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2013-14 Men’s Hockey

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UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

CREDITS The 2013-14 BGSU hockey media guide was produced by the BGSU Athletic Communications Office -- Jason Knavel, Director; Mike Cihon, Assistant Director; Jake Dorow, Intern; Scott Swegan, Student Assistant -- in cooperation with the BGSU hockey program. Photography by Craig Bell and Brad Phalin, BGSU Office of Marketing and Communications; Todd Pavlack, Rachel Lewis and the BGSU Athletic Communications Department.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Media Outlets/Directors................2-3 Social Media.....................................4 BGSU Traditions.............................5 Life on the Road..............................6 COACHING STAFF Head Coach Chris Bergeron..........8-9 Assistant Coaches.........................10-13 Support Staff................................14-16 2013-14 TEAM Numerical Roster............................18 Alphabetical Roster.........................19 Seniors..........................................20-28 Juniors..........................................29-37 Sophomores..................................38-45 Freshman......................................46-49 Team Photo.....................................50 WCHA WCHA Information....................51-53 Coach Bergeron Q & A...............54-56 2013-14 OPPONENTS 2013-14 Schedule............................58 2013-14 Opponents.....................59-67 2012-13 OPPONENTS 2012-13 Schedule............................69 2012-13 Opponents.....................70-90 2012-13 Statistics.........................92-96

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FALCONS IN THE NHL Players....................................98-110 HISTORY Year-by-Year Summary........ 112-127 Memorable Moments.......... 128-132 Falcon Hall of Fame.................... 133 NHL Draft Picks........................ 134 All-Time Roster.................. 135-142 Hobey Baker History.................. 143 All-Americans............................. 144 Olympians................................... 145 Award Winners/Honorees.. 146-150 Records................................ 151-155 Overtimes.................................... 156 Year-by-Year Leaders........... 157-158 Last Time.................................... 159 Fastest Goals............................... 160 Penalty Shots............................... 161 Top Offensive Games.................. 162 All Opponents Records............... 163 Game by Game WCHA..... 164-166 Retired Numbers......................... 167 Coaches All-Time............... 168-169 Falcons’ Story....................... 170-175 BGSU Ice Arena................. 176-178 ADMINISTRATION President - Dr. Mazey..................179 Director of Athletics -Chris Kingston ......................................................180

School................................................................. Bowling Green State University Location.................................................................... Bowling Green, Ohio 43403 Founded.................................................................................................................. 1910 Enrollment..........................................................................................................17,046 Nickname........................................................................................................... Falcons Colors................................................................................................Orange & Brown Affiliation....................................................................................................... Division I Conference..................... Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) President................................................................................ Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey University Information..................................................................419-372-2531

DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS

Director of Athletics ......................................................................Chris Kingston Assoc. AD..................................................................................................Jim Elsasser Athletics Dept. Phone.....................................................................419-372-2401 Director of Ticket Operations..............................................................Joe Buono Athletics Ticket Office....................................................................877-247-8842 Office Address......................................................................... Perry Stadium East ...................................................................................... Bowling Green, Ohio 43403

BGSU HOCKEY INFORMATION

Head Coach...............................Chris Bergeron (Miami, ‘93), fourth season E-mail............................................................................................cjberge@bgsu.edu BGSU.................................................................................................................39-73-14 Assistant Coach.................Ty Eigner (Bowling Green, ‘93), fourth season E-mail............................................................................................ teigner@bgsu.edu Assistant Coach..........................Barry Schutte (Miami, ‘97), fourth season E-mail............................................................................................bschutt@bgsu.edu Hockey Office Phone/Fax................................................419-372-7239/9800 Dir. of Hockey Ops. .........Shane Connelly (Wisconsin, ‘09), third season E-mail........................................................................................... sconnel@bgsu.edu Strength & Conditioning................Kenny Goodrich (Michigan State, ‘09) Equipment Manager.......................................................Scott Jess (Miami, ‘89) Assistant Athletic Trainer....................... Dan Fischer (Missouri State, ‘07) Team Physician ..............................................................Dr. Tom Wojciechowski Arena...................................................................................................BGSU Ice Arena Capacity.................................................................................................................. 5,000 Rink Dimensions........................................................................................200’ x 85’ Ice Arena Phone................................................................................419-372-2264 Press Box Phone...............................................................................419-372-1236 Radio Broadcast.............................................................................. 88.1 WBGU-FM

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Assistant AD/Communications......................................................Jason Knavel Assistant Director...................................................................................Mike Cihon Intern / Hockey Contact....................................................................Jacob Dorow Office Phone.......................................................................................419-372-7105 Cell Phone............................................................................................440-213-2062 E-mail............................................................................................ jdorow@bgsu.edu Student Assistant................................................................................Scott Swegan Website.................................................................................www.bgsufalcons.com

2013-14 SEASON OUTLOOK

Key Returners (2012-13 Statistics) Forwards

Name Ryan Carpenter Dajon Mingo Camden Wojtala

Class Jr. Jr. Sr.

GP 41 41 37

G 18 8 8

A 15 14 8

Pts. 33 22 16

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Name Connor Kucera Mike Sullivan

Class Jr. Jr.

GP 36 41

G 2 1

A 6 15

Pts. 8 16

+/-1 +14

Name Tommy Burke

Class So.

GP/GS GAA 16-13 2.57

Saves Save% Record 287 .889 5-6-2

Name Andrew Hammond Robert Shea

Class Sr.

GP/GS GAA 29-28 2.47

Saves Save% Record 745 .917 10-15-3

Defensemen

Goaltenders

Key Losses

Class Sr.

GP 40

G 4

A 16

Pts 20

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Media Guide

MEDIA INFORMATION PRESS BOX: The press box is located atop the east stands of the BGSU Ice Arena. A limited amount of space is available for the working media. Arrangements for seating in the press box must be made through the Athletic Communications Office at least one week in advance of the game(s). The press entrance is located at the northeast corner of the arena. CREDENTIALS: Individuals must have proper game credentials to enter the working area of the press box. This includes spouses and friends of working media. Under rules governed by the WCHA, players are not permitted in the press box at any time. NHL scouts must leave the press area once the game starts (unless special permission is granted). The use of abusive language is strictly prohibited in the press box as well as everywhere else in the building. As in all NCAA press boxes, cheering for either team is strictly prohibited and are grounds for dismissal from the working press box area. SERVICES: Linecharts are available for scouts and media at the entrance to the pressbox. Shot charts will be issued to members of the media following each period. A final game summary packet will be distributed approximately 15 minutes after the conclusion of the game. Please seek BGSU Hockey SID, Jake Dorow, for any assistance. PARKING: Media members may park in the main lot located to the west of the arena or in the overflow areas located on Stadium Drive if space is available. The parking entrance to the main Ice Arena lot is located on Stadium Drive off Mercer Road (across from Warren Steller Baseball Field). The game credential also serves as a parking pass. RADIO: Any radio station wishing to broadcast a game must contact the Athletic Communications Office at least two weeks in advance. The designated official station of the visiting team will be allowed to broadcast at no charge if there is a reciprocal agreement with the Falcons’ official station. A maximum of two seats will be reserved for each radio station unless special permission is granted (and if space is available). Access to areas outside of designated broadcasting areas must be requested in advance. TELEVISION: Special arrangements must be made through the BGSU Athletics Department for stations wishing to broadcast from the Ice Arena. A maximum of four spaces will be reserved for the broadcast crew. TV news crews may shoot game highlights from the south or north ends of the press box only. Access to areas outside of designated broadcasting areas must be requested in advance. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Photo passes will be issued by the Athletic Communications Office. The pass entitles the photographer access to limited rinkside areas. Persons wishing to shoot from the photographer’s bench area must reserve a spot with the SID prior to faceoff. A maximum of two photographers may shoot from the box each period. Depending on the number of requests, a one-period limit may be enforced per news outlet. Please also note only one representative per outlet may shoot in the box during any one period (unless space is available). Photographers not using the team bench area may shoot from behind the glass at the north or south ends of the rink. Photographers may also shoot from the press box area or within the stands so long as they do not interfere with game operations of fans’ experiences. Please be advised if you are shooting in the photo box area, you are doing so at your own risk! BGSU POSTGAME INTERVIEW POLICY: Chris Bergeron and players will be available for interviews in the Coaches Conference Room, located off of the Falcon Alumni Lounge, following the NCAA’s mandatory 10-minute cooling-off period. Media members may not enter BGSU’s dressing room at any time. Please contact the BGSU and visiting Hockey SIDs if you need assistance in securing interviews. The BGSU dressing room will be closed to non-team personnel starting two hours prior to faceoff. DIRECTIONS TO ARENA: To access from the north or south via I-75, use exit 181 and head west (Wooster Street) after leaving the offramp. At the second traffic light, turn right onto Mercer Road. The arena will be visible on the right after one-half mile. Stay in the right lane. To access the parking area, turn right at Stadium Drive, the first street past the arena. The entrance to the lot will be immediately on your right. If travelling from the east or west via the Ohio Turnpike, use exit 4A and head south on I-75. Then follow the above directions.

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WCHA MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION ALABAMA HUNSTSVILLE

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE

Hockey Contact:: Joey Daniels Office Phone: (256) 824-2201 SID Fax: (256) 824-6947 Press Box Phone:(256) 517-5157 E-mail: joseph.daniels@uah.edu Web Site: www.uahchargers.com

Hockey Contact: Dianna Allen Office Phone: (906) 635-2601 SID Fax: (906) 635-2753 Press Box Phone: (906) 635-7501 E-mail: dallen@lssu.edu Web Site: www.lssulakers.com

ALASKA ANCHORAGE

MICHIGAN TECH UNIVERSITY

Hockey Contact: Dallas Baldwin Office Phone: (907) 786-4625 SID Fax: ((907) 563-4565 Press Box Phone: N/A E-mail: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu Web Site: www.goseawolves.com

Hockey Contact: Wes Frahm Office Phone: (906) 487-2350 Office Fax: (906) 487-1810 Press Box Phone: (906) 487-2337 Email: wfrahm@mtu.edu Web Site: michigantechhuskies.com

ALASKA

MINNESOTA STATE, MANKATO

Hockey Contact:: Chris Brooks Office Phone: (907) 474-6807 SID Fax: (907) 474-5162 Press Box Phone:N/A E-mail: cpbrooks@alaska.edu Web Site: www.alaskananooks.com

Hockey Contact: Paul Allen Office Phone: (507) 389-2625 Office Fax: (507) 389-1923 Press Box Phone:(507) 389-3000 Email: paul.allan@mnsu.edu Web Site: www. msumavericks.com

BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY

NORTHERN MICHIGAN

Hockey Contact: Brad Folkestad Office Phone: (218) 755-4603 SID Fax: (218) 755-3898 Press Box Phone: N/A E-mail: bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Web Site: www.bsubeavers.com

Hockey Contact: Calvin Larson Office Phone: (906) 227-1917 SID Fax: (906) 227-2492 Press Box Phone: (906) 227-1720 E-mail: calarson@nmu.edu Web Site: www.nmuwildcats.com

KEY BGSU MEDIA OUTLETS NEWSPAPERS Kevin Gordon, Beat Writer THE SENTINEL-TRIBUNE P.O. Box 88 Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 352-4611; 354-0314 (Fax) sports@sentinel-tribune.com Frank Corsoe, Sports Editor TOLEDO BLADE 541 Superior Street Toledo, OH 43660 (419) 245-6114; 724-6116 (Fax) John Wagner, Beat Writer jwagner@theblade.com Corey Krupa, Hockey Beat Writer THE BG NEWS 210 West Hall, BGSU Bowling Green, OH 43403 (419) 372-2601; 372-6967 (Fax) RADIO Alan Marrs Sports Director WBGU RADIO (88.1 FM) 120 West Hall, BGSU Bowling Green, OH 43403 (419) 372-2354; 372-0202 (Fax) bgrso@hotmail.com BGSU RADIO NETWORK Todd Walker - Football, Basketball Clear Channel Lima 667 Market Street Lima, OH 45801 (419) 223-2060 toddwalker@clearchannel.com Norm Wamer, Sports Director WLQR RADIO (1470 AM) 3225 Arlington Avenue Toledo, OH 43614 (419) 725-5700; 385-2902 (Fax) norm.wamer@cumulus.com

FERRIS STATE Hockey Contact: Robert Bentley Office Phone: (231) 591-3821 SID Fax: (231) 591-3775 Press Box Phone: (231) 591-2397 E-mail: RobertBentley@ferris.edu Web Site: www.ferris.edu/sports

TELEVISION WILL KUNKEL, Sports Director WNWO-TV, CHANNEL 24 (NBC) 300 S. Byrne Road Toledo, OH 43615 (419) 535-0664; 535-8936 (Fax) jtichy@raycommedia.com

BGSU HOCKEY SID CONTACT Jacob Dorow Athletic Communications Intern

Mailing Address

Office Phone:

(419)-372-7105

Cell Phone:

(440)-213-2062

249 Perry Stadium East

Email:

jdorow@bgsu.edu

Bowling Green State University

Pressbox Phone:

(419)-372-1236

Bowling Green, OH

Website:

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www.bgsufalcons.com

43403-0030

David Holmes Sports Director WTVG-TV, CHANNEL 13 (ABC) 4247 Dorr Street Toledo, OH 43607 (419) 534-3865; 534-3898 (Fax) Dan Cummins, Sports Director WTOL-TV, CHANNEL 11 (CBS) P.O. Box 715 Toledo, OH 43601 (419) 248-1197; 244-7104 (Fax) dcummins@wtol.com Vince Koza, Sports Director WLIO-TV, CHANNEL 35 (NBC) 1424 Rice Avenue Lima, OH 45802 (419) 228-8835 koza@wlio.com Kelly Hart, Sports Director BG-24 NEWS West Hall 003 Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 372-2997 bg24sports@hotmail.com WIRE SERVICE Rusty Miller, Sports Editor ASSOCIATED PRESS 1103 Schrock Rd., Suite 300 Columbus, OH 43229 (800) 762-4841; 885-3248 (Fax) rmiller@ap.org Western Collegiate Hockey Assoc. Bruce M. McLeod, Commissioner Doug Spencer, Associate Commissioner for Public Relations MSC 8302, University of Denver 2211 S. Josephine Street Denver, CO 80208-8302 www.wcha.com Phone: (303)871-4223 Fax:(303)871-4770

Listen to Falcon Hockey all season long on 88.1 FM, WBGU and at www. BGSUFALCONS.com with play-by-play announcer Kevin Meyers (pictured). Pre-game coverage starts 30 minutes before the scheduled face-off. 3


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Drew Evans Beat Reporter @BGSUHockeyLive

Todd Pavlack Photographer @toddpavlack

BGSUHockey.com is an independent fan site that was launched on March 8, 2013, before the start of the 2013 playoffs. Since that time, it has become a primary source of BGSU Hockey news, live game coverage, photography, and other media. Run by three BGSU alumni, the site continues with its goal to support the BGSU hockey program in any capacity possible. The staff at BGSUHockey.com looks forward to helping showcase the Falcons’ rich history while providing in-depth coverage as the Falcons begin a new era in the WCHA.

BGSU Social Media Evan Pivnick

Beat Reporter @EvanPivnickBG

Ryan Satkowiak Beat Reporter @ryan_stkowiak

@BGathletics

BGSU Athletics

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BGSU Traditions ALMA MATER

Alma Mater hear us, As we praise thy name Make us worthy sons and daughters Adding to thy fame. Time will treat you kindly Years from now you’ll be Ever dearer in our hearts, Our University. From your halls of ivy To the campus scene, Chimes ring out with gladness From our dear Bowling Green.

FREDDIE & FRIEDA FALCON

Freddie and Frieda Falcon are the official mascots of the Bowling Green Falcons. Together with the BGSU cheerleaders, Frieda and Freddie boost spirit at intercollegiate athletic events. Tryouts are held each spring, and winners remain anonymous to the student body until each is “beheaded” at the last home basketball and hockey game. The Freddie Falcon tradition began in 1950 while Frieda Falcon was added for the 1979-80 athletic year.

WHY THE FALCONS?

The 2013-14 athletic year marks the 86th anniversary of Bowling Green’s nickname, Falcons. Before 1927, BG teams were called the Normals or Teachers. Ivan Lake ’23 suggested the nickname after reading an article on falconry. Lake, managing editor and sports editor of the Sentinel Tribune in Bowling Green at the time, proposed the name change because it fit headline space and because falcons were “the most powerful bird for their size and often attacked birds two or three times their size.”

WHY ORANGE & BROWN? Orange and brown have been the school colors at Bowling Green State University since 1914, the first year of classes. Legend has it that Leon Winslow, an industrial arts faculty member, got the idea from seeing a woman’s hat on a bus to nearby Toledo, Ohio. He liked the brown and orange color combination. So, too, did former Cleveland Browns head coach Paul Brown. Following a trip to BGSU in the 1940s, Brown used the colors for his All-America Football Conference team, which joined the NFL in 1950.

When all is just a mem’ry Of the by-gone days, Hear our hymn dear Alma Mater As thy name we praise.

FIGHT SONG

Forward Falcons, Forward Falcons Fight for victory, Show your spirit, make them fear it Fight for ‘ol Bee Gee. Forward Falcons, Forward Falcons Make the contest keen, Shout out the fame of our mighty name And win for Bowling Green!

AY ZIGGY ZOOMBA Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Zoomba Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Ze Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Zoomba Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Zi Roll along you BG warriors Roll along and fight for BGSU

WHY AY ZIGGY ZOOMBA

Ay Ziggy Zoomba is Bowling Green’s unofficial fight song. Gil Fox, an Air Force bombadier in World War II stationed in Italy, brought a loose translation of a Zulu war chant back with him, and since its introduction in 1946 to a campus spirit assembly, it has kept its place in BGSU history. The Falcon football team traditionally sings “Ay Ziggy Zoomba” after each victory.

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Following The Falcons On The Road

After playing in the CCHA for over 40 years, the Bowling Green State University ice hockey team will be switching to the WCHA. With travel being one of the hottest topics entering the 2013-14 season, the Falcons have secured a sleeper bus for long road trips. Just how much traveling will the BGSU hockey team face this year? Well, it has been estimated that the Falcons will travel a combined 17,152 miles by air and bus this season. With trips to Minnesota - Mankato (10 hours), Alabama - Huntsville (9 hours), and Union College (9 hours) being some of the long trips, BGSU will face an estimated 7,938 (round trip) miles on the pavement. Meanwhile, the team will also make their fourth trip in as many years to Alaska, with an estimated travel distance of 9,214 miles (round trip) in the air. BGSU will travel roughly 3,770 miles more in the 2013-14 season then last year, even though the team still traveled to Fairbanks, AK, Hamilton, NY, and Niagara Falls, NY. The Falcons traveled an estimated 3,540 miles on the road last season. Oct. 11-12 Oct. 29 Nov. 8-9 Nov. 15-16 Nov. 29-30 Dec. 13-14 Dec. 27-28 Jan. 3-4

at Union College 7:30 p.m. at Ohio State 7:00 p.m. at Minnesota State 7:37/07 p.m. (CT) at Ferris State 7:07 p.m. at Lake Superior State 7:37/07 p.m. at Michigan Tech 7:07 p.m. at Three Rivers Classic 4:35/TBA p.m. at Huntsville, AL 7:07 p.m. (CT)

Feb. 14-15 Feb. 28 Mar. 1

at Alaska Anchorage at Northern Michigan at Northern Michigan

7:07 p.m. (AT) 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

Fun Facts Estimated miles traveled by bus:7,938 Estimated miles traveled by air: 9,214 Estimated total miles traveled: 17,152 Number of cities:10 Number of states:8

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Chris Bergeron

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Head Coach Fourth Season Miami, ‘93

Head coach Chris Bergeron completed his third season at the helm of the Orange and Brown in 2012-13, leading the Falcons to a 15-21-5 overall record, including a mark of 10-15-3 in conference play. Bergeron was named the Falcons’ seventh head coach in program history on April 12, 2010 and has posted an overall record of 39–73–14 in his first three years. The Falcons’ 10 conference wins last year snapped a streak of four seasons without double-digit wins, marking the first time the program had reached the mark since the 2007-08 campaign. Bowling Green also recorded several victories over nationally ranked opponents in 2012-13, including three-straight home wins against then-No. 17 Niagara, then-No. 5 and then-No. 10 Western Michigan. Another key victory included a 1-0 road win against Michigan State, marking the Falcons’ first victory in East Lansing since the 2006-07 season. Bergeron also saw forward Ryan Carpenter and defenseman Bobby Shea earn All-CCHA second team honors, marking the first time since 1998-99 that multiple Falcons we’re honored by the conference. Under Bergeron’s leadership in 2011-2012, Bowling Green completed two CCHA Tournament upsets on the road, defeating Northern Michigan and national runner-up Ferris State in best two-out-of-three series’ to become the first No. 11 seed to ever reach the CCHA semifinals. The Falcons’ appearance at Joe Louis Arena marked their first trip to the CCHA semifinals in eleven years (2000-2001). Bergeron also saw two of his players earn conference honors in 2011-12, including Player of the Week (Andrew Hammond) and Rookie of the Week (Ryan Carpenter) twice. The Falcons saw most of their improvement in Bergeron’s first season on the defensive side of the puck. Bowling Green lowered its goals-allowed per game by 0.8 and improved its penalty kill percentage by 6.7 percent from 2009-10 to 2010-11. Bergeron’s influence helped drop the Falcons’ total number of penalties and penalty minutes (PIM) considerably, leading to fewer power play chances for their opponents. In his first postseason action leading the Orange and Brown, Bergeron led the Falcons to a feat that no other Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) team had ever accomplished in the conference’s 40-year history. As the lowest seeded team in the tournament, the Falcons upset the number five seeded Northern Michigan Wildcats in Marquette, Mich. during the first round of the 2010-11 CCHA Tournament. The Falcons fell to NMU in game one but collected steam and willed themselves to back-to-back wins in games two and three. They capped off the set with a double overtime victory in the finale after freshman Bryce Williamson scored less than a minute into the second overtime session to clinch the series and send BGSU to its first second-round playoff series since 2007. Prior to that series, no CCHA team had ever won a playoff series as the lowest seeded team in the conference tournament. Well-known as an outstanding recruiter, Bergeron helped rebuild the Miami RedHawk program and sustained success from 2000-2010. In his time in Oxford, Ohio his teams collected a cumulative record of 226-139-37 overall and a conference record of 161-83-28. Over the last ten seasons, Bergeron helped guide the RedHawks to six NCAA Tournament appearances, consecutive Frozen Four showings in 2008-09 and 2009-10, two first places finishes in the CCHA and six seasons with 20 or more overall wins. In 2009-10, the RedHawks finished 29-8-7 (21-2-5-2) and spent all but three weeks as the No. 1 team in the country ranked by the USCHO.com Coaches Poll. During the regular season, the RedHawks mounted a 23-game unbeaten streak in conference play. Under his guidance, Bergeron saw nine Miami forwards earn All-CCHA honors including three two seasons ago. He also saw goaltender Cody Reichard named to the All-America West Second Team while also obtaining CCHA Player of the Year honors. In six of his last seven years at Miami, Bergeron saw at least one student-athlete named to the All-American team and eight times had a player named to an All-American Team. Since 2001 and prior to the 2009-10 season, 19 RedHawks have been drafted by a NHL team and 34 have played professionally. He was part of a staff that was honored with the CCHA Coach of the Year award four times (2000-01, 2003-04, 2005-06 and 2009-10) and the AHCA National Coaching Staff of the Year award in 2005-06.

Pictured above is the Bergeron family, including, Janis, Chris (middle) Connor and Logan (ends).

Bergeron played at Miami from 1989-93 and was a two-year team captain, leading the team to its first CCHA Championship in program history as a senior. During that season, Bergeron scored a team-high 61 points on 21 goals and 40 assists. Along with his offensive achievements that year, the four-year letterwinner was named the CCHA’s Best Defensive Forward as well as Miami’s Most Outstanding Senior. He then spent seven years playing professionally before returning to Miami as an assistant coach. During that time, he played with the Adirondack Red Wings (AHL), the Birmingham Bulls (ECHL), the Toledo Storm (ECHL), the Cincinnati Cyclones (IHL) and the Columbus Cottonmouths (CHL), being named a league all-star four times. He also has coaching experience at the professional level, having served as a player/assistant coach with the Port Huron Bordercats of the United Hockey League for two seasons. Bergeron graduated from Miami in 1993, earning a bachelor’s degree in education. He and his wife, Janis, now reside in Bowling Green with their two sons, Logan, 13, and Connor, 10.

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The Bergeron File

What They Are Saying About Coach Bergeron

Born: Nov. 28, 1970 Hometown: Wallaceburg, Ontario Education: Miami, ‘93

“Chris Bergeron has played a key role in Miami’s hockey program growing in national prominence. He has proven to be an excellent recruiter and will bring great energy and passion to his Player:(1989-00) - One of only 47 players in Miami program history to role as head coach at Bowling Green. The future of BG hockey join the 100-point club with 120 points in playing will be very bright under his leadership.” Tom Anastos, Former CCHA Commissioner “As a player, Chris was a very good leader for Miami when it was becoming a national power. He took his leadership abilities into his assistant coaching position and helped the program suc- ceed even more. It’s a very good hire and I have no doubt that Chris will help Bowling Green get back to the level they want to be at and are used to being at.”

George Gwozdecky, Former Denver University head coach (Bergeron’s former head coach at Miami) “Chris has an incredible passion for the game. He can’t wait to get to the ice every day. He has a genuine desire to help studentathletes develop on the ice, in the classroom, and in the community. Everything he does, he’s going to do the right way. He’s an outstanding recruiter and has a great understanding of the game. He understands the importance of leadership and what it means to a team.” Steve Cady, Senior Associate Athletic Director and former Miami head coach

career. - 48 goals, 72 assists in 143 career games - Steve Cady Most Improved Player in 1990-91 sea- son. - Played for Adirondack Red Wings (AHL) and recorded six goals and five assists (11 points) in 41 games - Back-to-back 20+ goal season with Birmingham Bulls (ECHL) in 1994-95 and 1995-96 -Played for Toledo Storm (ECHL) and Cincinnati Cyclones (IHL) Coaching: (2000-Present) - 2005-06 AHCA National Coaching Staff of the Year - Saw three (3) Miami forwards receive All-CCHA in 2009-10 season. - Frozen Four Apperances (2008-09, 2009-10), includ- ing National Runner-up honors in 2008-09. - Doubled BGSU win toal in first seaon as head coach - Led Falcons to Joe Louis Arena in 2011-12, mark- ing first return to the CCHA Semifinals in over 10 years. - Saw two of his players earn conference honors in 2011-12 (Andrew Hammond and Ryan Carpenter).

Career Coaching Records

ASSISTANT COACH YEAR 2000-01 2001-02 “Bowling Green is in good shape with Chris at the helm. It’s bit- 2002-03 tersweet for us because we’re excited for him, but we are losing 2003-04 a big part of our program. His passion and commitment to the 2004-05 game makes him an excellent choice.” 2005-06 2006-07 Enrico Blasi, head coach Miami RedHawks 2008-09 2009-10

“As alumni for Bowling Green, we will get behind Chris and be there for whatever he needs. To be successful, he’s going to require that of us and we will be. He’s been a part of the success at Miami and he has knowledge of what it takes to have a program at that level.” Garry Galley, BGSU Hall of Fame hockey player (1981-84)

SCHOOL Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami

HEAD COACH YEAR SCHOOL 2010-11 Bowling Green State University 2011-12 Bowling Green State University 2012-13 Bowling Green State University

RECORD 20-16-2 12-22-2 21-17-3 23-14-4 15-18-5 26-9-4 33-8-1 23-13-5 29-8-7

RECORD 10-27-4 14-25-5 15-21-5

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Ty Eigner

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Assistant Coach Fourth Season

Bowling Green, ‘93 Assistant coach Ty Eigner returns to his alma mater for a fourth season behind the Falcon bench, looking to build on the success of last year. The 1993 Bowling Green graduate accumulated 14 years of coaching and administrative experience prior to being named to the Falcons’ staff in May 2010. He also played three years at the professional level. With his experience as a defenseman from his playing days, Eigner has helped guide two large freshmen classes, aiding heavily in the development of the defensive corps. The Falcon defense has allowed exactly one fewer goal-per-game since Eigner’s arrival in 2010, dropping from 3.8 allowed to 2.8 over a three-year span. Eigner has also been an integral part in the growth of the program as a whole, helping improve the team’s overall win total in each of his first three seasons. Prior to his return to the Orange and Brown, Eigner most recently completed a two-year stint as an associate coach for the boy’s hockey program at Eden Prairie High School in Minnesota. While there, Eigner helped lead the Eagles to the Minnesota AA state championship, and was named State AA Assistant Coach of the Year in 2009. Between 1996 and 2008, Eigner led two Minnesota high school hockey programs, receiving recognition as an outstanding head coach at both stops. Between 1996 and 1999, he headed the Rosemount High School (Rosemount, Minn.) hockey program, and was named the Section 5AA Coach of the Year for the 1997-98 season. In 1999, Eigner moved on to coach Brainerd High School (Brainerd, Minn.), where he was named the Section 7AA Coach of the Year for the 2005-06 season. The Minnesota Hockey Coaches also honored Eigner with the Dave Peterson Award in his final season (2008) with the Warriors. From 1999 to 2008, Eigner served as a full-time instructor for Minnesota Hockey Camps, as well as the Hockey Director for the Brainerd Amateur Hockey Association. He also coached and evaluated within USA Hockey 15 & 17 National camps, a position held since 2005. Prior to his return to Bowling Green, Eigner had coached 30 young men who went on to play collegiate or junior hockey. At Eden Prairie he coached Nick Leddy, the 16th overall selection in the 2009 NHL Amateur Draft and now a defenseman for the University of Minnesota. In Brainerd, he coached defenseman Carl Sneep, who helped Boston College to two national titles before signing with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Eigner served as Bowling Green’s captain for the 1992-93 season, and was a member of the program’s last two NCAA tournament teams. Eigner’s playing career at Bowling Green spanned 123 games, where he had a line of four goals, nine assists and 13 points. He played under Falcon coaching legend Jerry York, and as captain in 1992-1993, led the team to an 11-game turnaround, as well as a five-game improvement in CCHA play from the year before. Eigner and his wife, Erika currently reside in Bowling Green with their three children, Peter (11), Ellie (9) and Kate (7)

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The Eigner File

Born: Nov. 8, 1968 Hometown: Apple Valley, MN Education: Bowling Green, ‘93 Player:(1988-96)

- Played in 123 career games for Bowling Green State University - Fort Worth Fire (CHL) in 1993-94, totaling 10 goals, 26 assists (36 points) in 62 games. - Birmingham Bulls (ECHL) in 1994-95, totaling seven assists in 44 games. - Huntington Blizard (ECHL) in 1994-95, totaling three assists in nine games. - Wichita Thunder (CHL) in 1995-96, totaling three goals, 11 assists (14 points) in 23 games. - Tulsa Oilers (CHL) in 1995-96, totaling two goals and two assists (four points) in 26 games.

Coaching: (2010-Present)

Career Coaching Records

ASSISTANT COACH YEAR SCHOOL 2010-11 Bowling Green State University 2011-12 Bowling Green State University 2012-13 Bowling Green State University

RECORD 10-27-4 14-25-5 15-21-5

Pictured above is the Eigner family, including, Peter-11, Ty, Erika, Kate-7 and Ellie-9

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Barry Schutte

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Assistant Coach Fourth Season Miami, ‘98

Barry Schutte enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Bowling Green State University hockey program, joining the Falcons after spending the majority of his hockey career with Miami University. Schutte works primarily with the offense, while also dealing with recruiting and academic affairs. Schutte joined the Orange and Brown as an assistant coach in May 2010, bringing a wealth of hockey knowledge from a player, coach and administrative standpoint. While at Miami, Schutte served as Director of Goggin Ice Arena, and was responsible for the entire oversight of the facility. Schutte’s time at Goggin Ice Arena spanned nine seasons, starting from 1999-2003, with a second stint coming from 2005-2010. Schutte, whose leadership made Goggin one of the best facilities in collegiate hockey, also served as the Senior Director of Recreational Auxiliaries for the university in 2007. Schutte received his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Miami in 1997, playing four seasons of varsity hockey for the RedHawks. In 131 games, Schutte scored 25 goals, adding 33 assists for 58 total points. Schutte also earned 99 penalty minutes over his collegiate career. Beginning in 1999, he spent the next four years working at Miami in various capacities, including physical education instructor and head coach of the Miami University club hockey program. As head coach, Schutte guided the team to their first ever National Championship in the 1999-2000 season. After leading the club team for two seasons, Schutte eventually took the role of volunteer assistant coach for the varsity hockey team from 2001-2003. In 2003, Schutte left Miami for the first time in his professional career, serving as the associate head coach and general manager for the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League. While in Chicago, Schutte earned 60 victories from 2003-05. Schutte returned to Oxford in 2005, resuming the role of Director of Goggin Ice Arena. After his return to Miami, the RedHawks compiled a 135-52-21 overall record, five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, two regular-season CCHA championships and advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four each of the last two seasons. “Barry is a great example and leader for our players,” said head coach Chris Bergeron. “His experience in the CCHA and USHL make him a great addition to our staff.” The Thunder Bay, Ontario native and his wife, Carey, now reside in Bowling Green, Ohio with their two sons Brady and Colin, and daughter Hallie.

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The Schutte File

Born: Jun. 2, 1973 Hometown:Thunder Bay, Ontario Education: Miami, ‘98 Player:(1991-97)

- Thunder Bay Flyers (USHL) in 1991-93, totaling 38 goals and 59 assists (97 points) in 93 games. - Played in 131 games for the Miami Redhawks, totaling 25 goals and 33 assists for 58 points.

Coaching: (2003-Present)

Career Coaching Records

ASSISTANT COACH YEAR SCHOOL 2003-04 Chicago Steel 2004-05 Chicago Steel 2010-11 Bowling Green State University 2011-12 Bowling Green State University 2012-13 Bowling Green State University

RECORD 34-22-0-4 26-29-0-5 10-27-4 14-25-5 15-21-5

Pictured above is the Schutte family, including, Colin, Carey, Hallie, Brady and Barry.

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Support Staff Shane Connelly

Director of Hockey Operations Third Season

Wisconsin, ‘09 Shane Connelly returns to Bowling Green State University for his third year as the Director of Hockey Operations, completing his second year since arriving in 2011. Connelly will continue to help in all aspects in day-to-day operations for the ice hockey team in 2013-14. Connelly brings a wealth of hockey knowledge and experience to BGSU after playing stints at the junior, collegiate, and professional level. Prior to college, the former goaltender played junior hockey for two seasons with the Chicago Steel (USHL) where he posted a record of 34-30-4 in 74 appearances. Connelly played four seasons of collegiate hockey at the University of Wisconsin (WCHA) from 2005 to 2009. His career goals-against average (2.39), save percentage (.913), and shutout total (eight) each rank top five in Badgers history. Recording 19 of his 41 career victories as a senior in 2008-09, Connelly also won three games as a freshman backup during Wisconsin’s run to the NCAA Championship in 2005-06. After graduating from Wisconsin in 2009 with a degree in Communications, Connelly joined the ECHL as a member of the Johnstown Chiefs. Over parts of two seasons in the ECHL, Connelly split time between the Johnstown Chiefs, South Carolina Stingrays, Elmira Jackals, Trenton Devils, and Utah Grizzlies. In 74 ECHL appearances, Connelly compiled a record of 25-30-11 including five shutouts, with a 3.14 goals-against average and 0.900 save percentage. The Cheltenham, Pennsylvania native now currently resides in Bowling Green, Ohio

Dan Fischer Athletic Trainer Fourth Season Missouri, ‘07 Dan Fischer was named an Assistant Athletic Trainer on July 1, 2010, working primarily with the men’s ice hockey program. He received his master’s degree in sport administration from Bowling Green in May of 2009. Fischer was a graduate assistant in the BGSU sports medicine department from 2007-09, supervising the athletic training for the men’s soccer and softball programs, assisting with football. After graduating from Bowling Green, Fischer was named an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Austin Peay State University in September of 2009, where he supervised the volleyball and softball programs. He received his bachelor’s degree in sports medicine/athletic training from Missouri State University in May of 2007.

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Support Staff Scott Jess

Equipment Manager 18th Season Miami, ‘89 Scott Jess is in his 18th season handing out equipment, sharpening skates and managing the ice arena equipment room for the Falcons. A popular member of the Falcon hockey entourage, “Scooter” is also the head equipment specialist for the BGSU baseball program. Jess, a native of Clyde, Ohio, came to BGSU after serving six seasons as head equipment manager/trainer in the East Coast Hockey League. He spent three seasons with the Raleigh Ice Caps (1992-95) following stints with the Richmond Renegades (1990-92) and the Virginia Lancers (1989-90). A 1982 graduate of Clyde High School, he was the recipient of Richmond’s Outstanding Service Award in 1991-92. Jess, received his undergraduate degree in sports management from Miami University in 1989 after transferring from Indiana State University. He also earned a minor in sports medicine from MU. While in Oxford, Jess served as student equipment manager for the Redskins’ hockey team in 1988-89. He is a member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association and the National Hockey League Equipment Managers Association. Jess is married to the former Sandy Lorenzen.

Kenneth Goodrich

Strength and Conditioning Fifth Season

Michigan State, ‘09 Kenny Goodrich was named Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning at BGSU in July of 2012 after serving as an assistant strength coach in the department since 2009. Prior to coming to Bowling Green, Goodrich had been a graduate assistant strength coach at Michigan State University from 2007-09 and as a volunteer assistant from 2005-07. Originally from Decatur, Mich. Goodrich earned his Masters in Kinesiology / Sports Administration from Michigan State in 2009 and is certified under the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. He and his wife, Amy, currently reside in Bowling Green with their daughter Cami.

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Support Staff Dr. Tom Wojciechowski

A fixture around the Falcon athletic program for many years is team physician Dr. Tom Wojciechowski. “Doc Wojo,” as he is known around the program, received a B.S. in Pharmacy from the University of Toledo in 1967, and his M.D. from Wayne State University. He did his residency from 1975-78 at Toledo Hospital before entering into private practice in Bowling Green. Dr. Wojciechowski received his American Board of Family Practice Board Certification in 1979.

Dr. Carlos Gomez

Carlos E. Gomez, M.D., specializes in general orthopaedics, sports medicine and total joint replacements. He received his medical degree from El Bosque University Medical School in Bogota, Columbia where he also completed his residency. Dr. Gomez completed his fellowship in orthopaedic trauma at the University of Toledo.

CONSULTANTS Dr. Jeffrey Noftz

Dr. Jeffrey Noftz is the head team physician for the BGSU program. He is currently an assistant professor in both the Physician Assistant Program and the Physical Therapy Program at BGSU. He was assistant professor in Orthopaedics and Family Practice prior to accepting a position at The Bowling Green Clinic, specializing in non-operative musculoskeletal pathology and family practice.

Dr. Richard Barker

Dr. Richard Barker, a Bowling Green native, is the head team orthopaedic surgeon. He completed his undergraduate degree at BGSU in 1969, and completed his medical degree, as well as postgraduate orthopaedic residency training, at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

Dr. Cathy Canter

Dr. Cathy Canter completed her undergraduate and MBA degrees from the University of Alabama, where she was a scholarship athlete in track and cross country. Dr. Cantor received her medical degree at the University of South Alabama (1997-2001). She completed an internal medicine residency at The Ohio State University and a pediatrics residency at Columbus Children’s Hospital (2001-2005).

Dr. Michael Bielefeld (General Surgery) Dr. James Bingle (Cardiology) Dr. Zhanna Brant (BGSU Student Health Center) Dr. Glenn Egelman (BGSU Student Health Center) Dr. Merrill Gladden (Orthopedics - Hand/Wrist specialist) Dr. Douglas Hess (General Surgery) Mark Krautheim (Counseling, Psychology) Dr. Lisa Merrell (Family Practice) Dr. Robert Neville (Ophthalmology) Dr. Patrick O’Shea (Chiropractic) Dr. Jay L. Smith (Pain Management) Dr. Christina Tam (Ophthalmology) Dr. Robert Tam (Ophthalmology)

ASSOCIATES Dr. John Archer (Optometry) Dr. Beau Bortel (Podiatry) Dr. Mile Brujic (Optometry) Dr. Brent DeVries (Cardiology) Dr. George Hebecka (Dentistry) Dr. Jeffrey Levin (Dentistry) Dr. Lyle Nowicki (Optometry) Dr. James Phipps (Dentistry) Dr. Dave Shilling (Optometry) Dr. Tom Snyder (Chiropractic) Dr. Todd Stoner (Dentist)

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No. Player

2 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

BGSU NUMERICAL ROSTER

Pos. Acad. El.

Pierre-Luc Mercier F Connor Kucera D Mike Sullivan D Rusty Hafner D Jake Sloat D Jose Delgadillo D Kevin Dufour F Dan DeSalvo F Bryce Williamson F Adam Berkle F Camden Wojtala F Marcus Perrier D Chad Sumsion F Ben Murphy F Ryan Viselli F Matt Pohlkamp F Ted Pletsch F Ryan Carpenter F Brent Tate F Brett Mohler F Dajon Mingo F Mark Cooper F Andrew Wallace F Sean Walker D Ralfs Freibergs D Scott Zacharias G Tommy Burke G Tomas Sholl G

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

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

Ht.

6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-2 5-10 5-9 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-0

Wt.

180 210 190 200 185 200 190 170 190 193 190 215 200 200 180 200 210 180 180 175 175 185 180 185 191 180 185 175

C/S Birth Date

L L L L L R L R R R L L L R R R L R R R R R L R L R L R

Hometown/Previous Team

11/2/1992 Montreal, Quebec / Andre Laurendeau (CEGEP) 5/29/1991 Twin Lakes, Ind. / Des Moines (USHL) 6/16/1992 Toronto, Ontario / Markham (OJHL) 3/7/1991 Toledo, Ohio / Wellington (OJHL) 5/2/1990 Louisville, Colo. / Owatonna (NAHL) 2/28/1992 Milwaukee, Wisc. / Indiana Ice (USHL) 7/21/1992 Quebec City, Canada / (CCHL) 3/6/1992 Rolling Meadows, Ill. / Des Moines (USHL) 12/23/1989 Seba Beach, Alberta / St. Albert (AJHL) 8/1/1990 Collegeville, Pa. / Youngstown (USHL) 8/29/1991 Trenton, Mich. / Omaha (USHL) 8/12/1991 Thunder Bay, Ontario / Sioux Falls (USHL) 4/29/1990 Woodstock, Ontario / Newmarket (CCHL) 9/7/1991 Duxbury, Mass. / Carleton Place (CJHL) 4/19/1989 Windsor, Ontario / Penticton (BCHL) 6/12/1993 Lake City, MN / Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) 4/18/1990 Canton, Mich. / Pembroke (CJHL) 1/18/1991 Oviedo, Fla. / Sioux City (USHL) 11/5/1991 Canton, Mich. / Lincoln (USHL) 6/26/1989 Yorba Linda, Calif. / Tri-City (USHL) 5/7/1990 Canton, Mich. / Des Moines (USHL) 5/26/1992 Toronto, Ontario / St. Michaels (OJHL) 4/27/1989 Bedford, Nova Scotia / Surrey (BCHL) 11/13/1994 Keswick, Ontario / Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL) 5/17/1991 Riga, Latvia / Lincoln (USHL) 2/17/1989 Winnipeg, Manitoba / Pembroke (CJHL) 10/3/1991 Chaska, Minn. / Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) 8/8/994 Hermosa Beach, Calif. / Fresno Monsters (NAHL)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach - Chris Bergeron (Miami, ‘93) Assistant Coach- Barry Schutte (Miami, ‘98) Assistant Coach- Ty Eigner (Bowling Green, ‘93) Director of Hockey Ops. - Shane Connelly (Wisconsin, ‘09)

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13 Berkle, Adam F 31 Burke, Tommy G 22 Carpenter, Ryan F 26 Cooper, Mark F 8 Delgadillo, Jose D 11 DeSalvo, Dan F 10 Dufour, Kevin F 29 Freibergs, Ralfs D 5 Hafner, Rusty D 3 Kucera, Connor D 2 Mercier, Pierre-Luc F 25 Mingo, Dajon F 24 Mohler, Brett F 17 Murphy, Ben F 15 Perrier, Marcus D 21 Pletsch, Ted F 20 Pohlkamp, Matt F 32 Sholl, Tomas G 7 Sloat, Jake D 4 Sullivan, Mike D 23 Tate, Brent F 18 Viselli, Ryan F 28 Walker, Sean D 27 Wallace, Andrew F 12 Williamson, Bryce F 14 Wojtala, Camden F 16 Sumsion, Chad F 30 Zacharias, Scott G

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

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

Ht.

6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-3

Wt. C/S Birth Date

193 R 185 L 180 R 185 R 200 R 170 R 190 L 191 L 200 L 210 L 180 L 175 R 175 R 200 R 215 L 210 L 200 R 175 R 185 L 190 L 180 R 180 R 185 R 180 L 190 R 190 L 200 L 180 R

Hometown/Previous Team

8/1/1990 Collegeville, Pa. / Youngstown (USHL) 10/3/1991 Chaska, Minn. / Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) 1/18/1991 Oviedo, Fla. / Sioux City (USHL) 5/26/1992 Toronto, Ontario / St. Michaels (OJHL) 2/28/1992 Milwaukee, Wisc. / Indiana Ice (USHL) 3/6/1992 Rolling Meadows, Ill. / Des Moines (USHL) 7/21/1992 Quebec City, Canada / (CCHL) 5/17/1991 Riga, Latvia / Lincoln (USHL) 3/7/1991 Toledo, Ohio / Wellington (OJHL) 5/29/1991 Twin Lakes, Ind. / Des Moines (USHL) 11/2/1992 Montreal, Quebec / Andre Laurendeau (CEGEP) 5/7/1990 Canton, Mich. / Des Moines (USHL) 6/26/1989 Yorba Linda, Calif. / Tri-City (USHL) 9/7/1991 Duxbury, Mass. / Carleton Place (CJHL) 8/12/1991 Thunder Bay, Ontario / Sioux Falls (USHL) 4/18/1990 Canton, Mich. / Pembroke (CJHL) 6/12/1993 Lake City, MN / Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) 8/8/994 Hermosa Beach, Calif. / Fresno Monsters (NAHL) 5/2/1990 Louisville, Colo. / Owatonna (NAHL) 6/16/1992 Toronto, Ontario / Markham (OJHL) 11/5/1991 Canton, Mich. / Lincoln (USHL) 4/19/1989 Windsor, Ontario / Penticton (BCHL) 11/13/1994 Keswick, Ontario / Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL) 4/27/1989 Bedford, Nova Scotia / Surrey (BCHL) 12/23/1989 Seba Beach, Alberta / St. Albert (AJHL) 8/29/1991 Trenton, Mich. / Omaha (USHL) 4/29/1990 Woodstock, Ontario / Newmarket (CCHL) 2/17/1989 Winnipeg, Manitoba / Pembroke (CJHL)

Adam Berkle......................................................................................................Bur-kul Cam Wojtala............................................................................................Wuh-TUL-uh Chad Sumsion................................................................................................ Sum-shin Marcus Perrier............................................................................................ pair-ee-AIR Connor Kucera........................................................................................... Ku-shair-uh Barry Schutte.................................................................................................SHOO-tee

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Brett Mohler

Forward Senior 6-1 | 175 | Shoots: R Yorba Linda, Calif. Tri City (USHL)

#24

2012-13 (Junior): Played in 37 games for the Orange and Brown…scored six goals and added five assists for 11 points…committed nine penalties, earning 26 penalty minutes…recorded 17 blocked shots…registered 57 shots on goal, giving him a 10.7 shooting percentage… scored his first goal of the year against OSU (10/27/12) in a 3-3 tie (SOW)...recorded three blocked shots against WMU (11/10/12) in a 2-2 tie...scored a goal against Alaska (12/7/12) in a 3-2 win...recorded an assist on the Falcon’s game-winning goal against Canisius in a 3-2 victory (1/6/13)... scored a goal in the Falcons’ 4-1 win over LSSU (2/1/13)...recorded a goal in the win against Ferris State on (2/15/13)...netted an empty-net goal in a 5-3 win over NMU (2/23/13)...scored a goal against Notre Dame (3/1/13)...earned assists on back-to-back nights against Lake Superior (3/9-3/10). 2011-2012 (Sophomore): Played in only 14 games for the Falcons due to injury…recorded five assists and eight blocks…committed three penalties for 17 PIMs…finished the season with a minus -3 rating… recorded back-to-back assists against Alabama Huntsville in a two game away series…recorded an assist and a +1 rating against Notre Dame…recorded assists in back-to-back games against Ferris State and Canisius. 2010-2011 (Freshman): Played in 39 games…scored his first career goal, a game-winner, and point against Alabama-Huntsville (Oct. 23) in a 4-2 win…had a four-game point streak and scored nine points in a seven-game span from Nov. 6 to Nov. 27…recorded 17 points (7g, 10a) as a freshman with three goals coming on the power play…put together his first multi-point and multi-goal game against Miami (Nov. 19) with a two-score performance against the RedHawks…had back-to-back two-point games against UAH (Nov. 26) and Rensselaer (Nov. 27) in the RPI Holiday Tournament (Rensselaer, N.Y.)…named CCHA Rookie of the Week on Nov. 29…had an even or better rating in 24 games including a (+3) plus/minus rating against Miami (Nov. 19)…finished the season with a (-6) on-ice rating…blocked 15 shots…had one short-handed and two unassisted goals on the season…earned BGSU co-Rookie of the Year honors with linemate Camden Wojtala. Prior to BGSU: Played with the Tri-City Storm (USHL) in 2009-10…in 60 games he netted 13 goals and 32 assists (45 points)…in three post-season games with the Storm, he added one assist to his resume…was named the team’s unsung hero in 2009-10…played with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs (BCHL) in Career Highlights 2008-09…in 55 games with the Bulldogs he scored 12 goals and was second on the team with 28 assists for 40 points… finished the season with a (+2) on-ice rating. Most Goals Game: 2 (11/19/10 vs. Miami) Most Assists Game: 2 (2X) Personal: Full name - Brett William Mohler…son of Steven Mohler and Debra VanDixMost Points Game: 2 (3X) horn...has a brother, Steven and sister, Shayna…brother plays hockey for Curry College (DIII)…majoring in business law First Collegiate Goal: 10/23/10 vs. UAH OVERALL

YEAR GP G A 2010-11 39 7 10 2011-12 14 0 5 2012-13 37 6 5 Career 90 13 20

PTS 17 5 11 33

PN/MN 15-30 3-17 9-26 27-73

PPG/SHG/GWG 3/1/1 0/0/0 0/0/0 3/1/1

+/-6 -3 -2 -11

First Collegiate Point: 10/23/10 vs. UAH (Goal)

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Jake Sloat

Defenseman Senior 5-11 | 185 | Shoots: L Louisville, Colo. Owatonna (NAHL)

#7

2012-13 (Junior): Did not play due to injury. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 42 games for the Orange and Brown…led the team with 48 blocked shots…scored one goal and seven assists, tied for third among defenseman with eight points…finished the year with 15 penalties committed for 30 PIMs… finished the year with a -5 on-ice rating…earned his first point of the season with an assist against Connecticut, blocking two shots in the game…blocked three shots against Lake Superior State in a 4-1 loss on the road…blocked three shots and was a +1 against Notre Dame at home…earned his second assists of the season in a 4-1 against Canisius…collected an assist and blocked two shots against Western Michigan…blocked two shots and was +1 with an assist in a 3-2 Falcon win against Notre Dame on the road…collected an assist and was +1 in the Falcons 3-2 overtime victory against Ferris State in the CCHA Playoffs…scored his first goal of the season in game two of the FSU series, finishing with a blocked shot and a +2 on ice rating…blocked three shots against Michigan in the CCHA Semifinals. 2010-2011 (Freshman): Played in 33 games…recorded his first career point with an assist against Alabama-Huntsville (Oct. 23)…scored his first career goal while on the power play against UAH (Nov. 26) in the Toyota UConn Classic…had points in consecutive games on three different occasions…had an even or better on-ice rating in 21 of 33 games…finished the year with a (-5) on-ice rating…blocked 32 shots…committed seven penalties for 14 minutes. Prior to BGSU: In three years of junior hockey, he amassed 137 games played…in 2009-10 he played 58 games with the Owatonna Express (NAHL) and scored 31 points (6g, 25a)…in 2008-09 he played 50 games with the Express posting seven goals and 15 assists (22 points)…in two seasons with the Express he collected 179 penalty minutes (88 mins. in 2008-09, 91 in 2009-10)…was a participant in the 2009-10 NAHL All-Star Top Prospect game…spent a season with the Omaha Lancers (USHL) in 2007-08 where he scored a goal and two assists in 29 games…that season his team won the Anderson Cup and Clark Cup…won two Colorado state hockey championships in 2005 and 2007…was part of the state runner-up team in 2006…elected team captain in 2006 and 2007. Personal: Full name - Jacob Zachary Sloat…son of Scott and Janet Sloat…has a sister, Samantha…uncle (Curtis Sloat) played football for Adams State University from 1979-81…is majoring in business, pre-law.

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GP 33 42 - 75

G 1 1 - 2

A 8 7 - 15

PTS 9 8 - 17

OVERALL

PN/MN 7-14 15-30 - 22-44

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/0 0/0/0 - 1/0/0

+/-5 -5 -10

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (2X) Most Assists Game: 1 (15X) Most Points Game: 1 (17X) First Collegiate Goal: 11/26/10 vs. UAH First Collegiate Point: 10/23/10 vs. UAH (Assist)

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Chad Sumsion

Forward Senior 6-1 | 200 | Shoots: L Woodstock, Ontario Newmarket (CCHL)

2012-13 (Junior): Played in 16 games for the Orange and Brown…recorded three assists…finished the season with four blocked shots and an even on-ice rating…recorded his first point of the season with an assist against Western Michigan (11/10/12), was a +1 in the contest...recorded an assist against Michigan State on 2/8/13...recorded an assist against Ferris State on 2/16/13. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 38 games for the Orange and Brown… blocked 10 shots and committed just four penalties all year for eight PIMs…collected his first point of the season with an assist against Alabama-Huntsville in a 3-0 win, finishing the game with a +1 on-ice rating…finished +1 in the Falcons shootout win over Ohio State…earned his second assist of the season in a 2-1 over Western Michigan, finishing the game +1…scored his first goal of the season in the Falcons’ 4-3 win over Michigan at home, finishing the game +1…assisted on Ryan Carpenter’s game-winning overtime goal against Ferris State in the first game of their CCHA Playoff series. 2010-2011 (Freshman): Played in 40 games…quickly contributed to the offense scoring his first career goal in his second game against Michigan (Oct. 9)…one of the Falcons leading contributors on the power play scoring four power-play goals…finished his freshman season with nine points (5g, 4a)…committed seven penalties for 14 minutes…blocked 15 shots…finished with an even on-ice rating for the year. Prior to BGSU: Spent his last two seasons at the junior level with the Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL/CCHL)…in his rookie season with the team he led the team in both goals (28), assists (34) and points (62) through 53 games…in 2009-10 he lead his team in all three categories for a second consecutive season with a line of 29-30--59 line for the year…finished the year with a (+19) on-ice rating… in two years of postseason experience he has scored 21 goals, 28 assists (49 points) and possesses a (+11) on-ice rating in 34 games… in 2010 was named the regular season MVP and the Newmarket Coach’s Award…named CCHL Player of the Month for September 2009…named Stratford Rookie of the Year and regular season MVP in 2008. Personal: Full name - Chad Alexander Sumsion…is the son of Doug and Bonnie Sumsion…has a brother, Brock…father played basketball at the University of Guelph…played four years of varsity rugby and was a two-time captain…went a combined 27-1 over that time, winning the Thames Valley Rugby ChampiCareer Highlights onship three consecutive years while not losing a contest...was named Male Athlete of the Year twice at Huron Park Secondary School…majoring in business. Most Goals Game: 1 (6X) Most Assists Game: 1 (10X) Most Points Game: 2 (11/26/10 vs. UAH)

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GP 40 38 16 94

G 5 1 0 6

A 4 3 3 10

PTS 9 4 3 16

OVERALL

PN/MN 7-14 4-8 0-0 11-22

First Collegiate Goal: 10/9/10 vs. Michigan PPG/SHG/GWG 4/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 4/0/0

+/0 -7 0 -7

First Collegiate Point: 10/9/10 vs. Michigan (Goal)

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Ryan Viselli

Forward Senior 5-10 | 180 | Shoots: R Windsor, Ontario Penticton (BCHL)

#18

2012-13 (Junior): Played in 13 games during the season…earned one assist…blocked two shots…committed three penalties for six penalty minutes…recorded his first point of the season with an assist against Western Michigan (11/10/12), was a +1 in the contest. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 37 games for the Falcons…scored four goals and added one assist for five points…scored two of his goals on the power play, with one being a game winner…committed nine penalties for 18 PIMs…finished the season with 12 blocked shots…scored his first goal of the season against Notre Dame, also committing two penalties for four minutes… scored his second goal of the season against Ferris State at the BGSU Ice Arena… scored the game-winning power-play goal against Canisius in a 3-1 Falcon win at home…recorded his only assist of the season in a 3-3 tie with Western Michigan at home, finishing with a +1 on-ice rating…scored in the Falcons’ series-clinching game against Northern Michigan in the first round of the CCHA Playoffs. 2010-11 (Freshman): Played in 33 games…saw his first action against Alabama-Huntsville (Oct. 22) and scored his first career point, an assist…tallied an assist in three consecutive games from Dec. 29 to Jan. 7…had a three-point weekend at Lake Superior (Jan. 2829) with three assists in two games…had a second three-game scoring streak after adding a power-play goal against Western Michigan (Feb. 4)…solidified a playoff victory with an empty-net goal in game two of the CCHA Tournament’s opening round victory against Northern Michigan (March 5)…finished the year with nine points (2g, 7a), a (-7) on-ice rating and 23 blocks. Prior to BGSU: Was a member of the Penticon Vees (BCHL) from 2008-10…posted 11 goals and 17 assists with the Vees in 200910…played in 59 games scoring 20 goals and recorded 32 assists (52 points) in 2008-09…was a member of the Tecumseh Chiefs from 2006-2008…featured a stat line of 34-46-80 in 46 games, leading his team in those three categories in 2007-08…eighteen of his 34 goals were scored on the power play…in 12 games of postseason play that year he scored five goals and nine assists (14 points) en route to winning the Sutherland Cup…was a 2007-08 WOHL First Team All-Star selection and played in the GOJHL Top Prospect game…in 2006-07 he posted 22 goals and 33 assists (55 points) in 48 games. Personal: Full name – Ryan Christopher Viselli…son of Leo and Kathy Viselli…has a brother, Derek and a sister, Katelyn …played alongside Cameron Sinclair on the 2006-07 Tecumseh Chief team…was named an Honor scholar and an Ontario Scholar at St. Anne’s High School…spent one year at the UniverCareer Highlights sity of Windsor before coming to BGSU…is an exercise science major. Most Goals Game: 1 (6X) Most Assists Game: 2 (1/29/11 vs. LSSU) Most Points Game: 2 (1/29/11 vs. LSSU)

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GP 33 37 13 83

G 2 4 0 6

A 7 1 1 9

PTS 9 5 1 15

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PN/MN 11-22 9-18 3-6 23-46

First Collegiate Goal: 2/4/11 vs. WMU PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/0 2/0/1 0/0/0 3/0/1

+/-7 -7 -3 -17

First Collegiate Point: 10/22/10 vs. UAH (Assist)

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Andrew Wallace

Forward Senior 5-10 | 180 | Shoots: L Bedford, Nova Scotia Surrey (BCHL)

2012-13 (Junior): Played in 37 games for Bowling Green…set career highs with three goals and eight points on the season…added five assists to tie a previous career best…led all centermen in face off winning percentage, winning .574 percent of his draws…blocked 28 shots on the season…finished the year with an even on-ice rating…recorded his first point of the season with an assist in the Falcons’ 3-1 win at Colgate (10/19/12), while also blocking three shots...scored the game tying goal in a 2-2 draw against WMU (11/10/12)... added an assist in the Falcons’ 7-3 win over LSSU (2/2/13)...recorded an assist against NMU (2/22/13), followed by a two-point night (1G & 1A) in a 5-3 Falcon win (2/23/13)...scored a goal against Notre Dame (3/2/13). 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in 43 games for the Orange and Brown…winner of the Jack Gregory Award (Scholar Athlete) award...scored one goal and added five assists for six points…led the team in face-off winning percentage, coming away victorious in over 58 percent of his draws…led all forwards with 32 blocked shots…committed six penalties for 12 PIMs…earned his first goal of the season in a 3-0 win over Alabama-Huntsville, finishing with a +1 on-ice rating…recorded two assists in a 3-3 tie with Western Michigan, also blocked a shot and finished +2…blocked two shots the following night against the Broncos, recording an assist for points in back-toback games…finished +2 with two blocked shots in the Falcons’ shootout win against Ohio State…blocked three shots and added an assist in a 2-1 against Western Michigan, finished with a +1 rating…recorded an assist against Michigan in the CCHA Semifinals. 2010-11 (Freshman): Played in 39 games for the Falcons during his first year with the program…scored the first goal of his collegiate career with a (+2) mark in a 5-4 win against University of Alabama-Huntsville (Oct. 22)…recorded his first career assist against Notre Dame (Nov. 6)…scored Bowling Green’s only goal in a 1-3 loss to Miami (Jan. 15)…tallied an assist and a block shot against Lake Superior State (Jan. 28)…finished the season with two goals and two assists…recorded 20 blocked shots on the year…committed 12 penalties for 27 minutes. Prior to BGSU: Spent two seasons with the Surrey Eagles(BCHL)…had a standout year in his second season with the team scoring 23 goals, 38 assists and 61 points -- all team-highs…11 of his 23 goals were scored on the power play and tied for a team lead in that category…five of his goals were game-winning scores…in 60 games played during the 2008-09 season he scored eight goals and 38 assists (46 points)…in 15 combined post-season games between 2008 and 2010 he scored one goal and had ten helpers for a total of 11 points…was named team Rookie of the Year in 2009 and MVP in 2010. Personal: Full name - Andrew Brendan Wallace…born on April 27, 1989…son of Stephen and Tawny Wallace…has two brothers, Mitchell and Connor…was a National Honors student in Ontario…was named captain and MVP of his high school golf team in 2008… also played soccer…majoring in business.

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GP 39 43 37 119

G 2 1 3 6

A 2 5 5 12

PTS 4 6 8 18

OVERALL

PN/MN 12-27 6-12 5-18 23-57

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (6X) Most Assists Game: 2 (12/9/11 vs. W. Mich.) Most Points Game: 2 (12/9/11 vs. W. Mich.) First Collegiate Goal: 10/22/10 vs. UAH

PPG/SHG/GWG 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0

+/-6 -6 0 -12

First Collegiate Point: 10/22/10 vs. UAH

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Bryce Williamson

Forward Senior 6-0 | 190 | Shoots: R Seba Beach, Alberta St. Albert (AJHL)

#12

2012-13 (Junior): Played in 40 games for Bowling Green… ranked sixth on the Falcons with a career-best 19 points…set a career high with 12 goals, ranking second on the team…fourth on the team in shooting percentage, scoring on .121 percent of his shots…ranked third on the team with 99 shots taken… ranked in the top ten on the squad with seven assists…committed nine penalties for 29 penalty minutes...recorded an assist in his first game of the year against Union (10/12/12)...scored his first goal of the season against WMU (11/9/12), going +1 with a blocked shot...scored a power-play goal against Ferris State (11/17/12)...scored his third goal of the year in a 3-2 win at Alaska (12/7/12)...recorded a power-play goal in the Falcons’ 3-0 win against No. 17 Niagara (12/229/12)...earned an assist against Canisius (1/6/12)...scored a goal against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...earned an assist against Notre Dame (3/1/13)...scored a goal against Lake Superior in a 6-3 win (3/9/13)...recorded two assists against Lake Superior in a 7-0 win (3/10/13). 2011-12 (Sophomore): One of only four Falcons to play in all 44 games during the season…recipient of the Bill and Helen Lloyd Award (Most Improved Player)…finalist for the CCHA Goal Of The Year Award…ranked fourth on the team with nine goals and fifth on the team with seven assists, giving him 16 points on the year…ranked second on the team with three power-play goals, and third with two game-winning goals…ranked second on the team in shots with 122…finished the year with 25 blocked shots…committed 15 penalties for 30 PIMs…started the year with goals in back-to-back games against Connecticut…once again scored goals in back-to-back games against Notre Dame in a two-game series at home…scored against Ferris State on the power play in a 3-5 Falcon loss…recorded two assists in a 4-1 against Canisius for his first multi-point game of the season, finishing with a +2 on-ice rating…scored a goal against Miami in the Falcons shootout win in Oxford…scored a goal against Bemidji State on the road to start the second half of the year…recorded an assist and finished with a +2 rating in a 2-1 win over Western Michigan at home…earned assists in back-to-back games against Notre Dame and Northern Michigan…recorded a goal and an assist, including the game winner with roughly a minute remaining in the Falcons’ 4-3 win against Michigan…scored a goal in a 5-3 win over Northern Michigan in the first round of the CCHA Playoffs…earned an assist in the Falcons’ 3-2 overtime win against Ferris State in the second round of the playoffs. 2010-11 (Freshman): Played in 38 games…after missing the previous game with an injury, he returned the next day to score his first point of the season, an assist in a win over Alabama-Huntsville (Oct. 23)…scored his first career goal at home against Ferris State (Jan. 8)…tallied an unassisted goal against Northern Michigan (Feb. 19)…heated up toward the end of the season with four points in his final five games (3g, 1a)…recorded his first career multi-point game (1g, 1a) at NMU in the first game of the CCHA Tournament…scored the game-winning goal in double-overtime in the series finale against the Wildcats, propelling the Falcons to their first playoff series win since the 2007-08 season…scored a goal against Michigan in the first game of their second round matchup with the Wolverines…finished the season scoring five goals and two assists…had one power-play goal, one game-winner and one unassisted score…blocked five shots…committed five penalties for 10 minutes…ended the season with a (-14) on-ice rating. Prior to BGSU: Played three seasons with the St. Albert Steel (AJHL)…in 2009-10 he scored 41 goals, 66 assists and 107 points nearly averaging two points per game (1.8)…eight of his goals were scored on the power play…recorded eight game-winning goals…was the co-recipient of the Ernie Love Trophy for top scorer in the AJHL for 2009-10 and was named team MVP…also recorded the team’s top plus/minus mark in 2008-09 (+32) and 2009-10 (+25)…led his team in all three offensive categories in all three years with St. Albert with lines of 32-38--70 in 2008-09 and 29-32-61 in 2007Career Highlights 08…scored 36 power-play goals in his first two seasons with the club…was a member of the Fort Saskatchewan Traders in 2006-07 where he played 42 games. Personal: Full name - Bryce Ian Williamson…born on December 23, 1989…is the son of John and Toni Williamson…has a brother, Brad and sister, Taylor…majoring in business.

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GP 32 44 40 116

G 5 9 12 26

A 2 7 7 16

PTS 7 16 19 42

OVERALL

PN/MN 5-10 15-30 9-29 29-69

Most Goals Game: 2 (2X) Most Assists Game: 2 (2X) Most Points Game: 2 (6X) First Collegiate Goal: 1/8/11 vs. FSU

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/1 3/0/2 3/0/2 8/0/6

+/-14 -9 -4 -27

First Collegiate Point: 10/23/10 vs. UAH (assist)

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Camden Wojtala

Forward Senior 6-2 | 190 | Shoots: L Trenton, Mich. Omaha (USHL)

#14

2012-13 (Junior): Played in 37 games during the season…served as a team captain…was honored with the Jack Gregory Award as the 2012-13 team’s scholar athlete…ranked fourth on the team with eight goals…registered eight assists, giving him 16 points on the year… scored two power play goals…committed three penalties, earning six penalty minutes…finished the year with 27 blocked shots…scored a goal in the season opener against Niagara (10/6/12)...recorded points in back-to-back games, including an assist against Union (10/13/12) and a goal against Colgate (10/19/12) in a 3-1 win...secured a goal and an assist in the road series against Alaska, going +1 with four blocks in the series...scored a goal on the power play in the Falcons’ 3-0 win against No. 17 Niagara (12/229/12)... recorded an assist on the Falcons’ game-winning goal in a 3-2 victory against Canisius (1/6/13)...recorded an assist in the Falcons’ 7-3 win against LSSU (2/2/13)...recorded a goal in OT win against Ferris State on (2/15/13)...earned an assist against Notre Dame (3/1/13). 2011-12 (Sophomore): Played 42 games for the Orange and Brown…named to the CCHA Scholar-Athlete Team… finalist for the CCHA Goal Of The Year Award…recipient of the Dr. Ron Zwierlein Leadership Award…ranked third on the team in goals (10), assists (13) and points (23)…ranked first on the team with four power-play goals…was one of four Falcons to hit the 20-point plateau…finished the year with 29 blocked shots…committed seven penalties for 25 PIMs…scored one goal and added three assists for four points in the opening weekend against Connecticut, finishing with a +3 on-ice ranking…scored a goal against Alabama-Huntsville in a 3-0 win…recorded an assist in a 1-0 win against Lake Superior on the road, registered four blocked shots…earned an assist the following night against LSSU, recording two blocked shots… earned two assists in a 3-5 loss to Ferris State…extended his three-game point streak with a goal and three assists for four points in a weekend sent against Canisius… scored goals in back-to-back games against Ohio State and Alaska-Fairbanks…scored a goal against Western Michigan in a 2-1 Falcon win, finishing with a +1 rating… scored a goal in a 3-2 win at Notre Dame, finishing with a +1 rating and a blocked shot…scored a goal in a 4-3 win against Michigan at home, finishing with a +2 rating…recorded his first-career two-goal game in a 3-2 win over Ferris State in the second round of the CCHA Tournament…closed out the year with back-to-back assists against Michigan and Miami in the CCHA Semifinal and Consolation Game, earning three blocked shots against Michigan. 2010-11 (Freshman): Played in all 41 games in his first season…finished tied for third on the team in overall scoring with a 5-11-16 scoring line…tallied the most assists among the entire freshman class and was second on the team in that category…tallied his first career point with an assist against Michigan (Oct. 9) in just his second game…scored his first goal at Alaska (Oct. 30)…posted another goal in his next game against Notre Dame (Nov. 5) with a game-winning, power-play goal at the Joyce Center…posted points in three straight games from Nov. 12 to Nov. 19, including his first multi-point contest when he put up four assists with two coming against Miami (Nov. 19)…between Oct. 30 and Nov. 26 he scored three goals and had five assists with two multi-point games…had a goal and an assist versus Alabama-Huntsville (Nov. 26) in a tournament win at the RPI Holiday Tournament…scored the game-tying goal on the power play against Northern Michigan (Feb. 18) at home… committed only five penalties for 10 PIM…blocked 12 shots…was tied for second on the team with six points on the power play (2-4-6)…shared the team lead in game-winning goals (2)…earned co-Rookie of the Year award with Brett Mohler. Prior to BGSU: Spent the 2009-10 season with the Omaha Lancers (USHL) where he played in 59 contests, scoring eight goals and 11 assists (19 points)…in eight post-season games with the Lancers he scored one goal and had three assists…helped his team to a 42-12-0-6 overall record under Bliss Littler…played three years of varsity hockey at Trenton High School (2006-2009)…part of two state champion teams (2008, 2009)…was named all-state for hockey in 2007-08 and 2008-09… named Michigan High School Mr. Hockey in 2009 -- the fourth Mr. Hockey from Trenton, Mich. -- was named captain of the 2008-09 state championship team…had a career high record of 63-14-7 overall record, including a 25-1-4 junior season under head coach Mike Turner…over three years with the Trenton Trojans he held a line of 63-94--154.

Career Highlights

Personal: Full name -- Camden Ray Wojtala…son of Wally and Colleen Wojtala…has a brother, Blake …was also a four-year letterwinner in baseball at Trenton High School where he was named to the All-Region team… was the captain of the Trojans baseball team his junior and senior years…was on the National Honors Society for academics…is majoring in biology.

YEAR 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Career

GP 41 42 37 120

G 5 10 8 23

A 11 13 8 32

PTS 16 23 16 55

OVERALL

PN/MN 5-10 7-25 3-6 15-41

Most Goals Game: 2 (3/9/12 at FSU) Most Assists Game: 2 (4X) Most Points Game: 3 (10/8/11 vs. UConn) First Collegiate Goal: 10/30/10 vs. UAF

PPG/SHG/GWG 2/0/2 4/0/0 2/0/1 8/0/3

+/-10 -10 -2 -22

First Collegiate Point: 10/9/10 vs. Michigan (Assist)

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Scott Zacharias

Goaltender Senior 6-3 | 180 | Glove: R Winnepeg, Manitoba Pembroke (CJHL)

#30

2012-13 (Junior): Did not play. 2011-12 (Sophomore): Appeared in three games for the Orange and Brown...allowed three goals in just over 70 minutes played... carried a 2.56 goals-against average with a .800 save percentage...was 0-1-0 on the season. 2010-2011 (Freshman): Did Not Play. Prior to BGSU: Spent two seasons with the Pembroke Lumber Kings (CJHL)…was a part of two CJHL championship teams (2008-09, 2009-10), the last being the franchise’s fourth consecutive league title… in 2009-10 he posted a 33-3-1 (W-L-OTL) record with a 2.29 GAA, .926 save-percentage and recorded seven shut outs…was 12-4-0 in post-season play that year with a 2.16 GAA and .922 save-percentage… in 2008-09 he had 12 decisions (10-2-0) with a 2.71 GAA and a save-percentage of .903 with one shutout. Personal: Full name -- Scott Randolph Zacharias…son of Randy Zacharias and Barbara MacDonald… has a brother, Mathew (20)…attended Dublin Coffman High School (Dublin, Ohio), graduating in 2007…majoring in business.

Career Highlights Most Saves Game: 8 (11/5/11 vs FSU) Most Wins Season: NA Most Shutouts Season: NA

YEAR GP/GS MIN 2011-12 3-0 70:11 Career 3-0 70:11

OVERALL W-L-T 0-1-0 0-1-0

GA 3 3

First Collegiate Win: NA GAA 2.56 2.56

SAVE% .800 .800

SHO 0 0

First Collegiate Shutout: NA

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Adam Berkle

Forward Junior 6-3 | 193 | Shoots:R Collegeville, Pa Youngstown (USHL)

#13

2012-13 (Sophomore): Was one of only six Falcons to play in all 41 games during the season...ranked sixth on the team with seven goals…ranked sixth on the team with 14 assists…ranked fourth on the team with 21 points, and was one of only five Falcons to reach the 20-point plateau…finished the season with a career-best +8 on-ice rating…opened the season with a point in each of the first four games, including his first goal of the season against Union (10/12/12)...secured an assist in back to back games against OSU (10/27/12) and MSU (11/2/12)...scored a goal and was +2 against Ferris State (11/16/12)...scored the game-tying goal against Alaska (12/8/12) in Fairbanks...recorded an assist against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...recorded an assist in back-to-back games in the Falcons’ sweep against LSSU...recorded a goal against Ferris State on 2/16/13...earned an assist against Notre Dame (3/2/13)...Scored two goals and added an assist in the Falcons first round playoff series with Lake Superior (3/8-10). 2011-2012 (Freshman): One of only four Falcons to play in all 44 games during the season…scored seven goals ranking fifth on the team…his 14 assists ranked second on the team…ranked fourth on the team with 21 points, and was one of four Falcons to hit the 20-point plateau… led the team in shots with 125 on the season…ranked third on the team with two game-winning goals…finished the season with a -8 on-ice rating…committed 17 penalties for a total of 45 PIMs…secured his first career point with an assist against Connecticut in a 4-4 tie, finishing the game with a +2 rating…scored his first goal against Lake Superior State, a game-winner in a 1-0 win…recorded his first multi-point game against Canisius with a two-assist effort in a 3-1 win…earned an assist in a 4-4 tie against Miami…after an assist against Ohio State, he recorded two goals and an assist against Alaska in a two-game set, marking his first career three-game point streak…recorded two assists in a 3-2 win against Notre Dame, finishing the game with a +3 rating…scored goals in back-to-back games against Ferris State and Michigan to close out the regular season…led the Falcons with seven points against Northern Michigan in the first round of the playoffs, scoring two goals and five assists in the three-game series. Prior to BGSU: Spent the 2009-10 and 2010-11 season with the Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) where he played in 120 games... scored 28 goals and 27 assists (55 points)…finished fifth on the team in points both seasons…amassed 209 penalty minutes over two seasons with Youngstown…was a four-year letter winner at Lasalle High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania…took home a state championship in 2008…served as captain for Career Highlights Youngstown and Lasalle. Personal: Full name—Adam Scott Berkle…son of Scott and Elaine Berkle…has a brother named Zack and a sister named Dana…majoring in business.

