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League Directory National Press Directory Media and Information Services League TV Schedules/Concannon Media Award Commissioner Joe Bertagna Staff and Officials League History in Headlines The History of the Lamoriello Trophy The 2013 Hockey East Championship 2012-13 Season Outlook and Preseason Poll

3 4 5 6 7 8-9 10-11 12 13 14

Boston College Boston University University of Maine University of Massachusetts UMass Lowell Merrimack College University of New Hampshire Northeastern University Providence College University of Vermont

16-17 18-19 20-21 22-23 24-25 26-27 28-29 30-31 32-33 34-35

Regular Season Quick Reference Tournament Quick Reference All-Time Tournament Results Season-by-Season Snapshots 2011-12 Season Snapshot 2011-12 Awards/Stats Superlatives

37 38 39-40 41-67 68 69-71

Player of the Year Rookie of the Year Humanitarian Award Hobey Baker Award League Awards Hockey East All-Stars Old Time All-Americans Bob Kullen Coach of Year Coaching Awards All-Academic Teams

73 74 75 76 77-78 79 80 81 82 83

GAME DAY DIRECTORY 2

Teams 15

Seasons

Awards

36

72

NCAAs 84-97 Alumni/NHL/NHL Draft 98-106 Records 107-117 2012-13 Composite Schedule 118-119

THE HOCKEY EAST ASSOCIATION 591 North Ave #2, Wakefield, MA 01880 Phone: (781) 245-2122 Fax: (781) 245-2492 HockeyEastOnline.com Commissioner

Associate Commissioner Assistant Commissioner Supervisor of Officials Chief Observer Observers Web Site Coordinator Graduate Intern Undergraduate Video Intern

Joe Bertagna Kathy Wynters Pete Souris Dan Schachte Dick DeCaprio John Jones Chuck Napoli Dan Parkhurst Kristen Blake Neil Ravin Jason Thall

Press Box Numbers Boston College Boston University Maine Massachusetts UMass Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Providence Vermont

(617) 552-4747 (617) 358-7300 (207) 581-1049 (413) 545-6139 (978) 654-7405 (978) 837-3411 (603) 862-0735 (617) 373-5561 (401) 865-1414 (802) 656-4182

SID Phone Numbers Boston College Boston University Maine Massachusetts UMass Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Providence Vermont

(617) 552-8841 (617) 353-2872 (207) 581-3646 (413) 545-1744 (978) 934-2351 (978) 837-5238 (603) 862-0730 (617) 373-3643 (401) 865-2201 (802) 656-1110

The 2012-13 Hockey East Media Guide

THIS IS HOCKEY EAST

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produced by the Hockey East Association

(Editor) Writing, design and layout: Pete Souris Special Thanks to: Kristen Blake and Andrew Zagorianakos Contributors: Joe Bertagna, Tim Clark, Dan Colleran, Brad Davis, Charlie Guillette, Sean Hladick, Jillian Jakuba, Brian Kelley, Mark Majewski, Brion O’Connor, Dan Parkhurst, Jorge Rocha, John Sinnett, Laura Reed, Noah Smith, Tom Wilkins, Frank Wilson, Alastair Ingram and member institutions Special Photo Contributors: Steve Babineau Josh Gibney Tom Kendall Mike Silverwood Gil Talbot Melissa Wade National Hockey League

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances




THIS IS HOCKEY EAST

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS



Boston College won their league leading 11th Hockey East Tournament Title in March 2012

This is hockey east The Hockey East Association is home to four of the last five NCAA National Champions, entering the league’s 29th season of play in 2012-2013. The league has consistently remained the strongest Division I conference from top to bottom, encompassing 10 elite Division I hockey programs. The Eagles of Boston College won their unprecedented 11th Hockey East Championship in March of 2012 and have dominated the league, winning five of the last six Hockey East Tournament titles. BC, Boston University, Maine and UMass-Lowell all qualified for the NCAA Tournament in March, marking the fourth straight year the league has placed at least three teams in the NCAA’s. The league, along with the Boston Red Sox hosted a second Frozen Fenway doubleheader on January 7, 2012 at Fenway Park in Boston, as the University of Massachusetts squared off against the University of Vermont and the University of Maine skated against the University of New Hampshire in front of another sellout ballpark of 38,456 fans. Boston College and Boston University skated in front of 38,472 fans in the first Frozen Fenway event on January 8, 2010. Hockey East will once again enjoy a rich television package on a national and regional basis with NBC Sports Network, CBS Sports Network and New England Sports Network (NESN) televising over 30 games in the upcoming season. Hockey East has continued a steady rise to prominence since its founding charter on July 11, 1983, when the possibility of an apparent Ivy League departure threatened the ECAC. In response, the athletics directors from Boston College, Boston University, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence unveiled a new Division I men’s ice hockey conference. Together, Bill Flynn of Boston College, John Simpson of Boston University, Andy Mooradian of New Hampshire, Joe Zabilski of Northeastern and Lou Lamoriello of Providence launched Hockey East. Lamoriello assumed the role of the league’s first commissioner. Later that summer, the Board of Directors added the University of Maine and the University of Lowell (now UMass Lowell). Official conference competition of the seven-team league began with the 1984-85 season, and expansion brought the league to nine teams with the additions of Merrimack College (1989) and the University of Massachusetts (1993). The entry of the University of Vermont for the 2005-06 season brought the conference membership to 10 teams, while the University of Notre Dame was accepted as the league’s 11th member on October 5, 2011 and will begin play starting in 2013-14 and most recently the University of Connecticut is the conference’s 12th program, which was announced on June 21, 2012. Since its inception, Hockey East has set new competitive standards for college hockey success, annually compiling an impressive collective winning percentage against non-conference opponents, including a record .705 during the 2002-03 season and a .669 win percentage during the 25th anniversary season of 2008-09. Over the last 19 years, Hockey East has cemented itself as the nation’s elite college hockey league, having earned 29 of the 74 berths in the NCAA Frozen Four and boasting eight NCAA title winners:

the University of Maine in 1993 and 1999, Boston University in 1995, Boston College in 2001 and 2008, Boston University in 2009 and the Eagles again most recently in 2010 and 2012. Three of the four Frozen Four participants in 1999 came from the Hockey East ranks, and in 2007, both Boston College and the University of Maine made it to the semifinal round in St. Louis, after five squads (including Boston University, Massachusetts and New Hampshire) were selected for the 16-team NCAA field. Hockey East sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2012, marking eight times in the last nine seasons that league teams have accomplished that feat. Hockey East has proven to be an equally strong presence off the ice and in the classroom. League athletes continue to demonstrate their commitment to overall excellence, as the Hockey East All-Academic Team honored a leaguerecord 100 student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement during the 2011-2012 academic year. Providence senior forward Andy Balysky, Merrimack senior forward Ryan Flanigan and Northeastern senior forward Mike McLaughlin shared the distinction as Hockey East Top-Scholar Athletes, as the trio earned perfect 4.0 GPA’s for the season. The league also honored five student-athletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Vermont senior forward Matt Marshall and Boston University defenseman Ryan Ruikka were honored as “Distinguised Scholars”, along with Balysky, Flanigan and McLaughlin. Hockey East athletes also make a positive impact on many community service programs across the region, volunteering with youth hockey associations and community service organizations. Six Hockey East athletes have received the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award, three from each from the men’s league and women’s, and seven others have been finalists for the award. Boston College’s Brooks Dyroff won the 2011 Hockey Humanitarian Award, marking the league’s sixth honoree in as many years, for his work with his not-for-profit organization called CEO 4 Teens. Maine’s Spencer Abbott and BC’s Brian Dumoulin were named Hobey Baker finalists, while the league boasted four All-Americans last season. However, it is the quality of its individual players as leading athletes that most sets Hockey East apart from the rest. More than 40 Hockey East alums were regulars on NHL rosters in 2011-2012. In total, 40 active Hockey East players have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft. The league boasts 35 all-time first round picks. Boston University’s 2012-13 roster boasts a leaguehigh 10 NHL draft picks, while cross-town rival Boston College has six players selected. A total of 534 Hockey East student-athletes have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft in the 28-year history of the league, which included 12 draftees in the 2012 Entry Draft. The reach of Hockey East continues to grow as new state-of-the-art facilities are constructed, increasing capacities and amenities for college hockey fans. And the fans have responded with over a million spectators came out to watch Hockey East teams during the 2011-12 season for the seventh consecutive season.

www.HockeyEastOnline.com


BOSTON COLLEGE

Athletic Dept./Rink Address: Conte Forum, 140 Commonwealth Ave. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Athletics Director - TBA (617) 552-4680 Head Coach - Jerry York (617) 552-3028 Media Relations - Tim Clark (617) 552-8841 clarktb@bc.edu

BCEagles.com

UNIVERSITY of MAINE Athletic Dept./Rink Address: 5747 Memorial Gym Orono, ME 04469

Athletics Director - Steve Abbott (207) 581-1052 Head Coach - Tim Whitehead (207) 581-1106 Media Relations - Laura Reed (207) 581-3646 laura.reed@umit.maine.edu

GoBlackBears.com

UMASS-LOWELL

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Athletic Dept. Address: 285 Babcock St Boston, MA 02215 Rink Address: Agganis Arena, 925 Commonwealth Ave. Boston, MA 02215 Athletics Director - Mike Lynch (617) 353-1905 Head Coach - Jack Parker (617) 353-4639 Media Relations - Brian Kelley (617) 353-2872 bkelley@bu.edu

GoTerriers.com

UNIVERSITY of MASSACHUSETTS

Athletic Dept. Address: Boyden Building, 131 Commonwealth Ave. Amherst, Mass. 01003 Rink Address: Mullins Center, 200 Commonwealth Ave. Amherst, Mass. 01003 Athletics Director - John McCutcheon (413) 545-4086 Head Coach - John Micheletto (413) 545-5175 Media Relations - Jillian Jakuba (413) 577-0053 jjakuba@admin.umass.edu

UMassAthletics.com

MERRIMACK COLLEGE

Athletic Dept. Address: One University Ave Lowell, MA 01854 Rink Address: Tsongas Arena, 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way Lowell, MA 01852 Athletics Director - Dana Skinner (978) 934-2310 Head Coach - Norm Bazin (978) 934-2339 Media Relations - TBA (978) 934-2351

Interim Athletics Director - Dean O’Keefe (978) 837-5341 Head Coach - Mark Dennehy (978) 837-5341 Media Relations - Brad Davis (978) 837-5364 bradley.davis@merrimack.edu

GoRiverHawks.com

MerrimackAthletics.com

UNIVERSITY of NEW HAMPSHIRE

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY

Athletic Dept./Rink Address: Volpe Center, 315 Turnpike St. North Andover, MA 01845

Athletic Dept. Address: Field House, 145 Main St. Durham, NH 03824 Rink Address: Whittemore Center, 128 Main St. Durham, NH 03824 Athletics Director - Marty Scarano (603) 862-2013 Head Coach - Dick Umile (603) 862-1161 Media Relations - Tom Wilkins (603) 862-0730 tom.wilkins@unh.edu

Athletic Dept.: Matthews Arena, 360 Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. 02115 Rink Address: 111 Matthews Arena, 238 Saint Botolph St. Boston, MA 02115 Athletics Director - Peter Roby (617) 373-2672 Head Coach - Jim Madigan (617) 373-3376 Media Relations - Mark Majewski (617) 373-3643 markmajewski@gonu.com

UNHWildcats.com

GoNU.com

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY of VERMONT

Athletics Director - Bob Driscoll (401) 865-2265 Head Coach - Nate Leaman (401) 865-2168 Media Relations - Dan Colleran (401) 865-2201 dcollera@providence.edu

Athletics Director - Bob Corran (802) 656-5042 Head Coach - Kevin Sneddon (802) 656-1414 Media Relations - Alastair Ingram (802) 656-1110 alastair.ingram@uvm.edu

Friars.com

UVMAthletics.com

Athletic Dept./Rink Address: Alumni Hall/Schneider Arena 549 River Ave. Providence, R.I. 02918

SCHOOL DIRECTORY

www.HockeyEastOnline.com

Athletic Dept./Rink Address: Patrick Gym/Gutterson Fieldhouse 97 Spear St. Burlington, Vt. 05405

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances




Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

NCAA DIRECTORY

NCAA directory National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Assoc. Director of Championships: Kristin Fasbender Media Relations: Mark Bedics Officiating: Frank Cole Address: 1802 Alonzo Watford Sr. Dr. Indianapolis, IN 46202 Phone: 317-917-6222 Fax: 317-917-6888 Email: mbedics@ncaa.org Website: www.ncaa.com/sports/m-hockey

Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA)

Commissioner: Bob DeGregorio Media Relations: Dave Rourke Officiating: Gene Binda Address: 7 Parkridge Road Haverhill, MA 01835 Phone: (978) 373-9640 Fax: (978) 373-9642 Email: drourke@atlantichockeyonline.com Website: AtlanticHockeyOnline.com

Air Force American Int’l Army Bentley Canisius Connecticut Holy Cross Mercyhurst Niagara Robert Morris RIT Sacred Heart

Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA)

CCHA Press Box Phone Numbers

Commissioner: Fred Pletsch Media Relations: Phil Colvin Officiating: Steve Piotrowski Sales & Marketing: Rob Murphy Address: 23995 Freeway Park Drive Farmington Hills, MI 48335 Phone: (248) 888-0600 Fax: (248) 888-0664 Email: pcolvin@ccha.com Website: CCHA.com

ECAC Hockey League (ECACHL)

Alaska-Fairbanks Bowling Green Ferris State Lake Superior Miami Michigan Michigan State Nebraska-Omaha Northern Michigan Notre Dame Ohio State Western Michigan

(719) 472-1301 (413) 205-3930 (845) 938-5116 (781) 891-2334 (716) 316-7324 (860) 486-3808 (508) 793-3978 (814) 824-2167 (716) 286-8794 (412) 865-4907 (585) 475-5537 (203) 876-2480

(907) 451-1957 (419) 372-1236 (231) 591-2397 (906) 635-7501 (513) 529-1646 (734) 764-0247 (517) 353-6359 (402) 595-2929 (906) 227-1720 (219) 631-4899 (614) 688-5330 (616) 387-3065

Commissioner: Steve Hagwell Media Relations: Ed Krajewski Officiating: Paul Stewart Address: 51 S. Pearl St. Albany, NY 12207 Phone: (518) 487-2288 Fax: (518) 487-2290 E mail: ekrajewski@ecachockey.com Website: ECACHockeyLeague.com

ECACHL Press Box Phone Numbers Brown (401) 863-3507 Clarkson (315) 268-6688 Colgate (315) 824-2310 Cornell (607) 255-3533 Dartmouth (603) 646-1131 Harvard (617) 495-3775 Princeton (609) 258-1813 Quinnipiac (203) 484-7592 Rensselaer (518) 276-2661 St. Lawrence (315) 229-7312 Union (518) 388-6382 Yale (203) 432-0778

Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA)

WCHA Press Box Phone Numbers

Address: 559 D’Onofrio Dr., Ste. 103 Madison, WI 53719-2096 Phone: (608) 829-0100 Fax: (608) 829-0200 Email: dspencer@mailbag.com Website: WCHA.com

Independent

Commissioner: Bruce McLeod Media Relations: Doug Spencer Officiating: Greg Shepherd Assoc. Commissioner: Sara Martin Asst.Commissioner of Operations: Carol LaBelle-Ehrhardt



AHA Press Box Phone Numbers

Alaska-Anchorage Bemidji State Colorado College Denver Michigan Tech Minnesota Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State North Dakota St. Cloud State Wisconsin

(907) 279-2071 (218) 755-3700 (719) 540-6520 (303) 871-3922 (906) 487-2337 (612) 626-0844 (218) 727-7939 (507) 389-3000 (701) 777-3571 (320) 654-5227 (608) 265-4336

Alabama-Huntsville (256) 551-2388

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www.HockeyEastOnline.com All media inquiries pertaining to league For up-to-date information, including league news, standings, statistics and more, matters or the championship tourna- check out the official league website: HockeyEastOnline.com ment can be directed to:

Peter Souris

Asst. Commissioner for Public Relations Office: (781) 245-2122 Cell: (603) 512-1166 psouris@HockeyEastOnline.com

PRINT Attleboro Sun Bangor Daily News Barre Times Argus Boston Globe Boston Herald Brockton Enterprise Burlington Free Press Concord Monitor Daily Hampshire Gazette Daily Times-Chronicle Foster’s Daily Democrat Greenfield Recorder Hartford Courant Haverhill Gazette Hockey Digest Hockey Magazine East The Hockey News Hockey USA Hockey’s Future Keene Sentinel Kent County Daily News Lansing State Journal Lawrence Eagle-Tribune Let’s Play Hockey Lewiston Sun Journal Lowell Sun Lynn Daily Item Manchester Union Leader Metro West Daily News Middlesex News Morning Sentinel Nashua Telegraph Neponset Valley Daily News New England Hockey Journal New York Times News Tribune and Herald North Andover Citizen Patriot Ledger Pawtucket Evening Times Portland Press Herald Portsmouth Herald Providence Journal The Recorder The Republican Rutland Herald Salem Evening News Sentinel & Enterprise Springfield Republican The Sporting News Sports Illustrated USA Today USCHO Magazine Warwick Beacon Westerly Sun Woonsocket Call

Player and team statistics are updated following every game, usually within 30 minutes of the games completion. Press releases are sent to selected media every Monday and Thursday afternoons during the season and are also available online for both media and public use. Any member of the media may be added to our direct distribution list upon request. Contact information should be sent to the Director of Public Relations.

PRIMary media outlets

RADIO (Live game broadcasts) 98.5 FM -- BC Flagship (Friday only) WWZN-AM 1510 – BU flagship WKSQ 94.5 FM, WABI 910 AM -- Maine Flagship WFAU-AM 1280 – Augusta, Maine (Maine) WSYY-AM 1240 – Millinocket, Maine (Maine) WLOB-AM 1310 – Portland, Maine (Maine) WJJB 96.3 FM - Portland, Maine (Maine) WRKD-AM 1450 – Rockland, Maine (Maine) WIGY-FM 97.5 – Skowhegan, Maine (Maine) WHMP 1240, 1400 AM, 96.9 FM – UMass flagship WGIR-AM 610 – Manchester, NH, UNH Flagship WPKX 930 AM - Rochester, NH (UNH) WQSO-FM 96.7 -- Portsmouth, N.H. (UNH) WNTK-FM 99.7 – New London, N.H. (UNH) WASR 1420 AM - Wolfeboro, NH (UNH) WRBB 104.9 FM - NU Flagship (All games) WRCA 1330 AM - NU Flagship (road only) WUML-FM 91.5 – Lowell flagship WCAP-AM 980 - Lowell, Mass. WAMG-AM 890 (ESPN) – Boston, Mass. WGAM 1250 AM, WGHM 900 AM – MC Flagship WOON-AM 1240 – PC Flagship WVMT-AM 620 – Vermont Flagship RADIO (General coverage) WFCR-FM 88.5 – Amherst, Mass. 98.5 - Boston, Mass. WBZ-AM 1030 – Brighton, Mass. WWZN-AM 1510 – Burlington, Mass. WGAM-AM 1520 – Greenfield, Mass. WTTT-AM 1440 – Holyoke, Mass. WCAP-FM 980 – Lowell, Mass. WNTN-AM 1550 – Newton, Mass. WHYN-FM 93.1 – Springfield, Mass. WTSN-AM 1270 – Dover, N.H. WKXL-FM 102.3 – Concord, N.H. WERZ-FM 107.1 – Exeter, N.H. WGIR-FM 101.1 – Manchester, N.H. WHEB-FM 100.3 – Portsmouth, N.H. WARO-AM 1320 – Providence, R.I. WHJJ-AM 920 – Providence, R.I. WHJY-FM 94.1 – Providence, R.I. WPRO-FM 92.3 – Providence, R.I. WSNO-AM 1450 – Barre, Vt. WCPV-FM 101.3 – Colchester, Vt. WEAV-AM 960 – Colchester, Vt.

TELEVISION (Live game broadcasts) CBS Sports Network (CBSSN) CBS3 - Springfield, Mass. Cox Sports (Providence, R.I.) NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) New England Sports Network (NESN) WABI-TV 5 (CBS) – Bangor, Maine WBIN - Derry, N.H WCAX-TV - Burlington, Vt. WPFO-TV 23 (FOX) – Portland, Maine TELEVISION (General coverage) Comcast Sports Net (CSNNE) New England Cable News (NECN) WCVB-TV 5 (ABC) – Boston, Mass. WHDH-TV 7 (NBC) – Boston, Mass. WBZ-TV 4 (CBS) – Boston, Mass. WFXT-TV 25 (FOX) – Boston, Mass. WLVI-TV 56 (WB) – Boston, Mass. WGGB-TV 40 (ABC) – Springfield, Mass. WSHM-TV 3 – Springfield, Mass. WWLP-TV 22 (NBC) – Springfield, Mass. WVII-TV 7 (ABC) – Bangor, Maine WLBZ-TV 2 (NBC) – Bangor, Maine WMTW-TV 8 (ABC) – Portland, Maine WCSH-TV 6 (NBC) – Portland, Maine WGME-TV 13 (CBS) – Portland, Maine WJAR-TV 10 (NBC) – Providence, R.I. WLNE-TV 6 (ABC) – Providence, R.I. WPRI-TV 12 (CBS) – Providence, R.I. WPTZ-TV 5 (NBC) – Burlington, Vt. WFFF-TV 44 (FOX) – Burlington, Vt.

PRIMARY MEDIA

HOCKEY EAST MEDIA INFORMATION SERVICES

ONLINE collegehockeynews.com faceoff.com hockeyjournal.com hockeysfuture.com insidecollegehockey.com insidehockey.com nhl.com uscho.com

CAMPUS MEDIA

CAMPUS Boston College Boston University Maine Massachusetts UMass Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Providence Vermont

PRINT The Heights Daily Free Press Maine Campus Daily Collegian The Connector Merrimack Beacon The New Hampshire Huntington News The Cowl Vermont Cynic

ONLINE bcheights.com dailyfreepress.com mainecampus.com dailycollegian.com uml.edu/connector merrimackbeacon.com tnhonline.com huntington-news.com thecowl.com vermontcynic.com

RADIO WZBC-FM 90.3 WTBU-FM 89.3 WMEB-FM 91.9 WMUA-FM 91.9 WUML-FM 91.5 WUNH-FM 91.3 WRBB-FM 104.9 WDOM-FM WRUV-FM 90.1

Most campus radio stations and web sites carry live game broadcasts.

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances




IN THE MEDIA

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

HOCKEY EAST 2012-2013 TELEVISION COVERAGE

Broadcast Schedule

Date

Broadcast Schedule Date

Game

Time

Fri., January 11

New Hampshire at Boston College

7pm

Fri., January 18

Northeastern at Boston University

7pm

Fri., January 25

Maine at Boston College

7pm

Sat., January 26

Providence at Boston University

7pm

Fri., February 1

Massachusetts-Lowell at Merrimack

7pm

Sat., February 9

Massachusetts at Merrimack

Time

Sat., December 1 Boston University at Boston College 7:30pm Fri., February 15

Boston University at Maine

7:30pm

Fri., March 8

Maine at New Hampshire

7:30pm

Fri., March 15

Quarterfinals Game #1

7pm

Fri., March 22

Semifinal Game #1

5pm

Fri., March 22

Semifinal Game #2

8pm

Sat., March 23

Hockey East Championship Game

7pm

3:30pm

Sat., February 16 Boston University at Maine

7pm

Fri., February 22 New Hampshire at Vermont

7pm

Sat., March 2

Flex game

4pm

Sat., March 9

Flex game

4pm

Date

Sun., March 10

Women’s Championship Game (TD)

4pm

Fri., November 30 Vermont at Maine

Sat., March 16

Quarterfinal Game #2

4pm

Sat., December 8 Maine at Boston University

Sun., March 17

Quarterfinal Game #3

4:30pm

Fri., March 22

Semifinal Game #1

5pm

Semifinal Game #2

8pm

Sat., March 23

Hockey East Championship Game (will air on NESN PLUS)

7pm

Broadcast Schedule Game

Sat., January 5

Merrimack at Vermont

Time 8pm 8pm 7:30pm

Sun., February 10 Providence at New Hampshire

4pm

Sat., February 23 New Hampshire at Vermont

4pm

Sun., February 24 Boston College at Merrimack

4pm

Sun., March 3

UMass-Lowell at Merrimack

4pm

Fri., March 8

Boston University at Northeastern 7:30pm

THE JOE CONCANNON HOCKEY EAST MEDIA AWARD Jim Connelly was honored as the 21st recipient of the Joe Concannon Media Award on Sept. 25, 2012. He enters his 15th year as a sportswriter with U.S. College Hockey Online. He primarily covers Hockey East and also co-writes a weekly national column, “Tuesday Morning Quarterback,” and co-hosts USCHO’s weekly radio show, “USCHO Live.” Connelly began his writing career in 1999 when he covered the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, now knows as Atlantic Hockey, for USCHO. He has covered every NCAA Regional and NHL Draft since 1999, and every Frozen Four since 2000. In addition to his work for USCHO, Connelly has been published in The Hockey News as well as on a number of national hockey websites. He has made television appearances on CBS Sports Network and NESN. Since 2008, he has also served as a part-time color analyst for Vermont radio when the team travels to the Boston area. Connelly began his career in hockey as an equipment manager while attending UMass-Lowell from 1992 through 1996. During the 1997-98 season, Connelly served as the public relations manager for the Beast of New Haven hockey team, the AHL affiliate of the Florida Panthers and Carolina Hurricanes. In addition to his work in journalism, Connelly has a successful career in corporate communications, having worked for a number of public relations firms before starting his own business, JMC Communications, in 2010. His clients have included a number of sports properties including the PGA TOUR’s Deutsche Bank Championship and the Head Of The Charles® Regatta. Connelly, 38, lives in Waltham, Mass., with his wife Maureen.



Game

Fri., November 30 Boston College at Boston University 7:30pm

Hockey East Media Award Winners

1992 Larry Mahoney, Bangor Daily News 1993 Bob Whitelaw, New England Sports Network 1994 Bob Monahan, Boston Globe 1995 John Connolly, Boston Herald 1996 Charles Scoggins, Lowell Sun 1997 Bob Norton, New England Sports Network 1998 Joe Concannon, Boston Globe 1999 Dick Osborne, UNH Sports Network 2000 Bill Doherty, Huskies Radio 2001 Dave Hendrickson, U.S. College Hockey Online 2002 Roger Brown, Portsmouth Herald 2003 Bernie Corbett, Giant Sports Associates 2004 Rob Rudnick, Huskies Radio 2005 Eric Frede, NESN / CodRock Media 2006 Dan Hannigan, WZON / CodRock Media 2007 Allen Lessels, New Hampshire Union Leader 2008 Mike Logan, Providence College Radio 2009 Bob Ellis, UMass-Lowell Radio 2010 Brock Hines, UMass Sports Network 2011 Mike Machnik, Merrimack Radio, USCHO & CHN 2012 Jim Connelly, U.S. College Hockey Online

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www.HockeyEastOnline.com Media coverage has soared in this period, Hockey East Commisposition and in 2013, he will celebrate as evidenced by the signing of two national sioner Joe Bertagna is his 40th year as a goalie coach. As a contracts in 2011, a renewal with CBS Sports in his 31st year as a player, Bertagna began at Arlington (MA) Network and a first-ever deal with NBC Sports college hockey adminHigh School, and then went on to Harvard Network. Further, a new four-year contract with istrator, his 16th year University, playing for three Hall of Fame the New England Sports Network (NESN) prowith Hockey East, after coaches: Ed Burns at Arlington and vides unprecedented local coverage. Bertagna serving in a similar caRalph “Cooney” Weiland and Bill Cleary also oversaw the signing of the first regional pacity with the Eastern at Harvard. A two-year starter at Harvard radio contract for the Hockey East ChampionCollege Athletic Con(1971-72 and 1972-73), Bertagna led the ships when the Boston Bruins’ flagship station, ference (ECAC) for 15 Ivy League with a 2.45 GAA in 1972. After “98.5, the Sports Hub,” broadcast the 2010 years. He is already the Harvard, he played professionally for the championships from the TD Garden. longest serving comMilwaukee Admirals and in Cortina, Italy. In January of 2010, Bertagna and his staff admissioner in Hockey East’s 29-year history. In He led his S.G. Cortina d’Ampezzo squad ministered the first outdoor college hockey game June of 2012, Hockey East directors extended to the 1975 Italian Championship. in the East when Boston’s fabled Fenway Park Bertagna’s contract through the 2014-15 He began his professional coaching hosted a Hockey East doubleheader. The event, season, a direct response to a number of tricareer in 1985 with the Boston Bruins, which sold out on the first day of public sale in umphs for the conference, including three new staying with the Bruins as the goaltender September of 2009, was an unprecedented suctelevision contracts, another sold-out event at coach until 1991 and rejoining the team cess for the conference, both financially and in Fenway Park, and the addition of the University for the 1994-95 season. He also has terms of exposure. This past summer, Bertagna of Notre Dame to the conference beginning coached with Team USA (1991 Canada negotiated another contract with the Red Sox, with the 2013-14 season and the University of Cup and 1994 Winter Olympics) and creating a doubleheader for January of 2012, Connecticut a year after that. with the Milwaukee Admirals (1994-96). this event featuring the league’s four Division I Bertagna, has carved out a unique career in Bertagna has operated his own goalie state universities, Maine, Massachusetts, New the sport he first played as a freshman goalie at clinics since 1973, and in that time, has Hampshire and Vermont. As in 2010, this event Harvard University in 1969. After spending 15 coached thousands of goalies of all ages sold out, leading years as the primary ice throughout New England. He continues to the Red Sox hockey administrator the to speak on the subject for USA Hockey adding a Boston Eastern College Athletic throughout the United States. Through College vs. NorthConference (ECAC), Berhis camps, lectures, print materials and eastern game. tagna became Hockey DVDs, he has influenced the teaching of NationEast’s fourth commisyoung goaltenders more than any other ally, Bertagna has sioner on July 1, 1997. goaltending coach in the United States. served as the ExA native of Arlington, His seventh DVD, “Goaltending Today: ecutive Director Massachusetts, BerTraditional Values through New Techof the American tagna began working at niques,” was released by Championship Hockey Coaches the ECAC in 1982, when Productions of Ames, Iowa, in 2011. Association since he was named Tourna Bertagna enjoyed a brief college 1991, the only ment Director. He was coaching career at Harvard University in person to serve later named Executive the late 1970’s, serving as Men’s Junior in that capacity. Director of Ice Hockey Varsity Coach in 1976-77 and launching In that role, he and then became Ice Harvard’s women’s ice hockey program has overseen the Hockey Commissioner Bertagna speaks at the Frozen Fenway Press conference on August 26, 2011 in 1977-78. He served as head coach growth of AHCA in 1991. In these roles, of Harvard Women’s Hockey for two seamembership from fewer than 300 members in he administered regular season and tournasons. Both programs have established 1992 to over 1,400 members today. He also ment play for 90 men’s and women’s varsity perpetual awards in his name. served a four-year term on the NCAA Ice Hockey programs. His accomplishments at the ECAC Bertagna and his wife Kathy, a twoRules Committee, the final two years as chairincluded the league’s first television package, sport athlete at Bates College, reside man. He also serves on the Board of Directors the first hockey-only corporate sponsorships, in Gloucester with their three children, of USA Hockey and the Hockey Humanitarian and the establishment of the first U.S. women’s Bobby (16), Joey (14) and Grace (12). Award Foundation. intercollegiate ice hockey leagues. Perhaps his biggest contributions on the Bertagna made his mark immediately at national scene have come in his continuing role Hockey East, engineering a multi-year televiwith the Hockey Commissioners Association sion deal (SportsChannel New England) in (HCA). The commissioners of the five NCAA his first month on the job. Shortly thereafter, Division I men’s ice hockey conferences league tournament attendance rocketed forhave launched a number of initiatives ward, leading to the event’s first-ever sellout that have helped grow the game on in 2000. Bertagna was also instrumental in bringing about the formation of the Hockey East the national and international levels. In recent years, Bertagna was instrumental Women’s League, just as he initiated league in securing funds for the formation of play for both Division I and Division III women’s College Hockey, Inc., the marketing programs while with the ECAC. arm of the HCA, which was established Hockey East has enjoyed unparalleled in 2009. success on the ice during Bertagna’s tenure, Beyond his college hockey accomwinning six national championships, including plishments, Bertagna has forged an four of the last five, and regularly enjoying postinternational reputation as a student season accolades for many of its student-athand coach of goaltending. No one in letes. Five of the last nine players recognized North America is respected more for as “Hobey Hat Trick” honorees have come from at one of his many goalie clinics. (To right) Former Black Bears his contributions to the study of the Joe speaksgoaltender Hockey East. Mike Morrison, who serves as an instructor.

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Kathy Wynters Associate Commissioner Kathy Wynters is entering her seventh season as Associate Commissioner, eigthteenth year overall with the conference. As Joe Bertagna’s chief assistant, her primary responsibilities include the day-to-day operations of both the men’s and women’s leagues, along with the administration of tournaments and special events, marketing and branding initiatives, and the licensing and sponsorship programs. Prior to her promotion, Wynters served Hockey East as Director of Marketing and Special Events from 2002-06. Wynters was the driving force behind the creation of both “Skating Strides Against Breast Cancer” and the Hockey East Kids’ Club. In five years, the Skating Strides program has raised almost $200,00 for breast cancer awareness and research, while at the same time increased attendance at women’s hockey games and gave the student-athletes the opportunity to give back to the communities in which they study and play hockey. In 2012, the league raised a single-season record of $45,215 for breast cancer charities. “Skating Strides” was nationally recognized twice (2007 & 2009) by NACDA/NACMA with medals for “Single Day Attendance Promotion of an Olympic Sport”. During Kathy’s tenure, the Hockey East corporate sponsorship program has grown to include several new partnerships, many breaking ground beyond traditional hockey companies. In addition, the Hockey East licensing program has also expanded to include many new licensees, as well as increased revenues from licensed merchandise, including an expanded offering at the conference championships. Kathy is instrumental in both the marketing efforts and logistical operations behind Hockey East’s special events, including two Frozen Fenway events and the 10th Anniversary celebration. Wynters previously served Hockey East as Assistant Commissioner during the late 80’s and early 90’s, before going on to work for the New Jersey Devils in the NHL, spending three years as a Marketing Director, coordinating licensing and souvenir merchandising. Wynters also spent five years as marketing manager for PictureTel Corporation. A native of Quincy, MA, the former Kathy Walsh earned a B.S. ete ouris degree in marketing from Providence College in 1982. She began her career while an undergraduate, as a three-year intern with the men’s hockey team. Following graduation, she served the Friars in two ssistant omissioner capacities; first as Assistant Sports Information Director and then as Director of Athletic Marketing. While at PC, and before Hockey East had a full-time staff, Wynters worked with former PC athletic for ublic elations director, and then Commissioner, Lou Lamoriello on the launch of the conference in 1983, and then Pete Souris enters his sixth season with the coordinated the first three Hockey East championship tournaments (1985-87). She also managed the 1986 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four at the Providence Civic Center, co-hosted by Brown and Providence conference office and was promoted to Assistant College. In 1988, Wynters left her position at PC and moved over to Hockey East on a full-time basis. Commissioner in the Among her earlier accomplishments at Hockey East, Wynters worked with Joe Bertagna in coordinatsummer of 2010. ing the first and only “Hockeyfest” events, combining the ECAC and Hockey East championships into Souris has played a single weekend events from 1989-91. key role in securing a Kathy and her husband Chuck (a retired on-ice official for Hockey East), are the parents of two: regional radio contract daughter Annie (20), a junior at the College of the Holy Cross, and son C.J. (19), a sophomore at with 98.5 The Sports Bridgewater State University. The Wynters family resides in Waltham. Hub in Boston and was

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Dan Parkhurst Web Site Coordinator Parkhurst enters his 14th year of affiliation with Hockey East as the league’s web site designer and coordinator. Dan assists in the league’s public relations efforts with multimedia solutions, as well as assisting with day-to-day online efforts, including an increase in increased video presence for the 2009-10 season. In November of 1997, Parkhurst helped bring Hockey East into the digital age with the launching of HockeyEastOnline.com, the official web site of Hockey East. Since then, he has constantly sought to improve the site through innovations and multiple re-designs. He coordinates all web site updates throughout the season and his company is responsible for merchandise sales. He is also the current radio voice of UNH men’s hockey team and has done play-by-play on ESPNU and NHPTV in years past. Parkhurst is a 1993 graduate of UNH, where he served as the Wildcats’ team manager. He now resides in Conway, N.H., with his wife Lynn and their two children, Jonathan (17) and Riley (11).



Kristen Blake Graduate Intern Kristen Blake, a 2012 graduate of Northeastern University, will assist in dayto-day operations in both the men’s and women’s league in the Wakefield office. Blake, a Canton, Mass. native, was a standout midfielder on the Huskies’ women’s soccer team for four seasons (2007- 2010), including the 2010 season as team captain. She finished her Northeastern career playing in 76 games, recording five goals and six assists. In 2010, Blake was honored as a CAA Second-Team selection and was also bestowed CAA Third-Team honors and in 2009. While at Northeastern, Blake served on the Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) and was named to the Dean’s List six times. She graduated in May of 2012 with a bachelors degree in Political Science. She was also named a National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-East Region Scholar in 2011. In the summer of 2011, Blake was the voice behind “Huskies Unleashed”, a mini series following the lives of the Northeastern women’s soccer team during their two-week long preseason. The series allowed for an inside look into the different elements necessary for the team to be fully prepared for their 2011 season. Blake also served as a color commentator for two Huskies’ regular season games in the fall of 2011.

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instrumental in the signing of a national television agree with the CBS Sports Network in the fall of 2010. He was very involved in the 25th anniversary celebration, as he oversaw the production of the league’s 25th anniversary DVD and has played an integral role in the improvements to hockeyeastonline.com over the last two years. Souris had been affiliated with the UNH athletic department for 12 years since he was a student in the mid-1990’s. After earning his BS in Kinesiology: Sport Studies in December of 2001, Souris was promoted to the post of assistant director of media relations the following summer, and three years later was named associate director. In 2006, he also assumed responsibility for managing the department’s web site (unhwildcats.com). In addition to serving as the primary media contact for the UNH men’s hockey team for seven seasons, Souris was the lead contact for the school’s women’s volleyball team for 10 years. Souris also served as primary media coordinator for the NCAA men’s hockey Northeast Regionals in Manchester, NH, in 2004 and 2007. He has also worked the last 11 Frozen Fours, dating back to 1999-2000. Souris is was a member of the New England Patriots gameday media relations staff from 2008 to 2011, working as a member of the statcrew. He also does freelance television work as a associate producer- graphics coordinator, scorebug operator and statistician. Souris is currently in his third season serving as the video replay technician for the Boston Bruins. Souris, a 1995 graduate of Beverly High School, resides in Beverly, Mass.

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Dan Schachte, who will handle all the day-to-day operations of the league’s officiating program, just finished a 30-year career as an National Hockey League linesman. He worked 2,009 regular-season games in the NHL dating back to 1982, which ranks fifth all-time and first all-time among American-born NHL officials. He also worked 221 Stanley Cup playoff games, which ranks eighth all-time among NHL linesman. He worked five Stanley Cup Finals (‘97, ‘98, ‘00, ‘01, ‘02) and worked Game 7 of the 2001 Stanley Cup Finals. He also served as a linesman in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, which included the Bronze Medal Game. Schachte also served on the NHLOA Discipline Committee from 2002 to 2010, as well as the NHLOA Executive Board (1991-1992) and the NHL Injury Analysis Panel in 2002. He has also served as an Officiating Supervisor for USA Hockey since 2011, mentoring many of the top young officials in the United States with instruction and training at camps around the country. Schachte, who was a former Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) and United States Hockey League (USHL) referee from for two years (1980-1982), co-founded of the Wisconsin Elite Hockey League (WEHL) back in 2006. Schachte studied Mechanical Enginering at the University of Wisconsin. He resides in Verona, Wis. with his wife Kim and children, Danny, Ian, Lauren and Maddy.

ROSTER OF OFFICIALS Name Yrs of Sv. Full-time Job Chris Aughe (L) 11th Production Manager Shane Belanger (L) 4th Sales Manager Tim Benedetto (R) 18th Police Officer Bob Bernard (L) 13th Software Consulting Brendan Blanchard (L) 3rd Delivery Person Jeff Bunyon (R) 19th Teacher Steven Capraro (L) 2nd Finance Glen Cooke (L) 14th Courier Tom Cronin (L/R) 6th Sales Eric Doyle (R) 2nd Insurance Chris Federico (R) 12th Pharmaceutical Sales Tom Fyrer (R) 15th Salesman Tommy George (L) 1st Sports Director Dean Gilbert (L/R) 10th Mortgage Banker Bryan Goodwin (L) 3rd Teacher John Gravallese (R) 28th Project Manager Justin Greene (R) 3rd Sales C.J. Hanafin (L) 2nd Accounting Dave Hansen (R) 7th Contractor Scott Hansen (R) 14th Construction Manager Ryan Hersey (R) 1st Hockey Official Marty Hughes (L) 3rd Finance Kevin Keenan (R) 11th Firefighter Brendan Kelleher (L) 10th Sales Manager Frank Keough (L) 17th Accountant Chris Leavitt (L) 3rd EMT Jeremy Lovett (L) 9th Insurance Chris Low (L) 15th Salesman Tim Low (R) 11th Finance Chip McDonald (R) 5th Sales Chris Millea (L) 10th Lawyer Jack Millea (R) 11th Sales Manager Geoff Miller (R) 1st Hockey Official Andy O’Brien (L/R) 6th Self Employed Daniel O’Neill (L) 2nd DHS Richard Patry (L) 7th Commercial Driver Tom Quinn (R) 14th Sales Matt Riegert (L) 6th Enviromental Consultant Bob Ritchie (R) 4th Investments Jean-Yves Roy (L/R) 3rd Sales Paul Sacco (L) 5th Sales Rick Santilli (L/R) 4th Sales Paul Scleparis (L) 21st IT Professional Kevin Shea (R) 14th Higher Education Admin. Wayne Silva (L) 6th Fire Fighter Mark Sullivan (L) 5th Civil Engineer Ryan Sweeney (R) 4th Hockey Official Scott Whittemore (L/R) 12th Financial Advisor

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Dick DeCaprio Chief Observer

Dick DeCaprio enters his first season as Chief Observer, after serving as Supervisor of Officials for six seasons. DeCaprio is a former on-ice official, who succeeded 12-year veteran supervisor Brendan Sheehy in 2006. DeCaprio, a native of Arlington, Mass., has enjoyed a wide range of hockey experiences since his graduation from Boston University in 1968. Following his playing days for Jack Kelley, DeCaprio became a referee, working high school and college games, including Hockey East games, for more than two decades. Toward the end of his officiating career, he began assigning high school games in the Greater Boston area. Professionally, DeCaprio has been a teacher and administrator in the Arlington Public Schools for nearly 40 years. After serving as an assistant coach in both football and ice hockey at Arlington, DeCaprio succeeded the legendary Eddie Burns as head hockey coach of Arlington’s storied program in 1997. In that time, he has compiled an outstanding record of 129-55-22, leading the Spy Ponders to six league titles and six appearances in the prestigious “Super Eight” schoolboy tournament. His contributions to high school hockey have earned him induction into the Massachusetts State Hockey Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame as both a referee and a coach. Beyond these experiences, DeCaprio enjoyed two different stints as an assistant coach at UMass Lowell (1969-70 and 1989-91) and also served as a scout for the St. Louis Blues from 1985 to 1988. An outstanding teacher, DeCaprio has also directed the Spy Pond Power Skating Hockey School and Clinic since 1980. He and his wife Marsha reside in Chelmsford.

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John Jones - Observer

John Jones will serve as one of three observers for his fifth season and first on Schachte’s officiating staff, after a 23-year career as a Hockey East on-ice official. Jones will assist DeCaprio with the observer program, as well as in the development of new officials and the review of game tapes during the season. He serves as a quality control specialist for Alfa Aesar in Haverill, Mass. Has been a member of NIHOA since 1983. Jones has served as an official since 1978 starting at the youth hockey level. Jones and his wife Anne reside in Wilmington, Mass.

Chuck Napoli - Observer

Chuck Napoli begins his second season as an observer for Hockey East. Napoli has worked part-time for the Boston Bruins as a video goal judge since 1991 in addition to his full-time job at Raytheon as an area supervisor since 1979. Napoli, a 1988 graduate of Northeastern University, is a life long resident of Belmont and has a daughter Elena and grandson Jacob.

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History in headlines July 11, 1983 - The Athletics Directors of five ECAC schools — Bill Flynn of BC, John Simpson of BU, Andy Mooradian of UNH, Joe Zabilski of Northeastern and Lou Lamoriello of Providence College — agree to form a new college hockey conference, to begin play in 1984-85. The new league is officially founded exactly one month later. August 23, 1983 - The University of Maine (at Orono) is admitted as the sixth member of Hockey East. September 28, 1983 - The University of Lowell is admitted as the seventh member of Hockey East. October 21, 1983 - Lou Lamoriello is named the first Hockey East Commissioner. January 18, 1984 - Formal presentation of the Hockey East name and logo is made at a press conference at the Parker House in Boston. August 29, 1984 - Hockey East enters into a three-year agreement with the NESN and WSBKTV in Boston. The television contract, a first for college hockey, includes coverage of nearly 30 regular season games per season. October 12, 1984 - The inaugural season of Hockey East starts with four inter-league crossover games vs. WCHA teams. March 16, 1985 - The Providence Civic Center hosts the first Hockey East Championships. Providence College defeats Boston College, 2-1 in double overtime, to take the first Hockey East Championship title. Providence junior goaltender Chris Terreri is named Hockey East Tournament MVP after backstopping the Friars to the Hockey East title with a 65-save performance in the championship game. Two weeks later, the Friars take three overtimes to beat BC again in the NCAA semifinals. Although Providence yielded to Rensselaer, 2-1, in the title game, Terreri is selected Most Outstanding Player. March 15, 1986 - Boston University wins its first Hockey East championship with a 9-4 win over Beanpot rival Boston College. MVP Peter Marshall remains the only player to ever score a hat trick in the Hockey East title game. June 21, 1986 - NHL history is put into motion with the drafting of four Hockey East players in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft. Incoming BC freshman Brian Leetch is the first Hockey East selection, going ninth overall to the New York Rangers, a team he leads to the Stanley Cup championship in 1994. Scott Young (BU), Craig Janney (BC) and Tom Fitzgerald are the other first round picks, and all enjoy highly successful NHL careers. July 1, 1987 - Hockey East temporarily adopts a new administrative structure to fill the duties of former Commissioner Lou Lamoriello, who resigned to accept a position with the NHL’s New Jersey Devils. Dennis Hanks is promoted from Director of Communications to Executive Director of Hockey East, a position he holds for one season. William Flynn of Boston College is selected as Chairman of the Executive Council.

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March 7, 1988 - The Executive Committee unanimously christens the league championship trophy “The Lamoriello Cup” to honor the league’s first commissioner. A permanent legacy trophy in his name is commissioned 10 years later. June 20, 1988 - Stu Haskell, Commissioner of the North Atlantic Conference and former Athletics Director at the University of Maine, is named commissioner of Hockey East. January 30, 1989 - Merrimack College is announced as the eighth member of Hockey East and begins league competition the following season. February 28, 1989 - BC head coach Len Ceglarski becomes the first coach in college hockey history to reach the 600-win plateau with a 3-1 win at Boston University. March 30, 1990 - Hockey East again sends two teams (BC and BU) to the NCAA Frozen Four. January 17, 1991 - The Athletics Directors vote to name the conference tournament MVP trophy after William Flynn, the outgoing BC Athletics Director. They also vote to name the Coach of the Year Award in memory of Bob Kullen, former head hockey coach at the University of New Hampshire who passed away earlier in the season at age 41 after a long illness. February 25, 1991 - Boston College claims its third consecutive regular season championship, its sixth in the seven-year history of Hockey East. March 31, 1991 - David Emma of Boston College receives the 1991 Hobey Baker Award. Emma is the first Hockey East player to capture the coveted trophy. April 2, 1992 - Hockey East boasts seven AllAmerica picks. All of the First Team East forwards come from Hockey East: Scott Pellerin and JeanYves Roy of Maine and David Sacco of Boston University. One day later, Pellerin becomes Hockey East’s second consecutive Hobey Baker Award winner. March 11, 1993 - Maine freshman Paul Kariya is named Hockey East’s Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year, matching Brian Leetch’s feat following the 1986-87 season. He soon becomes the third consecutive Hockey East player to win the Hobey Baker Award, and remains the only freshman ever designated for the honor. M a rc h 2 3 , 1 9 9 3 - The University of Massachusetts is announced as the ninth member of Hockey East. The Minutemen begin competing in league play in 1994-95. April 3, 1993 - Trailing 4-2 vs. defending NCAA champion Lake Superior State in the 1993 title game, the University of Maine gets three goals in the third period from senior captain Jim Montgomery to claim Hockey East’s first NCAA championship. The team also sets a new NCAA record by finishing with a 42-1-2 record. Montgomery is an obvious pick as Most Outstanding Player. September 30, 1993 - Robert M. DeGregorio, Jr., is named acting commissioner of Hockey East and serves in that capacity for four seasons.

March 2, 1994 - After ten seasons of play, Hockey East announces its first All-Decade Team. Forwards are John Cullen (BU), David Emma (BC), Craig Janney (BC), Paul Kariya (Maine), Jim Montgomery (Maine) and Scott Pellerin (Maine). Defensemen are Brian Leetch (BC), Rob Gaudreau (PC), Peter Ahola (BU) and Greg Brown (BC). The goaltenders are Chris Terreri (PC) and Bruce Racine (NU). March 15, 1994 - For the first time, four Hockey East teams are selected for the NCAA Tournament — Boston University, UMass Lowell, New Hampshire and Northeastern. April 1, 1995 - Boston University and Maine face off for the NCAA Championship in the first title game between two Hockey East schools. BU defeats Maine, 6-2, thanks in part to two goals from sophomore Chris O’Sullivan, the Most Outstanding Player. November 3, 1995 - Northeastern University reopens the newly-renovated Boston Arena, the oldest ice hockey arena in the world. The Huskies show off a broad 200’ x 90’ ice sheet but drop a 6-4 decision to Boston University in the rededicated Matthews Arena. November 10, 1995 - New Hampshire opens up its new athletic facility and rink, Towse Rink at the Whittemore Center, with a 6-5 overtime win over top-ranked Boston University. November 21, 1995 - BU Head Coach Jack Parker notches his 500th career win in a 7-1 home win over Cornell. Parker becomes the ninth coach in the history of college hockey to reach the 500victory milestone. November 30, 1996 - Boston College head coach Jerry York notches his 500th career win in a 6-4 victory at St. Lawrence. July 1, 1997 - Joe Bertagna officially takes over as the fourth commissioner in Hockey East history. After a lengthy career with the ECAC, Bertagna becomes the league’s first full-time commissioner. November 17, 1998 - HockeyEastOnline.com, the official league web site, is launched. January 24, 1998 - Boston College freshman goaltender Scott Clemmensen breaks a 44-year old NCAA record, playing 254:23 without allowing a goal. January 27, 1998 - UMass Lowell christens the new Tsongas Arena in a game against Dartmouth. March 29, 1998 Hockey East dominates the NCAA East Regional, with BC and UNH advancing to the Frozen Four in Boston. All six players named to the East Regional All-Tournament team are from Hockey East. April 3, 1998 - Boston University captain Chris Drury captures the Hobey Baker award, marking the fourth time a Hockey East player has been so honored in the decade of the ‘90’s. August 10, 1998 - Hockey East honors one of its own, renaming the team sportsmanship award the Charles E. Holt Team Sportsmanship Award in recognition of the legendary coach’s lifetime achievements.

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History in headlines March 19, 1999 - BC successfully defends its Hockey East title against UNH by a score of 5-4 in overtime, but the bigger story is the new attendance record set: 28,038 for the two-day event, up almost 10,000 from one year prior. April 6-8, 1999 - Hockey East enters three teams (BC, Maine, and UNH) in the NCAA Frozen Four, posting a 6-0 record against non-conference opponents along the way. Jason Krog of UNH wins the Hobey Baker Award, Hockey East’s second in as many seasons and fifth of the ‘90’s, but Maine captures the national title once again, taking a 3-2 OT decision from the Wildcats. April 8, 1999 - Hockey East announces the largest corporate partnership in the history of college hockey as Bauer/Nike is named the “Official Equipment of Hockey East”. October 5, 1999 - Hockey East names the AllDecade Team of the 1990’s at the annual media luncheon. Included on the team are the five Hobey Baker winners - Chris Drury (BU), David Emma (BC), Paul Kariya (Maine), Jason Krog (UNH), and Scott Pellerin (Maine). April 7, 2000 - Two Hockey East players collect the sport’s highest individual honors. Boston College’s Mike Mottau is named the third consecutive Hockey East Hobey Baker Award winner while Maine’s Jim Leger receives the Hockey Humanitarian Award as college hockey’s top citizen. June 26, 2000 - BU’s Rick DiPietro becomes the first goalie ever selected first overall in the NHL Entry Draft when the New York Islanders choose him as their goalie of the future. UMass Lowell’s Ron Hainsey, along with BC’s Brooks Orpik and Krys Kolanos, are also identified as elite prospects as they are selected in the first round as well. January 27, 2001 - Hobey Baker hopeful Brian Gionta of Boston College scores five goals on five shots in the first period of a 7-2 win over Maine. The feat ties the Hockey East record for goals in a game and shatters the previous mark of three in a period. March 15, 2001 - BC’s Brian Gionta becomes the first player ever to be named a Hockey East All-Star for four straight seasons. His senior season includes 33 goals, five shorthanded, as he leads the NCAA in both categories. He finishes his career as the all-time leading goal-scorer in Hockey East play with 83 goals in 96 league games over four seasons. April 7, 2001 - BC sophomore Krys Kolanos beats North Dakota goaltender Karl Goehring at 4:43 of overtime to clinch a long-awaited NCAA championship for the Eagles. Rookie Chuck Kobasew is named the Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, three weeks after being selected MVP of the Hockey East Tournament. August 11, 2001 - Seven former Hockey East players are named among the 15 pre-selected to represent Team USA at the 2002 Winter Olympics and finishes the tournament with a silver medal. September 24, 2001 - Hockey East loses one of its most prominent icons when Maine head coach Shawn Walsh passes away at age 46 following a lengthy battle against cancer.

September 28, 2001 - The launch of a women’s Hockey East league is announced with play scheduled to begin in 2002-03. December 13, 2001 - 10,053 fans witness Colin Hemingway’s six-point performance as UNH defeats Dartmouth, 6-3, in the first college hockey game at the new Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, NH. March 16, 2002 - A record crowd of 17,122 watches the UNH Wildcats win their first-ever Hockey East tournament title with a 3-1 win over arch-rival Maine. April 12, 2002 - Maine head coach Tim Whitehead becomes the fourth different Hockey East coach in eight seasons to be acknowledged with the Spencer Penrose Award as the top college bench boss in the nation. He steered a team devastated by the death of former head coach Shawn Walsh all the way to the NCAA title game. March 14, 2003 - A capacity crowd of 17,565 is treated to a night of spectacular hockey in the Hockey East semifinals at the FleetCenter. In the first game, UNH edges UMass, 5-4, in the firstever semifinal appearance for the Minutemen. In the nightcap, an immediate classic, Boston University outlasts Boston College, 6-5 in double overtime. September 30, 2003 - Hockey East opens its 20th anniversary season by announcing a new partnership with the New England Sports Network. The 2003-04 broadcast schedule includes regular season telecasts from eight of the nine Hockey East arenas, as well as live coverage of both the men’s and women’s championship games. January 8, 2004 - The University of Vermont is admitted as the tenth member of Hockey East. The Catamounts are scheduled to begin league play in 2005-06. March 20, 2004 - Maine goaltender Jimmy Howard is named Hockey East Tournament MVP after stopping 63 of 64 shots in a 2-1 triple overtime championship game win over UMass. Maine advances all the way to the NCAA title game, giving Hockey East a run of eight straight appearances in the culminating contest of the college hockey season. Howard sets new single season NCAA records for GAA (1.19) and save percentage (.956). January 3, 2005 - Boston University opens the state-of-the-art Harry Agganis Arena with a 2-1 win over top-ranked Minnesota.

March 18, 2007 - The league receives a recpord five invitations to the 16-team NCAA field: Boston College, New Hampshire, Boston University, Massachusetts, and Maine. BC and Maine reach Frozen Four in St. Louis, with the Eagles appearing in the finals. March 22, 2008 - The Eagles down Vermont 4-0 in the 24th annual Championship. The Catamounts make their first HEA title game appearance in school history. April 12, 2008 - Boston College defeats CCHA foe Notre Dame, 4-1 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado for its third National Championship in school history. Junior Nathan Gerbe is named Most Outstanding Player of the Tournament with eights points (5g,3a) in two Frozen Four contests. March 20-21, 2009 - NJ Devils President Lou Lamoriello presents BU the Lamoriello Trophy as the 25th tournament champion. 17 Hockey East alumni of the Top 50 all-time HEA players return for the weekend festivities at the TD Banknorth Garden. April 11, 2009 - Boston University wins its fifth national title in school history with an amazing comeback against Miami. The Terriers score two extra attacker goals in the final minute of the game and win in overtime on Colby Cohen’s goal, just 8:13 into the extra frame. January 8, 2010 - Boston University defeats Boston College, 3-2, at Frozen Fenway in Boston in front of 38,472 fans at Fenway Park. It was the largest hockey game ever attended in the eastern United States. March 20, 2010 - BC wins its league record ninth Hockey East Tournament title in a 7-6 overtime thriller vs. Maine.

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October 5, 2011 - Hockey East officially announces that Notre Dame is accepted as the 11th member school in the conference’s history at a press conference on the Notre Dame campus. January 7, 2012 - Frozen Fenway 2012 was played in front of a sellout crowd of 38,456 as Massachusetts defeats Vermont by a 3-2 in overtime and Maine took out New Hampshire in overtime, 5-4, at Fenway Park. June 21, 2012 - The league officially accepts Connecticut as the 12th member school in the conference’s history.

January 14, 2005 - “Inside Hockey East”, a halfhour feature-oriented show designed to promote the league and its teams, debuts on NESN. It is met with good ratings and great reviews. March 18-19, 2005 - The first-ever championship tournament sellout is achieved as 35,130 file into the FleetCenter for the two-day event. January 12, 2007 - NESN launches “Friday Night Ice,” the crown jewel in a television schedule that boasts more than 70 league games.

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LAMORIELLO TROPHY

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LOU LAMORIELLO and The LAMORIELLO TROPHY On March 7, 1988, the Hockey East Executive Committee voted to name the conference championship trophy the Lamoriello Trophy. The title honors Lou Lamoriello, the first commissioner of Hockey East and a leader in the formation of the conference. The league commissioned the creation of a permanent trophy in 1998, and it was delivered in time for the 1999 championship. Most recently, Lamoriello was announced as a member of the ‘09 Hockey Hall of Fame induction class, in the builders category, for his contrbutions to the sport of ice hockey. The induction ceremony took place on November 9 in Toronto, Ont. Lamoriello served as the Providence College head coach for 15 seasons (196883), guiding the Friars to an overall record of 248-179-13, a winning percentage of .580. He led the Friars to a 33-10-0 mark in the 1982-83 campaign, the best in the nation that year. Providence also reached the Frozen Four that season for the first time since 1964. Lamoriello resigned as coach following that season to devote more time to his role as the Providence athletic director, a post to which he was appointed in July of 1982. With the athletics directors from Boston College, Boston University, New Hampshire and Northeastern, Lamoriello formed the Hockey East Association in July of 1983. He was the driving force in the historymaking

interlocking schedule agreement with the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and in the first-ever college hockey television package. A native of Johnston, R.I., Lamoriello attended LaSalle Academy and graduated from Providence College in 1963. As an undergraduate, Lamoriello lettered in baseball and hockey, serving as captain for each team during his senior year. He was inducted into the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1980. Lamoriello resigned as commissioner of Hockey East and as Providence College Athletic Director on April 30, 1987, to take the position of President and General Manager of the National Hockey League’s New Jersey Devils. Lamoriello continued to succeed in the NHL as the Devils have won the Stanley Cup three times during his tenure, most recently in 2003. Five former Hockey East players — Kevin Dean (UNH), Brian Gionta (BC), Bill Guerin (BC), Jay Pandolfo (BU) and Chris Terreri (PC), have won at least one Cup each under Lamoriello’s watch. Lamoriello has won on the international level as well. He organized the Team USA entry in both the 1996 World Cup of Hockey and the 1998 Winter Olympics as the General Manager of each team. The former, paced by Hockey East alumni Brian Leetch (BC), Keith Tkachuk (BU) and Tony Amonte (BU) beat Canada in the finals, two games to one, to win the inaugural World Cup.

2013 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT Hockey East quarterfinal action in 2013 will again be a best-of-three format with the four highest seeds hosting series at their respective campus sites. As the regular season champion, the No. 1 seed will host No. 8. No. 2 will host No. 7, No. 3 will host No. 6, and No. 4 will host No. 5. The quarterfinals will be played from Friday, March 15, through Sunday, March 16. Tickets for these games will be available through the eight participating institutions. Teams will be re-seeded after the quarterfinals, with the four winners advancing to the Hockey East Championship Tournament at the TD Garden in Boston. The annual tournament awards night will be held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel on the evening of Thursday, March 21. Semifinalists will face-off at the Garden on the evening of Friday, March 22, with the winners playing for the Lamoriello Trophy the following night, March 23. The winner of the conference tournament receives an automatic berth in the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Championship Tournament, which begins on Friday, March 29th. NCAA regional sites for 2013 are Providence, R.I. (East; 3/30-31), Manchester, N.H. (Northeast; 3/29-30), Toledo, Ohio (Midwest; 3/30-31) and Grand Rapids, Mich. (West; 3/29-30). The Frozen Four this year will be held at the Consol Energy Center on April 11 & 13 in Pittsburgh, Pa.

TD GARDEN The Hockey East Championships were first held at the Providence Civic Center following the inaugural season of 1984-85. After several successful showings at the original Boston Garden, the tournament moved with its sister events to the FleetCenter, the Garden’s successor. The FleetCenter was re-christened as the TD Garden in the summer of 2005. The building has become a recognized leader in hosting college hockey events, having set attendance records for the NCAA Frozen Four in 1998, and boasting progressively larger crowds for the Beanpot and the Hockey East Championships, culminating with repeated sellouts for both events in recent years. The 2004 Frozen Four at the FleetCenter was a huge success, with tickets for the BC/Maine semifinal among the hottest in town. Since its grand opening in 1995, over 45 million people have come to the TD Banknorth Garden to see the arena’s famous tenants, the NHL’s Boston Bruins and NBA’s Boston Celtics, as well as world-renowned concerts and sporting events, family shows, wrestling, ice shows and much more. Measuring 755,000 square feet and sitting above a five story, 1,150 space parking garage, the state-of-the-art facility includes a multi-million dollar video scoreboard (Garden HDX), and a seating capacity of 17,565 for hockey games. The complex is easily accessible by the MBTA’s Green Line, Orange Line, and Commuter Rail via North Station. In the summer of 2006, The TD Garden went through an extreme make-over. The addition of The Premium Club’s SportsDeck and The Boardroom.

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2013 Hockey East Championship Tournament March 22-23 at Td Garden Boston College 1987 • 1990 • 1998 • 1999 • 2001 • 2005 • 2007 •2008•2010 • 2011 • 2012 Boston University • 1986 • 1991 • 1994 • 1995 • 1997 • 2006 • 2009 University of Maine 1989 • 1992 • 1993 • 2000 • 2004 University of New Hampshire 2002 • 2003 Northeastern University 1988 Providence College 1985 • 1996

WHO’S NEXT?... 88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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SEASON PREVIEW

EAGLES FAVORED FOR FIFTH STRAIGHT YEAR TO EARN REGULAR SEASON TITLE Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna released the 2012-13 men’s preseason coaches poll on Tuesday, Sept. 25th, which was announced at the league’s annual media day in the Legends Club at the TD Garden. The Eagles of Boston College are favored for the fifth consecutive season with 90 points and nine first-place votes. Boston College, the reigning NCAA, Hockey East Tournament and Regular-Season Champions, return 19 players from last season’s squad, including Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player Parker Milner (Pittsburgh, Pa.) in goal and Hockey East Tournament MVP Johnny Gaudreau (Carneys Point, N.J.). UMass-Lowell (74 points) is coming off one of the biggest turnarounds in NCAA history under second year head coach Norm Bazin with a 24-win season in 201112. The River Hawks return Second-Team All-Star Doug Carr (Hanover, Mass.) in net, along with senior captain Riley Wetmore (Swanton, Vt.) and Hockey East Rookie of the Year Scott Wilson (Oakville, Ont.).

Northeastern and Providence were deadlocked in the sixth spot with 44 points. The Huskies will look to return to the playoffs after missing last year by just one point and will return with five of their top seven scorers, along with senior goalie Chris Rawlings (North Delta, B.C.). The Friars will look to improve upon last season’s appearance in the Hockey East semifinals at the TD Garden. Head coach Nate Leaman returns 75% of the team’s scoring from a season ago, but will have to replace four-year starter Alex Beaudry in goal, who the Friars lost to graduation.

2012-13 PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL Rk. Team (FPV) 1. Boston College (9) 2. UMass-Lowell 3. Boston University 4. New Hampshire (1) 5. Maine 6. Northeastern Providence 8. Merrimack 9. Massachusetts 10. Vermont

The Terriers (73 pts.) will return 14 players from last season’s team that went to the NCAA Tournament and will add 10 newcomers to the mix. BU will have to replace four-year starter Kieran Millan at the goaltender position, who they lost to graduation. Senior captain Wade Megan (Canton, N.Y.) and junior Matt Nieto (Long Beach, Calif.) are the top two returning scorers on the Terriers’ roster.

Pts 90 74 73 63 56 44 44 38 35 23

Merrimack, Massachusetts and Vermont rounded out the rest of the poll with 39, 35 and 23 points respectively. The Warriors will have 18 players back from last season’s 18-win team, but will also have the task of replacing a First-Team AllStar Joe Cannata, who they lost to graduation. UMass, under guidance of first-year head coach John Micheletto, will return a league-high 25 letterwinners from last season’s team. Vermont will return 20 letterwinners, which includes six of their top eight scorers from last year.

New Hampshire (63 pts.) garnered the only other first-place vote in the coaches poll. The Wildcats return sophomore goaltender Casey DeSmith (Rochester, N.H.) and senior captain Connor Hardowa (Edmonton, Alta.) on the defensive side of the puck, while Kevin Goumas (Long Beach, N.Y.) and Nick Sorkin (Rockville, Md.) will most likely pace the ‘Cats offense. The Black Bears (56 pts.) will be paced offensively by Second-Team All-Star Joey Diamond (Long Beach, N.Y.), after losing five of its top six scorers. Maine will return junior Dan Sullivan (York, Pa.) in goal for another season in Orono. UMass-Lowell goaltender Doug Carr (Hanover, Mass.) and the River Hawks are picked second in the preseason coaches poll

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Boston College Senior Goaltender Parker Milner 2012 Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player


BOSTON COLLEGE

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2012-13 BOSTON COLLEGE EAGLES OPENING ROSTER #

Name (NHL) Cl. Pos. Ht.

1

Brian Billett

Fr.

G

6-1 185 Brunswick, Maine/New Hampshire (EJHL)

2

Colin Sullivan

Fr.

D

6-1 205 Milford, Conn./Avon Old Farms

3

Patch Alber

Sr.

D 5-10 170 Clifton Park, N.Y./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

4

Teddy Doherty

Fr.

D

5-9 178 Hopkinton, Mass./Dubuque (USHL)

Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02467 Founded: 1863 Undergraduate Enrollment: 9,099

5

Michael Matheson (FLA) Fr.

D

6-2 189 Pointe-Claire, Que./Dubuque (USHL)

6

Patrick Wey (A, WASH) Sr.

D

6-3 207 Pittsburgh, Pa./Waterloo (USHL)

7

Isaac MacLeod (SJS)

Jr.

D

6-5 214 Nelson, B.C./Penticton (BCHL)

Key Personnel

8

Travis Jeke

Fr.

D

6-2 192 Pittsburgh, Pa./Northwood School

9

Brendan Silk

Fr.

