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MAINE HOCKEY Contents The University of Maine Front Cover........................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Princeton Reviews................................................................................................................................................................ 2 Table of Contents.................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Alfond Arena .........................................................................................................................................................4-5, 24-25 Maine Hockey Game Day...................................................................................................................................................6-7 University of Maine ..................................................................................................................................................... 8,9,12 You’re In a Great Place........................................................................................................................................................ 10 Blue Sky Project................................................................................................................................................................. 11 Points of Pride.................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Outstanding Support for Student-Athletes...................................................................................................................14-15 Maine Hockey in the NCAA’s................................................................................................................................................. 9 Tradition of Success............................................................................................................................................................ 16 Maine Hockey Halls of Fame............................................................................................................................................... 17 Maine Locker Room............................................................................................................................................................ 18 Shawn Walsh Hockey Center.............................................................................................................................................. 19 Strength and Conditioning................................................................................................................................................. 20 Athletic Training................................................................................................................................................................. 21 Campus Recreation............................................................................................................................................................ 22 Surrounding Area............................................................................................................................................................... 23 This is Hockey East.............................................................................................................................................................. 26 NCAA Tournaments............................................................................................................................................................ 27 Championships.............................................................................................................................................................28-29 Frozen Fenway..............................................................................................................................................................30-31 Maine Hockey 2012-2013 Coaches and Staff.................................................................................................................32-38 Maine Roster...................................................................................................................................................................... 39 Player Bios....................................................................................................................................................................40-59 2011-2012 Statistics.....................................................................................................................................................60-61 2012–2013 Opponents.................................................................................................................................................62-66 All-Time Opponents........................................................................................................................................................... 67 100-Point Scorers............................................................................................................................................................... 67 All-Time Season Results................................................................................................................................................68-75 Black Bear Letterwinners..............................................................................................................................................76-77 Black Bears By the Number...........................................................................................................................................78-79 Black Bear Records........................................................................................................................................................80-81 Black Bear Leaderboards...............................................................................................................................................82-83 Hobey Baker Award Winners.............................................................................................................................................. 84 Hobey Baker Finalists....................................................................................................................................................85-86 Black Bear All-Americans..............................................................................................................................................89-93 Black Bear Honors.........................................................................................................................................................88-92 Year-By-Year Leaders......................................................................................................................................................... 94 Black Bears in the NHL..................................................................................................................................................95-96 Maine Hockey Quick Facts.................................................................................................................................................. 97 Media Information............................................................................................................................................................. 98 Black Bears in the NHL............................................................................................................................... Inside Back Cover Road to the Frozen Four........................................................................................................................................ Back Cover

Credits

The 2012–13 University of Maine Men’s Hockey Guide is a publication of the University of Maine Athletic Media Relations Office. Written and edited by: Laura Reed. Photography: Peter Buehner, Steve Babineau, Michael York, William Drake (Maine Department of University Relations), Josh Gibney (NCAA Frozen Four), Monty Rand, Al Pelletier, Jack Walas, C.W. Pack, Dan Kerluke and Laura Reed. Front cover designed by John Diamond. Inside back cover photographs provided by Nashville Predators (John Russell), Tampa Bay Lightning, Vancouver Canucks (Jeff Vinnick), New York Islanders, Anaheim Ducks (Debora Robinson), Detroit Red Wings, Colorado Avalanche, Minnesota Wild, Philadelphia Flyers, New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues, and Getty Images. Front cover designed by Emily Davidson. In complying with the letter and spirit of applicable laws and pursuing its own goals of diversity, the University of Maine shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, including transgender status or gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, or veterans status in employment, education, and all other areas of the University System. The University provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. Questions and complaints about discrimination in any area of the University should be directed to: Director of Equal Opportunity, the University of Maine, 5754 North Stevens Hall, Room 101, Orono, Maine 04469-5754, telephone (207) 581-1226, TTY (207) 581-9484.

2012-13 Schedule October 6 Quinnipiac Orono, Maine 7 PM 7 New Brunswick (exh.) Orono, Maine 4 PM 2012 Ice Breaker - Kansas City 12 vs. Notre Dame Kansas City, Mo. 7:00 PM 13 vs. Army/Nebraska-Omaha Kansas City, Mo. 4:30 / 7 PM 19 St. Lawrence Orono, Maine 7 PM 20 St. Lawrence Orono, Maine 7 PM 26 at Providence * Providence, R.I. 7 PM 27 at Providence * Providence, R.I. 7 PM November 2 Boston College * Orono, Maine 7 PM 4 New Hampshire * Orono, Maine 4 PM 9 at UMass Lowell * Lowell, Mass. 7 PM 10 at UMass Lowell * Lowell, Mass. 7 PM 16 UMass * Orono, Maine 7 PM 30 Vermont * Orono, Maine 8 PM December 1 Vermont * Orono, Maine 7 PM 8 at Boston University * Boston, Mass. 8 PM 28 at Florida College Classic Estero, Fla. TBA   vs. Minnesota-Duluth 29 at Florida College Classic Estero, Fla. TBA   vs. Cornell / Ferris State January 4 vs. Mercyhurst Portland, Maine 7 PM 5 Mercyhurst Orono, Maine 7 PM 11 at Northeastern * Boston, Mass. 7 PM 12 at Merrimack * Boston, Mass. 7 PM 18 Merrimack * Orono, Maine 7 PM 19 Merrimack * Orono, Maine 7 PM 25 at Boston College * Chestnut Hill, Mass. 7 PM 26 at Boston College * Chestnut Hill, Mass. 7 PM February 1 Providence * Orono, Maine 7 PM 3 UMass Lowell * Orono, Maine 2 PM 9 at Vermont * Burlington, Vt. 3:30 PM 15 Boston University * Orono, Maine 7:30 PM 16 Boston University * Orono, Maine 7 PM 22 at UMass * Amherst, Mass. 7 PM 23 at UMass * Amherst, Mass. 7 PM March 1 Northeastern * Orono, Maine 7 PM 2 Northeastern * Orono, Maine 7 PM 8 at New Hampshire * Durham, N.H. 7:30 PM 9 at New Hampshire * Durham, N.H. 7 PM 15-17 Hockey East Quarterfinals TBA TBA 22 Hockey East Semifinals Boston, Mass. TBA 23 Hockey East Finals Boston, Mass. TBA 29-31NCAA Regionals TBA TBA April 11-13Frozen Four at Pittsburgh TBA TBA * - Hockey East Conference Game

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UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

• Founded in 1865. • Ranked in the top 15% of America’s Colleges by Forbes Magazine. • Enrollment: 11,168; 8,911 undergraduate (fall 2011). • More than 90 majors and academic programs. • Maine’s only Division I athletics program. • Students from 44 U.S. states and territories, and 84 countries (fall 2011). • More than 200 student clubs and organizations. • 15:1 student-faculty ratio. • Median undergraduate class size: 19. • The student retention from first to second year is 78 percent, with majors in the Maine Business School, the College of Engineering and the College of Education and Human Development reaching roughly 83 percent. • For Maine residents, annual tuition, fees, room and board cost about $19,500, and for nonresidents, about $35,250 in 2011-12. 8

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• UMaine, sited on 660 acres on Marsh Island, consists of 37 academic buildings, 30 administrative buildings, 18 residence halls, 18 specific laboratory facilities, 14 Greek life houses, 4 dining facilities and 10 sports facilities. • The University of Maine has five research farms in the state — Aroostook Farm in Presque Isle; Blueberry Hill Farm in Jonesboro; Rogers Farm in Stillwater; Highmoor Farm in Monmouth; and J.F. Witter Teaching and Research Center in Old Town — and a marine sciences research facility, the Darling Marine Center in Walpole, Maine. • University of Maine Cooperative Extension has 16 offices serving all Maine counties and the UMaine campus; operates four Marine Extension Team facilities in partnership with Maine Sea Grant; and operates three 4-H camps. • UMaine’s campus was designed by legendary landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, who also designed Central Park in New York City and the White House grounds in Washington, D.C. • In 2003, the entire UMaine campus was designated as an arboretum. • There are 15 miles of running, biking and cross-country skiing trails on campus.

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE President Paul Ferguson

Paul W. Ferguson became the 19th president of the University of Maine in July 2011.

A Southern California native, President Ferguson is a Whittier College graduate who earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and toxicology at the University of California, Davis in 1981. He is an accomplished health scientist with a 30-year record of scholarship as an award-winning professor in the fields of toxicology and public health. President Ferguson rose through the academic ranks, leading research and outreach efforts in four states to assess and reduce potential health risks from chemical exposures. During this time, Dr. Ferguson also worked as a senior toxicologist for Unocal Corporation, a Los Angeles-based international energy resources company. Since 1993, Dr. Ferguson has progressed through academic administration, initially serving as vice provost and dean of graduate studies and research at the University of Louisiana, Monroe. At the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, he was vice president for research and graduate studies. Prior to joining the University of Maine, Dr. Ferguson was at the Edwardsville campus of Southern Illinois University, where he was provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. As a campus leader highly regarded for his commitment to engagement, inclusivity and quality, President Ferguson has a demonstrated record of university transformations in the areas of increased research and economic development, university-community partnerships, student success, faculty development and academic quality. Currently, President Ferguson is leading an inclusive, campus-wide planning and implementation process to elevate the University of Maine to new levels of excellence as the most distinctive 21st-century land-grant university of its kind in the nation.

Director of Athletics Steve Abbott   Steve Abbott was named Director of Athletics at the University of Maine on August 20, 2010. He comes to Maine with a wealth of knowledge of Black Bear athletics. Abbott grew up in Orono and his father, Walt, was a professor, head football coach and athletic administrator at Maine for 50 years. Formerly an attorney for Pierce Atwood, northern New England’s largest law firm, Abbott served as Chief of Staff for Senator Susan Collins from 1997 through 2009. He was the top advisor to Senator Collins from her first year through her rise to prominence in the Senate, including her Chairmanship of the Homeland Security Committee. Abbott managed her Washington office and her six Maine offices. He supervised a staff of more than fifty and worked extensively with Maine constituents including business, state and academic leaders. Abbott is a 1985 graduate of Harvard College with a degree in history. He was captain of the Harvard football team in 1984. He graduated from the University of Maine School of Law in 1991. He also studied Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts.

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YOU’RE IN A GREAT PLACE Maine’s Flagship at a Glance Ranked as one of the top national universities by P r i n c e t o n R e v i e w, F o r b e s , U. S . N e w s a n d Wo r l d Repor t, and Fiske Guide • ranked as one of the N a t i o n a l S c i e n c e F o u n d a t i o n ’s t o p 1 0 0 p u b l i c u n i versities for research • annual research expendit u r e s o f m o r e t h a n $ 1 0 0 m i l l i o n • M a i n e ’s o n l y N C A A D i v i s i o n I a t h l e t i c s p r o g r a m w i t h 1 7 m e n ’s a n d w o m e n ’s t e a m s • M a i n e ’s m o s t c o m p r e h e n s i v e academic experience with more than 90 majors and a c a d e m i c p r o g r a m s , 7 5 m a s t e r ’s p r o g r a m s a n d 3 0 d o c t o r a l p r o g r a m s • h o m e t o o n e o f t h e n a t i o n ’s o l d e s t h o n o r s p r o g r a m s • M a i n e ’s o n l y f e d e r a l l y designated land grant and sea grant institution • ever y $1 invested by the state in UMaine is associated with $8 in total statewide economic activity • winner of two NCAA Division I National Champio n s h i p s i n m e n ’s i c e h o c k e y • r a n k e d a s o n e o f 1 6 c o l l e g e s n a t i o n w i d e o n P r i n c e t o n R e v i e w ’s G r e e n Honor Roll • more than 100,000 alumni worldwide

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BLUE SKY PROJECT

  University of Maine President Paul Ferguson has officially released a strategic plan that creates a blueprint for the state’s flagship public university to become one of the most distinctive universities in the country for student achievement and community engagement.   The plan, “The Blue Sky Project: Reaffirming Public Higher Education at Maine’s Flagship University,” was accepted by the University of Maine System trustees at their board meeting in Bangor July 9.   “This plan isn’t just about making the University of Maine a bigger, better and more financially sustainable institution,” says Ferguson. “It also is about reconnecting the university to the people of Maine so that we can have a major impact on the future growth and prosperity of our state in the 21st century.”   The plan is centered around investing in UMaine’s existing areas of distinction and launching a number of new initiatives to better align the university’s resources and programs with the needs of the state. It outlines five strategic pathways, summarized as the “Five M’s,” and a series of related initiatives and strategies to transform UMaine in the next five years:   Maine’s Renewal – Ensure that UMaine teaching, research, outreach, workforce and economic development program excellence are in close alignment with Maine’s priority needs. Initiatives include increasing campus/private sector partnerships by 50 percent in the next five years, and aligning technology and educational programs with Maine’s economic infrastructure needs.   Money and Management – Optimize operating efficiencies and control expenditures within a financially sustainable business model, and seek new and entrepreneurial revenue sources. Initiatives include a new enrollment management unit and a plan to potentially increase enrollment to 15,000 (from 11,168 in 2012), increasing the number of out-of-state and international students, and increasing academic partnerships with Maine’s community colleges.

  Morale and Marketing – Invest in faculty and staff professional development, refresh the UMaine brand and improve communication among all constituencies. Initiatives include establishing consistent and high-quality brand standards to better promote UMaine, harnessing the goodwill of alumni for student internships and career networking, and promoting UMaine’s role in athletics as the state’s only NCAA Division I school.   Mentoring and Modeling – Promote undergraduate and graduate opportunities for student success, including value-added residential life, research fellowships, internships, and more effective advising and learning environments. Initiatives include developing new models for learning to better prepare graduates for meaningful jobs and lives, establishing an outcomes-based assessment of all academic programs, and increasing the number of externally funded opportunities for hands-on student research.   Master Plan and Maintenance – Restore and create UMaine’s physical plant and technology infrastructure to ensure a vibrant place of learning and discovery. Initiatives include a Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) approach to managing UMaine’s $1 billion in infrastructure and real estate, fully funding appropriate levels of campus upkeep and beautification, and continuing to implement campus sustainability initiatives.   Ferguson, who came to UMaine in July 2011 and was formally inaugurated as the 19th president this past April, began the “Blue Sky” project shortly after arriving on campus. From November 2011 to April of this year, a 26-member leadership team, made up of faculty, staff, students and alumni, met weekly to develop the plan. More than 30 informational meetings attracted hundreds of participants and more than 250 contributors submitted “blue sky ideas.”   “This has been a comprehensive, inclusive process that has united the entire University community around a renewed sense of pride, purpose and commitment to serving the people of Maine,” Ferguson says. “There is much work to be done, but we see blues skies ahead for this great University and the State of Maine.”

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UNIVERSITY OF MAINE

Undergraduate Degrees Offered at the University of Maine Accounting Animal and Veterinary Sciences Anthropology Art Education Art History Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Botany Business Administration Chemistry Child Development and Family Relations Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Communication Sciences and Disorders Computer Science Early Childhood Education Earth Sciences Ecology and Environmental Sciences Economics Elementary Education Engineering – Bioengineering – Chemical – Civil – Computer – Electrical – Engineering Physics

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– Environmental – Mechanical – Pulp and Paper Engineering Technology – Construction Management – Electrical Technology – Mechanical Technology – Surveying English Environmental Horticulture Explorations Finance Financial Economics Food Science and Human Nutrition Forest Operations, Bioproducts and Bioenergy Forestry Franco-American Studies French Health Professions History Interdisciplinary Studies International Affairs – Anthropology – Canadian Studies – History – Modern Languages – Political Science – Women’s Studies

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International Business Journalism Kinesiology and Physical Education Management Marine Sciences Marketing Mass Communication Mathematics Microbiology Modern Languages Molecular and Cellular Biology Music Music Education Music Performance New Media Nursing Parks, Recreation and Tourism Philosophy Physics Political Science Pre-Dental Pre-Law Pre-Medical Pre-Optometry Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Veterinary Psychology Romance Languages

ROTC Army and Navy Secondary Education – English – Foreign Languages – Mathematics – Science – Social Studies Social Work Sociology Spanish Studio Art Sustainable Agriculture Theatre University Studies Wildlife Ecology Zoology 5-year Degree Programs: • Liberal Arts and Engineering or Technology dual Forever” Providence College,Engineering where he established the “Friars degree campaign and Friar Athletic Fund. He began his career at the • B.A./B.S. in Liberal Arts with an University of Miami working in corporate sales/athletic develM.B.A. opment. James has also worked at the University of Nebraska. • B.A./B.S. in Engineering with an He received a M.B.A. bachelor’s degree in marketing in 1992 from Minnesota State-Mankato, earned aArts master’s • B.A./B.S.and in Liberal withdegree an from St. Thomas University Fla.) in 1994. M.A.(Miami, in Teaching James and his•wife, Kelly, reside and in Veazie withEcology their B.S. in Forestry Wildlife

BLACK BEAR POINTS OF PRIDE Historic Achievements

>> Maine has celebrated two NCAA championships in men’s ice hockey. Maine defeated Lake Superior State, 5-4, to capture the school’s first crown in 1993, and then knocked off New Hampshire, 3-2, to win the school’s second title in 1999.

>> Every year since 1986, at least one Black Bear team or individual has competed in an NCAA Championship event. >> The Black Bear baseball team has made seven appearances in the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. >> The following is a list of conference titles in Maine history: Men’s Ice Hockey Hockey East-1989, 1992, 1993, 2000, 2004 Baseball America East-1990, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011 Men’s Cross Country America East-2004 Softball America East-1994, 2004, 2006 Football Yankee Conference-1949, 1951, 1952, 1961, 1965, 1974, 1982, 1987, 1989 Atlantic 10 - 2001, 2002 Women’s Basketball America East-1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 199394, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05 Men’s Outdoor Track America East-1995

Football Advanced to the Final Eight of the FCS Playoffs

Spencer Abbott

Kelly Newton

Jerron McMillian Corey Conner

Athletic Success In 2011-12 • UMaine has won two NCAA Division I National Championships in men’s ice hockey in addition to 18 NCAA appearances and 11 Frozen Four appearances. • Alfond Arena recognized as the college hockey rink with the “Best Atmosphere”by the Wall Street Journal (2011). •Two Hobey Baker Award winners from UMaine (Scott Pellerin and Paul Kariya), recognized as the top NCAA men’s ice hockey player.

• UMaine football has won 11 conference titles and made six NCAA Tournament appearances, including three NCAA Final Eight appearances in the last 10 years. Maine played in the 1965 Tangerine Bowl. • UMaine football has had 43 players in NFL camps. There are currently eight players listed on NFL rosters. UMaine football has produced 35 All-Americans (2012). • Three Black Bears have played in the Super Bowl.

•46 former Black Bears play in the NHL. John Tortorella is head coach of the New York Rangers. Garth Snow is general manager of the New York Islanders.

• UMaine softball has won three conference titles and made UMaine’s first NCAA appearance by a women’s team in 1994.

• UMaine baseball has seven CollegeWorld Series appearances and 16 NCAA regional appearances. Baseball has won seven conference titles, including the 2011 championship.

• Former UMaine men’s basketball player Rick Carlisle led the Dallas Mavericks to a 2011 NBA Championship win, while Jim Boylan is an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers.

• UMaine baseball has had seven major league players in addition to coaches Brian Butterfield and Carl“Stump”Merrill. • UMaine women’s basketball has won 13 conference titles and made seven NCAA Tournament appearances. Four All-Americans have combined for 14 All-American honors.

• UMaine field hockey received its highest national ranking ever in 2011 when it was ranked 10th in the nation. • Track and field great Viktoria Rybalko competed in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics and recently returned to UMaine as an assistant coach. • UMaine track has garnered three All-America honors in the last two years.

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OUTSTANDING SUPPORT Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes:

Athletic academic counselors are committed to providing the environment and support necessary to empower student-athletes to achieve their full academic potential, culminating in a degree from the University of Maine.

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Academic Support Offered

>> Individual academic counseling >> Tracking of academic eligibility and progress >> Tutoring program >> Study, time management and organizational skills >> Support for students with learning disabilities >> Sezak Academic Center and study table >> Laptop loan program

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What Graduates Are Saying Kelly Newton (field hockey): “Being a student-athlete at the University of Maine has changed my life forever. The friends I have made and the memories I will take away with me are irreplaceable. Throughout the last four years, I have come to learn the true meaning of dedication, and that hard work really does pay off. I am proud to say that the University of Maine has made me a better person.” Brian Landry (men’s swimming): “Being a student-athlete here at UMaine the past four years has given me opportunities and taught me life lessons I could not have gotten anywhere else. Competing at UMaine added another dimension to my college career, prompting me to be more focused and dedicated to everything I did. I will cherish the times spent at practice and competitions. As said last year by teammate Jeremy Bender, “when you are gone you’re always a Black Bear.” Jillian O’Brien (women’s track): “During the last four years as a Black Bear, I have learned and experienced more than I ever thought possible to prepare me to be a strong, successful professional in the future. The University of Maine gave me an opportunity to get a great college education and a place to take my athletic ability to the next level. Once a Black Bear, always a Black Bear.” Andrew Rogers (men’s basketball): “I could not be prouder to declare that I am a Black Bear student-athlete. These last four years of embracing the role of two full-time jobs, being both a student and an athlete, have helped shape me as a young man. Hard work, perseverance, dedication and facing challenges head on are all daily requirements as a student-athlete. As Black Bears, it’s great to know that we will take these same characteristics into the game of life. Go Blue!” Ashley Kelley (softball): “As a member of the athletics family, I have been fortunate to meet many wonderful people while traveling around the country representing my school. Balancing classes, workouts, travel and competing at the highest level have given me the skills and confidence to be successful after graduation. The Athletics Department gives you the guidance necessary to excel on and off the field. You come in from high school as an individual but leave as a part of something really special.”

FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES Athletic Training/ Strength and Conditioning

Life Skills

>> LIFE SKILLS Seminars: Student-athletes work with the life skills coordinator and campus members to design and participate in workshops covering a variety of areas: career development, team building, alcohol and drug education and nutrition. Multicultural Programs: The University and its Athletic Department have a commitment to supporting diversity in the campus community. A liaison relationship involving full-time staff members has developed between the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Department of Athletics to promote an appreciation of diversity and to serve the athletes of different cultures. Student-Athlete Advisory Committee: Members from each of the intercollegiate sports teams meet with athletic and academic administrators regularly to help promote efficient communication between the Athletics Department and the student-athlete population.

>> TOP-RATE MEDICAL STAFF The Maine sports medicine team includes six certified athletic trainers and one graduate assistant certified athletic trainer, a team physician, an orthopedic physician, a wide variety of medical specialists and studentathletic trainers. Other specialists on the Maine athletic health care team include an optometrist, a chiropractor and a dentist.

The women’s basketball team raised $10,255 for its annual Play4Kay Breast Cancer awareness fundraiser game. Since the $10k goal was met, Coach Barron lived up to his word, having his head shaved.

Community Involvement:

Black Bear student-athletes do not just receive tremendous support. They also return the support to the local community. Events that student-athletes took part in last season included: Martin Luther King Diversity Day, Toys for Tots, Salvation Army Angel Tree, Operation Christmas Child, Play4Kay, volunteering numerous hours at both the Ronald McDonald House and the Old Town YMCA, Cub Tracks Triathlon, Warms Heads Warm Hearts, Skate with the Bears, Black Bear Mentors, Skating Strides and many more activities! Maine athletics donates thousands of dollars worth of tickets to nonprofits each year!

>> MIKE KESSOCK SPORTS MEDICINE CENTER The Mike Kessock Sports Medicine Center, in Memorial Gymnasium, houses some of the newest technology in the field of sports medicine. This facility provides injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation for student-athletes. >> SPEED, STRENGTH and CONDITIONING Maine Speed, Strength and Conditioning is a performance-based program focused on achieving success in athletic events and maintaining an injury-free environment. Philosophy: 1. Developing a mentally and physically challenging training environment that will allow athletes to maximize their ability; 2. Increase performance in athletic events; 3. Decrease the risk of injury through the teaching of progressive strength and power development exercises; 4. Identify dysfunctional movement patterns and correct the pattern. Fundamentals of an athlete: Lower-body strength; Lower-body power; Core strength; Ability to accelerate and decelerate; Mobility; Balanced upper body (posterior/anterior). >> INTERCOLLEGIATE STRENGTH CENTER IN THE LATTI FITNESS CENTER The Intercollegiate Athletic Strength Center in the Latti Fitness Center serves as the home for all varsity teams. The Intercollegiate Center is entering its sixth year as home of the Black Bears in 2012-13. >> INTERCOLLEGIATE STRENGTH CENTER BY THE NUMBERS 3 5,000 square feet 3 10,000 pounds of weights 3 10 multi purpose power racks 3 Nine Olympic platforms 3 Five various cardiovascular machines 3 Five half racks 3 Five glue/hamstring machines 3 Nine sets of Eleiko/Uesaka olympic bum per sets 3 Four slide boards 3 Electrical timing systems

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HAROLD ALFOND SPORTS ALFOND ARENA YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE

One of the finest college hockey facilities in the country, the Harold Alfond Sports Arena has served the University community since 1977. Completed in February of that year, the building was dedicated by Mr. Alfond and officials of the University on Nov. 18 at the Maine-Acadia hockey game. Alfond Arena was originally built with the generous contributions of more than 2,000 people, headed by Mr. Alfond.   In addition to being the home of the Black Bears men’s ice hockey, women’s ice hockey, men’s basketball and women’s basketball programs, the building is used by numerous hockey leagues, and for concerts and graduation ceremonies. Thanks to the demand of sellout-aftersellout at the old capacity of 3,800 and a $2 million gift from Mr. Alfond, Alfond Arena underwent a significant expansion project prior to the 1991-92 season. Mr. Alfond’s generous gift represented, at the time, the largest one-time (non-posthumous) cash contribution ever received by the University of Maine. Since 1968, Mr. Alfond has donated over $7 million to the University of Maine. He is the single largest benefactor of the University of Maine. The construction provided an additional 1,200 seats to each side of the Arena, to increase the capacity to over 5,200 for hockey games. In 1998, additional luxury boxes were added giving the arena a capacity of 5,641. In 2006, the addition of six luxury boxes, along with changes to ADAaccessible seating resulted in a capacity of 5,445. Included in the Arena expansion were additional concession areas and rest rooms, locker rooms, ticket offices, souvenir stands and improved media facilities. With the expansion, Alfond Arena also became the home of the Black Bear basketball teams, which had played home games at the Bangor Auditorium from 1988-91. An addition to the south end of the Arena in 1988 houses the Black Bears’ impressive locker room facility. Included in that expansion project was an attractive lounge for use by the hockey program and the university community. In 1990, an office addition was completed, providing the coaching and admin

istrative staff much needed room. Entering the 1993-94 season, the Black Bears had played before standing-room-only crowds in 138 consecutive regular season games. In 1995-96, Maine led Hockey East in total attendance for the fourth straight year. The Black Bears finished 10th in the nation in total attendance (104,176) and 11th in average attendance (5,483) in 2000–01. In 2003-04, Maine moved to 12th in overall attendance (104,599) and 11th in average attendance (5,505). Prior to the 2005 season, renovations were completed during the construction

of the Shawn Walsh Hockey Center that included renovated men’s, women’s, and visitor’s locker rooms. Inside the arena, a new Hockey Hall of Fame, Bear Necessities and concessions areas were added to improve the fan experience at the Alfond.   The University of Maine and the hockey program lost a great friend when Mr. Alfond passed away on Nov. 16, 2007. His legacy will always be remembered in Orono.   Major renovations were done to Alfond Arena in the summer of 2011. The surface under the ice was torn up and new pipes and surface installed. In addition, new seatbacks were installed in the lower bowl. New boards and glass were also installed in the arean. A new ventilation system was installed to provide better air quality in the arena.   In the summer of 2012, a new floor surface was installed around the concourse.

Year G Attend. 1977–78 14 30,450 1978–79 19 49,500 1979–80 15 52,700 1980–81 15 47,891 1981–82 15 39,914 1982–83 15 34,150 1983–84 15 48,550 1984–85 20 60,805 1985–86 18 58,386 1986–87 22 *82,067 1987–88 25 *107,309 1988–89 26 *112,804 1989–90 27 115,010 1990–91 24 104,827 1991–92 19 76,457 1992–93 21 *112,433 1993–94 18 *94,307 1994–95 20 *99,930 1995–96 18 *80,600 1996–97 17 85,298 1997–98 16 82,796 1998–99 16 79,508 1999–00 20 109,641 2000–01 19 104,176 2001–02 20 100,667 2002–03 21 102,875 2003–04 19 104,599 2004–05 21 108,849 2005–06 20 107,969 2006–07 16 87,815 2007–08 16 83,692 2008–09 18 85,571 2009–10 19 81,522 2010–11 16 78,847 2011–12 18 79,866

Avg. 2,175 2,605 3,513 3,193 2,661 2,277 3,237 3,040 3,244 3,730 4,292 4,339 4,260 4,367 4,024 5,353 5,239 4,997 4,478 5,018 5,174 4,969 5,482 5,483 5,033 4,898 5,505 5,183 5,385 5,448 5,231 4,754 4,291 4,928 4,437

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Att. Opponent Dates 7,001* Northern Michigan November 23, 1990 6,901* Vermont January 4, 2004 6,896* New Hampshire December 11, 1992 6,894* Harvard December 15, 2002 6,828* Notre Dame November 29, 1991 6,667* Cornell January 4, 2000 6,661* Brown December 7, 2005 6,587* Plattsburgh St. February 2, 1988 6,568* Northeastern December 3, 2000 6,182* Alaska-Fairbanks December 29, 1986 5,784* Dartmouth January 6, 2002 5,641 66 games February 4, 2006 (most recent) *- at Cumberland County Civic Center (Portland, Maine)

Att. Opponent Dates 12,209 Northeastern* December 1 & 3, 2000 11,292 Northern Michigan* November 23-24, 1990 11,282 Boston University January 12-13, 2001 11,282 Ohio State October 27-28, 2000 11,282 North Dakota October 13-14, 2000 11,282 New Hampshire January 7-8, 2000 11,282 Boston College January 28-29, 2000 11,282 Merrimack February 25-26, 2000 11,282 Massachusetts January 16-17, 2004 11,282 New Hampshire January 30-31, 2004 11,282 Boston College March 5-6, 2004 11,282 North Dakota October 8-9, 2004 11,282 Niagara October 15-16, 2004 11,282 St. Lawrence October 22-23, 2004 11,282 Boston University January 21-22, 2005 11,282 UMass-Lowell February 25-26, 2005 11,282 Denver October 14-15, 2005 11,282 Alabama-Huntsville October 21-22, 2005 11,282 New Hampshire February 3-4, 2006 *- one game at Cumberland County Civic Center (Portland,Maine)

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THIS IS HOCKEY EAST   The Hockey East Association is home to four of the last five NCAA National Champions, entering the league’s 29th season of play in 2012-2013. The league has consistently remained the strongest Division I conference from top to bottom, encompassing 10 elite Division I hockey programs. The Eagles of Boston College won their unprecedented 11th Hockey East Championship in March of 2012 and have dominated the league, winning five of the last six Hockey East Tournament titles. BC, Boston University, Maine and UMass-Lowell all qualified for the NCAA Tournament in March, marking the fourth straight year the league has placed at least three teams in the NCAA’s.   The league, along with the Boston Red Sox hosted a second Frozen Fenway doubleheader on January 7, 2012 at Fenway Park in Boston, as the University of Massachusetts squared off against the University of Vermont and the University of Maine skated against the University of New Hampshire in front of another sellout ballpark of 38,456 fans. Boston College and Boston University skated in front of 38,472 fans in the first Frozen Fenway event on January 8, 2010.   Hockey East will once again enjoy a rich television package on a national and regional basis with NBC Sports Network, CBS Sports Network and New England Sports Network (NESN) televising over 30 games in the upcoming season.   Hockey East has continued a steady rise to prominence since its founding charter on July 11, 1983, when the possibility of an apparent Ivy League departure threatened the ECAC. In response, the athletics directors from Boston College, Boston University, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence unveiled a new Division I men’s ice hockey conference. Together, Bill Flynn of Boston College, John Simpson of Boston University, Andy Mooradian of New Hampshire, Joe Zabilski of Northeastern and Lou Lamoriello of Providence launched Hockey East. Lamoriello assumed the role of the league’s first commissioner.   Later that summer, the Board of Directors added the University of Maine and the University of Lowell (now UMass Lowell). Official conference competition of the seven-team league began with the 1984-85 season, and expansion brought the league to nine teams with the additions of Merrimack College (1989) and the University of Massachusetts (1993). The entry of the University of Vermont for the 2005-06 season brought the conference membership to 10 teams, while the University of Notre Dame was accepted as the league’s 11th member on October 5, 2011 and will begin play starting in 2013-14 and most recently the University of Connecticut is the conference’s 12th program, which was announced on June 21, 2012.   Since its inception, Hockey East has set new competitive standards for college hockey success, annually compiling an impressive collective winning percentage against non-conference opponents, including a record .705 during the 2002-03 season and a .669 win percentage during the 25th anniversary season of 2008-09. Over the last 19 years, Hockey East has cemented itself as the nation’s elite college hockey league, having earned 29 of the 74 berths in the NCAA Frozen Four and boasting eight NCAA title winners: the University of Maine in 1993 and 1999, Boston University in 1995, Boston College in 2001 and 2008, Boston University in 2009 and the Eagles again most recently in 2010 and 2012. Three of the four Frozen Four participants in 1999 came from the Hockey East ranks, and in 2007, both Boston College and the University of Maine made it to the semifinal round in St. Louis, after five squads (including Boston University, Massachusetts and New Hampshire) were selected for the 16-team NCAA field. Hockey East sent three teams to the NCAA Tourna-

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ment in 2012, marking eight times in the last nine seasons that league teams have accomplished that feat.   Hockey East has proven to be an equally strong presence off the ice and in the classroom. League athletes continue to demonstrate their commitment to overall excellence, as the Hockey East All-Academic Team honored a league-record 100 student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement during the 2011-2012 academic year. Providence senior forward Andy Balysky, Merrimack senior forward Ryan Flanigan and Northeastern senior forward Mike McLaughlin shared the distinction as Hockey East Top-Scholar Athletes, as the trio earned perfect 4.0 GPA’s for the season. The league also honored five studentathletes that received “Distinguished Scholar” status. Those earning “Distinguished Scholar” status achieved a 3.0 or better in each semester over four varsity seasons. Vermont senior forward Matt Marshall and Boston University defenseman Ryan Ruikka were honored as “Distinguised Scholars”, along with Balysky, Flanigan and McLaughlin. Hockey East athletes also make a positive impact on many community service programs across the region, volunteering with youth hockey associations and community service organizations. Six Hockey East athletes have received the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award, three from each from the men’s league and women’s, and seven others have been finalists for the award. Boston College’s Brooks Dyroff won the 2011 Hockey Humanitarian Award, marking the league’s sixth honoree in as many years, for his work with his not-for-profit organization called CEO 4 Teens.   Maine’s Spencer Abbott and BC’s Brian Dumoulin were named Hobey Baker finalists, while the league boasted four All-Americans last season.   However, it is the quality of its individual players as leading athletes that most sets Hockey East apart from the rest. More than 40 Hockey East alums were regulars on NHL rosters in 2011-2012. In total, 40 active Hockey East players have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft. The league boasts 35 all-time first round picks. Boston University’s 2012-13 roster boasts a league-high 10 NHL draft

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Maine won the 2004 Hockey East title in three overtimes against Massachusetts.

picks, while cross-town rival Boston College has six players selected. A total of 534 Hockey East student-athletes have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft in the 28-year history of the league, which included 12 draftees in the 2012 Entry Draft.   The reach of Hockey East continues to grow as new state-of-the-art facilities are constructed, increasing capacities and amenities for college hockey fans. And the fans have responded with over a million spectators came out to watch Hockey East teams during the 2011-12 season for the seventh consecutive season.

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MAINE IN THE HOCKEY EAST CHAMPIONSHIPS Regular Season Titles 1987-88, 1992-93, 1994-95

Tournament Titles

1989 - Maine 5, Boston College 4 1992 - Maine 4, New Hampshire 1 1993 - Maine 5, Boston University 2 2000 - Maine 2, Boston College 1 2004 - Maine 2, Massachusetts 1

Tournament MVPs

Niko Dimitrakos was named the 2000 Hockey East Tournament MVP.

Bob Beers (1989) Scott Pellerin (1992) Jim Montgomery (1993) Niko Dimitrakos (2000) Jimmy Howard (2004)

NCAA TOURNAMENT AND FROZEN FOUR The Black Bears have appeared in 18 NCAA Tournaments over the last 24 years, with a 30-20 record. The Black Bears reached the Tournament for the first time in the 1986-87 season. One year later, Maine reached the Frozen Four for the first time and finished third. The Black Bears won the National Championship in 1993 and 1999 and have advanced to the Frozen Four on 11 occasions. Maine has reached the Frozen Four in four of the past nine seasons.

MAINE IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS 1986–87 First Round (Two games, Total goals) at Michigan State 6, Maine 2; at Michigan State 5, Maine 3; Michigan State wins 11-5 1987–88 Quarterfinals (Two games, Total goals) at Maine 5, Bowling Green 1; at Maine 4, Bowling Green 3; Maine wins 9-4 Semifinals - Lake Superior State 6, Maine 3 (at Lake Placid, N.Y.) Third Place - Maine 5, Minnesota 2 (at Lake Placid, N.Y.) 1988–89 Quarterfinals (best of three) Providence 8 at Maine 6; at Maine 3, Providence 2; at Maine 4, Providence 3 (2ot) Semifinal - Minnesota 7, Maine 4 (at St. Paul, Minn.) Third Place - Michigan State 7, Maine 4 (at St. Paul, Minn.) 1989–90 First Round (best of three) at Maine 8, Bowling Green 4; at Maine 5, Bowling Green 2 Quarterfinals (best of three) at Wisconsin 7, Maine 3; at Wisconsin 4, Maine 3 (ot) 1990–91 Quarterfinals (best of three) at Maine 4, Minnesota 0; at Maine 5, Minnesota 3 Semifinal - Northern Michigan 5, Maine 3 (at St. Paul, Minn.) 1991–92 East Regional - Michigan State 3, Maine 2 (at Providence, R.I.) 1992–93 East Regional - Maine 6, Minnesota 2 (at Worcester, Mass.) Semifinal - Maine 4, Michigan 3 (ot) (at Milwaukee, Wis.) Final - Maine 5, Lake Superior State 4 (at Milwaukee, Wis.) 1994–95 East Regional - Maine 4, Denver 2 (at Worcester, Mass.) Semifinal - Maine 4, Michigan 3 (3 ot) (at Providence, R.I.) Final - Boston University 6, Maine 2 (at Providence, R.I.) 1998–99 East Regional - Maine 4, Ohio State 2 (at Worcester, Mass.) Quarterfinal - Maine 7, Clarkson 2 (at Worcester, Mass.) Semifinal - Maine 2, Boston College 1 (ot) (at Anaheim, Calif.) Final - Maine 3, New Hampshire 2 (ot) (at Anaheim, Calif.) 1999–00 East Regional - Maine 5, Michigan 2 (at Albany, N.Y.) Semifinal - North Dakota 2, Maine 0 (at Providence, R.I.) 2000–01 East Regional - Maine 5, Minnesota 4 (ot) (at Worcester, Mass.) East Regional-Boston College 3, Maine 1 (at Worcester, Mass.) 2001–02 East Regional - Maine 4, Harvard 3 (ot) (at Worcester, Mass.) East Regional - Maine 4, Boston University 3 (at Worcester, Mass.) Semifinal - Maine 7, New Hampshire 2 (at Saint Paul, Minn.) Final - Minnesota 4, Maine 3 (ot) (at Saint Paul, Minn.) 2002–03 Midwest Regional - Michigan 2, Maine 1 (at Ann Arbor, Mich.) 2003–04 East Regional - Maine 5, Harvard 4 (at Albany, N.Y.) East Regional - Maine 2, Wisconsin 1 (ot) (at Albany, N.Y.) Semifinal - Maine 2, Boston College 1 (at Boston, Mass.) Final - Denver 1, Maine 0 (at Boston, Mass.) 2004–05 West Regional - Minnesota 1, Maine 0 (ot) (at Minneapolis, Minn.) 2005–06 East Regional - Maine 6, Harvard 1 (at Albany, N.Y.) East Regional - Maine 5, Michigan State 4 (at Albany, N.Y.) Semifinal - Wisconsin 5, Maine 2 (at Milwaukee, Wisc.) 2006–07 East Regional - Maine 4, St. Cloud State 1 (at Rochester, N.Y.) East Regional - Maine 3, Massachusetts 1 (at Rochester, N.Y.) Semifinal - Michigan State 4, Maine 2 (at St. Louis, Mo.) 20011–12 Northeast Regional - Minnesota Duluth 5, Maine 2 (at Worcester, Mass.)

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The decade of the 90’s witnessed the historic rise of Maine Hockey under the guidance of Shawn Walsh to national promi1993

The 1992–93 University of Maine hockey team stands as one of college hockey’s legendary teams. The Black Bears 42-1-2 record has never been threatened in the modern era of college hockey. Only Cornell University’s 27-0 record in 1970, the only NCAA Division I team to go undefeated, even approaches the mark set by Maine’s first national championship team.   The Black Bears blazed through the regular season, suffering only one loss, a 7-6 overtime loss to Boston University (2/19), and two ties, a 3-3 tie with Providence College (10/24) and a 4-4 tie to Clarkson University (1/15). While freshman sensation Paul Kariya tallied a 100-point season (25-75-100) and won the 1993 Hobey Baker Award, linemates Jim Montgomery (32-63-95) and Cal Ingraham (46-39-85) chipped in on college hockey’s most prolific scoring line. Montgomery would also be a Hobey Baker Award finalist.   Not to be outshone by the offensive display, future NHL standout goaltenders Garth Snow (21-0-1) and Mike Dunham (21-1-1) formed the nation’s top goaltending tandem.   The national championship wouldn’t come easy however, as Maine had to claw back from behind to defeat Michigan 4-3 to advance to the championship game. In the championship game, three Lake Superior State goals in the second period staked the Lakers to a 4-2 lead entering the third period. But, Montgomery and Kariya would answer, forever etching their mark in championship history. Montgomery scored three goals in a span of 4:35, all three goals set up by Kariya, to give Maine its first national title and a come-from-behind 5-4 victory.

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April 6, 1993 Bradley Center Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Lake Superior State 1 3 0 - 4 University of Maine 2 0 3 - 5

Goals: Period 1 Maine - Patrice Tardif (Latendresse), 0:28 Maine - Chris Ferraro (Imes, P. Ferraro), 7:10 LSSU - Bachusz (Angelelli, Ness), 17:02 Period 2 LSSU - Beddoes (unassisted), 7:01 LSSU - Hendry (Beddoes), 15:46 LSSU - Strachan (Hulett), 18:42 Period 3 Maine - Jim Montgomery (Kariya), 4:19 Maine - Jim Montgomery (Kariya, Imes), 7:40 Maine - Jim Montgomery (Kariya), 8:54 Goalies: Maine - Mike Dunham (12 shots, 8 saves),   Garth Snow (8 shots, 8 saves) LSSU - Blaine Lacher (24 shots, 19 saves)

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nence. National Championships in 1993 and 1999 further cemented the 90’s as the ‘Decade of the Black Bear.’ 1999

The 1998–99 University of Maine hockey team traveled a much less direct route to its title. Unlike the ’93 team, there would be no Hockey East title, regular season (finished second to New Hampshire) or tournament (Boston College would defeat Maine 3-2 in a semifinal game).   Regular season setbacks didn’t deter this gritty Black Bear team however, as Maine got even with both Boston College and New Hampshire when it meant the most, in the Frozen Four.   This team would also be led by a Kariya, Paul’s younger brother Steve. All-Americans Kariya and defenseman David Cullen would provide the leadership for a tenacious team that just never quit. The Black Bears clawed their way to a 31-6-4 record and a second national championship.   As with the ’93 title, nothing came easy in the Frozen Four. After defeating Ohio State 4-2 and blitzing Clarkson University 7-2, the Black Bears would have to face Boston College in their semifinal game. Goaltender Alfie Michaud matched Eagles’ goaltender Scott Clemmensen save for save, each stopped 35 shots, but shot number 37 by Bobby Stewart gave UMaine a 2-1 overtime win.   New Hampshire, led by Hobey Baker Award winner Jason Krog, awaited Maine in the championship game. The Black Bears couldn’t protect a one-goal lead in the third period, and Maine found itself in overtime once again. In the end, Michaud simply would not let his team lose, making 46 saves to earn tournament MVP honors. Marcus Gustafsson’s goal broke the deadlock 10:50 into overtime, giving the Black Bears their second national title.

April 3, 1999 Arrowhead Pond Anaheim, California Goals: Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Overtime Goalies:

University of Maine 1 1 0 1 - 3 New Hampshire 0 1 1 0 - 2 Maine - Ben Guite (Vitorino, Kerluke), 15:47 Maine - Niko Dimitrakos (Cullen, Metcalf), 4:10 UNH - Haydar (Souza, Conklin), 15:58 UNH - Souza (Krog, Haydar), 3:33 Maine - Marcus Gustafsson (Larose), 10:50 Maine - Alfie Michaud (48 shots, 46 saves) UNH - Ty Conklin (39 shots, 36 saves)

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FROZEN FENWAY 2012 On January 7, 2012, the University of Maine men’s ice hockey team played arch-rival New Hampshire in front of a school-record 38,456 fans at 2012 Frozen Fenway. Mark Anthoine and Joey Diamond both had a pair of goals in the game for Maine. Brian Flynn won it for the Black Bears in overtime with his goal just 1:29 into the extra frame. Dan Sullivan made 20 saves in goal for Maine.

