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2012-13

DARTMOUTH MEN’S HOCKEY

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▶DECEMBER 1 BENTLEY 7 5 VERMONT 7 LEDYARD BANK CLASSIC 30 UMass vs. Bemidji State% 4 DARTMOUTH vs. UNH% 7 31 Consolation/Championship% 4/7 ▶JANUARY 4 @ Quinnipiac* 5 @ Princeton*^ 12 HARVARD*^ 18 @ Brown*^ 19 @ Yale*^ 25 ST. LAWRENCE* 26 CLARKSON*

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▶ THE WEEKEND Dartmouth continues its four-game homestand this weekend with Friday and Saturday night conference tilts with Rensselaer and Union. These two incoming teams battled one another last weekend in a home-and-home series that resulted in a sweep for the Dutchmen, the only other team besides Dartmouth in ECAC Hockey with four points thus far.

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RV/RV DARTMOUTH (3-0-1, 2-0-0 ECAC) vs. No. 8/7 UNION (5-1-1, 2-0-0 ECAC) ▶ Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012 ▶ 7 PM ▶ Hanover, N.H. ▶ Thompson Arena (4,500) ▶ All-Time Series: Dartmouth, 23-17-6 ▶ Last Meeting: Feb. 10, 2012: L, 5-1 ▶ Streak: 0-2-0

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▶FEBRUARY 1 @ Union* (NBC Sports Network) 7:30 PM 2 @ Rensselaer* 7 PM 9 @ Harvard*^ 7 PM 15 CORNELL*^ 7 PM 16 COLGATE* 7 PM 22 @ Clarkson* 7 PM 23 @ St. Lawrence* 7 PM ▶MARCH 1 PRINCETON*^ 2 QUINNIPIAC* 8-10 ECAC Hockey First Round$ 15-17 ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals$ 22 ECAC Hockey Semifinals+ 23 ECAC Hockey Finals+

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RV/RV DARTMOUTH (3-0-1, 2-0-0 ECAC) vs. RENSSELAER (1-3-2, 0-2-0 ECAC) ▶ Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 ▶ 7 PM ▶ Hanover, N.H. ▶ Thompson Arena (4,500) ▶ All-Time Series: RPI, 41-31-5 ▶ Last Meeting: Feb. 11, 2012: L, 2-1 ▶ Streak: 0-1-0

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▶ COMIN’ IN HOT The Big Green enter the two-game slate as one of only two teams in the country not to have a loss to its credit in 2012-13. Wins over Yale (74) and Brown (2-1) have the team at 3-0-1 and sitting tied atop the ECAC Hockey standings along with Union at 2-0-0 in league play. The sweep of the Bulldogs and Bears also has Dartmouth ranked ahead of five other teams in the Ivy League campaign. ▶ MR. OCTOBER/NOVEMBER Junior Eric Robinson has started the season on a tear with five goals in the first four games for a nation-leading 1.25 goals per contest. His goals have also come at just the right time as he has three game winners (also good for tops in the country) and a game-tying goal. His scoring has been the difference this year in all four of Dartmouth’s outings. His three powerplay markers are also the second most in the country to this point. ▶ WEEKLY HONOR Robinson was tabbed as the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week on Tuesday afternoon after

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▶OCTOBER 20 McGILL (Exhibition) 21 NORWICH (Scrimmage) 26 vs. Yale! 27 @ Brown! ▶NOVEMBER 2 RV YALE*^ 3 BROWN*^ ▶9 RENSSELAER* ▶10 No. 7/8 UNION* 16 @ Colgate* 17 @ Cornell*^ 24 @ Boston College

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his strong four-point weekend. He became the first Dartmouth player to receive the conference’s top weekly honor since Dustin Walsh was named the recipient last November following a Dartmouth sweep of Quinnipiac and Princeton in the league-opening weekend.

▶ SIKURA LEADS AGAIN After a freshman season that saw him tie Doug Jones for the team lead in scoring with 25 points (11g/14a), Tyler Sikura has continued to elevate his game as a sophomore in 2012-13. Sikura has a team-leading seven points on three goals and four helpers. His 1.75 points per game rank fifth in the nation, while his 1.0 assists per clip are eighth. ▶ YOU LIKE NUMBERS? Following Cornell’s tie with Colgate, no team in the country remained with only wins to its credit, meaning that computer polls could come into play. The polls are published to try and mimic the formula used by the NCAA Selection Committee in determining the 16team national tournament. In all three systems (PairWise, RPI, KRACH), Dartmouth was listed as the top team, something that means almost nothing at this point in the season.

▶ IN THE POLLS With the sweep of Yale and Brown and a 3-01 record to their credit, the Big Green made another improvement in the national polls this week. Although still on the outside looking in, Dartmouth went from 15 votes in last week’s USCHO poll to 102 and rank as the highest rated


▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 QUICK FACTS

Location............................................................. Hanover, N.H. Founded.............................................................................. 1769 Enrollment........................................................................ 4,200 Nickname..................................................................Big Green Colors.......................................Dartmouth Green and White Affiliation.................................................... NCAA Division I Conferences.....................ECAC Hockey / The Ivy League Season..................................................... 107th since 1905-06 All-Time Program Record................. 1,025-1,087-117 Interim President.........................Dr. Carol L. Folt, Ph. D Athletics Director........................................ Harry Sheehy Head Coach..........................Bob Gaudet (Dartmouth ’81) Record at Dartmouth............222-212-55 (16 seasons) Overall Record............................314-354-86 (25 seasons) Office Phone..................................................(603) 646-2469 Best Time to Reach Gaudet................ Contact Salvas Assoc. Head Coach.Dave Peters (Boston College ’82) Assistant Coach.....John Rose (New England College ’03) Athletic Trainer:.............................................Jeff Frechette Equipment Manager................................ Brian Corcoran Strength and Conditioning...........................Bob Miller Captain...........................................................Mike Keenan ’13 Alternate Captains.Matt Lindblad ’13, Eric Robinson ’13 ...........................................................................Dustin Walsh ’14 2011-12 Overall Record.......................................13-16-4 2011-12 ECAC Hockey Record/Finish.8-11-3 / 9th 2011-12 Ivy League Record/Finish......... 3-4-3 / 4th Letterwinners Returning................... 17 (11F, 5D, 1G) Letterwinners Lost................................... 10 (2G, 4F, 4D) Newcomers................................................... 10 (2G, 6F, 2D) Communications Contact............................... Pat Salvas Mailing Address...................................Dartmouth College ............................................................ 6083 Alumni Gymnasium .......................................................... Hanover, NH, 03755-3512 Phone..................................................(603) 646-9340 (Salvas) ...........................................(603) 646-2468 (Main Office Line) Arena (Capacity)......................Thompson Arena (4,500) Year Opened.............................................................. 1975-76 Arena Dimension.................................................. 200’x85’ Arena Pressbox Phone...........................(603) 646-1131 Website....................................www.DartmouthSports.com Facebook................................................... /DartmouthSports ...................................................................... /DartmouthHockey Twitter...................................................... @Dartmouth_MIH .....................................................................@DartmouthSports Gameday Staff.................. Garrett and Katelyn Husband Ticket Manager................................................ Peter Colon Ticket Office...................................................... Leede Arena Ticket Office Phone.................................(603) 646-2466

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team outside this week’s Top 20. Providence is the next closest team with 35 votes. In the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine rankings, the Green and White went from no votes after the Ivy Shootout to nine when the most recent poll was released Monday afternoon. ▶ THREE’S COMPANY Sikura, Robinson and junior Matt Lindblad each netted a pair of goals in Friday night’s win vs. Yale. The last time three Dartmouth players scored two or more goals each in a single game was a 9-1 win against Holy Cross on Nov. 20, 2001. In that game, Kent Gillings (2-1-3), Chris Baldwin (2-2-4) and Trevor Byrne (2-1-3) put on an offensive display that was not matched for more than a decade. More impressive was that all six of those goals were scored at even strength. ▶ LUCKY LINDBLAD The junior and Winnetka, Ill., native scored two goals in the game’s opening 6:33. His first of the season came 3:27 into the opening period, while his second more just slightly more than three minutes later. Between the two Lindblad markers, each team scored for four goals in the contest’s opening few minutes.

games before Sikura scored a shorty 13:09 into the third period against Yale. Beamish ended up with two shorthanded markers last season, the only two of the year for the Green. ▶ LUCKY NUMBER 47 The last time Dartmouth had scored seven or more goals in a game prior to the contest with the Elis came back on Jan. 29, 2011 when it defeated Colgate, 7-3, at Thompson Arena. It had been 47 games since the Big Green offense had proved to be as potent on any given night. Dartmouth also snapped a 47-game stretch without a shutout the game prior when it knocked off Brown, 4-0, in Providence. ▶ THAT’S A GOOD PROBLEM… Last week, a lot of attention was focused on the play of freshman goaltender Charles Grant after he posted a shutout in his first career start against Brown (Oct. 27). But the strong start to the season by junior Cab Morris should not be overlooked. Grant was given the nod against Yale on Friday, making 35 saves, while allowing four goals. Morris started the next night and stopped 24 shots while picking up the defensiveoriented 2-1 win against Brown. Through two games apiece, here is how they match up:

▶ POINT STREAKS Sikura and Robinson remain the only two players on the team to register points in all four games this season. Last year, Sikura’s longest stretch of games with a point was three, while Robinson twice had four-game scoring streaks. Lindblad had points in each of the first three games before being held off the scoresheet against the Bears.

