. Cloud State on March 4 … attempted a season-high four shots at Alabama Huntsville on Dec. 19 ... member of NCHC all-academic team for third consecutive season. 2014-15: Appeared in 22 games before suffering a season-ending knee injury … scored his first goal of the season at Providence on Jan. 3 … also scored goal and added assist at UConn three nights later for the first multi-point game of his career … career-high +2 in season-opener vs. Alabama-Huntsville … career-high six shots at North Dakota … member of NCHC all-academic team. 2013-14: Battled injuries during his freshman season to appear in 18 outings ... scored a goal at Clarkson University in his collegiate debut on Oct. 25, then added an assist against NCHC regularseason champion St. Cloud State a month later ... one of 17 Tigers named to the league’s inaugural All-Academic Team.

Before Colorado College: Collected 22 points (7g,15a) in 42 games for the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League in 2012-13, his rookie season in the

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USHL ... played alongside teammate Hunter Fejes at Shattuck-St. Mary’s prep school in Minnesota, where the two helped the Sabres win a national championship in 2012.

Personal: Son of Terry and Heidi Aman ... enjoys playing the guitar, as well as fishing and golfing, in his leisure time ... favorite food is chicken parmesan … favorite TV show is How I Met Your Mother … person in history he would most like to meet is Steve Jobs … favorite sport other than hockey is baseball … greatest moment in sports was winning the U18 national championship with Shattuck St. Mary's … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Jonathan Toews ... an honor student in high school.

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HOMETOWN.........................................................................................St. Cloud, Minnesota HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-10 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................178 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ............................................Alberni Valley Bulldogs/Kevin Willison

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 33 games … career-high four goals during the season … scored first goal of season at Alabama Huntsville on Dec. 18 … notched first career multi-point game (1g,1a) vs. St. Cloud State … scored power-play goal against Denver and at No. 2 North Dakota during NCHC quarterfinal series … first point of season with an assist at Denver … also posted an assist against Miami and St. Cloud State … career-high six shots at Alabama Huntsville and vs. St. Cloud State … notched half of his points (2g,2a) in the final two weekends ... member of NCHC all-academic team. 2014-15: Appeared in 32 games … posted career-highs of seven assists and 10 points … scored three of his goals in three straight games leading up to the last game of the season … one of three Tigers to score a goal in three straight games … season-high five shots at New Hampshire and North Dakota … notched half of his points (3g,2a) in his last six games. 2013-14: One of the team’s quickest players, he spent most of his freshman season battling injuries ... was in the lineup for three of CC’s victories, scoring the go-ahead goal in a 4-2 victory over Nebraska Omaha in early December before picking up an assist in a 3-3 tie with the Mavericks a night later ... among 17 Tigers named to

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the NCHC's inaugural All-Academic Team.

Before Colorado College: Recorded 46 points (18g,28a) in 52 games overall in 2012-13, helping the Alberni Valley Bulldogs reach the Coastal Conference finals of the British Columbia Hockey League playoffs ... spent the 2011-12 season with the Austin Bruins of the North American Hockey League, collecting 39 points (13g,26a) in 43 outings with a +7 rating, after helping the

Mother … person in history he would most like to meet is Wayne

Cedar Rapids Roughriders win the USHL’s Anderson Cup a year earlier.

Gretzky … favorite sport other than hockey is golf … greatest

Personal:

moment in sports was winning the Gold Pan … started playing

Son of Brad and Sue Hansen of Maple Grove, Minnesota ... an avid

hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the Chicago

golfer who also lists eating as one of his top-rated interests ...

Blackhawks and favorite player is Artemi Panarin.

favorite food is chocolate … favorite TV show is How I Met Your

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GOALS 1

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1

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7

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2 4

2 8

4 12

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HOMETOWN ......................................................................................Westminster, Colorado HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................181 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ..........................................Muskegon Lumberjacks/Jim McKenzie

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 28 games … scored first goal of season with shorthanded tally at North Dakota … one of CC’s two SHG during the season … also scored and had season-high three shots in 5-1 victory over Omaha … recorded an assist in each game at Minnesota Duluth. 2014-15: One of five Tigers to appear in all 35 games … notched career-high six assists and seven points … posted only goal and an assist in 4-3 win over Alabama-Huntsville in second game of the season … assisted on Scott Wamsganz’ game-winning goal vs. Wisconsin … finished fifth on the team with 66 shots … career-high eight shots in season opener vs. Alabama-Huntsville … career-high three-game point streak started in late February … named to the NCHC all-academic team. 2013-14: Skated in 26 games, including one as a defenseman, during his freshman season ... first career goal was the game-winner in the third period of a 3-2 victory at Denver in late February that ignited a weekend sweep and helped CC reclaim possession of the Gold Pan.

Before Colorado College: Collected 10 points (6g,4a) in 20 games for the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the United States Hockey League in 2012-13 after

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being traded from the Chicago Steel late during his second USHL season ... scored 16 goals in 30 outings with Chicago before the swap after recording 19 points (8g,11a) in 55 appearances as a rookie in 2011-12 ... selected for the league’s 2013 “Top NHL Prospects” game.

Personal: Son of Brian and Tammy Heil of Westminster, Colorado ... enjoys playing golf in his leisure time ... favorite food is pasta … person in history he would most like to meet is Ronald Reagan … favorite sport other than hockey is golf … greatest moment in sports was winning the USA Hockey U16 national championship … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the Colorado Avalanche and favorite player is Ryan Kessler.

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28 / ALEX ROOS / SENIOR / FORWARD SEASON

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HOMETOWN .........................................................................................Prairie Grove, Illinois HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................174 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH......................................................Chicago Steel/Scott McConnell

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 35 games … notched first point of season with an assist vs. UMass in the season’s first game … scored first goal of season at Western Michigan … also scored at Minnesota Duluth … recorded season-high four shots vs. Boston College … member of NCHC all-academic team for third consecutive year. 2014-15: One of five Tigers to appear in all 35 games … finished the season with three goals and three assists … scored a goal in 4-3 victory over Alabama-Huntsville in second game of season … also scored at Boston College and North Dakota … posted an assist in each game during two-game series with eventual national champion Providence … season-high and tied career-high with +2 vs. Nebraska Omaha … named to NCHC all-academic team. 2013-14: Played in 35 of CC’s 37 games … factored in on the gamewinning goal in four of the team’s seven victories, scoring a pair in late-season victories over Denver and North Dakota after assisting on two against Nebraska Omaha and DU ... his game-winner against UND came in sudden-death overtime of Game 2 of the teams’ firstround NCHC playoff series ... his 10 tallies overall ranked second on the team to senior left wing Alexander Krushelnyski’s 11, and his 17 points were the fourth most among all Tigers ... one of 17 CC play-

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ers named to the new league’s inaugural All-Academic Team.

Before Colorado College: A teammate of Jaccob Slavin with the United States Hockey League’s Chicago Steel for two seasons, Roos collected 47 points (23g,24a) in 64 games in 2012-13 ... four of his tallies were game winners while seven came on the power play ... recorded 22 points (11g,11a) in 25 appearances as a USHL rookie with the Steel in 2011-12 after lead-

golf in his leisure time ... favorite food is deep dish pizza … favorite

ing an Illinois midget major league in scoring earlier that season ...

book is The Great Gatsby ... person in history he would most like to

previously helped Prairie Ridge High School (Crystal Lake, Ill.) win

meet is Wayne Gretzky … favorite movie is Wedding Crashers …

two state championships.

favorite TV show is Entourage … greatest moment in sports was winning the Gold Pan as a freshman … favorite sport other than hockey

Personal:

is golf … credits his parents with the biggest influence on his athletic

Son of Scott and Colleen Roos of Prairie Grove, Illinois ... his dad also

career … started playing hockey at age four… favorite professional team

played hockey through the junior level ... enjoys fishing and playing

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HOMETOWN ...............................................................................Highlands Ranch, Colorado HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................149 CATCHES ......................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ............................................Rochester Jr. Americans/Patrick Tabb

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in first career game in relief effort vs. Omaha on Jan. 30 … made eight saves and did not allow a goal in third period vs. the Mavericks … first career start vs. St. Cloud State on March 5 … career-high 24 saves against the Huskies … made 13 saves and allowed one goal in final two periods at No. 2 North Dakota in the NCHC quarterfinal series. 2014-15: Did not appear in a varsity game 2013-14: Joined the Tigers midway through the season and did not appear in a varsity game.

Before Colorado College: Joined the Tigers midway through his second season with the Rochester Jr. Americans of the Junior A Tier III United States Premier Hockey League ... was 6-0-1 with a 2.27 goals against average and a .911 saves percentage the first half of the 2013-14 campaign ... also an alumnus of the Colorado Thunderbirds, a Denver-area club for which fellow senior Christian Heil and current Carolina Hurricane defenseman Jaccob Slavin played.

Personal: Son of Mike and Kathy Shatzer of Highlands Ranch, Colorado ...

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enjoys snowboarding and wakeboarding, as well as playing golf and the guitar, in his leisure time ... favorite food is salmon … favorite book is Into Thin Air … person in history he would most like to meet is Elon Musk … favorite TV show is The Office … greatest moment in sports was winning the Gold Pan … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite professional team is the Colorado Avalanche and favorite player is Jonathan Quick.

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16 / TEEMU KIVIHALME / JUNIOR / DEFENSEMAN SEASON

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5 3 8

6 12 18

11 15 26

5/10 14/28 19/38

HOMETOWN ...........................................................................................Savage, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................174 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR.....................................................................................................................History PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ...............................................................Fargo Force/John Marks

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in all 36 games … finished tied for fourth on team with 15 points (3g,12a) … led squad with 12 assists … scored a goal and two assists in series at St. Cloud State, including 1g,1a in 52 victory on Jan. 9 … also had a goal and an assist vs. UMass on Oct. 10 … recorded an assist each game at Minnesota Duluth … finished second on the team with 89 shots … career-high eight shots at Alabama Huntsville. 2014-15: One of five Tigers to appear in all 35 games … led all CC rookies with 11 points (5g,6a) … finished fourth in the NCHC in scoring and third in goals among freshmen defensemen … scored a goal in his first career game vs. Alabama-Huntsville … career-high two assists against Western Michigan in late February … posted a goal and an assist in early home series vs. North Dakota … also scored at New Hampshire and Western Michigan … scored in season finale at North Dakota.

Before Colorado College: Collected 12 points (3g,9a) in 47 appearances with the Fargo Force in 2013-14, his rookie season in the United States Hockey League ... played for Burnsville High School for three previous campaigns, serving as team captain for the Blaze in 2012-13 when he set a school

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record with seven points in one game while earning all-conference, all-metro and all-state accolades ... helped Team USA win a championship at the World Junior A Challenge in November 2013 ... fifth-round draft pick of the NHL’s Nashville Predators in June 2013.

Personal: Son of Janne and Shanda Kivihalme of Savage, Minnesota...his

favorite sport other than hockey is soccer … credits his father with

father Janne, a native of Oulu, Finland, was a two-time NCAA

the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey

Division III All-American at the University of Wisconsin-Superior

at age three … favorite professional team is the Nashville Predators

and Teemu’s head coach at Burnsville High School for three seasons

and favorite player is Erik Karlsson.

... favorite food is tacos … favorite TV show is The Office … person in history he would most like to meet is Chris Farley … greatest moment in sports was getting drafted by the Nashville Predators ...

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4 / DUGGIE LAGRONE / JUNIOR / DEFENSEMAN SEASON

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0 3 3

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HOMETOWN .....................................................................................................Plano, Texas HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................180 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH.................................................Fairbanks Ice Dogs/Trevor Stewart

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 16 games … posted the first points of his career with two assists at Air Force … also had an assist vs. St. Cloud State … attempted a career-high three shots in 2-1 victory over Miami. 2014-15: Appeared in 17 games, including several late in the season as a forward … missed several games during the middle portion of the campaign due to an injury … attempted season-high two shots in first career game vs. Alabama-Huntsville … first career start at Minnesota Duluth on Dec. 6 and tied season-high with two shots.

Before Colorado College: Helped the Fairbanks Ice Dogs win the Robertson Cup as the North American Hockey League national champion for the second time in four years … collected 35 points (18g,17a) in 70 games overall including eight (1g,7a) in 14 NAHL playoff outings ... played for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League in 2011-12.

Personal: Son of Don and Paula Lagrone of Plano, Texas ... given name is Donald ... enjoys skiing, as well as playing cards and golf, in his leisure time ... favorite food is steak … favorite book is Outliers … person in history he would most like to meet is Sam Houston … favorite TV show is

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Friday Night Lights … favorite sport other than hockey is baseball … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age five… favorite professional team is the Dallas Stars and favorite player is John Klingberg.

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39 / ANDREW FARNY / SOPHOMORE / ASSISTANT CAPTAIN / DEFENSEMAN SEASON

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PEN/MIN

2015-16 TOTALS

34 34

3 3

9 9

12 12

3/6 3/6

HOMETOWN ............................................................................Steamboat Springs, Colorado HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................170 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ....................................................Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 34 games … scored first two goals of his career at Western Michigan on Dec. 11 … posted an assist against the Broncos the following night … also scored at second-ranked North Dakota … career-high two assists in 3-2 victory at home over Miami … had an assist in each game vs. UMass in season-opening series … tied for third on team with nine assists … career-high five shots vs. Boston College … career-high four-game point streak (Dec. 5 to Dec. 18).

Before Colorado College: Posted 76 points (18g,58a) in 107 games the last two seasons with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the British Columbia Hockey League … led the BCHL in goals (14) and points (49) by a defenseman … paced the Silverbacks with 10 power-play goals in ’14-15 … named the BCHL’s top defenseman and an all-BCHL first-team selection ... lettered four years in lacrosse and one in hockey at Shattuck – St. Mary’s … named best all-around male athlete at the school in 2013 … member of National Honor Society.

Personal: Parents are Mike and Sheila Farny … has one brother, Luke … his father was a member of the U.S. National Ski Team … hobbies

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include skiing, mountain biking and kayaking … favorite food is spaghetti … favorite book is The Emerald Mile … person in history he would most like to meet is Kenton Grua … favorite sport other than hockey is skiing … favorite movie is The Longest Ride … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite professional team is the Colorado Avalanche and favorite player is Niklas Hjalmarsson.

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15 / MASON BERGH / SOPHOMORE / FORWARD SEASON

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PEN/MIN

2015-16 TOTALS

35 35

4 4

9 9

13 13

8/27 8/27

HOMETOWN ...................................................................................Eden Prairie, Minnesota. HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................173 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH....................................................................Chicago Steel (USHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 35 games … scored first goal of his career and added an assist at Air Force … tied for second on the team with three power-play goals, scoring against Omaha, Miami and St. Cloud State … career-high two assists vs. UMass in the first game of the season and at Western Michigan … career-high four shots at Air Force … career-high +2 at Air Force and at St. Cloud State.

Before Colorado College: Led the Chicago Steel and finished ninth in the USHL with 61 points (21g,40a) in 54 games … scored seven power-play and two game-winning goals … notched 25 points (11g,14a) in 58 games for the Steel in ’13-14 when he played for current CC assistant coach R.J. Enga, who was an assistant coach with the Steel … third-team all-USHL selection in ’14-15 … three-year letterwinner at Eden Prairie High School … posted 71 points (32g,39a) in 62 career games … helped team to state championship as a sophomore … all-state selection and two-time all-conference pick … was the 21st overall pick in the 2013 USHL Entry Draft.

Personal: Parents are Myles and Peri Bergh … has one sister, Maddie … enjoys

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golfing and hanging out with friends in his spare time … favorite food is sushi … favorite book is Harry Potter … person in history he would most like to meet is Chris Farley … favorite TV shows are Entourage and The Office … greatest moment in sports was winning the state championship in high school … favorite sport other than hockey is soccer… credits his parents with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite professional team is the Minnesota Wild and favorite player is Sidney Crosby.

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14 / TREY BRADLEY / SOPHOMORE / FORWARD SEASON

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2015-16 TOTALS

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9 9

7 7

16 16

8/27 8/27

HOMETOWN..................................................................................................Tampa, Florida HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-11 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................145 CATCHES ......................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ........................................................Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 33 games … finished second on team with nine goals and third with 16 points … scored career-high two goals at Western Michigan on Dec. 12 … goal and assist in series against Air Force, at North Dakota and at Minnesota Duluth … named NCHC Rookie of the Week after Air Force series … led team with four power-play goals … scored goal in each game of first career series vs. UMass … assisted on two of older brother Cody’s goals … career-high five shots at Western Michigan on Dec. 12.

Before Colorado College: Split time this season between the Youngstown Phantoms and the Sioux Falls Stampede of the USHL … had 23 points (4g,19a) in 35 games this season for the Phantoms, then added seven assists in 20 games with Sioux Falls … helped the Stampede capture the Clark Cup championship … notched 21 points (7g,14a) in 32 games for Youngstown … also had 28 points in 26 games for the Wenatchee Wild (NAHL) in ’13-14 … drafted in the ninth round by the Phantoms of the 2013 USHL Entry Draft.

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Parents are Brian and Carrie Bradley … has one sister, Brianne, and one brother, Cody, who was a 2016 graduate of CC and played on the hockey team … his father played 14 years in the National Hockey League before retiring in 1998 with 503 career points (182g,321a), two NHL All-Star selections and seven assists for Canada in the 1988 Winter Olympic Games … planning to major in economics … favorite food is the burgers at Rastall … favorite TV show is The Office … person in history he would most like to meet Martin Luther King, Jr. … favorite sport other than hockey is soccer … greatest moment in sports was winning the USHL league championship … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the Tampa Bay Lightning and favorite player is Nikita Kucherov.

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HOMETOWN .............................................................................................Clinton, New York HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................179 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ...................................................Philadelphia Elite Flyers (USPHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 25 games … scored first career point with an assist vs. Air Force … also had assist at Minnesota Duluth and collected the helper on Cole McCaskill’s goal in “Battle on Blake” game vs. Denver … career-high three shots vs. Minnesota Duluth on Nov. 20.

Before Colorado College: Finished second on the Philadelphia Elite Flyers and tied for 10th in the USPHL with 53 points (20g,35a) in 50 games … had four goals and one assist in six playoff games … helped team to the USPHL runner-up finish … scored 17 points (8g,9a) in 35 games for the Islanders Hockey Club of the same league the previous year … lettered two years in hockey and golf at Kimball Union Academy … notched 51 points (25g,26a) in 61 games during his two seasons … member of the Under-18 national championship team with the Newport Valley River Rats.

Personal: Parents are Chuck and Rebecca Burmaster … has one sister, Karlee … planning to major in economics … hobbies include golfing and water skiing … favorite food is salmon … favorite movie is Lone Survivor … person in history he would most like to meet is George Washington … favorite TV show is Breaking Bad … is a competitive

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water skier … favorite sport other than hockey is water skiing … credits his family with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age two … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Sidney Crosby.

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HOMETOWN .........................................................................................Mantua, New Jersey HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................191 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ...................................................Philadelphia Elite Flyers (USPHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in all 36 games … scored goal and added an assist, all in third period, in 5-1 victory over Omaha … career-high two assists in 5-2 win at No. 4 St. Cloud State … scored first career goal against UMass in first career game … also scored against UMass-Lowell … career-high seven shots in first game against UMass … finished fourth on the team with 71 shots.

Before Colorado College: Led the USPHL with 35 goals in 46 games … led team and finished sixth in the league with 65 points (35g,30a) … also led the league with seven game-winning goals … had one goal and four assists in six playoff games … recorded 43 points (21g,22a) in 45 games for the Flyers in ’13-14, including a goal and an assist in three playoff games … four-year letterwinner in hockey at St. Augustine Prep … helped team to league championship as a sophomore … second-team allleague selection ... member of Spanish National Honor Society.

Personal: Parents are Mike and Eileen Gooch … has five siblings, Mike, David, Jake, J’Lynn and Kerynn … his brother Mike played in the East Coast Hockey League and his brother David won a Division III national

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championship at Neumann University … planning to major in economics … hobbies include jet skiing and fishing … favorite food is filet mignon … favorite book is 24 hours … person in history he would most like to meet is Teddy Roosevelt … favorite TV show is The Last Ship … favorite sport other than hockey is football … credits his older brothers with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Jaromir Jagr.

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HOMETOWN .................................................................................Bloomfield Hills, Michigan HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-11 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................185 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH..........................................................New Jersey Hitmen (USPHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 32 games … first career goal and career-high +3 in 5-2 victory at No. 4 St. Cloud State … recorded first multi-point game of his career (1g,1a) vs. St. Cloud State on March 4 … first career point with an assist vs. UMass in second career game … also had an assist at Air Force, Alabama Huntsville and No. 2 North Dakota in NCHC quarterfinal series … career-high four shots vs. UMass.

Before Colorado College: Helped the Hitmen capture the 2015 Dineen Cup (USPHL’s Premier Division Championship) with one goal and six assists in six playoff games … had 28 points (3g,25a) in 35 games during the regular season … played in the USPHL All-Star game … recorded 19 points in 18 games for the Hitmen in ’13-14, splitting time with the Coquitlam Express of the BCHL.

Personal: Parents are Dan and Cyndi Israel … has one sister, Leah … planning to major in economics … hobbies include snowboarding, and hanging out with friends … favorite food is ice cream … favorite TV show is Entourage … person in history he would most like to meet is Jackie Robinson … greatest moment in sports was winning the USPHL championship ... favorite sport other than hockey is snowboarding …

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credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age six … favorite professional team is the Detroit Red Wings and favorite player is Kris Letang.

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HOMETOWN..............................................................................................Livonia, Michigan HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................190 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH....................................................................Chicago Steel (USHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 30 games … notched first career point with an assist at Western Michigan on Dec. 12 … also posted an assist vs. Omaha … career-highs of four shots at St. Cloud State, +3 at Alabama Huntsville and nine blocked shots at North Dakota.

Before Colorado College: Notched five points (1g,4a) in 41 games for the Chicago Steel of the USHL … recorded the same number of points in 40 games for the Steel in ’13-14 when he played for current CC assistant coach R.J. Enga, who was an assistant coach with the Steel ... member of honor roll all four years at Churchill High School.

Personal: Parents are Jeff and Natalie Kwiecinski … has one sister, Jenna … related to former Michigan football player Chris Hutchinson … hobbies include fishing and golfing … favorite food is sushi … favorite book is Lord of the Rings … person in history he would most like to meet is Muhammad Ali … favorite TV show is Game of Thrones … favorite sport other than hockey is football … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the

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Detroit Red Wings and favorite player is Kris Letang.

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HOMETOWN ........................................................................................Rumson, New Jersey HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-10 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................174 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH..........................................................New Jersey Hitmen (USPHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in four games … did not attempt a shot and committed one penalty vs. UMass-Lowell.

Before Colorado College: Had 50 points (20g,30a) in 49 games, including six (2g,4a) in six playoff games, as the New Jersey Hitmen won the USPHL’s Dineen Cup … tied for third in the league with two shorthanded goals … posted 30 points (10g,20a) in 45 games, including two points in six playoff games, for the Hitmen in ’13-14 ... four-time first-team all-league selection … lettered three years in hockey at Christian Brothers Academy … first-team all-state as a senior when he helped his team to a state runner-up finish … two-time first-team all-conference pick.

Personal: Son of James and Sheila Martello … has two brothers, Thomas and Nicholas … Thomas is a junior and a member of the football team at Princeton … his father, who died in the September 11 attacks, played football at Rutgers University … planning to major in economics … hobbies include snowboarding, jetskiing and golfing … favorite food is sushi … favorite book is Lord of the Rings … person in history he would most like to meet is Heath Ledger … favorite TV shows are Entourage and Suits … greatest moment in sports was winning the

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Dineen Cup … credits his parents with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite professional team is the New York Rangers and favorite player is Patrick Kane.

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HOMETOWN...............................................................................Kamloops, British Columbia HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................178 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH..........................................................Prince George Spruce Kings

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in 30 games … scored first career goal vs. topranked North Dakota on Oct. 30 … also scored CC’s only goal in “Battle on Blake” outdoor game vs. Denver … recorded first career multi-point game (1g,1a) vs. St. Cloud State on March 5 … notched an assist in his first career game vs. UMass … attempted career-high five shots vs. Denver in the outdoor game.

Before Colorado College: Notched 17 points (6g,11a) in 22 games with Prince George after playing 18 games with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks … had one goals and four assists with 10 games with Prince George … named playoff MVP and top defenseman for the Spruce Kings … had 19 points in 47 games for Salmon Arm in ’13-14 … lettered one year in golf at Sa-Hali Secondary School.

Personal: Son of Darryl and Sheri McCaskill … has one brother, Brandon, and one sister, Morgan … his uncle, Rick Boh, is a 1987 graduate of CC and was a four-year letterman in hockey for the Tigers, then played eight games for the Minnesota North Stars in the NHL … related to former Major League pitcher Kirk McCaskill … planning to major in

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mathematics or economics … hobbies include playing golf and tennis … favorite foods are spaghetti and meatballs … favorite movie is Batman: The Dark Knight … person in history he would most like to meet is Terry Fox … favorite book is The Choice … favorite sport other than hockey is golf … credits his parents and grandparents with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age seven … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Kris Letang.

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HOMETOWN...........................................................................................Cloquet, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................176 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH.......................................................Corpus Christi IceRays (NAHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Scored two goals in exhibition game vs. Calgary before suffering season-ending injury prior to the regular season.

Before Colorado College: Led the IceRays and finished third in the NAHL in all scoring categories this season, notching 30 goals and 43 assists for 73 points in 58 games ... also paced the squad with 10 power-play and six gamewinning goals … first-team all-NAHL selection … recorded two assists in two games for the USHL’s Sioux Falls Stampede following the NAHL season … had 13 goals and nine assists for 22 points in 56 games with the IceRays in ’13-14 … letterwinner in hockey, soccer and baseball at Cloquet High School … first-team all-conference in hockey as a junior … member of all-rookie team for soccer.

Personal: Parents are Brian and Shawna Michaud … has four brothers, Beau, Justin, Dylan and Cole, and one sister, McKenzie … his father played hockey at Lake Superior State … planning to major in economics … hobbies include fishing and hiking … favorite food is eggs … favorite TV show is Walking Dead … person in history he would most like to meet is Abraham Lincoln … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite

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professional teams are the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Minnesota Wild and favorite players are Sidney Crosby and Zach Parise.

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GP 26/26 26/26

MIN. 1388 1388

GAA 3.89 3.89

SVS% .894 .894

W-L-T 6-19-0 6-19-0

HOMETOWN ......................................................................................................Allen, Texas HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................165 CATCHES ......................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ....................................................Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Started 26 games … posted his first career victory with 22 saves in 4-3 win over Air Force … 54 total saves in sweep over Miami … named NCHC Rookie of the Week after Miami series … made 81 saves in series split, including 47 in 5-2 victory, at St. Cloud State … named NCHC Goalie of the Week after SCSU series … career-high 52 saves at UMass-Lowell on Oct. 16, the most saves in a game by a CC goalie since March 8, 1997 (Judd Lambert - 60) … 50 saves vs. fifth-ranked St. Cloud State on March 4 … first CC goalie since Derek Pizzey during the 1987-88 campaign ... 34 saves in first career game vs. UMass.

Before Colorado College: Posted a 29-13-4 record in 48 regular-season outings for the Saints … led the USHL in wins and finished second with a 2.31 goals-against average … also recorded a .913 saves percentage … allowed just five goals in a three-game sweep of Cedar Rapids in the first round of the USHL playoffs … led the Fighting Saints to the Cowbell Cup, awarded to the team with the best head-to-head record in Eastern Iowa between Waterloo, Dubuque and Cedar Rapids … split the 2013-14 season between the Lone Star Brahmas of the NAHL and the Lincoln Stars of the USHL … attended the Dallas Stars NHL Developmental

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Camp in the summer of 2015.

Personal: Son of Sam and Karen Nehama … has one brother, Ben … hobbies include hanging out with friends and spending time outdoors … favorite restaurant is Chipotle … favorite TV show is Walking Dead … person in history he would most like to meet is Albert Einstein … favorite movie is Saving Private Ryan … greatest moment in sports was winning the Cowbell Cup … favorite sports other than hockey are football and lacrosse … credits Matt Millar with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age five … favorite professional team is the Dallas Stars and favorite player is Marc-Andre Fleury.

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10 / TANNER OCKEY / SOPHOMORE / FORWARD SEASON

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HOMETOWN ................................................................................................Calgary, Alberta HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-10 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................177 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ...................................................................Okotoks Oilers (AJHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: One of two freshmen to appear in all 36 games … scored first career goal, the game-winner, in 5-2 victory at No. 4 St. Cloud State … recorded career-high +2 vs. the Huskies in same game … scored a power-play goal at No 2 North Dakota in NCHC quarterfinal series … posted an assist in each game vs. Omaha … first career point with an assist vs. UMass … career-high five shots in first career game vs. UMass.

Before Colorado College: Finished second on the team with 47 points (20g,27a) in 60 regularseason games for the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … team captain … also had two goals and two assists in seven playoff games … won the Gregg Wedderburn Memorial Award, which goes to the player that best exemplifies what the coaching staff wants in a player on & off the ice … posted 25 points (9g,16a) in 66 games, including seven points in 19 playoff games, with the club the previous two seasons.

Personal: Parents are Ryan and Shauna Ockey … has one sister, Carissa, and one brother, Jeremy … his grandfather, Don Stouffer, played hockey at CC from 1961-63 … planning to major in economics … hobbies include mountain biking, wakeboarding and playing the guitar …

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favorite food is tacos … favorite book is Into the Fire … person in history he would most like to meet is Johnny Cash … favorite movies are Top Gun and Walk the Line … greatest moment in sports was scoring a hat trick in his first junior playoff game … credits his parents with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age seven … favorite professional team is the Calgary Flames and favorite player is Martin Gelinas.

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HOMETOWN..............................................................................................Orinda, California HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-10 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................175 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ............................................................Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL)

Highlights as a Tiger: 2015-16: Appeared in nine games before suffering a season-ending injury … scored first career goal vs. UMass in second career game.

Before Colorado College: Had 27 points (2g,25a) in 44 regular-season games for the Soo Thunderbirds … recorded 10 points (3g,7a) in 14 playoff games, helping the Thunderbirds claim the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League championship … named the team’s best defenseman and second-team all-league last season … helped the Thunderbirds to a runner-up league finish in ’12-13 and ’13-14 by notching 37 points (3g,34a) in 92 games for the club those two seasons ... lettered two years in lacrosse at Miramonte High School.

Personal: Son of John and Susan Radke … has one sister, Meredith, and one brother, Daniel … his brother played hockey at Lake Superior State and professionally in France … planning to major in computer science … hobby is sailing … favorite food is homemade matzo-ball soup … favorite book is The Boys in the Boat ... person in history he would most like to meet is Stephen Colbert … favorite movie is Wedding Crashers … favorite TV show is Entourage … greatest

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moment in sports was winning the Dudley-Hewitt Cup … favorite sport other than hockey is baseball … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the San Jose Sharks and favorite player is Trevor Daley.

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25 / ALEX BERARDINELLI / FRESHMAN / FORWARD Before Colorado College: One of three forwards and six players overall named to the all-NAHL team … also selected to the league’s all-South Division team … led the Lone Star Brahmas and tied for 11th in the North American Hockey League with 55 points (33g,22a) in 59 regular season games in 2015-16 … led the league with seven shorthanded goals and tied for fifth with seven gamewinners … helped the Brahmas advance to the South Division Playoffs … posted a +21 this season … scored three goals in two games during the 2016 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament … played for the NAHL’s Michigan Warriors during the 2014-15 campaign, recording 15 goals and 15 assists in 58 games … scored 64 points (32g,32a) in 48 games for the Three Rivers Vengeance during the 2012-13 season.

Personal: Parents are Rich and Jennifer Berardinelli … has three brothers, Tyler, Dawson and Carsyn, and one sister, Kelsey … would like to pursue a career in business following his time at CC … HOMETOWN.........................Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania HEIGHT.............................................................5-10 WEIGHT .............................................................157 SHOOTS..............................................................Left LAST TEAM......................Lone Star Brahmas (NAHL)

enjoys golfing and fishing in his spare time … favorite food is rizzoto … favorite book is Harry Potter … favorite movie is Lone Survivor … person in history he would most like to meet is John F. Kennedy … favorite TV show is The Office … greatest moment in sports was scoring a game-winning goal at the Pepsi Coliseum … favorite sport other than hockey is golf … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Jaromir Jagr.

3 / KRISTIAN BLUMENSCHEIN / FRESHMAN / DEFENSEMAN Before Colorado College: Posted 20 points (8g,12a) in 36 regular-season games for the West Kelowna Warriors of the British Columbia Hockey League … finished second among the team’s defensemen with four power-play goals … dished out four assists in six games as the Warriors won their first Royal Bank Cup title … had eight assists in 20 games to help West Kelowna win the BCHL Championship and the Western Canada Cup … recorded 42 points (7g,35a) in 55 regularseason games for the Warriors during the 2014-15 campaign.

Personal: Parents are Peter and Kelly Blumenschein … has one sister, Danielle, and one brother, Alex … would like to become a chiropractor following his time at CC … enjoys hiking and water skiing in his spare time … favorite food is steak … favorite book is The Kite Runner … favorite movie is The Dark Knight … person in history he would most like to meet is Abraham Lincoln … favorite TV show is Game of Thrones … greatest moment in sports was winning the Royal Bank Cup with West Kelowna … favorite sport other than hockey is golf … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age five … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Drew Doughty.

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HOMETOWN ........................................Kelowna, B.C. HEIGHT.............................................................5-10 WEIGHT .............................................................171 SHOOTS..............................................................Left LAST TEAM ................West Kelowna Warriors (BCHL)


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13 / NICK HALLORAN / FRESHMAN / FORWARD Before Colorado College: Led the Trail Smoke Eaters with 45 points (21g,24a) in 53 regular-season games last season … finished second on his squad with six power-play goals, four shorthanded goals and two game-winners … recorded 67 points (19g,48a) in 60 games for the Colorado Rampage the previous two seasons … drafted in the 23rd round of the 2015 USHL draft by the Sioux Falls Stampede ... led the state of Utah in points as a freshman at Highlands Ranch High School.

Personal: Parents are Michael Halloran and Cheryl Gilger … has one brother, Alex, and one sister, Tori … his brother is a 2015 graduate and was a four-year letterwinner on the hockey team at the Air Force Academy … would like to travel the world for business following his time at CC … enjoys hiking and biking in his spare time … favorite food is tacos … favorite book is Harry Potter … favorite movie is The Dark Knight … person in history he would most like to meet is Albert Einstein … favorite TV show is Parks and Recreation … greatest moment in sports HOMETOWN ..........................................Draper, Utah HEIGHT.............................................................5-10 WEIGHT .............................................................171 SHOOTS............................................................Right LAST TEAM.......................Trail Smoke Eaters (BCHL)

was scoring a hat trick during the U18 state championship … favorite sport other than hockey is football … credits his parents and brother with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age eight … favorite professional team is the Colorado Avalanche and favorite player is Patrick Kane.

22 / COLE JOSEFCHAK / FRESHMAN / DEFENSEMAN Before Colorado College: Had eight points (2g,6a) in 50 games during the regular season for the Lloydminster Bobcats of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … added one assist during the playoffs as the Bobcats advanced to the North Division championship series and the title game of the prestigious Royal Bank Cup … notched nine points (1g,8a) in 52 games for the Bobcats last season, then had a goal and an assist in 10 playoff games, helping the Bobcats advance to the second round of the AJHL playoffs … also played for the Calgary Royals midget and bantam teams.

Personal: Parents are Mark and JoAnn Josefchak … has two sisters, Danica and Juliana … would like to play hockey in Europe following his time at CC … enjoys biking and longboarding in his spare time … favorite food is ginger beef … favorite book is Paths of Glory … favorite movie is Billy Madison … person in history he would most like to meet is Tupac Shakur … favorite TV show is Dexter … greatest moment in sports was winning the Bantam 1 Provincials in 2011-12 … favorite sport other than hockey is mountain biking … credits Dave Wylie with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age seven … favorite professional team is the Nashville Predators and favorite player is Eric Karlsson.

HOMETOWN......................................Calgary, Alberta HEIGHT...............................................................6-2 WEIGHT .............................................................209 SHOOTS............................................................Right LAST TEAM ...................Lloydminster Bobcats (AJHL)

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24 / KADE KEHOE / FRESHMAN / FORWARD Before Colorado College: Led the Cowichan Valley Capitals in scoring with 55 points (22g,33a) in 57 regular-season games … tied for third in the British Columbia Hockey League with four shorthanded goals and tied for 11th with five game-winners … helped Cowichan Valley to the Island Division semifinals … scored 35 points (14g,21a) in 41 games for Cowichan Valley last season after playing 11 games for West Kelowna … scored 81 points (35g,46a) in 87 games with the Saskatoon Contacts prior to joining West Kelowna.

Personal: Parents are Darryl and Tammy Kehoe … has two brothers, Rhett and Ty … would like to play hockey or become a lawyer following his time at CC … enjoys golfing, fishing and hanging out with friends in his spare time … favorite food is steak … favorite book is Playing with Fire … favorite movie is The Dark Knight … person in history he would most like to meet is Martin Luther King, Jr. … favorite TV show is Ray Donovan … greatest moment in sports HOMETOWN ......................Saskatoon, Saskatchewan HEIGHT...............................................................5-9 WEIGHT .............................................................154 SHOOTS..............................................................Left LAST TEAM..............Cowichan Valley Capitals (BCHL)

was winning the Provincial championship in 2011-12 … favorite sport other than hockey is baseball … credits his father and brothers with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age five … favorite professional team is the Pittsburgh Penguins and favorite player is Chris Kunitz.

1 / ALEX LECLERC / FRESHMAN / GOALTENDER Before Colorado College: Posted a 31-10-2 record in 44 regular-season games for the Lloydminster Bobcats of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … tied for the league lead with 31 victories and was sixth with a 2.48 goals-against average … finished third in the AJHL with four shutouts … went 8-4 with a 2.85 GAA in 12 playoff games as the Bobcats advanced to the North Division championship series … posted a 3.25 GAA in six games as the Bobcats advanced to the title game of the prestigious Royal Bank Cup.

Personal: Parents are Alain Laurent Blanchette and Lucie Leclerc … has two stepsisters, Anne and Alice … would like to travel following his time at CC … enjoys tennis, waterskiing and cooking in his spare time … favorite food is chicken parmigiana … favorite book is Silence de Mort … favorite movie is The Shawshank Redemption … person in history he would most like to meet is either Marco Polo or Nikola Tesla … favorite TV show is Suits … greatest moment in sports was participating in last year’s Royal Bank Cup … favorite sport other than hockey is tennis … credits Vincent Riendeau with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age six … favorite professional team is the Montreal Canadiens and favorite player is Martin Brodeur.

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HOMETOWN .................................Longueuil, Quebec HEIGHT.............................................................5-10 WEIGHT .............................................................183 SHOOTS..............................................................Left LAST TEAM ...................Lloydminster Bobcats (AJHL)


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18 / BRANDEN MAKARA / FRESHMAN / FORWARD Before Colorado College: Finished third on the Cumberland Grads and seventh in the Central Canada Hockey League in scoring with 64 points (25g,39a) in 60 regular-season games … tied for the team lead with two shorthanded goals and third with seven power-play tallies … tied for seventh in the league with 39 assists … scored two goals and added an assist in four playoff games this season … also played for the Gloucester Rangers of the Central Canada Hockey League and the Ottawa Jr. 67s, where he scored posted 95 points in 105 career games.