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HEAD COACH TIM WHITEHEAD 12th Season Hamilton College 1985 University of Maine 1992

  Head Coach Tim Whitehead enters his 12th season at the helm of the University of Maine men’s ice hockey program. With Whitehead behind the bench, the Black Bears have continued the success that has defined the program for over three decades.   In his 11 seasons as Head Coach, the Black Bears have advanced to the NCAA Tournament seven times, played in four NCAA Frozen Fours, reached the NCAA National Championship Game twice, and won the Hockey East Tournament Championship. Over these 11 years, Maine has compiled a 239-152-46 record. In 16 seasons as a Division I Head Coach, Whitehead has a career record of 315247-57.   A former Black Bear Assistant with Shawn Walsh in 1990-91, Whitehead returned to Maine in 2001 under the most difficult and challenging circumstances. When Walsh passed away from cancer on September 24, 2001, Whitehead was named interim Head Coach. Whitehead led a team devastated by the loss of their legendary coach on an emotional run all the way into overtime of the 2002 NCAA National Championship Game in St. Paul, Minn.   Determined to do something special in honor of Coach Walsh, the Black Bears went 10-1-2 down the stretch, including wins over Boston College and Boston University in the Hockey East playoffs. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, Maine defeated Harvard 4-3 on freshman John Ronan’s overtime goal, then beat Boston University in the East Regional Final, setting up a Frozen Four matchup with the UNH Wildcats. In St. Paul, Minn., Maine’s team scored four third period goals to rout UNH 7-2, and advance to the NCAA Championship game against host Minnesota.   Although the Black Bears did not prevail versus the Minnesota Gophers that night, the message had certainly been sent that Maine Hockey’s proud tradition of success would continue to grow. Whitehead and his staff had delivered a remarkable coaching performance, for which he earned the AHCA’s 2002 Spencer Penrose Award as Division 1 National Coach of the Year. Following the season, Whitehead was introduced as the third Head Coach in Maine Hockey history on April 8, 2002.   Throughout his career, Coach Whitehead has earned a reputation for getting his teams to play their best at the end of the season, especially in the NCAA Tournament. In fact, Whitehead’s .588 NCAA winning percentage ranks second All-Time among Hockey East coaches, and fourth among all active NCAA Division 1 coaches. Coach Whitehead’s teams are a perfect 4-0 against Hockey East teams in NCAA competition; with victories over BU and UNH in ’02, BC in ’04, and UMass in ’07.   The 2011–2012 season featured a return to the NCAA Tournament. Maine won 23 games during the season, earning a berth in the 2012 Hockey East Title game against eventual National Champion Boston College. The Black Bears went on to face 2011 defending National Champion Minnesota-

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Duluth in the 2012 NCAA Regionals.   The regular season was filled with highlights. Maine defeated Massachusetts to win the 2011 Florida College Classic, giving Coach Whitehead his 250th career victory. Maine defeated New Hampshire in overtime in front of 38,456 fans at Fenway Park on Jan. 7. Jan. 20th started a stretch that will be remembered for a long time. Maine defeated third-ranked Boston College 4-3 and 7-4. The two losses were the last for the Eagles during the season. Maine then went to #2 Boston University and swept the Terriers 4-2 and 3-1.   The Black Bears finished the regular season with a 1-0 victory over UNH to clinch home ice in the playoffs for the second time in three years. Maine defeated Merrimack in a best of three quarterfinal series, and then topped BU in the semi-final at the TD Garden 5-3.   Senior forward Spencer Abbott led the nation in points per game and assists per game. He was named Hockey East Player of the Year in 2012, a First-Team All-American and a Hobey Baker Hat Trick Finalist. In addition, Abbott, Brian Flynn and Joey Diamond finished as the top three scorers in Hockey East.   Maine finished 17-12-7 during the 2010–2011 season. The early part of the season was highlighted by a weekend sweep of then second ranked North Dakota, including a 7-3 win on national tv. Late in the season, the Black Bears put together a six game winning streak, which included a weekend sweep of fourth-ranked Merrimack.   The Black Bears were led by two-time All-American Gustav Nyquist, who led the team in scoring with 18 goals and 31 assists for 51 points. It was the second straight year that he eclipsed the 50-point plateau. Nyquist was once again named one of 10 finalists for the annual Hobey Baker Award, given to the nation’s top player.   The 2009-2010 season got Black Bear fans thinking about the glory days of Maine hockey. Midway through the season, the Black Bears put together a run of 10-2-2 en route to the 2009 Florida College Classic Championship. The Black Bears won three of their last four games, including a pair of Hockey East quarterfinals wins against UML, and a 5-2 victory over defending national champion Boston University at the TD Garden. The Black Bears fell 7-6 in overtime to eventual national champion Boston College in the 2010 Hockey East Title game.   Maine’s power play led the nation in scoring in 2009-10, converting at an impressive 27.7 percent clip with the man advantage. Sophomore standout Gustav Nyquist, who was named to the Hobey Baker Hat Trick, led the nation in scoring. Maine also excelled in the classroom, posting a 3.07 cumulative grade point average.   The Black Bears got off to a great start during the 2008-09 season, posting a 10-5-1 record in their first 16 games. Maine earned a Hockey East playoff berth and took on top-ranked Boston University in a best-of-three series. The Black Bears handed the eventual national champions a 6-3 loss in the second game of the series. It was BU’s only loss in its last 25 games of the season. The 2008-09 Black Bears posted a 3.22 team GPA for the spring semester, the highest in the program’s history, breaking their own mark from the previous year.   During the 2007-08, when a young Maine team fought through a tough year filled with serious injuries to key players, the Black Bears rose up to play their best down the stretch. Maine won five of their last six games, including two dramatic victories in overtime at the Alfond Arena.

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  In 2006-07, after losing their last four Hockey East games to UMass when starting goalie Ben Bishop suffered a knee injury, the Black Bears bounced back strong in the NCAA Tournament, knocking off St. Cloud State 4-1, and getting revenge over UMass 3-1, to win the NCAA Northeast Regional in Rochester, NY. Maine advanced to the Frozen Four for the 11th time in school history, and fourth time in six years under Coach Whitehead. The Black Bears were defeated by eventual National Champion, Michigan State, in St. Louis, but Maine’s 23-15-2 final record marked the program’s 9th straight 20-win season, and 6th in a row for Coach Tim Whitehead.   Maine has excelled in Special Teams play during Whitehead’s tenure. In 2006-07, Maine’s 25.4 power play percentage was first in the Nation. The previous year in 2005-06, the Black Bears had the top penalty kill in the country and the 5th ranked power play.   In 2005-06, the Black Bears finished tied for second in Hockey East regular season play, and recorded a strong 28-12-2 overall record. The Black Bears rode the strength of their Special Team’s play to reach the Hockey East semifinals for the third-straight season and earn a bid to their eighthstraight NCAA Tournament. In the NCAA’s, Maine defeated ECAC Tournament Champion Harvard 6-1, and then beat CCHA Tournament Champion Michigan State 5-4 in the Regional Final. Maine lost to eventual National Champion Wisconsin at the Frozen Four in Milwaukee.   Despite a slow start to the 2004-05 Season, Maine went unbeaten in eight-straight games in January. Key wins down the stretch of the season gave the Black Bears home ice in the Hockey East playoffs for the sixth straight year. Maine advanced to the Hockey East semifinals with back-to-back wins over UMass Lowell, but were defeated by Boston College at the Fleet Center in double overtime 2-1. Maine qualified for the NCAA Tournament for the 15th time in school history. The Black Bears went toe to toe playing Minnesota on their home ice, as Jimmy Howard made 37 saves, but they lost

1-0 in OT, finishing the season at 20-13-7.   Team defense has also been a trademark of Coach Whitehead’s teams at Maine. In fact, his 2003-04 Black Bears led the nation in both team defense and winning percentage with a 33-8-3 record. The 2003-04 season began with Maine knocking off two-time defending National Champion Minnesota in the first game of the season, and the Black Bears captured the Maverick Stampede Tournament title the following night with a 6-2 win over Wisconsin. After winning the first seven games of the season, the Black Bears were ranked first in the nation.   A loss at UMass Lowell on February 27 set the stage for Maine’s amazing run in the 2004 postseason. Beginning with a 4-3 overtime win in the season finale against Boston College, the Black Bears won eight straight one-goal games. The winning streak included a triple overtime thriller against Massachusetts in the Hockey East Championship, won by the Black Bears 2-1. It was the longest game in Hockey East Tournament history, with Jimmy Howard stopping 66 shots (a Hockey East record), and Ben Murphy scoring the game-winner.   In the first round of the NCAA’s, Maine rallied for a memorable 5-4 comeback win over Harvard, overcoming a three-goal deficit by scoring four goals in the third period. After a 2-1 overtime win over Wisconsin in the Regional Finals, Maine faced Hockey East rival Boston College at the Fleet Center in the Frozen Four and came away with a 2-1 win. The season ended with a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to Denver in the National Championship Game.   Maine got off to a fast start in 2002-03, and finished with a 24-10-5 record. Whitehead led Maine to the Black Bear Classic and Florida College Classic Championships, and completed the Hockey East regular season just two points out of first place. The Black Bears earned their fifth-straight NCAA Tournament berth, but once again had to face an opponent in their own rink. Maine lost a hard-fought 2-1 decision in the West Regional to Michigan at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor.     Whitehead came to Maine after serving as Head

HEAD COACH TIM WHITEHEAD Coach of UMass Lowell for five seasons where he compiled a record of 76-93-11, including a 19-16-3 record in 2000-01 in which the River Hawks advanced to the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament for the third time in five years, after upsetting UNH in a three-game playoff series in Durham, NH. Following the season, Whitehead was honored as a finalist for AHCA National Coach of the Year for the 2nd time at UMass Lowell. While at Lowell, Whitehead also received the 1996 University Medal for Community Service.   Prior to running the UMass Lowell program, Whitehead spent five years as an assistant with the River Hawks under former Maine assistant Bruce Crowder, helping Crowder win the AHCA’s National Coach of the Year honors in 1996. UMass Lowell reached the NCAA final eight in 1994 and 1996. Whitehead recruited two Hockey East Rookies of the Year (Greg Bullock ’94 and Greg Koehler ’97) and landed Lowell’s only NHL 1st round draft pick ever, Ron Hainsey to quarterback his power play from 1999-2001. Hainsey currently patrols the blueline for the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets.   Previously, Whitehead served as a Graduate Assistant Coach at Maine in 1990-91 with Shawn Walsh. That team made it to the Hockey East Championship game and advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Tournament. Maine finished the season with an impressive 32-9-2 mark; only four Black Bear hockey teams have won more games in a season.   Before coming to Maine, Whitehead spent two seasons as an Assistant Coach with Bill Beaney at Middlebury College from 1988-90, helping Beaney win the 1990 Division III National Coach of the Year honors, on their way to becoming ECAC Tournament Finalists, with a 21-5-1 record in 1989-90. It was Middlebury’s first winning season in 10 years. After the season, Whitehead received the William Wallace Award, given annually to “the person having the most positive impact on the Middlebury hockey program by a non-player” as voted by the players.   Throughout his coaching career at Maine, UMass Lowell, and Middlebury, Coach Whitehead has earned respect as a tireless recruiter, with an eye for hidden talent. Over the years, he has recruited and coached five Hockey East Rookies of the Year, 26 All-Americans, and one Division III National Player of the Year.   Under Whitehead’s direction, Maine continues to earn praise from NHL GM’s and scouts as a program that consistently develops and produces pro players. Over 60 Maine players have now played in the NHL, and many more in the AHL and the elite leagues in Europe. Unfortunately, Maine’s track record for developing players has led to an increasing number of Black Bears signing NHL contracts after only one season, including Dustin Penner, Teddy Purcell, and Andrew Sweetland. Gustav Nyquist signed with the Detroit Red Wings following his junior year in 2010-2011 season.   Since returning to Maine in 2001, fundraising and alumni relations have also been an important part of Coach Whitehead’s work. After Coach Walsh passed away in 2001, Whitehead became the driving force behind the fundraising and construction of the $3.5 million Shawn Walsh Hockey Center, in honor of his former colleague. In addition, Whitehead reached out to former Maine Coach Jack Semler (1977-84) and his players to reconnect and honor all Maine Hockey Alums in the Maine Hockey Hall of Fame in the Alfond Arena (completed in 2005). And most recently, Coach Whitehead completed the fundraising for the $4.85 million Alfond Arena Renovation Project (AARP) on schedule for the 2011-12 season. Renovations include a new Arena floor, Ice Deck covering for basketball games, Ice Kube refrigeration system, HVAC system, boards & glass, lower bowl seating, improved sound system, and fire code & life safety upgrades.   Academic integrity and success has always been a priority for Coach Whitehead, and his team’s aca-

demic progress speaks for itself. The men’s hockey team’s graduation rate and GPA have improved dramatically and consistently over the past ten years. In fact, in the spring of 2012, the Men’s Hockey team recorded their 10th straight semester with a team GPA above 3.0. Ten Black Bears earned Hockey East All-Academic honors in 2010-11, with Jeff Dimmen and Dan Sullivan sharing the distinction of the “Hockey East Top-Scholar Athlete,” while Dimmen and Captain Tanner House received “Distinguished Scholar” Awards by achieving a 3.0 GPA or above in each semester over their four years. With the help of Academic Advisor Cristina Kerluke, Coach Whitehead has raised the bar of academic expectations quite high for his players.   Whitehead graduated from Hamilton College in 1985 with a bachelor’s degree in government. He also served as Assistant Captain of the varsity hockey team, and won the Sellers Award for team leadership and inspiration as voted by his teammates. Whitehead played two seasons of professional hockey in Europe before returning to start his career in coaching. Whitehead earned his master’s degree in education from the University of Maine in 1992.   Tim and his wife Dena live in Bangor and are the parents of two children, Natalie, 13, and Zachary, 11. Tim and Dena have been very active within the Bangor community. Some of the organizations and activities that they have been involved with include: the 14th Street School PTO, Komen Race for the Cure, the MDA telethon, the Bangor YMCA, ATA of Bangor, Bangor Youth Hockey (BYH), Maine Freeze Youth Hockey and All Souls Congregational Church.

THE WHITEHEAD FILE

■ Whitehead’s .588 NCAA Tournament winning percentage (10-7 record) ranks second all-time among all Hockey East Coaches,

and fourth among all active NCAA Division I Coaches ■ 2002 Spencer Penrose Trophy winner as Division I National Coach of the Year ■ 1997, 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2007 Spencer Penrose Trophy finalist ■ Finalist for National Coach of the Year in six of his 13 seasons as a Head Coach ■ Has Led Maine to four NCAA Frozen Fours in nine years as Head Coach ■ Led Maine to 2002 and 2004 National Championship games ■ Led Maine to the 2004 Hockey East Championship and posted a record of 33-8-3, tied for the third-most wins in school history ■ Assistant Coach of the 1990–91 Maine team that was 32-9-2 and advanced to the Frozen Four ■ Assistant Coach with Division I National Coach of the Year, Bruce Crowder, at UMass Lowell in 1996 ■ Assistant Coach with Division III National Coach of the Year, Bill Beaney, at Middlebury College in 1990 Year Record School Result 2011–12 23-14-3 Maine Hockey East Title Game, NCAA Tournament 2010–11 17-12-7 Maine Hockey East Quarterfinals 2009–10 19-17-3 Maine Hockey East Title Game 2008–09 13-22-4 Maine Hockey East Quarterfinals 2007–08 13-18-3 Maine 2006–07 23-15-2 Maine NCAA Tournament - Frozen Four 2005–06 28-12-2 Maine Hockey East Semifinalists, NCAA Tournament - Frozen Four 2004–05 20-13-7 Maine Hockey East Semifinalists, NCAA Tournament 2003–04 33-8-3 Maine Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA National Championship Finalist 2002–03 24-10-5 Maine NCAA Tournament 2001–02 26-11-7 Maine Hockey East Finalist NCAA National Championship Finalist 2000–01 19-16-3 UMass-Lowell Hockey East Semifinals 1999–00 9-22-3 UMass-Lowell 1998–99 17-19-0 UMass-Lowell Hockey East Quarterfinals 1997–98 16-17-3 UMass-Lowell Hockey East Semifinals 1996–97 15-21-2 UMass-Lowell Hockey East Semifinals Maine (11 seasons) 239-152-46 Career (15 seasons) 315-247-57

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACHES Bob Corkum

Assoc. Head Coach Fifth Season Maine ’89   Bob Corkum begins his fifth season as associate head coach of the Black Bears. Corkum has been a valuable addition to the Maine staff, helping the Black Bears excel in numerous areas.   Corkum was named Associate Head Coach by Tim Whitehead on August 22, 2008. He was a four-year letterwinner for the Black Bears and then went on to have a 12-year National Hockey League career.   Corkum has worked with Maine’s power play unit the past few years. Last season, Maine finished second in the nation, scoring 26.7 percent of the time on the power play. During the 2009–2010 season as the Black Bears led the nation in power play goals and percentage, scoring at a 27.7 percent clip with the man advantage. Yale was second in the nation with a 23.9 success rate on the power play. Corkum also worked with Maine’s centers on face-offs, the past three years. Maine has seen a dramatic improvement in its face-off percentage under Corkum’s guidance.   Corkum helps with on-ice coaching for the Black Bears, working with player skill development. He also assists in recruiting and video analysis.   This past summer, Corkum served as a assistant coach of the 2012 U.S. Under-18 Select Team. The team played five games in the Czech Republic and Solvakia during August.   During the summer of 2011, Corkum served as head coach of the 2011 U.S. Under-17 Select Team. The team posted a 4-0-0 mark en route to the Five Nations Title which included Czeck, Swiss, Germany and Slovakia.   Corkum came to Maine from the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs of the Eastern Junior Hockey League, where he served as associate head coach from 2006-2008. He was responsible for recruiting players along with working with individuals and small groups in skill development and team systems. The Junior Monarchs were very successful under his guidance. The team finished as Tier III Junior A National Champions in both 2007 and 2008. The Monarchs were Co-EJHL Season Champions in 2008, and finished as EJHL Season Champions and Playoff Champions in 2007.   In recent years, the Black Bears have had a roster full of former NH Monarchs. This season, the Black Bears have eight former NH Monarchs on its roster.   Corkum held various coaching position prior to joining the Maine staff, including USA Hockey Select 16 Coach (2006–08), Assistant Coach with the Portland Junior Pirates (2005–06), Assistant Varsity Hockey Coach at Newburyport HS (2004–05), and Assistant

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Varsity Hockey Coach at Triton HS (2003–04).   Corkum began his coaching career after a stellar 12-year, 720-game NHL career. He played for the Buffalo Sabres, Atlanta Thrashers, New Jersey Devils, Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers and the Anaheim Mighty Ducks during his career. Corkum finished his NHL career with 97 goals, 103 assists for 200 career points. Corkum had his best season in 1993–94 for the Anaheim Ducks where he scored 23 goals and added 28 assists for a career-high 51 points.   Corkum had a four-year career with the Black Bears from 1985-1989, where he played in 159 career games. He scored 56 goals and added 76 assists for 132 career points. He currently ranks 25th on Maine’s all-time scoring list.   Corkum was part of Maine’s NCAA Tournament teams in 1987, 1988 and 1989, his final three seasons at Maine. He was instrumental in leading Maine to its first pair of Frozen Four appearances in 1988 and 1989. In 1988, Maine finished third in the nation after defeating Minnesota 5-2 in Lake Placid, N.Y., in the consolation game. In 1989, Maine lost to Michigan State 7-4 in St. Paul, Minn., finishing fourth in the nation.   In 1988, Corkum was named Maine’s Most Inspirational Player.   Corkum, and his wife, Jessica, have four children: Carley, Kelen, Cain and Koby. They are also proud grandparents. Carley, and her husband, Jason Lovejoy, have a son, Parker Andrew, and reside in Westboro, Mass.

ASSOCIATE HEAD COACHES Dan Kerluke

Assoc. Head Coach Eighth Season Maine ’01   Dan Kerluke begins his eighth season as an assistant coach for the Black Bears and his fifth as an associate head coach. Kerluke played for Maine from 1997-2001 and was a member of the 1999 National Championship team.   Kerluke serves as Maine’s recruiting coordinator. He has been instrumental in recruiting some of Maine’s top players in recent years. He made several trips to Sweden and played a key role in recruiting 2010 Hobey Hat Trick selection Gustav Nyquist and also recruited 2012 Hobey Hat Trick selection Spencer Abbott. This year’s recruiting class has been highly touted by several publications. Two members of this year’s class, Devin Shore and Ben Hutton, were selected in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. Kerluke was intregal in recruiting all four classes on the 2011-2012 team. He had a hand in recruiting Maine’s top line two years ago which consisted of Tanner House, Gustav Nyquist and Brian Flynn. The trio combined to score 56 goals and add 91 assists for 147 points.   Kerluke’s recruiting class in 2008-09 scored the most points in Hockey East and included the top two goal scoring freshmen.   During the 2006–07 season, Kerluke was instrumental in working with the power play unit, which was best in the nation, as the team reached the NCAA Frozen Four. Kerluke served as volunteer assistant coach in the 2004-05 season as the Black Bears advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four in Milwaukee. He worked extensively with game video and also worked with the forwards.   Prior to Maine, Kerluke spent three seasons as Head Coach of the Bangor High School boy’s ice hockey team. He led the team to the playoffs all three seasons, and in the 2004-05 season set numerous school records, including most wins and their first-ever regular season championship. Following Maine, he spent

the 2001-02 season playing in the WCHL. He played in 14 games with the Idaho Steelheads and then went on to play in 49 games with the Fresno Falcons as they won the WCHL Championship. In four seasons with the Black Bears, Kerluke played in 152 games. He scored 54 goals, including 10 game-winners, and added 54 assists for 108 total points. As a senior in 2000-01, he posted nine goals and nine assists in 39 games played. In 1999-2000, he played in 39 games and had 12 goals and 14 assists. Kerluke earned Hockey East Academic Team honors and Maine Scholar Athlete honors. He was named Hockey East Player of the Week on March 6 after scoring three straight goals in a 3-2 win at Providence. During the 1998-99 season, he played in 41 games with 23 goals and 19 assists for 42 points. He tallied points in all four NCAA Tournament games, including an assist in the National Championship game. As a freshman, he scored 10 goals and had 12 assists in 33 games played. A native of Brampton, Ontario, Kerluke is a 2001 graduate of the University of Maine with a degree in new media. Kerluke resides in Hermon with his wife, Cristina, who works for the Maine Athletic Department in Academic Support. The couple has a daughter, Lilliana, born in 2010.

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ASSISTANT COACHES David Alexander Assistant Coach Fifth Season UNB ’06

  David Alexander begins his fifth season as volunteer assistant coach with the Black Bears. Alexander will work primarily with Maine’s goaltenders.   Last year, he worked with and mentored goalie Dan Sullivan, who established himself as a top goaltender in the conference. Sullivan finished 22-11-3 with a 2.59 goals against average and a .909 save percentage. His 36 games played last season ranks fourth all-time in Maine history in games played in a single season.   In 2010-2011, he worked with rookie netminders Dan Sullivan and Martin Ouellette who combined to play 73.2 percent of Maine’s minutes in goal last season. Sullivan set a school record when he posted a 202:48 shutout streak. He was named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team. During the season, he picked up Hockey East Player of the Week, Rookie of the Week and Defensive Player of the Week honors. Ouellette was named Hockey East Rookie of the Month and also Rookie of the Week honors during the season.   Alexander worked with rookie Scott Darling in 2008-09, who posted a 10-14-3 record with a 2.76 GAA and a .895 save percentage. He was named Hockey East Rookie of the Week three times and also earned Hockey East Rookie of the Month honors.   Alexander is a member of hockey Canada’s Under 17 Team Atlantic coaching staff that will attend the 2010 World Under 17 hockey championships.   Prior to Maine, Alexander has worked with the goaltenders of the Fredericton Midget AAA Canadiens, the Miramichi Timberwolves (MJAHL) and the St. Thomas Tommies (CIS). A number of goaltenders with these teams have not only advanced their hockey careers, but also established themselves as standouts with their respective clubs.   Clients under his watch have played Junior A, Major Junior, and for Canadian Universities. Furthermore, a number of his goaltenders have attended various National and International events. He has also coached players who have competed in the Canada Winter games, the World Under 17 Championships, the World Under 18 Championships, and tryout camps for the Canadian World Junior Team. In addition, he continues to work with a number of NHL draft picks.   He also works with Hockey New Brunswick as a goaltending consultant to all of HNB’s high performance programs. He is a member of the highly recognized Goaltending Consultant Group. He is the Director of Goaltending Development with Alexander Goaltending.   A native of Moncton, New Brunswick, he is a 2006 graduate of the University of New Brunswick where he obtained his bachelor’s degree in arts and education.   Alexander and his wife, Gillyon, reside in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The couple has a daughter, Lydia, born in early 2012.

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ALL-TIME COACHING HISTORY Joseph Murphy

1922-1923

Stanley Wallace

1923-1924

Jack Semler

1977-1983

1922-1923 2-3-0 1923-1924 4-8-0

Jack Semler was the first men’s ice hockey coach of the modern era. What began as a club team entered NCAA play in 1977 in the ECAC, NCAA Division II. After winning 25 games in the second season, Maine moved up to Divsion I for the 1979-80 season and he earned New England Coach of the Year honors in 1981. Overall, he posted a 105-112- 2 record as head coach.

1977-78 15-12-0 198182 8-21-0 1978-79 25-8-1 1982-83 5-24-0 1979-80 15-16-1 1983-84 14-20-0 1980-81 23-11-0 Career 105-112-2

Shawn Walsh

1984-2001

Shawn Walsh took over the Maine hockey team in 1984 and in the matter of a few short years turned the program into a national powerhouse. The Black Bears won the school’s first national championship in 1992–93, and once again in 1998–99 took home the nation’s top honor. He was named Hockey East Coach of the Year four times and National Coach of the Year in 1994-95.Walsh passed away on September 24, 2001.

1984-85 12-29-1 1993-94 6-29-1 1985-86 11-28-1 1994-95 32-6-6 1986-87 24-16-2 1995-96 14-3-3 1987-88 34-8-2 1996-97 15-3-0 1988-89 31-14-0 1997-98 17-15-4 1989-90 33-11-2 1998-99 31-6-4 1990-91 32-9-2 1999-2000 27-8-5 1991-92 18-17-2 2000-2001 20-12-7 1992-93 42-1-2 Career 399-215-44

Tim Whitehead

2001-Present

Tim Whitehead was named interim head coach in the fall of 2001. He took the Black Bears to the National Championship game and earned the Spencer Penrose Trophy as the National Coach of the Year. Named head coach following the season, the team returned to the Frozen Four and the National Championship game in the 2003-04 season. Whitehead has reached the Frozen Four four times in nine seasons as head coach.

2001-2002 26-11-7 2007–2008 13-18-3 2002-2003 24-10-5 2008–2009 13-22-4 2003-2004 33-8-3 2009–2010 19-17-3 2004-2005 20-13-7 2010–2011 17-12-7 2005-2006 28-12-2 2011–2012 23-14-3 2006–2007 23-15-2 Career 239-152-46

HOCKEY SUPPORT STAFF Terry O’Neill

Laura Reed

Strength and Conditioning Sixth Season Missouri ’04

Asst. AD for Public Relations 13th Season Maine ’98

  Terry O’Neill, M.S., CSCS, begins his sixth season at the University of Maine. He develops and implements the year-round strength and conditioning program for the team and oversees workouts. In addition to the men’s ice hockey team, O’Neill also is responsible for the strength and conditioning for women’s ice hockey, field hockey and swimming and driving.   Prior to arriving at Maine, O’Neill worked for two years at Canisius College as a graduate assistant. At Canisius he was directly responsible for the design and implementation of sport specific strength and conditioning programs for numerous sports, including men’s ice hockey. In 2006, he was Director of Conditioning at the CAN/AM Hockey Camp. He also spent one season as the strength and conditioning intern at Bucknell University. O’Neill received his bachelor of science degree in nutrition and fitness in 2004 from the University of Missouri, where he was also a member of the rugby team. He earned a master of science degree in physical education in 2007 from Canisius. O’Neill is an NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.   He resides in Orono with his wife, Kristen, and sons, Jack, who is 3, and Will, born this past July.

  Laura Reed begins her 13th season in the Maine Athletic Media Relations Department and sixth as Assistant Athletic Director for Public Relations. She begins her eighth season overall working with the men’s ice hockey team.   Reed, who began her career as a media relations assistant at UMass Lowell, also worked with the Maine men’s ice hockey team during the 2001–02 and 2002–03 seasons, including Maine’s NCAA run in 2002.   Reed is responsible for the public relations of Maine’s 17 sports. She works directly and travels with the men’s ice hockey and baseball programs. Reed also plays an integral role in the production of the Black Bear Insider, a bi-weekly television show featuring the Maine athletic department, its student-athletes and coaches. During the summer of 2010, she was part of a small team which redesigned Maine’s website, www.goblackbears.com(.)   In the summer of 2012, Reed was named to a campus-wide Athletics Engagement Committee, creating new ways to engage the campus community and the public in University of Maine athletics.   A native of Unity, Maine, Reed is a 1998 graduate of the University of Maine with a degree in political science and a minor in Canadian studies. An outdoor enthusiast, Reed spends the summers hiking as many mountains as she can. She resides in Old Town.

Paul Culina

Athletic Trainer & Director of Hockey Ops. 18th Season Norwich ’91   Paul Culina, was named Director of Hockey Operations for the University of Maine men’s and women’s ice hockey programs in the fall of 2012. The former head athletic trainer at Maine, Culina will oversee all operations for the hockey programs, in addition to serving as athletic trainer for the men’s ice hockey team.   Culina served as the head athletic trainer at the University of Maine since 2001.   Culina returned to working with the men’s ice hockey team during the 2007 season. Since 2001, he had served as the athletic trainer for Maine football and women’s ice hockey. He joined the Black Bear staff in 1995 and worked with the 1999 NCAA National Championship team.   During his past 17 years at Maine, he has also worked with the men’s soccer, baseball and swimming programs. Culina is also responsible for teaching several courses.   In addition to his athletic training responsibilities this season, Culina will be responsible for travel and other areas regarding operations of the men’s ice hockey program.   A native of Auburn, Maine, Culina received his bachelor of science in physical education with a minor in health education from Norwich University in 1991. He received his masters degree in education from Norwich in 1993. While at Norwich, he served as an assistant athletic trainer from 1991-94. He was an assistant athletic trainer at Bowdoin College from 1994-95. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Maine Athletic Trainers Association (MATA), along with the Professional Hockey Athletic Trainers’ Society (PHATS), College Athletic Trainers Society and the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dieticians Association. He is also the district representative to the national College and University Athletic Trainers’ Committee. Culina and his wife, Krista, have a daughter Madison and sons Benjamin and Nathan. They reside in Orono.

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HOCKEY SUPPORT STAFF Crissy Kerluke Academic Support 10th Season Maine ’03

  Crissy Kerluke begins her 10th season in Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes. As the Athletic Academic Counselor for men’s ice hockey, Kerluke is responsible for overseeing the educational development and progress towards graduation for the team. She also provides a variety of academic support services including helping the student-athletes access the numerous academic resources available through the University of Maine.   Under Kerluke’s tutelage, Maine continues to excel in the classroom. In 20112012, Kerluke helped lead the team to their best academic year in history, posting a 3.16 GPA for the year. In the fall 2011 semester, the team posted a 3.31 GPA, the highest semester in program history. Sixteen students posted a 3.0 GPA or higher for the year. The spring 2012 semester also marked the tenth consecutive semester the team has posted a 3.0 GPA or higher.   During 2010-2011, the team posted a 3.03 GPA for the year and 15 players finished at a GPA of 3.0 or higher.   During 2009–10, Maine posted a 3.07 team GPA for the year. The Black Bears had 12 student-athletes named to the annual Hockey East All-Academic Team, which was second most in the league for posting a 3.0 GPA or higher in both semesters.   During 2008-09, Maine posted a 3.12 team GPA for the year, the second highest year in program history. In the spring 2009 semester, the team posted a 3.22 GPA, their second highest semester GPA. Eighteen students posted a 3.0 GPA or higher.   During the 2007–08 season, Maine posted a 3.11 team GPA for the year. The team also led Hockey East All-Academic Team selections, with 16 student-athletes posting a 3.0 GPA or higher in both semesters.   Kerluke has also been instrumental in improving the team’s graduation rate, including assistance to former players who left early to play professional hockey. Kerluke also works with women’s ice hockey, field hockey & softball. She also coordinates tutoring and mentoring services for all Maine student-athletes. A native of St. Agatha, Maine, she resides in Hermon with her husband, Maine Associate Head coach, Dan. The couple has a daughter, Lilliana, born or April 28, 2010.

Kevin Ritz

Equipment Manager Second Season   Kevin Ritz, a former student equipment manager, begins his second season at the University of Maine. Ritz returned to Orono to work with the men’s and women’s ice hockey team during the 2011-2012 season, serving as the head equipment manager for both squads.   Beginning during the 2008–09 season, Ritz worked with the Maine women’s ice hockey team. He then spent the 2009 season at Sacred Heart University where he worked with both the men’s and women’s ice hockey teams.   During the 2010-2011 season, Ritz worked with the women’s ice hockey team at Syracuse University, where the team reached the CHA Championship.   A native of East Greenbush, N.Y., Ritz is a member of the Society of Professional Hockey Equipment Managers.

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Nannette Marchinkowski Administrative Asst. First Season

  Nannette Marcinkowski, a native of Belfast, Maine, began working as an Administrative Assistant with the Men’s Ice Hockey Program, November 14, 2011. Marcinkowski earned a B.S. in Elementary Education/Language Arts at the University of Maine in 1996 after many years of juggling full-time work at UMaine, GED tutoring and teaching in the Belfast area, and family responsibilities.   Marcinkowski is married to Dr. David Marcinkowski, Dairy Specialist of UMaine Animal Science Department/Cooperative Extension. She has two grown sons and daughters-in-law and six grandchildren who keep her very busy on weekends when she isn’t cheering for Maine Hockey!

Tyler Walsh

Student Assistant Third Season   Tyler Walsh returns for his third season assisting the University of Maine men’s ice hockey program.   Walsh assists in all areas of the program and has even spent time on the bench during games.   This season, Walsh will coordinate the team’s in-game video efforts, in addition to helping with scouting video.   Walsh is the son of former Maine head coach, the late Shawn Walsh. He is majoring in business management.

2012-13 ROSTERS

Numerical Roster

No. Name 2 Mike Cornell (C) 3 Mark Nemec (C) 4 Jake Rutt 5 Andrew Cerretani 6 Kyle Williams 7 Ryan Lomberg 10 Ben Hutton 11 Steven Swavely 12 Bill Norman 15 John Parker 16 Brice O’Connor 18 Jon Swavely 21 Kyle Beattie 22 Stu Higgins 24 Mark Anthoine 26 Adam Shemansky 28 Will Merchant 29 Connor Leen 30 Dan Sullivan 36 Matt Morris 39 Joey Diamond (C) 44 Conor Riley 51 Martin Ouellette 71 Nick Pryor 91 Klas Leidermark 94 Devin Shore Head Coach: Tim Whitehead

S/G Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Last Team R D 5-11 190 Sr. Franklin, Mass. / NH Junior Monarchs R D 6-4 215 Sr. Rouses Point, N.Y. / NH Junior Monarchs L D 6-2 210 So. Scarborough, Maine / NH Junior Monarchs R F 5-10 180 So. Pelham, N.H. / Lawrence Academy L D 5-10 190 Fr. Bowdoinham, Maine / New Hampshire Monarchs L F 5-9 180 Fr. Richmond Hill, Ontario / Muskegon Lumberjacks L D 6-3 200 Fr. Prescott, Ontario / Nepean Raiders R F 6-1 190 Fr. Reading, Pa. / New Jersey Hitmen L D 5-10 175 Fr.-r Stockholm, Sweden / Rochester Mayo R F 5-11 185 So. Green Brook, N.J. / Muskegon Lumberjacks R D 5-11 190 Jr. Londonderry, N.H. / N.H. Junior Monarchs R F 5-9 175 Jr. Reading, Pa. / New Jersey Hitmen R F 6-1 190 Sr. Avondale, Ariz. / NH Junior Monarchs R F 5-9 175 So. Troy, Mich. / Youngstown Phantoms L F 5-10 195 Jr. Lewiston, Maine / Sioux Falls Stampede L F 5-7 165 Sr. Robbinsville, N.J. / NH Junior Monarchs L F 6-1 190 Fr. Eagan, Minn. / Eagan High School L F 5-9 165 So. Chester, N.Y. / New Jersey Hitmen L G 6-2 195 Jr. York, Pa. / Texas Tornado L G 5-10 185 Fr. Ridgewood, N.J. / Dubuque Fighting Saints L F 5-8 175 Sr. Long Beach, N.Y. / Hamilton Red Wings L F/D 6-0 175 Fr. Massena, N.Y. / Valley Junior Warriors L G 6-2 180 Jr. St.-Hippolyte, Quebec / Kimball Union Academy L D 6-0 190 Sr. St. Paul, Minn. / Waterloo Black Hawks L F 5-9 180 Sr. Gavle, Sweden / Brynas L F 6-1 185 Fr. Ajax, Ontario / Whitby Fury

Associate Head Coaches: Bob Corkum, Dan Kerluke Assistant Coach: David Alexander

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 24 21 5 2 39 22 10 29 91 7 28 36 3

Name Mark Anthoine Kyle Beattie Andrew Cerretani Mike Cornell Joey Diamond Stu Higgins Ben Hutton Connor Leen Klas Leidermark Ryan Lomberg Will Merchant Matt Morris Mark Nemec

Pos. F F F D F F D F F F F G D

12 16 51 15 71 44 4 26 94 30 18 11 6

Bill Norman Brice O’Connor Matin Ouellette John Parker Nick Pryor Conor Riley Jake Rutt Adam Shemansky Devin Shore Dan Sullivan Jon Swavely Steven Swavely Kyle Williams

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Seniors (7) : Beattie, Cornell, Diamond, Leidermark, Nemec, Pryor, Shemansky Juniors (5): Anthoine, O’Connor, Ouellette, Sullivan, J. Swavely Sophomores (5): Cerretani, Higgins, Leen, Parker, Rutt Freshmen (9): Hutton, Lomberg, Merchant, Morris, Norman, Riley, Shore, S. Swavely, K. Williams Anthoine Anthoine Beattie Beattie Dan Kerluke Dan Kerluke Leidermark Leidermark Mangene Ouellette Nyquist Shemansky Ouellette Shemansky

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 24 Mark Anthoine

Junior • Forward 5-10 • 195 • Shoots Left • Sept. 6, 1990 Lewiston, Maine Sioux Falls Stampede

IN 2012–13: Enters the season having played in 55 straight games, the second longest streak on the team. IN 2011–2012: Played in all 40 games for the Black Bears... Scored 12 goals and added seven assists for 19 points... Finished the season tied for first in the nation in power play goals with 11... Scored four game-winning goals, which tied for the team lead... Scored the game-winning goal against Boston University in the 2012 Hockey East semifinals... Also had an assist in the game... Scored two goals in Maine’s 5-4 overtime victory win against New Hampshire in the 2012 Frozen Fenway... Was whistled for just three minor penalties on the season... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2010–2011: Saw action in 33 games his rookie season, the most of any Maine freshman... Scored a goal and added three assists for four points... Scored a goal in Maine’s 3-2 win over Cornell in the Florida College Classic (12/30)... Notched an assist in his first collegiate game against UMass Lowell (10/8)... Had an assist in Maine’s 7-3 win over North Dakota (10/22)... Also notched an assist in Maine’s 4-2 win over Northeastern (11/13)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star.* BEFORE MAINE: Split time between the Chicago Steel and the Sioux Falls Stampede in 2009–10... Began the season with the Chicago Steel where he saw action in 39 games... Scored 21 goals and added 18 assists for 39 points... Finished the season in Sioux Falls where he saw action in 21 games... Notched six goals and seven assists for 13 points... Was a captain for head coach Steve Poapst and the Chicago Steel in 2009–10 where he scored 10 goals and added 18 assists for 28 points in 60 games... Also played for the Steel in 2007–08 where he tallied 25 points on 12 goals and 13 assists in 52 games... Earned a spot on the 09–10 USHL All-Star Team... Named an AJHL All-Star in 2006–07 and to the MET League All-Star Team in 2005–06... Also plays tennis. PERSONAL: Born Sept. 6, 1990... A business management major... Son of Sandra and Mark Anthoine... Has two brothers, Connor and GETTING TO KNOW MARK Kellen, and a sister, Katherine... Connor is planning to attend the University of Vermont and play hockey. Hobbies: Playing guitar, watching movies, hanging out with friends Favorite Sports Team: Boston Bruins Favorite Food: Chicken and Hot Sauce Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The fans Best Advice Ever Received: ”Take advantage of every opportunity life give you, because you never know what’s to come.” Favorite TV Show: ANTHOINE’S CAREER STATISTICS True Blood Interesting Fact About YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW Mark: He’s the Godfather of his 2010–11 33 1 3 4 6/23 0 0 0 youngest brother. Favorite Quote: 2011–12 40 12 7 19 3/6 11 1 4 Dreamers Dream, Doers Do. Dream Job (other than NHL): Actor Totals 73 13 10 23 9/29 11 1 4 40

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 21 Kyle Beattie

Senior • Forward 6-1 • 190 • Shoots Right • May 29, 1991 Avondale, Ariz. NH Junior Monarchs

IN 2012–13: Enters the season having played in 58 straight games, the longest consecutive games streak on the team. 2011–2012: Played in all 40 games for the Black Bears... Scored six goals and dished out 21 assists for 27 points... Tallied the game-winning goal in Maine’s Hockey East quarterfinal game against Merrimack (3/9)... Had a pair of assists against New Hampshire in Frozen Fenway... Had a goal and an assist in back-to-back games against UMass Lowell (2/11) and UMass (2/17)... Also had a goal and an assist in Maine’s win over Boston College (1/20)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. IN 2010–2011: Had a strong sophomore season for the Black Bears... Saw action in 32 games... Scored six goals and added seven assists for 13 points... Recorded his first career two-goal game when he tallied a pair at New Hampshire (2/5)... Scored a goal and dished out an assist in Maine’s 7-1 win over Merrimack (2/26)... Had a goal in the season-opener against UMass Lowell (10/8)... Scored a goal in Maine’s 7-3 win over North Dakota (10/22)... Also notched a goal at Providence (12/4)... Maine was 9-20 in games when Beattie tallied a point. IN 2009–10: Saw action in 17 games for the Black Bears his rookie season... Scored one goal and four assists for five points... Scored first career goal in Maine’s 6-3 win at Vermont (1/29) and it turned out to be the game-winner... Had assists in back-to-back games against Northeastern (11/13 and 11/14)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE: Played for Coach Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs... Scored 20 goals and added 40 assists during the 2008-09 season... Monarchs finished as EJHL Regular Season and National Champions in 2008-09... Named a EJHL All-Star... Played for Coach Jim Johnson and the PF Changs... Had goals and 34 assists GETTING TO KNOW KYLE 17 for 51 points during Hobbies: Guitar, Beatles Rock Band the 2007-08 season... Favorite Spor ts Team: Phoenix Played for the USA U17 Select team in 2007, which won a silver medal in Prague. PERSONAL: A business Coyotes Favorite Food: Chicken, management major... Born May 29, 1991... Son of Mary Beth and Tom Beattie... Has a brother, Travis. pasta and broccoli Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The Crowd Best Advice Ever Received: Keep your shoulders back and down. Favorite Book: Dating for Dummies BEATTIE’S CAREER STATISTICS Interesting Fact About Kyle: Has YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW Never Seen the Godfather. Favor2009–10 17 1 4 5 6/12 0 0 1 ite Athlete: Randy “The Big Unit” 2010–11 32 6 7 13 10/20 0 0 1 Johnson Favorite Quote: “I play real 2011–12 40 6 21 27 12/24 0 0 1 sports, I’m not trying to be the best at exercising.” - Kenny Powers Totals 89 13 32 45 28/56 0 0 3

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 5 Andrew Cerretani

Sophomore • Forward 5-10 • 180 • Shoots Right • July 8, 1992 Pelham, N.H. Lawrence Academy

IN 2011–12: Saw action in 24 games his rookie season... Scored a goal in Maine’s 4-3 win over Alabama Huntsville (2/3)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East AllAcademic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Captain for Kevin Potter and the Lawrence Academy Spartans... Scored 21 goals and added 29 assists for 50 points in 31 games... Team went to the ISL semifinals... A two time ISL All-Star and Team MVP... Prior to Lawrence Academy, played for Malden Catholic and Chris Serino, where he helped lead the team to the Super 8 tournament three times and earned Herald Dream Team, Herald All-Scholastic and Catholic Conference All-Star. PERSONAL: A business major…Born July 8, 1992…Son of Peter and Lisa Cerretani…Has a brother, Matthew, who also plays hockey and lacrosse.

GETTING TO KNOW ANDREW Hobbies: Listening to music, spending time with friends and family, watching movies and playing Call of Duty Favorite Sports Team: New England Patriots Favorite Food: Pasta with meatballs Best Thing About Maine Hockey: Fans, tradition and camaraderie Best Advice Ever Received: Control the things you have control over. Interesting Fact About Andrew: He has broken his left collar bone three times. Favorite Athlete: Steven Stamkos and Tom Brady Favorite Quote: “In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on,” Robert Frost. 42

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CERRETANI’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2011–12 24 1 0 1 3/6 0 0 0 Totals 24 1 0 1 3/6 0 0 0

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 2 Mike Cornell

Senior • Defenseman • Captain 5-11 • 190 • Shoots Right • March 12, 1988 Franklin, Mass. New Hampshire Junior Monarchs

IN 2012–13: Will serve as a captain of the Black Bears. 2011–12: An assistant captain... played in 35 games his junior season... Scored one goal and added seven assists for eight points... Scored his lone goal against Providence (10/28).... Had a pair of assists vs. UMass in the Florida College Classic (12/30)... Dished out an assist in Maine’s NCAA Tournament game against Minnesota Duluth... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2010–11: Played in 29 games for the Black Bears... Scored a goal and added seven assists for eight points... Scored his first career goal in Maine’s 4-4 draw at Michigan State (10/14)... Had a pair of assists in the season-opener against UMass Lowell (10/8)... Also had assists in games against Northeastern (11/13), Providence (12/4), Boston College (1/16), Vermont (2/11) and UMass (3/5). 2009–10: Played in 26 games on defense for the Black Bears his rookie season... Tallied three assists... Picked up assists in games against Michigan State (10/16), St. Lawrence (10/28) and at BU (2/12)... Saw action in six straight games to end the season, including action in the Hockey East semifinals against Boston University (3/19) and the Hockey East title game against Boston College (3/20)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East Academic Honor Roll. BEFORE MAINE: Played for Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs during the 2008-09 season... Played in 45 games with six goals and 21 assists for 27 points... Served as team captain... The Monarchs finished as regular season champions and Tier III Junior A National Champions... Played for the South Shore Kings of the EJHL during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons... Scored two goals and added 19 assists for 21 points during the 2006-07 season and followed that up with six goals and 15 assists for 21 points during the 2007-08 season... Was a three-time EJHL All-Star... Won a State GETTING TO KNOW MIKE Championship at Mt. St. Charles Academy in Rhode Island. PERSONAL: Majoring in business... Born March 12, 1988... Son of Hobbies: Training, movies, tennis. Favor- Alan and Gerry Cornell... Has a brother, Sean. ite Food: Sushi Best Thing About Maine Hockey: Friday and Saturday nights at Alfond Arena. Favorite TV Show: Hardknocks Favorite Website: TSN.ca Favorite Book: Lone Survivor Favorite Athlete: Andrew Ference

CORNELL’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2009–10 26 0 3 3 10/31 0 0 0 2010–11 29 1 7 8 14/28 0 0 0 2011–12 35 1 7 8 18/58 0 0 0 Totals 90 2 17 19 42/117 0 0 0 2012-13 MEN’S HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 39 Joey Diamond

Senior • Forward • Captain 5-8 • 175 • Shoots Left • June 16, 1989 Long Beach, N.Y. Hamilton Red Wings

IN 2012–13: Will serve as a captain of the Black Bears. IN 2011–12: Led Maine in goals with 25 on the season... Tied for the national lead in power play goals with 11... Finished the season ranked fourth in the nation in goals per game (.68) and tied for fifth in goals (25)... He was 11th in the nation in points per game (1.27)... Played in 37 games on the season.... Scored 25 goals and added 22 assists for 47 points... Named to the Hockey East Second Team... Earned a spot on the Hockey East AllTournament Team... Named Hockey East Player of the Month for January... Earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors Jan. 9 and Feb. 27... Named a semifinalist for the Walter Brown Award, given annually to the top American-born college hockey player in New England... Had 13 multi-point games... Tallied a pair of goals in Maine’s 5-4 overtime win against New Hampshire at Fenway Park (1/7)... Scored two goals and dished out two assists at Northeastern (2/25)... Also had two goals in games against Providence (10/28), UMass Lowell (11/11), at Vermont (12/3), Boston College (1/21) and BU (3/16). IN 2010–11: Saw action in 33 games for the Black Bears... Scored 11 goals and added 10 assists for 21 points... Tallied three power play goals and three game-winners... His 21 points rank third among returners... Named Hockey East Player of the Week on Nov. 15 after scoring two goals and adding an assist in weekend series with Northeastern... Scored two goals and added two assists for a career-high four points in the season-opener against UMass Lowell (10/8)... Scored a goal in Maine’s tie at Michigan State (10/14)... Notched a goal against North Dakota (10/23)... Had goals in back-to-back games at Providence (12/3 and 12/4)... Scored a goal and dished out an assist against Boston College (1/16)... Also had goals in games against Vermont (2/12) and at UMass Lowell (2/19)... Racked up 130 penalty minutes on the season, which ranks second most in a single season in Maine history. IN 2009–10: Saw action in 32 games during his rookie campaign... Named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team... Named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week on March 22 after scoring two goals and adding an assist in the Hockey East Championships... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Month in March... Scored nine goals and dished out three assists for 12 points... Tallied two goals and added an assist in the Hockey East championship game against Boston College (3/20)... Tied the game at 6-6 with just 27 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime... Had notched a goal the previous night against Boston University in the semifinals (3/19)... Scored two goals, including the first of his career, in Maine’s game against BC (11/20)... Had a goal and an assist against New Hampshire (2/6)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East Academic Honor Roll. BEFORE MAINE: Played for Mike Galati and the Hamilton Red Wings... Scored 42 goals and added 32 assists for 74 points in 45 games last season... Played for the Omaha Lancers during the 2007-08 season... Scored 13 goals Favorite Spor ts Team: Yankees and added 11 assists for 24 points in 32 games... Won a Clark Cup Championship with Omaha... Played for the USA U17 Favorite Food: Lobster Best Thing team which won a goal medal in 2005 in Switzerland... Won a silver medal with the USA U18 team in 2006. PERSONAL: A About Maine Hockey: The Fans Best child development and family relations major... Born June 16, 1989... Son of Joanne and Mike Diamond... Has a brother, Mike, and three sisters, Jeneá, Antoinette and Kassandra.