F

6-3 190 Wakefield, Mass./U.S. Under-18 Team

General

Quick facts

President: Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Athletics Director: TBA (617) 552-4680 Hockey Adminstator/Senior Associate AD Tom Peters (617) 552-4682 peterste@bc.edu Head Coach: Jerry York (617) 552-3028 mens.icehockey@bc.edu Administrative Assistant: Christina Coleman (617) 552-3028 colemacl@bc.edu Associate Head Coaches: Mike Cavanaugh Greg Brown Assistant Coaches: Jim Logue Director of Hockey Operations: John Hegarty (617) 552-0603 john.hegarty.1@bc.edu Media Relations: Tim Clark (617) 552-8841 clarktb@bc.edu Athletic Trainer: Bert Lenz (617) 552-8779 lenzb@bc.edu Strength and Conditioning: Russ DeRosa (617) 552-2155 russell.derosa.1@bc.edu Arena Manager: Norm Reid (617) 552-2916 reidn@bc.edu Ticket Manager: Matt Thompson (617) 552-2420 thompsmu@bc.edu

Team Information

Nickname: Eagles Colors: Maroon and Gold Home Arena/Capacity: Conte Forum (7,884) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 87 2011-12 Overall Record: 33-10-1 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 19-7-1/1st Team Captain: Pat Mullane Letterwinners R/L: 15/8 Newcomers: 6 First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 1st (11 times) Hockey East Tournament Titles: 11 (‘87, ‘90, ‘98, ‘99, ‘01, ‘05, ‘07, ‘08, ‘10, ‘11, ‘12) HEA Tournament Record: 59-23-2 NCAA Tournament App: 31 (Last in 2012) NCAA Frozen Fours: 23 (Last in 2012) NCAA Titles: Five (‘49, ‘01, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12)

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Wt. Hometown/Last Team

10 Danny Linell

So. F

11 Pat Mullane (C)

Sr.

F 5-11 188 Wallingford, Conn./Omaha (USHL)

5-7 178 Great Neck, N.Y./Choate Rosemary Hall

12 Kevin Hayes (CHI)

Jr.

F

6-3 213 Dorchester, Mass./Noble and Greenough

13 Johnny Gaudreau (CGY) So. F

5-8 153 Carneys Point, N.J./Dubuque (USHL)

14 Brooks Dyroff

Sr.

6-0 197 Boulder, Colo./Phillips Andover (Mass.)

15 Cam Spiro

So. F 5-10 210 Hingham, Mass./Tabor Academy

17 Destry Straight

So. F

18 Michael Sit

So. F 5-10 171 Edina, Minn./Edina

20 Peter McMullen

Fr.

F

6-1 209 Essex Fells, N.J./Delbarton Prep

21 Steven Whitney (A)

Sr.

F

5-7 167 Reading, Mass./Lawrence Academy

23 Patrick Brown

Jr.

F

6-1 207 Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Cranbrook Kingswood

24 Bill Arnold (CGY)

Jr.

F

6-0 206 Needham, Mass./U.S. Under-18 Team

27 Quinn Smith

So. F

29 Brad Barone

So. G 5-10 179 Medfield, Mass./South Shore (EJHL)

35 Parker Milner

Sr.

F

G

6-1 190 West Vancouver, B.C./Coquitlam (BCHL)

5-8 173 Fairfield, Conn./Avon Old Farms 6-1 188 Pittsburgh, Pa./Waterloo (USHL)

Boston College Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

HEA Record 24-9-1 (1st) 23-9-2 (1st) 26-6-0 (1st) 10-14-2 (5th) 16-6-4 (1st) 15-6-0 (1st) 16-5-0 (1st) 10-9-2 (5th) 6-15-3 (7th) 7-12-5 (6th) 8-14-2 (8th) 12-10-2 (5th) 9-12-3 (6th) 15-5-4 (2nd)

(History in Hockey East play)

HEA Tourney Runner-up Runner-up Won Title First round Runner-up Won Title First round Lost semifinal First round First round Lost play-in First round T-3rd place Won Title

Season HEA Record HEA Tourney 1998-99 15-7-2 (3rd) Won Title 1999-00 15-8-1 (3rd) Runner-up 2000-01 17-5-2 (1st) Won Title 2001-02 10-13-1 (6th) First round 2002-03 16-6-2 (T-1st) Lost semifinal 2003-04 17-4-3 (1st) First round 2004-05 14-3-7 (1st) Won Title 2005-06 17-8-2 (T-2nd) Runner-up 2006-07 18-8-1 (2nd) Won Title 2007-08 11-9-7 (4th) Won Title 2008-09 11-11-5 (6th) Lost semifinal 2009-10 16-8-3 (2nd) Won Title 2010-11 20-6-1 (1st) Won Title 2011-12 19-7-1 (1st) Won Title

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 1-2-0 vs. Boston University 2-1-0 vs. UMass Lowell 3-0-0 vs. Northeastern

1-2-0 vs. Maine 2-0-1 vs. Merrimack 3-0-0 vs. Providence

1-2-0 vs. Massachusetts 3-0-0 vs. New Hampshire 3-0-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 33-10-1 Hockey East: 19-7-1 (1st)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 7 vs Michigan State $ W, 5-2 8 vs NorthDakota$ W, 6-2 14 DENVER L, 2-4 15 at New Hampshire* W, 5-1 21 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 4-2 22 at Northeastern W, 4-3 (OT) 28 at UMass-Lowell* W, 4-2 29 UMASS-LOWELL* W, 6-3 NOVEMBER 4 MAINE* W, 5-1 5 at Massachusetts* L, 2-4 11 NORTHEASTERN* W, 2-1 13 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* L, 0-5 18 at Notre Dame L, 2-3 (OT) 26 at Yale W, 3-2 DECEMBER 2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * L, 3-5 3 at Boston University * W, 6-1 6 PROVIDENCE* W, 4-1 9 at UMass-Lowell L, 2-3 29 vs. Michigan % L, 2-4 30 vs. Michigan Tech % W, 2-1 JANUARY 8 MERRIMACK* T, 2-2 (OT) 13 at Massachusetts* L, 0-4 14 NORTHEASTERN* (FF) W, 2-1 20 at Maine* L, 3-4 (OT) 21 at Maine* L, 4-7 27 NEW HAMPSHIRE* W, 4-3 28 at New Hampshire W, 3-2 (OT) FEBRUARY 6 vs. Northeastern (BP) W, 7-1 10 at Vermont W, 6-1 13 vs Boston University (BP) W, 3-2 (OT) 17 MERRIMACK* W, 4-2 18 at Merrimack* W, 2-1 24 at Providence* W, 3-0 25 PROVIDENCE* W, 7-0 MARCH 2 VERMONT* W, 5-1 3 VERMONT* W, 4-0 9 MASSACHUSETTS (HEA) W, 2-1 9 MASSACHUSETTS (HEA) W, 3-2 16 vs. Providence (HEA) W, 4-2 17 vs. Maine (HEA) W, 4-1 24 vs. Air Force (NCAA) W, 2-0 25 vs. Minn.-Duluth (NCAA) W, 4-0 APRIL 5 vs. Minnesota (NCAA) W, 6-1 7 vs. Ferris State (NCAA) W, 4-1 $ - Ice Breaker Tournament % - Great Lakes Invitational (Detroit, MI)

Jerry York

Head Coach

Phone: (617) 552-3028 Fax: (617) 552-0029

~ THE YORK FILE ~ Born: July 25, 1945; Watertown, Mass. Wife: Bobbie Grandchildren: 1 Grown Children: Laura and Brendan

OCTOBER 6 NEW BRUNSWICK (Exh) 13 at Northeastern * 19 at Massachusetts * 20 NORTHEASTERN * 26 at UMass Lowell * 28 UMASS LOWELL *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM

NOVEMBER 2 at Maine * (WABI-TV) 4 MASSACHUSETTS * 9 NOTRE DAME 11 at Boston U. * (NESN) 16 MERRIMACK * 24 DARTMOUTH 30 at Boston U. * (NBCSN)

7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM

Alma Mater: Boston College ‘67 Prior College Coaching Experience:

DECEMBER 1 BOSTON U. * (NBCSN) 7:30 PM 7 at Providence * (COX) 7:00 PM 29 vs. Alabama-Huntsville $ TBA 30 vs. Minnesota/Air Force $ TBA

Record at BC: 446-222-60 (18 seasons) Overall Record: 913-557-94 (40 seasons) Hockey East: 260-144-56 (18 seasons) Hockey East Titles: Nine (Last in 2012) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 19 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 12 NCAA Titles: Four (‘01, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12)

JANUARY 4 YALE 7:00 PM 11 NEW HAMPSHIRE * (NESN) 7:00 PM 12 at New Hampshire * 7:00 PM 18 MASSACHUSETTS * 7:00 PM 19 at Northeastern * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 25 MAINE * (NESN) 7:00 PM 26 MAINE * 7:00 PM

1970-72 – Assistant, Clarkson 1972-79 – Head Coach, Clarkson 1979-94 – Head Coach, Bowling Green

COACHING HONORS • Spencer Penrose Award – 1977 (National Coach of the Year)

• Clark Hodder Award – 2004 (New England Coach of the Year)

• Bob Kullen Award – 2004, 2011 (Hockey East Coach of the Year)

• CCHA Coach of the Year – 1982

Boston College Coaching Staff

Greg Brown BC ‘90

Mike Cavanaugh Bowdoin ‘90

Jim Logue BC ‘61

FEBRUARY 1 VERMONT * 7:00 PM 4 vs. Harvard (BP, NESN) 8:00 PM 8 UMASS LOWELL * 7:00 PM 11 BU/Northeastern (BP) 4:30/7:30 15 at Merrimack * 7:30 PM 17 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 4:00 PM 24 at Merrimack * (CBSSN) 4:00 PM MARCH 1 at Providence * (COX) 2 PROVIDENCE * 8 at Vermont * 9 at Vermont * (WCAX-TV) $ - Mariucci Classic

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BC MEDIA RELATIONS TIM CLARK Office Phone: (617) 552-8841 Cell Phone: (857) 233-3536 Email: clarktb@bc.edu Fax: (617) 552-4903 Press Box: (617) 552-4747

B C E agles . c om Rev. William P. Leahy

President

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2012-13 BOSTON UNIVERSITY TERRIERS OPENING ROSTER Quick facts

General

Name (NHL rights) Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Last Team

1

Anthony Moccia

Jr.

G

5-8 160 Medford, Mass./Buckingham Browne & Nichols

2

Ryan Ruikka (A)

Sr.

D

6-0 200 Chelsea, Mich./Jersey (EJHL)

3

Ahti Oksanen

Fr.

D

6-3 201 Kirkkonummi, Finland/Espoo (Jr. A SM-Liiga)

4

Patrick MacGregor

Jr.

D

6-4 230 Hamden, Conn./Avon Old Farms

Matt Grzelcyk (BOS)

Fr.

D

5-9 171 Charlestown, Mass./U.S. Under-18 Team

Alexx Privitera

So. D 5-11 195 Old Tappan, N.J./Muskegon (USHL)

7

Cason Hohmann

So. F

8

Ben Rosen

Sr. F/D 5-11 195 Syosset, N.Y./South Shore (EJHL)

9

Wesley Myron (VAN)

Location: Boston, Mass. 02215 5 Founded: 1839 6 Undergraduate Enrollment: 15,977

Key Personnel

President: Robert A. Brown Athletics Director: Mike Lynch (617) 353-1905 nrowan@bu.edu Head Coach Jack Parker (617) 353-4639 hockey@bu.edu Administrative Assistant: Kathi Brown (617) 353-4639 kathib@bu.edu Associate Head Coach: Mike Bavis (617) 353-4696 bavis@bu.edu Assistant Coach: Buddy Powers (617) 353-4696 bpowers@bu.edu Goaltending Coach: Mike Geragosian Director of Hockey Operations: Pertti Hasanen (617) 358-6306 phasanen@bu.edu Media Relations: Brian Kelley (617) 353-2872 bkelley@bu.edu Strength and Conditioning Coach: Anthony Morando (617) 358-7171 amorando@bu.edu Athletic Trainer: Larry Venis (617) 353-7326 lvenisat@bu.edu Equipment Manager: Mike DiMella (617) 353-2747/3248 mdima@bu.edu Arena Manager: Kris Brassil (617) 358-7000 kbrassil@bu.edu Ticket Manager: Dennis Dunn (617) 358-7000 ddunn@bu.edu

Team INFORMATION

Nickname/Colors: Terriers/Scarlet and White Home Arena (Capacity): Agganis Arena (6,300) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 90 2011-12 Overall Record: 23-15-1 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 17-9-1/T-2nd Wade Megan Team Captain: 14/8 Letterwinners R/L: 10 Newcomers: First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 1 st (eight times) Seven Hockey East Tournament Titles: (‘86, ‘91, ‘94, ‘95, ‘97, ‘06, ‘09) Hockey East Tournament Record: 59-34-1 NCAA Tournament App: 32 (Last in 2012) NCAA Frozen Fours: 21 (Last in 2009) NCAA Titles: Five (‘71, ‘72, ‘78, ‘95, ‘09)

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5-8 178 Arlington, Texas/Cedar Rapids (USHL)

Fr.

F

10 Danny O’Regan (SJS)

Fr.

F 5-10 176 Needham, Mass./St. Sebastian’s

11 Mike Moran

Fr.

F

12 Yasin Cissé (WPG)

So. F

13 Garrett Noonan (NSH) Jr.

D

6-2 188 Victoria, B.C./Victoria (BCHL) 6-1 205 Marshfield, Mass./Bay State (EJHL) 6-3 215 Westmount, Que./Des Moines (USHL) 6-1 205 Norfolk, Mass./Vernon (BCHL)

14 Jake Moscatel

Sr. F/D 6-0 200 Lexington, Mass./U. of New England (ECAC East)

15 Ryan Santana

Sr.

F

6-1 195 Yorba Linda, Calif./Vernon (BCHL)

16 Sam Kurker (STL)

Fr.

F

6-3 210 Reading, Mass./St. John’s Prep

17 Evan Rodrigues

So. F 5-10 175 Etobicoke, Ont./Georgetown (OJHL)

18 Wade Megan (C, FLA) Sr.

F

6-1 190 Canton, N.Y./South Kent School

19 Matt Nieto (SJS)

Jr.

F

6-0 192 Long Beach, Calif./U.S. Under-18 Team

20 Matt Ronan

Jr. F/D 5-11 187 Woburn, Mass./Jr. Warriors (EJHL)

21 Sean Escobedo

Sr.

D

23 Matt Lane

Fr.

F 5-10 175 Rochester, N.Y./U.S. Under-18 Team

28 Sahir Gill

Jr.

F 5-10 178 Terrace, B.C./Vernon (BCHL)

29 Matt O’Connor

Fr.

G

6-5 201 Toronto, Ont./Youngstown (USHL)

31 Sean Maguire (PIT)

Fr.

G

6-2 202 Powell River, B.C./Powell River (BCHL)

6-1 205 Bayside, N.Y./Sioux Falls (USHL)

Boston University (History in Hockey East play) Season HEA Record 1984-85 19-11-4 (2nd) 1985-86 20-11-3 (2nd) 1986-87 15-14-3 (4th) 1987-88 11-12-3 (3rd) 1988-89 10-15-1 (5th) 1989-90 12-7-2 (3rd) 1990-91 13-6-2 (3rd) 1991-92 11-6-4 (t-2nd) 1992-93 18-5-1 (2nd) 1993-94 21-3-0 (1st) 1994-95 16-5-3 (t-1st) 1995-96 17-5-2 (1st) 1996-97 16-4-4 (t-1st) 1997-98 18-4-2 (1st)

HEA Tourney 3rd place Won title First round First round First round Lost semifinal Won title First round Runner-up Won title Won title 3rd place Won title First round

Season HEA Record 1998-99 8-13-3 (5th) 1999-00 15-3-6 (1st) 2000-01 9-12-3 (6th) 2001-02 15-6-3 (t-2nd) 2002-03 13-10-1 (t-4th) 2003-04 6-13-5 (8th) 2004-05 15-5-4 (t-2nd) 2005-06 17-7-3 (1st) 2006-07 13-6-8 (3rd) 2007-08 15-9-3 (2nd) 2008-09 18-5-4 (1st) 2009-10 13-12-2 (T-3rd) 2010-11 15-6-6 (3rd) 2011-12 17-9-1 (T-2nd)

HEA Tourney First round Lost semifinal First round Lost semifinal Runner-up Lost semifinal Lost semifinal Won title Lost semifinal Lost semifinal Won title Lost semifinal First round Lost semifinal

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 2-1-0 vs. Boston College 1-2-0 vs. UMass Lowell 2-1-0 vs. Northeastern

1-2-0 vs. Maine 2-1-0 vs. Merrimack 2-1-0 vs. Providence

1-1-1 vs. Massachusetts 3-0-0 vs. New Hampshire 3-0-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 23-15-1 Hockey East: 17-9-1 (T-2nd)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern (EST)

OCTOBER 1 ST. FRANCIS XAVIER (Exh.) L, 4-6 8 NEW HAMPSHIRE* W, 5-0 14 at Providence* L, 3-5 15 DENVER W, 4-3 22 HOLY CROSS L, 4-5 28 at Massachusetts* T, 2-2 (OT) 29 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 5-4 (OT) NOVEMBER 5 at UMass-Lowell* 11 MERRIMACK* 13 at Boston College* 18 VERMONT* 19 NEW HAMPSHIRE* 26 vs. Cornell ^

OCTOBER 7 TORONTO (Exh) 1:00 PM 13 PROVIDENCE * 7:00 PM 20 at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 26 MASSACHUSETTS * 7:30 PM 27 at Massachusetts * (CBS3) 7:00 PM

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

DECEMBER 2 at Boston College * 3 BOSTON COLLEGE* 8 at New Hampshire* 10 at Maine* 31 at Notre Dame

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

JANUARY 6 MERRIMACK* W, 4-2 8 USA UNDER-18 TEAM (Exh.) T, 3-3 (OT) 13 at Northeastern* W, 4-3 14 at Harvard W, 4-3 (OT) 20 PROVIDENCE* W, 6-1 21 at Providence* W, 8-0 27 MAINE* L, 2-4 28 MAINE* L, 1-3 FEBRUARY 3 at Merrimack* W, 4-1 6 vs. Harvard (BP) W, 3-1 10 MASSACHUSETTS* L, 2-3 13 vs. BOSTON COLLEGE (BP) L, 2-3 (OT) 17 at UMass-Lowell* W, 7-4 18 UMASS-LOWELL* L, 2-4 24 at Vermont* W, 5-0 25 at Vermont* W, 3-2 (OT) MARCH 2 NORTHEASTERN* W, 5-2 3 at Northeastern* L, 4-5 (OT) 9 NEW HAMPSHIRE (HEA) L, 2-3 (2OT) 10 NEW HAMPSHIRE (HEA) W, 4-2 11 NEW HAMPSHIRE (HEA) W, 5-4 (2OT) 16 vs. Maine (HEA) L, 3-5 24 vs. Minnesota (NCAA) L, 3-7 ^ - Madison Square Garden (NY)

Jack Parker

Head Coach

Phone: (617) 353-4639 Fax: (617) 353-4321

~ THE PARKER FILE ~ Born: March 11, 1945; Somerville, Mass. Wife: Jacqueline Grandchildren: 3 Grown Daughters: Allison and Jacqueline Alma Mater: Boston University ‘68 Prior College Coaching Experience: 1969-73 – Assistant, Boston U.

Record at BU: 876-456-113 (39 seasons) Overall Record: Same Hockey East: 406-224-86 (39 seasons) Hockey East Titles: Seven (Last in 2009) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 24 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 13 NCAA Titles: Three (1978, 1995, 2009) COACHING HONORS • Spencer Penrose Award – 1975, 1978, 2009

(National Coach of the Year)

(Hockey East Coach of the Year)

• Clark Hodder Award – 1978, 1984, 1986 (N.E. Coach of the Year) 2000, 2005, 2006 • Bob Kullen Award – ‘86, ‘92, ‘00, ‘05, ‘06

Boston University Coaching Staff

Mike Bavis Boston U. ‘93

Buddy Powers Boston U. ‘75

NOVEMBER 2 at North Dakota 8:37 PM 3 at North Dakota 8:07 PM 9 at Merrimack * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 11 BOSTON COLLEGE * (NESN) 5:00 PM 16 at Vermont * 7:05 PM 18 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 5:00 PM 24 ST. LAWRENCE 7:00 PM 30 BOSTON COLLEGE * (NBCSN) 7:30 PM DECEMBER 1 at Boston College * (NBCSN) 7:30 PM 6 at New Hampshire * 7:00 PM 8 MAINE * (CBSSN) 8:00 PM 29 at Denver $ 9:00 PM JANUARY 4 RENSSELAER 9 HARVARD 11 at Merrimack * 18 NORTHEASTERN * (NESN) 19 UMASS LOWELL * 25 at Providence * 26 PROVIDENCE * (NESN)

7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

FEBRUARY 1 at Massachusetts * 7:00 PM 4 vs. Northeastern (BP, NESN) 5:00 PM 8 MERRIMACK * 7:30 PM 11 vs. Harvard/BC (BP) 4:30/7:30 15 at Maine * (NBCSN) 7:30 PM 16 at Maine * (NESN) 7:00 PM 22 UMASS LOWELL * 7:30 PM 23 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM MARCH 1 VERMONT * 2 VERMONT * 8 at Northeastern * (CBSSN) 9 NORTHEASTERN * $ - Hall of Fame Game

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

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7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM

Mike Geragosian Lowell ‘75

BU MEDIA RELATIONS Brian Kelley Office Phone: (617) 353-2872 Cell Phone: (617) 595-6999 Email: bkelley@bu.edu Fax: (617) 353-5286 Press Box: (617) 358-7300

G o T err i ers . c om Robert A. Brown

President

Mike Lynch

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

MAINE

2012-13 MAINE BLACK BEARS OPENING ROSTER Quick facts

Name (NHL) Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Last Team

2

Mike Cornell (C)

Sr.

D

6-0 195 Franklin, Mass./New Hampshire (EJHL)

3

Mark Nemec (C)

Sr.

D

6-4 205 Rouses Point, N.Y./New Hampshire (EJHL)

Jake Rutt

So. D

Andrew Cerratani

So. F 5-11 180 Pelham, N.H./Lawrence Academy (ISL)

Kyle Williams

Fr.

D 5-10 190 Bowdoinham, Maine/New Hampshire (EJHL)

Ryan Lomberg

Fr.

F 5-10 180 Richmond Hill, Ont./Muskegon (USHL)

10 Ben Hutton (VAN)

Fr.

D

6-3 195 Prescott, Ont./Nepean (OJHL)

11 Steven Swavely

Fr.

F

6-2 195 Reading, Pa./New Jersey (EJHL)

12 Bill Norman

Fr.

D

5-9 160 Stockholm, Sweden/Rochester Mayo

15 John Parker

So. F

6-0 185 Green Brook, N.J./Muskegon (USHL)

16 Brice O’Connor

Jr.

D 5-11 190 Londonderry, N.H./New Hampshire (EJHL)

18 Jon Swavely

Jr.

F

5-9 175 Reading, Pa./New Jersey (EJHL)

21 Kyle Beattie

Sr.

F

6-1 175 Avondale, Ariz./New Hampshire (EJHL)

22 Stu Higgins

So. F

24 Mark Anthoine

Jr.

F 5-11 190 Lewiston, Maine/Sioux Falls (USHL)

26 Adam Shemansky

Sr.

F

5-7 160 Robbinsville, N.J./New Hampshire (EJHL)

28 Will Merchant

Fr.

F

6-1 185 Eagan, Minn./Eagan High School

29 Connor Leen

So. F

5-8 163 Chester, N.Y./New Jersey (EJHL)

30 Dan Sullivan

Jr.

G

6-2 185 York, Pa./Texas (NAHL)

36 Matt Morris

Fr.

G 5-11 195 Ridgewood, N.J./Dubuque (USHL)

39 Joey Diamond (C)

Sr.

F

44 Conor Riley

Fr. F/D 6-1 175 Massena, N.Y./Jr. Warriors (EJHL)

4 General Location: Orono, Maine 04469 5 Founded: 1865 6 Undergraduate Enrollment: 11,168

Key Personnel President: Dr. Paul Ferguson Athletics Director: Steve Abbott (207) 581-1052 Head Coach: Tim Whitehead (207) 581-1108 tim.whitehead@umit.maine.edu Administrative Assistant: Nannette Marcinkowski (207) 581-1106 nannette.marcinkowski@maine.edu Associate Head Coaches: Bob Corkum (207) 581-1166 robert.corkum@umit.maine.edu Dan Kerluke (207) 581-2760 dan.kerluke@umit.maine.edu Volunteer Assistant Coach: David Alexander (207) 581-1445 Media Relations: Laura Reed (207) 581-3646 laura.reed@maine.edu Athletic Trainer/Hockey Operations: Paul Culina (207) 581-1071 paul.culina@umit.maine.edu Strength and Conditioning: Terry O’Neill (207) 581-2732 terrence.e.oneill@umit.maine.edu Equipment Manager: Kevin Ritz (207) 581-1070 kevin.ritz@umit.maine.edu Arena Manager: Scott White (207) 581-1104 scott.f.white@umit.maine.edu Ticket Manager: Deb Leavitt (207) 581-1189 deb.leavitt@umit.maine.edu Team Data Nickname/Colors: Black Bears/Blue and White Home Arena (Capacity): Alfond Arena (5,445) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 85 2011-12 Overall Record: 23-14-3 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 15-10-2/4th Team Captains: M. Cornell, J. Diamond, M. Nemec Letterwinners R/L: 17(10F,5D,2G)/7(4F,2D,1G) 8 (5F,2D,1G) Newcomers: First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 1st (3 times) HEA Tournament Championships: Five (‘89, ‘92, ‘93, ‘00, ‘04) Hockey East Tournament Record: 52-30-0 NCAA Tournament App: 18 (Last 2012) NCAA Frozen Fours: 11 (Last in 2007) Two (1993 and 1999) NCAA Titles:

20

#

7

6-2 215 Scarborough, Maine/New Hampshire (EJHL)

5-8 172 Troy, Mich./Youngstown (USHL)

5-8 170 Long Beach, N.Y./Hamilton (OJHL)

51 Martin Ouellette (CBJ) Jr.

G

6-2 175 St-Hippolyte, Quebec/Kimball Union

71 Nick Pryor (ANA)

Sr.

D

6-0 185 St. Paul, Minn./Waterloo (USHL)

91 Klas Leidermark

Sr.

F

5-9 185 Gavle, Sweden/Brynas

94 Devin Shore (DAL)

Fr.

F

6-1 190 Ajax, Ont. /Whitby (OJHL)

Maine (History in Hockey East play) Season HEA Record 1984-85 8-26-0 (7th) 1985-86 8-25-1 (5th) 1986-87 19-12-1 (3rd) 1987-88 20-4-2 (1st) 1988-89 17-9-0 (2nd) 1989-90 14-6-1 (2nd) 1990-91 15-5-1 (2nd) 1991-92 12-7-2 (T-2nd) 1992-93 22-1-1 (1st) 1993-94 3-20-1 (8th) 1994-95 15-3-6 (T-1st) 1995-96 14-6-4 (3rd) 1996-97 16-7-1 (3rd) 1996-97 16-7-1 (3rd) 1997-98 10-11-3 (6th)

HEA Tourney First Round First Round Runner-up Runner-up Won title Runner-up Runner-up Won title Won title First Round 3rd place Runner-up – – Runner-up

Season 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

HEA Record 17-5-2 (2nd) 13-7-4 (4th) 12-7-5 (T-2nd) 14-5-5 (T-2nd) 14-6-4 (3rd) 17-5-2 (2nd) 13-6-5 (4th) 17-8-2 (T-2nd) 14-12-1 (5th) 9-15-3 (9th) 7-17-3 (8th) 13-12-2 (T-3rd) 14-8-5 (5th) 15-10-2 (4th)

HEA Tourney Lost semifinal Won title Lost semifinal Runner-up First round Won title Lost semifinal Lost semifinal First Round – First Round Runner-up First Round Runner-up

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 2-1-0 vs. Boston College 1-2-0 vs. UMass Lowell 2-1-0 vs. Northeastern

2-1-0 vs. Boston University 0-2-1 vs. Merrimack 2-1-0 vs. Providence

1-1-1 vs. Massachusetts 2-1-0 vs. New Hampshire 3-0-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 23-14-3 Hockey East: 15-10-2 (4th)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 2 NEW BRUNSWICK (Exh.) W, 7-3 7 MERRIMACK* L, 1-2 9 NORTHEASTERN* W, 6-3 14 at North Dakota L, 1-3 15 at North Dakota T, 3-3 (OT) 28 PROVIDENCE* W, 5-4 (OT) 29 PROVIDENCE* W, 3-1 NOVEMBER 4 at Boston College* L, 1-5 5 at New Hampshire* L, 2-3 11 UMASS-LOWELL* L, 3-5 12 UMASS-LOWELL* L, 3-4 18 at Massachusetts* T, 2-2 (OT) 23 USA UNDER-18 (Exh.) W, 6-4 26 CLARKSON W, 4-3 DECEMBER 2 at Vermont* W, 6-4 3 at Vermont* W, 5-2 10 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * L, 1-5 29 vs Clarkson% W, 6-1 30 vs Massachusetts % W, 5-2 JANUARY 4 VERMONT* W, 3-1 7 vs New Hampshire* W, 5-4 (OT) 13 at Merrimack* L, 2-6 14 at Merrimack* T, 2-2 (OT) 20 BOSTON COLLEGE* W, 4-3 (OT) 21 BOSTON COLLEGE* W, 7-4 27 at Boston University* W, 4-2 28 at Boston University* W, 3-1 FEBRUARY 3 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE W, 4-3 (OT) 4 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE W, 5-0 10 at Providence* L, 3-4 11 at UMass-Lowell* W, 2-1 17 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 7-3 18 MASSACHUSETTS * L, 1-4 24 at Northeastern* L, 2-4 25 at Northeastern* W, 7-1 MARCH 3 NEW HAMPSHIRE* W, 1-0 9 MERRIMACK (HEA) W, 2-1 10 MERRIMACK (HEA) L, 2-5 11 MERRIMACK (HEA) W, 2-1 16 vs. Boston U. (HEA) W, 5-3 17 vs. Boston College (HEA) L, 1-4 24 vs. Minn.-Duluth (NCAA) L, 2-5 % - Florida College Classic (Estero, FL)

OCTOBER 6 vs. QUINNIPIAC 7:00 PM 7 NEW BRUNSWICK (Exh) 4:00 PM 12 vs. Notre Dame $ (NBCSN) 7:00 PM 13 vs. Army/Neb.Omaha $ 4:30/7:30 19 ST. LAWRENCE (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 20 ST. LAWRENCE (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 26 at Providence * (COX) 7:00 PM 27 at Providence * (COX) 7:00 PM

Tim Whitehead

Head Coach

Phone: (207) 581-1106 Fax: (207) 581-1102

~ THE WHITEHEAD FILE ~ Born: July 27, 1961; New York, NY Wife: Dena Children: Natalie (13) and Zachary (11) Alma Mater: Hamilton ‘85 Prior College Coaching Experience:

1988-90 – Assistant, Middlebury 1990-91 – Assistant, Maine 1991-96 – Assistant, UMass Lowell 1996-01 – Head Coach, UMass Lowell

Record at Maine: 239-152-46 (11 seasons) Overall Record: 315-247-57 (16 seasons) Hockey East: 191-170-44 (16 seasons) Hockey East Titles: One (2004) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 6 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 4 COACHING HONORS • Spencer Penrose Award – 2002 (National Coach of the Year)

Maine Coaching Staff

Bob Corkum Maine ‘89

Dan Kerluke Maine ‘01

David Alexander New Brunswick ‘06

NOVEMBER 2 BOSTON COLLEGE * (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 4:00 PM 9 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM 10 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM 16 MASSACHUSETTS * 7:00 PM 30 VERMONT * (CBSSN) 8:00 PM DECEMBER 1 VERMONT * 8 at Boston U. * (CBSSN) 28 vs. Minnesota-Duluth # 29 vs. Ferris State/Cornell #

7:00 PM 8:00 PM TBA TBA

JANUARY 4 MERCYHURST ^ 5 MERCYHURST 11 at Northeastern * 12 at Merrimack * 18 MERRIMACK * 19 MERRIMACK * (WABI-TV) 25 at Boston College * (NESN) 26 at Boston College *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

FEBRUARY 1 PROVIDENCE * 3 UMASS LOWELL * 9 at Vermont * (WCAX-TV) 15 BOSTON U. * (NBCSN) 16 BOSTON U. * (NESN) 22 at Massachusetts * 23 at Massachusetts * (CBS3)

7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

MAINE

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MARCH 1 NORTHEASTERN * (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 2 NORTHEASTERN * (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 8 at New Hampshire * (NBCSN) 7:30 PM 9 at New Hampshire * 7:00 PM $ - IceBreaker Tournament # - Florida College Classic ^ - Cumberland Country Civic Center (Portland, ME)

MAINE MEDIA RELATIONS Laura Reed Office Phone: (207) 581-3646 Cell Phone: (207) 478-4256 Email: laura.reed@maine.edu Fax: (207) 581-3297 Press Box: (207) 581-1049

G o B la c k B ears . c om Dr. Paul Ferguson

President

Steve Abbott

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

21


MASSACHUSETTS

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 MASSACHUETTS MINUTEMEN OPENING ROSTER Quick facts General

Location: Amherst, Mass. 01003 Founded: 1863 Undergraduate Enrollment: 27,569

Key Personnel

President: Dr. Robert L. Caret Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy Athletics Director: John McCutcheon (413) 545-4086 Head Coach: John Micheletto (413) 545-5175 jmicheletto@admin.umass.edu Administrative Assistant: Lisa Kennedy (413) 545-5175 Assistant Coaches: Len Quesnelle quesnelle@admin.umass.edu Joey Gasparini gasparini@admin.umass.edu Director of Hockey Operations: John Gobeil (802) 999-0816 jgobeil@admin.umass.edu Athletic Trainer: Jeff Smith (413) 545-2866 jbsmith@admin.umass.edu Media Relations: Jillian Jakuba (413) 577-0053 jjakuba@admin.umass.edu Strength and Conditioning Coach: George Greene (413) 545-5427 ggreene@admin.umass.edu Equipment Manager: Josh Penn (413) 545-4286 pennjosh@admin.umass.edu Arena Manager: Casey Heverling (413) 545-3129 cheverling@admin.umass.edu Ticket Manager: Sean Quinn (413) 545-0810 squinn@admin.umass.edu

Team Information

Nickname/Colors: Minutemen/Maroon & White Home Arena (Capacity): Mullins Center (8,373) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 95 2011-12 Overall Record: 13-18-5 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 9-14-4/T-8th Team Captain: TBA Letterwinners R/L: 25(15F,7D,3G)/4(2F,1D,1G) 4 (3F,1D) Newcomers: First Season in Hockey East: 1994-95 Best Regular Season Finish: 3rd (2003-04) Hockey East Tournament Record: 9-26-0 NCAA Tournament App: One (Last in 2007)

#

Name (NHL) Cl. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Last Team

1

Jeff Teglia

G

Jr.

6-0

180

Bloomingdale, Ill./Omaha (USHL)

2

Mike Busillo

F

So. 6-2

205

Wallingford, Conn./Jr. Wolfpack (AJHL)

3

Kevin Czepiel

F

Sr.

5-9

170

Holyoke, Mass./New Jersey (EJHL)

4

Conor Allen

D

Jr.

6-1

203

Chicago, Ill./Sioux Falls (USHL)

5

Anthony Raiola

D

Jr.

6-0

202

Victoria, Minn./North Iowa (NAHL)

7

Michael Pereira

F

Jr. 5-11

180

West Haven, Conn./Avon Old Farms

8

Colin Shea

D

Jr.

6-2

200

Shrewsbury, Mass./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

9

Steven Guzzo

F

So. 6-0

190

Oakville, Ont./Oakville (OJAHL)

10 Eric Filiou

F

Jr. 5-11

178

Vaudreuil, Que./Penticton (BCHL)

11 Rob Dongara

F

Jr. 5-10

175

Scituate, Mass./Northeastern

12 Rocco Carzo

F

Sr.

6-1

203

Media, Pa./Des Moines (USHL)

13 Conor Sheary

F

Jr.

5-9

160

Melrose, Mass./Cushing Prep

14 Andrew Tegeler

F

So. 6-2

200

Hopkington, Mass./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

15 Shane Walsh

F

Fr. 5-11

180

West Roxbury, Mass./South Shore (EJHL)

16 Eddie Olczyk

F

Sr. 5-11

191

Long Grove, Ill./Waterloo (USHL)

17 Darren Rowe

D

Sr. 5-10

180

Simi Valley, Calif./Cedar Rapids (USHL)

18 Zack LaRue

F

So. 6-2

194

Sault Ste. Marie, Ont./Markham (OJHL)

19 Emerson Auvenshine

F

So. 6-2

195

Eaton Rapids, Mich./Bismark (NAHL)

20 Evan Stack

F

Fr.

6-1

193

Calgary, Alta./Merritt (BCHL)

21 Patrick Kiley

F

Jr. 5-11

184

Reading, Mass./New Hampshire (EJHL)

22 Troy Power

F

Jr. 5-11

197

Camarillo, Calif./Omaha (USHL)

23 Connor Doherty

D

Fr.

6-2

195

Holden, Mass./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

24 Peter DeAngelo

F

Jr.

5-7

180

Milford, Mass./New Hampshire (EJHL)

25 Oleg Yevenko

D

So. 6-7

225

Minsk, Belarus/Fargo (USHL)

26 Branden Gracel

F

Jr.

170

Calgary, Alta./Fort McMurray (AJHL)

27 Adam Phillips

D

Jr.

6-6

195

Farmington Hills, Mich./Indiana (USHL)

28 K.J. Tiefenwerth

F

Fr.

5-9

160

Bellmore, N.Y./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

33 Kevin Boyle

G

So. 6-1

200

Manalapan, N.J./Westside (BCHL)

39 Steve Mastalerz

G

So. 6-2

200

North Andover, Mass./Kimball Union

44 Joel Hanley

D

Jr.

180

Keswick, Ont./Newmarket (CCHL)

6-0

Massachusetts Season 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

HEA Record 3-21-0 (9th) 4-14-6 (8th) 7-17-0 (8th) 3-19-2 (t-8th) 8-14-2 (t-6th) 5-15-4 (8th) 7-15-2 (9th) 3-19-2 (9th) 10-14-0 (6th)

(History in Hockey East play)

HEA Tourney First round First round First round – First round First round – – Lost semifinal

Season 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

HEA Record 12-9-3 (3rd) 6-16-2 (8th) 10-15-2 (8th) 15-9-3 (4th) 9-13-5 (8th) 10-14-3 (7th) 13-14-0 (7th) 5-16-6 (8th) 9-14-4 (T-8th)

HEA Tourney Runner-up First round First round Lost semifinal First round First round First round First round First round

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 2-1-0 vs. Boston College 0-3-0 vs. UMass Lowell 1-1-1 vs. Northeastern

22

5-9

1-1-1 vs. Boston University 1-2-0 vs. Merrimack 0-2-1 vs. Providence

1-1-1 vs. Maine 1-2-0 vs. New Hampshire 2-1-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 13-18-5 Hockey East: 9-14-4 (T-8th)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 7 at Northeastern* T, 3-3 (OT) 14 BENTLEY W, 5-3 15 at Providence* L, 4-6 21 at Boston College* L, 2-4 28 BOSTON U.* T, 2-2 (OT) 29 at Boston U.* L, 4-5 (OT) NOVEMBER 4 at New Hampshire* L, 3-7 5 BOSTON COLLEGE * W, 4-2 11 HOLY CROSS W, 7-2 12 NORTHEASTERN* W, 4-2 18 MAINE* T, 2-2 (OT) 19 at UMass-Lowell L, 0-4 22 at Vermont* L, 1-2 26 at Quinnipiac L, 2-4 DECEMBER 2 HARVARD 7 YALE 29 vs Cornell% 30 vs Maine%

T, 4-4 (OT) W, 3-1 W, 5-2 L, 2-5

JANUARY 5 at Providence* T, 4-4 (OT) 7 vs Vermont* (FF) W, 3-2 (OT) 13 BOSTON COLLEGE* W, 4-0 20 VERMONT* W, 4-3 27 UMASS-LOWELL* L, 2-4 28 at UMass-Lowell* L, 2-5

John Micheletto

Head Coach

Phone: (413) 545-5175 Fax: (413) 577-0542

~ THE MICHELETTO FILE ~ Born: November 23, 1965 Wife: Melinda Alma Mater: Dartmouth ‘90 Prior College Coaching Experience: 2003-06 Vermont Assistant Coach 2006-12 1999-03 1996-99

Vermont Associate Head Coach Notre Dame Assistant Coach Union College Assistant Coach

Record at UMass: First Season Overall Record: First Season

FEBRUARY 3 at Northeastern* L, 3-4 (OT) 4 MERRIMACK* L, 3-4 10 at Boston U.* W, 3-2 11 PROVIDENCE* L, 4-5 17 at Maine* L, 3-7 18 at Maine* W, 4-1 24 NEW HAMPSHIRE* L, 3-4 25 NEW HAMPSHIRE * W, 4-2

Massachusetts Coaching Staff

MARCH 2 MERRIMACK* W, 5-1 3 at Merrimack* L, 3-5 9 at Boston College HEA) L, 1-2 10 at Boston College (HEA) L, 2-3 % - Florida College Classic (Estero, FL)

Len Quesnelle Princeton ‘88

Joey Gasparini Vermont ‘06

OCTOBER 12 CONNECTICUT (CBS3) 19 BOSTON COLLEGE * 26 at Boston University * 27 BOSTON U. * (CBS3)

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM

NOVEMBER 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 4 at Boston College * 9 PROVIDENCE * 16 at Maine * 18 UMASS LOWELL * (CBS3) 20 VERMONT * (CBS3) 24 QUINNIPIAC 30 NORTHEASTERN * (CBS3)

7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

DECEMBER 1 at Northeastern * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 7 COLGATE (CBS3) 7:00 PM 8 COLGATE (CBS3) 7:00 PM 11 at Yale 7:00 PM 30 vs Bemidji State $ 3:00 PM 31 vs. UNH/Dartmouth $ 3PM/7PM JANUARY 11 at Providence * 12 PROVIDENCE * (CBS3) 18 at Boston College * 25 at Vermont * 26 at Vermont *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:05 PM 7:05 PM

FEBRUARY 1 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 8 NORTHEASTERN * 9 at Merrimack * (NESN) 15 UMASS LOWELL * 16 at UMass Lowell * 22 MAINE * 23 MAINE * (CBS3)

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

MASSACHUSETTS

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MARCH 1 at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 2 at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 8 at Merrimack * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 9 MERRIMACK * (CBS3) 7:00 PM $ - Ledyard Bank Classic (Hanover, NH)

UMASS MEDIA RELATIONS JILLIAN JAKUBA

Office Phone: (413) 577-0053 Cell Phone: (413) 420-3116 Email: jjakuba@admin.umass.edu Fax: (413) 545-1556 Press Box: (413) 545-6139

U M ass A thlet i c s . c om Kumble Subbaswamy

Chancellor

John McCutcheon

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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UMASS-LOWELL

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 UMASS-LOWELL RIVER HAWKS OPENING ROSTER # 2 3 4 General 5 Location: Lowell, Mass. 01854 6 Founded: 1975 7 Undergraduate Enrollment: 9,026 8 9 Key Personnel 10 Chancellor: 11 Martin T. Meehan 12 Athletics Director: Dana Skinner (978) 934-2310 13 14 Dana_Skinner@uml.edu 15 Head Coach: Norm Bazin (978) 934-2339 16 hockey@uml.edu 18 Associate Head Coach: 19 Jason Lammers 978-934-4952 20 Jason_Lammers@uml.edu 21 Assistant Coach: 22 Cam Ellsworth 978-934-4978 23 Cameron_Ellsworth@uml.edu 24 Director of Hockey Operations: Dan Darrow (978) 934-2124 26 27 daniel_darrow@uml.edu 28 Media Relations: TBA (978) 934-2351 29 xxxxxxxxxxxxx@uml.edu 30 Athletic Trainer: 31 Arthur Poitras (978) 934-2321 37

Quick facts

arthur_poitras@uml.edu Strength and Conditioning: Devan McConnell (978) 934-5725 devan_mcconnell@uml.edu Equipment Manager: Sean Patno (978) 934-2124 sean_patno@uml.edu Arena Manager: Keith Vaske (978) 934-5761 keith_vaske@uml.edu Ticket Manager: Alex Renfrew (978) 934-5752 alex_renfrew@uml.edu

Team Information

Nickname: River Hawks Colors: Red, White, and Royal Blue Home Arena: Paul E. Tsongas Center Rink Dimensions: 200 x 85 Arena Capacity: 6,400 2011-12 Overall Record: 23-13-1 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 17-9-1/2nd Team Captains: Riley Wetmore Letterwinners R/L: 18(10F,6D,2G)/7(5F,1D,1G) Newcomers: 11 (6F,D,1G) First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 2nd (4 times) HEA Tournament Record: 27-41-3 NCAA Tournament App: 4 (Last in 2012)

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Name (NHL rights) Cl. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Last Team Malcolm Lyles Sr. D 5-10 181 Miami Gardens, Fla./Vernon (BCHL)/BC (HEA) Chad Ruhwedel Jr. D 5-11 188 San Diego, Calif./Sioux Falls (USHL) Joe Houk Jr. D 6-0 204 Richboro, Pa./Hamilton College Derek McCoy Jr. F 6-1 205 Newburyport, Mass./Jr. Warriors (EJHL) Daniel Furlong Jr. D 5-11 180 Stoneham, Mass./Sioux Falls (USHL) Shayne Thompson Jr. F 5-11 190 Stittsville, Ont./Brockville (CJHL) Colin Wright Sr. F 6-0 195 Burlington, Ont./Burlington (OPJHL) Terrence Wallin So. F 6-0 180 Yardley, Pa./The Gunnery School Ryan McGrath Fr. F 5-7 160 O’Fallon, Mo./Cedar Rapids (USHL) Stephen Buco So. F 5-8 175 North Providence, R.I./Boston Bulldogs (AJHL) Josh Holmstrom Jr. F 6-0 180 Colorado Springs, Colo./Sioux Falls (USHL) Adam Chapie Fr. F 6-1 175 Oxford, Mich./New Mexico (NAHL) Joseph Pendenza Jr. F 5-11 190 Wilmington, Mass./Jr. Bruins (EJHL) William Eiserman So. D 6-0 200 West Newburyport, Mass./Tri-City (USHL) Riley Wetmore (C) Sr. F 6-0 200 Swanton, Vt./Green Mountain (EJHL) A.J. White Fr. F 6-2 180 Dearborn, Mich./Michigan (NAHL) Logan Johnston Fr. F 6-1 205 Penticton, B.C./Penticton (BCHL) Michael Fallon Fr. F 5-11 175 Glenview, Ill./Chicago (USHL) Dmitry Sinitsyn (DAL) Fr. D 6-2 200 Moscow, Russia/Dallas Stars U-16 Gregory Amlong Fr. D 6-2 200 O’Fallon, Mo./Cedar Rapids (USHL) Scott Wilson (PIT) So. F 6-0 173 Oakville, Ont./Georgetown (OJHL) Michael Colantone Fr. F 5-11 190 Cave Creek, Ariz./Prince George (BCHL) Christian Folin Fr. D 6-3 210 Gothenburg, Sweden/Austin (NAHL) Zach Kamrass So. D 5-11 185 Atlanta, Ga./Sioux Falls (USHL) Jake Suter So. D 6-0 200 Lac du Flambeau, Wisc./Sioux City (USHL) Derek Arnold Jr. F 5-8 173 Foxboro, Mass./Waterloo (USHL) Brian Robbins So. G 6-0 170 Scotrun, Pa./Capital District (EJHL) Doug Carr Jr. G 6-1 195 Hanover, Mass./Brockville (CJHL) Connor Hellebuyck (WPG) Fr. G 6-4 200 Commerce, Mich./Odessa (NAHL)

UMass Lowell (History in Hockey East play) Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

HEA Record 11-21-2 (5th) 5-27-2 (t-6th) 20-10-2 (2nd) 12-14-0 (4th) 4-21-1 (7th) 5-14-2 (7th) 5-15-1 (7th) 6-11-4 (6th) 10-13-1 (T-4th) 14-6-4 (2nd) 11-12-1 (5th) 16-6-2 (2nd) 9-14-1 (7th) 11-10-3 (5th)

HEA Tourney 4th place 3rd place Lost semifinal Lost semifinal – First round First round First round 3rd place Runner-up 4th place 4th place T-3rd place Lost semifinal

Season 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

HEA Record 9-15-0 (T-6th) 5-16-3 (9th) 10-11-3 (5th) 12-9-3 (4th) 4-16-4 (T-8th) 7-12-5 (6th) 11-10-3 (5th) 11-14-2 (8th) 7-16-4 (9th) 10-13-4 (7th) 14-11-2 (5th) 12-11-4 (5th) 4-21-2 (10th) 17-9-1 (2nd)

HEA Tourney First round – Lost semifinal Lost semifinal First round First round First round First round – First round Runner-up First round First round

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 1-2-0 vs. Boston College 3-0-0 vs. Massachusetts 2-1-0 vs. Northeastern

2-1-0 vs. Boston University 1-1-1 vs. Merrimack 2-1-0 vs. Providence

2-1-0 vs. Maine 2-1-0 vs. New Hampshire 2-1-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 24-13-1 Hockey East: 17-9-1 (2nd)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 8 NEW BRUNSWICK (Exh.) T, 3-3 OT 14 at Minnesota State W, 4-2 15 at Minnesota State W, 4-1 18 vs Connecticut L, 2-3 (OT) 28 BOSTON COLLEGE* L, 2-4 29 at Boston College* L, 3-6 NOVEMBER 5 BOSTON U.* 11 at Maine* 12 at Maine* 18 at New Hampshire* 19 MASSACHUSETTS* 25 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE DECEMBER 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE* 3 at New Hampshire* 9 BOSTON COLLEGE* 10 at Northeastern* 29 vs. Rensselaer + 30 vs. Connecticut +

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

JANUARY 5 RUSSIAN RED STARS (Exh.) W, 6-4 13 at Vermont* L, 2-3 (OT) 20 NORTHEASTERN* W, 4-0 21 at Northeastern* W, 3-2 (OT) 24 at Providence* L, 0-1 27 at Massachusetts* W, 4-2 28 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 5-2 FEBRUARY 3 VERMONT* W, 3-1 4 VERMONT* W, 6-4 10 MERRIMACK* W, 3-0 11 MAINE* L, 1-2 17 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* L, 4-7 18 at Boston University* W, 4-2 24 at Merrimack* L, 2-5 25 MERRIMACK* T, 2-2 (OT) MARCH 2 at Providence* 3 PROVIDENCE* 8 PROVIDENCE (HEA) 9 PROVIDENCE (HEA) 11 PROVIDENCE (HEA) 23 vs. Miami (NCAA) 24 vs. Union (NCAA)

OCTOBER 6 TORONTO (Exh) 12 VERMONT * 19 at Denver 20 at Colorado College 26 BOSTON COLLEGE * 28 at Boston College *

W, 5-1 W, 4-2 L, 3-5 W, 3-2 (OT) L, 0-1 W, 4-3 (OT) L, 2-4

Norm Bazin

Head Coach

Phone: (978) 934-2339 Fax: (978) 934-4986

~ THE BAZIN FILE ~ Born: January 18, 1971 Wife: Michelle Children: Blake (8), Coleston (5) Alma Mater: UMass-Lowell ‘94 Prior College Coaching Experience: 2008-11 – Head Coach, Hamilton College 2000-08 – Assistant, Colorado College 1997-00 – Assistant, UMass-Lowell

Record at UML: 23-13-1 (One Season) Overall Record: 61-44-8 (4 Seasons) Hockey East: 17-9-1 (One Season) COACHING HONORS • Hockey East Coach of the Year (2012) • New England Coach of the Year (2012) • NESCAC Coach of the Year (2010, 2011)

UMass-Lowell Coaching Staff

+ UConn Tournament Jason Lammers SUNY Geneseo ‘98

4:00 PM 7:00 PM 9:30 PM 9:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM

NOVEMBER 9 MAINE * 7:00 PM 10 MAINE * 7:00 PM 16 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 7:00 PM 18 at Massachusetts * (CBS3) 7:00 PM 24 PRINCETON 4:00 PM 30 at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM DECEMBER 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 8 NORTHEASTERN * 10 at Harvard 30 BENTLEY

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM

JANUARY 4 at Clarkson 5 at Clarkson 11 at Vermont * 12 at Vermont * (WCAX-TV) 17 PROVIDENCE * 19 at Boston University * 25 at Northeastern * 26 NORTHEASTERN *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

FEBRUARY 1 at Merrimack * (NESN) 3 at Maine * 8 at Boston College * 15 at Massachusetts * 16 MASSACHUSETTS * 22 at Boston University * 23 BOSTON UNIVERSITY *

7:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM

MARCH 1 MERRIMACK * 3 at Merrimack * (CBSSN) 8 PROVIDENCE * 9 at Providence *

7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

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Cam Ellsworth Michigan Tech ‘05

UML MEDIA RELATIONS TBA Office Phone: (978) 934-2351 Cell Phone: N/A Email: N/A Fax: (978) 934-2313 Press Box: (978) 654-7405

G o R i ver H aw k s . c om Martin T. Meehan Chancellor

Dana Skinner

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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MERRIMACK

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 MERRIMACK WARRIORS OPENING roster No. Name (NHL Rights) Cl. Pos. Ht.

General

Quick facts

Location: North Andover, Mass. 01845 Founded: 1947 Undergraduate Enrollment: 2,300

Key Personnel

President: Dr. Christopher Hopey Interim Athletic Director: Dean O’Keefe (978) 837-5238 okeefede@merrimack.edu Head Coach: Mark Dennehy (978) 837-5341 dennehym@merrimack.edu Associate Head Coach: Glenn Stewart (978) 837-5272 stewartg@merrimack.edu Assistant Coach: Curtis Carr (978) 837-5271 carrc@merrimack.edu Volunteer Assistant Coach: Jim Healey Director of Hockey Operations: Matt LaMalfa (978) 837-3565 lamalfam@merrimack.edu Media Relations: Brad Davis (978) 837-5364 davisb@merrimack.edu Athletic Trainer: Allan DelValle (978) 837-5248 delvallea@merrimack.edu Strength and Conditioning Coach: Mike Kamal (978) 837-5318 kamalm@merrimack.edu Equipment Manager: Kevin Rourke (978) 837-5262 rourkek@merrimack.edu Arena Manager: Brian Heafey (978) 837-4507 heafeyb@merrimack.edu Ticket Manager: Will Rothermel (978) 837-3441 rothermelj@merrimack.edu

Team Information

Nickname/Colors: Warriors/Navy Blue, Gold, and White Home Arena (Capacity): Lawler Arena (2,489) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 85 2011-12 Overall Record: 18-12-7 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 13-9-5/5th Team Captain: Jordan Heywood Letterwinners R/L: 20 (11F,6D,3G)/7 (5F,2D) Newcomers: 6 (5F,1D) First Season in Hockey East: 1989-90 Best Regular Season Finish: 4th (2010-11) Hockey East Tournament Record: 8-30-0 NCAA Tournament App: 2 (Last in 2011)

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2

Mike Wills

So. D

3

Kyle Bigos (A) (EDM) Sr.

4

Jordan Heywood (C)

Jr.

5

Sean Robertson

6

Tom McCarthy

8 9

Wt.

Hometown/Last Team

6-0 195

Oakwood, Ont./Lindsay (OJHL)

D

6-5 240

Upland, Calif./Vernon (B.C.HL)

D

6-0 195

Regina, Sask./Victoria (B.C.HL)

Fr.

D

6-1 195

Cobble Hill, B.C./Vernon (B.C.HL)

Jr.

D

6-0 205

Maple Grove, Minn./Bismarck (NAHL)

Brian Christie

Fr.

F

6-2 180

West Chester, Pa./Topeka (NAHL)

Shawn Bates

Jr.

F

5-9 170

Fort Saskatchewan, Alta./Bonnyville (AJHL)

10 Quinn Gould

So.

F

6-3 195

Fort McMurray, Alta./Westside (B.C.HL)

11 Connor Toomey

So.

F 5-11 175

Billerica, Mass./New Hampshire (EJHL)

12 Brandon Brodhag

Sr.

F

6-0 195

Brooklyn Park, Minn./North Iowa (NAHL)

13 Mike Collins

Jr.

F

6-1 180

Boston, Mass./Vernon (B.C.HL)

14 Kyle Singleton

So.

F

6-2 190

Beaverton, Ore./Westside (B.C.HL)

16 John Heffernan

Sr.

F

6-2 200

Scituate, Mass./Bridgewater (EJHL)

17 Ben Bahe

Fr.

F 5-10 180

Stillwater, Minn./Topeka (NAHL)

18 Justin Hussar

Fr.

F

Lancaster, N.Y./Des Moines (USHL)

19 Rhett Bly

Jr.

F 5-10 190

Regina, Sask./Weyburn (SJHL)

21 Clayton Jardine

So.

F 5-10 170

Lacombe, Alta./Camrose (AJHL)

22 Brendan Ellis (A)

Jr.

D

Kelowna, B.C./Westside (B.C.HL)

23 Josh Myers

So.

F 5-11 175

Colorado Springs, Col./Langley (B.C.HL)

24 Matt Cronin

Fr.

D

6-3 215

Langley, B.C./Surrey (B.C.HL)

25 Vinny Scotti

Fr.

F

5-9 175

Vineland, N.J./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

26 Dan Kolomatis

So. D

6-0 170

Basking Ridge, N.J./Tri-City (USHL)

27 Justin Mansfield

So.

F

6-0 205

Arlington, Mass./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

6-2 190

6-2 215

28 John Gustafsson

Fr.

F

6-1 185

Ljungby, Sweden/Amarillo (NAHL)

29 Nick Drew

Sr.

G

5-8 170

Andover, Mass./Tilton (Prep)

30 Sam Marotta

Jr.

G

6-4 200

Bridgewater, Mass./South Shore (EJHL)

32 Rasmus Tirronen

So. G

6-3 200

Espoo, Finland/Topeka (NAHL)

Merrimack (History in Hockey East play) Season 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01

HEA Record 3-18-0 (8th) 7-14-0 (6th) 4-17-0 (8th) 8-16-0 (6th) 8-14-2 (7th) 7-12-5 (7th) 4-18-2 (9th) 11-11-2 (5th) 4-20-0 (T-8th) 7-16-1 (8th) 6-12-6 (7th) 7-14-3 (8th)

HEA Tourney First round First round First round First round First round First round – First round Lost semifinal First round First round First round

Season 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

HEA Record 6-16-2 (8th) 7-13-4 (7th) 6-12-6 (7th) 1-22-1 (9th) 3-19-5 (10th) 3-22-2 (10th) 6-18-3 (10th) 5-19-3 (T-9th) 12-13-2 (6th) 15-8-3 (4th) 13-9-5 (5th)

HEA Tourney First round First round First round – – – – – First round Runner-Up First round

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 0-2-1 vs. Boston College 2-1-0 vs. Massachusetts 2-0-1 vs. Northeastern

1-2-0 vs. Boston University 1-1-1 vs. UMass Lowell 1-2-0 vs. Providence

2-0-1 vs. Maine 1-1-1 vs. New Hampshire 3-0-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-2012 RESULTS

2012-2013 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 18-12-7 Hockey East: 13-9-5 (5th)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 7 at Maine* 15 ARMY 21 NORTHEASTERN* 22 CONNECTICUT 28 at Vermont* 29 at Vermont*

W, 2-1 W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 5-0 W, 4-1 W, 4-2

NOVEMBER 4 NORTHEASTERN* T, 1-1 (OT) 5 at Northeastern* W, 3-2 (OT) 11 at Boston U.* W, 3-2 (OT) 23 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE W, 6-0 DECEMBER 2 at Providence* 3 PROVIDENCE* 7 VERMONT* 10 at Colgate 17 UNION (WBIN) 30 vs St. Lawrence ^ 31 vs Holy Cross ^

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

JANUARY 6 at Boston University* L, 2-4 8 at Boston College* T, 2-2 (OT) 13 MAINE* W, 6-2 14 MAINE* T, 2-2 (OT) 20 NEW HAMPSHIRE* L, 1-2 21 at New Hampshire* W, 3-2 (OT) 29 PROVIDENCE* W, 4-2 FEBRUARY 3 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * L, 1-4 4 at Massachusetts* W, 4-3 10 at UMass-Lowell* L, 0-3 11 NEW HAMPSHIRE* T, 1-1 (OT) 17 at Boston College* L, 2-4 18 BOSTON COLLEGE * L, 1-2 24 UMASS-LOWELL* W, 5-2 25 at UMass-Lowell * T, 2-2 (OT) MARCH 2 at Massachusetts* 3 MASSACHUSETTS * 9 at Maine (HEA) 10 at Maine (HEA) 11 at Maine (HEA)

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

OCTOBER 6 at Union 10 at Northeastern * 19 at Alaska $ 20 Alaska Anchorage $ 26 VERMONT * 27 VERMONT *

Mark Dennehy

Head Coach

Phone: (978) 837-5341 Fax: (978) 837-5032

~ THE DENNEHY FILE ~ Born: October 18, 1967; Boston, Mass. Wife: Heather Daughters: Kelsey (7), Kielan (5), Caroline (3) Alma Mater: Boston College ‘91 Prior College Coaching Experience: 1994-96 – Assistant, Massachusetts 1996-99 – Assistant, Princeton 1999-00 – Head Coach, Fairfield 2000-05 – Assistant, Massachusetts Record at Merrimack: 89-130-29 (7 seasons) Overall Record: 92-158-33 (8 seasons) Hockey East: 58-108-23 (7 seasons) • Bob Kullen Award – 2010 (Hockey East Coach of the Year)

Merrimack Coaching Staff

^Dartmouth Tournament (Hanover, NH)

Glenn Stewart New Hampshire ‘94

Curtis Carr Kent State ‘03

Jim Healey Merrimack ‘07

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 12:05 AM 8:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM

NOVEMBER 2 at Northeastern * 3 NORTHEASTERN * 9 BOSTON U. * (WBIN-TV) 10 CONNECTICUT 16 at Boston College * 23 COLGATE (WBIN-TV) 30 PROVIDENCE *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM

DECEMBER 1 at Providence * 7 HARVARD (WBIN-TV) 8 U.S. UNDER-18 (Exh) 11 ARMY 29 vs. Princeton # 30 vs. Union #

7:00 PM 7:30 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM

JANUARY 5 at Vermont * (CBSSN) 11 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 12 MAINE * 18 at Maine * (WABI-TV) 19 at Maine * 25 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 26 at New Hampshire *^

7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM

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FEBRUARY 1 UMASS LOWELL * 7:30 PM 2 at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 8 at Boston University * 7:30 PM 9 MASSACHUSETTS * (NESN) 3:30 PM 15 BOSTON COLLEGE * 7:30 PM 17 at Providence * (COX) 4:00 PM 24 BOSTON COLLEGE * (CBSSN) 4:00 PM MARCH 1 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM 3 UMASS LOWELL * (CBSSN) 4:00 PM 8 MASSACHUSETTS * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 9 at Massachusetts * (CBS3) 7:00 PM $ - Alaska Gold Rush (Fairbanks, AK) # - Catamount Cup (Burlington, VT) ^ - Verizon Wireless (Manchester, NH)

MERRIMACK MEDIA RELATIONS BRAD DAVIS Office Phone: (978) 837-5364 Cell Phone: (978) 886-8968 Email: davisb@merrimack.edu Fax: (978) 837-5079 Press Box: (978) 837-3411

MerrimackAthletics.com Dr. Christopher Hopey -

President

Dean O’Keefe - Interim Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 NEW HAMPSHIRE WILDCATS OPENING roster General

Quick facts

Location: Durham, NH 03824 Founded: 1866 Undergraduate Enrollment: 14,492

Key Personnel

President: Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletics Director: Marty Scarano (603) 862-2013 marty.scarano@unh.edu Head Coach: Dick Umile (603) 862-1161 Administrative Assistant: Abby Welch (603) 862-1161 abby.welch@unh.edu Associate Head Coaches: Scott Borek (603) 862-1810 sborek@unh.edu Jim Tortorella (603) 862-1134 jim.tortorella@unh.edu Volunteer Goaltending Coach: Mike Buckley Director of Hockey Operations: Colin Shank (603) 862-4250 colin.shank@unh.edu Media Relations: Tom Wilkins (603) 862-0730 tom.wilkins@unh.edu Athletic Trainer: Glenn Riefenstahl (603) 862-3892 glennr@cisunix.unh.edu Strength and Conditioning: Paul Chapman (603) 862-4081 paul.chapman@unh.edu Equipment Manager: Neil Lavoie (603) 862-1874 neal.lavoie@unh.edu Arena Manager: Griffin Richard (603) 862-4403 griff@unh.edu Ticket Manager: Nicole Ayer (603) 862-4536 nicole.ayer@unh.edu

Team Data

Nickname/Colors: Wildcats/Blue and White Home Arena (Capacity): W hittemore Center (6,501) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 100 2011-12 Overall Record: 15-19-3 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 11-14-2/6th Team Captain: Connor Hardowa Letterwinners R/L: 20 (12F,6D,2G)/6 (3F,1D,2G) Newcomers: 8 (5F,2D,1G) First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 1st (eight times) HEA Tournament Titles: Two (2002, 2003) Hockey East Tournament Record: 42-33-2 NCAA Tournament App: 21 (Last in 2011) NCAA Frozen Fours: 7 (Last in 2003)

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No. Name (NHL ) Cl. 2 Connor Hardowa (C) D 3 Austin Block F 5 Eric Knodel (TOR) D 6 Trevor van Riemsdyk D 7 Harry Quast D 8 Jamie Hill F 9 Matt Willows F 10 Dalton Speelman F 11 Scott Pavelski F 12 Justin Agosta D 13 Dan Correale F 14 Maxim Gaudreault F 15 Brett Kostolansky (A) D 16 John Henrion F 17 Jay Camper F 18 Jeff Silengo F 19 Casey Thrush F 21 Nick Sorkin F 22 Brett Pesce D 23 Kyle Smith F 24 Collin MacDonald F 26 Greg Burke (A, WASH) F 27 Kevin Goumas F 28 Grayson Downing F 29 Casey DeSmith G 32 Jamie Regan G 35 Jeff Wyer G 46 Ryan Randall D

Pos. Ht. Sr. 6-1 Sr. 5-11 Jr. 6-6 So. 6-2 Fr. 6-4 Fr. 5-9 So. 5-9 Jr. 5-10 Sr. 5-10 Jr. 6-3 Fr. 5-10 Fr. 6-0 Sr. 5-10 Sr. 5-11 So. 5-11 Jr. 6-1 So. 6-1 Jr. 6-3 Fr. 6-3 Fr. 6-1 Fr. 6-2 Sr. 6-3 Jr. 5-10 So. 6-0 So. 6-0 Fr. 6-2 Jr. 6-1 So. 6-0

Wt. Hometown/Last Team 210 Edmonton, Alberta/Spruce Grove (AJHL) 180 Thousand Oaks, Calif./Fairbanks (NAHL) 225 West Chester, Pa./Des Moines (USHL) 185 Middletown, N.J./New Hampshire (EJHL) 215 Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Bay State (EJHL) 175 Glassboro, N.J./Waterloo (USHL) 185 Congers, N.Y./New Jersey (EJHL) 190 San Jose, Calif./Green Bay (USHL) 185 Plover, Wis./Waterloo (USHL) 200 East Meadow, N.Y./Jersey (EJHL) 185 Prince George, B.C./Grand Prairie (AJHL) 190 Annapolis, Md./Sioux City (USHL) 180 Denver, Colo./Chicago (USHL) 205 Holden, Mass./U.S. Under-18 (USHL) 180 Rocky River, Ohio/Chicago (USHL) 179 Madison, Conn./Sioux City (USHL) 185 Easton, Md./Muskegon (USHL) 185 Rockville, Md./Sioux City (USHL) 175 Tarrytown, N.Y./Jersey (EJHL) 185 Lumberton, N.J./Junior Bruins (EJHL) 200 West Milford, N.J./Jersey (EJHL) 205 Lee, N.H./Cedar Rapids (USHL) 160 Long Beach, N.Y./Indiana (USHL) 185 Abbottsford, B.C./Westside (BCHL) 180 Rochester, N.H./Indiana (USHL) 180 Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Philadelphia (EJHL) 185 Reading, Mass./Valley Jr. (EJHL) 195 Durham, N.H./Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)

New Hampshire (History in Hockey East play) Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

HEA Record HEA Tourney HEA Record HEA Tourney Season 18-3-3 (1st) Runner-up 12-21-1 (4th) First round 1998-99 13-5-6 (2nd) Lost semifinal 5-27-2 (T-6th) First round 1999-00 11-8-5 (4th) First round 5-24-3 (7th) – 2000-01 Won title 6-18-2 (7th) – 2001-02 17-4-3 (1st) Won title 9-17-0 (6th) First round 2002-03 15-5-4 (T-1st) 10-8-6 (4th) Lost semifinal 8-9-4 (T-5th) Lost semifinal 2003-04 15-5-4 (T-2nd) Runner-up 10-9-2 (T-4th) First round 2004-05 14-7-6 (4th) Lost semifinal 15-4-2 (1st) Runner-up 2005-06 18-7-2 (1st) Runner-up 11-11-2 (3rd) 4th place 2006-07 19-5-3 (1st) Lost semifinal 13-9-2 (3rd) Tied - 3rd place 2007-08 15-8-4 (T-3rd) First round 14-6-4 (3rd) First round 2008-09 15-6-6 (1st) First round 8-12-4 (6th) First round 2009-10 17-6-4 (2nd) Lost semifinal 18-6-0 (T-1st) Runner-up 2010-11 11-14-2 (6th) First round 15-8-1 (3rd) First round 2011-12

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 0-3-0 vs. Boston College 2-1-0 vs. Massachusetts 2-1-0 vs. Northeastern

0-3-0 vs. Boston University 1-2-0 vs. UMass Lowell 3-0-0 vs. Providence

1-2-0 vs. Maine 1-1-1 vs. Merrimack 1-1-1 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 15-19-3 Hockey East: 11-14-2 (6th)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 1 NEW BRUNSWICK (Exh.) W, 3-0 8 at Boston University* L, 0-5 14 at Northeastern* L, 0-4 15 BOSTON COLLEGE* L, 1-5 21 at St. Cloud State L, 5-7 22 at St. Cloud State T, 3-3 (OT) 28 UNION W, 2-1 (OT) 29 NORTHEASTERN* W, 5-2 NOVEMBER 4 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 7-3 5 MAINE* W, 3-2 12 at Vermont* T, 1-1 (OT) 18 UMASS-LOWELL* W, 5-0 19 at Boston University* L, 1-4 22 at Harvard L, 6-7 26 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE W, 9-1 DECEMBER 2 at UMass-Lowell* 3 UMASS-LOWELL* 8 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* 30 BROWN

L, 2-3 L, 3-5 L, 1-2 L, 2-5

JANUARY 7 vs Maine* (FF) 11 at Providence* 14 vs Dartmouth ~ 20 at Merrimack* 21 MERRIMACK* 27 at Boston College* 28 BOSTON COLLEGE*

L, 4-5 (OT) W, 1-0 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 L, 2-3 (OT) L, 3-4 L, 2-3 (OT)

FEBRUARY 3 PROVIDENCE* 4 at Providence* 10 NORTHEASTERN* 11 at Merrimack* 17 VERMONT* 18 VERMONT* 24 at Massachusetts* 25 at Massachusetts *

W, 3-1 W, 3-2 (OT) W, 3-2 T, 1-1 (OT) L, 3-4 (OT) W, 3-1 W, 4-3 L, 2-4

OCTOBER 6 ST. FRANCIS XAVIER (Exh) 7:00 PM 12 ST. CLOUD STATE (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 13 ST. CLOUD STATE 7:00 PM 20 BOSTON U. * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 26 NORTHEASTERN * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 27 at Northeastern * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM

Dick Umile

Head Coach

Phone: (603) 862-1161 Fax: (603) 862-1741

~ THE UMILE FILE ~ Born: December 21, 1948; Melrose, Mass. Grown Daughters: Kristin, Courtney, Katie Grandchildren: 7 Alma Mater: New Hampshire ‘72 Prior College Coaching Experience: 1985-87 – Assistant, Providence 1988-90 – Assistant, New Hampshire

Record at UNH: 499-264-87 (22 seasons) Overall Record: Same Hockey East: 310-158-75 (22 seasons) Hockey East Titles: 2 (2002, 2003) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 17 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 4 COACHING HONORS • Spencer Penrose Award – 1999 (National Coach of the Year)

• Clark Hodder Award – ‘91, ‘99, ‘02, ‘08 (New England Coach of the Year)

• Bob Kullen Award – ‘91, ‘97, ‘99, ‘02, ‘07, ‘09 (Hockey East Coach of the Year)

New Hampshire Coaching Staff

MARCH 3 at Maine* 9 at Boston U. (HEA) 10 at Boston U. (HEA) 11 at Boston U. (HEA)

L, 0-1 W, 3-2 (2OT) L, 2-4 L, 4-5 (2OT)

~ Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, NH) Scott Borek Dartmouth ‘85

Jim Tortorella Maine ‘81

NOVEMBER 2 at Massachusetts * 7:00 PM 4 at Maine * 4:00 PM 10 VERMONT * 7:00 PM 16 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM 18 at Boston University * 5:00 PM 23 at Colorado College 9:30 PM 24 at Denver 9:00 PM 30 UMASS LOWELL * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM DECEMBER 1 at UMass Lowell * 6 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 9 U.S. UNDER-18 (Exh) 30 at Dartmouth $ 31 vs. Bemidji St./UMass $

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 4/7PM

JANUARY 5 RENSSELAER (WBIN-TV) 11 at Boston College * (NESN) 12 BOSTON COLLEGE * 19 PROVIDENCE * 25 at Merrimack * 26 MERRIMACK *#

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM

FEBRUARY 1 at Northeastern * 2 MERRIMACK * (WBIN-TV) 8 at Providence * (COX) 10 PROVIDENCE * (CBSSN) 17 at Boston College * 22 at Vermont * (NESN) 23 at Vermont * (CBSSN)

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM

NEW HAMPSHIRE

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MARCH 1 MASSACHUSETTS * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 2 MASSACHUSETTS * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 8 MAINE * (NBCSN) 7:30 PM 9 MAINE * 7:00 PM $ - Ledyard Bank Classic (Hanover, NH) # - Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, NH)

Mike Buckley UMass ‘00

UNH MEDIA RELATIONS Tom Wilkins Office Phone: (603) 862-0730 Cell Phone: (603) 969-7049 Email: tom.wilkins@unh.edu Fax: (603) 862-3839 Press Box: (603) 862-0735

U N H W i ld c a t s . c om Dr. Mark Huddleston

President

Marty Scarano

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

29


NORTHEASTERN

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 NORTHEASTERN HUSKIES OPENING roster No. Name (NHL Rs) Cl. Pos. Ht. 1

Quick facts General Location: Founded: Undergraduate Enrollment:

Boston, MA 02115 1898 15,699

Key Personnel

President: Dr. Joseph Aoun Athletics Director: Peter Roby (617) 373-2672 cy.white@neu.edu Head Coach: Jim Madigan (617) 373-2631 Program Director: J.B. Robichau (617) 373-2631 j.robichau@neu.edu Assistant Coaches: Patrick Foley (617) 373-5576 p.foley@neu.edu Jerry Keefe (617) 373-4655 je.keefe@neu.edu Hockey Operations: Mark Phalon (617) 373-6540 m.phalon@neu.edu Media Relations: Mark Majewski (617) 373-3643 markmajewski@gonu.com Athletic Trainer: Steve Clark (617) 373-8221 s.clark@neu.edu Strength and Conditioning Coach: Dan Boothby (617) 373-6078 d.boothby@neu.edu Equipment Manager: Matt Nareski (617) 373-7934 m.nareski@neu.edu Arena Manager: Bill Smith (617) 373-2181 w.smith@neu.edu Ticket Manager: Ross Mehalko (617) 373-4458 r.mehalko@neu.edu Nickname/Colors: Huskies/Red and Black Home Arena (Capacity): Matthews Arena (4,666) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 90 2011-12 Overall Record: 13-16-5 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 9-14-4/T-8th Team Captain: Vinny Saponari Letterwinners R/L: 18(11F,4D,3G)/8(6F,2D) Newcomers: 12 (6F,5D,1G) First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 2nd (1987-88) Hockey East Tournament Titles: One (1988) Hockey East Tournament Record: 16-37-1 NCAA Tournament Appearances: 4 (Last in 2009)

Hometown/Last Team

6-0 201

Lac-Beauport, Que/South Shore (EJHL)

2 Drew Ellement

Sr. D

6-0 206

Winnipeg, Man./Portage (MJHL)

3

So. D

6-3 205

Prince Albert, Sask./Salmon Arm (BCHL)

So. D

6-0 185

Abington, Mass./Philadelphia (EJHL)

5 Jake Hoefler

Jr. D

6-5 210

Newton, N.J./New York (EJHL)

6

Mike Gunn

Fr.

