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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2016-17 EC MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS THIS IS EC Quick Facts........................................................................2 Media Information.............................................................2 About Elmira & Administration ����������������������������������������3 Murray Athletic Center......................................................4 2016-17 SOARING EAGLES Coaching Staff...................................................................6 Roster.............................................................................. 11 Pronunciation Guide...................................................... 11 Team Photo..................................................................... 12 Team Captains................................................................ 12 Season Preview.............................................................. 13 Returning Players........................................................... 15 Newcomers .................................................................... 32 2016-17 OPPONENTS Opponent Profiles........................................................... 37

CREDITS The 2016-17 Elmira College Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide was produced by the staff of the Elmira College Sports Information Department. The publication was researched, written, formatted, and edited by Travis Larner, Assistant Director of Sports Information. The publication and publication cover were both designed by the Director of Sports Information, Don Sherman. Special thanks to Maria Strinni-Gill of Strinni Studios for in-game photography.

2015-16 SEASON IN REVIEW Season in Review........................................................... 43 Team Statistics............................................................... 45 ECAC West Leaders........................................................ 46 2015-16 ECAC West Review...........................................47 2015-16 By the Numbers.............................................. 48 Elmira College Men’s Ice Hockey History Coaching History............................................................ 50 EC vs. Opponents All-Time............................................. 50 Year-by-Year Captains.................................................... 51 All-Time Team Award Winners....................................... 52 Individual Season Leaders............................................ 53 100-Point Club............................................................... 54 Team Season Records................................................... 55 Single-Game Records.................................................... 56 All-Time Season & Career Leaders ������������������������������ 57 EC All-Americans............................................................ 59 ECAC West All-Star History............................................. 60 Postseason History........................................................ 62 Year-By-Year Results...................................................... 63 EC Alums in Professional Hockey ��������������������������������� 69 EC Alums Coaching in Pros & College �������������������������� 72 Ice Hockey Official Signals............................................. 73 2016-17 Schedule........................................... Back Cover

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QUICK FACTS/MEDIA INFORMATION ELMIRA COLLEGE QUICK FACTS Location: One Park Place Elmira, NY 14901 Nickname: Soaring Eagles Colors: Purple & Gold Enrollment: 1,376 Founded: 1855 President: Dr. Norman Smith Vice President of Athletics: Pat Thompson ’75 Senior Associate Director of Athletics: Jen Bozek Head Athletics Trainer: Dave Tomkalski, ATC Affiliation: NCAA (Div. III), ECAC, Empire 8 Ice Arena: Murray Athletic Center Capacity: 3,200 COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Aaron Saul ’98 Alma Mater: Elmira Phone: (607) 735-1970 Record at Elmira: 100-75-15 Overall Record: 119-100-24 Assistant Coach: Tim Crowley Phone: (607) 735-1969 2015-16 SEASON IN REVIEW Overall Record:11-12-3 ECAC West Record: 4-9-2 Postseason: ECAC West Quarterfinals SPORTS INFORMATION Don Sherman, Director of Sports Information Office: (607) 735-1131 Email: dsherman@elmira.edu

MEDIA INFORMATION Associated Press WETM Channel 18 508-458-7821 (Score Only) Phone: 800-933-9386 info@ap.org Fax: 607-733-4739 mariosacco@wetmtv.com USA Today 703-276-3400 (Score Only) WENY Channel 36 607-739-3636 ect. 116 Elmira Star-Gazette Fax: 607-796-6171 Phone: 607-734-5158 news36@weny.com Fax: 607-734-3004 sgsports@gannett.com WELM AM 1410 alegare@gannett.com Phone: 607-733-5626 rlevandu@gannett.com Fax: 607-733-5627 Corning Leader Phone:607-936-4651 Fax: 607-936-9939 sports@the-leader.com swargo@the-leader.com

RLM Sports Phone: 866-819-1122 bob@rlmsports.net

RADIO: All home Elmira College Hockey games will be broadcast by RLM Sports. Visiting radio stations will be located behind press row. Radio stations wishing to broadcast from the Murray Athletic Center should contact the EC Sports Information Office at least 48 hours prior to the date of the contest. PHOTO POLICY: Media photographers can work from either side of the rink, but are exempt from the bench and locker room areas. Penalty box access must be approved by the Director of Athletics.

Travis Larner, Asst. Director of Sports Information WORKING PRESS: Press row seating is located directly behind Office: (607) 735-1746 the official scorers table on the south side of the facility. Game Email: tlarner@elmira.edu programs and statistics will be provided to the media prior to the contest. This is a working media area; no guests permitted. Josh Smith, Sports Information Assistant Office: (607) 735-1746 Email: josmith@elmira.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION Elmira College Admissions: (607) 735-1724 Athletics Phone: (607) 735-1730 Athletics Fax: (607) 735-1717 Website: athletics.elmira.edu E-Mail Address: ecathletics@elmira.edu

POST-GAME MEDIA INTERVIEWS: Post-game interviews are appropriate after a 10-minute cooling off period. The media is asked to contact a member of the coaching staff before speaking with a particular player. OTHER INTERVIEWS: Any other media interviews should be arranged through the Sports Information Office.

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ADMINISTRATION/ABOUT ELMIRA

Dr. Norman Smith President

MaryAnne Boorse

Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Athletics

Corey Paluga

Compliance Assistant

Pat Thompson ’75

Vice President of Athletics

Preston Chapman

Emerson Support Staff Coordinator

Aaron Saul ’98

Athletics Recruiting Coordinator

Randie Torgalski Athletics Scheduling Coordinator

Jen Bozek

Senior Associate Director of Athletics

Rhonda Faunce Director of Physical Education

Don Sherman

Director of Sports Information

Tom Linhart

Game Day Operations Coordinator

Jerry Fisk

Asst. Director of Athletics Events & Facility Operations

Keith Moore

Director of Community Outreach & Intramurals

Dave Tomkalski

Head Athletics Trainer

Kaitlyn Mallernee

Administrative Assistant

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Elmira College is a four-year, private, co-educational, liberal arts college with an undergraduate enrollment of 1,376, 13-percent of whom were valedictorians or salutatorians of their high schools or prep schools. Our diverse population is represented by 35 states and 31 foreign countries. Our students are creative, strong academically, and engaged in a wide range of activities and endeavors. The College is located in Elmira, a city of 35,000, that is located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York. The campus sits on 55 historic acres which includes seven classroom buildings, 12 dormitories, two administrative office buildings, library, computer lab facilities, health center, campus center, President’s Home, and Mark Twain Study. Eight college buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The average class size is 16, with a student to faculty ratio of 11:1. The College offers over thirty-five academic majors, including: education, business, psychology, biology, nursing, pre-medicine, prelaw, along with numerous study abroad and internship programs. The Soaring Eagles sponsor 11 varsity women’s teams in soccer, field hockey, volleyball, tennis, cross country, golf, basketball, cheerleading, ice hockey, lacrosse and softball. Men’s varsity teams compete in soccer, golf, basketball, ice hockey, volleyball, baseball, tennis, lacrosse and cross country.


MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER The Murray Athletic Center, better known as the Domes, has been the home of Elmira College Men’s Ice Hockey for over 40 years, hosting home Soaring Eagles ice hockey games since 1973. In the summer of 2001, a major renovation project took place that included new locker rooms and new offices for the hockey programs, four new multi-purpose locker rooms and a new sports medicine area. These enhancements to the facility provide the Soaring Eagles with a state-of-the-art locker rooms, which include individual maple player stalls, a stick room with work bench area, stereo and entertainment center, video editing equipment, coaches offices and meeting area, an intercom system, and a dehumidification system. The Murray Athletic Center has been one of the premiere Division III hockey facilities in the country and these improvements demonstrate the College’s commitment to provide Elmira student-athletes with the necessary facilities to support the athletics programs at the College. The Soaring Eagles continue to have one of the highest home attendance averages in the country with frequent sell-out crowds. A truly unique facility that the Soaring Eagles are happy to call home, and a place where few opponents enjoy much success.

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COACHING STAFF

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HEAD COACH AARON SAUL ’98 AARON SAUL ’98 enters his eighth season as the Head Men‘s Ice Hockey Coach. Saul, a 1998 graduate of Elmira College, is the first alumnus in the 43-year history of the program to assume the role as head coach. Saul has been a head coach at the collegiate level for the past nine years and has 17 years of coaching experience. In his seven years at the helm of the Purple and Gold, Saul as compiled a record of 100-75-15 and picked up three ECAC West Coach of the Year Awards. Twice, his Soaring Eagles have captured the ECAC West Tournament crown, while the EC alum guided the team to three consecutive NCAA Quarterfinal appearances from 2010-12 and has coached four All-Americans. Although the Soaring Eagles were unable to advance past the ECAC West Quarterfinals in 2015-16, Saul’s squad went on a midseason tear that saw the Elmira skaters topple some of the best competition in the nation. EC embarked on an 8-2 run, knocking off No. 11 Hobart, No. 6 Amherst, and No. 3 Babson and No. 4/8 SUNY Geneseo. Elmira rebounded from a subpar year in 2012-13 to claim the ECAC West Tournament Championship the following year, stunning the top-seeded and 13th-ranked Utica College Pioneers in the title game. Elmira’s win marked their 10th ECAC West Conference title, giving EC the most ECAC West Conference championships of any member institution, past or present. With a 16-10-1 overall record, Saul earned his third ECAC West Coach of the Year Award, while six players collected All-ECAC West recognition. EC was unable to repeat with the ECAC West Conference title in 2014-15; however, Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 was honored as the 19th All-American in Elmira’s storied history. ten Vaanholt also became the fourth Soaring Eagle to win the ECAC West Player of the Year award after leading Elmira with 35 points in his junior season. The 2011-12 season turned out to be another successful one, as EC went 15-9-3 and qualified for the NCAA Tournament for a fifth consecutive year. Elmira also went 8-2-2 in conference play, which led Saul to the ECAC West Conference Coach of the Year Award for a second time in three years. The Purple and Gold also cleaned up the ECAC West Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year Awards, as Kevin Miller ’12 and Martin Lee ’12 received the honors. Additionally, Miller, Lee, and goalie Darren MacDonald all picked up All-America recognition that same year. In Saul‘s first season with the Soaring Eagles, he led Elmira to a 19-9-1 overall record and reached the finals of the ECAC West Conference Tournament. The team saw its impressive season come to a heart-breaking end with an overtime loss to Norwich University in the NCAA Quarterfinals. In his debut season as head coach of his alma mater, Saul was named the ECAC West Coach of the Year. In 2010-11, his second season, EC went 17-4-4 en route to its first ECAC West Tournament Championship under Saul’s direction. Prior to Elmira, Saul spent two years as head coach at SUNY Potsdam. He led the Bears to 19-25-9 record, including appearances in the SUNYAC semifinal in 2008 and quarterfinal in 2009. Saul was named the SUNYAC Coach of the Year following the 2007-08 season. He began his coaching career as an assistant for the Bears from 1999-2001. Saul was a member of the Soaring Eagles men’s ice hockey team from 1994-98. As a student-athlete, he participated in the 1997 NCAA Tournament, three ECAC West Tournaments, was a member of the 1997 ECAC West Championship team, and served as a captain for two seasons. He was named EC’s Rookie of the Year in 1995 and Most Valuable Player as a senior in 1998. The Saul family is a legacy at Elmira College; Saul’s younger brother Adrian ’00 played for the Soaring Eagles and was a captain during his final two seasons as well. 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 6


COACH SAUL’S FILE CAREER COACHING RECORD YEAR SCHOOL W 2015-16 Elmira College 11 2014-15 Elmira College 12 2013-14 Elmira College 16 2012-13 Elmira College 10 2011-12 Elmira College 15 2010-11 Elmira College 17 2009-10 Elmira College 19 2008-09 SUNY Potsdam 9 2007-08 SUNY Potsdam 10 AT ELMIRA TOTALS

AHCA All-Americans: 5

100 119

L 12 12 10 16 9 7 9 12 13

T 3 3 1 0 3 4 1 5 4

PCT. 0.481 0.500 0.611 0.385 0.611 0.760 0.672 0.442 0.444

75 100

15 24

0.566 0.539

POSTSEASON ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Champions ECAC West First Round ECAC West Semifinals; NCAA Quarterfinals ECAC West Champions; NCAA Quarterfinals ECAC West Runner-up; NCAA Quarterfinals SUNYAC Quarterfinals SUNYAC Semifinals

AWARDS & HONORS Player of the Years: 2 Defensive Player of the Years: 2

ALL-ECAC WEST HONORS 2015-16 2011-12 Brian Depp ’16 (Second Team) Kevin Willer ’12 (First Team, POY) Carter Shinkaruk ’16 (Second Team) Martin Lee ’12 (First Team, DPOY) Darren MacDonald ’13 (First Team) 2014-15 Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (Second Team) Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 (First Team, POY) Eric David ’15 (All-Rookie Team) Eric David ’15 (Second Team) Brendan Sanders ’12 (Honorable Mention) Tommy Sumi ’16 (Honorable Mention) Brock Sawyer ’12 (Honorable Mention) Ryan deMelo ’15 (Honorable Mention) 2010-11 2013-14 Kevin Willer ’12 (First Team) Josh Burnell ’15 (First Team) Martin Lee ’12 (First Team,DPOY) Michael Collins ’16 (Second Team) Darren McDonald ’13 (First Team) Jesper Strale ’14 (Second Team) Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (Second Team) Eric David ’15 (Second Team) Karl Linden ’11 (Second Team) Alexander Taulien ’17 (All-Rookie Team) Jesper Strale ’14 (All-Rookie Team) Sal Magliocco ’17 (All-Rookie Team) 2009-10 2012-13 Rusty Masters ’10 (First Team) Josh Burnell ’15 (Honorable Mention) Casey Tuttle ’10 (First Team) Michael Collins ’16 (All-Rookie Team) Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (First Team) Greg Moore ’10 (Second Team)

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Coach of the Year: 4

ALL-AMERICANS Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 - Forward 2014-15 - Second Team Darren MacDonald ’13 - Goalie 2010-11 - Second Team 2011-12 - Third Team Kevin Willer ’12 - Forward 2011-12 - First Team Martin Lee ’12 - Defense 2011-12 - Third Team COACH OF THE YEAR AWARDS ECAC West Coach of the Year 2013-14; 2011-12; 2009-10 SUNYAC Coach of the Year* 2007-08 *at SUNY Potsdam


COACHING STAFF TIMOTHY CROWLEY enters his fifth season as the Head Women’s Golf Coach and Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey Coach at Elmira College in 2016-17. During the 2013-14 season, Crowley played a major role in leading Elmira College to its 10th ECAC West title, the most of any ECAC West member institution, past or present. His efforts working with the EC power play paid off, as the Soaring Eagles ranked fourth in the nation in power-player production, scoring goals on 28-percent of their opportunities. Power-play success continued in 2014-15, as EC had two players finish among the top-20 in the nation in power-play goals with Alexander Taulien ’17 and Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 ranking fourth and 18th, respectively. With a total of 12 goals, 23 assists, and a team-high 35 points that season, ten Vaanholt was crowned an ACHA Second-Team All-American, the 19th All-American in EC’s storied history. In 2015-16, Crowley helped guide the Purple and Gold on a run that could rival the best in the nation at the time. During an 8-2 stretch from November 14, 2015 to January 9, 2016, Elmira knocked off No. 11 Hobart College, No. 6 Amherst College, and No. 3 Babson College in consecutive home games. It marked the first time since the 2010-11 season that the Soaring Eagles defeated three straight ranked opponents. The run ended with a victory over No.4/8 SUNY Geneseo, also at the MAC. During that span, EC’s only two losses came to nationally-ranked foes, the latter in overtime at No. 8 Trinity (CT). Additionally, Crowley helped Carter Shinkaruk ’16 finish the 2015-16 campaign ranked third in all of Division III men’s ice hockey with a 0.79 goals per game average. Crowley, a 2009 graduate of the College at Brockport, was a four-year member of the Golden Eagles men’s ice hockey team. He was a member of Brockport’s first playoff victory in school history. An assistant captain during his final year, Crowley was a SUNYAC All-Academic honoree. He also received the Bob Peterson Coaches Award as well as Brockport’s Seventh Man Award. After graduation, Crowley was hired as the assistant men’s ice hockey coach at SUNY Potsdam, where the team qualified for the SUNYAC postseason in both the 2009-10 and 2011-12 seasons. Crowley served as the primary recruiter for the program bringing in 23 recruits over a three-year period. During his time with the Bears, three players earned All-SUNYAC recognition and three members were named to the All-Rookie team. Along with his coaching experience, Crowley leads by example off the ice, as he helped find the Bears Stick It to Cancer and Hockey Day in Potsdam charities. While at Potsdam he assisted in Bears Back to Basics free community hockey clinics that ran once a month.

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COACHING STAFF KURT KALWEIT ’84 -- ASSISTANT COACH

Former Elmira College All-American KURT KALWEIT ’84 enters his eighth season in his second stint as an assistant coach for his alma mater in the 2016-17 academic year. He previously served as an assistant coach under Glenn Thomaris following the conclusion of his professional ice hockey career. Following one of the most prolific careers in Elmira College history, Kalweit graduated from with records for most goals (39) and power play goals (15) in a season, and as the program’s second-leading point scorer (183). His 95 career goals currently rank fourth all-time and his 183 career points are fifth. In his final season donning a Purple and Gold sweater, Kalweit totaled 24 goals and 49 points to lead the team in both categories for the third consecutive season. That season he became just the second Soaring Eagle to be honored as an All-American. After graduation, Kalweit played four professional seasons, first in the International Hockey League from with Toledo (1985-86) and Flint (1986-87). He then played for Karhu-Kissat in Helsinki, the capital of Finland, from 1987-89. In his two seasons in Finland, the left winger scored 55 goals and 94 points in 76 games. Kalweit is a teacher at Elmira City School District’s Hendy Elementary School. Originally from Needham, Massachusetts, he received his bachelor’s degree from Elmira College in 1984 and completed his master’s degree at EC in 1995.

KYLE TOMKALSKI ’16 -- DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS

Following graduation from Elmira College in 2016 with a degree in Business Administration, KYLE TOMKALSKI ’16 returned to his alma mater to begin his first season as the Director of Hockey Operations for the EC men. During his four years as an undergraduate student-athlete, Tomkalski assisted both the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams as a team manager and equipment manager. A native of Elmira and a 2012 graduate of Elmira Free Academy, Tomkalski played on both the Soaring Eagles’ men’s golf and junior varsity men’s ice hockey teams. He is the son of Elmira College’s Head Athletics Trainer, Dave Tomkalski.

GARY ARCHAMBEAULT ’85 -- HEAD JUNIOR VARSITY COACH

GARY ARCHAMBEAULT ’85 has been an integral part of the Soaring Eagles’ hockey program since his playing days in the mid-1980’s. After commencement, he returned as an assistant coach for the Soaring Eagles junior varsity team for several years, before becoming the head junior varsity coach in 2003. Previously, Archambeault spent four years scouting for the Cornwall Aces in the American Hockey League. In addition, he is in his 19th year as a Head Instructor for Sport International Hockey Academy. Archambeault has worked for NYSEG as an Energy Consultant since 1985. Originally from Massena, New York, he currently resides in Horseheads with his wife Alecia, son Christian, and daughter Alexa. @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 9


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2016-17 ROSTER NUMERICAL NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 30 31

NAME -- CLASS Charl Pretorius ’19 Michael Martin ’18 Cameron Mack ’20 Blake O’Neill ’19 Noah Anderson ’19 Spencer Carter ’20 Connor Powell ’20 Eddie Nolan ’17 Andrew Pucci ’20 Joseph Hall ’20 Patrick Schmelzinger ’20 Tyler Theodoulou ’18 Matthew Cuce ’20 Harry Kramer ’20 Timmy Thurnau ’20 Mitch Atkins ’19 Nick Ford ’20 Anthony Parrucci ’20 Chris Moses ’19 Spencer MacLean ’20 Calvin Hughson ’20 Brent Lafayette ’19 Jonathan Grassie ’19 Kevin DiMagno ’20 Kenny Tencza ’19 Eric Bolden ’20 Sal Magliocco ’17 Parker Butler ’20

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

ALPHABETICAL

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

HT. 6’0” 6’1” 5’10” 6’1” 5’9” 5’11” 5’10” 6’0” 6’1” 6’1” 5’7” 6’0” 5’9” 6’2” 6’1” 5’11” 6’1” 6’1” 5’10” 6’5” 6’0” 5’10” 6’1” 6’2” 5’10” 6’0” 5’10” 6’2”

NAME (PRONUNCIATION) Noah Anderson Mitch Atkins Eric Bolden Parker Butler Spencer Carter Matthew Cuce (COO-chee) Kevin DiMagno (de-MAG-no) Nick Ford Jonathan Grassie (GRASS-ee) Joseph Hall Calvin Hughson Harry Kramer (CRAY-mer) Brent Lafayette (lah-FEE-et) Spencer MacLean (mac-LANE) Cameron Mack Sal Magliocco (mag-lee-OH-coe) Michael Martin Chris Moses Eddie Nolan Blake O’Neill Anthony Parrucci (puh-ROO-chee) Connor Powell Charl Pretorius (pruh-TOUR-ee-iss) Andrew Pucci (POO-chee) Patrick Schmelzinger (SHMEL-zing-er) Kenny Tencza (TENS-kuh) Tyler Theodoulou (thee-oh-DOLE-oo) Timmy Thurnau (THUR-no)

WT. 160 195 165 185 175 202 190 210 165 200 165 190 155 180 185 185 200 205 185 220 190 169 195 205 175 180 185 195

HOMETOWN -- PREVIOUS TEAM Pretoria, South Africa -- Northwood Prep Dearborn, Mich. -- Ottawa Jr. Senators Long Beach, Calif. -- Connecticut Nighthawks Fort Myers, Fla. -- Kingston Voyageurs Groveland, N.Y. -- Minnesota Iron Rangers Swisher, Iowa -- Hartford Jr Wolfpack Merrimack, N.H. -- New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs Dorchester, Mass. -- South Shore Kings Mississauga, Ontario -- Toronto Jr. Canadiens Toledo, Ohio -- Walpole Express Jamestown, N.Y. -- Nipawin Hawks Bedford, N.H. -- Boston Jr. Rangers Fort Myers, Fla. -- Springfield Pics Wexford, Pa. -- Connecticut Jr. Rangers West Chester, Ohio -- Walpole Express Kitchener, Ontario -- Cambridge Winter Hawks New Lenox, Ill. -- Brookings Blizzard Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Johnstown Tomahawks Hamburg, N.Y. -- Buffalo Jr. Sabres Kleinburg, Ontario -- Elliot Lake Wildcats Sarnia, Ontario -- Lambton Shores Predators Fredericksburg, Va. -- Rochester Jr. Americans Somersworth, N.H. -- New Hampshire Monarchs Fairport, N.Y. -- Burlington Cougars Naples, Fla. -- Northern Cyclones Oswego, Ill. -- Nipawin Hawks Roslyn, N.Y. -- New York Apple Core Summit, N.J. -- Chatham Maroons

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Freshmen -- 16 Sophomores -- 8 Juniors -- 2 Seniors -- 2

LETTERMEN RETURNING/LOST Overall -- 12/15 Forwards -- 5/11 Defensemen -- 5/3 Goalies -- 2/1

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2016-17 TEAM PHOTO & CAPTAINS

Front Row (L to R): Sal Magliocco, Chris Moses, Mitch Atkins, Tyler Theodoulou, Michael Martin, Head Coach Aaron Saul ’98, Asst. Coach Tim Crowley, Eddie Nolan, Blake O’Neill, Jonathan Grassie, Brent Lafayette & Charl Pretorius. Middle Row (L to R): Head Athletic Trainer Dave Tomkalski, Noah Anderson, Connor Powell, Nick Ford, Kevin DiMagno, Spencer MacLean, Harry Kramer, Anthony Parrucci, Parker Butler, Spencer Carter, Kenny Tencza & Team Manager Kyle Tomkalski ’16. Back Row (L to R): Patrick Schmelzinger, Donato Cipriano, Calvin Hughson, Joseph Hall, Timmy Thurnau, Andrew Pucci, Eric Bolden, Cameron Mack & Matthew Cuce.

2016-17 TEAM CAPTAINS

Michael Martin ’18 “C”

Eddie Nolan ’17 “C”

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2016-17 SEASON PREVIEW The 2015-16 season was a turbulent one to say the least for the Elmira College men’s ice hockey team, which ended the campaign with an 11-12-3 overall record and a 4-9-2 mark in league play. Elmira produced four wins over nationally-ranked opponents, three against teams who were ranked sixth-or-better at time, but the Soaring Eagles struggled to find consistency inside the ECAC West Conference, which ultimately led to first-round exit at the yearend conference tournament. This year is shaping up to be another challenging one for the Elmira men, who lost their top-seven point scorers from a season ago as well as the team’s starting goaltender for most the of the year. Inexperience up and down the Elmira lineup may look like weakness heading into the upcoming season, but make no mistake about it - expectations remain high in the locker room and amongst the coaching staff for the 2016-17 edition of the Purple and Gold. “We want to compete for an ECAC West Conference Championship,” said Head Coach Aaron Saul ‘98, who begins his eighth season as the bench boss for the Soaring Eagles. “It all starts with getting into the playoffs, because we have a few more teams in the league this year. So if we can get into the playoffs then I think we can make some noise.” Qualifying for the year-end conference tournament will be much more difficult than in years past, mainly due to the addition of Stevenson University and Lebanon Valley College to the ECAC West. Stevenson and Lebanon Valley become the second and third teams added by the conference in the last five years, joining Nazareth College as the three newest members of the league. The addition brings the conference team total to eight, yet the league tournament will only feature the top six teams as it has been traditionally. Elmira’s schedule is set up to ease into conference play, as the Soaring Eagles open the 2016-17 campaign with a home-and-home series with Oswego State. The two-game series with the Lakers marks the first time since the 2012-13 season that EC will open the year against a non-league opponent. The following six games will all take place inside the ECAC West, starting with a weekend road trip to face the newest members of the conference, Stevenson and Lebanon Valley. During that six-game stretch, Elmira will get its first look at each team in the conference with the exception of Hobart College, who the Soaring Eagles play twice in the last two games of the regular season. Elmira’s push for a playoff spot during the second half of the season will be crucial, as six of the final eight league contests will take place at the friendly confines of EC’s Murray Athletic Center. KEY RETURNERS SAL MAGLIOCCO ‘17 (G) Sal Magliocco ’17 With 45 career games under his belt and entering his senior season, Magliocco looks to be Coach Saul’s top pick between the pipes this season for the Soaring Eagles. The Roslyn, New York, native will surely be a key piece in Elmira’s formula for success, especially with such a large group of newcomers on this year’s squad. Magliocco saw limited time in net last season due to injury, resulting in a 4-6-0 overall record. However, when healthy, Magliocco can play with the best of them and he proved that during his freshman campaign in 2013-14, a season he went 116-0 with a 3.21 goals-against average. “He’s had some really great wins and runs in his career,” said Saul. “It seems like he’s gotten injured each year which derailed his season, but if he can stay healthy I think he’s one of, if not, the best goalie in our conference.” EDDIE NOLAN ‘17 (D) Of Elmira’s 28-man roster, no one has more collegiate experience than this senior defenseman. Nolan has appeared in 75 games throughout his career and owns 15 points on six goals and nine assists. Nolan’s toughness and leadership from the blue line will be so very important for EC’s 16 freshmen. @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 13


2016-17 SEASON PREVIEW MICHAEL MARTIN ‘18 (D) Similar to his linemate, Nolan, third-year blueliner Martin adds quality and toughness to the Elmira’s d-corps. Martin played in 24 games last season and logged a pair of assists. Known more for his physicality than for his scoring touch, look for this no-nonsense defender to set the tone on-and-off the ice as a key leader on this year’s team. “We are going to be looking for both of these guys [Nolan & Martin] to provide leadership for us back there, especially with a lot of new guys in the mix this year,” Saul stated. “They are really going to need to anchor down our d-zone.” BLAKE O’NEILL ‘19 (D) O’Neill enters the 2016-17 season as Elmira’s top-returning point scorer from a year ago, after capping his freshman year with 13 points on two goals and 11 helpers. A talented two-way defender, O’Neill became the first rookie defenseman to produce 10-or-more points in a debut season since former AHCA All-American Karl Linden ‘11 logged 17 (6g, 11a) in 2007. Since 1999-00, only nine EC freshman defensemen have broken the 10-point barrier and of those nine, three went on to garner All-American honors (Lawne Snyder ‘04, Nicolas Dumoulin ‘08, & Linden). TYLER THEODOULOU ‘18 (F) Theodoulou was one of 11 Elmira skaters with 10-or-more points a season ago, finishing his sophomore season with six goals and four assists in 24 appearances. His 10 points are tied for second-most amongst returning skaters, as the Bedford, New Hampshire, native closed out the 2015-16 campaign on a four-game point streak (1g, 4a). “Up front is where we have the most new and impactful players, but our biggest returner up top is Theodoulou,” said Saul. “He played in a lot of different situations last year and I’m sure his ice time will increase this season.” NEWCOMERS Of Elmira’s 28-man roster, the Class of 2020 makes up the majority with 16 players. EC’s freshman class is a diverse bunch, hailing from nine different states within the continental U.S. as well as Canada. With such a large group of newcomers on this year’s team, the freshman class will more than likely be expected to make big and immediate contributions this winter. “We are really excited about the forwards we have coming this year,” Saul stated. “It usually takes freshmen about a semester to feel comfortable, but we don’t have that kind of time, so those guys are going to be relied upon right away to provide some offensive punch.” Saul continues to share his thoughts on the infusion of his rookie skaters, “For us, having some new players in here just gives us a new vibe and new energy. There are bunch of guys that are going to be playing their first collegiate games in a couple of weeks. With that many new guys it’s going to be an adjustment but we are really happy with where the guys are at and what they are bringing to the table.” GENERAL OUTLOOK In the last four seasons, Elmira has produced one winning record, one that came in a 2013-14 ECAC West title run (16-10-1). If history has taught us anything about Elmira hockey, it is that the Soaring Eagles do not stay down for long. Since the program’s inception in 1973-74, Elmira has suffered through just seven losing seasons. More impressive has been how the Soaring Eagles have responded to those sub-par campaigns. In the year following a losing season, Elmira has produced four winning records, a pair of conference titles (1994-95 & 2013-14), and an NCAA Tournament Semifinal appearance. In order for Elmira to get back to its winning ways, defending its home ice at the MAC will be a vital component, especially with a 14-game home slate this season. Over the past three seasons, Elmira has played exceptionally well at home, posting a 22-12-3 overall record during that time. “It’s the first time since I’ve been a head coach here that we have had so many home games,” said Saul. “It’s great for us and it’s great for our new players to play in a building where everyone is cheering for them. It’s going to be a great experience for those guys and hopefully we have some success at home, especially early, so we can ride that momentum into the playoffs.” 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 14


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CHARL PRETORIUS ’19

GOALIE | 6’0” | 160 | LEFT | PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - NORTHWOOD PREP 2015-16 Season Made one appearance between the pipes as a freshman…Recorded 38 saves and an .884 save percentage in a 5-2 loss to ECAC West foe Hobart College in the regular-season finale. Before Elmira Played ice hockey for the U18 Huskies of Northwood Prep in Lake Placid, New York...Named a 2014-15 Eastern Junior Elite Prospect League U18 All-Star and All-Star Game MVP...Has represented South Africa in International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Games at the U18 and U20 levels...Twice named the best goalkeeper at the World Championships...Won the 2014 IIHF U18 World Championship for Division III Group B with South Africa. Personal Charl is a Pre-Med and Biology double-major. He is also member of the EC men’s golf team. In April of 2016 following his freshman season, Charl helped South Africa win bronze at the 2016 IIHF Division III World Championship in Instanbul, Turkey.