YEAR GP G A 2011-12 44 7 14 2012-13 41 7 14 Career 85 14 28

PTS 21 21 42

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PN/MN 17-45 21-53 38-98

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/2 0/0/1 1/0/3

+/-8 +8 0

Most Goals Game: 1 (14X) Most Assists Game: 2 (4X) Most Points Game: 3 (3/4/11 at NMU) First Collegiate Goal: 10/21/11 vs. LSSU First Collegiate Point: 10/8/11 vs. UConn (Assist)

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Ryan Carpenter

#22

Forward Junior 6-1 | 180 | Shoots: R Oviedo, Fla. Sioux City (USHL)

2012-13 (Sophomore): Named to the All-CCHA Second Team, marking the first BG selection to the first or second team since 2007-08 (Derek Whitmore)…named to the CCHA Scholar-Athlete team…honored with the 2012-13 Dr. Ron Zwierlein Leadership Award…named the 2012-13 Jim Sears Award as the team’s most valuable player…played in all 41 of Bowling Green’s games this season…finished first on the team in goals, scoring a career-best 18 in 2012-13…finished the season with 15 assists, ranking third on the team…led the Falcons with a career-best 33 points, reaching the 30-point plateau for the second-straight season and earning the Sam Cooper award…ranked first on the team with six power play goals…was one of only two Falcons (Bobby Shea) to score a shorthanded goal this season (1)…led the team with three game-winning goals…ranked second on the team with a .158 shooting percentage…recorded an assist in the first game of the year against Niagara... scored a goal and added an assist against Union (10/12/11)...scored his second goal of the season and was +1 against Colgate (10/20/12)...registered an assist and was +2 with a blocked shot against OSU (10/27/12) in a 3-3 tie (SOW)...earned an assist and blocked three shots against WMU (11/9/12)...scored a goal in back-to-back games against WMU (11/10/12) and Ferris State (11/16/12)...scored the Falcons lone goal in a 4-1 loss to Notre Dame (12/15/12)...recorded a goal and an assist over a twogame set against Canisius (1/5-1/6)...recorded a goal and an assist against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...scored back-to-back goals against No. 10 WMU (1/18 - 1/19)...recorded an assist in back-to-back games against No. 6 Miami (1/28-29)...Registered three points including a goal and two assists in the Falcons’ sweep against LSSU...scored a goal against MSU in a 2-1 win (2/8/13)...recorded a game-winning goal in OT win against Ferris State on (2/15/13)...scored goals in back-to-back games against NMU (2/22-2/23)...Scored two goals and added three assists in the Falcons first round playoff series with Lake Superior (3/8-10). 2011-2012 (Freshman): Named CCHA Rookie Of The Week twice during the season…honored with the Bowling Green Rookie Of The Year Award and Sam Cooper Award…one of only four Falcons to play in all 44 games during the season…led the team in assists (19) and points (30), marking the first Falcon to score 30 points since 2008-09 (Svendsen and Sexton)…ranked second on the team with 11 goals…one of three Falcons (Marc Rodriguez, Carpenter and Shea) to score shorthanded…ranked second on the team with three game-winning goals…finished the season with a +2 on-ice rating… scored a goal and an assist in his first career game, a 2-1 win over Connecticut…recorded two assists against Connecticut in a 4-4 tie…scored two goals against Alabama-Huntsville in a two-game road series, giving him points in the Falcons’ first four games of the season…recorded two assists against Notre Dame in a two-game home series, finishing the weekend with a +2 rating…recorded two goals and an assist in a two-game home sweep against Canisius, finishing the series with a +3 rating…scored a goal and three assists against Miami in a comeback shootout win, marking his first three-point game of his career…recorded his first career two-goal game in a 3-2 win over Notre Dame, giving him three points in the weekend series…recorded two assists against Northern Michigan in the first round of the playoffs, finishing the series with a +8 on ice rating…scored the game-winning overtime goal against Ferris State in game one of their playoff series…recorded two assists in game two against Ferris State, finishing with a +2 rating… scored a goal and two assists in the Falcons 4-3 series-clinching game against Ferris State, finishing the series with five points and a +5 rating…scored a goal against Michigan in the CCHA Semifinals, extending his career-long point streak to five games. Career Highlights Prior to BGSU: Played two years for the Sioux City Musketeers…scored 23 goals and 44 assists (67 pts) in 117 career games…led team in assists during the 2010-2011 season…scored two goals and an assist in three career playoff games. Personal: Full name—Ryan Michael Carpenter…son of Michael and Nancy Carpenter…has a brother Chris and a sister Kelsey…father Michael played baseball for University of Central Florida… favorite athlete is Derek Jeter…attended Timber Creek High School…majoring in finance. YEAR GP G A 2011-12 44 11 19 2012-13 41 18 15 Career 85 29 34

PTS 30 33 63

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PN/MN 10-31 10-20 20-51

PPG/SHG/GWG 2/1/3 6/1/3 8/2/6

+/+2 +12 +14

Most Goals Game: 2 (2X) Most Assists Game: 2 (4X) Most Points Game: 3 (3X) First Collegiate Goal: 10/7/11 vs. UConn First Collegiate Point: 10/7/11 vs. UConn (Goal)

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Dan DeSalvo Forward Junior 5-8 | 170 | Shoots: R Rolling Meadows, Ill. Des Moines (USHL)

#11

2012-13 (Sophomore): Was one of only six Falcons to play in all 41 games during the season…ranked first on the team with a career-best 20 assists, marking the first Falcon to reach the 20-assist plateau since 2008-09 (Dan Sexton)…ranked second on the team with 25 points, tying a career best…was one of only five Falcons to reach the 20-point plateau…finished the season with a +4 on-ice rating…committed 15 penalties, earning 30 penalty minutes on the season…opened the season with assists in back-to-back games Niagara (10/6/12) and Union (10/12/12)... recorded the first two-assist game of his career against Colgate (10/20/12)...registered an assist and was +2 with two blocked shots against OSU (10/27/12)...scored a goal and added two assists against FSU (11/16/12) for his highest point total of the season...recorded two assists against Alaska (12/8/12)...assisted on Brent Tate’s first career goal against Canisius (1/6/13)...recorded a goal against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...recorded an assist against No. 6 Miami (1/25/13)...recorded an assist in OT win against Ferris State on (2/15/13)...earned two assists against Notre Dame (3/1/13)...Scored two goals and added an assist in the Falcons 7-0 win over Lake Superior (3/10/13). 2011-12 (Freshman):Played in 35 games…led the Falcons with 14 goals scored…ranked fourth on the team with 11 assists…ranked second on the team with 25 points…was one of four Falcons to hit the 20-point plateau…led the team with four game-winning goals…finished the year with a team-best +4 on-ice rating…led the team with a .167 shooting percentage…committed 15 penalties for 41PIMs…blocked 11 shots…scored goals in back-to-back games against Connecticut and Alabama Huntsville to start the year… extended his five-game point streak with assists in three-straight games against UAH and a Lake Superior State (10/15-10/21)…scored a goal in a 3-5 loss to Ferris State at home…scored a goal against Miami in the Falcons’ shootout win on the road…collected assists in back-to-back games against Alaska-Fairbanks in a two-game set on the road…collected assists in back-to-back games against Notre Dame on the road, finishing plus-2 on the weekend…scored five goals and one assist in the Falcons’ opening playoff series with Northern Michigan, including back-to-back two-goal games to close out the series. Finished the series with a +7 on-ice rating…scored two goals and an assist in the second game of the Ferris State series, finishing the game with a +2 rating…scored a hat-trick with an assist against FSU in the series-clinching game, marking the first Falcon to record a hat-trick since Derek Whitmore, in a 4-1 win against Western Michigan (Jan. 18, 2008) at the BGSU Ice Arena…DeSalvo now also holds the CCHA record for playoff goals (10), breaking the previous record of 8 held by three players (Mike Knuble Bobby Reynolds and Rick Brebant). Prior to BGSU: Played one season for the Des Moines Buccaneers…scored 14 goals and 28 assists (42 points) in 58 games…amassed 66 penalty minutes…led team in points (42) and tied for the team lead in assists (28)… one of two Des Moines Buccaneers (DeSalvo, and Kucera) joining the Falcons this season. Personal: Full name—Daniel Anthony DeSalvo…son of Larry and Judy DeSalvo…has one brother named Nick…father played college ice hockey for St. Mary’s…graduate of Fremd High School…majoring in accounting. YEAR GP G A 2011-12 35 14 11 2012-13 41 5 20 Career 76 19 31

PTS 25 25 50

OVERALL

PN/MN 15-41 5-30 30-71

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/4 0/0/1 1/0/5

+/+4 +4 +8

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 3 (3/11/12 at FSU) Most Assists Game: 2 (4X) Most Points Game: 4 (3/11/12 at FSU) First Collegiate Goal: 10/8/11 vs. UConn First Collegiate Point: 10/8/11 vs. UConn (Goal)

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Rusty Hafner

Defenseman Junior 6-0 | 200 | Shoots: L Toledo, Ohio Wellington (OLHL)

#5

2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in 32 games for

the Orange and Brown…scored a goal and added five assists, recording a career-best six points…finished the year with 15 blocked shots…committed four penalties for eight penalty minutes…earned a +10 on-ice rating, ranking fifth on the team… was one of only five Falcons to earn an on-ice rating of +10 or better…scored his first career goal in a 3-3 tie against Ohio State (10/27/12), marking his first point of the year...recorded an assist against WMU (11/9/12)...recorded an assist against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...recorded assists in back-to-back games against No. 10 WMU (1/18 - 1/19)...recorded an assist against Lake Superior (3/9/13).

2011-2012 (Freshman): Played in 19 games for the Orange and Brown…recorded two points, both assists…committed four penalties for 19 PIMs…blocked 19 shots…finished the season with an even 0 on-ice rating…earned his first-career point with an assist in a 3-1 win against Canisius…blocked three shots in a comeback shootout win against Miami… earned his second-career assist against Michigan State, blocking two shots and finishing the game with a +1 rating.

Prior to BGSU: Most recently played for the Wellington Dukes (OJHL) during the second half of the 2010-11 season…

tallied one goal and 15 assists (16 points) in 35 games played… ranked second on the team with 47 penalty minutes… scored one goal and tallied seven assists (8 points) in 20 playoff games…Played for the Carleton Place Canadians (CJHL) for parts of two seasons (2009-2010)…tallied 15 goals and 19 assists (34 points) in 77 games played…was tied for the team lead in points (28) among defenseman in 2009-2010.

Personal: Full name—Rusty James Hafner…son of Randy and Peggy Hafner…has two brothers, Randy Jr. and Ryan… has two sisters, Tara and Tiffany…father (Randy) and cousin (Kelly) both played college baseball for Bowling Green State University…majoring in exercise science.

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (10/27/12 vs. OSU) Most Assists Game: 1 (7X) Most Points Game: 1 (8X)

YEAR GP G A 2011-12 19 0 2 2012-13 32 1 5 Career 51 1 7

PTS 2 6 8

OVERALL

PN/MN 4-19 4-8 8-27

PPG/SHG/GWG 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0

+/0 +10 +10

First Collegiate Goal: 10/27/12 vs. OSU First Collegiate Point: 12/2/11 vs. MSU (Assist)

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Connor Kucera

Defenseman Junior 6-2 | 210 | Shoots: L Twin Lake, Ind. Des Moines (USHL)

#3

2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in 36 games for Bowling Green…set a new career high with two goals…added six assists for eight points on the year…finished the season with 25 blocked shots…committed 11 penalties for 33 penalty minutes…recorded his first point of the season with an assist against Union (10/12/12)...scored his first goal of the season (game winner) against MSU in a 1-0 road win...earned an assist in a 2-2 tie with WMU (11/10/12)...recorded an assist in a 3-2 win over No. 10 WMU (1/18)...recorded an assist in the Falcons’ 4-1 win over LSSU (2/1/13)...recorded an assist in OT win against Ferris State on (2/15/13)...scored a goal against Northern Michigan (2/22/13). 2011-2012 (Freshman): Played in 40 games at defense for the Falcons…recorded one goal and seven assists, ranking

third among defenseman with eight points…ranked third on the team with 18 penalties committed, ranking fifth on the team in penalty minutes with 36…blocked 21 shots…. was one of three Falcons to finish the year with a plus on-ice rating, earning a +2 on the year…recorded his first career point against Miami in a comeback shootout win, recording an assist and a +2 rating…earned an assist and a blocked shot against Michigan State…finished with a +2 rating against Western Michigan in a 2-1 win at home…recorded an assist and a +1 rating in a 3-2 win over Notre Dame…recorded a +2 rating in a 3-2 win over Michigan…earned an assist and a +2 rating in the Falcons’ 3-2 win over Ferris State in the CCHA playoffs… earned his first career goal against Ferris State in game two of the series.

Prior to BGSU: Played one season for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL…scored two goals, five assists (7pts) and amassed 66 penalty minutes in 53 career games…led the team in plus/minus with a (+19) mark…won a state championship while attending Culver Military academy in 2008.. one of two Des Moines Buccaneers (DeSalvo, and Kucera) joining the Falcons this season.

Personal: Full name—Connor Paul Kucera…son of Kevin and Maureen Kucera… has two brothers named Luke and Corbin…played for coaches Al Clark and Dan Davidge at the Culver Military Academy…lettered four years in baseball…favorite athlete is Joe Sakic.

YEAR GP G A 2011-12 40 1 7 2012-13 36 2 6 Career 76 3 13

PTS 8 8 16

OVERALL

PN/MN 18-36 11-33 29-69

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (3X) Most Assists Game: 1 (13X) Most Points Game: 1 (16X) First Collegiate Goal: 3/10/12 at FSU

PPG/SHG/GWG 0/0/0 0/0/1 0/0/1

+/+2 -1 +1

First Collegiate Point: 11/19/11 at. Miami (Assist)

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Marcus Perrier

Defenseman Junior 6-1 | 215 | Shoots: L Thunder Bay, Ontario Sioux Falls (USHL)

#15

2012-13 (Sophomore): Was one of only six Falcons to play in all 41 games during the season… ranked third on the team with 47 blocked shots… finished the season with six assists, tying a career best...ranked third on the team with 18 penalties committed, recoding 36 penalty minutes…blocked four shots in the Falcons’ 1-0 win against Michigan State (11/2/12), and blocked three shots the following night against the Spartans...recorded an assist in back-to-back games against Alaska (12/7/1212/8/12), helping the Falcons earn four conference points...recorded an assist in the Falcons’ 3-0 win against No. 17 Niagara (12/229/12)...added an assist in the Falcons’ 7-3 win over LSSU (2/2/13)...recorded an assist against Lake Superior (3/9/13). 2011-2012 (Freshman): Played defense in 41 games for the Falcons…ranked second among defenseman with three goals…ranked second among defenseman with six assists…tied for first among defenseman with nine points…his 60 shots on goal ranked first among defenseman… ranked second on the team with 21 penalties committed, and third on the team with 42 PIMs…ranked third on the team with 37 blocked shots…recorded his first career point against Connecticut with an assist in a 4-4 tie…recorded an assist in a 3-0 win over Alabama-Huntsville, finishing with a +2 rating…scored his first career goal in a 4-1 loss to Lake Superior State…scored a goal in a 3-3 tie with Western Michigan at home, finishing with a +1 rating and three blocked shots… earned an assist in a shootout win over Ohio State…recorded his first multi-point game with a goal and an assist in a 5-3 win over NMU in the CCHA Playoffs, finishing the game +2…earned an assist on the Falcon’s overtime winner against Ferris State in the series-clinching game. Prior to BGSU: Played three years for the Sioux Falls Stampede…scored 13 goals and 19 assists (32 pts) in 160 career games…amassed 410 penalty minutes…led Sioux Falls in penalty minutes all three seasons with team…scored two goals and four assists in ten career playoff games. Personal: Full name—Marcus Patrick Perrier…son of Ken and Patti Perrier…has a sister named Kendra…favorite athlete is Scott Stevens…attended Westgate High School…majoring in sport management. Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (3X) Most Assists Game: 1 (12X) Most Points Game: 2 (3/3/12 at NMU)

YEAR GP G A 2011-12 41 3 6 2012-13 41 0 6 Career 82 3 12

PTS 9 6 15

OVERALL

PN/MN 21-42 18-36 39-78

PPG/SHG/GWG 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0

+/-13 -10 -23

First Collegiate Goal: 10/22/11 at LSSU First Collegiate Point: 10/8/09 vs. UConn (Assist)

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Ted Pletsch

Forward Junior 6-3 | 210 | Shoots: L Canton, Mich. Pembroke (CJHL)

#21

2012-13 (Sophomore): Played in 16 games for the Orange and Brown…registered two assists…finished the year with a blocked shot and an even on-ice rating…committed four penalties, earning eight penalty minutes... earned an assist against Notre Dame (3/2/13)... recorded an assist against Lake Superior (3/10/13). 2011-2012 (Freshman): Played in 40 games for the Falcons…scored five goals and two assists for seven points…. finished with 15 blocks, and a -5 on-ice rating… committed six penalties for 12 PIMs…ranked second on the team with a .156 shooting percentage…earned his first career point with a goal against Michigan State, finishing with a +1 rating…. scored a goal against Bemidji State on the road, finishing with a +1 rating…scored a goal in the Falcons’ shootout win against Ohio State…earned his first career assist in the second game of the Ohio State series, giving him his first-career point streak…scored a goal and blocked four shots against Notre Dame. Prior to BGSU: played three seasons with the Pembroke Lumber Kings of the CJHL/CCHL…scored 42 goals and 38 assists (80 pts) in 153 games…registered 88 penalty minutes.

Personal: Full name—Ted Murray Pletsch…born on 4/18/1990…son of Fred and Kelly Pletsch…has two brothers, Fred and Jesse…has one sister, Sheelagh…father Fred is current commissioner of the CCHA…favorite athlete is Johan Franzen.

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (5X) Most Assists Game: 1 (4X) Most Points Game: 1 (9X)

YEAR GP G A 2011-12 40 5 2 2012-13 16 0 2 Career 56 5 4

PTS 7 2 9

OVERALL

PN/MN 6-12 4-8 10-20

PPG/SHG/GWG 0/0/0 0/0/0 0/0/0

+/-5 0 -5

First Collegiate Goal: 12/2/11 at MSU First Collegiate Point: 12/2/11 at MSU (Goal)

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Mike Sullivan

Defenseman Junior 6-1 | 190 | Shoots: L Toronto, Ontario Markham (OJHL)

#4

2012-13 (Sophomore): Was one of only six Falcons to play in all 41 games during the season…ranked fourth on the team with 15 assists, finishing with the second most among defenseman…ranked second among defenseman with a career-best 16 points… finished second on the team with a +14 on-ice rating…ranked first on the team with 69 blocked shots…honored with the Bill and Helen Lloyd Award as the team’s most improved player…recorded his first point of the year with an assist against Union (10/12/12)... posted assists in back-to-back games against Colgate (10/19/12-10/20/12), blocking five shots over the weekend...blocked four shots in a 1-0 win against MSU (11/2/12)... recorded assists in back-to-back games against Alaska (12/7/12-12/8/12), blocking six shots on the weekend...recorded an assist against Notre Dame (12/15/12)...extended his career-best four-game point streak with two assists (career best) in the Falcons’ 3-0 win against No. 17 Niagara (12/229/12)...recorded an assist in a 3-2 win over No. 10 WMU (1/18)...scored his first goal of the season and added an assist in the Falcons’ 7-3 win over LSSU (2/2/13)...earned an assist against Lake Superior (3/10/13). 2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 42 games…scored one goal and three assists for four points…ranked second on the team with 40 blocked shots…committed seven penalties for 14 PIMs…ended the season with a -6 on-ice rating…blocked two shots and finished a +2 in a 4-4 tie with Connecticut… was +1 with two blocked shots against Notre Dame…earned his first-career point with an assist in the Falcons comeback shootout win against Miami…finished a two-game set against Western Michigan with a +2 rating and three blocked shots…blocked four shots against Bemidji State…scored his firstcareer goal against Northern Michigan in the CCHA Playoffs, added an assist to give him his first multi-point game of his career…collected an assist in the series-clinching game against FSU, finishing with three blocked shots. Prior to BGSU: Played three seasons in the OJHL splitting time between the Ajax Attack, Georgetown Raiders, and the Markham Waxers…amassed 20 goals and 73 assists (93 pts) in 135 career games…scored two goals and an assist in six career playoff games…led team in defensive scoring (48 pts) during 2009-2010 season. Personal: Full name—Michael Francis Sullivan…son of Jeff and Josie Sullivan…has a brother named Dan who played hockey for Niagara University… has a sister named Angela who currently plays soccer for Queens University… achieved academic honor roll all four years of high school…lettered in hockey, volleyball, badminton, soccer, curling, and golf while attending Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School.

YEAR GP G A 2011-12 42 1 3 2012-13 41 1 15 Career 83 2 18

PTS 4 16 20

OVERALL

PN/MN 7-14 9-18 16-32

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/0 1/0/0 2/0/0

+/-6 +14 +8

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (2X) Most Assists Game: 2 (2X) Most Points Game: 2 (4X) First Collegiate Goal: 3/3/12 at NMU First Collegiate Point: 11/19/11 vs. Miami (Assist)

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Tommy Burke

#31

Goaltender Sophomore 6-1 | 185 | Glove: L Chaska, Minn. Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL)

2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 16 games for the Orange and Brown, including 13 starts…finished the year with a 5-6-2 record…was the first freshman to earn a victory between the pipes since Nick Eno during the 2007 season…carried a goals-against-average of 2.57…recorded a save percentage of .889… played in 841 minutes, making 287 saves during the season…earned a win in his first career appearance against Colgate (10/19/12), stopping 24-of-25 shots...stopped 27-of-28 shots in a 1-0 loss to OSU (10/26/12)...earned his second win of the season with 32 saves against Canisius (1/6/13)...recorded a season-best 36 saves against Ferris State in 2-1 OT win (Feb. 15, 2013). Prior to BGSU: Played two seasons in the NAHL, splitting time between the Owatonna Express, Port Huron Fighting

Falcons and Bismarck Bobcats…most recently played in 43 games for Bismarck in 2011-12, earning a record of 31-9-1… carried a 2.59 goals-against average, along with a .910 save percentage and one shutout.

Personal: Full name --- Thomas Francis Burke...son of Tom and Ann Burke...has a sister named Megan...graduate of

Academy of Holy Angels High School...played three years of varsity ice hockey under coach Greg Trebil...broke the school single-season record for wins with 19...named All-Conference in 2008-09 and 2009-10.

Career Highlights Most Saves Game: 36 (2/15/13 at Ferris State) Most Wins Season: 5 Most Shutouts Season: 0

YEAR GP/GS MIN 2012-13 16/13 841:55 Career 16/13 841:55

OVERALL W-L-T 5-6-2 5-6-2

GA 36 36

First Collegiate Win: 10/19/2012 at Colgate GAA 2.57 2.57

SAVE% .889 .889

SHO 0 0

First Collegiate Shutout: None

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Mark Cooper Forward Sophomore 6-2 | 185 | Shoots: R Toronto, Ontario St. Michaels (OJHL)

#26

2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 38 games for the Orange and Brown…was named co-rookie of the year with fellow freshman Dajon Mingo…ranked third on the team with nine goals… added seven assists for 16 points on the year… ranked third on the team with three power play goals…ranked second on the team with two game-winning goals…blocked 14 shots and committed nine penalties for 18 PIMs…scored the first goal of his career against Union (10/12/12)...scored a goal against OSU (10/27/12) in a 3-3 tie (SOW)...scored a goal in back-to-back games against Alaska, including the game winner in game one (12/7/12)...recorded an assist against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...recorded a goal against No. 6 Miami (1/26/13)...Scored two goals and added two assists, both career highs in the Falcons’ 7-3 win over LSSU (2/2/13). Prior to BGSU: Mark Cooper (Scarborough, Ontario.) comes to Bowling Green after spending the last two seasons with the St. Michaels Buzzers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League. Cooper broke the 50-point plateau with the Buzzers in both seasons, ranking in the top three on St. Michaels in points both years. In 95 games played for St. Michaels, Cooper registered 111 points, including 49 career goals, and 62 assists. Cooper recently led his team in playoff scoring, recording four goals and 10 assists in 11 playoff games. Personal: Full name--Mark Evan Cooper...son of Randy Cooper and Lillian Stermac...has one sister, Stephanie...attended Birchmount Park High School...

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 2 (2/2/13 vs. LSSU) Most Assists Game: 2 (2/2/13 vs. LSSU) Most Points Game: 4 (2/2/13 vs. LSSU)

YEAR GP G A 2012-13 38 9 7 Career 38 9 7

PTS 16 16

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PN/MN 9-18 9-18

PPG/SHG/GWG 3/0/2 3/0/2

+/-4 -4

First Collegiate Goal: 10/12/2012 vs. Union First Collegiate Point: 10/12/12 vs. Union (Goal)

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Jose Delgadillo

Defenseman Sophomore 6-3 | 200 | Shoots: R Milwaukee, Wisc. Indiana Ice (USHL)

#8

2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 27 games for the

Orange and Brown…registered one assist and 22 blocked shots…committed five penalties, earning 10 penalty minutes…recorded three blocked shots against MSU (11/2/12) in a 1-0 win...blocked three shots against Alaska (12/7/12) in a 3-2 win...recorded an assist in the Falcons’ 4-1 win over LSSU (2/1/13) for his first career point.

Prior to BGSU: Jose Delgadillo (Milwaukee, Wisc.) joins the Falcons after spending the last three seasons in the United States Hockey League. Delgadillo played his first two full seasons with the Sioux City Musketeers, recording seven points (1G, 6A) and 47 penalty minutes in 97 games played. Most recently, Delgadillo split the 2011-12 season between Sioux City and the Indiana Ice, picking up 13 points and 57 penalty minutes in 56 games this past year. Personal: Full name--Jose David Delgadillo...son of Robert and Barbara Delgadillo...has one sister, Nina...graduate of Greendale High School...majoring in business.

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: NA Most Assists Game: 1 (2/1/13 vs. LSSU) Most Points Game: 1 (2/1/13 vs. LSSU)

YEAR GP G A 2012-13 27 0 1 Career 27 0 1

PTS 1 1

OVERALL

PN/MN 5-10 5-10

PPG/SHG/GWG 0/0/0 0/0/0

+/-3 -3

First Collegiate Goal: NA First Collegiate Point: 2/1/13 vs. LSSU (Assist)

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Ralfs Freibergs Defenseman Sophomore 5-11 | 191 | Shoots: L Riga, Latvia Lincoln (USHL)

#29

2012-13 (Freshman): Played in just eight games to close out the season…averaged almost a pointa-game, scoring one goal and adding six assists for seven points in 2012-13…finished the season with two blocked shots and a +3 on-ice rating… led the team with a .200 shooting percentage, scoring on one of his five shots...committed two penalties, earning four penalty minutes…recorded an assist in the Falcons’ 5-3 win over NMU (2/23/13)... recorded an assist in the Falcons’ 4-3 loss to Notre Dame (3/1/13)...scored his first career goal against Lake Superior in a 7-0 Falcon win, also adding two assists in the game for a career-best three point night (3/10/13). Prior to BGSU: Ralfs Freibergs (Riga, Latvia) comes to Bowling Green after playing two seasons with the Texas Tornado (2009-11) of the NAHL, and one season with the Lincoln Stars (2011-12) of the United States Hockey League. Over two seasons with Texas, Freibergs recorded 73 points (8G, 65A) in 79 career games, ranking third on the team in points in 2010-11 (7G, 48A). Freibergs led all Lincoln defenseman in scoring last season, recording eight goals and 34 assists in 58 games played. Freibergs finished last season with a +25 on ice rating. Personal: Son of Ralfs and Ina Freibergs...majoring in economics...has one brother, Renars...named captain of the Latvian U-20 and U-18 national team...graduate of Marupes High School.

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (3/10/13 vs. LSSU) Most Assists Game: 2 (3/10/13 vs. LSSU) Most Points Game: 3 (3/10/13 vs. LSSU)

YEAR GP G A 2012-13 8 1 6 Career 8 1 6

PTS 7 7

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PN/MN 2-4 2-4

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/0 1/0/0

+/+3 +3

First Collegiate Goal: 3/10/13 vs. LSSU First Collegiate Point: 3/10/13 vs. LSSU (Assist)

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Dajon Mingo

Forward Sophomore 5-10 | 175 | Shoots: R Canton, Mich. Des Moines(USHL)

#25

2012-13 (Freshman): Was one of only six Fal-

cons to play in all 41 games during the season… was named co-rookie of the year with fellow freshman Mark Cooper…was third on the team with 22 points scored, was one of only five Falcons to reach the 20-point plateau…scored eight goals, ranking fourth on the team...fourth on the team with two game-winning goals…fifth on the team with 14 assists…second on the team with 104 shots taken…recorded a point in four-straight games to open the season, including his first career point/assist against Niagara (10/6/12) and his first career goal against Union (10/13/12)...scored a goal and added an assist for his first multi-point game of his career against Colgate (10/19/12)...recorded an assist in a 2-2 tie with WMU (11/10/12)...secured an assist against Notre Dame (12/15/12)...recorded a goal and an assist for his second multi-point game of the season against Niagara (12/29/12)...scored the game-winning goal against No. 10 WMU on Jan. 18...recorded a goal against No. 6 Miami (1/26/13)... recorded a career-high three-point night (1G & 2A) in the Falcons’ 7-3 win over LSSU (2/2/13)...recorded two assists against Lake Superior (3/9/13).

Prior to BGSU: Dajon Mingo (Detroit, Mich.) most recently finished playing the 2010-11 season with the Des

Moines Buccaneers of the United States Hockey League (USHL). He ended the season leading the team in goals scored (24) and was tied for second in both points (35) and on-ice rating (+7). Nine of his 24 goals were scored on the power play and three short handed, also team highs. He finished the regular season in the top ten of the league in goals scored overall (tenth) and on the power play (seventh).

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (8X) Most Assists Game: 2 (2/2/13 vs. LSSU) Most Points Game: 3 (2/2/13 vs. LSSU)

YEAR GP G A 2012-13 41 8 14 Career 41 8 14

PTS 22 22

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PN/MN 12-24 12-24

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/2 1/0/2

+/+10 +10

First Collegiate Goal: 10/13/12 vs. Union First Collegiate Point: 10/13/12 at Niagara (Assist)

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Ben Murphy

Forward Sophomore 6-0 | 200 | Shoots: R Duxbury, Mass. Carleton Place (CJHL)

#17

2012-13 (Freshman): Played in 40 games during

the 2012-13 season…ranked third among Falcon rookies with 13 points…scored six goals on the year…ranked second on the team with five power play goals…recorded 15 blocked shots and finished the year with an even on-ice rating…scored his first career goal against Canisius in a 2-2 tie on the road (1/6/13)....recorded an assist against No. 5 Notre Dame in a 4-2 Falcon win (1/15/13)...recorded an assist against No. 10 WMU in a 3-2 Falcon win (1/18/13)... scored a goal in the Falcons’ 4-1 win over LSSU (2/1/13)...scored a goal against MSU in a 2-1 win (2/8/13)...netted a power play goal in a 5-3 win over NMU (2/23/13)...scored a power play goal against Notre Dame (3/1/13)...registered a career-high two assists in the Falcons’ 7-0 win over LSSU (3/10/13).

Prior to BGSU: Ben Murphy (Duxbury, Mass.) joins the Falcons after playing with the Carleton Place Canadians of

the Central Junior Hockey League. Murphy ranked third on his team in points, recording 31 goals and 32 assists in just 44 games played. Murphy, who was named to the 2011-12 CJHL All Star Team, ranked first on the Canadians in pointsper-game (1.43) among everyday players. Murphy also tied for the Carleton Place lead in playoff scoring, recording three assists in four games played.

Personal: Full name—Benjamin Jeffrey Murphy…son of Stephen and Faith Murphy…his father, Stephen, played one

year of professional hockey in Holland...has a brother named Matthew and a sister named Hannah...played three years of varsity hockey at Catholic Memorial High School for coach William Hanson...also lettered in baseball...majoring in business.

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (6X) Most Assists Game: 2 (3/10/13 at LSSU) Most Points Game: 2 (2X)

YEAR GP G A 2012-13 40 6 7 Career 40 6 7

PTS 13 13

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PN/MN 7-14 7-14

PPG/SHG/GWG 5/0/0 5/0/0

+/0 0

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Brent Tate

Forward Sophomore 6-2 | 180 | Shoots: R Canton, Mich. Lincoln (USHL)

#23

2012-13 (Freshman): Played in just 24 games for the Falcons due to injury…finished the season with four goals and nine assists for 13 points… ranked third on the team with 52 penalty minutes…blocked five shots and carried a +5 on-ice rating…recorded an assist and was +1 vs. MSU (11/3/12) with a penalty (1-2)...recorded points in back-to-back games against Canisius (1/5-1/6) including his first career goal in a 3-2 BG victory...recorded a goal in the Falcons’ 7-3 win over LSSU (2/2/13)...recorded a goal and an assist against Ferris State on Feb. 16...scored a power play goal against Notre Dame (3/1/13)...earned assists on back-toback nights against Lake Superior (3/9-3/10). Prior to BGSU: Brent Tate (Canton, Mich.) comes to Bowling Green after playing the last three seasons for the Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League. Tate recorded 21 goals and 41 assists in 108 games for Lincoln, while also earning 416 penalty minutes during his career. Tate ranked second on the team in penalty minutes in his final two seasons, earning 144 minutes in 2010-11, and 205 minutes in 2011-12. Tate finished his USHL career with a +2 on ice rating. Tate was also captain of the team in 2010 amd 2011. Personal: Personal: Full name is Brent Alan Tate…born on November 5, 1991…son of Mark and Sandy Tate… has a brother, Andrew…major is sport management...graduate of Plymouth High School...favorite athlete is Pavel Datsyuk...father, Mark, was a professional hydroplane racer.

Career Highlights Most Goals Game: 1 (4X) Most Assists Game: 1 (9X) Most Points Game: 2 (2/16/13 at Ferris)

YEAR GP G A 2012-13 24 4 9 Career 24 4 9

PTS 13 13

OVERALL

PN/MN 15-52 15-52

PPG/SHG/GWG 1/0/0 1/0/0

+/+5 +5

First Collegiate Goal: 1/6/12 at Canisius First Collegiate Point: 11/3/12 vs. Mich. State (Assist)

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Kevin Dufour

Forward Freshman 6-0 | 190 | Shoots: L Quebec City, Canada (CCHL)

#10

Prior to BGSU: Played in the Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL)… played in the all-star game in the 2012-13 season…CEGEP MVP of the league in 2012… was named the team MVP in the 201112 season (CCHL)… also was the leading scorer and offensive player on the team that season… named offensive player of the team in 2010-11 (CEGEP). Personal: Full name – Kevin Dufour… nickname is Duffy… son of Jean Pierre and Guylaine Dufour… has no siblings…played for La Seigneurie in high school... lettered three years… placed first in two consecutive years (2010-2011)… played a combined 80 goals and 92 assists in 126 games in high school…favorite player is Martin St. Louis, who currently plays for the Tampa Bay Lighting…career ambition is to play professional hockey.

Pierre-Luc Mercier

Forward Freshman 6-1 | 180 | Shoots: L Montreal, Quebec Andre Laurendeau (CEGEP)

#2

Prior to BGSU: Played for Andre Laurendeau (CEGEP)… 2012 collegial MVP of the playoffs… helped the team win league champions and championships in 2012… was the assistant captain in the 2011-12 season for Andre Laurendeau. Personal: Full name – Pierre-Luc Mercier… son of mother Louise Perras… has one brother Jean-Bernard… favorite athlete is Wayne Gretzky… career ambition is to eventually be a business man and become a CEO. 47


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Matt Pohlkamp

#20

Forward Freshman 6-0 | 200 | Shoots: R Baxter, MN Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL)

Prior to BGSU: Played for the Bismarck Bobcats (NAHL) in 201213, scoring eight goals and added six assists (14 points) in 18 total games. Attended Brainerd Senior High… lettered four years for the Warriors… Played under Jim Archibald during his time at Brainerd Senior High… also lettered in football and golf… elected captain of the hockey and football teams…was on the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name – Matt Paul Pohlkamp…nickname is Shooter… son of Joe and Mary Pohlkamp… father (Joe) played football for St. Cloud State… has two brother and three sisters named Chris (18), Eric (9), Sarah (16), Abby (12),and Molly (7)…Favorite athlete is Tiger Woods… career ambition is to play professionally in the NHL.

Tomas Sholl

#32

Goalie Freshman 6-0 | 200 | Glove: L Hermosa Beach, Calif. Fresno Monsters (NAHL)

Prior to BGSU: Attended Mira Costa High School for three years… attended Clouis Unified Online School for one year…played for La Jr. Kinger and the Fresno Monsters (NAHL) prior to coming to BGSU. Played in the top prospects league for the NAHL in the 2011-12 season… first star of week one during the league. Personal: Full name – Tomas Joshua Sholl… nickname is Sholly…son of Brad and Britt Sholl… Father was a professional roller hockey player for the LA Blades…has one brother named Mattias (12)… has one sister named Kelcey (21)… favorite athletes are Ryan Miller and Clayton Kershaw…career ambition is to play professional hockey. 48


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Sean Walker

#28

Defenseman Freshman 5-9 | 185 | Shoots: R Keswick, Ontario Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL)

Prior to BGSU: Played at Our Lady of the Lake…graduated in 2012… played for the Newmarket Hurricanes (OJHL). Personal: Full name – Sean Iain Walker… son of Andy and Theresa Walker… has a brother and sister named Justin (21) and Jenna (15)… favorite athlete is Wayne Gretzky… nickname is Walks...career ambition is to play in the NHL.

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2013-14 Falcons

Front Row : Asst. Coach B. Schutte, R. Viselli, B. Williamson, A. Wallace, R. Carpenter, Head Coach. C. Bergeron, C. Wojtala, J. Sloat, B. Mohler, C. Sumsion, Asst. Coach T. Eigner. Second Row: Trainer K. Goodrich, S. Zacharias, M. Perrier, C. Kucera, B. Tate, M. Cooper, A. Berkle, T. Pletsch. J. Delgadillo, M. Sullivan, R. Hafner, T. Burke, Staff Greg Graven. Third Row: Hockey Operations S. Connelly, Athletic Trainer D. Fischer, T. Sholl, R. Freibergs, K. Dufour, B. Murphy, P. Mercier, M. Pohlkamp, S. Walker, D. Mingo, D. DeSalvo, Staff J. Smith, Staff S. Nicholson, Equipment Manager S. Jess.

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In terms of exposure, more than 200 WCHA mens’ games have been typically televised annually, including the league’s playoff championship live by Fox Sports North. The league also boasts of college hockey’s longest running weekly conference radio show, known as “This Week in the WCHA”. The league’s official website, WCHA. com, is being relaunched with an all-new look for 2013-14, and includes the fully-functional WCHA.com/mobile site.

THE WCHA

For more than 61 years, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association has stood at the top of the collegiate hockey world. And with its great brand, rich tradition, well-documented history of success, dedicated and enthusiastic fans, top-notch programs and a 100% commitment to excellence across the board, this Association will continue to stand second to none.


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Commissioner: Bruce M. McLeod Associate Commissioner: Sara Martin Assistant to the Commissioner: Jeff Sauer Assistant Commissioner of Operations: Carol LaBelle-Ehrhardt Supervisor of Officials: Greg Shepherd. Associate Commissioner for Public Relations: Doug Spencer Public Relations Director: Bill Brophy

History

The men’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association, college hockey’s most historic, tradition-rich and successful conference, proudly marks its 62nd season of competition in 2013-14. Founded in 1951 with seven original members as the Midwest Collegiate Hockey League (MCHL), on to the Western Intercollegiate Hockey League (WIHL) in 1953 and then to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) in 1959, the league has adapted and evolved on numerous occasions over its distinguished history, always with a mindset of growing the game and assisting developing programs however possible. The new-look WCHA covers a wide, diverse geographical area that includes five time zones and consists of ten quality institutions that offer the best in both educational and athletic environments in University of Alabama Huntsville, University of Alaska Anchorage, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Bemidji State University, Bowling Green State University, Ferris State University, Lake Superior State University, Michigan Technological University, Minnesota State University, Mankato and Northern Michigan University. National Championships No collegiate athletic conference – in any sport – can top the impressive list of national scale accomplishments of the WCHA. Since 1951, teams representing this Association have earned a record 37 men’s national championships and finished as the national runner-up another 27 times, the league has produced a record 16 Hobey Baker Memorial Award Winners – given annually to the top player in Division 1 college hockey and including the 2012-13 recipient in Drew LeBlanc, more than 350 All-Americans and 110 Olympians, and more than 430 players who have gone on to play in the National Hockey League. Just a few of the many professional stars who have worn WCHA-member team jerseys over the years include the likes of former greats John Mayasich, Tony Esposito, Red Berenson, Bill ‘Red’ Hay, Keith Magnuson, Glenn Anderson and Brett Hull, and current standouts like David Backes, Jonathan Toews, Zach Parise, Matt Read, Dany Heatley, Paul Stastny, Curtis Glencross, Phil Kessel and Thomas Vanek. In the most recent Olympic Winter Games held in Vancouver in 2010, 10 WCHA alums played for team USA, two played for gold medal-winning Canada and one for Finland and conference players have competed for the likes of the United States, Canada, Italy, Norway, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Finland and France in international competitions. College Hockey’s Biggest Crowds Crowds at WCHA-member games are always among the most enthusiastic in all of sports, with the league drawing in excess of 1,000,000 fans for 20 consecutive seasons through 2013. The Association’s annual playoff championship, contested since 1959, has continued to be among the most successful post-season collegiate tournaments in the country. Held for 12 consecutive seasons at Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul between 2000-2013, the WCHA Final Five has drawn 1,339,370 fans in 20 years overall for an average attendance in excess of 13,300 per game. Beginning in 2014, the WCHA will alternate its tournament championship between two of the country’s premier sports facilities in Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids and Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul. 52


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WCHA FINAL FIVE

Location: Grand Rapids, MI Arena:Van Andel Arena Home Team: Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL) Capacity: 12,000 Opened: 1996 First WCHA Champion: Denver (1959-60) Last Years Champion: Wisconsin (2012-13) Most Championship Appearances Since 1987: Minnesota (23)

Van Andel Arena, Home of the 2014 WCHA Final Five History The Van Andel Arena opened in the fall of 1996 at a cost of $76 million. The arena opened with tremendous community support of its diverse programming. After only a few months in operation, the facility was headed toward an operating surplus for its inaugural year, bolstered by a strong SMG management team, the success of numerous concerts and family shows, and its professional team tenants, the IHL (now AHL) Grand Rapids Griffins and the AFL Arena Bowl XV Champions The Grand Rapids Rampage.

The Van Andel Arena has emerged as one of Western Michigan’s primary sources for entertainment with a steady flow of big name acts, theatrical productions and home sports teams.

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2013-14 Men’s Hockey Entering your fourth season as head coach, what have you learned over the past three seasons?

CB: Changing a culture is not easy, it’s been frustrating at times but there has been some proud moments and good teaching opportunities at BGSU. Its been a full experience of highs and lows, honestly. Going into my fourth year, 85 percent of the team are guys that we recruited and came to Bowling Green with certain expectations of what they want to be. Our seniors are all guys that have been through a bunch, and we’ve been through it together. I think that for the first time we have an opportunity to truly hit the ground running when it comes to our culture and when it comes to the foundation of this program. What are your thoughts about playing in the WCHA this upcoming season? CB: We don’t know what to expect going into the year. Half the teams that played in the CCHA are moving over to the WCHA, so we know what to expect when it comes to teams like, Northern Michigan, Ferris State, and Alaska. We don’t know what it’s going to be like traveling to Mankato, Huntsville, and Anchorage. A lot of it will be us experiencing things for the first time. We are excited about the new league and about the teams playing in the conference. It’s going to be exciting going into the conference and competing at a high level.

Media Guide Who do you see as some of the dark horses in the conference?

CB: You just don’t know about any sleepers heading into the season. I look at it from my own personal opinion, as Ferris State and Mankato are the two perennials. Mankato was in the National Tournament last year and Ferris State was a Frozen Four team two years ago. We feel like the competition in the league will be strong from top to bottom. There will be competitive league games night in and night out and we are looking forward to it. You had nine newcomers last year, how do you see them developing this season with a year under their belts?

CB: We are looking for a consistent effort from those guys. When you go from freshman to sophomore year the biggest challenge is to be more consistent. We’ve got leaders in our seniors and juniors that we expect to be leaders, but that doesn’t mean those sophomores can’t be leaders as well. You look at Mark Cooper, Brent Tate, and Ben Murphy, these guys have been leaders in the past. Their focus should be themselves, their focus is consistency and to be contributing parts of this team on an every day basis. We think that this is a strong group that can do some great things.

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Briefly talk about the new guys, what are you looking forward to most about them?

be great. They have the absolute trust with everyone in this program.

CB: We expect those guys to contribute. One guy everyone wants to see is Tomas Sholl. Tomas is a guy that will be hard to miss because he will be in the net competing for minutes of playing time. We feel the other guys will be players that take us to the next step and will to be asked to contribute as well. They are guys that committed to BGSU based on a plan and a vision that we all have. The push is going to be hard but the opportunity will be there, and what they do with that opportunity will be on them. We do feel like these guys will contribute and contribute right away.

CB: Our strength is our offensive potential. We feel like we have a group of forwards that can give people fits. We feel that there is a strong mix of some experience guys and some youth that can contribute. We think collectively we can get some offense from the back end with the addition of Sean Walker. This year, creating offense is something we will be focusing on, whether it be 5-on-5 or a power play.

2012-13 captains Cam Wojtala and Ryan Carpenter return this year, do you see their leadership evolve even further for the upcoming season? CB: Absolutely. I feel like there is more in Cam (Wojtala) in terms of his game and we are looking for him to make the stride. As a leadership component, I feel like Cam is comfortable in the role. He (Cam) knows what the coaching staff expects and it’s a huge piece to our success. What I need from Ryan is to be in constant contact with Cam so the two of them are on the same page, leading this program the way I know they’re capable of leading it. We expect Ryan to make strides in his game as well, that’s the expectations as an individual. Collectively, I feel like they have to both be on the same page daily and their example

What do you feel is the team’s biggest strength?

What are three key components to make your season successful? CB: I feel like the first thing is to get off to a strong start at the beginning of the season. We have to get off to a better start unlike the previous seasons where we waited until November or December to get going. Special teams are another key component to this season. We were last in the league in components last year and we have to do better. Lastly, I feel like we must truly live the culture of BGSU hockey from player-to-player and coach-to-coach on a more consistent every day basis. Establishing your brand on a daily basis must become a living breathing thing in terms of expectations and willingness.

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WCHA OPPONENT

10/5/13 10/11/13 10/12/13 10/15/13 10/18/13 10/19/13 10/29/13 11/1/13 * 11/2/13 * 11/8/13 * 11/9/13 * 11/15/13 * 11/16/13 * 11/22/13 * 11/23/13 * 11/29/13 * 11/30/13 * 12/6/13 * 12/7/13 * 12/13/13 * 12/14/13 * 12/27/13 12/28/13 1/3/14 * 1/4/14 * 1/10/14 * 1/11/14 * 1/24/14 * 1/25/14 * 1/31/14 * 2/1/14 * 2/14/14 * 2/15/14 * 2/21/14 2/28/14 * 3/1/14 * 3/7/14 * 3/8/14 * 3/14 - 3/16/14 3/20 - 3/22/14

Wilfred Laurier (Exh.) Union College Union College Ohio State University Colgate University Colgate University Ohio State University University of Alaska Anchorage University of Alaska Anchorage Minnesota State University - Mankato Minnesota State University - Mankato Ferris State University Ferris State University Minnesota State University - Mankato Minnesota State University - Mankato Lake Superior State University Lake Superior State University The University of Alabama in Huntsville The University of Alabama in Huntsville Michigan Technological University Michigan Technological University Boston College *Three Rivers Classic Vs. Penn State/Robert Morris *Three Rivers Classic The University of Alabama in Huntsville The University of Alabama in Huntsville University of Alaska Fairbanks University of Alaska Fairbanks Lake Superior State University Lake Superior State University Michigan Technological University Michigan Technological University University of Alaska Anchorage University of Alaska Anchorage U.S. National Development Team (Exh.) Northern Michigan University Northern Michigan University Bemidji State University Bemidji State University WCHA First Round WCHA Final Five

LOCATION

TIME

Pittsburgh, PA

4:35 p.m./7:35 p.m.

Huntsville, AL Huntsville, AL Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Anchorage, AK Anchorage, AK Bowling Green, Ohio Marquette, MI Marquette, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Campus Sites Grand Rapids, MI

7:07 p.m. (CT) 7:07 p.m. (CT) 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 11:07 p.m 11:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. TBD TBD

Bowling Green, Ohio Schenectady, NY Schenectady, NY Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Mankato, MN Mankato, MN Big Rapids, MI Big Rapids, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Saut. Ste. Marie, MI Saut. Ste. Marie, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Houghton, MI Houghton, MI Pittsburgh, PA

7:37 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:37 p.m. (CT) 7:37 p.m. (CT) 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 4:35 p.m.

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Wilfrid Laurier University

Head Coach: Greg Puhalski (4th season) Assistant Coaches: Graeme Swan, Scott McMillan Athletic Trainer: Jen Childs DATE PLACE TIME Equipment Manager: Brian Johnson 10/5/13 Bowling Green, Ohio 7:37 p.m. SID: Jamie Howieson Phone: 519-884-0710 x3492 Fax: 519-884-0203 Email: jhowieson@wlu.ca Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Waterloo, ON, Canada Enrollment: 17,500 Nickname: Golden Hawks Founded: 1911 Head Coach & Hockey Operations Colors: Purple and Gold Greg Puhalski President: Dr. Max Blouw Home Arena: Sun Life Financial Arena, Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex Capacity: 3,500 Athletic Website: www.laurierathletics.com

Union College

Head Coach Rick Bennett

Head Coach: Rick Bennett Assistant Coaches: Joe Dumais and Jason Tapp Athletic Trainer: Cheryl Rockwood Equipment Manager: Dave Baglio SID: Eric McDowell Phone: 518-727-8328 DATE Fax: 518-388-6096 10/11/13 Email: weinstej@union.edu 10/12/13 Press Box Phone: 518-388-8726 Location: Schenectady, NY Enrollment: 2,200 Nickname: Dutchmen Founded: 1795 Colors: Garnet and White President: Stephen C. Ainlay Home Arena: Messa Rink Capacity: 2,054 Athletic Website: UnionAthletics.com

PLACE

Schenectady, NY Schenectady, NY

TIME

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Ohio State University

Head Coach Steve Rohlik

Head Coach: Steve Rohlik Assistant Coaches: Brett Larson and Joe Exter Athletic Trainer: Jeff Deits Equipment Manager: Tim Adams DATE SID: Leann Parker 10/15/13 Phone: 614-688-0294 10/29/13 Fax: 614-292-8547 Email: parker.387@osu.edu Press Box Phone: 614-688-5330 Location: Columbus, Ohio Enrollment: 56,867 Nickname: Buckeyes Founded: 1870 Colors: Scarlet and Gray Interim President: Joseph A. Alutto Home Arena: Value City Arena Capacity: 17,500 Athletic Website: www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com

PLACE

Bowling Green, Ohio Columbus, Ohio

TIME

7:07 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Colgate College

Head Coach Don Vaughan

Head Coach: Don Vaughan Assistant Coaches: Brad Dexter, Jason Lefevre Athletic Trainer: Steve Chouinard Equipment Manager: Tim Tickle DATE 10/18/13 SID: Matt Faulkner 10/19/13 Phone: 315-228-7860 Fax: N/A Email: mfaulkner@colgate.edu Press Box Phone: 315-228-6820 Location: Hamilton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,800 Nickname: Raiders Founded: 1819 Colors: Maroon and White President: Jeffrey Herbst Home Arena: Starr Rink Capacity: 2,246 Athletic Website: www.gocolgateraiders.com

PLACE

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

TIME

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University of Alaska Anchorage

Head Coach Matt Thomas

Head Coach: Matt Thomas Assistant Coaches: T.J. Jindra and Josh Ciocco Athletic Trainer:Kevin Lechtenberg Equipment Manager: Patrick Robertson DATE SID: Dallas Baldwin 11/1/13 Phone: 907-786 -4625 11/2/13 2/14/14 Fax: 907-563-4565 2/15/14 Email: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Anchorage, AK 99508 Enrollment: 20,634 Nickname: Seawolves Founded: 1977 Colors: Green and Gold Chancellor: Tom Case Home Arena: Sullivan Arena Capacity: 6,251 Athletic Website: GoSeawolves.com

PLACE

TIME

Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Anchorage, AK 7:07 p.m. (AT) Anchorage, AK 7:07 p.m. (AT)

Minnesota State University - Mankato

Head Coach Mike Hastings

Head Coach: Mike Hastings Assistant Coaches: Darren Blue and Todd Knott Athletic Trainer: Sara Downey Equipment Manager: Scott Rideout DATE 11/8/13 SID: Paul Allan 11/9/13 Phone: 507-389-26-25 11/22/13 11/23/13 Fax: N/A Email: paul.allan@mnsu.edu Press Box Phone: 507-389-3000 Location: Mankato, Minn. Enrollment: 15,709 Nickname: Mavericks Founded: 1868 Colors: Purple and Gold President: Dr. Richard Davenport Home Arena: Verizon Wireless Center Capacity: 4,832 Athletic Website: www.msumavericks.com

PLACE

TIME

Mankato, MN 7:37 p.m. (CT) Mankato, MN 7:07 p.m. (CT) Bowling Greem, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m.

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Ferris State University Head Coach: Bob Daniels Assistant Coaches: Drew Famulak, Mark Kaufman, Dave Cencer Athletic Trainer: Tim Glover Equipment Manager: Ben Mumah DATE 11/15/13 SID: Rob Bentley 11/16/13 Phone: (231) 349-1934 Fax: (231) 591-3775 Email: bentleyr@ferris.edu Press Box Phone: (231) 591-2397 Location: Big Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 14,560 Nickname: Bulldogs Founded: 1884 Colors: Crimson and Gold Head Coach President: Dr. David L. Eisler Bob Daniels Home Arena: Ewigleben Ice Arena Capacity: 2,490 Athletic Website: FerrisStateBulldogs.com

PLACE

Big Rapids, MI Big Rapids, MI

TIME

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

Lake Superior State University

Head Coach Jim Roque

Head Coach: Jim Roque Assistant Coaches: Tim Christian and Doug Laprade Athletic Trainer: Matt McKelvey Equipment Manager: Paul Prucha SID: Dianna Allen DATE 11/29/13 Phone: 906-635-2602 11/30/13 Fax: 906-635-2753 1/24/14 1/25/14 Email: dallen@lssu.edu Press Box Phone: 906-635-7501 Location: Sault Ste. Marie, MI Enrollment: 3,000 Nickname: Lakers Founded: 1946 Colors: Royal Blue and Gold President: Tony McLain Ph.D. Home Arena: Taffy Abel Arena Capacity: 4,000 Athletic Website: www.lssulakers.com

PLACE

Sault. Ste. Marie, MI Sault. Ste. Marie, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

TIME

7:37 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

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The University of Alabama in Huntsville

Head Coach Mike Corbett

Head Coach: Mike Corbett Assistant Coaches: Gavin Morgan and Matty Thomas Athletic Trainer: Jeff Kinard Equipment Manager: J. Hagwell DATE 12/6/13 SID: Joey Daniels 12/7/13 1/3/14 Phone: 256-824-2201 1/4/14 Fax: 256-824-6947 Email: joseph.daniels@uah.edu Press Box Phone: 256-517-5157 Location: Huntsville, Alabama Enrollment: 7,629 Nickname: Chargers Founded: 1969 Colors: Royal Blue and White President: Dr. Robert A. Altenkirch Home Arena: Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center Capacity: 6,800 Athletic Website: www.uahchargers.com

PLACE

TIME

Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Huntsville, AL 7:07 p.m. (CT) Huntsville, AL 7:07 p.m. (CT)

Michigan Technological University

Head Coach Mel Pearson

Head Coach: Mel Pearson Assistant Coaches: Bill Muckalt, Damon Whitten Athletic Trainer: Brian Brewster Equipment Manager: Roy Britz SID: Wes Frahm DATE 12/13/13 Phone: 906-487-2350 12/14/13 Fax: 906-487-1810 1/31/14 2/1/14 Email: wfrahm@mtu.edu Press Box Phone: 906-487-2337 Location: Houghton, MI 49931 Enrollment: 7,031 Nickname: Huskies Founded: 1885 Colors: Black, Gold and Silver President: Glenn Mroz Home Arena: John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena Capacity: 4,466 Athletic Website: MichiganTechHuskies.com

PLACE

Houghton, MI Houghton, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

TIME

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

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Boston College

Head Coach Jerry York

Head Coach: Jerry York Assistant Coaches: Greg Brown and Mike Ayers Athletic Trainer: Bert Leaz Equipment Manager: N/A DATE SID: Tim Clark 12/27/13 Phone: 617-552-8841 Fax: N/A Email: timothy.clark@bc.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. Enrollment: 14,460 Nickname: Eagles Founded: 1863 Colors: Maroon and Gold President: Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Home Arena: Kelly Rink Capacity: 7,884 Athletic Website: www.bceagles.com

PLACE

Pittsburgh, PA * Three Rivers Classic

TIME

4:35 p.m.

Penn State University

Head Coach Guy Gadowsky

Head Coach: Guy Gadowsky Assistant Coaches: Keith Fisher, Matt Lindsay Athletic Trainer: Justin Rogers Equipment Manager: Adam Sheehan SID: Matt Caracappa DATE 12/28/13 Phone: 814-865-1757 Fax: 814-863-3165 Email: mnc5000@psu.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: University Park, Pa. Enrollment: 45,351 Nickname: Nittany Lions Founded: 1855 Colors: Blue and White President: Dr. Rodney Erickson Home Arena: Pegula Ice Arena Capacity: 6,000 Athletic Website: GoPSUsports.com

PLACE

Pittsburgh, PA *Three Rivers Classic

TIME TBA

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Robert Morris

Head Coach Derek Schooley

Head Coach: Derek Schooley Assistant Coaches: Mark Workman, Matt Nicholson Athletic Trainer: Erica Gadelmayer Equipment Manager: Regis Jernstrom DATE SID: Michael Wagner 12/28/13 Phone: 412-397-4953 Fax: 412-397-4992 Email: sidga01@rmu.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Moon Township, Pa. Enrollment: 5,000 Nickname: Colonials Founded: 1921 Colors: Blue and White with Red President: Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. Home Arena: 84 Lumber Arena Capacity: 1,100 Athletic Website: www.rmucolonials.com

PLACE

Pittsburgh, PA * Three Rivers Classic

TIME TBA

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Head Coach Dallas Ferguson

Head Coach:Dallas Ferguson Assistant Coaches: Lance West and Corbin Schmidt Athletic Trainer: Mike Curtin Equipment Manager: Scott Eastman SID: Chris Brooks DATE 1/10/14 Phone: 907-474-6807 1/11/14 Fax: N/A Email: cpbrooks@alaska.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Fairbanks, AL Enrollment: 11,149 Nickname: Nanooks Founded: 1917 Colors: Blue and Gold President: Patrick Gamble

PLACE

TIME

Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m. Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m.

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U.S. NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT TEAM Head Coach: Danton Cole Assistant Coaches: John Gruden and Daniel Naurato Athletic Trainer: Jason Hodges Equipment Manager: Brock Bradley DATE 2/21/14 SID: Jake Wesolek Phone: 734-327-9251 ext. 317 Fax: 734-327-9256 Email: N/A Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Ann Arbor, MI Enrollment: 1,650 Nickname: N/A Founded: 1996 Colors: Red, White and Blue President: Ron DeGregorio Head Coach Home Arena: Ann Arbor Ice Cube Danton Cole Capacity: 1,000 Athletic Website: www.usantdp.com

PLACE

TIME

Bowling Green, Ohio 7:07 p.m.

NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

Head Coach Walt Kyle

Head Coach: Walt Kyle Assistant Coaches: John Kyle and Joe Shawhan Athletic Trainer: Kris Rowe Equipment Manager: N/A SID: Calvin Larson DATE Phone: 906-227-1917 2/28/14 3/1/14 Fax: N/A Email: calarson@nmu.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Marquette, MI Enrollment: 9,700 Nickname: Wildcats Founded: 1899 Colors: Green and Gold President: David Haynes Home Arena: Berry Events Center Capacity: 3,800 Athletic Website: www.nmuwildcats.com

PLACE

Marquette, MI Marquette, MI

TIME

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

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BEMIDJI STATE UNIVERSITY

Head Coach Tom Serratore

Head Coach: Tom Serratore Assistant Coaches: Bert Gilling and Ted Belisle Athletic Trainer: Bill Crews Equipment Manager: Toby Palmiscno DATE 3/7/14 SID: Brad Folkestad 3/8/14 Phone: 218-755-4603 Fax: 218-755-3898 Email: bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Press Box Phone: N/A Location: Bemidji, Minn. Enrollment: 5,361 Nickname: Beavers Founded: 1919 Colors: Green and White President: Dr. Rick Goeb Home Arena: Sanford Arena Capacity: 4,373 Athletic Website: www.bsubeavers.com

PLACE

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

TIME

7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

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CCHA

10/6/12 10/7/12 10/12/12 10/13/12 10/19/12 10/20/12 10/26/12 * 10/27/12 * 11/2/12 * 11/3/12 * 11/9/12 * 11/10/12 * 11/16/12 * 11/17/12 * 11/21/12 * 12/7/12 * 12/8/12 * 12/15/12 * 12/29/12 1/5/13 1/6/13 1/8/13 * 1/15/13 * 1/18/13 * 1/19/13 * 1/25/13 * 1/26/13 * 2/1/13 * 2/2/13 * 2/8/13 * 2/9/13 * 2/15/13 * 2/16/13 * 2/22/13 * 2/23/13 * 3/1/13 * 3/2/13 * 3/8/13 3/9/13 3/10/13 3/15/13 3/16/13

2012-13 SEASON SCHEDULE

OPPONENT

Niagara University Ontario Institute of Technology (Exh.) Union College Union College Colgate University Colgate University Ohio State University Ohio State University Michigan State University Michigan State University Western Michigan University Western Michigan University Ferris State University Ferris State University University of Michigan University of Alaska Fairbanks University of Alaska Fairbanks University of Notre Dame Niagara University Canisius College Canisius College University of Michigan University of Notre Dame Western Michigan University Western Michigan University Miami University (OH) Miami University (OH) Lake Superior State University Lake Superior State University Michigan State University Michigan State University Ferris State University Ferris State University Northern Michigan University Northern Michigan University University of Notre Dame University of Notre Dame Lake Superior State University * CCHA First Round Lake Superior State University * CCHA First Round Lake Superior State University * CCHA First Round University of Notre Dame * CCHA Second Round University of Notre Dame * CCHA Second Round

LOCATION

RESULT

Niagara Falls, NY Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green. Ohio Hamilton, NY Hamilton, NY Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio East Lansing, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Kalamazoo, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Ann Arbor, MI Fairbanks, AK Fairbanks, AK Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Buffalo, NY Buffalo, NY Ann Arbor, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Kalamazoo, MI Oxford, OH Oxford, OH Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio East Lansing, MI Big Rapids, MI Big Rapids, MI Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio South Bend, IND. South Bend, IND. Sault Ste. Marie, MI

T, 2-2 W, 9-1 L, 3-5 L, 1-4 W, 3-1 L, 2-4 L, 0-1 T, 3-3 W, 1-0 L, 1-6 L, 1-3 T, 2-2 L, 3-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-3 W, 3-2 T, 3-3 L,1-4 W, 3-0 T, 2-2 W, 3-2 W, 5-1 W, 4-2 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-2 L, 1-3 W, 4-1 W, 7-3 W, 2-1 L, 1-3 W, 2-1 (OT) L, 3-4 L, 2-5 W, 5-3 L, 3-4 L, 1-4 L, 0-2

Sault Ste. Marie, MI

W, 6-3

Sault Ste. Marie, MI

W, 7-0

South Bend, IND.

L, 0-1

South Bend, IND.

L, 3-4

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DATE

PLACE

10/6/12 12/29/12

Niagara Falls, NY Bowling Green, Ohio

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Niagara (Oct 06, 2012 at Niagara Univ., N.Y.)

4,28,22,11,17 21,15,27,28,17 22,13,10,28,15 16,8,12,17,21

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 8 10 11 13 14 15 17 18 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 T 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 1 2 2 +1 0 1 0 5 -2 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 -2 0 0 2 3 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 2 4 6 36 -5

Bl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 21

# 2 5 8 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 T 30 31

Niagara Ryan, Kevin Williams, Matt Zanette, Marc Kolenda, Dan Murphy, Ryan Chartrain, C.J. Divjak, Patrick Lochner, Chris Albers, Kevin Alfieri, Sam Iuorio, Giancarlo Benedict, Michae Chartrain, Matt Dineen, Matt Gruttadauria, Ro Kohls, Isaac Weiss, Dan Rashid, Ryan TEAM Campbell, Cody Drost, Colby Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 2 1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 +1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 +2 0 0 2 3 -1 1 0 0 1 +1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 +1 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 4 2 -1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 14 30 +5

Bl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 18

Goals by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 0 1 1 0 2 NIA 0 1 1 0 2

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 07:01 BGSU PP Williamson, Bryce/4

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 10 15 6 5 36 NIA 10 9 11 0 30

3. 3rd 18:07 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon/3

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU NIA 1st 0-1 (1) 0-1 (1) 2nd 1-3 (8) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-2 (1) 0-0 (0) OT 0-1 (4) 0-1 (0) Total 1-7 (14) 0-3 (1) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU NIA 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 1-2 4-8 3rd 1-2 1-2 OT 0-0 1-2 Total 3-6 7-14 Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None Officials: Referee:Steve Marofsky Referee:James Troup Linesman:Adam Bell, Carissimo Linesman:Bob Ortt Goal judge:Earl Letherland Scorer:Michelle Kokot

Dec

1 Hammond, Andrew

Min GA 1 2 3 OT Saves T 65:00 2 10 8 10 0 28

Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Team MinOffense NIA 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.Hooking BGSU 2.Elbowing NIA 2.Slashing NIA 2.Tripping

2. 3rd 16:56 BGSU PP Wojtala, Camden/5

## Niagara

Dec

Min GA 1 2 3 OT Saves T 65:00 2 10 14 5 5 34

1 Chubak, Carsen

Niagara Ryan, Kevin Beattie, Jason Williams, Matt Zanette, Marc Kolenda, Dan Murphy, Ryan Chartrain, C.J. Hannan, Jeff Divjak, Patrick Lochner, Chris Albers, Kevin Turcotte, Hugo Iuorio, Giancarlo Chartrain, Matt Gruttadauria, Ro Kohls, Isaac Weiss, Dan Rashid, Ryan Campbell, Cody Totals

Time 15:08 16:58 02:00 09:32 15:47

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd OT

Vis. on ice Home on ice 21,8,2,12 12,25,4,14,22 12,15,2,11

14,4,12,25,15

28,29,27,19 25,22,15,13,8

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 5 -1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 -1 0 0 2 -1 0 0 4 -1 dnp 0 0 22 38 -4

Bl 2 3 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 16

# 2 3 4 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 24 25 26 27 28 30 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot NIA 0 0 0 0 BGSU 1 0 2 3

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot NIA 15 11 12 38 BGSU 11 15 17 43

Team

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 +1 1 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 6 +1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 3 +1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 3 6 6 43 +5

Bl 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 9

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd NIA BGSU 1st 0-1 (3) 1-1 (1) 2nd 0-1 (0) 0-2 (4) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-2 (8) Total 0-2 (3) 2-5 (13) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd NIA BGSU 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 4-16 1-2 Total 7-22 3-6 Three stars: 1. Hammond, Andrew 2. Mingo, Dajon 3. Sullivan, Mike Officials: Referee:Kevin Hall Referee:Rodney Tocco Linesman:Andrew Soper Linesman:Patrick Bracco

GOALTENDERS Niagara 1 Chubak, Carsen EMPTY NET

Dec

L

Min GA 59:44 0:16

1 2 3 Saves

3 10 15 15 0 0 0 0

40 0

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W ##

Min GA 60:00

1 2 3 Saves

0 15 11 12

38

PENALTY SUMMARY

PENALTY SUMMARY Player Kohls, Isaac Murphy, Ben DeSalvo, Dan Iuorio, Giancarlo Weiss, Dan

Assists Mingo, Dajon/7 Sullivan, Mike/8 Sullivan, Mike/9 Williamson, Bryce/2 Carpenter, Ryan/6 Perrier, Marcus/3

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 5 8 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 19 21 23 26 27 28 29 30

##

GOALTENDERS ## Bowling Green

T, 2-2 W, 3-0

Niagara (10-3-4, 9-0-1) vs. Bowling Green (4-10-4, 2-7-3-1) Date: Dec 29, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 1823 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:30 • Total time: 2:25

Vis. on ice Home on ice 15,2,25,22,13 26,22,23,2,12 4,14,22,25,13 16,12,29,2

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #17 Niagara vs Bowling Green (Dec 29, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Bowling Green (0-0-1) vs. Niagara (0-0-1) Date: Oct 06, 2012 • Location: Niagara Univ., N.Y. • Arena: Dwyer Arena Attendance: 1066 • Start time: 4:00 PM • End time: 6:20 • Total time: 2:20 Prd Time Team Scored by Assists 1. 2nd 15:07 NIA EV Gruttadauria, Rocky/1 Ryan, Kevin Chartrain, Matt 2. 2nd 16:50 BGSU PP Wojtala, Camden/1 Berkle, Adam Mingo, Dajon 3. 3rd 16:19 BGSU EV Shea, Bobby/1 DeSalvo, Dan Carpenter, Ryan 4. 3rd 19:10 NIA EV Lochner, Chris/1 Albers, Kevin Zanette, Marc

TIME

4:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Player Ryan, Kevin Divjak, Patrick Gruttadauria, Rocky Perrier, Marcus Weiss, Dan

Team NIA NIA NIA BGSU NIA

MiOffense 2.Hooking 2.Boarding 2.Hooking 2.Checking 2.Hooking

Bowling Green-Hammond, Andrew (0-0-1). Niagara-Chubak, Carsen (0-0-1). Referee's signature

Time 18:28 19:13 08:47 19:10 01:37

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Mingo, Dajon Kolenda, Dan Gruttadauria, Rocky Sullivan, Mike Beattie, Jason

Team MinOffense Time BGSU 2.Charging 01:23 NIA 2.Checking From Behin 06:37 NIA 2.Cross-Checking 06:59 BGSU 2.High Sticking 11:31 NIA 2.High Sticking 12:01

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Lochner, Chris Turcotte, Hugo Divjak, Patrick Albers, Kevin Cooper, Mark

Team MiOffense Time NIA 2.Interference 07:25 PP NIA 2.High Sticking 15:11 PP NIA 10.10-Minute Miscondu 16:56 NIA 2.Boarding 19:47 BGSU 2.Roughing Atw 19:47

Win-Hammond, Andrew (3-7-2). Loss-Chubak, Carsen (10-2-4). Referee's signature

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Union -Results

DATE

PLACE

10/12/12 10/13/12

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 UNION vs Bowling Green (Oct 12, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Vis. on ice Home on ice 18,16,28,9,22 13,22,3,25,4

2.

9,7,22,16,28 22,25,13,4,28

4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

24,18,9,8,7 13,22,28,15 7,22,24,18,9 27,11,5,15 24,22,9,18,7 27,11,3,8 12,21,28,22 13,25,22,14,4 22,12,21,28 22,11,4,15,17 12,14,20,21 26,11,12,17,15

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 7 8 9 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 28 30

UNION Forgaard, Ryan Jooris, Josh Cruice, Nick Carr, Daniel Bodie, Kyle Gostisbehere, Sh Hatch, Matt Sullivan, Kevin Ciampini, Daniel Novak, Max Wilkins, Matt Coburn, Greg Simpson, Wayne Bodie, Mat Ikkala, Cole Gingras, Sebasti Roy, David Stuart, Shawn Stevens, Colin Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 -2 1 1 4 1 +2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 +2 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 5 8 12 24 -2

# 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 30 31

Bl 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 2 2 12

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

A Pi Sh +/1 0 2 +1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 -1 1 0 4 0 0 0 3 +1 0 0 3 -1 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 3 0 1 0 5 +1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 +1 dnp dnp 3 6 8 28 0

Bl 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot UNIO 2 1 2 5 BGSU 2 0 1 3

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UNIO 12 5 7 24 BGSU 11 7 10 28

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UNION BGSU 1st 2-2 (3) 0-1 (2) 2nd 1-1 (1) 0-1 (3) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-3 (5) Total 3-3 (4) 1-5 (10) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UNION BGSU 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 2-4 2-4 3rd 3-6 0-0 Total 6-12 4-8 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. Gingras, Sebastien 3. Grosenick, Troy Officials: Referee:Bradley Albers Referee:Kevin Hall Linesman:Bruce Vida Linesman:Tony Molina

UNION 1 Grosenick, Troy

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

3

1

2

3 Saves

9 7 9

25

Player Bodie, Mat Hafner, Rusty Mohler, Brett Hatch, Matt Shea, Bobby

Team MinOffense Union 2.Kneeing BGSU 2.Boarding BGSU 2.High Sticking Union 2.Roughing BGSU 2.Tripping

Time 06:18 14:29 15:39 05:52 12:29

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET ##

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player DeSalvo, Dan Bodie, Kyle Coburn, Greg Bodie, Kyle Roy, David

UNION Forgaard, Ryan Jooris, Josh Carr, Daniel Coatta, Sam Bodie, Kyle Gostisbehere, Sh Hatch, Matt Sullivan, Kevin Ciampini, Daniel Novak, Max Wilkins, Matt Coburn, Greg Simpson, Wayne Bodie, Mat Ikkala, Cole Gingras, Sebasti Roy, David Stuart, Shawn Stevens, Colin Totals

UNION 1 Grosenick, Troy Min GA 57:58 2:02

1

2

3 Saves

5 10 4 5 0 0 0 0

Team BGSU Union Union Union Union

MiOffense 2.Roughing 2.Holding 2.High Sticking 2.Cross-Checking 2.Boarding

28,27,15 22,13,28,4 25,13,14,22,4

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 3 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 +1 2 1 0 6 +2 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 3 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 +2 1 0 0 6 +1 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 4 7 16 30 +1

Bl 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1

# 2 3 4 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 21 22 25 26 27 28 30 31

12

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 3 -2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 2 2 -1 0 1 2 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 -1 1 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 dnp dnp 1 2 18 22 -10

Bl 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot UNIO 2 1 1 4 BGSU 0 0 1 1

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UNIO 8 14 8 30 BGSU 4 7 11 22

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UNION BGSU 1st 0-1 (1) 0-1 (1) 2nd 1-4 (8) 0-1 (4) 3rd 1-1 (1) 1-3 (3) Total 2-6 (10) 1-5 (8) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UNION BGSU 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 3-6 5-10 3rd 4-8 2-4 Total 8-16 9-18 Three stars: 1. Gostisbehere, Shayne 2. Mingo, Dajon 3. Grosenick, Troy Officials: Referee:Bradley Albers Referee:Kevin Hall Linesman:Bruce Vida Linesman:Tony Molina

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Time 15:55 15:55 06:11 PP 09:17 PP 12:29 PP

19 0

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1

2

3 Saves

4 7 10

21

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L ##

Min GA 60:00

4

1

2

3 Saves

6 13 7

26

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Wojtala, Camden Wilkins, Matt Kucera, Connor DeSalvo, Dan Forgaard, Ryan Bodie, Mat Mingo, Dajon Shea, Bobby Carr, Daniel

Team MinOffense Time BGSU 2.Cross-Checking 06:46 Union 2.Goaltender Interferen15:24 BGSU 2.Cross-Checking 19:52 BGSU 2.Interference 01:15 Union 2.Roughing 05:04 Union 2.Unsportsmanlike Con 06:04 BGSU 2.Unsportsmanlike Con 06:04 BGSU 2.Roughing 08:02 Union 2.Roughing Atw 10:00

PP PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Berkle, Adam Rodriguez, Marc Roy, David Peltoma, Ryan Ciampini, Daniel Sullivan, Mike Ikkala, Cole Ikkala, Cole

Team BGSU BGSU Union BGSU Union BGSU Union Union

MiOffense Time 2.Grasping The Facem10:00 2.Kneeing 10:14 2.Charging 02:37 2.Roughing 06:40 2.Slashing 09:00 2.Roughing 19:40 2.Roughing 19:40 2.Slashing 19:40

PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Grosenick, Troy (2-1-0). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (0-2-1).

Win-Grosenick, Troy (1-1-0). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (0-1-1). Referee's signature

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Home on ice 2,22,13,15,25 15,2,14,12,11

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 28 30

##

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Prd Time Team Scored by Assists Vis. on ice 1. 1st 02:54 UNIO EV Gostisbehere, Shayne Novak, Max/2 14,18,9,16,20 2. 1st 18:56 UNIO EV Simpson, Wayne/1 Hatch, Matt/1 21,15,14,12,20 Gostisbehere, Shayn 3. 2nd 01:22 UNIO PP Gostisbehere, Shayne Bodie, Mat/3 14,22,12,9,21 Bodie, Kyle/2 4. 3rd 07:37 UNIO PP Carr, Daniel/1 Novak, Max/3 9,18,7,14,24 Jooris, Josh/1 5. 3rd 09:22 BGSU PP Mingo, Dajon/1 Berkle, Adam/2 12,18,22,21 Wojtala, Camden/1

GOALTENDERS 9

GOALTENDERS ##

L, 3-5 L, 1-4

UNION (2-1-0, 0-0-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (0-2-1, 0-0-0-0) Date: Oct 13, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2242 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:25 • Total time: 2:20

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 03:16 BGSU EV Berkle, Adam/1

3.

