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Table of Contents University Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2­–7 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8–11 Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12–49 Year-in-Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50–58 WCHA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59–64 Winter Carnival/GLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65–68 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69–109 All-Time Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110–115


The John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena has been the home of the Hockey Huskies since the 1971-72 season. The arena, which has a capacity of 4,128, features six concession areas; a pro shop; training room; nine locker rooms, including five with direct access to the ice surface; and a Puck Pit for players to hone their shooting skills. The playing surface is 200 feet long and 85 feet wide with a 22-foot radius in the corner. The John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena received a major face lift during the summer of 2008. New seats and a new epoxy floor ere installed throughout the arena. The projects were made possible by fund-raising through the Enrichment Campaign that raised over $2.6 million. The Peter J. Grant Hockey Educational Center (HEC), which opened in September 1999, upgraded the hockey team’s support facilities to a level that is second to none. Michigan Tech’s locker room is unparalleled in terms of player comfort and convenience. It contains a separate changing area for the players, sauna, equipment room, and training area. In addition, a beautiful main locker room is equipped with oak lockers and a stateof-the-art video and sound system. The game clock and the HEC’s in-house communications system are also part of the main locker room. A 1,500-square-foot weight-training facility is also part of the HEC and is equipped with today’s most modern equipment. The weighttraining area contains its own sound system and is part of the HEC’s in-house communications system as well. A study room for the players is also part of the facility and includes six computers with Internet access. A Frappier Acceleration Hockey Treadmill, one of only a few owned by a college hockey team, was installed in summer 2006.

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Clockwise from upper left: Al (’71) and Ruth McLeod Alumni Lounge, John (’61) and Tim (’78) Opie Husky Den, Gary (’63) and Gail Begg Conference Room, the new arena seats, Peter J. Grant (’68) Hockey Education Center lobby, Strength and Conditioning Room, sponsored by Randy (’88) and Katie McKay, Russ (’88) and Trish Becker Hockey Treadmill Room.

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Campus Life and the Keweenaw   There are many ways to stay active and get involved at Michigan Tech. On-campus, the 600-acre recreational forest and Tech Trails have been upgraded with lights and additional terrain for skiing, biking and jogging. Nearby, the University’s 18-hole golf course and lighted ski hill challenge university and community members.   With more than 180 student organizations, there’s something for everyone, and many students choose to give back via Habitat for Humanity, Engineers Without Borders and other groups.   Michigan Tech traditions include K-Day, which is an afternoon to celebrate the Keweenaw Peninsula and enjoy McLain State Park on the shores of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. The Parade of Nations is a celebration (including food) of the nations of the world that have students, faculty and staff members at Michigan Tech. At Homecoming, students dress in their worst attire and parade through campus in dilapidated vehicles that barely run. Students also enjoy a football game, a Hobo Mixer and various special events.   The biggest annual event is Winter Carnival, when massive snow statues emerge on campus and in the towns. Skits, a queen competition, first-class entertainment, ice hockey and thousands of visitors make this a great experience. Broomball is a popular game on campus and students slide around on ice rinks chasing a volleyball toward the net. All the action is on our webcams!   The entire area is great for outdoor enthusiasts, with easy access to rivers, lakes, woods and trails. Also, downtown Houghton and Hancock (combined population 14,000) offer coffee shops, theaters, stores, restaurants and more. Major retailers are just outside of Houghton, a short drive or bus ride from campus.   Houghton was included in the book The 100 Best Small Towns in America. Men’s Journal ranked Houghton as one of the top-10 “healthiest, safest and most fun places to live,” and National Geographic Adventure Magazine ranked our setting as one of America’s top-10 summer sports destinations.   All in all, it’s a great combination: a world-class education in a beautiful location.

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The University   Michigan Technological University prepares students to create the future. More than 7,000 Michigan Tech students from all 50 states and more than 80 nations are engaged in discovery-based, experiential education in beautiful Upper Michigan.   The campus, situated along the Keweenaw Waterway, is small enough to walk across in a few minutes, and most classrooms are located close to the residence halls. The campus is completely wireless and features state-of-the-art facilities that are constantly being upgraded.   Michigan Tech offers more than 120 degree programs in arts, humanities and social sciences; business and economics; computing; engineering; forestry and environmental science; natural and physical sciences and technology.   Michigan Tech has top-10 enrollments in environmental, mechanical and geological engineering programs and one of the nation’s largest programs in scientific and technical communication.   US News & World Report has ranked Michigan Tech in the top tier of national universities, and our environmental engineering department is ranked 13th. We also rank in the top 25 nationally in least amount of debt incurred by our graduates. US News ranked four of our graduate engineering programs in the top 50 nationally. We are also rated among the nation’s best universities and received high marks for our library, computing facilities, and career services by The Princeton Review. Most recently, Reader’s Digest has rated Michigan Tech the third-safest campus in the nation.

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Academics   The quality of a Michigan Tech education is best illustrated by the accomplishments of our students. Business students won the 2007 and 2008 annual RISE national stock investment competition in the value category. The Concrete Canoe team has won its regional competition for several years in a row. Michigan Tech hosts the Clean Snowmobile Challenge every winter, and this year’s sled won the Performance Award. Computer science students are routinely invited to the World Finals of the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest—this year in Banff, Alberta.   Students from many majors work together on real-world industry projects as part of the Enterprise program—from video games to wireless, and from homeland security to hybrid SUVs. In just one example, students in the Aerospace Enterprise built a nano-satellite for space surveillance and flew a team of four students aboard NASA’s zero-gravity simulation airplane in Houston to conduct experiments they created. All Enterprise students gain critical-thinking, project-management and teamwork skills; experience with world-class equipment and technology; and meaningful connections with industry leaders.   The capstone Senior Design Project allows engineering students to research solutions to problems and present their findings at the end of their academic career. It is, in many ways, their first step toward becoming professionals.   Approximately 290 companies send recruiters to our Career Day, seeking majors from every discipline, even in a tough job market. Each student will average seven job interviews before graduation. Overall job placement exceeds 95 percent.

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Alumni Notables Joe Berger—offensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League after being drafted in 2005

Catherine Leslie—president and executive director of Engineers Without Borders

Daniel Branagan—nanotechnology pioneer, Forbes Magazine recognized him as one of the important innovators of our time, one of fifteen people who will reinvent the future

Charles Nelson—inventor of the paintball

Melvin Calvin—won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1961

Jan Olsson—national advertising strategy and media manager for Toyota

David Edwards—professor at Harvard University, focuses on drug delivery, infectious disease treatment, and needle-less vaccines, including aerosol medication such as inhaled insulin

Eric Nielsen—CEO of Volvo Construction and Equipment of Korea

John Opie—vice chairman for General Electric Coop

Charlotte Field—senior VP of National Communications Engineering and Operations for Comcast Cable, won the 2005 Women in Technology Award

Frank Pavlis—former vice president at Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (Fortune 500), who recently made a $2-million gift to Michigan Tech. He is the namesake of Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Institute for Global Technological Leadership

Charles Gates Sr.—founded Gates Rubber Co. and turned it into the largest non-tire rubber manufacturer in the world

Bill Raduchel—chairman and CEO of Ruckus Network, the premier digital entertainment service for universities nationwide

David Hill—served as chief engineer for General Motor’s Corvette division, who is regarded as “the father” of the groundbreaking 2002 Z06 Corvette model

Dick Robbins—one of the most innovative developers of tunneling machinery in the world, including those that dug the English Chunnel

David House—responsible for Pentium processor and the “Intel Inside” campaign

John Soyring—vice president of software development for IBM

Suzanne Jurva—a former executive for Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios and founder of Starcut Ltd. Her film credits include Amistad, Men in Black, Peacemaker (with world premier in Houghton), Deep Impact, Zorro, and Saving Private Ryan

Doug Smith—wildlife biologist and leader of the Wolf Reintroduction Program at Yellowstone National Park Lina T. Taskovich—who has made significant contributions to the development of drug “patches,” and has been featured in Newsweek and People magazines

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The Michigan Tech Huskies will enter the 2008-09 season with one of the most experienced squads in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, if not the nation. The Huskies are led by nine seniors, the most since the 1977-78 season. Overall the team has 18 players on the team with at least one year of experience under their belts.   Fans will also be treated to a new atmosphere at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The facility, which has a capacity of 4,000-plus, received new seats as well as a new floor.

overtime to give the Huskies a 3-2 win on the road at Minnesota.   A trio of seniors, Alex Lord (Magog, Que.), Derek Kitti (Laurium, Mich.) and Justin St. Louis (Calgary, Alb.), will also log plenty of time in the lineup.   Six freshmen will also look to break into the rotation. Seth Soley (Elk Mound, Wis.) will be looked upon to fill the spot left by Tyler Shelast in front of the goal. Soley tallied 15 points including eight goals in 43 games to lead the Omaha Lancers of the USHL to the Anderson and Clark Cup Championships in 2008. Forwards   Another player coming to Tech will have an the Huskies from the USHL is experienced attack up front freshman Brett Olson (Superior, as 11 of the 14 forwards Wis.). He spent the last three return from a year ago. season with Waterloo, earning a   Senior Malcolm Gwilliam spot on the 2007-08 USHL All-Star (Kamloops, B.C.) is the top Game after finishing third on the returning scoring threat for team with 54 points (17 goals, 37 the Huskies after tallying assists). 14 points last season (five   Freshmen Alex MacLeod goals, nine assists), five (Nelson, B.C.) and Bryce Reddick of which (two goals, three (Las Vegas, Nev.), son of Stanley assists) came in an offensive Cup winner Pokey Reddick, come explosion against Minnesota to Houghton after sharpening their State on Oct. 20. skills with a pair of Canadian clubs.   Joining Gwilliam on   MacLeod played for the the offensive attack is the team’s Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Junior Senior Malcolm Gwilliam freshman of the year Eric Kattelus Hockey League during the 2007-08 (Houghton, Mich.). He led all Tech freshmen with 10-points (two season after spending the previous three seasons with the goals, eight assists). He displayed his determination by recording Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League. He four points in six games after missing four games with an injury.   Sophomores Jordan Baker (Chestermere, Alb.) and Bennett FORWARDS Royer (Calgary, Alb.) also return for their second year. Baker RETURNING GP G-A--Pts P-PIM PP SH GW GT tallied nine points (three goals, six assists) and Royer chipped in Malcolm Gwilliam 36 5-9--14 11-44 2 0 0 0 seven points (two goals, five assists). Eric Kattelus 34 2-8--10 7-25 0 0 0 0 Alex Gagne 38 5-4--9 2-4 0 0 2 0   Senior Ryan Angelow (Mississauga, Ont.) is another Jordan Baker 37 3-6--9 16-43 0 0 0 0 quick-footed forward who will compliment the Huskies’ offense. Ryan Angelow 35 4-4--8 13-26 1 0 1 0 Angelow has tallied 24 points (12 goals, 12 assists) in 107 Bennett Royer 35 2-5--7 7-14 1 0 0 0 Ryan Bunger 36 2-5--7 18-36 0 0 0 0 career games. Alex Lord 16 2-2--4 3-6 0 0 1 0   Junior Ryan Bunger (Sammamish, Wash.) is a solid twoDerek Kitti 28 2-1--3 4-8 0 0 0 1 way forward that creates opportunities for others. Expect Bunger Justin St. Louis 19 1-2--3 1-2 1 0 0 0 to start the season strong after tallying an assist in three of his 314 28-46--74 82-208 5 0 4 1 TOTALS GP G-A--Pts P-PIM PP SH GW GT LOST first four games in 2007-08. Peter Rouleau 39 12-17--29 20-43 5 2 2 0   Senior Alex Gagne (Rock Forest, Que.) will be pulling on Tyler Shelast 39 16-10--26 13-26 8 1 2 1 the black-and-gold sweater for the last year of his career, after Jimmy Kerr 35 9-10--19 29-74 3 0 2 0 Jordan Foote 35 3-3--6 19-60 1 0 0 0 finishing with nine points a year ago (five goals, four assists). TOTALS 148 40-40--80 81-203 17 3 6 1 Last season, he scored two game-winning goals including one in

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Defense scored 13 goals to finish with 27 points for the Kodiaks after   The Michigan Tech defense will be anchored by a pair of tallying 51 points (25 goals, 26 assists) in 102 games for the two-way defenders in senior Geoff Kinrade (Nelson, B.C.) and Vees. junior Drew Dobson (Palatine,   Reddick spent the last two Ill.). The pair combined for 36 seasons with the Cowichan points (seven goals, 29 assists) Valley Capitals of the British in 2007-08. Columbia Hockey League,   Kinrade has enjoyed much averaging nearly a point a success on the power play, game last season with the finishing the season tied for Capitals (16 goals, 39 assists, seventh in the WCHA with nine 55 points). He also tallied 19 points (four goals, five assists). points (six goals, 13 assists) Kinrade, who will serve as the in 54 games in 2006-07. assistant captain, also came   Freshman Mikael Lickteig through in crunch time scoring (Little Falls, Minn.) will a team-high three gamealso bring some offensive winning goals. firepower to the offense. He   Also patrolling the blue line played the past two seasons will be this year’s captain John for the Alexandria Blizzard of Schwarz (Calgary, Alb.), who the North American Hockey is known more for his defense League, where he scored 34 than his offense. The two-time goals and added 40 assists WCHA all-academic selection for 74 points in 58 games. He Senior Geoff Kinrade scored his first career goal in also tallied 25 points (15 goals, the Huskies’ 3-2 overtime win at Minnesota. Schwarz, who 10 assists) in 60 games in 2006-07. The Blizzard MVP was selected to the Central Division All-Star Team and also tallied 25 has appeared in 98 career games, has also tallied nine career assists. points (15 goals, 10 assists) in 60 games in 2006-07.   Juniors Eli Vlaisavljevich (Shoreview, Minn.) and John   Adding some European flair to the team is freshman Peter Kivisto (Brighton, Mich.) will provide depth to the Tech defense. Rohn (Vettre, Norway). Rohn comes from the Green Mountain The pair combined for five assists in 37 combined games last Glades of the Empire Junior Hockey League. He was named team MVP after ranking second on the team in points (50), goals season.   Sophomore Deron Cousens (Georgetown, Ont.) will also be (17) and assists (33). looked upon to make an impact this season after accounting for seven points (one goal, six assists) as a freshman. Cousens, the only player not called for a penalty in 2007-08, was named DEFENSEMEN WCHA Rookie Player of the Week after tallying three assists on RETURNING GP G-A--Pts P-PIM PP SH GW GT Geoff Kinrade 39 5-14--19 15-30 4 0 3 0 the road at Mercyhurst. Drew Dobson 39 2-15--17 25-53 0 0 1 0   The Huskies have added a physical presence to this year’s Deron Cousens 22 1-6--7 -0 0 0 0 defense in Ricky Doriott (Blaine, Minn.). The 6-5, 225 lbs., John Schwarz 37 1-3--4 27-54 0 0 0 0 Mark Malekoff 37 1-2--3 15-30 0 0 0 0 freshman scored one goal and three assists in 25 games for Eli Vlaisavljevich 16 0-3--3 3-17 0 0 0 0 Sioux City of the USHL. He also played in 17 games for North John Kivisto 21 0-2--2 8-16 0 0 0 0 Iowa of the North American Hockey League, scoring three goals Mike VanWagner 28 0-0--0 17-34 0 0 0 0 204 9-35--44 87-182 2 1 0 0 TOTALS and adding four assists. LOST

Mark Malekoff Jake Wilkens TOTALS

GP 37 1 38

G-A-Pts 1-2--3 0-0--0 1-2--3

P-PIM 15-30 -15-30

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

GW 0 0 0

GT 0 0 0

Goaltenders   Senior Robbie Nolan (Sherwood Park, Alb.) is the lone returning net minder on the team after Michael-Lee Teslak for went his senior season for the pro game and Kevin Hachey was Michigan Technological University 9


lost to graduation.   Nolan posted a breakout preformance in net at the Great Lakes Invitational to be named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week. He gave up just one goal against defending national champion Michigan State before holding No. 1 Michigan scoreless for over 80 minutes.   Helping Nolan with the goaltending tasks will be a pair of freshmen joining the team after spending time in the United States Hockey League.

2008-09 Schedule Date Opponent October

Site

Sat/4 Fri/10 Sat/11 Fri/17 Sat/18 Fri/24 Fri/31

Univ. of Toronto (ehx.) at Northern Michigan& at Lake Superior State& at Colorado College* at Colorado College* US Development Team Alaska Anchorage*

Houghton, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich.

7:07 pm 7:35 pm 7:07 pm 9:37 pm 9:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07 pm

Sat/1 Fri/7 Sat/8 Sat/15 Sun/16 Fri/21 Sat/22 Fri/28 Sat/29

Alaska Anchorage* (HOF) at Wisconsin* at Wisconsin* at Minnesota* at Minnesota* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* at Bemidji State at Bemidji State

Houghton, Mich. Madison, Wis. Madison, Wis. Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Bemidji, Minn. Bemidji, Minn.

7:37 pm 8:07 pm 8:07 pm 2:07 pm 2:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07 pm 8:35 pm 8:05 pm

November

December

  Josh Robinson (Frankenmuth, Mich.) posted a 22-17-2 record in 43 regular season games for the Sioux City Musketeers. Robinson finished with a 2.94 goals against average and a .906 save percentage in the regular season. Robinson helped Team USA to a bronze medal at the 2007 World Junior A Challenge. He also represented the West Division at the 2008 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game. In 2006-07, Robinson recorded a 3.41 goals against average and a .893 save percentage for the Musketeers.   Corson Cramer (Colorado Springs, Colo.) posted a 10-13-3 record in 27 regular season games for the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets. The Colorado Springs, Colo., native also posted a 3.59 goals against average and an .888 save percentage. He finished the previous season with a 2.72 goals against average and a .918 save percentage for the Junior Blue Jackets. GOALTENDERS RETURNING Rob Nolan

GP 18 18 TOTALS GP LOST Michael-Lee Teslak 25 Kevin Hachey 0 Totals 25

Minutes 992:11 992:11 Minutes 1389:25 0 1389:25

GA Saves Shots Sv % 44 390 434 .899 44 390 434 .899 GA Saves Shots Sv % 51 569 620 .918 0 0 0 0 51 569 620 .918

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Fri/5 Sat/6 Fri/12 Sat/13 Fri/19 Sat/20 Sat/27 Sun/28

Denver* Houghton, Mich. Denver* Houghton, Mich. at Minnesota Duluth* Duluth, Minn. at Minnesota Duluth* Duluth, Minn. Northern Michigan* Houghton, Mich. at Northern Michigan* Marquette, Mich. vs. Michigan^ Detroit, Mich. vs. Mich. State/North Dakota^ Detroit, Mich.

Fri/9 Sat/10 Fri/16 Sat/17 Fri/23 Sat/24

at Denver* at Denver* North Dakota* North Dakota* at Alaska Anchorage* at Alaska Anchorage*

Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Houghton, Mich. Hougthon, Mich. Anchorage, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska

9:37 pm 9:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07 pm 11:07 pm 11:07 pm

Colorado College* (WC) Colorado College* (WC) at St. Cloud State* at St. Cloud State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth*

Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich. St. Cloud, Minn. St. Cloud, Minn. Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich.

7:07 pm 5:07 pm 8:07 pm 8:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07 pm

Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich. TBA TBA TBA St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. TBA TBA TBA

7:07 pm 7:07 pm TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C.

TBA TBA

January

Senior Robbie Nolan

GAA 2.66 2.66 GAA 2.20 0 2.20

Record 6-9-1 6-9-1 Record 8-11-4 0-0-0 8-11-4

Time/Result

February Fri/6 Sat/7 Fri/13 Sat/14 Fri/20 Sat/21

March

Fri/6 Minnesota* Sat/7 Minnesota* Fri/13 WCHA Playoffs Sat/14 WCHA Playoffs Sun/15 WCHA Playoffs Thur/19 WCHA Final Five Fri/20 WCHA Final Five Sat/21 WCHA Final Five Fri/27 NCAA Regionals Sat/28 NCAA Regionals Sun/29 NCAA Regionals

April

Thur/9 Sat/11

NCAA Semifinals NCAA Title Game

(exh.) Exhibition Game (HF) Hall of Fame Game & Lake Superior Classic Home Games in Bold

7:07 pm 7:07 pm 8:07 pm 8:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:35 pm 3:36 pm 3:06/6:36 pm

*WCHA Games (WC) Winter Carnival ^44th annual Great Lakes Invitational


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Head Coach Jamie Russell

  The Michigan Tech hockey program has experienced a revival under sixth-year head coach Jamie Russell. The team has made strides every year and the 2007-08 season was no exception.   The Huskies showed that they could compete with any one in the nation after posting a 4-4-0 record against top-five teams.   Russell’s squad was the first to defeat No. 1 North Dakota at home on Oct. 26. The Huskies also pushed the WCHA regular season champs to a three-game series in the WCHA playoffs.   The Great Lakes Invitational was also a bright spot during the season. The Black and Gold defeated defending national champion No. 5 Michigan State before falling to No. 1 Michigan in double overtime.   The 2007-08 season marked the first time that the Huskies posted 14 or more wins in back-toback seasons since 1994-95 and 1995-96.   The previous season, Russell, a Michigan Tech alum, was honored as the 2007 Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) co-Coach of the Year and led Michigan Tech to an 18-17-5 overall record, its highest total since 1995-96. The Huskies also posted their best conference finish since 1992-93 with a sixth-place showing in the WCHA standings. Michigan Tech also made its first appearance at the WCHA Final Five since 1996 after knocking off Colorado College in the opening round of the league playoffs.   Russell became the third Michigan Tech head coach to be selected WCHA Coach of the Year and

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the first since Herb Boxer gained the award in the 1987-88 season. The legendary John MacInnes won the award six times (1960, 1962, 1966, 1971, 1976, 1981) during his illustrious career in Houghton.   Recognized by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) as one of 11 finalists for the prestigious Spencer Penrose Award, Russell fielded a 16-10-3 record against teams in the top 20 in 2007. The Huskies ranked fifth in the country in scoring defense (2.17 gpg), fifth in shots allowed (24.8 spg), and fifth in penalty killing (87.3%). In addition, Michigan Tech surrendered just 21 third-period goals, which placed the Huskies first nationally.   Under Russell’s tutelage, Michigan Tech broke a single-season record by compiling five shutouts, besting a mark set back in 1974-75. The Huskies swept five teams in 2006-07, marking its highest such total since 1997-98.   A native of Kamloops, B.C., Russell owns a 55-112-25 overall record and a 42-91-20 mark in WCHA play.   Russell has coached two All-Americans, five AllWCHA selections, one Hobey Baker Award finalist and 51 WCHA All-Academic Team recipients since arriving in Houghton.   Russell, who played defense for Michigan Tech from 1987 to 89, spent the four seasons prior to arriving at Michigan Tech helping build the Cornell University Big Red into a national powerhouse.   During his tenure (1999-2003) as the lead assistant at Cornell, the Big Red amassed an 87-39-10 record, won two Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference regular-season titles (2001-02, 2002-03) as well as an ECAC playoff championship (2002-03). In addition, CU advanced to the NCAA Championships on two occasions, including a final eight appearance in 2001-02 and a spot in the Frozen Four in 2002-03. CU completed 2002-03 with a school-record 30-5-1 mark and was the top-ranked team in the country in the final regularseason poll.   Among Russell’s responsibilities at Cornell were working with the defensemen and the penalty -killing units. Cornell finished number one in the country in both team defense (1.36 goals against per game; next closest, 2.21) and penalty killing (.900) in 2002-03.   Prior to his stint at Cornell, Russell spent five years as an assistant coach at Ferris State. While not at FSU in 2002-03—a year in which the team won the Central Collegiate Hockey Association championship—Russell had a hand in recruiting the club’s senior class.   Russell played two seasons at Michigan Tech after sitting out 1986-87 due to transfer rules. He was an assistant captain in both of his seasons on

Jamie Russell File Hometown: Kamloops, British Columbia Birthdate: August 31, 1966 Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Michigan Tech, 1989; master’s degree in business administration, Lake Superior State, 1992 Family: Wife, former Linda Frankovich (Laurium, Mich., 1996 Michigan Tech graduate); Sons, Ben, Charlie, Graeme Coaching Experience: • Assistant Coach, Ferris State (CCHA), 1994-99 • Assistant Coach, Cornell (ECACHL), 1999-2003 • Head Coach, Michigan Tech (WCHA), 2003-present Playing Exeperience: • Played Defense at Michigan Tech (WCHA), 1987-89 • Played for Larjevellan Sweden, 1989 • Played for Winston-Salmen (ECHL), 1990 • Played For Binghamton (AHL), 1991 the blueline for the Huskies (1987-88, 1988-89) and posted career totals of eight goals and 22 assists in 77 games played.   Following graduation, he went on to play for Larjevellan Sweden in 1989.   His final two playing years were spent competing for Winston-Salem of the East Coast Hockey League in 1990 and for Binghamton of the American Hockey League in 1991.   Russell has also been extensively involved with USA Hockey throughout the years. He served as the director of the USA Regional Bantam Evaluation Camp from 1996 to 99 and has also been a lecturer for the USA Hockey Coaches Achievement Program.   In addition, Russell has been an instructor at multiple hockey schools, including Michigan Tech’s Hockey Development Center.   Russell, born Aug. 31, 1966, is a member of the American Hockey Coaches Association. He is married to the former Linda Frankovich of Laurium, Mich., and the couple resides with their sons, Ben, Charlie and Graeme, in Houghton.


Q&A with Coach Russell What are your thoughts on the 2008-09 season? The 08-09 season reminds of the 06-07 season in that the previous summer we graduated a big senior class and everyone had questions about scoring and who would fill certain roles. 2007 saw us have our most successful season in quite some time, and I feel with the development of our returning players and the additions we have made with our recruiting, we can surprise a lot of people this year. How will you handle the goaltending situation with an experienced player in Robbie Nolan and two freshmen in Corson Cramer and Josh Robinson? We have a great situation in net. We return Robbie for his senior year and he has had a terrific summer and is in the best shape of his life. We all saw what Robbie is capable of at last year’s GLI, and he is going to have a monster year. Josh and Corson will be given the opportunity to compete, and we feel our future is very bright with our additions in the pipes. What effect do you feel having four officials will have this season? I embrace the move to four officials. We are a disciplined team and we play an aggressive skating game. Our game has become so fast, it is very difficult to cover the whole ice surface by yourself on back-to-back nights. There will be growing pains, but in the long run it will make for a better game. What are you thoughts on the arena upgrades? As a player, I absolutely loved playing in our arena. The crowd feels like it is right on top of you, and the atmosphere in our building is second to none. We have updated our facility, and it looks fantastic!

What are the positives and negatives of this year’s schedule? I don’t know if our schedule could have been any worse than last year’s. We had a two-and-a-half month span with zero home games of WCHA play. This season, we are on the road early but finish with a good number of home dates. Over the past five years, we have played a top-five schedule in terms of schedule strength. This year will prove to be no different. How important is it to put back-to-back games together? We may have a large number of freshmen dressed on any given night, and consistency is a lesson they will need to learn early. The WCHA is so strong you must play well on back to back nights. The team welcomes nine new players. What are the pros and cons of bringing in this many new players? We have a large senior class and a large freshman class. We would like to balance our classes out after bringing in 18 players in our first two recruiting classes. Things get out of whack when players get red shirted [Malcolm Gwilliam and Mike Van Wagner were both medical red shirts] or players do not play four years [Michael Lee Teslak signed early, Alex Gagne and Peter Rouleau only had three years of eligibility]. We will get great leadership from all our returning players. I am very excited about our incoming freshmen. We need the new players to feel welcome early, and they will step up and contribute right from day one.

Coaching Records Year by Year Name Seasons E.R. Lovell 1919-20 (1) Elmer Sicotte 1920-21, 23-24 (2) Mike Fay 1921-22 (1) Bill Murdoch 1922-23 (1) Leon Harvey 1924-26 (2) Carlos “Cub” Haug 1926-29 (3) Bert Noblet 1929-36 (7) Joe Savini 1936-38 (2) Ed Maki 1938-41, 45-48 (6) Elwin Romnes 1941-43 (2) Amo Bessone 1948-51 (3) Al Renfrew 1951-56 (5) John MacInnes 1956-82 (26) Jim Nahrgang 1982-85 (3) Herb Boxer 1985-90 (5) Newell Brown 1990-92 (2) Bob Mancini 1992-96 (4) Tim Watters 1996-2000 (5) Mike Sertich 2000-03 (3) Jamie Russell 2003-Present (5) Total 1919-Present (87)

Coaching Records by Wins John MacInnes........... 555 Herb Boxer................... 66 Al Renfrew.................... 58 Jim Nahrgang............... 56 Jamie Russell............. 55

Overall Record 1-2-1 (.375) 7-9-0 (.438) 8-3-1 (.708) 0-4-0 (.000) 4-6-1 (.409) 12-10-3 (.540) 44-53-8 (.457) 11-29-4 (.295) 35-37-0 (.486) 4-15-3 (.250) 20-31-2 (.396) 58-68-2 (.461) 555-295-39 (.646) 56-62-3 (.475) 66-129-8 (.345) 29-47-4 (.388) 63-80-0 (.441) 39-116-8 (.264) 25-69-9 (.286) 55-112-25 (.351) 1092-1175-121 (.483)

Conference Record NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 27-64-1 (.299) 375-206-24 (.640) 47-48-1 (.495) 60-101-6 (.377) 23-38-3 (.383) 47-62-19 (.441) 27-91-5 (.240) 16-52-8 (.263) 42-91-20 (.340) 664-753-87 (.470)

Coaching Records by Conference Wins John MacInnes............ 375 Herb Boxer.................... 60 Jim Nahrgang................ 47 Bob Mancini.................. 47 Jamie Russell.............. 42

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Head Coach Jamie Russell 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2007-2008 2007-2008 5th Year

8-25-5 8-25-4 7-25-6 18-17-5 14-20-5 55-112-25

Accomplishments Under Russell • Three Hobey Baker Candidates, One Finalist • Two All-Americans • Five All-WCHA Selections • 51 WCHA All-Academic Team Selections • 12 WCHA Scholar-Athletes • Trip to WCHA Final Five in 2007 was first since 1996 • Earned 2006-07 WCHA Co-Coach of the Year Honors

Russell Against The Opposition Atlantic Hockey: Mercyhurst: 3-1-0 Total: 3-1-0

Central Collegiate Hockey Association: Lake Superior State: 1-0-0* Michigan: 0-5-0* Michigan State: 1-2-0* Northern Michigan: 2-9-4* Notre Dame: 1-0-0 Total: 4-16-4 College Hockey America: Bemidji State: 2-0-0* Total: 2-0-0

Jamie Russell appeared in 77 games for Michigan Tech from 1987 to 89. A twotime assistant captain, the blueliner tallied eight goals and 22 assists, along with 134 penalty minutes.

Hockey East: New Hampshire: 0-1-0 Vermont: 3-1-1 Total: 3-2-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference Hockey League: Harvard: 0-1-0 Rensselaer: 0-1-0 Total: 0-2-0 Western Collegiate Hockey Association: Alaska Anchorage: 6-4-4* Colorado College: 5-10-2* Denver: 3-10-3* Minnesota: 4-9-1* Minnesota Duluth: 7-10-3* Minnesota State: 7-6-3* North Dakota: 4-17-0* St. Cloud State: 1-13-2* Wisconsin: 5-12-2* Total: 42-91-20 * 2008-09 Opponent

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Russell became the 20th head coach of the Michigan Tech hockey program on May 7, 2003.

Jamie’s son, Charlie, is shown here with his dad at a Skate With the Huskies event.


Assistant Coach Pat Mikesch   Pat Mikesch is in his fifth year as assistant coach at Michigan Tech after being appointed to the position on July 1, 2004. He works with all facets of the Tech hockey program.   Mikesch spent the eight years since graduating from Michigan Tech playing professional hockey. After his final campaign at Tech (1995-96), he left school and played seven games for the Louisville Riverfrogs of the East Coast Hockey League. In 1996-97, Mikesch played for the Kentucky Thoroughblades of the American Hockey League before stints with the Orlando Solar Bears of the International Hockey League in 1997-98 and New Haven Beast (AHL) and Florida Everblades (ECHL) in 1998-99. He then went to play in Germany five seasons. He started in the German 2nd League where in 1999-2000 he competed for the Iserlohn Roosters. He then moved up to play in the German Elite League where he spent three seasons with the Kassel Huskies (2000-2003) before finishing his professional career in Dusseldorf with the Metro Stars in 2003-04.   A native of Hancock, Mich., Mikesch finished his four-year stint at Tech (1992-96) as the seventh all-time leading point getter in school history with 169 points on 57 goals and 112 assists.   He helped the Huskies reach the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Five in three of his four campaigns, including his senior season in which Tech lost in the title game of the event and just missed advancing to the NCAA Championships. He was a three-time member of the WCHA All-Academic Team and was named to the WCHA All-Rookie Team in 1992-93.   Mikesch remains actively involved with USA Hockey. In 2003 and 2005, he served as assisant coach for the All-Region team in the Select 16 Festival. He served in the same capacity at the Select 17 Festival in 2004. Mikesch was a coach at the Michigan Midget Festival in 2004 and 2005 and also was a coach at the Southeast Regional Select Camp in 2004. Additionally, Mikesch played on USA Hockey’s entry in the Deutschland Cup in both 2002 and 2003, serving as assistant captain on the ‘03 squad.   Mikesch and his wife, Aimee reside in Hancock with their daughter, Kallianne, and sons, Austin and Eliott.

Assistant coach Pat Mikesch looks on from the Huskies’ bench.

Pat Mikesch File Hometown: Hancock, Michigan Birthdate: February 15, 1973 Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Michigan Tech, 1996 Family: Wife, Aimee Sons, Austin and Eliott Daughter, Kalianne Coaching Experience: • Assistant Coach, Michigan Tech (WCHA), 2004-present

Mikesch led the Huskies in scoring during the 1994-95 and 1995-96 seasons.

Playing Exeperience: • Played Forward at Michigan Tech (WCHA), 1992-96 • Played for Louisville (ECHL), 1996 • Played for Kentucky (AHL), 1996-97 • Played for Orlando (IHL), 1998-99 • Played for New Haven (AHL), 1998-99 • Played for Florida (ECHL), 1999 • Played for Iserlohn (German 2nd), 1999-2000 • Played for Kassel (German Elite), 2000-03 • Played for Dusseldorf (German Elite), 2003-04

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Assistant Coach Chris Tok   Chris Tok, who was an assistant coach and assistant general manager for the United States Hockey League’s Waterloo Black Hawks during each of the past five seasons, was named to the Michigan Tech hockey staff Aug. 9, 2006.   Tok helped guide the Black Hawks to a 141-137-23 regular-season record and a 14-10 mark in USHL playoff games over his five-year tenure. In 2002-03, the Black Hawks amassed a 38-17-5 record and secured the first Eastern Division title in franchise history. Waterloo continued its success in 2003-04 by recording a 30-27-3 mark and capturing its first Clark Cup title in the USA Hockey Tier I National Championship series. The Black Hawks registered a 29-25-6 record in 2004-05 and advanced to the first round of the Clark Cup Playoffs. After four years as assistant coach, Tok was promoted to associate head coach and assistant general manager before the 2005-06 campaign.   Prior to his stint with the Black Hawks, Tok was a player and assistant coach for the Missouri River Otters of the United Hockey League in the 2000-01 season. Tok’s primary responsibilities included serving as the River Otters’ recruiting coordinator, scheduling, managing practices, supervising conditioning programs and hockey operations.   Tok served as an assistant coach for Team World in the 2003 USHL Prospects/All-Star Game and has been an assistant coach at USA Hockey’s Player Development Camps since 2002.   A four-year letterwinner on the Wisconsin Badgers’ blueline from 1991 to 1995, Tok was a part of four National Collegiate Athletic Association Tournament teams including an NCAA runner-up squad in 1991-92. Tok donned an “A” on his sweater in the 1994-95 season, during which the Badgers compiled a second-place finish in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular-season standings and were crowned WCHA Playoff Champions.   As a sophomore, Tok received UW’s Otto Breitenbach Most Improved Player Award and the Ivan B. Williamson Scholastic Award. Tok was a WCHA AllAcademic Team selection in his junior campaign. He tallied 10-26--36 points in 144 career games and ranks third all-time in the Badgers’ record book in penalties (141) and penalty minutes (302).   Taken in the 10th round of the 1991 National Hockey League Entry Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins, Tok began his professional hockey career at the Penguins’ training camp in 1995. The defenseman went on to play professionally in the United States, Canada, Austria and Slovenia from 1995 to 2001.   Hailing from Coleraine, Minn., Tok is a 1991 graduate of Greenway (Minn.) High School, where he was a three-time varsity letterwinner and a three-year participant in the Minnesota Select program. Tok earned his bachelor of arts degree in sociology from Wisconsin in 1996.   Tok and his wife Melissa reside in Houghton with their son, Easton.

Assistant coach Chris Tok visits with junior forward Derek Kitti on the ice.

Chris Tok File Hometown: Coleraine, Minnesota Birthdate: March 19, 1973 Education: Bachelor’s degree in sociology, Wisconsin, 1996 Family: Wife, Melissa Son, Easton Coaching Experience: • Assistant Coach, Missouri (UHL), 2000-01 • Assistant Coach, Waterloo (USHL), 2001-05 • Associate Head Coach, Waterloo (USHL), 2005-06 • Assistant Coach, Michigan Tech (WCHA), 2006-present Playing Exeperience: • Played Defense at Wisconsin (WCHA), 1991-95 • Played for Missouri (UHL), 1999-2001 • Played for Olimpija (Slovenian League), 1998-99 • Played for Cincinatti (AHL), 1997-98 • Played for Manitoba (IHL), 1996-97 • Played for Fort Wayne (IHL), 1995-96 • Played for Jacksonville (ECHL), 1995 • Drafted in the 10th round of the 1991 NHL Entry Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins

Tok was a standout defenseman for Wisconsin from 1991 to 1995 under head coach Jeff Sauer. The Badgers were the NCAA runners up in 1991-92

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Strength and Conditioning Coach Kyle Bangen   Kyle Bangen begins his fourth year on the

Michigan Tech coaching staff as the strength and conditioning coach.   Bangen comes to Tech from Miami (Ohio) University, where he served as a volunteer assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Redhawks men’s hockey team during the 2004-05 season. Prior to his stint at Miami, Bangen was the strength and conditioning coach at Notre Dame College in Wilcox, Saskatchewan, from 2002 to 2004. He spent 1999 to 2002 as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach for the University of British Columbia’s men’s hockey squad.   The Kamloops, British Columbia, native, received a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from British Columbia in 2002 and a master’s degree from Miami in 2005.   A Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and a Certified Sports Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting, Bangen has worked with over 300 NCAA athletes and over 100 professional athletes.   Bangen and his wife, Michelle, reside in Hancock, Mich.

Kyle Bangen (right) leads Tyler Skowrchinski through a workout on the recently installed Frappier Acceleration Hockey Treadmill.

Volunteer Assistant Coach Randy Mckay Randy McKay, who played 15 years in the National Hockey League and won two Stanley Cup titles, is in his fifth season as volunteer hockey coach at Michigan Tech. McKay played for Michigan Tech from 1984 to 88. He competed in 145 career games and recorded 38 goals and 63 assists, good for 101 career points. Immediately following his senior season at Tech, he joined the Adirondack Red Wings of the American Hockey League for the final 10 games of their season. McKay returned to Adirondack for the 1988-89 season, a year in which he also played three games for the Detroit Red Wings. He split time the following season with Adirondack and the Red Wings and in 1990-91 became a full-time force in the NHL. He was traded to New Jersey following the 1991-92 season and played 11 seasons with the Devils. McKay and his “Crash Line” helped New Jersey win the Stanley Cup in 1995. He also helped the Devils win the Stanley Cup again in 2000. He was traded to the Dallas Stars late in the 2001-02 season and finished a standout NHL career in 2002-03 with the Montreal Canadiens. In all, McKay played in 932 NHL games with 162 goals and 201 assists. McKay and his wife Katie live in Houghton, Mich., with their four children—Riley, Kaitlyn, Dawson, and McKenna.

Randy McKay (above) helped lead Michigan Tech to a 20-20-1 overall record and fourth-place finish in the WCHA standings in the 1987-88 season.

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University President Glenn Mroz

Athletics Director Suzanne Sanregret

  Glenn D. Mroz became the ninth president of Michigan Technological University in 2004 after serving as Dean of the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science for four years. He served as a faculty member in the School since 1980. Mroz earned his BS and MS degrees in Forestry from Michigan Tech and earned his PhD degree in Forestry from North Carolina State University in 1983.   Mroz is a member of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan and the Michigan Universities Presidents Council. He has been appointed by Governor Granholm to serve on the Strategic Economic Investment and Commercialization Board. At the national level, he is one of 30 members of the Association of Governing Boards Council of Presidents and a member of the Science Coalition. He is also a member of the Society of American Foresters, Xi Sigma Pi, Forestry Honor Society and Social Science Society of America.   Glenn and his wife, Gail, have two daughters. Gail holds the position of Director of Donor Stewardship and Development Events at Michigan Tech.

  Suzanne Sanregret is in her fourth year as director of athletics at Michigan Tech. Formerly the university’sassistant athletics director, Sanregret was promoted to her current post on May 2, 2005. She is the first woman to hold the position at Michigan Tech.   Sanregret directs a 13-sport varsity athletics program at Michigan Tech with NCAA Division I ice hockey and 12 Division II sports.   Sanregret served as assistant athetic director for seven years, handling all business and NCAA compliance issues for Michigan Tech athletics. She is in her 13th year with the department overall. She spent three years as the athletic equipment supervisor before being named the department’s first-ever business manager in September 1996. She was given additional responsibilities as the NCAA compliance coordinator in May 1997.   A 1989 graduate of Houghton (Mich.) High School, Sanregret attended Michigan Tech and graduated in 1993 with a business administration degree. She finished her master’s degree in business administration at Tech in spring 2006.   Suzanne is married to John B. Sanregret, who is the principal at Hancock High School. They reside in Hancock, Mich., with their two sons, Matthew and Bradley.

Director of Athletic Development Steve Nordstrom

Major Gifts Officer Randy Heinonen

  Steve Nordstrom serves as director of athletic development for Michigan Tech Athletics. He began his duties on May 10, 2007.   Nordstrom spent the previous seven years in the Finlandia University Athletic Department, where he served in many different roles. Most recently, he was assistant athletic director and head women’s basketball coach. He also had duties involving fundraising, marketing and sports information during his tenure.   Nordstrom holds two degrees from Michigan Tech—an associate degree in civil engineering (1995) and a bachelor’s in business administration (1998).   A native of Atlantic Mine, Mich., Nordstrom and his wife, Myra, have six children: Julia, Alex, Marissa, Chad, Ian, and Mia.

  Randy Heinonen is in his third year working in athletic development at Michigan Tech. He is beginning his first year as major gifts officer after working as the director of athletic development.   Prior to Tech, Heinonen spent the previous three years as the director of alumni and annual giving at Finlandia University.   The Hancock, Mich., native is a 1996 graduate of Northern Michigan University with a degree in speech communication.   Heinonen and his wife, Kristy, have three daughters, Delaney, Sophie and Ellie.

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Director of Athletic Communications and Marketing Wes Frahm   Wes Frahm is in his fifth year as the director of athletic communications and marketing at Michigan Tech, after spending the previous three years as the assistant director. He serves as the primary contact for football, men’s and women’s basketball and tennis.   The Elkhart, Ind., native is a member of CoSIDA and has won numerous publication awards from the organization. Two of his media guides have been named best in the nation.   Prior to coming to Tech, Frahm spent the 2000-01 season as the sports information director for the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in Greenwood, Ind. The previous year, he served as the sports information director and men’s tennis coach at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.   Frahm earned a bachelor’s degree in sports information and sports administration from the University of Indianapolis in 1999.   Frahm, an avid fisherman and champion at Ms. Pacman, was born on Aug. 7, 1977. He and his wife, Elka, have three children, Isaiah, Levi, and Naomi.They reside in southeast South Range, Mich.

Voice of the Huskies Dirk Hembroff Dirk Hembroff of WKMJ is in his seventh year as the radio play-byplay voice of the Michigan Tech Huskies. Hembroff, a graduate of Michigan Tech, also hosts Huskies Drive Time, a weekly radio show that covers all in-season sports at Michigan Tech. Hembroff resides in Hancock, Mich., with his wife, Julie, son, Jaron, and daughter, Joyce.

Assistant Director of Athletic Communications and Marketing Ian Marks   Ian Marks enters his second season at Michigan Tech. He serves as the main contact for hockey, volleyball, cross country, Nordic skiing and track and field.   Prior to coming to Tech, Marks was the sports information director at UW-Superior where he hosted the 2007 NCAA Men’s Div. III Ice Hockey Championships. He also completed internships at Pittsburg State University and the University of Montana in 2005 and 2006.   Marks played soccer at UWSuperior and earned a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from there in 2005.   Marks, who completed his first Ironman triathlon in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, last June, is single and resides in Houghton, Mich. He is an experienced ice cream eater.

Hockey Video Coordinator Jonathan Hamilton   Jonathan Hamilton begins his second year as video coordinator for the hockey program in 2007-08. The Fairbanks, Alaska, native also serves as the coordinator of marketing and promotions for the Michigan Tech athletic department. Hamilton, a 2005 graduate of Clearwater Christian College, also served as the video coordinator for the Alaska Nanooks. He and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Hancock.

Hockey Secretary Jane Hietala In her seventh year as Michigan Tech’s hockey secretary, Jane Hietala has been a member of the Huskies staff for two decades. She is in her 18th year as a secretary in the athletic department and her 23rd year at the University overall. Hietala and her husband, Paul, reside in Houghton, Mich., and have three children— Blake, Griffin, and Mackenzie.

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Team Physician Dr. Darin Leetun Dr. Darin Leetun is entering his fourth year as a team physician and team orthopedist for the Huskies men’s hockey team. Originally from Casper, Wyoming, Dr. Leetun is a sports-fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon at Portage Sports Medicine lnstitute in Hancock, Mich. In addition to the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Dr. Leetun is a member of the American Orthopedic Society of Sports Medicine, the American College of Sports Medicine and the Arthoscopy Association of North America. Leetun received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Dakota and his medical degree from the University of Virginia.

Certified Athletic Trainer Chris Ipson Chris Ipson is in his 21st year as the trainer for the Michigan Tech hockey team. Ipson spent the four years prior to coming to Michigan Tech as the head trainer for the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League. He got his start in the Central Hockey League, working as head trainer for the Fort Worth Texans in 1981, the Wichita Wind in 1982, and the Montana Magic in 1983, before advancing to the NHL level. Holding an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ipson earned his master’s degree from the University of Denver in 1981. A member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the American College of Sports Medicine, he is also an instructor for the American Heart Association. Ipson, who is also active in the Copper Country Chapter of Trout Unlimited, resides in Houghton, Mich.

Equipment Manager Roy Britz   Roy Britz is in his 15th year as

hockey equipment manager. A native of Houghton, Mich., Britz graduated from Michigan Tech in 1991 with an associate degree in civil engineering technology. The 50-year-old Britz, who doubles as Houghton County’s Undersheriff, is married to the former Vita Hill and the couple resides in their home on the Portage Lake Golf Course in Houghton, Mich.

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Team Physician Dr. Bruce Trusock Dr. Bruce Trusock is in his 27th year as sports medicine physician for the Michigan Tech hockey team. Certified by the American Board of Family Practice, Trusock has been practicing at Portage Health System in Houghton, Mich., for the past 25 years and is a member of both the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. A native of Battle Creek, Mich., Trusock was a four-year letterwinner for Michigan Tech in football (1970-73), gaining All-NIC laurels his final three years. He is a member of Tech’s Sports Hall of Fame.

Faculty Representative for Athletics B. Patrick Joyce   In his 10th year as faculty

representative for athletics at Michigan Tech, B. Patrick Joyce is in his 36th year as a professor of economics at Michigan Tech. Joyce came to Michigan Tech after two years as an assistant professor in economics at Westminster (Mo.) College. A native of Eureka, Calif., Joyce received his BS degree in economics from Humboldt State in 1966. He went on to earn both his master’s (1968) and PhD (1971) degrees in economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Joyce and his wife, Kathie, reside in Houghton, Mich. The couple has two grown children.

Student Manager Corey Rastello Corey Rastello begins his third year with the Michigan Tech hockey squad in 2008-09. He is responsible for all of the team’s equipment needs while on the road. A native of Calumet, Mich., Rastello is a 2007 graduate of Calumet High School and is majoring in business administration.


Drew Dobson Jr • D • 6-0 • 180 Palatine, Ill. Waterloo (USHL)

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Sophomore Season One of four Huskies to appear in all 39 games ... Finished the season fifth in points with 17 (two goals, 15 assists) ... His 15 assists ranked second most on the team ... Led the team with 42 blocked shots ... Posted a career-high four-game point streak from Jan. 4 to Jan. 12 ... Recorded two assists in season opener against Northern Michigan on Oct. 12 ... Scored the game-winning goal in a 3-1 win over No. 1 North Dakota on Oct. 26 ... Tallied two assists in 4-2 victory at No. 9 Wisconsin on Nov. 2 ... Assisted on Jimmy Kerr’s game-winning goal in 5-1 win at Mercyhurst on Jan. 5 ... Scored second goal of the season at No. 8 North Dakota on Jan. 12 ... Finished with two assists in 5-2 win over No. 3 Colorado College on Jan. 26 ... Picked up primary assist on Geoff Kinrade’s game-winning goal in 3-2 win at Minnesota State on Mar. 8. Freshman Season Saw action in 23 games … Tallied one goal and four assists … Recorded an assist in his second collegiate game during a 4-1 win over Minnesota Duluth Nov. 11 … Tallied first career goal at Minnesota Duluth Jan. 6 … Chipped in a helper in a 4-1 victory against Bemidji State Jan. 12 … Provided primary assist on Peter Rouleau’s game-winning goal Jan. 20 at Alaska Anchorage … Added helper at Minnesota State Feb. 2. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the past two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech skating with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League … Posted 26 points in 2004-05, good for a spot on the USHL All-Rookie Team … Compiled 17 points in 52 contests during his final campaign in Waterloo … One of 22 players named to the USA Hockey Junior Select 18 & Under Team that competed at the 2006 Viking Cup in Camrose, Alberta … Secured two goals and seven assists as Team U.S. secured a bronze medal and 5-1-0 record in the tournament … A 2005 graduate of Palatine (Ill.) High School. Personal Enjoys playing cards, golf, listening to music, and playing video games … Son of Gary and Kim Dobson of Palatine, Ill. … Born Drew James Dobson on Aug. 6, 1987, in Palatine, Ill. … Shoots right … Majoring in computer science.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (3 times, last 1/12/07) Assists: 2 (3 times, last 1/26/08) Points: 2 (3 times, last 1/26/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 4 (1/4-1/12/08)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 1/12/08) Assists: 2 (3 times, last 1/26/08) Points: 2 (3 times, last 1/26/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 4 (1/4-1/12/08)

Drew Dobson: Career Stats Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 23 39 62

G-A--Pts +/1-4--5 +1 2-15-17 -4 3-19--22 -3

P-PIM 13-26 25-53 38-79

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PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG GW GT 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

HT 0 0 0

Dobson vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage.................................4 GP, 1 assist Colorado College.................................7 GP, 2 assists Denver...............................................................4 GP Minnesota.........................................................4 GP Minnesota Duluth....................7 GP, 1 goal, 3 assists Minnesota State..................................6 GP, 3 assists North Dakota...........................9 GP, 2 goals, 1 assist St. Cloud State...................................................5 GP Wisconsin...........................................5 GP, 3 assists Total................................51 GP, 3 goals, 13 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State........................................2 GP, 1 assist Lake Superior State..............................1 GP, 1 assist Michigan...........................................................2 GP Michigan State..................................................1 GP Northern Michigan..............................3 GP, 2 assists Total..................................................9 GP, 4 assists


Alex Lord Sr • W • 6-1 • 195 Magog, Que. Champlain College

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Junior Season Named to WCHA All-Academic Team ... Played in 16 games ... Scored game-winning goal in 2-0 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 19 ... Followed up with an assist the following night ... Scored first goal in 2-1 victory over Denver on March 1. Sophomore Season Named to WCHA All-Academic Team … Appeared in 33 games … Scored two goals and recorded three assists for five total points … Assisted on the only goal in a 1-0 win at Colorado College on Mar 11 that sent the Huskies to the WCHA Final Five … Notched first collegiate goal in a 3-1 win at North Dakota on Dec. 15 … Scored in a 4-1 win over Bemidji State on Jan. 12. Freshman Season Played in 26 games … Fired five shots on goal in a 2-2 tie against Alaska Anchorage on Jan. 20. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the two seasons prior to arriving at Michigan Tech playing for the Champlain College Cougars of Ligue Hockey Junior AAA Quebec … Named team’s most valuable player while helping the Cougars to a division championship in 2004-05 … Scored 27 goals and added 48 assists to pace the squad in scoring in final campaign … Was an all-star selection and league most valuable player finalist in 2004-05 … Totaled 55 goals and 67 assists in two seasons with the Cougars … A 2002 graduate of École Secondaire de la Ruche (Quebec).

Lord vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage................................................ 3 GP Colorado College.................................... 5 GP, 1 assist Denver........................................8 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Minnesota........................................................... 5 GP Minnesota Duluth................................................ 8 GP Minnesota State..........................8 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist North Dakota.............................................5 GP, 1 goal St. Cloud State.................................................... 5 GP Wisconsin...........................................10 GP, 2 assists Total....................................57 GP, 2 goals, 5 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State.............................................2 GP, 1 goal Lake Superior State............................................. 1 GP Michigan............................................................. 2 GP Michigan State.................................................... 1 GP Northern Michigan............................................... 5 GP Total......................................................11 GP, 1 goal

Personal Enjoys golf and watching movies … Wore jersey number 26 as a freshman … Son of Christian Lord and Manon Gingras of Magog, Quebec … Born Alex Lord on Oct. 16, 1985, in Magog, Quebec … Shoots left … Owns a 3.01 cumulative grade point average in mechanical engineering.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (4 times, last 3/1/08) Assists: 1 (5 times, last 11/10/07) Points: 1 (9 times, last 3/1/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (4 times, last 3/1/08) Assists: 1 (5 times, last 11/10/07) Points: 1 (9 times, last 3/1/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

Alex Lord: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G G-A--Pts +/- P-PIM 26 0-0--0 -3 3-17 33 2-3--5 -3 7-14 16 2-2--4 +1 3-6 75 4-5--9 -5 13-37

PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0

HT 0 0 0 0

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Mike VanWagner Jr • D • 6-2 • 220 Traverse City, Mich. Chicago (USHL)

Sophomore Season Played in 28 games ... Blocked 15 shots ... Named to AllWCHA Academic Team and a WCHA Scholar-Athlete. Redshirt Season Played in three games before sitting out the remainder of the season due to medical hardship. Freshman Season Saw action in eight games … Recorded his first career point—an assist—vs. Minnesota State on Dec. 16. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech playing for the Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League … Recorded two goals and seven assists in two seasons … Helped the Steel to the Clark Cup semifinals in 2004-05 and the Eastern Division championship in 2003-04 … Competed in the USA Hockey Select 15-17 festivals with Team Michigan … A 2004 graduate of Traverse City Central (Mich.) High School. Personal Enjoys golf, tennis, boating, fishing, and football … Wore jersey number 2 as a freshman … Has two sisters and one brother … Son of James and Deborah VanWagner of Traverse City, Mich. … Father James was a four-year letterwinner for Michigan Tech’s football team … Born Michael John VanWagner on Feb. 25, 1986, in Traverse City, Mich. … Shoots right … Owns a 3.37 cumulative grade point average in biological sciences.

Career Highs Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (12/16/05) Points: 1 (12/16/05) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: n/a Assists: n/a Points: n/a Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

Mike VanWagner: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 8 3 28 39

G-A--Pts +/- P-PIM 0-1--1 -2 2-4 0-0--0 -1 1-2 0-0--0 -22 17-34 0-1--1 -25 20-40

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PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0 0

VanWagner vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage................................................2 GP Colorado College.................................................5 GP Denver.................................................................2 GP Minnesota..............................................First Meeting Minnesota Duluth................................................4 GP Minnesota State.....................................4 GP, 1 assist North Dakota.......................................................7 GP St. Cloud State.....................................................2 GP Wisconsin............................................................3 GP Total.................................................. 29 GP, 1 assist Other Opponents Bemidji State..........................................First Meeting Lake Superior State................................First Meeting Michigan.............................................................2 GP Michigan State....................................................1 GP Northern Michigan...............................................1 GP Total.................................................................. 4 GP


Malcolm Gwilliam Sr • W • 6-2 • 216 Kamloops, B.C. Grande Prairie (AJHL)

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Junior Season Played in 36 games, recording 14 points (five goals, nine assists) ... Scored two goals and three assists for a careerhigh five points in 7-1 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 20 ... Tallied two assists, including the primary assist on Peter Rouleau’s game-winning goal, against Michigan State in the GLI on Dec. 28. Sophomore Season Was one of five players to play in all 40 games … Recorded nine goals and eight assists on the season … Registered a plus-minus rating of plus-13 … Had at least one point in 14 games … Scored the game-winning goal at North Dakota on Dec. 16 to complete the Huskies’ weekend series sweep of the Sioux … Chipped in a goal and an assist during the Feb. 10 Winter Carnival game vs. Denver … Notched an assist and an empty net goal vs. Bemidji State on Jan. 12. Redshirt Season Sat out season due to medical hardship. Freshman Season Played in 32 games … Scored a goal and added an assist in his first collegiate game on Oct. 15 against Minnesota Duluth … Recorded assists in two other contests — one in a 6-6 tie against Northern Michigan on Nov. 4 and another in a 6-2 victory over Notre Dame on Jan. 18.

Gwilliam vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage.......................9 GP, 1 goal, 3 assists Colorado College.......................13 GP, 2 goals, 1 assist Denver........................................10 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Minnesota.....................................9 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Minnesota Duluth......................10 GP, 3 goals, 1 assist Minnesota State........................ 8 GP, 3 goals, 3 assists North Dakota...............................11 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist St. Cloud State.........................................6 GP, 1 assist Wisconsin.............................................. 9 GP, 2 assists Total................................. 85 GP, 12 goals, 14 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State................................2 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Lake Superior State.............................................. 1 GP Michigan............................................................... 3 GP Michigan State....................................... 1 GP, 2 assists Northern Michigan........................9 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Total..................................... 16 GP, 2 goals, 4 assists

Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the 2003-04 campaign in the Alberta Junior Hockey League … Spent the first half of the season with Canmore where he played in 40 games and recorded 23 goals and 35 assists. He was moved to Grande Prairie where he finished the season … Competed in 70 total games in 2003-04 with 29 goals and 44 assists … Helped Grande Prairie win provincial championship … Was a unanimous pick to the AJHL North Division All-Rookie Team … Named the North Division Rookie of the Year and was runner-up for AJHL Rookie of the Year … Finished 12th in the AJHL scoring race … A 2003 graduate of Sahali Secondary (British Columbia) High School. Personal Enjoys golf, cars, soccer, and working out … Wore jersey number 7 as a freshman … Has one sister … Son of Terry and Deborah Gwilliam of Kamloops, British Columbia … Born Malcolm Erin Gwilliam on Jan. 16, 1985, in Campbell River, British Columbia … Shoots right … Majoring in business administration.

Career Highs Goals: 2 (10/20/08) Assists: 3 (10/20/08) Points: 5 (10/20/08) Longest Goal Streak: 2 (12/30/061/5/07) Longest Point Streak: 4 (2/10-3/2/07)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 2 (10/20/08) Assists: 3 (10/20/08) Points: 5 (10/20/08) Longest Goal Streak: 2 (12/30/061/5/07) Longest Point Streak: 4 (2/10-3/2/07)

Malcolm Gwilliam: Career Stats Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G G-A--Pts +/- P-PIM 32 1-3--4 -4 5-10 0 0 0 0 40 9-8--17 +13 13-34 36 5-9--14 0 11-44 108 15-20--35 +9 29-88

PP 1 0 0 2 3

SH 0 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 0

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John Schwarz • C Sr • D • 6-3 • 215 Calgary, Alberta Fort McMurray (AJHL)

Junior Season Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team ... Played in 37 games ... Led the team with a plus-nine plus/minus rating ... Scored first career goal in 3-2 overtime win at Minnesota on Nov. 30. Sophomore Season Named to WCHA All-Academic Team … Played in 29 games on defense … Tallied five assists on the season … Had an assist on the game-winning goal in a 2-1 season-opening win vs. Northern Michigan on Oct. 13 … Registered an assist in a 5-4 win at Minnesota on Mar. 3. Freshman Season Appeared in 32 games, including the final 16 games of the year … Recorded his first career point — an assist — in a 4-2 win at Minnesota Duluth on Jan. 13. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the 2004-05 season playing for the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … Scored five goals and added 24 assists while helping the Oil Barons to the North Division championship … Played the previous two seasons with the Brooks Bandits of the AJHL … Scored eight goals and tallied 28 assists in 112 games … Earned the Bandits’ Team MVP and top defenseman honors in 2003-04 while also being named to the all-star team … A 2002 graduate of Bishop Carroll (Alberta) High School. Personal Will serve as team captain for the 2008-09 after serving as assistant captain in 2007-08 … Enjoys training, golf, and lacrosse … Serves as team food critic ... Wore jersey number 22 as a freshman … Has one older sister … Son of Margaret Halferty of Calgary, Alberta … Born John Andrew Schwarz on June 9, 1984, in Calgary, Alberta … Shoots left … Owns a 3.21 cumulative grade point average in business administration.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (1/30/07 Assists: 1 (9 times, last 2/2/08) Points: 1 (10 times, last 2/2/07) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (1/30/07) Assists: 1 (3 times, last 2/2/08) Points: 1 (4 times, last 2/2/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

John Schwarz: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 32 29 37 98

G-A--Pts +/- P-PIM 0-1--1 -10 40-91 0-5--5 +2 12-24 1-3--4 +9 27-54 1-9--10 +1 79-169

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PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT 0 0 0 0

Schwarz vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage.....................................7 GP, 1 assist Colorado College...................................................6 GP Denver..................................................................5 GP Minnesota.................................... 8 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Minnesota Duluth...................................12 GP, 1 assist Minnesota State....................................................5 GP North Dakota........................................12 GP, 2 assists St. Cloud State.......................................10 GP, 1 assist Wisconsin..............................................12 GP, 1 assist Total..........................................75 GP, 1 goal, 7 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State............................................2 GP, 1 assist Lake Superior State.............................................. 1 GP Michigan...............................................................2 GP Michigan State......................................................2 GP Northern Michigan....................................6 GP, 1 assist Total.....................................................13 GP, 1 assist


Seth Soley Fr • W • 6-0 • 190 Elk Mound, Wis. Omaha (USHL)

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Prior to Michigan Tech: Helped the Omaha Lancers of the USHL to the Anderson and Clark Cup Championships in 2008 ... Tallied 15 points including eight goals in 43 games for the Lancers during the 2007-08 season ... Recorded a point in four of his first five games for the Lancers ... Led the Team Wisconsin-Minnesota Elite League in scoring in 2007-08 ... A 2008 graduate of Eau Claire Memorial High School. Personal: Enjoys fishing, hunting and eating chocolate chip cookies … Has one younger brother … Son of Todd and Terri Soley of Elk Mound, Wis. … Born Seth Duane Soley on Dec. 21, 1989, in Eau Claire, Wis. … Shoots Right.