CAREER BESTS Fewest GA: 5 (2/20/16 vs. Hobart) Most Saves: 38 (2/20/16 vs. Hobart) SV%: 0.884 (2/20/16 vs. Hobart) First Career Win: n/a First Career Shutout: n/a

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % W L T SHO 2015-16 1 1 58:50 5 5.10 38 0.884 0 1 0 0 Totals 1 1 58:50 5 5.10 38 0.884 0 1 0 0

ECAC West Year GP GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % W L T SHO 2015-16 1 1 58:50 5 5.10 38 0.884 0 1 0 0 Totals 1 1 58:50 5 5.10 38 0.884 0 1 0 0

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MICHAEL MARTIN ’18

DEFENSE | 6’3” | 195 |LEFT | DEARBORN, MI - OTTAWA JR. SENATORS 2015-16 Season Played in 24 of Elmira’s 26 games… Recorded two assists on the season…Earned a point with a helper in the loss to No. 11 Hobart (11/20)…Earned the primary assist on the first goal in EC’s 2-2 tie with Neumann University (1/29). 2014-15 Season Skated in 21 games as a freshman…Registered a careerhigh three points with a goal and two helpers…Scored his first career goal in the 4-3 win over Salve Regina University (1/17)… Picked up his first assist in a 5-2 win over Manhattanville (1/24)...Assisted on the overtime game-winner as the Soaring Eagles topped Utica College by a 2-1 final on the road (2/14). Before Elmira Played four seasons in the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL), including two with the Ottawa Jr. Senators from 2012-14...Finished his final junior season with the Senators by posting career highs in games played (60), assists (11), points (13), and penalty minutes (70)... Finished with a goal and three assists in 12 playoff games that year. Personal Michael is a Business Administration major with a minor in Marketing.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 (1/17/15 vs. Salve Regina) Assists: 1 - 4x (1/29/16 vs. Neumann)* Points: 1 - 5x (1/29/16 vs. Neumann)* Goal Streak: 1 Game Point Streak: 1 Game First Goal: 1/17/15 vs. Salve Regina First Assist: 1/24/15 vs. Manhattanville *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS Overall Year 2014-15 2015-16 Totals

GP G A 21 1 2 24 0 2 45 1 4

PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW 3 6/12 0 0 0 2 7/25 0 0 0 5 13/37 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A 2014-15 12 0 2 2015-16 14 0 2 Totals 26 0 4

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BLAKE O’NEILL ’19

DEFENSE | 6’1” | 185 | RIGHT | FORT MYERS, FL - KINGSTON VOYAGEURS Honors & Awards EC Athlete of the Week (1/18/16) 2015-16 Season Tied with Mitch Atkins ’19 for the most appearances by a rookie in 2015-16 with 23…Paced all EC freshmen and defensemen with 13 points…Ranked fourth on the Soaring Eagles with 11 assists…His first career point was his first goal, scored in the 4-3 win over No. 11 Hobart College (11/21)…Scored the game-winner in a 4-3 win over SUNY Brockport (1/8) to spark a season-long three-game point streak…Extended streak with helpers in the win over No. 4/8 SUNY Geneseo (1/9) and Buffalo State (1/12)…Posted a season-high two points with two assists in the 4-1 triumph over Curry College (1/16). Before Elmira Played parts of three seasons with the Kingston Voyageurs in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL)...Scored 41 points in 96 regular-season games between 2013-15...Spent his first season of junior hockey in his native state of Florida with the Florida Jr. Blades of the Empire Junior Hockey League. Personal Blake is a Biology major. He is also a member of the EC men’s lacrosse team.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 - 2x (1/8/16 vs. Brockport)* Assists: 2 (1/16/16 vs. Curry) Points: 2 (1/16/16 vs. Curry) Goal Streak: 1 Game Point Streak: 3 Games (1/8-12/16) First Goal: 11/21/15 vs. Hobart First Assist: 11/29/15 vs. Babson *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 23 2 11 13 5/10 0 0 1 0 Totals 23 2 11 13 5/10 0 0 1 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 12 1 4 5 3/6 0 0 0 0 Totals 12 1 4 5 3/6 0 0 0 0

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NOAH ANDERSON ’19

DEFENSE | 5’9” | 175 | LEFT | GROVELAND, NY - MINNESOTA IRON RANGERS 2015-16 Season Played in 17 games during his debut season… Finished with one assist and 27 penalty minutes…Recorded his first career point with a helper against Nazareth College (2/5). Before Elmira Spent the two seasons with the Minnesota Iron Rangers of the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL)...In 2014-15, posted career highs with 17 goals, 37 assists and 54 points in 55 regular-season games...Named the best defenseman in the SIJHL and a First-Team All-Star after leading all blue liners in scoring. Personal Noah is a Business Administration major with a minor in Finance.

CAREER BESTS Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (2/5/16 vs. Nazareth) Points: 1 (2/5/16 vs. Nazareth) Goal Streak: n/a Point Streak: 1 game First Goal: n/a First Assist: 2/5/16 vs. Nazareth

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 17 0 1 1 8/27 0 0 0 0 Totals 17 0 1 1 8/27 0 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 10 0 1 1 7/25 0 0 0 0 Totals 10 0 1 1 7/25 0 0 0 0

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EDDIE NOLAN ’17

DEFENSE | 6’1” | 210 | RIGHT | DORCHESTER, MA | SOUTH SHORE KINGS 2015-16 Season Played in 24 of 26 games on the season… Posted a career-high five assists…Scored his first career goal, the game-winner, in a 6-1 victory over Wesleyan College (12/11)… Registered one assist in EC’s 6-3 victory over No. 6 Amherst College (11/28) and a 4-3 win over SUNY Brockport (1/8)…Picked up an assist in the loss to Utica in the ECAC West Tournament (2/24)…Finished second on the team with 41 penalty minutes. 2014-15 Season Skated in 24 of EC’s 27 contests…Produced two assists on the season, one in a 7-2 win over Fredonia (12/2) and the other in a loss to Nazareth College (1/30)… Recorded season highs with three blocks and 17 penalty minutes against No. 13/11 Hobart College in the ECAC West Semifinals (2/28). 2013-14 Season Played in all 27 games… Led all Elmira defensemen as a freshman with a career-high five goals…Added two assists for a single-season career-high seven points…Scored his first collegiate goal in a 5-0 win over Fredonia (11/19)…Netted Elmira’s first goal in a 7-6 overtime victory over No. 12 Utica at the Domes (1/31)…Recorded a single-game career-high with two points in a 7-4 triumph at Manhattanville (2/15) with one goal and one assist. Before Elmira Spent three seasons with the South Shore Kings of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL)...Played in a combined 110 regular-season games with the Kings in those seasons... Finished with a career-high two goals and 11 points in 41 games played in 2012-13...Tied his career high with nine helpers that year...Advanced to the postseason in each of his three seasons with South Shore. Personal Eddie is a Business Administration major.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 - 6x (12/11/15 vs. Wesleyan)* Assists: 1 - 9x (2/24/16 vs. Utica)* Points: 2 (2/15/14 vs. Manhattanville) Goal Streak: 1 Game Point Streak: 2 Games (11/28 - 12/11/15) First Goal: 11/19/13 vs. Fredonia First Assist: 2/15/14 at Manhattanville *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS Overall Year GP G 2013-14 27 5 2014-15 24 0 2015-16 24 1 Totals 75 6

A 2 2 5 9

PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW 7 10/36 0 0 0 2 8/27 0 0 0 6 11/41 0 0 1 15 29/104 0 0 1

GT 0 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G 2013-14 15 3 2014-15 14 0 2015-16 15 0 Totals 44 3

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A 1 1 2 4

PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW 4 5/26 0 0 0 1 4/8 0 0 0 2 8/35 0 0 0 8 17/69 0 0 0

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2015-16 Season Appeared in 24 of Elmira’s 26 contests… Scored career highs with six goals, four assists, and 10 points on the season…Recorded a season-high and tied his career high in points with two by netting one goal and assisting on another in a 5-3 victory over third-ranked Babson College (11/29)…Scored once in the 4-3 win on the road over SUNY Brockport (1/8)…Tallied a shorthanded goal in a 4-3 overtime win over Naz (2/6). 2014-15 Season Played in 19 games as a rookie… Scored three goals, with all three coming in wins, in addition to two assists…Netted a power-play score in a 7-2 defeat of Fredonia (12/2)…Helped EC toppled SUNY Potsdam, 5-2, with his first career game-winning goal (1/13)…Had two points with one goal and one assist against Salve Regina (1/17), as the Soaring Eagles came from behind to beat the Seahawks, 4-3. Before Elmira Finished his junior career with a successful two-year stint with the Boston Jr. Rangers...Was named team captain in 2013-14...That year, he finished with career highs in assists (29) and points (43), while tying his previous high with 14 goals...Scored four points in four postseason games over his two seasons with the Jr. Rangers. Personal Tyler is a Biology major.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 - 9x (2/24/16 vs. Utica)* Assists: 1 - 6x (2/20/16 vs. Hobart)* Points: 2 - 2x (11/29/15 vs. Babson)* Goal Streak: 1 game Point Streak: 3 games (2/16-24/16) First Career Goal: at Fredonia (12/2/14) First Career Assist: vs. Nazareth (12/5/14) *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS Overall Year 2014-15 2015-16 Totals

GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP 19 3 2 5 4/8 1 24 6 4 10 10/20 0 43 9 6 15 14/28 1

SH GW 0 1 1 0 1 1

GT 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW 2014-15 7 0 1 1 1/2 0 0 0 2015-16 15 2 3 5 4/8 0 1 0 Totals 22 2 4 6 5/10 0 1 0

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MITCH ATKINS ’19

FORWARD | 5’11” | 185 | RIGHT | KITCHENER, ONT - CAMBRIDGE WINTER HAWKS Honors & Awards EC Athlete of the Week (11/9/15) 2015-16 Season Played in 23 of EC’s 26 games as a freshman, tying Blake O’Neill for the most appearances by an Elmira rookie in 2015-16…Finished fifth on the team with nine assists on the season… Added one goal for a total of 10 points, tied for the second-most among Elmira freshmen in 2015-16…Began his career on a three-game point scoring streak…Picked up one assist in the season opener against Neumann (11/6)…Scored his first career goal the following day against Manhattanville (11/7)…Recorded an assist to end the streak against Utica (11/13)…Assisted on a goal in the 6-3 victory over No. 6 Amherst (11/28)… Produced helpers in the one-goal wins over Brockport (1/8) and Utica (2/13)…Had an assist in the ECAC West Tournament bout with Utica (2/24). Before Elmira Spent four seasons in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL)...Averaged over a point per game in his GOJHL career...Finished the 2014-15 season with Cambridge, where he scored 16 goals and 25 assists in only 35 games for the Winter Hawks in the regular season. Personal Mitch is a Business Administration major.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 - (11/7/15 vs. Manhattanville) Assists: 1 - 8x (2/24/16 vs. Utica)* Points: 1 - 9x (2/24/16 vs. Utica)* Goal Streak: 1 Game Point Streak: 3 Games (11/6-13/15) First Goal: 11/7/15 vs. Manhattanville First Assist: 11/6/15 vs. Neumann *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 23 1 9 10 9/26 0 0 0 0 2015-16 14 1 5 6 4/8 0 0 0 0 Totals 23 1 9 10 9/26 0 0 0 0 Totals 14 1 5 6 4/8 0 0 0 0 @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 21


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CHRIS MOSES ’19

FORWARD | 5’10” | 185 | RIGHT | HAMBURG, NY - BUFFALO JR. SABRES 2015-16 Season Skated in 17 games with the Soaring Eagles throughout his freshman campaign...Made appearances in nine ECAC West contests...Recorded seven shot attempts and five blocks during his rookie season. Before Elmira Began the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL), before graduating to the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s (OJHL) Buffalo Jr. Sabres...Appeared in 49 games for the Jr. Sabres in 2014-15 and scored 10 goals with six assists...Played with current Elmira College teammate Kenny Tencza ’19 on the Buffalo Jr. Sabres. Personal Chris is a Business major.

CAREER BESTS Goals: n/a Assists: n/a Points: n/a Goal Streak: n/a Point Streak: n/a First Goal: n/a First Assist: n/a

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 17 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 Totals 17 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 9 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 Totals 9 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0

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BRENT LAFAYETTE ’19

FORWARD | 5’10” | 169 | RIGHT | FREDERICKSBURG, VA - ROCHESTER JR. AMERICANS 2015-16 Season Appeared in 19 overall games and 13 ECAC West contests… Posted two assists on the season, including one in a 4-3 victory over No. 11 Hobart College (11/21). The other assist was scored against Neumann (1/30). Before Elmira Played two seasons in the United States Premier Hockey League’s (USPHL) Premier Division...Skated in 41 games for the Rochester Jr. Americans and scored four goals with 13 assists for 17 points. Personal Brent is a Criminal Justice major with a minor in Business.

CAREER BESTS Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (2/5/16 vs. Nazareth) Points: 1 (2/5/16 vs. Nazareth) Goal Streak: n/a Point Streak: 1 game First Goal: n/a First Assist: 2/5/16 vs. Nazareth

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 19 0 2 2 4/8 0 0 0 0 Totals 19 0 2 2 4/8 0 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 13 0 2 2 2/4 0 0 0 0 Totals 13 0 2 2 2/4 0 0 0 0

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JONATHAN GRASSIE ’19

DEFENSE | 6’1” | 195 | LEFT | SOMERSWORTH, NH - NEW HAMPSHIRE MONARCHS 2015-16 Season Skated in 22 of EC’s 26 outings…Capped off his rookie season with five points on one goal and four assists… Scored his first career goal Neumann University (1/30)… Earned one assist in three of his first five collegiate games, including games against Utica (11/13) and a 4-3 victory over Hobart (11/21)…Assisted once in the 4-1 win over Curry College (1/16). Before Elmira Was a two-year team captain for Berwick Academy in South Berwick, Maine...Following graduation from Berwick, played two seasons in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) for the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs...Appeared in 80 games over two seasons with the Jr. Monarchs, finishing with 22 points with three goals and 18 helpers. Personal Jonathan is an Accounting major.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 (1/30/16 vs. Neumann) Assists: 1 - 4x (1/16/16 vs. Curry)* Points: 1 - 5x (1/30/16 vs. Neumann)* Goal Streak: 1 game Point Streak: 2 game (11/20-21/15) First Goal: 1/30/16 vs. Neumann First Assist: 11/13/15 vs. Utica *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 22 1 4 5 4/8 0 0 0 0 Totals 22 1 4 5 4/8 0 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 13 1 3 4 3/6 0 0 0 0 Totals 13 1 3 4 3/6 0 0 0 0

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KENNY TENCZA ’19

FORWARD | 5’10” | 175 | RIGHT | NAPLES, FL - NORTHERN CYCLONES 2015-16 Season As a freshman, skated in 18 of Elmira’s 26 games… Finished in a tie for second among EC rookies with 10 points…Paced Elmira’s first-year skaters with four goals… Registered his first career point with an assist against Utica in the second game of the season (11/13)… Scored his first career goal against Hobart (11/20) and added an assist for his first multi-point outing…Picked up helpers in back-to-back wins over nationally-ranked foes No. 6 Amherst (11/28) and No. 3 Babson…Second multi-point game came with one goal and one assist in a 6-1 victory over Wesleyan (12/11)…Tallied goals in consecutive games against Manhattanville (1/22) and Neumann (1/29). Before Elmira Led St. Francis High School in Buffalo, New York, in goals (11) and points (15) during senior season in 2011-12...Named assistant captain for the Philadelphia Revolution of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) for the 2013-14 season...Scored 20 goals and 28 assists for 48 points, finishing eighth in the EHL in points per game (1.33) with Revolution...Began the 2014-15 season on the Buffalo Jr. Sabres in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) before moving to the EHL with the Northern Cyclones...Scored 11 goals and 17 assists with the Cyclones in 24 games. Personal Kenny’s major is undecided.

CAREER BESTS Goals: 1 - 4x (1/29/16 vs. Neumann)* Assists: 1 - 6x (1/8/16 vs. Brockport)* Points: 2 - 2x (12/11/15 vs. Wesleyan)* Goal Streak: 2 games (1/22-29/16) Point Streak: 2 games - 2x (1/22-29/16)* First Goal: 11/20/15 vs. Hobart First Assist: 1/13/15 vs. Utica *most recent

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 18 4 6 10 3/6 0 0 0 0 Totals 18 4 6 10 3/6 0 0 0 0

ECAC West Year GP G A PTS PEN/MIN PP SH GW GT 2015-16 8 3 2 5 0/0 0 0 0 0 Totals 8 3 2 5 0/0 0 0 0 0

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SAL MAGLIOCCO ’17 GOALIE | 5’10” | 185 | LEFT |ROSLYN, NY - NEW YORK APPLE CORE

Honors & Awards EC Athlete of the Week (1/20/14) ECAC West Weekly Honor Roll (11/12/13, 11/14/14) ECAC Goalie of the Week (11/26/13, 1/22/14, 11/11/14, 1/11/16) 2013-14 ECAC West All-Rookie Team 2015-16 Season Made 11 starts on the season, logging 623:18 of time between the pipes…Finished with a 4-6-0 record, a save percentage of .906 and a goals-against average of 3.27… Made a season-high 42 saves in the season-opening overtime loss against Neumann (11/6)…Won three straight starts against SUNY Potsdam (12/8), SUNY Brockport (1/8), and nationally-ranked SUNY Geneseo (1/9)…Held the No. 4/8 Knights to a single goal in a 5-1 victory…Stopped 28 shots in a 4-1 win over Curry (1/16)… Started in the ECAC First Round matchup against Utica College and registered 32 saves (2/24). 2014-15 Season Led EC goaltenders with 14 starts, 828:21 minutes of playing time, and 471 saves…Went 7-52 as a sophomore… Began the season with 31 saves in a 1-1 tie with Manhattanville (11/8), with the one goal allowed marking a season-low among his season’s starts…Recorded 43 saves in a 7-2 victory over Fredonia (12/2)…Won three consecutive appearances against Wesleyan (12/6), Buffalo State (1/6) and SUNY Geneseo (1/9)…Came off of the bench and played only the third period against Wesleyan, earning the victory with one goal allowed and 24 saves in EC’s 7-6 triumph…Started both ECAC West Tournament games, making 32 saves in the 5-2 win over Utica in the first round and a career-high 55 in the loss to No. 13/11 Hobart (2/28) in the semis. 2013-14 Season Debuted as a freshman with a team-leading 11-6-0 mark and 3.21 goals-against average in 17 starts and 991:56 minutes of ice time… Led EC with a single-season career-high 542 saves…Went 7-2-0 inside ECAC West play…Won his first career start in the season opener, 4-2, with 30 saves against No. 14 Neumann (11/1)…Picked up first career shutout by making 28 stops in a 5-0 win over Fredonia (11/19) …Defeated No. 11 SUNY Geneseo (1/11) by a score of 5-1 with 35 saves and topped No. 10 Oswego State (1/18) with 42 saves in a 3-2 victory…Saved a season-high 43 shots in a 7-6 overtime win over No. 12 Utica on January 31st. Before Elmira Played his final two junior seasons with the New York Apple Core of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL)...Posted a 3.86 goals-against average and a .911 save percentage in 201213, while registering a minute 1.24 goals-against average in three playoff games that year.

CAREER BESTS Fewest GA: 0 (11/19/13 vs. Fredonia) Most Saves: 55 (2/28/15 vs. Hobart) SV%: 1.000 (11/19/13 vs. Fredonia) Personal First Career Win: 11/1/13 vs. Neumann First Career Shutout: 11/19/13 vs. Fredonia Sal is a Nursing major. He is also a member of the Elmira College men’s lacrosse team.

CAREER STATISTICS

Overall Year GP GS MIN GA GAA SV SV % W L T SHO 2013-14 18 17 991:56 53 3.21 542 .911 11 6 0 1 2014-15 15 14 828:21 46 3.33 471 .911 7 5 2 0 2015-16 12 11 623:19 34 3.27 326 .906 4 6 0 0 Totals 45 42 2443:36 133 3.27 1339 .910 22 17 2 1

ECAC West Year GP GS 2013-14 10 10 2014-15 6 6 2015-16 6 5 Totals 22 21

MIN GA 544:06 28 366:06 17 265:52 20 1176:04 65

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GAA 3.09 2.79 4.51 3.32

SV 301 193 136 630

SV % W .915 7 .919 2 .872 0 .906 9

L 2 2 4 8

T SHO 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0


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CAMERON MACK ’20

FORWARD | 5’10” | 165 | RIGHT | LONG BEACH, CA - CONNECTICUT NIGHTHAWKS

Before Elmira Appeared in 39 games for the Connecticut Nighthawks of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) in the 215-16 season… Scored a career-best 16 goals, 12 assists and 28 points with the Nighthawks… Picked up one additional assist in a pair of postseason games... Honored as an EHL Star of the Week following a hat-trick performance against the New York Apple Core on January 22, 2016. Personal Cameron is an Accounting major.

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SPENCER CARTER ’20

DEFENSE | 5’11” | 202 | RIGHT | SWISHER, IOWA - HARTFORD JR. WOLFPACK

Before Elmira Played three seasons and appeared in 98 games for the Hartford Jr. Wolfpack of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL)… Scored six goals and 31 assists in his career with Hartford… Tallied a career-best 19 assists in the 2015-16 season… Played in nine total playoff games and scored four helpers during 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. Personal Spencer is a Biology major.

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CONNOR POWELL ’20

FORWARD | 5’10” | 190 | LEFT | MERRIMACK, NH - NEW HAMPSHIRE MONARCHS

Before Elmira Played two seasons with the U18 New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs of the U.S. Premier Hockey League (USPHL) before graduating to the Eastern Hockey League’s (EHL) Jr. Monarchs at the end of the 2014-15 season...Scored 35 goals with 38 assists for 73 points in 50 games with the U18 Jr. Monarchs...Scored career highs with 27 goals, 38 assists and 65 points in 41 regular-season games for the EHL Jr. Monarchs in 201516...Ranked second in the league in points...Guided the team to the EHL Premier Division Championship with an additional 11 goals and seven helpers in 10 postseason games. Personal Connor is a Business major. @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 27


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ANDREW PUCCI ’20

FORWARD | 6’1” | 165 | LEFT | MISSISSAUGA, ONT - TORONTO JR. CANADIENS

Before Elmira Played 105 games for the Toronto Jr. Canadiens of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OHJL) in the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons… Scored 20 goals, 25 assists, and 45 points with the Jr. Canadiens...Tallied career highs with 14 goals, 20 assists, and 34 points in 2015-16...Qualified for the postseason in both seasons in the OJHL and picked up three points in 13 playoff games. Personal Andrew is an Accounting major with a minor in Finance.

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JOSEPH HALL ’20

FORWARD | 6’1” | 200 | RIGHT | TOLEDO, OHIO - WALPOLE EXPRESS

Before Elmira Played for two seasons in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) with two teams, most recently with the Walpole Express in 2015-16… Scored 24 points in 41 games with the Northern Cyclones of the EHL in 2014-15...Picked up career highs with 12 goals, 22 assists, and 34 points with the Express...Appeared in 17 playoff contets during his EHL career, including six with the Express, where he added two assists to his point total...Was teammates with fellow Soaring Eagle Timmy Thurnau ’20 in Walpole. Personal Joseph is an Accouting major.

11 PATRICK SCHMELZINGER ’20 FORWARD | 5’7” | 165 | LEFT | JAMESTOWN, NY - NIPAWIN HAWKS

Before Elmira Played the 2015-16 season with the Nipawin Hawks of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL)… Appeared in 22 games with the Hawks, 11 of which came in the postseason...Helped Nipawin reach the SJHL semifinals…Scored two goals with two assists in the regular season and added two goals with one helper in the playoffs...Was teammates with fellow Soaring Eagle Eric Bolden ’20 on the Hawks. Personal Patrick is a Finance major.

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MATTHEW CUCE ’20

FORWARD | 5’9” | 155 | RIGHT | FORT MYERS, FL - SPRINGFIELD PICS

Before Elmira Played two seasons in the U.S. Premier Hockey League (USPHL), having spent the 2014-15 with the Florida Jr. Blades before joining the Springfield Pics in 2015-16... Scored career highs with 41 goals, 32 assists, and 73 points with the Jr. Blades in 39 regular-season games...Added five goals and 14 helpers in eight playoff games... Named a USPHL Empire Division All-Star that year...Tallied 10 goals with 24 assists for 34 points in 2015-16 with Springield. Personal Matthew is a Business major.

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HARRY KRAMER ’20

DEFENSE | 6’2” | 180 | LEFT | WEXFORD, PA - CONNECTICUT JR. RANGERS

Before Elmira Played two seasons for the Connecticut Junior Rangers of the U.S. Premier Hockey League (USPHL) from 2014-16… Appeared in 69 regular-season games with the Jr. Rangers… Registered seven points and five assists in 2015-16, marking USPHL single-season career highs in both categories...Also skated in four postseason games as a Jr. Ranger...Played four years of high school hockey at North Allegheny High School, where he totaled 42 points in 61 regular-season games...Won the 2012-13 Class AAA Pennsylvania State Championship at North Allegheny. Personal Harry is an Accouting major.

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TIMMY THURNAU ’20

FORWARD | 6’1” | 185 | RIGHT | WEST CHESTER, OHIO - WALPOLE EXPRESS

Before Elmira Played three seasons with the U18 Ohio Blue Jackets of the Tier 1 Elite Hockey League (T1EHL) from 2011-14 and two years with the Walpole Express of the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) from 2014-16...Scored a career-high 13 goals and 27 points in his final season with the Express in 2015-16...Tied his previous career high with 14 assists that year...Scored two goals and one assist in six postseason games to help the Express reach the division semifinals...Was teammates with fellow Soaring Eagle Joseph Hall ’20 in Walpole. Personal Timmy is a Biology major. @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 29


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NICK FORD ’20

FORWARD | 6’1” | 200 | RIGHT | NEW LENOX, IL - BROOKINGS BLIZZARD

Before Elmira Played two seasons in the North American Hockey League (NAHL), first with the Lone Star Brahmas in 2014-15 and most recently with the Brookings Blizzard in 2015-16… Recorded 10 points in 33 regular-season games with the Brahmas before moving to the North American Tier 3 Hockey League (NA3HL) to join the Texas Jr. Brahmas for a postseason run...Posted 12 goals and 26 assists for 38 points with the Blizzard in 59 regular-season contests in 2015-16. Personal Nick is a Business major.

19 ANTHONY PARRUCCI ’20 FORWARD | 6’1” | 205 |RIGHT | PITTSBURGH, PA - JOHNSTOWN TOMAHAWKS

Before Elmira Played two full seasons in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) with Michigan Warriors (2014-15) and the Johnstown Tomahawks (2015-16)… Scored two goals and three assists with the Warriors…Tallied 10 goals and 13 assists in 59 regular-season games with the Tomahawks...Helped Johnstown advance to the NAHL East Division Championship Series with three goals and one assist for four points in the playoffs. Personal Anthony’s major is undecided.

21 SPENCER MACLEAN ’20 FORWARD | 6’5” | 220 | LEFT | KLEINBURG, ONT - ELLIOT LAKE WILDCATS

Before Elmira Appeared in 99 games over two seasons with the Elliot Lake Wildcats of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) from 2014-16…Captained the Wildcats during the 2015-16 season…Recorded 140 points over his two seasons in Elliot Lake and an additional 16 points in 21 playoff games...Scored career highs with 30 goals, 44 assists, and 74 points in 2015-16...Ranked 10th in the NOJHL in points...Attended The Hill Academy in Vaughn, Ontario, where he played prep hockey from 2012-14. Personal Spencer is a Business Administration major. 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 30


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CALVIN HUGHSON ’20

DEFENSE | 6’0” | 190 | LEFT | SARNIA, ONT - LAMBTON SHORES PREDATORS

Before Elmira Played two seasons in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL) for the Lambton Shores Predators from 2014-16 and appeared in 91 contests…Finished his GOJHL career with three goals and 15 assists...Scored two goals to go along with his eight helpers in 48 outings during the 2015-16 campaign...Was assessed 88 penalty minutes that year as well. Personal Calvin is a Psychology major with a minor in Criminal Justice.

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KEVIN DIMAGNO ’20

FORWARD | 6’2” | 205 | RIGHT | FAIRPORT, NY - BURLINGTON COUGARS

Before Elmira Played for three different teams across two seasons in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) from 2014-16…Accumulated 82 points in 100 OJHL regular-season games with 34 goals and 48 assists...Helped the Whitby Fury qualify for the OJHL postseason with 22 points in 29 regular-season contests in 2014-15...Joined the Burlington Cougars midway through the 2015-16 season...Posted 12 goals and 14 assists for Burlington in the regular season and another eight points in the playoffs...Helped the Cougars advance to the OJHL Finals. Personal Kevin is majoring in Biology with a Pre-Med concentration and a Finance minor.

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ERIC BOLDEN ’20

FORWARD | 6’0” | 180 | LEFT | OSWEGO, IL - NIPAWIN HAWKS

Before Elmira Played in 97 games across two seasons for the Nipawin Hawks of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) from 2014-16… Scored a career-best and team-high 35 goals 2015-16, which ranked third among the leading goal scorers in the SJHL… Added 30 assists to equal a total of 65 points, both of which also marked career highs... Helped the Hawks advance to the SJHL semifinals with six goals and six assists in the 2015-16 playoffs...Played alongside fellow Soaring Eagle Patrick Schmelzinger ’20 in Nipawin. Personal Eric is a Business major. @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 31


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PARKER BUTLER ’20 GOALIE | 6’2” | 195 | LEFT | SUMMIT, NJ - CHATHAM MAROONS

Before Elmira Went 19-11-1 in 34 appearances between the pipes for the Chatham Maroons of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL) in 2015-16...Ranked sixth in the league with 19 victories and seventh with 1,082 saves...Finished with a 3.25 goals-against average and a .911 save percentage...Made 42 saves in his lone shutout of the year, a 7-0 victory over St. Marys on October 11, 2015. Personal Parker’s major is undecided.