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 UNION vs Bowling Green (Oct 13, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

UNION (1-1-0, 0-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (0-1-1, 0-0-0-0) Date: Oct 12, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2205 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:28 • Total time: 2:23 Assists Carpenter, Ryan/2 Kucera, Connor/1 1st 06:18 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/1 Mingo, Dajon/2 Sullivan, Mike/1 1st 15:02 UNIO PP Gingras, Sebastien/1 Novak, Max/1 Carr, Daniel/2 1st 16:48 UNIO PP Jooris, Josh/1 Bodie, Mat/1 2nd 12:46 UNIO PP Gingras, Sebastien/2 Bodie, Mat/3 Carr, Daniel/3 3rd 06:22 UNIO SH Bodie, Kyle/1 Simpson, Wayne/1 3rd 07:21 UNIO SH Bodie, Mat/2 Bodie, Kyle/1 Simpson, Wayne/1 3rd 14:00 BGSU PP Cooper, Mark/1 DeSalvo, Dan/1 Williamson, Bryce/1

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

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Colgate - Results DATE

PLACE

10/19/12 10/20/12

TIME

Hamilton, NY Hamilton, NY

Bowling Green (1-3-1) vs. Colgate (2-3-0) Date: Oct 20, 2012 • Location: Hamilton, N.Y. • Arena: Starr Rink Attendance: 968 • Start time: 7:00 pm • End time: 9:02 • Total time: 2:02

Bowling Green (1-2-1) vs. Colgate (1-3-0) Date: Oct 19, 2012 • Location: Hamilton, N.Y. • Arena: Starr Rink Attendance: 865 • Start time: 7:00 pm • End time: 9:08 pm • Total time: 2:08 Assists Berkle, Adam Wallace, Andrew Mingo, Dajon Sullivan, Mike Gentzler, Daniel Sinz, Nathan -

2. 2nd 01:18 BGSU EV Wojtala, Camden 3. 3rd 16:53 COLG EV Price, Jeremy 4. 3rd 17:50 BGSU EV Shea, Bobby

Vis. on ice Home on ice 25,13,27,8,15 10,19,20,7,24 14,25,4,12,8 12,17,18,4,20 13,25,22,15,8 20,13,14,24,15 28,10,11,22,3 6,7,10,19,23

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 T

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3

A Pi Sh +/0 2 3 +1 1 2 0 +1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 1 +1 0 2 1 +1 0 0 4 +1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 +1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 2 1 +1 0 0 0 0 4 12 22 +1

Bl 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 4 17

# 3 4 6 7 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 27 29 38

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 0 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 4 1 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 2 -2 1 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 dnp dnp 1 2 10 25 -10

Colgate Corcoran, Brend Lough, Kevin Goulakos, Spiro Rivellini, Billy Long, Christian Baun, Kyle Gentzler, Daniel Lidgett, John Murphy, Darcy Bartliff, Kurtis Bourdon, Robbie Spink, Tylor McCann, Mike Price, Jeremy Borkowski, Mike Johnston, Ryan Sinz, Nathan Wilson, Joe Larkin, Thomas Mihalik, Eric Estep, Steve Totals

Bl 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 1 1 3 COLG 0 0 1 1

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 11:07 COLG EV Spink, Tylor 2. 1st 14:43 COLG SH Baun, Kyle

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 9 7 6 22 COLG 6 9 10 25

4. 2nd 11:26 BGSU EV Cooper, Mark 5. 2nd 18:33 COLG EV Murphy, Darcy

Team

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew 31 Burke, Tommy W

Min GA 0:29 59:31

0 1

1 2 3 Saves

0 0 0 6 9 9

0 24

Colgate 31 Finney, Spencer EMPTY NET ##

Dec

6. 2nd 19:16 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU COLGATE 1st 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-2 (2) 0-2 (1) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-3 (4) Total 0-4 (5) 0-5 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU COLGATE 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 1-2 2-4 3rd 4-8 2-4 Total 6-12 5-10 Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None Officials: Referee:Kyle Allen Referee:Peter Feola Linesman:Will O'Malley Linesman:Dan Murphy

L

Min GA 59:48 0:12

3 0

8 6 5 0 0 0

Player Bartliff, Kurtis Hafner, Rusty Gentzler, Daniel Gentzler, Daniel Carpenter, Ryan Sullivan, Mike

Team MinOffense Colgat 2.Hooking BGSU 2.Tripping Colgat 2.Boarding Colgat 2.Interference BGSU 2.Hooking BGSU 2.High Sticking

Time 06:55 18:18 02:16 16:10 16:55 01:56

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player DeSalvo, Dan Shea, Bobby Larkin, Thomas Kucera, Connor Rivellini, Billy

Team BGSU BGSU Colgat BGSU Colgat

MiOffense 2.Holding 2.Tripping 2.Slashing 2.Roughing 2.Boarding

Win-Burke, Tommy (1-0-0). Loss-Finney, Spencer (0-1-0).

Time 07:33 PP 09:32 PP 10:03 10:03 12:03 PP

19 0

Vis. on ice Home on ice 24,14,12,3,28 18,23,8,12,6 17,12,11,26,15 12,25,20,27 17,8,11,15,26 8,12,18,23,6 26,11,27,15,8 6,14,16,23,25 28,17,14,3,26 15,14,20,17,24 22,5,25,11,4 6,8,12,18,27

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 24 25 26 27 28 T 1

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Hammond, Andr Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 -2 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 -3 1 0 2 1 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 +1 1 0 0 4 -2 0 0 2 2 +1 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 2 0 0 dnp 2 3 6 22 -10

Bl 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 16

# 4 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 27 T 31 38

Colgate Lough, Kevin Goulakos, Spiro Rivellini, Billy Spink, Tyson Baun, Kyle Gentzler, Daniel Lidgett, John Murphy, Darcy Bartliff, Kurtis Bourdon, Robbie Spink, Tylor McCann, Mike Price, Jeremy Borkowski, Mike Johnston, Ryan Sinz, Nathan Wilson, Joe Larkin, Thomas TEAM Finney, Spencer Estep, Steve Totals

1 2 3 Saves

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd

Assists Johnston, Ryan Wilson, Joe Larkin, Thomas Baun, Kyle Spink, Tylor DeSalvo, Dan Lidgett, John Price, Jeremy DeSalvo, Dan Sullivan, Mike

3. 1st 16:52 COLG EV Spink, Tyson

GOALTENDERS ##

W, 3-1 L, 2-4

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Colgate (Oct 20, 2012 at Hamilton, N.Y.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Colgate (Oct 19, 2012 at Hamilton, N.Y.)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 02:43 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon

RESULT

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 +1 1 1 2 3 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 1 +1 1 1 0 3 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 +2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 3 +1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 4 7 10 27 +9

Bl 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 0 2 0 2 COLG 3 1 0 4

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 11 6 5 22 COLG 9 8 10 27

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU COLGATE 1st 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-2 (0) 0-1 (1) 3rd 0-2 (0) 0-2 (3) Total 0-5 (0) 0-3 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU COLGATE 1st 0-0 1-2 2nd 1-2 2-4 3rd 2-4 2-4 Total 3-6 5-10 Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None Officials: Referee:Peter Feola Referee:Chris Ciamaga Linesman:Kyle Allen Linesman:Michael Cook

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GOALTENDERS Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min GA 58:35 1:25

4 0

1 2 3 Saves

6 7 10 0 0 0

23 0

Colgate 29 Mihalik, Eric ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1 2 3 Saves

2 11 4 5

20

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Johnston, Ryan Goulakos, Spiro TEAM Baun, Kyle

Team MinOffense Colgat 2.Roughing Colgat 2.Cth Elbowing BGSU 2.Too Many Players On Colgat 2.Slashing

Time 14:07 04:52 08:47 13:23

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Wallace, Andrew Larkin, Thomas Carpenter, Ryan Larkin, Thomas

Team BGSU Colgat BGSU Colgat

MiOffense 2.Charging 2.High Sticking 2.Hooking 2.Roughing

Time 03:57 06:25 12:12 17:23

PP PP PP PP

Win-Mihalik, Eric (2-2-0). Loss-Burke, Tommy (1-1-0).

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Ohio State - Results

DATE

PLACE

10/26/12 10/27/12

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) OSU vs Bowling Green (Oct 26, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Assists -

OSU G A Pi Sh +/- Bl Brandon Martell 0 0 0 3 0 0 Clark Cristofoli 0 0 0 0 +1 1 Al McLean 0 0 0 1 +1 1 Darik Angeli 0 0 2 0 0 3 Alex Lippincott 0 0 0 1 0 0 Travis Statchuk 0 0 0 0 0 1 Alex Carlson 0 0 0 2 0 0 Tanner Fritz 0 0 0 2 +1 0 Max McCormick 0 0 2 2 +1 1 Ryan Dzingel 1 0 0 4 +1 0 Riley Simpson 0 0 4 2 0 0 Sam Jardine 0 0 2 1 0 2 Tyler Lundey 0 0 0 1 0 1 Craig Dalrymple 0 0 0 1 0 1 Justin DaSilva 0 0 0 2 0 2 Matt Johnson 0 0 0 2 0 0 Chris Crane 0 0 0 4 0 0 Anthony Greco 0 0 0 0 0 0 Peter Megariotis dnp Collin Olson dnp Totals 1 0 10 28 +5 13

# 2 3 4 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 T 30

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Zacharias, Scott Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 dnp 0 0 8 25 -5

Bl 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 9

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot OSU 1 0 0 1 BGSU 0 0 0 0

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 03:58 BGSU EV Hafner, Rusty/1 2. 2nd 02:36 BGSU EV Cooper, Mark/3

Team

4. 2nd 10:51 OSU EV Tanner Fritz/2 5. 2nd 13:16 OSU EV Tyler Lundey/1

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd OSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (4) 0-2 (3) 2nd 0-2 (2) 0-2 (3) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (1) Total 0-3 (6) 0-5 (7) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd OSU BGSU 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 3-6 1-2 3rd 0-0 0-0 Total 5-10 4-8 Three stars: 1. Brady Hjelle 2. Burke, Tommy 3. Ryan Dzingel

GOALTENDERS OSU 34 Brady Hjelle EMPTY NET

Dec

W

Min GA 59:42 0:18

0 0

1 2 3 Saves

8 10 7 0 0 0

25 0

Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min GA 59:37 0:23

Player TEAM Sam Jardine Berkle, Adam Riley Simpson Peltoma, Ryan

Team MinOffense Time BGSU 2.Too Many Players On 02:04 OSU 2.Tripping 10:24 BGSU 2.Boarding 11:17 OSU 2.Charging The Goalie 11:38 BGSU 2.Tripping 19:05

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Riley Simpson Cooper, Mark Max McCormick Darik Angeli

Team OSU BGSU OSU OSU

6. 3rd 12:21 BGSU EV Mohler, Brett/1

1 11 5 11 0 0 0 0

27 0

MiOffense Time 2.Boarding 07:26 2.Contact To The Hea 11:24 2.Interference 15:33 2.Cross-Checking 19:13

PP PP PP PP

Vis. on ice Home on ice Goals by Period 11,12,33,21,24 5,13,3,22,11 Team 1 2 3 OT Tot 18,17,21,25,16 26,11,22,28,4 OSU 0 3 0 0 3 BGSU 1 1 1 0 3 26,44,24,5,23 14,12,24,5,3 16,17,18,6,25 26,10,13,15,8 23,24,44,6,26 10,18,27,15,8 18,17,5,25,16 24,10,25,15,8

TEAM SUMMARY # 5 6 7 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 21 23 24 25 26 28 33 44 31 34

1 2 3 Saves

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Assists Berkle, Adam/4 DeSalvo, Dan/5 Carpenter, Ryan/3 Anthony Greco/1 Brandon Martell/1 Max McCormick/3 Ryan Dzingel/1 Craig Dalrymple/2 Anthony Greco/2 -

3. 2nd 10:03 OSU EV Matt Johnson/3

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot OSU 12 5 11 28 BGSU 8 10 7 25

Officials: Referee:Brian Hill Referee:Matthew Miller Linesman:Justin Petterie Linesman:Bruce Vida

##

L, 0-1 T, 3-3

OSU (2-2-2, 1-0-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (1-4-2, 0-1-0-1) Date: Oct 27, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2233 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:45 • Total time: 2:40

Vis. on ice Home on ice 18,7,16,6,17 10,12,24,15,8

TEAM SUMMARY # 5 6 7 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 20 21 23 24 25 26 33 44 31 39

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) OSU vs Bowling Green (Oct 27, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

OSU (2-2-1, 1-0-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (1-4-1, 0-1-0-0) Date: Oct 26, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2703 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:20 pm • Total time: 2:15 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 08:33 OSU EV Ryan Dzingel/2

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

OSU Brandon Martell Clark Cristofoli Al McLean Alex Lippincott Travis Statchuk Alex Carlson Nick Oddo Tanner Fritz Max McCormick Ryan Dzingel Sam Jardine Tyler Lundey Craig Dalrymple Justin DaSilva Matt Johnson Alex Szczechura Chris Crane Anthony Greco Peter Megariotis Brady Hjelle Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/1 0 4 0 0 0 0 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 -1 1 2 4 -1 1 2 0 -1 0 0 1 -2 0 0 3 +2 1 0 0 +1 0 2 2 -1 0 0 1 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 2 0 1 +2 dnp dnp 3 6 6 24 0

Bl 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 15

# 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 30

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 +1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 0 3 +2 0 0 0 4 -1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 -1 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 0 4 +2 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 3 +1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 2 +1 dnp 3 3 6 39 0

Bl 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 12

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot OSU 6 9 6 3 24 BGSU 15 11 10 3 39

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd OSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (0) 0-1 (1) 2nd 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-2 (0) 0-2 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd OSU BGSU 1st 2-4 2-4 2nd 0-0 1-2 3rd 1-2 0-0 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 3-6 3-6 Three stars: 1. DeSalvo, Dan 2. Collin Olson 3. Carpenter, Ryan Officials: Referee:Brian Hill Referee:Matthew Miller Linesman:Justin Petterie Linesman:Bruce Vida

GOALTENDERS ## OSU

Dec

39 Collin Olson

Min GA 1 2 3 OT Saves T 65:00 3 14 10 9 3 36

Prd 1st 1st 1st

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.O-Hooking OSU 2.Embellishment BGSU 2.Hooking

## Bowling Green

31 Burke, Tommy

Dec

Min GA

T 65:00

3

1 2 3 OT Saves

6 6 6 3

21

PENALTY SUMMARY Player Mohler, Brett Max McCormick Shea, Bobby

Time 06:07 06:07 08:56 PP

Prd 1st 2nd 3rd

Player Ryan Dzingel Perrier, Marcus Justin DaSilva

Team OSU BGSU OSU

MiOffense 2.Boarding 2.Interference 2.Holding

Time 10:24 07:46 PP 16:16 PP

OSU-Collin Olson (1-1-1). Bowling Green-Burke, Tommy (1-2-1).

Win-Brady Hjelle (1-1-1). Loss-Burke, Tommy (1-2-0). Referee's signature

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Michigan State - Results

DATE

PLACE

11/2/12 11/3/12

East Lansing, MI Bowling Green, Ohio

Vis. on ice Home on ice 3,22,13,11,5 8,19,14,25,7

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 31

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp 1 1 10 25 +5

Bl 2 4 0 3 1 1 2 0 3 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 25

# 4 5 7 8 10 14 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 42 86 92 T 32 37

Michigan State Walsh, Travis Boyd, RJ Draeger, John Forfar, Chris Sorenson, Tanne Gatt, Nickolas Walrod, Kevin DeBlouw, Matt Ferrantino, Mich Hayes, Anthony Reimer, Lee Grassi, Matt Hoomaian, Justi Darnell, Brent Berry, Matt Chelios, Jake Wolfe, Greg Bondra, David TEAM Phillips, Nathan Yanakeff, Will Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 dnp dnp 0 0 10 29 -5

Bl 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 11

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 0 0 1 MSU 0 0 0 0

Min GA 59:57 0:03

0 0

1 2 3 Saves

5 10 14 0 0 0

29 0

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU MSU 1st 0-1 (0) 0-1 (0) 2nd 0-2 (1) 0-2 (3) 3rd 0-2 (3) 0-2 (3) Total 0-5 (4) 0-5 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU MSU 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 2-4 3rd 2-4 2-4 Total 5-10 5-10 Three stars: 1. Hammond, Andrew 2. Hildebrand, Jake 3. Kucera, Connor

Dec

L

Min GA 59:33 0:27

1 0

1 2 3 Saves

8 9 7 0 0 0

Player Darnell, Brent Mohler, Brett Hoomaian, Justin Murphy, Ben TEAM

Team MinOffense Time MSU 2.Roughing The Goalie 10:59 BGSU 2.Interference 17:02 MSU 2.High Sticking 03:19 BGSU 2.Holding The Stick 03:49 MSU 2.Too Many Players On 06:11

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Cooper, Mark Rodriguez, Marc Perrier, Marcus Gatt, Nickolas Chelios, Jake

22,25,4,7,10 27,24,28,3 20,27,19,86,42 27,8,15 19,4,23,25,27 24,18,27,8,15

M ichigan State Walsh, Travis Boyd, RJ Draeger, John Forfar, Chris Sorenson, Tanne Gatt, Nickolas Walrod, Kevin DeBlouw, Matt Ferrantino, Mich Hayes, Anthony Reimer, Lee Grassi, Matt Hoomaian, Justi Darnell, Brent Berry, Matt Chelios, Jake Wolfe, Greg Bondra, David Hildebrand, Jake Phillips, Nathan Totals

Team BGSU BGSU BGSU MSU MSU

MiOffense Time 2.Hitting From Behind 17:31 2.O-Hooking 01:47 2.Roughing 02:41 2.Tripping 05:50 2.Interference 08:32

Win-Hammond, Andrew (1-2-1). Loss-Hildebrand, Jake (1-1-0).

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 4 +2 1 0 0 3 -1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 +2 0 0 0 0 -1 0 2 2 2 +2 1 3 0 2 +2 0 1 2 1 +1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 dnp dnp 6 10 12 23 +5

Bl 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

# 3 4 5 8 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

PP PP PP PP PP

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot MSU 8 11 4 23 BGSU 4 6 9 19

86,27,19,20,42 15,24,3,27

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MSU BGSU 1st 2-3 (4) 0-2 (2) 2nd 1-2 (2) 0-0 (0) 3rd 1-2 (2) 0-1 (0) Total 4-7 (8) 0-3 (2)

5,24,14,20,92 14,23,15,3,12

6

Bow ling G reen G A Pi Sh +/Kucera, Connor 0 0 0 1 +1 Sullivan, Mike 0 0 2 0 0 Hafner, Rusty 0 0 0 0 0 Delgadillo, Jose 0 0 0 0 -2 DeSalvo, Dan 0 0 2 1 0 Williamson, Bryc 0 0 2 0 0 Berkle, Adam 0 0 2 2 0 Wojtala, Camde 1 0 2 1 0 Perrier, Marcus 0 0 0 0 -1 Murphy, Ben 0 0 0 0 0 Viselli, Ryan 0 0 0 1 -2 Carpenter, Ryan 0 0 0 3 0 Tate, Brent 0 1 2 1 +1 Mohler, Brett 0 0 10 3 -1 Mingo, Dajon 0 0 0 1 0 Cooper, Mark 0 0 0 2 0 Wallace, Andrew 0 0 2 1 -1 Shea, Bobby 0 0 6 2 0 Zacharias, Scott dnp Totals 1 1 30 19 -5

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot MSU 2 3 1 6 BGSU 0 0 1 1

Team

Team

19,25,23,42,27 15,14,18,8,12

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 5 7 8 10 14 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 42 86 92 30 32

Bl 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MSU BGSU 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 1-2 3-6 3rd 3-6 5-18 Total 6-12 11-30 Three stars: 1. Berry, Matt 2. DeBlouw, Matt 3. Wojtala, Camden Officials: Referee:John Philo Referee:Stephen McInchak Linesman:Andrew Soper Linesman:Patrick Bracco

14

GOALTENDERS M ichigan State 37 Yanakeff, Will EMPTY NET

Dec

W

Min GA 59:59 0:01

1 0

1

2

3 Saves

4 6 8 0 0 0

24 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

2. 1st 3. 2nd 4. 2nd

7. 3rd

Assists Chelios, Jake/1 DeBlouw, Matt/3 19:15 MSU PP Reimer, Lee/2 Darnell, Brent/3 08:06 MSU PP Ferrantino, Michael/1 Berry, Matt/2 10:16 MSU EV DeBlouw, Matt/2 Walsh, Travis/2 Grassi, Matt/2 19:57 MSU EV DeBlouw, Matt/3 Darnell, Brent/4 Berry, Matt/3 08:20 MSU PP Wolfe, Greg/2 Berry, Matt/4 DeBlouw, Matt/4 15:21 BGSU EV Wojtala, Camden/3 Tate, Brent/1

##

Michigan State 30 Hildebrand, Jake EMPTY NET ##

Vis. on ice Home on ice 27,42,86,19,20 8,11,27,15

6. 3rd

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W EMPTY NET

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 08:13 MSU PP Berry, Matt/3

5. 2nd

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 9 9 7 25 MSU 5 10 14 29

Officials: Referee:John Philo Referee:Stephen McInchak Linesman:Andrew Soper Linesman:Patrick Bracco

##

W, 1-0 L, 1-6

Michigan State (3-4-1, 2-2-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (2-5-2, 1-2-1-1) Date: Nov 03, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2489 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:20 • Total time: 2:15

Bowling Green (2-4-2, 1-1-1-1 CCHA) vs. Michigan State (2-4-1, 1-2-0-0 CCHA) Date: Nov 02, 2012 • Location: East Lansing, Mich. • Arena: Munn Ice Arena Attendance: 4641 • Start time: 5:05 PM • End time: 7:23 PM • Total time: 2:18 Assists Berkle, Adam/5

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Michigan State vs Bowling Green (Nov 03, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Michigan State (Nov 02, 2012 at East Lansing, Mich.)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 16:16 BGSU EV Kucera, Connor/1

TIME

5:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

18 0

Bow ling G reen Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET 31 Burke, Tommy ##

Min GA 30:12 0:04 29:44

4 0 2

1

2

3 Saves

6 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 3

12 0 5

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Boyd, RJ Shea, Bobby Sullivan, Mike Hayes, Anthony Tate, Brent Berkle, Adam Williamson, Bryce DeBlouw, Matt Wallace, Andrew

Team MinOffense MSU 2.Holding BGSU 2.Hooking BGSU 2.Interference MSU 2.Tripping BGSU 2.Elbowing BGSU 2.Hooking BGSU 2.Boarding MSU 2.Cth Elbowing BGSU 2.Roughing The Goalie

Time 02:04 07:00 09:22 12:25 18:17 06:32 06:54 14:03 14:03

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Hayes, Anthony Shea, Bobby Wojtala, Camden Shea, Bobby Darnell, Brent Mohler, Brett DeSalvo, Dan Chelios, Jake

Team MSU BGSU BGSU BGSU MSU BGSU BGSU MSU

MiOffense Time 2.Holding 00:11 PP 2.Holding 07:31 PP 2.Hooking 16:36 PP 2.Cross-Checking Atw 16:36 2.Roughing Atw 16:36 10.10-Minute Miscondu 19:47 2.Roughing 19:47 2.Roughing 19:47

Win-Yanakeff, Will (2-3-1). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (1-3-1).

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PLACE

2/8/13 2/9/13

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Michigan State vs Bowling Green (Feb 08, 2013 at Bowling Green, Ohio) Michigan State (7-19-3, 5-15-1-0) vs. Bowling Green (11-13-5, 8-10-3-1) Date: Feb 08, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 3436 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:15 • Total time: 2:10 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 03:28 MSU SH Wolfe, Greg/5 2. 1st 04:21 BGSU PP Murphy, Ben/3 3. 2nd 12:25 BGSU PP Carpenter, Ryan/12

Assists DeSalvo, Dan/15 Tate, Brent/5 Cooper, Mark/6 Sumsion, Chad/2

Vis. on ice Home on ice 86,22,8,7 25,16,26,22,4 4,21,8,23 17,11,23,13,14 42,7,86,22

22,26,16,4,25

Michigan State Walsh, Travis Boyd, RJ Draeger, John Forfar, Chris Sorenson, Tanne Keller, Ryan Gatt, Nickolas Walrod, Kevin DeBlouw, Matt Ferrantino, Mich Hayes, Anthony Reimer, Lee Grassi, Matt Hoomaian, Justi Darnell, Brent Berry, Matt Chelios, Jake Wolfe, Greg Hildebrand, Jake Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 0 4 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 2 +1 dnp 1 0 20 18 +4

Bl 5 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 4 22

# 3 4 5 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 -1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 -1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 -1 1 2 3 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 2 4 6 26 -5

Bl 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 10

RESULT

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

W, 2-1 L, 1-3

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Michigan State (Feb 09, 2013 at East Lansing, Mich.) Bowling Green (11-14-5,8-11-3-1CCHA) vs. Michigan State (8-19-3, 6-15-1-0CCHA) Date: Feb 09, 2013 • Location: East Lansing, Mich. • Arena: Munn Ice Arena Attendance: 5140 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:12 PM • Total time: 2:07

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot MSU 1 0 0 1 BGSU 1 1 0 2

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 11:08 MSU PP Wolfe, Greg/6

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot MSU 5 8 5 18 BGSU 11 5 10 26

3. 2nd 14:11 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/9

Team

2. 2nd 06:37 MSU EV Sorenson, Tanner/9

Team

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 5 7 8 10 12 14 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 42 86 30

TIME

Bowling Green, Ohio East Lansing, MI

4. 3rd 19:28 MSU EN Wolfe, Greg/7

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (0) 1-3 (4) 2nd 0-1 (1) 1-1 (1) 3rd 0-1 (0) 0-1 (1) Total 0-3 (1) 2-5 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MSU BGSU 1st 3-6 1-2 2nd 2-12 1-2 3rd 1-2 1-2 Total 6-20 3-6 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. Murphy, Ben 3. Burke, Tommy Officials: Referee:Kevin Hall Referee:Kevin Langseth Linesman:Nick Huff Linesman:Marc DesRosiers

Assists Walsh, Travis/6 Forfar, Chris/6 Boyd, RJ/6 Reimer, Lee/10 Wojtala, Camden/6 Murphy, Ben/3 Forfar, Chris/7 Reimer, Lee/11

Michigan State 37 Yanakeff, Will EMPTY NET

Dec

L

Min GA 59:45 0:15

1 2 3 Saves

2 10 4 10 0 0 0 0

24 0

Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

4 8 5

17

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Totals

Player Chelios, Jake Draeger, John Cooper, Mark DeBlouw, Matt Hoomaian, Justin

Team MinOffense Time MSU 2.Interference 02:48 MSU 2.Boarding 04:40 BGSU 2.Goaltender Interferen05:33 MSU 2.High Sticking 09:21 MSU 2.Boarding 12:02

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Hayes, Anthony Perrier, Marcus Tate, Brent Gatt, Nickolas

Team MiOffense Time MSU 10.10-Minute Miscondu 12:25 BGSU 2.Elbowing 17:40 PP BGSU 2.Tripping The Goalie 05:13 PP MSU 2.Interference 12:54 PP

12,14,17,28,4 4,23,22,86,8 22,26,12,11,14, 86,8,22,7,42

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 1 0 0 4 -1 0 0 15 0 0 0 1 0 3 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 +1 dnp 1 2 21 28 -6

Bl 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 10

# 4 5 7 8 10 12 14 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 27 42 86 92 32 37

Michigan State Walsh, Travis Boyd, RJ Draeger, John Forfar, Chris Sorenson, Tanne Keller, Ryan Gatt, Nickolas Walrod, Kevin DeBlouw, Matt Ferrantino, Mich Hayes, Anthony Reimer, Lee Grassi, Matt Darnell, Brent Berry, Matt Chelios, Jake Wolfe, Greg Bondra, David Phillips, Nathan Yanakeff, Will Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 +1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 6 4 18 +5

Bl 4 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 3 1 0 21

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 0 1 0 1 MSU 1 1 1 3

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 7 12 9 28 MSU 8 4 6 18

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU MSU 1st 0-0 (0) 1-3 (1) 2nd 0-1 (2) 0-2 (0) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-0 (0) Total 0-2 (4) 1-5 (1) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU MSU 1st 3-17 0-0 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 0-0 1-2 Total 5-21 2-4 Three stars: 1. Wolfe, Greg 2. Hildebrand, Jake 3. Sorenson, Tanner Officials: Referee:Kevin Hall Referee:Kevin Langseth Linesman:Nick Huff Linesman:Marc DesRosiers

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy EMPTY NET ##

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

12,8,14,24,15 10,5,22,4,12

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

GOALTENDERS ##

Vis. on ice Home on ice 15,8,24,27 86,4,8,10,22

Dec

L

Min GA 59:10 0:50

2 1

1 2 3 Saves

7 3 5 0 0 0

15 0

Michigan State 30 Hildebrand, Jake ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

7 11 9

27

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Player Berkle, Adam Berkle, Adam Shea, Bobby Gatt, Nickolas

Team MinOffense Time BGSU 5.Hitting From Behind 08:11 BGSU 10.Game Misconduct 08:11 BGSU 2.Hooking 13:46 PP MSU 2.Checking From Behin 01:57 PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd

Player Mohler, Brett Shea, Bobby Gatt, Nickolas

Team BGSU BGSU MSU

MiOffense 2.Holding 2.Holding The Stick 2.Tripping

Time 04:30 PP 17:28 PP 10:23 PP

Win-Hildebrand, Jake (5-13-2). Loss-Burke, Tommy (3-4-2).

Win-Burke, Tommy (3-3-2). Loss-Yanakeff, Will (3-6-1). Referee's signature

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Western Michigan - Results

DATE

PLACE

11/9/12 11/10/12

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #10 Western Michigan (Nov 09, 2012 at Kalamazoo, Mich)

2. 2nd 01:16 WMU SH Chase Balisy/2 3. 2nd 03:57 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/1 4. 3rd 12:40 WMU PP Kenney Morrison/1

Assists Vis. on ice Dennis Brown/3 13,8,11,15,26 Chase Balisy/4 Dane Walters/3 17,11,26,15,24 Jordan Osterle Carpenter, Ryan/4 12,22,5,25,8 Hafner, Rusty/1 Dennis Brown/4 27,22,4,5 Shane Berschbach/1

Home on ice 23,11,13,15,24 13,23,15,11 28,12,6,14,10 7,11,13,24,23

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 31

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 2 +1 0 6 0 -1 0 2 0 -2 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 +1 0 0 4 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp 1 2 10 12 -5

Bl 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 13

# 2 4 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 55

W estern Michigan Mike Leone Garrett Haar Matt Stewart Kenney Morrison Brett Beebe Josh Pitt Dennis Brown Ben Miller Chase Balisy Colton Hargrove Jordan Osterle Trevor Elias Dane Walters Shane Berschba Mike Cichy Ben Warda Luke Witkowski Will Kessel Lukas Hofner Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 1 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 2 0 3 +2 0 0 0 0 -1 1 1 0 2 +2 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 0 1 +2 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 3 +2 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 3 0 dnp 3 6 10 32 +4

Bl 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 13

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

RESULT L, 1-3 T, 2-2

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Western Michigan vs Bowling Green (Nov 10, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio) Western Michigan (5-2-1, 2-1-1-1) vs. Bowling Green (2-6-3, 1-3-2-1) Date: Nov 10, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 1818 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:40 • Total time: 2:35

Bowling Green (2-6-2, 1-3-1-1) vs. Western Michigan (5-2-0, 2-1-0-0) Date: Nov 09, 2012 • Location: Kalamazoo, Mich • Arena: Lawson Ice Arena Attendance: 3736 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:15 • Total time: 2:10 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 14:02 WMU EV Dane Walters/3

TIME

Kalamazoo, MI Bowling Green, Ohio

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 00:26 WMU PP Kenney Morrison/2

Assists Vis. on ice Dennis Brown/5 7,11,24,13,23 Shane Berschbach/2 2. 2nd 00:44 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/3 Kucera, Connor/2 28,4,27,21,9 Mingo, Dajon/4 3. 2nd 13:33 BGSU EV Wallace, Andrew/1 Sumsion, Chad/1 21,27,9,28,6 Viselli, Ryan/1 4. 3rd 00:52 WMU PP Shane Berschbach/1 Dane Walters/4 24,23,7,11,13 Kenney Morrison/3

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 0 1 0 1 WMU 1 1 1 3

Team

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 5 6 12 WMU 13 10 9 32

Min GA 58:06 1:54

1 2 3 Saves

3 12 9 8 0 0 0 0

29 0

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU WMU 1st 0-0 1-2 2nd 3-6 2-4 3rd 2-4 2-4 Total 5-10 5-10 Three stars: 1. Chase Balisy 2. Dane Walters 3. Dennis Brown Officials: Referee:Brian Aaron Referee:Kevin Hall Linesman:Dan Cohen Linesman:Chris Hoy Game timekeeper:Adam Bodnar

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

1 4 6

11

# 2 4 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 18 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 55

W estern Michigan Mike Leone Garrett Haar Matt Stewart Kenney Morrison Brett Beebe Josh Pitt Dennis Brown Chase Balisy Colton Hargrove Jordan Osterle David Killip Trevor Elias Dane Walters Shane Berschba Mike Cichy Ben Warda Luke Witkowski Will Kessel Lukas Hofner Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 -1 0 0 2 0 -1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 -2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 2 1 -2 0 0 0 2 0 dnp 2 4 10 20 -10

Bl 1 1 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 12

# 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 1 30

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Hammond, Andr Zacharias, Scott Totals

Player Garrett Haar Luke Witkowski Kucera, Connor Berkle, Adam Kenney Morrison

Team MinOffense WMU 2.Cross-Checking WMU 2.Holding The Stick BGSU 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.High Sticking WMU 2.Roughing

Time 14:34 00:51 09:02 16:11 16:43

PP PP PP PP PP

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 +1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 +1 1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 +1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 +1 0 0 4 1 +1 dnp dnp 2 4 14 25 +1

Bl 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 9

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot WMU 5 8 6 1 20 BGSU 11 8 2 4 25

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd WMU BGSU 1st 1-2 (3) 0-1 (2) 2nd 0-1 (2) 0-1 (2) 3rd 1-2 (2) 0-0 (0) OT 0-1 (0) 0-1 (1) Total 2-6 (7) 0-3 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd WMU BGSU 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 1-2 2-4 3rd 0-0 2-4 OT 2-4 0-0 Total 5-10 7-14 Three stars: 1. Wallace, Andrew 2. Dennis Brown 3. Shane Berschbach Officials: Referee:Brian Aaron Referee:Kevin Hall Linesman:Dan Cohen Linesman:Chris Hoy

## W estern Michigan

Dec

1 Frank Slubowski

Min GA 1 2 3 OT Saves T 65:00 2 11 6 2 4 23

Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Team MinOffense Time BGSU 2.Contact To The Head 00:14 WMU 2.Unsportsmanlike Con 07:14 BGSU 2.Roughing Atw 09:44 WMU 2.Roughing Atw 09:44 BGSU 2.High Sticking 09:44 WMU 2.Holding The Stick 06:32

## Bowling Green

31 Burke, Tommy

Dec

Min GA

T 65:00

2

1 2 3 OT Saves

4 8 5 1

18

PENALTY SUMMARY

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

28,3,22,11

GOALTENDERS

W estern Michigan 1 Frank Slubowski ##

27,16,18,5,4

TEAM SUMMARY

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU WMU 1st 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-2 (1) 0-2 (2) 3rd 0-2 (3) 1-3 (5) Total 0-5 (4) 1-5 (7)

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET ##

Home on ice Goals by Period 12,22,28,3 Team 1 2 3 OT Tot WMU 1 0 1 0 2 22,3,25,12,28 BGSU 0 2 0 0 2

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Perrier, Marcus Ben Warda Berkle, Adam Berkle, Adam Brett Beebe

Team BGSU WMU BGSU BGSU WMU

MiOffense 2.Hooking 2.Slashing 2.Charging 2.Tripping 2.Kneeing

Win-Frank Slubowski (5-2-0). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (1-4-1). Referee's signature

Time 19:43 08:15 08:39 10:58 14:00

PP PP PP PP PP

Player DeSalvo, Dan Colton Hargrove Shea, Bobby Jordan Osterle Shea, Bobby Matt Stewart

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd OT OT

Player Murphy, Ben Berkle, Adam Rodriguez, Marc Perrier, Marcus Luke Witkowski Trevor Elias

Team BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU WMU WMU

MiOffense Time 2.Checking From Behi 15:58 2.Cross-Checking 19:10 2.Interference 05:20 2.Holding 18:54 2.Slashing 03:35 2.Hooking 05:00

PP PP PP PP PP

Western Michigan-Frank Slubowski (5-2-1). Bowling Green-Burke, Tommy (1-2-2). Referee's signature

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Western Michigan - Results

DATE

PLACE

1/18/13 1/19/13

Bowling Green, Ohio Kalamazoo, MI

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Western Michigan vs Bowling Green (Jan 18, 2013 at Bowling Green, Ohio) Western Michigan (13-6-4, 9-4-2-1) vs. Bowling Green (8-10-5, 5-7-3-1) Date: Jan 18, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2782 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:30 • Total time: 2:25 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 16:41 WMU EV Chase Balisy/8

Assists Vis. on ice Shane Berschbach/1 13,24,23,15,11 Dane Walters/8 Tate, Brent/3 11,23,13,15 Murphy, Ben/2 Kucera, Connor/3 14,13,29,6,7 Hafner, Rusty/3 Shane Berschbach/1 7,24,13,11,23 Chase Balisy/10 Sullivan, Mike/12 14,10,25,15,11 Shea, Bobby/9

2. 2nd 12:15 BGSU PP Cooper, Mark/6 3. 2nd 15:18 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/9 4. 2nd 19:44 WMU PP Kenney Morrison/6 5. 3rd 05:17 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon/5

Home on ice 10,3,5,21,14 26,17,11,23,15 22,3,5,25,26 27,10,5,3 25,4,28,22,26

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 55

W estern Michigan Mike Leone Dan DeKeyser Matt Stewart Kenney Morrison Brett Beebe Josh Pitt Dennis Brown Chase Balisy Colton Hargrove Jordan Osterle Nolan LaPorte Trevor Elias Dane Walters Shane Berschba Mike Cichy Ben Warda Luke Witkowski Will Kessel Lukas Hofner Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 2 4 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 10 1 -2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 2 2 0 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 dnp 2 4 18 22 -5

Bl 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 9

# 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 30 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G A 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 dnp dnp 3 6

Pi Sh +/- Bl 15 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 +1 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 -1 0 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 1 +2 1 17 0 0 0 2 2 +2 2 0 2 +2 0 0 1 0 2 0 3 +1 2

W estern Michigan 1 Frank Slubowski EMPTY NET

Dec

L

Min GA 59:00 1:00

3 0

1 2 3 Saves

8 6 3 0 0 0

17 0

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot WMU 1 1 0 2 BGSU 0 2 1 3

Player Kenney Morrison DeSalvo, Dan Mingo, Dajon Shane Berschbach Colton Hargrove Tate, Brent

Team MinOffense Time WMU 2.Holding 11:14 PP BGSU 2.Cross-Checking 18:54 PP BGSU 2.High-Sticking Atw 01:14 WMU 2.High-Sticking Atw 01:14 WMU 10.10-Minute Misconduct05:17 BGSU 2.Indirect Cth Roughing06:12

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #10 Western Michigan (Jan 19, 2013 at Kalamazoo, Mich.)

2. 2nd 15:47 WMU PP Luke Witkowski/2 3. 3rd 12:52 WMU EV Mike Leone/5

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot WMU 4 7 11 22 BGSU 8 8 4 20

Team

Assists Cooper, Mark/3 Hafner, Rusty/4 Mike Cichy/9 Mike Leone/5 Justin Kovacks/3 Ben Warda/6

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd WMU BGSU 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 1-1 (2) 1-1 (1) 3rd 0-2 (4) 0-0 (0) Total 1-3 (6) 1-1 (1) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd WMU BGSU 1st 0-0 0-0 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 4-16 6-34 Total 5-18 7-36 Three stars: 1. Mingo, Dajon 2. Hammond, Andrew 3. Carpenter, Ryan Officials: Referee:Stephen McInchak Referee:Michael Lacina Linesman:Timothy Likens Linesman:Tony Molina

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 2 5 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 +1 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 0 0 dnp 1 2 14 19 0

Player Dan DeKeyser Tate, Brent Tate, Brent Josh Pitt Peltoma, Ryan Peltoma, Ryan

11,14,28,4

28,25,2,5,17

27,10,5,3,21 2,17,27,7,6

Bl 3 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 13

# 2 5 6 7 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 T 35 55

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 0 0 1 WMU 0 1 1 2

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 7 7 5 19 WMU 10 15 10 35

Team

W estern Michigan Mike Leone Dan DeKeyser Matt Stewart Kenney Morrison Josh Pitt Dennis Brown Chase Balisy Colton Hargrove Jordan Osterle Nolan LaPorte Justin Kovacks Trevor Elias Dane Walters Shane Berschba Mike Cichy Ben Warda Luke Witkowski Will Kessel TEAM Sam Bloomberg Lukas Hofner Totals

G A Pi Sh +/1 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 -1 0 1 2 2 +1 0 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 +1 1 0 2 6 -1 0 0 2 4 -1 0 0 2 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 14 35 0

Bl 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 5

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU WMU 1st 0-2 (1) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-2 (3) 1-4 (8) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-2 (3) Total 0-5 (6) 1-6 (11) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU WMU 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 3-6 2-4 3rd 2-4 2-4 Total 7-14 7-14 Three stars: 1. Luke Witkowski 2. Mike Leone 3. Frank Slubowski Officials: Referee:Stephen McInchak Referee:Michael Lacina Linesman:Timothy Likens Linesman:Tony Molina Game timekeeper:Stefan Sekula

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET ##

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W

Vis. on ice Home on ice 22,5,25,26,3 28,16,21,29,5

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 31

36 20 +5 18

##

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

W, 3-2 L, 1-2

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 12:35 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/10

Team

Min GA 60:00

2

1 2 3 Saves

3 6 11

20

Min GA 58:43 1:17

1 2 3 Saves

2 10 14 9 0 0 0 0

33 0

W estern Michigan 1 Frank Slubowski ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

6 7 5

18

PENALTY SUMMARY

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

RESULT

Bowling Green (8-11-5, 5-8-3-1) vs. Western Michigan (14-6-4, 10-4-2-1) Date: Jan 19, 2013 • Location: Kalamazoo, Mich. • Arena: Lawson Ice Arena Attendance: 3147 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:27 pm • Total time: 2:22

GOALTENDERS ##

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Team MiOffense Time WMU 2.Indirect Cth Roughi 06:12 BGSU 5.Checking From Behi 11:33 BGSU 10.Game Misconduct 11:33 WMU 2.Roughing 11:33 BGSU 5.Checking From Behi 12:35 BGSU 10.Game Misconduct 12:35

Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Player Trevor Elias Mingo, Dajon Nolan LaPorte Will Kessel Carpenter, Ryan Luke Witkowski Mingo, Dajon

Team MinOffense Time WMU 2.Checking From Behin 05:22 BGSU 2.Delay Of Game 14:58 WMU 2.Delay Of Game 14:58 WMU 2.Cross-Checking 17:58 BGSU 2.Boarding 18:29 WMU 2.Slashing 01:15 BGSU 2.O-Tripping 03:37

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Justin Kovacks Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Shea, Bobby Murphy, Ben Nolan LaPorte TEAM

Team WMU BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU WMU WMU

MiOffense 2.Interference 2.Hooking 2.Interference 2.Interference 2.Holding 2.Interference 2.Bench

Time 10:18 14:01 16:16 04:56 14:03 16:21 17:46

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Frank Slubowski (14-6-4). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (6-8-3).

Win-Hammond, Andrew (6-7-3). Loss-Frank Slubowski (13-6-4). Referee's signature

Referee's signature

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Ferris State - Results DATE

PLACE

11/16/12 11/17/12

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #20 Ferris State vs Bowling Green (Nov 16, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio) Ferris State (5-4-2, 4-3-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (2-7-3, 1-4-2-1) Date: Nov 16, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 1836 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:30 • Total time: 2:25 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 2nd 06:44 FSU SH Cory Kane/4 2. 2nd 08:54 FSU EV Kenny Babinski/2 3. 3rd 09:48 FSU

PP Kyle Bonis/5

4. 3rd 12:03 BGSU EV DeSalvo, Dan/1 5. 3rd 13:31 BGSU PP Carpenter, Ryan/4 6. 3rd 16:54 BGSU EV Berkle, Adam/2 7. OT 00:14 FSU

PP Garrett Thompson/3

# 2 5 7 8 9 11 12 15 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29

G A Pi Sh +/0 2 2 0 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 -2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 1 0 1 +2 1 1 2 1 0 dnp 4 6 14 27 -1

Assists Vis. on ice 8,2,16,26 Matt Robertson/2 11,22,23,26,12 Simon Denis Garrett Thompson/2 28,16,2,7,9 Scott Czarnowczan Cooper, Mark/1 12,22,25,11,7 DeSalvo, Dan/6 16,8,2,26 Sullivan, Mike/4 Shea, Bobby/1 18,16,8,7,23 DeSalvo, Dan/6 Kyle Bonis/4 16,28,9,7,2 Scott Czarnowczan/1

11,26,13,4,5 22,11,4,12,25 13,26,11,28,15 24,27,2,15

TEAM SUMMARY Ferris State Scott Czarnowcz Connor Schmidt Jason Binkley Cory Kane Travis Ouellette Kenny Babinski TJ Schlueter Nate Milam Garrett Thompso Andy Huff Justin DeMartino Justin Buzzeo Matt Robertson Brandon Anselmi Dom Panetta Sean O'Rourke Simon Denis Kyle Bonis Charles Williams Totals

Bl 2 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 16

# 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 30 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 2 +1 0 0 1 +1 0 0 2 0 2 4 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 3 +2 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 -2 0 2 3 0 1 0 5 +1 0 0 0 -2 1 0 3 0 dnp dnp 3 5 10 36 0

Bl 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

30 CJ Motte

Dec

Min GA 1 2 3 OT Saves W 60:14 3 10 15 8 0 33

## Bowling Green

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot FSU 4 10 12 1 27 BGSU 10 15 11 0 36

3. 3rd 02:07 BGSU PP Williamson, Bryce/2

2. 2nd 17:57 FSU

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd FSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (0) 0-1 (0) 2nd 0-2 (4) 0-4 (9) 3rd 1-1 (3) 1-2 (1) OT 1-1 (1) 0-0 (0) Total 2-5 (8) 1-7 (10) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd FSU BGSU 1st 2-4 1-2 2nd 4-8 2-4 3rd 1-2 2-4 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 7-14 5-10 Three stars: 1. Garrett Thompson 2. DeSalvo, Dan 3. Kyle Bonis Officials: Referee:Michael Lacina Referee:Keith Sergott Linesman:Mason Hall Linesman:Joe Sherman

Player Dom Panetta Carpenter, Ryan Jason Binkley Travis Ouellette Scott Czarnowczan Travis Ouellette

Team MinOffense Time FSU 2.Goaltender Interferen01:39 BGSU 2.Holding 04:21 FSU 2.Cross-Checking 19:31 FSU 2.Tripping 03:29 FSU 2.High Sticking 03:37 FSU 2.Tripping 06:09

PP PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player DeSalvo, Dan DeSalvo, Dan Justin DeMartino Mingo, Dajon Kyle Bonis Berkle, Adam

Team BGSU BGSU FSU BGSU FSU BGSU

EN Travis Ouellette/3

# 2 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 15 16 18 19 22 24 25 26 27 28 29

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 2 0 +1 0 0 2 0 +1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 +1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 1 0 0 +1 1 0 2 1 +1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 3 +1 dnp 3 6 16 15 +1

Assists Nate Milam/4 Connor Schmidt/2 Garrett Thompson/3 Travis Ouellette/5 Carpenter, Ryan/5 Mingo, Dajon/5 Kyle Bonis/5 Scott Czarnowczan

Vis. on ice Home on ice 18,15,5,24,4 27,18,28,3,10 28,16,9,2,7 8,12,15,27 2,16,9,7

12,22,25,11,4

9,28,16,2,7 22,27,25,13,11,

TEAM SUMMARY Ferris State Scott Czarnowcz Zach Dorer Connor Schmidt Jason Binkley Cory Kane Travis Ouellette Kenny Babinski TJ Schlueter Nate Milam Garrett Thompso Andy Huff Justin DeMartino Matt Robertson Dom Panetta Sean O'Rourke Simon Denis Dakota Klecha Kyle Bonis Charles Williams Totals

Bl 2 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 2 1 0 21

# 2 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 15 16 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 1 30

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Hammond, Andr Zacharias, Scott Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 4 5 -1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 -1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 1 -1 dnp dnp 1 2 14 30 -11

Bl 3 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 13

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot FSU 1 1 1 3 BGSU 0 0 1 1

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot FSU 5 7 3 15 BGSU 11 9 10 30

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd FSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (2) 0-1 (1) 2nd 1-3 (2) 0-3 (5) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-1 (2) Total 1-4 (4) 1-5 (8) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd FSU BGSU 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 5-10 4-8 3rd 2-4 1-2 Total 8-16 7-14 Three stars: 1. Travis Ouellette 2. CJ Motte 3. Williamson, Bryce Officials: Referee:Michael Lacina Referee:Keith Sergott Linesman:Mason Hall Linesman:Joe Sherman

GOALTENDERS Ferris State 30 CJ Motte EMPTY NET

Min GA 1 Hammond, Andrew OTL 60:14 4

PP Kyle Bonis/6

4. 3rd 19:30 FSU

##

Dec

W

Min GA 59:39 0:21

1 2 3 Saves

1 11 9 9 0 0 0 0

29 0

Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min GA 59:19 0:41

2 1

1 2 3 Saves

4 6 2 0 0 0

12 0

1 2 3 OT Saves

4 8 11 0

23

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #20 Ferris State vs Bowling Green (Nov 17, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 14:12 FSU EV Andy Huff/4

6

Dec

L, 3-4 L, 1-3

Goals by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot FSU 0 2 1 1 4 BGSU 0 0 3 0 3

Team

GOALTENDERS ## Ferris State

RESULT

Ferris State (6-4-2, 5-3-0-0) vs. Bowling Green (2-8-3, 1-5-2-1) Date: Nov 17, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2041 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:20 • Total time: 2:15

Home on ice 11,15,26,24,27 24,27,11,3,28 12,22,3,28

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

MiOffense 2.Slashing 2.High Sticking 2.Interference 2.Indirect Cth Roughi 2.Indirect Cth Roughi 2.High Sticking

Time 06:44 11:36 18:36 09:15 13:21 18:31

PP PP PP PP PP

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Sean O'Rourke Berkle, Adam Berkle, Adam Andy Huff Perrier, Marcus Justin DeMartino Justin DeMartino Williamson, Bryce

Team MinOffense FSU 2.Hooking BGSU 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.High Sticking FSU 2.Tripping BGSU 2.Roughing Atw FSU 2.Roughing Atw FSU 2.Roughing Atw BGSU 2.Roughing Atw

Time 03:41 07:53 18:29 03:17 08:05 08:05 08:05 08:44

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Kyle Bonis Zach Dorer Viselli, Ryan Perrier, Marcus Kenny Babinski Viselli, Ryan Scott Czarnowczan

Team FSU FSU BGSU BGSU FSU BGSU FSU

MiOffense 2.Roughing Atw 2.Indirect Cth Roughi 2.Indirect Cth Roughi 2.High Sticking 2.Cross-Checking 2.Slashing 2.Roughing

Time 08:44 12:02 14:51 17:16 01:30 06:08 06:08

PP PP PP PP

Win-CJ Motte (6-4-2). Loss-Burke, Tommy (1-3-2).

Win-CJ Motte (5-4-2). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (1-5-1). Referee's signature

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Ferris State - Results DATE

PLACE

2/15/13 2/16/13

TIME

Big Rapids, MI Big Rapids, MI

RESULT

7:05 p.m. W, 2-1 (OT) 5:05 p.m. L, 3-4

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Ferris State (Feb 16, 2013 at Big Rapids, Mich.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Ferris State (Feb 15, 2013 at Big Rapids Mich.) Bowling Green (12-14-5, 9-11-3-1) vs. Ferris State (14-13-4, 12-11-2-1) Date: Feb 15, 2013 • Location: Big Rapids Mich. • Arena: Ewigleben Arena Attendance: 2270 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:24 pm • Total time: 2:19

Bowling Green (12-15-5, 9-12-3-1) vs. Ferris State (15-13-4, 13-11-2-1) Date: Feb 16, 2013 • Location: Big Rapids, Mich. • Arena: Ewigleben Arena Attendance: 2565 • Start time: 5:05 pm • End time: 7:24 pm • Total time: 2:19

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 16:37 FSU EV Kyle Bonis/16

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 10:53 FSU EV Justin Buzzeo/5

2. 3rd 18:32 BGSU EV Wojtala, Camden/6 3. OT 02:13 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/13

Assists Matthew Kirzinge/2 Simon Denis/14 Tate, Brent/6 Shea, Bobby/14 Kucera, Connor/5 DeSalvo, Dan/16

Vis. on ice Home on ice Goals by Period 13,11,23,15,8 28,20,26,23,16 Team 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 0 0 1 1 2 23,4,14,28,11 23,16,18,8,26 FSU 1 0 0 0 1 22,3,11,23,15 20,16,28,7,26

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 3 0 1 0 2 +1 0 2 2 +1 0 0 0 -1 1 0 3 +1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 3 +1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 +1 1 0 2 +1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 +1 dnp 2 4 6 32 +5

Bl 0 3 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 12

# 3 4 5 7 8 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 31

Ferris State Travis White Zach Dorer Connor Schmidt Jason Binkley Cory Kane Nate Milam Garrett Thompso Eric Alexander Andy Huff Justin DeMartino Matthew Kirzing Justin Buzzeo Matt Robertson Brandon Anselmi Dom Panetta Simon Denis Dakota Klecha Kyle Bonis Charles Williams Rob Granett Totals

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 7 9 10 6 32 FSU 17 12 8 0 37

Team

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 -1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 6 0 dnp dnp 1 2 8 37 -5

Bl 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 14

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU FSU 1st 0-0 (0) 0-1 (3) 2nd 0-4 (5) 0-2 (1) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-4 (5) 0-3 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU FSU 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 3-6 3rd 0-0 0-0 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 3-6 4-8 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. Burke, Tommy 3. Kyle Bonis Officials: Referee:Mark Wilkins Referee:Colin Kronforst Linesman:Nick Huff Linesman:Chris Hoy

GOALTENDERS ## Bowling Green

Dec

31 Burke, Tommy

Min GA 1 2 3 OT Saves W 62:13 1 16 12 8 0 36

Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Holding FSU 2.Interference BGSU 2.Cth Roughing BGSU 2.Cross-Checking

## Ferris State

30 CJ Motte

Dec

Min GA OTL 62:13 2

7 9 9 5

Time 05:52 19:03 03:45 08:52

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Cory Kane Garrett Thompson Jason Binkley

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 -2 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 -1 1 1 0 4 +1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 0 -1 1 1 0 3 +1 1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 2 4 -1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 1 0 2 0 dnp 3 5 6 29 0

Bl 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 11

# 3 4 5 7 8 11 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 31 29

MiOffense 2.Interference 2.Hooking 2.Cth Roughing

Win-Burke, Tommy (4-4-2). Loss-CJ Motte (13-12-4). Referee's signature

Time 10:19 PP 15:20 PP 17:38 PP

Ferris State Travis White Zach Dorer Connor Schmidt Jason Binkley Cory Kane Kenny Babinski Garrett Thompso Eric Alexander Andy Huff Justin DeMartino Matthew Kirzing Justin Buzzeo Matt Robertson Brandon Anselmi Dom Panetta Simon Denis Dakota Klecha Kyle Bonis Rob Granett Charles Williams Totals

30

19,22,26,21,4 28,16,23,26 8,17,18,23,26 21,22,23,19,26 27,24,5,11,4 16,21,19,28,7

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 3 0 1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 1 1 0 4 +1 0 1 0 1 +1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 2 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 -1 0 1 0 2 -1 0 1 2 0 +1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 4 8 10 20 -1

Bl 2 3 3 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 2 0 3 FSU 2 2 0 4

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 6 17 6 29 FSU 9 9 2 20

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU FSU 1st 0-0 (2) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-2 (1) 1-1 (1) 3rd 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) Total 0-3 (4) 1-1 (1) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU FSU 1st 0-0 1-2 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 2-4 3-6 Total 3-6 5-10 Three stars: 1. Garrett Thompson 2. Justin Buzzeo 3. Berkle, Adam Officials: Referee:Mark Wilkins Referee:Colin Kronforst Linesman:Nick Huff Linesman:Chris Hoy

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GOALTENDERS Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy EMPTY NET ##

Team FSU FSU FSU

Home on ice 21,19,5,4,22

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

1 2 3 OT Saves

PENALTY SUMMARY Player Sullivan, Mike Brandon Anselmini Cooper, Mark Perrier, Marcus

Assists Vis. on ice Justin DeMartino/8 28,4,11,13,23 Matt Robertson/5 2. 1st 16:40 BGSU EV Berkle, Adam/5 Tate, Brent/7 13,23,11,8,15 DeSalvo, Dan/17 3. 1st 19:08 FSU SH Kyle Bonis/17 Garrett Thompson/1 11,16,25,22,4 Brandon Anselmini/8 4. 2nd 01:32 FSU EV Cory Kane/8 Eric Alexander/5 14,17,12,3,5 Andy Huff/5 5. 2nd 08:35 BGSU EV Tate, Brent/3 Berkle, Adam/11 23,13,28,5,11 Shea, Bobby/15 6. 2nd 09:10 BGSU EV Mohler, Brett/4 Sumsion, Chad/3 24,16,27,3,5 7. 2nd 16:28 FSU PP Garrett Thompson/11 Justin Buzzeo/6 13,22,28,15 Justin DeMartino/9

Dec

L

Min GA 58:32 1:28

4 0

1 2 3 Saves

7 7 2 0 0 0

16 0

Ferris State 30 CJ Motte ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

3

1 2 3 Saves

5 15 6

26

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd

Player Jason Binkley Brandon Anselmini Sullivan, Mike Jason Binkley

Team MinOffense FSU 2.Interference FSU 2.Slashing BGSU 2.Hooking FSU 2.Tripping

Time 18:08 10:44 15:35 08:09

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Zach Dorer Mingo, Dajon Connor Schmidt Carpenter, Ryan

Team FSU BGSU FSU BGSU

MiOffense 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw

Win-CJ Motte (14-12-4). Loss-Burke, Tommy (4-5-2). Referee's signature

Time 11:45 11:45 11:45 11:45

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Michigan - Results DATE

PLACE

11/21/12 1/8/13

TIME

Ann Arbor, MI Ann Arbor, MI

Bowling Green (6-10-5, 3-7-3-1 CCHA) vs. Michigan (7-11-2, 4-8-2-2 CCHA) Date: Jan 08, 2013 • Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. • Arena: Yost Ice Arena Attendance: 4854 • Start time: 7:35 pm • End time: 9:45 pm • Total time: 2:10

Bowling Green (2-9-3, 1-6-2-1) vs. Michigan (5-6-1, 3-5-1-1) Date: Nov 21, 2012 • Location: Ann Arbor, Mich. • Arena: Yost Ice Arena Attendance: 4929 • Start time: 7:35 • End time: 9:44 • Total time: 2:09 Assists Berkle, Adam/6 Cristoval Nieves/6 Phil Di Giuseppe/6 Alex Guptill Phil Di Giuseppe/6 Lee Moffie/4

3. 2nd 13:01 MICH EV Kevin Lynch/5 4. 2nd 17:12 MICH EV Justin Selman/2

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Viselli, Ryan Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 -1 0 2 1 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 1 -1 0 0 1 -1 1 2 2 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 0 1 8 16 -10

Bl 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 11

# 3 4 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 16 18 19 20 23 26 27 28 37 39

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 06:10 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/5

Vis. on ice Home on ice Goals by Period 28,13,5,18,27 3,13,16,23,39 Team 1 2 3 Tot 3,10,24,27,28 23,12,7,4,13 BGSU 1 0 0 1 MICH 0 3 0 3 2,5,10,18,27 14,27,8,19,37 11,12,15,26,28 10,7,13,4,39 Shots by Period

2. 1st 07:50 BGSU EV Rodriguez, Marc/2 3. 2nd 03:03 MICH EV Luke Moffatt/1 4. 2nd 11:46 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/7

1 2 3 Tot BGSU 5 6 5 16 MICH 12 15 11 38

Team

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 31

Michigan Mike Chiasson Kevin Clare Phil Di Giuseppe Jacob Trouba Justin Selman Zach Hyman Cristoval Nieves Lee Moffie Kevin Lynch Daniel Milne Andrew Copp Derek DeBlois Travis Lynch A.J. Treais Mike Szuma Alex Guptill Jared Rutledge Mac Bennett Lindsay Sparks Totals

G 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

L, 1-3 W, 5-1

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Michigan (Jan 08, 2013 at Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #19 Michigan (Nov 21, 2012 at Ann Arbor, Mich.)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 19:58 BGSU EV Shea, Bobby/3 2. 2nd 04:23 MICH EV A.J. Treais/9

RESULT

7:35 p.m. 7:35 p.m.

A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 -1 0 2 1 +2 2 2 4 +2 0 0 4 +1 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 1 0 3 +1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 +1 0 15 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 5 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 +1 0 0 1 0 5 19 38 +1

Bl 1 1 1 4 0 1 2 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 19

5. 2nd 14:27 BGSU EV Berkle, Adam/4 6. 3rd 11:51 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/6

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU MICH 1st 0-1 (1) 0-2 (4) 2nd 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-1 (1) 0-2 (3) Total 0-3 (3) 0-4 (7) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU MICH 1st 2-4 2-15 2nd 0-0 1-2 3rd 2-4 1-2 Total 4-8 4-19 Three stars: 1. Phil Di Giuseppe 2. Jacob Trouba 3. Alex Guptill Officials: Referee:Derek Berkebile Referee:Kevin Hall Linesman:Andrew Hempel Linesman:Jeremy Lewis

Assists Wojtala, Camden/4 Perrier, Marcus/4 Wallace, Andrew/2 Sullivan, Mike/10 Mac Bennett/9 Cristoval Nieves/11 Mingo, Dajon/9 Shea, Bobby/6 Sullivan, Mike/11 Carpenter, Ryan/8 DeSalvo, Dan/12 Shea, Bobby/7

Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET

Min GA 59:57 0:03

1 2 3 Saves

3 12 12 11 0 0 0 0

35 0

## Michigan

1 Steve Racine

Player Shea, Bobby Travis Lynch Travis Lynch Kucera, Connor

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Holding MICH 5.Hitting From Behind MICH 10.Game Misconduct BGSU 2.Tripping

Time 03:51 PP 09:53 09:53 15:04 PP

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Kevin Clare Phil Di Giuseppe Berkle, Adam Cooper, Mark

5,12,14,24,28 9,37,12,7,8 22,25,28,4,10 8,9,12,37,39 13,4,22,25,28 9,12,13,37,39 12,11,4,23,28 13,17,20,37,39

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 +4 0 0 0 2 -1 1 0 0 2 +2 0 1 0 1 +1 2 0 0 6 +1 1 0 0 3 +1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 2 +1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 +1 1 1 0 3 +2 0 0 15 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 +2 0 1 0 0 +1 0 2 2 2 +3 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 5 10 23 32 +2

Bl 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0

# 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 24 26 27 37 39 T 28

12

M ichigan G A Pi Sh +/- Bl Brennan Serville 0 0 0 0 -1 1 Phil Di Giuseppe 0 0 0 3 0 0 Jacob Trouba 0 0 2 2 0 0 Luke Moffatt 1 0 2 1 -2 1 Justin Selman 0 0 0 0 -1 0 Zach Hyman 0 0 0 2 0 1 Cristoval Nieves 0 1 0 0 -2 0 Lee Moffie 0 0 2 3 -3 1 Kevin Lynch 0 0 2 1 0 0 Andrew Sinelli 0 0 0 0 -2 0 Andrew Copp 0 0 0 1 0 1 Derek DeBlois 0 0 0 1 0 2 Travis Lynch 0 0 0 1 -1 2 Jon Merrill 0 0 0 1 0 3 Mike Szuma 0 0 0 0 -1 0 Alex Guptill 0 0 2 1 0 1 Mac Bennett 0 1 0 2 -3 0 Lindsay Sparks 0 0 0 1 -4 0 TEAM 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jared Rutledge dnp Totals 1 2 10 20 -20 13

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 2 2 1 5 MICH 0 1 0 1

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 7 12 13 32 MICH 8 9 3 20

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU MICH 1st 0-0 (0) 0-1 (4) 2nd 0-4 (4) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-3 (1) Total 0-4 (4) 0-4 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU MICH 1st 2-15 1-2 2nd 2-4 4-8 3rd 2-4 0-0 Total 6-23 5-10 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. Williamson, Bryce 3. Sullivan, Mike Officials: Referee:Rodney Tocco Referee:Brian Aaron Linesman:Justin Petterle Linesman:Patrick Bracco

GOALTENDERS Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

4 6 5

15

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W ##

Min GA 60:00

1

1

2

3 Saves

8 8 3

19

M ichigan 30 Adam Janecyk 1 Steve Racine ##

Dec

L

Min GA 40:00 20:00

4 1

1

2

3 Saves

5 10 0 0 0 12

15 12

PENALTY SUMMARY

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st

10,27,4,21,28 7,9,12,13,37

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 T 31

GOALTENDERS ## Bowling

Vis. on ice Home on ice 12,14,15,24,2 6,10,17,26,39

Team MICH MICH BGSU BGSU

MiOffense Time 2.Hooking 05:23 2.Hitting From Behind 07:12 2.Boarding 14:40 2.Goaltender Interfere18:14

Win-Steve Racine (4-3-1). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (1-6-1).

PP PP PP PP

Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Tate, Brent Tate, Brent Kevin Lynch Jacob Trouba Luke Moffatt Alex Guptill

Team BGSU BGSU MICH MICH MICH MICH

MinOffense Time 5.Boarding 08:07 10.Game Misconduct 08:07 2.Cross-Checking 19:28 2.Indirect Cth Elbowing 04:48 2.Slashing 08:32 2.Unsportsmanlike Con 11:46

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Mingo, Dajon Lee Moffie Perrier, Marcus Sullivan, Mike Shea, Bobby

Team BGSU MICH BGSU BGSU BGSU

MiOffense Time 2.Unsportsmanlike Co 11:46 2.Cross-Checking 16:49 2.Tripping 18:12 2.Hooking 08:01 2.Clipping 18:32

PP PP PP PP

Win-Hammond, Andrew (4-7-3). Loss-Adam Janecyk (2-2-0).

Referee's signature

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Alaska-Fairbanks - Results DATE

PLACE

12/7/12 12/8/12

TIME

Fairbanks, AK Fairbanks, AK

Bowling Green (3-9-4, 2-6-3-1 CCHA) vs. Alaska (6-8-4. 4-7-3-1 CCHA) Date: Dec 08, 2012 • Location: Fairbanks, Alaska • Arena: Carlson Center Attendance: 2719 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:35 PM • Total time: 2:30

Bowling Green (3-9-3, 2-6-2-1 CCHA) vs. Alaska (6-8-3, 4-7-2-0 CCHA) Date: Dec 07, 2012 • Location: Fairbanks, Alaska • Arena: Carlson Center Attendance: 2523 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:25 PM • Total time: 2:30

2. 2nd 04:08 UAF

EV Max Dumond/1

3. 2nd 14:12 BGSU EV Mohler, Brett/2 4. 2nd 16:38 BGSU EV Cooper, Mark/4 5. 3rd 06:50 UAF

EV Chad Gehon/3

Assists Perrier, Marcus/1 Shea, Bobby/2 Alec Hajdukovich/1 Trevor Campbell/9 Wojtala, Camden/2 Sullivan, Mike/5 DeSalvo, Dan/2 Shea, Bobby/2 Justin Tateson/2

Vis. on ice Home on ice 12,15,10,28,14 26,7,6,14,18 15,8,11,13,26 9,11,18,20,13 24,4,10,14,28 13,18,26,14,7 26,11,13,8,28 14,26,7,13,18 3,14,24,10,5 26,2,14,7,22

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 24 25 26 27 28 T 31

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 -1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 +1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 +1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 +3 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 3 6 4 16 +5

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

# 2 4 6 7 9 11 13 14 18 20 22 24 25 26 27 29 36 37 39

19

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -2 1 0 0 1 +1 0 1 2 2 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 -2 0 1 0 2 -2 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 7 -2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 dnp 2 3 8 41 -5

Alaska Justin Tateson Colton Parayko Michael Quinn Nik Yaremchuk Max Dumond Alec Hajdukovich Kaare Odegard Adam Henderso Trevor Campbell Matthew Friese Josh Atkinson Nolan Huysmans Nolan Youngmun Chad Gehon Tyler Morley Andy Taranto Colton Beck Cody Kunyk John Keeney Totals

Bl 1 2 1 3 0 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 19

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 00:59 UAF EV Cody Kunyk/4

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 2 0 3 UAF 0 1 1 2

Team

2. 2nd 03:02 BGSU EV Wojtala, Camden/4

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 7 5 4 16 UAF 8 11 22 41

Min GA 59:56 0:04

2 0

Player Colton Parayko Andy Taranto Mohler, Brett

Team MinOffense UAF 2.Tripping UAF 2.Holding BGSU 2.Interference

EV Michael Quinn/1

4. 3rd 03:14 UAF

PP Tyler Morley/6

6. 3rd 19:04 BGSU EX Berkle, Adam/3

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU UAF 1st 0-2 (1) 0-0 (2) 2nd 0-2 (0) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (4) Total 0-4 (1) 0-2 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU UAF 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 1-2 2-4 3rd 0-0 0-0 Total 2-4 4-8 Three stars: 1. Hammond, Andrew 2. Mohler, Brett 3. Shea, Bobby Officials: Referee:Derek Berkebile Referee:Brent Gawlik Linesman:William Moran Linesman:John Canoy

Assists Kaare Odegard/1 Trevor Campbell/10 Shea, Bobby/4 Sullivan, Mike/6 Nik Yaremchuk/4 Colton Parayko/3 Trevor Campbell/11 Josh Atkinson/7 Perrier, Marcus/2 DeSalvo, Dan/9 DeSalvo, Dan/10 Shea, Bobby/5

Vis. on ice Home on ice 14,5,24,3,10 37,13,18,26,29 14,28,4,10,24 24,17,27,6,4 15,8,26,11,13 6,7,14,26,4 22,15,8,14

27,18,22,17,24

26,15,11,13,24 6,4,29 13,11,28,15,24, 17,37,29,18,13

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 22 24 25 26 27 28 T 31

Bowling Green G A Pi Sh +/Kucera, Connor 0 0 2 2 0 Sullivan, Mike 0 1 2 2 +1 Hafner, Rusty 0 0 2 1 -1 Delgadillo, Jose 0 0 2 0 -1 Rodriguez, Marc 0 0 0 1 0 DeSalvo, Dan 0 2 4 3 0 Williamson, Bryc 0 0 0 3 0 Berkle, Adam 1 0 0 2 0 Wojtala, Camde 1 0 0 4 0 Perrier, Marcus 0 1 2 1 0 Murphy, Ben 0 0 0 0 0 Viselli, Ryan 0 0 2 1 0 Carpenter, Ryan 0 0 0 5 0 Mohler, Brett 0 0 0 0 +1 Mingo, Dajon 0 0 0 1 0 Cooper, Mark 1 0 0 2 -1 Wallace, Andrew 0 0 12 1 0 Shea, Bobby 0 2 0 2 +2 TEAM 0 0 0 0 0 Burke, Tommy dnp Totals 3 6 28 31 +1

Bl 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 16

# 2 4 6 7 9 13 14 17 18 20 22 24 25 26 27 29 36 37 1 38

Alaska Justin Tateson Colton Parayko Michael Quinn Nik Yaremchuk Max Dumond Kaare Odegard Adam Henderso Jarret Granberg Trevor Campbell Matthew Friese Josh Atkinson Nolan Huysmans Nolan Youngmun Chad Gehon Tyler Morley Andy Taranto Colton Beck Cody Kunyk Steve Thompson Sean Cahill Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 1 2 3 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 -2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 +2 1 0 0 6 -1 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 5 0 dnp dnp 3 6 12 44 0

Bl 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0

Goals by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 0 1 2 0 3 UAF 1 1 1 0 3

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 12 8 10 1 31 UAF 13 14 14 3 44

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU UAF 1st 0-1 (4) 0-2 (3) 2nd 0-1 (3) 0-3 (5) 3rd 1-3 (5) 1-3 (6) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 1-5 (12) 1-8 (14) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU UAF 1st 3-6 3-6 2nd 3-6 1-2 3rd 4-16 2-4 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 10-28 6-12 Three stars: 1. Hammond, Andrew 2. Trevor Campbell 3. Tyler Morley Officials: Referee:Derek Berkebile Referee:Brent Gawlik Linesman:William Moran Linesman:John Canoy

12

GOALTENDERS

1 2 3 Saves

8 10 21 0 0 0

39 0

Alaska 38 Sean Cahill EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min GA 59:40 0:20

3 0

1 2 3 Saves

6 3 4 0 0 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st

3. 2nd 09:57 UAF

5. 3rd 04:55 BGSU PP Cooper, Mark/5

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W EMPTY NET ##

W, 3-2 T, 3-3

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Alaska (Dec 08, 2012 at Fairbanks, Alaska)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Alaska (Dec 07, 2012 at Fairbanks, Alaska)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 09:19 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/3

RESULT

11:05 p.m. 11:05 p.m.

Time 00:52 PP 15:38 PP 18:14 PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Nolan Huysmans Alec Hajdukovich Rodriguez, Marc

Team UAF UAF BGSU

MiOffense Time 2.Goaltender Interfere06:40 PP 2.Kneeing 17:07 PP 2.High Sticking 19:56 PP

Win-Hammond, Andrew (2-6-1). Loss-Sean Cahill (2-2-1). Timeout BGSU at 12:04 of the 3rd Timeout Alaska at 19:52 of the 3rd

13 0

## Bowling Green

Dec

Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Team MinOffense UAF 2.Charging BGSU 2.Holding BGSU 2.Boarding UAF 2.Roughing Atw BGSU 2.Roughing Atw UAF 2.Slashing BGSU 2.Hooking BGSU 2.Interference

Min GA

1 Hammond, Andrew T 64:44 EMPTY NET 0:16

1 2 3 OT Saves

3 12 13 13 3 0 0 0 0 0

41 0

## Alaska

Dec

39 John Keeney

Min GA

T 65:00

1 2 3 OT Saves

3 12 7 8 1

28

PENALTY SUMMARY Player Kaare Odegard Delgadillo, Jose Viselli, Ryan Andy Taranto Hafner, Rusty Andy Taranto Wallace, Andrew Sullivan, Mike

Time 06:56 10:41 14:36 19:43 19:43 19:43 04:10 12:51

PP PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player DeSalvo, Dan Matthew Friese DeSalvo, Dan Nik Yaremchuk Kaare Odegard Perrier, Marcus Kucera, Connor Wallace, Andrew

Team BGSU UAF BGSU UAF UAF BGSU BGSU BGSU

MiOffense Time 2.Goaltender Interfere14:06 2.Tripping 17:02 2.High Sticking 01:54 2.Tripping 04:09 2.Cross-Checking 04:45 2.Interference 13:01 2.Tripping 14:11 10.10-Minute Miscondu 15:35

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Bowling Green-Hammond, Andrew (2-6-2). Alaska-John Keeney (2-4-3). Alaska wins shootout, 1-0

Referee's signature

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Notre Dame - Results DATE

PLACE

12/15/12 1/15/13

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

2. 2nd 03:44 ND

EV T.J. Tynan/5

3. 2nd 11:52 ND

PP Bryan Rust/5

4. 3rd 13:18 ND

EV Mike Voran/4

5. 3rd 15:14 ND

PP Shayne Taker/1

Vis. on ice Home on ice 12,22,25,3,5 22,25,4,12,14 18,22,28,16,3 12,22,25,3,5 21,3,11,28,9 14,22,15,8 16,18,22,25,5 26,13,11,5,3 3,11,9,28,21 27,11,4,8

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 5 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 31 32

Notre Dam e Shayne Taker Robbie Russo Sam Calabrese Anders Lee David Gerths Jeff Costello Thomas DiPauli Peter Schneider Mike Voran Nick Larson T.J. Tynan Bryan Rust Mario Lucia Eric Johnson Kevin Lind Steven Fogarty Austin Wuthrich Stephen Johns Joe Rogers Mike Johnson Totals

G A Pi Sh +/1 1 0 2 +1 0 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 +2 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 +2 1 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 2 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 +1 dnp dnp 4 8 6 32 +1

Bl 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6

# 2 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 24 25 26 27 30 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -2 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 1 -1 0 2 2 -1 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 -1 0 0 2 -1 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 1 2 8 19 -10

Bl 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 16:44 ND EV Bryan Rust/6

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot ND 0 2 2 4 BGSU 0 1 0 1

2. 2nd 13:03 BGSU EV Peltoma, Ryan/1 3. 2nd 14:23 BGSU EV DeSalvo, Dan/2

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot ND 10 13 9 32 BGSU 5 8 6 19

4. 3rd 12:19 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/8 5. 3rd 17:01 ND

Notre Dam e Dec 1 Steven Summerha W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd ND BGSU 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 2-4 3rd 0-0 1-2 Total 3-6 4-8 Three stars: 1. T.J. Tynan 2. Bryan Rust 3. Hammond, Andrew Officials: Referee:John Philo Referee:Keith Sergott Linesman:Justin Perrone Linesman:Timothy Likens

5 7 6

18

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET

Player Stephen Johns Berkle, Adam Jeff Costello Mohler, Brett

Team MinOffense ND 2.Roughing BGSU 2.Holding ND 2.Hooking BGSU 2.Hooking

Time 18:51 18:51 01:24 PP 10:15 PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd

Player Rodriguez, Marc Anders Lee Perrier, Marcus

Team BGSU ND BGSU

Vis. on ice Home on ice 21,18,14,28,3 22,28,25,26,15 3,14,18,21,28 2,22,5,25,26 5,14,19,25,26 11,17,13,28,4 3,5,17,25,27 22,26,28,25,5 18,5,8,21,9 27,10,28,4 26,28,15,21,22 12,25,4,28,22

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 5 8 9 10 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 32 1

Notre Dam e Shayne Taker Robbie Russo Sam Calabrese Anders Lee David Gerths Thomas DiPauli Peter Schneider Mike Voran Nick Larson T.J. Tynan Garrett Peterson Bryan Rust Mario Lucia Eric Johnson Kevin Lind Steven Fogarty Austin Wuthrich Stephen Johns Mike Johnson Steven Summer Totals

Notre Dam e 32 Mike Johnson EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 59:52 0:08

1 2 3 Saves

4 10 11 7 0 0 0 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Assists T.J. Tynan/12 Stephen Johns/8 Carpenter, Ryan/9 Hafner, Rusty/2 Murphy, Ben/1 Berkle, Adam/8 Cooper, Mark/2 Shea, Bobby/8 Robbie Russo/12 Sam Calabrese/9 -

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 -1 0 1 2 1 -2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 4 2 -1 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 3 -1 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 -2 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 2 0 0 dnp 2 4 14 22 -15

# 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 30 31

Bl 1 2 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 15

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 15 1 0 0 0 0 2 +2 0 1 0 1 +2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 +1 1 0 0 3 +1 0 1 2 1 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 -1 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 6 +2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 +2 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 +2 dnp dnp 4 6 25 31 +1

Bl 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot ND 1 0 1 2 BGSU 0 2 2 4

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot ND 9 7 6 22 BGSU 8 13 10 31

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd ND BGSU 1st 0-2 (6) 0-2 (4) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-2 (4) 3rd 1-2 (1) 0-2 (2) Total 1-4 (7) 0-6 (10) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd ND BGSU 1st 2-4 3-17 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 3-6 3-6 Total 7-14 7-25 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. Williamson, Bryce 3. Hammond, Andrew Officials: Referee:Derek Berkebile Referee:Brent Gawlik Linesman:Justin Petterle Linesman:Marc DesRosiers

12

GOALTENDERS

11

##

PP T.J. Tynan/6

6. 3rd 17:36 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/7

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd ND BGSU 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 1-2 (5) 1-1 (1) 3rd 1-1 (2) 0-1 (1) Total 2-3 (7) 1-2 (2)

GOALTENDERS ##

L, 1-4 W, 4-2

Notre Dame (15-7-0, 11-3-0) vs. Bowling Green (7-10-5, 4-7-3-1) Date: Jan 15, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, OH • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2692 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:30 • Total time: 2:25

Notre Dame (14-4-0, 10-1-0) vs. Bowling Green (3-10-4, 2-7-3-1) Date: Dec 15, 2012 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2394 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:20 • Total time: 2:15 Assists Mingo, Dajon/6 Sullivan, Mike/7 Mario Lucia/4 Mike Voran/4 Jeff Costello/8 Shayne Taker/6 T.J. Tynan/10 Mario Lucia/10 Jeff Costello/9 Anders Lee/6

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #5 Notre Dame vs Bowling Green (Jan 15, 2013 at Bowling Green, OH)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #3 Notre Dame vs Bowling Green (Dec 15, 2012 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 2nd 01:49 BGSU PP Carpenter, Ryan/5

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

MiOffense Time 2.Interference 13:39 PP 2.Cross-Checking 18:20 PP 2.Hitting From Behind 14:20 PP

28 0

Dec

L

Min GA 57:56 2:04

4 0

1

2

3 Saves

8 11 8 0 0 0

27 0

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W ##

Min GA 60:00

2

1

2

3 Saves

8 7 5

20

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Player Shea, Bobby Mike Voran Kucera, Connor Kucera, Connor Kevin Lind Mario Lucia Carpenter, Ryan

Team BGSU ND BGSU BGSU ND ND BGSU

MinOffense Time 2.Interference 00:17 2.Hooking 04:21 5.Checking From Behin 06:25 10.Game Misconduct 06:25 2.Tripping 12:06 2.Hooking 04:00 2.Interference 05:48

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Nick Larson Robbie Russo Perrier, Marcus Nick Larson Rodriguez, Marc Mike Johnson Berkle, Adam

Team ND ND BGSU ND BGSU ND BGSU

MiOffense 2.Interference 2.Cross-Checking 2.Holding 2.High Sticking 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw 2.High Sticking

Time 05:58 02:34 07:16 08:52 13:37 13:37 16:44

PP PP PP

PP

Win-Hammond, Andrew (5-7-3). Loss-Mike Johnson (2-1-0).