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Geoff Kinrade • AC

Sr • D • 6-0 • 205 Nelson, B.C. Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

Junior Season Played in all 39 games ... Earned the Gitzen-Loutit Memorial Award as the team’s outstanding defenseman ... Led all defensemen and finished tied for third on the team with 19 points (five goals, 14 assists) ... His 19 points ranked tied for 13th in the WCHA in defenseman scoring ... Recorded 14 points on the power play (four goals, 10 assists), tied for seventh best in the WCHA ... Scored a team-high three game-winning goals ... Recorded five multi-point games ... Recorded a career-high three assists in 7-1 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 20 ... Scored game-winning goal and added one assist in 4-2 victory at No. 9 Wisconsin on Nov. 2 ... Named to GLI-All Tournament team ... Tallied game-winning goal in 2-1 win over No. 7 Denver in home finale on March 1 ... Scored game-winning goal at Minnesota State on March 8. Sophomore Season One of just two Michigan Tech defensemen to play in all 40 games … Tallied five goals and 14 assists, good for second among Husky blueliners … Finished with a team-best +15 plus-minus rating … Tied for third on team in power-play goals (2) and ranked fourth in power-play points (2-4--6) … Posted a career-best three-game point streak (1-3--4) from Jan. 19-26 … Selected WCHA Defensive Player of the Week after distributing two assists, including a helper on Tyler Shelast’s game-winning goal against Minnesota Duluth Nov. 11 … Provided second assist on Justin St. Louis’ game-winning marker vs. Northern Michigan Oct. 13 … Recorded a power-play lamplighter and doled out an assist in 4-1 win at Alaska Anchorage Jan. 20 … Dished out two assists at Great Lakes Invitational — one against Michigan Dec. 29 and another vs. Harvard Dec. 30 … Netted a power-play goal and assisted on Tyler Skworchinski’s game-winning tally in Winter Carnival victory over Denver Feb. 9 … Added helper on Jimmy Kerr’s game-winning goal at Minnesota Mar. 3. Freshman Season Appeared in 33 games … Named WCHA Rookie of the Week on Oct. 10 after notching three assists, including a helper on Nick Anderson’s game-winning goal vs. Mercyhurst on Oct. 7 … Became the first Tech freshman to record at least three points in his first full weekend series since Chris Conner tallied five points (1-4) at St. Lawrence on Oct. 18-19, 2002 … Chipped in an assist on Mike Batovanja’s power-play goal in a 3-2 victory at Minnesota State Feb. 4 … Netted his first career goal in first round of the WCHA Playoffs at Wisconsin Mar. 10. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech with the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the British Columbia Junior Hockey League … Played in 104 games and recorded 19 goals and 32 assists . . . Named to the 2004-05 BCHL All-Star game, where he earned Most Valuable Player honors … A 2003 graduate of LV Rogers (British Columbia) High School. Personal Enjoys mountain biking and surfing … Has one older brother and one younger brother … Son of Terry and Margaret Kinrade of Nelson, British Columbia … Born Geoff Kenneth Kinrade on July 29, 1985, in Nelson, British Columbia … Shoots left … Majoring in biological sciences.

Geoff Kinrade: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 33 40 39 112

G-A--Pts 1-6--7 5-14--19 5-14--19 11-34--45

+/- P-PIM -14 19-46 +14 15-30 -7 15-30 -7 49-106

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PP 0 2 4 6

SH 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 3 0

HT 0 0 0 0

Kinrade vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage.........................8 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Colorado College.................................... 11 GP, 1 assist Denver.......................................8 GP, 3 goals, 2 assists Minnesota...............................................7 GP, 2 assists Minnesota Duluth...................... 11 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists Minnesota State........................ 11 GP, 1 goal, 6 assists North Dakota.........................................13 GP, 2 assists St. Cloud State......................... 8 GP, 1 assist, 2 assists Wisconsin................................11 GP, 3 goals, 3 assists Total....................................88 GP, 9 goals, 21 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State........................................................ 2 GP Lake Superior State.............................................. 1 GP Michigan.................................................3 GP, 2 assists Michigan State........................................2 GP, 2 assists Northern Michigan..................................7 GP, 2 assists Total................................................... 15 GP, 6 assists Career Highs Goals: 1 (11 times, last 3/8/08) Assists: 3 (10/20/07) Points: 3 (10/20/07) Longest Goal Streak: 2 (2/9-2/10/07) Longest Point Streak: 3 (3 times, last 3/1-3/8/08)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (5 times, 3/8/08) Assists: 3 (10/20/08) Points: 3 (10/20/08) Longest Goal Streak: 2 (2/9-2/10/07) Longest Point Streak: 3 (3 times, last 3/1-3/8/08)


Ryan Angelow Sr • C • 5-10 • 190 Mississauga, Ontario Oakville (OPJHL)

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Junior Season Earned WCHA Scholar-Athlete and WCHA All-Academic Team laurels ... Played in 35 games ... Tallied four goals and four assists for eight points ... Scored first goal of the season in 4-3 win over Lake Superior State on Oct. 14 ... Scored a powerplay goal and added one assist in 5-1 victory at Mercyhurst on Jan. 5 ... Notched game-tying assist in 2-2 tie at Alaska Anchorage on Feb. 2. Sophomore Season Earned WCHA Scholar-Athlete and WCHA All-Academic Team laurels … Played in 39 games with five goals and five assists for 10 total points … Registered his first career multi-point game with a goal and assist vs. Alaska Anchorage on Oct. 27 … Tallied the game-winning goal vs. #19 Wisconsin in a 4-2 win at home on Feb. 24 … Had the gametying goal five minutes into the third period of a 3-3 outcome at Denver on Nov. 18. Freshman Season Played in 33 games … Recorded his first career point — an assist — vs. Northern Michigan on Oct. 22 … Lit the lamp for the first time as a collegian on Dec. 2 against North Dakota … Netted an unassisted marker in the Huskies’ 3-1 triumph at Minnesota Duluth on Jan. 14 … Assisted on Taggart Desmet’s power-play goal in a 4-4 tie against Wisconsin on Feb. 18.

Angelow vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage...................... 8 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists Colorado College.....................................12 GP, 1 goal Denver.......................................................6 GP, 1 goal Minnesota.............................................6 GP, 2 assists Minnesota Duluth................................... 9 GP, 1 assist Minnesota State....................................10 GP, 3 goals North Dakota........................................ 12 GP, 1 assist St. Cloud State...........................................9 GP, 1 goal Wisconsin..................................11 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Total....................................83 GP, 8 goals, 7 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State.............................................2 GP, 1 goal Lake Superior State...................................1 GP, 1 goal Michigan............................................................. 3 GP Michigan State....................................... 2 GP, 2 assist Northern Michigan.................................. 7 GP, 1 assist Total....................................15 GP, 2 goals, 3 assists

Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the season and a half before arriving at Michigan Tech playing for the Oakville Blades of the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League … Was named Oakville’s Most Valuable Player in 2005 … Named league MVP in 2005 while topping the OPJHL in goals scored with 46 … Earned Rookie of the Year honors in 2003 while playing for the Georgetown Raiders of the Ontario Hockey Association … A 2004 graduate of Cawthra Park (Ontario) Secondary School. Personal Enjoys playing any sport, working out and spending time with friends … Has one brother and one sister, both younger … Son of Bernie and Kathy Angelow of Mississauga, Ontario … Born Ryan Matthew Angelow on June 3, 1985, in Toronto, Ontario … Shoots left … Owns a 3.55 cumulative grade point average in business administration with concentration in finance.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (12 times, last 1/25/08) Assists: 1 (12 times, last 2/16/08) Points: 2 (2 times, last 1/5/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (12/9-12/15/06)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (4 times, last 1/25/08) Assists: 1 (4 times, last 2/16/08) Points: 2 (1/5/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

Ryan Angelow: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G G-A--Pts +/33 3-3--6 -13 39 5-5--10 -4 35 4-4--8 -4 107 12-12--24 -21

P-PIM 3-6 6-12 13-26 22-44

PP 0 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 0

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Alex MacLeod Fr • W • 6-0 • 210 Nelson, B.C. Camrose (AJHL)

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Prior to Michigan Tech Played for the Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League during the 2007-08 season after spending the previous three seasons with the Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League ... Scored 13 goals to finish with 27 points for the Kodiaks ... Tallied 51 points (25 goals, 26 assists) in 102 career games for the Vees ... Member of high school golf team ... A 2006 graduate of L.V. Rogers Secondary School. Personal Enjoys playing golf, swimming, working out and hiking … Has one younger brother and sister … Son of Allan MacLeod and Deborah Naka … Born Alexander Kei MacLeod on Dec. 16, 1987, in Victoria, B.C. … Shoots right.

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Eric Kattelus So • W/C • 6-1 • 195 Houghton, Mich. Indiana (USHL)

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Freshman Season Played in 34 games ... Earned the Norbert Matovich Memorial Award as the team’s outstanding freshman after leading all Michigan Tech freshmen with 10 points (two goals, eight assists) ... Picked up first career point, an assist on Jimmy Kerr’s game-winning goal in a 4-3 win over Lake Superior State on Oct. 14 ... Scored first career goal and added an assist in 7-1 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 20 ... Tallied four points in five games from Feb. 2 to Feb. 16 ... Recorded primary assist on Peter Rouleau’s game-winning goal in 5-2 win over No. 12 Minnesota Duluth on Feb. 15 ... Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the 2006-07 campaign with the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League … Ranked fourth on team in scoring with 18-21--39 points in 50 regular-season games, including nine power-play goals and three game-winning tallies … Helped Ice advance to the semifinal round of the USHL Clark Cup playoffs, scoring two goals and an assist in seven post-season contests … Notched 35-40--75 points in 50 regular-season games during the 2005-06 season with the North American Hockey League’s Bismarck Bobcats … Named NAHL Rookie of the Year … Led the Bobcats with nine power-play goals and six game-winning markers … Played two previous seasons for the Ojibwa Eagles Midget AAA team in Houghton, Mich. … Ranks third all-time on the Eagles’ scoring list after totaling 41-60--101 points in 115 career games. Personal Lists beach volleyball, swimming and tennis as hobbies … Has one older brother … Son of Ed Kattelus, currently of Houghton, and Carin Northway of Traverse City, Mich. … Born Eric Kattelus on May 22, 1987, in Traverse City, Mich. … Shoots left … Majoring in exercise science.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 3/8/08) Assists: 1 (8 times, last 3/15/08) Points: 2 (10/20/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (2 times, last 2/15-2/16/08)

Kattelus vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage....................................2 GP, 1 assist Colorado College..................................... First Meeting Denver.................................................................. 2 GP Minnesota............................................................ 2 GP Minnesota Duluth.................................. 4 GP, 2 assists Minnesota State.........................4 GP, 2 goals, 1 assist North Dakota...........................................5 GP, 1 assist St. Cloud State...................................................... 4 GP Wisconsin.............................................. 4 GP, 2 assists Total.................................... 27 GP, 2 goals, 7 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State........................................... First Meeting Lake Superior State.................................1 GP, 1 assist Michigan.............................................................. 1 GP Michigan State..................................................... 1 GP Northern Michigan................................................ 2 GP Total....................................................................5 GP

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 3/8/08) Assists: 1 (8 times, last 3/15/08) Points: 2 (10/20/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (2 times, last 2/15-2/16/08)

Eric Kattelus: Career Stats Year 2007-08 Career

G 34 34

G-A--Pts +/2-8--10 -11 2-8--10 -11

P-PIM 7-25 7-25

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Brett Olson Fr • W • 6-0 • 190 Superior, Wis. Waterloo (USHL)

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Prior to Michigan Tech Played the past three seasons for the Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL ... Was named to the 2007-08 USHL All-Star Game after finishing third on the team with 54 points (17 goals, 37 assists) ... Served as team captain during his final season with the Black Hawks ... Scored nine goals and added 13 assists for 22 points during the 2006-07 season ... Participated in baseball and football in high school ... Also a member of DECA, peer mentoring, student rotarian, student council and choir ... A 2005 graduate of Superior High School. Personal Enjoys hunting, fishing and music … Has a younger brother and sister … Son of Steve and Wendy Olson of Superior, Wis. … Born Brett Steven Olson on Feb. 19, 1987, in Duluth, Minn. … Shoots right.

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Bryce Reddick

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Fr • W • 5-10 • 180 Las Vegas, Nev. Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the last two seasons with the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the British Columbia Hockey League ... Averaged nearly a point a game last season with the Capitals (16 goals, 39 assists, 55 points) ... Tallied 19 points (six goals, 13 assists) in 54 games in 2006-07 ... Was named team’s most sportsmanlike the past two seasons and named team’s most improved in 2006-07 ... A 2008 graduate of Cowichan Secondary School. Personal Hobbies include working out, fishing, golfing and listening to music … First player from Nevada to wear a Husky uniform ... Has one younger brother and two younger sisters … Son of Pokey Reddick, who won the Stanley Cup in 1990 with the Edmonton Oilers, and Melissa Fernandez … Born Bryce Wade Reddick on Aug. 5, 1989, in Winnipeg, Manitoba … Shoots right.

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Alex Gagne

Sr • C • 6-0 • 190 Rock Forest, Quebec Cowichan Valley (BCHL)

Junior Season Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team ... Played in 38 games ... Scored five goals and added four assists for nine points ... Scored the game-winning goal to defeat Minnesota 3-2 in overtime on Nov. 30 ... Scored game-winning goal to lift Huskies to a 3-2 road win over Mercyhurst on Jan. 4 ... Recorded two goals and one assist in 5-2 win over Minnesota Duluth on Feb. 15. Sophomore Season Played in 34 games … Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team … Recorded five goals and 10 assists for 15 total points on the season … Had seven points in his first five collegiate games … Was selected as WCHA Rookie of the Week Jan. 30 after helping the Huskies to a tie and win vs. Colorado College with a goal in the 2-2 tie and an assist on Tyler Shelast’s game-winning goal in the 1-0 win … Registered a career-long point streak of four games with 1-6--7 from Oct. 20-28 … Tallied a +11 plus-minus rating — good for third best on the team. Redshirt Season Sat out season as a result of playing in one major-junior hockey game. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the 2004-05 season with the Cowichan Valley Capitals of the British Columbia Hockey League … Scored 35 goals and added 35 assists in 60 games … Earned the Capitals’ Team MVP, Leading Scorer, Most Sportsmanlike and Best Face-off Man awards … Garnered BCHL’s Most Sportsmanlike Player award … Spent the previous two seasons playing for the Champlain College Cougars of Ligue Hockey Junior AAA Quebec … Compiled 43 goals and 42 assists in 90 games for the Cougars … Appeared in one game with the Sherbrooke Beavers of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League during 2002-03 season … A 2002 graduate of École Secondaire de la Ruche (Quebec). Personal Enjoys golf, tennis, badminton, volleyball and playing cards … Has three sisters, one older … Son of Pierre Gagne and Monique St-Pierre of Sherbrooke, Quebec … Born Alexandre Gagne on April 11, 1985, in Sherbrooke, Quebec … Shoots left … Owns a 3.20 cumulative grade point average in mechanical engineering.

Career Highs Goals: 2 (2 times, last 2/15/08) Assists: 2 (2 times, last 11/11/06) Points: 3 (2 times, last 2/15/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 4 (10/2010/28/06)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 2 (2/15/08) Assists: 1 (4 times, last 3/16/08) Points: 3 (2/15/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

Alex Gagne: Career Stats Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G G-A--Pts 34 5-10--15 38 5-4--9 72 10-14--24

+/- P-PIM +11 5-10 -4 2-4 +7 7-14

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PP 0 1 1

SH 0 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

Gagne vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage . . . . . . . . . . . 6 GP, 2 goals, 2 assists Colorado College . . . . . . . . . . . 9 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 GP, 1 assist Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Minnesota Duluth . . . . . . . . . . . 6 GP, 2 goals, 3 assists Minnesota State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 GP, 1 goal North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist St. Cloud State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 GP Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 GP Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 GP, 8 goals, 10 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 GP, 1 goal Lake Superior State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 GP, 1 assist Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 GP Michigan State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 GP Northern Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 GP Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist


Bennett Royer So • W • 6-0 • 190 Calgary, Alberta Calgary (AJHL)

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Freshman Season Played in 36 games ... Tallied first career point on an assist against Minnesota State on Oct. 20 ... Recorded his first career goal on the powerplay the following game in a 3-0 win over No. 1 North Dakota on Oct. 27 ... Recorded an assist in both games against Colorado College on Jan. 25 and 26 ... Scored game-tying goal against No. 11 Wisconsin during Winter Carnival on Feb. 8. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech with the Calgary Canucks of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … A two-time AJHL South Division All-Star Team selection … Ranked fifth among AJHL scorers in 2006-07 with 32-44--76 points in 56 games, including 18 power-play goals and two shorthanded markers …Played for Team West at the Canadian Junior A Hockey League Top Prospects Game … Registered a team-high 26-35--61 points, along with 14 power-play goals in 67 games for the Canucks during 2005-06 campaign … Selected AJHL Rookie of the Year … One of 22 players from the AJHL South Division All-Star Team that competed at the Viking Cup in Camrose, Alberta … Netted two assists in helping Team Canada earn a berth in the championship game of the tournament. Personal Enjoys playing hockey, boating and golf … Has one older brother, one younger, and a younger sister … Cousin of Holy Cross freshman forward Everett Sheen … Son of Greg and Cindy Royer of Calgary, Alberta … Born Bennett Gregory Royer on Jan. 31, 1988, in Calgary, Alberta … Shoots left … Owns a 3.58 GPA in business administration.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 2/8/08) Assists: 1 (4 times, last 3/1/08) Points: 1 (7 times, last 3/1/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (2 times, last 1/25-1/26)

Royer vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage................................................ 2 GP Colorado College...................................2 GP, 2 assists Denver.................................................... 2 GP, 1 assist Minnesota...............................................First Meeting Minnesota Duluth................................................ 4 GP Minnesota State..................................... 4 GP, 1 assist North Dakota.............................................7 GP, 1 goal St. Cloud State..................................................... 3 GP Wisconsin..................................................4 GP, 1 goal Total....................................28 GP, 2 goals, 4 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State...........................................First Meeting Lake Superior State............................................. 1 GP Michigan............................................................. 1 GP Michigan State.................................................... 1 GP Northern Michigan............................................... 3 GP Total................................................................... 6 GP

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 2/8/08) Assists: 1 (4 times, last 3/1/08) Points: 1 (7 times, last 3/1/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (2 times, last 1/25-1/26)

Bennett Royer: Career Stats Year 2007-08 Career

G 36 34

G-A--Pts +/2-5--7 -8 2-5--7 -8

P-PIM 7-14 7-14

PP 1 1

SH 2 2

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Eli Vlaisavljevich Jr • D • 5-11 • 175 Shoreview, Minn. Lincoln (USHL)

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Sophomore Season Named to the All-WCHA Academic Team and was a WCHA Scholar-Athlete ... Earned the John MacInnes Slide Rule Award for scholastic achievement ... Played in 17 games ... Recorded an assist in each game in the Huskies’ home series against Minnesota Duluth on Feb 15-16 ... Tallied an assist in 3-2 win in the regular season finale against Minnesota State on March 8. Freshman Season Saw action in 36 games … Scored one goal and three assists … Tallied first collegiate goal in a 4-3 victory at Vermont Oct. 20 … Credited with an assist in a 4-4 tie at Denver Nov. 18 … Chipped in a helper against Minnesota Dec. 9 … Handed out the primary assist on Ryan Bunger’s game-winning goal against Wisconsin Feb. 23. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the 2004-05 and 2005-06 campaigns with the Lincoln Stars of the United States Hockey League … An All-USHL First Team recipient and member of the USHL Prospects/ All-Star Game a season ago … Led all league defensemen in regular-season scoring with 16-41--57 points in 58 games … Garnered USHL Defensive Player of the Week laurels on Feb. 22 after scoring two goals and six assists in two games … A 2004 graduate of St. Bernard’s (Minn.) School. Personal Hobbies include fishing, playing cards, cooking and hanging out with friends and family … His second cousin, Dan Vlaisavljevich, played hockey for the University of Denver from 1979-83 … Son of Steve and Colleen Vlaisavljevich of Shoreview, Minn. … Born Eli Vlaisavljevich on Nov. 3, 1985, in Shoreview, Minn. … Shoots left … Owns a 4.0 cumulative grade point average in biomedical engineering.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (10/20/06) Assists: 1 (6 times, last 3/8/08) Points: 1 (4 times, last 3/8/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (2/15-2/16/08)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (3 times, last 3/8/08) Points: 1 (3 times, last 3/8/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (3/15-3/16/08)

Eli Vlaisavljevich: Career Stats Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 36 17 53

G-A--Pts +/1-3--4 -6 0-3--3 0 1-6--7 -6

P-PIM 9-18 3-17 12-35

36 Michigan Technological University

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Vlaisavljevich vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage................................................. 5 GP Colorado College.................................................. 6 GP Denver.................................................... 4 GP, 1 assist Minnesota............................................... 3 GP, 1 assist Minnesota Duluth...................................7 GP, 2 assists Minnesota State...................................... 5 GP, 1 assist North Dakota........................................................ 3 GP St. Cloud State..................................................... 4 GP Wisconsin............................................... 3 GP, 1 assist Total.................................................. 40 GP, 6 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State........................................................ 2 GP Lake Superior State.............................................. 1 GP Michigan.............................................................. 2 GP Michigan State.........................................First Meeting Northern Michigan................................................ 4 GP Total.................................................................... 9 GP


Ryan Bunger Jr • W • 6-1 • 185 Sammamish, Wash. Bozeman (NAHL)

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Sophomore Season Played in 36 games ... Scored two goals and added five assists ... Recorded a career-high three-game point streak from Oct. 14-26 ... Recorded an assist on Drew Dobson’s game-winning goal in 3-1 win against No. 1 North Dakota on Oct. 26 ... Scored first goal of the season in 5-2 win over No. 3 Colorado College on Jan. 26 ... Scored second goal of the season against No. 12 Minnesota Duluth on Feb. 16. Freshman Season Appeared in 29 games … Earned Norbert Matovich Memorial Award as team’s top freshman … Netted five goals and five assists … Registered first career goal Dec. 2 against St. Cloud State … Recorded two game-winning goals — a power-play tally vs. Wisconsin Feb. 23 and an even-strength marker at Colorado College Mar. 11 … Compiled a goal and an assist in 3-1 win at North Dakota Dec. 15 … Chipped in two assists during 4-1 defeat of Bemidji State Jan. 12 … Added an assist in 2-1 Winter Carnival win over Denver Feb. 9 … Credited with primary assist on Ryan Angelow’s game-winning goal Feb. 24 against Wisconsin. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the past three seasons with the Bozeman IceDogs of the North American Hockey League … Notched 29-31--60 points in 64 games in 2005-06 … Helped the IceDogs advance to the NAHL regular-season championship after an outstanding 48-9-1 campaign in 2005-06 … Scored 17-27--44 points in 53 games with 134 penalty minutes in 2004-05 … Contributed 12-20--22 points in 55 games in 2003-04. … Tallied two goals in four games at the 2004 NAHL Showcase … A 2004 graduate of Eastlake (Wash.) High School.

Bunger vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage.................................................4 GP Colorado College........................8 GP, 2 goals, 1 assist Denver.....................................................4 GP, 1 assist Minnesota................................................. 6 GP, 1 goal Minnesota Duluth...................................... 6 GP, 1 goal Minnesota State......................................5 GP, 1 assist North Dakota..............................8 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists St. Cloud State........................................... 6 GP, 1 goal Wisconsin.................................... 7 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Total....................................54 GP, 7 goals, 6 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State.........................................2 GP, 2 assists Lake Superior State.................................1 GP, 1 assist Michigan..............................................................2 GP Michigan State.....................................................1 GP Northern Michigan................................................2 GP Total....................................................8 GP, 3 assists

Personal Enjoys fishing, golf, fooseball and playing Tiger Woods PGA Golf … Has one older brother and one younger sister … Son of Daren Bunger and Christine Sullivan of Sammamish, Wash. … Born Ryan Joseph Bunger on June 28, 1985, in Bellevue, Wash. … One of just four players hailing from the state of Washington to play hockey at Michigan Tech and is the first since Tom Bissett donned the Husky uniform from 1985-89 … Shoots right … Majoring in business administration.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (7 times, last 2/16/08) Assists: 2 (1/12/07) Points: 2 (1/12/07) Longest Goal Streak: 2 (12/9-12/15/06) Longest Point Streak: 3 (10/1410/26/07)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 2/16/08) Assists: 1 (5 times, last 1/25/08) Points: 1 (2/16/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 3 (10/1410/26/07)

Ryan Bunger: Career Stats Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 29 36 65

G-A--Pts +/5-5--10 -5 2-5--7 0 7-10--17 -5

P-PIM 11-33 18-36 29-69

PP 1 0 1

SH 0 0 0

FG GW GT 3 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 0

HT 0 0 0

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Jordan Baker So • W/C • 5-7 • 170 Chestermere, Alberta Olds (AJHL)

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Freshman Season Played in 37 games ... Finished second among freshmen with nine points (three goals, six assists) ... Recorded an assist for his first career point in 2-0 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 19 ... Scored his first career goal the following night in 7-1 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 20 ... Tallied career-high three-game point streak from Oct. 19-26 ... Recorded an assist and a goal in home series against St. Cloud State on Nov. 9-10. Prior to Michigan Tech Skated the past three seasons with the Olds Grizzlys of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … A two-time AJHL South Division All-Star Team selection … Scored 26-22--48 points in 47 games in 2006-07 … Missed 15 contests due to injury … Ranked third among AJHL players in power-play goals (20) and 12th in points per games (1.2) … Recorded 16-19--35 points in 36 games during the 2005-06 season … Helped lead the Grizzlys to a 30-22-4 regular-season record and second-place finish in the AJHL South Division standings … Appeared in 43 contests during the 2004-05 slate, scoring nine goals and 15 assists. Personal Enjoys surfing, wakeboarding and watching movies … Likes chips … Has one brother … Son of Dave and Barb Baker of Chestermere, Alberta … Born Jordan David Baker on Mar. 28, 1988, in Calgary, Alberta … Shoots left … Owns a 3.31 GPA in business administration with a concentration in finance.

Career Highs

2007-08 Season Highs

Goals: 1 (3 times, last 2/2/08) Assists: 1 (6 times, last 3/15/08) Points: 1 (9 times, last 3/15/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 3 (10/1910/26/08)

Goals: 1 (3 times, last 2/2/08) Assists: 1 (6 times, last 3/15/08) Points: 1 (9 times, last 3/15/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 3 (10/1910/26/08)

Jordan Baker: Career Stats Year 2007-08 Career

G 37 37

G-A--Pts 3-6--9 3-6--9

+/-6 -6

P-PIM 16-43 16-43

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PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG GW GT 1 0 0 1 0 0

HT 0 0

Baker vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage...................................... 2 GP, 1 goal Colorado College......................................2 GP, 1 assist Denver..................................................................1 GP Minnesota.............................................................2 GP Minnesota Duluth..................................................4 GP Minnesota State........................... 3 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist North Dakota..........................................7 GP, 3 assists St. Cloud State............................. 4 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Wisconsin.............................................................4 GP Total.....................................29 GP, 3 goals, 6 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State...........................................First Meeting Lake Superior State..............................................1 GP Michigan...............................................................1 GP Michigan State......................................................1 GP Northern Michigan................................................3 GP Total.....................................................................6 GP


Ricky Doriott Fr • D • 6-5 • 225 Blaine, Minn. North Iowa (NAHL)

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Prior to Michigan Tech Played the past season for the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League and the North Iowa Outlaws of the North American Hockey League ... Appeared in 25 games for the Musketeers, scoring one goal and adding three assists for four points ... Scored three goals and added four assists for seven points in 17 games for the Outlaws ... Participated in football and baseball in high school ... A 2006 graduate of Blaine High School. Personal Hobbies include golfing, fishing, biking and in-line skating … Has one older and one younger brother … Son of Ken and Jane Doriott of Blaine, Minn. … Born Richard John Doriott on Oct. 2, 1987, in Minneapolis, Minn. … Shoots left.

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John Kivisto

Jr • D • 5-11 • 185 Brighton, Mich. Mahoning Valley (NAHL)

Sophomore Season Played in 21 games ... Earned the Elov Seger Memorial Award as the team’s most improved player ... Tallied a career-high two assists ... Recorded first assist of the season at Minnesota on Dec. 1 ... Tallied an assist in 2-1 win over No. 7 Denver on March 1. Freshman Season Saw action in six games, including last four of the season … Distributed primary assist on Ryan Bunger’s game-winning goal Mar. 11 at Colorado College. Prior to Michigan Tech Appeared in 37 regular-season games for the Mahoning Valley Phantoms (formerly Youngstown Phantoms) of the North American Hockey League in 2005-06 … Tallied 8-18--26 points, including three power-play goals … Spent the 2004-05 season playing for the now defunct Cleveland Barons of the NAHL … Registered 13-21--34 points in 56 games, including three power-play goals and two shorthanded markers … A 2004 graduate of Brighton (Mich.) High School. Personal Enjoys wakeboarding, mountain biking, skiing and hunting … Has three brothers, two younger, and one younger sister … His older brother Kurt is a forward on Michigan State’s hockey team … Cousin of former Michigan Tech defenseman Lars Helminen … Son of Phil and Karen Kivisto of Brighton, Mich. … Born John Matthew Kivisto on Nov. 24, 1986, in Brighton, Mich. … Shoots left … Majoring in construction management.

Career Highs Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (3 times, last 3/1/08) Points: 1 (3 times, last 3/1/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: n/a Assists: 1 (2 times, last 3/1/08) Points: 1 (2 times, last 3/1/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

John Kivisto: Career Stats Year 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G 6 21 27

G-A--Pts +/0-1--1 0 0-2--2 0 0-3--3 0

P-PIM 1-2 8-16 9-18

40 Michigan Technological University

PP 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kivisto vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage................................................ 1 GP Colorado College.................................................. 5 GP Denver.................................................... 3 GP, 1 assist Minnesota............................................... 2 GP, 1 assist Minnesota Duluth................................................. 4 GP Minnesota State................................................... 3 GP North Dakota........................................................ 3 GP St. Cloud State..................................................... 2 GP Wisconsin............................................................ 3 GP Total.................................................. 26 GP, 2 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State...........................................First Meeting Lake Superior State.................................First Meeting Michigan..................................................First Meeting Michigan State.........................................First Meeting Northern Michigan............................................... 1 GP Total.................................................................... 1 GP


Peter Rohn

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Fr • W • 5-7 • 165 Vettre, Norway Green Mountain (EJHL)

Prior to Michigan Tech Spent last season with the Green Mountain Glades of the Empire Junior Hockey League ... Finished the season with 50 points (17 goals, 33 assists), tied for 15th place in the EJHL ... Ranked second on the team in points (50), goals (17) and assists (33) ... Finished the season with 15 multi-point games ... Recorded a season-high four assists and one goal in a 10-0 win over the Boston Jr. Shamrocks ... Picked up 12 points during a seven-game scoring streak ... Also scored 12 points during a six-game scoring streak ... Was a two-time EJHL player of the week ... Named team MVP with the Glades ... Competed on Team Norway at the U-20 World Junior Championships in Bad Tolz, Germany ... An accomplished soccer player, he won the Norwegian National Championship with Asker ... Graduated from Norwegian Academy of Elite Sports in Oslo. Personal Enjoys hanging out with friends, sailing and soccer ... Son of Helge and Donhee Rohn ... Born Jan. 4, 1988, in Oslo, Norway … Shoots right.

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Deron Cousens So • D • 6-1 • 185 Georgetown, Ontario Penticton (BCHL)

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Freshman Season Played in 22 games ... Only Michigan Tech player who did not commit a penalty ... Recorded first career point on an assist in 4-3 win over Lake Superior State on Oct. 14 ... Scored first career goal in 3-2 overtime win at Minnesota on Nov. 30 ... Was named WCHA Rookie of the Week (Jan. 8) after recording three assists in two-game series at Mercyhurst on Jan. 4-5 ... Recorded a three-game point streak from Jan. 4-11. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the previous two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech with the Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League … Ranked second among BCHL defensemen in scoring during the 2006-07 slate with 16-35--51 points in 55 regular-season games, including nine power-play goals and three game-winning goals … Tabbed as the top defenseman in the BCHL Interior Conference … Played in the BCHL All-Star Game … Served as an alternate captain for Canada West team that won a gold medal at the inaugural World Junior A Hockey Challenge in Yorkton, Saskatchewan … Recognized as the tournament’s best defenseman by Hockey Canada … Led all blueliners in the four-game competition with two goals and five assists … Recorded 9-28--37 points for the Vees in 68 games during the 2005-06 season … Secured team most valuable player honors in 2004-05 while skating for the Huntsville Muskoka Otters in the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League. Personal Enjoys golfing, fishing and working out … Has one older sister … Son of Don and Sandra Cousens of Georgetown, Ontario … Father Don is an official in the Candian Football League ... Born Deron Cousens on Mar. 21, 1987, in Georgetown, Ontario … Shoots left … Majoring in business administration.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (11/30/07) Assists: 2 (1/4/08) Points: 2 (1/4/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 3 (1/4/08-1/11/08)

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (11/30/07) Assists: 2 (1/4/08) Points: 2 (1/4/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 3 (1/4/08-1/11/08)

Deron Cousens: Career Stats Year 2007-08 Career

G 22 22

G-A--Pts +/1-6--7 +1 1-6--7 +1

P-PIM 0-0 0-0

42 Michigan Technological University

PP 0 0

SH 0 0

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Cousens vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage..................................................1 GP Colorado College......................................2 GP, 1 assist Denver..................................................................1 GP Minnesota.................................................. 2 GP, 1 goal Minnesota Duluth.....................................First Meeting Minnesota State....................................................3 GP North Dakota............................................4 GP, 1 assist St. Cloud State......................................................3 GP Wisconsin..............................................................1GP Total.......................................17 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State............................................First Meeting Lake Superior State..................................1 GP, 1 assist Michigan..................................................First Meeting Michigan State......................................................1 GP Northern Michigan.................................................2 GP Total.......................................................4 GP, 1 assist


Justin St. Louis Sr • W • 6-3 • 195 Calgary, Alberta Trail (BCHL)

27

Junior Season Played in 19 games ... Scored a powerplay goal and added an assist in 7-1 win over Minnesota State on Oct. 20 ... Tallied the primary assist on Drew Dobson’s game-winning goal against No. 1 North Dakota on Oct. 26. Sophomore Season Appeared in 28 games … Registered six goals and two assists for eight points during the campaign … Scored a hat trick with three goals in a 5-4 victory at Minnesota on the final day of the regular season (Mar. 3) to lift the Huskies to sixth place in the WCHA standings … Tallied a goal in each game of Michigan Tech’s home sweep of Wisconsin on Feb. 23-24 … Lit the lamp with three seconds remaining in regulation to defeat rival Northern Michigan to open the season on Oct. 13 … Was credited with the lead assist on Jimmy Kerr’s overtime goal in game one of the WCHA Playoff series at Colorado College on Mar. 9. Freshman Season Only freshman to appear in all 38 games … Recorded an assist in his first game as a Husky against Mercyhurst on Oct. 7 … Named WCHA Rookie of the Week on Jan. 16 after tallying two goals and an assist in a road sweep at Minnesota Duluth Jan. 13-14 … Led all Tech rookies in goals (3), assists (7) and points (10) … Tabbed his first career powerplay goal against Minnesota on Feb. 10.

St. Louis vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage....................................5 GP, 1 assist Colorado College.....................................8 GP, 1 assist Denver..................................................................5 GP Minnesota..................................8 GP, 4 goals, 1 assist Minnesota Duluth.......................6 GP, 2 goals, 1 assist Minnesota State.........................5 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists North Dakota.........................................8 GP, 2 assists St. Cloud State....................................................10 GP Wisconsin.............................................. 10 GP, 2 goals Total....................................65 GP, 9 goals, 8 assists Other Opponents Bemidji State........................................................1 GP Lake Superior State.................................First Meeting Michigan..............................................................2 GP Michigan State........................................2 GP, 1 assist Northern Michigan....................... 7 GP, 1 goal, 1 assist Total......................................12 GP, 1 goal, 2 assists

Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech playing for the Trail Smoke Eaters of the British Columbia Hockey League … Voted to the BCHL All-Star game during both of his seasons in Trail … Named BCHL Rookie of the Year in 2003-04 … Recorded 60 goals and 57 assists in 118 games … Totaled 15 power-play goals and seven shorthanded markers … A 2003 graduate of Lester B. Pearson (Alberta) High School. Personal Enjoys all sports … Has one older brother … Son of Debbie St. Louis of Calgary, Alberta … Born Justin Alain St. Louis on April 9, 1985, in Calgary, Alberta … Shoots left … Majoring in business administration.

Career Highs

2007-08 Season Highs

Goals: 3 (3/3/07) Assists: 1 (11 times, last 10/26/07) Points: 3 (3/3/07) Longest Goal Streak: 2 (2 times, last 2/23-2/24/07) Longest Point Streak: 2 (5 times, last 10/20-10/26/07)

Goals: 1 (10/20/07) Assists: 1 (2 times, last 10/26/07) Points: 2 (10/20/07) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: 2 (10/2010/26/07)

Justin St. Louis: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G G-A--Pts 38 3-7--10 28 6-2--8 19 1-2--3 85 10-11--21

+/-24 0 -6 -30

P-PIM 8-16 2-4 1-2 11-22

PP 1 0 1 2

SH 0 1 0 1

FG GW GT HT 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1

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Derek Kitti Sr • W • 6-2 • 205 Laurium, Mich. Springfield (NAHL)

28

Junior Season Named to the WCHA All-Academic Team and a WCHA Scholar-Athlete ... Played in 28 games ... Scored first goal of the season in 5-1 win at Mercyhurst on Jan. 5 ... Tallied lone assist of the season in 2-2 tie against No. 3 Colorado College on Jan. 25 ... Scored game-tying goal at Alaska Anchorage on Feb. 2. Sophomore Season Earned a spot on the WCHA All-Academic Team … Played in 10 games … Scored one goal — a third period tally in a 9-0 win at Alaska Anchorage on Oct. 27. Freshman Season Played in 23 games … Scored his first goal as a collegian against Minnesota Duluth on Oct. 28. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech playing for the Springfield Spirit of the North American Hockey League … Recorded 20 goals and 20 assists in 102 games with Springfield … A 2004 graduate of Calumet (Mich.) High School … Played one season of high school hockey, gaining All-Great Lakes Conference and All-State Honorable Mention honors … Participated in 2002 USA Hockey Select 17 Festival. Personal Enjoys golf, camping, hunting and playing cards … Has two older brothers and one older sister … Son of Paul and Doris Kitti of Laurium, Mich. … Born Derek Peder Kitti on Sept. 10, 1985, in Iron Mountain, Mich. … Shoots left … Owns a 3.52 cumulative grade point average in biomedical engineering.

Career Highs Goals: 1 (4 times, last 2/2/08) Assists: 1 (1/25/08) Points: 1 (5 times, last 2/2/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

2007-08 Season Highs Goals: 1 (2 times, last 2/2/08) Assists: 1 (1/25/08) Points: 1 (3 times, last 2/2/08) Longest Goal Streak: n/a Longest Point Streak: n/a

Derek Kitti: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

G G-A--Pts +/- P-PIM 23 1-0--1 -15 1-2 10 1-0--1 +2 3-17 28 2-1--3 +1 4-8 61 4-1--5 -12 8-27

44 Michigan Technological University

PP 0 0 0 0

SH 0 0 0 0

FG GW GT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

HT 0 0 0 0

Kitti vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage.....................................4 GP, 2 goals Colorado College.....................................6 GP, 1 assist Denver................................................................. 6 GP Minnesota............................................................ 4 GP Minnesota Duluth...................................... 7 GP, 1 goal Minnesota State................................................... 4 GP North Dakota........................................................ 7 GP St. Cloud State..................................................... 5 GP Wisconsin............................................................ 5 GP Total...................................... 48 GP, 4 goals, 1 assist Other Opponents Bemidji State........................................... First Meeting Lake Superior State................................. First Meeting Michigan.............................................................. 2 GP Michigan State..................................................... 2 GP Northern Michigan................................................ 5 GP Total....................................................................9 GP


Josh Robinson Fr • G • 6-0 • 185 Frankenmuth, Mich. Sioux City (USHL)

30

Prior to Michigan Tech Played two seasons for the Sioux City Musketeers of the USHL ... Posted a 29-19-4 record in two seasons between the pipes for the Musketeers ... Recorded four shutouts including three during the 2007-08 season, tied for third most in the league ... Finished the 2007-08 season ranked ninth in the USHL in both goals against average (2.94) and save percentage (.906) ... Represented Team West at the 2008 USHL All-Star Game ... Helped Team USA to a bronze medal at the 2008 World Junior Challenge in Trail, British Columbia … A 2008 graduate of Sioux City North High School. Personal Enjoys playing golf, tennis, video games and jet skiing … Has one younger brother … Son of Jeffery and Susan Robinson of Frankenmuth, Mich. … Born Joshua Mathieu Robinson on Dec. 1, 1989 in Milwaukee, Wis. … Catches left.

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Corson Cramer

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Fr • G • 5-11 • 185 Colorado Springs, Colo. Ohio (USHL)

Prior to Michigan Tech Played the past two seasons for the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets of the United States Junior Hockey League ... Posted a 16-21-3 career record in net for the Blue Jackets ... Finished with a 3.16 goals against average and a .903 save percentage ... Holds the record for most wins and shutouts in franchise history ... A member of cross country and ultimate frisbee teams in high school ... Received school math award as a junior ... A 2006 graduate of Cheyenne Mountain Da Crame High School. Personal Hobbies include art, music, theater, playing drums, frisbee, squash and collecting coins … First player from Colorado to wear a Husky uniform ... Has one older sister, one younger sister and one younger brother … Son of Scott Cramer and Joanie Bauer … Born Corson Lester Cramer on Oct. 15, 1988, in Colorado Springs, Colo. … Catches left.

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Mikael Lickteig Fr • W • 6-0 • 185 Little Falls, Minn. Alexandria (NAHL)

33

Prior to Michigan Tech Played the past two seasons for the Alexandria Blizzard of the North American Hockey League ... Scored 34 goals and added 40 assists for 74 points in 58 games for the Blizzard last season ... Was voted Team MVP and selected to the Central Division All-Star Team ... Also tallied 25 points (15 goals, 10 assists) in 60 games in 2006-07 ... Also member of soccer and tennis teams at Little Falls (Minn.) High School. Personal Hobbies include roller hockey, working out, golf, cards and tennis … Has one older brother … Son of Daniel and Michelle Lickteig … Born Mikael Daniel Lickteig on May 4, 1987, in Little Falls, Minn.

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Rob Nolan

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Sr • G • 6-0 • 187 Sherwood Park, Alberta Fort McMurray (AJHL)

Junior Season Played in 18 games ... Posted a 6-9-1 recored in 16 starts ... Ranked 10th in the WCHA in goals against average (2.66) and percentage (.899) ... Was named WCHA Defensive Player of the Week (Jan. 2) after giving up just one goal in 4-1 win over defending national champion No. 5 Michigan State and one goal in double overtime loss to No. 1 Michigan at GLI ... Also posted a career-high 127:26 shutout streak during the GLI ... Followed up with series road sweep of Mercyhurst the following weekend (Jan. 4-5). Sophomore Season Played in 20 games … Compiled a 7-9-2 record in 18 starts … Tallied a .910 save percentage, good for 10th in the WCHA … Finished with a goals against average of 2.26 — fifth best in the league … Earned WCHA Defensive Player of the Week laurels on Dec. 19 after backstopping the Huskies to a series sweep at North Dakota on Dec. 15-16 … Posted a season-high 38 saves at Minnesota State in a 2-1 overtime loss on Feb. 3 … Surrendered one goal or less in seven games. Freshman Season Appeared in 17 games, starting 13 … Named WCHA Rookie of the Week on Feb. 13 after turning aside 71 of 74 shots in 101:43 of action in the Huskies’ Winter Carnival series against Minnesota Feb. 10-11 … Compiled a season-high 59-saves vs. Wisconsin Feb. 17 … Amassed a 4.06 goals against average and a .888 save percentage in 885:45 of playing time … Stopped 40 or more shots twice and turned aside 30 or more shots six times. Prior to Michigan Tech Spent the previous two seasons before arriving at Michigan Tech with the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League … Was voted the AJHL’s top goaltender and earned All-League/First Team All-Star honors while leading the Oil Barons to the North Division Championship in 2004-05 … Set new AJHL records for lowest goals against average (1.75) and highest save percentage (.929) while posting five shutouts in final season … A 2004 graduate of Archbishop Jordan (Alberta) High School. Personal Enjoys water sports, camping and golf … Wore jersey number 35 as a freshman before switching to 37 … Has two older sisters … Son of Bob and Maryann Nolan of Sherwood Park, Alberta … Born Robert Shane Nolan on Dec. 10, 1985, in Sherwood Park, Alberta … Catches left … Majoring in business administration with a concentration in marketing.

Career Highs

2007-08 Season Highs

Fewest Goals Allowed: 0 (1/27/07) Saves: 59 (2/17/06) Saves Percentage: 1.000 (1/27/07) Longest Shutout Sequence: 127:26 (12/28-12/29/08) Longest Unbeaten Streak: 2 (3 times, last 12/9-12/16/07)

Fewest Goals Allowed: 1 (3 times, last 1/5/08) Saves: 45 (12/29/07) Saves Percentage: 9.25 (10/20/08) Longest Shutout Sequence: 127:26 (12/28-12/29/08) Longest Unbeaten Streak: 2 (3 times, last 12/9-12/16/07)

Rob Nolan: Career Stats Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 Career

GP 17 20 18 55

Minutes 885:45 1170:05 991:35 3047:25

GA 60 44 44 148

Saves Shots Sv % 476 536 .888 446 490 .910 390 434 .899 1840 1460 .899

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GAA 4.06 2.26 2.66 2.91

Record 0-11-2 7-9-2 6-9-1 13-29-5

Nolan vs. WCHA Alaska Anchorage...................219:10, 9 GA, 71 Saves Colorado College...................239:20, 7 GA, 110 Saves Denver..................................189:26, 11 GA, 79 Saves Minnesota...............................201:32, 8 GA, 93 Saves Minnesota Duluth....................243:10, 9 GA, 98 Saves Minnesota State....................203:35, 8 GA, 123 Saves North Dakota.......................353:08, 26 GA, 146 Saves St. Cloud State....................294:31, 22 GA, 105 Saves Wisconsin...........................208:02, 14 GA, 113 Saves Total..............................2151:54, 114 GA, 939 Saves Other Opponents Bemidji State............................60:00, 2 GA, 15 Saves Lake Superior State..................59:53, 3 GA, 14 Saves Michigan...............................202:20, 9 GA, 103 Saves Michigan State..........................60:00, 1 GA, 29 Saves Northern Michigan..................177:22, 5 GA, 41 Saves Total..................................559:35, 30 GA, 202 Saves


Numerical Roster No. 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 37

Name Drew Dobson Alex Lord Mike VanWagner Malcolm Gwilliam John Schwarz (C) Seth Soley Geoff Kinrade (AC) Ryan Angelow Alex MacLeod Eric Kattelus Brett Olson Bryce Reddick Alex Gagne Bennett Royer Eli Vlaisavljevich Ryan Bunger Jordan Baker Ricky Doriott John Kivisto Peter Rohn Deron Cousens Justin St. Louis Derek Kitti Josh Robinson Corson Cramer Mikael Lickteig Rob Nolan

Pos D W D W D W D C W W/C C W C W D W W/C D D W D W W G G W G

Ht 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-7 6-5 5-11 5-7 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-0

Wt 180 195 220 216 215 190 205 190 210 195 190 180 190 190 175 185 170 225 185 165 185 195 205 185 185 185 187

Yr Jr Sr Jr Sr Sr Fr Sr Sr Fr So Fr Fr Sr So Jr Jr So Fr Jr Fr So Sr Sr Fr Fr Fr Sr

S/C R L R R L R L L R L R R L L L R L L L R L L L L L R L

Birthdate 8/6/87 10/16/85 2/25/86 1/16/85 6/9/84 12/21/89 7/29/85 6/3/85 12/16/87 5/22/87 2/19/87 8/5/89 4/11/85 1/31/88 11/3/85 6/28/85 3/28/88 10/2/87 11/24/86 1/4/88 3/21/87 4/9/85 9/10/85 12/1/89 10/15/88 5/4/87 12/10/85

Hometown Palatine, Ill. Magog, Quebec Traverse City, Mich. Kamloops, British Columbia Calgary, Alberta Elk Mound, Wis. Nelson, British Columbia Mississauga, Ontario Nelson, British Columbia Houghton, Mich. Superior, Wis. Las Vegas, Nev. Rock Forest, Quebec Calgary, Alberta Shoreview, Minn. Sammamish, Wash. Chestermere, Alberta Blaine, Minn. Brighton, Mich. Vettre, Norway Georgetown, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Laurium, Mich. Frankenmuth, Mich. Colorado Springs, Colo. Little Falls, Minn. Sherwood Park, Alberta

Head Coach: Jamie Russell (6th year) Assistant Coaches: Pat Mikesch (5th year), Chris Tok (3rd year), Randy McKay (5th year) Strength and Conditioning Coach: Kyle Bangen (4th year) / Trainer: Chris Ipson (21st year) Hockey Equipment Manager: Roy Britz (15th year) / Assistant Athletic Director: Joel Isaacson (8th year) Student Managers: Corey Rastello (3rd year) / Tony Stromer (1st year) Captain: John Schwarz Assistant Captain: Geoff Kinrade

Geographical Breakdown

Pronunciation Guide

United States Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, Washington

14 5 3 2 1

Canada Alberta British Columbia Ontario Quebec

12 5 3 2 2

Norway

1

Class Breakdown Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen

9 5 4 9

Position Breakdown Forward Defense Goaltender

16 8 3

Ryan Angelow Ryan Bunger Deron Cousens Ricky Doriott Alex Gagne Malcolm Gwilliam Eric Kattelus Geoff Kinrade John Kivisto Mikael Lickteig Peter Rohn John Schwarz Seth Soley Justin St. Louis Eli Vlaisavljevich

ANN-guh-low Bung-GRR Cous-ins Door-E-ot GONE-yay GWILL-um Cat-a-lys Kin-raid Kiv-is-toe Lick-TIE Rone Shworts SO-lee Saint Lou-is vlie-SAHV-la-vich

Last Team (League) Waterloo (USHL) Champlain Coll. Chicago (USHL) Grande Prairie (AJHL) Fort McMurray (AJHL) Omaha (USHL) Cowichan Valley (BCHL) Oakville (OPJHL) Camrose (AJHL) Indiana (USHL) Waterloo (USHL) Cowichan (BCHL) Cowichan Valley (BCHL) Calgary (AJHL) Lincoln (USHL) Bozeman (NAHL) Olds (AJHL) North Iowa (NAHL) Mahoning Valley (NAHL) Green Mountain (EJHL) Penticton (BCHL) Trail (BCHL) Springfield (NAHL) Sioux City (USHL) Ohio (USHL) Alexandria (NAHL) Fort McMurray (AJHL)

Alphabetical Roster No. 13 22 21 26 31 5 23 18 9 15 12 28 24 33 7 14 37 16 17 30 25 19 10 11 27 8 20

Name Ryan Angelow Jordan Baker Ryan Bunger Deron Cousens Corson Cramer Drew Dobson Ricky Doriott Alex Gagne Malcolm Gwilliam Eric Kattelus Geoff Kinrade Derek Kitti John Kivisto Mikael Lickteig Alex Lord Alex MacLeod Rob Nolan Brett Olson Bryce Reddick Josh Robinson Peter Rohn Bennett Royer John Schwarz Seth Soley Justin St. Louis Mike VanWagner Eli Vlaisavljevich

Pos C W/C W D G D D C W W/C D W D/F W W W G C W G W W/C D W C D D

Yr Sr So Jr So Fr Jr Fr Sr Sr So Sr Sr Jr Fr Sr Fr Sr Fr Fr Fr Fr So Sr Fr Sr Jr Jr

Michigan Technological University 49


9

14 12

37 19 10

27 22

18

21

16

28 15 8

23 11

20

7 30

26 13

24 17

No. 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Name Drew Dobson Alex Lord Mike VanWagner Malcolm Gwilliam John Schwarz (C) Seth Soley Geoff Kinrade (AC) Ryan Angelow Alex MacLeod Eric Kattelus Brett Olson Bryce Reddick Alex Gagne Bennett Royer

50 Michigan Technological University

5

31

Hometown Palatine, Ill. Magog, Quebec Traverse City, Mich. Kamloops, British Columbia Calgary, Alberta Elk Mound, Wis. Nelson, British Columbia Mississauga, Ontario Nelson, British Columbia Houghton, Mich. Superior, Wis. Las Vegas, Nev. Rock Forest, Quebec Calgary, Alberta

No. 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 37

Name Eli Vlaisavljevich Ryan Bunger Jordan Baker Ricky Doriott John Kivisto Peter Rohn Deron Cousens Justin St. Louis Derek Kitti Josh Robinson Corson Cramer Mikael Lickteig Rob Nolan

Hometown Shoreview, Minn. Sammamish, Wash. Chestermere, Alberta Blaine, Minn. Milford, Mich. Vettre, Norway Georgetown, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Laurium, Mich. Frankenmuth, Mich. Colorado Springs, Colo. Little Falls, Minn. Sherwood Park, Alberta


Strong Start to Season Michigan Tech took advantage of opening the season with six straight home games by winning four of them. The Huskies defeated Lake Superior State, 4-3, in front of a national television audience on ESPNU. The Black and Gold then followed up with a series sweep of Minnesota State (2-0, 7-1) to open play in the tough Western Collegiate Hockey Association. The Huskies solid play continued as they were the first to knock off No. 1 North Dakota. Tech defeated the eventual NCAA Tournament participant 3-1. Runner-up Finish at Great Lakes Invitational The Huskies posted a runnerup finish at the Great Lakes Invitational in 2007­—their best finish since 2000 when they also finished second. Tech posted a convincing 4-1 win over defending national champion Michigan State in the semifinal. The championship game saw the Huskies hold No. 1 Michigan scoreless for over 80 minutes before falling in double overtime.

to force game two to overtime. Shelast followed up with the game-winner on the power play less than two minutes into overtime to send the series to a third game. Shelast gave the Huskies an early 1-0 lead in the final game, but North Dakota answered with a pair of goals to take the series, 2-1. Players Picking Up The Mutliples Michigan Tech had 12 players record 34 multiple point games. Senior Peter Rouleau led the team with seven mutli-point games and senior Tyler Shelast had six. Working Hard in The Classroom Michigan Tech proved that it is not only a strong team on the ice but in the classroom as well. The Huskies tied with a league-best nine players named to the WCHA Academic Team. Tech also had six players named WCHA ScholarAthletes, second most on in the league.

Playing At The Next Level Four players took their games to the next level after signing contracts with professional teams. Junior Michael-Lee Teslak bypassed his senior year by Sweep in Pennsylvania signing a free agent contract with Senior Peter Rouleau The Huskies continued their the Philadelphia Flyers. He posted success from the GLI as they a 2-2-0 record in six career games faced off against Mercyhurst Jan. 4-5 for their final nonfor the Philadelphia Phantoms of the American Hockey League conference match of the season. Freshman Deron Cousens following his time in Houghton. tallied three assists to lead the Huskies to the series sweep (3-2, Senior Tyler Shelast signed a free-agent contract with the 5-1). Dallas Stars. He scored one goal and added one assist in eleven games with the Iowa Stars of the AHL. Hat Trick for Rouleau Senior Jimmy Kerr signed a free-agent contract with the Senior Peter Rouleau scored the team’s lone hat trick of the Idaho Steelheads of the East Coast Hockey League, an affiliate season in a 5-2 home win over No. 12 Minnesota Duluth. The of the Dallas Stars. He suffered a shoulder injury at the end Hancock, Mich., native scored a short-handed, power play and of the WCHA regular season and will make his debut with the empty net goal for the second hat trick of his career. Steelheads during the 2008-09 season. Senior Peter Rouleau also signed a free-agent contract with Pushing It to The Limit the Texas Brahmas of the Central Hockey League. The Huskies were faced with a tough challenge in the WCHA Senior Kevin Hachey graduated with a degree in civil Playoffs traveling to No. 2 North Dakota. After dropping game engineering and accepted a job with Kiewit Engineering Co. in one, senior Tyler Shelast scored with just six seconds remaining Omaha, Neb., working as an estimator.

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5-Drew Dobson

7-Alex Lord

8-Mike VanWagner

9-Malcolm Gwilliam

10-John Schwarz

11-Jordan Foote

12-Geoff Kinrade

13-Ryan Angelow

14-Peter Rouleau

15-Eric Kattelus

16-Bennett Royer

18-Alex Gagne

Date Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 Jan. 12 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16

4-Mark Malekoff

Opponent Northern Michigan Lake Superior State Minnesota State * Minnesota State * North Dakota * North Dakota * (HF) at Wisconsin * at Wisconsin * St. Cloud State * St. Cloud State * at Minnesota Duluth * at Minnesota Duluth * at Minnesota * at Minnesota * at Northern Michigan Northern Michigan vs. Michigan State ^ vs. Michigan ^ at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst at North Dakota * at North Dakota * Colorado College * Colorado College * at Alaska Anchorage * at Alaska Anchorage * Wisconsin * (WC) Wisconsin * (WC) Minnesota Duluth * Minnesota Duluth * at St. Cloud State * at St. Cloud State * Denver * Denver * at Minnesota State * at Minnesota State * WCHA Playoffs WCHA Playoffs WCHA Playoffs

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-2--2 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-2--2 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-2--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P DNP 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-1--1 DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP

G-A--P DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 2-3--5 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-2--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-3--3 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-2--2 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-1--1 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-2--2 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 2-0--2 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0 1-1--2 1-1--2 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-2--3 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 3-2--5 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-1--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 2-1--3 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1

Home Games in Bold *WCHA Games ^42nd annual Great Lakes Invitational (Detroit, Mich.) (HF) Hall of Fame Game (WC) Winter Carnival

52 Michigan Technological University


20-Eli Vlaisavljevich

21-Ryan Bunger

22-Jordan Baker

23-Tyler Shelast

24-Jake Wilkens

25-John Kivisto

26-Deron Cousens

27-Justin St. Louis

28-Derek Kitti

29-Michael -Lee Teslak

33-Kevin Hachey

37-Rob Nolan

Date Oct. 12 Oct. 14 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Oct. 27 Nov. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 16 Nov. 17 Nov. 30 Dec. 1 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 28 Dec. 29 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 Jan. 12 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 29 Mar. 1 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 14 Mar. 15 Mar. 16

19-Jimmy Kerr

Opponent Northern Michigan Lake Superior State Minnesota State * Minnesota State * North Dakota * North Dakota * (HF) at Wisconsin * at Wisconsin * St. Cloud State * St. Cloud State * at Minnesota Duluth * at Minnesota Duluth * at Minnesota * at Minnesota * at Northern Michigan Northern Michigan vs. Michigan State ^ vs. Michigan ^ at Mercyhurst at Mercyhurst at North Dakota * at North Dakota * Colorado College * Colorado College * at Alaska Anchorage * at Alaska Anchorage * Wisconsin * (WC) Wisconsin * (WC) Minnesota Duluth * Minnesota Duluth * at St. Cloud State * at St. Cloud State * Denver * Denver * at Minnesota State * at Minnesota State * WCHA Playoffs WCHA Playoffs WCHA Playoffs

G-A--P 0-0--0 1-1--2 1-0--1 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 2-0--2 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-3--3 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0

G-A--P DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-1--1 DNP DNP DNP

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-1--1 DNP 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0

G-A--P 2-0--2 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 1-0--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 1-0--1 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 2-1--3 0-0--0 1-0--1 1-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-1--2 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-2--2 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 2-0--2 1-0--1

G-A--P 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A--P DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 DNP 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

G-A--P 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 DNP 0-2--2 0-1--1 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A--P 0-0--0 DNP DNP 1-1--2 0-1--1 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

G-A--P DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-1--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 1-0--1 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0 DNP 0-0--0 0-0--0 0-0--0

GA-Sv 3-16 DNP 0-23 DNP 1-26 0-8 2-30 3-30 DNP DNP 1-27 2-26 2-26 3-34 1-29 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-28 DNP 3-15 DNP 1-22 DNP 2-20 3-22 4-22 1-14 1-21 1-32 5-23 2-23 4-27 2-24 2-22

GA-Sv DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

GA-Sv DNP 3-14 DNP 1-35 DNP 6-19 DNP DNP 5-23 3-13 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-13 1-29 1-45 2-20 1-22 4-23 4-17 DNP 2-33 1-12 2-20 DNP 4-23 DNP DNP DNP 2-16 DNP DNP 0-13 DNP DNP DNP DNP

Home Games in Bold *WCHA Games ^42nd annual Great Lakes Invitational (Detroit, Mich.) (HF) Hall of Fame Game (WC) Winter Carnival

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2007-08 Schedule and Results Date

Opponent

Result

Shots MTU-OPP

Power Play MTU-OPP

Penalties MTU-OPP

Overall

WCHA

Attend.