Elmira College Men’s Ice Hockey Class of 2020 Back Row (L to R): Spencer Carter, Andrew Pucci, Timmy Thurnau, Harry Kramer, Spencer MacLean, Kevin DiMagno, Donato Cipriano, Anthony Parrucci Middle Row (L to R): Patrick Schmelzinger, Matthew Cuce, Cameron Mack, Calvin Hughson, Eric Bolden, Connor Powell, Joseph Hall, Nick Ford. Front Row: Parker Butler 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 32


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CURRY COLLEGE

HOBART COLLEGE

LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................... Milton, MA Nickname..........................................Colonels Colors...................................... Purple & White Enrollment.............................................2,728 Founded.................................................. 1879 President....................Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. Athletic Director...................... Vinne Eruzione Conference............................................... CCC Arena......................................... Max Ulin Rink Capacity.................................................1,500 Hockey SID.............................. Caitlin Roberts Email.............................. cmrobert@curry.edu Website.................... www.curryathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................ Geneva, NY Nickname...................................... Statesmen Colors..........................Royal Purple & Orange Enrollment............................................. 2,344 Founded.................................................. 1822 President...............................Mark D. Gearan Athletic Director........................... Mike Hanna Conference.................................... ECAC West Arena........................................... “The Cooler” Capacity.....................................................500 Hockey SID..................................Paige Cooke Email................................... pcooke@hws.edu Website...................... www.hwsathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................................Annville, PA Nickname.......................................Dutchmen Colors......................................... Blue & White Enrollment.............................................1,721 Founded..................................................1866 President .........................Dr. Lewis E.Thayne Athletic Director.............................Rick Beard Conference....................................ECAC West Arena................................ Hersheypark Arena Capacity ................................................7,286 Hockey SID.......................... Michael Freeman Email................................... freeman@lvc.edu Website...................... www.godutchmen.com

COACHES Head Coach..........................T.J. Manastersky Alma Mater................................Oswego State Phone.................................... (617) 333-2224 Record at Curry..................................46-49-2 Overall Record........................................Same vs. EC (at Curry)..........................................0-1 Assistant Coach................... Mike MacDonald

COACHES Head Coach........................... Mark Taylor ’85 Alma Mater.............................. Elmira College Phone....................................(315) 781-3539 Record at HC...............................250-142-38 Overall Record........................................Same vs. EC (at HC)......................................23-24-1 Assistant Coach.......................... Mark Phalon

COACHES Head Coach................................Don Parsons Alma Mater............................... UMass-Lowell Phone.................................... (717) 867-6258 Record at LVC.................................. 97-63-2* Overall Record....................................... Same vs. EC (at LVC)......................................... 0-0-0 Assistant Coaches...................... John Denver ................................................Ian Ellenberger

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record...................................9-14-2 ECAC NE/Finish............................ 5-10-1/8th Postseason................................................ n/a Leading Scorer...................... Mack Heisinger .................................................(6g, 13a, 19p) Top Goal Scorer........................Tyler Vankleef ................................................(12 g, 3a, 15p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record..................................21-5-2 ECAC W/Finish..............................12-3-0/1st Postseason....................... NCAA Quaterfinals Leading Scorer........................ Brad Robbins ...............................................(19g, 13a, 32p) Top Goal Scorer........................ Brad Robbins ...............................................(19g, 13a, 32p)

THE TEAM* 2015-16 Record...................................26-6-0 ACHA Div. 1/Finish...............................14-5-0 Postseason............ACHA Div. 1 Quarterfinals Leading Scorer.......................Bryan Hovanec ...............................................(24g, 13a, 37p) Top Goal Scorer......................Bryan Hovanec ...............................................(24g, 13a, 37p)

SERIES HISTORY Series Record......................................... 4-0-2 First Meeting.................................... 1988-89 Last Meeting.......................W, 4-1 (1/16/16) 2015-16 Series....................................EC 1-0 Saul (at EC) vs. Curry............................. 2-0-1

SERIES HISTORY Series Record.................................... 58-24-2 First Meeting.................................... 1983-84 Last Meeting........................L, 2-5 (2/20/16) 2015-16 Series....................................HC 2-1 Saul (at EC) vs. Hobart...................... 11-13-0

SERIES HISTORY* Series Record ......................................20-1-0 First Meeting ................................... 2000-01 Last Meeting.......................W, 6-3 (1/23/10) 2015-16 Series........................................DNP Saul (at EC) vs. LVC................................ 3-0-0

FRIDAY, JAN. 13, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. SKANEATELES, NEW YORK

SATURDAY, NOV. 5, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. HERSHEYPARK ARENA

FRIDAY, FEB. 17, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. “THE COOLER” 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 34

*LVC competed in ACHA Div. I from 2010-16, but was an NCAA Div. III program from 1999-2010


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MANHATTANVILLE COLLEGE

NAZARETH COLLEGE

NEUMANN UNIVERSITY

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ....................................Purchase, NY Nickname...........................................Valiants Colors................................... Crimson & White Enrollment ............................................1,802 Founded.................................................. 1841 President ........................ Dr. Michael Geisler Athletic Director...................... Keith Levinthal Conference ...................................ECAC West Arena................................Playland Ice Casino Capacity ................................................1,400 Hockey SID............................Steve Sheridann Email......................sheridan@govaliants.com Website.......................... www.govaliants.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................Pittsford, NY Nickname..................................Golden Flyers Colors........................................ Purple & Gold Enrollment............................................. 2,018 Founded.................................................. 1924 President.............................. Daan Braveman Athletic Director........................ Peter Bothner Conference.................................... ECAC West Arena....................Bill Gray’s Regional Iceplex Capacity................................................. 2,500 Hockey SID...........................................Joe Seil Email....................................... jseil2@naz.edu Website....................... www.nazathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ........................................... Aston, PA Nickname............................................ Knights Colors........................................... Navy & Gold Enrollment .............................................2,402 Founded...................................................1965 President .................. Dr. Rosalie M. Mirenda Athletic Director ........................... Chuck Sack Conference ....................................ECAC West Arena.................... IceWorks Skating Complex Capacity .................................................1,200 Hockey SID...................................... Jill Weigel Email...........................weigelj@neumann.edu Website............. www.neumannathletics.com

COACHES Head Coach.............................Arlen Marshall Alma Mater............................. Manhattanville Phone.................................... (914) 798-2761 Record at MC................................... 47-49-11 Overall Record....................................... Same vs. EC (at MC)......................................... 9-2-2 Assistant Coaches.......... Jonathan De Castro ............................................ Artem Gumenyuk

COACHES Head Coach.................................. George Roll Alma Mater.............................. Bowling Green Phone.................................... (585) 389-2119 Record at Naz.................................. 34-59-12 Overall Record............................. 283-275-61 va. EC (at Naz).........................................3-8-1 Assistant Coach........................ Eric Sorensen

COACHES Head Coach................................ Matt Tendler Alma Mater...................................... Neumann Phone.....................................(610) 361-5230 Record at Neumann..............................15-9-3 Overall Record........................................ Same vs. EC (at NU)...........................................2-0-1 Assistant Coaches........................Mike Cauley ...Kyle Mountain, Tom Peffall & Jordan Zalba

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record................................ 12-13-1 ECAC W/Finish...............................8-7-0/2nd Postseason................. ECAC West Semifinals Leading Scorer......................... Stephen Gaul ................................................. (14g, 9a, 23p) Top Goal Scorer........................ Stephen Gaul ................................................. (14g, 9a, 23p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record...................................8-14-4 ECAC W/Finish................................5-9-1/5th Postseason............. ECAC West Quarterfinals Leading Scorer....................... Dominik Gabaj ................................................. (6g, 14a, 20p) Top Goal Scorer.......................Andler/Janzen ................................................. tied at 8 goals

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record...................................15-9-3 ECAC W/Finish................................ 6-7-2/4th Postseason..................ECAC West Semifinals Leading Scorer.............................. Mike Davis ...............................................(20g, 13a, 33p) Top Goal Scorer............................. Mike Davis ............................................... (20g, 13a, 33p)

SERIES HISTORY Series Record ................................... 25-23-6 First Meeting ................................... 1999-00 Last Meeting........................ L, 2-5 (2/16/16) 2015-16 Series...................................MC 3-0 Saul (at EC) vs. MC ..............................9-12-2

SERIES HISTORY Series Record ........................................ 8-3-1 First Meeting ................................... 2012-13 Last Meeting....................W, 4-3 OT (2/6/16) 2015-16 Series ................................EC 2-1-0 Saul (at EC) vs. NAZ .............................. 8-3-1

SERIES HISTORY Series Record ....................................27-17-3 First Meeting ................................... 2001-02 Last Meeting........................L, 3-5 (1/30/16) 2015-16 Series................................ NU 2-0-1 Saul (at EC) vs. Neumann .................11-11-2

SATURDAY, NOV. 12, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. PLAYLAND ICE CASINO

SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. BILL GRAY’S REGIONAL ICEPLEX

FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. ICEWORKS SKATING COMPLEX

SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

FRIDAY FEB. 10, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

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2016-17 OPPONENTS

NICHOLS COLLEGE

OSWEGO STATE

SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY

GENERAL INFORMATION Location........................................ Dudley, MA Nickname...............................................Bison Colors.......................................Green & Black Enrollment.............................................1,267 Founded..................................................1815 President...........Dr. Susan W. Engelkemeyer Athletic Director........................... Chris Colvin Conference............................................... CCC Arena................................................ Levy Rink Capacity..................................................... n/a Hockey SID....................................Pete DiVito Email........................ pete.divito@nichols.edu Website.................www.nicholsathletics.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location....................................... Oswego, NY Nickname.............................................Lakers Colors........................................ Green & Gold Enrollment............................................. 7,104 Founded..................................................1861 President..........................Deborah F. Stanley Athletic Director.......................Susan Viscomi Conference.........................................SUNYAC Arena........................ Marano Campus Center Capacity.................................................2,500 Hockey SID............................. Michael Bielak Email.................michael.bielak@oswego.edu Website.................... www.oswegolakers.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................................Newport, RI Nickname.......................................Seahawks Colors................................ Navy Blue & White Enrollment ............................................2,158 Founded..................................................1934 President ..........................Sister Jane Gerety Athletic Director ....................Jody Mooradian Conference .............................................. CCC Arena...................Portsmouth Abbey Ice Rink Capacity ................................................2,000 Hockey SID..............................Ed Habershaw Email............................. habershe@salve.edu Website....................www.salveathletics.com

COACHES Head Coach............................Parker Burgess Alma Mater.......................... St. Thomas (MN) Phone....................................(508) 213-2305 Record at Nichols...............................17-10-0 Overall Record........................................Same vs. EC (at Nichols).................................... NDP Assistant Coaches........................ Joe Loiselle ....................................................Dan Pelletier

COACHES Head Coach......................................Ed Gosek Alma Mater................................Oswego State Phone.....................................(315) 312-4145 Record at Oswego........................ 267-79-24 Overall Record........................................Same vs. EC (at Oswego)................................ 16-6-5 Assistant Coaches.........................Mark Digby .............................. Mike Gray & Jon Whitelaw

COACHES Head Coach........................... Andy Boschetto Alma Mater......................... Suffolk University Phone....................................(401) 341-2242 Record at Salve Regina..................... 58-90-9 Overall Record....................................... Same vs. EC (at Salve)...................................... 1-1-0 Assistant Coach.......................... Bryan Kriner

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record............................... 17-10-0 ECAC NE/Finish........................... 11-5-0/2nd Postseason.....................ECAC NE Semifinals Leading Scorer.......................... Tyler Beasley ...............................................(14g, 17a, 31p) Top Goal Scorer.......................... Frank Butler ...............................................(15g, 13a, 28p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record................................14-11-2 SUNYAC/Finish................................8-7-1/4th Postseason...................... SUNYAC Semifinals Leading Scorer.......................Shawn Hulshof ...............................................(11g, 16a, 27p) Top Goal Scorer............................. Kenny Neil .................................................(17g, 8a, 28p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record................................17-11-1 ECAC NE/Finish...............................9-6-1/3rd Postseason...........................NCAA 1st Round Leading Scorer............................Peter Gintoli .................................................(7g, 15a, 22p) Top Goal Scorer.......................Pat Thompson .................................................(13g, 6a, 19p)

SERIES HISTORY Series Record......................................... 0-0-0 First Meeting.................................... 2016-17 Last Meeting.............................................. n/a 2015-16 Series......................................... n/a Saul (at EC) vs. Nichols............................. n/a

SERIES HISTORY Series Record.................................... 44-42-6 First Meeting.....................................1973-74 Last Meeting........................ T, 2-2 (1/16/15) 2015-16 Series......................................... n/a Saul (at EC) vs. Oswego.......................2-10-1

SERIES HISTORY Series Record ........................................ 1-1-0 First Meeting ................................... 2014-15 Last Meeting........................ L, 1-3 (1/15/16) 2015-16 Series............................... Salve 1-0 Saul (at EC) vs. Salve............................. 1-1-0

SATURDAY, NOV. 26, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. MARANO CAMPUS CENTER

SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SUNDAY, NOV. 27, 2016 | 3:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SATURDAY, OCT. 29, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

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STEVENSON UNIVERSITY

SUNY CORTLAND

SUNY GENESEO

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................. Owings Mills, MD Nickname........................................Mustangs Colors........................... Green, Black & White Enrollment ............................................3,700 Founded..................................................1947 President ................ Kevin J. Manning, Ph.D. Athletic Director ......................... Brett Adams Conference ...................................ECAC West Arena....................... Reisterstown Sportsplex Capacity ................................................... 500 Hockey SID........................Samantha Murray Email.......................smurray@stevenson.edu Website..............www.gomustangsports.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..................................... Cortland, NY Nickname...................................Red Dragons Colors..........................................Red & Whitle Enrollment ............................................ 6,283 Founded.................................................. 1868 President ................Erik J. Bitterbaum, Ph.D. Athletic Director ...............................Mike Urtz Conference ........................................SUNYAC Arena.......................................... Alumni Arena Capacity ................................................ 2,500 Hockey SID................................. Dan Surdam Email....................dan.surdam@cortland.edu Website..........www.cortlandreddragons.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .....................................Geneseo, NY Nickname............................................Knights Colors..........................................Blue & White Enrollment ............................................ 5,683 Founded.................................................. 1871 President ................Denise A. Battles , Ph.D. Athletic Director ...................Michael Mooney Conference ........................................SUNYAC Arena...........................Ira S. Wilson Ice Arena Capacity ................................................ 2,500 Hockey SID.............................. Tim Volkmann Email....................... volkmann@geneseo.edu Website.................www.geneseoknights.com

COACHES Head Coach......................... Dominick Dawes Alma Mater.........................................Norwich Phone................................... (443) 352-4804 Record at Stevenson.............................. 0-0-0 Overall Record...............................107-62-25 vs. EC (at Stevenson)............................. 0-0-0 Assistant Coaches.................Matt Bruneteau .......................................................Zachary Vit

COACHES Head Coach............................... Joe Cardarelli Alma Mater............................................. Siena Phone.................................... (607) 753-4990 Record at Cortland............................. 18-25-7 Overall Record........................................ Same vs. EC (at Cortland).................................0-0-0 Assistant Coaches....................... Tim Bracken .................. Chris Azzano & Michael Derecola

COACHES Head Coach................................ Chris Schultz Alma Mater..............................SUNY Geneseo Phone.................................... (585) 245-5356 Record at Geneseo........................152-98-17 Overall Record........................................ Same vs. EC (at Geneseo).................................1-8-0 Assistant Coaches........................ Kris Heeres ..........................Mitch Stephens & Len Perno

THE TEAM* 2015-16 Record....................................... n/a ECAC West/Finish..................................... n/a Postseason................................................ n/a Leading Scorer.......................................... n/a Top Goal Scorer......................................... n/a *2016-17 season is Stevenson’s first with NCAA Division III men’s ice hockey

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record..................................9-12-4 SUNYAC/Finish............................. 3-10-3/8th Postseason................................................ n/a Leading Scorer.................Darren McCormick ...............................................(13g, 16a, 29p) Top Goal Scorer................Darren McCormick ...............................................(13g, 16a, 29p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record..................................20-5-6 SUNYAC/Finish................................9-2-5/3rd Postseason.......................... NCAA Semifinals Leading Scorer......................Stephen Collins ...............................................(22g, 25a, 47p) Top Goal Scorer........................... Collins/Hills .......................................... Tied with 22 goals

SERIES HISTORY Series Record ........................... First Meeting First Meeting ................................... 2016-17 Last Meeting.............................................. n/a 2015-16 Series........................................DNP Saul (at EC) vs. Stevenson..................... 0-0-0

SERIES HISTORY Series Record .......................................39-0-0 First Meeting ....................................1975-76 Last Meeting........................W, 7-5 (1/14/14) 2015-16 Series........................................ DNP Saul (at EC) vs. Cortland.........................5-0-0

SERIES HISTORY Series Record .......................................39-9-1 First Meeting ....................................1975-76 Last Meeting..........................W, 5-1 (1/9/16) 2015-16 Series.....................................EC 1-0 Saul (at EC) vs. Geneseo........................5-1-0

FRIDAY, NOV. 4, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. REISTERSTOWN SPORTSPLEX

FRIDAY, JAN. 6, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. IRA S. WILSON ICE ARENA

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2016-17 OPPONENTS

SUNY POTSDAM

TRINITY COLLEGE

UTICA COLLEGE

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ..................................... Potsdam, NY Nickname...............................................Bears Colors.....................................Maroon & Black Enrollment ............................................ 3,614 Founded.................................................. 1816 President ........................Kristin G. Esterberg Athletic Director ...........................Jim Zalacca Conference ........................................ SUNYAC Arena..............................Maxcy Hall Ice Arena Capacity .................................................1,124 Hockey SID..................................Dan Bronson Email....................... bronsodh@potsdam.edu Website................... www.potsdambears.com

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .......................................Hartford, CT Nickname..........................................Bantams Colors............................ Navy Blue & Old Gold Enrollment .............................................2,099 Founded...................................................1823 President.......Joanne Berger-Sweeney, Ph.D. Athletic Director .................. Michael Renwick Conference......................................... NESCAC Arena.......Koeppel Community Sports Center Capacity .................................................1,350 Hockey SID............................... David Kingsley Email....................david.kingsley@trincoll.edu Website..................www.athletics.trincoll.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...........................................Utica, NY Nickname......................................... Pioneers Colors................... Navy Blue & Burnt Orange Enrollment ............................................3,084 Founded..................................................1946 President......................Dr. Laura Casamento Athletic Director .....................David Fontaine Conference ...................................ECAC West Arena................... Utica Memorial Auditorium Capacity ................................................4,000 Hockey SID...............................Gil Burgmaster Email............................... gburgma@utica.edu Website......................... www.ucpioneers.com

COACHES Head Coach.............................. Chris Bernard Alma Mater....................................... Clarkson Phone....................................(315) 267-2518 Record at Potsdam.......................... 64-99-15 Overall Record............................... 81-151-19 vs. EC (at Potsdam)................................ 0-3-0 Assistant Coach......................... Patrick Borer

COACHES Head Coach........................ Matthew Greason Alma Mater..................................... Trinity (CT) Phone..................................... (860) 297-5176 Record at Trinity................................. 91-34-7 Overall Record........................................ Same vs. EC (at Trinity)......................................... 1-0 Assistant Coaches....................Paul Davidson .................................................... Paul Kirtland

COACHES Head Coach............................... Gary Heenan Alma Mater....................................... Hamilton Phone....................................(315) 792-3726 Record at Utica............................206-146-42 Overall Record....................................... Same vs. EC (at Utica)................................. 25-15-6 Assistant Coaches................Michael Findorff ...................................................Adam Dekker

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record.................................11-11-4 ECAC NE/Finish...............................7-7-2/6th Postseason..................SUNYAC Quarterfinals Leading Scorer.................Dylan Vander Esch ............................................... (17g, 10a, 27p) Top Goal Scorer................Dylan Vander Esch ............................................... (17g, 10a, 27p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record...................................21-6-1 NESCAC/Finish............................ 14-4-0/2nd Postseason.........................NCAA First Round Leading Scorer................... Anthony Sabitsky ...............................................(12g, 17a, 29p) Top Goal Scorer.................... Ethan Holdaway .................................................(13g, 7a, 20p)

THE TEAM 2015-16 Record.................................14-10-4 ECACW/Finish.................................6-6-3/3rd Postseason......ECACW Championship Game Leading Scorer................... Anthony McVeigh .................................................(7g, 12a, 19p) Top Goal Scorer...................... Hayden Dawes ................................................. (10g, 8a, 18p)

SERIES HISTORY Series Record .......................................42-8-1 First Meeting ....................................1976-77 Last Meeting....................... W, 5-3 (12/8/15) 2015-16 Series.....................................EC 1-0 Saul (at EC) vs. Potsdam .......................3-0-0

SERIES HISTORY Series Record .........................................3-3-0 First Meeting .................................... 1996-97 Last Meeting................. L, 1-2 OT (12/12/15) 2015-16 Series..................................... TC 1-0 Saul (at EC) vs. Trinity.............................0-1-0

SERIES HISTORY Series Record ................................... 25-15-6 First Meeting ................................... 2001-02 Last Meeting......................L, 3-5 (2/24/16)* 2015-16 Series................................ UC 2-1-1 Saul (at EC) vs. Utica ...........................14-7-3

TUESDAY, NOV. 22, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. MAXCY HALL ICE ARENA

SATURDAY, DEC. 10, 2016 | 5:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER

FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 2016 | 7:00 P.M. MURRAY ATHLETIC CENTER FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 2017 | 7:00 P.M. UTICA MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM

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2015-16 SEASON IN REVIEW To say that the Elmira College men’s ice hockey team had a roller coaster ride of a year would be a bit of an understatement. The 2015-16 campaign was marked by several incredible peaks and valleys along the way, as EC finished with an 11-12-3 overall record. The talented Soaring Eagles scored some of the most impressive wins in program history during the regular season, but unfortunately the year came to an abbreviated end in an ECAC West Quarterfinal loss to Utica College. Elmira’s season opener against Neumann University at the Murray Athletic Center Ice Arena was a microcosm of its entire year. After battling back from two separate one-goal deficits earlier in the game, the Soaring Eagles looked poised to get off to a flying start against a Knights squad that was picked to finish first in the conference. EC held a 6-5 lead and had Neumann trapped in its own zone with just over one-minute remaining; however, the Knights netted an equalizing goal with 1:06 remaining to send the game to overtime, where they won it 47 seconds into the extra session. The heartbreaking loss to Neumann in the season opener snow-balled into a 0-3 start for Elmira. EC dropped a penalty-filled contest the following night against Manhattanville College, 4-1, before falling 4-3 in the team’s road opener against Utica College. Elmira began its turnaround with its first victory of the year in a 5-2 triumph at Nazareth College. Entering the third period with the score tied at 1-1, the Soaring Eagles tickled the twine four times in the final period, including a shorthanded goal from Carter Shinkaruk ’16 and a power-play tally from Brian Depp ’16. Both players carried career-best hot streaks to jumpstart a stretch in which EC went 8-2-1. Following the big third period against the Golden Flyers, EC returned to home ice for its longest homestand of the season. After dropping a 5-3 contest to then-11th ranked Hobart College, EC went on to win five consecutive contests. Elmira avenged its loss to the Statesmen in the opening game of a weekend series with a 4-3 victory. The Thanksgiving holiday weekend brought more stiff competition, as sixth-ranked Amherst College and third-ranked Babson College invaded the Murray Athletic Center for a back-to-back. The EC offense exploded for 11 goals in the two contests to score three straight victories over ranked opponents. It marked the first time since the 201011 season that Elmira had defeated three consecutive nationally-ranked opponents. The scoring continued for Elmira over the next two games, racking up 11 more goals in a 5-3 home victory over SUNY Potsdam and a 6-1 road win at Wesleyan University. Unfortunately, the winning streak came to an end in the final game of the 2015 portion of the schedule, as EC fell to eighthranked Trinity College in a 2-1 overtime loss. The momentum continued into the first weekend of the 2016 portion of the slate, as Elmira scored a hard-fought 4-3 road victory over The College at Brockport, before blowing past the No. 4/8 Knights 5-1 behind a hat-trick performance from Shinkaruk. Unfortunately, the Soaring Eagles hot streak faltered down the stretch. Elmira’s longest road swing of the season was not kind, as the team went just 1-3-2 over the next six games. Despite the struggles within conference play, the Purple and Gold still had a chance to secure a postseason home game over the next four-game homestand. The hopes took a hit in the opening game of the home stretch when Elmira fell to Nazareth, 4-2. However, EC rallied to go 2-0-1 over the final three games at the MAC. The Soaring Eagles engaged in one of the most exciting series of the season in the final regular season home weekend when they hosted Utica. In the opening game of the set, Greg Whittle ’16 sent home a late power-play goal to help the team force overtime in an Brian Depp ’16 eventual 2-2 tie. Elmira received more late-game heroics from its seniors the following night. Trailing 2-1 late, Shinkaruk equalized the game with an improbable goal from a bad angle from the left-wing corner. This time EC was able to complete the comeback in the extra session, as Depp whipped home a penalty shot game-winner in front of a raucous Senior Night crowd. 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 40


2015-16 SEASON IN REVIEW The struggles away from the Murray Athletic Center continued for EC in the final road swing of the regular season. Elmira was battered in a pair of road contests at Manhattanville and then-sixth-ranked Hobart to set up a quarterfinal matchup at Utica in the ECAC West Tournament. Although missing several key players due to injury, Elmira performed admirably against the Pioneers, maintaining a 2-1 lead in the third period. Sadly, the victory was not meant to be, as Utica wore down the shorthanded Soaring Eagles in a 5-3 final. Depp had a career season in 2015-16, posting new highs across the board with 12 goals, 12 assists, and 24 points. The Fenton, MI, native got off to a torrid start to the season with a career-best 10-game point streak. He was named to the D3hockey.com National Team of the Week and garnered ECAC West Player of the Week honors during the run. Shinkaruk enjoyed a breakout season during his final year in Purple and Gold. He led the team with 19 goals and 26 points, both marks obliterating his previous single-season career highs. He was one of the most lethal snipers in the country, posting a 0.83 goals per game mark, which was fifth-best in the nation, while his 19 goals ranked sixthmost during the regular season. He was one of four members of the graduating class to top the 75-point plateau for his career, finishing with 78 points on 49 goals and 29 assists. Tommy Sumi ’16 equaled his career high from last season with nine goals, while also adding 13 assists in a 22-point year. The assistant captain put together a pair of excellent streaks during the year, posting a six- and fivegame consecutive point runs during the season. Sumi, a Whitby, Ontario, native, graduates with 25 goal and 50 assists for 75 points in his career. EC’s final two skaters to break the 75-point plateau mark were Michael Collins ’16 and Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16. Collins concluded his EC career on solid note, posting 19 points on five goals and 14 assists. Collins finished his career with 36 goals, 54 assists, and 90 points. ten Vaanholt began the year on a bit of a cold spell, but rallied during the second half of the season to post 17 points with nine goals and eight assists. The West Vancouver, British Columbia, native finished his EC career with 38 goals, 55 assists, and 93 points. EC’s senior class was rounded out by forward Greg Whittle ’16 and defenseman Rob Simpson ’16. The 2016 season was a frustrating one for Whittle, who had a promising start derailed by an injury. Whittle finishes his EC career with 72 points on 23 goals and 49 assists. Simpson was stalwart on the back end for EC. He finished with six assists and a team-leading 39 blocks in 2015-16. The six helpers brought his career total to 20. Elmira recieved many meaningful contributions from players due to return next season. Among the returning forwards, second-year players Jeremy Marginsky ’18 and Tyler Theodoulou ’18, as well as rookies Kenny Tencza ’19 and Mitch Atkins ’19 put in productive seasons. Marginsky enjoyed a nice breakout for the Soaring Eagles in 201516, finishing seventh on the team and tops among returning players with 13 points on nine goals and four assists. Theodoulou finished the year with 10 points on six goals and four helpers, with one of his tallies coming shorthanded. First-year forwards Tencza and Atkins did not look out of place in contributing significant minutes on scoring lines for the Soaring Eagles. Tencza led the rookie class of forwards with 10 points on four goals and six helpers. Atkins netted points in back-to-back games to begin his collegiate career, tallying an assist against Neumann and a goal against Manhattanville. The Kitchener, Ontario, product went on to finish the season with nine points on one goal and eight assists. The Soaring Eagles look to be well stocked on the back end with the majority of their blue-line corps returning next season. Leading the group was Blake O’Neill ’19, who emerged as one of the team’s top puck-movers out of the back. He paced the EC defense with 13 points on two goals and 11 assists. The group also returns Eddie Nolan ’17 and Jonathan Grassie ’19, who both showed flashes of scoring punch. Nolan finished with six points on a goal and five assists, while Grassie also found the back of the net once and chipped in four helpers. Sal Magliocco ’17 will be back for his senior season after posting a .906 save percentage and a 4-6-0 record between in limited time due to injury. He split time with first-year net-minder Sandro Aeschlimann ’19, who won seven games as a rookie.

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2015-16 STATISTICS

‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Elmira                              |  Overall ‐ 26 GP  (11‐12‐ 3  .481)  | Conf Only ‐ 15 GP  ( 4‐ 9‐ 2  .333) |      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 11 Carter Shinkaruk            F SR | 24  19   7  26   3/  6   3  3  2  0 | 14   9   3  12   2/  4   1  1  1  0 | 101  49  29  78 14 Brian Depp                  F SR | 26  12  12  24   9/ 18   2  0  4  0 | 15   6   8  14   3/  6   1  0  2  0 | 102  32  34  66 16 Tommy Sumi                  F SR | 26   9  13  22   5/ 18   1  1  1  0 | 15   5   8  13   3/ 14   1  1  0  0 |  99  25  50  75  9 Michael Collins             F SR | 24   5  14  19  10/ 28   0  0  0  0 | 13   2   5   7   6/ 20   0  0  0  0 |  95  36  53  89 10 Jarryd ten Vaanholt         F SR | 24   9   8  17  10/ 20   3  0  1  1 | 13   3   3   6   7/ 14   0  0  0  1 |  97  38  55  93 18 Alexander Taulien           F JR | 16   7   7  14  16/ 43   1  0  0  0 |  8   4   1   5   8/ 16   1  0  0  0 |  65  27  23  50 19 Jeremy Marginsky            F SO | 25   9   4  13   3/  6   1  0  1  0 | 15   7   2   9   3/  6   1  0  1  0 |  52  13   8  21  4 Blake O'Neill               D FR | 23   2  11  13   5/ 10   0  0  1  0 | 12   1   4   5   3/  6   0  0  0  0 |  23   2  11  13 12 Tyler Theodoulou            F SO | 24   6   4  10  10/ 20   0  1  0  0 | 14   2   3   5   4/  8   0  1  0  0 |  43   9   6  15 27 Kenny Tencza                F FR | 18   4   6  10   3/  6   0  0  0  0 |  8   3   2   5           0  0  0  0 |  18   4   6  10 17 Mitch Atkins                F FR | 23   1   9  10   9/ 26   0  0  0  0 | 14   1   5   6   4/  8   0  0  0  0 |  23   1   9  10  7 Greg Whittle                F SR | 11   2   7   9   2/ 12   2  0  0  1 | 11   2   7   9   2/ 12   2  0  0  1 |  89  23  49  72  8 Eddie Nolan                 D JR | 24   1   5   6  11/ 41   0  0  1  0 | 15   0   2   2   8/ 35   0  0  0  0 |  75   6   9  15  3 Rob Simpson                 D SR | 26   0   6   6  10/ 31   0  0  0  0 | 15   0   3   3   6/ 23   0  0  0  0 | 100   2  20  22 24 Jonathan Grassie            D FR | 22   1   4   5   4/  8   0  0  0  0 | 13   1   3   4   3/  6   0  0  0  0 |  22   1   4   5 26 Jordan Robertson            F SR | 15   0   3   3   4/  8   0  0  0  0 | 10   0   2   2   2/  4   0  0  0  0 |  39   3   6   9 15 Marcus Astesana             F JR | 10   1   1   2   1/  2   1  0  0  0 |  4   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |  26   1   3   4  6 Nick Okada                  D SO |  7   0   2   2   1/  2   0  0  0  0 |  5   0   2   2   1/  2   0  0  0  0 |  18   0   6   6 23 Brent Lafayette             F FR | 19   0   2   2   4/  8   0  0  0  0 | 13   0   2   2   2/  4   0  0  0  0 |  19   0   2   2  2 Michael Martin              D SO | 24   0   2   2   7/ 25   0  0  0  0 | 14   0   2   2   4/ 19   0  0  0  0 |  45   1   4   5 13 Jay Clarke                  F FR |  8   0   1   1   1/  2   0  0  0  0 |  4   0   0   0   1/  2   0  0  0  0 |   8   0   1   1 30 Sal Magliocco               G JR | 12   0   1   1   1/  2   0  0  0  0 |  6   0   0   0   1/  2   0  0  0  0 |  45   0   1   1  5 Noah Anderson               D FR | 17   0   1   1   8/ 27   0  0  0  0 | 10   0   1   1   7/ 25   0  0  0  0 |  17   0   1   1  1 Charl Pretorius             G FR |  1   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |  1   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |   1   0   0   0 22 Brett Mackell               D SO | 12   0   0   0   2/  4   0  0  0  0 |  6   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |  16   0   1   1 31 Sandro Aeschlimann          G FR | 15   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 | 10   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |  15   0   0   0 21 Chris Moses                 F FR | 17   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |  9   0   0   0           0  0  0  0 |  17   0   0   0    Bench                            |                  3/  6              |                  1/  2              |  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Elmira                              | 26  88 130 218 142/379  14  5 11  2 | 15  46  68 114  81/238   7  3  4  2 |  Opponents                           | 26  85 138 223 151/350  19  1 12  1 | 15  58  97 155  86/212  16  1  9  0 |  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ ## Goaltending (Overall)            |  GP  Minutes  GA Saves Shots  Save%   GAA  Record   Win%  GS  SO  %Time   | Overall  31 Sandro Aeschlimann            FR |  15   893:56  42   511   553   .924  2.82  7‐ 5‐ 3  .567  14   0  56.4%   | +: 499:35 31.5% 30 Sal Magliocco                 JR |  12   623:19  34   326   360   .906  3.27  4‐ 6‐ 0  .400  11   0  39.3%   | ‐: 479:32 30.2%  1 Charl Pretorius               FR |   1    59:02   5    38    43   .884  5.08  0‐ 1‐ 0  .000   1   0   3.7%   | E: 606:19 38.2%    Open Net                         |  11     9:09   4           4                                       0.6%   |  Elmira                              |  26  1585:26  85   875   960   .911  3.22 11‐12‐ 3  .481  26   0 100.0%   |  Opponents                           |  26  1585:26  88   782   870   .899  3.33 12‐11‐ 3  .519  26   0 100.0%   |  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ ## Goaltending (Conference Only)    |  GP  Minutes  GA Saves Shots  Save%   GAA  Record   Win%  GS  SO  %Time   | Conference Only 31 Sandro Aeschlimann            FR |  10   588:30  31   323   354   .912  3.16  4‐ 4‐ 2  .500   9   0  64.0%   | +: 197:03 21.4% 30 Sal Magliocco                 JR |   6   265:52  20   136   156   .872  4.51  0‐ 4‐ 0  .000   5   0  28.9%   | ‐: 363:07 39.5%  1 Charl Pretorius               FR |   1    59:02   5    38    43   .884  5.08  0‐ 1‐ 0  .000   1   0   6.4%   | E: 359:45 39.1%    Open Net                         |   8     6:31   2           2                                       0.7%   |  Elmira                              |  15   919:55  58   497   555   .895  3.78  4‐ 9‐ 2  .333  15   0 100.0%   |  Opponents                           |  15   919:55  46   482   528   .913  3.00  9‐ 4‐ 2  .667  15   0 100.0%   |  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ ## Goaltending (Career)             |  GP  Minutes  GA Saves Shots  Save%   GAA  Record   Win%  GS  SO          |  30 Sal Magliocco                 JR |  45  2443:36 133  1339  1472   .910  3.27 22‐17‐ 2  .561  42   1          |  31 Sandro Aeschlimann            FR |  15   893:56  42   511   553   .924  2.82  7‐ 5‐ 3  .567  14   0          |   1 Charl Pretorius               FR |   1    59:02   5    38    43   .884  5.08  0‐ 1‐ 0  .000   1   0          |  ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Special Teams (Overall|Conference)  |  Power Play  Penalty Kill   Combined   PPC/G |  Power Play  Penalty Kill   Combined   PPC/G Elmira                              |  14/115 .122  85/104 .817  99/219 .452   4.4 |   7/ 67 .104  45/ 61 .738  52/128 .406   4.5 Opponents                           |  19/104 .183 101/115 .878 120/219 .548   4.0 |  16/ 61 .262  60/ 67 .896  76/128 .594   4.1 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Scoring/Shots (Overall|Conference)  | 1st 2nd 3rd OT  TOT | 1st  2nd  3rd  OT  SOG | 1st 2nd 3rd OT  TOT | 1st  2nd  3rd  OT  SOG Elmira                              |  21  34  31  2   88 | 240  310  299  21  870 |  11  16  17  2   46 | 137  191  185  15  528 Opponents                           |  19  34  29  3   85 | 307  344  296  13  960 |  12  26  18  2   58 | 185  191  169  10  555 Difference                          |  +2  +0  +2 ‐1   +3 | ‐67  ‐34   +3  +8  ‐90 |  ‐1 ‐10  ‐1 +0  ‐12 | ‐48   +0  +16  +5  ‐27 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ 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 Elmira                              |   3.38   5.00   8.38  33.5   5.5  14.6   0.5 |   3.07   4.53   7.60  35.2   5.4  15.9   0.5 Opponents                           |   3.27   5.31   8.58  36.9   5.8  13.5   0.7 |   3.87   6.47  10.33  37.0   5.7  14.1   1.1 Difference                          |  +0.12  ‐0.31  ‐0.19  ‐3.5  ‐0.3  +1.1  ‐0.2 |  ‐0.80  ‐1.93  ‐2.73  ‐1.8  ‐0.3  +1.7  ‐0.6 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐|‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Situational Records                 |    H:12  7‐ 4‐ 1 A:12  3‐ 7‐ 2 N: 2  1‐ 1‐ 0 |    H: 8  3‐ 4‐ 1 A: 7  1‐ 5‐ 1 N: 0  0‐ 0‐ 0 (Overall|Conference)                | E1 +:10  6‐ 4‐ 0 ‐:10  2‐ 6‐ 2 E: 6  3‐ 2‐ 1 | E1 +: 4  1‐ 3‐ 0 ‐: 6  1‐ 4‐ 1 E: 5  2‐ 2‐ 1                                     | E2 +:10  6‐ 3‐ 1 ‐:10  2‐ 6‐ 2 E: 6  3‐ 3‐ 0 | E2 +: 3  1‐ 2‐ 0 ‐: 8  1‐ 5‐ 2 E: 4  2‐ 2‐ 0                                     | Margin   1: 8  4‐ 4  2: 7  2‐ 5  3+: 8  5‐ 3 | Margin   1: 6  3‐ 3  2: 3  0‐ 3  3+: 4  1‐ 3                                     | First Goal       +:15  9‐ 6‐ 0 ‐:11  2‐ 6‐ 3 | First Goal       +: 7  2‐ 5‐ 0 ‐: 8  2‐ 4‐ 2 ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐

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2015-16 ECAC WEST STATISTICS POINT SCORING 1 2 3 4 7 9

PLAYER Mike Davis Brad Robbins Mac Olson Ben Gamache Carter Shinkaruk Shayne Morrissey Brian Depp Bobby Sokol Stephen Gaul Nick Bingaman

GOAL SCORING 1 2 4 5 6 7 9

PLAYER Mike Davis Carter Shinkaruk Brad Robbins Stephen Gaul Mac Olson Brian Depp Tyler Wolf Hayden Dawes Jarryd ten Vaanholt Jeremy Marginsky Tommy Sumi

ASSIST SCORING 1 2 3 4 5 9

PLAYER Ben Gamache Shayne Morrissey Bobby Sokol Nick Bingaman Michael Collins Dominik Gabaj Steve Low Mac Olson Jory Mullin Tommy Sumi Mike Davis Brad Robbins

POWER PLAY POINTS 1 2 6 8

PLAYER Dominik Gabaj Nolan Marshall Shayne Morrissey Stephen Gaul Mike Davis Jon Low Steve Low John Power Nick Bingaman Carl Belizario

TEAM NU HC HC HC EC NU EC HC MC HC

GP 27 28 28 23 24 25 26 28 26 26

PPG G-A-P 1.22 20-13-33 1.14 19-13-32 0.96 13-14-27 1.13 7-19-26 1.08 19- 7-26 1.04 8-18-26 0.92 12-12-24 0.86 8-16-24 0.88 14- 9-23 0.88 8-15-23

TEAM NU EC HC MC HC EC HC UC EC EC EC

GP 27 24 28 26 28 26 25 27 24 25 26

GPG 0.74 0.79 0.68 0.54 0.46 0.46 0.40 0.37 0.38 0.36 0.35

G 20 19 19 14 13 12 10 10 9 9 9

TEAM HC NU HC HC EC NAZ NU HC NU EC NU HC

GP 23 25 28 26 24 26 27 28 25 26 27 28

APG 0.83 0.72 0.57 0.58 0.58 0.54 0.52 0.50 0.52 0.50 0.48 0.46

A 19 18 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13

TEAM GP PPG G-A-P NAZ 26 0.38 3-7-10 MC 25 0.36 4-5-9 NU 25 0.36 3-6-9 MC 26 0.35 3-6-9 NU 27 0.33 6-3-9 NU 27 0.30 3-5-8 NU 27 0.30 1-7-8 NAZ 26 0.27 4-3-7 HC 26 0.27 3-4-7 HC 28 0.25 4-3-7

POWER PLAY GOALS 1 2 8

PLAYER Mike Davis Justin Derlago Charlie Ryde Nolan Marshall John Power Brandon Gagne Carl Belizario Jarryd ten Vaanholt Carter Shinkaruk 10 others tied at...

DEFENSEMAN SCORING 1 2 4 6 7 8

PLAYER Steve Low Jake Davidson Carl Belizario Blake O’Neill Scott Dawson Brett Szajner Tanner Shaw Tanner Hicks J.R. Wojciechowski Doug Rose Thimmy Garbenius Casey Rogers Mitch Beyer Vinny Stefan

FRESHMAN SCORING 1 2 3 4 6 7 10

PLAYER Hayden Dawes Cory Anderson Eric Berglund Matt Lippa Alex Roberts Blake O’Neill Cam Shaheen Jeff Beck Tanner Shaw Kenny Tencza Mitch Atkins J.R. Wojciechowski Brad Pizzey

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TEAM GP GPG NU 27 0.22 UC 12 0.33 MC 23 0.17 MC 25 0.16 NAZ 26 0.15 NU 27 0.15 HC 28 0.14 EC 24 0.12 EC 24 0.12 -- -- --

G 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

TEAM GP PPG G-A-P NU 27 0.59 2-14-16 NU 27 0.52 2-12-14 HC 28 0.50 4-10-14 EC 23 0.57 2-11-13 NAZ 26 0.50 4-9-13 UC 28 0.43 2-10-12 HC 27 0.41 5-6-11 MC 22 0.45 0-10-10 NAZ 24 0.42 4-6-10 NU 25 0.40 3-7-10 MC 26 0.38 3-7-10 NU 26 0.38 2-8-10 HC 27 0.37 4-6-10 UC 28 0.36 1-9-10 TEAM GP PPG G-A-P UC 27 0.67 10-8-18 MC 23 0.74 7-10-17 MC 23 0.7 4-12-16 MC 24 0.58 8-6-14 UC 27 0.52 5-9-14 EC 23 0.57 2-11-13 HC 19 0.58 4-7-11 MC 23 0.48 7-4-11 HC 27 0.41 5-6-11 EC 18 0.56 4-6-10 EC 23 0.43 1-9-10 NAZ 24 0.42 4-6-10 NAZ 25 0.40 3-7-10


2015-16 ECAC WEST REVIEW 2015-16 FINAL REGULAR SEASON ECAC WEST STANDINGS CONFERENCE ONLY

OVERALL

# Team

GP

W-L-T

%

GF

GA

# Team

GP

1 Hobart

15

12-3-0

0.800

68

32

1 Hobart

2 Manhattanville

15

8-7-0

0.533

49

58

2 Manhattanville

3 Utica

15

6-6-3

0.500

42

44

4 Neumann

15

6-7-2

0.467

44

5 Nazareth

15

5-9-1

0.367

6 Elmira

15

4-9-2

0.333

2015-16 ECAC WEST TOURNAMENT RESULTS First Round #3 Utica def. #6 Elmira, 5-3 #4 Neumann def. #5 Nazareth, 2-1

W-L-T

%

GF

GA

28

21-5-2

0.786

111

52

26

12-13-1

0.481

86

94

3 Utica

28

14-10-4

0.571

77

71

49

4 Neumann

27

15-9-3

0.611

92

75

43

51

5 Nazareth

26

8-14-4

0.385

71

85

46

58

6 Elmira

26

11-12-3

0.481

88

85

2015-16 ECAC WEST WEEKLY HONORS DATE

PLAYER

GOALIE

ROOKIE

Nov. 2

Teagan Waugh, MC

Matt Gibney, NU

Cory Anderson, MC

Nov. 9

Mike Davis, NU

Lino Chimienti, HC

Michael Fredrick, UC

Nov. 16

Mac Olsen, HC

Lino Chimienti, HC

Sandro Aeschlimann, EC

Ed Zdolshek, NAZ

Jeff Beck, MC

Matt Gibney, NU

Michael Fredrick, UC

Lino Chimienti, HC

Brandon Bistodeau, HC

Nov. 23 Dominik Gabaj, NAZ Semifinals Nov. 30 Mike Davis, NU #1 Hobart def. #4 Neumann, 3-0 #3 Utica def. #2 Manhattanville, 4-3 (OT) Dec. 7 Matt Lippa, MC

Championship #1 Hobart def. #3 Utica, 5-0 2016-17 ECAC West Tournament Dates First Round - February 24, 2017 Semifinals - February 27, 2017 Championship - March 5, 2017

Jan. 4

Brian Depp, EC

Lino Chimienti, HC

Sandro Aeschlimann, EC

Jan. 11

John Power, NAZ

Tyler LeFebvre, NU

Hayden Dawes, UC

Jan. 19

Carter Shinkaruk, EC

Sal Magliocco, EC

Mitch Wiebe, NU

Jan. 26

Brad Robbins, HC

Frank Oplinger, HC

Alex Roberts, UC

Feb. 1

Ben Gamache, HC

Frank Oplinger, HC

J.R. Wojciechowski, NAZ

Feb. 8

Scott Andler, NAZ

Michael Fredrick, UC

Shawn Lynch, UC

Feb. 15

Carl Belizario, HC

Sandro Aeschlimann, EC Casper Dyrssen, MC

Feb. 22

Stephen Gaul, MC

Mitch Wiebe, NU

Jonas Toupal, HC

2015-16 ECAC WEST AWARDS & ALL-STAR TEAMS Player of the Year: Mac Olson, Hobart Rookie of the Year: Hayden Dawes, Utica Defensive Player of the Year: Ben Gamache, Hobart Coach of the Year: Mark Taylor, Hobart FIRST TEAM F - Mike Davis, NU F - Brad Robbins, HC F - Mac Olson, HC D - Scott Dawson, NAZ D - Carl Belizario, HC G - Lino Chimienti, HC

SECOND TEAM F - Carter Shinkaruk ’16, EC F - Stephen Gaul, MC F - Brian Depp ’16, EC D - Jon Neal, HC D - Anthony Ragone, MC G - Michael Fredrick, UC

HONORABLE MENTION F - Ben Gamache, HC F - Nolan Marshall, MC F - Scott Andler, NAZ D - Jake Davidson, NU D - Steve Low, NU G - Ec Zdolshek, NAZ

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ALL-ROOKIE F - Hayden Dawes, UC F - Cory Anderson, MC F - Matt Lippa, MC D - Tanner Shaw, HC D - J.R. Wojciechowski, NAZ G - Michael Fredrick, UC


2015-16 BY THE NUMBERS 2015-16 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS 11-12-3 OVERALL RECORD Date

Opponent

Result

11/6/2015

Neumann*

L, 6-7 (OT)

11/7/2015

Manhattanville*

L, 1-4

11/13/2015

at Utica*

L, 3-4

11/14/2015

at Nazareth*

W, 5-2

11/20/2015

#11 Hobart*

L, 3-5

11/21/2015

#11 Hobart*

W, 4-3

11/28/2015

#6 Amherst

W, 6-3

11/29/2015

#3 Babson

W, 5-3

12/8/2015

SUNY Potsdam

W, 5-3

12/11/2015

at Wesleyan

W, 6-1

12/12/2015

at #8 Trinity

L, 1-2 (OT)

1/8/2016

at SUNY Brockport

W, 4-3

1/9/2016

#4/8 SUNY Geneseo

W, 5-1

1/12/2016

at Buffalo State

T, 2-2 (OT)

1/15/2016

vs. Salve Regina

L, 1-3

1/16/2016

vs. Curry

W, 4-1

1/22/2016

at Manhattanville*

L, 4-5 (OT)

1/29/2016

at Neumann*

T, 2-2 (OT)

1/30/2016

at Neumann*

L, 3-5

2/5/2016

Nazareth*

L, 2-4

2/6/2016

Nazareth*

W, 4-3 (OT)

2/12/2016

Utica*

T, 2-2 (OT)

2/13/2016

Utica*

W, 3-2 (OT)

2/16/2016

at Manhattanville*

L, 2-5

2/20/2016

at #5/6 Hobart*

L, 2-5

2/24/2016

at Utica

L, 3-5

RECORDS ECACW NON-CONF. OVERALL Overall ............4-9-2....................7-3-1................. 11-12-3 Home...............3-4-1....................4-0-0................... 7-4-1 Away................1-5-1....................2-2-1................... 3-7-2 Neutral............0-0-0....................1-1-0................... 1-1-0 GF-GA ECACW NON-CONF. OVERALL Overall ........... 46-58................... 42-27...................88-85 Home.............. 25-30................... 21-10...................46-40 Away............... 21-28................... 16-13................... 37-41 Neutral............. 0-0....................... 5-4....................... 5-4

TEAM SUPERLATIVES

GAME HIGHS Goals Scored......................................... 6 (3x), last 12/11/15 at Wesleyan Fewest Goals Scored...................... 1 (3x), last 1/15/16 vs. Salve Regina Most Goals Allowed..............................................7, 11/6/15 vs. Neumann Fewest Goals Allowed................................... 1 (3x), last 1/16/16 vs. Curry Most Shots on Goal....................................................51, 1/16/16 vs. Curry Fewest Shots on Goal.................................17, 2/16/16 at Manhattanville Most Shots on Goal Allowed.......................................56, 2/12/16 at Utica Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed................................... 26, 2/13/16 at Utica Most Power Play Goals Scored....... 2 (2x), last 1/9/16 vs. SUNY Geneseo Most Power Play Goals Allowed...............................3, 2/6/16 vs. Nazareth Most Short-Handed Goals Scored......................2, 12/11/15 at Wesleyan Most Short-Handed Goals Allowed...........................1, 11/13/15 vs. Utica Most Penalty Minutes............................... 52, 11/7/15 vs. Manhattanville Fewest Penalty Minutes...................................4, 2x last 2/13/16 vs. Utica Most Penalty Minutes (Opponent)............ 48, 11/7/15 at Manhattanville Fewest Penalty Minutes (Opponent)........................4, 2/6/16 at Nazareth Longest Winning Streak................................ 3, 2x last 2/16/16 - 2/24/16 PERIOD HIGHS Goals Scored................................... 4 (2x), last 1/9/16 vs. SUNY Geneseo Most Goals Allowed....................................................... 4, 2/24/16 at Utica Most Shots on Goal..................................................20, 2/20/16 at Hobart Fewest Shots on Goal.................... 5 (3x), last 2/16/16 at Manhattanville Most Shots on Goal Allowed..............................23, 11/6/15 vs. Neumann Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed............................. 4, 1/29/16 at Neumann

INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES

SEASON HIGHS Goals...................................................................... 19, Carter Shinkaruk ’16 Assists....................................................................... 14, Michael Collins ’16 Points..................................................................... 26, Carter Shinkaruk ’16 Penalty Minutes.................................................... 43, Alexander Taulien ’17 Wins................................................................... 7, Sandro Aeschlimann ’19 Game-Winning Goals........................................................ 4, Brian Depp ’16 Power-Play Goals..................................................... 3, Carter Shinkaruk ’16 Shorthanded Goals................................................. 3, Carter Shinkaruk ’16 INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Goals........................ 3, Carter Shinkaruk ’16 vs. SUNY Geneseo, 1/9/16 Assists...................................2, Brian Depp ’16 (2x), Greg Whittle ’16 (2x), .............Michael Collins ’16 (4x), Alexander Taulien ’17, Tommy Sumi ’16 & Blake O’Neill ’19 Points.......3, Carter Shinkaruk ’16 (3x), Tommy Sumi ’16 (2x), Brian Depp ’16 Saves............................... 54, Sandro Aeschlimann ’19 vs. Utica, 2/12/16 ELMIRA’S RECORD WHEN... Scoring First............................................................................................9-6-0 Opposition Scored First.........................................................................2-6-3 Leading after first period.......................................................................6-4-0 Trailing after the first period..................................................................2-6-2 Tied after the first period.......................................................................3-2-1 Leading after the second period...........................................................6-3-1 Trailing after the second period............................................................2-6-2 Tied after the second period.................................................................3-3-0

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PROGRAM RECORDS & HISTORY

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS SEASON-BY-SEASON RECORDS

SAUL 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14#* 2012-13 2011-12#x 2010-11*#x 2009-10#x

W L T GF GA

11 12 3 88 85 12 12 3 89 87 16 10 1 109 88 10 16 0 88 128 15 9 3 97 80 17 7 4 108 70 19 9 1 108 67

CEGLARSKI 2008-09x 2007-08#xc 2006-07 2005-06*xc 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03*x 2001-02

16 8 3 112 63 20 4 5 112 56 13 10 4 96 86 18 9 2 98 73 11 12 3 119 97 11 12 2 117 98 18 8 2 154 104 18 9 0 145 77

THOMARIS 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97*x 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94x 1992-93*xc 1991-92x 1990-91*xc 1989-90*x 1988-89 1987-88*xc+

16 10 0 138 98 21 6 0 141 71 16 8 2 152 92 14 11 0 105 89 15 9 5 127 112 13 13 0 116 120 9 13 4 128 148 21 6 2 206 105 26 7 0 183 110 21 10 0 204 128 27 6 0 237 96 24 8 1 205 120 19 10 0 167 117 27 6 0 195 95

McCUTCHEON 1986-87 1985-86x 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

15 9 0 118 67 25 6 0 183 78 19 8 0 146 69 17 8 1 127 77 14 12 0 146 104 12 17 0 122 152

SMITH 1980-81 1979-80^xc+ 1978-79^ 1977-78*xc 1976-77 1975-76

20 10 0 161 110 25 6 2 236 102 26 5 0 244 85 26 6 0 235 102 22 3 0 180 67 10 20 1 134 161

KEITH 1974-75 1973-74&

12 7 2 119 82 15 6 0 141 65

NCAA 737 387 56 6,095 4,016 ALL-TIME 752 393 56 6,236 4,081

AARON SAUL ’98 2009-16 (7 seasons) PCT. G W L T .566 190 100 75 15

TIM CERGLARSKI 2001-09 (8 seasons) PCT. G W L T .622 218 125 72 21

GLENN THOMARIS 1987-01 (14 seasons) PCT. G W L T .680 406 269 123 14

BRIAN MCCUTCHEON 1981-87 (6 seasons) PCT. G W L T .629 163 102 60 1

FORBES KEITH 1973-75 (2 seasons) PCT. GP W L T .667 42 27 13 2

BARRY SMITH 1975-81 (6 seasons) PCT. G W L T .717 182 129 50 3

& - FLCHL Club Season x - NCAA Tournament Appearance ^ - NYCHA Champions c - NCAA Semifinal Appearance # - ECAC West Regular Season Champions + - NCAA Finals Appearance * - ECAC West Tournament Champions

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ALL-TIME TEAM CAPTAINS 2016-17 2016-17 2015-16 2015-16 2015-16 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2014-15 2013-14 2013-14 2013-14 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2003-04 2003-04 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01

Michael Martin ’18 (C) Eddie Nolan ’17 (C) Brian Depp ’16 (C) Rob Simpson ’16 (A) Tommy Sumi (A) Eric David ’15 (C) Josh Burnell ’15 (C) Brian Depp ’16 (A) Andrew Ciampichini (A) Eric David ’15 (C) Josh Burnell ’15 (C) Liam Burtt ’16 (A) Jay Kenney ’15 (A) Tyler Campbell (C) Mark Morikawa ’13 (A) Eric David ’15 (A) Kevin Willer ’12 (C) Martin Lee ’12 (A) Brendan Sanders ’12 (A) Michael Kirby ’12 (A) Rick Schrank ’11 (C) Kevin Willer ’12 (A) Martin Lee ’12 (A) Scott Gamble ’10 (A) Rusty Masters ’10 (C) Rick Schrank ’11 (A) Casey Tuttle ’10 (A) Kyle Branson ’09 (C) Rusty Masters ’10 (A) Albert Mitchell ’09 (A) Michael Richard ’08 (C) Nicolas Dumoulin ’08 (A) Kyle Branson ’09 (A) Darcy Pettie ’07 (C) Derek Ryan ’09 (A) Michael Richard ’08 (A) Brandon Rose ’06 (C) Ashton McLean ’06 (A) Randy Campolini ’06 (A) Darcy Pettie ’07 (A) Chris Mann ’05 (C) Jarrett Konkle ’05 (A) Brandon Rose ’06 (A) Jarrett Konkle ’05 (A) Chris Mann ’05 (C) Mike Clarke ’03 (C) Jason Silverthorn ’03 (A) Chris Mann ’05 (A) Steve Kaye ’02 (C) Geoff O’ Leary ’02 (A) Eddie Caissie ’02 (A) Steve Kaye ’02 (C) Eddie Caissie ’02 (A) Mike Hulbig ’01 (A)

1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1997-98 1997-98 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1995-96 1995-96 1994-95 1994-95 1993-94 1993-94 1992-93 1992-93 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 1989-90 1989-90 1988-89 1988-89 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1978-79 1978-79 1978-79

Adrian Saul ’00 (C) David O’ Hearn ’00 (A) Robert Siewert ’01 (A) Adrian Saul ’00 (C) Mark Biesenthal ’99 (A) David O’ Hearn ’00 (A) Aaron Saul ’98 (C) Larry Werchadlo ’99 (C) Dave Evans ’97 (C) Petr Vasicko ’97 (A) Aaron Saul ’98 (A) Jeremy Baker ’96 (C) Brad Shaver ’96 (C) Kyle Kirkpatrick ’95 (C) Randy Murphy ’95 (C) Peter Feola ’94 (C) Peter Romeo ’94 (C) Gord Law ’93 (C) Chris Wayland ’93 (C) Joe Spinelli ’92 (A) Tom Moses ’92 (C) Matt Weir ’92 (A) Jules Jardine ’91 (C) Sean Cowan ’91 (C) Scott Doherty ’91 (C) Mike Haviland ’90 (C) Jules Jardine ’91 (C) Dan Williams ’89 (C) Jamie Hopwood ’89 (C) Pat Carli ’88 (C) Tom Morrissey ’88 (C) Mike Holmes ’87 (C) Mark Nolan ’87 (C) Dan Williams ’89 (C) Gene Reilly ’86 (C) Mike Holmes ’87 (C) Sean Mangan ’86 (C) Mark Taylor ’85 (C) Barry Nestor ’85 (C) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (C) Pete Greer ’84 (C) Paul Milan ’83 (C) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (C) George King ’82 (C) Paul Milan ’83 (C) Doug Bowen ’81 (C) Chuck Blomquist ’81 (C) Scott Brown ’81 (C) John Kenney ’80 (C) Tom Dwyer ’80 (A) Jay Boudreau ’80 (A) John Kenney ’80 (C) Tom Dwyer ’80 (A) Jay Boudreau ’80 (A)

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1977-78 1977-78 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1974-75 1974-75 1973-74 1973-74

Ron Bisplinghoff ’78 (C) Pat Kennedy ’78 (C) Dave Smith ’77 (C) Colin Coyle ’77 (C) Dave Smith ’77 (C) Colin Coyle ’77 (C) Art Collins ’78 (C) Mike Roche ’76 (C) Colin Coyle ’77 (C) Dave Smith ’77 (C) Mike Roche ’76 (C) Colin Coyle ’77 (C)


ALL-TIME TEAM AWARD WINNERS YEAR 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

BOOSTER MVP ROOKIE Brian Depp ’16 Carter Shinkaruk ’16 Blake O’Neill ’19 Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 Eric David ’15 Jeremy Marginsky ’18 Jesper Strale ’14 Josh Burnell ’15 Sal Magliocco ’17 Michael Collins ’16 Josh Burnell ’15 Greg Whittle ’16 Martin Lee ’12 Kevin Willer ’12 Eric David ’15 Darren MacDonald ’13 Kevin Willer ’12 Jesper Strale ’14 Casey Tuttle ’10 Rusty Masters ’10 Mark Morikawa ’13 Kyle Branson ’09 Rusty Masters ’10 Brendan Sanders ’12 Casey Tuttle ’10 Mike Richard ’08 Rick Schrank ’11 Darcy Pettie ’07 Mike Richard ’08 Rusty Masters ’10 Justin Joy ’07 Greg Fargo ’06 Nic Dumoulin ’09 Craig Macdonald ’05 Jarrett Konkle ’05 Michael Richard ’08 Pierre Rivard ’04 Lawne Snyder ’04 Darcy Pettie ’07 Dean Jackson ’03 Mike Clarke ’03 Greg Fargo ’06 Steve Kaye ’02 Rob Ligas ’02 Chris Mann ’05 Eddie Cassie ’02 Steve Kaye ’02 Pierre Rivard ’04 Adrian Saul ’00 Rob Ligas ’02 Dean Jackson ’03 Adrian Saul ’00 Steve Bidus ’99 Steve Kaye ’02 Mark Biesenthal ’99 Aaron Saul ’98 Mike Hulbig ’01 Petr Vasicko ’97 Dave Evans ’97 Andrei Krivokrasov ’00 Brad Shaver ’96 Petr Vasicko ’97 Mark Biesenthal ’99 Randy Murphy ’95 Randy Murphy ’95 Aaron Saul ’98 Pete Feola ’94 Dave Laudato ’94 Petr Vasicko ’97 Dave Laudato ’94 Dave Laudato ’94 Dave Perrotta ’96 Bernie Cassell ’92 Bernie Cassell ’92 Randy Murphy ’95 Joe Spinelli ’92 Joe Spinelli ’92 Peter Romeo ’94 Joe Spinelli ’92 Mike Haviland ’90 Chris Wayland ’93 Scott Marinaro ’89 Scott Marinaro ’89 Bob Holmes ’92 Tony Mongillo ’88 Tony Mongillo ’88 Scott Doherty ’91 Mike Holmes ’87 Tom Morrisey ’87 Coaches: Mike Zaranek ’89 Bill Burtch ’87 Bill Burtch ’87 Unsung: Larry Holdsworth ’86 Mark Taylor ’85 Mark Taylor ’85 Unsung: Sean Mangan ’86 Kurt Kalweit ’84 Kurt Kalweit ’84 Paul Milan ’83 Unsung: John Daley ’84 No Data Available George King ’82 Dave Trevor ’81 Unsung: Dan Archambeault ’81 Glen Lombardi ’80 John Kenney ’80 Unsung: Mike Brigante ’80 Jeff Cristina ’80 Jeff Cristina ’80

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COACHES-MIP Coaches: Tommy Sumi ’16 Coaches: Andrew Ciampichini ’15 Coaches: Dylan Herold ’14 Coaches: Tyler Campbell ’13 Coaches: Brendan Sanders ’12 Coaches: Rick Schrank ’11 Coaches: Mike Kirby ’12 Coaches: Albert Mitchell ’09 Coaches: Russell Smith ’08 Coaches: Nick Kiella ’07 Coaches: Brandon Rose ’06 Coaches: Rick D’Elia ’06 Coaches: James Ulcar ’04 Coaches: Josh Piro ’03 Coaches: Nick Edling ’02 Coaches: Mike Hulbig ’01 Coaches: Shawn Lindsay ’00 Coaches: Adrian Saul ’00 Coaches: Jim Dineen ’98 Coaches: Chris Yockey ’98 Coaches: Jeremy Baker ’96 Coaches: Al Meola ’96 Coaches: Pete Feola ’94 Coaches: Chris Wayland ’93 Coaches: Gord Law ’93 Coaches: Bob Holmes ’92 Coaches: Scott Doherty ’91 Coaches: Steve Picard ’89 MIP: Tony Mongillo ’88 MIP: George Swarbrick ’88 MIP: Bill Burtch ’87 MIP: Sean Mangan ’86 MIP: Tim Kenney ’83 MIP: George King ’82


SEASON SCORING LEADERS YEAR GOALS 2015-16 Carter Shinkaruk ’16 (19) 2014-15 Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 (12) Alexander Taulien ’17 (12) 2013-14 Josh Burnell ’15 (15) 2012-13 Carter Shinkaruk ’16 (9) 2011-12 Brendan Sanders ’12 (13) 2010-11 Kevin Willer ’12 (17) 2009-10 Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (20) 2008-09 Rusty Masters ’10 (14) 2007-08 Rusty Masters ’10 (22) 2006-07 Stefan Schoen ’09 (13) 2005-06 Michael Richard ’08 (16) 2004-05 Jarrett Konkle ’05 (21) 2003-04 Jarrett Konkle ’05 (17) 2002-03 Dean Jackson ’03 (23) 2001-02 Pierre Rivard ’04 (14) 2000-01 Eddie Caissie ’02 (18) 1999-00 Kris Carlson ’03 (13) 1998-99 Mark Biesenthal ’99 (20) 1997-98 Mark Biesenthal ’99 (23) 1996-97 Dave Evans ’97 (20) Andrei Krivokrasov ’00 (20) 1995-96 Jeremy Baker ’96 (22) 1994-95 Randy Murphy ’95 (19) 1993-94 Randy Murphy 95 (29) 1992-93 Bob McGee ’93 (19) 1991-92 Bernie Cassell ’92 (43) 1990-91 Joe Spinelli ’92 (40) 1989-90 Mike Haviland ’90 (39) 1988-89 Scott Marinaro ’90 (35) 1987-88 Hank Banas ’88 (30) 1986-87 Mike Holmes ’87 (17) Mike Zaranek ’89 (17) 1985-86 Hank Banas ’88 (24) 1984-85 Mike Holmes ’87 (21) 1983-84 Kurt Kalweit ’84 (24) 1982-83 Kurt Kalweit ’84 (39) 1981-82 Kurt Kalweit ’84 (21) 1980-81 Dave Trevor ’81 (18) 1979-80 Jeff Cristina ’80 (35) 1978-79 Rich Bopray ’82 (37) 1977-78 Jeff Cristina ’80 (34) 1976-77 Dave Smith ’77 (26) 1975-76 Dave Smith ’77 (16) 1974-75 Ron Dellifranci ’75 (12)

ASSISTS Michael Collins ’16 (14) Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 (23)

POINTS Carter Shinkaruk ’16 (26) Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 (35)

Jesper Strale ’14 (20) Josh Burnell ’15 (16) Kevin Willer ’12 (21) Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (21) Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (19) Rusty Masters ’10 (21) Karl Linden ’09 (22) Michael Richard ’08 (33) Michael Richard ’08 (24) Justin Joy ’07 (19) Jarrett Konkle ’05 (20) Pierre Rivard ’04 (26) Pierre Rivard ’04 (30) Pierre Rivard ’04 (22) Mike Clarke ’03 (23) Jeff Angelidis ’00 (28) Adrian Saul ’00 (31) Andrei Krivokrasov ’00 (23) Dave Evans ’97 (34)

Josh Burnell ’15 (34) Josh Burnell ’15 (24) Kevin Willer ’12 (33)

Petr Vasicko ’97 (26) Paul Matheson ’96 (26) Randy Murphy ’95 (21) Randy Murphy ’95 (35) Peter Feola ’94 (26) Joe Spinelli ’92 (51) Joe Spinelli ’92 (48) Jules Jardine ’91 (44) Mike Haviland ’90 (28) Dan Williams ’84 (30) Mike Holmes ’87 (20) Mike Zaranek ’89 (20) Sean Mangan ’86 (34) Sean Mangan ’86 (26) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (25) Hap Grabeldinger ’83 (45) George King ’82 (23) Dave Trevor ’81 (24) Jeff Cristina ’80 (31) Rich Bopray ’82 (43) Jeff Cristina ’80 (39) Dave Smith ’77 (28) Dave Smith ’77 (23) Mike Roche ’76 (23) Scott Loughery ’75 (23)