Personal: Parents are Bryan and Annie Makara … has one sister, Ashleigh … would like to become an entrepreneur following his time at CC … enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time … favorite food is steak with potatoes and vegetables … favorite book is One Thing … favorite movie is Superbad … person in history he would most like to meet is Mike Stud … favorite TV show is Family Guy … favorite sport other than hockey is baseball … credits his parents with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … HOMETOWN.................................Gloucester, Ontario HEIGHT...............................................................5-9 WEIGHT .............................................................166 SHOOTS............................................................Right LAST TEAM.......................Cumberland Grads (CCHL)

favorite professional team is the New York Rangers and favorite player is Mike Hoffman.

20 / ALEX PERNITSKY / FRESHMAN / DEFENSEMAN Before Colorado College: Had 28 points (6g,22a) in 50 games during the regular season for the Lloydminster Bobcats of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … notched one assist in six games as the Bobcats appeared in the title game of the prestigious Royal Bank Cup … added three goals and six assists during the playoffs as the Bobcats advanced to the North Division championship series … notched 12 points (5g,7a) in 52 games for the Bobcats last season, then had two assists in 10 playoff games, helping the Bobcats advance to the second round of the AJHL playoffs … previously played for the Battleford Stars of the Saskatchewan Midget Hockey League.

Personal: Parents are Glen and Karen Pernitsky … has one brother, Victor … enjoys doing anything sports related in his spare time … favorite food is steak … favorite book is Game of Thrones … favorite movie is Lord of the Rings … person in history he would most like to meet is Abraham Lincoln … favorite TV show is Game of Thrones … greatest moment in sports was winning the semifinals of the Royal Bank Cup last season … favorite sport other than hockey is badminton … credits his father with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age four … favorite professional player is Drew Doughty.

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26 / MAX ST. PIERRE / FRESHMAN / FORWARD Before Colorado College: Scored 39 points (11g,28a) in 57 regular-season games for the Carleton Place Canadians last season … had three goals and five assists in 15 playoff games, helping the Canadians to their third straight Central Canada Hockey League Championship and the Bogart Cup … the Canadians are currently playing for their third consecutive Fred Page Cup and a spot in the Royal Bank Cup … played in 18 games for Carleton Place in 2014-15, helping the team to the CCHL title … also played for the Cumberland Grads.

Personal: Parents are Jean and Sylvie St. Pierre … planning to major in psychology … would like to continue his hockey career following his time at CC … enjoys camping and cycling in his spare time … favorite food is steak … favorite book is And Then There Were None … favorite movie is The Dark Knight … person in history he would most like to meet is his great-grandfather … favorite TV show is Scorpion … greatest moment in sports was playing for Team HOMETOWN.....................................Orleans, Ontario HEIGHT...............................................................6-2 WEIGHT .............................................................219 SHOOTS............................................................Right LAST TEAM ............Carleton Place Canadians (CCHL)

Canada East … favorite sport other than hockey is volleyball … credits his parents with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age three … favorite professional team is the Ottawa Senators and favorite player is Daniel Alfredsson.

12 / BRYCE VAN HORN / FRESHMAN / FORWARD Before Colorado College: Finished second on the Carleton Place Canadians and fourth in the Central Canada Hockey League in scoring with 70 points (37g,33a) in 62 regular-season games … led his team with 37 goals … tied for second in the league with 11 power-play goals and seven game-winners … had eight goals and four assists in 16 playoff games, helping the Canadians to their third straight CCHL Championship and the Bogart Cup … the Canadians are currently playing for their third consecutive Fred Page Cup and a spot in the Royal Bank Cup … scored 36 points (19g,17a) in 61 games as Carleton Place won the CCHL title in 2014-15 ... drafted in the 22nd round of the 2013 USHL draft by the Muskegon Lumberjacks.

Personal: Parents are Mike and Tammy Van Horn … has one brother, Brendan, and one sister, Brooke … would like to continue playing hockey following his time at CC … enjoys golfing and fishing in his spare time … favorite food is sushi … favorite movie is Shooter … person in history he would most like to meet is Thomas Edison … favorite TV show is Friday Night Lights … greatest moment in sports was winning back-to-back CCHL championships … favorite sport other than hockey is golf … credits Jason Clarke with the biggest influence on his athletic career … started playing hockey at age six … favorite professional team is the Washington Capitals and favorite player is Alexander Ovechkin.

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Colorado College vs. Denver Denver leads series 169-116-17 At Home: 66-67-8 At Denver, CO: 49-97-9 Neutral Site: 1-5-0 1/6/50 Home W 1/7/50 Home W 1/21/50 Denver, CO W 1/30/50 Denver, CO W 12/8/50 Denver, CO W 12/9/50 Denver, CO W 1/12/51 Home W 1/13/51 Home W 12/1/51 Home W 12/7/51 Denver, CO L 12/8/51 Home W 1/11/52 Home W 1/12/52 Denver, CO L 1/16/53 Home L 1/17/53 Home L 2/6/53 Denver, CO L 2/7/53 Denver, CO L 12/19/53 Home L 1/15/54 Denver, CO L 1/16/54 Denver, CO W 2/27/54 Home L 1/14/55 Denver, CO W 1/15/55 Home W 2/18/55 Denver, CO L 2/19/55 Home L 1/20/56 Denver, CO W 1/21/56 Home W 3/2/56 Denver, CO L 3/3/56 Home L 1/11/57 Denver, CO L 1/12/57 Home W 2/15/57 Denver, CO W 2/16/57 Home W 12/13/57 Denver, CO L 12/14/57 Home W 1/13/58 Home W 1/14/58 Denver, CO L 2/21/58 Home W 2/22/58 Denver, CO L 2/28/58 Denver, CO L 3/1/58 Home W 12/13/58 Home L 1/30/59 Denver, CO L 1/31/59 Home W 2/20/59 Denver, CO L 3/6/59 Denver, CO L 3/7/59 Home L 2/2/60 Denver, CO L 2/19/60 Denver, CO L 2/20/60 Home L 3/4/60 Denver, CO L 3/5/60 Home L 3/11/60 Denver, CO L 3/12/60 Denver, CO L 12/9/60 Denver, CO L 2/3/61 Denver, CO L 2/4/61 Home L 3/3/61 Denver, CO L 3/4/61 Home L 12/1/61 Denver, CO L 12/2/61 Home L 2/23/61 Denver, CO L 2/24/61 Home L 1/11/63 Denver, CO L 1/12/63 Home L 2/8/63 Denver, CO L 2/9/63 Home W 2/21/64 Denver, CO L

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

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12/2/11 Home W 4-3(ot) 2/3/12 Denver, CO W 2-0 2/4/12 Home T 2-2(ot) 11/16/12 Home L 5-6 11/17/12 Denver, CO L 2-6 2/8/13 Denver, CO T 1-1(ot) 2/9/13 Home W 6-5(ot) 3/15/13 Denver, CO L 3-5* 3/16/13 Denver, CO W 2-1* 3/17/13 Denver, CO W 4-3* 11/8/13 Home T 1-1(ot) 11/9/13 Denver, CO L 1-2 2/21/14 Denver, CO W 3-2 2/22/14 Home W 3-1 11/14/14 Denver, CO L 1-8 2/6/15 Home L 0-3 2/20/15 Home L 4-6 2/21/15 Denver, CO L 3-6 11/6/15 Denver, CO L 3-5 11/7/15 Home L 1-3 2/18/16 Home L 1-4 2/20/16 Denver, CO! L 1-4 * WCHA Playoffs # Broadmoor International Tournament ^ Exhibition $ Denver Cup % Played at McNichols Arena & NCAA Semifinals ! Battle on Blake game at Coors Field Colorado College vs. Miami University Miami Univ. leads series 7-5-0 At Home: 3-3-0 At Oxford, OH: 0-4-0 Neutral Site: 2-0-0 12/29/93 Cleveland, OH W3-1# 12/29/04 Columbus, OH W 4-1$ 1/24/14 Home W 4-1 1/25/14 Home L 1-6 11/7/14 Oxford, OH L 0-3 11/8/14 Oxford, OH L 1-5 2/13/15 Home L 1-3 2/14/15 Home L 1-2 12/4/15 Home W 2-1 12/5/15 Home W 3-2 2/26/16 Oxford, OH L 0-3 2/27/16 Oxford, OH L 0-4 # Cleveland Classic $ Ohio Hockey Classic Colorado College vs. Merrimack Colorado College leads series 1-0 At Home: 0-0-0 At ???: 0-0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0-0 12/14/84 Marquette, MI L 12/15/84 Marquette, MI L 10/18/85 Marquette, MI L 10/19/85 Marquette, MI L 12/6/85 Home W 12/7/85 Home L 10/17/86 Marquette, MI W 10/18/86 Marquette, MI L 2/13/87 Home W 2/14/87 Home W 10/30/87 Home L 10/31/87 Home L 1/2/88 Marquette, MI L 1/3/88 Marquette, MI L 12/2/88 Marquette, MI L 12/3/88 Marquette, MI L 2/3/89 Home L 2/4/89 Home W

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S V S . 2 0 1 6 - 1 7 O P P O N E N T S 11/3/89 Home 11/4/89 Home 2/16/90 Marquette, 2/17/90 Marquette, 10/12/90 Home 10/13/90 Home 1/4/91 Marquette, 1/5/91 Marquette, 3/1/91 Marquette, 3/2/91 Marquette, 10/18/91 Marquette, 10/19/91 Marquette, 11/29/91 Home 11/30/91 Home 11/27/92 Marquette, 11/28/92 Marquette, 1/29/93 Home 1/30/93 Home 12/10/93 Marquette, 12/11/93 Marquette, 1/21/94 Home 1/22/94 Home 12/9/94 Marquette, 12/10/94 Marquette, 2/10/95 Home 2/11/95 Home 10/27/95 Marquette, 10/28/95 Marquette, 11/17/95 Home 11/18/95 Home 3/1/96 Home 3/2/96 Home 10/25/96 Marquette, 10/26/96 Marquette, 12/14/96 Home 12/15/96 Home * WCHA Playoffs

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Colorado College vs. Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth leads series 96-80-8 At Home: 45-44-5 At Duluth: 34-52-3 Neutral Site: 1-0-0 1/4/61 Duluth, MN L 4-6 1/19/63 Home W 8-5 1/24/64 Home W 6-5 1/25/64 Home L 3-6 12/4/64 Home L 4-5(ot) 12/5/64 Home L 3-5 2/3/65 Duluth, MN L 2-3(ot) 2/25/66 Home T 4-4(ot) 2/27/66 Home L 3-6 2/25/67 Home L 4-5 2/27/67 Home L 2-6

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INTRODUCTION

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MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

A L L - T I M E R E S U LT S V S . 2 0 1 6 - 1 7 O P P O N E N T S Colorado College vs. North Dakota North Dakota leads series 154-80-11 At Home: 57-53-3 At Grand Forks, ND: 22-93-8 Neutral Site: 1-8-0 2/12/48 Home L 4-8 2/13/48 Home W 6-3 12/10/48 Home W 12-4 12/11/48 Home W 12-4 12/29/48 Grand Forks, ND L 3-5 12/30/48 Grand Forks, ND L 3-6 2/3/50 Grand Forks, ND W 8-5 2/4/50 Grand Forks, ND T 3-3(ot) 2/19/51 Grand Forks, ND W 10-3 2/20/51 Grand Forks, ND W 7-5 2/21/52 Home W 9-5 2/22/52 Home W 9-2 2/10/53 Grand Forks, ND L 4-12 2/11/53 Grand Forks, ND L 3-10 2/19/54 Home W 5-3 2/20/54 Home W 2-1 2/3/55 Home W 4-3 2/4/55 Home W 7-1 2/11/55 Grand Forks, ND L 3-4 2/12/55 Grand Forks, ND W 4-3 12/13/55 Grand Forks, ND W 4-2 12/14/55 Grand Forks, ND L 4-5 1/7/56 Home W 8-5 1/9/56 Home W 7-2 2/8/57 Grand Forks, ND L 3-6 2/9/57 Grand Forks, ND L 4-5 2/19/57 Home W 6-4 2/20/57 Home W 7-6(ot) 2/7/58 Home W 7-1 2/8/58 Home W 9-2 2/9/59 Grand Forks, ND L 4-6 2/10/59 Grand Forks, ND L 2-4 3/2/59 Home L 2-7 3/3/59 Home W 9-5 1/11/60 Grand Forks, ND L 2-7 1/12/60 Grand Forks, ND L 1-5 1/29/60 Home L 2-8 1/30/60 Home L 5-7 1/9/61 Grand Forks, ND W 6-5 1/10/61 Grand Forks, ND L 5-10 1/16/61 Home W 9-4 1/17/61 Home L 2-5 12/18/62 Grand Forks, ND L 4-9 12/19/62 Grand Forks, ND L 1-8 /13/63 Home L 1-7 2/16/63 Home L 6-7 1/10/64 Grand Forks, ND L 2-7 1/11/64 Grand Forks, ND L 3-5 2/16/65 Home L 2-8 2/20/65 Home L 6-7(ot) 12/28/65 St. Paul, MN L 3-11# 1/18/66 Grand Forks, ND L 4-6 1/19/66 Grand Forks, ND L 1-8 1/31/67 Home L 2-6 2/4/67 Home L 2-4 11/28/67 Grand Forks, ND L 0-9 11/29/67 Grand Forks, ND L 0-7 12/28/67 St. Paul, MN L 2-3(ot)# 2/5/69 Home L 5-8 2/8/69 Home L 4-5 3/7/69 Home W 5-4* 1/16/70 Grand Forks, ND L 4-8 1/17/70 Grand Forks, ND L 2-6 2/5/71 Home W 6-3 2/6/71 Home L 2-7 1/21/72 Grand Forks, ND L 7-8(ot) 122/72 Grand Forks, ND L 2-4 11/10/72 Grand Forks, ND L 4-5

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

THE NCHC

The NCHC The National Collegiate Hockey Conference was founded in the summer of 2011 when six institutions bonded together to form a collection of some of the most notable college hockey programs in the nation. Just a few months later, the conference grew to eight teams and established the foundation for this prestigious group of institutions. Built on the principles of excellence both on and off the ice, the NCHC is committed to fostering an environment of integrity, sportsmanship and competition. Josh Fenton

The motivation for forming this new conference came as the landscape of college hockey began to change in the spring of 2011. When Penn State University announced it was starting a college hockey program in the spring of 2011, the Big 10 hockey conference was created. The seismic shift sent ripples throughout the college hockey world and left many institutions searching for stability. On July 13, 2011, the leaders from six schools, Colorado College, the University of Denver, Miami University, the University of Minnesota Duluth, the University of Nebraska Omaha and the University of North Dakota announced the decision to start their own conference beginning in the 2013-14 academic year. On Sept. 22, 2011, St. Cloud State University and Western Michigan University accepted invitations and the NCHC grew to its current membership of eight teams.

Verna Toller The infrastructure of the conference began to materialize in August 2011, as Colorado Springs, the birthplace of the NCAA Hockey

Don Adam

Championships, was selected as the home of the league’s headquarters. Jim Scherr, the former CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee, was named the conference’s first commissioner in January of 2012. The inaugural commissioner quickly began working to build his inaugural staff, finding a home for the NCHC Tournament and securing a national television contract. In January 2012, the NCHC and CBS Sports Network inked a multi-year agreement to nationally-televise several conference games per season, including the NCHC Tournament semifinals and championship games. In June 2012, the NCHC announced that Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn. would be the home of the conference championship.

NCHC ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION NAME

TITLE

PHONE

Josh Fenton Verna Toller Don Adam Michael Weisman

Commissioner Office Manager Supervisor of Officials Director of Communications

(719) 418-2427 (719) 203-6818 (719) 203-6818 (719) 203-6818

E-MAIL jfenton@nchchockey.com vtoller@nchchockey.com dadam@nchchockey.com mweisman@nchchockey.com

NCHC Teams have ... • Combined for 18 national championships • Produced 12 Hobey Baker Award winners as well as 266 All-Americans • Made over 50 appearances in college hockey’s Frozen Four and more than 100 altogether in NCAA tournament play • Claimed 76 playoff and regular-season titles as members of their previous leagues • Sent more than 300 players to the National Hockey League • Consistently ranked among the nation’s leaders in attendance during the last decade furthering the academic enterprise at each institution

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

THE NCHC

In July 2013, Scherr left the NCHC but the confer-

Key Operational Goals of the NCHC

ence didn’t miss a beat, as Josh Fenton, former senior associate athletic director at Miami University, was named the conference’s second commissioner. Fenton played an integral role in the formation of the new conference, making a seamless transition to his new role.

• Support the hockey programs in the Conference to achieve competitive and academic excellence at the highest levels of intercollegiate athletics; • Assist other hockey affiliated entities that support the game to grow the sport of ice hockey; • Build a tradition and legacy of excellence which fosters the development, growth,

Under Fenton’s guidance, the NCHC successfully launched its official website, NCHCHockey.com, in August 2013, and a mobile app, becoming the first collegiate hockey conference to do so. The

and popularity of intercollegiate hockey; • Develop the most widely recognized brand among college hockey athletic conferences highlighted each year by a prominent year-end conference championship;

conference also held its first Media Day at Target

• Provide the widest possible exposure for the conference and member institutions;

Center on Sept. 19, 2013. The NCHC officially

• Establish and sustain respected officiating crews and systems within

dropped the puck on Oct. 18, 2013 as Miami hosted North Dakota and Colorado College hosted

intercollegiate hockey; • Build a sustainable financial model to support conference operations.

Minnesota Duluth in the first ever conference games, both of which were nationally televised on CBS Sports Network. In November of 2013, with the help of fan suggestions and a fan vote, the NCHC’s championship was renamed the NCHC Frozen Faceoff. The conference’s first season saw intense competition on the ice and great passion and enthusiasm in the stands, as the regular-season title came down to the final weekend. St. Cloud State became the inaugural NCHC regular-season champions on the final night, capturing the Julie and Spencer Penrose Memorial Cup – the NCHC’s regular-season trophy. Denver would then go on to claim the inaugural NCHC Frozen Faceoff title, defeating Miami in the championship game on March 22, 2014. The NCHC saw three members make the 2014 NCAA Tournament in its first season, led by North Dakota, which reached the Frozen Four. The members of the NCHC are certainly no stranger to the NCAAs, however. This collection of hockey programs has combined to win four NCAA Championships and made 18 Frozen Four appearances since 2000, including North Dakota in 2014. In the history of college hockey, NCHC schools have combined to win 17 NCAA hockey titles. Only three schools have won more than six NCAA hockey titles and two of them (Denver and North Dakota each with seven) reside in the NCHC. Minnesota Duluth is the conference’s most recent NCAA champion, winning the title in 2011. In 2013, St. Cloud State advanced to its first Frozen Four in school history while Husky forward Drew LeBlanc won the 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Fellow Husky Nic Dowd was a Hobey Hat Trick Finalist in 2014, while five NCHC student-athletes garnered AHCA All-American honors, including Dowd, in the conference’s first season. The geographic diversity of the NCHC features some of the most beautiful terrain in the United States and spans three times zones (Eastern, Central and Mountain). The majestic Rocky Mountains of Colorado provide the backdrop to North Dakota’s Red River Valley and America’s heartland from Nebraska to Ohio. From the countless lakes of Minnesota to the shores of Lake Michigan, the NCHC is home to some of the most breath-taking scenery in the country. With a strong foundation of institutions rich in tradition and excellence, the National Collegiate Hockey Conference is poised to solidify itself as the premier college hockey conference for years to come.

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

2015-16 REVIEW

2015-16 NCHC FINAL STANDINGS TEAM North Dakota Denver St. Cloud State Minnesota Duluth Miami Omaha Western Michigan Colorado College

OVERALL RECORD (34-6-4) (25-10-6) (31-9-1) (19-16-5) (15-18-3) (18-17-1) (8-25-3) (6-29-1)

W 19 17 17 11 9 8 5 4

L 4 5 6 10 13 15 18 19

T 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 1

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PTS. 59 53 53 37 31 25 17 13

GF 89 74 104 64 54 60 56 47

GA 49 52 53 44 65 83 103 99

2016 NCHC FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF RESULTS Friday, March 11

Herb Brooks Coach of the Year Brad Berry, North Dakota Player of the Year Ethan Prow, St. Cloud State Rookie of the Year Brock Boeser, North Dakota Forward of the Year Danton Heinen, Denver

(1) North Dakota 7, (8) Colorado College 1 (2) St. Cloud State 4, (7) Western Michigan 3

Defenseman of the Year Ethan Prow, St. Cloud State

(3) Denver 5, (6) Omaha 2 (4) Minnesota Duluth 5, (5) Miami 4 Saturday, March 11

NCHC AWARD WINNERS

Goaltender of the Year Charlie Lindgren, St. Cloud State

(1) North Dakota 5, (8) Colorado College 1 (2) St. Cloud State 4, (7) Western Michigan 2 (3) Denver 4, (6) Omaha 3 (4) Minnesota Duluth 3, (5) Miami 1

Offensive Defenseman of the Year Ethan Prow, St. Cloud State Defensive Forward of the Year Sean Kuraly, Miami

2016 NCHC FROZEN FACE-OFF RESULTS

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Gabe Levin, Denver

Semifinals - Friday, March 18

(4) Minnesota Duluth 4, (1) North Dakota 2 (2) St. Cloud State 4, (3) Denver 2

Sportsmanship Award Cal Dekowski, Minnesota Duluth

Third-Place Game – Saturday, March 19

(3) Denver 1, (1) North Dakota 1

Championship Game – Saturday, March 19

(2) St. Cloud State 3, (4) Minnesota Duluth 1

2015-16 NCHC PLAYERS OF THE WEEK WEEK OF Oct. 5-11 Oct. 12-18 Oct. 19-25 Oct. 26-N 1 Nov. 2-8 Nov. 9-15 Nov. 16-22 Nov. 23-29 Nov. 30-D 6 Dec. 7-13 Dec. 18-J 3 Jan. 4-10 Jan. 11-17 Jan. 18-24 Jan. 25-31 Feb. 1-7 Feb. 8-14 Feb. 15-21 Feb. 22-28 Feb. 29-M 6

OFFENSIVE Jake Randolph, UNO Austin Ortega, UNO Tony Cameranesi, UMD Aaron Hadley, WMU Jake Guentzel, UNO Joey Benik, SCSU Austin Farley, UMD Drake Caggiula, UND Austin Farley, UMD Kalle Kossila, SCSU Austin Ortega, UNO Danton Heinen, DU Jake Guentzel, UNO Joey Benik, SCSU Mikey Eyssimont, SCSU Alex Iafallo, UMD Danton Heinen, DU Danton Heinen, DU Karson Kuhlman, UMD Brock Boeser, UND

DEFENSMAN Nathan Widman, SCSU Troy Stecher, UND Neal Pionk, UMD Will Butcher, DU Will Butcher, DU Ethan Prow, SCSU Niklas Nevalainen, SCSU Tucker Poolman, UND Andy Welinski, UMD Ethan Prow, SCSU Niklas Nevalainen, SCSU Will Butcher, DU Troy Stecher, UND Matthew Caito, Miami Andy Welinski, UMD Andy Welinski, UMD Grant Hutton, MIAMI Will Butcher, DU Taylor Richart, Miami Ethan Prow, SCSU

ROOKIE Evan Weninger, UNO Jack Roslovic, MIAMI Brock Boeser, UND Colt Conrad, WMU Evan Weninger, UNO Brock Boeser, UND Jon Lizotte, SCSU Trey Bradley, CC Jacob Nehama, CC Griffen Molina, WMU Dylan Gambrell, DU Dylan Gambrell, DU Brock Boeser, UND Rhett Gardner, UND Brock Boeser, UND Josh Melnick, MIAMI Dylan Gambrell, DU Dylan Gambrell, DU Dylan Gambrell, DU Neal Pionk, UMD

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GOALTENDER Cam Johnson, UND Charlie Lindgren, SCSU Matt Hrynkiw, UND Charlie Lindgren, SCSU Ryan McKay, MIAMI Evan Cowley, DU Kasimir Kaskisuo, UMD Cam Johnson, UND Cam Johnson, UND Cam Johnson, UND Lukas Hafner, WMU Jacob Nehama, CC Charlie Lindgren, SCSU Evan Cowley, DU Cam Johnson, UND Charlie Lindgren, SCSU Evan Weninger, UNO Cam Johnson, UND Jay Williams, Miami Kasimir Kaskisuo, UMD


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

2015-16 REVIEW

2015-16 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS

ZACH AMAN

MASON BERGH

FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

F - %^ Danton Heinen, So., Denver – 37 points (12 first-place votes)

F - Joey Benik, Sr., St. Cloud State – 24 (6)

F - @ Brock Boeser, Fr., North Dakota – 27 (7)

F - Kalle Kossila, Sr., St. Cloud State – 15 (4)

F - % Drake Caggiula, Sr., North Dakota – 26 (7)

D - Troy Stecher, Jr., North Dakota – 21 (5)

D - Ethan Prow, Sr., St. Cloud State – 40 (13)

D - % Andy Welinski, Sr., Minnesota Duluth - 17 (4)

D - Will Butcher, Jr., Denver – 28 (8)

G - Cam Johnson, So., North Dakota – 25 (6)

F - $* Jake Guentzel, Jr., Omaha – 23 (6)

G - $* Charlie Lindgren, Jr., St. Cloud State – 31 (9)

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-CONFERENCE Austin Ortega, So., F, Omaha – 16 (4)

# 2014-15 NCHC First-Team All-Conference % 2014-15 NCHC Second-Team All-Conference $ 2014-15 NCHC Honorable Mention All-Conference @2015-16 NCHC All-Rookie Team ^ 2014-15 NCHC All-Rookie Team * 2013-14 NCHC All-Rookie Team

Dominic Toninato, So., F, UMD – 14 (4) *Jake Guentzel, So., F, Omaha – 8 (2) TREY BRADLEY

GREGG BURMASTER

Matthew Caito, Jr., D, Miami – 10 (3) $Andrew Prochno, Sr., D, SCSU – 4 (0) *Charlie Lindgren, So., G, SCSU - 6 (1)

2015-16 NCHC ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM (CC SELECTIONS) JAKE EMILIO

ANDREW FARNY

Zach Aman (third selection)

Luc Gerdes (third selection)

Cole McCaskill (first selection)

Mason Bergh (first selection)

Trevor Gooch (first selection)

Tanner Ockey (first selection)

Trey Bradley (first selection)

Matt Hansen (second selection)

David Radke (first selection)

Gregg Burmaster (first selection)

Ben Israel (first selection)

Alex Roos (third selection)

Jake Emilio (first selection)

Michael King (third selection)

Sam Rothstein (second selection)

Andrew Farny (first selection)

Nate Kwiecinski (first selection)

Hunter Fejes (third selection)

Peter Maric (third selection)

HUNTER FEJES

LUC GERDES

TREVOR GOOCH

MATT HANSEN

BEN ISRAEL

MICHAEL KING

NATE KWIECINSKI

COLE MCCASKILL

TANNER OCKEY

DAVID RADKE

ALEX ROOS

SAM ROTHSTEIN

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PETER MARIC


INTRODUCTION

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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

2 0 1 5 - 1 6 R E S U LT S & S TAT I S T I C S

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Date Oct 09 Oct 10 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 30 Oct 31 Nov 6 Nov 07 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 27 Nov 28 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 18 Dec 19 Jan 08 Jan 09 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 30 Feb 05 Feb 06 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 26 Feb 27 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 11 Mar 12

Opponent UMASS UMASS at #9 UMass Lowell at #9 UMass Lowell #4 BOSTON COLLEGE #4 BOSTON COLLEGE #1 NORTH DAKOTA #1 NORTH DAKOTA at #9 Denver #9 DENVER #17 MINNESOTA DULUTH #17 MINNESOTA DULUTH at Air Force Falcons AIR FORCE FALCONS MIAMI MIAMI at Western Michigan at Western Michigan at UAH at UAH at #4 St. Cloud State at #4 St. Cloud State at #2 North Dakota at #2 North Dakota #11 OMAHA #11 OMAHA at Minnesota Duluth at Minnesota Duluth #10 DENVER at #10 Denver at Miami at Miami #5 ST. CLOUD STATE #5 ST. CLOUD STATE at #2 North Dakota at #2 North Dakota

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Power Play Sh ort -h and ed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)

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

L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W L L W L L W Tot L W L L L L L L L L L L L

Att. 5344 6380 5030 3765 5371 7044 6043 4032 6037 7231 4584 5054 2379 6672 5991 6282 2321 2469 1287 1032 4040 4438 11823 11908 7051 7196 6540 7215 6831 35144 3091 3155 6274 6464 10813 10864

CC

OPP

71-939 .076 2.0 26.1

145-1274 .114 4.0 35.4

23-142 .162 165 .139

31-140 .221 244 .127

23 2 1 0 6 0 0 0

31 10 6 0 3 0 0 0

164 410 4.6 11.4 0-1

165 435 4.6 12.1 1-1

Record: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

Overall 6-29-1 4-19-1 2-10-0

Home 4-13-0 3-9-0 1-4-0 g

Player

gp

sh

sh% pen-min

pp sh

18 8 14 13 9 16 15 39 2 23 5 27 10 28 36 11 29 4 6 20 21 7 3 33 22 19 TM

Hunter Fejes Luc Gerdes Trey Bradley Cody Bradley Sam Rothstein Teemu Kivihalme Mason Bergh Andrew Farny Trevor Gooch Matt Hansen Cole McCaskill Ben Israel Tanner Ockey Alex Roos Jake Emilio Christian Heil Gregg Burmaster Duggie Lagrone Nate Kwiecinski David Radke Zach Aman Garrett Cecere Michael King Tyler Marble Peter Maric James Martello TEAM Total Opponents

36 13 9 22 94 36 7 11 18 69 33 9 7 16 39 36 7 8 15 82 33 6 9 15 51 36 3 12 15 89 35 4 9 13 45 34 3 9 12 41 36 3 6 9 71 33 4 4 8 64 30 3 5 8 53 32 2 5 7 48 36 2 3 5 34 35 2 3 5 43 24 0 5 5 10 28 2 2 4 25 25 0 3 3 10 16 0 3 3 10 30 0 2 2 30 9 1 0 1 9 10 0 1 1 9 4 0 0 0 4 6 0 0 0 2 13 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 7 4 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 36 71 116 187 939 36 145 258 403 1274

.138 8-27 .101 8-16 .231 8-27 .085 15-30 .118 9-18 .034 14-28 .089 8-27 .073 3-6 .042 12-24 .062 4-8 .057 9-18 .042 8-24 .059 12-43 .047 3-17 .000 7-14 .080 6-12 .000 6-23 .000 2-4 .000 8-16 .111 1-2 0 .00 2-4 .000 1-2 0 .00 0-0 .000 0-0 0 .00 0-0 .000 1-2 .009-18 0 .076 164-410 .114 165-435

2 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 2 31 10

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Goalie

gp

min

ga

gaavg

33 31 30 TM

Tyler Marble Jacob Nehama Derek Shatzer EMPTY NET Total Opponents

13 26 3 18 36 36

640:09 39 1388:06 90 120:00 10 16:45 6 2165:00 145 2165:00 71

3.66 3.89 5.00 4.02 1.97

Goals by Period Colorado College Opponents Saves by Period Colorado College Opponents

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pts

Neutral 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

a

Away 2-16-1 1-10-1 1-6-0

saves save%

323 761 45 0 1129 868

CC

Opponent

103844 17/6108 0/0

133351 19/7018

1st

2nd

3rd

13 41

31 48

27 56

1st

2nd

3rd

380 392 355 252 289 324

Total 71 145 Total 1129 868

w-l-t

.892 0-9-1 .894 6-19-0 .818 0-1-0 .000 0-0-0 .886 6-29-1 .924 29-6-1


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

2 0 1 5 - 1 6 S TAT I S T I C S O F N O T E

GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS (2015-16) Date

Opponent

Score

Oct 09 Oct 10 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 30 Oct 31 Nov 6 Nov 07 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 27 Nov 28 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 18 Dec 19 Jan 08 Jan 09 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 30 Feb 05 Feb 06 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 26 Feb 27 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 11 Mar 12 Totals

UMASS UMASS at UMass Lowell at UMass Lowell BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE NORTH DAKOTA NORTH DAKOTA at Denver DENVER MINNESOTA DULUTH MINNESOTA DULUTH at Air Force Falcons AIR FORCE FALCONS MIAMI MIAMI at Western Michigan at Western Michigan at UAH at UAH at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State at North Dakota at North Dakota OMAHA OMAHA at Minnesota Duluth at Minnesota Duluth DENVER at Denver at Miami at Miami ST. CLOUD STATE ST. CLOUD STATE at North Dakota at North Dakota

3-6 3-4 2-3 1-2 0-3 0-5 2-5 0-2 3-5 1-3 0-5 0-6 3-4 4-3 2-1 3-2 3-7 3-5 5-2 1-2 1-2 5-2 5-5 1-5 5-1 1-6 3-5 2-3 1-4 1-4 0-3 0-4 2-5 3-9 1-7 1-5 71-145

Shots Assists

Goals

Shots

Penalties Pen-Min Pen-Min

3/6 6 / 10 42 / 21 6-12 3/4 5/6 48 / 38 5-10 2/3 3/6 18 / 55 7-14 1/2 2/4 24 / 24 4-8 0/3 0/5 24 / 34 3-6 0/5 0/9 21 / 37 7-17 2/5 4/8 21 / 37 5-10 0/2 0/2 29 / 42 6-23 3/5 5/8 23 / 38 4-19 1/3 2/5 20 / 32 5-10 0/5 0/9 19 / 39 4-8 0/6 0 / 11 26 / 31 6-12 3/4 4/8 31 / 29 3-6 4/3 6/4 28 / 25 4-8 2/1 3/2 33 / 21 3-6 3/2 5/3 24 / 36 2-4 3/7 4 / 13 28 / 35 4-8 3/5 5/8 33 / 38 3-6 5/2 6/2 34 / 36 6-23 1/2 2/4 36 / 33 3-6 1/2 2/4 27 / 36 5-10 5/2 8/3 22 / 49 4-8 5/5 6 / 10 23 / 36 5-10 1/5 2/8 19 / 32 5-10 5/1 10 / 2 30 / 37 9-37 1/6 2 / 11 12 / 26 7-25 3/5 6 / 10 27 / 42 5-10 2/3 4/4 23 / 35 5-10 1/4 2/8 28 / 33 2-4 1/4 1/8 25 / 47 4-8 0/3 0/4 31 / 26 5-18 0/4 0/8 24 / 44 6-20 2/5 4 / 10 24 / 55 2-4 3/9 4 / 17 23 / 33 2-4 1/7 2 / 14 16 / 34 6-12 1/5 1 / 10 23 / 28 2-4 71 / 145 116 / 258 939 / 1274 164-410

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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/ 8-38 / 3-9 / 5-10 / 4-8 / 4-8 / 7-14 / 8-16 / 6-23 / 5-10 / 4-8 / 3-6 / 4-8 / 1-2 / 4-8 / 2-4 / 3-6 / 4-8 / 8-27 / 6-12 / 6-23 / 3-6 / 4-16 / 3-6 / 5-13 / 5-10 / 5-18 / 5-10 / 8-27 / 3-6 / 4-8 / 8-30 / 4-8 / 2-4 / 4-11 / 2-4 / 5-10 / 165-435

Power Plays G-Ch G-Ch

2-7 2-4 0-4 0-3 0-4 0-6 1-7 0-5 0-5 0-2 0-2 0-4 1-1 2-4 0-2 1-3 2-4 1-7 0-6 0-5 1-3 1-3 1-2 0-5 2-4 0-3 1-3 1-6 1-3 0-2 0-7 0-3 0-2 1-4 1-2 1-5 23-142

/ 3-6 / 1-5 / 2-7 / 0-3 / 0-3 / 1-6 / 1-4 / 0-4 / 0-3 / 1-3 / 1-3 / 1-6 / 2-3 / 0-4 / 0-3 / 0-2 / 1-4 / 0-3 / 1-6 / 1-3 / 0-5 / 1-4 / 1-4 / 0-5 / 0-6 / 2-6 / 1-4 / 0-4 / 1-2 / 2-2 / 1-2 / 1-4 / 1-2 / 0-1 / 4-6 / 0-2 / 31-140


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

2 0 1 5 - 1 6 S TAT I S T I C S O F N O T E

GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL SCORING Opponent

Date

UMASS UMASS at UML at UML BC BC UND UND at DEN DEN UMD UMD at AF AF MIAMI MIAMI at WMU at WMU at UAH at UAH at SCSU at SCSU at UND at UND OMAHA OMAHA at UMD at UMD DEN at DEN at MIAMI at MIAMI SCSU SCSU at UND at UND

Oct 09 Oct 10 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 30 Oct 31 Nov 6 Nov 07 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 27 Nov 28 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 18 Dec 19 Jan 08 Jan 09 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 30 Feb 05 Feb 06 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 26 Feb 27 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 11 Mar 12

2 3 4 GOOCH,TREV KING,MICHAE LAGRONE,DU

Score

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

L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W L L W L L W t L W L L L L L L L L L L L

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

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

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

GOALS-ASSISTS-POINTS 5 MCCASKILL,

6 KWIECINSKI,

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

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

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7 8 9 10 11 13 CECERE,GAR GERDES,LUC ROTHSTEIN,S OCKEY,TANN HEIL,CHRISTI BRADLEY,CO

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

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

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

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

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

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


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

2 0 1 5 - 1 6 S TAT I S T I C S O F N O T E

GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL SCORING (CONTINUED) Opponent

Date

UMASS UMASS at UML at UML BC BC UND UND at DEN DEN UMD UMD at AF AF MIAMI MIAMI at WMU at WMU at UAH at UAH at SCSU at SCSU at UND at UND OMAHA OMAHA at UMD at UMD DEN at DEN at MIAMI at MIAMI SCSU SCSU at UND at UND

Oct 09 Oct 10 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 30 Oct 31 Nov 6 Nov 07 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 27 Nov 28 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 18 Dec 19 Jan 08 Jan 09 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 30 Feb 05 Feb 06 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 26 Feb 27 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 11 Mar 12

Opponent

Date

UMASS UMASS at UML at UML BC BC UND UND at DEN DEN UMD UMD at AF AF MIAMI MIAMI at WMU at WMU at UAH at UAH at SCSU at SCSU at UND at UND OMAHA OMAHA at UMD at UMD DEN at DEN at MIAMI at MIAMI SCSU SCSU at UND at UND

Oct 09 Oct 10 Oct 16 Oct 17 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 30 Oct 31 Nov 6 Nov 07 Nov 20 Nov 21 Nov 27 Nov 28 Dec 04 Dec 05 Dec 11 Dec 12 Dec 18 Dec 19 Jan 08 Jan 09 Jan 22 Jan 23 Jan 29 Jan 30 Feb 05 Feb 06 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 26 Feb 27 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 11 Mar 12

14 BRADLEY,TR

Score

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

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

L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W L L W L L W t L W L L L L L L L L L L L

Score

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

L L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W L L W L L W t L W L L L L L L L L L L L

15 BERGH,MAS

16 KIVIHALME,T

18 FEJES,HUNT

GOALS-ASSISTS-POINTS 19 MARTELLO,J

20 RADKE,DAVI

21 AMAN,ZACH

22 MARIC,PETE

0-2-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-2 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 1-1-2 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 1-1-2 1-0-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-2-4 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1-2 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-1-1 Colorado College Game-by-Game Goals-Assists-Points (as of Mar 12,DNP 2016) 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP All 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNPgamesDNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP

29 BURMASTER,

30 SHATZER,DE

31 NEHAMA,JAC

33 MARBLE,TYL

36 EMILIO,JAKE

39 FARNY,ANDR

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

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

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

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

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

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

74

23 HANSEN,MAT

27 ISRAEL,BEN

28 ROOS,ALEX

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

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

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


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

R E C O R D S & S TAT I S T I C S

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES COACH

CAREER AT CC

SEASON

RECORD

LEAGUE

3-9-0 (.250)

1937-38

3-9

31-21-6 (.586)

1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42

8-3 7-3-2 10-9-1 6-6-3

— — — —

1-3-1 (.300)

1944-45

1-3-1

Cheddy Thompson 149-72-6 (.670) 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55

3-8 14-5 19-8 15-7-1 18-5-1 16-8-1 19-5-1 9-11 14-9-1 22-6

— — — — — — 10-2 4-10 6-8 14-4

Tom Bedecki

1955-56 1956-57 1957-58

17-11 25-5 17-12-1

10-8 14-4 11-9

1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

6-14-3 8-17-1 4-20 0-23 12-11

No league play 8-12 4-18 0-18 6-10

1963-64 1964-65 1965-66

11-14-1 6-18 9-18-2

4-11-1 2-14 4-12-2

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71

15-13-1 9-20 12-16 7-22-1 11-17-1

6-12 4-16 4-14 3-17 7-11

166-226-11 (.426) 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

13-19 10-24 13-17-2 23-16 15-20-1 13-25-2 18-22-1 12-24-2 21-17-1 17-19 11-23-2

11-17 5-23 10-16-2 21-11 15-16-1 11-20-1 13-19 11-19-2 16-13-1 12-16 6-18-2

65-157-6 (.298) 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

6-28-1 9-25-1 17-21 12-26-2 17-24-1 4-33-1

2-24 5-21 15-19 11-21-2 12-22-1 3-31-1

John Atwood Garrett Livingston

C.E. Moore

Tony Frasca

Bob Johnson

John Matchefts

Jeff Sauer

Mike Bertsch

64-28-1 (.694)

30-85-4 (.269)

26-49-3 (.353)

54-88-3 (.383)

NOTABLES

CHEDDY THOMPSON 1945-55

NCAA Champions 4th in NCAA Charter member of present-day WCHA; NCAA runner-up U.S. Hockey Coaches Association Coach of Year NCAA Runner-up TONY FRASCA 1958-63 NCAA Champions

CC defeats DU (1st time in 22 games), USHCA Coach of Year

BOB JOHNSON 1963-66

WCHA Coach of the Year

WCHA Coach of the Year

WCHA Coach of the Year

WCHA Playoff Co-Champions/NCAA Wildcard

JEFF SAUER 1971-82

MIKE BERTSCH 1982-88 75


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R E C O R D S & S TAT I S T I C S

ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES (CONTINUED) COACH

CAREER AT CC

SEASON

RECORD

LEAGUE

68-118-11 (.373) 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

11-26-3 18-20-2 13-26-1 18-18-5 8-28

9-23-3 10-17-1 9-22-1 14-14-4 6-26

Don Lucia

166-68-18 (.694) 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

23-11-5 30-12-1 33-5-4 25-15-4 26-13-3 29-12-1

18-9-5 22-9-1 26-2-4 17-11-4 16-10-2 20-8

Scott Owens

324-228-54 (.579) 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14

18-18-3 27-13-1 27-13-3 30-7-5 20-16-3 31-9-3 24-16-2 18-17-4 28-12-1 16-12-10 19-17-3 23-19-3 18-16-2 18-19-5 7-24-6

14-11-3 17-11 16-10-2 19-4-5 11-15-2 19-7-2 15-11-2 13-12-3 21-6-1 12-9-7 12-13-3 13-13-2 15-12-1 11-13-4 6-13-5

6-26-3 6-29-1

2-19-3 4-19-1

Brad Buetow

Mike Haviland

12-55-4 (.197)

2014-2015 2015-2016

NOTABLES

WCHA Final Four, WCHA Coach of the Year WCHA Champions, AHCA/WCHA Coach of Year DON LUCIA WCHA Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs 1993-99 WCHA Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Runner-up, AHCA/WCHA Coach of Year WCHA Final Five, NCAA Semifinalist WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs WCHA Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs WCHA Final Five WCHA Co-Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Semifinalist NCAA Tournament WCHA Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs SCOTT OWENS 1999-2014

WCHA Final Five, NCAA Quarterfinalist WCHA Final Five Finalist WCHA Final Five Finalist

AHCA “COACH OF THE YEAR” AWARD YEAR COACH

SCHOOL

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

Ed Jeremiah Cheddy Thompson John Mariucci Vic Heyliger Ralph “Cooney” Weiland Bill Harrison Jack Riley Harry Cleverly John “Snooks” Kelley Jack Riley Murray Armstrong

Dartmouth Colorado College Minnesota Michigan Harvard Clarkson Army Boston University Boston College Army Denver

1962 1963 1964

Jack Kelley Tony Frasca Tom Eccleston, Jr.

