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2012-13 SCHEDULE Home games in BOLD CAPS SUN., OCT. 7

All times local

UNIV. OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

SAT.-SUN, OCT. 12/13 CLARKSON UNIV.

6:07 PM 7:37/7:07 PM

Fri., Oct. 19

@ Air Force Academy

SAT., OCT. 20

UMASS-LOWELL

7:07 PM

Fri.,-Sat., Oct. 26/27

@ Cornell University

5/5 pm

Fri.-Sat., Nov. 2//3

@ Univ. of Wisconsin

FRI.,-SAT., NOV. 9/10 BEMIDJI STATE UNIV.

7 pm

6:07/6:07 pm 7:37/7:07 PM

FRI.,-NOV. 16 Sat., Nov. 17

UNIV. OF DENVER @ Univ. of Denver

7:37 PM 7:07 pm

FRI., NOV. 23 SAT., NOV. 24

UNIV. OF NEW HAMPSHIRE YALE UNIV.

7:37 PM 7:37 PM

FRI., NOV. 30 SAT., DEC. 1

UNIV. OF NORTH DAKOTA UNIV. OF NORTH DAKOTA

7:37 PM 7:07 PM

FRI.,-SAT.,, DEC. 7/8

UNIV. OF MINNESOTA

7:37/7:07 PM

Fri.,-Sat., Dec. 14/15

@ St. Cloud State State Univ.

6:37/6:07 pm

Fri.,-Sat., Jan. 4/5

@ Univ. of Nebraska Omaha

6:37/6:07 pm

Fri.,-Sat., Jan. 11/12

@ Univ. of North Dakota

6:37/6:07 pm

FRI.,-SAT., JAN. 18-19 UNIV. OF MINNESOTA DULUTH

7:37/7:07 PM

Fri.,-Sat., Feb. 1-2

@ Univ. of Alaska Anchorage

9:07/9:07 pm

Fri., Feb. 8 SAT., FEB. 9

@ Univ. of Denver UNIV. OF DENVER

7:37 pm 7:07 PM

FRI.,-SAT., FEB. 22/23 ST. CLOUD STATE UNIV.

7:37/7:07 PM

FRI.,-SAT., MAR. 1/2

MINNESOTA STATE UNIV.

7:37/7:07 PM

Fri.,-Sat., Mar. 8/9

@ Michigan Tech Univ.

5:05/5:05 pm

Fri.,-Sat., Mar. 15-17 Fri.,-Sat., Mar. 21-23

WCHA Playoffs – First Round WCHA Final Five (St. Paul, MN)

TBD TBA

Mar. 29-31 April 4 & 6

NCAA Regionals NCAA Frozen Four (Pittsburgh, PA)

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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

1-25

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

81-100

Colorado Springs & The Pikes Peak Region ........................................2

All-Time CC Coaches’ Records .....................................................81-82

About Colorado College ...................................................................3-5

Century Club ................................................................................83-84

President Jill Tiefenthaler ....................................................................5

Year-by-Year Scoring Leaders .............................................................85

The Western Collegiate Hockey Association....................................6-9

All-Time Goals & Assists Leaders.......................................................86

The Colorado Springs World Arena .............................................10-11

Individual Records .............................................................................87

Head Coach Scott Owens/Q&A....................................................12-18

Team Records ................................................................................88-89

Assistant Coaches & Team Staff ...................................................19-21

Goaltending Records .........................................................................90

Athletics Administrative Staff.......................................................22-24

Past Recipients of Team Awards ...................................................91-92

Media Relations Staff .........................................................................25

Past All-WCHA Selections..................................................................93 WCHA All-Academic Selections ........................................................94

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26-38 TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

Tigers in the NCAA Playoffs ..............................................................29

95-124

CC All-Americans ..............................................................................30

All-Time Alumni .........................................................................95-101

CC Olympians ...................................................................................31

Year-by-Year Results ..................................................................102-118

All-Time NHL Draft Picks from Colorado College .......................35-36

2012-13 Radio Broadcasts................................................................119

The Hobey Baker Memorial Award ..............................................37-38

2012-13 Television Schedule ...........................................................119

National Collegiate Hockey Conference .........................................124

Guidelines for the Press ...................................................................120 Media Covering Tiger Hockey .........................................................121

MEET THE TIGERS

39-68

Tiger Hockey & The NHL .........................................................122-123

A Preview of the 2012-13 Season .................................................39-41 Numerical Roster ...............................................................................42 Pronunciation Guide .........................................................................43 Travel Accommodations ....................................................................43 Seniors...........................................................................................44-50 Team Captain William Rapuzzi .........................................................48 Juniors...........................................................................................51-56 Sophomores ..................................................................................57-63 Freshmen ......................................................................................64-66 2012-13 Opponents ...........................................................................67 CC’s Record vs. Individual Opponents .............................................68

A LOOK BACK AT 2011-12

69-86

WCHA Standings, Playoff Results & Awards ...............................69-71 All-WCHA Selections .........................................................................70 Statistical Leaders...............................................................................71 NCAA Playoff Results & All-America Teams .....................................72 CC Results & Statistics..................................................................73-80

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EDITOR: Dave Moross I EDITING ASSISTANTS: Brooke Babcock, Jen Kulier, Nancy Luther, Dave Reed & Helen Richardson I DESIGN & LAYOUT: Tom Myers, Myers Design Group, Inc. The 2012-13 Colorado College Hockey Media Guide is a production of Myers Design Group, Inc. and the Athletics Media Relations Staff at CC. CURRENT PLAYER ACTION & HEAD SHOTS: Casey B. Gibson I VIDEO LINKS: Courtesy of YouTube A special thanks to Kinda Asher, Meggan Grant, Tom Switzer and Frank Wilson for their research assistance over the years.

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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,

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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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7085 Commerce Center Dr. 2910 Geyser Dr. 503 W. Garden of the Gods Rd. One Lake Circle 314 W. Bijou St. 2886 S. Circle Dr. 5580 Tech Center Dr. 2570 Tenderfoot Hill St. 2765 Geyser Dr.

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RESTAURANTS & DINING

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

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scenery. Group tours head our way to experience the many attractions

The Blue Star Buffalo Wild Wings Carl’s Jr. Carrabba’s Italian Grill Culver’s Flatiron’s Garbanzo Jimmy John’s Little Caesar’s Macaroni Grill McCabe’s Tavern Outback Steakhouse Phantom Canyon Pizza Hut Rudy’s BBQ Taco Bell Tucanos

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and historical sites. Ski enthusiasts have only a short drive from Colorado Springs to the surrounding ski resorts. Golf can be enjoyed almost year-round 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

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landscape serves as a stage for many outdoor recreation opportunities, including mountain biking, trail hiking, horseback riding, rafting,

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

fishing and picnicking, or just napping on a sun-drenched rock

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

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

founders by preserving and maintaining the structures that make up

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

our community, including beautiful Victorian homes, churches and

a large window of opportunity when planning a vacation.

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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THE COLORADO COLLEGE

I n n o v a t i v e Te a c h i n g & L e a r n i n g i n t h e R o c k y M o u n t a i n W e s t

Right where the short grass prairie meets the foothills of the Rockies,

Our students come from many ethnic,

there is a place where, with a certain amount of guts and an open mind,

religious and socioeconomic backgrounds.

students can study the liberal arts and sciences in the mountain air.

They typically are independent-minded adventurers who love a challenge. At CC,

A private, four-year college, Colorado College is located on a

they find the encouragement, opportunities

90-acre campus in downtown Colorado Springs near the base of the

and inspiration they need to reach their

14,115-foot Pikes Peak. It’s the only college of its kind in the Rocky

greatest potential.

Mountain region and one of only a handful of its type located in a

A full range of the performing arts, special

metropolitan area.

interest clubs and organizations, student publications and intramural

Getting lost in a good book…Learning at CC is kind of like that.

and intercollegiate athletics rounds out the rigorous academic program

Under the school’s unique and intensive “Block Plan,” students take

at CC. The college encourages freedom of expression through an

one course at a time for three and a half weeks. This means smaller

independent student press, as well as student and faculty forums on

classes, with more writing, discussion, and in-depth investigation of

current issues and programs representing widely ranging viewpoints,

one subject at a time.

often presented by distinguished visitors to the campus.

During a block, students immerse themselves in environmental sci-

More About the Block Plan

ence or chemistry, Chinese or Spanish, poetry or medieval history,

Teaching and learning are at the heart of all activity. Students never

or any of our stimulating courses on campus or around the world.

sit in a jam-packed lecture hall. 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 seminarstyle classes. They may choose to work on a student/faculty collaborative research project, or create their own independent study. Students learn to venture their own opinions and begin the process of shaping their own direction and destiny.

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THE COLORADO COLLEGE 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 percent are either American ethnic minority or international students, and most live on campus. All but a very small percent 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, as well as nine for women. That includes NCAA Division I ice hockey for men and soccer for women. Otherwise, the Tigers compete at the Division III level. While the hockey team plays and practices at the Colorado Springs World Arena located six miles from campus, all other intercollegiate, Cutler Hall, built circa 1878, is the oldest building on the Colorado College campus.

intramural and recreational athletics programs are centered in an easily accessible area consisting of El Pomar Sports Complex,

Washburn Field serves as the home stadium for men’s lacrosse and

Washburn and Stewart Fields, and Honnen Ice Rink.

track and field teams, as well as an occasional venue for the men’s and women’s intercollegiate soccer squads. A six-lane, quarter-mile, latex track borders the perimeter, lights accommodate night activities and bleacher seating allows for 2,500 spectators. Adjacent to Washburn lies Stewart Field, primary home to the soccer teams, along with women’s lacrosse. Colorado College believes participation in sports to be an integral part of a well-ordered program of liberal education and, therefore, encourages the widest possible participation in its programs by members of the college community. The college is committed to a philosophy of sport that stresses the value and enjoyment of participation in the physical testing of oneself, and that challenges individuals to develop their physical and mental capacities.

Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders

New features at the renovated and expanded El Pomar Sports Complex, scheduled for completion in spring 2013, will include a cardio conditioning room.

A number of Colorado College alumni were tapped by President Obama for positions in his administration. They include:

El Pomar Sports Complex, still in the midst of a $27 million renovation and expansion project that began late in 2011, houses the athletics

• Former Colorado Senator Ken Salazar ’77, secretary of the interior

department offices as well as J. Juan Reid Arena, home court for the

• Jane Lubchenco ’69, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

CC basketball and volleyball teams, and Schlessman Pool. Once the current construction is completed in spring 2013, the building also

• Lori Garver ’83, deputy administrator of NASA

will be equipped a new state-of the-art fitness center and additions

• Marcia McNutt ’74, director of the U.S. Geological Survey

including a cardio conditioning room with separate strength area;

• Harris Sherman ’64, agriculture undersecretary for natural resources and environment

separate space for varsity training; a yoga studio; squash courts; two auxiliary gyms; expanded physical therapy space; indoor and outdoor

Additionally, Colorado College had a 2008 graduate, Aaron

lounge spaces for students, faculty, and staff to socialize; and separate

Gutierrez, serving as an intern in the office of legislative affairs at

locker rooms for students, faculty, and staff

the White House. Gutierrez, who was born and raised in Pueblo,

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THE COLORADO COLLEGE

President Jill Tiefenthaler

“Like the Rocky Mountains, our academic community is a bold and adventurous place that challenges students while also providing them with a plethora of experiences for personal growth and enrichment.”

Jill Tiefenthaler succeeded Richard F. Celeste and became Colorado College’s 13th president on July 1, 2011. She previously was provost and professor of economics at Wake

— Jill Tiefenthaler

Forest University. She earned master’s and doctoral degrees in economics from Duke in 1989 and 1991 respectively, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Saint Mary’s College in South Bend, Ind., in 1987.

Colo., graduated with a B.A. in international political economy and

Prior to joining Wake Forest,

a minor in Spanish. A survivor of brain cancer, Gutierrez was a

Tiefenthaler taught economics

Fellow at El Pomar Foundation, one of the largest and oldest grant-

at Colgate University. She chaired

giving foundations in the Rocky Mountain West. At El Pomar, he

the economics department from 2000 to 2003, and from

received firsthand experience in the nonprofit sector.

2003 to 2006 she served as associate dean of the faculty. At

Gutierrez and McNutt, who has served as president and CEO of the

Colgate, Tiefenthaler took lead roles in strengthening strategic

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, are among the long list of

planning, faculty development, enrollment management,

notable CC alums that also includes William J. Hybl ’64, past president

curriculum development, and interdisciplinary scholarship

of the U.S. Olympic Committee, member of the International Olympic

through the establishment of new centers and institutes.

Committee, and nominated delegate to the United Nations General

With research interests focused on labor economics, economics

Assembly; Lynne Cheney ’63, news commentator and wife of former

of the family, and development economics, she has published

Vice President Dick Cheney; Tara Nott Cunningham ’94, the United

numerous articles in scholarly journals. Her cross-cultural

States’ first Olympic gold medalist in women’s weightlifting (2000

academic work includes studies conducted in the Philippines

Games); Olympic gold medalist Peggy Fleming ’70; Olympic cyclist

and Brazil, including a study for the World Bank in the 90s.

and World Mountain Bike Champion Alison Dunlap ’91; William “Bro” Adams ’69, Colby College’s 19th president and former president

Tiefenthaler has been a leader in university/community

of Bucknell University; Neal Baer ’78, an executive producer/writer

engagement. As founding director of Colgate’s Upstate

for “ER” and “Law & Order SVU”; Jay Engeln ’74, 2000 National

Institute, designed to bring together the resources of Colgate

High School Principal of the Year and currently CC’s director of

with the needs of the region, she expanded outreach by

alumni & parent relations; U.S. Congresswoman Diana DeGette ’79;

working closely with community and business leaders. She

Glenna Goodacre ’61, a sculptor who designed the image of

served on the Madison County Priorities Council and on the

Sacagawea on the golden U.S. dollar coin; and Peter Neupert ’78,

board of the Partnership for Community Development. As

Microsoft executive and founder of Drugstore.com.

chief academic officer at Wake Forest, Tiefenthaler led a strategic planning process culminating in a 10-year plan to

Colorado College Past Presidents

develop Wake Forest as the nation’s leading collegiate univer-

James Dougherty (1875-1876)

William Gill (1949-1955)

sity. The plan reflects the emphasis on the teacher-scholar

Edward P. Tenney (1876-1884)

Louis T. Benezet (1955-1963)

model, education of the whole person, and the preservation

William F. Slocum (1888-1917

Lloyd E. Worner (1963-1981)

of opportunity in higher education. Under her leadership,

Clyde A. Duniway (1917-1924)

Gresham Riley (1981-1992)

Wake Forest established the Institute for Public Engagement,

Charles C. Mierow (1925-1934)

Kathryn Mohrman (1993-2002)

the Humanities Institute, and a number of interdisciplinary

Thurston J. Davies (1934-1948)

Richard F. Celeste (2002-2011)

research centers.

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THE WCHA

H i s t o r y, Tr a d i t i o n a n d S u c c e s s The Western Collegiate Hockey Association, arguably college hockey’s

reassembled as the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA)

most historic and successful conference for more than half a dozen

with the same original seven members.

decades, celebrates its 61st anniversary in 2012-13 before undergoing

While membership in the WCHA has continued to change and

a major transformation a year later.

evolve over the years, the most impactful shakeup will occur after

Founded in 1951 as the Midwest Collegiate Hockey League (MIHL),

the current season when eight of its 12 current teams leave to help

with seven original members in Colorado College, Denver, Michigan,

form new conferences and five programs from the Central Collegiate

Michigan State, Michigan Tech, Minnesota and North Dakota, the

Hockey Association are absorbed to fill the void.

MCHL was renamed as the Western Intercollegiate Hockey League

Of the original seven, only Michigan Tech will remain, joining Alaska

(WIHL) for the 1953-54 season.

Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Bemijdi State, Bowling Green, Ferris

The WIHL disbanded in March of 1958 for one year before being

State, Northern Michigan, Lake Superior State and Minnesota State as the new WCHA starting in 2013-14.

THE WCHA IS NO. 1 IN:

The first expansion occurred in 1965-66, when Minnesota Duluth

NCAA championships won.............................................................................................37

was added as an eighth team. For the 1969-70 season, Wisconsin

Frozen Four appearances ..............................................................................................97

came on board as a ninth member, followed by the addition of

Appearances in NCAA championship game ....................................................................65

Notre Dame for 1971-72 as a 10th team. Following the 1980-81 cam-

Alumni who have played in the NHL.............................................................More than 400

paign, Michigan, Michigan State, Michigan Tech and Notre Dame all

College hockey attendance .....................More than 1.5 million, for 10 consecutive seasons

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THE WCHA however, returned to the WCHA family for 1984-85 along with the addition of Northern Michigan to bring membership back to eight. In 1990-91, St. Cloud State joined the WCHA as a ninth team followed by the addition of Alaska Anchorage as a 10th member for the 1993-94 season. Northern Michigan then left the WCHA after the 1996-97 campaign to return the league to nine teams. Minnesota State (Mankato) was granted membership beginning with the 1999-2000 season to up membership to 10, followed by the most recent addition of BRUCE M. McLEOD WCHA Commissioner

Bemidji State and Nebraska Omaha for the 2010-11 seasons

to give the WCHA its current 12 member teams.

In 2011-12, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association continued its history of success. Witness the following headlines:

National Championships No collegiate conference – in any sport – can top the impressive list of national scale accomplishments of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and its member teams.

• Four league teams – Minnesota, North Dakota, Minnesota

Since 1951, teams representing the WCHA have earned a record 37

Duluth and Denver, post at least 25 victories overall, earn bids

men’s national championships, finished as the runner-up another 27

to the NCAA tournament and are ranked among the nation’s

times, and qualified for at least one berth at the NCAA Frozen Four)

top eight in USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine’s final poll

in 56 of 60 seasons.

• UMD’s Jack Connolly wins the Hobey Baker Memorial Award

College Hockey’s Biggest Crowds

and is one of seven WCHA players – including three first-team

After reaching a record 1,734,275 a year earlier, WCHA home atten-

selections – to earn All-America honors

dance totaled 1,547,555 in 2011-12 while surpassing the 1.5 million

• The WCHA’s 12 member teams combine for a 51-33-8 record

mark for the 10th consecutive season and the one million mark for

and .593 winning percentage against opponent from the other

the 18th in a row. Average attendance per home game at the league’s

four Division 1 conferences

12-member team arenas was 6,585.

• Attendance at WCHA games

Remarkably, the nation’s top six hockey schools in average home

surpasses the 1.5-million

attendance all were WCHA member teams. Wisconsin was No. 1 at

mark for the 10th season in

11,772 per game, North Dakota was No. 2 at 11,341 per game,

a row

Minnesota was No. 3 at 9,539 per game, Nebraska Omaha was No. 4

• A record 150 men’s student-

at 7,864 per game, Colorado College was No. 5 at 6,754 per game, and

athletes are named to the

Minnesota Duluth was No. 6 at 6,328 per game.

All-WCHA Academic Team

The Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five

• The 2012 Red Baron WCHA Final

The league’s annual playoff championship, known as the Red Baron™

Five draws more than 73,000 to Xcel

WCHA Final Five, continues to be among the most successful post-

Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., for an

season collegiate tournaments in the country.

average of 14,600 per game

The showcase event is held annually in mid-March following the The MacNaughton Trophy is awarded annually to the WCHA regular-season champion. The Tigers became the first team ever to claim possession of it for three consecutive seasons, with back-toback-to-back titles in 1994, ’95 and ’96, then claimed their seventh, eighth and ninth crowns in 2002-03, 2004-05 and 2007-08.

first round of WCHA playoffs, with the first round winners playing for the Broadmoor Trophy and the league’s automatic berth into the national tournament. Played the last 12 consecutive seasons at the Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul, Minn., the WCHA Final Five has drawn 1,339,370 in 20

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THE WCHA years overall for an average attendance of 13,394 per game. In 2012,

Richard Bachman, Joey Crabb, Jack Hillen, Curtis McElhinney, Toby

after inaugurating its new six-team format a year earlier, the tourna-

Petersen, Nate Prosser, Chad Rau and Mark Stuart, along with the

ment drew more than 73,000 fans to five games for an average crowd

likes of Brian Elliott, Joe Pavelski, Zach Parise, Mason Raymond, Paul

of 14,600. The record attendance total for a WCHA Final Five came

Stastny, Jonathan Toews and Travis Zajak – just to name a few. A

in 2007 at Xcel Energy Center when 88,900 fans were on hand,

year earlier, in 2010-11, 93 WCHA alums played in the NHL.

including a record 19,463 for the championship game.

The WCHA also owns an enviable reputation for providing top-notch

The Hobey Baker Memorial Award

international playing and coaching opportunities for its member

The WCHA also leads the way in Hobey Baker Award winners. Presented

student-athletes and coaches. More than 110 WCHA alumni have

annually to the top player in Division 1

Olympic playing experience with teams

men’s college hockey, the Award has

that include the United States, Canada,

gone to a WCHA-member team student-

Italy, Norway, Austria, Germany, Sweden,

athlete 15 times since its inception for

Finland and France, and conference-

the 1980-81 season. WCHA winners, by

member teams and players have also

year, have been: 1981 - Neal Broten, F,

received additional international expo-

UM; 1984 - Tom Kurvers, D, UMD; 1985 -

sure on a regular basis since 1951. Over

Bill Watson, F, UMD; 1987 - Tony Hrkac,

the years, the WCHA has hosted touring

F, UND; 1988 - Robb Stauber, G, UM;

teams from the USSR, Canada, Sweden,

1994 - Chris Marinucci, F, UMD; 1996 -

Czechoslovakia, Latvia, Germany, Italy,

Brian Bonin, F, UM; 2002 - Jordan

Finland, Norway, Switzerland, England

Leopold, D, UM; 2003 - Peter Sejna, F,

and France and the league has sent men’s

CC; 2004 - Junior Lessard, F, UMD; 2005 -

WCHA All-Star Teams to Europe in both

Marty Sertich, F, CC; 2006 - Matt Carle,

1998 (Switzerland) and 2000 (Norway).

D, DU; 2007 - Ryan Duncan, F, UND; 2010 - Blake Geoffrion, F, UW; and 2012 Jack Connolly, F, UMD.

The 2011 WCHA Final Five saw the debut of a new six-team format, including Colorado College, and attracted nearly 71,000 fans to five games for an average crowd of 14,181.

During the most recent 2010 Winter Olympic Games held in Vancouver, 10 WCHA alums played for the U.S., two played for gold medalist Canada, and

All-Americans and Scholar-Athletes

one played for Finland. Seven WCHA players also won gold with

Approximately 330 WCHA players – including more than 40 during

Team USA at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatoon,

the last seven seasons alone – have earned All-America honors since

and in the summer of 2010, WCHA-member Michigan Tech traveled

the early 1950s. In 2011-12, the league produced seven All-Americans

to Germany for a series of international games.

including three first teamers.

More recently, in October 2011, conference alums Mark Johnson

Off the ice, a record total of 150 players representing all 12 teams

and Colorado College Hall of Famer Jeff Sauer were named recipients

earned recognition to the All-WCHA Academic Team in ‘10-11, while

of the NHL’s prestigious Lester Patrick Award for outstanding service

another 55 earned the prestigious WCHA Scholar-Athlete Award.

to hockey in the United States.

WCHA Scholar-Athlete award honorees must have a grade-point

Exposure

average of at least 3.50 (4.0 scale) for the previous two semesters or

More than 200 WCHA games are televised annually, including all

three quarters, or an overall GPA of at least 3.50.

five live by Fox Sports North, from the annual WCHA Final Five.

The WCHA, the NHL and International Hockey

‘This Week in the WCHA,’ the league’s unique weekly radio show,

Since its founding in 1951, the WCHA has been a leader in produc-

will mark its 16th season in 2012-13. The five to seven-minute show,

ing both professional skaters and players for international teams. Just

broadcast throughout the conference’s five time zones by member

a few of the more than 400 past and present NHLers who have roots

team flagship stations, features audio game highlights, interviews

in the WCHA include the likes of Tony Esposito, Glenn Anderson,

and miscellaneous items related to college hockey.

Lou Angotti, Bill ‘Red’ Hay, Eddio Mio, Glenn ‘Chico’ Resch, Keith

The league’s official web site – WCHA.com – was redesigned and re-

Magnuson, Red Berenson, Bill Masterton, Lou Nanne, Curt Giles, Bill

launched for the 2010-11 season and now includes features such as

Masterton, Mark Johnson, James Patrick, Mike Richter and Brett Hull.

live web and mobile scoreboards, a full line of automated team and

In the most recently completed NHL season of 2011-12, approximately

individual statistics, automated standings, automated box scores,

100 WCHA alums competed in hockey’s top professional league.

individual player pages with complete statistics, team rosters, and

Included in that group were former Colorado College standouts

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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.

REFEREES: 3 - Derek Shepherd; 4 - Todd Anderson; 5 - Justin Brown; 7 - Don Adam; 8 - Tom Sterns; 9 - C.J. Beaurline; 10 - Peter Friesema; 11 - Timm Walsh; 12 - Butch Mousseaux; 14 - Jared Moen; 14 - Brian Thul; 15 - Marco Hunt; 17 - Craig Welker; 22 - Chris Perrault; 23 - Matt Ulwelling; 27 - Dan Dreger; 27 - Jonathan Morrison; 29 - Scott Bokal; 31 - Brett Klosowski; 33 - Brad Shepherd. LINESMEN:

GREG SHEPHERD @ UAA: 40 - Carl Saden; 45 - Brent Johnson; 75 - Travis Supervisor of Officials Jackson; 97 - William Moran. @ BSU & UND: 37 - Tom Lund; 70 - Andy Dokken; 76 - Bradon Schmitt; 78 - Nathan Freeman; 83 - Justin Hills; 92 - Andy Carton. @ CC & DU: 52 - Scott Staudte; 57 - Bob Keltie; 82 - Stephen Stankevich; 84 - Phil Stodgell; 86 - Gary Pedigo; 88 - Tim Swiader. @ MTU: 35 - Dan Juopperi. @ UM, UMD, MSU, SCSU: 42 - Dan Dineen; 44 - Chris Olson; 53 - Rick Nelson; 55 - Jeff Schultz; 62 - Jarod Moen; 68 - Chris Perrrault; 75 - Dana Penkivech; 80 - Tony Czech; 81 - Brandon Polich; 81 - Sam Shikowsky; 81 - Matt Tyree; 90 - Matt Anderson; 91 - Sterling Egan; 94 - Nick Bradshaw; 97 - Neil Missling; 98 - Dan Kovarik. @ UNO: 41 - Eric Johnston; 52 - Chad Evers; 70 - Scott Fitzpatrick; 97 - Nate Stanton. @ UW: 34 - Ed Moberg; 38 - Dan Carey; 51 - Mike Gulenchyn; 65 - Matt Gerlach.

MAJOR 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

SARA R. MARTIN Associate Commissioner

CAROL LABELLEEHRHARDT Assistant Commissioner, Operations

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

DOUG SPENCER Associate Commissioner, Public Relations

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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COLORADO SPRINGS WORLD ARENA

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

Fourteen years after opening its doors as CC’s new home in January of 1998, the Colorado Springs World Arena remains one of the finest college hockey facilities anywhere. The World Arena, which has Colorado College boasted a .698 winning percentage (221-91-16) in 328 all-time games at the World Arena entering the 2011-12 season.

been on national display as site for the 2004 and 2008 NCAA West Regionals, also played host to the annual IceBreaker Invitational in

2011-12 NCAA MEN’S ICE HOCKEY HOME ATTENDANCE LEADERS

2005. The Tigers, meanwhile, aim to continue taking full advantage of their state-of-the-art surroundings after boasting a .698 winning percentage (221-91-16) there entering the 2012-13 season.

SEASON

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 CC the option of practicing at a smaller NHL-size rink in preparation for any upcoming opponent. Tiger Hockey is the top attended winter collegiate event in the entire state of Colorado, outdrawing Air Force basketbal and hockey, University of Colorado basketball, University of Denver hockey and Colorado State University basketball.

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

North Dakota Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska Omaha Colorado College Minnesota Duluth Michigan Denver St. Cloud State Boston College Michigan State Notre Dame Boston University

HOME GAMES

TOTAL ATT.

AVG./GAME

22 20 23 18 20* 20 21 22 20 16 18 21 18

249,501 235,458 219,401 141,544 135,078 126,552 125,932 117,908 98,779 98,737 96,546 96,443 89,338

11,341 11,772 9,539 7,864 6,754 6,328 5,997 5,360 4,939 6,171 5,364 4,593 4,963

NAT’L RANK (AVG./GAME) 2 1 3 4 5 6 8 10 13 7 9 15 12

* National totals do not include exhibition game against University of Calgary


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COLORADO SPRINGS WORLD ARENA In addition to showcasing Colorado College Hockey, the technicallyequipped, 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 CSWA, the Tigers also are likely to come to mind.

Closing In on 2.2 Million In 328 home dates since opening the Colorado Springs World Arena midway through the 1997-1998 season, the Tigers have attracted almost 2.2 million spectators, with an average attendance of 6,641 per outing. Fourth nationally their first full season at the CSWA (199899), when they drew more than 160,000 fans, they have sustained the momentum while finishing no lower than seventh in total attendance the last 13 campaigns. In 2011-12, the average attendance for 20

The Tigers will continue to use facilities at the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s headquarters, just south of the World Arena complex, in 2012-13.

NCAA home games was more than 91 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 World Arena earns high marks as every seat features an unobstructed view. The rise per row of the stands

CC ALL-TIME AT THE WORLD ARENA

helps everyone feel right on top of the action, with concessions and restrooms conveniently nearby, whether you’re in the lower or

SEASON

GAMES

RECORD

TOTAL ATT.

AVG./GAME

NAT’L RANK/ OVERALL AVG.

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 TOTALS

10 23* 22* 23* 23* 22* 22* 22* 24* 24* 23* 23* 21* 24* 22* 328*

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 13-7-2 221-91-16

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 2,178,220

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 6,641

— 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 —

upper level. Of course, accommodations for the media are topnotch. 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 action on the ice. Under the stands, the Tigers enjoy their own custom facilities including an oversize 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 Scott Owens and his assistants occupy private offices with a door leading directly to a team meeting room.

Team Meeting Room & Lounge

* includes exhibition games (total of 19)

Tiger Locker Room

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A P e r f e c t F i t W h o K n o w s t h e Te r r i t o r y by Dave Moross With 12 consecutive winning

become head coach and general manager of the Des Moines Buccaneers

seasons tucked away, Scott

in 1995, he had helped lead Colorado College to its first of five con-

Owens already has stamped an

secutive appearances in the NCAA playoffs as well as two of three

indelible mark in the storied

straight regular-season championships in the WCHA.

annals of Tiger Hockey. The

He understands the school, its students and its athletics philosophy.

2012-13 campaign marks his

Having experienced, as a player and a coach, what works and what

14th overall at the Colorado

doesn’t at Colorado College, he knows what the ingredients of success

College helm, the longest

have been in the past and is able to trust his instincts approaching the

tenure of any head coach in

future. He’s at home in the community, and his achievements every-

the program’s storied history.

where he’s been are testimony to his knack for motivating players.

And, just one victory shy of 300 for his career as CC’s

In his four years at Des Moines, Owens posted an overall record of

bench boss, Owens continues

179-76-9 and winning percentage of .695, including a record-setting

to burnish his reputation and

62-12-1 (.833) mark in 1998-99 when the Buccaneers claimed the USHL’s regular-season and playoff titles. Also national Junior "A" champions

status among the school’s most successful ever.

a year earlier, they came within one victory of repeating the feat in The numbers themselves tell a compelling story. Thirteen seasons,

1999 when they finished as runner-up to Detroit Compuware.

299 triumphs and a .608 winning percentage. Not to mention three regular-season championships in the Western Collegiate Hockey

In 21 seasons combined, as a head coach in the USHL and at Colorado

Association and seven appearances in the NCAA tournament,

College, Owens has seen his teams prevail in 627 official decisions.

including a trip to the Frozen Four in 2005 and return to the quar-

Prior to his first return to CC in 1991, he spent six years as general

terfinals in 2011. Oh, yes – don’t forget 16 All-America selections,

manager (1984-90) and head coach (1986-90) of the USHL’s Madison

two Hobey Baker Award winners and 13 players earning WCHA

Capitols, followed by one season (1990-91) as an assistant coach at

Scholar-Athlete distinction a total of 25 times since creation of the

the University of Wisconsin. A native of Madison, he guided the

award in 2005-06. To say that Owens is a perfect fit at his alma

Capitols to four consecutive appearances (1987-90) at nationals. His

mater would be an understatement.

four-year coaching record with the club was 149-97-9 (.602), includ-

His teams have averaged 23 victories per season since he accepted

ing a 41-18-3 (.685) mark in 1989-90, its best ever. He was voted

the position in 1999. The 31 triumphs in 2004-05 and 28 in 2007-08

USHL General Manager of the Year in 1986-87 and 1997-98, as well

represent the team’s second and sixth highest totals ever. It’s no mere

as the league’s Coach of the Year in 1987-88.

coincidence that the Tigers have maintained a firm foothold among

The 56-year-old Owens, who coached the South at ’86 and ’87 U.S.

Division I hockey’s elite, while attendance figures at the Colorado

Olympic Festivals, also spent five years as a player, assistant coach and

Springs World Arena also continue to rank among the nation’s best.

youth program coordinator for the Kempten Ice Hockey Club in Kempten,

True, Owens has compiled an impressive list of coaching credentials

West Germany, after graduating from Colorado College in 1979.

now spanning more than two decades. But when he returned to campus

He appeared in 50 games for the Tigers during his collegiate playing

in April 1999 after four stellar seasons in the Junior "A"-level United

career, backstopping 12 victories as the team’s No. 1 goalie his senior

States Hockey League, he also brought with him an intimate familiarity

season in 1978-79. He attended and played hockey at Madison’s

with the college that few other individuals could possibly possess.