D

6-3 200

Livonia, Mich./Youngstown (USHL)

7

Michael McMurtry

Fr.

F 5-11 165

Josh Manson (ANA)

8 Adam Reid

Fr.

Wt.

G

4 Dan Cornell

Team Information

30

Derick Roy

So. F

9 Garrett Vermeersch Sr.

F

Greely, Ont./Gloucester (CCHL)

6-3 200

Chino Hills, Calif./U.S. Under-18 (USHL)

6-0 178

Macomb, Mich./Lincoln (USHL)

12 Steve Morra

Sr. F 5-10 186

Bristol, R.I./Boston (EJHL)

14 Braden Pimm

Jr. F

Fort St. John, B.C./Vernon (BCHL)

15 Kevin Roy (ANA)

Fr.

F 5-10 170

Lac-Beauport, Que./Lincoln (USHL)

16 Ryan Belonger

Fr.

F 5-10 175

Green Bay, Wisc./Youngstown (USHL)

17 Torin Snydeman

Jr.

F

6-0 195

Groton, Mass./Sacred Heart (AHA)

19 Ben Oskroba

So. D

6-5 220

Tempe, Ariz./Lincoln (USHL)

6-0 190

21 Zak Stone

Jr. F 5-10 200

Roslyn, N.Y./New Hampshire (EJHL)

22 Matt Marshall (TB)

Sr.

F

6-1 200

Hingham, Mass./Vermont (HEA)

23 Colton Saucerman

Fr.

D

5-9 195

Colorado Springs, Colo./Lincoln (USHL)

31 Clay Witt

Jr. G

6-1 187

Brandon, Fla./Sioux Falls (USHL)

37 Chris Rawlings

Sr. G

6-5 207

North Delta, B.C./Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

44 Dax Lauwers

Fr.

D

6-2 210

Anchorage, Alaska/Army (AHA)

45 Ludwig Karlsson (A)

So.

F

6-2 193

Stockholm, Sweden/Green Bay (USHL)

46 Bryan Mountain

Sr.

G

5-7 183

Bryn Mawr, Pa./Portage (MJHL)

47 Dustin Darou

Fr.

D

6-1 205

Perth, Ont./Carleton Place (CCHL)

61 Jarrett Fennell

Fr.

D

6-2 190

Innisfil, Ont. Aurora (OJHL)

72 Cam Darcy

Fr.

F

6-0 183

S. Boston, Mass./U.S. Under-18 (USHL)

74 Vinny Saponari (C, WPG) Sr. F

6-0 197

Powder Springs, Ga./Dubuque (USHL)

79 Cody Ferriero (SJS)

Jr. F 5-10 205

Essex, Mass./Governor’s Academy (ISL)

91 Robbie Vrolyk (A)

Sr. F

5-7 172

Boylston, Mass./Sioux Falls (USHL)

92 Joseph Manno

So.

6-0 190

Montreal, Que./South Kent School (NEPSAC)

F

Northeastern (History in Hockey East play) Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

HEA Record HEA Tourney 11-22-1 (6th) First round 18-14-2 (3rd) First round 11-18-3 (5th) Lost semifinal 13-9-4 (2nd) Won title 13-11-2 (T-3rd) 4th place 9-10-2 (T-5th) First round 3-16-2 (8th) Lost semifinal 7-14-0 (7th) First round 6-17-1 (8th) First round 10-8-6 (4th) Tied - 3rd place 11-8-5 (4th) First round 6-13-5 (7th) First round 3-19-2 (9th) First round 13-8-3 (4th) First round

Season 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

HEA Record 6-16-2 (9th) 8-11-5 (T-5th) 7-13-4 (7th) 11-11-2 (5th) 5-17-2 (T-8th) 5-13-6 (9th) 10-10-4 (6th) 3-17-7 (9th) 9-13-5 (7th) 12-13-2 (6th) 18-6-3 (2nd) 11-14-2 (9th) 10-10-7 (6th) 9-14-4 (T-8th)

HEA Tourney – First round First round First round – – First round – First round First round Lost semifinal Lost semifinal -

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series

0-3-0 vs. Boston College 1-1-1 vs. Massachusetts 1-2-0 vs. New Hampshire

1-2-0 vs. Boston University 1-2-0 vs. UMass Lowell 1-0-2 vs. Providence

1-2-0 vs. Maine 0-2-1 vs. Merrimack 3-0-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 13-16-5 Hockey East: 9-14-4 (T-8th)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 2 ST. FRANCIS XAVIER (Exh.) L, 5-8 7 MASSACHUSETTS* T, 3-3 OT 9 at Maine* L, 3-6 14 NEW HAMPSHIRE* W, 4-0 21 at Merrimack* L, 1-4 22 BOSTON COLLEGE* L, 3-4 (OT) 29 at New Hampshire* L, 2-5 NOVEMBER 4 at Merrimack* T, 1-1 (OT) 5 MERRIMACK* L, 2-3 (OT) 11 at Boston College* L, 1-2 12 at Massachusetts* L, 2-4 18 PROVIDENCE* W, 5-2 19 VERMONT* W, 4-1 25 at Michigan W, 4-1 DECEMBER 2 at Notre Dame 3 at Notre Dame 10 UMASS-LOWELL* 30 vs Princeton & 31 vs Minnesota &

W, 9-2 W, 2-1 W, 3-2 T, 3-3 (OT) W, 3-2

JANUARY 7 U.S. UNDER-18 TEAM (Exh.) L, 4-7 13 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * L, 3-4 14 at Boston College* (FF) L, 1-2 20 at UMass-Lowell* L, 0-4 21 UMASS-LOWELL* L, 2-3 (OT) 27 at Vermont* W, 8-3 28 at Vermont* W, 4-2 FEBRUARY 3 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 4-3 (OT) 6 vs Boston College (BP) L, 1-7 10 at New Hampshire* L, 2-3 13 vs Harvard (BP) L, 2-3 17 PROVIDENCE* T, 1-1 (OT) 18 at Providence * T, 2-2 (OT) 24 MAINE* W, 4-2 25 MAINE* L, 1-7 MARCH 2 at Boston University* L, 2-5 3 BOSTON U. W, 5-4 (OT)

OCTOBER 7 ST. FRANCIS XAV (Exh) 2:00 PM 10 MERRIMACK * 7:00 PM 13 BOSTON COLLEGE * 7:00 PM 20 at Boston College * 7:00 PM 26 at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) 7:30 PM 27 NEW HAMPSHIRE * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM

Jim Madigan

Head Coach

Phone: (617) 373-2631 Fax: (617) 373-8772

~ THE MADIGAN FILE ~ Born: August 5, 1962 Wife: Kim Grown Daughters: Kelly and Kate Alma Mater: Northeastern ‘86 Prior College Coaching Experience: 1986-93 – Assistant, Northeastern 1985-86 -- Assistant, Vermont

Prior Professional Experience:

2006-11 -- Scout, Pittsburgh Penguins 1993-06 – Scout, New York Islanders

Record at NU: 13-16-5 (One Season) Overall Record: Same Hockey East: 9-14-4 (One Season)

Northeastern Coaching Staff

Jerry Keefe Providence ‘00

NOVEMBER 2 MERRIMACK * 3 at Merrimack * 10 ALAB-HUNTSVILLE 11 ALAB-HUNTSVILLE 16 at Providence * (COX) 18 at Vermont * (WCAX-TV) 23 ST. LAWRENCE 30 at Massachusetts * (CBS3)

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:05 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

DECEMBER 1 MASSACHUSETTS * (WBIN-TV) 7:00 PM 8 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM 29 at Harvard 7:00 PM JANUARY 5 BENTLEY 7:00 PM 11 MAINE * 7:00 PM 18 at Boston University * (NESN) 7:00 PM 19 BOSTON COLLEGE * (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 25 UMASS LOWELL * 7:00 PM 26 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM FEBRUARY 1 NEW HAMPSHIRE * 7:00 PM 4 vs. Boston U. (BP, NESN) 5:00 PM 8 at Massachusetts * 7:00 PM 11 vs. Harvard / BC (BP) 4:30/7:30 15 VERMONT * 7:00 PM 16 VERMONT * 7:00 PM 22 at Providence * 7:00 PM 23 PROVIDENCE * 7:00 PM

NORTHEASTERN

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MARCH 1 at Maine * (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 2 at Maine * (WABI-TV) 7:00 PM 8 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * (CBSSN) 7:30 PM 9 at Boston University * 7:00 PM

Patrick Foley New Hampshire ‘04

NU MEDIA RELATIONS Mark Majewski Office Phone: (617) 373-3643 Cell Phone: (734) 812-5480 Email: markmajewski@gonu.com Fax: (617) 373-3152 Press Box: (617) 373-5561

G o N U . c om Dr. Joseph Aoun

President

Peter Roby

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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PROVIDENCE

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 PROVIDENCE FRIARS OPENING roster No. Name (NHL) Cl. Pos. Ht.

Hometown/Last Team

1

Russ Stein

G

Sr. 6-1 180

Ridgefield, Conn./Jr. Bruins (EJHL)

2

Kevin Hart

D

Jr. 6-1 195

Cumberland, Maine/Phillips Exeter (NEPSIHA)

3

John Gilmour

D

Fr. 5-11 180

Montreal, Que./Cedar Rapids (USHL)

4

Mark Adams (BUF)

D

Jr. 6-3 210

Boxford, Mass./Chicago (USHL)

Location: Providence, R.I. 02918 Founded: 1917 Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,852

5

Ori Abramson

D

Fr. 6-3 225

Toronto, Ont./Baystate (EJHL)

6

Tom Parisi

D

Fr. 5-11 195

Commack, N.Y./New Hampshire (EJHL)

7

Drew Brown

F

So. 5-11 185

Grass Lake, Mich./Kent School (NEPSIHA)

Key Personnel

8

Will Goss

D

Fr. 6-4 210

Wellesley, Mass./Phillips Exeter (NEPSIHA)

9

Damian Cross

F

So. 5-11 185

Nepean, Ont./Pembroke (CJHL)

10 Mark Jankowski (CGY) F

Fr. 6-3 175

St. Catherines, Ont./Stanstead Coll. Prep

Quick facts General

President: Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Athletics Director: Robert Driscoll (401) 865-2265 rdriscol@providence.edu Head Coach: Nate Leaman (401) 865-2551 nleaman@providence.edu Administrative Assistant: Karen Rohan (401) 865-2168 krohan@providence.edu Assistant Coaches: Ben Barr (401) 865-2552 bbarr@providence.edu Jamie Russell (401) 865-2553 jrussel5@providence.edu Volunteer Goaltending Coach: Jim McNiff Media Relations: Dan Colleran (401) 865-2201 dcollera@providence.edu Equipment Manager: Corey Rastello (401) 865-2559 crastell@providence.edu Athletic Trainer: Bernard Walls (401) 865-2971/ 2076 bwalls@providence.edu Strength and Conditioning: Ken White (401) 865-2167 kwhite@providence.edu Arena Manager: Ross Brooks (401) 865-2331 rbrooks@providence.edu Ticket Manager: Christine Flannery (401) 865-4672 cflanner@providence.edu

Team Information

Nickname/Colors: Friars/Black, White and Silver Home Arena (Capacity): S chneider Arena (3,030) Rink Dimensions: 200 x 85 2011-12 Overall Record: 14-20-4 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 10-14-3/7th Team Captains: M. Harvey, K. Murphy, T. Schaller Letterwinners R/L: 14 (9F,5D)/9 (5F,2D,2G) Newcomers: 15 (9F,4D,2G) First Season in Hockey East: 1984-85 Best Regular Season Finish: 2nd (2000-01) Hockey East Titles: Two (1985 and 1996) Hockey East Tournament Record: 28-40-1 NCAA Tournament App: 8 (Last in 2001) NCAA Frozen Fours: 3 (Last in 1985)

32

Wt.

11 Tim Schaller (C)

F

Sr. 6-2 210

Merrimack, N.H./New England (EJHL)

12 Stefan Demopoulos

F

So. 5-8 170

La Mesa, Calif./Omaha (USHL)

13 Paul de Jersey

F

Fr. 6-3 205

West Vancouver, B.C./Prince George (BCHL)

14 Ross Mauermann

F

So. 5-9 170

Janesville, Wis./Janesville (NAHL)

15 Steven McParland

F

Fr. 5-11 192

Schreiber, Ont./Kingston (OJHL)

16 Kyle Murphy (C)

F

Sr. 5-9 170

Fairhaven, N.J./Vernon (BCHL)

17 Brooks Behling

F

Fr. 6-1 185

Pittsburgh, Pa./Amarillo (NAHL)

18 Nick Saracino

F

Fr. 5-11 185

St. Louis, Mo./Cedar Rapids (USHL)

19 Derek Army

F

Jr. 5-11 170

N. Kingstown, R.I./Gunnery School (NEPSIHA)

20 Shane Luke

F

So. 5-11 175

Dauphin, Man./Dauphin (MJHL)

21 Chris Rooney

F

Sr. 5-9 170

Canton, Mass./Bridgewater (EJHL)

22 Brandon Tanev

F

Fr. 6-0 170

Toronto, Ont./Surrey (BCHL)

24 Noel Acciari

F

Fr. 5-11 195

Johnston, R.I./Kent School (NEPSIHA)

25 Kevin Rooney

F

Fr. 6-2 190

Canton, Mass./Berkshire School (NEPSIHA)

26 Matt Montesano

F

So. 6-1 175

West Bridgewater, Mass./Bonnyville (AJHL)

27 Alex Velischek (PIT)

D

Sr. 6-0 200

Kinnelon, N.J./Delbarton School (NJSIAA)

28 Steven Shamanski

D

Jr. 6-0 195

Carberry, Man./Dauphin (MJHL)

32 Jon Gillies (CGY)

G

Fr. 6-5 215

South Portland, Maine/Indiana (USHL)

35 Dylan Wells

G

Fr. 6-1 180

Nashville, Tenn./Bonnyville (AJHL)

44 Myles Harvey (C)

D

Sr. 6-5 225

Orlando, Fla./Bismarck (NAHL)

Providence (History in Hockey East play) Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

HEA Record 15-14-5 (3rd) 11-22-1 (4th) 7-22-3 (6th) 8-13-5 (6th) 13-11-2 (t-3rd) 11-7-3 (4th) 10-9-2 (t-4th) 11-8-2 (4th) 9-12-3 (t-4th) 9-13-2 (5th) 7-11-6 (6th) 12-9-3 (4th) 12-11-1 (4th) 9-13-2 (7th)

HEA Tourney Won title 4th place First round Lost semifinal 3rd place First round Lost semifinal Lost semifinal First round First round Runner-up Won title First round First round

Season 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

HEA Record 12-11-1 (4th) 10-13-1 (t-5th) 13-8-3 (t-2nd) 8-13-3 (7th) 12-9-3 (t-4th) 7-11-6 (5th) 6-14-4 (7th) 14-10-3 (5th) 9-15-3 (8th) 11-11-5 (5th) 4-18-5 (T-9th) 5-18-4 (10th) 4-16-7 (9th) 10-14-3 (7th)

HEA Tourney Lost semifinal First round Runner-up First round First round First round First round First round First round First round Lost semifinal

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series

0-3-0 vs. Boston College 2-0-1 vs. Massachusetts 0-3-0 vs. New Hampshire

1-2-0 vs. Boston University 1-2-0 vs. UMass Lowell 0-1-2 vs. Northeastern

1-2-0 vs. Maine 2-1-0 vs. Merrimack 3-0-0 vs. Vermont

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 14-20-4 Hockey East: 10-14-3 (7th)

Home games in CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 14 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * W, 5-3 15 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 6-4 21 MINNESOTA-DULUTH L, 2-5 22 MINNESOTA-DULUTH T, 2-2 (OT) 28 at Maine* L, 4-5 (OT) 29 at Maine* L, 1-3 NOVEMBER 4 VERMONT* 5 VERMONT* 11 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE 12 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE 18 NORTHEASTERN * 25 vs Miami 26 vs Princeton$

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

DECEMBER 2 MERRIMACK* W, 2-1 (OT) 3 at Merrimack* W, 6-1 6 at Boston College* L, 1-4 JANUARY 1 BROWN = L, 2-5 5 MASSACHUSETTS* T, 4-4 (OT) 11 NEW HAMPSHIRE* L, 0-1 15 at Vermont* W, 5-2 20 at Boston U.* L, 1-6 21 BOSTON U.* L, 0-8 24 UMASS-LOWELL* W, 1-0 29 at Merrimack* L, 2-4 FEBRUARY 3 at New Hampshire L, 1-3 4 NEW HAMPSHIRE* L, 2-3 (OT) 10 MAINE * L, 3-4 11 at Massachusetts* W, 5-4 17 at Northeastern* T, 1-1 (OT) 18 at Northeastern T, 2-2 (OT) 24 BOSTON COLLEGE* L, 0-3 25 at Boston College * L, 0-7 MARCH 2 UMASS-LOWELL* L, 1-5 3 at UMass-Lowell * L, 2-4 8 at UMass-Lowell (HEA) W, 5-3 9 at UMass-Lowell (HEA) L, 2-3 (OT) 11 at UMass-Lowell (HEA) W, 1-0 16 vs. Boston College (HEA) L, 2-4

Nate Leaman

Head Coach

Phone: (401) 865-2168 Fax: (401) 865-2382

~ THE LEAMAN FILE ~ Born: November 27, 1972 Wife: Alice Son: Ty (2), Bryce (2 months) Alma Mater: SUNY-Cortland ‘97 Prior College Coaching Experience: 2003-11 – Head Coach, Union 1999-03 – Assistant Coach, Harvard 1998-99 – Assistant Coach, Maine

Record at PC: 14-20-4 (One Season) Overall Record: 152-147-39 (9 Seasons) Hockey East: 10-14-3 (One Season) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1 COACHING HONORS • ECAC Coach of the Year – 2010, 2011 • Spencer Penrose Award Finalist - ‘10, ‘11 (National Coach of the Year) • Spencer Penrose Award - 2011 (National Coach of the Year)

Providence Coaching Staff

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

NOVEMBER 2 at Vermont * 3 at Vermont * 9 at Massachusetts * 16 NORTHEASTERN * (COX) 20 QUINNIPIAC 24 at Brown $ 30 at Merrimack *

7:05 PM 7:05 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM

DECEMBER 1 MERRIMACK * 7:00 PM 7 BOSTON COLLEGE * (COX) 7:00 PM 20 VERMONT * (COX) 7:00 PM JANUARY 4 at Minnesota State 8:37 PM 5 at Minnesota State 8:07 PM 11 MASSACHUSETTS * 7:00 PM 12 at Massachusetts * (CBS3) 7:00 PM 17 at UMass Lowell * 7:00 PM 19 at New Hampshire * 7:00 PM 25 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 7:00 PM 26 at Boston University * (NESN) 7:00 PM FEBRUARY 1 at Maine * 7:00 PM 8 NEW HAMPSHIRE * (COX) 7:00 PM 10 at New Hampshire * (CBSSN) 4:00 PM 17 MERRIMACK * (COX) 4:00 PM 22 NORTHEASTERN * 7:00 PM 23 at Northeastern * 7:00 PM MARCH 1 BOSTON COLLEGE * (COX) 2 at Boston College * 8 at UMass Lowell * 9 UMASS LOWELL *

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

$ - Mayor’s Cup

$ - Denver Cup (Denver, CO) = - Mayor’s Cup (Providence, RI) Jamie Russell Michigan Tech ‘89

OCTOBER 12 SACRED HEART 13 at Boston University * 19 at Miami 20 at Miami 26 MAINE * (COX) 27 MAINE * (COX)

PROVIDENCE

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Ben Barr Rensselaer ‘04

PROVIDENCE MEDIA RELATIONS DAN COLLERAN Office Phone: (401) 865-2201 Cell Phone: 574-339-9810 Email: dcollera@providence.edu Fax: (401) 865-2583 Press Box: (401) 865-1414

Fr i a r s . c om Rev. Brian J. Shanley

President

Robert Driscoll

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012-13 VERMONT CATAMOUNTS OPENING roster

VERMONT

No. Name (NHL) Cl. Pos. Ht. 1

General

Quick facts

Location: Burlington, VT 05405 Founded: 1791 Undergraduate Enrollment: 10,459

Key Personnel

President: Atheltics Director: Dr. Bob Corran robert.corran@uvm.edu Head Coach: Kevin Sneddon Assistant Coaches: Kevin Patrick kevin.patrick@uvm.edu Kyle Wallack kyle.wallack@uvm.edu Terry Lovelette Hockey Operations: Mike Monti michael.monti@uvm.edu Media Relations: Alastair Ingram alastair.ingram@uvm.edu Athletic Trainer: Steve Basiel stephen.basiel@uvm.edu Strength and Conditioning: Justin Smith justin.smith@uvm.edu Equipment Manager: Charlie Mackey charles.mackey@uvm.edu Arena Manager: Dave Rogers david-a.rogers@uvm.edu Ticket Manager: Jesse Bridges jesse.bridges@uvm.edu

Team Information

Tom Sullivan (802) 656-3075 (802) 656-1414

(802) 656-2521 (802) 656-1109 (802) 734-1475 (802) 656-0619

Wt.

Hometown/Last Team

Sr.

G

6-3 204 Trumbull, Conn./Gunnery Prep

2 Michael Paliotta (CHI)

So.

D

6-3 201 Westport, Conn./U.S. Under-18 Team

3

Chris McCarthy (A)

Jr.

F

6-1 190 Collegeville, Pa./U.S. Under-18 Team

4

Nick Bruneteau

Jr.

D 5-10 182 Omaha, Neb./Shattuck-St. Mary’s

5

Arthur Griem

Jr.

D

6-3 203 Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich./New York

6 Colin Markison

So.

F

5-10 185 Princeton, N.J./Omaha (USHL)

7

So.

F

5-10 183 Fulton, N.Y./Waterloo (USHL)

Mike Montagna

8

Jonathan Turk

Fr.

F

5-9 188 Calgary, Alta./Okotoks

9

Kyle Reynolds

So.

F

5-9 170 Sylvan Lake, Alta./Okotoks

10 Kyle Mountain

So.

F

6-1 192 Bryn Mawr, Pa./Penticton

11 H.T. Lenz (C)

Jr.

F

5-10 171 Vienna, Va./Des Moines (USHL)

12 Ryan Rosenthal

Fr.

F

6-1 185 Montvale, N.J./Kent School

13 Brett Bruneteau

Sr.

F

5-11 195 Omaha, Neb./North Dakota (WCHA)

14 Anthony DeCenzo

Jr.

F

5-10 168 Hibbing, Minn./Tri-City (USHL)

15 Yvan Pattyn

Fr.

D

6-1 196 St. Anne, Man./Portage

16 Pete Massar

Jr.

F

5-9 180 Williston, Vt./Clarkson (ECACH)

17 Jacob Fallon

So.

F

5-10 187 Southlake, Texas/Indiana (USHL)

18 Ben Albertson

Sr.

F

6-3 205 Williston, Vt./Indiana (USHL)

19 Matt White

Jr.

F

6-2 198 McMurray, Pa./Pittsburgh

22 Blake Doerring

So.

D

6-2 185 Chanhassen, Minn./Des Moines (USHL)

23 Connor Brickley (A, FLA) Jr.

F

6-1 195 Everett, Mass./Des Moines (USHL)

24 Tobias Nilsson-Roos (A) Sr.

F

5-10 179 Malmo, Sweden/Cedar Rapids (USHL)

25 Nick Luukko (PHI)

So.

D

6-2 181 West Chester, Pa./Dubuque (USHL)

26 Caylen Walls

Fr.

D

6-1 200 Lyalta, Alta./Okotoks

27 Anders Franzon

Sr.

D

6-3 196 Plattsburgh, N.Y./Nanaimo 5-7 170 Bolton, Ont./Indiana (USHL)

29 Robert Polesello

Fr.

F

(802) 656-5812

32 Billy Faust

Fr.

G 5-11 180 Alta Loma, Calif./Nanaimo

37 Brody Hoffman

Fr.

G

(802) 656-3048

Vermont

(802) 656-4410

Nickname/Colors: Catamounts/Green and Gold Home Arena: Gutterson Fieldhouse Rink Dimensions: 200 x 90 Arena Capacity: 4,007 2011-12 Overall Record: 6-27-1 2011-12 HEA Record/Place: 3-23-1/10th Team Captain: H.T. Lenz Letterwinners R/L: 20(13F,6D,1G)/8(4F,2D,2G) Newcomers: 8 (4F,2D,2G) First Season in Hockey East: 2005-06 Best Regular Season Finish: 3rd (2007-08) Hockey East Tournament Record: 6-12-0 NCAA Tournament App: 5 (Last 2010) NCAA Frozen Fours: 2 (1996, 2009)

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John Vazzano

Season 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

6-4 195 Wilkie, Sask./Fort McMurray

(History in league play since 1990)

ECAC Record ECAC Tourney 12-8-2 (6th) Quarterfinals 10-9-3 (7th) First round 10-11-1 (7th) First round 10-6-6 (5th) Quarterfinals 11-9-2 (5th) Quarterfinals 17-2-3 (1st) 3rd place 13-6-3 (3rd) Quarterfinals 7-11-4 (T-9th) First round 7-13-2 (9th) First round – – 8-12-2 (T-9th) 5th place 3-18-1 (12th) –

Season 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Season 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

ECAC Record ECAC Tourney 8-14-0 (10th) Quarterfinals 7-14-1 (11th) First round 13-6-3 (4th) 4th place HEA Record HEA Tourney 10-11-6 (6th) First round 12-10-5 (6th) First round 13-9-5 (3rd) Runner-up 15-8-4 (T-3rd) First round 9-11-7 (8th) Semifinals 6-14-7 (7th) First round 3-23-1 (10th) -

2011-12 Three-Game Regular Season Series 0-3-0 vs. Boston College 1-2-0 vs. Massachusetts 1-1-1 vs. New Hampshire

0-3-0 vs. Boston University 1-2-0 vs. UMass Lowell 0-3-0 vs. Northeastern

0-3-0 vs. Maine 0-3-0 vs. Merrimack 0-3-0 vs. Providence

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2011-12 RESULTS

2012-13 SCHEDULE

Overall Record: 6-27-1 Hockey East: 3-23-1 (10th)

Home games in bold CAPS * denotes Hockey East game All times Eastern

OCTOBER 14 USA U-18 (Exh.) 21 at Minnesota 23 at Minnesota 28 MERRIMACK* 29 MERRIMACK*

OCTOBER 6 CONCORDIA (Exh) 12 at UMass Lowell * 26 at Merrimack * 27 at Merrimack *

L, 1-2 L, 0-6 W, 5-4 L, 1-4 L, 2-4

NOVEMBER 4 at Providence* L, 2-5 5 at Providence* L, 1-5 12 NEW HAMPSHIRE T, 4-4 (OT) 18 at Boston U.* L, 3-4 19 at Northeastern* L, 1-4 22 MASSACHUSETTS* W, 2-1 25 COLGATE L, 1-4 27 DARTMOUTH W, 5-3 DECEMBER 2 MAINE* L, 4-6 3 MAINE* L, 2-5 7 at Merrimack* L, 2-5 17 ST. LAWRENCE L, 1-2 27 RUSSIAN RED STARS (Exh.) L, 1-6 29 LAKE SUPERIOR ! L, 3-5 30 FERRIS STATE ! W, 4-2 JANUARY 4 at Maine* L, 1-3 7 vs Massachusetts* L, 2-3 (OT) 13 UMASS-LOWELL* W, 3-2 (OT) 15 PROVIDENCE* L, 2-5 20 at MASSACHUSETTS* L, 3-4 27 NORTHEASTERN* L, 3-8 28 NORTHEASTERN* L, 2-4 FEBRUARY 3 at UMass-Lowell* L, 1-3 4 at UMass-Lowell* L, 4-6 10 BOSTON COLLEGE* L, 1-6 17 at New Hampshire* W, 4-3 (OT) 18 at New Hampshire* L, 1-3 24 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * L, 0-5 25 BOSTON U. * L, 2-3 (OT) MARCH 2 at BOSTON COLLEGE * L, 1-5 3 at BOSTON COLLEGE * L, 0-4

Kevin Sneddon

Head Coach

Phone: (802) 656-1414 Fax: (802) 656-0949

~ THE SNEDDON FILE ~ Alma Mater: Harvard ‘92 Born: April 23, 1970; Burlington, Ont. Wife: Toni Daughter: Gabrielle (7) Prior College Coaching Experience: 1998-2003 1993-1998

Head Coach, Union Assistant, Union

Record at UVM: 136-155-47 (9 seasons) Overall Record: 186-254-65 (14 seasons) Hockey East: 68-86-35 (7 seasons) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 2 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 1 COACHING HONORS • Bob Kullen Award – 2008 (Hockey East Coach of the Year)

• Spencer Penrose Award Finalist - ‘08, ‘09 (National Coach of the Year)

Vermont Coaching Staff

Kevin Patrick Notre Dame ‘92

Kyle Wallack Springfield ‘97

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:00 PM

NOVEMBER 2 PROVIDENCE * 7:00 PM 3 PROVIDENCE * 7:00 PM 10 at New Hampshire * 7:00 PM 16 BOSTON UNIVERSITY * 7:00 PM 18 NORTHEASTERN * (WCAX-TV) 7:00 PM 20 at Massachusetts * (CBS3) 7:00 PM 23 MINNESOTA (FSN) 7:00 PM 24 MINNESOTA (FSN) 7:00 PM 30 at Maine * (CBSSN) 8:00 PM DECEMBER 1 at Maine * 5 at Dartmouth 15 at St. Lawrence 20 at Providence * (COX) 29 UNION $ (WCAX-TV) 30 PRINCETON $ (WCAX-TV)

7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM

JANUARY 5 MERRIMACK * (CBSSN) 7:00 PM 11 UMASS LOWELL * 7:00 PM 12 UMASS LOWELL * (WCAX-TV) 7:00 PM 19 vs. Penn State # TBA 25 MASSACHUSETTS * 7:00 PM 26 MASSACHUSETTS * 7:00 PM

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FEBRUARY 1 at Boston College * 7:00 PM 9 MAINE * (WCAX-TV) 7:00 PM 15 at Northeastern * 7:00 PM 16 at Northeastern * 7:00 PM 22 NEW HAMPSHIRE * (NESN) 7:00 PM 23 NEW HAMPSHIRE * (CBSSN) 4:00 PM MARCH 1 at Boston University * 7:30 PM 2 at Boston University * 7:00 PM 8 BOSTON COLLEGE * 7:00 PM 9 BOSTON COLLEGE * (WCAX-TV) 7:00 PM $ - Catamount Cup # - Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Terry Lovelette Johnson St. ‘98

VERMONT MEDIA RELATIONS ALASTAIR INGRAM Office Phone: (802) 656-1109 Cell Phone: (339) 927-0097 Email: alastair.ingram@uvm.edu Fax: (802) 656-8328 Press Box: (802) 656-4182

U V M A t hle t i c s . c om Tom Sullivan

President

Dr. Bob Corran

Athletics Director

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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SEASONS

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

Former Providence Goaltender Chris Terreri 1985 Player of the Year and Tournament MVP

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Season Year Champion 84-85 Boston College 24-9-1 85-86 Boston College 23-9-2 86-87 Boston College 26-6-0 87-88 Maine 20-4-2 88-89 Boston College 16-6-4 89-90 Boston College 15-6-0 90-91 Boston College 16-5-0 91-92 New Hampshire 15-4-2 92-93 Maine 22-1-1 93-94 Boston U. 21-3-0 94-95 BU 16-5-3 Maine 15-3-6 95-96 Boston U. 17-5-2 96-97 BU 16-4-4 UNH 18-6-0 97-98 Boston U. 18-4-2 98-99 New Hampshire 18-3-3 99-00 Boston U. 15-3-6 00-01 Boston College 17-5-2 01-02 New Hampshire 17-4-3 02-03 BC 16-6-2 UNH 15-5-4 03-04 Boston College 17-4-3 04-05 Boston College 14-3-7 05-06 Boston University 17-7-3 06-07 New Hampshire 18-7-2

REGULAR SEASON QUICK REFERENCE Player of the Year Chris Terreri Providence

Rookie of the Year Ken Hodge Boston College

Coach of the Year Len Ceglarski Boston College

Scoring Leader Tim Army, PC 60 points

GAA Leader Chris Terreri, PC 3.49 GAA

Scott Harlow Boston College

Scott Young, BU Al Loring, ME

Jack Parker Boston University

Scott Harlow, BC 67 points

Scott Gordon, BC 3.42 GAA

Brian Leetch Boston College

Brian Leetch Boston College

Bill Riley, Jr. Lowell

Craig Janney, BC 74 points

Scott King, ME 3.06 GAA

Mike McHugh Maine

Mario Thyer Maine

Shawn Walsh Maine

David Capuano, ME 59 points

Scott King, ME 2.97 GAA

Greg Brown Boston College

Rob Gaudreau, PC Scott Pellerin, ME

Fern Flaman Northeastern

Tim Sweeney, BC 48 points

David Littman, BC 3.04 GAA

Greg Brown Boston College

Scott Cashman Boston University

Shawn Walsh Maine

David Emma, BC 44 points

Scott King, ME 2.35 GAA

David Emma Boston College

Jeff Levy New Hampshire

Dick Umile New Hampshire

David Emma, BC 51 points

Scott LaGrand, BC 3.02 GAA

Scott Pellerin Maine

Ian Moran, BC Craig Darby, PC

Jack Parker Boston University

Mike Boback, PC 39 points

Derek Herlofsky, BU 2.45 GAA

Paul Kariya Maine

Paul Kariya Maine

Shawn Walsh Maine

Paul Kariya, ME 63 points

Garth Snow, ME 2.01 GAA

Dwayne Roloson UMass Lowell

Greg Bullock UMass Lowell

Bruce Crowder UMass Lowell

Mike Pomichter, BU 33 points

Derek Herlofsky, BU 2.27 GAA

Chris Imes Maine

Mark Mowers New Hampshire

Shawn Walsh Maine

Greg Bullock, UML 47 points

Blair Allison, ME 2.72 GAA

Jay Pandolfo Boston University

Marty Reasoner Boston College

Bruce Crowder UMass-Lowell

Chris Drury, BU 42 points

Tom Noble, BU 2.89 GAA

Chris Drury Boston University

Greg Koehler UMass Lowell

Dick Umile New Hampshire

Chris Drury, BU 41 points

Michel Larocque, BU 2.57 GAA

Chris Drury Boston University Jason Krog New Hampshire

Brian Gionta Boston College Darren Haydar New Hampshire

Bruce Crowder Northeastern Dick Umile New Hampshire

Tom Nolan, UNH Marty Reasoner, BC 42 points Jason Krog, UNH 53 points

Michel Larocque, BU 1.74 GAA Ty Conklin, UNH 1.64 GAA

Ty Conklin, UNH Mike Mottau, BC

Rick DiPietro Boston University

Jack Parker Boston University

Cory Larose, ME 33 points

Scott Clemmensen, BC 1.98 GAA

Brian Gionta Boston College

Chuck Kobasew Boston College

Paul Pooley Providence

Brian Gionta, BC 35 points

Ty Conklin, UNH 1.83 GAA

Darren Haydar New Hampshire

Sean Collins New Hampshire

Dick Umile New Hampshire

Darren Haydar, UNH 42 points

Mike Ayers, UNH 1.79 GAA

Mike Ayers, UNH Ben Eaves, BC

Jimmy Howard Maine

Don Cahoon Massachusetts

Ben Eaves, BC 42 points

Matti Kaltiainen, BC 2.20 GAA

Steve Saviano New Hampshire Patrick Eaves Boston College

Michel Léveillé Maine Peter Vetri UMass Lowell

Jerry York Boston College Jack Parker Boston University

Ryan Shannon, BC Tony Voce, BC 27 points Jason Guerriero, NU 34 points

Jimmy Howard, ME 1.15 GAA Matti Kaltiainen, BC 1.81 GAA

Chris Collins Boston College

Brandon Yip Boston University

Jack Parker Boston University

Chris Collins, BC 39 points

Cory Schneider, BC 1.96 GAA

John Curry Boston University

Teddy Purcell Maine

Dick Umile New Hampshire

Brian Boyle, BC 37 points

John Curry, BU 1.85 GAA

Kevin Regan New Hampshire

Colin Wilson Boston University

Kevin Sneddon Vermont

Bryan Ewing, BU 35 points

Kevin Regan, UNH 1.83 GAA

08-09 Boston University 18-5-4 09-10 New Hampshire 15-6-6 10-11 Boston College 20-6-1

Brad Thiessen Northeastern Bobby Butler New Hampshire Paul Thompson New Hampshire

Kieran Millan Boston University Stephane Da Costa Merrimack Charlie Coyle Boston University

Greg Cronin Northeastern Mark Dennehy, MC Dick Umile, UNH Jerry York Boston College

James Marcou, UMass Brad Thiessen, NU Colin Wilson, BU 2.09 GAA, .932 save% 35 points Bobby Butler, UNH Carter Hutton, UML Gustav Nyquist, ME 2.35 GAA, .925 save% 41 points Paul Thompson, UNH John Muse, BC 42 points 1.84 GAA, .933 save%

11-12

Spencer Abbott Maine

Scott Wilson UMass-Lowell

Norm Bazin UMass-Lowell

Spencer Abbott, Maine Parker Milner, BC 38 points 1.85 GAA, .928 save%

07-08

New Hampshire 19-5-3

Boston College 19-7-1

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

QUICK REFERENCE

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QUICK REFERENCE

Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

CHAMPIONSHIP QUICK REFERENCE YEAR 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TOURNAMENT MVP Providence 2, Boston College 1 (2OT) Chris Terreri (PC) Boston U. 9, Boston College 4 Peter Marshall (BU) Boston College 4, Maine 2 Brian Leetch (BC) Northeastern 4, Maine 3 Bruce Racine (NU) Maine 5, Boston College 4 Bob Beers (Maine) Boston College 4, Maine 3 Scott LaGrand (BC) Boston U. 4, Maine 3 (OT) Shawn McEachern (BU) Maine 4, UNH 1 Scott Pellerin (Maine) Maine 5, Boston U. 2 Jim Montgomery (Maine) Boston U. 3, UMass-Lowell 2 Dwayne Roloson (UML) Boston U. 3, Providence 2 Bob Bell (PC) Providence 3, Maine 2 Joe Hulbig (PC) Boston U. 4, UNH 2 Michel Larocque (BU) Boston College 3, Maine 2 Marty Reasoner (BC) Boston College 5, UNH 4 (OT) Blake Bellefeuille (BC) Maine 2, Boston College 1 Niko Dimitrakos (Maine) Boston College 5, Providence 3 Chuck Kobasew (BC) UNH 3, Maine 1 Darren Haydar (UNH) UNH 1, Boston U. 0 (OT) Sean Fields (BU) Maine 2, UMass 1 (3OT) Jimmy Howard (Maine) Boston College 3, UNH 1 Brian Boyle (BC) Boston U. 2, Boston College 1 (OT) David Van der Gulik (BU) Boston College 5, UNH 2 Brock Bradford (BC) Boston College 4, UVM 0 Nathan Gerbe (BC) Boston U. 1, UMass-Lowell 0 Kieran Millan (BU) Boston College 7, Maine 6 (OT) Matt Lombardi (BC) Boston College 5, Merrimack 3 Cam Atkinson (BC) Boston College 4, Maine 1 Johnny Gaudreau (BC)

2012 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston College def. #8 UMass, 2-1, 3-2 #7 Providence def. #2 UML, 5-3, 2-3 OT, 1-0 #3 Boston U. def. #6 UNH, 2-3 2OT, 4-2, 5-4 2OT #4 Maine def. #5 Merrimack, 2-1, 2-5, 2-1 SEMIFINALS (TD Garden) Boston College 4, Providence 2 Maine 5, Boston University 3 CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Garden) Boston College 4, Maine 1 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Parker Milner, BC D: Brian Dumoulin, BC D: Will O’Neill, Maine F: Alex Chiasson, BU F: Joey Diamond, Maine F: Johnny Gaudreau, BC MVP: Johnny Gaudreau, BC (Fr., F)

TOURNAMENT BREAKDOWN Team Boston College Boston University Maine Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Providence Vermont

App. 28 28 26 15 24 17 26 22 25 6

Record 59-23-2 59-34-1 52-30-0 9-26-0 27-41-3 8-30-0 42-33-2 16-37-1 28-40-1 6-12-0

Titles 11 7 5 0 0 0 2 1 2 0

Last 2012 2009 2004 – – – 2003 1988 1996 –

2nd 5 2 9 1 2 1 5 0 2 0

Semis 20 20 19 3 13 2 15 7 11 2

MVPs 11 6 5 0 1 0 1 1 3 0

ATT 50 31 38 6 8 3 17 5 11 0

REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN BY TEAM Team Boston College Boston University Maine Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Providence Vermont

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Seasons 28 28 28 18 28 23 28 28 28 7

Regular Season Titles 12 8 3 0 0 0 8 0 0 0

Players of the Year 10 4 5 0 1 0 8 1 1 0

Rookies of the Year 6 7 7 0 4 1 4 0 2 0

Coaches of the Year 3 5 4 1 4 1 6 3 1 1

Scoring Leaders 12 5 6 1 1 0 5 1 2 0

GAA Leaders 9 7 6 0 1 0 4 0 1 0

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Hockey East All-Time Tournament Results

1985 QUARTERFINALS (two games, mini-game) #5 Lowell def. #4 UNH, 7-6, 4-8, [1-0] #2 Boston U. def. #7 Maine, 7-4, 4-2 #3 Providence def. #6 Northeastern, 3-2, 3-0 SEMIFINALS (Providence Civic Center) Providence 5, Boston U. 2 #1 Boston College 6, Lowell 5 CONSOLATION (Providence Civic Center) Boston U. 6, Lowell 4 CHAMPIONSHIP (Providence Civic Center) Providence 2, Boston College 1 (2OT) MVP: Chris Terreri, Providence (Jr., G) 1986 QUARTERFINALS (two games, total goals) #6 Lowell def. #3 Northeastern, 4-2, 3-4 #2 Boston U. def. #7 UNH, 1-1, 4-3 #4 Providence def. #5 Maine, 5-4, 5-2 SEMIFINALS (Providence Civic Center) Boston U. 3, Providence 2 #1 Boston College 5, Lowell 2 CONSOLATION (Providence Civic Center) Lowell 8, Providence 5 CHAMPIONSHIP (Providence Civic Center) Boston U. 9, Boston College 4 MVP: Peter Marshall, Boston U. (Sr., F) 1987 QUARTERFINALS (single game elimination) #5 Northeastern 3, #4 Boston U. 2 #3 Maine 5, #6 Providence 2 SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) Maine 5, #2 Lowell 4 #1 Boston College 9, Northeastern 3 CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Boston College 4, Maine 2 MVP: Brian Leetch, BC (Fr., D) 1988 QUARTERFINALS (two games, total goals) #4 Lowell def. #5 BC, 3-3, 5-2 #6 Providence def. #3 Boston U., 3-2, 6-4 SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) (two games, total goals) #2 Northeastern def. Lowell, 3-1, 1-2 #1 Maine def. Providence, 6-5, 11-2 CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Northeastern 4, Maine 3 MVP: Bruce Racine, Northeastern (Sr., G) 1989 QUARTERFINALS (single game elimination) #4 Providence 3, #5 Boston U. 2 #3 Northeastern 5, #6 UNH 4 (OT) SEMIFINALS (at Boston College) #1 Boston College 6, Providence 5 (2OT) #2 Maine 3, Northeastern 2 (OT) CONSOLATION (at Boston College) Providence 3, Northeastern 2 CHAMPIONSHIP (at Boston College) Maine 5, Boston College 4 MVP: Bob Beers, Maine (Sr., D)

1990   QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 BC def. #8 Merrimack, 3-1, 3-6, 8-5 #2 Maine def. #7 Lowell, 7-3, 16-0 #3 Boston U. def. #6 Northeastern, 3-4, 5-2, 5-3 #5 UNH def. #4 Providence, 1-5, 2-0, 7-4 SEMIFINALS (at campus sites) Maine 3, Boston U. 1 Boston College 5, UNH 4 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP (at Boston College) Boston College 4, Maine 3 MVP: Scott LaGrand, BC (Fr., G) 1991 QUARTERFINALS (single game elimination) #8 Northeastern 6, #1 Boston College 5 #2 Maine 5, #7 Lowell 3 #3 Boston U. 7, #6 Merrimack 1 #4 Providence 4, #5 UNH 1 SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) Boston U. 7, Providence 5 Maine 4, Northeastern 3 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Boston U. 4, Maine 3 (OT) MVP: Shawn McEachern, Boston U. (So., F) 1992 QUARTERFINALS (single game elimination) #1 Maine 7, #8 Merrimack 0 #2 UNH 4, #7 Northeastern 2 #3 Providence 7, # 6 UMass Lowell 0 #5 Boston College 5, #4 Boston U. 2 SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) Maine 7, Boston College 3 UNH 5, Providence 3 CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Maine 4, UNH 1 MVP: Scott Pellerin, Maine (Sr., F) 1993 QUARTERFINALS (two games, total goals) #1 Maine def. #8 Northeastern 6-1, 9-5 #2 Boston U. def. #7 BC 6-2, 5-1 #3 UNH def. #6 Merrimack 5-3, 9-2 #4 UML def. #5 Providence 7-4, 3-3 (OT) SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) Maine 7, UMass Lowell 5 Boston U. 2, UNH 0 CONSOLATION (Boston Garden) UMass Lowell 5, UNH 4 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Maine 5, Boston U. 2 MVP: Jim Montgomery, Maine (Sr., F) 1994 QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston U. def. #8 Maine, 8-5, 4-3 #2 UML def. #7 Merrimack, 7-1, 3-0 #3 UNH def. #6 BC, 4-1, 6-5 (2OT) #4 Northeastern def. #5 Providence, 4-3, 2-1 (OT) SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) Boston U. 5, Northeastern 2 UMass Lowell 4, UNH 2 CONSOLATION (Boston Garden)

UNH 4, Northeastern 4 CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Boston U. 3, UMass Lowell 2 MVP: Dwayne Roloson, UML (Sr., G)

1995 PLAY-IN #9 UMass 5, #8 BC 4 QUARTERFINALS (single game elimination) #1 Maine 7, #9 Massachusetts 4 #2 Boston U. 4, #7 Merrimack 3 #6 Providence 3, #3 UNH 2 (OT) #5 UMass Lowell 5, #4 Northeastern 2 SEMIFINALS (Boston Garden) Boston U. 4, UMass Lowell 2 Providence 7, Maine 3 CONSOLATION (Boston Garden) Maine 6, UMass Lowell 0 CHAMPIONSHIP (Boston Garden) Boston U. 3, Providence 2 MVP: Bob Bell, Providence (Sr., G) 1996 QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston U. def. #8 Massachusetts, 5-2, 14-1 #2 UML def. #7 Northeastern, 7-3, 4-3 #3 Maine def. #6 UNH, 4-2, 8-4 #4 Providence def. #5 BC, 5-2, 4-2 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) Maine 5, UMass Lowell 2 Providence 5, Boston U., 4 CONSOLATION (FleetCenter) Boston U. 7, UMass Lowell 3 CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) Providence 3, Maine 2 MVP: Joe Hulbig, Providence (Sr., F)

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1997 QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston U. def. #8 Northeastern, 6-2, 7-1 #2 UNH def. #7 Massachusetts, 5-1, 8-2 #6 UML def. #3 Providence, 6-2, 6-5 #5 BC def. #4 Merrimack, 7-6, 5-3 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) Boston U. 3, UMass Lowell 2 UNH 4, Boston College 0 CONSOLATION (FleetCenter) Boston College 2, UMass Lowell 2 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) Boston U. 4, UNH 2 MVP: Michel Larocque, Boston U. (So., G) 1998 QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #8 Merrimack def. #1 Boston U., 4-1, 5-6, 5-4 #2 BC def. #7 Providence, 4-3, 6-3 #6 Maine def. #3 UNH, 3-2 (2 OT), 5-3 #5 UML def. #4 Northeastern, 8-2, 2-3, 5-1 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) Boston College 7, Merrimack 2 Maine 6, UMass Lowell 2 CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) Boston College 3, University of Maine 2 MVP: Marty Reasoner, BC (Jr., F)

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2004

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 UNH def. #8 Merrimack, 3-2, 5-4 #2 Maine def. #7 Massachusetts, 3-1, 5-2 #3 BC def. #6 UMass Lowell, 5-0, 5-4 #4 Providence def. #5 Boston U., 8-2, 2-8, 5-1 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) Boston College 3, Maine 2 UNH 6, Providence 2 CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) Boston College 5, UNH 4 (OT) MVP: Blake Bellefeuille, BC (Jr., F)

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #8 Boston U. def. #1 BC, 3-2, 0-4, 4-2 #2 Maine def. #7 Merrimack, 2-1, 3-2 #3 Massachusetts def. #6 UML, 6-3, 3-1 #4 UNH def. #5 PC, 2-1, 3-4 (OT), 1-0 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) Massachusetts 5, UNH 2 Maine 1, Boston U. 0 CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) Maine 2, Massachusetts 1 (3OT) MVP: Jimmy Howard, Maine (So., G)

2000

2005

2009

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston U. def. #8 Maine, 2-1, 3-6, 6-2 #2 Northeastern def. #7 Massachusetts, 1-2, 4-1, 3-2 OT #6 BC def. #3 New Hampshire, 5-3, 1-0 #5 UMass-Lowell def. #4 Vermont, 4-3 OT, 4-2 SEMIFINALS (TD Banknorth Garden) Boston U. 3, Boston College 2 UMass-Lowell 3, Northeastern 2 OT CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Banknorth Garden) Boston U. 1, UMass-Lowell 0 MVP: Kieran Millan, Boston U. (Fr., G)

QUARTERFINALS QUARTERFINALS 2010 (best-of-three series) (best-of-three series) QUARTERFINALS #1 Boston U. def. #8 Massachusetts, 4-2, 5-2 #1 BC def. #8 UMass, 3-2 (OT), 5-1 (best-of-three series) #2 UNH def. #7 Merrimack, 5-2, 3-2 (OT) #2 Boston U. def. #7 Providence, 1-4, 2-0, 2-0 #8 Vermont def. #1 New Hampshire, 4-7, 1-0, 1-0 #3 BC def. #6 Northeastern, 8-4, 3-2 #3 UNH def. #6 Northeastern, 6-1, 4-0 (OT) #4 Maine def. #5 Providence, 5-3, 5-4 (OT) #4 Maine def. #5 UMass Lowell, 7-2, 5-1 #2 Boston College def. #7 UMass, 6-5, 5-2 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) SEMIFINALS (TD Banknorth Garden) #3 Boston U. def. #6 Merrimack, 3-2, 2-3 OT, 3-0 Boston College 2, UNH 1 Boston College 2, Maine 1 (2OT) #4 Maine def. #5 UML, 1-2, 2-0, 3-2 OT Maine 4, Boston U. 2 New Hampshire 5, Boston U. 2 SEMIFINALS (TD Garden) CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Banknorth Garden) Maine 5, Boston U. 2 Maine 2, Boston College 1 Boston College 3, New Hampshire 1 Boston College 3, Vermont 0 MVP: Niko Dimitrakos, Maine (So., F) MVP: Brian Boyle, BC (So., F) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Garden) Boston College 7, Maine 6 (OT) 2001 2006 MVP: Matt Lombardi, BC (Sr., F) QUARTERFINALS QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) (best-of-three series) 2011 #1 BC def. #8 Merrimack, 1-0, 5-1 #1 Boston U. def. #8 UMass, 4-1, 4-1 QUARTERFINALS #2 Maine def. #7 Northeastern, 2-1, 6-3 #2 Maine def. #7 UML, 4-3 (OT), 4-3 (best-of-three series) #3 PC def. #6 Boston U., 6-3, 1-2, 4-3 (2OT) #3 BC def. #6 Vermont, 3-2 (OT), 6-2 #1 Boston College def. #8 UMass, 4-1, 4-2 #4 UNH def. #5 Providence, 4-0, 2-1 (2OT) #5 UML def. #4 UNH, 2-4, 2-1, 2-1 #2 New Hampshire def. #7 Vermont, 3-1, 4-3 SEMIFINALS (TD Banknorth Garden) SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) #6 Northeastern def. #3 Boston U., 4-2, 2-5, 5-4 Boston College 4, Maine 1 Boston College 5, UMass Lowell 1 #4 Merrimack def. Maine, 5-4, 6-2 Boston U. 9, New Hampshire 2 Providence 4, Maine 3 SEMIFINALS (TD Garden) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Banknorth Garden) CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) Boston College 5, Northeastern 4 Boston U. 2, Boston College 1 (OT) Boston College 5, Providence 3 Merrimack 4, New Hampshire 1 MVP: Chuck Kobasew, BC (Fr., F) MVP: David Van der Gulik, Boston U. (Sr., F) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Garden) Boston College 5, Merrimack 3 2002 2007 MVP: Cam Atkinson, BC (Jr., F) QUARTERFINALS QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) (best-of-three series) 2012 #1 UNH def. #8 Merrimack, 6-2, 5-4 (OT) #1 UNH def. #8 Providence, 4-0, 6-0 QUARTERFINALS #2 Boston U. def. #7 Providence, 3-2, 4-2 #2 BC def. #7 Northeastern, 3-0, 7-1 (best-of-three series) #3 Maine def. #6 BC, 7-3, 4-2 #3 Boston U. vs. #6 Vermont, 2-3, 2-0, 3-2 OT #1 Boston College def. #8 UMass, 2-1, 3-2 #4 UML def. #5 Northeastern, 5-2, 2-4, 3-1 #4 UMass vs. #5 Maine, 3-2, 5-2 #7 Providence def. #2 UML, 5-3, 2-3 OT, 1-0 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) SEMIFINALS (TD Banknorth Garden) #3 Boston U. def. #6 UNH, 2-3 2OT, 4-2, 5-4 2OT UNH 4, UMass Lowell 3 New Hampshire 3, UMass 2 - 2 OT #4 Maine def. #5 Merrimack, 2-1, 2-5, 2-1 Maine 4, Boston U. 3 Boston College 6, Boston U. 2 SEMIFINALS (TD Garden) CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Banknorth Garden) Boston College 4, Providence 2 UNH 3, Maine 1 Boston College 5, New Hampshire 2 Maine 5, Boston University 3 MVP: Darren Haydar, UNH (Sr., F) MVP: Brock Bradford, BC (So., F) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Garden) Boston College 4, Maine 1 2003 2008 MVP: Johnny Gaudreau, BC (Fr., F) QUARTERFINALS QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) (best-of-three series) #1 UNH def. #8 UMass Lowell, 8-4, 8-4 #1 UNH def. #8 Massachusetts, 4-1, 7-2 #2 BC def. #7 Merrimack, 4-1, 2-1 #2 Boston U. def. #7 UML, 5-3, 1-4, 4-2 #6 Massachusetts def. #3 Maine, 5-3, 4-2 #3 Vermont def. #6 Northeastern, 1-0, 1-2 OT, 4-1 #5 Boston U. def. #4 Providence, 5-4 (OT), 7-1 #4 BC def. #5 PC, 5-1, 5-1 SEMIFINALS (FleetCenter) SEMIFINALS (TD Banknorth Garden) UNH 5, Massachusetts 4 BC 5, UNH 4 (3OT) Boston U. 6, Boston College 5 (2OT) Vermont 3, Boston U. 1 CHAMPIONSHIP (FleetCenter) CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Banknorth Garden) UNH 1, Boston U. 0 (OT) Boston College 4, Vermont 0 MVP: Sean Fields, Boston U. (Jr., G) MVP: Nathan Gerbe, BC (Jr., F)

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Regular Season Champion

BOSTON COLLEGE

1984-85 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

PROVIDENCE

CHRIS TERRERI Jr. G, Providence

Coach of the Year: Len Ceglarski, Boston College Rookie of the Year: Ken Hodge, Boston College

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Chris Terreri (PC) * G Jim Averill (NU) * D Peter Taglianetti (PC) * D Tim Army (PC) * F John Cullen (BU) F Rod Isbister (NU) F Standings 1. Boston College 2. Boston University 3. Providence 4. New Hampshire 5. Lowell 6. Northeastern 7. Maine

GP 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Tim Army (PC) 2. Scott Harlow (BC) 3. John Cullen (BU) Rod Isbister (NU) Bob Sweeney (BC)

60 57 51 51 51

Goals 1. Scott Harlow (BC) 2. Bob Sweeney (BC) 3. John Cullen (BU) Steve Rooney (PC) 5. Tim Army (PC) Doug Brown (BC) Rob Isbister (NU) Mark Lori (NU) Jon Morris (UL)

29 27 25 25 21 21 21 21 21

Goals Against Average 1. Chris Terreri (PC) 2. Scott Gordon (BC) 3. Bruce Racine (NU) 4. Bruce Gilles (UNH) 5. Dana Demole (UL)

3.49 3.67 4.09 4.34 4.77

Save Percentage 1. Chris Terreri (PC) 2. Scott Gordon (BC) 3. Bruce Gilles (UNH) 4. Jean Lacoste (ME) Bruce Racine (NU)

.905 .890 .887 .866 .866

W 24 19 15 12 11 11 8

Second Team Bruce Racine (NU) Paul Ames (UL) Scott Shaunessy (BU) * Doug Brown (BC) Scott Harlow (BC) * Bob Sweeney (BC)

L 9 11 14 21 21 22 26

T Pts 1 49 4 42 5 35 1 25 2 24 1 23 0 16

GF 182 139 119 139 125 120 105

GPG 5.36 (1) 4.09 (t2) 3.50 (6) 4.09 (t2) 3.68 (4) 3.53 (5) 3.09 (7)

NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals Minnesota 7, at BC 5 at BC 4, Minnesota 1 (BC wins series, 9-8) at Michigan St. 3, Providence 2 Providence 4, at Michigan St. 2 (Providence wins series, 6-5) Semifinals Providence 3, BC 3 (3OT) Consolation Minnesota-Duluth 7, BC 6 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP Rensselaer 2, Providence 1 Chris Terreri, Providence Most Outstanding Player

All-Rookie Team Bruce Racine (NU) Paul Cavallini (PC) Shawn Whitham (PC) Clark Donatelli (BU) Ken Hodge (BC) Steve Leach (UNH) Jon Morris (UL) GA 125 132 127 152 169 155 185

GAPG 3.68 (1) 3.89 (3) 3.74 (2) 4.47 (4) 4.97 (6) 4.56 (5) 5.45 (7)

G D D F F F F

PP Pct. 28.2 (1) 19.8 (4) 22.6 (t2) 19.1 (5) 18.9 (6) 22.6 (t2) 11.9 (7)

PK Pct. 79.3 (2) 77.5 (6) 80.4 (1) 77.8 (5) 79.1 (3) 77.9 (4) 70.7 (7)

Overall 28-15-2 24-14-4 23-17-5 16-26-1 15-25-2 13-24-1 12-29-1

1985 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (two games, [mini-game]) #5 Lowell def. #4 New Hampshire, 7-6, 4-8, [1-0] #2 Boston University def. #7 Maine, 7-4, 4-2 #3 Providence def. #6 Northeastern, 3-2, 3-0

84-85 SNAPSHOT

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SEMIFINALS – Providence Civic Center Providence 5, Boston University 2 #1 Boston College 6, Lowell 5 CONSOLATION – Providence Civic Center Boston University 6, Lowell 4 CHAMPIONSHIP – Providence Civic Center Providence 2, Boston College 1 (2OT) ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Chris Terreri (PC) D: Dominic Campedelli (BC) D: Peter Taglianetti (PC) F: Doug Brown (BC) F: Clark Donatelli (BU) F: Jon Morris (UL)