GETTING TO KNOW JOEY

Advice Ever Received: Keep your head up Favorite TV Show: Sons of Anarchy Favorite Book: Through the Fire Favorite Athlete: Derek Jeter Favorite Quote: “Everyone rides”

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DIAMOND’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2009–10 32 9 3 12 27/73 2 0 1 2010–11 33 11 10 21 42/130 3 0 3 2011–12 37 25 22 47 42/117 11 0 1 Totals 102 45 35 80 111/320 16 0 5

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 22 Stu Higgins

Sophomore • Forward 5-9 • 175 • Shoots Right • May 8, 1992 Troy, Mich. Youngstown Phantoms IN 2011–12: Played in 39 games, the most of any Maine rookie... Lone game he missed was the first one of the season... Scored three goals and dished out two assists for five points... Scored his first career goal against UMass Lowell (11/11)... Scored a short-handed goal against Clarkson (11/26).... Scored the gamewinning goal in overtime in Maine’s 4-3 win over AlabamaHuntsville... Named the team’s Howard Neville Rookie of the Year... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star.* BEFORE MAINE: Scored 10 goals and added 11 assists last season for 21 points in 48 games for the Youngstown Phantoms... Voted fan favorite for the Phantoms... Also played lacrosse. PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1992... Plans to major in business... Son of Brian and Clarice Higgins... Has two brothers, Patrick and Robert.

GETTING TO KNOW STU Hobbies: Fishing, reading, tweeting (@ stupacalypse22) Favorite Sports Team: Detroit Lions Favorite Food: Cheesy potatoes and baked beans Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The Fans Best Advice Ever Received: Don’t lie Favorite TV Show: Seinfeld Favorite Book: The Last Temptation of Christ Little Known Fact about Stu: He would drape himself in velvet if it was socially acceptable. Favorite Quote: “Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason” Dream Job (other than playing in the NHL): Manager of a baseball team.

HIGGINS’ CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2011–12 39 3 2 5 4/19 0 1 1 Totals 39 3 2 5 4/19 0 1 1

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 29 Connor Leen

Sophomore • Forward 5-9 • 165 • Shoots Left • June 3, 1992 Chester, N.Y. New Jersey Hitmen

IN 2011–12: Saw action in 22 games.... Scored first career goal and it turned out to be the game-winner in Maine’s victory over Boston College (1/21)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East AllAcademic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Assistant captain for the New Jersey Hitmen... Scored 26 goals and added 41 assists for 67 points in 43 games during the regular season... Chipped in with four goals and six assists for 10 points in eight playoff games... Played for Don Bosco Prep during the 2009-10 season where he notched 38 goals and 29 assists for 67 points in 21 games... New Jersey Hitmen finished as the EJHL Southern Division Champions and Regular Season Champions... Leen was a three-time EJHL Rookie of the Week... Named to the New Jersey All-State Team while at Don Bosco Prep... Also played lacrosse. PERSONAL: Born June 3, 1992... Plans to major in business... Son on Michele Cassino-Cotter and Christian Cotter... Has a younger brother, Christian.

GETTING TO KNOW CONNOR Hobbies: Golf. Favorite S por ts Team: New York Rangers Favorite Food: S teak Best Thing About Maine Hockey: Teammates and the fans Favorite TV Show: Rediculousness Favorite Book: The Old Man and the S ea Favorite Athlete: Pavel Datsyuk Favorite Quote: “This is the only thing that has seen more parties than us,” - Steven Tyler, Aerosmith’s lead singer, after admiring the Stanley Cup. Dream Job (other than NHL): Professional Golf Caddy for Tiger Woods. 46

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LEEN’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2010–11 22 1 0 1 4/8 0 0 1 Totals 22 1 0 1 4/8 0 0 1

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 91 Klas Leidermark

Senior • Forward 5-9 • 180 • Shoots Left • July 30, 1989 Gavle, Sweden Brynas IN 2011–12: Played in 26 games last season... Scored goals against Merrimack (10/7) and Providence (10/14)... Picked up an assist at Boston College (11/4)... Named a Maine Scholar Athlete Award winner. IN 2010–11: Played in 18 games for the Black Bears his sophomore season... Missed the last 14 games of the season with an injury... Scored a goal in Maine’s win over Northeastern (11/13)... Dished out an assist in Maine’s 4-4 draw at Michigan State (10/14). IN 2009–10: Saw action in 31 games his rookie season... Scored two goals and added four assists for six points... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Feb. 1 after scoring two goals and adding two assists in a pair of games at Vermont... Scored his first goal against the Catamounts (1/29)... Also dished out a pair of assists in the game... Tallied a goal the following night... Picked up his first career points with a pair of assists against Princeton (12/29)... Named a Maine Scholar Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE: Captain for Mats Backlin with the J20 Super Elite Team.. Scored 22 goals and added 22 assists for 44 points in 38 games... Tallied 16 points in seven playoff games... Team won the Super Elite Championship... Led the team in scoring in the playoffs... Scored the game-winning goal in the finals in overtime. PERSONAL: A business major... Born July 30, 1989... Son of Maria and Jens Leidermark... Has two sisters, Ida and Anna.

GETTING TO KNOW KLAS Hobbies: Magnets Favorite Sports Team: Brynas IF Favorite Food: Milksteak Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The Fans. Best Advice Ever Received: Live, laugh, love Favorite TV Show: It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Favorite Book: Dogs Interesting Fact About Klas: He Looooooooooves animals. Favorite Athlete: Kevin Swallow Favorite Quote: “It’s gonna be quite a different place without him gone, that’s for true.” - Klas Leidermark.

LEIDERMARK’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2009–10 31 2 4 6 1/2 1 0 0 2010–11 18 1 1 2 2/4 0 0 0 2011–12 26 2 1 3 3/6 0 0 0 Totals 75 5 6 11 6/12 1 0 0 2012-13 MEN’S HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 3 Mark Nemec

Senior • Defenseman • Captain 6-4 • 215 • Shoots Right • Dec. 11, 1988 Rouses Point, N.Y. New Hampshire Junior Monarchs

IN 2012–13: Will serve as captain of the Black Bears. IN 2011–12: One of four Black Bears to see action in all 40 games last season... Enters his senior season having played in 99 career games... Dished out five assists on the season... A very strong defender and one of Maine’s top penalty killers... Also one of Maine’s top shot blockers... His +6 ranking last year ranks third among returning players... Named co-recipient of the Unsung Hero award at the end of the year team banquet... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2010–11: Saw action in 31 games for the Black Bears... Scored a pair of goals and added an assist for three points... Scored Maine’s lone goal in game at Boston College (11/21)... Tallied an assist the following game at Providence (12/3)... Also notched a goal in Maine’s 7-1 win over Merrimack (2/26)... Was a +8 on the season which finished tied for fourth on the team and second among returning players... Leads all returning defensemen from a year ago in +/-... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East Academic Honor Roll. IN 2009–10: Played in 28 games his rookie season... Scored one goal and four assists for five points... Scored his first career goal against UMass Lowell in the Hockey East quarterfinals (3/12)... Dished out assists at UMass Lowell (11/27), UMass Lowell (2/19), at Merrimack (2/27) and against Boston University (3/19) in the Hockey East semifinals... Missed 10 games early in the season with an injury... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East Academic Honor Roll. IN 2008-09: Sat out the season as a redshirt. BEFORE MAINE: Played for the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs where he won a 2007-08 National Junior A Championship... 2007-08 Eastern Junior Finalists... 2007-08 EJHL Regular Season Co-Champions... Finished with goal and eight assists in 2007-08... Played for Choate Rosemary Hall where he saw action GETTING TO KNOW MARK one in 19 games during the 2006-07 season and scored one goal and added three assists... Also Hobbies: Golf and spending time on played soccer and golf. PERSONAL: A mechanical engineering major... Born Dec. 11, 1988... the lake. Favorite Sports Team: Mon- Son of Jane and Frank Nemec... Has a brother, Jeff. treal Canadiens Favorite Food: Sushi Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The Fans Favorite TV Show: The Price is Right Favorite Website: tsn.ca Favorite Athlete: Roger Federer Favorite Quote: “You can’t climb the ladder of success with your hands in your NEMEC’S CAREER STATISTICS pockets,” - Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dream Job (other than playing in the YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW NHL): PGA Golfer 2009–10 28 1 4 5 8/16 0 0 0 2010–11 31 2 1 3 13/37 0 0 0 2011–12 40 0 5 5 17/42 0 0 0 Totals 99 3 10 13 38/95 0 0 0 48

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 16 Brice O’Connor

Junior • Defenseman 5-11 • 190 • Shoots Right • May 4, 1990 Londonderry, N.H. New Hampshire Junior Monarchs IN 2011–12: Played in 28 games his sophomore season... Notched three goals and added six assists for nine points... Has scored arguably two of Maine’s biggest goals of the season... Scored the lone goal against New Hampshire in the seasonfinale which clinched home ice in the Hockey East quarterfinals for the Black Bears... Tallied the game-winning goal in Maine’s 2-1 win over Merrimack in game three of Maine’s Hockey East quarterfinal series... Two of his three goals were game-winners... Had points in four straight games (Nov. 26 - Dec. 29)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2010–11: Saw action in 13 games his rookie season... Finished with three assists... Scored his first collegiate point when he picked up an assist on Spencer Abbott’s goal at Providence (12/3)... The assist came when O’Connor was playing a shift against his brother, Ian, who was a senior captain for the Friars... Also had assists in games against New Hampshire (12/10) and UMass (12/12)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Also named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Assistant captain for Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Monarchs during the 2009-10 season... Scored six goals and added 28 assists for 34 points... Team finished as 2009-10 EJHL Champions... Named the EJHL Defensive Player of the Year... In 2008-09 had 10 goals and 16 assists for 26 points... Team finished as Tied III Junior National Champions. PERSONAL: Born May 4, 1990... A business major... Son of Carolyn and Bob O’Connor... Father, Bob, played hockey for Boston College from 1979-1982... Played for the Winnipeg Jets of the NHL from 1982-1984... Has two brothers who played college hockey... Ian, a former captain for the Providence College Friars, and Kyle, who plays for Johnson and Wales.

GETTING TO KNOW BRICE

Ho b bi es : I n f i n i te Fi tne ss Ni ght C rew, l i s ten i n g to countr y m us ic , c a l l o f dut y Favor i te S por ts Te a m : B o s t o n B r u i n s Fa v o r i t e Fo o d : Sweet a n d so ur ste a k a nd cheese with mayo Best Thing Ab o u t M a i n e Ho ckey: Th e f a n s Best Advice Ever Received: Don’t t a ke l i fe to o seri ousl y be c a use you’ll never get out alive. Intere s t in g Fa c t A b o u t B r i ce : He got c he ated o ut o f a B l a ck B e a r Cup c ha m p i o n s h i p l ast ye a r by J osh Seeley. Favorite Athlete: Dwayne “ The Ro c k ” Jo h n so n

O’CONNOR’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2010–11 13 0 3 3 5/13 0 0 0 2011–12 28 3 6 9 22/55 0 0 2 Totals 41 3 9 12 27/68 0 0 2 2012-13 MEN’S HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 51 Martin Ouellette

Junior • Goalie 6-2 • 190 • Catches Left • Dec. 30, 1991 St.-Hippolyte, Quebec / Kimball Union Drafted by: Columbus Blue Jackets

N 2011–12: Played in nine games... Finished 1-3-0 on the season with 3.42 goals against average and a .871 save percentage... Picked up lone win against Providence (10/28)... Made a season-high 25 saves against Merrimack (10/7) and New Hampshire (11/5). IN 2010–11: Played in nine games in goal his rookie season, starting eight... Posted a record of 3-3-2 with a 3.18 goals against average and a .862 save percentage... Stopped all 32 shots that he saw in Maine’s 5-0 win over Providence (12/4) for his first career shutout... His 32 saves were a career high... Earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Dec. 6 for his performance against the Friars... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Month for December... Made 20 saves in 1-1 tie with #16 Boston University (1/29). BEFORE MAINE: Played for Ryan Miller at Kimball Union Academy... Finished the 2009–10 season with a 1.61 goals against average and a .925 save percentage... Kimball Union finished as the 2008–2009 Lakes Region Champions... Also finished as the Piatelli/Simmons Small School New England Champions... Named to the NEPSAC All-New England Team and earned most valuable player honors... Also played golf and tennis in high school. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 30, 1991... Plans to major in business... Son of France Gagnon and Alain Ouellette... has a brother, Luc.

GETTING TO KNOW MARTIN Hobbies: Tennis and golf Favorite Sports Team: Montreal Canadiens and Montreal Alouettes Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The fans and the history of the program. Favorite TV Show: SuperNatural and The Walking Dead Favorite Website: Websimhockey and nhl.com Favorite Athlete: Patrick Roy and Henrik Lundqvist Dream Job (other than playing in NHL): General Manager for an NHL team.

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OUELLETTE’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/GS Min. 2010–11 9/8 490:06 2011–12 9/5 315:30 Totals 18/13 805:36

GA 26 18 44

GAA 3.18 3.42 3.28

Svs 163 121 284

Pct .862 .871 .866

SHO 1 0 1

Record 3-3-2 1-3-0 4-6-2

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 15 John Parker

Sophomore • Forward 5-11 • 185 • Shoots Right • Jan. 11, 1992 Greenbrook, N.J. Muskegon Lumberjacks IN 2011–12: Played in 33 games for the Black Bears his rookie season... Led all Maine rookies in scoring with three goals and four assists for seven points... Scored first career goal in Maine’s game at Merrimack (1/13)... Had goals in back-to-back games at Boston University on Jan. 27 and 28... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*. BEFORE MAINE: Captain for Coach Kevin Patrick and the Muskegon Lumberjacks for the USHL... Scored nine goals and added 22 assists for 31 points... Previously won a national championship with the Indiana Ice of the USHL PERSONAL: Born Jan. 11, 1992... Plans to major in business... Son of Irma and John Parker... Has a twin sister, Stephanie.

PARKER’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2011–12 33 3 4 7 9/37 1 0 0 Totals 33 3 4 7 9/37 1 0 0

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 71 Nick Pryor

Senior • Defenseman 6-0 • 190 • Shoots Left • Sept 6, 1990 St. Paul, Minn. / Waterloo Blackhawks Drafted by Anaheim Ducks

IN 2011–12: Had a breakout season for the Black Bears... Saw action in 36 games for Maine with two goals and 11 assists for 13 points... Has arguably the hardest shot on the team... Scored his first career goal and it turned out to be the gamewinner at BU (1/28) when the Terriers were ranked second in the nation... Tallied a power play goal at UMass (2/17)... Had two points in back-to-back games vs. Clarkson (11/26) and at Vermont (12/2)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. IN 2010–11: Played in five games during his sophomore season, battling injuries all season long... Tallied his first collegiate points with a pair of assists in Maine’s 4-1 win over UMass (12/12)... Named the second star of the game for his performance. IN 2009–10: Saw action in six games for the Black Bears during his rookie season... Suffered a season-ending injury in January. BEFORE MAINE: Played for coach P.K. O’Handley and the Waterloo Black Hawks... During the 2008-09 season, scored 10 goals and added 16 assists for 26 points in 43 games... Played for the US Under 18 Team during the 2007-08 season where he scored four goals and added 11 assists in 45 games... Earned a bronze medal at the 2008 IIHF World Under-18 Championships... Was selected in the seventh round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, 208th overall by the Anaheim Ducks. PERSONAL: A mass communication major... Born Sept. 6, 1990... Son of Joan and Chris Pryor... Has a brother, Mike, and a sister, Jena... Father, Chris, played for New Hampshire and professional hockey for the New York Islanders and the Minnesota GETTING TO KNOW NICK North Stars. Hobbies: Twitter, tweeting, retweeting Favorite Sports Team: Philadelphia Flyers Favorite Food: Chicken Alfredo Pizza. Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The tradition Favorite TV Show: Big Bang Theory Interesting Fact About Nick: He went to four high schools in four years. It isn’t that interesting he knows. Favorite Website: tsn.ca Favorite Athlete: Brett Favre Favorite Quote: “If you’re heading down a road with no speedbumps, you’re heading down the wrong road.” Dream Job (other than NHL): Stay at home Dad

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PRYOR’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2009–10 6 0 0 0 1/2 0 0 0 2010–11 5 0 2 2 0/0 0 0 0 2011–12 36 2 11 13 7/14 1 0 1 Totals 47 2 13 15 8/16 1 0 1

RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 4 Jake Rutt

Sophomore • Defenseman 6-2 • 210 • Shoots Left • April 26, 1991 Scarborough, Maine New Hampshire Junior Monarchs IN 2011–12: Played in 13 games for the Black Bears on defense his freshman season... Dished out four assists on the campaign... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Also named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Played for Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs... Scored 10 goals and added 20 assists for 30 points as a defenseman in 42 games... Won back-to-back EJHL Championships... Earned EJHL Defenseman of the Week honors... A First Team selection while playing for Scarborough High School... Also a standout in baseball where he was named the 2010 batting champion and a First Team selection at first base. PERSONAL: Born April 26, 1991... Plans to major in business management... Son of Lisa and Norman Rutt... Brother, Jon, was captain of the men’s ice hockey team at the University of Southern Maine... Has two sisters, Abby and Caitlin.

GETTING TO KNOW JAKE Hobbies: Following MLB, target shooting, fishing and hanging out with friends and family. Favorite Sports Team: Boston Bruins Favorite Food: Steak Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The fans Best Advice Ever Received: Winners aren’t whiners Favorite TV Show: Trailer Park Boys Favorite Book: Autobiography of Rafael Nadal Interesting Fact About Jake: He likes cooking Favorite Athlete: Rob Gronkowski Favorite Quote: “Good things come in good time,” - Wiz Khalifa. Dream Job (other than playing in NHL): CEO of a major corporation

RUTT’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2011–12 13 0 4 4 6/12 0 0 0 Totals 13 0 4 4 6/12 0 0 0

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 26 Adam Shemansky Senior • Forward 5-7 • 165 • Catches Left • Jan. 17, 1989 Robbinsville, N.J. New Hampshire Junior Monarchs

IN 2011–12: One of four players to play in all 40 games last season... Notched 11 goals and 10 assists for 21 points... Six of his 11 goals came on the power play... Three times he scored the first goal of the game for the Black Bears... Had two goals against Clarkson (11/26)... Also tallied a pair of goals against Boston College (1/20)... Was whistled for just six minor penalties... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. IN 2010–11: Played in 19 games his sophomore season... Scored a pair of goals and added three assists for five points... Notched a goal in the season-opener against UMass Lowell (10/8)... Also tallied a goal against UMass (12/12)... Dished out assists in games against Michigan State (10/14), North Dakota (10/22) and Northeastern (11/12)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2009–10: Played in 38 games his freshman season, the most of any Maine rookie... Scored nine goals and added 12 assists for 21 points... Led all rookies in scoring... Tied for fourth on the team with seven power play goals... Netted a pair of game-winning goals... Named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Nov. 2 after scoring a pair of goals in Maine’s 4-1 win over Vermont (10/30)... Had a goal in each of Maine’s games against Union to start the season... Had 10 points in his first 10 collegiate games... Had a goal and an assist against Northeastern (11/13) and (12/12)... Tallied an assist against Boston University in the Hockey East semifinals (3/19) and followed that up with an assist against Boston College in the Hockey East title game (3/20). BEFORE MAINE: Played for coach Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs... Scored 18 goals and added 38 assists for 56 points in 33 games... Finished as the leading scoring at Nationals with seven goals and nine assists for 16 points... Team finished as EJHL Regular Season Champions and Junior National Champions... Named to the EJHL All-Star Team... Tallied 57 points on 20 goals and 37 assists in 2007-08 the Tilton School... Finished as the sixth all-time leading scorer in New Jersey High School hockey GETTING TO KNOW ADAM for history with 137 goals and 141 assists for 278 career points at Notre Dame. PERSONAL: A business Favorite Sports Team: Philadelphia major... Born January 17, 1989... Son of Dean and Donna Shemansky. Flyers Favorite Food: Italian Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The Fans Favorite TV Show: Entourage SHEMANSKY’S CAREER STATISTICS Favorite Athlete: Roger Federer YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW Dream Job (other than NHL): Hockey 2009–10 38 9 12 21 1/2 7 0 2 General Manager 2010–11 19 2 3 5 1/2 0 0 0 2011–12 40 11 10 21 6/12 6 0 0 Totals 97 22 25 47 8/16 13 0 2 54

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 30 Dan Sullivan

Junior • Goalie 6-2 • 195 • Catches Left • Jan. 24, 1989 York, Pa. Texas Tornado

IN 2011–12: Has had a breakout season for the Black Bears and one of the reasons behind Maine’s success... Named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on (1/30) and Hockey East Co-Defensive Player of the Week (3/5)... Earned Inside College Hockey National Player of the Week honors on Jan. 31... Named to the Florida College Classic All-Tournament Team... Finished 22-11-3 on the season with a 2.59 goals against average and a .909 save percentage...Recorded 30 or more saves on 10 difference occasions, including a career-high 39 in the Hockey East Championship game against top-ranked Boston College.... Recorded shutouts against Alabama-Huntsville (2/4) and New Hampshire in the regular-season finale (3/3).... Allowed just one goal in eight games... Ranks fourth on Maine’s single season games played list (36) and fifth on Maine’s single season wins list (22) and saves list (894)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2010–11: Played in 21 games his rookie season, starting 18... Finished 10-7-2 with a 2.73 goals against average and a .890 save percentage... Named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team... Set a Maine record for consecutive shutout minutes when he went 202:48 without allowing a goal midway through February with three straight shutouts... Recorded a pair of shutouts against UMass Lowell (2/18 and 2/19) and Merrimack (2/25)... Named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Nov. 1... Named Hockey East Player of the Week on Feb. 1 and Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on Feb. 28... Made a season-high 31 saves in Maine’s 4-3 win over UMass (3/4).. Turned aside 30 shots against Miami (12/30) in the 2010 Florida College Classic... Named Hockey East Top Scholar-Athlete along with teammate Jeff Dimmen... Named to the Hockey East Academic All-Star team as he posted a 4.0 GPA during his first year... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Played for coach Tony Curtale and the Texas Tornado... Saw action in 51 games durHobbies: Reading, golf, squash, ping- ing the regular season and finished with a 3.08 goals against average and a .912 save percentage... Compiled a pong, saxophone, violin Favorite Sports 1.65 goals against average and a .949 save percentage in the playoffs... Selected as Goalie’s World Magazine top Team: Boston Bruins Favorite Food: Steak ranked goalie in the NAHL in 2009-2010... Selected to the NAHL All-Division and All-Star Team... His Philadelphia Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The great Junior Flyers Team took third place at Nationals. PERSONAL: Born Jan. 24, 1989... Plans to major in business... fans Best Advice Ever Received: “We are Son of Doris and James Sullivan... Has a sister, Rebecca, who is a professional Jazz singer.

GETTING TO KNOW DAN

what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”- Aristotle Favorite TV Show: White Collar Interesting Fact About Dan: He loves jazz music. Favorite Athlete: Tim Thomas Favorite Quote:“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.” - Albert Einstein Dream Job (other than NHL) Life Coach

SULLIVAN’S CAREER STATISTICS

YEAR GP/GS Min. GA 2010–11 21/18 1,122:06 51 2011–12 36/35 2,087:03 90 Totals 57/53 3,209:09 141

GAA Svs 2.73 413 2.59 894 2.64 1,307

Pct SHO Record .890 3 10-7-2 .909 2 22-11-3 .903 5 32-18-5

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RETURNING PLAYER PROFILES 18 Jon Swavely

Junior • Forward 5-9 • 175 • Shoots Right • July 23, 1989 Reading, Pa. New Jersey Hitmen

IN 2011–12: Played in 34 games on the season... Tallied one goal and six assists for seven points... Scored Maine’s lone goal at Boston College (11/4)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. IN 2010–11: Skated in 23 games his rookie season... Scored a goal and added an assists for a pair of points... Picked up his first career goal in Maine’s 4-3 win over Providence (1/14) and it came short-handed... Tallied an assist in Maine’s 4-0 win over UMass Lowell (2/19)... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*... Named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Played for coach Toby Harris and the New Jersey Hitmen during the 2009–10 season... Scored 25 goals and added 45 assists for 70 points in 45 games... Finished as the second leading scorer in the Eastern Junior Hockey League during the 2009–10 season... Named a 2009–10 EJHL All-Star... Received several academic honors, including National Society for High School Scholars. PERSONAL: Born July 23, 1989... A business major... Son of Susan and Gary Swavely, Jr... has a brother, Steven, who is a freshman forward for the Black Bears, and a sister, Lauren... Father played basketball at Albright College.

GETTING TO KNOW JON Hobbies: Ice hockey, working out, golfing, video games, bike riding, going to the beach Favorite Sports Team: Philadelphia Flyers Favorite Food: Chicken Cheesesteak Best Thing About Maine Hockey: The atmosphere the fans create at the Alfond. Best Advice Ever Received: Be a leader, not a follower. Favorite Website: Twitter Little Known Fact About Jon: He’s had a Maine Hockey Jersey hanging in his room since he was seven years old. Favorite Quote: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” - Philippians 4:13 56

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YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 2010–11 23 1 1 2 3/6 0 1 0 2011–12 34 1 6 7 5/21 0 0 0 Totals 57 2 7 9 8/27 0 1 0

NEW PLAYER PROFILES 10 Ben Hutton

Freshman • Defenseman 6-3 • 200 • Shoots Left • April 20, 1993 Prescott, Ontario / Nepean Raiders Drafted by Vancouver Canucks

BEFORE MAINE: Played last season for the Nepean Raiders and the Kemptville 73’s... Played in 45 games for Nepean where he scored nine goals and added 25 assists for 34 points... Played in 38 games as a captain for Kemptville and tallied nine goals and 22 assists... In 2010-11 saw action in 64 games for Kemptville where he scored nine goals and dished out 30 assists... Played in 60 games during the 2009-10 season with 16 goals and 18 assists... was named to the CCHL All-Star Team... Led his Nepean Raiders Team to the CCHL League Championship and the Bogart Cup. PERSONAL: A business major... Born April 20, 1993... Son on Jim and Janet Hutton... has a sister, Maggie... Drafted in the fifth round, 147th overall by Vancouver.

7 Ryan Lomberg

Freshman • Forward 5-9 • 180 • Shoots Left • Dec. 12, 1994 Richmond Hill, Ontario Muskegon Lumberjacks BEFORE MAINE: Played for Jim Mckenzie and the Muskegon Lumberjacks... Led the team in scoring with 22 goals and 18 assists for 40 points last season... Named Team Most Valuable Player. PERSONAL: Plans to major in business... Born Dec. 12, 1994... Son of Trevor and Lori Lomberg... has two sisters.

28 Will Merchant

Freshman • Forward 6-1 • 190 • Shoots Left • Jan. 12, 1994 Eagan, Minn. Eagan High School BEFORE MAINE: Captain for Mike Taylor at Eagan High School... Scored 69 goals and added 59 assists for 128 points his final three seasons which ranks second most all-time... Team finished fifth in the state in 2012 and third in 2011... Named a Mr. Hockey Finalist... 2012 Star Tribune All-Metro Team... 2011 Minnesota State All-Tournament Team... Named and 2011 and 2012 All-Conference selection. PERSONAL: A business major... Born January 12, 1994... Son of Scott and Geri Merchant.

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NEW PLAYER PROFILES 36 Matt Morris

Freshman • Goalie 5-10 • 185 • Catches Left • May 16, 1993 Ridgewood, N.J. Dubuque Fighting Saints BEFORE MAINE: Goalie for former Maine captain Jim Montgomery and Dubuque of the USHL... Saw action in 38 games last season... Finished 19-13-2 with a 2.58 goals against average and a .904 save percentage... Team finished as Clark Cup Champions in 2011... Was MVP of the playoffs in 2011... Named a USHL All-Star in 2011. PERSONAL: Born May 16, 1993... A business major... Son of Jim and Paddy Morris... Has five siblings.

12 Bill Norman

Freshman-r. • Defenseman 5-10 • 175 • Shoots Left • June 27, 1992 Stockholm, Sweden Rochester Mayo IN 2011–12: Sat out the season as a redshirt... Named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star* and named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. BEFORE MAINE: Played for Rochester Mayo High School... Scored 17 goals and added 30 assists for 47 points... Named All-Conference last season... Was an All-State Honorable Mention. PERSONAL: Born June 27, 1992... Undecided upon major... Son of Louise and Per Norman... Has four brothers: John, Tristan, Sam and Liam... Brother, John, plays professional hockey in Sweden.

44 Conor Riley

Freshman • Forward/Defenseman 6-0 • 175 • Shoots Left • Oct. 8, 1992 Massena, N.Y. Valley Junior Warriors BEFORE MAINE: Played for coach Andy Heinze and the Valley Junior Warriors of the EJHL... Named the EJHL Defensive Player of the Year for 20112012... Scored eight goals and dished out 29 assists for 37 points... Two-year captain at the Albany Academy... Also excelled in lacrosse and soccer. PERSONAL: A business major... Born Oct. 8, 1992... Son of Keefe and Margaret Riley.. has two sisters, Emily who was a two-year soccer captain at SUNY Plattsburgh and Anna, who plays basketball at SUNY Fredonia. 58

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NEW PLAYER PROFILES 94 Devin Shore

Freshman • Forward 6-1 • 185 • Shoots Left • July 19, 1994 Ajax, Ontario / Whitby Fury Drafted by the Dallas Stars

BEFORE MAINE: Assistant captain for Curtis Hodgins and the Whitby Fury of the OJHL... In 41 games last season he scored 29 goals and dished out 29 assists for 58 points... Whitby finished as the South-East Conference Champions and the League Runner Up... Named World Jr. A Challenge Tournament MVP. PERSONAL: Born July 19, 1994... Plans to major in finance... Son of Kyle and Andrea Shore... Has a brother, Darin... Drafted in the Second Round, 61st overall by the Dallas Stars in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.

11 Steven Swavely

Freshman • Forward 6-1 • 190 • Shoots Right • Dec. 4, 1991 Reading, Pa. New Jersey Hitmen BEFORE MAINE: Captain for coaches Toby Harris and Jim Hunt with the New Jersey Hitmen... Saw action in 45 games where he scored 22 goals and dished out 30 assists for 52 points... Team finished as 2011-2012 EJHL Playoff runner up, after finishing as the 2010-2011 EJHL Regular Season Champions... Was named an All-Star and was the Hitmen’s leading scorer. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 4, 1991... A business major... Son of Gary and Susan Swavely... brother, Jon, is junior forward for the Black Bears... Has a younger sister, Lauren.

6 Kyle Williams

Freshman • Defenseman 5-10 • 190 • Shoots Left • May 21, 1991 Bowdoinham, Maine New Hampshire Junior Monarchs BEFORE MAINE: Played for Sean Tremblay and the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs... Scored 10 goals and added 10 assists for 20 points during the 2011-2012 season... The Monarchs won the 2012 EJHL Championship... Also played Hockey East North Yarmouth Academy from 2007-2009. PERSONAL: Born May 21, 1991... Son of Timothy and Monica Williams... has a sister, Shauna, and a brother, Jeremy.

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2011–2012 STATISTICS Player Statistics Name Abbott, Spencer Flynn, Brian Diamond, Joey Mangene, Matt O’Neill, Will Beattie, Kyle Shemansky, Adam Anthoine, Mark Hegarty, Ryan Pryor, Nick O’Connor, Brice Cornell, Mike Parker, John Swavely, Jon Higgins, Stu Nemec, Mark Rutt, Jake Leidermark, Klas Andersson, Theo Cerretani, Andrew Leen, Connor Sullivan, Dan Amestoy, Carlos Total............... Opponents...........

--------------------------------OVERALL---------------------------------------- GP G A Pts Sh. +/- Pen/Min PP SH GW 39 21 41 62 152 +15 13-34 4 1 2 40 18 30 48 161 +18 13-37 7 0 4 37 25 22 47 116 +10 42-117 11 0 1 40 16 18 34 124 -1 25-58 8 2 4 40 3 30 33 73 -6 26-68 1 0 0 40 6 21 27 55 -2 12-24 0 0 1 40 11 10 21 85 -6 6-12 6 0 0 40 12 7 19 89 -2 3-6 11 1 4 40 2 12 14 57 +7 30-68 1 0 1 36 2 11 13 38 -2 7-14 1 0 1 28 3 6 9 29 0 22-55 0 0 2 35 1 7 8 37 +7 18-58 0 0 0 33 3 4 7 36 -3 9-37 1 0 0 34 1 6 7 40 -1 5-21 0 0 0 39 3 2 5 30 -4 4/19 0 1 1 40 0 5 5 30 +6 17-42 0 0 0 13 0 4 4 15 0 6-12 0 0 0 26 2 1 3 29 0 3-6 0 0 0 32 2 0 2 33 -5 5-10 0 0 1 24 1 0 1 30 -4 3-6 0 0 0 22 1 0 1 21 -9 4-8 0 0 1 36 0 1 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 -1 1-2 0 0 0 40 133 238 371 1,282 +17 282-730 51 5 23 40 114 186 300 1,130 -39 291-715 37 9 14

-----------------------------------HOCKEY EAST---------------------------------GP G A PTS Sh. +/- Pen/Min PP SH GW 27 15 23 38 99 +14 4/8 1 1 2 27 12 23 35 107 +20 8/27 3 0 4 27 20 17 37 80 +12 26-63 8 0 1 27 10 12 22 73 -2 11-22 4 1 3 27 0 18 18 34 -5 18-44 0 0 0 27 5 14 19 37 -3 10-20 0 0 0 27 7 6 13 49 -5 4-8 4 0 0 27 8 4 12 64 -2 2-4 8 0 1 27 0 9 9 35 +12 15-30 0 0 0 24 2 8 10 26 0 5-10 1 0 1 17 1 3 4 17 -2 14-28 0 0 1 22 1 3 4 20 +9 11-44 0 0 0 22 3 2 5 22 -2 6-31 1 0 0 24 1 6 7 28 +2 2-4 0 0 0 26 1 1 2 21 -3 3-17 0 0 0 27 0 4 4 21 +10 10-20 0 0 0 11 0 3 3 14 -2 5-10 0 0 0 14 2 1 3 19 +1 1-2 0 0 0 20 2 0 2 24 -4 5-10 0 0 1 16 0 0 0 16 -2 3-6 0 0 0 18 1 0 1 19 -6 4-8 0 0 1 24 0 1 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 -1 1-2 0 0 0 27 91 158 249 827 +41 173-428 30 2 15 27 80 130 210 801 -57 163-370 28 9 10

Goaltender Statistics Name Sullivan, Dan Ouellette, Martin Seeley, Josh EMPTY NET Total............... Opponents...........

------------------------------OVERALL-------------------------------------- ------------------------------------HOCKEY EAST----------------------------------------GP Min GA SH GAA Saves Pct W L T GP Min GA SH Avg Saves Pct W L T 36 2,087:03 90 2 2.59 894 .909 22 11 3 24 1,367:40 62 1 2.72 617 .909 14 8 2 9 315:30 18 0 3.42 121 .871 1 3 0 7 256:18 15 0 3.51 103 .873 1 2 0 1 4:24 0 0 0.00 1 1.000 0 0 0 1 4.25 0 0 0.00 1 1.000 0 0 0 23 16:01 6 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 16 9:38 3 0 0.00 0 .000 0 0 0 40 2,422:59 114 2 2.28 1,016 .899 23 14 3 27 1,638:01 80 1 2.93 721 .900 15 10 2 40 2,422:59 133 0 3.29 1,149 .896 14 23 3 27 1,638:01 91 0 3.33 736 .890 10 15 2

Shot Statistics Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game

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Goals by Period Maine Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd OT 42 49 38 4 31 42 41 0

Total 133 114

Empty Net Goals: Maine 0, Opponents 1

Saves by Period Maine Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd OT 325 347 333 11 394 382 362 11

Total 1,016 1,149

2011–2012 STATISTICS 23-14-3, 15-10-2 Hockey East Date Opponent Result Score Shots Record Time Attend Maine Goalie Maine Goal Scorers Oct. 7 Merrimack * L 1-2 23/27 0-1-0 2:20 4,172 Martin Ouellette (25) Klas Leidermark Oct. 9 Northeastern * W 6-3 40/27 1-1-0 2:20 3,798 Dan Sullivan (24) Adam Shemansky, Spencer Abbott, Kyle Beattie, Brian Flynn, Joey Diamond, Spencer Abbott Oct. 14 at #6 North Dakota L 1-3 31/21 1-2-0 2:15 11,399 Martin Ouellette (18) Spencer Abbott Oct. 15 at #6 North Dakota T (OT) 3-3 28/27 1-2-1 2:20 11,515 Dan Sullivan (24) Brian Flynn, Will O’Neill, Ryan Hegarty Oct. 28 at Providence * W (OT 5-4 29/28 2-2-1 2:40 4,422 Martin Ouellette (24) Mike Cornell, Joey Diamond, Joey Diamond, Kyle Beattie, Brian Flynn Oct. 29 at Providence * W 3-1 28/27 3-2-1 2:29 4,183 Dan Sullivan (26) Adam Shemansky, Matt Mangene, Klas Leidermark Nov. 4 at #1 Boston College * L 1-5 21/27 3-3-1 1:59 6,305 Dan Sullivan (8)/ Jon Swavely Martin Ouellette (14) Nov. 5 at New Hampshire * L 2-3 33/28 3-4-1 2:04 6,501 Martin Ouellette (25) Spencer Abbott, Spencer Abbott Nov. 11 UMass Lowell * L 3-5 22/23 3-5-1 2:25 4,749 Martin Ouellette (4) / Stu Higgins, Joey Diamond, Joey Diamond Dan Sullivan (14) Nov. 12 UMass Lowell * L 3-4 34/27 3-6-1 2:23 4,642 Dan Sullivan (23) Brian Flynn, Mark Anthoine, Joey Diamond Nov. 18 as Massachusetts * T (OT) 2-2 31/37 3-6-2 2:20 4,621 Dan Sullivan (35) Mark Anthoine, Brian Flynn Nov. 26 vs. Clarkson W 4-3 37/33 4-6-2 2:25 5,328 Dan Sullivan (30) / Stu Higgins, Adam Shemansky, Adam Shemansky, Matt Mangene Martin Ouellette (0) Dec. 2 at Vermont * W 6-4 20/33 5-6-2 2:05 3,752 Dan Sullivan (29) Brian Flynn, Spencer Abbott, Mark Anthoine, Spencer Abbott, Spencer Abbott, Joey Diamond Dec. 3 at Vermont * W 5-2 27/31 6-6-2 2:05 2,849 Dan Sullivan (29) Joey Diamond, Joey Diamond, Spencer Abbott, Spence Abbott, Matt Mangene Dec. 10 #11 Boston University* L 1-5 31/32 6-7-2 2:28 4,910 Dan Sullivan (27) Mark Anthoine Dec. 29 vs. Clarkson $ W 6-1 36/19 7-7-2 2:16 4,250 Dan Sullivan (18) Brian Flynn, Ryan Hegarty, Spencer Abbott, Adam Shemansky, Mark Anthoine, Joey Diamond Dec. 30 vs. Massachusetts $ W 5-2 32/19 8-7-2 2:21 5,111 Dan Sullivan (17) Joey Diamond, Brian Flynn, Mark Anthoine, Matt Mangene, Brian Flynn Jan. 4 Vermont * W 3-1 43/26 9-7-2 2:10 3,577 Dan Sullivan (25) Adam Shemansky, Joey Diamond, Brian Flynn Jan. 7 vs. New Hampshire * W (OT) 5-4 33/24 10-7-2 2:35 38,456 Dan Sullivan (20) Mark Anthoine, Joey Diamond, Mark Anthoine, Joey Diamond, Brian Flynn Jan. 13 at #7 Merrimack * L 2-6 26/33 10-8-2 2:11 2,489 Dan Sullivan (18) / John Parker, Spencer Abbott Martin Ouellette (9) Jan. 14 at #7 Merrimack * T (OT) 2-2 41/34 10-8-3 2:43 2,412 Dan Sullivan (32) Brian Flynn, Joey Diamond Jan. 20 #3 Boston College * W (OT) 4-3 33/36 11-8-3 2:20 4,950 Dan Sullivan (33) Adam Shemansky, Kyle Beattie, Adam Shemansky, Matt Mangene Jan. 21 #3 Boston College * W 7-4 35/35 12-8-3 2:23 5,098 Dan Sullivan (31) Joey Diamond, Brian Flynn, Matt Mangene, Matt Mangene, Connor Leen, Joey Diamond, Matt Mangene Jan. 27 at #2 Boston University * W 4-2 25/30 13-8-3 2:31 5,066 Dan Sullivan (28) Adam Shemansky, John Parker, Mark Anthoine, Spencer Abbott Jan. 28 at #2 Boston University * W 3-1 37/39 14-8-3 2:30 5,847 Dan Sullivan (38) John Parker, Nick Pryor, Matt Mangene Feb. 3 Alabama-Huntsville W (OT) 4-3 38/11 15-8-3 2:18 3,987 Dan Sullivan (8) Matt Mangene, Andrew Cerretani, Spencer Abbott, Stu Higgins Feb. 4 Alabama-Huntsville W 5-0 35/20 16-8-3 1:58 4,400 Dan Sullivan (20) Mark Anthoine, Brice O’Connor, Brian Flynn, Matt Mangene, Spencer Abbott Feb. 10 at Providence * L 3-4 30/32 16-9-3 2:12 2,617 Dan Sullivan (28) Matt Mangene, Spencer Abbott, Joey Diamond Feb. 11 at #7 UMass Lowell * W 2-1 34/36 17-9-3 2:44 4,696 Dan Sullivan (35) Kyle Beattie, Matt Mangene Feb. 17 Massachusetts * W 7-3 32/23 18-9-3 2:20 4,422 Dan Sullivan (18) / Kyle Beattie, Nick Pryor, Brian Flynn, Brian Flynn, Matt Mangene Martin Ouellette (2) Joey Diamond, Theo Andersson Feb. 18 Massachusetts * L 1-4 22/23 18-10-3 2:11 5,092 Dan Sullivan (19) Joey Diamond Feb. 24 at Northeastern * L 2-4 31/28 18-11-3 2:10 1,407 Dan Sullivan (24) Brian Flynn, Spencer Abbott Feb. 25 at Northeastern * W 7-1 26/23 19-11-3 2:15 1,764 Dan Sullivan (21) / Adam Shemansky, Theo Andersson, Mark Anthoine, Joey Diamond, Josh Seeley (1) Spencer Abbott, Spencer Abbott, Joey Diamond March 3 New Hampshire * W 1-0 29/32 20-11-3 2:19 4,898 Dan Sullivan (32) Brice O’Connor March 9 #14 Merrimack ^ W 2-1 43/21 21-11-3 2:25 3,904 Dan Sullivan (20) Joey Diamond, Kyle Beattie March 10 #14 Merrimack ^ L 2-5 30/37 21-12-3 2:50 4,594 Dan Sullivan (32) Matt Mangene, Adam Shemansky March 11 #14 Merrimack ^ W 2-1 32/21 22-12-3 2:34 4,067 Dan Sullivan (20) Spencer Abbott, Brice O’Connor March 16 vs. #5 Boston University & W 5-3 44/31 23-12-3 2:25 13,974 Dan Sullivan (28) Joey Diamond, Will O’Neill, Will O’Neill, Mark Anthoine, Joey Diamond March 17 vs. #1 Boston College @ L 1-4 42/43 23-13-3 2:26 13,079 Dan Sullivan (39) Brian Flynn March 24 vs. Minnesota Duluth % L 2-5 27/26 23-14-3 2:40 5,925 Dan Sullivan (21) Spencer Abbott, Matt Mangene * – Hockey East game ^ - Hockey East Quarterfianls & Hockey East Semifinals $ – Florida College Classic (Germain Arena - Estero, Fla.)