Petr Vasicko ’97 (45)

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Kevin Willer ’12 (35) Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 (40) Jan Velich ’09 (30) Michael Richard ’08 (43) Michael Richard ’08 (33) Justin Joy ’07 (33) Jarrett Konkle ’05 (41) Pierre Rivard ’04 (41) Pierre Rivard ’04 (44) Pierre Rivard ’04 (36) Michael Hulbig ’01 (36) Jeff Angelidis ’00 (37) Adrian Saul ’00 (47) Mark Biesenthal ’99 (39) Dave Evans ’97 (54)

Randy Murphy ’95 (40) Randy Murphy ’95 (64) Bob McGee ’93 (43) Joe Spinelli ’92 (75) Joe Spinelli ’92 (88) Mike Haviland ’90 (71) Scott Marinaro’90 (57) Hank Banas ’88 (50) Mike Holmes ’87 (37) Mike Zaranek ’89 (37) Mike Holmes ’87 (47) Mike Holmes ’87(40) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (49) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (65) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (38) Dave Trevor ’81 (42) Jeff Cristina ’80 (66) Rich Bopray ’82 (80) Jeff Cristina ’80 (73) Dave Smith ’77 (54) Dave Smith ’77 (39) Scott Loughery ’75 (30)


100-POINT CLUB

Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 Elmira’s Most Recent 100-Point Club Member

Rusty Masters ’10 ‘07 - ‘08 & ‘08 - ‘09 Leading Goal Scorer

PLAYER Joe Spinelli ’92 Jeff Cristina ’80 Bob Holmes ’92 Bernie Cassell ’92 Kurt Kalweit ’84 Jay Boudreau ’80 Steve Lemieux ’80 Matt Weir ’92 Jay Green ’80 Pierre Rivard ’04 Scott Doherty ’91 Mike Haviland ’90 Hank Banas ’89 Mike Brigante ’80 Randy Murphy ’95 Petr Vasicko ’97 Jeremy Baker ’96 Mike Holmes ’87 Mike Zaranek ’89 Adrian Saul ’00 Greg Moore ’92 Dave Evans ’97 Andrei Krivokrasov ’00 John Kenney ’80 Myles Boulter ’84 Dean Jackson ’03 Tom Dwyer ’83 Michael Richard ’08 Jarrett Konkle ’05 Steve Kaye ’02 Rusty Masters ’10 Dave Smith ’77 Peter Feola ’94 Jules Jardine ’91 George Swarbrick ’88 Paul Matheson ’96 Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 Bob McGee ’93 Kevin Willer ’12 Mike Hulbig ’01 Justin Siebold ’05 Dave Trevor ’81 Jason Silverthorn ’03 Mike Clarke ’03 Tom Morrissey ’88 Dan Williams ’89 Adam Godfrey ’02 Peter Romeo ’94 John McLaren ’80

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GOALS ASSISTS POINTS 104 152 256 125 125 250 93 141 234 100 100 200 95 88 183 67 101 168 72 96 168 40 120 160 78 79 157 52 101 153 51 102 153 68 84 152 82 69 151 67 82 149 68 81 149 59 86 145 68 76 144 60 79 139 65 72 137 53 83 136 57 76 133 55 77 132 55 76 131 42 89 131 48 80 128 62 64 126 53 73 126 42 84 126 68 57 125 50 73 123 64 59 123 52 68 120 40 78 118 17 98 115 42 71 113 43 69 112 48 63 111 49 61 110 47 63 110 46 63 109 45 64 109 49 59 108 36 72 108 21 85 106 42 62 104 23 81 104 41 63 104 46 56 102 21 79 100


TEAM RECORDS SINGLE SEASON

Most goals scored............................................................248........................................................... 1978-79 (31 games) Fewest goals scored........................................................88...........................................2012-13 & 2015-16 (26 games) Most goals allowed..........................................................164........................................................... 1975-76 (31 games) Fewest goals allowed.......................................................56.............................................................. 2007-08 (29 games) Most goals per game.......................................................8.00.......................................................... 1978-79 (31 games) Fewest goals per game ...................................................3.30.......................................................... 2014-15 (27 games) Most goals allowed per game.........................................5.69.......................................................... 1994-95 (26 games) Fewest goals allowed per game......................................1.93.......................................................... 2007-08 (29 games) Most 10-goal scorers.......................................................10................................................ 1987-88, 1992-93, 1993-94 Most 20-goal scorers.......................................................4.................................................................................... 1978-79 Most 30-goal scorers.......................................................3.................................................................................... 1990-91 Most 30-point scorers......................................................9.................................................. 1979-80, 1987-88, 1990-91 Most 40-point scorers......................................................6................................................................... 1989-90, 1990-91 Most 50-point scorers......................................................4................................................................... 1989-90, 1991-92 Most 60-point scorers......................................................3................................................................... 1990-91, 1991-92 Most 70-point scorers......................................................3.................................................................................... 1990-91 Most PP Goals .................................................................58................................................................. 1989-90, 1990-91 Fewest PP Goals...............................................................14...................................................................................2015-16 Most SH Goals..................................................................21................................................................. 1976-77, 1991-92 Most SH Goals Allowed....................................................13.................................................................................. 1994-95 Fewest SH Goals..............................................................1................................................................... 1984-85, 2007-08 Fewest SH Goals Allowed................................................1...................................................1985-86, 2007-08, 2015-16 Most PP Goals Allowed....................................................47.................................................................................. 1994-95 Fewest PP Goals Allowed ................................................15................................................................. 1979-80, 1986-87 Most PP Attempts............................................................255............................................................................... 1992-93 Fewest PP Attempts.........................................................115.................................................................................2015-16 Most Penalty Killing Chances..........................................261............................................................................... 1992-93 Fewest Penalty Killing Chances......................................104................................................................................2015-16 Highest PP Percentage....................................................33.5.........................................................1978-79 (55-for-175) Lowest PP Percentage.....................................................12.2......................................................... 2015-16 (14-for-115) Highest Penalty Killing Rate............................................92.6...................................................... 1979-80 (188-for-203) Lowest Penalty Killing Rate.............................................77.3..................................................2012-2013 (116-for-150) Most Penalties.................................................................411............................................................................... 1992-93 Fewest Penalties..............................................................142................................................................................2015-16 Most Penalty Minutes......................................................1,056............................................................................ 1992-93 Fewest Penalty Minutes..................................................332............................................................................... 2007-08 Most Penalties, Opp.........................................................384............................................................................... 1992-93 Fewest Penalties, Opp.....................................................151.................................................................................2015-16 Most Penalty Minutes, Opp.............................................1,023............................................................................ 1992-93 Fewest Penalty Minutes, Opp..........................................350................................................................................2015-16 Most games......................................................................34........................................................1990-91 (28-6-0 record) Fewest games .................................................................24........................................................1986-87 (15-9-0 record) Most Wins.........................................................................28........................................................1990-91 (28-6-0 record) Fewest Wins.....................................................................10................................................ 1994-95, 1975-76, 2012-13 Most Losses.....................................................................20......................................................1975-76 (10-20-1 record) Fewest Losses..................................................................3..........................................................1976-77 (22-3-0 record) Most Ties..........................................................................5................................................................... 1996-97, 2007-08 Fewest Ties.......................................................................0............................................20 times, most recently 2012-13 Longest Winning Streak...................................................15........................................................... 11/19/85 to 1/29/86 Longest Losing Streak.....................................................4.............................................. 9 times, most recently 2012-13 Longest Unbeaten Streak................................................21 (19-0-2)...............................................12/1/79 to 2/22/80 Most Shutouts..................................................................5.................................................................................... 1984-85

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TEAM RECORDS SINGLE GAME

Most goals scored............................................................22............................................................................ Jan. 5, 1980 Most goals allowed..........................................................12.............................................. Nov. 18, 1981 & Feb. 12, 1982 Fastest consective goals scored.....................................0:08........................................................................ Jan. 6, 1980 Fastest three consecutive goals.....................................0:36 .....................................................................Feb. 19, 1991 Fastest four consecutive goals goals..............................1:22........................................................................Feb. 1, 1991 Fastest consecutive goals allowed.................................0:07.......................................................................Jan. 28, 1995 Most goals scored in a period.........................................9......................................................Feb. 21, 1994 (2nd period) Most goals allowed in a period.......................................7..............................................................................Nov. 6, 1993 Most shots for..................................................................94..........................................................................Feb. 21, 1994 Most Shots against..........................................................76............................................................................Mar. 7, 1997 Most in a period...............................................................34............................ Nov. 2, 2002 (2nd) , Feb. 20, 2004 (2nd) Most shots allowed in a period.......................................32...................................................................Mar. 7, 1997 (3rd) Most Power Play Goals....................................................8.................................................Nov. 19, 1985, Dec. 11, 2004 Most PP Goals, Opp. .......................................................6..............................................................................Nov. 6, 1993 Most Power Plays.............................................................22......................................................................... Nov. 19, 1985 Most Power Plays, Opp....................................................16..........................................................................Oct. 29, 2004 Most SH Goals..................................................................4............................................................................ Oct. 30, 1991 Most SH Goals, Opp.........................................................4............................................................................Jan. 29, 1994

Carter Shinkaruk ’16 2015-16 Leading Scorer

Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 2014-15 AHCA All-American

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME RECORDS MOST POINTS 8....................................................................................................................Tom Dwyer ’80 (3-5-8) Feb. 21, 1977 vs. SUNY Potsdam (W, 10-2) 8........................................................................................................................... Jeff Cristina ’80 (4-4-8) Nov. 15, 1977 vs. Sheridan (W, 15-1 ) 7............................................................................................................................. Jarrett Konkle ’05 (5-2-7) Nov. 8, 2002 vs. Marian (W, 10-2 ) 7.................................................................................................................................. Randy Murphy ’95 (5-2-7) Jan. 11, 1994 vs. AIC (W, 13-5) 7.........................................................................................................................Bernie Cassell ’92 (5-2-7) Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0) 7............................................................................................................................... Matt Weir ’92 (1-6-7) Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0 ) 7................................................................................................................. Joe Spinelli ’92 (4-3-7) Dec. 13, 1991 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 10-2) 7.........................................................................................................................Matt Weir ’92 (5-2-7) Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1) 7.....................................................................................................................Bob Holmes ’92 (1-6-7) Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1) 7.................................................................................................................... Joe Spinelli ’92 (2-5-7) Jan. 9, 1991 vs. St. Bonaventure (W, 17-1) 7.............................................................................................................Bernie Cassell ’92 (4-3-7) Oct. 30, 1990 vs. St. Bonaventure (W, 10-1) 7................................................................................................................................... Kurt Kalweit ’84 (4-3-7) Jan. 8, 1983 vs. UMass (L, 10-9) 7...................................................................................................................................Jeff Cristina ’80 (2-5-7) Jan. 5, 1980 vs. Upsala (W, 22-1) 7.................................................................................................................Jeff Cristina ’80 (4-3-7) Feb. 22, 1978 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 18-2) 7........................................................................................................................ John Kenney ’80, (2-5-7) Nov. 15, 1977 vs. Sheridan (W, 15-1 ) 7..................................................................................................................Dave Smith ’77, (4-3-7) Feb. 21, 1977 vs. SUNY Potsdam (W, 10-2) MOST GOALS 5......................................................................................................................................... Jarrett Konkle ’05, Nov. 8, 2002 vs. Marian (W, 10-2) 5..............................................................................................................................................Randy Murphy ’95, Jan. 11, 1994 vs. AIC (W, 13-5) 5.................................................................................................................................... Bernie Cassell ’92, Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0) 5.................................................................................................................................... Matt Weir ’92, Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1) 5.................................................................................................................................Dave Trevor ’81, Feb. 28, 1981 vs. North Adams (W, 15-5) 5............................................................................................................................................... Scott Press ’83, Jan. 6, 1980 vs. Upsala (W, 19-1) MOST ASSISTS 6............................................................................................................................................Matt Weir ’92, Jan. 21, 1992 vs. Scranton (W, 18-0) 6.............................................................................................................................Joe Spinelli ’92, Dec. 13, 1991 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 10-2) 6................................................................................................................................ Bob Holmes ’92, Nov. 22, 1991 vs. New England (W, 12-1) 6............................................................................................................................................... Scott Press ’83, Jan. 5, 1980 vs. Upsala (W, 22-1) 6............................................................................................................................. Tim Strasdauskas ’80, Nov. 15, 1977 vs. Sheridan (W, 15-1) MOST PENALTY MINUTES 39...................................................................................................................................... Richard Rerrie ’95, Nov. 8, 1992 vs. Waterloo (W, 5-4) MOST POWER-PLAY GOALS 3............................................................................................................................ Rusty Masters ’10, Jan. 19, 2008 vs. Lebanon Valley (W, 8-1) 3.................................................................................................................................... Darcy Pettie ’07, Dec. 11, 2004 vs. Wentworth (W, 10-1) 3.............................................................................................................................Andrei Krivokrasov ’00, Mar. 6, 1997 vs. Mercyhurst (W, 8-5) 3.......................................................................................................................................Randy Murphy ’95, Feb. 5, 1994 vs. Canisius (W, 10-3) 3.......................................................................................................................................Bernie Cassell ’92, Dec. 1, 1990 vs. Williams (W, 10-0) 3............................................................................................................................. Peter Romeo ’94, Nov. 10, 1990 vs. SUNY Oswego (W, 13-1) MOST POWER-PLAY POINTS 5.................................................................................................................................... Darcy Pettie ’07, Dec. 11, 2004 vs. Wentworth (W, 10-1) 5.................................................................................................................................Jarrett Konkle ’05, Dec. 11, 2004 vs. Wentworth (W, 10-1) 5......................................................................................................................... David Marani ’89, Nov. 19, 1985 vs. SUNY Brockport (W, 14-2) MOST SHORTHANDED GOALS 2.......................................................................................... Several players, most recently by Josh Piro ’03, Jan. 3, 2003 vs. Williams (W, 7-3) MOST SAVES 72....................................................................................................................................... Stephen Bidus ’99, Mar. 7, 1997 vs. RIT (W, 5-4 (OT)) 10 ECAC WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS | 19 ALL-AMERICANS 54


SEASON OFFENSIVE LEADERS POINTS 1. Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 88 (1990-91) 2. Rich Bopray ’82...................................................... 80 (1978-79) 3. Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 75 (1991-92) 4. Jeff Cristina ’80....................................................... 73 (1978-79) 5. Bernie Cassell ’92................................................... 72 (1990-91) Bob Holmes ’92...................................................... 72 (1990-91) 7. Bernie Cassell ’92................................................... 69 (1991-92) 8. Bob Holmes ’92...................................................... 68 (1991-92) 9. Jeff Cristina ’80....................................................... 66 (1979-80) 10. Kurt Kalweit ’84...................................................... 65 (1982-83) Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 65 (1989-90)

POWER PLAY GOALS 1. Bernie Cassell ’92 .................................................. 17 (1991-92) Mike Haviland ’90 .................................................. 17 (1989-90) 3. Kurt Kalweit ’84 ..................................................... 15 (1982-83) 4. Hank Banas ’88 ..................................................... 13 (1987-88) Jarrett Konkle ’05................................................... 13 (2001-05) 6. Darcy Vaillancourt ’12............................................ 12 (2009-10) Andrei Krivokrsov ’00 ............................................ 12 (1996-97) 8. Art Collins ’77 ......................................................... 11 (1975-76) Scott Marinaro ’89 ................................................. 11 (1988-89) Greg Moore ’92 ...................................................... 11 (1991-92) Lawne Snyder ’04................................................... 11 (2003-04) Jarrett Konkle ’05................................................... 11 (2003-04)

GOALS 1. Bernie Cassell ’92................................................... 43 (1991-92) 2. Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 40 (1990-91) 3. Kurt Kalweit ’84...................................................... 39 (1982-83) Mike Haviland ’90................................................... 39 (1989-90) 5. Rich Bopray ’82 ..................................................... 37 (1978-79) 6. Jeff Cristina ’80....................................................... 36 (1978-79) 7. Jeff Cristina ’80....................................................... 35 (1979-80) Scott Marinaro ’90.................................................. 35 (1988-89) 9. Jeff Cristina ’80....................................................... 34 (1977-78) Bob Holmes ’92...................................................... 34 (1990-91)

SHORT-HANDED GOALS 1. Joe Spinelli ’92 ......................................................... 8 (1991-92) 2. Joe Spinelli ’92 ......................................................... 7 (1990-91) 3. Randy Murphy ’95 ................................................... 6 (1993-94) Bernie Cassell ’92 .................................................... 6 (1990-91) Joe Spinelli ’92 ......................................................... 6 (1989-90) 6. Jeff Cristina ’80 ........................................................ 5 (1976-77) Jeff Cristina ’80 ........................................................ 5 (1977-78) Bernie Cassell ’92 .................................................... 5 (1991-92) 9. Scott Marinaro ’89 ................................................... 4 (1988-89) Kurt Kalweit ’84 ....................................................... 4 (1982-83) Steve Kaye ’02 ......................................................... 4 (2002-03)

ASSISTS 1. Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 51 (1991-92) 2. Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 48 (1990-91) 3. Hap Grabeldinger ’83............................................. 45 (1982-83) Bob Holmes ’92...................................................... 45 (1991-92) Matt Weir ’92.......................................................... 45 (1991-92) 6. Jules Jardine ’91..................................................... 44 (1989-90) 7. Rich Bopray ’92...................................................... 43 (1978-79) 8. Bernie Cassell ’82................................................... 41 (1990-91) 9. Jeff Cristina ’80....................................................... 39 (1977-78) Joe Spinelli ’92........................................................ 39 (1989-90) Bob Holmes ’92...................................................... 39 (1989-90) Matt Weir ’92.......................................................... 39 (1990-91)

PENALTY MINUTES 1. Joe Caswell ’93.....................................................138 (1992-93) 2. Vic Fidler ’96 ........................................................108 (1993-94) 3. Rich Rerrie ’95 .....................................................105 (1992-93) 4. Vic Fidler ’96 ........................................................100 (1994-95) 5. Gord Law ’93 ......................................................... 93 (1990-91) 6. Chris Kavanaugh ’98............................................. 90 (1996-97) 7. Alexander Taulien ’17............................................. 89 (2014-15) 8. Sean Cowan ’91 .................................................... 84 (1989-90) 9. Pierre Rivard ’04 ................................................... 82 (2002-03) Kyle Kirkpatrick ’95 .............................................. 82 (1993-94)

GAME-WINNING GOALS 1. Bernie Cassell ’92..................................................... 8 (1991-92) 2. Rusty Masters ’10..................................................... 7 (2007-08) Dave Perotta ’96....................................................... 7 (1992-93) Joe Spinelli ’92 ......................................................... 7 (1990-91) 5. Mike Haviland ’90..................................................... 6 (1989-90) 6. Rick Acorn ’12........................................................... 5 (2009-10) Dean Jackson ’03..................................................... 5 (2002-03) Bob Holmes ’92 ....................................................... 5 (1990-91) Scott Marinaro ’89.................................................... 5 (1987-88) Jeff Cristina ’80......................................................... 5 (1979-80) Jay Boudreau ’80...................................................... 5 (1977-78) Steve Lemieux ’80.................................................... 5 (1976-77)

HAT TRICKS 1. Bernie Cassell ’92 .................................................... 6 (1991-92) 2. Bernie Cassell ’92 .................................................... 5 (1990-91) Jeff Cristina ’80 ........................................................ 5 (1977-78) 4. Kurt Kalweit ’84 ....................................................... 4 (1982-83) Joe Spinelli ’92 ......................................................... 4 (1989-90) Dave Smith ’77 ........................................................ 4 (1976-77) Mike Haviland ’90 .................................................... 4 (1989-90)

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CAREER OFFENSIVE LEADERS POINTS 1. Joe Spinelli ’92......................................................256 (1988-92) 2. Jeff Cristina ’80.....................................................250 (1976-80) 3. Bob Holmes ’92....................................................234 (1988-92) 4. Bernie Cassell ’92.................................................200 (1988-92) 5. Kurt Kalweit ’84....................................................183 (1980-84) 6. Jay Boudreau ’80..................................................168 (1976-80) Steve Lemieux ’80................................................168 (1976-80) 8. Matt Weir ’92........................................................160 (1988-92) 9. Jay Green ’80........................................................157 (1976-80) 10. Pierre Rivard ’04...................................................153 (2003-04) Scott Doherty ’91..................................................153 (1987-91) GOALS 1. Jeff Cristina ’80.....................................................125 (1976-80) 2. Joe Spinelli ’92......................................................104 (1988-92) 3. Bernie Cassell ’92.................................................100 (1988-92) 4. Kurt Kalweit ’84...................................................... 95 (1980-84) 5. Bob Holmes ’92...................................................... 93 (1988-92) 6. Hank Banas ’89 ..................................................... 82 (1985-89) 7. Jay Green ’80.......................................................... 78 (1976-80) 8. Steve Lemieux ’80.................................................. 72 (1976-80) 9. Mike Haviland ’90................................................... 68 (1989-90) Randy Murphy ’95.................................................. 68 (1991-95) Jeremy Baker ’96.................................................... 68 (1992-96) Jarrett Konkle ’05................................................... 68 (2001-05)

Joe Spinelli ’92 Elmira’s All-Time Leading Scorer

ASSISTS 1. Joe Spinelli ’92......................................................152 (1988-92) 2. Bob Holmes ’92....................................................141 (1988-92) 3. Jeff Cristina ’80.....................................................125 (1976-80) 4. Matt Weir ’92........................................................120 (1988-92) 5. Scott Doherty ’91 .................................................102 (1987-91) 6. Jay Boudreau ’80..................................................101 (1976-80) Pierre Rivard ‘04...................................................101 (2003-04) 8. Bernie Cassell ’92.................................................100 (1988-92) 9. Jules Jardine ’91.................................................... 98 (1987-91) 10. Steve Lemieux ’80................................................. 96 (1976-80)

PENALTY MINUTES 1. Vic Fidler ’96 ........................................................359 (1992-96) 2. Kyle Kirkpatrick ’95 .............................................286 (1991-95) 3. Gord Law ’93 ........................................................260 (1989-93) 4. Robb Wilson ’95 ...................................................231 (1991-95) 5. Joe Caswell ’93 ....................................................226 (1990-93) 6. Chris Mann ’05.....................................................209 (2001-05) 7. Peter Romeo ’94 ..................................................205 (1990-94) 8. Rich Rerrie ’95 .....................................................200 (1992-95) 9. Alexander Taulien ’17........................................... 199 (2013-16) 10. Chris Kavanaugh ’98 ...........................................186 (1994-98)

Bernie Cassell ’92 Single-Season Goals Record Holder

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SEASON GOALIE LEADERS WINS 1. Tony Mongillo ’88 ................................................. 28 (1987-88) 2. Bill Burtch ’87 ........................................................ 25 (1985-86) 3. Dave Laudato ’94 .................................................. 22 (1992-93) 4. Glen Lombardi ’80 ................................................ 21 (1978-79) 5. Tom O’Brien ’93 ..................................................... 20 (1990-91) 6. Glen Lombardi ’80 ................................................. 19 (1979-80) Gerard Muscat ’90 ................................................. 19 (1989-90) Casey Tuttle ’10...................................................... 19 (2007-08) 9. Rob Ligas ’02 ......................................................... 17 (1999-00) Dave Laudato ’94 .................................................. 17 (1993-94) Gerard Muscat ’90 ................................................. 17 (1988-89)

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Casey Tuttle ’10...................................................1.94 (2007-08) 2. Greg Fargo ‘06.....................................................2.04 (2005-06) 3. Darren McDonald ’13..........................................2.16 (2010-11) 4. Bill Burtch ’87 .....................................................2.27 (1984-85) 5. Tony Cosmano ’79...............................................2.28 (1976-77) 6. Rob Ligas ’02 .....................................................2.36 (1999-00) 7. Casey Tuttle ’10...................................................2.40 (2009-10) 8. Casey Tuttle ’10...................................................2.44 (2006-07) 9. Tony Mongillo ’88 ..............................................2.55 (1986-87) 10. Bill Burtch ’87 .....................................................2.61 (1985-86)

WINNING PERCENTAGE 1. Tony Cosmano ’79............................................ 1.000 (1976-77) 2. Tony Mongillo ’88............................................... .819 (1987-88) 3. Glen Lombardi ’80 ............................................ .816 (1979-80) 4. Glen Lombardi ’80.............................................. .813 (1976-77) 5. Rob Ligas ’02 .................................................... .810 (1999-00) 6. Glen Lombardi ’80 ............................................. .808 (1978-79) 7. Tom O’Brien ’93.................................................. .800 (1990-91) 8. Darren McDonald ’13......................................... .783 (2010-11) 9. Bill Burtch ’87 .................................................... .781 (1985-86) 10. Greg Fargo ’06.................................................... .773 (2005-06)

SHOTS FACED 1. Tony Mongillo ’88 ........................................... 1,021 (1987-88) 2. Gerard Muscat ’90 ...............................................960 (1989-90) 3. Stephen Bidus ’99 ...............................................840 (1996-97) 4. Gerard Muscat ’90................................................834 (1988-89) 5. Stephen Bidus ’99 ..............................................800 (1998-99) 6. Greg Fargo ’06 .....................................................799 (2004-05) 7. Dave Laudato ’94 ................................................795 (1992-93) 8. Glen Lombardi ’80 ...............................................758 (1979-80) 9. Darren McDonald ’13...........................................733 (2010-11) 10. Greg Fargo ’06 .....................................................713 (2002-03) Casey Tuttle ’10....................................................713 (2007-08)

SAVES 1. Tony Mongillo ’88.................................................929 (1987-88) 2. Gerard Muscat ’90 ...............................................862 (1989-90) 3. Stephen Bidus ’99 ..............................................759 (1996-97) 4. Gerard Muscat ’90................................................741 (1988-89) 5. Greg Fargo ’06......................................................719 (2004-05) 6. Stephen Bidus ’99 ...............................................713 (1998-99) 7. Dave Laudato ’94.................................................704 (1992-93) 8. Glen Lombardi ’80 ...............................................686 (1979-80) 9. Darren McDonald ’13...........................................682 (2010-11) 10. Casey Tuttle ’10....................................................658 (2007-08)

MINUTES PLAYED 1. Tony Mongillo ’88 ........................................... 1,894 (1987-88) 2. Bill Burtch ’87 .................................................. 1,700 (1985-86) 3. Casey Tuttle ’10................................................ 1,697 (2007-08) 4. Glen Lombardi ’80 .......................................... 1,580 (1978-79) 5. Dave Laudato ’94 ............................................ 1,578 (1992-93) 6. Gerard Muscat ’90 ........................................... 1,559 (1989-90) 7. Casey Tuttle ’10................................................ 1,501 (2007-08) 8. Glen Lombardi ’80 .......................................... 1,430 (1979-80) 9. Darren McDonald ’13....................................... 1,420 (2010-11) 10. Greg Fargo ’06.................................................. 1,413 (2005-06)

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Darren McDonald ’13......................................... .930 (2010-11) 2. Greg Fargo ’06.................................................... .926 (2005-06) 3. Ryan deMelo ’15................................................. .924 (2014-15) Sandro Aeschlimann ’19.................................... .924 (2015-16) 5. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................. .923 (2007-08) 6. Rob Ligas ’02 .................................................... .921 (1999-00) 7. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................. .916 (2009-10) Ryan deMelo ’15................................................. .916 (2013-14) 9. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................. .913 (2008-09) 10. Bill Burtch ’87 .................................................... .912 (1984-85)

SHUTOUTS 1. Bill Burtch ’87........................................................... 4 (1984-85) Bill Burtch ’87 .......................................................... 4 (1985-86) Bill Burtch ’87........................................................... 4 (1986-87) Rob Ligas ’02 .......................................................... 4 (1999-00) 5. Darren McDonald ’13............................................... 3 (2010-11) Tony Mongillo ’88 ................................................... 3 (1987-88) Casey Tuttle ’10........................................................ 3 (2007-08) 8. Nick Edling ’02 ........................................................ 2 (2001-02) Stephen Bidus ’99 ................................................... 2 (1998-99) Dave Laudato ’94 .................................................... 2 (1991-92) Dave Laudato ’94 .................................................... 2 (1992-93) Tom O’Brien ’93 ....................................................... 2 (1990-91) Tony Mongillo ’88 ................................................... 2 (1986-87) Tony Cosmano ’79.................................................... 2 (1976-77) Glen Lombardi ’80 .................................................. 2 (1979-80)

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CAREER GOALIE LEADERS WINS 1. Glen Lombardi ’80 ................................................ 68 (1976-80) 2. Casey Tuttle ’10...................................................... 58 (2006-10) 3. Dave Laudato ’94 .................................................. 55 (1990-94) 4. Bill Burtch ’87 ........................................................ 46 (1984-87) 5. Greg Fargo ’06........................................................ 45 (2002-06) 6. Rob Ligas ’02 ........................................................ 42 (1998-02) 7. Stephen Bidus ’99 ................................................ 36 (1995-99) 8. Steve Capps ’85 .................................................... 35 (1981-85) 9. Darren McDonald ’13............................................. 34 (2009-13) 10. Gerard Muscat ’90.................................................. 33 (1988-90) Tony Mongillo ’88 ................................................. 33 (1985-88)

GOALS-AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Casey Tuttle ’10................................................... 2.34 (2006-10) 2. Bill Burtch ’87...................................................... 2.58 (1984-87) 3. Tony Mongillo ’88................................................ 2.78 (1985-88) 4. Rob Ligas ’02....................................................... 2.87 (1998-02) 5. Darren McDonald ’13.......................................... 2.96 (2009-13) Glen Lombardi ’80............................................... 2.96 (1976-80) 7. Tony Cosmano ’79............................................... 3.06 (1975-79) 8. Greg Fargo ’06..................................................... 3.24 (2002-06) 9. Sal Magliocco ’17..................................................3.27 (Active) 10. Ryan deMelo ’15.................................................. 3.36 (2011-15)

WINNING PERCENTAGE 1. Glen Lombardi ’80.............................................. 2. Tony Cosmano ’79.............................................. 3. Dave Laudato ’94............................................... 4. Tony Mongillo ’88............................................... 5. Bill Burtch ’87..................................................... 6. Tom O’Brien ’93.................................................. 7. Rob Ligas ’02...................................................... 8. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................. 9. Gerard Muscat ’90.............................................. 10. Bryan Musa ’96...................................................