Colby Colorado College Providence

YEAR COACH 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

SCHOOL

Jim Fullerton Amo Bessone Len Ceglarski Ed Jeremiah Ned Harkness Charlie Holt John MacInnes Ralph “Cooney” Weiland John “Snooks” Kelley Len Ceglarski Charlie Holt Jack Parker John MacInnes Jerry York Jack Parker Charlie Holt Rick Comley Bill O’Flaherty Fern Flaman Bill Cleary Mike Sertich Len Ceglarski Ralph Backstrom John “Gino” Gasparini Frank Anzalone Joe Marsh 76

Brown Michigan State Clarkson Dartmouth Cornell New Hampshire Michigan Tech Harvard Boston College Boston College New Hampshire Boston University Michigan Tech Clarkson Boston University New Hampshire Northern Michigan Clarkson Northeastern Harvard Minnesota-Duluth Boston College Denver North Dakota Lake Superior State St. Lawrence

YEAR COACH 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Terry Slater Rick Comley Ron Mason George Gwozdecky Don Lucia Shawn Walsh Bruce Crowder Dean Blais Tim Taylor Richard Umile Joe Marsh Dean Blais Tim Whitehead Bob Daniels Scott Sandelin George Gwozdecky Enrico Blasi Jeff Jackson Red Berenson Jack Parker Wayne Wilson Nate Leaman Bob Daniels Norm Bazin Rick Bennett Mike Hastings Rand Pecknold 

SCHOOL Colgate Northern Michigan Michigan State Miami University Colorado College Maine UMass-Lowell North Dakota Yale New Hampshire St. Lawrence North Dakota Maine Ferris State Minnesota-Duluth Denver Miami Notre Dame Michigan Boston University RIT Union Ferris State UMass Lowell Union Minnesota State Quinnipiac


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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

R E C O R D S & S TAT I S T I C S

TIGER HOCKEY CENTURY CLUB PLAYER

POSITION

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Defenseman

12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

26. 28. 29. 31. 32. 33. 35. 36. 37. 39. 40. 41. 42. 44. 45. 47. 48. 50.

Dave Delich Brian Swanson Doug Palazzari Bruce Aikens Rob Doyle* Jim Warner Greg Whyte Peter Sejna Jay McNeill Tie, Dave Feamster Brett Sterling Marty Sertich Peter Geronazzo Noah Clarke Doug Lidster Chris Ray Colin Schmidt Ron Hartwell Dale Maksymyk Mark Cullen Steve Strunk Tony Frasca Tie, Bob Collyard Harry Whitworth Steve Sertich Tie, Rylan Schwartz Scott Swanson Rick Boh Tie, Darren Clark Brent Gropp Bill “Red” Hay Omer Brandt Tie, Chad Remackel Mike Bertsch Jody Jaraczewski Scott Schneider Tie, R.J. Enga Clare Smith Dick Rowell Chad Rau Mike Haedrich Tie, Bob McCusker Ed Zawatsky Bob Mancini Tie, Joe Slattery Dan Brennan Tim Budy Tie, Doug Clarke Toby Petersen Calvin Elfring

* Leading scorer among defensemen

100 POINTS OR MORE IN CC CAREER

YEARS

GAMES

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

1975-79 1995-99 1970-74 1978-82 1983-87 1974-78 1977-81 2000-03 1992-96 1976-80 2002-06 2002-06 1992-96 1999-03 1979-83 1947-51 1992-96 1949-52 1977-81 1998-02 1988-92 1949-52 1968-71 1946-50 1970-74 2009-13 1995-99 1983-87 1995-99 1982-86 1956-58 1950-53 1992-96 1969-73 1990-94 1983-87 1991-95 1953-56 1941-42, ’46-49 2005-09 1974-78 1956-58 1987-91 1978-82 1946-49 1982-86 1985-89 1983-85, ’86-87 1996-00 1994-98

153 167 117 137 153 142 149 126 158 150 150 166 146 164 143 99 150 74 141 153 160 74 84 93 125 156 170 143 156 147 60 70 150 124 153 150 158 82 69 159 138 60 151 146 69 145 160 109 138 171

111 88 95 100 51 89 86 91 100 45 108 61 91 63 56 96 69 112 72 53 78 76 69 71 75 59 35 63 72 59 60 70 63 57 73 72 61 59 56 73 62 81 51 54 81 59 63 29 59 32

174 144 133 117 151 109 111 99 89 139 76 121 87 113 118 77 103 58 97 114 87 87 93 91 87 100 124 94 83 96 94 77 82 88 71 71 81 83 85 67 73 53 83 77 49 71 66 99 69 95

285 232 228 217 202 198 197 190 189 184 184 182 178 176 174 173 172 170 169 167 165 163 162 162 162 159 159 157 155 155 154 147 145 145 144 143 142 142 141 140 135 134 134 131 130 130 129 128 128 127

Scoring totals include all NCAA, NCHC and WCHA playoff games

77

DOUG PALAZZARI 1970-74

DAVE FEAMSTER 1976-80

TOM PREISSING 1999-03

JAY McNEILL 1992-96

BILL “RED” HAY 1956-58 — played eight seasons in the NHL. Elected to Hockey Hall of Fame in 2015


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R E C O R D S & S TAT I S T I C S

TIGER HOCKEY CENTURY CLUB (CONTINUED) PLAYER

POSITION

51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57.

Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward

59.

63. 65. 67. 68. 69. 71. 73.

Tom Preissing Jason Gudmundson John Andrews Kent Fearns Spike Wilson Bruce Stewart Tie, Dean Magee Chris Anderson Tie, Justin Morrison Tom Kelly Doug Kirton Eric Rud Tie, Joey Crabb Rick Pracht Tie, Bill Sweatt Jimmy Kilpatrick Bob Lindberg Jim Kronschnabel Tie, Ike Scott Gord Whitaker Tie, Ryan Reynard Alexander Krushelnyski Tie, Wayne Holmes Ken Filbey

JIM WARNER 1974-78

YEARS

GAMES

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

1999-03 1994-98 1955-59 1991-95 1939-42 1945-49 1974-78 1986-90 1997-01 1978-82 1986-90 1993-97 2002-06 1975-78 2006-10 2004-08 1964-67 1974-78 1956-58 1983-87 1991-95 2010-14 1973-77 1982-86

154 157 114 153 47 80 135 152 159 147 144 168 159 89 143 149 79 121 60 132 151 158 121 151

39 53 50 35 89 67 60 54 55 54 48 22 53 51 46 37 59 30 57 55 46 42 33 50

87 72 71 84 28 47 53 59 57 58 64 90 57 59 63 72 48 75 46 48 55 59 67 50

126 125 121 119 117 114 113 113 112 112 112 112 110 110 109 109 107 105 103 103 101 101 100 100

SCOTT SWANSON 1995-99

MARTY SERTICH 2002-06

78

BILL SWEATT 2006-10

BRETT STERLING 2002-06


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ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

CC YEAR-BY-YEAR SCORING LEADERS SEASON 1930s .......1939-40 1940s .......1940-41 1941-42 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1950s .......1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960s .......1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970s .......1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980s .......1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990s .......1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

PLAYER Spike Wilson Spike Wilson Spike Wilson Harry Whitworth Dick Rowell Dick Rowell Joe Slattery Harry Whitworth Ron Hartwell Ron Hartwell Omer Brandt Clare Smith Clare Smith John Andrews Bill Hay Bill Hay Harley Patterson Brian Bleakney Brian Dutkowski Archie Prestayko Don Stouffer Art Berglund John Simus Bob Magie Bob Lindberg Bob Lindberg Pete Ryan Bob Collyard Bob Collyard Bob Collyard Doug Palazzari Mike Bertsch Doug Palazzari Jim Warner Dave Delich Dave Delich Greg Whyte Dave Delich Bruce Aikens Bruce Aikens Bruce Aikens Doug Lidster Ken Filbey Rob Doyle Rob Doyle Rick Boh Rick Boh Keith Hoppe Tim Budy Chris Anderson Ed Zawatsky Steve Strunk Jay McNeill Jay McNeill Colin Schmidt Peter Geronazzo

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

24 43 22 19 18 19 25 25 44 40 15 23 21 27 28 32 17 12 8 10 17 18 21 21 26 22 8 31 18 20 32 19 31 30 23 29 28 32 26 23 27 15 20 11 18 30 22 19 23 20 20 25 18 25 26 29

7 18 3 14 37 31 25 35 18 27 19 23 39 25 45 48 14 9 7 16 20 19 17 11 15 22 21 17 39 37 40 39 48 25 26 43 54 52 36 36 14 41 21 44 41 29 42 23 23 26 30 25 21 19 31 28

31 61 25 33 55 50 50 60 62 67 34 46 60 52 73 80 31 21 15 26 37 37 38 32 41 44 29 48 57 57 72 58 79 55 49 72 82 84 62 59 41 56 41 55 59 59 64 42 46 46 50 50 39 44 57 57

SEASON 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000s .......2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

PLAYER

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

36 19 18 25 17 29 14 26 36 11 27 31 7 28 18 15 17 15 20 5 10 13

33 32 38 41 20 29 36 24 46 28 37 24 25 14 19 18 30 26 33 20 20 9

69 51 56 66 37 58 50 50 82 39 64 55 32 42 37 33 47 41 53 25 30 22

Peter Geronazzo Brian Swanson Brian Swanson Brian Swanson Noah Clarke Peter Sejna Mark Cullen Peter Sejna Peter Sejna Marty Sertich Marty Sertich Brett Sterling Jimmy Kilpatrick Chad Rau Chad Rau Bill Sweatt Jaden Schwarz Jaden Schwartz Rylan Schwartz Jaccob Slavin Cody Bradley Hunter Fejes

ALL-TIME LEADERS AMONG DEFENSEMEN PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Rob Doyle Dave Feamster Doug Lidster Scott Swanson Doug Clarke Calvin Elfring Tom Preissing Kent Fearns Eric Rud

SEASONS

GP

G

A

TP

1983-87 1976-80 1979-83 1995-99 1983-85, ’86-87 1994-98 1999-03 1991-95 1993-97

153 150 143 170 109 171 154 153 168

51 45 56 35 29 32 39 35 22

151 139 118 124 99 95 87 84 90

202 184 174 159 128 127 126 119 112

CAREER POINTS PER GAME

79

ALL CC PLAYERS

PLAYER

SEASONS

GP

POINTS

AVG.

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

1956-58 1939-42 1949-52 1956-58 1949-52 1950-53 1941-42, ’46-49 1970-74 1968-71 1947-51 1946-50 1953-56 1956-58 1946-49 1975-79

60 47 74 60 74 70 69 117 84 99 93 82 60 69 153

154 117 170 134 163 147 141 228 162 173 162 142 103 130 285

2.57 2.49 2.30 2.23 2.20 2.10 2.04 1.95 1.93 1.75 1.74 1.73 1.72 1.88 1.86

Bill “Red” Hay Spike Wilson Ron Hartwell Bob McCusker Tony Frasca Omer Brandt Dick Rowell Doug Palazzari Bob Collyard Chris Ray Harry Whitworth Clare Smith Ike Scott Joe Slattery Dave Delich


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ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

CAREER GOALS PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

23. 24.

Ron Hartwell Dave Delich Brett Sterling Tie, Bruce Aikens Jay McNeill Chris Ray Doug Palazzari Tie, Peter Sejna Peter Geronazzo Tie, Spike Wilson Jim Warner Brian Swanson Greg Whyte Tie, Bob McCusker Joe Slattery Steve Strunk Tony Frasca Steve Sertich Jody Jaraczewski Tie, Darren Clark Scott Schneider Dale Maksymyk Harry Whitworth Bob Collyard Colin Schmidt

CAREER ASSISTS SEASONS

GOALS

1949-52 1975-79 2002-06 1978-82 1992-96 1947-51 1970-74 2002-03 1992-96 1939-42 1974-78 1995-99 1977-81 1956-58 1946-49 1988-92 1949-52 1970-74 1990-94 1995-99 1983-87 1977-81 1946-50 1968-71 1992-96

112 111 108 100 100 96 95 91 91 89 89 88 86 81 81 78 76 75 73 72 72 72 71 69 69

SINGLE-SEASON GOALS PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

11. 12.

15.

18.

Bob McCusker Ron Hartwell Spike Wilson Ron Hartwell Joe Slattery Tie, Peter Geronazzo Peter Sejna Tie, Brett Sterling Tony Frasca Bob McCusker Jay McNeill Tie, Bill Hay Doug Palazzari Dave Delich Tie, Chris Ray Bob Collyard Brett Sterling Rick Boh

PLAYER

SEASONS

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

1975-79 1983-87 1995-99 1976-80 1970-74 1995-99 2002-06 1979-83 1978-82 1998-02 1999-03 1977-81 1974-78 1995-96 2009-13 2000-03 1983-87 1977-81 1982-86 1994-98 1956-58 1983-87 1968-71 1946-50 1993-97 1992-96 1992-96 1988-92 1999-03

174 151 144 139 133 124 121 118 117 114 113 111 109 103 100 99 99 97 96 95 94 94 93 91 90 89 87 87 87

18. 19. 20. 21. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Dave Delich Rob Doyle Brian Swanson Dave Feamster Doug Palazzari Scott Swanson Marty Sertich Doug Lidster Bruce Aikens Mark Cullen Noah Clarke Greg Whyte Jim Warner Colin Schmidt Rylan Schwartz Tie, Peter Sejna Doug Clarke Dale Maksymyk Brent Gropp Calvin Elfring Tie, Bill “Red” Hay Rick Boh Bob Collyard Harry Whitworth Eric Rud Jay McNeill Tie, Peter Geronazzo Steve Strunk Tom Preissing

DAVE DELICH CC’s all-time points (285) and assists (174) leader.

SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS

SEASON

GOALS

1956-57 1950-51 1940-41 1951-52 1947-48 1995-96 2002-03 2004-05 1949-50 1957-58 1994-95 1957-58 1971-72 1978-79 1949-50 1968-69 2005-06 1985-86

47 44 43 40 38 36 36 34 34 34 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 30

PLAYER 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13.

17.

Greg Whyte Dave Delich Dave Delich Noah Clarke Tie, Bill Hay Doug Palazzari Peter Sejna Tie, Bill Hay Dave Feamster Rob Doyle Dave Delich Rick Boh Tie, Brian Swanson Scott Swanson Doug Lidster Rob Doyle Doug Palazzari

SEASON

ASSISTS

1977-78 1977-78 1978-79 2002-03 1957-58 1973-74 2002-03 1956-57 1978-79 1984-85 1976-77 1986-87 1998-99 1998-99 1982-83 1985-86 1971-72

54 53 52 49 48 48 46 45 45 44 43 42 41 41 41 41 40

GREG WHYTE Owns the school record for most assists in a season with 54.

All totals include playoff games

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ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TEAM RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS Best Winning Pct. (Regular Season) ............. .857 Best Winning Pct. (Conference Regular Season) .875 Best Winning Pct. (Overall Season) .............. .844 Worst Season..............................................0-23 Most Victories (Regular Season).......................28 Most Victories (Conference Regular Season).....26 Most Victories (Overall Season)........................33 Most Consecutive Victories..............................12 Longest Undefeated Streak .............................18 Largest Margin of Victory .............................26-3 17-0 16-0 Most Losses (Overall Season)..........................33 Most Consecutive Losses ................................34 Most Ties .......................................................10

in 1995-96 (28-3-4) in 1995-96 (26-2-4 WCHA) in 1956-57 (27-5, National Champions) in 1961-62 (excluding victory over Alumni) in 1995-96 (WCHA) in 1995-96 in 1995-96 in 1956-57 in 1995-96 (15-0-3) vs. University of Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); vs. College of St. Thomas in 1954-55; vs. University of Denver (Jan. 6, 1950) in 1987-88 in last 11 games of 1960-61 and all 23 during 1961-62 season, excluding victory over alumni in 2008-09

FASTEST CONSECUTIVE GOALS Two...........................................................2 sec. Three ......................................................17 sec. Four............................................................1:13 Five (All Games/vs. Conf Opp.) .....................2:30 3:29 5:18 Six (All Games/vs. Conf Opp.) ......................5:00. 6:50 8:36 Seven (All Games/vs. Conf Opp.) 6:45 6:50 10:04

vs. Michigan Tech (Feb. 1, 1952) vs. North Dakota (Jan. 25, 1980) vs. Lake Forest (Nov. 18, 1966) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); vs. Boston University, NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950); vs. North Dakota (Jan. 25, 1980) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); vs. Boston University (NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950); vs. Denver (Feb. 21, 1987) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); vs. Boston University, NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950); vs. Denver (Feb. 21, 1987)

DOUG LIDSTER 1979-83, All-America defenseman went on to win the Stanley Cup twice as an NHL player.

MOST PENALTY MINUTES Period...........................................................82* Game ...........................................................94* Two-game Series 112* 103 Season .......................................................924*

vs. Minnesota State (Feb. 28, 2003) vs. Minnesota State (Feb. 28, 2003) vs. Minnesota State (Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 2003); vs. Wisconsin (Feb. 19-20, 1993) in 1994-95; 889 in 1984-85

MOST GOALS Period ............................................................10 ......................................................................... Game.............................................................26 17 Two-game Series ............................................42 31 27 Season.........................................................225

vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947) and vs. Boston University NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); vs. Princeton in 1950-51 and Yale in 1956-57 vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5-6, 1947); vs. Tulsa All-Stars in 1940-41; vs. Yale in 1956-57 and St. Bonaventure in 1956-57 in 1995-96; 213 in 1994-95; 206 in 1977-78

MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS Game...............................................................8 Season...........................................................86

vs. Lowell (Jan. 18, 1986) in 1995-96; 72 in 2002-03; 67 in 1994-95; 56 in 1991-92 & 2010-11; 55 in 1988-89; 54 in 1978-79 PETER SEJNA 2000-2003; Holds the school record for most goals in one season by a freshman (29)

* Note: Starting in 1992-93, game misconduct and game disqualification penalties were assessed 10-minute values. Prior to that season, those penalties carried no such values.

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TEAM RECORDS (continued) MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS Period ..............................................................3 Game...............................................................5 Season...........................................................16

vs. Minnesota (Jan. 9, 1981) vs. Minnesota (Jan. 9, 1981) in 1995-96; 15 in 1994-95; 12 in 1980-81; 11 in 1991-92

MISCELLANEOUS SEASON HIGHS Hat Tricks .......................................................14 Assists .........................................................357 Points ..........................................................582

in 1956-57 (excluding 2 vs. Alumni) in 1995-96; 353 in 1977-78 in 1995-96; 559 in 1977-78

GOALS AGAINST Most in a Game..............................................15 Most in a Season..........................................227 Fastest Two...............................................2 sec. Fastest Three ..........................................31 sec.

by Minnesota in 1946-47 in 1982-83 by North Dakota (Jan. 30, 1960) by Denver (Nov. 13, 1971)

CONFERENCE PLAYOFF RECORDS

118 GAMES: 49-68-1 (.427)

TEAM RECORDS Longest Game .............................................4 ot Most Goals in a Game.....................................11 Mark Hicks/Westside Photographic

JUSTIN MORRISON 1997-01, owns the school record (6) for most goals in a single conference playoff year.

Most Goals Against in a Game.........................10 Most Goals in a Game, Both Teams .................17 Most Penalties in a Game ...............................20 Penalty Minutes in a Game..............................48 Last Shutout ..............................March 22, 2013 Last Time Shut Out ....................Mar.ch 11, 2007

CC 1, Wisconsin 0 (129 minutes, 30 seconds) on March 8, 1997 CC 11, Wisconsin 4 (March 7, 1981); CC 11, Alaska Anchorage 3 (March 10, 1995) Minnesota 10, CC 4 (Feb. 28, 1986) Michigan 9, CC 8 (March 5, 1975) vs. Wisconsin (March 13, 1993) vs. Wisconsin (March 13, 1993) Joe Howe (2-0 vs. Minnesota in Final Five semifinals) (1-0, by Michigan Tech in Game 3, First Round)

INDIVIDUAL (SINGLE GAME) Goals ...............................................................4 Assists .............................................................4 Points ..............................................................5 Penalties ..........................................................3 Penalty Minutes..............................................12 Saves.............................................................60

Dale Maksymyk, vs. Minnesota (March 14, 1981) Eric Rud, vs. Alaska Anchorage (March 10, 1995) Ryan Reynard, vs. Alaska Anchorage (March 10, 1995) 4 different players 2 different players Judd Lambert, vs. Wisconsin (March 8, 1997)

INDIVIDUAL (SINGLE SERIES) Goals ...............................................................4 Assists .............................................................5 Points ..............................................................6 Penalties ..........................................................6 Penalty Minutes..............................................12 Saves...........................................................100

Dale Maksymyk, vs. Minnesota (March 13-14, 1981) Eric Rud (2 games), vs. Alaska Anchorage (March 10-11, 1995) Jody Jaraczewski (3 games), vs. Minnesota Duluth (March 13-15, 1992) Eric Rud, vs. Alaska Anchorage (March 10-11, 1995) Ryan Reynard, vs. Wisconsin (March 12-13, 1993) Reynard & McNeill, vs. Wisconsin (March 12-13, 1993) Marty Wakelyn, vs. Wisconsin (Feb. 25-26, 1983)

INDIVIDUAL (CONFERENCE PLAYOFF YEAR) Goals ...............................................................6 OT Goals ..........................................................1 Assists .............................................................7

Points ..............................................................9 JOE HOWE 2009-13, owns school record for most saves (206) in a single conference playoff year.

Penalties ..........................................................6 Penalty Minutes..............................................12 Saves...........................................................206

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GOALS Period ..............................................................4 Game...............................................................7

GREG WHYTE 1977-81, Owns the CC and WCHA record for most points (82) in a season by a freshman.

JODY JARACZEWSKI 1990-94, Shares the program’s record for most career shorthanded goals with nine.

Regular Season ..............................................43 Overall Season Including Playoffs ....................47 Career..........................................................112 Career Shorthanded..........................................9 Single Season by a Defenseman......................23 Career by a Defenseman.................................56 Single Season by a Freshman .........................29 Fastest to Start a Game .............................6 sec. Fastest Two...............................................6 sec. 8 sec. Fastest Three ..........................................46 sec.

Ron Hartwell vs. North Dakota (Dec. 24, 1952) Spike Wilson vs. Tulsa All-Stars (March 15, 1941); Clare Smith vs. University of British Columbia (March 8, 1954) Ron Hartwell (1950-51) Bob McCusker (1956-57); 44, Ron Hartwell (1950-51) Ron Hartwell (1949-52); 111, Dave Delich (1975-79) Jody Jaraczewski (1990-94) and Brian Swanson (1995-99) Tom Preissing (2002-03) Doug Lidster (1979-83) Peter Sejna (2000-01) Grant Block vs. Michigan Tech (Feb. 8, 1992) Wayne Nelson vs. Lake Forest (Nov. 18, 1966) Greg Whyte vs. North Dakota (Jan. 25, 1980) Wayne Nelson vs. Lake Forest (Nov. 18, 1966); 1:40 Chris Ray vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947)

HAT TRICKS Season.............................................................7 Career............................................................13 DEAN MAGEE 1974-78, Holds the Tiger record for most penalty minutes in a season (144) and career (438). He also is tied for 55th place on CC’s all-time scoring list with 113 career points (60g,53a).

Bob McCusker (1956-57, excluding 3-goal game vs. Alumni); 6 Joe Slattery (1947-48) Spike Wilson (1939-42)

ASSISTS Game...............................................................6 Season...........................................................54 Two-year Career .............................................94 Three-year Career...........................................99 Four-year Career ..........................................174 Season by a Defenseman................................45 Career by a Defenseman...............................151 Season by a Freshman ...................................54

Rob Doyle vs. Lowell (Jan. 18, 1986) Greg Whyte (1977-78) Bill Hay (1956-58) Peter Sejna (2000-03) Dave Delich (1975-79) Dave Feamster (1978-79); 44, Rob Doyle (1984-85) Rob Doyle (1983-87); 139, Dave Feamster (1976-80) Greg Whyte (1977-78)

TOTAL POINTS Period ..............................................................6 Game.............................................................11

Two-game Series ............................................18 Season...........................................................84 Season by a Freshman ...................................82 Three-year Career.........................................190 Four-year Career ..........................................285 Career by a Defenseman...............................202 Most Consecutive Games with a Point .............31

Scott Schneider, 6 (3 goals, 3 assists vs. Denver, Feb. 21, 1987) Spike Wilson (7 goals, 4 assists) vs. Tulsa All-Stars (March 14, 1941); 9 Clare Smith (7 goals, 2 assists) vs. U. of British Columbia (March 8, 1954); 9 Tony Frasca (6 goals, 3 assists) vs. Michigan Tech (1951-52) Spike Wilson (10 goals, 8 assists) vs. Tulsa All-Stars (March 14-15, 1941) Dave Delich (32 goals, 52 assists) in 1978-79 Greg Whyte (1977-78) Peter Sejna (91 goals, 99 assists) from 2000-03 Dave Delich (111 goals, 174 assists) from 1975-79 Rob Doyle (1983-87) Peter Sejna (last game of 2001-02 and first 30 of 2002-03)

GAMES PLAYED Most in a Career...........................................171 Most Consecutive .........................................171

Calvin Elfring (1994-98) Calvin Elfring (1994-98)

PENALTIES Season...........................................................60 Career..........................................................188

Greg Smith (1978-79) Dave Feamster (1976-80)

PENALTY MINUTES CALVIN ELFRING 1994-98, owns team record for most games and consecutive games (171) played in CC career.

Season.........................................................144 Career..........................................................438

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GOALTENDING RECORDS BEST GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE Overall Season ............................................1.85 WCHA Season .............................................1.75 Career (three or more seasons) ....................2.32 Career (two seasons) .................................. 2.24

Richard Bachman (2007-08); 2.14, Judd Lambert (1995-96) Bachman (2007-08); 2.05, Lambert (1995-96) Curtis McElhinney (2001-05) Bachman (2007-09)

MOST VICTORIES Career............................................................76

Jeff Sanger (1998-02)

MOST SAVES Period ............................................................30 26 Game.............................................................72 61 Playoff Game..................................................60 Two-game Series ..........................................103 Two-game Playoff Series ...............................100 Season (All Games)....................................1,184 Season (Conference Games) ......................1,081 Career (All Games).....................................3,630 Career (Conference Games) .......................2,886

Eddie Mio vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 17, 1973); Tom Frame vs. Minnesota (Jan. 10, 1981) Eddie Mio vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 17, 1973); Marty Wakelyn vs. North Dakota (Dec. 10, 1983) Judd Lambert vs. Wisconsin (March 8, 1997) Marty Wakelyn vs. North Dakota (Dec. 9-10, 1983) Wakelyn vs. Wisconsin (1983 WCHA first round) Wakelyn in 1984-85 Wakelyn in 1984-85 Wakelyn (1982-86) Wakelyn (1982-86)

MARTY WAKELYN 1982-86, CC’s all-time saves leader for a single season (1,184 in 1984-85) as well as a career (3,630).

RICHARD BACHMAN Richard Bachman set several team records as a freshman in 2007-08.

JEFF SANGER 1998-02, CC’s all-time leader with 76 victories in net and 16 career shutouts.

CURTIS McELHINNEY 2001-05, holds the team record for lowest career goals-against average (2.32) over three or more seasons.

BEST SAVES PERCENTAGE Overall Season ........................................... .931

Conference Season..................................... .937 Career (three or more seasons) ................... .913 Career (two seasons) .................................. .922

Richard Bachman (2007-08); .924 Josh Thorimbert (2011-12); .922, Curtis McElhinney (2004-05); .914, Bachman (2008-09); .912, Judd Lambert (1996-97) Bachman (2007-08); .931, McElhinney (2004-05); .923, Lambert (1996-97); .913 Bachman (2008-09) Matt Zaba (2003-07); .912, McElhinney (2001-05); .906, Sanger (1998-02) Bachman (2007-09)

MOST SHUTOUTS Season.............................................................7 Career............................................................16

Jeff Sanger in 2001-02 Sanger (1998-02); 10, Zaba (2003-07); 9, McElhinney (2001-05)

LAST SHUTOUT Conference Regular Season ...........Feb. 28, 2015 Non-League Regular Season..........Jan. 21, 2011 Post-Season (NCAA playoffs) ......March 22, 2002 Post-Season (Conference playoffs) March 22, 2013

(5-0) by Tyler Marble vs. WMU (7-0) by Josh Thorimbert & Tyler O’Brien vs. Alabama-Huntsville (2-0) by Jeff Sanger vs. Michigan State University, at NCAA West Regional (Ann Arbor, Mich.) (2-0) by Joe Howe vs. Minnesota in Final Five semifinals

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SINGLE-SEASON SAVES PLAYER

SEASON

SAVES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1984-85 1986-87 1975-76 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84 1987-88

1,184 1,167 1,134 1,101 1,071 1,069 1,065

PLAYER

YEARS

SAVES

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

1982-86 1985-89 2009-13 1972-76 2003-07 1977-81 1966-69 1998-02 2010-14 2001-05 1971-75 1992-96 1969-73

3,630 3,603 3,199 3,047 2,682 2,297 2,194 2,161 2,150 2,069 2,047 2,034 2,025

Marty Wakelyn Derek Pizzey Eddie Mio Tom Frame Ryan Struch Marty Wakelyn Derek Pizzey

CAREER SAVES Marty Wakelyn Derek Pizzey Joe Howe Eddie Mio Matt Zaba Tom Frame Don Gale Jeff Sanger Josh Thorimbert Curtis McElhinney Dan Griffin Ryan Bach Doug Schum


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CC TEAM AWARD WINNERS

M.B. HOPPER AWARD LEADING SCORER 1939-40 ........................................................Spike Wilson 1940-41 ........................................................Spike Wilson 1941-42 ........................................................Spike Wilson 1946-47 ...................................................Harry Whitworth 1947-48 ..........................................................Dick Rowell 1948-49 ....................................Dick Rowell & Joe Slattery 1949-50 ...................................................Harry Whitworth 1950-51 ........................................................Ron Hartwell 1951-52 ........................................................Ron Hartwell 1952-53 ........................................................Omer Brandt 1953-54 ..........................................................Clare Smith 1954-55 ..........................................................Clare Smith 1955-56 ......................................................John Andrews 1956-57 ................................................................Bill Hay 1957-58 ................................................................Bill Hay 1958-59 ...................................................Harley Patterson 1959-60 .....................................................Brian Bleakney 1960-61 ...................................................Brian Dutkowski 1961-62 ..................................................Archie Prestayko 1962-63..................................Art Berglund & Don Stouffer 1963-64..........................................................John Simus 1964-65 ...........................................................Bob Magie 1965-66 .......................................................Bob Lindberg 1966-67 .......................................................Bob Lindberg 1967-68 ............................................................Pete Ryan 1968-69.........................................................Bob Collyard 1969-70.........................................................Bob Collyard 1970-71.........................................................Bob Collyard 1971-72 .....................................................Doug Palazzari 1972-73........................................................Mike Bertsch 1973-74 .....................................................Doug Palazzari 1974-75 ..........................................................Jim Warner 1975-76..........................................................Dave Delich 1976-77..........................................................Dave Delich 1977-78 ..........................................................Greg Whyte 1978-79..........................................................Dave Delich

BOB JOHNSON AWARD FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1988-89 ........................................................Steve Strunk 1989-90.......................................................John Mooney 1990-91 .................................................Jody Jaraczewski 1991-92 .........................................................Kent Fearns 1992-93..........................................................Jay McNeill 1993-94 ...........................................................Ryan Bach 1994-95........................................................Calvin Elfring 1995-96.....................................................Brian Swanson 1996-97 ......................................................Toby Petersen 1997-98.......................................................Paul Manning 1998-99..........................................................Jeff Sanger 1999-00.........................................................Noah Clarke 2000-01..........................................................Peter Sejna 2001-02........................................................Scott Polaski 2002-03........................................................Brett Sterling 2003-04............................................................Matt Zaba 2004-05...................................................Jimmy Kilpatrick 2005-06 ............................................................Chad Rau 2006-07 ...........................................................Bill Sweatt 2007-08.................................................Richard Bachman 2008-09 .....................................................Gabe Guentzel 2009-10 ............................................................Joe Howe 2010-11 ...................................................Jaden Schwartz 2011-12......................................................Aaron Harstad 2012-13 ........................................................Hunter Fejes 2013-14.......................................................Jaccob Slavin 2014-15..................................................Teemu Kivihalme 2015-16.........................................................Trey Bradley

STEVE EBERT AWARD 1979-80........................................................Bruce Aikens 1980-81........................................................Bruce Aikens 1981-82........................................................Bruce Aikens 1982-83 ........................................................Doug Lidster 1983-84 ............................................................Ken Filbey 1984-85 ............................................................Rob Doyle 1985-86...........................................Rick Boh & Rob Doyle 1986-87 ..............................................................Rick Boh 1987-88 .........................................................Keith Hoppe 1988-89 .............................................................Tim Budy 1989-90.....................................................Chris Anderson 1990-91.........................................................Ed Zawatsky 1991-92 ........................................................Steve Strunk 1992-93 ..........................................................Jay McNeill 1993-94 ..........................................................Jay McNeill 1994-95 ..........................Peter Geronazzo & Colin Schmidt 1995-96 ...................................................Peter Geronazzo 1996-97 .....................................................Brian Swanson 1997-98 .....................................................Brian Swanson 1998-99 .....................................................Brian Swanson 1999-00 .........................................................Noah Clarke 2000-01 ..........................................................Peter Sejna 2001-02 ....................................Mark Cullen & Peter Sejna 2002-03 ..........................................................Peter Sejna 2003-04 .......................................................Marty Sertich 2004-05 .......................................................Marty Sertich 2005-06........................................................Brett Sterling 2006-07...................................................Jimmy Kilpatrick 2007-08.............................................................Chad Rau 2008-09.............................................................Chad Rau 2009-10............................................................Bill Sweatt 2010-11....................................................Jaden Schwartz 2011-12....................................................Jaden Schwartz 2012-13.....................................................Rylan Schwartz 2013-14.......................................................Jaccob Slavin 2014-15 .......................................................Cody Bradley 2015-16 ........................................................Hunter Fejes

PAUL MARKOVICH AWARD TOP STUDENT 1988-89 ......................................Tim Budy 1989-90 ....................................Rik Duryea 1990-91 ........................Shawn Reddington 1991-92 ...........................................................Rik Duryea 1992-93 ...............................................Shawn Reddington 1993-94........................................................Rob Shypitka 1994-95 ..........................................................Jon Steiner 1995-96 ...........................................Jason Christopherson 1996-97 ..............................Chad Hartnell & Judd Lambert 1997-98 ........................................................Geoff Herzog 1998-99..........................................................Todd Gustin 1999-00 .........................................................Berk Nelson 2000-01.........................................................Mike Colgan 2001-02......................................................Shaun Winkler 2002-03 .................................Tom Preissing & Peter Sejna 2003-04 ........................................................Reid Goolsby 2004-05 ........................................................Brett Sterling 2005-06 ................................J.P. Brunkhorst & Lee Sweatt 2006-07 ...........................................................Lee Sweatt 2007-08............................................................Jack Hillen 2008-09.......................................................Brian McMillin 2009-10.......................................................Brian McMillin 2010-11.............................David Civitarese & Ryan Lowery 2011-12 ....................................................David Civitarese 2012-13............Alexander Krushelnyski & Eamonn McDermott 2013-14............Alexander Krushelnyski & Eamonn McDermott 2014-15 ........................................................Jared Hanson 2015-16 ...........................................................Zach Aman 85