Win-Steven Summerhays (12-4-0). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (2-7-2).

Referee's signature

Referee's signature

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Notre Dame - Results DATE

PLACE

3/1/13 3/2/13

TIME

South Bend, IND South Bend, IND

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #12 Notre Dame (Mar 01, 2013 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

2. 2nd 02:05 ND

Assists Jeff Costello/16 Bryan Rust/16 Robbie Russo/15 Anders Lee/15 Anders Lee/16 Freibergs, Ralfs/2 DeSalvo, Dan/18 Sam Calabrese/17 Shayne Taker/12 DeSalvo, Dan/19 Williamson, Bryce/4 Wojtala, Camden/7

PP T.J. Tynan/9

3. 2nd 05:19 ND EV Jeff Costello/9 4. 2nd 06:09 BGSU PP Murphy, Ben/5 5. 2nd 07:24 ND

PP Mario Lucia/11

6. 2nd 15:24 BGSU PP Tate, Brent/4 7. 2nd 16:25 BGSU EV Mohler, Brett/6

Vis. on ice Home on ice 4,14,17,24,28 23,11,21,5,26 4,24,27,28

18,5,9,11,21

3,15,22,25,26 11,9,21,25,28 17,29,11,12,23 9,21,25,28 4,24,27,28

22,8,3,17,10

23,11,12,17,29 25,18,5,14 24,14,5,17,29 16,8,17,14,15

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Totals

G 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

A Pi Sh +/0 2 1 -1 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 +1 2 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 4 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 1 0 1 +1 5 6 35 -5

Bl 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 11

# 3 5 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 25 26 28 31 32

Notre Dam e Shayne Taker Robbie Russo Sam Calabrese Anders Lee David Gerths Jeff Costello Sam Herr Thomas DiPauli Peter Schneider Mike Voran Nick Larson T.J. Tynan Bryan Rust Mario Lucia Eric Johnson Kevin Lind Steven Fogarty Stephen Johns Joe Rogers Mike Johnson Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 2 0 2 +1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 +2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 +2 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 2 1 +1 dnp dnp 4 7 8 25 +5

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

Bowling Green (13-18-5/10-15-3-1) vs. Notre Dame (21-12-3/17-8-3-2) Date: Mar 02, 2013 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 5022 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:24 pm • Total time: 2:19 Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 0 3 0 3 ND 1 3 0 4

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 05:31 ND EV Mario Lucia/12

Team

Min GA 25:14 1:27 33:19

3 0 1

1

2

3 Saves

7 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 7

8 0 13

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU ND 1st 0-2 (8) 0-1 (1) 2nd 2-2 (3) 2-2 (2) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 2-4 (11) 2-3 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU ND 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 2-4 2-4 3rd 0-0 0-0 Total 3-6 4-8 Three stars: 1. Steven Summerhays 2. Jeff Costello 3. Mohler, Brett Officials: Referee:Stephen McInchak Referee:Brian Hill Linesman:Dan Cohen Linesman:Chris Hoy

Player Mario Lucia Murphy, Ben Thomas DiPauli DeSalvo, Dan

Team ND BGSU ND BGSU

MinOffense 2.Roughing The Goalie 2.Clipping 2.Holding The Stick 2.Hooking

Time 04:28 08:41 11:32 01:57

PP PP PP PP

3. 2nd 04:26 ND

PP David Gerths/9

4. 3rd 03:05 ND

EV Anders Lee/18

5. 3rd 17:37 ND

PP Nick Larson/3

Vis. on ice Home on ice 8,11,12,23,29 22,5,16,23,26 27,13,21,3,15 3,8,20,14,26 3,14,15,24

10,17,22,3,8

4,22,25,26,28 9,11,21,25,28 11,14,15,29 17,9,18,25,28

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 8 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 4 -1 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 1 0 2 +1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 2 0 -1 1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 dnp 1 2 12 27 -5

Bl 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5

# 3 5 8 9 10 11 14 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 1 31

14

Notre Dam e G A Pi Sh +/Shayne Taker 0 0 0 0 -1 Robbie Russo 0 1 0 3 +1 Sam Calabrese 0 0 0 0 -1 Anders Lee 1 0 2 1 +1 David Gerths 1 0 0 2 0 Jeff Costello 0 1 2 2 +1 Thomas DiPauli 0 0 0 1 -1 Mike Voran 0 1 0 4 +1 Nick Larson 1 1 0 1 0 T.J. Tynan 0 0 0 2 0 Kevin Nugent 0 0 0 0 -1 Bryan Rust 0 1 0 2 +1 Mario Lucia 1 1 2 2 +1 Eric Johnson 0 0 2 1 +1 Kevin Lind 0 0 0 0 +1 Steven Fogarty 0 0 0 1 0 Austin Wuthrich 0 0 0 1 0 Stephen Johns 0 0 0 3 +1 Steven Summer dnp Joe Rogers dnp Totals 4 6 8 26 +5

Bl 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 5 0 0 1

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 0 0 1 ND 1 1 2 4

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 11 4 12 27 ND 7 13 6 26

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU ND 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-0 (0) 1-2 (3) 3rd 0-1 (1) 1-1 (1) Total 0-1 (1) 2-3 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU ND 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 3-6 1-2 3rd 2-4 2-4 Total 6-12 4-8 Three stars: 1. Mike Johnson 2. Mario Lucia 3. David Gerths Officials: Referee:Stephen McInchak Referee:Brian Hill Linesman:Dan Cohen Linesman:Chris Hoy

14

GOALTENDERS

Notre Dam e Dec 1 Steven Summerha W ##

Min GA 60:00

1

2

3 Saves

3 15 7 10

32

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 56:56 3:04

4 0

1 2 3 Saves

6 12 4 0 0 0

22 0

Notre Dam e 32 Mike Johnson EMPTY NET ##

Dec

W

Min GA 59:32 0:28

1 2 3 Saves

1 10 4 12 0 0 0 0

26 0

PENALTY SUMMARY

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Assists Robbie Russo/16 Mike Voran/7 Berkle, Adam/13 Pletsch, Ted/1 Nick Larson/5 Mario Lucia/10 Jeff Costello/17 Bryan Rust/17 -

2. 1st 13:19 BGSU EV Wallace, Andrew/3

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 15 10 10 35 ND 8 10 7 25

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 31 Burke, Tommy EMPTY NET 1 Hammond, Andrew L ##

L, 3-4 L, 1-4

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #12 Notre Dame (Mar 02, 2013 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

Bowling Green (13-17-5/10-14-3-1) vs. Notre Dame (20-12-3/16-8-3-2) Date: Mar 01, 2013 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 5022 • Start time: 7:35 pm • End time: 9:55 pm • Total time: 2:20 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 08:41 ND EV Eric Johnson/2

RESULT

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player T.J. Tynan Kucera, Connor Stephen Johns

Team ND BGSU ND

MiOffense 2.Hooking 2.Interference 2.Roughing

Win-Steven Summerhays (17-11-2). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (8-11-3). Referee's signature

Time 05:38 PP 07:10 PP 14:33 PP

Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Mario Lucia Shea, Bobby Delgadillo, Jose Anders Lee Carpenter, Ryan

Team MinOffense ND 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.Holding ND 2.Tripping BGSU 2.Holding

Time 18:53 18:53 03:03 PP 05:36 05:36

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Mingo, Dajon Murphy, Ben Eric Johnson Cooper, Mark Jeff Costello

Team BGSU BGSU ND BGSU ND

MiOffense 2.Boarding 2.Kneeing 2.Cth High-Sticking 2.Tripping 2.Interference

Time 11:26 PP 15:05 15:05 16:29 PP 18:14 PP

Win-Mike Johnson (4-1-1). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (8-12-3). Referee's signature

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Notre Dame - Results DATE

PLACE

3/15/13 3/16/13

TIME

Vis. on ice Home on ice 4,12,14,24,28 21,11,9,25,28

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 0 0 0 0 0 ND 0 0 0 1 1

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 2 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 3 +1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 +1 dnp dnp 1 2 8 36 +5

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 6 7 9 0 22 ND 7 15 13 1 36

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 1 0 dnp 0 0 10 22 -5

Bl 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 16

# 3 5 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 31 32

Notre Dam e Shayne Taker Robbie Russo Sam Calabrese Anders Lee David Gerths Jeff Costello Thomas DiPauli Peter Schneider Mike Voran Nick Larson T.J. Tynan Bryan Rust Mario Lucia Eric Johnson Kevin Lind Steven Fogarty Austin Wuthrich Stephen Johns Joe Rogers Mike Johnson Totals

Bl 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 9

Min GA 1 Hammond, Andrew OTL 61:22 1

1 2 3 OT Saves

7 15 13 0

35

## Notre Dam e

Dec

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU ND 1st 2-4 1-2 2nd 0-0 0-0 3rd 3-6 3-6 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 5-10 4-8 Three stars: 1. Bryan Rust 2. Hammond, Andrew 3. Steven Summerhays

1 2 3 OT Saves

6 7 9 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rd

Player Anders Lee Williamson, Bryce Murphy, Ben Freibergs, Ralfs Berkle, Adam

Team MinOffense Time ND 2.Tripping 04:01 BGSU 2.Tripping 08:19 BGSU 2.Indirect Cth Roughing13:22 BGSU 2.Roughing Atw 04:25 BGSU 2.Roughing The Goalie 04:25

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Berkle, Adam Stephen Johns Bryan Rust Stephen Johns

Team BGSU ND ND ND

MiOffense 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw 2.Cross-Checking

Win-Steven Summerhays (18-11-2). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (10-14-3). Referee's signature

Time 04:25 04:25 04:25 07:21 PP

2. 1st 12:45 ND

4,11,17,26,28 17,8,20,10,25

EV

5. 3rd 08:28 ND EV 6. 3rd 12:05 ND PP 7. 3rd 12:18 BGSU EV

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU ND 1st 0-1 (0) 0-2 (1) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-1 (4) 0-1 (0) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-2 (4) 0-3 (1)

Min GA 1 Steven Summerhay W 61:22 0

Vis. on ice Home on ice 4,13,22,28 21,5,9,11,23

4. 2nd 18:42 BGSU PP

GOALTENDERS Dec

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 06:44 ND PP Bryan Rust/14

3. 2nd 06:33 BGSU PP

Officials: Referee:Keith Sergott Referee:Stephen McInchak Linesman:Patrick Bracco Linesman:Paul Tunison

## Bowling Green

L, 3-4

Bowling Green (15-21-5) vs. Notre Dame (23-12-3) Date: Mar 16, 2013 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 4912 • Start time: 7:08 pm • End time: 9:43 pm • Total time: 2:35

Bowling Green (15-20-5) vs. Notre Dame (22-12-3) Date: Mar 15, 2013 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Ice Arena Attendance: 4712 • Start time: 7:08 pm • End time: 9:44 pm • Total time: 2:36 Assists Jeff Costello/18 Anders Lee/17

L, 0-1

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #12 Notre Dame (Mar 16, 2013 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #12 Notre Dame (Mar 15, 2013 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. OT 01:22 ND EV Bryan Rust/13

RESULT

South Bend, IND. 7:05 p.m. *CCHA 2nd Round South Bend, IND 7:05 p.m. *CCHA 2nd Round

Assists Robbie Russo/17 Anders Lee/18 Nick Larson/4 Sam Calabrese/18 Kevin Nugent/4 Williamson, Bryce/11 Freibergs, Ralfs/5 Murphy, Ben/7 Murphy, Ben/6 Freibergs, Ralfs/6 Williamson, Bryce/7 Bryan Rust/15 PENALTY SHOT Anders Lee/19 Robbie Russo/18 Williamson, Bryce/12 Mohler, Brett/5

23,29,17,11,12 14,18,23,25

Bowling Green Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 2 1 +1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 2 1 0 5 +1 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 4 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 2 0 2 +1 dnp 3 5 20 32 0

Bl 4 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

# 3 5 8 9 10 11 14 15 17 18 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 31 32

5,10,11,29 9,5,11,21,28 12,24,5,14,29 5,15,18,22,23

12

Notre Dam e Shayne Taker Robbie Russo Sam Calabrese Anders Lee David Gerths Jeff Costello Thomas DiPauli Peter Schneider Nick Larson T.J. Tynan Kevin Nugent Bryan Rust Mario Lucia Eric Johnson Kevin Lind Steven Fogarty Austin Wuthrich Stephen Johns Joe Rogers Mike Johnson Totals

G 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 2 0 3 -1 1 0 0 +1 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 +1 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 2 -1 0 0 4 +1 0 0 2 -1 1 2 1 +1 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 1 -1 0 0 1 +1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 dnp dnp 4 5 12 34 0

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 11 9 12 32 ND 14 9 11 34

Team

17,29,11,23,12 5,9,21,23

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 0 2 1 3 ND 2 0 2 4

Team

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

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU ND 1st 0-1 (2) 1-2 (2) 2nd 2-2 (6) 0-3 (3) 3rd 0-1 (2) 1-2 (6) Total 2-4 (10) 2-7 (11) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU ND 1st 3-6 1-2 2nd 3-6 4-8 3rd 4-8 1-2 Total 10-20 6-12 Three stars: 1. Bryan Rust 2. Williamson, Bryce 3. Anders Lee Officials: Referee:Stephen McInchak Referee:Keith Sergott Linesman:Patrick Bracco Linesman:Paul Tunison

16

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 58:35 1:25

1

2

3 Saves

4 12 9 9 0 0 0 0

22

30 0

Notre Dam e Dec 1 Steven Summerha W EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 59:54 0:06

1

2

3 Saves

3 11 7 11 0 0 0 0

29 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Sullivan, Mike Pletsch, Ted Jeff Costello Berkle, Adam Perrier, Marcus Peter Schneider Stephen Johns Carpenter, Ryan

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Slashing BGSU 2.Boarding ND 2.Tripping BGSU 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.Roughing Atw ND 2.Roughing Atw ND 2.Roughing Atw BGSU 2.Hooking

Time 02:57 05:46 07:09 19:32 05:36 05:36 05:36 07:20

PP PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Rodriguez, Marc Kevin Nugent Stephen Johns Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Delgadillo, Jose Berkle, Adam Peter Schneider

Team BGSU ND ND BGSU BGSU BGSU BGSU ND

MiOffense 2.Interference 2.Embellishment 2.Roughing 2.Interference 2.Delay Of Game 2.Cross-Checking 2.Slashing 2.Tripping

Time 16:27 16:27 18:11 07:47 08:28 09:55 12:01 18:27

PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Steven Summerhays (19-11-2). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (10-15-3). Referee's signature

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Lake Superior State - Results DATE

PLACE

2/1/13 2/2/13

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

Head Coach Jim Roque

2. 1st 15:28 3. 2nd 06:27 4. 3rd 02:15 5. 3rd 04:17

Vis. on ice Home on ice 14,16,12,5,27 24,16,4,27,22,2 26,5,27,19,7 24,2,27,16,15 24,18,15,25,9 25,28,22,4,26 20,18,33,17,29 11,3,8,23,13 29,9,18,27

17,13,23,11,26

TEAM SUMMARY # 5 7 9 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 29 33 1

LSSU Andrew Perrault Dan Radke Austin McKay Nick McParland Ben Power Stephen Perfetto Brett Wall Buddy Robinson Zach Loesch Bryce Schmitt Kellan Lain Chris Ciotti Kevin Czuczman Eric Drapluk Domenic Monard Matt Bruneteau Andrew Dommet Zach Sternberg Kevin Murdock Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 2 -2 0 0 15 1 +1 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 4 -1 1 0 2 2 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 dnp 1 1 25 26 -10

Bl 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 7 1 1 18

# 2 3 4 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 -1 1 0 1 +1 1 0 3 +2 1 0 0 +1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 5 +2 1 4 0 +1 0 0 3 0 0 2 7 +1 0 0 4 +1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 +2 dnp dnp 4 8 8 33 +1

Bl 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 3

W, 4-1 W, 7-3

LSSU (13-16-1, 8-13-1-1) vs. Bowling Green (10-13-5, 7-10-3-1) Date: Feb 02, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 3018 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:25 • Total time: 2:20

LSSU (13-15-1, 8-12-1-1) vs. Bowling Green (9-13-5, 6-10-3-1) Date: Feb 01, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2932 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:25 • Total time: 2:20 Assists Shea, Bobby/10 Sullivan, Mike/13 LSSU EV Domenic Monardo/13 Andrew Perrault/9 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon/7 Shea, Bobby/11 Carpenter, Ryan/12 BGSU EV DeSalvo, Dan/3 Kucera, Connor/4 Delgadillo, Jose/1 BGSU PP Murphy, Ben/2 Berkle, Adam/9 Tate, Brent/4

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) LSSU vs Bowling Green (Feb 02, 2013 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) LSSU vs Bowling Green (Feb 01, 2013 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 07:32 BGSU EX Mohler, Brett/3

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 04:08 LSSU EV Daniel Vernace/1

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot LSSU 1 0 0 1 BGSU 1 1 2 4

2. 1st 04:49 BGSU EV Tate, Brent/2 3. 1st 09:00 BGSU EV Cooper, Mark/8 4. 2nd 01:25 LSSU EV Daniel Vernace/2 5. 2nd 13:25 BGSU PP Sullivan, Mike/1

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot LSSU 8 10 8 26 BGSU 13 14 6 33

Team

6. 3rd 00:17 LSSU EV Chris Ciotti/10 7. 3rd 00:50 BGSU EV Cooper, Mark/9

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd LSSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (3) 0-2 (2) 2nd 0-2 (1) 0-2 (2) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-2 (3) Total 0-3 (4) 1-6 (7)

8. 3rd 14:31 BGSU PP Carpenter, Ryan/11

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd LSSU BGSU 1st 4-19 1-2 2nd 1-2 3-6 3rd 2-4 0-0 Total 7-25 4-8

# 5 7 9 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 24 25 26 27 28 29 33 30

Three stars: 1. DeSalvo, Dan 2. Kucera, Connor 3. Hammond, Andrew Officials: Referee:Brian Hill Referee:Keith Sergott Linesman:Bruce Vida Linesman:Justin Perrons

15

9. 3rd 18:42 BGSU EN Williamson, Bryce/8 10. 3rd 19:03 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon/8

Assists Matt Bruneteau/1 Dan Radke/9 DeSalvo, Dan/14 Berkle, Adam/10 Shea, Bobby/12 Carpenter, Ryan/13 Ben Power/4 Cooper, Mark/4 Mingo, Dajon/10 Dan Radke/10 Eric Drapluk/9 Wojtala, Camden/5 Perrier, Marcus/5 Mingo, Dajon/11 Sullivan, Mike/14 Wallace, Andrew/3 Shea, Bobby/13 Cooper, Mark/5

LSSU 30 Kevin Kapalka EMPTY NET

Dec

L

Min GA 56:47 3:13

1 2 3 Saves

4 12 13 4 0 0 0 0

29 0

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 59:48 0:12

1 0

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 4 2 +1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 4 -1 0 1 0 2 -2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -3 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 2 +2 0 0 4 0 +1 0 1 2 4 0 0 0 2 5 -1 0 1 0 1 -1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 -4 dnp 3 5 12 30 -11

# 2 3 4 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 T 30 31

Bl 5 1 0 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 3 5 1 0 2 26

1 2 3 Saves

7 10 8 0 0 0

25 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Player Tate, Brent Andrew Perrault Chris Ciotti Kellan Lain Kellan Lain Carpenter, Ryan

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Slashing LSSU 2.Tripping LSSU 2.Hooking LSSU 5.Hitting From Behind LSSU 10.Disqualification BGSU 2.Hooking

Time 04:58 PP 07:32 PP 12:55 PP 18:26 18:26 01:51

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Nick McParland Tate, Brent Mingo, Dajon Buddy Robinson Domenic Monardo

Team LSSU BGSU BGSU LSSU LSSU

MiOffense 2.Slashing 2.Slashing 2.O-Tripping 2.Interference 2.Hooking

Win-Hammond, Andrew (7-10-3). Loss-Kevin Kapalka (5-6-1).

Time 01:57 08:08 12:19 03:18 19:01

12,28,33,17,29 23,11,13,28,4 9,18,15,17,33 26,28,22,25,4 28,12,29,5,27 17,14,12,15,2 25,7,26,33 4,26,22,16,25 20,7,25,24,26 26,22,28,4,25 7,12,28,5,27 26,14,15,3,25 12,14,24,25 22,25,4,14,26 27,12,25,10,26, 12,27,17,4,8 7,33,17,27,26 25,28,26,22,4

TEAM SUMMARY LSSU Andrew Perrault Dan Radke Austin McKay Nick McParland Ben Power Stephen Perfetto Brett Wall Buddy Robinson Zach Loesch Bryce Schmitt Chris Ciotti Kevin Czuczman Eric Drapluk Domenic Monard Matt Bruneteau Daniel Vernace Andrew Dommet Zach Sternberg Kevin Kapalka Totals

GOALTENDERS ##

Vis. on ice Home on ice 28,27,7,5,20 12,14,15,3,17

Bow ling G reen G A Pi Sh +/- Bl Peltoma, Ryan 0 0 2 0 -1 2 Kucera, Connor 0 0 2 2 0 1 Sullivan, Mike 1 1 0 3 +3 2 Delgadillo, Jose 0 0 0 0 +1 1 DeSalvo, Dan 0 1 2 2 +1 2 Williamson, Bryc 1 0 0 5 -1 0 Berkle, Adam 0 1 0 1 +1 1 Wojtala, Camde 0 1 0 0 -1 1 Perrier, Marcus 0 1 0 1 -1 0 Sumsion, Chad 0 0 0 2 0 0 Murphy, Ben 0 0 0 1 -1 0 Carpenter, Ryan 1 1 0 6 +1 2 Tate, Brent 1 0 2 2 +1 0 Mohler, Brett 0 0 0 2 0 0 Mingo, Dajon 1 2 0 1 +2 1 Cooper, Mark 2 2 0 5 +2 1 Wallace, Andrew 0 1 0 1 +1 0 Shea, Bobby 0 2 0 0 +2 3 TEAM 0 0 2 0 0 0 Zacharias, Scott dnp Burke, Tommy dnp Totals 7 13 10 34 +1 17

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot LSSU 1 1 1 3 BGSU 2 1 4 7

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot LSSU 11 9 10 30 BGSU 14 7 13 34

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd LSSU BGSU 1st 0-1 (0) 0-2 (2) 2nd 0-1 (2) 1-1 (1) 3rd 0-2 (0) 1-2 (3) Total 0-4 (2) 2-5 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd LSSU BGSU 1st 3-6 2-4 2nd 1-2 2-4 3rd 2-4 1-2 Total 6-12 5-10 Three stars: 1. Sullivan, Mike 2. Carpenter, Ryan 3. Cooper, Mark Officials: Referee:Brian Hill Referee:Keith Sergott Linesman:Bruce Vida Linesman:Justin Perrone

GOALTENDERS LSSU 1 Kevin Murdock EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min 57:17 2:43

GA

1

2

3 Saves

6 12 6 9 1 0 0 0

27 0

Bow ling G reen Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W EMPTY NET ##

Min 59:51 0:09

GA

1

2

3 Saves

3 10 8 9 0 0 0 0

27 0

PENALTY SUMMARY

PP PP PP PP

Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Player DeSalvo, Dan Domenic Monardo Andrew Perrault Kevin Czuczman Tate, Brent Kevin Czuczman

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.O-Holding LSSU 2.High Sticking LSSU 2.Slashing LSSU 2.Roughing Atw BGSU 2.Roughing Atw LSSU 2.Hooking

Time 11:03 PP 11:55 12:38 PP 13:56 13:56 12:35 PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor TEAM Eric Drapluk Andrew Perrault

Team BGSU BGSU BGSU LSSU LSSU

MiOffense 2.Tripping 2.Interference 2.Too Many Players O 2.Slashing 2.Boarding

Time 15:41 18:11 02:27 03:28 13:45

PP PP PP PP

Win-Hammond, Andrew (8-10-3). Loss-Kevin Murdock (8-10-0).

Referee's signature

Referee's signature

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Lake Superior State - Results DATE

PLACE

3/8/13 3/9/13

TIME

Sault Ste. Marie, MI 7:35 p.m. * CCHA Opening Round Sault Ste. Marie, MI 7:05 p.m. * CCHA Opening Round

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs LSSU (Mar 08, 2013 at Sault Ste. Marie, MI)

Prd Time Team Scored by Assists Vis. on ice Home on ice 1. 2nd 00:21 LSSU EV Domenic Monardo/20 Dan Radke/15 22,25,29,4 26,7,25,24 2. 2nd 02:21 LSSU EV Bryce Schmitt/4 Zach Sternberg/13 4,12,15,16,27 18,33,10,12,5 Nick McParland/16 TEAM SUMMARY Bowling Green Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 4 -2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 dnp 0 0 10 31 -9

Bl 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6

# 5 6 7 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 28 33 1 31

LSSU Andrew Perrault Kelin Ainsworth Dan Radke Nick McParland Colin Campbell Ben Power Stephen Perfetto Buddy Robinson Zach Loesch Bryce Schmitt Kellan Lain Chris Ciotti Kevin Czuczman Eric Drapluk Domenic Monard Matt Bruneteau Daniel Vernace Zach Sternberg Kevin Murdock Niels-Erik Ravn Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 +1 0 1 2 1 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 +1 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 2 +1 1 0 0 4 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 +1 dnp dnp 2 3 21 28 +9

Bl 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 5

L, 0-2

W, 6-3

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs LSSU (Mar 09, 2013 at Sault Ste. Marie, MI) Bowling Green (14-19-5, 10-15-3) vs. LSSU (17-20-1, 11-16-1-1) Date: Mar 09, 2013 • Location: Sault Ste. Marie, MI • Arena: Taffy Abel Arena Attendance: 1587 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:25 • Total time: 2:20

Bowling Green (13-19-5, 10-15-3-1) vs. LSSU (17-19-1, 11-16-1-1) Date: Mar 08, 2013 • Location: Sault Ste. Marie, MI • Arena: Taffy Abel Arena Attendance: 1431 • Start time: 7:35 PM • End time: 9:50 PM • Total time: 2:15

# 4 5 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31

RESULT

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 0 0 0 0 LSSU 0 2 0 2

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 07:48 LSSU PP Eric Drapluk/3 2. 1st 13:37 BGSU EV Peltoma, Ryan/2

Vis. on ice Home on ice 22,5,29,13 25,24,26,14,16 2,15,22,26,17 7,5,12,27,18

3. 2nd 06:05 4. 2nd 09:32

14,23,2,15,24 33,6,12,27,19 12,14,24,2,28 24,11,14,12,25

5. 2nd 11:08

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 11 14 6 31 LSSU 10 8 10 28

6. 2nd 13:15 7. 2nd 15:43

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU LSSU 1st 0-1 (4) 0-2 (4) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) 3rd 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-2 (4) 0-3 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU LSSU 1st 3-6 3-17 2nd 1-2 0-0 3rd 1-2 2-4 Total 5-10 5-21 Three stars: 1. Kevin Kapalka 2. Domenic Monardo 3. Dan Radke Officials: Referee:Keith Sergott Referee:Barry Pochmara Linesman:Timothy Likens Linesman:Bruce Vida

8. 3rd 07:53 9. 3rd 17:06

Assists Kevin Czuczman/3 Carpenter, Ryan/14 Perrier, Marcus/6 BGSU EV Wojtala, Camden/7 Tate, Brent/5 BGSU EV Williamson, Bryce/10 Wojtala, Camden/8 Mohler, Brett/3 LSSU EV Eric Drapluk/3 Nick McParland/17 Colin Campbell/3 BGSU EV Berkle, Adam/6 Hafner, Rusty/5 Mingo, Dajon/14 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/16 Mingo, Dajon/13 Shea, Bobby LSSU PP Chris Ciotti/11 Dan Radke/16 Zach Sternberg/14 BGSU EN Carpenter, Ryan/17 -

# 5 6 7 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 28 33 T 31

Bow ling G reen G A Pi Sh +/- Bl Peltoma, Ryan 1 0 0 2 +3 1 Sullivan, Mike 0 0 0 1 +2 2 Hafner, Rusty 0 1 0 1 0 0 Rodriguez, Marc 0 0 0 1 -1 0 DeSalvo, Dan 0 0 2 4 0 0 Williamson, Bryc 1 0 2 4 +1 0 Berkle, Adam 1 0 0 4 +2 0 Wojtala, Camde 1 1 0 1 +2 0 Perrier, Marcus 0 1 0 0 +2 0 Murphy, Ben 0 0 0 2 +1 1 Pletsch, Ted 0 0 2 0 -1 0 Carpenter, Ryan 2 1 0 3 +4 2 Tate, Brent 0 1 2 1 0 0 Mohler, Brett 0 1 2 3 +2 0 Mingo, Dajon 0 2 0 1 +3 2 Cooper, Mark 0 0 2 2 +1 1 Shea, Bobby 0 1 4 2 +3 0 Freibergs, Ralfs 0 0 0 0 0 0 Burke, Tommy dnp Totals 6 9 16 32 +2 9

Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET

Min GA 58:12 1:48

1 2 3 Saves

2 10 6 10 0 0 0 0

26 0

LSSU 30 Kevin Kapalka ##

Player Kellan Lain Kellan Lain Perrier, Marcus Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby

Team MinOffense LSSU 5.Ct LSSU 10.Game Misconduct BGSU 2.Interference BGSU 2.Holding BGSU 2.Slashing

Time 01:19 PP 01:19 07:55 PP 14:35 PP 20:00

Prd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Matt Bruneteau Williamson, Bryce Andrew Perrault Mingo, Dajon Nick McParland

20,7,33,19,11

28,22,13,25,4 33,11,12,5,10,1

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 2 -4 0 0 0 1 -1 0 1 0 1 -2 0 1 0 1 -1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -4 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 4 1 -2 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 0 0 -4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 -2 0 0 2 0 0 dnp 3 5 12 24 -25

Bl 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU LSSU 1st 0-1 (1) 1-2 (1) 2nd 0-1 (0) 0-2 (2) 3rd 0-2 (1) 1-2 (4) Total 0-4 (2) 2-6 (7) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU LSSU 1st 3-6 2-4 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 3-6 3-6 Total 8-16 6-12 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. Mingo, Dajon 3. Eric Drapluk Officials: Referee:Keith Sergott Referee:Barry Pochmara Linesman:Timothy Likens Linesman:Bruce Vida

11

GOALTENDERS Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1 2 3 Saves

0 11 14 6

31

Bow ling G reen Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W ##

Min

GA

60:00

3

1

Team LSSU BGSU LSSU BGSU LSSU

MiOffense 2.Roughing Atw 2.Interference 2.Cross-Checking 2.Cross-Checking 2.Facemasking

Win-Kevin Kapalka (7-8-1). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (8-12-3). Referee's signature

Time 20:00 02:31 PP 00:31 00:31 15:11 PP

2

3 Saves

3 10 8

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

27,5,10,16

15,2,11,22

LSSU Andrew Perrault Kelin Ainsworth Dan Radke Nick McParland Colin Campbell Ben Power Stephen Perfetto Buddy Robinson Zach Loesch Bryce Schmitt Kellan Lain Chris Ciotti Kevin Czuczman Eric Drapluk Domenic Monard Matt Bruneteau Daniel Vernace Zach Sternberg TEAM Niels-Erik Ravn Totals

GOALTENDERS ##

13,22,5,25,29 7,27,26,19,5

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 11 11 10 32 LSSU 4 11 9 24

Team

29,5,21,23,10 25,10,11,14,24

22,25,4,28

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 4 1 6 LSSU 1 1 1 3

Team

21

LSSU 1 Kevin Murdock 30 Kevin Kapalka EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min 40:00 19:14 0:46

GA

1

2

3 Saves

5 10 7 0 0 0 0 9 1 0 0 0

17 9 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Player Kevin Czuczman Tate, Brent DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryce Domenic Monardo Shea, Bobby Pletsch, Ted

Team MinOffense LSSU 2.Roughing Atw BGSU 2.Roughing Atw BGSU 2.Slashing BGSU 2.Hooking LSSU 2.Boarding BGSU 2.Holding BGSU 2.Boarding

Time 02:06 02:06 06:22 08:55 15:16 01:43 14:13

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Chris Ciotti Cooper, Mark TEAM Mohler, Brett Kellan Lain Shea, Bobby Kellan Lain

Team LSSU BGSU LSSU BGSU LSSU BGSU LSSU

MiOffense 2.Cross-Checking 2.Hooking 2.Too Many Players O 2.Holding 2.Cross-Checking 2.Roughing Atw 2.Roughing Atw

Time 15:25 06:23 08:45 11:25 19:01 19:01 19:01

PP PP PP PP

Win-Hammond, Andrew (9-13-3). Loss-Kevin Murdock (10-12-0). Referee's signature

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Lake Superior State - Results DATE

PLACE

3/10/13

TIME

RESULT

Sault Ste. Marie, MI 7:05 p.m * CCHA Opening Round

W, 7-0

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs LSSU (Mar 10, 2013 at Sault Ste. Marie, MI) Bowling Green (15-19-5, 10-15-3-1) vs. LSSU (17-21-1, 11-16-1-1) Date: Mar 10, 2013 • Location: Sault Ste. Marie, MI • Arena: Taffy Abel Arena Attendance: 1084 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:20 PM • Total time: 2:15 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 01:58 BGSU EV DeSalvo, Dan/4 2. 1st 06:00 BGSU EV Wojtala, Camden/8 3. 2nd 03:36 BGSU EV DeSalvo, Dan/5 4. 2nd 10:11 BGSU SH Carpenter, Ryan/18 5. 3rd 02:38 BGSU EV Rodriguez, Marc/15 6. 3rd 06:18 BGSU PP Freibergs, Ralfs/1 7. 3rd 12:44 BGSU EN Berkle, Adam/7

Assists Murphy, Ben/5 Mohler, Brett/4 Williamson, Bryce/5 Murphy, Ben/3 Freibergs, Ralfs/6 Sullivan, Mike/15 Berkle, Adam/14 Tate, Brent/9 Pletsch, Ted Williamson, Bryc/7 DeSalvo, Dan Carpenter, Ryan/15 Freibergs, Ralfs

Vis. on ice Home on ice 11,17,26,15,2 14,11,17,33,12 14,24,12,15,2 16,33,20,17,7 11,17,5,29,26 9,28,24,33,18 22,4,13,28

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Burke, Tommy Totals

G 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 +2 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 +3 0 0 1 +1 1 0 4 +2 2 2 3 +1 1 2 3 +2 0 0 5 +1 0 2 0 +2 2 0 1 +2 1 2 1 +1 1 2 1 +2 1 0 2 +1 1 0 3 +1 0 2 3 +1 0 0 3 +2 0 0 1 +1 2 0 1 +3 dnp 7 13 12 33 +2

Bl 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 11

# 5 7 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 28 33 1 31

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 8 13 12 33 LSSU 8 8 7 23

11,14,33,16,19

Team

10,23,21,5,29 14,27,19,11,5 29,12,11,23,14 14,12,27 13,22,5,29,25 26,16,20,10,27,

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 31

LSSU Andrew Perrault Dan Radke Austin McKay Nick McParland Colin Campbell Ben Power Stephen Perfetto Buddy Robinson Zach Loesch Bryce Schmitt Kellan Lain Chris Ciotti Kevin Czuczman Eric Drapluk Domenic Monard Matt Bruneteau Daniel Vernace Zach Sternberg Kevin Murdock Niels-Erik Ravn Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 1 -3 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 4 1 -3 0 0 0 1 -3 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 -2 0 0 2 1 -2 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 4 0 -2 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 3 -4 dnp dnp 0 0 16 23 -31

Bl 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 4 1 6 0 0

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 2 2 3 7 LSSU 0 0 0 0

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU LSSU 1st 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) 2nd 0-3 (6) 0-2 (0) 3rd 1-3 (6) 0-1 (0) Total 1-6 (12) 0-4 (2) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU LSSU 1st 3-6 1-2 2nd 2-4 4-8 3rd 1-2 3-6 Total 6-12 8-16 Three stars: 1. DeSalvo, Dan 2. Hammond, Andrew 3. Freibergs, Ralfs Officials: Referee:Keith Sergott Referee:Barry Pochmara Linesman:Timothy Likens Linesman:Bruce Vida

19

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew W EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 59:55 0:05

0 0

1 2 3 Saves

8 8 7 0 0 0

23 0

LSSU 30 Kevin Kapalka EMPTY NET ##

Dec

L

Min GA 55:52 4:08

6 1

1 2 3 Saves

6 11 9 0 0 0

26 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player Carpenter, Ryan Chris Ciotti Pletsch, Ted Williamson, Bryce Matt Bruneteau Matt Bruneteau Berkle, Adam

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Roughing Atw LSSU 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.High Sticking BGSU 2.Tripping LSSU 2.Tripping LSSU 2.Holding BGSU 2.Holding

Time 06:35 PP 18:33 18:33 19:53 PP 04:29 PP 07:56 07:56

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Mingo, Dajon Stephen Perfetto Nick McParland Ben Power Kevin Czuczman Perrier, Marcus Stephen Perfetto

Team BGSU LSSU LSSU LSSU LSSU BGSU LSSU

MiOffense 2.Hooking 2.High Sticking 2.Interference 2.Slashing 2.Roughing 2.Tripping 2.High Sticking

Win-Hammond, Andrew (10-13-3). Loss-Kevin Kapalka (7-9-1). Referee's signature

Time 09:00 12:54 17:05 04:23 05:45 07:19 16:51

PP PP PP PP PP

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Canisius - Results DATE

PLACE

1/5/13 1/6/13

TIME

Buffalo, NY Buffalo, NY

Bowling Green (5-10-5) vs. Canisius (6-9-5) Date: 01/06/13 • Location: Buffalo, N.Y. • Arena: Buffalo Sports Arena Attendance: 629 • Start time: 12:05 pm • End time: 2:09 • Total time: 2:04

Bowling Green (4-10-5) vs. Canisius (6-8-5) Date: 01/05/13 • Location: Buffalo, N.Y. • Arena: Buffalo Sports Arena Attendance: 738 • Start time: 12:05 pm • End time: 2:22 • Total time: 2:17 Prd Time 1st 07:27 1st 19:55 3rd 01:30 3rd 16:03

Team BGSU CAN CAN BGSU

Scored by EV Murphy, Ben/1 EV BOHRER, Ryan/2 EV GRAZEN, Matthew/4 PP Carpenter, Ryan/6

Assists Tate, Brent DANFORD, Ben Mingo, Dajon Williamson, Bryce

Vis. on ice 17,23,11,4,28 24,5,13,14,3 17,23,5,11,3 22,12,25,4,14

Home on ice 44,3,14,10,8 12,16,14,4,94 94,4,24,12,93 14,16,4,61

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 31

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 2 -2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 +1 dnp 2 3 4 35 -5

Bl 0 4 0 2 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 16

# 3 4 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 21 24 26 40 44 49 61 93 94 29 31

Canisius JESSEY, Doug PARKER, Ben McCRANK, Mitch LINDSAY, Torrey BOHRER, Ryan MILLER, Stephen SHUPE, Preston GIBBONS, Kyle DANFORD, Ben McKELLAR, Dunc RUMBLE, Chris SULLIVAN, Patric BECK, Doug BARREA, Chris WISEMAN, Tyler RIGNEY, Braede CUDDEMI, Ralph GRAZEN, Matthe HARRIS, Adam CAPOBIANCO, T Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 +2 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 1 0 0 2 +2 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 +1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 +1 1 0 0 1 +2 dnp dnp 2 1 4 31 +5

Bl 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 9

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 2nd 05:06 CAN EV FREEMAN, Cody/2 2. 2nd 17:03 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon/4

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 OT Tot

BGSU 1 0 1 0 CAN 1 0 1 0

2 2

Dec

Min GA 1 Hammond, Andrew T 65:00 2

1 2 3 OT Saves

7 11 9 2

29

## Canisius

5. 3rd 18:28 BGSU EV Rodriguez, Marc/1

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU CAN 1st 0-1 (2) 0-1 (1) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (1) 3rd 1-1 (3) 0-0 (0) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 1-2 (5) 0-2 (2) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU CAN 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 1-2 0-0 3rd 0-0 1-2 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 2-4 2-4 Three stars: 1. Carpenter, Ryan 2. GRAZEN, Matthew 3. ASMUNDSON, Keegan Officials: Referee:Joseph Baudo Referee:Steve Marofsky Linesman:Aaron Wallace Linesman:Adam Bell

Min GA 33 ASMUNDSON, Keeg T 65:00 2

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Hammond, Andr Totals

G A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 3 5

Pi Sh +/- Bl 0 1 -1 1 0 2 +2 0 0 1 -1 0 0 1 +2 0 0 3 +1 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 +1 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 30 +5 7

33

Green 31 Burke, Tommy

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Interference CAN 2.Boarding

Time 07:38 PP 14:24 PP

Prd Player 2nd Pletsch, Ted 3rd BARREA, Chris

# 3 4 5 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 20 21 25 26 49 61 93 94 29 33

Canisius JESSEY, Doug PARKER, Ben FARRELL, Steph McCRANK, Mitch LINDSAY, Torrey BOHRER, Ryan MILLER, Stephen SHUPE, Preston GIBBONS, Kyle DANFORD, Ben FREEMAN, Cody McKELLAR, Dunc BACKHOUSE, Ma SULLIVAN, Patric WISEMAN, Tyler RIGNEY, Braede CUDDEMI, Ralph GRAZEN, Matthe HARRIS, Adam ASMUNDSON, K Totals

1 2 3 Saves

2 11 10 11

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd Player 1st Rodriguez, Marc 1st MILLER, Stephen

10,14,24,3,5 14,25,10,61,3

G A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 3

Pi Sh +/- Bl 0 1 -2 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 +1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 5 -2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 -2 0 0 4 +1 1 0 2 +1 5 0 6 +1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 -2 3 0 2 +1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 34 -5 16

Team 1 2 3 Tot

BGSU 8 10 12 30 CAN 11 11 12 34 Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU CAN 1st 0-1 (4) 0-1 (2) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-1 (4) 0-1 (2) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU CAN 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 0-0 0-0 3rd 0-0 0-0 Total 1-2 1-2 Three stars: 1. Rodriguez, Marc 2. GIBBONS, Kyle 3. Tate, Brent Officials: Referee:Jim Visconte Referee:Chris Foote Linesman:Adam Bell Linesman:Aaron Wallace

GOALTENDERS

1 2 3 OT Saves

7 12 11 3

Vis. on ice Home on ice Goals by Period 11,4,23,17,28 20,15,16,5,26 Team 1 2 3 Tot 25,13,22,28,15 8,25,14,3,10 BGSU 0 1 2 3 CAN 0 1 1 2 23,17,3,5,11 15,4,26,20,5 2,13,22,15,25 15,20,4,5,26 Shots by Period

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 1

## Bowling Dec

Assists GIBBONS, Kyle Berkle, Adam Carpenter, Ryan DeSalvo, Dan FREEMAN, Cody SULLIVAN, Patrick Wojtala, Camden Mohler, Brett

3. 3rd 07:42 BGSU EV Tate, Brent/1 4. 3rd 15:00 CAN EV GIBBONS, Kyle/6

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 OT Tot BGSU 8 12 12 3 35 CAN 8 11 10 2 31

GOALTENDERS ## Bowling Green

T, 2-2 W, 3-2

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Canisius (01/06/13 at Buffalo, N.Y.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs Canisius (01/05/13 at Buffalo, N.Y.)

1. 2. 3. 4.

RESULT

12:05 p.m. 12:05 p.m.

32

## Canisius

Dec

31 CAPOBIANCO, Ton L EMPTY NET

Min GA 59:12 0:48

1 2 3 Saves

3 8 9 10 0 0 0 0

27 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Team MiOffense BGSU 2.Slashing CAN 2.Hooking

Bowling Green-Hammond, Andrew (3-7-3). Canisius-ASMUNDSON, Keegan (1-0-1). Referee's signature

Time 14:11 PP 15:50 PP

Prd Player 1st Williamson, Bryce

Team MinOffense BGSU 2.Hooking

Time 00:22 PP

Prd Player 1st RIGNEY, Braeden

Team MiOffense CAN 2.Tripping

Time 05:14 PP

Win-Burke, Tommy (2-3-2). Loss-CAPOBIANCO, Tony (5-9-4). Referee's signature

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Miami - Results DATE

PLACE

1/25/13 1/26/13

TIME

Oxford, Ohio Oxford, Ohio

7:35 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #6 Miami (Jan 25, 2013 at Oxford, Ohio)

Assists Peltoma, Ryan/1 Carpenter, Ryan/10 Riley Barber/17 Matthew Caito/8 Curtis McKenzie/9 Matthew Caito/9

2. 2nd 00:51 MIAM PP Cody Murphy/5 3. 2nd 08:40 MIAM PP Cody Murphy/6

Vis. on ice Home on ice 26,2,22,25,15 27,14,22,5,26 28,4,13,22

14,16,11,7,8

5,24,3,27

14,16,8,7,11

Bowling Green Hammond, Andr Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Pletsch, Ted Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby TEAM Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 +1 1 0 2 4 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 dnp 1 2 8 22 +5

Bl 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 0

# 2 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 44 T 35

14

Miam i Taylor Richart Chris Joyaux Austin Czarnik Matthew Caito Sean Kuraly Alex Wideman Riley Barber Alex Gacek Cody Murphy Curtis McKenzie Max Cook Jimmy Mullin Kevin Morris Garrett Kennedy Blake Coleman Joe Hartman Marc Hagel Steven Spinell TEAM Ryan McKay Totals

Bowling Green (8-13-5, 5-10-3-1CCHA) vs. Miami (15-6-5, 10-4-4-4CCHA) Date: Jan 26, 2013 • Location: Oxford, Ohio • Arena: Steve Cady Arena Attendance: 3335 • Start time: 7:05pm • End time: 9:15 • Total time: 2:10 Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 0 0 1 MIAM 0 2 0 2

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 05:20 MIAM EV Jimmy Mullin/3

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 8 4 10 22 MIAM 8 12 6 26

3. 1st 18:43 BGSU EV Mingo, Dajon/6

Team

Assists Blake Coleman/5 Matthew Caito/10 Sean Kuraly/4 Steven Spinell/4 DeSalvo, Dan/13 Carpenter, Ryan/11 Steven Spinell/5 Sean Kuraly/5

2. 1st 10:28 MIAM EV Bryon Paulazzo/3

Team

TEAM SUMMARY # 1 2 3 4 5 11 12 13 14 15 17 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 T 31

L, 1-2 L, 1-3

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Bowling Green vs #6 Miami (Jan 26, 2013 at Oxford, Ohio)

Bowling Green (8-12-5, 5-9-3-1 CCHA) vs. Miami (14-6-5, 9-4-4-4 CCHA) Date: Jan 25, 2013 • Location: Oxford, Ohio • Arena: Steve Cady Arena Attendance: 2911 • Start time: 7:35pm • End time: 9:50pm • Total time: 2:15 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 16:36 BGSU EV Cooper, Mark/7

RESULT

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 5 -1 0 1 15 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 2 4 25 26 -5

Bl 0 1 2 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 3 0 21

4. 2nd 06:00 MIAM PP Jimmy Mullin/4

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU MIAMI 1st 0-1 (3) 0-0 (1) 2nd 0-1 (1) 2-2 (4) 3rd 0-3 (3) 0-1 (0) Total 0-5 (7) 2-3 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU MIAMI 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 2-4 5-21 Total 4-8 7-25 Three stars: 1. Cody Murphy 2. Jay Williams 3. Matthew Caito Officials: Referee:Mark Wilkins Referee:Matthew Miller Linesman:Dan Cohen Linesman:Patrick Bracco

Vis. on ice Home on ice Goals by Period 24,27,10,4,28 20,25,8,44,19 Team 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 1 0 0 1 25,22,26,2,15 15,9,44,12,8 MIAM 2 1 0 3 25,11,22,15,2 14,27,5,26,22 14,24,15,2

20,44,9,10,12

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31

Bowling Green Peltoma, Ryan Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Delgadillo, Jose Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Burke, Tommy Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 1 0 3 +1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 -1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 -1 dnp 1 2 10 24 -5

Bl 2 4 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 16

# 2 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 44 1

Miam i Taylor Richart Chris Joyaux Austin Czarnik Matthew Caito Sean Kuraly Alex Wideman Riley Barber Alex Gacek Cody Murphy Bryon Paulazzo Max Cook Jimmy Mullin Kevin Morris Garrett Kennedy Blake Coleman Joe Hartman Marc Hagel Steven Spinell Jay Williams Totals

G A Pi Sh +/0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 +2 0 2 2 3 +1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 1 +1 2 0 0 4 +1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 +1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 3 -1 0 2 2 2 +2 dnp 3 6 9 34 +5

Bl 2 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 16

GOALTENDERS Bowling Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET ##

Min GA 58:32 1:28

2 0

1 2 3 Saves

8 10 6 0 0 0

24 0

Miam i 1 Jay Williams ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Joe Hartman Cooper, Mark TEAM Sean Kuraly Sean Kuraly Blake Coleman

Team MinOffense Time Miami 2.Kneeing 10:12 BGSU 2.Boarding 19:04 BGSU 2.Too Many Players On 07:59 Miami 2.Charging The Goalie 12:38 Miami 2.Kneeing 03:48 Miami 2.Unsportsmanlike Con 06:56

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Shea, Bobby Curtis McKenzie Curtis McKenzie Hammond, Andrew Blake Coleman

Team MiOffense Time BGSU 2.Roughing Atw 06:56 Miami 5.Hitting From Behind 11:19 Miami 10.Disqualification 11:19 BGSU 2.Tripping 17:45 PP Miami 2.O-Holding 18:34

21

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BGSU MIAMI 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-1 (3) 1-1 (2) 3rd 0-1 (1) 0-3 (2) Total 0-2 (4) 1-4 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BGSU MIAMI 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 1-2 2-7 3rd 3-6 0-0 Total 5-10 3-9 Three stars: 1. Jimmy Mullin 2. Ryan McKay 3. Sean Kuraly Officials: Referee:Mark Wilkins Referee:Matthew Miller Linesman:Dan Cohen Linesman:Patrick Bracco

GOALTENDERS

1 2 3 Saves

7 4 10

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BGSU 5 12 7 24 MIAM 14 11 9 34

Team

## Bowling

Green Dec 1 Hammond, Andrew L EMPTY NET

Min GA 59:25 0:35

1 2 3 Saves

3 12 10 9 0 0 0 0

31 0

## Miam i

35 Ryan McKay

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

1

1 2 3 Saves

4 12 7

23

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Player Steven Spinell Perrier, Marcus Tate, Brent Sean Kuraly

Team MinOffense Miami 2.Roughing BGSU 2.Holding BGSU 2.Charging Miami 2.Hitting From Behind

Time 16:23 16:23 04:14 PP 07:43 PP

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Taylor Richart Tate, Brent Delgadillo, Jose Mohler, Brett

Team Miami BGSU BGSU BGSU

MiOffense 5.Charging 2.Interference 2.Tripping 2.O-Hooking

Time 19:09 PP 03:18 07:32 PP 15:20 PP

Win-Ryan McKay (5-2-2). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (6-10-3).

Win-Jay Williams (10-4-3). Loss-Hammond, Andrew (6-9-3). Referee's signature

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Northern Michigan - Results DATE

PLACE

2/22/13 2/23/13

Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green, Ohio

3. 2nd 06:07 NMU PP Ryan Daugherty/10 4. 2nd 10:36 NMU EV Stephan Vigier/7 5. 2nd 16:41 BGSU EV Kucera, Connor/2 6. 2nd 17:55 BGSU PP Carpenter, Ryan/14 7. 3rd 14:04 NMU EV Erik Higby/7

Vis. on ice Home on ice 40,4,24,29,20 13,22,3,5,15 74,12,26,9,33 27,24,28,4 29,24,40,11,4 13,22,15,8 40,74,20,25,4 22,25,28,4,26 40,74,20,24,33 3,27,5,24,16 27,9,12,24

22,26,25,4,14

26,12,9,33,24 22,26,25,15,3

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 9 11 12 14 16 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 29 33 40 74 1

# 3 4 5 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30

Northern M ichiga G A Pi Sh +/- Bl Scott Macaulay 0 1 0 0 +2 2 Reed Seckel 0 0 2 3 +1 1 Ryan Aynsley 0 0 0 1 0 0 Matt Thurber 0 2 0 0 +1 2 Brian Nugent 0 0 4 0 0 0 Jake Johnson 0 0 2 0 0 0 Kory Kaunisto 0 0 2 1 0 1 Darren Nowick 0 0 0 0 +1 0 Justin Rose 0 0 0 1 0 0 Jake Baker 0 0 0 1 0 2 CJ Ludwig 0 1 2 1 +1 3 Austin Handley 0 1 2 1 +1 1 Erik Higby 1 1 0 2 +1 0 Wade Epp 0 0 0 0 0 1 Ryan Daugherty 1 0 0 3 +1 0 Kyle Follmer 0 0 0 3 0 2 Stephan Vigier 2 1 0 2 +1 2 Mitch Jones 1 1 2 2 0 0 Michael Doan dnp Totals 5 8 16 21 +1 17

G A Pi Sh +/1 0 2 2 -1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 4 -1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 5 -2 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 4 -3 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 1 0 2 -2 0 1 0 3 -2 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 2 1 -1 dnp 2 4 10 39 -10

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Delgadillo, Jose DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Sumsion, Chad Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Zacharias, Scott Totals

Bl 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 03:55 NMU PP Erik Higby/8

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot NMU 2 2 1 5 BGSU 0 2 0 2

Team

2. 1st 17:13 BGSU EV Wallace, Andrew/2 3. 1st 18:33 BGSU PP Murphy, Ben/4

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot NMU 5 9 7 21 BGSU 8 20 11 39

4. 2nd 11:06 BGSU EV Carpenter, Ryan/15 5. 2nd 18:43 NMU PP Darren Nowick/5

Team

6. 3rd 12:41 NMU EV Brian Nugent/2

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd NMU BGSU 1st 1-2 (1) 0-3 (1) 2nd 1-2 (2) 1-2 (10) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-2 (2) Total 2-4 (3) 1-7 (13) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd NMU BGSU 1st 3-6 2-4 2nd 2-4 2-4 3rd 3-6 1-2 Total 8-16 5-10 Three stars: 1. Stephan Vigier 2. Jared Coreau 3. Carpenter, Ryan Officials: Referee:Brent Gawlik Referee:Colin Kronfrost Linesman:Patrick Bracco Linesman:Justin Petterle

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

2

1

2

3 Saves

8 18 11

37

Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy ##

L

Player Brian Nugent Kucera, Connor CJ Ludwig Reed Seckel Tate, Brent DeSalvo, Dan Jake Johnson

Team MinOffense Time NMU 2.Indirect Cth Roughing00:59 BGSU 2.Boarding 04:12 NMU 2.Interference 11:43 NMU 2.Indirect Cth Roughing13:55 BGSU 2.Slashing 18:35 BGSU 2.Hooking 05:00 NMU 2.Hooking 07:08

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Berkle, Adam Austin Handley Kory Kaunisto Mitch Jones Brian Nugent Shea, Bobby

19,27,23,29,9 27,3,17,10,5 25,74,40,4

17,27,29,23,11

20,40,74,33,24 22,13,5,4,17 24,40,20,29,4 14,11,4,3 14,29,19,25,4 4,28,22,26,23 40,4,11,24,29 28,11,10,4 29,12,9,24,33,7 24,28,15,27,14

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 4 9 11 12 14 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 29 33 40 74 1

Northern M ichiga G A Pi Sh +/Ryan Kesti 0 0 0 0 0 Scott Macaulay 0 0 4 0 0 Reed Seckel 0 0 4 4 -2 Ryan Aynsley 0 0 0 0 -1 Matt Thurber 0 0 0 0 -1 Brian Nugent 1 0 2 1 +1 Kory Kaunisto 0 1 14 1 0 Darren Nowick 1 0 0 1 -1 Justin Rose 0 0 0 1 0 Jake Baker 0 0 0 0 -1 CJ Ludwig 0 1 0 1 -3 Austin Handley 0 0 0 0 +1 Erik Higby 1 0 0 2 0 Wade Epp 0 0 0 0 -1 Ryan Daugherty 0 2 0 2 -2 Kyle Follmer 0 1 2 2 -2 Stephan Vigier 0 0 0 3 -2 Mitch Jones 0 1 0 2 -2 Michael Doan dnp Totals 3 6 26 20 -16

Northern M ichigan 31 Jared Coreau EMPTY NET ##

Dec

Vis. on ice Home on ice 26,74,33,12,9 28,4,22,13

Bl 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 3 3 0 1 1 1

# 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

17

G A 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 dnp 5 5

Bowling Green Kucera, Connor Sullivan, Mike Hafner, Rusty Rodriguez, Marc DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryc Berkle, Adam Wojtala, Camde Perrier, Marcus Murphy, Ben Carpenter, Ryan Tate, Brent Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Cooper, Mark Wallace, Andrew Shea, Bobby Freibergs, Ralfs Zacharias, Scott Totals

Pi Sh +/- Bl 0 0 +1 2 0 0 +1 0 0 0 +2 1 0 4 +2 0 0 3 +1 1 15 0 0 0 0 1 +1 0 2 1 +1 2 2 0 +1 0 0 6 +2 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 -1 0 0 4 +1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 3 +2 1 14 2 +1 0 2 0 0 2

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot NMU 1 1 1 3 BGSU 2 1 2 5

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot NMU 4 7 9 20 BGSU 17 6 7 30

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd NMU BGSU 1st 1-2 (2) 1-4 (9) 2nd 1-3 (3) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-1 (3) Total 2-6 (7) 1-6 (12) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd NMU BGSU 1st 7-22 5-29 2nd 1-2 3-6 3rd 1-2 1-2 Total 9-26 9-37 Three stars: 1. Shea, Bobby 2. Wallace, Andrew 3. Carpenter, Ryan Officials: Referee:Brent Gawlik Referee:Colin Kronfrost Linesman:Patrick Bracco Linesman:Justin Petterle Game timekeeper:Dane Mansfield

37 30 +1 10

GOALTENDERS

Min GA 60:00

5

1

2

3 Saves

3 7 6

16

Dec

L

Min GA 58:35 1:25

1

2

3 Saves

4 15 5 5 1 0 0 0

25 0

Bowling Green 31 Burke, Tommy ##

Dec

W

Min GA 60:00

3

1

2

3 Saves

3 6 8

17

PENALTY SUMMARY

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

7. 3rd 15:40 BGSU SH Shea, Bobby/4 8. 3rd 19:59 BGSU EN Mohler, Brett/5

Assists Mitch Jones/10 Kyle Follmer/7 Kucera, Connor/6 Murphy, Ben/4 Wallace, Andrew/5 Freibergs, Ralfs/1 Berkle, Adam/12 Ryan Daugherty CJ Ludwig Ryan Daugherty/6 Kory Kaunisto/3 -

7

GOALTENDERS Northern M ichigan 31 Jared Coreau ##

L, 2-5 W, 5-3

Northern Michigan (14-16-4, 8-14-4-1) vs. Bowling Green (13-16-5, 10-13-3-1) Date: Feb 23, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 3872 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:30 • Total time: 2:25

Northern Michigan (14-15-4, 8-13-4-1) vs. Bowling Green (12-16-5, 9-13-3-1) Date: Feb 22, 2013 • Location: Bowling Green, Ohio • Arena: BGSU Ice Arena Attendance: 2285 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:20 pm • Total time: 2:15 Assists Scott Macaulay/10 Matt Thurber/25 Erik Higby/11 CJ Ludwig/10 Stephan Vigier/13 Mitch Jones/9 Austin Handley/3 Wallace, Andrew/4 Mohler, Brett/2 Cooper, Mark/7 Mingo, Dajon/12 Matt Thurber/26

RESULT

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Northern Michigan vs Bowling Green (Feb 23, 2013 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Northern Michigan vs Bowling Green (Feb 22, 2013 at Bowling Green, Ohio)

Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 06:29 NMU EV Stephan Vigier/6 2. 1st 19:36 NMU PP Mitch Jones/3

TIME

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Team BGSU NMU NMU NMU NMU BGSU

MiOffense 2.High Sticking 2.Roughing 2.Tripping 2.Holding The Stick 2.Roughing Atw 2.Cross-Checking

Win-Jared Coreau (14-15-4). Loss-Burke, Tommy (4-6-2).

Time 11:43 17:39 06:14 10:39 16:48 16:48

PP PP PP PP

Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Player Williamson, Bryce Williamson, Bryce Reed Seckel Scott Macaulay Reed Seckel Kyle Follmer Shea, Bobby Shea, Bobby Kory Kaunisto

Team MinOffense Time BGSU 5.Checking From Behin 00:22 BGSU 10.Game Misconduct 00:22 NMU 2.Interference 09:49 NMU 2.Tripping 11:18 NMU 2.Charging 15:10 NMU 2.Hitting After Whistle 17:31 BGSU 2.Roughing 17:31 BGSU 2.Roughing 17:31 NMU 2.Roughing 17:31

PP PP PP PP

Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Kory Kaunisto Shea, Bobby Kory Kaunisto Perrier, Marcus Freibergs, Ralfs Brian Nugent Tate, Brent Scott Macaulay Wojtala, Camden

Team NMU BGSU NMU BGSU BGSU NMU BGSU NMU BGSU

MiOffense Time 2.Roughing 17:31 10.10-Minute Miscondu 17:31 10.10-Minute Miscondu 17:31 2.High Sticking 01:14 2.Interference 03:25 2.Slashing 14:11 2.Elbowing 17:00 2.Hooking 07:01 2.Holding 14:26

PP PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Burke, Tommy (5-6-2). Loss-Jared Coreau (14-16-4).

Referee's signature

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Bowling Green State University Hockey Bowling Green Combined Team Statistics (as of Aug 09, 2013) All games D a te O ct 06 O ct 12 O ct 13 O ct 19 O ct 20 * O ct 26 * O ct 27 * N ov 02 * N ov 03 * N ov 09 * N ov 10 * N ov 16 * N ov 17 * N ov 21 * D ec 07 * D ec 08 * D ec 15 D ec 29 0 1 /0 5 /1 3 0 1 /0 6 /1 3 * Jan 08 * Jan 15 * Jan 18 * Jan 19 * Jan 25 * Jan 26 * Feb 01 * Feb 02 * Feb 08 * Feb 09 * Feb 15 * Feb 16 * Feb 22 * Feb 23 * M ar 01 * M ar 02 M ar 08 M ar 09 M ar 10 M ar 15 & M ar 16

A tt. 1066 2205 2242 865 968 2703 2233 4641 2489 3736 1818 1836 2041 4929 2523 2719 2394 1823 738 629 4854 2692 2782 3147 2911 3335 2932 3018 3436 5140 2270 2565 2285 3872 5022 5022 1431 1587 1084 4712 4912

R e c o rd : ALL G AM ES CONFERENCE N O N -C O N F E R E N

BGSU

OPP

1 0 0 -1 1 4 2 .0 8 8 2 .4 2 7 .9

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

T o ta l O p p o n e n ts

2 3 -1 6 7 .1 3 8 253 .0 9 1

3 8 -1 6 1 .2 3 6 206 .1 8 4

23 2 4 0 6 1 0 0

38 7 2 1 5 2 0 0

214 518 5 .2 1 2 .6 1 2 5 8 -1 3 6 8 .4 7 9 1 -9

220 519 5 .4 1 2 .7 1 3 6 8 -1 2 5 8 .5 2 1 3 -9

O pponent a t N ia g a ra # 1 0 U N IO N # 1 0 U N IO N a t C o lg a te a t C o lg a te OSU OSU a t M ic h ig a n S ta te M IC H IG A N S T A T E a t # 1 0 W e s te rn M ic h ig a n # 1 0 W E S T E R N M IC H IG A N # 2 0 F E R R IS S T A T E # 2 0 F E R R IS S T A T E a t # 1 9 M ic h ig a n a t A la s k a a t A la s k a #3 N O TR E D AM E # 1 7 N IA G A R A a t C a n is iu s a t C a n is iu s a t M ic h ig a n #5 N O TR E D AM E # 1 0 W E S T E R N M IC H IG A N a t # 1 0 W e s te rn M ic h ig a n a t # 6 M ia m i a t # 6 M ia m i LSSU LSSU M IC H IG A N S T A T E a t M ic h ig a n S ta te a t F e rris S ta te a t F e rris S ta te N O R T H E R N M IC H IG A N N O R T H E R N M IC H IG A N a t # 1 2 N o tre D a m e a t # 1 2 N o tre D a m e at LSSU at LSSU at LSSU a t # 1 2 N o tre D a m e a t # 1 2 N o tre D a m e

T E A M S T A T IS T IC S S H O T S T A T IS T IC S G o a ls -S h o t a tte m p ts S h o t p c t. G o a ls /G a m e S h o ts /G a m e PO W ER PLAYS G o a ls -P o w e r P la y s C o n v e rs io n P e rc e n t S h o t A tte m p ts S h o t P e rc e n t GOAL BREAKDOW N P o w e r P la y S h o rt-h a n d e d E m p ty n e t P e n a lty U n a s s is te d O v e r tim e S h o o to u t D e la y e d P e n a lty P E N A L T IE S Num ber M in u te s P e n a ltie s /G a m e P e n m in u te s /G a m e F A C E O F F S (W -L ) F a c e o ff W -L P c t. S H O O T O U T S (M a d e -A tt)

Tot L L W L L Tot W L L Tot Lot L L W Tot L W Tot W W W W L L L W W W L W ot L L W L L L W W Lot L

S c o re 2 -2 3 -5 1 -4 3 -1 2 -4 0 -1 3 -3 1 -0 1 -6 1 -3 2 -2 3 -4 1 -3 1 -3 3 -2 3 -3 1 -4 3 -0 2 -2 3 -2 5 -1 4 -2 3 -2 1 -2 1 -2 1 -3 4 -1 7 -3 2 -1 1 -3 2 -1 3 -4 2 -5 5 -3 3 -4 1 -4 0 -2 6 -3 7 -0 0 -1 3 -4

O v e ra ll 1 5 -2 1 -5 1 0 -1 5 -3 5 -6 -2

Hom e 7 -8 -2 6 -6 -2 1 -2 -0

##

P la y e r

gp

p ts

sh

22 11 25 13 28 12 26 14 4 17 23 24 27 3 29 5 15 10 2 16 21 8 18 1 TM

C a rp e n te r, R y a n D e S a lv o , D a n M in g o , D a jo n B e rk le , A d a m Shea, Bobby W illia m s o n , B ry c e C o o p e r, M a rk W o jta la , C a m d e n S u lliv a n , M ik e M u rp h y , B e n T a te , B re n t M o h le r, B re tt W a lla c e , A n d re w K u c e ra , C o n n o r F re ib e rg s , R a lfs H a fn e r, R u s ty P e rrie r, M a rc u s R o d rig u e z , M a rc P e lto m a , R y a n S u m s io n , C h a d P le ts c h , T e d D e lg a d illo , J o s e V is e lli, R y a n H a m m o n d , A n d re w TEAM T o ta l O p p o n e n ts

41 18 15 33 41 5 20 25 41 8 14 22 41 7 14 21 40 4 16 20 40 12 7 19 38 9 7 16 37 8 8 16 41 1 15 16 40 6 7 13 24 4 9 13 37 6 5 11 37 3 5 8 36 2 6 8 8 1 6 7 32 1 5 6 41 0 6 6 29 3 0 3 22 2 1 3 16 0 3 3 16 0 2 2 27 0 1 1 13 0 1 1 29 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 41 100 173 273 41 105 180 285

114 76 104 82 47 99 86 86 66 67 36 57 28 38 5 25 39 24 17 19 5 7 15 0 0 114 113

G o a lie 1 H a m m o n d , A n d re 3 1 B u rk e , T o m m y TM EM PTY N ET ##

gp

g

m in

S a v e s b y P e rio d B o w lin g G re e n O p p o n e n ts

ga

2 9 1 6 2 6 :0 3 6 7 1 6 8 4 1 :5 5 3 6 23 2 0 :5 1 2 4 1 2 4 8 8 :4 9 1 0 5 4 1 2 4 8 8 :4 9 1 0 0

A tte n d a n c e S u m m a ry T o ta l D a te s /A v g P e r D a te N e u tra l S ite # /A v g G o a ls b y P e rio d B o w lin g G re e n O p p o n e n ts

a

A w ay 8 -1 3 -3 4 -9 -1 4 -4 -2

N e u tra l 0 -0 -0 0 -0 -0 0 -0 -0

s h % p e n -m in p p s h

. 1 5 8 1 0 -2 0 6 . 0 6 6 1 5 -3 0 0 . 0 7 7 1 2 -2 4 1 . 0 8 5 2 1 -5 3 0 . 0 8 5 2 4 -5 6 0 . 1 2 1 9 -2 9 3 . 1 0 5 9 -1 8 3 . 0 9 3 3 -6 2 . 0 1 5 9 -1 8 1 . 0 9 0 7 -1 4 5 . 1 1 1 1 5 -5 2 1 . 1 0 5 9 -2 6 0 . 1 0 7 5 -1 8 0 . 0 5 3 1 1 -3 3 0 . 2 0 0 2 -4 1 . 0 4 0 4 -8 0 . 0 0 0 1 8 -3 6 0 . 1 2 5 8 -1 6 0 . 1 1 8 6 -2 3 0 . 0 0 0 0 -0 0 . 0 0 0 4 -8 0 . 0 0 0 5 -1 0 0 . 0 0 0 3 -6 0 . 0 0 0 1 -2 0 . 0 0 0 4 -8 0 . 0 8 8 2 1 4 -5 1 8 2 3 . 0 9 2 2 2 0 -5 1 9 3 8

gaavg saves save%

2 .4 7 745 2 .5 7 287 0 2 .5 3 1 0 3 2 2 .4 1 1 0 4 2 BGSU

O pponent

70806 2 4 /2 9 5 0

2nd

3 rd

OT

25 34

39 42

35 27

1 2

1st

2nd

3 rd

OT

324 362 337 344 354 323

9 21

w -l-t

. 9 1 7 1 0 -1 5 -3 . 8 8 9 5 -6 -2 . 0 0 0 0 -0 -0 . 9 0 8 1 5 -2 1 -5 . 9 1 2 2 1 -1 5 -5

42801 1 7 /2 5 1 8 0 /0 1st

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7

T o ta l 100 105 T o ta l 1032 1042

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Bowling Green State University Hockey Bowling Green Overall Team Statistics (as of Aug 09, 2013) All games Overall: 15-21-5 Conf: 10-15-3 Home: 7-8-2 Away: 8-13-3 Neut: 0-0-0 TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game Assists POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Total Goals Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game Minor Major 10-minute Misconduct Game Misconduct Gross Misconduct Match FACEOFFS (W-L) Faceoff W-L Pct. SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att) ATTENDANCE Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg Goals by Period Bowling Green Opponents Saves by Period Bowling Green Opponents

BGSU

OPP

100-1142 .088 2.4 27.9 173

105-1137 .092 2.6 27.7 180

23-167 .138 253 .091

38-161 .236 206 .184

100 23 2 4 0 6 1 0 0

105 38 7 2 1 5 2 0 0

214 518 5.2 12.6 199 6 3 6 0 0 1258-1368 .479 1-9

220 519 5.4 12.7 207 5 4 2 0 2 1368-1258 .521 3-9

42801 17/2518 0/0

70806 24/2950

Total 100 105

1st 2nd

3rd

OT

1st 2nd

3rd

Total 9 1032 21 1042

25 34

39 42

35 27

324 362 337 344 354 323

1 2

OT

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Bowling Green State University Hockey Bowling Green Overall Individual Statistics (as of Aug 09, 2013) All games O ve ra ll: 1 5 -2 1 -5 C o n f: 1 0 -1 5 -3 H o m e : 7 -8 -2 A w a y: 8 -1 3 -3 N e u t: 0 -0 -0

## 22 11 25 13 28 12 26 14 4 17 23 24 27 3 29 5 15 10 2 16 21 8 18 1 TM

## 1 31 TM

g

a

S h o ts p ts sh

P la y e r

gp

C a rp e n te r, R ya n D e S a lvo , D a n M in g o , D a jo n B e rkle , A d a m Shea, Bobby W illia m so n , B ryce C o o p e r, M a rk W o jta la , C a m d e n S u lliva n , M ike M u rp h y, B e n T a te , B re n t M o h le r, B re tt W a lla ce , A n d re w K u ce ra , C o n n o r F re ib e rg s, R a lfs H a fn e r, R u sty P e rrie r, M a rcu s R o d rig u e z, M a rc P e lto m a , R ya n S u m sio n , C h a d P le tsch , T e d D e lg a d illo , Jo se V ise lli, R ya n H a m m o n d , A n d re w TEAM T o ta l O p p o n e n ts

41 18 15 33 41 5 20 25 41 8 14 22 41 7 14 21 40 4 16 20 40 12 7 19 38 9 7 16 37 8 8 16 41 1 15 16 40 6 7 13 24 4 9 13 37 6 5 11 37 3 5 8 36 2 6 8 8 1 6 7 32 1 5 6 41 0 6 6 29 3 0 3 22 2 1 3 16 0 3 3 16 0 2 2 27 0 1 1 13 0 1 1 29 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 41 100 173 273 41 105 180 285

114 76 104 82 47 99 86 86 66 67 36 57 28 38 5 25 39 24 17 19 5 7 15 0 0 114 113

.1 5 8 .0 6 6 .0 7 7 .0 8 5 .0 8 5 .1 2 1 .1 0 5 .0 9 3 .0 1 5 .0 9 0 .1 1 1 .1 0 5 .1 0 7 .0 5 3 .2 0 0 .0 4 0 .0 0 0 .1 2 5 .1 1 8 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 .0 8 8 .0 9 2

G o a lie

g p -g s

G o a l a v e ra g e m in u te s ga

H a m m o n d , A n d re w B u rke , T o m m y EM PTY NET T o ta l O p p o n e n ts