Goalie Comparison Goalie W-L-T GA GAA S% Min. Morris 1-0-1 3 1.44 .933 124:55 Grant 2-0-0 4 2.00 .937 119:44

▶ SHORTY The first shorthanded goal of the 2011-12 season came when Jesse Beamish capped off a 4-1 win against Sacred Heart with the mandown tally at the 17:12 mark of the third period on Dec. 11. That was the 11th game of the year for the Big Green.This season, it took just three

▶SCORING BY PERIOD

▶ NICE ROUND NUMBER Saturday’s win was the 75th against Brown in the all-time series between the two programs. The Big Green now hold a 75-63-8 advantage over the Bears.

Dartmouth Opponents 1st Period............ 4................................... 3 (+1) 2nd Period........... 6................................... 3 (+3) 3rd Period........... 5................................... 1 (+4) Overtime............. 0................................... 0 (+0) Total...................... 15.................................. 7 (+8)

▶HOW THEY MATCH UP Dartmouth Rensselaer Union Record...................................... 3-0-1.................................1-3-2................................ 5-1-1............................. Goals For................................ 15......................................16...................................... 31.................................. Goals Against....................... 7........................................21...................................... 15.................................. Assists...................................... 19......................................27...................................... 51.................................. Points........................................ 34......................................43...................................... 82.................................. Streak....................................... Win 3...............................Lost 3............................... Win 2........................... Home........................................ 2-0-0.................................1-1-1................................ 1-1-0............................. Road........................................... 1-0-0.................................0-2-1................................ 4-0-1............................. Neutral.................................... 0-0-1.................................0-0-0................................ 0-0-0............................. Goals Leader........................ Robinson (5)...................Laliberte (4)................... Simpson (5)................. Assists Leader..................... Sikura (4).........................Three (3)......................... K. Bodie (8)................. Points Leader...................... Sikura (7).........................Laliberte (10)....................K. Bodie (11).............. PIMs Leader.......................... Keenan/McNally (6)......Lee (29)........................... Jooris (16)................... GWG.......................................... Robinson (3)...................Hagerty (1)..................... Simpson (2)................. Wins........................................... Grant (2).........................Diebold (1)..................... Grosenick (4)............. Goals-Against Average....... Morris (1.44)..................Diebold (2.62)............... Stevens (0.00)............. Save%........................................ Grant (.937)....................Diebold (.892)............... Stevens (1.000)..........

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶ OPEN LEAGUE PLAY AT HOME For the second season in a row, Dartmouth swept its ECAC Hockey home-opening weekend after knocking off Quinnipiac, 5-4, and Princeton, 5-3, to start 2011-12. The Big Green also accomplished the feat in 2008-09 when they beat St. Lawrence in overtime, 4-3, before taking out Clarkson, 5-1, on Saturday. ▶ CAREER NIGHT Sophomore Eric Neiley matched his career high with three points, all assists, against Yale. The Warminster, Pa., native set up Lindblad, Robinson and Sikura on the night, including causing a turnover at center ice that led to the final goal of the game. Twice as a freshman Neiley had three-point outings as both were one-goal, two-assist efforts. ▶ 35 OR MORE Grant stopped 35 shots in his home debut against the Bulldogs. The last time a Dartmouth freshman goalie made 35 or more saves in a game was Jody O’Neill on Dec. 7, 2009, when he registered 41 in a 3-1 loss in New Haven also against Yale. O’Neill was also the last goalie to accomplish the feat in a victory, stopping 41 at Princeton on Jan. 9, 2009 en route to a 4-0 shutout of the Tigers. ▶ BACK IN THE GAME After missing much of last season, senior alternate captain Dustin Walsh was back in the Big Green lineup last weekend. The 2009 Montreal Canadiens draft pick wasted little time in returning to his old form, picking up an assist on Lindblad’s second goal just 6:33 into his first appearance of the year against Yale.

SPECIAL TEAMS STATS - Dartmouth is the second least penalized team in the country through its first four games at 8.5 PIMs per contest. A disciplined group, the Big Green also possesses a strong penalty killing unit when playing a man down. In 15 penalty kill situations this season, the Green and White have been successful 14 times for 93.3%; good for fourth in the nation and third in ECAC Hockey. - The power play has also been a strength through two weeks of play, scoring on 4-of-17 chances (23.3%) to rank 11th in the country. It took Dartmouth until Jan. 6 last season before it was able to score its fourth PPG of the year.

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

Friday, November 9 Clarkson at Yale Colgate at Quinnipiac Cornell at Princeton Rensselaer at Dartmouth St. Lawrence at Brown Union at Harvard Saturday, November 10 Clarkson at Brown, 4 p.m. Colgate at Princeton, TBA Cornell at Quinnipiac Rensselaer at Harvard St. Lawrence at Yale Union at Dartmouth

▶ AGAINST RPI The Engineers have enjoyed recent successes in Hanover over the last few years, having won five of the last seven meetings at Thompson, including a two-game sweep in the 2009 ECAC Hockey quarterfinals. The two teams split last season’s series with each winning in the other’s building. The last meeting came back on Feb. 11 with RPI edging out the Green, 2-1. Dartmouth won its game in Troy, 4-3, in a contest seen nationally on the NBC Sports Network. ▶ AGAINST UNION The Dutchmen won both games against the Big Green last year, taking the meet in Schenectady, 7-1, and in Hanover, 5-1. Dartmouth still leads the all-time series, 23-17-6, but has just three wins since the start of the 2008-09 season. The last time the Big Green skated to a 0-0 tie with any opponent was against Union on Nov. 6, 2010 at Thompson Arena.

▶2012-13 IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS Team Dartmouth Harvard Yale Cornell Princeton Brown

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Win % 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000

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Friday, November 16 Dartmouth at Colgate Mercyhurst at Rensselaer Princeton at St. Lawrence Quinnipiac at Clarkson Harvard at Cornell, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 17 Army at Brown Dartmouth at Cornell Harvard at Colgate Mercyhurst at Rensselaer Princeton at Clarkson Quinnipiac at St. Lawrence Tuesday, November 20 Quinnipiac at Providence NOTE: All games 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted

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Interview requests for head coach Bob Gaudet or any other member of the coaching staff can be made through Pat Salvas, Assistant Director of Varsity Athletics Communications. Salvas can be reached via email (patrick. salvas@dartmouth.edu) or by phone (603-646-9340). Gaudet will be available after games and weekly interview requests will change depending on scheduling conflicts. Players will not grant interviews unless requests are made through Salvas or another member of the Athletics Communications Department. Please do not contact them directly via phone or email.

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Team GP Pts Dartmouth 2 4 Union 2 4 Cornell 2 3 Harvard 2 2 Yale 2 2 Colgate 2 1 St. Lawrence 0 0 Quinnipiac 0 0 Clarkson 0 0 Princeton 0 0 Rensselaer 2 0 Brown 2 0

ECAC OVERALL Record Win % GF GA GP Record Win % GF 2-0-0 1.000 9 5 4 3-0-1 0.875 15 2-0-0 1.000 11 5 7 5-1-1 0.786 31 1-0-1 0.750 5 3 4 3-0-1 0.875 10 1-1-0 0.500 4 7 3 2-1-0 0.667 9 1-1-0 0.500 9 8 4 2-1-1 0.625 14 0-1-1 0.250 3 5 9 4-4-1 0.500 30 0-0-0 0.000 0 0 6 5-1-0 0.833 23 0-0-0 0.000 0 0 7 3-3-1 0.500 12 0-0-0 0.000 0 0 7 0-4-3 0.214 18 0-0-0 0.000 0 0 2 0-2-0 0.000 3 0-2-0 0.000 5 11 6 1-3-2 0.333 16 0-2-0 0.000 3 5 4 1-3-0 0.250 5

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Last 10 3-0-1 5-1-1 3-0-1 2-1 2-1-1 4-4-1 5-1 3-3-1 0-4-3 0-2 1-3-2 1-3

Streak Won 3 Won 2 Tied 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Tied 1 Won 4 Lost 2 Tied 3 Lost 2 Lost 3 Lost 3

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Name Cab Morris Nick Lovejoy Billy Fitzgerald Geoff Ferguson Taylor Boldt Rick Pinkston Tim O’Brien Matt Lindblad Connor Dempsey Eric Neiley Jack Barre Mark Goggin (BOS) Nick Bligh Jason Bourgea Tyler Sikura Jesse Beamish Brandon McNally Eric Robinson Brett Patterson Dustin Walsh (MTL) Ryan Bullock Andy Simpson Brad Schierhorn Mike Keenan (C) Charlie Mosey Alex Goodship Charles Grant James Kruger