Oct. 12

Northern Michigan

L, 2-3

22-19

2-8/1-6

7-14/9-18

0-1-0

0-0-0

4,154

Goalie of Record Teslak (0-1-0)

Oct. 14

Lake Superior State

W, 4-3

17-25

2-6/0-4

5-10/7-14

1-1-0

0-0-0

2,661

Nolan (1-0-0)

Oct. 19

Minnesota State *

W, 2-0

32-23

0-7/0-6

7-14/7-14

2-1-0

1-0-0

2,462

Teslak (1-1-0)

Oct. 20

Minnesota State *

W, 7-1

30-36

0-5/3-6

8-16/11-22

3-1-0

2-0-0

2,645

Nolan (2-0-0)

Oct. 26

#1 North Dakota *

W, 3-1

16-27

1-5/0-2

5-10/8-16

4-1-0

3-0-0

2,671

Teslak (2-1-0)

Oct. 27

#1 North Dakota * (HF)

L, 0-6

27-33

0-7/3-8

16-32/14-28

4-2-0

3-1-0

2,805

Nolan (2-1-0)

Nov. 2

at #9 Wisconsin *

W, 4-2

27-32

2-4/0-3

5-10/6-12

5-2-0

4-1-0

12,201

Teslak (3-1-0)

Nov. 3

at #9 Wisconsin *

L, 2-4

20-34

0-4/1-3

3-6/4-8

5-3-0

4-2-0

13,841

Teslak (3-2-0)

Nov. 9

#17 St. Cloud State *

L, 2-5

23-28

1-5/3-5

7-14/6-12

5-4-0

4-3-0

2,890

Nolan (2-2-0)

Nov. 10

#17 St. Cloud State *

L, 1-4

25-17

0-1/0-3

3-6/1-2

5-5-0

4-4-0

2,775

Nolan (2-3-0)

Nov. 16

at #17 Minnesota Duluth *

T, 1-1

27-28

1-3/0-3

4-8/4-8

5-6-0

4-5-0

4.521

Teslak (3-2-1)

L, 1-4

40-30

1-4/0-4

6-12/5-10

5-6-1

4-5-1

4,486

Teslak (3-3-1)

W, 3-2 OT

38-28

0-4/1-6

6-12/5-10

6-6-1

5-5-1

10,007

Teslak (4-3-1)

at #14 Minnesota *

L, 1-3

19-37

0-5/0-3

4-19/5-10

6-7-1

5-6-1

9,987

Teslak (4-4-1)

at Northern Michigan

T, 1-1

30-9

0-4/0-5

14-72/10-42

6-7-2

5-6-1

3,475

Teslak (4-4-2)

Nov. 17

at #17 Minnesota Duluth *

Nov. 30

at #14 Minnesota *

Dec. 1 Dec. 14 Dec. 15

Northern Michigan

L, 0-2

35-15

0-3/0-1

1-2/3-6

6-8-2

5-6-1

3,232

Nolan (2-4-0)

Dec. 28

vs. #5 Michigan State ^

W, 4-1

29-30

1-1/0-4

6-12/3-6

7-8-2

5-6-1

14,783

Nolan (3-4-0)

Dec . 29

vs. #1 Michigan ^

L, 0-1 2OT

37-46

0-5/0-8

11-22/8-16

7-9-2

5-6-1

17,281

Nolan (3-5-0)

Jan. 4

at Mercyhurst

W, 3-2

38-22

1-7/1-5

8-16/10-20

8-9-2

5-6-1

594

Nolan (4-5-0)

Jan. 5

at Mercyhurst

W, 5-1

29-23

2-7/0-5

7-25/8-16

9-9-2

5-6-1

631

Nolan (5-5-0)

Jan. 11

at #8 North Dakota *

L, 1-4

15-27

0-5/1-5

11-22/11-22

9-10-2

5-7-1

11,730

Nolan (5-6-0)

Jan. 12

at #8 North Dakota *

L, 1-4

18-21

0-5/2-3

3-6/5-10

9-11-2

5-8-1

11,693

Nolan (5-7-0)

Jan. 25

#3 Colorado College *

T, 2-2

33-30

0-3/1-4

7-14/6-12

9-11-3

5-8-2

2,107

Teslak (4-4-3)

Jan. 26

#3 Colorado College *

W, 5-2

19-35

1-3/1-3

5-10/5-10

10-11-3

6-8-2

3,045

Nolan (6-7-0)

Feb. 1

at Alaska Anchorage *

L, 0-4

18-31

0-5/1-5

9-18/9-18

10-12-3

6-9-2

4,880

Teslak (4-5-3)

Feb. 2

at Alaska Anchorage *

T, 2-2

29-22

0-4/0-2

4-8/6-12

10-12-4

6-9-3

3,282

Nolan (6-7-1)

Feb. 8

#11 Wisconsin * (WC)

T, 1-1

20-23

0-6/0-7

11-22/10-20

10-12-5

6-9-4

3,883

Teslak (4-5-4)

Feb. 9

#11 Wisconsin * (WC)

L, 1-4

28-27

1-6/1-5

7-14/8-16

10-13-5

6-10-4

3,571

Nolan (6-8-1)

Feb. 15

#12 Minnesota Duluth *

W, 5-2

27-22

1-6/1-6

9-18/9-18

11-13-5

7-10-4

2,137

Teslak (5-5-4)

Feb. 16

#12 Minnesota Duluth *

L, 2-3

17-25

1-4/1-5

5-21/4-8

11-14-5

7-11-4

2,915

Teslak (5-6-4) Teslak(5-7-4)

Feb. 22

at #16 St. Cloud State *

L,1-4

29-26

1-5/3-5

11-22/12-35

11-15-5

7-12-4

6,057

Feb. 23

at #16 St. Cloud State *

L,0-3

37-33

0-4/1-5

8-27/7-25

11-16-5

7-13-4

6052

Nolan(6-9-1)

Feb. 29

#7 Denver *

L, 0-1

21-22

0-4/1-6

8-16/6-12

11-17-5

7-14-4

2,253

Teslak (5-8-4)

Mar. 1

#7 Denver *

W, 2-1

21-33

0-3/1-8

10-23/9-29

12-17-5

8-14-4

2,253

Teslak (6-8-4)

Mar. 7

at #9 Minnesota State *

L, 2-5

33-41

1-6/1-6

6-12/6-12

12-18-5

8-15-4

4,201

Teslak (6-9-4)

Mar. 8

at #9 Minnesota State *

W, 3-2

33-25

1-4/1-3

12-24/13-37

13-18-5

9-15-4

4,226

Mar. 14

at #2 North Dakota

L, 0-4

14-31

0-6/1-6

6-12/7-14

13-19-5

9-15-4

11,572

Teslak (7-10-4)

Mar. 15

at #2 North Dakota

W, 3-2 OT

26-26

2-5/0-6

7-14/6-12

14-19-5

9-15-4

11,638

Teslak (8-10-4)

Mar. 16

at #2 North Dakota

L, 2-1

11-24

0-3/0-2

5-18/5-10

14-20-5

9-15-4

11,639

Teslak (8-11-4)

Home Games in Bold $-Superior Showcase, *-WCHA Games, ^-43rd annual Great Lakes Invitational (Detroit, Mich.), (HF)-Hall of Fame Game, (WC)-Winter Carnival

54 Michigan Technological University

Teslak (7-9-4)


Game One Oct. 12, 2007—at MacInnes Student Ice Arena (4,154) Northern Michigan Michigan Tech

2 1

0 1

1 0

— —

3 2

1st: NM-Sirotal (1) (Sarauer, Fernandez); 7:55 MT-Shelast (1) (Dobson); PP-11:59 NM-Brown (1) (none); SH-13:24 2nd: MT-Shelast (2) (Kinrde, Dobson); PP-13:24 3rd: NM-Miller (1) (Sirota, Butcher); PP-3:43 * Penalties: NM 9-18, MT 7-14 Power Plays: NM 1-6, MT 2-8 Saves: NM-Stewart (10-5-5--20); 59:26 MT-Teslak (3-7-6--16); 59:58 Shots: NM 5-7-7--19, MT 11-6-5--22 Officials: Ref-Dan Carey, Karl Olm; AR-Dan Dineen, Sean Jacques *Game-winning Goal Notes: The game was part of the Superior Showcase which featured the four schools on Lake Superior (Minnesota Duluth, Michigan Tech, Northern Michigan and Lake Superior State). Tyler Shelast scored a pair of power play goals for the Huskies. Michigan Tech finished the night 2-8 (.250) on the power play.

Game Two Oct. 14, 2007—at MacInnes Sudent Ice Arena (2,661) Lake Superior State Michigan Tech

1 2

2 1

0 1

— —

3 4

1st: MT-Shelast (3) (Dobson, Kerr); PP-4:54 MT-Angelow (1) (Bunger, Malekoff ); 7:58 LS-Gysbers (1) (none); 19:59 2nd: LS-Sellers (1) (Nehring, Eves); 7:41 LS-Perkovich (2) (Sim, Schofield); 9:50 MT-Foote (1) (Gagne, Cousens); PP-18:31 3rd: MT-Kerr (1) (Kattelus, Foote); 3:39 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Oct. 19, 2007—at MacInnes Sudent Ice Arena (2,462)

1st: MT-Lord (1) (Bunger); 16:09* 2nd: MT-Kerr (2) (Rouleau, Baker); 12:10 3rd: None Penalties:

Game Four Oct. 20, 2007—at MacInnes Sudent Ice Arena (2,645) Minnesota State Michigan Tech

0 4

0 1

1 2

— —

1 7

— —

0 2

Oct. 27, 2007—at MacInnes Sudent Ice Arena (2,805) North Dakota Michigan Tech

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

*Game-winning Goal

MS-11-22, MT-8-16 MS-0-5, MT-3-6 MS-Tormey (7-0-0--7); 20:00 MS-Zacharias (0-7-9--16); 40:00 MT-Nolan (13-10-12--35); 60:00 MS 13-10-13--36, MT 11-8-11--30 Ref-Jon Campion AR-Dan Dineer, Ed Moberg

North Dakota Michigan Tech

1 1

0 2

4 0

0 0

— —

6 0

ND-14-28, MT-16-32 ND-3-8, MT-0-7 ND-Lamoureux (10-8-9--27); 60:00 MT-Nolan (8-11-0--19); 39:58 MT-Teslak (0-0-8--8); 20:00 ND 10-15-8--33, MT 10-8-9--27 Ref-Marco Hunt AR-Damon Beiring, Ed Moberg

Notes: T.J. Oshie scored a hat-trick for North Dakota.

Game Seven Nov. 2, 2007—at Kohl Center (12,201) Michigan Tech Wisconsin

0 0

2 0

1st: ND-Oshie (2) (Bina, Chorney); PP-5:42* ND-VandeVelde (2) (Duncan); 10:28 2nd: ND-Oshie (3) (Duncan, VandeVelde); 6:08 ND-Oshie (4) (Bina, Duncan); PP-13:34 ND-Frattin (3) (Watkins); 16:17 ND-Kozek (4) (Genoway, Chorney); PP-19:41 3rd: None

1st: MT-Baker (1) (Rouleau, Kinrade); 2:09 MT-Angelow (2) (Lord, St. Louis); 13:07* MT-Rouleau (1) (Kinrade, Gwilliam); PP-17:59 MT-Gwilliam (1) (Royer, Malekoff ); 19:58 2nd: MT-Gwilliam (2) (Rouleau, Kinrade); PP-12:56 3rd: MS-Bruess (1) (none); 1:43 MT-Kattelus (1) (Gwilliam, Dobson); 7:53 MT-St. Louis (1) (Gwilliam, Kattelus); PP-15:10

Oct. 26, 2007—at MacInnes Sudent Ice Arena (2,671)

Game Three

0 0

Notes: Alex Lord scored his first goal of the season —the eventual game winner—for the Huskies as they defeated Minnesota State in the WCHA opener for both schools. Michael-Lee Teslak recorded the fifth shutout of his career.

Game Five

Notes: Tyler Shelast scored his third power play goal of the weekend. Simon Gysbers scored a goal from the blueline with one second remaining in the first period. Jimmy Kerr tallied the game winner at 3:39 of the third on a great feed from rookie Eric Kattelus.

0 1

Game Six

*Game-winning Goal

Notes: Malcolm Gwilliam recorded a career high in goals (2), assists (3) and points (5). Eric Kattelus scored his first career goal for Michigan Tech and added one assist. The seven goals were the most that the Huskies scored since Oct. 27, 2006, when they defeated Alaska Anchorage, 9-0. The sweep at home was the first since Feb. 23 and 24 against Wisconsin (2-0, 4-2).

*Game-winning Goal

0 1

Notes: Drew Dobson scored the game-winning goal at 9:56 of the third period to defeat No. 1 North Dakota. Jimmy Kerr added an empty net goal with 39 seconds remaining. The win was the third straight against the Sioux dating back to last season.

MS 0-7, MTU 0-6 MS-Zacharias (0-0-0); 59:54 MT-Teslak (1-1-0); 59:55 MS-(9-5-9--23), MT-12-14-6--32) Ref-Jon Campion AR-Dan Dineen, Ed Moberg

*Game-winning Goal

LS 7-14, MT 5-10 LS 0-4, MT 2-6 LS-Inglis (0-1-1); 59:20 MT-Nolan (1-0-0); 59:53 LS (8-7-2--17), MT (9-9-7--25) Ref-Dan Carey, Karl Olm AR-Dean Dieneen, Sean Jacques

Minnesota State Michigan Tech

Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

— —

1 3

2 1

1 1

1 0

— —

4 2

1st: UW-Klubertanz (3) (Bendickson, Gorowsky); 4:54 MT-Kerr (4) (Kinrade, Dobson); PP-13:39 MT-Kerr (5) (Dobson, Shelast); EX-19:18 2nd: MT-Kinrade (1) (Teslak); PP-2:39* UW-Drewiske (1) (Street, Goloubef ); 11:34 3rd: MT-Shelast (4); EN-18:46 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-5-10, UW-6-12 MT-2-4, UW-0-3 MT-Teslak (15-8-7--30) UW-Connelly (10-10-3--23) MT (12-11-4--27) UW (16-9-7--32) Ref-Todd Anderson AR-Ed Moberg, Dan Kerry

*Game-winning Goal 1st: None 2nd: MT-Royer (1) (Baker, Gwilliam); PP-5:20 ND-Kozek (3) (Genoway, Chorney); 14:16 3rd: MT-Dobson (1) (St. Louis, Bunger); 9:56* MT-Kerr (3) (Foote); EN-19:21 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Notes: The Huskies moved into sole position of the WCHA lead with the win. Senior Jimmy Kerr led Tech with a pair of goals. Goalie Michael-Lee Teslak recorded an assist on Geoff Kinrade’s first goal of the season.

ND-8-16, MT-5-10 ND-0-2, MT-1-5 ND-Lamoureux (4-5-4--13); 59:18 MT-Teslak (7-5-14--26); 60:00 ND 7-6-14--27, MT 4-6-6--16 Ref-Marco Hunt AR-Damon Beiring, Ed Moberg

*Game-winning Goal

MS 7-14, MT 7-14

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Game Eight Nov. 3, 2007—at Kohl Center (13,841) Michigan Tech Wisconsin

0 0

1 1

1 3

— —

2 4

Saves: Shots: Officials:

1st: UM-Wheeler (6) (Barriball, Gordon); 5:33 UM-Flynn (3) (Lucia, Peltier); PP-9:14 2nd: MT-Schwarz (1) (Rouleau, Gwilliam); 7:17 3rd: MT-Cousens (1) (none); 14:41 OT: MT-Gagne (1) (none); 1:14*

SC-Weslosky (6-9-9--24) MT-Nolan (4-7-2--13) SC-(6-8-3--17) MT-(6-10-9--25) Ref-B, Mason, B. Albers AR-Damon Beiring, Ed Moberg

*Game-winning Goal 1st: None 2nd: MT-Foote (2) (Kerr, Kattelus); 00:24 UW-Dolan (2) (Ford, Mitchell); 2:03 3rd: UW-Klubertanz (4) (Turris, Street); 9:38 UW-Goloubef (1) (Klubertanz, Johnson); PP-15:38* MT-Shelast (5) (Kinrade, Dobson); EX-18:07 UW-McDonagh (2) (none); EN-19:59

Notes: Rob Nolan recorded his first back-to-back starts of the season for the Huskies.

Game Eleven Nov. 16, 2007—DECC (4,521)

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-6-12, UM-5-10 MT-0-4, UM-1-6 MT-Teslak (8-6-12-0--26) UM-SKangas (12-14-9-0--35) MT-(12-15-10-1--38) UM-(10-6-12-0--28) Ref-Don Adam, Max Battimo AR-Jerome Krieger, Tony Lancette

*Game-winning Goal Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Michigan Tech Minnesota Duluth

MT-3-6, UW-4-8 MT-0-4, UW-1-3 MT-Teslak (9-10-11--30) UW-Connelly (4-7-7--18) MT (4-8-8--20) UW (9-11-14--34) Ref-Todd Anderson AR-Ed Moberg, Dan Kerry

Notes: Michael-Lee Teslak made his first start of the season in back-to-back games.

Game Nine Nov. 9, 2007—at MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,890) 1 0

3 1

1 1

— —

5 2

Notes: Peter Rouleau recorded his first multi-goal game since he scored a hat trick at Alaska Anchorage on Oct. 27, 2006.

Game Ten Nov. 10, 2007—MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,775) 1 1

1 0

— —

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

— 1 — 1

4 1

1st: SC-Stephenson (1) (Lasch, Peckskamp); 11:38 SC-Roe (7) (Nodl, Stephenson); 19:48* 2nd: MT-Baker (2) (Schwarz, Lord); 10:19 SC-Oslund (1) (Raboin); 10:49 3rd: SC-Lasch (8) (none); 18:46 Penalties: SC-1-2, MT-3-6 Power Plays: SC-0-3, MT-0-1

56 Michigan Technological University

0 2

1 2

Game Fourteen

— —

Dec. 01, 2007—Mariucci Arena (9,987)

Michigan Tech Minnesota 1st: 2nd: 3rd:

Notes: Senior Tyler Shelast tied the game with his power play goal at 17:13 of the second period. The tie was the second straight that Teslak and Stalock have recorded against each other.

0 0

Notes: Junior John Schwarz and freshman Deron Cousens scored their first career goals and junior Alex Gagne tallied his first goal of the season in the win. The Huskies advanced their record to 4-1 in last five games at Mariucci.

MT-4-8, MD-4-8 MT-1-3, MD-0-3 MT-Teslak (8-6-10-3--27) MD-Stalock (8-9-4-5--26) MT-(8-10-4-5--27) MD-(9-6-10-3--28) Ref-Derek Shepherd AR-Jonathan Morrison, Jeff Schwartz

Michigan Tech Minnesota Duluth

*Game-winning Goal

2 0

0 0

Nov. 17, 2007—DECC (4,486)

SC-6-12, MT-7-14 SC-3-5, MT-1-5 SC-Weslosky (4-6-11--21) MT-Nolan (11-5-7--23) SC-(12-8-8--28) MT-(4-7-12--23) Ref-B. Mason, B. Albers AR-Ed Moberg, Damon Beiring

St. Cloud State Michigan Tech

0 0

Game Twelve

1st: SC-Lasch (6) (Roe, Raboin); PP-14:20 2nd: SC-Nodl (4) (Roe, Brocklehurst); PP-1:02 SC-Lasch (7) (Nodl, Roe); PP-6:53* MT-Rouleau (2) (Kinrade, Gwilliam); PP-9:59 SC-Olson (2) (Marvin); 12:37 3rd: MT-Rouleau (3) (Baker, Shelast); 7:36 SC-Volpei (1) (Borgen, Peckskamp); 14:57 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

1 0

1st: MD-Meyers (2) (Gergen, Sharp); 9:10 2nd: MT-Shelast (6) (Rouleau, Karr); PP-17:13 3rd: None OT: None

*Game-winning Goal

St. Cloud State Michigan Tech

0 1

1 4

1 1

0 1

0 1

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-4-19, UM-5-10 MT-0-5, UM-0-4 MT-Teslak (7-15-12--34) UM-Frazee (5-11-2--18) MT-(6-11-2--19) UM-(8-16-13--37) Ref-Don Adam, Max Battimo AR-Jerome Krieger, Tony Lancette

*Game-winning Goal

Game Fifteen

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

1st: MT-Gwilliam (3) (none); 9:23 2nd: NM-Siddall (5) (Cosgrove, Sirota); 18:32 3rd: None OT: None

Dec. 14, 2007—Berry Events Center (3,475) Michigan Tech Northern Michigan

MT-6-12, MD-5-10 MT-1-4, MD-0-4 MT-Teslak (9-8-9--26) MD-Stalock (16-18-5--39) MT-(16-18-6--40) MD-(9-10-11--30) Ref-Derek Shepherd AR-Jonathan Morrison, Jeff Schwartz

Notes: Senior Tyler Shelast scored his second straight power play goal of the night. The Huskies recorded a season-high 40 shots in the game. Tech held Minnesota Duluth 0-7 on the power play for the weekend.

Game Thirteen

1 0

1 0

1 0

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

1 0

0 1

0 0

0 0

— 1 — 1

MT-14-72, NM-10-42 MT-0-4, NM-0-5 MT-Teslak (1-6-1-0--8) NM-Stewart (11-4-14-0--29) MT-(12-4-14-0--30) NM-(1-7-1-0--9) Ref-Ryan Gordon AR-Eric Froberg, Tony Paquette

Notes: Northern Michigan finished the night with a school record low nine shots.

Nov. 30, 2007—Mariucci Arena (10,007) 0 2

1 3

UM-Howe (2) (Okposo, Wehrs); 2:03 MT-Rouleau (4) (Shelast, Kivisto); 8:47 UM-Howe (3) (Bickel, Gordon); 11:03* UM-Okposo (6) (Flynn, Fairchild); 5:01

1st: None 2nd: MD-Fulton (4) (Meyers, Gawryletz); 7:16 MD-Meyers (3) (Palm, Sharp); EX-18:17 * 3rd: MT-Shelast (7) (Dobson); PP-7:49 MD-Garrison (3) (Meyers); EN-19:38 MD-Gergen (2) (Garrison, Stalock); EN-19:54

Michigan Tech Minnesota

— —

Game Sixteen — 3 — 2

Dec. 15, 2007—MacInnes Student Ice Arena (3,232) Northern Michigan Michigan Tech

0 0

2 0

0 0

— —

2 0


Game Nineteen

1st: None 2nd: NM-Kaunisto (4) (Butcher, Hanson); 5:55* NM-Sarauer (2) (Brown, Sirota); 17:29 3rd: None Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Jan. 4, 2008—Mercyhurst Ice Arena (594) Michigan Tech Mercyhurst

NM-3-6, MT-1-2 NM-0-1, MT-0-3 NM-Stewart (10-18-7--35) MT-Nolan (6-5-2--13) NM-(6-7-2--15) MT-(10-18-7--35) Ref-Brad Albers AR-Damon Beiring, Ed Moberg

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Notes: Michigan Tech was shutout for just the second time this season.

Game Seventeen Dec. 28, 2007—Joe Louis Arena (14,783) 1 1

0 1

0 2

— —

1 4

Game Eighteen Dec. 29, 2007—Joe Louis Arena (17,281) 0 0

0 0

1 0

— 1 — 0

1st: None 2nd: None 3rd: None 1OT: None 2OT: UM-Turnbull (7) (Vaughan, Naurato); 2:32* Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

3 2

UM-8-16, MT-11-22 UM-0-8, MT-0-5 UM-Sauer (12-10-6-9-0--37) MT-Nolan (13-6-12-12-2--45) UM-(13-6-12-12-3--46) MT-(12-10-6-9-0--37) Ref-Matt Shegos AR-John Philo, Bruce Vida

*Game-winning Goal Notes: Senior forward Tyler Shelast and junior defenseman Geoff Kinrade were named to the GLI All-Tournament Team. Michigan Tech made its first appearance in GLI Championship since 2000.

2 0

Jan. 12, 2008—Ralph Engelstad Arena (11,693) Michigan Tech North Dakota

2 0

— —

5 1

— —

1 4

MT-3-6, ND-5-10 MT-0-5, ND-2-3 MT-Nolan (5-8-4--17) ND-Lamoureux (6-5-6--17) MT-(6-5-7--18) ND-(7-9-5--21) Ref-Jon Campion AR-Nathan Freeman, Kile Bergren

Jan. 11, 2008—Ralph Engelstad Arena (11,730) 0 1

— —

1st: ND-Trupp (4) (Frattin, Marto); 17:10 2nd: MT-Rouleau (8) (Cousens, Dobson); 00:46 ND-Finley (2) (Genoway, VandeVelde); 10:53* ND-Watkins (5) (Chorney, VandeVelde); 11:50 3rd: ND-Chorney (1) (Oshie, Duncan); PP-1:24 MT-11-22, ND-11-22 MT-0-5, 1-5 MT-Nolan (9-3-11--23) ND-Lamoureux (6-1-7--14)

Notes: Sophomore Drew Dobson finished the weekend with one goal and one assist.

Game Twenty Three

1 1

0 0

1 1

0 0

— 2 — 2

1st: CC-Schultz (4) (DeBoer, Walsky); 6:27 MT-Angelow (4) (Bunger, Kitti); 9:00 2nd: None 3rd: MT-Kerr (8) (Cousens, Royer); 4:01 CC-Testwuide (2) (Vlassopo, Hillen); 12:02 OT: None

Game Twenty One

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves:

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Colorado College Michigan Tech

Notes: For the second straight night, senior Peter Rouleau scored a goal and an assist to lead the Huskies.

1 2

1 1

Jan. 25, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,107)

*Game-winning Goal

0 1

0 1

*Game-winning Goal

MT-7-25, MC-8-16 MT-2-7, MC-0-5 MT-Nolan (5-11-6--22) MC-Lundin (7-8-9--24) MT-(8-10-11--29) MC-(6-11-6--23) Ref-Jeff Zelasko, Joe Carusone AR-Jon Ammann

Michigan Tech North Dakota

0 2

1st: ND-Radke (1) (Chorney, Bina); 7:21 ND-Genoway (3) (Lamoureux); PP-14:11* 2nd: ND-VandeVelde (8) (Trupp); 15:04 3rd: MT-Dobson (2) (Schwarz, Baker); 2:49 ND-Chorney (2) (Oshie, Duncan); 9:28

1st: MT-Shelast (11) (Rouleau); 10:02 MC-Cottreau (7) (Robinson, Echternach); 18:43 2nd: MT-Kerr (7) (Shelast, Dobson); PP-16:22* MT-Rouleau (7) (none); SH-19:46 3rd: MT-Kitti (1) (Bunger, Angelow); 7:43 MT-Angelow (3) (Gwilliam, Cousens); PP-14:18 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

*Game-winning Goal

Game Twenty Two

*Game-winning Goal

1 1

MT-(6-2-7--15) ND-(10-5-12--27) Ref-Jon Campion AR-Nathan Freeman, Kile Bergren

Notes: Freshman Deron Cousens recorded his fourth assist in three games.

MT-8-16, MC-1-5 MT-1-7, MC-1-5 MT-Nolan (8-3-9--20) MC-Lundin (13-16-6--35) MT-(14-18-6--38) MC-(9-4-9--22) Ref-Jeff Zelasko, Joe Carusone AR-Jon Ammann

Michigan Tech Mercyhurst

Notes: Shelast scored two goals to boast his total to nine career goals in seven career games at the GLI.

0 0

— —

Jan. 5, 2008—Mercyhurst Ice Arena (631)

*Game-winning Goal

0 0

0 0

Game Twenty

MS-3-6, MT-6-12 MS-0-4, MT-1-1 MS-Lerg (14-6-5--25) MT-Nolan (12-10-7--29) MS-(13-10-7--30) MT-(15-7-7--29) Ref-Matt Shegos AR-John Philo, Bruce Vida

Michigan Michigan Tech

2 1

Notes: Senior Peter Rouleau scored a goal and an assist to lead the Huskies. Junior Alex Gagne scored his second game-winning goal of the season. Freshman Deron Cousens also tallied a season-high two assists in the game.

1st: MT-Shelast (8) (Kerr, Kinrade); PP-13:47 MS-Kennedy (13) (Abdelkade, Gentile); 15:06 2nd: MT-Rouleau (5) (Gwilliam, Shelast); 19:14* 3rd: MT-Shelast (9) (Gwilliam, Rouleau); EN-19:14 MT-Kerr (6) (Kinrade, Angelow); 19:33 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

1 1

1st: MT-Shelast (10) (Rouleau, Cousens); 16:09 MC-Cottreau (6) (Coccimiglio); 17:46 2nd: MT-Rouleau (6) (Kinrade, Kerr); PP-7:21 MC-Collins (1) (Cameron, Fennell); PP-9:54 MT-Gagne (2) (Cousens, St. Louis); 13:45* 3rd: None

*Game-winning Goal

Michigan State Michigan Tech

Shots: Officials:

1 4

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

CC-6-12, MT-7-14 CC-1-4, MT-0-3 MT-Teslak (9-12-7-0--28) CC-Bachman (4-16-7-4--31) CC-(10-12-8-0--30) MT-(5-16-8-4--33) Ref-Marco Hunt AR-Sean Jacques, Damon Beiring

Notes: Junior Michael-Lee Teslak made 28 saves and gave up two goals in his first start since Dec. 14th.

Game Twenty Four Jan. 26, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (3,045) Colorado College Michigan Tech

0 2

2 1

0 2

— —

2 5

1st: MT-Foote (3) (Royer, Kerr); 1:18 MT-Rouleau (9) (Dobson, Kerr); PP-13:56 2nd: CC-Prosser (3) (Hillen); 2:11 MT-Shelast (12) (Rouleau, Kerr); 13:26* CC-Kilpatrick (12) (Connelly, Prosser); 19:26 3rd: MT-Gwilliam (4) (Rouleau, Shelast); 13:33 MT-Bunger (1) (Baker, Dobson); 18:05

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Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Game Twenty Seven

CC-5-10, MT-5-10 CC-1-3, MT-1-3 MT-Nolan (9-15-9--33) CC-Bachman (4-6-4--14) CC-(9-17-9--35) MT-(6-7-6--19) Ref-Marco Hunt AR-Sean Jacques, Damon Beiring

Feb. 8, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (3,883) Wisconsin Michigan Tech

*Game-winning Goal Notes: With the win, the Huskies are the first team to record three points against Colorado College this season. Senior Jimmy Kerr (three assists) and senior Peter Rouleau (one goal, two assists) each finish with three points to lead the team.

Game Twenty Five Feb. 1, 2008— Sullivan Arena (4,880) Michigan Tech Alaska Anchorage

0 2

0 2

0 0

— —

0 4

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Notes: Senior Peter Rouleau recorded his second career hat trick and added two assists to finish with a career-high five points.

UW-10-20, MTU-11-22 UW-0-7, MT-0-6 UW-Connelly (7-2-9-1--19) MT-Teslak (6-5-9-2--22) UW-(6-5-10-2--23) MT-(7-3-9-1--20) Ref-Brian Thul AR-Sean Jacques, Damon Beiring

Game Thirty

Feb. 16, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,915) Minnesota Duluth Michigan Tech

*Game-tying Goal

2 0

0 1

2 0

Feb. 2, 2008— Sullivan Arena (3,282) — —

2 2

1st: None 2nd: AA-Tuton (2) (Cartwright, Crowder); 2:51 AA-Waldrop (6) (Crowder, Widmar); 6:03 3rd: MT-Baker (3) (Kattelus, Schwarz); 12:42 MT-Kitti (2) (Angelow); 15:29* Penalties: MT-4-8, AA-6-12 Power Plays: MT-0-4, AA-0-2 Saves: MT-Nolan (7-8-5-0--20) AA-Olthius (12-10-3-2--27) Shots: MT-(12-10-5-2--29) AA-(7-10-5-0--22) Officials: Ref-Derek Shepherd AR-Steve Glines, Scott Sivulich *Game-tying Goal Notes: Tech scored a pair of goals late in the second period, including the game-tying goal by junior Derek Kitti, as it skated to a 2-2 tie.

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

— —

4 1

— —

3 2

1st: MT-Shelast (13) (Kattelus, Kerr); PP-14:53 MD-Palm (2) (Unassisted); 17:35 2nd: MD-Fontaine (4) (Fulton, Sharp); PP-14:37 3rd: MT-Bunger (2) (Angelow, Vlaisavljevich); 17:57 MD-Oberg (1) (Unassisted); 19:00 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MD-4-8, MT-5-21 MD-1-5, 1-4 MD-Stalock (9-5-1--15) MT-Teslak (7-8-7--22) MD-(8-9-8--25) MT-(10-5-2--17) Ref-Todd Andersen AR-Sean Jacques, Damon Beiring

Feb. 22, 2008— National Hockey Center (6,057) Michigan Tech St. Cloud State

Game Twenty Nine Feb. 15, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,137) 1 3

1 1

Game Thirty One

Notes: Wisconsin became the Winter Carnival champions with the win. Wisconsin goaltender Shane Connelly was named Winter Carnival MVP.

0 3

1 0

Notes: Sophomore Ryan Bunger tied the game at 17:57 of the third period but freshman Evan Oberg scored his first career goal to lift the Bulldogs to a 3-2 victory.

*Game-winning Goal

1 0

1 1

*Game-winning Goal

UW-8-16, MTU-7-14 UW-1-5, MT-1-6 UW-Connelly (7-9-11--27) MT-Nolan (6-10-7--23) UW-(8-10-9--27) MT-(7-10-11--28) Ref-Brian Thul AR-Sean Jacques, Damon Beiring

Minnesota Duluth Michigan Tech

MD-9-18, MTU-9-18 MD-1-6, MT-1-6 MD-Stalock (6-10-6--22) MT-Teslak (9-6-5--20) MD-(10-6-6--22) MT-(6-13-8--27) Ref-Todd Andersen AR-Sean Jacques, Damon Beiring

*Game-winning Goal

1st: UW-Davies (8) (McBain, Geoffrion); PP-5:46 UW-Goloubef (2) (P. Johnson, Drewiske); 16:23* 2nd: MT-Kinrade (2) (Rouleau, Shelast); PP-2:43 3rd: UW-C. Johnson (1) (Dolan, Mitchell); 5:40 UW-Dolan (4) (Mitchell, Grotting); 15:24

Game Twenty Six

2 0

— 1 — 1

1st: None 2nd: MT-Royer (2) (Kattelus); 9:06 3rd: UW-Turris (11) (Bendickson, McBain); 9:55*

Wisconsin Michigan Tech

Notes: Jon Olthius records his first career shutout for Alaska Anchorage. It was the first shutout by the Seawolves since Dec. 10, 2005.

0 2

0 0

Feb. 9, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (3,571)

*Game-winning Goal

0 0

1 0

Game Twenty Eight

MT-9-18, AA-9-18 MT-0-5, AA-1-5 MT-Teslak (13-2-0--15) MT-Nolan (0-4-8--12) AA-Olthius (7-6-5--18) MT-(7-6-5--18) AA-(15-8-8--31) Ref-Derek Shepherd AR-Steve Glines, Scott Sivulich

Michigan Tech Alaska Anchorage

0 1

Notes: Freshman Bennett Royer scored his second career goal to give the Huskies one point. Junior Michael-Lee Teslak recorded his third tie in his last four starts after he stopped 22 of 23 shots.

1st: AA-Tarkir (3) (Tuton, Tassone); 4:46* AA-Lunden (11) (Clark, Parkinson); 6:38 2nd: AA-Waldrop (5) (Crowder, Cartwright); 4:35 AA-Lovdahl (3) (Crowder, Clark); PP-7:58 3rd: None Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

0 0

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

— —

1st: MD-Sharp (6) (Fontaine, McKnight); PP-5:45 2nd: MT-Gagne (3) (Rouleau, Shelast); 6:35 MT-Rouleau (10) (Dobson); SH-11:57 MT-Rouleau (11) (Kattelus, Kerr); PP-19:05* 3rd: MD-Huttel (1) (Curry, Palm); 5:27 MT-Gagne (4) (Rouleau, Vlaisavljevich); 11:30 MT-Rouleau (12) (Shelast, Gagne); EN-18:38

2 6

0 2

0 1

1— 1—

1 4

1st: SC-Peckskamp (1) (Borgen, Olson); 5:42 SC-Swanson(4) (Nodl, Lasch); PP-17:17* 2nd: SC-Nodl (17) (Roe, Swanson); PP-3:27 3rd: SC-Brocklehurst (2) (Lasch); PP-1:58 MT-Kinrade (3); PP-4:42 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-11-22, SC-12-35 MT-1-5, SC-3-5 MT-Teslak (4-9-9--22) SC-Weslosky (10-8-10--28) MT-(10-8-11--29) SC-(6-10-10--26) Ref-Marco Hunt AR-Jonathon Morrison, Tony Czech

*Game-winning Goal Notes: SJunior Geoff Kinrade tallied his third goal of the season­—all on the power play.

Game Thirty Two Feb. 23, 2008— National Hockey Center (6,052) Michigan Tech St. Cloud State

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0 1

0 1

0 1

— —

0 3


1st: SC-Lasch (21) (Nodl, Roe); PP-19:49* 2nd: SC-Swanson (5) (Stephenson, Brocklehurst); 10:11 3rd: SC-Olson (3) (Mjellei, Oslund); 15:15 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-8-27, SC-7-25 MT-0-4, SC-1-5 MT-Nolan (7-9-0--16) MT-Teslak (0-4-10-14) SC-Weslosky (15-15-7-37) MT-(15-15-7-37) SC-(8-14-11--33) Ref-Marco Hunt AR-Jonathon Morrison, Tony Czech

Feb. 29, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,253) 1 0

0 0

— —

1 0

1st: None 2nd: DU-Jackson (2) (Ostrow, Mullen); PP-19:47* 3rd: None Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

— —

1 2

1st: MT-Lord (2) (Royer, Kivisto); 12:41 2nd: None 3rd: MT-Kinrade (4) (Rouleau, Gagne); 9:08 DU-Rakhshani (13) (Butler, Ostrow); EX-18:13 DU-9-29, MT-10-23 DU-1-8, MT-0-3 DU-Mannino (6-4-9--19) MT-Teslak (9-13-10--32) DU-(9-13-11--33) MT-(7-4-10--21) Ref-John Campion AR-Sean Jaques, Ed Moberg

*Game-winning Goal Notes: Michigan Tech killed of a 6-on-3 advantage in the final minute of regulation to preserve the 2-1 victory.

2 0

1 0

0 2

— —

March 15, 2008— Engelstad Arena (11,638) Michigan Tech North Dakota

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

— 3 — 2

MT-7-14, ND-6-12 MT-2-5, ND-0-6 MT-Teslak (11-7-6-0--24) ND-Lamoureux (9-7-5-2--23) MT-(9-7-7-3--26) ND-(12-8-6-0--26) Ref-Brian Thule AR-Kile Bergren, Nathan Freeman

Notes: Senior Tyler Shelast scores two goals to send the series to a third game. The first came with six seconds left in regulation as Tech was short-handed. The second came on the power play just 1:59 into overtime.

Michigan Tech North Dakota

1 1

0 1

0 0

— —

1 2

1st: MT-Shelast (16) (Gagne); 11:27 ND-Oshie (16) (Duncan, Genoway); 14:09 2nd: ND-Oshie (17) (Bina, Chorney); 00:19* 3rd: None

Game Thirty Seven

— —

1st: ND-Duncan (14) (Oshie, Genoway); PP 5:25* 2nd: ND-Oshie (15) (Duncan, VandeVelde); 8:21 ND-Zajac (2) (Marto, Genoway); 9:10 3rd: ND-Kozek (16) (Miller, Martens); 6:58 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves:

1 0

March 16, 2008— Engelstad Arena (11,639)

March 14, 2008— Engelstad Arena (11,572) 0 1

2 0

Game Thirty Nine

Notes: Junior Geoff Kinrade scored a goal and an assist to pace the Huskies in the 3-2 win.

0 2

0 1

*Game-winning Goal 3 2

*Game-winning Goal

0 1

0 1

1st: ND-Miller (5) (Frattin, Martens); 4:19 2nd: ND-Frattin (4) (Miller); 16:58 3rd: MT-Kerr (9) (Kinrade, Kattelus); PP 1:19 MT-Shelast (14) (Kerr, Baker); SH 19:54 OT: MT-Shelast (15) (Kinrade, Rouleau); PP 1:59*

MT-6-12, MS-6-12 MT-1-6, MS-1-6 MT-Teslak (7-7-9--23) MS-Zacharias (10-12-8--30) MT-(12-13-8--33) MS-(7-7-11--25) Ref-Brian Thul AR-Jarod Moen, Jerome Krieger

Michigan Tech North Dakota

*Game-winning Goal

Game Thirty Eight

1st: MT-Kattelus (2) (Foote, Kinrade); 14:24 MT-Gagne (4) (Shelast, Vlaisavljevich); 15:35 2nd: MT-Kinrade (5) (Dobson, Rouleau); PP-13:22* 3rd: MS-Wiley (11) (Berge, Kalinski); PP-5:33 MS-Mouillierat (10) (Bruess, Davis) 14:12 Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-(0-7-7--14) ND-(14-12-5--31) Ref-Brian Thule AR-Kile Bergren, Nathan Freeman

Notes: Nine North Dakota players recorded a point in the game.

MT-12-24, MS-13-37 MT-1-4, MS-1-3 MT-Teslak (9-14-0--23) MT-Nolan (0-0-13--13) MS-Zacharias (12-9-10--31) MT-(12-10-11--33) MS-(10-18-13--41) Ref-Brian Thul AR-Jarod Moen, Jerome Krieger

Michigan Tech Minnesota State

March 1, 2008— MacInnes Student Ice Arena (2,253)

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

2 5

March 8, 2008— Alltel Center (4,226)

Game Thirty Four

1 1

— —

Game Thirty Six

Notes: Junior Michael-Lee Teslak made 21 saves on 22 shots, giving up one goal on the power play.

0 0

1 0

Notes: Senior Mark Malekoff scored second career goal 139 games after his first career goal.

*Game-winning Goal

0 1

1 4

*Game-winning Goal

DU-6-12, MT-8-16 DU-1-6. MT-0-4 DU-Mannino (7-8-6--21) MT-Teslak (7-6-8--21) DU-(7-7-8--22) MT-(7-8-6--21) Ref-John Campion AR-Sean Jaques, Ed Moberg

Denver Michigan Tech

0 1

1st: MS-Bruess (8) (Kilburg, Davis); SH-6:36 2nd: MS-Hanson (9) (Bruess, Davis); 3:58 MT-Gwilliam (5) (Kinrade, Rouleau); PP-10:21 MS-Berge (18) (Kalinski, Harrison); 15:07* MS-Berge (19) (Youds, Kalinski); PP-15:07 MS-Sackrison (5) (Irwin, Wiley); 15:45 3rd: MT-Malekoff (none); 14:59

Game Thirty Three

0 0

Shots: Officials:

March 7, 2008— Alltel Center (4,201) Michigan Tech Minnesota State

*Game-winning Goal

Denver Michigan Tech

Game Thirty Five

0 4

Penalties: Power Plays: Saves: Shots: Officials:

MT-5-18, ND-5-10 MT-0-3, ND-0-2 MT-Teslak (6-13-3--22) ND-Lamoureux (3-2-5--10) MT-(4-2-5--11) ND-(7-14-3--24) Ref-Brian Thule AR-Kile Bergren, Nathan Freeman

*Game-winning Goal Notes: T.J. Oshie scored a pair of goals to lift North Dakota to a 2-1 series win and a trip to the WCHA Final Five.

MT-6-12, ND-7-14 MT-0-6, ND-2-6 MT-Teslak (13-10-4--27) ND-Lamoureux (0-7-7--14)

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Western Collegiate Hockey Association WCHA Directory Quick Facts

Affiliation: NCAA Division I Founded: 1951 Website: www.wcha.com NCAA Championships: 36 NCAA Champonship Game Appearances: 63 NCAA Frozen Four Appearances: 92 McLeod

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Martin

Administration

Commissioner: Bruce McLeod Office Phone: (303) 871-4223 Email: bmcleod@du.edu Fax Phone: (303) 871-4770 Mailing Address: 2190 South High Street Denver, CO 80210 Assistant Commissioner of Operations: Carole LaBelle-Erhardt Office Phone: (303) 871-4223 Email: clabelle@du.edu Fax Phone: (303) 871-4770 Mailing Address: 2190 South High Street Denver, CO 80210 Associate Commissioner: Sara Martin Office Phone: (608) 829-0104 Email: sara@srmproperties.com Fax Phone: (608) 829-0105 Mailing Address: 559 D’Onofrio Drive, Ste. 103 Madison, WI 53719 Supervisor of Officials: Greg Shepherd Office Phone: (651) 229-2507 Email: gshepherd@mailstation.com

Shepherd

Associate Commissioner for Public Relations: Doug Spencer Office Phone: (608) 829-0100 Email: dspencer@mailbag.com Fax Phone: (608) 829-0200 Mailing Address: 559 D’Onofrio Drive, Ste. 103 Madison, WI 53719

Spencer

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With a noteworthy past that spans six decades and marks its 58th season overall in 2008-09, three characteristics that continue to define the Western Collegiate Hockey Association are history, tradition and success. From the founding days as the Midwest Collegiate Hockey League (MCHL) from 1951-53, to the Western Intercollegiate Hockey League (WIHL) from 1953-58, and ultimately on to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in 1959, this prestigious athletic conference has developed and maintained a tradition of excellence that truly is second to none. In fact, no collegiate conference in any sport can top the impressive list of national scale accomplishments of the WCHA and its member teams. Since 1951, teams representing the men’s WCHA have earned a record 36 NCAA championships, finished as the national runner-up another 27 times, and qualified for a berth in collegiate hockey’s national championship round–the NCAA Men’s Frozen Four–in 53 of 56 seasons overall. In addition to its successes in national championship tournament play over the years, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association owns an enviable reputation for producing outstanding coaches and student-athletes, with hundreds upon hundreds of its alumni moving on to successful professional and Olympic playing careers. More than 350 past and present National Hockey Leaguers who have roots in the WCHA include the likes of legendary goaltenders Tony Esposito, Eddio Mio and Glenn ‘Chico’ Resch, defensemen Keith Magnuson, Lou Nanne and Curt Giles, and forwards Lou Angotti, Bill Masterton, Bill ‘Red’ Hay, Red Berenson, Glenn Anderson and Mark Johnson. The current crop of WCHA stars playing in the NHL include the likes of Chris Chelios, Brett Hull, Dany Heatley, Mark Parrish, Jordan Leopold, Curtis Joseph, Greg Johnson, Sean Hill, Antti Laaksonen, Jason Blake, Tyler Arnason, Andy Sutton, Bret Hedican and Matt Carle. WCHA home attendance for men’s games reached another new milestone in 2006-07, this time surpassing the 1.6 million mark for the first time time with a record total of 1,606,686 and a per-game average attendance of 7,370. The WCHA has now surpassed the one million mark in home attendance 14 straight seasons and 1.5 million for five straight seasons. 2007-08 WCHA Highlights • Six conference players earned All-American honors as released by the American Hockey Coaches’ Association on April 11. Named to the West All-American First Team were Colorado College goatlender Richard Bachman, Colorado College defenseman Jack Hillen, and North Dakota forward T.J. Oshie. Named to the West AllAmerican Second Team from the WCHA were Denver defenseman Chris Butler, St. Cloud State forward Ryan Lasch, and Colorado College forward Chad Rau. • Colorado College freshman goaltender Richard Bachman became the second straight WCHA player to earn the HCA (Hockey Commissioners’ Association) National Rookie of the Year, joining inaugural season

(2006-07) winner Andreas Nodl from SCSU. • Three players from the WCHA were named among the Top 10 finalists for the annual Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Home to a record 13 Hobey winners overall, the WCHA was represented by North Dakota senior goaltender Jean-Philippe Lamoureux, St. Cloud State sophomore forward Ryan Lasch, and North Dakota junior forward T.J. Oshie. • The 2007-08 season also saw a record-setting group of 79 men’s and women’s players named WCHA Scholar-Athletes, with 24 of those being repeat honorees. Repeat honorees among the men’s players were Colorado College’s Jake Gannon and Scott McCulloch, Denver’s Zach Blom, Michigan Tech’s Ryan Angelow and Mark Malekoff, Minnesota’s Evan Kaufmann and Thomas Pohl, and Minnesota State’s Joel Hanson. In the first year of the award, 2005-06, there were 47 honorees while in 2006-07 there were 49. • Two WCHA-member head coaches-Minnesota State’s Troy Jutting and North Dakota’s Dave Hakstol-were finalists for the AHCA Men’s Ice Hockey Division 1 Coach of the Year. Jutting was the WCHA Coach of the Year. The honor eventually went to Michigan coach Gordon `Red’ Berenson, who played in the WCHA for Michigan from 1959-62 and is one of the WCHA’s Top 50 Players in 50 Years. • A total of 82 student-athletes were named to the men’s 2007-08 All-WCHA Academic Team, with 45 of those being repeat honorees. • Two WCHA players-Denver goaltender Peter Mannino and St. Cloud State forward Marty Mjelleli-were finalists for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award for 2007-08 with both earning Lowe’s All-Senior All-America Team honors. • WCHA member-team student-athletes also earned six national player of the month honors in 2007-08, as awarded by the Hockey Commissioners’ Association. North Dakota goaltender Jean-Philippe Lamoureux was the National Player of the Month for Oct., 2007; Wisconsin forward Kyle Turris was the National Rookie of the Month for Oct., 2007; Colorado College goaltender Richard Bachman was the National Rookie of the Month for both Nov., 2007 and Feb., 2008; and Denver forward Tyler Bozak was the National Rookie of the Month for Dec., 2007. • At the annual WCHA Awards Banquet, held in conjunction with the 2008 Red BaronTM WCHA Final Five in Saint Paul, Colorado College freshman goaltender Richard Bachman was named both WCHA Player of the Year and WCHA Rookie of the Year, becoming the first league player since Curtis Joseph in 1989 to earn both of those honors in a single season. Minnesota State senior forward Joel Hanson earned the WCHA Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year award, CC senior defenseman Jack Hillen was the WCHA Defensive Player of the Year, St. Cloud State sophomore Ryan Lasch was the WCHA Scoring Champion, North Dakota senior goaltender Jean-Philippe Lamoureux was the WCHA Goaltending Champion, and Troy Jutting of Minnesota State was the WCHA Coach of the Year.


2007-08 Standings WCHA Only

Overall

Team

GP

W

L

T

Pts

GF

GA

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

Colorado College

28

21

6

1

43

95

52

41

28

12

1

136

88

North Dakota

28

18

7

3

39

85

53

43

28

11

4

129

80

Denver

28

16

11

1

33

75

67

41

26

14

1

116

94

Minnesota State

28

12

12

4

28

71

75

39

19

16

4

106

97

St. Cloud State

28

12

12

4

28

79

74

40

19

16

5

118

94

Wisconsin

28

11

12

5

27

68

68

40

16

17

7

114

102

Minnesota

28

9

12

7

25

664

70

45

19

17

9

109

109

Minnesota-Duluth

28

9

14

5

23

55

76

36

13

17

6

74

91

Michigan Tech

28

9

14

4

22

55

77

39

14

20

5

78

99

Alaska-Anchorage

28

3

19

6

12

54

89

36

7

21

8

81

112

2007-08 All-Academic Teams

2007-08 All-WCHA Teams All-WCHA First Team Player Chad Rau T.J. Oshie Ryan Lasch Jack Hillen Taylor Chorney Richard Bachman

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

Pos F F F D D G

School Colorado College North Dakota St. Cloud State Colorado College North Dakota Colorado College

Hometown Eden Prairie,MN Warroad,MN Lake Forest,CA Minnetonka, Minn. Hastings, MN Highlands Ranch, CO

Pts 375 356 297 356 223 29S

All-WCHA Second Team Player Andreas Nodl Ryan Duncan Garrett Roe Chris Butler Chay Genoway Jean-Philippe Lamoreux

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

Pos F F F D D G

School St. Cloud State North Dakota St. Cloud State Denver North Dakota North Dakota

Hometown Vienna, Austria Calgary, AB Vienna, VA St. Louis, MO Morden, MB Grand Forks, ND

Pts 204 194 150 155 151 174

All-WCHA Third Team Player Tyler Bozak Blake Wheeler Kyle Turris Robbie Bina Jamie McBain Peter Mannino

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

Pos F F F D D G

School Denver Minnesota Wisconsin North Dakota Wisconsin Denver

Hometown Regina,SK Plymouth, MN New Westminster, BC Grand Forks, ND Faribault, MN Farmigton Hills, MI

Pts 90 61 57 137 82 74

All-WCHA Rookie Team Player Kyle Turris Tyler Bozak Garett Roe Ryan McDonagh Cade Fairchild Peter Mannino

Year Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos F F F D D G

School Wisconsin Denver St. Cloud State Wisconsin Minnesota Colorado College

Hometown New Westminster, BC Regina, SK Vienna, VA Arden Hills, MN Duluth, MN Highlands Ranch,CO

Pts 73 71 69 54 31 77

WCHA Player of the Year Richard Bachman, Fr, G (Collorado College)

WCHA Coach of the Year Troy Jutting, Minnesota State University

WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year Joel Hanson, AA, F (Minnesota State University)

WCHA Scoring Champion Ryan Lasch, So, F, (St. Cloud State)

WCHA Defensive Player of the Year WCHA Goaltending Champion Jack Hillen, AA, D, Collorado College Jean-Philippe Lamoureux, Sr, G, (North Dakota) WCHA Rookie of the Year Richard Bachman, Fr, G, (Collorado College)

Alaska Anchorage (9) Luke Beaverson, Peter Cartwright, Paul Crowder, Trevor Hunt, Shane Lovdahl, Josh Lunden, Jon Olthuis, Mat Robinson, Chris Tarkir Colorado College (9) Jake Gannon, Jack Hillen, Brian McMillen, Scott McCulloch, Chad Rau, Bill Sweatt, Mike Testwuide, Scott Thauwald, Andreas Vlassopoulos Denver (9) Zach Blom, Brian Gifford, Matt Glasser, Peter Mannino, Rhett Rakhshani, Tyler Ruegsegger, J.P. Testwuide, Andrew, Thomas, Brandon Vossberg Michigan Tech (9) Ryan Angelow, Alex Gagne, Kevin Hachey, Derek Kitti, Mark Malekoff, John Schwarz, Tyler Shelast, Mike VanWagner, Eli Vlaisavljevich Minnesota (6) Justin Bostrom, Mike Howe, Evan Kaufmann, Derek Peltier, Thomas Pohl, Brian Schack Minnesota Duluth (8) Andrew Carroll, Jason Garrison, Michael Gergen, Matt Greer, Matt McKnight, Trent Palm, Chase Ryan, MacGregor Sharp Minnesota State (7) Nick Canzanello, Joel Hanson, Kurtis Kisio, R.J. Linder, Dan Tormey, Matt Tyree, Jason Wiley North Dakota (10) Robbie Bina, Ryan Duncan, Joe Finley, Michael Forney, Chay Genoway, Andrew Kozek, Ryan Martens, Aaron Walski, Matt Watkins, Darcy Zajac St. Cloud State (8) Jon Ammerman, Brent Borgen, Aaron Brocklehurst, Ryan Lasch, Marty Mjelleli, Garrett Raboin, Matt Stephenson, John Swanson Wisconsin (6) Aaron Bendickson, Shane Connelly, Matthew Ford, Tom Gorowsky, Ryan Jeffery, Ben Street

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2007-08 Weekly Awards Offensive Player of the Week Oct. 16 Josh Lunden, So., F, Alaska Anchorage Oct. 23 Kyle Turris, Fr., F, Wisconsin Oct. 30 T.J. Oshie, Jr., F, North Dakota Nov. 6 Ryan Lasch, So., F, St. Cloud State Nov. 13 Ryan Lasch, So., F, St. Cloud State Nov. 20 Chad Rau, Jr., F, Colorado College Nov. 27 Chad Rau, Jr., F, Colorado College Dec. 4 Blake Geoffrion, So., F, Wisconsin Dec. 11 Paul Crowder, So., F, Alaska Anchorage Rhett Rakhshani, So., F, Denver Dec. 18 Brock Trotter, So., F, Denver Jan. 2 Brock Trotter, So., F, Denver Jan. 8 Ryan Duncan, Jr., F, North Dakota Jan. 15 Jimmy Kilpatrick, Sr., F, Colorado College Jan. 22 Michael Davies, So., F, Wisconsin Jan. 29 Jimmy Kerr, Sr., F, Michigan Tech Jason Wiley, So., F, Minnesota State Feb. 5 Mike Testwuide, So., F, Colorado College Feb. 12 Matt Hartman, Sr., F, St. Cloud State Feb. 19 Peter Rouleau, Sr., F, Michigan Tech Andrew Kozek, Jr., F, North Dakota Feb. 26 Andreas Vlassopoulos, So., F, Colorado College Mar. 4 Jack Hillen, Sr., D, Colorado College Mar. 11 Chad Rau, Jr., F, Colorado College Defensive Player of the Week Oct. 16 Peter Mannino, Sr., G, Denver Oct. 23 Richard Bachman, Fr., G, Colorado College Oct. 30 Mike Zacharias, Jr., G, Minnesota State Nov. 6 Peter Mannino, Sr., G, Denver Nov. 13 Shane Connelly, Jr., G, Wisconsin Nov. 20 Peter Mannino, Sr., G, Denver Alex Stalock, So., G, Minnesota Duluth Nov. 27 John Swanson, Jr., D, St. Cloud State Dec. 4 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux, Sr., G, North Dakota Dec. 11 Mike Zacharias, Jr., G, Minnesota State Dec. 18 Jack Hillen, Sr., D, Colorado College Jan. 2 Rob Nolan, Jr., G, Michigan Tech Jan. 8 Richard Bachman, Fr., G, Colorado College Jan. 15 Taylor Chorney, Jr., D, North Dakota Jan. 22 Alex Stalock, So., G, Minnesota Duluth Jan. 29 Alex Stalock, So., G, Minnesota Duluth Feb. 5 Jack Hillen, Sr., D, Colorado College Feb. 12 Peter Mannino, Sr., G, Denver Shane Connelly, Jr, G, Wisconsin Feb. 19 Chay Genoway, So., D, North Dakota Feb. 26 Jase Weslosky, So., G, St. Cloud State Mar. 4 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux, Sr., G, North Dakota Mar. 11 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux, Sr., G, North Dakota Jase Weslosky, So., G, St. Cloud State Rookie of the Week Oct. 16 Tony Mosey, Fr., F, St. Cloud State Oct. 23 Winston DayChief, Fr., F, Alaska Anchorage Oct. 30 Garrett Roe, Fr., F, St. Cloud State Nov. 6 Tyler Bozak, Fr., F, Denver Nov. 13 Richard Bachman, Fr., G, Colorado College Nov. 20 Kane Lafranchise, Fr., D, Alaska Anchorage Nov. 27 Richard Bachman, Fr., G, Colorado College Dec. 4 Ryan McDonagh, Fr., D, Wisconsin Dec. 11 Mike Hoeffel, Fr., F, Minnesota Dec. 18 Tyler Bozak, Fr., F, Denver Jan. 2 Tyler Bozak, Fr., F, Denver Jan. 8 Deron Cousens, Fr., D, Michigan Tech Jan. 15 Garrett Roe, Fr., F, St. Cloud State Jan. 22 Alex Kangas, Fr., G, Minnesota Jan. 29 Patrick Johnson, Fr., F, Wisconsin Feb. 5 Andrew Sackrison, Fr., F, Minnesota State Feb. 12 Tyler Bozak, Fr., F, Denver Feb. 19 Aaron Marvin, Fr., F, St. Cloud State Feb. 26 Richard Bachman, Fr., G, Colorado College Mar. 4 Alex Kangas, Fr., G, Minnesota Mar. 11 No Selection

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2007-08 Statistical Leaders Point Scoring: 1 Ryan Lasch 2 Garrett Roe T.J. Oshie 4 Andreas Nodl 5 Chad Rau 6 Ryan Duncan 7 Jack Hillen 8 Kyle Turris Blake Wheeler 10 Tyler Bozak Defenseman Scoring: 1 Jack Hillen 2 Chay Genoway 3 Robbie Bina 4 Jamie McBain Taylor Chorney 6 John Swanson Patrick Mullen Aaron Brocklehurst 9 Davis Drewiske Derek Peltier

Team St. Cloud State St. Cloud State North Dakota St. Cloud State Colorado College North Dakota Colorado College Wisconsin Minnesota Denver

Yr SO FR JR SO JR JR SR FR JR FR

Pos F F F F F F D F F F

Team Colorado College North Dakota North Dakota Wisconsin North Dakota St. Cloud State Denver St. Cloud State Wisconsin Minnesota

Yr SR SO SR SO JR JR JR SR SR SR

Pos D D D D D D/F D D/F D D

Freshman Scoring: 1 Garrett Roe 2 Kyle Turris 3 Tyler Bozak 4 Kyle Ostrow 5 Patrick Johnson 6 Andrew Sackrison 7 Mike Hoeffel 8 Craig Parkinson Tony Mosey 10 Kurt Davis Anthony Maiani Cade Fairchild Jesse Martin Matt Frattin

Team St. Cloud State Wisconsin Denver Denver Wisconsin Minnesota State Minnesota Alaska Anchorage St. Cloud State Minnesota State Denver Minnesota Denver North Dakota

Yr FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR FR

Pos F F F F F F F F F D F D F F

Team North Dakota Colorado College Minnesota Minnesota State St. Cloud State Michigan Tech Denver Minnesota Duluth Wisconsin Michigan Tech

Yr SR FR FR JR SO JR SR SO JR JR

Minutes 2507:38 2102:47 1966:45 2221:13 1900:39 1389:25 2301:49 2170:20 2160:36 992:11

Save Percentage: Team 1 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux North Dakota 2 Richard Bachman Colorado College 3 Jase Weslosky St. Cloud State 4 Alex Kangas Minnesota 5 Mike Zacharias Minnesota State 6 Michael-Lee Teslak Michigan Tech 7 Peter Mannino Denver 8 Alex Stalock Minnesota Duluth 9 Shane Connelly Wisconsin 10 Rob Nolan Michigan Tech

Yr SR FR SO FR JR JR SR SO JR JR

Saves 1004 883 909 861 939 569 957 899 920 390

Goals Against Average: 1 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux 2 Richard Bachman 3 Alex Kangas 4 Mike Zacharias 5 Jase Weslosky 6 Michael-Lee Teslak 7 Peter Mannino 8 Alex Stalock 9 Shane Connelly 10 Rob Nolan

GP 40 39 42 40 40 43 41 36 44 41

PPG 1.32 1.15 1.07 1.10 1.05 0.93 0.90 0.97 0.80 0.83

G-A--P 25-28-53 18-27-45 18-27-45 18-26-44 28-14-42 18-22-40 6-31-37 11-24-35 15-20-35 18-16-34

GP 41 38 43 35 43 40 40 40 40 45

PPG 0.90 0.76 0.58 0.69 0.56 0.55 0.55 0.55 0.53 0.47

G-A--P 6-31-37 8-21-29 2-23-25 5-19-24 3-21-24 8-14-22 4-18-22 4-18-22 5-16-21 4-17-21

GP 39 36 41 41 40 36 45 33 39 36 40 40 41 43

PPG 1.15 0.97 0.83 0.56 0.53 0.56 0.42 0.48 0.41 0.42 0.38 0.38 0.37 0.35

G-A--P 18-27-45 11-24-35 18-16-34 10-13-23 8-13-21 6-14-20 9-10-19 7- 9-16 5-11-16 1-14-15 7- 8-15 2-13-15 7- 8-15 4-11-15