DEDICATION, DESIRE, ABILITY & SPORTSMANSHIP 1970-71 ...........................................................Cliff Purpur 1971-72 ..........................................................Bill Baldrica 1972-73 ........................................................Mike Bertsch 1973-74 ........................................................Steve Sertich 1974-75 ......................................Pat Lawson & Dan Griffin 1975-76 ...........................................................Lynn Olson 1976-77......................................................Wayne Holmes 1977-78 ......................................................Mike Haedrich 1978-79 ......................................................Richard Pracht 1979-80....................................Gary Reinking & Glenn Van 1980-81...........................................................Ged Seguin 1981-82 .....................................................Scott Hampson 1982-83......................................................Greg Hampson 1983-84 .......................................................Pete Lindgren 1984-85 ............................................................Dan Dolan 1985-86 ......................................................Marty Wakelyn 1986-87....................................Rick Boh & Scott Campbell 1987-88..........................................................Keith Hoppe 1988-89........................................................Joe Schwartz 1989-90........................................................Joe Schwartz 1990-91 ....................................Rik Duryea & Steve Strunk 1991-92 ..........................................................Grant Block 1992-93 .......................................................Brian Bethard 1993-94 ........................................................Jim Paradise 1994-95 ....................................................Chad Remackel 1995-96 ....................................................Chad Remackel 1996-97........................................................Chad Hartnell 1997-98 ..........................................................T.J. Tanberg 1998-99 .........................................................Darren Clark 1999-00 .......................................................Toby Petersen 2000-01 .........................................................Mike Colgan 2001-02...........................................................Mike Stuart 2002-03 ............................................................Joe Cullen 2003-04 ..........................................................Mark Stuart 2004-05 ...........................Mark Stuart & Curtis McElhinney 2005-06 ..................................................Trevor Frischmon 2006-07 ...........................................................Lee Sweatt 2007-08 ...................................................Jimmy Kilpatrick 2008-09.............................................................Chad Rau 2009-10 ......................................................Brian McMillin 2010-11..........................................................Nick Dineen 2011-12..........................................................Nick Dineen 2012-13 ....................................................William Rapuzzi 2013-14 ...................................................Josh Thorimbert 2014-15 .................................................Peter Stoykewych 2015-16 ......................................................Andrew Farny

JONI BRANDNER MEMORIAL AWARD DEDICATION TO TIGER HOCKEY 2000-01 ......................Amanda Brandner & Alice Ledbetter 2001-02......................................................Karlene Cotton 2002-03........................................................Nick Remmel 2003-04..............................................................Jill Rubin 2004-05 ........................................................Dave Moross 2005-06 ........................................................Walter Jones 2006-07.....................Scott Ledbetter & Becky McCammon 2007-08 .........................................................Jeff Thomas 2008-09 ........................................................Karen Crews 2009-10 ...............................................Barb & Herb Sweat 2010-11.........................................................Rich Stetson 2011-12 ..........................................................Ray Werner 2012-13 .........Blue Ribbon Trophies - Karen, Bill & Amanda 2013-14....................................................Victoria Thomas 2014-15.............................................................Jim Olsen 2015-16 ...........................................Joey and Kim Spinelli


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RODMAN AWARD SPORTSMANSHIP & LEADERSHIP 1979-80 ......................................................Gary Reinking 1980-81 ........................................................Ron Reichart 1981-82.............................................................Tom Kelly 1982-83 ......................................................Butch Selman 1983-84 .....................................................Peter Lindgren 1984-85 ......................................................Dale Peterson 1985-86......................................................Tom Pederson 1986-87 .........................................................Keith Hoppe 1987-88 ....................................................Paul Markovich 1988-89 .................................Guy Gadowsky & Matt Shaw 1989-90............................................................Cal Brown 1990-91......................Jon Gustafson & Trevor Pochipinski 1991-92 ........................................................Alan Schuler 1992-93 .....................................................Mark Peterson 1993-94........................................................Jim Paradise 1994-95 ..........................................................Jon Steiner 1995-96...............................................................Eric Rud 1996-97 ......................................................Bob Needham 1997-98........................................................Calvin Elfring 1998-99............................................................Jon Austin 1999-00 ......................................................Toby Petersen 2000-01.......................................................Paul Manning 2001-02....................................................Chris Hartsburg 2002-03 ......................................................Tom Preissing 2003-04..........................................................Colin Stuart 2004-05 ..........................................................Mark Stuart 2005-06 ........................................................Marty Sertich 2006-07.....................................................Brandon Straub 2007-08 .....................................................Scott Thauwald 2008-09 ........................................................Jake Gannon 2009-10 .....................................................Mike Testwuide 2010-11.........................................................Ryan Lowery 2011-12 ......................................................Gabe Guentzel 2012-13.....................................................William Rapuzzi 2013-14 ..........................Eamonn McDermott & Jeff Collett 2014-15 .......................................................Jaccob Slavin 2015-16......................................................Cole McCaskill

THAYER TUTT AWARD MOST VALUABLE PLAYER (SINCE 1988-89) 1988-89..............................................................Tim Budy 1989-90 ..........................................................Doug Kirton 1990-91.........................................................Ed Zawatsky 1991-92.................................Steve Strunk & Chris Hynnes 1992-93........................................................Chris Hynnes 1993-94..........................................................Shawn Reid 1994-95............................................................Ryan Bach 1995-96 ...................................................Peter Geronazzo 1996-97 .....................................................Brian Swanson 1997-98 .....................................................Brian Swanson 1998-99 .....................................................Brian Swanson 1999-00.......................................................Toby Petersen 2000-01..........................................................Mark Cullen 2001-02..........................................................Mark Cullen 2002-03 ..........................................................Peter Sejna 2003-04........................................................Marty Sertich 2004-05........................................................Marty Sertich 2005-06 ........................................................Brett Sterling 2006-07 ............................................................Matt Zaba 2007-08 .................................................Richard Bachman 2008-09.............................................................Chad Rau 2009-10.....................................................Mike Testwuide 2010-11....................................................Jaden Schwartz 2011-12....................................................Jaden Schwartz 2012-13.....................................................Rylan Schwartz 2013-14.......................................................Jaccob Slavin 2014-15.................................................Peter Stoykewych 2015-16 ...................................................................None

Presentation of the M.B. Hopper Award in 1947 – from left to right: team manager Jim Gubbins, trophy recipient Harry Whitworth, head coach Cheddy Thompson and team publicist Mort Hopper.

CHEDDY THOMPSON AWARD MOST VALUABLE PLAYER (PRIOR TO 1987-88) 1950-51 ..........................................................Jim Starrak 1951-52 ........................................................Ron Hartwell 1952-53 ........................................................Omer Brandt 1953-54 ..........................................................Clare Smith 1954-55 ............................................................Phil Hilton 1955-56 .........................................................Don Wishart 1956-57 ................................................................Bill Hay 1957-58 ................................................................Bill Hay 1958-59 ....................................................Bob Southwood 1959-60............................................................Earl Young 1960-61 .........................................................Stan Moskal 1961-62.........................................................Don Stouffer 1962-63 ...................................................Brian Dutkowski 1963-64..........................................................John Simus 1964-65....................................................Warren Fordyce 1965-66 .......................................................Bob Lindberg 1966-67 .......................................................Bob Lindberg 1967-68..............................................................Don Gale 1968-69..............................................................Don Gale 1969-70.........................................................Bob Collyard 1970-71.........................................................Bob Collyard 1971-72 .....................................................Doug Palazzari 1972-73........................................................Steve Sertich 1973-74 .....................................................Doug Palazzari 1974-75 .......................................Jim Warner & Eddie Mio 1975-76.............................................................Eddie Mio 1976-77 .....................................................Wayne Holmes 1977-78.................................................Jim Kronschnabel 1978-79..........................................................Dave Delich 1979-80 .....................................................Dave Feamster 1980-81...........................................................Tom Frame 1981-82 ........................................................Doug Lidster 1982-83 ........................................................Doug Lidster 1983-84......................................................Marty Wakelyn 1984-85 ............................................................Rob Doyle 1985-86 ............................................................Rob Doyle 1986-87 .....................................Rob Doyle & Derek Pizzey 1987-88 .........................................................Keith Hoppe

SHOUT® AWARD GRITTIEST PLAYER 2005-06...........................................................Joey Crabb 86

DAVE PETERSON AWARD MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1979-80 .........................................................Bob Mancini 1981-82........................................................Buck Laukitis 1987-88 ............................................................Dan Cross Award named after Dave Peterson in 1998

1997-98........................................................Paul Johnson 1998-99.....................................................Justin Morrison 1999-00 .........................................................Mike Colgan 2000-01 .....................................................Brent Voorhees 2001-02 ..........................................................Colin Stuart 2002-03 .................................................Curtis McElhinney 2003-04 ..................................................Trevor Frischmon 2004-05 ........................................................Brian Salcido 2005-06 .......................................................Chris Kawano 2006-07 ........................................................Jake Gannon 2007-08 ..................................Jack Hillen & Matt Overman 2008-09 .................................Brian McMillin & Eric Walsky 2009-10 ...............................................................Tim Hall 2010-11 .......................................................Joe Marciano 2011-12.............Alexander Krushelnyski & Josh Thorimbert 2012-13 .................................................Peter Stoykewych 2013-14...................................................Scott Wamsganz 2014-15..............................Scott Wamsganz & Zach Aman 2015-16.............................................................Ben Israel

TONY FRASCA AWARD PLAYOFF MVP 2001-02 ..........................................................Jeff Sanger 2002-03.......................................................Tom Preissing 2003-04 ...............................................Andrew Canzanello 2004-05 ........................................................Brett Sterling 2005-06 ............................................................Matt Zaba 2006-07 ............................................................Matt Zaba 2007-08.....................................................Mike Testwuide 2009-10.......................................Nick Dineen & Joe Howe 2010-11 .........J.Schwartz, Rylan Schwartz, Stephen Schultz 2012-13..................................Joe Howe & Rylan Schwartz

IRONMAN AWARD 1979-80 .......................................................Randy Struch 1980-81 ..........................................................Ged Seguin 1981-82.......................................................Jeff Lundgren 1984-85............................................................Dan Dolan 1985-86 .............................................................Tim Budy 1986-87 ......................................Tim Budy & Derek Pizzey


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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

ALL-CONF SELECTIONS SEASON

PLAYER

POSITION

1951-52

Omer Brandt Tony Frasca Ron Hartwell Ken Kinsley Phil Hilton Phil Hilton Clare Smith Bunt Hubchik Doug Silverberg Jeff Simus Doug Silverberg John Andrews Clare Smith Bill Hay Bob McCusker Don Wishart Bill Hay Bob McCusker Ike Scott John Simus Bob Lindberg Bob Collyard Bob Collyard Bob Collyard Doug Palazzari Bob Winograd Doug Palazzari Eddie Mio Jim Warner Eddie Mio Dave Delich Greg Whyte Dave Delich Dave Feamster Dave Feamster Tom Frame Bruce Aikens Doug Lidster Doug Lidster Doug Clarke Rob Doyle Rob Doyle Rob Doyle Rick Boh Chris Hynnes Jay McNeill Shawn Reid Kent Fearns Ryan Bach Jay McNeill Kent Fearns Peter Geronazzo Colin Schmidt Ryan Bach Peter Geronazzo Judd Lambert Colin Schmidt

Forward Forward Forward Goalie Defense Defense Forward Forward Defense Goalie Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Goalie Forward Goalie Forward Forward Forward Defense Defense Goalie Forward Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Defense Goalie Forward Defense Forward Forward Goalie Forward Goalie Forward

1953-54 1954-55

1955-56

1956-57

1957-58

1963-64 1966-67 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1991-92 1993-94

1994-95

1995-96

TEAM First First First First Second First First Second Second Second First Second Second First First First First First First First Second Second First First First First First Second Second First Second Second Second Second First Second Second First First Second Second Second First Second First First First Second First First Second Second Second First First Second Second

JERRY CARLE The legendary CC football coach and director of athletics served as one of the first commissioners of officials for the WCHA and later was a recipient of the league’s Distinguished Service Award.

SEASON

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-00 2000-01

2001-02

2002-03

2003-04 2004-05

2005-06

2006-07 2007-08

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

PLAYER

POSITION

Brian Swanson Scott Swanson Jay McNeill Eric Rud Brian Swanson Eric Rud Calvin Elfring Brian Swanson Calvin Elfring Scott Swanson Brian Swanson Scott Swanson Darren Clark Dan Peters Paul Manning Mark Cullen Paul Manning Peter Sejna Tom Preissing Mark Cullen Tom Preissing Peter Sejna Curtis McElhinney Tom Preissing Peter Sejna Noah Clarke Mark Stuart Curtis McElhinney Marty Sertich Brett Sterling Mark Stuart Brett Sterling Marty Sertich Brian Salcido Lee Sweatt Richard Bachman Chad Rau Jack Hillen Chad Rau Nate Prosser Jaden Schwartz Jaden Schwartz Gabe Guentzel Josh Thorimbert Mike Boivin Rylan Schwartz Jaccob Slavin Jaccob Slavin

Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Defense Forward Defense Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Goalie Defense Forward Forward Defense Goalie Forward Forward Defense Forward Forward Defense Defense Goalie Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward Defense Goalie Defense Forward Defense Defense

87

TEAM Second Second Third Third First Second Third First Second Third First First Second Second Third First Second Second Third First Third Third First First First Second Third First First First Second First Second Second Third First First First First Second Third First Second Third Second Second Second First

RYLAN SCHWARTZ

MIKE BOIVIN

MAJOR CONFERENCE AWARD WINNERS FROM COLORADO COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Doug Palazzari, F................................1971-72 & 1973-74 Peter Sejna, F ......................................................2002-03 Marty Sertich, F ...................................................2004-05 Richard Bachman, G ............................................2007-08 STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Tim Budy, F..........................................................1988-89 Scott Swanson, D.................................................1998-99 Mark Cullen, F .....................................................2001-02 Tom Preissing, D ..................................................2002-03 Lee Sweatt, D ......................................................2006-07 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Shawn Reid, D .....................................................1988-89 Eric Rud, D.........................................1995-96 & 1996-97 Joe Cullen, F........................................................2002-03 Mark Stuart, D .....................................................2004-05 Jack Hillen, D.......................................................2007-08 ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jim Warner, F .....................................................1974-75 Dave Delich, F......................................................1975-76 Greg Whyte, F ......................................................1977-78 Brian Swanson, F .................................................1995-96 Peter Sejna, F ......................................................2000-01 Richard Bachman, G ............................................2007-08 Jaccob Slavin, D ..................................................2013-14 COACH OF THE YEAR John Matchefts ....................................................1968-69 Jeff Sauer ..........................................1971-72 & 1974-75 Brad Buetow........................................................1991-92 Don Lucia.............................................1993-94, 1995-96


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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS PLAYER

YEAR(S)

Zach Aman ..................................................2014, ’15, ’16 Chris Anderson...........................................................1989 Jon Austin..................................................................1999 Ryan Bach ..........................................................1995, ’96 Dave Baker .........................................................1985, ’86 Ted Behrend .......................................................2011, ’12 Mason Bergh .............................................................2016 Brian Bethard......................................................1991, ’93 Arthur Bidwill ...............................................2010, ’11, ’12 Grant Block.........................................................1991, ’92 Trey Bradley...............................................................2016 Cal Brown..................................................................1988 Brian Bruininks.............................................1990, ’91, ’92 J.P. Brunkhorst....................................................2005, ’06 Tim Budy .....................................................1987, ’88, ’89 Gregg Burmaster........................................................2016 Dan Burns .................................................................1984 Travis Cheyne.............................................................1997 Jason Christopherson ..........................................1995, ’96 David Civitarese ...........................................2010, ’11, ’12 Trent Clark.......................................................... 2001, ’02 Noah Clarke .................................................2001, ’02, ’03 Mike Colgan.................................................1999, ’00, ’01 Jeff Collett ..........................................................2013, ’14 Braydon Cox .......................................................2005, ’07 Joey Crabb ................................................................2006 Jason Cugnet.............................................................1998 Mark Cullen ...............................................................2001 Addison DeBoer ...........................................2008, ’09, ’10 Rik Duryea ...................................................1990, ’91, ’92 Calvin Elfring..............................................................1998 Jake Emilio ................................................................2016 R.J. Enga ...................................................................1994 Andrew Farny.............................................................2016 Kent Fearns ...............................................................1995 Hunter Fejes.................................................2014, ’15, ‘16 Russell Finch .............................................................2014 Sean Foley ...................................................1990, ’91, ’92 Paul Frank .................................................................1993 Trevor Frischmon..........................................2004, ’05, ’06 Guy Gadowsky ....................................................1987, ’89 Jake Gannon................................................2007, ’08, ’09 Luc Gerdes ..................................................2014, ’15, ‘16 Peter Geronazzo.........................................................1996 Trevor Gooch..............................................................2016 Reid Goolsby ................................................2002, ’03, ’04 Brent Gropp ...............................................................1986 Steve Grumley............................................................1988 Gabe Guentzel..............................................2010, ’11, ’12 Jon Gustafson.....................................................1989, ’91 Tim Hal........................................................2010, ’11, ’12 Andrew Hamburg .........................................2011, ’12, ’13 Matt Hansen ... ...................................................2014, ‘16 Jared Hanson.............................................................2014 Dave Hardie ........................................................1986, ’87 Chad Hartnell ...............................................1995, ’96, ’97 Jesse Heerema ............................................2000, ’01, ’02

PLAYER

YEAR(S)

Christian Heil .............................................................2015 Jack Hillen ...................................................2006, ’07, ’08 Keith Hoppe .................................................1986, ’87, ’88 Joe Howe.....................................................2011, ’12, ’13 Ben Israel ..................................................................2016 Paul Johnson............................................... 1997, ’98, ’99 Jason Jozsa.................................................2001, ’02, ’03 Aaron Karpan.............................................................1999 Chris Kawano.............................................................2006 Marty Ketola ... ..........................................................1986 Michael King... .............................................2014, ’15, ‘16 Doug Kirton.........................................................1989, ’90 Alexander Krushelnyski................................. 2012, ’13, ’14 Nate Kwiecinski..........................................................2016 Courtney Lockwood ....................................................2013 Ryan Lowery ................................................2009, ’10, ’11 Judd Lambert...............................................1995, ’96, ’97 Paul Manning......................................................1999, ’01 Jon Manthey... ...........................................................1991 Joe Marciano.. ...........................................................2013 Peter Maric..... .............................................2014, ’15, ‘16 Paul Markovich ...................................................1986, ’88 Cole McCaskill ...........................................................2016 Scott McCulloch ....................................2006, ’07, ’08, ’09 Eamonn McDermott......................................2012, ’13, ’14 Brian McMillin ..............................................2008, ’09, ’10 Bob Needham .....................................................1996, ’97 Berk Nelson .................................................1998, ’99, ’00 Steve Nelson..............................................................1994 Tyler O’Brien ................................................2009, ’10. ’11 Tanner Ockey.............................................................2016 Gustav Olofsson .........................................................2014 Matt Overman. ...........................................................2010 David Paxton................................................1993, ’94, ’95 Tom Pederson............................................................1988 Toby Petersen ..............................................1998, ’99, ’00 Mark Peterson..............................................1991, ’92, ’93 Derek Pizzey .......................................................1988, ’89 Trevor Pochipinski ......................................................1991 Tom Preissing ..............................................2001, ’02, ’03 Nate Prosser... ...........................................................2010 Dan Quilico ..................................................2008, ’09, ’10 David Radke...............................................................2016 William Rapuzzi..........................................................2013 Chad Rau............................................................2008, ’09 Shawn Reddington .........................................991, ’92, ’93 Chad Remackel..........................................................1995 Alex Roos.....................................................2014, ’15, ‘16 Sam Rothstein.....................................................2015, ‘16 Jeff Sanger ................................................................2002 Colin Schmidt.............................................................1996 Rylan Schwartz ..........................................................2013 Alan Schuler ................................................1990, ’91, ’92 Peter Sejna .........................................................2002, ’03 Rob Shypitka.......................................................1993, ’94 Archie Skalbeck ...........................................2012, ’13, ’14 Jon Steiner .........................................................1994, ’95

88

PLAYER

YEAR(S)

Brett Sterling................................................2004, ’05, ’06 Jesse Stokke................................................2004, ’05, ’06 Peter Stoykewych .........................................2013, ’14, ‘15 Brandon Straub..........................................................2007 Steve Strunk .......................................................1990, ’92 Colin Stuart..................................................2002, ’03, ’04 Mike Stuart ................................................................2000 Scott Swanson .............................................1997, ’98, ’99 Lee Sweatt...................................................2005, ’06, ’07 Bill Sweatt....................................................2008, ’09, ’10 Charlei Taft..........................................................2014, ‘15 T.J. Tanberg ........................................................1997, ’98 Mike Testwuide ............................................2008, ’09, ’10 Scott Thauwald......................................2005, ’06, ’07, ’08 David Tucker ... ..........................................................1994 Andreas Vlassopoulos ............................2007, ’08, ’09, ’10 Marty Wakelyn ..........................................................1986 Gord Whitaker. ...........................................................1985 Scott Winkler................................................2011, ’12, ’13 Shaun Winkler..............................................2000, ’01, ’02 Ian Young...................................................................2013 Matt Zaba ....................................................2005, ’06, ’07 Colin Zulianello...........................................................2001

COLORADO COLLEGE SCHOLAR ATHLETES Sixteen different Colorado College players, by virtue of a grade-point average of 3.5 or better, were named conference Scholar Athletes a total of 29 times from 2005-06 through the 2014-15 seasons. They are, in alphabetical order: Mason Bergh (2015-16) J.P. Brunkhorst (2005-06) David Civitarese (2009-10, ’10-11, ’11-12) Jake Emilio (2015-16) Andrew Farny (2015-16) Jake Gannon (2006-07, ’07-08, ’08-09) Jared Hanson (2014-15) Jack Hillen (2007-08) Joe Howe (2010-11) Alexander Krushelnyski (2012-13, ’13-14) Ryan Lowery (2008-09) Scott McCulloch (2005-06, ’06-07, ’07-08, ’08-09) Eamonn McDermott (2012-13) Brian McMillin (2007-08, ’08-09, ’09-10) Tyler O’Brien (2010-11) Brett Sterling (2005-06) Bill Sweatt (2007-08, ’08-09, ’09-10) Lee Sweatt (2005-06, ’06-07) Mike Testwuide (2009-10)


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MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S O F T H E PA S T

All-Time Alumni and Participants PLAYER

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

A ••• Aamoth, Gordon Ahlbrecht, James Aikens, Bruce Aikens, Jeff Alexander, Pete Allen, Harold Allen, William Aman, Zach Amidon, James Amundsen, John Anderson, Christopher Anderson, Eric Andrews, John Art, Gerald Atkinson, Gordon* Atwood, John* Austin, Jim* Austin, Jon Axelson, Niklas Aymond, Colin

1962 1971 1982 transferred 1973 1971 2017 1967 1969 1990 1993 1959 1958 1952 1942 1968 1999 1992 1992

Bleakney, Brian 1965 Block, Grant 1992 Blumenschein, Kristian 2020 Blumer, Glen 1966 Bodtker, Stewart 1998 Boh, Rick 1987 Boivin, Michael 2013 Bonnett, Joe Asst. Coach Boucher, Robert* 1942 Boychuk, Edward 1961 Boyden, George 1941 Bradley, Cody 2016 Bradley, Trey 2019 Brandt, Omer 1953 Bransfield, Ben Dir. of Ops Brennan, Daniel 1986 Brennan, Tom Asst. Coach Brindley, Tom Brown, Calvert 1990 Brown, Stephen 1983 Brownlee, Peter transferred Bruininks, Brian 1992 Brunkhorst, John 2007 Budy, Timothy 1989 Buetow, Brad Head Coach Bull, Townsend 1969 Burmaster, Gregg 2019 Burns, Daniel 1985 Bush, Walter III 1976 Bushie, Jason Trainer Byrne, Ron Asst. Coach

1959-60 Fargo, ND 1968-71 St. Paul, MN 1978-82 Rochester, MN 1981-82 Rochester, MN 1947-48 Washington, D.C. 1969-72 Excelsior, MN 1967-70 Excelsior, MN 2013-present Johnstown, PA 1964-67 International Falls, MN 1966-69 Rainy River, Ont. 1986-90 Surrey, B.C. 1989-91 Minneapolis, MN 1955-59 Fort Williams, Ont. 1955-56 Saskatoon, Sask. 1948-51 Rimbey, Alta. 1938-40 (Head Coach 1937-38) Watertown, CT 1966-68 Owatonna, MN 1995-99 International Falls, MN 1990-91 Waxholm, Sweden 1988-90 Jackson, MI

B ••• Bach, Ryan Bachelier, Christy Bachman, Richard Badalich, Paul Baker, David Baldrica, Bill Baldrica, Gian Bartelson, John Bartlett, Robert* Barton, William Bassarab, Dennis* Bassarab, Douglas* Bates, Donald Bates, Douglas Batley, Chris Bayard, L. Bayliss, Jordan Bazin, Norm Beatch, Len Bedecki, Tom* Behrend, Ted Bellamy, Doug Bennemark, Kjell Bennett, Gerald Berardinelli, Alex Berger, Jordan Bergh, Mason Berglund, Arthur Berlet, Dick Berry, Cameron Bertsch, Michael Bethard, Brian Bidwill, Arthur Bissell, William

1996 Trainer 2011 1993 1986 1972 2003 Manager 1941 1976 1960 1960 1951 1955 1964 1944 Asst. Coach Head Coach 2012 1972 transferred 1948 2020 2018 2019 1963 1952 1973 1993 2012

1992-96 2007-09 1990-93 1982-86 1969-72 1999-03 1937-38 1972-74 1958-60 1957-59 1946-47 1952-53 1960-61 1940-41 1946-47 2000-08 1941-42 1955-58 2008-12 1969-72 2002-03 1945-46 2016-present 2014-15 2015-present 1960-63 1965-66 1949-52 1969-73 1989-93 2008-12 1945-46

CLASS OF

Sherwood Park, Alta. Nogales, AZ Highlands Ranch, CO Cottage Grove, WI Edina, MN Hibbing, MN Colorado Springs, CO Janesville, WI Watertown CT Colorado Springs, CO Fargo, ND Calgary, Alta. Prince Albert, Sask. Prince Albert, Sask. Regina, Sask. Winnetka, IL Colorado Springs, CO Notre Dame deLourdes, Man. North Battleford, Sask. Halifax, N.S. Oregon, WI Edmonton, Alta. Uppsala, Sweden Colorado Springs, CO Pittsburgh, PA Meridian, ID Eden Prairie, MN Fort Frances, Ont. Winnetka, IL New Westminster, B.C. Grand Forks, ND Anchorage, AK Fontana, WI

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED 1958-60 1988-92 2016-present 1963-66 1994-98 1983-87 2009-13 2000-2014 1938-39 1958-61 1938-40 2012-16 2015-present 1950-53 2016-present 1982-86 1962-64 1986-90 1979-83 1990-91 1988-92 2003-06 1985-89 1988-93 1967-69 2015-present 1981-85 1972-76 2007-present 1982-88

HOMETOWN Transcona, Man. Carmel, IN Kelowna, B.C. International Falls, MN Penticton, B.C. Kamloops, B.C. Delta, B.C. Plymouth, MI Colorado Springs, CO Regina, Sask. Colorado Springs, CO Tampa, FL Tampa, FL Swan Lake, Man. Newburyport, MA Vancouver, B.C. Colorado Springs, CO St. Paul, MN Calgary, Alta. Edina, MN Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN Rochester, MN Selkirk, Man. St. Paul, MN Chatham, NJ Clinton, NY Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN Crookston, MN Lively, Ont.

C ••• Cairns, Kenneth Campbell, John Campbell, Scott Canzanello, Andrew Capello, Gerald Carle, Jerry Carmichael, Gerry Carney, Dan Carter, Barrie Casey, Dennis Cathcart, Dan Catterall, R. Blake Caulfield, Scott Cecere, Garrett Chamney, Jack* Chapman, Neil Cheyne, Travis Chisholm, Colin Christensen, Eric Christofferson, Curtis Christopherson, Jason Civitarese, David Clark, Darren Clark, Harold Jr. 89

1963 1970 1987 2004

1960-63 1967-70 1983-87 2000-04 1956-57 Athletic Director 1958-83 1974 1970-74 transferred 1992-93 1966 1963-66 1993 1989-92 1976-77 1984 1980-84 Strength Coach 2011-15 2018 2014-15 1946 1939-42, ’45-46 Strength Coach 2001-04 1998 1994-97 1989 1986-87 1994 1990-91 1979 1975-79 1996 1992-96 2012 2008-12 1999 1995-99 1968 1965-68

Calgary, Alta. Cincinnati, OH Nelson, B.C. Rochester, MN Ottawa, Ont. North St. Paul, MN Lethbridge, Alta. Brooklyn, NY Panoka, Alta. Kelowna, B.C. Lake Forest, IL Coquitlam, B.C. Marshfield, VT West Des Moines, IA Saskatoon, Sask. Florissant, CO North Battleford, Sask. Squaw Valley, CA Silver Bay, MN St. Paul, MN Burnsville, MN Calgary, Alta. Superior, WI Duluth, MN


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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

A L L - T I M E A L U M N I & PA R T I C I PA N T S PLAYER Clark, John Hallett III Clark, Trent Clark, William Clarke, Doug Clarke, Noah Cochrane, Frederick Coles, Jack Colgan, Mike Collett, Jeff Collins, Roosevelt* Collyard, Robert Connelly, Brian Cool, Ray Cortese, Mike Couch, Murray Coulthard, Doug Cowan, Hal Cox, Braydon Crabb, Joey Crane, A. Stoddard Crawford, Jon Cromarty, Sean Cronin, Greg Cross, Dan Cross, Jerry Crum, Tom Cugnet, Jason Cullen, Joe Cullen, Mark Curphy, Robert Cush, Kenneth

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

1942 2002 1954 1989 2003 1960 1969 2001 2014 Trainer 1972 2010

1938-39 1998-02 1951-53 1983-85, ’86-87 1999-03 1958-60 1966-69 1997-01 2010-2014 1938-66 1968-71 2006-09 1965-66 Trainer 1951-52 1954-55 1952-55 2003-07 2002-06 1966-67 1985-86 2000-04 1990-93 1986-88 2014-present 1987-89 1996-98 1999-03 1998-02 1959-60 1950-51

1982

1955 2007 2006 1969 1989 2004 Asst. Coach 1989 SID 1991 2000 2003 2002 1962 1953

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

Louisville, KY Superior, WI Kamsack, Sask. Weston, Ont. LaVerne, CA Regina, Sask. Fort Wayne, IN Rochester, MN Calgary, Alta. Colorado Springs, CO Hibbing, MN Bloomington, MN Colorado Springs, CO Salida, CO Swan Lake, MN New Westminster, B.C. Shaunavon, Sask. Sherwood Park, Alta. Anchorage, AK Minneapolis, MN Andover, MA South Orange, NJ Boston, MA Burlington, VT Longmont, CO Aspen, CO North Battleford, Sask. Moorhead, MN Moorhead, MN Eveleth, MN Calgary, Alta.

Eastwood, Fred Ebert, Steve* Eddolls, Gordie Egan, John “Mike”* Egan, Thomas Egan, Tim Elfring, Calvin Emilio, Jake Enga, R.J. Engelstad, Richard Eveland, Dakota Ewonus, George* Ewonus, Gregory

1955 1952-55 1959 1957-59 2010 2006-10 1979 1975-79 Interim Asst. Coach, 2004 1947 1946-47 1956 1954-55 1958 1954-56 1952 1949-52 1982 1978-80 2015 2011-15 2012 2008-12 1964 1963-64 1955 1952-53 1963 1960-63 1957 1949-51 1943 1938-40 1985 1981-85 1941 Manager 1973-74 1969-70 1963 1960-63 1987 1983-87 1992 1988-92 1962 1959-62

Farny, Andrew Feamster, David Fearns, Kent Fejes, Hunter Ferguson, Scott Filbey, Ken Fisher, Tony Flynn, Al Foley, Sean Fordyce, Warren Frame, Thomas Frank, Paul Frasca, Tony* Frasca, Trip Fredheim, Kris French, Dean Freyschlag, K.G. Frischmon, Trevor Frolick, James

Canora, Sask. Edmonton, Alta. Spring Lake Park, MN Eveleth, MN Eveleth, MN Montreal, Que. Trail, B.C. Westlock, Alta. Cambridge, MA Shoreview, MN Gahanna, OH Omaha, NE Belmont, MA Long Island, NY Port Arthur, Ont. Hamden, CT Colorado Springs, CO St. Paul, MN

1953

1949-52

1955 1966 transferred 1975 1973 1977 1998 2019 1995 1967 2014 1947 1957

1951-54 1963-66 1945-46 1971-74

2019 1980 1995 2016 1985 1986

1992 1965 1981 1995 1952 1978 2010 1989 1950 2006 1963

2015-present 1976-80 1991-95 2012-16 1981-82 1982-86 1971-73 1955-56 1988-91 1962-65 1977-81 1991-95 1949-52 1973-75 2006-10 1985-86 1947-48 2002-06 1960-63

1989 1953 1969 1975 1953 2009 1998 1967 1958 Volunteer Asst, 1961 1995 1967 2017 1996 Asst. Coach 1962 1989 1986 1991 1943 2019 1962 2004

1960-61 1985-89 1948-49, ’52-53 1966-69 1970-74 1949-53 2005-09 1994-95 1964-67 1954-55 2014-15 1958-61 1991-92 1964-67 2013-present 1992-96 1988-90 1959-62 1986-87 1982-85 1987-89 1939-40 2015-present 1958-61 2000-04

HOMETOWN

Saskatoon, Sask. St. Paul, MN Montreal, Que. Mahtomedi, MN Mahtomedi, MN 1973-74 Mahtomedi, MN 1994-98 Coaldale, Alta. 2015-16 Kleinburg, Ont. 1991-95, Asst. Coach 2014-presentColorado Springs, CO 1966-67 Grand Forks, ND 2010-12 Anaheim, CA 1940-42, ’45-46 Melville, Sask. 1952-53, ’55-56 Melville, Sask. Steamboat Springs, CO Detroit, MI Langley, B.C. Anchorage, AK Edina, MN Quesnel, B.C. Minneapolis, MN New Haven, CT St. Paul, MN Dauphin, Man. Richmond, B.C. Spring Lake Park, MN Belmont, MA Colorado Springs, CO Campbell River, B.C. Grafton, ND Colorado Springs, CO Ham Lake, MN Regina, Sask.

G ••• Gabowski, Gil Gadowsky, Guy Gagnon, Len* Gale, Don Gallus, Bruce Gambucci, Andy Gannon, Jake Garrett, Beau Garvey, Dick Gazzola, Peter Gee, Kelly Gee, Wayne Geibel, Brian Genz, John Gerdes, Luc Geronazzo, Peter Gibbons, Mike Gilbertson, Larry Gilbreth, Matt Gile, James Glassmeyer, Scott Glazebrook, Al Gooch, Trevor Goodacre, William Goolsby, Reid

Colorado Springs, CO Winchester, MA Minneapolis, MN Lindsay, Ont. Excelsior, MN Regina, Sask.

E ••• Eastwood, Bud

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

F •••

D ••• Daniels, Eugene Dea, Murray DeBoer, Addison Delich, David Delich, Joe Del Vecchio, Matt Demore, Donald deRappard, George Dewire, William DeYoung, David DiGiando, Jordan Dineen, Nick DiMare, Thomas Diviney, Norm Dixon, L. William Dixon, Robert Dodge, Stuart Dolan, Daniel Doty, Archie Downing, Jack Downs, Jerome Doyle, Peter Doyle, Rob Duryea, Rik Dutkowski, Brian

CLASS OF

Saskatoon, Sask. 90

Edmonton, Alta. Cambridge, MA Port Arthur, Ont. Minneapolis, MN Eveleth, MN Roselle, IL West Murray, UT St. Paul, MN South Porcupine, Ont. Panoka, Alta. Littleton, CO St. Paul, MN Eden Prairie, MN Trail, B.C. White Bear Lake, MN Grand Forks, ND Colorado Springs, CO Aspen, CO Darien, CT Long Island, NY Mantua, NJ Red Deer, Alta. Ipswich, MA


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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

A L L - T I M E A L U M N I & PA R T I C I PA N T S PLAYER Gordon, Brian Gould, Thomas Grabowski, Gilbert Granato, Robert Greco, Brady Green, Art Greseth, Lee Griffin, Daniel Griffin, Kenny Groom, Lee Gropp, Brent Grumley, Steve Gubbins, James Jr.* Gudmundson, Jason Guentzel, Gabe Guentzel, Mike Gunderson, Robert* Gustafson, Jon Gustafson, Steve Gustin, Todd

CLASS OF

1969 1963 transferred 2006 1943 Manager 1975 1946 1998 1986 1989 1953 1998 2012 Asst. Coach 1975 1991 1965 1999

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED 1979-80 1967-68 1960-61 1989-91 2003-05 1941-42 1971-75 Manager 1994-97 1982-86 1985-87 Manager 1994-98 2008-12 2008-09 1971-75 1987-91 1962-63 1995-99

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

Colorado Springs, CO Minneapolis, MN Regina, Sask. Downers Grove, IL Middleton, WI Los Angeles, CA Rochester, MN N. St. Paul, MN

Herzog, Geoff Hibben, John Hiefield, Mike Higgins, Stephen Hildebrand, Guy Hill, Doug Hill, John Hillen, Jack Hilton, Phil Hites, Chris Hodges, William III Hoekstra, Josh Hoffman, Kevin Holmes, Wayne Hoppe, Keith Hopper, Mort* Horb, Wayne Howard, William Jr. Howe, Joe Hubchik, Arion “Bunt”* Hughes, Gary Hunter, John Hushion, Howard* Hutchinson, Glenn* Hynnes, Chris

Littleton, CO Kamloops, B.C. Edmonton, Alta. Melrose, MA Arborg, Man. Woodbury, MN Woodbury, MN Richfield, MN Fort Frances, Ont. N. St. Paul, MN Hibbing, MN

H ••• Haedrich, Michael Hagen, Greg Hale, Stuart* Haley, Dennis Hall, Tim Halloran, Nick Hamburg, Andrew Hamilton, Gord “Spud” Hampson, Greg Hampson, Scott Hansen, Donald Hansen, Matt Hanson, Dave Hanson, Jared Hanson, Kenneth Harasyn, Harry Hardie, David Harrison, Marty Harrison, Neil Harstad, Aaron Hartnell, Chad Hartsburg, Chris Hartwell, James Hartwell, Kenneth Hartwell, Ron Haugland, Richard Haviland, Mike Hawkins, James Hay, William Heckler, David Heil, Christian Heerema, Jesse Heinbecker, Joe Hendrickson, Alan Herbert, John Sr. Herndon, Eric “Cricket” Hersack, Donald Hersack, Robert

1978 1974-78 transferred 1989-90 1941 1938-40 1974 Manager 2012 2008-12 2020 2016-present 2013 2009-13 Equip. Manager 2008-present 1983 1979-83 1982 1978-82 1957 1954-55 2017 2013-present 1977 1973-77 2016 2012-15 1964 1961-64 1956-57 1986 1983-86 transferred 1991-92 1952 Team Manager 2015 2011-15 1997 1993-97 2002 1998-02 1980 1977-79 1961 1959-60 1952 1949-52 1967 1964-67 Head Coach 2014-present 1969 1966-69 1958 1956-58 1980 1976-80 2017 2013-present 2002 1998-02 2000 1997-99 1973 1969-73 1969 1966-69 1982 Team Manager 1957 1955-56 1956 1955-56

St. Paul, MN St. Paul, MN Colorado Springs, CO Minneapolis, MN Sewickley, PA Draper, UT Phoenix, AZ Ottawa, Ont. Edina, MN Edina, MN Colorado Springs, CO St. Cloud, MN North St. Paul, MN Palmer, AK Minneapolis, MN Yorkton, Sask. Penticton, B.C. Needham, MA Aurora, CO Stevens Point, WI Lloydminster, Alta. Chicago, IL Calgary, Alta. Swan Lake, Man. Swan Lake, Man. International Falls, MN

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

1998 1977 1977 1969 1973

1994-98 Manager 1973-77 1966-67 1969-73 1960-61 1995-99 2004-08 1952-55 1990-91 1965-66 1992-93 1986-90 1973-77 1984-88 SID, Manager 1969-72 1964-66 2009-13 1954-57 1954-56

Asst. Coach 2008 1955 1994 1966 transferred 1990 1977 1988 1941 1972 1967 2013 1958 1958 Trainer 1948 SID 1993

1945-48 1989-93

HOMETOWN Burnsville, MN Hillsdale, IL Milwaukie, OR Hopkins, MN Buena Park, CA Sudbury, Ont. Anchorage, AK Minnetonka, MN Brandon, Man. Roseau, MN Denver, CO Edina, MN Edmonton, Alta. Ft. Frances, Ont. St. Cloud, MN Colorado Springs, CO Calgary, Alta. Grand Forks, ND Plymouth, MN Grand View, Man. Red Deer, Alta. Winchester, IN Montreal, Que. Redmond, OR Thunder Bay, Ont.