2 9 -2 8 1 6 -1 3 2 3 -0 4 1 -0 4 1 -0

1 6 2 6 :0 3 8 4 1 :5 5 2 0 :5 1 2 4 8 8 :4 9 2 4 8 8 :4 9

67 36 2 105 100

P e n a ltie s + - p e n -m in m in m a j

sh%

+12 +4 +10 +8 +17 -4 -4 -2 +14 0 +5 -2 0 -1 +3 +10 -1 0 -2 +1 0 0 -3 -3 0 0 +53 -

avg

2 .4 7 2 .5 7 2 .5 3 2 .4 1

1 0 -2 0 1 0 1 5 -3 0 1 5 1 2 -2 4 1 2 2 1 -5 3 1 9 2 4 -5 6 2 3 9 -2 9 7 9 -1 8 9 3 -6 3 9 -1 8 9 7 -1 4 7 1 5 -5 2 1 1 9 -2 6 8 5 -1 8 4 1 1 -3 3 9 2 -4 2 4 -8 4 1 8 -3 6 1 8 8 -1 6 8 6 -2 3 4 0 -0 0 4 -8 4 5 -1 0 5 3 -6 3 1 -2 1 4 -8 4 2 1 4 -5 1 1 9 9 2 2 0 -5 1 2 0 7

Saves saves pct

745 287 0 1032 1042

.9 1 7 .8 8 9 .0 0 0 .9 0 8 .9 1 2

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 5

o th p p s h

0 6 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 3 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 5 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 23 8 38

G o a ls fg g w g t o t

1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 14 15 7 27 21

R e c o rd w l t sho

10 5 0 15 21

15 6 0 21 15

3 2 0 5 5

3 0 0 3 3

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

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

ht pn ua

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

b lk

1 20 0 26 0 19 0 32 2 50 1 12 0 14 0 27 0 69 0 15 0 5 2 17 0 28 0 25 0 2 0 15 0 47 0 12 0 17 0 4 0 1 0 22 0 2 0 0 0 30 6 511 5 596

G o a ls a llo w e d pp sh en pen sog

27 11 0 38 23

4 3 0 7 2

0 0 2 2 4

1 0 0 1 0

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GP

## Goals

GP

22 11 25 13 28 12 26 14 4 17 22 12 26 25 14 13 17 24 11 28

Carpenter, Ryan DeSalvo, Dan Mingo, Dajon Berkle, Adam Shea, Bobby Williamson, Bryce Cooper, Mark Wojtala, Camden Sullivan, Mike Murphy, Ben

Carpenter, Ryan Williamson, Bryce Cooper, Mark Mingo, Dajon Wojtala, Camden Berkle, Adam Murphy, Ben Mohler, Brett DeSalvo, Dan Shea, Bobby

41 41 41 41 40 40 38 37 41 40 41 40 38 41 37 41 40 37 41 40

G

18 5 8 7 4 12 9 8 1 6 G

18 12 9 8 8 7 6 6 5 4

A Pts

Sh

A Pts

Sh

15 20 14 14 16 7 7 8 15 7 15 7 7 14 8 14 7 5 20 16

## Power-Play Goals

GP

PPG

## Short-Handed Goals

GP

SHG

## Game-Winning Goals

GP

GWG

22 17 12 26 14

Carpenter, Ryan Murphy, Ben Williamson, Bryce Cooper, Mark Wojtala, Camden

28 Shea, Bobby 22 Carpenter, Ryan 22 10 26 25

Carpenter, Ryan Rodriguez, Marc Cooper, Mark Mingo, Dajon

## Plus/Minus

28 4 22 25 5 13 23 11 29 2

Shea, Bobby Sullivan, Mike Carpenter, Ryan Mingo, Dajon Hafner, Rusty Berkle, Adam Tate, Brent DeSalvo, Dan Freibergs, Ralfs Peltoma, Ryan

41 40 40 38 37 40 41

41 29 38 41

GP

40 41 41 41 32 41 24 41 8 22

6 5 3 3 2 1 1

3 2 2 2

+/-

+17 +14 +12 +10 +10 +8 +5 +4 +3 +1

33 114 25 76 22 104 21 82 20 47 19 99 16 86 16 86 16 66 13 67 33 114 19 99 16 86 22 104 16 86 21 82 13 67 11 57 25 76 20 47

## Assists

GP

## Shots

GP

41 41 40 38 37 41 41 40 41 37

18 8 12 9 8 7 5 6 1 6

## Shot Pct.

GP

G

11 28 22 4 25 13 23 14 12 26

22 25 12 26 14 13 11 17 4 24 29 22 10 12 2 23 27 24 26 14

DeSalvo, Dan Shea, Bobby Carpenter, Ryan Sullivan, Mike Mingo, Dajon Berkle, Adam Tate, Brent Wojtala, Camden Williamson, Bryce Cooper, Mark Carpenter, Ryan Mingo, Dajon Williamson, Bryce Cooper, Mark Wojtala, Camden Berkle, Adam DeSalvo, Dan Murphy, Ben Sullivan, Mike Mohler, Brett Freibergs, Ralfs Carpenter, Ryan Rodriguez, Marc Williamson, Bryce Peltoma, Ryan Tate, Brent Wallace, Andrew Mohler, Brett Cooper, Mark Wojtala, Camden

41 40 41 41 41 41 24 37 40 38

8 41 29 40 22 24 37 37 38 37

G

5 4 18 1 8 7 4 8 12 9 G

1 18 3 12 2 4 3 6 9 8

A Pts

Sh

A Pts

Sh

Sh%

A Pts

Sh

Sh%

20 16 15 15 14 14 9 8 7 7

15 14 7 7 8 14 20 7 15 5

6 15 0 7 1 9 5 5 7 8

25 76 20 47 33 114 16 66 22 104 21 82 13 36 16 86 19 99 16 86

33 114 22 104 19 99 16 86 16 86 21 82 25 76 13 67 16 66 11 57 7 5 33 114 3 24 19 99 3 17 13 36 8 28 11 57 16 86 16 86

## Penalties

GP

Pen

Min

## Penalty Minutes

GP

Pen

Min

28 13 15 23 11 25 3 22 26 12 28 13 23 15 3 11 12 24 25 2

Shea, Bobby Berkle, Adam Perrier, Marcus Tate, Brent DeSalvo, Dan Mingo, Dajon Kucera, Connor Carpenter, Ryan Cooper, Mark Williamson, Bryce Shea, Bobby Berkle, Adam Tate, Brent Perrier, Marcus Kucera, Connor DeSalvo, Dan Williamson, Bryce Mohler, Brett Mingo, Dajon Peltoma, Ryan

40 41 41 24 41 41 36 41 38 40 40 41 24 41 36 41 40 37 41 22

24 21 18 15 15 12 11 10 9 9 24 21 15 18 11 15 9 9 12 6

.158 .077 .121 .105 .093 .085 .066 .090 .015 .105 .200 .158 .125 .121 .118 .111 .107 .105 .105 .093

56 53 36 52 30 24 33 20 18 29 56 53 52 36 33 30 29 26 24 23

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* * * * * * * * * * * *

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

&

Date Oct 06 Oct 12 Oct 13 Oct 19 Oct 20 Oct 26 Oct 27 Nov 02 Nov 03 Nov 09 Nov 10 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 21 Dec 07 Dec 08 Dec 15 Dec 29 01/05/13 01/06/13 Jan 08 Jan 15 Jan 18 Jan 19 Jan 25 Jan 26 Feb 01 Feb 02 Feb 08 Feb 09 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 22 Feb 23 Mar 01 Mar 02 Mar 08 Mar 09 Mar 10 Mar 15 Mar 16

Opponent

at Niagara #10 UNION #10 UNION at Colgate at Colgate OSU OSU at Michigan State MICHIGAN STATE at #10 Western Michigan #10 WESTERN MICHIGAN #20 FERRIS STATE #20 FERRIS STATE at #19 Michigan at Alaska at Alaska #3 NOTRE DAME #17 NIAGARA at Canisius at Canisius at Michigan #5 NOTRE DAME #10 WESTERN MICHIGAN at #10 Western Michigan at #6 Miami at #6 Miami LSSU LSSU MICHIGAN STATE at Michigan State at Ferris State at Ferris State NORTHERN MICHIGAN NORTHERN MICHIGAN at #12 Notre Dame at #12 Notre Dame at LSSU at LSSU at LSSU at #12 Notre Dame at #12 Notre Dame

Tot L L W L L Tot W L L Tot Lot L L W Tot L W Tot W W W W L L L W W W L Wot L L W L L L W W Lot L

Score

Shots

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

36/30 28/24 22/30 22/25 22/27 25/28 39/24 25/29 19/23 12/32 25/20 36/27 30/15 16/38 16/41 31/44 19/32 43/38 35/31 30/34 32/20 31/22 20/22 19/35 22/26 24/34 33/26 34/30 26/18 28/18 32/37 29/20 39/21 30/20 35/25 27/26 31/28 32/24 33/23 22/36 32/34

Team Record Overall: Conference: Home: Away: Neutral: Overtime:

Overall 0-0-1 0-1-1 0-2-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-4-1 1-4-2 2-4-2 2-5-2 2-6-2 2-6-3 2-7-3 2-8-3 2-9-3 3-9-3 3-9-4 3-10-4 4-10-4 4-10-5 5-10-5 6-10-5 7-10-5 8-10-5 8-11-5 8-12-5 8-13-5 9-13-5 10-13-5 11-13-5 11-14-5 12-14-5 12-15-5 12-16-5 13-16-5 13-17-5 13-18-5 13-19-5 14-19-5 15-19-5 15-20-5 15-21-5 W-L-T 15-21-5 10-15-3 7-8-2 8-13-3 0-0-0 1-2-5

Conf 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-1 1-1-1 1-2-1 1-3-1 1-3-2 1-4-2 1-5-2 1-6-2 2-6-2 2-6-3 2-7-3 2-7-3 2-7-3 2-7-3 3-7-3 4-7-3 5-7-3 5-8-3 5-9-3 5-10-3 6-10-3 7-10-3 8-10-3 8-11-3 9-11-3 9-12-3 9-13-3 10-13-3 10-14-3 10-15-3 10-15-3 10-15-3 10-15-3 10-15-3 10-15-3

Time

2:20 2:23 2:20 2:08 2:02 2:15 2:40 2:18 2:15 2:10 2:35 2:25 2:15 2:09 2:30 2:30 2:15 2:25 2:17 2:04 2:10 2:25 2:25 2:22 2:15 2:10 2:20 2:20 2:10 2:07 2:19 2:19 2:15 2:25 2:20 2:19 2:15 2:20 2:15 2:36 2:35

Attendance Total: Home: Away: Neutral:

Att. Goalie of record Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Burke, Tommy Hammond, Andrew Burke, Tommy Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Burke, Tommy Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Burke, Tommy Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew Hammond, Andrew

1066 2205 2242 865 968 2703 2233 4641 2489 3736 1818 1836 2041 4929 2523 2719 2394 1823 738 629 4854 2692 2782 3147 2911 3335 2932 3018 3436 5140 2270 2565 2285 3872 5022 5022 1431 1587 1084 4712 4912

Dates Total 41 113607 17 42801 24 70806 0 0

Avg. 2771 2518 2950 0

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DON BARBER

Minnesota North Stars (1988-90), Winnipeg Jets (1990-91), Québec Nordiques (1991-92), San Jose Sharks (1992). Career Notes: Rights were traded to Minnesota from Edmonton on Dec. 20, 1985...was a teammate of another former Falcon, Brian MacLellan during the 1988-89 season...once with the Winnipeg Jets, he suited up with former Falcons Iain Duncan and Dave Ellett...best NHL year was in 1989-90 with Minnesota (15-19--34)...played minor league hockey for the Kalamazoo Wings/IHL (1988-90), Moncton Hawks/AHL (1990-91), Halifax Citadels/AHL (1991-92), and Kansas City Blades/IHL (1992-93). Regular Season | Playoffs Minnesota North Stars (1988-91) Winnipeg Jets (1990-92) Québec Nordiques (1991-92) San Jose Sharks (1991-92) NHL Totals (4 seasons)

GP 74 27 2 12 115

G 23 1 0 1 25

A 24 5 0 3 32

Pts. 47 6 0 4 57

PIM | 44 18 0 2 64

KEVIN BIEKSA

GP 11 - - - 11

G 4 - - - 4

A 4 - - - 4

Pts. 8 - - - 8

PIM 10 10

Vancouver Canucks (2005-SA). Drafted by Vancouver in the 2001 Amateur Draft in the fifth round (151st overall). Career Notes: Signed with Vancouver after senior year at BGSU…played for the Manitoba Moose/AHL (2004-06)…called up to Vancouver on Dec. 19, 2005 where he played 39 games…lead all Canuck defensemen in 2006-07 in points and assists and was second on the team in average ice time per game (24:16)...had his 2007-08 and 2009-10 season shortened due to leg laceration injuries...in 2005 was named to the AHL All-Rookie Team...set a Manitoba franchise record for most points by a rookie defenseman (39) in 2004-05...in 2007 received the Babe Pratt Trophy (best defenseman) and Fred J. Hume Award (unsung hero) given by the Canucks franchise. Regular Season | Playoffs Vancouver Canucks (2005-SA) NHL Totals (8 seasons)

GP 461 461

G 48 48

A 155 155

Pts. 203 203

ROB BLAKE

PIM | 698 698

HOBEY BAKER FINALIST

GP 65 65

G 10 10

A 15 15

2002 GOLD MEDAL

Pts. 25 25

PIM 113 113

CUP COUNT

Los Angeles Kings (1990-2001), Colorado Avalanche (2001-06), Los Angeles (2006-08), San Jose (2008-10): NHL Career Notes: Was selected in the fourth round (70th overall) by the L.A. Kings in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft...joined the Kings following completion of his junior year at BGSU…selected as NHL’s Best Defenseman (Norris Trophy) for 1997-98…named to the Upper Deck All-Rookie team in 1991…played in six NHL All-Star games (1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)...selected to the NHL First All-Star Team for 1997-98 and second team for 1999-00, 2001-02 and 2002-03… reached the NHL finals with the Kings during the 1992-93 season...member of the 2000-01 Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche...announced his retirement from professional hockey on June 18th, 2010. International Career Notes: Has played in six different World Championship Games for Team Canada and has a combined line of 5-12--17 in 40 games...played six games for Canada at 1998 Olympics (1-1--2)…played six games for Canada at 2006 Olympics (0-1--1)…represented Canada at 1998 World Championships (1-0--1 in 5 games)…has never played a game in the minor…participated in three sets of Olympic games with Team Canada...won gold medal with Team Canada in 2002 Winter Olympics...had a combined line in Olympic play of 2-3--5 in 18 games. Regular Season | Playoffs 1989-90 Los Angeles Kings 1990-91 Los Angeles Kings 1991-92 Los Angeles Kings 1992-93 Los Angeles Kings 1993-94 Los Angeles Kings 1994-95 Los Angeles Kings 1995-96 Los Angeles Kings 1996-97 Los Angeles Kings 1997-98 Los Angeles Kings 1998-99 Los Angeles Kings 1999-00 Los Angeles Kings 2000-01 Los Angeles Kings 2000-01 Colorado Avalanche 2001-02 Colorado Avalanche 2002-03 Colorado Avalanche 2003-04 Colorado Avalanche 2005-06 Colorado Avalanche 2006-07 Los Angeles Kings 2007-08 Los Angeles Kings 2008-09 San Jose Sharks 2009-10 San Jose Sharks NHL Totals (20 seasons)

GP 4 75 57 76 84 24 6 62 81 62 77 54 13 75 79 74 81 72 71 73 70 1270

G 0 12 7 16 20 4 1 8 23 12 18 17 2 16 17 13 14 14 9 10 7 240

A 0 34 13 43 48 7 2 23 27 23 39 32 8 40 28 33 37 20 22 35 23 537

Pts. 0 46 20 59 68 11 3 31 50 35 57 49 10 56 45 46 51 34 31 45 30 777

PIM | 4 125 102 152 137 38 8 82 94 128 112 69 8 58 57 61 94 82 98 110 60 1679

GP 8 12 6 23 - - - - 4 - 4 - 23 20 7 9 9 - - 6 15 146

G 1 1 2 4 - - - - 0 - 0 - 6 6 1 0 3 - - 1 1 26

A 3 4 1 6 - - - - 0 - 2 - 13 6 2 5 1 - - 3 1 47

Pts. 4 5 3 10 - - - - 0 - 2 - 19 12 3 5 4 - - 4 2 73

PIM 4 26 12 46 6 4 16 16 8 6 8 4 10 166

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ARIS BRIMANIS

Philadelphia Flyers (1993-97), NY Islanders (1999-2001), Anaheim Mighty Ducks (2001-02), St. Louis Blues(2003-04). NHL Career Notes: Selected in the fourth round (86th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft by the Philadelphia Flyers...played parts of three seasons (1993-94, 1995-96, 1996-97) with the Flyers... signed a 1 year deal with Anaheim on August 1, 2001, appearing in five games that season. Other Career Notes: Left BGSU after sophomore season...played the 1992-93 campaign for Brandon/ WHL...saw action with the Hershey Bears/AHL from 1993-96, Philadelphia Phantoms/AHL during 1996-97 and 1997-98, and Michigan K-Wings/IHL in 1997-98...spent the 1998-99 season with the Grand Rapids Griffins/IHL and Fredericton Canadiens /AHL...in 74 games combined had 18-25--43, 76 PIM...signed with the Kansas City Blades/IHL on July 29, 1999, and was returned to the Blades by the New York Islanders on Sept. 20, 1999...in two seasons with Kloten of the Swiss A league (2005-07) he appeared in 80 games and recording 25 points...has spent the last three seasons with the Hannover Scorpions of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL) where he has played in 158 games with a line of 17-36--53 and 130 PIM. Regular Season | Playoffs GP Philadelphia Flyers (1993-97) 21 New York Islanders (1999-2001) 74 Anaheim Mighty Ducks (2001-02) 5 St. Louis Blues (2003-04) 13 NHL Totals (6 seasons) 113

G 0 2 0 0 2

A 3 9 0 0 12

Pts. 3 11 0 0 14

PIM | 12 32 9 4 57

DAN BYLSMA

GP - - - - -

G - - - - -

A - - - - -

Pts. - - - - -

PIM -

CUP COUNT

PLAYING CAREER: Los Angeles Kings (1995-00), Anaheim Mighty Ducks (2000-2004). Career Notes: Drafted by the Winnipeg Jets in the sixth round (109th overall) in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft...signed as a free agent by Los Angeles on July 7, 1994...played the 1992-93 season with the Greensboro Monarchs (ECHL) and Rochester Americans (AHL)...spent the following season with the Monarchs, Albany River Rats (AHL) and reached the Calder Cup Finals with the Moncton Hawks (AHL)...played the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons with the Phoenix Roadrunners(IHL)...saw action with the Long Beach Ice Dogs/IHL during the 1997-98 and 1998-99 campaigns...also saw time with the Springfield Falcons/AHL during the 1998-99 season...signed by Anaheim as a free agent on July 13, 2000 and made alternate captain of the team that season. COACHING CAREER: Bylsma served as an assistant coach with the AHL’s Cincinnati Mighty Ducks (2004-05) and the NHL’s New York Islanders (2005-06)... during the 2008-09 season, he coached the Penguins’ AHL affiliate Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins... was named interim head coach of the Pittsburg Penguins 57 games into the season... through his first 25 games as Penguins’ coach, his 18-3-0-4 record amounted to 40 points—the second most of any coach in NHL history in that span... on April 28, 2009 the Penguins announced that Bylsma would become the permanent head coach... led the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 2009 Stanley Cup championship, becoming the 14th coach and the second mid-season replacement to win the Stanley Cup in their first season...Won the Jack Adams award in 2010-11, given to NHL Coach of the Year...named the head coach of the 2014 Olympic men’s ice hockey team, joining nine other Falcons’ to be the only Olmpians in BGSU history. AS A PLAYER ... Regular Season | Playoffs Los Angeles Kings (1995-2000) Anaheim Mighty Ducks (2000-04) NHL Totals (9 seasons)

GP 220 209 429

G 9 10 19

A 21 22 43

Pts. 30 32 62

AS A HEAD COACH ... Regular Season Wilkes-Barre / Scranton (AHL) Pittsburgh Penguins (2008-SA) NHL Totals (4 seasons)

GP 54 319 319

W 35 201 201

L 16 93 93

T 1 0 0

PIM | 122 62 184

OTL 2 25 25

Pct. .676 .630 .630

GP 5 11 16

G 0 0 0

A 0 1 1

Pts. 0 1 1

PIM 0 2 2

Notes Won Championship in 2008-09

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GINO CAVALLINI Calgary Flames (1984-86), St. Louis Blues (1986-92), Québec Nordiques (1992-93). Played last season for EC Heraklith VSV in Austria scoring 29-33--62 with 32 PIM in 34 games. NHL Career Notes: Signed as a free agent by Calgary on May 16, 1984, after his sophomore year at BGSU...after his second professional season he was part of a multi-player deal that sent him to St. Louis. Other Career Notes: Saw playing time with the Moncton Golden Flames (AHL) in 1985-86, Milwaukee Admirals of the IHL (1993-96), EV Landshut Cannibals/Deutsche Eishockey Liga (1996-98)...played the last two seasons between 1998 and 2000 with Villach in Austria...excelled while with Milwaukee scoring 139 goals and 248 points in three seasons with the Admirals.

Regular Season | Playoffs Calgary Flames (1984-86) St. Louis Blues (1985-92) Quebec Nordiques (1991-93) NHL Totals (9 seasons)

GP 54 454 85 593

G 13 91 10 114

A 17 120 22 159

Pts. 30 211 32 273

PIM | 40 429 38 507

GP 3 67 - 74

G 0 14 - 14

A 0 19 - 19

Pts. 0 33 - 33

PIM 4 52 56

KEVIN DAHL

Calgary Flames (1992-96), Phoenix Coyotes (1996-97), Calgary Flames (1997-98), Toronto Maple Leafs (199899), Columbus Blue Jackets (2000-01). NHL Career Notes: Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the 11th round (230th overall) in the 1988 NHL Entry Draft... Signed as a free agent by Calgary on July 27, 1991...in his rookie season (1992-93) he played 61 games with the Calgary Flames and scored twice with nine assists (11 points)...traded to Tampa Bay before signing with Phoenix as a free agent during the summer of 1996...signed as a free agent by the Columbus Blue Jackets on August 24, 2000, and was assigned to the Chicago Wolves after four games. Other Career Notes: Played minor league hockey for the Winston-Salem Thunderbirds/ECHL (1990-91), Fredericton Canadiens/AHL (1990-91), Salt Lake Golden Eagles/IHL (1991-92), Saint John Flames/AHL (1993-94, 95-96), Las Vegas Thunder/IHL (1996-97) and the Chicago Wolves/IHL (1997-00). Signed with Nurenberg Ice Tigers/DEL (Germany), August, 2001 and played three seasons before retiring. Regular Season | Playoffs Calgary Flames (1992-96) Phoenix Coyotes (1996-97) Calgary Flames (1997-98) Toronto Maple Leafs (1998-99) Columbus Blue Jackets (2000-01) NHL Totals (9 seasons)

GP 160 2 19 3 4 188

G 7 0 0 0 0 7

A 21 0 1 0 0 22

Pts. 28 0 1 0 0 29

PIM | 142 0 6 2 3 153

GP 16 - - - - 16

G 0 - - - - 0

A 2 - - - - 2

GREG DE VRIES

Pts. 2 - - - - 2

PIM 12 12

CUP COUNT

Edmonton Oilers (1995-98), Nashville Predators (1998), Colorado Avalanche (1998-2003), Ottawa Senators (2003-04), Atlanta Thrashers (2005-07), Nashville Predators (2007-09). NHL Career Notes: Left BGSU after freshman season…signed as a free agent by Edmonton on March 20, 1994...was traded twice in nearly a month’s time and found a home as a mainstay on the Colorado Avalanche defense...member of the 2000-01 Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche...during that Stanley Cup run he scored four goals, nine assists (13 points) in 23 games. Other Career Notes: Played for the Niagara Falls Thunder/OHL (1992-94), Cape Breton Oilers/AHL (1993-96)) and Hamilton Bulldogs/AHL (1996-97).

Regular Season | Playoffs Edmonton Oilers (1995-98) Nashville Predators (1998-99) Colorado Avalanche (1998-2003) New York Rangers (2003-04) Ottawa Senators (2003-04) Atlanta Thrashers (2005-06) Nashville Predators (2007-09) NHL Totals (13 seasons)

GP 115 6 379 53 13 164 148 878

G 8 0 22 3 0 10 5 48

A 9 0 60 12 1 49 15 146

Pts. 17 0 82 15 1 59 20 194

PIM | 144 4 311 37 6 142 136 780

GP 19 - 75 - 7 4 - 111

G 0 - 6 - 0 1 - 8

A 1 - 12 - 1 0 - 14

Pts. 1 - 18 - 1 1 - 22

PIM 29 48 8 4 91

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IAIN DUNCAN

Winnipeg Jets (1986-89, 1990-91). NHL Career Notes: Named to the NHL All-Rookie team in 1988...had a career year for the Jets in 1987-88 with a 19-42--61 line while he was paired up with two fellow Falcons, Todd Flichel and Dave Ellett. Other Career Notes: Named a Second-Team ECHL All-Star in 1993...played minor league hockey for the Moncton Hawks/AHL (1987-88, 1989-91), Phoenix Roadrunners/IHL (1991-92), Toledo Storm/ECHL (1992-95), Adirondack Red Wings/AHL (1992-93), Nashville Nighthawks/CEN (1996-97) and Nashville Ice Flyers/CEN (1997-98)...served as a player/coach in 1996-97 with the Nashville Nighthawks...led the team to a 10-43-2-0 record before being replaced midseason...had a 7-11--line as a player that year. Regular Season | Playoffs Winnipeg Jets (1986-89, 90-91) NHL Totals (4 seasons)

GP 127 127

G 34 34

A 55 55

Pts. 89 89

PIM | 149 149

GP 11 11

G 0 0

A 3 3

Pts. 3 3

PIM 6 6

DAVE ELLETT

Winnipeg Jets (1984-90), Toronto Maple Leafs (1990-97), New Jersey Devils (1997), Boston Bruins (1997-99), St. Louis Blues (1999-00). NHL Career Notes: Was a fourth round (75th overall) draft pick of the Winnipeg Jets in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft...signed with Winnipeg after sophomore year at BGSU...never played a game in the minors...played in the 1989 and 1992 NHL All-Star Games...participated in the 1993 and 1994 Conference Finals with the Leafs...became the second CCHA player with 1,000 NHL regular-season games played on March 1, 1998, in a game at the New York Islanders...retired on September 7, 2000...currently holds records for most points by a Maple Leaf defenseman in a playoff year (18, 1994) and most assists by a Leaf defenseman in a playoff year (15, 1994). Other Career Notes: Played for Team Canada in the 1989 World Championships posting a 4-2--6 line in ten games. Regular Season | Playoffs Winnipeg Jets (1984-91) Toronto Maple Leafs (1990-97) New Jersey Devils (1996-97) Boston Bruins (1997-99) St. Louis Blues (1999-2000) NHL Totals (16 seasons)

GP 475 446 20 136 52 1129

G 95 51 2 3 2 153

A 204 172 5 26 8 415

Pts. 299 223 7 29 10 568

PIM | 504 371 6 92 12 985

GP 33 52 10 14 7 116

NELSON EMERSON

G 4 7 0 0 0 11

A 16 25 3 1 1 46

Pts. 20 32 3 1 1 57

PIM 22 43 10 10 2 87

HOBEY BAKER FINALIST CUP COUNT

St. Louis Blues (1990-93), Winnipeg Jets (1993-95), Hartford Whalers (1995-97), Carolina Hurricanes (1997-98), Chicago Blackhawks (1998-99), Ottawa Senators (1999), Atlanta Thrashers (1999-00), Los Angeles Kings (2000-02). NHL Career Notes: selected 44th overall by the St. Louis Blues in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft...signed with St. Louis after senior year at BGSU... signed as a free agent with the Atlanta Thrashers on July 20, 1999 in their inaugural year...traded to Los Angeles on March 13, 2000. Other Career Notes: named a First-Team IHL All-Star in 1991 after scoring 115 points (36-79)...recipient of the Garry F. Longman Memorial Trophy (Top IHL Rookie) in 1991...represented Canada at the 1998 World Championships (2-1--3 in 6 games)...played minor league hockey with the Peoria Rivermen/IHL (1989-91)...currently serving in the L.A. Kings Player Development Department. Helped Kings win a cup in 2012.

Regular Season | Playoffs St. Louis Blues (1990-93) Winnipeg Jets (1993-95) Hartford Whalers (1995-97) Carolina Hurricanes (1997-99) Chicago Blackhawks (1998-99) Atlanta Thrashers (1999-2000) L.A. Kings (1999-2002) NHL Totals (12 seasons)

GP 161 131 147 116 27 58 124 771

G 45 47 38 29 4 14 17 195

A 87 64 58 37 10 19 14 293

Pts. 132 111 96 66 14 33 31 488

PIM | 130 106 112 86 13 47 79 575

GP 23 - - - - - 19 40

G 12 - - - - - 2 7

A 15 - - - - - 3 15

Pts. 27 - - - - - 5 22

PIM 37 6 33

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TODD FLICHEL Winnipeg Jets (1987-90). Career Notes: Also played professionally for Moncton Hawks/AHL (1987-91), Fort Wayne Komets/ IHL (1991-92), Cincinnati Cyclones/IHL (1992-93), Rochester Americans (1993-94)...split time between Moncton and Winnipeg before playing his first full season with the Hawks, posting an 8-20--28 line in 1990-91, a career year. Regular Season | Playoffs Winnipeg Jets (1987-90) NHL Totals (3 seasons)

GP 6 593

G 0 114

A 1 159

Pts. 1 273

PIM | 4 507

GP - 74

G - 14

A - 19

Pts. - 33

PIM 56

ALEX FOSTER Toronto Maple Leafs (2007-08). Career Notes: Signed by Toronto after sophomore year at BGSU as an unrestricted free agent on March. 8, 2006...has played a majority of his professional career for Toronto’s AHL affliate, the Toronto Marlies...had an 18-28-46 line for the Marlies in 67 games during the 2007-08 season before being called up by the Maple Leafs... in 2008-09, played in 80 games scoring 12 goals 23 assists in the regular season... tacked on two goals and six assists in the 2008-09 post-season through 12 games... saw his first NHL action on Mar. 18, 2008 in the Maple Leafs 3-1 win at the New York Islanders...Toronto went 3-0 in all three games he saw action. Regular Season | Playoffs Toronto Maple Leafs (2007-08) NHL Totals (1 seasons)

GP 3 3

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

PIM | 0 0

GP - -

G - -

A - -

Pts. - -

PIM -

GARRY GALLEY

Los Angeles Kings (1984-87, 97-2000), Washington Capitals (1987-88), Boston Bruins (1988-92), Philadelphia Flyers (1992-95), Buffalo Sabres (1995-97), NY Islanders (2000). Career Notes: Drafted in the fifth round (100th overall) in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft by the Los Angeles Kings...signed by Los Angeles after winning the National Championship his junior year at BGSU...played in 78 games his rookie year with the Kings, scoring eight goals and 30 assists (38 points) including three playoff games (1-0--1)... played in the NHL All-Star Game in 1991 and 1994...runner-up in 1994 for Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy (player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey)...had a career year in 1992-93 with the Flyers scoring 13 goals and 49 assists in 83 games...played his 1,000th NHL regular-season game on February 1, 1999, at Philadelphia... signed as a free agent with the NY Islanders on September 13, 2000 and retired following that season. Regular Season | Playoffs Los Angeles Kings (1984-87) Washington Capitals (1987-88) Boston Bruins (1988-92) Philadelphia Flyers (1992-95) Buffalo Sabres (1995-97) Los Angeles Kings (1997-2000) New York Islanders (2000) NHL Totals (17 seasons)

GP 157 76 257 236 163 204 56 1,149

G 22 8 24 28 15 22 6 125

A 54 33 81 144 87 61 14 474

Pts. 76 41 105 172 102 83 20 599

PIM | 76 54 322 260 193 145 59 1,218

GP 3 15 46 - 17 8 - 89

G 1 2 4 - 0 0 - 7

A 0 4 9 - 9 1 - 23

Pts. 1 6 13 - 9 1 - 30

PIM 2 13 94 18 2 119

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BRETT HARKINS

Boston Bruins (1994-95, 96-97), Florida Panthers (1995-96), Columbus Blue Jackets (2001-02). Career Notes: Selected by the New York Islanders in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft (7th round, 133rd overall)...played for Adirondack Red Wings/AHL (199394), Providence Bruins/AHL (1994-95, 96-97), Carolina Monarchs/AHL (1995-96), Cleveland Lumberjacks/IHL (1997-00) and Houston Aeros/IHL (2000-01)...had 16-64--80 in 81 games with 51 PIM in 2000-01 with Houston...was assigned by the Columbus Blue Jackets to Syracuse/AHL on October 3, 2001...was called up by Columbus in 2001...spent his last six seasons playing in the Swedish and Finish leagues until his retirement in 2008. Regular Season | Playoffs Boston Bruins (1995-95) Florida Panthers (1995-96) Boston Bruins (1996-97) Columbus Bluejackets (2001-02) NHL Totals (4 seasons)

GP 1 8 44 25 78

G 0 0 4 2 6

A 1 3 14 12 30

Pts. 1 3 18 14 36

PIM | 0 6 8 8 22

GP - - - - -

G - - - - -

BRIAN HOLZINGER

A - - - - -

Pts. - - - - -

PIM -

HOBEY BAKER WINNER

Buffalo Sabres (1994-00), Tampa Bay Lightning (2000-03), Pittsburgh Penguins / Columbus Blue Jacket (2003-04). Career Notes: Drafted in the sixth round (124th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft by the Buffalo Sabres...signed with the Sabres following his senior year in 1994...also played with the Rochester Americans/AHL (1995-96), helping Americans to the 1996 Calder Cup...has a career year with the Sabres in 1996-97 with a 50+ point season (22-29--51)...traded to Tampa Bay on March 9, 2000.. was named to the North American (Junior) Hockey League’s All-Time team in 2000...acquired by Pittsburgh via trade March 11, 2003...finished his career in Columbus after being traded nearly a year later. Regular Season | Playoffs Buffalo Sabres (1994-2000) Tampa Bay Lightning (1999-2003) Pittsburgh Penguins (2002-04) Columbus Bluejackets (2001-02) NHL Totals (4 seasons)

GP 352 112 70 13 547

G 70 15 7 1 93

A 108 31 17 0 145

Pts. 188 46 24 1 238

PIM | 216 91 44 2 339

GP 52 - - - 52

G 11 - - - 11

A 18 - - - 18

Pts. 29 - - - 29

PIM 61 61

MIKE JOHNSON

Toronto Maple Leafs (1996-00), Tampa Bay Lightning (2000-01), Phoenix Coyotes (2001-06), Montreal Canadiens (2006-07), St. Louis Blues (2007-08). Career Notes: Signed as a free agent with Toronto the day after his senior season ended…named to the NHL All-Rookie team for the 1997-98 season after notching 15 goals and 32 assists…traded to Tampa Bay on February 9, 2000…traded to Phoenix in 2001...had his best year as a professional in 2002-03 after a 23-goal and 40-assist (63 points) season... traded to Montreal in 2006...signed with St.Louis as a free agent on Oct. 4th, 2007...had season ending shoulder surgery in January of 2008.... played for the Cologne Sharks of the (league) in 2008-09, playing in 28 games (4-9--13)... currently is working for the NHL Network’s flagship program, NHL Tonight, as an analyst. Between Network appearances, Johnson can be heard on TSN’s Canadiens regional game broadcasts as a color commentator . Regular Season | Playoffs Toronto Maple Leafs (1996-2000) Tampa Bay Lightning (1999-2001) Phoenix Coyotes (2000-04, 05-06) Montreal Canadiens (2006-07) St. Louis Blues (2007-08) NHL Totals (12 seasons)

GP 226 92 242 80 21 661

G 48 21 47 11 2 129

A 72 39 112 20 3 246

Pts. 120 60 159 31 5 375

PIM | 86 42 139 40 8 315

GP 17 - 5 - - 22

G 3 - 1 - - 4

A 2 - 1 - - 3

Pts. 5 - 2 - - 7

PIM 4 6 10

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KEN KLEE

Washington Capitals (1994-03), Toronto Maple Leafs (2003-06), New Jersey Devils (2005-06), Colorado Avalanche (2006-07), Atlanta Thrashers (2007-08), Anaheim Ducks (2008-09), Phoenix Coyotes (2008-09). Career Notes: Selected by the Washington Capitals in the ninth round (177th overall) in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft...has also played with the Baltimore Skipjacks/AHL (1992-93) and Portland Pirates/AHL (1993-95)…won AHL Calder Cup in 1994…signed a three-year contract with Washington during the summer of 2000…signed a free-agent contract with Toronto in Sept., 2003…thirteen of his 55 career goals were gamewinners...member of Team USA in 2004 World Cup of Hockey.

Regular Season | Playoffs Washington Capitals (1994-2003) Toronto Maple Leafs (2003-06) New Jersey Devils (2005-06) Colorado Avalanche (2006-07) Atlanta Thrashers (2007-08) Anaheim Ducks (2008-09) Phoenix Coyotes (2008-09) NHL Totals (15 seasons)

GP 570 122 18 81 72 3 68 934

G 43 7 0 3 1 0 1 55

A 68 37 0 16 9 0 10 140

MIKE LIUT

Pts. 111 44 0 19 10 0 11 195

PIM | 608 102 14 68 60 4 24 880

GP 34 11 6 - - - - 51

G 1 0 1 - - - - 2

A 2 0 0 - - - - 2

Pts. 3 0 1 - - - - 4

PIM 38 6 6 50

Cincinnati Stingers/WHA (1977-79), St. Louis Blues (1980-85), Hartford Whalers (1985-90), Washington Capitals (1990-92). Career Notes:Named a First-Team NHL All-Star in 1981...won the Lester B. Pearson Award in 1981 (NHLPA’s regular-season MVP)...played in the 1981 NHL All-Star Game, earning MVP honors...runner-up (behind Wayne Gretzky) for the Hart Trophy (PHWA’s regular-season MVP honors) in 1980-81...named a Second-Team NHL All-Star in 1987...led the NHL in shutouts three times...had the lowest goals-against average in 1989-90 (2.64)...started for Team Canada in the 1981 Canada Cup, leading the team all the way to the finals.

Regular Season Mins. 1977-78 Cincinnati Stingers (WHA) 1215 1978-79 Cincinnati Stingers (WHA) 3181 1979-80 St. Louis Blues 3661 1980-81 St. Louis Blues 3570 1981-82 St. Louis Blues 3691 1982-83 St. Louis Blues 3794 1983-84 St. Louis Blues 3425 1984-85 St. Louis Blues 1869 1984-85 Hartford Whalers 731 1985-86 Hartford Whalers 3282 1986-87 Hartford Whalers 3476 1987-88 Hartford Whalers 3532 1988-89 Hartford Whalers 2006 1989-90 Hartford Whalers 1683 1989-90 Washington Capitals 478 1990-91 Washington Capitals 1834 1991-92 Washington Capitals 1123 NHL Reg. Season Totals (13 seasons) 38,215 NHL Playoff Totals (10 seasons) -

GA 86 184 194 199 250 235 197 119 36 198 187 187 142 74 17 114 70 2,221 -

EN 2 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 4 3 3 2 1 22 -

SO 0 3 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 2 4 2 1 3 1 0 1 22 2

GAA 4.25 3.47 3.18 3.34 4.06 3.72 3.45 3.82 2.95 3.62 3.23 3.18 4.25 2.64 2.13 3.73 3.74 3.49 3.38

W 8 23 32 33 28 21 25 12 4 27 31 25 13 15 4 13 10 294 29

L 12 27 23 14 28 27 29 12 7 23 22 28 19 12 4 16 7 271 32

T Svs. 0 577 4 1372 9 N/A 13 N/A 7 1772 13 1684 4 1500 6 873 1 383 4 1376 5 1435 5 1430 1 881 1 671 0 200 3 672 2 488 74 13,365 - -

Pct. .870 .882 N/A N/A .876 .878 .884 .880 .914 .874 .885 .884 .861 .901 .922 .855 .875 .881 -

* The World Hockey Association (WHA) was a professional hockey league in competition with the NHL, lasting from 1972 to until its merge with the NHL in 1979. Liut’s rights were reclaimed by the St. Louis Blues following the merger.

BRIAN MacLELLAN

CUP COUNT

Los Angeles Kings (1982-85), New York Rangers (1985-86), Minnesota North Stars (1986-89), Calgary Flames (1989-91), Detroit Red Wings (1991-92). Career Notes: Signed with the LA Kings after his senior year at BGSU...played a majority of his first season with the New Haven Nightawks before being called up to action with the Kings...had his best staistical season in 1984-85 with the Kings (31-54--85)...also played for the New Haven Nighthawks/AHL (1982-84)...was traded from the North Stars to the Falmes, joining a team that would win the Stanley Cup in 1989...played two more seasons in Calgary before closing out his career in Detroit in 1991-92.

Regular Season | Playoffs Los Angeles Kings (1982-85) New York Rangers (1985-86) Minnesota North Stars (1986-89) Calgary Flames (1989-91) Detroit Red Wings (1991-92) NHL Totals (10 seasons)

GP 187 51 211 134 23 606

G 61 11 64 35 1 172

A 94 21 86 35 5 241

Pts. 155 32 150 70 6 413

PIM | 124 47 247 95 38 551

GP 3 16 - 28 - 47

G 0 2 - 3 - 5

A 1 4 - 4 - 9

Pts. 1 6 - 7 - 14

PIM 0 15 27 42

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JOHN MARKELL

Winnipeg Jets (1979-81), St. Louis Blues (1983-84), Minnesota North Stars (1984-85). Career Notes: Also played for the Tulsa Oilers/CEN (1979-81), Salt Lake Golden Eagles/CEN (1981-83), Montana Magic/ CEN (1983-84) and Springfield Indians/AHL (1984-85) and in Germany for EC Bad Nauheim and ESC Wolfsberg...while with Nauheim he posted two 100+ point seasons in consecutive years and a 98-point season with Wolfsburg the next year (1987-88)...served as head coach at Ohio State from 19952010...had winning seasons in seven of 15 seasons with OSU...had a 278-259-56 record with the Buckeyes as head coach...was runner-up in national college coach of the year voting for the 1997-98 campaign. Regular Season | Playoffs Winnipeg Jets (1979-81) St. Louis Blues (1983-84) Minnesota North Stars (1984-85) NHL Totals (4 seasons)

GP 52 2 1 55

G 11 0 0 11

A 10 0 0 10

Pts. 21 0 0 21

PIM | 55 0 0 36

GP - - - -

G - - - -

A - - - -

Pts. - - - -

PIM -

JONATHAN MATSUMOTO

Career Notes: Drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers 79th overall (third round) in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft where he left BGSU after his junior year...was assigned to the Flyers’ AHL affilliate, the Philadelphia Phantoms...made his professional debut on March 16, 2007...in four seasons with the Phantoms (also known as the Adirondack Phantoms in 2009-10), he scored 81 goals, 92 assists (173 points) in 251 games...has a playoff line of 3-4--7 in 16 games...was traded to the Carolina Hurricanes/NHL for a seventh round pick on June 26, 2010...signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Hurricanes on July 1, 2010...has not played a NHL game yet. Regular Season | Playoffs Carolina Hurricanes (2011-12) Florida Panthers (2011-12) NHL Totals (1 seasons)

GP 13 1 14

G 2 0 2

A 0 0 0

Pts. 2 0 2

PIM | 4 0 4

GEORGE McPHEE

GP - - -

G - - -

A - - -

Pts. - - -

PIM -

HOBEY BAKER WINNER

New York Rangers (1983-87), Winnipeg Jets, New Jersey Devils (1987-89). Career Notes: Made his NHL debut with the New York Rangers in the playoffs, scoring three goals and as many assists in nine games with the team...was traded from the Rangers on Sept. 30, 1987 to the Winnipeg Jets...traded from the Jets a week later to the New Jersey Devils where he played out his career...also played for the Tulsa Oilers/CEN (1982-84), New Haven Nighthawks/AHL (1984-85) and Utica Devils/AHL (1988-89)...helped the Oilers win the CHL Championship (Adams Cup) in 1983-84, the same year BGSU won its National Championship...was named the vic president and director of hockey operations for the Vancouver Canucks in 1992...became the NHL’s youngest active GM when Washington named him to its post in June 1997...still resides as GM, alternate governor and vice president of the Capitals. Regular Season | Playoffs New York Rangers (1983-87) Winnipeg Jets (1987-89) New Jersey Devils (1987-89) NHL Totals (7 seasons)

GP G A Pts. PIM | 109 21 24 45 45 no stats accumulated 6 3 1 4 10 115 24 25 49 257

GP G 29 5 no stats accumulated - - 29 5

A 3

Pts. 8

PIM 73

- 3

- 8

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KEN MORROW

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New York Islanders (1980-89). Career Notes: Drafted by two professional leagues; selected in the fourth round (68th overall) of the 1976 NHL Amateur Draft by the New York Islanders and by the New England Whalers of the WHA in the eighth round (86th overall) in the 1976 WHA Amatuer Draft...signed with the U.S. National Team after his senior year at BGSU...helped the U.S. Olympic Team to a gold medal in 1980 and then assisted the Islanders to their first of four Stanley Cup championships (1980-83) and five appearances in the finals (1980-84)...is the first player in NHL history to win a Stanley Cup Championship and an International gold medal in the same year...named to New York’s All-Islander Team on defense in the early 1990s...served as co-coach of the Kansas City Blades/IHL (1990-91) and assistant coach of the Flint Spirits (IHL) in 1989-90...was an assistant coach with the Islanders during the 1991-92 season before being named as the Director of Pro Scouting for the team in 1993, a position he still serves today...he was inducted into the US Hockey Hall of Fame in 1995...he was awarded the Lester Patrick Trophy in 1996, an honor given to someone for their contribution to hockey in the United States. International Career Notes: Was one of two BGSU Falcons on the “Miracle on Ice” U.S. International Hockey team for the 1980 Olympics (Mark Wells)...in 63 games during that stretch, he scored five goals and 20 assists (25 points) while serving 12 PIM...also returned to play for Team USA in the 1981 Canada Cup tournament, which the team placed fourth and was eliminated in the semi-final round.

Regular Season | Playoffs New York Islanders (1980) New York Islanders (1980-81) New York Islanders (1981-82) New York Islanders (1982-83) New York Islanders (1983-84) New York Islanders (1984-85) New York Islanders (1985-86) New York Islanders (1986-87) New York Islanders (1987-88) New York Islanders (1988-89) NHL Totals (10 seasons)

GP 18 80 75 79 63 15 69 64 53 34 550

G 0 2 1 5 3 1 0 3 1 1 17

A 3 11 18 11 11 7 12 8 4 3 88

Pts. 3 13 19 16 14 8 12 11 5 4 105

PIM | 4 20 56 44 45 14 22 32 40 32 309

MIKE NATYSHAK

GP 20 18 19 19 20 10 2 13 6 - 127

G 1 3 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 - 11

A 2 4 4 7 2 0 0 3 0 - 22

Pts. 3 7 4 12 3 0 0 4 0 - 33

PIM 12 8 8 18 20 17 4 2 8 97

Québec Nordiques (1987-88). Career Notes: Selected by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1986 Supplemental Draft...also played a full season for both the Fredericton Express/AHL (1987-88) and Fort Wayne Komets/IHL (1988-89). Regular Season | Playoffs Québec Nordiques (1987-88) NHL Totals (1 seasons)

GP 4 4

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

PIM | 0 0

GP - -

G - -

A - -

Pts. - -

PIM -

GREG PARKS

New York Islanders (1990-93). Career Notes: Also played for the Johnstown Chiefs/ECHL (1989-90), Springfield Indians/AHL (1989-90), Capital District Islanders/AHL (1990-92), Canadian National Team (1992-96), Krefeld Penguins/Deutsche Eishockey Liga (1994-95) and Langnau/Swiss National League (1996-99). Signed with the Utah Grizzlies/IHL on July 15, 1999...played the 1999-2000 season with Leksands...played with Fribourg-Gotteron/Swiss National League during the 2000-01 season...returned to Leksands for the second half of the 2000-01 before ending his career in the Japanese hockey league (OJI) in 2002-03 with a 50-point season. International Career Notes: Won a silver medal with the Canadian National Team in 1994, playing in 21 games (2-3--5)...career International competition line of 4-5--9 in 37 games. Regular Season | Playoffs New York Islanders (1990-93) NHL Totals (3 seasons)

GP 23 23

G 1 1

A 2 2

Pts. 3 3

PIM | 6 6

GP 2 2

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

PIM 0 0

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MARC POTVIN

Detroit Red Wings (1990-92), Los Angeles Kings (1993), Hartford Whalers (1993-94), Boston Bruins (1994-96). Career Notes: Drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in the ninth round (169th overall) of the 1986 NHL Entry Draft...played for the Adirondack Red Wings/AHL (1989-93) after finishing his senior year at BGSU...also played for the Providence Bruins/AHL (1994-96), Portland Pirates/AHL (1996-97) and Chicago Wolves/IHL (1997-98)...led Wolves to 1998 Turner Cup Championship...traded by the Red Wings to the L.A. Kings on Jan. 28, 1993....traded from the Kings to the Whalers on Nov. 3, 1993...served as an assistant coach for Adirondack (1998-99)...was named head coach of Mississippi Sea Wolves (ECHL) in August 1999...selected as head coach for the AHL’s Springfield Falcons for the 2000-01 season where he stayed for two seasons...was named the head coach for the Adirondack IceHawks for the 2003-04 season before the team was renamed the “Frostbite”, where he coached for a season and a half...passed away prematurely on Jan. 13, 2006. Regular Season | Playoffs Detroit Red Wings (1990-93) Los Angeles Kings (1992-94) Hartford Whalers (1993-94) Boston Bruins (1994-96) NHL Totals (6 seasons)

GP 14 23 51 33 121

G 1 0 2 0 3

A 0 1 3 1 5

Pts. 1 1 5 1 8

PIM | 107 87 246 16 456

GP 7 1 - 5 13

G 0 0 - 0 0

A 0 0 - 1 1

Pts. 0 0 - 1 1

PIM 32 0 18 50

SEAN PRONGER Anaheim Mighty Ducks (1995-98), Pittsburgh Penguins (1998), New York Rangers (1998-99), Los Angeles Kings (1999), Boston Bruins (1999), Columbus Blue Jackets (2001-03), Vancouver Canucks (2004-05). Career Notes: Was drafted in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouer Canucks with the 511st overall pick (third round)...also played for the Greensboro Monarchs/ECHL (1994-95), Knoxville Cherokees/ECHL (1994-95), San Diego Gulls/IHL (1994-95), Baltimore Bandits/AHL (1995-97) Houston Aeros/IHL (1998), Providence Bruins/AHL (1999-00), Manitoba Moose/IHL (1999-01, 03-04), Syracuse Crunch (2001-02, 0304) and the Frankfurt Lions of the German Hockey League/DEL ...scored 18-21--39 with 85 PIM in 82 games for the Moose in 2000-01...had his best statistical year of his career with the Crunch in 2001-02 (23-26--49). Regular Season | Playoffs Anaheim Mighty Ducks (1995-98) Pittsburgh Penguins (1998) New York Rangers (1998-99) Los Angeles Kings (1999) Boston Bruins (1999) Columbus Blue Jackets (2001-03) Vancouver Canucks (2003-04) NHL Totals (9 seasons)

GP 108 7 14 13 11 104 3 260

G 12 1 0 0 0 10 0 23

A 23 0 3 1 1 7 1 36

Pts. 35 1 3 1 1 17 1 59

PIM | 56 2 4 4 13 76 4 159

GP 9 5 - - - - - 14

G 0 0 - - - - - 0

A 2 0 - - - - - 2

Pts. 2 0 - - - - - 2

PIM 4 4 8

PETER RATCHUK

Florida Panthers (1998-99, 2000-01). Career Notes: Was drafted by the Colorado Avalanche in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft 25th overall (first round)...left BGSU after freshman year...played for the Hull Olympiques/QMJHL (1997-98), Beast of New Haven/AHL (1998-99), and Louisville/AHL (1999-01)...the 2001-02 and 2006-07 season with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL) and played for Rochester (AHL) in 2002-03 and Houston (AHL) in 2006-07...spent parts of the last eight seasons of his career playing in Germany for the DEG Metro Stars, Frankfurt Lions and the Hamburg Freezers...had a career year with the Lions in 2003-04 chipping in 21 goals and 22 assists (43 points) in 42 regular season games and six points (1g, 5a) in 15 games during the postseason that year...spent last year (2009-10) with the Hamburg Freezers of the DEL and posted a 9-23--32 line. Regular Season | Playoffs GP Florida Panthers (1998-99, 2000-01) 32 NHL Totals (2 seasons) 32

G 1 1

A 1 1

Pts. 2 2

PIM | 10 10

GP - -

G - -

A - -

Pts. - -

PIM -

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KEITH REDMOND Los Angeles Kings (1993-94). NHL Career Totals (Playoffs): Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft in the fourth round (79th overall)...draft pick rights traded from Buffalo to L.A. Kings on Oct. 4, 1989...left BGSU early into his sophomore season...played for the Belleville Bulls/OHL (1991-92), Detroit Compuware Ambassadors/OHL (1991-92), Muskegon Fury/COL (1992-93) and Phoenix Roadrunners/IHL (1992-96). Regular Season | Playoffs Los Angeles Kings (1993-94) NHL Totals (3 seasons)

GP 12 12

G 1 1

A 0 0

Pts. 1 1

PIM | 20 20

GP - -

G - -

A - -

Pts. - -

PIM -

TODD REIRDEN

Edmonton Oilers (1998-99), St. Louis Blues (1999-01), Atlanta Thrashers (2001-02), Phoenix Coyotes (2004-05). Career Notes: 5 seasons, 183 games, 11-35--46, 181 PIM. Also played for the Raleigh IceCaps/ ECHL (1994-95), Tallahassee Tiger Sharks/ ECHL (1994-96), Albany River Rats/AHL (1994-95), Jacksonville Lizard Kings/ECHL (1995-96), Chicago Wolves/IHL (199597), San Antonio Dragons/IHL (1997-98), Fort Wayne Komets/IHL (1998), Hamilton Bulldogs/AHL (1998-99), Worcester Sharks/AHL (2000-01), Cincinnati RailRaiders/AHL (2002-03, 2003-04), Sprigfield Falcons/AHL (2003-04) and Houston Aeros/AHL (2004-05)...finished his career playing two years in Germany. COACHING CAREER: Named BGSU assistant coach on July 19th, 2007 under Scott Paluch...joined former teammate Dan Bylsma as an assitant coach with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL) in 2008-09...took over as head coach of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton mid-way through the season when Bylsma was promoted to coach the Pittsbugh Penguins/NHL and led the team to a 14-9-2-1 record and second round playoff birth...spent one full season as head coach of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton leading the team to a 41-34-0-5 mark...is now serving as an assistant coach to Bylsma with the Pittsbugh Penguins. Regular Season | Playoffs Edmonton Oilers (1998-99) St. Louis Blues (1999-01) Atlanta Thrashers (2001-02) Phoenix Coyotes (2004-05) NHL Totals (5 seasons)

GP 17 94 65 7 183

G 2 6 3 0 11

A 3 25 5 2 35

Pts. 5 31 8 2 46

PIM | 20 59 82 4 181

GP - 5 - - 5

G - 0 - - 0

A - 1 - - 1

Pts. - 1 - - 1

PIM 0 0

DAN SEXTON

Anaheim Ducks (2009-SA). Career Notes: Signed a two-year deal with the Anaheim Ducks after his sophomore season at BGSU... performed well in preseason drills, but was reassigned to the Ducks’ AHL affiliate, San Antonio...began his professional career with the Bakersfield Condors/ECHL (18 GP, 17-22--39) before being advanced to the Manitoba Moose/AHL (13 GP, 5-7-12)...was promoted to the Ducks when Teemu Selanne was injured was his first of two stints with Anaheim that season...debuted on Dec. 4, 2009 against the Minnesota Wild...scored his first professional goal on Dec. 8, 2009 vs. Dallas where he scored two on the night.

Regular Season | Playoffs GP Anaheim Mighty Ducks (2009-11) 88 NHL Totals (2 seasons) 88

G 13 13

A 19 19

Pts. 32 32

PIM | 20 20

GP 1 1

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

PIM 2 2

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JONATHAN SIGALET

Boston Bruins (2005-08), Columbus Blue Jackets (2008-SA). Career Notes: Played 199 games for the Providence Bruins/AHL the past three seasons…called up to Boston on one occasion, making his NHL debut on Jan. 9, 2007 at Ottawa... signed a twoyear deal with the Columbus Blue Jackets in July 2009 before being reassigned to the Syracuse Crush (2008-09) where he played in19 games, with a line of 5-6--11. Regular Season | Playoffs Boston Bruins (2006-2007) NHL Totals (3 seasons)

GP 1 1

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

PIM | 4 4

JORDAN SIGALET

GP - -

G - -

A - -

Pts. - -

PIM -

HOBEY BAKER FINALIST

Boston Bruins (2005-08). Career Notes: Called up to Boston on four occasions…made NHL debut Jan. 7, 2006 against Tampa Bay allowing no goals in one minute of relief...posted sub-2.40 GAA and 15 or more wins in two of his three seasons with Providence...had a combined record of 46-21-5 with Providence...shared time with the Gazovik Tyumen (Russia) and the Vienna Capitals (Austria) in 2008-09, playing in 13 total games, including one playoff appearance with Vienna...averaged saving 92.5 percent of all shots taken against him between those two teams. Regular Season Boston Bruins (2005-06) NHL Totals (1 season)

Mins. 1 1

GA 0 0

EN 0 0

SO 0 0

GAA 0.00 0.00

W 0 0

L 0 0

T 0 0

Svs. 0 0

Pct. 0 0

MARK WELLS

BGSU Career (1975-79): Played in 154 games, scoring 77-154-231 and 45-93 PIM, 18 PP, 3 SH, 11 game winners seventh alltime in BGSU scoring history, 14th in goals and second in assists. Career Notes: Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the 13th round (176th overall) in the 1977 NHL Amatuer Draft...joined the Nova Scotia Voyageuers/AHL and the Flint Generals/IHL after competing in the 1980 Olympics...played for the New Haven Nighthawks (1980-81), having his most productive year as a professional (14-89--43, 67 GP)...split time with the Fort Wayne Komets/IHL and the Oklahoma City Stars/CHL in 1981-82...finished his career with the Flint Generals/IHL in 1981-82...never played in a professional game. International Career Notes: Was part of the 1980 “Miracle on Ice” Team with teammate Ken Morrow...played in 29 international competitions posting a line of 9-7--16.

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DEREK WHITMORE

Buffalo Sabres (2011-12): Called up for two games with the Buffalo Sabres, did not collect a point while staying even on the score sheet. Went right to the AHL after graduating from Bowling Green in 2008. Has split time between the Rochester Americans and the Portland Pirates of the AHL. In 310 games played, Whitmore has scored 84 goals, combined with 63 assists for 147 career points in the AHL.

Regular Season | Playoffs Buffalo Sabres (2011-12) NHL Totals (1 seasons)

GP 2 2

G 0 0

A 0 0

Pts. 0 0

PIM | 0 0

GP - -

G - -

A - -

Pts. - -

PIM -

PAUL YSEBAERT

New Jersey Devils (1988-90), Detroit Red Wings (1990-93), Winnipeg Jets (1993-94), Chicago Blackhawks (1993-95), Tampa Bay Lightning (1995-99). Career Notes: Drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the fourth round (74th overall) of the 1984 NHL Entry Draft...signed with the Canadian National Team following junior year at BGSU...in five games with Team Canada he scored one goal and registered four penalty minutes...has also played for the Utica Devils/ AHL (1988-90) and Cleveland Lumberjacks/ IHL (1998-99)...won the John B. Sollenberger Trophy (AHL’s top scorer) in 1990...received the Les Cunningham Plaque as the AHL’s MVP and was a First-Team AHL honoree in 1990...recipient of the Alka-Seltzer Plus Award in 1992 for possessing the NHL’s high plus/minus rating...that year was also his most successful, registering 35 goals and 40 assists (75 points) on the campaign...played with the Cleveland Lumberjacks/IHL in 1998-99...played the 1999-2000 season with Rapperswil before retiring. Regular Season | Playoffs New Jersey Devils (1988-90) Detroit Red Wings (1990-93) Winnipeg Jets (1993-94) Chicago Blawkhawks (1993-95) Tampa Bay Lightning (1995-99) NHL Totals (11 seasons)

GP 21 210 60 26 215 532

G 5 84 9 9 42 149

A 9 86 18 8 66 187

Pts. 14 170 27 17 108 336

PIM | 6 113 18 14 66 217

GP - 19 - 6 5 30

G - 4 - 0 0 4

A - 3 - 0 0 3

Pts. - 7 - 0 0 7

PIM 12 8 0 20

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Year-By-Year 1969-70 (13-12-5; 6-1-1 MCHA/1st) Coach: Jack Vivian Captains: Glen Shirton (C); Eric Preston (A), Mike Root (A) Date Opponent Result N 14 Windsor W, 8-2 N 15 Western Ontario L, 2-4 N 21 Ohio University# T, 2-2 (OT) N 22 Ohio University# W, 6-1 N 28 at Denver L, 3-9 N 29 at Denver L, 0-7 D 5 at Ohio State# L, 3-6 D 6 Ohio State# W, 4-3 D 13 Notre Dame L, 3-9 D 17 Ohio University + W, 3-1 D 18 Western Ontario + L, 1-5 J 2 at Rensselaer & L, 4-5 J 3 Montreal & L, 4-6 J 4 Providence & L, 2-5 J 9 St. Clair College L, 2-3 J 12 Clarkson L, 3-4 J 13 Clarkson L, 5-7 J 16 Waterloo T, 2-2 (OT) J 23 Guelph W, 8-1 J 24 Guelph T, 2-2 (OT) J 28 at Windsor W, 5-3 J 30 at Ohio University# W, 5-2 J 31 at Ohio University# W, 3-1 F 6 Ryerson Polytechnical Institute T, 2-2 (OT) F 7 Ryerson Polytechnical Institute W, 7-4 F 13 Ohio State# W, 2-0 F 14 at Ohio State# W, 7-5 F 18 at Notre Dame T, 4-4 (OT) F 27 Western Michigan (club) W, 14-3 F 28 Western Michigan (club) W, 9-0 #Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association game +Cleveland Cup (Cleveland, Ohio) &RPI Invitational (Troy, N.Y.) 1970-71 (18-12-1; 7-1-0 MCHA/1st) Coach: Jack Vivian Captains: Bruce Blyth, Glen Shirton Date Opponent Result N 13 Western Ontario L, 2-3 (OT) N 14 Western Ontario W, 7-6 (OT) N 20 Waterloo Lutheran W, 11-4 N 21 Waterloo Lutheran W, 8-1 N 26 St. Lawrence + L, 5-6 N 27 at Clarkson + L, 2-5 N 28 New Hampshire + L 4-6 D 4 Ohio State# W, 4-0 D 5 at Ohio State# L, 1-5 D 12 at Lake Superior L, 3-4 D 13 at Lake Superior L, 2-7 J 2 at Michigan State L, 2-7 J 3 at Michigan State L, 2-6 J 8 Clarkson W, 7-4 J 9 Clarkson L, 3-6 J 16 at Boston University L, 1-6 J 22 Ohio University# W, 6-1 J 23 Ohio University# W, 8-4 J 29 Guelph W, 6-4 J 30 Guelph W, 5-4 F 3 St. Clair College W, 10-2 F 5 Western Michigan (club) W, 8-2 F 6 Western Michigan (club) W, 9-0 F 12 at Ohio State# W, 3-2 F 13 Ohio State# W, 5-3 F 19 at Ohio University# W, 6-4

F 20 at Ohio University# W, 7-3 F 26 Notre Dame W, 5-1 F 27 at Notre Dame W, 3-2 M 7 at St. Louis L, 3-6 M 8 at St. Louis T, 4-4 (OT) #Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association game +North Country Festival (Potsdam, N.Y.) 1971-72 (21-10-2; 6-4-2 CCHA/3rd) Coach: Jack Vivian Captain: Glen Shirton Opponent Result Ryerson Polytechnical Institute W, 9-3 Ryerson Polytechnical Institute W, 9-0 Michigan State L, 2-5 Michigan State L, 3-8 Western Ontario W, 8-4 Western Ontario W, 4-2 at Rensselaer L, 1-4 at Rensselaer L, 4-6 Lake Superior W, 4-3 Lake Superior W, 6-1 Princeton + W, 6-4 Yale + W, 5-3 Windsor & W, 11-0 Michigan & L, 1-4 at Ohio University* W, 5-2 at Ohio University* W, 10-7 at Ohio State* W, 6-3 Ohio State* L, 1-2 at St. Louis* L, 6-11 at St. Louis* W, 5-4 Lake Forest W, 5-3 Lake Forest W, 6-3 at St. Clair College W, 5-4 Guelph W, 6-2 Guelph W, 5-4 (OT) Ohio University* W, 6-2 Ohio University* W, 8-2 Ohio State* L, 1-2 at Ohio State* L, 3-4 (OT) St. Louis* T, 4-4 (OT) St. Louis* T, 5-5 (OT) at St. Louis (CCHA Semifinal) L, 5-6 (OT) Ohio Univ. (CCHA Consolation) W, 7-6

Date N 5 N 6 N 12 N 13 N 19 N 20 N 26 N 27 D 3 D 4 D 20 D 21 D 28 D 29 J 7 J 8 J 14 J 15 J 21 J 23 J 28 J 29 F 1 F 4 F 5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M 3 M 4 (OT) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Cleveland Festival (Cleveland, Ohio) &Flint IMA (Flint, Mich.)

Date N 3 N 5 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D 1 D 2 D 8 D 9 D 18 D 19 D 27 D 28 J 5 J 6

1972-73 (16-19-0; 6-10-0 CCHA/4th) Coach: Jack Vivian Captain: Chuck Gyles Opponent Result Notre Dame W, 9-5 at Notre Dame L, 3-9 at Lake Superior* L, 4-8 at Lake Superior* L 6-7 New Hampshire L, 5-7 New Hampshire W, 3-2 at Michigan Tech L, 2-10 at Michigan Tech L, 4-6 Western Ontario W, 6-5 (OT) Western Ontario W, 4-3 Lake Superior* L, 7-8 (OT) Lake Superior* L, 4-10 Brown + L, 4-5 Ohio State + L, 7-9 Air Force & L, 3-4 (OT) Western Ontario & L, 3-8 Providence L, 6-9 Providence W, 5-3

Ken Morrow, BGSU’s and the CCHA’s first AllAmerican, is shown here against Boston College in the Falcons first NCAA semifinal contest.

Legendary Falcon head coach Ron Mason led BG to a 160-63-6 record in his six seasons behind the Falcon bench. His teams won three CCHA Championships, including the 1975-76 championship (shown above) where the Falcons won their first conference title in school history.

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John Markell celebrates after he put the puck past Boston College netminder Paul Skidmore in the 1978 NCAA Tournament semifinal game.

J 13 at St. Louis* L, 1-9 J 14 at St. Louis* L, 3-4 J 19 Ohio University* W, 11-8 J 20 Ohio University* W, 10-1 J 26 Ohio State* W, 5-4 J 27 at Ohio State* L, 4-8 F 2 Rensselaer W, 5-3 F 3 Rensselaer W, 3-0 F 9 at Ohio State* W, 6-5 (OT) F 10 Ohio State* L, 3-6 F 13 St. Clair College W, 12-3 F 16 at Ohio University* W, 13-0 F 17 at Ohio University* W, 11-0 F 23 St. Louis* L, 6-11 F 24 St. Louis* L, 1-5 M 2 St. Louis (CCHA Round-Robin) W, 6-5 (OT) M 4 Ohio State (CCHA Round-Robin) W, 8-1 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Cleveland Festival (Cleveland, Ohio) &Flint IMA (Flint, Mich.)

Date N 2 N 3 N 9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 20 N 23 N 24 N 25 N 30 D 1 D 7

1973-74 (20-19-0; 2-6-0 CCHA/3rd) Coach: Ron Mason Captain: Mike Bartley Opponent Result Guelph W, 10-0 Guelph W, 11-0 at SUNY-Buffalo W, 8-3 at SUNY-Buffalo W, 8-4 at Lake Superior* L, 3-5 at Lake Superior* L, 5-7 at Rensselaer L, 5-8 at New Hampshire L, 2-7 at New Hampshire W, 4-2 at Boston University L, 3-10 McMaster W, 9-6 McMaster W, 10-1 Michigan Tech L, 4-6

D 8 Michigan Tech L, 2-6 D 14 Michigan L, 3-6 D 15 at Michigan L, 4-5 D 21 at St. Louis* L, 4-5 D 22 at St. Louis* L, 3-4 J 4 Western Ontario L, 4-11 J 5 Western Ontario W, 7-4 J 11 Ohio State W, 4-3 (OT) J 12 Ohio State L, 4-5 (OT) J 18 Colgate W, 5-1 J 19 at Lake Forest W, 15-4 J 20 at Lake Forest W, 6-4 J 23 at Notre Dame L, 4-7 J 25 Notre Dame W, 8-3 F 1 Western Michigan W, 11-3 F 2 at Western Michigan W, 10-1 F 8 at Ohio State W, 3-2 F 9 at Ohio State L, 2-4 F 15 Lake Superior* L, 2-3 F 16 Lake Superior* W, 6-4 F 22 St. Louis* W, 6-5 (OT) F 23 St. Louis* L, 3-4 M 1 at Air Force W, 6-2 M 2 at Air Force L, 1-2 M 8 at St. Louis (CCHA Semifinal) L, 1-6 M 10 Western Michigan W, 11-4 (CCHA Consolation) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game 1974-75 (23-10-2; 4-3-1 CCHA/2nd) Coach: Ron Mason Captains: Roger Archer, Bob Dobek, Kevin MacDonald Date Opponent Result N 7 at Notre Dame L, 2-6 N 8 at Notre Dame L, 7-8 N 15 Lake Superior* W, 5-2 N 16 Lake Superior* W, 7-1 N 20 at Ohio State (at Fairgrounds) W, 5-2

Media Guide N 22 SUNY-Buffalo W, 9-4 N 23 SUNY-Buffalo W, 12-0 N 29 at St. Lawrence + W, 6-5 (2OT) N 30 Boston University + W, 3-2 D 7 at Michigan State W, 7-4 D 8 at Michigan State L, 3-4 D 13 Western Ontario W, 8-3 D 14 Western Ontario W, 4-2 D 17 at Western Michigan L, 2-8 D 27 Sir George Williams & W, 6-3 D 28 at Rensselaer & W, 6-5 D 29 Northeastern & T, 4-4 J 7 at Ohio State (at Fairgrounds) W, 7-2 J 10 McMaster W, 14-0 J 11 McMaster W, 12-4 J 14 St. Clair College W, 8-1 J 17 Ohio State W, 8-3 J 18 Ohio State W, 6-2 J 24 at St. Louis* L, 3-4 (OT) J 26 at St. Louis* L, 1-5 J 31 York L, 3-6 F 1 York W, 5-2 F 8 Western Michigan L, 2-3 (OT) F 14 at Lake Superior* T, 7-7 (OT) F 15 at Lake Superior* L, 5-6 F 21 St. Louis* W, 4-3 (OT) F 22 St. Louis* W, 3-2 F 28 Air Force W, 5-3 M 1 Air Force W, 7-2 M 7 Lake Superior L, 4-6 (CCHA Semifinal at St.Louis) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +North Country Festival (Canton, N.Y.) &RPI Invitational (Troy, N.Y.)

Though it hasn’t been confirmed that Mike “Doc” Emerich, PhD ever broadcasted a Falcon hockey game while doing his post-graduate work at BGSU, the famous NHL television broadcaster obtained his doctoral degree in Communications (speech) in 1976 from the University.

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1975-76 (21-9-2; 11-4-1 CCHA/1st) Coach: Ron Mason Captains: Dave Easton, Kevin MacDonald, Rich Nagai Date Opponent Result N 7 Lake Forest W, 13-1 N 8 Lake Forest W, 10-1 N 14 Clarkson W, 6-4 N 15 Clarkson W, 3-1 N 19 at Western Michigan* W, 6-2 N 21 Rensselaer W, 10-3 N 22 Rensselaer L, 5-6 D 5 Wilfrid Laurier L, 2-3 D 6 Wilfrid Laurier W, 14-1 D 13 at Western Ontario T, 5-5 D 15 at Toronto W, 5-3 J 6 Notre Dame W, 5-0 J 9 Lake Superior* W, 5-3 J 10 Lake Superior* W, 5-4 (OT) J 16 Ohio State* W, 14-3 J 17 Ohio State* W, 6-1 J 23 St. Louis* W, 6-1 J 24 St. Louis* L, 2-4 J 30 at Western Michigan* W, 6-3 J 31 Western Michigan* W, 6-3 F 3 at Michigan L, 6-7 F 10 Notre Dame L, 4-5 (OT) F 13 at Lake Superior* L, 0-1 F 14 at Lake Superior* L, 2-6 F 18 Western Michigan* W, 4-2 F 20 SUNY-Buffalo W, 15-3 F 21 SUNY-Buffalo W, 13-0 F 27 at Ohio State* W, 4-3 (OT) F 28 at Ohio State* W, 9-2 M 5 at St. Louis* L, 2-3 (OT) M 7 at St. Louis* T, 3-3 (OT) M 10 Western Michigan L, 2-3 (OT) (CCHA Semifinal) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game

George McPhee (1978-82) was named the CCHA Player of the Year for the 1981-82 season. He tallied 80 points (28g, 52a), which ranked as the thirdhighest total nationally. McPhee became the first Falcon to be awarded the Hobey Baker Award the same season.

Ken Morrow (1975-79) (left), George McPhee (197882) (center) and head coach Ron Mason (1973-79) (right) were all part of the winningest decade in BG hockey history. BG went 232-117-14 during the 1970s, a winning percentage of .658. BGSU won three CCHA titles and finished third in the NCAA tournament in 1978.

1976-77 (28-11-0; 10-6-0 CCHA/2nd) Coach: Ron Mason Captains: Dave Easton, Byron Shutt, Tom Thomas Date Opponent Result O 29 Guelph W, 8-1 O 30 Guelph W, 9-2 N 5 Alumni Game Exhibition N 12 at Northern Michigan W, 3-2 N 13 at Northern Michigan W, 5-3 N 16 Western Michigan* W, 5-2 N 19 Boston University W, 4-2 N 20 Boston University W, 4-2 N 30 at Notre Dame L, 1-6 D 3 St. Louis* L, 2-5 D 4 St. Louis* L, 4-6 D 10 Waterloo W, 6-1 D 11 Waterloo W, 5-2 D 18 at SUNY-Buffalo W, 9-4 D 19 at SUNY-Buffalo W, 10-0 D 28 Michigan Tech + L, 6-7 (OT) D 29 Brown + L, 2-3 (OT) J 7 at Ohio State* W, 7-3 J 8 at Ohio State* L, 4-5 (OT) J 14 Lake Superior* W, 8-2 J 15 Lake Superior* W, 11-1 J 19 at Notre Dame W, 6-5 (OT) J 21 at St. Louis* L, 2-5 J 23 at St. Louis* L, 3-4 (OT) J 28 Western Michigan* ppd to 2/15/77 J 29 at Western Michigan* ppd to 2/1/77 F 1 at Western Michigan* W, 8-4 F 4 York W, 6-2 F 5 York W, 4-3 F 8 at Western Michigan* W, 11-0 F 11 Northern Michigan W, 4-2 F 12 Northern Michigan‡ W, 4-0 F 15 Western Michigan* W, 3-2 F 18 at Lake Superior* W, 9-2 F 19 at Lake Superior* W, 5-1 F 25 Ohio State* W, 10-6 F 26 Ohio State* L, 2-4 M 4 Ohio State W, 5-2 M 6 Ohio State W, 4-1 (CCHA Semiifnals / 2-game, total goals) M 11 at St. Louis W, 4-0 M 13 at St. Louis L, 1-4 (CCHA Championship / 2-game, total goals) M 20 at Michigan (NCAA Quarterfinal) L, 5-7 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Greal Lakes Invitational (Detroit, Mich.) ‡Called (2 periods) -- power outa

1977-78 (31-8-0; 15-3-0 CCHA/1st) Coach: Ron Mason Captains: Dave Easton, Byron Shutt and Tom Thomas Date Opponent Result O 17 Toledo Goaldiggers§ (Ex.) W, 1-0 O 21 Michigan L, 2-7 O 22 at Michigan L, 4-6 O 28 Western Ontario W, 4-2 O 29 Western Ontario W, 8-4 N 2 Providence W, 5-4 N 4 at Northern Michigan* W, 5-0 N 5 at Northern Michigan* L, 4-7 N 12 Toronto W, 4-1 N 16 at Western Michigan* W, 7-1 N 25 at Vermont L, 1-2 N 26 at Vermont W, 10-5 D 2 McMaster W, 4-3 D 3 McMaster W, 7-1 D 6 Western Michigan* W, 6-4 D 9 York (game cancelled due to weather) D 10 York W, 7-5 D 29 Dartmouth & W, 5-2 D 30 at Cornell & L, 3-5 J 6 Ohio State* W, 7-3 J 7 Ohio State* W, 3-1 J 13 Northern Michigan* W, 5-3 J 14 Northern Michigan* W, 7-2 J 20 at St. Louis* L, 0-5 J 22 at St. Louis* W, 5-2 J 24 Notre Dame W, 5-1 J 27 at Lake Superior* (series cancelled) J 28 at Lake Superior* (series cancelled) F 3 Western Michigan* W, 7-2 F 4 at Western Michigan* L, 3-4 F 10 at Ohio State* W, 3-1 F 11 at Ohio State* W, 6-1 F 17 Lake Superior* W, 9-1 F 18 Lake Superior* W, 9-3 F 24 St. Louis* W, 7-0

Mark Wells scored 231 points for BG, but is better known for being a part of the 1980 USA Miracle On Ice Team.