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GAME-BY-GAME VS. 2012–2013 OPPONENTS ARMY (1-0-0) Date 1-2-92

Site ALFOND ARENA

Result 15-5 W

GWG JIM MONTGOMERY

BOSTON COLLEGE (42-60-9 / 43-59-9)

Maine Goalie(s) Garth Snow (6) / Rob Howland (13)

Date Site Result GWG Maine Goalie(s) 12-11-79 McHugh Forum 6-3W GARY CONN Jim Tortorella (27) 2-21-80 ALFOND ARENA 6-3L Mike Ewanouski Jim Tortorella (27) 12-8-80 McHugh Forum 3-2L (OT) Billy O’Dwyer Jeff Nord (51) 2-17-81 ALFOND ARENA 4-1L Billy O’Dwyer Jeff Nord (32) 2-16-82 ALFOND ARENA 10-2L Ed Rauseo Pete Smith (32) 12-7-82 McHugh Forum 8-4L Ed Rauseo Ray Roy (4), Pete Smith (30) 2-26-83 ALFOND ARENA 3-2L Mike O’Neil Ray Roy (27) 12-6-83 McHugh Forum 5-4L (OT) John McNamara Jean Lacoste (32) 2-21-84 ALFOND ARENA 6-4W KEVIN MANN Ray Roy (27) 1-27-85 McHugh Forum 9-3L Doug Brown Ray Roy (22), Pete Smith (14) 2-23-85 ALFOND ARENA 3-2L Ken Hodge Jean Lacoste (36) 2-24-85 ALFOND ARENA 5-4W SCOTT SMITH Pete Smith (41) 10-26-85 ALFOND ARENA 2-0L Chris Stapleton Jean Lacoste (35) 2-22-86 McHugh Forum 5-3L Chris Stapleton Al Loring (33) 2-23-86 McHugh Forum 7-1L Chris Stapleton Al Loring (21) 10-24-86 ALFOND ARENA 8-4L Greg Brown Al Loring (26) 10-25-86 ALFOND ARENA 6-3W DAVE WENSLEY Scott King (39) 2-13-87 Brown Arena 6-5L (OT) Craig Janney Al Loring (33) 2-14-87 Brown Arena 6-3L Kevin Stevens Scott King (13), Al Loring (24) 3-16-87 Boston Garden 4-2L Tim Ceglarski Al Loring (40) 1-23-88 Boston Garden 3-2W (OT) CHRIS. LALONDE Scott King (19) 2-19-88 ALFOND ARENA 4-3L Richard Braccia Scott King (29) 2-20-88 ALFOND ARENA 9-2W BOB CORKUM Al Loring (18) 1-3-89 ALFOND ARENA 6-3W BRUCE MAJOR Scott King (30) 2-17-89 Conte Forum 6-3L Jeff O’Neill Scott King (35) 2-19-89 Conte Forum 6-2L David Emma Scott King (28) 3-11-89 Conte Forum 5-4W BRUCE MAJOR Matt DelGuidice (43) 12-1-89 ALFOND ARENA 5-1L David Emma Matt DelGuidice (20) 12-2-89 ALFOND ARENA 4-3L David Emma Scott King (15) 2-17-90 Conte Forum 3-1L David Emma Matt DelGuidice (46) 3-11-90 Conte Forum 4-3L Mark Beran Scott King (32) 12-15-90 Conte Forum 6-5L David Emma Mike Dunham (26), Garth Snow (4) 1-15-91 ALFOND ARENA 6-5W BRIAN DOWNEY Mike Dunham (26) 1-20-91 Conte Forum 5-4L Marc Beran Garth Snow (7), Mike Dunham (15) 11-10-91 Conte Forum 4-0W+ PATRICE TARDIF Garth Snow (26) 2-14-92 ALFOND ARENA 4-1W SCOTT PELLERIN Garth Snow (21) 2-15-92 ALFOND ARENA 4-2W JEAN-YVES ROY Garth Snow (20) 3-12-92 Boston Garden 7-3W SCOTT PELLERIN Garth Snow (21) 1-22-93 Conte Forum 8-1W D. LaCOUTURE Mike Dunham (28) 1-24-93 Conte Forum 4-1W CHRIS FERRARO Garth Snow (22) 3-2-93 ALFOND ARENA 9-1W ERIC FENTON Mike Dunham (18) 1-21-94 ALFOND ARENA 4-4T (OT) Blair Marsh (22) 1-22-94 ALFOND ARENA 5-3L Bob Callahan Blair Allison (18) 3-5-94 Conte Forum 4-3W PATRICE TARDIF Blair Marsh (7), Blair Allison (12) 11-11-94 Conte Forum 4-4T (OT) Blair Allison (16) 11-13-94 Conte Forum 3-1W J. RODRIGUE Blair Allison (12) 1-11-95 ALFOND ARENA 5-1W BRAD PURDIE Blair Allison (23), Blair Marsh (0) 11-14-95 ALFOND ARENA 5-0W REG CARDINAL Blair Marsh (15) 11-15-95 ALFOND ARENA 4-0W T. ROENICK Blair Allison (22) 2-2-96 Conte Forum 6-2L Brian Callahan Blair Allison (17) 12-6-96 Conte Forum 6-3W STEVE KARIYA Javier Gorriti (23) 12-7-96 Conte Forum 5-3L Brian Callahan Javier Gorriti (20) 1-31-97 ALFOND ARENA 8-6W SHERMERHORN Javier Gorriti (13), Alfie Michaud (7) 11-21-97 ALFOND ARENA 1-6L Blake Bellefeuille Alfie Michaud (19), Bryan Masotta (6) 11-22-97 ALFOND ARENA 12-5W Shawn Wansborough Alfie Michaud (22) 1-10-98 Conte Forum 0-0T (OT) Alfie Michaud (42) 3-21-98 FleetCenter 2-3L Brian Gionta Alfie Michaud (24) 1-8-99 Conte Forum 2-1W BARRETT HEISTEN Alfie Michaud (38) 1-9-99 Conte Forum 4-7L Blake Bellefeuille Alfie Michaud (16), Mike Morrison (3) 2-13-99 ALFOND ARENA 6-4W MATTHIAS TRATTNIG Alfie Michaud (23) 3-19-99 FleetCenter 2-3L Blake Bellefeuille Alfie Michaud (21) 4-1-99 Arrowhead Pond 2-1W (OT) BOBBY STEWART Alfie Michaud (35) 11-14-99 Conte Forum 4-2W CORY LAROSE Mike Morrison (25) 1-28-00 ALFOND ARENA 2-3L Jeff Farkas Matt Yeats (34) 1-29-00 ALFOND ARENA 0-3L Ales Dolinar Matt Yeats (22) 3-18-00 Fleet Center 2-1W NIKO DIMITRAKOS Matt Yeats (34) 12-10-00 ALFOND ARENA 2-7L Ales Dolinar Matt Yeats (16), Mike Morrison (5), Trapper Clark (2) 1-26-01 Conte Forum 1-4L Mike Lephart Matt Morrison (32) 1-27-01 Conte Forum 2-7L Brian Gionta Matt Yeats (6), Mike Morrison (12) 3-24-01 Worcester Centrum 1-3L Chuck Kobasew Matt Yeats (23) 12-7-01 ALFOND ARENA 5-2W MICHAEL SCHUTTE Mike Morrison (21) 12-8-01 ALFOND ARENA 3-3T (OT) Matt Yeats (35) 2-8-02 Conte Forum 3-4L Ryan Shannon Mike Morrison (29) 3-7-02 ALFOND ARENA 7-3W MARTIN KARIYA Mike Morrison (17) 3-8-02 ALFOND ARENA 4-2W CHRIS HEISTEN Matt Yeats (26) 12-6-02 Conte Forum 4-3 W ROBERT LISCAK Jimmy Howard (27) 12-7-02 Conte Forum 2-2 T (OT) Frank Doyle (39) 2-7-03 ALFOND ARENA 2-5 L David Spina Jimmy Howard (16) 11-7-03 Conte Forum 1-4 L Ben Eaves Jimmy Howard (31) 3-5-04 ALFOND ARENA 3-0 W TODD JACKSON Jimmy Howard (21) 3-6-04 ALFOND ARENA 4-3 W (OT) JOHN RONAN Frank Doyle (39) 4-8-04 Fleet Center 2-1 W DUSTIN PENNER Jimmy Howard (40) 11-5-04 ALFOND ARENA 1-3 L Ryan Shannon Jimmy Howard (28) 3-4-05 Conte Forum 3-4 L Brian Boyle Jimmy Howard (25) 3-5-05 Conte Forum 2-2 T (OT) Jimmy Howard (36) 3-18-05 Fleet Center 1-2 L (2OT) Andrew Alberts Jimmy Howard (36) 10-28-05 Conte Forum 2-1 W BILLY RYAN Ben Bishop (30) 2-17-06 ALFOND ARENA 4-1 W MICHEL LEVEILLE Ben Bishop (20) 2-18-06 ALFOND ARENA 3-1 W ROB BELLAMY Ben Bishop (31) 3-17-06 TD Banknorth Garden 1-4 L Brian Boyle Ben Bishop (25) 11-19-06 ALFOND ARENA 3-4 L (OT) Joe Rooney Ben Bishop (28) 2-15-07 Conte Forum 2-5 L Ben Smith Dave Wilson (15), Ben Bishop (9) 2-16-07 Conte Forum 5-6 L Nathan Gerbe Ben Bishop (28) 11-2-07 Conte Forum 1-1 T Ben Bishop (26) 1-25-08 ALFOND ARENA 3-3 T Ben Bishop (32) 1-26-08 ALFOND ARENA 2-4 L Nathan Gerbe Ben Bishop (27) 11-9-08 ALFOND ARENA 2-1 W BRIAN FLYNN Scott Darling (24) 1-24-09 Conte Forum 3-6 L Joe Whitney Scott Darling (16), Dave Wilson (7) 1-25-09 Conte Forum 1-4 L Tim Kunes Dave Wilson (22) 1-20-09 ALFOND ARENA 3-4 L Matt Price Scott Darling (31) 1-21-09 ALFOND ARENA 3-3 T (OT) Scott Darling (28) 1-15-10 Conte Forum 1-6 L Ben Smith Shawn Sirman (22), Dave Wilson (11) 3-20-10 TD Garden 6-7 L (OT) Matt Lombardi Dave Wilson (27)

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WWW.GOBLACKBEARS.COM

11-19-10 11-21-10 1-16-11 11-4-11 1-20-12 1-21-12 3-17-12

Conte Forum Conte Forum ALFOND ARENA Conte Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA TD Garden

0-4 L 1-4 L 4-1 W 1-5 L 4-3 W 7-4 W 1-4 L

Paul Carey Bill Arnold TANNER HOUSE Kevin Hayes MATT MANGENE CONNOR LEEN Johnny Gaudreau

BOSTON UNIVERSITY (48-56-13 / 50-53-13)

Dan Sullivan (14), Shawn Sirman (6) Dan Sullivan (19) Shawn Sirman (24) Dan Sullivan (8), Martin Ouellette (14) Dan Sullivan (33) Dan Sullivan (31) Dan Sullivan (39)

Date Site Result GWG Maine Goalie(s) 1924 Maine 4-2W 11-20-79 Walter Brown Arena 5-3L Bill Whelton Jim Tortorella (26) 2-19-80 ALFOND ARENA 8-7W BRIAN HUGHES Jim Tortorella (41) 12-13-80 ALFOND ARENA 5-4W GARY CONN Jeff Nord (35) 1-21-81 Walter Brown Arena 3-0L Mark Fidler Jeff Nord (59) 12-12-81 Walter Brown Arena 6-5W SCOTT BORETTI Pete Smith (46) 1-16-82 ALFOND ARENA 7-1L Bruce Milton Duffy Loney (45) 12-11-82 ALFOND ARENA 5-2L Kevin Mutch Pete Smith (15), Ray Roy (10) 2-1-83 Walter Brown Arena 6-2L Tom O’Regan Ray Roy (47) 12-10-83 ALFOND ARENA 3-2L (OT) Peter Marshall Jean Lacoste (28), Mike Silengo (0) 2-3-84 Walter Brown Arena 6-2L Ed Lowney Ray Roy (26), Jean Lacoste (2) 1-20-85 ALFOND ARENA 6-4L Tony Majkozak Pete Smith (7), Jean Lacoste (10) 2-15-85 Walter Brown Arena 7-4L John Cullen Jean Lacoste (37) 2-16-85 Walter Brown Arena 7-2L Eric Labrosse Jean Lacoste (34) 3-9-85 Walter Brown Arena 7-4L Ed Lowney Jean Lacoste (37) 3-10-85 Walter Brown Arena 4-2L Paul Gerlitz Jean Lacoste (31) 12-1-85 Walter Brown Arena 4-1L Eric Labrosse Jean Lacoste (31) 2-14-86 ALFOND ARENA 3-2L Mike Kelfer Al Loring (34) 2-15-86 ALFOND ARENA 6-3L Scott Sanders Al Loring (29) 10-31-86 Walter Brown Arena 3-2W DAVID CAPUANO Al Loring (32) 11-1-86 Walter Brown Arena 7-5W BOB CORKUM Scott King (36) 2-27-87 ALFOND ARENA 6-3W MIKE GOLDEN Al Loring (28) 2-28-87 ALFOND ARENA 4-2W MIKE McHUGH Scott King (35) 11-14-87 ALFOND ARENA 7-5W MIKE GOLDEN Scott King (16) 12-4-87 Walter Brown Arena 6-2W MIKE GOLDEN Al Loring (26) 12-5-87 Walter Brown Arena 7-1W DAVID CAPUANO Scott King (33) 11-29-88 Walter Brown Arena 8-4W GUY PERRON Matt DelGuidice (36) 2-24-89 ALFOND ARENA 8-4W VINCE GUIDOTTI Matt DelGuidice (24) 2-25-89 ALFOND ARENA 5-3W BOB BEERS Scott King (2), Matt DelGuidice (18) 12-10-89 Walter Brown Arena 3-2W (OT) JEAN-YVES ROY Matt DelGuidice (29) 12-11-89 Walter Brown Arena 3-2L (OT) Tony Amonte Scott King (34) 2-24-90 ALFOND ARENA 5-2W SCOTT PELLERIN Matt DelGuidice (12), Scott King (8) 3-9-90 ALFOND ARENA 3-1W M. ROBITAILLE Matt DelGuidice (32) 12-2-90 Walter Brown Arena 7-4L Shawn McEachern Garth Snow (12), Mike Dunham (18) 1-25-91 ALFOND ARENA 4-2W J. MONTGOMERY Mike Dunham (23) 1-26-91 ALFOND ARENA 4-0W BRIAN DOWNEY Garth Snow (28) 3-10-91 Boston Garden 4-3L (OT) Shawn McEachern Garth Snow (28) 11-15-91 Walter Brown Arena 5-4L Mike Prendergast Garth Snow (18) 11-16-91 Walter Brown Arena 8-1W+ SCOTT PELLERIN Garth Snow (25) 1-31-92 ALFOND ARENA 4-4T (OT) Garth Snow (23) 11-20-92 Walter Brown Arena 4-3W M. LATENDRESSE Mike Dunham (40) 11-21-92 Walter Brown Arena 6-3W CHRIS FERRARO Garth Snow (30) 2-19-93 ALFOND ARENA 7-6L (OT) M. Prendergast Mike Dunham (22) 2-20-93 ALFOND ARENA 6-1W DAVE MacISAAC Garth Snow (22) 3-20-93 Boston Garden 5-2W M. LATENDRESSE Garth Snow (28) 11-19-93 ALFOND ARENA 5-3L Jacques Joubert Blair Marsh (21) 11-20-93 ALFOND ARENA 5-1W+ SHERMERHORN Blair Allison (24) 2-19-94 Walter Brown Arena 0-0T+ Blair Allison (26) 2-20-94 Walter Brown Arena 5-1L Steve Thornton Blair Allison (11), Blair Marsh (9) 3-11-94 Walter Brown Arena 8-5L Dan Donato Blair Allison (19), Blair Marsh (4) 3-12-94 Walter Brown Arena 3-4L Jon Jenkins Blair Marsh (14), Blair Allison (8) 10-30-94 Walter Brown Arena 3-3T (OT) Blair Allison (21) 11-27-94 Great Western Forum 6-5W (OT) SHERMERHORN Blair Allison (22) 12-2-94 ALFOND ARENA 6-5W CHRIS IMES Blair Allison (24) 12-3-94 ALFOND ARENA 5-5T (OT) Blair Allison (34) 4-1-95 Providence CC 6-2L Jacques Joubert Blair Allison (33) 11-14-95 ALFOND ARENA 5-2L Shawn Bates Blair Allison (32) 1-19-96 Walter Brown Arena 4-3L Chris O’Sullivan Blair Allison (48) 11-20-96 Walter Brown Arena 3-3T (OT) Blair Allison (39) 1-25-97 Walter Brown Arena 3-1W JEFF LIBBY Alfie Michaud (25) 2-21-97 ALFOND ARENA 3-0W SHAWN MANSOFF Alfie Michaud (20) 2-22-97 ALFOND ARENA 7-2W DAVID CULLEN Alfie Michaud (21), Javier Gorriti (2) 11-8-97 ALFOND ARENA 0-6L Tommi DeGerman Alfie Michaud (20) 1-23-98 Walter Brown Arena 3-4L Chris Kelleher Alfie Michaud (34) 1-24-98 Walter Brown Arena 2-3L Mike Sylvia Alfie Michaud (26) 1-5-99 Walter Brown Arena 4-3 W CORY LAROSE Alfie Michaud (24) 2-19-99 ALFOND ARENA 7-2 W CORY LAROSE Alfie Michaud (12), Mike Morrison (0) 2-20-99 ALFOND ARENA 1-4 L Carl Corazzini Alfie Michaud (22) 12-10-99 ALFOND ARENA 4-2 W BRENDAN WALSH Matt Yeats (18) 1-15-00 Walter Brown Arena 4-5 L Brian Collins Mike Morrison (22) 1-16-00 Walter Brown Arena 3-3 T(OT) Matt Yeats (22) 3-17-00 FleetCenter 4-2 W BEN GUITE Matt Yeats (36) 12-8-01 Walter Brown Arena 2-3 L Freddy Meyer Matt Yeats (22) 1-12-01 ALFOND ARENA 3-3 T(OT) Matt Yeats (15) 1-13-01 ALFOND ARENA 3-1 W NIKO DIMITRAKOS Matt Yeats (15) 11-9-01 ALFOND ARENA 2-3 L (OT) Bryan Miller Mike Morrison (21) 3-1-02 Walter Brown Arena 9-6 W COLIN SHIELDS Mike Morrison (23) 3-2-02 Walter Brown Arena 4-4 T(OT) Matt Yeats (22) 3-15-02 FleetCenter 4-3 W NIKO DIMITRAKOS Matt Yeats (27) 3-24-02 Worcester Centrum 4-3 W COLIN SHIELDS Matt Yeats (31) 11-16-02 Walter Brown Arena 7-3 W MARTIN KARIYA Jimmy Howard (36) 2-28-03 ALFOND ARENA 2-4 L John Cronin Frank Doyle (16) 3-1-03 ALFOND ARENA 4-2 W LUCAS LAWSON Jimmy Howard (26) 11-1-03 ALFOND ARENA 2-1 W COLIN SHIELDS Frank Doyle (23) 1-23-04 Walter Brown Arena 8-4 W COLIN SHIELDS Frank Doyle (31) 1-24-04 Walter Brown Arena 0-1 L Bryan Miller Jimmy Howard (25) 3-19-04 Fleet Center 1-0 W MIKE HAMILTON Jimmy Howard (21) 10-31-04 Walter Brown Arena 1-2 L Brian McConnell Jimmy Howard (30) 1-21-05 ALFOND ARENA 1-1 T (OT) Jimmy Howard (25) 1-22-05 ALFOND ARENA 4-2 W KEITH JOHNSON Jimmy Howard (28) 11-6-05 ALFOND ARENA 1-2 L Brad Zancanaro Matt Lundin (18) 1-13-06 Agganis Arena 2-3 L Kenny Roche Matt Lundin (26) 1-14-06 Agganis Arena 5-4 L Bryan Ewing Ben Bishop (9), Matt Lundin (9) 11-4-06 Agganis Arena 2-2 T (OT) Ben Bishop (29) 1-12-07 ALFOND ARENA 5-6 L Bryan Ewing Ben Bishop (11), Dave Wilson (3) 1-13-07 ALFOND ARENA 0-3 L Matt Gilroy Ben Bishop (24) 1-12-08 ALFOND ARENA 1-3 L Kevin Shattenkirk Ben Bishop (27) 2-15-08 Agganis Arena 1-2 L (OT) Luke Popko Ben Bishop (31) 2-16-08 Agganis Arena 0-1 L (OT) Colin Wilson Ben Bishop (37) 1-10-09 Agganis Arena 1-4 L Chris Higgins Scott Darling (22)

GAME-BY-GAME VS. 2011–2012 OPPONENTS

2-13-09 2-14-09 3-13-09 3-14-09 3-15-09 11-8-09 2-12-10 2-13-10 3-19-10 11-6-10 1-28-11 1-29-11 12-10-11 1-27-12 1-28-12 3-16-12

ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Agganis Arena Agganis Arena Agganis Arena ALFOND ARENA Agganis Arena Agganis Arena TD Garden Agganis Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Agganis Arena Agganis Arena TD Garden

CORNELL (6-7-2) Date 12-28-78 1-26-80 11-29-80 3-10-81 2-20-82 2-20-83 11-22-83 1-2-94 1-4-00 11-21-00 12-28-00 12-28-02 12-29-04 12-29-06 12-30-10

Site Lynah Rink Lynah Rink ALFOND ARENA Lynah Rink Lynah Rink ALFOND ARENA Lynah Rink Mariucci Arena Cumbeland Co. CC Lynah Rink Teco Arena Teco Arena Germain Arena Germain Arena Germain Arena

FERRIS STATE (1-1-0, 0-2-0) Date 12-17-93 12-18-93

Site ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA

MASSACHUSETTS (43-17-7)

2-7 L Jason Lawrence 2-2 T 1-2 L Colby Cohen 6-3 W SPENCER ABBOTT 2-6 L Joe Pereira 3-2 W SPENCER ABBOTT 4-7 L Zach Cohen 2-5 L Zach Cohen 5-2 W Robby Dee 2-2 T (OT) 3-4 L David Warsofsky 1-1 T (OT) 1-5 L Sahir Gill 4-2 W MARK ANTHOINE 3-1 W NICK PRYOR 5-3 W MARK ANTHOINE

Scott Darling (2), Dave Wilson (12) Dave Wilson (34) Scott Darling (23) Scott Darling (29) Scott Darling (20), Josh Seeley (2) Scott Darling (26) Scott Darling (18), Shawn Sirman (4) Scott Darling (31) Dave Wilson (22) Dan Sullian (28) Shawn Sirman (23) Martin Ouellette (19) Dan Sullivan (27) Dan Sullivan (28) Dan Sullivan (38) Dan Sullivan (28)

Result GWG 1-3 L Bob Hallstrom 2-6 L Jim Gibson 7-2 W ROBERT LaFLEUR 4-7 L Tobin 2-8 L Gallant 5-6 L Cullen 3-6 L Major 4-1 W JASON WEINRICH 2-2 T(OT) 1-1 T(OT) 2-1 W A.J. BEGG 3-2 W GRAY SHANEBERGER 3-4 L Charlie Cook 6-3 W TEDDY PURCELL 3-2 W (OT) MATT MANGENE

Maine Goalie(s) Jim Tortorella (28) Jim Tortorella (26), Dick Totaro (20) Pete Smith (20), Duffy Loney (21) Ray Roy (30) Jean Lacoste (40) Blair Marsh (18) Mike Morrison (20) Mike Morrison (19) Matt Yeats (11) Frank Doyle (25) Jimmy Howard (16) Ben Bishop (24) Martin Ouellette (21)

Result 5-3 W + 3-5 L

Maine Goalie(s) Blair Allison (24) Blair Allison (27)

GWG MARCEL PINEAU Mike Kolenda

Date Site Result GWG Maine Goalie(s) 1-26-79 ALFOND ARENA 8-3 W PAUL WHEELER Jim Tortorella (22) 1-27-79 ALFOND ARENA 13-3 W JOE CRESPI Jeff Nord (20) 1-27-95 Mullins Center 7-2 W BRAD MAHONEY Blair Allison (16), Blair Marsh (8) 1-28-95 Mullins Center 4-2 L Jon Jacques Blair Allison (23) 2-11-95 ALFOND ARENA 7-0 W SCOTT PARMENTIER Blair Allison (5), Blair Marsh (8) 3-11-95 ALFOND ARENA 7-4 W BRAD PURDIE Blair Allison (14), Greg Hirsch (3) 1-9-96 Mullins Center 7-1 W TONY FRENETTE Blair Allison (25) 1-26-96 ALFOND ARENA 6-3 W SHERMERHORN Blair Allison (16) 1-27-96 ALFOND ARENA 6-3 W BRAD PURDIE Blair Allison (26) 2-14-97 Mullins Center 6-4 W JASON MANSOFF Alfie Michaud (16) 2-15-97 Mullins Center 8-1 W BOBBY STEWART Alfie Michaud (13) 3-1-97 ALFOND ARENA 10-3 W TREVOR ROENICK Alfie Michaud (18) 2-13-98 ALFOND ARENA 6-1 W ADAM TATE Alfie Michaud (28) 2-14-98 ALFOND ARENA 12-2 W DAVID CULLEN Alfie Michaud (3), Javier Gorriti (7), Ed Washuk (8) 3-7-98 Mullins Center 5-5 T(OT) Alfie Michaud (27) 11-13-98 Mullins Center 1-2 L Jeff Blanchard Alfie Michaud (12) 11-14-98 Mullins Center 1-1 T (OT) Mike Morrison (18) 1-17-99 ALFOND ARENA 5-0 W BARRETT HEISTEN Alfie Michaud (20) 3-11-99 ALFOND ARENA 3-1 W BOBBY STEWART Alfie Michaud (20) 3-12-99 ALFOND ARENA 5-2 W CORY LAROSE Alfie Michaud (22) 1-11-00 Mullins Center 4-2 W DOUG JANIK Matt Yeats (35) 2-11-00 ALFOND ARENA 5-2 W NIKO DIMITRAKOS Matt Yeats (28) 2-12-00 ALFOND ARENA 5-2 W BEN GUITE Matt Yeats (23) 12-14-00 ALFOND ARENA 3-2 W ERIC TURGEON Matt Yeats (23) 2-9-01 Mullins Center 3-2 W DAN KERLUKE Matt Yeats (21) 2-10-01 Mullins Center 5-1 W MICHAEL SCHUTTE Matt Yeats (17) 11-30-01 Mullins Center 6-1 W COLIN SHIELDS Mike Morrison (31) 2-22-02 ALFOND ARENA 7-1 W PETER METCALF Matt Yeats (11), Mike Morrison (12) 2-23-02 ALFOND ARENA 7-0 W FRANCIS NAULT Matt Yeats (4), Mike Morrison (8) 11-9-02 ALFOND ARENA 1-0 W COLIN SHIELDS Jimmy Howard (20) 12-29-02 Teco Arena 8‑3 W MARTIN KARIYA Frank Doyle (18), Ray Jean (12) 2-21-03 Mullins Center 2-4 L Stephen Werner Jimmy Howard (27) 2-22-03 Mullins Center 4-0 W JOHN RONAN Frank Doyle (18) 2-6-03 ALFOND ARENA 3-5 L Stephen Jacobs Jimmy Howard (9), Frank Doyle (13) 2-7-03 ALFOND ARENA 2-4 L Stephen Werner Jimmy Howard (6), Frank Doyle (10) 11-21-03 Mullins Center 1-1 T (OT) Jimmy Howard (22) 1-16-04 ALFOND ARENA 3-0 W MIKE HAMILTON Frank Doyle (17) 1-17-04 ALFOND ARENA 0-1 L Marvin Degon Jimmy Howard (15) 3-20-04 Fleet Center 2-1 W (3OT) BEN MURPHY Jimmy Howard (63) 11-19-04 ALFOND ARENA 6-2 W JOSH SOARES Jimmy Howard (10) 1-14-05 Mullins Center 2-2 T (OT) Jimmy Howard (20) 1-15-05 Mullins Center 5-2 W BRET TYLER Jimmy Howard (14) 10-29-05 Mullins Center 4-0 W ROB BELLAMY Matt Lundin (31) 3-3-06 ALFOND ARENA 2-2 T (OT) Ben Bishop (22) 3-4-06 ALFOND ARENA 5-3 W DEREK DAMON Ben Bishop (19) 10-28-06 ALFOND ARENA 4-1 W BRET TYLER Ben Bishop (16) 3-2-07 Mullins Center 1-3 L Cory Quirk Dave Wilson (34) 3-3-07 Mullins Center 3-5 L Matt Burto Dave Wilson (18) 3-9-07 Mullins Center 2-3 L John Wessbecker Dave Wilson (21) 3-10-07 Mullins Center 2-5 L Matt Burto Dave Wilson (23) 3-24-07 Blue Cross Arena 3-1 W MIKE HAMILTON Ben Bishop (35) 2-2-08 Mullins Center 3-5 L Chase Langeraap Ben Bishop (40) 2-23-08 ALFOND ARENA 3-2 W MATT DUFFY Ben Bishop (24) 2-24-08 ALFOND ARENA 5-4 W (OT) WES CLARK Ben Bishop (36) 2-1-08 ALFOND ARENA 2-1 W JEFF DIMMEN Dave Wilson (21) 2-20-09 Mullins Center 3-4 L Brian Keane Dave Wilson (38) 2-21-09 Mullins Center 3-4 L T.J. Syner Scott Darling (23) 10-23-09 Mullins Center 3-5 L Michael Marcou Scott Darling (7), Shawn Sirman (17) 3-5-10 ALFOND ARENA 2-5 L Matt Irwin Shawn Sirman (13), Dave Wilson (6) 3-6-10 ALFOND ARENA 3-4 L Brett Watson Shawn Sirman (3), Dave Wilson (13) 12-12-10 ALFOND ARENA 4-1 W BRIAN FLYNN Dan Sullivan (21) 3-4-11 Mullins Center 4-3 W ROBBY DEE Dan Sullivan (31) 3-5-11 Mullins Center 4-4 T (OT) Dan Sullivan (26) 11-18-12 Mullins Center 2-2 T (OT) Dan Sullivan (35) 12-30-12 Germain Arena 5-2 W MARK ANTHOINE Dan Sullivan (17) 2-17-12 ALFOND ARENA 7-3 W BRIAN FLYNN Dan Sullivan (18) / Martin Ouellette (2) 2-18-12 ALFOND ARENA 1-4 L Michael Pereira Dan Sullivan (19)

MASSACHUSETTS-LOWELL (75-31-3 / 75-29-5) Date 1-14-78 12-18-78 12-17-81 12-16-82 12-5-83 1-14-84 1-26-85 2-8-85 2-9-85 1-24-86 1-25-86 2-1-86 1-16-87 1-17-87 2-6-87 2-7-87 3-15-87 12-7-87 2-12-88 2-13-88 1-17-89 2-10-89 2-11-89 1-12-90 1-13-90 2-13-90 3-2-90 3-3-90 12-1-90 12-7-90 12-8-90 3-2-91 1-4-92 2-1-92 2-7-92 2-8-92 12-12-92 2-5-93 2-6-93 3-19-93 12-12-93 2-12-94 2-13-94 2-4-95 2-25-95 2-26-95 3-18-95 12-8-95 12-9-95 3-2-96 3-15-96 11-22-96 11-23-96 11-29-96 1-4-97 10-31-97 12-12-97 12-13-97 3-20-98 11-6-98 11-7-98 2-26-98 11-19-99 2-18-00 2-19-00 11-17-00 2-16-01 2-17-01 11-3-01 1-25-02 1-26-02 1-4-03 1-24-03 1-25-03 11-16-03 2-26-04 2-27-04 11-13-04 2-25-05 2-26-05 3-11-05 3-12-05 11-11-05 1-6-06 1-7-06 3-10-06 3-11-06 11-10-06 1-5-07 1-6-07 12-29-07 2-1-08 3-7-08 3-8-08 1-30-09 3-6-09 3-7-09 11-27-09 2-19-10 2-20-10 3-12-10 3-13-10 3-14-10 10-8-10 2-18-11 2-19-11

11-11-11

Site Skate 3 Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Cen. Me. Center Joe Tully Forum Joe Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Joe Tully Forum Joe Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA Joe Tully Forum Joe Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Boston Garden ALFOND ARENA Joe Tully Forum Joe Tully Forum Joe Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tully Forum Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tully Forum Tully Forum Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Boston Garden ALFOND ARENA Tully Forum Tully Forum Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Boston Garden Tully Forum Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA FleetCenter ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Gutterson Fieldhouse Tully Forum ALFOND ARENA Tully Forum Tully Forum Fleet Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Chelmsford Forum Chelmsford Forum Germain Arena Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA

ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena

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Result GWG 5-1 L Dean Jenkins 5-4 W JAMIE LOGAN 2-1 L Mike Opre 4-2 L Mark Kumpel 5-3 L Paul Mahan 6-2 L John Bernis 5-4 W MIKE McHUGH 4-3 L Jon Morris 3-2 L Mike Opre 4-2 L Dennis McCarroll 3-2 L Mike Rawnsley 6-2 W MIKE GOLDEN 9-4 W CHRIS. LALONDE 5-3 W MIKE McHUGH 3-2 L (OT) Bill Dohaney 9-2 W CHRIS CAMBIO 5-4 W MIKE McHUGH 6-5 W (OT) GUY PERRON 6-3 W JACK CAPUANO 7-5 L Jeff Flaherty 9-2 W BOB BEERS 7-3 W BOB CORKUM 4-2 L David Gatti 2-1 L Don Parsons 7-3 W MIKE BARKLEY 7-2 W DAN MURPHY 7-3 W BRIAN DOWNEY 16-0 W MARTIN ROBITAILLE 6-2 W BRIAN DOWNEY 4-5 L Don Parsons 4-2 W BRIAN DOWNEY 5-3 W MARTIN ROBITAILLE 4-2 W CAL INGRAHAM 5-2 W JEAN-YVES ROY 6-5 W CHRIS IMES 6-2 W JEAN-YVES ROY 6-3 W PETER FERRARO 7-4 W MIKE LATENDRESSE 4-2 W PAUL KARIYA 7-5 W PAUL KARIYA 5-0 L Ian Hebert 4-4 T+ 4-4 T+ 8-1 W BARRY CLUKEY 4-2 L S. Basaraba 8-5 W TIM LOVELL 6-0 W JEFF TORY 6-1 W TONY FRENETTE 3-3 T (OT) 7-5 L Jeff Daw 5-2 W SHERMERHORN 5-4 W (OT) CORY LAROSE 3-2 L (OT) Neil Donovan 4-3 W SCOTT PARMENTIER 8-5 W SHAWN MANSOFF 6-2 W CORY LAROSE 7-3 W JAASKELAINEN 3-3 T(OT) 6-2 W STEVE KARIYA 3-2 W (OT) DAN KERLUKE 5-2 W STEVE KARIYA 5-2 W DAN KERLUKE 3-1 W BEN GUITE 4-1 W MARTIN KARIYA 4-3 W JIM LEGER 2-0 W LUCAS LAWSON 6-2 W NIKO DIMITRAKOS 1-3 L Ed McGrane 6-3 W ROBERT LISCAK 2-1 W ROBERT LISCAK 4-1 W NIKO DIMITRAKOS 5-2 W TODD JACKSON 3-2 W FRANCIS NAULT 4-4 T (OT) 4-0 W BRENT SHEPHEARD 2-3 L Jerramie Domish 4-0 W JON JANKUS 5-4 W DEREK DAMON 2-0 W BRENT SHEPHEARD 5-3 W BRENT SHEPHEARD 7-2 W MICHEL LEVEILLE 5-1 W MICHEL LEVEILLE 9-2 W MICHEL LEVEILLE 4-0 W JOSH SOARES 6-2 W MICHEL LEVEILLE 4-3 W (OT) KEITH JOHNSON 4-3 W MATT DUFFY 4-1 W KEENAN HOPSON 4-2 W TEDDY PURCELL 5-2 W TEDDY PURCELL 0-6 L Jonathan Maniff 2-3 L Jonathan Maniff 4-1 W JEFF MARSHALL 3-2 W TRAVIS RAMSEY 2-3 L Kory Falite 3-5 L Scott Campbell 0-6 L Kory Falite 3-1 W Adam Shemansky 8-4 W BRIAN FLYNN 2-4 L Kory Falite 1-2 L Ben Holmstrom

2-0 W 3-2 W (OT) 8-2 W 4-0 W 3-0 W

3-5 L

SPENCER ABBOTT TANNER HOUSE KYLE BEATTIE MATT MANGENE GUSTAV NYQUIST

Scott Wilson

Maine Goalie(s) Jim Tortorella (35) Jim Tortorella (36) Duffy Loney (36) Pete Smith (34) Mike Silengo (33) Mike Silengo (23), Pete Smith (10) Ray Roy (44) Ray Roy (23) Jean Lacoste (29) Al Loring (46) Al Loring (29) Al Loring (35) Al Loring (19) Scott King (27) Al Loring (34) Scott King (35) Scott King (28) Al Loring (25) Scott King (24) Scott King (16), Al Loring (4) Matt DelGuidice (23) Scott King (13), Matt DelGuidice (2) Scott King (18) Scott King (13) Matt DelGuidice (20) Scott King (12) Matt DelGuidice (25) Scott King (21) Mike Dunham (22) Mike Dunham (17) Garth Snow (15) Garth Snow (14) Garth Snow (17) Garth Snow (20) Garth Snow (19) Garth Snow (20) Garth Snow (18) Mike Dunham (17) Garth Snow (17) Mike Dunham (14), Garth Snow (10) Blair Allison (24) Blair Allison (20) Blair Allison (29) Blair Allison (20), Blair Marsh (1) Blair Allison (14) Blair Allison (21) Blair Allison (12), Blair Marsh (2) Blair Allison (25) Blair Allison (20) Blair Marsh (31) Blair Allison (26) Alfie Michaud (16) Alfie Michaud (26) Alfie Michaud (8), Javier Gorriti (4) Alfie Michaud (23) Alfie Michaud (12) Alfie Michaud (31) Alfie Michaud (21) Alfie Michaud (23), Ed Washuk (2) Alfie Michaud (22) Mike Morrison (14) Alfie Michaud (24) Matt Yeats (20) Matt Yeats (30) Mat Yeats (23) Matt Yeats (21) Matt Yeats (12) Matt Yeats (19) Mike Morrison (19) Mike Morrison (23) Mike Morrison (25) Frank Doyle (39) Jimmy Howard (34) Frank Doyle (30) Frank Doyle (22) Frank Doyle (20) Jimmy Howard (20) Matt Lundin (4), Jimmy Howard (13) Jimmy Howard (27) Jimmy Howard (31) Jimmy Howard (26), Matt Lundin (0) Jimmy Howard (21), Matt Lundin (0) Ben Bishop (15) Matt Lundin (17) Ben Bishop (27) Ben Bishop (21) Ben Bishop (24) Ben Bishop (22) Ben Bishop (24) Ben Bishop (42) Ben Bishop (14), Dave Wilson (5) Ben Bishop (25) Ben Bishop (25) Ben Bishop (20) Dave Wilson (35) Scott Darling (26) Scott Darling (16) Scott Darling (27) Scott Darling (13) Scott Darling (27) Dave WIlson (19)

Dave Wilson (23) Dave Wilson (26) Shawn Sullivan (18), Dan Sullian (2) Dan Sullivan (21) Dan Sullivan (28)

Martin Ouellette (4), Dan Sullivan (14)

2012-13 MEN’S HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE

63

GAME-BY-GAME VS. 2012–2013 OPPONENTS

11-12-11 2-11-12

Chad Ruhwedel MATT MANGENE

Dan Sullivan (23) Dan Sullivan (35)

MERCYHURST (4-0-1) Date Site 11-1-02 ALFOND ARENA 11-2-02 ALFOND ARENA 12-16-06 Cumberland County CC 10-19-07 ALFOND ARENA 10-20-07 ALFOND ARENA

Result GWG 5-0 W MARTIN KARIYA 7-0 W COLIN SHIELDS 1-1 T (OT) 4-2 W BRET TYLER 4-1 W GLENN BELMORE

Maine Goalie(s) Jimmy Howard (17) Frank Doyle (25) Ben Bishop (18) Ben Bishop (23) Ben Bishop (15)

MERRIMACK (62-17-7 / 64-15-7) Date Site 12-29-78 Lynah Rink 1-9-79 ALFOND ARENA 1-13-70 Volpe Complex 1-9-81 Cum. Co. CC 2-4-86 ALFOND ARENA 2-3-87 ALFOND ARENA 10-29-88 ALFOND ARENA 11-20-89 Volpe Complex 12-5-89 Volpe Complex 1-23-90 ALFOND ARENA 2-2-91 Volpe Complex 2-15-91 ALFOND ARENA 2-16-91 ALFOND ARENA 1-17-92 Volpe Complex 1-19-92 ALFOND ARENA 2-10-92 Volpe Complex 3-8-92 ALFOND ARENA 11-13-92 ALFOND ARENA 11-14-92 ALFOND ARENA 2-26-93 Volpe Complex 2-27-93 Volpe Complex 11-12-93 ALFOND ARENA 11-13-93 ALFOND ARENA 2-26-94 Volpe Complex 2-27-94 Volpe Complex 12-9-94 Volpe Complex 12-10-94 Volpe Complex 2-12-95 ALFOND ARENA 12-2-95 ALFOND ARENA 12-3-95 ALFOND ARENA 2-3-96 Volpe Complex 1-10-97 Volpe Complex 1-11-97 Volpe Complex 2-2-97 ALFOND ARENA 11-14-97 ALFOND ARENA 11-15-97 ALFOND ARENA 1-9-98 Volpe Complex 1-22-99 Volpe Complex 1-23-99 Volpe Complex 2-28-99 ALFOND ARENA 11-12-99 Volpe Complex 2-25-00 ALFOND ARENA 2-26-00 ALFOND ARENA 11-10-00 ALFOND ARENA 2-23-01 Volpe Complex 2-24-01 Volpe Complex 1-18-02 ALFOND ARENA 1-19-02 ALFOND ARENA 2-9-02 Volpe Complex 1-17-03 Volpe Complex 1-18-03 Volpe Complex 2-9-03 ALFOND ARENA 10-30-03 ALFOND ARENA 12-5-03 Lawler Arena 1-6-04 Lawler Arena 3-12-04 ALFOND ARENA 3-13-04 ALFOND ARENA 10-29-04 Lawler Arena 12-3-04 ALFOND ARENA 12-4-04 ALFOND ARENA 11-4-05 ALFOND ARENA 2-24-06 Lawler Arena 2-25-06 Lawler Arena 11-3-06 Lawler Arena 2-24-07 ALFOND ARENA 2-25-07 ALFOND ARENA 11-16-07 Lawler Arena 11-17-07 Lawler Arena 12-8-07 ALFOND ARENA 11-21-08 ALFOND ARENA 11-22-08 ALFOND ARENA 12-7-08 Lawler Arena 1-9-10 ALFOND ARENA 2-26-10 Lawler Arena 2-27-10 Lawler Arena 1-8-11 Lawler Arena 2-25-11 ALFOND ARENA 2-26-11 ALFOND ARENA 3-11-11 Lawler Arena 3-12-11 Lawler Arena 10-7-11 ALFOND ARENA 1-13-12 Lawler Arena 1-14-12 Lawler Arena 3-9-12 ALFOND ARENA 3-10-12 ALFOND ARENA 3-11-12 ALFOND ARENA

Result GWG 3-2W DAN SWEENEY 7-5L Brian Bullock 3-1L Tom Lawler 8-4W TODD BJORKSTRAND 6-3W DAVE WENSLEY 5-3W STEVE SANTINI 4-2W MIKE BARKLEY 5-1W GUY PERRON 5-3W JEAN-YVES ROY 6-1W BRIAN DOWNEY 7-3W BRIAN STRAUB 7-2W BRIAN DOWNEY 7-4W JIM MONTGOMERY 7-2 W JEAN-YVES ROY 10-4 W TONY LINK 6-2 W MATT MARTIN 7-0 W KENT SALFI 14-1 W ERIC FENTON 11-2 W PAUL KARIYA 4-2 W CHRIS IMES 8-1 W CHIRS FERRARO 5-2 W+ JACQUE RODRIGUE 6-3 W+ JUSTIN TOMBERLIN 8-3 W WAYNE CONLAN 6-4 W MIKE LATENDRESSE 3-3 T (OT) 3-1 W BRAD PURDIE 3-2 W TIM LOVELL 6-2 W STEVE KARIYA 9-5 W JEFF TORY 2-1 W STEVE KARIYA 3-1 L Rejean Stringer 6-2 W SHERMERHORN 5-4 L (OT) Casey Kesselring 4-5 L Martin Laroche 6-4 W WANSBOROUGH 7-6 W(OT) GUSTAFSSON 5-2 W BEN GUITE 4-3 W BARRETT HEISTEN 4-0 W BEN GUITE 3-3 T(OT) 5-1 W NIKO DIMITRAKOS 5-3 W CHRIS HEISTEN 6-2 W TODD JACKSON 5-4 W MICHAEL SCHUTTE 1-1 T (OT) 5-1 W TODD JACKSON 5-3 W COLIN SHIELDS 2-5 L Ryan Cordeiro 5-5 T (OT) 2-1 W ROBERT LISCAK 4-2 W LUCAS LAWSON 6-2 W GREG MOORE 3-1 W COLIN SHIELDS 5-2 W DEREK DAMON 2-1 W COLIN SHIELDS 3-2 W TODD JACKSON 3-0 W BILLY RYAN 2-2 T (OT) 5-0 W DEREK DAMON 3-1 W GREG MOORE 4-1 W BILLY RYAN 2-1 W JOHN HOPSON 4-1 W MIKE LUNDIN 3-0 W BRET TYLER 5-1 W SIMON DANIS-PEPIN 1-5 L Matt Jones 1-2 L Rob Ricci 3-1 W MATT DUFFY 2-1 W BRETT CARRIERE 1-1 T 3-2 W BRETT CARRIERE 4-2 W GUSTAV NYQUIST 3-6 L Bobby Kramer 5-1 W GUSTAV NYQUIST 1-7 L Shawn Bates 4-0 W SPENCER ABBOTT 7-1 W BRIAN FLYNN 4-5 L Elliott Sheen 2-6 L Mike Collins 1-2 L Jesse Todd 2-6 L Kyle Bigos 2-2 T (OT) 2-1 W KYLE BEATTIE 2-5 L Jeff Velleca 2-1 W Brice O’Connor

Maine Goalie(s) Jeff Nord (39) Jeff Nord (27) Jim Tortorella (33) Jeff Nord (22) Ray Roy (27) Al Loring (14), Scott King (13) Scott King (13) Scott King (21) Matt DelGuidice (21) Scott King (18) Garth Snow (31) Mike Dunham (17), Rob Howland (1) Garth Snow (25) Garth Snow (20) Mike Dunham (22), Rob Howland (5) Garth Snow (12), Rob Howland (1) Mike Dunham (6), Garth Snow (5) Mike Dunham (13), Greg Hirsch (6) Garth Snow (19) Mike Dunham (27) Garth Snow (28) Blair Allison (31) Blair Allison (23) Blair Marsh (14), Greg Hirsch (5) Blair Marsh (25) Blair Allison (26) Blair Allison (17) Blair Allison (15) Blair Allison (12), Blair Marsh (3) Blair Allison (25) Blair Marsh (17) Javier Gorriti (31) Alfie Michaud (20) Alfie Michaud (28) Bryan Masotta (15) Alfie Michaud (24) Alfie Michaud (51) Alfie Michaud (23) Alfie Michaud (26) Alfie Michaud (15) Matt Yeats (23) Matt Yeats (20) Matt Yeats (31) Matt Yeats (20) Matt Yeats (12), Mike Morrison (4) Matt Yeats (22) Matt Yeats (8), Mike Morrison (16) Mike Morrison (28) Matt Yeats (28) Frank Doyle (20) Jimmy Howard (35) Frank Doyle (13) Jimmy Howard (17) Jimmy Howard (28) Frank Doyle (17), Ray Jean (4) Jimmy Howard (14) Frank Doyle (9) Jimmy Howard (21) Jimmy Howard (10) Jimmy Howard (12) Ben Bishop (17) Ben Bishop (17) Ben Bishop (12) Ben Bishop (15) Ben Bishop (25) Ben Bishop (13), Dave Wilson (12) Ben Bishop (19), Dave Wilson (2) Ben Bishop (23) Ben Bishop (26) Dave Wilson (19) Scott Darling (23) Scott Darling (27) Scott Darling (26) Scott Darling (24), Dave Wilson (1) Shawn Sirman (24) Martin Ouellette (10), Dan Sullivan (15) Dan Sullivan (15) Dan Sullivan (18) Dan Sullivan (19) Dan Sullivan (22), Shawn Sirman (9) Martin Ouellette (25) Dan Sullivan (18), Martin Ouellette (9) Dan Sullivan (32) Dan Sullivan (20) Dan Sullivan (32) Dan Sullivan (20)

MINNESOTA DULUTH (3-6-0) Date Site 11-30-84 Duluth Arena 12-1-84 Duluth Arena 11-22-85 ALFOND ARENA 11-23-85 ALFOND ARENA 1-3-87 Duluth Arena 1-16-88 ALFOND ARENA 1-7-89 Duluth Arena 12-27-05 Germain Arena 3-24-12 DCU Center

Result 2-6 L 2-7 L 2-7 L 3-6 L 2-1 W 6-2 W 4-1 W 1-4 L 2-5 L

GWG Dave Cowan Tom Herzig Brian Johnson Brett Hull MIKE GOLDEN DAVE WENSLEY DAVID CAPUANO Justin Williams Jake Hendrickson

Maine Goalie(s) Ray Roy (25), Jean Lacoste (16) Ray Roy (13), Jean Lacoste (26) Al Loring (25) Al Loring (24) Scott King (22) Scott King (26), Al Loring (2) Scott King (13) Matt Lundin (38) Dan Sullivan (21)

NEBRASKA OMAHA (3-1-0) Date Site 2-27-98 ALFOND ARENA 2-28-98 ALFOND ARENA 10-16-98 OMAHA CIVIC AUDITORIUM 10-17-98 OMAHA CIVIC AUDITORIUM

Result 11-0 W 3-4 L 6-2 W 3-0 W

GWG STEVE KARIYA Vic Sharma MARCUS GUSTAFSSON CORY LAROSE

Maine Goalie(s) Alfie Michaud (18) Javier Gorriti (10), Alfie Michaud (0) Alfie Michaud (26) Alfond Michaud (29)

NEW HAMPSHIRE (58-49-5 / 61-46-5) Date Site 12-15-79 ALFOND ARENA 2-16-80 Snively Arena 12-27-81 Snively Arena

Result 5-3W 6-5W (OT) 10-4L

GWG JOHN TORTORELLA DWIGHT MONTGOMERY George White

Maine Goalie(s) Jeff Nord (26) Jim Tortorella (37) Jeff Nord (24), Duffy Loney (12)

64

ALFOND ARENA Tsongas Arena

3-4 L 2-1 W

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2-26-81 12-2-81 2-27-82 2-4-82 12-30-82 1-18-83 12-31-83 2-5-84 2-7-84 10-16-84 2-2-85 2-3-85 11-5-85 1-27-86 2-20-86 11-14-86 11-15-86 1-23-87 1-24-87 1-29-88 1-30-88 2-26-88 11-1-88 2-3-89 2-4-89 2-9-90 2-10-90 2-16-90 12-11-90 1-18-91 2-23-91 12-6-91 12-7-91 2-22-92 3-14-92 12-11-92 1-29-93 1-30-93 3-6-93 12-10-93 2-4-94 2-5-94 3-4-94 11-4-94 11-5-94 3-2-95 3-3-95 11-3-95 11-4-95 11-24-95 2-11-96 3-7-96 3-8-96 11-15-96 11-16-96 11-30-96 2-18-97 11-29-97 1-16-98 1-17-98 2-1-98 3-13-98 3-14-98 11-27-98 2-7-99 3-5-99 3-6-99 4-3-99 1-7-00 1-8-00 2-6-00 1-5-01 1-6-01 2-4-01 12-1-02 2-1-02 2-2-02 3-16-02 4-4-02 11-22-02 2-1-03 2-2-03 11-8-03 1-30-04 1-31-04 11-7-04 2-4-05 2-5-05 11-12-05 2-3-06 2-4-06 11-12-06 2-2-07 2-3-07 12-16-07 2-8-08 2-9-08 1-4-09 2-6-09 2-7-09 10-24-09 2-5-10 2-6-10 12-10-10 2-4-11 2-5-11 11-5-11 1-7-12 3-3-12

ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA Thompson Arena Snively Arena Thompson Arena Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena Snively Arena Snively Arena Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena Boston Garden Cumberland Co. CC Snively Arena Snively Arena ALFOND ARENA Cumberland Co. CC ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Snively Arena Cumberland Co CC ALFOND ARENA Cumberland Co CC ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Gutterson Fieldhouse ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Tsongas Arena ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Arrowhead Pond ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA FleetCenter Xcel Energy Center ALFOND ARENA Verizon Wireless Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Verizon Wireless Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Verizon Wireless Arena Whittemore Center ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Fenway Park ALFOND ARENA