GA 73 65 65 77 67 51 87 85 88 44

GAA 1.75 1.85 1.98 2.08 2.12 2.20 2.27 2.35 2.44 2.66

GA 73 65 67 65 77 51 87 85 88 44

Pct .932 .931 .931 .930 .924 .918 .917 .914 .913 .899


September

Thu/25 U.S. Under-18 Team @ Alaska Anchorage (x) @ Wasilla, AK

October

Sat/4 Sun/5 Mon/6 Wed/8 Fri/10 Sat/11 Fri/17 Sat/18 Fri/24 Sat/25

Univ. of Toronto @ Michigan Tech (x) Univ. of Alberta @ Denver (x) Univ. of British Columbia @ Alaska Anchorage (x) @ Wasilla, AK Lakehead Univ. @ Minnesota Duluth (x) Univ. of Manitoba @ North Dakota (x) Univ. of Alberta @ Colorado College (x) Univ. of British Columbia @ St. Cloud State (x) Wisconsin @ Boston College (nc) Ice Breaker Invitational @ Agganis Arena, Boston, MA UMass vs Michigan State (nc) North Dakota vs Boston University (nc) Michigan Tech @ Northern Michigan (nc) (Superior Showcase) Minnesota Duluth @ Lake Superior State (nc) (Superior Showcase) Mercyhurst @ St. Cloud State (nc) Univ. of British Columbia @ Minnesota (x) Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (nc) Alabama-Huntsville @ Colorado College (nc) Kendall Hockey Classic @ Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, AK Northeastern vs Alaska Fairbanks (nc) Connecticut vs Alaska Anchorage (nc) Wisconsin @ New Hampshire (nc) Ice Breaker Invitational @ Agganis Arena, Boston, MA UMass vs North Dakota (nc) Michigan State vs Boston University (nc) Michigan Tech @ Lake Superior State (nc) (Superior Showcase) Minnesota Duluth @ Northern Michigan (nc) (Superior Showcase) Mercyhurst @ St. Cloud State (nc) Bemidji State @ Minnesota State (nc) U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Notre Dame @ Denver (nc) Alabama-Huntsville @ Colorado College (nc) Kendall Hockey Classic @ Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, AK Connecticut vs Alaska Fairbanks (nc) Northeastern vs Alaska Anchorage (nc) Minnesota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Western Michigan @ Minnesota Duluth (nc) Wisconsin @ Denver (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Colorado College (WCHA) Alaska Goal Rush Tournament @ Fairbanks, AK Maine vs Alaska Anchorage (nc) Mercyhurst vs Alaska Fairbanks (nc) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Western Michigan @ Minnesota Duluth (nc) Wisconsin @ Denver (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Colorado College (WCHA) Alaska Goal Rush Tournament @ Fairbanks, AK Mercyhurst vs Alaska Anchorage (nc) Maine vs Alaska Fairbanks (nc) Colorado College @ Clarkson (nc) Minnesota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Bemidji State (nc) Ohio State @ Denver (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) U.S. Under-18 Team @ Michigan Tech (x) Colorado College @ Clarkson (nc) Minnesota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Bemidji State (nc) Ohio State @ Denver (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA)

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Fri/31

Alaska Anchorage @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ North Dakota (WCHA) Colorado College @ Denver (WCHA)

November Sat/1 Sun/2 Fri/7 Sat/8 Fri/14 Sat/15 Sun/16 Fri/21 Sat/22 Fri/28 Sat/29

Alaska Anchorage @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN Minnesota vs Minnesota State (WCHA) @ Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN Wisconsin @ North Dakota (WCHA) Denver @ Colorado College (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Wisconsin (WCHA) New Hampshire @ Minnesota (nc) Robert Morris @ St. Cloud State (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ Denver (WCHA) North Dakota @ Colorado College (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Wisconsin (WCHA) New Hampshire @ Minnesota (nc) Robert Morris @ St. Cloud State (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ Denver (WCHA) North Dakota @ Colorado College (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Denver @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Colorado College @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ North Dakota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Denver @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Colorado College @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ North Dakota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Wisconsin @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Denver (WCHA) Colorado College @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) North Dakota @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Wisconsin @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Denver (WCHA) Colorado College @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Bowling Green State (nc) Michigan State @ Wisconsin (nc) (College Hockey Showcase) Michigan @ Minnesota (nc) (College Hockey Showcase) Michigan Tech @ Bemidji State (nc) Cornell @ North Dakota (nc) Colgate @ Denver (nc) Colorado College @ Air Force Academy (nc) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Bowling Green State (nc) Michigan @ Wisconsin (nc) (College Hockey Showcase) Michigan State @ Minnesota (nc) (College Hockey Showcase) Michigan Tech @ Bemidji State (nc) Cornell @ North Dakota (nc) Air Force Academy @ Denver (nc) Colgate @ Colorado College (nc)

December Fri/5

North Dakota @ Harvard (nc) Denver @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Wisconsin (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Colorado College (WCHA)

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Sat/6 Fri/12 Sat/13 Sun/14 Fri/19 Sat/20 Sat/27 Sun/28 Mon/29 Tue/30

January Fri/2 Sat/3 Fri/9

North Dakota @ Harvard (nc) Denver @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Colorado College (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Denver @ Minnesota State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Colorado College @ Minnesota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Denver @ Minnesota State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Colorado College @ Minnesota (WCHA) Northern Michigan @ Michigan Tech (nc) U.S. Under-18 Team @ North Dakota (x) Sacred Heart @ Colorado College (nc) Michigan Tech @ Northern Michigan (nc) Sacred Heart @ Colorado College (nc) Florida College Hockey Classic @ TECO Arena, Estero, FL Maine vs Colgate (nc) St. Cloud State vs Cornell (nc) Great Lakes Invitational @ Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI Michigan vs Michigan Tech (nc) North Dakota vs Michigan State (nc) Badger Hockey Showdown @ Kohl Center, Madison, WI Harvard vs Lake Superior State (nc) Alabama-Huntsville vs Wisconsin (nc) Florida College Hockey Classic @ TECO Arena, Estero, FL Third Place Game (nc) Championship Game (nc) Great Lakes Invitational @ Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI Third Place Game (nc) Championship Game (nc) Badger Hockey Showdown @ Kohl Center, Madison, WI Harvard/LSSU vs Alabama-Huntsville (nc) Harvard/LSSU vs Wisconsin (nc) Minnesota State @ Princeton (nc) Minnesota State @ Yale (nc) Lightning College Hockey Classic @ Tampa, FL (Minnesota Duluth, Union, Notre Dame, UMass-Lowell) TBA vs TBA (nc) TBA vs TBA (nc) Northern Michigan @ Wisconsin (nc) Dodge Holiday Classic @ Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis, MN Northeastern vs Western Michigan (nc) Brown vs Minnesota (nc) North Dakota @ Bemidji State (nc) Wells Fargo Denver Cup @ Magness Arena, Denver, CO RPI vs Boston University (nc) Holy Cross vs Denver (nc) Lighting College Hockey Classic @ Tampa, FL (Minnesota Duluth, Union, Notre Dame, UMass-Lowell) TBA vs TBA (nc) TBA vs TBA (nc) Northern Michigan @ Wisconsin (nc) Dodge Holiday Classic @ Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis, MN Northeastern/W. Michigan vs Brown (nc) Northeastern/W. Michigan vs Minnesota (nc) Nebraska-Omaha @ Minnesota State (nc) Bemidji State @ North Dakota (nc) Wells Fargo Denver Cup @ Magness Arena, Denver, CO Third Place Game (nc) Championship Game (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ North Dakota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Denver (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Colorado College (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA)

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Sat/10 Fri/16 Sat/17 Fri/23 Sat/24 Fri/30 Sat/31

February

Fri/6 Sat/7 Fri/13 Sat/14 Sun/15 Fri/20 Sat/21 Tue/24 Fri/27 Sat/28

Minnesota Duluth @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ North Dakota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Denver (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Colorado College (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) North Dakota @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Colorado College @ Wisconsin (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (nc) North Dakota @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Colorado College @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Minnesota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth (nc) Minnesota State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Denver @ North Dakota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Colorado College (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Denver @ North Dakota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Colorado College (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Denver (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Minnesota (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Wisconsin (WCHA) North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Denver (WCHA)

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Colorado College @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) (Winter Carnival) Wisconsin @ Minnesota (WCHA) Denver @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Colorado College @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) (Winter Carnival) Wisconsin @ Minnesota (WCHA) Denver @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ North Dakota (WCHA) Denver @ Colorado College (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota (WCHA) Michigan Tech @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Minnesota State @ North Dakota (WCHA) U.S. Under-18 Team @ Colorado College (x) Minnesota Duluth @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Denver @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Minnesota @ Colorado College (WCHA) North Dakota @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Minnesota Duluth @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) Denver @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Minnesota @ Colorado College (WCHA) North Dakota @ Alaska Anchorage (WCHA) Minnesota State @ Nebraska-Omaha (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota State (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Denver (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Alaska Fairbanks (nc) Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota (WCHA) Wisconsin @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Colorado College @ North Dakota (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Denver (WCHA) Alaska Fairbanks @ Alaska Anchorage (nc)

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March

Sun/1 Colorado College @ North Dakota (WCHA) Fri/6 Minnesota @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) North Dakota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State (WCHA) Sat/7 Minnesota @ Michigan Tech (WCHA) North Dakota @ Wisconsin (WCHA) Alaska Anchorage @ Minnesota Duluth (WCHA) St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State (WCHA) Colorado College @ Denver (WCHA) • end of regular season •

3:37 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm ET 8:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm CT 7:07 pm MT

Fri/13- 2009 WCHA Playoffs • 1st Round • Best-of-Three #10 Rank @ #1 Rank (if necessary) TBA #9 Rank @ #2 Rank (if necessary) TBA #8 Rank @ #3 Rank (if necessary) TBA #7 Rank @ #4 Rank (if necessary) TBA #6 Rank @ #5 Rank (if necessary) TBA Sat/14- 2009 WCHA Playoffs • 1st Round • Best-of-Three #10 Rank @ #1 Rank (if necessary) TBA #9 Rank @ #2 Rank (if necessary) TBA #8 Rank @ #3 Rank (if necessary) TBA #7 Rank @ #4 Rank (if necessary) TBA #6 Rank @ #5 Rank (if necessary) TBA Sun/15 2009 WCHA Playoffs • 1st Round • Best-of-Three #10 Rank @ #1 Rank (if necessary) TBA #9 Rank @ #2 Rank (if necessary) TBA #8 Rank @ #3 Rank (if necessary) TBA #7 Rank @ #4 Rank (if necessary) TBA #6 Rank @ #5 Rank (if necessary) TBA Thu/19 2009 Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN No. 5 vs No. 4 7:07 pm CT Fri/20 2009 Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN Semi-Final #1 2:07 pm CT Semi-Final #2 7:07 pm CT

Sat/21 Fri/27 Sat/28 Sun/29

April

Thu/9 Sat/11

2009 Red Baron™ WCHA Final Five @ Xcel Energy Center, Saint Paul, MN Third Place Game 2:07 pm CT Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game 7:07 pm CT NCAA East Regional @ Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard, Bridgeport, CT (Yale Univ. & Fairfield Univ. hosts) Semi-Final #1 TBA pm ET Semi-Final #2 TBA pm ET NCAA West Regional @ Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis, MN (Univ. of Minnesota host) Semi-Final #1 TBA pm CT Semi-Final #2 TBA pm CT NCAA East Regional @ Bridgeport Arena at Harbor Yard, Bridgeport, CT Championship Game TBA pm ET NCAA West Regional @ Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis, MN Championship Game TBA pm CT NCAA Midwest Regional @ Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI (CCHA & Western Michigan Univ. hosts) Semi-Final #1 TBA pm ET Semi-Final #2 TBA pm ET NCAA Northeast Regional @ Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, NH (Univ. of New Hampshire host) Semi-Final #1 TBA pm ET Semi-Final #2 TBA pm ET NCAA Midwest Regional @ Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI Championship Game TBA pm ET NCAA Northeast Regional @ Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, NH Championship Game TBA pm ET 2009 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four @ MCI Center, Washington, DC Semi-Final #1 TBA pm CT Semi-Final #2 TBA pm CT 2009 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four @ MCI Center, Washington, DC National Championship Game TBA pm CT

The Xcel Energy Center opened in the fall of 2000. The “X” has been the site of the WCHA Final Five for each of the past six seasons.

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Michigan Tech’s annual Winter Carnival hockey series has a mystique to it that no one has yet been able to explain.   The biggest and most celebrated Collegiate Winter Festival in the United States takes place on the campus of Michigan Tech in early February each year. One of the big highlights of the festivities is the two-game hockey series the Huskies play at home.      The John MacInnes Memorial Cup, named after the late John MacInnes, who coached the Huskies for 26 seasons, is awarded each year to the winner of the two-game, total-goal Winter Carnival hockey series. The MacInnes Cup is presented each year by a member of the MacInnes family.   Hockey is just part of the experience during Winter Carnival, however, as the centerpiece of the weekend is the incredible ice structures constructed by Michigan Tech students.   The structures strike a sense of mystery and awe into observers each year. Many people point to Delta Sigma Phi when asking how exactly snow statues are built. That fraternity holds the distinction of building the biggest statue ever. Statue work begins on the first day of classes after Christmas break with the first two weeks devoted to building the structure or “mass” of the sculpture. “Scoopers” push around snow to gather it into piles. Then the snow is put into buckets which are immediately transferred, person-to-person, down a chain and dumped into a plywood mold which forms the shape of the structure being built. Finally, “stompers” compress this mass by simultaneously adding water and stomping on the snow as it is added. This process forms a very dense, tough structure which can support other pieces built on top of it.   The third week is “slush week.” Slush, which is probably the most important part of the statue, is made continuously from week three until the completion of the statue. To make slush, snow is dumped into “slush barrels,” where it is mixed with water. After this, it is loaded into slush buckets and transported to the rubber-gloved “slushers.” Slushers slop the slush over the entire structure and smooth it out to give the statue a finished looked.   In the fourth week, the rush to finish begins and irons are used to smooth the ice for a gleaming finish and the final details fall into place. Finally, the all-nighter is when the statue comes together. All those building statues remain working throughout the evening until the final 8 a.m. deadline for completion. And then it’s up to the judges to decide on the best statues.   Blue Key National Honor Fraternity is the driving force behind Winter Carnival and has been since its inception in 1934. The group works year-round, with student groups and community leaders, to coordinate Carnival events.

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Top: A group of people enjoys one of the many snow sculptures on display during Winter Carnival. Above: A group of students takes part in a game of snow volleyball, just one of the many activities that takes place during Winter Carnival.


Top: The Winter Carnival Queen takes a ride on the Zamboni during Winter Carnival. Right: A group of students takes part in the human dogsled race, just one of the many activities that takes place during Winter Carnival.

Winter Carnival Results Since 1950 Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Score Michigan Tech 11, Michigan State 3 Michigan Tech 10, Michigan State 0 Michigan State 4, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan Tech 4, Michigan State 2 Michigan 9, Michigan Tech 4 Michigan 10, Michigan Tech 4 Michigan State 2, Michigan Tech 1 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan State 2 Michigan 8, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan 7, Michigan Tech 6 Michigan 4, Michigan Tech 2 Michigan Tech 4, Michigan 1 Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota 2 Michigan Tech 2, Minnesota 0 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan State 3 Michigan Tech 6, Michigan State 2 Michigan State 5, Michigan Tech 2 Michigan Tech 3, Michigan State 1 Michigan Tech 2, Colorado College 2 OT

Colorado College 5, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan Tech 6, Michigan 1 Michigan Tech 9, Michigan 4 Michigan Tech 6, Minnesota 0 Michigan Tech 3, Minnesota 2 Michigan Tech 8, Michigan State 2 Michigan Tech 3, Michigan State 2 Michigan Tech 3, North Dakota 0 Michigan Tech 5, North Dakota 1 Michigan Tech 3, North Dakota 0 North Dakota 3, Michigan Tech 2

Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Score Michigan Tech 3, Colorado College 1 Michigan Tech 10, Colorado College 1 Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota Duluth 2 Michigan Tech 6, Minnesota Duluth 1 Michigan 3, Michigan Tech 2 Michigan Tech 3, Michigan 1 Michigan Tech 4, Michigan State 1 Michigan Tech 6, Michigan State 2 Michigan Tech 4, Michigan 1 Michigan Tech 3, Michigan 2 Michigan Tech 8, Michigan State 1 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan State 4 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan 2 Michigan Tech 7, Michigan 2 Michigan State 5, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan State 5, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan Tech 7, Wisconsin 1 Michigan Tech 5, Wisconsin 3 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan State 4 Michigan Tech 8, Michigan State 6 Michigan Tech 10, Minnesota Duluth 3

Minnesota Duluth 7, Michigan Tech 4 Michigan Tech 6, Michigan 4 Michigan Tech 6, Michigan 4* Michigan Tech 5, Colorado College 3 Michigan Tech 6, Colorado College 5 Denver 3, Michigan Tech 0 Denver 2, Michigan Tech 1 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan 4 Michigan Tech 5, Michigan 0

Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Score Michigan Tech 3, North Dakota 3 Michigan Tech 6, North Dakota 4 Michigan Tech 6, Colorado College 2 Michigan Tech 5, Colorado College 0 Michigan Tech 7, Notre Dame 1 Notre Dame 5, Michigan Tech 3 Michigan Tech 4, Ferris State 2 Michigan Tech 8, Ferris State 0 Michigan Tech 6, Michigan State 4 Michigan Tech 3, Michigan State 1 Minnesota 4, Michigan Tech 1 Michigan Tech 7, Minnesota 5 Michigan Tech 5, Colorado College 3 Colorado College 3, Michigan Tech 2 OT Michigan Tech 6, Denver 1 Michigan Tech 7, Denver 6 OT Michigan Tech 8, Minnesota Duluth 4 Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota Duluth 3 Minnesota 7, Michigan Tech 3 Minnesota 6, Michigan Tech 3 Wisconsin 5, Michigan Tech 4 Wisconsin 7, Michigan Tech 2 Michigan Tech 10, Denver 3 Michigan Tech 6, Denver 1 Michigan Tech 6, North Dakota 3 Michigan Tech 9, North Dakota 6 Michigan Tech 3, Minnesota 3 Michigan Tech 10, Minnesota 2 Colorado College 4, Michigan Tech 2 Colorado College 4, Michigan Tech 2

Year Score 1995 Michigan Tech 3, Minnesota 3 ot Minnesota 8, Michigan Tech 1 1996 Michigan Tech 4, St. Coud State 4 OT St. Coud State 7, Michigan Tech 5 1997 Michigan Tech 2, Minnesota Duluth 1 OT Michigan Tech 3, Minnesota Duluth 3 OT 1998 Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota 3 Michigan Tech 5, Minnesota 3 1999 North Dakota 9, Michigan Tech 3 North Dakota 3, Michigan Tech 1 2000 Wisconsin 5, Michigan Tech 3 Wisconsin 3, Michigan Tech 0 2001 Michigan Tech 3, Minnesota Duluth 2 Minnesota Duluth 1, Michigan Tech 1 OT 2002 St. Coud State 4, Michigan Tech 3 St. Coud State 3, Michigan Tech 2 2003 Minnesota Duluth 5, Michigan Tech 1 Minnesota Duluth 5, Michigan Tech 3 2004 St. Coud State 4, Michigan Tech 1 St. Coud State 3, Michigan Tech 1 2005 Michigan Tech 1, Minnesota State 1 OT Michigan Tech 4, Minnesota State 2 2006 Minnesota 7, Michigan Tech 4 Michigan Tech 2, Minnesota 2 OT 2007 Michigan Tech 2, Denver 1 Michigan Tech 4, Denver 4 OT 2008 Michigan Tech 1, Wisconsin 1 OT Wisconsin 4, Michigan Tech 1 *Single game attendance record

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The Great Lakes Invitational Tournament continues to be the top holiday tournament in the country. Many have challenged the GLI’s stature, but none has matched its continued success. This year’s tournament will be staged Dec. 27-28 at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, with Noth Dakota joining Michigan Tech, Michigan, and Michigan State. The 43rd annual edition of the GLI will no doubt be a memorable one. The tournament was born out of a conversation between then-general manager of Olympia Stadium Lincoln Cavalieri, Michigan Tech’s legendary coach John J. MacInnes, and Detroit Red Wings scout Jack Paterson. The three men were discussing the lack of American-born players in the National Hockey League and concluded that a prestigious collegiate tournament could make a difference by promoting interest in hockey among young athletes in the general public. American Airlines vice president Jack Tompkins, a former University of Michigan goalie and member of the Detroit Red Wings organization, championed their vision as well, and together in 1965 they founded the Great Lakes Invitational hockey tournament.    The GLI has grown into one of the premier college and holiday sporting events in the country, originating at Detroit’s Olympia Stadium. Michigan Tech, the host for the tournament since its inception, added Michigan as a co-host in 1976 and moved into its present home, the Joe Louis Arena, in 1979.    As for attendance, the GLI is unmatched among college hockey holiday tournaments. Seven years ago, the GLI went over the one-million mark in total attendance.

Attendance Records Year Semifinal Semifinal+ Championship Total 1965 2,478   3,451   5,929 1966 4,233   4,367   8,600 1967 2,060   2,340   4,400 1968 8,431   7,005 15,436 1969 7,542   8,760 16,302 1970   8,243   8,802 17,045 1971 10,742 12,014 22,756 1972 12,184 10,817 23,001 1973 10,325 10,458 20,783 1974 15,942   8,107 24,049 1975 10,092 12,827 22,919 1976 9,358 11,205 20,563 1977 11,253 14,109 25,362 1978 12,889 15,214 28,103 1979 13,159 17,642 30,801 1980 11,273 16,821 28,094 1981 14,589 19,225 33,814 1982 18,185 21,347 39,532 1983 18,942 21,402 40,344 1984 19,547   21,576* 41,123 1985 15,485 12,590 17,560 45,635 1986 18,377 19,190 37,567 1987 19,294 19,482 38,776 1988 19,620 19,763 39,383 1989 18,448 19,284 37,732 1990 16,172 16,782 32,954 1991 17,358 16,858 34,216 1992 15,423 13,783 29,206 1993 16,219 17,031 33,250 1994 17,118 18,067 35,185 1995 17,494 18,103 35,597 1996 17,196 18,409 35,605 1997 18,345 17,674 36,019 1998 18,612 18,129 36,741 1999 17,379 18,211 35,590 2000 17,744 18,363 36,107 2001 18,071 18,719 36,790 2002 18,012 17,789 35,801 2003 17,531 15,820 33,351 2004 15,749 17,698 33,447 2005 15,801 15,217 31,018 2006 14,684 15,934 30,618 2007 14,783 17,281 32,064 +1985 GLI featured a three-day tournament format *Largest crowd to witness an indoor hockey game in North America

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Founding fathers of the GLI from left to right are Lincoln E. Cavalieri, John J. MacInnes and Jack A. Tompkins

Past GLI Results Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

Champion Toronto Michigan North Dakota Michigan Tech New Hampshire Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Harvard Michigan State Michigan Tech Michigan Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Notre Dame Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Western Michigan Wisconsin Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State North Dakota Boston University Boston College Michigan State Colorado College Michigan State Michigan

Runner-Up Michigan Tech Michigan State Michigan Tech Wisconsin Michigan State Michigan Michigan State Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Michigan Michigan Tech Michigan Michigan Ohio State Michigan Michigan Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Rensselaer Michigan Michigan State North Dakota Michigan State Michigan State Michigan Tech Northern Michigan Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Lake Superior State Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Tech Michigan State Michigan Michigan State Michigan Michigan State Michigan Michigan Tech

John MacInnes Trophy (MVP) Henry Monteith, Toronto Mel Wakabayashi, Michigan Roger Bamburak, North Dakota Bill Watt, Michigan State Larry Smith, New Hampshire Mike Usitalo, Michigan Tech Ian Williams, Notre Dame Dave Hynes, Harvard Tom Ross, Michigan State Robbie Moore, Michigan Stu Ostlund, Michigan Tech Greg Hay, Michigan Tech Dave Joelson, Michigan Tech John Rockwell, Michigan Tech Murray Eaves, Michigan Paul Fricker, Michigan Dave Laurion, Notre Dame Dale Krentz, Michigan State Dan McFall, Michigan State Bob Essensa, Michigan State Don McSween, Michigan State Bill Horn, Western Michigan Dean Anderson, Wisconsin Todd Brost, Michigan Warren Sharples, Michigan Steve Shields, Michigan Steve Shields, Michigan Cam Stewart, Michigan David Oliver, Michigan Brendan Morrison, Michigan Brendan Morrison, Michigan Brendan Morrison, Michigan Mike Weaver, Michigan State Mike Gresl, Michigan State Shawn Horcoff, Michigan State Ryan Miller, Michigan State Tim Skarperud, North Dakota Sean Fields, Boston University Joe Pearce, Boston College Jim Slater, Michigan State Joey Crabb, Colorado College Bryan Lerg, Michigan State Billy Sauer, Michigan


Michigan Tech in the GLI Year-By-Year Results Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

Score Tech 4, Boston University 2 Toronto 6, Tech 2 Michigan 4, Tech 3 Tech 9, Western Ontario 2 Tech 5, New Hampshire 1 North Dakota 4, Tech 3 OT Tech 3, Michigan 2 Tech 4, Wisconsin 1 New Hampshire 7, Tech 0 Tech 5, Princeton 2 Tech 11, Colgate 6 Tech 7, Michigan 2 Tech 6, Notre Dame 3 Tech 3, Michigan State 2 Tech 5, Boston University 4 2 OT Harvard 4, Tech 2 Tech 6, Pennsylvania 2 Michigan State 5, Tech 4 Tech 7, Yale 3 Tech 3, Michigan 2 Tech 6, Boston University 2 Michigan 6, Tech 5 Tech 7, Bowling Green 6 OT Tech 7, Michigan 6 Tech 6, Western Michigan 2 Tech 7, Michigan 3 Tech 6, Boston University 4 Tech 7, Ohio State 4 Tech 1, Wisconsin 0 Tech 5, Michigan 4 3 OT Tech 9, Harvard 2 Tech 3, Michigan 2 OT Tech 6, Michigan State 3 Notre Dame 4, Tech 3 Tech 9, Notre Dame 6 Michigan State 5, Tech 3 Tech 5, Michigan 4 OT Michigan State 6, Tech 2 Tech 4, Michigan 3 Michigan State 7, Tech 0 Michigan State 2, Tech 1 OT Michigan 6, Tech 4 Michigan 4, Tech 3 OT Michigan State 9, Tech 0 Michigan State 5, Tech 2 Michigan 7, Tech 3

Year Score 1988 Michigan 7, Tech 3 Michigan State 7, Tech 1 1989 Michigan State 3, Tech 2 Tech 5, Northern Michigan 1 1990 Michigan 2, Tech 1 Tech 3, Michigan State 2 1991 Tech 6, Michigan State 5 Michigan 7, Tech 1 1992 Michigan 4, Tech 2 Michigan State 4, Tech 3 1993 Michigan State 3, Tech 2 OT Tech 8, Notre Dame 6 1994 Michigan 13, Tech 0 Tech 7, Cornell 3 1995 Michigan State 3, Tech 2 OT Tech 6, Northern Michigan 2 1996 Michigan 6, Tech 1 Michigan State 4, Tech 3 1997 Michigan State 3, Tech 1 Tech 6, St. Lawrence 5 1998 Michigan 4, Tech 1 Northern Michigan 8, Tech 1 1999 Michigan State 6, Tech 3 Tech 5, Lake Superior State 4 2000 Tech 7, Michigan 3 Michigan State 3, Tech 2 OT 2001 Michigan State 4, Tech 1 Michigan 7, Tech 4 2002 Michigan 5, Tech 3 Michigan State 6, Tech 2 2003 Michigan State 7, Tech 2 Michigan 6, Tech 2 2004 Michigan 4, Tech 2 New Hampshire 4, Tech 3 2005 Michigan State 3, Tech 2 OT Michigan 5, Tech 3 2006 Michigan 4, Tech 1 Harvard 3, Tech 2 2007 Tech 4, Michigan State 1 Michigan 1, Tech 0 2OT First game listed each year is Tech’s semifinal game.

GLI Single-Game Records Most Goals

   Individual: 5, Mark Jooris (Rensselaer) vs. Michigan, 1985; Paul O’Neill (Boston University) vs. Michigan, 1972; Ian Williams (Notre Dame) vs. Dartmouth, 1971    Team: 13, Michigan vs. Michigan Tech, 1994

Most Assists

   Individual: 6, Daryl Rice (Michigan State) vs. Boston College, 1973    Team: 22, Michigan State vs. Boston College, 1973

Most Points

   Individual: 7, Mark Jooris (Rensselaer) vs. Michigan, 1985    Team: 34, Michigan State vs. Boston College, 1973

Most Penalties

   Individual: 6, Ron Rolston (Michigan Tech) vs. Michigan State, 1988    Team: 26, Michigan Tech vs. Michigan State, 1989

Most Penalty Minutes

   Individual: 16, John Grisdale (Michigan Tech) vs. Princeton, 1969    Team: 69, Michigan Tech vs. Michigan State, 1988

Most Goals Allowed

   Individual: 13, Luciano Caravaggio (Michigan Tech) vs. Michigan, 1994

Most Saves

   Individual: 57, Michael-Lee Teslak (Michigan Tech) vs. Michigan State, 2005

Most Shutouts   

Individual: 1, Billy Sauer, Michigan (vs. Michigan Tech), 2007; Billy Sauer, Michigan (vs. Providence), 2007; John Grahame, Lake Superior State (vs. Michigan State), 1996; Marty Turco, Al Loges, Michigan (vs. Michigan Tech), 1994; Dean Anderson, Wisconsin (vs. Michigan) 1987; Bob Essensa, Michigan State (vs. Michigan Tech), 1986; Larry Smith, New Hampshire (vs. Michigan Tech), 1969; Dave Hagerman, New Hampshire (vs. Western Ontario) 1967

Record of Past GLI Participants (2008 Teams in Bold) Team Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Brown Colgate Colorado College Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Lake Superior State Maine Michigan State Michigan Michigan Tech New Hampshire North Dakota Northern Michigan Notre Dame Ohio State Pennsylvania Princeton Rensselaer St. Lawrence Toronto Western Michigan Western Ontario Wisconsin Yale

W 4 6 0 1 1 2 0 1 5 2 1 43 45 39 4 5 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 4 0

L 2 4 4 3 1 2 2 1 7 4 1 26 32 49 2 1 7 6 1 4 2 1 2 0 2 4 2 2

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .667 .600 .000 .250 .000 .500 .000 .500 .417 .333 .500 .621 .583 .443 .667 .833 .300 .250 .500 .000 .000 .500 .000 1.000 .500 .000 .667 .000

1st 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 12 12 9 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

2nd 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 11 14 12 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

3rd 2 4 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 1 0 8 7 9 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

4th 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 3 5 15 0 0 2 3 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 1

Huskies vs. 2008 Field Captain John Haines and head coach John MacInnes accept the 1968 GLI Championship trophy. The 1967-68 squad was the first Tech team to capture a GLI title.

Opponent Michigan Michigan State North Dakota

Championship 6-3 1-5 0-1

Semifinal 4-10 3-10 0-0

Third Place 0-4 1-5 0-0

Total 10-17 5-20 0-1

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Olympic Teams 1964—Paul Coppo (U.S.), Henry Akervall (Canada), Gary Begg (Canada) 1968—Bruce Riutta (U.S.) 1976—Paul Jensen (U.S.), Steve Jensen (U.S.), Jim Warden (U.S.) 1980—Tim Watters (Canada), Bruce Horsch (U.S.) 1988—Tony Stiles (Canada), Tim Watters (Canada) National Team Members 1939—Ed Maki (U.S.) 1962—Paul Coppo (U.S.) 1965—Paul Coppo (U.S.) 1969—Paul Coppo (U.S.), Bruce Riutta (U.S.) 1970—Bruce Riutta (U.S.) 1971—Bruce Riutta (U.S.) 1974—Mike Usitalo (U.S.) 1975—Herb Boxer (U.S.), Steve Jensen (U.S.), Jim Warden (U.S.) 1976—Steve Jensen (U.S.) 1977—Steve Jensen (U.S.) 1978—Steve Jensen (U.S.) 1978—Jim Warden (U.S.) 1979—Jim Warden (U.S.), Bruce Horsch (U.S.) 1983—Steve Jensen (U.S.) 1992—Tom Bissett (U.S.) 1993—Jim Storm (U.S.) 1994—Jim Storm (U.S.) 1999—Tom Bissett (U.S.) National Junior Team Selections 1978—Bret Bjerken (U.S.) 1979—Steve Murphy (U.S.) 1980—Mike Lauen (U.S.) 1982—Mark Maroste (U.S.) 1983—Chris Cichocki (U.S.), Mark Maroste (U.S.) 1985—Brian Hannon (U.S.) 1988—Damian Rhodes (U.S.) 1991—Jim Storm (U.S.) 1993—Liam Garvey (U.S.), Pat Mikesch (U.S.) U.S. Olympic Festival Participants* 1978—John Haddad, Greg Hay, Bruce Horsch, Al Mickalich, Rodger Moy, John Rockwell 1979—Bruce Horsch, John Rockwell 1981—Jeff Johnston, Mike Lauen, Steve Murphy 1982—Jeff Johnston, Steve Murphy, Mike Nepi, Paul Stone 1983—Jim Bissett, Mike Lauen 1985—Brian Hannon 1989—Damian Rhodes 1990—John Young 1991—John Young 1992—Liam Garvey, Pat Mikesch 1993—Jeff Mikesch 1994—Jeff Mikesch, Pat Mikesch, Randy Stevens 1995—Pat Mikesch

All-Americans First Team 1937—Ed Maki 1951—Joe deBastiani 1953—Bob Monahan 1959—John Kosiancic 1960—Paul Coppo, George Cuculick, Henry Akervall, John Kosiancic 1962—Henry Akervall, Lou Angotti, Elov Seger, Jerry Sullivan 1963—Garry Bauman, George Hill 1964—Garry Bauman 1965—Tony Esposito 1966—Tony Esposito, Bruce Riutta 1967—Rick Best, Tony Esposito, Gary Milroy, Bruce Riutta 1969—Al Karlander 1971—Rob Murray, Morris Trewin 1974—Jim Nahrgang, Mike Zuke 1975—Bob D’Alvise 1976—George Lyle, Mike Zuke 1981—Tim Watters 1993—Jamie Ram 1994—Jamie Ram

NCAA All-Tournament Selections First Team 1956—Pete Aubry 1960—Lou Angotti, Paul Coppo 1962—Henry Akervall, Lou Angotti, John Ivanitz, Elov Seger 1965—Tony Esposito, Dennis Huculak, Pete Leiman, Gary Milroy, Wayne Weller 1974—Jim Nahrgang, Steve Jensen 1975—Jim Warden, Bob Lorimer, Bob D’Alvise, Steve Jensen 1981—Tim Watters

Second Team 1950—Jim Ruhl 1952—Joe deBastiani 1956—Jack McManus 1990—Kip Noble 2005—Colin Murphy

Hobey Baker Finalists 1994—Jamie Ram 2005—Colin Murphy

Second Team 1956—Ron Stenlund, Willie Tattersall, Cliff Wylie 1960—Henry Akervall, John Kosiancic 1962—Garry Bauman, Jerry Sullivan 1969—Al Karlander Most Valuable Player 1960—Lou Angotti 1962—Lou Angotti 1975—Jim Warden 1965—Gary Milroy

Third Team 1950—Jack Noblet 2004—Chris Conner Honorable Mention 1953—Joe deBastiani, Bob McManus, George McGinn, Harry Taylor 1956—Wally Crockatt, Harvey Glover, Lorne Holden, Bob McManus 1963—Gary Begg

Above: George Lyle (1973-76) spent three years at Michigan Tech and was an All-WCHA First Team selection after scoring 47 goals in 43 games during the 1975-76 schedule. He finished with 93-73--166 points in 100 career games in a Huskies uniform. Lyle owns the eighth spot in Tech’s record book for total points.

*Sponsored by the United States Olympic Committee Left: Steve Jensen (1973-75) scored 52 goals in 64 games for the U.S. in 1975-76 and represented his country at the 1975 and 1976 World Championships and the 1976 Innsbruck Olympics. The forward compiled 33-41-74 points in 81 games for the Huskies and was a part of an NCAA Championship team in 1975. Jensen appeared in more than 400 NHL games with the Minnesota North Stars and Los Angeles Kings.

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All-WCHA Selections

First Team 1955—Bob McManus* 1956—Jack McManus* 1960—Henry Akervall, John Kosiancic 1962—Henry Akervall, Lou Angotti, Garry Bauman, Jerry Sullivan 1963—Garry Bauman, George Hill 1964—Garry Bauman, Norm Wimmer 1965—Tony Esposito 1966—Tony Esposito, Bruce Riutta 1967—Tony Esposito 1969—Al Karlander 1971—Rob Murray, Morris Trewin 1974—Jim Nahrgang, Mike Zuke 1975—Bob D’Alvise, Jim Warden 1976—George Lyle, Mike Zuke 1981—Tim Watters 1989—Shawn Harrison 1990—Kip Noble 1993—Jamie Ram 1994—Jamie Ram 1998—Andre Savage 2005—Colin Murphy Second Team 1953—Joe deBastiani* 1955—Jack McManus* 1956—Bob McManus* 1957—Tom Kennedy*, Jack McManus* 1960—Paul Coppo, George Cuculick, Gerald Fabbro 1961—Henry Akervall, Lou Angotti, Bill Rowe, Jerry Sullivan 1962—Gene Rebellato, Elov Seger 1963—Gary Begg, John Ivanitz 1964—George Hill, Scott Watson 1965—Dennis Huculak, Gary Milroy 1966—Wayne Weller, Dennis Huculak 1967—Rick Best, Gary Milroy, Bruce Riutta, Bob Toothill 1968—Al Karlander, Dick Sieradzki 1971—Mike Usitalo 1973—Jim Nahrgang 1974—Rick Quance, Lorne Stamler 1975—Bob Lorimer, Mike Zuke 1979—John Rockwell, Gord Salt 1987—Dave Roach 1988—John Archibald 1991—Kelly Hurd 1993—John Young 1998—Andy Sutton 2004—Chris Conner 2005—Lars Helminen Third Team 1997—Andre Savage 2005—Cam Ellsworth 2006—Michael-Lee Teslak

Honorable Mention 1953—Bob Monahan+, Ray Puro+, Harry Taylor+ 1955—Pete Aubry*, Wally Crockatt*, Harvey Glover*, Cliff Wylie* 1956—Pete Aubry*, Wally Crockatt*, Lorne Holden*, Willie Tattersall*, Cliff Wylie* 1957—Jack Dockeray*, Lorne Holden*, Bob McManus* 1958—George Cuculick*, Bill McLay* 1960—John Pascht, Jerry Sullivan 1963—Gene Rebellato, Scott Watson 1965—Rick Best, Al Holm, Pete Leiman, Bruce Riutta, Terry Ryan, Wayne Weller 1966—Rick Best, Pete Leiman, Gary Milroy, Colin Patterson, Rick Yeo, Steve Yoshino 1967—Peter Grant, Gary Milroy, Colin Patterson 1968—Ken Desjardine, Bill Hughes, Jim Kryway, Gordon McRae, Ed Rivalin, Brian Watts 1969—Ken Desjardine, John Grisdale, John Haines, Gordon McRae, Rob Murray, Ed Shillington 1970—Ron Amadio, Ken Desjardine, Al McLeod, Rob Murray, Gordon McRae, Ed Shillington, Brian Watts 1972—Gary Crosby, Jim Nahrgang 1973—Darwin Mott, Bill Prentice, Rick Quance, Graham Wise 1974—Bob Lorimer, Jim Warden 1975—Bruce Abbey, Paul Jensen, Steve Jensen, George Lyle, Bill Steele, Stu Younger 1976—Bruce Horsch, Jim Mayer, Jim Murray, Stu Ostlund 1977—Nels Goddard, Dave Joelson, Jeff Wilcox, Warren Young, Stu Younger 1978—Dana Decker, Tim Watters, Nels Goddard, Dennis Hjelmquist, Bruce Horsch, Dave Joelson, Stu Ostlund, John Rockwell 1979—Tim Watters 1980—Rick Boehm, John Haddad, Greg Hay, Jeff Johnston, Dennis Hjelmquist, Mike Lauen, Frank Krieber, Darcy Way 1982—Tony Stiles#, Bill Terry# 1983—Bill Terry# 1984—Bill Terry# 1985—Chris Cichocki, Dave Reierson 1986—Dave Reierson, Dave Roach 1988—Shawn Harrison, Kip Noble, Damian Rhodes 1989—Tom Bissett, Kip Noble 1990—Damian Rhodes 1991—John Young, Geoff Sarjeant 1992—Geoff Sarjeant, Darcy Martini, John Young, Darren Brkic 1993—Jim Storm, Layne LeBel 1994—Brent Peterson Most Valuable Player 1971—Rob Murray 1976—Mike Zuke Rookie of the Year 1960—Lou Angotti 1963—George Hill 1965—Gary Milroy 1971—Mike Usitalo 1973—Mike Zuke WCHA Scoring Champion 1989—Shawn Harrison WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year 1992—Geoff Sarjeant WCHA Defensive Player of the Year 1998—Andy Sutton WCHA All-Rookie Team 1986—Tom Bissett 1991—Jamie Ram 1993—Pat Mikesch, Jason Wright

Mike Zuke (1972-76) was a three-time All-WCHA selection, a three-time All-American and was named the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player in 1976. Tech’s all-time leading scorer with 133-177--310 points, Zuke, averaged 1.90 points per game and was one of just two Huskies to score more than 100 career goals.

WCHA All-Academic Selections

1985—Doug Harris, Geordie Hamilton 1986—Don Porter, Randy Oswald, Richard Novak, Doug Harris, Geordie Hamilton 1987—Scott White 1988—Scott White, Steve Wendorf, Richard Novak, Randy McKay, Brian Hannon, John Archibald 1989—Scott White, Steve Wendorf, Rob Tustian, Richard Novak, Tom Bissett 1990—Rob Tustian, Jamie Steer, Geoff Sarjeant, Darcy Martini, Shawn Harrison 1991—Rob Tustian, Geoff Sarjeant, Randy Lewis,  Mike Hauswirth, Rod Ewacha, Jim Bonner 1992—Geoff Sarjeant, Kirby Perrault, Don Osborne, Kevin Manninen, Randy Lewis, Jeff Hill 1993—Travis Seale, Brent Peterson, Kirby Perrault, Don Osborne, Layne LeBel, Jeff Hill 1994—Brent Peterson, Kirby Perrault, Pat Mikesch, Martin Machacek, Jeff Hill, Jason Hanchuk, Kyle Ferguson 1995—Brent Peterson, Pat Mikesch, Jeff Mikesch, Jason Hanchuk, Luciano Caravaggio 1996—Travis VanTighem, Andy Sutton, Jason Prokopetz, Craig Perrett, Kyle Peterson, Pat Mikesch, Jeff Mikesch, Andy Lewis, Austyn Kryzer, Luciano Caravaggio 1997—Luciano Caravaggio, Rob Kinch, Austyn Kryzer, Andy Lewis, Jeff Mikesch, Pat Mikesch, Kyle Peterson, Craig Perrett, Jason Prokopetz, Andre Savage, Andy Sutton, Travis VanTighem 1998—A.J. Aitken, Devin Hartnell, Andy Lewis, Craig Perrett, Jason Prokopetz, Andre Savage, Andy Sutton 1999—A.J. Aitken, Adrian Fure, Devin Hartnell, Jason McKee, Jason Moilanen, Jarrett Weinberger, David Weninger 2000—A.J. Aitken, Jaron Doetzel, Adrian Fure, Devin Hartnell, Tom Kaiman, Jason Moilanen, Brad Patterson, Jarrett Weinberger 2001—Greg Amadio, Jaron Doetzel, Tom Kaiman, Jeff Keiver, Jason Moilanen, Brian Rogers, Jarrett Weinberger 2002—Greg Amadio, Justin Brown, Jaron Doetzel, Brett Engelhardt, Tom Kaiman, Jon Pittis 2003—Greg Amadio, Justin Brown, Cam Ellsworth, Brett Engelhardt, John Hartman, Jon Pittis, Josh Singer 2004—Nick Anderson, Justin Brown, Cam Ellsworth, Brett Engelhardt, John Hartman, Ryan Markham, Phil Pietila, Jon Pittis, B.J. Radovich, Pekka Saittakari, Brandon Schwartz 2005—Nick Anderson, Cam Ellsworth, John Hartman, Lars Helminen, Bryce Luker, Ryan Markham, Phil Pietala, B.J. Radovich, Pekka Saittakari, Brandon Schwartz, Tyler Skworchinski 2006—Nick Anderson, Mike Batovanja, Kevin Hachey, Lars Helminen, Mark Malekoff, Pekka Saittakari, Brandon Schwartz, Tyler Shelast, Tyler Skworchinski 2007—Ryan Angelow, Mike Batovanja, Alex Gagne, Kevin Hachey, Lars Helminen, Derek Kitti, Alex Lord, Mark Malekoff, John Schwarz, Tyler Shelast, Tyler Skworchinski 2008—Ryan Angelow, Alex Gagne, Kevin Hackey, Derek Kitti, Mark Malekoff, John Schwarz, Tyler Shelast, Mike Vanwagner, Eli Vlaisavljevich

WCHA Scholar-Athlete Selections

2006—Brandon Schwartz, Tyler Skworchinski 2007—Ryan Angelow, Mike Batovanja, Mark Malekoff, T yler Skworchinski 2008—Ryan Angelow, Kevin Hachey, Derek Kitti, Mark Malekoff, Mike VanWagner, Eli Vlaisavljevich *First presented in 2005-06

Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award

2007—Mike Batovanja (Honorable Mention)

WCHA All-Tournament Team 1996—Bret Meyers, Jeff Mikesch

*WIHL,   #CCHA,   +MCHL

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Merv Youngs Award (Most Valuable Player) 1947-48—Marc Olson 1948-49—Marc Olson 1949-50—Marc Olson 1950-51—Joe deBastiani 1951-52—Joe deBastiani 1952-53—Ray Puro 1953-54—None 1954-55—Bob McManus 1955-56—Jack McManus 1956-57—Tom Kennedy 1957-58—Ron Stenlund 1958-59—John Kosiancic 1959-60—Gerald Sullivan 1960-61—Gerald Sullivan 1961-62—Gerald Sullivan 1962-63—Garry Bauman 1963-64—Garry Bauman 1964-65—Gary Milroy 1965-66—Rick Yeo 1966-67—Gary Milroy 1967-68—Al Karlander 1968-69—Al Karlander 1969-70—Brian Watts 1970-71—Rob Murray 1971-72—Gary Crosby 1972-73—Graham Wise 1973-74—Jim Nahrgang 1974-75—Bob D’Alvise 1975-76—Mike Zuke 1976-77—Dave Joelson 1977-78—Bruce Horsch 1978-79—John Rockwell 1979-80—Rick Boehm 1980-81—Frank Krieber 1981-82—Rick Boehm 1982-83—Jim Bissett 1983-84—Bill Terry 1984-85—Chris Cichocki 1985-86—John Archibald 1986-87—Dave Roach 1987-88—John Archibald 1988-89—Tom Bissett 1989-90—Kip Noble 1990-91—Kelly Hurd 1991-92—John Young 1992-93—John Young 1993-94—Jamie Ram 1994-95—Brent Peterson 1995-96—Jason Wright 1996-97—Luciano Caravaggio 1997-98—Andre Savage 1998-99—David Weninger 1999-00—Devin Hartnell 2000-01—Matt Ulwelling 2001-02—Brett Engelhardt 2002-03—Colin Murphy 2003-04—Chris Conner 2004-05—Colin Murphy 2005-06—Chris Conner 2006-07—Lars Helminen 2007-08—Peter Rouleau

Bobby Gitzen-Dick Loutit Award (Outstanding Defensive Player Award) 1957-58—Dick Wilson 1958-59—John Pascht 1959-60—Henry Akervall 1960-61—John Pascht 1961-62—Elov Seger 1962-63—Gary Begg 1963-64—Norm Wimmer 1964-65—Dennis Huculak 1965-66—Dennis Huculak 1966-67—Bruce Riutta 1967-68—Dick Sieradzki 1968-69—Ken Desjardine 1969-70—Rob Murray 1970-71—John Grisdale 1971-72—Jim Nahrgang 1972-73—Jim Nahrgang 1973-74—Jim Nahrgang 1974-75—Bob Lorimer 1975-76—Ed Dempsey 1976-77—Doug Young 1977-78—Doug Young 1978-79—Tim Watters 1979-80—Jeff Johnston 1980-81—Tim Watters 1981-82—Mark Palkovich 1982-83—Mike O’Connor 1983-84—Mike Nepi 1984-85—Mike Nepi 1985-86—Dave Reierson 1986-87—Randy Oswald 1987-88—Kip Noble 1988-89—Kip Noble 1989-90—Kip Noble 1990-91—Darcy Martini 1991-92—Jeff Hill 1992-93—Jason Wright 1993-94—Jason Wright 1994-95—Jason Hanchuk 1995-96—Jason Wright 1996-97—Travis VanTighem 1997-98—Andy Sutton 1998-99—Adrian Fure 1999-00—Mat Snesrud 2000-01—Mat Snesrud 2001-02—Justin Brown 2002-03—Clay Wilson 2003-04—Clay Wilson 2004-05—Lars Helminen 2005-06—Lars Helminen 2006-07—Lars Helminen 2007-08—Geoff Kinrade

Elov Seger Memorial Award (Most Improved Player) 1965-66—Mike Gorman 1966-67—Jim Kryway 1967-68—Doug Hinton 1968-69—Al McLeod 1969-70—Ron Amadio 1970-71—Ken McPhail 1971-72—Lorne Stamler 1972-73—Rick Quance, John Jaschuk 1973-74—Elie Vorlicek 1974-75—Jeff Wilcox 1975-76—Jim Murray 1976-77—Chuck Stevens 1977-78—John Rockwell 1978-79—Jeff Nelson 1979-80—Al Mickalich 1980-81—Tony Stiles 1981-82—Mark Palkovich 1982-83—Jim Bissett 1983-84—Barry Riutta 1984-85—Randy McKay 1985-86—Kevin Fritz 1986-87—Charlie Henrich 1987-88—Kelly Murphy 1988-89—Davis Payne 1989-90—Reid McDonald 1990-91—Kirby Perrault 1991-92—Tim Hartnett 1992-93—Jason Hanchuk 1993-94—John Kisil 1994-95—Pete Hamilton 1995-96—Travis VanTighem 1996-97—Lubos Krajcovic 1997-98—Miles VanTassel 1998-99—Matt Ulwelling 1999-00—Jarrett Weinberger 2000-01—Chris Durno 2001-02—Jon Pittis 2002-03—Phil Pietila 2003-04—Rolf Ulvin 2004-05—Nick Anderson 2005-06—Tyler Skworchinski 2006-07—Pete Rouleau 2007-08—John Kivisto

Above: Joe deBastiani was awarded the Merv Youngs Award (MVP) twice in his career (195051, 1951-52). Below: Kip Noble earned the Bobby Gitzen-Dick Loutit Award (Outstanding Defensive Player) three times and the Merv Youngs Award (MVP) once.

Kip Noble (1986-90) leads all Michigan Tech defensemen in career scoring with 36-87--123 points in 156 games. During his senior season of 1989-90, Noble collected Second Team All-America honors after providing a team-best 17-33--50 points in 40 games.

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Norbert Matovich Memorial Award (Outstanding Freshman) 1966-67—Robert Reade 1967-68—Rick Klukie 1968-69—Bob Lee 1969-70—Steve Coates 1970-71—Jim Nahrgang 1971-72—Bob Lorimer 1972-73—Mike Zuke 1973-74—Steve Jensen 1974-75—Stu Ostlund 1975-76—Dave Joelson 1976-77—Greg Hay 1977-78—Tim Watters 1978-79—Glenn Merkosky 1979-80—Jim Bissett 1980-81—Ron Zuke 1981-82—Kurt Pearson 1982-83—Doug Harris 1983-84—Randy Oswald 1984-85—Richard Novak 1985-86—Scott White 1986-87—Ron Rolston Shawn Harrison 1987-88—Kelly Hurd Damian Rhodes 1988-89—Geoff Sarjeant 1989-90—Rod Ewacha 1990-91—Jim Storm 1991-92—Brent Peterson 1992-93—Pat Mikesch 1993-94—Kyle Peterson 1994-95—Andre Savage 1995-96—David Weninger 1996-97—Brad Mueller 1997-98—Clint Way 1998-99—Paul Cabana 1999-00—Jeff Keiver 2000-01—Justin Brown 2001-02—Colin Murphy 2002-03—Chris Conner 2003-04—Taggart Desmet 2004-05—Tyler Shelast 2005-06—Michael-Lee Teslak 2006-07—Ryan Bunger 2007-08—Eric Kattelus

John MacInnes Slide Rule Award (Scholastic and Academic Achievement) 1958-59—Dave Cowan 1959-60—John Pascht 1960-61—John Pascht 1961-62—Barry Johnson 1962-63—Al Patterson 1963-64—Phil McVittie 1964-65—Steve Yoshino 1965-66—Steve Yoshino 1966-67—Colin Patterson 1967-68—Bill Lassila 1968-69—Dick Marshall 1969-70—Ron Amadio 1970-71—Al McLeod 1971-72—Rick Quance 1972-73—Rick Quance 1973-74—Rick Quance 1974-75—Stu Ostlund (3.80, B.A.) 1975-76—Stu Younger 1976-77—Stu Ostlund (3.27, B.A.) 1977-78—Stu Ostlund (3.42, B.A.) 1978-79—Glenn Merkosky (3.50, B.A.) 1979-80—Per-Ake Johansson (3.29, B.A.) 1980-81—Per-Ake Johansson (3.27, B.A.) 1981-82—Kurt Pearson (3.55, B.A.) 1982-83—Doug Harris (3.66, Premed) 1983-84—Geordie Hamilton (2.95, Bio.S.) 1984-85—Geordie Hamilton (3.60, Bio.S.) 1985-86—Doug Harris (3.33, Premed) 1986-87—Len Buckman (3.43, E.E.) 1987-88—Richard Novak (3.76, C.S.) 1988-89—Sean Skinner (3.66, Bio.S.) 1989-90—Rob Tustian (3.52, M.E.) 1990-91—Geoff Sarjeant (3.31, B.A.) 1991-92—Geoff Sarjeant (3.43, B.A.) 1992-93—Kirby Perrault (3.36, Premed) 1993-94—Jason Hanchuk (3.62, Ci.E.) 1994-95—Jason Hanchuk (3.62, Ci.E.) 1995-96—Andy Lewis (3.64, Med. Tech) 1996-97—Travis VanTighem (3.59, B.A.) 1997-98—Devin Hartnell (3.58, Ci.E.) 1998-99—Jarrett Weinberger (3.99, Bio.S.) 1999-00—Jarrett Weinberger (3.95, Bio.S.) 2000-01—Jarrett Weinberger (3.96, Bio.S.) 2001-02—Justin Brown (3.90, B.A.) 2002-03—Justin Brown (3.6948, B.A.) 2003-04—Brandon Schwartz (3.7181, B.A.) 2004-05—Tyler Skworchinski (3.73, B.A.) 2005-06—Tyler Skworchinski (3.73, B.A.) 2006-07— Tyler Skworchinski (3.76, B.A.) 2007-08—Eli Vlaisavljevich (4.0, Bio.E.)

Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award (Sportsmanship) 1983-84—Ron Zuke 1984-85—Chris Cichocki 1985-86—Tiger Pierce Dave Roach 1986-87—Tom Bissett 1987-88—John Archibald 1988-89—Tom Bissett 1989-90—Greg Parnell 1990-91—Geoff Sarjeant 1991-92—Tim Hartnett 1992-93—Layne LeBel 1993-94—Brent Peterson 1994-95—Brent Peterson 1995-96—Kyle Peterson 1996-97—John Kisil 1997-98—Bret Meyers 1998-99—Brad Mueller 1999-00—Brad Patterson 2000-01—Jaron Doetzel 2001-02—Jaron Doetzel 2002-03—Jon Pittis 2003-04—John Hartman 2004-05—Chris Conner 2005-06—Nick Anderson 2006-07—Mike Batovanja 2007-08—Mark Malekoff

George McCarthy Performance Award (Scholastic and Athletic Achievement) 1987-88—Richard Novak 1988-89—Jamie Steer 1989-90—None 1990-91—Rob Tustian 1991-92—Jamie Steer 1992-93—Brent Peterson 1993-94—Randy Stevens 1994-95—Pat Mikesch 1995-96—Travis VanTighem 1996-97—Travis VanTighem 1997-98—Andre Savage 1998-99—Devin Hartnell 1999-00—Jason Moilanen 2000-01—Jarrett Weinberger 2001-02—Tom Kaiman 2002-03—Cam Ellsworth 2003-04—Justin Brown 2004-05—Cam Ellsworth 2005-06—Brandon Schwartz 2006-07— Tyler Shelast 2007-08—Tyler Shelast

Above: The recipient of the Harold Meese Sportsmanship Award in 1987-88, John Archibald (1984-88) also garnered All-WCHA Second Team laurels in the 1987-88 campaign. Archibald is tied for 11th among all Tech players in scoring after tallying 75-84--159 points in 154 career games.

B.A.-Buisness Administration Bio.E.-Biomedical Engineering Bio.S.-Biological Studies Ci.E.-Computer Information Engineering C.S.-Computer Science E.E.-Electrical Engineering M.E.-Mechanical Engineering Med. Tech-Medical Technology Premed-Pre-Medicine

Left: Stu Ostlund (1974-78) won the John MacInnes Slide Rule Award (Scholastic and Academic Achievement) three times in his career.