SHOTS FACED 1. Greg Fargo ’06...................................................2,842 (2002-06) 2. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................2,454 (2006-10) 3. Stephen Bidus ’99 ............................................2,355 (1995-99) 4. Glen Lombardi ’80 ............................................2,202 (1976-80) 5. Dave Laudato ’94..............................................2,109 (1990-94) 6. Rob Ligas ’02 ....................................................1,959 (1998-02) 7. Gerard Muscat ’90.............................................1,794 (1988-90) 8. Darren McDonald ’13........................................1,775 (2009-13) 9. Steve Capps ’85 ................................................1,727 (1981-85) 10. Bill Burtch ’87 ...................................................1,546 (1984-87)

.797 (1976-80) .786 (1975-79) .777 (1990-94) .750 (1985-88) .719 (1984-87) .696 (1989-92) .689 (1998-02) .681 (2006-10) .654 (1988-90) .637 (1993-96)

SAVES 1. Greg Fargo ’06...................................................2,565 (2002-06) 2. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................2,233 (2006-10) 3. Stephen Bidus ’99 ...........................................2,098 (1995-99) 4. Glen Lombardi ’80 ............................................1,991 (1976-80) 5. Dave Laudato ’94 .............................................1,864 (1990-94) 6. Rob Ligas ’02 ...................................................1,782 (1998-02) 7. Gerard Muscat ’90.............................................1,603 (1988-90) 8. Darren McDonald ’13........................................1,602 (2009-13) 9. Steve Capps ’85 ...............................................1,508 (1981-85) 10. Bill Burtch ’87....................................................1,392 (1984-87) 11. Sal Magliocco ’17 .............................................. 1,339 (Active)

MINUTES PLAYED 1. Casey Tuttle ’10.................................................5,673 (2006-10) 2. Greg Fargo ’06...................................................5,123 (2002-06) 3. Glen Lombardi ’80 ...........................................5,095 (1976-80) 4. Dave Laudato ’94 .............................................4,181 (1990-94) 5. Stephen Bidus ’99 ...........................................3,944 (1995-99) 6. Rob Ligas ’02 ...................................................3,698 (1998-02) 7. Bill Burtch ’87 ...................................................3,585 (1984-87) 8. Darren McDonald ’13........................................3,511 (2009-13) 9. Steve Capps ’85 ................................................3,378 (1981-85) 10. Gerard Muscat ’90.............................................2,909 (1988-90)

SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Rob Ligas ’02....................................................... .910 (1998-02) Tony Mongillo ’88................................................ .910 (1985-88) Casey Tuttle ’10................................................... .910 (2006-10) Sal Magliocco ’17...................................................910 (Active) 5. Ryan deMelo ’15.................................................. .907 (2011-15) 6. Darren McDonald ’13.......................................... .903 (2009-13) Greg Fargo ’06..................................................... .903 (2002-06) 8. Bill Burtch ’87...................................................... .900 (1984-87) 9. Gerard Muscat ’90............................................... .894 (1988-90) 10. Tom O’Brien ’93................................................... .892 (1989-92) 11. Stephen Bidus ’99............................................... .891 (1995-99)

SHUTOUTS 1. Bill Burtch ’87 ........................................................ 12 (1984-87) 2. Dave Laudato ’94 .................................................... 6 (1990-94) 3. Rob Ligas ’02 .......................................................... 5 (1998-02) Casey Tuttle ’10........................................................ 5 (2006-10) 5. Darren McDonald ’13............................................... 4 (2009-13) Tony Mongillo ’88 ................................................... 4 (1985-88) 7. Kevin Bolin ’11.......................................................... 3 (2007-11) Stephen Bidus ’99 .................................................. 3 (1995-99) Glen Lombardi ’80 ................................................... 3 (1976-80) Tom O’Brien ’93 ....................................................... 3 (1989-92) Steve Capps ’85 ...................................................... 3 (1981-85) Tony Cosmano ’79.................................................... 3 (1975-79)

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ELMIRA COLLEGE ALL -AMERICANS

Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16 Forward 2014-15

Martin Lee ’12 Defense 2011-12

Darren MacDonald ’13 Goalie 2010-11, 2011-12

Kevin Willer ’12 Forward 2011-12

Karl Linden ’11 Defense 2008-09

Casey Tuttle ’10 Goalie 2007-08

Nicolas Dumoulin ’08 Defense 2007-08

Michael Richard ’08 Forward 2007-08

Lawne Snyder ’04 Defense 2003-04

Dave Evans ’97 Forward 1996-97

Joe Spinelli ’92 Forward 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92

Matt Weir ’92 Forward 1991-92

Jules Jardine ’91 Defense 1989-90, 1990-91

Mike Haviland ’90 Forward 1989-90

Dan Williams ’89 Defense 1987-88, 1988-89

Scott Marinaro ’89 Forward 1988-89

Tony Mongillo ’88 Goalie 1987-88

Hap Grabeldinger ’84 Defense 1982-83

Kurt Kalweit ’84 Forward 1983-84

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ECAC WEST ALL-STARS, 1987-2016 2015-16 Brian Depp ’16.........................Second Team Carter Shinkaruk ’16 ..............Second Team 2014-15 Jarryd ten Vaanholt ’16................ First Team Eric David ’15...........................Second Team Tommy Sumi ’16............ Honorable Mention Ryan deMelo ’15............ Honorable Mention 2013-14 Josh Burnell ’15............................ First Team Michael Collins ’16..................Second Team Jesper Strale ’14......................Second Team Eric David ’15...........................Second Team Alexander Taulien ’17..........All-Rookie Team Sal Magliocco ’17................All-Rookie Team 2012-13 Josh Burnell ’15............. Honorable Mention Michael Collins ’16..............All-Rookie Team 2011-12 Kevin Willer ’12.................. First Team, POTY Martin Lee ’12..................First Team, DPOTY Darren MacDonald ’13................. First Team Darcy Vaillancourt ’12.............Second Team Eric David ’15.......................All-Rookie Team Brendan Sanders ’12.... Honorable Mention Brock Sawyer ’12........... Honorable Mention

2007-08 Mike Richard ’08...........First Team, Co-POTY Nic Dumoulin ’08.......................... First Team Rusty Masters ’10....................Second Team Russell Smith ’08.....................Second Team Casey Tuttle ’10.......................Second Team Karl Linden ’11....................All-Rookie Team 2006-07 Nic Dumoulin ’08.......................... First Team Rusty Masters ’10................All-Rookie Team Casey Tuttle ’10...................All-Rookie Team 2005-06 Mike Richard ’08........................... First Team Nic Dumoulin ’08.....................Second Team ...................................All-Rookie Team, ROTY Greg Fargo ’06.........................Second Team Tyler Cann ’09......................All-Rookie Team

1998-99 Adrian Saul ’00............... Honorable Mention 1996-97 Dave Evans ’97............................. First Team Andrei Krivokrasov ’00..........................ROTY 1994-95 Kyle Kirkpatrick ’95...................... First Team Randy Murphy ’95......................... First Team 1993-94 Randy Murphy ’95......................... First Team Dave Laudato ’94......................... First Team Kyle Kirkpatrick ’95...................... First Team

2004-05 Craig Macdonald ’05.................... First Team Jarrett Konkle ’05....................Second Team

1992-93 Chris Wayland ’93....................Second Team Dave Laudato ’94....................Second Team

2003-04 Pierre Rivard ’04........................... First Team Lawne Snyder ’04......................... First Team Jarrett Konkle ’05....................Second Team Justin Siebold ’05.......... Honorable Mention Chris Mann ’05............... Honorable Mention

1991-92 Bernie Cassell ’92......................... First Team Joe Spinelli ’92 ............................. First Team Matt Weir ’92................................ First Team

2010-11 Kevin Willer ’12............................. First Team Martin Lee ’12..................First Team, DPOTY Darren McDonald ’13................... First Team Darcy Vaillancourt ’12.............Second Team Karl Linden ’11........................Second Team Jesper Strale ’14..................All-Rookie Team

2002-03 Mike Clarke ’03............................. First Team Dean Jackson ’03....................Second Team Pierre Rivard ’04......................Second Team Greg Fargo ’06.....................All-Rookie Team Ashton McLean ’06..............All-Rookie Team Andrew Morris ’06................All-Rookie Team

2009-10 Rusty Masters ’10......................... First Team Casey Tuttle ’10............................ First Team Darcy Vaillancourt ’12.................. First Team Greg Moore ’10........................Second Team

2001-02 Mike Clarke ’03............................. First Team Pierre Rivard ’04........................... First Team Rob Ligas ’02.....................First Team, GOTY Steve Kaye ’02.............................. First Team Lawne Snyder ’04....................Second Team Jason Silverthorn ’03...............Second Team Chris Mann ’05.....................All-Rookie Team

2008-09 Karl Linden ’11............................. First Team Rusty Masters ’10....................Second Team Kyle Branson ’09......................Second Team Casey Tuttle ’10.......................Second Team Brendan Sanders ’12..........All-Rookie Team

1999-00 Dean Jackson ’03..................................ROTY Mike Clarke ’03............................. First Team

2000-01 Mike Clarke ’03............................. First Team Steve Kaye ’02.........................Second Team Pierre Rivard ’04..................All-Rookie Team

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1990-91 Jules Jardine ’91........................... First Team Joe Spinelli ’92.............................. First Team Peter Romeo ’94....................................ROTY 1989-90 Mike Haviland ’90....................Second Team Jules Jardine ’91......................Second Team Joe Spinelli ’92.........................Second Team 1988-89 Dan Williams ’89........................... First Team Scott Marinaro ’90...................Second Team Bob Holmes ’92.....................................ROTY 1987-88 Tony Mongillo’88........................... First Team Hank Banas ’88.......................Second Team Dan Williams ’89......................Second Team


NYCHA ALL-STARS, 1977-86 1985-86 Bill Burtch ’87 (Second Team) Sean Mangan ’86 (Second Team) Mike Holmes ’87 (Second Team)

1980-81 Dave Trevor ’81 (Second Team) 1979-80 Glen Lombardi ’80 (First Team) Jeff Cristina ’80 (POTY, First Team) John Kenney ’80 (Second Team) John McLaren ’80 (Second Team)

1984-85 Mark Taylor ’85 (First Team) Bill Burtch ’87 (Second Team) 1983-84 Kurt Kalweit ’84 (First Team) Mark Taylor ’85 (Second Team)

1978-79 Jeff Cristina ’80 (First Team) Glen Lombardi ’80 (Second Team) John McLaren ’80 (Second Team)

1982-83 Hap Grabeldinger ’84 (First Team) Kurt Kalweit ’84 (First Team) Paul Milan ’83 (Second Team)

1977-78 Jeff Cristina ’80 (First Team) Pat Kennedy ’78 (Second Team) Ron Bisplinghoff ’78 (Second Team)

1981-82 George King ’82 (Second Team)

Goaltender Bill Burtch ’87 (30) Two-time NYCHA All-Star

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RECORDS VS. OPPONENTS TEAM W L T American Int’l^ 5 3 0 Adrian 0 1 0 Air Force 1 4 0 Alabama-Huntsville 1 5 1 Alaska-Fairbanks 0 1 1 Amherst 3 2 0 Army 6 4 2 Babson 5 4 0 Bemidji 1 1 0 Bentley 1 0 0 Binghamton 3 0 0 Bowdoin 1 0 0 Bridgewater 1 0 1 Brock (CAN) 1 0 0 Bryant 4 0 0 Univ. at Buffalo 24 2 0 Buffalo State 7 2 1 Canisius 24 4 3 Clarkson 1 2 0 Colby 1 0 0 Colgate 0 2 0 Conestoga (CAN) 1 0 0 Connecticut College 2 0 0 UConn 2 1 0 Cornell JV 0 1 0 Curry 4 0 2 Dutch Nat'l Team 1 0 0 Fairfield 1 0 0 Fitchburg State 1 0 1 Framingham State 1 0 0 Fredonia 16 7 1 Guelph (CAN) 3 1 0 Gustavus Adolphus 0 2 0 Hamilton 23 11 0 Hobart 58 24 2 Holy Cross 5 0 0 Iona 2 0 0 Iowa State 1 0 0

TEAM W L T Ithaca 1 3 0 Johnson & Wales 3 0 0 Kent State 0 3 0 Lake Forest 1 1 0 Lebanon Valley 20 1 0 Lehigh 1 0 0 Maine 0 1 0 Manhattanville 25 23 6 Mankato State 2 3 0 Marian 1 1 0 MCLA* 6 1 0 McMaster (CAN) 0 1 0 Mercyhurst 15 15 0 Merrimack 1 4 0 Miami (OH) 2 0 0 Michigan-Dearborn 1 1 0 Middlebury 2 4 0 Morrisville State 10 1 0 MSOE 1 0 0 Nazareth 8 3 1 Neumann 27 17 3 New England 6 4 0 New Haven 5 2 0 Niagara 1 4 0 Norwich 1 4 0 Ohio State 0 1 0 Oswego State 44 42 6 Princeton 0 3 0 RIT 29 34 4 Royal Military (CAN)^ 4 2 1 RPI 0 1 0 Ryerson 1 0 0 Saint Anselm 5 2 0 Salem State 4 7 1 Salve Regina 1 1 0 Scranton 6 0 0 Seneca (CAN) 1 0 0 Sheridan (CAN) 2 0 0

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TEAM W L T Skidmore 1 1 0 Southern Maine 3 0 1 St. Bonaventure 12 0 0 St. John’s 0 2 1 St. Lawrence (CAN) 2 0 0 St. Lawrence Univ. 0 2 0 St. Michael’s 1 0 0 St. Norbert 1 2 0 St. Thomas 2 1 0 Stonehill 1 0 0 SUNY Brockport 35 5 2 SUNY Canton** 2 1 1 SUNY Cortland 39 0 0 SUNY Geneseo 39 9 1 SUNY Potsdam 42 8 1 SUNY Plattsburgh 37 36 5 Trent 1 0 0 Trinity (CT) 3 3 0 U.S. Int’l San Diego 0 1 0 UMass-Boston 4 3 0 UMass-Dartmouth 1 0 0 UMass Lowell*** 0 2 0 Union 12 10 0 Upsala 2 0 0 Utica 25 15 6 Waterloo 1 0 0 Wayne State 1 0 0 Wentworth 3 0 0 Wesleyan 3 1 0 Westfield St. 5 1 0 Wilfrid Laurier (CAN) 1 0 0 Williams 6 1 1 Wisc.-Eau Claire 0 2 0 Wisc.-Stevens Point 1 3 0 Wisc.-Superior 1 3 0 Wisc.-River Falls 1 1 0 Western New England 1 0 0 * - formerly North Adams State ** - formerly Canton Tech *** - formerly Lowell/Lowell Tech ^ - abbreviated as A.I.C. ^^ - abbreviated as R.M.C.


POSTSEASON HISTORY Year Round 1976-77 ECAC West Quarterfinals

Opponent W/L SUNY Oswego W, 7-6 (OT) SUNY Geneseo W, 8-2 Mercyhurst W, 6-3 Mercyhurst L, 4-5 Mercyhurst W, 7-6 Mercyhurst W, 2-1 (2OT) Mankato St. L, 3-7 Babson L, 2-3

1983-84 ECAC West Quarterfinals

W/L Year Round L, 1-5 1990-91 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals Hamilton W, 5-4 ECAC West Finals SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-3 NCAA Quarterfinals Middlebury W, 6-3 NCAA Quarterfinals Lake Forest L, 1-4 NCAA Quarterfinals (Mini) Mankato St. L, 3-5 NCAA Semifinals NCAA Third-Place Game SUNY Buffalo W, 5-4 Middlebury L, 3-5 1991-92 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals North Adams St. L, 5-7 NCAA Quarterfinals Merrimack W, 4-1 NCAA Quarterfinals Mankato St. L, 2-5 1992-93 ECAC West Semifinals North Adams St. W, 13-5 ECAC West Finals SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-5 NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals SUNY Plattsburgh L, 3-7 NCAA Quarterfinals (Mini) NCAA Semifinals SUNY Plattsburgh L, 1-6 NCAA Third-Place Game

1984-85 ECAC West Quarterfinals

Union

Mercyhurst RIT Salem St. Salem St.

W, 5-3 L, 2-5 L, 4-6 T, 4-4

Mercyhurst

L, 4-5

1987-88 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Semifinals (Mini) NCAA Finals NCAA Finals NCAA Finals (Mini)

L, 2-3 1993-94 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals Canisius W, 6-3 NCAA Quarterfinals SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-3 NCAA Quarterfinals Bemidji L, 2-4 Bemidji W, 5-3 1994-95 ECAC West Semifinals Bemidji L, 0-3 1995-96 ECAC West Semifinals SUNY Oswego L, 3-4 1996-97 ECAC West Semifinals RIT W, 8-4 ECAC West Finals SUNY Oswego W, 8-5 NCAA Quarterfinals SUNY Oswego W, 6-3 NCAA Quarterfinals SUNY Oswego W, 10-2 Babson L, 3-4 1998-99 ECAC West Semifinals Babson W, 9-1 Babson W, 2-1 1999-00 ECAC West Semifinals UW-River Falls L, 1-7 ECAC West Finals UW-River Falls W, 5-3 UW-River Falls L, 0-3 2000-01 ECAC West Semifinals

1988-89 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals

SUNY Oswego RIT

1989-90 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals (Mini)

Hamilton SUNY Oswego SUNY Geneseo SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Plattsburgh

1977-78 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Third-Place Game 1978-79 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals 1979-80 ECAC West Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Finals 1980-81 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals 1981-82 ECAC West Quarterfinals

1985-86 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Quarterfinals (Mini) 1986-87 ECAC West Quarterfinals

Opponent Merrimack

RIT Mercyhurst SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Plattsburgh

W, 7-2 L, 0-3 L, 1-3 L, 1-8

Hobart W, 9-3 Canisius W, 2-1 Salem St. L, 2-6 Salem St. W, 10-4 Salem St. W, 4-0 UW-Stevens Point L, 2-7 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 8-3

RIT

L, 6-10

Mercyhurst RIT St. John’s St. John’s

W, 8-5 W, 5-4 (OT) T, 2-2 OT L, 2-4

Mercyhurst

L, 4-7

Manhattanville RIT

W, 7-0 L, 1-3

Manhattanville

L, 5-6

W, 8-3 2001-02 ECAC West Semifinals L, 5-9 ECAC West Finals

Manhattanville RIT

W, 4-3 L, 1-2

W, 6-5 W, 7-0 W, 9-7 W, 5-3 L, 2-4 L, 0-1

2002-03 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Quarterfinals

Manhattanville RIT Middlebury

W, 5-3 W, 4-3 L, 1-5

2004-05 ECAC West Semifinals

Utica

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L, 3-4 (OT)


POSTSEASON HISTORY Year Round 2005-06 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals 2006-07 ECAC West Quarterfinals ECAC West Semfinals 2007-08 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals 2008-09 ECAC West Semifinals NCAA First Round 2009-10 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA First Round NCAA Quarterfinals

Opponent W/L Hobart W, 4-3 Utica W, 3-2 Manhattanville W, 2-1 (OT) Middlebury L, 1-2

Year Round 2010-11 ECAC West Semifinals ECAC West Finals NCAA Quarterfinals

Opponent Hobart Neumann Adrian

W/L W, 5-2 W, 5-1 L, 3-5

2011-12 ECAC West Semifinals Neumann L, 4-5 Hobart W, 5-4 (OT) NCAA Quarterfinals SUNY Oswego L, 0-5 Manhattanville L, 3-5 2012-13 ECAC West Quarterfinals Manhattanville L, 1-9 Hobart W, 6-3 Manhattanville L, 0-1 2013-14 ECAC West Semifinals Hobart W, 5-3 Trinity W, 6-1 ECAC West Finals Utica W, 5-2 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 3-6 2014-15 ECAC West Quarterfinals Utica W, 5-2 Neumann L, 1-2 ECAC West Semifinals Hobart L, 1-5 Neumann L, 1-2 2015-16 ECAC West Quarterfinals Utica L, 3-5 Neumann W, 4-2 Manhattanville L, 3-4 (OT) *Bolded years mark Elmira’s ECAC West Championship seasons Curry W, 4-1 Norwich L, 1-2 (OT)

2013-14 ECAC West Conference Tournament Champions

ECAC WEST TOURNAMENT TITLES

2013-14 2010-11 2005-06 2002-03

1996-97 1992-93 1990-91

1989-90 1987-88 1977-78

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1973-74 | 15-6-0 (FLCHL/CLUB) Penn State W, 13-1 Penn State W, 15-3 St. John Fisher W, 7-3 SUNY Brockport W, 6-5 Hobart W, 9-2 Lehigh W 11-1 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-2 Canton Tech L, 3-14 St. John Fisher W, 11-2 SUNY Oswego W, 5-2 RIT W, 6-4 Canton Tech L, 4-9 Hobart W, 8-1 Penn State W, 3-1 Penn State W, 11-0 RIT L, 3-5 Lehigh W, 8-1 SUNY Brockport L, 2-5 Canisius1 W, 7-1 SUNY Brockport2 L, 3-6 Canton Tech3 L, 2-7 1 - FLCHA Tournament Quarterfinals 2 - FLCHA Tournament Semifinals 3 - FLCHA Tournament Consolation 1974-75 | 12-7-2 SUNY Buffalo L, 5-9 SUNY Oswego L, 1-8 Ithaca L, 4-5 New Haven W, 10-1 Army L, 1-5 Canton Tech T, 5-5 (OT) Hamilton L, 2-6 Army W, 6-1 Bryant W, 9-3 Ithaca W, 3-2 (OT) RIT W, 12-1 SUNY Brockport W, 5-3 New England L, 3-4 Framingham St. W, 9-3 New Haven W, 6-4 Lehigh W, 9-2 Ithaca Stars (EXB) W, 5-3 Wesleyan W, 8-3 SUNY Brockport W, 5-3 SUNY Oswego T, 3-3 (OT) Royal Military W, 4-3 (OT) RIT L, 4-5 OT 1975-76 | 10-20-1 Air Force L, 3-5 SUNY Buffalo L, 3-4 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-3 Canton Tech L, 3-9 Canton Tech W, 8-6 SUNY Oswego L, 5-9 Hamilton L, 3-8 Hamilton L, 7-8 New England L, 1-4 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 7-6 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 5-1 Seneca W, 6-5 Salem St. L, 2-6 Union L, 3-5 Cornell JV L, 1-7 SUNY Brockport W, 3-1 St. Anslem L, 2-7 Bridgewater T, 2-2 (OT) A.I.C. L, 4-5 New England L, 3-6 SUNY Cortland W, 9-7 RIT W, 7-3 Ithaca L, 1-8 R.M.C. L, 4-5

SUNY Oswego SUNY Cortland Union SUNY Brockport Ithaca SUNY Geneseo R.M.C. 1976-77 | 22-3-0 20-2-0 ECAC West

Trent RIT* SUNY Cortland* SUNY Buffalo* Hamilton* SUNY Plattsburgh1* SUNY Buffalo1* SUNY Cortland* Salem St.* Norwich* Bryant* Army* SUNY Potsdam* SUNY Oswego* SUNY Geneseo* SUNY Brockport* St. Anselm* SUNY Oswego* RIT* Canton Tech SUNY Potsdam* SUNY Plattsburgh* Fairfield* SUNY Brockport* Merrimack!

L, 5-7 W, 13-4 L, 2-5 L, 3-5 L, 3-4 W, 9-2 L, 3-4

W, 5-3 W, 5-0 W, 4-3 W, 7-6 L, 4-5 W, 9-3 W, 5-1 W, 7-1 W, 6-5 W, 5-4 W, 9-1 L, 4-10 W, 9-1 W, 8-2 W, 15-3 W, 13-1 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 W, 13-1 W, 10-2 W, 10-2 W, 7-2 W, 10-1 W, 5-0 L, 1-5

1 - Elmira College Tournament 1977-78 | 26-6-0 18-4-0 ECAC WEST, 12-2-0 NYCHA Sheridan W, 15-1 Sheridan W, 10-3 New Haven* W, 12-6 Bridgewater* W, 12-3 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 5-1 Army* W, 11-4 Hamilton* W, 9-1 Iowa St.1 W, 14-1 Babson1* W, 3-2 SUNY Cortland@* W, 12-3 Union* L, 1-9 Miami (OH) W, 7-1 Miami (OH) W, 5-4 Salem St.* L, 2-7 Bryant* W, 6-3 SUNY Oswego@* W, 4-1 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 5-1 SUNY Plattsburgh@* W, 7-5 SUNY Cortland@* W, 14-2 SUNY Brockport@* W, 9-4 SUNY Oswego@* L, 4-5 SUNY Plattsburgh@* L, 4-6 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 6-1 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 5-1 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 10-3 SUNY Brockport@* W, 18-2 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 6-3 Hamilton! W, 5-4 SUNY Plattsburgh+ W, 4-3 Middlebury# W, 6-3 Lake Forest% L, 1-4 Mankato St.^ L, 3-5 1 - Elmira College Tournament

YEARLY RESULTS, 1973-80 1978-79 | 26-5-0 1980-81 | 20-10-0 21-4-0 ECAC WEST, 13-1-0 NYCHA R.M.C. W, 9-2 R.M.C. W, 13-1 Westfield St.* W, 6-0 Union* W, 6-4 New Haven* W, 3-2 St. Lawrence (CAN) W, 19-1 St. Lawrence (CAN) W, 4-1 SUNY Cortland@* W, 10-3 SUNY Plattsburgh@* W, 10-3 Union* W, 7-2 A.I.C.* L, 2-4 Westfield St.* W, 3-2 (OT) Maine* L, 3-6 Bryant* W, 13-3 New Haven* L, 2-4 SUNY Oswego@* W, 10-4 SUNY Brockport@* W, 9-2 SUNY Plattsburgh@* L, 4-7 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 11-4 SUNY Cortland@* W, 7-2 Hamilton@* W, 8-2 SUNY Oswego@* W, 7-6 (OT) SUNY Buffalo@* W, 5-4 SUNY Brockport@* W, 10-0 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 15-2 Army* W, 13-2 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 12-1 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 11-0 SUNY Buffalo* W, 4-2 SUNY Buffalo+ W, 5-4 Middlebury# L, 3-5

1979-80 | 25-6-2 18-2-1 ECAC WEST, 13-0-1 NYCHA R.M.C. W, 6-1 Mankato St.1 W, 6-2 1 St. Lawrence L, 4-5 (OT) SUNY Geneseo@* W, 9-4 Union* W, 5-0 Merrimack* L, 4-6 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 2-6 Westfield St.* W, 6-2 SUNY Cortland@* W, 8-5 SUNY Plattsburgh@* W, 7-5 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 6-3 Union* W, 4-1 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 5-4 Upsala W, 22-1 Upsala W, 19-1 Iona W, 13-1 SUNY Oswego@* W, 7-5 Holy Cross* W, 8-2 R.M.C T, 5-5 (OT) Plattsburgh@* T, 2-2 (OT) Potsdam@* W, 5-1 Cortland@* W, 8-0 Hamilton* W, 11-1 Buffalo@* W, 10-2 Dutch Nat’l Team W, 4-2 Brockport@* W, 6-4 Oswego@* W, 6-4 Geneseo@* W, 10-2 Colgate L, 7-9 Brockport@* W, 10-3 North Adams St.! L, 5-7 Merrimack% W, 4-1 Mankato St.$ L 2-5

18-7-0 ECAC WEST, 10-4-0, NYCHA Ohio State L, 3-7 UMass Lowell* L, 5-6 Westfield1* W, 5-3 St. Lawrence1 L, 3-5 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 8-3 Union* W, 4-1 Holy Cross* W, 8-6 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 0-6 SUNY Brockport@* W, 9-6 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 6-2 SUNY Cortland@* W, 10-0 Union* W, 8-3 New Haven* L, 4-6 Holy Cross* W, 5-3 New Haven* W, 2-0 SUNY Oswego@* L, 0-3 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 6-0 Army W, 8-7 SUNY Oswego@* L, 3-7 Hamilton* W, 3-1 SUNY Plattsburgh@* L, 4-5 SUNY Cortland@* W, 10-1 SUNY Plattsburgh@* L, 2-6 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 4-2 SUNY Brockport@* W, 8-5 RIT* W, 6-3 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 4-2 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 8-1 North Adams St.! W, 13-5 SUNY Plattsburgh+ L, 2-5 1 - Elmira College Tournament 1981-82 | 12-17-0 11-11-0 ECAC WEST, 10-4-0 NYCHA McMaster L, 1-4 Wilfrid Laurier W, 6-4 Army L, 3-8 Guelph (CAN) L, 3-7 SUNY Oswego* L, 5-9 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 5-3 Princeton L, 1-7 New England* L, 3-4 Plattsburgh* L, 5-12 Brockport@* W, 5-3 Potsdam@* L, 3-4 (OT) Cortland@* W, 8-2 R.I.T.@* L, 5-6 (OT) Union* L, 1-5 Clarkson L, 0-8 Oswego@* L, 3-6 Buffalo@* W, 7-2 Union* W, 8-4 Hamilton* L, 3-5 Oswego@* W, 3-1 Cortland@* W, 8-4 Plattsburgh* L, 4-5 (OT) R.I.T.@* L, 3-8 Brockport@* W, 5-4 Plattsburgh* L, 5-12 Potsdam@* W, 5-2 Buffalo@* W, 4-2 Geneseo@* W, 7-4 Plattsburgh! L, 3-7

1- Elmira College Tournament @ - NYCHA Regular Season Game * - ECAC Regular Season Game ! – ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal + - ECAC Tournament Semifinal # - ECAC Championship

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? – NCAA Tournament First Round & - NCAA Tournamment Quarterfinal % - NCAA Tournament Semfinal $ - NCAA Tournament Championship ^ - NCAA Third-Place Game


YEARLY RESULTS, 1981-88

1982-83 | 14-12-0 14-11-0 ECAC WEST, 9-7-0 NYCHA Colgate (EXB) L, 0-2 Army L, 3-7 Westfield St.* L, 8-9 Cornell (EXB) T, 1-1 (OT) SUNY Potsdam@* L, forfeit SUNY Geneseo@* L, forfeit New England* W, 7-2 Merrimack* L, 2-5 Canisius@* W, 11-2 SUNY Brockport@* W, 7-3 RIT@* L, 4-5 SUNY Cortland@* W, 11-1 Union* W, 4-3 UMass-Boston* L, 9-10 SUNY Oswego@* L, 5-6 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 5-2 Hamilton* W, 4-1 SUNY Cortland@* W, 5-4 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 5-3 SUNY Oswego@* L, 2-6 RIT@* W, 5-4 (OT) SUNY Brockport@* W, 13-1 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 3-6 SUNY Potsdam@* L, 4-8 Union* W, 4-1 SUNY Geneseo@* L, 1-2 Canisius@* W, 6-2 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 7-3 1983-84 | 17-8-1 17-7-0 ECAC WEST, 15-3-0 NYCHA Army T, 3-3 (OT) SUNY Potsdam@* W, 2-1 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 8-2 Canisius@* W, 9-1 SUNY Oswego@* L, 1-3 SUNY Brockport@* W, 6-4 RIT* L, 3-5 RIT@* L, 3-5 UMass Boston1* L, 4-5 (3OT) 1 Connecticut * W, 8-3 Hamilton* L, 3-4 SUNY Cortland@* W, 6-3 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 7-1 Hobart@* W, 10-1 SUNY Cortland@* W, 3-2 (OT) SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 3-1 SUNY Brockport@* W, 8-5 RIT@* L, 3-5 SUNY Oswego@* W, 3-0 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 1-6 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 6-4 Hobart@* W, 3-1 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 7-0 Canisius@* W, 6-4 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 10-2 SUNY Plattsburgh! L, 1-6

1 - Merrimack Blue-Gold Tournament

1984-85 | 19-8-0 16-7-0 ECAC WEST, 13-5-0 NYCHA Conestoga W, 10-2 SUNY Brockport* W, 5-1 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 5-1 Guelph W, 6-2 SUNY Geneseo@* L, 3-5 Canisius@* W, 6-0 SUNY Oswego@* W, 6-5 SUNY Brockport@* W, 5-1 RIT@* L, 1-4 Hamilton* W, 6-0 Union* L, 2-7 SUNY Cortland@* W, 6-3 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 12-1 Hobart@* W, 14-0 SUNY Cortland@* W, 15-0 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 6-3 Princeton L, 1-6 SUNY Brockport@* W, 7-2 RIT@* W, 4-2 SUNY Oswego@* L, 2-3 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 5-2 SUNY Potsdam@* L, 2-5 Hobart@* W, 6-0 SUNY Geneseo@* L, 2-4 Canisius@* W, 3-2 SUNY Buffalo@* W, 7-2 Union! L, 2-3 1985-86 | 25-6-0 21-4-0 ECAC WEST, 15-3-0 NYCHA Army W, 6-2 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 3-1 Canisius@* W, 7-4 SUNY Oswego@* L, 2-3 Brockport@* W, 14-2 Iona1 W, 9-2 Connecticut1* W, 4-0 Union* W, 5-1 Canisius@* W, 3-1 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 5-3 Westfield!* W, 9-1 Holy Cross!* W, 11-3 SUNY Geneseo@* W, 4-1 SUNY Cortland@* W, 10-1 Buffalo@* W, 4-3 (OT) Hobart@* W, 5-0 SUNY Cortland@* W, 6-2 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 5-4 Brockport@* W, 14-0 R.I.T@* L, 5-6 Oswego@* W, 5-4 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 1-7 Hobart@* W, 4-0 SUNY Potsdam@* W, 6-2 Buffalo@* W, 10-3 R.I.T.@* L, 4-7 Hamilton* W, 7-2 Canisius! W, 6-3 Plattsburgh+ L, 2-3 Bemidji& L, 2-4 Bemidji& W, 5-3 Bemidji& (Mini) L, 0-3 1 - Elmira College Classic