5-2W JOE CRESPI 7-5L Chris Pryor 8-5L Norm Lacombe 5-2L Dan Muse 8-5L George White 4-3L Steve Lyons 5-4L David Lee 5-2L David Lee 3-0W TODD BJORKSTRAND 4-2W* Dan Muse 7-6L (OT) Dan Muse 7-3L Ralph Robinson 7-3W STEVE SANTINI 6-3L Tim Hanley 5-3W TODD STUDNICKA 6-5W VINCE GUIDOTTI 3-2W ERIC WEINRICH 8-2W BRUCE MAJOR 10-1W DAVID CAPUANO 5-2W MIKE GOLDEN 9-2W JACK CAPUANO 6-2W CLAUDIO SCREMIN 6-2W MIKE BARKLEY 4-3L Steve Horner 6-4W GUY PERRON 4-2W STEVE TEPPER 8-3W BRIAN BELLEFEUILLE 3-2W BRIAN DOWNEY 4-0W JEAN-YVES ROY 8-4W JEAN-YVES ROY 4-2W SCOTT PELLERIN 9-0W+ WAYNE CONLAN 6-2W+ SCOTT PELLERIN 4-4T (OT) 4-1W JIM MONTGOMERY 4-3W PAUL KARIYA 5-2W PATRICE TARDIF 8-3W CHRIS IMES 5-2W ERIC FENTON 7-3L Eric Flinton 7-4W+ TIM LOVELL 5-2W+ MIKE LATENDRESSE 3-1L Bob Chebator 4-3W BRAD PURDIE 6-1W BRAD MAHONEY 3-2L Eric Royal 5-3W BRAD PURDIE 4-4T (OT) 3-3T (OT) 6-3W TIM LOVELL 6-5W (OT) WANSBOROUGH 4-2W REG CARDINAL 8-4W BRAD PURDIE 6-3L John Sadowski 6-5L Derek Bekar 7-2L Steve O’Brien 5-1W S. PARMENTIER 0-7L Mark Mowers 1-2L Tom Nolan 0-5L Jason Krogg 3-1W WANSBOROUGH 3-2W (2OT) BEN GUITE 5-3W MATTHIAS TRATTNIG 4-3W MARCUS GUSTAFSSON 4-3W DAN KERLUKE 1-6L Jason Shipulski 1-4L Jason Shipulski 3-2W (OT) MARCUS GUSTAFSSON 9-4W MATTHIAS TRATTNIG 4-5L John Sadowski 0-1L Matt Swain 0-0T (OT) 1-4L Jim Abbott 3-2W(OT) PETER METCALF 1-4L Colin Hemingway 6-3W MARTIN KARIYA 2-2T (OT) 1-3L Sean Collins 7-2W PETER METCALF 2-1 W (OT) MARTIN KARIYA 2-4 L Sean Collins 3-2 W LUCAS LAWSON 3-6 L Nathan Martz 5-4 W TODD JACKSON 5-0 W MICHEL LEVEILLE 3-0 W BRENT SHEPHEARD 3-1 W BILLY RYAN 1-2 L Brett Hemingway 2-4 L Jacob Micflikier 4-1 W JOSH SOARES 4-7 L Josh Ciocco 2-8 L Mike Radja 4-2 W MATT DUFFY 1-2 L Mike Radja 0-2 L Bobby Butler 2-3 L Mike Radja 1-4 L Matt Fornataro 4-5 L Bobby Butler 1-4 L Steve Moses 1-0 W CHRIS HAHN 2-5 L Stevie Moses 3-2 W ROBBY DEE 6-3 W JOEY DIAMOND 3-4 L (OT) Jeff Silengo 3-6 L Kevin Goumas 4-5 L Paul Thompson 2-3 L Nick Sorkin 5-4 W (OT) BRIAN FLYNN 1-0 W BRICE O’CONNOR

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NOTRE DAME (1-3-0) Date Site 11-29-91 Cumberland County CC 11-30-91 ALFOND ARENA 11-25-94 GW FORUM 12-28-03 Teco Arena

Result 5-1 W + 6-3 W + 4-1 W 0-1 L

GWG JEAN-YVES ROY JIM MONTGOMERY SHAWN WANSBOROUGH Mike Walsh

Maine Goalie(s) Garth Snow (9) Mike Dunham (23) Blair Allison (28) Frank Doyle (21)

NORTHEASTERN (52-41-16 / 54-39-16) Date Site 12-1-77 Boston Arena 2-17-79 ALFOND ARENA 2-24-79 ALFOND ARENA 1-31-80 Boston Arena 12-20-80 ALFOND ARENA 3-7-81 Boston Arena

Result 7-4L 5-2W 6-3W 9-3L 6-5L 5-2W

GWG Mike Sandford AUDRE AUBUT JOE CRESPI Wayne Turner Ken Manchurek PAUL WHEELER

Maine Goalie(s) Jim Tortorella (44) Jim Tortorella (45) Jim Tortorella (19) Jim Tortorella (24) Jeff Nord (34) Jeff Nord (26)

1-20-82 2-13-82 11-27-83 2-10-83 11-16-83 2-11-84 11-16-84 11-17-84 1-30-85 11-2-85 3-1-86 3-2-86 11-28-86 11-29-86 2-20-87 2-21-87 11-20-87 11-21-87 12-11-87 12-12-87 3-14-88 11-24-88 11-26-88 12-9-88 3-10-89 1-2-90 1-3-90 1-26-90 1-27-90 1-11-91 1-12-91 2-1-91 3-8-91 11-27-91 1-24-92 2-21-92 12-4-92 12-5-92 2-12-93 2-13-93 3-12-93 3-14-93 12-3-93 12-4-93 1-28-94 1-29-94 10-28-94 1-20-95 1-21-95 2-16-96 2-17-96 2-25-96 11-8-96 11-9-96 1-24-97 2-5-98 2-20-98 2-21-98 12-12-98 12-13-98 2-5-99 11-5-99 12-3-99 12-4-99 11-4-00 12-1-00 12-3-00 3-8-01 3-9-01 11-16-02 1-11-02 1-12-02 11-15-02 1-10-03 1-11-03 11-14-03 2-13-04 2-14-04 11-12-04 1-28-05 1-29-05 12-10-05 12-28-05 1-27-06 1-28-06 12-9-06 1-26-07 1-27-07 10-26-07 10-27-07 1-4-08 10-24-08 10-25-08 12-5-09 11-13-09 11-14-09 12-12-09 11-12-10 11-13-10 1-22-11 10-9-12 2-24-12 2-25-12

GAME-BY-GAME VS. 2011–2012 OPPONENTS

ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA NE Arena ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Boston Garden ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Boston Garden Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Boston Garden ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA Cumberland Co CC ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Germain Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena ALFOND ARENA Matthews Arena Matthews Arena

11-2L Paul McDougall 8-5L Craig Frank 8-4L Randy Bucyk 5-2L Ken Manchurek 9-6W JOHN McDONALD 6-1L Paul Fitzsimmons 8-2L Kevin Heffernan 5-4L (OT) David O’Brien 4-2L Greg Neary 6-5L (OT) Jay Heinbuck 7-5W JOHN McDONALD 8-2L Peter Massey 2-1L David O’Brien 2-2T (OT) 3-2L Kevin Heffernan 7-6L (OT) Roman Kinal 6-6T (OT) 4-2W MARIO THYER 2-2T (OT) 5-3L Joe MacInnis 4-3L Marty Raus 5-4W BOB BEERS 7-4W MIKE BARKLEY 4-3L Brian Sullivan 3-2W LUKE VITALE 4-4T (OT) 7-5L Tom Bivona 3-2W JEAN-YVES ROY 7-3W MIKE BARKLEY 6-6T (OT) 3-1W JEAN-YVES ROY 9-3W SCOTT PELLERIN 4-3W (OT) STEVE TEPPER 4-3W+ SCOTT PELLERIN 4-3L Jay Schiavo 5-3W JEAN-YVES ROY 5-4W CAL INGRAHAM 11-2W PAUL KARIYA 7-1W JIM MONTGOMERY 6-2W PAUL KARIYA 6-1W CAL INGRAHAM 9-5W PATRICE TARDIF 6-3L Tom O’Connor 6-3W+ BARRY CLUKEY 5-2L JF Aube 4-1L Jason Kelly 4-4T (OT) 5-1W BARRY CLUKEY 3-3T (OT) 3-2W SHERMERHORN 7-3L Rich Schuhwerk 5-2W JAMIE THOMPSON 2-2T (OT) 4-3L Brad Mahoney 7-2W MARCUS GUSTAFSSON 3-5L Todd Barclay 3-4L Mike Jozefowicz 4-1W MARCUS GUSTAFSSON 5-1W PETER METCALF 7-7T (OT) 5-1W JIM LEGER 2-2T(OT) 1-3L Billy Newson 3-6L Todd Barclay 1-1T (OT) 5-1W LUCAS LAWSON 3-3T (OT) 2-1W MARTIN KARYIA 6-3W CHRIS HEISTEN 8-4W ROBERT LISCAK 1-2L Chris Lynch 2-2T (OT) 8-2 W LUCAS LAWSON 7-1 W LUCAS LAWSON 3-1 W ROBERT LISCAK 5-2 W LUCIANO AQUINO 3-1 W JEFF MUSHALUK 0-0 T (OT) 2-4 L Steve Sanders 1-0 W MIKE LUNDIN 2-2 T (OT) 5-2 W GREG MOORE 4-2 W KEITH JOHNSON 6-3 W KEITH JOHNSON 2-1 W CHRIS HAHN 7-1 W MICHEL LEVEILLE 1-6 L Chad Costello 2-1 W (OT) TEDDY PURCELL 3-2 W TANNER HOUSE 4-3 W VINCE LAISE 3-7 L Wade MacLeod 0-5 L Mike Hewkin 1-2 L Ryan Ginand 2-3 L (OT) Louis Liotti 6-2 W WILL O’NEILL 2-5 L Alex Tuckerman 5-1 W BRETT CARRIERE 4-2 W JOEY DIAMOND 4-2 W RYAN HEGARTY 3-3 T (OT) 6-3 W BRIAN FLYNN 2-4 L Adam Reid 7-1 W THEO ANDERSSON

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE (64-38-6 / 67-35-6) Date Site Result 1-5-80 ALFOND ARENA 4-3L 2-25-80 Schneider Arena 6-5W 1-3-81 ALFOND ARENA 4-3L 3-2-81 Schneider Arena 12-4L 1-5-82 ALFOND ARENA 6-3L 2-6-82 Schneider Arena 11-0L 11-20-82 Schneider Arena 9-2L 1-22-83 ALFOND ARENA 7-6L (OT) 11-19-83 ALFOND ARENA 7-6L (OT) 1-17-84 Schneider Arena 3-2L 10-20-84 ALFOND ARENA 2-1W 3-2-85 Schneider Arena 5-1W 3-3-85 Schneider Arena 4-3W (OT) 11-8-85 ALFOND ARENA 5-2L 11-9-85 ALFOND ARENA 6-5L 2-9-86 Schneider Arena 3-2W 3-8-86 Schneider Arena 5-4L 3-9-86 Schneider Arena 5-2L 11-7-86 ALFOND ARENA 12-1W

GWG Randy Velischek GARY CONN Dan Miele Jim Colucci Steve Anderson Gates Orlando Gates Orlando Steve Rooney Steve Taylor Peter Taglianetti DAVE WENSLEY KEVIN MANN DEWEY WAHLIN Jim Hughes Rene Boudreault BOB CORKUM Gord Cruickshank Steve Bianchi JAY MAZUR

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11-8-86 1-30-87 2-1-87 3-11-87 2-5-88 2-6-88 11-28-88 3-8-88 3-9-88 11-18-88 11-19-88 1-10-89 3-24-89 3-25-89 3-26-89 11-18-89 3-2-90 3-3-90 1-2-91 2-8-91 2-9-91 1-25-92 2-28-92 2-29-92 10-23-92 10-24-92 10-24-92 10-22-93 10-23-93 11-6-93 11-18-94 11-19-94 2-3-95 3-17-95 11-10-95 11-11-95 3-1-96 3-16-96 1-3-97 1-17-97 1-18-97 11-1-97 12-5-97 12-6-97 11-20-98 11-21-98 1-29-99 11-7-99 3-3-00 3-4-00 3-9-00 3-10-00 11-3-00 3-2-01 3-3-01 3-16-01 1-4-02 2-15-02 2-16-02 1-3-03 2-14-03 2-15-03 11-22-03 2-20-04 2-21-04 11-21-04 2-18-05 2-19-05 12-2-05 1-20-06 1-21-06 12-1-06 1-19-07 1-20-07 11-9-07 11-10-07 1-19-08 11-14-08 11-15-08 1-18-09 12-4-09 12-5-09 1-16-10 12-3-10 12-4-10 1-14-11 10-28-12 10-29-12 2-10-12

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4-2L Gord Cruickshank 4-2L Gord Cruickshank 4-3W BOB CORKUM 5-2W MIKE GOLDEN 10-7W JACK CAPUANO 5-1W MIKE McHUGH 10-2W TODD STUDNICKA 6-5W TODD JENKINS 11-2W MARIO THYER 3-1L Rob Gaudreau 5-3W GUY PERRON 6-4W DAVID CAPUANO 8-6L Mike Boback 3-2W MARTIN ROBITAILLE 4-3W MARTIN ROBITAILLE 4-2W RANDY OLSON 3-2W MIKE BARKLEY 8-2W JIM MONTGOMERY 6-4W MARTIN MERCIER 4-7L Rob Gaudreau 4-3W BRIAN DOWNEY 7-3W SCOTT PELLERIN 5-2W SCOTT PELLERIN 4-3W CAL INGRAHAM 9-3W MARTIN MERCIER 3-3T (OT) 6-2W CAL INGRAHAM 5-1W+ TREVOR ROENICK 5-2W+ BRAD MAHONEY 4-2W+ PAUL KARIYA 5-4W JACQUE RODRIGUE 2-1W SCOTT PARMENTIER 5-2W BRAD PURDIE 7-3L Brady Kramer 3-1L Russ Guzior 2-1W TONY FRENETTE 6-4W SHERMERHORN 3-2L Joe Hulbig 5-4W WANSBOROUGH 6-3W BOBBY STEWART 4-1W TREVOR ROENICK 6-3W WANSBOROUGH 2-6L Jerry Keefe 2-7L Nick Lent 6-1W BRENDAN WALSH 3-2W BEN GUITE 7-4W CORY LAROSE 5-2W NIKO DIMITRAKOS 6-6T(OT) 3-2W DAN KERLUKE 5-3W BEN GUITE 5-4W BRENDAN WALSH 3-5L Adam Lee 4-2W PETER METCALF 5-2W LUCAS LAWSON 3-4L Stephen Wood 5-4W MARTIN KARIYA 1-0W LUCAS LAWSON 3-3T (OT) 2-4 L Peter Zingoni 1-5 L Peter Fregoe 2-2 T (OT) 3-2 W PRESTIN RYAN 3-2 W STEVE MULLIN 4-2 W JON JANKUS 8-4 W MICHEL LEVILLE 2-3 L Chris Chaput 6-2 W BRENT SHEPHEARD 2-4 L Torry Gajda 0-4 L Cody Wild 5-2 W TRAVIS RAMSEY 3-0 W BRENT SHEPHEARD 0-3 L Jon Rheault 2-0 W JOSH SOARES 2-6 L Matt Taormina 0-1 L Nick Mazzolini 4-0 W MATT DUFFY 3-2 W JEFF DIMMEN 3-0 W TANNER HOSUE 2-2 T 3-1 W GUSTAV NYQUIST 3-1 W SPENCER ABBOTT 2-3 L Kyle MacKinnon 3-3 T (OT) 5-0 W JOEY DIAMOND 4-3 W BRIAN FLYNN 5-4 W BRIAN FLYNN 3-1 W MATT MANGENE 3-4 L Tim Schaller

Scott King (15) Al Loring (35) Scott King (31) Al Loring (31) Scott King (18), Al Loring (21) Scott King (24), Al Loring (1) Scott King (11), Al Loring (20) Scott King (18) Scott King (20), Al Loring (9) Matt DelGuidice (15) Scott King (23) Scott King (34) Scott King (24) Matt DelGuidice (24) Matt DelGuidice (28) Matt DelGuidice (31) Matt DelGuidice (30) Scott King (30) Garth Snow (29) Mike Dunham (16) Garth Snow (26) Mike Dunham (26) Garth Snow (13) Mike Dunham (17) Mike Dunham (13) Garth Snow (16) Mike Dunham (20) Blair Marsh (23) Blair Allison (21) Blair Allison (22) Blair Allison (16) Blair Allison (23) Blair Allison (25) Blair Allison (17) Blair Allison (23) Blair Allison (25) Blair Allison (22) Blair Allison (26) Javier Gorriti (19) Javier Gorriti (23) Alfie Michaud (18) Bryan Masotta (28) Bryan Masotta (19) Alfie Michaud (27) Alfie Michaud (24) Mike Morrison (3),Alfie Michaud (18) Alfie Michaud (28) Mike Morrison (20) Matt Yeats (27) Mike Morrison (17), Matt Yeats (8) Matt Yeats (26) Matt Yeats (35) Matt Yeats (9), Mike Morrison (14) Matt Yeats (9) Matt Yeats (22), Steve Wright (0) Matt Yeats (25) Mike Morrison (29) Mike Morrison (24) Mike Morrison (23) Frank Doyle (26) Jimmy Howard (22) Frank Doyle (27) Frank Doyle (25) Frank Doyle (25) Jimmy Howard (20) Jimmy Howard (28), Matt Lundin (2) Jimmy Howard (19) Jimmy Howard (27), Matt Lundin (2) Ben Bishop (27), Matt Lundin (10) Matt Lundin (23) Ben Bishop (24) Ben Bishop (30) Ben Bishop (24) Ben Bishop (40) Ben Bishop (24), Dave Wilson (9) Ben Bishop (33) Ben Bishop (41) Scott Darling (35) Scott Darling (24) Scott Darling (21) Scott Darling (22) Scott Darling (25) Shawn Sirman (18), Dave Wilson (5) Shawn Sirman (35) Martin Ouellette (32) Matin Ouellette (14) Martin Ouellette (24) Dan Sullivan (26) Dan Sullivan (28)

QUINNIPIAC (3-0-0) Date Site 12-12-99 ALFOND ARENA 11-18-01 ALFOND ARENA 11-26-02 ALFOND ARENA

Result 7-4 W 9-0 W 2-1 W

GWG JIM LEGER MICHAEL SCHUTTE ROBERT LISCAK

Maine Goalie(s) Matt Yeats (1), Mike Morrison (11) Mike Morrison (21) Frank Doyle (16)

ST. LAWRENCE (11-4-0) Date Site 3-1-80 Appleton Arena 2-7-81 ALFOND ARENA 1-30-82 Appleton Arena 11-26-82 ALFOND ARENA 1-27-84 Appleton Arena 1-15-94 Appleton Arena 1-14-95 ALFOND ARENA 1-15-95 ALFOND ARENA 1-13-96 Appleton Arena 10-21-00 ALFOND ARENA 10-24-03 Appleton Arena 10-25-03 Appleton Arena 10-22-04 ALFOND ARENA 10-23-04 ALFOND ARENA 11-28-10 Cumberland County CC

Result 4-2 W 6-3 W 4-6 L 3-4 L 1-11 L 7-2 W 7-1 W 3-1 W 5-0 W 8-2 W 3-2 W 7-2 W 0-1 L 4-3 W 10-1 W

GWG ROB ZAMEJC

Maine Goalie(s)

Paul Castron Mark Bonneau MIKE LATENDRESSE TONY FRENETTE BARRY CLUKEY DAN SHERMERHORN MATHIAS TRATTNIG KEITH JOHNSON TROY BARNES John Zeiler GREG MOORE TANNER HOUSE

Pete Smith (38) Jean Lacoste (21), Ray Roy (26) Blair Allison (31) Blair Allison (10), Blair Marsh (6) Blair Allison (23) Blair Allison (18) Matt Yeats (12), Trapper Clark (3) Jimmy Howard (22) Frank Doyle (20) Jimmy Howard (25) Jimmy Howard (24) Scott Darling (17), Dave Wilson (5)

GWG ROBERT LaFLEUR Chris Zimmerman Kirk McCaskill BILL DEMIANIUK TODD BJORKSTRAND Mark Litton Jim Dazakis Chris DeLorey Matt Winnicki

Maine Goalie(s) Jeff Nord (38) Jim Tortorella (38) Jim Tortorella (38) Jeff Nord (28) Pete Smith (28) Duffy Loney (37) Ray Roy (30) Ray Roy (33) Jean Lecoste (48)

VERMONT (20-14-3) Date Site 2-24-78 Gutterson Fieldhouse 12-1-79 ALFOND ARENA 12-30-79 Thompson Arena 1-14-81 Gutterson Fieldhouse 12-30-81 Thompson Arena 1-23-82 ALFOND ARENA 12-31-82 Thompson Arena 2-15-83 Gutterson Fieldhouse 2-27-84 ALFOND ARENA

Result 6-3 W 4-0 L 4-2 L 6-5 W (OT) 11-5 W 4-1 L 4-3 L 8-2 L 6-5 L (OT)

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Al Loring (22) Matt DelGuidice (23) Blair Allison (27) Alfie Michaud (22) Mike Morrison (20) Frank Doyle (12), Ray Jean (0) Jimmy Howard (22), Matt Lundin (4) Ben Bishop (15) Ben Bishop (18) Ben Bishop (21) Ben Bishop (28) Dave Wilson (32), Shane Foley (0) Dave Wilson (31) Ben Bishop (17) Ben Bishop (29) Ben Bishop (30) Scott Darling (20) Scott Darling (23) Dave Wilson (20) Scott Darling (31) Scott Darling (31) Scott Darling (29) Dan Sullivan (23) Dan Sullivan (6), Martin Ouellette (11) Shawn Sirman (1) Shawn Sirman (17) Dan Sullivan (29) Dan Sullivan (29) Dan Sullivan (25)

GAME-BY-GAME VS. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS

All-Time Opponents Team Series Started Last Game Acadia (Canada) 1978 1994 Air Force 1980 2005 Alabama-Hunstville 1987 2012 Alaska Anchorage 1990 2008 Alaska Fairbanks+ 1986 2008 American International 1979 1979 Army 1992 1992 Bemidji State 2006 2006 Bentley 2009 2009 Boston College+ 1979 2012 Boston University+ 1924 2012 Bowdoin 1923 1989 Bowling Green 1987 2001 Bridgewater State 1978 1978 British Columbia (Canada) 1995 1995 Brown 1979 2005 Buffalo State 1978 1978 Calgary (Canada)+ 1991 1995 Canisus College 1999 1999 Clarkson 1980 2012 Colby 1923 1984 Colgate 1978 2008 Concordia (Canada) 1996 1996 Colorado College 1985 2009 Connecticut 1977 2010 Cornell 1978 2010 Cortland State 1978 1978 Dalhousie (Canada) 1982 1996 Dartmouth 1979 2004 Denver 1985 2007 Elmira 1979 1979 Ferris State+ 1993 1993 Harvard 1980 2006 Holy Cross 1978 2003 Illinois-Chicago+ 1993 1993 Iona 2002 2002 Kent State+ 1991 1991 Lake Superior State 1988 2002 Massachusetts 1979 2012 Massachusetts-Lowell+ 1978 2012 Mercyhurst 2002 2007 Merrimack+ 1978 2012 Miami 1991 2010 Michigan 1991 2003 Michigan-Dearborn 1989 1989 Michigan State+ 1986 2010 Michigan Tech 1985 1988 Middlebury 1979 1979 Minnesota 1985 2006 Minnesota-Duluth 1985 2012 Moncton (Canada) 1990 1998 Mount Allison (Canada) 1978 1985 Nebraska-Omaha 1998 1998 New Brunswick (Canada) 1978 2010 New England College 1978 1979 New Hampshire+ 1979 2012 New Haven 1978 1979 Niagara 2004 2008 North Dakota 1984 2012 Northeastern+ 1978 2012 Northern Michigan 1980 2001 Notre Dame+ 1991 2003 Ohio State 1988 2003 Ottawa (Canada) 1996 1996 Plattsburgh State 1988 1988 Princeton 1978 2009 Providence+ 1979 2012 Quinnipiac 1999 2002 R.P.I. 1979 2008 Sacred Heart 2001 2004 St. Anselm 1978 1981 St. Cloud State 1987 2008 St. Lawrence 1980 2009 St. Mary’s (Canada) 1979 1979 St. Thomas 1978 1997 Salem State 1978 1980 Toronto (Canada) 1991 1991 Union 1978 2009 U.S. International 1985 1987 Vermont 1978 2012 Wisconsin 1985 2006 Western Michigan 1992 2006 Yale 1979 1999 +-record altered by Maine’s use of an ineligible player in either 1991 or 1993-94

Win Loss Tie 5 0 1 5 0 0 11 0 1 2 3 1 7 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 42 60 9 48 56 13 14 5 0 8 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 10 2 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 10 5 1 14 5 0 5 5 2 1 0 0 6 5 2 2 0 1 6 7 2 3 0 0 4 0 0 5 6 1 11 8 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 5 0 4 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 3 1 43 17 7 75 31 3 4 0 1 62 17 7 5 1 0 3 4 0 2 0 0 5 11 2 3 3 1 0 1 0 13 10 0 3 6 0 2 0 0 5 1 1 3 1 0 13 3 1 2 0 0 58 49 5 1 1 0 4 0 0 8 12 2 52 41 16 5 8 0 1 3 0 10 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 4 1 64 38 6 3 0 0 4 5 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 6 1 2 11 4 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 7 2 0 2 0 1 20 14 3 4 9 0 3 1 2 5 3 0

100-Point Scorers

Player, Position, Years Jim Montgomery, F (89-93) Scott Pellerin, F (88-92) Gary Conn, F (77-81) David Capuano, F (86-89) Jean-Yves Roy, F (89-92) Cal Ingraham, F (89-94) Steve Kariya, F (95-99) Cory Larose, F (96-00) Martin Robitaille, F (88-92) Joe Crespi, F (77-81) Brian Flynn, F, (08-12) Martin Kariya, F (99-03) Mike McHugh, F (84-88) Shawn Wansborough, F (94-98) Michel Léveillé, F (03-07) Mike Golden, F (84-88) Spencer Abbott, F, (08-12) Guy Perron, F (86-90) Gustav Nyquist (08-11) Patrice Tardif, F (90-94) Dave Wensley, F (84-88) Brian Hughes, F (77-81) Brian Downey, F (89-92) Dan Shermerhorn, F (93-97) Robert LaFleur, F (78-82) Andre Aubut, D (78-82) Todd Bjorkstrand, F (80-84) Bob Corkum, F (85-89) Niko Dimitrakos, F (98-02) Ray Jacques, F (81-85) Ron Hellen, F (81-86) Keith Carney, D (88-91) Rob Zamejc, F (79-82) Paul Kariya, F (92-94) Jack Capuano, D (85-88) Christian Lalonde, F (86-90) Bill Demianiuk, F (77-81) David Cullen, D (95-99) Colin Shields, F (01-04) Josh Soares, F (03-07) Derek Damon, F (02-06) John Tortorella, F (78-81) Brad Purdie, F (92-96) Tanner House, F, (07-11) Peter Metcalf, D (98-02) Dan Kerluke, F (97-01) Tim Lovell, F (93-96) Greg Moore, F (02-06) Scott Parmentier, F (94-98) Chris Imes, D (92-95) Robert Liscak, F (99-03)

Games Played 170 167 127 122 124 131 150 146 165 125 153 156 149 139 153 111 151 136 113 146 156 124 112 153 126 127 120 159 139 125 141 121 95 51 124 164 127 146 120 132 160 99 139 138 148 152 115 154 142 156 149

Goals 103 106 107 89 108 90 78 61 69 78 69 50 68 74 53 64 54 62 50 72 70 51 59 71 72 32 44 56 50 46 58 14 44 33 32 40 49 28 61 49 41 39 55 39 24 54 51 66 60 26 46

Assists Points 198 301 117 223 11 221 122 211 95 203 97 187 109 187 119 180 106 175 90 168 87 156 105 155 84 152 77 151 96 149 84 148 92 146 84 146 94 144 72 144 72 142 90 141 81 140 69 140 64 136 103 135 90 134 76 132 80 130 82 128 69 127 112 126 81 125 91 124 89 121 81 121 70 119 89 117 56 117 63 112 60 111 71 110 54 109 70 109 84 108 54 108 57 108 41 107 47 107 79 105 58 104

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SEASON RESULTS

Black Bear Season Results 1922-23 2-3-0 Head Coach: Joseph Murphy

J 17 J 20 J 21 J 25 J 27 J 28 F 4 F 9 F 11 F 18 F 27 M 3 M 4

1923-24 Hockey Team

Captain: Drew Stearns Date Site UM F3 A 2 Colby F9 H 3 Colby F16 A 2 Bowdoin F17 A 2 Bates F20 H 4 Bates 1923-24 4-8-0 Head Coach: Stanley Wallace Captain: Wilmer Elliott Date Site UM J9 A 0 St. Dominique J16 H 3 Colby J19 A 1 Colby J24 H 6 Brownville Club F2 H 4 Boston University F6 A 0 Bates F8 A 6 Bowdoin F9 H 0 Bates F15 H 1 Bowdoin F21 A 3 Fredericton AC

OPP 42 71 5-

OPP 120 21 2 41 5514-

1977-78 Hockey Team

F22 A 1 St. John’s AC F23 A 4 St. Stephens AC 1977-78 15-12-0 / 10-9-0 ECAC Division II Head Coach: Jack Semler Captains: Game captains Date Site UM N 18 H 7 Acadia (exh) N 19 H 7 Acadia (exh) N 26 H 1 Salem State D 1 A 4 Northeastern D 3 H 3 Holy Cross D 6 H 4 Colby D 9 H 10 Connecticut D 12 A 3 Salem State D 16 H 6 New Brunswick D 17 H 8 New Brunswick J 4 N 4 Colby J 5 N 4 Princeton J 11 A 2 St. Anselm J 14 A 1 Lowell

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2 5 3 7 2 10 4 7 10 8 4 8 9

Bowdoin 6Mount Allison 3 Mount Allison 6New England College 2 New Haven 4Bridgewater State 4 Holy Cross 7Cortland State 2 Union 1 Bridgewater State 2 Colby 1 Cortland State 1 Cortland State 3

1978-79 25-8-1 / 17-5-0 ECAC Division II Head Coach: Jack Semler Captain: Dan Sweeney Date Site UM OPP N 3 A 5 Mount Allison (exh) 4 N 4 A 5 Mount Allison (exh) 5 N 11 A 13 St. Thomas 1 N 18 H 5 Lowell 4 N 24 H 8 Buffalo 1 N 25 H 0 Salem State 3N 29 A 10 Connecticut 4 D 2 H 6 Holy Cross 4 D 6 H 8 Colby 3 D 9 A 2 Colgate 5D 15 H 11 New Brunswick (exh) 1 D 16 H 10 New Brunswick (exh) 1 D 28 A 1 Cornell 3D 29 N 3 Merrimack 2 J 6 N 6 Elmira 3 J 7 A 4 Holy Cross 3 J 9 H 5 Merrimack 7J 12 N 2 Middlebury 5J 13 N 6 Bowdoin 4 J 19 H 6 Bowdoin 0 J 20 H 3 Dartmouth 9J 24 A 5 New England College 2 J 26 H 8 UMass Amherst 3 J 27 H 13 UMass Amherst 3 F 2 H 7 New Haven 4 F 3 H 5 R.P.I. 4 F 9 H 11 St. Thomas 2 F 10 H 9 Union 2 F 14 H 6 Colby 8F 17 H 5 Northeastern 2 F 19 A 5 Salem State 2 F 24 A 6 Vermont 3 M 3 H 4 *A.I.C. 1 M 7 H 4 *Salem State 71979-80 15-16-1 / 10-11-1 ECAC Division I Head Coach: Jack Semler Captain: Bill Demianiuk Date Site UM N 9 H 3 St. Mary’s (exh) N 10 H 9 St. Mary’s (exh) N 20 A 3 Boston University N 24 H 6 Northeastern N 27 H 5 Brown N 30 H 4 Princeton D 1 H 0 Vermont D 6 A 6 Yale D 11 A 6 Boston College

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D 15 D 21 D 22 D 30 D 31 J 5 J 7 J 10 J 11 J 15 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 31 F 2 F 9 F 13 F 16 F 19 F 21 F 25 F 29 M 1

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New Hampshire Colgate Colgate Vermont Air Force Providence R.P.I. Bowdoin Colby Colby Dartmouth Bowdoin Cornell Northeastern Harvard Colby Merrimack New Hampshire Boston University Boston College Providence Clarkson St. Lawrence

3 65 T (OT) 41 481 1 2 55693 1 35 (OT) 7 65 112

1980-81 23-11-0 / 12-9-0 ECAC Division I Head Coach: Jack Semler Captain: Bill Demianiuk Date Site UM OPP O 31 H 7 New Brunswick (exh) 6 N 1 N 4 New Brunswick (exh) 3 N 14 A 8 Northern Michigan 7 N 15 A 3 Northern Michigan 7N 19 H 8 Salem State 4 N 22 H 5 Clarkson 4 (OT) N 25 A 9 Brown 1 N 29 H 7 Cornell 2 D 2 A 11 Princeton 4 D 8 A 2 Boston College 3-(OT) D 13 H 5 Boston University 4 D 20 H 5 Northeastern 6D 27 N 12 Holy Cross 2 D 28 N 12 Vasby (Sweden) 2 D 29 A 5 R.P.I. 3 J 3 H 3 Providence 4J 8 N 5 Colby 4 (OT) J 9 N 8 Merrimack 4 J 14 A 6 Vermont 5 (OT) J 17 H 8 Dartmouth 4 J 19 H 9 Colby 4 J 21 A 0 Boston University 3J 27 A 4 New Hampshire 10J 29 H 4 Bowdoin 2 F 6 H 5 Yale 4 (OT) F 7 H 6 St. Lawrence 3 F 13 A 1 Harvard 4F 17 H 1 Boston College 4F 21 A 4 Colgate 9F 24 H 12 St. Anselm 2 F 26 H 5 New Hampshire 2 M 2 A 4 Providence 12M 7 A 5 Northeastern 2 M 10 A 4 *Cornell 7Year-By-Year Key

*- League Tournament Game # - NCAA Tournament Game P - game played in Portland, Maine + - forfeit due to ineligible Maine player

SEASON RESULTS

1981-82 8-21-0 / 3-18-0 ECAC Division I Head Coach: Jack Semler Captain: David Ellis Date Site UM OPP N 14 N 5 New Brunswick (exh) 6N 17 H 1 Lowell 2N 20 H 5 Acadia 4 (OT) N 21 H 8 Acadia 3 N 28 H 1 Princeton 7D 2 H 5 New Hampshire 7D 5 H 2 Harvard 7D 8 A 2 Boston College 5D 12 A 6 Boston University 5 D 30 N 11 Vermont 5 D 31 N 4 Dartmouth 7J 5 H 3 Providence 6J 9 H 6 Colgate 4 J 12 A 2 Dartmouth 12J 14 H 4 R.P.I. 8J 16 H 1 Boston University 7J 20 H 2 Northeastern 11J 23 H 1 Vermont 4J 26 H 6 Colby 2 J 29 A 2 Clarkson 9J 30 A 4 St. Lawrence 6F 4 A 5 Yale 4 F 6 A 0 Providence 11F 13 H 5 Northeastern 8F 16 H 2 Boston College 10F 20 A 2 Cornell 8F 23 A 6 Bowdoin 5 F 27 A 5 New Hampshire 8M 2 H 7 Brown 8-(OT) 1982-83 5-24-0 / 1-20-0 ECAC Division I Head Coach: Jack Semler Captains: Ken Fargnoli, Rene Comeault, Ron Hellen, Ray Jacques Date Site UM OPP N 12 H 5 Dalhousie (exh) 2 N 13 H 1 Dalhousie (exh) (forfeit) 0 N 16 H 2 Lowell 4N 20 A 2 Providence 9N 26 H 3 St. Lawrence 4N 27 H 4 Northeastern 8D 1 A 6 Princeton 7D 4 H 2 New Hampshire 5D 7 A 4 Boston College 8D 11 H 2 Boston University 5D 30 N 5 New Hampshire 8D 31 N 3 Vermont 4J 5 A 7 R.P.I. 12J 6 A 3 Colgate 8J 10 H 3 Clarkson 6J 13 A 2 Harvard 9J 15 H 7 Dartmouth 4 J 18 A 3 New Hampshire 4J 22 H 6 Providence 7-(OT) J 24 H 2 Colby 5J 29 H 2 Yale 11F 1 A 2 Boston University 6F 8 H 9 Colby 1 F 10 A 2 Northeastern 5F 15 A 2 Vermont 8F 20 H 5 Cornell 6F 23 H 7 Bowdoin 4 F 26 H 2 Boston College 3M 1 A 2 Brown 5-

1983-84 14-20-0 / 7-14-0 ECAC Division I Head Coach: Jack Semler Captains: Todd Bjorkstrand, Rene Comeault, Ron Hellen Date Site UM OPP N 5 H 3 Lowell 5N 11 H 4 Concordia (exh) 2 N 12 H 8 Concordia (exh) 3 N 16 H 9 Northeastern 6 N 19 H 6 Providence 7-(OT) N 22 A 3 Cornell 6N 25 A 1 North Dakota 5N 26 A 4 North Dakota 7D 2 H 7 Colgate 4 D 3 H 6 Colgate 2 D 6 A 4 Boston College 5-(OT) D 10 H 2 Boston University 3-(OT) D 14 H 5 Harvard 4 D 30 N 5 Dartmouth 2 D 31 N 4 New Hampshire 5J 3 A 2 Dartmouth 5J 6 P 4 Bowdoin 5-(OT) J 7 P 2 Colby 1 J 12 H 3 R.P.I. 6J 14 A 2 Lowell 6J 17 A 2 Providence 3J 21 H 6 Brown 0 J 23 A 6 Bowdoin 5 J 27 A 1 St. Lawrence 11J 28 A 1 Clarkson 12F 3 A 2 Boston University 6F 5 A 2 New Hampshire 5F 7 H 3 New Hampshire 0 F 9 A 1 Yale 8F 11 A 1 Northeastern 6F 18 H 5 Princeton 4 (OT) F 21 H 6 Boston College 4 F 25 H 5 Colby 2 F 27 H 5 Vermont 6-(OT)

1984-85 12-29-1 / 8-26-0 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Rene Comeault, Ron Hellen, Ray Jacques, Kevin Mann Date Site UM OPP O 12 H 3 New Brunswick (exh) 6O 16 A 1 New Hampshire (forfeit) 0 O 20 H 2 Providence 1 O 26 H 2 Minnesota 4O 27 H 1 Minnesota 8N 2 A 3 Michigan Tech 2 (OT) N 3 A 2 Michigan Tech 10N 9 H 8 Mount Allison 3 N 10 H 5 Mount Allison 4 (OT) N 16 A 2 Northeastern 8N 17 A 4 Northeastern 5-(OT) N 23 H 3 Northern Michigan 6N 24 H 4 Northern Michigan 6N 30 A 2 Minnesota-Duluth 6D 1 A 2 Minnesota-Duluth 7D 7 H 1 Wisconsin 4D 8 H 6 Wisconsin 8D 28 H 4 North Dakota 7D 29 H 6 North Dakota 5 J 4 A 3 Denver 6J 5 A 2 Denver 9J 8 A 3 U.S. International 3 T (OT) J 9 A 8 U.S. International 6

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Colorado College Colorado College Boston University Bowdoin Lowell Boston College Northeastern New Hampshire New Hampshire Lowell Lowell Boston University Boston University Boston College Boston College Providence Providence *Boston University *Boston University

6463 4 947-(OT) 7437734 (OT) 1 3 (OT) 74-

1985-86 11-28-1 / 8-25-1 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Ron Hellen, Neil Johnson Date Site UM O 26 H 0 Boston College N 1 A 1 Boston University N 2 A 5 Northeastern N 5 H 7 New Hampshire N 8 H 2 Providence N 9 H 5 Providence N 15 A 5 Northern Michigan N 16 A 5 Northern Michigan N 22 H 2 Minnesota-Duluth N 23 H 3 Minnesota-Duluth N 29 A 4 North Dakota N 30 A 3 North Dakota D 6 H 4 Michigan Tech D 7 H 6 Michigan Tech D 11 H 2 Denver D 12 H 3 Denver D 20 H 1 Sokol-Kiev (exh) D 27 H 5 Colorado College D 28 H 5 Colorado College D 30 N 1 Vermont D 31 N 6 Bowdoin J 3 A 3 Minnesota J 4 A 2 Minnesota J 10 A 2 Wisconsin J 11 A 4 Wisconsin J 21 A 6 Bowdoin J 24 A 2 Lowell J 25 A 2 Lowell J 27 A 3 New Hampshire F 1 H 6 UMass Lowell F 4 H 6 Merrimack F 9 A 3 Providence F 14 H 2 Boston University F 15 H 3 Boston University F 20 A 5 New Hampshire F 22 A 3 Boston College F 23 A 1 Boston College M 1 H 7 Northeastern M 2 H 2 Northeastern M 8 A 4 *Providence M 9 A 2 *Providence

OPP 246-(OT) 3 5676-(OT) 765-(OT) 64 (OT) 3 54114 (OT) 2 34 81695-(OT) 4 4362 3 2 363 575 855-

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SEASON RESULTS Captains: Jack Capuano, Mike McHugh, Dave Nonis Date Site UM OPP O 15 H 12 New Brunswick (exh) 1 O 24 H 4 Boston College 8O 25 H 6 Boston College 3 O 31 A 3 Boston University 2 N 1 A 7 Boston University 5 N 7 H 12 Providence 1 N 8 H 2 Providence 4N 14 A 6 New Hampshire 5 N 15 A 3 New Hampshire 2 N 21 A 3 Michigan State 3 (OT) N 22 A 0 Michigan State 4N 28 H 1 Northeastern 2N 29 H 2 Northeastern 2 (OT) D 5 H 5 Wisconsin 7D 6 H 7 Denver 5 D 12 H 5 Colorado College 3 D 13 H 1 Spartak (exh) 4D 27 H 5 North Dakota 4 D 29 P 5 Alaska-Fairbanks 1 J 2 A 3 Minnesota 8J 3 A 2 Minnesota-Duluth 1 J 9 A 9 Michigan Tech 3 J 10 A 2 Northern Michigan 3-(OT) J 16 A 9 Lowell 4 J 17 A 5 Lowell 3 J 20 H 7 Bowdoin 2 J 23 H 8 New Hampshire 2 J 24 H 10 New Hampshire 1 J 30 A 2 Providence 4F 1 A 4 Providence 3 F 3 H 5 Merrimack 3 F 6 H 2 Lowell 3-(OT) F 7 H 9 Lowell 2 F 13 A 5 Boston College 6-(OT) F 14 A 3 Boston College 6F 20 A 2 Northeastern 3F 21 A 6 Northeastern 7-(OT) F 27 H 6 Boston University 3 F 28 H 4 Boston University 2 M 11 H 5 *Providence 2 M 15 N 5 *Lowell 4 M 16 N 2 *Boston College 4M 20 A 2 $Michigan State 6M 21 A 3 $Michigan State 51987-88 34-8-2 / 20-4-2 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Mike Golden, Mike McHugh, Dave Nonis, Jack Capuano Date Site UM OPP O 16 H 1 U.S. Olympic (exh) 4O 30 A 8 Ala.-Huntsville 2 N 1 A 8 Ala.-Huntsville 1 N 7 H 6 Lowell 5 (OT) N 14 H 7 Boston University 5 N 15 H 5 Dalhousie (exh) 2 N 20 A 6 Northeastern 6 (OT) N 21 A 4 Northeastern 2 N 25 H 10 Yale 4 N 28 H 4 Michigan Tech 7N 29 H 6 Northern Michigan 4 D 4 A 6 Boston University 2 D 5 A 7 Boston University 1 D 8 H 4 U.S. International 1 D 11 H 2 Northeastern 2 (OT) D 12 H 3 Northeastern 5D 19 A 6 Alaska-Fairbanks 3 D 20 N 4 Michigan State 3 (OT)

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D 27 D 28 J 2 J 4 J 8 J 9 J 15 J 16 J 23 J 29 J 30 F 2 F 5 F 6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 28 M 8 M 9 M 14 M 25 M 26 M 31 A 2

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5 5 7 6 12 3 6 6 3 5 9 5 10 5 6 5 3 9 6 10 6 11 3 5 4 3 5

St. Cloud State 3 Bowling Green 6Wisconsin 1 North Dakota 8Denver 5 Colorado College 2 (OT) Minnesota 4 Minnesota-Duluth 2 Boston College 2 (OT) New Hampshire 2 New Hampshire 2 Plattsburgh State 1 Providence 7 Providence 1 Lowell 3 Lowell 7Boston College 4Boston College 2 New Hampshire 2 Providence 2 *Providence 5 *Providence 2 *Northeastern 4$Bowling Green 1 $Bowling Green 3 $Lake Superior State 6$Minnesota 2

1988-89 31-14-0 / 17-9-0 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Bob Beers, Bob Corkum, David Capuano, Guy Perron Date Site UM OPP O 14 H 19 Mount Allison (exh) 5 O 28 H 12 New Brunswick (exh) 0 O 29 H 4 Merrimack 2 N 1 H 6 New Hampshire 2 N 4 A 6 Ohio State 4 N 5 A 10 Ohio State 2 N 11 A 5 Northern Michigan 4 (OT) N 12 A 3 Michigan Tech 4-(OT) N 18 A 1 Providence 3N 19 A 5 Providence 3 N 24 H 5 Northeastern 4 N 26 H 7 Northeastern 4 N 29 A 8 Boston University 4 D 2 H 5 Wisconsin 2 D 4 H 7 North Dakota 4 D 9 A 3 Northeastern 4D 10 N 6 Vermont 3 D 27 H 8 Princeton 2 D 28 H 10 Clarkson 0 J 3 H 6 Boston College 3 J 6 A 3 Minnesota 6J 7 A 4 Minnesota-Duluth 1 J 10 H 6 Providence 4 J 12 H 3 Denver 2 J 14 H 4 Colorado College 7J 17 A 9 Lowell 2 J 20 H 3 Ala.-Huntsville 1 J 21 H 6 Ala.-Huntsville 2 J 24 P 7 Bowdoin 0 J 27 H 3 Michigan State 6J 28 H 3 Michigan State 6F 3 A 3 New Hampshire 4F 4 A 6 New Hampshire 4 F 10 H 7 Lowell 3 F 11 H 2 Lowell 4F 17 A 3 Boston College 6F 19 A 2 Boston College 6-

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Boston University Boston University *Northeastern *Boston College $Providence $Providence $Providence $Minnesota $Michigan State

4 3 2 (OT) 4 82 3 (2OT) 77-

1989-90 33-11-2 / 14-6-1 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Christian Lalonde, Guy Perron, Claudio Scremin Date Site UM OPP O 27 H 5 Michigan-Dearborn 2 O 28 H 6 Michigan-Dearborn 3 N 3 H 10 Ohio State 1 N 4 H 5 Ohio State 3 N 10 A 3 Boston University 2 (OT) N 11 A 2 Boston University 3- (OT) N 18 A 4 Providence 2 N 22 A 5 Merrimack 1 N 24 A 4 Minnesota 3 N 25 A 6 St. Cloud State 4 N 26 A 6 St. Cloud State 3 D 1 H 1 Boston College 5D 2 H 3 Boston College 4D 5 A 5 Merrimack 3 D 8 H 6 Denver 1 D 9 H 4 Denver 3 (OT) D 11 P 11 Bowdoin 4 D 15 H 3 Sokol Kiev (exh) 8 D 29 H 5 Minnesota 3 D 30 H 7 Bowling Green 4 J 2 A 4 Northeastern 4 (OT) J 3 A 5 Northeastern 7J 6 A 3 Alaska-Anchorage 4J 7 A 5 Alaska-Anchorage 6- (OT) J 12 A 1 Lowell 2J 13 A 7 Lowell 3 J 19 H 5 Lake Superior State 5 (OT) J 20 H 7 Lake Superior State 3 J 23 H 6 Merrimack 1 J 26 H 3 Northeastern 2 (OT) J 27 H 7 Northeastern 3 F 2 H 3 Providence 2 F 3 H 8 Providence 2 F 9 H 4 New Hampshire 2 F 10 H 8 New Hampshire 3 F 13 H 7 Lowell 2 F 16 A 3 New Hampshire 2 F 17 A 1 Boston College 3F 24 H 5 Boston Univ. 2 M 2 H 7 *Lowell 3 M 3 H 16 *Lowell 0 M 9 H 5 *Boston University 2 M 11 A 3 *Boston College 4M 16 H 8 #Bowling Green 4 M 17 H 5 $Bowling Green 2 M 23 A 3 $Wisconsin 7M 24 A 3 $Wisconsin 41990-91 32-9-2 / 15-5-1 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Mike Barkley, Scott Pellerin, Martin Robitaille Date Site UM OPP O 26 A 3 Lake Superior State 7-

O 27 N 2 N 3 N 9 N10 N 16 N 17 N 23 N 24 D 1 D 2 D 7 D 8 D 11 D 15 D 21 D 22 D 28 D 29 J 2 J 5 J 6 J 11 J 12 J 15 J 18 J 20 J 25 J 26 F 1 F 2 F 8 F 9 F 15 F 16 F 23 M 2 M 8 M 10 M 22 M 23 M 28

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

Lake Superior State Denver Denver Air Force Air Force Alaska-Anchorage Alaska-Anchorage Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Lowell Boston University Lowell Lowell New Hampshire Boston College Brown Clarkson Michigan State Michigan Providence Miami Miami Northeastern Northeastern Boston College New Hampshire Boston College Boston University Boston University Northeastern Merrimack Providence Providence Merrimack Merrimack New Hampshire *Lowell *Northeastern *Boston University $Minnesota $Minnesota $Northern Mich.