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Ht. Wt. 6-4 205 6-2 210 6-1 190 6-2 205 5-11 190 6-1 200 5-11 180 6-1 200 5-9 165 5-11 185 6-2 205 5-11 185 6-0 180 5-8 185 6-2 190 6-2 200 6-2 215 6-3 200 6-1 185 6-3 195 6-0 180 5-11 190 6-3 200 6-0 190 6-0 195 5-11 200 6-2 180 6-3 200

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Previous Team/Hometown Indiana Ice (USHL) / Wilmette, Ill. N.H. Junior Monarchs (EJHL) / Orford, N.H. N.H. Junior Monarchs (EJHL) / Milton, Mass. Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Hanwell, New Brunswick Indiana Ice (USHL) / Niwot, Colo. Tri-City Storm (USHL) / Trenton, Mich. Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Winnetka, Ill. Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL) / Winnetka, Ill. Westside Warriors (BCHL) / Winthrop, Mass. Phillips Exeter Academy (HS) / Warminster, Pa. Jersey Hitmen (EJHL) / Fairfield, Conn. Choate Rosemary Hall (HS) / Glen Ellyn, Ill. South Shore Kings (EJHL) / Milton, Mass. Indiana Ice (USHL) / South Burlington,Vt. Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL) / Aurora, Ontario St. Mike’s Buzzers (OJHL) / Mississauga, Ontario Belmont Hill (HS) / Saugus, Mass. Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) / Foxborough, Mass. Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / Eden Prairie, Minn. Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL) / Shannonville, Ontario Muskegan Lumberjacks (USHL) / Eden Prairie Minn. Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) / Chesterfield, Mo. Tri-City Storm (USHL) / Anchorage, Alaska Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) / South Weymouth, Mass. Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) / Prior Lake, Minn. Prince George Spruce Kings (BCHL) / Blackfalds, Alberta Yarmouth Jr. Mariners (MHL) / Berwick, Nova Scotia Langley Rivermen (BCHL) / Minnetonka, Minn.

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 12 Jack Barre F 17 Jesse Beamish F 14 Nick Bligh F 5 Taylor Boldt D 15 Jason Bourgea F 23 Ryan Bullock D 10 Connor Dempsey F 4 Geoff Ferguson D 3 Billy Fitzgerald D 13 Mark Goggin F 29 Alex Goodship F 30 Charles Grant G 27 Mike Keenan D 35 James Kruger G 9 Matt Lindblad F 2 Nick Lovejoy D 18 Brandon McNally F 1 Cab Morris G 28 Charlie Mosey F 11 Eric Neiley F 8 Tim O'Brien F 21 Brett Patterson F 7 Rick Pinkston D 19 Eric Robinson F 25 Brad Schierhorn F 16 Tyler Sikura F 24 Andy Simpson D 22 Dustin Walsh F

Bob Gaudet (Dartmouth ’81), 16th Season Dave Peters (Boston College ’82), 14th Season John Rose (New England College ’03), 4th Season Jeff Frechette (West Chester State B.S. ’80, James Madison M.S. ’86), 30th Season Brian Corcoran (West Florida, ’01), 10th Season

▶HOW THE BIG GREEN WERE BUILT ▶BY STATE/PROVINCE UNITED STATES (22) Alaska (1): Schierhorn Colorado (1): Boldt Connecticut (1): Barre Illinois (4): Goggin, Lindblad, Morris, O’Brien Massachusetts (6): Bligh, Dempsey, Fitzgerald, Keenan, McNally, Robinson Michigan (1): Pinkston Missouri (1): Simpson Minnesota (4): Bullock, Kruger, Mosey, Patterson CANADA (6) New Hampshire (1): Lovejoy Alberta (1): Goodship Pennsylvania (1): Neiley New Brunswick (1): Ferguson Vermont (1): Bourgea Nova Scotia (1): Grant Ontario (3): Beamish, Sikura, Walsh ▶BY CLASS Freshmen (10): Barre, Bligh, Bullock, Dempsey, Ferguson, Grant, Kruger, O’Brien, Patterson, Schierhorn Sophomores (8): Beamish, Fitzgerald, McNally, Mosey, Neiley, Pinkston, Sikura, Simpson Juniors (5): Boldt, Lindblad, Lovejoy, Morris, Robinson Seniors (5): Bourgea, Goggin, Goodship, Keenan, Walsh

▶PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Barre................................................................. BARE-ee Bourgea.......................................................... BORE-zha Goggin.................................................................GA-gen Kruger...........................................................CREW-ger

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶GAUDET’S CAREER

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BOB GAUDET ’81 Now in his 16th season as head coach of the Dartmouth men’s ice hockey program, Bob Gaudet has firmly established himself in the lore of this century-old program. A 1981 Dartmouth graduate and four-year member of the varsity hockey team, Gaudet has made the Big Green one of the most consistent teams in both ECAC Hockey and the Ivy League during his time behind the bench. In the last two seasons, Gaudet has reached several key milestones, earning his 200th win behind the Big Green bench in 2010-11 and eclipsing the 300-career win mark in the first game of 2011-12. In 24 seasons as a head coach, including the last 15 at Dartmouth, Gaudet has worked with and developed some of the nation’s top talents. Eight former Dartmouth players suited up for NHL teams in 2010-11 alone and nine total in that time. Several more former student-athletes also played in other professional leagues in the last two years, including the KHL, AHL, ECHL and the CHL. Entering the 2012-13 season, Gaudet ranks second all-time at Dartmouth with 219 wins, trailing only Big Green legend Eddie Jeremiah ’30, who racked up 308 victories in 26 seasons with the program. Gaudet’s .507 winning percentage (219-212-54) is the third-best mark at Dartmouth as well. In 2010-11, Gaudet and the Big Green made huge strides to return to national prominence. Dartmouth finished the season ranked No. 15 in the nation after posting 19 wins and winning the ECAC Hockey Consolation Game in Atlantic City, N.J. At Dartmouth, Gaudet guided the Big Green to seven straight winning seasons from the 2000-01 season to 2006-07 and had 20-win seasons in 2002-03 and 2004-05. The 20-132 record in 2004-05 marked the team’s fifth consecutive campaign above .500, the first time that had happened in school history. Gaudet has also led the Big Green to seven straight home playoff series, and in 2001, the program made its first trip to the ECAC semifinals in 20 years. He earned his 200th career win against St. Lawrence on Feb. 11, 2005 and has a Dartmouth record of 219-212-54 (Entering this year). The Big Green has won two titles under Gaudet. In 2007 Dartmouth captured a share of its first Ivy title since Gaudet was in net in 1980. The 2005-06 season gave Dartmouth

its first-ever ECACHL title. Gaudet was also named ECAC Hockey’s Coach of the Year, making him the second coach to earn the award with two separate teams. He was also a finalist for the Division I Coach of the Year Award. Gaudet has now had two Ivy League Players of the Year, Mike Ouellette earned the honor in 2005-06 while David Jones was given the title in 2006-07. Jones was also an All-America, giving Gaudet four back-to-back players to earn that distinction. After nine successful seasons behind the Brown University bench from 1988-97, Gaudet returned to Hanover for the 1997-98 campaign. Gaudet took over Brown’s coaching reins in 1988 and immediately went about transforming the Bears from a perennial cellar-dweller into one of the ECAC’s top programs. During his tenure, Brown steadily climbed in the league standings, from 12th in ’89 to eighth in ’90 and ’91, fifth in ’92, third in ’93, fourth in ’94 and all the way to second in ’95. Since his return in 1997, Gaudet began the same process at Dartmouth. The Big Green finished 11th his first two years, eighth in 2000, fifth in ’01, third in ’05 and was tied for first in 2006-07. In the summer of 1990, Gaudet served as the assistant coach of the East Team in the Olympic Sports Festival, held in Minneapolis. In 1994, he served again as head coach of the East Team, and also coached the East All-Star Team in the EastWest Shrine College Hockey Classic. Gaudet spent the summer of 1998 behind the bench of the New England Select 16-Team at USA Hockey’s Summer Festival in Ann Arbor, Mich. Gaudet and his wife Lynne, also a 1981 Dartmouth graduate, reside in Etna, N.H., and have three children: sons Joe and Jim and daughter Kelly. Eldest son Joe graduated from Dartmouth in 2010, while Jim earned his degree from the College in 2012. Both Joe and Jim played four seasons with the Big Green with each serving as an alternate captain in their final seasons with the team. Kelly will be a senior at Hanover High School in 2012-13 where she is the starting goalie and co-captain of the girl’s ice hockey team.

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Year Team Record 1988-89 Brown 1-25-0 1989-90 Brown 10-16-3 1990-91 Brown 9-15-3 1991-92 Brown 11-15-4 1992-93 Brown 16-12-3 1993-94 Brown 15-13-4 1994-95 Brown 15-12-3 1995-96 Brown 9-15-8 1996-97 Brown 7-19-3 1997-98 Dartmouth 11-13-5 1998-99 Dartmouth 10-17-2 1999-2000 Dartmouth 9-17-4 2000-01 Dartmouth 16-14-4 2001-02 Dartmouth 14-13-5 2002-03 Dartmouth 20-13-1 2003-04 Dartmouth 14-11-9 2004-05 Dartmouth 20-13-2 2005-06 Dartmouth 19-12-2 2006-07 Dartmouth 18-12-3 2007-08 Dartmouth 12-16-4 2008-09 Dartmouth 14-14-3 2009-10 Dartmouth 10-19-3 2010-11 Dartmouth 19-12-3 2011-12 Dartmouth 13-16-4 2012-13 Dartmouth 3-0-1 Brown Total 93-142-31 Dartmouth Totals 222-212-55 Overall Total 315-354-86

▶MOST CAREER WINS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21.