Memorial High School under coach Bill Howard, another former CC

A 1979 graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business administration,

goaltender. Owens then played one year for the St. Cloud (Minn.)

Owens lettered for four seasons as a goaltender with the Tigers. He

Blues of the Mid-West Junior League. He also represented the United

later spent four campaigns (1991-95) as a member of the CC coach-

States at the 1975 Junior World Championships, competing against

ing staff, serving as recruiting coordinator and playing a key role in

teams from Canada, Czechoslovakia, Finland, Russia and Sweden.

the program’s revival in the mid ’90s. He was promoted to associate

He and his wife, Sally, were married on New Year’s Eve, 2001. He has

head coach for the final two years of that stay. Before leaving to

two stepsons, Evan and Sean, ages 27 and 24.

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OVERALL RECORD SEASON 1986-99 1999-2012 TOTAL

LEAGUE/RECORD USHL (328-173-18) NCAA (299-185-43) 627-358-61 (21 Seasons)

OWENS IN THE USHL PCT. .649 .608 .629

SEASON 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 TOTAL

TEAM/RECORD Madison Capitols (42-21-1) Madison Capitols (34-30-2) Madison Capitols (41-18-3) Madison Capitols (32-28-3) Des Moines Buccaneers (26-29-2) Des Moines Buccaneers (38-17-4) Des Moines Buccaneers (53-18-2) Des Moines Buccaneers (62-12-1) 328-173-18 (Eight Seasons)

... AND IN THE COLLEGE RANKS PCT. .664 .530 .685 .532 .474 .678 .740 .833 .649

SEASON 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 TOTAL

TEAM/RECORD Colorado College (18-18-3) Colorado College (27-13-1) Colorado College (27-13-3) Colorado College (30-7-5) Colorado College (20-16-3) Colorado College (31-9-3) Colorado College (24-16-2) Colorado College (18-17-4) Colorado College (28-12-1) Colorado College (16-12-10) Colorado College (19-17-3) Colorado College (23-19-3) Colorado College (18-16-2) 299-185-43 (13 Seasons)

PCT. .500 .671 .663 .774 .551 .756 .595 .513 .695 .553 .525 .544 .528 .608

Colorado College has gone 13 consecutive seasons under Owens without a losing record.

Q&A WITH SCOTT OWENS Q. In the final analysis, due to the first-round playoff elimination at

back. The second game, obviously, was the overtime penalty- shot game.

the hands of Michigan Tech, last season had to be a bit disheartening

Then we went up there and basically had a 1-0 win, 2-0 with an empty

and frustratring – correct?

netter. Then it was a 2-2 tie at home after Josh (Thorimbert) got knocked

A. “No doubt, the very end of the year – especially the first round of the

out halfway through the game and Joe Howe came in, so they were great,

playoffs – was very disappointing. We had some good parts to our year.

exciting games. And, being able to hoist the Gold Pan is always a highlight.”

The first half was good. We had some good series the second half. But in the end, not to get out of the first round was very disappointing – especially

Q. There definitely were other great highlights, bright spots and

after we had just beaten that team twice the week before to get home ice.”

encouraging signs. Had you advanced past Tech in the opening round, would the end result have felt entirely different?

Q. Do you think expectations may have been a little unrealistic?

A. “There were [other

A. “Well, I understand why the expectations were there. We had that

highlights]. The first

strong finish in St. Louis [the year before] and we returned a good group

half of the year was

of players. But, you know, sometimes it’s got to all come together, too.

kind of wild, open

We just couldn’t get it all going or all get on the same page the second

hockey, and we were

half of the year. Either the goaltending was off, or the injury problem, or

scoring goals left and

we couldn’t score opportune goals. It seemed like it just didn’t come

right. I think you saw

together. It [did] the year before but just didn’t at the end of last season.”

a few people emerge, a few people had pretty

Q. Didn’t it seem as though we just never could get over the hump?

good years – Rylan

A. “That was the frustrating part. We had some good periods. We went

Schwartz scoring six

into Minnesota and we won 2-1 and lost 2-1. Then we took three out of

Two of Rylan Schwartz’s three hat tricks in 2011-12 came on consecutive nights at North Dakota.

goals at North Dakota,

four points from Denver, and you think we’re kind of on the run there

Josh Thorimbert’s strong play from Dec. 10 on. We had a lot of good

heading into February. I really think we had some significant concussions

series. Cornell came in, and Union. Our home record was good. I think it

and injuries that thwarted us or derailed us to a certain extent. But in the

was the second best league home record at 10-3-1. So there were some good

end the good teams find a way to play through that, and we just didn’t in

things. But, when you lose at the end of the year, and you’re done early, it

that first round of the playoffs.”

just takes away from that. It’s a fine line. I mean, if you get to St. Paul

Q. How gratifying was it to reclaim the Gold Pan?

and win a game there, you’re probably in the NCAA tournament. If you get

A. “That was tremendously exciting because they were great games. The

to St. Paul and you don’t win that first game, you’re kind of on pins and

game up there, the first one, we came back. We lost, 5-4, but we battled

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Q&A WITH SCOTT OWENS Q. In terms of scoring goals, how do you explain so little from the

Q. If you had to pinpoint one major shortcoming that prevented the

defensive corps and freshman class? Was that a surprise?

team from experiencing more success in 2011-12, what would that be?

A. “The freshmen didn’t get a lot of quality games, to be honest with

A. “I don’t know if it was one thing. I’d say our penalty killing, the

you. We ended up going with kind of a veteran lineup. The forwards –

shorthanded goals (11) we gave up, and then the scoring the second half

DiGiando, Taft, Wamsganz – probably played only 10 to 15 games and

of the year just kind of dried up. We didn’t get much secondary scoring.

their minutes weren’t very plentiful. Defensively, Ian Young didn’t play a

Part of it was injuries. Rylan was playing banged up, Winkler was hurt,

ton, while Harstad and Stoykewych did not

Rapuzzi was a little banged up and we just

have the roles that a Boivin, and a McDermott

weren’t gettting a lot of scoring. But I’d say it

and a Guentzel had. There just wasn’t a spot

was probably a lack of consistent scoring the

for them, so I don’t think it’s necessarily a

second half, the penalty killing dropped off,

reflection of what kind of players they are.

then also the shorthanded goals because those

They just didn’t get a great chance. They will

can have a very devastating effect during the

get a better chance this year. But overall, the

course of a game.”

[lack of] scoring from the blue line surprised me a bit. I thought we would have a little more

Q. Are those things correctable?

from some guys, and you saw Boivin kind of

A. “There’s no doubt they’re correctable. We’re

come on the second half of the year – maybe a

certainly revisiting some systems and things we

little bit of a foreshadowing into this year. And remember, McDermott was hurt for five weeks that second half.”

Peter Stoykewych is among three sophomore defensemen expecting to increase their playing time for the Tigers in 2012-13.

want to do differently on our penalty kill. We play a very aggressive PK and we’re going to re-evaluate that. I think the power play could have a little different look that could help us in

Q. What are your thoughts on Joe Howe and Josh kind of being at

some areas – we’re certainly going to emphasize it. And scoring remains

opposite ends of the spectrum for much of the season?

to be seen, how that’s all going to play out. We do have potential, some

A. “Joe Howe was phenominal in October. I mean, you couldn’t beat

guys coming back.”

him. When I think of that Bemidji series, and at RPI, he played phenomenal. It was kind of a mixed bag for Joe the rest of the year. He gave us

Q. In addition to Jaden signing and Dakota Eveland’s medical situation,

some good good games and some not so good games. Josh struggled a bit

how significant are the graduation losses?

early. The Saturday night Bemidji State game, the homecoming game, he

A. “I think they’re significant. First of all, I think losing Dakota hurt us

didn’t complete the game, and also one of the games at North Dakota.

more than people realized last year. I mean, he played a very good role

But from about Dec. 10 on, he really caught fire and played well. But

for us – as a third-line left wing, a real smart player – and I think that

they both are quality goaltenders and it’s going to be a real interesting

had an effect. But we’ve lost Jaden (Schwartz) and Dakota out of that

battle this year.”

junior class. And then there’s Guentzel. Gabe played 27, 26, 25 minutes a game. Civitarese ended up having a really good senior year in terms of

Q. So you do expect Joe to bounce back?

contributing to the overall success of the team on offense and defense.

A. “Joe’s a competitor. He just battles and competes. I know he worked Joe Howe hopes to post the kind of numbers he put up as a freshman and sophomore.

Timmy Hall was an effective role player for us. Dineen was our heart-

extremely hard

and-soul captain, a gritty guy, so we do have some some losses. It was a

over the summer.

good quality class. But we like to think that each year we lose a quality

He’ll come back

class. We just need some people who will fill in those holes.”

and want to put together a really

Q. Do you anticipate either Boivin or Marciano coming close to

good senior year.

Gabe’s minutes, or will it be spread out a bit more?

Josh (Thorimbert)

A. “Ideally, we want to try and get away from that. We want to spread

has got a little

the minutes out more evenly for everybody. It’s easy to say now, but I’m

momentum

not sure we’re going to have anybody who plays those kind of minutes.

because of the

I do think that Marciano and Boivin are going to play very key roles on

strong play and

this team as senior defensemen – Boivin a little more offensively and

the All-WCHA

hopefully Joe can regain a little more of his form from his sophomore year, when he was a really, really strong defending defenseman.”

third-team selection, but every year is different and we’ll go from there.”

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Q&A WITH SCOTT OWENS Q. Doesn’t it appear as though the Tigers actually have one of the

of potential to help

WCHA’s strongest goaltending tandems?

contribute as well.”

A. “I would think so. You certainly can look at the minutes played by Joe

Q. With Nick Dineen

(Howe) and the success he’s had. Obviously, Josh is that younger guy

and Jaden gone,

who made a pretty good statement the second half of the year. I was

along with Civitarese,

really happy with what Courtney (Lockwood) contributed to the program,

that’s 37 goals and

as well, as our third goaltender, a guy who worked extremely hard in

almost 80 total points

practice and whom we became comfortable with.”

to replace. Apart from Rapuzzi, who else

Q. Do you think expectations, generally speaking, might be a little

really needs to step

lower this year and put CC a touch under the radar?

up in the scoring

A. “I think they’re going to be real low, and there’s nothing wrong with

department?

that. I think people will underestimate us a little, mostly because Jaden

A. “We are off about

signed. He’s a guy who had a chance to be a Hobey Baker candidate or

40 percent of our scor-

winner. There’s no doubt that his talent is going to be sorely missed.

ing, but I think you’ll

That, and the fact that we lost in the first round of the playoffs. But I

see a lot of teams that

don’t think it’s a bad thing. I think our guys are going to be hungry, and

are going to be in that same category, are going to lose that many. But

working. They had a good spring and summer, so I think they’ll come in

you know what? Rapuzzi – he had 10-11 goals each of his first two

ready to go. Maybe that’ll take a little of the pressure off them.”

years, and he had three last year. I think Winkler can be set up, if he

Replacing Jaden Schwartz’s team-leading 41 points last season will be a primary focus for CC in 2012-13.

stays healthy, to have a big year. He’s a big kid who will be playing with

Q. Does losing a guy like Jaden sometime have a reverse effect,

a lot of confidence now. I think Krushelnyski can build off his 10 and 10

more positive than negative?

from last season. I think Archie Skalbeck, who had nine goals his fresh-

A. “It doesn’t always, but it can – because now guys don’t just rely on

man year and only one last year, is a candidate to contribute. It could be

Jaden to do all the work. They actually have to tighten up their skates a

across the board, in terms of who’s going to contribute and help make up

bit, get after it themselves and not look around for somebody else to do

the slack.”

it. So it can help you from that standpoint. Hopefully, the guys will say ‘Hey, we’re a little more than just a Jaden team’ and play with a little

Q. Can CC reverse its recent lack of scoring by defensemen?

chip on their shoulder.”

A. “We’ll see how it plays out. I think Boivin could have a real strong year offensively. He was very quietly near the leaders in the league last

Q. What is your assessment of the reinforcements?

year, in points for a defenseman, and I say ‘quietly’ [because] a lot of

A. “It’s an interesting incoming class. We’ve got four forwards coming

people weren’t aware of that. If Eamonn (McDermott) stays healthy, he

in, and two defensemen. The thing I like about them is that, fortunately,

can chip in. Harstad’s got a great shot. Now, with a year under his belt

every one of these kids comes from

and having more confidence, he should be

a winning program. So there’s those

able to get that through more. Ian Young’s

nuances, a little bit of those intan-

got some offensive potential, too. He didn’t

gibles, that come with that. I think

get to play a lot last year. I’m really not so

Cody Bradley has a chance to be a very good, skilled player. Jared Hanson had a big-time season at Lincoln last year. Hunter Fejes is a young bull who’s got a chance to play. Peter Maric is more of a role player who’s just won a championship with Green Bay. All three

worried about [the scoring] aspect of it,

Mike Boivin, whose eight goals as a junior in ‘11-12 represented half the total by CC’s entire defensive corps, expects to contribute his share of offensive fireworks again during his senior season.

although it certainly would be nice, because I do think that Boivin can carry some of the offensive load for us.” Q. Generally speaking, is it a fact that defensemen at CC are getting bigger and bigger each year?

coaches he’s had in the USHL

A. “We’re getting bigger, no doubt. Part of

speak highly of him. He’s just kind

it is that we’re trying to transition to the

of a character role guy. The two

NCHC (National Collegiate Hockey

defensemen, Russell Finch and lot

Conference, in 2013-14), which will

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Q&A WITH SCOTT OWENS include only one other team – St. Cloud State – with an Olympic sheet. We’re going down to a smaller sheet, so we have to make a subtle change in terms of our size back there. And part of it’s just situational, in whom we’ve brought in (Finch is 6-0, 205 pounds; King is 6-4, 230). Down the road, we also have a couple pretty good size defensemen in (Jaccob) Slavin and (Gustav) Olofsson coming in, but then we’ve got smaller defensemen in (Garrett) Cicere and (Duggie) Lagrone, so the key is you want a blend. But we did think we needed to get a little bit bigger, for the end of the year and also for playing on the smaller sheets.” Q. Does size translate at all into increased scoring? A. “No, not really. Hopefully it’ll translate a little more into defending – Alexander Krushelnyski, one of four Tigers with double-digit goals in 2011-12, will be shooting to improve on the 20-point season he enjoyed as a sophomore.

a little little less space, a little more durability at the end of the year. But, really, we haven’t gone out of our way. This is just the way it’s worked out. Actually, (Michael) King has some offensive upside. You may not see it next year, but over the course of his career I think he’ll be able

Q. How much more can Winkler and Krushelnyski do than they

to put up some numbers, too.”

have so far?

Q. Do you anticipate any “dark horses” emerging from the return-

A. “Scott Winkler had seven goals last year. I think one of them was an

ing forwards or the incoming class?

empty netter, so that’s six goals, with a couple on the power play. He

A. “If Andrew (Hamburg) can play the way he did the last four weeks of

played the last seven weeks with a broken bone in his hand. For four of

the season, he’s got a chance to really help us. He was scoring for us and

those seven weeks, he couldn’t even shoot the puck. But he was playing. I

doing a pretty good job with his role. Michael Morin should get a chance

think he has the capability of [scoring] double-digit goals and hopefully

to play a bit more this year. Charlie Taft will be able to play on a more

20 assists. I think ‘Krush’ has the possibility of scoring more than 10

consistent basis.”

goals and having more than 10 assists...I’d like to see him be a 30-point guy – maybe scoring 13 goals and having 18 assists, or something along

Q. Do you foresee depending on the incoming freshmen more than

those lines. He’s going to be given that opportunity with another year

you did last season, when not one of the newcomers scored a goal?

under his belt and some confidence, along with some good hard work

A. “Yes, we’ll do that by design. A couple of them are pretty skilled and

over the summer at getting stronger.”

we think that they can contribute right away. We did that two years ago,

Q. What kind of factor is genetics, with regard to guys like Cody

[but] last season we just ended up going with a bit more of an older line-

Bradley and Krushelnyski, whose dads starred in the NHL?

up. You know what? It’s just the way it played out. We went with the

A. “I think it plays in. Genetics, and also mentality – being around a

personnel we had.”

rink, hearing those discussions and that dialogue, getting feedback. You know, Cody had an interesting year. He was hurt most of the second half. So you’re bringing in a guy who never really got a chance last year in the second half to take off. He started at Indy, ended up at Dubuque. He’s a real talent, but he’s probably going to need a little bit of time, early on, to adjust. I think he’s got a chance over the course of his four years to be really good.” Q. Bradley is reputed to really have some speed. Is he, or any of the other freshmen for that matter, as fast as, say, a Billy Sweatt? A. “He (Bradley) can skate and he’s got skill. Fejes can skate, too. He’s a bull who will go hard to the net. Hanson has more of a shot and has those hockey ‘smarts’, so I think it’s a good mix. Peter Maric skates well, too. Billy had an unbelievable explosiveness, so it’s hard to compare.

Hindered by injuries for much last season, Michael Morin hopes to make a significant contribution as a junior in 2012-13.

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Q&A WITH SCOTT OWENS Q. Will this team be more defensive minded than offensively explosive? A. ”We’d like it to be. We don’t think we’re going to have quite the offensive firepower, so we’re going to have to be much more cognizant defensively – which may result in adjusting some systems and definitely the mindset. Last year, especially the first half, we had no problem playing the shootout type game, the run-and-gun game. This year I’m not so sure about the way I’ll want to do it until we can figure out what we’ve got.” Q. Can you elaborate on two or three other major keys to success in ‘12-13? A. ”Obviously, staying healthy is important. We

If Scott Winkler (25) and his teammates can avoid late-season, injuries that took their toll toward the end of 2011-12, Colorado College’s chances for success in ‘12-13 will rise substantially.

didn’t have an injury until the 10th of January last year. We were going with 28 players and all of a sudden it hit in waves. Consistent goaltending out of the chute, out

which has a winning tradition in the North American League, then went

of the box – not questionable, then phenominal, then questionable, then

to Fairbanks, which also has a winning tradition. He’s just a nice solid

great. We need consistent goaltending, health, building a good team con-

presence at the blue line who can defend and give a little offense. He can

cept where we have a lot of different people contributing, helping. And improving our overall team defense.”

“We don’t think we’re going to have quite the offensive firepower, so we’re going to have to be much more cognizant defensively.”

Q. Were you pleased with the recruiting efforts? A. ”I’m pleased. It came together kind of late, which sometimes can be scary because you don’t always know. But I’m happy with it. You’ve got a power forward in Fejes, a

play minutes and he’s a ‘character’ guy. He’s somebody who’ll be able to

skilled center iceman in

pop in and play a role, pop out, then he’ll get a two or three-game stint, and

Bradley, a right wing who can

he’ll be out. But he’s a quality player who comes highly recommended.”

score in Hanson, and then you’ve got Peter Maric who can

Q. How effective of a captain do you see Rapuzzi being?

jump in and play because he’s

A. “I think he’s going to be a very good captain, based on what we saw

very versatile. The two defense-

last spring. The reviews he’s gotten from the other players have been out-

men (Finch and King) will

standing. He’s always been a guy who doesn’t say much, but when he

need a little bit of time, but

talks, people listen to him. He’s kind of a hockey player’s player. He’s got

I’m very happy at the way it

good insight, and now he’s the guy leading. He’s seen the good things and

all came together. Plus, it’s a

bad things the last couple years. I think he’s got a nice supporting cast in

little bit of an older group.”

terms of Maricano, Rylan (Schwartz) and Eamonn (McDermott), but if last summer and spring are any indication, he’s going to be very good.”

Q. Russell Finch, the oldest of the bunch, actually will

Q. What else were you able to observe from spring drills?

have turned 21 before train-

A.“The (graduated) seniors were gone and it was just the underclassmen

ing camp starts. What can

lifting, so you get a different dynamic. They work out four times a week. So, during the course of that, some personalities come through. Some

you tell us about him? A. “The thing about Russell is that he played in St. Louis,

William Rapuzzi will switch the ‘A’ on his jersey to a ‘C’ for his senior year and serve as team captain this season.

guys who have been reserved are now out front. I think Rapuzzi is very team oriented. All in all, just based on what we saw, his leadership was

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Q&A WITH SCOTT OWENS Q. Knowing you may be going to some of the WCHA barns for the The 2012-13 campaign marks the Tigers’ last in the WCHA as they prepare to make the transition as a charter member of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference for 2013-14.

last time, what should we expect from Colorado College’s final season in the league? A. “My whole life’s been in the WCHA, as a player and a coach and an assistant coach. It’s kind of sad. We already started to experience it last year, going to Mariucci and Mankato, two places where we will not be at unless we go there for the playoffs. But I think it was inevitable. The excitement of the new league is there. It’ll be sad in some ways, but we’re still going to have Denver, still going to have North Dakota, still going to have Duluth – those old WCHA [rivalries] to hang our hat on. I just want to make sure that in our last year, as one of the original founding members, that it’s a quality season, a memorable season filled with a lot of exciting games to end our tenure in the WCHA.”

very good. I also think there’s a couple guys who don’t have letters on –

“Our pod teams this year are Denver, North Dakota and St. Cloud – the teams we play four times. That’s tough. It’s a very challenging schedule. I personally like it that way”

like Winkler, like Boivin – who are going to be there to help as well. So I think we’ve got a pretty good, solid group.” Q. Is there anything in particular that you either like or dislike about the 2012-2013 schedule? A. “It’s a difficult schedule. I’m not crazy about the two back-to-back weekends (on the road). We [go to] Cornell and Wisconsin, then we have an Omaha and North Dakota. Two back-to-backs are tough. We go 60 days in the middle of the year with only two games at home. It’s a very difficult start. We could be a pretty good team with a .500 record at certain junctures of the season. But you know what? We want to play the best. We want to do what we can do. Our pod teams this year are Denver, North Dakota and St. Cloud. Those are the teams we play four times. That’s tough. It’s a very challenging schedule. I personally like it that way.

St. Cloud State University is one of three WCHA opponents that Colorado College will meet four times during the 2012-13 regular season.

Q. Have you learned any coaching lessons from the last year? A. “Well, I think we’re going to try and get our younger guys involved more early this year. We got away from it (last season). Then, later in the year, they might be in a position to give us more of a contribution at the end. That’ll be one. I think there are other things we can learn from. For two years in a row, the team we’ve CC will battle with archrival Denver to retain possession of the Gold Pan it took from the Pioneers in ‘11-12.

ended the regular season against has also been the team we played in the first round of the playoffs – which probably hasn’t happened very often. I think we can learn some things from that. We certainly did things very similar last year as we did the year before when we played Wisconsin five straight. We kept pretty consistent, but there were a couple things we could have tweaked in terms of our preparation and our practicing. There always are things you can learn. You never stop learning.”

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JOE BONNETT

ASSISTANT COACH An invaluable source of continuity and mentor

Bonnett was a four-year letter winner as a forward at Western Michigan

for the team’s blue-line corps since joining the

University (1989–93) and an assistant captain his senior year. A 1993

Colorado College staff in 2000-01, Joe Bonnett

graduate of WMU, where he received a bachelor’s degree in secondary

has helped launch the professional careers of

education, he was named Western Michigan’s Most Improved Player as

more than a dozen defensemen during his

a junior in 1991-92, then was named recipient of the program’s

tenure with the team.

Catherine Lawson Sportsmanship Award as a senior in 1992-93.

Three of his protégés – Tom Preissing, Mark

Over the years, Bonnett has built extensive experience as a volunteer

Stuart and Jack Hillen – earned All-America

with USA Hockey during the summer months. That includes work

accolades before leaving CC. Preissing set an

with the Rocky Mountain Festival in Salt Lake City, which annually

NCAA single-season goal scoring record for defensemen with 23 tallies

attracts top players – such as recent Tiger standouts Richard Bachman

as a senior in 2002-03, while Stuart and Hillen both were honored as

and Mike Testwuide – from throughout the region. He also has served

Defensive Player of the Year in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

as a head coach for Team Michigan and Rocky Mountain districts at

Those three are among seven former Tiger “D” men who have competed

national select -14, -15, -16 and -17 festivals. In 1999, his select-16

at the sport’s highest level, joining Richard Petiot, Lee Sweatt, Kris

team Michigan won a gold medal in St. Cloud, Minn. In 2003,

Fredheim and Nate Prosser in reaching the National Hockey League for

Bonnett served as an assistant coach with the United States under-17

various durations. An ever-increasing number of others – including

select team that won the gold medal at the 2003 Five Nations

Brian Salcido, Brian Connelly, Jake Gannon, Ryan Lowery and Gabe

Tournament in Prievidza, Slovakia.

Guentzel – continue to pursue that ultimate goal while under profesThe Canton, Mich., native and his wife, Laura, celebrated their 13th

sional contract with NHL minor-league affiliates.

anniversary in June. They are the proud parents of two sons, Noah

Heading into the 2012-13 season, Bonnett’s 13th as an assistant coach

and Samuel, as well as a daughter, Vivian, born in late March 2011.

under Scott Owens, Colorado College has reaped seven bids to the NCAA playoffs, claimed three WCHA regular-season championships and

ERIC RUD

ASSISTANT COACH

won 281 games – an average of more than 23 victories per campaign – One of the most decorated defensemen in

since his arrival.

the history of Tiger Hockey and a rising star

His impact is felt in all aspects of the program. Not only is Bonnett

in the sport’s coaching fraternity for the last

active in recruiting and on-ice instruction, but he alsoplays a major role

decade, Eric Rud returned to the CC staff in

in practice preparation, team video, advanced scouting reports and individual teaching clips for the players.

2011-12 after a six-year absence.

His main focus lies in team

transition, defensive schemes and skill development of the blue-line

Rud served as head coach and general manager

corps. Under his guidance, CC’s team defense has finished as high as

of the United States Hockey League’s Green Bay

sixth and its penalty kill fourth nationwide at seasons’ end.

Gamblers during the 2010-11 season, guiding

While helping to maintain the flow of top hockey talent at Colorado

them to an overall record of 41-15-4 and a

College, Bonnett has been involved in recruiting quality students as

spot in the Clark Cup finals. He resigned in July, 2011, to become an

well. More than four dozen players have been named to the All-WCHA

assistant coach at CC for the second time. He has been involved with

All-Academic Team in the last 12 years. In addition, 13 have garnered

numerous USA Hockey camps and clinics since the early 2000s, and

WCHA Scholar-Athlete distinction a total of 25 times since creation

has helped coached a pair of select teams that competed internationally

of the award in 2005-06.

in Slovakia (under-17) and the Czech Republic (under-18).

Bonnett previously served as recruiting coordinator at Miami University

Known for his acute hockey sense, commitment to academics and

in Oxford, Ohio (1997-01), where he helped fuel the program’s future

positive manner with which he relates to student-athletes, Rud

and secured the 2003-04 CCHA Player of the Year. He started his coaching

launched his coaching career as an assistant with the USHL’s Cedar

career as associate head coach of the Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings (NAHL),

Rapids Roughriders in 2002 after playing professionally for five years

guiding them to an appearance in the 1994 junior “A” national tourna-

and six different minor-league teams. He returned temporarily to his

ment. Bonnett served as a volunteer assistant at Miami from 1995–97.

alma mater for the 2004-05 campaign, when the Tigers posted a 31-9-3

While there, he earned his master’s degree in sport organization and

record en route to the program’s most recent Frozen Four appearance,

helped guide the RedHawks to the NCAA tournament in 1997.

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H O C K E Y S TA F F then went on to spend the next five seasons on Bob Motzko’s staff

GORD “SPUD” HAMILTON

at St. Cloud State University. There he helped the Huskies earn four

EQUIPMENT MANAGER

appearances at the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s Final

Spud Hamilton returns in 2011-12 for his

Five as well as three trips to the NCAA Tournament.

fourth season as CC’s equipment manager.

Before reuniting with Scott Owens and Joe Bonnett at CC in the

A 30-year veteran of the professional and

summer of 2011, Rud enjoyed remarkable success in his debut as a

junior hockey ranks in both the United

head coach. In addition to its glittering record and post-season

States and Canada, Hamilton came to the

achievements, Green Bay allowed just 131 goals – the fewest by any

Tigers from the San Antonio Rampage, the

team in the entire USHL – during his year at the helm. Defenseman

top farm club of the National Hockey

Aaron Harstad, one of his top players with the Gamblers and a 2011

League’s Phoenix Coyotes.

draft pick of the Winnipeg Jets, emerged as Colorado College’s top

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

rookie in ‘11-12.

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

A native of Inver Grove Heights, Minn., Rud enjoyed an outstanding

Hockey League and the El Paso Buzzards of the former Western

playing career (1993-97) with the Tigers, who claimed a then-

Professional Hockey League. He also spent seven seasons in the

unprecedented three consecutive WCHA regular-season titles his

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

first three years and reached the Frozen Four his last two. He ranks

the Newmarket/Cornwall Royals.

24th on the school's all-time assists list, with 90, as well as ninth

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

among blue-line specialists in overall points, with 112. The two-time

a member of the Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers.

WCHA Defensive Player of the Year appeared in 168 consecutive

The Ottawa, Ont., native and his wife, Yvonne, celebrated their

games, third most ever in program history. As a junior in 1996, his

12th anniversary in May.

first of two seasons as team captain, he helped lead CC to the nation-

TERRY KLEISINGER

al championship game – a 3-2 overtime loss to Michigan at Cincinnati’s Riverfront Coliseum.

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH

Terry Kleisinger returns to the Tigers’ staff

Rud and his wife Amy, who married in August of that same year, are

for his eighth season overall as a volunteer

the proud parents of a 10-year-old daughter, Gabbie, as well as two

assistant coach. He served in that capacity

sons, Sam and Max, ages 12 and 8.

the last three campaigns, as well as for four

JASON BUSHIE

years (2000-04) earlier last decade.

TEAM TRAINER

Kleisinger, who lives in Edwards, Colo., near

Jason Bushie returns in 2012-13 for his sixth

Vail, again will continue to work primarily

season as Colorado College’s team trainer.

with Colorado College’s goalies – Joe Howe,

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

Josh Thorimbert and Courtney Lockwood.

graduate of the University of North Dakota,

The former University of Wisconsin goaltender was a member of

where he earned a bachelor of science degree

two NCAA championship teams, in 1981 and 1983, as well as

in athletic training. He then continued his

UW’s national runner-up squad in 1982. Before graduating in

education Minnesota State University, where

1984, he set a school record with nine career shutouts and became

he completed a master’s program in athletic

just the third UW net minder to amass more than 2,000 career

administration in 2002. He previously worked

saves. A native of Nanaimo, British Columbia, he subsequently was

at Douglas County Sports Medicine in Alexandria, Minn., for two

named to the roster of Canada’s national team.

years before enrolling at MSU.

Kleisinger went on to play professionally in the New York Rangers

Bushie is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association

organization (1985-88) before injuries sustained in an automobile

(NATA), certified by the NATABOC, and has earned strength train-

accident forced him to retire. He began his coaching career with

ing certification from the National Academy of Sport Medicine

the Madison (Wis.) Major AAA team in 1989 and in the early

(NASM). He and his wife, Beth, have been married for 10 years and

2000s served on the staff of the Vail (Colo.) AAA squad.

are the proud parents of a young daughter, Ella.

Kleisinger and his wife, Laurie, have two sons – Casey and Cody, ages 23 and 21.

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SCOTT CAULFIELD

COLORADO COLLEGE TEAM PHYSICIANS

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH

“Proudly Serving CC Athletes”

Scott Caulfield, manager of the Human Performance Center at the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s headquarters in Colorado Springs, is in his second season

Dr. Daniel Henley Family Practice Aspen Creek Medical Associates

as a member of the Tiger Hockey staff. Caulfield previously served for two and a

Dr. John Pak Team Orthopaedist Front Range Orthopaedics

half years as a strength and conditioning coach for football, rugby and swimming at Dartmouth College. A 2000 graduate of Castleton State College in Vermont, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education, he now is a certified strength and conditioning specialist with distinction, registered through the NSCA, as well as a USA Weightlifting level 1 coach.

Dr. Derek Purcell Team Orthopaedist Colorado Center for Orthopaedic Excellence

Dr. Charles Doolittle Team Dentistry

Dr. Patrick Devanny Team Orthopaedist Colorado Springs Orthopaedic Group

Dr. Winston White Team Dentistry

He has more than 20 years of “under-the-bar” lifting experience and participates in both powerlifting and strongman competitions.

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. He has succeeded the retired Bruce Kola in supervising a staff of five professionals, in

Dr. Brian Grabert Neurology Colorado Springs Health Partners

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official varsity athletics programs through the duration of their respective seasons. Wood began his professional career in 1996 as a member of the athletic training staff at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point, N.Y.). Brenda VanderWel, P.A. Family Practice Aspen Creek Medical Associates

He took on a similar role at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000, where he was elevated to head football athletic trainer before accepting his most recent position at Fort Carson in May 2006.

Dr. Jeanna Derber Team Optometry Executive Park Eye Care

There 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). The 41-year-old Wood is a 1994 graduate of Purdue University.

COLORADO COLLEGE SPORTS MEDICINE

Originally from Lafayette, Ind., he went on to earn a master's degree

Ian Wood, MS, ATC, Coordinator of Sports Medicine (Women’s Soccer, Women’s Lacrosse); Cindy Endicott, ATC/PT, Coordinator of Rehabilitation Services (Cross Country, Track & Field); Jason Bushie, ATC (Hockey); Holly Fry, ATC (Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Lacrosse); Robyn Kadel, ATC (Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball); Tamineh Tolentino, ATC (Swimming & Diving, Tennis); Celina Swedlund, Athletic Insurance Coordinator.

in exercise physiology from the University of Pittsburgh before accepting the job at West Point in 1996. He and his wife, Lynn, are the parents of an eight-year-old son, Connor, and six-year old daughter, Isabelle.

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KEN RALPH

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS University of Alaska 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 a staff opening or diligently working behind the scenes on the latest leap forward involving sports and recreation at Colorado College, it is refreshingly obvious that Ken Ralph has infused a contagious spirit of enthusiasm, heightened sense of accountability and widespread commitment to excellence during his five 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 Athletic Hall of Fame. He earned his bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s in sports management studies from California University (Pa.). He and his wife, Mary, will celebrate their 17th anniversary in June.