3 1 2 (OT) 1 1 3 (OT) 2 1 2 2 752 0 6 5 4 3 34 4 1 6-(OT) 1 5 4 52 0 3 3 73 2 4 2 3 3 (OT) 4- (OT) 0 3 5-

1991-92 18-17-2 (31-4-2)/12-7-2 (17-2-2) Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Mike Barkley, Scott Pellerin, Martin Robitaille Date Site UM OPP O 19 H 1 Team Canada (Exh) 7 O 31 P 5 +Kent State 4 (OT) N 1 H 4 +Kent State 2 N 3 H 2 Team USA (Exh) 5 N 10 A 4 +Boston College 0 N 15 A 4 Boston University 5N 16 A 8 +Boston University 1 N 21 H 6 +Alaska Fairbanks 5 N 22 H 8 +Alaska Fairbanks 1 N 27 H 4 +Northeastern 3 N 29 P 5 +Notre Dame 1 N 30 H 6 +Notre Dame 3 D 6 H 9 +New Hampshire 0 D 7 H 6 +New Hampshire 2 D 19 N 4 +Michigan State 2 D 20 N 5 +Calgary (exh) 0 D 27 N 4 Toronto (exh) 1 D 28 A 2 Wisconsin 3J 3 H 15 Army 5 J 4 H 4 UMass-Lowell 2 J 17 A 7 Merrimack 2

J 19 J 24 J 25 J 31 F 1 F 7 F 8 F 10 F 14 F 15 F 21 F 22 F 28 F 29 M 8 M 12 M 14 M 28

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Merrimack Northeastern Providence Boston University UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell Merrimack Boston College Boston College Northeastern New Hampshire Providence Providence *Merrimack *Boston College *New Hampshire $Michigan State

4 43 4(OT) 2 5 2 2 1 2 3 4(OT) 2 3 0 3 1 3-

1992-93 National Champions

1992-93 NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 42-1-2 / 22-1-1 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captain: Jim Montgomery Date Site UM OPP O 23 H 9 Providence 3 O 24 H 3 Providence 3 (OT) O 30 H 9 New Brunswick (exh) 2 O 31 H 11 New Brunswick (exh) 1 N 7 A 6 Providence 2 N 13 H 14 Merrimack 1 N 14 H 11 Merrimack 2 N 20 A 4 Boston University 3 N 21 A 6 Boston University 3 N 26 N 3 Yale 1 N 27 N 8 Bowling Green 1 N 28 A 6 Alaska Fairbanks 4 D 4 H 5 Northeastern 4 D 5 H 11 Northeastern 2 D 11 P 4 New Hampshire 3 D 12 A 6 UMass-Lowell 3 D 19 N 4 Western Michigan 1 D 20 N 3 Lake Superior State 2 D 29 N 9 Ohio State 4 D 30 N 6 Bowling Green 2 J 2 H 3 Miami 1 J 3 H 12 Brown 4 J 15 H 4 Clarkson 4 (OT) J 16 H 6 Clarkson 0 J 22 A 8 Boston College 1 J 24 A 4 Boston College 1 J 29 A 5 New Hampshire 2 J 30 A 8 New Hampshire 3 F 5 H 7 UMass-Lowell 4 F 6 H 4 UMass-Lowell 2 F 12 A 7 Northeastern 1 F 13 A 6 Northeastern 2 F 19 H 6 Boston University 7- (OT) F 20 H 6 Boston University 1 F 26 A 4 Merrimack 2

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8 9 5 6 9 7 5 6 4 5

Merrimack 1 Boston College 1 New Hampshire 2 *Northeastern 1 *Northeastern 5 *UMass-Lowell 5 *Boston University 2 $Minnesota 2 $Michigan 3 (OT) $Lake Superior State 4

1993-94 6-29-1 (17-15-4)/3-20-1 (12-8-4) Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Paul Kariya, Cal Ingraham, Patrice Tardif, Andy Silverman Date Site UM OPP O 22 A 5 +Providence 1 O 23 A 5 +Providence 2 O 29 H 4 Acadia (exh) 4 (OT) N 6 H 4 +Providence 2 N 12 A 5 +Merrimack 2 N 13 A 6 +Merrimack 3 N 19 H 3 Boston University 5N 20 H 5 +Boston University 1 N 26 H 6 +Illinois-Chicago 4 N 27 H 4 Rensselaer 5D 3 A 3 Northeastern 6D 4 A 6 +Northeastern 3 D 10 P 3 New Hampshire 7D 12 H 0 UMass-Lowell 5D 17 H 5 +Ferris State 3 D 18 H 3 Ferris State 5D 31 N 1 Lake Superior State 2J 2 N 4 Cornell 1 J 3 P 6 Harvard 7J 13 A 3 Clarkson 2 J 14 A 7 St. Lawrence 2 J 21 H 4 Boston College 4 (OT) J 22 H 3 Boston College 5J 28 H 2 Northeastern 5J 29 H 1 Northeastern 4F 4 H 7 +New Hampshire 4 F 5 H 5 +New Hampshire 2 F 12 A 4 +UMass-Lowell 4 F 13 A 4 +UMass-Lowell 4 F 19 A 0 +Boston Univ. 0 (OT) F 20 A 1 Boston Univ. 5 F 26 H 8 Merrimack 3 F 27 H 6 Merrimack 4 M 4 A 1 New Hampshire 3M 5 A 4 Boston College 3 M 11 A 5 *Boston University 8M 12 A 3 *Boston University 4 1994-95 32-6-6 / 15-3-6 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captain: Chris Imes Date Site UM O 20 A 7 Alaska-Fairbanks O 21 A 3 Alaska-Fairbanks O 22 A 5 Alaska-Fairbanks O 28 A 4 Northeastern O 30 A 3 Boston University N 4 P 4 New Hampshire N 5 H 6 New Hampshire N 11 A 4 Boston College N 13 A 3 Boston College N 18 H 5 Providence

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H N N H H A A H H H H N A H H H H H A A A A H H H H P H H N N N N N

2 4 6 6 5 3 3 6 4 6 2 5 8 5 7 3 5 3 7 2 5 8 7 3 2 8 2 5 7 3 6 4 4 2

Providence Notre Dame Boston University Boston University Boston University Merrimack Merrimack St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Acadia (exh) Princeton Miami R.P.I. Boston College St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Northeastern Northeastern UMass Amherst UMass Amherst Providence UMass Lowell UMass Amherst Merrimack UMass Lowell UMass Lowell New Hampshire New Hampshire *UMass Amherst *Providence *UMass Lowell $Denver $Michigan $Boston University

1 1 5 (OT) 5 5 (OT) 3 (OT) 1 1 3 1 33 5 1 1 1 1 3 (OT) 2 42 1 0 2 45 33 4 70 2 3 (3OT) 6-

1995-96 26-9-4 / 14-6-4 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh (14-3-3), Greg Cronin (12-6-1) Captain: Jeff Tory Date Site UM OPP O 13 N 6 Miami 5 O 15 N 4 Michigan State 3 O 26 N 3 Michigan 6O 28 A 4 Union 1 O 29 A 3 Colgate 2 N 3 H 4 New Hampshire 4 (OT) N 4 H 3 New Hampshire 3 (OT) N 10 A 1 Providence 3N 11 A 2 Providence 1 N 14 H 2 Boston University 5N 17 H 5 Boston College 0 N 18 H 4 Boston College 0 N 24 H 6 New Hampshire 3 N 25 H 2 Vermont 1 (OT) N 28 P 4 Brown 2 D 2 H 6 Merrimack 2 D 3 H 9 Merrimack 5 D 8 A 6 UMass Lowell 1 D 9 A 3 UMass Lowell 3 (OT) D 22 H 4 Union 0 D 23 H 2 Sweden Junior Ntl. (exh) 5D 27 A 10 British Columbia (exh) 2 D 29 A 7 British Columbia (exh) 2 D 30 A 5 Calgary (exh) 3 D 31 A 7 Calgary (exh) 2 J 2 A 6 Ottawa (exh) 0 J 3 A 8 Concordia (exh) 3 J 9 A 7 UMass Amherst 1 J 12 A 2 Clarkson 3-

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A A A H H A A A A A H H H H H N N

5 3 3 6 6 2 2 6 3 3 5 6 5 4 8 5 2

St. Lawrence Boston University Boston University UMass Amherst UMass Amherst Boston College Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Northeastern Northeastern Providence UMass Lowell New Hampshire* New Hampshire* UMass Lowell* Providence*

0 43 (OT) 3 3 61 5 (OT) 2 72 4 72 4 2 3-

1996-97 24-10-1 / 16-7-1 Hockey East Head Coach: Greg Cronin (8-7-1), Shawn Walsh (15-3-0) Captain: Reg Cardinal Date Site UM OPP O 18 N 0 Michigan 3O 20 A 7 Lake Superior State 4 O 25 H 4 Colgate 3 N 1 H 7 Ala.-Huntsville 2 N 2 H 5 Ala.-Huntsville 1 N 8 H 2 Northeastern 2 (OT) N 9 H 3 Northeastern 4N 15 A 3 New Hampshire 6N 16 A 5 New Hampshire 6N 22 H 5 UMass Lowell 4 (OT) N 23 H 2 UMass Lowell 3-(OT) N 29 N 4 UMassLowell 3 N 30 N 2 New Hampshire 7D 6 A 6 Boston College 3 D 7 A 3 Boston College 5D 20 H 10 Dalhousie (exh) 2 D 21 H 6 Princeton 1 D 27 A 3 Denver 4-(OT) D 28 N 12 Air Force 5 J 3 A 5 Providence 4 J 4 A 8 UMass Lowell 5 J 10 A 1 Merrimack 3J 11 A 6 Merrimack 2 J 17 H 6 Providence 3 J 18 H 4 Providence 1 J 24 A 7 Northeastern 2 J 25 A 3 Boston University 1 J 31 H 8 Boston College 6 F 2 H 4 Merrimack 5-(OT) F 14 A 6 UMass Amherst 4 F 15 A 8 UMass Amherst 1 F 18 H 5 New Hampshire 1 F 21 H 3 Boston University 0 F 22 H 7 Boston University 2 M 1 H 10 UMass Amherst 3 1997-98 17-15-4 / 10-11-3 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Steve Kariya, Shawn Wansborough, Brian White Date Site UM OPP O 17 A 6 Minnesota 1 O 18 A 2 Minnesota 3O 24 H 6 St. Thomas (exh) 1 O 25 H 6 Colorado College 6 (OT) O 31 H 6 UMass Lowell 2 N 1 H 6 Providence 3

N 8 N 14 N 15 N 21 N 22 N 28 N 29 D 5 D 6 D 12 D 13 J 9 J 10 J 16 J 17 J 23 J 24 F 1 F 5 F 13 F 14 F 20 F 21 F 27 F 28 M 7 M 13 M 14 M 20 M 21

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0 4 6 1 12 3 0 2 2 7 3 7 0 1 0 3 2 3 3 6 12 3 4 11 3 5 3 5 6 2

Boston University Merrimack Merrimack Boston College Boston College Vermont New Hampshire Providence Providence UMass Lowell UMass Lowell Merrimack Boston College New Hampshire New Hampshire Boston University Boston University New Hampshire Northeastern UMass Amherst UMass Amherst Northeastern Northeastern Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha UMass Amherst *New Hampshire *New Hampshire *UMass Lowell *Boston College

654 65 1 7673 3 6 (OT) 0 25431 51 2 41 0 45 2 (OT) 3 2 3-

1992-93 National Champions

1998-99 NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 31-6-4 / 17-5-2 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: David Cullen, Steve Kariya,    Bobby Stewart, Jason Vitorino Date Site UM O 16 A 6 Nebraska-Omaha O 17 A 3 Nebraska-Omaha O 23 H 5 Moncton (exh) O 24 H 6 Union College N 6 H 3 UMass Lowell N 7 H 5 UMass Lowell N 13 A 1 UMass Amherst N 14 A 1 UMass Amherst N 20 H 6 Providence N 21 H 3 Providence N 27 N 4 New Hampshire N 28 N 2 Vermont D 12 H 5 Northeastern D 13 H 7 Northeastern D 18 H 7 Dartmouth D 21 N 3 Colgate J 1 A 4 Denver J 3 A 3 Colorado College J 5 A 4 Boston University J 8 A 2 Boston College J 9 A 4 Boston College J 13 P 6 Yale J 17 H 5 UMass Amherst

OPP 2 0 0 1 2 (OT) 2 21 (OT) 1 2 3 0 1 7 (OT) 1 3 (OT) 3 3 (OT) 3 1 71 0

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Merrimack Merrimack Providence Northeastern New Hampshire Boston College Boston University Boston University UMass Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire New Hampshire *UMass Amherst *UMass Amherst *Boston College $Ohio State $Clarkson $Boston College $New Hampshire

2 3 4 1 3 4 2 42 0 641 2 32 2 1 (OT) 2 (OT)

1999-2000 27-8-5 / 13-7-4 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: Cory Larose, Brendan Walsh Date Site UM OPP O 16 H 5 Minnesota 3 O 17 H 5 Minnesota 4 O 22 H 6 New Brunswick (exh) 3 O 23 H 6 Canisius College 3 O 29 A 3 Ohio State 2 O 31 A 3 Ohio State 1 N 5 H 2 Northeastern 2 (OT) N 7 H 5 Providence 2 N 12 A 3 Merrimack 3 (OT) N 14 A 4 Boston College 2 N 19 A 3 UMass Lowell 1 N 20 H 3 Brown 0 D 3 A 1 Northeastern 3D 4 A 3 Northeastern 6D 10 H 4 Boston University 2 D 12 H 7 Quinnipiac 4 D 31 N 4 Colorado College 3 J 1 A 4 Denver 3 J 4 P 2 Cornell 2 (OT) J 7 H 9 New Hampshire 4 J 8 H 4 New Hampshire 5J11 A 4 UMass Amherst 2 J 15 A 4 Boston University 5J 16 A 3 Boston Univeristy 3 (OT) J 28 H 2 Boston College 3J 29 H 0 Boston College 3F 6 H 0 New Hampshire 1F 11 H 5 UMass Amherst 2 F 12 H 5 UMass Amherst 2 F 18 A 4 UMass Lowell 1 F 19 A 4 UMass Lowell 3 F 25 H 5 Merrimack 1 F 26 H 5 Merrimack 3 M 3 A 6 Providence 6 (OT) M 4 A 3 Providence 2 M 9 H 5 *Providence 3 M 10 H 5 *Providence 4 (OT) M 17 N 4 *Boston University 2 M 18 N 2 *Boston College 1 M 26 N 5 $Michigan 2 A 6 N 0 $North Dakota 22000-01 20-12-7 / 12-7-5 Hockey East Head Coach: Shawn Walsh Captains: A.J. Begg, Doug Janik

Date O 13 O 14 O 20 O 21 O 27 O 28 N 3 N 4 N 10 N 17 N 21 N 24 N 25 D 1 D 3 D8 D 10 D 14 D 27 D 28 J 5 J 6 J 12 J 13 J 26 J 27 F 4 F 9 F 10 F 16 F 17 F 23 F 24 M 2 M 3 M 8 M 9 M 16 M 23 M 24

Site UM OPP H 1 North Dakota 1 (OT) H 2 North Dakota 4H 4 U.S. Ntl. Dev. Team (exh) 2 H 8 St. Lawrence 2 H 2 Ohio State 3- (OT) H 2 Ohio State 0 A 3 Providence 5A 1 Northeastern 1 (OT) H 6 Merrimack 2 A 2 UMass Lowell 0 A 1 Cornell 1 (OT) A 6 Brown 2 A 1 Dartmouth 2- (OT) H 5 Northeastern 1 P 3 Northeastern 3 (OT) A 2 Boston University 3H 2 Boston College 7H 3 Massachusetts 2 N 4 Clarkson 2 N 2 Cornell 1 A 0 New Hampshire 0 (OT) A 1 New Hampshire 4H 3 Boston University 3 (OT) H 3 Boston Univeristy 1 A 1 Boston College 4A 2 Boston College 7H 3 New Hampshire 2 (OT) A 3 Massachusetts 2 (OT) A 5 Massachusetts 1 H 6 UMass Lowell 2 H 1 UMass Lowell 3A 5 Merrimack 4 (OT) A 1 Merrimack 1 (OT) H 4 Providence 2 H 5 Providence 2 H 2 *Northeastern 1 H 6 *Northeastern 3 N 3 *Providence 4N 5 $Minnesota 4 (OT) N 1 $Boston College 3-

2001-02 26-11-7 / 14-5-5 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Peter Metcalf, Chris Heisten, Martin Kariya Date Site UM OPP O 12 H 9 Bowling Green 1 O 13 H 2 St. Cloud State 6O 20 A 2 North Dakota 3O 21 A 5 North Dakota 1 O 26 A 3 Western Michigan 4O 27 A 2 Western Michigan 2 (OT) N 3 H 6 UMass Lowell 3 N 9 H 2 Boston University 3-(OT) N 11 H 4 Sacred Heart 4 (OT) N 16 H 8 Northeastern 4 N 18 H 9 Quinnipiac 0 N 21 H 3 Brown 2 (OT) N 30 A 6 Massachusetts 1 D 1 A 1 New Hampshire 4D 7 H 5 Boston College 2 D 8 H 3 Boston College 3 (OT) D 29 N 6 Ohio State 2 D 30 N 4 Northern Michigan 5J 4 H 5 Providence 4 J 6 P 4 Dartmouth College 1 J 11 A 1 Northeastern 2J 12 A 2 Northeastern 2 (OT) J 18 H 5 Merrimack 1

J 19 J 25 J 26 F 1 F 2 F 8 F 9 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 23 M 1 M 2 M 7 M 8 M 15 M 16 M 23 M 24 A 4 A 6

H A A H H A A A A H H A A H H N N N N N N

5 2 4 6 2 3 2 1 3 7 7 9 4 7 4 4 1 4 4 7 3

Merrimack UMass Lowell UMass Lowell New Hampshire New Hampshire Boston College Merrimack Providence Providence Massachusetts Massachusetts Boston University Boston University *Boston College *Boston College *Boston University *New Hampshire $Harvard $Boston University $New Hampshire $Minnesota

3 1 1 3 2 (OT) 450 3 (OT) 1 0 6 4 (OT) 3 2 3 33 (OT) 3 2 4- (OT)

2002-03 24-10-5 / 14-6-4 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Chris Heisten, Martin Kariya, Robert Liscak Date Site UM OPP O 12 H 8 Lake Superior State 1 O 18 N 0 Colorado College 3O 19 A 4 Alaska Anchorage 2 O 26 H 4 Western Michigan 0 O 27 H 4 Western Michigan 4 (OT) N 1 H 5 Mercyhurst 0 N 2 H 7 Mercyhurst 0 N 9 H 1 Massachustts 0 N 15 A 8 Northeastern 2 N 16 A 7 Boston University 3 N 22 H 2 New Hampshire 1 (OT) N 26 H 2 Quinnipiac 1 (OT) D 6 A 4 Boston College 3 D 7 A 2 Boston College 2 (OT) D 13 H 4 Iona 1 D 15 P 4 Harvard University 2 D28 N 3 Cornell 2 D 29 N 8 Massachusetts 3 J 3 A 2 Providence 4J 4 A 5 UMass Lowell 2 J 10 H 7 Northeastern 1 J 11 H 3 Northeastern 1 J 17 A 5 Merrimack 5 (OT) J 18 A 2 Merrimack 1 J 24 H 3 UMass Lowell 2 J 25 H 4 UMass Lowell 4 (OT) F 1 N 2 New Hampshire 4F 2 A 3 New Hampshire 2 (OT) F 7 H 2 Boston College 5F 9 H 4 Merrimack 2 F 14 H 1 Providence 5F 15 H 2 Providence 2F 21 A 2 Massachusetts 4F 22 A 4 Massachusetts 0 F28 H 2 Boston University 4M1 H 4 Boston University 2 M 6 H 3 *Massachusetts 5M 7 H 2 *Massachusetts 4M 29 N 1 $Michigan 2 2003-04 33-8-3 / 17-5-2 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Todd Jackson, Prestin Ryan, Jeff Mushaluk

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Site UM OPP N 4 Minnesota 0 N 6 Wisconsin 2 H 9 US Under 18 Team (exh) 2 H 7 Holy Cross 0 A 3 St. Lawrence 2 A 7 St. Lawrence 2 H 6 Merrimack 2 H 2 Boston University 1 A 1 Boston College 4A 3 New Hampshire 6H 5 Northeastern 2 H 4 UMass Lowell 0 A 1 Massashusetts 1 (OT) A 3 Providence 2 A 3 Merrimack 1 H 3 Dartmouth 2 N 2 Ohio State 4N 0 Notre Dame 1P 6 Vermont 1 A 5 Merrimack 2 H 6 Sacred Heart 0 H 3 Massachusetts 0 H 0 Massachusetts 1A 8 Boston University 4 A 0 Boston University 1H 5 New Hampshire 4 H 5 New Hampshire 0 H 1 Alabama-Huntsville 0 H 2 Alabama-Huntsville 2 (OT) A 3 Northeastern 1 A 0 Northeastern 0 (OT) H 3 Providence 2 H 4 Providence 2 A 2 UMass Lowell 3A 4 UMass Lowell 0 H 3 Boston College 0 H 4 Boston College 3 (OT) H 2 *Merrimack 1 H 3 *Merrimack 2 N 1 *Boston University 0 N 2 *Massachusetts 1 (3OT) N 5 $ Harvard 4 N 2 $ Wisconsin 1 (OT) N 2 $ Boston College 1 N 0 $ Denver 1-

2004-05 20-13-7 / 13-6-5 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: John Ronan, Jeff Mushaluk, Mathew Deschamps, Michel Léveillé Date Site UM OPP O 3 A 7 Vermont 1 O 8 H 3 North Dakota 4 - (OT) O 9 H 1 North Dakota 3O 15 H 4 Niagara 3 O 16 H 6 Niagara 2 O 22 H 0 St. Lawrence 1O 23 H 4 St. Lawrence 3 O 29 A 3 Merrimack 0 O 31 A 1 Boston University 3 N 5 H 1 Boston College 3N 7 H 3 New Hampshire 0 N 12 A 2 Northeastern 4N 13 A 5 UMass-Lowell 4 N 19 H 6 Massachusetts 2 N 21 P 8 Providence 4 N 27 A 0 Dartmouth 0 (OT) D 3 H 2 Merrimack 2 (OT) D 4 H 5 Merrimack 0

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D 11 D 28 D 29 J 9 J 14 J 15 J 21 J 22 J 28 J 29 F 4 F 5 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M 4 M 5 M 11 M 12 M 18 M 26

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

Harvard St. Cloud State Cornell Quinnipiac Massachusetts Massachusetts Boston University Boston University Northeastern Northeastern New Hampshire New Hampshire Providence Providence UMass-Lowell UMass-Lowell Boston College Boston College *UMass-Lowell *UMass-Lowell *Boston College $Minnesota

41 (OT) 40 2 (OT) 2 1 (OT) 2 0 2 (OT) 1 232 0 3 42 (OT) 2 2 2 - (2OT) 1- (OT)

2005-06 28-12-2 / 17-8-2 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Greg Moore, Michel Léveillé, Steve Mullin Date Site UM OPP O 7 N 3 Air Force 1 O 8 A 2 Colorado College 3- (OT) O 14 H 5 Denver 1 O 15 H 4 Denver 2 O 21 H 3 Alabama-Huntsville 1 O 22 H 4 Alabama-Huntsville 0 O 28 A 2 Boston College 1 O 29 A 4 Massachusetts 0 N 4 H 3 Merrimack 1 N 6 H 1 Boston University 2N 11 A 9 UMass-Lowell 2 N 12 A 2 New Hampshire 4N 15 H 7 US Under 18 Team (exh) 2 N 27 H 1 Vermont 2D 2 A 2 Providence 4D 7 P 2 Brown 1 D 10 H 5 Northeastern 2 D 27 N 1 Minnesota-Duluth 4D 28 N 4 Northeastern 2 J 6 H 4 UMass-Lowell 0 J 7 H 6 UMass-Lowell 2 J 13 A 2 Boston University 1J 14 A 4 Boston University 5J 20 H 0 Providence 4J 21 H 5 Providence 2 J 27 A 6 Northeastern 2 J 28 A 2 Northeastern 1 F 3 H 4 New Hampshire 1 F 4 H 4 New Hampshire 7F 10 A 3 Vermont 1 F 11 A 4 Vermont 4 (OT) F 17 H 4 Boston College 1 F 18 H 3 Boston College 1 F 24 A 4 Merrimack 1 F 25 A 2 Merrimack 1 M 3 H 2 Massachusetts 2 (OT) M 4 H 5 Massachusetts 3 M 10 H 4 * UMass-Lowell 3 (OT) M 11 H 4 * UMass-Lowell 3 M 17 N 1 * Boston College 4M 25 N 6 $ Harvard 1 M 26 N 5 $ Michigan State 4 A 6 N 2 $ Wisconsin 5-

2006-07 23-15-2 / 14-12-1 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Michel Léveillé, Mike Lundin, Josh Soares Date Site UM OPP O 6 N 3 Minnesota 1 O 13 H 7 Bemidji State 1 O 14 H 6 Bemidji State 3 O 20 A 6 North Dakota 2 O 21 A 3 North Dakota 1 O 28 H 4 Massachusetts 1 N 3 A 4 Merrimack 1 N 4 A 2 Boston University 2 (OT) N 10 H 4 UMass-Lowell 1 N 12 H 2 New Hampshire 8N 19 H 3 Boston College 4 (OT) N 25 A 2 Vermont 3D 1 H 3 Providence College 0 D 9 A 7 Northeastern 1 D 12 H 3 New Brunswick (exh) 2 (OT) D 16 P 1 Mercyhurst 1 (OT) D 29 N 8 Western Michigan 4 D 30 N 6 Cornell 3 J 5 A 4 UMass-Lowell 2 J 6 A 5 UMass-Lowell 2 J 12 H 5 Boston University 6 J 13 H 0 Boston University 3 J 19 A 0 Providence College 3 J 20 A 2 Providence College 0 J 26 H 1 Northeastern 6J 27 H 2 Northeastern 1 (OT) F 2 N 4 New Hampshire 2 F 3 A 1 New Hampshire 2F 9 H 5 Vermont 1 F 10 H 1 Vermont 0 F 15 A 2 Boston College 5F 16 A 5 Boston College 6F 23 H 3 Merrimack 0 F 24 H 5 Merrimack 1 M 2 A 1 Massachusetts 3M 3 A 3 Massachusetts 5M 9 A 2 * Massachusetts 3M 10 A 2 * Massachusetts 5M 23 N 4 $ St. Cloud State 1 M 24 N 3 $ Massachusetts 1 A 5 N 2 $ Michigan State 4 2007-08 13-18-3 / 9-15-3 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Travis Ramsey, Rob Bellamy, Billy Ryan, Bret Tyler Date Site UM OPP O 6 H 5 US Under 18 Team (exh)3 O 12 A 0 Denver 2O13 A 1 Denver 3O 19 H 4 Mercyhurst 2 O 20 H 4 Mercyhurst 1 O 26 A 3 Northeastern 2 O 27 A 4 Northeastern 3 N 2 A 1 Boston College 1 (OT) N 9 H 2 Providence 6N 10 H 0 Providence 1N 16 A 1 Merrimack 5N 17 A 1 Merrimack 2N 25 H 5 Vermont 5 (OT) D 1 H 1 New Brunswick (exh) 2 D 8 H 3 Merrimack 1 D 16 A 0 New Hampshire 2D 28 N 5 Clarkson 3 D29 N 0 UMass Lowell 6J 4 H 3 Northeastern 7-

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4 1 4 3 2 2 3 2 1 1 0 3 5 0 3 4 2

RPI Boston University Providence Boston College Boston College UMass Lowell Massachusetts New Hampshire New Hampshire Boston University Boston University Massachusetts Massachusetts Vermont Vermont UMass Lowell UMass Lowell

2 30 3 (OT) 435342 (OT) 1 (OT) - 2 4 (OT) 20 1 1(OT)

2008-09 13-22-4 / 7-17-3 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Simon Danis-Pepin, Jeff Marshall, Matt Duffy, Chris Hahn Date Site UM OPP O10 A 5 New Brunswick (exh) 4 O11 A 6 New Brunswick (exh) 6 O17 N 1 Alaska Anchorage 3O18 A 2 Alaska 0 O24 H 0 Northeastern 5O25 H 1 Northeastern 2O31 H 4 Niagara 2 N1 H 4 Niagara 1 N9 H 2 Boston College 1 N14 A 3 Providence 2 N15 A 3 Providence 0 N21 H 2 Merrimack 1 N22 H 1 Merrimack 1 N29 A 2 Vermont 3D5 A 2 Northeastern 3D7 A 3 Merrimack 2 D12 H 3 Union 1 D13 H 5 Union 1 D27 N 2 Colgate 3D28 N 3 St. Cloud 3 J2 N 7 US U-18 (exh) 3 J4 H 4 New Hampshire 5J10 A 1 Boston University 4J16 H 1 Bentley 3J18 H 2 Providence 2 J24 A 3 Boston College 6J25 A 1 Boston College 4J30 H 2 UMass Lowell 3F1 H 2 UMass 1 F6 A 1 New Hampshire 4F7 A 1 New Hampshire 0 F13 H 2 Boston University 7F14 H 2 Boston University 2 F20 A 3 UMass 4F21 A 3 UMass 4F27 H 2 Vermont 3F28 H 1 Vermont 2 M6 A 3 UMass Lowell 5M7 A 0 UMass Lowell 6M13 A 1 * Boston University 2M14 A 6 * Boston University 3 M15 A 2 * Boston University 62009-10 19-17-3 / 13-12-2 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Tanner House, Jeff Dimmen

Date O 9 O10 O 16 O17 O23 O24 O 30 N 8 N 13 N 14 N 20 N 21 N 27 N 28 D 4 D 5 D 12 D 29 D 30 J 9 J 15 J 16 J 19 J 23 J 29 J 30 F 5 F 6 F 12 F 13 F 19 F 20 F 26 F 27 M 5 M 6 M 12 M 13 M 14 M 19 M 20

Site UM OPP A 1 Union 4A 3 Union 6H 3 Michigan State 5H 5 Michigan State 3 A 3 Massachusetts 5A 2 New Hampshire 5H 4 Vermont 1 H 3 Boston University 2 A 6 Northeastern 2 A 2 Northeastern 5H 3 Boston College 4H 3 Boston College 3 (OT) A 3 UMass Lowell 1 N 10 St. Lawrence 1 H 3 Providence 1 H 3 Providence 1 H 5 Northeastern 1 N 6 Princeton 6 (OT) N 3 Colorado College 1 H 4 Merrimack 2 A 1 Boston College 1A 2 Providence 3H 4 New Brunswick (exh) 1 H 4 US U-18 Team (exh) 0 A 6 Vermont 3 A 4 Vermont 4 (OT) H 3 New Hampshire 2 H 6 New Hampshire 3 A 4 Boston University 7- A 2 Boston University 5H 8 UMass Lowell 4 H 2 UMass Lowell 4A 3 Merrimack 6A 5 Merrimack 1 H 2 Massachusetts 5H 3 Massachusetts 4H 1 * UMass Lowell 2H 2 * UMass Lowell 0 H 3 * UMass Lowell 2 (OT) N 5 * Boston University 2 N 6 * Boston College 7- (OT)

2010-11 12-12-7 / 14-8-5 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Tanner House, Jeff Dimmen, Gustav Nyquist Date Site UM OPP O 8 H 8 UMass Lowell 2 O 9 H 3 UConn 3 (OT) O 14 A 4 Michigan State 4 (OT) O 15 A 2 Michigan State 3O 22 H 7 North Dakota 3 O 23 H 4 North Dakota 2 O 30 A 3 Vermont 2 (OT) N 6 A 2 Boston University 2 (OT) N 12 H 4 Northeastern 2 N 13 H 4 Northeastern 2 N 19 A 0 Boston College 4N 21 A 1 Boston College 4D 3 A 3 Providence 3 D 4 A 5 Providence 0 D 10 H 3 New Hampshire 4 - (OT) D 12 H 4 UMass 1 D 29 N 1 Miami 4D 30 N 3 Cornell 2 J 8 A 1 Merrimack 7J 14 H 4 Providence 3 (OT) J 16 H 4 Boston College 1 J 22 A 3 Northeastern 3

J 28 J 29 F 4 F 5 F 11 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 25 F 26 M 4 M 5 M 11 M 12

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Boston University Boston University New Hampshire New Hampshire Vermont Vermont UMass Lowell UMass Lowell Merrimack Merrimack UMass UMass Merrimack * Merrimack *

41 (OT) 6572 0 0 0 1 3 4 (OT) 56-

2011-12 23-14-3 / 15-10-2 Hockey East Head Coach: Tim Whitehead Captains: Brian Flynn, Will O’Neill, Spencer Abbott, Mike Cornell Date Site UM OPP O 7 H 1 Merrimack 2O 9 H 6 Northeastern 3 O 14 A 1 #6 North Dakota 3 O 15 A 3 #6 North Dakota 3 (OT) O 28 H 5 Providence 4 (OT) O 29 H 3 Providence 1 N 4 A 1 #1 Boston College 5 N 5 A 2 New Hampshire 3N 11 H 3 UMass Lowell 5N 12 H 3 UMass Lowell 4N 18 A 2 Massachusetts 2 (OT) N 26 N 4 Clarkson 3 D 2 A 6 Vermont 4 D 3 A 5 Vermont 2 D 10 H 1 #11 Boston University 5 D 29 N 6 Clarkson 1 D 30 N 5 Massachusetts 2 J 4 H 3 Vermont 1 J 7 N 5 New Hampshire 4 (OT) J 13 A 2 #7 Merrimack 6J 14 A 2 #7 Merrimack 2 (OT) J 20 H 4 #3 Boston College 3 (OT) J 21 H 7 #3 Boston College 4 J 27 A 4 #2 Boston University 2 J 28 A 3 #2 Boston University 1 F 3 H 4 Alabama-Huntsville 3 (OT) F 4 H 5 Alabama-Huntsville 0 F 10 A 3 Providence 4F 11 A 2 #7 UMass Lowell 1 F 17 H 7 Massachusetts 3 F 18 H 1 Massachusetts 4F 24 A 2 Northeastern 4F 25 A 7 Northeastern 1 M 3 H 1 New Hampshire 0 M 9 H 2 #14 * Merrimack 1 M 10 H 2 #14 * Merrimack 5 M 11 H 2 #14 * Merrimack 1 M 16 N 5 #5 * Boston University 3 M 17 N 1 #1 * Boston College 4 M 24 N 2 #5 $ Minnesota Duluth5 * Hockey East Playoffs # NCAA Tournament

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Abbott, Spencer Adams, Paul Addesa, Brian Allison, Blair Amestoy, Carlos Anderson, Shawn Andersson, Theodor Anthoine, Mark Aquino, Luciano Aubut, Andre Austin, Chester

BBBBB

Baker, John Banwell, Michael Barkley, Michael Barnes, Troy Baxter, Charles Beattie, Kyle Beaudry, Michael Beers, Bob Begg, A.J. Bellamy, Robert Bellefeuille, Brian Belmore, Glenn Bernier, Gaetan Bishop, Ben Bjorkstrand, Todd Blair, Campbell Blair, James Bobala, Michael Boike, Nolan Boone, Aaron Boretti, Scott Boudreau, Ed Bowles, Richard Braccia, Robert Brown, Jeremy Burcar, James Burke, James

CCCCC

Cambio, Christopher Capuano, David Capuano, Jack, Jr. Cardinal, Reginald Carriere, Brett Carney, Keith Cerretani, Andrew Clark, Brett Clark, Trapper Clark, Wesley Clauson, Kevin Clukey, Barry Coakley, Roger Comeault, Rene Conlan, Wayne Conn, Gary Corkum, Kelen Corkum, Robert Cornell, Michael Cote, Richard Crespi, Joseph Croke, Paul, Jr. Crowley, Mark Cullen, David Czenczek, Stanley

2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1981-82, 82-83 1997-98 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 2010-11 1985-86 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 2010-11, 11-12 2003-04 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 1922-23 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 1922-23, 23-24 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1981-82, 82-83 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90 2007-08, 08-09 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91 1923-24 1983-84 2007-08 1996-97, 97-98 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84 1999-00 1982-83 1985-86 1994-95 1991-92 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91 2011-12 1995-96 1999-00, 00-01 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 1999-00, 00-01 1993-94, 94-95 1922-23 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1991-92, 93-94, 94-95 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 2010-11 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1978-79, 79-80, 81-82 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1978-79 1981-82, 82-83 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 1984-85

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Damon, Derek Danis-Pepin, Simon Darling, Scott Day, Robert deKastrozza, David Dee, Robby Dekker, Jason DelGuidice, Matthew Demianiuk, William Demoulas, Arthur Deschamps, Mathew DiBattista, John Diamond, Joey Dimitrakos, Niko Dimmen, Jeffrey Donovan, Brendan Downey, Brian Doyle, Frank Drevitch, Scott Duffy, Matt Dunham, Michael

EEEEE

Ek, Robert Elliott, Wilmer Ellis, David

FFFFF

Falco, Paul Fargnoli, Kenneth Fenton, Eric Ferraro, Chris Ferraro, Peter Flynn, Brian Foley, Shane Forsythe, John Fowler, Daniel French, Larry Frenette, Tony

GGGGG

Gagnon, Erik Garrow, Michael Genest, Bruce Geoffroy, Eric Giacalone, Paul Golden, Michael Gorriti, Javier Grass, Kevin Greyeyes, Matthew Grillo, Roger Guidotti, Vincent Guite, Benjamin Gustafson, Marcus Gwinn, Craig

HHHHH

Hahn, Christopher Hamilton, Mike Hatch, James Healy, Mark Hegarty, Ryan Hegland, Bruce Heisten, Barrett Heisten, Chris Hellen, Ronald Hernon, Michael Higgins, Stuart Hirsch, Greg Hopson, John

2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 2008-09, 09-10 1977-78, 78-79 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 1993-94, 94-95 1988-89, 89-90 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1977-78, 78-79 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 1997-98 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 2000-01 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 2002-03, 03-04 1984-85 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 1922-23, 23-24 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 2001-02 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1992-93 1992-93 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 2006-07, 07-08 1991-92, 92-93 1987-88 1979-80 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1995-96 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1996-97, 97-98 1989-90 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 1982-83, 83-84 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 1994-95, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 1992-93 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1980-81 1980-81 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1998-99, 99-00 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 1981-82, 82-83, 84-85, 85-86 1983-84 2011-12 1992-93, 94-95, 95-96 2005-06, 06-07

Hopson, Keenan House, Tanner Howard, Jimmy Howland, Robert Hughes, Brian Hughes, John Hunt, David

IIIII

Imes, Chris Ingraham, Calvin

JJJJJ

Jaaskelainen, Tuomo Jackson, Todd Jacques, Raymond Jamison, David Janik, Doug Jankus, Jon Jean, Ray Jenkins, Todd Jirele, Joseph Johnson, Keith Johnson, Neil

KKKKK

Kalser, Claudio Kariya, Martin Kariya, Paul Kariya, Steve Keery, Brian Kerluke, Dan Kincaid, Sean King, Chad King, Scott Kloewer, Jeffrey

2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05 1991-92 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1988-89, 89-90 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 94-95 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 1997-98, 98-99 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1992-93 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06 2002-03, 03-04 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1985-86 1989-90 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 1992-93, 93-94 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 1990-91, 1991-92 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1992-93 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 Brothers Matt and Mike Lundin.

LLLLL

Lacoste, Jean LaCouture, David LaFleur, Robert Laise, Vince Lalonde, Christian Lannan, Kent Larose, Cory Latendresse, Mike Lawson, Lucas Leach, Jonathan LeBlanc, Stephen LeBlond, Thomas Leen, Connor Leger, Jim Leidermark, Klas Lelievre, Paul

1983-84, 84-85 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1978-79 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 1992-93, 93-94 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1989-90 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80 2011-12 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1984-85

BLACK BEAR LETTERWINNERS Léveillé, Michel Libby, Jeff Link, Tony Liscak, Robert Logan, James Loney, Daniel Loring, Alan Lovell, Timothy Loya, Cliff Lundback, Anders Lundback, Magnus Lundin, Matt Lundin, Mike Lyall, Cameron Lynch, Paul

2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1980-81, 81-82 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 1997-98, 98-99 2004-05, 05-06 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 2001-02, 02-03

MMMMM

Macauley, Brendan 1988-89 MacIntyre, Duncan 1982-83, 83-84 MacIsaac, David 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95 MacKay, Roger 1922-23, 23-24 Maher, Peter 1981-82, 82-83, 84-85 Mahoney, Brad 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 Major, Bruce 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 Mangene, Matthew 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 Mann, Kevin 1983-84, 84-85 Mansoff, Jason 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 Mansoff, Shawn 1996-97 Mantenuto, Mike 2000-01 Marcotte, Daniel 1994-95 Marsh, Blair 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 Marshall, Jeffrey 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 Martin, Matthew 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93 Mason, Donald, Jr. 1977-78, 78-79 Masotta, Bryan 1996-97 Massara, John 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 Maxwell, Timothy 2004-05 Mazur, John 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 McComb, Thomas 1985-86 McDonald John, Jr. 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 McHugh, Michael 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 McKiernan, Brian 1977-78 McTernan, James 1977-78 Mercier, Martin 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 Metcalf, Peter 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 Michaud, Alfie 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99 Mintz, Devin 1991-92 Montgomery, Dwight 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 Montgomery, Jim 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 Moore, Greg 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 Morrison, Mike 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 Morrone, Tony 2006-07 Mullin, Steve 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05 Murphy, Benjamin 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 Murphy, Daniel 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 Mushaluk, Jeff 2003-04, 04-05

NNNNN

Nault, Francis Nemec, Mark Nonis, David Nord, Jeffrey Nyquist, Gustav

OOOOO

Odegaard, Bradley Oliver, Matthew Olson, Randy O’Connor, Brice O’Neill, Will

2000-01, 01-02, 02-03 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11 1983-84 1995-96, 96-97 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 2010-11, 11-12 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12

Orsini, Keif Ouellette, Martin

PPPPP

Page, Lawrence Parker, John Parmentier, Scott Pasquill, William Payson, Nicholas Pellerin, Scott Penner, Dustin Perron, Guy Pineau, Marcel Plaszcz, Bryan Ponitz, Nathan Price, Jason Pryor, Nicholas Purcell, James Purcell, Teddy Purdie, Bradley

RRRRR

Ramsey, Travis Randall, Lem Reimann, Tom Richardson, Don Richmond, Michael Robitaille, Martin Rodrique, Jacque Roeder, Christopher Roenick, Trevor Ronan, John Roy, Jean-Yves Roy, Raymond Rutt, Jake Ryan, Billy Ryan, Prestin

SSSSS

Salfi, Kent Santini, Steven Satterstrom, Nils Saunders, Lee Schutte, Michael Scremin, Claudio Seeley, Joshua Shaneberger, Gray Shelley, Ryan Shemansky, Adam Shepheard, Brent Shermerhorn, Dan Shields, Colin Silverman, Andrew Sirman, Shawn Skolfield, John Smith, Peter Smith, Scott Snow, Garth Soares, Josh Solomon, Kyle Son, Marc Stearns, Drew Steensen, Joel Stewart, Robert Stone, Roger Stover, Clyde Straub, Brian Studnicki, Todd Sullivan, Daniel Summers, Mark

2007-08, 08-09 2010-11, 11-12 1977-78 2011-12 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 1996-97 2008-09 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 2003-04 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1993-94, 94-95 2005-06, 06-07 1997-98 1996-97, 97–98 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1983-84, 84-85 2006–07 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2007-08, 08-09 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 2000-01, 01-02 1992-93 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1993-94, 94-95 1995-96, 96-97 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 1982-83, 84-85, 85-86 2011-12 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 2011-12 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 2004-05, 05-06 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 2009-10, 10-11 1923-24 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 1988-89, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2008-09, 09-10 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1922-23, 23-24 1982-83, 83-84 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 1922-23 1922-23, 23-24 1989-90, 90-91 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 2010-11, 11-12 1981-82

Swavely, Jon Swallow, Kevin Sweeney, Daniel Sweetland, Andrew Symonds, Michael

2010-11, 11-12 2008-09, 09-10 1977-78, 78-79 2007-08 1980-81

Brothers John and Jim Tortorella.