Coach Wins Eddie Jeremiah ’30 308 Bob Gaudet ’81 222 George Crowe 109 Grant Standbrook 51 Herbert Gill 50 Roger Demment 45 J. Philip Bower 42 Brian Mason 36 Abner Oakes 35 Leon Tuck ’15 26 Clarence Wanamaker 21 Fred Rocque 19 H.R. Denesha 16 George Barclay/Dick Rondeau ’44 14 Charles Arthur ’34 12 John Eames 10 H.I.Vye 5 G. Law 4 Ben Smith 1 Thomas Hodge 1 W. Rawley 0

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶NATIONAL POLLS ▶USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll (Nov. 5, 2012) Rk. Team (1st votes) Record Pts. PR 1 Boston College (48) 6- 1-0 998 1 2 Minnesota 5- 2-0 896 2 3 Denver (1) 5- 1-0 878 3 4 Cornell 3- 0-1 790 6 5 Miami 5- 2-1 765 4 6 North Dakota 3- 2-1 749 5 7 Notre Dame 6- 2-0 702 7 8 Union (1) 5- 1-1 661 10 9 New Hampshire 5- 1-1 625 9 10 Western Michigan 4- 2-0 532 11 11 Boston University 4- 2-0 513 12 12 Michigan 3- 3-1 480 8 13 St. Lawrence 5- 1-0 300 16 14 Harvard 2- 1-0 257 13 15 St. Cloud State 5- 3-0 256 18 16 Northern Michigan 4- 3-1 217 20 17 UMass-Lowell 1- 3-1 169 14 18 Ferris State 3- 3-2 163 19 19 Colorado College 5- 3-0 143 NR 20 Minnesota-Duluth 2- 3-1 120 17 Others Receiving Votes: Dartmouth 102, Providence 35, Northeastern 28,Yale 24, Nebraska-Omaha 23, Merrimack 21, Quinnipiac 15, Holy Cross 9, Alaska 7, Bemidji State 7, Ohio State 4, Minnesota State 3, Niagara 3, Lake Superior 2, Massachusetts 2, Colgate 1. ▶USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine (Nov. 5, 2012) Rk. Team (1st votes) Points PR 1 Boston College (33) 509 1 2 Minnesota 455 2 3 Denver 421 3 4 Cornell 372 5 5 Miami (OH) 361 4 6 North Dakota 351 6 7 Union (1) 297 9 8 Notre Dame 294 8 9 New Hampshire 238 10 10 Western Michigan 200 11 11 Michigan 180 7 12 Boston University 178 12 13 Harvard 67 13 14 St. Lawrence 52 15 15 UMass-Lowell 36 14 Others Receiving Votes: St. Cloud State, 19; Northern Michigan, 15; Ferris State, 14; Dartmouth, 9; Minnesota-Duluth, 6; Colorado College, 4; Providence, 1; Quinnipiac, 1

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▶ LATE-GAME HEROICS Junior Eric Robinson was back to his old ways of a year ago and leads the team in goals through two games. His first of the year came on the power play late in the contest with Yale. Onetiming home a pretty pass from sophomore Tyler Sikura, Robinson tied the game with just 3:04 remaining. Sikura and classmate Eric Neiley beat the Bulldogs’ Nick Maricic in the shootout to help their team advance. ▶ GOALIES GALORE Known for strong goalies the last four years, the Big Green aren’t as battle tested at the position this year. At least that’s what people thought until this the first two weekends. Junior Cab Morris stopped 18 shots and came up with a key save in the shootout Friday against Yale. Freshman Charles Grant followed up with a 24-save shutout Saturday night against the host Bears for the team’s first win of 2012-13.

▶BY THE NUMBERS TEAM NATL. ECAC Scoring Offense (3.75) 7th 3rd Scoring Defense (1.75) 6th 2nd Scoring Margin (2.00) 4th 3rd Power Play (23.5%) 11th 5th Penalty Kill (93.3%) 4th 3rd Penalty Minutes (8.5) 57th 12th PLAYERS ECAC ▶ Points Per Game Tyler Sikura (1.75) 5th 3rd Eric Robinson (1.50) 9th 6th Matt Linblad (1.25) 32nd 13th ▶ Goals Per Game Eric Robinson (1.25) Tyler Sikura (0.75)

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▶ GREAT START Grant became the first Dartmouth goalie since Wesley Goding ’39 to record a shutout in his first career appearance. Goding accomplished the feat on Dec. 12, 1936 against Columbia in a 9-0 win. There is no record of how many saves Goding had to make to earn the shutout, but like Grant, it also came in the second game of the season (1936-37).

▶ Assists Per Game Tyler Sikura (1.0) Matt Lindblad (0.75) Eric Neiley (0.75)

8th 44th 44th

5th 16th 16th

▶ FRESHMEN JUMP UP Both Tim O’Brien and Brett Patterson had a productive first weekend in Dartmouth sweaters while in Providence. O’Brien opened up the season scoring less than three minutes into the game with Yale as he beat Maricic with a laser shot coming down the right side of the ice. Not as pretty, but equally as impressive in his determination to score, Patterson pokechecked a loose puck off a Brown defender’s stick and into an open netmouth through a scrum in front.

▶ Power Play Goals Eric Robinson (3)

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▶ Shorthanded Goals Tyler Sikura (1)

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▶ Game-Winning Goals Eric Robinson (3)

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▶ START ME UP O’Brien became the first Dartmouth freshman to score the team’s first goal of a season since Evan Stephens did it on Oct. 28, 2007 at Vermont 3:19 into the second period to open 2007-08. Stephens had some freshman help with assists from classmates Adam Estoclet and Matt Reber. ▶ SIKURA SCREENS Originally credited to junior defenseman Taylor Boldt, Dartmouth’s third goal against Brown was eventually awarded to sophomore center Tyler Sikura with a redirect in the low slot. The goal was his first of the year, but was nearly the exact same play that he scored on McGill during the preseason.

▶ Power Play Points Matt Lindblad (3) Eric Robinson (2) Tyler Sikura (2)

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▶ Defenseman Scoring Andy Simpson (1) Taylor Boldt (1) Mike Keenan (1)

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▶ Freshman Scoring Tim O’Brien (2) Brett Patterson (1)

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▶ Goals-Against Average (Min 33% GP) Cab Morris (1.44) 4th 3rd Charles Grant (0.00) 23rd 6th ▶ Save Percentage (Min 33% GP) Charles Grant (.937) 12th 4th Cab Morris (.933) 17th 6th ▶ Winning Percentage (Min 33% GP) Charles Grant (1.000) 1st 1st Cab Morris (.750) 13th 5th

▶ OPENING-WEEKEND SHUTOUT The 4-0 win at Brown marked just the second time in head coach Bob Gaudet’s tenure that the Big Green have blanked an opponent during the team’s season-opening weekend. The last time it happened was Gaudet’s first season on