1986-87 | 15-9-0 14-8-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Potsdam* W, 6-1 Union* L, 3-6 SUNY Oswego* L, 7-8 New England1* W, 5-1 1 SUNY Oswego * L, 2-3 (OT) Hamilton* W, 5-4 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 1-7 Canisius* W, 7-0 Mankato St. W, 3-2 (OT) SUNY Geneseo* L, 3-4 (OT) UMass-Boston* W, 5-3 Holy Cross* W, 8-5 SUNY Geneseo* W, 5-3 SUNY Buffalo* W, 10-0 Hobart* W, 10-0 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 3-4 RIT* W, 5-0 SUNY Oswego* L, 3-6 SUNY Potsdam* W, 3-0 Hobart* W, 4-2 Canisius* W, 8-0 SUNY Buffalo* W, 8-1 RIT* L, 1-3 SUNY Oswego! L, 3-4 1 - Elmira College Tournament 1987-88 | 27-6-0 20-2-0 ECAC WEST St. Bonaventure* W, 6-2 SUNY Potsdam* W, 6-2 Guelph (CAN) W, 4-2 Union* W, 5-1 SUNY Oswego* W, 4-2 Hobart* W, 6-0 A.I.C.1* W, 6-4 1 North Adams W, 7-3 U.S. Int’l San Diego L, 3-4 (OT) Canisius* W, 13-2 R.P.I. L, 1-10 2 Salem St. * W, 5-3 UMass-Boston2* W, 3-2 Babson* L, 3-6 St. Bonaventure* W, 5-2 Geneseo* W, 9-1 Plattsburgh* W, 4-0 Hamilton* W, 6-3 R.I.T.* W, 4-0 Oswego* L, 1-4 Potsdam* W, 15-4 Hobart* W, 6-4 Canisius* W, 9-2 Plattsburgh* W, 7-2 R.I.T.* W, 7-1 R.I.T.+ W, 8-4 Oswego# W, 8-5 Oswego& W, 6-3 Oswego& W, 10-2 Babson% L, 3-4 Babson% W, 9-1 Babson% (Mini) W, 2-1 Wisc.-River^ L, 1-7 Wisc.-River^ W, 5-3 Wisc.-River^ (Mini) L, 0-3 1 - Elmira College Tournament 2 - UMass-Boston Tournament

@ - NYCHA Regular Season Game * - ECAC Regular Season Game ! – ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal + - ECAC Tournament Semifinal # - ECAC Championship

? – NCAA Tournament First Round & - NCAA Tournamment Quarterfinal % - NCAA Tournament Semfinal $ - NCAA Tournament Championship ^ - NCAA Third-Place Game

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1988-89 | 19-10-0 14-7-0 ECAC WEST Clarkson W, 5-3 St. Bonaventure* W, 16-1 Guelph (CAN) W, 6-2 Union* L, 3-5 SUNY Oswego* W, 5-4 (OT) Hobart* W, 7-3 New England1* W, 9-2 Michigan-Dearborn1 W, 4-3 (OT) SUNY Potsdam* W, 10-5 Colgate L, 4-12 SUNY Geneseo* W, 8-5 Hamilton* W, 7-4 Canisius* W, 8-3 UMass-Boston2* L, 3-4 Salem St.2* L, 3-4 St. Bonaventure* W, 10-1 Curry W, 6-5 Merrimack* L, 3-7 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 2-4 Princeton L, 3-6 RIT* L, 3-4 SUNY Oswego* W, 7-4 SUNY Potsdam* W, 5-2 Hobart* W, 4-3 Canisius* W, 6-2 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 6-4 RIT* L, 1-4 SUNY Oswego! W, 8-3 RIT+ L, 5-9 1 - Elmira College Tournament 2 - UMass-Boston Tournament 1989-90 | 24-8-1 19-3-1 ECAC WEST St. Bonaventure* W, 11-1 Brock (CAN)1 W, 10-4 RIT1* L, 4-5 (OT) Union* L, 2-5 SUNY Oswego* W, 7-1 Hobart* W, 7-4 North Adams2* W, 7-4 St. Anslem2* W, 8-4 SUNY Potsdam* W, 7-4 3 Mich. Dearborn L, 2-6 Kent St.3 L, 3-4 Hamilton* L, 2-5 Canisius* W, 6-3 Kent St. L, 2-5 Kent St. L, 2-7 St. Bonaventure* W, 11-0 New England* W, 7-2 St. Anselm* W, 6-5 (OT) SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 9-6 Mercyhurst* W, 6-2 RIT* W, 4-3 SUNY Oswego* W, 4-2 SUNY Potsdam* W, 7-2 Hobart* W, 7-2 Canisius* W, 6-3 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 6-5 RIT* T, 7-7 (OT) Binghamton* W, 16-0 Hamilton! W, 6-5 SUNY Oswego+ W, 7-0 SUNY Geneseo# W, 9-7 SUNY Plattsburgh& W, 5-3 SUNY Plattsburgh& L, 2-4 SUNY Plattsburgh& (Mini) L, 0-1 1 - RIT Tournament 2 - Elmira College Tournament 3 - Union College Tournament


1990-91 | 27-6-0 23-3-0 ECAC WEST St. Bonaventure* W, 10-1 Union* W, 6-5 SUNY Oswego* W, 13-1 Hobart* W, 5-3 North Adams1* W, 10-2 Salem St.1* L, 4-5 (OT) SUNY Potsdam* W, 11-4 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 4-1 St. Anselm!* W, 8-4 Williams!* W, 10-0 Hamilton* W, 8-3 SUNY Brockport* W, 8-1 A.I.C.* W, 5-1 North Adams* W, 6-2 St. Bonaventure* W, 17-1 Babson* W, 4-3 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 5-2 Mercyhurst* L, 2-6 RIT* W, 6-4 SUNY Oswego* W, 7-0 Hobart* W, 12-3 Canisius* W, 6-0 Salem St.* W, 7-4 RIT* W, 4-3 (OT) Binghamton* W, 19-0 Mercyhurst* L, 3-5 SUNY Oswego! W, 7-6 (OT) SUNY Geneseo+ W, 8-2 Mercyhurst# W, 6-3 Mercyhurst& L, 4-5 Mercyhurst& W, 7-6 Mercyhurst& (Mini) W, 2-1 (2OT) Mankato% L, 3-7 Babson^ L, 2-3

1992-93 | 26-7-0 19-5-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Cortland* W, 3-1 St. Bonaventure* W, 6-0 Waterloo W, 5-4 Southern Maine1 W, 6-2 1 Mercyhurst W, 6-4 Hobart* L, 5-7 SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 1-4 Scranton* W, 14-1 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 5-4 SUNY Potsdam* W, 5-3 SUNY Brockport* W, 11-4 Connecticut2* L, 4-6 UMass-Boston2* W, 8-6 St. Bonaventure* W, 8-3 A.I.C.* L, 3-5 SUNY Geneseo* W, 5-1 RIT* W, 8-6 SUNY Oswego* W, 8-6 Mercyhurst* L, 1-2 Hobart* W, 3-1 SUNY Fredonia* W, 4-1 Scranton* W, 9-3 Scranton* W, 9-3 Canisius* W, 5-4 Mercyhurst* W, 6-4 SUNY Oswego* W, 4-3 (OT) RIT* W, 6-5 Hobart+ W, 9-3 Canisius# W, 2-1 Salem St.& L, 2-6 Salem St.& W, 10-4 Salem St.& W, 4-0 Wisc.-Stevens Point% L, 2-7 SUNY Plattsburgh^ W, 8-3

1 - Elmira College Tournament

1- Elmira College Tournament 2 - Cod Fish Tournament

1991-92 | 21-10-0 18-4-0 ECAC WEST UMass Lowell1 L, 2-9 Army1 W, 6-5 (OT) St. Bonaventure* W, 7-3 Air Force L, 1-4 Air Force L, 5-7 Hobart* W, 6-4 SUNY Oswego* W, 9-2 New England2* W, 12-1 RIT2* W, 7-6 (OT) SUNY Plattsburgh* L, 8-9 Canisius* W, 3-0 SUNY Brockport* W, 10-2 A.I.C.* W, 6-2 3 UMass-Dartmouth W, 9-1 Salem St.3* L, 1-4 St. Bonaventure* W, 12-2 Mercyhurst* L, 7-10 Scranton* W, 18-0 Binghamton* W, 11-0 RIT* W, 8-6 SUNY Plattsburgh* W, 9-6 Hobart* W, 10-4 SUNY Oswego* W, 8-7 SUNY Potsdam* W, 3-2 Mercyhurst* L, 3-8 North Adams* W, 8-4 RIT* W, 6-4 RIT! W, 7-2 Mercyhurst+ L, 0-3 SUNY Plattsburgh& L, 1-3 SUNY Plattsburgh& L, 1-8 1 - Providence Tournament 2 - Elmira College Tournament 3 - Salem State Tournament

1993-94 | 21-6-2 9-1-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Cortland W, 10-2 Alaska-Fairbanks T, 5-5 Alaska-Fairbanks L, 2-11 SUNY Oswego1 W, 12-4 Mercyhurst1 W, 5-4 Scranton* W, 12-0 SUNY Fredonia L, 5-6 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-0 Canisius* W, 8-1 SUNY Brockport W, 5-2 SUNY Potsdam2 L, 3-5 Southern Maine2 W, 7-3 A.I.C. W, 13-5 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 5-4 Hobart* W, 10-3 RIT* W, 6-5 Mercyhurst* L, 5-8 SUNY Oswego W, 9-4 Canisius* W, 10-3 SUNY Geneseo W, 4-1 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-3 (OT) Hobart* W, 6-5 RIT* W, 9-4 Scranton* W, 20-0 Mercyhurst* W, 7-5 Mercyhurst+ W, 5-3 RIT# L, 2-5 Salem St.& L, 4-6 Salem St.& T, 4-4 (OT) 1 - Elmira College Tournament 2 - Middlebury Tournament

YEARLY RESULTS, 1988-96 1994-95 | 9-13-4 1996-97 | 15-9-5 2-4-2 ECAC WEST Clarkson L, 3-8 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 9-6 SUNY Cortland W, 5-4 SUNY Oswego W, 7-4 Alabama-Huntsville L, 2-6 Alabama-Huntsville W, 7-6 Union L, 1-7 SUNY Potsdam1 W, 9-4 1 Wisc.-Eau Claire L, 6-7 Canisius* L, 4-7 SUNY Fredonia L, 1-11 SUNY Oswego L, 4-7 Alabama-Huntsville L, 5-7 Alabama-Huntsville T, 2-2 (OT) RIT* L, 4-10 A.I.C. W, 5-4 (OT) Army T, 5-5 (OT) Mercyhurst* L, 6-7 (OT) Canisius* T, 3-3 (OT) SUNY Geneseo W, 7-4 Hobart* W, 9-6 Hobart* W, 6-5 (OT) RIT* T, 5-5 (OT) SUNY Plattsburgh L, 4-6 Mercyhurst* L, 6-7 (OT) Mercyhurst+ L, 4-5 1 - Elmira College Invitational 1995-96 | 13-13-0 4-4-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-2 SUNY Cortland W, 4-2 SUNY Fredonia1 W, 4-3 RIT1 L, 4-10 Air Force L, 5-7 Air Force W, 5-4 St. Anselm2 L, 4-5 (OT) Williams2 W, 6-4 Buffalo State W, 8-5 SUNY Fredonia W, 4-2 Hamilton3 L, 6-7 (OT) SUNY Oswego3 L, 5-8 SUNY Potsdam L, 3-7 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-6 SUNY Oswego W, 3-2 (OT) RIT* L, 4-5 Canisius* L, 3-6 Alabama-Huntsville L, 2-4 Mercyhurst* L, 1-6 SUNY Geneseo W, 6-0 Hobart* W, 5-3 Hobart* W, 5-3 Canisius* W, 9-2 RIT* W, 6-3 Mercyhurst* L, 2-5 RIT+ L, 6-10 1 - RIT Tournament 2 - Bowdoin Tournament 3 - Elmira College Tournament

5-3-2 ECAC WEST SUNY Cortland W, 6-5 (OT) SUNY Oswego W, 5-4 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 6-5 Hobart* W, 7-2 Buffalo State W, 4-1 Niagara* L, 2-7 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-3 Bentley1 W, 10-4 Colby1 W, 5-4 (OT) Canisius* T, 4-4 (OT) SUNY Fredonia2 T, 3-3 (OT) Hamilton2 L, 4-8 3 Trinity W, 6-5 Niagara3 L, 2-3 SUNY Potsdam L, 3-4 Mercyhurst* W, 4-3 SUNY Oswego L, 2-7 RIT* W, 6-3 Niagara* W, 6-5 Canisius* T, 3-3 (OT) Hobart* W, 8-2 SUNY Geneseo T, 3-3 (OT) RIT* L, 1-2 SUNY Fredonia L, 3-5 Mercyhurst* L, 3-5 Mercyhurst+ W, 8-5 RIT^ W, 5-4 (OT) St. John’s& T, 2-2 (OT) St. John’s& L, 2-4 1 - Colby College Tournament 2 - Hamilton College Tournament 3 - Elmira College Tournament 1997-98 | 14-11-0 4-6-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Cortland SUNY Fredonia Niagara* Buffalo State SUNY Plattsburgh Bowdoin1 Williams1 Canisius* Hamilton Ryerson2 Wisc. Eau-Claire2 Mercyhurst* SUNY Fredonia SUNY Oswego SUNY Potsdam RIT* SUNY Plattsburgh Niagara* SUNY Oswego Canisius* SUNY Geneseo RIT* Hobart* Hobart* Mercyhurst*

W, 9-0 L, 2-7 L, 1-3 W, 8-3 W, 6-5 W, 5-2 W, 6-5 L, 1-2 L, 3-4 W, 4-1 L, 2-6 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 W, 5-3 W, 7-1 L, 1-3 L, 1-7 L, 3-6 W, 8-5 L, 4-8 W, 6-2 L, 2-4 W, 3-2 W, 5-2 W, 4-3

1 - Bowdoin Tournament 2 - Elmira College Tournament

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YEARLY RESULTS, 1996-04 2000-01 | 16-10-0

1998-99 | 16-8-2 4-1-1 ECAC WEST SUNY Fredonia W, 12-1 Alabama-Huntsville L, 1-5 Alabama-Huntsville L, 7-8 Buffalo State W, 8-2 Hobart* W, 9-1 SUNY Cortland W, 9-0 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 3-6 Southern Maine1 W, 10-2 1 Mercyhurst W, 1-0 (OT) Hamilton W, 5-3 Middlebury L, 1-2 SUNY Oswego L, 3-7 Connecticut College W, 5-4 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 5-9 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-4 SUNY Fredonia W, 7-1 Williams T, 4-4 (OT) SUNY Cortland W, 13-2 SUNY Oswego W, 7-3 RIT* T, 4-4 (OT) Mercyhurst* W, 7-4 SUNY Geneseo W, 5-3 RIT* L, 4-6 Hobart* W, 6-1 Mercyhurst* W, 7-4 Mercyhurst+ L, 4-7 1 - Elmira College Tournament 1999-00 | 21-6-0 5-1-0 ECAC West SUNY Oswego L, 2-3 SUNY Fredonia W, 6-2 Wisc.-Superior L, 0-4 Wisc.-Superior W, 2-1 Hobart* W, 6-3 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 3-8 SUNY Brockport1 W, 6-4 New England1 W, 9-4 Hamilton W, 6-3 Trinity W, 4-2 Connecticut W, 9-3 St. Michael’s2 W, 5-3 SUNY Plattsburgh2 L, 3-4 (OT) SUNY Geneseo W, 7-1 RIT* W, 3-2 (OT) Williams W, 4-2 SUNY Fredonia W, 4-0 SUNY Cortland W, 4-0 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-4 Manhattanville* W, 7-3 SUNY Brockport W. 9-0 Wayne State W, 6-3 RIT* L, 1-3 Manhattanville* W, 9-3 Hobart* W, 12-2 Manhattanville+ W, 7-0 RIT^ L, 1-3 1 - Elmira College Tournament 2 - Pepsi Cardinal Classic at SUNY Plattsburgh

3-3-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Oswego L, 3-7 Wisc.-Superior L, 3-4 Wisc.-Superior L, 3-4 Lebanon Valley W, 7-1 Hobart* W, 6-3 SUNY Brockport W, 12-3 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-5 Wisc.-Stevens Point1 L, 4-6 1 St. Thomas L, 4-6 Hamilton W, 7-4 SUNY Oswego W, 3-1 Williams W, 6-3 Saint Anselm2 W, 10-6 UMass-Boston2 W, 8-2 Wentworth W, 6-2 SUNY Geneseo W, 8-6 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-1 SUNY Fredonia W, 7-3 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-1 SUNY Cortland W, 4-3 RIT* L, 3-4 (OT) Manhattanville* L, 2-4 RIT* L, 1-7 Hobart* W, 8-2 Manhattanville* W, 7-5 Manhattanville+ L, 5-6 1 - Elmira College Invitational 2 - Codfish Bowl Tournament at UMass-Boston 2001-02 | 18-9-0 8-2-0 ECAC WEST Wisc.-Stevens Point W, 6-3 Wisc.-Stevens Point L, 2-5 Neumann* W, 10-1 Hobart* W, 8-5 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 2-1 St. Norbert1 W, 5-4 (OT) St. John’s1 L, 7-8 (OT) SUNY Oswego L, 6-9 Utica* W, 7-0 Williams L, 1-2 (OT) Amherst W, 5-4 2 St. Thomas W, 6-1 Gustavus Adolphus2 L, 5-6 Lebanon Valley L, 3-6 SUNY Geneseo W, 11-0 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 4-1 SUNY Potsdam W, 7-3 RIT* W, 4-2 Hamilton W, 3-1 Neumann* W, 14-0 Utica* W, 5-1 Manhattanville* W, 3-2 RIT* L, 3-4 Manhattanville* L, 1-2 Hobart* W, 12-1 Manhattanville+ W, 4-3 RIT^ L, 1-2 1 - Elmira College Tournament 2 - Johnson & Wales Invitational

2002-03 | 18-8-2 6-3-1 ECAC WEST St. Norbert L, 2-6 St. Norbert L, 2-8 SUNY Oswego* W, 4-3 (OT) Marian W, 10-2 Marian L, 4-5 (OT) Utica* W, 4-3 SUNY Plattsburgh T, 5-5 (OT) Lebanon Valley W, 7-0 Utica* W, 8-4 SUNY Oswego L, 3-5 Johnson & Wales1 W, 11-3 Williams W, 7-3 Amherst W, 5-3 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-4 SUNY Geneseo W, 5-2 Manhattanville* W, 10-1 Hamilton W, 3-2 Curry W, 7-3 Hobart* L, 5-6 RIT* T, 5-5 (OT) RIT* L, 3-5 Hobart* L, 3-5 Neumann* W, 12-3 Neumann* W, 9-3 Manhattanville* W, 5-4 Manhattanville+ W, 5-3 RIT^ W, 4-3 Middlebury& L, 1-5 1 - at Coach USA Center in Elmira, NY 2003-04 | 11-12-2 4--6-0 ECAC WEST Seneca (Exh.) W, 5-3 SUNY Oswego L, 4-6 SUNY Oswego T, 5-5 (OT) Manhattanville* L, 2-4 Neumann* W, 7-3 Manhattanville* L, 2-4 Neumann* W, 7-3 RIT* L, 0-4 Hobart* L, 5-8 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-3 Trinity L, 3-6 1 Stonehill W, 4-1 Babson1 W, 3-1 Johnson & Wales W, 14-0 Wentworth W, 3-1 2 Norwich L, 1-7 SUNY Oswego2 W, 6-3 Curry T, 2-2 (OT) SUNY Potsdam W, 9-7 SUNY Geneseo L, 4-7 Lebanon Valley W, 7-1 Hamilton L, 5-6 (OT) Utica* W, 4-3 Hobart* L, 2-5 RIT* L, 4-5 Utica* L, 4-7 Neumann* W, 10-1 Manhattanville* W, 7-2 1 - Babson Tournament 2 - Times-Argus Invitational at Norwich University

2004-05 | 11-12-3 6-5-1 ECAC WEST Wilfrid Laurier (Exh.) W, 5-3 SUNY Geneseo L, 5-6 (OT) SUNY Oswego T, 3-3 (OT) SUNY Oswego T, 2-2 (OT) Utica* L, 8-9 Neumann* W, 4-2 Lebanon Valley* W, 6-3 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 2-6 SUNY Cortland W, 7-2 Lebanon Valley* W, 6-2 Utica* L, 2-6 Johnson & Wales W, 8-1 Wentworth W, 10-1 Norwich1 L, 3-4 (OT) Lake Forest1 W, 6-2 SUNY Potsdam2 L, 4-7 SUNY Brockport L, 2-3 SUNY Geneseo3 L, 1-5 RIT* L, 3-4 Hamilton W, 5-2 Manhattanville* T, 1-1 (OT) Manhattanville* L, 2-4 Neumann* W, 8-1 Hobart* L, 5-8 RIT* W, 7-6 (OT) Hobart* W, 6-3 Utica+ L, 3-4 (OT) 1 - Times-Argus Invitational at Norwich University 2 - in Massena, NY 3 - at First Arena in Elmira, NY 2005-06 | 18-9-2 8-6-1 ECAC WEST Wilfrid Laurier (Exh.) W, 3-2 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 3-2 SUNY Oswego W, 5-1 SUNY Oswego L, 3-5 Manhattanville* L, 4-7 Utica* L, 1-2, (OT) Hobart* L, 5-7 Lebanon Valley* W, 9-2 Neumann* L, 1-2 SUNY Potsdam T, 1-1 (OT) SUNYBrockport W, 6-3 Trinity1 L, 3-6 Skidmore1 W, 3-1 SUNY Cortland W, 6-2 SUNY Geneseo W, 4-2 Utica* L, 0-2 Utica* T, 1-1 (OT) Hamilton W, 2-1 (OT) Hobart* W, 4-2 Neumann* W, 5-3 Neumann* W, 4-3 (OT) Manhattanville* L, 1-5 Manhattanville* W, 1-0 Hobart* W, 6-1 Lebanon Valley* W, 7-3 Lebanon Valley* W, 3-1 Hobart2+ W, 4-3 Utica2^ W, 3-2 Manhattanville& W, 2-1 (OT) Middlebury% L, 1-2 1 - Cardinal Classic at SUNY Plattsburgh 2 - in Manhattanville, NY

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2006-07 | 13-10-4 7-6-2 ECAC West SUNY Oswego L, 1-2 SUNY Oswego L, 2-5 Manhattanville* L, 3-4 Utica* L, 1-3 Buffalo State W, 5-2 Hobart* L, 1-4 SUNY Plattsburgh T, 2-2 (OT) Lebanon Valley* W, 5-2 Neumann L, 4-6 SUNY Potsdam W, 4-2 St. Thomas1 W, 7-3 SUNY Oswego1 L, 1-4 Lebanon Valley* W, 8-4 Lebanon Valley* W, 8-2 SUNY Brockport T 2-2 (OT) SUNY Geneseo W, 4-2 Utica* W, 4-2 Utica* T, 1-1 (OT) Hamilton W, 5-3 Neumann* L, 2-3 (OT) Neumann* W, 7-6 Hobart* W, 3-2 Hobart* L, 2-7 Manhattanville* T, 1-1 (OT) Manhattanville* W, 5-3 Hobart! W, 5-4 (OT) Manhattanville+ L, 3-5

2008-09 | 16-8-3 9-3-3 ECAC WEST SUNY Morrisville W, 7-1 SUNY Oswego W, 3-2 SUNY Plattsburgh L, 6-3 SUNY Oswego L, 6-4 Hobart W, 4-2 Neumann W, 3-1 Lebanon Valley W, 7-0 Hobart W, 4-3 Manhattanville L, 4-5 (OT) Utica* W, 4-2 Gustavus Adolphus1 L, 4-1 Neumann1 W, 4-2 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-3 SUNY Geneseo W, 2-1 SUNY Morrisville W, 10-1 Hamilton W, 8-0 Neumann* T, 2-2 (OT) Neumann* W, 9-2 Manhattanville* W, 4-1 Manhattanville* T, 1-1 (OT) Hobart* L, 3-2 Lebanon Valley* W, 9-2 Lebanon Valley* W, 3-1 Utica* T, 4-4 (OT) Utica* L, 4-3 Neumann+ L, 2-1 Neumann? L, 2-1

1 - Pathfinder Bank Oswego Hockey Classic

1 - Times-Argus Invitational at Norwich University

2007-08 | 20-4-5 10-3-2 ECAC WEST SUNY Oswego W, 2-1 SUNY Oswego T, 4-4 (OT) Lebanon Valley* W, 4-2 Neumann* W, 3-2 Buffalo State W, 3-0 SUNY Plattsburgh W, 3-2 Utica* W, 5-2 Manhattanville* W, 4-3 SUNY Potsdam W, 3-0 SUNY Brockport T, 4-4 (OT) West. New England W, 8-0 Morrisville State W, 5-1 SUNY Geneseo W, 6-1 Lebanon Valley* W, 4-1 Lebanon Valley* W, 8-1 Hamilton W, 4-0 Utica* W, 4-3 (OT) Utica* W, 4-2 Neumann* W, 5-3 Neumann* L, 0-1 Hobart* T, 3-3 (OT) Manhattanville* T, 2-2 (OT) Manhattanville* W, 5-1 Hobart* L, 1-3 Hobart* T, 3-3 (OT) Hobart+ W, 6-3 Manhattanville^ L, 0-1 Trinity& W, 6-1 SUNY Plattsburgh% L, 3-6

2009-10 | 19-9-1 11-4-0 ECAC WEST SUNY Oswego L, 2-7 SUNY Oswego W, 2-1 SUNY Morrisville L, 1-2 SUNY Morrisville W 6-2 SUNY Fredonia W, 4-3 Neumann * W, 6-2 Lebanon Valley * W, 4-2 Hobart * W, 3-2 Hobart * W, 2-0 Manhattanville * W, 5-4 Utica * W, 8-1 1 MSOE W, 4-2 SUNY Oswego1 L, 1-3 SUNY Plattsburgh T, 1-1 (OT) SUNY Potsdam W, 10-3 SUNY Cortland W, 3-0 Lebanon Valley * W, 5-0 Lebanon Valley * W, 6-3 Utica * W, 7 -3 Utica * W, 6-1 Hobart * L, 3-5 Neumann * L, 1-4 Neumann * L, 3-4 Manhattanville * W, 3-2 Manhattanville * L, 0-1 Neumann+ W, 4-2 Manhattanville^ L, 4-3 (OT) Curry? W, 4-1 Norwich& L, 1-2 (OT) 1- Oswego Pathfinder Classic

YEARLY RESULTS, 2004-13 2010-11 | 17-7-4 2012-13 | 10-16 8-3-1 ECAC WEST SUNY Oswego L, 1-4 SUNY Oswego L, 2-4 SUNY Morrisville W, 9-2 Manhattanville* W, 2-1 Utica* W, 6-0 Neumann* L, 0-1 Curry T, 4-4 (OT) Hobart* L, 5-6 SUNY Brockport W, 8-4 Southern Maine1 T, 3-3 (OT) Skidmore1 L, 2-4 SUNY Fredonia W, 5-4 (OT) Neumann* W, 4-2 SUNY Cortland W, 5-1 SUNY Plattsburgh T, 2-2 (OT) SUNY Fredonia W, 3-1 SUNY Geneseo W, 4-3 Utica* W, 5-1 Manhattanville* W, 3-1 Manhattanville* W, 4-3 SUNY Cortland W, 6-4 Hobart* W, 3-0 Hobart* W, 4-0 Neumann* L, 2-4 Utica* T, 3-3 (OT) Hobart+ W, 5-2 Neumann^ W, 5-1 Adrian& L, 3-5 1 - Skidmore Tournament 2011-12 | 15-9-3 8-2-2 ECAC WEST SUNY Oswego L, 3-7 SUNY Oswego L, 2-6 Utica* W, 3-1 Manhattanville* W, 6-3 Neumann* W, 4-2 Hobart* W, 5-3 Middlebury1 W, 3-2 1 Norwich L, 2-5 Neumann* W, 3-2 (OT) SUNY Fredonia W, 4-1 SUNY Brockport L, 3-4 (OT) SUNY Geneseo L, 2-4 Fitchburg State2 T, 1-1 (OT) Morrisville State2 W, 4-1 SUNY Fredonia W, 2-1 SUNY Morrisville W, 5-1 SUNY Morrisville W, 5-2 Utica* T, 2-2 (OT) SUNY Cortland W, 6-2 Manhattanville* W, 7-2 Manhattanville* L, 3-4 Hobart* W, 6-4 Hobart* L, 4-5 Utica* W, 6-3 Neumann* T, 2-2 (OT) Neumann+ L. 4-5 SUNY Oswego& L, 0-5 1 - Primelink Tournament at Middlebury College 2 - Norwich Classic

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5-10 ECAC WEST Oswego State L 0-9 Neumann* W 3-2 (OT) Neumann* L 3-5 SUNY Geneseo W 4-3 SUNY Brockport W 5-4 Utica* L 2-11 Utica* W 7-4 Manhattanville* L 2-5 Manhattanville* L 5-7 Fredonia State L 2-4 Fredonia State W 4-1 Amherst1 L 1-5 1 Wesleyan L 2-5 Oswego State L 2-5 Morrisville State W 8-5 Morrisville State W 9-4 Nazareth* W 9-5 Utica* L 4-6 Hobart* L 1-4 Hobart* L 3-6 Nazareth W 2-0 Nazareth* W 5-2 Neumann* L 2-6 Manhattanville2* L 1-5 Hobart* L 1-6 Manhattanville2! L 1-9 1 - Cardinal Classic at SUNY Plattsburgh 2 - at Terry Conners Rink in Stamford, CT 2013-14 | 16-10-1 9-5-1 ECAC WEST Neumann* W, 4-2 Manhattanville* L, 2-4 Utica* L, 3-4 Nazareth* W, 4-2 Brockport L, 2-5 Oswego State L, 3-7 Fredonia State W, 5-0 Nazareth* W, 6-3 Nazareth* W, 3-2 Buffalo State1 L, 0-3 Fitchburg State1 W, 4-3 Buffalo State L, 4-5 SUNY Geneseo W, 5-1 SUNY Cortland W, 7-5 Oswego State W, 3-2 Fredonia State L, 4-5 Neumann* W, 5-2 Neumann* W, 7-3 Utica* W, 7-6 (OT) Utica* L, 2-3 Hobart* W, 5-3 Manhattanville* T, 1-1 (OT) Manhattanville* W, 7-4 Hobart* L, 2-3 (OT) Hobart* L, 4-5 (OT) Hobart+ W, 5-3 Utica^ W, 5-2 # Skidmore Invitational

? – NCAA Tournament First Round & - NCAA Tournamment Quarterfinal % - NCAA Tournament Semfinal $ - NCAA Tournament Championship ^ - NCAA Third-Place Game


YEARLY RESULTS, 2013-15

2014-15 | 12-12-3 5-8-2 ECAC WEST Neumann* L, 2-3 (OT) Manhattanville* T, 1-1 (OT) Utica* W, 4-3 Hobart* W, 4-2 Hobart* L, 2-4 Amherst L, 4-5 Babson L, 1-2 Fredonia W, 7-2 Nazareth* T, 4-4 (OT) Wesleyan1 W, 7-6 Buffalo State W, 6-4 SUNY Geneseo W, 3-2 SUNY Brockport L, 3-5 SUNY Potsdam W. 5-2 Oswego State T, 2-2 (OT) Salve Regina W, 4-3 Manhattanville* L, 1-3 Manhattanville* W, 5-2 Nazareth* L, 2-5 Nazareth* L, 1-2 Neumann* L, 4-7 Neumann* W, 6-5 Utica* L, 2-3 Utica* W, 2-1 (OT) Hobart* L, 1-2 Utica! W, 5-2 Hobart+ L, 1-5 1 - at First Arena in Elmira, NY 2015-16 | 11-12-3 4-9-2 ECAC WEST Neumann* L, 6-7 (OT) Manhattanville* L, 1-4 Utica* L, 3-4 Nazareth* W, 5-2 Hobart* L, 3-5 Hobart* W, 4-3 Amherst W, 6-3 Babson W, 5-3 SUNY Potsdam W, 5-3 Wesleyan W, 6-1 Trinity L, 1-2 (OT) Brockport W, 4-3 SUNY Geneseo W, 5-1 Buffalo State T, 2-2 (OT) Salve Regina1 L, 1-3 1 Curry W, 4-1 Manhattanville* L, 4-5 (OT) Neumann* T, 2-2 (OT) Neumann* L, 3-5 Nazareth* L, 2-4 Nazareth* W, 4-3 (OT) Utica* T, 2-2 (OT) Utica* W, 3-2 (OT) Manhattanville* L, 2-5 Hobart* L, 2-5 Utica! L, 3-5 1 - Martha’s Vineyard Savings Bank College Hockey Showdown in Oak Bluffs, MA

@ - NYCHA Regular Season Game * - ECAC Regular Season Game ! – ECAC Tournament Quarterfinal + - ECAC Tournament Semifinal # - ECAC Championship

Elmira celebrates a 5-3 victory over No. 3-ranked Babson College at the Murray Athletic Center on November 29, 2015. It marked the highest-ranked opponent EC had defeated since a win over then-No. 1 Oswego State on October 26, 2007.

Brian Depp ’16 pops the water bottle off the back of the net with the gamewinning goal on an overtime penalty shot, as the Soaring Eagles dispatched Utica College on Class of 2016 Recognition Day at the MAC on February 14, 2016.