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All-Time Leaders Forwards and Defensemen

Goaltenders

Games Played Richard Novak (1984-86/87-89) Tom Bissett (1985-89) Mike Zuke (1972-76) Jason Wright (1992-96) Jamie Steer (1988-92) Stu Ostlund (1974-78) Dana Decker (1974-78) Doug Harris (1982-86) Brent Peterson (1991-95) Dave Joelson (1975-79) Jay Luknowsky (1987-91)

165 163 163 162 160 160 159 158 158 157 157

Goal Scoring Mike Zuke (1972-76) Bob D’Alvise (1971-75) George Lyle (1973-76) Bill Terry (1980-84) Jack McManus (1953-57) Stu Ostlund (1974-78) Brent Peterson (1991-95) Gord Salt (1976-80) Kelly Hurd (1987-91) Brian Hannon (1983-85, 86-88) John Archibald (1984-88)

133 100 93 91 88 80 80 78 77 75 75

Assists Mike Zuke (1972-76) John Young (1989-93) Rick Boehm (1978-82) Stu Ostlund (1974-78) Bob D’Alvise (1971-75) Pat Mikesch (1992-96) Darwin Mott (1969-73) Rodger Moy (1976-80) Colin Murphy (2001-05) Tom Bissett (1985-89)

177 149 143 133 117 112 99 98 98 94

Points Mike Zuke (1972-76) Bob D’Alvise (1971-75) Stu Ostlund (1974-78) John Young (1989-93) Rick Boehm (1978-82) Bill Terry (1980-84) Pat Mikesch (1992-96) George Lyle (1973-76) Steve Murphy (1979-80, 81-84) Jack McManus (1953-57) John Archibald (1984-88)

310 217 213 210 209 180 169 166 165 160 159

Penalty Minutes Darcy Martini (1988-92) Jason Prokopetz (1994-98) Jeff St. Cyr (1986-90) Greg Amadio (1999-2003) Scott Compton (1982-86) Jim Nahrgang (1970-74) Jeff Mikesch (1993-97) Jeff Hill (1990-94) Kirby Perrault (1990-94) Pat Mikesch (1992-96) Davis Payne (1988-92) John Scott (2002-06) Bob Lorimer (1971-75) Craig Perrett (1994-98)

499 398 340 339 321 316 307 299 292 276 273 265 251 249

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Games Played Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) Jamie Ram (1990-94) David Weninger (1995-99) Luciano Caravaggio (1993-97) Dave Roach (1983-87) Damian Rhodes (1987-90) Bruce Horsch (1974-78) Bob McManus (1953-57) George Cuculick (1957-60) Geoff Sarjeant (1988-92) Garry Bauman (1961-64) Michael Lee Taslak (2005-08) Gordon McRae (1967-70) John Rockwell (1975-79)

117 115 108 96 96 91 86 78 77 75 75 73 71 69

Goals Against Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) Dave Roach (1983-87) Jamie Ram (1990-94) Damian Rhodes (1987-90) David Weninger (1995-99) Bruce Horsch (1974-78) Luciano Caravaggio (1993-97) Geoff Sarjeant (1988-92) John Rockwell (1975-79) Bob McManus (1953-57) George Cuculick (1957-60) Gordon McRae (1967-70)

423 409 402 396 348 344 333 305 274 271 243 221

Goals Against Average Tony Esposito (1964-67) Garry Bauman (1961-64) Michael Lee Teslak (2005-08) Rick Best (1964-67) Bill Rowe (1958-61) Gordon McRae (1967-70) Jim Warden (1972-75) George Cuculick (1957-60) Bob McManus (1953-57) David Weninger (1995-99) Jamie Ram (1990-94) Rick Quance (1971-74) Frank Krieber (1977-81)

2.55 2.64 2.66 2.88 2.89 3.11 3.12 3.19 3.51 3.56 3.58 3.63 3.74

Saves Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) Jamie Ram (1990-94) Damian Rhodes (1987-90) Dave Roach (1983-87) Bruce Horsch (1974-78) David Weninger (1995-99) Luciano Caravaggio (1993-97) Geoff Sarjeant (1988-92) John Rockwell (1975-79) Bob McManus (1953-57) Garry Bauman (1961-64) George Cuculick (1957-60) Gordon McRae (1967-70)

3,510 3,336 3,123 3,090 2,817 2,706 2,496 2,357 2,268 2,184 2,045 1,968 1,906

Save Percentage Garry Bauman (1961-64) Tony Esposito (1964-67) Michael Lee Teslak (2005-08) Jim Warden (1972-75) Jamie Ram (1990-94) Gordon McRae (1967-70) Rick Best (1964-67) Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) John Rockwell (1975-79) Rick Quance (1971-74) Bruce Horsch (1974-78) George Cuculick (1957-60)

.916 .912 .910 .907 .900 .896 .895 .8924 .8922 .8913 .8912 .890


Career

Most Games: 165, Richard Novak (1984-89) Most Goals: 133, Mike Zuke, (1972-76) Most Assists: 177, Mike Zuke (1972-76) Most Points: 310, Mike Zuke (1972-76) Most Penalties: 191, Darcy Martini (1988-92) Most Penalty Minutes: 499, Darcy Martini (1988-92) Most Power Play Goals: 41, Mike Zuke (1972-76) Most Shorthanded Goals: 15, Chris Conner (2002-06) Most Game Winning Goals: 21, Mike Zuke (1972-76) Most Goals By A Defenseman: 36, Kip Noble (1986-90) Most Assists By A Defenseman: 87, Kip Noble (1986-90) Most Points By A Defenseman: 123, Kip Noble (1986-90) Most Consecutive Games: 163, Tom Bissett (1985-89), Mike Zuke (1972-76) Most Games Scoring Three Or More Goals: 8, Mike Zuke (1973-76) Most 20-Or-More Goal Seasons: 4, Mike Zuke (1973-76) Most 30-Or-More Goal Seasons: 2, Mike Zuke (1973-76); George Lyle (1974-76) Most 50-Or-More Point Seasons: 4, Mike Zuke (1973-76) Most 40-Or-More Point Seasons: 4, Bill Terry (1981-84); Rick Boehm (1979-82); Stu Ostlund (1975-78); Mike Zuke (1973-76) Most Games, Goaltender: 117, Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) Most Goals Allowed: 423, Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) Best Goals Against Average: 2.55, Tony Esposito (1964-67) Most Saves: 3,510, Cam Ellsworth (2001-05) Best Save Percentage: .916, Garry Bauman (1961-64) Most Shutouts: 7, Ed Maki (1933-37)

Season

Most Goals: 47, Mike Zuke (1975-76); George Lyle (1975-76) Most Assists: 57, Mike Zuke (1975-76) Most Points: 104, Mike Zuke (1975-76) Most Penalties: 66, Darcy Martini (1990-91) Most Penalty Minutes: 184, Darcy Martini (1990-91) Most Power Play Goals: 18, George Lyle (1975-76) Most Shorthanded Goals: 15, Chris Conner (2005-06) Most Game Winning Goals: 8, Mike Zuke (1975-76); Jerry Sullivan (1960-61) Most Game Tying Goals: 6, Brent Peterson (1993-94); Randy Stevens (1993-94) Most Goals By A Defenseman: 17, Kip Noble (1989-90) Most Assists By A Defenseman: 38, Tim Watters (1980-81) Most Points By A Defenseman: 50, Kip Noble (1989-90); Tim Watters (1980-81) Most Penalties By A Defenseman: 66, Darcy Martini (1990-91) Most Penalty Minutes By A Defenseman: 184, Darcy Martini (1990-91) Most Goals By A Center: 47, Mike Zuke (1975-76) Most Assists By A Center: 57, Mike Zuke (1975-76) Most Points By A Center: 104, Mike Zuke (1975-76) Most Goals By A Right Wing: 34, Gord Salt (1978-79) Most Assists By A Right Wing: 42, Jim Mayer (1975-76); Colin Murphy (2004-05) Most Points By A Right Wing: 71, Jim Mayer (1975-76) Most Goals By A Left Wing: 47, George Lyle (1975-76) Most Assists By A Left Wing: 41, George Lyle (1975-76) Most Points By A Left Wing: 88, George Lyle (1975-76) Most Goals By A Freshman: 28, Mike Usitalo (1970-71) Most Assists By A Freshman: 41, Rick Boehm (1978-79) Most Points By A Freshman: 53, Mike Zuke (1973-74) Most Goals By A Freshman Defenseman: 8, Tony Stiles (1978-79) Most Assists By A Freshman Defenseman: 21, Bob Pallante (1961-62) Most Points By A Freshman Defenseman: 25, Jason Wright (5-20--25; 1992-93) Longest Consecutive Goal-Scoring Streak: 10, Gord Salt (12/19/78-1/26/79); George Lyle (2/13/76-3/11/76) Longest Consecutive Assist-Scoring Streak: 14, Stu Ostlund (11/29/75-1/17/76) Longest Consecutive Point-Scoring Streak: 32, Mike Zuke (11/22/75-3/11/76) Most Goals Allowed: 163, Damian Rhodes (1988-89) Fewest Goals Allowed: 25, Gordon McRae (1967-68) Best Goals Against Average: 1.94, Ed Maki (1936-37) Most Saves: 1,301, Damian Rhodes (1988-89) Best Save Percentage: .926, Gordon McRae (1967-68) Most Shutouts: 4, Michael-Lee Teslak (2006-07); Jim Warden (1974-75) Longest Undefeated Streak: 16, Garry Bauman (1961-62)

Single Game

Most Goals: 6, Paul Hendrickson vs. Wausau (2/24/34) Most Assists: 6, Bill Steele vs. Colorado College (1/3/73); John Pascht vs. Amarillo (12/23/60) Most Points: 7, Glenn Merkosky vs. Colorado College (1/6/79); 11 others tied Most Penalties: 7, Darcy Martini vs. Denver (2/2/91); Rob Tustian at Colorado College (2/22/91) Most Penalty Minutes: 24, Lou Angotti vs. Michigan (1/7/61) Most Goals By A Defenseman: 3, Dave Reierson vs. Boston University (1/11/85); Mike Nepi vs. Northern Michigan (12/17/83); Bob Monahan vs. McMaster (1/27/50) Most Assists By A Defenseman: 6, John Pascht vs. Amarillo (12/23/60) Most Points By A Defenseman: 7, John Pascht vs Amarillo (12/23/60) Most Goals By A Freshman: 4, Glenn Merkosky vs. Colorado College (1/6/79); Cliff Wylie vs. North Dakota (2/16/55) Most Assists By A Freshman: 5, Rick Boehm vs. Colorado College (1/6/79) Most Points By A Freshman: 7, Glenn Merkosky vs. Colorado College (1/6/79) Fastest Three Goals: 1:38, Paul Hendrickson vs. Wausau (2/24/34) Fastest Three Assists: 4:55, Mike Zuke vs. Lake Superior State (12/13/75) Fastest Two Goals: :10, Steve Yoshino vs. Michigan State (2/19/66); Jack McManus vs. Colorado College (3/2/57) Most Saves: 74, Jack Noblet vs. North Dakota (1/18/48) Fewest Saves: 6, Bill Rowe vs. Michigan State (1/14/61)

Period

Most Goals: 4, Paul Hendrickson vs. Wausau (2/24/34) Most Assists: 3, John Young vs. Denver (2/2/91); eight others tied Most Points: 6, Ted Olson vs. Michigan State (2/3/50) Most Penalites: 5, Don Osborne (2/14/92) Most Penalty Minutes: 22, Lou Angotti vs. Michigan (1/7/61) Most Saves: 28, 2nd, John Rockwell vs. North Dakota (10/28/78); 1st, Ray Pilon vs. Colorado College (2/2/52) Most Saves, Overtime: 13, George Cuculick vs. Colorado College (1/1/60) Fewest Saves: 0, 1st, John Rockwell vs. Lake Superior State (10/21/78); 1st, Bill Rowe vs. Michigan State (1/14/61)

Mike Usitalo (1970-74) tallied 28 goals in his rookie season of 1970, which marked the highest goal total of any Michigan Tech freshman in the program’s storied history. For his efforts he was named the 1970 WCHA Rookie of the Year. The forward finished his career with 71-61-132 points in 109 games.

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All-Time Hat Tricks 1954-55 Jack McManus Jack McManus Jack McManus Cliff Wylie

Marquette Sent. (12/28) Michigan State (1/22) Minnesota (2/12) North Dakota (2/16)

4 3 3 4

1955-56 Pete Aubry Jack McManus Pete Aubry Lorne LaHaye Lorne LaHaye Bill McLay Jack McManus Pete Aubry Ron Stenlund

Sault Esquires (12/9) Sault Esquires (12/10) Denver (12/27) St. Cloud (1/6) St. Cloud (1/7) North Dakota (1/13) Michigan State (1/28) North Dakota (2/17) Boston College (3/16)

5 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 4

1956-57 Jack McManus

Toronto (12/6)

4

1957-58 John Kosiancic Paul Coppo John Kosiancic

Fort William (11/22) Minnesota Duluth (12/14) Fort Frances (2/21)

3 4 4

1958-59 Pete Buchmann Al Raymond John Kosiancic Paul Coppo Gerry Fabbro John Kosiancic

Minnesota Duluth (12/6) Minnesota Duluth (12/6) Michigan (1/10) Minnesota (1/16) Michigan State (1/13) Minnesota (3/6)

3 3 5 3 3 3

1959-60 Paul Coppo John Kosiancic Gerry Fabbro Lou Angotti

Minnesota (11/27) Minnesota (1/29) St. Lawrence (3/17) St. Lawrence (3/17)

3 3 3 3

1960-61 Lou Angotti Jerry Sullivan Jerry Sullivan Lou Angotti Lou Angotti Mike Draper Lou Angotti

North Dakota (11/26) North Dakota (12/3) Colorado College (12/29) Michigan State (1/13) Colorado College (2/13) Colorado College (2/14) Michigan (2/25)

3 3 3 3 4 3 3

1961-62 Jerry Sullivan Mike Draper Jerry Sullivan John Ivanitz Gene Rebellato Jerry Sullivan Scott Watson Lou Angotti John Ivanitz

Denver (12/9) Toronto (12/16) Colorado College (12/29) Minnesota (1/11) Michigan State (2/9) Minnesota Duluth (2/23) Minnesota Duluth (2/23) Finland (2/27) Clarkson (3/17)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3

1962-63 George Hill John Ivanitz Gene Rebellato Al Holm George Hill John Ivanitz

Nipigon (12/29) Nipigon (12/29) Nipigon (12/30) Minnesota Duluth (1/28) Minnesota Duluth (1/29) Michigan (2/16)

3 3 3 3 4 3

1963-64 Scott Watson Scott Watson George Hill

Michigan State (2/21) Michigan State (2/22) Colorado College (3/7)

3 3 3

1964-65 Wayne Weller Rick Yeo Al Holm Gary Milroy Rick Yeo Wayne Weller Al Holm Al Holm

Waterloo Lutheran (11/20) Minnesota Duluth (1/1) Michigan (1/29) Michigan State (2/20) Michigan (2/27) Michigan (2/27) Minnesota (3/5) Minnesota (3/6)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1965-66 Gary Milroy Jerry Bumbacco Bob Wilson

Minnesota (12/4) Manitoba (12/11) Minnesta Duluth (2/5)

3 3 3

1966-67 Gary Milroy Gary Milroy

Minnesota Duluth (1/7) North Dakota (3/4)

4 3

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1967-68 Brian Watts Brian Watts Jim Kryway Ed Shillington

Wisconsin (12/8) Wisconsin (12/9) Minnesota Duluth (1/19) Colorado College (3/5)

3 3 4 3

1968-69 Carl Ahlsten Al Karlander Al Karlander Ed Shillington Al Karlander

McMaster (11/15) Colorado College (1/8) North Dakota (1/18) Minnesota Duluth (2/21) Cornell (3/14)

3 3 3 3 3

1969-70 Brian Watts Herb Boxer

Boston University (1/3) Minnesota (3/14)

3 4

1970-71 Terry McKnight Mike Usitalo Mike Usitalo Mike Usitalo

Denver (12/11) Michigan (12/30) Colorado College (1/5) North Dakota (1/8)

3 3 3 3

1971-72 Lorne Stamler Gary Crosby

Michigan (2/11) Minnesota Duluth (2/26)

3 3

1972-73 Bob D’Alvise Mike Zuke Mike Zuke Bob D’Alvise Darwin Mott Mike Zuke Bob D’Alvise

Waterloo (11/11) Michigan (11/18) Colorado College (1/3) Notre Dame (1/19) Notre Dame (1/19) Michigan (2/24) Michigan State (3/5)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1973-74 Mike Zuke Bob D’Alvise Mike Usitalo Mike Zuke Lorne Stamler Steve Jensen

Minnesota Duluth (11/9) Minnesota Duluth (11/9) North Dakota (11/23) Michigan (11/30) Colorado College (1/4) Colorado College (1/5)

3 4 3 4 3 3

1974-75 Jim Mayer Steve Jensen Bill Steele Jim Mayer Mike Zuke Bob D’Alvise George Lyle

Minnesota Duluth (11/2) Colorado College (11/15) Denver (12/6) Denver (12/6) Denver (1/24) Denver (1/24) Notre Dame (2/15)

3 3 3 3 3 3 4

1975-76 Warren Young George Lyle Mike Zuke Jim Mayer Stu Ostlund George Lyle Jim Mayer George Lyle Jim Mayer Stu Ostlund Mike Zuke George Lyle

Denver (11/8) Notre Dame (11/29) Lake Superior State (12/12) Minnesota (1/2) Colorado College (1/10) Michigan State (1/16) Michigan State (1/17) Denver (1/30) Notre Dame (2/14) North Dakota (2/20) Wisconsin (2/27) Minnesota Duluth (3/5)

3 3 5 3 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3

1976-77 Stu Younger Greg Hay

Michigan (10/22) Michigan State (2/19)

3 3

1977-78 Gord Salt Stu Ostlund Stu Ostlund Warren Young

North Dakota (11/25) Michigan (12/10) Michigan State (1/14) Wisconsin (3/15)

3 3 3 3

1978-79 Warren Young Gord Salt Gord Salt Glenn Merkosky Warren Young John Haddad

Lake Superior State (10/21) Colorado College (11/18) Colorado College (1/6) Colorado College (1/26) North Dakota (1/26) North Dakota (1/26)

3 3 3 4 3 3

1979-80 Brent DeNat Gord Salt Steve Murphy

Lake Superior State (10/19) Colorado College (11/17) Colorado College (2/16)

3 3 3

1980-81 Per-Ake Johansson Rick Boehm Bill Terry Mike Lauen Bill Terry

Lake Superior State (10/25) Notre Dame (1/10) Notre Dame (1/10) Minnesota (2/13) Western Michigan (12/4)

3 3 3 3 3

1981-82 Bill Terry Bill Terry

Lake Superior State (2/13) Illinois Chicago (2/26)

3 3

1982-83 Jim Bissett Jim Bissett Todd Scott Bill Terry Steve Murphy

Western Michigan (10/30) Michigan (11/13) Notre Dame (12/28) Miami (1/8) Illinois Chicago (1/22)

3 3 3 3 3

1983-84 Bill Terry Chris Cichocki Bill Terry Chris Cichocki Mike Nepi Chris Cichocki Steve Murphy

Northern Michigan (10/14) Northern Michigan (10/15) Bowling Green (10/28) Michigan (11/11) Northern Michigan (12/17) Michigan State (2/3) Northern Michigan (2/10)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

1984-85 Dave Reierson

Boston University (1/12)

3

1986-87 John Archibald Brian Hannon

North Dakota (11/7) Northeastern (12/6)

3 3

1987-88 Brian Hannon Brian Hannon Randy McKay Shawn Harrison

Colorado College (10/17) Minnesota (12/19) Northern Michigan (1/14) North Dakota (2/27)

3 3 3 3

1988-89 Ron Rolston Jim Carroll Richard Novak

Minnesota Duluth (10/21) Maine (11/12) Northeastern (1/17)

3 3 3

1989-90 Shawn Harrison Jamie Steer

Western Michigan (12/16) Northern Michigan (12/30)

3 3

1990-91 Kelly Hurd Davis Payne Kelly Hurd Kelly Hurd

North Dakota (11/3) Denver (1/2) Denver (2/1) St. Cloud State (2/9)

3 3 3 3

1991-92 Jim Storm Jamie Steer John Young Jim Storm

Northern Michigan (11/2) Minnesota Duluth (12/7) Laurentian (1/7) Laurentian (1/7)

3 3 3 3

1992-93 Jim Storm Jim Storm

Wisconsin (11/7) Colorado College (1/8)

3 3

1993-94 Brent Peterson

Northern Michigan (10/30)

4

1995-96 Jeff Mikesch

Northern Michigan (2/9)

3

2000-01 Matt Ulwelling

Alaska Anchorage (1/20)

3

2001-02 Bryan Perez

Minnesota (11/3)

3

2002-03 Colin Murphy

Minnesota Duluth (3/7)

3

2003-04 Chris Conner Colin Murphy Chris Conner

Northern Michigan (10/17) Northern Michigan (10/18) St. Cloud State (10/25)

3 4 3

2006-07 Justin St. Louis Pete Rouleau

Minnesota (3/3) Alaska (10/26)

3 3

Minnesota Duluth (2/15) Home Games in Bold

3

2007-08 Pete Rouleau


The Century Club (100 or More Points)

Name (Year) Pos 1 Mike Zuke (1972-76) F 2 Bob D’Alvise (1971-75) F 3 Stu Ostlund (1974-78) F 4 John Young (1989-93) F 5 Rick Boehm (1978-82) F 6 Bill Terry (1980-84) F 7 Pat Mikesch (1992-96) F 8 George Lyle (1973-76) F 9 Steve Murphy (1979-84) F 10 Jack McManus (1953-57) F 11 John Archibald (1984-88) F Tom Bissett (1985-89) F 13 Dave Joelson (1975-79) F 14 Rodger Moy (1976-80) F 15 Colin Murphy (2001-05) F 16 Bill Steele (1971-75) F Darwin Mott (1969-73) F 18 Jamie Steer (1988-92) F 19 Kelly Hurd (1987-91) F 20 Mike Lauen (1979-83) F Jim Storm (1990-93) F Shawn Harrison (1986-90) F 23 Graham Wise (1970-74) F 24 Brent Peterson (1991-95) F 25 Brian Hannon (1983-85/86-88) F Andre Savage (1994-98) F 27 Jerry Sullivan (1959-62) F 28 Gord Salt (1976-80) F 29 Greg Hay (1976-80) F 30 Paul Coppo (1957-60) F 31 Lou Angotti (1959-62) F Mike Usitalo (1970-74) F 33 John Kosiancic (1957-60) F 34 Warren Young (1975-79) F 35 Lorne Stamler (`1970-74) F Chris Conner (2002-05) F 37 Gary Milroy (1964-67) F Dana Decker (1974-78) F 39 Ted Olson (1946-50) F Cliff Wylie (1954-58) F 41 Wayne Weller (1964-67) F Kip Noble (1986-90) D 43 Chirs Cichocki (1982-85) F Geordie Hamilton (1982-86) F 45 Doug Harris (1982-86) F Jim Mayer (1972-76) F Tom Kennedy (1955-59) F 48 Gerald Fabbro (1958-61) F Todd Scott (1979-83) F 50 Mike Nepi (1981-85) D Stu Younger (1973-77) F Jim Bissett (1979-83) F 53 Ron Stenlund (1954-58) F John Ivanitz (1960-63) F Ron Zuke (1980-84) F Brett Engelhardt (2000-04) F 57 Jim Nahrgang (1970-74) D Jim Ruhl (1946-50) F Randy McKay (1984-88) F 60 Jason Wright (1992-96) D

GP 163 149 160 155 147 152 153 100 144 107 154 163 157 148 145 145 163 160 155 147 108 141 139 158 155 149 93 130 141 85 89 109 86 141 140 151 82 159 71 110 91 156 116 144 158 131 105 84 138 148 152 143 110 84 146 149 137 71 145 162

G 133 100 80 61 66 91 57 93 73 88 75 65 72 54 54 65 52 74 77 73 63 59 70 80 75 52 65 78 46 59 71 71 64 63 63 69 56 56 62 43 59 36 67 49 41 47 39 46 44 26 48 45 49 52 51 51 33 59 38 18

A 177 117 133 149 143 89 112 73 92 72 84 94 80 98 98 86 99 75 71 73 83 87 75 64 68 91 77 60 91 75 61 61 67 67 64 60 69 69 62 81 64 87 54 69 75 68 76 67 67 84 60 63 57 53 54 54 71 42 63 82

TP 310 217 213 210 209 180 169 166 165 160 159 159 152 152 152 151 151 149 148 146 146 146 145 144 143 143 142 138 137 134 132 132 131 130 129 129 125 125 124 124 123 123 121 118 116 115 115 113 111 110 108 108 106 105 105 105 104 101 101 100

PPG 1.90 1.46 1.33 1.35 1.42 1.18 1.10 1.66 1.15 1.50 1.03 1.03 0.97 1.03 1.05 1.04 0.93 0.93 0.95 0.99 1.35 1.04 1.04 0.91 0.92 0.96 1.53 1.06 0.97 1.58 1.48 1.21 1.52 0.92 0.92 0.85 1.52 0.79 1.75 1.13 1.35 0.79 1.04 0.82 0.73 0.88 1.09 1.35 0.80 0.74 0.71 0.76 0.96 1.25 0.72 0.70 0.76 1.43 0.70 0.62

Top 20 Highest-Scoring Defensemen Name (Year) 1 Kip Noble (1986-90) 2 Mike Nepi (1981-85) 3 Jim Nahrgang (1970-74) 4 Jason Wright (1992-96) 5 Ed Dempsey (1973-77) 6 Layne LeBel (1990-94) Scott White (1985-89) Tim Watters (1977-81) 9 Dave Reierson (1982-86) 10 Lars Helminen (2003-07) 11 Tony Stiles (1978-82) 12 Gary Begg (1960-63) 13 Al McLeod (1968-71) 14 Dick Wilson (1955-58) 15 John Haddad (1977-80) Bob Lorimer (1971-75) 17 Darcy Martini (1988-92) 18 Justin Brown (2000-04) 19 Bruce Abbey (1971-75) 20 Clay Wilson (2001-05)

Top 10 Winningest Goaltenders Name (Year) 1 Bruce Horsch 2 Garry Bauman 3 Gordie McRae 4 Jim Warden 5 Jamie Ram 6 George Cuculick 7 Bob McManus 8 Tony Esposito John Rockwell 10 Damian Rhodes

GP 156 148 137 162 117 149 154 111 151 153 143 89 89 80 93 147 124 149 128 148

G 36 26 33 18 18 25 20 19 18 14 26 27 29 24 27 16 19 11 6 17

Years 1974-78 1961-64 1967-70 1972-75 1990-94 1957-60 1953-57 1964-67 1975-79 1987-90

Wins 58 48 44 43 42 41 40 38 38 37

A 87 84 71 82 78 68 73 74 72 68 55 51 46 50 44 55 43 48 52 40

TP 123 110 104 100 96 93 93 93 90 82 81 78 75 74 71 71 62 59 58 57

Right: Bruce Horsch (1974-78) won 59 games as a goaltender, most in Michigan Tech history. He was the season goaltending leader in 1975-76, and 1976-77.

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Year-By-Year Leaders Scoring

Year 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Name GP Marc Olson 17 Joe deBastiani 22 Ray Puro 20 Ray Puro 19 Ray Merrifield 25 Jack McManus 26 Jack McManus 28 Jack McManus 28 Paul Coppo 28 John Kosiancic 27 Paul Coppo 32 Jerry Sullivan 29 Jerry Sullivan 32 George Hill 29 George Hill 27 Wayne Weller 31 Wayne Weller 30 Gary Milroy 30 Al Karlander 32 Al Karlander 32 Ed Shillington 33 Mike Usitalo 30 Gary Crosby 34 Mike Zuke 38 Mike Zuke 40 Bob D’Alvise 42 Mike Zuke 32 Warren Young 37 Dave Joelson 40 Gord Salt 37 Rick Boehm 38 Rick Boehm 37 Bill Terry 35 Jim Bissett 37 Chris Cichocki 40 Chris Cichocki 40 John Archibald 37 Ally Cook 39 John Archibald 41 Shawn Harrison 42 Kip Noble 40 John Young 41 John Young 39 Jim Storm 33 Pat Mikesch 45 Pat Mikesch 36 Andre Savage 40 Andre Savage 37 Andre Savage 33 Matt Ulwelling 38 Jarrett Weinberger 37 Matt Ulwelling 36 Brett Engelhardt 38 Colin Murphy 37 Chris Conner 38 Colin Murphy 37 Chris Conner 38 Pete Rouleau 40 Pete Rouleau 39

G 23 13 20 19 8 25 29 26 15 25 26 22 30 22 20 24 26 25 22 31 21 28 23 23 28 37 47 19 24 34 17 21 26 27 25 30 19 13 22 17 17 16 19 22 14 15 13 18 14 9 10 8 16 20 25 11 17 7 12

A 28 11 15 14 15 20 23 23 13 28 31 25 29 20 22 23 19 18 13 13 18 17 34 30 47 47 57 26 23 25 41 37 24 28 20 24 19 29 31 33 33 46 41 32 36 28 27 20 27 17 9 21 16 20 14 42 12 23 17

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TP P-M 51 24 35 33 23 6-12 45 11-33 52 7-14 49 6-26 28 3-6 53 13-26 57 1-2 47 0-0 59 3-6 42 4-8 42 10-20 47 10-28 45 13-26 43 8-24 35 8-24 44 8-24 39 8-16 45 11-22 57 12-24 53 10-20 75 19-38 84 2-4 104 21-42 45 31-86 47 4-8 59 23-49 58 10-20 58 21-49 50 17-37 55 27-54 45 14-36 54 7-14 38 13-56 42 11-22 53 5-18 50 25-58 50 19-46 62 20-48 60 26-63 54 15-30 50 39-118 43 17-37 40 21-42 38 17-34 41 17-34 26 15-30 19 32-94 29 16-32 32 20-40 40 13-42 39 6-12 53 20-40 29 9-18 30 16-32 29 20-43

HT 2 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 0 2 0 3 0 3 1 3 2 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1

Goaltending Year 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Name Harry Taylor Bob McManus Bob McManus Bob McManus George Cuculick George Cuculick George Cuculick Bill Rowe Garry Bauman Garry Bauman Garry Bauman Tony Esposito Tony Esposito Tony Esposito Gordon McRae Gordon McRae Gordon McRae Bob Lee Morris Trewin Rick Quance Rick Quance Jim Warden Bruce Horsch Bruce Horsch John Rockwell John Rockwell Rob Polman Tuin Frank Krieber Tom Allen Mudge Tompsett Dave Roach Dave Roach Darryl Pierce Dave Roach Damian Rhodes Damian Rhodes Damian Rhodes Geoff Sarjeant Jamie Ram Jamie Ram Jamie Ram Luciano Caravaggio David Weninger Luciano Caravaggio David Weninger David Weninger Jason Moilanen Brian Rogers Cam Ellsworth Cam Ellsworth Cam Ellsworth Cam Ellsworth Michael-Lee Teslak Michael-Lee Teslak Michael Lee Teslak

GP 18 22 24 24 26 20 30 29 25 26 24 17 19 15 12 28 31 15 23 17 27 31 31 25 21 31 14 28 25 22 24 19 21 29 29 37 25 28 23 36 39 31 25 28 33 32 22 35 28 35 25 30 26 22 25

GA 91 73 75 86 82 63 98 77 61 70 67 40 51 39 25 84 112 44 95 55 95 92 124 117 72 124 49 91 91 76 79 75 87 151 114 163 1358 97 83 115 117 119 70 92 119 100 87 123 114 133 84 92 88 42 51

Avg 5.15 3.30 3.10 3.50 3.20 3.15 3.26 2.72 2.44 2.69 2.70 2.35 2.68 2.60 2.08 3.00 3.61 2.93 4.19 3.24 3.52 2.97 4.00 4.68 3.49 4.09 3.72 3.21 3.62 3.45 3.36 4.15 4.31 5.00 4.20 4.41 5.26 3.78 4.35 3.32 3.20 4.02 3.23 3.67 3.74 3.33 4.31 3.66 4.58 3.94 3.86 3.23 3.68 2.00 2.20

Svs 475 626 638 617 683 504 781 627 595 753 697 415 508 423 312 731 863 414 717 526 788 947 1094 781 670 1020 414 773 756 683 714 530 653 1157 947 1301 875 862 581 1021 1215 853 540 789 860 869 621 994 734 1109 667 1000 812 459 569

Pct .839 .896 .895 .888 .893 .889 .889 .891 .907 .915 .912 .912 .909 .916 .926 .897 .885 .904 .883 .905 .892 .911 .898 .869 .903 .892 .894 .895 .893 .899 .900 .876 .882 .885 .893 .889 .880 .899 .875 .899 .912 .878 .885 .896 .878 .897 .877 .890 .866 .893 .888 .916 .902 .916 .918

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


Team Records Season-Team Records

Best Winning Percentage: .906 (29-3-0), 1961-62 Most Wins: 34 (34-9-0), 1975-76 Fewest Wins: 4 (4-34-0), 1999-2000 Most Losses: 34 (4-34-0), 1999-2000 Fewest Losses: 3 (29-3-0), 1961-62 Most Ties: 6 (18-18-6), 1995-96 Fewest Ties: 0, seven tied Most Home Wins: 22 (22-1-0), 1975-76 Most Road Wins: 15 (15-5-0), 1974-75 Most Home Losses: 16 (2-16-0), 1999-2000 Most Road Losses: 18 (0-18-0), 1989-90; (2-18-0), 1999-2000 Most Home Ties: 5 (1995-96) Most Road Ties: 3, (2-16-3), 1985-86; (6-7-3), 1992-93 Fewest Home Wins: 2 (2-16-0); 1999-2000 Fewest Road Wins: 0 (0-18-0), 1989-90 Fewest Home Losses: 0 (15-0-0), 1970-71 Fewest Road Losses: 2 (14-2-0), 1961-62 Fewest Home Ties: 0, 16 tied Fewest Road Ties: 0, 22 tied Most Overtime Games: 12, (1995-96) Longest Winning Streak: 22, 1961-63 Longest Winning Streak, Regular Season: 16, 1961-62 Longest Winning Streak, Including Playoffs: 20, 1961-62 Longest Home Winning Streak: 21, 1975-76 Longest Road Winning Streak: 14, 1961-62 Longest Undefeated Streak: 22, 1961-63 Longest Undefeated Streak, Regular Season: 19, 1970-71 Longest Undefeated Streak, Including Playoffs: 22, 1961-62 Longest Home Undefeated Streak: 21, 1975-76 Longest Road Undefeated Streak: 14, 1961-62 Longest Losing Streak: 16, 1951-52 Longest Losing Streak, Regular Season: 16, 1951-52 Longest Losing Streak, Including Playoffs: 16, 1951-52 Longest Home Losing Streak: 9, 2000-01 Longest Road Losing Streak: 18, 1989-90 Longest Winless Streak: 19, 1997-98 Longest Winless Streak, Regular Season: 19 1996-97 Longest Winless Streak, Including Playoffs: 16, 1951-52 Longest Home Winless Streak: 10, 2000-01 Longest Road Winless Streak: 19, 1985-86 Longest Non-Shutout Streak: 149, 3/8/63-3/8/68 Most Consecutive Games Shut Out: 3, 1953-54 Most Shutouts: 5, 2006-07 Most Games Shutout: 9, 1999-2000 Fewest Shutouts: 0, 15 tied Most Goals: 255, 1975-76 Highest Goals-Per-Game Average: 5.93, 1975-76 Fewest Goals: 75, 1951-52 Lowest Goals-Per-Game Average: 2.25, 2006-07 Most Goals Against: 216, 1989-90 Highest Goals-Against-Per-Game Average: 7.50, 1951-52 Fewest Goals Against: 77, 1960-61 Lowest Goals-Against-Per-Game Average: 2.18, 2006-07 Most Power Play Goals: 68, 1975-76 Most Shorthanded Goals: 20, 1981-82 Most Assists: 412, 1975-76 Fewest Assists: 83, 1951-52 Most Total Points: 667, 1975-76

Single Game-Team Records

Most Goals, Michigan Tech: 19 (St. Cloud State), 1/6/56 Most Goals, Both Teams: 22 (Denver 15, MTU 7), 2/9/90 Most Goals, Opponent: 16 (Colorado College), 1/5/51 Most Empty Net Goals, Michigan Tech: 3 (Denver), 2/1/91 Most Empty Net Goals, Both Teams: 3 (MTU 10, Denver 3), 2/1/91 Most Consecutive Goals, Michigan Tech: 19 (St. Cloud State), 1/6/56 Most Points, Both Teams: 57 (MTU 18, Denver 39), 2/9/90 Most Points, Michigan Tech: 48 (St. Cloud State), 1/6/56 Most Points, Opponent: 39 (Denver), 2/9/90 Most Penalties, Both Teams: 55 (MTU 29, Northern Michigan 26), 11/5/94 Most Penalties, Michigan Tech: 29 (Northern Michigan), 11/5/94; (Minnesota Duluth), 10/27/95 Most Penalties, Opponent: 26 (Northern Michigan), 11/5/94 Most Penalty Minutes, Both Teams: 191 (MTU 100, Northern Michigan 91), 2/17/05 Most Penalty Minutes, Michigan Tech: 100 (Northern Michigan), 2/17/05 Most Penalty Minutes, Opponent: 91 (vs Northern Michigan), 2/17/05 Fastest Six Goals, Both Teams: 4:39 (MTU 3, Notre Dame 3), 1/25/80 Fastest Five Goals, Both Teams: 2:47 (MTU 1, Lake Superior 4), 10/25/80 Fastest Four Goals, Both Teams: :58 (MTU 2, Lake Superior 2), 10/24/80 Fastest Four Goals, Michigan Tech: 1:48 (St. Lawrence), 3/17/60 Fastest Three Goals, Both Teams: :26 (MTU 2, Lake Superior 1), 10/24/80 Fastest Three Goals, Michigan Tech: :28 (Mike Zuke, Lorne Stamler & Zuke, North Dakota), 2/16/74 Fastest Two Goals, Both Teams: :04 (Minnesota Duluth), 2/29/80; (Denver), 1/22/77 Fastest Two Goals, Michigan Tech: :06 (Bob Marshall & Bob Toothill, Minnesota Duluth), 1/7/67

Period-Team Records

Most Goals, Michigan Tech: 8, four tied Most Goals, Opponent: 8 (1st, North Dakota), 1/18/52 Most Points, Both Teams: 27 (3rd, Denver), 2/9/90 Most Points, Michigan Tech: 20 (3rd, Finland), 2/27/62 Most Points, Opponent: 19 (3rd, Denver), 2/9/90; (1st, North Dakota), 1/29/2000 Most Penalties, Both Teams: 40 (3rd, MTU 20, Northern Michigan 20), 11/5/94 Most Penalties, Michigan Tech: 20 (3rd, Northern Michigan), 11/5/94 Most Penalties, Opponent: 20 (3rd, Northern Michigan), 11/5/94 Most Penalty Minutes, Both Teams: 148 (2nd, MTU 74, Northern Michigan 74), 2/17/05 Most Penalty Minutes, Michigan Tech: 74 (2nd, Northern Michigan), 2/17/05 Most Penalty Minutes, Opponent: 74 (2nd, Northern Michigan), 2/17/05 Fastest Two Goals From Start Of Period, Michigan Tech: :47 (Ron Zuke & Bill Terry, Ferris State), 3/5/82 Fastest Goal From Start Of Period, Michigan Tech: :05 (Dana Decker, Minnesota Duluth), 3/3/78 Fastest Goal From Start Of Period, Opponent: :06, (Grant Block, Colorado College), 2/8/92 Fastest Goal In Overtime, Michigan Tech: :22, (Jamie Steer, Minnesota Duluth), 1/12/90 Fastest Goal In Overtime, Opponent: :10 (Mark Hamway, Michigan State), 11/28/82; Ted Speers, Michigan, 2/6/82)

Jamie Steer (1988-92), who registered 74-75--149 points in 160 games, ranks 18th on the Huskies career scoring chart.

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MacInnes Student Ice Arena Attendance Records Year 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 TOTALS

Games 11 19 20 22 23 18 20 18 18 22 20 20 18 18 20 18 20 18 18 19 17 18 17 17 19 19 18 17 18 17 17 17 18 16 17 17 17 641

Single-Game Attendance Records 4,619 vs. Michigan (2/7/1976) 4,563 vs. Denver (2/4/1978) 4,551 vs. Denver (2/3/1978) 4,514 vs. Michigan State (2/2/1974) 4,512 vs. Michigan (2/6/1977) 4,478 vs. Michigan State (2/1/1974) 4,426 vs. Wisconsin (2/7/1973) 4,401 vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/8/1975) 4,291 vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/7/1975) 4,234 vs. Colorado College (2/5/1977) 4,221 vs. Colorado College (2/4/1977) 4,200 vs. Michigan (2/2/1979) 4,200 vs. Michigan (2/3/1979) 4,200 vs. North Dakota (2/2/1980) 4,200 vs. Notre Dame (1/29/1982) 4,200 vs. Notre Dame (1/30/1982) 4,200 vs. Northern Michigan (10/15/1983) 4,200 vs. Michigan State (2/3/1984) 4,200 vs. Northern Michigan (10/29/1988) 4,181 vs. North Dakota (2/1/1980) 4,180 vs. Northern Michigan (10/9/1998) 4,180 vs. Northern Michigan (2/17/2005) 4,165 vs. Michigan State (2/4/1984) 4,154 vs. Northern Michigan (9/12/2008) 4,134 vs. Northern Michigan (11/2/1991) 4,084 vs. Northern Michigan (12/1/1990) 4,076 vs. Colorado College (2/6/1981) 4,069 vs. Minnesota (2/1/1985) 4,054 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/19/1990) 4,052 vs. Northern Michigan (1/15/1983) 4,039 vs. Michigan State (2/5/1972)

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Record 6-4-1 17-2-0 16-2-2 17-5-0 22-1-0 12-5-1 14-5-1 10-7-1 9-7-2 15-6-1 14-4-2 12-7-1 12-5-1 9-8-1 8-11-1 9-9-0 10-10-0 10-7-1 8-10-0 9-9-1 10-6-1 11-5-2 9-7-1 5-10-2 10-4-5 6-10-3 10-7-1 4-13-0 2-16-0 3-10-4 6-9-2 5-9-3 5-10-3 2-12-2 3-9-5 10-4-3 7-8-2 332-259-50

Total 38,488 62,352 69,329 72,912 75,946 62,711 71,302 64,462 62,330 73,331 64,898 65,576 59,515 54,399 46,208 40,759 53,471 52,729 49,750 55,503 49,881 53,103 50,157 49,379 50,081 46,037 46,924 44,939 39,291 40,542 44,761 42,072 46,415 43,876 41,810 47,717 48,459 1,989,848

Average 3,498 3,281 3,466 3,314 3,302 3,483 3,565 3,581 3,462 3,333 3,245 3,278 3,306 3,022 2,310 2,264 2,674 2,929 2,764 2,921 2,934 2,950 2,950 2,905 2,636 2,423 2,607 2,643 2,183 2,385 2,487 2,475 2,579 2,742 2,459 2,807 2,851 3,104

Largest Single-Game Crowd 4,039 vs. Michigan State (2/5/1972) 4,426 vs. Wisconsin (2/7/1973) 4,514 vs. Michigan State (2/2/1974) 4,401 vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/8/1975) 4,619 vs. Michigan (2/7/1976) 4,234 vs. Colorado College (2/5/1977) 4,563 vs. Denver (2/4/1978) 4,200 vs. Michigan (2/2/79, 2/3/1979) 4,200 vs. North Dakota (2/2/1980) 4,076 vs. Colorado College (2/6/1981) 4,200 vs. Notre Dame (1/29/82, 1/30/1982) 4,103 vs. Northern Michigan (2/18/1983) 4,200 vs. Michigan State (2/3/1984) 4,069 vs. Minnesota (2/1/1985) 3,535 vs. Northern Michigan (10/12/1985) 3,526 vs. Northern Michigan (11/1/1987) 3,919 vs. Northern Michigan (1/16/1988) 4,200 vs. Northern Michigan (10/29/1988) 3,838 vs. Northern Michigan (10/28/1989) 4,084 vs. Northern Michigan (12/1/1990) 4,134 vs. Northern Michigan (11/2/1991) 3,831 vs. Northern Michigan (11/13/1992) 3,902 vs. Northern Michigan (10/30/1993) 3,737 vs. Northern Michigan (11/4/1994) 3,439 vs. St. Cloud State (2/3/1996) 3,396 vs. Denver (11/23/1996) 4,010 vs. Alaska Anchorage (1/9/1998) 4,180 vs. Northern Michigan (10/9/1998) 3,612 vs. Wisconsin (2/5/2000) 3,493 vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/9/2001) 3,577 vs. Northern Michigan (12/14/2001) 3,999 vs. Northern Michigan (10/5/2002) 3,854 vs. Northern Michigan (10/18/2003) 4,180 vs. Northern Michigan (2/19/2005) 3,908 vs. Minnesota (2/11/2006) 4,014 vs. Northern Michigan (10/13/2006) 4,154 vs. Northern Michigan (10/12/2007) 4,619 vs. Michigan (2/7/1976)

Two-Game Series Attendance Records 9,131 vs. Michigan (2/6/1976-2/7/1976) 9,114 vs. Denver (2/3/1978-2/4/1978) 8,992 vs. Michigan State (2/1/1974-2/2/1974) 8,692 vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/7/1975-2/8/1975) 8,455 vs. Colorado College (2/4/1977-2/5/1977) 8,446 vs. Wisconsin (2/6/1973-2/7/1973) 8,400 vs. Notre Dame (1/29/1981-1/30/1981) 8,400 vs. Michigan (2/2/1979-2/3/1979) 8,381 vs. North Dakota (2/1/1980-2/2/1980) 8,365 vs. Michigan State (2/3/1984-2/4/1984) 7,913 vs. Minnesota (2/1/1985-2/2/1985) 7,897 vs. Michigan State (2/4/1972-2/5/1972) 7,866 vs. Northern Michigan (11/7/1980-11/8/1980) 7,684 vs. Michigan (11/22/1974-11/23/1974) 7,662 vs. Minnesota (2/3/1989-2/4/1989) 7,626 vs. Michigan State (11/8/1974-11/9/1974) 7,578 vs. Notre Dame (11/2/1973-11/3/1973) 7,545 vs. Minnesota (1/20/1976-1/21/1976) 7,520 vs. Wisconsin (10/28/1975-10/29/1975) 7,489 vs. Minnesota (2/13/1981-2/14/1981) 7,475 vs. Michigan State (11/14/1974-11/15/1974) 7,391 vs. Ferris State (2/4/1983-2/5/1983) 7,359 vs. Denver (1/25/1974-1/26/1974) 7,347 vs. Wisconsin (10/26/1979-10/27-1979) 7,296 vs. Minnesota Duluth (2/5/1988-2/6/1988) 7,293 vs. Michigan (10/23/1981-10/24/1981)


John MacInnes   When John MacInnes came to Michigan Tech as its hockey coach in 1956, few realized what his arrival would mean to the Huskies. Through the years, MacInnes became one of college hockey’s greatest coaches and was instrumental in shaping the Huskies into a national hockey power. His teams won three NCAA championships, seven Western Collegiate Hockey Association titles and compiled winning records in 23 of the 26 years MacInnes was behind the bench.   Born in Toronto, Ontario, MacInnes began playing hockey in the Toronto Bantam leagues and worked his way through the entire junior hockey system. He was a goalkeeper at the University of Michigan, helping the Wolverines to a pair of league titles and a third-place finish at the 1950 NCAA championship. MacInnes also played for the Boston Bruins and the Detriot Red Wings before becoming director of the Ann Arbor Amateur Hockey League in 1950. He remained in that position until coming to Michigan Tech.   MacInnes compiled an outstanding record of 555-295-39 at Michigan Tech, making him the winningest coach in college history. He was named NCAA Coach of the Year twice, WCHA Coach of the Year six times, and was a charter member of the Upper Peninsula Hall of Fame. His death in 1983 was a tragic blow to the University and the world of college hockey.   Incidentally, John’s wife, Jerry, still lives in Houghton, and their son Scott is the city manager of Houghton.

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2008 Inductees (Year Inducted and Other Sport)

Kim Hoppes • 2008 • VB, WBB Jerry Muff • 2008 • MBB Carrie Pejka • 2008 • WBB Mike Usitalo • 2008 • HO

John Young • 2008 • HO Don Lehman • 2008 • FB Al McLeod • 2008 •HO

Hockey Inductees (Year Inducted and Sport(s), if Applicable) Henry Akervall • 1990 • HO, TR Louis F. Angotti • 1991 • HO Garry G. Bauman • 1992 • HO Gary Begg • 1997 • HO Richard W. Best • 1994 • HO, GO Rick Boehm • 2000 • HO Peter J. Buchmann • 1987 • HO Paul Coppo • 1985 • HO George Cuculick • 1998 • HO Bob D’Alvise • 1989 • HO Joe deBastiani • 2000 • HO Tony Esposito • 1991 • HO Gerald Fabbro • 2005 • HO Peter Grant Sr. • 2005 • HO

John Grisdale • 1997 • HO Fred Hall • 2001 • FB • HO Bob Hauswirth • 1994 • HO George J. Hill • 1994 • HO Art J. Karam • 1987 • HO Al Karlander • 1990 • HO Art J. Karam • 1987 • HO Al Karlander • 1990 • HO John M. Kosiancic • 1994 • HO Douglas F. Latimer • 1986 • HO Robert R. Lorimer • 1992 • HO George W. Lyle • 1993 • HO John J. MacInnes* • 1985 • HO Coach Albert “Abbie” Maki • 1987 • BX, FB, HO

Ed Maki • 1985 • HO Coach H. Randy McKay • 1999 • HO Bob McManus • 2001 • HO Jack G . McManus • 1995 • HO Gordon McRae • 2004 • HO Gary K. Milroy • 1996 • HO Robert Monahan • 1993 • HO Robert J. Murray • 1996 • HO Jim Nahrgang • 1989 • HO Ken Naples • 2003 • FB • HO Allan F. Olson • 1991 • TR, HO, MBB, FB Marcus M. Olson • 1986 • HO Ted Olson • 2003 • HO • TR Stu Ostlund • 2002 • HO

Ken Pelto Sr.* • 2001 • FB, HO, TR, BX Ray Puro • 2004 • HO, FB Damian Rhodes • 2006 • HO Bruce Riutta • 1987 • HO John Rockwell • 2006 • HO Elov Seger* • 1998 • HO Gerald B. Sullivan • 1986 • HO Maurice Villeneuve • 1988 • HO Tim Watters • 1997 • HO Glen Weller • 2005 • HO Rick Yeo • 1988 • HO Mike Zuke • 1988 • HO

Past Inductees (Year Inducted and Sport(s), if Applicable) Rene’ E. Adams • 1991 Dr. Michael Agin • 1996 Judith A. Audit • 1995 • WBB Clem Banfield • 1989 John Benaglio • 2006 • FB W. Rexford Benoit* • 1985 • TR Kevin Borseth • 1999 • WBB Coach Pamela R. Bosio-Baileys • 1992 • WBB, VB Alan J. Bovard* • 1985 • FB Jilann O. Brunett • 1985 • RF Paul Butkovich • 1990 • FB Gerald J. Caspary • 1991 Linda Chesebro (Rusaw) • 2003 • VB, WBB John Christianson • 2004, TN, TN Coach Bob Collins • 2004 • FB, BX Verdie Cox • 1985 • MBB Coach Dr. Kristen Crouch (Brown) • 2004 • CC, TR, WBB Tom Csmarich • 1997 • FB Don Daavettila • 2003 Cheryl A. DePuydt • 1992 • VB, WBB Coach Diane Devine (Salinas) • 2001 • VB Jay Dishnow • 1990 • FB John Donald • 2005 • FB Dick ElRite • 2000 • WR Coach Anne Eslinger (Johnson) • 2005 • WBB Dennis Euers • 1998 • FB Charles Finkbeiner • 2005 • MBB Mary Fisher • 1998 • WBB Mike Foltz • 2003 • FB William C. Gappy • 1996 • MBB Coach

Isabel Garity • 1999 • RF Larry Grimes • 1985 • MBB Herman Gundlach • 1988 H. Kenneth Hamar* • 1986 Daniel W. Hazebrook* • 1995 • FB Karen Henegar (Appel) • 1998 • WBB, VB Karen Henry • 1991 • AS, NS Roger J. Hettinga • 1986 • FB, WR Pete Hoffman • 2006 • MBB Robert E. Hunt • 1994 • FB Webster “Swede” Intermill* • 1997 Frank U. Isolampi* • 1986 • FB, MBB Jerry Jerabeck* • 2000 • TN K. Ross Johnson • 2004 Mary Kaminski • 2001 • VB Coach Ted Kearly • 1997 • FB Coach • AD Paul Koski • 1989 Geof Kotila • 2002 • MBB John Kwiatkowski • 1999 • FB James F. Lahr • 1992 • MBB • FB, TR Gerald P. LaJeunesse • 1993 • FB, TR Omer LaJeunesse • 1985 • FB Coach Gary Lange • 1988 • MBB Sheldon “Moose” Larson • 1992 • RF Coach Roger E. Laub* • 1987 Stephanie Livingston (Johnston) • 2006 • VB William A. Longacre Sr.* • 1995 Fred Lonsdorf* • 1999 • AS Coach Robert G. Lovell • 1993 • TR, AS, SW, TN Charles Lucchesi • 1996 • FB William G. Lucier • 1985 • FB

The Michigan Tech Sports Hall of Fame was created in 1985 to recognize former athletes, coaches and other individuals who have distinguished themselves in the field of athletics or who have made significant contributions to the athletic program at the University. Criteria for selection into the Hall of Fame include experience as an athlete, contributions to the athletic program, contributions to University activities other than athletics, scholastic achievement and career and civic achievement.

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Gary Lundin • 2001 • MBB Jerry MacInnes • 2002 William J. Massey III • 1994 • MBB George McCarthy • 1989 Harold Meese • 1986 John Meyers • 2000 • FB Al Murphy • 1990 U.J. (Bert) Noblet* • 1985 • FB Dr. Bob Nominelli • 2003 Bob Olson • 1994 Dave Paris • 2006 • FB Jodi L. Peters (Maley) • 1996 • WBB Alex Pociask • 1997 • FB Jenny Postlewaite (Fesenmaier) • 2005 • WBB Walt Potoroka • 2002 • FB, MBB, TR Larry Ras • 1985 • FB Dr. Kenneth E. Rowe • 1993 Rodney Ruth • 1999 • MBB Chris St. Louis (Armstrong) • 2000 • TR Teri Salani (Seibert) • 2000 • AS John O. Sanregret • 1995 Michael J. Scally • 1996 • FB Ken Seaton • 1998 • MBB, TR Lloyd L. Seestedt • 1992 • FB, MBB, TR Paul Sharkey • 1989 • FB, TR, MBB Donald P. Sherman* • 1985 • MBB Raymond L. Smith • 1985 Kiril Spiroff* • 1988 Robert Stephens • 1987 • BX, FB, MBB Patty Sullivan • 2002 • WBB Michael A. Susko • 1995 • MBB

Paul Swift • 2002 Gene Timmer* • 1989 • FB, MBB Mike Trewhella • 1990 • MBB Ray Trewhella • 2003 • MBB Bruce Trusock • 2002 • FB Daniel J. Van Abel • 1991 • FB Russ VanDuine • 1993 • MBB Jim VanWagner • 1988 • FB Dave Walter • 1998 • FB William Wiljanen • 1987 • FB, MBB Duane Williams • 1999 • FB Clayton R. Willman • 1995 • FB John “Wally” Wright • 1990 • TN Dawn Zarling (Plitzuweit) • 2006 • WBB Howard Zollinger • 2004 *Posthumously honored List includes name • year inducted • and sport(s) played or coached. Also note that married names are in parentheses. Sport Key: AS-Alpine Skiing • BX-Boxing • CCCross Country • FB-Football • GO-Golf • HO-Hockey • MBB-Men’s Basketball • NSNordic Skiing • RF-Rifle • SW-Swimming & Diving • TN-Tennis • TR-Track • VB-Women’s Volleyball • WBB-Women’s Basketball • WR-Wrestling

In the case of former student-athletes, a minimum of 10 years must have elapsed between departure from the University and the time when the individual’s name may be placed into nomination for the Hall of Fame. The 10-year minimum standard does not apply to non-student-athlete nominations.


Michigan Tech Players in the NHL/WHA Name (Class) NHL/WHA Teams (Years) Bruce Abbey, ’75—Cincinnati* (1975-76) Lou Angotti, ’62—New York Rangers (1964-66); Chicago (1965-67, 1969-73); Philadelphia (1967-68); Pittsburgh (1968-69); St. Louis (1973-74); Chicago* (1974-75) Garry Bauman, ’64—Montreal (1966-67); Minnesota (1967-69) Tom Bissett, ’89—Detroit (1990-91) Chris Cichocki, ’85—Detroit (1985-87); New Jersey (1987-89) Steve Coates, ’73—Detroit (1976-77) Bob D’Alvise, ’75—Toronto* (1975-76); Ken Desjardine, ’70—Quebec* (1972-74); Indianapolis* (1974-75); Calgary* (1975-76) Tony Esposito, ’67—Montreal (1968-69), Chicago (1969-84) John Grisdale, ’69—Toronto (1972-74); Vancouver (1974-79) Bill Hughes, ’68—Houston* (1972-73) Steve Jensen, ’75—Minnesota (1975-78); Los Angeles Kings (1978-1982) Al Karlander, ’69—Detroit (1969-73); New England* (1973-75); Indianapolis* (1975-77) Mike Lauen, ’83—Winnipeg (1983-86) Bob Lorimer, ’75—New York Islanders (1976-81); Colorado (1981-82); New Jersey (1982-86) George Lyle, ’76—New England* (1976-79); Detroit (1979-81); Hartford (1981-83) Gordon McRae, ’70—Toronto (1972-73, 1974-78) Darcy Martini, ’92—Edmonton (1993-94) Jim Mayer, ’76—Calgary* (1976-77); New England* (1977-78); Edmonton* (1978-79); New York Rangers (1979-80) Randy McKay, ’88—Detroit (1988-91); New Jersey (1991-2001); Dallas (2001-02); Montreal (2002-03) Al McLeod, ’71—Detroit (1973-74); Phoenix* (1975-76); Houston* (1976-78) Glenn Merkosky, ’79—Hartford (1981-82); New Jersey (1982-84); Detroit (1985-90) Lyle Moffat, ’70—Toronto (1972-73, 1974-75); Cleveland* (1975-76); Winnipeg* (1976-79); Winnipeg (1979-80) Rob Murray, ’71—Atlanta (1973-74); Vancouver (1974-77) Jim Nahrgang, ’74—Detroit (1974-77) Davis Payne, ’92—Boston (1995-96) Brent Peterson, ’96—Tampa Bay (1997-99) Bill Prentice, ’73—Houston* (1972-75), Quebec* (1975-76); Edmonton* (1976-77); Indianapolis* (1977-78) Dave Reierson, ’86—Calgary (1986-88) Jamie Ram, ’95—NY Rangers (1995-96) Damian Rhodes, ’90—Toronto (1990-96), Ottawa (1996-99), Atlanta (1999-02) Jarkko Ruutu, ‘96—Vancouver (1999-2006); Philadelphia (2006-08); Ottawa (2008-Present) Geoff Sarjeant, ’92—St. Louis (1994-95); San Jose (1995-96) Andre Savage, ’98—Boston (1998-2002); Philadelphia (2002-03) Lorne Stamler, ’74—Los Angeles (1976-78); Toronto (1978-79); Winnipeg (1979-80) Bill Steele, ’75—Cincinnati* (1975-77) Tony Stiles, ’82—Calgary (1983-85) Jim Storm, ’89—Hartford (1994-95); Dallas (1995-96) Andy Sutton, ’98—San Jose (1998-2000); Minnesota (2000-02); Atlanta (2002-07); NY Islanders (2007-Present) Bill Terry, ’84—Minnesota (1986-87) Tim Watters, ’81—Winnipeg (1981-88); Los Angeles (1988-95) Brian Watts, ’70—Detroit (1975-76) Warren Young, ’79—Minnesota (1981-83); Pittsburgh (1983-85); Detroit (1985-86); Pittsburgh (1986-87) Mike Zuke, ’76—Indianapolis* (1976-77); Edmonton* (1977-78); St. Louis (1978-83); Hartford (1983-85)

Above: Randy McKay ’88 played in the NHL for 16 seasons and helped New Jersey win Stanley Cup titles in 1995 and 2000. The former Husky is currently a volunteer assistant coach at Michigan Tech. Below: Andy Sutton ’98 started his NHL career with the San Jose Sharks in 1998-99 and went on to play parts of two seasons with the Minnesota Wild before he was acquired by the Atlanta Thrashers early in the 2001-02 season. He spent four of the past five seasons in Atlanta and is now a member of the New York Islanders franchise.

*World Hockey Association Team Left: Former First-Team All-American Mike Zuke played in eight NHL seasons, including five with the St. Louis Blues (1979-83) and three with the Hartford Whalers (1983-86). He compiled a career-high 24-44--68 points in the 1980-81 season.

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Michigan Tech in the NCAA Tournament

1981—Michigan Tech Finishes Third

1969—Michigan Tech Finishes Fourth

Championships Site: Duluth Arena, Duluth, Minnesota

Championships Site: Broadmoor World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colorado

March 26—Semifinal Minnesota.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

March 28—Third Place Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Northern Michigan.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Quarterfinal Site: Schneider Arena, Providence, Rhode Island March 20 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Providence.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

March 21 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Providence.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Michigan Tech wins two-game, total goals series, 13-8

March 14—Semifinal Cornell. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OT 3

March 15—Third Place Harvard.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2OT  5

1965—Michigan Tech Wins NCAA Title Championships Site: Meehan Arena, Providence, Rhode Island March 19—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Brown.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

March 20—Championship Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Boston College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

1976—Michigan Tech Finishes Second

1962—Michigan Tech Wins NCAA Title

Championships Site: Denver Arena, Denver, Colorado

Championships Site: Utica Memorial Auditorium, Utica, New York

March 25—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Brown.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 OT 6

March 27—Championship Minnesota.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

1975—Michigan Tech Wins NCAA Title Championships Site: St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, Missouri

March 13—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Boston University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

March 15—Championship Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Minnesota.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1974—Michigan Tech Finishes Second Championships Site: Boston Garden, Boston, Massachusetts March 15—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Harvard.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

March 16—Championship Minnesota.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

1970—Michigan Tech Finishes Fourth Championships Site: Original Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, New York March 20—Semifinal Clarkson.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

March 16—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 St. Lawrence.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

March 17—Championship Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Clarkson.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

1960—Michigan Tech Finishes Second Championships Site: Boston Arena, Boston, Massachusetts March 17—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 St. Lawrence.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

March 17—Championship Denver.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

1956—Michigan Tech Finishes Second Championships Site: Broadmoor Ice Palace, Colorado Springs, Colorado March 16—Semifinal Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Boston College. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

March 18—Championship Michigan.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Michigan Tech Composite Record in NCAA Play Quarterfinals.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Semifinals.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3

Championship.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 Third Place.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2

March 21—Third Place Wisconsin.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Michigan Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Tony Esposito stops a puck vs. Boston College in the 1965 NCAA Championships in Providence, R.I.

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Assistant coach Glen Weller celebrates with Bruce Abbey after the Huskies win the 1975 NCAA Championship.


Front Row (L to R): Phil McVittie, Albert Merlo, Elov Seger, Gerald Sullivan, Louis Angotti, Henry Akervall, Don Hermanson, Garry Bauman. Middle Row: Assistant Coach Bill Lucier, Mike Draper, Pat Casey, Gary Begg, Bob Pallante, Barry Johnson, John Ivanitz, Head Coach John MacInnes. Back Row: Student Manager Tom Bliss, Allan Patterson, Scott Watson, Norman Wimmer, Gene Rebellato, Robert Mikesch, and Athletic Director Alan J. Bovard.    Michigan Tech gained its first-ever national championship with a 7-1 victory over Clarkson in Utica, New York. The Huskies posted an impressive 29-3-0 overall record for the season, including a 17-3-0 first place mark in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. After losing its first two games of the season at Michigan (3-1 and 5-3), the Huskies reeled off nine straight victories before the Wolverines handed the Huskies what would be their final loss of the season, 4-2, at Dee Stadium. Michigan Tech proceeded to win its final 20 games of the year, including a 6-4 triumph over arch-rival Michigan in the WCHA playoffs.    The Huskies advanced to the NCAA title game on the strength of a 6-1 triumph over St. Lawrence in the semifinals.

Michigan Tech St. Lawrence

Semifinal Summary

Championship Summary

March 16, 1962—at Utica, New York

March 17, 1962—at Utica, New York

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   First period—1, St. Lawrence, Jim McInnes, 11:09, (pp). 2, Michigan Tech, Don Hermanson (Angotti, Seger), 14:30 (pp). Penalties—Akervall, MTU (charging), 1:36; Salfi, St.L (illegal check), 6:45; Akervall, MTU (charging), 9:29; Pallante, MTU (tripping), 10:56; Corby, St.L (hooking), 13:18.    Second Period—3, Michigan Tech, Don Hermanson (Draper, Akervall), 10:11 (pp). 4, Michigan Tech, Scott Watson (Begg), 12:40. Penalties—Merlo, MTU (interference), 4:21; Casey, MTU (high sticking), 6:06; Casey, MTU (misconduct), 6:06; Salfi, St. L (boarding), 9:03; Anderson, St.L (tripping), 13:49.    Third Period—5, Michigan Tech, Jerry Sullivan (Rebellato, Ivanitz), 4:45. 6, Michigan Tech, Lou Angotti (Casey), 5:41. 7, Michigan Tech, John Ivanitz (Pallante), 14:29. Penalties—Parker, St.L (charging), 1:18; Corby, St.L (interference), 7:52; Angotti, MTU (tripping), 15:40.     Shots on Goal—Michigan Tech, 18-15-22—55. St. Lawrence, 9-33—15.    Goalies—Michigan Tech, Bauman (15-14). St. Lawrence, Broadbelt (5549).    Officials—Bob Gilray and Eddie Barry.