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 RECORD WHEN... Overall Record ............................................... 3-0-1 ECAC Hockey Record ................................. 2-0-0 Ivy League Record........................................... 2-0-0 Home Record ................................................. 2-0-0 Road Record ................................................... 1-0-0 Neutral Site Record ...................................... 0-0-1 vs. Ranked Opponents................................... 0-0-0 vs. Unranked Opponents............................... 3-0-1 In New Hampshire.......................................... 2-0-0 In Connecticut................................................. 0-0-0 In Massachusetts ............................................ 0-0-0 In New Jersey................................................... 0-0-0 In New York...................................................... 0-0-0 In Rhode Island................................................ 1-0-1 Scoring a Power-Play Goal ........................... 2-0-1 Not Scoring a Power-Play Goal .................. 1-0-0 Allowing a Power-Play Goal ......................... 1-0-0 Not Allowing a Power-Play Goal ................ 2-0-1 Scoring a Shorthanded Goal ....................... 1-0-0 Allowing a Shorthanded Goal ..................... 1-0-0 Committing 10 or More Penalties ............. 0-0-0 Committing Fewer Than 10 Penalties ....... 3-0-1 More Penalties Than Opponent .................. 1-0-0 Fewer Penalties Than Opponent ................ 0-0-1 Same Amount of Penalties ........................... 2-0-0 In One-Goal Games .......................................... 1-0 In Two-Goal Games ........................................... 0-0 In Three-Goal or More Games ....................... 1-0 In Overtime Games ....................................... 0-0-1 Scoring 4 or More Goals ............................. 2-0-0 Scoring 3 Goals .............................................. 0-0-0 Scoring 2 Goals .............................................. 1-0-1 Scoring Fewer Than 2 Goals ........................ 0-0-0 Allowing 4 or More Goals ........................... 1-0-0 Allowing 3 or Fewer Goals .......................... 2-0-1 Scoring First Goal Of Game ........................ 1-0-1 Opponents Score First ................................. 1-0-0 Leading After One Period ............................ 1-0-1 Trailing After One Period ............................. 1-0-0 Tied After One Period .................................. 1-0-0 Scoring First Goal Of Second Period ........ 3-0-0 Leading After Two Periods ........................... 1-0-0 Trailing After Two Periods ............................ 0-0-1 Tied After Two Periods ................................. 1-0-0 Scoring First Goal Of Third Period ............ 1-0-1 Having 10-19 Shots On Goal ...................... 0-0-0 Having 20-29 Shots On Goal ...................... 1-0-0 Having 30-39 Shots On Goal ...................... 2-0-1 Having 40 or More Shots On Goal ........... 0-0-0 Allowing 10-19 Shots On Goal ................... 0-0-0 Allowing 20-29 Shots On Goal ................... 2-0-1 Allowing 30-39 Shots On Goal ................... 1-0-0 Allowing 40 or More Shots On Goal ........ 0-0-0 Outshooting Opponent ............................... 2-0-1 Opponent Outshoots Dartmouth ............. 1-0-0 Shots Are Even ............................................... 0-0-0 October ........................................................... 1-0-1 November ....................................................... 2-0-0 December ........................................................ 0-0-0 January .............................................................. 0-0-0 February ........................................................... 0-0-0 March ................................................................ 0-0-0 Tuesdays............................................................ 0-0-0 Fridays .............................................................. 1-0-1 Saturdays .......................................................... 2-0-0 Sundays ............................................................. 0-0-0 Day Games (5 p.m. or earlier) .................... 1-0-0 Games Following A Win ............................... 2-0-0 Games Following A Loss .............................. 0-0-0 Games Following A Tie ................................. 1-0-0

the job, beating Union on the road, 4-0, on Nov. 8, 1997. ▶ MOVE HIM TO MEEHAN Robinson has proven himself over the last two seasons to be a formidable scoring threat for the Big Green. But if he were to don the colors of Brown, the Foxborough, Mass., native might be the top player in the league.That second part might not be true, but Robinson certainly does enjoy playing at Meehan Auditorium. Including last weekend, the junior wing now has four goals in his last three games at Brown’s home rink. He scored in each of the season’s first two contests and had a two-goal game in the Bears’ home finale on Feb. 18, 2011. ▶ FAMILIAR FOES ARE NOTHING NEW After this weekend, the last nine meaningful games dating back to the end of last season have come against just four opponents. St. Lawrence came to Hanover for the regular season finale in 2011-12 before Dartmouth went to Canton the following weekend to pick up the twogame sweep. A two-game swing to Cornell for the next round was the last of the year for Dartmouth. However, the team picked right back up where it left off with games against Yale and Brown in consecutive weekends to open 2012-13. ▶ COMING BACK Fans of the Big Green know senior forward Dustin Walsh and the superb talents he posses. But, fans around the league will hopefully get a glimpse of the Montreal Canadiens draft pick this weekend in a return to the lineup. Walsh has been out since last January, recovering from a lower-body injury. Having missed the team’s last 21 games dating back to Jan. 7 of last year through last weekend in Providence, Walsh’s scoring touch would be a welcome addition back into an already skilled forward group. In just eight games in 2011-12, Walsh had 10 points, good for an impressive 1.25 points per game. ▶ BAY STATE LINE Despite not scoring a goal together at Meehan, the line of Massachusetts natives Robinson, sophomore Brandon McNally and Nick Bligh was buzzing. Robinson scored twice on the power-play unit, while McNally and Bligh combined for several scoring chances through the first four periods of the weekend. ▶ FOURTH LINE FINESSE Rather than the traditional grinding fourth line, Coach Gaudet and his staff opted for a skilled group of freshman forwards to make up the fourth combination against the Bulldogs and Bears. O’Brien joined Jack Barre and center Connor Dempsey as a group that showed several times their ability to get pucks on goal and create offensive opportunities. ▶ THE BIG GREEN ARE BIG AGAIN This year’s team will be one of the largest Dartmouth squads in recent memory, earning

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▶THE LAST TIME DARTMOUTH... ▶Swept A Road Weekend: Mar. 2-3, 2012 at St. Lawrence (W, 6-3 and W, 4-1 - ECAC First Round) ▶Was Swept In A Road Weekend: Feb. 18-19, 2011 at Colgate (3-5) and Cornell (2-3, OT) ▶Swept A Home Weekend: Nov. 2-3 vs.Yale (7-4) and Brown (2-1) ▶Was Swept In A Home Weekend: Feb. 10-11, 2012 vs. No. 11 Union (5-1) and RPI (2-1) ▶Shutout An Opponent: Oct. 27 vs. Brown (W, 4-0 - Charles Grant) ▶Was Shutout By An Opponent: Nov. 19, 2011 at Clarkson (L, 4-0 - Paul Karpowich) ▶Player Scored A Hat Trick: Nov. 27, 2010 vs. Harvard (W, 8-2, Nick Walsh) ▶Allowed A Hat Trick: Jan. 14, 2012 - vs. New Hampshire (Stevie Moses - 4g) ▶Player Had Four or More Goals: Nov. 21, 2003 vs.Yale (Hugh Jessiman - 4g/1a) ▶Player Had Four or More Assists: Jan. 8, 2010 vs. Brown (Matt Reber - 1g/4a) ▶Player Had Five or More Points: Jan. 8, 2010 vs. Brown (Matt Reber - 1g/4a) ▶Won After Trailing After Two Periods: Jan. 21, 2012 at Colgate (W, 5-4 OT) ▶Had 50 Or More Shots On Goal: Nov. 12, 2010 vs. Clarkson (W, 7-1, 54 shots) ▶Allowed 50 Or More Shots On Goal: Jan. 31, 2009 by Union (W, 2-2, 50 shots) Scored A Shorthanded Goal: Nov. 2 vs.Yale, Tyler Sikura (W, 7-4) ▶Allowed A Shorthanded Goal: Nov. 3, 2012 vs. Brown (Massimo Lamacchia) ▶Won In Overtime: January 21, 2012 at Colgate (W, 5-4) ▶Lost In Overtime: January 20, 2012 at Cornell (L, 2-3) ▶Tied In Overtime: Oct. 26 vs.Yale (2-2) ▶Scored 10 Or More Goals In A Game: Dec. 29, 2002, vs. UMass-Lowell (W, 10-2) ▶Allowed 10 Or More Goals In A Game: March 17, 2006, vs. Harvard (L, 1-10) ▶Dartmouth Goalie Stopped 40 or More Shots: March 9, 2012 at Cornell (Jody O’Neill, 45) ▶Opposing Goalie Stopped 40 or More Shots: Feb. 26, 2011 (Clarkson - Karpowich, 43) ▶Dartmouth Goalie Stopped 50 or More Shots: Jan. 9, 2009 vs.Yale (Jody O’Neill, 53) ▶Two or More Players Had Multiple Goals in Same Game: Nov. 3, 2012 vs.Yale (Robinson, Lindblad, Sikura - 2G each)

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 GOALS No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13 14. 15.

Player O’Brien (1) Robinson (1) Robinson (2) Patterson (1) Sikura (1) Beamish (1) Lindblad (1) Robinson (3) Lindblad (2) McNally (1) Robinson (4) Sikura (2) Sikura (3) Neiley (1) Robinson (5)

Opponent Yale Yale Brown Brown Brown Brown Yale Yale Yale Yale Yale Yale Yale Brown Brown

Period/Time 1st/2:53 (EV) 3rd/16:56 (PP) 2nd/1:39 (PPG) 2nd/15:56 (EV) 3rd/1:20 (PP) 3rd/17:52 (EN) 1st/3:27 (EV) 1st/4:44 (EV) 1st/6:33 (EV) 2nd/9:59 (EV) 2nd/11:11 (PP) 2nd/12:05 (SH) 3rd/13:09 (EV) 2nd/17:58 (EV) 3rd/14:15 (EV)

Assists Sikura, Lindblad Lindblad, Simpson Boldt, Lindblad O’Brien Neiley McNally, Pinkston Walsh, Sikura Robinson Sikura, Neiley Neiley Keenan, Sikura McNally

▶LINE COMBINATIONS FORWARDS LW Lindblad Beamish McNally Schierhorn McNally Patterson

C Sikura Mosey Patterson Dempsey Bligh Dempsey

DEFENSE LD Keenan Pinkston Ferguson

RD Boldt Simpson Lovejoy

RW Neiley O’Brien Robinson Walsh Robinson Barre

GP Record Points 4 3-0-1 6-10-16 4 3-0-1 2-1-3 2 2-0-0 4-3-7 2 2-0-0 0-1-1 2 1-0-1 2-0-2 2 1-0-1 1-0-1 GP Record 2 3-0-1 2 3-0-1 2 3-0-1