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, perseverance and professionalism to see those dreams through to fruition. The school already has successfully launched a new, dynamic athletics Web site and implemented live video streaming of home games for nearly half of its 17 varsity programs during his tenure in office. And, within the next year, completion of the $27 million El Pomar Complex project and CC’s debut as a member of the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference will further attest to his effectuality.

GREG CAPELL

SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD

Now in his ninth year as associate director of athletics, Greg Capell serves as Colorado College's chief NCAA compliance officer and liaison with the school’s admissions office. He provides administrative oversight for 11 of CC’s 17 varsity programs – 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. He is a member of the athletics senior staff and also serves on numerous committees, both for athletics as well as campus-wide.

Ralph, who accepted his current position in July 2007, previously served as AD at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for five years. Like Colorado College, Rensselaer also is a Division III school with two Division I teams, so Ralph was no stranger to CC’s multi-divisional status upon his arrival. He’d been involved in January 2004 when the NCAA voted overwhelmingly in favor of amended legislation that permits both schools and six other Division III institutions to continue granting financial aid to student-athletes who compete on their Division I teams. For Colorado College, 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.

Capell brought a wealth of experience and professional diversity to Colorado Springs upon his arrival in July 2004. Prior to a five-year stint as AD at Division III Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, he worked at the University Minnesota – first as the director of athletics publications (1994-96) and then as an assistant to the director of men’s athletics (1996-99). A 1981 graduate of Loras, he stayed at his alma mater as an admissions counselor, assistant football and track & field coach for two years before accepting a position at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minn. He spent a full decade at St. Thomas, in a variety of roles including assistant football coach, assistant track & field coach, sports information director and assistant AD.

At CC, the 43-year-old Ralph now manages a department with a budget of more than $7 million. A member of the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation board of directors, he served as tournament director for the 2008 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey West Regional at the World Arena. CC and the Sports Corp were co-hosts of the event. He also ran two previous regionals – in 2004 and 2006, both in Albany, N.Y. – while at Rensselaer. Prior to his years at RPI, Ralph served as senior assistant athletic director, head swimming coach and head water polo coach at Connecticut College; director of aquatics, head swimming coach and physical education instructor at University of Evansville; assistant swim 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

In his position at Loras, Capell managed a department with a $1.8 million budget, and directed 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. Capell, who earned his master’s degree in athletics administration from St. Thomas in 1999, 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, who will turn 10 in January, and a three-year-old son, Gabriel. 22


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RALPH BERTRAND

Responsible for securing and maintaining sponsorship agreements,

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

she also oversees production of promotional materials including Ralph Bertrand, a tenured professor in the biol-

schedule cards, brochures, posters, magnets and giveaway items.

ogy department, has served as Colorado

Bennett, a native of Sherrill, N.Y., collaborates closely with World

College’s NCAA and WCHA faculty representa-

Arena personnel to ensure adequate staffing, security and conces-

tive since 1999. While he is ending his term as

sions at all home hockey events. Her duties related to Tiger Hockey

president of the NCAA Faculty Athletics

entail hiring, training, providing work direction and problem solving

Representative Association, he has accepted a

assistance for more than 30 student workers, will-call attendants,

lead role in organizing FARs from schools com-

program sellers and volunteers.

prising the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference that will make its debut in 2013-14.

SCOTT LOWENBERG

ASSOCIATE AD / EXTERNAL OPERATIONS

Bertrand joined the CC faculty in 1991, and in 1993 earned distinction honoring him as a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur

Scott Lowenberg has served on the athletics

Professor. He has received many prestigious citations, including the

staff at Colorado College since December 2005.

Botanical Society of America’s Margaret Menzel Award in Genetics

He oversees the corporate sponsorship pro-

(1993), the University of California's Presidents Postdoctoral

gram, all marketing and sales campaigns, the

Fellowship and the National Hispanic Scholarship. He has written or

licensing of merchandise, and the Tiger Pride

co-authored numerous publications, abstracts and book reviews, and

Fund and Center Ice Club fundraising organi-

is a longtime consultant for the National Institute of Health/General

zations. He also directs the campaign that has

Medical Sciences Committee for Genetics.

increased sponsorship cash revenue by more than 80 percent to its current annual total of

Before arriving at Colorado College, Bertrand spent four years (1987-

more than $400,000 and in excess of $3 mil-

91) as a research associate at the University of California, Berkeley,

lion total spanning the last eight years.

preceded by five years as a research assistant at University of California, Riverside (1982-87). He was named Outstanding Teaching

In 2006, he created the CC Tiger Sports Radio Network and negotiat-

Assistant at the University of Nevada, Reno in 1982, was cited in the

ed the flagship station agreement with what is now The Alternative

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers in 1998, and received an

103.9 RXP. Radio network affiliates also include KSBV 93.7 FM in

award for teaching and service in Colorado School District 14 in 2003.

Salida and KNFO 106.1, 105.5 and 94.1 in Aspen, Vail and Eagle. Lowenberg also has increased television exposure for CC hockey by

Bertrand is a 1978 graduate of the University of Nevada-Reno,

negotiating agreements with the CBS Sports Network, NBC Sports

where he received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology before

Network, Root Sports, Fox Sports Net, ESPNU, Altitude, KOAA-NBC,

going on to earn his Ph.D. in botany from UC-Riverside. He and his

KKTV-CBS, CET and KXTU-The CW.

wife, Dianne, live in Cascade, Colo., west of Colorado Springs on

Responsible for conceptualizing, planning and carrying out all game-

the northern slope of Pikes Peak.

day activities and promotions, Lowenberg’s office annually receives

JESSICA BENNETT

national and local accolades for its radio and TV marketing cam-

DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

paigns. In fact, for the 2008-09 academic year, his staff won six The 2012-13 academic year marks Jessica

awards (three gold and three silver) – more than any other NCAA

Bennett’s eighth as a member of the athletics

program in the country – from the National Association of

marketing staff at Colorado College, where

Collegiate Marketing Administrators. Lowenberg also manages sea-

she handles a multitude of behind-the-scenes

son, group and single-game ticket sales for Tiger Hockey, which

functions involving all 17 of the school’s

remains the top winter collegiate event in the state of Colorado as

NCAA Division I and III varsity programs.

well as a consistent top six nationally in college hockey attendance.

In addition to managing game-day master

A native of Iowa, Lowenberg previously served as assistant vice presi-

charts along with specific aspects of ticketing

dent and general manager for Tulane University International Sports

for CC’s most visible sports, as well as opera-

Properties (ISP), after earlier holding assistant AD positions at

tions for the Tiger Pride Fund and Athletics Hall of Fame, Bennett is

Northern Illinois University and the University of Maine. He is a

the go-to person for licensing and merchandise, community events,

1993 graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, where he

advertising campaigns and matters relating to the Center Ice Club.

also went on to earn a master’s degree.

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AREA CODE 719 PRESIDENT .................................................................................................Jill Tiefenthaler NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE ..............................................................Ralph Bertrand DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ..................................................................................Ken Ralph SENIOR ASSOCIATE AD .................................................................................. Greg Capell Athletics Department Phones..........................................................389-6475, 389-6476 Athletics Department Fax .................................................................................389-6873

JANE NEWBERRY Athletics Office Supervisor

MIKE DEMARTINI Assistant Marketing Director

ASSOCIATE AD / EXTERNAL OPERATIONS ............................................. Scott Lowenberg Athletics Department Phones.....................................................389-6111, -6476, -6336 Hockey Tickets ................................................................................................389-6324 Web Address..................................................................................www.CCTigers.com

NANCY LUTHER Athletics Staff Assistant

ATHLETICS DEPT. OFFICE SUPERVISOR .....................................................Jane Newberry ATHLETICS DEPT. STAFF ASSISTANT ............................................................Nancy Luther Athletics Department Phones..........................................................389-6475, 389-6476 Athletics Department Fax .................................................................................389-6873 World Arena Box Office....................................................................................576-2626 HEAD COACH ..................................................................................................Scott Owens Alma Mater .....................................................................................Colorado College ’79 Record at CC .................................................................................299-185-43/12 years Overall Record (Collegiate) ......................................................................................Same Office Phones (CC, CSWA)..............................................................389-6480, 477-2181

DOUG PAYTON Equipment Room Manager

ASSISTANT COACH..........................................................................................Joe Bonnett Alma Mater....................................................................................Western Michigan ’93 Office Phones (CC, CSWA)..............................................................389-6479, 477-2180

ANDY OBRINGER Coordinator of Sports Services

ASSISTANT COACH ...............................................................................................Eric Rud Alma Mater .....................................................................................Colorado College ’97 Office Phones (CC, CSWA)..............................................................389-6484, 477-2182

COLORADO COLLEGE QUICK FACTS

VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH ................................................................Terry Kleisinger Alma Mater ...............................................................................................Wisconsin ’84

LOCATION .................................................................................Colorado Springs, Colorado FOUNDED ..................................................................................................................1874

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH ..........................................................Scott Caulfield Alma Mater.............................................................Castleton State College (Vermont) ’00

ENROLLMENT...........................................................................................................2,000 TEAM NICKNAME.....................................................................................................Tigers

TEAM TRAINER..............................................................................................Jason Bushie Office Phones (CC, CSWA)..............................................................389-6488, 477-2183

SCHOOL COLORS ...........................................................................................Black & Gold

HOCKEY EQUIPMENT MANAGER .................................................................Spud Hamilton Office Phone (CSWA) .......................................................................................477-2184

HOCKEY NATIONAL AFFILIATION ...............................................................NCAA Division I CONFERENCE ...........................................................Western Collegiate Hockey Association

CC EQUIPMENT ROOM MANAGER..................................................................Doug Payton Office Phone ...................................................................................................389-6489

2011-12 RECORD (OVERALL) ..............................................................................18-16-2 2011-12 WCHA RECORD/FINISH...........................................................15-12-1/5th place

ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Director (Primary Hockey Contact) ................................................................Dave Moross Office Phone/E-mail ....................................389-6755/dave.moross@coloradocollege.edu Associate Director...........................................................................................Dave Reed Office Phone/E-mail ........................................389-6105/dave.reed@coloradocollege.edu Media Relations Fax ........................................................................................389-6256

TRIPS TO NCAA TOURNAMENT ....................................................................................20 Most Recent...........................................................................................................2011 HOME RINK...........................................................................Colorado Springs World Arena Opened ....................................................................................................January, 1998 Seating Capacity....................................................................................................7,380 Ice Surface Dimensions ............................................................................100 x 200 feet BOX OFFICE PHONE..................................................................................(719) 576-2626 PRESS BOX PHONE...................................................................................(719) 540-6520

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DAVE MOROSS

DAVE REED ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Dave Moross has served as director of athletic

Dave Reed, now in his 14th year at Colorado

media relations at Colorado College since

College, handles media relations duties for

1986. He previously worked as a writer and

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

assistant sports editor at the Colorado Springs

15 Division III programs. He also manages

Sun newspaper, where his duties included

the athletics department Web site on a

covering Tiger teams for eight seasons through

year-round basis, as well as coordinating

the mid-1980s.

the live video streaming of Tiger sports.

A charter member of the CC Athletics Hall of

A member of the College Sports Information

Fame selection committee, Moross has publi-

Directors of America, Reed recently complet-

cized the accomplishments of 23 hockey players who have earned a

ed a three-year term as a College Division Representative on the

total of 28 All-America honors during his tenure at the school. He

organization’s board of directors and was an original member of

also coordinated promotional campaigns that culminated in Peter

the College Division Management Council. He now is a vice-chair

Sejna (2003) and Marty Sertich (2005) winning the Hobey Baker

of the CoSIDA Membership Committee, serves on the Program

Memorial Award.

Committee for the organization's annual convention and is a member of the Division III Leadership Group that helps select the Capital

He served as media coordinator for the 2004 and 2008 NCAA Hockey

One Academic All-America Teams. He also is in the final year of a

West Regionals held at the Colorado Springs World Arena, and has

three-year term on the NCAA Statistics and Records Advisory Board.

worked as a statistician for NHL and college hockey telecasts by ESPN,

Reed was honored by the American Volleyball Coaches Association

Fox Sports, CBS and a variety of other networks.

as recipient of its prestigious Grant Burger Media Award for the

A member of the College Sports Information Directors of America,

2009-2010 academic year in recognition of his work as a national

Moross oversees press-box activity at all Tiger Hockey home games, as

NCAA Division I volleyball columnist for ESPN.com.

well as writing, editing and distributing press releases throughout the

The public address announcer for the CC volleyball, men’s and

season. He is heavily involved with keeping the athletics Web site up

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

to date year-round.

last 11 years, he also was behind the microphone when the U.S.

He also has assisted annually in press-box operations at the Western

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

Collegiate Hockey Association’s premier event – the WCHA Final Five

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

in St. Paul, Minn.

at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing. Prior to his arrival at CC, he worked in athletic media relations at the

Moross is a graduate of Michigan State University, where he earned a

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

bachelor’s degree in advertising communications. A native of the

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

Detroit area, he has served as a contributing writer and done freelance

coordinator for several Big East, Midwestern Collegiate Conference

work for several national magazines during his professional career.

and NCAA Division I championships.

An avid hiker and mountain climber, Moross moved to Colorado in

He left Notre Dame in 1996 to join USA TODAY.com and serve as a

1974. He and his wife, Amy, are actively involved in a local support

content editor/stringer manager for three years. He was part of an

group affiliated with the National Parkinson Foundation. Between

11-member team that specialized in the coverage of collegiate ath-

them, they have five grown daugthers and five grandchildren.

letics, emphasizing basketball, football, ice hockey and volleyball.

STAFF/ASSISTANTS

A 1991 graduate of the University of Dayton with a degree in communications, Reed is a native of Piqua, Ohio. He and his wife, Gerri Anne,

DIRECTOR....................................................................................................Dave Moross

were married in May 2005 and are the parents of a son, Jackson.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR....................................................................................Dave Reed SPORTS INFORMATION ASSISTANT ......................................................Brooke Babcock HOCKEY PRESS BOX VOLUNTEERS Jay Beeton, Greg Cook, Heather Croze, Dave Fischer, Charlie Shub STUDENT ASSISTANTS Maddy Bush, Ryan Hedges, Kevin Lowe, Malcolm Perkins-Smith 25


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CC ALL-TIME RECORD 73 SEASONS Games Played (Overall): 2,346 Games Played (League): 1,564

CC RECORD IN NCAA PLAYOFFS W-L-T 1,123-1,109-114 664-826-74

WIN% .503 .448

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 Since blazing into a new era with the opening of the Colorado

NCAA Tournaments and co-founding of the WCHA, the school has

Springs World Arena in January 1998, Tiger Hockey has continued

influenced college hockey’s growth from infancy. Commitment.

to solidify its position among the nation’s most elite Division I

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

programs. With six league titles, 17 home-ice playoff berths and

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

12 NCAA tournament bids tucked away since 1994, Colorado

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

College keeps adding chapter after chapter to its

across the nation aspire to imitate.

fabled history.

Humble Beginnings

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

Colorado College Hockey got its start in January of 1938, when

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

the Broadmoor Hotel converted its seldom-used indoor

umes for the modern-day version of a program that has

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

spanned eight decades. Sure, when Scott Owens took over

originally called the Broadmoor Ice Palace, served as CC’s

as head coach in 1999, he inherited a perennial power-

home for 55 seasons before being demolished at the con-

house. But where does the tale really begin? How has

clusion of the 1993-94 campaign. In 2012-13 the Tigers

little Colorado College, a private liberal arts and sci-

entered their 54th and final season as a member of the

ences college with an enrollment of barely 2,000 stu-

Western Collegiate Hockey Association, as well as their

dents, maintained such elite status in a sport filled

74th overall, with an all-time record of 1,123-1,109-114 in

with Division I giants?

2,346 games played against outside competition.

Two concepts come to mind: Tradition. From its

The Tigers have claimed the Gold Pan 11 times in its 19 years of existence. The trophy is awarded to the regular-season winner between Colorado College and the University of Denver.

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

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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 21 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 years helped vault CC to national prominence. While several New

One for the Ages Spring of 2010 marked the 60th 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. Three second period goals – including a pair by Harry BOB SCARLETT

Whitworth and Carl Lawrence just 12 seconds apart, had wiped

CHICK ROSS

out a 1-0 deficit and given CC a 3-1 lead over Boston University entering the final frame.

England students with backgrounds in high school hockey joined 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

single period in the history of Tiger Hockey.

second year at the school, he brought four more Canadian players 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 net minder 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 tallies altogether, struck for three of them in the third-

With Livingston at the helm, those players helped the

period uprising while Ron Hartwell and Tony Frasca

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

each notched a pair. Whitworth, who added his

their first-ever intercollegiate series early during the 193940 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

by the way, remains to this day the program’s all-

and the University of Southern California, champion of

time leading goal producer with 112 overall for his

the Pacific Coast League, that season. Enthusiasm reached

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 World Arena 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

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

its name to the Western Inter-

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

collegiate Hockey League in 1953.

Cheddy Thompson, who came to Colorado Springs when he was

Other charter members were the

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

University of Denver, Michigan,

coaching duties in the fall of 1945 and held the position for

Michigan State, Michigan Tech,

the next decade.

Minnesota and North Dakota. The WIHL evolved to become the

In cooperation with the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado College

Western Collegiate Hockey

sponsored the first National Collegiate Athletic Association Hockey

Association in November of 1959,

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

with the present-day WCHA

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

consisting of five of its original

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

TONY FRASCA

Thompson was at the helm when CC won its first NCAA champi-

seven teams plus the University of Alaska Anchorage, Bemidji State,

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

Minnesota-Duluth, Minnesota State, Nebraska-Omaha, St. Cloud

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

State and the University of Wisconsin.

Hockey 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

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.

In 2007-08 the Tigers reclaimed possession of the fabled MacNaughton Trophy as WCHA regular-season champions. It was their ninth title overall, third in five years and sixth since 1994. They won an unprecedented three consecutive crowns in the mid-1990s (1993-94, ’95-96 and ’96-97). CC’s three previous league titles came in the 1950s (1951-52, ’54-55 and ’56-57). In 1956-57 Colorado College also wrapped up its second NCAA championship under coach Tom Bedecki.

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) – have earned WCHA

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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SCORE

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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 1-2

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

Coach of the Year honors. Matchefts (2007) and Sauer (2003) 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. Lucia (1993-94) and Tony Frasca (1962-63) each were named national Coach of the Year by the U.S. Hockey Coaches Association. Still another, 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

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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 a 12-year-old son, Tyler, and nine-year-old 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 entered the Colorado Sport Hall of Fame earlier this year 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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PLAYER

POSITION

YEARS AT CC

Richard Bachman Rick Boh Bob Collyard Joey Crabb Dave Delich Rob Doyle Andy Gambucci Dan Griffin Jack Hillen Roy Ikola Doug Lidster Bob Lindberg Vern Mott Doug Palazzari Toby Petersen Chris Ray Ed Robson Bob Rompre Peter Sejna Steve Sertich Greg Smith Mark Stuart Jim Warner

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

2007-09 World Championships, 2012 1983-87 World Championships (Canada), 1987 1968-71 World Championships, 1978, ’79 2002-06 World Championships, 2012 1975-79 World Championships, 1983 1983-87 Olympics (Austria), 1994 1949-53 Olympics, 1952 1971-75 Olympics, 1976 2004-08 World Championships, 2010 1946-50 Olympics, 1948 1979-83 Olympics (Canada), 1984; World Championships (Canada), 1999 1964-67 World Championships, 1970, ’71, ’73 1976-77 Olympics (Norway), 1988 1970-74 World Championships, 1973, ’74 1996-00 World Championships, 2007 1947-51 World Championships, 1947 1951-54 World Championships, 1955 1950-51, ’53-56 World Championships, 1950; Olympics, 1952 2000-03 World Championships (Slovakia), 2003 1970-74 World Championships, 1973-75; Olympics, 1976 1973-76 World Championships, 1977, ’79 2002-05 World Championships, 2008, 2011 1974-78 World Championships, 1975, ’76, ’78

COMPETITION

JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITORS FROM CC YEAR

PLAYER

POSITION

YEARS AT CC

1978

Dave Feamster Jeff Lundgren Jeff Lundgren Marc Pettygrove Scott Schneider Doug Wieck Brian Bruininks Brian Swanson Dan Peters Toby Petersen Toby Petersen Justin Morrison Peter Sejna (Slovakia) Mike Stuart Brett Sterling Mark Stuart Brett Sterling Mark Stuart Bill Sweatt Bill Sweatt Jaden Schwartz (Canada) Jaden Schwartz (Canada)

Defense Defense Defense Defense Forward Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward

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 2002-05 2006-10 2006-10 2010-12 2010-12

1979 1985 1990 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2007 2008 2011 2012

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

Bob Mancini, a former Colorado College forward (1978-82), served as an assistant coach for Team USA at the Junior World Championships in 1998 and 1999. Jeff Sauer, who played for (1962-65) and coached (1971-82) the Tigers, was an assistant for the American squad in 2003. Jaden Schwartz (2012) and Mark Stuart (2002) have served as team captains. Mancini earlier served as an assistant coach for Team USA at the World Championships in 1997.

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HISTORY OF CC HOCKEY University, and now the new Division I/Big Ten program at Penn State starting in 2013-14. CC has launched dozens of players into the professional ranks during the last six decades. While 36 former Tigers had played in the NHL prior to the 2012-13 season, several more are destined to make their debuts at the sport’s highest level in the near future. Two Colorado College products – Bill “Red” Hay with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1961 and Doug Lidster with the New York Rangers in 1994 as well with the Dallas Stars in 1999 – have had their names engraved on the Stanley Cup. Tom Preissing reached the Cup finals with the Ottawa Senators in 2007. Preissing and Gord Whitaker, meanwhile, are among very few North Americans ever to compete in the Russian Elite League, while recent grads Addison DeBoer and Scott Thauwald have taken their talents to Australia. Many others, including Hobey Baker Award winners Peter Sejna and Marty Sertich, are competing in Europe. Tiger Hockey also is well represented in the Colorado College Athletics Hall of Fame. In fact, the entire 1949-50 national champiSTEVE SERTICH

onship team was inducted in 1998. Hay, a former president of the

DAVE DELICH

Calgary Flames, earlier became a charter inductee in April of 1995. Doug Palazzari, who spent most of his professional career with Salt Lake City of the Central Hockey League and in 1997 was honored as the CHL’s all-time greatest player, became a member in 2000 after

The 2012-13 campaign marks CC’s 54th and final season as a member of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, which the Tigers helped establish more than six decades ago.

serving as executive director of USA Hockey. Dave Delich, CC’s career points leader, joined the HOF in 2002 while Gambucci, who skated for the 1950 NCAA champs but starred as a baseball and football player as well, was honored on an individual basis in 2004. Lidster followed suit in 2009. Delich, Hay and Palazarri, along with fellow Colorado College alumni Eddie Mio and Brian Swanson, also were recognized 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 World Arena on Feb. 27, 2010.

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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

1950

1951

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.

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

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 first-ever meeting between the two archrivals-to-be. 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 in the last 16 seasons while advancing to the Frozen Four in 1996, 1997 and 2005.

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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

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 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.

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

2000

The Tigers and World Arena learn that 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

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 becoming CC’s second Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner in three years.

2006

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

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. 34

2010

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, Colorado College 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. Later that summer, in July, CC announces that it will leave the WCHA after the 2012-13 season and be a founding member of the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference starting in 2013-14.

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 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.


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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 Doug Kirton Judd Lambert Doug Lidster Peter Lindgren Dean Magee Paul Manning Scott McCulloch Curtis McElhinney Eddie Mio Justin Morrison Brent Mowery Mark Olsen Scott Owens Toby Petersen Richard Petiot Derek Pizzey Trevor Pochipinski Chic Pojar* Scott Polaski Jody Praznik* Chad Rau Mike Reilly Brian Salcido

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 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 Calgary Flames Colorado Rockies Pittsburgh Penguins Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks Los Angeles Kings Chicago Blackhawks Phoenix Coyotes Detroit Red Wings Toronto Maple Leafs Montreal Canadiens Mighty Ducks of Anaheim

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 1986 1993 1980 1980 1975 1998 2004 2002 1974 1998 1985 1986 1979 1998 2001 1987 1986 1988 2001 1988 2005 1977 2005

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 12 9 6 9 8 3 6 6 7 3 7 8 (S) 9 4 (S) 8 8 6 9 7 8 5

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) 163 236 221 133 180 130 62 165 176 124 81 144 163 244 116 170 155 180 185 228 140 141 continued next page

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SCOTT POLASKI Drafted 2001

COLIN STUART Drafted 2001

JOEY CRABB Drafted 2002

BRADY GRECO Drafted 2003

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DRAFTED BY

YEAR

ROUND/TEAM PICK

OVERALL PICK

Colin Schmidt Scott Schneider Jaden Schwartz 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

Edmonton Oilers Winnipeg Jets St. Louis Blues California Seals Atlanta Thrashers Atlanta Thrashers Winnipeg Jets 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

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

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

190 93 14 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

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Colorado College and the Hobey Baker Memorial Award by Dave Moross 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 2011 event will take place at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., on April 8, the day before

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.

the national championship game. PETER SEJNA

The award was initiated more than three decades ago, in 1981.

An impressive field of candidates, representing Division I schools 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 the

HOBEY BAKER RECIPIENTS

presentation ceremony, is announced prior to the Frozen Four. The

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

winner is kept secret until the moment his name is announced 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.......................................................................................Boston College Jack Connolly...............................................................................Minnesota Duluth


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JAY McNEILL ’96

Photo by Mark Hicks/Westside Photographic

Photo by Ed Goldstein

PETER GERONAZZO ’96

BRIAN SWANSON ’99

Past CC Hobey Baker Nominees

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

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

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

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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PREVIEWING THE 2012-13 SEASON

Time to Pick Up the Slack Veterans and Rookies Need to Step In and Fill the Voids by Dave Moross Losing 40 percent of the team’s scoring to graduation and other

good, skilled player. Jared Hanson had a big-time season at Lincoln

attritional circumstances is nothing new for Colorado College. Just

last year. Hunter Fejes is a young bull who’s got a chance to play.

as many of their colleagues nationwide, Scott Owens and his staff

Maric is more of a role player who just won a championship with

face that challenge on an almost yearly basis. They simply look for

Green Bay. The two defensemen, Finch and King, have the potential

returning veterans to step up to the plate, reload with reinforce-

to contribute as well.”

ments and move on.

The group joins 20 returning players who, for the most part, will

It’s all part of the cycle.

need to assume new roles in the absence of key personnel from last season. The most noticeable among the missing will be 2011-12 All-

So, when Owens sees names such as Jaden Schwartz, Gabe Guentzel

American Schwartz, who led the team in scoring as a freshman

and Nick Dineen missing from CC’s 2012-13 roster, he looks at the

(17g,30a) and sophomore (15g26a) before signing a contract with

situation more as an opportunity than a cause for concern.

the St. Louis Blues last March. “It’s going to be a good mix of seniors all the way through to the freshmen, and we’re probaSenior winger Rylan Schwartz (left) returns after scoring a team-leading 23 goals in 2011-12.

bly going to play the younger guys more,” said Owens, who heads into his 14th season at the helm just one shy of 300 career victories. “We did that two years ago, and last season we just ended up going with a bit more of an older lineup. This year I think we’ll give our newcomers, along with some of those sophomores who didn’t get to play a lot their first year, more of a chance. You might see a couple of the freshmen struggle early on, but I think by Christmas they’re going to be full-fledged veterans.” The incoming class of six features four forwards. The Tigers plucked three of them – Cody Bradley (Dubuque Fighting Saints), Jared Hanson (Lincoln Stars) and Peter Maric (Green Bay Gamblers) – from top-tier USHL teams. The fourth – Hunter Fejes from Shattuck St. Mary’s prep school in Minnesota – was a sixth-round draft pick of the NHL’s Phoenix Coyotes in June.

Junior defenseman Eamonn McDermott, who will serve as an alternate team captain this season, hopes to join Mike Boivin in providing some offense from the blue line.

At the blue line, Russell Finch, at 6-feet, 205 pounds, and Michael

But his brother, Rylan, is back after leading Colorado College with

King, at 6-4, 230, add significant muscle and size to a defensive

23 tallies as a junior. The older Schwartz, who has amassed 106

corps led by seniors Mike Boivin and Joe Marciano. FInch is a two-

career points (39g,67a) while factoring in on the game-winning goal

year veteran of the North American Hockey League (Fairbanks Ice

in 24 of CC’s 60 victories the last three years, joins classmates

Dogs and St. Louis Bandits), while King has labored at the Junior A

Andrew Hamburg, William Rapuzzi and Scott Winkler as the team’s

level in both Alberta (Lloydminster Bobcats) and British Columbia

most experienced offensive threats up front. The latter three com-

(Westside Warriors).

bined for 48 points (14g,34a) in ‘11-12 and are hoping to emerge as

“Every one of these kids comes from a winning program,” Owens

more dominant forces.

said. “So there are those nuances, some of those intangibles, that

Slowed by off-season hip surgery earlier, Hamburg finished strong

come with that. I think Cody Bradley has a chance to be a very

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ultimately set the stage for CC to reclaim the Gold Pan in its rivalry

times his first two campaigns before slipping to just three tallies as a

with the University of Denver.

junior. Winkler, a third-round draft pick of the Dallas Stars in 2009,

“He had a really good year,” the coach said. “A lot of his goals were

has the potential to build on the 24 points (7g,17a) he put up during

big goals, so you tend to remember them, but I’d like to see him be

his junior season despite a fracture in his hand that severely hindered

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his ability to shoot for the last seven weeks of the 2011-12 campaign.

goals and 18 assists. He’s going to be given that opportunity.

In addition to the early departure of Jaden Schwartz, along with

Inside the blue line, the most conspicuous absentee will Guentzel, a

2012 graduates Dineen (14g,12a), Daid Civitarese (8g,2a) and Tim

second-team All-WCHA selection whose 26 points (4g,22a) topped the

Hall (5g,3a), CC also will remain without the services of left wing

team’s “D” corp. Arthur Bidwill, who made 15 of his 20 appearances

Dakota Eveland (3g,5a) in 2012-13. Eveland, now a junior, under-

last season from mid-January on, and Ted Behrend, who played in

went neck surgery in March after an injury sidelined him for the

only three games last season, also graduated, passing the torch to

final 13 games of his recent sophomore season.

Boivin, Marciano and junior Eamonn McDermott for new leadership. While Guentzel typically played between 25 and 27 minutes a game, does not anticipate depending on any one of those three to follow suit. He does have expectations from them, however.

“It could be across the board in terms of who’s going to contribute and help make up the slack.” — Scott Owens “I’m not sure we’re going to have anybody who plays those kind of minutes,” he said. “Ideally, we want to spread the minutes out more evenly for everybody. I do think that Marciano and Boivin are going to play very key roles as senior defensemen – Boivin a little more offensively, and hopefully, Joe can regain a little more of his form

Among Alexander Krushelnyski’s 10 goals as a sophomore in 2011-12 was the game winner against archrival Denver on a penalty shot in overtime.

from his sophomore year, when he was a really, really strong defending defenseman.”

Four of his classmates – Jeff Collett, Alexander Krushelnyski,

McDermott, who collected 14 points (2g,12a) in 44 outings as a

Michael Morin and Archie Skalbeck – will compete for spots on the

freshman in 2010-11, saw his whose offensive contribution slip to

team’s top four lines with the four seniors, while sophomores Jordan

10 (2g,8a) last season when he missed nine of CC’s 36 games due to

DiGiando, Charlie Taft and Scott Wamsganz battle with the group of

an injury. He joins seniors Marciano and Rylan Schwartz as alternate

newcomers for a chance to contribute to the offensive attack.

captains in 2012-13.

“It could be across the board,” said Owens, “in terms of who’s going

Boivin established himself as a bona fide offensive threat in ’11-12,

to contribute and help make up the slack.”

scoring eight goals and nearly doubling his points total of the previ-

Krushelnyski enjoyed somewhat of a breakout season in ’11-12, com-

ous two years combined. Twenty-one (6g,15a) of his 25 points came

piling 20 points (10g,10a) in 36 games, while Collett chipped in with

in league play, ranking him seventh among all WCHA defensemen,

10 (5g,5a). After lighting the lamp nine times as a rookie in 2010-11,

ahead of teammate Guentzel. Rounding out the eight-man crew pro-

Skalbeck slumped to a single goal in 31 outings as a sophomore. And,

tecting goaltenders Joe Howe, Josh Thorimbert and Courtney

if Morin can stay healthy, he should see an increase in ice time after

Lockwood this season, in addition to the two freshmen, are sopho-

appearing in only 15 games his first two years as a Tiger.

mores Aaron Harstad, Peter Stoykewych and Ian Young. Harstad

Of the four returning juniors, Owens has the highest hopes for

logged six assists in 29 games as a rookie, while Stoykewych and

Krushelnyski, whose penalty-shot goal in overtime early last December

Young recorded three each in 26 and 10 appearances, respectively.