I ••• Ikola, Roy* Infantolino, Greg Israel, Ben

1950 1947-50 Strength Coach, 2006-10 2019 2015-present

Eveleth, MN East Greenwich, RI Bloomfield Hills, MI

J ••• Jackson, David Jacobi, Robert Jaraczewski, Jody Jaycock, Stan Jenkins, Edwin Johnson, Bob* Johnson, Jon Johnson, Paul Johnson, Tyler Josefchak, Cole Jozsa, Jason

1942 1971 1994 1976 Head Coach transferred 1999 2011 2020 2003

1938-40 1968-71 1990-94 1954-55 1972-76 1963-66 1991-92 1995-99 2007-11 2016-present 1999-03

Washington, CT Grand Forks, ND DePere, WI Calgary, Alta. Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN Pittsburgh, PA Crookston, MN Cloquet, MN Calgary, Alta. Calgary, Alta.

K ••• Kahoot, Bob Kaiser, Chuck Karpan, Aaron Kawano, Chris Kawashima, Bill Kearney, Peter Kehoe, Kade Kelly, Thomas Kelly, Thomas* Kendall, Colin Kennific, Dick* Kesler, Michael Kessler, Charles Ketola, Marty Keyte, Jack Kilbreath, Paul*

Wabamun, Atla. Saskatoon, Sask. Northbrook, IL Westminster, CO Murillo, Ont. Sandy, UT Minneapolis, MN White Bear Lake, MN Springfield, IL Vancouver, B.C. Vancouver, B.C. 91

1960 2000 2007 1971 2020 1952 1982 transferred 1955 1970 1983 1987 1950 1963

1958-60 Yorkton, Sask. 1976-77 St. Louis, MO 1996-2000 Regina, Sask. 2003-07 Dir. Of Ops 2014-2016 Aurora, CO Trainer Honolulu, HI 1967-70 Virginia, MN 2016-present Saskatoon, Sask. 1950-52 Arlington, MA 1978-82 Edina, MN 1997-98 Chestermere, Alta. 1952-53 Rowley, MA 1967-70 Detroit, MI 1979-80 Colorado Springs, CO 1983-87 Cloquet, MN 1946-47 Colorado Springs, CO 1960-63 Wallaceburg, Ont.


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A L L - T I M E A L U M N I & PA R T I C I PA N T S PLAYER Kilpatrick, Jimmy Kim, Alex King, Douglas King, Kyle King, Michael Kinsley, Kenneth Kirton, Douglas Kivihalme, Teemu Klashman, Fred Kleisinger, Terry Knoke, Mike Kola, Bruce Konnetic, Dick Kopesky, Steven Kosick, Peter Krause, Don Kreusch, Tony Krischuk, Jason Krois, Mark Kronschnabel, Jim Krushelnyski, Alexander Kryway, Cam Kwiecinski, Nate

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

2008 2002 1968 1987 2016 1954 1990 2018 1976 Asst. Coach transferred Trainer

2004-08 2000-02 1965-68 1983-84 2012-16 1951-54 1986-90 2014-present 1972-76 2000-04, 2009-14 1976-78 1974-2012 1951-53 1963-66 1951-54 Manager Manager 2001-02 1983-86 1974-78 2010-14 1996-2000 2015-present

1966 1954 1954 1988 transferred 1987 1978 2014 2000 2019

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

New Prague, MN Fullerton, CA Minneapolis, MN Portland, OR Prince George, B.C. Calgary, Alta. Elmvale, Ont. Savage, MN Weston, MA Nanaimo, B.C. Minneapolis, MN Red Lodge, MT Rowley, MA St. Paul, MN New Westminster, B.C. East Hartford, CT Beulah, CO Anchorage, AK St. Paul, MN St. Paul, MN Bloomfield Hills, MI Calgary, Alta. Livonia, MI

Lowery, Ryan Lucia, Don Lundgren, Jeffrey

2014-15 2014-present 1967-70 1993-97 2009-11 1966-67 2009 2005-09 transferred 1989-90 1971 1968-71 1958 1957-58 1985 1981-85 1963 1960-63 1960 1957-58 2005 2001-05 V-12 1945-46 1953 1949-53 1975 1971-75 transferred 2009-10 2020 2016-present 1991 1987-91 transferred 1989-90 1951-52 1963 1961-63 1983 1979-83 2004 2000-04 1967 1964-67 1984 1980-84 Vol. Asst. Coach2005-06 Head Coach 1938-42 2015 2011-14 1942 1938-39 1971 1968-71 1973-74 1947 Manager 1960 1958-60 2018 1970 1997 Asst. Coach

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

2011 Head Coach 1982

2007-11 1993-99 1978-82

1953 Asst. Coach

1950-53 1999-00 1947-49 1949-50 1987-90 1974-78 1962-65 1966-69 1958-60 2016-present 1977-81 1969-72 1978-82 1970-72 1997-01 1987-91 2013-2016 2009-13 2012-2016 1984-88 1986-88

HOMETOWN Inverness, IL Grand Rapids, MN Roseville, MN

M ••• Maccini, Leonard* MacDonald, Garret MacDonald, Sonny MacDonald, William* MacDougall, Jim Magee, Dean Magie, Robert Mahncke, R. Bruce Maiko, Gerard Makara, Branden Maksymyk, Dale Mallinger, Michael* Mancini, Robert Mangus, Dean Manning, Paul Manthey, Jon Marble, Tyler Marciano, Joe Maric, Peter Markovich, Paul Marks, Harris Marks, Tudor Jr. Martello, James Martello, Robert Martin, Garry Martin, James D’Arcy Mason, Charles Massie, Joseph Masters, Rob Matchefts, John Maytag, Bud McAlpine, Wayne* McBride, Jack McCafferty, Chris McCarthy, Michael McCarville, M. Peter McCaskill, Cole McCleary, Kellie McCleary, Sam McClellan, Dion McCrory, Charles McCulloch, Scott McCusker, Robert McDermott, Eamonn McDonough, Kevin McElhinney, Curtis McGauley, Dave McGhee, Richard McGill, Dan McGrath, William McLay, James Harold McMahon, Doug McMillin, Brian McNeill, Jay Medina, Ted

L ••• Labosky, Dan Lagrone, Duggie LaHue, Bruce Lambert, Judd Lammers, Jason Lamoureux, Don Lampl, Cody Lamppa, Derek Langin, Robert Laughlin, Ron Laukitis, Buck Laurence, Normand Laurion, Robert* Laux, James Law, John Lawrence, Carl* Lawson, Patrick Leaverton, Doug Leclerc, Alex Lee, Kevin Leishman, Darren Leolich, Steve Lewis, David Lidster, Doug Liebel, Tyler Lindberg, Robert Lindgren, Peter Lindsay, Matt Livingston, Garrett* Lockwood, Courtney Loeffler, Robert* Logergren, John Lokon, Warren Long, George Love, Thomas

CLASS OF

Edina, MN Plano, TX St. Paul, MN Richmond, B.C. Pittsburgh, PA Winnipeg, Man. Ketchum, ID Babbitt, MN Cranbrook, B.C. Drumheller, Alta. Peoria, IL Montreal, Que. International Falls, MN Cherry Hill, NJ Highland Park, IL Waterloo, Ont. Calgary, Alta. Painesville, OH Longueuil, Que. Kirkland Lake, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont. International Falls, MN Calgary, Alta. Kamloops, B.C. Osoyoos, B.C. Minneapolis, MN Grand Forks, ND Deerfield, MA Breckenridge, CO Minneapolis, MN Duluth, MN Minneapolis, MN Monument, CO Dauphin, Man. 92

1952 1990 1978 1965 1969 1960 2020 1981 1972 1982 1972 2001 1991 2017 2013 2016 1988 1990 1966 2019 1957 1962 1965 1940 Manager Head Coach 1949 1964 1951 1994 1986 1984 2019 1944 1944 1986 1976 2008 1958 2014 1986 2005 1986 1958 1963 1943 1942 2010 1996

2015-present 1955-56 1960-62 1964-65 1938-39 2001-06 1966-71 1945-46 1961-64 1948-49 1990-93 1982-84 1980-81 2015-present 1941-42 1939-42 1984-86 1972-73 2004-09 1956-58 2010-14 1982-84 2001-05 1982-83 1957-58 1960-63 1939-42 1939-40, ’41-42 1938-39 2006-10 1992-96 Manager

Wellesley, MA Burnaby, B.C. New Westminster, B.C. Hamden, CT Janesville, WI Banff, Alta. Duluth, MN Colorado Springs, CO Vegreville, Alta. Gloucester, Ont. Selkirk, Man. St. Paul, MN Seaford, NY Winnipeg, Man. Red Deer, Alta. Anoka, MN Detroit, MI Alta Loma, CA Milwaukee, WI Grand Forks, ND Willowdale, Ont. Colorado Springs, CO Rumson, NJ Melrose, MA Neepawa, Man. Toronto, Ont. Houghton, MI Morristown, NJ Richfield, MN Eveleth, MN Colorado Springs, CO Schumecher, Ont. Bloomfield Hill, MI Howell, NJ Edina, MN Chesterfield, MO Kamloops, B.C. Watertown, CT Watertown, CT Salt Lake City, UT Denver, CO Lacombe, Alta. Saskatoon, Sask. Shaker Heights, OH Scottsdale, AZ Calgary, Alta. Devils Lake, ND Calgary, Alta. Camrose, Alta. Fort Frances, Ont. Moose Jaw, Sask. Colorado Springs, CO Roseau, MN Cranbrook, B.C. Las Animas, CO


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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

A L L - T I M E A L U M N I & PA R T I C I PA N T S PLAYER Meier, Lawrence Meier, Lew* Melville, Edmond* Metzger, Steve Metzger, William Michaud, Westin Mick, Jay Might, Jack* Mills, Jack Milne, Howie Milton, Dan Minelli, Michael Minette, Roland Mio, Eddie Mitchell, Douglas Mitchell, James Mitchell, John Mooney, John Moore, C.E. Morgan, Norville Morgan, Randal Jr. Morin, Michael Moross, Dave Morrison, Jack Morrison, Justin Moskal, Stan Moskal, Ty Mott, Vern Mowery, Brent Mueller, Kirsten Myers, Donald Myers, Gary

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

1949

1945-49 1946-47 1957-59 1992-95 1964-67 2015-present Trainer 1947-48 Manager 1954-55 1972-73 1961-62 1940-42 1972-76 1955-56 1972-76 1975-78 1989-91 1944-45 Manager Manager 2010-14 1986-2014 1955-56 1997-01 1959-62 1979-80 1977-78 1988-89 Manager 1940-42 1966-68

Philadelphia, PA Plymouth, MN Warren, MI Trail, B.C. Los Angeles, CA Grandview, Man. Littleton, CO Creelman, Sask. Nelson, B.C. Colorado Springs, CO Colorado Springs, CO Fort Wayne, IN

1997 1993-97 2019 2015-present 1941 1939-41 2000 1996-2000 1980 Trainer 1938 1938 1994 1990-93 Asst. Coach 1999-00 1968 1965-68 1948 Manager 1949 1945-49 1978 1974-78 1997 1993-95 Athletic Director 2001-04 transferred 1986-88

Quesnel, B.C. Allen, TX Colorado Springs, CO Los Angeles, CA Denver, CO Monte Vista, CO Albert Lea, MN Robbinsdale, MN Minneapolis, MN Barrington, IL Regina, Sask. Thunder Bay, Ont. Seal Beach, CA Lattimer, IA Markham, Ont.

1959 1996 1967 2019 1948 1953

1963 1942 1976 1959 1976 1978 transferred Head Coach 1955 1969 2014 SID 1958 2001 1962 1983 transferred 1990 1944 1970

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

Regina, Sask. Regina, Sask. Drumheller, Alta. Roseville, MN St. Paul, MN Cloquet, MN Houston, TX Colorado Springs, CO Boston, MA Yorkton, Sask. Calgary, Alta. Hibbing, MN Duluth, MN Windsor, Ont. Calgary, Alta. Thunder Bay, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont. Pittsburgh, PA Spokane, WA

Olson, Lynn Olson, Marty Osborne, Charles Osborne, Gary Oscar, Kerry Otto, Henry III Otto, Robert Overman, Matt Owens, Scott Palazzari, Doug Palazzari, Tony Palm, David Paradise, Jim Parliament, Marvin Paton, Wayne Patrosso, Derek Patterson, Harley Paulson, Jim Paulson, Mark Paxton, David Pederson, Thomas Pernitsky, Alex Perry, Chase Peters, Dan Petersen, Ian Petersen, Toby Peterson, Dale Peterson, David Peterson, Dave* Peterson, Jim Peterson, Mark Petiot, Richard Pettygrove, Marc Pizzey, Derek Pochipinski, Trevor Pojar, John (Chic) Polaski, Scott Polich, Brandon Politoski, Jayce Pracht, Richard* Praznik, Jody Predovich, Walter* Preissing, Tom Prestayko, Archie Prettyman, John Prindle, William Jr.* Prosser, Nate Purpur, Cliff Putrah, Trevor Pye, Bryan

O ••• O’Brien, Tyler O’Connell, Drew O’Connor, Jerome O’Dell, Jon Ockey, Tanner Olds, Andy Oliver, Jack Olofsson, Gustav Olsen, Mark Olsen, William

2011 2009 1973 transferred 2019 1998 1941 drafted 1989 1968

2007-11 2005-09 1969-72 1979-80 2015-present 1993-96 1939-40 2013-14 1985-89 1965-68

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

1976 transferred

1972-76 East Grand Forks, ND 1989-91 International Falls, MN 1968-69 Lexington, MA 1969-71 Hibbing, MN 1966-68 Swift Current, Sask. Trainer Scarsdale, NY 1963-65 Edmonton, Alta. 2006-10 Bloomington, MN 1975-79 (Head Coach 1999-2014) Madison, WI

1972 1976 1966 2010 1979

HOMETOWN

P •••

N ••• Needham, Bobby Nehama, Jacob Neill, Richard Nelson, Berk Nelson, Meg Nelson, Robert Nelson, Steve Nelson, Steve Nelson, Wayne Nestlerode, William Newson, Ron* Nickerson, George Nicol, Jim Nielsen, Joel Noad, Paul

CLASS OF

Stowe, VT Anchorage, AK St. Paul, MN Minnetonka, MN Calgary, Alb. Minneapolis, MN Denver, CO Umeå, Sweden Burnsville, MN Minneapolis, MN

1974 1978 1971 1994 1964 1982 2008 1959

1993 2005 1982 1989 1991 transferred 2005 2007 transferred 1979 transferred 1975 2003 1962 1975 1942 2010 1971 transferred 1974

1970-74 1975-78 1963-66 1990-94 1960-63 Manager 2004-08 1957-59 1972-73 1967-70 1991-95 1984-88 2016-present 2014-15 1996-2000 1996-2000 1996-2000 1981-85 1963-66 1994-97 1965-66 1989-93 2001-05 1978-82 1985-89 1987-91 1988-90 2001-05 2003-07 1996-98 1975-78 1987-89 Manager 1999-03 1960-62 1971-75 1938-40 2006-10 1968-71 1994-95 1970-74

2010 1986 1987

2006-10 Team Trainer, 1992-07 1983-85

Asst. Coach 2019

2015-present

1970 1995 1988 2020 2018 2000 2000 2000 1985 1966 Asst. Coach

Eveleth, MN Eveleth, MN Grand Forks, ND Mound, MN Cochrane, Ont. Colorado Springs, CO Northville, MI Hythe, Alta. Grand Forks, ND Grand Forks, ND Thunder Bay, Ont. Roseau, MN Unity, Sask. Andover, MN Cottage Grove, MN Bloomington, MN Bloomington, MN Minneapolis, MN St. Paul, MN St. Paul, MN St. Paul, MN Bloomington, MN Daysland, Alta. Minneapolis, MN Cranbrook, B.C. Prince Albert, Sask. Roseville, MN Colorado Springs, CO Osseo, MN Milwaukee, WI St. Paul, MN Winnipeg, Man. Pueblo, CO Rosemount, MN Dauphin, Man. International Falls, MN Colorado Springs, CO Elk River, MN Grand Forks, ND Faribault, MN Kapuskasing, Ont.

Q ••• Quilico, Dan Quincy, Richard Quinn, John

Thousand Oaks, CA Denver, CO Springfield, MA

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A L L - T I M E A L U M N I & PA R T I C I PA N T S PLAYER Rafferty, Patrick Ralph, Ken Rapuzzi, William Rau, Chad Ray, Chris* Reddington, Shawn Reeve, Henry Reichart, Ron Reid, J. Juan* Reid, Shawn Reilly, Gene Reilly, Mike Reinfeld, William Reinking, Charles Reinking, Gary Reinking, Harvey Jr. Reinking, Robert* Remackel, Chad Reynard, Ryan Reynolds, Pat Rice, Craig Ringer, John Ringsred, N. Donald Rishagen, Ronald Rivard, Jacques Roberts, Brandon Robson, Edward Roe, David Rompre, Robert* Roos, Alex Ross, John “Chick”* Rothstein, Sam Rotondo, Ernest Rowell, Dick* Roy, Clement Royal, Bernard Rud, Eric Ryan, Brad Ryan, Casey Ryan, Peter

CLASS OF

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HOMETOWN

PLAYER

transferred 1989-91 Altoona, WI Athletic Director, 2007-present Salem, NH 2013 2009-13 Anchorage, AK 2009 2005-09 Eden Prairie, MN 1951 1947-51 Belmont, MA transferred 1990-92 Andover, MN 1975 Los Angeles, CA 1982 1978-82 Rochester, MN Athletic Director Colorado Springs, CO 1994 1990-94 Toronto, Ont. Asst Coach 2014-present 1978 1976-78 St. Paul, MN 1953 1951-53 Duluth, MN 1968 1965-68 Colorado Springs, CO 1980 1976-80 Denver, CO 1958 1955-56 Colorado Springs, CO 1963 Manager Colorado Springs, CO 1996 1992-96 St. Paul, MN 1995 1991-95 Keewatin, Ont. 1946-47 Toronto, Ont. 1971 Manager Grand Forks, ND 1971 1969-70 Wayzata, MN 1942 1940-42 Duluth, MN 1965 1963-64 Trail, B.C. 1963 1960-63 Montreal, Que. 2005 2001-02, 2003-05 Lake Crystal, MN 1954 1951-54 Arlington, MA 1988 1984-85 St. Paul, MN 1956 1950-51, ’53-56 International Falls, MN 2017 2013-present Prairie Grove, IL 1946 1939-42, ’45-46 Saskatoon, Sask. 2017 2013-present Minnetonka, MN 1959 1956-59 South Porcupine, Ont. 1949 1941-42, ’47-49 Winnipeg, Man. 1947 1941-42, ’46-47 Virginia, MN 1956 1954-56 Yorkton, Sask. 1997 1993-97 (Asst. Coach 2011-14) Inver Grove Hgts, MN Asst. Coach Faribault, MN 1971 1968-71 Grand Forks, ND 1969 1966-69 Grand Forks, ND

Schum, Douglas Schwartz, Jaden Schwartz, Rylan Schwartz, Joe Scott, Ike Scrim, David Seasons, Thomas Seguin, Gerard Sejna, Peter Selman, Butch Sertich, Marty Sertich, Mike Sertich, Steve Shatzer, Derek Shaw, Matt Sheridan, Timothy Sherry, Hunter Shypitka, Rob Silver, John Silverberg, Douglas Sime, Chris Simon, Kenneth Simon, Roger Simus, A. Jeffrey Simus, John Sjowall, Erik Skalbeck, Archie Skogstrom, Janne Slattengren, Aaron Slattery, Joseph Slavin, Jaccob Smith, Clare Smith, Gregory Smith, Jack Smith, John Smith, Kenneth Smith, Megan Smith, Ralph* Smith, Steve Smyth, Patrick Snow, Brook Snyder, John Soligo, Leo Soltvedt, Larry Solymos, Leslie Soriero, Julie Southwood, Robert Spelliscy, Halliday* Spencer, William* Springer, Sherrie Stampohar, John Starrak, R. James* Stebe, James Steinbergs, Kurt Steiner, Jon Stephenson, Mark Sterling, Brett Stewart, Bruce St. Mane, Barry

S ••• Salcido, Brian Sandberg, Bill Sandburg, Eric Sanders, Ross Sanford, Eric Sanger, Jeff Sauer, Jeff Scarano, Marty Scarlett, Bob* Schaefer, Dan Schleicher, John Schmidt, Colin Schneider, Scott Schrag, Dean Schuessler, David Schuler, Alan Schultz, Stephen

2007

2003-06 Manager 1974 Manager 1988 1984-85 1984 1980-83 2002 1998-02 1965 1962-65 Athletic Director, 1996-2000 1946 1939-42, ’45-46 Manager 1949-50 1996 1992-96 1987 1983-87 1982 Manager 1981 1978-80 1992 1988-92 2011 2007-11

Hermosa Beach, CA Denver, CO Chicago, IL Anchorage, AK Costa Mesa, CA Madison, WI St. Paul, MN Pittsburgh, PA Montreal, Que. Richfield, MN New Haven, CT Regina, Sask. Rochester, MN Colorado Springs, CO Clayton, MO 100 Mile House, B.C. Westbury, NY

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1973 2014 2013 1991 1958 1965 1950 1981 2004 1983 2006 transferred 1974 2017 1989 1988 1976 1995 1974 1956 Asst. Coach 1955 1965 1956 1964 1993 2014 1981 2006 1949

1969-73 2010-12 2009-13 1988-90 1956-58 1962-65 1946-49 1977-81 2000-03 1979-83 2002-06 2004-05 1970-74 2013-present 1988-89 1984-87 1972-74 1991-95 Manager 1953-56 1988-92 1951-53 1962-65 1954-56 1961-64 1989-90 2010-14 1977-81 2002-06 1946-49 2013-15 1954-56 1973-76 1957-60 1952-53 1954-56

1956 1977 1960 1956 Trainer 1960 1990 1964 1943

1988-89 Manager 1939-40 1966-67 1953 1950-53 1979 1975-79 1960 1959-60 Athletic Director, 2004-07 1959 1956-59 1951 1947-49 1939 1938-39 Trainer 1980-84 1975-76 1951 1948-51 1975 1971-75 1983 1980-83 1995 1991-95 Strength Coach, 2006-09 2006 2002-06 1949 1941-42, ’45-48 1982 1978-79

HOMETOWN

Rosemere, Que. Wilcox, Sask. Wilcox, Sask. St. Paul, MN Pamour, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Montreal, Que. Windsor, Ont. Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia St. Louis, MO Roseville, MN Roseville, MN Virginia, MN Highlands Ranch, CO Renton, WA Colorado Springs, CO Madison, WI Cranbrook, B.C. Santa Fe, NM Reger, Alta. New Brighton, MN Park Ridge, IL St. Paul, MN Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN St. Paul, MN Hopkins, MN Enedyberg, Sweden Duluth, MN Sutherland, Sask. Erie, CO Red Deer, Alta. Panoka, Alta. Drumheller, Alta. W. Kildonan, Man. Washington, D.C. Colorado Springs, CO Lake Forest, IL Bay City, MI Minneapolis, MN Trail, B.C. Minneapolis, MN Prince Albert, Sask. New Hope, PA Calgary, Alta. Regina, Sask. Grand Junction, CO Ann Arbor, MI Chisholm, MN Moose Jaw, Sask. Duluth, MN Minnetonka, MN Highland, MI Divide, CO Pasadena, CA Yorkton, Sask. Minneapolis, MN


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A L L - T I M E A L U M N I & PA R T I C I PA N T S PLAYER St. Pierre, Max Stokke, Jesse Stouffer, Donald Stoykewych, Peter Straub, Brandon Straub, Michael Struch, Randy Strunk, Steve Stuart, Colin Stuart, Mark Stuart, Mike Sunshine, Vic Sutherland, Gordon Swanson, Brian Swanson, Scott Sweatt, Bill Sweatt, Lee Sweezo, Tim Symmonds, Jeffrey

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

2020 2006 1963 2015 2007 1977 1982 1992 2004 2006 2002 1987 1973 1999 1999 2010 2007 1996 1973

2016-present 2002-06 1961-63 2011-15 2004-07 1973-77 1978-82 1988-92 2000-04 2002-05 1998-02 1983-85 1969-73 1995-99 1995-99 2006-10 2003-07 1992-96 1971-72

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

Athletic Director Asst. Coach 1993-99 1993 1990-93 2015 2011-15 1998 1994-98 1959 1955-59 2006 2002-06 Athletic Director 2010 2006-10 1971 1969-70 2007 2003-08 1941 1943 1938-40 Head Coach 1945-55 1953 1950-53 2014 2010-14 Manager 1995-98 transferred 1946-47 1976 Manager transferred 2001-03 1994 1991-93 1945-47 1984 1980-84 1948 1941-42

Wakefield, Thomas 1968 1965-67 Wakelyn, Marty 1986 1982-86 Waldo, Brian 1999 1995-97 Walsky, Eric 2009 2006-09 Wamsganz, Scott 2015 2011-15t Warner, Ed* Manager, 2006-08 Warner, James 1978 1974-78 Warwick, Arthur 1964 1961-64 Waugh, John 1940 Manager, 1938-40 Weir, James 1954 1952-53 Wells, John 1967 1965-67 Westby, Dave Asst. Coach Whitaker, Gordon 1987 1983-87 White, Burleson 1951 Manager Whiteside, Cy 1959 1957-59 Whitworth, Harry* 1950 1946-50 Whyte, Gregory 1981 1977-81 Wieck, Doug transferred 1984-86 Wilcox, Ted SID Wilcox, Thomas 1970 Manager Wilder, Clark 1951 1947-50 Wilharm, James 1990 1988-90 Williams, Boyce Manager Wilson, Wilmer “Spike”* 1943 1939-43 Winkler, Scott* 2013 2009-13 Winkler, Shaun 2002 1998-02 Winograd, Robert 1973 1969-72 Wishart, Don 1957 1954-57 Wishart, Vernon R. 1950 1946-49 Wonoski, Fred 1954-55 Woodruff, Clinton* 1940 1939-40 Woodworth, Steven Strength Coach 2015-present Wright, Scott Manager Wysopal, Brett transferred 2007-08

Clarkston, MN Federal Way, WA Kungalv, Sweden Edina, MN Littleton, CO Trail, B.C. Duluth, MN Valdosta, GA Vail, CO Minnetonka, MN Rochester, MN Madison, CT Madison, CT Fielding, Sask. Pittsburgh, PA Saskatoon, Sask. St. Louis Park, MN Montreal, Que. Albuquerque, NM Simi Valley, California Excelsior, MN Regina, Sask. Kelowna, B.C. Melville, Sask.

Strength Coach, 2010-11

Yalich, Milo (Mike)* Yankovich, Alexander Young, Earl Young, Ernest* Young, Ian Young, John Yutsyk, Dale

1983 1980-81 1980 1976-80 2020 2016-present transferred 2000-01 Equip. Room Supervisor 1992 1991-92 1957 1954-56 1958 1957-58 2010 2005-10 2001 1997-01 2000 1996-00

Devils Lake, ND Victoria, B.C. Cottage Grove, MN Anchorage, AK Anchorage, AK Binghamton, NY St. Paul, MN Port Arthur, Ont. Riverside, CA Calgary, Alta. Richfield, MN St. Paul, MN Edmonton, Alta. Beachwood, OH Wetaskiwin, Alta. Toronto, Ont. St. James, Man. Rochester, MN Colorado Springs, CO New York, NY Rochester, MN Minnetonka, MN Sun Prairie, WI Sutherland, Sask. Asker, Norway Bemidji, MN Winnipeg, Man. Rosetown, Sask. Carstairs, Alta. Lynn, MA Washington, CT Minneapolis, MN LaGrange Park, IL

1950 1963 1960 1942 2015 1971

1947-50 1960-63 1957-59 1938-42 2011-15 1959-60 1968-71

Eveleth, MN Schumacher, Ont. Schumacher, Ont. Saskatoon, Sask. Missouri City, TX Timmins, Ont. Lethbridge, Alta.

2007 1991 2001 1975

2003-07 1987-91 1997-01 1972-75

Yorkton, Sask. Langenburg, Sask. Thunder Bay, Ont. Virginia, MN

Z ••• Zaba, Matt Zawatsky, Edward Zulianello, Colin Zupetz, Charlie

Calgary, Alta.

V ••• Vacanti, Mike Van, Glenn Van Horn, Bryce Van Pelt, John Varley, Emily* Venkus, Chris Viger, Howard Villeneuve, Ronald Vlassopoulos, Andreas Voorhees, Brent Voorhees, K.J.

HOMETOWN

Y •••

U ••• Underwood, Stephen

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

W •••

Orleans, Ont. Hermantown, MN Vancouver, B.C. Winnipeg, Man. Colorado Springs, CO Ann Arbor, MI Kamloops, B.C. Wausau, WI Rochester, MN Rochester, MN Rochester, MN Denver, CO Fort Frances, Ont. Eagle River, AK Cottage Grove, MN Elburn, IL Elburn, IL Maple Plains, MN Rochester, MN

T ••• Taber, Dick* Tabrum, Mark Taeck, Marcus Taft, Charlie Tanberg, T.J. Tanner, Robert Tardy, Weston Taylor, Max Testwuide, Mike Tharinger, Stephen Thauwald, Scott Thompson, Alexander* Thompson, Bob Thompson, Cheddy* Thompson, Wm. Jr. Thorimbert, Josh Thurston, Tom Toohy, Ralph* Traub, Dan Tsiantar, Nick Tucker, David Turner, Len Turner, Tim Tutten, William*

CLASS OF

Edina, MN W. St. Paul, MN Kimball, MI Edina, MN Colorado Springs, CO Hinsdale, IL International Falls, MN Marxville, Ont. Los Angeles, CA Lake Stevens, WA Lake Stevens, WA

* deceased

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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

All-Time Results 1937-38 DATE J 21 F1 F2 F8 F 16 F 23 F 25 M2 M9 M 16 M 23 M 30

CC | COACH JOHN ATWOOD | OPP 1 .................................Giddings, Inc. ..................................8 0............................Broadmoor Hotelmen.............................2 2 .....................................Bankers ......................................4 2............................Newton Lumberjacks.............................4 2 ..............................Alexander Filmers .........................1 (ot) 0.................................Ideal Cleaners..................................9 1 ........................Colorado School of Mines .........................8 4............................Broadmoor Hotelmen.............................0 3 .................................Giddings, Inc. ..................................5 7 .....................................Bankers ......................................4 1 ...............................Price and Young ..............................10 0 ..............................Alexander Filmers ...............................1

1938-39 DATE D 14 J4 J 18 F9 F 11 M3 M8 M 11 M 15 M 18 M 22

10-9-1

CC | COACH GARRETT LIVINGSTON | OPP 7...........................University of Michigan ............................3 1...........................University of Michigan ......................1 (ot) 5.................................Yale University..................................6 1.................................Yale University..................................5 2 ........................@ University of California..........................3 3 ...............@ University of California-Sacramento ................1 2......................@ University of California-LA .......................1 2 .................@ University of Southern California ..................5 3 .............................University of Illinois ..............................7 2 .............................University of Illinois ..............................6 7...........................University of California............................2 3...........................University of California............................5 3....................University of Southern California.....................4 4....................University of Southern California.....................6 5 ........................University of California-LA .........................2 7 ........................University of California-LA .........................2 15 ......................Colorado School of Mines .........................1 15 ......................Laramie American Legion .........................1 12...............................Tulsa All-Stars..................................1 16...............................Tulsa All-Stars..................................1

1941-42 DATE D 19 D 20 D 26

7-3-2

CC | COACH GARRETT LIVINGSTON | OPP 4..............................Coca Cola Bottlers...............................7 4...........................University of Michigan ............................2 4...........................University of Michigan ......................3 (ot) 5..............................Coca Cola Bottlers .........................5 (ot) 4...........................University of California ......................4 (ot) 3...........................University of California............................2 10 ......................Colorado School of Mines .........................1 6 ........................Montana School of Mines .........................0 9 ........................Montana School of Mines .........................1 10............................Coca Cola Bottlers...............................2 1....................University of Southern California.....................4 5....................University of Southern California...................11

1940-41 DATE D 13 D 14 D 23 D 24 D 26 D 27 D 30 D 31 J3 J4 J 11 J 13 J 31 F1 F7 F8 F 21 F 22 M 14 M 15

8-3-0

CC | COACH GARRETT LIVINGSTON | OPP 5 ......................Colorado Springs Merchants .......................4 5 ..............................Alexander Filmers ...............................0 3............................Newton Lumberjacks .......................2 (ot) 0 ......................Colorado Springs Merchants .......................6 4 ................................Fountain Valley............................3 (ot) 8 ........................Colorado School of Mines .........................5 4............................Newton Lumberjacks.............................0 8 ...........................University of Colorado ............................3 6 .....................Colorado Springs Merchants*.....................12 5 .....................Colorado Springs Merchants*.......................2 4 .....................Colorado Springs Merchants*.......................5 *Pikes Peak League Championship

1939-40 DATE D9 D 15 D 16 J3 J 16 J 17 F3 F 23 F 24 M 16 M 21 M 23

3-9-0

6-6-3

CC | COACH GARRETT LIVINGSTON | OPP 2 .............................Dartmouth College...............................3 3 .............................Dartmouth College...............................1 1 .................................@Bakersfield...................................4

D 27 D 29 J1 J3 J9 J 10 F6 F7 F 20 F 21 M6 M7

1 .................................@ San Diego...................................4 4 .................@ University of Southern California ................10 1.................................@ Santa Rosa..................................4 1 ........................@ University of California..........................0 5...........................University of California............................3 2...........................University of California............................8 6....................University of Southern California ...............6 (ot) 2....................University of Southern California...............2 (ot) 6...........................University of Michigan ............................2 10.........................University of Michigan ............................2 4 .............................University of Illinois ..............................2 3 .............................University of Illinois.......................3 (2ot)

1942-44

NO GAMES PLAYED

1944-45

1-3-1

DATE F3 F8 J9 J 16 J 17

CC | COACH C.E. MOORE | OPP 5 ........................Colorado Springs Rangers .........................6 1 .........................Air Force-Peterson Field ..........................3 1 ..........................2nd Air Force Battalion......................1 (ot) 2 ........................Colorado Springs Rangers .........................0 5 ..........................2nd Air Force Battalion ...........................6

1945-46 DATE D8 D 13 D 22 D 28 D 29 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 F 14 F 15

3-8-0

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 4........................Colorado Springs All-Stars .........................3 4........................Colorado Springs All-Stars .........................3 11......................Colorado Springs All-Stars .........................3 2 ............................University of Toronto ...........................11 2 ............................University of Toronto .............................8 4...........................University of Michigan ......................5 (ot) 3...........................University of Michigan ..........................10 3 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................5 0 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................7 2...........................University of Manitoba ............................9 7...........................University of Manitoba ......................9 (ot)

1946-47 DATE N 29 N 30 D 26 D 27 D 30 J3 J4 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 F8 F 10 F 20 F 21 F 28 M1

14-5-0

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 18 ...........................Tulsa Independents ..............................0 16 ...........................Tulsa Independents ..............................0 6...........................University of Michigan ............................4 1...........................University of Michigan ............................5 4.................................Yale University..................................3 3 .............................Dartmouth College.........................4 (ot) 5 .............................Dartmouth College...............................2 6 ........................@ University of California..........................1 3 ....................@ San Francisco Olympic Club .....................4 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 8.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 9 ......................San Francisco Olympic Club........................2 5 ......................San Francisco Olympic Club........................0 10.........................University of California............................5 15.........................University of California............................5 9 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................3 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 2 ..........................University of Minnesota .........................15

1947-48 DATE D4 D5 D9 D 10 D 19 D 20 D 26 D 27 D 29 D 30 J9 J 10

19-8-0

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 26...................University of Nebraska-Omaha......................3 16...................University of Nebraska-Omaha......................3 4 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................8 6 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................3 8 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 7.................................Michigan Tech..................................6 8.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 13............................Harvard University ...............................6 10............................Harvard University ...............................3 15...............................Wichita Flyers ..................................7 6.................................Wichita Flyers ..................................2

96

J 16 J 17 F6 F7 F 12 F 13 F 23 F 24 F 27 F 28 M6 M7 M 12 M 13 M 18

7 ......................San Francisco Olympic Club........................4 3 ......................San Francisco Olympic Club........................2 6...........................University of California............................5 12.........................University of California............................4 4........................University of North Dakota .........................8 6........................University of North Dakota .........................3 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................4 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................3 1.........................@ University of Michigan..........................3 1.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 10.............................@ Wichita Flyers................................0 13.............................@ Wichita Flyers................................3 5......................University of British Columbia.......................9 7......................University of British Columbia.......................3 4.............................Dartmouth College*..............................8 *NCAA playoff game

1948-49 DATE N 26 N 27 D 10 D 11 D 21 D 22 D 24 D 25 D 29 D 30 J2 J5 J8 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 24 F 26 M4 M5 M 18 M 19

1949-50 DATE D9 D 10 D 16 D 17 D 22 D 23 D 29 D 30 J6 J7 J 13 J 14 J 21 J 30 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18 M3 M4 M 16 M 18

15-7-1

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 14 ...........................vs. Wichita Flyers^ ..............................1 8 .............................vs. Wichita Flyers^ ..............................4 12......................University of North Dakota .........................4 12......................University of North Dakota .........................4 2...........................University of Michigan ............................5 4...........................University of Michigan ......................4 (ot) 6.................................Yale University..................................5 7.................................Yale University..................................3 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 5..............................@ Boston College .........................6 (ot) 8 ..............................@ Yale University................................2 8 ..........................@ Princeton University............................2 3 ............................University of Alberta..............................2 6 ............................University of Alberta..............................5 7...........................University of California............................1 12.........................University of California............................4 8 ........................@ University of California..........................5 9 ........................@ University of California..........................5 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................7 3 ...............................Boston College*.................................7 4..........................University of Michigan# .........................10 .......................^played in Albuquerque, N.M. *NCAA playoff game #NCAA consolation game

18-5-1

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 5.............................@ Wichita All-Stars ..............................4 10...........................@ Wichita All-Stars ..............................1 9 ...............................Wichita All-Stars ................................0 13 .............................Wichita All-Stars ................................3 6 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................3 9 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................6 12.............................Brown University ................................7 8...............................Brown University ................................5 16 ..........................University of Denver..............................0 10 ..........................University of Denver..............................0 4......................University of British Columbia.......................8 3......................University of British Columbia.......................5 14 ........................@ University of Denver ...........................1 10 ........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 8........................University of North Dakota .........................5 3........................University of North Dakota ...................3 (ot) 8.......................@ University of Minnesota^........................6 2 .....................@ University of Minnesota^^ ......................4 1.........................@ University of Michigan..........................5 1.........................@ University of Michigan........................11 9 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................1 10 .............................Boston College*.................................3 13 ...........................Boston University#...............................4 (excluding Alumni game) ^ @ St. Paul, MN ^^ @ Rochester, MN NCAA semifinal #NCAA championship


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1950 SEMIFINAL GAME

1950 NCAA CHAMPIONS

18-5-1

MARCH 16, 1950 AT BROADMOOR ICE PALACE Boston College .............................................................2-0-1 – 3 Colorado College ..........................................................3-3-4 – 10 First Period: 1. BC, Mulhern (Ceglarski) 3:07 2. CC, Hartwell (Ray) 14:54 3. CC, Lawrence (Berry, Frasca) 16:29 4. CC, Hartwell (Whitworth) 17:18 5. BC, Mulhern (unassisted) 17:55 Penalties: BC, Threadgold (minor), Ceglarski (minor); CC, Berry (minor), Yalich (minor), Hartwell (minor) Second Period: 6. CC, Ray (Hartwell) 1:21 7. CC, Lawrence (Berry) 9:30 8. CC, Lawrence (Frasca, Berry) 16:36 Penalties: CC, Starrak (major), Maccini (minor) Third Period: 9. CC, Lawrence (Berry) 7:09 10. CC, Frasca (Yalich) 7:31 11. CC, MacDonald (Ray) 13:22 12. CC, Lawrence (Frasca, MacDonald) 15:37 13. BC, Threadgold (McCusker) 16:21 Penalties: BC, Mulhern (minor), Ceglarski (minor) Shots on Goal: Boston College – 27 (6-14-7) Colorado College – 44 (16-14-14)

Back: Neil Harrison (manager), Jim Starrak, Carl Lawrence, Clark Wilder, Chris Ray, Bill MacDonald, Andy Gambucci, Tony Frasca, Ron Hartwell, Len Maccini, Bud Eastwood, Cam Berry, Burleson White, Gordon Atkinson. Front: Harry Whitworth, Rosie Collins (trainer), Coach Cheddy Thompson, Mike Yalich, Juan Reid (athletic director), Bucky Reinking (team mascot), Roy Ikola.