MVP: Chris Terreri

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

BOSTON COLLEGE

1985-86 Tournament Season snapshot Champion BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Player of the Year

SCOTT HARLOW Sr. F, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Jack Parker, Boston University Rookies of the Year: Al Loring, Maine and Scott Young, Boston University

Hockey East First Team Scott Gordon (BC) Claude Lodin (NU) David Quinn (BU) Scott Shaunessy (BU) John Cullen (BU) * Scott Harlow (BC) * Jay Heinbuck (NU)

All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Standings 1. Boston College 2. Boston University 3. Northeastern 4. Providence 5. Maine 6. Lowell New Hampshire

GP 34 34 34 34 34 34 34

Position G D D D F F F

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Scott Harlow (BC) 2. Jay Heinbuck (NU) 3. John Cullen (BU) 4. Clark Donatelli (BU) 5. Rod Isbister (NU)

67 65 59 51 49

Goals 1. Scott Harlow (BC) 2. Gord Cruickshank (PC) 3. Jay Heinbuck (NU) 4. Rod Isbister (NU) 5. Clark Donatelli (BU)

32 29 27 23 22

Goals Against Average 1. Scott Gordon (BC) 2. Dave Littman (BC) 3. Bob Deraney (BU) 4. Terry Taillefer (BU) 5. Chris Terreri (PC)

3.42 3.46 3.48 3.50 3.87

Save Percentage 1. Chris Terreri (PC) 2. Bob Deraney (BU) 3. Scott Gordon (BC) Terry Taillefer (BU) 5. Dave Littman (BC)

.901 .894 .889 .889 .886

W 23 20 18 11 8 5 5

L 9 11 14 22 25 27 27

Second Team Terry Taillefer (BU) Bob Emery (BC) Paul Fitzsimmons (NU)

* Doug Brown (BC) Gord Cruickshank (PC) * Clark Donatelli (BU)

T Pts 2 48 3 43 2 38 1 23 1 17 2 12 2 12

GF 158 147 165 105 118 118 114

All-Rookie Team None selected

* Other All-Americans: Chris Terreri, Goaltender (PC) Jay Octeau, Defense (BU)

GPG 4.65 (2) 4.33 (3) 4.87 (1) 3.09 (7) 3.47 (t4) 3.47(t4) 3.36 (6)

GA 123 127 158 140 177 166 188

GAPG 3.62 (1) 3.74 (2) 4.65 (4) 4.12 (3) 5.21 (6) 4.89 (5) 5.53 (7)

PP Pct. 23.5 (1) 22.6 (2) 21.3 (3) 18.2 (4) 12.6 (7) 16.8 (6) 17.9 (5)

PK Pct. 84.7 (1) 81.5 (3) 84.0 (2) 79.7 (4) 77.0 (5) 66.7 (7) 71.4 (6)

Overall 26-13-3 25-14-4 20-17-2 14-24-1 11-28-1 11-29-2 5-29-3

NCAA Tournament

1986 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals Minnesota 6, at BU 4 Minnesota 5, at BU 3 (Minnesota wins series, 11-7) at Michigan St. 6, BC 4 at Michigan St. 4, BC 2 (Michigan St. wins series, 10-6)

QUARTERFINALS (two games, total goals) #6 Lowell def. #3 Northeastern, 4-2, 3-4 #2 Boston University def. #7 New Hampshire, 1-1, 4-3 #4 Providence def. #5 Maine, 5-4, 5-2 SEMIFINALS – Providence Civic Center Boston University 3, Providence 2 #1 Boston College 5, Lowell 2 CONSOLATION – Providence Civic Center Lowell 8, Providence 5 CHAMPIONSHIP – Providence Civic Center Boston University 9, Boston College 4 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Terry Taillefer (BU) D: David Quinn (BU) D: Scott Shaunessy (BU) F: Ken Hodge (BC) F: Peter Marshall (BU) F: Jeff Sveen (BU)

MVP: Peter Marshall

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Regular Season Champion

BOSTON COLLEGE

1986-87 Tournament Season snapshot Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Player of the Year

BRIAN LEETCH Fr. D, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Bill Riley Jr., Lowell Rookie of the Year: Brian Leetch, Boston College

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Bruce Racine (NU) * Brian Leetch (BC) * Eric Weinrich (ME) * Craig Janney (BC) * Jon Morris (UL) * Kevin Stevens (BC) *

Standings 1. Boston College 2. Lowell 3. Maine 4. Boston University 5. Northeastern 6. Providence 7. New Hampshire

Position Second Team G Dave Delfino (UL) D Paul Ames (UL) D Jack Capuano (ME) F Gord Cruickshank (PC) F John Cullen (BU) F Dan Shea (BC)

GP 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Craig Janney (BC) 2. Dan Shea (BC) 3. Kevin Stevens (BC) 4. Jon Morris (UL) 5. Ken Hodge (BC)

74 60 58 55 50

Goals 1. Kevin Stevens (BC) 2. Tim Sweeney (BC) 3. Gord Cruickshank (PC) 4. Jon Morris (UL) 5. Craig Janney (BC)

30 29 27 24 23

Goals Against Average 1. Scott King (ME) 2. Dave Littman (BC) 3. Bob Deraney (BU) 4. Al Loring (ME) 5. Bruce Racine (NU)

3.06 3.32 3.78 3.89 3.99

Save Percentage 1. Scott King (ME) 2. Dave Littman (BC) 3. Bob Deraney (BU) 4. Terry Taillefer (BU) 5. Al Loring (ME)

.897 .887 .885 .884 .877

W 26 20 19 15 11 7 5

L 6 10 12 14 18 22 24

T Pts 0 52 2 42 1 39 3 33 3 25 3 17 3 13

GF 203 146 159 134 110 104 105

GPG 6.35 (1) 4.57 (3) 4.97 (2) 4.19 (4) 3.44 (5) 3.25 (7) 3.29 (6)

NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals Minnesota 4, at BC 1 at BC 3, Minnesota 2 (Minnesota wins series, 6-4) at Michigan St. 6, Maine 2 at Michigan St. 5, Maine 3 (Michigan St. wins series, 11-5)

All-Rookie Team Matt Merten (PC) Greg Brown (BC) Brian Leetch (BC) Rick Bennett (PC) David Capuano (ME) Randy LeBrasseur (UL) GA 121 136 117 132 139 156 179

GAPG 3.79 (2) 4.25 (4) 3.66 (1) 4.13 (3) 4.35 (5) 4.88 (6) 5.60 (7)

G D D F F F

PP Pct. 33.3 (1) 20.6 (4) 30.5 (2) 16.6 (7) 17.5 (6) 18.2 (5) 21.0 (3)

PK Pct. 78.8 (4) 75.2 (5) 86.4 (1) 83.0 (2) 79.9 (3) 72.6 (7) 73.3 (6)

Overall 31-8-0 22-12-2 24-16-2 19-15-3 12-21-3 7-23-3 8-27-3

1987 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS #5 Northeastern 3, #4 Boston University 2 #3 Maine 5, #6 Providence 2

86-87 SNAPSHOT

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SEMIFINALS Maine 5, #2 Lowell 4 #1 Boston College 9, Northeastern 3 CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Boston College 4, Maine 2

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Al Loring (ME) D: Brian Leetch (BC) D: Eric Weinrich (ME) F: Ken Hodge (BC) F: Craig Janney (BC) F: Mike McHugh (ME)

MVP: Brian Leetch

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

MAINE

1987-88 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

NORTHEASTERN

MIKE McHUGH Sr. F, Maine

Coach of the Year: Shawn Walsh, Maine Rookie of the Year: Mario Thyer, Maine

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Scott King (ME) Jack Capuano (ME) * Brian Dowd (NU) * David Capuano (ME) * Mike McHugh (ME) * David O’Brien (NU)

Position G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Pat Morrison (UNH) Will Averill (NU) Tom Dion (BU) David Emma (BC) Mario Thyer (ME) Chris Winnes (UNH)

Second Team David Littman (BC) Claude Lodin (NU) Carl Valimont (UL) * Mike Golden (ME) Mike Kelfer (BU) Dan Shea (BC)

G D D F F F

* Other All-Americans: Gord Cruickshank, Forward (PC) Bruce Racine, Goaltender (NU)

Standings 1. Maine 2. Northeastern 3. Boston University 4. Lowell 5. Boston College 6. Providence 7. New Hampshire

GP 26 26 26 26 26 26 26

Leaders (league games) Points 1. David Capuano (ME) 2. Mike McHugh (ME) 3. Mike Golden (ME) Mike Kelfer (BU) Mario Thyer (ME)

59 42 41 41 41

Goals 1. David Capuano (ME) 2. Jeff Flaherty (UL) 3. Gord Cruickshank (PC) Mike Kelfer (BU) Mike McHugh (ME)

25 22 21 21 21

Goals Against Average 1. Scott King (ME) 2. Bruce Racine (NU) 3. David Littman (BC) 4. Dave Delfino (UL) 5. Mark Romaine (PC)

2.97 3.84 3.97 4.22 4.23

Save Percentage 1. Scott King (ME) 2. Dave Littman (BC) 3. Peter Fish (BU) 4. Bruce Racine (NU) 5. Pat Morrison (UNH)

.902 .889 .887 .882 .875

W 20 13 11 12 10 8 6

L 4 9 12 14 14 13 18

T Pts 2 44 4 30 3 25 0 24 2 22 5 21 2 14

GF 159 115 116 111 104 97 86

GPG 6.12 (1) 4.42 (3) 4.46 (2) 4.27 (4) 4.00 (5) 3.73 (6) 3.31 (7)

(Merrimack competing as an Independent)

Quarterfinals Merrimack 4, at Lake Superior 3 at Lake Superior 5, Merrimack 0 (LSSU wins series, 8-4) at Maine 5, Bowling Green 1 at Maine 4, Bowling Green 3 (Maine wins series, 9-4) Semifinals Lake Superior 6, Maine 3 Consolation Maine 5, Minnesota 2

GAPG 3.46 (1) 4.00 (2) 4.50 (3) 4.58 (t4) 4.58 (t4) 4.58 (t4) 4.92 (7)

PP Pct. 28.1 (1) 22.9 (3) 20.7 (6) 22.7 (5) 21.8 (4) 23.9 (2) 13.4 (7)

PK Pct. 77.7 (2) 77.6 (t3) 74.6 (6) 74.4 (7) 77.6 (t3) 75.5 (5) 78.8 (1)

QUARTERFINALS (two games, total goals) #4 Lowell def. #5 Boston College, 3-3, 5-2 #6 Providence def. #3 Boston University, 3-2, 6-4 SEMIFINALS (two games, total goals) #2 Northeastern def. Lowell, 3-1, 1-2 #1 Maine def. Providence, 6-5, 11-2 CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Northeastern 4, Maine 3

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Bruce Racine (NU) D: Jack Capuano (ME) D: Brian Dowd (NU) F: Mike McHugh (ME) F: Harry Mews (NU) F: Rico Rossi (NU) F: Mario Thyer (ME)

MVP: Bruce Racine

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Overall 34-8-2 21-13-3 14-17-3 20-17-2 13-18-3 13-18-5 7-20-3

1988 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

NCAA Tournament First Round at Northeastern 5, Merrimack 3 Merrimack 7, at Northeastern 3 (Merrimack wins series, 10-8) at Wisconsin 7, Lowell 1 Lowell 4, at Wisconsin 4 (Wisconsin wins series, 11-5)

GA 90 107 117 119 119 119 128

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1988-89 Tournament Season snapshot Champion MAINE

Player of the Year

GREG BROWN So. D, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Fern Flaman, Northeastern Rookies of the Year: Rob Gaudreau, Providence, and Scott Pellerin, Maine

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team David Littman (BC) * Greg Brown (BC) * Jim Hughes (PC) Dave Buda (NU) David Capuano (ME) * Tim Sweeney (BC) *

Position G D D F F F

Second Team Scott King (ME) * Bob Beers (ME) Rob Cowie (NU) David Emma (BC) Mike Kelfer (BU) Harry Mews (NU)

All-Rookie Team Mark Richards (UL) Keith Carney (ME) Shaun Kane (PC) Rob Gaudreau (PC) Steve Heinze (BC) Scott Pellerin (ME)

G D D F F F

* Other All-American: Rick Bennett, Forward (PC)

Standings 1. Boston College 2. Maine 3. Northeastern Providence 5. Boston University 6. New Hampshire 7. Lowell

GP 26 26 26 26 26 26 26

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Tim Sweeney (BC) 2. David Capuano (ME) 3. Mike Kelfer (BU) 4. David Emma (BC) 5. David Tomlinson (BU)

48 43 41 38 37

Goals 1. David Capuano (ME) 2. Steve Heinze (BC) 3. Dave Buda (NU) 4. Rob Gaudreau (PC) Mike Kelfer (BU) Joe Sacco (BU) Tim Sweeney (BC)

24 19 18 16 16 16 16

Goals Against Average 1. David Littman (BC) 2. Peter Fish (BU) 3. Matt DelGuidice (ME) 4. Scott King (ME) 5. Matt Merten (PC)

3.04 3.38 3.46 3.60 3.98

Save Percentage 1. David Littman (BC) 2. Peter Fish (BU) 3. Matt DelGuidice (ME) 4. Scott King (ME) 5. Matt Merten (PC)

.903 .888 .884 .871 .863

W 16 17 13 13 10 9 4

L 6 9 11 11 15 17 21

T Pts 4 36 0 34 2 28 2 28 1 21 0 18 1 9

GF 122 127 126 106 114 75 82

GPG 4.69 (3) 4.88 (1) 4.84 (2) 4.07 (5) 4.38 (4) 2.88 (7) 3.14 (6)

NCAA Tournament First Round at No. Michigan 9, Providence 5 Providence 4, at No. Michigan 2 Providence 2, at No. Michigan 0 at BC 8, Bowling Green 5 at BC 4, Bowling Green 2 Quarterfinals Providence 8, at Maine 6 at Maine 3, Providence 2 at Maine 4, Providence 3 (2OT) BC 6, at Michigan St. 3 at Michigan St. 7, BC 2 at Michigan St. 5, BC 4 (OT) Semifinals Minnesota 7, Maine 4 Consolation Michigan St. 7, Maine 4

GA 89 97 120 112 116 120 156

GAPG 3.23 (1) 3.73 (2) 4.61 (t5) 4.30 (3) 4.46 (4) 4.61 (t5) 6.00 (7)

PP Pct. 28.8 (1) 26.4 (2) 23.2 (5) 23.9 (3) 23.5 (4) 16.5 (7) 20.4 (6)

PK Pct. 85.8 (1) 79.6 (3) 81.5 (2) 76.1 (5) 79.0 (4) 75.8 (6) 70.9 (7)

Overall 25-11-4 31-14-0 18-16-2 22-18-2 14-21-1 12-22-0 8-24-2

1989 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

QUARTERFINALS #4 Providence 3, #5 Boston University 2 #3 Northeastern 5, #6 New Hampshire 4 (OT)

88-89 SNAPSHOT

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SEMIFINALS – Boston College #1 Boston College 6, Providence 5 (2 OT) #2 Maine 3, Northeastern 2 (OT) CONSOLATION – Boston College Providence 3, Northeastern 2 CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston College Maine 5, Boston College 4

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Matt DelGuidice (ME) D: Bob Beers (ME) D: Greg Brown (BC) F: Tim Sweeney (BC) F: Steve Heinze (BC) F: Guy Perron (ME)

MVP: Bob Beers

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BOSTON COLLEGE

1989-90 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

BOSTON COLLEGE

GREG BROWN Jr. D, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Shawn Walsh, Maine Rookie of the Year: Scott Cashman, Boston University

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Scott King (ME) Greg Brown (BC) * Rob Cowie (NU) * Mike Boback (PC) David Emma (BC) * Steve Heinze (BC) *

Position Second Team G Scott Cashman (BU) D * Keith Carney (ME) D Jeff Serowik (PC) F Rick Bennett (PC) F Shawn McEachern (BU) F Harry Mews (NU)

All-Rookie Team Scott Cashman (BU) Peter Ahola (BU) Ted Crowley (BC) Tony Amonte (BU) Jim Montgomery (ME) Jean-Yves Roy (ME)

G D D F F F

* Other All-American: Jean-Yves Roy, Forward (ME)

Standings 1. Boston College 2. Maine 3. Boston University 4. Providence 5. New Hampshire Northeastern 7. Lowell 8. Merrimack

GP 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

Leaders (league games) Points 1. David Emma (BC) 2. Steve Heinze (BC) 3. Rob Cowie (NU) Harry Mews (NU) Marty McInnis (BC)

44 37 30 30 30

Goals 1. David Emma (BC) 2. Steve Heinze (BC) 3. Jean-Yves Roy (ME) Brian Sullivan (NU) 5. Rob Gaudreau (PC)

21 20 14 14 13

Goals Against Average 1. Scott King (ME) 2. Scott LaGrand (BC) 3. Matt Merten (PC) 4. Scott Cashman (BU) 5. Matt DelGuidice (ME)

2.35 2.47 2.83 2.92 3.05

Save Percentage 1. Scott LaGrand (BC) 2. Pat Szturm (UNH) 3. Scott King (ME) 4. Scott Cashman (BU) 5. Matt DelGuidice (ME)

.909 .907 .906 .903 .901

W 15 14 12 11 8 9 5 3

L 6 6 7 7 9 10 14 18

T Pts 0 30 1 29 2 26 3 25 4 20 2 20 2 12 0 6

GF 101 88 88 90 86 96 65 64

GPG 4.81 (1) 4.19 (t4) 4.19 (t4) 4.28 (3) 4.09 (6) 4.57 (2) 3.09 (7) 3.04 (8)

NCAA Tournament First Round at Maine 8, Bowling Green 4 at Maine 5, Bowling Green 2 North Dakota 8, at BU 5 at Boston U. 5, North Dakota 3 at Boston U. 5, North Dakota 0 Quarterfinals at BC 4, Minnesota 2 Minnesota 2, at BC 1 at BC 6, Minnesota 1 at Wisconsin 7, Maine 3 at Wisconsin 4, Maine 3 (OT) at Michigan St. 6, Boston U. 3 Boston U. 5, at Michigan St. 3 Boston U. 5, at Michigan St. 3 Semifinals Wisconsin 2, Boston College 1 Colgate 3, Boston U. 2

GA GAPG 69 3.29 (t 3) 57 2.71 (1) 63 3.00 (2) 69 3.29 (t 3) 86 4.09 (5) 100 4.76 (6) 106 5.04 (7) 128 6.09 (8)

PP Pct. 17.8 (6) 18.3 (5) 21.4 (3) 20.7 (4) 23.9 (2) 31.4 (1) 17.7 (7) 16.1 (8)

PK Pct. 84.6 (1) 83.0 (2) 81.6 (4) 80.0 (5) 76.2 (6) 82.2 (3) 73.8 (7) 64.2 (8)

Overall 28-13-1 33-11-2 25-17-2 22-10-3 17-17-5 16-19-2 13-20-2 10-24-1

1990 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston College def. #8 Merrimack, 3-1, 3-6, 8-5 #2 Maine def. #7 Lowell, 7-3, 16-0 #3 Boston University def. #6 Northeastern, 3-4, 5-2, 5-3 #5 New Hampshire def. #4 Providence, 1-5, 2-0, 7-4 SEMIFINALS Maine 3, Boston University 1 Boston College 5, New Hampshire 4 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston College Boston College 4, Maine 3

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Scott LaGrand (BC) D: Greg Brown (BC) D: Claudio Scremin (ME) F: David Emma (BC) F: Martin Robitaille (ME) F: Jean-Yves Roy (ME)

MVP: Scott LaGrand

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BOSTON COLLEGE

1990-91 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

DAVID EMMA Sr. F, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Richard Umile, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Jeff Levy, New Hampshire

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Second Team Scott LaGrand (BC) G * Jeff Levy (UNH) Keith Carney (ME) * D Rob Cowie (NU) Ted Crowley (BC) * D Shaun Kane (PC) David Emma (BC) * F Tony Amonte (BU) Shawn McEachern (BU) * F Rob Gaudreau (PC) Jean-Yves Roy (ME) * F * Jim Montgomery (ME)

All-Rookie Team Jeff Levy (UNH) Scott Lachance (BU) Chris Therien (PC) Keith Tkachuk (BU) Mike Taylor (NU) Patrice Tardif (ME)

G D D F F F

* Other All-American: Peter Ahola, Defense (BU)

Standings 1. Boston College 2. Maine 3. Boston University 4. Providence New Hampshire 6. Merrimack 7. Lowell 8. Northeastern

GP 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

Leaders (league games) Points 1. David Emma (BC) 2. Jean-Yves Roy (ME) 3. Jim Montgomery (ME) 4. Shawn McEachern (BU) 5. Brian Downey (ME)

51 43 42 39 37

Goals 1. Bill Guerin (BC) 2. David Emma (BC) 3. Brian Downey (ME) Rob Gaudreau (PC) Jean-Yves Roy (ME)

22 20 19 19 19

Goals Against Average 1. Scott LaGrand (BC) 2. Scott Cashman (BU) 3. Mike Dunham (ME) Brad Mullahy (PC) 5. John Bradley (BU)

3.02 3.23 3.27 3.27 3.31

Save Percentage 1. Jeff Levy (UNH) 2. Mike Dunham (ME) 3. John Bradley (BU) Brad Mullahy (PC) 5. Garth Snow (ME)

.906 .890 .885 .885 .879

W 16 15 13 10 10 7 5 3

L 5 5 6 9 9 14 15 16

T Pts 0 32 1 31 2 28 2 22 2 22 0 14 1 11 2 8

GF 106 110 104 94 79 71 69 86

GPG 5.05 (2) 5.23 (1) 4.95 (3) 4.47 (4) 3.76 (6) 3.38 (7) 3.28 (8) 4.09 (5)

NCAA Tournament First Round Providence 4, at Minnesota 3 at Minnesota 8, Providence 4 at Minnesota 8, Providence 3 (Minnesota wins series, 2-1) Alaska-Anchorage 3, at BC 2 Alaska-Anchorage 3, at BC 1 (UAA wins series, 2-0) Quarterfinals at Maine 4, Minnesota 0 at Maine 5, Minnesota 3 (Maine wins series, 2-0) at Boston U. 4, Michigan 1 at Boston U. 8, Michigan 1 (Boston U. wins series, 2-0) Semifinals No. Michigan 5, Maine 3 Boston U. 7, Clarkson 3 CHAMPIONSHIP No. Mich. 8, Boston U. 7 (3OT)

GA 77 73 69 84 78 103 108 127

GAPG 3.67 (3) 3.47 (2) 3.28 (1) 4.00 (5) 3.71 (4) 4.90 (6) 5.14 (7) 6.05 (8)

PP Pct. 25.6 (t2) 33.9 (1) 23.7 (3) 21.5 (4) 18.2 (8) 20.2 (7) 20.6 (6) 25.6 (t2)

PK Pct. 75.9 (5) 85.8 (1) 81.0 (2) 77.0 (3) 71.4 (7) 67.4 (8) 74.3 (6) 76.4 (4)

Overall 27-12-0 32-9-2 28-11-2 22-12-2 22-11-2 13-19-1 10-23-1 8-25-2

90-91 SNAPSHOT

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1991 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS #8 Northeastern 6, #1 Boston College 5 #2 Maine 5, #7 Lowell 3 #3 Boston University 7, #6 Merrimack 1 #4 Providence 4, #5 New Hampshire 1 SEMIFINALS – Boston Garden Boston University 7, Providence 5 Maine 4, Northeastern 3 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Boston University 4, Maine 3 (OT)

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: John Bradley (BU) D: Peter Ahola (BU) D: Keith Carney (ME) F: Sebastien Laplante (NU) F: Shawn McEachern (BU) F: Steve Tepper (ME)

MVP: Shawn McEachern

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

Player of the Year

MAINE

SCOTT PELLERIN Sr. F, Maine

Coach of the Year: Jack Parker, Boston University Rookies of the Year: Craig Darby, Providence, and Ian Moran, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Joe Flanagan, New Hampshire Team Sportsmanship Award: Merrimack

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Mark Richards (UML) Tom Dion (BU) * Rob Gaudreau (PC) * Mike Boback (PC) Scott Pellerin (ME) * David Sacco (BU) *

Position Second Team G Garth Snow (ME) D Chris Imes (ME) D Kevin O’Sullivan (BU) F Jim Montgomery (ME) F Scott Morrow (UNH) F * Jean-Yves Roy (ME)

* Other All-Americans: Domenic Amodeo, Forward (UNH) Scott LaGrand, Goaltender (BC)

Standings 1. New Hampshire 2. Boston University Maine 4. Providence 5. Boston College 6. UMass Lowell 7. Northeastern 8. Merrimack

GP 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21

Leaders (league games)

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Points 1. Mike Boback (PC) 2. Domenic Amodeo (UNH) Jean-Yves Roy (ME) 4. David Franzosa (BC) Jim Montgomery (ME)

39 36 36 34 34

Goals 1. Scott Pellerin (ME) 2. Jean-Yves Roy (ME) 3. Joe Flanagan (UNH) Scott Morrow (UNH) 5. Mike Boback (PC)

23 20 17 16 14

Goals Against Average 1. Derek Herlofsky (BU) 2. Garth Snow (ME) 3. Mike Dunham (ME) 4. Scott LaGrand (BC) 5. Brad Mullahy (PC)

2.45 2.53 2.58 3.54 3.67

Save Percentage 1. Jeff Levy (UNH) 2. Garth Snow (ME) 3. Scott LaGrand (BC) 4. Mark Richards (UML) 5. Brad Mullahy (PC)

.893 .892 .888 .886 .882

W 15 11 12 11 10 6 7 4

L 4 6 7 8 9 11 14 17

T Pts 2 32 4 26 2 26 2 24 2 22 4 16 0 14 0 8

GF 94 92 115 99 68 75 70 60

GPG 4.48 (3) 4.38 (4) 5.48 (1) 4.71 (2) 3.24 (7) 3.57 (5) 3.33 (6) 2.86 (8)

NCAA Tournament First Round Michigan St. 4, Boston U. 2 Wisconsin 4, New Hampshire 2 Quarterfinals Michigan St. 3, Maine 2

All-Rookie Team Todd Reynolds (NU) Rich Brennan (BU) Ian Moran (BC) Craig Darby (PC) John Lilley (BU) Mike Prendergast (BU)

GA 75 88 54 79 76 91 103 102

GAPG 3.57 (2) 4.19 (5) 2.55 (1) 3.76 (4) 3.62 (3) 4.33 (6) 4.90 (8) 4.86 (7)

G D D F F F

PP Pct. 22.5 (3) 17.9 (5) 27.1 (2) 33.3 (1) 21.2 (4) 17.0 (t6) 14.0 (8) 17.0 (t6)

Following the 1991-92 season, Maine was required to retroactively forfeit 13 games due to the use of a player later deemed ineligible. For continuity purposes, all other statistics (including tournament seedings) reflect team and player performance prior to the forfeiture of those games.

PK Pct. 71.8 (7) 71.6 (8) 90.0 (1) 84.7 (2) 78.3 (t3) 78.3 (t3) 74.0 (6) 77.9 (5)

Overall 24-11-2 23-8-4 17-16-2 21-13-2 15-17-3 11-19-4 16-19-0 13-21-0

1992 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS #1 Maine 7, #8 Merrimack 0 #2 New Hampshire 4, #7 Northeastern 2 #3 Providence 7, #6 UMass Lowell 0 #5 Boston College 5, #4 Boston University 2 SEMIFINALS – Boston Garden Maine 7, Boston College 3 New Hampshire 5, Providence 3 CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Maine 4, New Hampshire 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Jeff Levy (UNH) D: Rob Gaudreau (PC) D: Chris Imes (ME) F: Domenic Amodeo (UNH) F: Jim Montgomery (ME) F: Scott Pellerin (ME)

MVP: Scott Pellerin

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Regular Season Champion

MAINE

1992-93 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

MAINE

PAUL KARIYA Fr. F, Maine

Coach of the Year: Shawn Walsh, Maine Rookie of the Year: Paul Kariya, Maine Sportsmanship Award: Shane Henry, UMass Lowell Team Sportsmanship Award: Boston College

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Mike Dunham (ME) * G Chris Imes (ME) * D Kevin O’Sullivan (BU) D Paul Kariya (ME) * F Jim Montgomery (ME) * F David Sacco (BU) * F

Second Team Garth Snow (ME) * Kaj Linna (BU) Chris Therien (PC) Rob Donovan (UNH) Shane Henry (UML) Mike Murray (UML)

All-Rookie Team Mike Veisor (NU) Dave MacIsaac (ME) Dan McGillis (NU) Chris Ferraro (ME) Mark Goble (MC) Paul Kariya (ME)

G D D F F F

* Other All-American: Cal Ingraham, Forward (ME)

Standings 1. Maine 2. Boston University 3. New Hampshire 4. UMass Lowell Providence 6. Merrimack 7. Boston College 8. Northeastern

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

W 22 18 11 10 9 8 6 6

L 1 5 11 13 12 16 15 17

T Pts 1 45 1 37 2 24 1 21 3 21 0 16 3 15 1 13

GF 162 126 102 100 91 85 80 89

GPG GA GAPG 6.75 (1) 56 2.33 (1) 5.25 (2) 84 3.50 (2) 4.25 (3) 99 4.13 (3) 4.17 (4) 100 4.17 (4) 3.79 (5) 109 4.54 (5) 3.54 (7) 141 5.88 (8) 3.33 (8) 120 5.00 (6) 3.71 (6) 127 5.29 (7)

Leaders (league games)

PP Pct. 22.2 (1) 21.8 (2) 17.0 (5) 15.0 (8) 15.4 (7) 19.8 (3) 16.5 (6) 17.9 (4)

PK Pct. 87.4 (1) 81.5 (2) 78.8 (4) 79.9 (3) 77.6 (5) 72.9 (7) 75.2 (6) 70.1 (8)

Overall 42-1-2 29-9-2 18-17-3 20-17-2 16-16-4 14-20-2 9-24-5 10-24-1

92-93 SNAPSHOT

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1993 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

Points 1. Paul Kariya (ME) 2. Jim Montgomery (ME) 3. Cal Ingraham (ME) 4. Shane Henry (UML) Mike Murray (UML)

63 49 45 38 38

NCAA Tournament

Goals 1. Cal Ingraham (ME) 2. Chris Ferraro (ME) 3. Jim Montgomery (ME) Brian Ridolfi (PC) David Sacco (BU)

26 21 17 17 17

Semifinals Lake Superior 6, Boston U. 1 Maine 4, Michigan 3 (OT)

Goals Against Average 1. Garth Snow (ME) 2. Mike Dunham (ME) 3. Scott Cashman (BU) 4. Derek Herlofsky (BU) 5. Brett Abel (UNH)

2.01 2.64 3.00 3.22 3.64

Save Percentage 1. Garth Snow (ME) 2. Scott Cashman (BU) 3. Mike Dunham (ME) 4. Brett Abel (UNH) 5. Derek Herlofsky (BU) Dwayne Roloson (UML)

.924 .903 .893 .889 .881 .881

Quarterfinals Maine 6, Minnesota 2 Boston U. 4, No. Michigan 1

QUARTERFINALS (two games, total goals) #1 Maine def. #8 Northeastern, 6-1, 9-5 #2 Boston University def. #7 Boston College, 6-2, 5-1 #3 New Hampshire def. #6 Merrimack, 5-3, 9-2 #4 UMass Lowell def. #5 Providence, 7-4, 3-3 (OT) SEMIFINALS – Boston Garden Maine 7, UMass Lowell 5 Boston University 2, New Hampshire 0

CHAMPIONSHIP Maine 5, Lake Superior 4

CONSOLATION – Boston Garden UMass Lowell 5, New Hampshire 4 (OT)

Jim Montgomery, Maine Most Outstanding Player

CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Maine 5, Boston University 2

See page 100 for more on the 1993 NCAA championship

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Garth Snow (ME) D: Rich Brennan (BU) D: Chris Imes (ME) F: Jim Montgomery (ME) F: Mike Murray (UML) F: David Sacco (BU)

MVP: Jim Montgomery

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Player of the Year

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

DWAYNE ROLOSON Sr. G, UMass Lowell

Coach of the Year: Bruce Crowder, UMass Lowell Rookie of the Year: Greg Bullock, UMass Lowell Sportsmanship Award: Michael Spalla, Boston College Team Sportsmanship Award: Northeastern

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Second Team Dwayne Roloson (UML) * G Derek Herlofsky (BU) Rich Brennan (BU) * D Scott Malone (UNH) Francois Bouchard (NU) D Michael Spalla (BC) Shane Henry (UML) * F J.F. Aube (NU) Jacques Joubert (BU) * F Greg Bullock (UML) Mike Taylor (NU) F Mike Latendresse (ME)

All-Rookie Team Greg Taylor (BC) John Jakopin (MC) Tim Murray (UNH) Shawn Bates (BU) Eric Boguniecki (UNH) Greg Bullock (UML)

G D D F F F

* Other All-Americans: J.P. McKersie, Goaltender (BU) Mike Pomichter, Forward (BU) Chad Quenneville, Forward (PC)

Standings 1. Boston University 2. UMass Lowell 3. New Hampshire 4. Northeastern 5. Providence 6. Boston College 7. Merrimack 8. Maine

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Mike Pomichter (BU) 2. Greg Bullock (UML) Jacques Joubert (BU) 4. J.F. Aube (NU) Ian Hebert (UML) Jay Pandolfo (BU) Chad Quenneville (PC) Goals 1. J.F. Aube (NU) 2. Mike Pomichter (BU) Chad Quenneville (PC) 4. Jacques Joubert (BU) 5. Greg Bullock (UML) Jay Pandolfo (BU)

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33 31 31 27 27 27 27 18 16 16 14 11 11

Goals Against Average 1. Derek Herlofsky (BU) 2. J.P. McKersie (BU) 3. Dwayne Roloson (UML) 4. Blair Allison (ME) 5. Trent Cavicchi (UNH)

2.27 2.58 2.99 3.17 3.24

Save Percentage 1. Derek Herlofsky (BU) 2. J.P. McKersie (BU) 3. Dwayne Roloson (UML) 4. Trent Cavicchi (UNH) Greg Taylor (BC)

.915 .906 .904 .891 .891

W L T Pts GF GPG GA 21 3 0 42 120 5.00 (1) 63 14 6 4 32 91 3.79 (4) 91 13 9 2 28 90 3.75 (5) 91 10 8 6 26 94 3.91 (2) 95 9 13 2 20 74 3.08 (8) 111 7 12 5 19 85 3.54 (6) 96 8 14 2 18 77 3.21 (7) 110 3 20 1 7 92 3.83 (3) 130

NCAA Tournament First Round New Hampshire 2, RPI 0 UMass Lowell 4, Michigan St. 3 LSSU 6, Northeastern 5 (OT) Quarterfinals Boston U. 4, Wisconsin 1 Harvard 7, New Hampshire 1 Minnesota 2, UML 1(2OT) Semifinals Boston U. 4, Minnesota 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Lake Superior 9, Boston U. 1

GAPG 2.63 (1) 3.79 (t2) 3.79 (t2) 3.95 (4) 4.63 (7) 4.00 (5) 4.58 (6) 5.41 (8)

PP Pct. 21.8 (2) 22.2 (1) 17.0 (5) 17.9 (4) 15.0 (8) 15.4 (7) 19.8 (3) 16.5 (6)

Near the close of the 199394 season, Maine was required to forfeit 14 games due to the use of a player deemed ineligible. For continuity purposes, all other statistics reflect team and player performance prior to the forfeiture of those games.

PK Pct. 81.6 (6) 89.1 (1) 82.2 (5) 82.4 (4) 76.4 (7) 83.5 (3) 74.4 (8) 83.9 (2)

Overall 34-7-0 25-10-5 25-12-3 19-13-7 14-19-3 15-16-5 16-19-2 6-29-1

1994 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston University def. #8 Maine, 8-5, 4-3 #2 UMass Lowell def. #7 Merrimack, 7-1, 3-0 #3 New Hampshire def. #6 Boston College, 4-1, 6-5 (OT) #4 Northeastern def. #5 Providence, 4-3, 2-1 (OT) SEMIFINALS – Boston Garden Boston University 5, Northeastern 2 UMass Lowell 4, New Hampshire 2 CONSOLATION – Boston Garden New Hampshire 4, Northeastern 4 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Boston University 3, UMass Lowell 2 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Dwayne Roloson (UML) D: Rich Brennan (BU) D: Kaj Linna (BU) F: Eric Boguniecki (UNH) F: Greg Bullock (UML) F: Jacques Joubert (BU)

MVP: Dwayne Roloson

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY MAINE

1994-95 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

CHRIS IMES Sr. D, Maine

Coach of the Year: Shawn Walsh, Maine Rookie of the Year: Mark Mowers, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Steven Thornton, Boston University Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Blair Allison (ME) * Chris Imes (ME) * Kaj Linna (BU) * Greg Bullock (UML) * Eric Flinton (UNH) Mike Grier (BU) * Standings 1. Boston University Maine 3. New Hampshire 4. Northeastern 5. UMass Lowell 6. Providence 7. Merrimack 8. Boston College 9. Massachusetts

Position G Martin Legault (MC) D Dan McGillis (NU) D *Jeff Tory (ME) F * Chris O’Sullivan (BU) F * Chad Quenneville (PC) F Jordon Shields (NU)

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Greg Bullock (UML) 2. Mike Grier (BU) 3. Chad Quenneville (PC) 4. Jeff Tory (ME) 5. Ryan Haggerty (BC) Chris O’Sullivan (BU)

47 38 36 35 34 34

Goals 1. Mike Grier (BU) 2. Greg Bullock (UML) Jeff Daw (UML) Chad Quenneville (PC) 5. Ryan Haggerty (BC)

21 18 18 18 17

Goals Against Average 1. Blair Allison (ME) 2. Derek Herlofsky (BU) 3. Martin Legault (MC) Tom Noble (BU) 5. Mike Veisor (NU)

2.72 3.20 3.32 3.32 3.33

Save Percentage 1. Martin Legault (MC) 2. Bob Bell (PC) 3. Mike Veisor (NU) 4. Mike Heinke (UNH) 5. Blair Allison (ME) Todd Reynolds (NU)

.902 .897 .895 .894 .883 .883

W 16 15 14 11 11 7 7 8 3

L 5 3 6 8 12 11 12 14 21

T 3 6 4 5 1 6 5 2 0

SW 2 1 0 5 1 3 3 1 0

Pts 88 88 78 70 58 50 48 45 15

GF 131 104 113 98 105 102 74 86 64

NCAA Tournament First Round Denver 9, New Hampshire 2 Quarterfinals Boston U. 6, Lake Superior 2 Maine 4, Denver 2 Semifinals Boston U. 7, Minnesota 3 Maine 4, Michigan 3 (3OT) CHAMPIONSHIP Boston U. 6, Maine 2 Chris O’Sullivan, Boston U. Most Outstanding Player See page 88 for more on the 1995 NCAA championship

All-Rookie Team Brian Regan (UMA) Chris Kelleher (BU) Jeff Tory (ME) Casey Kesselring (MC) Mark Mowers (UNH) Shawn Wansborough (ME) GPG 5.46 (1) 4.33 (4) 4.71 (2) 4.08 (6) 4.38 (3) 4.25 (5) 3.08 (8) 3.58 (7) 2.67 (9)

GA GAPG 82 3.42 (2) 63 2.63 (1) 85 3.54 (3) 89 3.70 (4) 116 4.83 (7) 103 4.29 (6) 91 3.79 (5) 119 4.96 (8) 129 5.38 (9)

G D D F F F

PP Pct. 23.9 (3) 28.9 (1) 22.8 (4) 20.0 (7) 22.7 (5) 24.1 (2) 21.1 (6) 15.6 (8) 7.9 (9)

In the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons, teams were awarded five points for a win. In the event of a tie, each team was given two points with an additional point to the winner of a shootout.

PK Pct. 81.8 (4) 84.8 (2) 90.7 (1) 84.5 (3) 81.1 (5) 77.6 (6) 76.9 (7) 74.8 (8) 70.1 (9)

Overall 31-6-3 32-6-6 22-10-4 16-14-5 17-19-4 14-17-6 14-18-5 11-22-2 6-28-2

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1995 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT PLAY-IN #9 Massachusetts 5, #8 Boston College 4 QUARTERFINALS #1 Maine 7, Massachusetts 4 #2 Boston University 4, #7 Merrimack 3 #6 Providence 3, #3 New Hampshire 2 (OT) #5 UMass Lowell 5, #4 Northeastern 2 SEMIFINALS – Boston Garden Boston University 4, UMass Lowell 2 Providence 7, Maine 3 CONSOLATION – Boston Garden Maine 6, UMass Lowell 0 CHAMPIONSHIP – Boston Garden Boston University 3, Providence 2 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Bob Bell (PC) D: Jon Coleman (BU) D: Chris Imes (ME) F: Shawn Bates (BU) F: Brady Kramer (PC) F: Chad Quenneville (PC)

MVP: Bob Bell

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Player of the Year

PROVIDENCE

JAY PANDOLFO Sr. F, Boston University

Coach of the Year: Bruce Crowder, UMass Lowell Rookie of the Year: Marty Reasoner, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Todd Hall, New Hampshire Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Blair Allison (ME) Jon Coleman (BU) * Todd Hall (UNH) Chris Drury (BU) * David Hymovitz (BC) Tim Lovell (ME) Standings 1. Boston University 2. UMass Lowell 3. Maine 4. Providence 5. Boston College 6. New Hampshire 7. Northeastern 8. Massachusetts 9. Merrimack

Position G Dan Dennis (PC) D * Dan McGillis (NU) D * Jeff Tory (ME) F Mark Mowers (UNH) F * Jay Pandolfo (BU) F Christian Sbrocca (UML)

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

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Points 1. Chris Drury (BU) 2. Eric Boguniecki (UNH) Jay Pandolfo (BU) 4. Brendan Concannon (UML) 5. Mark Mowers (UNH) Christian Sbrocca (UML)

42 40 40 34 33 33

Goals 1. Chris Drury (BU) Jay Pandolfo (BU) 3. Eric Boguniecki (UNH) 4. Shawn Wansborough (ME) 5. Shawn Bates (BU) Sal Manganaro (UMA) Eric Nickulas (UNH)

22 22 20 18 17 17 17

Goals Against Average 1. Tom Noble (BU) 2. Blair Allison (UME) 3. Todd Reynolds (NU) 4. Dan Dennis (PC) 5. Martin Legault (MC)

2.89 3.09 3.13 3.30 3.58

Save Percentage 1. Todd Reynolds (NU) 2. Dan Dennis (PC) 3. Tom Noble (BU) 4. Martin Legault (MC) 5. Mike Veisor (NU)

.903 .901 .895 .888 .884

W 17 16 14 12 12 8 6 4 4

L 5 6 6 9 10 12 13 14 18

T 2 2 4 3 2 4 5 6 2

SW 1 1 2 0 1 1 5 4 0

Pts 90 85 80 66 65 49 45 36 24

GF 132 114 102 83 89 99 79 81 83

NCAA Tournament First Round Minnesota 5, Providence 1 UMass Lowell 6, Michigan St. 2 Quarterfinals Boston U. 3, Clarkson 2 Colo. College 5, UMass Lowell 3 Semifinals Michigan 4, Boston U. 0

All-Rookie Team Michel Larocque (BU) Brett Clark (ME) Darrel Scoville (MC) Derek Bekar (UNH) Steve Kariya (ME) Marty Reasoner (BC) GPG 5.50 (1) 4.75 (2) 4.25 (3) 3.46 (t6) 3.71 (5) 4.13 (4) 3.29 (9) 3.38 (8) 3.46 (t6)

GA 79 96 75 83 102 103 93 120 111

GAPG 3.29 (2) 4.00 (5) 3.13 (1) 3.46 (3) 4.25 (6) 4.29 (7) 3.93 (4) 5.00 (9) 4.63 (8)

G D D F F F PP Pct. 27.4 (1) 24.3 (3) 23.8 (4) 19.5 (5) 15.8 (8) 26.2 (2) 19.0 (6) 15.2 (9) 17.2 (7)

In the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons, teams were awarded five points for a win. In the event of a tie, each team was given two points with an additional point to the winner of a shootout.

PK Pct. 83.0 (2) 79.6 (4) 87.8 (1) 80.3 (3) 77.7 (7) 78.9 (6) 79.1 (5) 70.6 (9) 76.9 (8)

Overall 30-7-3 26-10-4 26-9-4 21-15-3 16-17-3 12-18-4 10-21-5 10-19-6 10-19-5

1996 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston University def. #8 Massachusetts, 5-2, 14-1 #2 UMass Lowell def. #7 Northeastern, 7-3, 4-3 #3 Maine def. #6 New Hampshire, 4-2, 8-4 #4 Providence def. #5 Boston College, 5-2, 4-2 SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Maine 5, UMass Lowell 2 Providence 5, Boston University 4 CONSOLATION – FleetCenter Boston University 7, UMass Lowell 3 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Providence 3, Maine 2 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Dan Dennis (PC) D: Justin Gould (PC) D: Jeff Tory (ME) F: Joe Hulbig (PC) F: Mike Omicioli (PC) F: Jay Pandolfo (BU)

MVP: Joe Hulbig

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Regular Season Champions

BOSTON UNIVERSITY NEW HAMPSHIRE

1996-97 Tournament Season snapshot Champion BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Player of the Year

CHRIS DRURY Jr. F, Boston University

Coach of the Year: Richard Umile, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Greg Koehler, UMass Lowell Best Defensive Forward: Travis Dillabough, Providence Sportsmanship Award: Steve Kariya, Maine Team Sportsmanship Award: Maine

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Martin Legault (MC) Jon Coleman (BU) * Jason Mansoff (ME) Eric Boguniecki (UNH) Neil Donovan (UML) Chris Drury (BU) *

Position G Tom Noble (BU) D * Tim Murray (UNH) D Mike Nicholishen (UML) F * Jason Krog (UNH) F Mark Mowers (UNH) F Marty Reasoner (BC)

* Other All-American: Chris Kelleher, Defense (BU)

Standings 1. Boston University New Hampshire 3. Maine 4. Providence 5. Merrimack 6. Boston College 7. UMass Lowell 8. Massachusetts 9. Northeastern

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Chris Drury (BU) 2. Jason Krog (UNH) 3. Steve Kariya (ME) Mark Mowers (UNH) 5. Eric Nickulas (UNH)

41 40 36 36 36

Goals 1. Chris Drury (BU) 2. Eric Nickulas (UNH) 3. Tom Nolan (UNH) 4. Marty Reasoner (BC) 5. Mark Mowers (UNH) Mike Sylvia (BU)

27 22 17 16 15 15

Goals Against Average 1. Michel Larocque (BU) 2. Alfie Michaud (ME) 3. Tom Noble (BU) 4. Sean Matile (UNH) 5. Brian Larochelle (UNH)

2.57 2.86 3.19 3.20 3.37

Save Percentage 1. Sean Matile (UNH) 2. Michel Larocque (BU) 3. Eric Thibeault (MC) 4. Dan Dennis (PC) 5. Brian Larochelle (UNH)

.913 .903 .895 .890 .883

W 16 18 16 12 11 9 9 7 3

L 4 6 7 11 11 12 14 17 19

T Pts 4 36 0 36 1 33 1 25 2 24 3 21 1 19 0 14 2 8

GF 116 130 120 101 88 96 83 69 66

GPG 4.83 (3) 5.42 (1) 5.00 (2) 4.21 (4) 3.67 (6) 4.00 (5) 3.46 (7) 2.88 (8) 2.75 (9)

NCAA Tournament First Round Colorado College 3, UNH 2 Quarterfinals Boston U. 4, Denver 3 (OT) Semifinals Boston U. 3, Michigan 2 CHAMPIONSHIP North Dakota 6, Boston U. 4

All-Rookie Team Sean Matile (UNH) Mike Mottau (BC) Tom Poti (BU) Greg Koehler (UML) Cory Larose (ME) Mike Souza (UNH) GA 71 76 76 88 98 112 113 117 118

GAPG 2.96 (1) 3.17 (t2) 3.17 (t2) 3.67 (4) 4.08 (5) 4.67 (6) 4.71 (7) 4.88 (8) 4.92 (9)

G D D F F F

PP Pct. 26.0 (4) 27.1 (2) 32.1 (1) 17.9 (7) 16.7 (8) 26.7 (3) 21.2 (5) 13.5 (9) 19.5 (6)

Maine was not eligible to compete in the 1997 Hockey East tournament.

PK Pct. 83.6 (1) 78.9 (4) 82.9 (2) 80.3 (3) 75.2 (7) 71.2 (8) 77.9 (5) 65.5 (9) 75.6 (6)

Overall 26-9-6 28-11-0 24-10-1 15-20-1 15-19-2 15-19-4 15-21-2 12-23-0 8-25-3

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1997 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston University def. #8 Northeastern, 6-2, 7-1 #2 New Hampshire def. #7 Massachusetts, 5-1, 8-2 #6 UMass Lowell def. #3 Providence 6-2, 6-5 #5 Boston College def. #4 Merrimack, 7-6, 5-3 SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Boston University 3, UMass Lowell 2 New Hampshire 4, Boston College 0 CONSOLATION – FleetCenter Boston College 2, UMass Lowell 2 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Boston University 4, New Hampshire 2 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Michel Larocque (BU) D: Shane Johnson (BU) D: Chris Kelleher (BU) F: Shawn Bates (BU) F: Chris Bell (UML) F: Mark Mowers (UNH)

MVP: Michel Larocque

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY

BOSTON COLLEGE

Player of the Year

CHRIS DRURY Sr. F, Boston University

Coach of the Year: Bruce Crowder, Northeastern Rookie of the Year: Brian Gionta, Boston College Best Defensive Forward: Chris Drury, Boston University Sportsmanship Award: Steve Kariya, Maine Team Sportsmanship Award: Maine

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Second Team Marc Robitaille (NU) * G Michel Larocque (BU) Mike Mottau (BC) * D * Chris Kelleher (BU) Tom Poti (BU) * D Mike Nicholishen (UML) Chris Drury (BU) * F Derek Bekar (UNH) Jason Krog (UNH) F * Brian Gionta (BC) Marty Reasoner (BC) * F * Mark Mowers (UNH) Standings 1. Boston University 2. Boston College 3. New Hampshire 4. Northeastern 5. UMass Lowell 6. Maine 7. Providence 8. Merrimack Massachusetts

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games)

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Points 1. Tom Nolan (UNH) Marty Reasoner (BC) 3. Brian Gionta (BC) Jason Krog (UNH) 5. Mark Mowers (UNH)

42 42 38 38 37

Goals 1. Brian Gionta (BC) 2. Derek Bekar (UNH) 3. Jason Krog (UNH) Kris Porter (MC) 5. Marty Reasoner (BC)

22 21 20 20 17

Goals Against Average 1. Michel Larocque (BU) 2. Sean Matile (UNH) 3. Tom Noble (BU) 4. Mark Kane (PC) 5. Scott Clemmensen (BC) Marc Robitaille (NU)

1.74 2.55 2.64 2.94 3.06 3.06

Save Percentage 1. Michel Larocque (BU) 2. Sean Matile (UNH) Marc Robitaille (NU) 4. Mark Kane (PC) 5. Tom Noble (BU)

.929 .909 .909 .900 .890

W 18 15 15 13 11 10 9 4 3

L 4 5 8 8 10 11 13 20 19

T Pts 2 38 4 34 1 31 3 29 3 25 3 23 2 20 0 8 2 8

GF 95 107 104 77 88 98 65 78 62

GPG GA GAPG 3.96 (4) 52 2.17 (1) 4.46 (1) 78 3.25 (t3) 4.33 (2) 62 2.67 (2) 3.21 (7) 78 3.25 (t3) 3.67 (5) 89 3.71 (t6) 4.08 (3) 89 3.71 (t6) 2.71 (8) 82 3.42 (5) 3.25 (6) 128 5.33 (9) 2.58 (9) 116 4.83 (8)

NCAA Tournament First Round New Hampshire 7, Wisconsin 4 Quarterfinals BC 6, Colorado College 1 UNH 4, Boston U. 3 (OT) Semifinals Michigan 4, New Hampshire 0 Boston College 5, Ohio St. 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Michigan 3, BC 2 (OT)

All-Rookie Team Boyd Ballard (PC) Scott Clemmensen (BC) Bobby Allen (BC) Rob Scuderi (BC) Carl Corazzini (BU) Brian Cummings (NU) Brian Gionta (BC) Matthias Trattnig (ME)

G G D D F F F F

PP Pct. 17.9 (6) 26.9 (1) 23.5 (3) 15.5 (9) 22.5 (4) 25.0 (2) 16.0 (8) 20.0 (5) 17.4 (7)

PK Pct. 89.8 (1) 79.3 (5) 87.3 (2) 82.5 (3) 80.0 (4) 78.6 (6) 76.3 (7) 70.6 (9) 71.7 (8)

Overall 28-8-2 28-9-5 25-12-1 21-15-3 16-16-3 17-15-4 15-18-3 11-26-1 6-24-3

1998 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #8 Merrimack def. #1 Boston University, 4-1, 5-6, 5-4 #2 Boston College def. #7 Providence, 4-3, 6-3 #6 Maine def. #3 New Hampshire, 3-2 (2OT), 5-3 #5 UMass Lowell def. #4 Northeastern, 8-2, 2-3, 5-1 SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Boston College 7, Merrimack 2 Maine 6, UMass Lowell 2 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Boston College 3, Maine 2

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Alfie Michaud (ME) D: Mike Mottau (BC) D: Darrel Scoville (MC) F: Jeff Farkas (BC) F: Steve Kariya (ME) F: Marty Reasoner (BC)

MVP: Marty Reasoner

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Regular Season Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

1998-99 Tournament Season snapshot Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Player of the Year

JASON KROG Sr. F, New Hampshire

Coach of the Year: Richard Umile, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Darren Haydar, New Hampshire Best Defensive Forward: Doug Nolan, UMass Lowell Best Defensive Defenseman: Steve O’Brien, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Steve Kariya, Maine Team Sportsmanship Award: Merrimack and New Hampshire

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Second Team Michel Larocque (BU) * G Ty Conklin (UNH) David Cullen (ME) * D Anthony Cappelletti (UML) Jayme Filipowicz (UNH) * D * Mike Mottau (BC) Brian Gionta (BC) * F Darren Haydar (UNH) Steve Kariya (ME) * F Mike Omicioli (PC) Jason Krog (UNH) * F * Rejean Stringer (MC) Standings 1. New Hampshire 2. Maine 3. Boston College 4. Providence 5. Boston University 6. UMass Lowell Massachusetts 8. Merrimack 9. Northeastern

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Jason Krog (UNH) 2. Brian Gionta (BC) 3. Mike Souza (UNH) 4. Darren Haydar (UNH) 5. Steve Kariya (ME)

53 41 39 38 37

Goals 1. Darren Haydar (UNH) Jason Krog (UNH) 3. Jeff Farkas (BC) Brian Gionta (BC) 5. Blake Bellefeuille (BC) Kris Porter (MC)

20 20 16 16 15 15

Goals Against Average 1. Ty Conklin (UNH) 2. Sean Matile (UNH) 3. Alfie Michaud (ME) 4. Scott Clemmensen (BC) 5. Scott Fankhouser (UML)

1.64 2.22 2.60 3.01 3.17

Save Percentage 1. Ty Conklin (UNH) 2. Sean Matile (UNH) 3. Markus Helanen (UMA) 4. Michel Larocque (BU) 5. Alfie Michaud (ME)

.926 .903 .898 .895 .889

W 18 17 15 12 8 9 8 7 6

L 3 5 7 11 13 15 14 16 16

T Pts 3 39 2 36 2 32 1 25 3 19 0 18 2 18 1 15 2 14

GF 100 96 99 90 72 65 56 67 74

GPG 4.12 (2) 3.97 (3) 4.15 (1) 3.72 (4) 2.97 (6) 2.69 (8) 2.31 (9) 2.79 (7) 3.06 (5)

NCAA Tournament First Round Maine 4, Ohio St. 2 BC 2, No. Michigan 1 Quarterfinals Maine 7, Clarkson 2 UNH 2, Michigan 1 (OT) BC 3, North Dakota 1 Semifinals UNH 5, Michigan St. 3 Maine 2, Boston College 1 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP Maine 3, UNH 2 (OT)

All-Rookie Team Ty Conklin (UNH) Jim Fahey (NU) Peter Metcalf (ME) Greg Classen (MC) Darren Haydar (UNH) Barrett Heisten (ME) Willie Levesque (NU) GA 49 64 73 81 86 85 86 94 101

GAPG 2.02 (1) 2.65 (2) 3.06 (3) 3.35 (4) 3.52 (5) 3.55 (t6) 3.55 (t6) 3.91 (8) 4.14 (9)

G D D F F F F

PP Pct. 21.4 (3) 18.2 (5) 20.5 (4) 26.0 (1) 17.0 (7) 14.4 (8) 10.3 (9) 17.5 (6) 21.8 (2)

PK Pct. 88.6 (1) 81.8 (t4) 81.8 (t4) 86.1 (2) 76.5 (9) 82.0 (3) 77.0 (8) 79.1 (7) 79.8 (6)

Overall 31-7-3 31-6-4 27-12-4 20-17-1 14-20-3 17-19-0 12-21-2 11-24-1 11-20-3

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1999 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 New Hampshire def. #8 Merrimack, 3-2, 5-4 #2 Maine def. #7 Massachusetts, 3-1, 5-2 #3 Boston College def. #6 UMass Lowell, 5-0, 5-4 #4 Providence def. #5 Boston University, 8-2, 2-8, 5-1 SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter New Hampshire 6, Providence 2 Boston College 3, Maine 2 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Boston College 5, New Hampshire 4 (OT)

Alfie Michaud, Maine Most Outstanding Player See page 89 for more on the 1999 NCAA championship

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Scott Clemmensen (BC) D: Bobby Allen (BC) D: Jayme Filipowicz (UNH) F: Blake Bellefeuille (BC) F: Jeff Farkas (BC) F: Jason Krog (UNH)

MVP: Blake Bellefeuille

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

MAINE

Players of the Year

TY CONKLIN, So. G, UNH MIKE MOTTAU, Sr. D, BC

Coach of the Year: Jack Parker, Boston University Rookie of the Year: Rick DiPietro, Boston University Best Defensive Forward: John Sadowski, New Hampshire Best Defensive Defenseman: Mike Mottau, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Cory Larose, Maine Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Ty Conklin (UNH) * Chris Dyment (BU) * Mike Mottau (BC) * Jeff Farkas (BC) * Brian Gionta (BC) * Cory Larose (ME) *

Standings 1. Boston University 2. New Hampshire 3. Boston College 4. Maine 5. Providence Northeastern 7. Merrimack 8. Massachusetts 9. UMass Lowell

Position G D D F F F

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Cory Larose (ME) 2. Brian Gionta (BC) 3. Jeff Farkas (BC) Mike Souza (UNH) 5. Blake Bellefeuille (BC) Tommi Degerman (BU) Chris Heron (BU)

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33 30 29 29 28 28 28

Goals 1. Brian Gionta (BC) 2. Jeff Farkas (BC) 3. Darren Haydar (UNH) 4. Tommi Degerman (BU)

20 17 14 13

Goals Against Average 1. Scott Clemmensen (BC) 2. Tim Kelleher (BC) 3. Ty Conklin (UNH) 4. Matt Yeats (ME) 5. Cris Classen (MC)

1.98 2.13 2.60 2.72 2.80

Save Percentage 1. Scott Clemmensen (BC) Tim Kelleher (BC) 3. Cris Classen (MC) 4. Matt Yeats (ME) 5. Ty Conklin (UNH)

.918 .918 .916 .906 .902

W 15 13 15 13 10 8 6 5 5

Second Team Rick DiPietro (BU) Bobby Allen (BC) Pat Aufiero (BU) Blake Bellefeuille (BC) Darren Haydar (UNH) Mike Souza (UNH)

L 3 5 8 7 13 11 12 15 16

T Pts 6 36 6 32 1 31 4 30 1 21 5 21 6 18 4 14 3 13

GF 85 75 91 88 65 67 58 50 60

GPG 3.54 (3) 3.12 (4) 3.79 (1) 3.67 (2) 2.71 (6) 2.79 (5) 2.42 (8) 2.08 (9) 2.50 (7)

NCAA Tournament First Round Niagara 4, UNH 1 BC 6, Michigan St. 5 (OT) Boston U. 5, St. Cloud St. 3 Quarterfinals Maine 5, Michigan 2 Boston College 4, Wisconsin 1 St. Lawrence 3, BU 2 (4OT) Semifinals North Dakota 2, Maine 0 BC 4, St. Lawrence 2 CHAMPIONSHIP North Dakota 4, BC 2

All-Rookie Team Rick DiPietro (BU) Ron Hainsey (UML) Freddy Meyer (BU) Anthony Aquino (MC) Brian Collins (BU) Peter Fregoe (PC) Krys Kolanos (BC) GA 69 68 50 67 79 76 81 71 78

GAPG 2.88 (4) 2.63 (2) 2.08 (1) 2.79 (3) 3.29 (8) 3.17 (6) 3.38 (9) 2.96 (5) 3.25 (7)

G D D F F F F

PP Pct. 20.6 (1) 11.7 (t7) 18.0 (3) 19.9 (2) 12.8 (6) 15.9 (4) 13.4 (5) 8.3 (9) 11.7 (t7)

PK Pct. 84.8 (4) 82.1 (7) 91.9 (1) 83.6 (6) 88.1 (2) 86.8 (3) 81.8 (8) 83.7 (5) 81.6 (9)

Overall 25-10-7 23-9-6 29-12-1 27-8-5 18-18-2 12-19-5 11-19-6 11-20-5 9-22-3

2000 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston University def. #8 Massachusetts, 4-2, 5-2 #2 New Hampshire def. #7 Merrimack, 5-2, 3-2 (OT) #3 Boston College def. #6 Northeastern, 8-4, 3-2 #4 Maine def. #5 Providence, 5-3, 5-4 (OT) SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Boston College 2, New Hampshire 1 Maine 4, Boston University 2 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Maine 2, Boston College 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Matt Yeats (ME) D: Robert Ek (ME) D: Mike Mottau (BC) F: Blake Bellefeuille (BC) F: Niko Dimitrakos (ME) F: Cory Larose (ME)

MVP: Niko Dimitrakos

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Regular Season Champion

BOSTON COLLEGE

2000-01 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

BOSTON COLLEGE

BRIAN GIONTA Sr. F, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Paul Pooley, Providence Rookie of the Year: Chuck Kobasew, Boston College Best Defensive Forward: Mike Lephart, Boston College Best Defensive Defenseman: Bobby Allen, Boston College Three Stars Award: Brian Gionta, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Mike Jozefowicz, Northeastern Team Sportsmanship Award: Maine

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Ty Conklin (UNH) * Bobby Allen (BC) * Ron Hainsey (UML) * Carl Corazzini (BU) * Brian Gionta (BC) * Devin Rask (PC) *

Standings 1. Boston College 2. Maine Providence 4. New Hampshire 5. UMass Lowell 6. Boston University 7. Northeastern 8. Merrimack 9. Massachusetts

Position Second Team G * Nolan Schaefer (PC) D Jim Fahey (NU) D Matt Libby (PC) F Anthony Aquino (MC) F Chuck Kobasew (BC) F * Krys Kolanos (BC)

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Brian Gionta (BC) 2. Devin Rask (PC) 3. Chuck Kobasew (BC) 4. Krys Kolanos (BC) 5. Anthony Aquino (MC)

35 33 29 28 27

Goals 1. Brian Gionta (BC) 2. Devin Rask (PC) 3. Chuck Kobasew (BC) Krys Kolanos (BC) 5. Nick Parillo (MC)

25 15 14 14 12

Goals Against Average 1. Ty Conklin (UNH) 2. Scott Clemmensen (BC) 3. Matt Yeats (ME) 4. Sean Fields (BU) 5. Jimi St. John (UML)

1.83 2.19 2.37 2.58 2.59

Save Percentage 1. Ty Conklin (UNH) 2. Nolan Schaefer (PC) 3. Boyd Ballard (PC) 4. Mike Gilhooly (NU) 5. Scott Clemmensen (BC)

.930 .912 .909 .907 .904

W 17 12 13 11 10 9 7 7 7

L 5 7 8 8 11 12 13 14 15

T Pts 2 36 5 29 3 29 5 27 3 23 3 21 4 18 3 17 2 16

GF 103 70 76 61 67 66 58 60 53

GPG 4.29 (1) 2.92 (3) 3.17 (2) 2.54 (6) 2.79 (4) 2.75 (5) 2.42 (8) 2.50 (7) 2.21 (9)

NCAA Tournament First Round Maine 4, Minnesota 4 (OT) Wisconsin 4, Providence 1 Quarterfinals Boston College 3, Maine 1 Semifinals Boston College 4, Michigan 2 CHAMPIONSHIP BC 3, North Dakota 2 (OT) Chuck Kobasew, BC Most Outstanding Player

All-Rookie Team Joe Exter (MC) J.D. Forrest (BC) Regan Kelly (PC) Ben Eaves (BC) Chuck Kobasew (BC) Laurent Meunier (UML) GA 57 62 71 47 66 77 73 86 81

GAPG 2.38 (2) 2.58 (3) 2.96 (t5) 1.96 (1) 2.75 (4) 2.96 (t5) 3.04 (7) 3.58 (9) 3.38 (8)

G D D F F F

PP Pct. 22.4 (1) 15.2 (6) 16.4 (5) 11.8 (8) 17.9 (3) 20.8 (2) 17.2 (4) 08.6 (9) 12.0 (7)

PK Pct. 90.5 (1) 85.7 (3) 83.7 (5) 93.5 (2) 82.1 (6) 81.6 (7) 84.7 (4) 76.4 (9) 77.1 (8)

Overall 33-8-2 20-12-7 22-13-5 21-12-6 19-16-3 14-20-3 13-19-4 14-20-4 8-22-4

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2001 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston College def. #8 Merrimack, 1-0, 5-1 #2 Maine def. #7 Northeastern, 2-1, 6-3 #3 Providence def. #6 Boston U., 6-3, 1-2, 4-3 (2OT) #5 UMass Lowell def. #4 New Hampshire, 2-4, 2-1, 2-1 SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Boston College 5, UMass Lowell 1 Providence 4, Maine 3 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Boston College 5, Providence 3

See page 90 for more on the 2001 NCAA championship ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Scott Clemmensen (BC) D: Bobby Allen (BC) D: Regan Kelly (PC) F: Chuck Kobasew (BC) F: Mike Pandolfo (BU) F: Tony Voce (BC)

MVP: Chuck Kobasew

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Player of the Year

DARREN HAYDAR Sr. F, New Hampshire

Coach of the Year: Richard Umile, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Sean Collins, New Hampshire Best Defensive Forward: Mike Pandolfo, Boston University Best Defensive Defenseman: Chris Dyment, Boston University Three Stars Award: Colin Hemingway, New Hampshire Sportsmanship Award: Jon DiSalvatore, Providence Team Sportsmanship Award: Massachusetts

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Position Second Team Mike Morrison (ME) G Mike Ayers (UNH) Jim Fahey (NU) * D * Chris Dyment (BU) Peter Metcalf (ME) * D Garrett Stafford (UNH) Darren Haydar (UNH) * F * Niko Dimitrakos (ME) Colin Hemingway (UNH) * F * Ben Eaves (BC) Tony Voce (BC) F Ed McGrane (UML) Standings 1. New Hampshire 2. Boston University Maine 4. UMass Lowell 5. Northeastern 6. Boston College 7. Providence 8. Merrimack 9. Massachusetts

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Darren Haydar (UNH) 2. Colin Hemingway (UNH) 3. Niko Dimitrakos (ME) Jim Fahey (NU) Martin Kariya (ME) Peter Metcalf (ME) Goals 1. Colin Hemingway (UNH) 2. Anthony Aquino (MC) Ed McGrane (UML) 4. Darren Haydar (UNH) Tony Voce (BC)

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42 36 30 30 30 30 23 16 16 15 15

Goals Against Average 1. Mike Ayers (UNH) 2. Matt Carney (UNH) 3. Mike Morrison (ME) 4. Cam McCormick (UML) 5. Sean Fields (BU)