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“Harstad and Stoykewych played a lot of minutes and I think they

After entertaining the University of British Columbia in an exhibi-

showed pretty good improvement,” Owens said of the two

tion on Sunday, Oct. 7, the Tigers officially open their final season as

Winnipeg Jets draftees. “Harstad ended up playing with a lot of con-

a member of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association with a non-

fidence toward the end, and I thought he had a really good fresh-

conference series against Clarkston University on Oct. 12 and 13 at

man year. Peter ended up not getting as many minutes at the end of

the World Arena. They don’t actually start league action until the

the year because Bidwill was playing so well. There’s definitely a

first weekend of November, with a two-game set at Wisconsin.

place for Peter Stoykewych in our top six now. Ian Young was a little bit the odd man out last year. But I think he’s working very hard and that people are going to like him when they see him play on a regular basis.” Between the pipes, Colorado College simply will be looking for more consistency out of the chute. After a 4-0 start in 2011-12, Howe finished 5-8-1 in net with a 3.48 goals-against average and .882 saves percentage. In the end, it turned out to be a frustrating year for the workhorse who backstopped 35 victories for CC the previous two seasons combined. Thorimbert, on the Josh Thorimbert, upper right, returns for his junior year after leading all WCHA goaltenders with a .735 winning percentage (12-4-1) and .928 saves percentage in conference play during the 2011-12 season.

other hand, overcame some early struggles, caught fire in midDecember and wound up leading all WCHA

Junior Archie Skalbeck and senior William Rapuzzi, left, both will look to find the back of the net more in 2012-13 after combining for just four goals between them in ‘11-12.

goaltenders with a .735 winning percentage (12-4-1) and .928 saves ratio in league play. He earned thirdteam All-WCHA accolades and returns this fall with a two-year

Following a six-game home stand highlighted by back-to-back series

record of 18-12-2 (.594), as well as a career GAA of 2.42.

against North Dakota and Minnesota in early December, CC plays

“Joe’s a competitor,” Owens said of Howe. “He just battles and com-

nine of its next 11 games on the road through mid-February. The

petes. I know he’ll come back and want to put together a really good

only two home dates during that span are on Jan. 18 and 19, when

senior year...Obviously, Josh (Thorimbert) is that younger guy who

Minnesota Duluth visits Colorado Springs. In addition to the two

made a pretty good statement the second half of the year. I was really

contests against Clarkston, the non-league slate includes an early trip

happy with what Courtney (Lockwood) contributed to the program,

up-state New York for a pair of outings against Cornell University,

too, as our third goaltender – a guy who worked extremely hard in

along with single games with Air Force at Cadet Ice Arena as well as

practice and somebody with whom we became comfortable.”

UMass-Lowell, Yale and New Hampshire at the CSWA.

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2012-13 ROSTER

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

PLAYER (SHOOTS/CATCHES) FINCH, Russell (R) KING, Michael (R) MARCIANO, Joe (R) HARSTAD, Aaron (L) STOYKEWYCH, Peter (L) McDERMOTT, Eamonn (R) BRADLEY, Cody (L) FEJES, Hunter (L) SKALBECK, Archie (L) SCHWARTZ, Rylan (L) DiGIANDO, Jordan (R) HAMBURG, Andrew (R) KRUSHELNYSKI, Alexander (L) TAFT, Charlie (R) WAMSGANZ, Scott (L) MORIN, Michael (L) YOUNG, Ian (L) COLLETT, Jeff (R) MARIC, Peter (L) HANSON, Jared (R) WINKLER, Scott (R) RAPUZZI, William (R) BOIVIN, Michael (R) LOCKWOOD, Courtney (L) HOWE, Joe (L) THORIMBERT, Josh (L)

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

HGT 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-9 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-11

WGT 192 227 210 208 204 183 167 192 167 205 170 202 180 192 212 192 195 186 184 188 217 200 190 195 188 193

DOB 8/11/91 1/22/93 1/19/90 4/27/92 7/14/92 12/17/91 5/26/94 5/31/94 7/19/91 1/8/90 5/10/91 6/17/89 11/14/90 9/12/91 4/27/92 7/2/91 1/19/92 9/20/90 12/11/92 1/24/93 2/22/90 2/5/90 11/22/90 5/9/90 3/5/90 10/9/92

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AGE 21 19 22 20 20 20 18 18 21 22 21 23 21 21 20 21 20 22 19 19 22 22 21 22 22 20

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

HOMETOWN Casper, Wyo. Prince George, B.C. Alta Loma, Calif. Stevens Point, Wis. Winnipeg, Man. Shaker Heights, Ohio Tampa, Fla. Anchorage, Alaska Hopkins, Minn. Wilcox, Sask. Gahanna, Ohio Phoenix, Ariz. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Edina, Minn. Anchorage, Alaska Plymouth, Minn. Missouri City, Texas Calgary, Alta. Milwaukee, Wis. Palmer, Alaska Asker, Norway Anchorage, Alaska Delta, B.C. Breckenridge, Colo. Plymouth, Minn. Saskatoon, Sask.

LAST TEAM 2 Fairbanks Ice Dogs Lloydminster Bobcats Omaha Lancers Green Bay Gamblers Des Moines Buccaneers Fargo Force Dubuque Fighting Saints Shattuck St. Mary’s Hopkins High School Notre Dame Hounds Dubuque Fighting Saints St. Louis Bandits Sioux City Musketeers Muskegon Lumberjacks Dubuque Fighting Saints Breck School Fargo Force Calgary Royals Green Bay Gamblers Lincoln Stars Cedar Rapids Roughriders Green Bay Gamblers Nanaimo Clippers Springfield Pics Waterloo Blackhawks Kindersley Klippers


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RETURNING PLAYERS: 20

10 28 21 14 11 3 24 15 5 31 2 16 29 4 22 7 19 27 13 12 6 17 39 18 25 20

FORWARDS (11):

*Jordan DiGiando (0g,0a) **Alexander Krushelnyski (10g,10a) **William Rapuzzi (3g,12a) **Archie Skalbeck (1g,4a) *Scott Wamsganz (0g,1a) **Scott Winkler (7g,17a) DEFENSEMEN (6): ***Michael Boivin (8g,17a) *Aaron Harstad (0g,6a) ***Joe Marciano (3g,8a) **Eamonn McDermott (2g,8a) Peter Stoykewych (0g,3a) *Ian Young (0g,3a) GOALIES (3): ***Joe Howe (5-8-1, 3.48 GAA, .882 Svs%) *Courtney Lockwood (0-0-0, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 Svs%) **Josh Thorimbert (13-8-1, 2.35 GAA, .924 Svs%)

BRADLEY, Cody.....................................................................................SHWORTS BOIVIN, Michael.........................................................................................BOY-vin COLLETT, Jeff...........................................................................................Coe-LET DiGIANDO, Jordan ..........................................................................Dee-JOHN-doe FEJES, Hunter............................................................................................FEE-jiss FINCH, Russell .............................................................................................FINCH HANSON, Jared........................................................................................HAN-sun HAMBURG, Andrew ................................................................................HAM-berg HARSTAD, Aaron .....................................................................................HAR-stad HOWE, Joe ....................................................................................................HOW KING, Michael ................................................................................................KING KRUSHELNYSKI, Alexander ..........................................................Crucial-NISS-kee LOCKWOOD, Courtney .........................................................................LOCK-wood MARCIANO, Joe...........................................................................Mar-see-AHH-no MARIC, Peter..........................................................................................MARE-ick McDERMOTT, Eamonn.......................................................................Mc-DER-met MORIN, Michael .......................................................................................MORE-in RAPUZZI, William..............................................................................Ruh-POOZ-ee SCHWARTZ, Rylan ..................................................................................BRAD-lee SKALBECK, Archie ..............................................................................SKAHL-beck STOYKEWYCH, Peter ....................................................................STOY-kuh-which TAFT,Charlie ..................................................................................................TAFT THORIMBERT, Josh..........................................................................THOR-im-bert WAMSGANZ, Scott ...........................................................................WHAMZ-ganz WINKLER, Scott .......................................................................................WINK-ler YOUNG, Ian...................................................................................................YUNG

* denotes letters earned

Last season’s goals and assists in parentheses

NEWCOMERS: 6 FORWARDS (4):

Cody Bradley (5-10, 167) Jared Hanson (6-0, 190) DEFENSEMEN (2): Russell Finch (5-11, 192)

Hunter Fejes (6-1, 192) Peter Maric (5-11, 184) Michael King (6-4, 227)

PLAYERS LOST FROM 2011-12 ROSTER: 8 FORWARDS (5):

David Civitarese (8g,2a) Dakota Eveland (3g,5a)

DEFENSEMEN (3): Ted Behrend (0g,0a)

2012-13 HOTEL INFORMATION FOR ROAD TRIPS Holiday Inn Downtown 222 S. Cayuga St., Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 272-1000 Doubletree Hotel University of Wisconsin 525 W. Johnson St., Madison, WI 53703 November 2 & 3, 2012 (608) 251-5511 Le St-Germain Suite Hotel Hotel St. Cloud State University 404 W. Saint Germain St., St. Cloud, MN 56301 December 14 & 15, 2012 (866) 539-8430 Hilton Omaha University of Nebraska Omaha 1001 Cass Street, Omaha, NE 68102 January 4 & 5, 2013 (402) 998-3400 Hilton Garden Inn University of North Dakota 4301 James Ray Dr., Grand Forks, ND 58203 January 11 & 12, 2012 (701) 775-6000 Hotel Captain Cook University of Alaska-Anchorage 939 W. 5th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99501 February 1 & 2, 2013 (907) 276-6000 Michigan Technological University Country Inn & Suites 919 Razorback Dr., Houghton, MI 49931 March 8 & 9, 2013 (906) 487-6700

Cornell University October 26 & 27, 2012

HEAD COACH..........................................................Scott Owens (299-185-43/14th season) ASSISTANT COACHES .....................................Joe Bonnett, Eric Rud & Terry Kleisinger (vol.) STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH ...........................................................Scott Caulfield TEAM TRAINER ..................... Jason Bushie

**Jeff Collett (5g,5a) ***Andrew Hamburg (4g,5a) **Michael Morin (0g,0a) ***Rylan Schwartz (23g,17a) *Charlie Taft (0g,2a)

TEAM MANAGER ..................Spud Hamilton

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GAMES PLAYED

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

PEN/MIN

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS

16 31 33 47

1 3 8 12

4 5 17 9

5 8 25 38

6/12 16/32 18/36 40/80

HOMETOWN......................................................................................Delta, British Columbia HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................190 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH .....................................................Nanaimo Clippers/Bill Bestwick

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Boivin led Colorado College's defensemen with a careerhigh eight goals as a junior, scoring the game winner in the final minute of 4-3 victory over the University of Alaska Anchorage in mid-December...earlier assisted on the GWG in a 3-1 triumph over Bemidji State University...tied for sixth among WCHA blue-line specialists with 21 points (5g,16a) in league play...recorded two or more points in a game on five occasions and collected at least one in 17 of his first 21 appearances. 2010-11: Sidelined with an injury that caused him to miss 14 games the first half of his sophomore season, Boivin collected all of his points during a nine-game stretch in January and February...established himself as a regular at the CC blue line for the team’s final 24 outings... recorded back-to-back multiple-point games in a weekend sweep of Alabama-Huntsville, with a goal and an assist in each. 2009-10: Gained confidence and poise while skating in 16 games as a freshman...collected four (1g,3a) of his season total of five points in his last seven appearances, scoring his first career goal in a 3-2 loss to North Dakota after assisting on a pair of tallies in a 5-3 victory over Mercyhurst College.

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High School/Juniors: Boivin collected 31 points (12g,19a) in 57 games with the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League in 2008-09, when he was named both the team’s rookie and defenseman of the year... three of his goals were game winners and four came on the power play...also appeared in 35 games overall, including 14 in the post-season, for BCHL finalist Nanaimo in 2007-08 after starting the campaign with the Penticton Vees.

Personal Notes: Born Michael Francis Boivin, son of Dan and Janet Boivin of Delta, British Columbia...attended high school at South Delta Secondary... interested in sports science as a potential field of study at CC.

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GAMES PLAYED 26 35 29 47

GOALS 8 5 4 17

ASSISTS 6 6 5 17

POINTS 14 11 9 34

PEN/MIN 4/8 6/12 3/6 13/26

HOMETOWN ...............................................................................................Phoenix, Arizona HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-3 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................202 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ..........................................................................................Mathematical Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH .........................................................St. Louis Bandits/Jeff Brown

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Despite off-season surgery that limited his productivity early in the season, Hamburg earned a spot in the lineup for all but seven of Colorado College's outings...found a groove late in the campaign, collecting six points (4g,2a) in his last eight appearances including a pair of goals in the team's playoff finale against Michigan Tech...earlier recorded a pair of assists, including one on the game-winning goal, in a 6-2 victory at Minnesota State University in mid-December... also helped set up the GWG in a 5-2 triumph over Tech at the beginning of March. 2010-11: Struck for a pair of tallies, including his second game winner of the season, in a 7-3 victory at Michigan Tech in early December... earlier collected two assists in a home-ice loss to Minnesota at the end of October...scored a shorthanded goal in a 4-3 overtime defeat to Alaska Anchorage at the World Arena in late November after being credited with the GWG in a 4-3 non-league victory over the Seawolves in Fairbanks on opening weekend. 2009-10: Played in Colorado College’s final 20 games after appearing in only six of 19 during the first half of his freshman season...saw extensive action on the team’s top two lines, and scored in the opening of three games – all victories – against Robert Morris

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University (4-1), St. Cloud State (4-1) and NCAA tournament finalist Wisconsin (6-5)... recorded four multiple-point outings, including a pair of two-goal performances against the Badgers and in another triumph (6-4) over SCSU.

High School/Juniors: Hamburg collected 70 points (14g,56a) in 63 games overall during the 2008-09 campaign with the St. Louis Bandits of the North

Personal Notes:

American Hockey League...led the team to its third and his second

Born Andrew K. Hamburg, son of Robert and Donna

consecutive Robertson Cup as NAHL playoff and USA Hockey Tier II

Hamburg of Phoenix, Arizona...a graduate of Mountain

Junior A national champion...finished seventh among league scoring

Pointe High School in Phoenix...hopes to eventually pursue

leaders with 60 points (12g,48a) during the regular season, when he

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GP/GS

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Svs

Svs%

GA

GAA

Record

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS

36/36 36/36 16/13 88/85

2096:48 2081:04 827:51 5005:43

952 954 360 2,266

.907 .903 .882 .901

98 102 48 248

2.80 2.94 3.48 2.97

17-16-3 18-15-2 5-8-1 40-38-6

HOMETOWN ........................................................................................Plymouth, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................188 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..........................................................................................Mathematical Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH .............................................Waterloo Blackhawks/P.K. O’Handley

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Howe repeated as an All-WCHA Academic Team selection while surpassing the 5,000 minutes-played plateau for his collegiate career...won his first four decisions of the season, capped by a road sweep at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he stopped 44 of 46 shots to backstop consecutive 4-1 victories...made 30 saves in a nationally televised (CBS Sports Network) 4-3 overtime triumph against the University of Denver in early December, then entered in relief to preserve a 2-2 tie with DU two months later that clinched the Gold Pan for CC. 2010-11: One of three WCHA Scholar-Athletes on the Tigers’ roster his sophomore season, Howe recorded three shutouts, giving him six for his collegiate career, in victories at Minnesota State (1-0) and St. Cloud State (3-0) as well as one at home against Alaska Anchorage (2-0)...backstopped five consecutive victories at one point...stopped 80 of 86 combined shots, good for a .930 saves percentage, in two games against Boston College and the University of Michigan at the NCAA West Regional...made 38 saves on two different occasions, including a nationally televised (CBS College Sports) 4-2 victory over North Dakota in late January, during the regular season...named WCHA Defensive

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Player of the Week after winning twice at SCSU in mid-December...posted a .927 saves percentage vs. the University of Wisconsin in the first round of the league playoffs, playing all three games. 2009-10: After joining Colorado College teammate Rylan Schwartz on the All-WCHA Rookie Team, Howe also was one of six Division I players in the country named to the College Hockey News All-

ing his team reach the Clark Cup finals as a USHL rookie...also back-

Rookie Team and earned Freshman All-America accolades from

stopped Team USA to a Gold Medal at the World Junior A Challenge in

Inside College Hockey...logged the most minutes in conference play

2008...finished 17-13-2 between the pipes as a co-captain for Waterloo

of any goalie in the WCHA...started 36 of CC’s 39 games overall,

in ‘08-09, with a 3.5 goals-against average and .882 saves percentage.

including all 28 league outings, and recorded three shutouts...recipient of the team’s Bob Johnson Award as rookie of the year as well as

Personal Notes:

co-recipient of the Tony Frasca Award as playoff MVP.

Born Joseph Paul Howe, son of Dick and Donna Howe of Plymouth and Maple Grove, Minnesota...his father played hockey at the

High School/Juniors:

University of Notre Dame, and more recently, a cousin, Mike Howe

Howe spent the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons with the Waterloo

(2005-08), at the University of Minnesota...a graduate of Wayzata High

Blackhawks of the United States Hockey League, posting a 13-5-1

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POINTS

PEN/MIN

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0 3 2 5

2 8 3 13

2 11 5 18

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HOMETOWN.........................................................................................Alta Loma, California HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-2 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................210 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ..........................................................Omaha Lancers/Bliss Littler

early December...added another tally in a 6-2 triumph at Minnesota State University that completed a weekend sweep for the Tigers later that same month...elected an alternate captain for the 2012-13 season. 2010-11: Recipient of the Dave Peterson Award as Colorado College’s most improved player, Marciano was one of only four Tigers to play in every game his sophomore season...struck for the first goal of his collegiate career in the third period of a crucial 5-4 victory over national champion University of Minnesota Duluth in late February, then added an assist on the game-tying tally in a 3-3 tie with the Bulldogs a night later...recorded two assists in a 6-4 triumph at Air Force in mid-November...collected an assist in a 4-3 overtime victory against the University of Wisconsin in the first round of the WCHA playoffs...scored two goals, including the game winner, in a 4-2 victory over Alaska Anchorage at the WCHA Final Five. 2009-10: Showed marked improvement while gaining more and more confidence as his freshman season progressed...appeared in 30 of CC’s 39 games, including the final nine and 11 of the last 12, helping to set up a goal in a late 2-1 victory at the University of Denver...earlier recorded his first career point with an assist in a 6-1 triumph at Alaska Anchorage.

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After spending a year each with the United States Under-17 and -18 Teams, Marciano appeared in 49 games overall for the USHL’s Omaha Lancers in 2008-09...led the Lancers with a +18 plus-minus rating during the regular season, helping them to a second-place finish in the league’s West Division...helped Team USA win the Five Nations Cup (Under-18) in Finland during the 2007-08 campaign and the Four Nations Cup (Under-17) in Ann Arbor a year earlier.

Highlights as a Tiger:

Personal Notes:

2011-12: Marciano played in all but one contest for Colorado College

Born Joseph John Marciano, son of Ray and Jan Marciano of Rancho

as a junior...cut his penalty minutes by more than half from the previ-

Cucamonga, California...graduated with high honors from Pioneer

ous season, and finished second on the team with 33 blocked

High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan, while skating for the U.S.

shots...scored a key power-play goal in a nationally televised (CBS

National Team Development Program...enjoys playing the guitar in

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PEN/MIN

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9 12 3 24

6 10 12 28

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HOMETOWN............................................................................................Anchorage, Alaska HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-11 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................201 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR.....................................................................................................................History PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH...................................................Green Bay Gamblers/Jon Cooper

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: A unanimous choice to serve as team captain in 2012-13, Rapuzzi wore an "A" while alternating between Colorado College's top two lines for most of his junior season...played in all but one game, assisting on the game-winning goal in three of the team's last five victories late in the campaign, including a 2-1 triumph at NCAA semifinalist University of Minnesota in late January...helped set up a pair of tallies in a nationally televised (CBS Sports Network) 4-3 win against the University of Omaha in mid-February...scored once and collected an assist as CC prevailed by a 6-2 count at Minnesota State University two months earlier. 2010-11: Assisted on the game-winning goal in WCHA victories over Nebraska Omaha (5-2) and national champion Minnesota Duluth (5-4) during his sophomore season...scored a GWG of his own in a 7-0 non-conference triumph over the University of Alabama-Huntsville in late January...recorded five multiple-point games, including a 5-2 victory at St. Cloud State in early December, when he struck for a goal and added a pair of assists...scored Colorado College’s first goal and helped set up the second in a 4-2 triumph over Alaska Anchorage at the WCHA Final Five...later clicked for a pair of tallies as the Tigers stunned Boston College, 8-4, at the NCAA West Regional.

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2009-10: Led all CC rookies, and finished fourth on the team overall, with nine goals as a freshman...recorded a hat trick in a 6-1 victory at Alaska Anchorage in January after scoring twice in an earlier 5-0 home-ice triumph over the Seawolves...struck for the game winner as Colorado College beat Minnesota Duluth, 6-2, in early November, and assisted on the GWG when the Tigers defeated St. Cloud State, 6-4, at the World Arena during the second half of the season.

finishing as their top scorer both years and leading the team to a state title as captain in 2007-08...was named MVP of a tournament

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in Ottawa, Ontario, that same campaign.

Rapuzzi collected 59 points (25g,34a) in 65 games overall for the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League in 2008-09,

Personal Notes:

helping them win the Anderson Cup as USHL regular-season

Born William Charles Rapuzzi, son of Rich and Martha Rapuzzi of

champions...seven of his 25 goals were game winners...spent the

Anchorage, Alaska...a graduate of Dimond High School in Anchorage

previous two seasons with the Belle Tire 18 AAA midgets in Michigan,

who is interested in pursuing a career business after college.

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PEN/MIN

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS

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6 10 23 39

22 28 17 67

28 38 40 106

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HOMETOWN ......................................................................................Wilcox, Saskatchewan HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-10 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................205 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR.....................................................................................................................History PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH.......................................Notre Dame Hounds/Mike Vandenberghe

73rd member of the CC’s elite Century Club for players with 100 or more career points...will serve as an alernate captain in 2012-13. 2010-11: Recorded at least one point in 25 of 41 appearances for the season, collecting two or more on 10 occasions...factored in on eight game-winning-goals, scoring one and assisting on a team-high seven... won 54.6 percent of his faceoffs (311 of 570)...his 28 assists tied him for second on the team...lit the lamp just 8 seconds into the second period of a 7-3 victory at Michigan Tech in early December...struck for a pair of goals in a 4-3 loss to North Dakota in the WCHA Final Five semifinals...compiled nine points (5g,4a) in seven post-season games, collecting four of those (1g,3a) in an 8-4 victory over Boston College at the NCAA West Regional...a co-recipient of team’s annual Tony Frasca Award as playoff MVP...led the Tigers with a +7 plus-minus rating... earned half (4g,15a) of his 38 points on the power play. 2009-10: One of three forwards voted to the WCHA All-Rookie Team, Schwartz finished third in scoring – both overall and in conference play, among all freshmen in the league...factored in on the game-winning goal in 10 of Colorado College’s 19 victories, scoring three and assisting on seven, and was one of only four CC players to skate in every game...tied for third on the team with 28 points overall, including 18 on the power play.

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In his second year with the Notre Dame Hounds of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Schwartz won the SJHL scoring title and was named league MVP after compiling 88 points (39g,49a) in 48 games during the 2008-09 regular season...was credited with 12 power-play goals and six game winners despite missing eight outings due to other commitments including the World Junior 'A' Challenge...collected 63 points (29g,34a) as

Highlights as a Tiger:

a rookie with the Hounds in 2007-08...won a Mac’s Tournament champi-

2011-12: Schwartz was named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week

onship with the Notre Dame Midget AAA Hounds in ‘06-07.

three times the first half of his junior season, when he finished tied for second among league leaders with 17 power-play points in confer-

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ence play...recorded three hat tricks, including a pair on back-to-back

Born Rylan Derek Schwartz, son of Rick and Carol Schwartz of

nights at the University of North Dakota, while notching 13 of his 23

Wilcox, Saskatchewan...attended high school at Athol Murray

goals overall before the end of November...had a hand in six game

College of Notre Dame...enjoys playing and watching football...older

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25 / SCOTT WINKLER / SENIOR FORWARD SEASON

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POINTS

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1 3 7 11

1 6 17 24

2 9 24 35

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HOMETOWN ..................................................................................................Asker, Norway HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-3 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................217 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH........................................Cedar Rapids Roughriders/Mark Carlson

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Before suffering an injury that hindered his play the final eight weeks of the season, Winker nearly doubled his points total of the previous two years combined with six tallies and 15 assists in Colorado College's first 18 games...factored in on four game-winning goals as a junior, scoring one on a 4-1 triumph at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and assisting on three in home-ice victories over Bemidji State University (6-4), Alaska Anchorage (4-3) and NCAA Frozen Four semifinalist Union College (2-1)...recorded three points in a game on two occasions, as well as a pair on two others, for a total of four multiple-point performances. 2010-11: Able to play center or wing, Winkler recorded seven points (2g,5a) during a span of eight games midway through his sophomore season...scored a goal and assisted on the game winner in a 4-1 victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville in late January...collected a point in four consecutive outings starting in early February, when he tallied in a 5-3 loss at the University of Denver...struck for the game-tying goal late in the third period of a 4-3 overtime victory against the University of Wisconsin in the opening round of the WCHA playoffs. 2009-10: Was in the lineup for 21 of Colorado College’s 39 games

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as a freshman...maintained an excellent work ethic throughout the season, and came alive in the WCHA playoffs with his first career points in the team’s opening-round series at the University of Minnesota Duluth...scored the game-winning goal early in the third period as Colorado College skated to a 5-3 victory in Game 2 of that series...represented Team Norway in the B Pool of the Junior World Championships during the Christmas holidays.

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A third-round selection of the Dallas Stars in the 2008 NHL draft,

Born Scott Kristian Winkler, son of Rodney and Anne Karin Winkler

Winkler collected 38 points (10g,28a) in 60 games overall with the

of Asker, Norway...graduated from Blue Valley Northwest High

USHL’s Cedar Rapids Roughriders during the 2008-09 season...three

School in Kansas City, Missouri...a former scoring champion (2006-

of his goals were game winners and 21 of his points (8g,13a) came

07) in Norway’s Under-18 League who has been chosen to play on

on the power play...a year earlier amassed 92 points (40g,52a) in 70

all of his country’s national (U16, U18 and U20) teams.

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21 / JEFF COLLETT/ JUNIOR FORWARD SEASON

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POINTS

PEN/MIN

2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS

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2 5 7

3 5 8

5 10 15

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HOMETOWN ................................................................................................Calgary, Alberta HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................186 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ............................................................Calgary Royals/Jeff Peters

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Collett doubled his offensive production from the previous season, typically playing right wing on Colorado College's third or fourth line, as a sophomore...posted a pair of three-game pointscoring streaks...collected a goal and an assist in a 4-1 victory over the University of Wisconsin in mid-November that helped complete a weekend sweep of the Badgers...his second-period tally against the University of Denver in early February capped a come-from-behind effort at the World Arena that earned the Tigers a 2-2 tie and repossession of the Gold Pan they surrendered two years earlier. 2010-11: Appeared in in 14 consecutive games for CC at mid-season of his freshman year...scored the game-winning goal in a nationally televised (CBS College Sports) 4-2 victory over the University of North Dakota in late January...struck for the first tally of his collegiate career in a 5-4 win over Michigan State University at the Great Lakes Invitational in Detroit...picked up an assist on a key goal in the third period of a 4-3 overtime triumph against the University of Wisconsin in the opening round of the WCHA playoffs.

High School/Juniors: A three-year veteran of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, Collett led the Calgary Royals in scoring during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons...

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collected 56 points (20g,36a) in '09-10, when the Royals lost an exciting first-round playoff series to the Camrose Kodiaks...recorded 47 points (24g,23a) in '08-09 after finishing with 18 (10g,8a) as an AJHL rookie a year earlier...two-time AJHL all-star and team MVP.

Personal Notes: Born Jeffrey James Collett, son of Jim and Trish Collett of Calgary...a graduate of Ernest Manning High School...enjoys wakeboarding and playing golf in his leisure time.

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16 / ALEXANDER KRUSHELNYSKI/ JUNIOR FORWARD SEASON

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POINTS

PEN/MIN

2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS

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6 10 16

8 10 18

14 20 34

7/25 4/8 11/33

HOMETOWN .................................................................................Bloomfield Hills, Michigan HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-11 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................180 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM /COACH .............................................Sioux City Musketeers/ Luke Strand

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Krushelnyski factored in on three game-winning goals as a sophomore, scoring one against the University of Denver for the second consecutive season and assisting on two others in victories over NCAA semifinalist Union College (2-1) and St. Cloud State (3-1), all at the World Arena...the decisive red lighter against DU in early December was his second of the nationally televised (CBS Sports Network) contest and came on a penalty shot in overtime... co-recipient of the team's annual Dave Peterson Award as most improved player...recorded a goal and an assist in the same outing on four occasions, for a total of five multiple-point performances, and is the only current Colorado College player to have skated in every game the last two campaigns. 2010-11: One of the team’s most effective penalty killers his freshman season, Krushelnyski struck for a pair of shorthanded tallies including one in an 8-4 victory over Boston College at the NCAA West Regional... factored in on the game-winning goal on consecutive Fridays in January, scoring one in a 3-2 victory over Denver a week after assisting on the GWG in a 4-2 triumph against North Dakota, both on national TV (CBS College Sports)...recorded four multiple-point outings.

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A two-year veteran of the United States Hockey League, Krushelnyski collected 41 points (14g,27a) in 58 games combined with the Chicago Steel and Sioux City Musketeers in 2009-10...finished plus-7 with both teams...served as assistant captain during Sioux City’s 12-1-3 run to end the regular season, logging 16 of his points (5g,11a) after being traded to the Musketeers.

Personal Notes: Born Alexander Michael Walter Krushelnyski, son of Mike and Areta Krushelnysky of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan...attended Andover High School in Bloomfield Hills, where he served as captain and earned all-league, all-district and all-area honors as a shortstop on the baseball team his senior year...his father is a former NHL standout who won three Stanley Cups as a player with the Edmonton Oilers and a fourth as an assistant coach with the Detroit Red Wings. 52


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7 / EAMONN MCDERMOTT / JUNIOR DEFENSEMAN / ALTERNATE CAPTAIN SEASON

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PEN/MIN

2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS

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12 8 20

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HOMETOWN ........................................................................................Shaker Heights, Ohio HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-10 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................183 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH...........................................................Fargo Force/Steve Johnson

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: McDermott held a regular spot in the lineup for 19 of the first 20 games of his sophomore season before being sidelined with an injury in mid-January...was effective as a penalty killer as well as on the power play, recording both of his tallies with Colorado College holding a manpower advantage...two of his eight assists came on game-winning goals in early victories over Bemidji State University (3-1) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (4-1)...will serve as an alernate captain in 2012-13. 2010-11: Paired up for most of the campaign with senior captain Ryan Lowery, McDermott skated in all but one of CC's 45 games his rookie season, playing in all situations...scored his first career goal, on the power play, in a 9-2 victory over the University of Denver in early November...assisted on the game winner in a 2-1 triumph at Minnesota State University in mid-February, as well as in a 5-4 win at home over eventual national champion University of Minnesota Duluth in late February.

High School/Juniors: Collected 25 points (2g,23a), including 16 (1g,15a) on the power play, in 44 regular-season games for the Clark Cup finalist Fargo Force in 2009-10 before adding six assists in 13 playoff outings...an offensive-minded defenseman with 13 power-play assists in Fargo’s first 31 games of the season...collected 23 points, with a +14 plus-

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minus rating, in 69 games overall with the Force in 2008-09...played for Team USA at the 2009 World Junior Challenge, scoring a goal and adding an assist in a 2-1 victory over Canada West in the championship game.

Personal Notes: Born Eamonn John McDermott, son of Kevin and Marybeth McDermott of Shaker Heights, Ohio...has a younger brother who plays midget hockey for the Cleveland Barons, as well as one sister who competes in field hockey at Endicott College and another who formerly did the same at the University of Michigan.

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19 / MICHAEL MORIN / JUNIOR FORWARD SEASON

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PEN/MIN

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0 0 0

1 0 1

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HOMETOWN ........................................................................................Plymouth, Minnesota HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-11 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................192 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ..............................................................Breck School/Les Larson

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Morin made seven appearances, including both games of a Colorado College sweep at Minnesota State University in midDecember, before suffering a season-ending injury in a 2-1 victory at the University of Minnesota on Jan. 20 of his sophomore year... expects to return healthy and earn increased ice time as a junior in 2012-13. 2010-11: Made the most of his limited playing time as a freshman by scoring the game-winning goal in a 4-1 non-league victory over the University of Alabama-Huntsville in mid-season...earned a spot in the lineup but was injured early in a 4-3 loss to North Dakota at the WCHA Final Five in March.

High School/Juniors: Morin was a standout at Breck School in Golden Valley, Minnesota, helping the Mustangs claim back-to-back Class A state championships his final two seasons there...amassed 68 points (38g,30a), including eight game-winning goals, in 31 games overall as a senior in 2009-10 after collecting 54 (28g,26a) a year earlier...earned all-conference recognition both campaigns, and was honorable mention all-state in ’09-10...also selected to play for Minnesota Team White in a

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Bauer NIT Tournament.

Personal Notes: Born Michael John Morin, son of John and Ronda Morin of Plymouth, Minnesota...an honor-roll student every semester during high school...enjoys playing golf and staying active outdoors in his leisure time.

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12 / ARCHIE SKALBECK / JUNIOR FORWARD SEASON

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9 4 13

18 5 23

3/6 7/33 10/39

HOMETOWN ..........................................................................................Hopkins, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................167 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ...............................................................................................................Economics PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ................................................Hopkins High School/Chad Nyberg

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Alternating between left wing and center on Colorado College's third or fourth lines for most of his sophomore season, Skalbeck took on more of a defensive role while appearing in 31 games...finished strong, collecting half of his four assists in the final four outings of the campaign. 2010-11: Struck for the first goal of his collegiate career early in the third period of a 9-2 victory over Denver in early November...factored in on three game winners as a freshman, scoring one in a 2-0 triumph over Alaska Anchorage and setting up both in a sweep at St. Cloud State University...played most of the season on a line with senior assistant captain and 20-plus goal scorer Tyler Johnson...scored twice in a game on two occasions.

High School/Juniors: Skalbeck set a single-season record at Hopkins High School with 32 goals and 61 points as a senior in 2009-10, when he served as team captain and was voted most valuable player...earned all-conference accolades his final two years with the Royals, as well as third-team all-Metro recognition and all-state honorable mention in ‘09-10... also led the Minnesota High School Elite League with 23 tallies, in fall of 2009.

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Personal Notes: Born Archie Gavin Skalbeck, son of Steve and Debi Skalbeck of Hopkins, Minnesota...an honors student interested in eventually pursuing a career in business...enjoys fishing, hunting and wakeboarding in his leisure time.