Goalie Saves: BC, Maggio – 32 (13-11-8) and Casey 2 (x-x-2) CC, Ikola – 24 (4-14-6)

1950-51

1950 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME MARCH 18, 1950 AT BROADMOOR ICE PALACE Boston University.......................................................1-0-3 – 4 Colorado College.......................................................0-3-10 – 13 First Period: 1. BU, Czarnota (Garrity) 6:16 Penalties: BU, Jurgelevich, Robinson, Garrity (all minor); CC, Starrak, Yalich, Eastwood (all minor) Second Period: 2. CC, Whitworth (Starrak) 7:53 3. CC, Lawrence (Frasca, Berry) 8:05 4. CC, Ray (Hartwell, Yalich) 14:27 Penalties: BU, Kelley (minor), Folino (minor), Czarnota (major); CC, Frasca (minor) Third Period: 5. CC, Hartwell (unassisted) :52 6. CC, Ray (Whitworth) 5:26 7. BU, Kelley (Garrity) 6:47 8. CC, Whitworth (Ray, Hartwell) 9:49 9. CC, Ray (Whitworth) 11:20 10. CC, Hartwell (Whitworth, Ray) 11:34 11. CC, Frasca (Berry, MacDonald) 13:03 12. CC, Berry (Frasca, MacDonald) 13:18 13. CC, Starrak (unassisted) 16:15 14. CC, Ray (unassisted) 16:39 15. BU, Garrity (Kelley) 18:21 16. CC, Frasca (Lawrence) 18:29 17. BU, Bell (Robinson, Bradley) 19:56 Penalties: CC, Maccini (minor); MacDonald (minor) Shots on Goal: Boston University – 26 (9-6-11) Colorado College – 43 (10-15-18) Goalie Saves: BU, Bevins – 30 (10-12-8) CC, Ikola – 22 (8-6-8)

DATE D4 D5 D8 D9 D 16 D 18 D 21 D 22 D 27 D 29 D 31 J5 J6 J 12 J 13 F9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 19 F 20 M2 M3 M 16 M 17

16-8-1

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 7 .....................Brandon University (Manitoba) ......................7 9 .....................Brandon University (Manitoba) ......................3 11 ........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 7 ............................University of Toronto .............................5 5 ............................University of Toronto........................6 (ot) 17...........................Princeton University..............................7 8.............................Princeton University..............................4 4 ............................@ Boston University .............................7 1..............................@ Boston College ...............................3 11.....................@ Clinton Hockey Club (NY)........................7 16...............................Michigan Tech..................................1 10...............................Michigan Tech..................................4 10 ..........................University of Denver..............................3 8 ............................University of Denver..............................4 4...........................University of Michigan ............................6 9...........................University of Michigan ............................7 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 4........................@ University of Minnesota ...................5 (ot) 10....................@ University of North Dakota.......................3 7......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 9 ............................University of Alberta..............................3 8 ............................University of Alberta ........................7 (ot) 4 ..............................Brown University* ...............................8 4 .............................Boston University#...............................7 *NCAA playoff game, #NCAA consolation game

1951-52 DATE D1 D7 D8 D 21 D 22 D 26 D 27 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 F1 F2 F7

19-5-1 (10-2)

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 7 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................6 3 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................4 7 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................3 5.................................Yale University..................................2 3.................................Yale University..................................6 10 .....................University of Saskatchewan ........................5 7 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................2 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 6........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 5 ............................University of Denver..............................0 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 14...............................Michigan Tech..................................7 12...............................Michigan Tech..................................2 13 ...................Brandon University (Manitoba) ......................3

97

F9 8 .....................Brandon University (Manitoba) ......................2 F 12 3 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................0 F 13 6 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................3 F 15 5.........................@ University of Michigan..........................3 F 16 6.........................@ University of Michigan ....................7 (ot) F 21 9........................University of North Dakota .........................5 F 22 9........................University of North Dakota .........................2 M1 6......................University of British Columbia.......................6 M3 10....................University of British Columbia.......................7 M 14 4................................Yale University* .................................3 M 15 1..........................University of Michigan# ...........................4 ^non-conference game *NCAA semifinal #NCAA chapionship

1952-53 DATE N 29 D5 D6 D 19 D 20 D 29 D 30 J2 J3 J 16 J 17 F6 F7 F 10 F 11 F 13 F 14 F 18 F 19 F 28 M2

1953-54 DATE D5 D6 D 12 D 14 D 19

9-11-0 (4-10)

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 5 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................4 11 ..........................University of Toronto .............................3 3 ............................University of Toronto .............................4 2...........................University of Michigan ............................3 6...........................University of Michigan ..........................10 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 6.........................Michigan State University..........................4 5.........................Michigan State University..........................3 4 ............................University of Denver............................11 2 ............................University of Denver..............................4 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 4......................@ University of North Dakota.....................12 3......................@ University of North Dakota.....................10 7 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 6 .....................Brandon University (Manitoba) ......................4 11 ...................Brandon University (Manitoba) ......................4 9 ............................University of Alberta..............................1 6 ............................University of Alberta..............................4 (excluding Alumni game)

14-9-1 (6-8)

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 11 .......................Colorado College Alumni ..........................3 3 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................6 3.............................Edmonton Oil Kings..............................5 7.............................Edmonton Oil Kings..............................2 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1957 NCAA CHAMPIONS

25-5-0

1957 SEMIFINAL GAME MARCH 14, 1957 AT BROADMOOR ICE PALACE Clarkson ......................................................................1-0-2 – 3 Colorado College ..........................................................1-2-2 – 5 First Period: 1. C, Van Lammers (Rowe) 7:43 2. CC, McCusker (Hay, Wishart) 10:12 Penalties: C, Seale (minor); CC, Andrews (minor); deRappard (minor) Second Period: 3. CC, Hubchik (Hersack) 13:31 4. CC, McCusker (McGhee, Hay) 16:14 Penalties: C, Seale (minor), Seale (minor); CC, Harasyn (minor) Third Period: 5. C, Van Lammers (Quartermain) 6:11 6. CC, McCusker (unassisted) 12:57 7. CC, Andrews (Harasyn, deRappard) 15:32 8. C, Gilchrist (Howell) 18:09 Penalties: C, Williamson (minor), Graham (minor); CC, Scott (minor), Andrews (minor), Hughes (minor) Shots on Goal: Clarkson – 21 (8-3-10) Colorado College – 60 (17-24-19)

Coach Tom Bedecki (standing second from right) and his 1956-57 Tigers claimed Colorado College ’s second NCAA championship. Team members included Dick McGhee, George deRappard, Murray Dea, Harley Patterson, Bob Southwood, Bob Tanner, Harry Harasyn, Gerry Capello, Ron Villeneuve, John Andrews, Jerry Art, Ron Laughlin, Bunt Hubchik, Gary Hughes, Don Wishart, Red Hay, Bob McCusker, Ike Scott, Howie Viger, trainer Rosie Collins and manager Pete Gazzola. Missing: Don Hersack.

Goalie Saves: C, MacDonald – 55 (16-22-17) CC, Southwood – 18 (7-3-8)

1957 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME D 26 D 28 J1 J2 J4 J8 J9 J 15 J 16 J 30 F5 F6 F9 F 10 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 27 M6 M8

5..............................Harvard University ...............................3 9..............................Harvard University ...............................0 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 5 .............................Dartmouth College...............................4 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 6 ............................University of Denver..............................5 8 ..........................Rensselaer Polytechnic ...........................3 6 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................0 2 .......................University of Saskatchewan....................2(ot) 3 ......................@ Michigan State University...................2(ot) 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................8 1.........................@ University of Michigan..........................5 2.........................@ University of Michigan..........................9 5........................University of North Dakota .........................3 2........................University of North Dakota .........................1 2 ............................University of Denver..............................6 10....................University of British Columbia.......................0 15....................University of British Columbia.......................1 (excluding Alumni games)

1954-55 DATE N 26 N 27 D4 D6 D 10 D 11 D 17 D 18 D 21 D 22 D 28 D 29 J6 J8 J 14 J 15 F3 F4 F8 F9

22-6-0 (14-4)

CC | COACH CHEDDY THOMPSON | OPP 5 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................3 2 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................5 7 ............................Prince Albert Mintos .............................3 7 ............................Prince Albert Mintos .............................4 17 .........................College of St. Thomas ............................0 11 .........................College of St. Thomas ............................0 4...........................University of Michigan ............................0 5...........................University of Michigan ......................4 (ot) 5.........................Michigan State University..........................4 2.........................Michigan State University..........................4 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 3 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................2 (ot) 7 ..........................Lethbridge Native Sons ...........................5 5 ..........................Lethbridge Native Sons ...........................7 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................1 6 ............................University of Denver..............................4 4........................University of North Dakota .........................3 7........................University of North Dakota .........................1 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................2 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3

F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M5 M7 M 10 M 12

3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................3 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 3 ............................University of Denver........................4 (ot) 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................3 (ot) 5 ............................University of Alberta..............................1 7 ............................University of Alberta..............................3 2 .........................St. Lawrence University* ..........................1 3..........................University of Michigan# ...........................5 *NCAA playoff game, #NCAA finals, (excluding Alumni games)

1955-56 DATE N 25 N 26 D3 D5 D 13 D 14 D 16 D 17 D 22 D 23 D 28 D 31 J7 J9 J 12 J 14 J 20 J 21 F3 F4 F7 F8 F 11 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 24 F 25 M2 M3

17-11-0 (10-8)

CC | COACH TOM BEDECKI | OPP 5 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................4 10 .......................Colorado College Alumni ..........................6 7 ............................University of Toronto .............................1 6 ............................University of Toronto .............................4 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................2 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 2.......................@ University of Minnesota^........................3 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................0 7.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................9 2 ................................Spokane Flyers ...............................10 5 ................................Spokane Flyers .................................8 8 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 7 ........................University of North Dakota .........................2 8 .......................University of Saskatchewan ........................1 13 .....................University of Saskatchewan ........................4 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................0 8 ............................University of Denver..............................1 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................2 6 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................1 6.........................@ University of Michigan..........................3 2.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 1 ..................................Regina Pats....................................3 5 ..................................Regina Pats....................................1 9......................University of British Columbia.......................1 16....................University of British Columbia.......................1 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 3 ..........................@ University of Denver .........................10 1 ............................University of Denver..............................5 ^at St. Paul Auditorium (excluding Alumni games)

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MARCH 16, 1957 AT BROADMOOR ICE PALACE University of Michigan...................................................3-1-2 – 6 Colorado College ..........................................................3-3-7 – 13 First Period: 1. CC, McCusker (Scott, McGhee) 3:15 2. CC, Hay (McCusker) 8:04 3. CC, McCusker (Hay, Capello) 11:39 4. UM, Dunnigan (unassisted) 13:14 5. UM, McDonald (unassisted) 17:30 6. UM, Hutton (McDonald) 17:57 Penalties: CC, Southwood (minor), Hubchik (minor) Second Period: 7. CC, Dea (Laughlin) 4:52 8. CC, Andrews (Hubchik) 6:18 9. UM, Switzer (Dunnigan) 10:18 10. CC, Hay (McCusker, McGhee) 14:05 Penalties: UM, Schiller (minor), Schiller (minor); CC, Hughes (minor) Third Period: 11. CC, McCusker (Dea) 1:23 12. CC, Patterson (Harasyn) 6:20 13. CC, Hersack (Hubchik, Andrews) 9:10 14. CC, Harasyn (Patterson) 12:59 15. CC, McCusker (Hay) 13:47 16. CC, Hersack (Hubchik) 14:53 17. UM, Rendall (Starr) 15:15 18. CC, Wishart (deRappard) 16:11 19. UM, McDonald (Switzer) 16:36 Penalties: UM, Dunnigan (minor), Rendall (minor); CC, McCusker (minor), Capello (minor) Shots on Goal: University of Michigan – 27 (9-7-11) Colorado College – 41 (10-14-17) Goalie Saves: UM, Childs – 28 (7-11-10) CC, Southwood – 21 (6-6-9)


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1956-57 DATE N 30 D1 D6 D8 D 13 D 15 D 18 D 19 D 21 D 22 J1 J2 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 26 J 28 F2 F4 F8 F9 F 11 F 12 F 15 F 16 F 19 F 20 M1 M2 M 14 M 16

1957-58 DATE N 30 D7 D9 D 13 D 14 D 17 D 18 D 20 D 21 D 26 D 28 D 30 J4 J8 J 11 J 13 J 14 J 16 J 18 F4 F5 F7 F8 F 15 F 17 F 21 F 22 F 28 M1 M7 M8

25-5-0 (14-4)

CC | COACH TOM BEDECKI | OPP 2 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................1 9 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................5 8 ..............................Humboldt Indians ...............................4 12 ............................Humboldt Indians ...............................3 12 ......................Saint Boniface Canadiens .........................2 15 ......................Saint Boniface Canadiens .........................5 5...........................University of Michigan ............................4 7...........................University of Michigan ............................5 8.........................Michigan State University..........................2 7.........................Michigan State University..........................1 10...............................Yale University..................................0 17...............................Yale University..................................3 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................1 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 8 ............................University of Denver........................7 (ot) 5 ..................................Regina Pats....................................3 8 ..................................Regina Pats....................................1 3..............................Flin Flon Bombers ...............................5 4..............................Flin Flon Bombers ...............................2 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 3.......................@ University of Minnesota^ ..................2 (ot) 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................2 6 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 4 ............................University of Denver..............................3 6........................University of North Dakota .........................4 7........................University of North Dakota ...................6 (ot) 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................4 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................4 5 ....................................Clarkson* .....................................3 13........................University of Michigan# ...........................6 (excluding Alumni games) ^at St. Paul Auditorium *NCAA playoff game #NCAA finals

17-12-1 (11-9)

CC | COACH TOM BEDECKI | OPP 6 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................2 12 ..........................University of Toronto .............................5 2 ............................University of Toronto .............................2 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 6 ............................University of Denver..............................2 7 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................2 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 3.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 6.........................@ University of Michigan..........................1 5.................................Michigan Tech .............................4(ot) 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 2.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................3 4.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................5 10 ..........................University of Denver..............................4 2 ..........................@ University of Denver.......................3(ot) 14............................Flin Flon Bombers ...............................5 9..............................Flin Flon Bombers ...............................6 10 ..........................Prince Albert Mintos .............................2 9 ............................Prince Albert Mintos .............................6 7........................University of North Dakota .........................1 9........................University of North Dakota .........................2 7.............................Edmonton Oil Kings..............................4 4.............................Edmonton Oil Kings..............................6 5 ............................University of Denver..............................1 0 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 5 ............................University of Denver..............................2 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 1........................@ University of Minnesota ...................2 (ot) (excluding Alumni game)

BILL CLARK, LEN GAGNON & ED ROBSON Were teammates during the 1952-53 seasons.

1958-59 DATE D6 D8 D 13 D 29 D 30 J2 J3 J9 J 17 J 19 J 30 J 31 F6 F7 F9 F 10 F 13 F 14 F 20 M2 M3 M6 M7

16-14-3 (no league play)

CC | COACH TONY FRASCA | OPP 5 ............................University of Toronto .............................3 9 ............................University of Toronto .............................7 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 7 ............................University of Alberta..............................2 3 ............................University of Alberta..............................3 2 ..........................University of Minnesota.......................3(ot) 1 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................1 (ot) 5................................USSR Nationals...............................11 4..................................US Nationals ...................................2 2..................................US Nationals ...................................4 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 6 ............................University of Denver..............................3 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................2 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................7 9 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 6 ............................University of Denver............................10

99

1959-60 DATE D4 D5 D7 D8 D 18 D 19 D 29 D 30 J1 J2 J8 J9 J 11 J 12 J 29 J 30 F2 F5 F 11 F 12 F 19 F 20 M4 M5 M 11 M 12

8-17-1 (8-12)

CC | COACH TONY FRASCA | OPP 2.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 6.........................@ University of Michigan..........................4 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................3 5 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................1 5.........................Michigan State University..........................3 6.........................Michigan State University..........................3 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 8 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 4.................................Michigan Tech ............................5 (ot) 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 3........................@ University of Minnesota .......................11 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................7 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 2........................University of North Dakota .........................8 5........................University of North Dakota .........................7 4 .........................@ University of Denver$ ........................10 2............................Soviet National Team ...........................10 3 ......................West German National Team .......................3 3 ..........................Swedish National Team .........................10 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 1 ............................University of Denver..............................4 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 2 ............................University of Denver..............................6 2..........................@ University of Denver*...........................9 1..........................@ University of Denver*...........................3 *WCHA playoff game $non-league game


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T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1960-61

JIM STARRAK DOUG SILVERBERG Defenseman Defenseman All-America 1949, ’50, ’51 All-America 1955, ’56

DATE D9 D 16 D 17 D 19 D 20 D 29 D 30 J4 J6 J7 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 13 F 14 F 24 F 25 M3 M4

4-20-0 (4-18)

CC | COACH TONY FRASCA | OPP 4 .........................@ University of Denver$ ..........................8 2.........................Michigan State University..........................5 6.........................Michigan State University ....................5 (ot) 5...........................University of Michigan ..........................10 5...........................University of Michigan .......................4(ot) 1.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 1.................................Michigan Tech..................................4 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 6........................@ University of Minnesota .........................9 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 6......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 5......................@ University of North Dakota.....................10 9 ........................University of North Dakota .........................4 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 1 ..........................@ University of Denver .........................11 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 1.........................@ University of Michigan..........................5 3.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................10 1 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................11 2 ..........................University of Minnesota .........................12 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................7 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 3 ............................University of Denver............................13 $non-league game

1961-62 CLARE SMITH Forward All-America 1955

BILL “RED” HAY Forward All-America 1957, ’58

DON WISHART Defenseman All-America 1957

BOB McCUSKER Forward All-America 1957, ’58

DATE N 25 D1 D2 D 15 D 16 D 18 D 19 D 29 D 30 J1 J2 J8 J9 J 11 J 12 J 27 F2 F3 F7 F 10 F 23 F 24 F 28 M2

0-23-0 (0-18)

CC | COACH TONY FRASCA | OPP 12 .......................Colorado College Alumni ..........................3 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................9 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 2........................@ University of Minnesota .......................10 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................9 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................7 5..............................Harvard University ...............................6 4..............................Harvard University ...............................6 1.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 4.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................5 2 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................8 5 ............................University of Alberta..............................6 4 ..........................University of Minnesota .........................11 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................9 4...........................University of Michigan ..........................12 5...........................University of Michigan ............................7 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 3 ............................University of Denver..............................6 3.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................9 1 .............................Canadian Nationals ............................11 (excluding Alumni game)

1962-63

BOB ROMPRE Represented the U.S. in 1950 World Championships and 1952 Olympics

DALE YUTSYK One of the first Tigers to play professionally

DATE N 24 N 28 D1 D 26 D 27 D 28 D 29 J5 J8 J 11 J 12 J 19 J 25 J 26 F1 F2 F4 F5 F8 F9

12-11-0 (6-10)

CC | COACH TONY FRASCA | OPP 11 .......................Colorado College Alumni ..........................6 9 .....................McMaster University (Ontario).......................6 6 .....................McMaster University (Ontario).......................3 5 .............................Boston University$ .........................4 (ot) 5 .........................Northeastern University$ ..........................3 2.............................Harvard University$ ........................3 (ot) 8..............................@ Boston College ...............................4 8.........................Michigan State University ....................7 (ot) 8.........................Michigan State University..........................7 5 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 1 ............................University of Denver..............................6 8 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................7 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 8...........................University of Michigan ............................5 4...........................University of Michigan ............................2 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 6 ............................University of Denver..............................5

100

F 13 F 16 M1 M2

1........................University of North Dakota .........................7 6........................University of North Dakota .........................7 3.............................. @ Michigan Tech ...............................6 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 (excluding Alumni game), $Boston Arena Christmas Tournament

1963-64 DATE N 26 N 30 D 20 D 21 D 28 J3 J4 J6 J7 J8 J 10 J 11 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F1 F7 F8 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 F 29 M4 M7

1964-65 DATE N 21 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 29 J1 J2 J4 J8 J9 J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F3 F5 F6 F 12 F 13 F 16 F 20 F 26 F 27

7-18-0 (2-14)

CC | COACH BOB JOHNSON | OPP 6 .........................Colorado College Alumni ........................10 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................5 (ot) 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 9..............................@ Boston College ...............................7 5..........................vs. Providence College$...........................3 5............................@ Brown University$ ........................6(ot) 2 ............................@ Boston University .............................0 8 ....................... @ University of Wisconsin.........................4 7 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................3 3.........................Michigan State University..........................1 3.........................Michigan State University........................10 5...........................University of Michigan ............................7 1...........................University of Michigan ............................4 4 ............................University of Denver..............................2 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................3 (ot) 1 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................3 1 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................10 4 ..........................University of Minnesota .......................... 6 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 2........................University of North Dakota .........................8 6........................University of North Dakota ...................7 (ot) 2 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................8 6 ......................@ Michigan State University..................7 (ot) (excluding Alumni game) $Brown Holiday Tournament

1965-66 DATE N 13 N 14 N 19 N 20 N 26 N 27

11-14-1 (4-11-1)

CC | COACH BOB JOHNSON | OPP 5 .............................U.S. National Team ..............................7 2 .............................U.S. National Team ..............................4 6.........................Michigan State University..........................2 4.........................Michigan State University ....................5 (ot) 10...................McMaster University (Ontario) ......................7 4 ............................Providence College$ .............................3 8............................@ Brown University$.............................5 6............................@ Colgate University .............................3 10 ............................@ Ohio University ...............................6 10 ............................@ Ohio University ...............................1 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................7 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 8 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................3 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 0.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 4.........................@ University of Michigan........................12 0........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 8 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 0 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 3 ............................University of Denver..............................6 5 ......................@ Michigan State University..................4 (ot) 5 ......................@ Michigan State University..................5 (ot) 0.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 8.................................Michigan Tech ............................9 (ot) (excluding Alumni game) $Brown Holiday Tournament

9-18-2 (4-12-2)

CC | COACH BOB JOHNSON | OPP 6 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................5 9 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................5 4.........................Michigan State University..........................0 4.........................Michigan State University ....................3 (ot) 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................0


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T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T D3 D4 D 21 D 22 D 28 D 29 J7 J8 J 14 J 15 J 18 J 19 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F4 F5 F 10 F 11 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 27 M3

6 ................................Ohio University .................................0 8 ................................Ohio University .................................3 2.........................vs. University of Toronto#..........................6 3 ...........................vs. Boston University# ..........................10 3.......................University of North Dakota$ ......................11 6 .............................Colgate University$ ..............................2 5 ......................@ Michigan State University...................4(ot) 2 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 2.........................@ University of Michigan..........................4 4.........................@ University of Michigan........................10 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 0........................@ University of Minnesota .......................10 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 10 ........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 2 ............................University of Denver..............................6 2.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................4 2.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................4 3 ..........................@ University of Denver......................3 (ot) 2 ............................University of Denver..............................7 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................4 (ot) 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 2............................University of Denver* .............................8 (excluding Alumni games) #Great Lakes Invitational $St. Paul (MN) Classic *WCHA playoff game

1966-67 DATE N 12 N 18 N 19 N 25 N 26 D2 D3 J6 J7 J9 J 10 J 14 J 16 J 20 J 21 J 25 J 27 J 28 J 31 F4 F 11 F 13 F 17 F 18 F 20 M 25 M 27 M3 M4 M7

1967-68 DATE N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 N 28 N 29 D1 D2 D 27

15-13-1 (6-12)

CC | COACH JOHN MATCHEFTS | OPP 7 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................4 12...........................Lake Forest College..............................2 7.............................Lake Forest College..............................1 8 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 7 ................................Ohio University .................................1 7 ................................Ohio University .................................0 0 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 5 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................4 5 ..............................@ Ohio University ...............................2 8 ..............................@ Ohio University ...............................3 1.........................Michigan State University..........................2 4.........................Michigan State University..........................3 0...........................University of Michigan ............................3 3...........................University of Michigan ............................5 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 5 ......................vs. University of Wisconsin^........................2 7 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 2........................University of North Dakota .........................6 2........................University of North Dakota .........................4 4..............................Austrian Nationals ...............................3 2 ..............................Austran Nationals...........................2(ot) 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................9 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 3..........................@ University of Denver*...........................6 (excluding Alumni game) ^at Green Bay, Wis. *WCHA playoff game

9-20-0 (4-16)

CC | COACH JOHN MATCHEFTS | OPP 7 .........................Colorado College Alumni ..........................6 7 .......................Gustavus Adolphus College ........................2 5 .......................Gustavus Adolphus College ........................1 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 0......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 0......................@ University of North Dakota.......................7 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 8 ...............................Boston College$ ................................5

D 28 J3 J4 J6 J 12 J 13 J 19 J 20 F2 F3 F9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 24 F 27 F 28 M1 M2 M5

2 .......................University of North Dakota$ ...................3(ot) 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 0 ............................University of Denver..............................6 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 8............................Ohio State University .............................0 7 ................................Ohio University .................................6 3.........................Michigan State University..........................7 0.........................Michigan State University..........................3 1.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 2 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................2 3.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 3.........................@ University of Michigan........................10 2..............................@ Michigan Tech*...............................5 (excluding Alumni game) $St. Paul (MN) Classic *WCHA playoff game

1968-69 DATE N 15 N 16 N 22 N 23 N 29 N 30 D 30 D 31 J3 J4 J8 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F1 F3 F5 F8 F 12 F 13 F 28 M1 M7 M8

BOB LINDBERG Forward All-America 1966, ’67

BOB COLLYARD Forward All-America 1969, ’70

BOB WINOGRAD Defenseman All-America 1972

GREG SMITH Played 13 years in the NHL with three different teams

EDDIE MIO Goaltender All-America 1975, ’76

12-16-0 (4-14)

CC | COACH JOHN MATCHEFTS | OPP 6...........................University of Manitoba ............................3 6...........................University of Manitoba ............................1 0 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................7 2 ............................University of Denver..............................4 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 4 ............................. @ Boston College...............................7 3.............................@ Brown University..............................2 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................3 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin.....................2(ot) 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................10 3 ......................@ Michigan State University...................2(ot) 1 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................5 4...........................University of Michigan ............................6 5...........................University of Michigan ............................4 0 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 1 ............................University of Denver..............................2 13...........................Lake Forest College..............................1 12 ..............................Ohio University .................................1 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................4 5 ........................University of North Dakota .........................8 4 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 5 ...................vs. University of North Dakota*^.....................4 1..........................@ University of Denver*...........................3 ^non-conference game *WCHA playoff game

1969-70 DATE N 15 N 22 N 28 N 29 D5 D6 D 28 D 29 J2 J3 J9 J 10 J 13 J 14 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 31

JOHN SIMUS Forward All-America 1964

7-22-1 (3-17)

CC | COACH JOHN MATCHEFTS | OPP 11 .......................Colorado College Alumni ..........................2 4 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................7 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................9 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 5.........................@ US Air Force Academy..........................1 8...........................US Air Force Academy............................2 3 ............................University of Calgary........................3 (ot) 1 ............................University of Calgary .............................3 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 7.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 0.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................4 (ot) 9...............................@ Hibbing Flyers................................3 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 2.........................Michigan State University..........................6 4.........................Michigan State University..........................6 5.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................4

101

F2 F6 F7 F 10 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 23 F 27 F 28 M6 M7

4.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................5 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 7 ............................University of Denver........................8 (ot) 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................9 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................6 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................5 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 5 ............................University of Denver..............................4 (excluding Alumni game) ^ non-league game


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T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1970-71

11-17-1 (7-11)

DATE CC | COACH JOHN MATCHEFTS | OPP N 13 4 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................8 N 20 2.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................7 N 21 3.................................U.S. Nationals ................................11 N 27 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 N 28 8 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 D4 8...........................University of Michigan ............................2 D5 6...........................University of Michigan ............................3 D 30 10 .....................vs. Iron Range All-Stars^^.........................2 J1 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth ...........................10 J2 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 J5 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................8 J8 1 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 J9 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................8 J 12 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................1 J 13 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 J 15 8........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................6 J 16 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy .....................7 (ot) J 29 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 J 30 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 F5 6........................University of North Dakota .........................3 F6 2........................University of North Dakota .........................7 F 12 4........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................7 F 13 8..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................5 F 19 5 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................4 F 20 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 M1 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 M5 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 M6 6 ............................University of Denver..............................7 M 11 3..........................@ University of Denver*...........................6 ^non-conference game ^^@Hibbing, MN *WCHA playoff game

1971-72 DATE N 13 N 19 N 20 N 26 N 27 D3 D4 D 10 D 11 D 18 D 19 J7 J8 J 10 J 14 J 15 J 19 J 21 J 22 F2 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 16 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M1 M3 M5

1972-73 DATE N3 N4 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18

13-19-2 (11-17)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 3 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................4 3.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................6 0.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................4 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 6.........................Michigan State University ....................5 (ot) 5.........................Michigan State University..........................4 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................5 1.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 7.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 7 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 12........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................4 7......................@ University of North Dakota .................8 (ot) 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 5.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 6.........................@ University of Michigan..........................9 9 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 4 ............................University of Denver............................13 11........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................3 6........................@ University of Minnesota .........................2 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 2 ..........................@ University of Denver .........................13 9 ............................University of Denver..............................6 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................8 10 ..........................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 5........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.......................10 ............................^non-conference game

10-24-0 (5-23)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 10 ........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 0 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 6......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5

D1 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 D2 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 D8 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................3 D9 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 D 28 2.......................vs. University of Wisconsin$........................6 D 30 10 ........................@ St. Louis University$ ...........................4 J3 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................12 J5 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 J6 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 J 12 3.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................8 J 13 6.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................8 J 19 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 J 20 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 J 24 14........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................4 J 26 8...........................University of Michigan ............................7 J 27 6...........................University of Michigan ............................4 F1 2 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................7 F3 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 F5 1.................................Michigan Tech..................................7 F9 3.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 F 10 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 F 15 3 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................8 F 17 1 ............................University of Denver..............................3 F 21 9..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................6 F 23 4 ........................University of North Dakota .........................2 F 24 3 ........................University of North Dakota .........................1 M2 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................9 M3 2 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 $St. Louis Fireman’s Holiday Invitational, ^at Denver Coliseum

1973-74 DATE N2 N3 N9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 30 D1 D7 D8 D 14 D 15 D 28 D 29 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 F1 F2 F8 F9 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 M1 M2

13-17-2 (10-16-2)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 2 ............................University of Denver..............................1 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................8 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 5.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................3 6.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................5 15......................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................1 6..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................4 5 ........................University of North Dakota ...................4 (ot) 10 ......................University of North Dakota .........................4 4.........................Michigan State University..........................5 3.........................Michigan State University ....................4 (ot) 8...........................vs. Cornell University$ ............................9 8..........................vs. Clarkson University$...........................5 5.................................Michigan Tech................................10 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................8 5 ......................@ Michigan State University..................4 (ot) 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 0......................@ University of North Dakota.......................2 4 ..........................University of Wisconsin......................4 (ot) 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................8 8 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................8 4.........................@ University of Michigan..........................5 4.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 6 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................6 (ot) 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 1 ............................University of Denver..............................7 $Syracuse (NY) Invitational

1974-75 DATE O 22 O 25 O 26 N1 N2 N8 N9 N 15 N 16 N 22

23-16-0 (21-11)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 5 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................4 5 .............................St. Louis University ..............................7 5 .............................St. Louis University ..............................4 2.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................1 3.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................2 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 7 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................8 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3

102

N 23 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 13 D 14 D 21 D 27 D 28 D 30 J 10 J 11 J 15 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F1 F7 F8 F 14 F 15 F 19 F 21 F 22 F 28 M1 M4 M5

4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 5.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 3.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 4 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7 5 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 6 ............................University of Denver..............................2 5 ...........................University of Denver$.............................3 4 .........................West Germany Lanshut$ ..........................2 7......................@ University of North Dakota ..................8(ot) 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................2 3 ..............................Czech Nationals$................................9 8.........................Michigan State University..........................1 5.........................Michigan State University..........................6 0..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 8.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................4 6.........................University of Notre Dame ........................10 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 6 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 8...........................University of Michigan ............................4 4...........................University of Michigan ............................3 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth.........................6(ot) 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth.........................3(ot) 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy ....................7(ot) 4........................University of North Dakota .........................3 9........................University of North Dakota .........................2 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 8 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 3 .........................University of Michigan*# ..........................4 8 .........................University of Michigan*# ..........................9 ^exhibition game $Broadmoor International Tournament WCHA playoff game #@Sertich Ice Arena (Colorado Springs)

1975-76 DATE O 18 N7 N8 N 14 N 15 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D5 D6 D9 D 14 D 16 D 19 D 20 D 30 J2 J3 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F6 F7 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M5 M6 M 10 M 11

15-22-1 (15-16-1)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 6 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................6 7.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................9 5.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................7 7........................University of North Dakota .........................4 5........................University of North Dakota .........................4 6 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 2.......................... @ University of Denver...........................1 7 ............................University of Denver..............................3 2.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................9 2 ...........................@ St. Louis University ............................5 2 ...........................@ St. Louis University ............................6 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 3 ................................Kladno Czechs .................................9 6...........................University of Michigan ............................2 4...........................University of Michigan ............................1 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................7 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................3 4.........................Michigan State University..........................6 6.........................Michigan State University..........................4 5.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................4 1.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................3 4 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin.......................2(ot) 6 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................5 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 5 ............................University of Denver..............................3 4 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................7 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................5 ^exhibition game *WCHA playoff game


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1976-77

13-25-2 (11-20-1)

DATE CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP O 22 3 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................5 O 29 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 O 30 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 N5 3........................University of North Dakota ........................ 4 N6 5........................University of North Dakota .........................3 N 12 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 N 13 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 N 19 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 N 20 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 N 26 3 ..........................University of Minnesota.......................3(ot) N 27 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 D3 2.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................7 D4 2.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................6 D 10 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 D 11 4 ............................University of Denver .........................5(ot) D 20 3............................@ Brown University$.............................4 D 21 3...........................University of Vermont$............................5 D 22 8 .........................Rensselaer Polytechnic$ ..........................8 D 29 7...............................Moscow Spartak ..............................10 D 31 6.........................Michigan State University..........................4 J2 7.........................Michigan State University......................... 3 J7 4.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 J8 7.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 J 14 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth...........................6(ot) J 15 13 ............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 J 21 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 J 22 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 J 28 7.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 J 29 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 F4 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 F5 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech...........................6(ot) F 11 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................2 F 13 5........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 F 18 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 F 19 2......................@ University of North Dakota.....................11 F 25 7........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 F 26 8........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 M4 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................9 M5 9 ............................University of Denver..............................2 M9 1 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................3 M 10 1 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................3 ^exhibiton game $Brown Invitation Tournament *WCHA playoff game

1977-78 DATE O 21 O 28 O 29 N4 N5 N 11 N 12 N 18 N 19 N 25 N 26 D2 D3 D9 D 10 D 16 D 17 D 28 D 30 J6 J7 J 13 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 27 J 28 F2 F3 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18

18-22-1 (13-19)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 6 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................7 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................2 6.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................4 6 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................8 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 4 ............................University of Denver..............................6 6......................@ University of North Dakota.......................3 5......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 5...........................University of Michigan ............................2 3...........................University of Michigan ............................6 6........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................5 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................5 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................7 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................8 4.............................Harvard University$ ..............................6 7 ............................St. Louis University$ .............................4 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................9 9........................University of North Dakota .........................3 4........................University of North Dakota .........................9 8.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................4 4.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................7 8 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 5 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................3 4 ..........................University of Wisconsin......................5 (ot) 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 8 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................7 (ot) 9 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 3.........................@ University of Michigan ....................4 (ot) 5.........................@ University of Michigan..........................2

F 25 F 26 M3 M4 M 10 M 11 M 14 M 15 M 18 *

5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................8 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 2 ............................University of Denver..............................9 5 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................3 5 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................4 6..........................@ University of Denver*...........................3 3..........................@ University of Denver*...........................4 3 .............................@ Bowling Green# ..............................5 ^exhibition game $Broadmoor Holiday Tournament WCHA playoffs #NCAA wildcard playoff game

1978-79 DATE O 27 O 28 N2 N3 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D1 D2 D5 D 15 D 16 D 28 D 30 J5 J6 J 12 J 13 J 19 J 20 J 23 J 30 F2 F3 F6 F 10 F 11 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M2

12-24-2 (11-19-2)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 4.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................5 9.........................University of Notre Dame ....................9 (ot) 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................2 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 0......................@ University of North Dakota.....................10 5.................................Michigan Tech ............................5 (ot) 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................7 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 6 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................8 1........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................6 9.........................Michigan State University..........................2 10.......................Michigan State University..........................4 2 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................5 4 ................................Soviet Traktor^ .................................6 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................4 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................10 6.........................@ University of Michigan..........................5 4.........................@ University of Michigan..........................2 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................7 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 11 ..........................University of Denver..............................5 9 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 6.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................4 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................5 8..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................2 5........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................9 1 ........................University of North Dakota .........................3 1 ........................University of North Dakota .........................6 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 6 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................8 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................1

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1 ............................University of Denver..............................0 3 .....................@ University of North Dakota* ......................6 3 .....................@ University of North Dakota* ......................7 ^Broadmoor World Tournament *WCHA playoff game

1979-80

21-17-1 (16-13-1)

DATE CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP O 18 1 ............................U.S. National Team^ ...........................10 O 26 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................2 O 27 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 N2 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 N3 5 ............................University of Denver........................4 (ot) N9 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 N 10 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 N 16 6.................................Michigan Tech ............................5 (ot) N 17 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................8 N 30 7 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 D1 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 D7 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin ...................4 (ot) D8 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 D 11 7........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 D 14 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 D 15 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 D 18 7.........................Michigan State University ....................6 (ot) D 19 6.........................Michigan State University..........................1 D 21 10............................Harvard University ...............................4 J4 7 .............................Boston University$ .........................8 (ot) J5 3 .............................@ Yale University$...............................4 J 11 5.........................@ University of Michigan........................10 J 12 4........................@ University of Michigan ....................4 (ot) J 18 5.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................6 J 19 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................5 J 25 9........................University of North Dakota ...................8 (ot) J 26 3........................University of North Dakota .........................7 F1 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 F2 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 F5 3..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................2 F 15 7 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 F 16 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................11 F 22 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 F 23 7 ..........................University of Wisconsin......................6 (ot) F 29 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................2 M1 10 ..........................University of Denver..............................2 M7 4 .............................Minnesota Duluth*...............................3 M8 7 .............................Minnesota Duluth*...............................6 M 14 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................5 M 15 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................8 ^Exhibition game $Colonial Bank Holiday Tournament (New Haven, CT) *WCHA playoff game

EDDIE MIO The Colorado College All-America goaltender played for three NHL teams during his professional career.