Points 0-2-2 0-2-2 0-0-0

▶PRESEASON ECAC HOCKEY POLLS USCHO.com 1. Union 2. Harvard 3. Cornell 4. Quinnipiac 5. Yale 6. Dartmouth 7. St. Lawrence 8. Rensselaer 9. Clarkson 10. Princeton 11. Colgate 12. Brown

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Coaches Poll 1. Union (8) 2. Cornell (3) 3. Harvard (1) 4. Quinnipiac 5. Yale 6. St. Lawrence 7. Dartmouth 8. Rensselaer 9. Colgate 10. Clarkson 11. Princeton 12. Brown

Media Poll 1. Union (18) 2. Cornell (11) 3. Harvard 4. Quinnipiac 5. Yale (1) 6. St. Lawrence 7. Clarkson 8. Colgate 9. Rensselaer 10. Dartmouth 11. Princeton 12. Brown

the team’s namesake. The collection of 28 players average just shy of 6-foot-1 in height and right at 200 pounds in weight, proving to be one of the largest teams in ECAC Hockey. ▶ SKILLED SOPHOMORES At the end of the 2011-12 regular season, no other freshman class in the league had accumulated as many goals as Dartmouth’s first-year players in league contests. The seven players combined for a total of 25 goals in the 22 ECAC Hockey games. Leading the way was Brandon McNally, a player that scored all 10 of his goals against conference foes, a figure that led the league. In the four postseason games, the then-freshman class also posted impressive numbers, totaling four goals and 10 assists for 14 points. ▶ NHL CENTRAL SCOUTING Freshman Nick Bligh was the lone ECAC Hockey representative and just one of 10 NCAA student-athletes to be featured on NHL Central Scouting’s Preliminary List for the 2013 Entry Draft. The list is comprised of players from the major junior leagues across the continent, high schools and colleges that are eligible for the upcoming draft entering the 2012-13 season. Once completed the list is sent to NHL team scouts for the purpose of tracking those top prospects throughout the course of the year. A product of the South Shore Kings (EJHL), Bligh scored 22 goals and had 65 assists for 85 points in his lone season of juniors (43 games), helping him earn an invite to the Winnipeg Jets Development Camp this summer. . ▶ RETURNING SCORERS No other team in ECAC Hockey will have as many returning forwards that have scored 10 or more goals in a season during their career than Dartmouth’s five this year. Robinson, Sikura and McNally all reached double-digit goal figures in 2011-12, while Lindblad and senior Dustin Walsh each did so the year before. As a freshman, Lindblad netted 13 in 2010-11 with Walsh scoring 10 that season as well. Princeton also has five players coming back with 10 goals or more in a season, but that figure also includes defenseman Michael Sdao. Teams with 10+ Goal Scorers Returning: Dartmouth – 5 Princeton – 5 Harvard – 4 St. Lawrence – 3 Yale – 3 Quinnipiac – 3 Union – 2 Colgate – 2 Brown – 1 Cornell – 1 Clarkson – 1 Rensselaer – 0

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 BOX SCORES GAME 1 - Ivy Shootout

GAME 2 - Ivy Shootout

GAME 3

Dartmouth (0-0-1) vs. Yale (0-1-1) Oct. 26, 2012 Location: Providence, R.I. Meehan Auditorium Attendance: -Start time: 4 p.m. End time: 6:21 p.m. Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot Yale................ 0 2 0- 2 Dartmouth........... 1 0 1- 2

Dartmouth (1-0-1) Brown (1-1-0) vs. Oct. 27, 2012 Location: Providence, R.I. Meehan Auditorium Attendance: 1,046 Start time: 7:05 p.m. End time: 9:14 p.m. Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot Dartmouth........... 0 2 2- 4 Brown................ 0 0 0- 0

Dartmouth (2-0-1, 1-0-0 ECAC) Yale (1-0-1, 0-1-0 ECAC) vs. Nov. 2, 2012 Location: Hanover, N.H. Thompson Arena Attendance: 3,021 Start time: 7:00 p.m. End time: 9:04 p.m. Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot Yale........... 2 1 1- 4 Dartmouth................ 3 3 1- 7

1st period - 1, DART, O’BRIEN, Tim/1 2:53. Penalties O’Gara, Rob,YALE (cross-checking) 12:16. 2nd period - 2,YALE, Laganiere, Antoine/1 (Bourbonais, Clinton/1) 2:23. 3,YALE, Laganiere, Antoine/2 (Bourbonais, Clinton/2) 11:51. Penalties - Agostino, Kenny,YALE (interference) 5:32; PATTERSON, Brett, DART (interference) 8:53; Agostino, Kenny,YALE (tripping) 12:27; KEENAN, Mike, DART (slashing) 16:24; SIMPSON, Andy, DART (tripping) 18:13. 3rd period - 4, DART, ROBINSON, Eric (SIKURA, Tyler, LINDBLAD, Matt) 16:56 (pp). Penalties - Cooper, Carson, YALE (boarding) 12:16; Cooper, Carson,YALE (game misconduct) 12:16. OT period - Penalties Shots on goal - YALE 9-8-2-1 20; DART 7-11-14-5 37. Power plays - YALE 0 of 3; DART 1 of 5. Penalties - YALE 5 (21 min); DART 3 (6 min). Goalies - YALE, Maricic, Nick (65:00 minutes, 37 shots-35 saves); DART, MORRIS, Cab (65:00, 20-18). Yale-Maricic, Nick (0-0-1). Dartmouth-MORRIS, Cab (0-0-1). Dartmouth advances to Title, winning SO 2-0

1st period - Penalties - McNALLY, Brandon, DART (slashing) 7:01; Harlow, Matt, BRWN (slashing) 11:28; KEENAN, Mike, DART (roughing) 11:28; Hathaway, Garnet, BRWN (contact to the head) 18:11; Hathaway, Garnet, BRWN (game misconduct) 18:11. 2nd period - 1, DART, ROBINSON, Eric/2 (LINDBLAD, Matt/2, SIMPSON, Andy/1) 1:39 (pp). 2, DART, PATTERSON, Brett/1 15:06. Penalties - McNALLY, Brandon, DART (hooking) 2:27; de Concilys, Joey, BRWN (hooking) 19:23. 3rd period - 3, DART, SIKURA, Tyler/1 (BOLDT, Taylot/1, LINDBLAD, Matt/3) 1:20 (pp). 4, DART, BEAMISH, Jesse/1 (O’BRIEN, Tim/1) 17:52 (empty net). Penalties - BEAMISH, Jesse, DART (slashing) 1:55; Robertson, Dennis, BRWN (holding) 2:51; BOLDT, Taylot, DART (tripping) 10:02. Shots on goal - DART 7-17-9 33; BRWN 12-6-6 24. Power plays - DART 2 of 4; BRWN 0 of 4. Penalties - DART 5 (10 min); BRWN 5 (21 min). Goalies - DART, GRANT, Charles 1-0-0 (59:44 minutes, 24 shots-24 saves) , EMPTY NET (00:16, 0-0); BRWN, DeFilippo, Marco 1-1-0 (59:15, 32-29) , EMPTY NET (00:45, 0-0). Win-GRANT, Charles (1-0-0). Loss-DeFilippo, Marco (1-1-0).

1st period - 1, DART, LINDBLAD, Matt/1 (NEILEY, Eric/1) 3:27. 2,YALE, Wilson, Stu/1 3:57. 3, DART, ROBINSON, Eric/3 (McNALLY, Brandon/1, PINKSTON, Rick/1) 4:44. 4, DART, LINDBLAD, Matt/2 (WALSH, Dustin/1, SIKURA, Tyler/2) 6:33. 5,YALE, Laganiere, Antoine/4 (Agostino, Kenny/1, Witek, Mitch/1) 18:34. Penalties - PINKSTON, Rick, DART (tripping) 1:13; Laganiere, Antoine,YALE (boarding) 13:59. 2nd period - 6, DART, McNALLY, Brandon/1 (ROBINSON, Eric/1) 9:59. 7, DART, ROBINSON, Eric/4 (SIKURA, Tyler/3, NEILEY, Eric/2) 11:11 (pp). 8, DART, SIKURA, Tyler/1 12:05 (sh). 9,YALE, Laganiere, Antoine/5 (Root, Jesse/2, Agostino, Kenny/2) 12:35 (pp). Penalties - LOVEJOY, Nick, DART (holding) 3:24; Ward, Alex,YALE (slashing) 11:07; BEAMISH, Jesse, DART (cross-checking) 11:39. 3rd period - 10,YALE, Ruffolo, Trent (Witek, Mitch, Laganiere, Antoine) 8:48. 11, DART, SIKURA, Tyler (NEILEY, Eric) 13:09. Penalties - KEENAN, Mike, DART (interference) 9:11; Root, Jesse,YALE (cross-checking) 19:38. Shots on goal - YALE 14-13-12 39; DART 13-5-5 23. Power plays - YALE 1 of 4; DART 1 of 3. Penalties - YALE 3 (6 min); DART 4 (8 min). Goalies - YALE, Maricic, Nick 0-1-1 (60:00 minutes, 23 shots-16 saves); DART, GRANT, Charles 2-0-0 (60:00, 39-35). Win- GRANT, Charles (2-0-0). Loss-Maricic, Nick (0-1-1)