1.79 2.09 2.30 2.47 2.53

Save Percentage 1. Mike Ayers (UNH) 2. Matt Carney (UNH) 3. Mike Morrison (ME) 4. Keni Gibson (NU) 5. Sean Fields (BU)

.938 .920 .915 .911 .909

W 17 15 14 12 11 10 8 6 3

L 4 6 5 9 11 13 13 16 19

T Pts 3 37 3 33 5 33 3 27 2 24 1 21 3 19 2 14 2 8

GF 103 80 99 70 69 73 68 54 45

GPG 4.29 (1) 3.33 (3) 4.12 (2) 2.92 (5) 2.88 (6) 3.04 (4) 2.83 (7) 2.25 (8) 1.88 (9)

NCAA Tournament First Round Maine 4, Harvard 3 (OT) Quarterfinals Maine 4, Boston U. 3 New Hampshire 4, Cornell 3 Semifinals Maine 7, New Hampshire 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Minnesota 4, Maine 3 (OT)

All-Rookie Team Keni Gibson (NU) Ryan Whitney (BU) Sean Collins (UNH) Brian McConnell (BU) Colin Shields (ME) Dave Spina (BC) GA 49 65 62 67 74 81 82 87 94

GAPG 2.04 (1) 2.71 (3) 2.58 (2) 2.79 (4) 3.08 (5) 3.38 (6) 3.42 (7) 3.62 (8) 3.92 (9)

G D F F F F

PP Pct. 28.3 (1) 16.4 (5) 22.4 (2) 20.7 (4) 21.0 (3) 15.2 (6) 12.7 (7) 12.4 (8) 10.0 (9)

PK Pct. 87.6 (1) 85.5 (2) 81.7 (5) 84.7 (3) 81.0 (6) 83.2 (4) 80.0 (7) 76.0 (9) 79.2 (8)

Overall 30-7-3 25-10-3 26-11-7 26-11-7 19-17-3 18-18-2 13-20-5 11-23-2 8-24-2

2002 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 New Hampshire def. #8 Merrimack, 6-2, 5-4 (OT) #2 Boston U. def. #7 Providence, 3-2, 4-2 #3 Maine def. #6 Boston College, 7-3, 4-2 #4 UMass Lowell def. #5 Northeastern, 5-2, 2-4, 3-1 SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter New Hampshire 4, UMass Lowell 3 Maine 4, Boston University 3 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter New Hampshire 3, Maine 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Matt Yeats (ME) D: Peter Metcalf (ME) D: Garrett Stafford (UNH) F: Mark Concannon (UML) F: Darren Haydar (UNH) F: Colin Hemingway (UNH)

MVP: Darren Haydar

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BOSTON COLLEGE NEW HAMPSHIRE

2002-03 Tournament Season snapshot Champion NEW HAMPSHIRE

Players of the Year

MIKE AYERS, Jr. G, UNH BEN EAVES, Jr. F, BC

Coach of the Year: Don Cahoon, Massachusetts Rookie of the Year: Jimmy Howard, University of Maine Best Defensive Forward: Mark Mullen, Boston University Best Defensive Defenseman: Cliff Loya, Maine Three Stars Award: Ben Eaves, BC, and Joe Exter, Merrimack Sportsmanship Award: Martin Kariya, Maine Team Sportsmanship Award: UMass-Lowell

Hockey East First Team Mike Ayers (UNH) * Freddy Meyer (BU) * Francis Nault (ME) Ben Eaves (BC) * Lanny Gare (UNH) * Martin Kariya (ME)

All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Standings 1. New Hampshire Boston College 3. Maine 4. Providence Boston University 6. Massachusetts 7. Merrimack 8. UMass Lowell Northeastern

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Position Second Team G Joe Exter (MC) D * J.D. Forrest (BC) D Thomas Pöck (UMA) D Stephen Wood (PC) F * Colin Hemingway (UNH) F Lucas Lawson (ME) F Ed McGrane (UML)

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Ben Eaves (BC) 2. Tony Voce (BC) 3. Lanny Gare (UNH) Martin Kariya (ME) 5. Colin Hemingway (UNH) Goals 1. Lucas Lawson (ME) 2. Peter Fregoe (PC) 3. Lanny Gare (UNH) Tony Voce (BC) 5. Ben Eaves (BC) Colin Hemingway (UNH)

42 32 31 31 30 17 16 15 15 14 14

Goals Against Average 1. Matti Kaltiainen (BC) 2. Mike Ayers (UNH) 3. Frank Doyle (ME) 4. Jimmy Howard (ME) 5. Sean Fields (BU)

2.20 2.22 2.39 2.55 2.77

Save Percentage 1. Mike Ayers (UNH) 2. Jimmy Howard (ME) 3. Frank Doyle (ME) 4. Joe Exter (MC) 5. Nolan Schaefer (PC)

.926 .918 .912 .911 .910

W 15 16 14 12 13 10 7 4 5

L 5 6 6 9 10 14 13 16 17

T Pts 4 34 2 34 4 32 3 27 1 27 0 20 4 18 4 12 2 12

GF 84 97 81 76 78 60 59 63 54

All-Rookie Team Jimmy Howard (ME) Jekabs Redlihs (BU) Bryan Schmidt (MC) Chris Collins (BC) Mike Morris (NU) David Van der Gulik (BU) Stephen Werner (UMA)

GPG 3.50 (2) 4.04 (1) 3.38 (3) 3.17 (5) 3.25 (4) 2.50 (7) 2.46 (8) 2.62 (6) 2.25 (9)

NCAA Tournament

PP Pct. 21.1 (2) 22.0 (1) 20.2 (3) 18.0 (5) 17.9 (6) 19.4 (4) 16.3 (8) 17.2 (7) 15.0 (9)

PK Pct. 87.0 (2) 87.1 (1) 83.0 (3) 80.7 (4) 80.6 (5) 77.6 (8) 78.4 (7) 76.1 (9) 80.2 (6)

Overall 28-8-6 24-11-4 24-10-5 19-14-3 25-14-3 19-17-1 12-18-6 11-20-5 10-21-3

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 New Hampshire def. #8 UMass Lowell, 8-4, 8-4 #2 Boston College def. #7 Merrimack, 4-1, 2-1 #6 Massachusetts def. #3 Maine, 5-3, 4-2 #5 Boston University def. #4 Providence, 5-4 (OT), 7-1

Quarterfinals New Hampshire 3, Boston U. 0 Cornell 2, BC 1 (2OT)

CHAMPIONSHIP Minnesota 5, New Hampshire 1

GAPG 2.29 (t1) 2.29 (t1) 2.54 (4) 2.96 (5) 2.75 (4) 3.33 (t6) 3.33 (t6) 3.96 (9) 3.71 (8)

2003 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

First Round Boston U. 6, Harvard 4 New Hampshire 5, St. Cloud St. 2 Boston College 1, Ohio St. 0 Michigan 2, Maine 1

Semifinals New Hampshire 3, Cornell 2

GA 55 55 61 71 66 80 80 95 89

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SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter New Hampshire 5, Massachusetts 4 Boston University 6, Boston College 5 (2OT) CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter New Hampshire 1, Boston University 0 (OT)

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Sean Fields (BU) D: Thomas Pöck (UMA) D: Garrett Stafford (UNH) F: Justin Maiser (BU) F: Steve Saviano (UNH) F: Stephen Werner (UMA) MVP: Sean Fields

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

BOSTON COLLEGE

MAINE

Player of the Year

STEVE SAVIANO Sr. F, New Hampshire

Coach of the Year: Jerry York, Boston College Rookie of the Year: Michel Léveillé, Maine Best Defensive Forward: Todd Jackson, Maine Best Defensive Defenseman: Andrew Alberts, BC, and Prestin Ryan, Maine Three Stars Award: Keni Gibson, Northeastern Sportsmanship Award: Steve Saviano, New Hampshire Team Sportsmanship Award: Northeastern

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Superskills All-Rookie Team Jim Healey (MC) G Cleve Kinley (UML) D Kevin Schaeffer (BU) D Brett Hemingway (UNH) F Michel Léveillé (ME) F Colin McDonald (PC) F Jason Tejchma (UML) F

First Team Position Second Team Jimmy Howard (ME) * G Matti Kaltiainen (BC) Thomas Pöck (UMA) * D * Andrew Alberts (BC) Stephen Wood (PC) * D * Prestin Ryan (ME) Steve Saviano (UNH) * F * Patrick Eaves (BC) Ryan Shannon (BC) * F * Todd Jackson (ME) Tony Voce (BC) * F * Colin Shields (ME) Standings 1. Boston College 2. Maine 3. Massachusetts 4. New Hampshire 5. Providence 6. UMass Lowell 7. Merrimack 8. Boston University 9. Northeastern

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Tony Voce (BC) Ryan Shannon (BC) 3. Patrick Eaves (BC) Colin Shields (ME) 5. Steve Saviano (UNH) Justin Aikins (UNH) Goals 1. Tony Voce (BC) 2. Steve Saviano (UNH) 3. Patrick Eaves (BC) Elias Godoy (UML) Jason Guerriero (NU) David Van der Gulik (BU)

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27 27 26 26 25 25 18 14 12 12 12 12

Goals Against Average 1. Jimmy Howard (ME) 2. Matti Kaltiainen (BC) 3. Frank Doyle (ME) 4. Chris Davidson (UML) 5. Gabe Winer (UMA)

1.15 1.60 2.26 2.43 2.59

Save Percentage 1. Jimmy Howard (ME) 2. Chris Davidson (UML) 3. Matti Kaltiainen (BC) 4. Bobby Goepfert (PC) 5. Frank Doyle (ME)

.953 .921 .918 .917 .915

W 17 17 12 10 7 7 6 6 5

L 4 5 9 8 11 12 12 13 13

T Pts 3 37 2 36 3 27 6 26 6 20 5 19 6 18 5 17 6 16

GF 88 77 47 82 63 56 53 57 56

GPG 3.67 (1) 3.21 (3) 1.96 (9) 3.42 (2) 2.62 (4) 2.33 (t6) 2.21 (8) 2.38 (5) 2.33 (t6)

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PP Pct. 17.5 (4) 15.7 (6) 15.0 (7) 22.0 (1) 20.6 (2) 17.4 (5) 18.2 (3) 14.5 (8) 14.0 (9)

PK Pct. 88.5 (1) 87.2 (2) 81.4 (t4) 79.4 (9) 79.8 (t7) 80.6 (6) 84.6 (3) 79.8 (t7) 81.4 (t4)

Overall 29-9-4 33-8-3 19-12-6 20-15-6 16-14-7 10-23-7 11-19-6 12-17-9 11-16-7

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #8 Boston U. def. #1 Boston College, 3-2, 0-4, 4-2 #2 Maine def. #7 Merrimack, 2-1, 3-2 #3 Massachusetts def. #6 UMass Lowell, 6-3, 3-1 #4 UNH def. #5 Providence, 2-1, 3-4 (OT), 1-0

Quarterfinals Maine 2, Wisconsin 1 (OT) BC 3, Michigan 2 (OT)

CHAMPIONSHIP Denver 1, Maine 0

GAPG 1.88 (2) 1.75 (1) 2.62 (3) 3.17 (8) 2.75 (5) 2.71 (4) 3.29 (9) 2.96 (6) 3.00 (7)

2004 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

First Round Maine 5, Harvard 4 Boston College 5, Niagara 2 Michigan 4, New Hampshire 1

Semifinals Maine 2, Boston College 1

GA 45 42 63 76 66 65 79 71 72

SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Maine 1, Boston University 0 Massachusetts 5, New Hampshire 2 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Maine 2, Massachusetts 1 (3OT)

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Jimmy Howard (ME) D: Thomas Pöck (UMA) D: Prestin Ryan (ME) F: Greg Mauldin (UMA) F: Colin Shields (ME) F: Mike Warner (UMA) MVP: Jimmy Howard

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Regular Season Champion

BOSTON COLLEGE

2004-05 Tournament Season snapshot Champion

Player of the Year

BOSTON COLLEGE

PATRICK EAVES Jr. F, Boston College

Coach of the Year: Jack Parker, Boston University Rookie of the Year: Peter Vetri, UMass Lowell Best Defensive Forward: Preston Callander, New Hampshire Best Defensive Defenseman: Tim Judy, Northeastern Three Stars Award: Patrick Eaves and Ryan Shannon, Boston College Sportsmanship Award: Jason Guerriero, Northeastern Team Sportsmanship Award: Northeastern University

Hockey East First Team Keni Gibson (NU) Andrew Alberts (BC) * Bryan Miller (BU) Patrick Eaves (BC) * Jason Guerriero (NU) * Ryan Shannon (BC) *

All-Stars (*All-Americans) Position G D D F F F

Standings GP 1. Boston College 24 2. Boston University 24 New Hampshire 24 4. Maine 24 5. UMass Lowell 24 6. Northeastern 24 7. Providence 24 8. Massachusetts 24 9. Merrimack 24

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Jason Guerriero (NU) 2. Patrick Eaves (BC) Jacob Micflikier (UNH) Ryan Shannon (BC) 5. Preston Callander (UNH) Sean Collins (UNH) Goals 1. Patrick Eaves (BC) Jacob Micflikier (UNH) Mike Morris (NU) Ben Walter (UML) 5. David Van der Gulik (BU)

34 30 30 30 28 28 14 14 14 14 13

Goals Against Average 1. Matti Kaltiainen (BC) 2. Cory Schneider (BC) 3. Jimmy Howard (ME) 4. John Curry (BU) 5. Keni Gibson (NU)

1.81 1.83 1.96 2.12 2.26

Save Percentage 1. Keni Gibson (NU) 2. Kevin Regan (UNH) 3. Cory Schneider (BC) 4. John Curry (BU) 5. Jimmy Howard (ME) Matti Kaltiainen (BC)

.929 .925 .924 .922 .921 .921

W 14 15 15 13 11 10 6 6 1

L 3 5 5 6 10 10 14 16 22

Superskills All-Rookie Team Kevin Regan (UNH) Cory Schneider (BC) Peter Vetri (UML) David Leaderer (UMA) Bret Tyler (ME) Chris Bourque (BU) P.J. Fenton (UMA) Peter MacArthur (BU)

Second Team John Curry (BU) Bryan Schmidt (MC) * Brian Yandle (UNH) * Sean Collins (UNH) Mike Morris (NU) Ben Walter (UML)

T Pts 7 35 4 34 4 34 5 31 3 25 4 24 4 16 2 14 1 3

GF 78 76 90 75 76 66 54 48 41

GPG 3.25 (2) 3.17 (3t) 3.75 (1) 3.12 (5) 3.17 (3t) 2.75 (6) 2.25 (7) 2.00 (8) 1.71 (9)

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GA GAPG 47 1.96 (1t) 54 2.25 (23) 59 2.46 (5) 47 1.96 (1t) 66 2.75 (6) 58 2.42 (4) 73 3.04 (7) 96 4.00 (8) 104 4.33 (9)

G G G D D F F F

PP Pct. 18.2 (3) 17.7 (5) 23.4 (1) 16.2 (6) 20.8 (2) 19.8 (4) 13.3 (7) 10.8 (9) 12.5 (8)

PK Pct. 87.2 (2) 81.1 (7) 84.5 (4) 90.3 (1) 81.3 (6) 83.8 (5) 80.6 (8) 74.6 (9) 84.6 (3)

Overall 26-7-7 23-14-4 26-11-5 20-13-7 20-12-4 15-18-5 12-20-4 13-23-2 8-26-2

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2005 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

First Round Boston College 5, Mercyhurst 4 North Dakota 4, Boston Univ. 0 UNH 3, Harvard 2 (OT) Minnesota 1, Maine 0 (OT)

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston College def. #8 Massachusetts, 3-2 (OT), 5-1 #2 Boston Univ. def. #7 Providence, 1-4, 2-0, 2-0 #3 UNH def. #6 Northeastern, 6-1, 4-0 #4 Maine def. #5 UMass Lowell, 7-2, 5-1

Quarterfinals North Dakota 6, Boston College 3 Denver 4, New Hampshire 2

SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Boston College 2, Maine 1 (2OT) New Hampshire 5, Boston University 2 CHAMPIONSHIP – FleetCenter Boston College 3, New Hampshire 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Cory Schneider (BC) D: Andrew Alberts (BC) D: Brian Yandle (UNH) F: Brian Boyle (BC) F: Preston Callander (UNH) F: Daniel Winnik (UNH) MVP: Brian Boyle

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS Regular Season Champion

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Player of the Year

CHRIS COLLINS Sr. F, Boston College

Bob Kullen Coach of the Year: Jack Parker, Boston University Superskills Rookie of the Year: Brandon Yip, Boston University Best Defensive Forward: Brad Zancanaro, Boston University Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Peter Harrold, Boston College Three Stars Award: Chris Collins and Cory Schneider, Boston College Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Danny O’Brien, UMass Lowell Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: University of Vermont

Hockey East First Team John Curry (BU) * Peter Harrold (BC) * Dan Spang (BU) * Brian Boyle (BC) * Chris Collins (BC) * Greg Moore (ME) *

All-Stars (*All-Americans)

Standings 1. Boston University 2. Boston College Maine 4. New Hampshire 5. Providence 6. Vermont 7. UMass Lowell 8. Massachusetts 9. Northeastern 10. Merrimack

GP 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27

Position G D D F F F

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Chris Collins (BC) 2. Brian Boyle (BC) 3. Pete MacArthur (BU) 4. Brett Hemingway (UNH) Jacob Micflikier (UNH) Greg Moore (Maine) Daniel Winnik (UNH) Goals 1. Brian Boyle (BC) Chris Collins (BC) Greg Moore (Maine) 4. Jon Rheault (PC) 5. Kenny Roche (BU)

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39 33 29 28 28 28 28 18 18 18 15 14

Goals Against Average 1. Cory Schneider (BC) 2. John Curry (BU) 3. Joe Fallon (UVM) 4. Jeff Pietrasiak (UNH) 5. Ben Bishop (Maine) Tyler Sims (PC)

1.96 2.12 2.20 2.22 2.24 2.24

Save Percentage 1. Cory Schneider (BC) 2. Jeff Pietrasiak (UNH) 3. Jon Quick (UMass) 4. Kevin Regan (UNH) 5. John Curry (BU) Patrick Watson (MC)

.932 .928 .927 .925 .922 .922

W 17 17 17 14 14 10 11 10 3 3

L 7 8 8 7 10 11 14 15 17 19

Second Team * Cory Schneider (BC) Marvin Degon (UMA) * Brian Yandle (UNH) * Michel Léveillé (ME) Pete MacArthur (BU) Daniel Winnik (UNH)

T Pts 3 37 2 36 2 36 6 34 3 31 6 26 2 24 2 22 7 13 5 11

Superskills All-Rookie Team Ben Bishop (ME) G Brett Motherwell (BC) D Cody Wild (PC) D Benn Ferriero (BC) F Rob Ricci (MC) F Brandon Yip (BU) F

GF GPG 89 3.40 (2) 86 3.19 (3) 93 3.44 (1) 85 3.15 (4) 78 2.89 (5) 65 2.41 (7) 74 2.74 (6) 60 2.22 (8) 57 2.11 (9) 43 1.59 (10)

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GA GAPG PP Pct. 67 2.48 (t5) 15.6 (6) 58 2.15 (1) 13.7 (9) 60 2.22 (2) 23.0 (1) 63 2.33 (4) 20.7 (2) 67 2.48 (t5) 17.2 (4) 62 2.30 (3) 18.8 (3) 96 3.56 (9) 15.9 (5) 77 2.85 (7) 15.5 (7) 88 3.26 (8) 14.6 (8) 92 3.41 (10) 12.9 (10)

PK Pct. 81.9 (t6) 89.0 (1) 86.6 (2) 85.0 (4) 85.8 (3) 83.2 (5) 80.1 (9) 79.2 (10) 81.9 (t6) 80.6 (8)

Overall 26-10-4 26-13-3 28-12-2 20-13-7 17-16-3 18-14-6 14-20-2 13-21-2 3-24-7 6-23-5

2006 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

First Round Boston U. 9, Nebraska-Omaha 2 Boston College 5, Miami 0 Maine 6, Harvard 1 Michigan St. 1, UNH 0

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston University def. #8 Massachusetts, 4-1, 4-1 #2 Maine def. #7 UMass Lowell, 4-3 (OT), 4-3 #3 Boston College def. #6 Vermont, 3-2 (OT), 6-2 #4 UNH def. #5 Providence, 4-0, 2-1 (2OT)

Quarterfinals Boston College 5, Boston U. 0 Maine 5, Michigan St. 4

SEMIFINALS – TD Banknorth Garden Boston College 4, Maine 1 Boston University 9, New Hampshire 2

Semifinals Boston College 6, North Dakota 5 Wisconsin 5, Maine 2

CHAMPIONSHIP – TD Banknorth Garden Boston University 2, Boston College 1 (OT)

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Wisconsin 2, Boston College 1

BICKFORDS GRILLE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Cory Schneider (BC) D: Peter Harrold (BC) D: Dan Spang (BU) F: Brian Boyle (BC) F: Jacob Micflikier (UNH) F: David Van der Gulik (BU)

MVP: David Van der Gulik, BU

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Regular Season Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

2006-07 Tournament Season snapshot Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Player of the Year

JOHN CURRY Sr. G, Boston University

Coach of the Year: Richard Umile, New Hampshire Rookie of the Year: Teddy Purcell, Maine Best Defensive Forward: Joe Rooney, Boston College Best Defensive Defenseman: Sean Sullivan, Boston University Three Stars Award: John Curry, Boston University Sportsmanship Award: Mike Lundin, Maine Team Sportsmanship Award: Massachusetts

Hockey East First Team John Curry, BU * Sean Sullivan, BU * Matt Gilroy, BU * Brian Boyle, BC * Trevor Smith, UNH * Michel Léveillé, Maine *

All-Stars Position G D D F F F

(*All-Americans) Second Team * Jon Quick, UMass Chris Murray, UNH Mike Lundin, Maine Peter MacArthur, BU Josh Soares, Maine Nathan Gerbe, BC

Superskills All-Rookie Team Brad Thiessen, NU * G Mark Fayne, PC D Justin Braun, UMass D Brayden Irwin, UVM F Chad Costello, NU * F Teddy Purcell, Maine * F * unanimous selection

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

Standings GP New Hampshire 27 Boston College 27 Boston University 27 Massachusetts 27 Maine 27 Vermont 27 Northeastern 27 Providence 27 UMass Lowell 27 Merrimack 27

Leaders (league games) Points 1. Brian Boyle, BC 2. Josh Soares, Maine 2. Trevor Smith, UNH 4. Matt Fornataro, UNH 5. Nathan Gerbe, BC 5. Pete MacArthur, BU Goals 1. Josh Soares, Maine 1. Nathan Gerbe, BC 3. Trevor Smith, UNH 4. Michel Leveille, Maine

16 16 15 14

Goals Against Average 1. John Curry, BU 2. Joe Fallon , UVM 3. Kevin Regan, UNH 4. Brad Thiessen, NU 5. Jon Quick, UMass

1.85 1.90 2.02 2.15 2.20

Save Percentage 1. John Curry, BU 2. Kevin Regan, UNH 3. Brad Thiessen, NU 4. Jon Quick, UMass 5. Ben Bishop, Maine 5. Cory Schneider, BC

.934 .933 .930 .927 .919 .919

37 32 32 30 28 28

W 18 18 13 15 14 12 9 9 7 3

L 7 8 6 9 12 10 13 15 16 22

T 2 1 8 3 1 5 5 3 4 2

Pts 38 37 34 33 29 29 23 21 18 8

Goals 96 (1) 89 (2) 69 (5) 71 (4) 80 (3) 55 (8) 60 (7) 66 (6) 51 (9) 28 (10)

Goals Against 62 (3) 65 (5) 51 (1) 63 (4) 69 (7) 56 (2) 66 (6) 71 (8) 76 (9) 86 (10)

NCAA Tournament

Semifinals Boston College 6, North Dakota 4 Michigan State 4, Maine 2

PK Pct. 86.1 (4) 86.8 (3) 84.9 (6) 84.1 (8) 84.1 (7) 88.4 (2) 89.1 (1) 85.6 (5) 82.6 (9) 81.7 (10)

Overall 26-11-2 29-12-1 20-10-9 21-13-5 23-15-2 18-16-5 13-18-5 10-23-3 8-21-7 3-27-4

2007 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

First Round Boston College 4, St. Lawrence 1 Massachusetts 1, Clarkson 0 (OT) Maine 4, St. Cloud State 1 Michigan State 5, Boston Univ. 1 Miami 2, New Hampshire 1 Quarterfinals Boston College 4, Miami 0 Maine 3, Massachusetts 1

PP Pct. 21.5 (2) 17.4 (3) 15.1 (6) 16.1 (5) 21.7 (1) 16.9 (3) 9.5 (8) 11.6 (7) 9.1 (9) 7.6 (10)

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QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 New Hampshire def. #8 Providence, 4-0, 6-0 #2 Boston College def. #7Northeastern, 3-0, 7-1 #3 Boston Univ. def. #6 Vermont, 2-3,2-0,3-2 (OT) #4 Massachusetts def. #5 Maine, 3-2, 5-2

SEMIFINALS – FleetCenter Boston College 6, Boston University 2 New Hampshire 3, Massachusetts 2 (2OT) CHAMPIONSHIP – TD Banknorth Garden Boston College 5, New Hampshire 2

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Michigan State 3, Boston College 1

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Cory Schneider (BC) D: Brian Boyle (BC) D: Chris Murray (UNH) F: Brock Bradford (BC) F: Benn Ferriero (BC) F: Chris Capraro (UMass) MVP: Brock Bradford

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2007-2008 Season snapshotRBK Player of the Year TOURNAMENT CHAMPION

Regular Season Champion

NEW HAMPSHIRE

BOSTON COLLEGE

KEVIN REGAN, Sr., G, UNH

CCM Bob Kullen Coach of the Year: Kevin Sneddon, Vermont Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Colin Wilson, Boston University Humboldt Storage and Moving Three Stars Award: Bryan Ewing, Boston University Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Joe Charlebois, New Hampshire Best Defensive Forward: Matt Greene, Boston College Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Chris Higgins, Boston University ITECH Goaltending Champion: Kevin Regan, New Hampshire (1.83 GAA) Scoring Champion: Bryan Ewing, Boston University, 35 points Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: UMass-Lowell River Hawks

Hockey East All-Stars (*All-Americans)

First Team Second Team Kevin Regan (UNH, Sr., G) * Ben Bishop (Maine, Jr., G) Brad Flaishans (UNH, Sr., D) * Mike Kostka (UMass, Sr., D) Matt Gilroy (BU, Jr., D) * Craig Switzer (UNH, Sr., D) Nathan Gerbe (BC, Jr., F) * Matt Taormina (PC, Jr., D) Bryan Ewing (BU, Sr., F) * Kory Falite (UML, So., F) Pete MacArthur (BU, Sr., F) * * Matt Fornataro (UNH, Sr., F) Mike Radja (UNH, Sr., F) * Joe Vitale (NU, Jr., F) Standings GP W L 1. New Hampshire * # ! 27 19 5 2. Boston University * # 27 15 9 3. Vermont * # 27 13 9 4. Boston College * # 27 11 9 5. Providence * 27 11 11 6. Northeastern * 27 12 13 7. UMass-Lowell * 27 10 13 8. Massachusetts * 27 9 13 9. Maine 27 9 15 10. Merrimack 27 6 18 *playoff berth; # home ice: ! top seed

Leaders (league games) Points 1. B. Ewing (BU) 2. P. MacArthur (BU) 3. J. Vitale (NU) 4. N. Gerbe (BC) 5. M. Radja (UNH)

35 34 33 31 30

Goals 1. K. Falite (UML) 2. N. Gerbe (BC) M. Radja (UNH) P. MacArthur (BU) 5. B. Ewing (BU) B. Smith (BC) M. Jones (MC)

15 14 14 14 13 13 13

GAA 1. K. Regan (UNH) 2. T. Sims (PC) 3. J. Muse (BC) 4. B. Bishop (Maine) 5. P. Dainton (UMass)

1.83 2.30 2.39 2.41 2.47

Save Percentage 1. K. Regan (UNH) 2. B. Bishop (Maine) 3. A. Braithwaite (MC) 4. T. Sims (PC) 5. P. Dainton (UMass)

.940 .923 .918 .916 .913

T 3 3 5 7 5 2 4 5 3 3

Pts 41 33 31 29 27 26 24 23 21 15

GF 84 97 67 82 66 73 70 73 59 48

GPG 3.11 3.59 2.48 3.04 2.44 2.70 2.59 2.70 2.19 1.78

Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team Paul Dainton (Massachusetts) G Maury Edwards (UMass-Lowell) D Kevin Shattenkirk (Boston U.) D James Marcou (Massachusetts) F Joe Whitney (Boston College) F James vanRiemsdyk (UNH) F Colin Wilson (Boston U.) F * denotes unanimous selection GA GAPG 54 2.00 72 2.67 78 2.89 67 2.48 66 2.44 80 2.96 76 2.81 71 2.63 73 2.70 82 3.04

NCAA Tournament

Semifinals Boston College 6, North Dakota 1

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Overall 25-10-3 19-17-4 16-15-7 23-11-8 14-15-5 15-16-3 15-15-4 14-14-6 13-18-3 12-18-4

QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 New Hampshire def. #8 Massachusetts, 4-1, 7-2 #2 Boston Univ. def. #7 UMass-Lowell, 5-3, 1-4, 4-2 #3 Vermont def. #6 Northeastern, 1-0, 1-2 OT, 4-1 #4 Boston College def. #5 Providence, 5-1, 5-1

Quarterfinals Boston College 4, Miami 3 OT

Nathan Gerbe, BC Most Outstanding Player

PK Pct. 88.6% (124-140) 80.8% (101-125) 85.1% (97-114) 81.3% (113-139) 85.8% (91-106) 81.9% (104-127) 81.6% (84-103) 82.1% (92-112) 85.3% (99-116) 83.8% (119-142)

2008 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT

First Round Boston College 5, Minnesota 2 Notre Dame 7, UNH 3

CHAMPIONSHIP Boston College 4, Notre Dame 1

PP Pct. 16.3% (21-129) 22.4% (30-134) 15.6% (15-96) 20.3% (28-138) 15.9% (18-113) 13.6% (19-140) 15.5% (18-116) 14.6% (21-144) 14.4% (16-111) 13.6 (19-140)

SEMIFINALS – TD Banknorth Garden Boston College 5, New Hampshire 4 (3OT) Vermont 3, Boston University 1 CHAMPIONSHIP – TD Banknorth Garden Boston College 4, Vermont 0 ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: John Muse (BC) D: Mike Brennan (BC) D: Carl Sneep (BC) F: Bobby Butler (UNH) F: Benn Ferriero (BC) F: Nathan Gerbe (BC) MVP: Nathan Gerbe, BC

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2008-2009 Season snapshot TOURNAMENT CHAMPION REEBOK Player of the Year

Regular Season Champion

BOSTON UNIVERSITY (18-5-4)

BOSTON U.

BRAD THIESSEN, Jr., G, Northeastern

CCM Coach of the Year: Greg Cronin, Northeastern Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Kieran Millan, Boston University Three Stars Award: Brad Thiessen, Northeastern Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Louis Liotti, Northeastern Best Defensive Forward: Joe Vitale, Northeastern Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Dean Strong, Vermont ITECH Goaltending Champion: Brad Thiessen, Northeastern (2.09 GAA, .932 save %) Co-Scoring Champion: James Marcou, UMass/Colin Wilson, Boston U., 35 pts. Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: Providence College

Hockey East All-Stars

First Team Brad Thiessen (NU, Jr., G) * Matt Gilroy (BU, Sr., D) * Maury Edwards (UML, So., D) * Colin Wilson (BU, So., F) * Viktor St책lberg (UVM, Jr., F) * James Marcou (UMass, So., F) *

Second Team Kieran Millan (BU, Fr., G) Justin Braun (UMass, Jr., D) * Kevin Shattenkirk (BU, So., D) Brock Bradford (BC, Sr., F) Ryan Ginand (NU, Sr., F) James van Riemsdyk (UNH, So., F)

Standings GP W L 1. Boston University * # ! 27 18 5 2. Northeastern * # 27 15 6 3. New Hampshire * # 27 15 8 Vermont * # 27 15 8 5. UMass-Lowell * 27 14 11 6. Boston College * 27 11 11 7. Massachusetts * 27 10 14 8. Maine * 27 7 17 9. Merrimack 27 5 19 Providence 27 4 18 *playoff berth; # home ice: ! top seed

Leaders (league games) Points 1. J. Marcou (UMass) C. Wilson (BU) 3. V. St책lberg (UVM) 4. B. Bradford (BC) 5. N. Bonino (BU)

35 35 34 31 30

Goals 1. V. St책lberg (UVM) 2. B. Bradford (BC) 3. R. Ginand (NU) J. Lawrence (BU) 5. J. van Riemsdyk (UNH) B. Yip (BU) M. Sislo (UNH)

19 18 14 14 12 12 12

GAA 1. K. Millan (BU) 2. B. Thiessen (NU) 3. N. Hamilton (UML) 4. C. Hutton (UML) 5. R. Madore (UVM)

1.80 2.09 2.18 2.25 2.32

Save Percentage 1. B. Thiessen (NU) 2. N. Hamilton (UML) 3. K. Millan (BU) 4. P. Dainton (UMass) 5. B. Foster (UNH)

.932 .926 .923 .918 .917

Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team Kieran Millan (Boston University) G Karl Stollery (Merrimack) D Chris Connolly (Boston University) F Gustav Nyquist (Maine) F Steve Quailer (Northeastern) F Casey Wellman (Massachusetts)* F David Vallorani (UMass-Lowell) F

T 4 3 4 4 2 5 3 3 3 5

Pts GF 40 103 39 78 34 80 34 78 30 84 27 81 23 77 17 52 13 57 13 56

GPG 3.81 2.89 2.96 2.89 3.11 3.00 2.85 1.93 2.11 2.07

NCAA Tournament First Round Boston U. 8, Ohio State 3 UNH 6, North Dakota 5 (OT) Vermont 4, Yale 1 Cornell 3, NU 2 Quarterfinals Boston U. 2, UNH 1 Vermont 3, Air Force 2 (2OT)

* denotes unanimous selection

GA GAPG 54 2.00 59 2.19 78 2.89 69 2.56 66 2.44 77 2.85 75 2.78 82 3.04 80 2.96 106 3.93

PP Pct. 23.4% (37-158) 15.4% (24-156) 11.9% (17-143) 17.7% (22-124) 19.7% (26-132) 18.2% (27-148) 17.6% (12-131) 16.1% (25-155) 14.7% (19-129) 11.4% (13-114)

PK Pct. 89.1% (139-157) 85.2% (127-149) 84.1% (111-132) 78.6% (110-140) 88.5% (139-157) 85.1% (114-134) 83.9% (115-137) 82.6% (114-138) 81.5% (128-157) 70.6% (77-109)

Overall 35-6-4 25-12-4 20-13-5 22-12-5 20-16-2 18-14-5 16-20-3 13-22-4 9-21-4 7-22-5

2009 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston U. def. #8 Maine, 2-1, 3-6, 6-2 #2 Northeastern def. #7 Massachusetts, 1-2, 4-1, 3-2 (OT) #6 Boston College def. #3 New Hampshire, 5-3, 1-0 #5 UMass-Lowell def. #4 Vermont, 4-3 (OT), 4-2

Semifinals Boston U. 5, Vermont 4

SEMIFINALS at TD Banknorth Garden #1 Boston U. def. #6 Boston College, 3-2 #5 UMass-Lowell def. #2 Northeastern, 3-2 (OT)

CHAMPIONSHIP Boston U. 4, Miami 3 (OT)

CHAMPIONSHIP at TD Banknorth Garden #1 Boston U. def. #5 UMass-Lowell, 1-0

Colby Cohen, BU Most Outstanding Player See page 92 for more on the 2009 NCAA Championship

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Kieran Millan (BU) D: Maury Edwards (UML) D: Matt Gilroy (BU) F: Scott Campbell (UML) F: John McCarthy (BU) F: Colin Wilson (BU)

MVP: Kieran Millan, BU (Fr., G)

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Regular Season Champion NEW HAMPSHIRE (15-6-6)

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION BOSTON COLLEGE

Athletic Republic Player of the Year BOBBY BUTLER, Sr., F, UNH

Bob Kullen Co-Coach of the Year: Mark Dennehy, Merrimack/Dick Umile, UNH Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Stephane Da Costa, Merrimack College Three Stars Award: Bobby Butler, New Hampshire Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Justin Braun, Massachusetts Gladiator Hockey Best Defensive Forward: Ben Holmstrom, UMass-Lowell Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Ben Smith, Boston College Bauer Goaltending Champion: Carter Hutton, UMass-Lowell (2.35 GAA, .920 save %) Humboldt Storage and Moving Scoring Champions: B. Butler, UNH/G. Nyquist, Maine, 41 pts. Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire Wildcats

Hockey East All-Stars

First Team Brian Foster, UNH (Sr.) Justin Braun, UMass (Sr.) Colby Cohen, BU (Jr.) Blake Kessel, UNH (So.) Bobby Butler, UNH (Sr.) Brian Gibbons, BC (Jr.) Gustav Nyquist, Maine (So.) * Rk. Standings

G D D D F F F

Second Team Carter Hutton, UML (Sr.) Jeremy Dehner, UML (Sr.) Jeff Dimmen, Maine (Jr.)

Cam Atkinson, BC (So.) Stephane Da Costa, MC (Fr.) James Marcou, UMass (Jr.)

GP W L T Pts

GPG (GF)

1. New Hampshire *& 27 15 6 6 36 3.63 (98) 2. Boston College * & 27 16 8 3 35 3.67 (99) 3. Boston University * & 27 13 12 2 28 3.44 (93) Maine * & 27 13 12 2 28 3.52 (95) UMass-Lowell * 27 12 11 4 28 3.04 (82) 6. Merrimack * 27 12 13 2 26 3.04 (82) Massachusetts * 27 13 14 0 26 2.67 (72) 8. Vermont * 27 9 11 7 25 2.89 (78) 9. Northeastern 27 11 14 2 24 2.59 (70) 10. Providence 27 5 18 4 14 1.70 (46) * clinched playoff berth; & clinched quarterfinal playoff home ice

Leaders (league games) Points 1. B. Butler (UNH) G. Nyquist (ME) 3. S. Da Costa (MC) 4. C. Atkinson (BC) B. Flynn (ME) B. Gibbons (BC)

41 41 36 34 34 34

Goals 1. B. Butler (UNH) 2. C. Atkinson (BC) 3. B. Flynn (ME) K. Kraemer (NU) 5. C. Wellman (UMass) C. Barton (MC) P Thompson (UNH)

21 18 15 15 13 13 13

GAA 1. P. Milner (BC) 2. J. Muse (BC) 3. C. Hutton (UML) 4. R. Madore (UVM) 5. B. Foster (UNH)

1.93 2.27 2.35 2.67 2.75

Save Percentage 1. P. Milner (BC) 2. C. Hutton (UML) 3. A. Beaudry (PC) 4. B. Foster (UNH) 5. J. Muse (BC)

.921 .920 .914 .913 .912

GAPG (GA)

2.85 (77) 2.26 (61) 3.37 (91) 3.33 (90) 2.67 (72) 3.15 (85) 3.19 (86) 3.04 (82) 3.22 (87) 3.37 (84)

Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team G: D: D: D: F: F: F:

Chris Rawlings, Northeastern Brian Dumoulin, Boston College Jake Newton, Northeastern Max Nicastro, Boston University Stephane Da Costa, Merrimack College * Chris Kreider, Boston College Sebastian Stalberg, Vermont

* denotes unanimous selection PP Pct.

17.0% (18-106) 20.2% (26-129) 19.6% (30-153) 27.8% (40-144) 19.0% (24-126) 23.5% (28-119) 19.0% (27-142) 16.5% (18-109) 16.9% (25-148) 17.6% (18-102)

PK Pct.

78.1% (82-105) 84.8% (106-125) 78.2% (122-156) 81.8% (112-137) 80.3% (94-117) 80.1% (117-146) 76.8% (86-112) 79.1% (106-134) 78.0% (96-123) 83.7% (103-123)

Overall

18-14-7 29-10-3 18-17-3 19-17-3 19-16-4 16-19-2 18-18-0 17-15-7 16-16-2 10-20-4

NCAA Tournament First Round Boston College 3, Alaska 1 UNH 6, Cornell 2 Wisconsin 3, Vermont 2 Quarterfinals RIT 6, UNH 2 Boston College 9, Yale 7 Semifinals Boston College 7, Miami 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Boston College 5, Wisconsin 0 Ben Smith, BC Most Outstanding Player See page 93 for more on the 2010 NCAA Championship

2010 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #8 Vermont def. New Hampshire, 4-7, 1-0, 1-0 #2 Boston College def. Massachusetts, 6-5, 5-2 #3 BU def. #6 Merrimack, 3-2, 2-3 OT, 3-0 #4 Maine def. #5 UML, 1-2, 2-0, 3-2 OT SEMIFINALS (TD Garden) Boston College 3, Vermont 0 Maine 5, Boston University 2 CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Garden) Boston College 7, Maine 6 OT ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: John Muse (BC) D: Carl Sneep (BC) D: Will O’Neill (Maine) F: Joey Diamond (Maine) F: Gustav Nyquist (Maine) F: Matt Lombardi (BC) MVP: Matt Lombardi, BC (Sr., F)

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2010-2011 Season snapshot Regular Season Champion BOSTON COLLEGE (20-6-1)

TOURNAMENT CHAMPION BOSTON COLLEGE

Athletic Republic Player of the Year Paul Thompson, Sr., F, UNH

Bob Kullen Co-Coach of the Year: Jerry York, Boston College Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Charlie Coyle, Boston University Three Stars Award: Paul Thompson, New Hampshire Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Brian Dumoulin, Boston College Gladiator Best Defensive Forward: Tanner House, Maine * Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Brian Flynn, Maine Turfer Athletic Award: Jeff Dimmen, Maine Bauer Goaltending Champion: John Muse, Boston College (1.84 GAA, .933 save %) Humboldt Storage and Moving Scoring Champion: Paul Thompson, UNH (42 pts.) Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire Wildcats

Hockey East All-Stars

First Team John Muse, BC (Sr.) Brian Dumoulin, BC (So.) * Blake Kessel, UNH (Jr.) Cam Atkinson, BC (Jr.) * Gustav Nyquist, Maine (Jr.) Paul Thompson, UNH (Sr.) * Rk. Standings

G D D F F F

GP W L T Pts

Points 1. P. Thompson (UNH) C. Atkinson (BC) 3. G. Nyquist (ME) B. Gibbons (BC) 5. C. Barton (MC) Goals 1. B. Butler (UNH) 2. C. Atkinson (BC) 3. B. Flynn (ME) K. Kraemer (NU) 5. C. Wellman (UMass) C. Barton (MC) P Thompson (UNH)

42 38 36 36 33 21 18 15 15 13 13 13

GAA 1. J. Muse (BC) 2. M. DiGirolamo (UNH) 3. D. Sullivan (ME) 4. K. Millan (BU) 5. C. Rawlings (NU) J. Cannata (MC)

1.84 2.16 2.28 2.34 2.46 2.46

Save Percentage 1. J. Muse (BC) 2. K. Millan (BU) 3. M. DiGirolamo (UNH) 4. C. Rawlings (NU) 5. J. Cannata (MC)

.933 .932 .931 .925 .913

G: Dan Sullivan, Maine D: Anthony Bitetto, Northeastern D: Adam Clendening, Boston University F: Bill Arnold, Boston College F: Charlie Coyle, Boston University * F: Mike Collins, Merrimack F: Michael Pereira, Massachusetts * F: Brodie Reid, Northeastern * denotes unanimous selection

Second Team Kieran Millan, BU (Jr.) Josh Van Dyk, Maine (Sr.) David Warsofsky, BU (Jr.) Stephane Da Costa, MC (So.) Brian Gibbons, BC (Sr.) Wade MacLeod, NU (Sr.) GPG (GF)

1. Boston College * & 27 20 6 1 41 3.74 (101) 2. New Hampshire *& 27 17 6 4 38 3.33 (90) 3. Boston University * & 27 15 6 6 36 2.81 (76) 4. Merrimack* & 27 16 8 3 35 3.30 (89) 5. Maine* 27 14 8 5 33 3.41 (92) 6. Northeastern* 27 10 10 7 27 2.70 (73) 7. Vermont* 27 6 14 7 19 2.22 (60) 8. Massachusetts* 27 5 16 6 16 2.52 (68) 9. Providence 27 4 16 7 15 1.96 (53) 10. UMass-Lowell 27 4 21 2 10 2.22 (60) * clinched playoff berth; & clinched quarterfinal playoff home ice

Leaders (league games)

Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team

GAPG (GA)

2.15 (58) 2.19 (59) 2.48 (67) 2.48 (67) 2.70 (73) 2.56 (69) 3.15 (85) 3.26 (88) 3.48 (94) 3.78 (102)

PP Pct.

24.2% (31-128) 22.0% (24-109) 12.8% (19-149) 20.8% (30-144) 17.6% (25-142) 17.6% (26-148) 14.0% (18-129) 12.2% (15-123) 9.3% (11-118) 16.9% (21-124)

PK Pct.

86.7% (130-150) 83.8% (83-99) 89.6% (129-144) 84.0% (106-125) 85.0% (113-133) 81.6% (115-141) 80.8% (105-130) 78.4% (91-116) 81.2% (117-144) 79.2% (80-101)

Overall

30-8-1 22-11-6 19-12-8 25-10-4 17-12-7 14-16-8 8-20-8 6-23-6 8-18-8 5-25-4

NCAA Tournament First Round Colorado College 8, BC 4 UNH 3, Miami 1 Notre Dame 4, Merrimack 3 OT Quarterfinals Notre Dame 2, UNH 1

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Regular Season Champion BOSTON COLLEGE (19-7-1)

TOURNAMENT Champion BOSTON COLLEGE

Athletic Republic Player of the Year Spencer Abbott, Maine (Sr., F)

Bob Kullen Coach of the Year: Norm Bazin, UMass-Lowell Pro Ambitions Rookie of the Year: Scott Wilson, UMass-Lowell Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman: Brian Dumoulin, Boston College Gladiator Best Defensive Forward: Chris Connolly, Boston University Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award: Chris Connolly, Boston University Humboldt Storage and Moving Scoring Champion: Spencer Abbott, Maine (38 pts.) Goaltending Champion: Parker Milner, Boston College (1.85 GAA, .928 save%) Army ROTC Three Stars Award: Kieran Millan, Boston University Turfer Athletic Award: Matt Ferreira, UMass-Lowell Charlie Holt Team Sportsmanship Award: New Hampshire Wildcats

Hockey East All-Stars

First Team Joe Cannata, MC (Sr.) Adam Clendening, BU (Jr.) Brian Dumoulin, BC (Jr.) Spencer Abbott, Maine (Sr.) * Barry Almeida, BC (Sr.) Brian Flynn, Maine (Sr.) Rk. Standings

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

Boston College *# ! UMass-Lowell * # Boston University*# Maine * # Merrimack * New Hampshire * Providence * Massachusetts * Northeastern Vermont

G D D F F F

19 17 17 15 13 11 10 9 9 3

7 9 9 10 9 14 14 14 14 23

G: Casey DeSmith, UNH D: Zach Kamrass, UML D: Alexx Privitera, BU D: Trevor van Riemsdyk, UNH F: Johnny Gaudreau, BC * F: Ross Mauermann, PC F: Ludwig Karlsson, NU * F: Kyle Reynolds, UVM F: Scott Wilson, UML *

Second Team Doug Carr, UML (So.) Garrett Noonan, BU (So.) Karl Stollery, MC (Sr.) Chris Connolly, BU (Sr.) Joey Diamond, Maine (Jr.) Chris Kreider, BC (Jr.)

GP W L T Pts 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27

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1 1 1 2 5 2 3 4 4 1

39 35 35 32 31 24 23 22 22 7

GPG (GF)

3.56 (96) 3.33 (90) 3.74 (101) 3.37 (91) 2.59 (70) 2.52 (68) 2.52 (68) 3.07 (83) 2.70 (73) 2.00 (54)

* denotes unanimous selection

GAPG (GA) 2.22 (60) 2.52 (68) 2.59 (70) 2.96 (80) 2.41 (65) 2.74 (74) 3.30 (89) 3.41 (92) 3.04 (82) 4.22 (114)

PP Pct.

22.7% (27-119) 22.5% (27-120) 25.7% (36-140) 25.6% (30-117) 19.3% (21-109) 16.1% (14-87) 16.9% (21-124) 17.6% (23-131) 13.2% (15-114) 14.4% (21-146)

PK Pct.

87.1% (108-124) 79.4% (81-102) 85.9% (134-156) 76.9% (93-121) 79.9% (111-139) 85.4% (70-82) 81.1% (107-132) 78.3% (94-120) 81.1% (103-127) 68.3% (71-104)

Overall

33-10-1 24-13-1 23-15-1 23-14-3 18-12-7 15-19-3 14-20-4 13-18-5 13-16-5 6-27-1

* clinched playoff berth; # clinched home ice for quarterfinals; ! clinched top seed

Leaders (league games) Points 1. S. Abbott (ME) 38 2. J. Diamond (ME) 37 3. B. Flynn (ME) 35 4. C. Connolly (BU) 32 M. Nieto (BU) 32 Goals 1. J. Diamond (ME) 20 2. B. Almeida (BC) 17 3. S. Abbott (ME) 15 4. C. Kreider (BC) 14 B. Arnold (BC) 14 W. Megan (BU) 14 D. Arnold (UML) 14 GAA 1. P. Milner (BC) 2. D. Carr (UML) 3. J. Cannata (MC) 4. C. DeSmith (UNH) 5. K. Millan (BU)

1.85 2.17 2.28 2.29 2.39

Save Percentage 1. C. DeSmith (UNH) P. Milner (BC) 3. K. Millan (BU) D. Carr (UML) 5. J. Cannata (MC)

.928 .928 .927 .927 .923

NCAA Tournament First Round UMass-Lowell 4, Miami 3 (OT) BC 2, Air Force 0 Minnesota 7, BU 3 Minnesota-Duluth 5, Maine 2 Quarterfinals Boston College 4, MinnesotaDuluth 0 Union 4, UMass-Lowell 2

2012 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS (best-of-three series) #1 Boston College def. #8 UMass, 2-1, 3-2 #7 Providence def. #2 UML, 5-3, 2-3 OT, 1-0 #3 Boston U. def. #6 UNH, 2-3 2OT, 4-2, 5-4 2OT #4 Maine def. #5 Merrimack, 2-1, 2-5, 2-1

Semifinals BC 6, North Dakota 1

SEMIFINALS (TD Garden) #1 Boston College 4 def. #7 Providence 2 #4 Maine 5 def. #3 Boston University 3

CHAMPIONSHIP BC 4, Ferris State 1

CHAMPIONSHIP (TD Garden) #1 Boston College 4 def. #4 Maine 1

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM G: Parker Milner (BC) D: Brian Dumoulin (BC) D: Will O’Neill (MC) F: Alex Chiasson (BU) F: Joey Diamond (ME) F: Johnny Gaudreau (BC) MVP: Johnny Gaudreau, BC (Fr., F)

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2011-12 LEAGUE Statistics leaders Leading Scorers

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Rk. Player, School Cl. Pos. 1. Spencer Abbott, Maine Sr. F 2. Brian Flynn, Maine Sr. F 3. Joey Diamond, Maine Jr. F 4. Alex Chiasson, BU Jr. F 5. Chris Kreider, BC Jr. F 6. Johnny Gaudreau, BC Fr. F 7. Matt Nieto, BU So. F 8. Chris Connolly, BU Sr. F Barry Almeida, BC Sr. F 10. Riley Wetmore, UML Jr. F Steven Whitney, BC Jr. F Pat Mullane, BC Jr. F 13. Scott Wilson, UML Fr. F 14. T.J. Syner, UMass Sr. F 15. Bill Arnold, BC So. F 16. Conor Sheary, UMass So. F Stevie Moses, UNH Sr. F Nick Sorkin, UNH So. F 19. Michael Pereira, UMass So. F Kevin Goumas, UNH So. F Derek Arnold, UML So. F Matt Mangene, Maine Jr. F/D

Leading Goaltenders

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

(All Player, School Parker Milner, BC Doug Carr, UML Casey DeSmith, UNH Joe Cannata, MC Kieran Millan, BU Chris Rawlings, NU Dan Sullivan, Maine Alex Beaudry, PC Kevin Boyle, UMass Rob Madore, UVM

Leading Goaltenders Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

GP 39 40 37 38 44 44 37 38 44 38 44 44 37 36 42 36 37 37 35 36 38 40

G 21 18 25 15 23 21 16 9 22 14 16 10 16 13 17 12 22 9 17 9 17 16

A 41 30 22 31 22 23 26 31 18 25 23 29 22 24 19 23 13 26 17 25 17 18

Pts 62 48 47 46 45 44 42 40 40 39 39 39 38 37 36 35 35 35 34 34 34 34

Leading Scorers Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 11. 13. 14. 16. 19.

(Hockey East Games)

Player, School Spencer Abbott, Maine Joey Diamond, Maine Brian Flynn, Maine Matt Nieto, BU Chris Connolly, BU Scott Wilson, UML Chris Kreider, BC Alex Chiasson, BU Barry Almeida, BC Riley Wetmore, UML Derek Arnold, UML T.J. Syner, UMass Conor Sheary, UMass Bill Arnold, BC Steven Whitney, BC Michael Pereira, UMass Ryan Flanigan, Merrimack Sahir Gill, BU Matt Ferreira, UML Johnny Gaudreau, BC Matt Mangene, Maine Sebastian St책lberg, UVM Joseph Pendenza, UML

Cl. GP G A Sr. 27 15 23 Jr. 27 20 17 Sr. 27 12 23 So. 25 10 22 Sr. 26 6 26 Fr. 26 12 16 Jr. 27 14 14 Jr. 26 9 18 Sr. 27 17 10 Jr. 27 9 18 So. 27 14 12 Sr. 27 10 16 So. 27 8 17 So. 27 14 10 Jr. 27 8 16 So. 26 12 11 Sr. 26 7 16 So. 27 10 13 Sr. 26 9 13 Fr. 27 12 10 Jr. 27 10 12 Jr. 27 8 14 So. 27 7 15

Pts 38 37 35 32 32 28 28 27 27 27 26 26 25 24 24 23 23 23 22 22 22 22 22

2012-2013 Returners in BOLD Games) Cl. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr.

GP 34 33 22 36 35 31 36 37 21 28

Minutes 2055:47 1971:52 1285:36 2179:04 2120:22 1771:56 2088:04 2015:32 1140:56 1604:07

(Hockey East Games) Player, School Cl. GP Minutes Casey DeSmith, UNH Fr. 16 969:43 Parker Milner, BC Jr. 19 1132:17 Kieran Millan, BU Sr. 23 1333:17 Doug Carr, UML So. 24 1408:02 Joe Cannata, MC Sr. 27 1634:22 Chris Rawlings, NU Jr. 25 1427:04 Dan Sullivan, Maine So. 24 1367:40 Alex Beaudry, PC Sr. 27 1434:25 Kevin Boyle, UMass Fr. 14 717:27 Rob Madore, UVM Sr. 22 1275:34

W 29 22 9 17 20 12 22 13 8 5

L 5 10 10 12 14 14 11 19 7 21

W L 7 8 16 3 14 8 16 7 13 9 8 13 14 8 10 13 5 4 3 17

T GA 0 57 1 70 1 50 7 79 1 92 5 80 3 90 4 102 4 57 1 101

GAA Svs 1.66 852 2.13 909 2.33 623 2.18 977 2.60 1110 2.71 878 2.57 894 3.04 877 3.00 484 3.78 708

SO Save% 3 .937 4 .928 1 .926 2 .925 3 .923 1 .916 2 .909 3 .896 0 .895 0 .875

T 1 0 1 1 5 4 2 3 3 1

GAA 2.29 1.85 2.39 2.17 2.28 2.77 2.72 3.05 3.18 3.81

SO Save% 1 .928 1 .928 3 .927 3 .927 0 .923 1 .916 1 .909 1 .892 0 .890 0 .880

GA 37 35 53 51 62 66 62 73 38 81

Svs 475 449 677 646 743 720 617 606 308 563

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2011-12 WEEKLY/Monthly AWARDS

ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Week Player (School) Oct. 10 Brian Flynn (Maine) Oct. 17 Myles Harvey (PC) Oct. 24 Bill Arnold (BC)/Sebastian Stålberg (UVM) Oct. 31 Matt Mangene (Maine)/Ryan Flanigan (MC) Nov. 7 Tim Schaller (PC) Nov. 14 Conor Allen (UMass) Nov. 21 Ludwig Karlsson (NU) Nov. 28 Cody Ferriero (NU)/Stevie Moses (UNH) Dec. 5 Spencer Abbott (Maine) Dec. 12 Kieran Millan (BU) Dec. 19 Nick Bruneteau (UVM) Jan. 2 Spencer Abbott (Maine)/David Vallorani (UML) Jan. 9 Joey Diamond (Maine) Jan. 15 Stevie Moses (UNH) Jan. 23 Matt Mangene (Maine) Jan. 30 Cody Ferriero (NU)/Chris Kreider (BC) Feb. 6 Spencer Abbott (Maine) Feb. 13 Michael Pereira (UMass)/Tim Schaller (PC) Feb. 20 Alex Chiasson (BU) Feb. 27 Joey Diamond (Maine) March 5 Joseph Pendenza (UML) March 12 Alex Chiasson (BU) March 19 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) March 26 Parker Milner (BC) April 9 Parker Milner (BC)

PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Week Player (School) Oct. 10 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) Oct. 17 Terrence Wallin (UML) Oct. 24 Joseph Manno (NU) Oct. 31 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) Nov. 7 Scott Wilson (UML) Nov. 14 Scott Wilson (UML) Nov. 21 Casey Thrush (UNH) Nov. 28 Kyle Reynolds (UVM) Dec. 5 Terrence Wallin (UML) Dec. 12 Kevin Boyle (UMass) Dec. 19 None selected Jan. 2 Colin Markison (UVM) Jan. 9 Connor Toomey (MC) Jan. 15 Casey DeSmith (UNH) Jan. 23 Scott Wilson (UML) Jan. 30 Terrence Wallin (UML) Feb. 6 Scott Wilson (UML) Feb. 13 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) Feb. 20 Scott Wilson (UML) Feb. 27 Steve Mastalerz (UMass)/Trevor van Riemsdyk (UNH) March 5 Kevin Boyle (UMass) March 12 Ross Mauermann (PC) March 19 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) March 26 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) April 9 Johnny Gaudreau (BC) HOCKEY EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Week Player (School) Oct. 10 Kieran Millan (BU) Oct. 17 Chris Rawlings (NU) Oct. 24 Sam Marotta (MC) Oct. 31 Matt Di Girolamo (UNH) Nov. 7 Joe Cannata (MC) Nov. 14 Joe Cannata (MC) Nov. 21 Kieran Millan (BU) Nov. 28 Brian Billett (BC) Dec. 5 Alex Beaudry (PC)/Chris Rawlings (NU) Dec. 12 Chris Rawlings (NU) Dec. 19 Joe Cannata (MC)

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Jan. 2 Jan. 9 Jan. 15 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 March 5 March 12 March 19 March 26 April 9

Chris Rawlings (NU) Kieran Millan (BU) Joe Cannata (MC)/Steve Mastalerz (UMass) Kieran Millan (BU) Dan Sullivan (Maine) Casey DeSmith (UNH) Doug Carr (UML) Parker Milner (BC) Parker Milner (BC) Parker Milner (BC)/Dan Sullivan (ME) Kieran Millan (BU) Parker Milner (BC)/Will O’Neill (ME) Patrick Wey (BC) Brian Dumoulin (BC)

HOCKEY EAST TEAM OF THE WEEK Week School Oct. 10 Boston College Oct. 17 Providence College Oct. 24 Boston College Oct. 31 Merrimack College Nov. 7 New Hampshire Nov. 14 UMass-Lowell Nov. 21 Boston University Nov. 28 Northeastern Dec. 5 Northeastern/Providence College Dec. 12 Boston University Dec. 19 None selected Jan. 2 Northeastern Jan. 9 Maine/Massachusetts Jan. 15 Boston University Jan. 23 Maine Jan. 30 Maine Feb. 6 New Hampshire Feb. 13 Providence College Feb. 20 Boston College Feb. 27 Merrimack College March 5 Boston College March 12 Providence College March 19 Boston College April 9 Boston College MONTHLY AWARDS ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE MONTH Month Player (School) Oct. Bill Arnold (Boston College) Nov. Tim Schaller (Providence) Dec. Spencer Abbott (Maine) Jan. Joey Diamond (Maine) Feb. Spencer Abbott (Maine) March Parker Milner (Boston College) PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE MONTH Month Player (School) Oct. Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) Nov. Grayson Downing (UNH) Dec. Stephen Buco (UMass-Lowell) Jan. Kyle Reynolds (Vermont) Feb. Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) March Johnny Gaudreau (Boston College) HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH Month Player (School) Oct. Joe Cannata (Merrimack) Nov. Doug Carr (UMass-Lowell) Dec. Chris Rawlings (Northeastern) Jan. Doug Carr (UMass-Lowell) Feb. Parker Milner (Boston College) March Doug Carr (UMass-Lowell)

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2011-12 SEASON SUPERLATIVES SHUTOUTS Date Goalie 10/8 Kieran Millan (6) 10/14 Chris Rawlings (9) 10/22 Sam Marotta (1) 11/11 Alex Beaudry (2) 11/13 Kieran Millan (7) 11/18 Matt Di Girolamo (3) 11/19 Doug Carr (1) 11/23 Joe Cannata (6) 11/25 Doug Carr (2) 12/31 Joe Cannata (7) 1/11 Casey DeSmith (1) 1/20 Doug Carr (3) 1/21 Kieran Millan (8) 1/24 Alex Beaudry 2/4 Dan Sullivan (4) 2/10 Doug Carr 2/24 Parker Milner 2/25 Grant Rollheiser (1) 2/25 P. Milner/C. Venti 3/3 Dan Sullivan (5) 3/3 Parker Milner (3) 3/11 Alex Beaudry (4) 3/24 Parker Milner 3/25 Parker Milner

Team BU NU MC PC BU UNH UML MC UML MC UNH UML BU PC ME UML BC NU BC ME BC PC BC BC

Opponent Svs Result vs. UNH 35 W, 5-0 vs. UNH 27 W, 4-0 vs. UConn 25 W, 5-0 vs. UAH 21 W, 3-0 at BC 21 W, 5-0 vs. UML 31 W, 5-0 vs. UMass 16 W, 4-0 vs. UAH 19 W, 6-0 vs. UAH 20 W, 3-0 vs. Holy Cross 18 W, 3-0 vs. Providence 26 W, 1-0 vs. UNH 28 W, 4-0 at Providence 26 W, 8-0 vs. UML 29 W, 1-0 vs. UAH 20 W, 5-0 vs. MC 31 W, 3-0 at Providence 29 W, 3-0 at Vermont 18 W, 5-0 vs. Providence 29 W, 7-0 vs, UNH 32 W, 1-0 vs, Vermont 26 W, 4-0 at UML 29 W, 1-0 vs. Air Force 20 W, 2-0 vs. Minn.-Duluth 33 W, 4-0

40+ SAVES Date Goalie 12/2 Kevin Boyle 12/2 Kieran Millan 12/3 Brian Billett 12/3 Doug Carr 1/4 Rob Madore 1/6 Kieran Millan 2/11 Joe Cannata 2/13 Kieran Millan 2/18 Chris Rawlings 2/24 Casey DeSmith 3/9 Kieran Millan 3/11 Kieran Millan 3/11 Casey DeSmith 3/17 Parker Milner

Team UMass BU BC UML UVM BU MC BU NU UNH BU BU UNH BC

Opponent Svs Result vs. Harvard 40 T, 4-4 at Boston College 42 W, 5-3 at Boston U. 40 W, 6-1 at UNH 45 W, 5-3 at Maine 40 L, 1-3 vs. Merrimack 42 W, 4-2 vs. UNH 40 T, 1-1 vs. BC 44 L,2-3 OT vs. Providence 47 T, 2-2 at UMass 48 W, 4-3 vs. UNH 47 L, 2-3 OT vs. UNH 68 W, 5-4 OT at Boston U. 50 L, 4-5 OT vs. Maine 41 W, 4-1

INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Goals: 4 Assists: 5 Points: 5 Point Streak: 10 In League Play: 8 Goal Streak: 6 Saves: 68

Stevie Moses, UNH (1/14 vs. Dartmouth) Stevie Moses, UNH (11/26 vs. UAH) Nick Sorkin, UNH (11/26 vs. UAH) Spencer Abbott, ME (12/2 at UVM; 3-2-5) Nick Sorkin, UNH (11/26 vs. UAH; 0-5-5) Brian Flynn, ME (10/9 vs. NU; 1-4-5) Steve Quailer, NU (11/12 to 1/13; 6-9-15) Kevin Hayes, BC (10/15 to 11/13; 3-8-11) Matt Nieto, BU (10/8 to 11/5) Kieran Millan, BU (3/11 vs. UNH)

TEAM HIGHS Goals: 9 9 In league play: 8 Shots on Goal: 72 Consecutive Wins: 19 In league play: 15 Unbeaten Streak: 19

Northeastern at Notre Dame (12/2/11) New Hampshire vs. UAH (11/26/11) Boston University at Providence (1/21/12) New Hampshire at Boston U. (3/11/12) Boston College (1/27-Present) Boston College (1/27-Present) Boston College (1/27/12 to Present; 19-0-0)

HAT TRICKS Date Player 10/14 Michael Pereira (1) 11/4 Tim Schaller (1) 11/11 Conor Allen (1) 11/26 Stevie Moses (1) 12/2 Spencer Abbott (1) 1/14 Stevie Moses (2) 1/20 Danny Hobbs (1) 1/21 Matt Mangene (1) 1/21 Barry Almeida (1) 1/28 Cody Ferreiro (1) 2/11 Michael Pereira (2)

Team UMass PC UMass UNH ME UNH UMass ME BC NU UMass

OVERTIME GOALS Date Player 10/22 Bill Arnold 10/28 Brian Flynn 10/28 Kevin Goumas 10/29 Matt Nieto 11/5 Ryan Flanigan 11/11 Connor Toomey 11/26 Ross Gaudet 12/2 Ross Mauermann 12/30 David Vallorani 1/7 Michael Marcou 1/7 Brian Flynn 1/13 Brett Bruneteau 1/14 Garrett Noonan 1/20 Matt Mangene 1/21 Derek Arnold 1/21 John Heffernan 1/28 Barry Almeida 2/3 Stu Higgins 2/3 Vinny Saponari 2/4 Kevin McCarey 2/13 Bill Arnold 2/18 Drew MacKenzie 2/25 Alex Privitera 3/3 Vinny Saponari 3/9 Grayson Downing 3/9 Zack Kamrass 3/11 Alex Chiasson 3/23 Riley Wetmore

Team Opponent Score BC at NU W, 4-3 ME vs. Providence W, 5-4 UNH vs. Union W, 2-1 BU vs. UMass W, 5-4 MC at NU W, 3-2 MC at BU W, 3-2 BU vs. Cornell* W, 3-2 PC vs. Merrimack W, 2-1 UML vs. UConn* W, 4-3 UMass vs. Vermont* W, 3-2 ME vs. UNH W, 5-4 UVM vs. UML W, 3-2 BU at Harvard W, 4-3 ME vs. BC W, 4-3 UML at NU W, 3-2 MC at UNH W, 3-2 BC at UNH W, 3-2 ME vs. UAH W, 4-3 NU vs. UMass W, 4-3 UNH at Providence W, 3-2 BC vs. BU* W, 3-2 UVM at UNH W, 4-3 BU at UVM W, 3-2 NU vs. BU W, 5-4 UNH at BU W, 3-2 UML vs. Providence W, 3-2 BU vs. UNH W, 5-4 UML vs. Miami* W, 4-3

Opponent vs. Bentley vs. UVM vs. HC vs. UAH at UVM vs. Dart. vs. UVM vs. BC at ME at UVM vs. PC

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

11-12 SUPERLATIVES

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THE LAST TIME A player had four goals: Stevie Moses, UNH (1/14/12 vs. Dartmouth) A rookie had a hat trick: Stephane Da Costa, Merrimack (10/17/09 vs. Army; 5 goals) In league play: Mike Collins, MC, 1/29/11 vs. Vermont A defenseman had a hat trick: Conor Allen, UMass (11/11/11 vs Holy Cross) A goaltender recorded 50 saves: Andrew Brathwaite, Merrimack, 2/2/08 vs. Providence (50 saves) In league play: Kieran Millan, Boston U., 3/11/12 vs. UNH (68 saves)

A team won 10 games in a row: Boston College, 1/27/12 to Present (17 games) In league play: Boston College, 1/27/12 to Present (15 games) A team was unbeaten in 10 straight games: Boston College, 1/27/12 to Present (19 games; 19-0-0) In league play: Boston College, 1/27/12 to Present (15 games; 15-0-0) A team recorded 50 shots-on-goal: Merrimack, 1/1/11 at RIT (50 shots) In league play: New Hampshire, 3/11/12 at BU (72 shots)

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AWARDS

Six-Time Hockey East Coach of the Year New Hampshire’s Dick Umile

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ATHLETIC REPUBLIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR

This honor is awarded by the head coaches to one player among those nominated for consideration. A player receiving this recognition has demonstrated superior play and leadership for his team. Maine forward Spencer Abbott led the league as well as the nation in overall point production this season. Abbott is the fifth Black Bear to receive the league’s top player honor. He finished league play with 38 points (15g,23a) skating in all 27 conference games for the Black Bears. Boston College and New Hampshire players have earned 13 of the last 16 Hockey East Player of the Year honors, with former Terrier goalie John Curry breaking that trend in 2006-07, NU goalie Brad Thiessen in 2008-09 and Maine forward

Spencer Abbott

(Sr., F, Hamilton, Ont.) University of Maine 2011-12 Overall Hockey East

GP G 39 21 27 15

A 41 23

P 62 38

+/+14 +13

2011-12 Abbott Season Highlights: • One of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Award. • Named a First-Team All-American by the AHCA. • Tabbed Athletic Republic Hockey East Player of the Year and was the only unanimous First-Team Hockey East All-Star • Abbott notched a point in 19 of 27 league contests and posted at least one goal in nine games with five multi-goal games in league action. • Finished as the Hockey East Scoring Champion with 38 points and his 15 goals was third and 23 assists with tied for second. Maine’s Spencer Abbott accepts the Player of the Year trophy from Athletic Republic’s P.J. Vande Ryt

WALTER BROWN AWARD The GridIron Club of Greater Boston presents this award at the New England Hockey Writers banquet annually every April. The award is given to the best american born college hockey player in New England. The Walter Brown Award is the oldest nationally recognized honor accorded to individual players in the sport of American college hockey.