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39 / JOSH THORIMBERT / JUNIOR GOALIE YEAR

GP/GS

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GA

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13/9 24/23 37/32

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.906 .924 .919

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2.57 2.35 2.42

5-4-1 13-8-1 18-12-2

HOMETOWN.................................................................................Saskatoon, Saskatchewan HEIGHT .......................................................................................................................5-11 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................193 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR.....................................................................................................................History PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ..............................................Kindersley Klippers/Larry Wintoneak

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: A third-team All-WCHA selection his sophomore year, as well as co-recipient of Colorado College's Dave Peterson Award as most improved player, Thorimbert led the league's goaltenders with a .928 saves percentage and .735 winning percentage (12-4-1) in conference play...his 2.34 goals-against average in WCHA games and 2.35 mark in 24 appearances overall ranked fourth best...posted a pair of shutouts, the second and third of his collegiate career, while backstopping key 2-0 victories against the University of Denver and Michigan Tech the final month of the campaign...made a seasonhigh 45 saves in a 5-2 road triumph at the University of Nebraska Omaha and 38 in a 2-1 win at NCAA Frozen Four semifinalist University of Minnesota. 2010-11: Started nine games as a freshman, compiling a 5-4-1 overall record between the pipes...made 36 saves while backstopping a 5-0 shutout victory at Michigan Tech in early December...played the first two periods of a 7-0 triumph over the University of AlabamaHuntsville...had 32 and 34 stops, respectively, in 2-1 and 5-4 home-ice wins over Minnesota State University and Minnesota Duluth during Colorado College’s stretch drive.

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Thorimbert, who spent the 2009-10 season with the Kindersly Klippers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, was voted SJHL Rookie of the Year after posting a 26-14-4 record, 2.66 goals-against average and .917 saves pecentage in 58 appearances between the pipes...helped Kindersly reach the semifinals of the league playoffs, where they lost in seven games to the Yorkton Terriers...previously played two years with the Saskatoon Blazers, backstopping them to an appearance in the Midget AAA finals in 2008.

Personal Notes: Born Josh John Thorimbert, son of Brad and Elaine Thorimbert of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan...attended and graduated from St. Joseph High School in Saskatoon...enjoys working out and playing lacrosse in his leisure time.

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14 / JORDAN DiGIANDO / SOPHOMORE FORWARD SEASON

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HOMETOWN .................................................................................................Gahanna, Ohio HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................5-9 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................170 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH.....................................Dubuque Fighting Saints/Jim Montgomery

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: DiGiando appeared in only 10 games for 10 games as a freshman but maintained an excellent work ethic in practice all season...showed considerable promise as a penalty killer, and expects to evolve into a larger roll with Colorado College the next few years.

High School/Juniors: DiGiando helped the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League win the Clark Cup as USHL playoff champions in 2010-11, when he collected 27 points (11g,16a) in 63 games...an adept penaty killer who played for the USHL’s Cedar Rapids Roughriders in 2009-10 after amassing 74 points (33g,41) in 54 outings a year earlier at the midget level with the AAA Ohio Blue Jackets... former MVP of a Quebec international tournament in 2003-04 at which his Ohio team finished as world runner-up.

Personal Notes: Born Jordan James DiGiando, son of Mark and Theresa DiGiando of Columbus, Ohio...attended and graduated from George Washington High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa...interested in eventually pursuing a career in business or environmental studies...enjoys fishing, racing

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5 / AARON HARSTAD / SOPHOMORE DEFENSEMAN SEASON

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HOMETOWN ..................................................................................Stevens Point, Wisconsin HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-2 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................208 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH .......................................................Green Bay Gamblers/Eric Rud

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Recipient of the team's annual Bob Johnson Award as rookie of the year, Harstad led all Colorado College freshmen with 29 games played along with his six points...assisted on the winning goal in a 6-2 victory at Minnesota State University that completed a series sweep in mid-December...tied for second among all CC players with a +5 plus-minus rating for the season.

High School/Juniors: Harstad spent the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons with the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League, helping them claim two Anderson Cup titles as USHL regular-season champions as well as a Clark Cup crown as playoff champs in 2010...a USHL all-star who scored nine goals, including three game winners, and added 17 assists in 62 games overall in ‘10-11, when the Gamblers reached the league finals against Dubuque...former member of USA select teams that competed in the Junior A Challenge and 2008 Five Nations Tournament.

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Born Aaron John Harstad, son of Mark and Carla Harstad of Stevens Point, Wisconsin...a seventh-round selection of the Winnipeg Jets in the 2011 NHL entry draft...attended Stevens Point Area Senior High School... interested in economics as a potential major at Colorado College...enjoys hunting, fishing and playing golf in his leisure time.

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29 / COURTNEY LOCKWOOD / SOPHOMORE GOALIE YEAR GP/GS 2011-12 1/0 CAREER AT CC 1/0

MINUTES 16:05 16:05

SVS 4 4

SVS% 1.000 1.000

GA 0 0

GAA 0.00 0.00

RECORD 0-0-0 0-0-0

HOMETOWN.....................................................................................Breckenridge, Colorado HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-0 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................195 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ........................................................Springfield Pics/ Patrick Tabb

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Lockwood made his collegiate debut, and only official appearance of his freshman season, against the University of Alaska Anchorage on Dec. 9 when he stopped all four shots he faced in the final 16 minutes of play...earlier guarded the CC cage for the final 7:57 of a 5-0 exhibition victory over the United States Under-18 Team in October...maintained a strong work ethic in practice all season as he accepted his role as the team’s No. 3 goaltender.

High School/Juniors: Spent two seasons with the Springfield Pics of the Eastern Junior Hockey Hockey League, backstopping 35 victories altogether...served as an assistant captain in 2010-11, when he was named Most Valuable Goalie in the EJHL playoffs after posting a 3-2 record, 1.57 GAA, one shutout and a .939 saves percentage in five post-season starts...finished the ’10-11 campaign with a 22-15-2 mark overall, with four whitewashings, and participated in the league’s annual allstar game a year earlier...previously enjoyed three outstanding seasons as a prep at the Northwood School in Lake Placid, N.Y.

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Born Francis Courtney Lockwood, son of Win and Susan Lockwood of Breckenridge, Colorado...his older brother, Charlie, is a former Division I goaltender at Holy Cross, while their father played soccer at CC...interested in pre-med or art history as potential fields of study.

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6 / PETER STOYKEWYCH / SOPHOMORE DEFENSEMAN SEASON

GAMES PLAYED

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26 26

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ASSISTS

POINTS

0 0

3 3

0 0

PEN/MIN 7/14 7/14

HOMETOWN..........................................................................................Winnipeg, Manitoba HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-3 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................204 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH ............................................Des Moines Buccaneers/Regg Simon

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Stoykewych played in 26 of Colorado College’s 36 outings as a freshman, logging valuable ice time at the blue line and quickly adjusting to the pace of Division I hockey...lumped all three of his assists for the season within a span of six appearances, collecting one on consecutive nights in a series sweep at Minnesota State University in mid-December then adding another on the game-winning goal in a 3-1 home-ice victory over St. Cloud State in mid-January... recorded 20 blocked shots.

High School/Juniors: A seventh-round draft pick of the Atlanta Thrashers in June 2010, Stoykewych played for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League in 2010-11, when he collected 15 points (5g,10a) in 58 games...spent the previous two campaigns with the Winnipeg South Blues of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League, earning second-team MJHL all-star honors after compiling 32 points (6g,26a) in 2009-10...was voted to the MJHL all-rookie team in ’08-09...a former member of Team Canada’s entries at the Under-17 World Championships and Word Junior A Challenege.

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Personal Notes: Born Peter Justin Stoykewych, son of Andrew and Sheryl Stoykewych of Winnipeg, Manitoba...attended high school at St. John’s Ravenscourt in Winnipeg...interested in eventually pursuing a career in kinesiology or engineering.

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17 / CHARLIE TAFT / SOPHOMORE FORWARD SEASON

GAMES PLAYED

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ASSISTS

POINTS

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13 13

0 0

2 2

2 2

2/15 2/15

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HOMETOWN..............................................................................................Edina, Minnesota HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................192 SHOOTS ......................................................................................................................Right MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH............................................Muskegon Lumberjacks/Kevin Patrick

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Taft skated in 13 games as a freshman and collected an assist in his second outing, the opener of a two-game series at the University of Nebraska Omaha in early November...set up the gamewinning goal two weeks later, in a 4-2 victory over the University of Wisconsin that helped propel CC to a home-ice sweep of the Badgers.

High School/Juniors: Spent the 2010-11 season with the fledgling Muskegon Lumberjacks of the United States Hockey League, compiling 34 points (19g,15a) in 62 games...helped lead Edina High School to a Minnesota state championship as a senior in 2009-10, when he earned all-conference and team MVP honors after a 20-goal campaign with the Hornets.

Personal Notes: Born Charlie Reed Taft, son of John and Mary Taft of Edina, Minnesota...recipient of the AP Scholar Award as a prep...his mother is a former speed skater while his father played hockey at the University of Wisconsin and enjoyed a short stint in the NHL... interested in economics and film making as potential fields of study at Colorado College...enjoys movies, music, golf and skiing in his

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18 / SCOTT WAMSGANZ / SOPHOMORE FORWARD SEASON 2011-12 CAREER AT CC

GAMES PLAYED

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

PEN/MIN

15 15

0 0

1 1

1 1

2/4 2/4

HOMETOWN............................................................................................Anchorage, Alaska HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-4 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................212 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH.....................................Dubuque Fighting Saints/Jim Montgomery

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Wamsganz appeared in 15 games, including eight of Colorado College's final 12, as a freshman...collected his first point for CC with an assist in a 6-2 victory at Minnesota State University that completed a weekend sweep on the road in mid-December.

High School/Juniors: Helped the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League win the Clark Cup as USHL playoff champions in 2011-12, when he collected 19 points (5g,14a) in 58 games...a two-year veteran of the USHL who spent the 2009-10 campaign with the Waterloo Blackhawks...amassed 68 points (32g,36a) in 32 outings with the Alaska Wolves AAA midget squad in 2008-09, when he also earned allstate honors at the high-school level for the second consecutive year.

Personal Notes: Born Scott Alan Wamsganz, son of Bill and Linda Wamsganz of Anchorage, Alaska...graduated with honors from A.J. Dimond High School in Anchorage...enjoys outdoor activities and hanging out with friends and family in his leisure time.

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20 / IAN YOUNG / SOPHOMORE DEFENSEMAN SEASON

GAMES PLAYED

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10 10

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POINTS

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0 0

3 3

0 0

0/0 0/0

HOMETOWN ..........................................................................................Missouri City, Texas HEIGHT .........................................................................................................................6-1 WEIGHT ........................................................................................................................195 SHOOTS ........................................................................................................................Left MAJOR ..............................................................................................................Undeclared PREVIOUS TEAM/COACH..............................................................Fargo Force/Jason Herter

Highlights as a Tiger: 2011-12: Despite suiting up for only 10 games his freshman season, Young made significant progress in his development as a Division I blue-line specialist...one of 11 Colorado College players to finish with a positive plus-minus rating for the campaign, posting a +3... assisted on the game-winning goal in his collegiate debut, a 4-1 victory that completed an early road sweep at RPI, and later helped set up a tally in a key 2-2 tie with the University of Denver that clinched possession of the Gold Pan for CC.

High School/Juniors: A two-year veteran of the United States Hockey League, Young spent the 2010-11 season with the Fargo Force, collecting 25 points (4g,21a) in 63 games...scored twice and added 12 assists a year earlier in 31 outings with the USHL’s Chicago Steel...in 2008-09, he was a local Colorado Springs favorite at the Midget AAA level when he recorded 53 points (16g,37a) in 55 games as a member of the Pikes Peak Miners.

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Born Ian Kennedy Young, son of Brian and Karen Young of Missouri City, Texas...attended Hightower High School there...interested in economics as a potential major at Colorado College and eventually pursuing a career in business or engineering.

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10 / CODY BRADLEY/ FRESHMAN FORWARD FAVORITES – MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Guitar TYPE OF MUSIC All MUSICAL PERFORMER No one specific NHL TEAM/PLAYER Tampa Bay Lightning/Martin St. Louis

BOOK FOOD MOVIE VACATION SPOT

Young Guns (by Robert Tuchman) Steak Warrior Sylvan Lake (Colorado)

High School/Juniors: Bradley compiled 22 points, half of them on the power play, in 36 games overall with the Dubuque Fighting Saints and Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League in 2011-12... scored eight of his 11 goals and six assists in 20 appearances overall with Dubuque, which reached the Eastern Conference semifinals of the Clark Cup playoffs before being eliminated by the Ice...invited to and was impressive at last summer's NHL prospect camp for the Tampa Bay Lightning. HOMETOWN .......................................Tampa, Florida HEIGHT.............................................................5-10 WEIGHT .............................................................167 SHOOTS..............................................................Left LAST TEAM .........................Dubuque Fighting Saints LAST COACH ..................................Jim Montgomery

Personal Notes: Born Cody Brian Bradley, son of Brian and Carrie Bradley of Tampa, Florida...the first native of the Sunshine State ever to appear on Colorado College's roster...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.

11 / HUNTER FEJES / FRESHMAN FORWARD FAVORITES – MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Drums TYPE OF MUSIC Country MUSICAL PERFORMER Jason Aldean NHL TEAM/PLAYER Pittsburgh Penguins/Zach Parise

BOOK FOOD MOVIE VACATION SPOT

Hockey Tough (by Saul Miller) Sushi The Greatest Game Ever Played Mexico

High School/Juniors: A standout at Shattuck St. Mary’s School in Faribault, Minn., Fejes was selected by the Phoenix Coyotes in the sixth round of the 2012 NHL draft in June...helped Shattuck, a perennial powerhouse in the USA Hockey Tier I Under-18 ranks, claim national championships his junior and senior seasons...the Sabres posted an overall record of 50-5-2 in 2011-12, when he led the team with 38 goals and finished second with 78 points in 55 appearances.

Personal Notes: Born Samuel Hunter Fejes, son of Sam Fejes of Anchorage, Alaska...an honors student throughout his prep career, with an interest in business and economics...enjoys hunting, fishing and hiking, as well as playing golf and frisbee, in his leisure time.

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HOMETOWN .................................Anchorage, Alaska HEIGHT...............................................................6-1 WEIGHT .............................................................192 CATCHES............................................................Left LAST TEAM.................................Shattuck St. Mary’s LAST COACH.............................................Tom Ward


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2 / RUSSEL FINCH / FRESHMAN DEFENSEMAN FAVORITES – MUSICAL INSTRUMENT TYPE OF MUSIC MUSICAL PERFORMER NHL TEAM/PLAYER

Piano Country Eddie Vedder Colorado Avalanche/Rob Blake

BOOK FOOD MOVIE VACATION SPOT

The Human Stain (by Philip Roth Steak 180° South Traverse City, Michigan

High School/Juniors: A two-year veteran of the North American Hockey League, Finch collected 15 points (3g,12a) in 60 appearances with the NAHL West Division champion Fairbanks Ice Dogs in 2011-12... helped the St. Louis Bandits claim a North Division title a year earlier, when he finished with 13 points (2g,11a) in 53 games...previously spent three seasons (2007-10) patrolling the blue line for the Midget AAA Chicago Young Americans.

Personal Notes: HOMETOWN ...................................Casper, Wyoming HEIGHT.............................................................5-11 WEIGHT .............................................................192 SHOOTS............................................................Right LAST TEAM .................................Fairbanks Ice Dogs LAST COACH ......................................Trevor Stewart

Born John Russell Finch, son of John and Kelly Finch of Middletown, Maryland...a former honors student at Highland Park High School in suburban Chicago...enjoys outdoor activities ranging from fly fishing to rock climbing...has a younger brother, Reed, who plays forward for the University of Alabama “Frozen Tide” club hockey team.

24 / JARED HANSON / FRESHMAN FORWARD FAVORITES – MUSICAL INSTRUMENT TYPE OF MUSIC MUSICAL PERFORMER NHL TEAM/PLAYER

Guitar Country Blake Shelton Boston Bruins/Ryan Callahan

BOOK FOOD MOVIE VACATION SPOT

Endurance Steak Good Will Hunting Hawaii

High School/Juniors: In 2011-12, his second full season with the Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League, Hanson compiled 59 points (29g,30a), five game-winning goals and a +31 plus-minus rating in 63 appearances overall...his 27 regular-season goals ranked 10th league-wide...all but four of them came in five-on-five situations, helping Lincoln to a regular-season title in the USHL Western Conference...the Stars finished fifth in the USHL West during Hanson’s rookie season in 2010-11, when he collected 24 points (9g,15a) in 55 outings.

Personal Notes: Born Jared Anker Hanson, son of Brad and Carolyn Hanson of Palmer, Alaska...attended and graduated from Palmer High School...a former USHL Scholar-Athlete of the Year nominee interested in mathematics or science as as potential major at Colorado College...enjoys fishing, hunting, hiking and snowmobiling in his leisure time.

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HOMETOWN .......................................Palmer, Alaska HEIGHT...............................................................6-0 WEIGHT .............................................................188 CATCHES..........................................................Right LAST TEAM ..........................................Lincoln Stars LAST COACH ......................................Chad Johnson


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3 / MICHAEL KING / FRESHMAN DEFENSEMAN FAVORITES – MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Piano TYPE OF MUSIC House, Techno and everything else MUSICAL PERFORMER Avicii NHL TEAM/PLAYER Vancouver Canucks/Drew Doughty

BOOK FOOD MOVIE VACATION SPOT

Talent is Overrated Chicken and hamburgers Dumb and Dumber Traverse City, Michigan

High School/Juniors: King finished the 2011-12 season with the Lloydminster Bobcats of the Alberta Junior Hockey League...collected 19 points (4g,15a) in 32 games with the Westside Warriors of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League before being traded, then added a power-play goal and two assists in five appearances, including a pair of playoff games, with Lloydminster... compiled 23 points (5g,18a) while playing in 48 outings for Westside in 2010-11.

Personal Notes: HOMETOWN..............Prince George, British Columbia HEIGHT...............................................................6-4 WEIGHT .............................................................227 SHOOTS............................................................Right LAST TEAM..............................Lloydminster Bobcats LAST COACH.........................................Brian Curran

Born Michael Samuel Arther King, son of James and Wendy King of Prince George, British Columbia...a principal's list student throughout high school at Prince George Secondary, with an interest in mathematics and the sciences as potential majors at Colorado College... enjoys playing golf, video games and ping pong in his leisure time.

22 / PETER MARIC / FRESHMAN FORWARD FAVORITES – MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Guitar TYPE OF MUSIC Hip-Hop MUSICAL PERFORMER Eminen NHL TEAM Detroit Red Wings/Mike Richards

BOOK FOOD MOVIE VACATION SPOT

Lord Jim Chicken Replacements Ontario

High School/Juniors: In 2011-12, his second season in the United States Hockey League, Maric collected 23 points (7g,16a) in 62 games with the Green Bay Gamblers, who claimed both the Anderson and Clark Cups as USHL regular-season and playoff champions...a year earlier he earned the Cedar Rapids Roughriders’ Unsung Hero Award after helping them win a regular-season crown with 21 points (7g,14a)...played for the U-18 AAA state champion Milwaukee Junior Admirals in 2009-10.

Personal Notes: Born Peter Radovan Maric, son of Gordi and Miki Maric of Milwaukee, Wisconsin...attended Nicolet High School in Glendale, Wisconsin...interested in economics as a potential field of study at Colorado College...enjoys baseball, boating and other outdoor sports, as well as traveling, in his leisure time.

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HOMETOWN ...............................Winnipeg, Manitoba HEIGHT.............................................................5-10 WEIGHT .............................................................184 CATCHES............................................................Left LAST TEAM...............................Green Bay Gamblers LAST COACH ......................................Derek Lalonde


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University of British Columbia

Clarkson University

Air Force Academy

UMass Lowell

Thunderbirds

Golden Knights

Falcons

River Hawks

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Oct. 12-13

Oct. 19

Oct. 20

Cornell University

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Bemidji State University

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Beavers

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Nov. 9-10

Nov. 16-17 & Feb. 8-9

University of New Hampshire

Yale University

Wildcats

Bulldogs

University of North Dakota Nov. 30-Dec. 1 & Jan.11-12

Nov. 23

Nov. 24

St. Cloud State University

University of Nebraska Omaha

University of Minnesota Duluth

University of Alaska Anchorage

Huskies

Mavericks

Bulldogs

Seawolves

Dec. 14-15 & Feb. 22-23

Jan. 4-5

Jan. 18-19

Feb. 1-2

Michigan Technological University

Mavericks

Huskies

MAr. 1-2

Mar. 8-9

University of Minnesota

Golden Gophers Dec. 7-8

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T

Air Force Academy Alabama-Huntsville Alaska (Fairbanks) Alaska Anchorage University of Alberta Austrian Nationals Bemidji State Boston College Boston University Bowling Green State

57 5 6 52 11 1 5 5 8 0

8 0 1 18 1 0 4 12 8 1

2 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 2 0

2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2008-09 1966-67 2011-12 2010-11 2005-06 1977-78

5 7 4 3 12 0 9 5 3 1 2 0 3 111 2 0 1 1 2 7 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 1 0 1 1 5 2 4 7 1 3 2 1

0 3 3 3 3 1 0 2 1 0 4 1 3 157 2 0 0 3 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 2 2 3 1 0 0 0

1 1 0 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 15 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1952-53 2003-04 1976-77 2006-07 1948-49 1961-62 2008-09 2008-09 1940-41 1938-39 2011-12 1975-76 1953-54 2011-12 1957-58 1991-92 2003-04 1957-58 1967-68 2000-01 1969-70 1941-42 2002-03 1971-72 1983-84 1993-94 1968-69 1998-99 2005-06 2010-11 1954-55 2009-10 1967-68 2007-08 2002-03 2011-12 1963-64 2009-10 2006-07

Brandon College British Columbia Brown University University of Calgary University of California Canadian Nationals Clarkson University Colgate University Colorado School of Mines University of Colorado Cornell University Czech Nationals Dartmouth University of Denver Edmonton Oil Kings Ferris State University University of Findlay Flin Flon Bombers Gustavus Adolphus Harvard University Hibbing University of Illinois Iona College Iron Range All Stars Japan University Kent State University Lake Forest College Lake Superior State Lakehead University University of Lethbridge Lethbridge Native Sons University of Maine University of Manitoba Massachusetts UMass.-Lowell McGill University McMasters University Mercyhurst College Merrimack College

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L

T

Miami University 2 University of Michigan 36 Michigan-Dearborn 1 Michigan State University 46 Michigan Tech 93 University of Minnesota 85 Minnesota Duluth 84 Minnesota State Univ. 31 Montana Mines 2 Univ. of Nebraska Omaha 3

0 59 0 34 73 161 81 14 0 3

0 3 0 1 12 7 7 1 0 1

2004-05 2010-11 1988-89 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 1939-40 2011-12

Univ. of New Hampshire Niagara University Univ. of North Dakota Northeastern University Northern Arizona Univ. Northern Michigan Univ. University of Notre Dame Ohio University Ohio State University Prince Albert Mintos Princeton University Providence College Quinnipiac Regina Pats Rensselaer Polytechnic Ins. Robert Morris University Sacred Heart University San Francisco Olympic Club University of Saskatchewan Spokane Flyers St. Cloud State University St. Lawrence University St. Louis University St. Thomas College University of Toronto U.S. International U.S. Nationals U.S. National Under-18 U.S.S.R. Nationals Union College University of Vermont Wayne State University Western Michigan Univ. West German Nationals Wichita Flyers Wilfrid Laurier University University of Windsor University of Wisconsin Yale University

11 1 137 4 2 31 25 0 1 2 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 2 32 0 3 0 4 3 12 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 108 8

0 0 10 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0

2007-08 2001-02 2011-12 2009-10 1983-84 1996-97 2005-06 1968-69 2005-06 1957-58 1990-91 2000-01 2004-05 1956-57 2011-12 2009-10 2008-09 1947-48 1955-56 1955-56 2011-12 2003-04 1977-78 1954-55 1965-66 1986-87 1987-88 2011-12 1978-79 2011-12 1996-97 2002-03 2002-03 1974-75 1949-50 1999-00 2004-05 2011-12 2010-11

5 1 76 6 4 22 18 10 3 2 8 5 1 3 5 2 1 4 8 0 45 5 3 2 9 3 3 5 0 4 2 2 2 1 10 1 3 64 7

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2011-12 WCHA FINAL STANDINGS TEAM Minnesota Minnesota Duluth Denver North Dakota Colorado College St. Cloud State Nebraska Omaha Michigan Tech Bemidji State Wisconsin Minnesota State Alaska Anchorage

OVERALL RECORD (28-14-1) (25-10-6) (25-14-4) (26-13-3) (18-16-2) (17-17-5) (14-18-6) (16-18-3) (17-20-3) (17-18-2) (12-24-2) (9-25-2)

W 20 16 16 16 15 12 11 11 11 11 8 5

L 8 7 8 11 12 12 12 13 14 15 18 22

T 0 5 4 1 1 4 5 4 3 2 2 1

PTS. 40 37 36 33 31 28 27 26 25 24 20 11

GF 88 103 96 82 95 92 83 85 72 76 73 60

GA 57 73 79 73 86 84 85 87 89 83 102 111

2011-12 SCHOLAR ATHLETES

2012 WCHA FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF RESULTS

Alaska Anchorage: Chris Crowel**; Dusan Sidor***

BEST OF THREE

SERIES WINNER

Michigan Tech 3-4, Colorado College 2-3 Minnesota 2-7, Alaska Anchorage 1-3 Minnesota Duluth 4-3, Minnesota State 2-2 North Dakota 4-4, Bemidji State 1-3 St. Cloud State 4-3, Nebraska Omaha, 0-1 Denver 0-3-3, Wisconsin 1-1-2,

(MTU won series, 2-0; second game OT) (Minnesota won series, 2-0) (UMD won series, 2-0; second game 2OT) (UND won series, 2-0 (SCSU won series, 2-) (Denver won series, 2-1; third game OT))

2012 RED BARON WCHA FINAL FIVE RESULT Denver 3, Michigan Tech 2 (ot) North Dakota 4, St. Cloud State 1 Denver 4, Minnesota Duluth 3 (2ot) North Dakota 6, Minnesota 3 North Dakota 4, Denver 0

Semifinals Championship

PLAYER

CLASS

Goalie Defensemen

Aaron Dell Derek Forbert Andrew McWilliam Mario Lamoureux Brock Nelson Jason Zucker Aaron Dell

Junior Sophomore Junior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Junior

Forwards

Tournament MVP

Brance Orban; Brady Wacker Colorado College: David Civitarese*** Denver: Shawn Ostrow**; Paul Phillips** Michigan Tech: Corson Cramer***; Kevin Genoe**

SCHOOL North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota North Dakota Denver North Dakota

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ALL GAMES

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Minnesota Duluth: Aaron Crandall**; Kenny Reiter**** Minnesota State: Tyler Elbrecht**; Austin Lee****; Joe Schiller** Nebraska Omaha: Fredrik Bergman** North Dakota: Brad Eidsness***

2012 WCHA FINAL FIVE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM POSITION

Bemidji State: Jake Areshenko**; Dan Bakala**; Darcy Findlay; Drew Fisher; Jamie MacQueen;

Minnesota: Jake Kremer**; Nico Sacchetti**

SINGLE ELIMINATION Quarterfinals

CC’s David Civitarese was named a WCHA Scholar Athlete for the third consecutive season as a senior in 2011-12.

St. Cloud State: Jordy Christian; Drew LeBlanc***; Mike Lee**; Travis Novak*** ** two time recipient *** three-time recipient **** four-time recipient

2011-12 ALL-WCHA ROOKIE TEAM POSITION PLAYER

SCHOOL HOMETOWN

Forward

Kyle Rau

UM

Forward

Jean-Paul Lafontaine MSU

Forward

Jayson Megna

UNO

Defense

Joey LaLeggia

DU

Defense

Andrew Prochno

SCSU

Minnetonka, MN

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Juho Olkinuora

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PLAYER

SCHOOL

CLASS

First Team

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

Jack Connolly Nick Bjugstad J.T. Brown Justin Schultz Joey LaLeggia Kent Patterson Jaden Schwartz Drew Shore Jason Zucker Gabe Guentzel Nate Schmidt Kenny Reiter Mark Zengerle Brock Nelson Travis Oleksuk Nick Jensen Ben Blood Josh Thorimbert

UMD UM UMD UW DU UM CC DU DU CC UM UMD UW UND UMD SCSU UND CC

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

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Third Team

DAVID CIVITARESE

GABE GUENTZEL

HOMETOWN Duluth, MN Blaine, MN Burnsville, MN West Kelowna, BC Burnaby, BC Plymouth, MN Wilcox, SK Denver, CO Las Vegas, NV Woodbury, MN St. Cloud, MN Pittsburgh, PA Rochester, NY Warroad, MN Thunder Bay, ON Rogers, MN Plymouth, MN Saskatoon, SK

2011-12 ALL WCHA ACADEMIC TEAM

TIM HALL

JOE HOWE

TYLER O’BRIEN

ANDREW HAMBURG

TEAM

PLAYERS

Alaska Anchorage:

Matt Bailey; Brett Cameron; Chris Crowell*; Tyler Currier; Alex Gellert*; Brad Gorham; Chris Kamal; Curtis Leinweber; Daniel Naslund; Andrew Pickering; Jade Portwood; Dusan Sidor*; Quinn Sproule; Scott Warner*

Bemidji State:

Jake Areshenko*; Dan Bakala*; David Boehm; Kyle Brodie; Matt Carlson*; Mathieu Dugas*; Darcy Findlay*; Drew Fisher*; Matt Hartman*; Brad Hunt*; Jeff Jubinville; Ben Kinne*; Garrett Ladd; Jamie MacQueen*; Brance Orban*; Brady Wacker*; Shea Walters*

Colorado College:

Ted Behrend*; Arthur Bidwill*; David Civitarese*; Gabe Guentzel*; Tim Hall; Andrew Hamburg*; Joe Howe*; Alexander Krushelnyski; Eamonn McDermott; Archie Skalbeck; Scott Winkler*

Denver:

Beau Bennett; Sam Brittain; David Carle*; Nate Dewhurst*; Dustin Jackson; Chris Knowlton; John Lee*; David Makowski; Adam Murray; Jarrod Mermis; Dan Olszewski; Shawn Ostrow*; Paul Phillips*; John Ryder*; Luke Salazar*; Drew Shore*; Nick Shore; Jason Zucker

Michigan Tech:

Jordan Baker*; Corson Cramer*; Kevin Genoe*; Milos Gordic; Blake Hietala; Peter Heinonen*; Mikael Lickteig*; Patrick McCadden; Carl Nielsen; Brett Olson*; Chad Pietila; Josh Robinson*; Daniel Sova; Brad Stebner

Minnesota:

Mark Alt; Zach Budish*; Nate Condon; Jake Hansen; Seth Helgeson; Justin Holl; Jake Kremer*; Jared Larson; Nick Larson*; Taylor Matson*; Kent Patterson*; Nico Sacchetti*; Nate Schmidt; Tom Serratore; Chris Student

Minnesota Duluth:

Jack Connolly*; Aaron Crandall*; Keegan Flaherty*; David Grun*; Jake Hendrickson; Luke McManus Kenny Reiter*

Minnesota State:

Cameron Cooper*; Tyler Elbrecht*; Evan Karambelas; Austin Lee*; Evan Mosey*; Joe Schiller*

Nebraska Omaha:

Bryce Aneloski; Dayn Belfour; Fredrik Bergman*; Terry Broadhurst*; Kyle Ensign*; John Faulkner*; Brent Gwidt; Brock Montpetit; James Polk; Zahn Raubenheimer; Johnnie Searfoss; Alex Simonson; Matt Smith*; Andrej Sustr; Tony Turgeon

North Dakota:

Ben Blood*; Taylor Dickin; Brad Eidsness*; Derek Forbort; Mario Lamoureux; Andrew MacWilliam*; Tate Maris*; Brock Nelson; Derek Rodwel; Carter Rowney*

St. Cloud State:

Jordy Christian*; Nic Dowd; Kevin Gravel; Ben Hanowski*; Nick Jensen; Drew LeBlanc*; Mike Lee*; Travis Novak*

ALEXANDER KRUSHELNYSKI

JADEN SCHWARTZ

Wisconsin: ARCHIE SKALBECK

SCOTT WINKLER

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Rylan Schwartz returns for his senior year in 2012-13 after factoring in on 24 game-winning goals his first three seasons as a Tiger.

2011-12 WCHA SCORING LEADERS (LEAGUE GAMES ONLY)

2011-12 INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Player of the Year ....................Jack Connolly (UMD) Outstanding Student-Athlete.....Brad Eidsness (UND) Defensive Player of the Year ......Justin Schultz (UW) Rookie of the Year......................Joey LaLeggia (DU) Scoring Champion ...................Jack Connolly (UND) Goaltending Champion..............Kent Patterson (UM) Coach of the Year .......................Mel Pearson (MTU)

PLAYER 1. Jack Connolly J.T. Brown 3. Jason Zucker Drew Shore 5. Travis Oleksuk Mark Zengerle 7. Jaden Schwartz 8. Rylan Schwartz Brock Nelson 10. Matt White 11. Terry Broadhurst 12. Ben Hanowski 13. Nick Bjugstad Danny Kristo 15. Corban Knight Justin Schultz Joey LaLeggia 18. Kyle Rau Caleb Herbert Nick Shore

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

POSITION Center Wing Forward Forward Center Forward Left Wing Center Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Defenseman Forward Wing Forward

TEAM UMD UMD DU DU UMD UW CC CC UND UNO UNO SCSU UM UND UND UW DU UM UMD DU

GP 28 26 27 27 28 28 25 27 28 28 28 28 27 28 27 28 28 27 28 28

G 16 18 19 14 14 11 12 18 20 14 13 18 16 13 9 10 8 12 11 9

A 27 19 18 23 22 25 23 15 13 18 18 12 13 16 19 18 20 15 16 18

PTS 43 37 37 37 36 36 35 33 33 32 31 30 29 29 28 28 28 27 27 27

20011-12 WCHA GOALTENDING LEADERS (LEAGUE GAMES ONLY)

Josh Thorimbert's saves (.928) and winning (.735) percentages in league play last season ranked No. 1 among all WCHA goaltenders.