TTTTT

Tardif, Patrice Tate, Adam Tempestilli, Tony Tepper, Stephen Texeira, Charles Thompson, Jamie Thyer, Mario Tomberlin, Justin Tortorella, James Tortorella, John Tory, Jeffrey Trattnig, Matthias Tuell, Michael Turgeon, Eric Tyler, Bret

VVVVV

Van Dyk, Joshua Vigue, Michael Vincent, Michel Vitale, Luke Vitorino, Jason

1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99 1994-95 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1992-93, 93-94 1992-93, 94-95, 95-96 1987-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 92-93, 93-94 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81 1994-95, 95-96 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 1977-78 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 1977-78 1979-80 1988-89 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99

WWWWW

Wahlin, Duane, Jr. 1984-85, 85-86 Wahlstrom, Joakim 1988-89 Walsh, Brendan 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 Walsh, David 1977-78, 79-80 Wansborough, Shawn 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 Washuk, Edward 1996-97, 97-98 Weinrich, Eric 1985-86, 86-87 Weinrich, Jason 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 Wensley, David 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 Wheeler, Paul 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 White, Brian 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 Widmeyer, Stephen 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 Wight, Travis 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 Wilson, David 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 Wlasow, Leo 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 Wood, Edward 1998-99

YYYYY

Yeats, Matt

ZZZZZ

Zabkowicz, Tom Zamejc, Robert Zinchenko, Paul

1999-00, 00-01, 01-02 2003-04, 04-05 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97

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BLACK BEARS BY THE NUMBER 111 Tortorella, Jim Lehman, Andy Roy, Ray Boretti, Scott Roy, Ray King, Scott Dunham, Mike Gorriti, Javier Yeats, Matt Doyle, Frank Sirman, Shawn 222 Fargnoli, Ken Johnson, Neil Czenczek, Stan Beers, Bob Silverman, Andy Dekker, Jason Turgeon, Eric Loya, Cliff Lundin, Mike Cornell, Michael 333 Tortorella, John Crowley, Mark Baker, John Fowler, Dan Martin, Matt Tory, Jeff Janik, Doug Zabkowicz, Tom Dimmen, Jeffrey Nemec, Mark 444 Montgomery, Dwight Grillo, Roger Guidotti, Vince Blair, Campbell Imes, Chris Clark, Brett Mansoff, Shawn Metcalf, Peter Mullin, Steve Banwell, Michael Rutt, Jake 555 Page, Larry Jacques, Ray Weinrich, Eric Link, Tony Rodrigue, Jacque Ek, Robert Wight, Travis Van Dyk, Joshua Cerretani, Andrew 666 Crespi, Joe Beaudry, Mike Smith, Scott Burke, Jim Weinrich, Jason White, Brian Clauson, Kevin Barnes, Troy Sweetland, Andrew Dimmen, Jeffrey 777 Hughes, Brian Bjorkstrand, Todd Nonis, Dave Carney, Keith Mansoff, Jason Tate, Adam

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Heisten, Barrett Richardson, Don Deschamps, Mathew Marshall, Jeffrey Dee, Robert 888 Cote, Richard Zamejc, Rob McDonald, John Brown, Gary Drevitch, Scott Golden, Mike Pellerin, Scott 999 Conn, Gary Hegland, Bruce Cambio, Chris Olson, Randy Kariya, Paul Wansborough, Shawn 101010 Walsh, Dave Lafleur, Robert Maher, Peter McHugh, Mike Robitaille, Martin Latendresse, Martin Satterstrom, Nils Jaaskelainen, Tuomo Liscak, Robert Ronan, John Plasczc, Bryan Flynn, Brian 111111 Leach, Jon Bolger, James Wahlin, Dewey Capuano, David Murphy, Dan Clukey, Barry Vitorino, Jason Lawson, Lucas Léveillé, Michel Andersson, Theodor 121212 Son, Marc Cote, Richard Tataryn, Paul Hellen, Ron Capuano, Dan Vitale, Luke Tomberlin, Justin Conlan, Wayne Stewart, Bobby Guite, Ben Mantenuto, Mike Johnson, Keith Solomon, Kyle 131313 McKiernan, Brian Mattson, Don Bellefeuille, Brian MacIsaac, Dave Gustafsson, Marcus Jackson, Todd Hopson, Keenan Abbott, Spencer 141414 Sweeney, Dan Cote, Richard Maher, Peter Mazur, Jay Clough, Bill LaCouture, Dave

1999-00 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03 2003-04, 04-05 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 2009-10, 10-11 1978-79 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91,91-92 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 1992-93, 93-94 1996-97, 97-98 1977-78 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1992-93, 93-94 1995-96, 96-97 1997-98, 98-99 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02 2003-04, 04-05 2005-06, 06-07 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84 1984-85, 85-86 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90, 90-91 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95, 95-96 1996-97 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 2000-01 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2008-09, 09-10 1977-78, 79-80 1980-81 1987-88, 88-89, 89-90 1992-93, 93-94, 94-95 1996-97. 97-98, 98-99 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1977-78, 78-79 1979-80, 80-81 1981-82 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 1987-88 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93

Zinchenko, Paul Shaneberger, Gray Ryan, Billy 151515 LeBlond, Tom Hellen, Ron Mann, Kevin McComb, Tom Santoro, Chuck Barkley, Mike Ferraro, Chris Thompson, Jamie Boone, Aaron Dimitrakos, Niko Moore, Greg Belmore, Glenn Parker, John 161616 Demoulas, Art Vincent, Michel Bourgeois, Laurie Kloewer, Jeff Guidotti, Vince Perron, Guy Tardif, Patrick Cardinal, Reg Kerluke, Dan Kariya, Martin Bellamy, Rob Payson, Nicholas O’Connor, Brice 171717 Mason, Don Bernier, Gaetan Beaudry, Mike McDonald, John Massara, John Wahlstrom, Joakim Conlan, Wayne Ferraro, Peter Parmentier, Scott Stewart, Bobby Heisten, Chris Murphy, Ben Hopson, John Sill, Zach Swallow, Kevin 181818 Vigue, Mike Croke, Paul Mason, Don Jirele, Joe Bowles, Rick Odegaard, Brad McHugh, Mike Capuano, Jack Fenton, Eric Ray, Mike Kariya, Steve Loya, Cliff Ronan, John Soares, Josh Orsini, Keif Swavely, Jon 191919 Ellis, David Jirele, Joe Corkum, Bob Montgomery, Jim 202020 Wheeler, Paul Comeault, Rene Jenkins, Todd Downey, Brian

1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83 1983-84, 84-85 1985-86 1986-87 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1992-93, 93-94 1994-95, 95-96 1996-97, 97-98 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 2007-08, 08-09 2011-12 1977-78, 78-79 1979-80, 80-81 1981-82 1983-84, 84-85 1985-86 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 01-02 2001-02, 02-03 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2008-09 2010-11, 11-12 1977-78, 78-79 1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 1982-83 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86 1986-87, 87-88 1988-89 1991-92 1992-93, 93-94 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97, 97-98 1998-99 1999-00, 00-01 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09, 09-10 1977-78 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81 1979-80 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1993-94 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 1999-00, 00-01 2001-02, 02-03 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2007-08, 08-09 2010-11, 11-12 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 1982-83, 83-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92

BLACK BEARS BY THE NUMBER Purdie, Brad Guite, Ben Stewart, Bobby Boudreau, Ed Lyall, Cameron Maxwell, Tim Corkum, Kelen 212121 McTernan, Jim Walsh, Dave Giacalone, Paul Lelievre, Paul Scremin, Claudio Shermerhorn, Dan Trattnig, Matthias Shields, Colin Duffy, Matt Beattie, Kyle 222222 Logan, Jamie Steensen, Joel Wensley, Dave Massara, John Salfi, Kent Frenette, Tony Price, Jason Reimann, Tom Hamilton, Mike Randall, Lem Higgins, Stuart 232323 Day, Rob Morrison, Mike Lacoste, Jean Studnicka, Todd Straub, Brian Burcar, Jim Libby, Jeff Ponitz, Nate Kariya, Martin Jankus, Jon Liscak, Robert Morrone, Tony Dee, Robert 242424 Demianiuk, Bill Boretti, Scott Hernon, Mike Braccia, Rob Widmeyer, Steve Saunders, Lee Tempestelli, Tony Leger, Jim Ryan, Prestin Clark, Wes Anthoine, Mark 252525 Ouimet, Leon Totaro, Dick Hunt, David Lacoste, Jean Tepper, Steve Tomberlin, Justin Cullen, David Penner, Dustin Dee, Robert 262626 Lannan, Kent Kenny, Bill Ottum, David Kloewer, Jeff Santini, Steve Blair, Campbell Salfi, Kent

1992-93, 93-94-94-95, 95-96 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03, 03-04 2004-05 2010-11 1977-78, 78-79 1979-80 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84 1984-85 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 1988-89, 89-90 1990-91, 91-92, 92-93 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1996-97, 97-98 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02, 02-03 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2007-08, 08-09 2011-12 1977-78, 78-79 1979-80, 80-81 1983-84 1984-85, 85-86, 86-87, 87-88 1989-90, 90-91 1991-92 1994-95, 95-96, 96-97 1997-98 1999-00, 00-01 2001-02, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 2002-03 2006-07 2008-09 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83 1983-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1992-93, 93-94 1994-95, 95-96 1996-97, 97-98, 98-99, 99-00 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2010-11, 11-12 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81, 81-82, 82-83, 83-84 1984-85, 85-86 1988-89, 89-90, 90-91, 91-92 1992-93, 93-94 1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 2003-04 2007-08 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82, 82-83 1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 1987-88, 88-89 1989-90

Texeira, Chuck Oliver, Matt Begg, A.J. Falco, Paul Aquino, Luciano Purcell, Teddy Shemansky, Adam 272727 Aubut, Andre Purcell, Jim Major, Bruce Mercier, Martin Lovell, Tim Wood, Ed Schutte, Michael Ramsey, Travis O’Neill, William 282828 Symonds, Mike MacIntyre, Duncan Blouin, Jim Thyer, Mario Yves-Roy, Jean St. Pierre, John Vitorino, Jason Damon, Derek deKastrozza, David 292929 Bjorkstrand, Todd Bermejo, Ivan Lalonde, Christian Saunders, Lee Mahoney, Brad Larose, Cory Lundback, Anders Shepheard, Brent House, Tanner Leen, Connor 303030 Nord, Jeff Smith, Pete Loring, Al Snow, Garth Begg, A.J. Morrison, Mike Levesque, Kirk Bishop, Ben Sullivan, Dan 313131 Loney, Duff Silengo, Mike Adams, Tim Macauley, Brendan Ingraham, Cal Gustafsson, Marcus Nault, Francis Lundin, Matt Foley, Shane Seeley, Josh 323232 Kalser, Claudio Mintz, Devin Lundback, Magnus Deschamps, Mathew 333333 Hirsch, Greg Michaud, Alfie Clark, Trapper Howard, Jimmy Wilson, David Sirman, Shawn 343434 Wlasow, Leo 353535

1990-91, 91-92, 92-93, 93-94 1995-96, 96-97 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01 2001-02 2003-04 2006-07 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1978-79, 79-80, 80-81, 81-82 1983-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1998-99 1999-00, 00-01, 01-02 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1980-81, 81-82 1982-83, 83-84 1985-86, 86-87 1987-88, 88-89 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 1993-94 1995-96 2002-03, 03-04, 04-05, 05-06 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 1980-81 1984-85 1986-87, 87-88, 88-89, 89-90 1990-91, 91-92 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1996-97 1997-98, 98-99, 99-00 2003-04, 04-05, 05-06, 06-07 2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 2011-12 1977-78, 78-79, 79-80, 80-81 1981-82, 82-83, 83-84, 84-85 1985-86, 86-87, 87-88 1989-90, 90-91, 91-92, 92-93 1997-98 1998-99, 99-00, 00-01, 01-02 2002-03 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08 2010-11, 11-12 1980-81, 81-82 1983-84 1986-87 1988-89 1991-92, 92-93, 93-94 1994-95 2000-01, 01-02, 02-03 2004-05, 05-06 2006-07, 07-08 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 1989-90 1991-92 1997-98, 98-99,99-00 2001-02, 02-03

DelGuidice, Matt Howland, Rob Allison, Blair 363636 Thompson, Jamie Washuk, Ed Walsh, Brendan Donovan, Brendan Boike, Nolan 373737 Anderson, Shawn Marsh, Blair Heisten, Barrett Anderson, Chad Heisten, Chris Hahn, Christopher 383838 Dekker, Jason Darling, Scott 393939 Pineau, Marcel Larose, Cory Greyeyes, Matt Diamond, Joey 404040 Roenick, Trevor Jean, Ray Shelley, Ryan Carriere, Brett 434343 Wright, Steve 444444 Lynch, Paul Tyler, Bret Hegarty, Ryan 515151 Ouellette, Martin 555555 Mushaluk, Jeff Laise, Vince 575757 Mangene, Matt 616161 Heisten, Chris 717171 Pryor, Nicholas 777777 Czuba, Tyler 797979 Danis-Pepin, Simon 858585 Cardinal, Reg 898989 Nyquist, Gustav 919191 Leidermark, Klas 919292 Amestoy, Carlos

1988-89, 89-90 1991-92 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1992-93 1997-98 1998-99, 99-00 2000-01 2007-08 1985-86 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96 1998-99 2001-02 2002-03 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 1993-94 2008-09, 09-10 1993-94, 94-95 1997-98, 98-99,99-00 2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 1993-94, 94-95, 95-96,96-97 2002-03, 03-04 2004-05, 05-06 2006-07, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10 2000-01 2001-02, 02-03 2004-05, 05-06, 06-07, 07-08 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12 2010-11, 11-12 2003-04, 04-05 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 2001-02 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 2006-07 2005-06, 06-07, 07-08, 08-09 1993-94 2008-09, 09-10, 10-11 2009-10, 10-11, 11-12 2010-11

Special thanks to Bob Fitta for his work on the all-time number list.

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Team Records Season

Most Wins - 42 in 1992–93 Most League Wins - 22 in 1992–93 Most Home Wins - 24 in 1989–90 Most Road Wins - 24 in 1992–93 Most Losses - 29 in 1984–85 Most League Losses - 26 in 1984–85 Most Home Losses - 15 in 1984–85 Most Road Losses - 17 in 1985–86 Most Games Played - 46 in 1989–90 Most Ties - 7 in 2000-01, 2001–02, 2004-05, 2010-11 Best Win-Loss Percentage - .956 (42-1-2) in 1992–93 Best Home Win-Loss Percentage - .974 (18-0-1) in 1991–92 Best Road Win-Loss Percentage - 1.000 (24-0-0) in 1992–93 Most Goals - 292 in 1992–93 NCAA Record Most Assists - 481 in 1992–93 NCAA Record Most Points - 773 in 1992–93 NCAA Record Most Penalty Minutes - 901 in 1992–93 Most Powerplay Goals - 87 in 1992–93 Best Powerplay Percentage - 31.9% in 1992–93 Most Shorthanded Goals - 21 in 1992–93 Best Penalty Killing Percentage - 88.9% in 2005-06 Most Shutouts - 10 in 2003–04 Most Saves - 1378 in 1984–85 Most Overtime Games - 11 in 2001–02 Most Consecutive Games Scoring a Goal - 304 from 11-28-86 until 12-12-93 Best Goals Per Game Average - 6.49 in 1992–93 Best Goals Against Per Game Average - 1.56 in 2003–04 Longest Winning Streak - 20, 10-20-92 until 1-3-93 Longest Losing Streak - 14 from 11-16-82 until 1-13-83

Game

Most Goals - 16 vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Most Goals Against - 16 vs. Minnesota, 1-4-86 Most Assists - 27 vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Most Points - 43 vs. Lowell, 3-3-90

Most Penalties - 24 vs. Merrimack 3-10-12 24 at Boston University 1-24-04 Most Penalty Minutes - 144 at Boston University 1-24-04 Most Powerplay Goals - 8 vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Most Shorthanded Goals - 3 vs. Army, 1-3-92, at Boston University 1-23-04, at Northeastern, 12-9-06 Largest Winning Margin - 16-0 vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Largest Losing Margin - 16-2 vs. Minnesota, 1-4-86 Most Goals, Combined - 20 goals, 1-3-92, 15-5 win vs. Army Most Penalties, Combined - 46, Maine (24) and Boston University (22) 1-24-04 Most Penalty Minutes, Combined - 268, Maine (144) at Boston University (124), 1-24-04 NCAA Record Most Shots on Goal - 61 vs. Massachusetts, 3-20-04 Fewest Shots on Goal - 15 vs. Miami, 12-29-10 Most Saves - 63 vs. Massachusetts (by Howard), 3-20-04 Longest Game - 109:27 vs. Massachusetts, 3-20-04

Period

Most Goals - 9 vs. St. Thomas (2nd period), 11-11-78 Most Assists - 12 vs. St. Thomas (2nd period), 11-11-78; vs. New Brunswick (3rd period), 12-15-78; vs. Army (2nd period), 1-3-92 Most Points - 21 vs. St. Thomas (2nd period), 11-11-78 Most Penalties - 21 at Boston University (3rd period), 1-24-04 Most Penalty Minutes - 138 at Boston University (3rd period), 1-24-04 Most Goals Against - 7 vs. Minnesota (2nd period), 1-4-86 Most Shots on Goal - 25 vs. Army (2nd period), 1-3-92 Fewest Shots on Goal - 1 vs. North Dakota (3rd period), 10-20-01 Most Saves - 25 vs. Boston University (2nd period by Jeff Nord), 1-21-81 Fewest Saves - 0 vs. Kent State (2nd period by Garth Snow), 11-1-91

Individual Records Career

Most Goals - 108 by Jean-Yves Roy (1989-92) Most Assists - 198 by Jim Montgomery (1989-93) Most Points - 301 by Jim Montgomery (1989-93) Most Penalty Minutes -359 by Prestin Ryan (2002–04) Most Games Played - 170 by Jim Montgomery (1989-93) Most Game-Winning Goals - 19 by Jean-Yves Roy (1989-92) Most Powerplay Goals - 47 by Scott Pellerin (1988-92) Most Shorthanded Goals - 10 by Jim Montgomery (1989-93)

Season

Most Goals - 46 by Cal Ingraham (1992-93) Most Assists - 75 by Paul Kariya (1992-93) Most Points - 100 by Paul Kariya (1992-93) Most Penalty Minutes - 148 by Prestin Ryan (2003–04) Most Game-Winning Goals - 8 by Brad Purdie (1994-95) Most Powerplay Goals - 22 by Cal Ingraham (1992-93) Most Shorthanded Goals - 6 by David Capuano (1988-89), Scott Pellerin (1991-92) Most Games Played - 46 by Martin Robitaille (1989-90) Jean-Yves Roy (1989-90) Most Hat Tricks - 4 by Gary Conn (1978-79)

Game

Most Goals - 5 by Gary Conn vs. Mount Allison, 11-3-78 Jay Mazur vs. Lowell, 2-7-87 Brian Flynn vs. UMass Lowell 2-19-10 Most Assists - 5 by Andre Aubut vs. St. Thomas, 2-5-79 Paul Kariya vs. Northeastern, 12-5-92 Chris Ferraro vs. New Brunswick, 11-1-92 Marcus Gustafsson vs. Air Force, 12-28-96 Martin Kariya vs. Northeasetern, 1-10-03 Troy Barnes vs. Quinnipiac, 1-9-05 Most Points - 7 by Brian Flynn vs. UMass Lowell, 2-19-10 Most Penalties - 6 by Spencer Abbott vs. Merrimack, 3-10-12 by Prestin Ryan at Boston College, 11-7-03 Most Penalty Minutes - 28 by Prestin Ryan at Boston College, 11-7-03 Most Powerplay Goals - 4 by Jay Mazur vs. Lowell, 2-7-87 Most Shorthanded Goals - 2 by Robert Lafleur vs. Northern Michigan, 11-14-80 Scott Pellerin vs. Army, 1-3-92 Colin Shields at Boston University, 1-23-04, Josh Soares at Northeastern, 12-9-06

Period

Most Goals - 4 by Gary Conn vs. Mount Allison, 11-3-78 Martin Robitaille vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Most Assists - 3 on 14 occasions (last Marcus Gustafsson vs. Air Force, 12-28-96); 6 times in 1992-93 (3 by Paul Kariya) Most Points - 4 by Jamie Logan vs. Connecticut, 12-9-77 Gary Conn vs. Mount Allison, 11-3-78 Jay Mazur vs. Lowell, 2-7-87 Martin Robitaille vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Paul Kariya vs. New Brunswick, 10-31-93 Marcus Gustafsson vs. Air Force, 12-28-96 Jean-Yves Roy holds the Maine career record for goals (108).

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BLACK BEAR RECORDS Jack Capuano (1987-88) Jeff Tory (1994-95)   Game - 3 by Andre Aubut (vs. Salem St., 11-19-81) Brian Straub (vs. Merrimack, 2-2-91)

Keith Carney holds three Maine defenseman records.

Most Assists:   Career - 112 by Keith Carney (1988-91)   Season - 49 by Keith Carney (1990-91)   Game - 5 by Andre Aubut (vs. St. Thomas 2-9-79) 5 by Troy Barnes (vs. Quinnipiac 1-9-05) Most Points:   Career - 135 by Andre Aubut (1978-82)   Season - 56 by Keith Carney (1990-91)   Game - 5 by Andre Aubut (five times) by Troy Barnes (vs. Quinnipiac 1-9-05)

Rookie Paul Kariya holds the rookie point and assist records.

Martin Kariya vs. Providence, 1-4-02 Most Penalties - 5 by John McDonald vs. Colorado College, 1-12-85 Most Penalty Minutes - 22 by five players vs. Boston University, 1-24-04 Most Powerplay Goals - 3 by Martin Robitaille vs. Lowell, 3-3-90 Most Shorthanded Goals - 1 by several players (numerous times)

Miscellaneous Records Defensemen

Most Goals:   Career - 32 by Andre Aubut (1978-82) Jack Capuano (1985-88)   Season - 13 by Dwight Montgomery (1979-80)

Most Goals 39 by Jean-Yves Roy (1989-90) 29 Scott Pellerin (1988-89) 26 Jim Montgomery (1989-90) 25 Paul Kariya (1992-93) 25 Chris Ferraro (1992-93) Most Assists 75 by Paul Kariya (1992-93) 42 Mario Thyer (1987-88) 35 Andre Aubut (1978-79) 34 Michel Léveillé (2003-04) 34 Jim Montgomery (1989-90) Most Points 100 by Paul Kariya (1992-93) 66 Mario Thyer (1987-88) 65 Jean-Yves Roy (1989-90) 62 Scott Pellerin (1988-89) 60 Jim Montgomery (1989-90) Most Games Played - 46 by Jean-Yves Roy (1989-90) Most Penalty Minutes - 106 by Peter Ferraro (1992-93) Prestin Ryan has records for penalties in a game, season and career.

Rapid Scoring

Fastest Goals by Maine:   Two - 0:06 vs. Providence, 11-7-86 (Major, McHugh)   Three - 0:52 vs. Providence, 11-19-83 (Grillo, Hernon, Jacques)   Four - 1:51 vs. Providence, 11-7-86 (Major, McHugh, Studnicka, Golden)   Five - 5:08 vs. Northeastern, 11-15-02 (Lawson, Moore, Jackson, Damon, Liscak) Fastest Individual Goals by a Maine Player:   Two - 0:10 by Spencer Abbott vs. Michigan State, 10-15-10   Three - 4:35 by Jim Montgomery vs. Lake Superior, 4-3-93   Four - 8:27 by Gary Conn vs. Mount Allison, 11-3-78   Five - 28:06 by Jay Mazur vs. Lowell, 2-7-87 Fastest Game Opening Goal:   Season - 0:13 by Tony Frenette vs. Miami, 10-13-95   Game - 0:06 by Gustav Nyquist vs. Vermont, 2-12-11   Period - 0:06 by Gary Conn vs. Merrimack, 12-29-78

Scoring Streaks

Most Consecutive Games with a Goal 8 by Lucas Lawson, 2-15-02 until 3-8-02 8 by Ron Hellen, 12-29-84 until 1-20-85 Most Consecutive Games Scoring a Point 31 by Paul Kariya, 10-23-92 until 3-2-93

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Career GOALS

1. Jean-Yves Roy (89-92) 2. Gary Conn (77-81) 3. Scott Pellerin (88-92) 4. Jim Montgomery (89-93) 5. Cal Ingraham* (89-94) 6. David Capuano (86-89) 7. Joe Crespi (77-81) Steve Kariya (95-99) 9. Shawn Wansborough (94-98) 10. Robert LaFleur (78-82) *- includes 1989-90 season at Air Force

ASSISTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jim Montgomery (89-93) David Capuano (86-89) Cory Larose (96-00) Scott Pellerin (88-92) Gary Conn (77-81) Keith Carney (88-91) Rob Zamejc (78-82) Steve Kariya (95-99) Martin Robitaille (88-92) Martin Kariya (99-03)

POINTS

1. Jim Montgomery (89-93) 2. Scott Pellerin (88-92) 3. Gary Conn (77-81) 4. David Capuano (86-89) 5. Jean-Yves Roy (89-92) 6. Cal Ingraham* (89-94) Steve Kariya (95-99) 8. Cory Larose (96-00) 9. Martin Robitaille (88-92) 10. Joe Crespi (77-81) *- includes 1989-90 season at Air Force

PENALTY MINUTES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Prestin Ryan (01-04) Joey Diamond (09-present) Scott Smith (82-86) Scott Pellerin (88-92) Brent Shepheard (03-07) John Tortorella (78-81) Bob Corkum (85-89) Shawn Wansborough (94-98) Dan Shermerhorn (93-97) Peter Metcalf (98-02)

Single Season

108 107 106 103 90 89 78 78 74 72

GOALS

1. Cal Ingraham (92-93) 2. Jean-Yves Roy (89-90) 3. Jean-Yves Roy (90-91) David Capuano (88-89) 5. Gary Conn (78-79) 6. David Capuano (87-88) 7. Jean-Yves Roy (91-92) Scott Pellerin (91-92) Jim Montgomery (92-93) 10. Mike Golden (87-88)

ASSISTS

198 122 119 117 114 112 110 109 106 105

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Paul Kariya (92-93) Jim Montgomery (92-93) Jim Montgomery (90-91) David Capuano (87-88) Keith Carney (90-91) Jean-Yves Roy (90-91) Mike Golden (87-88) Jim Montgomery (91-92) Gustav Nyquist (09-10) Mario Thyer (87-88) Jeff Tory (94-95)

301 223 221 211 203 187 187 180 175 168

1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

359 320 287 276 257 218 205 201 200 200

1. Prestin Ryan (03-04) 2. Joey Diamond (10-11) 3. Prestin Ryan (02-03) 4. Joey Diamond (11-12) 5. Peter Ferraro (92-93) Brendan Walsh (99-00) 7. Scott Smith (85-86) 8. Scott Pellerin (88-89) Brent Shepheard (06-07) 10. Prestin Ryan (01-02)

POINTS

Paul Kariya (92-93) Jim Montgomery (92-93) Cal Ingraham (92-93) David Capuano (87-88) Jean-Yves Roy (90-91) Jim Montgomery (90-91) Mike Golden (87-88) David Capuano (88-89) Mike McHugh (87-88) Mario Thyer (87-88)

PENALTY MINUTES

GAMES PLAYED

1. Jim Montgomery (89-93) 170 ` 2. Scott Pellerin (88-92) 167 3. Christian Lalonde (86-90) 164 Dan Murphy (89-93) 164 5. Martin Robitaille (88-92) 163 6. Todd Jackson (01-04) 161 7. Derek Damon (02-06) 160 Mike Lundin (03-07) 160 9. Bob Corkum (85-89) 159 10. Martin Kariya (99-03) 156 Dave Wensley (84-88) 156 Chris Imes# (90-95) 156 # – Did not play in 1993-94 while with U.S. Olympic Team

GAMES PLAYED

1. 3.

Jean-Yves Roy (89-90) Martin Robitaille (89-90) Jim Montgomery (92-93) Jim Montgomery (89-90) Cal Ingraham (92-93) Patrice Tardif (92-93) Chris Imes (92-93) Claudio Scremin (89-90) Jim Burke (89-90) Scott Pellerin (88-89) Martin Robitaille (88-89) Claudio Scremin (88-89)

46 39 37 37 35 34 32 32 32 31

75 63 57 51 49 45 44 44 42 42 42

Jim Montgomery holds Maine career records for assists, points and games played.

100 95 85 85 82 81 75 67 66 66

148 130 120 117 106 106 102 92 92 91

Paul Kariya has single season records with 100 points and 75 assists, both in the 1992-93 season.

46 46 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45

Scott Pellerin ranks third in career goals, fourth in career assists, second in career points and second in career games played.

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BLACK BEAR RECORDS

Goalie - Career GAMES PLAYED 1. Scott King (86-90) 2. Blair Allison (93-96) 3. Ben Bishop (05-08) 4. Alfie Michaud (96-99) 5. Matt Yeats (99-02) 6. Garth Snow (88-93) 7. Jimmy Howard (02-05) 8. Al Loring (85-88) 9. Jim Tortorella (77-81) 10. Mike Morrison (98-02)

MOST SAVES 1. Scott King (86-90) 2. Ben Bishop (05-08) 3. Blair Allison (93-96) 4. Alfie Michaud (96-99) 5. Al Loring (85-88) 6. Jimmy Howard (02-05) 7. Jim Tortorella (77-81) 8. Matt Yeats (99-02) 9. Jeff Nord (77-81) 10. Jean Lacoste (83-86) MOST WINS 1. Garth Snow (88-93) Scott King (86-90) 3. Blair Allison (93-96) 4. Alfie Michaud (96-99) 5. Ben Bishop (05-08) 6. Jimmy Howard (02-05) 7. Matt Yeats (99-01) 8. Mike Dunham (90-93) 9. Jim Tortorella (77-81) Jeff Nord (77-81) LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Jimmy Howard (02-05) 2. Frank Doyle (02-04) 3. Mike Morrison (98-02) 4. Ben Bishop (05-08) 5. Garth Snow (88-93) 6. Matt Yeats (99-01) 7. Mike Dunham (90-93) 8. Blair Marsh (93-96) 9. Alfie Michaud (96-99) 10. Blair Allison (93-96) BEST SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Jimmy Howard (02-05) 2. Frank Doyle (02-04) 3. Ben Bishop (05-08) 4. Mike Morrison (98-02) 5. Matt Yeats (99-02) 6. Matt DelGuidice (88-90) Mike Dunham (90-93) Scott King (86-90) 9. Alfie Michaud (96-99) 10. Garth Snow (88-93)

Goalie - Single Season 110 103 99 98 85 84 82 76 68 63

GAMES PLAYED 1. Blair Allison (94-95) 2. Jimmy Howard (04-05) 3. Alfie Michaud (98-99) 4. Dan Sullivan (11-12) 5. Ben Bishop (2006-07) Ben Bishop (2007-08) 7. Scott King (87-88) Matt Yeats (00-1) 9. Alfie Michaud (97-98) Matt Yeats (00-1)

44 39 37 36 34 34 33 33 32 32

2463 2399 2213 2095 2083 1995 1941 1891 1795 1710

MOST SAVES 1. Ben Bishop (2007-08) 2. Blair Allison (94-95) 3. Al Loring (85-86) 4. Jimmy Howard (04-05) 5. Dan Sullivan (11-12) 6. Alfie Michaud (98-99) 7. Ben Bishop (06-07) 8. Matt Yeats (99-00) 9. Jeff Nord (80-81) 10. Jim Tortorella (79-80)

915 907 903 900 894 838 819 806 800 794

66 66 62 60 54 47 44 41 38 38 1.84 1.96 2.19 2.29 2.55 2.63 2.72 2.78 2.82 2.98 .931 .919 .912 .915 .901 .892 .892 .892 .891 .889

MOST WINS 1. Blair Allison (94-95) 32 2. Alfie Michaud (98-99) 28 3. Scott King (87-88) 25 Garth Snow (91-92) 25 5. Dan Sullivan (11-12) 22 6. Mike Dunham (92-93) 21 Garth Snow (92-93) 21 Ben Bishop (05-06) 21 Ben Bishop (06-07) 21 10. Matt Yeats (99-00) 20 Mike Morrison (01-02) 20 LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE 1. Jimmy Howard (03-04) NCAA Record 1.19 2. Frank Doyle (03-04) 1.81 3. Jimmy Howard (04-05) 1.92 4. Garth Snow (92-93) 2.08 5. Frank Doyle (02–03) 2.14 Ben Bishop (06-07) 2.14 7. Mike Morrison (01–02) 2.19 8. Mike Dunham (91-92) 2.20 9. Ben Bishop (05-06) 2.28 10. Alfie Michaud (98-99) 2.32 BEST SAVE PERCENTAGE 1. Jimmy Howard (03-04) NCAA Record .956 2. Jimmy Howard (04-05) .924 3. Frank Doyle (03-04) .923 Ben Bishop (06-07) .923 5. Mike Morrison (01–02) .921 6. Ben Bishop (2007-08) .920 7. Jimmy Howard (02–03) .916 8. Frank Doyle (02–03) .915 Garth Snow (92-93) .915 10. Matt Yeats (99-00) .911

Jimmy Howard holds the team record for career goals against average and save percentage and NCAA records for single season goals against average and save percentage.

Goalie - Miscellaneous

CAREER SHUTOUTS 15 Jimmy Howard (2002-05) 7 Frank Doyle (2002-04) 6 Alfie Michaud (1996-99) SINGLE SEASON SHUTOUTS 6 Jimmy Howard (2003-04) 6 Jimmy Howard (2004-05) 5 Frank Doyle (2003-04) CAREER MINUTES PLAYED 5792 Scott King (1986-90) 5789 Blair Allison (1993-95) 5667 Ben Bishop (2005-08) 5455 Alfie Michaud (1996-98) 4823 Jimmy Howard (2002-05) 4765 Matt Yeats (1999-2001) SINGLE SEASON MINUTES PLAYED 2572:16 Blair Allison (1994-95) 2309:43 Jimmy Howard (2004-05) 2088:04 Dan Sullivan (2011-12) 2147:01 Alfie Michaud (1998-99) 1972:09 Ben Bishop (2007-08) 1906:41 Ben Bishop (2006-07) LONGEST SHUTOUT SEQUENCE 202:48 Dan Sullivan (2-18-11 to 2-25-11 193:45 Jimmy Howard (10-26-02 to 11-9-02) 147:53 Blair Allison (1-12-96 to 1-19-96) 130:38 Garth Snow (12-19-91 to 12-27-91) CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED 51 Blair Allison (1994-95) 40 Ben Bishop (2005-07) CAREER WIN/LOSS PERCENTAGE .854 Garth Snow (1988-93) 66-10-3 SINGLE SEASON WIN/LOSS PERCENTAGE .977 Garth Snow (1992-93) 21-0-1 MOST CAREER ASSISTS 10 Garth Snow (1988-93) MOST ASSISTS IN A SEASON 4 Garth Snow (1990-91) 3 Alfie Michaud (1997-98) 3 Garth Snow (1991-92) 3 Garth Snow (1992-93) MOST GOALS IN A SEASON 1 Jim Tortorella (12-28-80 vs. Vasby)

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HOBEY BAKER AWARD WINNERS

Hobey Baker Award Winners

Scott Pellerin

1992 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Pellerin capped off a stellar career at Maine when he became the first Black Bear to win the Hobey Baker in 1992. He currently ranks third on the Maine all-time list in goals (106) and assists (117), and is second in total points at 223. In 1997, he was inducted into the Maine Hall of Fame. CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 1988-89 45 29 33 62 92 13 1 1 1989-90 42 22 34 56 68 11 1 1 1990-91 43 23 25 48 60 13 0 5 1991-92 37 32 25 57 27/54 10 6 7 Totals 167 106 117 223 274 47 8 14

Paul Kariya

1993 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Kariya, the 1993 winner, joined fellow finalist Jim Montgomery to lead Maine to its first Division I National Championship. He holds the Black Bear single season record with 25-75-100 and was the first freshman to win the award. Kariya is currently with the St. Louis Blues. CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 1992-93 39 25 75 100 6/12 6 2 7 1993-94 12 8 16 24 2/4 1 0 1 Totals 51 33 91 124 8/16 7 2 8

JIM LEGER WAS WINNER OF THE 2000 COLLEGE...

Hockey Humanitarian Award Leger was named the fifth recipient of the College Hockey Humanitarian Award, presented to college hockey’s finest citizen, at the 2000 Frozen Four in Providence, R.I. Leger was recognized for his efforts on the ice, in the classroom, and most importantly, in the community. An assistant captain on the 1999–2000 Frozen Four team, he was rewarded for his leadership of organizations on campus like the Student Athletic Advisory Board, where he served as president his senior year, and his work with many charities, including: the Blaine House Conference, 1999 Toys for Tots program, and countless other examples of community outreach that he initiated himself. CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP G A PTS PIM PP SH GW 1996-97 9 1 0 1 1/2 0 0 0 1997-98 35 5 9 14 4/8 0 0 0 1998-99 41 5 2 7 2/4 0 1 1 1999-2000 40 9 9 18 10/20 1 2 2 Totals 125 20 20 40 17/34 1 3 3

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HOBEY BAKER AWARD FINALISTS

Hobey Baker Award Finalists

Spencer Abbott 2012 Finalist

1988 & 1989 Finalist

David Capuano

Mike Golden 1988 Finalist

1995 Runner-up

  Spencer Abbott was named to the Hobey Baker HatTrick in 2012. He led Maine to a return trip to the NCAA Tournament. Abbott led the nation in both points per game and asssists per game en route to Hockey East and New England Player of the Year honors.

As a sophomore David Capuano led the 1987-88 squad to a 34-8-2 finish and the Frozen Four with a 34-51-85 season. As a junior, Capuano posted a 37-30-67 season while leading the Black Bears to their second consecutive Frozen Four appearance.

Mike Golden, a senior captain of Maine’s first NCAA Frozen Four club in 1987-88, finished his career with a 31-44-75 year. He earned second-team All-America honors and joined David Capuano as a finalist for the award in 1988.

Chris Imes, a Birchdale, Minn., native finished his senior season as the runnerup for the 1995 award. He led Maine to a 32-6-6 season and its second appearance in the National Championship game in three seasons.

Steve Kariya

Greg Moore

Steve Kariya, younger brother of Paul, was a finalist in 1999, when he led the Black Bears to their second National Championship. He led the team in scoring with 27 goals and 38 assists and also served as captain.

Greg Moore, the captain of the 2005-06 Black Bears, led the team to the NCAA Frozen Four with a record of 28-12-2. Moore had a team-high 28 goals and had 45 total points. He also earned All-America honors and Hockey East First-Team honors.

1999 Finalist

2006 Finalist

Jim Montgomery

Chris Imes

Gustav Nyquist

1993 Finalist

2010 & 2011Finalist

Montgomery, the captain of the 1993 national championship club, finished his senior season 32-63-95. He scored three third period goals to lift Maine to a 5-4 win over Lake Superior State in the national championship game. He was inducted into the Maine Hall of Fame in 1998.

  Gustav Nyquist, as a sophomore in 200910, was named to the Hobey Hat Trick. He led the nation in scoring with 19 goals and 42 assists for 61 points. He was named a First Team All-American and the only unanimous selection to the Hockey East First Team. One of 10 finalists as a junior in 2011.

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HOBEY BAKER AWARD FINALISTS

Hobey Baker Award Finalists

Jean-Yves Roy

1991 & 1992 Finalist Jean–Yves Roy was a finalist following the 1991 and 1992 seasons. As a sophomore, Roy finished the season 39-26-65 and earned first team All-America and All-Hockey East honors. As a junior, he finished the season 32-24-56 to earn his second straight spot amongst the finalists as well as All-America honors.

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Black Bear All-Americans

HONORS

Spencer Abbott 2012

Blair Allison 1995

Andre Aubut 1980

Bob Beers 1989

David Capuano 1988, 1989

Jack Capuano 1988

Keith Carney 1990, 1991

Gary Conn 1981

David Cullen 1999

Niko Dimitrakos 2002

Mike Dunham 1993

Mike Golden 1988

Jimmy Howard 2004

Chris Imes 1993, 1995

Cal Ingraham 1993

Todd Jackson 2004

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BLACK BEAR ALL-AMERICANS

Black Bear All-Americans

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Paul Kariya 1993

Steve Kariya 1999

Cory Larose 2000

Michel Léveillé 2006, 2007

Mike McHugh 1988

Peter Metcalf 2002

Jim Montgomery 1991, 1993

Greg Moore 2006

Prestin Ryan 2004

Gustav Nyquist 2010, 2011

Scott Pellerin 1992

Jean-Yves Roy 1990, 1991, 1992

Colin Shields 2004

Jeff Tory 1995, 1996

Eric Weinrich 1987

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BLACK BEAR ALL-AMERICANS

Black Bear Honor Roll National Honors Hobey Baker Memorial Award 1992 Scott Pellerin 1993 Paul Kariya

Hobey Baker Finalists 1988 Mike Golden David Capuano 1989 David Capuano 1991 Jean-Yves Roy 1992 Jean-Yves Roy Scott Pellerin 1993 Paul Kariya Jim Montgomery 1995 Chris Imes (runner-up) 1999 Steve Kariya 2006 Greg Moore 2010 Gustav Nyquist (Hobey Hat Trick) 2011 Gustav Nyquist 2012 Spencer Abbott (Hobey Hat Trick) Spencer Penrose Trophy - National Coach of the Year 1995 Shawn Walsh 2002 Tim Whitehead Hockey Humanitarian Award 2000 Jim Leger All-Americans 1980 Andre Aubut (1st) 1981 Gary Conn (1st) 1987 Eric Weinrich (2nd) 1988 David Capuano (1st) Jack Capuano (1st) Mike McHugh (2nd) Mike Golden (2nd) 1989 Bob Beers (2nd) David Capuano (1st) 1990 Jean-Yves Roy (2nd) Keith Carney (2nd) 1991 Keith Carney (1st) Jean-Yves Roy (1st) Jim Montgomery (2nd) 1992 Scott Pellerin (1st) Jean-Yves Roy (1st) 1993 Mike Dunham (1st) Chris Imes (1st) Paul Kariya (1st) Cal Ingraham (2nd) Jim Montgomery (2nd) 1995 Blair Allison (1st) Chris Imes (1st) Jeff Tory (2nd) 1996 Jeff Tory (1st)

1999 2000 2002 2004 2006 2007 2010 2011 2012

Steve Kariya (1st) David Cullen (1st) Cory Larose (2nd) Peter Metcalf (2nd) Niko Dimitrakos (2nd) Jimmy Howard (2nd) Todd Jackson (2nd) Prestin Ryan (2nd) Colin Shields (2nd) Greg Moore (1st) Michel Léveillé (2nd) Michel Léveillé (1st) Gustav Nyquist (1st) Gustav Nyquist (2nd) Spencer Abbott (1st)

NCAA All-Tournament 1988 David Capuano 1991 Jean-Yves Roy 1993 Garth Snow Chris Imes Paul Kariya Jim Montgomery (MVP) 1995 Blair Allison Chris Imes Dan Shermerhorn 1999 David Cullen Niko Dimitrakos Alfie Michaud (MVP) 2002 Robert Liscak Peter Metcalf Michael Schutte 2004 Dustin Penner Prestin Ryan National Team Members Blair Allison (Canada) Brett Clark (Canada) Bob Corkum (USA) Mike Dunham (USA) Chris Ferraro (USA) Peter Ferraro (USA) Barrett Heisten (USA) Jimmy Howard (USA U-18) Chris Imes (USA) Paul Kariya (Canada) Jeff Libby (USA) Greg Moore (USA Juniors) Scott Pellerin (Canada) Jean-Yves Roy (Canada) Kent Salfi (Austria) Colin Shields (Great Britian) Jeff Tory (Canada) Matthias Trattnig (Austria) Eric Weinrich (USA)

Olympians 1988 Eric Weinrich (USA) 1992 Mike Dunham (USA) 1994 Mike Dunham (USA) Peter Ferraro (USA) Chris Imes (USA) Paul Kariya (Canada - Silver medal) Matt Martin (USA) Jean-Yves Roy (Canada-Silver medal) Garth Snow (USA) 1998 Keith Carney (USA) Paul Kariya (Canada) 2002 Paul Kariya (Canada - Gold medal) Mike Dunham (USA - Silver medal) Matthias Trattnig (Austria) Kent Salfi (Austria) CoSIDA Academic All-America 1983 Rene Comeault (All-New England) 1984 Rene Comeault (All-New England) 1985 Rene Comeault (Second Team) 1998 Steve Kariya (All-District) 1999 Steve Kariya (All-District) 2001 Martin Kariya (All-District) 2002 Martin Kariya (All-District) 2003 Frank Doyle (All-District First Team) 2003 Martin Kariya (All-America First Team) 2004 Frank Doyle (All-America First Team) 2004 Todd Jackson (All-District) 2007 Michel Léveillé (All-District Second Team) 2009 Chris Hahn (All-District Second Team) 2012 Dan Sullivan (All-District 1st Team)

Hockey East Honors Player of the Year 1988 Mike McHugh 1992 Scott Pellerin 1993 Paul Kariya 1995 Chris Imes 2012 Spencer Abbott Coach of the Year 1988 Shawn Walsh 1990 Shawn Walsh 1993 Shawn Walsh 1995 Shawn Walsh Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award 1997 Steve Kariya 1998 Steve Kariya 1999 Steve Kariya 2000 Cory Larose 2003 Martin Kariya 2007 Mike Lundin 2011 Brian Flynn

All-Hockey East 1987 Eric Weinrich (1st) Jack Capuano (2nd) 1988 Scott King (1st) Jack Capuano (1st) Mike McHugh (1st) David Capuano (1st) Mike Golden (2nd) 1989 David Capuano (1st) Bob Beers (2nd) Scott King (2nd) 1990 Scott King (1st) Keith Carney (2nd) 1991 Keith Carney (1st) Jean-Yves Roy (1st) Jim Montgomery (2nd) 1992 Scott Pellerin (1st) Chris Imes (2nd) Jim Montgomery (2nd) Jean-Yves Roy (2nd) Garth Snow (2nd) 1993 Mike Dunham (1st) Chris Imes (1st) Paul Kariya (1st) Jim Montgomery (1st) Garth Snow (2nd) 1994 Mike Latendresse (2nd) 1995 Blair Allison Chris Imes Jeff Tory 1996 Blair Allison Tim Lovell Jeff Tory 1997 Jason Mansoff 1999 David Cullen (1st) Steve Kariya (1st) 2000 Cory Larose (1st) 2002 Mike Morrison (1st) Peter Metcalf (1st) Niko Dimitrakos (2nd) 2003 Martin Kariya (1st) Francis Nault (1st) Lucas Lawson (2nd) 2004 Jimmy Howard (1st) Todd Jackson (2nd) Prestin Ryan (2nd) Colin Shields (2nd) 2006 Greg Moore (1st) Michel Léveillé (2nd) 2007 Michel Léveillé (1st) Mike Lundin (2nd) Josh Soares (2nd) 2008 Ben Bishop (2nd) Bret Tyler (honorable mention) 2010 Gustav Nyquist (1st) Jeff Dimmen (2nd)

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HONORS Brian Flynn (honorable mention) 2011 Gustav Nyquist (1st) Josh Van Dyk (2nd) 2012 Spencer Abbott (1st) Brian Flynn (1st) Joey Diamond (2nd) (Hockey East awarded one, 12-player All-League team from 1995-98) All-Tournament Team 1987 Eric Weinrich Al Loring Mike McHugh 1988 Jack Capuano Mike McHugh Mario Thyer 1989 Bob Beers Matt DelGuidice Guy Perron 1990 Claudio Scremin Jean-Yves Roy Martin Robitaille 1991 Keith Carney Steve Tepper 1992 Chris Imes Jim Montgomery Scott Pellerin 1993 Chris Imes Jim Montgomery Garth Snow 1995 Chris Imes 1996 Jeff Tory 1998 Steve Kariya Alfie Michaud 2000 Cory Larose Niko Dimitrakos Robert Ek Matt Yeats 2002 Matt Yeats Peter Metcalf 2004 Jimmy Howard Prestin Ryan Colin Shields 2010 Joey Diamond Gustav Nyquist Will O’Neill 2012 Joey Diamond Will O’Neill Tournament MVP 1989 Bob Beers 1992 Scott Pellerin 1993 Jim Montgomery 2000 Niko Dimitrakos 2004 Jimmy Howard Top Goalie

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Scott King Scott King Scott King Garth Snow Garth Snow Blair Allison Jimmy Howard

All-Rookie Team 1987 David Capuano 1988 Mario Thyer 1989 Scott Pellerin Keith Carney 1990 Jean-Yves Roy Jim Montgomery 1991 Patrice Tardif 1993 Chris Ferraro Paul Kariya Dave MacIsaac 1995 Jeff Tory Shawn Wansborough 1996 Brett Clark Steve Kariya 1997 Cory Larose 1998 Matthias Trattnig 1999 Barrett Heisten Peter Metcalf 2002 Colin Shields 2003 Jimmy Howard 2004 Michel Léveillé 2005 Bret Tyler 2006 Ben Bishop 2007 Teddy Purcell 2009 Gustav Nyquist 2011 Dan Sullivan Rookie of the Year 1986 Al Loring (tie) 1988 Mario Thyer 1989 Scott Pellerin (tie) 1993 Paul Kariya 2003 Jimmy Howard 2004 Michel Léveillé 2007 Teddy Purcell Best Defensive Forward 2004 Todd Jackson 2011 Tanner House Best Defensive Defenseman 2003 Cliff Loya 2004 Prestin Ryan Turfer Athletic Award 2011 Jeff Dimmen Academic Player of the Year/Top

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Scholar-Athlete 1985 Kevin Mann 1992 Mike Barkley 2002 Gray Shaneberger 2004 Frank Doyle 2008 Chris Hahn 2011 Jeff Dimmen/Dan Sullivan Academic Honor Roll 1989 Scott King Mike Barkley 1990 Mike Barkley Campbell Blair Scott King Claudio Scremin Joakim Wahlstrom 1991 Mike Barkley Jim Montgomery Brian Straub Garth Snow 1992 Mike Barkley* Matt McKerrow Devin Mintz Scott Pellerin Martin Robitaille Jean-Yves Roy 1993 Paul Kariya Jim Montgomery Dan Murphy Garth Snow 1994 Jason Mansoff Dan Shermerhorn John St. Pierre 1995 Jason Mansoff Blair Marsh Trevor Roenick Dan Shermerhorn 1996 Steve Kariya Blair Marsh Dan Shermerhorn 1997 Steve Kariya Nils Satterstrom Dan Shermerhorn* 1998 Cory Larose Anders Lundback Nate Ponitz Eric Turgeon 1999 Steve Kariya Marcus Gustafsson Cory Larose Jim Leger Peter Metcalf Gray Shaneberger Eric Turgeon Jason Vitorino 2000 Kevin Clauson Ben Guite Martin Kariya