GAME 4 Dartmouth (3-0-1, 2-0-0 ECAC) Brown (1-3-0, 0-2-0) vs. Nov. 3, 2012 Location: Providence, R.I. Thompson Arena Attendance: 2,884 Start time: 7:00 p.m. End time: 9:02 p.m. Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot Brown........... 1 0 0- 1 Dartmouth................ 0 1 1- 2 1st period - 1, BRWN, Lamacchia, Massimo/1 (Hathaway, Garnet/1) 8:00 (sh). Penalties - Siers, Jimmy, BRWN (crosschecking) 6:14; DEMPSEY, Connor, DART (interference) 10:49; Goldberg, Jake, BRWN (tripping) 17:25. 2nd period - 2, DART, NEILEY, Eric/1 (KEENAN, Mike/1, SIKURA, Tyler/4) 17:58. Penalties - Hathaway, Garnet, BRWN (interference) 5:45; Robertson, Dennis, BRWN (cross-checking) 6:59; McNALLY, Brandon, DART (hitting from behind) 8:45; BOLDT, Taylor, DART (unsportsmanlike conduct) 12:19. 3rd period - 3, DART, ROBINSON, Eric/5 (McNALLY, Brandon/2) 14:15. Penalties - ROBINSON, Eric, DART (elbowing) 6:07; Wahl, Matt, BRWN (tripping) 6:35; FERGUSON, Geoff, DART (unsportsmanlike conduct) 20:00. Shots on goal - BRWN 3-12-10 25; DART 7-18-7 32. Power plays - BRWN 0 of 4; DART 0 of 3. Penalties - BRWN 5 (10 min); DART 5 (10 min). Goalies - BRWN, DeFilippo, Marco 1-3-0 (58:55 minutes, 32 shots-30 saves) , EMPTY NET (01:05, 0-0); DART, MORRIS, Cab 1-0-1 (60:00, 25-24). Win-MORRIS, Cab (1-0-1). Loss-DeFilippo, Marco (1-3-0).

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 GOALS - ASSISTS - POINTS

1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Morris Lovejoy Fitzgerald Ferguson Boldt Pinkston O’Brien Lindblad Dempsey Neiley Barre Goggin Bligh Bourgea

vs.Yale 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP @ Brown DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP YALE DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-3-3 DNP DNP DNP DNP BROWN 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP RENSSELAER @Colgate @Cornell @Boston College BENTLEY VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE UMASS/BEMIDJI @Quinnipiac @Princeton HARVARD @Brown @Yale ST. LAWRENCE CLARKSON @Union @Rensselaer @Harvard CORNELL COLGATE @Clarkson @St. Lawrence PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC

16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 35 Sikura Beamish McNally Robinson Patterson Walsh Bullock Simpson Schierhorn Keenan Mosey Goodship Grant Kruger

vs.Yale 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP @ Brown 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP DNP 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP YALE 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 DNP BROWN 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP RENSSELAER @Colgate @Cornell @Boston College BENTLEY VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE UMASS/BEMIDJI @Quinnipiac @Princeton HARVARD @Brown @Yale ST. LAWRENCE CLARKSON @Union @Rensselaer @Harvard CORNELL COLGATE @Clarkson @St. Lawrence PRINCETON QUINNIPIAC

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 GAME SUMMARY Date Opponent ▶OCTOBER 26 vs.Yale 27 @ Brown ▶NOVEMBER 2 YALE* 3 BROWN* 9 RENSSELAER* 10 UNION* 16 @ Colgate* 17 @ Cornell* 24 @ Boston College ▶DECEMBER 1 BENTLEY 5 VERMONT 30 NEW HAMPSHIRE 31 UMASS/BEMIDJI STATE

Result

Record (ECAC) Attend. Goalie (S/GA)

Dartmouth Scoring

T, 2-2 W, 4-0

0-0-1 1-0-1

N/A 1,046

Morris (18/2) Grant (24/0)

W, 7-4 W, 2-1

2-0-1 (1-0-0) 3-0-1 (2-0-0)

3,021 2,884

Grant (35/4) Lindblad (2), Robinson^ (2), Sikura (2), McNally Morris (24/1) Neiley, Robinson^

O’Brien, Robinson+ Robinson^, Patterson, Sikura, Beamish#

▶JANUARY 4 @ Quinnipiac* 5 @ Princeton* 12 HARVARD* 18 @ Brown* 19 @ Yale* 25 ST. LAWRENCE* 26 CLARKSON* ▶FEBRUARY 1 @ Union* 2 @ Rensselaer* 9 @ Harvard* 15 CORNELL* 16 COLGATE* 22 @ Clarkson* 23 @ St. Lawrence ▶MARCH 1 PRINCETON* 2 QUINNIPIAC* * ECAC Hockey Game / ^ Game-Winning Goal / + Game-Tying Goal # Empty-Net Goal / ! Goalie of Record / † Sellout / % ECAC Hockey First Round

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2012-13 Dartmouth Men's Hockey

▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION • NOV. 9-10, Leaders 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA Dartmouth Category (as of Nov 05, 2012) All games ▶TEAM LEADERS

## Points

GP

G

A Pts

## Goals

GP

G

A Pts

16 19 9 11 18 8 17 21 5 27 19 16 9 11 18 8 17 21

SIKURA, Tyler ROBINSON, Eric LINDBLAD, Matt NEILEY, Eric McNALLY, Brandon O'BRIEN, Tim BEAMISH, Jesse PATTERSON, Brett BOLDT, Taylor KEENAN, Mike ROBINSON, Eric SIKURA, Tyler LINDBLAD, Matt NEILEY, Eric McNALLY, Brandon O'BRIEN, Tim BEAMISH, Jesse PATTERSON, Brett

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

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

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

## Power-Play Goals

GP

PPG

## Short-Handed Goals

GP

SHG

## Game-Winning Goals

GP

GWG

## Plus/Minus

GP

+/-

19 ROBINSON, Eric 16 SIKURA, Tyler

19 ROBINSON, Eric 16 19 5 9 7 27 21 24 17 28

SIKURA, Tyler ROBINSON, Eric BOLDT, Taylor LINDBLAD, Matt PINKSTON, Rick KEENAN, Mike PATTERSON, Brett SIMPSON, Andy BEAMISH, Jesse MOSEY, Charlie

4

4

4

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

3

1

3

+4 +4 +3 +3 +3 +2 +2 +2 +2 +2

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 6 7 5 4 3 2 1 1

14 22 9 11 6 7 13 7 5 10

Sh

## Assists

16 9 11 18 19 8 5 27 7 24

GP

G

A Pts

Sh

## Shots

GP

G

A Pts

## Shot Pct.

GP

G

A Pts

22 14 9 11 6 7 13 7

19 16 17 11 27 9 8 21 18 5 19 9 16 18 21 8 11 17 10 25

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ROBINSON, Eric SIKURA, Tyler BEAMISH, Jesse NEILEY, Eric KEENAN, Mike LINDBLAD, Matt O'BRIEN, Tim PATTERSON, Brett McNALLY, Brandon BOLDT, Taylor ROBINSON, Eric LINDBLAD, Matt SIKURA, Tyler McNALLY, Brandon PATTERSON, Brett O'BRIEN, Tim NEILEY, Eric BEAMISH, Jesse DEMPSEY, Connor SCHIERHORN, Brad

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2

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

4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

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

## Penalties

GP

Pen

Min

## Penalty Minutes

GP

Pen

Min

18 27 17 5 7 10 21 4 2 24 18 27 5 17 4 19 10 7 21 2

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SIKURA, Tyler LINDBLAD, Matt NEILEY, Eric McNALLY, Brandon ROBINSON, Eric O'BRIEN, Tim BOLDT, Taylor KEENAN, Mike PINKSTON, Rick SIMPSON, Andy

McNALLY, Brandon KEENAN, Mike BEAMISH, Jesse BOLDT, Taylor PINKSTON, Rick DEMPSEY, Connor PATTERSON, Brett FERGUSON, Geoff LOVEJOY, Nick SIMPSON, Andy McNALLY, Brandon KEENAN, Mike BOLDT, Taylor BEAMISH, Jesse FERGUSON, Geoff ROBINSON, Eric DEMPSEY, Connor PINKSTON, Rick PATTERSON, Brett LOVEJOY, Nick

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

Sh

14 9 11 6 22 7 5 10 2 3 Sh

Sh%

Sh

Sh%

22 14 13 11 10 9 7 7 6 5 22 9 14 6 7 7 11 13 2 2

.227 .214 .077 .091 .000 .222 .143 .143 .167 .000 .227 .222 .214 .167 .143 .143 .091 .077 .000 .000

6 6 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 6 6 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2

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▶ RENSSELAER AND UNION •Men's NOV.Hockey 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON 2012-13 Dartmouth Dartmouth Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Nov 05, 2012) ▶GAME COMPARISONS All games D ate