Michigan Tech Clarkson

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   First Period—1, Michigan Tech, John Ivanitz, :38. 2, Michigan Tech, John Ivanitz (Sullivan), 5:38. 3, Michigan Tech, Jerry Sullivan (Merlo, Rebellato), 9:26. 4, Clarkson, Paul LaPointe (Pettersen), 19:42 (pp). Penalties—Taylor, CL (illegal check), 9:40; Pallante, MTU (elbowing), 13:33; Pallante, MTU (interference), 18:35.    Second Period—No Scoring. Penalties—Adams, CL (illegal check), 1:32; Merlo, MTU (slashing), 6:56; Wimmer, MTU (elbowing), 10:12; Akervall, MTU (interference), 12:04.    Third Period—5, Michigan Tech, Jerry Sullivan (Ivanitz, Rebellato), :38. 6, Michigan Tech, John Ivanitz (Rebellato, Sullivan), 4:53. 7, Michigan Tech, Lou Angotti, 6:14. 8, Michigan Tech, Lou Angotti, 19:20. Penalties—Seger, MTU (boarding), 9:05; Pallante, MTU (spearing), 10:52; Rebellato, MTU (holding), 16:55; Pallante, MTU (holding), 18:10; Schmeler, CL (tripping), 18:17.    Shots on Goal—Michigan Tech, 12-16-16—44. Clarkson, 12-1315—40.    Goalies—Michigan Tech, Bauman (40-39). Clarkson, Gibbons (44-37).    Officials—Bob Gilray and Eddie Barry.

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Front Row (L to R): Rick Best, Bruce Riutta, Terry Ryan, Pete Leiman, Al Holm, Rick Yeo, Dennis Huculak, Fred Dart, Tony Esposito. Middle Row: Student Manager Wallace Reid, Gary Milroy, Bob Wilson, Bob Toothill, Bob Brooks, Tom Steele, Roy Heino, Wayne Weller, Head Coach John MacInnes. Back Row: Trainer Brad Taylor, David Confrey, Colin Patterson, Mike Gorman, Joe Galetto, Ed Caterer, and Steve Yoshino, Manager Wally Reid.   The Huskies gained their second national championship in Providence, R.I., on the strength of an 8-2 victory over Boston College in the finals. Michigan Tech posted a 24-5-2 record on the season and won the school’s second Western Collegiate Hockey Association championship with a 12-5-2 mark. The Huskies were victorious in nine of their last 10 games of the season, including a 4-0 shutout of Brown in the NCAA semifinals. The blanking was the first-ever in NCAA tournament play.

Semifinal Summary

Championship Summary

March 19, 1965—at Providence, Rhode Island

March 20, 1965—at Providence, Rhode Island

Michigan Tech Brown

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   First period—1, Michigan Tech, Fred Dart (Yoshino, Toothill), 13:29. 2, Michigan Tech, Gary Milroy (Weller, Holm), 19:47. Penalties—Ryan, MTU, :38; Eccleston, BR, 1:06; Ryan, MTU, 3:23; Leiman, MTU, 6:29.    Second Period—No Scoring. Penalties—Ryan, MTU, 7:28; Norwell, BR, 10:48; Leiman, MTU, 19:51.    Third Period—3, Michigan Tech, Fred Dart (Ryan), 8:13. 4, Michigan Tech, Wayne Weller (Holm, Milroy), 19:25. Penalties—Eccleston, BR, 6:06; Leiman, MTU, 11:43; Norwell, BR, 11:43; Toothill, MTU, 12:26.    Shots on Goal—Michigan Tech, 12-13-12—37. Brown, 8-6-6—20.    Goalies—Michigan Tech, Best (20-20). Brown, Ferguson (33-29), Rastani (1-1).    Officials—Bob Gilray and Bob Barry.

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   First Period—1, Michigan Tech, Gary Milroy (Weller), 7:28. 2, Michigan Tech, Wayne Weller (Milroy, Holm), 13:12. 3, Michigan Tech, Bob Wilson (Leiman, Yeo), 18:56 (pp). Penalties—Ryan, MTU (holding), 6:00; Moylan, BC (cross check), 6:00; Patterson, MTU (cross check), 8:47; Caterer, MTU (tripping), 10:52; Johnson, BC (elbow), 16:57.    Second Period—4, Michigan Tech, Colin Patterson (Wilson, Yeo), 2:13. 5, Michigan Tech, Fred Dart (Yoshino, Toothill), 3:37; 6, Michigan Tech, Gary Milroy (Riutta, Huculak), 14:58 (pp). 7, Boston College, E.J. Breen (Toran), 17:24 (pp). 8, Michigan Tech, Wayne Weller (Milroy), 19:26. Penalties—Kearns, BC (interference) 4:02; Huculak, MTU (holding), 12:04; Mullen, BC (illegal check), 14:23; Milroy, MTU (slashing), 16:06; Confrey, MTU (charging), 16:41; Weller, MTU (tripping), 19:32; Holm, MTU (roughing), 19:32; Johnson, BC (roughing), 19:32.    Third Period—9, Boston College, Jim Mullen (Dyer, Dunniff), 6:02; 10, Michigan Tech, Bob Wilson, 17:58. Penalties—Toran, BC (slashing), 2:08; Kearns, BC (elbowing), 10:47; Huculak, MTU (slashing), 10:47; Ryan, MTU (tripping), 14:17.    Shots on Goal—Michigan Tech, 10-14-11—35. Boston College, 5-1111—27.    Goalies—Michigan Tech, Esposito (27-25). Boston College, Murphy (3527).    Officials—Bob Barry and Andy Gambucci.


Front Row (L to R): Bruce Horsch, Jim Murray, George Lyle, Bill Steele, Bob Lorimer, Bob D’Alvise, Bruce Abbey, Jim Warden, Tom O’Connell. Middle Row: Equipment Supervisor Howard Martin, Trainer Randy Owsley, Jeff Wilcox, Paul Jensen, Stu Younger, Steve Jensen, Mike Zuke, Jim Mayer, Peter Roberts, Doug Young, Scott Jessee, Assistant Coach Glen Weller, Head Coach John MacInnes. Back Row: Kurt Helminen, Steve Bourchard, Ed Dempsey, Dana Decker, Nels Goddard, Chris Ferguson, Stu Ostlund, Student Manager Dale Zschoche, Assistant Coach Rick Yeo. For the second straight year, Michigan Tech met Minnesota in the NCAA title game, and with a 6-1 victory over the Gophers, the Huskies gained the school’s third national championship. Michigan Tech defeated Boston University in the semifinals, 9-5, helped by a five-goal second period. For the season, the Huskies put a 32-10-0 overall record together and won the WCHA title with a 22-10-0 mark.

Championship Summary

Semifinal Summary

March 13, 1975—at St. Louis, Missouri Boston University Michigan Tech

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   First Period—1, Boston University, Meagher (Burlington, Stanfield), 4:53. 2, Michigan Tech, Wilcox, 7:35. 3, Michigan Tech, Younger (D’Alvise, P. Jensen), 9:16 (pp); 4, Boston University, Stanfield (Brown, Robbins), 19:57. Penalties—Younger, MTU (high sticking) 13:47; Glover, BU (high sticking), 13:47; Zuke, MTU (tripping), 16:01; Lyle, MTU (high sticking), 19:21.    Second Period—5, Michigan Tech, Younger, 2:10. 6, Michigan Tech, Roberts (Lorimer, Bouchard), 3:07. 7, Michigan Tech, D’Alvise (Steele, Murray), 5:32 (pp). 8, Boston University, Brown (Stanfield, Robbins), 8:08 (pp). 9, Michigan Tech, D’Alvise, 15:23. 10, Michigan Tech, Steele (Zuke, D’Alvise), 18:40 (pp). Penalties—Glover, BU (slashing), 4:54; Roberts, MTU (hooking), 7:41; Warden, MTU (roughing), 12:38; Fidler, BU (high sticking major), 18:19.    Third Period—11, Michigan Tech, Lyle (P. Jensen), :19 (pp). 12, Michigan Tech, Zuke (Wilcox), 1:50 (pp). 13, Boston University, Brown (Stanfield), 5:32 (pp). 14, Boston University, T. Meagher (Sunderland), 8:43. Penalties—Lorimer, MTU (holding), 5:10; Younger, MTU (high sticking), 7:15; Gayp, BU (high sticking), 7:15; Younger, MTU (tripping), 14:07; Eruzione, BU (tripping), 18:47; R.Meagher, BU (10-misconduct, 10-misconduct), 18:49.    Shots on Goal—Boston University, 13-9-12—34. Michigan Tech, 12-15-13—40.    Goalies—Michigan Tech, Warden (34-29). Boston University, Durocher (40-31).    Attendance—3,801    Officials—Medo Martinello and Giles Threadgold.

Minnesota Michigan Tech

March 15, 1975—at St. Louis, Missouri 0 2

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   First Period—1, Michigan Tech, Steele (Young, D’Alvise), 11:36. 2, Michigan Tech, Zuke (S. Jensen), 18:56. Penalties—Schneider, MN (interference), 1:00; Lyle, MTU (high sticking), 3:37; Micheletti, MN (high sticking), 5:16; Mayer, MTU (roughing), 12:27; Miller, MN (roughing), 12:27; Decker, MTU (tripping), 15:27.    Second Period—3, Michigan Tech, Lyle (S. Jensen, Ostlund), 5:21; 4, Michigan Tech, Jessee (Mayer, Roberts), 18:40. Penalties—Abbey, MTU (interference), :46; Lyle, MTU (tripping), 8:19; Harris, MN (elbowing), 10:53.    Third Period—5, Michigan Tech, D’Alvise (Wilcox, Steele), 1:26 (pp). 6, Michigan Tech, Lyle (Ostlund, Abbey), 6:56 (pp). 7, Minnesota, Youghams (Phippen, Gauge), 9:49. Penalties—Micheletti, MN (interference), :18; Lorimer, MTU (tripping), 3:40; Holmgren, MN (elbowing), 5:55; Miller, MN (high sticking), 7:10; Anderson, MN (holding), 7:21; Mayer, MTU (hooking), 13:32; Polich, MN (roughing), 13:32; Murray, MTU (roughing), 13:32.    Shots on Goal—Minnesota 7-9-7—23. Michigan Tech 9-5-11—25.    Goalies—Michigan Tech, Warden (23-22). Minnesota, Thayer (25-19).    Attendance—6,838    Officials—Medo Martinello and Jim Duffy.

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Year-By-Year NCAA Champions Year Champion Runner-Up Score 1948 Michigan Dartmouth 8-4 1949 Boston College Dartmouth 4-3 1950 Colorado College Boston University 13-4 1951 Michigan Brown 7-1 1952 Michigan Colorado College 4-1 1953 Michigan Minnesota 7-3 1954 Rensselaer Minnesota 5-4 OT 1955 Michigan Colorado College 5-3 1956 Michigan Michigan Tech 7-5 1957 Colorado College Michigan 13-6 1958 Denver North Dakota 6-2 1959 North Dakota Michigan State 4-3 OT 1960 Denver Michigan Tech 5-3 1961 Denver St. Lawrence 12-2 1962 Michigan Tech Clarkson 7-1 1963 North Dakota Denver 6-5 1964 Michigan Denver 6-3 1965 Michigan Tech Boston College 8-2 1966 Michigan State Clarkson 6-1 1967 Cornell Boston University 4-1 1968 Denver North Dakota 4-0 1969 Denver Cornell 4-3 1970 Cornell Clarkson 6-4 1971 Boston University Minnesota 4-2 1972 Boston University Cornell 4-0 1973 Wisconsin Denver 4-2 1974 Minnesota Michigan Tech 4-2 1975 Michigan Tech Minnesota 6-1 1976 Minnesota Michigan Tech 6-4 1977 Wisconsin Michigan 6-5 OT 1978 Boston University Boston College 5-3 1979 Minnesota North Dakota 4-3 1980 North Dakota Northern Michigan 5-2 1981 Wisconsin Minnesota 6-3 1982 North Dakota Wisconsin 5-2 1983 Wisconsin Harvard 6-2 1984 Bowling Green Minnesota Duluth 5-4 4OT 1985 Rensselaer Providence 2-1 1986 Michigan State Harvard 6-5 1987 North Dakota Michigan State 5-3 1988 Lake Superior State St. Lawrence 4-3 OT 1989 Harvard Minnesota 4-3 OT 1990 Wisconsin Colgate 7-2 1991 Northern Michigan Boston University 8-7 3OT 1992 Lake Superior State Wisconsin 5-3 1993 Maine Lake Superior State 5-4 1994 Lake Superior State Boston University 9-1 1995 Boston University Maine 6-2 1996 Michigan Colorado College 3-2 OT 1997 North Dakota Boston University 6-4 1998 Michigan Boston College 3-2 OT 1999 Maine New Hampshire 3-2 OT 2000 North Dakota Boston College 4-2 2001 Boston College North Dakota 3-2 OT 2002 Minnesota Maine 4-3 OT 2003 Minnesota New Hampshire 5-1 2004 Denver Maine 1-0 2005 Denver North Dakota 4-1 2006 Wisconsin Boston College 2-1 2007 Michigan State Boston College 3-1 2008 Boston College Notre Dame 4-1

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Most Outstanding Player Joe Riley, Dartmouth Dick Desmond, Dartmouth Ralph Bevins, Boston University Don Whiston, Brown Ken Kinsley, Colorado College John Matchefts, Michigan Abbie Moore, Rensselaer Phil Hilton, Colorado College Lorne Howes, Michigan Bob McCusker, Colorado College Murray Massier, Denver Reg Morelli, North Dakota Lou Angotti, Michigan Tech Bob Marquis, Boston University Barry Urbanski, Boston University Bill Masterton, Denver Lou Angotti, Michigan Tech Al McLean, North Dakota Bob Gray, Michigan Gary Milroy, Michigan Tech Gaye Cooley, Michigan State Walt Stanowski, Cornell Gerry Powers, Denver Keith Magnuson, Denver Dan Lodboa, Cornell Dan Brady, Boston University Tim Regan, Boston University Dean Talafous, Wisconsin Brad Shelstad, Minnesota Jim Warden, Michigan Tech Tom Vannelli, Minnesota Julian Baretta, Wisconsin Jack O’Callahan, Boston University Steve Janaszak, Minnesota Doug Smail, North Dakota Marc Behrend, Wisconsin Phil Sykes, North Dakota Marc Behrend, Wisconsin Gary Kruzich, Bowling Green Chris Terreri, Providence Mike Donnelly, Michigan State Tony Hrkac, North Dakota Bruce Hoffort, Lake Superior State Ted Donato, Harvard Chris Tancill, Wisconsin Scott Beattie, Northern Michigan Paul Constantin, Lake Superior State Jim Montgomery, Maine Sean Tallaire, Lake Superior State Chris O’Sullivan, Boston University Brendan Morrison, Michigan Matt Henderson, North Dakota Marty Turco, Michigan Alfie Michaud, Maine Lee Goren, North Dakota Chuck Kobasew, Boston College Grant Potulny, Minnesota Thomas Vanek, Minnesota Adam Berkhoel, Denver Peter Mannino, Denver Robbie Earl, Wisconsin Justin Abdelkader, Michigan Nathan Gerbe, Boston College

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All-Time Hobey Baker Winners

The Hobey Baker Award In 2004-05, forward Colin Murphy became the second player from Michigan Tech to be selected a finalist for the prestigious Hobey Baker Memorial Award, presented annually by the Decathlon Club of Bloomington, Minn., to the top collegiate hockey player in the United States. Goaltender Jamie Ram, who was a finalist for the award in 1994, was the first Husky to be a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. The idea for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award was conceived on a sunny day in Southern California and born three years later on a snowy day in Minnesota. While touring the Los Angeles Athletic Club and investigating its Wooden Award in February 1978, then-Decathlon Athletic Club Chief Executive Officer Chuck Bard was struck by a similar idea — an award given to a college athlete recognized as the best player in collegiate hockey. The idea lay dormant until a Decathlon Club committee meeting July 13, 1979. There, Russ Chance, a DAC board member, suggested the club sponsor more athletic-oriented events in addition to its Sports Banquet and Golden Gloves Boxing Night. This suggestion met with approval all around. Bard immediately asked Chance to discuss the matter further, following the meeting. Chance offered that this future event center around hockey. Bard followed that the banquet should honor an outstanding player. The discussion evolved into concerns over the work and expense involved, and the two men began putting together lists of possible sponsors and peers willing to work on the event. The next day, Ralph Greig of Pepsi-Cola offered an ongoing sponsorship. An original committee was also drawn, with Chance as its chair. The final go-ahead was given by club directors Jan. 4, 1980, with their only stipulation being the award support itself. Bard, with assistance from Walter Bush, then president of the Minnesota North Stars, and Roger Godin of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame, narrowed down a list of candidates after whom to name the award. The final list included hockey immortals Moose Goheen, Frank Brimsek, John Mariucci and Hobey Baker. The name and exploits of Baker haunted Bard, who contacted Princeton University for more information. Bard also contacted the present day Hobey Baker, a nephew of the award’s namesake who resided in New York, and was granted permission to use the name. Additional conversations with the NCAA, USA Hockey, National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors, American Hockey Coaches Association and the WCHA made it clear that the world of college hockey would welcome the award with open arms. With that, the trophy was designed, the sponsor set and the committee enlarged. The first banquet was held April 1, 1981. Neal Broten of the University of Minnesota won the first award, and Gordie Howe delivered a memorable speech. Since then, the award has become recognized as U.S. college hockey’s premier individual honor. As such, it has helped promote U.S. college hockey, the skills needed to play the game and the ideals for which the original Hobey Baker lived and died.

Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Player Neal Broten George McPhee Mark Fusco Tom Kurvers Bill Watson Scott Fusco Robb Stauber Tony Hrkac Lane MacDonald Kip Miller David Emma Scott Pellerin Paul Kariya Chris Marinucci Brian Holzinger Brian Bonin Brendan Morrison Chris Drury Jason Krog Mike Mottau Ryan Miller Jordan Leopold Peter Sejna Junior Lessard Marty Sertich Matt Carle Ryan Duncan Kevin Porter

School Minnesota Bowling Green State Harvard Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Harvard Minnesota North Dakota Harvard Michigan State Boston College Maine Maine Minnesota Duluth Bowling Green State Minnesota Michigan Boston University New Hampshire Boston College Michigan State Minnesota Colorado College Minnesota Duluth Colorado College Denver North Dakota Michigan

Above: Jamie Ram was Tech’s first-ever Hobey Baker Award finalist in 1994. He finished with 42 career wins, which ranks fifth all-time among Michigan Tech goaltenders.

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February 14, 1930

• Michigan Tech defeats Eagle River 30-0 to establish a NCAA record that still stands today for most goals in a game.

February 24, 1934

• Paul Hendrickson scores six goals in game against Wausau.

March 1937

• Ed Maki named as Michigan Tech’s first All-American.

September 15, 1948

• Amo Bessone named head coach at Michigan Tech.

January 14, 1950

• Player Bob Gitzen and manager Dick Loutit were killed in an early morning bus accident on the trip home from a series at Michigan State.

January 8, 1952

• Al Renfrew’s first game as coach. The Huskies lost 8-4 to North Dakota.

December 10, 1953

• Dedication game of artificial ice in Dee Stadium. Then MCMT (now Michigan Tech) and the Portage Lake Pioneers played to a 3-3 tie.

March 1953

• Defenseman Bob Monahan named Michigan Tech’s second All-American.

February 25, 1956

Memorable Moments March 17, 1960

• Michigan Tech beats St. Lawrence 13-3 in NCAA semifinal game held at the Boston Arena. Gerry Fabbro and Lou Angotti each registered hat tricks for the Huskies. Michigan Tech set an NCAA record, netting five goals in a span of 2:51. That record still stands today.

March 19, 1960

• Michigan Tech lost to Denver 5-3 in NCAA finals at the Boston Arena. Lou Angotti was named Tri-MVP of the tournament.

March 13, 1965

• Huskies defeat North Dakota 6-4 in Grand Forks to win the school’s second WCHA Championship and MacNaughton Cup.

March 19, 1965

• Michigan Tech beats Brown 4-0 at Meehan Arena in Providence, R.I. Rick Best becomes the first goaltender ever in NCAA Tournament play to record a shutout.

March 20, 1965

December 12, 1960

• Huskies down Boston College 8-2 to win Michigan Tech’s second NCAA Championship. Five Huskies were named to the All-Tournament Team including Gary Milroy, who was the MVP.

February 17, 1962

• Michigan Tech hosts first ever Great Lakes Invitational in Detroit’s Olympia Stadium. The Huskies downed BU 4-2 in the semifinals before losing 6-2 to Toronto in the championship game.

• Michigan Tech beat Denver 3-2 in Houghton, overcoming a 2-0 first period deficit. The loss was DU’s only defeat in a 30-1-1 season. Jerry Sullivan scored the game-winning goal. • Michigan Tech beats Minnesota 3-2 in overtime to record its first-ever first-place finish in the WCHA.

March 3, 1962

• Huskies score four goals in the third period to top Michigan in Ann Arbor, 6-4, and win the school’s first ever MacNaughton Cup.

March 17, 1962

• Michigan Tech downs Clarkson 7-1 to claim its 20th straight win and the NCAA Championship. Lou Angotti was named the MVP, the first person ever to win the award twice.

December 21, 1965

December 21, 1968

• Huskies beat Wisconsin 4-1 to win the school’s first GLI Championship.

March 14, 1969

• Michigan Tech loses to Cornell 4-3 in overtime in the NCAA semifinals. Al Karlander scored a hat trick against famous college and professional goaltender Ken Dryden. Karlander’s first tally was :07 into the con­test, an NCAA record that still stands today.

• Huskies beat Michigan State in East Lansing, Mich., 3-1, to earn the school’s first NCAA tournament bid.

March 16, 1956

• Huskies play in their first NCAA tournament game at the Broadmoor Ice Palace in Colorado Springs, Colo. MCMT (now Michigan Tech) beat Boston College 10-4 with the help of four goals from Ron Stenlund.

March 18, 1956

• Huskies lose to Michigan 7-5 in NCAA finals. The game was Al Renfrew’s last as head coach. Pete Aubry earns All-Tournament recognition, the first Huskies player ever to do so.

August, 1956

• John MacInnes named head coach at Michigan Tech.

November 30, 1956

• John MacInnes’s first game as head coach. The Huskies beat Port Arthur in Houghton, 13-4.

March 1959

• John Kosiancic named All-American, the first under MacInnes.

January 20, 1960

• Michigan Tech defeats U.S. Olympic Team, 5-2, in Houghton. The U.S. team went on to win the Gold Medal in Squaw Valley, Calif.

March 11-12, 1960

• Michigan Tech beats North Dakota 4-3 and 5-4 in NCAA Regional series held in Houghton.

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Michigan Tech and Minnesota have long battled on the ice. As a matter of fact, the first meeting between the two schools goes back to the 1921-22 campaign. Action above is from the 1959-60 season. Huskies pictured include Gerry Fabbro (#17), John Pascht (#3), Al Raymond (#10), and George White (#19). Also involved are referees Bob Kasubeck (left) and Matt Nicholson (right).


March 1970

• John MacInnes named NCAA Coach of the Year.

March 1971

• Rob Murray named WCHA MVP, the school’s first ever.

December 4, 1971

• Michigan Tech beats Minnesota 5-3 in the Huskies last game at Dee Stadium.

January 21, 1972

• Michigan Tech downs Michigan 3-0 in Ann Arbor as John MacInnes gains his 300th career victory.

March 13, 1975

• Huskies beat Boston University 9-5 in the NCAA semifinals in St. Louis, Mo.

March 14, 1975

• Michigan Tech downs Minnesota 6-1 in St. Louis, Mo., to claim the school’s third NCAA Championship.

December 17, 1976

• Huskies defeat U.S. Olympic Team 3-1 in Houghton.

March 1976

• Mike Zuke, third all-time in NCAA history in points, wins WCHA MVP award. March 27, 1976 • Huskies meet Minnesota in the NCAA Championship game for the third con­secutive year. It is the only time in NCAA history that two schools have met three consecutive years in the NCAA title game.

March 14, 1982

• MacInnes’s last game as head coach at Michigan Tech, a 2-1 loss to Bowling Green in the CCHA playoffs.

March 1982

• Jim Nahrgang is named head coach at Michigan Tech.

January 1984

• Michigan Tech announces it will rejoin the WCHA, effective with the 1984-85 season.

December 29, 1984

• A crowd of 21,756, the largest crowd to ever witness a college hockey game in North America at the time, watches Michigan Tech and Michigan State play in the Great Lakes Invitational championship game.

February 1985

• Jim Nahrgang resigns as head coach at Michigan Tech.

March 1990

• Kip Noble named All-American.

April 3, 1990

• Newell Brown named hockey coach at Michigan Tech.

October 1990

• Bob Olson begins 20th year as voice of the hockey Huskies.

August 1991

• Michigan Tech Board of Control approves naming the Student Ice Arena after John MacInnes. New name is the John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena.

September 1991

• John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena gets new scoreboard and sound system.

August 22, 1992

February 1985

• Newell Brown resigns as Michigan Tech hockey coach to accept head coaching job at Adirondack.

February 1988

• Bob Mancini named 17th head coach in Michigan Tech hockey history.

• Herb Boxer named as new head coach at Michigan Tech. • Shawn Harrison becomes WCHA scoring champion, the first Michigan Tech player to accomplish that feat.

March 1988

• Herb Boxer named WCHA Coach of the Year.

February 7, 1990

• Herb Boxer announces resignation as head coach, effective at the end of the season.

September 9, 1992 March 1993

• Jamie Ram named First-Team All-American.

October 15, 1993

• Huskies meet Minnesota at new Mariucci Arena for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game. The contest is the first-ever at the new rink, with Michigan Tech prevailing 5-4.

December 29, 1979

• Mel Pearson scores in third overtime to beat Michigan in the longest Great Lakes Invitational game ever. The contest was also the first GLI game played at the Joe Louis Arena.

February 22, 1980

• Huskies beat Denver 5-2 in Denver, Colo., as John MacInnes records his 502nd win to become college hockey’s all-time winningest coach.

Summer 1980

• Michigan Tech announces it will leave the WCHA to join the CCHA.

December 28, 1980

• Huskies beat Michigan 3-2 in overtime to win their fifth consecutive Great Lakes Invitational title.

March 21, 1981

• Michigan Tech completes two-game sweep of Providence in NCAA quarterfinal.

March 26, 1981

• Huskies make 10th appearance in NCAA championships. Michigan Tech downed by Minnesota 7-2 at the Duluth Arena.

March 28, 1981

• Michigan Tech defeats Northern Michigan 5-2 in the NCAA third-place game.

The WCHA’s scoring champion for the 1988-89 season, Shawn Harrison (1986-90), recorded 17-33--50 points and became the first Michigan Tech player to ever lead the WCHA in total points. The All-WCHA First Team forward finished his career with 59-87--146 points, good for a share of the 20th spot on Tech’s all-time scoring chart.

February 22, 1982

• John MacInnes announces he will step down as head coach of the Huskies.

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March 13, 1994

• Michigan Tech defeats top-seeded Colorado College, 3-2 in overtime, to win series by a 2-1 count and pull off the biggest first-round playoff upset in WCHA history. The game was the last ever at the historic Broadmoor World Arena.

March 1994

• Jamie Ram named First-Team All-American and school’s first ever Hobey Baker Finalist

September 1994

• Scott White, who graduated from Michigan Tech in 1989 and played four years of hockey for the Huskies, named assistant hockey coach.

May 1995

• New dasher boards installed at MacInnes Student Ice Arena.

March 9, 1996

• Huskies play in WCHA Final Five title game for first time ever, only to lose to  Minnesota.

October 16, 1998

• Michigan Tech wins the first-ever WCHA game played at Wisconsin’s new Kohl Center by defeating the Badgers 2-1.

• The Huskies shock No. 1 Wisconsin 4-2 at the Kohl Center and in the process ends the Badgers’ 14-game unbeaten streak.

April 17, 1999

• Mchigan Tech’s sweep of Minnesota Duluth marks its first back-to-back sweep of UMD in Duluth since the Huskies achieved the feat in 1970 and 1971.

• The new $2 million Peter J. Grant Hockey Educational Center is officially dedicated, giving Michigan Tech world-class support facilities for its hockey program. • Jerry MacInnes, wife of long-time Tech hockey coach John MacInnes, accepts Legend of College Hockey Award on her husband’s behalf from the Hobey Baker Committee at a dinner in Bloomington, Minn.

December 30, 1999

• Michigan Tech student Kyle Reininger, from Mt. Clemens, Mich., is the GLI’s one-millionth fan. Michigan Tech has hosted the tournament since founding it in 1965.

November 7, 2000

August 1, 1996

August 10, 1998

• Mike Sertich named interim head coach of the Huskies.

• Michigan Tech Board of Control, via special telephone conference call, approves constructon of the $2 million Hockey Educational Center.

November 8, 2000

January 17, 2001

• Mike Sertich named school’s 19th head hockey coach.  

March 9, 2002

• Bob Olson broadcasts final game of 31-year career as the radio voice of the Michigan Tech hockey team. Olson is one of only two media members honored with the WCHA Distinguished Service Award. He is also a member of Michigan Tech’s Sports Hall of Fame.

March 18, 2003

• Mike Sertich announces retirement as Michigan Tech hockey coach, ending a nearly three-year run as Michigan Tech head coach and a tremendously successful 21-year career as a head coach overall.

May 7, 2003

• Former Tech defenseman Jamie Russell introduced as Michigan Tech’s 20th head hockey coach.

October 18, 2003

• A historic comeback win, Tech rallied from 6-3 deficit in final 2:30 of regulation to force overtime, before beating Northern Michigan in the extra session, 7-6.

January 21-22, 2005

Above: Bob Mancini guided Michigan Tech to the biggest upset in WCHA playoff history in 1993-94 when 10th seeded Michigan Tech knocked off top-seeded Colorado College, two games to one. The contests were the last played at the historic Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs, a building in which Mancini played his college hockey.

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December 9, 2005

October 2, 1999

• Tim Watters announces his resignation as head coach at Michigan Tech, effective immediately.

• Former Michigan Tech All-American Tim Watters hired as the 18th head coach at Michigan Tech.

March 2005

• Colin Murphy named Second-Team All-American and school’s second-ever Hobey Baker Finalist.

• Michigan Tech records 6-3 and 3-1 wins against Minnesota at Mariucci Arena, marking the first road sweep of the Golden Gophers since 1971.

February 4-5, 2005

• The Huskies notch back-to-back 3-2 victories at Minnesota Duluth on the road. The sweep of the Bulldogs at the DECC was Tech’s first since March 1-2, 1996, in the WCHA Playoffs.

January 13-14, 2006

February 23-24, 2007

• Tech compiles its fifth sweep of the season by defeating #19 Wisconsin by a 4-2 count in front of 3,917 at the MacInnes Student Ice Arena. The win gives the Huskies a final home record of 10-4-3 for the season.

March 11, 2007

• Michael-Lee Teslak turns away all 18 Colorado College shots in a 1-0 victory in game three of a first round WCHA Playoff series. The win sends the Huskies to their first WCHA Final Five since 1996.

October 14, 2007

• Michigan Tech defeats Lake Superior State, 4-3, in front of a national viewing audience on ESPNU.

October 26, 2007

• Nine different players record a point for Michigan Tech to defeat No. 1 North Dakota, 3-1, at the MacInnes Ice Arena.

December 28-29, 2007

• Tech defeats defending national champion No. 5 Michigan State, 4-1, before falling to No. 1 Michigan, 1-0, in double overtime.

March 15, 2008

• Michigan Tech posts a 3-2 overtime win to snap No. 2 North Dakota’s 18-game unbeaten streak at Ralph Engelstad Arena and force a third game in the WCHA Playoffs.


1919-20

1-2-1

Coach: E.R.Lovell 1/20 1/27 2/3 2/5

Ripley Standard Chassell Houghton Legion Calumet Seniors

W T L L

1920-21

2-0 3-3 3-4 OT 2-9

7-4-0

1927-28

Wisconsin Wisconsin Chicago AC Michigan State Marquette Owls Marquette

Coach: Elmer Sicotte Captain: Colin Thistlewaite

1928-29

1/3 1/27 1/28 2/1 2/3 2/4 3/8 3/15 3/18 3/21

Coach: Carlos “Cub” Haug Captain: Hank Latva

Calumet Legion Michigan Michigan Houghton Legion Notre Dame Notre Dame Portage Lake Calumet Juniors Calumet Juniors Chassell Chassell

W W L W W L L W W L W

1921-22

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

8-3-1

Coach: Mike Fay Captain: John Travers 1/19 1/20 1/21 1/30 1/31 2/13 2/14 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/27 2/28

Michigan Michigan Michigan Notre Dame Notre Dame Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Fort Snelling St. Thomas St. Thomas St. Thomas

W W L L L T W W W W W W

1922-23

2-1 5-2 1-4 1-4 1-2 3-3 OT 3-0 3-2 4-0 4-1 3-1 3-2 OT

0-4-0

Coach: Bill Murdoch Captain: Doug York 2/15 2/16 2/26 2/27

Notre Dame Notre Dame St. Thomas St. Thomas

L L L L

1923-24

2-5 1-5 2-5 3-7

0-5-0

Coach: Elmer Sicotte Captain: Andrew Jackson 1/8 1/15 1/24 2/28

Calumet Laurium Ramboultown Laurium Ramboultown Keweenaw Naval Reserves

L L L L L

1924-25

2-6 1-5 1-5 0-1 0-5

2-4-0

Coach: Leon Harvey Captain: Robert Zyrd

Mohawk Calumet Mohawk Naval Reserves Calumet Naval Reserves

W L L L W L

1925-26

2-1 3-4 1-5 3-5 2 OT 3-2 0-1

2-2-1

Coach: Leon Harvey Captain: John Meyers

Radio Six Radio Six St. Thomas Radio Six Hancock Alumni

T L L W W

1926-27

1-1 1-2 1-8 4-1 3-1

5-1-0

Coach: Carlos “Cub” Haug Captain: Paul Pesonen 1/17 1/18 1/22 2/4 2/5 2/18

Michigan Michigan Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Marquette University

L W W W W W

0-1 1-0 3-0 4-0 6-3 7-4

5-1-0

Coach: Carlos “Cub” Haug Captain: Paul Pesonen

12/27 1/9 1/18 1/25 1/26 1/28 1/29 1/30 2/8 2/9 2/16 2/23

Wisconsin St. Thomas Marquette Owls Minnesota Minnesota Eveleth St. Mary’s St. Thomas Eveleth Wisconsin Eveleth Marquette Owls

W W L W W W

6-1 1-0 1-3 5-0 4-2 5-4

2-8-3 T W L L L L L W L T L W

1-1 5-3 0-2 0-3 0-5 0-6 2-4 3-1 2-4 1-1 0-4 2-1

5-7-1

Coach: Bert Noblet Captain: Hank Latva Wisconsin Wisconsin Marquette University Princeton Yale Harvard Michigan Michigan Marquette Owls Minnesota Minnesota Eagle River American Soo

L 1-3 W 3-2 L 1-3 T 3-3 L 0-15 L 0-11 L 1-2 L 2-4 W 5-3 L 2-3 W 3-2 W 30-0 W 5-0

1930-31

2-7-0

Coach: Bert Noblet Captain: John Kilpatrick 1/8 1/12 1/19 1/26 1/27 2/5 2/20 2/21 2/24

Marquette American Soo Negaunee Minnesota Minnesota Houghton Wolves Minnesota Minnesota Ironwood

0-2 0-2 4-2 2-8 3-7 0-1 0-3 0-2 5-0

5-6-2

Coach: Bert Noblet Captain: John Wealton Marquette University Eagle River Wisconsin Wisconsin Eagle River Bessemer Marquette University Marquette University Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Gladstone Escanaba

L 3-4 L 1-3 W 3-2 T 2-2 W 4-3 W 2-0 L 1-3 T 1-1 L 1-8 L 1-8 L 1-6 W 12-3 W 5-2

1932-33

9-5-1

Coach: Bert Noblet Captain: John Jacobson 12/16 12/22 12/31 1/1 1/5 1/6 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/26 2/3 2/4 2/13 2/14

Bessemer Bessemer Eagle River Eagle River Hubbell Marquette Wisconsin Wisconsin Wausau Wausau Marquette Marquette University Marquette University Michigan Michigan

12/18 12/21 12/22 1/2 1/3 1/4 1/5 1/12 1/13 1/20 1/25 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/16 2/17 2/21 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/26

Bessemer Wisconsin Wisconsin Marinette De Pere Appleton Wausau Michigan Michigan Ironwood Minnesota Minnesota Wausau Wausau Marquette Minnesota Minnesota Marquette Wausau Michigan Michigan Portage Lake

W 14-3 T 2-2 W 3-1 W 7-2 W 7-4 W 3-2 W 4-2 W 5-4 L 0-1 W 6-0 L 1-4 W 2-1 OT L 1-3 W 3-2 W 7-2 L 4-5 L 0-4 L 2-4 W 7-0 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 6-1

1934-35

4-11-2

Coach: Bert Noblet Captains: John Croze, Reuben Hendrickson 12/3 1/1 1/2 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/18 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/15 2/16 2/22 3/1 3/2 3/4

Wausau Wausau Green Bay Muskegon Muskegon Marquette Eagle River Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan Marquette Michigan Michigan Calumet

T L W L L W L L L L L L W L T L W

W W T L L W W W W L W W L W L

4-0 8-0 3-3 0-1 0-1 9-4 5-0 5-0 5-4 1-3 OT 4-0 4-2 2-7 4-3 1-7

2-2 2-3 4-0 1-2 1-2 3-2 0-2 1-2 OT 1-4 1-6 0-3 1-2 OT 3-2 4-6 3-3 1-7 4-0

6-9-1

Coach: Bert Noblet Captain: Doug Latimer 12/30 12/31 1/3 1/4 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/6 2/7 2/20 2/22 2/28 2/29

Eagle River Eagle River Wausau Wausau Marquette Eagle River Michigan Michigan Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Marquette Superior Michigan Michigan

T L W L W L W W L L L L L W L W

1936-37

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

American Soo Eagle River Eagle River Wausau Eagle River Alaska Alaska Michigan Michigan Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Wausau Michigan Michigan American Soo Eagle River

4-11-1

1-0 2-2 0-4 1-2 1-0 4-1 1-1 1-0 2-3 1-2 1-0 0-3 1-1 7-1 1-4 2-4 3-2 2-3

American Soo Eagle River Michigan Michigan Marquette Minnesota Minnesota Eagle River Marquette Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan Wausau Portage Lake Carleton

L 3-5 L 1-2 L 2-5 L 1-7 L 1-5 L 3-4 L 1-2 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 1-4 T 3-3 OT L 1-2 W 6-2 L 1-3 W 3-2 W 10-1

1938-39

6-8-0

Coach: Ed Maki Captain: John Hascall 1/14 1/15 1/16 1/17 1/20 1/26 1/27 1/28 2/1 2/3 2/4 2/17 2/24 2/25

Wausau Wausau Carleton Carleton Marquette Carleton Minnesota Minnesota Eagle River Minnesota Minnesota Eagle River Madison Cards Madison Cards

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

1939-40

10-5-0

Coach: Ed Maki Captain: Maurice Villeneuve 1/4 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/26 1/27 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/15 2/17 2/23 2/24 2/29 3/2

Michigan Michigan Minnesota Minnesota Wausau Wausau Carleton Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois

L W L L W W W L L W W W W W W

0-1 2-0 1-7 1-9 4-1 3-2 4-1 1-9 0-8 1-0 4-0 3-1 6-1 3-1 3-2

1-10-0

Coach: Ed Maki Captain: Robert Petaja

7-8-3 W T L L W W T W L L W L T W L L W L

12/18 1/1 1/6 1/8 1/14 1/21 1/22 2/2 2/8 2/18 2/19 2/29 3/2

1940-41

Coach: Joe Savini Captain: William Mullen 12/21 12/31 1/1 1/2 1/8 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/19 2/20 2/24 2/26

1937-38 Coach: Joe Savini Captains: George McCarthy, Joe Stack

1935-36 L L W L L L L L W

1931-32 12/18 12/30 12/31 1/1 1/20 1/27 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/5 2/10 2/20 2/24

13-8-1

Coach: Bert Noblet Captains: Paul Daigle, Charles Ferries

1929-30 12/19 12/20 12/24 1/4 1/7 1/8 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/27 1/28 2/14 2/18

1933-34

1/9 1/11 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/9 2/11 2/20 2/21 2/23

Michigan Michigan Minnesota Minnesota Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Minnesota Minnesota Carleton

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

1941-42 OT

OT 2 OT OT

3-6-3

Coach: Elwin Romnes Captain: Robert Peteja 1/3 1/5 1/9 1/10 1/22 1/24 2/6 2/7 2/21 2/22 3/7 3/8

Michigan Michigan Minnesota Minnesota Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan

T W W L L L T W L L T L

2-2 4-1 3-2 1-2 1-5 0-7 2-2 4-3 3-5 1-4 2-2 1-2

OT OT

OT OT OT

Michigan Technological University 93


1942-43

1-9-0

Coach: Elwin Romnes Captain: David Wilson 1/15 1/22 1/23 2/5 2/6 2/13 2/19 2/20 3/12 3/13

Painesdale Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota C.C. All-Stars Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois

1948-49

L L W L L L L L L L

1-2 1-3 1-0 4-6 2-8 7-8 2-4 1-3 2-4 3-4

1943-45

No Teams

1945-46

4-12-0

1/3 1/4 1/7 1/14 1/15 1/29 1/31 2/7 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 3/4 3/5

Queen’s Queen’s North Dakota Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan California California Minnesota# Minnesota# North Dakota North Dakota Michigan Michigan #Winter Carnival

Coach: Ed Maki Captain: Albert Maki

1949-50

1/4 1/11 1/18 1/23 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/7 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 3/1 3/2 3/8 3/9

Coach: Amo Bessone Captain: Marcus Olson

Calumet-Laurium American Soo Marquette Calumet-Laurium Marquette Sault Atomics Sault Atomics Wausau Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan

L W W L L L L W L L L L W L L L

1946-47

6-7 9-3 8-4 3-7 2-5 3-10 7-11 8-3 2-7 2-14 2-9 2-6 5-4 5-9 2-11 0-10

6-13-0

Coach: Ed Maki Captain: Albert Maki 1/1 1/3 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/10 2/11 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/25 3/7 3/8

Eagle River Eagle River Manitoba Manitoba Colorado College Colorado College Minnesota Minnesota Colorado College Colorado College Calumet-Laurium Calumet-Laurium Marquette Marquette Minnesota Minnesota Calumet-Laurium Michigan Michigan

W W L W L L L L L L L L W W L L L L W

1947-48

13-1 7-2 5-6 8-2 5-6 2-8 4-6 OT 1-3 5-9 3-4 OT 1-5 5-10 9-3 12-8 3-13 2-6 2-3 1-3 3-1

8-12-0

Coach: Ed Maki Captain: Albert Maki 12/26 12/27 12/30 1/3 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/7 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/24 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/6

Colorado College Colorado College California San Francisco North Dakota North Dakota St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Michigan Michigan Minnesota Minnesota North Dakota North Dakota Colorado College Colorado College Minnesota Minnesota Michigan Michigan

5-10-0

Coach: Amo Bessone Captain: Marcus Olson

L L W W W L W W L L L L L L W W L W L L

6-7 3-8 6-5 4-1 7-6 3-7 9-1 9-3 6-7 0-4 5-6 3-7 4-5 2-5 4-0 3-2 4-7 4-3 4-7 5-6

12/20 1/6 1/7 1/12 1/13 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4

Sault Martins Western Ontario Western Ontario Michigan State Michigan State McMaster McMaster Michigan State# Michigan State# Michigan Michigan North Dakota North Dakota Sault Martins Sault Martins Michigan Michigan #Winter Carnival

L 3-6 L 4-7 W 6-3 L 4-5 L 3-7 L 4-5 W 6-2 W 6-4 L 3-5 L 1-5 W 12-4 W 5-2 L 5-6 L 1-7 L 3-8

10-7-0 W L L W W W W W W W L L L W W L L

1950-51

14-4 3-5 4-6 6-2 15-2 10-1 11-2 11-3 10-0 3-2 2-9 4-5 3-5 3-1 7-3 3-9 1-6

5-14-2

Coach: Amo Bessone Captain: Connie Adams 12/17 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/16 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/9 3/10

Marquette Colorado College Colorado College Minnesota Minnesota North Dakota North Dakota St. Thomas St. Thomas Michigan State# Michigan State# Wyoming Wyoming Michigan State Michigan State Minnesota Minnesota Denver Denver Michigan Michigan

#Winter Carnival

1951-52

T L L L L L L W T L W W W L L L L W L L L

7-7 1-16 4-10 1-11 5-8 2-5 4-5 4-3 4-4 3-4 4-2 16-3 12-7 2-3 3-5 1-8 1-6 5-3 3-9 3-8 4-7

2-18-0

MCHL Record: 0-18-0 (7th Place) Coach: Al Renfrew Captain: Joe deBastiani 1/8 1/9 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/4 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/29 3/1 3/7 3/8

94 Michigan Technological University

North Dakota* North Dakota* St. Thomas St. Thomas North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Michigan*# Michigan*# Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan* Michigan* *MCHL Games #Winter Carnival

L 4-8 L 2-5 W 13-4 W 6-5 L 2-11 L 1-9 L 4-9 L 4-6 L 7-14 L 2-12 L 1-7 L 4-9 L 2-9 L 4-10 L 2-3 L 3-5 L 3-5 L 4-8 L 4-11 L 3-4

1952-53

6-13-0

MCHL Record: 3-13-0 (6th Place) Coach: Al Renfrew Captain: Lloyd Rautiola 12/31 1/2 1/3 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/21 3/6 3/7

Minnesota Duluth North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota* Minnesota* St. Thomas St. Thomas Michigan State*# Michigan State*# Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan* Michigan*

*MCHL Games #Winter Carnival

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

1953-54

7-17-1

WIHL Record: 2-16-0 (7th Place) Coach: Al Renfrew Captains: George McGinn, Harry Taylor 12/10 12/12 1/1 1/2 1/5 1/6 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/28 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 3/8 3/9

Portage Lake Portage Lake Montana Mines Montana Mines Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan*# Michigan*# Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan State*

*WIHL Games #Winter Carnival

1954-55

T L W W L L L L L L W W W L L L L L L L L L W W L

3-3 4-5 18-1 15-1 1-15 1-7 3-6 0-5 0-5 0-5 6-5 10-3 2-1 0-4 0-7 3-8 6-7 OT 3-9 3-6 4-5 OT 3-11 1-4 2-1 5-3 1-6

12-13-1

WIHL Record: 8-11-1 (5th Place) Coach: Al Renfrew Captains: Wally Crockatt, Bob McManus 12/3 12/4 12/11 12/28 12/31 1/1 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/18 1/19 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/28 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/5

Port Arthur Port Arthur Escanaba Marquette Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan*# Michigan*# Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan* Michigan*

*WIHL Games #Winter Carnival

L 2-4 L 2-4 W 15-2 W 11-2 W 5-1 L 3-5 W 8-4 W 6-2 L 1-3 T 1-1 OT W 4-1 W 4-3 W 9-4 W 5-2 L 1-5 L 3-4 L 2-4 W 4-1 W 4-1 L 4-5 L 3-4 OT W 10-3 L 1-4 L 3-4 OT L 1-5 L 4-8

1955-56

21-7-0

(2nd Place, NCAA) WIHL Record: 14-6-0 (2nd Place) Coach: Al Renfrew Captains: Harvey Glover, Bob McManus 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/22 12/23 12/27 12/28 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/9 3/10 3/16 3/18

Port Arthur Port Arthur Soo Esquires Soo Esquires Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* St. Cloud State St. Cloud State North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota*# Minnesota*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan* Michigan* Michigan* Michigan* Boston College+ Michigan+

*WIHL Games #Winter Carnival+NCAA Playoffs

1956-57

W 6-4 W 6-1 W 8-4 W 7-2 L 3-7 W 9-3 W 4-2 W 4-0 W 19-0 W 13-0 W 5-3 W 5-2 W 4-2 L 2-3 W 8-1 W 6-5 OT W 5-2 W 2-0 W 6-2 W 5-4 OT W 4-3 W 3-1 L 2-5 L 3-6 L 1-5 L 1-5 W 10-4 L 5-7

14-9-5

WIHL Record: 8-8-4 (4th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Jack McManus 11/30 12/1 12/6 12/7 12/18 12/27 12/28 12/29 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/21 1/22 1/25 1/26 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/8 3/9

Port Arthur Port Arthur Toronto Toronto Sault Greyhounds McGill@ Laval@ RPI@ North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan* Michigan*

@RPI Invitational *WIHL Games #Winter Carnival

W 13-4 W 8-2 W 5-4 L 0-2 W 10-2 T 2-2 OT W 9-6 W 6-4 L 3-7 W 6-0 L 0-1 T 5-5 OT L 3-7 W 2-1 T 3-3 OT W 8-5 W 3-1 W 4-2 W 5-3 W 6-2 L 7-8 L 3-4 T 3-3 OT T 4-4 OT W 4-3 L 4-5 L 3-5 L 4-7


1957-58

11-16-1

WIHL Record: 5-15-0 (7th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captains: Pete Buchmann, Tom Kennedy 11/22 11/23 12/6 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/26 12/27 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/4 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/7 3/8

Fort William Fort William Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Colorado College* Denver* Colorado College* Denver* North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Fort Frances Fort Frances North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan*

*WIHL Games #Winter Carnival

1958-59

W W L W L W L L L L L L W L L L W L L W T W W W L L L W

5-1 2-0 1-2 3-1 3-5 6-0 4-5 OT 0-3 2-5 2-6 1-9 2-3 3-2 2-5 3-4 1-6 5-2 2-4 2-5 3-1 3-3 OT 6-3 8-2 3-1 4-6 4-6 1-3 4-3

16-10-1

Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Pete Buchmann 12/1 12/2 12/5 12/6 12/10 12/12 12/28 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/6 3/7

Port Arthur Port Arthur Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth U.S. Nationals U.S. Nationals Soo Greyhounds North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Michigan State* Michigan State* North Dakota* North Dakota* Colorado College*# Colorado College*# Michigan* Michigan* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota* Minnesota*

* WIHL Games # Winter Carnival

W 7-2 W 7-0 W 7-0 W 12-1 L 0-5 L 2-4 W 4-2 W 3-2 L 1-2 OT W 3-2 OT W 10-2 W 5-3 W 5-3 W 6-3 W 10-3 L 0-7 W 5-4 OT W 4-3 L 0-4 T 2-2 OT L 3-5 W 5-4 L 3-6 L 0-3 L 2-5 L 5-7 W 5-4

1959-60 2nd Place, NCAA WCHA Record: 15-6-1 (2nd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captains: Paul Coppo 11/27 Minnesota* 11/28 Minnesota* 12/4 North Dakota* 12/5 North Dakota* 12/8 Denver* 12/9 Denver* 12/16 Port Arthur 12/17 Fort William 12/28 Denver* 12/29 Denver* 1/1 Colorado College* 1/2 Colorado College* 1/8 Michigan* 1/9 Michigan* 1/19 U.S. Nationals 1/20 U.S. Nationals 1/22 Michigan State* 1/23 Michigan State* 1/29 Minnesota* 1/30 Minnesota* 2/5 Michigan State* 2/6 Michigan State* 2/12 Michigan*# 2/13 Michigan*# 2/19 North Dakota* 2/20 North Dakota* 2/26 Warroad 2/27 Warroad 3/11 North Dakota** 3/12 North Dakota** 3/17 St. Lawrence+ 3/19 Denver+ *WCHA Games #Winter Carnival +NCAA Playoffs **WCHA Playoffs

1960-61

21-10-1

1961-62

29-3-0

W 8-5 W 4-2 L 2-3 W 4-1 W 6-3 W 5-3 W 3-2 W 5-3 L 4-9 W 5-3 W 5-4 OT L 2-3 L 1-5 L 1-4 L 1-5 W 5-2 T 3-3 OT W 9-1 W 8-6 W 6-1 W 5-3 W 7-0 W 6-1 W 9-4 W 3-2 L 4-6 L 4-5 L 2-3 W 4-3 W 5-4 W 13-3 L 3-5

16-13-0

12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/15 12/16 12/29 12/30 1/1 1/2 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/3 3/16 3/17

Michigan* Michigan* Denver* Denver* Toronto Toronto Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Finnish Nationals Finnish Nationals Michigan State** Michigan** St. Lawrence+ Clarkson+

*WCHA Games #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

1962-63

WCHA Record: 13-11-0 (4th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Gerald Fabbro 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/16 12/17 12/23 12/26 12/27 12/29 12/30 1/6 1/7 1/10 1/11 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 2/10 2/11 2/13 2/14 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/10 3/11

North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Amarillo Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan* Michigan* U.S. Nationals U.S. Nationals Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota*# Minnesota*# Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan* Michigan* Denver** Denver**

L W W W W L W L L W W L L W W W W L W W W W W L L L W L L

4-6 8-1 7-2 5-3 3-2 2-5 12-0 1-5 0-2 5-1 4-1 1-2 2-5 6-1 11-1 8-1 & 3-1 3-4 3-1 6-0 3-2 OT 10-0 11-1 1-5 2-3 OT 2-4 6-1 1-9 2-8

*WCHA Games #Winter Carnival &Michigan State awarded win on protest **WCHA Playoffs

L 1-3 L 3-5 W 8-7 W 8-2 W 4-1 W 9-1 W 7-4 W 9-4 W 8-4 W 5-4 W 4-2 L 2-4 W 5-1 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 3-2 W 7-1 W 4-3 W 6-2 W 6-2 W 8-2 W 3-2 W 6-3 W 3-2 W 12-2 W 5-2 W 7-3 W 15-2 W 5-1 W 6-4 W 6-1 W 7-1

OT

OT

OT OT

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver* Denver* Nipigon Nipigon North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Port Arthur North Dakota*# North Dakota*# Michigan* Michigan* Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Colorado College* North Dakota** North Dakota**

*WCHA Games #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

14-12-1

12/5 12/6 12/13 12/14 1/7 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 2/29 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/12 3/13

U.S. Nationals U.S. Nationals Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Green Bay Denver* Denver* Port Arthur Port Arthur Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth North Dakota*# North Dakota*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan* Michigan* Denver* Colorado College* Denver* Colorado College* Michigan** Michigan**

*WCHA Games #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1964-65

L 1-3 L 2-6 W 3-2 L 1-3 L 1-5 W 2-1 L 1-4 W 5-0 W 8-1 L 2-6 L 3-5 W 3-1 W 4-2 W 3-0 L 2-3 W 2-1 L 1-4 W 7-3 W 11-1 W 3-1 L 3-4 W 4-3 W 2-0 L 2-3 OT W 9-8 OT L 3-4 T 5-5 2 OT

24-5-2

(1st Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 12-5-1 (2nd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Al Holm

17-10-2

WCHA Record: 11-7-2 (3rd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Pat Casey 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 12/7 12/8 12/29 12/30 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 1/28 1/29 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/7 3/8

1963-64 WCHA Record: 9-7-0 (4th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: George Hill

(1st Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 17-3-0 (1st Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Jerry Sullivan

W W L W W L W W L T W W T L W W W W L W W L L W L W W L L

3-0 5-2 2-3 1-0 3-1 2-4 9-3 9-3 2-4 3-3 OT 5-1 4-3 2-2 OT 3-6 6-2 6-2 7-2 6-3 1-4 3-0 5-1 1-4 4-5 3-1 1-4 6-3 6-4 0-2 1-6

11/20 11/21 11/25 11/27 12/4 12/5 12/18 12/19 1/1 1/2 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/13 3/18 3/20

Waterloo Lutheran Waterloo Lutheran Port Arthur Red Rock North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver* Denver* Michigan* Michigan* Colorado College*# Colorado College*# Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota** Minnesota** North Dakota** Brown+ Boston College+

*WCHA Games #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

W 6-1 W 9-3 W 8-3 W 4-3 W 3-2 OT W 5-2 L 1-2 L 3-6 W 6-3 W 4-3 W 4-2 W 5-4 W 4-1 L 4-5 W 3-2 T 3-3 OT W 10-2 L 1-6 W 3-1 W 10-1 L 1-3 W 3-0 W 4-3 W 5-4 W 7-2 W 8-2 W 8-4 T 3-3 W 6-4 W 4-0 W 8-2

Michigan Technological University 95


1965-66

23-6-1

WCHA Record: 15-4-1 (1st Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Rick Yeo Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Laurentian Minnesota* Minnesota* Manitoba Manitoba Boston University@ Toronto@ Northeastern@@ Michigan@@ Boston Univ@@ North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota Duluth*# Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth** Michigan State**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational @@Boston Holiday Tournament #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

W 5-1 W 3-2 W 8-4 W 4-3 W 4-2 W 5-3 W 13-2 W 4-2 L 2-6 W 8-5 W 7-6 W 5-2 W 2-1 W 4-3 L 4-5 W 4-1 W 1-0 OT W 5-4 OT L 2-3 L 1-3 W 5-2 W 6-1 T 3-3 OT L 2-3 W 8-4 W 4-2 W 5-1 W 5-4 W 9-3 L 3-4

18-11-1

Denver* Denver* St. Lawrence Clarkson North Dakota* North Dakota* Western Ontario Western Ontario Michigan@ Western Ontario@ Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan State* Michigan State* Colorado College* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan*# Michigan*# Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth** Michigan State**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

11/17 11/18 12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/20 12/21 12/28 12/29 12/30 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/8 3/9

Western Ontario Western Ontario Denver* Denver* Wisconsin Wisconsin New Hampshire@ North Dakota@ McMaster@@ Yale@@ RPI@@ Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Denver* Colorado College* Denver* Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College** North Dakota** North Dakota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational @@RPI Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1968-69

WCHA Record: 14-7-1 (3rd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Gary Milroy 11/18 11/19 11/24 11/25 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/22 12/23 1/6 1/7 1/20 1/21 1/25 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/9 3/11

22-9-1

WCHA Record: 15-5-0 (2nd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: John Haines

11/19 11/20 11/24 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/11 12/21 12/22 12/27 12/28 12/29 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/3 3/5

1966-67

1967-68

W 2-1 OT W 3-2 L 1-4 W 4-3 OT L 2-3 OT L 3-4 W 3-1 L 2-3 L 3-4 W 9-2 W 5-3 W 10-2 L 3-4 T 3-3 OT W 6-2 L 3-4 W 5-1 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 6-4 W 5-3 L 1-4 L 4-5 W 9-2 W 4-3 W 2-1 OT W 6-3 W 9-3 W 6-4 L 1-2 OT

W W W W W L W L W W L L W L W W W W W W L W W W L W L W W W T L

9-3 7-3 6-1 4-1 6-5 3-4 5-1 3-4 OT 5-3 5-3 3-4 2-3 3-2 1-3 8-2 4-1 7-2 5-0 4-1 6-2 2-5 4-3 3-0 4-2 2-7 2-1 2-5 5-4 4-2 5-2 0-0 2-3

21-9-2

(4th Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 14-5-1 (1st Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: John Haines

19-12-3

McMaster McMaster Wisconsin Wisconsin Denver* Denver* Michigan@ Wisconsin@ Montreal@@ Toronto@@ Colorado College* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota* Minnesota*+ Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Michigan*# Michigan*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan State** Michigan** Cornell+ Harvard+

W 9-0 W 7-1 T 7-7 OT L 3-4 W 3-1 L 1-5 W 3-2 W 4-1 W 3-2 OT L 3-6 W 10-2 W 4-3 OT W 6-2 W 4-3 L 5-6 W 3-2 T 1-1 L 0-3 W 4-2 L 4-6 W 4-1 W 3-2 L 3-4 OT W 7-3 W 10-4 W 4-2 W 4-3 W 6-1 W 4-2 W 7-4 L 3-4 OT L 5-6 2 OT

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational @@Canadian Centennial Tournament #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

1971-72

16-17-1

WCHA Record: 11-15-0 (7th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Darwin Mott

(4th Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 12-7-3 (T2nd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Brian Watts 11/14 11/22 11/27 11/28 12/5 12/6 12/19 12/20 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/23 2/27 2/28 3/7 3/8 3/13 3/14 3/20 3/21

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Manitoba@ Minnesota Duluth@ Denver* Denver* New Hampshire@@ Princeton@@ Colgate$ Boston University$ Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Colorado College* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota** Minnesota** Clarkson+ Wisconsin+

W L W W W T L W L W L W W L W L T L W W W T W L L W W L W W W W L L

*WCHA Games @Christmas City Tournament @@Great Lakes Invitational $Syracuse Tournament #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

1970-71

11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 12/6 12/7 12/20 12/21 1/4 1/5 1/8 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/3 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/7 3/8 3/14 3/15

96 Michigan Technological University

1969-70

6-2 1-2 5-4 3-1 6-5 5-5 0-7 5-2 4-9 7-3 2-3 3-2 4-3 2-6 6-3 4-5 2-2 4-6 4-0 8-1 5-4 2-2 6-4 3-5 1-4 9-4 7-2 3-7 6-3 6-3 5-3 6-5 3-4 5-6

OT OT OT

OT OT OT OT OT

OT OT

25-6-2

Wisconsin* Wisconsin* NotreDame* NotreDame* Calgary@ Providence@ Minnesota Duluth@ Michigan State* Michigan State* Denver* Denver* Colgate@@ Michigan@@ Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* U.S. Nationals Michigan*# Michigan*# Lake Superior State Lake Superior State North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota**

*WCHA Games @Christmas City Tournament @@Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Denver* Denver* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota* Minnesota* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Notre Dame@ Michigan State@ Denver* Denver* Colorado College* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan* Michigan* Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Colorado College* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# Michigan* Michigan* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin** Wisconsin**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1972-73

WCHA Record: 18-4-0 (1st Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Rob Murray 11/13 11/14 11/20 11/21 11/25 11/26 11/27 12/4 12/5 12/11 12/12 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/14 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 3/1 3/5 3/6 3/11

11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/26 11/27 12/3 12/4 12/17 12/18 12/28 12/29 1/7 1/8 1/10 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/2 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/3 3/4 3/7 3/8

W 6-2 W 5-2 W 5-1 W 5-4 OT T 6-6 W 5-1 L 1-6 L 6-8 W 4-2 W 7-5 W 4-2 W 11-6 W 7-2 W 8-2 W 6-2 W 6-2 W 6-2 W 4-2 W 5-1 W 3-2 W 5-4 W 5-2 W 7-2 W 7-1 T 5-5 OT W 8-1 W 3-2 L 3-5 L 2-5 L 3-6 W 5-3 W 6-2 L 4-6

W 3-2 L 3-4 L 1-2 L 4-7 W 9-3 L 5-6 OT W 5-1 W 5-3 L 3-6 L 1-6 W 6-3 W 3-2 W 7-4 L 5-6 L 1-7 W 6-5 W 7-3 W 3-0 L 6-8 T 2-2 OT W 9-2 W 6-5 L 3-5 L 3-5 W 8-4 W 8-3 L 4-10 L 3-5 L 2-5 W 7-5 L 5-6 L 3-4 W 5-3 L 1-6

24-13-1

WCHA Record: 16-10-0 (5th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Darwin Mott 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/23 11/24 12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/27 12/28 1/3 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/7 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/11

Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Waterloo Waterloo Michigan* Michigan* Bowling Green Bowling Green Michigan State* Michigan State* Western Ontario Western Ontario Boston University@ Harvard@ Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota* Minnesota* Wisconsin*# Wisconsin*# Colorado College* Denver*+ Denver*+ North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Denver* Denver* Michigan State** Michigan State** Denver** Denver**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival +Denver Coliseum **WCHA Playoff

W W W W W W W W L L W W W L W W L L L W L L W W W W W L L L W W W W W L T L

6-4 5-4 OT 6-2 10-3 6-2 7-2 10-2 6-4 2-6 3-7 8-1 5-1 5-4 2 OT 2-4 12-4 11-5 1-4 2-4 6-7 OT 8-5 1-6 3-4 OT 6-3 7-1 5-3 7-1 6-4 1-4 3-5 6-8 5-3 9-6 3-1 4-3 7-2 1-3 3-3 0-4


1973-74

28-9-3

(2nd Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 20-6-2 (1st Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Jim Nahrgang 10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 12/7 12/8 12/14 12/15 12/27 12/28 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/5 3/6 3/8 3/9 3/15 3/16

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota* ^ North Dakota* ^ Michigan* Michigan* Bowling Green Bowling Green Denver* Denver* Pennsylvania@ Michigan State@ Colorado College* Colorado College* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Denver* Denver* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# Michigan* Michigan* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota* Minnesota* Notre Dame** Notre Dame** Michigan State** Michigan State** Harvard+ Minnesota+

*WCHA Games ^Bismarck, N.D. @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

1974-75

32-10-0

(1st Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 22-10-0 (2nd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Bob Lorimer W 7-1 W 8-3 L 4-8 T 2-2 OT W 10-1 W 4-1 W 7-5 W 8-1 W 7-0 W 8-0 W 6-4 W 6-2 T 3-3 OT L 5-7 W 6-2 L 4-5 W 10-5 W 8-4 W 4-1 W 6-4 L 1-7 W 7-5 W 7-5 W 3-0 W 5-4 W 8-6 L 4-5 OT L 3-4 W 4-1 W 10-0 L 3-6 W 5-3 W 5-2 W 4-1 W 4-2 T 2-2 L 6-8 W 6-2 W 6-5 L 2-4

10/25 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/8 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/6 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/20 12/21 12/27 12/28 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/3 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/13 3/15

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan State* Michigan State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan* Michigan* North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota* Minnesota* Yale@ Michigan@ Michigan* Michigan* North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota Duluth*# Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota* Minnesota* Notre Dame** Notre Dame** Michigan State** Michigan State** Boston University+ Minnesota+

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

1975-76

34-9-0

W 8-4 W 6-2 W 7-4 W 6-3 L 2-4 L 4-5 W 8-7 L 2-4 L 5-7 L 3-4 W 8-2 W 8-3 W 9-2 W 4-3 W 5-3 W 8-2 L 2-4 L 3-6 W 7-3 W 3-2 L 4-5 W 6-0 W 6-4 W 6-1 W 11-5 W 7-0 W 5-2 W 5-4 W 10-3 L 4-7 W 7-3 W 10-1 L 0-4 W 4-2 W 7-0 W 5-4 W 2-0 W 6-3 W 6-4 W 9-4 W 9-5 W 6-1

10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/28 11/29 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/13 12/17 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/6 3/10 3/11 3/14 3/15 3/25 3/27

North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Michigan* Michigan* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Lake Superior State Lake Superior State U.S. Nationals Boston University@ Michigan@ Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan State* Michigan State* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver* Denver* Michigan*# Michigan*# Notre Dame* Notre Dame* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Denver** Denver** Michigan** Michigan** Brown+ Minnesota+

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

1976-77

W 5-2 L 5-8 L 3-6 W 8-3 W 5-1 L 2-4 L 0-4 W 6-3 W 5-3 W 6-5 W 6-1 W 8-4 W 11-1 W 6-4 W 3-1 W 6-2 L 5-6 L 5-10 W 8-2 W 6-0 W 7-6 W 8-7 W 9-6 L 1-5 W 5-4 W 5-2 W 5-2 W 6-4 W 6-4 W 7-6 L 5-9 W 12-2 W 5-2 W 9-3 W 9-6 W 6-5 W 7-5 W 5-4 W 8-6 W 4-2 W 6-5 W 7-6 2 OT L 4-6

Legendary Michigan Tech head coach John MacInnes (far right), along with assistant coaches Glen Weller (center) and Rick Yeo (far left), led the Huskies to their third national championship in 1975. Tech defeated Boston University, 9-5, in the semifinals and cruised to a 6-1 victory over Minnesota in the NCAA title game.