Walter Brown Award History

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

Player Tim Army Scott Harlow Brian Leetch Mike McHugh Greg Brown Dave Emma Rob Gaudreau Dave Sacco Jacques Joubert Mike Grier Jay Pandolfo Chris Drury Chris Drury Mike Mottau Mike Omicioli Mike Mottau Ty Conklin Brian Gionta Jim Fahey Mike Ayers Steve Saviano Chris Collins John Curry Kevin Regan Matt Gilroy Bobby Butler John Muse

Team Providence Boston College Boston College Maine Boston College Boston College Providence Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston University Boston College Providence Boston College New Hampshire Boston College Northeastern New Hampshire New Hampshire Boston College Boston University New Hampshire Boston University New Hampshire Boston College

Player Of The Year Award History Season Player Cl. Pos. Team 1984-85 Chris Terreri Jr. G Providence 1985-86 Scott Harlow Sr. F Boston College 1986-87 Brian Leetch Fr. D Boston College 1987-88 Mike McHugh Sr. F Maine 1988-89 Greg Brown So. D Boston College 1989-90 Greg Brown Jr. D Boston College 1990-91 David Emma Sr. F Boston College 1991-92 Scott Pellerin Sr. F Maine 1992-93 Paul Kariya Fr. F Maine 1993-94 Dwayne Roloson Sr, G UMass-Lowell 1994-95 Chris Imes Sr. D Maine 1996-96 Jay Pandolfo Sr. F Boston University 1996-97 Chris Drury Jr. F Boston University 1997-98 Chris Drury Sr. F Boston University 1998-99 Jason Krog Sr. F New Hampshire 1999-00 Ty Conklin So. G New Hampshire Mike Mottau Sr. D Boston College 2000-01 Brian Gionta Sr. F Boston College 2001-02 Darren Haydar Sr. F New Hampshire 2002-03 Mike Ayers Jr. G New Hampshire Ben Eaves Jr. F Boston College 2003-04 Steve Saviano Sr. F New Hampshire 2004-05 Patrick Eaves Jr. F Boston College 2005-06 Chris Collins Sr. F Boston College 2006-07 John Curry Sr. G Boston University 2007-08 Kevin Regan Sr. G New Hampshire 2008-09 Brad Thiessen Jr. G Northeastern 2009-10 Bobby Butler Sr. F New Hampshire 2010-11 Paul Thompson Sr. F New Hampshire 2011-12 Spencer Abbott Sr. F Maine

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PRO AMBITIONS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Sponsored by Pro Ambitions Hockey, this award is voted by the head coaches and is given to the first-year player who has shown skill, ability and leadership beyond that expected of a player in his rookie year. Scott Wilson (Oakville, Ont.) who finished tied with BC sniper Chris Kreider for sixth in league scoring and tied with UMass Lowell junior Riley Wetmore for the team scoring lead, averaging just over a point per game in both league and overall play. He is the sixth forward to win the award in the last seven seasons and he is the fourth UMassLowell player to win the award, the first since Peter Vetri in 2005. and the third River Hawk forward to earn the distinction.

Scott Wilson

(F, Oakville, Ont.) UMass-Lowell 2011-12 Overall Hockey East

GP G 37 16 26 12

A 22 16

P 38 28

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Wilson’s 11-12 Season Highlights: • Was one of three unanimous selections to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team. • Led all conference rookies with 28 points, 12 goals and 16 assists. • Recorded at least one point in 17 of 26 league contests and recorded at least one goal in nine games with two multiple goal efforts. • Overall UMass-Lowell owned a 11-3-0 record when Wilson scored a goal.

Rookie Of The Year Award History Season 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Player Pos Ken Hodge F Scott Young F Al Loring G Brian Leetch D Mario Thyer F Rob Gaudreau F Scott Pellerin F Scott Cashman G Jeff Levy G Craig Darby F Ian Moran D Paul Kariya F Greg Bullock F Mark Mowers F Marty Reasoner F Greg Koehler F Brian Gionta F Darren Haydar F Rick DiPietro G Chuck Kobasew F Sean Collins F Jimmy Howard G Michel Léveillé F Peter Vetri G Brandon Yip F Teddy Purcell F Colin Wilson F Kieran Millan G Stephane Da Costa F Charlie Coyle F Scott Wilson F

Team Boston College Boston University Maine Boston College Maine Providence Maine Boston University New Hampshire Providence Boston College Maine UMass-Lowell New Hampshire Boston College UMass-Lowell Boston College New Hampshire Boston University Boston College New Hampshire Maine Maine UMass-Lowell Boston University Maine Boston University Boston University Merrimack College Boston University UMass-Lowell

UML’s Scott Wilson was the fourth River Hawk to win Rookie of the Year honors

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM SELECTIONS Boston College: 28 Last: Johnny Gaudreau (2012) Boston University: 34 Last: Alexx Privitera (2012) Maine: 26 Last: Dan Sullivan (2011) Massachusetts: 8 Last: Michael Pereira (2011) UMass-Lowell: 13 Last: Zach Kamrass and Scott Wilson (2012) Merrimack: 13 Last: Mike Collins (2011) New Hampshire: 18 Last: Casey DeSmith and Trevor van Riemsdyk (2012) Northeastern: 19 Last: Ludwig Karlsson (2012) Providence: 15 Last: Ross Mauermann (2012) Vermont: Last: Kyle Reynolds (2012)

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THE HOCKEY HUMANITARIAN AWARD Arguably the highest individual honor in the sport of college ice hockey, the Hockey Humanitarian Award bridges the gender gap between the men’s and women’s game and any perceived talent gap between divisions. Annually presented to the athlete that best demonstrates the highest qualities of humanity, the award has become a symbol for everything that is right with college athletics, and it is an honor just to be nominated for the award, or to be selected as one of the five annual finalists. First given to Boston University’s J.P. McKersie in 1996, the prestigious award was claimed in back-to-back seasons by Hockey East athletes in 2003-04 (Northeastern goaltender Chanda Gunn) and 2004-05 (Boston College defenseman Sarah Carlson.) Maine’s Jim Leger was the other Hockey East winner, receiving the award for the 1999-2000 season. Northeastern’s Missy Elumba became the fifth recipient in HEA history in April of 2009 and most recently Boston College’s Brooks Dyroff become the league’s sixth recipient in 2011. Hockey East has also had seven Hockey Humanitarian finalists and had seven total finalists spanning four consecutive seasons between 2002-03 and 2005-06.

MISSION STATEMENT In an era of ever-increasing ego display, when so many of today’s athletes are sending the wrong message to our children and when success often seems measured solely by dollar signs and contract signings, it is time to call attention to individuals who embody all that is, and can be, right with sport. While the media often seem preoccupied with the antics of players after the whistle or outside the game - all the while decrying the absence of better role models for our youth - the Hockey Humanitarians want to put sports, and all of its participants, in the proper perspective. And, while team games, by definition, encompass both teamwork and the contributions of the individual to the success of the group as a whole, we want to acknowledge the accomplishments of personal character, scholarship, and the giving of oneself off the ice to the larger community as well. The Humanitarian Award is meant to be seen as a true measure of a person’s worth, not just as an athlete, but as someone who embodies those values that merit our recognition. It is our hope that in some small way such a display will have a positive influence on future generations of hockey players. We feel an obligation to help our children find the proper balance as they confront deciding who their role models are and what values they should embrace in this increasingly complex world. Our foundation believes there are Humanitarians to be found in programs everywhere and that it is time for many in the media to reconsider their focus on the frequently destructive and selfish behavior of those athletes who often receive too much of our attention. We feel that the great majority of us share the values represented by The Humanitarian Award and that the time has come for this message to be more widely disseminated.

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1996-97 1999-00 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2010-11

J.P. McKersie, Boston University Jim Leger, Maine Finalist: Craig Brown, UMass Lowell Finalist: Chanda Gunn, Northeastern Chanda Gunn, Northeastern Finalist: Patrick Foley, New Hampshire Sarah Carlson, Boston College Finalist: Peter Trovato, Massachusetts Finalists: Janelle Armitage, Connecticut Jaime Sifers, Vermont Finalist: Missy Elumba, Northeastern Missy Elumba, Northeastern Brooks Dyroff, Boston College

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THE HOBEY BAKER MEMORIAL AWARD

On April 7, 2000, Boston College captain Mike Mottau was named the winner of the annual Hobey Baker Award ahead of fellow BC finalists Jeff Farkas and Brian Gionta. Skating its third consecutive Hobey winner and sixth in 10 seasons, Hockey East earned the moniker “Home of the Hobey”. David Emma of Boston College was the league’s first Hobey Baker recipient in 1991. An outstanding rookie named Paul Kariya captured the award while leading his Maine team to a NCAA title in 1993 after fellow Black Bear Scott Pellerin had collected the prestigious trophy in 1992. Most recently in 2009, BU defenseman Matt Gilroy was the 29th recipient of the prestigious award. Gilroy notched a career-high 37 points in his senior campaign, while leading the Terriers to their fifth national title in school history. After a four-year hiatus, Hockey East commenced its second string of winners when BU’s Chris Drury was named college hockey’s most dominant player in 1998. New Hampshire’s Jason Krog added the trophy to his case in 1999 and Mottau completed Hockey East’s second triumvirate of winners when he stepped up to the medal stand in April of 2000. Three-time finalist Gionta fell just short of making it four in a row for Hockey East when he finished runner-up to Michigan State’s Ryan Miller in 2001. The Hobey Baker Award is presented annually to the most outstanding college hockey player in the United States. The Hobey Baker Award was initiated in 1981. Each year, a list of nominees from college coaches around the country is narrowed down to ten finalists and then narrowed down the three “Hobey Hat Trick”, from which the winner is selected.

David Emma – 1991 Boston College

Chris Drury – 1998 Boston University 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993

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Paul Kariya – 1993 University of Maine

Scott Pellerin – 1992 University of Maine

Jason Krog – 1999 New Hampshire

Mike Mottau – 2000 Boston College

HOCKEY EAST HOBEY BAKER AWARD FINALISTS

Tim Army, Providence Scott Harlow, Boston College Chris Terreri, Providence John Cullen, Boston University Craig Janney, Boston College Brian Leetch, Boston College David Capuano, Maine Mike Golden, Maine Greg Brown, Boston College David Capuano, Maine Tim Sweeney, Boston College Rick Bennett, Providence Greg Brown, Boston College David Emma, Boston College David Emma, Boston College Shawn McEachern, Boston University Jean-Yves Roy, Maine Scott Pellerin, Maine Rob Gaudreau, Providence Jean-Yves Roy, Maine Paul Kariya, Maine Jim Montgomery, Maine David Sacco, Boston University

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003

Dwayne Roloson, UMass Lowell Greg Bullock, UMass Lowell Chris Imes, Maine Mike Grier, Boston University Chris Drury, Boston University Jay Pandolfo, Boston University Chris Drury, Boston University Chris Drury, Boston University Jason Krog, New Hampshire Mark Mowers, New Hampshire Jason Krog, New Hampshire Brian Gionta, Boston College Steve Kariya, Maine Michel Larocque, Boston University Mike Mottau, Boston College Ty Conklin, New Hampshire Jeff Farkas, Boston College Brian Gionta, Boston College Ty Conklin, New Hampshire Brian Gionta, Boston College Jim Fahey, Northeastern Darren Haydar, New Hampshire Ben Eaves, Boston College

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Matt Gilroy – 2009 Boston University Winners in bold Thomas Pöck, Massachusetts Steve Saviano, New Hampshire Tony Voce, Boston College Patrick Eaves, Boston College Chris Collins, Boston College Greg Moore, Maine John Curry, Boston University Nathan Gerbe, Boston College Kevin Regan, New Hampshire Matt Gilroy, Boston University Viktor Stålberg, Vermont Brad Thiessen, Northeastern Colin Wilson, Boston University Bobby Butler, New Hampshire Gustav Nyquist, Maine Cam Atkinson, Boston College Gustav Nyquist, Maine Paul Thompson, New Hampshire Spencer Abbott, Maine Brian Dumoulin, Boston College

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www.HockeyEastOnline.com This award, named in honor of retired Boston College Head Coach Len Ceglarski, is given by the league to one player who has consistently demonstrated superior conduct and sportsmanship on the ice. The directors of Hockey East established the Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award in 1992. Each school nominates one player. The award is then voted upon by head coaches, sports information directors and league officials. Boston University forward Chris Connolly played in 26 games for the Terriers, recording 32 points (6g,26a) in league play to go along with a +13 plus/minus rating and only six penalty minutes. Connolly finished the season first in assists and tied for fourth in points scored among conference skaters. He is the third Terrier player to be bestowed the honor in the 21-year history of the award.

Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award History

BU’s Chris Connolly accepts the award from Chip Fagan of Gladiator

Season Player 1991-92 Joe Flanagan 1992-93 Shane Henry 1993-94 Michael Spalla 1994-95 Steve Thornton 1995-96 Todd Hall 1996-97 Steve Kariya 1997-98 Steve Kariya 1998-99 Steve Kariya 1999-00 Cory Larose 2000-01 Mike Jozefowicz 2001-02 Jon DiSalvatore 2002-03 Martin Kariya 2003-04 Steve Saviano 2004-05 Jason Guerriero 2005-06 Danny O’Brien 2006-07 Mike Lundin 2007-08 Chris Higgins 2008-09 Dean Strong 2009-10 Ben Smith 2010-11 Brian Flynn 2011-12 Chris Connolly

Cl. Pos. Team Sr. F New Hampshire Jr. F UMass Lowell Sr. D Boston College Sr. F Boston University Sr. D New Hampshire So. F Maine Jr. F Maine Sr. F Maine Sr. F Maine Sr. D Northeastern Jr. F Providence Sr. F Maine Sr. F New Hampshire Sr. F Northeastern Sr. F UMass Lowell Sr. D Maine Jr. F Boston University Sr. F Vermont Sr. F Boston College Jr. F Maine Sr. F Boston University

AWARDS

LEN Ceglarski SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

CHARLES HOLT TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

Hockey East proudly recognizes an entire team for its sportsmanlike play with the Charles E. Holt Sportsmanship Award, named after the former University of New Hampshire head coach. This award is given to the team which receives the lowest average penalty minutes per game over the course of regular season Hockey East play. The Team Sportsmanship Award was established by the league’s directors in 1992 and was renamed to honor Holt in 1998. The award is presented in the form of a shadow box with etched glass depicting the image of New Hampshire’s legendary coach. The University of New Hampshire won the Holt Team Sportsmanship Award for the seventh time in school history, which includes the last three seasons. The Wildcats averaged an league low 10.6 penalties minutes per game last season.

Holt Award History

Season 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Team Merrimack Boston College Northeastern New Hampshire New Hampshire Maine Maine Merrimack New Hampshire New Hampshire Maine Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Northeastern Northeastern Vermont Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Providence College New Hampshire New Hampshire New Hampshire

PMPG 14.8 15.1 16.9 14.3 14.6 15.7 15.9 14.9 14.9 14.0 14.9 11.8 10.6 10.5 12.3 13.9 10.8 10.1 10.4 8.8 10.1 10.6

UNH’s Dick Umile accepts the 2011-2012 Holt Team Sportsmanship Award from Ashley and Brenda Mullaney

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Other Awards and Honors

AWARDS

Old Time Hockey Best Defensive Defenseman

BC’s Brian Dumoulin, presented by Eric and Chris Magnusson

Season 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Player Steve O’Brien Mike Mottau Bobby Allen Chris Dyment Cliff Loya Andrew Alberts Prestin Ryan Tim Judy Peter Harrold Sean Sullivan Joe Charlebois Louis Liotti Justin Braun Brian Dumoulin Brian Dumoulin

Cl. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr.

Team New Hampshire Boston College Boston College Boston University Maine Boston College Maine Northeastern Boston College Boston University New Hampshire Northeastern Massachusetts Boston College Boston College

Gladiator Best Defensive Forward

BU’s Chris Connolly presented by Gladiator’s Chip Fagan

Season 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Player Travis Dillabough Chris Drury Doug Nolan John Sadowski Mike Lephart Mike Pandolfo Mark Mullen Todd Jackson Preston Callander Brad Zancanaro Joe Rooney Matt Greene Joe Vitale Ben Holmstrom Tanner House Chris Connolly

Cl. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Team Providence Boston University UMass-Lowell New Hampshire Boston College Boston University Boston University Maine New Hampshire Boston University Boston College Boston College Northeastern UMass-Lowell Maine Boston University

Army ROTC Three Stars Award

BU’s Kieran Millan accepts his award from Major Mike Allain from the Massachusetts Army National Guard

Season 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Player Brian Gionta Colin Hemingway Ben Eaves Joe Exter Keni Gibson Patrick Eaves Ryan Shannon Chris Collins Cory Schneider John Curry Bryan Ewing Brad Thiessen Bobby Butler Paul Thompson Kieran Millan

Cl. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pos. F F F G G F F F G G F G F F G

Team Boston College New Hampshire Boston College Merrimack Northeastern Boston College Boston College Boston College Boston College Boston University Boston University Northeastern New Hampshire New Hampshire Boston University

William Flynn Tournament MVP

This award, named in honor of the former Boston College Athletics Director, is given to the Most Valuable Player in the Hockey East Championship Tournament, as voted by a panel of writers and broadcasters. Freshman forward Johnny Gaudreau won the award with seven points (3g,4a) in four contests for the Eagles, including three points (2g,1a) with the game-winning goal in the Hockey East Championship Game vs. Maine. He becomes the 11th Eagle to win Tournament MVP honors and is the fifth freshman to win the honor and the fourth Eagles freshman to win the award. Past freshman recipients of the award have been: Brian Leetch (BC - 1987), Scott LaGrand (BC- 1990), Chuck Kobasew (BC - 2001) and Kieran Millan (BU - 2009). A complete list of past winners is available on page 60.

Team Championships

Hockey East awards team trophies to the regular season champion(s) and to the tournament champion. Boston College clinched the regular season title on March 3, 2012 vs. Vermont at Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Mass with a 4-0 shutout of the Catamounts. The Eagles won their league-record 11th Hockey East Tournament Title at the TD Garden, defeating Maine, 4-1, to bring their record to 11-5 in Hockey East Championship Games. A complete list of the past winners is available on pages 59 and 60.

Weekly

and Monthly Awards During the regular season, weekly awards are given to a Player of the Week, a Rookie of the Week and a Defensive Player of the Week. The conference staff chooses the honorees, with help from SID’s and coaches. Player of the Month, Goaltender of the Month and Rookie of the Month are chosen in the same manner. Recipients of these honors during the 2011-12 season are listed on page 88.

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HOCKEY EAST ALL-STARS Boston College (69) Andrew Alberts (2004, 2005) Bobby Allen (2000, 2001) Barry Almeida (2012) Cam Atkinson (2010, 2011) Blake Bellefeuille (2000) Brian Boyle (2006, 2007) Brock Bradford (2009) Doug Brown (1985, 1986) Greg Brown (1989*, 1990*) Chris Collins (2006*) Ted Crowley (1991) Brian Dumoulin (2011, 2012) Ben Eaves (2002, 2003*) Patrick Eaves (2004, 2005*) Bob Emery (1986) David Emma (‘89, ‘90, ‘91*) Jeff Farkas (2000) J.D. Forrest (2003) Nathan Gerbe (2007, 2008) Brian Gibbons (2010, 2011) Brian Gionta (‘98!, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01*) Scott Gordon (1986) Peter Harrold (2006) Scott Harlow (1985, 1986*) Steve Heinze (1990) David Hymovitz (1996) Craig Janney (1987) Matti Kaltiainen (2004) Chuck Kobasew (2001!) Chris Kreider (2012) Krys Kolanos (2001) Scott LaGrand (1991) Brian Leetch (1987*!) David Littman (1988, 1989) Mike Mottau (‘98, ‘99, ‘00*) John Muse (2011) Marty Reasoner (1997, 1998) Cory Schneider (2006) Ryan Shannon (2004, 2005) Dan Shea (1987, 1988) Michael Spalla (1994) Kevin Stevens (1987) Bob Sweeney (1985) Tim Sweeney (1989) Tony Voce (2002, 2004) Boston University (65) Tony Amonte (1991) Pat Aufiero (2000) Rich Brennan (1994) Scott Cashman (1990!) Adam Clendening (2012) Colby Cohen (2010) Jon Coleman (1996, 1997) Chris Connolly (2012)

Carl Corazzini (2001) John Cullen (‘85, ‘86, ‘87) John Curry (‘05, ‘06, ‘07*) Tom Dion (1992) Rick DiPietro (2000!) Clark Donatelli (1986) Chris Drury (‘96, ‘97*, ‘98*) Chris Dyment (2000, 2002) Bryan Ewing (2008) Matt Gilroy (‘07, ‘08, ‘09) Mike Grier (1995) Derek Herlofsky (1994) Jacques Joubert (1994) Chris Kelleher (1998) Mike Kelfer (1988, 1989) Michel Larocque (1998, 1999) Kaj Linna (1993, 1995) Pete MacArthur (‘06, ‘07, ‘08) Shawn McEachern (1990, 1991) Freddy Meyer (2003) Kieran Millan (2009!, 2011) Bryan Miller (2005) Tom Noble (1997) Garrett Noonan (2012) Chris O’Sullivan (1995) Kevin O’Sullivan (1992, 1993) Jay Pandolfo (1996*) Tom Poti (1998) David Quinn (1986) David Sacco (1992, 1993) Kevin Shattenkirk (2009) Scott Shaunessy (1985, 1986) Dan Spang (2006) Sean Sullivan (2007) Terry Taillefer (1986) David Warsofsky (2011) Colin Wilson (2009) Maine (56) Spencer Abbott (2012*) Blair Allison (1995, 1996) Bob Beers (1989) Ben Bishop (2008) Keith Carney (1990, 1991) David Capuano (1988, 1989) Jack Capuano (1987, 1988) David Cullen (1999) Joey Diamond (2012) Niko Dimitrakos (2002) Jeff Dimmen (2010) Mike Dunham (1993) Brian Flynn (2012) Mike Golden (1988) Jimmy Howard (2004) Todd Jackson (2004) Chris Imes (‘92, ‘93, ‘95*)

Martin Kariya (2003) Paul Kariya (1993*!) Steve Kariya (1999) Scott King (‘88, ‘89, ‘90) Cory Larose (2000) Mike Latendresse (1994) Lucas Lawson (2003) Michel Léveillé (2006, 2007) Tim Lovell (1996) Mike Lundin (2007) Jason Mansoff (1997) Mike McHugh (1988*) Peter Metcalf (2002) Jim Montgomery (‘91, ‘92, ‘93) Greg Moore (2006) Mike Morrison (2002) Francis Nault (2003) Gustav Nyquist (2010, 2011) Scott Pellerin (1992*) Jean-Yves Roy (1991, 1992) Prestin Ryan (2004) Colin Shields (2004) Garth Snow (1992, 1993) Josh Soares (2007) Jeff Tory (1995!, 1996) Josh Van Dyk (2011) Eric Weinrich (1987) Massachusetts (9) Justin Braun (2009, 2010) Marvin Degon (2006) Mike Kostka (2008) James Marcou (2009, 2010) Thomas Pöck (2003, 2004) Jon Quick (2007) UMass-Lowell (25) Paul Ames (1985, 1987) Greg Bullock (1994, 1995) Anthony Cappelletti (1999) Doug Carr (2012) Dave Delfino (1987) Jeremy Dehner (2010) Maury Edwards (2009) Kory Falite (2008) Ron Hainsey (2001) Shane Henry (1993, 1994) Carter Hutton (2010) Ed McGrane (2002, 2003) Jon Morris (1987) Mike Murray (1993) Mike Nicholishen (1997, 1998) Mark Richards (1992) Dwayne Roloson (1994*) Christian Sbrocca (1996) Carl Valimont (1988) Ben Walter (2005) Merrimack (8) Anthony Aquino (2001) Joe Cannata (2012) Stephane Da Costa (2011) Joe Exter (2003) Martin Legault (1995, 1997) Bryan Schmidt (2005) Rejean Stringer (1999)

Brian Gionta is the only player ever to be named a Hockey East All-Star in each of his four seasons

New Hampshire (46) Mike Ayers (2002, 2003*) Derek Bekar (1998) Bobby Butler (2010 *) Eric Boguniecki (1997) Sean Collins (2005) Ty Conklin (‘99!, ‘00*, ‘01) Rob Donovan (1993) Jayme Filipowicz (1999) Brad Flaishans (2008) Eric Flinton (1995) Matt Fornataro (2008) Brian Foster (2010) Lanny Gare (2003) Todd Hall (1996)

Darren Haydar (‘99!, ‘00, ‘02*) Colin Hemingway (2002, 2003) Blake Kessel (2010, 2011) Jason Krog (‘97, ‘98, ‘99*) Jeff Levy (1991!) Scott Malone (1994) Mark Mowers (‘96, ‘97, ‘98) Chris Murray (2007) Tim Murray (1997) Mike Radja (2008) Kevin Regan (2008*) Steve Saviano (2004*) Mike Souza (2000) Trevor Smith (2007) Garrett Stafford (2002) Craig Switzer (2008) Paul Thompson (2011*) James van Riemsdyk (2009) Daniel Winnik (2006) Brian Yandle (2005, 2006) Northeastern (32) J.F. Aube (1994) Jim Averill (1985) Francois Bouchard (1994) Dave Buda (1989) Rob Cowie (‘89, ‘90, ‘91) Brian Dowd (1988) Jim Fahey (2001, 2002) Paul Fitzsimmons (1986) Keni Gibson (2005) Ryan Ginand (2009) Jason Guerriero (2005) Jay Heinbuck (1986) Rod Isbister (1985) Claude Lodin (1986, 1988) Wade MacLeod (2011) Dan McGillis (1995, 1996) Harry Mews (1989, 1990) Mike Morris (2005) David O’Brien (1988) Bruce Racine (1985!, 1987) Marc Robitaille (1998) Jordon Shields (1995) Mike Taylor (1994) Brad Thiessen (2009*) Joe Vitale (2008)

ALL-STARS

The Hockey East All-Star teams spotlight the best talents that each position and each season has to offer. Selected by a vote of the league’s 10 head coaches, the All-Stars are often just as strong in character as they are in skill.

Providence (22) Tim Army (1985) Rick Bennett (1990) Mike Boback (1990, 1992) Gord Cruickshank (1986, 1987) Dan Dennis (1996) Rob Gaudreau (1991, 1992) Jim Hughes (1989) Shaun Kane (1991) Matt Libby (2001) Mike Omicioli (1999) Chad Quenneville (1995) Devin Rask (2001) Nolan Schaefer (2001) Jeff Serowik (1990) Peter Taglianetti (1985) Matt Taormina (2008) Chris Terreri (1985*) Stephen Wood (2003, 2004) VERMONT (1) Viktor Stålberg (2009) (KEY) * – Player of the Year ! – Rookie of the Year Current players in bold

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

CCM HOCKEY ALL-AMERICA Teams Hockey East placed four players (Two First-Team, Two Second-Team) on All-America teams in 2011-12. Hobey Baker finalists Spencer Abbott (Maine) and Brian Dumoulin (BC) headlined the group on the First-Team, along with BC’s Barry Almeida and Merrimack’s Joe Cannata on the Second-Team. In 2003-04, the league set a record with 11 of the 12 AllAmericans on the East side, coming from HEA. The CCM Hockey All-American Teams are selected by the American Hockey Coaches Association. A total of 192 All-Americans (91 First-Team, 101 Second-Team) have played in the 28-year history of the league. 1984-85 Tim Army Chris Terreri Jim Averill Doug Brown Bob Sweeney Peter Taglianetti

PC PC NU BC BC PC

F G D F F D

1985-86 Scott Harlow Doug Brown John Cullen Clark Donatelli Jay Octeau Chris Terreri

BC BC BU BU BU PC

F F F F D G

1986-87 Craig Janney Brian Leetch Bruce Racine Jon Morris Kevin Stevens Eric Weinrich

BC BC NU UL BC ME

F D G F F D

1987-88 David Capuano Jack Capuano Bruce Racine Gord Cruickshank Brian Dowd Mike Golden Mike McHugh

ME ME NU PC NU ME ME

F D G F D F F

1988-89 Greg Brown David Capuano Bob Beers Rick Bennett David Littman Tim Sweeney

BC ME ME PC BC BC

D F D F G F

1989-90 Greg Brown Rob Cowie David Emma Steve Heinze Keith Carney Jean-Yves Roy

BC NU BC BC ME ME

D D F F D F

1990-91 Keith Carney ME David Emma BC Shawn McEachern BU Jean-Yves Roy ME Peter Ahola BU Ted Crowley BC Jeff Levy UNH Jim Montgomery ME

D F F F D D G F

1991-92 Scott Pellerin ME F Jean-Yves Roy ME F David Sacco BU F Domenic Amodeo UNH F Tom Dion BU D Rob Gaudreau PC D Scott LaGrand BC G

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1992-93 Mike Dunham Chris Imes Paul Kariya David Sacco Cal Ingraham Kaj Linna Jim Montgomery

ME ME ME BU ME BU ME

G D F F F D F

1993-94 Mike Pomichter BU F Dwayne Roloson UML G Rich Brennan BU D Shane Henry UML F Jacques Joubert BU F J.P. McKersie BU G Chad Quenneville PC F 1994-95 Blair Allison ME G Greg Bullock UML F Mike Grier BU F Chris Imes ME D Kaj Linna BU D Chris O’Sullivan BU F Chad Quenneville PC F Jeff Tory ME D 1995-96 Dan McGillis Jay Pandolfo Jeff Tory Jon Coleman Chris Drury

NU BU ME BU BU

1996-97 Jon Coleman BU Chris Drury BU Chris Kelleher BU Jason Krog UNH Tim Murray UNH

D F D D F D F D F D

1997-98 Chris Drury BU F Mark Mowers UNH F Marty Reasoner BC F Tom Poti BU D Marc Robitaille NU G Brian Gionta BC F Chris Kelleher BU D Mike Mottau BC D 1998-99 David Cullen ME D Brian Gionta BC F Steve Kariya ME F Jason Krog UNH F Mike Mottau BC D Jayme Filipowicz UNH D Michel Larocque BU G Rejean Stringer MC F 1999-2000 Jeff Farkas Brian Gionta Mike Mottau Ty Conklin Chris Dyment Cory Larose

BC BC BC UNH BU ME

F F D G D F

2000-01 Bobby Allen BC D Ty Conklin UNH G Brian Gionta BC F Carl Corazzini BU F Ron Hainsey UML D Krys Kolanos BC F Devin Rask PC F Nolan Schaefer PC G

2007-08 Nathan Gerbe Matt Gilroy Mike Radja Kevin Regan Bryan Ewing Matt Fornataro Brad Flaishans Pete MacArthur

2001-02 Jim Fahey NU D Darren Haydar UNH F Colin Hemingway UNH F Niko Dimitrakos ME F Chris Dyment BU D Ben Eaves BC F Peter Metcalf ME D

2008-09 Matt Gilroy BU D Viktor Stålberg UVM F Brad Thiessen NU G Colin Wilson BU F Maury Edwards UML D James Marcou UM F Kevin Shattenkirk BU D

2002-03 Ben Eaves BC F Freddy Meyer BU D Mike Ayers UNH G J.D. Forrest BC D Lanny Gare UNH F Colin Hemingway UNH F

2009-10 Bobby Butler UNH F Gustav Nyquist ME F Colby Cohen BU D Brian Foster UNH G Blake Kessel UNH D Justin Braun UM D

2003-04 Andrew Alberts BC D Thomas Pöck UM D Steve Saviano UNH F Tony Voce BC F Patrick Eaves BC F Jimmy Howard ME G Todd Jackson ME F Prestin Ryan ME D Ryan Shannon BC F Colin Shields ME F Stephen Wood PC D

2010-11 Cam Atkinson BC F Blake Kessel UNH D Gustav Nyquist ME F Paul Thompson UNH F Stephane Da Costa MC F John Muse BC G Gustav Nyquist ME F

2004-05 Andrew Alberts BC D Sean Collins UNH F Patrick Eaves BC F Jason Guerriero NU F Ryan Shannon BC F Brian Yandle UNH D 2005-06 Chris Collins BC Peter Harrold BC Greg Moore ME Dan Spang BU Cory Schneider BC Brian Boyle BC John Curry BU Michel Léveillé ME Brian Yandle UNH

F D F D G F G F D

2011-12 Spencer Abbott Brian Dumoulin Barry Almeida Joe Cannata

BC BU UNH UNH BU UNH UNH BU

ME BC BC MC

F D F G F F D F

F D F G

Bold type indicates First-Team All-America selections

2006-07 Brian Boyle BC F John Curry BU G Michel Léveillé ME F Matt Gilroy BU D Jon Quick UMA G Trevor Smith UNH F Sean Sullivan BU D

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BOB KULLEN COACH OF THE YEAR

This award is given in the name of the late Bob Kullen, who served as head coach of the UNH Wildcats. The award goes to the head coach who is considered to have demonstrated the highest number of significant accomplishments over the course of the season as voted by the conference’s head coaches. oach f he ear ward istory UMass-Lowell’s Norm Bazin was nearly unanimous choice as Hockey East’s Bob Kullen Coach of the Year, as he steered a River Hawk team from last place to second Season Coach Team place in just his first year behind his alma mater’s bench. The River Hawks managed 1984-85 Len Ceglarski Boston College 17 league wins this year, winning seven of their nine series and losing only one (vs. 1985-86 Jack Parker Boston University first-place Boston College), marking one of the best single-season turnarounds in league 1986-87 Bill Riley, Jr. Lowell history. Bazin set the Division I hockey record for largest turnaround by a first-year 1987-88 Shawn Walsh Maine coach, guiding the River Hawks to 18 more wins than last season. 1988-89 Fern Flaman Northeastern Dick Umile has won the award a league-record six times in the 28-year history of 1989-90 Shawn Walsh Maine the league.

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UMass-Lowell’s Norm Bazin accepts Hockey East Coach of the Year honors from Cathy Kullen Leach

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1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

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Dick Umile Jack Parker Shawn Walsh Bruce Crowder Shawn Walsh Bruce Crowder Dick Umile Bruce Crowder Dick Umile Jack Parker Paul Pooley Dick Umile Don Cahoon Jerry York Jack Parker Jack Parker Dick Umile Kevin Sneddon Greg Cronin Mark Dennehy Dick Umile Jerry York Norm Bazin

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New Hampshire Boston University Maine UMass Lowell Maine UMass Lowell New Hampshire Northeastern New Hampshire Boston University Providence New Hampshire Massachusetts Boston College Boston University Boston University New Hampshire Vermont Northeastern Merrimack New Hampshire Boston College UMass-Lowell

SPENCER T. PENROSE AWARD

CLARK HODDER AWARD

The American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) annually selects the NCAA Division I Coach of the Year and presents him with the Penrose Award. The trophy is named in memory of Spencer T. Penrose, the man whose fortune in gold and copper built the famous Broadmoor Hotel and athletic complex in Colorado Springs, Co., the site of the first 10 NCAA hockey championships. BU’s Jack Parker was most recent Hockey East coach to win the honor in 2009. It marked third time in his career that he was the recipient of the award.

Each spring, the New England Hockey Writers and Broadcasters select a Division I Coach of the Year Award for New England schools. The award, named after former Harvard University head coach Clark Hodder, has been dominated in recent years by Hockey East head coaches, who have won 26 of the 28 presented since the league’s inaugural season of 1984-85.

Penrose Award History Season 1985 1995 1996 1999 2002 2009

Coach Len Ceglarski Shawn Walsh Bruce Crowder Richard Umile Tim Whitehead Jack Parker

(Hockey East winners)

Team Boston College Maine UMass Lowell New Hampshire Maine Boston University

Pre-1985 winners with ties to Hockey East: 1966, 1973 Len Ceglarski Boston College 1982 Fern Flaman Northeastern 1969, 1974, 1979 Charlie Holt UNH 1975, 1978 Jack Parker Boston University 1977 Jerry York Clarkson

Hodder Award History Coach Jack Parker Richard Umile Shawn Walsh Bruce Crowder Don Cahoon Mark Dennehy Ron Anderson Norm Bazin Len Ceglarski Greg Cronin Bob Kullen Mike McShane Paul Pooley Bill Riley, Jr. Jerry York

Pre-1985 winners Len Ceglarski Fern Flaman Charlie Holt Lou Lamoriello Jack Parker

COACH OF THE YEAR

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Team Boston University New Hampshire Maine UMass-Lowell Massachusetts Merrimack Merrimack UMass-Lowell Boston College Northeastern New Hampshire Providence Providence Lowell Boston College

Seasons ‘86, ‘00, ‘05, ‘06 ‘91, ‘99, ‘02, ‘08 ‘88, ‘93, ‘95 1994, 1996 2003, 2007 2010, 2011 1997 2012 1985 2009 1990 1989 2001 1987 2004

with ties to Hockey East: Boston College 1973 Northeastern 1982 New Hampshire 1977, 1979 Providence 1980 Boston University 1978, 1984

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WINNINGEST COACHES The year after Boston College’s Jerry York surpassed 800 wins, Boston University’s Jack Parker accomplished the same feat, and is 16 wins from York for a tie for second on the all-time wins list. However, Parker still leads the list in Hockey East all-time wins, with 361. In 2006-2007, UNH head coach Dick Umile passed the late Shawn Walsh of Maine to assume the No. 2 spot behind Parker and currently has amassed 282 league wins heading into the 2011-12 season. Jerry York

All-Time Win Leaders

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Coach Ron Mason Jerry York Jack Parker Rick Comley Red Berenson

Jack Parker School(s) LSSU, BGSU, Michigan State Clarkson, BGSU, Boston College Boston University LSSU, Northern Michigan, Michigan State Michigan

Active Win Percentage Leaders

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

Coach Jeff Jackson Red Berenson Dave Hakstol Wayne Wilson Dean Blais Jack Parker Dick Umile Don Lucia Mike Schafer Jerry York

School(s) Lake Superior, Notre Dame Michigan North Dakota RIT North Dakota, Nebraska-Omaha Boston University New Hampshire Alaksa, Colorado College, Minnesota Cornell Clarkson, Bowling Green, Boston College

All-Time Hockey East Win Leaders Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Coach Jack Parker Dick Umile Jerry York Shawn Walsh Tim Whitehead Len Ceglarski Bruce Crowder Paul Pooley Don Cahoon Blaise MacDonald Mike McShane Kevin Sneddon Fernie Flaman Greg Cronin Bill Riley, Jr. Mark Dennehy Ron Anderson Tim Army Ben Smith Chris Serino Joe Mallen Bob Kullen Norm Bazin Charlie Holt Steve Stirling Steve Cedorchuk Don McKenney Nate Leaman Jim Madigan Dave O’Connor

Seasons 1967-2002 1973-present 1974-present 1973-2011 1985-present

Years 36 40 39 38 28

Seasons Record 1990 - 342-149-55 1984 - 752-352-77 2004 - 213-106-30 1999 - 252-125-39 1994 - 317-165-47 1973 - 873-459-113 1990 - 497-266-87 1988 - 596-328-83 1996 - 332-182-63 1973 - 913-557-94

(Hockey East regular-season games only; sorted by wins)

School(s) Boston University New Hampshire Boston College Maine UMass-Lowell, Maine Boston College UML, Northeastern Providence Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Providence Vermont Northeastern Maine, Northeastern Lowell Merrimack Merrimack Providence Northeastern Merrimack Massachusetts New Hampshire UMass-Lowell New Hampshire Providence Boston College Northeastern Providence Northeastern New Hampshire

Seasons Years 1984-present 28 1990-present 22 1994-present 18 1984-2001 17 1996-present 16 1984-1992 9 1991-2005 14 1994-2005 10 2000-2012 12 2001-2011 10 1985-1994 9 2005-present 6 1984-1989 5 1996, 05-11 6 1984-1991 7 2005-present 6 1989-1998 9 2005-2011 6 1991-1996 5 1998-2005 7 1994-2000 6 1986-1990 4 2011-present 1 1984-1986 2 1984-1985 1 1992-1994 2 1989-1991 2 2011-present 1 2011-present 1 1987-1988 1

W 406 310 260 226 191 140 125 108 107 95 89 68 66 63 62 58 56 47 40 40 30 22 17 17 15 13 12 10 9 6

L 224 158 144 154 170 64 166 123 171 130 114 86 74 73 122 108 140 88 60 105 100 50 9 48 14 27 26 14 14 18

T 86 75 56 33 44 11 42 33 32 33 23 35 12 26 10 23 11 27 17 23 14 7 1 3 5 8 4 3 4 2

Wins 926 913 873 783 752

Avg. 25.7 22.8 22.5 20.6 26.9

Pct. .677 .669 .653 .653 .644 .643 .636 .633 .630 .614

Pct. .627 .640 .620 .586 .526 .677 .438 .472 .397 .432 .445 .452 .474 .463 .345 .368 .297 .373 .415 .307 .257 .323 .648 .272 .514 .354 .333 .426 .407 .269

Reg. Tourney Titles Titles 8 7 8 2 5 9 3 4 0 1 6 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Hockey East is proud to announce a league-record 100 student-athletes were named to the league’s 2011-12 All-Academic Team in the conferences 28th season of play. Each student-athlete achieved a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better in each of the two academic periods during which he was actively competing. Providence senior forward Andy Balysky (Randolph, N.J.), Merrimack senior forward Ryan Flanigan (Rochester, N.Y.) and Northeastern senior forward Mike McLaughlin (Seaforth, Ont.) shared the distinction as Hockey East Top-Scholar Athletes, as the trio earned perfect 4.0 GPA’s for the season. The league also honored five student-athletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Vermont senior forward Matt Marshall (Hingham, Mass.) and Boston University senior defenseman Ryan Ruikka (Chelsea, Mich.) were honored as “Distinguised Scholars”, along with Balysky, Flanigan and McLaughlin.

The 2011-12 All-Academic Team McCarthy, Tom (Merrimack, D) ** Albertson, Ben (Vermont, F) *** McLaughlin, Mike (Northeastern, F) + Allen, Conor (Massachusetts, D) ** (Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete, 4.00 GPA) Andersson, Theo (Maine, F) *** Moccia, Anthony (Boston University, G) Anthoine, Mark (Maine, F) Montagna, Mike (Vermont, F) Auvenshine, Emerson (Massachusetts, F) Mountain, Bryan (Northeastern, G) *** Balysky, Andy (Providence, F) + (Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete, 4.00 GPA) Mountain, Kyle (Vermont, F) Mullane, Pat (Boston College, F) Bergland, Matt (Providence, F) ** Murphy, Kyle (Providence, F) Block, Austin (New Hampshire, F) Nemec, Mark (Maine, D) *** Bly, Rhett (Merrimack, F) New, Danny (Providence, D) Borisenok, Mike (New Hampshire, F) Norman, Bill (Maine, D) Boulanger, Marc (UMass-Lowell, G) ** O’Connor, Brice (Maine, D) *** Brickler, Tyler (UMass-Lowell, F) Oskroba, Ben (Northeastern, D) Bruneteau, Brett (Vermont, F) Pavelski, Scott (New Hampshire, F) *** Bruneteau, Nick (Vermont, D) Pendenza, Joseph (UMass-Lowell, F) ** Brodhag, Brandon (Merrimack, F) Pereira, Michael (Massachusetts, F) Brown, David (Providence, F) ** Randall, Ryan (New Hampshire, D) Brown, Patrick (Boston College, F) ** Rawlings, Chris (Northeastern, G) Camper, Jay (New Hampshire, F) Reynolds, Kyle (Vermont, F) Cannata, Joe (Merrimack, G) Rollheiser, Grant (Boston University, G) Carr, Doug (UMass-Lowell, G) ** Rooney, Chris (Providence, F) Cerretani, Andrew (Maine, F) Rutt, Jake (Maine, D) Cornell, Mike (Maine, D) ** Ruhwedel, Chad (UMass-Lowell, D) ** Cross, Damian (Providence, F) Ruikka, Ryan (Boston University, D) + Czepiel, Kevin (Massachusetts, F) Seeley, Josh (Maine, G) ** DeAngelo, Peter (Massachusetts, F) Shamanski, Steven (Providence, D) ** DeCenzo, Anthony (Vermont, F) ** Sheen, Elliott (Merrimack, F) Demers, Simon (Merrimack, D) Silengo, Jeff (New Hampshire, F) DiGirolamo, Matt (New Hampshire, G) *** Sit, Michael (Boston College, F) Doerring, Blake (Vermont, D) Stollery, Karl (Merrimack, D) *** Dyroff, Brooks (Boston College, F) *** Sullivan, Dan (Maine, G) ** Ferreira, Matt (UMass-Lowell, F) Swavely, Jon (Maine, F) ** Flanigan, Ryan (Merrimack, F) + (Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete, 4.00 GPA) Teglia, Jeff (Massachusetts, G) ** Thompson, Shayne (UMass-Lowell, F) ** Flynn, Brian (Maine, F) ** Thrush, Casey (New Hampshire, F) Gaudet, Ross (Boston University, F) van Riemsdyk, Trevor ((New Hampshire, D) Gates, Justin (Providence, G) *** Velischek, Alex (Providence, D) Gould, Quinn (Merrimack, F) Velleca, Jeff (Merrimack, F) ** Gracel, Branden (Massachusetts, F) Vrolyk, Robbie (Northeastern, F) Griem, Arthur (Vermont, D) ** Wey, Patrick (Boston College, D) ** Hanley, Joel (Massachusetts, D) Willows, Matt (New Hampshire, F) Harvey, Myles (Providence, D) Wyer, Jeff (New Hampshire, G) ** Herrington, Brooks (Vermont, F) ** Yevenko, Oleg (Massachusetts, D) Heywood, Jordan (Merrimack, D) ** Holmstrom, Josh (UMass-Lowell, F) ** ** (denotes two-time honoree) Kamrass, Zach (UMass-Lowell, D) *** (denotes three-time honoree) Kipp, Damon (New Hampshire, D) *** + (denotes “Distinguished Scholar, 3.0 GPA in each Leen, Connor (Maine, F) semester over four varsity seasons) Lenz, H.T. (Vermont, F) ** MacLeod, Isaac (Boston College, D) ** HEA Academic All-Star Team Madore, Rob (Vermont, G) ** (Top GPA’s by position) Madsen, Carter (Merrimack, F) ** G: Jeff Teglia, Massachusetts (So., 3.88) Manno, Joseph (Northeastern, F) D: Jordan Heywood, Merrimack (So., 3.84) Mansfield, Justin (Merrimack, F) D: Ben Oskroba, Northeastern (Fr., 3.83) Manson, Josh (Northeastern, D) F: Andy Balysky, Providence College (Sr., 4.00) Markison, Colin (Vermont, F) F: Ryan Flanigan, Merrimack College (Sr., 4.00) Marotta, Sam (Merrimack, G) F: Mike McLaughlin, Northeastern (Sr., 4.00) Marshall, Matt (Vermont, F) + Mastalerz, Steve (Massachusetts, G) Top Scholar-Athletes Season Player 1991-92 Quentin Fendelet (MC) 1992-93 Quentin Fendelet (MC) 1993-94 Quentin Fendelet (MC) 1994-95 Ryan Sandholm (UML) 1995-96 Tomas Persson (NU) 1996-97 Shawn Ferullo (BU) 1997-98 Sean MacDonald (NU) 1998-99 Sean MacDonald (NU) 1999-00 Dmitri Vasiliev (UMass) 2000-01 Gray Shaneberger (Maine) 2001-02 Lucas Smith (MC) 2002-03 David Breen (MC) 2003-04 Frank Doyle (Maine) 2004-05 Ryan Sullivan (MC) 2005-06 Brad Flaishans (UNH)

GPA 3.84 3.81 3.88 3.76 3.92 3.91 3.95 3.92 4.00 3.82 3.95 3.91 3.86 3.97 3.95

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Ryan Sullivan (MC) Andrew Brathwaite (MC) Ryan Sullivan (MC) Brad Flaishans (UNH) Chris Hahn (Maine) Frank Stegnar (UML) Andrew Brathwaite (MC) Frank Stegnar (UML) Andrew Brathwaite (MC) Jeff Dimmen (Maine) Dan Sullivan (Maine) Andy Balysky (PC) Ryan Flanigan (MC) Mike McLaughlin (MC)

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SUMMA CUM LAUDE Hockey EAST Distinguished Scholars (Four years on the All-Academic Team) Player Andy Balysky Michael Barkley Rob Beck Marc Beran Andrew Braithwaite Craig Brown Josh Burrows David Busch John Campbell Scott Campbell Denis Chisholm Mark Cornforth Greg Costa Scott Crowder Jason DeLuca Jeff Dimmen Ben Eaves Arik Engbrecht Quentin Fendelet Brad Flaishans Ryan Flanigan Thomas Fortney Cole Gendreau Matt Germain Joe Gray Dave Gunderson Chris Hahn Jeremy Hall Derek Herlofsky Tanner House Todd Jackson Tom Johnson Mark Kane Martin Kariya Casey Kesselring Brad Klyn Mike Kostka Jason Krog Kyle Laughlin Sebastien Laplante Martin Laroche Michael Lecomte Michel Léveillé Matt Libby Craig Lindsay Mike Lundin Sean MacDonald Kyle MacKinnon Nate Maineyers Greg Manz Matt Marshall Mike McLaughlin Aaron Moore Nick Monroe Jared Mudryk Martin Nolet Chad Onufrechuk Tomas Persson Kris Porter Guy Ragault Travis Ramsey Rob Rassey Kenny Rausch Bobby Robins J.C. Robitaille Mark Roebothan Dan Ronan Ryan Ruikka Gray Shaneberger Brent Shepheard Dan Shermerhorn Ben Smith Lucas Smith Toni Söderholm Ryan Sullivan Michael Taylor Jason Tejchma Peter Trovato Eric Turgeon A.J. Walker Brett Watson Paul Worthington

School PC Maine MC BC MC UML UVM UNH UML UML NU MC NU UM UML Maine BC NU MC UNH MC UNH PC PC MC PC ME UML BU Maine Maine MC PC Maine MC NU UMass UNH PC NU MC UMass Maine PC UML Maine NU PC PC UNH UVM NU NU UML NU UMass UNH NU MC MC Maine NU BU UML MC UML BU BU Maine Maine Maine BC Maine UMass MC NU UML UMass Maine BC UMass UML

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2012 NCAA Champion Boston College Eagles

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(1985-2012) Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) Hockey East Association (HEA) Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) ECAC Hockey League (ECACHL) Other Conferences and Independents by

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Frozen 4 Runner-up Titles Record 12 4 4 (‘01, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12) 39-21-0 8 3 2 (1995, 2009) 23-19-0 11 3 2 (1993, 1999) 30-20-0 0 0 0 1-1-0 0 0 0 3-4-1 0 0 0 0-1-0 4 2 0 13-17-0 0 0 0 1-3-0 1 1 0 6-9-0 1 0 0 2-2-0 36 13 7 113-94-1

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Division-I NCAA Tournament (1948-2011)

Frozen 4 Runner-up Titles Record 23 6 5 (‘49, ‘01, ‘08, ‘10, ‘12) 45-38-0 21 5 5 (‘71, ‘72, ‘78, ‘95, ‘09) 38-34-0 11 3 2 (‘93, ‘99) 30-20-0 0 0 0 1-1-0 0 0 0 3-4-1 0 0 0 2-3-0 7 2 0 15-25-0 0 0 0 3-4-1 3 1 0 9-15-0 2 0 0 3-6-0

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Krys Kolanos converts in overtime to clinch the 2001 NCAA title for the Eagles at Pepsi Arena

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Numbers

Seasons: 28 NCAA Bids: 88 (3.14 per year) Championships: Eight (Maine ‘93, BU ‘95, Maine ‘99, BC ‘01, BC ‘08, BU ‘09, BC ‘10, BC ‘12) Runners-up: 13 Total number of Frozen Four representatives: 37 First Round Byes (15 seasons): 19 Overall Record: 118-97-1 First Round: 42-31-1 Second Round: 46-35 Semifinals: 21-16 Championship Game: 8-13 (Consolation Game: 1-2) Hockey East Regular Season Champions (29 Total): (title was shared in 94-95, 96-97 and 02-03) • Overall Record: 43-31 • 14 qualified for the Frozen Four • Nine advanced to the NCAA Championship Game • Four won the NCAA title Hockey East Tournament Champions (26 Total): • Overall Record: 53-23 • 19 qualified for the Frozen Four • 14 advanced to the NCAA Championship Game • Six won the NCAA title Hockey East Combined Champions (14 Total): (won both regular season and tournament) • Overall Record: 30-11 • 10 qualified for the Frozen Four • Eight advanced to the championship game • Five won the NCAA title

Regionals

• Since regional tournament play began in 1992, 27 of the 42 teams that have advanced to the Frozen Four from the eastern regional tournaments have been from Hockey East. Five have come from the WCHA, five from the ECACHL, and two from the CCHA. (13 Hockey East teams have been sent to the western regionals, with just two advancing to the Frozen Four.)

Frozen Four • Over the last 15 seasons, Hockey East has boasted 22 of the 60 Frozen Four qualifiers, the most of any conference. By comparison: Hockey East: 22 WCHA: 18 CCHA: 15 ECACHL: 3 • At least two Hockey East teams have qualified for the Frozen Four in 13 of the conference’s 28 seasons, dominating the competition in that span. By comparison: Hockey East: 13 times WCHA: Six times CCHA: Six times ECACHL: Zero (last time was in 1983)

Championship Game • At least one Hockey East team has appeared in the National Championship Game in 14 of the last 16 years. Hockey East was represented by at least one team in the NCAA championship game in each of eight straight years from 1997 to 2004. That is the most consecutive appearances in the title game by any conference since the inception of Hockey East in 1984-85. Hockey East has boasted 19 of the 40 teams that have advanced to the championship game since 1993. • On two occasions, 1995 and 1999, the NCAA championship game featured two Hockey East squads. Only the WCHA (in 2005) has been able to make that claim since the inception of Hockey East in 1984-85.

Jerry York’s Boston College Eagles have appeared in the five of the last seven National Championship games.

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1992-93 Maine Black Bears

No. Player Cl. Pos. 1 Mike Dunham Jr. G 2 Andy Silverman So. D 3 Matt Martin Jr. D 4 Chris Imes Jr. D 5 Jack Rodrigue So. D 6 Jason Weinrich Jr. D 9 Paul Kariya Fr. F 10 Mike Latendresse So. F 11 Dan Murphy Sr. D 12 Wayne Conlan So. F 13 Dave MacIsaac So. D 14 Dave LaCouture Sr. F 15 Peter Ferraro Fr. F 16 Patrice Tardif Jr. F 17 Chris Ferraro Fr. F 18 Eric Fenton Sr. F 19 Jim Montgomery (C) Sr. F 20 Brad Purdie Fr. F 22 Kent Salfi Sr. F 24 Lee Saunders Jr. D 25 Justin Tomberlin Jr. F 26 Chuck Texiera Jr. F 27 Martin Mercier Sr. F 30 Garth Snow Sr. G 31 Cal Ingraham Jr. F 33 Greg Hirsch Fr. G 36 Jamie Thompson Fr. F Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Hometown Endwell, N.Y. Beverly, Mass. Hamden, Conn. Birchdale, Minn. Nashua, N.H. Gardiner, Maine No. Vancouver, B.C. Montreal, Que. Hamden, Conn. West Haven, Conn. Arlington, Mass. Natick, Mass. Sound Beach, N.Y. St. Methode, Que. Sound Beach, N.Y. So. Portland, Maine Montreal, Que. Ormeaux, Que. Clifton Park, N.Y. Fernie, B.C. Coleraine, Minn. Easton, Mass. Lachine, Que. Wrentham, Mass. Georgetown, Mass. Chelmsford, Mass. Wayland, Mass.

Shawn Walsh Red Gendron Grant Standbrook

1993 NCAA Championship Game April 3, 1993 • Bradley Center • Milwaukee, Wis. Maine Lake Superior State

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First Period: Maine – Patrice Tardif (Latendresse), 0:03 Maine – Chris Ferraro (Imes, P. Ferraro), 7:10 LSSU – Mike Bachusz (Angelelli, Ness), 17:02 Second Period: LSSU – Clayton Beddoes (unassisted), 7:01 (PP) LSSU – John Hendry (Beddoes), 15:46 LSSU – Wayne Strachan (Hullett), 18:42 Third Period: Maine – Jim Montgomery (Kariya), 4:19 Maine – Jim Montgomery (Imes, Kariya), 7:40 Maine – Jim Montgomery (Kariya), 8:54 (PP) Shots on Goal: Maine – 11-10-8 – 29 LSSU – 6-10-8 – 24 Saves: Maine – Mike Dunham 12, Garth Snow 8 LSSU – Blaine Lacher 24 Penalties: Maine 5-10; LSSU 6-12 Power Plays: Maine 1 for 3; LSSU 1 for 2 Most Outstanding Player: Jim Montgomery (Maine)

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‘95 NCAA CHAMPS

1995 NCAA Champions

1994-95 Boston University Terriers

No. Player 2 Kaj Linna 3 Chris O’Sullivan 4 Chris Kelleher 5 Doug Wood 7 Rich Brennan 8 Bill Pierce 9 Shawn Bates 10 Peter Donatelli 11 Bob Lachance 12 Mike Grier 14 John Hynes 15 Mike Sylvia 16 Kenny Rausch 17 Jay Pandolfo 18 Chris Drury 19 Steve Thornton 20 Jeff Kealty 21 Mike Prendergast 22 Matt Wright 24 Jacques Joubert (C) 26 Jon Coleman 27 Shane Johnson 30 Tom Noble 35 Derek Herlofsky

Cl. Pos. Sr. D So. F Fr. D Jr. D Sr. D So. F So. F Fr. F Jr. F So. F Fr. F Fr. F Sr. F Jr. F Fr. F Sr. F Fr. D Sr. F So. F Sr. F So. D So. D Fr. G Sr. G

Hometown Helsinki, Finland Dorchester, Mass. Dedham, Mass. Sudbury, Mass. Guilderland, N.Y. Burlington, Mass. Medford, Mass. No. Providence, R.I. Bristol, Conn. Holliston, Mass. Warwick, R.I. Newton, Mass. Danbury, Conn. Burlington, Mass. Fairfield, Conn. Gloucester, Ont. Framingham, Mass. So. Boston, Mass. Belmont, Mass. South Bend, Ind. Canton, Mass. Brandon, Man. Hanover, Mass. Minneapolis, Minn.

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Jack Parker Bill Berglund Mike Eruzione Blaise MacDonald

1995 NCAA Championship Game

April 1, 1995 • Providence Civic Center • Providence, R.I.

Boston University Maine

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First Period: BU – Steve Thornton (unassisted), 14:57 (PP) Second Period: BU – Chris O’Sullivan (Thornton, Grier), 7:27 BU – Jacques Joubert (Linna, Prendergast), 9:15 (PP) Maine – Tim Lovell (Frenette, Thompson), 14:51 Third Period: Maine – Trevor Roenick (Rodrigue, Tory), 0:31 (PP) BU – Mike Sylvia (Bates, Pandolfo), 5:23 BU – Chris O’Sullivan (Brennan, Grier), 8:30 (PP) BU – Bob Lachance (Thornton), 18:47 (SH) Shots on Goal: BU – 11-14-14 – 39 Maine – 9-5-9 – 23 Saves: BU – Tom Noble 21 Maine – Blair Allison 33 Penalties: BU 10-20; Maine 6-12 Power Plays: BU 3 for 4; Maine 1 for 8 Most Outstanding Player: Chris O’Sullivan (BU)

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1998-99 Maine Black Bears

No. Player 2 Eric Turgeon 3 Doug Janik 4 Peter Metcalf 5 Robert Ek 7 Adam Tate 10 Tuomo Jaaskelainen 11 Jason Vitorino (C) 12 Ben Guite 13 Marcus Gustafsson 15 Niko Dimitrakos 16 Dan Kerluke 17 Bobby Stewart (C) 18 Steve Kariya (C) 21 Matthias Trattnig 24 Jim Leger 25 David Cullen (C) 26 A.J. Begg 27 Ed Wood 29 Anders Lundback 30 Mike Morrison 31 Brendan Walsh 32 Magnus Lundback 33 Alfie Michaud 37 Barrett Heisten 39 Cory Larose

Cl. Pos. Hometown Fr. D Augusta, Maine Fr. D Agawam, Mass. Fr. D Pembroke, Mass. Jr. D Lulea, Sweden So. D Kanata, Ont. So. F Helsinki, Finland Sr. F Brookline, Mass. Jr. F Montreal, Que. Sr. F Knivsta, Sweden Fr. F Somerville, Mass. So. F Brampton, Ont. Sr. F Ft. McMurray, Alb. Sr. F No. Vancouver, B.C. So. F Graz, Austria Jr. F Saugus, Mass. Sr. D St. Catharines, Ont. Fr. F Vancouver, B.C. Fr. F Thompson, Man. So. F Lulea, Sweden Fr. G Exeter, N.H. Jr. F Dorchester, Mass. So. F Lulea, Sweden Jr. G Selkirk, Man. Fr. F Anchorage, Alaska So. F Campbellton, N.B.

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Shawn Walsh Nate Leaman Gene Reilly Grant Standbrook

1999 NCAA Championship Game April 3, 1999 • Arrowhead Pond • Anaheim, Calif. Maine New Hampshire

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First Period: Maine – Ben Guite (Vitorino, Kerluke), 15:47 (PP) Second Period: Maine – Niko Dimitrakos (Cullen, Metcalf), 4:10 UNH – Darren Haydar (Souza, Conklin), 15:58 Third Period: UNH – Mike Souza (Krog, Haydar), 3:33 Overtime: Maine – Marcus Gustafsson (Larose), 10:50

‘99 NCAA CHAMPS

1999 NCAA Champions

Shots on Goal: Maine – 12-11-7-9 – 36 UNH – 16-19-8-5 – 48 Saves: Maine – Alfie Michaud 46 UNH – Ty Conklin 36 Penalties: Maine 8-16; UNH 9-26 Power Plays: Maine 1 for 7; UNH 0 for 7 Most Outstanding Player: Alfie Michaud (Maine)

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2000-01 Boston College Eagles

No. Player 1 Tim Kelleher 2 Bobby Allen 4 Brooks Orpik 5 Bill Cass 6 Marty Hughes 7 Rob Scuderi 8 Anthony D’Arpino 10 Jeff Giuliano 11 Krys Kolanos 12 Brian Gionta (C) 13 Tony Voce 14 Ty Hennes 15 Ales Dolinar 17 A.J. Walker 18 Mark McLennan 19 Chuck Kobasew 20 Joe Schuman 22 Ben Eaves 23 J.D. Forrest 24 Brett Peterson 25 Justin Dziama 27 Mike Lephart 28 Dan Sullivan 29 Tom Egan 30 Scott Clemmensen

Cl. Pos. So. G Sr. D Jr. D So. D Sr. F Sr. D So. D Jr. F So. F Sr. F Fr. F Fr. F Jr. F So. F Sr. F Fr. F Fr. D Fr. F Fr. D Fr. D Fr. F Sr. F Sr. D So. G Sr. G

Hometown Belmont, Mass. Hull, Mass. East Amherst, N.Y. Hingham, Mass. Hicksville, N.Y. Bethpage, N.Y. Johnston, R.I. Nashua, N.H. Calgary, Alb. Rochester, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Kent, Wash. East Northport, N.Y. Faribault, Minn. Kanata, Ont. Osoyoos, B.C. Bloomington, Minn. Faribault, Minn. Auburn, N.Y. Northborough, Mass. Natick, Mass. Niskayuna, N.Y. So. Windsor, Conn. Rye, N.Y. Urbandale, Iowa

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Jerry York Mike Cavanaugh Jim Logue Scott Paluch

2001 NCAA Championship Game April 7, 2001 • Pepsi Arena • Albany, NY

Boston College North Dakota

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First Period: No scoring Second Period: BC – Chuck Kobasew (Giuliano), 5:26 (PP) BC – Mike Lephart (Forrest, Allen), 8:50 Third Period: UND – Tim Skarperud (Roche, Lundbohm), 16:18 (PP) UND – Wes Dorey (Schneekloth, Lundbohm), 19:24 Overtime: BC – Krys Kolanos (Voce, Kobasew), 4:43 Shots on Goal: BC – 9-12-7-3 – 31 UND – 9-9-16-3 – 37 Saves: BC – Scott Clemmensen 35 UND – Karl Goehring 28 Penalties: BC 7-14; UND 7-14 Power Plays: BC 1 for 7; UND 1 for 7 Most Outstanding Player: Chuck Kobasew (BC)

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2008 NCAA Champions

2007-08 Boston College Eagles

No. Player Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 John Muse Fr. G East Falmouth, Mass. 2 Anthony Aiello Jr. D Braintree, Mass. 4 Mike Brennan (C) Sr. D Smithtown, N.Y. 5 Tim Filangieri Jr. D Islip Terrace, N.Y. 6 Tim Kunes Jr. D Huntington, N.Y. 7 Carl Sneep So. D Nisswa, Minn. 9 Nathan Gerbe Jr. F Oxford, Mich. 10 Ryan Hayes Fr. F Syracuse, N.Y. 11 Joe Adams Sr. F Wayzata, Minn. 12 Ben Smith So. F Avon, Conn. 13 Pat Gannon Sr. F Arlington, Mass. 14 Matt Greene (A) Sr. F Plymouth, Mass. 15 Joe Whitney Fr. F Reading, Mass. 17 Brian Gibbons Fr. F Braintree, Mass. 18 Kyle Kucharski Jr. F Saugus, Mass. 19 Brock Bradford Jr. F Burnaby, B.C. 20 Joseph Ehiorobo So. F Farmingdale, Maine 21 Benn Ferriero Jr. F Essex, Mass. 22 Dan Bertram (A) Sr. F Calgary, Alb. 24 Matt Lombardi So. F Milton, Mass. 25 Matt Price So. F Milton, Ont. 26 Nick Petrecki Fr. D Clifton Park, N.Y. 27 Andrew Orpik Jr. F East Amherst, N.Y. 28 Corey Griffin So. F Hingham, Mass. 29 Alex Kremer So. G Darien, Conn. 30 Andrew Margolin Fr. G Mahwah, N.J. Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Jerry York Mike Cavanaugh Greg Brown Jim Logue

2008 NCAA Championship Game April 12, 2008 • Pepsi Center • Denver, Colo. Boston College Notre Dame

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First Period: No Goals Second Period: BC - Nathan Gerbe (Gibbons, Smith), 2:23 BC - Nathan Gerbe (Smith, Bertram), 5:37 BC - Joe Whitney (Gerbe, Ferriero), 8:11 ND - Kevin Deeth (Lawson, Cole), 9:07 Third Period: BC - Ben Smith (Gerbe, Gibbons), 5:31 Shots on Goal: BC - 7-11-5 - 23 ND - 5-8-8 - 21 Saves: BC - John Muse 20 ND - Jordan Pearce 19 Penalties: BC 8-16; ND 5-10 Power Plays: BC 2 for 5; ND 0 for 8 Most Outstanding Player: Nathan Gerbe (BC)

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2009 NCAA Champions

2008-09 Boston University Terriers

No. Player 2 Eric Gryba 3 Kevin Shattenkirk 4 Ryan Ruikka 5 David Warsofsky 6 Joe Pereira 7 Brian Strait (A) 8 Steve Smolinsky 9 Corey Trivino 10 Chris Higgins 11 Zach Cohen 12 Chris Connolly 13 Nick Bonino 14 Andrew Glass 15 John McCarthy (C) 16 Kevin Gilroy 17 Victor Saponari 18 Brandon Yip 21 Jason Lawrence 22 Russ Gaudet 25 Colby Cohen 26 Luke Popko 27 Vinny Saponari 31 Kieran Millan 32 Adam Kraus 33 Colin Wilson 35 Grant Rollheiser 97 Matt Gilroy (C)

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Hometown Saskatoon, Sask. New Rochelle, N.Y. Chelsea, Mich. Marshfield, Mass. West Haven, Conn. Waltham, Mass. Plymouth, Mass. Toronto, Ont. Lynnfield, Mass. Schaumburg, Ill. Duluth, Minn. Unionville, Conn. Wrentham, Mass. Andover, Mass. North Bellmore, N.Y. Powder Springs, Ga. Maple Ridge, B.C. Saugus, Mass. Burlington, Mass. Villanova, Pa. Skillman, N.J. Powder Mills, Ga. Edmonton, Alb. Irving, Texas Winnipeg, Man. Chilliwack, B.C. North Bellmore, N.Y.