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Year-By-Year F 25 St. Louis* W, 3-2 M 3 Ohio State W, 3-1 M 4 Ohio State W, 4-2 (CCHA Semifinals / 2-game, total goals) M 10 St. Louis W, 3-1 M 11 St. Louis W, 10-2 (CCHA Championship / 2-game, total goals) M 18 Colorado College (NCAA Quarerfinals) W, 5-3 M 24 Boston College+ (NCAA Semifinals) L, 2-6 M 25 Wisconsin+ (NCAA Consolation) W, 4-3 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game §(2 periods) -- fighting &Cornell Festival (Ithaca, N.Y.) +NCAA Finals at Providence (R.I.) Civic Center 1978-79 (37-6-2; 21-2-1 CCHA/1st) Coach: Ron Mason Captains: Paul Titanic (C), John Markell (A) Tom Newton (A) Date Opponent Result O 20 at Michigan L, 4-5 (OT) O 21 Michigan L, 3-4 (OT) O 27 Miami W, 15-0 O 28 at Miami W, 8-1 N 3 New Hampshire W, 9-6 N 4 New Hampshire L, 5-6 N 10 Vermont W, 5-2 N 11 Vermont W, 7-2 N 17 Clarkson W, 6-1 N 18 Clarkson W, 7-1 N 21 Ohio State* W, 6-3 N 24 at Northern Michigan* W, 4-1 N 25 at Northern Michigan* W, 4-1 D 1 St. Lawrence T, 3-3 (OT) D 2 St. Lawrence W, 7-2 D 8 St. Louis* W, 8-5 D 9 St. Louis* W, 7-1 D 15 at Ferris State* W, 11-5

Former Falcon coach Jerry York coached BGSU for 15 seasons, amassing 342 career victories. York’s teams won three CCHA regular season crowns and captured the CCHA Tournament title on two occasions.

The Falcons skate around the ice in Lake Placid, N.Y., just moments after winning the school’s first-ever national championship.

D 16 at Ferris State* W, 7-2 D 28 Vermont + W, 3-0 D 29 McGill + W, 12-7 D 30 at Brown + W, 6-1 J 5 Lake Superior* W, 5-2 J 6 Lake Superior* W, 4-0 J 9 at Ohio State* W, 3-2 J 12 at Western Michigan* W, 4-1 J 13 Western Michigan* W, 10-2 J 16 Ohio State* W, 5-2 J 26 at St. Louis* W, 4-2 J 27 at St. Louis* L, 3-4 J 31 at Notre Dame W, 5-2 F 2 Ferris State* W, 11-2 F 3 Ferris State* W, 10-0 F 9 Northern Michigan* T, 3-3 (OT) F 10 Northern Michigan* W, 5-2 F 16 at Lake Superior* W, 6-1 F 17 at Lake Superior* W, 4-3 F 20 at Ohio State* L, 1-3 F 23 Western Michigan* W, 12-4 F 24 at Western Michigan* W, 5-3 M 2 Lake Superior W, 12-2 M 3 Lake Superior W, 6-1 (CCHA Semifinals / 2-game, total goals) M 9 Ohio State W, 5-3 M 10 Ohio State W, 6-4 (CCHA Championship / 2-game, total goals) M 16 at Minnesota (NCAA Quarterfinals) L, 3-6 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Old Colony Invitational (Providence, R.I.) 1979-80 (16-20-2; 9-11-0 CCHA/4th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Mike Cotter, Steve Dawe, Tom Newton Date Opponent Result O 19 Michigan L, 5-9 O 20 at Michigan L, 2-7 O 27 at U.S. International T, 3-3 O 28 at U.S. International W, 6-3 N 2 Vermont L, 5-6 (OT)

N 3 Vermont W, 7-6 N 16 Providence W, 5-3 N 17 Providence W, 3-2 N 23 at New Hampshire L, 2-5 N 24 at New Hampshire L, 2-4 N 30 U.S. International W, 8-2 D 7 Notre Dame L, 2-5 D 14 Lake Superior* W, 4-3 D 15 Lake Superior* W, 4-1 D 28 at Yale W, 7-4 D 29 at Yale L, 3-6 J 4 at Western Michigan* L, 3-4 J 5 at Western Michigan* W, 6-4 J 11 Ferris State* W, 10-4 J 12 Ferris State* L, 3-5 J 18 at Ohio State* L, 2-8 J 19 at Ohio State* L, 0-5 J 22 Miami L, 3-4 J 25 Northern Michigan* L, 0-4 J 26 Northern Michigan* L, 3-4 F 1 at Ferris State* L, 1-6 F 2 at Ferris State* W, 6-4 F 5 Polish Olympic Team (Ex.) W, 5-4 F 8 Western Michigan* W, 9-3 F 9 Western Michigan* W, 8-4 F 12 at Miami W, 5-1 F 15 at Lake Superior* L, 3-5 F 16 at Lake Superior* W, 6-2 F 22 at Northern Michigan* W, 7-5 F 23 at Northern Michigan* L, 3-7 F 29 Ohio State* L, 3-5 M 1 Ohio State* L, 6-7 (OT) M 7 at Northern Michigan L, 3-11 M 8 at Northern Michigan T, 3-3 (CCHA Semifinals / 2-game, total goals) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game 1980-81 (13-24-2; 10-12-0 CCHA/4th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brian MacLellan, George McPhee Date Opponent Result O 14 Vaxjo Club (Sweden) (Ex.) W, 11-2 O 17 Michigan W, 3-2 (OT) O 18 at Michigan L, 4-9 O 22 Miami* W, 4-3 O 28 at Notre Dame W, 4-3

Captains Brian MacLellen and George Mcphee pose with the CCHA Regular Season Trophy after the 1981-82 season.

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Year-By-Year N 4 Notre Dame L, 2-3 N 7 Boston College L, 3-4 N 8 Boston College L, 0-4 N 14 New Hampshire L, 3-5 N 15 New Hampshire L, 5-7 N 21 Western Michigan* W, 6-5 N 22 Western Michigan* W, 5-2 N 27 at Clarkson + L, 5-6 (OT) N 28 at St. Lawrence + T, 6-6 (OT) D 5 at Ohio State L, 2-5 D 6 at Ohio State* L, 3-6 D 13 Western Ontario W, 3-2 D 19 at North Dakota L, 3-9 D 20 at North Dakota L, 1-4 J 3 Boston University & L, 4-5 (2OT) J 4 Minnesota-Duluth & L, 4-7 J 9 Lake Superior* W, 5-3 J 10 Lake Superior* L, 3-4 J 16 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-5 J 17 at Northern Michigan* L, 2-4 J 23 Ferris State* L, 4-8 J 24 Ferris State* W, 4-3 J 29 at Lake Superior* W, 6-2 J 30 at Lake Superior* L, 5-7 F 6 at Western Michigan* L, 4-6 F 7 at Western Michigan* W, 7-2 F 13 Ohio State* L, 5-7 F 14 Ohio State* W, 7-6 (OT) F 20 at Ferris State* L, 2-6 F 21 at Ferris State* L, 3-5 F 24 Miami* W, 6-2 F 27 Northern Michigan* L, 4-5 (OT) F 28 Northern Michigan* W, 10-3 M 6 at Northern Michigan T, 3-3 M 7 at Northern Michigan L, 2-10 (CCHA Semifinals / 2-game, total goals) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +North Country Festival &Colonial Bank Invitational (Hartford, Conn.) 1981-82 (27-13-2; 20-7-1 CCHA/1st) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brian MacLellan, George McPhee Date Opponent Result O 13 Michigan-Dearborn (Ex.) W, 12-2 O 16 North Dakota L, 4-6 O 17 North Dakota L, 3-6 O 23 at Wisconsin L, 4-8 O 24 at Wisconsin L, 3-9 O 30 Michigan State* L, 3-4 O 31 at Michigan State* L, 0-4 N 6 at Michigan Tech* T, 5-5 (OT) N 7 at Michigan Tech* L, 6-8 N 13 Lake Superior* W, 8-2 N 14 Lake Superior* W, 5-2 N 20 at Western Michigan* W, 6-5 (OT) N 21 at Western Michigan* W, 10-5 N 27 at Vermont W, 7-2 N 28 at Vermont W, 5-3 D 4 at Michigan State* L, 5-6 D 5 Michigan State* W, 4-3 D 11 at Ohio State* W, 5-2 D 12 at Ohio State* W, 5-2 D 18 Miami* W, 10-3 D 19 Miami* W, 7-2 J 8 at Northern Michigan* W, 6-3 J 9 at Northern Michigan* W, 5-4 J 15 Ferris State* W, 10-4 J 16 Ferris State* W, 4-2 J 22 at Notre Dame* L, 8-9 (OT)

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J 23 at Notre Dame* W, 8-7 (OT) J 29 at Michigan* W, 6-2 J 30 Michigan* W, 5-4 F 5 Illinois-Chicago Circle W, 7-3 F 6 Illinois-Chicago Circle W, 9-2 F 12 Ohio State* L, 5-6 F 13 Ohio State* W, 6-0 F 19 at Miami* W, 9-5 F 20 at Miami* L, 1-2 (OT) F 26 Michigan* W, 7-1 F 27 at Michigan* W, 5-3 M 5 Northern Michigan W, 8-0 M 6 Northern Michigan W, 10-5 (CCHA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) M 12 Notre Dame (CCHA Semifinals)# L, 5-8 M 13 Michigan Tech (CCHA Consolation)# W, 2-1 M 19 at Northeastern T, 2-2 M 20 at Northeastern L, 2-3 (OT) (NCAA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1982-83 (28-8-4; 24-5-3 CCHA/1st) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brian Hills, Barry Mills Date Opponent Result O 9 Michigan-Dearborn (Ex.) W, 9-3 O 15 Wisconsin L, 3-4 O 16 Wisconsin T, 4-4 (OT) O 22 Ferris State* W, 8-5 O 23 Ferris State* W, 9-3 O 29 Michigan* W, 9-2 O 30 Michigan* W, 10-9 N 5 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-1 N 6 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-3 N 12 Ohio State* T, 3-3 (OT) N 13 at Ohio State* L, 3-5 N 19 at Lake Superior* W, 6-5 (OT) N 20 at Lake Superior* W, 6-4 N 26 Notre Dame* W, 12-2 N 27 Notre Dame* W, 12-3 D 3 at Michigan Tech* L, 5-6 D 4 at Michigan Tech* W, 5-4 D 10 at Miami* W, 3-2 D 11 at Miami* W, 6-4 D 29 Lowell + L, 3-7 D 30 Brown + W, 7-4 J 7 Michigan State* W, 6-4 J 8 Michigan State* W, 4-2 J 14 Western Michigan* W, 4-1 J 15 Western Michigan* W, 4-0 J 21 at Northern Michigan* W, 7-5 J 22 at Northern Michigan* W, 7-6 (OT) J 28 Illinois-Chicago* W, 9-3 J 29 Illinois-Chicago* W, 15-1 F 4 at Western Michigan* L, 1-3 F 5 at Western Michigan* T, 3-3 (OT) F 11 at Notre Dame* T, 4-4 (OT) F 12 at Notre Dame* L, 3-5 F 18 Miami* W, 8-3 F 19 Miami* W, 6-1 F 25 at Ohio State* L, 5-10 F 26 Ohio State* W, 6-3 M 4 Notre Dame W, 8-3 M 5 Notre Dame W, 7-2 (CCHA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) M 11 Northern Michigan (CCHA Semifinals)# W, 3-0 M 12 Michigan State (CCHA Championship)# L, 3-4 (OT)

Dan Kane (1981-84) was one of two first-team AllCCHA members for the Falcons during the 1983-84 national championship season. The center ended his Falcon career ranking 17th on the all-time scoring list with 171 career points (59g, 112a). His 112 assists is 15th on the career assist list, as his final assist is a moment etched in Falcon hockey history. His pass in the fourth-overtime of the national championship game found the stick of Gino Cavallini who back-handed a shot past UMD goaltender Rick Kosti, giving BG its only team national title in school history.

Former Falcon defenseman Dave Ellett (198284) recorded 19 goals and 52 assists in his Falcon career. He helped lead the Falcons to a 62-16-6 record in his two seasons, including the 1984 National Championship, before going on to enjoy a 16-year NHL career.

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Co-captains Mike Pikul (left) and Wayne Wilson with the NCAA championship trophy after BG’s 5-4 quadruple overtime victory over Minnesota-Duluth.

*Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +RPI Invitational (Troy, N.Y.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1983-84 (34-8-2; 22-4-2 CCHA/1st) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Mike Pikul, Wayne Wilson Date Opponent Result O 14 Clarkson W, 5-2 O 15 Clarkson W, 5-3 O 21 Lake Superior* W, 7-2 O 22 Lake Superior* L, 1-2 O 28 Michigan Tech* W, 6-5 O 29 Michigan Tech* W, 5-1 N 4 at Michigan State* W, 7-4 N 5 at Michigan State* W, 5-3 N 11 Illinois-Chicago* W, 8-3 N 12 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-2 N 18 at New Hampshire W, 6-5 (OT) N 19 at New Hampshire W, 4-3 N 25 Miami* W, 5-3 N 26 Miami* W, 6-3 D 2 at Ohio State* W, 4-2 D 3 Ohio State* W, 8-6 D 9 Western Michigan* W, 5-4 D 10 Western Michigan* W, 4-3 D 29 Cornell & W, 6-4 D 30 Clarkson & W, 2-0 J 6 at Michigan* W, 8-2 J 7 at Michigan* L, 5-6 (OT) J 13 at Ferris State* W, 5-2 J 14 at Ferris State* T, 5-5 (OT) J 20 Northern Michigan* W, 4-2 J 21 Northern Michigan* W, 4-2 J 27 Ohio State* W, 4-3 (OT) J 28 at Ohio State* W, 3-2 (OT) F 3 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 5-3 F 4 at Illinois-Chicago* T, 5-5 (OT) F 10 at Western Michigan* L, 3-8 F 11 at Western Michigan* W, 4-2 F 17 Michigan-Dearborn W, 11-3 F 18 Michigan-Dearborn W, 10-2 F 24 at Miami* W, 11-4

F 25 at Miami* L, 2-6 M 2 Lake Superior W, 7-3 M 3 Lake Superior L, 6-7 (CCHA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) M 9 Western Mich. (CCHA Semifinals)# L, 3-4 (2OT) M 10 Ohio State (CCHA Consolation)# L, 2-3 (OT) M 16 at Boston University L, 3-6 M 17 at Boston University W, 5-1 (OT) (NCAA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) M 23 Michigan State (NCAA Semifinals)+ W, 2-1 M 24 Minnesota-Duluth (NCAA Final)+ W, 5-4 (4OT) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game &Key Bank Tournament (Lake Placid, NY) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) +NCAA Championships (Lake Placid, N.Y.)

Date O 12 O 13 O 19 O 20 O 26 O 27 N 2 N 3 N 9 N 10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 30 D 1 D 7 D 8 D 14

1984-85 (21-21-0; 17-15-0 CCHA/4th) Coach: Jerry York Captain: George Roll Opponent Result Ferris State* L, 2-4 Ferris State* L, 4-5 (OT) at Lake Superior* W, 5-1 at Lake Superior* L, 4-6 at Michigan* L, 3-5 Michigan* W, 5-1 at Ohio State* L, 3-7 Ohio State* W, 8-4 at Clarkson L, 3-5 at Clarkson L, 4-5 (OT) at Western Michigan* L, 1-3 at Western Michigan* W, 4-3 Michigan State* L, 1-4 at Michigan State* W, 4-3 at Miami* W, 10-4 at Miami* W, 5-3 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-2 Illinois-Chicago* W, 6-5 at Ferris State* W, 4-3

D 15 at Ferris State* L, 3-5 D 28 Michigan State + L, 1-3 D 29 Michigan + L, 5-12 J 4 Lake Superior* L, 4-5 (OT) J 5 Lake Superior* W, 9-1 J 7 USSR/Spartak (at Richfield Coliseum) (Ex.) L, 4-9 J 11 Michigan* W, 9-4 J 12 at Michigan* L, 6-8 J 18 at Ohio State* L, 3-7 J 19 Ohio State* W, 7-4 J 25 St. Lawrence W, 7-2 J 26 St. Lawrence W, 8-5 F 1 Western Michigan* L, 2-5 F 2 Western Michigan* L, 5-8 F 8 at Michigan State* L, 1-15 F 9 Michigan State* L, 1-3 F 15 Miami* W, 8-4 F 16 Miami* W, 6-5 F 22 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 6-4 F 23 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 8-5 M 1 Illinois-Chicago W, 7-5 M 2 Illinois-Chicago W, 7-2 (CCHA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) M 8 Lake Superior (CCHA Semifinals)# L, 1-4 M 9 Ohio State (CCHA Consolation)# L, 4-7 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Great Lakes Invitational (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1985-86 (28-14-0; 23-9-0 CCHA/T-2nd) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Iain Duncan, Todd Flichel, Jamie Wansbrough Date Opponent Result O 11 at Ferris State* W, 4-3 O 12 at Ferris State* W, 5-3 O 18 Lake Superior* W, 8-4 O 19 Lake Superior* L, 2-4 O 25 at Michigan* L, 5-7 O 26 Michigan* W, 11-5 N 1 Ohio State* W, 9-5 N 2 at Ohio State* W, 7-4 N 8 Clarkson L, 3-4 N 9 Clarkson W, 5-3 N 15 Western Michigan* W, 8-7 (OT)

Gary Kruzich (1983-87) is BGSU’s all-time winningest goaltender with 88 career wins. His 14 consecutive wins and 24-game unbeaten streak during the 198687 season are still Falcon records.

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Ty Eigner played four years for Bowling Green, serving as captain for the 1992-93 season. Eigner now serves as an assistant coach for the Orange and Brown.

N 16 N 22 N 23 N 29 N 30 D 6 D 7 D 13 D 14 D 21 D 28 D 29 J 3 J 4 J 10 J 11 J 17 J 18 J 24 J 25 J 31 F 1 F 7 F 8 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 M 1

Western Michigan* W, 8-4 at Michigan State* L, 3-4 (OT) Michigan State* W, 6-5 (OT) Miami* W, 7-2 Miami* W, 4-2 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-3 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-0 Ferris State* W, 5-1 Ferris State* W, 7-3 Czechoslovakia (Ex.) L, 2-10 St. Lawrence + W, 5-2 Toronto + L, 4-5 (3OT) at Lake Superior* W, 4-3 (OT) at Lake Superior* W, 6-2 Michigan* L, 4-7 at Michigan* W, 7-3 at Ohio State* W, 5-3 Ohio State* W, 9-7 at St. Lawrence L, 2-5 at St. Lawrence L, 5-8 at Western Michigan* L, 5-7 at Western Michigan* L, 2-5 Michigan State* L, 4-7 at Michigan State* L, 4-6 at Miami* W, 5-2 at Miami* L, 6-7 (OT) Illinois-Chicago* W, 5-2 Illinois-Chicago* W, 6-2 Illinois-Chicago W, 7-3 Illinois-Chicago W, 2-1 (2OT) (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 7 Western Michigan (CCHA Semifinals)# L, 3-4 (3OT) M 8 Lake Superior (CCHA Consolation)# W, 3-0 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +College Hockey Classic (Lake Placid, N.Y.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1986-87 (33-10-2; 24-6-2 CCHA/1st) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Iain Duncan, Todd Flichel Date Opponent Result O 10 at Michigan* L, 5-6

The 1986-87 regular season championship for the Falcons was the last of four under former head coach Jerry York. BG has won a total of nine regular season CCHA titles.

O 11 Michigan* W, 5-2 O 17 New Hampshire W, 6-1 O 18 New Hampshire W, 8-2 O 24 at Lake Superior* W, 7-5 O 25 at Lake Superior* W, 7-3 O 31 at Miami* W, 7-6 N 1 at Miami* W, 6-4 N 7 Ohio State* W, 5-2 N 8 at Ohio State* W, 4-2 N 14 at Illinois-Chicago* (at Franklin Park) W, 5-3 N 15 at Illinois-Chicago* (at Franklin Park) T, 5-5 (OT) N 21 Ferris State* W, 5-3 N 22 Ferris State* L, 3-6 N 28 Michigan State* L, 4-5 (OT) N 30 at Michigan State* L, 1-5 D 5 Western Michigan* W, 5-2 D 6 Western Michigan* W, 3-1 D 12 at Princeton W, 7-4 D 13 at Princeton W, 5-2 D 27 Colgate + W, 4-3 D 28 RIT + W, 4-3 J 2 Lake Superior* W, 12-4 J 3 Lake Superior* W, 7-2 J 9 Miami* W, 8-3 J 10 Miami* W, 12-3 J 16 at Ohio State* W, 7-3 J 17 Ohio State* W, 8-6 J 23 Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-3 J 24 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-5 J 30 at Ferris State* W, 4-3 J 31 at Ferris State* W, 6-1 F 6 at Michigan State* L, 3-6 F 7 Michigan State* T, 3-3 (OT) F 13 at Western Michigan* L, 3-8 F 14 at Western Michigan* W, 6-5 (OT) F 20 at Michigan* W, 5-3 F 21 Michigan* W, 9-3 F 27 Ferris State L, 4-6 F 28 Ferris State W, 5-0 M 1 Ferris State W, 5-1 (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 6 Ohio State (CCHA Semifinals)# W, 5-3 M 7 Michigan State (CCHA Championship)# L, 3-4 (OT)

Garry Galley (1981-84) is tied for second on the all-time career scoring list for BG defensemen with 152 career points (35g, 117a). Only Scott Paluch (169 career points) ranks ahead of the former NHL-star.

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Year-By-Year M 20 at Harvard L, 1-7 M 21 at Harvard L, 0-3 (NCAA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Syracuse Invitational (Syracuse, N.Y.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1987-88 (30-13-2; 19-11-2 CCHA/2nd) Coach: Jerry York Captain: Scott Paluch Date Opponent Result O 9 at Michigan* W, 7-6 O 10 Michigan* L, 4-5 O 16 Toronto W, 9-6 O 17 Toronto (Ex.) W, 8-3 O 23 Lake Superior* L, 4-5 (OT) O 24 Lake Superior* L, 3-7 O 30 at Miami* W, 4-3 (OT) O 31 at Miami* W, 6-5 (OT) N 6 Ohio State* T, 5-5 (OT) N 7 at Ohio State* W, 8-3 N 13 Illinois-Chicago* W, 6-3 N 14 Illinois-Chicago* L, 3-5 N 16 Team USA (Ex.) L, 2-14 N 20 at Ferris State* W, 8-4 N 21 at Ferris State* W, 9-6 N 27 Michigan State* L, 3-6 N 29 at Michigan State* L, 3-7 D 4 at Western Michigan* L, 5-6 D 5 at Western Michigan* L, 6-7 (OT) D 11 Princeton W, 5-2 D 12 Princeton W, 5-2 D 27 Alaska Fairbanks + W, 6-4 D 28 at Maine + W, 6-5 J 8 at Lake Superior* T, 6-6 (OT) J 9 at Lake Superior* L, 1-5 J 15 Miami* W, 6-4 J 16 Miami* W, 7-4 J 22 at Ohio State* W, 8-2 J 23 Ohio State* W, 9-1 J 29 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 5-4 J 30 at Illinois-Chicago* L, 4-6 F 5 Ferris State* W, 10-2 F 6 Ferris State* W, 11-3 F 12 at Michigan State* W, 5-4 F 13 Michigan State* W, 6-5

Todd Reirden (1990-94), tallied 76 career points (24g, 52a) for the orange and brown. Reirden went on to play professional hockey for 13 seasons, spending time playing for Edmonton, St. Louis, Atlanta, Anaheim and Phoenix.

The Falcon bench celebrates the closing seconds of BG’s 1988 CCHA playoff championship game victory over Lake Superior at Joe Louis Arena.

F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M 4 M 5

Western Michigan* W, 11-2 Western Michigan* W, 8-7 Michigan* L, 3-5 at Michigan* W, 6-1 Ferris State W, 5-4 (4OT) Ferris State W, 6-3 (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 11 Michigan State (CCHA Semifinal)# W, 6-4 M 12 Lake Superior (CCHA Championship)# W, 5-3 M 18 Vermont W, 5-1 M 19 Vermont W, 5-1 (NCAA First Round / 2-game, total goals) M 25 at Maine L, 1-5 M 26 at Maine L, 3-4 (NCAA Quarterfinals / 2-game, total goals) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Dexter Classic (Orono, Maine) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1988-89 (26-18-3; 15-14-3 CCHA/5th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Alan Leggett, Greg Parks Date Opponent Result O 14 at Alaska Anchorage W, 7-3 O 15 at Alaska Anchorage W, 10-2 O 21 at Ohio State* L, 3-4 (OT) O 22 Ohio State* W, 6-3 O 27 Western Michigan* W, 7-5 O 28 Western Michigan* W, 6-1 O 31 Western Ontario W, 5-3 N 4 at Michigan* W, 8-5 N 5 Michigan* L, 6-7 N 11 Michigan State* L, 1-12 N 12 at Michigan State* L, 2-6 N 18 at Lake Superior* L, 2-3 (OT) N 19 at Lake Superior* L, 3-4 (OT) N 25 Miami* L, 3-6 N 26 Miami* W, 5-3 D 2 at Ferris State* L, 4-6 D 3 at Ferris State* L, 5-7 D 9 Illinois-Chicago* W, 3-0 D 10 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-3 D 16 Ohio State* W, 7-4 D 17 at Ohio State* L, 2-3 (OT) D 28 Cornell + W, 3-2

D 29 J 3 J 6 J 7 J 13 J 14 J 20 J 21 J 27 J 28 F 3 F 4 F 10 F 11 F 17 F 18 F 24 F 25 M 3 M 4 M 5

Colgate + W, 4-3 Michigan-Dearborn W, 6-0 at Western Michigan* W, 4-3 at Western Michigan* W, 6-5 Michigan* L, 2-6 at Michigan* L, 1-4 at Michigan State* L, 5-8 Michigan State* W, 5-2 Lake Superior* T, 3-3 (OT) Lake Superior* W, 3-2 at Miami* W, 7-1 at Miami* W, 6-1 Ferris State* T, 1-1 (OT) Ferris State* T, 2-2 (OT) at Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-2 at Illinois-Chicago* L, 2-3 (OT) St. Cloud State W, 6-2 St. Cloud State W, 6-3 at Michigan W, 6-4 at Michigan L, 1-4 at Michigan W, 3-2 (3OT) (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 10 Michigan State (CCHA Semifinal)# L, 2-3 M 11 Illinois-Chicago (CCHA Consolation)# W, 5-3 M 17 at Boston College L, 5-8 M 18 at Boston College L, 2-4 (NCAA First Round / 2-game, total goals) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Syracuse Invitational (Syracuse, N.Y.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1989-90 (25-17-2; 20-10-2 CCHA/3rd) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Kevin Dahl and Joe Quinn Date Opponent Result O 13 Northern Michigan L, 5-6 (OT) O 14 Northern Michigan W, 8-2 O 20 at Ohio State* W, 9-6 O 21 Ohio State* L, 3-5 O 24 Windsor Ex (W, 3-2) O 27 at Western Michigan* L, 1-4 O 28 at Western Michigan* W, 9-7 N 2 Michigan* W, 6-3 N 3 at Michigan* L, 1-4 N 10 at Michigan State* L, 3-11 N 11 Michigan State* L, 4-5 (OT)

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Todd Reirden (top left) and Brian Holzinger (bottom right) were two key players for the Falcons in the early 1990s under former head coach Jerry York. The two Falcon greats would go on to enjoy successful NHL careers.

N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D 1 D 2 D 8 D 9 D 15 D 16 D 29 D 30 J 5 J 6 J 12 J 13 J 19 J 20 J 26 J 27 F 2 F 3 F 9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M 2 M 3

Lake Superior* L, 3-5 Lake Superior* W, 4-3 at Miami* W, 7-5 at Miami* W, 7-3 Ferris State* W, 6-2 Ferris State* W, 7-2 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-1 at Illinois-Chicago* L, 4-5 (OT) Ohio State* W, 7-6 at Ohio State* W, 6-5 St. Lawrence + W, 6-2 at Maine + L, 4-7 Western Michigan* W, 3-2 Western Michigan* L, 1-6 at Michigan* W, 5-2 Michigan* W, 9-8 (OT) Michigan State* L, 4-5 at Michigan State* T, 4-4 (OT) at Lake Superior* L, 2-11 at Lake Superior* W, 4-1 Miami* W, 8-7 (OT) Miami* W, 4-3 at Ferris State* T, 5-5 (OT) at Ferris State* W, 4-3 (OT) Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-2 Illinois-Chicago* W, 2-1 at St. Cloud State L, 2-3 (OT) at St. Cloud State W, 8-5 Ohio State W, 7-1 Ohio State W, 6-5 (CCHA Semifinals / Best 2-of-3) M 10 Lake Superior (CCHA Semifinal)# L, 2-4 M 11 Michigan (CCHA Consolation)# L, 4-5 M 16 at Maine L, 4-8 M 17 at Maine L, 2-5 (NCAA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Dexter Classic (Orono, Maine) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.)

1990-91 (15-23-2; 13-17-2 CCHA/6th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Braden Shavchook (C), Peter Holmes (A) Matt Ruchty (A) Date Opponent Result O 12 at Lake Superior* L, 1-3 O 13 at Lake Superior* L, 2-10 O 18 Michigan* W, 8-3 O 19 at Michigan* L, 4-7 O 22 Western Ontario Ex (W, 11-3) O 26 at Ohio State* W, 9-3 O 27 Ohio State* W, 5-3 N 2 at Michigan State* W, 6-4 N 3 Michigan State* W, 5-4 N 9 at Miami* W, 5-4 (OT) N 10 at Miami* T, 1-1 (OT) N 16 at Ferris State* T, 5-5 (OT) N 17 at Ferris State* L, 2-4 N 23 Western Michigan* W, 5-1 N 24 at Western Michigan* W, 3-0 N 30 Illinois-Chicago* W, 6-5 (OT) D 1 Illinois-Chicago* L, 3-5 D 7 North Dakota W, 7-5 D 8 North Dakota W, 4-3 (OT) D 14 Michigan State* L, 3-9 D 15 at Michigan State* L, 2-4 D 28 North Dakota + L, 2-8 D 29 St. Lawrence + L, 3-6 J 4 at Western Michigan* L, 2-4 J 5 Western Michigan* L, 2-4 J 11 Lake Superior* L, 2-6 J 12 Lake Superior* L, 3-6 J 18 Michigan* L, 1-9 J 19 at Michigan* L, 2-6 J 25 at Illinois-Chicago* L, 3-8

Greg De Vries played 24 games for the Falcons before going on to play in the NHL. He won a Stanley Cup with Colorado in 2001

Dan Bylsma played for Bowling Green from 19881992, before going on to successful playing career. Bylsma now serves as the head coach for the Pittsburgh Penguins, guiding them to a Stanley Cup in 2009.

J 26 F 1 F 2 F 8 F 9 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 M 1 M 2

at Illinois-Chicago* L, 2-4 at Northern Michigan L, 3-9 at Northern Michigan L, 2-7 Ferris State* W, 6-5 Ferris State* L, 5-6 (OT) Miami* W, 6-2 Miami* W, 7-3 Ohio State* W, 7-3 at Ohio State* L, 0-3 at Ferris State L, 3-5 at Ferris State L, 2-3 (OT) (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Bank One Badger Showdown (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1991-92 (8-21-5; 7-20-5 CCHA/9th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Peter Holmes and Otis Plageman Date Opponent Result O 25 at Ohio State* L, 3-5 O 26 Ohio State* W, 6-5 (OT) N 1 at Lake Superior* L, 1-8 N 2 at Lake Superior* L, 3-8 N 8 Michigan State* L, 3-6 N 9 at Michigan State* L, 6-9 N 15 Illinois-Chicago* W, 9-4 N 16 Illinois-Chicago* L, 1-10 N 29 at Miami* L, 4-5 N 30 Miami* T, 4-4 (OT) D 6 at Western Michigan* W, 5-4 D 7 Western Michigan* L, 5-6 D 21 Boston College + W, 5-3 D 22 at Minnesota + L, 5-6 (OT) J 3 at Illinois-Chicago* L, 5-6 J 4 at Illinois-Chicago* T, 4-4 (OT) J 10 Lake Superior* L, 3-4 J 11 Lake Superior* T, 6-6 (OT) J 17 at Ferris State* L, 4-5 (OT)

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J 18 at Ferris State* W, 8-3 J 24 Western Michigan* L, 2-3 (OT) J 25 at Western Michigan* L, 2-3 J 31 Ohio State* L, 4-5 (OT) F 1 at Ohio State* T, 5-5 (OT) F 7 Michigan* W, 7-4 F 8 at Michigan* W, 4-3 F 14 Michigan State* W, 2-1 (OT) F 15 at Michigan State* T, 6-6 (OT) F 21 Miami* L, 4-7 F 22 at Miami* L, 1-3 F 25 Michigan* L, 1-2 F 29 Soviet Red Army (Exhibition - Cancelled because of political unrest in the former Soviet Union) M 3 at Michigan* L, 2-4 M 6 Ferris State* L, 2-3 M 7 Ferris State* L, 1-5 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Mariucci Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) 1992-93 (19-21-1; 12-17-1 CCHA/7th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Ty Eigner (C), Brett Harkins (A), Jeff Wells (A) Date Opponent Result O 16 Toronto W, 8-1 O 23 at Lake Superior* L, 1-3 O 24 at Lake Superior* L, 2-7 O 30 Kent* L, 2-5 O 31 at Kent* W, 5-3 N 6 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 3-1 N 7 at Western Michigan* L, 3-5 N 13 Kent* L, 4-6 N 14 at Western Michigan* L, 3-5 N 20 at Ohio State* L, 5-7 N 21 Ohio State* W, 11-2 N 26 at Alaska Fairbanks + W, 3-2 N 27 Maine + L, 1-8 N 28 Yale + W, 5-3 D 4 at Miami* L, 5-7 D 5 Miami* W, 5-0 D 11 Illinois-Chicago* W, 9-2 D 12 Notre Dame* W, 5-2 D 29 Cornell & W, 8-7 (OT) D 30 Maine & L, 2-6 J 2 at North Dakota W, 4-1 J 3 at North Dakota L, 5-6 (OT) J 8 at Ferris State* L, 3-4 (OT) J 9 at Ferris State* L, 3-4 J 15 Western Michigan* W, 6-4 J 16 at Michigan* L, 0-4 J 22 Ferris State* L, 3-4 J 23 Lake Superior* L, 4-5 (OT) J 29 at Michigan State* L, 2-6 J 30 Illinois-Chicago* W, 4-1 F 12 Notre Dame* W, 7-4 F 13 Michigan* L, 1-8 F 19 Michigan State* T, 5-5 (OT) F 20 at Michigan* L, 1-12 F 26 Miami* L, 4-7 F 27 at Ohio State* W, 5-4 M 4 at Notre Dame* ppd to 3/7/93 M 5 Michigan State* W, 6-2 M 7 at Notre Dame* W, 4-3 (OT) M 12 at Western Michigan W, 5-4 M 13 at Western Michigan W, 6-3 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) M 19 Lake Superior (CCHA Quarterfinal)# L, 1-7

Brian Holzinger (1991-95) ranks 16th on the all-time Falcon scoring list with 185 career points. His 102 career goals rank tied for seventh in BGSU history, a good chunk of those coming in the 1994-95 season, when the Parma, Ohio native scored 35 goals in leading BG to a second place CCHA finish. The senior forward capped his final season by earning college hockey’s biggest honor, the Hobey Baker Memorial Trophy.

*Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Great Alaska Face-Off (Fairbanks, Alaska) &Cleveland College Classic (Richfield, Ohio) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1993-94 (19-17-2; 15-13-2 CCHA/6th) Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brian Holzinger, Sean Pronger, Jeff Wells Date Opponent Result O 15 Toronto W, 12-1 O 22 Ohio State* W, 6-0 O 23 at Ohio State* W, 3-2 O 29 Michigan* T, 5-5 (OT) O 30 Western Michigan* W, 6-2 N 5 at Ferris State* W, 6-2 N 6 at Lake Superior* W, 3-2 N 19 at Western Michigan* L, 4-5 N 20 at Michigan State* T, 2-2 (OT) N 26 Rensselaer + L, 4-5 N 27 Illinois-Chicago + W, 4-2 D 3 Ferris State* W, 5-2 D 4 Ferris State* L, 3-4 D 7 at Miami* W, 2-1 (OT) D 10 Alaska Fairbanks L, 4-6 D 11 Alaska Fairbanks L, 3-8 J 7 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 8-2 J 8 at Illinois-Chicago* L, 3-6 J 14 at Notre Dame* L, 1-2 J 15 at Michigan State* L, 0-3 J 21 Lake Superior* W, 5-4 J 22 Lake Superior* L, 1-6 J 25 at Michigan* L, 1-2 J 28 Michigan State* L, 1-8 F 4 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-6 (OT)

Ohio State* L, 3-4 at Kent* W, 5-4 at Kent* W, 6-5 Notre Dame* W, 8-2 Miami* W, 4-3 (OT) Western Michigan* L, 3-4 Kent* W, 9-6 at Miami* L, 2-5 Michigan* L, 1-2 at Notre Dame* L, 1-4 Ferris State W, 3-0 Ferris State W, 3-2 (OT) (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) M 18 Michigan State (CCHA Quarterfinal)# L, 2-3 (OT) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Dexter Classic (Orono, Maine) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1994-95 (25-11-2; 18-7-2 CCHA/2nd) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Jason Clark, Curtis Fry, Brian Holzinger Date Opponent Result O 14 Guelph W, 11-2 O 15 at Michigan State L, 3-6 O 18 Ohio State W, 10-2 O 21 Miami* W, 8-4 O 22 at Miami* W, 5-3 O 28 at Illinois-Chicago* W, 6-3 O 29 at Western Michigan* W, 5-3 N 1 Notre Dame* W, 7-1 N 9 at Michigan State* L, 4-7 N 12 Michigan* L, 3-7 N 18 at Notre Dame* W, 5-1 N 19 Western Michigan* W, 5-3

Garry Galley (1981-84) is tied for second on the all-time career scoring list for BG defensemen with 152 career points (35g, 117a). Only current Falcon head coach Scott Paluch (169 career points) ranks ahead of the former NHL-star.

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Year-By-Year N 25 York + (Certified Foreign Tour) W, 9-5 N 26 at Toronto + (Certified Foreign Tour) (Ex.) W, 9-3 D 2 at Ferris State* W, 7-3 D 3 at Ferris State* L, 4-7 D 9 Michigan State* W, 6-2 D 10 at Ohio State L, 3-4 D 28 Wisconsin & L, 3-4 (2OT) D 29 Northeastern & W, 7-4 J 6 Notre Dame* W, 3-1 J 7 Illinois-Chicago* W, 8-4 J 13 at Ohio State* (at Fairgrounds) W, 9-3 J 14 Miami* T, 4-4 (OT) J 20 at Michigan* L, 3-4 (OT) J 21 Michigan State* W, 6-4 J 27 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-5 F 3 Alaska Fairbanks W, 6-3 F 4 Alaska Fairbanks W, 6-1 F 10 at Lake Superior* L, 2-7 F 11 at Lake Superior* L, 2-8 F 17 at Michigan* L, 3-4 F 18 at Western Michigan* T, 4-4 (OT) F 24 Ohio State* W, 7-5 F 26 at Ohio State* (at Fairgrounds) W, 6-1 M 3 Lake Superior* W, 3-2 M 4 Ferris State* W, 3-1 M 10 Notre Dame W, 7-2 M 11 Notre Dame W, 5-4 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) M 18 Michigan State (CCHA Semifinal)# L, 3-4 (OT) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Univ. of Toronto Cross/Border Challenge (Toronto, Ontario) &Bank One Badger Showdown (Milwaukee, Wis.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1995-96 (26-14-1; 18-11-1 CCHA/5th) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Jason Clark (C), Curtis Fry (A), Mike Johnson (A) Date Opponent Result O 13 Western Ontario W, 7-3 O 14 Brock W, 8-2 O 21 Michigan State* W, 6-2 O 27 Rensselaer W, 3-2 O 28 Rensselaer W, 6-4 N 3 at Clarkson W, 3-2 N 4 at Clarkson L, 3-5 N 10 at Ferris State* T, 2-2 (OT) N 11 at Lake Superior* W, 3-2 N 17 Ferris State* W, 5-4 N 18 Western Michigan* L, 2-4 N 23 at Alaska Fairbanks* W, 8-6 N 24 at Alaska Fairbanks* W, 4-2 N 25 at Alaska Fairbanks* W, 5-2 D 2 Michigan* L, 1-8 D 8 at Miami* L, 4-7 D 10 at Ohio State* (at Fairgrounds) L, 1-4 D 15 vs. Western Michigan*& L, 4-6 D 29 New Hampshire + W, 3-2 D 30 at Minnesota + L, 2-3 J 5 Miami* W, 5-1 J 6 Ferris State* W, 5-4 (OT) J 13 Ohio State* W, 6-4 J 19 at Michigan State* L, 2-4 J 20 at Western Michigan* L, 0-4 J 26 Miami* L, 3-4 (OT)

The 1996-97 Falcons, captained by Curtis Fry and Mike Johnson

J 27 J 30 F 2 F 3 F 9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 F 29 M 2 M 8 M 9

Michigan* W, 6-5 at Notre Dame* W, 4-3 Lake Superior* W, 4-1 Lake Superior* L, 3-4 (OT) at Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-1 at Notre Dame* W, 4-3 (OT) Illinois-Chicago* W, 5-0 Illinois-Chicago* W, 7-5 Ohio State* L, 2-4 Notre Dame* W, 8-2 at Michigan State* W, 5-1 at Michigan* L, 5-7 at Western Michigan W, 8-1 at Western Michigan W, 3-1 (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 15 Lake Superior (CCHA Semifinal)# L, 0-7 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game &at Thomas & Mack Center (Las Vegas. NV) Vegas Bowl +Mariucci Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 1996-97 (17-16-5; 1 0-12-5 CCHA/T-5th) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Curtis Fry, Mike Johnson Date Opponent Result O 11 Toronto W, 9-0 O 12 Ohio State W, 7-2 O 18 Boston College W, 8-3 O 19 Boston College W, 4-2 O 25 at Lake Superior* W, 6-4 O 26 at Lake Superior* W, 4-2 N 1 at Michigan State* L, 2-8 N 2 Notre Dame* L, 5-7 N 8 Ferris State* L, 2-3

N 9 N 15 N 16 N 22 N 23 N 30 D 1 D 6 D 14 D 27 D 28 J 3 J 4 J 11 J 14 J 18 J 24 J 31 F 1 F 7 F 8 F 15 F 16 F 21 F 22 M 1 M 7 M 8

at Michigan* L, 1-4 at Miami* L, 0-4 Michigan* T, 3-3 (OT) Notre Dame* L, 3-5 Michigan State* L, 3-5 Ohio State* W, 10-4 at Ohio State* (at Fairgrounds) L, 3-6 Alaska Fairbanks* W, 7-4 at Western Michigan* T, 2-2 (OT) Brown + L, 4-5 (OT) Massachusetts + L, 4-5 at Ferris State* L, 3-5 at Ferris State* W, 7-2 at Notre Dame* W, 3-2 Western Michigan* W, 4-2 Colgate W, 5-3 Lake Superior* W, 8-5 Miami* T, 2-2 (OT) at Michigan* L, 1-6 Alaska Fairbanks* W, 6-3 Alaska Fairbanks* L, 5-7 Western Michigan* W, 5-3 at Ohio State (at Fairgrounds) L, 2-4 at Miami* L, 2-3 at Ohio State* T, 3-3 (OT) Michigan State* T, 0-0 (OT) at Lake Superior W, 5-3 at Lake Superior W, 8-4 (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 14 Michigan (CCHA Semifinal)# L, 2-7 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game + RPI/Marine Midland Holiday Tournament (Troy, N.Y.) #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.)

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Year-By-Year 1997-98 (8-27-3; 6-21-3 CCHA/11th) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Brad Holzinger (C), Dave Faulkner (A), Adam Lamarre (A) Date Opponent Result O 10 Waterloo W, 9-2 O 11 at Western Michigan L, 0-3 O 17 at Boston College L, 2-3 O 18 at Northeastern L, 3-6 O 24 Clarkson L, 3-4 O 25 Clarkson L, 1-6 O 31 Ferris State* T, 3-3 (OT) N 1 Ferris State* W, 3-1 N 7 at Notre Dame* L, 1-2 N 8 Western Michigan* L, 3-8 N 15 Ohio State* L, 4-5 N 21 Michigan* L, 2-4 N 22 Michigan State* L, 2-5 N 27 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 2-9 N 28 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 3-4 (OT) N 29 at Alaska Fairbanks* T, 2-2 (OT) D 6 at Michigan State* L, 2-4 D 7 at Michigan State* W, 1-0 D 27 Dartmouth + L, 2-6 D 28 at Vermont + W, 3-1 J 2 at Northern Michigan* L, 5-6 (OT) J 3 at Lake Superior* L, 2-6 J 9 at Michigan* L, 2-4 J 18 at Ohio State* (at Fairgrounds) L, 2-4 J 23 Northern Michigan* L, 2-8 J 24 Notre Dame* L, 4-5 (OT) J 30 Lake Superior* L, 0-1 J 31 Lake Superior* W, 4-3 F 6 at Notre Dame* T, 1-1 (OT) F 7 at Western Michigan* W, 3-2 F 13 Northern Michigan* L, 2-3 (OT) F 14 Miami* W, 5-4 F 20 at Western Michigan* L, 3-6 F 21 at Ferris State* L, 0-3 F 27 at Miami* L, 2-8 F 28 Ohio State* L, 2-5 M 6 Michigan* L, 4-5 M 7 Miami* W, 6-5 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Sheraton/US Airways Tournament (Burlington, Vermont) 1998-99 (17-18-3; 13-14-3 CCHA/7th) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Dan Price (C), Zach Ham (A), Doug Schueller (A) Date Opponent Result O 3 Western Ontario Ex. (W, 6-1) O 9 at Miami* W, 4-2 O 10 at Miami* T, 5-5 (OT) O 16 Northeastern L, 2-4 O 17 Northeastern W, 5-3 O 23 Michigan State* L, 1-7 O 24 Ferris State* W, 2-1 O 30 at Michigan* L, 2-5 N 6 at Northern Michigan* W, 6-5 N 7 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-4 N 13 at Notre Dame* L, 2-6 N 14 Alaska Fairbanks* L, 5-6 N 27 Miami* W, 5-1 N 28 Northern Michigan* W, 5-3 D 5 Michigan* L, 2-5

D 12 Western Michigan* W, 5-3 D 27 Cornell + W, 3-2 (OT) D 28 Yale + W, 4-1 J 2 at Nebraska Omaha W, 4-2 J 3 at Nebraska Omaha L, 1-6 J 8 Notre Dame* L, 1-4 J 9 at Michigan State* L, 1-3 J 15 Michigan State* T, 2-2 (OT) J 16 Lake Superior* W, 5-4 J 21 at Michigan* L, 4-5 J 23 Ferris State* T, 4-4 (OT) J 29 at Lake Superior* W, 3-2 J 30 at Lake Superior* L, 3-4 (OT) F 5 Ohio State* L, 2-3 F 6 Western Michigan* L, 1-4 F 12 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 3-4 (OT) F 13 at Alaska Fairbanks* W, 10-3 F 20 Notre Dame* W, 5-1 F 26 at Western Michigan* L, 2-4 F 27 at Ferris State* W, 6-4 M 2 at Ohio State* (Schottenstein Center) W, 2-1 M 6 Ohio State* W, 3-0 M 12 at Michigan L, 2-3 M 13 at Michigan L, 3-9 (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Bank One Badger Showdown (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1999-2000 (17-19-1; 12-15-1 CCHA/8th) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Doug Schueller (C), Adam Edinger (A), Michael Jones (A) Date Opponent Result O 9 Toronto (Ex.) W, 7-2 O 15 at Boston College L, 2-5 O 16 at Northeastern L, 1-4 O 22 at Western Michigan* L, 1-2 O 23 at Western Michigan* W, 5-4 O 29 Alaska Fairbanks* W, 8-2 O 30 Alaska Fairbanks* W, 5-4 N 6 at Miami* L, 0-7 N 12 at Michigan State* L, 1-3 N 13 at Michigan State* L, 2-5 N 19 Ferris State* L, 1-3 N 20 Ferris State* L, 4-5 (OT) N 26 at Lake Superior* L, 5-7 N 27 at Lake Superior* W, 1-0 D 3 Michigan* W, 4-2 D 4 at Michigan* L, 1-3 D 29 at Rensselaer + L, 2-3 D 30 Union + W, 5-4 (OT) J 8 Miami* L, 2-4 J 14 Ohio State* W, 3-0 J 15 at Ohio State* L, 1-4 J 21 Alabama-Huntsville W, 4-3 J 22 Alabama-Huntsville W, 5-1 J 28 Northern Michigan* W, 7-4 J 29 Northern Michigan* L, 2-3 F 4 at Nebraska Omaha* L, 3-4 F 5 at Nebraska Omaha* W, 3-2 F 11 Miami* W, 5-1 F 12 at Miami* W, 5-2 F 18 Notre Dame* L, 3-5 F 19 Notre Dame* T, 1-1 (OT) F 25 at Ohio State* L, 3-4 F 26 Ohio State* W, 7-1 M 3 Michigan* L, 1-3 M 4 at Michigan* W, 6-3

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Year-By-Year J 20 J 26 J 27 F 2 F 3 F 9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M 2 M 3 M 8 M 9

Rensselaer W, 4-3 at Miami* L, 2-4 at Miami* L, 3-9 Lake Superior* W, 4-1 Lake Superior* W, 4-1 at Notre Dame* L, 2-3 at Notre Dame* L, 3-5 at Ferris State* T, 2-2 (OT) at Ferris State* L, 0-3 Western Michigan* W, 4-2 Western Michigan* L, 1-2 Ferris State* W, 1-0 (OT) Ferris State* W, 3-2 at Miami W, 4-3 at Miami W, 4-3 (OT) (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) M 13 at Northern Michigan W, 2-1 (OT) (CCHA Play-In Game) M 16 Michigan State (CCHA Semifinal)# L, 1-2 *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game #CCHA Championships (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich.) 2001-02 (9-25-6; 7-18-3 CCHA/11th) Coach: Buddy Powers Captains: Greg Day (C), Marc Barlow (A), Scott Hewson (A) Date Opponent Result O 12 at Maine + L, 1-9 O 13 vs. Clarkson + T, 1-1 (OT) O 19 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-2 O 20 at Northern Michigan* T , 3-3 (OT) O 26 Ohio State* W, 5-3 O 27 Ohio State* L, 3-4 N 1 at Michigan State* L, 3-6 N 2 at Michigan State* L, 0-4 N 9 Miami* W, 9-4 N 10 Miami* L, 2-5 N 16 Wayne State T, 4-4 (OT) N 17 at Wayne State W, 4-1 N 23 at Lake Superior* W, 3-2 N 24 at Lake Superior* L, 2-3 N 30 Nebraska-Omaha* T, 2-2 (OT) D 1 Nebraska-Omaha* L, 1-2 D 7 Notre Dame* L, 3-6 D 8 Notre Dame* W, 4-2 D 14 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 2-6 D 15 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 2-5 D 28 at Denver & L, 1-3 D 29 Harvard & L, 3-5 J 4 Princeton L, 2-4 J 5 Princeton W, 2-1 J 18 at Rensselaer L, 0-3 J 19 at Rensselaer T, 2-2 (OT) J 25 at Michigan* W, 4-2 J 26 at Michigan* L, 2-3 F 1 Western Michigan* L, 1-8 F 2 Western Michigan* L, 4-5 (OT) F 8 at Ferris State* L, 2-5 F 9 at Ferris State* L, 3-6 F 15 Lake Superior* W, 2-0 F 16 Lake Superior* T, 4-4 (OT) F 22 Northern Michigan* L, 1-4 F 23 Northern Michigan* W, 6-0 M 1 at Notre Dame* L, 3-4 M 2 at Notre Dame* L, 1-4 M 8 at Michigan State L, 3-4 (OT) M 9 at Michigan State L, 2-4

(CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +IceBreakers Tournament (Orono, Maine) &Wells Fargo Denver Cup (Denver, Colo.) 2002-03 (8-25-3; 5-20-3 CCHA/11th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captains: D’Arcy McConvey (C), Tyler Knight (A), Kevin Bieksa (A) Date Opponent Result O 4 Niagara + W, 4-1 O 5 Miami + L, 1-2 O 11 Western Michigan* L, 5-6 (OT) O 12 at Western Michigan* L, 2-3 O 18 at Ferris State* L, 1-10 O 19 at Ferris State* L, 1-5 O 25 Findlay W, 4-3 N 1 at Miami* L, 2-3 N 2 at Miami* L, 1-6 N 8 Michigan* L, 4-6 N 9 Michigan* T, 1-1 (OT) N 22 Michigan St.* W, 3-2 D 7 at Notre Dame* L, 3-6 D 8 at Notre Dame* L, 2-5 D 27 Boston College & L, 5-6 D 28 Yale & L, 1-5 J 3 Alaska-Fairbanks* T, 3-3 (OT) J 4 Alaska-Fairbanks* L, 3-6 J 10 Northern Michigan* W, 3-2 J 11 Northern Michigan* W, 5-3 J 16 at Ohio State* L, 3-6 J 17 at Ohio State* L, 1-6 J 21 at Wayne State W, 4-3 J 31 at Nebraska-Omaha* W, 5-0 F 1 at Nebraska-Omaha* L, 3-6 F 8 Michigan State* L, 3-6 F 14 Notre Dame* L, 2-3 F 15 Notre Dame* L, 2-3 F 21 at Western Michigan* T, 3-3 (OT) F 22 Western Michigan* L, 2-4

Doug Schueller (pictured on the left) captained the Falcons three consecutive seasons from 1998-2001. Schueller tallied 46 points (16g, 30a) in 138 career games.

Defenseman Jonathan Sigalet (2003-04), was aquired by the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2008, scoring 31 points (6g, 25a) in 72 career games.

F 28 M 1 M 7 M 8 M 14 M 15

at Lake Superior* L, 0-2 at Lake Superior* W, 3-2 (OT) Ferris State* L, 2-4 Ferris State* L, 3-4 at Michigan L, 1-3 at Michigan L, 3-4 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Lefty McFadden Invitational (Dayton, Ohio/ Nutter Center) &Dodge Holiday Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2003-04 (11-18-9; 9-13-6 CCHA/9th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captains: D’Arcy McConvey (C), Kevin Bieksa (A), Alex Rogosheske (A) Date Opponent Result O 10 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-2 O 11 at Northern Michigan* L, 3-6 O 17 at Notre Dame* W, 5-3 O 18 Notre Dame* L, 0-3 O 24 Union L, 1-3 O 25 Union T, 1-1 (OT) O 31 Miami* W, 4-1 N 1 Miami* T, 4-4 (OT) N 7 Niagara W, 4-2 N 14 at Lake Superior* L, 2-4 N 15 at Lake Superior* T, 0-0 (OT) N 21 at Cornell T, 1-1 (OT) N 22 at Colgate T, 2-2 (OT) N 25 at Western Michigan* L, 3-4 (OT) N 29 Ohio State* L, 0-7 D 5 Ferris State* L, 1-2 D 6 Ferris State* T, 3-3 (OT) D 12 Findlay W, 5-1 J 2 at Minnesota-Duluth L, 1-6 J 3 at Minnesota-Duluth L, 4-5 J 9 Notre Dame* W, 5-4 (OT) J 10 at Notre Dame* L, 0-3 J 16 Michigan State* L, 0-1 J 17 Michigan State* W, 3-2 J 23 at Alaska Fairbanks* W, 6-2 J 24 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 2-3

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Year-By-Year J 31 F 6 F 7 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M 4 M 12 M 13

Ohio State* L, 3-4 at Nebraska-Omaha* T, 3-3 (OT) at Nebraska-Omaha* W, 3-1 Lake Superior* W, 3-2 Lake Superior* T, 0-0 (OT) at Michigan* L, 3-7 at Michigan* L, 2-5 Northern Michigan* W, 2-1 Northern Michigan* T, 2-2 (OT) at Western Michigan* W, 6-4 at Ohio State L, 2-3 at Ohio State L, 2-5 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game 2004-05 (16-16-4; 13-12-3 CCHA/5th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captains: Ryan Minnabarriet (C), Alex Rogosheske (C), Jordan Sigalet (C) Date Opponent Result O 22 at Union College W, 5-1 O 23 at Union College W, 1-0 O 29 Lake Superior* L, 1-5 O 30 Lake Superior* W, 2-1 N 4 Notre Dame* W, 3-1 N 5 at Notre Dame* T, 4-4 (OT) N 12 at Nebraska-Omaha* L, 2-4 N 13 at Nebraska-Omaha* W, 6-4 N 18 at Wayne State W, 7-3 N 20 Wayne State L, 3-9 N 26 Miami* T, 2-2 (OT) N 27 Miami* W, 2-1 D 3 at Michigan State* W, 2-1 D 4 Michigan State* L, 4-6 D 10 at Michigan* L, 3-8 D 11 Michigan* L, 4-5 D 29 at Dartmouth + T, 1-1 (OT) D 30 Providence + L, 2-3 J 7 Alaska Fairbanks* W, 6-2 J 8 Alaska Fairbanks* W, 6-1 J 21 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-3 J 22 at Northern Michigan* L, 2-4 J 28 Notre Dame* W, 4-1 J 29 at Notre Dame* W, 6-2 F 4 at Ferris State* T, 5-5 (OT) F 5 at Ferris State* W, 4-2 F 11 at Ohio State* L, 2-3 F 12 at Ohio State* L, 2-3 F 18 Western Michigan* W, 4-1 F 19 Western Michigan* W, 5-2 F 25 Michigan State* W, 2-1 F 26 at Michigan State* L, 3-6 M 4 Michigan* L, 1-4 M 5 Michigan* L, 4-5 M 11 Alaska Fairbanks L, 3-6 M 12 Alaska Fairbanks L, 3-6 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Ledyard Classic (Hanover, N.H.) 2005-06 (13-23-2; 8-18-2 CCHA/12th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captain: Don Morrison Date Opponent Result O 3 Windsor (Ex.) W, 7-1 O 14 Merrimack L, 2-3 O 15 Boston College L, 6-9

In 2005-06, Alex Foster scored 51 points, the first Falcon to score 50+ points in a season in nine years.

O 20 Ohio State* L. 2-7 O 21 at Ohio State* T, 2-2 (OT) O 29 at Ferris State* L, 1-2 N 4 Nebraska-Omaha* W, 7-3 N 5 Nebraska-Omaha* W, 4-3 N 10 at Notre Dame* L, 4-9 N 11 at Notre Dame* L, 2-4 N 18 Northern Michigan* L, 3-6 N 19 Northern Michigan* W, 8-4 N 25 at Miami* L, 1-6 N 26 Miami* L, 3-5 D 2 at Michigan State* L, 0-3 D 3 Michigan State* W, 4-2 D 9 Clarkson L, 4-6 D 10 St. Lawrence W, 6-4 D 29 Massachusetts + W, 3-2 D 30 at UConn + W, 9-2 J 3 Colgate W, 4-0 J 6 at Ohio State* W, 3-2 J 7 Ohio State* W, 2-0 J 13 Western Michigan* L, 4-5 J 14 at Western Michigan* W, 5-2 J 16 Ferris State* L, 5-6 J 20 at Michigan* L, 1-6 J 21 Michigan* W, 5-2 J 27 at Lake Superior* L, 1-6 J 28 at Lake Superior* L, 2-4 F 4 RIT W, 3-2 F 10 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 3-4 F 11 at Alaska Fairbanks* L, 1-3 F 17 Notre Dame* L, 4-7 F 18 Notre Dame* T, 1-1 (OT) F 23 Miami* L, 1-2 F 25 at Miami* L, 4-5 M 3 at Nebraska-Omaha L, 2-4 M 4 at Nebraska-Omaha L, 2-4 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +UConn Classic (Storrs, Conn.) 2006-07 (7-29-2; 5-22-1 CCHA/12th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captains: Michael Hodgson (C), Brandon Svendsen (A), Rich Meloche (A), Jonathan Matsumoto (A), John Mazzei (A)

Date O 13 O 15 O 20 O 21 O 27 O 28 N 3 N 4 N 10 N 11 N 17 N 18 N 24 N 25 D 1 D 2 D 8 D 9 D 29 D 30 J 5 J 6 J 9 J 12 J 13 J 19 J 20 J 26 J 27 F 2 F 3 F 9 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M 2 M 3

Opponent Result Connecticut W, 2-1 (OT) Alabama-Huntsville T, 5-5 (OT) at Providence W, 4-2 at #1 Boston College L, 1-5 at Miami * L, 3-4 at Miami * L, 0-3 Lake Superior * L, 1-3 Lake Superior * W, 4-2 at Notre Dame * L, 2-5 at Notre Dame* L, 0-4 Ohio State* L, 3-9 Ohio State* L, 1-4 at Clarkson L, 0-5 at St. Lawrence L, 0-4 Nebraska-Omaha* L, 1-4 Nebraska-Omaha* L, 1-7 at Alaska* L, 3-4 at Alaska* W, 6-4 Miami + L, 2-3 Minnesota-Duluth + L 3-4 Western Michigan* W, 5-1 Western Michigan* L, 0-5 at Michigan* L, 0-5 at Nebraska-Omaha* L, 1-2 at Nebraska-Omaha* L, 0-7 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-4 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-4 Alaska* L, 2-5 Alaska* T, 2-2 (OT) Notre Dame* L, 2-3 Notre Dame* L, 1-2 Michigan* W, 3-2 at Ferris State* L, 1-2 at Ferris State* L, 2-5 Michigan State* L, 3-5 at Michigan State* W, 2-1 at Nebraska-Omaha L, 2-3 (OT) at Nebraska-Omaha L, 5-7 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Ohio Hockey Classic (Columbus, Ohio)

In 2004-05 Jordan Sigalet helped lead the Falcons to their first home playoff series in the CCHA in 10 years.

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2007-08 (18-21-0; 13-15-0 CCHA/7th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captains: Michael Hodgson (C), John Mazzei (C) Derek Whitmore (C) Date Opponent Result O 12 Windsor (Ex.) W, 12-1 O 18 at Niagara L, 0-2 O 19 at RIT W, 5-3 O 23 Notre Dame* L, 2-4 N 2 at Western Michigan* W, 3-2 (OT) N 3 Western Michigan* W, 5-4 (OT) N 9 at Ferris State* W, 6-3 N 10 at Ferris State* W, 3-1 N 16 Northern Michigan* W, 4-2 N 17 Northern Michigan* L, 2-3 N 20 at Notre Dame* L, 1-2 N 30 at Wayne State W, 3-1 D 1 Wayne State W, 6-1 D 7 Michigan* L, 2-4 D 8 at Michigan* L, 2-3 D 28 Northeastern + L, 3-4 D 29 Wisconsin + L, 3-5 J 4 Miami* W, 4-2 J 5 Miami* L, 2-5 J 11 at Lake Superior* W, 4-2 J 12 at Lake Superior* L, 1-4 J 18 Western Michigan* W, 4-1 J 19 at Western Michigan* W, 2-1 (OT) J 25 Notre Dame* L, 1-6 J 26 at Notre Dame* L, 1-4 F 1 at Ohio State* W, 5-2 F 2 at Ohio State* L, 2-4 F 8 Alaska* W, 4-2 F 9 Alaska* L, 1-4 F 15 at Nebraska-Omaha *$ L, 3-5 F 16 at Nebraska-Omaha *$ W, 3-1 F 22 Ferris State * L. 1-2 F 23 Ferris State * W, 2-1 F 29 at Michigan State * L, 3-6 M 1 Michigan State * L, 0-4 M 7 Lake Superior W, 4-3 M 8 Lake Superior L, 1-6 M 9 Lake Superior W, 4-3 (OT) (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) M 14 at Miami L, 1-4 M 15 at Miami L, 2-4 (CCHA Quarterfinals / Best 2-of-3) • Central Collegiate Hockey Association game # Badger Hockey Showdown (Madison, Wis.) $ Played at Omaha’s Civic Auditorium 2008-09 (11-24-3; 8-19-1 CCHA/12th) Coach: Scott Paluch Captains: Kyle Page (C), Brandon Svendsen (A), Kevin Schmidt (A) Date Opponent Result O 4 Wilford Laurier (Ex.) W, 5-1 O 10 RIT W, 4-2 O 11 Niagara T, 3-3 (OT) O 17 at Boston College L, 3-5 O 18 at Providence L, 3-4 O 24 at Alaska* W, 1-0 O 25 at Alaska* L, 0-3 O 31 Nebraska-Omaha* W, 3-2 N 1 Nebraska-Omaha* L, 3-5 N 7 at Lake Superior* L, 0-2 N 8 at Lake Superior* T, 4-4 (OT) N 14 Northern Michigan* W, 2-1 (OT) N 15 Northern Michigan* W, 2-1

N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D 12 D 13 D 19 D 20 J 9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 J 30 J 31 F 6 F 7 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M 6 M 7

at Notre Dame* L, 1-5 Notre Dame* L, 1-9 Minnesota State T, 2-2 (OT) Minnesota State L, 2-5 Notre Dame* L, 1-3 at Notre Dame* L, 3-4 Clarkson W, 4-1 Clarkson W, 3-1 Ohio State* L, 5-8 Ohio State* L, 3-4 (OT) at Michigan* W, 3-0 Michigan* L, 0-1 Lake Superior* W, 4-3 Lake Superior* L, 4-8 at Miami* L, 1-6 at Miami* L, 2-3 at Northern Michigan* L, 0-3 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-4 Ferris State* L, 2-3 Ferris State* W, 3-1 at Michigan State* L, 2-3 Michigan State* W, 4-0 at Western Michigan* L, 2-5 at Western Michigan* L, 3-5 at Ohio State + L, 4-5 at Ohio State + L, 1-7 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) *Central Collegiate Hockey Association game +Played at OSU Ice Rink 2009-10 (5-25-6; 4-20-6-5 CCHA/11th) Coach: Dennis Williams (interim) Captains: Kyle Page (C), David Solway (A), Tommy Dee (A) Date Opponent Results O 9 at Minnesota State L, 2-3 O 10 at Minnesota State L, 1-4

O 23 O 24 O 30 O 31 N 6 N 7 N 13 N 14 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D 4 D 5 D 11 D 12 J 2 J 3 J 8 J 9 J 15 J 16 J 22 J 23 F 4 F 9 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M 5 M 6

Providence L, 2-8 Providence L, 1-3 Nebraska-Omaha* T, 3-3 (SOW) Nebraska-Omaha* L, 1-3 at Ferris State* L, 1-5 at Ferris State* L, 2-3 Alaska* W, 3-1 Alaska* L, 3-5 at Michigan W, 4-2 Michigan $ L, 1-4 at Notre Dame* L, 1-2 (OT) at Notre Dame* T, 4-4 (SOW) Lake Superior* L, 1-2 Lake Superior* L, 2-5 Michigan State* L, 2-3 (OT) at Michigan State* L, 1-4 at Minnesota ^ L, 1-3 vs. Clarkson ^ W, 4-3 at Ohio State* L, 2-7 at Ohio State* L, 3-4 at Northern Michigan* L, 0-6 at Northern Michigan* T, 3-3 (SOL) Western Michigan* T, 4-4 (SOW) Western Michigan* W, 3-2 Michigan* L, 1-2 at Michigan* L, 0-4 Miami* L, 2-3 Miami * L, 2-10 Notre Dame* W, 4-3 Notre Dame* T, 1-1 (SOW) at Michigan State* L, 2-5 Michigan State* T, 2-2 (SOW) Nebraska-Omaha L, 1-6 Nebraska-Omaha L, 1-6 (CCHA First Round / Best 2-of-3) * Central Collegiate Hockey Association game $ Played at Huntington Arena (formerly known as Lucas County Arena - Toledo, Ohio ^ Dodge Holiday Classic (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2010-11 (10-27-4; 3-21-4 CCHA/11th) Coach: Chris Bergeron Captains: (C) David Solway Opponent

Derek Whitmore ended his Falcon career as one of the top goal-scorers in BGSU history, as he finished his fouryear career with 70 goals. The Rochester, N.Y. native tallied a career-best 27 goals in 2007-08, as he helped the Falcons to 18 wins, while earning AllCCHA second team honors.

Date Results O 8 Michigan* L, 1-4 O 9 Michigan* L, 2-4 O 15 at Clarkson L, 4-0 O 16 at Clarkson W, 3-0 O 22 Alabama-Huntsville W, 5-4 (OT) O 23 Alabama-Huntsville W, 4-2 O 29 at Alaska-Fairbanks* L, 4-1 O 30 at Alaska-Fairbanks* L, 4-1 N 5 Notre Dame* W, 3-2 N 6 Notre Dame* L, 3-6 N 12 at Northern Michigan* W, 2-1 N 13 at Northern Michigan* L, 1-5 N 19 Miami* L, 3-4 N 20 Miami* L, 0-3 N 26 at Alabama-Huntsville$ W, 5-1 N 27 at Rensselaer$ L, 2-3 (OT) D 3 at Lake Superior* T, 1-1 (SOL) D 4 at Lake Superior* T, 1-1 (SOL) D 10 Ohio State* L, 3-4 (OT) D 11 Ohio State* L, 2-4 D 29 at Princeton^ L, 2-4 D 30 at Holy Cross^ W, 3-2 (OT) J 7 Ferris State* L, 1-4 J 8 Ferris State* L, 1-3 J 14 at Miami* L, 1-5 J 15 at Miami* L, 1-3 J 28 Lake Superior* L, 2-4 J 29 Lake Superior* W, 2-1

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2012-13 (10-21-5; 10-15-3 CCHA/9th) Coach: Chris Bergeron Captains: Camden Wojtala and Ryan Carpenter

F 4 at Western Michigan* T, 1-1 (SOW) F 5 at Western Michigan* L, 2-3 F 11 at Notre Dame* L, 1-2 F 12 at Notre Dame* L, 1-5 F 18 Northern Michigan* T, 2-2 (SOW) F 19 Northern Michigan* L, 3-2 F 25 at Michigan State* L, 1-2 F 26 at Michigan State* L, 0-2 (CCHA First and Second Round / Best 2-of-3)# M 4 at Northern Michigan# L, 6-3 M 5 at Northern Michigan# W, 2-0 M 6 at Northern Michigan# W, 2-1 (2OT) M 11 at Michigan# L, 1-5 M 12 at Michigan# L, 1-4 * Central Collegiate Hockey Association game $ RPI Tournament ^ UCONN Tournament 2011-12 (14-25-5; 5-19-4 CCHA/11th) Coach: Chris Bergeron Captains: None Date Opponent Results O 7 UConn W, 2-1 O 8 UConn T, 4-4 O 14 at Alabama-Huntsville W, 2-1 O 15 at Alabama-Huntsville W, 3-0 O 21 at LSSU* W, 1-0 O 22 at LSSU* L, 4-1 O 28 Notre Dame* L, 3-1 O 29 Notre Dame* L, 3-2 N 4 Ferris State* L, 4-0 N 5 Ferris State* L, 5-3 N 11 Canisius W, 4-1 N 12 Canisius W, 3-1 N 18 at Miami* L, 4-0 N 19 at Miami* T, 4-4

The Falcons take the ice after defeating No. 1 Ferris State in the second round of the CCHA Playoffs. Freshman Dan DeSalvo scored his third goal of the game in OT to push the Falcons to the CCHA Semifinals at Joe Louis Arena. The visit marked the Falcons first return to the Joe since 2000-01.

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The Falcons celebrate a goal in the CCHA First Round victory over Lake Superior State. The Orange and Brown defeated the Lakers to advance to the second round for the third consecutive year. N 25 Alaska-Fairbanks* L, 3-0 N 26 Alaska-Fairbanks* L, 2-0 D 2 at Michigan State* L, 5-1 D 3 at Michigan State* L, 4-1 D 9 Western Michigan* T, 3-3 D 10 at Western Michigan* L, 6-1 D 30 at Bemidji State L, 4-1 D 31 at Bemidji State L, 2-1 J 7 Ohio State* T, 2-2 J 8 Ohio State* T, 1-1 J 20 at Alaska-Fairbanks* W, 3-1 J 21 at Alaska-Fairbanks* L, 4-1 J 27 at Western Michigan* L, 4-1 J 28 Western Michigan* W, 2-1 F 3 at Notre Dame* L, 2-1 F 4 at Notre Dame* W, 3-2 F 10 Northern Michigan* L, 4-2 F 11 Northern Michigan* L, 2-0 F 17 at Ferris State* L, 5-1 F 18 at Ferris State* L, 4-1 F 24 Michigan* W, 4-3 F 25 Michigan* L, 3-0 *(CCHA First and Second Round / Best 2-of-3) M 2 at Northern Michigan L, 4-2 M 3 at Northern Michigan W, 5-3 M 4 at Northern Michigan W, 4-1 M 9 at Ferris State W, 3-2 (OT) M 10 at Ferris State L, 7-4 M 11 at Ferris State W, 4-3 (OT) M 16 MIchigan# L, 3-2 (2OT) M 17 Miami^ L, 4-1 * Central Collegiate Hockey Association game #CCHA Semifinals at Joe Louis Arena ^CCHA Consolation Game at Joe Louis Arena

DATE OPPONENT RESULT O 6 at Niagara T, 2-2 O 7 Ontario W, 9-1 O 12 Union L, 3-5 O 13 Union L, 1-4 O 19 at Colgate W, 3-1 O 20 at Colgate L, 2-4 O 26 Ohio State* L, 0-1 O 27 Ohio State* T, 3-3 N 2 at Michigan State* W, 1-0 N 3 Michigan State* L, 1-6 N 9 at Western Michigan* L, 1-3 N 10 Western Michigan* T, 2-2 N 16 Ferris State * L, 3-4 N 17 Ferris State* L, 1-3 N 21 at Michigan* L, 1-3 D7 at Alaska Fairbanks* W, 3-2 D 8 at Alaska Fairbanks* T, 3-3 D 15 Notre Dame* L,1-4 D 29 Niagara University W, 3-0 J 5 at Canisius T, 2-2 J 6 at Canisius W, 3-2 J 8 at Michigan* W, 5-1 J 15 Notre Dame* W, 4-2 J 18 Western Michigan* W, 3-2 J 19 at Western Michigan* L, 1-2 J 25 at Miami (OH)* L, 1-2 J 26 at Miami (OH)* L, 1-3 F 1 Lake Superior State* W, 4-1 F 2 Lake Superior State* W, 7-3 F 8 Michigan State * W, 2-1 F 9 at Michigan State* L, 1-3 F 15 at Ferris State* W, 2-1 (OT) F 16 at Ferris State* L, 3-4 F 22 Northern Michigan* L, 2-5 F 23 Northern Michigan* W, 5-3 M 1 at Notre Dame* L, 3-4 M 2 at Notre Dame* L, 1-4 M 8 Lake Superior State L, 0-2 * CCHA First Round M 9 Lake Superior State W, 6-3 * CCHA First Round M 10 Lake Superior State W, 7-0 * CCHA First Round M 15 Notre Dame. L, 0-1 * CCHA Second Round M 16 Notre Dame L, 3-4 * CCHA Second Round * Central Collegiate Hockey Association game

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The Falcons were crowned champions of the 1974 North Country Festival after wins over St. Lawrence and Boston University, the nation’s top-ranked team. 11/26/68 -- The University Athletic Committee votes to make hockey a varsity sport commencing with the 1969-70 season, transferring hockey to the BGSU athletic department for administration and control. 11/14/69 -- Mike Root scores BG’s first-ever goal at 9:03 of the first period in the Falcons’ inaugural varsity game played before 2,799 fans at the Ice Arena. Root finishes the contest with three goals in an 8-2 win over Windsor. 2/26/71 -- A record crowd of 3,756, a figure that would not be surpassed for almost 15 years, packs the Ice Arena to see the Falcons down Notre Dame, 5-1. 12/20-21/71 -- BGSU captures its first holiday tournament title by winning the Cleveland Cup, defeating Princeton, 6-4, and Yale, 5-3. 3/2-4/73 -- The Falcons, who finished fourth in the CCHA during the regular season, capture the playoff tournament by surprising first-place St. Louis, 6-5, in the semifinals, and Ohio State, 8-1, in the championship contest. The Brown and Orange’s playoff title is the program’s first of four crowns in a seven-year period. 11/2/73 -- Head coach Ron Mason wins his first game behind the BG bench as the Falcons top Guelph, 10-0. Mason replaced Jack Vivian, who won two MCHA championships and compiled an overall record of 68-53-5 in four seasons. 11/30/74 -- The Falcons stun the No. 1 team in the country, Boston University, by a 3-2 count in the championship game of the North Country Thanksgiving Festival. Wayne Sander scores the eventual game-winning goal for the Brown and Orange. Three future Olympians play in the contest: Bob Dobek (1976) and Doug Ross (1976) for BG, and Mike Eruzione (1980) for the Terriers.

12/7/74 -- After topping BU one week earlier, the Falcons venture to East Lansing and defeat the No. 2 team in the nation, Michigan State, by a 7-4 margin. Byron Shutt scores a pair of goals for BG. 11/19-20/76 -- BG’s “Ice House Gang” sweeps eastern power Boston University by scores of 4-2 both nights at home. The two wins catapult the Falcons to a No. 4 national ranking, at that time their highest ever. 3/11-13/77 -- Mike Liut’s goaltending at top-seeded St. Louis during the CCHA playoff championship series sparks the Brown and Orange to its first of three consecutive league postseason crowns. Liut records a 4-0 shutout in the first game of the series and then, in a relief role, turns aside 17 of 18 Billiken shots on goal over the last 36:43 of regulation in the finale. BG hangs on to win the total-goals series, 5-4, and ends SLU’s three-year title reign thanks to Mark Wells’ marker early in the third period.