PLAYER

CLASS

TEAM

GP

W-L-T

MINUTES

SVS%

GA

GAA

SO

1. Kent Patterson 2. Brad Eidsness 3. Juho Olkinoura 4. Josh Thorimbert 5. Kenny Reiter 6. Ryan Massa 7. Dan Bakala 8. Joel Rumpel 9. Aaron Dell 10. Ryan Faragher

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

UM UND DU CC UMD UNO BSU UW UND SCSU

28 12 14 19 27 16 22 20 21 20

20-8-0 6-3-1 5-4-3 12-4-1 15-7-5 5-6-2 8-10-2 8-10-2 10-8-0 8-9-3

1659:41 576:12 775:57 1028:52 1602:37 822:58 1229:17 1169:05 1096:52 1206:07

.918 .919 .905 .928 .904 .914 .915 .911 .900 .914

57 21 42 40 69 36 54 53 50 57

2.06 2.19 2.32 2.33 2.58 2.62 2.64 2.72 2.74 2.84

4 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 1

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A home-ice sweep against the University of Wisconsin last November helped the Tigers finish fifth in the WCHA standings.

2012 NCAA TOURNAMENT SINGLE ELIMINATION West Regional (St. Paul, MN)

First Round: Quarterfinals: Midwest Regional (Green Bay, WI) First Round: Quarterfinals: East Regional (Bridgeport, CT) First Round: Quarterfinals: Northeast Regional (Worcester, MA) First Round: Quarterfinals: NCAA FROZEN FOUR Semifinals (Tampa, FL) Championship (Tampa, FL)

RESULT North Dakota 3, Western Michigan 1; Minnesota 7, Boston University 3 Minnesota 5, North Dakota 2 Ferris State 2, Denver 1; Cornell 3, Michigan 2 Ferris State 2, Cornell 1 Union 3, Michigan State 1; Mass.-Lowell 4, Miami 3 (ot) Union 4, Mass.-Lowell 2 Boston College 2, Air Force 0; Minnesota Duluth 5, Maine 2 Boston College 4, Minnesota Duluth 0 Ferris State 3, Union 1; Boston College 6, Minnesota 2 Boston College 4, Ferris State 1

2011-12 REEBOK/AHCA ALL-AMERICA TEAMS SELECTION EAST First Team

PLAYER Troy Grosenick (So., Union) Danny Biega (Jr., Harvard) Brian Dumoulin (Jr., Boston College) Spencer Abbott (Sr., Maine) Alex Killorn (Sr., Harvard) Austin Smith (Sr., Colgate)

Second Team Joe Cannata (Sr., Merrimack) Mat Bodie (So., Union) Tim Kirby (Sr., Air Force) Barry Almeida (Sr., Boston College) Brian O’Neill (Sr., Yale) Jeremy Welsh (Jr., Union)

WEST POSITION Goalie Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward Goalie Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward

PLAYER Taylor Nelson (Sr., Ferris State) Torey Krug (Jr., Michigan State) Justin Schultz (Jr., Wisconsin) Jack Connolly (Sr., Minnesota Duluth) Jaden Schwartz (So., CC) Reilly Smith (Jr., Miami) Kent Patterson (Sr., Minnesota) Chad Billins (Sr., Ferris State) Dan DeKeyser (So., Western Michigan) Nick Bjugstad (So., Minnesota) J.T. Brown (So., Minnesota Duluth) Jason Zucker (So., Denver)

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POSITION Goalie Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward Goalie Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward

Mike Boivin tied for sixth among WCHA defensemen with 21 points (5g,16a) in league play as a junior in 2011-12.


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GAME-WINNING GOALS (2011-12) DATE

OPPONENT

10-2 10-8 10-14 10-15 10-28 10-29 11-5 11-18 11-19 12-2 12-10 12-16 12-17 12-31 1-13 1-20 2-3 2-17 3-2 3-3

*McGill *U.S. Under-18s Bemidji State Bemidji State Rensselaer Rensselaer Nebraska Omaha Wisconsin Wisconsin Denver Alaska Anchorage Minnesota State Minnesota State Union College St. Cloud State Minnesota Denver Nebraska Omaha Michigan Tech Michigan Tech

SCORE

GWG

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

TIME/PERIOD

Dineen Boivin J.Schwartz (1) R.Schwartz (1) R.Schwartz (2) Winkler (1) J.Schwartz (2) Dineen (1) Dineen (2) Krushelnyski (1) Boivin (1) Civitarese (1) R.Schwartz (3) Dineen (3) Dineen (4) Hall (1) J.Schwartz (3) J.Schwartz (4) Hall (1) Guentzel (1)

+19:38/1st =4:50/1st 14:40/2nd 10:19/3rd +19:46/2nd +11:22/2nd +13:33/3rd 15:16/2nd 2:20/1st 3:46/ot 19:57/3rd 1:28/ot 4:33/2nd 18:59/2nd 15:20/1st 19:26/3rd +11:48/1st 2:47/3rd 11:08/2nd +11:50/2nd

ASSISTS Guentzel, R.Schwartz unassisted Boivin (1), McDermott (1) Winkler (1), J.Schwartz (1) J.Schwartz (2), Guentzel (1)McDermott (2), Young (1) R.Schwartz (1), Dineen (1) Taft (1), Thorimbert (1) Guentzel (2) Unassisted penalty shot Winkler (2), Eveland (1) Unassisted Hamburg (1), Harstad (1) Krushelnyski (1), Winkler (3) Krushelnyski (2), Stoykewych (1 Rapuzzi (1), Civitarese (1) R.Schwartz (2), Guentzel (3) R.Schwartz (3), Rapuzzi (2 Hamburg (2) Rapuzzi (3), J.Schwartz (3)

ALEXANDER KRUSHELNYSKI + power-play goal

- shorthanded goal

= 4-on-4 goal

* denotes exhibition game

Note: Numbers in parentheses indicate how many GWG or assists on GWG for the season

CC’s RECORD IN SPECIFIC SITUATIONS (2011-12) SCORING

RESULT

Tigers score 6 or more goals: ..................................2-1-0 Tigers score 5 or more goals: ..................................4-2-0 Tigers score 4 or more goals: ................................10-4-0 Tigers score 3 or fewer goals: ................................7-11-2 Opponent scores 5 or more: ....................................0-6-0 Opponent scores 4 or more: ..................................1-11-0 Opponent scores 3 or fewer: .................................16-4-2 PERIOD LEAD

RESULT

Tigers score first: ..................................................16-4-1 Opponent scores first: ...........................................2-11-1 Tigers lead after one period: ....................................7-2-1 Opponent leads after one period: .............................2-8-1 Game tied after one period: .....................................8-5-0 Tigers lead after two periods: .................................16-2-0 Opponent leads after two periods: ..........................1-11-0 Game tied after two periods: ....................................1-2-2 CLOSE GAMES

RESULT

In one-goal games (inc. ENG): ..............................11-11-2 In two-goal games: .................................................3-1-0 In overtime games: .................................................2-2-1 In non-league games (regular season): .....................3-2-1 At home (overall): ..................................................11-6-2 On the road (includes neutral sites): .........................7-9-0 At neutral sites only: ...............................................0-0-0

DAY OF THE WEEK

35 GAMES RESULT

On Fridays: ...........................................................10-8-0 On Saturdays: .........................................................8-7-2 Game 1 of series (regular season): ..........................9-6-0 Game 2 of series (regular season): ..........................7-5-2 PERIOD SCORING

RESULT

MONTH

When Tigers score 5 or more times in a period: ...........na When opponent scores 5 times in a period: ..................na When Tigers score 4 or more times in a period: ......0-1-1 When opponent scores 4 or more times in a period: 0-1-0 When Tigers score 3 or more times in a period: .......2-3-0 When opponent scores 3 or more times in a period: 0-6-0 SHOOTING RESULT When Tigers outshoot opponent: ...........................11-5-2 When opponent outshoots CC: ................................7-9-0 When Tigers have 10-19 shots on goal: ..................0-1-0 When Tigers have 20-29 shots on goal: ..................9-7-1 When Tigers have 30-39 shots on goal: ..................6-6-1 When Tigers have 40 or more shots on goal: ...........3-1-0 When opponent has less than 20 shots on goal: ......0-1-0 When opponent has less than 30 shots on goal: ....11-5-1 When opponent has 30 or more shots on goal: .......7-9-1 When opponent has 40 or more shots on goal: .......1-1-0

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RESULT

During October: ......................................................4-0-0 During November: ...................................................3-4-0 During December: ...................................................5-2-0 During January: ......................................................2-3-1 During February: .....................................................2-5-1 During March: .........................................................2-1-0


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RAPID-SCORING LOG (2011-12) QUICKEST TO START A GAME

QUICKEST TWO CC GOALS

Team Record: 0:06 ..............................by Grant Block vs. Michigan Tech, Feb. 8, 1992

Team Record: 0:02........................................................vs. Michigan Tech, Feb. 1, 1952 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

1. 0:40 .........................................................by Rylan Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 26 2. 1:19 .........................................................................by Winkler vs. Wisconsin, Nov. 19 QUICKEST TO START A PERIOD Team Record: 0:06..............................by Grant Block vs. Michigan Tech, Feb. 8, 1992 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

0:25 0:29 0:32 0:37 0:39 0:40

................................................by Guentzel vs. Bemidji State (2nd period), Oct. 14 ................................................by Guentzel vs. North Dakota (2nd period), Nov. 25 ....................................by Krushelnyski vs. Nebraska Omaha (2nd period), Feb. 18 ............................................by R.Schwartz vs. Bemidji State (2nd period), Oct. 15 ..........................................by R.Schwartz vs. Michigan Tech (3rd period), March 9 .........................................................by Rylan Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 26

QUICKEST AFTER OPPONENT’S GOAL

0:16, ...................................................by Dineen/R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 0:24, ...........................................by Boivin/Rapuzzi (both ENG) vs. Renssealaer, Oct. 28 0:37, .............................by R.Schwartz/Eveland (both ENG) vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5 0:57, .................................................by Hall/Krushelnyski vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4 1:01, .............................................................by Winkler/Dineen vs. Wisconsin, Nov. 19 1:04, ..........................................................by Dineen/Hall vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4 1:05, ..................................................by Guentzel/Dineen vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5 1:10, .....................................by Krushelnyski/J.Schwartz vs. Nebraska Omaha, Feb. 18 1:12, ..............................................by Boivin/R.Schwartz vs. Minnesota Duluth, Feb. 24 1:33, ...............................................by Boivin/R.Schwartz vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 17 1:41, ...........................................by Rapuzzi/Krushelnyski vs. Alaska Anchorage, Dec. 9 1:52, ..............................................................by Eveland/Skalbeck vs. Denver, Nov. 12

Team Record: 0:08 ...................by Tony Frasca vs. Boston University, March 18, 1950 QUICKEST THREE CC GOALS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

0:16 .............................................by Dineen vs. Alaska Anchorage (2nd period), Dec. 9 0:41 ............................................................by Hall vs. Minnesota (3rd period), Jan. 20 0:50 .........................................................by J.Schwartz vs. Nebraska Omaha, Feb. 17 0:53 ..................................................by Dineen vs. North Dakota (2nd period), Nov. 25 1:02, .............................................by Boivin vs. Alaska Anchorage (1st period), Dec. 10 1:38 ..................................................by J.Schwartz vs. Wisconsin (3rd period), Nov. 18 2:04, ...................................by R. Schwartz vs. Alaska Anchorage (2nd period), Dec. 10 2:04, ..............................................................by Dineen vs. Nebraska Omaha, Feb. 17 9. 2:23 .....................................................by Collett vs. Bemidji State (1st period), Oct. 15

Team Record: 0:17........................................................vs. North Dakota, Jan. 25, 1980 1. 2:01, ......................................by Dineen/Hall/Krushelnyski vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4 2. 3, by ......................................Dineen/R.Schwartz/R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 QUICKEST FOUR CC GOALS Team Record: 1:13 ..........................................................vs. Lake Forest, Nov. 18, 1966 1. 10:25, .................by Guentzel/Dineen/R.Schwartz/R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 2. 11:19, .....................by Dineen/Hall/Krushelnyski/Civitarese vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4 QUICKEST FIVE CC GOALS Team Record: 2:30 ..................................................vs. Nebraska-Omaha, Dec. 5, 1947 1. 13:23, by R.Schwartz/Guentzel/Dineen/R.Schwartz/R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25

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SEASON SUPERLATIVES (2011-12) INDIVIDUAL HIGHS

FEAT

PLAYER(S) / OPPONENT

OFFENSE

Hat Tricks: ................................................................................3 Penalty Shots: .................................................................1-for-1 Most Goals in a Game: .............................................................3 Most Goals in a Series: .............................................................6 Most Assists in a Game: ...........................................................3 Most Assists in a Series: ...........................................................4 Most Points in a Game: ............................................................4 Most Points in a Series: ............................................................6 Most Points on a Weekend: ......................................................6 Most Consecutive Games With a Goal: ......................................3 Most Consecutive Games With an Assist: ..................................5 Most Consecutive Games With a Point: ....................................11

by R.Schwartz vs. Bemidji State, Oct. 15, and vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 & 26 by Krushelnyski vs. Denver, Dec. 2 by R.Schwartz (twice) by R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25-26 by Winkler vs. Bemidji State, Oct. 15, & Dineen vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5 by J. Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25-26 by Dineen (1g,3a) vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5, & R.Schwartz (2g,2a) vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 17 by Dineen (3g,3a) vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4-5, & R.Schwartz (6g) vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25-26 by Dineen & Rylan Schwartz by Krushelnyski, J. Schwartz and R.Schwartz by J. Schwartz by J.Schwartz

GOALIES

Most Consecutive Victories by a Goalie: .....................................4 Longest Undefeated Streak by a Goalie: ....................................4 Most Saves in a Game: ...........................................................45 Most Saves in a Period: .................................................23 (2nd) Most Saves in a Series (regular season): .................................73 Shutouts: .................................................................................2

Howe Howe by Thorimbert vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5 by Thorimbert vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5 by Thorimbert vs. Minnesota, Jan. 20-21 Thorimbert vs. Denver (2-0), Feb. 3, & Michigan Tech (2-0), March 3

TEAM BESTS VICTORIES

Most Consecutive Victories: ......................................................4 Most Consecutive Games Without a Defeat: ...............................4 Most Consecutive Losses: .........................................................3 Most Consecutive Games Without a victory: ....................3 (twice)

GOALS

Most Goals in a Game: .........................................6 (three times) Most Goals in a Period: ..4 (2nd period), vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 Most Goals in a Series: ...........10, vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4-5

POINTS

Most Points in a Game: .............................................18 (6g,12a) Most Points in a Period: .................................................10 (2nd) Most Points in a Series: ..........................................24 (10g,14a)

vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 17 vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4-5, (9g,15a) vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25-26

ASSISTS

Most Assists in a Game: .........................................................12 Most Assists in a Period: ..........................................................6 Most Assists in a Series: .........................................................15

vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 17 (twice) vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25-26

SHOTS ON GOAL

Most Shots on Goal in a Game: ...............................................44 Most Shots on Goal in a Series: ..............................................73 Most Shots on Goal in a Period: ..............................................20

vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 17 vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 16-17 (1st period), Alaska Anchorage, Dec. 10

FEWEST GOALS

Fewest Shots on Goal in a Game: ............................................17 Fewest Shots on Goal in a Period (excluding overtime): ..............4 Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed in a Game: ...............................17 Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed in a Period (excluding overtime): ..2

vs. Michigan Tech, March 9 (five times) vs. Air Force, Dec. 30 (3rd period) vs. Air Force, Dec. 30

QUICKEST GOALS

Quickest Goal to Start a Game: ..................................40 seconds Quickest Goal to Start a Period: ........................25 seconds (2nd) Quickest After Opponent's Goal: ...............16 second (2nd period) Quickest Two Goals: ...............................16 seconds (2nd period) Quickest Three Goals: .......................................2:01 (2nd period) Quickest Four Goals: .........................................................10:25 Most Power-Play Goals in a Game: ............................................3 Most Power-Play Goals in a Series: ...........................................5 Most Power-Play Goals in a Weekend: .......................................5 Most Consecutive Games with a PPG: .....................................11 Most Consecutive Games without a PPG: ..................................2 Most Power Plays in a Game: ...................................................8 Most Power Plays in a Series: .................................................13 Most Shorthanded Goals in a Game ...........................................1

by Rylan Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 26 by Guentzel vs. Bemidji State, Oct. 14 by Dineen vs. Alaska Anchorage, Dec. 9 by Dineen/R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 by Dineen/Hall/Krushelnyski vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4 by Guentzel/Dineen/R.Schwartz/R.Schwartz vs. North Dakota, Nov. 25 vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 5 & vs. Minnesota State, Dec. 17 vs. Nebraska Omaha, Nov. 4-5

Most Penalties Killed in a Game: ...............................................7 Most Consecutive Penalties Killed: ..........................................11

vs. Nebraska Omaha (7-of-7), Nov. 5, & vs. Alaska Anchorage (7-of-11), Dec. 9

POWER PLAYS

SHORTHANDED GOALS PENALTY KILLS

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GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS (2011-12) GAME #

W-L-T

SCORE

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SOG (OPP)

PP (CC)

PP (OPP)

PEN (CC)

PEN (OPP)*-

*MU

W

3-2

38

21

1-2

0-4

4-8

2-4

*US-U18

W

5-0

43

18

1-7

0-7

9-29

10-31

1, BSU

W

3-1

28

26

0-4

0-2

2-4

4-8

2, BSU

W

6-4

39

29

1-3

3-4

5-10

4-8

3, RPI

W

4-1

34

25

2-7

0-5

5-10

7-14

4, RPI

W

4-1

27

21

1-6

0-6

6-12

6-12

5, UNO

L

5-7

30

35

2-5

2-5

6-12

6-12

6, UNO

W

5-2

27

47

3-8

0-7

7-14

8-16

7, DU

L

4-5

37

28

1-4

0-4

4-8

4-19

8, UW

W

4-2

30

33

1-5

1-3

8-27

8-19

9, UW

W

4-1

27

25

1-5

0-4

8-16

10-28

10, UND

L

6-7

35

32

2-5

3-5

6-12

6-12

11, UND

L

3-4

29

29

1-5

1-6

8-16

7-14

12, DU

W

4-3 (ot)

32

33

2-6

1-4

7-17

11-22

13, UAA

L

3-6

29

30

0-1

4-11

11-44

3-6

14, UAA

W

4-3

40

26

1-5

0-3

3-6

5-10

15, MSU

W

2-1 (ot)

29

38

0-2

0-1

2-4

3-6

16, MSU

W

6-2

44

26

3-6

1-3

5-10

8-16

17, AFA

L

1-2

34

17

0-3

1-2

2-4

... 3-6

18, UC

W

2-1

24

21

0-3

0-2

2-4

3-6

19, CU

L

3-1

40

24

1-4

0-2

4-8

7-14

20, CU

T

3-3

26

22

2-5

0-4

5-10

7-22

21, SCS

W

3-1

26

33

0-4

1-4

5-10

5-10

22, SCS

L

4-5 (ot)

35

37

1-4

1-3

3-6

4-8

23, UMN

W

2-1

27

39

0-4

0-2

3-17

4-8

24, UMN

L

1-2

20

37

0-4

0-5

7-14

6-12

25, DU

W

2-0

35

29

1-6

0-2

5-21

9-32

26, DU

T

2-2

35

31

1-5

1-2

5-10

7-25

27, BSU

L

2-4

31

27

1-2

0-1

1-2

2-4

28, BSU

L

1-4

24

30

0-2

1-3

3-6

2-4

29, UNO

W

4-3

32

25

1-3

2-2

2-4

3-6

30, UNO

L

3-5

29

34

1-5

0-4

5-10

6-12

31, UMD

L

3-4 (ot)

25

41

1-4

2-5

6-12

5-10

32, UMD

L

2-5

27

37

1-5

2-3

4-8

6-12

33, MTU

W

5-2

41

28

2-6

0-3

5-18

7-33

34, MTU

W

2-0

22

34

1-3

0-3

9-18

8-16

35, MTU

L

1-3

17

29

1-4

0-2

9-34

10-36

Key:

SOG – shots on goal;

* denotes exhibition game

PP – power play conversions;

Pen – penalties-minutes

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ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES COACH John Atwood Garrett Livingston

C.E. Moore Cheddy Thompson

Tom Bedecki

Tony Frasca

Bob Johnson

John Matchefts

Jeff Sauer

Mike Bertsch

CAREER AT CC

SEASON

RECORD

LEAGUE

3-9-0

1937-38

3-9

31-21-6

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

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

— — — —

1-3-1

1944-45

1-3-1

149-72-6

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

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

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

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

64-28-1

30-85-4

26-49-3

54-88-3

166-226-11

65-157-6

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

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ALL-TIME HEAD COACHES (CONTINUED) COACH Brad Buetow

CAREER AT CC

SEASON

RECORD

LEAGUE

68-118-11

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

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

299-185-43

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

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

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

NOTABLES

WCHA Final Four, WCHA Coach of the Year

DON LUCIA WCHA Champions, AHCA/WCHA Coach of Year 1993-99 WCHA Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs 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 DAVE PETERSON The late volunteer assistant coach at CC for three seasons (1994-97) served as head coach of the United States Olympic Hockey Teams in 1988 and 1992.

WCHA Champions, WCHA Final Five, NCAA Playoffs

WCHA Final Five, NCAA Quarterfinalist

AHCA “COACH OF THE YEAR” AWARD YEAR COACH 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

SCHOOL

YEAR

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

1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

COACH

Jack Kelley Tony Frasca Tom Eccleston, Jr. Jim Fullerton Amo Bessone Len Ceglarski 1967 Ed Jeremiah 1968 Ned Harkness 1969 Charlie Holt 1970 John MacInnes 1971 Ralph “Cooney” Weiland 1972 John “Snooks” Kelley 1973 Len Ceglarski 1974 Charlie Holt 1975 Jack Parker 1976 John MacInnes 1977 Jerry York 1978 Jack Parker 1979 Charlie Holt 1980 Rick Comley 1981 Bill O’Flaherty 1982 Fern Flaman 1983 Bill Cleary 1984 Mike Sertich 1985 Len Ceglarski 1986 Ralph Backstrom

82

SCHOOL

YEAR

COACH

Colby Colorado College Providence 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

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

John “Gino” Gasparini Frank Anzalone Joe Marsh 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

SCHOOL North Dakota Lake Superior State St. Lawrence 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


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

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

26. 27. 28. 30. 31. 32. 34. 35. 36. 38. 39. 40. 41. 43. 44. 46. 47. 49. 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 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 Tom Preissing

* 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 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 1999-03

153 167 117 137 153 142 149 126 158 150 150 166 146 164 143 99 150 74 141 153 160 74 84 93 125 170 143 156 147 60 70 150 124 153 150 158 82 69 159 138 60 151 146 69 145 160 109 138 171 154

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 35 63 72 59 60 70 63 57 73 72 61 59 56 73 62 81 51 54 81 59 63 29 59 32 39

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

285 232 228 217 202 198 197 190 189 184 184 182 178 176 174 173 172 170 169 167 165 163 162 162 162 159 157 155 155 154 147 145 145 144 143 142 142 141 140 135 134 134 131 130 130 129 128 128 127 126

Scoring totals include all NCAA and WCHA playoff games

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DOUG PALAZZARI 1970-74

DAVE FEAMSTER 1976-80

TOM PREISSING 1999-03

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POSITION

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

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

Jason Gudmundson John Andrews Kent Fearns Spike Wilson Bruce Stewart Tie, Dean Magee Chris Anderson 58. Tie, Justin Morrison Tom Kelly Doug Kirton Eric Rud 62. Joey Crabb Rick Pracht 64. Tie, Bill Sweatt Jimmy Kilpatrick 66. Bob Lindberg 67. Rylan Schwartz 68. Jim Kronschnabel 69. Tie, Ike Scott Gord Whitaker 71. Ryan Reynard 72. Tie, Wayne Holmes Ken Filbey

JIM WARNER 1974-78

YEARS

GAMES

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

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 2009-present 1974-78 1956-58 1983-87 1991-95 1973-77 1982-86

157 114 153 47 80 135 152 159 147 144 168 159 89 143 149 79 115 121 60 132 151 121 151

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

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

125 121 119 117 114 113 113 112 112 112 112 110 110 109 109 107 106 105 103 103 101 100 100

SCOTT SWANSON 1995-99

MARTY SERTICH 2002-06

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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

PLAYER

GOALS

ASSISTS

POINTS

36 19 18 25 17 29 14 26 36 11 27 31 7 28 18 15 17 15

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

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

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

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

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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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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.

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 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 99 99 97 96 95 94 94 93 91 90 89 87 87 87

17. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

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 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 2002-06 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.

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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 min., 40 sec., 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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TEAM RECORDS MISCELLANEOUS Best Winning Pct. (Regular Season) ............. .857 Best Winning Pct. (WCHA Regular Season)... .875 Best Winning Pct. (Overall Season) .............. .844 Worst Season..............................................0-23 Most Victories (Regular Season).......................28 Most Victories (WCHA Regular Season) ............26 Most Victories (Overall Season)........................33 Most Consecutive Victories..............................12 Longest Undefeated Streak .............................18 Largest Margin of Victory .............................26-3

Most Losses (Overall Season)..........................33 Most Consecutive Losses ................................34 Most Ties .......................................................10

in 1995-96 (28-3-4) in 1995-96 (26-2-4) in 1956-57 (27-5, National Champions) in 1961-62 (excluding victory over Alumni) in 1995-96 in 1995-96 in 1995-96 in 1956-57 in 1995-96 (15-0-3) vs. University of Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); 17-0 vs. College of St. Thomas in 1954-55; 16-0 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. WCHA Opp.) ...................2:30

Six (All Games/vs. WCHA Opp.) ..................5 min.

Seven (All Games/vs. WCHA Opp.)................6:45

vs. Michigan Tech (Feb. 1, 1952) vs. North Dakota (Jan. 25, 1980) vs. Lake Forest (Nov. 18, 1966) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); 3:29 vs. Boston University, NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950); 5:18 vs. North Dakota (Jan. 25, 1980) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); 6:50 vs. Boston University (NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950); 8:36 vs. Denver (Feb. 21, 1987) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); 6:50 vs. Boston University, NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950); 10:04 vs. Denver (Feb. 21, 1987)

MOST PENALTY MINUTES Period...........................................................82* Game ...........................................................94* Two-game Series.........................................112* Season .......................................................924*

vs. Minnesota State (Feb. 28, 2003) vs. Minnesota State (Feb. 28, 2003) vs. Minnesota State (Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 2003); 103 vs. Wisconsin (Feb. 19-20, 1993) in 1994-95; 889 in 1984-85

MOST GOALS Period ............................................................10 Game.............................................................26 Two-game Series ............................................42

Season.........................................................225

vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947) and vs. Boston University NCAA Championship Game (March 18, 1950) vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5, 1947); 17 vs. Princeton in 1950-51 and Yale in 1956-57 vs. Nebraska-Omaha (Dec. 5-6, 1947); 31 vs. Tulsa All-Stars in 1940-41; 27 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 (continued next page)

* 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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DOUG LIDSTER 1979-83, All-America defenseman went on to win two Stanley Cups as an NHL player.


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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.

WCHA PLAYOFF RECORDS

by Minnesota in 1946-47 in 1982-83 by North Dakota (Jan. 30, 1960) by Denver (Nov. 13, 1971)

113 GAMES: 48-64-1 (.429)

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 WCHA 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 10, 2007 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) Matt Zaba (2-0 vs. Michigan Tech in Game 2, First Round) (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 (WCHA PLAYOFF YEAR) Goals ...............................................................6 OT Goals ..........................................................1 Assists .............................................................7

Points ..............................................................9 Penalties ..........................................................6 Penalty Minutes..............................................12 Saves...........................................................134 89

Justin Morrison (4 games), 1998-99 Seven different players Dave Delich (4 games), vs. Minnesota & Denver (1977-78); Eric Rud (4 games), vs. UAA, Minnesota & Wisconsin (1994-95) Jaden Schwartz (5 games), vs. Wisconsin, UAA & North Dakota (2010-11) Dale Maksymyk (4 games), vs. Wisconsin & Minnesota (1980-81) Jaden Schwartz (5 games), vs. Wisconsin, UAA & North Dakota (2010-11) Dave Feamster, vs. Minnesota & Denver (1977-78) Three different players Joe Howe (5 games), vs. Wisconsin, UAA & North Dakota (2010-11)


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ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

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 Game.............................................................72 Playoff Game..................................................60 Two-game Series ..........................................103 Two-game Playoff Series ...............................100 Season (All Games)....................................1,184 Season (WCHA Games)..............................1,081 Career (All Games).....................................3,630 Career (WCHA Games)...............................2,886

Eddie Mio vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 17, 1973); 26, Tom Frame vs. Minnesota (Jan. 10, 1981) Eddie Mio vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 17, 1973); 61, 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

WCHA 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)

SINGLE-SEASON SAVES

MOST SHUTOUTS Season.............................................................7 Career............................................................16

Jeff Sanger in 2001-02 Sanger (1998-02); 10, Zaba (2003-07); 9, McElhinney (2001-05)

LAST SHUTOUT WCHA Regular Season .................March 3, 2012 Non-League Regular Season..........Jan. 21, 2011 Post-Season (NCAA playoffs) ......March 22, 2002 Post-Season (WCHA playoffs)......March 10, 2007

(2-0) by Josh Thorimbert vs. Michigan Tech (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 Matt Zaba vs. Michigan Tech in Game 2, First Round

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.