? – NCAA Tournament First Round & - NCAA Tournamment Quarterfinal % - NCAA Tournament Semfinal $ - NCAA Tournament Championship ^ - NCAA Third-Place Game

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SOARING EAGLES IN THE PROS YEAR TEAM Jeff Angelidis ’00 2000-01 Odessa Jackalopes 2005-06 Kaufbeuren ESV 2005-06 Feldkirch VEU 2006-07 Jacksonville Baracudas

LEAGUE

GP G

A PTS. PM

WPHL Germany2 Austria2 SPHL

1 26 4 34

0 3 2 12

0 8 0 22

Dan Archambeault ’81 1982-83 Sudrets Hockey Club

Sweden

31

19 37 56 0

Jeremy Baker ’96 1996-97 Waco Wizards 1996-97 Columbus Cottonmouths 1996-97 Hunington Blizzard 1997-98 B. C. Icemen 1998-99 Mohawk Valley Prowlers

WPHL CHL ECHL UHL UHL

6 8 4 59 22

2 1 0 16 5

Hank Banas ’88 1988-89 Erie Panthers

ECHL

60 39 32 71 76

Mark Biesenthal ’99 1998-99 Augusta Lynx 1999-00 Alexandria Warthogs 2000-01 Birmingham Bulls 2001-02 Paisley Pirates 2001-02 Atlantic City Boardwalk 2001-02 Mobile Mysticks

ECHL WPHL ECHL BNL ECHL ECHL

8 24 39 15 1 7

Ron Bisplinghoff ’78 1978-79 Vajxo HC 1978-79 Tranas HC 1979-80 Tranas HC

Sweden Sweden Sweden

Stats not available Stats not available Stats not available

Rich Bopray ’82 1986-87 Bournemouth Stags 1986-87 Slough Jets 1987-88 Slough Jets 1988-89 Slough Jets 1989-90 Slough Jets 1993-94 Slough Jets

BHL BHL BHL BHL BHL BHL

3 9 5 14 6 26 79 67 146 51 28 85 82 167 46 14 31 36 67 14 32 64 75 139 44 12 14 10 24 14

Josh Burnell ’14 2014-15 Fuessen EV 2015-16 ESV Kaufbeuren

GerObL Germ 2

43 40 38 78 46 48 22 13 35 10

Pat Carli ’88 1988-89

ECHL

26 2 9 11 23

Bernie Cassell ’92 1992-93 Fargo-Moorehead Express AHA 1993-94 Jacksonville Bullets SuHL 1993-94 St. Thomas Wildcats CoHL

30 18 19 37 16 24 7 14 21 6 27 11 8 19 19

Erie Panthers

Jason Cassells ’05 2004-05 Elmira Jackals UHL 2005-06 Richmond RiverDogs UHL 2005-06 Elmira Jackals UHL 2006-07 Bloomington PraireThunder UHL 2006-07 Jacksonville Barracudas SPHL 2007-08 Twin City Cyclones SPHL 2008-09 Telford Tigers EPIHL 2008-09 Edinburgh Capitals EIHL 2009-10 Swindon Wildcats EPIHL 2009-10 Peterborough Phantoms EPIHL 2010-11 Mississippi Surge SPHL 2011-12 Montpellier France2 David Chiappelli ’88 1988-89 Carolina Thunderbirds ECHL

18 52 18 2 50 52 33 18 36 8 46 26

0 4 11 6 0 1

1 5 1 0 18 22 24 4 13 3 15 13

0 11 2 34

1 3 0 1 1 1 25 41 4 9

2 2 10 14 8 19 16 22 0 0 1 2

1 2 8 13 1 2 0 0 23 41 40 62 42 66 16 20 31 44 6 9 22 37 22 35

0 0 6 30

5 2 0 14 10

6 19 87 74 0 0

8 30 8 2 65 50 90 8 106 2 34 58

SPHL SPHL SPHL

1 0 21 3 29 6

0 0 0 9 12 4 9 15 24

ECHL ECHL ECHL RHI CHL ECHL RHI MLRH UHL UHL

17 38 60 12 33 20 21 18 1 1

4 0 5 5 2 0 4 5 0 0

5 9 45 8 8 72 18 23 88 25 30 12 11 13 22 5 5 5 14 18 39 11 16 10 0 0 0 0 0 0

Eric David ’15 2014-15 Fayetteville FireAntz 2015-16 Nantes Corsair 2016-17 Tours

SPHL France 2 France 2

9 0 25 4 -- --

0 0 4 7 11 24 -- -- --

Brian Depp ’16 2016-17 Huntsville Havoc

SPHL

--

--

--

--

--

Nic Dumoulin ’08 2007-08 Elmira Jackals 2008-09 Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees 2009-10 SC Riessersee 2010-11 EC Selzburgh Red Bulls 2010-11 Landshut Cannibals 2011-12 Saguenay Marquis 2011-12 Farnham Desjardins 2012-13 Trois Rivieres 2012-13 Jonquière Marquis 2013-14 Trois-Rivières Viking 2014-15 Trois-Rivières CNS 2014-15 Rivière-du-Loup 3L 2015-16 Thetford Mines Assurancia 2016-17 Laval Prédateurs

ECHL CHL Germ 2 Austria Germ 2 LNAH LHSCE LNAH LNAH LNAH LNAH LNAH LNAH LNAH

3 63 51 6 43 20 8 39 21 38 14 11 37 --

0 17 11 0 4 7 0 9 4 11 7 5 3 --

0 41 21 0 14 17 5 23 9 32 14 9 23 --

0 58 32 0 18 24 5 32 13 43 21 14 26 --

2 97 122 6 91 14 2 40 10 60 28 18 36 --

David Evans ’97 1997-98 Baton Rouge Kingfish 1997-98 Washington Power 1998-99 Mohawk Valley Prowlers

ECHL MLRH UHL

45 15 22 37 39 12 14 12 26 16 72 19 25 44 72

RHI CoHL CoHL

3 0 13 3 35 5

3 3 4 4 7 2 6 11 29

AHL ECHL ECHL

4 2 5 2 11 3

0 3 2

UHL UHL SPHL UHL

7 52 14 39

12 17 16 8 10 12 58 67 103 8 8 18 32 38 38 8 11 53

John Clewlow ’12 2012-13 Fayetteville FireAntz 2013-14 Fayetteville FireAntz 2013-14 Sydney Ice Dogs 2014-15 Fayetteville FireAntz

56 56 23 42

20 19 23 19

Dean Jackson ’03 2002-03 Elmira Jackals 2003-04 Elmira Jackals 2004-05 Fayetteville FireAnts 2004-05 Elmira Jackals

40 57 64 37

A PTS. PM

Sean Cowan ’91 1991-92 Toldeo Storm 1991-92 Raleigh Icecaps 1992-93 Raleigh Icecaps 1992-93 Connecticut Coasters 1993-94 Dallas Freeze 1993-94 Richmond Renegades 1993-94 Sacramento River Rats 1997-98 New York Riot 1999-00 B. C. Iceman 2003-04 Adirondack IceHawks

36 5 43 2 55 9 32 0 28 6 26 3

40 37 45 30

GP G

5 0 0 0 18 46 6 6 12 140 45 1 8 9 223 9 0 5 5 53 5 0 1 1 2 60 5 15 20 363 45 13 16 29 285 9 0 7 7 32 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 39 0 3 3 25 42 7 11 18 291 1 0 1 1 0 12 11 29 40 30 61 5 12 17 276 16 0 1 1 48 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 17 2 0 0 0 2

Mike Clarke ’03 2003-04 Edinburgh Capitals BNL 2004-05 Alaska Aces ECHL 2005-06 Fayetteville FireAntz SPHL 2006-07 Bloomington PraireThunder UHL 2006-07 Fayetteville FireAntz SPHL 2008-09 Tours France

20 18 22 11

LEAGUE

Jason Courtemanche ’93 1992-93 Connecticut Coasters RHI 1993-94 Nashville Knights ECHL 1994-95 Nashville Knights ECHL 1994-95 Phoenix Cobras RHI 1995-96 San Diego Gulls WCHL 1995-96 Johnstown Chiefs ECHL 1996-97 San Diego Gulls WCHL 1996-97 Orlando Jackals RHI 1996-97 Utah Grizzles IHL 1996-97 Houston Aeros IHL 1996-97 Long Beach Ice Dogs IHL 1997-98 San Diego Gulls WCHL 1997-98 Anaheim Bullfrogs MLRH 1997-98 Tampa Bay Rollin’ Thunder MLRH 1998-99 San Diego Gulls WCHL 2003-04 Bakersfield Condors ECHL 2004-05 San Diego Gulls WCHL 2005-06 San Diego Gulls ECHL 2005-06 Fort Worth Brahmas CHL

Peter Feola ’94 1993-94 Sacramento River Rats 1994-95 Muskegon Fury 1994-95 Utica Blizzard Mike Haviland ’90 1989-90 Binghamton Whalers 1990-91 Richmond Renegades 1990-91 Winston-Salem Thunderbirds

SPHL SPHL AIHL SPHL

3 0 3 3 4

YEAR TEAM John Clewlow ’12 (continued) 2015-16 Fayetteville FireAntz 2015-16 Pensacole Ice Flyers 2015-16 Knoxville Ice Bears

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1 7 9 10

1 13 3 4

2 5 5 2 20 12 14

0 2 6 0 12 10 8


SOARING EAGLES IN THE PROS YEAR TEAM Dean Jackson ’03 (continued) 2005-06 Fayetteville FireAntz 2006-07 Richmond Renegades

LEAGUE

GP G

SPHL SPHL

56 32 44 76 46 52 16 26 42 60

Jules Jardine ’91 1992-93 Toronto Planets 1993-94 Lakeland Ice Warriors 1993-94 Oklahoma City Blazers 1993-94 Florida Hammerheads

RHI SuHL CHL RHI

7 19 21 18

Justin Joy ’07 2007-08 Richmond Renegades 2008-09 Richmond Renegades

SPHL SPHL

51 14 18 32 65 59 23 20 43 99

Kurt Kalweit ’84 1985-86 Toledo Goaldiggers 1986-87 Flint Spirits 1987-88 K-Kissat 1988-89 K-Kissat

IHL IHL Finland Finland

20 75 44 32

Chris Kavanaugh ’98 1997-98 B. C. Icemen 1998-99 B. C. Icemen 1998-99 Mohawk Valley Prowlers

UHL UHL UHL

2 0 34 1 12 0

Steve Kaye ’02 2002-03 Edinburgh Capitals 2003-04 Edinburgh Capitals 2004-05 HC Morzine 2005-06 Nybro Vikings 2005-06 HC Merano 2006-07 Ritten Renon 2008-09 Tours 2009-10 Vipiteno 2010-11 Arizona Sundogs

BNL BNL France Sweden Italy Italy France Italy-A CHL

34 35 27 5 28 32 25 27 14

Pat Kennedy ’78 1978-79 Vajxo HC 1978-79 Tranas HC 1979-80 Tranas HC

Sweden Sweden Sweden

Stats not available Stats not available Stats not available

Kyle Kirkpatrick ’95 1994-95 Raleigh Icecaps 1995-96 Raleigh Icecaps 1995-96 Hunington Blizzard 1996-97 Hunington Blizzard 1997-98 Hunington Blizzard

ECHL ECHL ECHL ECHL ECHL

8 7 52 44 10

Jarrett Konkle ’05 2004-05 Elmira Jackals UHL 2005-06 Elmira Jackals UHL 2006-07 South Carolina Stingrays ECHL 2007-08 Fresno Falcons ECHL 2008-09 Binghamton Senators AHL 2009-10 Johnstown Chiefs ECHL 2009-10 Elmira Jackals ECHL 2009-10 Alaska Aces ECHL 2010-11 HK Dartizan Beogra Slohokoj 2010-11 Stockton Thunder ECHL 2011-12 Dundee Stars EIHL 2012-13 Rapid City Rush CHL Luc Larose ’94 1993-94 Daytona Beach Sun Devils SuHL

7 74 51 41 13 4 30 10 16 39 53 63

2 1 2 5

A PTS. PM

5 7 6 9 10 10 4 6 31 8 13 12

7 35 35 20

7 14 34 69 23 58 16 36

0 0 2

22 29 19 0 21 12 9 21 2

10 78 64 41

0 0 1 34 2 21

25 47 33 62 15 34 0 0 27 48 19 31 17 26 23 44 2 4

52 42 82 4 62 56 94 50 27

1 3 4 2 0 0 0 8 5 8 13 58 1 14 15 70 1 1 2 6 3 37 8 16 1 0 9 3 17 17 22 21

2 25 13 23 2 1 16 2 12 17 27 11

5 62 21 39 3 1 25 5 29 34 49 32

0 40 34 41 0 0 27 2 20 19 34 28

1

0

0

0

2

Gord Law ’93 1993-94 Johnstown Chiefs

ECHL

2

0

0

0

2

Martin Lee ’12 2012-13 Utah Grizzlies 2012-13 San Francisco Bulls 2012-13 RT Bad Nauheim 2013-14 Utah Grizzlies 2014-15 Missouri Mavericks 2014-15 Idaho Steelheads

ECHL ECHL Germ 3 ECHL ECHL ECHL

21 8 20 68 55 10

0 0 3 4 5 1

5 0 15 21 16 4

5 0 18 25 21 5

26 7 24 32 51 16

Karl Linden ’11 2011-12 Quad City Mallards 2011-12 Evansville IceMen 2012-13 Arizona Sundogs 2012-13 Wings HC Arlanda 2013-14 Arizona Sundogs

CHL CHL CHL Sweden CHL

7 50 41 5 4

0 1 0 0 0

1 6 9 0 0

1 7 9 0 0

4 35 24 0 0

YEAR TEAM Karl Linden ’11 (continued) 2013-14 St. Charles Chill 2013-14 Wichita Thunder

LEAGUE

GP G

A PTS. PM

CHL CHL

3 0 22 0

0 0 5 5

0 6

Craig Macdonald ’05 2004-05 Elmira Jackals 2005-06 Elmira Jackals 2006-07 New Mexico Scorpions 2007-08 New Mexico Scorpions 2008-09 New Mexico Scorpions 2009-10 Bloomington PrairieThunder 2010-11 Bloomington PrairieThunder 2010-11 Arizona Sundogs

UHL UHL CHL CHL CHL IHL CHL CHL

7 70 57 60 64 4 30 20

4 8 22 34 36 4 8 15

5 15 46 63 71 4 11 20

9 209 115 57 66 4 47 14

Sean Mangan ’86 1986-87 Erie Golden Blades 1986-87 Carolina Thunderbirds 1987-88 Carolina Thunderbirds 1988-89 Knoxville Cherokees 1989-90 Knoxville Cherokees

ACHL ACHL AAHL ECHL ECHL

12 12 27 19 15

19 50 12 29 36 61 22 100 17 79

Chris Mann ’05 2004-05 Elmira Jackals 2005-06 Elmira Jackals 2005-06 Rochester Americans 2006-07 Quad City Mallards 2006-07 Elmira Jackals 2007-08 Texas Brahmas

1 7 24 29 35 0 3 5

28 26 45 59 43

7 0 9 3 2

UHL UHL AHL UHL UHL CHL

3 61 1 4 69 60

0 1 0 0 3 0

0 6 0 0 11 4

0 7 0 0 14 4

0 313 4 6 171 168

Rusty Masters ’10 2009-10 Elmira Jackals 2010-11 Mississippi Surge 2010-11 Mississippi River Kings 2011-12 Laredo Bucks 2012-13 Rapid City Rush

ECHL SPHL CHL CHL CHL

2 41 10 62 54

0 21 1 16 15

0 28 4 30 12

0 49 5 46 27

0 35 6 24 22

Paul Matheson ’96 1997-98 Madison Monsters 1999-00 Madison Kodiaks

UHL UHL

Tony McGee ’86 1996-97 El-Paso Buzzards

WPHL

John McLaren ’80 1981-82 Manchester Blackhawks

3 1

2 0

1 0

3 0

2

0

0

0 18

NenHL

1

1

Greg Moore ’92 1992-93 Bracknell Bees

BHL

36 20 28 48 113

Greg Moore ’10 2010-11 Huntsville Havoc 2010-11 Mississippi Surge 2011-12 Laredo Bucks 2011-12 Bloomington Blaze 2012-13 Dundee Stars 2013-14 Sorel-Tracy Éperviers 2013-14 Laval Braves 2014-15 Cornwall River Kings 2015-16 Cornwall River Kings

SPHL SPHL CHL CHL EIHL LNAH LNAH LNAH LNAH

1 53 38 15 52 3 29 8 7

Andrew Morris ’06 2006-07 Jacksonville Barracudas 2007-08 Jacksonville Barracudas 2007-08 Pensacola Ice Pilots

SPHL SPHL ECHL

46 7 31 5 9 0

Randy Murphy ’95 1994-95 Raleigh Icecaps 1995-96 Lakeland Prowlers 1996-97 Columbus Cottonmouths 1997-98 Columbus Cottonmouths 1998-99 Odense 1999-00 New Mexico Scorpions 2000-01 New Mexico Scorpions 2001-02 Elmira Jackals 2001-02 Syracuse Crunch 2002-03 Elmira Jackals 2003-04 Elmira Jackals 2004-05 New Mexico Scorpions 2005-06 Corpus Christi Rayz

ECHL SHL CHL CHL Denmark WPHL WPHL UHL AHL UHL UHL CHL CHL

2 0 0 0 0 60 40 69 109 35 65 36 69 105 42 70 37 63 100 64 stats unavailable 68 36 56 92 22 71 37 50 87 42 70 22 48 70 41 1 0 0 0 0 76 26 67 93 38 76 17 39 56 26 60 34 37 71 30 63 16 38 54 66

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0 3 3 1 1 0 3 0 1

0 1

0 8 3 0 4 0 5 1 2

0 11 6 1 5 0 8 1 3

0 0

0

0 10 14 2 27 2 12 0 0

22 29 68 18 23 46 1 1 6


SOARING EAGLES IN THE PROS YEAR Bill Orr ’86 1981-82

TEAM

LEAGUE

GP G

Fitchburg Trappers

ACHL

6

Geoff O’ Leary ’02 2002-03 Elmira Jackals 2002-03 Cape Fear Fire Ants 2003-04 Elmira Jackals 2004-05 Port Huron Beacons

UHL ACHL UHL UHL

Mike Parody ’87 1987-88 Carolina Thunderbirds

A PTS. PM

0

0

0

0 22 38 13

0 2 1 0

0 0 2 3

0 2 3 3

AAHL

9

1

3 4

Andy Pefhany ’90 1997-98 Fussen Lepoards 1997-98 Konigsbrunn Pinguine 1998-99 Cherbourg Vikings

S. Ger S. Ger France

1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 12 20 19 39 12

Josh Piro ’03 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11 2011-12

ECHL ECHL UHL ECHL UHL UHL SPHL SPHL SPHL Germ 3 Germ 3

38 17 1 3 22 49 56 49 16 21 20

2 4 0 0 3 3 10 9 5 23 5

4 4 0 0 1 6 27 19 2 28 23

6 8 0 0 4 9 37 28 7 51 28

4 8 0 0 17 3 109 51 8 2 61

Michael Richard ’08 2007-08 Elmira Jackals 2008-09 Twin Cities Cyclones 2009-10 Mississippi Surge 2010-11 Mississippi Surge 2011-12 1000 Islands Privateers

ECHL SPHL SPHL SPHL FHL

2 60 51 54 27

0 29 24 18 16

0 43 51 44 28

0 72 75 62 44

0 72 90 73 34

Peter Romeo ’94 1994-95 Brantford Smoke 1994-95 Thunder Bay Senators 1994-95 Johnstown Chiefs 1995-96 HC Fassa 1996-97 Bracknell Bees 1997-98 Tuscon Gila Monsters 1997-98 Columbus Cottonmouths 1997-98 Peiting 1998-99 Saginaw Gears 1998-99 Mohawk Valley Prowlers 1999-00 Basingstoke Bison

CoHL CoHL ECHL Italy BISL WCHL CHL Ger UHL UHL BNL

1 0 0 0 5 25 2 6 8 19 11 0 4 4 16 30 15 15 30 75 36 14 9 23 42 42 13 34 47 97 7 1 1 2 12 2 0 0 0 2 30 3 9 12 41 4 0 1 1 2 12 3 4 7 32

Brendan Sanders ’12 2012-13 Herforder EV 2013-14 Hannover Indians

Germ 3 Germ 3

22 18 37 55 44 32 29 45 74 30

Adrian Saul ’00 2002-03 Edinburgh Capitals 2003-04 Edinburgh Capitals 2004-05 Fife Flyers 2005-06 Merano 2006-07 Merano 2007-08 Appiano 2008-09 Tours 2009-10 Neumark 2009-10 Guildford Flames 2010-11 Herforder EV

BNL BNL BNL Italy Italy Italy France Italy EPIHL Ger 4

36 26 24 50 38 35 31 32 63 22 34 8 26 34 38 45 24 39 63 107 32 11 29 40 28 39 27 49 76 30 19 11 6 17 30 10 2 10 12 10 16 7 16 23 4 10 16 12 28 22

Brock Sawyer ’12 2012-13 Fayetteville FireAntz 2013-14 Fayetteville FireAntz 2013-14 Huntsville Havoc

SPHL SPHL SPHL

56 1 6 0 26 1

Rick Schrank ’11 2011-12 Huntsville Havoc 2012-13 Evry

SPHL France 3

42 6 11 4

Brad Shaver ’96 1997-98 Tiburg Trappers 1998-99 Crimmitschau 1999-00 Central Texas Stampede 1999-00 Waco Wizards 2000-01 Adirondack Icehawks

Hlnd Ger WPHL WPHL UHL

0 47 35 20 52

Johnstown Chiefs Florence Pride Motor City Mechanics Dayton Bombers Fort Wayne Komets Elmira Jackals Fayetteville FireAntz Twin City Cyclones Twin City Cyclones Herforder EV Herforder EV

4 0 36 25 22 9

YEAR TEAM Carter Shinkaruck ’16 2015-16 Idaho Steelheads 2016-17 Ferencváros TC

LEAGUE

GP G

A PTS. PM

ECHL MOL Liga

3 --

0 --

0 0 -- --

0 --

Justin Siebold ’05 2005-06 Jacksonville Barracudas 2005-06 Tulas Oilers 2005-06 Richmond Riverdogs 2005-06 Pee Dee Cyclones 2006-07 Quad City Mallards

SPHL CHL UHL SPHL UHL

5 5 2 24 1

2 1 0 5 0

0 1 0 10 0

2 2 0 15 0

0 2 0 38 0

Jason Silverthorn ’03 2003-04 Winston-Salem T-Birds 2003-04 San Angelo Saints 2004-05 Motor City Mechanics 2004-05 Jacksonville Barracudas 2005-06 Ruijters Eaters Geleen 2006-07 Edinburgh Capitals 2006-07 HDD ZM Olimpija 2007-08 Cardiff Devils 2008-09 Cardiff Devils 2009-10 Hull Stingrays 2010-11 Hull Stingrays 2011-12 Hull Stingrays 2012-13 Hull Stingrays 2013-14 Hull Stingrays 2014-15 Tedford Tigers 2015-16 Tedford Tigers 2016-17 Tedford Tigers

ACHL CHL UHL SPHL Netherlands EIHL Slovenia EIHL EIHL EIHL EIHL EIHL EIHL EIHL EPIHL EPIHL EPIHL

33 13 9 38 36 39 9 53 46 43 50 54 50 51 45 40 --

13 2 0 25 18 20 3 25 17 21 19 30 17 23 38 32 --

18 4 2 27 30 23 4 32 26 26 28 40 35 31 39 29 --

31 6 2 52 48 43 7 57 43 47 47 70 52 54 77 61 --

18 6 2 23 30 20 10 18 56 30 28 58 66 78 70 20 --

SPHL

--

--

--

--

--

Rob Simpson ’16 2016-17 Huntsville Havoc Timi Skaggs ’86 1987-88 Carolina Thunderbirds 1987-88 Johnstown Chiefs 1988-89 Johnstown Chiefs 1988-89 Knoxville Cherokees

AAHL AAHL ECHL ECHL

13 6 30 3

5 1 5 0

6 11 14 0 1 2 4 9 48 1 1 17

Russell Smith ’08 2007-08 Elmira Jackals 2008-09 New Mexico Scorpions 2008-09 Bloomington PrairieThunder 2008-09 Twin City Cyclones 2009-10 Bloomington PrairieThunder 2009-10 Muskegon Lumberjacks 2009-10 Dayton Gems 2010-11 Mississippi Surge

ECHL CHL IHL SPHL IHL IHL IHL SPHL

7 11 33 32 19 25 29 66

0 0 3 3 3 1 3 6

1 1 7 15 6 5 5 17

1 1 10 18 9 6 8 23

13 37 103 118 82 77 74 193

Lawne Snyder ’04 2004-05 Augusta Lynx 2005-06 Bayreuth ESV 2005-06 Florida Seals 2006-07 Florida Seals 2007-08 Fayetteville FireAntz 2007-08 Heerenveen Flyers 2008-09 Fayetteville FireAntz 2009-10 Fayetteville FireAntz 2011-12 New Jersey Outlaws

ECHL Germany SPHL SPHL SPHL HInd SPHL SPHL FHL

34 3 54 26 21 24 60 3 50

3 0 9 0 6 6 9 0 6

7 3 19 21 13 14 32 1 28

10 3 28 21 19 20 41 1 34

12 8 24 24 12 28 55 4 38

Joe Spinelli ’92 1992-93 Raleigh Icecaps 1992-93 Louisville Icehawks 1993-94 Philadelphia Bulldogs 1994-95 Philadelphia Bulldogs

ECHL ECHL RHI RHI

5 53 9 19

11 12 36 0 0 4 2 3 20

Jesper Strale ’14 2013-14 Elmira Jackals 2014-15 Huntsville Havoc 2014-15 Wings HC Arlanda 2015-16 Lindlövens IF

ECHL SPHL Sweden D1 Sweden D1

3 5 16 36

0 0 2 13

1 0 6 12

1 0 8 25

0 2 28 34

7 13 14 9 13 12

Tommy Sumi ’16 2016-17 Ferencváros TC

MOL Liga

--

--

--

--

--

George Swarbrick ’88 1988-89 Erie Panthers 1997-98 Fort Worth Fire

ECHL CHL

38 9 21 30 42 2 1 0 1 2

Jeremy Tabb ’96 1996-97 Angers

France

31 14 7 21 14

0 0 16 21 7 15 12 11 6 23

0 0 37 103 22 28 23 21 29 70

@ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 73

0 0 20 36 5 2 11 10

0 0 56 53 7 6 21 24


SOARING EAGLES IN THE PROS Alexander Taulien ’17 2015-16 Missouri Mavericks 2016-17 Peoria Rivermen

ECHL SPHL

1 --

0 --

0 0 -- --

0 --

Darcy Vaillancourt ’12 2012-13 Herforder EV 2013-14 Hannover Indians 2014-15 Hannover Scorpions 2014-15 Fayetteville FireAntz

Germ 3 Germ 3 Germ 3 SPHL

21 32 16 8

17 35 12 2

27 34 14 2

69 34 41 4

Chris Wayland ’93 1993-94 Nashville Knights

ECHL

54 2 13 15 68

Matt Weir ’92 1992-93 Medway Bears 1993-94 Thunder Bay Senators 1993-94 Utica Bulldogs

BHL CoHL CoHL

44 69 26 4

32 47 52 99 8 5 0 1 1 0 57 8 28 36 33

Kevin Willer ’12 2012-13 Mississippi RiverKings

SPHL

52 11 18 29 20

Dan Williams ’89 1989-90 Johnstown Chiefs 1991-92 St. Thomas Wildcats

ECHL CoHL

50 11 18 29 251 14 1 5 6 26

Dave Wilson ’90 1990-91 Oxford City Stars 1990-91 Murrayfield Racers 1991-92 St. Thomas Wildcats 1991-92 Indianapolis Ice

BHL BHL CoHL IHL

28 1 22 23 26 4 3 2 4 0 1 0 1 1 0 6 0 2 2 6

Glen Wisser ’91 1991-92 Dayton Bombers 1992-93 Green Bay Ice 1992-93 St. Thomas Wildcats 1993-94 Chatham Wheels 1994-95 Dallas Freeze 1995-96 Fort Worth Fire

ECHL AHA CoHL CoHL CHL CHL

23 23 10 17 29 9

Jason Silverthorn ’03, captain of the Tedford Tigers of the English Premier Ice Hockey League (EPIHL)

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7 9 1 1 2 1

7 17 4 4 13 2

14 22 26 66 5 63 5 60 15 100 3 21


ELMIRA COLLEGE ALUMNI ELMIRA COLLEGE ALUMNI IN PROFESSIONAL & COLLEGE HOCKEY

BERNIE CASSELL ’92 Skill Development Coach New York Islanders NHL

MIKE HAVILAND ’90 Head Men’s Coach Colorado College NCHC

BARRY SMITH

GREG FARGO ’06

DEAN JACKSON ’03 Asst. Women’s Coach Penn State CHA

Director of Player Development Chicago Blackhawks NHL

JAY GREEN ’80

Head Women’s Coach Colgate University ECAC

Head Women’s Coach SUNY Potsdam ECAC West

GENE REILLY ’86 Asst. Men’s Coach Colorado College NCHC

DAVID SMITH ’77

NHL Officials Association Director of Health & Wellness Canisius College - Director of Player Development @ECSOARINGEAGLES | @ECMENSHOCKEY 75

AARON SAUL ’98 Head Men’s Coach Elmira College ECAC West

MARK TAYLOR ’85 Head Men’s Coach Hobart College ECAC West


NCAA ICE HOCKEY OFFICIALS’ SIGNALS

Ice Hockey Officials’ Signals

Boarding

Strike the clenched fist of one hand into the open palm of the other hand directly in front of the chest.

Butt-Ending

Charging

Rotating clenched fists around one another in front of chest.

A crossing motion of the forearms, one moving under the other.

Delayed Offsides

Delay of Game

Hand Pass

High-Sticking

Extend arm in the air and point to line with other arm.

Holding both fists, clenched, one a short space immediately above the other to the side of the head.

A series of tugging motions with both arms, as if pulling something toward the stomach.

Kneeing

(Women’s Only) The nonwhistle hand is placed on the shoulder and then moved out and to the side.

Fighting/ Punching

Elbowing

Tapping either elbow The nonwhistle hand, palm with the opposite open, is placed across the hand. chest and then fully extended directly in front of the body.

The nonwhistle hand (open hand) and arm are placed straight down alongside the body and swung forward and up once in an underhand motion.

Hooking

Checking

Hitting From Behind

Holding

Clasp wrist of whistle hand with the other hand well in front of the chest.

Icing The back official signals the icing situation by fully extending his free arm (without whistle) at a 66˚ angle The front official shall indicate the icing is completed by extending his free arm over his head, up straight, and blowing his whistle. The back official then will move to the faceoff spot and cross arms to indicate the icing.

A single slapping of the right palm to the left knee, keeping both skate blades on the ice.

Misconduct

Keep both skates on the ice when signaling, using right hand on the leg.

Clasp wrist of whistle hand with the other hand well in front of the chest. Next, hold both fists, clenched, one a short space in front of the other at waist height.

A single forward and back motion with both fists clenched in front of the chest.

Point at the net with the nonwhistle hand, palm open.

Intentional Offside

Keep both skates on the ice when signaling, using right hand on the leg.

Spearing

A single jabbing motion with both hands together, thrust forward in front of the chest, then dropping hands to the side.

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Delayed Calling of Penalty Extend arm to upright position.

Grasping the Face Mask

A single or double motion as if grasping a face mask and pulling it down.

Interference

After blowing whistle for Crossed arms with fists offside, point toward clenched stationary in front offending team’s special spot of chest. with nonwhistle hand.

Tripping

Penalty Shot Arms crossed (fists clenched) above the head.

CrossChecking

Goal Scored

Holding the Stick

Using both hands to form a “T” in front of the chest.

Hands in the middle of the body in the shape of an “O”. Additional infraction following obstruction.

Extend arm above head and tap head with open palm.

Fist clenched, fully extending arm from the side.

Timeout/ Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Obstruction

Contact to the Head

Roughing

A double “punching” motion with fist clenched, fully extended in front . of the body.

Arm placed behind the back, elbow bent, forearm parallel to the ice surface.

Hands should be moved once from sides down to hips. Thus, point to player first, hands to hips second.

Clipping

“Wash-out”

Both arms swung shoulder height, not waist height.

Slashing

One shop with the nonwhistle hand across the straightened forearm of the other hand.


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2016-17 Elmira College Men's Ice Hockey Media Guide  

2016-17 Elmira College Men's Ice Hockey Media Guide

2016-17 Elmira College Men's Ice Hockey Media Guide  

2016-17 Elmira College Men's Ice Hockey Media Guide

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