Jack Parker David Quinn Mike Bavis Mike Geragosian

2009 NCAA Championship Game April 11, 2009 • Verizon Center • Washington, D.C. Miami Boston Univeristy

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First Period: BU -- Chris Connolly (Warsofsky, Gryba), 15:15 Second Period: MIA -- Gary Steffes (Miele, Palmer) 2:01 Third Period: MIA -- Tommy Wingels (Camper) 12:31 MIA -- Trent Vogelhuber (Kaufman) 1 5:52 BU -- Zach Cohen (Bonino, Brandon Yip) 1 9:00.5 EAG BU -- Nick Bonino (Gilroy, Higgins) 1 9:42.6 EAG Overtime: BU -- Colby Cohen (Shattenkirk, Connolly) 11:47 Shots on Goal: MIA – 10-9-9-4 – 32 BU – 9-7-7-9 – 32 Saves: MIA – Cody Reichard- 28 BU – Kieran Millan- 29 Penalties: Miami 3-6; BU 8-16 Power Plays: Miami 0-7; BU 0-2 Most Outstanding Player: Colby Cohen (BU)

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2010 NCAA Champions

2009-10 Boston College Eagles

No. Player Cl. Pos. Hometown 1 John Muse Jr. G East Falmouth, Mass. 2 Brian Dumoulin Fr. D Biddeford, Maine 4 Tommy Cross So. D Simsbury, Conn. 5 Philip Samuelsson Fr. D Scottsdale, Ariz. 6 Patrick Wey Fr. D Pittsburgh, Pa. 7 Carl Sneep Sr. D Nisswa, Minn. 8 Edwin Shea So. D Shrewsbury, Mass. 9 Barry Almeida So. F Springfield, Mass. 10 Jimmy Hayes So. F Dorchester, Mass. 11 Pat Mullane Fr. F Wallingford, Conn. 12 Ben Smith Sr. F Avon, Conn. 13 Cam Atkinson So. F Greenwich, Conn. 14 Brooks Dyroff Fr. F Boulder, Col. 15 Joe Whitney Jr. F Reading, Mass. 17 Brian Gibbons Jr. F Braintree, Mass. 19 Chris Kreider Fr. F Boxford, Mass. 21 Steven Whitney Fr. F Reading, Mass. 22 Paul Carey So. F Weymouth, Mass. 23 Malcolm Lyles So. D Miami Gardens, Fla. 24 Matt Lombardi Sr. F Milton, Mass. 25 Matt Price Sr. F Milton, Ont. 27 Patch Alber Fr. D Clifton Park, N.Y. 28 Tommy Atkinson So. F Greenwich, Conn. 30 Chris Venti So. G Needham, Mass. 35 Parker Milner Fr. G Pittsburgh, Pa. Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

Jerry York Mike Cavanaugh Greg Brown Jim Logue

2010 NCAA Championship Game April 10, 2010 • Ford Field • Detroit, Mich. Boston College Wisconsin

1 1 0

2 0 0

3 4 0

F 5 0

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First Period: BC - Ben Smith (S. Whitney, J. Whitney), 12:57 Second Period: No Scoring Third Period: BC - Cam Atkinson (J. Whitney, Gibbons), 1:38 BC - Jimmy Hayes (Hayes, Samuelsson), 3:40 BC - Cam Atkinson (Gibbons, J. Whitney), 7:20 BC - Matt Price (unassisted), 15:29 Shots on Goal: BC - 12-6-8 - 26 WIS - 5-9-6 - 20 Saves: BC - John Muse 20 WIS - Scott Gudmandson 21 Penalties: BC 4-8; WIS 6-12 Power Plays: BC 2-5; WIS 0-3 Most Outstanding Player: Ben Smith (BC)

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

2012 NCAA Champions

2011-12 Boston College Eagles

2012 NCAA Championship Game No. Player Cl. Pos. Hometown April 7, 2012 • Tampa Bay Times Forum 1 Brian Billett Fr. G Brunswick, Maine Tampa, Fla. 2 Brian Dumoulin Jr. D Biddeford, Maine 3 Patch Alber Jr. D Clifton Park, N.Y. 1 2 3 F 4 Tommy Cross (C) Sr. D Simbury, Conn. Ferris State 1 0 0 1 5 Mark Begert Fr. D West Vancouver, B.C. Boston College 2 0 2 4 6 Patrick Wey Jr. D Pittsburgh, Pa. 7 Isaac MacLeod So. D Nelson, B.C. First Period: 8 Edwin Shea Sr. D Shrewsbury, Mass. BC - Steven Whitney - 15 (Almeida) 3:18 9 Barry Almeida (A) Sr. F Springfield, Mass. FSU- Garrett Thompson - 11 (Huff, Ouellette) 5:19 10 Danny Linell Fr. F Great Neck, N.Y. 11 Pat Mullane Jr. F Wallingford, Conn. BC- Paul Carey - 18 (Dumoulin, Mullane) PPG GWG 10:33 12 Kevin Hayes So. F Dorchester, Mass. Second Period: 13 Johnny Gaudreau Fr. F Carneys Point, N.J. No Scoring 14 Brooks Dyroff Jr. F Boulder, Col. Third Period: 15 Cam Spiro Fr. F Hingham, Mass. BC- Johnny Gaudreau - 21 (Hayes, Wey) 16:58 17 Destry Straight Fr. F West Vancouver, B.C. BC- Steven Whitney- 16 (Arnold) ENG 18:57 18 Michael Sit Fr. F Edina, Minn. 19 Chris Kreider Jr. F Boxford, Mass. Shots on Goal: 21 Steven Whitney Jr. F Reading, Mass. 1 2 3 F 22 Paul Carey (A) Sr. F Weymouth, Mass. 7 15 6 28 23 Patrick Brown So. F Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Ferris State Boston College 8 14 15 37 24 Bill Arnold So. F Needham, Mass. 27 Quinn Smith Fr. F Fairfield, Conn. 28 Tommy Atkinson Sr. F Greenwich, Conn. Saves: 30 Chris Venti Sr. G Needham, Mass. FSU- Taylor Nelson, 33 (21-7-3) 35 Parker Milner Jr. G Pittsburgh, Pa. BC- Parker Milner, 27 (29-5-0) Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coaches:

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Jerry York Mike Cavanaugh Greg Brown Jim Logue

Penalties: FSU 4-8; BC 5-10 Power Plays: FSU 0-4; BC 1-3 Most Outstanding Player: Parker Milner (BC)

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Quarterfinals Minnesota 7, at BC 5 at BC 4, Minnesota 1 (BC wins total goals series 9-8) at Michigan St. 3, Providence 2 Providence 4, at Michigan St. 2 (PC wins total goals series 6-5) Semifinals Providence 4, BC 3 (3OT) Consolation Minnesota-Duluth 7, BC 6 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP RPI 2, Providence 1

1986

Quarterfinals Minnesota 6, at BU 4 Minnesota 5, at BU 3 (Minn.wins total goals series 11-7) at Michigan St. 6, BC 4 at Michigan St. 4, BC 2 (MSU wins total goals series 10-6)

1987

Quarterfinals Minnesota 4, at BC 1 at BC 3, Minnesota 2 (Minn. wins total goals series 6-4) at Michigan St. 6, Maine 2 at Michigan St. 5, Maine 3 (MSU wins total goals series 11-5)

1988

(Merrimack competed as Independent) First Round at Northeastern 5, Merrimack 3 Merrimack 7, at Northeastern 3 (MC wins total goals series 10-8) at Wisconsin 7, Lowell 1 Lowell 4, at Wisconsin 4 (Wisc. wins total goals series 11-5) Quarterfinals Merrimack 4, at Lake Superior 3 at Lake Superior 5, Merrimack 0 (LSSU wins total goals series 8-4) at Maine 5, Bowling Green 1 at Maine 4, Bowling Green 3 (Maine wins total goals series 9-4) Semifinals Lake Superior 6, Maine 3 Consolation Maine 5, Minnesota 2

1989

First Round at No. Michigan 9, Providence 5 Providence 4, at No. Michigan 2 Providence 2, at No. Michigan 0 at BC 8, Bowling Green 5 at BC 4, Bowling Green 2 Quarterfinals Providence 8, at Maine 6 at Maine 3, Providence 2 at Maine 4, Providence 3 (2OT) BC 6, at Michigan St. 3 at Michigan St. 7, BC 2 at Michigan St. 5, BC 4 (OT) Semifinals Minnesota 7, Maine 4 Consolation Michigan St. 7, Maine 4

1990

First Round at Maine 8, Bowling Green 4 at Maine 5, Bowling Green 2 North Dakota 8, at BU 5 at BU 5, North Dakota 3 at BU 5, North Dakota 0 Quarterfinals at BC 4, Minnesota 2 Minnesota 2, at BC 1 at BC 6, Minnesota 1 at Wisconsin 7, Maine 3 at Wisconsin 4, Maine 3 (OT) at Michigan St. 6, BU 3 BU 5, at Michigan St. 3 BU 5, at Michigan St. 3 Semifinals Wisconsin 2, BC 1 Colgate 3, BU 2

1991

First Round Providence 4, at Minnesota 3 at Minnesota 8, Providence 4 at Minnesota 8, Providence 3 (Minnesota wins series, 2-1) Alaska-Anchorage 3, at BC 2 Alaska-Anchorage 3, at BC 1 (UAA wins series, 2-0) Quarterfinals at Maine 4, Minnesota 0 at Maine 5, Minnesota 3 (Maine wins series, 2-0) at BU 4, Michigan 1 at BU 8, Michigan 1 (BU wins series, 2-0) Semifinals No. Michigan 5, Maine 3 BU 7, Clarkson 3 CHAMPIONSHIP No. Mich. 8, Boston U. 7 (3OT)

1992

First Round Michigan St. 4, BU 2 Wisconsin 4, UNH 2 Quarterfinals Michigan St. 3, Maine 2

1993

Quarterfinals Maine 6, Minnesota 2 BU 4, No. Michigan 1 Semifinals Lake Superior 6, BU 1 Maine 4, Michigan 3 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP Maine 5, Lake Superior 4

1994

First Round UNH 2, RPI 0 UMass Lowell 4, Michigan St. 3 LSSU 6, Northeastern 5 (OT) Quarterfinals BU 4, Wisconsin 1 Harvard 7, UNH 1 Minnesota 2, UML 1(2OT) Semifinals BU 4, Minnesota 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Lake Superior 9, BU 1

NCAA RESULTS

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1995

First Round Denver 9, UNH 2 Quarterfinals BU 6, Lake Superior 2 Maine 4, Denver 2 Semifinals BU 7, Minnesota 3 Maine 4, Michigan 3 (3OT) CHAMPIONSHIP BU 6, Maine 2

1996

First Round Minnesota 5, Providence 1 UMass Lowell 6, Michigan St. 2 Quarterfinals BU 3, Clarkson 2 Colo. College 5, UMass Lowell 3 Semifinals Michigan 4, BU 0

1997

First Round Colorado College 3, UNH 2 Quarterfinals BU 4, Denver 3 (OT) Semifinals BU 3, Michigan 2 CHAMPIONSHIP North Dakota 6, BU 4

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NCAA RESULTS

1998

First Round UNH 7, Wisconsin 4 Quarterfinals BC 6, Colorado College 1 UNH 4, BU 3 (OT) Semifinals Michigan 4, UNH 0 BC 5, Ohio St. 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Michigan 3, BC 2 (OT)

1999

First Round Maine 4, Ohio St. 2 BC 2, No. Michigan 1 Quarterfinals Maine 7, Clarkson 2 UNH 2, Michigan 1 (OT) BC 3, North Dakota 1 Semifinals UNH 5, Michigan St. 3 Maine 2, BC 1 (OT) CHAMPIONSHIP Maine 3, UNH 2 (OT)

2000

First Round Niagara 4, UNH 1 BC 6, Michigan St. 5 (OT) BU 5, St. Cloud St. 3 Quarterfinals Maine 5, Michigan 2 BC 4, Wisconsin 1 St. Lawrence 3, BU 2 (4OT) Semifinals North Dakota 2, Maine 0 BC 4, St. Lawrence 2 CHAMPIONSHIP North Dakota 4, BC 2

2001

First Round Maine 5, Minnesota 4 (OT) Wisconsin 4, Providence 1 Quarterfinals BC 3, Maine 1 Semifinals BC 4, Michigan 2 CHAMPIONSHIP BC 3, North Dakota 2 (OT)

2002

First Round Maine 4, Harvard 3 (OT) Quarterfinals Maine 4, BU 3 UNH 4, Cornell 3 Semifinals Maine 7, UNH 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Minnesota 4, Maine 3 (OT)

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2003

First Round BU 6, Harvard 4 UNH 5, St. Cloud St. 2 BC 1, Ohio St. 0 Michigan 2, Maine 1 Quarterfinals UNH 3, BU 0 Cornell 2, BC 1 (2OT) Semifinals UNH 3, Cornell 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Minnesota 5, UNH 1

2004

First Round Maine 5, Harvard 4 BC 5, Niagara 2 Michigan 4, UNH 1 Quarterfinals Maine 2, Wisconsin 1 (OT) BC 3, Michigan 2 (OT) Semifinals Maine 2, BC 1 CHAMPIONSHIP Denver 1, Maine 0

2005

First Round BC 5, Mercyhurst 4 North Dakota 4, BU 0 at Minnesota 1, Maine 0 (OT) UNH 3, Harvard 2 (OT) Quarterfinals Denver 4, UNH 2   North Dakota 6, BC 3

2006

First Round BU 9, Nebraska-Omaha 2 BC 5, Miami 0 Maine 6, Harvard 1 Michigan State 1, UNH 0 Quarterfinals BC 5, BU 0 Maine 5, Michigan State 4 Semifinals BC 6, North Dakota 5 Wisconsin 5, Maine 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Wisconsin 2, BC 1

2007

First Round UMass 1, Clarkson 0 (OT) BC 4, St. Lawrence 1 Maine 4, St. Cloud 1 Michigan State 5, BU 1 Miami 2, UNH 1 Quarterfinals BC 4, Miami 0 Maine 3, UMass 1 Semifinals BC 6, North Dakota 4 Michigan State 4, Maine 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Michigan State 3, BC 1

2008

First Round Notre Dame 7, UNH 3 BC 5, Minnesota 2 Quarterfinals BC 4, Miami (Ohio) 3 (OT) Semifinals BC 6, North Dakota 1 CHAMPIONSHIP BC 4, Notre Dame 1

2009

First Round Boston U. 8, Ohio State 3 UNH 6, North Dakota 5 (OT) Vermont 4, Yale 1 Cornell 3, NU 2 Quarterfinals Boston U. 2, UNH 1 Vermont 3, Air Force 2 (2OT) Semifinals Boston U. 5, Vermont 4 CHAMPIONSHIP Boston U. 4, Miami 3 (OT)

2010

First Round BC 3, Alaska 1 UNH 6, Cornell 2 Wisconsin 3, Vermont 2 Quarterfinals BC 9, Yale 7 RIT 6, UNH 2 Semifinals BC 7, Miami 1 CHAMPIONSHIP BC 5, Wisconsin 0

2011

First Round UNH 3, Miami 1 Notre Dame 4, Merrimack 3 OT Colorado College 8, BC 4 Quarterfinals Notre Dame 2, UNH 1

2012

First Round UMass-Lowell 4, Miami 3 (OT) BC 2, Air Force 0 Minnesota 7, BU 3 Minnesota-Duluth 5, Maine 2 Quarterfinals Boston College 4, Minnesota-Duluth 0 Union 4, UMass-Lowell 2 Semifinals BC 6, North Dakota 1 CHAMPIONSHIP BC 4, Ferris State 1

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1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Michigan Boston College Colorado College Michigan Michigan Michigan Rensselaer Michigan Michigan Colorado College Denver North Dakota Denver Denver Michigan Tech North Dakota Michigan Michigan Tech Michigan State Cornell Denver Denver Cornell Boston University Boston University Wisconsin Minnesota Michigan Tech Minnesota Wisconsin Boston University Minnesota North Dakota Wisconsin North Dakota Wisconsin Bowling Green Rensselaer Michigan State North Dakota Lake Superior State Harvard

Dartmouth Dartmouth Boston University Brown Colorado College Minnesota Minnesota Colorado College Michigan Tech Michigan North Dakota Michigan State Michigan Tech St. Lawrence Clarkson Denver Denver Boston College Clarkson Boston University North Dakota Cornell Clarkson Minnesota Cornell Denver Michigan Tech Minnesota Michigan Tech Michigan Boston College North Dakota Northern Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin Harvard Minnesota Duluth Providence Harvard Michigan State St. Lawrence Minnesota

Third Fourth Site Other semifinalists: BC and Colorado College Col. Springs, Colo. Michigan Colorado College Col. Springs, Colo. Michigan Boston College Col. Springs, Colo. Boston University Colorado College Col. Springs, Colo. Yale St. Lawrence Col. Springs, Colo. Rensselaer Boston University Col. Springs, Colo. Michigan Boston College Col. Springs, Colo. Harvard St. Lawrence Col. Springs, Colo. St. Lawrence Boston College Col. Springs, Colo. Clarkson Harvard Col. Springs, Colo. Clarkson Harvard Minneapolis, Minn. Boston College St. Lawrence Troy, N.Y. Boston University St. Lawrence Boston, Mass. Minnesota Rensselaer Denver, Colo. Michigan St. Lawrence Utica, N.Y. Clarkson Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass. Rensselaer Providence Denver, Colo. North Dakota Brown Providence, R.I. Denver Boston University Minneapolis, Minn. Michigan State North Dakota Syracuse, N.Y. Cornell Boston College Duluth, Minn. Harvard Michigan Tech Col. Springs, Colo. Wisconsin Michigan Tech Lake Placid, N.Y. Denver Harvard Syracuse, N.Y. Wisconsin Denver Boston, Mass. Boston College Cornell Boston, Mass. Boston University Harvard Boston, Mass. Boston University Harvard St. Louis, Mo. Brown Boston University Denver, Colo. Boston University New Hampshire Detroit, Mich. Bowling Green Wisconsin Providence, R.I. Dartmouth New Hampshire Detroit, Mich. Dartmouth Cornell Providence, R.I. Michigan Tech Northern Michigan Duluth, Minn. Northeastern New Hampshire Providence, R.I. Providence Minnesota Grand Forks, ND North Dakota Michigan State Lake Placid, N.Y. Minnesota Duluth Boston College Detroit, Mich. Minnesota Denver Providence, R.I. Minnesota Harvard Detroit, Mich. Maine Minnesota Lake Placid, N.Y. Michigan State Maine St. Paul, Minn.

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Wisconsin Northern Michigan Lake Superior State Maine Lake Superior State Boston University Michigan North Dakota Michigan Maine North Dakota Boston College Minnesota Minnesota Denver Denver Wisconsin Michigan State Boston College Boston University Boston College Minnesota-Duluth Boston College

Colgate Boston University Wisconsin Lake Superior State Boston University Maine Colorado College Boston University Boston College New Hampshire Boston College North Dakota Maine New Hampshire Maine North Dakota Boston College Boston College Notre Dame Miami Wisconsin Michigan Ferris State

Boston College Maine Michigan Boston University Harvard Michigan Boston University Colorado College New Hampshire Boston College Maine Michigan New Hampshire Cornell Boston College Colorado College Maine Maine Michigan Bemidji State Miami North Dakota Minnesota

FROZEN FOUR RESULTS

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Detroit, Mich. St. Paul, Minn. Albany, N.Y. Milwaukee, Wis. St. Paul, Minn. Providence, R.I. Cincinnati, Ohio Milwaukee, Wis. Boston, Mass. Anaheim, Calif. Providence, R.I. Albany, N.Y. St. Paul, Minn. Buffalo, N.Y. Boston, Mass. Columbus, Ohio Milwaukee, Wis. St. Louis, Mo. Denver, Colo. Washington, D.C. Detroit, Mich. St. Paul, Minn. Tampa, Fla.

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

NHL/ALUMNI

Jonathan Quick (Massachusetts ‘07) Los Angeles Kings Goaltender 2012 Stanley Cup Champion Conn Smythe Trophy Winner

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Listed below are the former Hockey East players who played in the NHL in 2011-12. (! – Rookie; made NHL debut in 2011-12) Andrew Alberts Cam Atkinson ! Adrian Aucoin Nick Bonino Brian Boyle Justin Braun Bobby Butler Brett Clark Stephane Da Costa Jon DiSalvatore Patrick Eaves Mark Fayne Benn Ferriero Nathan Gerbe Hal Gill Matt Gilroy Brian Gionta Stephen Gionta Ron Hainsey Peter Harrold Jimmy Hayes ! Ben Holmstrom Doug Janik Chuck Kobasew Krys Kolanos Ben Lovejoy Mike Lundin John McCarthy Colin McDonald Torrey Mitchell Mike Mottau Gustav Nyquist ! Brooks Orpik Jay Pandolfo Dustin Penner Teddy Purcell Marty Reasoner Rob Scuderi Ryan Shannon Kevin Shattenkirk Patrick Sharp Ben Smith Trevor Smith Carl Sneep ! Viktor Stålberg Martin St. Louis Bryan Strait Matt Taormina James van Riemsdyk David Van Der Gulik Joe Vitale Casey Wellman Ryan Whitney Colin Wilson Daniel Winnik Brandon Yip

BC ‘05 BC ‘11 BU ‘92 BU’ 10 BC ‘07 UMass ‘10 UNH ‘10 ME ‘96 MC ‘11 PC ‘03 BC ‘05 PC ‘10 BC ‘09 BC ‘09 PC ‘97 BU ‘09 BC ‘01 BC ‘06 UML ‘01 BC ‘06 BC ‘11 UML ‘10 ME ‘01 BC ‘01 BC ‘01 BC ‘03 ME ‘07 BU ‘09 PC ‘07 UVM ‘07 BC ‘00 ME ‘11 BC ‘01 BU ‘96 ME ‘04 ME ‘07 BC ‘98 BC ‘01 BC ‘05 BU ‘10 UVM ‘02 BC ‘10 UNH ‘07 BC ‘10 UVM ‘09 UVM ‘97 BU ‘09 PC ‘09 UNH ‘09 BU ‘06 NU ‘09 UMass ‘10 BU ‘04 BU ‘09 UNH ‘06 BU ‘09

Vancouver Columbus Phoenix Anaheim N.Y. Rangers San Jose Ottawa Tampa Bay Ottawa Minnesota Detroit New Jersey San Jose Buffalo Montreal/Nashville Tampa Bay/Ottawa Montreal New Jersey Winnepeg New Jersey Chicago Philadelphia Detroit Colorado Calgary Pittsburgh Minnesota San Jose Pittsburgh San Jose N.Y. Islanders/Boston Detroit Pittsburgh New York Islanders Los Angeles Tampa Bay New York Islanders Los Angeles Tampa Bay St. Louis Chicago Chicago Tampa Bay Pittsburgh Chicago Tampa Bay Pittsburgh New Jersey Philadelphia Colorado Pittsburgh Minnesota Edmonton Nashville Colorado/San Jose Colorado/Nashville

Goalies College (Years) Ben Bishop ME ‘08 Scott Clemmensen BC ‘01 Ty Conklin UNH ‘01 Rick DiPietro BU ‘00 Brian Foster ! UNH ‘10 Jimmy Howard ME ‘05 Dwayne Roloson UML ‘94 Jonathan Quick UMass ‘07 Cory Schneider BC ‘07 Brad Thiessen ! NU ‘09 Tim Thomas UVM ‘97

POINTS

Martin St. Louis Patrick Sharp Teddy Purcell Kevin Shattenkirk Viktor Stalberg Colin Wilson

Pos

GP

GP 10 30 15 8 1 57 40 69 33 5 57

Min. 532 1566 805 354 5 3360 2099 4099 1833 258 3364

D F D F F D F D F F F D F F D D F F D D F F D F F D D F F F D F D F F F F D F D F F F D F F D D F F F F D F F F

2011-12 Team(s) Ottawa Florida Detroit N.Y. Islanders Florida Detroit Tampa Bay Los Angeles Vancouver Pittsburgh Boston

G

44 27 64 50 82 66 56 82 22 1 10 82 35 62 76 67 31 1 56 11 31 5 9 58 13 34 17 10 5 76 35 18 73 62 65 81 61 82 45 81 74 13 16 1 79 77 9 30 43 25 68 14 51 68 84 35

2 7 2 5 11 2 6 2 3 0 0 4 7 6 1 3 8 1 0 0 5 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 9 0 1 2 1 7 24 1 1 4 9 33 2 2 0 22 25 0 1 11 1 4 2 3 15 8 3 W-L-T 3-3-2 14-6-6 5-6-1 3-2-3 0-0-0 35-17-4 13-16-3 35-21-13 20-8-1 3-1-0 35-11-9

A

1 7 7 13 15 9 10 13 2 0 1 13 1 19 12 17 7 0 10 2 4 0 1 7 1 4 2 0 0 10 2 6 16 2 10 9 5 8 8 34 36 0 3 1 21 49 1 6 13 5 10 5 17 20 15 4 GA 22 67 44 22 0 119 128 133 60 16 112

P

4 14 9 18 26 11 16 15 5 0 1 17 8 25 13 20 15 1 10 2 9 0 1 14 1 5 2 0 0 19 2 7 18 3 17 15 6 9 12 43 69 2 5 1 43 74 1 7 24 6 14 7 20 35 23 7

GOALS

Patrick Sharp Martin St. Louis Teddy Purcell Viktor Stalberg Colin Wilson Brian Boyle James van Riemsdyk

33 25 24 22 15 11 11

+4 +1 +14 +1 +2 -2 +8 -26 -9 E E -4 E +2 -3 +2 -7 +1 +9 E -3 E +2 -10 -1 +3 -1 -2 E -6 -11 +2 +19 -14 -7 -9 -25 -7 -11 +20 +28 -5 +2 +1 +6 -3 -2 +6 -1 +3 -5 -4 -16 +5 -11 +1

PiM

40 14 42 8 59 23 12 20 12 2 2 26 8 32 37 18 16 0 23 0 8 2 6 51 2 13 4 10 0 29 15 2 61 8 43 10 34 16 10 60 38 0 4 0 34 16 4 4 24 2 56 0 16 21 52 28

GAA Svs Save% 2.48 221 .909 2.57 706 .913 3.28 334 .884 3.73 155 .876 0.00 1 1.00 2.13 1377 .920 3.66 998 .886 1.95 1730 .929 1.96 885 .937 3.72 113 .858 2.00 1,699 .938

TOP OFFENSIVE PERFORMANCES in 2011-12 74 69 65 43 43 35

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Player College (Years) 2011-12 Team(s)

ASSISTS

Martin St. Louis Teddy Purcell Patrick Sharp Kevin Shattenkirk Viktor Stalberg Colin Wilson

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

49 41 36 34 21 20

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NHL ALUMNI

ALUMNI / NHL REGISTRY Player Coll. Andrew Alberts * BC Peter Ahola BU Bobby Allen BC Tony Amonte BU Shawn Anderson ME Cam Atkinson * BC Adrian Aucoin * BU Shawn Bates Bob Beers Derek Bekar Blake Bellefeuille Nick Bonino* Rick Bennett Eric Boguniecki Brian Boyle * Chris Bourque Justin Braun* Rich Brennan Doug Brown Greg Brown Bobby Butler * Dom Campedelli Matt Campanale Dave Capuano Jack Capuano Keith Carney Paul Cavallini Brett Clark * Greg Classen Colby Cohen Carl Corazzini Bob Corkum Mark Cornforth Rob Cowie Ted Crowley David Cullen John Cullen

(Years) Yrs GP G A P 2001-05 7 425 8 46 54 1989-91 3 123 10 17 27 1997-01 3 51 0 3 3 1989-91 15 1174 416 484 900 1985-86 8 255 11 51 62 2008-11 1 27 7 7 14 1991-92 17 1072 121 274 395

BU 1993-97 ME 1986-89 UNH 1995-98 BC 1996-00 BU 2007-10 PC 1986-90 UNH 1993-97 BC 2003-07 BU 2004-05 UMA 2006-10 BU 1991-95 BC 1982-86 BC 1986-90 UNH 2006-10 BC 1982-85 UNH 2007-11 ME 1986-89 ME 1985-88 ME 1988-91 PC 1984-85 ME 1995-96 MC 1998-00 BU 2007-10 BU 1997-01 ME 1985-89 MC 1991-95 NU 1988-91 BC 1989-91 ME 1995-99 BU 1983-87

Stephane Da Costa* MC 2009-11 Craig Darby PC 1991-93 Jeff Daw UML 1992-96 Kevin Dean UNH 1987-91 Niko Dimitrakos ME 1998-02 Joe DiPenta BU 1997-99 Jon DiSalvatore PC 1999-03 Clark Donatelli BU 1984-87 Peter Douris UNH 1983-85 Chris Drury BU 1994-98 Dale Dunbar BU 1980-85 Patrick Eaves * David Emma Jim Ennis

BC 2002-05 BC 1987-91 BU 1985-87

10 465 72 8 258 28 3 11 0 2 5 0 3 85 6 3 15 1 7 178 34 5 271 44 3 33 1 2 94 4 6 50 2 15 854 160 4 94 4 2 94 16 1 2 0 1 1 0 4 104 17 3 6 0 16 1018 45 10 564 56 13 681 45 3 90 7 1 3 0 1 19 2 12 720 97 1 6 0 2 78 7 2 34 2 2 19 0 11 621 187 2 9 1 7 4 4 2 2 11 12 2 7 5 1

126 79 0 1 14 1 42 33 3 18 6 214 14 21 0 0 38 0 183 177 140 10 0 1 103 0 12 4 0 363

198 107 0 1 20 2 76 77 4 22 8 374 18 37 0 0 55 0 228 233 15 17 0 3 200 0 19 6 0 550

26 3 2 5 196 21 35 56 1 0 1 1 331 7 48 55 158 24 38 62 174 6 17 23 6 0 0 0 35 3 4 7 321 54 67 121 892 255 360 615 2 0 0 0 380 34 5

70 5 1

63 133 6 11 0 1

NHL regular season stats only * – played in NHL in 2011-12

Player Coll. (Years) Yrs GP G A P Jim Fahey NU 1998-02 4 92 1 24 25 Jeff Farkas BC 1996-00 3 11 0 2 2 Mike Farrell PC 1997-00 3 13 0 0 0 Chris Ferraro ME 1992-93 6 74 7 9 16 Peter Ferraro ME 1992-93 6 92 9 15 24 Mark Fayne* PC 2006-10 2 139 8 23 31 Benn Ferrerio * BC 2005-09 2 92 14 8 22 Tom Fitzgerald PC 1986-88 17 1097 139 190 329 Matt Foy MC 2001-02 3 56 6 7 13 Doug Friedman BU 1990-94 2 18 0 1 1 Jamie Fritsch UNH 2005-09 1 1 0 0 0 Nathan Gerbe * Rob Gaudreau Hal Gill * Matt Gilroy* Brian Gionta * Stephen Gionta* Jeff Giuliano Matt Glennon Mike Grier Bill Guerin Ben Guite

BC PC PC BU BC BC BC BC BU BC ME

2005-08 1988-92 1993-97 2005-09 1997-01 2002-06 1998-02 1987-91 1993-96 1989-91 1996-00

4 146 24 38 62 4 231 51 54 105 13 1070 36 148 184 3 194 10 36 46 10 647 217 202 419 2 13 1 0 1 2 101 3 10 13 1 3 0 0 0 14 1060 162 221 383 19 1263 429 427 856 6 175 19 26 45

Ron Hainsey * Peter Harrold * Scott Harlow Darren Haydar Jimmy Hayes * Steve Heinze Barrett Heisten Colin Hemingway Ken Hodge Ben Holmstrom* Joe Hulbig

UML 1999-01 BC 2002-06 BC 1982-86 UNH 1998-02 BC 2008-11 BC 1988-91 ME 1989-00 UNH 1999-03 BC 1984-87 UML 2006-10 PC 1992-96

9 6 1 5 1 12 1 1 4 2 5

Brayden Irwin

UVM 2006-10

1

John Jakopin Doug Janik * Craig Janney

MC 1993-97 ME 1998-01 BC 1985-87

6 9 12

113 1 6 7 190 3 16 19 760 188 563 751

Paul Kariya Steve Kariya Chris Kelleher Chuck Kobasew *

ME ME BU BC

1992-94 1995-99 1994-98 2000-01

15 3 1 9

989 402 587 989 65 9 18 27 1 0 0 0 531 103 96 199

Krys Kolanos * Jason Krog

BC 1999-01 UNH 1995-99

5 6

149 202

20 27

Scott Lachance Dan LaCouture Cory Larose Jeff Lazaro

BU 1990-91 BU 1996-97 ME 1996-00 UNH 1986-90

14 8 1 3

819 337 7 102

31 112 143 20 25 45 0 1 1 14 23 37

544 34 145 179 175 8 20 28 1 0 1 1 23 1 7 8 31 5 4 9 694 178 158 336 10 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 142 39 48 87 7 0 0 0 55 4 4 8 2

0

0

22 37

0

42 59

HOCKEY EAST AND THE STANLEY CUP Many former Hockey East players have found success in the NHL, and several have had their names engraved on the Stanley Cup as well. During the New York Rangers’ championship run in 1994, Boston College product Brian Leetch became the first Hockey East alum (and the first American) to win the Conn Smythe Trophy, awarded to the Stanley Cup Tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Lou Lamoriello, one of the founding fathers of Hockey East, has sipped from the Cup as an administrator three times with the New Jersey Devils. 32 Hockey East alums have won the Stanley Cup, including most recently three players on the 2012 Los Angeles Kings roster. Below is is a year-by-year listing of former Hockey East players who helped their teams win the Stanley Cup. Year Team 1986 Montreal 1991 Pittsburgh 1992 Pittsburgh 1993 Montreal 1994 NY Rangers 1995 New Jersey 1996 Colorado 1997 Detroit 1998 Detroit 2000 New Jersey 2001 Colorado 2003 New Jersey 2007 Anaheim 2008 Detroit 2009 Pittsburgh 2012 Los Angeles

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Players Steve Rooney (PC) Kevin Stevens (BC), Peter Taglianetti (PC) , Scott Young (BU) Shawn McEachern (BU), Kevin Stevens (BC), Peter Taglianetti (PC) Ed Ronan (BU) Brian Leetch (BC) - Conn Smythe Kevin Dean (UNH), Bill Guerin (BC), Chris Terreri (PC) Scott Young (BU) Doug Brown (BC) Maine’s Dustin Penners wins Doug Brown (BC) his second Stanley Cup in Jay Pandolfo (BU), Chris Terreri (PC) his xx-year NHL career Chris Drury (BU), Bryan Muir (UNH) Brian Gionta (BC), Jay Pandolfo (BU) Dustin Penner (Maine), Joe DiPenta (BU), Ryan Shannon (BC) Jimmy Howard (Maine) Hal Gill (PC), Bill Guerin (BC), Brooks Orpik (BC), Rob Scuderi (BC) Dustin Penner (Maine), Jon Quick (UMass) - Conn Smythe, Rob Scuderi (BC)

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ALUMNI / NHL REGISTRY

Bruce Major Matt Martin Greg Mauldin Jay Mazur John McCarthy* Colin McDonald * Shawn McEachern Dan McGillis Mike McHugh Marty McInnis Steve McKenna Freddy Meyer

ME 1985-89 ME 1990-93 UMA 2001-04 ME 1983-87 BU 2005-09 PC 2003-07 BU 1988-91 NU 1992-96 ME 1984-88 BC 1988-91 MC 1993-96 BU 1999-03

1 4 3 4 3 2 14 9 4 12 8 7

4 0 0 0 76 0 5 5 36 5 5 10 47 11 7 18 51 2 2 4 7 1 0 1 911 256 323 579 634 56 182 238 20 1 0 1 796 170 250 420 373 18 14 32 281 20 53 73

Torrey Mitchell * Jim Montgomery Greg Moore Ian Moran Jon Morris Scott Morrow Mike Mottau * Mark Mowers Bryan Muir

UVM 2004-07 ME 1989-93 ME 2002-06 BC 1992-93 UML 1984-88 UNH 1988-92 BC 1996-00 UNH 1994-98 UNH 1992-95

5 5 2 12 6 1 8 7 11

280 122 10 489 103 4 313 278 279

30 9 0 21 16 0 7 18 16

43 25 0 50 33 0 51 44 37

73 34 0 71 49 0 58 62 53

Eric Nickulas Brad Norton Gustav Nyquist *

UNH 1994-97 UMA 1994-98 ME 2008-11

6 5 1

118 124 18

15 3 1

23 8 6

38 11 7

Brooks Orpik * Chris O’Sullivan

BC 1998-01 BU 1993-96

9 5

585 62

11 100 111 2 17 19

Mike Pandolfo Jay Pandolfo * Scott Pellerin Dustin Penner * Adam Pineault Fernando Pisani Adrien Plavsic

BU 1998-02 BU 1992-96 ME 1988-92 ME 2003-04 BC 2003-04 PC 1996-00 UNH 1987-88

1 13 11 7 1 7 8

3 0 0 0 881 100 126 226 536 72 126 198 489 135 126 2 61 3 0 0 0 462 87 82 169 214 16 56 72

Thomas Pöck Tom Poti Teddy Purcell *

UMA 2000-04 BU 1996-98 ME 2006-07

4 10 5

118 808 272

8 9 17 69 256 325 52 98 150

Marty Reasoner * Ed Ronan Steve Rooney

BC 1995-98 BU 1987-91 PC 1981-85

14 6 5

767 182 154

97 164 261 13 23 36 15 13 28

Player Coll. (Years) Yrs Jean-Yves Roy ME 1989-92 4 Mike Ryan NU 1999-03 2 Prestin Ryan ME 2001-04 1

GP 61 65 1

G 12 7 0

A 16 6 0

P 28 13 0

13 1 1 68

18 1 1 74

David Sacco Darrel Scoville Claudio Scremin Rob Scuderi *

BU MC ME BC

1988-93 1995-98 1986-90 1997-01

3 3 2 8

35 16 17 537

5 0 0 6

Jeff Serowik Ryan Shannon * Kevin Shattenkirk* Scott Shaunessy Jaime Sifers Ben Smith* Trevor Smith * Viktor Stålberg * Garrett Stafford Brian Sullivan Mike Sullivan Carl Sneep

PC BC BU BU UVM BC UNH UVM UNH NU BU BC

1986-90 4 2001-05 6 2007-10 3 1983-87 2 2002-05 2 2006-10 2 2005-07 2 2006-09 3 1999-03 3 1988-91 1 1986-90 11 2006-10 1

28 305 153 7 37 19 23 196 7 2 709 1

0 35 18 0 0 3 3 43 0 0 54 0

Kevin Stevens Brian Strait* Bob Sweeney Tim Sweeney

BC BU BC BC

1983-87 2009-09 1982-86 1985-89

15 2 10 8

874 329 397 726 12 0 1 1 639 125 163 288 291 55 83 138

Peter Taglianetti Matt Taormina* Patrice Tardif Stephen Tepper Chris Therien Mario Thyer Keith Tkachuk Dave Tomlinson

PC PC ME ME PC ME BU BU

1982-86 2005-09 1990-94 1988-92 1990-93 1987-89 1990-91 1987-91

11 451 18 74 92 2 47 4 8 12 2 65 7 11 18 1 1 0 0 0 11 764 29 130 159 1 5 0 0 0 18 1201 538 527 1,065 4 42 1 3 4

Nick Vachon BU 1990-91 James Van Riemsdyk* UNH 2007-09 Phil Von Stefenelli BU 1987-91 David Van der Gulik* BU 2002-06 Joe Vitale* NU 2005-09 Ben Walter UML 2002-05 Casey Wellman * UMA 2008-10 Eric Weinrich ME 1985-88 Brian White ME 1994-98 Ryan Whitney * BU 2001-04 Colin Wilson * BU 2007-09 Chris Winnes UNH 1987-91 Daniel Winnik * UNH 2003-06 Andy Wozniewski UML 1999-00 Brandon Yip * Scott Young

1 1 3 196 2 33 3 37 2 77 5 24 3 41 17 1157 1 2 7 440 3 185 4 33 5 366 4 77

6 6 64 99 68 86 0 0 2 2 0 3 3 6 38 81 2 2 1 1 82 136 1 1

0 0 0 47 52 99 0 5 5 2 9 11 5 11 16 1 0 1 4 9 13 70 318 388 0 0 0 46 200 246 39 45 84 1 6 7 37 64 101 2 10 12

NHL ALUMNI

Player Coll. (Years) Yrs GP G A P Jay Leach PC 1997-01 6 70 1 2 3 Steve Leach UNH 1984-86 15 702 130 153 283 Brian Leetch BC 1986-87 18 1205 247 781 1028 Jeff Libby ME 1994-97 1 1 0 0 0 John Lilley BU 1991-92 3 23 3 8 11 Ben Lovejoy * BC 2002-03 4 95 4 21 25 Mike Lundin * ME 2003-07 5 241 4 31 35

NHL regular season stats only * – played in NHL in 2011-12

BU 2005-09 3 138 26 22 48 BU 1985-87 14 1181 342 414 756

GOALTENDERS

Former Maine teammates Mike Dunham (left) and Garth Snow have combined for 331 NHL victories

Player College (Years) Yrs Ben Bishop * ME 2005-08 3 Scott Clemmensen * BC 1997-01 10 John Curry BU 2003-07 2 Ty Conklin * UNH 1998-01 9 Matt DelGuidice ME 1988-90 2 Rick DiPietro * BU 1999-00 9 Tom Draper UVM 1985-87 6 Mike Dunham ME 1991-93 11 Scott Fankhouser UML 1994-99 2 Scott Gordon BC 1983-86 2 Jimmy Howard * ME 2002-05 6 Scott King ME 1986-90 2 Michel Larocque BU 1995-99 1 David Littman BC 1985-89 3 Alfie Michaud ME 1996-99 1 Mike Morrison ME 1998-02 2 Jon Quick* UMA 2005-07 5 Bruce Racine NU 1984-88 1 Dwayne Roloson * UML 1990-94 14 Nolan Schaefer PC 1999-03 1 Cory Schneider * BC 2004-07 4 Garth Snow ME 1988-93 12 Chris Terreri PC 1983-87 14 Brad Thiessen * NU 2006-09 1 Tim Thomas * UVM 1993-97 8 Matt Yeats ME 1999-02 1

GP 23 152 4 215 11 315 53 394 23 23 192 2 3 3 2 25 249 11 606 7 68 368 406 5 378 5

NHL regular season stats only * – played in NHL in 2011-12 W L T SO GAA Sv% 7 8 0 1 2.67 .902 64 45 14 7 2.64 .910 2 2 0 0 3.79 .868 96 67 20 17 2.69 .906 2 5 1 - 3.87 .886 130 133 33 16 2.86 .903 19 23 5 - 3.07 .877 141 178 39 5 2.74 .908 4 12 2 - 3.31 .904 2 16 0 - 5.60 .830 110 54 0 11 2.41 .917 0 0 0 - 2.95 .813 0 2 0 - 3.55 .868 0 2 0 - 5.96 .794 0 1 0 - 4.35 .844 11 7 0 3 3.28 .871 131 87 0 24 2.30 .916 0 3 0 - 3.13 .881 227 257 42 29 2.72 .908 5 1 2 - 1.88 .920 38 17 0 4 2.24 .928 135 147 44 - 2.80 .901 151 172 43 - 3.07 .893 3 1 0 - 3.72 2.48 196 121 31 31 2.48 .921 1 3 0 - 3.04 .908

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ALUMNI / NHL Superlatives

NHL ALUMNI

NHL Career Milestones 1000 Games

played

Player Coll. Bill Guerin BC Brian Leetch BC Keith Tkachuk BU Scott Young BU Eric Weinrich ME Tom Fitzgerald PC Tony Amonte BU Hal Gill PC Mike Grier BU Keith Carney ME Adrian Aucoin BU

500 Points

Player Coll. Keith Tkachuk BU Brian Leetch BC Paul Kariya ME Tony Amonte BU Bill Guerin BC Scott Young BU Craig Janney BC Kevin Stevens BC Chris Drury BU Shawn McEachern BU John Cullen BU

300 Goals

Player Coll. Keith Tkachuk BU Bill Guerin BC Tony Amonte BU Paul Kariya ME Scott Young BU Kevin Stevens BC

300 Assists

Player Coll. Brian Leetch BC Paul Kariya ME Craig Janney BC Keith Tkachuk BU Tony Amonte BU Scott Young BU Bill Guerin BC Kevin Stevens BC John Cullen BU Chris Drury BU Shawn McEachern BU

(Years) 1989-91 1986-87 1990-91 1985-87 1985-88 1986-88 1989-91 1993-97 1993-96 1988-91 1991-92

Pos Yrs F 19 D 18 F 18 F 14 D 17 F 17 F 15 D 13 F 14 F 16 D 17

GP 1263 1205 1201 1181 1157 1097 1174 1070 1060 1018 1072

G 429 247 538 342 70 139 416 36 162 45 121

A P 427 856 781 1028 527 1065 414 756 318 388 190 329 484 900 148 184 221 383 183 228 274 395

(Years) 1990-91 1986-87 1992-94 1989-91 1989-91 1985-87 1985-87 1983-87 1994-98 1988-91 1983-87

Pos Yrs F 18 D 18 F 14 F 15 F 19 F 14 F 12 F 15 F 12 F 14 F 11

GP 1201 1205 989 1174 1263 1181 760 874 892 911 621

G 538 247 402 416 429 342 188 329 255 256 187

A P 527 1065 781 1028 587 989 484 900 427 856 414 756 563 751 397 726 360 615 323 579 363 550

(Years) 1990-91 1989-91 1989-91 1992-94 1985-87 1983-87

Pos Yrs F 18 F 19 F 15 F 14 F 14 F 15

GP 1201 1263 1174 989 1181 874

G 538 429 416 402 342 329

A P 527 1065 427 856 484 900 587 989 414 756 397 726

(Years) 1986-87 1992-94 1985-87 1990-91 1989-91 1985-87 1989-91 1983-87 1983-87 1994-98 1988-91

Pos Yrs D 18 F 14 F 12 F 18 F 15 F 14 F 19 F 15 F 11 F 10 F 14

GP 1205 989 760 1201 1174 1181 1263 874 621 868 911

G 247 402 188 538 416 342 429 329 187 254 256

A P 781 1028 587 989 563 751 527 1065 484 900 414 756 427 856 397 726 363 550 356 610 323 579

Player Coll. Kevin Stevens BC Kevin Stevens BC John Cullen BU Paul Kariya ME Craig Janney BC Brian Leetch (D) BC Martin St. Louis UVM Paul Kariya ME

50 Goals

Player Coll. Kevin Stevens BC Kevin Stevens BC Keith Tkachuk BU Paul Kariya ME Keith Tkachuk BU

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(Years) 1983-87 1983-87 1983-87 1992-94 1985-87 1986-87 1993-97 1992-94 (Years) 1983-87 1983-87 1990-91 1992-94 1990-91

NHL Season 1991-92 1992-93 1990-91 1995-96 1992-93 1991-92 2006-07 1998-99 NHL Season 1992-93 1991-92 1996-97 1995-96 1995-96

The Four Seasons Club is an exclusive group that welcomes a player only after he has completed four full seasons in Hockey East and four full seasons as a regular in the NHL. Only 20 players have achieved that milestone in the 28-year history of the league. Andrew Alberts Boston College – 2001-05 Shawn Bates Boston University – 1993-97 Brian Boyle Boston College – 2003-2007 Bob Corkum Maine – 1985-89 Kevin Dean New Hampshire – 1987-91 Chris Drury Boston University – 1994-98 Hal Gill Providence – 1993-97 Brian Gionta Boston College – 1997-2001 Peter Harrold Boston College – 2002-2006 Dan McGillis Northeastern – 1992-96 Freddy Meyer Boston University – 1999-2003 Mark Mowers New Hampshire – 1994-98 Jay Pandolfo Boston University – 1992-96

NHL Single-Season Milestones 100 Points

FOUR SEASONS CLUB

G 54 55 39 50 24 22 43 39 G 55 54 52 50 50

A 69 56 71 58 82 80 59 62 A 56 69 34 58 48

P 123 111 110 108 106 102 102 101 P 111 123 86 108 98

Scott Pellerin Maine – 1988-92 Fernando Pisani Providence – 1996-2000 Dwayne Roloson UMass Lowell – 1990-94 Rob Scuderi Boston College – 1997-2001 Ryan Shannon Boston College – 2001-2005 Garth Snow Maine – 1988-93 Mike Sullivan Boston University – 1986-90

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FEATuRED ALUMNI PROFILES (Drafted

by

LAK, 3rd Rd, 72nd Pick, 2005)

College Career Highlights (at Massachusetts): • 2007 Hockey East Second All-Star Team • 2007 Second Team All-American • In First Ever NCAA Tournament Appearance, recorded 33 Saves to Backbone a 1-0 Shutout in an Overtime Win over Clarkson • During the 2006-2007 season, he set UMass Single Season Records For: Games Played (37), Minutes Played (2,224), Wins (19), and Saves (1046) • Between 2005-2007, Became the all-time career leader in saves per game (28.96), save% (.926), and GAA (2.40) at UMass Professional Career Highlights: • Earned a Silver Medal in the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C., Canada • Stopped all 34 shots and earned first playoff shutout on April 11, 20011 vs. SJS. • 2010-2011 Set Kings Single Season Record For Save % (.948) and GAA (2.24). • Led the eighth seed LA Kings to the 2012 Stanley Cup and was named the Conn Smythe Trophy winner, as MVP of the playoffs with a 16-4 record, 1.41 GAA, .949 save% and three shuouts. • Was a Vezina Trophy finalist in 2011-12 and was nam NHL All-Star. • He is the first Kings goalie to win 30+ games in three straight seasons • Career regular-season stats: 249 GP, 131-87 Record, 2.30 GAA, .926 save%, 24 SO. • Career playoff stats: 32 GP, 20-12 Record, 2.12 GAA, .926 save%, 4 SO.

Jimmy Howard

(Drafted

by

DET, 2nd Rd, 64th Pick, 2003)

College Career Highlights (at Maine): • 2002-2003 Hockey East Rookie of the Year • Selected to Play for Team USA in the 2003 World Juniors Hockey Championships • 2003-2004 Second Team All-American and 2004 Hockey East Tournament MVP • 2004 NCAA National Championship Runner-Up (Lost 1-0 to Denver) • Holds Maine record for Shutouts (15 ), Goals Against (1.84), and save% (.931) • In 2004, set the NCAA single-season records for GAA (1.19) and save% (.956). Professional Career Highlights: • Won the Stanley Cup with Detroit in 2007-2008 • Only NHL Goalie to Have Faced a Penalty Shot in Each of His First Two Games • Runner-Up for the 2010 Calder Memorial Trophy (NHL Rookie of The Year) • Recorded First Career Shut-Out Against Tampa Bay Lightning on Dec. 17, 2009. • Made a Career High 51 Saves on Jan. 7, 2009 against LA Kings in 2-1 Win • Became just the fourth goaltender in Red Wings History to win 30 or more games in rookie season (Sawchuck, Crozier, Hall) • Howard recorded a career-high six shutouts in 2011-12. • Was chosen as a 2011-12 NHL All-Star. • Career regular-season stats: 192 GP, 110-54 Record, 2.41 GAA, .917 save%, 11 shutouts • Career playoff stats: 28 GP, 13-15 Record, 2.63 GAA, .915 save%, 1 shutout

Brian Gionta

(Drafted

by

NHL ALUMNI

Jon Quick

NJD, 3rd Rd, 82nd Pick, 1998)

College Career Highlights (at Boston College): • Four-Time All-American (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001) • Hockey East Player of the Year in 2001, Hockey East Rookie of the Year in 1998 • Is the only player in Hockey East history to be named a four-year league All-Star • Three-time Hobey Baker Finalist • Registered back-to-back 60-point seasons in 97-98 and 98-99. • Captained the BC Eagles to a 2001 National Championship Professional Career Highlights: • Won the Stanley Cup with New Jersey in 2002-2003 • Recorded 89 points in 2005-2006 for the Devils • Played in the 2006 Winter Olympics for Team USA in Torino, Italy • Became the first Devils player since ‘01 to record 40 goals in a season in 2006. • Has tallied 373 points (188g) in 565 career games in nine seasons with NJD/MTL. • Played in his 500th NHL game in 10-11 season with the Canadiens. • Became only the 2nd US player to be named Canadiens team captain • Scored his 200th NHL goal on Feb. 9, 2011 in Boston and earned his 200th NHL assist as well as his 100th point with the Canadiens in Nov. 2011

88 NCAA Tournament Appearances

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NHL DRAFT

THE NHL DRAFT

The NHL draft has become an annual flag-waving ceremony for Hockey East as the number of NHL prospects playing in the league continues to grow. 39 NHL draftees are slated to suit up for Hockey East teams for the upcoming 2012-2013 season. 13 Hockey East student-athletes were selected in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft at the Consol Energy Center hosted by the Pittsburgh Penguins. Boston University’s 2012-13 roster boasts a league-high 10 NHL draft picks, while cross-town rival Boston College has seven players drafted. Hockey East boasted a league-record five first-round selections in 1986, to go along four first-rounders in 2000 and three in 2007 and most recently in 2012. Since Boston University goaltender Rick DiPietro was taken first overall in 2000, the league has had 21 student-athletes selected in the first round. Hockey East boasts 35 all-time first-round draft picks. 535 all-time NHL draft picks have played in the 28-year history of the league.

NHL DRAFTEES PLAYING IN HOCKEY EAST Name School NHL Team Mark Adams (Jr., D) PC Buffalo Bill Arnold (Jr., F) BC Calgary Kyle Bigos (Sr., D) MC Edmonton Connor Brickley (Jr., F) UVM Florida Brett Bruneteau (Sr., F) UVM Washington Greg Burke (Sr., F) UNH Washington Yasin Cisse (So., F) BU Winnipeg Justin Courtnall (Sr., F) BU Tampa Bay Cody Ferriero (Jr., F) NU San Jose Johnny Gaudreau (So., F) BC Calgary Jon Gillies (Fr., G) PC Calgary Matt Grzelcyk (Fr., D) BU Boston Kevin Hayes (Jr., F) BC Chicago Connor Hellebuyck (Fr., G) UML Winnipeg Ben Hutton (Fr., D) ME Vancouver Mark Jankowski (Fr., F) PC Calgary Nick Luukko (So., D) UVM Philadelphia Eric Knodel (Jr., D) UNH Toronto Sam Kurker (Fr., F) BU St. Louis Isaac MacLeod (Jr., D) BC San Jose Josh Manson (So., D) NU Anaheim Michael Matheson, (Fr., D) BC Florida Sean McGuire (Fr., G) BU Pittsburgh Wade Megan (Sr., F) BU Florida Wesley Myron (Fr., F) BU Vancouver Matt Nieto (Jr., F) BU San Jose Garrett Noonan (Jr., D) BU Nashville Danny O’Regan (Fr., F) BU San Jose Martin Ouellette (Jr., G) ME Columbus Michael Paliotta (So., D) UVM Chicago Nick Pryor (Sr., D) ME Anaheim Kevin Roy NU Anaheim Vinny Saponari (Sr., F) NU Winnipeg Devin Shore (Fr., F) ME Dallas Dmitry Sinitsyn (Fr., D) UML Dallas Colin Sullivan BC Montreal Alex Velischek (Sr., D) PC Pittsburgh Patrick Wey (Sr., D) BC Washington Scott Wilson (So., F) UML Pittsburgh 2012 NHL Draft selections in bold

Rd. 5th 4th 4th 2nd 4th 6th 5th 7th 5th 4th 3rd 4th 1st 5th 5th 1st 6th 5th 2nd 5th 6th 1st 4th 5th 6th 2nd 4th 5th 7th 3rd 7th 4th 4th 2nd 183 198 5th 4th 7th

Pick Year 134 2009 108 2010 99 2009 50 2010 108 2007 175 2008 150 2010 210 2007 127 2010 104 2011 75 2012 85 2012 24 2010 130 2012 147 2012 21 2012 179 2010 128 2009 56 2012 136 2010 160 2011 23 2012 113 2012 138 2009 17 2012 47 2011 112 2011 138 2012 184 2010 70 2011 208 2008 97 2012 94 2008 61 2012 7th 2012 7th 2011 173 2009 115 2009 209 2011

Hockey East All-time First Round Picks

Year Pick Name School NHL Team 1984 13th David Quinn BU Minnesota 1986 5th Shawn Anderson ME Buffalo 9th Brian Leetch BC NY Rangers 11th Scott Young BU Hartford 13th Craig Janney BC Boston 17th Tom Fitzgerald PC NY Islanders 1989 5th Bill Guerin BC New Jersey 1990 19th Keith Tkachuk BU Winnipeg 1991 4th Scott Lachance BU NY Islanders 1992 13th Joe Hulbig PC Edmonton 24th Peter Ferraro ME NY Rangers 1993 4th Paul Kariya ME Anaheim 1994 22nd Jeff Kealty BU Toronto 1996 14th Marty Reasoner BC St. Louis 1999 20th Barrett Heisten ME Buffalo 2000 1st Rick DiPietro BU NY Islanders 13th Ron Hainsey UML Montreal 18th Brooks Orpik BC Pittsburgh 19th Krys Kolanos BC Phoenix 2001 14th Chuck Kobasew BC Calgary 2002 5th Ryan Whitney BU Pittsburgh 27th Mike Morris NU San Jose 2003 26th Brian Boyle BC Los Angeles 29th Patrick Eaves BC Ottawa 2004 26th Cory Schneider BC Vancouver 2007 2nd James van Riemsdyk UNH Philadelphia 14th Kevin Shattenkirk BU Colorado 28th Nick Petrecki BC San Jose 2008 7th Colin Wilson BU Nashville 2009 19th Chris Kreider BC N.Y. Rangers 2010 24th Kevin Hayes BC Chicago 28th Charlie Coyle BU San Jose 2011 14th Jamie Oleksiak NU Dallas 2012 21st Mark Jankowski PC Calgary 24th Michael Matheson BC Florida

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www.HockeyEastOnline.com Hockey East boasts a long tradition of representation on the world stage of ice hockey, most notably in prominent international tournaments. Typical of the Hockey East influence was the U.S. roster for the World Junior Championships in 1999. Nine Hockey East players representing six different programs took part: Pat Aufiero (BU), Rick DiPietro (BU), Patrick Foley (UNH), Ron Hainsey (UML), Barrett Heisten (Maine), Doug Janik (Maine), Willie Levesque (NU), Brooks Orpik (BC) and John Sabo (BU). DiPietro was selected as the Most Outstanding Goaltender. In the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, eight former Hockey East players steered Team USA to a silver medal, its best finish since the 1980 team won the gold medal in storybook fashion. Among the 2002 silver medalists were 1998 Olympic team veterans Tony Amonte (BU), Bill Guerin (BC), Brian Leetch (BC) and Keith Tkachuk (BU). Former Hockey East Commissioner Lou Lamoriello served as general manager for the squad while another former Friar, Ron Wilson, served as head coach. The torch is already being passed by those veterans to a new crop of patriots with the selection of UMass’ Jon Quick two years ago.

Five players with Hockey East ties were selected to the U.S. Men’s Hockey Team that won a silver medal in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver. That list includes: Jon Quick (G, UMass), Tim Thomas (G, Vermont), Brooks Orpik (D, BC), Ryan Whitney (D, BU) and Chris Drury (F, BU). The Olympic coaching staff was also made up of all alums from Hockey East schools in PC’s Brian Burke and Ron Wilson, as the GM and head coach, along with NU’s David Poile, who served as Associate GM. BC’s Scott Gordon and Maine’s John Tortorella were assisted coaches for the men’s Olympic squad. In addition to providing an outstanding feeder source for the U.S. National Teams, Hockey East has offered a unique option for Canadian prospects and for a handful of overseas talents as well. In addition to the Olympic Game s last year, BC’s Chris Kreider and BU’s David Warsofsky were teammates on the U.S. team that won gold at the World Junior Championships in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Several prominent Canadian players have trekked through the Hockey East ranks, most notably Paul Kariya, who took the league by storm as a

freshman in 1992-93, recording 100 overall points in leading the Black Bears to the 1993 NCAA championship. Kariya has repeatedly represented Canada at the highest levels of international competition. Nine Europeans are slated to compete in Hockey East play in 2011-12; including Swedes Theo Andersson, Klas Leidermark and Bill Norman from Maine, along with Sebastian Stålberg and Tobias Nilsson-Roos from Vermont. UMass’ Oleg Yevenko calls Belarus home and Merrimack’s freshman goaltender Rasmus Tirronen hails from Finland and NU’s Ludwig Karlsson is a native of Sweden. The league is just five years removed from its peak of European participation when 11 student-athletes representing nine different countries played in Hockey East. A total of 54 Europeans have played in Hockey East, most originating from the Scandinavian countries of Finland (16 players) and Sweden (16). But there have also been players from Austria, France, Latvia, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia and Switzerland. The first European player in Hockey East was Jyrki Maki, who was a freshman at the University of Lowell in the inaugural season of 1984-85.

INTERNATIONAL

Hockey East international

HOCKEY EAST AND TEAM USA

BU’s Chris Drury made his third appearance with the U.S. National Team and won a silver medal in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver

Olympians Player School Years Tony Amonte BU 1998, 2002 Greg Brown BC 1988, 1992 Keith Carney ME 1998 Ted Crowley BC 1994 Rick DiPietro BU 2006 Clark Donatelli BU 1988, ‘92 Chris Drury BU ‘02, ‘06, ‘10 Mike Dunham ME ‘92, ‘94, ‘02 David Emma BC 1992 Peter Ferraro ME 1994 Brian Gionta BC 2006 Scott Gordon BC 1992 Bill Guerin BC ‘98, ‘02, ‘06 Steve Heinze BC 1992 Chris Imes ME 1994 Craig Janney BC 1988 Scott Lachance BU 1992 Jeff Lazaro UNH 1994 Brian Leetch BC ‘88, ‘98, ‘02 John Lilley BU 1994 Matt Martin ME 1994 Shawn McEachern BU 1992 Marty McInnis BC 1992 Brooks Orpik BC 2010 Tom Poti BU 2002 Jonathan Quick UMass 2010 David Sacco BU 1994 Joe Sacco BU 1992

Olympians (cont.) Player School Years Garth Snow ME 1994 Kevin Stevens BC 1988 Tim Sweeney BC 1992 Chris Terreri PC 1988 Keith Tkachuk BU ‘92, ‘98, ‘02, ‘06 Eric Weinrich ME 1988 Ryan Whitney BU 2010 Scott Young BU ‘88, ‘92, ‘02 Canada Cup/World Cup Player School Tourneys Tony Amonte BU 1996, 2004 Doug Brown BC 1991 Greg Brown BC 1991 Ty Conklin UNH 2004 Rick DiPietro BU 2004 Chris Drury BU 2004 Hal Gill PC 2004 Bill Guerin BC 1996, 2004 Craig Janney BC 1991 Brian Leetch BC ‘91, ‘96, ‘04 Shawn McEachern BU 1996 Keith Tkachuk BU 1996, 2004 Eric Weinrich ME 1991, 2004 Scott Young BU 1996

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ALUMNI COACHES AND ADMINISTRATORS

ALUMNI

The spectrum of former Hockey East players securing high-level coaching and administrative positions is ever-expanding. Below is a partial list of former players that are now in high-level coaching and administrative positions. Individuals listed in bold competed in Hockey East play. NHL Head Coaches Name Team Joe Sacco Colorado Avalanche John Tortorella New York Rangers

Final Letter BU ‘90 ME ‘81

NHL Assistant Coaches Name Team Tim Army Colorado Scott Gordon Toronto David Quinn Colorado Mike Sullivan N.Y. Rangers

Final Letter PC ‘85 BC ‘86 BU ‘87 BU ‘90

NHL Goaltending Coaches Name Team Mike Dunham N.Y. Islanders Chris Terreri New Jersey

Final Letter ME ‘93 PC ‘86

College Head Coaches Name Program Norm Bazin UMass-Lowell Bill Beaney Middlebury Rick Bennett Union Tim Ceglarski Elmira Rob Davies Curry Mark Dennehy Merrimack Bob Deraney Providence (women) Brian Durocher BU (women) Bob Emery Plattsburgh Kurt Kleinendorst Alabama-Huntsville Jim Madigan Northeastern Mike McShane Norwich Terry Meagher Bowdoin Bill O’Neill Salem State Jack Parker Boston University Dick Umile New Hampshire Jerry York Boston College

Final Letter UML ‘94 UNH ‘73 PC ‘90 BC ‘87 BU ‘82 BC ‘91 BU ‘87 BU ‘78 BC ‘86 PC ‘83 NU ‘85 UNH ‘71 BU ‘76 BU ‘79 BU ‘68 UNH ‘72 BC ‘67

Joe Sacco

John Tortorella

Division I Assistant Coaches Name Program Mike Bavis Boston University David Berard Connecticut Campbell Blair Alaska-Anchorage Greg Brown Boston College Bob Corkum Maine Patrick Foley Northeastern Joey Gasparini Vermont Mike Geragosian Boston University Jim Healey Merrimack Dan Kerluke Maine Jim Logue Boston College Ben Murphy Bentley Albie O’Connell Harvard Buddy Powers Boston University Bill Riga Quinnipiac Mike Souza Brown Glenn Stewart Merrimack Jim Tortorella New Hampshire Mark White Brown

NHL Administrators Name Position Team Ron Anderson Director of Player Recruitment Chicago Blackhawks Brian Burke President/General Manager Toronto Maple Leafs Tim Burke Director of Scouting San Jose Sharks Gordie Clark Director of Player Personnel New York Rangers Paul Fenton Assistant General Manager Nashville Predators Tom Fitzgerald Assistant to General Manager Pittsburgh Penguins Jack Ferreira Special Assistant to the GM Los Angeles Kings John Ferguson, Jr. Director of Pro Scouting San Jose Sharks Jim Hughes Director of Player Development Toronto Maple Leafs Jay Heinbuck Director of Amateur Scouting Pittsburgh Penguins Jeff Kealty Chief Amateur Scout Nashville Predators Chris Lamoriello Senior VP and General Manager/Scout Albany (AHL)/New Jersey Lou Lamoriello CEO, President & GM New Jersey Devils Dave Nonis Senior V.P. of Hockey Operations Toronto Maple Leafs Dave Poile General Manager and Exec. V.P. of Hockey Ops. Nashville Predators Chris Pryor Director of Hockey Operations Philadelphia Flyers Garth Snow General Manager New York Islanders Chris Zimmerman President/CEO Vancouver Canucks

Final Letter BU ‘74 PC ‘77 UNH ‘77 UNH ‘74 BU ‘82 PC ‘88 BU ‘66 PC ‘89 PC ‘89 NU ‘86 BU ‘98 PC ‘94 PC ‘63 ME ‘88 NU ‘70 UNH ‘83 ME ‘93 UVM ‘81

Other Head Coaches Name Tony Amonte Mark Carlson Mickey Goulet Shawn McEachern Ryan Miller Jim Montgomery Scott Young

Position Affiliation Head Coach Thayer Academy Head Coach Cedar Rapids (USHL) Director of National Program/Head Coach Italy Head Coach Rivers School Head Coach Culver Military Academy Head Coach Dubuque (USHL) Head Coach St. Mark’s

Final Letter BU ‘91 UML ‘93 UNH ‘69 BU ‘91 UVM ‘03 ME ‘93 BU ‘87

Other Administrators Name Tom Peters Jeff Schulman

Position Associate AD Senior Associate AD

Final Letter UMass ‘71 UVM ‘89

Affiliation Boston College Vermont

Final Letter BU ‘93 PC ‘92 ME ‘90 BC ‘90 ME ‘89 UNH ‘04 UVM ‘06 UML ‘75 MC ‘07 ME ‘01 BC ‘61 ME ‘05 BU ‘99 BU ‘75 UML ‘96 UNH ‘00 UNH ‘94 ME ‘81 UNH ‘01

Brian Burke

Dave Poile

Garth Snow

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RECORDS

Former Lowell Forward Jon Morris Hockey East’s All-Time Leading Scorer

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

TEAM RECORDS Summary The records listed here reflect only regular season games played within the conference schedule. From the 1984-85 season to the 1988-89 season, Hockey East teams played a slate of conference games that overlapped with the WCHA conference schedule, all of which counted towards the regular season standings and records.