Michigan* Michigan* Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan State* Michigan State* Denver* Denver* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* North Dakota* North Dakota* Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Bowling Green@ Michigan@ North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Denver* Denver* Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College*# Colorado College*# Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Michigan State* Michigan State* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan** Michigan** *WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/28 12/29 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/11 3/14 3/15

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver* Denver* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan State* Michigan State* North Dakota* North Dakota* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Michigan* Michigan* Western Michigan@ Michigan@ Colorado College* Colorado College* Michigan State* Michigan State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver*# Denver*# Notre Dame* Notre Dame* North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota** North Dakota** Wisconsin** Wisconsin**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1978-79 19-18-1

WCHA Record: 15-16-1 (6th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Stu Younger 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/11 12/17 12/18 12/28 12/29 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/29 1/30 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/24 2/25 3/4 3/5 3/11 3/12

1977-78

25-14-1

WCHA Record: 21-11-0 (3rd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Doug Young

(2nd Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 25-7-0 (1st Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: George Lyle

W 4-3 L 3-5 L 2-3 OT L 2-4 L 3-4 W 6-5 OT W 6-3 L 6-8 W 5-3 L 2-6 L 3-6 L 6-7 W 7-2 W 6-3 W 4-3 T 4-4 OT W 7-6 OT W 7-6 W 4-3 OT L 3-6 L 8-9 OT W 3-2 L 7-11 W 6-4 W 6-3 W 7-5 W 5-3 W 6-5 OT L 4-8 L 3-4 L 3-5 W 9-2 L 4-6 W 3-2 L 4-7 W 2-1 OT L 5-6 L 2-5

W 5-2 L 5-7 W 6-5 OT L 4-10 L 4-7 L 2-3 W 4-1 W 6-5 L 5-6 OT W 4-2 W 7-0 L 4-5 L 2-4 W 7-1 W 6-2 W 7-3 W 6-2 W 7-3 W 6-5 W 9-2 W 6-5 W 9-5 W 5-4 OT W 5-3 L 2-10 W 5-4 L 1-2 L 0-3 W 3-2 OT L 3-5 W 8-4 W 7-4 W 4-3 W 2-1 OT L 3-5 W 4-2 T 2-2 W 3-2 OT L 3-4 L 4-7

17-18-3

WCHA Record: 13-16-3 (7th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Dave Joelson 10/20 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 11/24 11/25 12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/6 3/7

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* Michigan State* Michigan State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Boston University@ Ohio State@ Colorado College* Colorado College* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan*# Michigan*# Michigan State* Michigan State* Denver* Denver* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota** Minnesota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

W 5-4 W 8-1 L 3-5 L 1-4 W 4-2 W 4-2 W 10-6 L 4-5 T 5-5 OT W 7-3 T 6-6 OT W 6-5 L 5-6 OT W 6-5 L 3-4 OT L 6-7 W 6-4 W 7-4 L 4-6 W 10-3 W 8-5 L 2-5 W 5-3 L 4-5 W 7-3 L 4-5 W 5-4 OT W 5-0 L 3-4 L 3-5 W 5-0 T 4-4 OT L 2-6 L 3-7 L 3-5 L 5-6 L 3-5 L 1-6

Michigan Technological University 97


1979-80

18-18-2

WCHA Record: 12-14-2 (7th Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Greg Hay 10/19 10/20 10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 12/7 12/8 12/14 12/15 12/28 12/29 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/9 2/10 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/29 3/1 3/7 3/8

Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Wisconsin* Wisconsin* North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Denver* Denver* Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Wisconsin@ Michigan@ Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State* Michigan State* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* North Dakota*# North Dakota*# Michigan* Michigan* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota** Minnesota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

W 11-5 W 6-3 L 5-6 W 6-4 L 3-4 W 5-3 L 4-5 OT W 6-2 L 5-6 OT W 8-4 W 3-2 L 2-6 T 3-3 OT W 9-1 W 4-2 L 3-5 W 7-4 L 4-5 OT W 1-0 W 5-4 3 OT W 6-5 L 2-8 L 3-4 W 6-0 L 5-8 L 5-7 T 3-3 OT W 6-4 L 2-3 L 4-5 OT L 6-7 W 11-5 W 5-1 L 1-3 L 5-7 W 6-3 L 2-7 L 3-6

1980-81

29-14-1

(3rd Place, NCAA) WCHA Record: 17-11-0 (2nd Place, Tie) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Tim Watters 10/18 10/24 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/26 11/27 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/13 12/27 12/28 1/2 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/6 3/7 3/13 3/14 3/20 3/21 3/26 3/28

Minnesota+ Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Michigan* Michigan* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Michigan State* Michigan State* Denver* Denver* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Harvard@ Michigan@ Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Denver* Denver* Michigan State* Michigan State* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Colorado College*# Colorado College*# Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan* Michigan* North Dakota** North Dakota** Michigan** Michigan** Providence+ Providence+ Minnesota+ Northern Michigan+

*WCHA Games +Hall of Fame Game (Eveleth, Minn.) @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +NCAA Playoffs

Right (left to right): Rick Boehm, Al Mickalich, Tim Watters and Mel Pearson showcase the 3rd-place trophy from the 1981 NCAA Tournament in Duluth, Minn. Below (left to right): Greg Hay, John J. MacInnes and Jack A. Tompkins hoist the American Airlines Jack Tompkins Cup after winning the 1979 Great Lakes Invitational in Detroit, Mich.

98 Michigan Technological University

L 4-6 W 8-7 W 9-8 OT W 4-2 L 4-7 W 3-1 T 1-1 OT L 4-5 W 5-3 W 3-2 OT W 5-4 L 2-8 W 4-2 L 4-5 L 0-4 W 7-3 L 3-6 W 9-2 W 3-2 OT L 2-3 L 2-5 L 3-5 W 12-2 L 3-6 W 3-2 OT W 5-0 W 4-1 W 5-3 L 2-6 W 6-2 W 5-0 W 5-3 L 3-8 L 2-4 W 5-3 W 5-4 W 5-2 W 7-4 W 4-1 W 2-1 W 7-1 W 7-3 W 6-5 L 2-7 W 5-2

1981-82

23-14-3

CCHA Record: 16-11-1 (3rd Place) Coach: John MacInnes Captain: Rick Boehm 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 11/21 11/22 12/4 12/5 12/11 12/12 12/16 12/17 12/29 12/30 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/12 3/13

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Michigan* Michigan* Western Michigan* Western Michigan* Bowling Green* Bowling Green* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Lake Superior State* Lake Superior State* Western Michigan* Western Michigan* Michigan State* Michigan State* Ohio State* Ohio State* Michigan State@ Notre Dame@ Miami (Ohio)* Miami (Ohio)* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Ferris State* Ferris State* Notre Dame*# Notre Dame*# Michigan* Michigan* Lake Superior State* Lake Superior State* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Illinois Chicago* Illinois Chicago* Ferris State** Ferris State** Michigan State** Bowling Green**

*CCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **CCHA Playoffs

1982-83

Wisconsin~ Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Ohio State* Ohio State* Western Michigan* Western Michigan* Lake Superior State* Lake Superior State* Michigan* Michigan* Notre Dame* Notre Dame* Michigan State* Michigan State* Bowling Green* Bowling Green* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Ferris State* Ferris State* Notre Dame@ Michigan State@ Miami (Ohio)* Miami (Ohio)* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Illinois Chicago* Illinois Chicago* Lake Superior State* Lake Superior State* Ferris State*# Ferris State*# Michigan State* Michigan State* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Michigan* Michigan* Northern Michigan** Northern Michigan**

*CCHA Games ~Exhibition @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **CCHA Playoffs

19-21-1

CCHA Record: 14-16-0 (T6th Place) Coach: Jim Nahrgang Captain: Bill Terry W 8-2 T 6-6 OT L 2-3 L 0-3 L 2-6 W 6-4 T 5-5 W 8-6 W 6-4 W 6-5 OT L 4-5 W 4-3 W 7-3 W 6-5 L 1-6 W 4-3 W 8-7 W 7-5 W 6-3 L 3-4 W 6-5 OT L 0-5 W 6-2 W 6-4 L 2-4 W 7-5 W 7-1 L 3-5 L 4-5 L 2-3 OT L 4-8 W 6-3 W 5-4 W 7-2 W 8-6 W 10-3 W 7-4 T 3-3 L 2-3 L 1-2

22-17-1

CCHA Record: 20-12-0 (4th Place) Coach: Jim Nahrgang Captain: Bill Terry 10/8 10/15 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/27 11/28 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/11 12/17 12/18 12/28 12/29 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/5

1983-84

L 3-6 L 2-5 L 3-4 L 0-3 L 4-6 W 4-1 W 6-4 W 7-6 OT W 4-3 W 8-6 W 10-6 W 5-4 W 6-4 L 3-6 L 2-3 OT W 6-5 L 4-5 L 2-6 W 3-1 L 3-5 W 4-1 W 9-6 L 3-5 L 3-6 W 13-2 W 4-3 OT L 3-9 L 3-5 W 6-3 W 9-0 L 4-5 OT W 4-2 W 8-0 W 6-3 L 4-5 OT W 5-1 W 4-1 W 5-4 OT L 5-7 L 2-3 T 3-3

10/7 10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/16 12/17 12/29 12/30 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/27 2/28 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/3

Wisconsin Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Saskatchewan Saksatchewan Bowling Green* Bowling Green* Western Michigan* Western Michigan* Michigan* Michigan* Ferris State* Ferris State* Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Michigan State* Michigan State* Lake Superior State* Lake Superior State* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Michigan@ Michigan State@ Illinois Chicago* Illinois Chicago* Miami (Ohio)* Miami (Ohio)* Ohio State* Ohio State* Ferris State* Ferris State* Michigan State*# Michigan State*# Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Michigan* Michigan* Lake Superior State* Lake Superior State* Michigan State** Michigan State**

*CCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **CCHA Playoffs

1984-85

L W W W T L L W W W W W W L W L L L W L L W L L W W L W L L L W W L W W L L L L L

0-3 5-4 6-2 3-2 5-5 OT 5-6 1-5 3-2 8-2 8-2 3-1 7-5 7-1 3-4 OT 4-1 2-7 4-6 2-4 4-1 1-2 3-4 OT 5-4 OT 2-6 1-6 6-4 6-5 4-7 6-5 3-6 4-7 2-5 6-4 3-1 5-8 4-3 OT 5-4 6-7 OT 1-2 3-6 3-5 1-3

15-24-1

WCHA Record: 13-20-1 (8th Place) Coach: Jim Nahrgang Captain: Dave Reierson 10/12 10/13 10/19 10/20 10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 12/7 12/8 12/13 12/14 12/28 12/29 1/5 1/6 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/2

Northeastern* Northeastern* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Maine* Maine* Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Denver* Denver* UMass Lowell* Lowell* Boston College* Boston College* New Hampshire* New Hampshire* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Michigan@ Michigan State@ Providence* Providence* Boston University* Boston University*+ Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota*# Minnesota*# Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota Duluth** Minnesota Duluth**

*WCHA/Hockey East Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs +Forfeit

W 6-1 L 2-3 W 5-4 OT W 5-4 W 5-4 OT L 3-6 L 2-3 OT W 10-2 W 8-4 L 2-4 W 8-1 W 6-3 L 1-2 W 3-2 L 2-4 L 2-6 L 2-8 L 3-5 L 3-6 W 5-4 W 4-3 L 0-7 T 3-3 OT W 8-3 L 5-6 L 0-1 W 3-2 W 8-6 L 0-8 L 2-4 L 1-4 W 7-5 L 4-9 L 4-7 L 5-7 L 3-4 L 3-4 L 3-7 L 2-3 L 2-5


1985-86

10-26-4

WCHA Record: 9-22-3 (8th Place) Coach: Herb Boxer Captain: Dave Reierson 10/11 10/12 10/18 10/19 10/25 10/26 10/27 11/1 11/2 11/8 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/6 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/27 12/29 1/3 1/4 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1+2

Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Team Canada& Colorado College* Colorado College* Boston University* Boston University* Denver* Denver* UMass Lowell* UMass Lowell* Providence* Providence* Maine* Maine* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Michigan State@ Michigan@ Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* New Hampshire* New Hampshire* Northeastern* Northeastern* Boston College* Boston College* Colorado College*# Colorado College*# Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Denver* Denver* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver** Denver**

*WCHA/Hockey East Games &Exhibition Game @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1986-87

1987-88

20-20-1

WCHA Record: 19-15-1 (4th Place) Coach: Herb Boxer Captain: Tom Bissett T 2-2 OT L 2-10 L 0-3 L 2-7 L 1-8 W 3-2 L 1-6 L 1-6 L 3-7 W 7-6 OT L 3-5 L 0-4 L 3-5 L 3-4 OT T 3-3 OT L 6-7 T 5-5 OT T 4-4 OT L 3-6 L 5-6 OT L 1-8 L 1-2 OT L 4-6 L 2-7 L 4-5 W 6-2 W 3-2 OT W 7-2 L 4-5 L 3-6 L 3-5 W 5-3 L 2-3 OT L 2-6 W 5-3 L 5-6 W 5-3 L 5-7 W 4-3 OT W 4-3 L 2-6

11-28-1

10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/11 11/14 11/21 11/27 11/28 12/4 12/5 12/11 12/12 12/18 12/19 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/8 1/9 1/14 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/13

North Dakota* North Dakota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver* Denver* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Northern Michigan* Boston College* Northern Michigan* UMass Lowell* Maine* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State@ Michigan@ Lake Superior State% New Hampshire* Boston University* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan Providence* Northeastern* Denver* Denver* Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota Duluth*# Colorado College*

L 3-4 OT L 2-5 W 6-1 W 8-6 L 0-4 L 2-9 L 6-8 W 4-3 L 2-6 L 5-7 W 4-3 OT W 8-7 T 4-4 OT W 7-5 W 7-4 L 1-4 L 2-4 W 4-3 W 5-4 OT L 2-8 W 11-3 L 2-5 L 3-7 L 6-10 L 5-6 OT W 9-6 W 4-2 W 7-2 W 6-4 L 5-7 W 6-4 L 2-5 W 8-4 W 5-3 W 7-3

2/14 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 2/28

Colorado College* Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota** North Dakota** North Dakota**

W L L L W L

*WCHA/Hockey East Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs %at Green Bay, Wis.

5-3 0-3 3-4 4-5 6-4 3-4 OT

Denver* Denver* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* North Dakota* North Dakota* Boston University* Boston College* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan State Colorado College* Colorado College* Providence* Northeastern* Minnesota* Minnesota* Michigan@ Michigan State@ New Hampshire* Maine* UMass Lowell* Colorado College* Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Denver*# Denver*# Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota** Minnesota**

*WCHA/Hockey East Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

L 3-8 L 3-4 W 6-3 L 2-5 T 2-2 OT L 3-5 L 3-4 OT L 1-6 W 8-5 L 2-4 L 4-7 L 2-9 L 1-4 L 5-7 L 0-9 L 1-10 W 3-2 OT L 1-4 W 6-3 L 0-7 L 3-6 L 3-4 OT L 0-9 L 2-5 L 3-9 L 4-6 W 7-4 W 7-6 OT L 2-11 L 2-11 L 1-5 W 4-3 W 6-1 W 7-6 OT L 3-4 L 2-3 W 3-1 W 6-2 L 4-9 L 5-8

Tom Bissett racked up 159 points in his four-year career (1985-89), including 65 goals and 94 assists. The centerman is tied for 11th alltime on the Huskies’ scoring chart.

15-25-2

1990-91

13-25-3

WCHA Record: 15-19-1 (6th Place) Coach: Herb Boxer Captain: Tom Bissett

WCHA Record: 9-21-2 (7th Place) Coach: Newell Brown Captain: Rob Tustian

10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 11/22 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/16 12/18 12/22 12/23 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25

10/6 Minnesota Duluth% T 2-2 10/12 Wisconsin* L 1-6 10/13 Wisconsin* L 0-4 10/19 Minnesota Duluth* L 4-6 10/20 Minnesota Duluth* T 2-2 OT 10/25 Laurentian W 5-2 11/2 North Dakota* L 2-4 11/3 North Dakota* W 6-2 11/9 Alaska Fairbanks W 6-2 11/10 Alaska Fairbanks W 5-3 11/16 St. Cloud State* W 5-3 11/17 St. Cloud State* W 6-5 11/23 Minnesota* L 2-7 11/24 Minnesota* L 0-2 11/30 Northern Michigan* L 3-6 12/1 Northern Michigan* L 3-4 12/7 Colorado College* L 5-6 12/8 Colorado College* W 6-0 12/14 Western Michigan T 4-4 OT 12/15 Western Michigan L 2-4 12/21 Denver* L 4-5 12/22 Denver* W 5-3 12/28 Michigan@ L 1-2 12/29 Michigan State@ W 3-2 1/4 North Dakota* T 3-3 OT 1/5 North Dakota* L 2-5 1/11 Wisconsin* L 1-3 1/12 Wisconsin* L 2-3 1/18 Minnesota* W 5-2 1/19 Minnesota* L 2-6 1/25 Minnesota Duluth* L 2-7 1/26 Minnesota Duluth* L 3-6 2/1 Denver*# W 10-3 2/2 Denver*# W 6-1 2/8 St. Cloud State* L 2-5 2/9 St. Cloud State* W 7-4 2/15 Northern Michigan* L 1-4 2/16 Northern Michigan* L 2-6 2/22 Colorado College* L 1-6 2/23 Colorado College* L 2-5 3/1 Minnesota** L 3-5 3/2 Minnesota** L 5-6 %U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame Game    (Eveleth, Minn.) *WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

Colorado College* W 9-5 Colorado College* L 2-3 OT Minnesota Duluth* W 6-3 Minnesota Duluth* W 4-3 OT Northern Michigan* L 2-6 Northern Michigan* W 6-4 Wisconsin* L 1-4 Wisconsin* L 3-7 UMass Lowell* W 6-4 Maine* W 4-3 OT North Dakota* L 1-2 North Dakota* L 2-10 Boston College* L 1-4 New Hampshire* W 6-2 Boston University* L 4-6 Denver* W 3-1 Denver* L 3-5 Wisconsin* W 4-3 Wisconsin* W 6-5 Alaska Anchorage## L 1-5 Minnesota## T 2-2 $ Minnesota* L 4-3 Minnesota* L 2-5 Michigan@ L 3-7 Michigan State@ L 1-7 Lake Superior State L 2-7 Northern Michigan* W 6-5 OT Northern Michigan* L 2-4 North Dakota* L 1-5 North Dakota* W 6-4 Colorado College* L 3-4 OT Colorado College* W 5-2 Northeastern* W 8-4 Providence* L 3-5 Minnesota*# L 3-7 Minnesota*# L 3-6 Denver* L 2-6 Denver* L 2-4 Minnesota Duluth* T 3-3 OT Minnesota Duluth* L 2-3 OT Wisconsin** L 2-5 Wisconsin** L 3-5 *WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ##Nissan-Jeep Classic (Anchorage, Alaska) $No Overtime, MTU won shootout **WCHA Playoffs

1989-90

WCHA Record: 11-23-1 (t7th Place) Coach: Herb Boxer Captains: Randy Oswald, Don Porter 10/10 10/11 10/17 10/18 10/24 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 11/26 11/28 11/29 12/5 12/6 12/13 12/14 12/27 12/28 1/3 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/10 2/11 2/20 2/21 2/28 3/1

1988-89

10-30-0

1991-92

WCHA Record: 6-22-0 (8th Place) Coach: Herb Boxer Captain: Jeff St. Cyr

WCHA Record: 14-17-1 (6th Place) Coach: Newell Brown Captain: Geoff Sarjeant

10/13 10/14 10/20 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/18 11/19 11/24 11/25 12/1 12/2 12/9 12/10 12/16 12/17 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/3 2/4 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/4 3/5

10/18 10/19 11/1 11/2 11/8 11/9 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/6 12/7 12/13 12/14 12/27 12/28 1/3 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/28 2/29 3/7 3/8 3/13 3/14

St. Cloud State L 2-4 St. Cloud State L 2-4 Wisconsin* L 5-6 Wisconsin* L 2-8 Northern Michigan* L 3-8 OT Northern Michigan* W 5-4 OT North Dakota* L 4-7 North Dakota* W 5-3 Denver* L 6-8 Denver* L 2-3 Minnesota Duluth* L 2-4 Minnesota Duluth* L 4-9 Illinois Chicago% L 3-6 Illinois Chicago% W 4-1 Colorado College* L 2-5 Colorado College* W 7-2 Minnesota* L 5-7 Minnesota* L 3-10 Western Michigan W 8-5 Western Michigan W 5-2 Michigan State@ L 2-3 Northern Michigan@ W 5-1 Colorado College* L 2-4 Colorado College* L 1-3 Minnesota Duluth* W 5-4 OT Minnesota Duluth* W 8-4 St. Cloud State L 2-8 St. Cloud State L 0-5 Northern Michigan* L 7-10 Northern Michigan* L 2-3 OT Wisconsin*# L 4-5 Wisconsin*# L 2-7 Denver* L 7-15 Denver* L 3-6 North Dakota* L 2-9 North Dakota* L 3-7 Minnesota* L 3-4 OT Minnesota* W 8-3 Wisconsin** L 2-5 Wisconsin** L 3-4 OT *WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival, **WCHA Playoffs %at Green Bay, Wis.

16-22-1

Wisconsin* L 2-5 Wisconsin* W 5-1 Northern Michigan* W 3-2 Northern Michigan* T 4-4 Wisconsin* L 2-3 Wisconsin* L 3-4 Colorado College* W 3-2 Colorado College* W 4-3 North Dakota* L 1-6 North Dakota* L 2-5 St. Cloud State* L 2-3 St. Cloud State* W 4-3 Minnesota Duluth* L 3-4 Minnesota Duluth* W 6-2 Denver* W 7-6 Denver* L 2-4 Michigan State@ W 6-5 Michigan@ L 1-7 Minnesota* L 2-5 Minnesota* L 1-6 Laurentian W 10-2 St. Cloud State* W 3-0 St. Cloud State* W 4-1 Minnesota* L 2-9 Minnesota* L 3-6 Denver* L 3-6 Denver* W 4-3 North Dakota*# W 6-3 North Dakota*# W 9-6 Colorado College*+ W 5-4 Colorado College*+ L 5-9 Northern Michigan* L 3-4 Northern Michigan* L 3-7 Alaska Anchorage L 4-6 Alaska Anchorage L 3-5 Minnesota Duluth* L 3-7 Minnesota Duluth* W 5-4 Northern Michigan** L 1-9 Northern Michigan** L 2-6 *WCHA Game **WCHA Playoffs @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival +at U.S. Air Force Academy

OT OT OT OT

OT

Michigan Technological University 99


1992-93

17-15-5

WCHA Record: 15-12-5 (4th Place) Coach: Bob Mancini Captain: Jeff Hill 10/23 Colorado College* W 4-2 10/24 Colorado College* W 6-1 10/30 North Dakota* W 6-5 10/31 North Dakota* L 2-5 11/6 Wisconsin* L 5-6 OT 11/7 Wisconsin* W 8-1 11/13 Northern Michigan* L 3-4 11/14 Northern Michigan* W 4-3 11/20 Minnesota Duluth* L 4-6 11/21 Minnesota Duluth* L 1-6 11/27 Minnesota* L 4-5 11/28 Minnesota* L 2-3 12/4 Minnesota Duluth* L 4-5 OT 12/5 Minnesota Duluth* T 5-5 OT 12/11 St. Cloud State* T 1-1 OT 12/12 St. Cloud State* L 2-6 12/18 Denver* W 7-3 12/19 Denver* W 3-2 12/26 Michigan@ L 2-4 12/27 Michigan State@ L 3-4 1/8 Colorado College* W 8-7 1/9 Colorado College* W 5-2 1/22 St. Cloud State* W 5-1 1/23 St. Cloud State* L 4-7 1/29 Minnesota*# T 3-3 OT 1/30 Minnesota*# W 10-2 2/12 Denver* W 5-2 2/13 Denver T 4-4 OT 2/19 Northern Michigan* L 2-3 2/20 Northern Michigan* W 4-3 2/26 North Dakota* L 1-5 2/27 North Dakota* W 4-1 3/6 Wisconsin* W 5-4 3/7 Wisconsin* T 3-3 OT 3/12 St. Cloud State** W 3-1 3/13 St. Cloud State** W 6-5 3/18 Northern Michigan& L 3-4 *WCHA Games, @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ,**WCHA Playoffs, &WCHA Final Five

1993-94

13-27-5

WCHA Record: 8-19-5 (10th Place) Coach: Bob Mancini Captain: Jeff Hill 10/15 Minnesota% W 5-4 10/22 St. Cloud State* W 6-1 10/23 St. Cloud State* W 3-2 10/29 Northern Michigan* L 3-7 10/30 Northern Michigan* W 6-3 11/5 Colorado College* T 3-3 OT 11/6 Colorado College* T 1-1 OT 11/12 Wisconsin* W 4-0 11/13 Wisconsin* L 3-5 11/19 Alaska Anchorage* T 4-4 OT 11/20 Alaska Anchorage* L 1-5 11/25 Notre Dame$ L 4-5 11/26 Lake Superior State$ L 3-4 11/27 Alaska Fairbanks$ L 3-4 12/3 North Dakota* L 3-5 12/4 North Dakota* L 3-4 12/10 Denver* L 3-5 12/11 Denver* T 4-4 OT 12/15 Lake Superior State L 2-8 12/17 Lake Superior State W 5-2 12/29 Michigan State@ L 2-3 OT 12/30 Notre Dame@ W 8-6 1/7 Minnesota Duluth* L 3-5 1/8 Minnesota Duluth* W 3-0 1/14 Minnesota* L 1-3 1/15 Minnesota* L 1-2 1/21 Alaska Anchorage* T 2-2 OT 1/22 Alaska Anchorage* L 1-4 1/28 Colorado College*# L 2-4 1/29 Colorado College*# L 2-4 2/4 Wisconsin* L 0-5 2/5 Wisconsin* L 2-5 2/11 Denver* W 7-1 2/12 Denver* W 6-2 2/18 North Dakota* L 3-4 2/19 North Dakota* L 2-3 2/26 St. Cloud State* L 1-2 OT 2/27 St. Cloud State* L 3-4 3/4 Northern Michigan* W 5-3 3/5 Northern Michigan* L 2-3 3/11 Colorado College** W 3-2 3/12 Colorado College** L 0-3 3/13 Colorado College** W 3-2 OT 3/17 Northern Michigan& W 5-1 3/18 Minnesota& L 1-6 3/19 Wisconsin& L 3-8 %U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame Game    (Minneapolis, Minn.) *WCHA Games, @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival, **WCHA Playoffs &WCHA Final Five (Milwaukee, Wis.) $Great Alaska Faceoff (Fairbanks, Alaska)

1994-95

15-20-4

1994-95

WCHA Record: 12-17-3 (8th Place) Coach: Bob Mancini Captain: Brent Peterson 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/19 11/20 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/29 12/30 1/6 1/7 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/27 1/28 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/5 3/10 3/11

Laurentian Ferris State Lake Superior State Denver* Denver* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Colorado College* Colorado College* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Michigan@ Cornell@ North Dakota* North Dakota* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Denver* Denver* Minnesota*# Minnesota*# Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Colorado College* Colorado College* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver** Denver**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1995-96

15-20-4 W 8-3 W 4-3 T 2-2 OT W 4-2 L 2-4 W 3-1 W 6-2 L 6-7 L 1-4 W 3-2 OT L 2-6 T 1-1 OT W 5-3 L 1-3 L 3-9 W 3-2 L 2-4 L 0-13 W 7-3 L 3-7 W 6-5 W 5-3 W 4-0 T 3-3 OT L 4-7 W 7-6 OT L 2-5 T 3-3 OT L 1-8 W 5-4 L 4-7 W 5-3 L 3-8 L 3-4 L 3-4 L 1-7 L 5-7 L 4-5 OT L 2-5

18-18-6

WCHA Record: 12-14-6 (7th Place) Coach: Bob Mancini Captains: Pat Mikesch, Jason Wright 10/7 Laurentian 10/13 Minnesota* 10/14 Minnesota* 10/20 Ferris State 10/21 Lake Superior State 10/27 Minnesota Duluth* 10/28 Minnesota Duluth* 11/3 Alaska Anchorage* 11/4 Alaska Anchorage* 11/10 Colorado College* 11/11 Colorado College* 11/17 Denver* 11/18 Denver* 11/24 Alaska Anchorage* 11/25 Alaska Anchorage* 12/1 Wisconsin* 12/2 Wisconsin* 12/9 St. Cloud State* 12/10 St. Cloud State* 12/15 Minnesota Duluth* 12/16 Minnesota Duluth* 12/29 Michigan State@ 12/30 Northern Michigan@ 1/12 Northern Michigan* 1/13 Northern Michigan* 1/20 Colorado College* 1/21 Colorado College* 1/26 Wisconsin* 1/27 Wisconsin* 2/2 St. Cloud State*# 2/3 St. Cloud State*# 2/9 Northern Michigan* 2/10 Northern Michigan* 2/16 Denver* 2/17 Denver* 2/24 North Dakota* 2/25 North Dakota* 3/1 Minnesota Duluth** 3/2 Minnesota Duluth** 3/7 St. Cloud State& 3/8 Colorado College& 3/9 Minnesota& *WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs &WCHA Final Five (Milwaukee, Wis.)

1996-97

100 Michigan Technological University

W L W L L L L W L T T L T W W L W L L W W L W L W L L W T T L W L T W W L W W W W L

7-2 2-4 5-2 3-4 OT 0-7 5-6 OT 2-4 3-1 0-7 2-2 OT 3-3 OT 1-4 3-3 OT 4-3 4-2 2-6 4-2 2-3 1-3 4-2 2-1 OT 2-3 OT 4-2 3-4 4-2 1-8 3-4 8-2 6-6 OT 4-4 OT 5-7 6-2 1-6 3-3 OT 6-4 7-3 2-5 5-4 OT 4-3 4-3 OT 4-3 2-7

8-27-4

1996-97

8-27-4

WCHA Record: 5-23-4 (10th Place) Coach: Tim Watters Captain: Jason Prokopetz 10/4 10/11 10/12 10/18 10/19 10/25 10/26 11/1 11/2 11/16 11/17 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/6 12/7 12/27 12/28 1/3 1/4 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/7 3/8

Laurentian Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* Mankato State Mankato State North Dakota* North Dakota* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver* Denver* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Michigan@ Michigan State@ Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota Duluth*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Northern Michigan* Northern Michigan* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* North Dakota** North Dakota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

1997-98

Laurentian Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Denver*^ Denver*^ Colorado College* Colorado College* St. Cloud State St. Cloud State* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Denver* Denver* Nebraska Omaha Nebraska Omaha Michigan State@ St. Lawrence@ Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota*# Minnesota*# Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Mankato State Mankato State Colorado College* Colorado College* St. Cloud State** St. Cloud State** St. Cloud State**

*WCHA Games ^McNichols Arena @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

9-28-1

WCHA Record: 9-19-0 (8th Place) Coach: Tim Watters Captain: A.J. Aitken W L W W W L L W L L L L L T L L L L L L L T L L T L L W T L L W W L L L L L L

3-2 2-3 5-2 6-3 3-0 3-7 3-4 3-1 2-3 0-3 0-3 2-3 0-7 3-3 1-5 2-3 2-4 1-6 3-4 3-4 1-5 4-4 2-4 3-5 4-4 2-5 4-8 2-1 3-3 2-4 2-7 4-3 5-3 3-4 3-5 3-5 3-8 1-4 0-3

OT OT

OT OT OT OT OT

17-20-3

WCHA Record: 10-17-1 (7th Place) Coach: Tim Watters Captain: Jason Prokopetz 10/7 10/17 10/18 10/26 10/27 11/1 11/2 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/28 11/29 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/13 12/19 12/20 12/27 12/28 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/6 3/7 3/13 3/14 3/15

1998-99

W T W W L L L L L L L W L W T W W W W L W W L L L W W L L L L W W W T L L L W L

9-3 4-4 OT 8-2 5-4 OT 2-5 3-6 2-3 2-3 2-4 2-7 3-4 OT 5-4 0-1 3-2 3-3 OT 3-2 4-3 2-1 6-1 1-3 6-5 3-0 3-5 2-6 3-6 5-3 5-3 2-6 5-7 0-6 3-4 OT 4-2 4-3 4-2 4-4 OT 1-9 0-5 4-6 3-2 2-6

10/9 10/10 10/16 10/17 10/23 10/24 10/30 10/31 11/6 11/7 11/13 11/14 12/4 12/5 12/11 12/12 12/26 12/27 1/8 1/9 1/15 1/16 1/22 1/23 1/29 1/30 2/5 2/6 2/12 2/13 2/19 2/20 2/26 2/27 3/6 3/7 3/12 3/13

Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Michigan@ Northern Michigan@ Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota*# North Dakota*# Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Nebraska Omaha Nebraska Omaha Denver*^ Denver*^ Denver**+ Denver**+

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ^World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colo. +Denver Coliseum, Denver, Colo. **WCHA Playoffs

1999-2000

L L W L L L L L L W W W L L L T L L L W W W L L L L L L W L L W L L L L L L

2-8 0-3 2-1 2-3 1-3 2-5 2-5 2-5 2-3 2-1 3-1 3-2 2-5 2-6 4-5 1-1 OT 1-4 1-8 1-2 4-3 OT 4-2 4-2 2-3 1-3 2-4 2-4 3-9 1-3 5-4 OT 4-6 2-4 4-3 4-6 3-5 1-3 2-4 1-2 2-4

4-34-0

WCHA Record: 2-26-0 (10th Place) Coach: Tim Watters Captain: Devin Hartnell 10/8 10/9 10/15 10/16 10/29 10/30 11/5 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/26 11/27 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/11 12/29 12/30 1/7 1/8 1/14 1/15 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/11

Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Denver* Denver* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Colorado College* Colorado College* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Lake Superior State Lake Superior State Michigan State@ Lake Superior State@ Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin*# Wisconsin*# Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver* Denver* Wisconsin** Wisconsin**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

L 0-9 L 0-3 L 2-7 L 3-5 L 0-7 L 5-6 OT L 0-3 L 2-3 L 1-9 L 3-6 L 2-4 L 2-4 L 2-3 W 3-0 L 2-6 L 0-3 W 4-2 L 1-2 L 3-6 W 5-4 L 1-5 L 2-5 L 2-4 L 0-4 W 3-1 L 4-5 L 0-5 L 1-11 L 3-5 L 0-3 L 2-4 L 1-3 L 2-9 L 1-4 L 1-6 L 1-4 L 0-4 L 4-9


2000-01

8-24-4

WCHA Record: 6-19-3 (8th Place) Coach: Tim Watters/Mike Sertich Captains: Adrian Fure, Matt Ulwelling 10/6 10/13 10/14 10/20 10/21 10/27 10/28 11/3 11/4 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 12/1 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/6 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 2/2 2/3 2/9 2/10 2/16 2/17 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/3 3/9 3/10

Northern Michigan Wisconsin* Wisconsin* North Dakota* North Dakota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Denver* Denver* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Michigan@ Michigan State@ Northern Michigan York (exhibition) St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota State Mankato* Minnesota State Mankato* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota** Minnesota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

2001-02

St. Lawrence St. Lawrence St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver* Denver* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Wayne State Wayne State Colorado College* Colorado College* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Michigan State@ Michigan@ Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Denver* Denver* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* St. Cloud State*# St. Cloud State*# North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver** Denver**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

10-24-4

WCHA Record: 7-18-3 (9th Place) Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Brett Engelhardt T L L W L L L L L W L W L L L L L W L W W L L W T L L W T W L T L L L L L

3-3 OT 0-5 2-4 5-4 2-5 1-3 2-3 1-2 1-5 5-4 OT 3-5 5-2 1-4 3-4 OT 3-4 1-4 2-5 7-3 2-3 OT 4-2 7-2 2-5 1-4 6-4 4-4 OT 3-8 1-5 3-2 1-1 OT 4-2 4-5 2-2 OT 1-3 3-5 0-1 2-7 1-3

8-28-2

WCHA Record: 4-22-2 (10th Place) Coach: Mike Sertich Captains: Jaron Doetzel, Brad Patterson, Greg Amadio, Tim Laurila, Brett Engelhardt 10/12 10/13 10/19 10/20 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/23 11/24 11/30 12/1 12/14 12/15 12/28 12/29 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/18 1/19 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/8 3/9

2002-03

W 3-2 W 4-1 L 2-7 L 3-7 L 3-7 T 5-5 OT L 2-9 L 1-3 W 1-0 L 0-5 L 2-4 W 4-3 T 2-2 OT L 1-3 W 5-3 L 1-6 L 1-4 L 4-7 L 1-8 L 2-3 L 1-3 L 4-7 W 4-1 W 5-3 L 1-5 L 3-5 L 2-3 L 4-6 L 3-4 L 2-3 L 2-12 L 3-4 W 5-4 L 3-5 L 0-2 L 1-8 L 1-5 L 1-8

Northern Michigan St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Denver* Denver* Minnesota* Minnesota* Wayne State Wayne State Northern Michigan Michigan@ Michigan State@ Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Colorado College* Colorado College* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth*# Minnesota Duluth*# Denver* Denver* Wisconsin* Wisconsin*^ Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota** Minnesota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ^at Resch Center (Green Bay, Wis.) **WCHA Playoffs

L W T L T L L T L L L L W W L L W W L L T L W W W L L W L L L L L L W L L L

2003-04

1-4 7-1 4-4 OT 4-5 3-3 OT 1-5 0-9 3-3 OT 2-5 2-4 1-2 2-4 7-4 3-2 3-5 2-6 4-0 4-3 OT 2-4 4-5 OT 3-3 OT 1-3 4-2 3-1 4-3 OT 2-4 0-8 5-2 1-5 3-5 2-7 3-4 2-3 5-9 6-3 3-6 1-3 2-5

8-25-5

WCHA Record: 6-19-3 (10th Place) Coach: Jamie Russell Captain: Brett Engelhardt Northern Michigan Northern Michigan St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Vermont Vermont Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Minnesota* Minnesota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Michigan State@ Michigan@ Wisconsin* Wisconsin* North Dakota* North Dakota* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Colorado College* Colorado College* St. Cloud State*# St. Cloud State*# Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Denver* Denver* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* North Dakota* North Dakota* North Dakota** North Dakota**

*WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

8-25-4

WCHA Record: 7-19-2 (10th Place) Coach: Jamie Russell Captain: Colin Murphy

10/5 10/18 10/19 10/25 10/26 11/1 11/3 11/15 11/16 11/22 11/23 11/29 11/30 12/13 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/4 1/10 1/11 1/17 1/18 1/24 1/25 1/31 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/14 2/15 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/7 3/8 3/14 3/15

10/17 10/18 10/24 10/25 10/31 11/1 11/7 11/8 11/14 11/15 11/21 11/22 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/13 12/27 12/28 1/9 1/10 1/16 1/17 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/13 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/5 3/6 3/12 3/13

2004-05

L W T L W T L L T L L L W L T L L L L W L L L L L W L L W W T L W L L L L L

3-4 OT 7-6 OT 3-3 OT 5-6 7-3 2-2 OT 4-9 2-5 0-0 OT 3-6 2-6 0-3 6-5 0-4 3-3 OT 0-2 2-7 2-6 2-4 3-2 4-8 0-4 1-3 3-8 0-6 5-3 1-4 1-3 3-2 9-4 1-1 OT 0-3 4-3 2-3 1-5 1-5 2-6 3-4 OT

2006-07

18-17-5

WCHA Record: 11-12-5 (6th Place) Coach: Jamie Russell Captain: Mike Batovanja

10/15 10/16 10/22 10/23 10/29 10/30 11/4 11/6 11/12 11/13 11/19 11/20 11/26 11/27 12/3 12/4 12/29 12/30 1/7 1/8 1/18 1/21 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/4 2/5 2/11 2/12 2/17 2/19 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/5 3/11 3/12

Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Colorado College* Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Denver* Denver* Michigan@ New Hampshire@ Denver* Denver* Notre Dame^ Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota State*# Minnesota State*# Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Minnesota* Minnesota* Denver** Denver**

L L L L W L T L L L L L L L L L L L W L W W W L L W W T W T L T L L L L L

* WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ^at Resch Center (Green Bay, Wis.) **WCHA Playoffs

2005-06

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

7-25-6

10/13 10/14 10/20 10/ 21 10/27 10/28 11/03 11/04 11/10 11/11 11/17 11/18 12/01 12/02 12/08 12/09 12/15 12/16 12/29 12/30 1/05 1/06 1/12 1/13 1/19 1/20 1/26 1/27 2/02 2/03 2/09 2/10 2/23 2/24 3/02 3/03 3/09 3/10 3/11 3/15

Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Vermont Vermont Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Denver* Denver* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota* Minnesota* North Dakota* North Dakota* Michigan@ Harvard@ Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Bemidji State Bemidji State Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Colorado College* Colorado College* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Denver*# Denver*# Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota* Minnesota* Colorado College** Colorado College** Colorado College** Wisconsin**

10/7 10/8 10/14 10/15 10/21 10/22 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/11 11/12 11/18 11/19 12/2 12/3 12/9 12/10 12/16 12/17 12/29 12/30 1/13 1/14 1/20 1/21 2/3 2/4 2/10 2/11 2/17 2/18 2/24 2/25 3/3 3/4 3/10 3/11

Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Vermont## RPI## Northern Michigan Northern Michigan MInnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Denver* Denver* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Colorado College* Colorado College* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Michigan State@ Michigan@ Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* Minnesota*# Minnesota*# Wisconsin* Wisconsin* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin** Wisconsin**

W L L L L L L T L L W L L L L L W L L W L L W W T T L W L T L T L T L L L L

4-3 2-5 3-4 3-4 OT 1-5 1-2 3-6 2-2 OT 2-5 3-4 3-2 OT 0-7 0-5 0-3 1-6 2-8 4-2 0-7 4-5 3-2 2-3 OT 3-5 4-2 3-1 2-2 OT 2-2 OT 0-4 3-2 4-7 2-2 OT 0-5 4-4 OT 1-6 2-2 OT 0-4 0-6 1-4 0-1

* WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ##Nye Frontier Classic (Anchorage, Alaska) **WCHA Playoffs

2-1 0-1 4-3 OT 2-1 9-0 5-3 1-4 1-2 0-0 OT 4-1 0-1 3-3 OT 1-4 2-3 OT 1-4 2-5 3-1 3-2 1-4 2-3 1-2 OT 3-5 4-1 3-2 2-3 4-1 2-2 OT 1-0 2-2 OT 1-2 OT 2-1 4-4 OT 2-0 4-2 1-3 5-4 2-1 OT 0-2 1-0 0-4

* WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival **WCHA Playoffs

2007-08

WCHA Record: 6-16-6 (8th Place) Coach: Jamie Russell Captain: Brandon Schwartz

W L W W W W L L T W L T L L L L W W L L L L W W L W T W T L W T W W L W W L W L

14-20-5

WCHA Record: 9-15-4 (9th Place) Coach: Jamie Russell Captain: Jimmy Kerr 10/13 10/14 10/19 10/20 10/26 10/27 11/2 11/3 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/17 11/30 12/1 12/14 12/15 12/28 12/29 1/4 1/5 1/11 1/12 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/2 2/8 2/9 2/15 2/16 2/22 2/23 2/29 3/1 3/7 3/8 3/14 3/15 3/16

Northern Michigan## Lake Superior State## Minnesota State* Minnesota State* North Dakota* North Dakota* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota* Minnesota* Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Michigan State@ Michigan@ Mercyhurst Mercyhurst North Dakota* North Dakota* Colorado College* Colorado College* Alaska Anchorage* Alaska Anchorage* Wisconsin* Wisconsin* Minnesota Duluth* Minnesota Duluth* St. Cloud State* St. Cloud State* Denver* Denver* Minnesota State* Minnesota State* North Dakota** North Dakota** North Dakota**

L W W W W L W L L L T L W L T L W L W W L L T W L T T L W L L L L W L W L W L

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

* WCHA Games @Great Lakes Invitational #Winter Carnival ##Superior Showcase **WCHA Playoffs

Michigan Technological University 101


Alaska-Anchorage Overall - 23-22-8 Home - 13-7-4 Away - 10-15-4 Neutral - 0-0-0

Date 12-16-88 2-28-92 2-29-92 11-19-93 11-20-93 1-21-94 1-22-94 12-9-94 12-10-94 2-10-95 2-11-95 11-3-95 11-4-95 11-24-95 11-25-95 11-1-96 11-2-96 2-14-97 2-15-97 12-5-97 12-6-97 1-9-97 1-10-97 11-6-98 11-7-98 1-8-99 1-9-99 11-5-99 11-6-99 1-7-00 1-8-00 1-19-01 1-20-01 1-4-02 1-5-02 1-3-03 1-4-03 1-24-03 1-25-03 2-13-04 2-14-04 10-29-04 10-30-04 2-25-05 2-26-05 1-20-06 1-21-06 10-27-06 10-28-06 1-19-07 1-20-07 2-1-08 2-2-08

H-A A A A H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H H H A A H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H H H A A A A

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Bemidji State

Overall - 2-0-0 Home - 2-0-0 Away - 0-0-0 Neutral - 0-0-0

Date 1-12-06 1-13-06

H-A H H

W-L-T W W

Score 1-5 4-6 3-5 4-4 OT 1-5 2-2 1-4 3-2 2-4 5-4 4-7 3-1 0-7 4-3 4-2 3-1 2-3 4-3 OT 5-3 3-2 3-3 OT 3-0 3-5 2-3 2-1 1-2 4-3 OT 0-3 2-3 1-5 2-5 6-4 4-4 OT 1-8 2-3 4-0 4-3 OT 4-2 3-1 3-2 9-4 5-1 4-5 2-2 OT 0-1 2-2 OT 2-2 OT 9-0 5-3 2-3 4-1 0-4 2-2 OT

Score 4-1 3-2

Colorado College

Overall - 68-86-10 Home - 37-29-7 Away - 29-56-3 Neutral - 2-1-0

Date 1-17-47 1-18-47 1-31-47 2-1-47 12-26-47 12-27-47 2-23-48 2-24-48 1-5-51 1-6-51 2-1-52 2-2-52 2-13-53 2-14-53 1-8-54 1-9-54 2-25-55 2-26-55 12-22-55 12-23-55 3-1-57 3-2-57 12-26-57 12-28-57 2-13-59 2-14-59 1-1-60 1-2-60 12-29-60 12-30-60 2-13-61 2-14-61 12-29-61 12-30-61 3-1-63 3-2-63 3-4-64 3-7-64 2-5-65 2-6-65 1-25-67 2-20-67 1-6-68 2-24-68 3-5-68 1-8-69 2-3-69 1-13-70 2-23-70 1-5-71 3-1-71 1-10-72 2-2-72 1-3-73 2-7-73 1-4-74 1-5-74 11-15-74 11-16-74 1-9-76 1-10-76 10-29-76 10-30-76 2-4-77 2-5-77

104 Michigan Technological University

H-A A A H H A A H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H H A H A H A A H A H A A H H A A A H H H H A A A A

W-L-T L L L L L L W W L L L L L W L L L L L W W L L L T L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W L W W W L L W W W W W W L W W L L W W

Score 5-6 2-8 5-9 3-4 OT 6-7 3-8 4-0 3-2 1-16 4-10 7-14 2-12 5-7 5-0 3-6 0-5 1-4 3-4 OT 3-7 9-3 4-3 4-5 4-5 OT 2-5 2-2 OT $ 3-5 $ 5-4 OT 2-3 5-1 4-1 10-0 11-1 7-4 9-4 6-3 6-4 2-0 9-8 OT 3-1 $ 10-1 $ 6-2 9-2 2-3 2-1 5-2 % 10-2 4-6 4-3 OT 9-4 8-2 3-6 1-7 6-5 12-4 7-1 10-5 8-4 8-7 2-4 6-0 7-6 2-3 OT 2-4 5-3 $ 6-5 OT $

1-6-78 1-7-78 11-17-78 11-18-78 1-5-79 1-6-79 11-16-79 11-17-79 2-15-80 2-16-80 2-6-81 2-7-81 2-8-85 2-9-85 11-1-85 11-2-85 1-31-86 2-1-86 11-28-86 11-29-86 1-16-87 1-17-87 10-16-87 10-17-87 2-13-88 2-14-88 10-14-88 10-15-88 1-20-89 1-21-89 12-1-89 12-2-89 1-5-90 1-6-90 12-7-90 12-8-90 2-22-91 2-23-91 11-15-91 11-16-91 2-7-92 2-8-92 10-23-92 10-24-92 1-8-93 1-9-93 11-5-93 11-6-93 1-28-94 1-29-94 3-11-94 3-12-94 3-13-94 12-2-94 12-3-94 2-25-95 2-26-95 11-10-95 11-11-95 1-20-96 1-21-96 3-8-96 1-10-97 1-11-97 11-1-97 11-2-97 3-6-98 3-7-98 10-23-98 10-24-98 1-22-99 1-23-99 11-12-99

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

W W T W L W L W L W W W L L L L W L L W W W W W W W W L L W L W L L L W L L W W W A W W W W T T L L W L W L L L L T T L L W T L L L L L L L L L L

6-5 9-2 5-5 OT 7-3 4-6 10-3 5-6 OT 8-4 6-7 11-5 6-2 $ 5-0 $ 4-9 4-7 1-6 3-7 5-3 $ 2-3 OT $ 1-10 3-2 OT 7-4 7-6 OT 6-1 8-6 7-3 5-3 9-5 2-3 OT 3-4 OT 5-2 2-5 7-2 2-4 1-3 5-6 6-0 1-6 2-5 3-2 4-3 OT 5-4 5-9 4-2 6-1 8-7 5-2 3-3 OT 1-1 OT 2-4 $ 2-4 $ 3-2 % 0-3 % 3-2 OT 1-3 3-9 3-4 3-4 2-2 OT 3-3 OT 1-8 3-4 4-3 % 4-4 OT 2-4 3-6 2-3 1-9 0-5 1-3 2-5 2-3 1-3 1-9

11-13-99 10-27-00 10-28-00 11-30-01 12-1-01 3-1-02 3-2-02 11-1-02 11-3-02 1-17-03 1-18-03 1-30-04 1-31-04 11-19-04 11-20-04 1-28-05 1-29-05 11-18-05 11-19-05 11-3-06 11-4-06 1-26-07 1-27-07 3-9-07 3-10-07 3-11-07

A H H H H A A A A H H H H A A H H A A A A H H A A A

L L L T L L L L L T L L W L L L L L L L L T W W L W

3-6 1-3 2-3 2-2 OT 1-3 0-2 1-8 1-5 0-9 3-3 OT 1-3 0-6 5-3 1-6 1-5 2-4 1-5 0-5 0-3 1-4 1-2 2-2 OT 1-0 2-1 OT 0-2 1-0

W-L-T W L L L L L L L W W W W T W L L W W L W L W L L L L L W W W W W L W L W L W

Score 5-3 3-9 1-7 4-9 4-6 2-11 1-15 1-7 4-1 4-3 4-2 4-0 3-3 OT 8-5 0-3 2-6 6-3 5-3 4-9 5-3 3-5 * 3-2 2-5 1-5 0-2 1-9 % 2-8 % 8-7 8-2 8-4 5-4 OT 3-1 2-4 3-1 1-4 2-1 1-4 4-3

Denver

Overall - 82-107-18 Home - 50-31-7 Away - 30-73-11 Neutral - 2-3-0

Date 3-2-51 3-3-51 2-4-52 2-5-52 2-17-53 2-18-53 1-5-54 1-6-54 1-18-55 1-19-55 12-27-55 12-28-55 1-21-57 1-22-57 12-27-57 12-30-57 12-8-59 12-9-59 12-28-59 12-29-59 3-19-60 12-16-60 12-17-60 12-26-60 12-27-60 3-10-61 3-11-61 12-8-61 12-9-61 1-1-62 1-2-62 12-7-62 12-8-62 2-22-63 2-23-63 1-10-64 1-11-64 3-3-64

H-A A A A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A N H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H A


3-6-64 1-22-65 1-23-65 2-12-65 2-13-65 1-21-66 1-22-66 2-11-66 2-12-66 11-18-66 11-19-66 2-17-67 2-18-67 12-1-67 12-2-67 2-23-68 2-26-68 12-6-68 12-7-68 1-31-69 2-1-69 12-5-69 12-6-69 2-20-70 2-21-70 12-11-70 12-12-70 2-26-71 2-27-71 11-19-71 11-20-71 1-7-72 1-8-72 2-9-73 2-10-73 3-2-73 3-3-73 3-10-73 3-11-73 12-14-73 12-15-73 1-25-74 1-26-74 12-6-74 12-7-74 1-24-75 1-25-75 11-7-75 11-8-75 1-30-76 1-31-76 3-10-76 3-11-76 11-12-76 11-13-76 1-21-77 1-22-77 11-4-77 11-5-77 2-3-78 2-4-78 11-24-78 11-25-78 2-16-79 2-17-79 11-30-79 12-1-79 2-22-80 2-23-80 12-5-80 12-6-80 1-16-81 1-17-81

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

L W T L W W W T L W W L L W W L L W L L W W T L L W W L L L L W L W L W W T L T L W W W W W W L W W W W W W L L W L L L L T W W T T W W L L L L W

2-3 OT 3-2 3-3 OT 1-3 3-0 1-0 OT 5-4 OT 3-3 OT 2-3 2-1 OT 3-2 1-4 4-5 6-1 4-1 2-7 2-5 3-1 1-5 0-3 4-2 6-5 OT 5-5 OT 3-5 1-4 7-5 4-2 3-5 2-5 1-2 4-7 7-4 5-6 6-4 1-4 3-1 4-3 3-3 % 0-4 % 3-3 OT 5-7 7-5 3-0 9-2 4-3 11-5 7-0 3-6 8-3 5-2 5-2 5-4 8-6 6-3 6-8 7-11 6-4 4-7 2-3 1-2 $ 0-3 $ 6-6 OT 6-5 5-0 4-4 OT 3-3 OT 9-1 5-1 1-3 4-5 0-4 3-6 3-2 OT

11-16-84 11-17-84 11-15-85 11-16-85 2-14-86 2-15-86 2-28-86 3-1-86 10-10-86 10-11-86 2-6-87 2-7-87 10-30-87 10-31-87 1-29-88 1-30-88 12-2-88 12-3-88 2-10-89 2-11-89 11-10-89 11-11-89 2-9-90 2-10-90 12-21-90 12-22-90 2-1-91 2-2-91 12-13-91 12-14-91 1-24-92 1-25-92 12-18-92 12-19-92 2-12-93 2-13-93 12-10-93 12-11-93 2-11-94 2-12-94 10-28-94 10-29-94 1-27-95 1-28-95 3-10-95 3-11-95 11-17-95 11-18-95 2-16-96 2-17-96 11-22-96 11-23-96 1-17-97 1-18-97 10-26-97 10-27-97 12-12-97 12-13-97 10-30-98 10-31-98 3-6-99 3-7-99 3-12-99 3-13-99 10-29-99 10-30-99 3-3-00 3-4-00 11-17-00 11-18-00 11-9-01 11-10-01 1-11-02

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

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8-1 6-3 0-4 3-5 5-6 5-3 4-3 2-6 3-8 3-4 6-1 $ 7-6 OT $ 6-8 4-3 6-4 2-5 3-1 3-5 2-6 2-4 6-8 2-3 7-15 3-6 4-5 5-3 10-3 6-1 7-6 2-4 3-6 4-3 7-3 3-2 5-2 4-4 OT 3-5 4-4 OT 7-1 6-2 4-2 2-4 7-6 OT 2-5 4-5 OT 2-5 1-4 3-3 OT 3-3 OT 6-4 2-3 0-7 3-5 4-4 OT 5-4 OT 2-5 3-2 4-3 2-5 2-5 1-3 2-4 1-2 % 2-4 % 0-7 5-6 OT 1-6 1-4 5-2 1-4 2-9 1-3 1-3

1-12-02 3-8-02 3-9-02 11-15-02 11-16-02 2-21-03 2-22-03 2-20-04 2-21-04 12-3-04 12-4-04 1-7-05 1-8-05 3-11-05 3-12-05 11-4-05 11-5-05 11-17-06 11-18-06 2-9-07 2-10-07 2-29-08 3-1-08

A A A H H A A H H H H A A A A A A A A H H H H

L L L T L L L T L L L W L L L L L L T W T L W

4-7 1-5 1-8 3-3 OT 2-5 2-7 3-4 1-1 OT 0-3 1-5 2-4 3-0 0-1 1-7 % 0-1 % 2-5 3-4 0-1 3-3 OT 2-1 4-4 OT 0-1 2-1

W-L-T W L W T W L T W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W L W W L W L W W W W L L W L L L L L

Score 6-2 1-2 7-1 5-5 OT 3-2 3-4 2-2 OT 9-2 7-1 8-3 8-4 6-2 11-1 6-4 7-2 6-3 5-2 5-7 5-4 8-1 11-5 6-3 4-2 3-5 8-7 9-8 OT 4-8 4-3 4-8 6-3 7-6 OT 4-3 9-0 4-5 OT 2-4 4-1 1-2 3-6 6-10 2-7 3-4

Lake Superior State

Overall - 29-15-4 Home - 21-7-1 Away - 8-8-3 Neutral - 1-2-0

Date 11-14-69 11-22-69 2-12-71 2-14-71 11-12-71 11-13-71 1-28-72 1-29-72 10-26-73 10-27-73 10-25-74 10-26-74 12-12-75 12-13-75 12-10-76 12-11-76 10-21-77 10-22-77 10-20-78 10-21-78 10-19-79 10-20-79 12-7-79 12-8-79 10-24-80 10-25-80 11-21-81 11-22-81 2-12-82 2-13-82 11-5-82 11-6-82 1-28-83 1-29-83 12-9-83 12-10-83 2-24-84 2-25-84 1-3-88 1-2-89 11-26-93

H-A A H H A A A H H H H H H H H A A H H H H H H A A H H A A H H A A H H H H A A N A N

12-15-93 12-16-93 10-22-94 10-21-95 12-11-98 12-12-98 12-10-99 12-11-99 12-30-99 10-14-07