1982-86 1985-89 1972-76 2003-07 1977-81 1966-69 1998-02 2001-05 1971-75 1992-96 1969-73

3,630 3,603 3,047 2,682 2,297 2,194 2,161 2,069 2,047 2,034 2,025

Marty Wakelyn Derek Pizzey Eddie Mio Tom Frame Ryan Struch Marty Wakelyn Derek Pizzey

CAREER SAVES

LAST TIME SHUT OUT Regular Season at Home (WCHA) ...Jan. 29, 2011 Regular Season Away (WCHA)........Feb. 19, 2010 By Non-WCHA Opponent................Oct. 23, 1999 In WCHA Playoffs .......................March 14, 2010

PLAYER

(6-0) by North Dakota (3-0) @ Minnesota (3-0) by Colgate (4-0) @ Minnesota Duluth (1st round, Game 3)

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C C Te a m A w a r d s 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

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

STEVE EBERT AWARD 1977-78 ..........................................................Greg Whyte 1978-79..........................................................Dave Delich 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

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 91

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

SHOUT速 AWARD GRITTIEST PLAYER 2005-06...........................................................Joey Crabb

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


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C C Te a m A w a r d s 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

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

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 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 92

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

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

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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ALL-WCHA 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

SEASON

1996-97

1997-98

1998-99

1999-00 2000-01

2001-02

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

Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Defense Forward Defense Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward Defense Forward

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Second Second Third Third First Second Third First Second Third First First Second Second Third First Second Second Third First Third Third

2002-03

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

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

2003-04 2004-05

2005-06

2006-07 2007-08

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

TEAM First First First Second Third First First First Second First Second Second Third First First First First Second Third First Second Third


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WCHA ALL-ACADEMIC HONORS PLAYER

YEAR(S)

Chris Anderson...........................................................1989 Jon Austin..................................................................1999 Ryan Bach ..........................................................1995, ’96 Dave Baker .........................................................1985, ’86 Ted Behrend........................................................2011, ‘12 Brian Bethard......................................................1991, ’93 Arthur Bidwill................................................2010, ‘11, ‘12 Grant Block.........................................................1991, ’92 Cal Brown..................................................................1988 Brian Bruininks.............................................1990, ’91, ’92 J.P. Brunkhorst....................................................2005, ’06 Tim Budy .....................................................1987, ’88, ’89 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 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 R.J. Enga ...................................................................1994 Kent Fearns ...............................................................1995 Sean Foley ...................................................1990, ’91, ’92 Paul Frank .................................................................1993 Trevor Frischmon..........................................2004, ’05, ’06 Guy Gadowsky ....................................................1987, ’89 Jake Gannon................................................2007, ’08, ’09

DAVID CIVITARESE (2008-12) Three-time WCHA Scholar-Athlete

PLAYER

YEAR(S)

Peter Geronazzo.........................................................1996 Reid Goolsby ................................................2002, ’03, ’04 Brent Gropp ...............................................................1986 Steve Grumley............................................................1988 Gabe Guentzel ..............................................2010, ‘11, ‘12 Jon Gustafson.....................................................1989, ’91 Tim Hall .......................................................2010, ‘11, ‘12 Andrew Hamburg ................................................2011, ‘12 Dave Hardie ........................................................1986, ’87 Chad Hartnell ...............................................1995, ’96, ’97 Jesse Heerema ............................................2000, ’01, ’02 Jack Hillen ...................................................2006, ’07, ’08 Keith Hoppe .................................................1986, ’87, ’88 Joe Howe............................................................2011, ‘12 Paul Johnson ...............................................1997, ’98, ’99 Jason Jozsa.................................................2001, ’02, ’03 Aaron Karpan.............................................................1999 Chris Kawano.............................................................2006 Marty Ketola ..............................................................1986 Doug Kirton.........................................................1989, ’90 Alexander Krushelnyski...............................................2012 Ryan Lowery ................................................2009, ’10, ‘11 Judd Lambert...............................................1995, ’96, ’97 Paul Manning......................................................1999, ’01 Jon Manthey..............................................................1991 Paul Markovich ...................................................1986, ’88 Scott McCulloch ....................................2006, ’07, ’08, ’09 Eamonn McDermott....................................................2012 Brian McMillin ..............................................2008, ’09, ’10 Bob Needham .....................................................1996, ’97 Berk Nelson .................................................1998, ’99, ’00 Steve Nelson..............................................................1994 Tyler O’Brien ................................................2009, ’10. ‘11 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 Chad Rau............................................................2008, ’09 Shawn Reddington .......................................1991, ’92, ’93 Chad Remackel..........................................................1995 Jeff Sanger ................................................................2002 Colin Schmidt.............................................................1996 Alan Schuler ................................................1990, ’91, ’92 Peter Sejna .........................................................2002, ’03 Rob Shypitka.......................................................1993, ’94 Archie Skalbeck .........................................................2012 Jon Steiner .........................................................1994, ’95 Brett Sterling................................................2004, ’05, ’06 Jesse Stokke................................................2004, ’05, ’06 Brandon Straub..........................................................2007 Steve Strunk .......................................................1990, ’92 Colin Stuart..................................................2002, ’03, ’04 94

PLAYER

YEAR(S)

Mike Stuart ................................................................2000 Scott Swanson .............................................1997, ’98, ’99 Lee Sweatt...................................................2005, ’06, ’07 Bill Sweatt....................................................2008, ’09, ’10 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 Shaun Winkler..............................................2000, ’01, ’02 Matt Zaba ....................................................2005, ’06, ’07 Colin Zulianello...........................................................2001

SCOTT McCULLOCH (2004-09) Four-time WCHA Scholar-Athlete

WCHA SCHOLAR ATHLETES FROM COLORADO COLLEGE The WCHA created its prestigious Scholar Athlete Award during the 2005-06 season to recognize outstanding performance in the classroom. Thirteen different Colorado College players, by virtue of a grade-point average of 3.5 or better, have won the award a total of 25 times. They are, in alphabetical order: J.P. Brunkhorst (2005-06) David Civitarese (2009-10, ’10-11, ‘11-12) Jake Gannon (2006-07, ’07-08, ’08-09) Jack Hillen (2007-08) Joe Howe (2010-11) Ryan Lowery (2008-09) Scott McCulloch (2005-06, ’06-07, ’07-08, ’08-09) 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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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

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HOMETOWN

PLAYER

A ••• Aamoth, Gordon Ahlbrecht, James Aikens, Bruce Aikens, Jeff Alexander, Pete Allen, Harold Allen, William 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 1967 1969 1990 1993 1959 1958 1952 1942 1968 1999 1992 1992

Blumer, Glen Bodtker, Stewart Boh, Rick Boivin, Michael Bonnett, Joe Boucher, Robert* Boychuk, Edward Boyden, George Bradley, Cody Brandt, Omer Brennan, Daniel Brennan, Tom Brindley, Tom Brown, Calvert Brown, Stephen Brownlee, Peter Bruininks, Brian Brunkhorst, John Budy, Timothy Buetow, Brad Bull, Townsend Burns, Daniel Bush, Walter III Bushie, Jason Byrne, Ron

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 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 Bachman, Richard Bachelier, Christy 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 Berglund, Arthur Berlet, Dick Berry, Cameron Bertsch, Michael Bethard, Brian Bidwill, Art Bissell, William Bleakney, Brian Block, Grant

1996 2011

1992-96 2007-09 Trainer 1993 1990-93 1986 1982-86 1972 1969-72 2003 1999-03 Manager 1941 1937-38 1976 1972-74 1960 1958-60 1960 1957-59 1951 1946-47 1955 1952-53 1964 1060-61 1944 1940-41 1946-47 Asst. Coach, 2000-08 1941-42 Head Coach 2012 2008-12 1972 1969-72 transferred 2002-03 1948 1945-46 1963 1960-63 1965-66 1952 1949-52 1973 1969-73 1993 1989-93 2012 2008-12 1945-46 1965 1958-60 1992 1988-92

Sherwood Park, Alta. Highlands Ranch, CO Nogales, AZ 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 Fort Frances, Ont. Winnetka, IL New Westminster, B.C. Grand Forks, ND Anchorage, AK Fontana, WI

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HOMETOWN

1966 1963-66 1998 1994-98 1987 1983-87 2013 2009-present Asst. Coach, 2000-present 1942 1938-39 1961 1958-61 1941 1938-40 2016 2012-present 1953 1950-53 1986 1982-86 Asst. Coach 1962-64 1990 1986-90 1983 1979-83 transferred 1990-91 1992 1988-92 2007 2003-06 1989 1985-89 Head Coach, 1988-93 1969 1967-69 1985 1981-85 1976 1972-76 Trainer 2007-present Asst. Coach, 1982-88

International Falls, MN Penticton, B.C. Kamloops, B.C. Delta, B.C. Plymouth, MI Colorado Springs, CO Regina, Sask. Colorado Springs, CO Brooklyn, NY Swan Lake, Man. 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 Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN Crookston, MN Lively, Ont.

1963 1970 1987 2004

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. Saskatoon, Sask. Florissant, CO North Battleford, Sask. Squaw Valley, CA Silver Bay, MN St. Paul, MN Burnsville, MN Calgary, Alta. Superior, WI Duluth, MN Louisville, KY Superior, WI Kamsack, Sask. Weston, Ont. LaVerne, CA Regina, Sask.

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 Chamney, Jack* Chapman, Neil Cheyne, Travis Chisholm, Colin Christensen, Eric Christofferson, Curtis Christopherson, Jason Civitarese, David Clark, Darren Clark, Harold Jr. Clark, John Hallett III Clark, Trent Clark, William Clarke, Doug Clarke, Noah Cochrane, Frederick

Transcona, Man. Carmel, IN 95

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 1946 1939-42, ’45-46 Strength Coach 1998 1994-97 1989 1986-87 1994 1990-91 1979 1975-79 1996 1992-96 2012 2008-12 1999 1995-99 1968 1965-68 1942 1938-39 2002 1998-02 1954 1951-53 1989 1983-85, ’86-87 2003 1999-03 1960 1958-60


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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 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 Crum, Tom Cugnet, Jason Cullen, Joe Cullen, Mark Curphy, Robert Cush, Kenneth

CLASS OF

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HOMETOWN

1969 1966-69 2001 1997-01 2014 2010-present Trainer, 1938-66 1972 1968-71 2010 2006-09 1965-66 1982 Trainer 1951-52 1954-55 1955 1952-55 2007 2003-07 2006 2002-06 1969 1966-67 1989 1985-86 2004 2000-04 Asst. Coach, 1990-93 1989 1986-88 1991 1987-89 2000 1996-98 2003 1999-03 2002 1998-02 1962 1959-60 1953 1950-51

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 Aspen, CO North Battleford, Sask. Moorhead, MN Moorhead, MN Eveleth, MN Calgary, Alta.

1955 1952-55 1959 1957-59 2010 2006-10 1979 1975-79 Interim Asst. Coach, 2004 1940 1946-47 1956 1954-55 1958 1954-56 1952 1949-52 1982 1978-80 2015 2011-present 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

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

PLAYER Egan, John “Mike”* Egan, Thomas Egan, Tim Elfring, Calvin Enga, R.J. Engelstad, Richard Eveland, Dakota Ewonus, George* Ewonus, Gregory

Feamster, David Fearns, Kent Fejes, Hunter Ferguson, Scott Filbey, Ken Fisher, Tony Flynn, Al Foley, Sean Fordyce, Warren Frame, Thomas Frank, Paul Frasca, Trip Frasca, Tony* Fredheim, Kris French, Dean Freyschlag, K.G. Frischmon, Trevor Frolick, James

1953 1955 1966 transferred

1949-52 1951-54 1963-66 1945-46

HOMETOWN

1975 1973 1977 1998 1995 1967 2014 1947 1957

1971-74 1973-74 1994-98 1991-95 1966-67 2010-present 1940-42, ’45-46 1952-53, ’55-56

Mahtomedi, MN Mahtomedi, MN Mahtomedi, MN Coaldale, Alta. Colorado Springs, CO Grand Forks, ND Anaheim, CA Melville, Sask. Melville, Sask.

1980 1995 2016 1985 1986

1976-80 1991-95 2012-present 1981-82 1982-86 1971-73 1955-56 1988-91 1962-65 1977-81 1991-95 1973-75 1949-52 2006-10 1985-86 1947-48 2002-06 1960-63

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 Colorado Springs, CO Belmont, MA Campbell River, B.C. Grafton, ND Colorado Springs, CO Ham Lake, MN Regina, Sask.

1992 1965 1981 1995 1978 1952 2010 1989 1950 2006 1963

G ••• Gabowski, Gil Gadowsky, Guy Gagnon, Len* Gale, Don Gallus, Bruce Gambucci, Andy Gannon, Jake Garrett, Beau Garvey, Dick Gazzola, Peter Gee, Wayne Geibel, Brian Genz, John Geronazzo, Peter Gibbons, Mike Gilbertson, Larry Gilbreth, Matt Gile, James Glassmeyer, Scott Glazebrook, Al Goodacre, William Goolsby, Reid Gordon, Brian Gould, Thomas Grabowski, Gilbert Granato, Robert

Colorado Springs, CO Winchester, MA Minneapolis, MN Lindsay, Ont. Excelsior, MN Regina, Sask.

E ••• Eastwood, Bud Eastwood, Fred Ebert, Steve* Eddolls, Gordie

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. Saskatoon, Sask. St. Paul, MN Montreal, Que.

96

1960-61 1989 1985-89 1953 1948-49, ’52-53 1969 1966-69 1975 1970-74 1953 1949-53 2009 2005-09 1998 1994-95 1967 1964-67 1958 1954-55 1961 1958-61 1995 1991-92 1967 1964-67 1996 1992-96 Asst. Coach, 1988-90 1962 1959-62 1989 1986-87 1986 1982-85 1991 1987-89 1943 1939-40 1962 1958-61 2004 2000-04 1979-80 1969 1967-68 1963 1960-61 transferred 1989-91

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 Trail, B.C. White Bear Lake, MN Grand Forks, ND Colorado Springs, CO Aspen, CO Darien, CT Long Island, NY Red Deer, Alta. Ipswich, MA Colorado Springs, CO Minneapolis, MN Regina, Sask. Downers Grove, IL


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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 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

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2006 2003-05 1943 1941-42 Manager 1975 1971-75 1946 Manager 1998 1994-97 1986 1982-86 1989 1985-87 1953 Manager 1998 1994-98 2012 2008-12 Asst. Coach, 2008-09 1975 1971-75 1991 1987-91 1965 1962-63 1999 1995-99

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

Middleton, WI Los Angeles, CA Rochester, MN N. St. Paul, MN

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 Hamburg, Andrew Hamilton, Gord “Spud” Hampson, Greg Hampson, Scott Hansen, Donald Hanson, Dave Hanson, Jared Hanson, Kenneth Harasyn, Harry Hardie, David Harrison, Marty Harrison, Neil Harstaad, Aaron Hartnell, Chad Hartsburg, Chris Hartwell, James Hartwell, Kenneth Hartwell, Ron Haugland, Richard Hawkins, James Hay, William Heckler, David Heerema, Jesse Heinbecker, Joe Hendrickson, Alan Herbert, John Sr. Herndon, Eric “Cricket” Hersack, Donald Hersack, Robert Herzog, Geoff Hibben, John Hiefield, Mike Higgins, Stephen Hildebrand, Guy Hill, Doug

1978 1974-78 transferred 1989-90 1941 1938-40 1974 Manager 2012 2008-12 2013 2009-present Equip. Manager, 2008-present 1983 1979-83 1982 1978-82 1957 1954-55 1977 1973-77 2016 2013-present 1964 1961-64 1956-57 1986 1983-86 transferred 1991-92 1952 Team Manager 2015 2011-present 1997 1993-97 2002 1998-02 1980 1977-79 1961 1959-60 1952 1949-52 1967 1964-67 1969 1966-69 1958 1956-58 1980 1976-80 2002 1998-02 2000 1997-99 1973 1969-73 1969 1966-69 1982 Team Manager 1957 1955-56 1956 1955-56 1998 1994-98 1977 Manager 1977 1973-77 1969 1966-67 1973 1969-73 1960-61

St. Paul, MN St. Paul, MN Colorado Springs, CO Minneapolis, MN Sewickley, PA Phoenix, AZ Ottawa, Ont. Edina, MN Edina, MN Colorado Springs, CO North St. Paul, MN Palmer, AK Minneapolis, MN Yorkton, Sask. Penticton, B.C. Needham, MA Aurora, CO Stevens Point, WI Lloydminister, Alta. Chicago, IL Calgary, Alta. Swan Lake, Man. Swan Lake, Man. International Falls, MN Wabamun, Atla. Saskatoon, Sask. Northbrook, IL Murillo, Ont. Sandy, UT Minneapolis, MN White Bear Lake, MN Springfield, IL Vancouver, B.C. Vancouver, B.C. Burnsville, MN Hillsdale, IL Milwaukie, OR Hopkins, MN Buena Park, CA Sudbury, Ont.

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Asst. Coach, 1995-99 2008 2004-08 1955 1952-55 1994 1990-91 1966 1965-66 transferred 1992-93 1990 1986-90 1977 1973-77 1988 1984-88 1941 SID, Manager 1972 1969-72 1967 1964-66 2013 2009-present 1958 1954-57 1958 1954-56 Trainer 1948 1945-48 SID 1993 1989-93

HOMETOWN 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

1950 1947-50 Strength Coach, 2006-10

Eveleth, MN East Greenwich, RI

J ••• Jackson, David Jacobi, Robert Jaraczewski, Jody Jaycock, Stan Jenkins, Edwin Johnson, Bob* Johnson, Jon Johnson, Paul Johnson, Tyler Jozsa, Jason

1942 1971 1994

1938-40 1968-71 1990-94 1954-55 1976 1972-76 Head Coach, 1963-66 transferred 1991-92 1999 1995-99 2011 2007-11 2003 1999-03

Washington, CT Grand Forks, ND DePere, WI Calgary, Alta. Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN Pittsburgh, PA Crookston, MN Cloquet, MN Calgary, Alta.

K ••• Kahoot, Bob Kaiser, Chuck Karpan, Aaron Kawano, Chris Kawashima, Bill Kearney, Peter Kelly, Thomas Kelly, Thomas* Kendall, Colin Kennific, Dick* Kesler, Michael Kessler, Charles Ketola, Marty Keyte, Jack Kilbreath, Paul* Kilpatrick, Jimmy Kim, Alex King, Douglas King, Kyle King, Michael 97

1960 2000 2007 1971 1952 1982 transferred 1955 1970 1983 1987 1950 1963 2008 2002 1968 1987 2016

1958-60 1976-77 1996-2000 2003-07 Trainer 1967-70 1950-52 1978-82 1997-98 1952-53 1967-70 1979-80 1983-87 1946-47 1960-63 2004-08 2000-02 1965-68 1983-84 2012-present

Yorkton, Sask. St. Louis, MO Regina, Sask. Aurora, CO Honolulu, HI Virginia, MN Arlington, MA Edina, MN Chestermere, Alta. Rowley, MA Detroit, MI Colorado Springs, CO Cloquet, MN Colorado Springs, CO Wallaceburg, Ont. New Prague, MN Fullerton, CA Minneapolis, MN Portland, OR Prince George, B.C.


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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 Kinsley, Kenneth Kirton, Douglas Klashman, Fred Kleisinger, Terry Knoke, Mike Kola, Bruce Konnetic, Dick Kopesky, Steven Kosick, Peter Krause, Don Kreusch, Tony Krischuk, Jason Krushelnyski, Alex Krois, Mark Kronschnabel, Jim Kryway, Cam

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

HOMETOWN

1954 1951-54 1990 1986-90 1976 1972-76 Asst. Coach, 2000-04, 2009-12 transferred 1976-78 Trainer, 1974-present 1951-53 1966 1963-66 1954 1951-54 1954 Manager 1988 Manager transferred 2001-02 2014 2010-present 1987 1983-86 1978 1974-78 2000 1996-2000

Calgary, Alta. Elmvale, Ont. 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 Bloomfield Hills, MI St. Paul, MN St. Paul, MN Calgary, Alta.

1970 1967-70 1997 1993-97 Asst. Coach, 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 2001-03 V-12 1945-46 1953 1949-53 1975 1971-75 2013 2009-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. Coach, 2005-06 Head Coach, 1938-42 2015 2011-15 1942 1938-39 1971 1968-71 1973-74 1947 Manager 1960 1958-60 2011 2007-11 Head Coach, 1993-99 1982 1978-82

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 Kirkland Lake, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont. International Falls, MN Calgary, Alta. Kamloops, B.C. Osoyoos, B.C. Minneapolis, MN Grand Forks, ND Deerfield, MA

PLAYER MacDonald, Garret MacDonald, Sonny MacDonald, William* MacDougall, Jim Magee, Dean Magie, Robert Mahncke, R. Bruce Maiko, Gerard Maksymyk, Dale Mallinger, Michael* Mancini, Robert Mangus, Dean Manning, Paul Manthey, Jon Marciano, Joe Markovich, Paul Marks, Harris Marks, Tudor Jr. Marsolais, 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 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 Meier, Lawrence Meier, Lew* Melville, Edmond* Metzger, Steve Metzger, William Mick, Jay Might, Jack* Mills, Jack

L ••• 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 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 Lowery, Ryan Lucia, Don Lundgren, Jeffrey

Breckenridge, CO Minneapolis, MN Duluth, MN Minneapolis, MN Monument, CO Dauphin, Man. Inverness, IL Grand Rapids, MN Roseville, MN

M ••• Maccini, Leonard*

1953

1950-53

Wellesley, MA

98

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Asst. Coach, 1999-00 1947-49 1952 1949-50 1990 1987-90 1978 1974-78 1965 1962-65 1969 1966-69 1960 1958-60 1981 1977-81 1972 1969-72 1982 1978-82 1972 1970-72 2001 1997-01 1991 1987-91 2013 2009-present 1988 1984-88 1990 1986-88 1966 1957 1955-56 1962 1960-62 1964 1964-65 1940 1938-39 Manager, 2001-06 Head Coach, 1966-71 1949 1945-46 1964 1961-64 1951 1948-49 1994 1990-93 1986 1982-84 1984 1980-81 1944 1941-42 1944 1939-42 1986 1984-86 1976 1972-73 2008 2004-09 1958 1956-58 2010 2010-present 1986 1982-84 2005 2001-05 1986 1982-83 1958 1957-58 1963 1960-63 1943 1939-42 1942 1939-40, ’41-42 1938-39 2010 2006-10 1996 1992-96 Manager 1949 1945-49 1946-47 1959 1957-59 1996 1992-95 1967 1964-67 Trainer 1948 1947-48 1953 Manager

HOMETOWN Burnaby, B.C. New Westminster, B.C. Hamden, CT Janesville, WI Banff, Alta. Duluth, MN Colorado Springs, CO Vegreville, Alta. Selkirk, Man. St. Paul, MN Seaford, NY Winnipeg, Man. Red Deer, Alta. Anoka, MN Alta Loma, CA Grand Forks, ND Willowdale, Ont. Colorado Springs, CO 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 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 Regina, Sask. Regina, Sask. Drumheller, Alta. Roseville, MN St. Paul, MN Houston, TX Colorado Springs, CO Boston, MA


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PROGRAM HISTORY

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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 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

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HOMETOWN

1954-55 1972-73 1963 1961-62 1942 1940-42 1976 1972-76 1959 1955-56 1976 1972-76 1978 1975-78 transferred 1989-91 Head Coach, 1944-45 1955 Manager 1969 Manager 2014 2010-present SID, 1986-present 1958 1955-56 2001 1997-01 1962 1959-62 1983 1979-80 transferred 1977-78 1990 1988-89 Manager 1944 1940-42 1970 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 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, 2003-04 transferred 1986-88

Quesnel, B.C. 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.

PLAYER

Yorkton, Sask. Calgary, Alta. Hibbing, MN Duluth, MN Windsor, Ont. Calgary, Alta. Thunder Bay, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont. Pittsburgh, PA Spokane, WA

Owens, Scott

Palazzari, Doug Palazzari, Tony Palm, David Paradise, Jim Parliament, Marvin Paton, Wayne Patterson, Harley Patrosso, Derek Paulson, Jim Paulson, Mark Paxton, David Pederson, Thomas 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 Olds, Andy Oliver, Jack Olsen, Mark Olsen, William Olson, Lynn Olson, Marty Osborne, Charles Osborne, Gary Oscar, Kerry Otto, Henry III Otto, Robert Overman, Matt

2011 2009 1973 transferred 1998 1941 1989 1968 1976 transferred 1972 1976 1966 2010

2007-present 2005-09 1969-72 1979-80 1993-96 1939-40 1985-89 1965-68 1972-76 1989-91 1968-69 1969-71 1966-68 Trainer 1963-65 2006-10

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

HOMETOWN

1979

1975-79 (Head Coach 1999-present)

Madison, WI

P •••

N ••• Needham, Bobby 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 Minneapolis, MN Denver, CO Burnsville, MN Minneapolis, MN East Grand Forks, ND International Falls, MN Lexington, MA Hibbing, MN Swift Current, Sask. Scarsdale, NY Edmonton, Alta. Bloomington, MN

1974 1978 1971 1994 1964 1982 1959 2008

1970-74 1975-78 1963-66 1990-94 1960-63 Manager 1957-59 2004-08 1972-73 1970 1967-70 1995 1991-95 1988 1984-88 2000 1996-2000 2000 1996-2000 2000 1996-2000 1985 1981-85 1966 1963-66 Asst. Coach, 1994-97 1965-66 1993 1989-93 2005 2001-05 1982 1978-82 1989 1985-89 1991 1987-91 transferred 1988-90 2005 2001-05 2007 2003-07 transferred 1996-98 1979 1975-78 transferred 1987-89 1975 Manager 2003 1999-03 1962 1960-62 1975 1971-75 1942 1938-40 2010 2006-10 1971 1968-71 transferred 1994-95 1974 1970-74

Eveleth, MN Eveleth, MN Grand Forks, ND Mound, MN Cochrane, Ont. Colorado Springs, CO Hythe, Alta. Northville, MI Grand Forks, ND Grand Forks, ND Thunder Bay, Ont. Roseau, 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

2010 1986 1987

2006-10 Trainer, 1992-07 1983-85

Thousand Oaks, CA Denver, CO Springfield, MA

R ••• Radakovich, Mike* Rafferty, Patrick Ralph, Ken Rapuzzi, William Rau, Chad Ray, Chris* Reddington, Shawn Reeve, Henry 99

Asst. Coach transferred 1989-91 Athletic Director, 2007-present 2013 2009-present 2009 2005-09 1951 1947-51 transferred 1990-92 1975

Altoona, WI Salem, NH Anchorage, AK Eden Prairie, MN Belmont, MA Andover, MN Los Angeles, CA


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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 Reichart, Ron Reid, J. Juan* Reid, Shawn 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* Ross, John “Chick”* Rotondo, Ernest Rowell, Dick* Roy, Clement Royal, Bernard Rud, Eric Ryan, Brad Ryan, Casey Ryan, Peter

CLASS OF

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

1982 1978-82 Rochester, MN Athletic Director Colorado Springs, CO 1994 1990-94 Toronto, Ont. 1978 1976-78 St. Paul, MN 1953 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 1946 1939-42, ’45-46 Saskatoon, Sask. 1959 1949 1941-42, ’47-49 Winnipeg, Man. 1943 1941-42, ’46-47 Virginia, MN 1956 1954-56 Yorkton, Sask. 1997 1993-97 (Asst. Coach, 2003-04) Inver Grove Hgts, MN Asst. Coach Faribault, MN 1971 1968-71 Grand Forks, ND 1969 1966-69 Grand Forks, ND

Sejna, Peter Selman, Butch Sertich, Marty Sertich, Mike Sertich, Steve Shaw, Matt Sheridan, Timothy Sherry, Hunter Shypitka, Rob Sime, Chris Silver, John Silverberg, Douglas Simon, Kenneth Simon, Roger Simus, A. Jeffrey Simus, John Sjowall, Erik Skalbeck, Archie Skogstrom, Janne Slattengren, Aaron Slattery, Joseph 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 Stokke, Jesse Stouffer, Donald Stoykewych, Peter Straub, Brandon Straub, Michael Struch, Randy Strunk, Steve Stuart, Colin

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 Schum, Douglas Schwartz, Jaden Schwartz, Rylan Schwartz, Joe Scott, Ike Scrim, David Seasons, Thomas Seguin, Gerard

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 1972 1969-73 2014 2010-12 2013 2009-present 1991 1988-90 1958 1956-58 1965 1962-65 1950 1946-49 1981 1977-81

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 Rosemere, Que. Wilcox, Sask. Wilcox, Sask. St. Paul, MN Pamour, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Montreal, Que. Windsor, Ont.

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YEARS PLAYED/COACHED

2004 1983 2006 transferred 1974 1989 1988 1976 1995 Asst. Coach 1974 1956 1955 1965 1956 1964 1993 2014 1981 2006 1949 1956 1977 1960

2000-03 1979-83 2002-06 2004-05 1970-74 1988-89 1984-87 1972-74 1991-95 1988-92 Manager 1953-56 1951-53 1962-65 1954-56 1961-64 1989-90 2010-present 1977-81 2002-06 1946-49 1954-56 1973-76 1957-60 1952-53 1954-56

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 2006 2002-06 1963 1961-63 2015 2011-15 2007 2004-07 1977 1973-77 1982 1978-82 1992 1988-92 2004 2000-04

HOMETOWN

Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia St. Louis, MO Roseville, MN Roseville, MN Virginia, MN Renton, WA Colorado Springs, CO Madison, WI Cranbrook, B.C. New Brighton, MN Santa Fe, NM Reger, Alta. Park Ridge, IL St. Paul, MN Minneapolis, MN Minneapolis, MN St. Paul, MN Hopkins, MN Enedyberg, Sweden Duluth, MN Sutherland, Sask. 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 Hermantown, MN Vancouver, B.C. Winnipeg, Man. Colorado Springs, CO Ann Arbor, MI Kamloops, B.C. Wausau, WI Rochester, 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 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

2006 2002 1987 1973 1999 1999 2010 2007 1996 1973

2002-05 1998-02 1983-85 1969-73 1995-99 1995-99 2006-10 2003-07 1992-96 1971-72

HOMETOWN

PLAYER

Wamsganz, Scott 2015 Warner, Ed* Manager, Warner, James 1978 Warwick, Arthur 1964 Waugh, John 1940 Weir, James 1954 Wells, John 1967 Westby, Dave Asst. Coach Whitaker, Gordon 1987 White, Burleson 1951 Whiteside, Cy 1959 Whitworth, Harry* 1950 Whyte, Gregory 1981 Wieck, Doug transferred Wilcox, Ted SID Wilcox, Thomas 1970 Wilder, Clark 1951 Wilharm, James 1990 Williams, Boyce Manager Wilson, Wilmer “Spike”* 1943 Winkler, Scott 2013 Winkler, Shaun 2002 Winograd, Robert 1973 Wishart, Don 1957 Wishart, Vernon R. 1950 Wonoski, Fred Woodruff, Clinton* 1940 Wright, Scott Manager Wysopal, Brett transferred

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*

Athletic Director Asst. Coach 1993 1990-93 2015 2011-present 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-present Manager, 1995-98 transferred 1946-47 1976 Manager transferred 2001-03 1994 1991-93 1945-47 1984 1980-84 1948 1941-42

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

YEARS PLAYED/COACHED 2011-15 2006-08 1974-78 1961-64 Manager, 1938-40 1952-53 1965-67 1983-87 Manager 1957-59 1946-50 1977-81 1984-86 Manager 1947-50 1988-90 1939-43 2009-present 1998-02 1969-72 1954-57 1946-49 1954-55 1939-40 2007-08

HOMETOWN 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

Y ••• Yalich, Milo (Mike)* Yankovich, Alexander Young, Earl Young, Ernest* Young, Ian Young, John Yutsyk, Dale

U ••• Underwood, Stephen

CLASS OF

1950 1963 1960 1942 2015 1971

1947-50 1960-63 1957-59 1938-42 2011-present 1959-60 1968-71

2007 1991 2001 1975

2003-07 1987-91 1997-01 1972-75

Eveleth, MN Schumacher, Ont. Schumacher, Ont. Saskatoon, Sask. Missouri City, TX Timmins, Ont. Lethbridge, Alta.

Calgary, Alta.

Z ••• V ••• Vacanti, Mike Van, Glenn Van Pelt, John Varley, Emily* Venkus, Chris Viger, Howard Villeneuve, Ronald Vlassopoulos, Andreas Voorhees, Brent Voorhees, K.J.

1983 1980 transferred 1992 1957 1958 2010 2001 2000

1980-81 1976-80 2000-01 Equip. Room Supervisor 1991-92 1954-56 1957-58 2005-10 1997-01 1996-00

1968 1986 1999 2009

1965-67 1982-86 1995-97 2006-09

Zaba, Matt Zawatsky, Edward Zulianello, Colin Zupetz, Charlie

Edina, MN W. St. Paul, MN 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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W ••• Wakefield, Thomas Wakelyn, Marty Waldo, Brian Walsky, Eric

Yorkton, Sask. Langenburg, Sask. Thunder Bay, Ont. Virginia, MN

Devils Lake, ND Victoria, B.C. Cottage Grove, MN Anchorage, AK

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All-Time Results 1937-38 DATE J 21 F1 F2 F8 F 16 F 23 F 25 M2 n/a n/a n/a n/a

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 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 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 27 D 28 D 30 J3 J4 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 F8 F 10 F 20 F 21 F 27 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 25 D 26 D 29 D 30 J9

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

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J 10 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

6.................................Wichita Flyers ..................................2 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.............................@ Wichita Flyers................................1 8...............................@ 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 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 *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 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) *NCAA playoff game #NCAA finals


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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 College (Manitoba)........................7 9.......................Brandon College (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 College (Manitoba)........................3

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F9 F 12 F 13 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 M1 M3 M 14 M 15

8.......................Brandon College (Manitoba)........................2 3 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................0 6 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................3 5.........................@ University of Michigan..........................3 6.........................@ University of Michigan ....................7 (ot) 9........................University of North Dakota .........................5 9........................University of North Dakota .........................2 6......................University of British Columbia.......................6 10....................University of British Columbia.......................7 4................................Yale University* .................................3 1..........................University of Michigan# ...........................4 *NCAA playoff game, #NCAA finals

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 D4 D5 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 College (Manitoba)........................4 11.....................Brandon College (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

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T 25-5-0

1957 NCAA CHAMPIONS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

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 18 F 19 F 27 M6 M8

5..............................Harvard University ...............................3 9..............................Harvard University ...............................0 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 5............................Dartmouth University .............................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 3 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................2 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...................................3 7..................................Prince Albert...................................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 ....................................5 5 ...................................Lethbridge ....................................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 26 N 27 D3 D5 D 13 D 14 D 16 D 17 D 22 D 23 D 29 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 State University .........................4 12 ......................Humboldt State University .........................3 12...............................Saint Boniface..................................2 15...............................Saint Boniface..................................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 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 14............................Flin Flon Bombers ...............................5 9..............................Flin Flon Bombers ...............................6 10................................Prince Albert...................................2 9..................................Prince Albert...................................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 (N/A)

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 1 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................1 (ot) 5.............................USSR Hockey Team ............................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 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 (no league play)

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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 ..........................Russian 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


INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T 1960-61 4-20-0 (4-18)

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

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 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 M2 M3

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 12 J 13 J 19 J 25 J 26 F1 F2 F5 F4 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

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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

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 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

7-18-1 (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 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


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 D3 D4 D 21 D 22 D 29 D 30 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 26 M3

6 ................................Ohio University .................................0 8 ................................Ohio University .................................3 2.........................vs. University of Toronto#..........................6 3 .............................Boston University#.............................10 3.......................University of North Dakota$ ......................11 6 .............................Colgate University$ ..............................2 5 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................4 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 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

15-3-1 (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.......................@ University of Wisconsin^ ........................2 7 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 2........................University of North Dakota .........................6 2........................University of North Dakota .........................4 4 ............................Australian Nationals..............................3 2 ............................Australian Nationals..............................2 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 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 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 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................10 3 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................2 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 *WCHA playoff game ^at Denver

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 Comm. College.........................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

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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)


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

1970-71 DATE N 13 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D4 D5 D 30 J1 J2 J5 J8 J9 J 12 J 13 J 15 J 16 J 29 J 30 F5 F6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 M1 M5 M6 M 11

CC | COACH JOHN MATCHEFTS | OPP 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 2.................................U.S. Nationals ..................................7 3.................................U.S. Nationals ................................11 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 8 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 8...........................University of Michigan ............................2 6...........................University of Michigan ............................3 10 ..........................Iron Range All-Stars..............................2 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth ...........................10 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................8 1 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................8 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................1 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 8........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................6 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy .....................7 (ot) 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 6........................University of North Dakota .........................3 2........................University of North Dakota .........................7 4........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................7 8..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................5 5 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................4 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 6 ............................University of Denver..............................7 3..........................@ University of Denver*...........................6 *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 M2 M3 M5

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

1972-73 DATE N3 N4 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 D1 D2

11-17-1 (7-11)

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 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6

D8 D9 D 28 D 30 J3 J5 J6 J 12 J 13 J 19 J 20 J 24 J 26 J 27 F1 F3 F5 F9 F 10 F 15 F 17 F 21 F 23 F 24 M2 M3

6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................3 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 2 .........................University of Wisconsin$ ..........................6 10 ........................@ St. Louis University$ ...........................4 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................12 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 3.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................8 6.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................8 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................3 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 14........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................4 8...........................University of Michigan ............................7 6...........................University of Michigan ............................4 2 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................7 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 1.................................Michigan Tech..................................7 3.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 3 .........................@ University of Denver^ ..........................8 1 ............................University of Denver..............................3 9..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................6 4 ........................University of North Dakota .........................2 3 ........................University of North Dakota .........................1 4 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................9 2 ......................@ Michigan State University .......................6 $St. Louis 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 .............................Cornell University$...............................9 8 ............................Clarkson University$ .............................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 Invitational

1974-75 DATE O 25 O 26 N1 N2 N8 N9 N 15 N 16 N 22 N 23 N 29 N 30 D6

23-16-0 (21-11)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 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 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................2 5.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 3.........................@ University of Michigan..........................7 4 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7

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D7 D 13 D 14 D 21 D 27 D 28 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

5 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 6 ............................University of Denver..............................2 5 ...........................University of Denver$.............................3 4 ...............................West Germany$.................................2 7......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................2 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 6........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................7 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 $Broadmoor International Tournament, *WCHA playoff game

1975-76 DATE N7 N8 N 14 N 15 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D5 D6 D9 D 12 D 14 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

1976-77 DATE O 29 O 30 N5 N6 N 12 N 13 N 19

15-22-1 (15-16-1)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 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........................Czechoslovakian Nationals.........................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 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 *WCHA playoff game

13-25-2 (11-20-1)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 3........................University of North Dakota ........................ 4 5........................University of North Dakota .........................3 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................6 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6


INTRODUCTION

N 20 N 26 N 27 D3 D4 D 10 D 11 D 20 D 21 D 22 D 29 D 31 J2 J7 J8 J 14 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F4 F5 F 11 F 13 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M4 M5 M9 M 10

7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 3 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 2.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................7 2.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................6 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................6 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 3............................@ Brown University$.............................4 3...........................University of Vermont$............................5 8 .........................Rensselaer Polytechnic$ ..........................8 7 .......................................USSR ......................................10 6.........................Michigan State University..........................4 7.........................Michigan State University......................... 3 4.........................@ University of Michigan..........................6 7.........................@ University of Michigan..........................8 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 13 ............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 7.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 6.........................University of Notre Dame ..........................8 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................2 5........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 2......................@ University of North Dakota.....................11 7........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 8........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................9 9 ............................University of Denver..............................2 1 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................3 1 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................3 $Brown Invitation Tournament, *WCHA playoff game

1977-78 DATE 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 F 24 F 25 M3 M4 M 10 M 11 M 14 M 15 M 18

PROGRAM HISTORY

18-22-1 (13-19)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 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 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 $Broadmoor Holiday Tournament, *WCHA playoff game, #NCAA wildcard playoff game

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T 1978-79 12-24-2 (11-19-2) 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 M3 M6 M7

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 .......................................USSR ........................................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 1 ............................University of Denver..............................0 3 .....................@ University of North Dakota* ......................6 3 .....................@ University of North Dakota* ......................7 *WCHA playoff game

RICK BOH One of 32 former Tigers to have competed at the NHL level prior to the 2011-12 season

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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

1979-80 DATE O 18 O 26 O 27 N2 N3 N9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 30 D1 D7 D8 D 11 D 14 D 15 D 18 D 19 D 21 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 J 25 J 26 F1 F2 F5 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 F 29 M1 M7 M8 M 14 M 15

21-17-1 (16-13-1)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 1............................U.S. Olympic Team** ...........................10 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................2 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 5 ............................University of Denver........................4 (ot) 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 6.................................Michigan Tech ............................5 (ot) 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................8 7 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin ...................4 (ot) 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 7........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................4 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 6 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 7.........................Michigan State University ....................6 (ot) 6.........................Michigan State University..........................1 10............................Harvard University ...............................4 7 .............................Boston University$ .........................8 (ot) 3 .............................@ Yale University$...............................4 5.........................@ University of Michigan........................10 4........................@ University of Michigan ....................4 (ot) 5.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................6 4.......................@ University of Notre Dame........................5 9........................University of North Dakota ...................8 (ot) 3........................University of North Dakota .........................7 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 7 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................2 3..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................2 7 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech .............................11 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 7 ..........................University of Wisconsin......................6 (ot) 4 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................2 10 ..........................University of Denver..............................2 4 .............................Minnesota Duluth*...............................3 7 .............................Minnesota Duluth*...............................6 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................5 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................8 **Exhibition game $Colonial Bank Holiday Tournament *WCHA playoff game

EDDIE MIO The Colorado College All-America goaltender played for three NHL teams during his professional career.