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

1980-81 DATE O 24 O 25 O 31 N1 N7 N8 N 14 N 15 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D 12 D 13 D 27 D 29 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F6 F7 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M7 M8 M 14 M 15

1981-82 DATE O 11 O 30 O 31 N6 N7 N 13 N 14 N 18 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D1 D 11 D 12 J2 J3 J8 J9 J 12 J 15 J 16 J 20 J 22 J 23 J 26 J 27 J 29 J 30 F5 F6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M4 M5

1983-84

17-9-0 (12-16)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 5.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................4 2.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................6 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 3 ............................University of Denver..............................6 7........................University of North Dakota ...................8 (ot) 3........................University of North Dakota .........................5 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................2 6..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 8 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 8 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 5 ............................University of Denver..............................2 8............................Princeton University$.............................5 3 .............................Cornell University$...............................7 9 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................6 (ot) 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 5......................@ University of North Dakota.....................12 6......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 6...........................University of Michigan ............................4 2...........................University of Michigan ............................7 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin......................4 (ot) 4 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................3 5.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................2 5 ......................@ Michigan State University..................6 (ot) 4 ......................@ Michigan State University..................5 (ot) 2 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................8 11 .....................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................4 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................7 9 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................7 $First National Hockey Tournament, *WCHA playoff game

11-23-2 (6-16-1)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 0 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................6 5...............................U.S. International ..........................4 (ot) 3...............................U.S. International................................4 6 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 7 ..........................@ University of Denver......................7 (ot) 4........................University of North Dakota .........................5 3........................University of North Dakota .........................2 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 2 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................3 (ot) 4........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................2 5 ..........................@ University of Denver .........................11 8 ............................University of Denver........................9 (ot) 1.................................Yale University..................................8 4.................................Yale University..................................7 6 .......................Northern Arizona University ........................2 10 .....................Northern Arizona University ........................6 10........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................4 6........................University of North Dakota .........................2 3........................University of North Dakota .........................6 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 6 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7 6 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................9 4 ..........................Japan National Team^..........................10 4...........................China National Team^..........................10 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................8 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 5 ............................University of Denver........................5 (ot) 7 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 7 ..............................Minnesota Duluth...........................6(ot) 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................3 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................6 ^Exhibition game *WCHA playoff game

MARTY WAKELYN Colorado College’s all-time saves leader was under contract with the New York Islanders for four seasons.

1982-83

6-28-1 (2-24)

DATE CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP O 15 3 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................6 O 22 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 O 23 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 O 29 2 ..........................@ University of Denver.......................3(ot) O 30 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 N3 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 N5 1 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................9 N6 1 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 N 12 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................8 N 13 4 ........................University of North Dakota .........................3 N 26 3 ..........................University of Minnesota .........................12 N 27 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................9 D7 6...............................U.S. International................................4 D 11 4 .....................@ Northern Arizona University ......................9 D 12 6 .....................@ Northern Arizona University ......................0 D 29 5 .............................Colgate University$ ........................5 (ot) D 30 7............................Princeton University$ .......................6 (ot) J2 11 ..........................@ U.S. International..............................7 J3 3 ............................@ U.S. International..............................5 J7 5........................@ University of Minnesota .......................13 J8 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 J 14 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 J 15 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 J 19 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 J 21 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................8 J 22 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................1 J 28 3 ............................University of Denver..............................8 J 29 7 ............................University of Denver..............................8 J 31 4 ............................U.S. National Team^ ...........................12 F4 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 F5 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 F 11 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................9 F 12 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 F 18 3 ..........................@ University of Denver .........................11 F 19 4 ............................University of Denver............................10 F 25 2 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................3 F 26 2 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................5 ^Exhibition game $Broadmoor Classic *WCHA playoff game

104

9-25-1 (5-21)

DATE CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP O 11 5 ...........................University of Denver^ ............................2 O 21 0 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 O 22 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 O 28 5 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 O 29 5 ............................University of Denver..............................3 N4 2........................University of North Dakota .........................5 N5 2........................University of North Dakota .........................4 N 11 1....................... Northern Arizona University........................5 N 12 4 .......................Northern Arizona University ........................0 N 18 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 N 19 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................3 D2 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 D3 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 D9 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 D 10 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 D 22 6 ........................@ University of Wisconsin.....................5(ot) D 23 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................3 J2 9...............................U.S. International................................4 J5 3 .................@ University of Alaska-Anchorage$ ..................8 J6 10 ............................Japan University$ ...............................2 J7 3 ...............................Boston College$ ................................3 J 13 4 ..........................University of Minnesota.......................3(ot) J 14 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 J 20 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 J 21 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................8 J 27 9 ..........................@ University of Denver.......................8(ot) J 28 6 ............................University of Denver..............................8 F3 0 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 F4 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 F 10 0........................University of North Dakota .........................8 F 11 4........................University of North Dakota .........................7 F 17 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 F 18 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 F 25 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................3 F 26 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................4 ^exhibition $First Interstate Classic (Anchorage, AK) *WCHA playoffs

1984-85 DATE O 12 O 13 O 19 O 20 O 26 O 27 N9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 30 D1 D7 D8 D 14 D 15 D 28 D 29 J3 J4 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 J 25 J 26 F1 F2 F8 F9 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 M2 M3

17-21-0 (15-19)

CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 6......................University of New Hampshire .......................2 7......................University of New Hampshire .......................5 0 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 12 ..........................University of Denver..............................6 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 13......................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 6..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................3 4...........................@ Providence College ............................3 1...........................@ Providence College ..........................10 4 ..............................Boston University................................1 7 ..............................Boston University................................1 9...........................@ University of Lowell............................7 1...........................@ University of Lowell............................4 6....................@ Northern Michigan University...................10 4....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................9 5..............................@ Boston College ...............................7 5..............................@ Boston College ...............................7 3........................@ Northeastern University ...................2 (ot) 3........................@ Northeastern University .........................8 6 .............................University of Maine ..............................2 4 ............................University of Maine ..............................2 4........................University of North Dakota ...................3 (ot) 2........................University of North Dakota .........................5 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 5........................@ University of Minnesota ...................4 (ot) 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 9.................................Michigan Tech..................................4 7.................................Michigan Tech..................................4 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 5 ............................University of Denver........................6 (ot) 1 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................2 3 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................7 *WCHA playoff game


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1985-86

12-26-2 (11-21-2)

DATE CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP O 11 2 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................7 O 18 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................3 O 19 1....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................4 O 25 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 O 26 4 ............................University of Denver..............................6 N1 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 N2 7.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 N8 8........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................3 N9 5..........................U.S. Air Force Academy .....................6 (ot) N 15 3 .............................Providence College ..............................2 N 16 5 .............................Providence College ..............................7 N 22 0 ............................@ Boston University .............................5 N 23 3 ............................@ Boston University........................3 (ot) N 29 5 ..........................Northeastern University ...........................4 N 30 8 ..........................Northeastern University......................7 (ot) D6 6......................Northern Michigan University .......................3 D7 2......................Northern Michigan University .......................3 D 13 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 D 14 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................1 D 27 4...........................@ University of Maine ......................5 (ot) D 28 2...........................@ University of Maine ............................5 D 30 5 ..............................@ Yale University..........................6 (ot) J3 3....................@ University of New Hampshire.....................5 J4 4....................@ University of New Hampshire.....................2 J 10 2 ................................Boston College .................................8 J 11 3 ................................Boston College............................3 (ot) J 17 6 .............................University of Lowell ..............................2 J 18 10 ...........................University of Lowell ..............................6 J 24 5 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7 J 25 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 J 31 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 F1 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) F8 2 .........................University of Minnesota# ..........................5 F9 7 .........................University of Minnesota# ........................10 F 14 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 F 15 6......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 F 21 6 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 F 22 2 ............................University of Denver..............................4 F 28 4 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ......................10 M1 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................4 ^non-conference game #@AFA Cadet Ice Arena *WCHA playoffs

1986-87 DATE O 10 O 11 O 17 O 18 O 24 O 25 O 31 N1 N7 N8 N 14 N 15 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D5 D6 D 12 D 13 D 19 D 29 J2 J3 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31

17-24-1 (12-22-1)

CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................7 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 8....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................3 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................8 3 ..........................@ University of Denver......................3 (ot) 4 ............................University of Denver..............................1 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................5 (ot) 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin ...................3 (ot) 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin ...................3 (ot) 8..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................3 7........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................6 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................7 2......................@ University of North Dakota.....................11 10...............................Michigan Tech..................................1 2.................................Michigan Tech ............................3 (ot) 3........................University of North Dakota ...................4 (ot) 3........................University of North Dakota .........................2 3...........................@ University of Maine ............................5 4...........................@ University of Lowell............................6 2 ............................@ U.S. International..............................5 2 ..............................Boston University................................4 1...........................@ Providence College ............................2 3........................@ Northeastern University .........................4 7......................University of New Hampshire .......................2 7 ................................Boston College .................................9 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................7 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................7 (ot) 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 5 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................3 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................1 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4

F6 F7 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M6 M7

3........................@ University of Minnesota ...................4 (ot) 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................2 6......................Northern Michigan University .......................3 2 ............................University of Denver..............................6 10 ........................@ University of Denver ...........................2 4..........................@ University of Denver*...........................2 3..........................@ University of Denver*...........................2 2 .....................@ University of North Dakota* ......................6 2 .....................@ University of North Dakota* ......................1 *WCHA playoff game

1987-88 DATE O9 O 10 O 16 O 17 O 23 O 24 O 30 O 31 N6 N7 N 13 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 N 30 D4 D5 D 18 D 19 J2 J3 J8 J9 J 15 J 16 J 19 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F5 F6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27

4-33-1 (3-31-1)

CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 1 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................8 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 2 ............................University of Denver..............................4 2......................Northern Michigan University .......................5 1......................Northern Michigan University .......................4 3 ........................University of North Dakota ....................3(ot) 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 5..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .......................10 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................1 3....................@ University of New Hampshire.....................8 1 ............................@ Boston University .............................6 1............................ vs. Boston College^ .............................4 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth ...........................10 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................4 1....................@ Northern Michigan University...................10 9 .............................University of Lowell ..............................5 2 .............................University of Maine.........................3 (ot) 3 ..........................Northeastern University ...........................6 7 .............................Providence College ..............................3 4 ...........................Team USA Nationals$ ..........................12 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 8........................@ University of Minnesota ...................9 (ot) 2........................@ University of Minnesota .......................11 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................7 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 4 ............................University of Denver............................11 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 0 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................7 0 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................5 ^ played at Mathews Arena (Northeastern University) $Exhibition game *WCHA playoff game

1988-89 DATE O 14 O 15 O 21 O 22 O 28 O 29 N1 N4 N5 N 10 N 12 N 13 N 18 N 19 N 25 N 26 N 28 D2 D3 D7 D 16

11-26-3 (9-23-3)

CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................9 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) 5 ........................University of North Dakota ...................6 (ot) 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 6 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 6 .....................University Michigan-Dearborn.......................3 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 4 ............................University of Denver..............................7 0......................University of New Hampshire .......................5 1 ................................Boston College .................................2 6 ..............................Boston University ..........................6 (ot) 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin ...................3 (ot) 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................1 2 .........................University of Minnesota# ..........................5 1 .........................University of Minnesota# ..........................2 5........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................2 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................6 3....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................9 4 .............................Moscow Dynamo$...............................9 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................3

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D 17 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 D 29 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 D 30 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 J6 4...........................@ Providence College ......................4 (ot) J8 7........................@ Northeastern University .........................3 J 12 5...........................@ University of Lowell............................3 J 14 7...........................@ University of Maine ............................4 J 20 4.................................Michigan Tech ............................3 (ot) J 21 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 J 23 2.........................St. Cloud State University..........................5 J 27 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 J 28 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 F3 2......................Northern Michigan University .......................5 F4 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................0 F 10 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 F 11 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................4 (ot) F 17 2 ............................University of Denver..............................5 F 18 4 ..........................@ University of Denver......................5 (ot) F 24 4 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................5 F 25 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................7 #@ AFA Cadet Ice Arena $Exhibition game *WCHA playoff game

1989-90

18-20-2 (10-17-1)

DATE CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP O 13 5............................University of Windsor.............................3 O 14 4............................University of Windsor.............................2 O 20 6 ............................University of Denver..............................2 O 21 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 O 27 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................9 O 28 3 ........................... @ Minnesota Duluth.............................4 N3 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................0 N4 6......................Northern Michigan University .......................5 N 10 3........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy ...................3 (ot) N 11 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 N 17 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 N 18 2 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................3 (ot) N 24 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 N 25 1......................@ University of North Dakota .................1 (ot) D1 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 D2 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................7 D8 0 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 D9 6 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 D 16 5...........................Kent State University# ............................1 D 17 7...........................Kent State University# ............................3 D 30 7 ..........................@ Princeton University............................6 D 31 2 ..........................@ Princeton University............................3 J5 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 J6 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 J 12 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 J 13 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 J 19 2........................University of North Dakota .........................7 J 20 4........................University of North Dakota .........................5 J 26 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 J 27 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 F2 5 ..............................Alaska-Fairbanks................................2 F3 5 ..............................Alaska-Fairbanks................................3 F9 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 F 10 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................9 F 16 3....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................5 F 17 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................4 F 23 5 ..........................@ University of Denver......................4 (ot) F 24 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 M2 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................9 M3 2 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................9 # @ Sertich Ice Arena (Colorado Springs) *WCHA playoff game


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1990-91

13-26-1 (9-22-1)

DATE CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP O 12 5......................Northern Michigan University .......................7 O 13 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................8 O 19 2 ......................@ St. Cloud State University .......................6 O 20 2 ......................@ St. Cloud State University..................3 (ot) O 26 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................1 O 27 2 ............................University of Denver..............................5 N2 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 N3 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................7 N9 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 N 10 1......................@ University of North Dakota .................2 (ot) N 16 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 N 17 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................3 N 23 2...........................@ Colgate University# ............................3 N 24 3............................@ McGill University# .............................5 N 30 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................3 (ot) D1 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 D7 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 D8 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 D 14 4.............................Princeton University..............................2 D 15 4.............................Princeton University..............................3 D 29 6........................@ University of Minnesota .........................2 D 30 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 J4 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................6 J5 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................6 J 11 2........................University of North Dakota .........................3 J 12 6........................University of North Dakota .........................4 J 18 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 J 19 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 J 22 3..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 J 29 4........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................3 F1 3.........................St. Cloud State University..........................4 F2 3.........................St. Cloud State University..........................7 F8 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 F9 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 F 15 6 ............................University of Denver..............................4 F 16 5 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 F 22 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 F 23 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 M1 0 ...................@ Northern Michigan University* ....................7 M2 3 ...................@ Northern Michigan University* ....................6 #Yale Hockey Classic (New Haven, CT) *WCHA playoff game

1991-92

18-18-5 (14-14-4)

DATE O 18 O 19 O 25 O 26 N1 N3 N 15 N 16 N 22 N 23 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 10 D 20 D 21 J3 J4 J 10 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F1 F7 F8 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 F 29 M6 M7 M 13 M 14 M 15 M 20 M 21

CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP 8....................@ Northern Michigan University ...............8 (ot) 3....................@ Northern Michigan University...................12 4 ..................... @ University of North Dakota ......................5 5......................@ University of North Dakota .................4 (ot) 6 ............................University of Denver..............................3 0 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................2 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................3 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................4 (ot) 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................5 (ot) 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 4 .............................Northern Michigan...............................8 5 .............................Northern Michigan .........................4 (ot) 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 4 .............................Air Force Academy ..............................1 2...........................@ Alaska-Anchorage$............................4 3 ..........................Ferris State University$.......................3(ot) 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................8 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ..........................3(ot) 4 ...........................@ Air Force Academy ............................2 5 ........................University of North Dakota .........................2 6 ........................University of North Dakota .........................1 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................6 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................8 8 ................................St. Cloud State .................................5 5 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 4 ................................Michigan Tech! .................................5 9 ................................Michigan Tech! .................................5 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 6 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................1 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................1 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................1 3 ..........................@ University of Denver......................3 (ot) 5 ............................University of Denver..............................2 7 .............................Minnesota Duluth* .......................6 (3ot) 3 .............................Minnesota Duluth* .........................4 (ot) 4 .............................Minnesota Duluth* .......................3 (3ot) 1 ........................University of Minnesota*# .........................5 3 ........................University of Wisconsin*&..........................5 $Jeep/Nissan Classic (Anchorage, AK) *WCHA playoff game, #WCHA semifinal (St. Paul, MN) &WCHA third-place game (St. Paul, MN) !Home games played at Cadet Ice Arena, AFA

GORD WHITAKER (1983-87) Among very few Americans to play in the Russian Elite League.

ROB DOYLE Defenseman All-America 1987

TIM BUDY 1988-89 WCHA Student Athlete of the Year

CHRIS HYNNES Defenseman All-America 1992

SHAWN REID Defenseman All-America 1994

KENT FEARNS Defenseman All-America 1995

COLIN SCHMIDT Forward 1992-96 103 Career Assists

PETER GERONAZZO Forward All-America 1996

JUDD LAMBERT Owns team record for most saves in a playoff game, making 60 in a 1-0 quadruple overtime victory vs. Wisconsin in 1997 106


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1993-94

BRIAN SWANSON All-America 1998 & 1999/two-time Hobey Baker finalist

1992-93 DATE O 23 O 24 O 30 O 31 N6 N7 N 11 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 11 D 12 D 19 D 20 J8 J9 J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F5 F6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 23 M5 M6 M 12 M 13

8-28-0 (6-26)

CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................4 1 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 3....................................Minnesota.....................................4 7....................................Minnesota ...............................6 (ot) 8 ......................................Denver .......................................4 3....................................@ Denver .....................................6 12...................................Air Force......................................3 0..................................@ Wisconsin...................................1 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................3 4 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................5 2 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................3 2 ................................St. Cloud State .................................5 5 ................................St. Cloud State .................................9 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................4 (ot) 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................9 5 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................8 1 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................3 7 ................................ Michigan Tech .................................8 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 7 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................5 2 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................5 6 .................................North Dakota...................................4 4 .................................North Dakota...................................5 4 .............................Northern Michigan...............................3 3 .............................Northern Michigan.............................12 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................2 3 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................6 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................9 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................8 1....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 5....................................Wisconsin ...............................6 (ot) 6 ..................................@ Air Force....................................2 2 ......................................Denver .......................................4 2....................................@ Denver .....................................8 3.................................@ Wisconsin* ..................................6 3.................................@ Wisconsin* ................................10 *WCHA playoffs

23-11-5 (18-19-5)

DATE CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP O 22 7....................................Minnesota.....................................3 O 23 4....................................Minnesota.....................................2 O 29 3..............................Alaska-Anchorage...............................2 O 30 9..............................Alaska-Anchorage...............................6 N5 3.................................Michigan Tech ............................3 (ot) N6 1.................................Michigan Tech ............................1 (ot) N 12 9 ..................................@ Air Force....................................1 N 13 5.....................................Air Force......................................1 N 19 3 ................................. @ Wisconsin ..................................6 N 20 2..................................@ Wisconsin...................................4 N 26 5 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................3 N 27 5 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................2 D4 6 ...............................St. Cloud State$ ................................4 D5 2 ...............................St. Cloud State$ ................................1 D 10 3 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................4 D 11 0........................... @ Northern Michigan............................4 D 29 3 ..............................Miami University# ...............................1 D 30 4...................................Kent State#....................................3 J7 6 ......................................Denver .......................................5 J8 4....................................@ Denver .....................................5 J 14 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 J 15 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................9 J 21 11 ...........................Northern Michigan...............................9 J 22 1 ............................. Northern Michigan ..............................8 J 28 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 J 29 4..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 F4 3............................@ Alaska-Anchorage.............................6 F5 5............................@ Alaska-Anchorage .......................4 (ot) F 11 8....................................Wisconsin.....................................3 F 12 2....................................Wisconsin.....................................5 F 18 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1 F 19 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State .........................4 (ot) F 25 5 .................................North Dakota...................................1 F 26 5 .................................North Dakota.............................5 (ot) M4 4....................................@ Denver ...............................3 (ot) M5 5 ....................................Denver .................................5 (ot) M 11 2................................Michigan Tech* .................................3 M 12 3................................Michigan Tech* .................................0 M 13 2................................Michigan Tech* ...........................3 (ot) $@ AFA Cadet Ice Arena #@Cleveland Classic *WCHA playoffs

1994-95 DATE O 21 O 22 O 29 O 30 N5 N6 N 11 N 13 N 18 N 19 N 25 N 26 D2 D3 D9 D 10 D 16 D 17 D 30 D 31 J6 J7 J 13 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 27 J 28 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18

30-12-1 (22-9-1)

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 7 ..................................@ Michigan ...................................3 4 ..................................@ Michigan ...................................5 8 .................................North Dakota...................................2 6 .................................North Dakota...................................0 8 ..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................4 2 ..............................Alaska Anchorage .........................1 (ot) 5....................................@ Denver .....................................6 7 ......................................Denver .......................................3 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 4 ..................................@ Air Force ...................................2 10 ................................@ Air Force....................................1 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech................................1 9 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................3 8 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................2 3 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................6 1....................................Minnesota.....................................3 9....................................Minnesota.....................................2 3 ............................@ Alaska Fairbanks..............................2 4 ............................@ Alaska Fairbanks........................3 (ot) 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 5..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................8 4 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................3 4 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................7 6 ................................St. Cloud State .................................1 6 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................2 5............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................6 (ot) 5 .............................Northern Michigan...............................3 4 .............................Northern Michigan...............................1 3 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................5 3 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................2

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4.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 5 ......................................Denver .................................5 (ot) 3....................................@ Denver .....................................7 11 ...........................Alaska Anchorage* ..............................3 5 .............................Alaska Anchorage* ..............................2 5..................................Minnesota*# .............................4 (ot) 3..................................Wisconsin*& .............................4 (ot) 2...................................Minnesota$....................................5 Home games played at Cadet Ice Arena, AFA, *WCHA playoffs, #WCHA semifinal, &WCHA championship, $NCAA quarterfinal

1995-96

33-5-4 (26-2-4)

DATE O 13 O 14 O 21 O 22 O 27 O 28 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D5 D8 D9 D 15 D 16 D 27 D 28 J5 J6 J 12 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 26 J 27 F2 F3 F9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 24 F 25 M1 M2 M8 M9 M 24 M 28 M 30

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 8....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 6....................................Wisconsin.....................................2 3....................................Minnesota ...............................3 (ot) 7....................................Minnesota.....................................5 7...........................@ Northern Michigan............................1 10 .........................@ Northern Michigan ............................1 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................3 (ot) 10 ...........................Northern Michigan...............................2 5 .............................Northern Michigan...............................1 9 .................................North Dakota...................................5 6 .................................North Dakota...................................3 4 ..................................@ Air Force....................................2 4..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 2..................................@ Wisconsin...................................1 5 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................1 11 ...........................Cornell University^ ..............................0 2 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................3 6 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................0 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 7 ............................University of Denver..............................4 8.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 7............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................2 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................4 (ot) 5 ............................University of Denver..............................4 6 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................0 2 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................3 4 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................2 7..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................2 4..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................1 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................4 9 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1 4.............................Northern Michigan* ..............................3 6.............................Northern Michigan* ..............................1 3...............................Michigan Tech*# ................................4 6..................................Wisconsin*& ...................................4 5 ...............................UMass.-Lowell$ ................................3 4 ..........................University of Vermont+....................3 (2ot) 2 ..........................University of Michigan!......................3 (ot) Home games played at Cadet Ice Arena, AFA ^Denver Cup Tournament (mcNichols Arena) *WCHA playoffs, #WCHA semifinal &WCHA third-place game, $NCAA quarterfinal, +NCAA seminfinal !NCAA championship game

1996-97 DATE O 11 O 18 O 19 O 25 O 26 N1 N2 N8 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 14

25-15-4 (17-11-4)

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 3...........................University of Calgary^ ............................5 2 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................5 2 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 2 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................3 5 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................2 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................6 6 ................................St. Cloud State .................................3 6....................................@ Denver .....................................2 3 ......................................Denver .......................................2 7....................................Wisconsin.....................................3 5....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 4..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................2 4..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................7 5 ...............................@ North Dakota...........................5 (ot) 3 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................7 7 .............................Northern Michigan...............................2


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T D 15 D 27 D 28 D 31 J7 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 25 J 26 F1 F2 F7 F8 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 M1 M7 M8 M 13 M 14 M 15 M 21 M 22 M 27

7 .............................Northern Michigan...............................3 6...................................&&Vermont ....................................0 3 .............................&&New Hampshire ..............................4 2..............................@ Michigan State ...............................6 3 ..................................@ Air Force..............................2 (ot) 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech...........................4(ot) 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 0 .................................North Dakota...................................3 8 .................................North Dakota...................................3 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................5 2..................................@ Wisconsin...................................5 6..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 4 ......................................Denver .......................................3 1....................................@ Denver .....................................6 3....................................Minnesota ................................3(ot) 0....................................Minnesota.....................................3 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................0 1............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................1 9................................... Wisconsin*....................................3 1 ...................................Wisconsin* ............................0 (4ot) 5 .....................................Denver* ......................................2 1 ................................North Dakota#..................................5 6 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................0 3 ..............................New Hampshire** ...............................2 5 ..................................Clarkson**$....................................4 2...............................North Dakota**+ ................................6 Home games played at Cadet Ice Arena, AFA ^exhibition, &&@Badger Hockey Showdown *WCHA playoffs, #WCHA semifinal, &WCHA third-place game, **NCAA playoffs, $NCAA quarterfinal, +NCAA semifinal

1997-98 DATE O 17 O 24 O 25 O 31 N1 N7 N8 N 15 N 16 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D7 D8 D 12 D 13 D 27 D 28 J6 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F6 F7 F 20 F 21

26-13-3 (16-10-2)

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 3 ..........................University of Calgary^! ...........................1 12 .............................St. Lawrence&& ................................3 6 ....................................Maine&&................................6 (ot) 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ............................3 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 3 .................................North Dakota! ..................................3 2 .................................North Dakota! ..................................4 6................................St. Cloud State! ...........................7 (ot) 1................................St. Cloud State!................................ 3 5 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 4 .................................@ Minnesota.............................3 (ot) 3 .............................Alaska Anchorage!...............................1 3 .............................Alaska Anchorage!...............................2 9 .....................................Denver!.......................................1 0 .................................@ Denver^^ ..................................6 3 ..............................@ Mankato State ...............................1 5 ..............................@ Mankato State ...............................1 3 .............................New Hampshire$$...............................5 6 ....................................Denver$$ .....................................1 2 ..................................@ Air Force....................................1 1 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................4 1 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................6 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................1 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................3 (ot) 5.................................Wisconsin### ............................6 (ot) 0....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 6 ......................................Denver .................................6 (ot) 2 ................................. @ Denver## ..................................4 7 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................4 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1

F 24 F 27 F 28 M6 M7 M 13 M 14 M 20 M 21 M 28 M 29

6.....................................Air Force......................................2 4....................................Minnesota.....................................3 9....................................Minnesota.....................................6 9.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 3 .....................................Denver*.................................2 (ot) 6 .....................................Denver* ......................................4 2...................................Wisconsin#....................................5 6 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................1 3 ...................................Clarkson**.....................................1 1..............................Boston College**$...............................6 ^Exhibition, ^^at Denver Coliseum, &&@ J.C. Penney Classic $$@Norwest Denver Cup, *WCHA playoffs ##@McNichols Arena, #WCHA semifinal, &WCHA third-place game, **NCAA playoffs, $NCAA quarterfinal !Home games played at Cadet Ice Arena, AFA ###First game played at Colorado Springs World Arena

1998-99 DATE O 16 O 23 O 24 O 30 O 31 N6 N7 N 13 N 14 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 11 D 12 D 27 D 28 J2 J3 J8 J9 J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 F5 F6 F 11 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M5 M6 M 12 M 13 M 19 M 20 M27 M 28

29-12-1 (20-8)

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 6...........................University of Calgary^ ............................5 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 8..............................Alaska-Anchorage...............................2 4..............................Alaska-Anchorage...............................1 7 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 6 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 6 ......................................Denver .......................................4 0 ..................................@ Denver% ...................................6 5 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................4 4 ...............................@ North Dakota...........................5 (ot) 8.....................................Air Force......................................2 4...............................UMass.-Amherst ................................2 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................5 4 ................................St. Cloud State .................................3 6 ................................Mankato State..................................4 7 ................................Mankato State..................................3 3 ...............................Boston College# ................................5 9 .............................Lake Superior St.#...............................2 1 ...............................New Hampshire.................................4 3.......................................Maine ..................................3 (ot) 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................0 0 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1 4 .................................North Dakota...................................5 1 .................................North Dakota...................................5 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 5....................................Minnesota.....................................1 3....................................Minnesota.....................................1 4..................................@ Wisconsin...................................5 3..................................@ Wisconsin...................................0 5 ......................................Denver .......................................2 3..............................@ Denver (@AFA) .........................4 (ot) 1............................@ Alaska-Anchorage.............................0 2............................@ Alaska-Anchorage.............................1 4 ..............................Minnesota-Duluth ...............................3 3 ..............................Minnesota-Duluth ...............................2 3 .............................Minnesota-Duluth& ..............................1 5 .............................Minnesota-Duluth& ........................4 (ot) 2....................................Denver&& ...............................3 (ot) 7..................................Minnesota&*...................................4 5 ................................St. Lawrence** .................................2 3..............................Michigan State**$...............................4 ^exhibition, %@McNichols Arena #Norwest Denver Cup (@McNichols Arena) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round), &&WCHA Final Five (Semifinals) &*WCHA Final Five (Third Place) **NCAA West Regional, $NCAA quarterfinal

The Tigers began playing at The Broadmoor World Arena in midJanuary 1998. All CC home games in 1994-95, 1995-96 and 1996-97, as well as those through December of the 1997-98 season, were played at the Air Force Academy’s Cadet Ice Arena.

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MARK CULLEN Two-time All-American set a school record, since broken, by collecting at least one point in 26 consecutive games

1999-00 DATE O9 O 16 O 22 O 23 O 29 O 30 N5 N6 N 12 N 13 N 19 N 20 N 26 N 27 D3 D4 D 10 D 11 D 31 J1 J7 J8 J14 J15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M3 M4 M 10 M 11

18-18-3 (14-11-3)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 4 ...............................Michigan State*.................................1 5................................Wilfrid Laurier$ .................................2 6......................................Colgate.......................................3 0......................................Colgate.......................................3 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 3....................................Minnesota.....................................0 1....................................Minnesota.....................................2 9.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 4 ......................................Denver .......................................2 4....................................@ Denver .....................................1 4.................................@ Providence ..................................5 1 ............................@ Boston University .............................5 3....................................Wisconsin ...............................4 (ot) 1....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 6 ..............................@ MSU, Mankato ...............................5 2..............................@ MSU, Mankato................................3 3......................................Maine#.......................................4 5 .................................Notre Dame# ..................................2 1 ...............................@ North Dakota............................1(ot) 0 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................4 0 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 2....................................@ Denver .....................................0 6 ......................................Denver .......................................4 10 .................................. Air Force .....................................0 1 .....................................Niagara.......................................3 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage ........................2(ot) 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................0 2 .................................@ Minnesota...................................6 5 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 3 ................................MSU, Mankato..................................4 1 ................................MSU, Manakto..................................3 2 ................................St. Cloud State.............................2(ot) 4 ................................St. Cloud State............................3 (ot) 5..................................@ Wisconsin...................................4 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 2 ..................................Minnesota&....................................4 2 ..................................Minnesota&..............................3 (ot) *U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (Faceoff Classic) $Exhibition #Norwest Denver Cup (@DU’s Magness Arena) & WCHA Playoffs (First Round)


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

2000-01

RYAN BACH Goaltender All-America 1995 & 1996

CALVIN ELFRING Defenseman All-America 1998

BRIAN SWANSON Center All-America 1998 & 1999

SCOTT SWANSON Defenseman All-America 1999

MARK CULLEN Center All-America 2001 & 2002

NOAH CLARKE Forward All-America 2003

PETER SEJNA Left Wing All-America 2003

CURTIS McELHINNEY Goalie All-America 2003 & 2005

DATE O6 O 13 O 14 O 27 O 28 N3 N4 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D1 D2 D8 D9 D 29 D 30 J5 J6 J12 J13 J 19 J 26 J 27 F2 F3 F10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M2 M3 M9 M 10 M 15 M 16 M17 M 23 M 24

27-13-1 (17-11)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 5 ...........................University of Calgary$ ............................2 6 ................................MSU, Mankato..................................2 6.................................MSU Mankato ..................................5 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................6 2 ................................St. Cloud State............................3 (ot) 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 4..................................@ Wisconsin .............................3 (ot) 1 ...................................Providence................................1(ot) 5 ..............................Boston University................................3 4.....................................Air Force......................................1 2 .................................Bemidji State...................................1 6 .................................North Dakota...................................4 3 .................................North Dakota.............................4 (ot) 5 .....................................Harvard.......................................3 3 .....................................Harvard.......................................0 4....................................@ Denver .....................................1 5 ......................................Denver .......................................1 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 6 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 4....................................@ Denver .....................................1 5 ..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................1 4 ............................. Alaska Anchorage...............................2 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................7 2 ......................................Denver .......................................3 1 .................................@ Minnesota...................................6 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................4 5....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 3....................................Wisconsin.....................................5 2 ..............................@ MSU, Mankato ...............................3 7 ..............................@ MSU, Mankato ...............................0 3 ...............................MSU, Mankato& ................................0 7 ...............................MSU, Mankato& ................................3 4 .................................Wisconsin&&...................................3 1 ................................North Dakota&..................................2 5 .................................Minnesota&& ..................................4 3 ................................St. Lawrence**..........................2 (2ot) 1 ................................North Dakota$..................................4 $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five (st. Paul, MN) &*WCHA Final Five (Third Place) **NCAA East Regional (Wooster, Mass.) $NCAA quarterfinal

2001-02 DATE O6 O 12 O 13 O 19 O 20 N2 N3 N9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 30 D1 D7 D8 D 27 D 28 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 J 25

27-13-3 (16-10-2)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 1 ...........................University of Alberta$.............................0 2 ...............................@ North Dakota ...............................6 0 ...............................@ North Dakota ...............................2 3 ...............................UMass-Amherst ................................0 7 ...............................UMass-Amherst ................................1 2 ......................................Denver .................................3 (ot) 2....................................@ Denver .....................................3 1 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................6 4 .............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 6.....................................Clarkson......................................1 3.....................................Clarkson ......................................0 7 ..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................1 4 ............................ Alaska Anchorage...............................2 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) 3 .............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 0 ................................St. Cloud State .................................3 5 ................................St. Cloud State .................................1 2 ..............................New Hampshire#................................6 3...................................Wisconsin# ..............................3 (ot) 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................1 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 2................................ MSU, Mankato .................................0 1 ................................MSU, Mankato..................................2 6 .................................North Dakota ..................................5 3 .................................North Dakota...................................1 8.....................................Air Force......................................1

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4 .....................................Niagara.......................................0 3....................................@ Denver .....................................2 4 ......................................Denver .......................................2 5....................................Wisconsin ...............................5 (ot) 6....................................Wisconsin.....................................0 6 .................................@ Minnesota...................................5 3 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................7 1............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................2 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................3 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 8.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 6.............................Alaska Anchorage& ..............................1 1 ............................ Alaska Anchorage& .............................0 3 .................................Wisconsin&&.............................2 (ot) 0....................................Denver&& .....................................3 2 ..............................St. Cloud State&*................................1 2...............................Michigan State**................................0 2 .................................Minnesota**$ ..................................4 $Exhibition #Bank One/Badger Showdown (Milwaukee , WI) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, MN) &*WCHA Final Five (Third Place) **NCAA West Regional (Ann Arbor, MI) $NCAA quarterfinal

2002-03 DATE O 11 O 12 O 18 O 19 O 25 O 26 N1 N3 N8 N9 N 15 N 16 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 13 D 14 D 20 D 21 J3 J4 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F1 F7 F8 F 14 F 15 F 22 F 28 M1 M6 M7 M 14 M 15 M 21 M 22 M 29 M 30

30-7-5 (19-4-5)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 6.................................UMass-Lowell ..................................4 1.................................UMass-Lowell ..................................4 2......................................Maine# ......................................0 5 .......................................Iona# ........................................0 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................4 (ot) 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 9.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 4..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................1 5..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................2 7 .................................@ Minnesota...................................3 2 .................................@ Minnesota.............................2 (ot) 7 ..................................@ Air Force....................................0 10.................................Mercyhurst ....................................2 4....................................@ Denver .....................................3 6 ......................................Denver .......................................2 6 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................3 2 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................4 8..............................Western Michigan ...............................4 3..............................Western Michigan ...............................1 4 ...............................@ North Dakota.......................... 4 (ot) 4 ...............................@ North Dakota.......................... 4 (ot) 3...............................@Michigan Tech ..........................3 (ot) 3...............................@Michigan Tech ................................1 4 ...................................Wisconsin.................................... 2 5 ...................................Wisconsin.....................................0 5 .................................North Dakota ..................................3 4 .................................North Dakota.................................. 1 6....................................Minnesota.....................................2 2....................................Minnesota.....................................3 2 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................4 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 5.........................US National U-18 Team$ ..........................2 8 ...............................Minnesota State ................................1 6 ...............................Minnesota State ................................9 2 ......................................Denver .......................................0 4....................................@ Denver .....................................2 5.............................Alaska Anchorage& ..............................3 4.............................Alaska Anchorage& ..............................1 4 ............................Minnesota Duluth&& .......................3 (ot) 2..................................Minnesota&*...................................4 4 ................................Wayne State**..................................2 3 ..................................Michigan**$ ...................................5 $Exhibition #Nye Frontier Classic (Anchorage) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five semifinals &*WCHA Final Five championship **NCAA West Regional (Ann Arbor, MI) $NCAA quarterfinal


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T F 28 M4 M5 M 12 M 13 M 18

5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 1 ......................................Denver .......................................3 2....................................@ Denver .....................................3 4...................................@ Denver&....................................3 6...................................@ Denver&....................................1 1 .............................Alaska Anchorage* ..............................4 $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) *WCHA Final Five Play-in Game (St. Paul, MN)

2004-05 DATE O8 O 15 O 16 O 22 O 23 N5 N6 N 12 N 13 N 19 N 20 N 26 N 27 D3 D4 D 10 D 11 D 17 D 18 D 29

31-9-3 (19-7-2)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 6...........................University of Windsor$............................1 4 .................................Union College ..................................2 4 .................................Union College ..................................2 4 ...........................@ Air Force Academy ............................1 7............................Quinnipiac University .............................2 3 ...............................@ North Dakota...........................2 (ot) 1 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................2 3 ......................................Denver .......................................1 3 ...................................@ Denver .....................................6 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 3 ................................Massachusetts .................................1 7 ............................. Boston University ...............................3 3....................................Minnesota.....................................1 2 ..................................Minnesota.....................................7 6............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................1 7............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................2 8 ...............................Minnesota State ................................5 4 ...............................Minnesota State ................................3 4 ..............................Miami University# ...............................1

D 30 J8 J9 J 14 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 M3 M4 M 11 M 12 M 18 M 19 M 25 M 26 A7

2 ................................@ Ohio State#............................2 (ot) 3................................. @ Minnesota ............................2 (ot) 5 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................3 2 .................................North Dakota ..................................1 1 .................................North Dakota...................................0 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................3 (ot) 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 7 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................1 2 .............................@ Minnesota State ........................2 (ot) 3 ................................St. Cloud State............................4 (ot) 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................0 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................5 2..................................@ Wisconsin...................................1 3 ......................................Denver .......................................0 0....................................@ Denver .....................................5 8 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................2 4 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................2 3 .................................Minnesota&& ..................................0 0 ....................................Denver&* .....................................1 6 ....................................Colgate** .....................................5 4 ..................................Michigan**$ ...................................3 2...................................Denver**$$....................................6 $Exhibition #Ohio Hockey Classic (Nationwide Arena) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, MN) &*WCHA Final Five Championship) **NCAA Midwest Regional (Grand Rapids, MI) **$NCAA quarterfinal (Grand Rapids, MI) **$$NCAA semifinal (Schottenstein Arena-Columbus, OH)

TOM PREISSING Scored 23 goals in 2002-03, a CC single-season record for a defenseman, and went on to reach the Stanley Cup Finals with the Ottawa Senators in 2007

2003-04 DATE O 10 O 11 O 17 O 18 O 24 O 25 O 31 N1 N7 N8 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D5 D6 D 12 D 13 J2 J3 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F6 F7 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27

20-16-3 (11-15-2)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 3 ....................University of British Columbia $ .....................0 7 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ...........................1 6...............................Alaska Fairbanks................................2 8...............................Alaska Fairbanks................................3 3...................................@ Clarkson....................................2 4...................................@ Clarkson..............................4 (ot) 3 ...............................Minnesota State ................................0 3 ...............................Minnesota State ................................1 2 ......................................Denver .......................................5 4....................................@ Denver .....................................1 2..................................@ Wisconsin .............................2 (ot) 2..................................@ Wisconsin .............................2 (ot) 4.....................................Air Force......................................2 4 ......................................Findlay .......................................0 0 ................................St. Cloud State .................................2 6 ................................St. Cloud State .................................1 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................5 1............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................3 7..................................Wayne State ...................................1 2..................................St. Lawrence...................................1 1....................................Minnesota.....................................2 0....................................Minnesota.....................................3 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 2 ...................................Wisconsin.....................................4 3 ...................................Wisconsin.....................................1 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech................................0 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech................................5 3..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................2 4..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................3 2 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................5 4 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................1 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 7 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1

Mark Stuart, shown here delivering a crushing hit against a University of Michigan player in CC’s 4-3 victory over the Wolverines at the 2005 NCAA Midwest Regional, was one of 11 former Tigers to play in the National Hockey League in 2010-11. Now with Winnipeg, Stuart was a first-round draft choice of the Boston Bruins in 2003.