O p p o n en t

S co re

G o als

S h o ts A s s is ts

S h o ts

O ct 26 O ct 27 N ov 02 N ov 03 T otals

vs Y a le a t B ro w n YALE BROW N

2-2 4-0 7-4 2-1 15-7

2/2 4/0 7/4 2/1 15 / 7

2/2 5/0 9/6 3/1 19 / 9

37 / 20 33 / 24 23 / 39 32 / 25 125 / 10

P e n a ltie s P en -M in P en -M in

3-6 5-10 4-8 5-10 17-34

ARENA

P o w e r P lays G -C h G -C h

/ 5-21 / 5-21 / 3-6 / 5-10 / 18-58

1-5 2-4 1-3 0-3 4-15

/ / / / /

0-3 0-4 1-4 0-4 1 -1 5

N ote: G a m e to ta ls are displayed in the form at T E A M /O P P O N E N T for each category

2012-13 Dartmouth Men's Hockey Dartmouth Team Game-by-Game (as of Nov 05, 2012) ▶GAME-BY-GAME All games D a te

O p p o n en t

S c o re

G

O ct 2 6, 201 O ct 2 7, 201 N ov 0 2, 201 N ov 03, 201 D artm outh O pponent

vs Y a le at B row n YALE BROW N

2-2 4-0 7-4 2-1 1 5 -7

2 4 7 2 15 7

A P ts

2 5 9 3 19 9

Sh Sh%

+ /- P e n -M in

4 37 . 0 5 4 -5 3-6 9 33 . 1 2 1 + 10 5-10 16 23 . 3 0 4 + 14 4-8 5 32 . 0 6 2 + 5 5-10 34 125 . 1 2 0 + 24 17-34 16 108 . 0 6 5 -27 18-58

PP

SH

1 2 1 0 4 1

0 0 1 0 1 1

EN GW

0 1 0 0 1 0

0 1 1 1 3 0

G T H a t U A B lk

1 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 0 3 1

16 12 19 18 65 44

T E A M P E R -G A M E G am es played: 4 S h ots per gam e: 31.2 5 ;G o a ls p e r g a m e : 3 .7 5 A ssists per gam e: 4.75 ;P o in ts p e r g a m e : 8 .5 0

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2012-2013 Team Statistics

2012-2013 Schedule & Results RENSSELAER AND UNION 2012-2013 Roster 2011-2012 Team Statistics

• NOV. 9-10, 2012 • THOMPSON ARENA ▶2012-13 SEASON STATS

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Dartmouth | Overall - 4 GP ( 3- 0- 1 .875) | Conf Only - 2 GP ( 2- 0- 0 1.000) | Career ------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|---------------## Player POS YR | GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT | GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT | GP G A PTS 16 Tyler Sikura F SO | 4 3 4 7 1 1 0 0 | 2 2 3 5 0 1 0 0 | 37 14 18 32 19 Eric Robinson F JR | 4 5 1 6 1/ 2 3 0 3 1 | 2 3 1 4 1/ 2 1 0 2 0 | 62 20 21 41 9 Matt Lindblad F JR | 4 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 | 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 | 63 21 36 57 11 Eric Neiley F SO | 4 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 | 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 | 36 8 14 22 18 Brandon McNally F SO | 4 1 2 3 3/ 6 0 0 0 0 | 2 1 2 3 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 36 11 10 21 8 Tim O'Brien F FR | 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 4 1 1 2 17 Jesse Beamish F SO | 4 1 0 1 2/ 4 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 29 5 5 10 21 Brett Patterson F FR | 4 1 0 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 4 1 0 1 22 Dustin Walsh (MTL) F SR | 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 | 66 21 20 41 27 Mike Keenan D SR | 4 0 1 1 3/ 6 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 1 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 78 4 18 22 5 Taylor Boldt D JR | 4 0 1 1 2/ 4 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 71 1 7 8 7 Rick Pinkston D SO | 4 0 1 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 1 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 28 1 7 8 24 Andy Simpson D SO | 4 0 1 1 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 20 1 4 5 1 Cab Morris G JR | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 9 0 0 0 12 Jack Barre F FR | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | | 2 0 0 0 14 Nick Bligh F FR | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | | 2 0 0 0 30 Charles Grant G FR | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 25 Brad Schierhorn F FR | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 2 Nick Lovejoy D JR | 4 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 9 0 1 1 28 Charlie Mosey F SO | 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 21 2 5 7 4 Geoff Ferguson D FR | 4 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 4 0 0 0 10 Connor Dempsey F FR | 4 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 2 0 0 0 1/ 2 0 0 0 0 | 4 0 0 0 ------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|-------------------------------------|---------------Dartmouth | 4 15 19 34 17/ 34 4 1 3 1 | 2 9 12 21 9/ 18 1 1 2 0 | Opponents | 4 7 9 16 18/ 58 1 1 0 0 | 2 5 7 12 8/ 16 1 1 0 0 | ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------## Goaltending (Overall) | GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO %Time | Overall 1 Cab Morris JR | 2 124:55 3 42 45 .933 1.44 1- 0- 1 .750 2 0 51.0% | +: 119:22 48.7% 30 Charles Grant FR | 2 119:44 4 59 63 .937 2.00 2- 0- 0 1.000 2 1 48.9% | -: 55:03 22.5% Open Net | 2 0:21 0 0 0.1% | E: 70:35 28.8% Dartmouth | 4 245:00 7 101 108 .935 1.71 3- 0- 1 .875 4 1 100.0% | Opponents | 4 245:00 15 110 125 .880 3.67 0- 3- 1 .125 4 0 100.0% | ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------## Goaltending (Conference Only) | GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO %Time | Conference Only 30 Charles Grant FR | 1 60:00 4 35 39 .897 4.00 1- 0- 0 1.000 1 0 50.0% | +: 61:31 51.3% 1 Cab Morris JR | 1 59:55 1 24 25 .960 1.00 1- 0- 0 1.000 1 0 49.9% | -: 29:58 25.0% Open Net | 1 0:05 0 0 0.1% | E: 28:31 23.8% Dartmouth | 2 120:00 5 59 64 .922 2.50 2- 0- 0 1.000 2 0 100.0% | Opponents | 2 120:00 9 46 55 .836 4.50 0- 2- 0 .000 2 0 100.0% | ------------------------------------|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|---------------## Goaltending (Career) | GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO | 1 Cab Morris JR | 9 513:44 24 196 220 .891 2.80 4- 3- 2 .556 9 0 | 30 Charles Grant FR | 2 119:44 4 59 63 .937 2.00 2- 0- 0 1.000 2 1 | ------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Special Teams (Overall|Conference) | Power Play Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G | Power Play Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G Dartmouth | 4/ 17 .235 14/ 15 .933 18/ 32 .562 4.2 | 1/ 8 .125 7/ 8 .875 8/ 16 .500 4.0 Opponents | 1/ 15 .067 13/ 17 .765 14/ 32 .438 3.8 | 1/ 8 .125 7/ 8 .875 8/ 16 .500 4.0 ------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------Scoring/Shots (Overall|Conference) | 1st 2nd 3rd OT TOT | 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG | 1st 2nd 3rd OT TOT | 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG Dartmouth | 4 6 5 0 15 | 34 51 35 5 125 | 3 4 2 0 9 | 20 23 12 0 55 Opponents | 3 3 1 0 7 | 38 39 30 1 108 | 3 1 1 0 5 | 17 25 22 0 64 Difference | +1 +3 +4 +0 +8 | -4 +12 +5 +4 +17 | +0 +3 +1 +0 +4 | +3 -2 -10 +0 -9 ------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------Game Averages (Overall|Conference) | G/GM A/GM PTS/G SOG/G PEN/G PIM/G PPG/G | G/GM A/GM PTS/G SOG/G PEN/G PIM/G PPG/G Dartmouth | 3.75 4.75 8.50 31.2 4.2 8.5 1.0 | 4.50 6.00 10.50 27.5 4.5 9.0 0.5 Opponents | 1.75 2.25 4.00 27.0 4.5 14.5 0.2 | 2.50 3.50 6.00 32.0 4.0 8.0 0.5 Difference | +2.00 +2.50 +4.50 +4.2 -0.2 -6.0 +0.8 | +2.00 +2.50 +4.50 -4.5 +0.5 +1.0 +0.0 ------------------------------------|----------------------------------------------|--------------------------------------------Situational Records | H: 2 2- 0- 0 A: 1 1- 0- 0 N: 1 0- 0- 1 | H: 2 2- 0- 0 A: 0 0- 0- 0 N: 0 0- 0- 0 (Overall|Conference) | E1 +: 2 1- 0- 1 -: 1 1- 0- 0 E: 1 1- 0- 0 | E1 +: 1 1- 0- 0 -: 1 1- 0- 0 E: 0 0- 0- 0 | E2 +: 2 2- 0- 0 -: 1 0- 0- 1 E: 1 1- 0- 0 | E2 +: 1 1- 0- 0 -: 0 0- 0- 0 E: 1 1- 0- 0 | Margin 1: 1 1- 0 2: 0 0- 0 3+: 2 2- 0 | Margin 1: 1 1- 0 2: 0 0- 0 3+: 1 1- 0 | First Goal +: 3 2- 0- 1 -: 1 1- 0- 0 | First Goal +: 1 1- 0- 0 -: 1 1- 0- 0 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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