INTRODUCTION

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

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

1981-82 DATE 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

PROGRAM HISTORY

11-23-2 (6-16-1)

CC | COACH JEFF SAUER | OPP 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 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................3 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................6 *WCHA playoff game, **Exhibition game

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 1982-83 6-28-1 (2-24) DATE O 22 O 23 O 29 O 30 N3 N5 N6 N 12 N 13 N 26 N 27 D7 D 11 D 12 D 29 D 30 J2 J3 J7 J8 J 14 J 15 J 19 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 J 31 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26

CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................3 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 1 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................9 1 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................8 4 ........................University of North Dakota .........................3 3 ..........................University of Minnesota .........................12 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................9 6...............................U.S. International................................4 4 .....................@ Northern Arizona University ......................9 6 .....................@ Northern Arizona University ......................0 5 .............................Colgate University$ ........................5 (ot) 7............................Princeton University$ .......................6 (ot) 11 ..........................@ U.S. International..............................7 3 ............................@ U.S. International..............................5 5........................@ University of Minnesota .......................13 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................8 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................1 3 ............................University of Denver..............................8 7 ............................University of Denver..............................8 4............................U.S. Olympic Team** ...........................12 2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................8 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................9 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 3 ..........................@ University of Denver .........................11 4 ............................University of Denver............................10 2 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................3 2 .......................@ University of Wisconsin* ........................5 $Broadmoor Classic,**Exhibition game *WCHA playoff game

1983-84 DATE O 21 O 22 O 28 O 29 N4 N5 N 11 N 12 N 18 N 19 D2 D3 D9 D 10 D 22 D 23 J2 J5 J6 J7 J 13 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 27 J 28 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18 F 25 F 26

9-25-1 (5-21)

CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP 0 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 5 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 5 ............................University of Denver..............................3 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................5 2 ........................University of North Dakota .........................4 1....................... Northern Arizona University........................5 4 .......................Northern Arizona University ........................0 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................3 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................4 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 6 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 4 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................3 9...............................U.S. International................................4 3 .................@ University of Alaska-Anchorage$ ..................8 10 ............................Japan University$ ...............................2 3 ...............................Boston College$ ................................3 4 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 1 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................4 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................6 2 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................8 9 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 6 ............................University of Denver..............................8 0 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................6 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................7 0 ........................University of North Dakota .........................8 4 ........................University of North Dakota .........................7 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 5 ............................University of Denver..............................7 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................3 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................4 $First Interstate Classic *WCHA playoff game

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MARTY WAKELYN Colorado College’s all-time saves leader was under contract with the New York Islanders for four seasons.

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


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

1985-86 DATE O 11 O 18 O 19 O 25 O 26 N1 N2 N8 N9 N 15 N 16 N 22 N 23 N 29 N 30 D6 D7 D 13 D 14 D 27 D 28 D 30 J3 J4 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F1 F8 F9 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 M1

CC | COACH MIKE BERTSCH | OPP 2 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................3 1....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................4 1 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................5 4 ............................University of Denver..............................6 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 7.................................Michigan Tech..................................3 8........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................3 5..........................U.S. Air Force Academy .....................6 (ot) 3 .............................Providence College ..............................2 5 .............................Providence College ..............................7 0 ............................@ Boston University .............................5 3 ............................@ Boston University........................3 (ot) 5 ..........................Northeastern University ...........................4 8 ..........................Northeastern University......................7 (ot) 6......................Northern Michigan University .......................3 2......................Northern Michigan University .......................3 4 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................1 4...........................@ University of Maine ......................5 (ot) 2...........................@ University of Maine ............................5 5 ..............................@ Yale University..........................6 (ot) 3....................@ University of New Hampshire.....................5 4....................@ University of New Hampshire.....................2 2 ................................Boston College .................................8 3 ................................Boston College............................3 (ot) 6 .............................University of Lowell ..............................2 10 ...........................University of Lowell ..............................6 5 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................7 1 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................2 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 3 ..............................@ Michigan Tech..........................2 (ot) 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 7 ..........................University of Minnesota .........................10 3......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 6......................@ University of North Dakota.......................9 6 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................7 2 ............................University of Denver..............................4 4 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ......................10 3 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................4 *WCHA playoff game

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

12-26-2 (11-21-2)

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 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 ............................ @ 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 Matthews Arena *WCHA playoff game $Exhibition 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

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

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D 16 D 17 D 29 D 30 J6 J8 J 12 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 23 J 27 J 28 F3 F4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18 F 24 F 25

2......................@ University of North Dakota.......................3 1......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................6 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................4 4...........................@ Providence College ......................4 (ot) 7........................@ Northeastern University .........................3 5...........................@ University of Lowell............................3 7...........................@ University of Maine ............................4 4.................................Michigan Tech ............................3 (ot) 2.................................Michigan Tech..................................5 2.........................St. Cloud State University..........................5 1........................@ University of Minnesota .........................7 3........................@ University of Minnesota .........................6 2......................Northern Michigan University .......................5 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................0 6 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth..........................4 (ot) 2 ............................University of Denver..............................5 4 ..........................@ University of Denver......................5 (ot) 4 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................5 1 .......................@ University of Minnesota* ........................7 *WCHA playoff game $Exhibition game

1989-90 DATE O 13 O 14 O 20 O 21 O 27 O 28 N3 N4 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D1 D2 D8 D9 D 16 D 17 D 30 D 31 J5 J6 J 12 J 13 J 19 J 20 J 26 J 27 F2 F3 F9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M2 M3

18-20-2 (10-17-1)

CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP 5............................University of Windsor.............................3 4............................University of Windsor.............................2 6 ............................University of Denver..............................2 3 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................8 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................9 3 ........................... @ Minnesota Duluth.............................4 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................0 6......................Northern Michigan University .......................5 3........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy ...................3 (ot) 7..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 7 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................5 2 ..........................University of Minnesota .....................3 (ot) 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................5 1......................@ University of North Dakota .................1 (ot) 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................7 0 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 6 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 5............................Kent State University .............................1 7............................Kent State University .............................3 7 ..........................@ Princeton University............................6 2 ..........................@ Princeton University............................3 4.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 3.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 4........................@ University of Minnesota .........................8 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................4 2........................University of North Dakota .........................7 4........................University of North Dakota .........................5 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................3 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................4 5 ..............................Alaska-Fairbanks................................2 5 ..............................Alaska-Fairbanks................................3 3 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................7 5 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................9 3....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................5 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................4 5 ..........................@ University of Denver......................4 (ot) 4 ............................University of Denver..............................5 3 .........................University of Minnesota* ..........................9 2 .........................University of Minnesota* ..........................9 *WCHA playoff game


INTRODUCTION

1990-91 DATE 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 D 29 D 30 J4 J5 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 19 J 22 J 29 F1 F2 F8 F9 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 M1 M2

PROGRAM HISTORY

13-26-1 (9-22-1)

CC | COACH BRAD BUETOW | OPP 5......................Northern Michigan University .......................7 3......................Northern Michigan University .......................8 2 ......................@ St. Cloud State University .......................6 2 ......................@ St. Cloud State University..................3 (ot) 7 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................1 2 ............................University of Denver..............................5 2 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................3 5 ..........................University of Minnesota ...........................7 4......................@ University of North Dakota.......................6 1......................@ University of North Dakota .................2 (ot) 3 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................5 2 ..........................University of Wisconsin ...........................3 2............................@ Colgate University .............................3 3.............................@ McGill University ..............................5 3 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .......................3 (ot) 1 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................5 6 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................5 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................6 4.............................Princeton University..............................2 4.............................Princeton University..............................3 6........................@ University of Minnesota .........................2 2........................@ University of Minnesota .........................5 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................6 2....................@ Northern Michigan University.....................6 2........................University of North Dakota .........................3 6........................University of North Dakota .........................4 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................5 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................2 3..........................U.S. Air Force Academy ...........................1 4........................@ U.S. Air Force Academy.........................3 3.........................St. Cloud State University..........................4 3.........................St. Cloud State University..........................7 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................5 2 ........................@ University of Wisconsin .........................4 6 ............................University of Denver..............................4 5 ..........................@ University of Denver ...........................4 6.................................Michigan Tech..................................1 5.................................Michigan Tech..................................2 0 ...................@ Northern Michigan University* ....................7 3 ...................@ Northern Michigan University* ....................6 *WCHA playoff game

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 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 5 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................8 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 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, *WCHA playoff game, #WCHA semifinal, &WCHA third-place game !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

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INTRODUCTION

PROGRAM HISTORY

MEET THE TIGERS

A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T 1993-94 23-11-5 (18-19-5)

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

DATE O 22 O 23 O 29 O 30 N5 N6 N 12 N 13 N 19 N 20 N 26 N 27 D4 D5 D 10 D 11 D 29 D 30 J7 J8 J 14 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M4 M5 M 11 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

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 7....................................Minnesota.....................................3 4....................................Minnesota.....................................2 3..............................Alaska-Anchorage...............................2 9..............................Alaska-Anchorage...............................6 3.................................Michigan Tech ............................3 (ot) 1.................................Michigan Tech ............................1 (ot) 9 ..................................@ Air Force....................................1 5.....................................Air Force......................................1 3 ................................. @ Wisconsin ..................................6 2..................................@ Wisconsin...................................4 5 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................3 5 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................2 6 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 2 ................................St. Cloud State .................................1 3 ...........................@ Northern Michigan ............................4 0........................... @ Northern Michigan............................4 3 ..............................Miami University# ...............................1 4...................................Kent State#....................................3 6 ......................................Denver .......................................5 4....................................@ Denver .....................................5 5 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................4 2 ............................@ Minnesota Duluth .............................9 11 ...........................Northern Michigan...............................9 1 ............................. Northern Michigan ..............................8 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 4..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 3............................@ Alaska-Anchorage.............................6 5............................@ Alaska-Anchorage .......................4 (ot) 8....................................Wisconsin.....................................3 2....................................Wisconsin.....................................5 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................1 4 ..............................@ St. Cloud State .........................4 (ot) 5 .................................North Dakota...................................1 5 .................................North Dakota.............................5 (ot) 4....................................@ Denver ...............................3 (ot) 5 ....................................Denver .................................5 (ot) 2................................Michigan Tech* .................................3 3................................Michigan Tech* .................................0 2................................Michigan Tech* ...........................3 (ot) *WCHA playoffs, #@Cleveland Classic

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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TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

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 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

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

33-5-4 (26-2-4)

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 (ot) 2 ..........................University of Michigan!......................3 (ot) Home games played at Cadet Ice Arena, AFA ^Denver Cup Tournament, *WCHA playoffs, #WCHA semifinal &WCHA third-place game, $NCAA quarterfinal, +NCAA seminfinal, !NCAA championship game

25-15-4 (17-11-4)

CC | COACH DON LUCIA | OPP 3 ....................................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 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 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....................................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

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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 Colorado Springs World Arena in mid-January 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 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 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................0 2 .................................@ Minnesota...................................6 5 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................1 3 ................................MSU, Mankato..................................4 1 ................................MSU, Manakto..................................3 2 ................................St. Cloud State .................................2 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

T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T 2000-01 27-13-1 (17-11)

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

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 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 &*WCHA Final Five (Third Place) **NCAA East Regional $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 &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five &*WCHA Final Five (Third Place) **NCAA East Regional $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$...............................2 8 ...............................Minnesota State ................................1 6 ...............................Minnesota State ................................9 2 ......................................Denver .......................................0 4....................................@ Denver .....................................2 5.............................Alaska Anchorage& ..............................3 4.............................Alaska Anchorage& ..............................1 4 ............................Minnesota Duluth&& .......................3 (ot) 2..................................Minnesota&*...................................4 4 ................................Wayne State**..................................2 3 ..................................Michigan**$ ...................................5 $Exhibition #Nye Frontier Classic (Anchorage) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five semifinals &*WCHA Final Five championship **NCAA West Regional $NCAA quarterfinal


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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

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

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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**$$....................................6 $Exhibition #Ohio Hockey Classic (Nationwide Arena) &WCHA Playoffs (First Round) &&WCHA Final Five &*WCHA Final Five (Championship) **NCAA Midwest Regional **$NCAA quarterfinal **$$NCAA semifinal

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..............................British Columbia $...............................0 7 ...............................U.S. Under-18 $ ...............................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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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......................................Maine# .................................2 (ot) 5 ...................................Lakehead$ .............................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

18-17-4 (13-12-3)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 2.....................................Calgary$......................................4 2.....................................Air Force......................................1 8 .............................Alabama-Huntsville ..............................1 2 .............................Nebraska-Omaha# ..............................2 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 0 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 2....................................Wisconsin ...............................1 (ot) 4....................................Wisconsin.....................................2 1 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................3 2..............................@ St. Cloud State ..............................2 2....................................Minnesota.....................................3 2....................................Minnesota.....................................3 2 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................3 4 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................6 3....................................@ Denver.....................................0 5 ......................................Denver .......................................5 1 ...............................Michigan Tech&...........................2 (ot) 2 ...............................Michigan Tech&.................................0 0 ...............................Michigan Tech&.................................1 #Nye Frontier Classic (Anchorage, AK) $Exhibition &WCHA Playoffs (First Round)

2007-08 DATE O6 O 12 O 19 O 20 O 26 O 27 N2 N3 N9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 30 D1 D 14 D 15 D 29 D 30 J4

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 **NCAA West Regional (CSWA)

2008-09 DATE O6 O 10 O 11 O 17 O 18 O 24 O 25 O 31 N1 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 2 ...........................@ Clarkson University ............................2 2....................................@ Denver .....................................2 3 ......................................Denver .......................................2 1 .................................North Dakota...................................3 7 .................................North Dakota...................................4 1 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................2


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T I G E R S & R E S U LT S O F T H E PA S T N 15 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D5 D6 D 13 D 14 D 19 D 20 J9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 F6 F7 F 13 F 15 F 20 F 21 F 28 M1 M7 M 13 M 14

4 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................3 2............................@ Alaska Anchorage .............................4 4............................@ Alaska Anchorage .......................3 (ot) 1 ..................................@ Air Force....................................4 3......................................Colgate.......................................2 1 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................1 4 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ...............................7 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................4 1 .................................@ Minnesota ..................................0 2..................................Sacred Heart...................................2 7..................................Sacred Heart...................................0 5 ...............................Minnesota State ................................2 1 ...............................Minnesota State ................................3 1..................................@ Wisconsin...................................6 4..................................@ Wisconsin...................................3 4 ................................St. Cloud State .................................4 1 ................................St. Cloud State .................................6 2 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................2 4 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................1 3 ......................................Denver .......................................3 2 ...........................U.S. Under-18 Team$ ............................3 4....................................Minnesota.....................................3 5....................................Minnesota.....................................3 4 ...............................@ North Dakota ................................4 3 ...............................@ North Dakota...........................4 (ot) 1....................................@ Denver .....................................1 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 DATE O2 O3 O8 O9 O 15 O 16 O 22 0 23 O 29 O 30 N5 N6 N 12 N 13 N 26 N 27 D3 D4 D10 D 11 D 18 D 19 D 29 D 30 J 14 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F4 F5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M4 M5 M 11 M 12 M 13 M 17 M 18 M 25 M 26

23-19-3 (13-13-2)

CC | COACH SCOTT OWENS | OPP 5..................................Lethbridge $ ...................................1 7 ............................U.S. Under-18 Team .............................1 2 ...................................Rensselaer ....................................1 2 ...................................Rensselaer ..............................2 (ot) 4 .............................Alaska Anchorage# ..............................3 1 ......................................Alaska .......................................2 4 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................5 1 .............................@ Minnesota State ..............................0 1..............................Univ. of Minnesota ..............................4 4..............................Univ. of Minnesota...............................9 1 ......................................Denver .......................................4 9......................................Denver........................................2 6............................@Air Force Academy.............................4 1 ........................................Yale .........................................5 3 ..............................Alaska Anchorage .........................4 (ot) 2 ..............................Alaska Anchorage ...............................0 7..............................@ Michigan Tech. ...............................3 5 ..............................@ Michigan Tech ...............................0 3 ..............................@ St. Cloud State ...............................0 5 ............................. @ St. Cloud State...............................2 5 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................2 0 ..............................Nebraska Omaha................................3 5 ...............................Michigan State*.................................4 5..............................Univ. of Michigan* ...............................6 1 ............................@Alaska Anchorage .............................4 0 ............................@Alaska Anchorage .............................2 7............................. Alabama Huntsville..............................0 4............................. Alabama Huntsville..............................1 4 .................................North Dakota...................................1 0 .................................North Dakota...................................6 3 ......................................Denver .......................................2 3....................................@ Denver .....................................5 1....................................Minnesota.....................................5 2....................................Minnesota.....................................1 5 ...............................@ Bemidji State...........................5 (ot) 1 ...............................@ Bemidji State ................................2 5 ..............................Minnesota Duluth ..............................4 3 ..............................Minnesota Duluth .........................3 (ot) 3....................................Wisconsin.....................................2 3....................................Wisconsin.....................................1 1...................................Wisconsin&....................................3 4...................................Wisconsin&..............................3 (ot) 2...................................Wisconsin&....................................1 4............................Alaska Anchorage&&.............................2 4 ...............................North Dakota&& ................................3 8...............................Boston College%................................4 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)

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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 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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Continuing a partnership that has made its hockey broadcasts available to more listeners than ever before, Colorado College heads into its seventh season with “The Alternative” 103.9 RXP serving as flagship station of the CC Tiger Sports Network again in 2012-13.

Ken Landau, an award-winning 22-year veteran of the college hockey

RXP’s broadcasts can be heard loudly and clearly throughout the greater Colorado Springs and Pueblo areas, and even southern parts of Denver, as well as worldwide via the Internet. In addition its coverage of all Tiger games, home and away, 103.9 will continue to air the hourlong (6:30-7:30 p.m. MT) Scott Owens Coach’s Show once each month (see schedule below) during the season, as well as a weekly update with Ken Landau at 4:45 p.m. on Fridays.

play for MSU hockey from 1979 through 1985, then again from 1990

All CC home games in 2012-13 also can be viewed on-line, courtesy of SIDEARM SPORTS and accessible via the following link on CCTigers.com: www.cctigers.com/showcase.

broadcast scene, returns for his sixth season as official “Voice of the Tigers” in 2012-13. A 1982 graduate of Michigan State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in telecommunciations, Landau called the play-bythrough 1997. He also spent three seasons serving in a similar capacity at the University of Michigan. Landau and The Alternative 103.9 RXP (formerly The Eagle) won Awards of Excellence – one of the Colorado Broadcast Association’s most coveted honors – for three years running in the major market division. The awards are presented annually for “Best Sports Coverage” by an individual or broadcast team. In 1992, Landau won 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

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 sports.

books ever devoted to the history of a college hockey program – “Awe Inspiring: The Storied History of Spartan Hockey” and “Shot and A Goal: The Tradition of Wisconsin Badger Hockey.” He remains extremely familiar with the WCHA, its style of play, its schools and its coaches. A former loan officer for several mortgage companies in Michigan, Landau is self-employed as president of his own consulting firm while away from the ice rink.

2012-13 TELEVISION SCHEDULE Scott Owens Coach’s Show 2012-13 Schedule Day & Date Time Tuesday, Oct. 9 ...................................6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13.................................6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4 ..................................6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15.................................6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5...................................6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 12..............................6:30-7:30 p.m. Note: The monthly Coach’s Show is broadcast live from McCabe’s Tavern, just south of downtown Colorado Springs, at 520 S. Tejon Street. Fans are welcome to attend in person.

DAY Friday Friday Saturday Friday Saturday Friday Friday

DATE Nov. 2 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Dec. 7 Dec. 8 Jan. 4 Jan. 11

OPPONENT @ Wisconsin Denver @ Denver Minnesota Minnesota @ Nebraska Omaha @ North Dakota

Saturday Friday Saturday Friday

Jan. 12 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8

@ North Dakota @ Alaska Anchorage @ Alaska Anchorage @ Denver

NETWORK(S)/STATION Fox Sports Wisconsin Altitude Sports Root Sports FSN North FSN North NBC Sports Network Fox College Sports, KRDO TV-13 (tentative) Fox College Sports, The CW The CW The CW Root Sports

WCHA Playoffs

Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar.

First Round First Round First Round (if necessary) Final Five Play-in Game Final Five Semifinals Final Five Championship

TBA TBA TBA FSN North FSN North FSN North

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

NCAA Playoffs

Mar. 29-31 Apr. 11 & 13

NCAA Regionals Frozen Four

ESPNU ESPN2 & ESPN

TBA TBA

A number of CC’s games will be telecast live – locally, regionally and/or nationally – again in 2012-13. This season’s TV schedule features at least 10 regular-season outings and potentially could expand by two to eight

15 16 17 21 22 23

All times Mountain

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TIME 6 pm 7:30 pm 7 pm 7:30 pm 7 pm 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 6 pm 9 pm 9 pm 7:30 pm

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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 Colorado Springs 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 athletic media relations office (719-389-6755 or

Working press box credentials shall be issued only to accredited

dmoross@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.

on the southeast side of the Colorado Springs World Arena. Please display your pass at all times, as it is required for access to the press

Radio Services/Telephone Lines

box and locker room areas, as well as to the elevator connecting the

The center TV booth in the press box at the Colorado Springs World

two. The press box is located at the top of the east-side stands. All

Arena is equipped with one analog line and one ISDN line for a

requests for credentials should be directed to:

station 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 athletic media relations office,

Dave Moross, Director of Athletic Media Relations

then arrangements made through Jon Berglund at CenturyLink

Colorado College • 14 E. Cache La Poudre

(1-800-301-9220, ext. 2, or jon.berglund@centurylink.com).

Colorado Springs, CO 80903 719-389-6755 or 719-389-6256 fax

Coach & Player Interviews

dmoross@coloradocollege.edu

Interviews with the Colorado College coaching staff and team must be arranged through the athletic media relations office. Special requests generally will be honored with 24 hours notice. Head Coach Scott Owens is available for pre-game interviews up until an hour before the opening faceoff. As a rule, pre-game interviews with players will not be granted. After a game, coaches and players will be available for comments outside the locker room at the Colorado Springs World Arena. Since Colorado College maintains a closed locker-room policy, a member of the CC media relations staff will be designated to summon players from the locker room once Coach Owens is finished addressing the team. Practice sessions, which typically are held from 3:45-5:45 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. Tuesdays and Wednesdays generally are the preferred days.

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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 .............................................................TBA Phone ..................................................(719) 636-0260 E-mail.................................................tba@gazette.com Sports Editor ............................................Jim O’Connell E-mail.........................................oconnell@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 ..................................David Krause Office ...................................................(303) 954-1893 Fax ......................................................(303) 866-9004 Colorado College Catalyst Office ...................................................(719) 389-6675 Fax ......................................................(719) 389-6962

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 The Alternative 103.9 RXP (KRXP FM)) 1805 E. Cheyenne Mtn. Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 Phone ..................................................(719) 634-4896 Colorado College Play-by-Play......................Ken Landau Cell Phone............................................(517) 579-4778 E-mail............................................klandau@yahoo.com

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...............................................Josh Williamson E-mail ........................................j.williamson@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.................................................................TBA E-mail ....................................................TBA@kktv.com Fax ......................................................(719) 634-3741 KOAA-TV 5&30/NBC (www.koaa.com/sports) 530 Communication Circle Colorado Springs, CO 80906 Sports Director..............................................Eric Naktin Office ..............................(719) 545-1685 or 630-3930 E-mail ..............................................enaktin@koaa.com Assistant .................................................Jordan Mason E-mail ..............................................jmason@koaa.com Fax ......................................................(719) 473-1675

U.S. College Hockey Online (www.uscho.com) WCHA Correspondents ........Candace Horgan & Joe Paisley E-mail .................................candacehorgan@gmail.com E-mail ...................................joepaisley419@gmail.com E-mail.......................................wchawriter@uscho.com

KXRM FOX 21 (www.coloradoconnection.com/sports) 560 Wooten Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80915 News Director ..................................................Joe Cole Office ...................................................(719) 955-3021 E-mail.....................................allnews@fox21news.com Fax ......................................................(719) 591-4180

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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 Doug Palazzari Toby Petersen Richard Petiot Tom Preissing Nate Prosser Chad Rau Brian Salcido Jaden Schwartz Peter Sejna 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 1970-74 1996-00 2001-05 1999-03 2006-10 2005-09 2003-06 2010-12 2000-03 1973-75 2002-06 2000-04 2002-05 1998-02 1995-99 2006-10 2003-07 1974-78 2003-07

NHL SEASONS 1 (1998-99) 2 (2010-12) 1 (1987-88) 2 (2003-04, 07-08) 1 (1973-74) 3 (2008-09, ‘10-12) 3 (2005-07, ‘11-12) 4 (1981-85) 1 (2011-12) 1 (2009-10) 8 (1959-67) 5 (2007-12) 16 (1983-99) 1 (1977-78) 1 (2002-03) 5 (2007-12) 7 (1979-86) 4 (1974-79) 9 (2000-02, ‘05-12) 3 (2005-06, ‘08-09, ‘10-11) 6 (2003-04, ‘05-10) 3 (2009-12) 1 (2011-12) 1 (2008-09) 1 (2011-12) 3 (2002-04, 05-06) 13 (1975-88) 4 (2007-09, ‘10-12) 4 (2007-09, ‘10-12) 7 (2005-12) 2 (2003-04, ‘05-06) 2 (2000-02) 1 (2011-12) 1 (2010-11) 1 (1979-80) 1 (2009-10)

NHL TEAM(S) Los Angeles Kings Dallas Stars Minnesota North Stars LA Kings St. Louis Blues Atlanta Thrashers, San Jose Sharks, Toronto Maple Leafs, *Washington Capitals Chicago Blackhawks, Philadelphia Flyers, Florida Panthers Chicago Blackhawks Minnesota Wild Columbus Bluejackets, #New York Islanders Chicago Blackhawks New York Islanders, Nashville Predators, Washington Capitals Vancouver Canucks, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, Dallas Stars Minnesota North Stars Columbus Bluejackets Calgary Flames, Anaheim Ducks, Ottawa Senators, Phoenix Coyotes Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings St. Louis Blues Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers, Dallas Stars LA Kings, Tampa Bay Lightning, Edmonton Oilers San Jose Sharks, Ottawa Senators, LA Kings, Colorado Avalanche Minnesota Wild Minnesota Wild Anaheim Ducks St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues Minnesota North Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Washington Capitals Atlanta Thrashers, Pittsburgh Penguins, St. Louis Blues, #Phoenix Coyotes Atlanta Thrashers, Buffalo Sabres Boston Bruins, Atlanta Thrashers, Winnipeg Jets St. Louis Blues Edmonton Oilers Vancouver Canucks Vancouver Canucks Hartford Whalers New York Rangers

The 2012-13 season marks Toby Petersen’s sixth with the Dallas Stars and 10th overall in the NHL.

* denotes new team for 2011-12 season # denotes current organization but has not yet played for parent team

Dallas Stars Hockey Club

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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 became one of four former Colorado College standouts to make their National Hockey League debuts during the 2011-12 season. Schwartz, who led the Tigers in scoring as a freshman and sophomore before turning pro, joined recent graduates Kris Fredheim, Chad Rau and Bill Sweatt in competing at the sport’s most elite level. Entering the current 2012-13 campaign, 36 CC stars of the past had experienced playing in “The Show.” 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. Freshman forward Hunter Fejes became the program’s latest draft choice when the Phoenix Coyotes selected him in the sixth round last June. While Schwartz and defenseman Mark Stuart are the only firstrounders 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 with the Winnipeg Jets, their No. 1 pick and the league’s 21st overall in June 2003.

Clockwise starting at upper left: Chad Rau (Minnesota Wild); Colin Stuart (Buffalo Sabres); Nate Prosser (Minnesota Wild); Richard Bachman (Dallas Stars); and Mark Stuart (Winnipeg Jets)

Buffalo Sabres

Minnesota

Wild

Dallas Stars Minnesota Wild

Winnipeg Jets

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A LOOK BACK

ALL-TIME LEADERS & RECORDS

TIGERS & RESULTS OF THE PAST

AN EXCITING FUTURE

New Alignment Less than a Year Away NCHC to begin competition in 2013-14 Penn State’s announcement in early 2011 that it would establish a Division I hockey team starting with the 2013-14 season set the wheels in motion. Within months, the entire landscape of the sport would change. On July 13, 2011, Colorado College officially joined the movement and reaffirmed a commitment to providing its fans with the highest quality product possible for years to come. In a bold and exciting move that will launch Tiger Hockey into a new era, CC announced jointly with five other high-profile programs that it will become a founding member of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference starting in ’13-14. Also uniting to initially form the NCHC were the University of Denver, Miami University, University of Minnesota Duluth, University of Nebraska Omaha and University of North Dakota. After adding St. Cloud State University and Western Michigan University in September, 2011, the new league soon expanded to eight members. All but one – Miami and WMU – currently compete in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, of which Colorado College has been a charter member since the league’s origin more NCHC commissioner Jim Scherr on the grounds of the Julie Penrose Center, near the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, where the new

than six decades ago.

league’s headquarters are located.

Intent on showcasing college hockey at its best and setting a standard of excellence nationwide, the NCHC named Jim Scherr, former chief executive officer of the United States Olympic Committee, as its first commissioner in January 2012. Joe Novak was hired as director of operations in May. “I think our school, our players, staff and fans will be treated to a consistently excellent level of competition that will be both challenging and rewarding in the long run,” said Scott Owens, now in his 14th season as head coach at CC. “Our program is proud to be a part of that and the formation of this new league.” Miami University and Western Michigan are existing members of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. Like their six

Left to right, at the press conference announcing Jim Scherr as the NCHC’s first commissioner: Colorado College AD Ken Ralph and head hockey coach Scott Owens; Scheer (in the middle); USA Hockey executive director Dave Ogrean; and El Pomar Foundation chairman/CEO Bill Hybl.

counterparts from the WCHA, the RedHawks and Broncos will continue playing in their current league through the 2012-13 season. The NCHC league headquarters is located right here in Colorado Springs, near the Broadmoor Hotel, in the same building that houses our local Sports Corporation.

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