In 160 career games Brian MacLellan recorded 143 points and 31 power play goals.

3/20/77 -- The Falcons, making their first appearance in the NCAA playoffs, drop a 7-5 decision to Michigan in Ann Arbor. BG becomes the first non-WCHA or ECAC club to make a visit to the national tournament. The game also marks the first-ever NCAA regional contest. 3/18/78 -- After posting a decisive win over arch-rival St. Louis in the CCHA playoff championship series at the Ice Arena, BG clips Colorado College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament and advances to the “Final Four” in Providence, R.I., after manufacturing a 5-3 win before the exuberant Falcon faithful. The victory extends the Brown and Orange’s home-ice winning streak to a school-record 23 games. 3/25/78 -- After dropping a 6-2 verdict to Boston College the previous night, the Falcons rebound for a 4-3 decision over Wisconsin in the consolation game to earn the mythical title “Best of the West.” The BG “Rocky Hockey” team finishes the year with a 31-8-0 record, and defenseman Ken Morrow becomes the Falcons’ -- and CCHA’s -- first All-American.

Former Falcon captain Alex Rogosheske (2002-04) helped the Falcons to a fifth-place CCHA finish in 2004-05. BG hosted a first-round CCHA playoff series that season for the first time in over a decade.

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Media Guide 3/14/83 -- The BG program and the college hockey world are stunned when the NCAA bypasses the Falcons for a tournament bid. Despite posting a 28-8-4 record, a No. 2 national ranking (WMPL), and a CCHA regular-season crown, BG is denied a chance for the national title. 10/14-15/83 -- In what may have been an omen to what was to transpire five months later, BG opens the season with a 5-2, 5-3 sweep of Clarkson at the Ice Arena. Why is that so significant? Well, the winners of the two previous seasonopening series at the Ice Arena happened to go on to claim the NCAA title. North Dakota won the national crown in 1982 and Wisconsin did the same in 1983, each after finding success in BG. It seemed the Falcons were to be destiny’s darlings in 1984.

The Falcons celebrate moments after winning the 1984 NCAA title game (5-4 over Minnesota-Duluth in four overtimes) at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, New York. 1/15/79 -- BG, 23-3-1, garners its first-ever No. 1 1/22/83 -- Just two weeks after taking a two-game national ranking (WMPL coaches’ poll) after sweeping series from Michigan State for the first time in school Western Michigan just days earlier in a home-and- history, BG completes a sweep of Northern Michihome series. The Falcons would go on to finish the gan, 7-6 in overtime, and uses the wins to share No. year ranked second nationally, its highest finish ever. 1-team-in-the-nation honors with Minnesota. George Roll sends the game into overtime with six seconds 3/9-10/79 -- Sparked by Paul Titanic’s dramatic left in regulation. Garry Galley appears to win the penalty-shot goal in game No. 1 of the CCHA playoff game for BG four minutes into overtime; however, the championship series at the Ice Arena, the Falcons goal is disallowed for his using an illegal stick. Just 2:48 top Ohio State, 11-7, in the total-goals series and after serving his penalty, Galley scores again. Again earn their third straight NCAA bid. In the process, BG the Wildcats ask the officials to check the curvature notches its 37th win of the year, tying a then-NCAA of the stick, but this time it passes inspection. record for most victories in a season. 2/11/83 -- Just three weeks after the NMU thriller, 4/10/79 -- Jerry York from Clarkson College of Tech- the Falcons are again hit with an illegal stick barrage. nology is named as head coach of the Falcon hockey However, this time the Falcons have to settle for a program to replace Ron Mason, who stepped down 4-4 tie at Notre Dame after John Samanski (0:52) and Peter Wilson’s (4:28) overtime markers are both called to take a similar position at Michigan State. back because of excessive curvatures on their sticks. 10/28/79 -- Head coach Jerry York records his first victory with the Brown and Orange, a 6-3 road win 3/4-5/83 -- Jamie Wansbrough ties a BG record by over United States International University in San scoring five goals in an 8-3 CCHA quarterfinal win over Notre Dame at the Ice Arena. The next night, Diego, Calif. the Falcons eliminate the Irish and advance to Joe 2/22/80 -- BG, 16-16-1 on the season, travels to Louis Arena for the CCHA Finals. Wansbrough scores Northern Michigan and upsets the No. 1 team in the a school-record seven goals in the series. Aside from country, 7-5. Seven different Falcons account for the events on the ice during Saturday’s game, BG fans pay a heart-warming tribute to UND’s hockey the BG scoring. program which (at the time) was playing its last game 10/17/80 -- Peter Wilson’s goal at 3:12 of overtime as a school-sponsored varsity sport. With less than gives BG a 3-2 win against Michigan, the Falcons’ first four minutes to play, BG’s legendary Section A lets go victory in 12 series meetings against the Wolverines, a cheer to the Irish and their followers: “Hey Notre Dame. We’ll miss you and we salute you!” BG’s fans then members of the WCHA. then give the Fighting Irish a lengthy standing ovation 2/28/81 -- After losing a 5-4 overtime heart-breaker and later, at the game’s close, stand as one again and to Northern Michigan the night before at the Ice sing (hum) the UND fight song. Arena, the Falcons, 12-23-1 on the year, rebound to spank the No. 1-rated Wildcats, 10-3, behind two 3/12/83 -- In what went down as one of the most goals each from Mike Pikul and Nick Bandescu to exciting CCHA championship games ever, the Falcons come out on the short end of a 4-3 overtime verdict close the regular season. to Michigan State. BG rallies from a 3-0 first-period 3/26/82 -- George McPhee is named the second deficit to tie the contest and force the extra stanza. winner (and the CCHA’s first) of the Hobey Baker In overtime, the Falcons’ All-American Brian Hills is Memorial Award -- college hockey’s version of the awarded a penalty shot but is stopped by MSU’s AllHeisman Trophy -- at the NCAA Championships held American goalie Ron Scott. BG netminder Mike David is named the tournament “MVP.” in Providence, R.I.

12/3/83 -- BG, ranked third in the country heading into the weekend, finishes a sweep of No. 1 Ohio State in a thrilling come-from-behind 8-6 decision at the Ice Arena. OSU builds leads of 3-0 and 5-2 in the first period, but freshman goalie Gary Kruzich comes on in relief to spark the BG rally. Trailing 6-5 in the third, Gino Cavallini, Dave Randerson, and Dan Kane find the net to cap an unbelievable rally. Jamie Wansbrough’s goal-scoring streak reaches eight games, one shy of the school record. Two days later, the Falcons replace the Buckeyes as the top team in the land. 3/17/84 -- Needing to win by four goals to advance to the NCAA semifinals, the BG icers stage another remarkable comeback, this time at Boston University. In overtime, defenseman Mike Pikul scores from along the right boards for a 5-1 win and an 8-7 triumph in the totalgoals series. 3/23/84 -- John Samanski tips in Mike Pikul’s shot from the point at 7:13 of the third period, giving the Falcons a 2-1 NCAA Tournament semifinal win over MSU. BG goaltender Gary Kruzich holds off a determined Spartan rally in the final minutes to preserve the win. 3/24/84 -- In the longest NCAA title game ever played, the Falcons land their only national championship with a 5-4 quadruple overtime conquest over Minnesota-Duluth as winger Gino Cavallini converts a pass from Dan Kane at the 97:11 mark of the contest. John Samanski sends the game into OT as he capitalizes on an opportunistic carom off the boards and stuffs home the tying goal with only 1:47 to play in regulation. The game is marked by the outstanding goaltending of Gary Kruzich (32 saves), the tournament “MVP,” and UMD’s Rick Kosti (tourney record 55 saves). 11/24/84 -- BG ventures into East Lansing as heavy underdogs against No. 1 ranked Michigan State, but the Falcons leave the Munn Arena faithful stunned after pulling off a 4-3 victory. BG goalie Wayne Collins plays perhaps the best game of his career as he kicks aside 44 Spartan offerings. The Falcons lead 4-2 heading into the third, but hold back a furious Spartan rally behind Collins’ handiwork. MSU’s “Super Team” would go on to win 22 straight games and a total of 38 for the season.

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3/1/86 -- BG completes a sweep of Illinois-Chicago in opening-round play of the CCHA playoffs at the Ice Arena with a 2-1 double overtime conquest. Iain Duncan notches the game winner 1/3/87 -- Gary Kruzich breaks Ken Dryden’s (Cornell) NCAA record for career wins by a goalie when he picks up his 77th victory in a 7-2 decision over Lake Superior at the Ice Arena. Kruzich ends his BG career with 88 triumphs. 2/14/87 -- Nelson Emerson’s unassisted goal at 2:14 of overtime on a beautiful coast-to-coast rush gives the Falcons a 6-5 win at Western Michigan. The victory vaults BG back into first place for good in league play heading into the final week of the season. 3/4/88 -- Matt Ruchty’s goal at 2:10 of the fourth overtime gives BG a thrilling 5-4 win over Ferris State in the first game of CCHA opening-round playoff action at the Ice Arena. The Bulldogs’ Marc Felicio makes 61 saves in the loss. The game currently stands as the seventh longest in college hockey history and second longest in the BG annals. 3/12/88 -- The Falcons earn their first CCHA playoff title since the tournament was moved to Joe Louis Arena (1982) in Detroit as they top eventual NCAA champion Lake Superior, 5-3. BG goalie Paul Connell earns tournament “MVP” honors. 3/18-19/88 -- BG hosts its first NCAA Tourney games in a decade and comes up with a pair of 5-1 victories over Vermont. Scott Paluch, Joe Quinn, and Greg Parks each score two goals in the series. 3/5/89 -- Rob Blake ends the fourth-longest game in school history with a goal at 2:54 of the third overtime, giving the Brown and Orange a 3-2 win at Michigan in the decisive third game of the best-of-three first-round CCHA playoff series. The win puts the Falcons in the CCHA Championships for the eighth consecutive year. 2/3/90 -- Head coach Jerry York earns his 400th career win as BG defeats Miami, 4-3, in front of the home fans. York becomes only the ninth coach in NCAA history to reach the 400-win plateau. In the same game, Nelson Emerson becomes the BG career scoring leader, notching his 271st point on an assist in the first period. He goes on to conclude his career with 294 points. BG wins the game on Peter Holmes’ third power-play goal of the night (and his sixth of the series) -- both school records -- just before the final horn sounds. 12/7-8/90 -- BG receives a national ranking of eighth after securing its first ever sweep of a WCHA foe as the Falcons down North Dakota, 7-5 and 4-3 in overtime, at the Ice Arena.

BG senior tri-captains Byron Shutt (left), Dave Easton (center) and Tom Thomas relish the Falcons’ victory over Wisconsin in the consolation game at the 1978 NCAA Championships in Providence, Rhode Island.

10/26/91 -- In what may go down as the greatest comeback in Falcon history, BG rallies from a 5-0 disadvantage with under 26 minutes to play to post a 6-5 overtime win over Ohio State. Jim Solly ties the game with 1:48 remaining, setting the stage for Martin Jiranek’s game winner 37 seconds into the extra session. 12/6/91 -- Dan Bylsma’s short-handed goal, BG’s only two-man-down marker in the history of the program, proves to be the game winner in a 5-4 win at Western Michigan. 12/21/91 -- Head coach Jerry York collects his 300th victory behind the Falcon bench as BG defeats Boston College, 5-3, in the opening round of the Mariucci Classic in Minneapolis, Minn. 2/7-8/92 -- The Falcons broom the nation’s top ranked team, Michigan, 7-4 and 4-3, in a homeand-home series. Brian Holzinger records four goals on the weekend, including both game winners. 2/14-15/92 -- Just one week after sweeping the No. 1 team in the country, BG garners three out of a possible four points from No. 3 Michigan State in home-and-home action. Jim Solly’s goal with 54 seconds left in overtime gives BG the win at home on Friday, while only a late Spartan uprising saves another Falcon twin-killing the next evening as the teams skate to a 6-6 overtime tie in East Lansing.

11/6/93 -- BG, off to one of its best starts in school history, knocks off No. 1-ranked Lake Superior in the Sault, 3-2. The Falcons build a 3-1 lead in the third period and then hold off a late Laker flurry thanks in part to the goaltending of rookie Bob Petrie. BG receives a national ranking of fourth two days later, its highest in over five seasons. 1/21/94 -- Jeff Wells’ game winner with 7:01 left in regulation gives the Falcons a 5-4 victory over No. 3 Lake Superior at the Ice Arena. The Lakers build a 3-1 first-period advantage, but BG battles back with the game’s next three goals. The win gives the Brown and Orange a season series victory over the eventual NCAA champions. 3/11-12/94 -- Hosting its first CCHA playoff series since 1990, BG comes up with a sweep of Ferris State in firstround action to advance to JLA for the second straight year. Brian Holzinger’s overtime goal on Saturday gives the Falcons a 3-2 win following a 3-0 shutout by Bob Petrie the night before. The two victories guarantee BG its first season over the .500 mark in four years. 7/12/94 -- Buddy Powers, a former Falcon assistant, is appointed to replace long-time BG coach Jerry York who resigned a month earlier to accept a similar position at Boston College. Powers officially starts his head

12/5/92 -- BG freshman goalie Aaron Ellis blanks Miami, the country’s No. 4 rated team, by a 5-0 count. Ellis makes 27 saves against the eventual CCHA champions. 3/12-13/93 -- BG earns a berth to Joe Louis Arena for the first time since 1990 after a 5-4, 6-3 sweep of Western Michigan on the road in firstround CCHA playoff action. Jason Clark leads BG with three goals in the series, including the game winner in the deciding contest.

Brian Holzinger makes his way up the ice on the road for the BG Falcons.

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3/7-8/97 -- Forced to go on the road again to start the CCHA playoffs, the Falcons respond with the program’s biggest postseason series victory since besting Michigan eight years earlier by registering yet another sweep of Lake State (5-3, 8-4). Brett Punchard, Curtis Fry, and Mike Johnson each score three times in the two games. The series conquest marks the third time in the last five years (and fourth time in five series since 1989) BG has advanced to Joe Louis by capturing a first-round series away from home. 12/27-28/98 -- With wins over Cornell (3-2 OT) and Yale (4-1), the Falcons claim the 1998 Bank One Badger Showdown at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wis. The tournament title marked the first holiday crown for BG since 1988. 3/4/00 -- The Falcons conclude the regular-season with a 6-3 triumph at Michigan, marking BG’s first win at Yost Arena since Feb. 8, 1992 (15 consecutive losses). BG led 3-1 after 40 minutes and received third period goals from Greg Day, Scott Hewson and Craig Desjarlais.

Gino Cavallini (#23), Barry Mills (#6) and Brian Hills (far right) display the MacNaughton Cup after clinching the 1982-83 CCHA regular-season championship. 10/14/94 -- The debut of head coach Buddy Powers is a successful one with the Falcons coming away with an 11-2 victory over Guelph at the Ice Arena. 12/29/94 -- Brian Holzinger is named the “MVP” of the Bank One Badger Showdown at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wis., despite BG finishing third in the invitational. Holzinger nets five goals and adds three assists over the two tournament games. 1/13/95 -- Playing in their 1,000th varsity contest, the Falcons skate away with a 9-3 victory over Ohio State at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum. The game is BG’s first at the SFC since Jan. 7, 1975. Brian Holzinger records four points, including a hat trick. 3/31/95 -- What many had anticipated for several months becomes reality when Brian Holzinger is named the 15th recipient of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award given annually to college hockey’s top player. The official announcement is made in Providence, R.I., at the NCAA Championships. 10/28/95 -- BG captures its 600th all-time varsity win with its 6-4 conquest over Rensselaer at the Ice Arena. The Brown and Orange unleashes 59 shots on the Engineer cage en route to the milestone victory. With the win, the Falcon program reaches the magical victory mark in the second-fastest time span (26 years), behind only Wisconsin. 11/10/95 -- Mike Hall breaks Nelson Emerson’s (198788) school record for consecutive games with a goal when he scores during the second period at Ferris, his 11th straight contest with a tally. 11/23/95 -- Mike Hall again etches his name into the Falcon record books when he registers an eightpoint game (3 goals-5 assists) in BGSU’s 8-6 win at Alaska-Fairbanks. Hall’s performance shatters the former mark of seven points established by Doug Ross (1/10/75) and Brian Hills (1/15/82), and ties the CCHA single-game (overall) point record.

2/24/96 -- Nelson Emerson and Brian Holzinger jointly have their jersey No. 19 officially retired during the second intermission of the Falcons’ home finale against Notre Dame before a capacity crowd. The ceremony marks only the fourth number ever set aside in University sports history. 3/8-9/96 -- For the second time in four years, the Falcons win an opening-round CCHA playoff series at Western Michigan. BG sweeps the best two-of-three series against the Broncos by the scores of 8-1 and 3-1. Ten different Falcons garner goals in the series.

3/10-11/00 -- Bowling Green, the only school in CCHA history to have a .500 or better road mark, recorded its fifth playoff road series win by downing Lake Superior (2-1 OT, 3-2). 3/13/01 -- The Falcons won their fifth-straight game, all by one goal and three in overtime, by defeating Northern Michigan on the road in the CCHA Play-In game, 2-1. The victory sent Bowling Green to the CCHA Semifinals at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit to play the No. 1-ranked team in the country, Michigan State. BGSU lost 2-1.

12/7/97 -- Freshman netminder Shawn Timm made 42 saves in a 1-0 Falcon victory at #1 Michigan State before a sellout crowd of 6,257 at Munn Arena. It would be one of only two losses at home for the CCHA champion Spartans. Freshman Dennis Williams scored the only goal of the game in the third period. The win snapped a nine-game winless streak for the Falcons, while the loss stopped an eight-game Spartan winning streak. 3/1/97 -- The Brown and Orange concludes the regular season with one of the most memorable games in Ice Arena history after skating to a 0-0 OT deadlock against eighth-ranked Michigan State. The scoreless tie marks the first in the BG annals and only the second in CCHA history. MSU’s Chad Alban and BG’s Bob Petrie combine to turn aside 58 shots, including 30 by the Falcon backstop. BG’s remarkable streak of not being blanked at home ends at 303 games (248 CCHA contests) in a non-losing effort.

Martin Jiranek is mobbed by teammates after scoring an OT goal against Ohio State in the 1991-92 season opener. BG trailed 5-0 with less than 26 minutes to play.

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4/15/02 -- BGSU Athletic Director, Paul Krebs, announced former Falcon All-American Scott Paluch as the new head coach at Bowling Green. Paluch, who played for the Brown and Orange from 1984-88, came to Bowling Green after eight years as an assistant under former BGSU coach Jerry York at Boston College. 12/10/04 -- BGSU senior goaltender Jordan Sigalet holds a press conference to announce that he had been diagnossed with MS. Sigalet went on to be a Hobey Baker finalist that same season. 3/11/05 -- Bowling Green hosts Alaska-Fairbanks in the first round of the CCHA Tournament, snapping a 10-year drought of home CCHA playoff contests. 2/9/07 -- Bowling Green freshman Tomas Petruska recorded the first power play goal of his career with just 35 seconds remaining to capture a 3-2 win over the Michigan Wolverines inside the BGSU Ice Arena. Sophomore Jimmy Spratt was also outstanding, stopping all but two of Michigan’s 31 shots on the night.

Kevin Dahl (left), Marc Potvin (center) and Matt Ruchty hoist the 1988 CCHA playoff trophy after downing eventual national champion Lake Superior in the title game at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.

11/16/07 -- Bowling Green’s Derek Whitmore records a hat-trick for the second-straight game in a 4-2 win over Northern Michigan at the Ice Arena. 1/4/08 -- Freshman forward Jacob Cepis tied a careerhigh with two goals, while junior goaltender Jimmy Spratt stopped 25-of-27 shots as the Falcons earned their first win over a No. 1 team since 1997 with a 4-2 victory over top-ranked Miami at the BGSU Ice Arena. 3/9/08 -- Freshman forward Jacob Cepis’ goal at 1:34 of overtime sent BG to the second round of the CCHA playoffs for the first time since 2001, as they defeated Lake Superior State, 4-3, in the decisive game three of their opening round series at the BGSU Ice Arena. BG last made the second round when they swept Miami in the opening round in 2001, before going on to beat Northern Michigan in the Play-In game, which is now the second round best-of-three format. 6/30/09 -- Dennis Williams was named the interim head hockey coach after coach Scott Paluch stepped down to accept a position as a regional manager of USA Hockey’s American Development Model. Williams served as head coach of Neumann College, as well as an assistant at Alabama-Huntsville prior to returning to his alma mater as an assistant coach for the 2008-2009 season. 9/11/09 -- In conjunction with the University, the State of Ohio and a fundraising group in search for private funding, the uncertain future of the BGSU hockey program was made clear with the announcement of the creation

The Falcons win the opening face-off against NMU at the start of game 3 in the 2011 playoffs.

After the resignation of Scott Paluch in June 2009, assistant coach Dennis Williams (far left) was introduced by Athletic Director Greg Christopher (middle) as the interim head coach for the 2009-10 season. After a committment by the University and BGSU President Carol E. Cartwright solidified the future of the program and following the 2009-10 season, Chris Bergeron was named the seventh head coach in BG hockey history on April 12, 2010.

4/12/10 -- Former Miami RedHawk assistant, Chris Bergeron, was named to be the seventh head coach in BGSU Falcon history. Bergeron served as an assistant at Miami from 2000-2010 and played for the Red Hawks from 1989-93. Joining Bergeron to form the coaching staff is former Falcon captain Ty Eigner and Barry Schutte. 2/19/11 -- As the No. 11 seed in the 11-team CCHA, Bowling Green was expected to go down in the CCHA Tournament first round without much of a fight against sixth-seeded Northern Michigan. Considering no bottom seed had even won one game in the first round since 2004, the odds were stacked against the Falcons. After losing the opener 6-3, it appeared even moreso that the season was about to end. Bowling Green rallied behind the goaltending of Andrew Hammond for a 2-0 victory to force a decisive game three. In that contest, Bryce Williamson’s double overtime game-winner made Bowling Green the first bottom seed in CCHA history to win a best-of-three series. 2/25/12 -- After a late goal from Bryce Williamson secured a 4-3 win the previous night, the Falcons battle Michigan in the second game of the two-game weekend set. Although the Falcons would lose the contest, fans would pack the BGSU Ice Arena to set the all-time attendance record of 5,031

3/4/12 -- The Falcons repeat history, defeating NMU in the first round of the CCHA Playoffs for the second straight season as the 11th seed, becoming only the second team to do so. (Falcons - 2011) 3/11/12 -- Bowling Green does the impossible, defeating No. 1 ranked Ferris State on the road in game three of the second round CCHA Playoff series. Freshman Dan DeSalvo records a hat trick in the contest, scoring his third goal in the first overtime to send the Falcons to the CCHA Semifinals at Joe Louis Arena. The visit marked the Falcons first trip to the Joe in 11 years, and was the first time in the history of the conference that an 11th seed made it to the final four. 1/15/13 -- Ryan Peltoma, Dan DeSalvo, Ryan Carpenter and Bryce Williamson all scored, helping the Falcons defeat the fifth-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the BGSU Ice Arena. Goaltender Andrew Hammond (5-7-3) stopped 20-of-22 shots in the win. 3/10/13 -- The Falcons defeated Lake Superior in the third and final game of the first round, 7-0. Cam Wojtala, Ryan Carpenter, Marc Rodriguez, Ralfs Freibergs and Adam Berkle each scored once for the Falcons, while Dan DeSalvo added two goals on the night. With the win, it marked the third year in a row the Falcons have made it to the second series.

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Falcon Hall Of Fame

Rob Blake

Nelson Emerson

Mike Liut

George McPhee

Brian Holzinger

Brian Hills

Garry Galley

Brian MacLellan

Jamie Wansbrough

BGSU ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

One of the highest honors bestowed upon a Falcon athlete is induction into the BGSU Athletic Hall of Fame. Any former BG student-athlete out of school for at least 10 years, a coach, or a contributor to BGSU athletics is eligible for induction. Athletes who leave school early are not eligible to be placed on the ballot until 10 years after what would have been their senior year. Portraits of each of the 211 inductees are on display at the Stroh Center, after its completion in May 2011. A total of 17 hockey players (see right column) have been enshrined in BGSU’s Hall of Fame, including 10 who were elected on their first ballot. Also, former Falcon coaches Jerry York (inducted in the fall of 2003), Jack Vivian (inducted in the fall of 2008) and Ron Mason(inducted in the fall of 2009) have earned a place in the Hall of Fame. BG’s 1984 NCAA championship squad was inducted in 1993 as the first “team” ever named to the Hall of Fame. Dr. Sam Cooper, who was elected in 1975 after a highly successful career as swimming coach (1946-63), played an instrumental role in starting hockey at the University in 1963 as a club sport.

Ken Morrow

Scott Paluch

Hall of Famers

Inducted

Coach Scott Paluch................................................ 2013 Coach Ron Mason . .............................................. 2009 Coach Jack Vivian.................................................. 2008 Brian Holzinger.................................................... *2005 Coach Jerry York.................................................... 2003 Greg Parks............................................................. 2002 John Markell.......................................................... 2000 Dave Ellett............................................................. 1998 Rob Blake............................................................. *1996 Nelson Emerson.................................................. *1995 Gary Kruzich.......................................................... 1994 Mark Wells............................................................ 1992 Jamie Wansbrough.............................................. *1991 Garry Galley......................................................... *1990 Brian Hills............................................................ *1988 Brian MacLellan................................................... *1987 George McPhee................................................... *1987 Ken Morrow........................................................ *1984 Bob Dobek............................................................. 1983 Mike Liut.............................................................. *1982 *Elected in their first year of eligibility

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NHL Draft Picks Bowling Green’s National Hockey League Draft Picks Player Team (Club Pick) Year Round Pick Jordan Samuels-Thomas.......................................Atlanta (9)................................................ 2009 ........................................... 7............................................... 203 Nick Eno................................................................Buffalo (7)................................................. 2007............................................ 7................................................187 Jonathan Matsumoto...........................................Philadelphia (3)........................................ 2006............................................ 3..................................................79 Jonathan Sigalet...................................................Boston (4)................................................. 2005............................................ 4................................................100 Jimmy Spratt.........................................................Calgary (7)................................................ 2004............................................ 7................................................213 Taylor Christie.......................................................Colorado (6)............................................. 2002............................................ 6................................................195 Kevin Bieksa..........................................................Vancouver (4)........................................... 2001............................................ 5................................................151 Jordan Sigalet.......................................................Boston (6)................................................. 2001............................................ 7................................................209 Sean Kotary..........................................................Colorado (12)........................................... 2000............................................ 9................................................266 Ryan Murphy........................................................Carolina (4)............................................... 1999............................................ 4................................................113 Curtis Valentine....................................................Vancouver (11)......................................... 1998............................................ 8................................................219 Adam Edinger.......................................................N.Y. Islanders (7)....................................... 1997............................................ 5................................................115 Doug Schueller.....................................................Florida (9)................................................. 1997............................................ 8................................................211 Peter Ratchuk.......................................................Colorado (1)............................................. 1996............................................ 1..................................................25 Quinn Fair#...........................................................Los Angeles (1)......................................... 1994............................................ 5....................................................7 Todd Kelman.........................................................St. Louis (4)............................................... 1993............................................ 6............................................... 141 Jason Clark............................................................Vancouver (8)........................................... 1992............................................ 6............................................... 141 Brandon Carper....................................................Calgary (10).............................................. 1992............................................ 9............................................... 198 Aaron Ellis.............................................................Quebec (12)............................................. 1992........................................... 11.............................................. 244 Sean Pronger........................................................Vancouver (3)........................................... 1991............................................ 3..................................................51 Keith Redmond.....................................................Los Angeles (2)......................................... 1991............................................ 4..................................................79 Aris Brimanis........................................................Philadelphia (3)........................................ 1991............................................ 4..................................................86 Brian Holzinger.....................................................Buffalo (7)................................................. 1991............................................ 6............................................... 124 Angelo Libertucci#................................................Philadelphia (1)........................................ 1991............................................ 5....................................................6 Glen Mears...........................................................Calgary (5)................................................ 1990............................................ 3.............................................. 62 Ken Klee................................................................Washington (11)....................................... 1990............................................ 9............................................... 177 Todd Reirden........................................................New Jersey (14)........................................ 1990........................................... 12.............................................. 242 Martin Jiranek#....................................................Washington (1)......................................... 1990............................................ 5..................................................13 Dan Bylsma...........................................................Winnipeg (7)............................................. 1989............................................ 6............................................... 109 Brett Harkins.........................................................N.Y. Islanders (9)....................................... 1989............................................ 7............................................... 133 Jim Solly................................................................Winnipeg (10)........................................... 1989............................................ 8............................................... 151 Matt Ruchty..........................................................New Jersey (4).......................................... 1988............................................ 4..................................................65 Rob Blake..............................................................Los Angeles (4)......................................... 1988............................................ 4..................................................70 Kevin Dahl.............................................................Montréal (12)........................................... 1988........................................... 11.............................................. 230 Andy Gribble#.......................................................Vancouver (1)........................................... 1988............................................ 5....................................................2 Paul Connell#........................................................Philadelphia............................................. 1988............................................ 5..................................................19 Joe Quinn.............................................................Hartford (5).............................................. 1986............................................ 6............................................... 116 Marc Potvin..........................................................Detroit (9)................................................. 1986............................................ 9............................................... 169 Brian McKee#.......................................................Minnesota (1)........................................... 1986............................................ 5..................................................11 Gary Kruzich#.......................................................N.Y. Islanders............................................ 1986............................................ 5..................................................15 Mike Natyshak#....................................................Quebec (1)................................................ 1986............................................ 5..................................................19 Nelson Emerson...................................................St. Louis (2)............................................... 1985............................................ 3..................................................44 Chad Arthur..........................................................Montréal (13)........................................... 1985........................................... 10.............................................. 205 Paul Ysebaert........................................................New Jersey (4).......................................... 1984............................................ 4..................................................74 Scott Paluch..........................................................St. Louis (7)............................................... 1984............................................ 5..................................................92 Brent Regan..........................................................Hartford (5).............................................. 1984........................................... 10..................................... 193 (194) Daryn Fersovich....................................................Philadelphia (12)...................................... 1984........................................... 10..................................... 204 (205) Garry Galley..........................................................Los Angeles (4)......................................... 1983............................................ 5..................................... 103 (100) Don Barber...........................................................Edmonton* (5)......................................... 1983............................................ 6..................................... 124 (120) Iain Duncan..........................................................Winnipeg (8)............................................. 1983............................................ 7..................................... 134 (129) Todd Flichel..........................................................Winnipeg (10)........................................... 1983............................................ 9..................................... 176 (169) Tom Pratt..............................................................Calgary (12).............................................. 1983........................................... 10.............................................. 191 Dave Ellett............................................................Winnipeg (3)............................................. 1982............................................ 4..................................................75 Dave Randerson...................................................N.Y. Islanders (11)..................................... 1981........................................... 10.............................................. 210 Kim Collins............................................................Los Angeles (12)....................................... 1980........................................... 10.............................................. 199 John Gibb..............................................................N.Y. Islanders (7)....................................... 1979............................................ 6............................................... 122 Mike Cotter...........................................................Minnesota (8)........................................... 1978............................................ 8............................................... 121 Mark Wells...........................................................Montréal (22)........................................... 1977........................................... 13.............................................. 176 Mike Liut...............................................................St. Louis (5)............................................... 1976............................................ 4..................................................56 Ken Morrow.........................................................N.Y. Islanders (4)....................................... 1976............................................ 4..................................................68 Byron Shutt...........................................................Pittsburgh (9)........................................... 1975............................................ 9............................................... 155 Duffy Smith...........................................................Philadelphia (8)........................................ 1975........................................... 10.............................................. 175 Jack Laine.............................................................Toronto (12)............................................. 1975........................................... 11.............................................. 180 John Stewart.........................................................Montréal (11)........................................... 1974............................................ 6............................................... 105 Gerry Bradbury.....................................................Los Angeles (4)......................................... 1970............................................ 6..................................................73 Rick Thompson.....................................................Minnesota (7)........................................... 1969............................................ 7..................................................72

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Player, Pos..........................Years.......... #.........GP........ G......A.....Pts....Pen-Min..... PP.... SH... GW.................Hometown -AChad Ackerman, D............. 1992-96.........2......... 155....... 20.... 59..... 79...... 63-129........9...... 0.......3................Rochester, MI B.J. Adams, D..................... 1996-00.........2......... 145........ 8..... 19..... 27..... 136-302.......3...... 1.......3........ Scarborough, ONT Tim Alexander, W.............. 1976-80....... 12........ 107....... 26.... 32..... 58....... 35-73.........8...... 0.......0............... Windsor, ONT Bob Allen, RW.................... 1971-72....... 17......... 11......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0................ Excelsior, MN Dale Allen, RW................... 1973-74....... 16......... 14......... 2...... 2....... 4.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0.................Dryden, ONT John Allen, F/D.................. 1976-79.........6.......... 46......... 6...... 8...... 14....... 11-22.........0...... 0.......0....................Anoka, MN Rick Allen, C....................... 1969-70.........7.......... 28......... 8..... 20..... 28....... 36-78.........3...... 0.......1.................. Sarnia, ONT Roger Archer, D.................. 1971-75.........3......... 137....... 13.... 86..... 99..... 114-271.......6...... 0.......3.................. Sarnia, ONT Kevin Armbruster, F........... 1994-98....... 25........ 113........ 8...... 7...... 15....... 17-48.........2...... 0.......1................. Geneseo, NY Chad Arthur, W.................. 1985-89....... 23........ 141....... 21.... 29..... 50...... 93-206........0...... 1.......2........... West Dundee, IL Derek Arzoomanian, D/W. 1977-80....... 19......... 72......... 3..... 11..... 14....... 22-52.........0...... 0.......0...Dearborn Heights, MI Ben Assenmacher, F.......... 2002-03....... 17......... 29........ 2...... 1....... 3......... 5-21..........0...... 0.......0..................Sylvania, OH -BPete Badour, D/RW............ 1969-73....... 11........ 128....... 71.... 73.... 144...... 13-26........16..... 3.......6............... Windsor, ONT Nick Bailen, D.................... 2008-09....... 55......... 37......... 6..... 10..... 16....... 24-56.........3...... 0.......0................Fredonia, N.Y. Brian Bales, C..................... 2005-06....... 25......... 12......... 0...... 1....... 1......... 6-12..........0...... 0.......0.............. Anchorage, AK Steve Ball, LW.................... 1971-75....... 14........ 141....... 46.... 95.... 141...... 18-36.........3...... 2.......3........... Port Credit, ONT Nick Bandescu, W/C.......... 1980-84....... 20........ 119....... 40.... 29..... 69....... 26-52.........1...... 4.......2..............Port Huron, MI David Banghart, RW.......... 1969-70.........8.......... 26......... 1...... 2....... 3.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0............... Ann Arbor, MI Don Barber, LW.................. 1984-88.....16/20..... 155....... 83... 115... 198.... 122-275......40..... 0.......6................... Victoria, BC Marc Barlow, D.................. 1998-02.......6/5....... 141....... 16.... 45..... 61....... 33-82.........5...... 0.......4............... Addison, ONT Ryan Barnett, F.................. 2002-05....... 12........ 107....... 11.... 14..... 25....... 31-62.........0...... 1.......2.................. Calgary, ALB Phil Barski, F...................... 2000-01....... 17......... 17......... 1...... 3....... 4......... 5-10..........0...... 0.......0...... Richmond Hill, ONT Mike Bartley, RW............... 1970-74....... 18........ 138...... 118.. 104... 222...... 40-96........39..... 3......14................. Sarnia, ONT Paul Basic, D...................... 1989-93.........6......... 114........ 2..... 10..... 12....... 31-62.........0...... 0.......0.................... Chicago, IL Adam Berkle, F.................2011-SA....... 13........ 85....... 14....28.... 42....... 38-98........ 1...... 0...... 3............ Collegeville, PA Kevin Bieksa, D.................. 2000-04...... 6/7...... 147....... 24.... 51..... 75..... 142-316.......9...... 1.......1............... Grimsby, ONT Robert Binnie, C................. 1971-72....... 26.......... 1......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0...............Noranda, QUE Rob Blake, D...................... 1987-90.........3......... 131....... 39.... 65.... 104.... 149-368......18..... 1.......3.................Simcoe, ONT Bruce Blyth, C.................... 1969-71....... 15......... 61........ 20.... 54..... 74........ 5-10..........9...... 0.......2............. Montreal, QUE Chris Bonvie, C/RW........... 1997-99....... 10......... 76........ 24.... 30..... 54....... 38-92........12..... 0.......2.............Athabasca, ALB Josh Boyd, C....................... 2006-10.....20/26...... 90........ 10.... 12..... 22....... 12-24.........2...... 0.......2.............. Columbus, OH Gerry Bradbury, C.............. 1970-74.........9......... 107....... 48.... 84.... 132...... 27-62........21..... 1.......6..........Leamington, ONT Perry Braun, RW................ 1980-84....... 16........ 150....... 51.... 73.... 124...... 44-88........10..... 6.......4..................... Surrey, BC Aris Brimanis, D/W............ 1990-92.........3.......... 70......... 5..... 15..... 20....... 36-80.........0...... 0.......2.......Shaker Heights, OH Russ Britton, D................... 1970-71.........5.......... 24......... 0...... 6....... 6........ 27-50.........0...... 0.......0............... Windsor, ONT Jeremy Bronson, D............. 2003-SA.........5......... 109........ 1...... 6....... 7....... 93-221........0...... 0.......0....... Bowling Green, OH Dan Brown, LW.................. 1974-78....... 27......... 26......... 1...... 2....... 3.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......1....... Bowling Green, OH Steve Brudzewski, F........... 2001-04....... 16........ 140....... 35.... 26..... 61...... 56-131.......10..... 3.......3................Dearborn, MI Dan Bylsma, W.................. 1988-92....... 21........ 157....... 37.... 50..... 87...... 52-120........4...... 4.......4.......... Grand Haven, MI Scott Bylsma, W................. 1984-85....... 21......... 15......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0.......... Grand Haven, MI -CRyan Carpenter, F.............2011-SA....... 22........ 85....... 29....34.... 63....... 20-51........ 8...... 2...... 6.................... Oviedo, FL Brandon Carper, D............. 1991-95......7/27...... 134....... 14.... 56..... 70..... 111-238.......6...... 1.......3..................Grayslake, IL Gino Cavallini, LW.............. 1982-84....... 23......... 83........ 33.... 39..... 72....... 34-68.........8...... 0.......7........... North York, ONT Brian Celentano, D............. 1971-75.........6......... 118........ 5..... 20..... 25...... 71-145........1...... 0.......0.............North Bay, ONT Jacob Cepis, F.................... 2007-09....... 13......... 56........ 16.... 20..... 36....... 16-32.........4...... 0.......3.................... Parma, OH Taylor Christie, D............... 2001-04......6/12...... 121........ 1...... 8....... 9....... 71-150........0...... 0.......0................ Toronto, ONT Doug Claggett, D................ 1984-86.........5.......... 61......... 5..... 24..... 29....... 15-30.........3...... 0.......0................Issaquah, WA Jason Clark, LW/C.............. 1992-96....... 24........ 155....... 52.... 88.... 140..... 86-181.......14..... 4.......7...............Belmont, ONT Kim Collins, W.................... 1979-83....... 14........ 134....... 26.... 32..... 58....... 48-96.........1...... 4.......2..... Qualicum Beach, BC Mark Cooper....................2012-SA....... 26........ 38........ 9......7..... 16........ 9-18......... 3...... 0...... 2............... Toronto, ONT Rick Costello, C.................. 1972-74.....20/27...... 58......... 6...... 8...... 14........ 7-14..........0...... 0.......0....... Crystal Beach, ONT Mike Cotter, D.................... 1976-80....... 11........ 148....... 19.... 75..... 94..... 131-271.......0...... 0.......2................ Toronto, ONT Marc Craig, ....................... 1971-72....... 16......... 13......... 0...... 2....... 2.......... 4-8...........0...... 0.......0 Dale Crombeen, W/C......... 1994-97....... 11........ 114....... 27.... 46..... 73...... 66-143.......17..... 0.......3......... Mooretown, ONT Andy Crowther, W............. 1976-80....... 20........ 136....... 31.... 35..... 66....... 21-45.........3...... 0.......5.................Melrose, MA

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Player, Pos..........................Years.......... #.........GP........ G......A.....Pts....Pen-Min..... PP.... SH... GW.................Hometown -DKevin Dahl, D..................... 1986-90.........5......... 165....... 21.... 77..... 98..... 113-257.......4...... 0.......6................ London, ONT Jose Delgadillo.................2012-SA........ 8......... 27........ 0......1...... 1......... 5-10......... 0...... 0...... 0.............Milwaukee, WI Dan DeSalvo, F.................2011-SA....... 11........ 76....... 19....31.... 50....... 30-71........ 1...... 0...... 5.....Rolling Meadows, IL Steve Dawe, W.................. 1976-80.........2......... 104....... 22.... 41..... 63....... 14-36.........1...... 0.......5.................Ottawa, ONT Greg Day, C........................ 1998-02.....11/10..... 154....... 60.... 74..... 34....... 38-76........19..... 2.......8......St. Clair Beach, ONT Tommy Dee, F.................... 2006-10....... 27........ 130....... 20.... 13..... 33...... 39-127........5...... 0.......2.........Maple Grove, MN Austin de Luis, W............... 1998-02....... 24........ 135....... 20.... 33..... 53...... 76-184........5...... 0.......4............. Brockville, ONT Craig Desjarlais, W............. 1996-00....... 18........ 145....... 22.... 45..... 67...... 94-204.......10..... 0.......2................. LaSalle, ONT Greg de Vries, D................. 1991-92....... 26......... 24......... 0...... 3....... 3........ 10-20.........0...... 0.......0............ Sundridge, ONT Steve Dickinson, W/D........ 1985-89.20/26/21/2.58......... 8..... 14..... 22....... 21-43.........3...... 0.......1....... Bowling Green, OH Bob Dobek, C..................... 1972-75......7/15...... 108....... 94... 134... 228..... 49-106.......37..... 3.......7...................... Taylor, MI Bryan Dobek, C.................. 2002-05......21/7...... 100........ 9..... 21..... 30....... 30-71.........0...... 0.......0...............Escondido, CA Steve Douglass, D.............. 1975-79.........5......... 132........ 6..... 21..... 27....... 17-34.........0...... 0.......0.............Gloucester, MA Kevin Dufour, F.................2013-SA....... 10......... 0......... 0......0...... 0..........0-0.......... 0...... 0...... 0.... Quebec City, Canada Iain Duncan, LW................. 1983-87....... 24........ 161....... 72.... 98.... 170.... 186-435.......3...... 3......13............... Weston, ONT EDave Easton, C................... 1974-78....... 17........ 140....... 61.... 93.... 154..... 61-136........7...... 5.......8......... Glen Morris, ONT Erik Eaton, D/F................... 2000-04....... 26......... 77......... 2...... 6....... 8........ 31-70.........0...... 0.......0..............Larchmont, NY Keith Ebare, W/C............... 1995-97....... 22......... 48......... 4...... 3....... 7......... 5-10..........0...... 0.......1... Sault Ste. Marie, ONT Adam Edinger, C/LW.......... 1996-00....... 15........ 135....... 57.... 74.... 131..... 76-174.......28..... 1.......4....................Toledo, OH Ty Eigner, RW..................... 1988-93....... 14........ 123........ 4...... 9...... 13....... 22-52.........0...... 1.......1.......... Apple Valley, MN Matt Eldred, D................... 1993-97.........6......... 137....... 10.... 30..... 40..... 155-350.......0...... 0.......3............ Rocky River, OH Dave Ellett, D..................... 1982-84.........4.......... 83........ 19.... 52..... 71...... 61-130........9...... 0.......3................. Kanata, ONT Jeff Elvin, RW..................... 1993-94....... 14......... 32......... 3...... 4....... 7.......... 4-8...........1...... 0.......0.......... Apple Valley, MN Nelson Emerson, C............ 1986-90....... 19........ 178...... 112.. 182... 294..... 81-170.......38..... 0......15........... Waterford, ONT Jon Erickson, W................. 2004-07....... 17......... 58......... 1...... 6....... 7........ 15-30.........0...... 0.......0........... Eden Prarie, MN Brian Escobedo, D............. 2000-04.........2......... 146....... 12.... 37..... 49...... 65-138........4...... 0.......1...................Bayside, NY Tom Esper, LW................... 1973-76....... 12......... 98........ 22.... 41..... 63........ 7-22..........5...... 1.......2................Dearborn, MI -FQuinn Fair, D...................... 1994-96....... 21......... 77........ 10.... 28..... 38...... 65-138........1...... 0.......1....... Campbell River, BC Mike Falk, F........................ 2002-05....... 14........ 127....... 39.... 42..... 81...... 58-116.......13..... 0.......5............... Davisburg, MI Dave Faulkner, W/C........... 1994-98.........8......... 148....... 33.... 41..... 74....... 31-62.........8...... 1.......5......... Bracebridge, ONT Daryn Fersovich, C/LW...... 1984-85....... 16......... 40......... 3...... 4....... 7......... 9-18..........0...... 0.......0.............Edmonton, ALB Wade Finegan, F................ 2007-11....... 11......... 88......... 8...... 7...... 15....... 26-60.........1...... 0.......2................ Toronto, ONT Mike Fink........................... 2009-12....... 26......... 61......... 6...... 9...... 15........ 8-16..........3...... 0.......0.......... Minnetonka, MN John Fish, D....................... 1982-84....... 18.......... 5.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0......... Parry Sound, ONT Todd Flichel, D................... 1983-87.......3/8....... 170....... 13.... 35..... 48..... 112-235.......2...... 1.......2.............. Osgoode, ONT Alex Foster, W.................... 2004-05....... 27......... 72........ 19.... 63..... 82....... 35-73.........6...... 1.......1....................Canton, MI Martin Foy, D..................... 1984-85.........2.......... 13......... 0...... 2....... 2.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0................ Toronto, ONT Owen Freeman, LW........... 1969-70....... 27......... 27........ 16.... 12..... 28....... 19-41.........3...... 1.......1............... Windsor, ONT Ralfs Friedbergs................2012-SA....... 29......... 8......... 1......6...... 7..........2-4.......... 1...... 0...... 0.................. Riga, Latvia Jerry Freismuth, F.............. 2009-11.........6.......... 30......... 0...... 5....... 5......... 8-16..........0...... 0.......0........... Grosse Point, MI Ryan Fultz, RW................... 1999-01.........7.......... 52........ 22.... 19..... 41........ 8-16..........8...... 0.......3................Rochester, MI Curtis Fry, C/RW................ 1993-97....... 10........ 153....... 68... 126... 194..... 96-219.......30..... 5.......6...................Hinton, ALB -GDan Gagner, C.................... 1975-76.........6.......... 14......... 3...... 4....... 7.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0.............. Chatham, ONT Garry Galley, D................... 1981-84.........3......... 126....... 35... 117... 152..... 68-149.......16..... 2.......5.................Ottawa, ONT Ben Geelen, W................... 2004-08....... 22........ 123....... 11..... 8...... 19...... 40-113........0...... 2.......0.................. Buffalo, MN John Gibb, D...................... 1978-80....... 22......... 83........ 22.... 48..... 70....... 29-58........10..... 0.......3................ Weston, ONT Tom Glantz, W/C............... 1991-95....... 22........ 117....... 45.... 42..... 87....... 25-50........14..... 3.......6.............. Riverwoods, IL Andy Gribble, RW.............. 1984-88....... 13........ 172....... 67.... 75.... 142...... 32-64.........6...... 9.......8................ Toronto, ONT Max Grover, D.................... 2009-12....... 23......... 87......... 0...... 7....... 7....... 48-154........0...... 0.......0...............Kentwood, MI Chris Guertin, W................ 1978-82......8/18...... 143....... 34.... 41..... 75....... 25-56.........4...... 0.......4...................Davison, MI Chuck Gyles, D................... 1969-73.........4......... 123....... 31... 121... 152..... 77-227.......19..... 1.......4......................Ajax, ONT

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-HTim Hack, C........................ 1980-84....... 11........ 144....... 21.... 55..... 76....... 34-68.........1...... 0.......3...............Grenfell, SASK Rusty Hafner....................2012-SA........ 5......... 32........ 1......5...... 6..........4-8.......... 0...... 0...... 0................... Toledo, OH Mike Hall, C/LW................. 1992-96....... 17........ 150....... 53.... 52.... 105...... 30-60........16..... 0......10............... Nepean, ONT Zach Ham, LW/C................ 1996-00....... 17........ 147....... 18.... 26..... 44...... 80-168........0...... 1.......3................ Spokane, WA Dana Hanson, C/W............ 2003-04....... 23......... 39......... 1...... 0....... 1......... 8-16..........0...... 0.......0........ Medicine Hat, ALB Brett Harkins, C/W............. 1989-93....... 12........ 150....... 60... 148... 208..... 63-135.......22..... 1.......8...............Cleveland, OH Mike Hartman, C............... 1974-78........ 8........ 122...... 114... 83.... 197..... 86-189.......42..... 0......19............ Don Mills, ONT Greg Hatch, C..................... 1971-75.....16/19...... 34......... 2...... 3....... 5.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......1.................Dryden, ONT Jason Helbing, RW............. 1992-94....... 27......... 70........ 24.... 24..... 48....... 15-33.........5...... 2.......4............Beaver Dam, WI Tom Hendrix, LW............... 1969-71....... 16......... 55........ 10..... 9...... 19....... 20-49.........0...... 1.......0.........................Troy, NY Alex Herle, D...................... 1987-88.........2.......... 18......... 1...... 1....... 2......... 6-12..........0...... 0.......0..............Neilburg, SASK Jeff Herman, W/C.............. 1992-96....... 16........ 132....... 26.... 30..... 56...... 56-123........4...... 0.......3.... North Vancouver, BC Scott Hewson, W............... 1998-02....... 21........ 137....... 25.... 46..... 71..... 115-284......10..... 0.......2.... North Vancouver, BC Brian Hills, C...................... 1979-83....... 10........ 156...... 116.. 154... 270..... 70-143.......39..... 2......15.............. Windsor, ONT Michael Hodgson, D.......... 2004-08.........2......... 148........ 7..... 32..... 39...... 72-152........1...... 0.......0.................. Surfside, CA Peter Holmes, RW............. 1988-92....... 17........ 164....... 84... 108... 192..... 63-126.......41..... 0.......8............... Richmond, BC Brad Holzinger, C/LW......... 1994-98....... 14........ 145....... 22.... 42..... 64...... 52-115........9...... 1.......1.................... Parma, OH Brian Holzinger, C/RW....... 1991-95....... 19........ 147...... 102... 83.... 185..... 69-146.......27..... 8......12................... Parma, OH Jack Hoogeveen, RW......... 1969-72.....26/27...... 91........ 25.... 24..... 49....... 28-62.........1...... 2.......2................ Toronto, ONT Derek Hopko, D................. 1988-90.........4.......... 54......... 0...... 6....... 6........ 16-32.........0...... 0.......0. Winnipeg Beach, MAN Kip Horner, F...................... 2001-02.........6.......... 11......... 1...... 0....... 1.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0....... Bowling Green, OH Scott Hoyt, D...................... 1982-83....... 17.......... 2.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0................ Westport, CT Paul Hughes, RW............... 1972-74....... 19......... 39......... 2...... 7....... 9........ 18-36.........0...... 1.......0...............Muskegon, MI Larry Hull, D....................... 1997-98....... 21......... 11......... 0...... 3....... 3.......... 3-6...........0...... 0.......0................ Brooklyn, OH John Hustler, C/D............... 1995-98.........5.......... 70......... 3...... 4....... 7......... 9-18..........1...... 0.......0...............Cobourg, ONT - I / JAntti Ilvonen, W................. 1996-98.........7.......... 60......... 6..... 11..... 17....... 15-38.........2...... 0.......0...............Sipoo, Finland Martin Jiranek, C............... 1988-92....... 10........ 155....... 78.... 90.... 168..... 68-153.......33..... 2......10................ Bashaw, ALB Mike Johnson, RW............. 1993-97....... 12........ 143....... 64.... 98.... 162..... 60-121.......25..... 8.......5........ Scarborough, ONT Michael Jones, D/LW......... 1996-00.....21/22..... 127....... 18.... 52..... 70..... 109-267.......6...... 0.......3....................Toledo, OH -KDan Kane, C....................... 1981-84.........7......... 123....... 59... 112... 171..... 69-150.......14..... 3.......8....................Clinton, NY Kai Kantola......................... 2006-10....... 14........ 135....... 28.... 26..... 54...... 72-193.......13..... 0.......2................... Raleigh, NC Dave Kearney, LW.............. 1969-71.....18/19...... 18......... 4...... 6...... 10....... 11-22.........1...... 0.......0...............Clarkson, ONT Tom Keller, D...................... 1970-71....... 24.......... 6.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0...Grosse Pt. Woods, MI Frank Kelly, W.................... 1980-81....... 26.......... 5.......... 0...... 1....... 1.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0.............. Greenwich, CT Todd Kelman, D/W............ 1993-97.......3/4....... 123........ 6..... 22..... 28...... 52-123........1...... 0.......0.................. Calgary, ALB Kerry Kennedy, W.............. 1982-83....... 26......... 22......... 3...... 4....... 7......... 4-8...........0...... 0.......0............Birmingham, MI Mark Kindrachuk, D........... 1979-81.........7.......... 56......... 1...... 9...... 10....... 47-94.........0...... 0.......0.................Regina, SASK Ken Klee, D........................ 1989-92.........2.......... 88......... 7..... 34..... 41...... 60-120........5...... 0.......2............Kansas City, MO Tyler Knight, RW................ 1999-03.....10/23..... 152....... 29.... 40..... 69...... 58-116........8...... 2.......3..................Kelowna, BC Bill Koniewich, D................ 1969-71.........3.......... 60......... 3..... 14..... 17...... 55-110........0...... 0.......0....... New Liskeard, ONT Sean Kotary, F.................... 2000-01.........8........... 5.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0......... New Hartford, NY Andrew Krelove, D............. 2007-11....... 15........ 141........ 3..... 13..... 16...... 50-111........0...... 0.......0........ Thunder Bay, ONT Connor Kucera..................2011-SA........ 3......... 76........ 3.....13.... 16....... 29-69........ 0...... 0...... 1..............Twin Lakes, IN -LRick Lacroix, RW................ 1990-92....... 15......... 27......... 1...... 4....... 5.......... 4-8...........0...... 0.......0...............Lake Zurich, IL Jack Laine, D/RW............... 1973-77.........4......... 134....... 53.... 50.... 103..... 83-172.......22..... 1.......2.............. Thornhill, ONT Adam Lamarre, D/F........... 1994-98.........3......... 130........ 3..... 18..... 21...... 56-112........0...... 0.......0.............Markham, ONT Nick Lang, F....................... 2003-04....... 22.......... 7.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0....................Livonia, MI Andre Latreille, W.............. 1978-82....... 17......... 73........ 16.... 26..... 42....... 21-42.........0...... 0.......0................. LaSalle, QUE Alan Leggett, D.................. 1985-89.........8......... 165........ 7..... 40..... 47...... 57-114........0...... 1.......0...........Wainwright, ALB Al Leitch, D......................... 1971-75.........5......... 126........ 4..... 55..... 59..... 102-215.......1...... 0.......1.................. Sarnia, ONT Roger Leonard, RW............ 2000-03....... 22......... 93........ 19.... 17..... 36...... 50-151........5...... 0.......2.................. Calgary, ALB Mark Lindsay, LW............... 1992-93....... 10......... 16......... 3...... 8...... 11....... 15-38.........1...... 0.......1............... Dresden, ONT Jim Lochead, D.................. 1971-73....... 24......... 17......... 0...... 1....... 1......... 5-10..........0...... 0.......0.................. Forest, ONT Mark Lori, RW.................... 1985-87....... 12......... 18......... 3...... 8...... 11....... 25-60.........2...... 0.......0......St. Clair Beach, ONT Ron Lozon, D...................... 1975-77....... 19......... 26......... 1...... 1....... 2......... 6-12..........0...... 0.......0......................Fraser, MI Kevin Lune, W/C................ 1992-95....... 18......... 98........ 25.... 31..... 56...... 66-164........5...... 0.......2............. Brantford, ONT Matthew Lynn, D............... 2001-03.......3/5........ 31......... 0...... 2....... 2......... 9-18..........0...... 0.......0..........New Glasgow, NS -

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Player, Pos..........................Years.......... #.........GP........ G......A.....Pts....Pen-Min..... PP.... SH... GW.................Hometown -MKevin MacDonald, D.......... 1972-76....... 21........ 106........ 8..... 60..... 68..... 121-275.......0...... 3.......1................ Toronto, ONT Rousell MacKenzie, D........ 1979-80.........3.......... 21......... 0...... 4....... 4......... 5-10..........0...... 0.......0.................... Sydney, NS Brian MacLellan, W/D....... 1978-82....... 24........ 160....... 64.... 79.... 143.... 164-345......31..... 1.......6.................Guelph, ONT Ivan Madar, D.................... 1969-70....... 19.......... 3.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0...............Cleveland, OH Scott Mader, C................... 1981-82.........8.......... 17......... 2...... 1....... 3.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0..............Silver Lake, OH Pierrick Maia, W................ 1987-91.....16/26..... 163....... 32.... 47..... 79....... 42-84.........8...... 0.......2.................Caen, France John Markell, LW............... 1975-79....... 14........ 150...... 102.. 133... 235.... 119-249......36..... 0......17............. Cornwall, ONT Louis Mass, D..................... 1997-01....... 20........ 140........ 2...... 8...... 10...... 94-221........0...... 0.......0.............. Anchorage, AK Jonathan Matsumoto, C/W.2004-06...... 11........ 110....... 49.... 64.... 113..... 58-135.......28..... 0.......8................ Orleans, ONT John Mavity, D................... 1974-78.........9......... 126....... 36.... 95.... 131..... 73-152.......20..... 0.......5.............. Stratford, ONT Tim Maxwell, D.................. 2006-09....... 12......... 87......... 1..... 28..... 29....... 39-86.........0...... 0.......0..... Sherwood Park, ALB John Mazzei, W................. 2004-08....... 29........ 134....... 21.... 38..... 59....... 41-93.........1...... 1.......2..................Kelowna, BC D’Arcy McConvey, C........... 2000-04....... 11....... 153....... 31.... 71.... 102..... 66-132.......10..... 1.......4...... Richmond Hill, ONT Gord McCosh, C................. 1969-73.......7/9....... 101....... 56.... 91.... 147..... 81-208.......21..... 1.......6......................Ajax, ONT Mike McCullough, C.......... 1984-85....... 12......... 16......... 2...... 5....... 7........ 12-24.........0...... 0.......0......... Brownsburg, QUE Todd McIlrath, F................. 2006-09....... 24........ 104....... 10.... 31..... 41....... 29-66.........4...... 0.......1............... Northville, MI James McIntosh, F/D......... 2008-12....... 17........ 120........ 9..... 11..... 20...... 51-113........3...... 0.......2...Holland Landing, ONT Brian McKee, D.................. 1984-87.........7......... 107....... 40.... 79.... 119.... 121-275......22..... 0.......9...........Willowdale, ONT Don McLaughlin, C............ 1978-81....... 27......... 71......... 4..... 16..... 20........ 7-14..........0...... 0.......1...................Trenton, MI George McPhee, W........... 1978-82.........9......... 153...... 114.. 153... 267.... 114-234......36..... 4......11................Guelph, ONT Glen Mears, D/RW............. 1990-94.........5.......... 11......... 1..... 16..... 17...... 54-116........0...... 0.......0.............. Anchorage, AK Ron Megan, D.................... 1979-81......3/18....... 55......... 9..... 22..... 31....... 26-52.........4...... 0.......0........Alexandria Bay, NY Brian Meharry, C................ 1984-88....... 22........ 138....... 52.... 99.... 151..... 50-109.......21..... 0.......4................ Toronto, ONT Rich Meloche, RW............. 2003-07....... 13......... 96........ 20.... 16..... 36...... 52-115........9...... 0.......0................Oakville, ONT Pierre-Luc Mercier, F.........2013-SA........ 2.......... 0......... 0......0...... 0..........0-0.......... 0...... 0...... 0........Montreal, Quebec Barry Mills, D..................... 1979-83.......5/6....... 142....... 13.... 50..... 63..... 112-230.......4...... 1.......3...............Marysville, MI Ryan Minnabarriet, W....... 2001-05....... 18........ 143....... 24.... 44..... 68....... 27-54........11..... 0.......4..................Ashcroft, BC Dajon Minjo.....................2012-SA....... 25........ 41........ 8.....14.... 22....... 12-24........ 1...... 0...... 2...................Canton, MI Craig Mittleholt, C/RW...... 1992-93....... 21......... 28......... 3...... 2....... 5........ 11-30.........0...... 0.......0............. Manotick, ONT Brett Mohler, F.................2010-SA....... 24........ 90....... 13....22.... 33....... 27-73........ 3...... 1...... 1............Yorba Linda, CA Mike Montrose, F.............. 2010-11.........4.......... 11......... 0...... 2....... 2.......... 2-7...........0...... 0.......0.................... Howell, MI Brian Moore, D.................. 2006-10.........3.......... 52......... 0...... 1....... 1........ 16-43.........0...... 0.......0.....................Carmel, IN Grady Moore, D................. 1998-02.......3/4....... 150....... 22.... 50..... 72...... 75-169.......12..... 0.......2.................Castlegar, BC Don Morrison, D................ 2002-05.........3......... 143....... 11.... 43..... 52...... 63-126........4...... 0.......1..................Bentley, ALB Ken Morrow, D................... 1975-79.........3......... 154....... 34.... 91.... 125..... 53-106........2...... 3.......5........................ Flint, MI Kelsey Muench, F.............. 2001-02....... 25.......... 2.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0................. Luseland, SK Rick Mullins, RW................ 1989-93....... 23......... 94......... 9..... 14..... 23....... 16-40.........1...... 0.......0....................... Utica, MI Dennis Murphy, LW........... 1969-71....... 14......... 31......... 8...... 5...... 13....... 13-26.........1...... 0.......2....... St. Clair Shores, MI Ben Murphy, F..................2012-SA....... 17........ 40........ 6......7..... 13........ 7-14......... 5...... 0...... 0............ Duxbury, MASS Ryan Murphy, LW/C........... 1997-01....... 27........ 144....... 45.... 57.... 102..... 60-150.......19..... 1.......5..................Aurora, ONT Steve Murphy, W............... 1974-78....... 15........ 138....... 58.... 60.... 118..... 61-128.......10..... 0.......3.............. Montreal, Qué -NRich Nagai, LW................... 1972-76.....12/26..... 138....... 68.... 88.... 156...... 29-69........11..... 5......12............... Toronto, ONT Mike Natyshak, RW........... 1983-87......6/27...... 142....... 12.... 24..... 36..... 111-242.......1...... 0.......0............Belle River, ONT Llew Ncwana, W/D............ 1988-92....... 20........ 126....... 13.... 27..... 40...... 47-102........1...... 0.......0........... Gloucester, ONT Mike Nesdill, D.................. 2004-08....... 26........ 115........ 7..... 37..... 44...... 67-145........4...... 0.......0...................Phoenix, AZ Brad Newman, LW/C......... 1996-00....... 28......... 40......... 2...... 2....... 4......... 7-14..........0...... 0.......0.................... Chicago, IL Bill Newton, C.................... 1978-81....... 15......... 83........ 12.... 32..... 44........ 5-10..........2...... 0.......2.............. Uxbridge, ONT Bruce Newton, W.............. 1975-79.........7......... 145....... 45.... 61.... 106..... 50-114........9...... 0.......5.............. Uxbridge, ONT Tom Newton, C/W............. 1975-80....... 16........ 139....... 58.... 82.... 140...... 23-49.........6...... 0.......8.............. Uxbridge, ONT Stewart Nowosad, D/LW... 1997-99.......6/8........ 47......... 4...... 3....... 7........ 33-90.........1...... 0.......1................. LaSalle, ONT

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Player, Pos..........................Years.......... #.........GP........ G......A.....Pts....Pen-Min..... PP.... SH... GW.................Hometown -O Dave O’Brian, D/W............ 1980-84....... 12........ 156....... 38.... 63.... 101..... 97-194........0...... 2.......3............. Kitchener, ONT Tom Olsen, W.................... 1976-78....... 21......... 54......... 7..... 11..... 18....... 16-32.........0...... 0.......0........Prince Albert, ONT Doug Olson, W.................. 1979-80....... 21......... 31......... 2...... 6....... 8.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......1.............Schaumburg, IL -PKyle Page, D....................... 2006-10.........4......... 146........ 7..... 29..... 36...... 58-127........4...... 0.......1.................... Wixom, MI Nathan Pageau, F.............. 2009-11....... 13......... 49......... 5...... 7...... 12........ 7-22..........0...... 0.......1.............. Gatineau, Que Scott Paluch, D................... 1984-88.........4......... 165....... 48... 121... 169.... 142-284......14..... 0.......4.................... Chicago, IL Nick Pappas, W.................. 1980-81....... 19.......... 1.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0...............Merrillville, IN Colen Pappas, F................. 2001-02.........8.......... 34......... 4...... 7...... 11....... 26-79.........1...... 0.......1................... Balzac, ALB Jim Park, D......................... 1972-73....... 24......... 12......... 0...... 3....... 3.......... 4-8...........0...... 0.......0........ Scarborough, ONT Greg Parks, C..................... 1985-89....... 15........ 178...... 101.. 139... 240.... 119-279......38..... 0......11............Edmonton, ALB Chris Pedota, D.................. 2002-04.........4.......... 52......... 1..... 12..... 13....... 17-34.........0...... 0.......0................Westbury, NY Yves Pelland, C................... 1976-80....... 26........ 143....... 46.... 57.... 103..... 56-123........3...... 3.......6................. LaSalle, QUE Ryan Peltoma, D................ 2009-13.........2......... 106........ 5...... 8...... 13...... 44-110........0...... 0.......1................Brainerd, MN James Perkin, F.................. 2006-10.........7......... 137....... 20.... 37..... 57...... 92-206........9...... 0.......3.................. Calgary, ALB Kelly Perrault, D................. 1993-97....... 20........ 147....... 45... 103... 148.... 119-288......19..... 1.......7.Fort Saskatchewan, ALB Marcus Perrier, D..............2011-SA....... 15........ 82........ 3.....12.... 15....... 39-78........ 0...... 0...... 0........ Thunder Bay, ONT Dean Petiot, D................... 2008-09.........6........... 5.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0............... Daysland, ALB Tomas Petruska, F.............. 2006-10....... 18........ 145....... 24.... 32..... 56...... 65-157........5...... 0.......2............ Presov, Slovakia Brandon Piersol, F............. 2002-04....... 28......... 23......... 0...... 0....... 0........ 10-20.........0...... 0.......0....... Bowling Green, OH Mike Pikul, D...................... 1980-84.........5......... 156....... 23... 107... 130..... 73-146........8...... 0.......5................ Rexdale, ONT Brett Pilkington, F.............. 2002-05....... 20........ 131....... 28.... 63..... 91...... 63-142.......11..... 0.......2.................. Calgary, ALB Clarke Pineo, LW................ 1985-87....... 21........ 59....... 19.... 19..... 38........ 9-18..........0...... 2.......2...........Willowdale, ONT Otis Plageman, D............... 1988-92.........7......... 149....... 20.... 48..... 68...... 64-145........9...... 0.......1.............. St. Albert, ALB A.J. Plaskey, D.................... 1989-94......8/26........ 7.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0................. Oak Park, MI Ted Pletsch, F....................2011-SA....... 21........ 56........ 5......4...... 9........ 10-20........ 0...... 0...... 0...................Canton, MI Matt Pohlkamp, F.............2013-SA....... 20......... 0......... 0......0...... 0..........0-0.......... 0...... 0...... 0.................. Baxter, MN Bryan Potacco, F................ 2008-10....... 16......... 29......... 1...... 3....... 4.......... 3-6...........0...... 0.......0................Kinnelon, N.J. Marc Potvin, RW................ 1986-90.....14/24..... 174....... 62.... 65.... 127.... 127-289......23..... 1......10............ Kitchener, ONT Tom Pratt, D....................... 1985-87.........2.......... 79......... 2..... 11..... 13...... 56-120........1...... 0.......0............. Lake Placid, NY Eric Preston, RW................ 1969-70....... 21.......... 7.......... 2...... 4....... 6.......... 1-2...........2...... 0.......1.............. Montreal, Qué Dan Price, W...................... 1995-99....... 23........ 136....... 60.... 81.... 141.... 100-238......20..... 1.......7.................. Sarnia, ONT Sean Pronger, C/W............ 1990-94....... 11........ 151....... 52.... 54.... 106..... 65-131.......16..... 6.......5.................Dryden, ONT Brett Punchard, C/LW........ 1993-97.....21/27..... 130....... 46.... 89.... 135..... 91-209.......15..... 2.......6........ Scarborough, ONT - Q / RJoe Quinn, RW................... 1986-90.....11/20..... 167....... 50.... 64.... 114..... 64-129........9...... 1.......6.................. Calgary, ALB Jon Ralph, D....................... 2005-06....... 15......... 20......... 0...... 1....... 1......... 5-10..........0...... 0.......0............ Chesterfield, NJ Dave Randerson, W........... 1981-85....... 27........ 150....... 40.... 52..... 92....... 26-68.........5...... 0.......8.............. Stratford, ONT Peter Ratchuk, D................ 1996-97....... 24......... 35......... 9..... 12..... 21........ 7-14..........3...... 0.......1....................Buffalo, NY Keith Redmond, LW........... 1990-91....... 24......... 43......... 1...... 3....... 4........ 31-86.........0...... 0.......0................ Nepean, ONT Brent Regan, C................... 1984-88....... 18........ 159....... 50.... 59.... 109...... 48-96........11..... 3.......4.............Edmonton, ALB Todd Reirden, D/C............. 1990-94.........8......... 140....... 24.... 52..... 76...... 76-160........9...... 0.......4.................. Deerfield, IL Marc Rodriguez, F.............. 2009-13....... 10........ 126....... 15.... 11..... 26....... 42-92.........1...... 1.......4......................Aurora, IL Alex Rogosheske, C............ 2002-04....... 25........ 105........ 8..... 14..... 22...... 54-119........2...... 1.......1...........Mahtomedi, MN George Roll, W................... 1981-85....... 15........ 161....... 62.... 90.... 152...... 42-92........18..... 0.......6............... Blue Island, IL Mike Root, LW................... 1969-71....... 17......... 57........ 20.... 29..... 49....... 25-56.........2...... 0.......1....................Toledo, OH Doug Ross, RW.................. 1973-75....... 10......... 74........ 65.... 64.... 129...... 22-44........22..... 1.......4................Dearborn, MI Matt Ruchty, LW................ 1987-91....... 27........ 164....... 58.... 75.... 133.... 197-474......20..... 0.......8............. Kitchener, ONT Ian Ruel, D......................... 2009-11.........8.......... 75......... 4...... 6...... 10...... 53-106........1...... 0.......0............... Ann Arbor, MI Reed Rushing, D................ 2009-11....... 25......... 41......... 0...... 4....... 4.......... 4-8...........0...... 0.......0................... Seattle, WA Thad Rusiecki, D................ 1985-89.........6......... 146....... 13.... 22..... 35...... 79-175........0...... 1.......1.........Longmeadow, MA

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Player, Pos..........................Years.......... #.........GP........ G......A.....Pts....Pen-Min..... PP.... SH... GW.................Hometown -SJohn Samanski, C............... 1980-84....... 22........ 134....... 74.... 91.... 165..... 60-131.......25..... 2......12...............Oshawa, ONT Jordan Samuels-Thomas, F.2009-11....... 21......... 71........ 20.... 26..... 46....... 38-76.........6...... 0.......2.................. Windsor, CT Wayne Sander, D/LW......... 1974-75....... 19......... 26......... 2..... 10..... 12....... 18-36.........0...... 0.......1......... Bracebridge, ONT Chris Sanna, W.................. 1980-83... 4/14/24.... 40......... 1...... 5....... 6........ 13-26.........0...... 0.......0................. Madison, WI Ted Sator, RW.................... 1969-72....... 12......... 32......... 5...... 6...... 11....... 22-47.........0...... 0.......1..................Hartford, NY Robert Shea, D.................2009-13....... 28....... 139....... 9.....27.... 36...... 84-239....... 0...... 2...... 1........ Harrison Twp., MI Bob Schlitts, D.................... 1970-74.....24/26...... 37......... 1...... 3....... 4........ 10-23.........0...... 0.......0..............Port Huron, MI Kevin Schmidt, D................ 2005-09....... 10........ 147....... 12.... 40..... 52...... 64-171........4...... 2.......2.............Markham, ONT Bob Schmidt, LW............... 1969-71.....12/18...... 36......... 4...... 3....... 7.......... 4-8...........0...... 0.......1....................Detroit, MI Randy Schuchard, RW....... 1974-76....... 20......... 30......... 1...... 5....... 6.......... 2-7...........0...... 0.......0....................Essex, ONT Doug Schueller, D.............. 1997-01.........4......... 138...... 16.... 30..... 46..... 100-251.......2...... 0.......3....Inver Grove Hts., MN Kevin Seguin, C/W/D......... 1993-96.....18/23....... 9.......... 0...... 1....... 1.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0.............St. Mary’s, ONT Steve Sertich, C.................. 1971-72....... 15......... 31......... 4..... 10..... 14....... 12-27.........0...... 0.......2...................Duluth, MN Dan Sexton, F..................... 2007-09.........8.......... 76........ 24.... 36..... 60....... 23-62.........7...... 5.......3.......... Apple Valley, MN Braden Shavchook, C......... 1987-91.....20/22..... 155....... 27.... 20..... 47....... 40-80.........2...... 0.......1..............Vegreville, ALB Tom Sheehan, D................. 1970-72....... 21......... 45......... 3...... 6....... 9........ 13-29.........0...... 0.......1.........................Troy, NY Tom Shirkey, C................... 1984-85....... 14.......... 3.......... 0...... 1....... 1.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0....... Bowling Green, OH Glen Shirton, D.................. 1969-72.........2......... 84....... 14.... 50..... 64....... 24-48.........9...... 0.......3.............Wainfleet, ONT Byron Shutt, W.................. 1974-78....... 24........ 136....... 49.... 87.... 136.... 163-368......12..... 4.......3................ Toronto, ONT Mike Sicuro, D.................... 1974-79......8/21........ 8.......... 0...... 2....... 2.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0....................... Kent, OH Jonathan Sigalet, D............ 2003-04....... 56......... 72......... 6..... 25..... 31....... 27-62.........3...... 1.......1..................... Surrey, BC Peter Sikorski, D................. 1977-81.........4......... 123........ 6..... 34..... 40...... 58-119........1...... 0.......2................ Toronto, ONT Cameron Sinclair, F............ 2008-12....... 20......... 94........ 12.... 14..... 26....... 15-30.........2...... 0.......1............... Windsor, ONT Russ, Sinkewich, D............. 2005-09......6/44....... 96......... 0...... 6....... 6....... 56-131........0...... 0.......0................Westlake, OH Jon Sitko, D........................ 2002-05....... 24........ 129........ 2..... 15..... 17..... 104-238.......0...... 0.......1............. Kitchener, ONT Darcy Slater, RW................ 1969-70....... 24.......... 8.......... 0...... 1....... 1.......... 1-2...........0...... 0.......0............... Renfrew, ONT Jake Sloat, D.....................2010-SA........ 7......... 75........ 2.....15.... 17....... 22-44........ 1...... 0...... 0................Louisville, CO Duffy Smith, D................... 1973-76.........2.......... 71......... 6...... 9...... 15...... 69-149........0...... 1.......0......... Mississauga, ONT David Snow, C.................... 1969-70....... 10......... 15......... 4...... 1....... 5.......... 2-4...........1...... 0.......1........... Shrewsbury, MA Tom Snyder, D.................... 1969-71.......5/6........ 55......... 2...... 8...... 10....... 26-55.........0...... 0.......0..............Port Huron, MI Jim Solly, C......................... 1988-92....... 18........ 149....... 24.... 33..... 57....... 42-87.........1...... 4.......3...... St. Catharines, ONT David Solway, F.................. 2007-11.........5......... 146....... 31.... 42..... 73...... 79-174........8...... 1.......5...............Green Bay, WI Joe Statkus, D.................... 1998-02.....25/27...... 77......... 0...... 4....... 4........ 32-64.........0...... 0.......0................. Oak Lawn, IL John Stewart, C.................. 1972-74....... 17......... 74........ 47.... 73.... 120...... 38-76.........7...... 6.......4............. Don Mills, ONT Ron Stone, RW................... 1970-72....... 19......... 42......... 3...... 7...... 10........ 9-18..........0...... 0.......0.............. Chatham, ONT Mike Sullivan, D................2011-SA........ 4......... 83........ 2.....18.... 20....... 16-32........ 2...... 0...... 0............... Toronto, ONT Chad Sumsion, F...............2010-SA....... 16........ 94........ 6.....10.... 16....... 11-22........ 4...... 0...... 0.......... Woodstock, ONT Brandon Svendsen, F......... 2005-SA....... 23........ 110....... 20.... 26..... 46....... 37-74.........3...... 2.......2................Roseville, MN -TBrent Tate.........................2012-SA....... 23........ 24........ 4......9..... 13....... 15-52........ 1...... 0...... 0...................Canton, MI Tom Thomas, D.................. 1974-78....... 22........ 145....... 12.... 80..... 92....... 35-70.........2...... 0.......2....... St. Clair Shores, MI Rick Thompson, D.............. 1969-70.........6.......... 25......... 2...... 6....... 8........ 19-52.........1...... 0.......0................ Toronto, ONT Patrick Tiesling, F............... 2007-09....... 25......... 64......... 0...... 9....... 9........ 12-35.........0...... 0.......0............Rhinelander, WI Paul Titanic, W................... 1975-79....... 18........ 153....... 56.... 84.... 140..... 73-149.......12..... 2.......9................ Toronto, ONT