Wins

and

Losses

Best Win Pct.: .938 Most Wins: 26 Most Losses: 27 Fewest Losses: 1 Fewest Wins: 1 Most Home Wins: 15 Most Road Wins: 12 Most Ties: 8 Most OT Games: 9

Streaks

Maine (22-1-1 in 1992-93) Boston College (1986-87) Lowell (1985-86) New Hampshire (1987-88) Maine (1992-93) Merrimack (2004-05) Boston College (1986-87) Boston College (1984-85, 1985-86) Maine (1992-93) Boston University (2006-07) Boston University (1984-85, 1985-86)

Winning: 16 Unbeaten: 30 Winless: 25 Losing: 20

Maine (11/7/92 to 2/13/93) Maine (27-0-3; 1/25/92 to 2/13/93) Merrimack (0-24-1; 11/12/04 to 11/26/05) Merrimack (12/4/04 to 11/26/05)

Home Home Home Home

Boston College (12/5/89 to 2/7/91) New Hampshire (21-0-9; 11/7/98 to 1/19/01) Merrimack (0-13-0; 11/13/04 to 11/18/05) Merrimack (11/13/04 to 11/18/05)

Road Road Road Road

Winning: 17 Unbeaten: 30 Winless: 13 Losing: 13

Winning: 12 Unbeaten: 17 Winless: 23 Losing: 16

Maine (11/7/92 to 2/27/93) Maine (16-0-1; 2/7/92 to 2/27/93) Merrimack (0-20-3; 1/31/04 to 1/21/06) New Hampshire (2/10/85 to 2/6/86)

Special Teams

Best Power Play: 33.9% (50 of 118) Lowest Power Play: 7.6% (10 of 131) Best Penalty Kill: 93.5% (100 of 107) Lowest Penalty Kill: 66.7% (98 of 147) Most Power Play Goals season: 50 game: 6 both teams: 10 period: 4

Maine (1990-91) Merrimack (2006-07) New Hampshire (2000-01) Lowell (1985-86)

— Maine (1990-91) Boston University (11/8/88 vs. PC) UMass Lowell (1/15/95 vs. MC) New Hampshire (1/12/96 vs.UML) New Hampshire (1/29/05 vs. UML) Merrimack vs. Providence (11/4/94) New Hampshire (1/29/05 vs. UML)

Most Shorthanded Goals — season: 13 Boston University (1995-96) game: 3 Boston University (11/4/95 vs. NU) Boston College (1/6/95 vs. UMass) Maine (1/23/04 at BU) Most Penalty Minutes — season: 694 Northeastern (1984-85) game: 144 Maine (1/24/04 at BU) both teams: 268 Maine at Boston University (1/24/04) period: 138 Maine (1/24/04 at BU) both teams: 256 Maine at Boston University (1/24/04) Fewest Penalty Minutes — season: 227 New Hampshire (1989-90) game, both: 0 Boston College vs. Massachusetts (1/7/02)

Team Scoring

Most Goals Scored — season: 203 game: 15 both teams: 21 period: 7 both teams: 10

Boston College (1986-87) Boston College (1/30/85 vs. UL) Boston College 15, Lowell 6 (1/30/85) Boston College (1/17/92 vs. NU) New Hampshire (2/14/97 vs. PC) Boston U. 5, No. Michigan 5 (1/18/86) Boston U. 5, Wisconsin 5 (1/13/88)

Most Goals Per Game: 6.35 Fewest Goals Scored: 28 Fewest Goals Per Game: 1.04 Fewest Goals Allowed: 42 Lowest GAA: 1.75 Most Goals Allowed: 188 Highest GAA: 6.09 Fastest Two Goals – one team: 0:04

Boston College (1986-87) Merrimack (2006-07) Merrimack (2006-07) Maine (2003-04) Maine (2003-04) New Hampshire (1985-86) Merrimack (1989-90)

Lowell (1/3/87 at Minnesota) Boston University (11/30/87 vs. Denver)

Fastest Three Goals — one team: 0:24 Lowell (1/26/85 vs. Maine) both teams: 0:15 Maine vs. Merrimack (2/15/91) Fastest Four Goals – one team: 1:16 New Hampshire vs. Merrimack (11/8/97) both teams: 1:01 Maine vs. Merrimack (2/15/91)

Jim Montgomery captained the 1992-93 Maine team that went 22-1-1 in league play and 42-1-2 overall.

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Summary Defenseman Scoring

Individual Scoring Most Points — career: 177 season: 74 game: 7 period: 5

Jon Morris, Lowell (1984-88) Craig Janney, BC (1986-87) Four times – Last by Mike Kelfer, BU and Dave Tomlinson, BU (11/8/88 vs. PC) Lyle Wildgoose, PC (2/5/88 vs. Maine) Brian Gionta, BC (1/27/01 vs. Maine)

Most Goals — career: 83 season: 32 game: 5 period: 5

Brian Gionta, BC (1997-2001) Scott Harlow, BC (1985-86) Jay Mazur, Maine (2/7/87 vs. Lowell) Joe Flanagan, UNH (1/3/89 at Lowell) Brian Gionta, BC (1/27/01 vs. Maine) Brian Gionta, BC (1/27/01 vs. Maine)

Most Assists — career: 103 season: 51 game: 5 period: 4

Jon Morris, Lowell (1984-88) Craig Janney, BC (1986-87) Six times Last by Martin Kariya, Maine (1/10/03 vs. NU) Bob Lachance, BU (3/4/95 vs. BC)

Most Points — career: 107 season: 39 game: 6

Rob Cowie, NU (1987-91) Dominic Campedelli, BC (1984-85) Brian Leetch, BC (1986-87) Jack Capuano, Maine (1/30/88 vs. UNH)

Most Goals — career: 34 season: 13 game: 3

Rob Cowie, NU (1987-91) Rob Cowie, NU (1990-91) Several times Last by Thomas Pöck, UMass (1/5/03 vs. PC)

Most Assists — career: 79 season: 35 game: 4

Mike Mottau, BC (1996-00) Dominic Campedelli, BC (1984-85) Several times

Freshman Scoring Most Points — season: 63 game: 7 period: 5

Paul Kariya, Maine (1992-93) Lyle Wildgoose, PC (2/5/88 vs. Maine) Lyle Wildgoose, PC (2/5/88 vs. Maine)

Most Goals — season: 22 game: 5 period: 3

Brian Gionta, BC (1997-98) Joe Flanagan, UNH (1/3/89 at Lowell) Lyle Wildgoose, PC (2/5/88 vs. Maine)

Most Shorthanded Goals — career: 8 Mark Mowers, UNH (1994-98) season: 5 Three times Last by Jay Pandolfo, BU (1995-96) game: 3 Jay Pandolfo, BU (11/4/95 vs. NU)

Most Assists — season: 48 game: 5 period: 3

Paul Kariya, Maine (1992-93) Paul Kariya, Maine (12/5/92 vs. NU) Several times

Most Hat Tricks — career: 7 season: 3

Individual Miscellaneous

Most Power Play Goals — career: 31 Jeff Daw, UML (1992-96) Brian Gionta, BC (1997-2001) season: 15 David Emma, BC (1989-90) game: 4 Jay Mazur, Maine (2/7/87 vs. UML)

Brian Gionta, BC (1997-2001) Three times Last by Jay Pandolfo, BU (1995-96)

Longest point streak: 23 games Paul Kariya, Maine (1992-93) Fastest Two Goals: 0:10 Brian Gionta, BC (11/21/00 vs MC) Fastest Three Goals: 3:10 Mike Kelfer, BU (11/8/88 vs. PC)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

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THE LAST TIME .....A HEA team scored Date 7 Goals Feb. 26, 2011 8 Goals Jan. 27, 2012 9 Goals Dec. 3, 2010 10 Goals Jan. 5, 2002 11 Goals Feb. 5, 2011 12 Goals Feb. 14, 1998 13 Goals 14 Goals Nov. 13, 1992 15 Goals Jan. 30, 1985 5 goals (P) Feb. 26, 2010

Matchup at Maine 7, Merrimack 1 NU 8 at UVM 3 BC 9 at Boston U. 5 at UNH 10, Merrimack 1 at Merrimack 11, UMass 2 at Maine 12, UMass 2 N/A at Maine 14, Merrimack 1 at BC 15, Lowell 6 Maine vs. MC (3rd)

.....Two HEA teams combined to score 14+ goals 14 goals 15 goals 16 goals 17 goals 18 goals

Date Feb. 18, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 March 1, 2002 Feb. 15, 1997 Dec. 6, 1991 March 5, 1993

Matchup at BC 7, Northeastern 7 BC 9 at Boston U. 5 at Maine 9, Boston U. 6 at Merrimack 11, BC 5 Boston U. 10, Northeastern 7 Boston U. 12, Providence 6

A Player Recorded....(In a Game) Skaters 4 Goals Bobby Butler, UNH (2/12/10 vs. PC) 5 Goals Brian Flynn, Maine (2/19/10 vs. UML) 5 Assists Mike Sislo, UNH (12/5/10 vs. Vermont) 6+ Points Brian Flynn, Maine (2/19/12 vs. UMass; 7) 3 PPG Gustav Nyquist, Maine (2/4/11 vs. UNH) 2 SHG Josh Soares, Maine (12/9/06 vs. NU) Goalies 40 saves in SO 50+ saves

Chris Rawlings, NU (11/6/09 vs. BU) Kevin Regan, UNH (2/15/07 at PC; 52)

LONGEST STREAKS Points Jay Heinbuck, NU (11/23/85 to 1/30/86) Goals Lucas Lawson, Maine (2/15/02 to 3/8/02) Wins Kevin Regan, UNH (11 games, 06-07) Shutout Streak Dan Sullivan, Maine (202:46; 2/18/11 to 2/25/11)

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SCORING RECORDS (Career) (Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY)

Points

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 20. 24. 26. 28. 29. 31. 32. 33. 35. 38. 43. 46. 47. 48.

Name Seasons Jon Morris, UL 1984-88 David Emma, BC 1987-91 John Cullen, BU 1984-87 Dan Shea, BC 1984-88 Dave Capuano, ME 1986-89 Jim Montgomery, ME 1989-93 Brian Gionta, BC 1997-01 Jason Krog, UNH 1995-99 Mike Kelfer, BU 1985-89 Kevin Heffernan, NU 1984-88 Mark Mowers, UNH 1994-98 Chris Drury, BU 1994-98 Gord Cruickshank, PC 1984-88 Kevin Stevens, BC 1984-87 Scott Harlow, BC 1984-86 Darren Haydar, UNH 1998-02 Ken Hodge, BC 1984-87 Rob Gaudreau, PC 1988-92 Cory Larose, ME 1996-00 David Sacco, BU 1988-93 Steve Kariya, ME 1995-99 Brian Flynn, Maine 2008-12 David O’Brien, NU 1985-88 Mike Boback, PC 1988-92 Christian Sbrocca, UML 1992-96 Eric Boguniecki, UNH 1993-97 Tim Sweeney, BC 1985-89 Clark Donatelli, BU 1984-87 Harry Mews, NU 1987-90 David Tomlinson, BU 1987-91 Peter MacArthur, BU 2004-08 Rejean Stringer, MC 1995-99 Joe Flanagan, UNH 1988-92 Rob Cowie, NU (D) 1988-91 Jean-Yves Roy, ME 1989-92 Scott Pellerin, ME 1988-92 Jordon Shields, NU 1993-96 Marty Reasoner, BC 1995-98 Jeff Farkas, BC 1996-00 Brian Gibbons, BC 2007-11 Wade MacLeod, NU 2007-11 Mike McHugh, ME 1984-88 Ben Eaves, BC 2000-04 Chad Quenneville, PC 1991-95 Tony Voce, BC 2000-04 Mike Souza, UNH 1996-00 James Richmond, UNH 1984-87 Rod Isbister, NU 1983-86 Shawn Wansborough, ME 1994-98 Craig Charron, UML 1986-90 Tim Hanley, UNH 1984-88

Points Per Game

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

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Name Dave Capuano, ME Scott Harlow, BC David Emma, BC Craig Janney, BC Jim Montgomery, ME Jean-Yves Roy, ME Ken Hodge, BC Steve Heinze, BC John Cullen, BU Rod Isbister, NU

GP 121 91 98 122 80 87 96 96 107 121 93 94 117 97 96 96 76 88 92 91 95 108 117 80 95 90 97 98 92 92 104 93 88 93 63 81 94 71 94 107 107 109 71 91 94 96 91 65 85 103 117

G 74 67 64 56 65 49 83 53 67 56 53 74 81 56 56 56 42 57 39 43 42 50 51 47 37 48 57 49 41 45 47 38 56 34 53 57 40 45 46 33 46 47 32 53 53 40 38 44 51 46 42

(minimum of 50 games) Seasons GP G 1986-89 80 65 1984-86 68 61 1987-91 91 67 1985-87 56 33 1989-93 87 49 1989-92 63 53 1984-87 76 42 1988-91 63 54 1984-87 98 64 1984-86 65 44

A 83 63 94 64 97 53 79 45 89 56

A 103 94 89 94 83 97 61 91 72 82 82 59 50 69 67 67 79 63 81 75 76 68 67 68 78 66 57 62 69 65 62 70 51 73 53 49 66 59 58 71 58 57 71 50 50 62 63 56 49 54 58

Pts 148 124 161 97 146 106 121 99 153 100

Pts 177 161 153 150 148 146 144 144 139 138 135 133 131 125 123 123 121 120 120 118 118 118 118 115 115 114 114 111 110 110 109 108 107 107 106 106 106 104 104 104 104 104 103 103 103 102 101 100 100 100 100

PPG 1.85 1.82 1.77 1.73 1.68 1.68 1.59 1.57 1.56 1.54

Goals

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Brian Gionta, BC Gord Cruickshank, PC Chris Drury, BU Jon Morris, UL David Emma, BC Mike Kelfer, BU Dave Capuano, ME John Cullen, BU Scott Harlow, BC Scott Pellerin, ME Rob Gaudreau, PC Tim Sweeney, BC

Seasons 1997-01 1984-88 1994-98 1984-88 1987-91 1985-89 1986-89 1984-87 1984-86 1988-92 1988-92 1985-89

GP 96 117 94 121 91 107 80 98 68 81 88 97

G A 83 61 81 50 74 59 74 103 67 94 67 71 65 83 64 89 61 63 57 49 57 63 57 57

Goals Per Game

Rk. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

(minimum of 50 games) Name Seasons GP G A Scott Harlow, BC 1984-86 68 61 63 Brian Gionta, BC 1997-01 96 83 61 Steve Heinze, BC 1988-91 63 54 45 Jean-Yves Roy, ME 1989-92 63 53 53 Dave Capuano, ME 1986-89 80 65 83 Chris Drury, BU 1994-98 94 74 59 David Emma, BC 1987-91 91 67 94 Scott Pellerin, ME 1988-92 81 57 49 Gord Cruickshank, PC 1984-88 117 81 50 Eric Nickulas, UNH 1994-97 70 48 26

Assists

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Name Jon Morris, UL Jim Montgomery, ME David Emma, BC Dan Shea, BC Jason Krog, UNH John Cullen, BU Dave Capuano, ME Mark Mowers, UNH Kevin Heffernan, NU Cory Larose, ME

Assists Per Game

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

Name Craig Janney, BC Jim Montgomery, ME Dave Capuano, ME Ken Hodge, BC David Emma, BC Ben Eaves, BC Doug Brown, BC Jason Krog, UNH Tom Nolan, UNH Scott Harlow, BC

Seasons 1984-88 1989-93 1987-91 1984-88 1995-99 1984-87 1986-89 1994-98 1984-88 1996-00

GP 121 87 91 122 96 98 80 93 121 92

G A 74 103 49 97 67 94 56 94 53 91 64 89 65 83 53 82 56 82 39 81

(minimum of 50 games) Seasons GP G A 1985-87 56 33 64 1989-93 87 49 97 1986-89 80 65 83 1984-87 76 42 79 1987-91 91 67 94 2000-04 71 32 71 1984-86 64 33 62 1995-99 96 53 91 1994-98 58 34 55 1984-86 68 61 63

Pts 144 131 133 177 161 138 148 153 124 106 120 114

Pts 124 144 99 106 148 133 161 106 131 74

GPG 0.90 0.86 0.86 0.84 0.81 0.79 0.74 0.70 0.69 0.69

Pts 177 146 161 150 144 153 148 135 138 120

Pts 97 146 148 121 161 103 95 144 89 124

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APG 1.14 1.11 1.04 1.04 1.03 1.00 0.97 0.95 0.95 0.93


SCORING RECORDS (Single-season) (Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY)

Points

Rk. Name Season GP G A 1. Craig Janney, BC 1986-87 30 23 51 2. Scott Harlow, BC 1985-86 34 32 35 3. Jay Heinbuck, NU 1985-86 34 27 38 4. Paul Kariya, ME ! 1992-93 24 15 48 5. Dan Shea, BC 1986-87 31 20 40 Tim Army, PC 1984-85 34 21 39 7. Dave Capuano, ME 1987-88 26 25 34 John Cullen, BU 1985-86 34 20 39 9. Kevin Stevens, BC 1986-87 32 30 28 10. Scott Harlow, BC 1984-85 34 29 28 (last to reach 50 points – Jason Krog, UNH; 53 in 1998-99)

Goals

Rk. Name Season GP G A 1. Scott Harlow, BC 1985-86 34 32 35 2. Kevin Stevens, BC 1986-87 32 30 28 3. Tim Sweeney, BC 1986-87 31 29 16 29 15 Gord Cruickshank, PC 1985-86 33 Scott Harlow, BC 1984-85 34 29 28 6. Gord Cruickshank, PC 1986-87 30 28 16 27 14 7. Chris Drury, BU 1996-97 24 Jay Heinbuck, NU 1985-86 34 27 38 27 24 Bob Sweeney, BC 1984-85 34 10. Cal Ingraham, ME 1992-93 24 26 19 (last to reach 25 goals – Brian Gionta, BC; 25 in 2000-01)

Assists

Pts 74 67 65 63 60 60 59 59 58 57

Pts 67 58 45 44 57 44 41 65 51 45

Rk. Name Season GP G A Pts 51 74 1. Craig Janney, BC 1986-87 30 23 2. Paul Kariya, ME ! 1992-93 24 15 48 63 40 60 3. Dan Shea, BC 1986-87 31 20 4. Tim Army, PC 1984-85 34 21 39 60 John Cullen, BU 1985-86 34 20 39 59 38 65 6. Jay Heinbuck, NU 1985-86 34 27 7. Ken Hodge, BC 1984-85 30 13 36 49 36 48 Doug Brown, BC 1985-86 30 12 9. Dom Campedelli, BC (D) 1984-85 33 4 35 39 Scott Harlow, BC 1985-86 34 32 35 67 (last to reach 30 assists – Jason Krog, UNH; 33 in 1998-99)

Points Per Game

(minimum of 15 games) Season GP G A 1992-93 24 15 48 1986-87 30 23 51 1990-91 21 20 31 1987-88 26 25 34 1998-99 24 20 33 1989-90 21 20 23 1990-91 21 19 24 1992-93 24 17 32 1990-91 21 12 30 1985-86 34 32 35

Pts 63 74 51 59 53 43 43 49 42 67

PPG 2.63 2.47 2.43 2.27 2.21 2.05 2.05 2.04 2.00 1.97

oals er ame (minimum of 15 games) Rk. Name Season GP G A 1. Chris Drury, BU 1996-97 24 27 14 2. Scott Pellerin, ME 1991-92 21 23 10 3. Cal Ingraham, ME 1992-93 24 26 19 4. Bill Guerin, BC 1990-91 21 22 11 Steve Heinze, BC 1989-90 19 20 17 6. Brian Gionta, BC 2000-01 24 25 10 7. Jeff Flaherty, UL 1987-88 22 22 11 Derek Bekar, UNH 1997-98 21 21 13 9. Dave Capuano, ME 1987-88 26 25 34 Dave Capuano, ME 1988-89 25 24 19 Colin Hemingway, UNH 2001-02 24 23 13 Chris Drury, BU 1995-96 23 22 20

Pts 41 33 45 33 37 35 33 34 59 43 36 42

GPG 1.13 1.10 1.08 1.05 1.05 1.04 1.00 1.00 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96

Pts 63 74 32 51 42 53 49 59 60 42 31

APG 2.00 1.70 1.48 1.48 1.43 1.38 1.33 1.31 1.29 1.29 1.29

Rk. Name 1. Paul Kariya, ME ! 2. Craig Janney, BC 3. David Emma, BC 4. Dave Capuano, ME 5. Jason Krog, UNH 6. David Emma, BC Jean-Yves Roy, ME 8. Jim Montgomery, ME 9. Jim Montgomery, ME 10. Scott Harlow, BC

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Assists Per Game Rk. Name 1. Paul Kariya, ME ! 2. Craig Janney, BC 3. Keith Carney, ME (D) David Emma, BC 5. Jim Montgomery, ME 6. Jason Krog, UNH 7. Jim Montgomery, ME 8. Dave Capuano, ME 9. Dan Shea, BC Tom Nolan, UNH Rick Bennett, PC

(minimum of 15 games) Season GP G A 1992-93 24 15 48 1986-87 30 23 51 1990-91 21 1 31 1990-91 21 20 31 1990-91 21 12 30 1998-99 24 20 33 1992-93 24 17 32 1987-88 26 25 34 1986-87 31 20 40 1997-98 24 11 31 1988-89 17 9 22

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BU sniper Chris Drury scored 27 goals in 24 games (a record 1.13 goals per game) in 1996-97

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

Defensemen SCORING RECORDS (Career) (Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY)

Points

Rk. Name 1. Rob Cowie, NU 2. Mike Mottau, BC 3. Jack Capuano, ME 4. Greg Brown, BC 5. Shawn Whitham, PC 6. David Cullen, ME 7. Jim Hughes, PC 8. Dan McGillis, NU 9. Jon Coleman, BU 10. Claude Lodin, NU

Goals

Rk. Name 1. Rob Cowie, NU 2. Shawn Whitham, PC 3. Jack Capuano, ME 4. David Cullen, ME 5. Greg Brown, BC 6. Matt Gilroy, BU Dan McGillis, NU Jim Hughes, PC Thomas Pöck, UMA Brian Yandle, UNH

Assists

Rk. Name 1. Mike Mottau, BC 2. Rob Cowie, NU 3. Greg Brown, BC Jack Capuano, ME 5. David Cullen, ME 6. Claude Lodin, NU 7. Keith Carney, ME Shawn Whitham, PC 9. Jon Coleman, BU Jim Hughes, PC

Seasons 1987-91 1996-00 1985-88 1986-90 1984-88 1995-99 1985-89 1992-96 1993-97 1984-88

GP 93 96 90 77 119 93 102 95 90 106

G 34 14 25 21 29 22 19 19 16 11

A 73 79 67 67 56 60 55 54 55 59

Pts 107 93 92 88 85 82 74 73 71 70

Seasons 1987-91 1984-88 1985-88 1995-99 1986-90 2005-09 1992-96 1985-89 2002-04 2002-06

GP 93 119 90 93 77 105 95 102 46 91

G 34 29 25 22 21 19 19 19 19 19

A 73 56 67 60 67 39 54 55 16 40

Pts 107 85 92 82 88 58 73 74 35 59

Seasons 1996-00 1987-91 1986-90 1985-88 1995-99 1984-88 1988-91 1984-88 1993-97 1985-89

GP 96 93 77 90 93 106 62 119 90 102

G 14 34 21 25 22 11 6 29 16 19

A 79 73 67 67 60 59 57 56 55 55

Pts 93 107 88 92 82 70 63 85 71 74

Points Per Game

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

(minimum of 50 games) Name Seasons GP G A Pts PPG Rob Cowie, NU 1987-91 93 34 73 107 1.15 Greg Brown, BC 1986-90 77 21 67 88 1.14 Jack Capuano, ME 1985-88 90 25 67 92 1.02 Keith Carney, ME 1988-91 62 6 57 63 1.02 Mike Mottau, BC 1996-00 96 14 79 93 0.97 David Cullen, ME 1995-99 93 22 60 82 0.88 Eric Weinrich, ME 1985-87 62 11 40 51 0.82 Jon Coleman, BU 1993-97 90 16 55 71 0.79 Jayme Filipowicz, UNH 1996-00 69 9 45 54 0.78 Dan McGillis, NU 1992-96 95 19 54 73 0.77

Goals Per Game

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

(minimum of 50 games) Name Seasons GP G Rob Cowie, NU 1987-91 93 34 Jack Capuano, ME 1985-88 90 25 Greg Brown, BC 1986-90 77 21 Chris Therien, PC 1990-93 66 18 Shawn Whitham, PC 1984-88 119 29 David Cullen, ME 1995-99 93 22 Mike Nicholishen, UML 1994-98 90 19 Brian Yandle, UNH 2002-06 91 19 Dan McGillis, NU 1992-96 95 19 Jim Hughes, PC 1985-89 102 19

Assists Per Game

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

Name Keith Carney, ME Greg Brown, BC Mike Mottau, BC Rob Cowie, NU Jack Capuano, ME David Cullen, ME Jayme Filipowicz, UNH Eric Weinrich, ME Jon Coleman, BU Ed Campbell, UML

A Pts GPG 73 107 0.37 67 92 0.28 67 88 0.27 31 28 0.27 56 85 0.24 60 82 0.24 42 61 0.21 40 59 0.21 54 73 0.20 55 74 0.19

(minimum of 50 games) Seasons GP G A Pts APG 1988-91 62 6 57 63 0.92 1986-90 77 21 67 88 0.87 1996-00 96 14 79 93 0.82 1987-91 93 34 73 107 0.78 1985-88 90 25 67 92 0.74 1995-99 93 22 60 82 0.65 1996-00 69 9 45 54 0.65 1985-87 62 11 40 51 0.65 1993-97 90 16 55 71 0.61 1993-96 68 11 41 52 0.60

Rob Cowie averaged 1.15 points per league game (a Hockey East record for defensemen) during his prestigious career at Northeastern. BC’s Greg Brown (No. 4 in this photo) is second on the all-time list.

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Points Rk. 1. 3. 4. 6. 8. 10.

Name Season GP G A Pts Brian Leetch, BC ! 1986-87 30 8 31 39 Dom Campedelli, BC 1984-85 33 4 35 39 37 Jack Capuano, ME 1986-87 32 8 29 Eric Weinrich, ME 1986-87 31 9 27 36 Jim Averill, NU 1984-85 33 6 30 36 Jeff Tory, ME 1994-95 24 6 29 35 Rob Cowie, NU 1988-89 26 7 28 35 33 Jack Capuano, ME 1987-88 25 9 24 Peter Herms, UNH 1984-85 34 6 27 33 Keith Carney, ME 1990-91 21 1 31 32 Greg Brown, BC 1988-89 26 9 23 32 Greg Brown, BC ! 1986-87 30 9 23 32 (last to reach 30 points – Jim Fahey, NU, and Peter Metcalf, ME, registered 30 points each in 2001-02)

Goals Rk. 1. 2. 4. 5.

Name Season GP G A Rob Cowie, NU 1990-91 21 13 16 Chris Therien, PC 1991-92 21 12 13 Paul Marshall, BC 1987-88 26 12 18 Jim Fahey, NU 2001-02 24 10 20 Thomas Pöck, UMA 2002-03 24 10 6 (11 defensemen have scored nine goals in one season. Last: Maury Edwards, UML (2008-09)

Assists Rk. 1 2. 4. 5. 7. 8. 10.

Name Dom Campedelli, BC Keith Carney, ME Brian Leetch, BC ! Jim Averill, NU Jeff Tory, ME Jack Capuano, ME Rob Cowie, NU Eric Weinrich, ME Peter Herms, UNH Peter Metcalf, ME

Season 1984-85 1990-91 1986-87 1984-85 1994-95 1986-87 1988-89 1986-87 1984-85 2001-02

GP 33 21 30 33 24 32 26 31 34 24

G 4 1 8 6 6 8 7 9 6 5

A 35 31 31 30 29 29 28 27 27 25

Pts 29 25 30 30 16

Pts 39 32 39 36 35 37 35 36 33 30

Points Per Game Rk. Name 1. Keith Carney, ME 2. Rob Cowie, NU 3. Jeff Tory, ME 4. Rob Cowie, NU 5. Rob Cowie, NU 6. Jack Capuano, ME 7. Brian Leetch, BC ! 8. Jim Fahey, NU Peter Metcalf, ME 10. Greg Brown, BC

Goals Per Game

Rk. Name 1. Rob Cowie, NU 2. Chris Therien, PC 3. Paul Marshall, BC 4. Jim Fahey, NU Thomas Pöck, UMA 6. Rob Cowie, NU 7. A. Cappelletti, UML Thomas Pöck, UMA Stephen Wood, PC 10. Jack Capuano, ME Jim Hughes, PC

(minimum of 15 games) Season GP G A Pts PPG 1990-91 21 1 31 32 1.52 1989-90 20 8 22 30 1.50 1994-95 24 6 29 35 1.46 1990-91 21 13 16 29 1.38 1988-89 26 7 28 35 1.35 1987-88 25 9 24 33 1.32 1986-87 30 8 31 39 1.30 2001-02 24 10 20 30 1.25 2001-02 24 5 25 30 1.25 1988-89 26 9 23 32 1.23

(minimum of 15 games) Season GP G A Pts GPG 1990-91 21 13 16 29 0.62 1991-92 21 12 13 25 0.57 1987-88 26 12 18 30 0.46 2001-02 24 10 20 30 0.42 2002-03 24 10 6 16 0.42 1989-90 20 8 22 30 0.40 1998-99 24 9 9 18 0.38 2003-04 24 9 10 19 0.38 2003-04 24 9 11 20 0.38 1987-88 25 9 24 33 0.36 1988-89 25 9 15 24 0.36

Assists Per Game

(minimum of 15 games) Rk. Name Season GP G A Pts APG 1. Keith Carney, ME 1990-91 21 1 31 32 1.48 2. Jeff Tory, ME 1994-95 24 6 29 35 1.21 3. Rob Cowie, NU 1989-90 20 8 22 30 1.10 4. Rob Cowie, NU 1988-89 26 7 28 35 1.08 5. Dom Campedelli, BC 1984-85 33 4 35 39 1.06 6. Peter Metcalf, ME 2001-02 24 5 25 30 1.04 7. Brian Leetch, BC ! 1986-87 30 8 31 39 1.03 8. Brett Clark, ME ! 1995-96 22 4 22 26 1.00 Greg Brown, BC 1989-90 21 3 21 24 1.00 10. Jack Capuano, ME 1987-88 25 9 24 33 0.96 Mike Mottau, BC 1998-99 24 3 23 26 0.96

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GOALTENDING RECORDS (Career)

GOALIE RECORDS

(Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY - minimum 40 games played)

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

(Minimum 30 Games Played)

Name, School Years Jimmy Howard, ME 03-05 John Curry, BU 05-07 Matti Kaltiainen, BC 02-05 Parker Milner, BC 10-Pres Kevin Regan, UNH 05-08 Cory Schneider, BC 05-07 Ty Conklin, UNH 99-01 Joe Fallon, UVM 06-08 Jeff Pietrasiak, UNH 03-06 Ben Bishop, ME 06-08 Brad Thiessen, NU 07-09 John Muse, BC 08-11 Jonathan Quick, UMass 06-07 Kieran Millan, BU 09-12 Mike Morrison, ME 99-02

GAA 1.926 2.021 2.045 2.072 2.086 2.094 2.117 2.212 2.229 2.304 2.323 2.338 2.407 2.465 2.468

Save Percentage

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

(Minimum 30 Games Played) Name, School Years GA Svs Save % Kevin Regan, UNH 05-08 155 2132 .932 Jimmy Howard, ME 03-05 94 1202 .927 Jonathan Quick, UMass 06-07 90 1144 .927 John Curry, BU 05-07 141 1770 .926 Cory Schneider, BC 05-07 133 1643 .925 Brad Thiessen, NU 07-09 186 2276 .924 Jeff Pietrasiak, UNH 03-06 63 761 .924 Parker Milner, BC 10-Present 71 806 .919 Kieran Millan, BU 09-12 216 2427 .918 Ty Conklin, UNH 99-01 121 1346 .918 Ben Bishop, ME 06-08 152 1682 .917 John Muse, BC 08-11 219 2372 .915 Chris Rawlings, NU 10-Present 200 2163 .915 Brian Foster, UNH 07-10 154 1655 .915 Doug Carr, UML 11-Present 103 1105 .915

Saves

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

Name, School Years Bruce Racine, NU 85-88 Alex Beaudry, PC 09-12 Paul Dainton, UMass 08-11 Greg Taylor, BC 94-97 Rob Madore, UVM 09-12 Kieran Millan, BU 09--12 John Muse, BC 08-11 Joe Cannata, MC 09-12 Brad Thiessen, NU 07-09 Brian Regan, UMass 09-98

Shutouts Rk. 1. 5. 6.

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GA 94 141 130 71 155 133 121 152 63 152 186 219 90 216 77

Name, School Years Scott Clemmensen, BC 98-01 Jimmy Howard, ME 03-05 Cory Schneider, BC 05-07 John Curry, BU 05-07 Brad Thiessen, NU 07-09 Joe Fallon, UVM 06-08 Sean Matile, UNH 97-99 Kevin Regan, UNH 05-08 Tyler Sims, PC 05-08 John Muse, BC 08-11 Kieran Millan, BU 09-12 Chris Rawlings, NU 10-present

Save% .872 .900 .911 .874 .900 .918 .915 .913 .924 .869 GAA 2.628 1.926 2.094 2.021 2.323 2.212 2.628 2.086 2.482 2.338 2.465 2.777

Saves 2999 2594 2535 2448 2440 2427 2372 2312 2276 2219 SO 9 9 9 9 9 8 6 6 6 6 6 6

Wins

Rk. Name, School Years 1. Kieran Millan, BU 09-12 2. Scott Clemmensen, BC 98-01 3. Kevin Regan, UNH 05-08 4. John Muse, BC 08-11 5. Bruce Racine, NU 85-55 6. Scott King, ME 87-90 7. Matti Kaltiainen, BC 02-05 Joe Cannata, MC 09-12 9. Cory Schneider, BC 05-07 John Curry, BU 05-07 11. Dave Littman 85-89 Brad Thiessen, NU 07-09 13. Alfie Michaud, ME 97-99 14. Scott Gordon, BC 85-86 Michel Larocque, BU 96-99 16. Sean Fields, BU 00-04 Paul Dainton, UMA 08-11 18. Greg Taylor, BC 94-97 Blair Allison, ME 94-96 Tyler Sims, PC 05-08 Ben Bishop, ME 06-08

Win% .659 .694 .727 .590 .490 .730 .695 .528 .690 .674 .646 .557 .651 .704 .675 .526 .445 .455 .675 .488 .544

Win Percentage

(Minimum of 30 Games Played) Rk. Name, School Years W-L-T 1. Garth Snow, ME 91-93 30-4-3 2. Mike Dunham, ME 91-93 25-4-1 3. Parker Milner, BC 10-Pres 26-6-1 4. Shaun Real, BC 85-87 19-5-0 5. Derek Herlofsky, BU 92-95 28-9-4 6. Scott King, ME 87-90 43-15-3 7. Tom Noble, BU 95-98 30-10-4 8. Kevin Regan, UNH 05-08 50-16-9 9. Scott Gordon, BC 85-86 37-15-2 10. Matti Kaltiainen, BC 02-05 41-16-7

Minutes

Rk. Name, School Years 1. Bruce Racine, NU 85-88 2. John Muse, BC 08-11 3. Rob Madore, UVM 09-12 4. Paul Dainton, UMass 08-11 5. Alex Beaudry, PC 09-12 6. Kieran Millan, BU 09-12 7. Joe Cannata, MC 09-12 8. Greg Taylor, BC 94-97 9. Tyler Sims, PC 05-08 10. Brad Thiessen, NU 07-09

Games Played

Rk. Name, School Years 1. Bruce Racine, NU 85-88 2. Alex Beaudry, PC 09-12 3. John Muse, BC 08-11 4. Paul Dainton. UMass 08-11 Rob Madore, UVM 09-12 6. Kieran Millan, BU 09-12 Joe Cannata, MC 09-12 8. Greg Taylor, BC 94-97 9. Tyler Sims, PC 05-08 10. Scott Clemmensen, BC 98-01 Gabe Winer, UMass 03-06

W-L-T 47-49-8 48-31-15 27-46-18 35-45-11 23-54-18 53-25-10 41-36-12 34-42-12 34-36-10 39-30-10

W-L-T 47-49-8 23-54-18 48-31-15 35-45-11 27-46-18 53-25-10 41-36-12 34-42-12 34-36-10 52-21-7 32-40-6

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W-L-T 53-25-10 52-21-7 50-16-9 48-31-15 47-49-8 43-15-3 41-16-7 41-36-12 40-16-7 40-16-13 39-20-6 39-30-10 38-19-6 37-15-2 37-16-7 35-31-10 35-45-11 34-42-12 34-13-13 34-36-10 34-28-6

Win % .851 .850 .803 .792 .732 .730 .727 .727 .704 .695

Minutes 6352 5621 5504 5439 5362 5257 5220 5137 4811 4805

GP 105 96 94 93 93 90 90 89 85 82 82


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Goals Against Average

(Minimum 10 Games Played)

Wins

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

Year 03-04 03-04 98-99 97-98 01-02 08-09 04-05 04-05 07-08 00-01 10-11 06-07 11-12 06-07 09-10

Win Percentage

Name, School Jimmy Howard, ME Matt Kaltiainen, BC Ty Conklin, UNH Michel Larocque, BU Mike Ayers, UNH Kieran Millan, BU Matti Kaltiainen, BC Cory Schneider, BC Kevin Regan, UNH Ty Conklin, UNH John Muse, BC John Curry, BU Parker Milner, BC Joe Fallon, UVM Parker Milner, BC

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aves Rk. Name, School Year 1. Chris Terreri, PC 84-85 2. Bruce Racine, NU 85-86 3. Al Loring, ME 85-86 4. Scott Gordon, BC 84-85 5. Dana Demole, UL 85-86 6. Kieran Millan, BU 10-11 7. Matt Di Girolamo, UNH 10--11 8. Bruce Racine, NU 86-87 9. Brad Thiessen, NU 08-09 10. Rob Madore, UVM 10-11

Save Percentage

Rk. 1. 2. 3.

GAA 1.155 1.605 1.644 1.742 1.791 1.803 1.811 1.825 1.827 1.832 1.837 1.853 1.855 1.898 1.928

Cl. Save% Jr. .903 So. .855 So. .876 Jr. .890 Jr. .870 Jr. .932 Jr. .931 Jr. .908 Jr. .932 Jr. .908

Saves 1078 868 830 810 807 799 797 795 784 782

(Minimum 10 Games Played)

Rk. Name, School 1. Jimmy Howard, ME 2. Kevin Regan, UNH 3. Mike Ayers, UNH 4. John Curry, BU 5. Kevin Regan, UNH 6. John Muse, BC 7. Kieran Millan. BU 8. Brad Thiessen, NU 9. Cory Schneider, BC 10. Matt Di Girolamo, UNH 11. Ty Conklin, UNH 12. Brad Thiessen, NU 13. Keni Gibson, NU 14. Michel Larocque, BU David Cacciola, PC

Shutouts

GA 14 35 18 25 21 35 25 19 42 41 40 48 35 44 20

Year 03-04 07-08 01-02 06-07 06-07 10-11 10-11 08-09 05-06 10-11 00-01 06-07 04-05 97-98 03-04

Name, School Year Cory Schneider, BC 05-06 John Curry, BU 06-07 Jimmy Howard, ME 03-04 Jimmy Howard, ME 04-05 Brad Thiessen, NU 06-07 John Muse, BC 10-11

GA 14 42 21 48 47 40 58 57 51 59 41 57 52 25 18

Svs Save % 283 .953 658 .940 315 .938 675 .934 659 .933 560 .933 799 .932 784 .932 748 .932 797 .931 548 .930 755 .930 684 .929 328 .929 234 .929

Cl. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Rk. 1. 2. 6.

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9.

Name, School Year Scott Gordon, BC 84-85 Cory Schneider, BC 06-07 Kevin Regan, UNH 07-08 Brad Thiessen, NU 08-09 John Muse, BC 10-11 Bruce Racine, NU 85-86 Scott Gordon, BC 85-86 Scott King, ME 87-88 Alfie Michaud, ME 98-99 Matti Kaltiainen. BC 03-04 John Curry, BU 05-06 Kevin Regan, UNH 06-07 Matt Di Girolamo, UNH 10-11

(Minimum 10 Games Played) Name, School Year W-L-T Garth Snow, ME 92-93 11-0-1 Mike Dunham, ME 92-93 11-1-0 Brian Larochelle, UNH 96-97 9-1-0 Michel Larocque, BU 97-08 12-1-1 Scott King, ME 87-88 17-2-1 Scott Cashman 92-93 7-1-0 Kieran Millan, BU 08-09 15-1-3 Shaun Real, BC 86-87 13-2-0 Mike Ayers, UNH 01-02 9-1-1 Ty Conklin, UNH 98-99 9-1-1

Minutes Played

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

Cl. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr.

Name, School Year Chris Terreri, PC 84-85 Bruce Racine, NU 85-86 Bruce Racine, NU 86-87 Dana Demole, UL 85-86 Scott Gordon, BC 84-85 John Muse, BC 07-08 John Muse, BC 08-09 Brad Thiessen, NU 08-09 Matt Di Girolamo, UNH 10-11 Joe Cannata, MC 11-12

Cl. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

W-L-T 20-7-1 18-8-1 18-4-1 18-6-3 18-4-1 17-14-1 17-8-1 17-2-1 17-5-2 17-2-3 17-5-3 17-5-2 17-6-4

Win % .958 .917 .900 .893 .875 .875 .868 .867 .864 .864

Minutes 1995 1934 1714 1665 1661 1657 1655 1638 1636 1634

GOALIE RECORDS

(Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY - minimum 40 games played)

SO 6 5 4 4 4 4

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FRESHMEN SCORING RECORDS (Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY)

Points

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

Name Paul Kariya, ME Ken Hodge, BC Jon Morris, UL Dave Capuano, ME Mario Thyer, ME Kevin Heffernan, NU Brian Leetch, BC (D) Brian Gionta, BC Darren Haydar, UNH Stephane DaCosta, MC

Goals Rk. 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 10.

Name Brian Gionta, BC Chris Ferraro, ME Jon Morris, UL Darren Haydar, UNH Steve Heinze, BC Randy LaBrasseur, UL Brian Sullivan, NU Joe Flanagan, UNH Kevin Heffernan, NU Rob Gaudreau, PC Dave Capuano, ME David Aiken, UNH

Assists

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

Name Paul Kariya, ME Ken Hodge, BC Brian Leetch, BC (D) Dave Capuano, ME Mario Thyer, ME Stephane DaCosta, MC Jon Morris, UL Peter Ferraro, ME Joe Whitney, BC (a) Greg Brown, BC (D) Kevin Heffernan, NU

Season 1992-93 1984-85 1984-85 1986-87 1987-88 1984-85 1986-87 1997-98 1998-99 2009-10

GP 24 30 34 29 26 34 30 24 24 26

G 15 13 21 16 13 17 8 22 20 9

A 48 36 26 30 28 23 31 16 18 27

Pts 63 49 47 46 41 40 39 38 38 36

Season 1997-98 1992-93 1984-85 1998-99 1988-89 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1984-85 1988-89 1986-87 1986-87

GP 24 24 34 24 25 31 26 27 34 25 29 32

G 22 21 21 20 19 19 17 17 17 16 16 16

A 16 13 26 18 15 16 10 9 23 18 30 8

Pts 38 34 47 38 34 35 27 26 40 34 46 24

Season 1992-93 1984-85 1986-87 1986-87 1987-88 2009-10 1984-85 1992-93 2007-08 1986-87 1984-85

GP 24 30 30 29 26 26 34 23 27 30 34

G 15 13 8 16 13 9 21 9 5 9 17

A 48 36 31 30 28 27 26 24 23 23 23

Pts 63 49 39 46 41 36 47 33 28 32 40

Points Per Game Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pts 63 49 46 41 38 38 33 34 31 47 36

PPG 2.63 1.63 1.59 1.58 1.58 1.58 1.43 1.42 1.41 1.38 1.38

A 16 13 18 15 13 10 18 15 9 48

Pts 38 34 38 34 27 27 34 29 26 63

GPG 0.92 0.88 0.83 0.76 0.67 0.65 0.64 0.64 0.63 0.63

(minimum of 15 games) Name Season GP G A Paul Kariya, ME 1992-93 24 15 48 Ken Hodge, BC 1984-85 30 13 36 Mario Thyer, ME 1987-88 26 13 28 Peter Ferraro, ME 1992-93 23 9 24 Stephane DaCosta, MC 2009-10 26 9 27 Brian Leetch, BC (D) 1986-87 30 8 31 Dave Capuano, ME 1986-87 29 16 30 Brett Clark, ME (D) 1995-96 22 4 22 Greg Bullock, UML 1993-94 22 11 20 Mike Pomichter, BU 1991-92 21 4 18 Joe Whitney, BC (a) 2007-08 27 5 23 Tony Amonte, BU 1989-90 20 9 16

Pts 63 49 41 33 36 39 46 26 31 22 28 25

APG 2.00 1.20 1.08 1.04 1.04 1.03 1.03 1.00 0.91 0.86 0.85 0.80

Goals Per Game

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

(minimum of 15 games) Season GP G A 1992-93 24 15 48 1984-85 30 13 36 1986-87 29 16 30 1987-88 26 13 28 1997-98 24 22 16 1998-99 24 20 18 1992-93 23 9 24 1992-93 24 21 13 1993-94 22 11 20 1984-85 34 21 26 2009-10 26 9 27

Name Paul Kariya, ME Ken Hodge, BC Dave Capuano, ME Mario Thyer, ME Brian Gionta, BC Darren Haydar, UNH Peter Ferraro, ME Chris Ferraro, ME Greg Bullock, UML Jon Morris, UL Stephane DaCosta

Name Brian Gionta, BC Chris Ferraro, ME Darren Haydar, UNH Steve Heinze, BC Jean-Yves Roy, ME Brian Sullivan, NU Rob Gaudreau, PC Mike Boback, PC Joe Flanagan, UNH Paul Kariya, ME

(minimum of 15 games) Season GP G 1997-98 24 22 1992-93 24 21 1998-99 24 20 1988-89 25 19 1989-90 21 14 1987-88 26 17 1988-89 25 16 1988-89 22 14 1988-89 27 17 1992-93 24 15

Assists Per Game Rk. 1. 2. 3 4. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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Rk. Name, School 1. Joey Diamond, Maine 2. Riley Wetmore, UML Pat Mullane, BC 4. Steven Whitney, BC Vinny Saponari, NU 6. Matt Nieto, BU 7. Michael Pereira, UMass 8. Sahir Gill, BU 9. Garrett Vermeersch, NU 10. Bill Arnold, BC Wade Megan, BU 12. Mike Collins, MC 13. Conor Sheary, UMass 14. Kevin Goumas, UNH 15. Chris McCarthy, Vermont Kyle Beattie, Maine Tim Schaller, PC Joel Hanley, UMass 19. Joseph Pendenza, UML Derek Arnold, UML

Goals

Rk. Name, School 1. Joey Diamond, Maine 2. Riley Wetmore, UML 3. Michael Pereira, UMass Bill Arnold, BC 5. Wade Megan, BU 6. Vinny Saponari, NU 7. Mike Collins, MC Matt Nieto, BU Joseph Pendenza, UML Steven Whitney, BC

Assists

Rk. Name, School 1. Pat Mullane, BC 2. Steven Whitney, BC 3. Matt Nieto, BU Riley Wetmore, UML 5. Vinny Saponari, NU 6. Garrett Vermeersch, NU 7. Kevin Goumas, UNH Sahir Gill, BU Joey Diamond, Maine 10. Joel Hanley, UMass

Cl. Pos. Sr. F Sr. F Sr. F Sr. F Sr. F Jr. F Jr. F Jr. F Sr. F Jr. F Sr. F Jr. F Jr. F Jr. F Sr. F Sr. F Sr. F Jr. D Jr. F Jr. F

Save Percentage

Rk. Name, School 1. Casey DeSmith, UNH 2. Parker Milner, BC 3. Chris Rawlings, NU Doug Carr, UML 5. Dan Sullivan, Maine

PPG 0.83 0.69 0.69 0.65 0.64 0.96 0.83 0.76 0.50 0.72 0.50 0.74 0.68 0.70 0.60 0.54 0.49 0.65 0.62 0.61

G 34 23 14 17 20 17 22 15 13 22 21 17 13 9 13 11 16 16 17 16

A 26 33 42 34 31 33 21 26 27 17 18 20 23 26 21 23 18 18 16 17

P 60 56 56 51 51 50 43 41 40 39 39 37 36 35 34 34 34 34 33 33

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Pos. F F F F F F F F F F

GP 72 81 52 54 78 80 50 52 53 78

GPG 0.47 0.28 0.42 0.41 0.27 0.25 0.34 0.33 0.32 0.22

G 34 23 22 22 21 20 17 17 17 17

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Pos. F F F F F F F F F D

GP 81 78 52 81 80 80 50 54 72 51

APG 0.52 0.44 0.63 0.41 0.39 0.34 0.52 0.48 0.36 0.47

A 42 34 33 33 31 27 26 26 26 24

Goals Against Average

Rk. Name, School 1. Parker Milner, BC 2. Casey DeSmith, UNH 3. Dan Sullivan, Maine 4. Doug Carr, UML 5. Chris Rawlings, NU

GP 72 81 81 78 80 52 52 54 80 54 78 50 53 50 57 63 70 51 53 54

Cl. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr.

(minimum of 15 games) Min GA 2056:11 71 969:43 37 2210:19 94 2315:30 103 4321:41 200

(minimum of 15 games) Cl. Saves So. 475 Sr. 806 Sr. 2163 Jr. 1105 Jr. 918

GA 37 71 200 103 94

GAA 2.07 2.29 2.55 2.67 2.78

Save% .928 .919 .915 .915 .907

Points Per Game Rk. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8 10.

(minimum of 30 games) Name, School Cl. Pos. GP Scott Wilson, UML So. F 26 Matt Nieto, BU Jr. F 52 Joey Diamond, Maine Sr. F 72 Michael Pereira, UMass Jr. F 52 Sahir Gill, BU Jr. F 54 Mike Collins, MC Jr. F 50 Bill Arnold, BC Jr. F 54 Riley Wetmore, UML Sr. F 81 Pat Mullane, BC Sr. F 81 Steven Whitney, BC Sr. F 78

Pts. 28 50 60 43 41 37 39 56 56 51

PPG 1.08 0.96 0.83 0.83 0.76 0.74 0.72 0.69 0.69 0.65

G 34 12 12 22 22 10 17 17 6 17 17

GPG 0.47 0.46 0.44 0.42 0.41 0.40 0.34 0.33 0.33 0.32 0.22

A 33 16 26 42 14 26 24 34 33 19

APG 0.63 0.62 0.52 0.52 0.52 0.48 0.47 0.44 0.41 0.41

Goals Per Game

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

(minimum of 30 games) Name, School Cl. Pos. GP Joey Diamond, Maine Sr. F 72 Scott Wilson, UML So. F 26 Johnny Gaudreau, BC So. F 27 Michael Pereira, UMass Jr. F 52 Bill Arnold, BC Jr. F 54 Ludwig Karlsson, NU So. F 25 Mike Collins, MC Jr. F 50 Matt Nieto, BU Jr. F 52 Jake Moscatel, BU Sr. F/D 18 Joseph Pendenza, UML Jr. F 53 Steven Whitney, BC Sr. F 78

Assists Per Game Rk. 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Name, School Matt Nieto, BU Scott Wilson, UML Kevin Goumas, UNH Pat Mullane, BC Terrence Wallin, UML Sahir Gill, BU Joel Hanley, UMass Steven Whitney, BC Riley Wetmore, UML Kevin Hayes, BC

(minimum of 30 games) Cl. Pos. GP Jr. F 52 So. F 26 Jr. F 50 Sr. F 81 So. F 27 Jr. F 54 Jr. D 51 Sr. F 78 Sr. F 81 Jr. F 46

ACTIVE LEADERS

ACTIVE LEADERS (Career)

(Regular season Hockey East league games ONLY)

Wins

Rk. Name, School 1. Parker Milner, BC Chris Rawlings, NU 3. Dan Sullivan, Maine 4. Doug Carr, UML 5. Casey DeSmith, UNH

Cl. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

Win% 80.3 44.5 65.8 53.8 46.9

Wins 26 26 23 20 7

Winning Percentage

Rk. Name, School 1. Parker Milner, BC 2. Dan Sullivan, Maine 3. Doug Carr, UML 4. Casey DeSmith, UNH 5. Chris Rawlings, NU

(minimum of 15 games) Cl. W-L-T Win% Sr. 26-6-1 80.3 Jr. 23-11-4 65.8 Jr. 20-17-3 53.8 So. 7-8-1 46.9 Sr. 26-34-13 44.5

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12-13 SCHEDULE

2012-2013 Hockey East Men’s Composite Schedule * denotes Hockey East game - All times Eastern (EST) and 7pm unless noted – Updated 10/4/12 OCTOBER Saturday, October 6 Quinnipiac at Maine Merrimack at Union New Brunswick at Boston College (Exh) Toronto at UMass-Lowell (Exh, 4pm) St. Francis Xavier at New Hampshire (Exh) Concordia at Vermont (Exh)

Saturday, November 3 Northeastern at Merrimack * Providence at Vermont * Boston University at North Dakota (8pm)

Sunday, October 7 University of Toronto at Boston U. (Exh, 1pm) New Brunswick at Maine (Exh, 4pm) St. Francis Xavier at Northeastern (Exh, 2pm)

Friday, November 9 Providence at Massachusetts * Maine at UMass-Lowell * Boston U. at Merrimack * (7:30pm, WBIN-TV) Notre Dame at Boston College

Wednesday, October 10 Merrimack at Northeastern * Friday, October 12 Vermont at UMass-Lowell * Connecticut at Massachusetts (CBS3) St. Cloud State at New Hampshire (7:30, WBIN-TV) Sacred Heart at Providence Ice Breaker Tournament (at the Sprint Center) Maine vs. Notre Dame (NBCSN) Saturday, October 13 Providence at Boston University * Boston College at Northeastern * St. Cloud State at New Hampshire Ice Breaker Tournament (at the Sprint Center, Kansas City, Mo.) Maine vs. Army/Nebraska-Omaha (4:30/7:30)

Sunday, November 4 Massachusetts at Boston College * (4pm) New Hampshire at Maine * (4pm)

Saturday, November 10 Maine at UMass-Lowell * Vermont at New Hampshire * Connecticut at Merrimack Alabama-Huntsville at Northeastern Sunday, November 11 Boston College at Boston University * (5pm) Alabama-Huntsville at Northeastern Friday, November 16 Merrimack at Boston College * Massachusetts at Maine * New Hampshire at UMass-Lowell * Northeastern at Providence * (COX) Boston University at Vermont * Sunday, November 18 New Hampshire at Boston University * (5pm) UMass-Lowell at Massachusetts * (CBS3) Northeastern at Vermont * (WCAX)

Friday, October 19 Boston College at Massachusetts * St. Lawrence at Maine (WABI-TV) UMass-Lowell at Denver (9:30pm) Providence at Miami (7:35) Tuesday, November 20 Merrimack at Alaska Vermont at Massachusetts * (CBS3) (12am, Alaska Tournament , Fairbanks, Alaska) Quinnipiac at Providence Saturday, October 20 Northeastern at Boston College * Boston University at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) St. Lawrence at Maine (WABI-TV) UMass-Lowell at Colorado College (9pm) Providence at Miami Merrimack vs. Alaska-Anchorage (8pm, Alaska Tournament, Fairbanks, Alaska)

Friday, November 23 Colgate at Merrimack (4pm, WBIN-TV) St. Lawrence at Northeastern Minnesota at Vermont New Hampshire at Colorado College (9:30pm)

Saturday, November 24 Dartmouth at Boston College (4pm) Friday, October 26 St. Lawrence at Boston University Massachusetts at Boston University * (7:30pm) Quinnipiac at Massachusetts Boston College at UMass-Lowell * Princeton at UMass-Lowell (4pm) Vermont at Merrimack * (7:30pm) Providence at Brown (4pm, Mayor’s Cup) Northeastern at New Hampshire * (7:30, WBIN-TV) Minnesota at Vermont Maine at Providence * (COX) New Hampshire at Denver (9pm) Saturday, October 27 Boston University at Massachusetts * (CBS3) Vermont at Merrimack * New Hampshire at Northeastern * (WBIN-TV) Maine at Providence * (COX) Sunday, October 28 UMass-Lowell at Boston College * (4pm) NOVEMBER Friday, November 2 Boston College at Maine * (WABI-TV) New Hampshire at Massachusetts * Merrimack at Northeastern * Providence at Vermont * Boston University at North Dakota (8:30pm)

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Friday, November 30 Boston College at Boston University * (7:30pm, NBCSN) Vermont at Maine * (8pm, CBSSN) Northeastern at Massachusetts * (CBS3) Providence at Merrimack * (7:30pm) UMass-Lowell at New Hampshire * (7:30, WBIN-TV) DECEMBER Saturday, December 1 Boston University at Boston College * (7:30pm, NBCSN) Vermont at Maine * New Hampshire at UMass-Lowell * Massachusetts at Northeastern * (WBIN-TV) Merrimack at Providence *

Wednesday, December 5 Vermont at Dartmouth Thursday, December 6 Boston University at New Hampshire * Friday, December 7 Boston College at Providence * (COX) Colgate at Massachusetts (CBS3) Harvard at Merrimack (7:30pm, WBIN-TV) Saturday, December 8 Maine at Boston University * (CBSSN) Northeastern at UMass-Lowell * Colgate at Massachusetts (CBS3) U.S. Under-18 Team at Merrimack (Exh, 4pm) Sunday, December 9 U.S. Under-18 Team at New Hampshire (Exh, 4pm) Monday, December 10 UMass-Lowell at Harvard Tuesday, December 11 Army at Merrimack Massachusetts at Yale Saturday, December 15 Vermont at St. Lawrence Thursday, December 20 Vermont at Providence * (COX) Friday, December 28 Florida College Classic (at Germain Arena, Estero, Fla.) Maine vs. Minnesota-Duluth (TBA) Saturday, December 29 Boston College vs. Alabama-Huntsville, TBA, at Mariucci Classic, Minneapolis, Minn.) Northeastern at Harvard Boston University at Denver (9pm, Hall of Fame Game) Florida College Classic (at Germain Arena, Estero, Fla.) Maine vs. Cornell/Ferris State (TBA) Merrimack vs. Princeton (4pm, Catamount Cup, Burlington, Vt.) Vermont vs. Union (7pm, WCAX, Catamount Cup, Burlington, Vt.) Sunday, December 30 Boston College at Minnesota, TBA, at Mariucci Classic, Minneapolis, Minn.) Massachusetts vs. Bemidji State (3pmat Dartmouth Tournament, Hanover, N.H.) New Hampshire at Dartmouth (7pm at Dartmouth Tournament, Hanover, N.H.) Merrimack vs. Union (4pm, Catamount Cup, Burlington, Vt.) Vermont vs. Princeton (7pm, WCAX Catamount Cup, Burlington, Vt.) Bentley at UMass-Lowell (4pm) Monday, December 31 New Hampshire vs. Bemidji State/Massachusetts (4/7pm, at Dartmouth Tournament, Hanover, N.H.) Massachusetts vs. Dartmouth/UNH (4/7pm at Dartmouth Tournament, Hanover, N.H.)

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JANUARY Friday, January 4 Yale at Boston College Rensselaer at Boston University (7:30pm) Mercyhurst at Maine (at Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine) UMass-Lowell at Clarkson Providence at Minnesota State (8:30pm)

Sunday, February 3 UMass-Lowell at Maine * (2pm)

Saturday, January 5 Merrimack at Vermont * (7:30pm, CBSSN) Mercyhurst at Maine Rensselaer at New Hampshire (WBIN-TV) Bentley at Northeastern UMass-Lowell at Clarkson Providence at Minnesota State (8pm)

Friday, February 8 UMass-Lowell at Boston College * Merrimack at Boston University * (7:30pm) Northeastern at Massachusetts * New Hampshire at Providence * (COX)

Wednesday, January 9 Harvard at Boston University Friday, January 11 New Hampshire at Boston College * (NESN) Boston University at Merrimack * (7:30pm) Maine at Northeastern * Massachusetts at Providence * UMass-Lowell at Vermont * Saturday, January 12 Providence at Massachusetts * (CBS3) Maine at Merrimack * Boston College at New Hampshire * UMass-Lowell at Vermont * (WCAX) Thursday, January 17 Providence at UMass-Lowell * Friday, January 18 Massachusetts at Boston College * Northeastern at Boston University * (NESN) Merrimack at Maine * Saturday, January 19 UMass-Lowell at Boston University * Merrimack at Maine * (WABI-TV) Boston College at Northeastern * Providence at New Hampshire * Vermont vs. Penn State (TBA, at the Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.) Friday, January 25 Maine at Boston College * (NESN) New Hampshire at Merrimack * (7:30pm) UMass-Lowell at Northeastern * Boston University at Providence * Massachusetts at Vermont * Saturday, January 26 Maine at Boston College * Providence at Boston University * (NESN) Northeastern at UMass-Lowell * Merrimack at New Hampshire * (5pm, at Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H.) Massachusetts at Vermont * FEBRUARY Friday, February 1 Vermont at Boston College * Providence at Maine * Boston University at Massachusetts * UMass-Lowell at Merrimack * (NESN) New Hampshire at Northeastern * Saturday, February 2 Merrimack at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV)

Monday, February 4 61st annual Beanpot Tournament (at TD Garden, Boston, Mass.) Boston U. vs. Northeastern (5pm, NESN) Boston College vs. Harvard (8pm, NESN)

Saturday, February 9 Massachusetts at Merrimack * (3:30pm, NESN) Maine at Vermont * (WCAX) Sunday, February 10 Providence at New Hampshire * (4pm, CBSSN) Monday, February 11 61st annual Beanpot Tournament (at TD Garden, Boston, Mass.) Consolation Game (4:30pm) Championship Game (7:30pm, NESN) Friday, February 15 Boston U. at Maine * (7:30pm, NBCSN) UMass-Lowell at Massachusetts * Boston College at Merrimack * (7:30pm) Vermont at Northeastern * Saturday, February 16 Boston University at Maine * (NESN) Massachusetts at UMass-Lowell * Vermont at Northeastern * Sunday, February 17 New Hampshire at Boston College * (4pm) Merrimack at Providence * (4pm, COX) Friday, February 22 UMass-Lowell at Boston U. * (7:30pm) Maine at Massachusetts * Northeastern at Providence * New Hampshire at Vermont * (NESN) Saturday, February 23 Boston University at UMass-Lowell * Maine at Massachusetts * (CBS3) Providence at Northeastern * New Hampshire at Vermont * (4pm, CBSSN) Sunday, February 24 Boston College at Merrimack * (4pm, CBSSN) MARCH Friday, March 1 Vermont at Boston University * (7:30pm) Northeastern at Maine * (WABI-TV) Merrimack at UMass-Lowell * Massachusetts at New Hampshire * (7:30, WBIN-TV) Boston College at Providence * (COX) Saturday, March 2 Providence at Boston College * Vermont at Boston University * Northeastern at Maine * (WABI-TV) Massachusetts at New Hampshire * (WBIN-TV) Sunday, March 3 UMass-Lowell at Merrimack * (4pm, CBSSN)

Friday, March 8 Providence at UMass-Lowell * Massachusetts at Merrimack * (7:30pm, WBIN-TV) Maine at New Hampshire * (7:30pm, NBCSN) Boston University at Northeastern * (7:30pm, CBSSN) Boston College at Vermont * Saturday, March 9 Northeastern at Boston University * Merrimack at Massachusetts * (CBS3) Maine at New Hampshire * UMass-Lowell at Providence * Boston College at Vermont * (WCAX) HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT Friday, March 15 Hockey East Quarterfinals Game #1 (campus site of higher seed, NBCSN) Saturday, March 16 Hockey East Quarterfinals Game #2 (campus site of higher seed, NESN) Sunday, March 17 Hockey East Quarterfinals Game #3 (campus site of higher seed, NESN) Friday, March 22 Hockey East Semifinals (5/8pm, at TD Garden, Boston, Mass., NESN, NBCSN) Saturday, March 23 Hockey East Championship Game (7pm, at TD Garden, Boston, Mass., NESN, NBCSN) NCAA TOURNAMENT Friday, March 29 Northeast Regional Semifinals (at Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H.) West Regional Semifinals (at Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich.)

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Saturday, March 30 Northeast Regional Final (at Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H.) West Regional Final (at Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich.) East Regional Semifinals (at Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence, R.I.) Midwest Regional Semifinals (at the Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio) Sunday, March 31 East Regional Final (at Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence, R.I.) Midwest Regional Final (at the Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio) FROZEN FOUR Thursday, April 11 NCAA Semifinals (at Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pa., 4:30/8pm, ESPN2) Saturday, April 13 NCAA Championship Game (at Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pa., 7pm, ESPN)

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Eight NCAA Championships - 37 FROZEN FOURS

HOCKEY EAST BY THE NUMBERS • 535 Hockey East student-athletes selected in the NHL Entry Draft. • Hockey East boasts seven Hobey Baker Award winners and 66 finalists.

• 54 Hockey East players have been named to the NCAA All-Frozen Four Team. • Hockey East has sent 88 teams to the NCAA tournament.

• Nine Hockey East players have been named Most Outstanding Player at the Frozen Four.

• 192 All-Americans have played in Hockey East, 91 First Team and 101 Second Team.

• Hockey East teams have won 12 national titles, which includes eight in the league’s 28-year history.

• 43 Hockey East alums played regularly in the NHL during the 2011-2012 season.

• 32 members of Stanley Cup Champion teams have been Hockey East alums. • 36 Hockey East players have been drafted in the first round of the NHL Draft.

• Hockey East has been represented in seven Olympic games by 37 alums.

• 19 former Hockey East players are now head coaches at colleges.

• 27, 053 fans watched the Hockey East Championship last year in Boston.

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