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Dan Kerluke Cory Larose Jim Leger Gray Shaneberger Adam Tate Eric Turgeon Trapper Clark Todd Jackson Doug Janik Martin Karyia Peter Metcalf Don Richardson Gray Shaneberger Eric Turgeon* Matt Yeats Todd Jackson Martin Kariya Gray Shaneberger Matt Yeats Frank Doyle Todd Jackson Martin Kariya* Steve Mullin Gray Shaneberger* Todd Jackson * Ray Jean Michel Léveillé Mike Lundin Jeff Mushaluk Brent Shepheard Frank Doyle Keenan Hopson Keith Johnson Michel Léveillé Matt Lundin Mike Lundin Greg Moore Steve Mullin Jeff Mushaluk Travis Ramsey Brent Shepheard Chris Hahn Michel Léveillé Mike Lundin Greg Moore Steve Mullin Travis Ramsey Brent Shepheard Travis Wight Ben Bishop Chris Hahn Michel Léveillé * Mike Lundin * Travis Ramsey Billy Ryan Brent Shepheard * Glenn Belmore Ben Bishop

2009 2010 2011 2012

Brett Carriere Simon Danis-Pepin Robby Dee Jeff Dimmen Shane Foley Chris Hahn Keenan Hopson Tanner House Keif Orsini Travis Ramsey * Lem Randall Andrew Sweetland Josh VanDyk David Wilson Spencer Abbott Brett Carriere Simon Danis-Pepin Robby Dee Jeff Dimmen Chris Hahn * Tanner House Gustav Nyquist Will O’Neill Lem Randall Josh Seeley Kevin Swallow Josh VanDyk Spencer Abbott Theo Andersson Brett Carriere Mike Cornell Joey Diamond Jeff Dimmen Tanner House Mark Nemec Gustav Nyquist Will O’Neill Kevin Swallow Josh VanDyk Theo Andersson Jeff Dimmen* Brian Flynn Tanner House* Mark Nemec Gustav Nyquist Brice O’Connor Adam Shemansky Dan Sullivan Jon Swavely Theo Andersson Mark Anthoine Andrew Cerretani Mike Cornell Brian Flynn Connor Leen Mark Nemec Bill Norman

Brice O’Connor Jake Rutt Josh Seeley Dan Sullivan Jon Swavely *-Distinguished Scholar (four-time honoree)

2004 Michel Léveillé

Hockey East Academic All-Star Team 2003 Frank Doyle 2004 Frank Doyle 2005 Brent Shepheard 2008 Chris Hahn (4.00) Tanner House (3.93) 2009 Chris Hahn (3.84) 2010 Kevin Swallow (3.83) 2011 Jeff Dimmen (4.00) Dan Sullian (4.00)

Coach of the Year 1988 Shawn Walsh 1992 Shawn Walsh 1993 Shawn Walsh 1995 Shawn Walsh

Holt Team Sportsmanship Award 1997 Maine 1998 Maine 2001 Maine

ECAC Honors All-ECAC 1979 Andre Aubut (First Team) Jeff Nord (Second Team) Gary Conn (Second Team) 1980 Andre Aubut (First Team) 1981 Andre Aubut (First Team) Jeff Nord Gary Conn ECAC Division II Rookie of the Year 1979 Andre Aubut

New England Honors Top Defensive Forward 1987 Mike McHugh 1988 Mike McHugh Top Forward 1988 David Capuano 1993 Paul Kariya 2012 Spencer Abbott Most Valuable Player 1988 Mike McHugh 1993 Paul Kariya 1995 Chris Imes 2012 Spencer Abbott Rookie of the Year 1988 Mario Thyer 1993 Paul Kariya

HONORS

Defenseman of the Year 1991 Keith Carney 1993 Chris Imes 1995 Chris Imes 2003 Cliff Loya

All-New England 1979 Andre Aubut Jeff Nord Gary Conn 1980 Andre Aubut 1981 Jeff Nord Andre Aubut Gary Conn 1984 Todd Bjorkstrand 1987 Eric Weinrich 1988 Scott King Jack Capuano David Capuano Mike McHugh Mike Golden 1989 Bob Beers David Capuano 1990 Scott King Jean-Yves Roy 1991 Keith Carney Jean-Yves Roy 1992 Jim Montgomery Jean-Yves Roy Scott Pellerin 1993 Mike Dunham Chris Imes Cal Ingraham Paul Kariya Jim Montgomery Garth Snow 1995 Blair Allison Chris Imes Jeff Tory 1996 Blair Allison Tim Lovell Jeff Tory 1997 Jason Mansoff 2000 Cory Larose Doug Janik 2002 Niko Dimitrakos Mike Morrison Peter Metcalf 2003 Martin Kariya

2004 2006 2007 2010 2011 2012

Francis Nault Jimmy Howard Colin Shields Greg Moore Michel Léveillé Josh Soares Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Spencer Abbott Joey Diamond Brian Flynn Will O’Neill

Team Honors Harold Alfond MVP Award 1983 Ron Hellen 1984 Todd Bjorkstrand 1985 Ron Hellen 1986 Scott Smith 1987 Eric Weinrich 1988 Scott King 1989 David Capuano 1990 Scott King 1991 Keith Carney, Jim Montgomery 1992 Scott Pellerin, Garth Snow 1993 Jim Montgomery 1994 Mike Latendresse 1995 Blair Allison, Chris Imes 1996 Tim Lovell 1997 Reg Cardinal 1998 Steve Kariya 1999 Alfie Michaud 2000 Cory Larose 2001 Matt Yeats 2002 Peter Metcalf 2003 Martin Kariya 2004 Prestin Ryan 2005 Jimmy Howard 2006 Greg Moore 2007 Michel Léveillé 2008 Ben Bishop 2009 Gustav Nyquist 2010 Gustav Nyquist 2011 Gust Nyquist 2012 Spencer Abbott Brian Flynn Howard Neville Rookie of the Year 1985 Dave Wensley 1986 Al Loring 1987 David Capuano 1988 Mario Thyer 1989 Scott Pellerin 1990 Jean-Yves Roy 1991 Mike Dunham 1992 Andy Silverman 1993 Paul Kariya

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Blair Allison Jeff Tory Brett Clark Cory Larose Anders Lundback Doug Janik, Peter Metcalf Matt Yeats Francis Nault Colin Shields Jimmy Howard Michel Léveillé Bret Tyler Ben Bishop Teddy Purcell Andrew Sweetland Gustav Nyquist Joey Diamond Dan Sullivan Stu Higgins

Dr. Dale Lick Academic Achievement 1985 Rene Comeault 1986 Ray Roy 1987 Jay Mazur 1988 Dave Nonis 1989 Bruce Major 1990 Scott King 1991 Brian Straub 1992 Mike Barkley 1993 Jim Montgomery, Garth Snow 1994 Patrice Tardif 1995 Chris Imes 1996 Blair Marsh 1997 Dan Shermerhorn 1998 Steve Kariya 1999 Eric Turgeon 2000 Jim Leger 2001 Gray Shaneberger 2002 Martin Kariya 2003 Martin Kariya 2004 Frank Doyle 2005 Brent Shepheard 2006 Brent Shepheard 2007 Chris Hahn 2008 Chris Hahn 2009 Chris Hahn 2010 Jeff Dimmen 2011 Jeff Dimmen 2012 Dan Sullivan Gary Thorne / Friends of Maine Hockey Most Popular Player 1985 John McDonald 1986 Mike McHugh 1987 Todd Jenkins 1988 Mike McHugh

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1989 Guy Perron 1990 Scott King 1991 Jean-Yves Roy 1992 Cal Ingraham 1993 Cal Ingraham 1994 Cal Ingraham 1995 Tim Lovell 1996 Tim Lovell 1997 Reg Cardinal 1998 Brian White 1999 Steve Kariya (Discontinued after the 1998–99 season) Richard Britt Coaches’ Perseverance Award 1983 Joe Jirele 1984 Todd Bjorkstrand 1985 Rene Comeault 1986 John Baker 1987 Steve Santini 1988 Dave Nonis 1989 Vince Guidotti 1990 Guy Perron 1991 Dan Murphy 1992 Martin Robitaille 1993 Dan Murphy 1994 Justin Tomberlin 1995 Dave MacIsaac 1996 Leo Wlasow 1997 Trevor Roenick 1998 Marcus Gustafsson 1999 Ben Guite 2000 Ben Guite 2001 Matthias Trattnig 2002 Chris Heisten 2003 John Ronan 2004 Cameron Lyall 2005 Mathew Deschamps 2006 Jon Jankus 2007 Mike Hamilton 2008 Billy Ryan 2009 Matt Duffy 2010 Dave Wilson 2011 Mike Banwell 2012 Theo Andersson (Named the Howard Neville/Harold Westerman Coaches Award from 1983-2002) Jack Semler Most Improved Player 1985 Mike McHugh 1986 Bruce Major 1987 Jay Mazur 1988 Claudio Scremin 1989 Martin Robitaille 1990 Brian Straub 1991 Garth Snow 1992 Patrice Tardif

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Mike Latendresse Tim Lovell Brian White David Cullen Alfie Michaud Robert Ek Niko Dimitrakos Tom Reimann Michael Schutte Troy Barnes Cliff Loya, Cameron Lyall Dustin Penner Josh Soares Simon Danis-Pepin Mike Hamilton Jeff Marshall Mike Banwell, Theo Andersson Mark Nemec, David deKastrozza Kyle Beattie Matt Mangene

Coca-Cola Three-Star Award 1985 Dave Wensley 1986 Al Loring 1987 Mike Golden 1988 Mike Golden 1989 David Capuano 1990 Jean-Yves Roy Jim Montgomery 1991 Jean-Yves Roy 1992 Scott Pellerin 1993 Paul Kariya 1994 Mike Latendresse 1995 Jeff Tory 1996 Tim Lovell

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Steve Kariya Steve Kariya Steve Kariya Barrett Heisten Niko Dimitrakos Niko Dimitrakos Lucas Lawson Jimmy Howard Jimmy Howard Greg Moore Michel Léveillé Ben Bishop Scott Darling Gustav Nyquist Spencer Abbott, Gustav Nyquist Spencer Abbott, Joey Diamond

Most Honored Opponent Award 1985 Chris Terreri, Providence College 1986 John Cullen, Boston University 1987 Mitch Messier, Michigan State 1988 Dan Shea, Boston College 1989 Greg Brown, Boston College 1990 David Emma, Boston College 1991 David Emma, Boston College 1992 Scott LaGrand, Boston College 1993 Mike Murray, UMass Lowell 1994 Dwayne Roloson, UMass Lowell 1995 Chad Quenneville, Providence C. 1996 Jay Pandolfo, Boston University 1997 Marty Reasoner, Boston College 1998 Marty Reasoner, Boston College Chris Drury, Boston University 1999 Jason Krog, New Hampshire 2000 Carl Corazzini, Boston University

ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES David Alexander (2008-present) Dave Bauer (1999-2000) Campbell Blair (1991-’92, 2001-06) Ted Castle (1978-’79) Joe Clark (1986-’88, 1991-’92) Bob Corkum (2008-present) Greg Cronin (1988-’90, 1993-’97) Bruce Crowder (1986-’90) Brian Grady (2002-’03) Red Gendron (1990-’93) Dan Kerluke (2005-present) Mike LaZazzera (1993-’94) Jay Leach (1984-’88) Nate Leaman (1998-’99) Jeff MacLaughlin (1983-’84) Kevin Mann (1985-’86)

Josh Mervis (1995-’96) Dave Nonis (1989-’90) Guy Perron (1991-’92, 1994-’95, 2003-’04, 2006-2008) Mike Piette (1984-’86) Gene Reilly (1998-2001) Bernie Sandford (1996-’98) Chad Sher (1996-‘97) Eric Soltys (2004-05) Grant Standbrook (1988-2008) Matt Thomas (2000-’02) Mario Thyer (1996-’97) Dave Westby (1986-’88) Tim Whitehead (1990-’91) Gary Wright (1979-’84) Ken Yeates (1978-‘80)

HONORS 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Brian Gionta, Boston College Darren Haydar, New Hampshire Ben Eaves, Boston College Steve Saviano, New Hampshire Jason Guerrero, Northeastern Bobby Robins, UMass Lowell Jon Quick, Massachusetts Mike Radja, New Hampshire Colin Wilson, Boston University Carter Hutton, UMass Lowell Kieran Millan, Boston University Barry Almeida, Boston College

Ocean Properties Unsung Hero Award 1987 Mike McHugh 1988 Bob Corkum 1989 Jim Burke 1990 Martin Robitaille 1991 Dave LaCouture 1992 Dan Murphy 1993 Kent Salfi 1994 Reg Cardinal 1995 Blair Marsh 1996 Reg Cardinal 1997 Steve Kariya 1998 Jim Leger 1999 Bobby Stewart 2000 Gray Shaneberger 2001 Martin Kariya / Kevin Clauson 2002 Robert Liscak / Martin Kariya 2003 Martin Kariya 2004 Frank Doyle 2005 Steve Mullin 2006 Travis Wight 2007 Travis Ramsey and Keith Johnson 2008 Wes Clark 2009 Chris Hahn 2010 David deKastrozza, Kevin Swallow 2011 Robby Dee, Josh Van Dyk 2012 Ryan Hegarty, Mark Nemec (Named the Most Inspirational Player Award from 1987-2002; Ocean Properties Never Give Up Award from 20012004; Awards were both given in 2001 and 2002) Shawn Walsh Defensive Player Award 1987 Todd Studnicki, Dave Nonis 1988 Vince Guidotti 1989 Claudio Scremin 1990 Claudio Scremin 1991 Martin Robitaille 1992 Chris Imes 1993 Chris Imes, Garth Snow

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Andy Silverman Reg Cardinal Jeff Libby Jason Mansoff Brian White David Cullen A.J. Begg A.J. Begg Mike Morrison Cliff Loya Prestin Ryan Jimmy Howard, Steve Mullin Travis Wight Mike Lundin Travis Ramsey Jeff Dimmen Jeff Dimmen Jeff Dimmen Ryan Hegarty

Stein Award 1999 Brendan Walsh 2000 Brendan Walsh 2001 Lucas Lawson 2002 Lucas Lawson 2003 Chris Heisten 2004 Todd Jackson 2005 John Ronan 2006 Greg Moore 2007 Josh Soares 2008 Rob Bellamy 2009 Simon Danis-Pepin, Jeff Marshall 2010 Tanner House 2011 Tanner House 2012 Will O’Neill Bruce Griffin Memorial Award presented by Monday Night Insiders Club 1999 Jim Leger 2000 A.J. Begg 2001 Matthias Trattnig 2002 Gray Shaneberger 2003 Gray Shaneberger 2004 Ben Murphy 2005 Troy Barnes 2006 Travis Wight 2007 Josh Soares 2008 Rob Bellamy 2009 Chris Hahn 2010 David deKastrozza 2011 Tanner House 2012 Mark Anthoine Friends of Maine Hockey Volunteer of the Year

1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

B.J. Beaulieu Bob Thomas Betty Donovan Denny Wallace Gayle and Wayne Killam Vicki and James Williams Karen and Irv Marsters Dave Wollstadt Paula Johnson Rodney Lajoie Jamie Moreau Anne Britt Sue Pate Cherie Damon Wendy Frost, Jane Langley

Madeline Bacon Spirit Award 1985 TKE Fraternity 1986 Don Moores 1987 Nonni Daly 1988 Murray Bain 1989 John McDonough 1990 Jeff Harris Maine Student Section 1991 Jack and Cathy Hart 1992 Newton Culver 1993 Jane Carroll 1994 Chuck and Jane Veeder 1995 Joy LeVasseur 1996 Dave Wollstadt 1997 Mike Williams 1998 John and Lisa Gabarra 1999 University of Maine Students 2000 Linda Mosley 2001 Bill Bruns 2002 Kaitlin Sighinolfi 2003 Marcelle Coffin 2004 Alexis Wollstadt 2005 Buffy Parker and Spiros Polemis 2006 University of Maine Pep Band 2007 Dick Kelson 2008 Maine Student Section 2009 Frank Jordan, Jerry Laflamme, Mike Williams 2010 Jack Loftus, Dick Nightingale 2011 Gloria Dauphinee 2012 Kristian Joliet

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Shawn Walsh Chris Imes Jean-Yves Roy Scott King Mike McHugh Garth Snow David Capuano Keith Carney Mike Dunham Jimmy Howard Steve Kariya

M Club Dean Smith Award Winners 1994 Paul Kariya 2000 Jim Leger 2002 Martin Kariya Gray Shaneberger 2003 Martin Karyia 2004 Frank Doyle 2008 Travis Ramsey 2010 Tanner House

Retired Jerseys 1993 Scott Pellerin (#8) 1994 Jim Montgomery (#19) 2001 Paul Kariya (#9) 2004 Shawn Walsh (Shamrock)

University of Maine Honors Sports Hall of Fame 1988 Andre Aubut 1989 Gary Conn 1994 Eric Weinrich 1997 Scott Pellerin 1998 Jim Montgomery 1999 Paul Kariya

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HONORS Year-by-Year Goal Leaders 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

Gary Conn Gary Conn Gary Conn Gary Conn Robert LaFleur Ray Jacques Ron Hellen Todd Bjorkstrand Ron Hellen Bruce Major Mike McHugh David Capuano David Capuano Jean-Yves Roy Jean-Yves Roy Scott Pellerin Jean-Yves Roy Cal Ingraham Mike Latendresse Brad Purdie Shawn Wansborough Scott Parmentier Steve Kariya Steve Kariya Ben Guite Michael Schutte Colin Shields Lucas Lawson Todd Jackson Derek Damon Greg Moore Greg Moore Josh Soares Wes Clark Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Brian Flynn Joey Diamond

21 35 21 30 27 15 15 15 18 14 21 34 37 39 37 32 32 46 20 29 27 20 25 28 22 25 29 21 21 14 14 28 20 10 13 19 20 25

Gary Conn led Maine in points and goals for four-straight seasons.

Year-by-Year Assist Leaders 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

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Brian Hughes Brian Hughes Gary Conn Gary Conn Ron Zamejc Todd Bjorkstrand Todd Bjorkstrand Ray Jacques John McDonald David Capuano David Capuano

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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

Scott Pellerin Scott Pellerin Jim Montgomery Jim Montgomery Jim Montgomery Paul Kariya Dave MacIsaac Jeff Tory Jeff Tory Steve Kariya David Cullen Steve Kariya Cory Larose Martin Kariya Peter Metcalf Martin Kariya Michel Léveillé Jon Jankus Josh Soares Teddy Purcell Rob Bellamy Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Spencer Abbott

33 34 34 57 44 75 20 42 37 31 27 38 36 24 41 36 34 17 26 27 13 19 42 33 41

David Capuano led Maine in points three straight seasons.

Year-by-Year Point Leaders 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

Gary Conn Gary Conn Gary Conn Gary Conn Robert LaFleur Ray Jacques Todd Bjorkstrand Ray Jacques John McDonald David Capuano David Capuano David Capuano Jean-Yves Roy Jean-Yves Roy Jim Montgomery Paul Kariya Mike Latendresse Jeff Tory Dan Shermerhorn Steve Kariya Steve Kariya Steve Kariya Cory Larose Martin Kariya Niko Dimitrakos Martin Kariya

21 35 21 30 27 15 15 14 11 18 34 37 39 37 21 25 20 13 20 19 25 27 15 12 20 14

27 30 24 33 23 18 37 27 24 41 51 30 26 45 44 75 19 42 23 31 25 38 36 24 31 36

48 65 45 63 50 33 52 41 35 59 85 67 65 82 65 100 39 55 43 50 50 65 51 36 51 50

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

Colin Shields Derek Damon Greg Moore Josh Soares Michel Léveillé Wes Clark Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Gustav Nyquist Spencer Abbott

18 14 28 20 19 10 13 19 18 21

26 13 17 25 26 11 19 42 33 41

44 27 45 45 45 21 32 61 51 62

Year-by-Year Goalie Leaders Scott King led Maine in net for three seasons.

GA GAA 1977-78 Jeff Nord 54 3.83 1978-79 Jeff Nord 51 2.87 1979-80 Jim Tortorella 105 3.93 1980-81 Jeff Nord 101 3.73 1981-82 Duffy Loney 81 6.14 1982-83 Ray Roy 92 5.68 1983-84 Jean Lacoste 61 4.29 1984-85 Jean Lacoste 92 4.93 1985-86 Al Loring 135 5.03 1986-87 Al Loring 90 3.73 1987-88 Scott King 91 3.10 1988-89 Scott King 83 3.57 1989-90 Scott King 67 2.63 1990-91 Garth Snow 64 2.98 1991-92 Garth Snow 73 2.44 1992-93 Mike Dunham 63 2.65 1993-94 Blair Allison 78 3.37 1994-95 Blair Allison 115 2.68 1995-96 Blair Allison 95 3.11 1996-97 Alfie Michaud 78 3.09 1997-98 Alfie Michaud 94 3.14 1998-99 Alfie Michaud 83 2.32 1999-00 Matt Yeats 79 2.60 2000-01 Matt Yeats 76 2.40 2001-02 Mike Morrison 60 2.19 2002-03 Frank Doyle 42 2.14 2003-04 Jimmy Howard 27 1.19 2004-05 Jimmy Howard 74 1.92 2005-06 Ben Bishop 68 2.28 2006-07 Ben Bishop 68 2.14 2007-08 Ben Bishop 80 2.43 2008-09 Scott Darling 72 2.76 2009-10 Scott Darling 78 3.10 2010-11 Dan Sullivan 51 2.73 2011-12 Dan Sullivan 90 2.59

Save Sv% 386 .877 475 .900 794 .879 301 .907 478 .855 519 .849 514 .891 593 .866 903 .878 707 .887 782 .896 591 .877 600 .900 466 .879 550 .883 525 .893 562 .878 907 .887 744 .887 495 .864 762 .890 838 .910 806 .911 662 .897 696 .921 454 .915 580 .956 900 .924 665 .907 819 .923 915 .920 611 .895 663 .895 413 .890 894 .909

BLACK BEARS IN THE NHL Shawn Anderson 1986-87 Buffalo Sabres 1987-88 Buffalo Sabres 1988-89 Buffalo Sabres 1989-90 Buffalo Sabres 1990-91 Quebec Nordiques 1992-93 Washington Capitals 1993-94 Washington Capitals 1994-95 Philadelphia Flyers

GP 41 23 33 16 31 60 50 1

G A Pts 2 11 13 1 2 3 2 10 12 1 3 4 3 10 13 2 6 8 0 9 9 0 0 0

Bob Beers 1989-90 Boston Bruins 1990-91 Boston Bruins 1991-92 Boston Bruins 1992-93 Tampa Bay Lightning 1993-94 Tampa Bay Lightning 1993-94 Edmonton Oilers 1994-95 New York Islanders 1995-96 New York Islanders 1996-97 Boston Bruins

GP G A Pts 3 0 1 1 16 0 1 1 31 0 5 5 64 12 24 36 16 1 5 6 66 10 27 37 22 2 7 9 13 0 5 5 27 3 4 7

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

Montreal Canadiens Atlanta Thrashers Atlanta Thrashers Atlanta Thrashers Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche Colorado Avalanche Tampa Bay Lightning Tampa Bay Lightning

61 14 28 2 12 80 82 57 76 64 82 82

2 0 1 0 1 9 10 5 2 3 9 2

2 1 2 0 1 27 29 16 10 17 22 13

4 1 3 0 2 36 39 21 12 20 31 15

New York Rangers Pittsburgh Penguins Edmonton Oilers New York Islanders Washington Capitals

12 46 2 11 1

1 3 1 1 0

1 4 0 3 1

Peter Ferraro 1995-96 New York Rangers 1996-97 New York Rangers 1997-98 Pittsburgh Penguins 1997-98 New York Rangers 1998-99 Boston Bruins 1999-00 Boston Bruins 2001-02 Washington Capitals

GP 5 2 29 1 46 5 4

G 0 0 3 0 6 0 0

A Pts 1 1 0 0 4 7 0 0 8 14 1 1 1 1

Barret Heisten 2001-02 New York Rangers

Brett Clark

GP 6 7 10

GAA 2.94 2.76 2.48

Sv% W-L-T .893 1-1-1 .899 3-4-0 .909 3-3-2

Dave Capuano 1989-90 Pittsburgh Penguins 1989-90 Vancouver Canucks 1990-91 Vancouver Canucks 1992-93 Tampa Bay Lightning 1993-94 San Jose Sharks

GP 6 27 61 6 4

G A Pts 0 0 0 3 5 8 13 31 44 1 1 2 0 1 1

Jack Capuano 1989-90 Toronto Maple Leafs 1990-91 Vancouver Canucks 1991-92 Boston Bruins

GP 1 3 2

G 0 0 0

A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0

Keith Carney 1991-92 Buffalo Sabres 1992-93 Buffalo Sabres 1993-94 Buffalo Sabres 1993-94 Chicago Blackhawks 1994-95 Chicago Blackhawks 1995-96 Chicago Blackhawks 1996-97 Chicago Blackhawks 1997-98 Chicago Blackhawks 1997-98 Phoenix Coyotes 1998-99 Phoenix Coyotes 1999-00 Phoenix Coyotes 2000-01 Phoenix Coyotes 2001-02 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2002-03 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2003-04 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2005-06 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2005-06 Vancouver Canucks 2006-07 Minnesota Wild 2007-08 Minnesota Wild

GP 14 30 7 30 18 82 81 60 20 82 82 82 60 81 69 61 18 80 61

G 1 2 1 3 1 5 3 2 1 2 4 2 5 4 2 2 0 4 1

A 2 4 3 5 0 14 15 13 6 14 20 14 9 18 5 16 2 13 10

Brett Clark 1997-98 Montreal Canadiens

GP 41

G 1

A Pts 0 1

Pts 3 6 4 8 1 19 18 15 7 16 24 16 14 22 7 18 2 17 11

2 7 1 4 1

Ben Guite GP G A Pts 2005-06 Boston Bruins 1 0 0 0 2006-07 Colorado Avalanche 39 3 8 11 2007-08 Colorado Avalanche 79 11 11 22 2008-09 Colorado Avalanche 50 5 7 12 2009-10 Nashville Predators 6 0 0 0

Bob Beers

Ben Bishop 2008-09 St. Louis Blues 2010-11 St. Louis Blues 2011-12 Ottawa Senators

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02

Chris Ferraro 1995-96 New York Rangers

GP 8 20 68 76 44 48 28 80 76 77 45 58 17 65 10

G 2 2 6 23 10 5 4 9 12 9 5 4 3 3 0

A 0 4 4 28 9 7 3 11 9 10 6 6 1 4 1

Pts 2 6 10 51 19 12 7 20 21 19 11 10 4 7 1

GP 2 14 3

G 0 0 0

A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0

GP GAA Sv% W-L-T 1 0.00 1.000 0-0-0 10 3.96 0.883 2-5-1

Niko Dimitrakos 2002-03 San Jose Sharks 2003-04 San Jose Sharks 2005-06 San Jose Sharks 2005-06 Philadelphia Flyers 2006-07 Philadelphia Flyers Mike Dunham 1996-97 New Jersey Devils 1997-98 New Jersey Devils 1998-99 Nashville Predators 1999-00 Nashville Predators 2000-01 Nashville Predators 2001-02 Nashville Predators 2002-03 Nashville Predators 2002-03 New York Rangers 2003-04 New York Rangers 2005-06 Atlanta Thrashers 2006-07 New York Islanders

G 0

A Pts 0 0

Jimmy Howard

Bob Corkum 1989-90 Buffalo Sabres 1991-92 Buffalo Sabres 1992-93 Buffalo Sabres 1993-94 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1994-95 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1995-96 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1995-96 Philadelphia Flyers 1996-97 Phoenix Coyotes 1997-98 Phoenix Coyotes 1998-99 Phoenix Coyotes 1999-00 Los Angeles Kings 2000-01 Los Angeles Kings 2000-01 New Jersey Devils 2001-02 Atlanta Thrashers 2001-02 Buffalo Sabres David Cullen 2000-01 Phoenix Coyotes 2001-02 Phoenix Coyotes 2001-02 Minnesota Wild Matt DelGuidice 1990-91 Boston Bruins 1991-92 Boston Bruins

GP 10

GP 26 15 44 52 48 58 15 43 57 17 19

GP 21 68 45 19 5

G 6 9 4 5 0

A 7 15 12 4 0

Pts 13 24 16 9 0

GAA 2.55 2.25 3.08 2.85 2.28 2.61 3.15 2.29 3.03 2.77 3.74

Sv% W-L-T 0.906 8-7-1 0.913 5-5-3 0.908 16-23-3 0.908 19-27-6 0.923 21-21-4 0.906 23-24-9 0.892 2-9-2 0.924 19-17-5 0.896 16-30-6 0.893 8-5-2 0.889 4-10-3

GP 2

G 1

Jimmy Howard GP GAA Sv% W-L-T 2005-06 Detroit Red Wings 4 2.99 0.904 1-2-0 2007-08 Detroit Red Wings 4 2.13 0.926 0-2-0 2008-09 Detroit Red Wings 1 4.07 0.857 0-1-0 2009-10 Detroit Red Wings 62 2.26 0.924 37-15-10 2010-11 Detroit Red Wings 63 2.79 0.908 37-17-5 2011–12 Detroit Red WIngs 57 2.12 0.920 35-17-4 Doug Janik GP G A Pts 2002-03 Buffalo Sabres 6 0 0 0 2003-04 Buffalo Sabres 4 0 0 0 2006-07 Tampa Bay Lightning 75 2 9 11 2007-08 Tampa Bay Lightning 61 1 3 4 2008-09 Dallas Stars 13 0 1 1 2008-09 Montreal Canadians 2 0 0 0 2009-10 Detroit Red Wings 13 0 2 2

Peter Ferraro

A Pts 0 1

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7 0 0 0 9 0 1 1

Paul Kariya 1994-95 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1995-96 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1996-97 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1997-98 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1998-99 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1999-00 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2000-01 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2001-02 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2002-03 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2003-04 Colorado Avalanche 2005-06 Nashville Predators 2006-07 Nashville Predators 2007-08 St. Louis Blues 2008-09 St. Louis Blues 2009-10 St. Louis Blues

GP 47 82 69 22 82 74 66 82 82 51 82 82 82 11 75

G 18 50 44 17 39 42 33 32 25 11 31 24 16 2 18

A 21 58 55 14 62 44 34 25 56 25 54 52 49 13 25

Steve Kariya 1999-00 Vancouver Canucks 2000-01 Vancouver Canucks 2001-02 Vancouver Canucks

GP 45 17 3

G 8 1 0

A Pts 11 19 6 7 1 1

Scott King 1990-91 Detroit Red Wings 1991-92 Detroit Red Wings

Pts 39 108 99 31 101 86 67 57 81 36 85 76 65 15 43

GP 7

G 0

A Pts 1 1

GP 1

G 0

A Pts 0 0

Mike Lundin 2007-08 Tampa Bay Lightning 2008-09 Tampa Bay Lightning 2009-10 Tampa Bay Lightning 2010-11 Tampa Bay Lightning 2011-12 Minnesota WIld

GP G A Pts 81 0 6 6 25 0 2 2 49 3 10 13 69 1 11 12 17 0 2 2

Bruce Major 1990-91 Quebec Nordiques

GP 4

G 0

A Pts 0 0

Mike McHugh 1988-89 Minnesota North Stars 1989-90 Minnesota North Stars 1990-91 Minnesota North Stars 1991-92 San Jose Sharks Matt Martin 1993-94 Toronto Maple Leafs 1994-95 Toronto Maple Leafs 1995-96 Toronto Maple Leafs 1996-97 Toronto Maple Leafs

GP 3 3 6 8

G 0 0 0 1

A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

GP 12 15 13 36

G 0 0 0 0

A Pts 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 4

Jay Mazur 1988-89 Vancouver Canucks 1989-90 Vancouver Canucks 1990-91 Vancouver Canucks 1991-92 Vancouver Canucks

GP 1 5 36 5

G A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7 18 0 0 0

GP GAA Sv% W-L-T 2 4.35 0.815 0-1-0

Greg Moore 2007-08 New York Rangers 2009-10 Columbus Blue Jackets

GP 6 4

G 0 0

A Pts. 0 0 0 0

Jim Montgomery 1993-94 St. Louis Blues 1994-95 Montreal Canadiens 1994-95 Philadelphia Flyers 1995-96 Philadelphia Flyers 2000-01 San Jose Sharks 2001-02 Dallas Stars 2002-03 Dallas Stars

GP 67 5 8 5 28 8 1

G 6 0 1 1 1 0 0

A Pts 14 20 0 0 1 2 2 3 6 7 2 2 0 0

GAA 2.83 3.47 0.00

Sv% W-L-T 0.884 10-4-2 0.875 1-0-1 0.000 0-0-0

Mike Morrison 2005-06 Edmonton Oilers 2005-06 Ottawa Senators 2006-07 Phoenix Coyotes

96

GP G A Pts 18 1 6 7

Scott Pellerin 1992-93 New Jersey Devils 1993-94 New Jersey Devils 1995-96 New Jersey Devils 1996-97 St. Louis Blues 1997-98 St. Louis Blues 1998-99 St. Louis Blues 1999-00 St. Louis Blues 2000-01 Minnesota Wild 2000-01 Carolina Hurricanes 2001-02 Boston Bruins 2001-02 Dallas Stars 2002-03 Dallas Stars 2002-03 Phoenix Coyotes 2003-04 St. Louis Blues

GP 45 1 6 54 80 80 80 58 19 35 33 20 23 2

G 10 0 2 8 8 20 8 11 0 1 3 1 0 0

A 11 0 1 10 21 21 15 28 5 5 5 3 1 0

Pts 21 0 3 18 29 41 23 39 5 6 8 4 1 0

Dustin Penner

GP GAA Sv% W-L-T 1 2.67 0.818 0-0-0 1 3.75 0.800 0-0-0

Cory Larose 2003-04 New York Rangers Jeff Libby 1997-98 New York Islanders

Alfie Michaud 1999-00 Vancouver Canucks

Gustav Nyquist 2011-12 Detroit Red Wings

GP 21 4 4

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20

3.72 0.886 4-13-1

Patrice Tardif 1994-95 St. Louis Blues 1995-96 St. Louis Blues 1995-96 Los Angeles Kings

GP 27 23 15

G 3 3 1

A Pts 10 13 0 3 1 2

Steve Tepper 1992-93 Chicago Blackhawks Mario Thyer 1989-90 Minnesota North Stars Eric Weinrich 1988-89 New Jersey Devils 1989-90 New Jersey Devils 1990-91 New Jersey Devils 1991-92 New Jersey Devils 1992-93 Hartford Whalers 1993-94 Hartford Whalers 1993-94 Chicago Blackhawks 1994-95 Chicago Blackhawks 1995-96 Chicago Blackhawks 1996-97 Chicago Blackhawks 1997-98 Chicago Blackhawks 1998-99 Chicago Blackhawks 1998-99 Montreal Canadiens 1999-00 Montreal Canadiens

GP 1

G 0

A Pts 0 0

GP 5

G 0

A Pts 0 0

GP 2 19 76 76 79 8 54 48 77 81 82 14 66 77

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

A 0 7 34 25 29 1 23 10 10 25 21 3 12 25

Pts 0 9 38 32 36 2 26 13 15 32 23 4 18 29

Montreal Canadiens Boston Bruins Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers Philadelphia Flyers St. Louis Blues St. Louis Blues Vancouver Canucks

60 22 80 81 54 26 59 16

6 1 4 2 2 2 1 0

19 5 20 18 7 8 16 0

25 6 24 20 9 10 17 0

Brian White 1998-99 Colorado Avalanche

GP 2

G 0

A Pts 0 0

Eric Weinrich

Dustin Penner 2005-06 Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks 2007-08 Edmonton Oilers 2008-09 Edmonton Oilers 2009-10 Edmonton Oilers 2010-11 Edmonton Oilers 2010-11 Los Angeles Kings 2011-12 Los Angeles Kings

GP G A Pts 19 4 3 7 82 29 16 45 82 23 24 47 78 17 20 37 82 32 31 63 62 21 18 39 19 2 4 6 65 7 10 17

Teddy Purcell 2007-08 Los Angeles Kings 2008-09 Los Angeles Kings 2009-10 Tampa Bay Lightning 2010-11 Tampa Bay Lightning 2011-12 Tampa Bay Lightning Jean-Yves Roy 1988-89 Vancouver Canucks 1989-90 Vancouver Canucks 1990-91 Vancouver Canucks 1991-92 Vancouver Canucks

GP 10 40 19 81 81

G 1 4 3 17 24

GP 1 5 36 5

G A Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7 18 0 0 0

Prestin Ryan 2005-06 Vancouver Canucks

GP G A Pts 1 0 0 0

Claudio Scremin 1991-92 San Jose Sharks 1992-93 San Jose Sharks

GP 13 4

G 0 0

GAA 3.44 5.55 2.88 2.52 2.43 3.10 2.93 2.66 2.98 2.71 2.31 2.80

Sv% W-L-T 0.874 3-2-0 0.825 1-1-0 0.894 12-8-4 0.903 14-8-8 0.902 14-9-4 0.901 3-6-0 0.900 20-31-8 0.902 10-15-3 0.900 14-15-4 0.900 10-7-2 0.918 16-17-5 0.899 14-15-5

Garth Snow 1993-94 Quebec Nordiques 1994-95 Quebec Nordiques 1995-96 Philadelphia Flyers 1996-97 Philadelphia Flyers 1997-98 Philadelphia Flyers 1997-98 Vancouver Canucks 1998-99 Vancouver Canucks 1999-00 Vancouver Canucks 2000-01 Pittsburgh Penguins 2001-02 New York Islanders 2002-03 New York Islanders 2003-04 New York Islanders

GP 5 2 26 35 29 12 65 32 35 25 43 39

A Pts 2 3 12 16 6 9 34 51 41 65

A Pts 0 0 1 1

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Garth Snow

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Orono, Maine 04469 Founded: 1865 Enrollment: 11,168 President: Dr. Paul Ferguson (Whittier College ’74) Athletic Director: Steve Abbott (Harvard ‘85) Faculty Athletic Rep: Dr. Robert Strong Nickname: Black Bears Colors: Blue (PMS 289 and 292) and White League: Hockey East Association Arena: Harold Alfond Sports Arena (5,124)   Dimensions: 200’ x 85’   Press Box Phone: 207-581-1049 PROGRAM HISTORY Years of Men’s Ice Hockey: 1922-1924; 1977–78 to present Program Record: 751-486-91 (.600) Hockey East Championships: Five - 1989, 1992, 1993, 2000, 2004 NCAA Tournament appearances: 18 (1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93, ‘95, ‘99, 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07, ’12) NCAA Frozen Four appearances: Eleven (1988, ‘89, ‘91, ‘93, ‘95, ‘99, 2000, ‘02, ‘04, ‘06, ‘07) NCAA Championships: Two (1993, ’99) Last NCAA Post-Season Opponent: 2012, Minnesota-Duluth (5-2 loss, Regionals) HOCKEY INFORMATION Head Coach: Tim Whitehead (Hamilton ’85) Career Record: 315-247-57 (16 Seasons) Record at Maine: 239-152-46 (11 Seasons) Associate Head Coaches: Bob Corkum, Dan Kerluke Assistant Coach: David Alexander Administrative Assistant: Nannette Marcinkowski (207-581-1106) 2011–12 Record: 23-14-3 (12-6-0 home, 6-6-3 road, 5-2-0 neutral) Conference Record: 15-10-2 (8-5-0 home, 6-5-2 road, 1-0-0 neutral) Conference Finish: Fourth Letterwinners Returning: 17 (10 forwards, 5 defensemen, 2 goalies) Letterwinners Lost: 7 (4 forwards, 2 defensemen, 1 goalie) Newcomers: 8 (5 forwards, 2 defenseman, 1 goalies) 2012–13 Captains: Mike Cornell (C), Joey Diamond (C), Mark Nemec (C) ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION Associate AD for Compliance/SWA: Eileen Flaherty (207-581-1537) Associate AD for Operations/Facilities: Will Biberstein (207-581-1055) Associate AD for External Operations: Joe Roberts (207-581-1057) Assistant AD for Business: Sue Randall (207-581-1544) Assistant AD for Public Relations: Laura Reed (207-581-3646) Director of Academic Support: Ann Maxim (207-581-1833) Academic Support (Hockey): Cristina Kerluke (207-581-3625) Director of Hockey Operations/Athletic Trainer: Paul Culina (207-581-1071) Equipment: Kevin Ritz (207-581-1070) Associate Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Terry O’Neill (207-581-2732) Marketing Assistant: John Diamond (207-581-4849) Black Bear Sports Properties: Andrew Stuebner (207-581-4108) Ticket Office: (207-581-BEAR, 1-800-756-TEAM) Medical Provider: Orthopedic Physician: Dr. T. McGuire and Dr. Kenneth Morse Podiatry Services: Dr. Roy Corbin, PMD Optometrist: Dr. John Gaetani, OD Hand and Wrist Surgeon: Dr. Jay Payne, MD Mailing Address:

The University of Maine Athletic Media Relations 5747 Memorial Gym Orono, ME 04469-5747

QUICK FACTS NCAA INFORMATION NCAA MEDIA INFORMATION Mark Bedics, NCAA Statistics Coordinator P.O. Box 6222 Indianapolis, IN 46206-6222 Ph: 317-917-6222 FAX: 317-917-6800/6826 E-mail: mbedics@ncaa.org 2013 NCAA East Regional - Dunkin’ Donuts Center, Providence, R.I. (March 30 and 31) Northeast Regional - Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. (March 29 and 30) Midwest Regional - Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio (March 30 and 31) West Regional - Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Mich. (March 29 and 30) Frozen Four - Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh, Pa. (April 11 and 13) 2014 NCAA Frozen Four - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, Pa.

Quick Numbers

HOCKEY SID PHONE NUMBERS AND WEBSITES School (SID) Office Phone Website Army (Ryan Yanoshak) .............................845-938-7197........goarmysports.com Boston College (Tim Clark)........................617-552-8841........bceagles.com Boston University (Brian Kelley)................617-353-2872 .......goterriers.com Cornell (Brandon Thomas).........................607-255-5627........cornellbigred.com Ferris State (Rob Bentley)..........................231-591-3821........ferristatebulldogs.com Massachusetts (Jillian Jakuba)..................413-577-0053........umassathletics.com UMass Lowell (TBA)..................................978-934-2351........goriverhawks.com Merrimack (Brad Davis).............................978-837-5364........merrimackathletics.com Minnesota Duluth (Bob Nygaard).......................218-726-8191............umdbulldogs.com Nebraska-Omaha (Dave Ahlers).........................402-554-3387............omavs.com New Brunswick (Maureen Sparks).............506-451-6894........varsityreds.ca New Hampshire (Tom Wilkins)..................603-862-0730........unhwildcats.com Northeastern (Mark Majewski).................617-373-3643........gonu.com Notre Dame (Tim Connor).........................574-631-5716........und.com Providence College (Dan Colleran)............401-865-TBA..........friars.com Quinnipiac (Ken Sweeten).........................203-582-8625........quinnipiacbobcats.com St. Lawrence (Wally Johnson)..........................315-229-5588...........stlawu.com Vermont (Alastair Ingram)........................802-656-1110........uvmathletics.com HOCKEY EAST ASSOCIATION Phone: 781-245-2122 / FAX: 781-245-2492 UNIVERSITY OF MAINE ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Asst. AD for Public Relations/Men’s Ice Hockey Contact: Laura Reed   Office Phone: 207-581-3646 Cell Phone: 207-478-4256   E-mail: Laura.Reed@maine.edu Assistant Manager of Athletic Media Relations: Andrew Mahoney   Office Phone: 207-581-4158 E-mail:Andrew.Mahoney@umit.maine.edu Assistant Manager of Athletic Media Relations: Tyson McHatten   Office Phone: 207-581-3596 E-mail: Tyson.McHatten@umit.maine.edu Athletic Media Relations Assistant: Chris McGrail   Office Phone: 207-581-4129 E-mail: Christopher.McGrail@umit.maine.edu FAX: 207-581-3297

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MEDIA INFORMATION MEDIA CREDENTIALS   Requests should be directed to Laura Reed in the Athletic Media Relations Office by phone or e-mail as far in advance as possible, and no later than 48 hours before game time. All credentials will be left at will call at the Alfond Arena Ticket Office. Pursuant to Hockey East regulations, credentials CANNOT be issued to professional scouts. PRESS BOX   Press boxes at Alfond Arena are located on both sides of the rink. The primary press box is located on the east side (penalty box side) of Alfond Arena. Additional press box seating is located on the west side (player bench side), next to the coaches’ video platform.   Limited seating is available with beat writers, television and primary radio outlets receiving priority. Additional media requests will be accommodated as seating allows. Due to the lack of space in both press boxes, media members are asked not to bring any unnecessary items or equipment with them to Alfond Arena. TELEPHONES   The main press box phone number is 207-581-1049. Additional phone lines in the press box are available for filing on a shared basis. One radio line is available to the designated radio station of the visiting team. There will be no charge for press box lines at Maine during the 2012-13 season. If additional or dedicated lines are needed, charges may apply. In addition, wired and wireless internet access is available in Alfond Arena. Media wishing to use the wireless network can get a guest user ID from the Media Relations Staff. INTERVIEWS   All requests for player interviews, either in person or via phone, should be coordinated through Laura Reed in the Maine Athletic Media Relations Office. Players will not be available for interviews on game days prior to the game. All locker rooms, training rooms and weight rooms at the University of Maine are closed to the media. After home games, head coach Tim Whitehead and selected players will be available in a media area outside of the locker room.

  All regular season practices are open to the media, and coach Tim Whitehead and his players are available to the media before practice and team meetings. Schedules are subject to change on a daily basis, so please contact the Athletic Media Relations Office for up-to-date information on practice and meeting times. INJURY INFORMATION Due to federal laws regarding privacy of medical information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the University of Maine will not release a student-athlete’s medical information to the media. Maine may, however, release information at an appropriate time as to how long a student athlete’s injury will keep him/her from participating in athletic competition. This disclosure will only occur after the student-athlete has signed a waiver form related to the specific injury that has occurred. We ask the cooperation of the media in not asking coaches or team personnel questions regarding injuries to student-athletes. Furthermore, if a student-athlete chooses not to divulge an injury or illness, we request that you respect his or her choice. DIRECTIONS TO MAINE Take Interstate 95 North to Exit 193 (Stillwater/Old Town)... bear right at end of off-ramp onto Stillwater Avenue... at fourth set of lights (McDonald’s on left) take a right onto College Avenue... travel one mile on College Avenue... turn left onto Maine campus just prior to Alfond Sports Arena ... Alfond Arena parking lot is directly in front.

Black Bears on TV, Radio and Web

TELEVISION COVEREAGE   The University of Maine men’s ice hockey team will appear on television numerous times during the 2012–13 season. WABI-TV 5 in Bangor is scheduled to produce numerous games, which will be broadcast on their station as well as the CW in Portland. In the booth for WABI will be Jon Small with play-by-play and Mike Tuell as color analyst. Small took over the broadcast duties for Joe Carr midway through last season. Tuell has been a referee for a number of years, and is currently a Hockey East official observer.   NBC Sports Newtwork, CBS Sports Network and NESN are all scheduled to broadcast Black Bear Hockey games this season.

ON RADIO   All University of Maine hockey games are carried live over the air by ,”WAEI 97.1 FM in Bangor, Maine. Games will also be heard on the Black Bear Sports Network, which includes WLOB 1310 AM in Portland, WFAU 1280 AM in Augusta, WCME 96.7 FM in Boothbay Harbor, WRKD 1450 AM in Rockland, WIGY 97.5 FM in Skowhegan, WSYY 1240 AM in Millinocket and WBCQ 94.7 in Houlton. Internet audio can be found through www.GoBlackBears.com.   Dan Hannigan (left) returns to handle the play-by-play duties for his 17th season. He has called many memorable moments in Maine hockey history, including the overtime game-winner in the 1999 National Championship game. Joining Hannigan in the booth for most games will be Bangor Daily News beat writer Larry Mahoney. Mahoney has been covering the Black Bears 30 years.

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  Many home games and select road games will also be broadcast by the University of Maine student radio station, WMEB (91.9 FM). MAINE ON THE WEB   The University of Maine’s official athletic website is www.GoBlackBears.com. The site continues to be the source for news and information on all Black Bear sports. The site was redesigned and relaunched in August of 2010 with all the great features plus additional video options. Another great aspect of the site is the “Live Stats” feature, which provides live stats during Black Bear home hockey games. Fans will also find links where they can list to all games over the internet, as well as watch games via video streaming.


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