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T

2005-06 DATE O7 O8 O9 O 14 O 15 O 21 O 22 O 28 O 29 N4 N5 N 11 N 12 N 18 N 19 N 25 N 26 D2 D3 D9 D 10 D 16 D 17 D 29 D 30 J 13 J 14 J 20 J 21 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18 F 24 F 25 M2 M3 M 10 M 11 M 12 M 25

2006-07 DATE O1 O6 O7 O 13 O 14 O 20 O 21 O 27 O 28 N3 N4 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D1 D2 D8 D9 D 29 D 30 J5 J6 J 12 J 13 J 20

24-16-2 (15-11-2)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 6 ................................Union College# .................................1 3 ............................University of Maine#........................2 (ot) 5 ...........................Lakehead University$ ......................5 (ot) 2 ...................................Ohio State.....................................4 1 ...................................Ohio State.....................................0 3 ..................................Notre Dame ...................................1 6.....................................Air Force......................................3 5 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................0 7 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................3 4 ................................St. Cloud State .................................2 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................2 2..................................@ Wisconsin .............................2 (ot) 0 ................................@ Wisconsin...................................3 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 3..............................@ Massachusetts ...............................4 6 ............................@ Boston University........................5 (ot) 2 ......................................Denver .......................................4 1 ....................................@Denver .....................................5 7 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 5............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................4 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage ........................1(ot) 6 ...................................Michigan+ ....................................1 6...............................Michigan State+ ................................3 2....................................Wisconsin.....................................3 1....................................Wisconsin.....................................9 2 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................4 2 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................3 2 .................................North Dakota...................................4 3 .................................North Dakota...................................2 6 .............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 1 .............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 6..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................2 3 ............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................1 5 ...........................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................0 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 4 ......................................Denver .................................5 (ot) 3....................................@ Denver ...............................3 (ot) 1 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................2 3 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................2 1 ...............................St. Cloud State& ................................3 2 .............................Cornell University** ..............................3 $Exhibition #IceBreaker Invitational (CSWA) +Great Lakes Invitational (Detroit) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) **NCAA Midwest Regional (Green Bay, WI)

18-17-4 (13-12-3)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 2 ...........................University of Calgary$ ............................4 2.....................................Air Force......................................1 8 .............................Alabama-Huntsville ..............................1 2 .............................Nebraska-Omaha#..........................2(ot) 5 ..................................Merrimack# ...................................0 3 ...............................New Hampshire.................................4 2 ...............................New Hampshire.................................7 0 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................2 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................7 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 5 ...............................Minnesota State ................................2 7 ...............................Minnesota State ................................2 4 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................2 2 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................5 5 ......................................Denver .......................................1 3....................................@ Denver.................................... 2 4..............................Alaska Anchorage .........................5 (ot) 4..............................Alaska Anchorage .........................3 (ot) 2 .................................Bemidji State...................................3 5 .................................Bemidji State...................................3 1 .................................North Dakota...................................0 1 .................................North Dakota...................................2 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 5 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ............................1

The Tigers have hoisted the MacNaughton Cup, as WCHA regular-season champions, six times since 1993-94 after finishing first in the league standings in 2007-08. CC also went 1-0-3 in four meetings with arch-rival Denver that campaign to claim possession of the Gold Pan for the 10th time. J 26 J 27 F2 F3 F9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F2 M2 M3 M9 M 10 M 11

2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech...........................2(ot) 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 2....................................Wisconsin ...............................1 (ot) 4....................................Wisconsin.....................................2 1 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 2..............................@ St. Cloud State .........................2(ot) 2....................................Minnesota.....................................3 2....................................Minnesota.....................................3 2 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................3 4 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................6 3....................................@ Denver.....................................0 5 ......................................Denver...................................5(ot) 1 ...............................Michigan Tech&...........................2 (ot) 2 ...............................Michigan Tech&.................................0 0 ...............................Michigan Tech&.................................1 #Nye Frontier Classic (Anchorage, AK) $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round)

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28-11-1 (21-6-1)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 4 ...........................University of Calgary$ ............................3 6 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ............................3 3....................................Minnesota.....................................1 2....................................Minnesota ...............................1 (ot) 3 .............................@ New Hampshire ..............................5 2 .............................@ New Hampshire ..............................4 2 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................6 4 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................1 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................0 4....................................Wisconsin.....................................3 6....................................Wisconsin.....................................1 5 ......................................Denver .......................................1 2....................................@ Denver .....................................3 1............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................0 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................1 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1 2 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................4 3 ..................................Rensselaer# ...................................2 4 ...............................Massachusetts#...........................5 (ot) 2..................................@ Wisconsin...................................0

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3..................................@ Wisconsin...................................1 6..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................1 5..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................2 5 ................................Bemidji State...................................4 2.....................................Air Force......................................1 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 5.....................................Clarkson ......................................2 6.....................................Clarkson ......................................1 5 ................................St. Cloud State .................................3 2 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................0 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................0 5 ...............................Minnesota State ................................2 2 ...............................Minnesota State...........................3 (ot) 5....................................@ Denver .....................................2 3......................................Denver........................................1 4.............................Alaska Anchorage& ..............................1 3.............................Alaska Anchorage& ........................2 (ot) 1 .................................Minnesota&&.............................2 (ot) 2 ...............................North Dakota&& ................................4 1...............................Michigan State**................................3 $Exhibition #Lightning College Hockey Classic (Tampa, FL) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) && WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, MN) **NCAA West Regional (CSWA)

2008-09 DATE O6 O 10 O 11 O 17 O 18 O 24 O 25 O 31 N2 N7 N8 N 14

16-12-10 (12-9-7)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 5 ...........................University of Alberta$.............................2 1 .............................Alabama-Huntsville ..............................0 5 .............................Alabama-Huntsville ..............................1 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 1 ...........................@ Clarkson University .......................1(ot) 2 ...........................@ Clarkson University .......................2(ot) 2....................................@ Denver ................................2(ot) 3 ......................................Denver .......................................2 1 .................................North Dakota...................................3 7 .................................North Dakota...................................4 1 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................2


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4 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................3 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................4 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................3 (ot) 1 ..................................@ Air Force....................................4 3......................................Colgate.......................................2 1 ..............................Minnesota Duluth...........................1(ot) 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................7 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................4 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................0 2..................................Sacred Heart ..............................2(ot) 7..................................Sacred Heart...................................0 5 ...............................Minnesota State ................................2 1 ...............................Minnesota State ................................3 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................6 4..................................@ Wisconsin...................................3 4 ................................St. Cloud State.............................4(ot) 1 ................................St. Cloud State .................................6 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech...........................2(ot) 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 3 ......................................Denver...................................3(ot) 2 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ............................3 4....................................Minnesota.....................................3 5....................................Minnesota.....................................3 4 ...............................@ North Dakota............................4(ot) 3 ...............................@ North Dakota...........................4 (ot) 1....................................@ Denver ................................1(ot) 1 .............................Minnesota Duluth& ..............................4 1 .............................Minnesota Duluth& ..............................3 $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round)

2009-10 DATE O3 O9 O 10 O 16 O 17 O 23 O 24 N6 N7 N 13 N 14 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 11 D12 D 29 D 30 J8 J9 J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F5 F6 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M5 M6 M 12 M 13 M 14

19-17-3 (12-13-3)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 4 ...........................University of Calgary$ ............................2 4..................................Northeastern ..................................2 3..................................Northeastern ..................................4 3..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 1..................................@ Wisconsin .............................1 (ot) 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 8.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 1 .............................@ Minnesota State ........................0 (ot) 3 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................2 4 .................................Robert Morris ..................................3 4 .................................Robert Morris ..................................1 5..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................0 2..............................Alaska Anchorage .........................3 (ot) 1 ......................................Denver .......................................2 4....................................@ Denver ...............................4 (ot) 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State .........................4 (ot) 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1 4 .....................................Cornell# ......................................2 2......................................Maine#.......................................3 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 0....................................Wisconsin.....................................4 6....................................Wisconsin.....................................5 6............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................1 1............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................2 4 ................................St. Cloud State .................................5 6 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 2.....................................Air Force......................................0 5...................................Mercyhurst ....................................3 0 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................3 4 .................................@ Minnesota...................................7 2 .................................North Dakota.............................3 (ot) 2 .................................North Dakota...................................3 2....................................@ Denver .....................................1 3 ......................................Denver .......................................7 2...........................@ Minnesota Duluth& ......................3 (ot) 5...........................@ Minnesota Duluth& ............................3 0...........................@ Minnesota Duluth& ............................4 $Exhibition #Florida College Hockey Classic (Estero, Fla.) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round)

2010-11

23-19-3 (13-13-2)

DATE CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP O2 5 ........................ University of Lethbridge$ .........................1 O3 7 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ............................1 O8 2 ...................................Rensselaer ....................................1 O9 2 ...................................Rensselaer ..............................2 (ot) O 15 4 ..........................vs. Alaska Anchorage#............................3 O 16 1 ...................................@ Alaska# ....................................2 O 22 4 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................5 0 23 1 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................0 O 29 1..............................Univ. of Minnesota ..............................4 O 30 4..............................Univ. of Minnesota...............................9 N5 1 ....................................@Denver .....................................4 N6 9......................................Denver........................................2 N 12 6............................@Air Force Academy.............................4 N 13 1 ........................................Yale .........................................5 N 26 3 ..............................Alaska Anchorage .........................4 (ot) N 27 2 ..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................0 D3 7..............................@ Michigan Tech. ...............................3 D4 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................0 D10 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................0 D 11 5 ............................. @ St. Cloud State...............................2 D 18 5 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................2 D 19 0 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................3 D 29 5 ...............................Michigan State*.................................4 D 30 5..............................Univ. of Michigan* ...............................6 J 14 1 ............................@Alaska Anchorage .............................4 J 15 0 ............................@Alaska Anchorage .............................2 J 21 7............................. Alabama Huntsville..............................0 J 22 4............................. Alabama Huntsville..............................1 J 28 4 .................................North Dakota...................................1 J 29 0 .................................North Dakota...................................6 F4 3 ......................................Denver .......................................2 F5 3....................................@ Denver .....................................5 F 11 1 ...............................Minnesota State ................................5 F 12 2 ...............................Minnesota State ................................1 F 18 5 ...............................@ Bemidji State...........................5 (ot) F 19 1 ...............................@ Bemidji State ................................2 F 25 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ..............................4 F 26 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth .........................3 (ot) M4 3..................................@ Wisconsin...................................2 M5 3..................................@ Wisconsin...................................1 M 11 1...................................Wisconsin&....................................3 M 12 4...................................Wisconsin&..............................3 (ot) M 13 2...................................Wisconsin&....................................1 M 17 4............................Alaska Anchorage&&.............................2 M 18 3 ...............................North Dakota&& ................................4 M 25 8...............................Boston College%................................4 M 26 1 ...................................Michigan% ....................................2 $Exhibition #Brice Alaska Goal Rush Tournament (Fairbanks, AK) *Great Lakes Invitational (Detroit, MI) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) && WCHA Final Five (play-in game and semifinal) % NCAA Playoffs (first round and quarterfinals)

2011-12 DATE O2 O8 O 14 O 15 O 28 O 29 N4 N5 N 12 N 18 N 19 N 25 N 26 D2 D9 D 10 D 16 D 17 D 30 D 30 D 31 J6 J7 J 13 J 14 J 20 J 21 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18 F 24 F 25 M2 M3 M9 M 10

18-16-2 (15-12-1)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 3 ..............................McGill University$ ...............................2 5 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ............................0 3 .................................Bemidji State...................................1 6 .................................Bemidji State...................................4 4 ................................ @ Rensselaer .................................1 4.................................@ Rensselaer ..................................1 5 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha .............................7 5 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha .............................2 4....................................@ Denver .....................................5 4....................................Wisconsin.....................................2 4....................................Wisconsin.....................................1 6 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................7 3 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................4 4 ......................................Denver .................................3 (ot) 3..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................6 4..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................3 2 .............................@ Minnesota State ........................1 (ot) 6 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................2 1.....................................Air Force......................................2 1.....................................Air Force......................................2 2 .......................................Union ........................................1 1 ......................................Cornell .......................................3 3 ......................................Cornell .................................3 (ot) 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................1 4 ................................St. Cloud State............................5 (ot) 2 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................2 2....................................@ Denver .....................................0 2 ......................................Denver .................................2 (ot) 2 ...............................@ Bemidji State ................................4 1 ...............................@ Bemidji State ................................4 4 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................3 3 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................5 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................4 (ot) 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth ............................5 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................0 1.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 3.................................Michigan Tech ............................4 (ot) $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round)

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2012-13 DATE O2 O 12 O 13 O 19 O 20 O 26 O 27 N2 N3 N9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 30 D1 D7 D8 D 14 D 15 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 F1 F2 F8 F9 F 22 F 23 M1 M2 M8 M9 M 15 M 16 M 17 M 21 M 22 M 23

2013-14 DATE O5 O 12 O 18 O 19 O 25 O 26 N1 N2 N8 N9 N 19 N 22 N 23 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 13 D 14 J4 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 24 F7

18-19-5 (11-13-4)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 3.....................University of British Columbia$......................1 5.....................................Clarkson ......................................4 5.....................................Clarkson ......................................4 6 ..................................@ Air Force....................................2 1.................................UMass-Lowell ..................................3 0....................................@ Cornell .....................................2 2....................................@ Cornell .....................................3 5 ..................................@Wisconsin .............................4 (ot) 3 ..................................@Wisconsin ...................................0 3 .................................Bemidji State...................................2 6 .................................Bemidji State...................................3 5 ......................................Denver .......................................6 2....................................@ Denver .....................................6 4 ...............................New Hampshire...........................4 (ot) 5 ........................................Yale....................................6 (ot) 5 .................................North Dakota...................................3 2................................. North Dakota ............................3 (ot) 2....................................Minnesota.....................................4 4....................................Minnesota.....................................4 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................5 1 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 4 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha .............................8 1 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha .............................3 4................................@North Dakota .................................3 3 ............................... @North Dakota ................................5 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................2 (ot) 3............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................3 (ot) 1....................................@ Denver ...............................1 (ot) 6 ......................................Denver .................................5 (ot) 4 ................................St. Cloud State .................................3 2 ................................St. Cloud State .................................5 4 ...............................Minnesota State ................................1 2 ...............................Minnesota State ................................7 0...............................@Michigan Tech ................................2 4...............................@Michigan Tech ................................3 3...................................@ Denver&....................................5 2...................................@ Denver&....................................1 4...................................@ Denver&....................................3 4 ...............................North Dakota&&...........................3 (ot) 4 .................................Minnesota&& ..................................0 2 .................................Wisconsin&&...................................3 $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) && WCHA Final Five

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1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 4..............................Western Michigan .........................4 (ot) 3..............................Western Michigan ...............................0 3....................................@ Denver .....................................2 3 ......................................Denver .......................................1 0 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha .............................6 1 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha........................2 (ot) 4 ................................St. Cloud State .................................7 1 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 2 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................4 3 ..............................@ North Dakota&..........................2 (ot) 3............................... @ North Dakota................................4 $Exhibition &NCHC Playoffs (First Round)

2014-15 DATE O5 O 10 O 11 O 17 O 18 O 24 O 25 N7 N8 N 14 N 21 N 22 D5 D6 D 12 D 13 J3 J4 J6 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F6 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27

6-26-3 (2-19-3)

CC | HEAD COACH MIKE HAVILAND | OPP 4 ..............................McGill University$ .........................4 (ot) 3 .............................Alabama-Huntsville ..............................2 4 .............................Alabama-Huntsville ..............................3 1 .................................North Dakota...................................3 2 .................................North Dakota...................................7 2..............................@ Boston College ...............................6 2 .............................@ New Hampshire ..............................6 0.............................@ Miami University ..............................3 1.............................@ Miami University ..............................5 1....................................@ Denver .....................................8 5....................................Wisconsin.....................................2 1 ..................................@ Air Force....................................3 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................3 (ot) 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 2............................@ Western Michigan .......................3 (ot) 1............................@ Western Michigan .......................1 (ot) 4...........................@ Providence College ......................5 (ot) 3...........................@ Providence College ............................5 4 ................................@ Connecticut .................................1 4 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................3 1 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................4 1 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................2 3 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................5 1 ................................St. Cloud State .................................7 1 ................................St. Cloud State .................................6 0 ......................................Denver .......................................3 1 ...............................Miami University ................................3 1 ...............................Miami University ................................2 4 ......................................Denver .......................................6 3....................................@ Denver .....................................6 2..............................Western Michigan .........................2 (ot)

7-24-6 (6-13-5)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 5 .....................University of New Brunswick$ ......................0 8 ............................U.S. Under-18 Team .............................4 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 1 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 1 ...................................@Clarkson ....................................2 0 ...................................@Clarkson...............................1 (ot) 2............................@ Western Michigan .......................3 (ot) 1............................@ Western Michigan.............................5 1 ......................................Denver .................................1 (ot) 1....................................@ Denver .....................................2 1.....................................Air Force......................................3 2 ..............................@ St. Cloud State .........................2 (ot) 2 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................6 2 ...............................New Hampshire.................................6 0 ...............................New Hampshire.................................3 4 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................2 3 ..............................Nebraska Omaha..........................3 (ot) 1 ..................................@Wisconsin ...................................4 3 ..................................@Wisconsin .............................4 (ot) 2...............................Brown University ................................4 3 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................5 2............................... @ North Dakota................................3 2 .............................Providence College ..............................2 2 .............................Providence College ..............................7 4 ...............................Miami University ................................1 1 ...............................Miami University ................................6 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................2 (ot)

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5..............................Western Michigan ...............................0 2 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha........................2 (ot) 2 ............................@ Nebraska Omaha .............................4 1 ..............................@ North Dakota& ...............................5 2 ..............................@ North Dakota& ...............................3 $Exhibition & NCHC Playoffs (First Round)

2015-16 DATE O3 O9 O 10 O 16 O 17 O 23 O 24 O 30 O 31 N6 N7 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 11 D 12 D 18 D 19 J8 J9 J 22 J 23 J 29 J 30 F5 F6 F 18 F 20 F 26 F 27 M4 M5 M 11 M 12

6-29-1 (4-19-1)

CC | HEAD COACH MIKE HAVILAND | OPP 6 ..........................University of Calgary$ ............................2 3 ......................................UMass .......................................6 3 ......................................UMass .......................................4 2 ..............................@ UMass-Lowell................................3 1 ..............................@ UMass-Lowell................................2 0 ................................Boston College .................................3 0 ................................Boston College .................................5 2 ................................North Dakota...................................5 0 ................................North Dakota...................................2 3....................................@ Denver .....................................5 1 ......................................Denver .......................................3 0 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 0 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 3 ..................................@ Air Force....................................4 4 ....................................Air Force......................................3 2 ..............................Miami University ................................1 3 ..............................Miami University ................................2 3............................@ Western Michigan.............................7 3............................@ Western Michigan.............................5 5 ..........................@ Alabama-Huntsville ............................2 1 ..........................@ Alabama-Huntsville ............................2 1 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................2 5 ..............................@ North Dakota...........................5 (ot) 1 ..............................@ North Dakota ................................5 5 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................1 1 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................6 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................3 1 ......................................Denver .......................................4 1 ..................................vs. Denver.....................................4 0 ............................@ Miami University ..............................3 0 ............................@ Miami University ..............................4 2 ................................St. Cloud State .................................5 3 ................................St. Cloud State .................................9 1 ..............................@ North Dakota& ...............................7 1 ..............................@ North Dakota& ...............................5 $Exhibition & NCHC Playoffs (First Round)

After finishing seventh in the conference standings their final season in the WCHA, the underdog Tigers reeled off four consecutive post-season victories to reach the championship game of the league’s FInal Five tourament in March 2013.

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KEN LANDAU

Renewing an old partnership that makes its hockey broadcasts available on both radio dials for the first time, Colorado College skated into the National Collegiate Hockey Conference’s inaugural season with KRDO 1240 AM/105.5 FM serving as flagship station of the CC Tiger Sports Network in 2013-14 … and continues again this season. KRDO’s broadcasts can be heard loudly and clearly throughout the greater Colorado Springs and Pueblo areas as well as worldwide via the Internet and on mobile phone applications. In addition its coverage of all Tiger games, home and away, KRDO will air the hour-long (6:007:00 p.m. MT) Mike Haviland Coach’s Show six times (see schedule below) during the season. All CC home games and league road games in 2016-17 also can be viewed on-line, courtesy of NCHC.tv. To sign up for NCHC.tv, login to nchc.tv/packages

PLAY-BY-PLAY BROADCASTER Ken Landau, an award-winning 25-year veteran of the college hockey broadcast scene, returns for his 11th season as official “Voice of the Tigers” in 2015-16. A 1982 graduate of Michigan State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in telecommunciations, Landau called the play-byplay for MSU hockey from 1979 through 1985, then again from 1990 through 1997. He also spent three seasons serving in a similar capacity at the University of Michigan.

In 2016, Landau won his fifth Award of Excellence – one of the Colorado Broadcast Association’s most coveted honors. The CBA awards are presented annually for “Best Sports Coverage” by an individual or broadcast team. In 1992, Landau earned the Associated Press of Michigan broadcast award for best play-by-play. And, in 2003, he called the first college hockey game ever for College Sports Television and hosted CSTV’s wall-to-wall coverage of the Frozen Four in Buffalo. Landau has worked extensively as a sports talk-show host and television sports anchor and reporter. In addition, he helped form a sports marketing company that published the first two books ever devoted to the history of a college hockey program – “Awe Inspiring: The Storied

There are three ways to pay for watching games – a 24-hour all-access pass ($6.95); a monthly re-occurring subscription ($10.95); and a yearly pass ($89.95) that includes all Colorado College streamed games.

History of Spartan Hockey” and “Shot and A Goal: The Tradition of Wisconsin Badger Hockey.” Away from the rink, Landau is self-employed as president of his own consulting firm.

2016-17 TELEVISION SCHEDULE (all times Mountain)

Mike Haviland Coach’s Show 2016-17 Schedule Day & Date

Time

Tuesday, Oct. 11

6-7 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 15

6-7 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 29

6-7 p.m.

Tuesday, Jan. 10

6-7 p.m.

Tuesday, Feb. 7

6-7 p.m.

Tuesday, Mar. 7

6-7 p.m.

DATE

OPPONENT (TV)

SITE

Nov. 11 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 28 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24

St. Cloud State (ASN/ALT2) Minnesota Duluth (CBSSN) Nebraska Omaha (ASN) North Dakota (ASN) Denver (ALT2) Minnesota Duluth (CBSSN) Western Michigan (CET)

Home Duluth, MN Home Home Denver, CO Home Home

CBSSN – CBS Sports Network (DirecTV 221; Dish 158; Comcast 170/846; Prism 643/1643) CET – Comcast Entertainment Television (Comcast 105/900) ALT2 – Altitude2 Sports (DirecTV 681-1; Comcast 105/900) ASN – American Sports Network (Games shown on Altitude or Altitude 2)

Note: The Coach’s Show is broadcast live from: Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, Woodmen & I-25

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

MEDIA COVERAGE

General Information for the Press Directions to The Broadmoor World Arena

Parking

Located in the south end of the Colorado Springs business district,

Parking passes for use in the general lot are available to members of

the World Arena is adjacent to Interstate 25, accessible via exit 138

the media. Although these passes provide free admission to the lot,

at Circle Drive. From I-25, go west on Lake Avenue and turn left

they do not allow you to park in “permit” areas. Please avoid using

(south) on Venetucci Blvd. From the Colorado Springs Airport, take

those areas, as your car will be ticketed or towed.

Powers Blvd. north to westbound Fountain Blvd., then branch onto

Photographers

the Martin Luther King bypass to I-25 south.

Credentials must be arranged prior to each game through the

Credentials & Admittance

Colorado College athletics communications office (719-389-6755 or

Working press box credentials shall be issued only to accredited

jerry.cross@coloradocollege.edu). Photographers are permitted to

newspaper, radio and television reporters. Credentials requested the

shoot from the penalty boxes and other selected locations in the

week of the game will be held for pick-up inside the media entrance

arena, but must check in at the working press box beforehand.

The Broadmoor World Arena. Please display your pass at all times, as it is required for access to the press box and locker room areas, as

Radio Services/Telephone Lines

well as to the elevator connecting the two. The press box is located

The center TV booth in the press box at The Broadmoor World Arena

at the top of the east-side stands. All requests for credentials should

is equipped with one analog line and one ISDN line for a station

be directed to:

officially designated by the visiting team to be granted use for its broadcast. Installation of additional lines or lines for other stations must be approved by the CC athletics communications office, then

Jerry Cross, Director of Athletics Communications

arrangements made through CenturyLink (1-800-301-9220, ext. 2)

Colorado College • 14 E. Cache La Poudre Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Coach & Player Interviews

719-389-6755 or 719-389-6256 fax

Interviews with the Colorado College coaching staff and team must

jerry.cross@coloradocollege.edu

be arranged through the athletics communications office. Requests will be honored with 24 hours notice. As a rule, pre-game interviews with Coach Mike Haviland and players will not be granted. After a game, coaches and players will be available for comments outside the locker room at The Broadmoor World Arena. Since Colorado College maintains a closed locker-room policy, a member of the CC athletics communications staff will be designated to summon players from the locker room once Coach Haviland is finished addressing the team. Practice sessions, which typically are held from 3-5 p.m. weekdays, are open to the media. However, practices can not be interrupted for interviews. All interviews should be completed 15-20 minutes before practice begins, or after it is completed.

Among Ken Landau’s guests in the broadcast booth has been Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Rick “Goose” Gossage, who is a Colorado Springs native and loyal fan of Tiger Hockey.

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PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

MEDIA COVERAGE

P r i n t , B r o a d c a s t , Te l e v i s i o n & A P

WHO’S ON THE BEAT PRINT MEDIA The Colorado Springs Gazette (www.gazette.com) P.O. Box 1779, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 Beat Writer...................................................Joe Paisley Phone ..................................................(719) 636-0260 E-mail......................................joe.paisley@gazette.com Sports Editor..................................................Matt Wiley E-mail......................................matt-wiley@gazette.com Phone ..................................................(719) 636-0250 Fax ......................................................(719) 636-0163 Denver Post (www.denverpost.com) Beat Writer ............................................Mike Chambers Phone ..................................................(303) 941-6026 E-mail ..............................mchambers@denverpost.com Deputy Sports Editor ..............................Scott Monserud Office ...................................................(303) 954-1893 Fax ......................................................(303) 866-9004

TELEVISION STATIONS

WIRE SERVICES Associated Press (Denver Bureau) Toll Free .............................................1-800-332-6917 Office E-mail ......................................apdenver@ap.org Sports Editor ..........................................Arnie Stapleton Phone ..................................................(303) 263-7334 E-mail...............................................astapleton@ap.org Sports Editor ...............................................Pat Graham Phone ..................................................(303) 929-2941 E-mail.................................................pgraham@ap.org

RADIO BROADCASTS KRDO 1240 AM & 105.5 FM 399 S. 8th St., Colorado Springs, CO 80905 Phone ..................................................(719) 632-1515 Colorado College Play-by-Play......................Ken Landau E-mail............................................klandau@yahoo.com

Colorado College Catalyst Office ...................................................(719) 389-6675 Fax ......................................................(719) 389-6962

KRDO TV-13/ABC (www.krdo.com/sports/index.html) 399 S. 8th St., Colorado Springs, CO 80905 Sports Director........................................Rob Namnoum Office ...................................................(719) 575-6307 E-mail ................................................sports@krdo.com Assistant ...................................................Nick Rothsch E-mail .......................................nick.rothsch@krdo.com Office ...................................................(719) 575-6362 Fax ......................................................(719) 634-0054 KKTV-11/CBS (www.kktv.com/sports) P.O. Box 2110, Colorado Springs, CO 80901 Sports Director......................................Sam Farnsworth Office ...................................................(719) 578-0000 E-mail.........................................sfarnsworth@kktv.com Assistant ...................................................Taylor kilgore E-mail ...............................................tkilgore@kktv.com Fax ......................................................(719) 634-3741 KOAA-TV 5&30/NBC (www.koaa.com/sports) 530 Communication Circle Colorado Springs, CO 80906 Sports Director...........................................Grant Meech Office ..............................(719) 545-1685 or 630-3930 E-mail .............................................gmeech@koaa.com Assistant...................................................Matt Prichard E-mail..........................................mprichard@koaa.com Fax ......................................................(719) 473-1675

U.S. College Hockey Online (www.uscho.com) NCHC Correspondent .................................Candace Horgan E-mail .................................candacehorgan@gmail.com

KXRM FOX 21 (www.coloradoconnection.com/sports) 560 Wooten Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80915 Sports Director..................................Alison Mastrangelo Office ...................................................(719) 955-3021 E-mail...........................afmastrangelo@fox21news.com Fax ......................................................(719) 591-4180

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MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

TIGER HOCKEY & THE NHL

FORMER CC PLAYERS IN THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYER Ryan Bach Richard Bachman Rick Boh Noah Clarke Bob Collyard Joey Crabb Mark Cullen Dave Feamster Kris Fredheim Trevor Frischmon Bill Hay Jack Hillen Doug Lidster Dean Magee Paul Manning Curtis McElhinney Eddie Mio Gustav Olofsson Doug Palazzari Toby Petersen Richard Petiot Tom Preissing Nate Prosser Chad Rau Brian Salcido Jaden Schwartz Peter Sejna Jaccob Slavin Greg Smith Brett Sterling Colin Stuart Mark Stuart Mike Stuart Brian Swanson Bill Sweatt Lee Sweatt Jim Warner Matt Zaba

AT CC 1992-96 2007-09 1983-87 1999-03 1968-71 2002-06 1998-02 1976-80 2006-10 2002-06 1956-58 2004-08 1979-83 1974-78 1997-01 2001-05 1972-76 2013-14 1970-74 1996-00 2001-05 1999-03 2006-10 2005-09 2003-06 2010-12 2000-03 2013-15 1973-75 2002-06 2000-04 2002-05 1998-02 1995-99 2006-10 2003-07 1974-78 2003-07

NHL SEASONS NHL TEAM(S) 1 (1998-99) Los Angeles Kings 5 (2010-15) Dallas Stars/Edmonton Oilers, *Vancouver Canucks 1 (1987-88) Minnesota North Stars 2 (2003-04, 07-08) Los Angeles Kings 1 (1973-74) St. Louis Blues 5 (2008-09, ’10-14) Atlanta Thrashers, San Jose Sharks, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals, Florida Panthers, New York Rangers 3 (2005-07, ’11-12) Chicago Blackhawks, Philadelphia Flyers, Florida Panthers 4 (1981-85) Chicago Blackhawks 1 (2011-12) Minnesota Wild 1 (2009-10) Columbus Bluejackets, #New York Islanders 8 (1959-67) Chicago Blackhawks 8 (2007-15) New York Islanders, Nashville Predators, Washington Capitals, *Carolina Hurricanes 16 (1983-99) Vancouver Canucks, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars 1 (1977-78) Minnesota North Stars 1 (2002-03) Columbus Bluejackets 7 (2007-12, ’13-16) Calgary Flames, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa Senators, Phoenix Coyotes, Columbus Blue Jackets 7 (1979-86) Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings 1 (2015-16) Minnesota Wild 4 (1974-79) St. Louis Blues 10 (2000-02, ’05-13) Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers, Dallas Stars 3 (2005-06, ’08-09, ’10-11) LA Kings, Tampa Bay Lightning, Edmonton Oilers 7 (2003-04, ’05-10) San Jose Sharks, Ottawa Senators, LA Kings, Colorado Avalanche 6 (2009-16) St. Louis Blues, *Minnesota Wild 1 (2011-12) Minnesota Wild 1 (2008-09) Anaheim Ducks 3 (2011-16) St. Louis Blues 2 (2003-04, 05-06) St. Louis Blues 1 (2015-16) Carolina Hurricanes 13 (1975-88) Minnesota North Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Washington Capitals 4 (2007-09, ’10-12) Atlanta Thrashers, Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues, Phoenix Coyotes 4 (2007-09, ’10-12) Atlanta Thrashers, Buffalo Sabres 10 (2005-16) Boston Bruins, Atlanta Thrashers, Winnipeg Jets 2 (2003-04, ’05-06) St. Louis Blues 2 (2000-02) Edmonton Oilers 2 (2011-13) Vancouver Canucks 1 (2010-11) Vancouver Canucks 1 (1979-80) Hartford Whalers 1 (2009-10) New York Rangers

# denotes current organization but has not yet played for parent team * denotes new team in 2015-16

Mark Stuart, an assistant captain with the Winnipeg Jets, is the fourth CC player with at least 10 years in the NHL, joining Doug Lidster (16), Greg Smith (13) and Toby Petersen (10).

Winnipeg Jets

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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

TIGER HOCKEY & THE NHL

A first-round draft pick of the St. Louis Blues in June 2010, when he was chosen 14th overall, Jaden Schwartz emerged among seven former Colorado College standouts making their presence felt in the National Hockey League during the 2015-16 season. Schwartz, who led the Tigers in scoring as a freshman and sophomore before turning pro in April 2012, joined Richard Bachman, Curtis McElhinney, Nate Prosser, Mark Stuart and newcomers Gustav Olofsson and Jaccob Slavin in competing at the sport’s most elite level last season. Entering the 2016-17 campaign, 38 CC stars of the past had experienced playing in “The Show.” St. Louis Blues

With several others under contract in the minor leagues, eagerly awaiting their turns, that number is likely to climb even higher in the near future. In fact, six Tigers that graduated in the last two years, Peter Stoykewych, Aaron Harstad, Ian Young, Scott Wamsganz, Charlie Taft and Hunter Fejes, each signed a professional contract. This year’s roster features junior defenseman Teemu Kivihalme, who was drafted by the Nashville Predators and hoping to get his shot someday.

Edmonton Oilers

While Schwartz and Stuart are the only first-rounders ever to play for Colorado College, more than 75 current or former Tigers have had their names called in the NHL draft. The Boston Bruins made Stuart, now the captain of the Winnipeg Jets, their No. 1 pick and the league’s 21st overall in June 2003.

Winnipeg Jets

Clockwise starting at right: Richard Bachman, (Vancouver Canucks); Nate Prosser, (Minnesota Wild); Curtis McElhinney (Columbus Blue Jackets); Jaccob Slavin (Carolina Hurricanes); Gustav Olofsson (Minnesota Wild); Mark Stuart (Winnipeg Jets) and Jaden Schwartz (St. loius Blues))

Minnesota Wild

Columbus Blue

Minnesota Wild

Gregg Forwerck/Carolina Hurricanes

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Colorado College | Tiger Hockey Media Guide 2016-17  

2016-17 Men's Ice Hockey Media Guide featuring program history, staff/player bios, records, statistics and more information

Colorado College | Tiger Hockey Media Guide 2016-17  

2016-17 Men's Ice Hockey Media Guide featuring program history, staff/player bios, records, statistics and more information

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