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Player, Pos..........................Years.......... #.........GP........ G......A.....Pts....Pen-Min..... PP.... SH... GW.................Hometown - U / VJames Unger, RW............... 2003-06.........8......... 129....... 40.... 38..... 78...... 78-189.......16..... 0.......3.....Garfield Heights, OH Rob Urban, W.................... 1983-87....... 10........ 118....... 25.... 36..... 61...... 85-186.......12..... 0.......5.......... Minnetonka, MN Curtis Valentine, LW.......... 1997-01....... 12........ 153....... 25.... 30..... 55...... 45-106.......11..... 1.......3............ Gansevoort, NY Brennan Vargas, F.............. 2008-11....... 22......... 38......... 4...... 5....... 9......... 5-10..........0...... 0.......0..........Coon Rapids, MN Ryan Viselli.......................2010-SA....... 18........ 83........ 6......9..... 15....... 23-46........ 3...... 0...... 1...............Windsor, ONT Perry Vlajkov, LW............... 1974-75....... 18......... 19......... 1...... 2....... 3......... 6-12..........0...... 0.......0....... Stoney Creek, ONT Mark Voakes, C.................. 2003-04....... 10......... 14......... 0...... 0....... 0......... 9-29..........0...... 0.......0...........St. Thomas, ONT - W/Y Sean Walker, D.................2013-SA....... 28......... 0......... 0......0...... 0..........0-0.......... 0...... 0...... 0..........Keswick, Ontario Andrew Wallace, F............2010-SA....... 27....... 119....... 6.....12.... 18....... 23-57........ 0...... 0...... 0..................Bedford, NS Jamie Wansbrough, RW.... 1982-86....... 19........ 164...... 127.. 110... 237...... 44-96........36..... 0......16............... Toronto, ONT Bob Watson, RW............... 1970-73....... 10......... 92........ 31.... 47..... 78....... 39-84.........4...... 0.......6.... Madison Heights, MI Cliff Wegener, D................. 1980-81.........3.......... 12......... 0...... 1....... 1.......... 2-4...........0...... 0.......0.............. Greenwich, CT Matt Weir, C....................... 1988-89....... 12.......... 2.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0........... Gloucester, ONT Paul Weismann, D............. 2000-02.....28/17....... 8.......... 0...... 0....... 0......... 6-20..........0...... 0.......0.Brannenburg, Germany Steve Welliver, LW............. 1971-72....... 16......... 16......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0........ Grand Rapids, MN Jeff Wells, D....................... 1990-94.........4......... 146....... 27.... 78.... 105...... 47-94........10..... 2.......2........... Gloucester, ONT Mark Wells, C.................... 1975-79....... 10........ 154....... 77... 154... 231...... 45-93........18..... 3......11...... St. Clair Shores, MI Ryan Wetterberg, C/RW.... 1998-02....... 14........ 154....... 12.... 21..... 33....... 30-68.........0...... 2.......1..................St. Paul, MN Denis White, F................... 2001-02....... 28......... 30......... 3...... 4....... 7........ 12-32.........0...... 0.......0.............. St. John’s, NFD Marc White, D................... 1987-88.........7........... 2.......... 0...... 0....... 0.......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0................ Toronto, ONT Derek Whitmore, W.......... 2004-08....... 21........ 143....... 70.... 33.... 103...... 31-84........33..... 2......10.............. Rochester, NY Brian Williams, LW............. 1970-72....... 20......... 36........ 17.... 21..... 38........ 9-18..........5...... 0.......0................ Toronto, ONT Dennis Williams, RW......... 1997-01....... 16........ 117....... 12..... 8...... 20...... 80-198........0...... 1.......2.............. Stratford, ONT Geoff Williams, RW........... 1984-88....... 17........ 133....... 19.... 26..... 45...... 62-132........1...... 1.......1.................Naperville, IL Greg Williams, LW............. 1969-70....... 20......... 20......... 3...... 3....... 6.......... 1-2...........1...... 1.......1......................... Erie, PA Jamie Williams, W............. 1992-96....... 15........ 107....... 11.... 17..... 28....... 33-82.........1...... 2.......1.................. Calgary, ALB Bryce Williamson, F..........2010-SA....... 12....... 116...... 26....13.... 42....... 29-69........ 7...... 0...... 4.......... Seba Beach, ALB Peter Wilson, W................. 1980-84....... 21........ 158....... 68.... 69.... 137.... 121-261......22..... 0.......6................Oshawa, ONT Wayne Wilson, D............... 1980-84.........2......... 165....... 14.... 87.... 101.... 106-215.......3...... 1.......0.................Guelph, ONT Mark Wires, C.................... 2000-04....... 15........ 150....... 33.... 30..... 63...... 67-169.......13..... 3.......5........... North York, ONT Ron Wise, LW..................... 1970-74.........8......... 109....... 32.... 34..... 66....... 45-96.........2...... 2.......1...........St. Thomas, ONT Camden Wojtala, F...........2010-SA....... 14....... 120...... 23....32.... 55....... 15-41........ 8...... 0...... 3..................Trenton, MI Bruce Woodhouse, RW..... 1972-76.....11/20..... 7/4....... 20.... 22..... 42........ 6-12..........3...... 0.......1........ Scarborough, ONT Marc Wozniewski, F........... 1997-98....... 26.......... 3.......... 0...... 0....... 0......... 0-0...........0...... 0.......0........... Buffalo Grove, IL Paul Ysebaert, C................. 1984-87....... 11........ 129....... 73... 135... 208..... 74-148.......36..... 2......11..............Corunna, ONT

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Player, Pos.................. Years......... #........ GP......W-L-T... Minutes... GA....GAA.....SVS.... SvPct.. SHO................Hometown

Christian Albitz.................... 1988-91........29/35..........3...........0-0-0............3:46...........0.........0.00.......... 0.......... ----.........0........................Pittsburgh, PA Rich Badone......................... 1969-71.........1/30..........21..........6-8-0..........947:33........65........4.12........454....... .875........0............ West Springfield, MA Doug Bivins.......................... 1978-79.......... 30.............6...........1-1-0..........166:07........13........4.70.........68........ .840........1...........................Beckley, WV Don Boyd............................. 1971-74........... 1.............34........13-15-0.......1698:21......145.......5.12........829....... .851........2..........................Dryden, ONT John Burke........................... 1987-91........... 1.............40........12-14-1.......1798:32......126.......4.20........676....... .843........1..........................Newton, MA Tommy Burke.....................2012-SA..........33........... 16......... 5-6-2......... 841:55....... 36....... 2.57........ 287........889....... 0..........................Chaska, MN Dave Charbonneau.............. 1985-86........... 1..............1...........0-0-0...........25:06..........1.........2.39.........11........ .917........0.......................Chatham, ONT Wally Charko....................... 1977-81........... 1............112.......61-41-6.......6323:29......380.......3.61.......2919...... .885........2........................Islington, ONT Will Clarke........................... 1991-95.......... 29............66........26-29-3.......3638:21......230.......3.79.......1504...... .867........0...........................Wilmette, IL Wayne Collins...................... 1981-85........... 1.............49........29-16-2.......2827:30......209.......4.44.......1221...... .854........1......................Burlington, MA Paul Connell......................... 1986-90.........1/29.........106.......60-33-6.......6028:35......397.......3.95.......2442...... .860........1...........................Cranston, RI Noel Crawford..................... 1993-95.......... 30.............5...........0-0-0...........20:51..........3.........8.63.......... 6......... .667........0................Bowling Green, OH Nathan Cressman................ 1991-92........... 1..............5...........1-4-0..........269:02........32........7.14........136....... .810........0....................Cambridge, ONT Mike David........................... 1979-83.......... 30............89........48-25-4.......4760:40......301.......3.79.......2163...... .878........3.................Scarborough, ONT Aaron Ellis............................ 1992-93.......... 30............25........14-10-1.......1478:52.......94........3.81........652....... .874........1.................. New Palestine, IN Nick Eno............................... 2007-11.......... 31............75........21-38-5.......3904:30......208.......3.20.......1688........885.......0.............................Howell, MI Bob Frazee........................... 2002-06.......... 30.............4...........1-2-0..........135:42........10........4.42.........69........ .855........0............ Colorado Springs, CO Paul Galaski......................... 1969-72........... 1.............50........25-14-8.......2794:35......163.......3.50.......1222...... .882........2................... Willowdale, ONT Phil Greer............................. 2006-10.......... 30.............3...........0-0-0............8:53...........2........13.51.........1......... .333........0..........................Franklin, MA Andrew Hammond.............. 2009-13........... 1............119......30-68-13......6603:40......314.......2.85.......3030........902.......7.............................. Surrey, BC John Horrell......................... 2004-06.......... 34............30.........9-16-2........1634:52.......96........3.52........699....... .893........2.............Beckenham, England Randy Johnson.................... 1983-84.......... 30.............2...........0-0-0...........15:12..........2.........7.89.......... 8......... .800........0....................... Des Plaines, IL Gary Kruzich........................ 1983-87........30/35........132.......88-35-4.......7783:14......445.......3.43.......3580...... .889........3.......................... Oak Lawn, IL Dan Kwilas........................... 1985-87.......... 29............11..........6-5-0..........652:50........46........4.23........293....... .864........1..............Arlington Heights, IL Tom Lawson......................... 1999-00.......... 29.............3...........0-3-0..........172:46........14........4.86.........90........ .865........0..........................Whitby, ONT Angelo Libertucci................. 1989-93.......... 35............81........31-35-6.......4352:51......328.......4.52.......1869...... .851........1.........................Toronto, ONT Mike Liut.............................. 1973-77.........1/30..........89........53-27-1.......4962:56......277.......3.35.......2204...... .888........4................. Woodbridge, ONT Tyler Masters....................... 1999-03........... 1............114.......38-63-9.......6545:29......339.......3.11.......3286...... .906........7...........................Calgary, ALB Mark Mazur......................... 1979-81.......... 29.............4...........0-0-0...........52:09..........4.........4.60.........28........ .875........0................Bowling Green, OH Terry Miskolczi..................... 1969-73.......... 30............53........26-19-0.......2734:46......188.......4.12.......1329...... .876........4........................Fort Erie, ONT Eddie Neville........................... 2006............. 31............10..........1-7-1..........545:40........38........4.18........233....... .860........0............................ Greene, NY Bob Petrie............................ 1993-97........... 1.............90........48-31-7.......4995:03......289.......3.47.......1958...... .871........3............................ Canton, MI Jason Piwko......................... 1995-99.......... 30............10..........0-3-0..........219:47........16........4.37.........92........ .852........0............................. Chicago, IL Eddie Powers....................... 1983-85.......... 29.............8...........4-1-0..........305:22........18........3.54........125....... .874........0................Bowling Green, OH Thomas Sholl......................2013-SA..........31............ 0.......... 0-0-0..............0............ 0...........0............0........... 0......... 0.......... Hermosa Beach, Calif. Al Sarachman....................... 1973-77........... 1.............65........37-19-3.......3499:13......191.......3.28.......1579...... .892........4........................... Sarnia, ONT Mike Savard......................... 1995-99.......... 29............89........40-39-4.......5018:12......285.......3.41.......2087...... .880........2........................Red Deer, ALB Jordan Sigalet...................... 2001-04........29/57........102......34-47-16......5924:09......294.......2.98.......3147...... .907........6.............................. Surrey, BC George Smith....................... 1981-82.......... 29.............3...........0-1-0..........100:00.........5.........3.00.........41........ .891........0..........................Massena, NY Jimmy Spratt........................ 2005-09........37/29........100.......27-62-5.......5657:33......325.......3.45.......2441...... .883........3.....................Chesterfield, MI Brian Stankiewicz................ 1977-79.......... 30............35.........27-6-0........1978:16.......82........2.49........819....... .909........2.......................Thornlea, ONT Shawn Timm........................ 1997-01.......... 35............46........11-23-5.......2387:14......148.......3.72.......1078...... .879........1.........................Lancaster, NY Scott Zacharias...................2011-SA..........30............ 3.......... 0-1-0.......... 70:11......... 3........ 2.56......... 12.........800....... 0.................. WInnepeg, MAN

Goaltender Mike Liut played for the Falcons from 19731977. During that time, he compiled a record of 53-27-1.

In 2004-05 Jordan Sigalet helped lead the Falcons to their first home playoff series in the CCHA in 10 years.

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George McPhee 1982 Hobey Baker Award Winner Bowling Green State University’s Brian Holzinger became the 15th recipient of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given annually to collegiate hockey’s most outstanding player, when he was so honored in March 1995 at the NCAA Championships in Providence, Rhode Island. Holzinger is one of two Falcon icers to receive the Hobey. In 1982, George McPhee became the Central Collegiate Hockey Association’s first winner of the prestigious award initiated a year earlier by the Decathlon Athletic Club of Bloomington, Minnesota. Holzinger, a native of Parma, Ohio, paced BG in scoring in 1994-95 with 69 points -- a career best -- over 38 games. His team-leading 35 goals, also a personal high and the sixth-best single-season total recorded in Falcon history, ranked second nationally. His point total stood third best in the country. For his career, Holzinger finished with 102 goals which stands tied for seventh all-time at BG. He is one of only nine players in school history to have reached the century mark in career goals. Holzinger’s 185 career points rank as the 15th-best total registered in the Falcon annals. Holzinger, a 1995 first-team Academic AllAmerican, joined the Buffalo Sabres shortly after concluding his BG career eventually going on to play for the Columbus Blue Jackets and Tampa Bay Lightning. McPhee posted 28 goals and 52 assists for 80 points (third nationally) en route to college hockey’s top honor. The Guelph, Ontario, native led the Falcons to the 1981-82 CCHA title and an NCAA Tournament appearance as a senior. McPhee finished his four-year BG career as the all-time leading scorer both in school and league history with 267 points, including 114 goals. His goal and point totals currently rank second and third, respectively, at BG. McPhee’s 88 points recorded as a freshman still stand as a Falcon single-season rookie mark. After his successful career at BG, McPhee played seven seasons (1982-89) in the NHL with the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils, accumulating 25 goals and 24 assists over 115 regular-season games. McPhee currently serves as the general manager of the Washington Capitals after serving five seasons as Director of Hockey Operations for the Vancouver Canucks. As seniors, McPhee and Holzinger were both named Titan West All-Americans, earned CCHA “Player of the Year” honors, and landed spots on the CCHA All-Academic team for the third straight season.

Brian Holzinger 1995 Hobey Baker Award Winner

Hobey Baker Memorial Award Winners Player, Position (School) Year Drew LeBlanc, F (St. Cloud)..................................................... 2013 Jack Connolly (Minnesota Duluth).......................................... 2012 Andy Miele, F (Miami)............................................................. 2011 Blake Geoffrion, F (Wisconsin)................................................ 2010 Matt Gilroy, D (Boston University)........................................... 2009 Kevin Porter, F (Michigan)....................................................... 2008 Ryan Duncan, F (North Dakota)............................................... 2007 Matt Carle, D (Denver)............................................................ 2006 Marty Sertich, F (Colorado College)........................................ 2005 Junior Lessard, F (Minnesota-Duluth)..................................... 2004 Peter Sejna, F (Colorado College)............................................ 2003 Jordan Leopold, D (Minnesota)............................................... 2002 Ryan Miller, G (Michigan State)............................................... 2001 Mike Mottau, D (Boston College)............................................ 2000 Jason Krog, F (New Hampshire)............................................... 1999 Chris Drury, F (Boston University)........................................... 1998 Brendan Morrison, F (Michigan)............................................. 1997 Brian Bonin, F (Minnesota)..................................................... 1996

Brian Holzinger, F (Bowling Green)............................1995 Chris Marinucci, F (Minnesota-Duluth)................................... 1994 Paul Kariya, F (Maine) . ........................................................... 1993 Scott Pellerin, F (Maine) ......................................................... 1992 David Emma, F (Boston College)............................................. 1991 Kip Miller, F (Michigan State) ................................................. 1990 Lane MacDonald, F (Harvard)................................................. 1989 Robb Stauber, G (Minnesota).................................................. 1988 Tony Hrkac, F (North Dakota).................................................. 1987 Scott Fusco, F (Harvard).......................................................... 1986 Bill Watson, F (Minnesota-Duluth).......................................... 1985 Tom Kurvers, D (Minnesota-Duluth)....................................... 1984 Mark Fusco, D (Harvard)......................................................... 1983

George McPhee, F (Bowling Green)..........................1982 Neal Broten, F (Minnesota)..................................................... 1981 BGSU’s Other Hobey Baker Finalists Rob Blake, D - 1990 Nelson Emerson, F - 1988, 1989, 1990 Brian Hills, F - 1982, 1983 Jordan Sigalet, G - 2005 Emerson is one of only two (and the nation’s first) three-time finalists

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All-Americans

Rob Blake

On The Ice

Nelson Emerson

Garry Galley

Dan Kane

Titan West All-America First Team 1977-78 Ken Morrow, D 1981-82 Brian Hills, F Brian MacLellan, D George McPhee, F 1982-83 Brian Hills, F 1983-84 Garry Galley, D Dan Kane, F 1985-86 Gary Kruzich, G 1986-87 Gary Kruzich, G 1987-88 Scott Paluch, D 1988-89 Greg Parks, F 1989-90 Rob Blake, D Nelson Emerson, F 1994-95 Brian Holzinger, F Kelly Perrault, D Titan West All-America Second Team 1985-86 Jamie Wansbrough, F 1987-88 Nelson Emerson, F 1993-94 Jeff Wells, D

Gary Kruzich

Brian MacLellan

George McPhee

Ken Morrow

Scott Paluch

Greg Parks

Brian Hills

Brian Holzinger

Kelly Perrault

Jamie Wansbrough

Tim Hack

Alan Leggett

Jeff Wells

Mike Johnson

Angelo Libertucci

Off The Ice

GTE Academic All-America At-Large First Team 1983-84 Tim Hack, F 1987-88 Alan Leggett, D 1988-89 Alan Leggett, D 1994-95 Brian Holzinger, F GTE Academic All-America At-Large Second Team 1982-83 Brian Hills, F 1991-92 Angelo Libertucci, G GTE Academic All-America At-Large Third Team 1982-83 Tim Hack, F 1996-97 Mike Johnson, F Verizon Academic At-Large Third Team 2003-04 D’Arcy McConvey, F College Hockey Statistics Bureau Division I West All-Academic Team 1983-84 Tim Hack, F

D’Arcy McConvey

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Olympians

Dan Bylsma United States - 2014 Head Coach - USA Hockey

Ken Morrow United States - 1980 Gold Medal

Rob Blake Canada - 2006 Canada - 2002 - Gold Medal Canada - 1998 -Best Defenseman

Mark Wells United States - 1980 Gold Medal

Over the years, ten Bowling Green hockey players have represented their respective countries in the Olympic Games, including Ken Morrow and Mark Wells, who struck gold as part of the United States’ 1980 “Miracle on Ice” squad at Lake Placid, New York. Dan Bylsma is the latest to join the list of Olympians as he was selected be head coach the 2014 USA Hockey Team in the Sochi winter games located in Sochi, Russia.

Kevin Dahl Canada - 1992 Silver Medal

Bob Dobek United States 1976

Pierrick Maia France 1994

Rob Blake joined BGSU’s select list of Olympians, skating for Canada’s gold medal winning team in February, 2002. He also was a member of Team Canada in 1998, earning Best Defenseman in that year’s games. Greg Parks was a member of Team Canada claiming the silver medal in 1994. Kevin Dahl was a member of the 1992 Canadian team also winning the silver medal. Three former Falcons participated in the 1994 Olympics. In addition to Parks, Pierrick Maia skated for France, while goaltender Brian Stankiewicz made his second Olympic appearance with Austria (previously played in the 1988 games).

Greg Parks Canada - 1994 Siver Medal

Doug Ross United States 1976

Brian Stankiewicz Austria 1988, 1994

Bob Dobek and Doug Ross were the first two BG icers to participate in the Olympic Games. They assisted the United States squad to a fifth place finish in 1976.

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Awards And Honors

Roger Archer

Bob Dobek

CCHA Coach of the Year 1975-76 Ron Mason 1977-78 Ron Mason 1978-79 Ron Mason 1981-82 Jerry York 1994-95 Buddy Powers CCHA Coach of the Year -- Media/SIDs* 1981-82 Jerry York CCHA Player of the Year 1976-77 Mike Liut, G 1977-78 John Markell, F (co-recipient) 1978-79 Ken Morrow, D 1981-82 George McPhee, F 1982-83 Brian Hills, F 1994-95 Brian Holzinger, F CCHA Rookie of the Year 1978-79 George McPhee, F 1984-85 Paul Ysebaert, F 1986-87 Nelson Emerson, F CCHA Best Offensive Defenseman 1989-90 Rob Blake 1994-95 Kelly Perrault 1998-99 Mike Jones CCHA Special Recognition Award 1994-95 Jack Gregory, BGSU Athletic Director 1996-97 Dr. Marvin Kumler (BGSU Faculty Representative) Terry Flanagan Memorial Award 2000-01 Doug Schueller, D All-CCHA (First Team) 1972-73 Roger Archer, D 1973-74 Roger Archer, D; Bob Dobek, F 1974-75 Roger Archer, D; Bob Dobek, F; Mike Liut, G; Doug Ross, F; Al Sarachman, G 1975-76 John Mavity, D; Ken Morrow, D; Al Sarachman, G 1976-77 Mike Liut, G; John Markell, F; John Mavity, D; Mark Wells, F 1977-78 John Markell, F; Ken Morrow, D; Brian Stankiewicz, G 1978-79 Wally Charko, G; John Markell, F; Ken Morrow, D; Mark Wells, F 1981-82 Brian Hills, F; Brian MacLellan, D; George McPhee, F 1982-83 Garry Galley, D; Brian Hills, F 1983-84 Garry Galley, D; Dan Kane, F 1985-86 Gary Kruzich, G; Jamie Wansbrough, F 1986-87 Iain Duncan, F; Gary Kruzich, G 1987-88 Nelson Emerson, F; Scott Paluch, D 1988-89 Greg Parks, F 1989-90 Rob Blake, D; Nelson Emerson, F 1993-94 Jeff Wells, D 1994-95 Brian Holzinger, F; Kelly Perrault, D 1998-99 Adam Edinger, F 2003-04 Jordan Sigalet, G

John Markell

Kelly Perrault

Doug Ross

ll-CCHA (First Team) -- Media/SIDs* 1981-82 Brian Hills, F; Brian MacLellan, D; George McPhee, F All-CCHA (Second Team) 1972-73 Mike Bartley, F; Don Boyd, G; Chuck Gyles, D 1973-74 John Stewart, F 1974-75 Mike Hartman, F 1975-76 Mike Hartman, F; Mike Liut, G 1976-77 Ken Morrow, D 1977-78 Byron Shutt, F 1978-79 George McPhee, F 1979-80 Mike Cotter, D; John Gibb, D 1980-81 Brian Hills, F; George McPhee, F 1982-83 Dan Kane, F 1983-84 Dave Ellett, D; John Samanski, F 1984-85 Jamie Wansbrough, F 1985-86 Brian McKee, D; Paul Ysebaert, F 1986-87 Brian McKee, D; Paul Ysebaert, F 1988-89 Rob Blake, D; Nelson Emerson, F 1991-92 Peter Holmes, F; Martin Jiranek, F 1992-93 Brian Holzinger, F 1995-96 Kelly Perrault, D 1998-99 Mike Jones, D; Dan Price, F 2004-05 Jordan Sigalet, G 2005-06 Alex Foster, F 2007-08 Derek Whitmore, F 2012-13 Bobby Shea, D; Ryan Carpenter, F All-CCHA (Honorable Mention) 1972-73 Bob Dobek, F; John Stewart, F 1973-74 Mike Bartley, F; Kevin MacDonald, D; Doug Ross, F; Al Sarachman, G 1975-76 John Markell, F 1976-77 Al Sarachman, G; Byron Shutt, F 1977-78 Mike Hartman, F; Mark Wells, F 1978-79 John Gibb, D; Brian MacLellan, F; Peter Sikorski, D 1979-80 Brian MacLellan, F; George McPhee, F; Ron Megan, D 1984-85 Iain Duncan, F; Gary Kruzich, G; George Roll, F 1986-87 Don Barber, F 1987-88 Andy Gribble, F 1990-91 Martin Jiranek, F; Ken Klee, D 1994-95 Curtis Fry, F 1996-97 Curtis Fry, F; Mike Johnson, F 2000-01 Greg Day, F 2003-04 Kevin Bieksa, D 2008-09 Dan Sexton, F All-CCHA (Honorable Mention) -- Media/SIDs* 1981-82 Mike David, G; Garry Galley, D; Peter Wilson, F CCHA All-Rookie Team 1989-90 Brett Harkins, F 1992-93 Aaron Ellis, G 1993-94 Curtis Fry, F; Bob Petrie, G 1996-97 Adam Edinger, F 2004-05 Michael Hodgson, D 2007-08 Jacob Cepis, F; Nick Eno, G

Derek Whitmore

Paul Ysebaert

CCHA All-Rookie Team (Honorable Mention) 1988-89 Peter Holmes, F; Otis Plageman, D 1989-90 Angelo Libertucci, G 1991-92 Brandon Carper, D; Brian Holzinger, F 1993-94 Kelly Perrault, D 1994-95 Dale Crombeen, F; Adam Lamarre, D 1995-96 Mike Savard, G 1996-97 Peter Ratchuk, D 1997-98 Shawn Timm, G 1998-99 Greg Day, F; Grady Moore, D 1999-00 Ryan Fultz, F 2003-04 Jonathan Sigalet, D 2004-05 Jonathan Matsumoto, F 2006-07 Kyle Page, D 2009-10 Jordan Samuels-Thomas, F CCHA All-Academic (First Team) 1979-80 George McPhee, F 1980-81 Wally Charko, G; George McPhee, F 1981-82 Tim Hack, F; Brian Hills, F; George McPhee, F 1982-83 Tim Hack, F; Brian Hills, F 1983-84 Tim Hack, F 1985-86 Rob Urban, F 1986-87 Alan Leggett, D; Rob Urban, F 1987-88 Alan Leggett, D 1988-89 Alan Leggett, D 1989-90 Dan Bylsma, F 1990-91 Angelo Libertucci, G 1991-92 Dan Bylsma, F; Angelo Libertucci, G 1992-93 Brian Holzinger, F 1993-94 Brian Holzinger, F 1994-95 Brian Holzinger, F 1995-96 Mike Johnson, F 1996-97 Mike Johnson, F 1998-99 Zach Ham, F; Mike Savard, G 1999-00 Zach Ham, F 2000-01 Curtis Valentine, F 2001-02 D’Arcy McConvey, F 2002-03 D’Arcy McConvey. F 2003-04 D’Arcy McConvey, F 2004-05 Jonathan Sigalet, D 2005-06 Jon Erickson, F 2006-07 Jon Erickson, F 2007-08 Kyle Page, D 2008-09 Kyle Page, D CCHA All-Academic (Honorable Mention) 1979-80 Steve Dawe, D 1980-81 Brian Hills, F 1984-85 Todd Flichel, D; Rob Urban, F 1990-91 Dan Bylsma, F; Ken Klee, D 1992-93 Angelo Libertucci, G; Rick Mullins, F 1994-95 Curtis Fry, F; Mike Johnson, F; Kelly Perrault, D 1995-96 Quinn Fair, D; Curtis Fry, F 1996-97 Curtis Fry, F; Brad Holzinger, F 1997-98 Dave Faulkner, F 1998-99 Mike Jones, D 1999-00 Grady Moore, D 2001-02 Marc Barlow, D; D’Arcy McConvey, F 2002-03 Kevin Bieksa, D 2003-04 Kevin Bieksa, D; Alex Rogosheske, F; Jordan Sigalet, G

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Awards And Honors

Gino Cavallini

Wally Charko

CCHA All-Academic (Special Mention) 1996-97 Keith Ebare, F; Dave Faulkner, F; John Hustler, D; Todd Kelman, D; Kelly Perrault, D; Mike Savard, G 1997-98 B.J. Adams, D; Zach Ham, F; Brad Holzinger, F; Antti Ilvonen, F; Mike Jones, D; Mike Savard, G 1998-99 Doug Schueller, D; Curtis Valentine, F; Dennis Williams, F 1999-00 Marc Barlow, D; Louis Mass, D; Doug Schueller, D; Joe Statkus, D; Curtis Valentine, F; Ryan Wetterberg, F; Dennis Williams, F 2000-01 Marc Barlow, D; Tyler Knight, F; Louis Mass, D; Tyler Masters, G; Grady Moore, D; Doug Schueller, D; Joe Statkus, D; Ryan Wetterberg, F; Dennis Williams, F 2001-02 Kevin Bieksa, D; Brian Escobedo, D; Tyler Masters, G; Grady Moore, D 2002-03 Ben Assenmacher, F; Steve Brudzewski, F; Tyler Masters, G 2003-04 Ryan Barnett, F; Steve Brudzewski, F; Bob Frazee, G; Chris Pedota, D; Jon Sitko, D CCHA Player of the Week 1978-79 Wally Charko, G (Nov. 21-25) Brian MacLellan, F (Dec. 28-30, Feb. 2-3#) Andy Crowther, F (Jan. 5-6) George McPhee, F (Feb. 9-10) John Markell, F (Feb. 20-24) 1979-80 Steve Dawe, F (Week-10) George McPhee, F (Week-18) 1980-81 George McPhee, F (Weeks-1 & 6) Brian Hills, F (Week-17) John Samanski, F (Week-19) 1981-82 Brian Hills, F (Week-9) George McPhee, F (Week-13) Peter Wilson, F (Week-14) Dan Kane, F (Week-22) 1982-83 Brian Hills, F (Week-7) Jamie Wansbrough, F (Week-20) Mike David, G (Week-21) 1983-84 Garry Galley, D (Week-4) Dan Kane, F (Week-12#) Gino Cavallini, F (Week-15) Mike Pikul, D (Week-23#) Gary Kruzich, G (Week-24) 1984-85 Wayne Collins, G (Week-8) Paul Ysebaert, F (Weeks-9 & 15#) Rob Urban, F (Week-21) 1985-86 Jamie Wansbrough, F (Week-4) Gary Kruzich, G (Week-12) 1986-87 Paul Ysebaert, F (Weeks-4 & 20) Gary Kruzich, G (Weeks-9#, 12# & 17); Iain Duncan, F (Week-15#) 1987-88 Andy Gribble, F (Week-7) Don Barber, F (Week-11) Nelson Emerson, F (Weeks-17 & 20)

Curtis Fry 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

Chuck Gyles

Martin Jiranek

Scott Paluch, D (Weeks-19 & 23#) Paul Connell, G (Week-22) Greg Parks, F (Week-3) Paul Connell, G (Weeks-11 & 16) Rob Blake, D (Week-7) Peter Holmes, F (Week-16) Brett Harkins, F (Week-3) Angelo Libertucci, G (Week-7) Martin Jiranek, F (Week-19) Angelo Libertucci, G (Week-9) Brian Holzinger, F (Week-16)

CCHA Offensive Player of the Week 1992-93 Brian Holzinger, F (Week-7) 1994-95 Brian Holzinger, F (Weeks-1 & 9) Jason Clark, F (Week-11) 1995-96 Mike Hall, F (Week-7) Brett Punchard, F (Week-20) 1996-97 Brett Punchard, F (Week-2) Mike Johnson, F (Week-16) 1998-99 Adam Edinger, F (Week-7) 1999-00 Craig Desjarlais, F (Week-3) 2005-06 Alex Foster, F (Week-4) 2006-07 Derek Whitmore (Week-18) 2007-08 James Perkin (Week-12) Derek Whitmore (Weeks-5 &14) 2008-09 Dan Sexton, F (Week-11) CCHA Defensive Player of the Week 1992-93 Jeff Wells, D (Week-5) Aaron Ellis, G (Week-8) 1993-94 Bob Petrie, G (Weeks-1 & 19) Kelly Perrault, D (Week-16) 1994-95 Matt Eldred, D (Week-13) Chad Ackerman, D (Week-17) 1995-96 Bob Petrie, G (Week-5) Quinn Fair, D (Week-17) Mike Savard, G (Week-21) 1996-97 Peter Ratchuk, D (Week-8) 1997-98 Shawn Timm, G (Weeks-8 & 16) 1998-99 Michael Jones, D (Week-7) Mike Savard, G (Week-10) 1999-00 Tyler Masters, G (Week-8 & 21) Michael Jones, D (Week-17) 2000-01 Tyler Masters, G (Week-15) 2003-04 Jordan Sigalet, G (Weeks-8, 14 & 20) 2004-05 Taylor Christie, D (Week-12) Don Morrison, D (Week-6) CCHA Rookie of the Week 1998-99 Grady Moore, D (Week-5) Greg Day, F (Week-18) 1999-00 Tyler Masters, G (Week-9) Ryan Fultz, F (Week-15 & 19) 2000-01 D’Arcy McConvey, F (Week-9) 2001-02 Ryan Minnabarriet, F (Week-6) 2003-04 Jonathan Sigalet, D (Week-11) 2004-05 Alex Foster, F (Week-10) Jonathan Matsumoto (Week-1 and 4)

John Samanski 2005-06 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2011-12

Jeff Wells

Brandon Svendsen (Week-10) Jacob Cepis (Weeks-12 & 16) Dan Sexton (Week-14) Nick Bailen (Week-11) Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Week-5) Ryan Carpenter x2 (Week-1 and 15)

CCHA Goalie of the Week 2004-05 Jordan Sigalet (Week-6 and 15) 2005-06 Jon Horrell (Week-2, 10 &11) 2008-09 Jimmy Spratt (Week-11) 2011-12 Andrew Hammond (Week-2) All-MCHA (First Team) 1969-70 Bruce Blyth, F; Chuck Gyles, D; Glen Shirton, D 1970-71 Mike Bartley, F; Gerry Bradbury, F; Glen Shirton, D All-MCHA (Second Team) 1969-70 Owen Freeman, F; Paul Galaski, G 1970-71 Bruce Blyth, F; Chuck Gyles, D; Gord McCosh, D Key: • BG competed in the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association (MCHA) from 1969-70 to 1970-71 prior to joining the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) in 1971-72. • All CCHA award voting has been conducted by the league’s coaches with the exception of all-academic team (faculty representatives) unless otherwise noted. Prior to the 1992-93 season, the all-rookie teams were chosen by the media/SIDs. • Listed are the first years the following CCHA awards were initiated: All-League (1972-73); Coach of the Year (1975-76); Player of the Year (1976-77); Rookie of the Year & Player of the Week (1978-79); All-Academic (197980), Special Mention (1996-97); All-Rookie (1988-89); Best Offensive Defenseman (1989-90); Best Defensive Defenseman (1989-90); Best Defensive Forward (198990); Offensive & Defensive Player of the Week (199293); Terry Flanagan Memorial Award (1992-93); Special Recognition Award (1993-94); CCHA Rookie of the Week (1998-99); CCHA Goalie of the Week (2004-05). * Voting conducted by the South Bend Tribune for one season only # shared honor

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Don Barber

Paul Connell

Bank One Badger Showdown MVP 1994 Brian Holzinger, F 1998 Adam Edinger, F Bank One Badger Showdown 1994 Brian Holzinger, F 1998 Adam Edinger, F; Mike Jones, D; Mike Savard, G CCHA Tournament MVP 1983 Mike David, G 1988 Paul Connell, G CCHA Tournament 1972 Roger Archer, D; Mike Bartley, F 1973 Roger Archer, D; John Stewart, F; Bruce Woodhouse, F 1974 Rich Nagai, F 1975 Roger Archer, D 1982 Brian MacLellan, D; George McPhee, F 1983 Mike David, G; Garry Galley, D; Dan Kane, F; Mike Pikul, D 1984 Dave Ellett, D 1986 Jamie Wansbrough, F 1987 Gary Kruzich, G; Scott Paluch, D; Paul Ysebaert, F 1988 Don Barber, F; Paul Connell, G; Scott Paluch, D 1990 Rob Blake, D Cleveland College Hockey Classic 1992 Brett Harkins, F; Jeff Wells, D Cleveland Cup 1969 Glen Shirton, D 1971 Gerry Bradbury, F; Chuck Gyles, D Cleveland Cup Outstanding Defenseman 1971 Chuck Gyles Cleveland Cup Outstanding Forward 1971 Gerry Bradbury Cleveland Holiday Hockey Festival 1972 Mike Bartley, F; Bob Dobek, F

Mike David

Aaron Ellis

Brett Harkins

Brian Holzinger

Rich Nagai

Dodge Holiday Classic (formerly Mariucci Classic) 2002 D’Arcy McConvey, C

1988

Great Alaska Face-Off 1992 Aaron Ellis, G; Brian Holzinger, F

Toronto Cross/Border Challenge MVP 1994 Brian Holzinger, F %

Great Lakes Invitational 1976 Ken Morrow, D

Toronto Cross/Border Challenge 1994 Dale Crombeen, F; Kelly Perrault, D UConn Toyota Holiday Classic 2005 Alex Foster (MVP), Jonathan Matsumoto, Jon Horrell, Mike Nesdill

Key Bank Classic MVP 1983 Dan Kane, F Key Bank Classic 1983 Dave Ellett, D; Dan Kane, F; Gary Kruzich, G Ledyard Classic 2004 Jordan Sigalet Lefty McFadden Invitational 2002 Tyler Masters, G; Mark Wires, F Mariucci Classic 1991 Martin Jiranek, F; Angelo Libertucci, G 1995 Brad Holzinger, F NCAA Tournament MVP 1984 Gary Kruzich, G % NCAA Tournament (First Team) 1984 Dave Ellett, D; Garry Galley, D North Country Festival (First Team) 1974 Roger Archer, D; Dave Easton, F; Al Sarachman, G 1980 George McPhee, F North Country Festival (Second Team) 1974 Bob Dobek, F; Wayne Sander, D Old Colony Invitational MVP 1978 Wally Charko, G Old Colony Invitational All-Stars 1978 Wally Charko, G; Brian MacLellan, F; George McPhee, F; Ken Morrow, D

Paul Connell, G; Kevin Dahl, D; Peter Holmes, F; Greg Parks, F

All-Star Games/International Events AHCA Senior All-Star Game Participants 1982 Brian MacLellan, D; George McPhee, F 1983 Brian Hills, F; Jerry York, Coach 1984 Dave O’Brian, D; Mike Pikul, D; John Samanski, F 1993 Brett Harkins, F 1994 Jeff Wells, D 1995 Brian Holzinger, F U.S. Olympic Festival (Trials) Participants 1979 Jerry York, Coach 1983 Dave Ellett, D; Jerry York, Coach 1985 Gary Kruzich, G; Scott Paluch, D 1986 Gary Kruzich, G; Scott Paluch, D 1987 Scott Paluch, D 1990 Brett Harkins, F; Ken Klee, D 1991 Aris Brimanis, D; Brian Holzinger, F; Ken Klee, D; Glen Mears, D 1993 Aaron Ellis, G; Jason Helbing, F 1994 Brian Holzinger, F 1995 Brad Holzinger, F U.S. Pre-Olympic Team Members 1991 Ken Klee, D U.S. World Junior Tournament Participants 1980 Barry Mills, D 1986 Scott Paluch, D (Bronze) 1991 Ken Klee, D 1992 Brian Holzinger, F (Bronze) 1994 Aaron Ellis, G 1999 Ryan Murphy, F

College Hockey Classic 1985 Don Barber, F; Todd Flichel, D

Rensselaer/Marine Midland Bank Holiday Hockey Tournament 1996 Mike Johnson, F

Wells Fargo Cup 2001 Greg Day, F

Cornell Holiday Festival All-Stars 1977 John Markell, F; Ken Morrow, D

RPI/HSBC Holiday Hockey Tournament 1999 Michael Jones, D

World Junior All-Tournament (Second Team) 1985 Scott Paluch, D

Dexter Hockey Classic 1993 Brian Holzinger, F

RPI Invitational (Second Team) 1974 Bob Dobek, F; Al Sarachman, G 1982 Barry Mills, D

World University Games Participants 1972 Ted Sator, F; Tom Sheehan, D

Dexter Shoe Classic MVP 1987 Don Barber, F Dexter Shoe Classic 1987 Don Barber, F; Nelson Emerson, F; Scott Paluch, D 1989 Rob Blake, D; Nelson Emerson, F

Sheraton/US Airways Tournament 1997 Mike Jones, D

World University Hockey Championship (U.S. Seniors/Canada All-Stars) 1997 Bob Petrie, G

Syracuse Invitational MVP 1986 Gary Kruzich, G 1988 Paul Connell, G

North American College Hockey Championship (U.S. Seniors/Canada All-Stars) 2000 Michael Jones, D (Team USA Most Outstanding Player)

Syracuse Invitational 1986 Iain Duncan, F; Gary Kruzich, G; Brian McKee, D; Paul Ysebaert, F

% MVP chosen separately from all-tournament

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Josh Boyd Jim Sears Award (Most Valuable Player)

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 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 2012-13

Bill Koniewich Chuck Gyles Mike Bartley Mike Bartley Roger Archer Dave Easton Mike Liut & Byron Shutt Byron Shutt Ken Morrow Steve Dawe George McPhee George McPhee Brian Hills Garry Galley Jamie Wansbrough Gary Kruzich Iain Duncan Scott Paluch Greg Parks Rob Blake Martin Jiranek Peter Holmes Brian Holzinger Jeff Wells Brian Holzinger Curtis Fry Curtis Fry Dan Price Adam Edinger B.J. Adams Greg Day & Tyler Masters Greg Day D’Arcy McConvey & Jordan Sigalet Jordan Sigalet Jordan Sigalet Alex Foster Derek Whitmore Derek Whitmore Dan Sexton Kyle Page Andrew Hammond Andrew Hammond Ryan Carpenter

Tommy Dee Sam Cooper Trophy (Leading Scorer)

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 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 2012-13

Bruce Blyth Gerry Bradbury Mike Bartley Bob Dobek Bob Dobek Bob Dobek Mike Hartman Mark Wells John Markell George McPhee George McPhee Brian Hills Brian Hills Brian Hills Dan Kane Jamie Wansbrough Jamie Wansbrough Paul Ysebaert Nelson Emerson Greg Parks Nelson Emerson Brett Harkins Peter Holmes Brian Holzinger Brian Holzinger Jeff Wells Brian Holzinger Curtis Fry Mike Johnson Dan Price Dan Price Adam Edinger Greg Day Greg Day D’Arcy McConvey D’Arcy McConvey Jonathan Matsumoto Alex Foster Jonathan Matsumoto Derek Whitmore Dan Sexton Jordan Samuels-Thomas Jordan Samuels-Thomas Ryan Carpenter Ryan Carpenter

lllllllllll Jim Ruehl Award (Best Defensive Player)

Kyle Page took home four straight Jim Ruel Awards (Best Defensive Player) from 2006-2010.

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

Chad Ackerman Matt Eldred Shawn Timm B.J. Adams B.J. Adams Tyler Masters Ryan Wetterberg Kevin Bieksa Jordan Sigalet Jordan Sigalet Michael Hodgson Don Morrison Kyle Page Kyle Page Kyle Page Kyle Page Andrew Hammond Andrew Hammond Bobby Shea

(Award classification changed in 1995-96)

Brett Mohler Kyle Page Brandon Svendsen Howard Brown Award Bill & Helen Lloyd Award (Most Improved Player) (Award established March 15, 1968 for club team)

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 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 2012-13

Bill Koniewich Bob Watson Steve Sertich Paul Hughes Al Sarachman Dave Easton Bruce Newton Yves Pelland Steve Dawe Wally Charko Tim Alexander Brian MacLellan Mike David Kim Collins Gino Cavallini Iain Duncan Brian McKee Tom Pratt Andy Gribble Brent Regan Thad Rusiecki Matt Ruchty Ken Klee Jim Solly Tom Glantz Kevin Lune Will Clarke Jeff Herman Todd Kelman Shawn Timm Ryan Murphy Scott Hewson Jason Gural Steve Brudzewski Steve Brudzewski Ryan Minnabarriet Taylor Christie Ryan Barnett Jimmy Spratt Nick Eno John Mazzei Josh Boyd Tommy Dee Tomas Petruska Wade Finegan Bryce Williamson Mike Sullivan

(Coaches’ Award)

1977-78 Dan Brown 1978-79 Steve Dawe 1979-80 Don McLaughlin 1980-81 Wally Charko 1981-82 Brian MacLellan 1982-83 Mike David Barry Mills 1983-84 Mike Pikul Wayne Wilson 1984-85 George Roll 1985-86 Iain Duncan 1986-87 Todd Flichel 1987-88 Geoff Williams 1988-89 Alan Leggett 1989-90 Kevin Dahl Joe Quinn 1990-91 John Burke 1991-92 Dan Bylsma 1992-93 Ty Eigner 1993-94 Sean Pronger 1994-95 Will Clarke 1995-96 Jason Clark 1996-97 Curtis Fry 1997-98 Brad Holzinger 1998-99 Mike Savard 1999-00 Zach Ham 2000-01 Senior Class (Louis Mass, Ryan Murphy, Doug Schueller, Shawn Timm, Curtis Valentine, Dennis Williams) 2001-02 Ryan Wetterberg 2002-03 Tyler Knight 2003-04 Kevin Bieksa 2004-05 Jordan Sigalet 2005-06 Brandon Svendsen 2006-07 Jeremy Bronson 2007-08 John Mazzei 2008-09 Brandon Svendsen 2009-10 Josh Boyd 2010-11 David Solway 2011-12 Cam Sinclair 2012-13 Andrew Hammond

lllllllllll Dr. Ron Zwierlein Leadership Award

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Dan Price Michael Jones Doug Schueller Greg Day D’Arcy McConvey D’Arcy McConvey Ryan Minnabarriet Alex Rogosheske Jordan Sigalet Don Morrison Derek Whitmore Michael Hodgson Kyle Page Kyle Page David Solway Cam Wojtala Ryan Carpenter

Junior Ryan Carpenter led the Falcons in scoring each of the last two years, combining for 63 points.

Tomas Petruska Jack Gregory Award (Scholar-Athlete Award)

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 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 2012-13

Tim Hack Tim Hack Tim Hack Scott Bylsma Rob Urban Rob Urban Alan Leggett Alan Leggett Dan Bylsma Angelo Libertucci Angelo Libertucci Angelo Libertucci Brian Holzinger Mike Johnson Mike Johnson Dave Faulkner Dave Faulkner Zach Ham Zach Ham Zach Ham Curtis Valentine D’Arcy McConvey D’Arcy McConvey D’Arcy McConvey Jonathan Sigalet Jon Erickson Jon Erickson Kyle Page Kyle Page Brian Moore Kyle Page Nick Eno Andrew Wallace Cam Wojtala

lllllllllllll Dr. Thomas Wojciechowski Recognition Award

(Distinguished Service to the Program)

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 2012-13

Tom Glick Steve Keys Tom Wojciechowki Tom Wallace Dick Powers Jack Gregory Bartt Davis Don Woods Dr. Robert Romans Bill Jones Dr. Ron Zwierlein Mike Ward Paul Yutzy Paul Thayer Marta Crow Bill Lloyd Terry Burton Jim Ruehl Ralph and Ramona DiBenedetto Gene Robedaeu James Brennan Melisa & Jennifer Pikul, Shea Galley and Stephanie Wilson Josh Kugel Kenny Goodrich Dan Fischer

(Award named in honor of Dr. Wojciechowski at 1991 team banquet)

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Pete Badour

W.G. Grinder’s Grinder Award (As voted by the fans)

2002-03 2003-04

Kevin Bieksa Steve Brudzewski

lllllllllllll Jim Ruehl Award

(Most Honorable Opponent)

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

Mike Bartley

Steve Ball

Newell Brown (MSU) Allan Butler (LSSU) Chris MacDonald (WMU) Brad Jones (Michigan) Mike Orn (Miami) Danton Cole (MSU) Kip Miller (MSU) Jim Dowd (LSSU) Dwayne Norris (MSU) Brian Rolston (LSSU) David Oliver (Michigan) Wayne Strachan (LSSU)

Rink Rats Award (Most Popular)

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

Mike Bartley Roger Archer Mike Hartman John Markell John Markell Wally Charko Tom Sears, Manager Jason Piwko Doug Schueller Doug Schueller Greg Day

lllllllllllll Terry Flanagan Award (Most Courageous Player)

1991-92 1993-94 1994-95 2004-05

Ken Klee A.J. Plaskey Jeff Elvin Jordan Sigalet

Mike Pikul Gay Blade Award (Best Attitude)

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Steve Ball Steve Ball John Markell John Markell John Markell John Markell

lllllllllllll Bob Beers Trophy (Rookie of the Year)

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

Mike Hartman Mark Wells Mike Cotter Brian Stankiewicz George McPhee Ron Megan John Samanski

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lllllllllllll

Lady Byng Award

Bill Lloyd Trophy

(Sportsmanship) 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

Pete Badour Pete Badour Steve Ball Steve Ball

Tom Thomas

Glen Shirton

Wayne Wilson

Outstanding Defenseman/Forward 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

Glen Shirton/Owen Freeman Chuck Gyles/Gerry Bradbury Chuck Gyles/Mike Bartley Chuck Gyles/Mike Bartley Kevin MacDonald/Bob Dobek Roger Archer/Bob Dobek Tom Thomas/Dave Easton Tom Thomas/Mark Wells Tom Thomas/John Markell Ken Morrow/John Markell & George McPhee Mike Cotter/George McPhee Mike Pikul/George McPhee

(Penalty Killer)

1979-80 1980-81

Yves Pelland Wayne Wilson

Miscellaneous Awards Lester Patrick Trophy Miscellaneous “Player of the Year” Awards College Sports Magazine Brian Holzinger (1994-95) Hockey Digest Brian Holzinger (1994-95) The Hockey News Brian Holzinger (1994-95) The Sporting News Brian Holzinger (1994-95)

Ken Morrow (1996)

An annual award “for outstanding service to hockey in the United States.” It has been awarded since 1966 by the NHL and USA Hockey. It is considered a non-NHL trophy because it may be awarded to to players, coaches, officials and other personnel outside the NHL. The trophy is named after Lester Patrick (1883-1960), player and long-time coach of the New York Rangers, who was a developer of ice hockey. Winners are selected by a committee consisting of various officials, including the Commissioner of the NHL, an NHL governor, a representative of the New York Rangers, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame player‘s section and a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. Each member of the committee changes annually except the NHL commissioner.

CCHA All-Academic Three-Time Selections In the 25 years (1979-80 through 2003-04) CCHA

Faculty Athletic Representatives selected a CCHA All-Academic First Team (six members only), 11 individuals have been a first team All-Academic selection all three years they were eligible (freshman are not eligible). Four of the 11 three-time selections are from BGSU:

Tim Hack ( 1982-84) Brian Holzinger (1993-95) Alan Leggett (1987-89) George McPhee (1980-82)

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Individual Records

Goals in a ... Period 4 Game 5 Series 7 Season 44 Career 127

Mike Hartman vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76 (2nd period); James Unger at Nebraska-Omaha, 3/3/07 (1st period) Mike Hartman vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76; Jack Laine vs. Ohio State, 2/25/77; Jamie Wansbrough vs. Notre Dame, 3/4/83 Jamie Wansbrough vs. Notre Dame, 3/4-5/83 Bob Dobek, 1973-74 Jamie Wansbrough, 1982-86

Game-Winning Goals in a ... Season Career

7 19

John Samanski, 1982-83; Jamie Wansbrough, 1983-84; Martin Jiranek, 1990-91 Mike Hartman, 1974-78

Hat Tricks in a ... Season Career

5 8

Assists in a ... Period 4 Game 7 Series 9 Season 58 Career 182

Points in a ... Period 4 Game 8 Series 11 Season 94 Career 294

Bob Dobek, 1973-74 Mike Bartley, 1970-74

Chuck Gyles vs. Notre Dame, 11/3/72; Rich Nagai at Western Michigan, 2/2/74; Mike Hartman vs. Lake Forest, 11/7/75 Brian Hills vs. Ferris State, 1/15/82 Paul Ysebaert vs. Miami, 1/9-10/87 Bob Dobek, 1974-75; Paul Ysebaert, 1986-87 Nelson Emerson, 1986-90 19 times. Last accomplished by James Unger (4 goals) vs. Nebraska-Omaha, 3/3/07 (1st period) Mike Hall at Alaska Fairbanks, 11/23/95 (3 goals-5 assists) Doug Ross vs. McMaster, 1/10-11/75; Mike Hartman vs. Lake Forest, 11/7-8/75; Mike Hall at Alaska Fairbanks, 11/23-25/95 (3-game set) Brian Hills, 1982-83 Nelson Emerson, 1986-90

Power-Play Goals Period Game Series Season Career

2 3 6 21 43

34 times. Last accomplished by Jonathan Matsumoto vs. Boston College, 10/15/05 (2nd period) 9 times. Last accomplished by Jonathan Matsumoto vs. Boston College, 10/15/05 Peter Holmes vs. Miami, 2/2-3/90 Don Barber, 1986-87 Mike Hartman, 1974-78

Short Handed Goals Period Game Series Season Career

2 2 2 5 9

Nick Bandescu vs. Northern Michigan, 2/28/81 Nick Bandescu vs. Northern Michigan, 2/28/81; Dan Bylsma at Western Michigan, 10/28/89 Nick Bandescu vs. Northern Michigan, 2/27-28/81; Kim Collins at Illinois-Chicago, 11/5-6/82; Dan Bylsma at Western Michigan, 10/27-28/89; Mike Johnson at Alaska Fairbanks, 11/23-25/95 (3-game set) Andy Gribble, 1986-87 Andy Gribble, 1984-88

Nelson Emerson scored 294 points in 178 games to become the Falcons all-time leading scorer.

Goals by a Defenseman Period 2 Game 3 Series 4 Season 23 Career 48

23 times. Last accomplished by Jonathan Sigalet at Michigan State, 12/3/04 (2nd period) John Mavity vs. Lake Forest, 11/7/75; John Gibb vs. Miami, 10/27/78; Scott Paluch vs. Western Michigan, 2/19/88; Rob Blake at Miami, 11/25/89 John Mavity vs. Lake Forest, 11/7-8/75; Scott Paluch vs. Western Michigan, 2/19-20/88; Rob Blake at Miami, 11/24-25/89 Rob Blake, 1989-90 Scott Paluch, 1984-88

Assists by a Defenseman Period Game Series Season Career

4 6 7 52 121

Chuck Gyles vs. Notre Dame, 11/3/72 Chuck Gyles vs. Notre Dame, 11/3/72 Scott Paluch vs. Ohio State, 11/6-7/87 (home-and-home series) Garry Galley, 1983-84 Chuck Gyles, 1969-73; Scott Paluch, 1984-88

Points by a Defenseman Period 4 Game 6 Series 8 Season 67 Career 169

Chuck Gyles vs. Notre Dame, 11/3/72; Garry Galley vs. Michigan, 10/29/82; Chad Ackerman vs. Notre Dame, 3/10/95 Chuck Gyles vs. Notre Dame, 11/3/72; John Mavity vs. Lake Forest, 11/7/75; John Gibb vs. Miami, 10/27/78 John Mavity vs. Lake Forest, 11/7-8/75; Scott Paluch vs. Western Michigan, 2/19-20/88; Rob Blake at Miami, 11/24-25/89 Garry Galley, 1983-84 Scott Paluch, 1984-88

Most Saves by Goalie Period 30 Game 56 Series 88 Season 1,140 Career 3,580

Wally Charko vs. Ohio State, 2/29/80 Jordan Sigalet at Notre Dame, 10/17/03 Terry Miskolczi vs. Ohio State, 2/9-10/73 (home-and-home series) Jordan Sigalet, 2003-04 Gary Kruzich, 1983-87

Fewest Saves by Goalie Period Game Series

0 10 24

Games Played Season 47 Career 178

Shawn Timm vs. Alaska Fairbanks, 11/14/98 (3rd period); Jordan Sigalet vs. Notre Dame, 10/18/03 (3rd period) 5 times. Last accomplished by Bob Petrie vs. Ferris State, 12/3/93 Mike Liut vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20-21/76

Greg Parks, 1988-89; Joe Quinn, 1988-89; Thad Rusiecki, 1988-89 Greg Parks, 1985-89; Nelson Emerson, 1986-90

Jordan Sigalet owns the record for most saves in a game (55) and season (1,140).

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Most Goals Allowed in a Period................ 7....................................................................... Don Boyd at Lake Superior, 11/10/72 Most Goals Allowed in a Game................ 15................................................................. Wayne Collins at Michigan State, 2/8/85 Most Goals Allowed in a Series................ 16................................................................. Wally Charko vs. Michigan, 10/19-20/79 Most Goals Allowed in a Season............. 155............................................................................................. Paul Connell, 1987-88 Fewest Goals Allowed in a Game.............. 0 ..........65 times. Last accomplished by Andrew Hammond vs. LSSU, 3/10/13 (7-0) Fewest Goals Allowed in a Series.............. 1..................................................Angelo Libertucci vs. Western Mich., 11/23-24/90; .......................................................................................................................................... Jordan Sigalet at Union, 10/22-23/04; ........................................................................................................................................ Jimmy Spratt vs. Michigan, 1/16-17/09 Most Shutouts (Complete) in a Season..... 3........................................................Tyler Masters, 2000-01; Jimmy Spratt, 2008-09 Most Shutouts (Complete) in a Career...... 7............................................... Tyler Masters, 1999-03; Andrew Hammond 2009-13 Most Opponent Saves in a Game............. 64.............................................................. John Whelan of Illinois-Chicago, 11/11/83 Best Seasonal Goals-Against Average...... 2.39........................................................................................... Wally Charko, 1978-79 Best Career Goals-Against Average......... 2.49.................................................................................... Brian Stankiewicz, 1977-79 Most Wins in a Season............................. 32............................................................................................. Wally Charko, 1978-79 Most Wins in a Career.............................. 88......................................................... Gary Kruzich, 1984-87 (former NCAA Record) Best Seasonal Record............................ 32-5-2......................................................................................... Wally Charko, 1978-79 Best Career Record............................... 88-35-4......................................................................................... Gary Kruzich, 1983-87 Most Consecutive Wins............................ 14.............................................................................................. Gary Kruzich, 1986-87 Consecutive Games Unbeaten................. 24.............................................................................................. Gary Kruzich, 1986-87 Most Assists in a Game.............................. 2.....................................................................Wally Charko vs. Lake Superior, 3/2/79 Most Assists in a Season............................ 8............................................................................................... Gary Kruzich, 1986-87 Most Assists in a Career........................... 10.............................................................................................. Gary Kruzich, 1983-87 Scoreless Minutes.................................. 154:43.................................................................................. Brian Stankiewicz, 1977-78 .................................................................................................. (50:07 vs. Lake Superior; 60:00 vs. St. Louis; 44:36 vs. Ohio St.)

Team Records

Winning Margin........................................ 15...................................................................................... vs. Miami (15-0), 10/27/78 Losing Margin........................................... 14..............................................................................at Michigan State (15-1), 2/8/85 Goals in a Period....................................... 10............................................ vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76; vs. Notre Dame, 11/26/82 Goals in a Game....................................... 15........................................ 4 times. Last accomplished vs. Illinois-Chicago, 1/29/83 Goals in a Series....................................... 28...................................................................................vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20-21/76 Goals in a Season..................................... 279................................................................................................................... 1978-79 Goals Allowed in a Game.......................... 15........................................................................................ at Michigan State, 2/8/85 Fewest Goals Allowed in a Season........... 90.................................................................................................................... 1975-76 Goals Allowed in a Season....................... 196................................................................................................................... 1984-85 Hat Tricks in a Game.................................. 3............................................................................................. at Lake Forest, 1/19/74 Hat Tricks in a Series.................................. 3.............................. 5 times. Last accomplished at Alaska-Anchorage, 10/14-15/88 Hat Tricks in a Season............................... 12.................................................................................................................... 1973-74 Power-Play Goals in a Season................... 84.................................................................................................................... 1986-87 Power-Play Goals Allowed (Season)......... 68.................................................................................................................... 1989-90 Short-Handed Goals in a Season.............. 21.................................................................................................................... 1973-74 Short-Handed Goals Allowed (Season)..... 16.................................................................................................................... 2005-06 Assists in a Period..................................... 18........................................................................................ vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76 Assists in a Game...................................... 27........................................................................................ vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76 Assists in a Series...................................... 53...................................................................................vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20-21/76 Assists in a Season................................... 466................................................................................................................... 1978-79 Points in a Period...................................... 28........................................................................................ vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76 Points in a Game....................................... 42........................................................................................ vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/76 Points in a Series...................................... 81...................................................................................vs. SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20-21/76 Points in a Season.................................... 745................................................................................................................... 1978-79 Wins in a Season...................................... 37.................................................................................................................... 1978-79 Losses in a Season.................................... 27.................................................................................................................... 1997-98 Ties in a Season......................................... 9..................................................................................................................... 2003-04 Fewest Wins in a Season........................... 5..................................................................................................................... 2009-10 Fewest Losses in a Season......................... 6..................................................................................................................... 1978-79 Fewest Ties in a Season............................. 0..................................................................... 6 times. Last accomplished in 1985-86 Overtime Games in a Season................... 11..................................................................................................... 1991-92, 2003-04 Most Shots On Goal in a Game................ 72................................................................................... vs. Illinois-Chicago, 11/11/83 Fewest Shots On Goal in a Period.............. 1.......................... Many times. Last accomplished at Michigan, 1/9/07 (1st period)

Scott Paluch leads all Falcon defenseman with 169 career points.

Consecutive Game Records

Longest Winning Streak............................ 17..............................................................Michigan Tech through Michigan, 1983-84 Longest Unbeaten Streak......................... 23.......................................................... Vermont through St. Louis (22-0-1), 1978-79 Longest Losing Streak............................... 14............................................. Michigan State through Northern Michigan, 1990-91 Longest Winless Streak............................. 14............................... Michigan State through Northern Michigan (0-14-0), 1990-91 Longest Home Winning Streak................. 23............................................. Western Ontario through Colorado College, 1977-78 Longest Home Unbeaten Streak............... 23................................Western Ontario through Colorado College (23-0-0), 1977-78 Longest Home Losing Streak..................... 7..................................................Western Michigan through Lake Superior, 1997-98 Longest Home Winless Streak................... 7................................................Illinois-Chicago through Ohio State (0-5-2), 1991-92 ..........................................................................................................Western Michigan through Lake Superior (0-7-0), 1997-98 Longest Road Winning Streak*................. 11............................................................................Miami through St. Louis, 1978-79 Longest Road Losing Streak*.................... 17................................................................. Michigan State through Miami, 1990-91 Team Scoring........................................... 248...................................11/6/81 (vs. Michigan Tech) through 3/21/87 (vs. Harvard) Individual Goal Scoring............................. 11.................................... Mike Hall, 1994-95 (last 3 games) - 1995-96 (first 8 games) Individual Goal Scoring (Same Season).... 10........................................................................................ Nelson Emerson, 1987-88 Individual Assists...................................... 14............................................................................................ Paul Ysebaert, 1986-87 Individual Points....................................... 29........................................................................................ Nelson Emerson, 1989-90 Games Played.......................................... 165...................................................... Wayne Wilson, 1980-84 (former NCAA record) * Neutral site games counted as road contests

Gary Kruzich posted 3,580 career saves from 1983-87, the most by any Falcon.

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Single-Season Leaders

CCHA Scoring

Points (All games)

Player (Year) GP G A TP 1. Brian Hills (1982-83).......................40........ 37........ 57........94 2. George McPhee (1978-79)..............43........ 40........ 48........88 3. Bob Dobek (1973-74)......................39........ 44........ 42........86 4. Paul Ysebaert (1986-87)..................45........ 27........ 58........85 5. Nelson Emerson (1987-88).............45........ 34........ 49........83 Mark Wells (1978-79).....................45........ 26........ 57........83 7. Nelson Emerson (1989-90).............44........ 30........ 52........82 8. Brian Hills (1981-82).......................41........ 34........ 47........81 9. John Markell (1978-79)...................42........ 31........ 49........80 George McPhee (1981-82)..............40........ 28........ 52........80

Career Points

Brian Stankiewicz

Goals (All Games) 1. 2. 3. 6. 8.

Player (Year) Games Goals Bob Dobek (1973-74)..................................39..................44 George McPhee (1978-79)..........................43..................40 Mike Bartley (1971-72)...............................33..................37 Brian Hills (1982-83) . .................................40..................37 Jamie Wansbrough (1984-85).....................42..................37 Brian Holzinger (1994-95)...........................38..................35 Mike Hartman (1977-78).............................39..................35 Mike Bartley (1972-73)...............................35..................34 Doug Ross (1974-75)...................................35..................34 Mike Hartman (1974-75).............................35..................34 Jamie Wansbrough (1983-84).....................40..................34 Brian Hills (1981-82)....................................41..................34 Brian MacLellan (1978-79)..........................44..................34 Nelson Emerson (1987-88)..........................45..................34

Iain Duncan

Assists (All games) 1. 3. 5. 8. 10.

Player (Year) Games Assists Bob Dobek (1974-75)............................... 35...................58 Paul Ysebaert (1986-87)........................... 45...................58 Brian Hills (1982-83)................................. 40...................57 Mark Wells (1978-79)............................... 45...................57 George McPhee (1981-82)....................... 40...................52 Garry Galley (1983-84)............................. 44...................52 Nelson Emerson (1989-90)....................... 44...................52 John Markell (1978-79)............................ 42...................49 Nelson Emerson (1987-88)....................... 45...................49 George McPhee (1978-79)....................... 43...................48 Dan Kane (1983-84)................................. 43...................48

Points (CCHA Games)

Mike Hartman

Martin Jiranek (1988-92)...............121............ 64............ 64........... 128....... 1.058 Scott Paluch (1984-88)..................121............ 36............ 91........... 127....... 1.050 Brian Meharry (1984-88)...............106............ 45............ 80........... 125....... 1.179 John Markell (1975-79)..................74............. 43............ 78........... 121....... 1.635 John Samanski (1980-84)...............90............. 56............ 63........... 119....... 1.322 George Roll (1981-85)...................116............ 43............ 76........... 119....... 1.023 Dan Kane (1981-84)........................85............. 46............ 72........... 118....... 1.388 Matt Ruchty (1987-91)..................117............ 50............ 63........... 113....... 0.966 Dan Price (1995-99).......................105............ 47............ 64........... 111....... 1.057 Mark Wells (1975-79).....................73............. 41............ 67........... 108....... 1.479

Player (Years)............................Games....... Goals.......G-PG

1.

Jamie Wansbrough (1982-86).......121............ 92..........0.760

2.

Brian Hills (1979-83)......................100............ 88..........0.880

3.

Nelson Emerson (1986-90)............128............ 84..........0.656

4.

Greg Parks (1985-89).....................128............ 76..........0.594

5.

Brian Holzinger (1991-95).............117............ 74..........0.632

6.

Peter Holmes (1988-92)................128............ 68..........0.531

7.

Martin Jiranek (1988-92)...............121............ 64..........0.529

8.

Don Barber (1984-88)....................110............ 63..........0.573

9.

George McPhee (1978-82).............90............. 61..........0.678

Career Assists

Al Sarachman

Assists (CCHA Games)

Player (Year) Games Assists 1. Brian Hills (1982-83)...................................32..................47 2. Nelson Emerson (1989-90).........................32..................44 Paul Ysebaert (1985-86).............................32..................44 4. George McPhee (1981-82).........................27..................40 Paul Ysebaert (1985-86).............................32..................40 6. Scott Paluch (1987-88)................................31..................37 Jamie Wansbrough (1985-86).....................32..................37 Nelson Emerson (1987-88).........................32..................37 Brett Harkins (1991-92)..............................32..................37 10. Don Barber (1987-88).................................25..................36

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22.

10. Paul Ysebaert (1984-87).................96............. 59..........0.615

Goals (CCHA games)

Player (Year) Games Goals Brian Hills (1982-83).................................. 32................... 35 Brian Hills (1981-82).................................. 28................... 28 Martin Jiranek (1990-91)........................... 31................... 28 Jamie Wansbrough (1984-85).................... 32................... 28 Nelson Emerson (1987-88)........................ 32................... 28 Jamie Wansbrough (1985-86).................... 32................... 27 Dan Kane (1982-83)................................... 30................... 24 Matt Ruchty (1989-90).............................. 31................... 24 Andy Gribble (1987-88)............................. 32................... 24 Peter Holmes (1991-92)............................ 32................... 24

Player (Years)............................Games....... Goals..... Assists.....Points......P-PG Nelson Emerson (1986-90)............128............ 84........... 136.......... 220....... 1.719 Brian Hills (1979-83)......................100............ 88........... 109.......... 197....... 1.970 Jamie Wansbrough (1982-86).......121............ 92............ 91........... 183....... 1.512 Greg Parks (1985-89).....................128............ 76........... 103.......... 179....... 1.398 Brett Harkins (1989-93).................120............ 47........... 125.......... 172....... 1.433 George McPhee (1978-82).............90............. 61........... 104.......... 165....... 1.833 Paul Ysebaert (1984-87).................96............. 59........... 106.......... 165....... 1.719 Don Barber (1984-88)....................110............ 63............ 84........... 147....... 1.336 Peter Holmes (1988-92)................128............ 68............ 79........... 147....... 1.148 Curtis Fry (1993-97).......................112............ 48............ 91........... 139....... 1.241 Brian Holzinger (1991-95).............117............ 74............ 62........... 136....... 1.162 Iain Duncan (1983-87)...................112............ 52............ 78........... 130....... 1.161

Career Goals

Player (Year) GP G A TP 1. Brian Hills (1982-83)....................... 32........ 35........47....... 82 2. Nelson Emerson (1987-88)............. 32........ 28........37....... 65 3. Jamie Wansbrough (1985-86)......... 32........ 27........37....... 64 4. Paul Ysebaert (1986-87)................. 32........ 19........44....... 63 5. Nelson Emerson (1989-90)............. 32........ 17........44....... 61 6. Brian Hills (1981-82)....................... 28........ 28........32....... 60 7. Paul Ysebaert (1985-86)................. 32........ 19........40....... 59 8. George McPhee (1981-82)............. 27........ 18........40....... 58 9. Jamie Wansbrough (1984-85)......... 32........ 28........29....... 57 10. Greg Parks (1987-88)...................... 32........ 23........33....... 56 1. 2. 6. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10. 11. 12.

Player (Years)............................Games.......Assists......A-PG

1.

Nelson Emerson (1986-90)............128........... 136.........1.063

2.

Brett Harkins (1989-93).................120........... 125.........1.042

3.

Brian Hills (1979-83)......................100........... 109.........1.090

4.

Paul Ysebaert (1984-87).................96............ 106.........1.104

5.

George McPhee (1978-82).............90............ 104.........1.156

6.

Greg Parks (1985-89).....................128........... 103.........0.805

7.

Curtis Fry (1993-97).......................112............ 91..........0.813

Jamie Wansbrough (1982- -86).....121............ 91..........0.752

Scott Paluch (1984-88)..................121............ 91..........0.752

10. Don Barber (1984-88)....................110............ 84..........0.764 11. Brian Meharry (1984-88)...............106............ 80..........0.755 12. Peter Holmes (1988-92)................128............ 79..........0.617 13. John Markell (1975-79)..................74............. 78..........1.054

Iain Duncan (1983-87)...................112............ 78..........0.696

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Season/Career Records Single-Season Leaders Goals-Against Average (All games)*

Goaltender (Year) Games GAA 1. Wally Charko (1978-79)............................39.................... 2.39 2. Tyler Masters (2000-01)...........................38.................... 2.47 3. Mike Liut (1975-76).................................. 21.................... 2.56 4. Brian Stankiewicz (1977-78).....................30.................... 2.58 5. Andrew Hammond (2010-11)...................17.................... 2.67 6. Mike Liut (1976-77).................................. 24.................... 2.72 7. Andrew Hammond (2011-12)...................44.................... 2.73 8. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)...........................37.................... 2.74 9. Nick Eno (2007-08)................................... 23.................... 2.79 10. Al Sarachman (1974-75)...........................17.................... 2.80 11. Tyler Masters (1999-00)...........................29.................... 2.85 12. Gary Kruzich (1983-84).............................28.................... 2.89 13. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)...........................32.................... 2.89 *-Minimum 40% of teams minutes played.

Saves (All Games)

Goaltender (Year) Games Saves 1. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)............................ 37................ 1,140 2. Andrew Hammond (2011-12).................... 44................ 1,114 3. Tyler Masters (2000-01)............................ 38................ 1,087 4. Gary Kruzich (1985-86).............................. 35................ 1,043 5. Paul Connell (1988-89).............................. 41................ 1,032 6. Mike David (1981-82)................................ 36..................989 7. Wally Charko (1978-79)............................. 39..................983 8. Wally Charko (1980-81)............................. 35..................966 9. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)............................ 32..................963 10. Tyler Masters (2001-02)............................ 31..................959 11. Gary Kruzich (1986-87).............................. 38..................928 12. Paul Connell (1987-88).............................. 39..................907

Save Percentage (All Games)

Goaltender (Year) Games SV% 1. Tyler Masters (2000-01)............................ 38..................92.2 2. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)............................ 37..................91.9 3. Andrew Hammond (2012-13).................... 29..................91.7 4. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)............................ 32..................91.5 Andrew Hammond (2010-11).................... 17..................91.5 5. Wally Charko (1978-79)............................. 39..................91.4 6. Jordan Sigalet (2002-03)............................ 20..................91.0 7. Brian Stankiewicz (1977-78)...................... 30..................90.7 8. Nick Eno (2007-08).................................... 23..................90.5 9. Mike Liut (1975-76)................................... 21..................90.5 10. Tyler Masters (2001-02)............................ 31..................90.5 Tyler Masters (1999-00)............................ 29..................90.5

Minutes (All Games)

Goaltender (Year) Games Minutes 1. Andrew Hammond (2011-12) 44 2,651:18 2. Paul Connell (1988-89)............................41..............2,439:21 3. Paul Connell (1987-88)............................39..............2,322:30 4. Wally Charko (1978-79)...........................39..............2,307:25 5. Tyler Masters (2000-01)..........................38..............2,236:37 6. Gary Kruzich (1986-87)............................38..............2,228:48 7. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)..........................37..............2,210:02 8. Mike David (1981-82)..............................36..............2,128:57 9. Gary Kruzich (1985-86)............................35..............2,089:53 10. Wally Charko (1980-81)...........................35..............2,006:47 11. Jimmy Spratt (2008-09))..........................34..............1,951:07

Goals-Against Average (CCHA Games)

Goaltender (Year) Games GAA 1. Brian Stankiewicz (1977-78)....................... 14.................1.83 2. Wally Charko (1978-79).............................. 21.................2.24 3. Al Sarachman (1975-76).............................. 7..................2.40 4. Nick Eno (2007-08)..................................... 17.................2.51 5. Andrew Hammond (2012-13)..................... 18.................2.61 6. Andrew Hammond (2010-11)..................... 17.................2.70 7. Tyler Masters (2000-01)............................. 27.................2.75 8. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)............................. 27.................2.77 9. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)............................. 25.................2.83 10. Terry Miskolczi (1971-72)............................ 8..................2.87 11. Andrew Hammond (2011-12)..................... 28.................2.90

Saves (CCHA Games)

Goaltender (Year) Games Saves 1. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)............................. 27.................839 2. Gary Kruzich (1985-86)............................... 28.................826 3. Tyler Masters (2000-01)............................. 27.................787 4. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)............................. 25.................759 5. Paul Connell (1988-89)............................... 30.................748 6. Mike David (1981-82)................................. 26.................719 7. Gary Kruzich (1984-85)............................... 24.................714 8. Andrew Hammond (2011-12)..................... 28.................694 9. Tyler Masters (2001-02)............................. 31.................671 10. Mike Savard (1998-99)................................ 27.................670 11. Paul Connell (1987-88)............................... 27.................615 12. Shawn Timm (1997-98).............................. 21.................614 13. Jimmy Spratt (2006-07).............................. 23.................610

Save Percentage (CCHA Games)

Goaltender (Year) Games SV% 1. Brian Stankiewicz (1977-78) 14 93.2 2. Al Sarachman (1975-76).............................. 7..................92.2 3. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)............................. 27.................91.9 4. Nick Eno (2007-08)..................................... 17.................91.8 5. Wally Charko (1978-79).............................. 21.................91.8 6. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)............................. 25.................91.6 7. Tyler Masters (2000-01)............................. 27.................91.5 8. Andrew Hammond (2010-11)..................... 17.................91.3 9. Jordan Sigalet (2002-03)............................. 17.................91.2 10. Terry Miskolczi (1971-72)............................ 8..................90.9 11. Tyler Masters (2001-02)............................. 22.................90.2 12. Nick Eno (2009-10)..................................... 24.................89.8 Jordan Sigalet (2001-02).............................. 8..................89.8 Tyler Masters (1999-00)............................. 24.................89.8 Andrew Hammond (2012-11)..................... 28.................89.8

Minutes (CCHA Games)

Goaltender (Years) Games Minutes 1. Paul Connell (1988-89)......................... 30................ 1,780:33 2. Andrew Hammond (2012-11)............... 28................ 1,636:27 3. Gary Kruzich (1985-86)......................... 28................ 1,614:25 4. Jordan Sigalet (2003-04)....................... 27................ 1,600:52 5. Tyler Masters (2000-01)....................... 27................ 1,590:12 6. Mike David (1981-82)........................... 26................ 1,581:22 7. Paul Connell (1987-88)......................... 27................ 1,581:03 8. Gary Kruzich (1986-87)......................... 27................ 1,564:01 9. Mike Savard (1998-99).......................... 27................ 1,556:00 10. Jordan Sigalet (2004-05)....................... 25................ 1,484:23 11. Gary Kruzich (1984-85)......................... 24................ 1,393:16 12. Bob Petrie (1993-94)............................ 24................ 1,370:21