A H A H A A H H N H

L W T L L T W L W W

2-8 5-2 2-2 OT 0-7 4-5 1-1 OT 4-2 1-2 5-4 & 4-3

W-L-T W L W W L L W L L W L W L L L L W T L W W L W W L L L L L L W L W W W L L T W T L W L L L L W L L L L L W L

Score 3-0 3-4 2-1 5-2 1-4 0-1 1-0 1-2 2-4 4-3 1-7 5-4 0-1 1-2 0-3 1-2 OT 3-2 3-3 1-7 3-2 1-0 3-6 4-3 1-0 2-3 1-4 OT 2-4 2-5 1-7 1-2 6-2 0-1 2-0 1-0 4-0 2-6 3-4 2-2 OT 4-1 2-2 OT 1-2 5-4 5-9 2-11 0-10 1-3 3-1 6-7 0-4 4-7 5-6 4-5 6-2 1-7

Michigan

Overall - 90-115-5 Home - 41-24-2 Away - 42-74-3 Neutral - 7-18-0

Date 1-27-21 1-28-21 1-19-22 1-20-22 1-21-22 1-17-26 1-18-26 1-10-30 1-11-30 2-13-33 2-14-33 1-12-34 1-13-34 3-2-34 3-3-34 2-15-35 2-16-35 3-1-35 3-2-35 1-24-36 1-25-36 2-28-36 2-29-36 1-22-37 1-23-37 2-19-37 2-20-37 1-6-38 1-8-38 2-29-38 3-2-38 1-4-39 1-6-39 2-15-39 2-17-39 1-9-41 1-11-41 1-3-42 1-5-42 3-7-42 3-8-42 3-1-46 3-2-46 3-8-46 3-9-46 3-7-47 3-8-47 1-31-48 2-2-48 3-5-48 3-6-48 1-29-49 1-31-49 3-4-49

H-A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A H H A H H H A A A A H H A A H H A

Michigan Technological University 105


3-5-49 2-10-50 2-11-50 3-3-50 3-4-50 3-9-51 3-10-51 2-8-52 2-9-52 3-7-52 3-8-52 3-6-53 3-7-53 2-5-54 2-6-54 2-4-55 2-5-55 3-4-55 3-5-55 3-2-56 3-3-56 3-9-56 3-10-56 3-18-56 1-11-57 1-12-57 3-8-57 3-9-57 1-10-58 1-11-58 3-7-58 3-8-58 1-9-59 1-10-59 2-20-59 2-21-59 1-8-60 1-9-60 2-12-60 2-13-60 1-6-61 1-7-61 2-24-61 2-25-61 12-1-61 12-2-61 1-5-62 1-6-62 3-3-62 1-11-63 1-12-63 2-15-63 2-16-63 1-24-64 1-25-64 2-28-64 2-29-64 3-12-64 3-13-64 1-29-65 1-30-65 2-26-65 2-27-65 12-28-65 1-28-66 1-29-66 12-22-66 2-3-67 2-4-67 2-16-68 2-17-68 12-20-68 2-7-69

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

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3-8 3-2 2-9 3-9 1-6 3-8 4-7 2-9 $ 4-10 $ 4-11 3-4 3-8 2-10 3-8 $ 6-7 OT $ 2-4 $ 4-1 $ 1-5 4-8 2-5 3-6 1-5 1-5 5-7 * 0-1 5-5 OT 3-5 4-7 3-2 2-5 1-3 4-3 3-2 OT 10-2 5-4 3-6 1-5 1-4 6-1 $ 9-4 $ 1-2 2-5 2-4 6-1 1-3 3-5 4-2 2-4 6-4 % 5-1 4-3 1-4 4-5 2-6 3-5 3-1 3-4 3-4 % 5-5 2OT % 10-2 1-6 7-2 8-2 7-6 2-3 1-3 3-4 & 2-3 $ 3-1 $ 3-0 4-2 3-2 & 4-1 $

2-8-69 3-8-69 1-16-70 1-17-70 12-30-70 2-5-71 2-6-71 1-21-72 1-22-72 2-11-72 2-12-72 11-17-72 11-18-72 2-23-73 2-24-73 11-30-73 12-1-73 2-8-74 2-9-74 11-22-74 11-23-74 12-28-74 1-10-75 1-11-75 11-21-75 11-22-75 12-30-75 2-6-76 2-7-76 3-14-76 3-15-76 10-22-76 10-23-76 12-29-76 1-14-77 1-15-77 3-11-77 3-12-77 12-9-77 12-10-77 12-29-77 2-24-78 2-25-78 11-3-78 11-4-78 2-2-79 2-3-79 12-29-79 2-9-80 2-10-80 11-14-80 11-15-80 12-28-80 2-27-81 2-28-81 3-13-81 3-14-81 10-23-81 10-24-81 2-5-82 2-6-82 11-12-82 11-13-82 2-25-83 2-26-83 11-11-83 11-12-83 12-29-83 2-27-84 2-28-84 12-28-84 12-29-85 12-27-86

106 Michigan Technological University

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3-2 $ 7-4 % 2-6 6-3 7-2 & 5-2 $ 7-2 $ 3-0 6-8 8-4 8-3 6-2 7-2 5-3 9-6 7-0 8-0 4-5 OT 3-4 5-7 3-4 3-2 & 4-5 6-0 0-4 6-3 5-6 & 6-4 $ 6-4 $ 4-2 6-5 4-3 3-5 7-6 & 8-9 OT 3-2 5-6 2-5 6-2 7-3 7-3 & 4-3 2-1 OT 4-2 4-2 5-4 OT $ 5-0 $ 5-4 3OT 2-3 4-5 OT 4-5 5-3 3-2 OT 5-4 5-2 2-1 7-1 2-3 0-3 4-5 2-3 OT 8-6 10-6 5-4 OT 5-7 8-2 3-1 5-4 OT & 5-4 6-7 OT 4-3 & 4-6 & 3-4 OT &

12-30-87 12-29-88 12-28-90 12-28-91 12-26-92 12-29-94 12-27-96 12-26-98 12-29-00 12-29-01 12-28-02 12-28-03 12-29-04 12-30-05 12-29-06 12-29-07

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

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Michigan State

Overall - 78-71-2 Home - 41-16-1 Away - 32-35-1 Neutral - 5-20-0

Date H-A 1927-28 A 1-12-50 A 1-13-50 A 2-3-50 H 2-4-50 H 2-2-51 H 2-3-51 H 2-15-51 A 2-16-51 A 1-25-52 A 1-26-52 A 2-15-52 H 2-16-52 H 2-6-53 H 2-7-53 H 2-20-53 A 2-21-53 A 2-26-54 H 2-27-54 H 3-8-54 A 3-9-54 A 12-31-54 A 1-1-55 A 1-21-55 H 1-22-55 H 1-27-56 H 1-28-56 H 2-24-56 A 2-25-56 A 1-25-57 A 1-26-57 A 2-8-57 H 2-9-57 H 1-17-58 A 1-18-58 A 2-7-58 H 2-8-58 H 1-30-59 H 1-31-59 H 2-27-59 A 2-28-59 A 1-22-60 H 1-23-60 H 2-5-60 A 2-6-60 A 1-13-61 H OVERTURNED 1-14-61 H

W-L-T W W W W W L W L L L L L L L W L W L W W L W L W W W W W W W W W W L L L W L W L L T W W W W W

3-7 & 3-7 & 1-2 & 1-7 & 2-4 & 0-13 & 1-6 & 1-4 & 7-3 & 4-7 & 3-5 & 2-6 & 2-4 & 3-5 & 1-4 & 0-1 2OT &

Score 5-0 6-2 15-2 11-3 $ 10-0 $ 3-4 $ 4-2 $ 2-3 3-5 4-9 4-6 2-3 3-5 1-2 $ 5-2 $ 5-6 OT 5-3 1-4 2-1 5-3 1-6 5-1 3-5 9-4 5-2 8-1 6-5 OT 4-3 3-1 3-1 4-2 5-3 $ 6-2 $ 3-4 1-6 2-5 $ 3-1 $ 0-7 5-4 OT 0-3 2-5 3-3 OT 9-1 5-3 7-0 8-1 WIN 3-1

1-20-61 1-21-61 2-9-62 2-10-62 3-1-62 1-25-63 1-26-63 2-21-64 2-22-64 2-19-65 2-20-65 2-18-66 2-19-66 3-5-66 1-20-67 1-21-67 3-11-67 2-2-68 2-3-68 2-28-69 3-1-69 3-7-69 2-6-70 2-7-70 12-4-70 12-5-70 12-29-71 2-4-72 2-5-72 12-1-72 12-2-72 3-5-73 3-6-73 12-28-74 2-1-74 2-2-74 3-8-74 3-9-74 11-8-74 11-9-74 1-31-75 2-1-75 3-6-75 3-7-75 11-14-75 11-15-75 1-16-76 1-17-76 11-5-76 11-6-76 2-18-77 2-19-77 11-18-77 11-19-77 1-13-78 1-14-78 11-10-78 11-11-78 2-9-79 2-10-79 11-9-79 11-10-79 1-18-80 1-19-80 11-26-80 11-27-80 1-23-81 1-24-81 12-11-81 12-12-81 12-29-82 3-12-82 11-27-82

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

L W W W W W W W W W W W W L L T L W W W W W W W L W W L L L L W L L W W L W L L W W W W W L W W L W L W L W W W W L L L L W L W L W W W L W W L L

3-4 3-1 8-2 $ 3-2 $ 5-1 % 6-2 6-2 7-3 11-1 4-3 5-4 8-4 4-2 3-4 % 3-4 3-3 OT 1-2 OT % 4-1 $ 6-2 $ 4-3 6-1 4-2 % 8-1 $ 5-4 OT $ 6-8 4-2 3-2 & 3-5 $ 3-5 $ 2-6 3-7 7-2 % 1-3 % 4-5 & 5-4 $ 8-6 $ 6-8 % 6-2 % 2-4 4-5 5-2 5-4 6-4 9-4 5-1 2-4 8-7 9-6 3-4 6-5 OT 3-5 9-2 5-6 OT 4-2 6-5 9-5 10-6 4-5 3-4 3-5 4-5 OT 6-2 3-4 6-0 2-8 4-2 5-0 4-1 1-6 4-3 6-3 & 2-3 % 3-6


11-28-82 12-29-82 2-11-83 2-12-83 12-2-83 12-3-83 12-30-83 2-3-84 2-4-84 3-2-84 3-3-84 12-29-84 12-27-85 11-26-86 12-28-86 12-29-87 12-30-88 12-29-89 12-29-90 12-27-91 12-27-92 12-29-93 12-29-95 12-28-96 12-27-97 12-29-99 12-30-00 12-28-01 12-29-02 12-27-03 12-29-05 12-28-07

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

L L W L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L W

2-3 OT 3-5 & 6-3 4-5 OT 2-7 4-6 2-6 6-4 $ 3-1 $ 3-5 % 1-3 % 0-7 & 1-2 OT % 0-9 0-9 % 2-5 % 1-7 % 2-3 % 3-2 % 6-5 % 3-4 % 2-3 OT % 2-3 OT % 3-4 % 1-3 % 3-6 % 2-3 OT % 1-4 % 2-6 % 2-7 % 2-3 OT % 4-1 %

W-L-T T W W L L L W L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L W L T L L

Score 3-3 OT 3-0 3-2 0-3 0-5 2-3 3-2 2-8 3-7 0-3 0-2 1-8 1-8 1-6 1-4 2-1 OT 4-5 0-4 1-2 OT 1-4 1-6 0-3 0-5 1-3 1-2 0-3 1-2 1-0 OT 0-3 1-1 2OT 3-4 1-2

Minnesota

Overall - 73-166-14 Home - 44-66-11 Away - 28-94-2 Neutral - 1-6-1

Date 2-13-22 2-14-22 2-19-22 1-25-29 1-26-29 1-27-30 1-28-30 1-26-31 1-27-31 2-20-31 2-21-31 2-4-32 2-5-32 2-10-32 1-25-34 1-27-34 2-16-34 2-17-34 1-25-35 1-26-35 2-1-35 2-2-35 1-31-36 2-1-36 2-6-36 2-7-36 1-29-37 1-30-37 2-5-37 2-6-37 1-21-38 1-22-38

H-A H H A A A A A A A H H A A A H H H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A

2-18-38 2-19-38 1-27-39 1-28-39 2-3-39 2-4-39 1-12-40 1-13-40 2-2-40 2-3-40 1-24-41 1-25-41 2-20-41 2-21-41 1-9-42 1-10-42 2-21-42 2-22-42 1-22-43 1-23-43 2-5-43 2-6-43 2-8-46 2-9-46 2-15-46 2-16-46 1-24-47 1-25-47 2-21-47 2-22-47 2-6-48 2-7-48 2-27-48 2-28-48 1-14-49 1-15-49 2-11-49 2-12-29 1-12-51 1-13-51 2-23-51 2-24-51 2-29-52 3-1-52 1-23-53 1-24-53 2-12-54 2-13-54 2-19-54 2-20-54 1-28-55 1-29-55 2-11-55 2-12-55 1-20-56 1-21-56 2-10-56 2-11-56 1-18-57 1-19-57 2-22-57 2-23-57 12-6-57 12-7-57 1-24-58 1-25-58 1-16-59 1-17-59 3-6-59 3-7-59 11-27-59 11-28-59 1-29-60

H H A A H H H H H H H H A A H H A A H H A A A A H H H H A A H H A A A A H H H H A A A A H H H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H H H A A A A H

L T L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L W L W W L W T T L W W L W W L W W W W

1-4 3-3 OT 0-5 2-5 1-2 0-4 1-7 1-9 1-9 0-8 0-8 0-3 2-7 1-3 3-2 OT 1-2 3-5 OT 1-4 1-3 1-0 4-6 2-8 2-7 2-14 2-9 2-6 4-6 OT 1-3 3-13 2-6 5-6 3-7 4-7 4-3 4-5 3-7 1-5 $ 12-4 $ 1-11 5-8 1-8 1-6 3-5 4-8 3-6 2-5 3-9 3-6 4-5 OT 3-11 1-5 3-4 4-1 4-5 4-2 2-3 5-2 $ 2-0 3-7 2-1 3-3 OT 4-4 OT 1-2 3-1 5-2 2-4 5-3 5-3 5-7 5-4 8-5 4-2 8-6

1-30-60 2-10-61 2-11-61 2-17-61 2-18-61 1-12-62 1-13-62 2-16-62 2-17-62 11-30-62 12-1-62 1-18-63 1-19-63 1-15-65 1-16-65 3-5-65 3-6-65 12-3-65 12-4-65 2-25-66 2-26-66 1-27-67 1-28-67 2-24-67 2-25-67 3-1-68 3-2-68 1-24-69 1-25-69 1-30-70 1-31-70 3-14-70 1-15-71 1-16-71 12-3-71 12-4-71 1-26-73 1-27-73 3-1-74 3-2-74 3-16-74 12-20-74 12-21-74 2-28-75 3-1-75 3-15-75 1-2-76 1-3-76 3-27-76 1-29-77 1-30-77 1-20-78 1-21-78 2-23-79 2-24-79 3-6-79 3-7-79 1-11-80 1-12-80 3-7-80 3-8-80 10-18-80 2-13-81 2-14-81 3-26-81 2-1-85 2-2-85 10-18-85 10-19-85 11-21-86 11-22-86 12-13-86 12-14-86

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

W W W L L W W W W L W T L W L W T W W W W L W W W W W W T L W W W W W W L W W W L L L W W W L W L W W W W L L L L W L L L L W L L L W L L L L L L

6-1 6-0 $ 3-2 OT $ 1-5 2-3 OT 5-1 4-2 6-3 3-2 OT 2-3 1-0 2-2 OT 3-6 4-1 4-5 8-4 3-3 4-3 4-2 5-1 5-4 3-4 5-1 4-3 2-1 OT 5-4 4-2 3-2 1-1 4-6 4-0 6-5 % 6-2 4-2 5-1 5-3 3-4 OT 6-3 5-2 4-1 2-4 * 2-4 3-6 7-0 5-4 6-1 * 5-10 8-2 4-6 6-3 7-5 5-4 OT 5-3 2-6 3-7 3-5 % 1-6 % 6-5 2-8 2-7 % 3-6 % 4-6 # 5-3 3-8 2-7 * 1-4 $ 7-5 $ 0-3 2-7 1-4 5-7 0-7 3-6

2-28-87 3-1-87 12-18-87 12-19-87 2-19-88 2-20-88 12-18-88 12-22-88 12-23-88 2-3-89 2-4-89 12-9-89 12-10-89 2-23-90 2-24-90 11-23-90 11-24-90 1-18-91 1-19-91 3-1-91 3-2-91 1-3-92 1-4-92 1-17-92 1-18-92 11-27-92 11-28-92 1-29-93 1-30-93 1-14-94 1-15-94 3-18-94 11-19-94 11-20-94 2-3-95 2-4-95 10-13-95 10-14-95 3-9-96 11-16-96 11-17-96 1-24-97 1-25-97 1-30-98 1-31-98 1-29-98 1-30-98 2-18-00 2-19-00 2-2-01 2-3-01 3-9-01 3-10-01 11-2-01 11-3-01 10-25-02 10-26-02 11-22-02 11-23-02 3-14-03 3-15-03 11-21-03 11-22-03 1-21-05 1-22-05 3-4-05 3-5-05 2-10-06 2-11-06 12-8-06 12-9-06 3-2-07 3-3-07

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

L L L W L L T L L L L L L L W L L W L L L L L L L L L T W L L L W L T L L W L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L T L T L L L L L L W W L L L T L L L W

4-9 % 5-8 % 2-8 11-3 0-3 3-4 2-2 4-3 2-5 3-7 $ 3-6 $ 5-7 3-10 3-4 OT 8-3 2-7 0-2 5-2 2-6 3-5 5-6 2-5 1-6 2-9 3-6 4-5 2-3 3-3 OT $ 10-2 $ 0-5 1-2 1-6 % 3-2 OT 2-6 3-3 OT 1-8 2-4 5-2 2-7 % 0-3 0-3 2-5 4-8 5-3 $ 5-3 $ 2-4 2-4 2-9 1-4 3-8 1-5 2-7 % 1-3 % 3-7 5-5 OT 4-5 3-3 OT 2-4 1-2 1-3 % 2-5 % 2-6 0-3 6-3 3-1 2-4 0-5 4-7 $ 2-2 OT $ 1-4 2-5 1-3 5-4

Michigan Technological University 107


11-30-07 12-1-07

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Minnesota Duluth

Overall - 116-72-16 Home - 59-28-10 Away - 57-44-5 Neutral - 0-0-1

Date 12-31-52 1-22-54 1-23-54 1-28-54 1-7-55 1-8-55 12-13-57 12-14-57 2-14-58 2-15-58 12-5-59 12-6-59 1-23-59 1-24-59 1-26-62 1-27-62 2-23-62 2-24-62 11-23-62 11-24-62 1-28-63 1-29-63 12-13-63 12-14-63 1-31-64 2-1-64 1-1-65 1-2-65 1-8-65 1-9-65 11-19-65 11-20-65 2-4-66 2-5-66 3-3-66 1-6-67 1-7-67 2-10-67 2-11-67 3-9-67 1-19-68 1-20-68 1-26-68 1-27-68 1-10-69 1-11-69 2-21-69 2-22-69 11-28-69 1-23-70 1-24-70 3-7-70 3-8-70 11-27-70 1-22-71 1-23-71 3-5-71 3-6-71 1-14-72 1-15-72 2-25-72 2-26-72

H-A A H H A A A A A H H H H A A H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H H H H A A A H H A A A A H H A H H A A A A A A A H H A A

W-L-T W W W W W W L W T W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L T W W L W W W W W W L W

3-2 OT 1-3

Score 8-1 6-5 10-3 2-1 8-4 6-2 3-5 6-0 3-3 OT 6-3 7-0 12-1 6-3 10-3 7-1 4-3 12-2 5-2 3-0 5-2 7-2 6-3 3-2 1-3 3-1 4-2 6-3 4-3 4-2 5-4 5-1 3-2 5-2 $ 6-1 $ 9-3 % 5-3 10-2 6-4 5-3 6-4 % 8-2 4-1 7-2 5-0 4-3 OT 6-2 10-4 4-2 3-1 4-5 OT 2-2 OT 6-3 6-3 1-6 5-1 3-2 5-3 6-2 6-5 7-3 2-5 7-5

11-3-72 11-4-72 1-12-73 1-13-73 11-9-73 11-10-73 2-22-74 2-23-74 11-1-74 11-2-74 2-7-75 2-8-75 12-5-75 12-6-75 3-5-76 3-6-76 12-17-76 12-18-76 3-4-77 3-5-77 11-11-77 11-12-77 3-3-78 3-4-78 12-8-78 12-9-78 3-2-79 3-3-79 12-14-79 12-15-79 2-29-80 3-1-80 10-31-80 11-1-80 12-12-80 12-13-80 10-16-81 10-17-81 11-13-81 12-1-81 10-15-82 10-16-82 12-10-82 12-11-82 11-25-83 11-26-83 10-19-84 10-20-84 2-15-85 2-16-85 3-1-85 3-2-85 1-3-86 1-4-86 10-24-86 10-25-86 2-20-87 2-21-87 11-6-87 11-7-87 2-5-88 2-6-88 10-21-88 10-22-88 2-17-89 2-18-89 11-18-89 11-19-89 1-12-90 1-13-90 10-6-90 10-19-90 10-20-90

108 Michigan Technological University

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

W W L L W W L W W W W L W W W W W T L W W W L W L L L L W L L W W L W L W T W W L L L W L W W W L L L L L L T L W W L L W W W W T L L L W W T L T

6-4 5-4 OT 2-4 6-7 OT 10-1 4-1 3-6 5-3 7-4 6-3 10-3 $ 4-7 $ 6-1 8-4 6-5 7-5 4-3 4-4 OT 4-7 2-1 OT 4-1 6-5 3-5 4-2 3-4 OT 6-7 3-5 5-6 7-4 4-5 OT 5-7 6-3 4-2 4-7 7-3 3-6 8-2 6-6 OT 6-4 6-5 OT 2-5 3-4 2-6 3-1 3-4 OT 4-1 5-4 OT 5-4 5-7 3-4 2-3 % 2-5 % 2-7 4-5 2-2 OT 3-5 3-1 6-2 2-6 5-7 8-4 $ 5-3 $ 6-3 4-3 OT 3-3 OT 2-3 OT 2-4 4-9 5-4 OT 8-4 2-2 # 4-6 2-2 OT

1-25-91 1-26-91 12-6-91 12-7-91 3-7-92 3-8-92 11-20-92 11-21-92 12-4-92 12-5-92 1-7-93 1-8-93 11-25-94 11-26-94 1-20-95 1-21-95 10-27-95 10-28-95 12-15-95 12-16-95 3-1-96 3-2-96 12-6-96 12-7-96 1-31-97 2-1-97 11-28-97 11-29-97 2-6-98 2-7-98 12-4-98 12-5-98 2-12-99 2-13-99 11-26-99 11-27-99 1-21-00 1-22-00 11-10-00 11-11-00 2-9-01 2-10-01 1-18-02 1-19-02 2-14-03 2-15-03 3-7-03 3-8-03 12-5-03 12-6-03 1-23-04 1-24-04 10-15-04 10-16-04 2-4-05 2-5-05 10-28-05 10-29-05 1-13-06 1-14-06 11-10-06 11-11-06 1-5-07 1-6-07 10-16-07 10-17-07 2-15-08 2-16-08

A A H H A A A A H H H H A A H H A A H H A A A A H H H A H H H H A A A A H H A A H H H H H H H A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A A A H H

L L L W L W L L L T L W T W T L L L W W W W L L W T W L L L L L W L L W W L W L W T W W L L W L W L L L L L W W L T W W T W L L T L W L

2-7 3-6 3-4 OT 6-2 3-7 5-4 4-6 1-6 4-5 OT 5-5 OT 3-5 3-0 1-1 OT 5-3 3-3 OT 4-7 5-6 OT 2-4 4-2 2-1 OT 5-4 OT % 4-3 2-3 OT 2-4 2-1 OT $ 3-3 OT $ 5-4 0-1 2-6 5-7 2-5 2-6 5-4 OT 4-6 2-3 3-0 3-1 4-5 5-4 OT 3-5 3-2 $ 1-1 OT $ 4-1 5-3 1-5 $ 3-5 $ 6-3 3-6 6-5 0-4 1-3 3-8 4-5 3-6 3-2 OT 3-2 3-6 2-2 OT 4-2 3-1 0-0 OT 4-1 1-2 OT 3-5 1-1 OT 1-4 5-2 2-3

Minnesota State

Overall - 12-18-4 Home - 9-7-2 Away - 3-11-2 Neutral - 0-0-0

Date 10-18-96 10-19-96 2-27-98 2-28-98 12-3-99 12-4-99 2-11-00 2-12-00 11-3-00 11-4-00 2-16-01 2-17-01 2-1-02 2-2-02 2-22-02 2-23-02 1-10-03 1-11-03 11-14-03 11-15-03 2-27-04 2-28-04 2-11-05 2-12-05 12-16-05 12-17-05 2-3-06 2-4-06 2-2-07 2-3-07 10-19-07 10-20-07 3-7-08 3-8-08

H-A H H H H H H A A H H A A A A H H A A A A H H H H H H A A A A H H A A

W-L-T W W W T L L L L L L W L L L W L L L T L W L T W L W L W T L W W L W

North Dakota

Overall - 87-133-8 Home - 51-55-4 Away - 35-77-4 Neutral - 1-1-0

Date 1-16-48 1-17-48 2-20-48 2-21-48 1-7-49 2-18-49 2-19-49 2-17-50 2-18-50 1-19-51 1-20-51 1-8-52 1-9-52 1-18-52 1-19-52 1-2-53 1-3-53 1-16-53 1-17-53 1-15-54 1-16-54 1-29-54 1-30-54

H-A A A H H H A A H H A A H H A A A A H H H H A A

W-L-T W L L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L

Score 6-3 3-0 4-2 4-4 2-6 0-3 2-4 1-3 1-2 1-5 4-2 4-5 2-3 4-6 5-4 3-5 2-4 4-5 OT 0-0 OT 3-6 4-3 2-3 1-1 OT $ 4-2 $ 4-5 3-2 0-4 3-2 2-2 OT 2-1 OT 2-1 7-1 2-5 3-2

Score 7-6 3-7 4-5 2-5 6-3 5-2 5-6 4-5 3-5 2-5 4-5 4-8 2-5 2-11 1-9 0-10 2-7 4-5 OT 5-6 OT 0-5 0-5 0-4 0-7


1-14-55 1-15-55 2-15-55 2-16-55 1-13-56 1-14-56 2-17-56 2-18-56 1-4-57 1-5-57 2-15-57 2-16-57 1-3-58 1-4-58 2-28-58 3-1-58 1-2-59 1-3-59 2-6-59 2-7-59 12-4-59 12-5-59 2-19-60 2-20-60 3-11-60 3-12-60 11-25-60 11-26-60 12-2-60 12-3-60 1-19-62 1-20-62 2-2-62 2-3-62 1-4-63 1-5-63 2-8-63 2-9-63 3-7-63 3-8-63 2-7-64 2-8-64 2-14-64 2-15-64 12-4-64 12-5-64 12-18-64 12-19-64 3-13-65 1-7-66 1-8-66 1-14-66 1-15-66 12-2-66 12-3-66 3-3-67 3-4-67 12-21-67 1-12-68 1-13-68 2-9-68 2-10-68 3-8-68 3-9-68 1-17-69 1-18-69 2-14-69 2-15-69 2-13-70 2-14-70 2-27-70 2-28-70 3-13-70

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

L T L W W W W W L W L L L L L L W L W L L W W L W W L W W W W W W W L T W W L L W L W L W W L L W W W L W L L W W L W L L W T L W L L W T W W L W

1-3 1-1 OT 3-4 OT 10-3 5-3 5-2 6-2 5-4 OT 3-7 6-0 7-8 3-4 1-9 2-3 4-6 4-6 3-2 1-2 OT 4-3 0-4 2-3 4-1 3-2 4-6 4-3 % 5-4 % 4-6 8-1 7-2 5-3 2-1 3-2 OT 6-2 6-2 2-4 3-3 OT 3-0 $ 5-1 $ 0-2 % 1-6 % 3-0 $ 2-3 $ 2-1 1-4 3-2 OT 5-2 1-2 3-6 6-4 % 2-1 4-3 4-5 4-1 2-3 OT 3-4 6-3 9-3 3-4 OT 3-2 1-3 2-5 4-3 0-0 % 2-3 % 4-3 5-6 3-4 OT 7-3 2-2 OT 6-4 7-2 3-7 5-3 %

1-11-71 1-12-71 2-19-71 2-20-71 3-11-71 2-18-72 2-19-72 3-3-72 3-4-72 1-5-73 1-6-73 2-16-73 2-17-73 11-23-73 11-24-73 2-15-74 2-16-74 11-29-74 11-30-74 1-17-75 1-18-75 10-31-75 11-1-75 2-20-76 2-21-76 12-3-76 12-4-76 1-7-77 1-8-77 11-25-77 11-26-77 2-17-78 2-18-78 3-10-78 3-11-78 10-27-78 10-28-78 1-26-79 1-27-79 11-2-79 11-3-79 2-1-80 2-2-80 2-20-81 2-21-81 3-6-81 3-7-81 1-25-85 1-26-85 10-25-85 10-26-86 11-7-86 11-8-86 1-23-87 1-24-87 10-9-87 10-10-87 12-11-87 12-12-87 2-26-88 2-27-88 2-28-88 11-18-88 11-19-88 1-13-89 1-14-89 11-3-89 11-4-89 2-16-90 2-17-90 11-2-90 11-3-90 1-4-91

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

W W W W L L L L L W L L L W W W W W W W W W L W W L L W L W L W W T W L L W L L W T W L W W W L L L W W L L L L L W W L W L L L L W L W L L L W T

6-2 6-2 8-1 3-2 4-6 % 4-10 3-5 5-6 3-4 8-5 1-4 3-5 6-8 7-5 8-1 4-1 10-0 8-2 8-3 6-4 6-1 5-2 5-8 12-2 5-2 3-6 6-7 4-3 OT 3-6 7-0 4-5 8-4 7-4 2-2 % 3-2 OT % 3-5 1-4 7-3 4-5 3-4 5-3 3-3 OT $ 6-4 $ 2-4 5-3 7-4 4-1 0-8 2-4 1-8 3-2 8-5 2-4 2-11 2-11 3-4 OT 2-5 4-3 5-4 OT 4-5 % 6-4 % 3-4 OT % 1-2 2-10 1-5 6-4 4-7 5-3 2-9 3-7 2-4 6-2 3-3 OT

1-5-91 11-22-91 11-23-91 1-31-92 WC 2-1-92 WC 10-30-92 10-31-92 2-26-93 2-27-93 12-3-93 12-4-93 2-18-94 2-19-94 1-6-95 1-7-95 2-24-96 2-25-96 10-25-96 10-26-96 2-7-97 2-8-97 3-7-97 3-8-97 1-16-98 1-17-98 2-5-99 2-6-99 1-28-00 1-29-00 10-20-00 10-21-00 2-23-01 2-24-01 1-25-01 1-26-01 2-15-02 2-16-02 2-7-03 2-8-03 1-16-04 1-17-04 3-5-04 3-6-04 3-12-04 3-13-04 11-26-04 11-27-04 12-2-05 12-3-05 3-3-06 3-4-06 12-15-06 12-16-06 10-26-07 10-27-07 1-11-08 1-12-08 3-14-08 3-15-08 3-16-08

A A A H

L L L W

2-5 1-6 2-5 6-3

H

W

9-6

A A H H H H A A H H A A H H A A A A A A H H H H A A H H H H A A A A H H A A A A H H H H A A A A H H A A A A A

W L L W L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L T L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L W W W L L L L W L

6-5 2-5 1-5 4-1 3-5 3-4 3-4 2-3 3-7 6-5 7-3 2-5 3-7 3-4 2-4 2-7 1-4 % 0-3 % 2-6 3-6 3-9 $ 1-3 $ 0-5 1-11 5-4 2-5 2-2 OT 1-3 1-5 3-5 2-12 3-4 0-8 5-2 4-8 0-4 1-5 1-5 2-6 % 3-4 OT % 3-6 2-3 1-6 2-8 0-4 0-6 3-1 3-2 3-1 0-6 1-4 1-4 0-4 3-2 OT 1-2

Northern Michigan

Overall - 40-58-11 Home - 24-27-6 Away - 16-31-5 Neutral - 4-1-0

Date 11-23-79 11-24-79

H-A H H

W-L-T W L

Score 3-2 2-6

11-7-80 11-8-80 1-2-81 1-3-81 3-28-81 1-15-82 1-16-82 2-19-82 2-20-82 1-14-83 1-15-83 2-18-83 2-19-83 3-4-83 3-5-83 10-14-83 10-15-83 12-16-83 12-17-83 2-10-84 2-11-84 10-26-84 10-27-84 1-18-85 1-19-85 10-11-85 10-12-85 12-13-85 12-14-85 2-7-86 2-8-86 10-31-86 11-1-86 1-30-87 1-31-87 11-11-87 11-21-87 1-14-88 1-16-88 10-28-88 10-29-88 1-6-89 1-7-89 10-27-89 10-28-89 12-30-89 1-26-90 1-27-90 11-30-90 12-1-90 2-15-91 2-16-91 11-1-91 11-2-91 2-14-92 2-15-92 3-13-92 3-14-92 11-13-92 11-14-92 2-19-93 2-20-93 3-18-93 10-29-93 10-30-93 3-4-94 3-5-94 3-17-94 11-4-94 11-5-94 2-17-95 2-18-95 12-30-95

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

W T L L W W W W W W L W W L T W W L L L W W L W W T L L L L W L L L W W T W W L W W L L W W L L L L L L W T L L L L L W L W L L W W L W W W W L W

3-1 1-1 OT 2-3 2-5 5-2 * 6-2 6-4 5-4 7-2 4-3 OT 3-9 5-1 4-1 2-3 % 3-3 % 5-4 6-2 1-2 3-4 OT 5-8 4-3 OT 5-4 OT 3-6 3-2 8-6 2-2 OT 2-10 5-6 OT 1-8 2-6 5-3 3-4 OT 1-6 1-5 4-3 4-3 OT 4-4 OT 4-2 7-2 2-6 6-4 6-5 OT 2-4 3-8 OT 5-4 OT 5-1 & 7-10 2-3 OT 3-6 3-4 1-4 2-6 3-2 4-4 OT 3-4 3-7 1-9 % 2-6 % 3-4 4-3 2-3 4-3 3-4 3-7 6-3 5-3 2-3 5-1 % 3-1 6-2 5-3 3-8 4-2

Michigan Technological University 109


1-12-96 1-13-96 2-9-96 2-10-96 10-11-96 10-12-96 2-21-97 2-22-97 10-17-97 10-18-97 10-9-98 10-10-98 12-27-98 10-8-99 10-9-99 11-19-99 11-20-99 10-6-00 12-8-00 12-9-00 1-5-01 12-14-01 12-15-01 10-5-02 12-13-02 10-17-03 10-18-03 12-12-03 12-13-03 11-4-04 11-6-04 2-17-05 2-19-05 10-21-05 10-22-05 10-13-06 10-14-06 10-12-07 12-14-07 12-15-07

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

L W W L L W L L T W L L L L L L L T L L W W L L W L W T L T L T L L L W L L T L

3-4 4-2 6-2 1-6 2-3 5-2 3-4 3-5 4-4 OT 8-2 2-8 0-3 1-8 0-9 0-3 2-4 2-4 3-3 OT 1-4 2-5 4-2 5-3 1-6 1-4 3-2 3-4 OT 7-6 OT 3-3 OT 0-2 6-6 OT 3-6 3-3 OT 3-5 1-5 1-2 2-1 0-1 2-3 1-1 0-2

W-L-T W W W W L L L L W W L W L W W W T L W L W W W W L

Score 9-1 9-3 19-0 13-0 2-4 2-4 2-8 0-5 5-3 6-5 2-5 7-4 2-3 4-3 3-0 4-1 1-1 OT 2-6 5-1 4-7 3-1 % 6-5 % 6-1 3-2 1-2 OT

St. Cloud State

Overall - 24-46-5 Home - 16-20-2 Away - 8-26-3 Neutral - 1-0-0

Date 1-23-48 1-24-48 1-6-56 1-7-56 10-13-89 10-14-89 1-19-90 1-20-90 11-16-90 11-17-90 2-8-91 2-9-91 11-29-91 11-30-91 1-10-92 1-11-92 12-11-92 12-12-92 1-22-93 1-23-93 3-12-93 3-13-93 10-22-93 10-23-93 2-26-94

H-A H H H H H H A A A A H H A A H H A A H H H H H H A

2-27-94 1-13-95 1-14-95 12-9-95 12-10-95 2-2-96 2-3-96 3-7-96 11-29-96 11-30-96 2-28-97 3-1-97 11-7-97 11-8-97 2-13-98 2-14-98 3-13-98 3-14-98 3-15-98 11-13-98 11-14-98 1-15-99 1-16-99 1-14-99 1-15-99 12-1-00 12-2-00 1-12-01 1-13-01 10-19-01 10-20-01 2-8-02 2-9-02 1-31-03 2-1-03 10-24-03 10-25-03 2-6-04 2-7-04 11-12-04 11-13-04 11-11-05 11-12-05 2-24-06 2-25-06 12-1-06 12-2-06 11-9-07 11-10-07 2-22-08 2-23-08

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

L W W L L T L W T L L L L L L L L W L W W W W L L L L L L L L L L W L T L L L L L W L L T L L L L L L

Wisconsin

Overall - 50-87-9 Home - 22-29-4 Away - 26-54-5 Neutral - 2-4-0

Date 1927-28 1927-28 12-27-28 2-9-29 12-19-29 12-20-29 12-31-31 1-1-32 1-13-32 1-14-33 12-21-33 12-22-33 12-8-67

110 Michigan Technological University

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All-Time Letterwinners Forwards/Defensemen Name (Years) No.’s Worn Pos Abbey, Bruce (1971-75) 22 D Adams, Conway (1949-51) 3 F Ahlsten, Carl (1968-71) 14 F Aitken, A.J. (1996-2000) 22 F Akervall, Henry (1959-62) 6 D Amadio, Greg (1999-2003) 6 D Amadio, Ron (1967-70) 19 D Anderson, Nick (2002-06) 28/10 F Angelow, Ryan (2005- ) 13 F Angotti, Lou (1959-62) 15 F Archibald, John (1984-88) 14 F Aubry, Pete (1954-58) 12/10 F Axtell, Phil (2006-07) 26 F Baker, Jordan (2007- ) 22 W/C Barbe, Jean (1953-56) 9 F Batovanja, Mike (2004-07) 13/17 F Beaupre, Bob (1954-56) 5 D Becker, Russ (1984-88) 28 D Begg, Gary (1960-63) 11 D Bell, George (1966-69) 10 F Bickley, Mike (2002-03) 18 F Bissett, Jim (1979-83) 11/16/27 F Bissett, Tom (1985-89) 10/11 F Bjerken, Bret (1977-79) 21 F Blais, Ron (1954-55) 14 F Boehm, Rick (1978-82) 15 F Bonner, Jim (1989-92) 6/7 D Bottoms, O.J. (1999-2001) 10 F Bourchard, Steve (1974-77) 8/9 F Bourke, Tom (1958-61) 8/12 F Boxer, Herb (1967-70) 16 F Boxer, Jay (1988-90) 12/20 F Boyko, Landon (1998-2000) 4 F Brkic, Darren (1990-93) 3 D/F Brooks, Bob (1964-65) 17 F Brooks, Omer (1951-53) 13 F Brown, Bob (1950-53) D Brown, Justin (2000-04) 4 D Buchmann, Pete (1956-59) 9/15/21 F BuGera, Jeff (1965-66) 17 F Bumbacco, Gerald (1963-65) 11/16 F Bunger, Ryan (2006- ) 21 F Bunney, Robert (1949-51) F Butlin, Bryan (1970-71) 5 D Cabana, Paul (1998-2002) 12 F Canale, Anthony (1986-88) Carroll, Jim (1986-90) 8 F Casey, Pat (1960-63) 16 F Caterer, Ed (1964-66) 19 F Cattarello, Carlo (1958-59) 11 F Cederberg, Rob (1987-89) 27 F Chestolowski, Ed (1969-72) 7 F Chivers, Dan (1963-64) 10 D Cichocki, Chris (1982-85) 19 F Clark, Brian (1981-85) 16 F Coates, Steve (1970-73) 14/15/19 F Colvin, Marc (1984-88) 8/9 F Comi, Angelo (1956-59) 5 D Compton, Scott (1982-86) 6/11 D Confrey, Dave (1964-66) 11 F Conner, Chris (2002-06) 25 F Cook, Ally (1983-87) 16/25 F Coppo, Paul (1957-60) 16 F Cousens, Deron (2007- ) 26 D Cowan, Dave (1958-60) 18 F Crockatt, Wally (1954-57) 2/18 D Crosby, Gary (1970-72) 21 F Cuculic, Tony (1953-57) 4/12/16 F D’Alvise, Bob (1971-75) 8 F Dart, Fred (1962-65) 7 F Day, Sean (1997-99) 10 F deBastiani, Joe (1950-53) 14 F Decker, Dana (1974-78) 11 F Decker, Todd (1986-87) 15 F DeGiacomo, Dwight (1989-91) 15 F DeLorenzo, Tony (2000-02) 28 F Dempsey, Ed (1973-77) 6/21 D DeNat, Brent (1979-80) 14/23 F Desjardine, Ken (1967-70) 2 D Desmet, Taggert (2003-06) 7/9 F Dobson, Drew (2006- ) 5 D Dockeray, Jack (1956-59) 2/10/12 F Doetzel, Jaron (1998-2002) 25 F Dora, Marek (2003-05) 18 D Downey, Dennis (1967-70) 24 F

GP 128 0 58 140 86 124 80 134 72 89 154 91 27 37 59 146 22 83 89 93 3 143 163 48 17 147 83 2 53 74 97 13 35 34 4 0 0 149 82 7 46 29 0 4 109 16 133 62 61 9 64 85 24 116 100 100 76 63 156 38 151 135 85 22 58 76 67 86 149 72 33 61 159 38 24 20 117 32 97 104 23 81 100 54 53

G 6 2 26 14 12 2 3 22 8 71 75 48 2 3 25 13 1 2 27 12 0 45 65 23 5 66 4 0 5 9 37 1 0 0 1 1 0 11 25 0 7 5 2 0 37 2 38 18 6 4 5 37 2 67 23 25 6 3 2 10 69 29 59 1 4 2 44 22 100 22 1 33 56 10 3 1 18 13 7 21 1 27 8 3 4

A 52 11 19 17 35 8 15 17 8 61 84 43 7 6 15 31 2 4 51 42 0 63 94 18 4 143 4 0 8 34 36 0 4 5 0 0 2 48 36 1 6 5 1 0 20 0 38 23 14 2 7 49 3 54 31 29 12 6 25 9 60 61 75 6 4 10 52 39 117 20 1 37 69 15 2 4 78 22 27 36 4 33 10 17 6

TP P-M 58 111-244 13 0 45 25-50 31 76-179 47 43-89 10 136-339 18 39-94 39 15-30 16 6/12 132 54-132 159 44-97 91 21-48 9 14-36 9 16/43 40 13-37 44 55-148 3 8-16 6 57-115 78 50-112 54 51-105 0 1-2 108 84-179 159 33-66 41 16-32 9 2-4 209 50-107 8 32-76 0 0-0 13 30-60 43 5-13 73 41-85 1 6-13 4 25-50 5 18-44 1 0-0 1 2 2 4 59 78-156 61 12-25 1 0-0 13 6-15 10 11-33 3 0 0 2 57 68-185 2 8 76 64-147 41 26-66 20 13-36 6 2-4 12 24-48 86 15-30 5 9-18 121 26-60 54 65-146 54 53-114 18 41-83 9 23-46 27 155-321 19 12-24 129 22-44 90 30-60 134 6-12 7 8 9-18 12 35-70 96 21-48 61 18-39 217 10-20 42 16-38 2 8-16 70 125 51-102 25 19-38 5 6-12 5 2-15 96 94-215 35 45-101 34 45-98 57 47-94 5 13-26 60 54-140 18 19-38 20 30-60 10 3-6

Hometown Belmont, Ontario Birmingham, Mich. Etobicoke, Ontario Ft. McMurray, Alberta Port Arthur, Ontario Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Winthrop Harbor, Ill. Mississauga, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Aurora, Ontario North Bay, Ontario New Windsor, Maryland Chestermere, Alberta Coniston, Alberta Hinton, Alberta Calgary, Alberta Virginia, Minn. Moosominn, Saskatchewan North Battleford, Saskatchewan Anaheim, Calif. Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Edina, Minn. North Bay, Ontario Allan, Saskatchewan Grand Rapids, Minn. Hibbing, Minn. Brooklyn Center, Minn. Toronto, Ontario Hancock, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Sherwood Park, Alberta Quesnel, British Columbia Winnipeg, Manitoba Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Eagan, Minn. Schumacher, Ontario Regina, Saskatchewan Sault St. Marie, Ontario Sammamish, Wash. Port Arthur, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Calgary, Alberta Edina, Minn. Kirkland Lake, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Lynn Lake, Minn. Kamloops, British Columbia Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Sarnia, Ontario Warren, Mich. Scarborough, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Huntsville, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Scarborough, Ontario Winnipeg, Manitoba Westland, Mich. Ganges, British Columbia Hancock, Mich. Georgetown, Ontario Port Arthur, Ontario Sault, Ontario Kitchener, Ontario Sudbury, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Lindsay, Ontario Edmonton, Alberta Cobart, Ontario Brooklyn Center, Minn. Vancouver, British Columbia Thunder Bay, Ontario Bay Village, Ohio Kamloops, British Columbia Victoria, British Columbia Scarborough, Ontario Strathmore, Alberta Palatine, Ill. Toronto, Ontario Red Deer, Alberta Lednice, Czech Republic Cranbrook, British Columbia

A.J. Aitken

Jim Bissett

Tom Bissett

Gary Crosby

Michigan Technological University 111


Forwards/Defensemen

Bob Gitzen

Geordi Hamilton

Shawn Harrison

Dave Joelson

Draper, Dave (1962-64) 8 F Draper, Mike (1960-63) 7 F Drazenovich, Lou (1975-79) 22 F Drew, Jim (1954-55) D Dupont, David (1994-96) 22 D Durno, Chris (1999-03) 26 F Dwyer, Murphy (2002-03) 2 D Engelhardt, Brett (2000-04) 8 F Erkkila, Harold (1975-1976) Ewacha, Rod (1989-92) 13/25 F Fabbro, Gerald (1958-61) 17 F Fabry, Chuck (1999-2003) 16 F Farrell, Dan (1957-61) 7 F Ferguson, Chris (1974-78) 9/14/17 F Ferguson, Kyle (1992-95) 6 F Figliomeni, Mike (1992-96) 19 F Flake, Richard (1978-80) 22/23/28 F Flanagan, Tim (1984-86) 18/20 F Foote, Jordan (2004-2008) 26/11 F Frantti, Bill (1948-50) F Freeman, Graham (1966-68) 17/20/22 F Fritz, Kevin (1983-87) 4/11 F Fuller, Bob (1958-59) 2 D Fure, Adrian (1997-2001) 2 D Gagne, Alex (2005- ) 18 F Galetto, Joe (1964-67) 10/21 F Garvey, Liam (1992-95) 27 D Giachino, Brian (1986-87) 21 D Gibbons, Matt (2002-03) 19 F Gibbs, John (1967-70) 18 F Gilson, Mark (1962-63) F Gitzen, Bob (1949-50) F Gingell, Ed (1953-54) 13 F Glover, Harvey (1953-57) 3 D Goddard, Nels (1974-78) 2 D Gorman, Mike (1964-67) 2 D Grant, Peter Sr. (1966-68) 6 D Grant, Peter Jr. (1989-90) 17 F/D Greco, Brady (2001-02) 2 D Greenleaf, Tom (1970-71) Grisdale, John (1968-71) 6 D Gwilliam, Malcolm (2004- ) 7/9 F Haddad, John (1977-80) 19/25 D Hanchuk, Jason (1992-95) 20 D Haines, John (1966-69) 7/16 F Hall, Fred (1965-68) 20/21 F Hamilton, Geordie (1982-86) 21/28 F Hamilton, Graham (1984-86) 8 F Hanchuk, Jason (1992-95) 20 D Hannon, Brian (1983-85/86-88) 10/15/25 F Hansen, John (1976-78) 24 F Harkonen, Greg (1980-82) 25 F Harris, Doug (1982-86) 24 F Harris, Tim (1994-95) 4 D Harrison, Shawn (1986-90) 24 F Hartman, John (2001-05) 20/23 F Hartnell, Devin (1996-2000) 24 F Hartnett, Tim (1988-92) 12/25 F Hartviksen, Lei (1971-73) 9/22 F Harwich, Ernie (1953-54) 5 D Hauswirth, Bob (1957-60) 17/21 D Hauswirth, Mike (1989-92) 18 F Hay, Greg (1976-80) 10 F Heino, Roy (1962-65) 6/16 F Helminen, Kurt (1975-76) 17 F Helminen, Ken (1976-78) 27 F Helminen, Lars (2003-07) 6 D Hendricks, Tom (1978-79) 9/14 F Henrich, Charlie (1986-88) 2 D Hermanson, Don (1958-60/61-62) 20 F Hirr, Ravio (1971-72) Hill, George (1962-64) 15 F Hill, Jeff (1990-94) 5 D Hinton, Doug (1967-70) 5 D Hjelmquist, Dennis (1977-81) 4 D Holden, Lorne (1953-57) 4/16/17 D Holm, Al (1962-66) 20 F Hoy, Ben (1996-97) 23 F Huculak, Dennis (1964-66) 3 D Hunter, Brian (1993-96) 2 D Hurd, Kelly (1987-91) 22/27 F Hussey, Tom (1986-88) 19/29 F Husted, Jim (1982-83) 2 D Hyyrynen, Tommi (1995-97) 6 D Impola, Henrik (2003-04) 34 D/F Ivanitz, John (1960-63) 9 F Jarvey, Gerald (1976-77) 23 D

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56 89 103 7 71 130 4 149 0 74 84 69 84 95 70 127 13 47 83 31 22 17 24 122 34 4 136 16 9 46 6 3 0 72 129 65 38 14 24 1 94 72 93 116 86 52 144 15 115 155 15 7 158 17 141 120 135 89 71 25 66 49 141 59 5 19 153 28 32 56 0 56 153 97 135 99 79 3 61 22 155 49 27 63 1 84 0

24 42 16 0 8 22 0 51 0 4 46 4 19 20 14 20 1 7 5 1 4 14 3 6 5 0 13 0 0 5 0 1 0 3 6 0 5 0 1 0 11 10 27 7 39 19 49 0 7 75 0 0 41 0 59 7 22 6 23 0 4 0 46 12 0 1 14 2 0 9 0 42 4 8 9 18 33 0 6 0 77 7 1 0 0 52 0

34 36 28 1 29 26 0 54 0 7 67 5 11 37 11 42 1 8 8 5 2 20 15 27 10 0 30 0 0 7 0 1 0 15 40 6 10 1 9 0 41 11 44 24 42 25 69 0 24 68 5 1 75 8 87 3 36 3 20 3 24 2 91 15 0 2 68 3 4 12 0 42 15 26 42 25 34 0 30 0 71 12 2 9 0 53 0

58 78 44 1 37 48 0 105 0 11 113 9 30 57 25 62 2 15 13 6 6 34 18 33 15 0 43 0 0 12 0 2 0 18 46 6 15 1 10 0 52 21 71 31 81 44 118 0 31 143 5 1 116 8 146 10 58 9 43 3 28 2 137 27 0 3 82 5 4 21 0 84 19 34 51 43 67 0 36 0 148 19 3 9 0 105 0

4-8 59-140 53 4 209 184 2 109-228 0 7-15 46-95 10-20 25-66 35-73 64-139 46-92 7-14 31-70 31-75 3-9 10-20 43-86 8-19 37-77 5-10 0-0 107-231 5-10 6-16 5-10 0-0 1-2 0 7-14 55-110 55-110 20-40 5-10 14-28 0 74-168 18-44 59-121 99-201 24-51 13-37 64-131 3-6 201 54-117 6 3-9 68-163 29-85 74-175 22-63 96-244 8-24 32-75 19-41 14-28 15-38 36-88 7-17 1-2 4-8 67-156 2-4 19-38 5-10 0 14-28 138-299 30-68 93-186 79-173 27-62 0-0 40-88 14-28 78-164 32-73 14-28 37-77 0-0 14-36 0

Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa, Ontario Bloomington, Minn. Trucha, Alberta Cumberland, R.I. Scarborough, Ontario Burnsville, Minn. Sheboygan, Wis. Calgary, Alberta Trail, British Columbia Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Hamilton, Ontario Thunder Bay, Ontario Don Mills, Ontario Thunder Bay, Ontario Tacoma, Wash. Red Deer, Aberta Edmonton, Alberta Calumet, Mich. Toronto, Ontario St. Cloud, Minn. Copper Cliff, Ontario Marquette, Mich. Rock Forest, Quebec Laurium, Mich. Glenwood, Ill. Calumet, Mich. Whistler, British Columbia Detroit, Mich. Ann Arbor, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Durrillville, R.I. Calgary, Alberta North Vancouver, British Columbia Houghton, Mich. New Liskeard, Ontario New Liskeard, Ontario Middleton, Wis. Toronto, Ontario Kamloops, British Columbia Port Huron, Mich. Nepean, Ontario New Liskeard, Ontario Windsor, Ontario Hershey, Pa. Hershey, Pa. Nepean, Ontario Clinton, N.Y. N. St. Paul, Minn. South Range, Mich. Oshawa, Ontario 100 Mile House, British Columbia Victoria, British Columbia Faribault, Minn. Lloydminster, Alberta Hayward, Wis. Thunder Bay, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Hancock, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Portland, Ore. Port Huron, Mich. Laurium, Mich. Laurium, Mich. Brighton, Mich. Bloomington, Minn. Edina, Minn. Hancock, Mich. Flin Flon, Manitoba Lloydminster, Alberta Toronto, Ontario Varnamo, Sweden North Bay, Ontario Rossland, British Columbia Ft. St. James, British Columbia Edmonton, Alberta Woodbury, Minn. Castlegar, British Columbia Aurora, Ontario Flint, Mich. Lappeenranta, Finland Brainerd, Minn. Regina, Saskatchewan Calumet, Mich.


Forwards/Defensemen Jaschuk, John (1971-74) 15 F 111 Jensen, Eric (1993-97) 18 D 150 Jensen, Paul (1973-78) 3/6 D 146 Jensen, Steve (1973-75) 19 F 81 Jessee, Scott (1972-76) 24 F 150 Joelson, Dave (1975-79) 16 F 157 Johansson, Per-Ake (1977-81) 20 F 120 Johnson, Aaron (2003-04) 26 F 5 Johnson, Barry (1959-62) 14 F 88 Johnston, Jeff (1978-82) 24 D 141 Jones, Don (1967-69) 20 F 7 Junttila, Jake (1999-2000) 10 D/F 0 Kaiman, Tom (1998-2002) 5 D 100 Karlander, Al (1966-69) 8 F 93 Kattelus, Eric (2007- ) 15 W/C 34 Keiver, Jeff (1999-2000) 14 F 72 Keller, Rick (1975-79) 26 F 90 Kennedy, Tom (1955-59) 14 F 105 Kerr, Jimmy (2004- ) 22/19 F 109 Kestner, Jerry (1953-54) 17 F 25 Kestner, Ray (1951-54) 7 F 41 Ketzenberger, Brent (1988-89) 21 F 5 Kinch, Rob (1995-97) 16 F 58 Kinrade, Geoff (2005- ) 12 D 73 Kisil, John (1993-97) 7 F 115 Kitti, Derek (2005- ) 28 F 33 Kivisto, John (2006- ) 25 D/F 6 Klukie, Richard (1969-70) 22 F 2 Korczak, Chad (1996-97) 20 D 32 Kosiancic, John (1957-60) 9 F 86 Koski, Doug (1948-53) 15 F 49 Kotajarvi, Jim (1997-98) 14 F 10 Krajcovic, Lubos (1996-97) 17 F 13 Krueger, Quinton (1997-2000) 20 F 85 Kryway, Jim (1966-69) 11/12 F 90 Kryzer, Austyn (1994-98) 31 F 104 Kulju, Ken (1951-54) 4 D LaFramboise, Claude (1956-57) 13 D 4 LaHaye, Lorne (1954-57) 1/16/18 F 82 LaHaye, Tom (1954-55) 16/17 F 17 Lane, Mitch (1992-94) 14 F 32 Lardner, Tab (1997-2001) 27 F 141 Lauen, Mike (1979-83) 22 F 147 Lauriente, Don (1959-63) 4 D 81 Laurila, Tim (1998-2002) 19 F/D 97 LeBel, Layne (1990-94) 4 D 149 Leiman, Pete (1963-66) 6 D 84 Lenton, Ryan (2000-02) 7 D 31 Letzgus, Steve (1975-77) 4 D 71 Lewis, Andy (1995-97) 3 D 85 Lewis, Matt (1998-2000) 3 D 14 Lewis, Randy (1989-92) 26 F 94 Lishinski, Gary (1971-73) 6 D 11 Loconsole, Frank (1979-83) 11/14 F 131 Loeppky, Mark (1995-97) 14 F 51 London, Lorne (1956-57) 24 Lord, Alex (2005- ) 26/7 F 59 Lorimer, Bob (1971-75) 5 D 147 Luknowsky, Jay (1987-91) 16/26 F 157 Lyle, George (1973-76) 10 F 100 Machacek, Martin (1992-96) 29 F 87 MacLellan, Gary (1962-64) 17 F 52 Maki, Wilbert (1951-52) F 10 Malekoff, Mark (2004-08) 4 D 107 Manninen, Kevin (1990-92) 6/20 F 48 Markham, Ryan (2001-05) 14 F 82 Maroste, Mark (1981-85) 8/15 F 126 Marshall, Bob (1966-69) 9 F 70 Martini, Darcy (1988-92) 28 D 124 Mattson, Brad (1985-86) 22 F 3 Mayer, Jim (1972-76) 27 F 131 McDonald, Alec (1969-70) 8 F 9 McDonald, Reid (1988-92) 11 F 125 McEwen, Hugh (1990-93) 10 F 46 McGinn, George (1951-54) 2/3 D McKay, Randy (1984-88) 23 F 145 McKee, Jason (1997-99) 7 F 27 McKnight, Terry (1968-71) 22 F 89 McLay, Bill (1954-58) 11/12/19 F 89 McLeod, Allen (1968-71) 3/17 D 89 McManus, Jack (1953-57) 7 F 107 McNabb, Ron (1963-64) 14 F 1 McPhail, Ken (1970-72) 3/4 D 49 Merkosky, Glenn (1978-79) 11/27 F 38 Merlo, Al (1959-62) 2 D 85 Merrifield, Ray (1953-55) 3/9/10 F 48 Meyers, Bret (1994-98) 26 F 141

24 7 9 33 21 72 36 0 18 17 4 0 7 58 2 5 11 39 18 6 10 0 8 6 8 2 0 2 0 64 4 0 0 3 25 16 6 0 23 4 4 21 73 7 8 25 8 1 5 1 0 6 0 30 2 5 2 16 36 93 17 7 0 1 8 5 25 23 19 0 47 1 7 9 7 38 2 30 32 29 88 0 5 14 12 16 51

36 25 39 41 39 80 33 0 36 67 1 0 11 38 8 10 12 76 16 6 19 0 6 20 17 0 1 1 2 67 9 1 1 15 26 12 6 1 26 5 2 34 73 18 18 68 26 3 21 9 0 4 2 69 6 4 3 55 50 73 9 7 1 9 14 6 47 30 43 0 68 2 13 7 14 63 4 37 27 46 72 0 15 29 28 24 38

60 32 48 74 60 152 69 0 54 84 5 0 18 96 10 15 23 115 34 12 29 0 14 26 25 2 1 3 2 131 13 1 1 18 51 28 12 1 49 9 6 55 146 25 26 93 34 4 26 10 0 10 2 99 8 9 5 71 86 166 26 14 1 10 22 11 72 53 62 0 115 3 20 16 21 101 6 67 59 75 160 0 20 43 40 40 89

17-34 59-146 44-91 25-50 33-74 18-36 23-46 0-0 16-32 81-162 0 0-0 62-151 21-58 7/25 21-42 26-52 16-48 73-190 6-12 0-0 0-0 11-30 34-76 32-75 1-2 1-2 0-0 12-24 40-96 5-10 2-4 2-4 11-22 9-18 50-116 5-10 1-2 26-52 1-2 4-8 75-169 38-76 39-78 55-137 71-156 89-185 3-6 4-167 37-77 5-10 67-158 4-8 29-58 10-20 29 10-31 121-251 69-146 61-138 51-113 12-24 0-0 60-128 7-22 9-18 51-102 23-49 1191-499 0 52-104 2-4 31-63 45-106 11-25 92-192 5-10 39-81 24-48 25-56 29-83 0 42-92 11-22 26-52 10-20 66-160

Toronto, Ontario Eden Prairie, Minn. Crystal, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. St. Clair Shores, Mich. Virginia, Minn. Hedemora, Sweden Plymouth, Minn. Weston, Ontario Gross Pt. Woods, Mich. Kimberly, British Columbia Calumet, Mich. Chesterfield, Mo. Lac La Hache, British Columbia Houghton, Mich. Kimberley, British Columbia Hummelstown, Pa. Calgary, Alberta Leduc, Alberta Houghton, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Allen Park, Mich. Eastend, Saskatchewan Nelson, British Columbia Canton, Mich. Laurium, Mich. Brighton, Mich. Port Arthur, Ontario Wetaskiwin, Alberta Rossland, British Columbia Houghton, Mich. Madison, Wis. Banska Bystrica, Slovakia Stillwater, Minn. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Afton, Minn. Franklin Mine, Mich. North Bay, Ontario Sault, Ontario Houghton, Mich. Laguna Hills, Calif. Edmonton, Alberta Edina, Minn. Trail, British Columbia Moorhead, Minn. Val Marie, Saskatchewan Cranbrook, British Columbia Bloomington, Minn. Port Huron, Mich. Mandeville, La. Fairbanks, Alaska Kyle, Saskatchewan Houghton, Mich. Sterling Heights, Mich. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Tab Lardner

Ryan Markham

Magog, Quebec Downsview, Ontario Trail, British Columbia North Vancouver, British Columbia Scarborough, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Hancock, Mich. Grande Prairie, Alberta Calumet, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Virginia, Minn. Ajax, Ontario Castlegar, British Columbia Calumet, Mich. Capreol, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Eagle River, Alaska Calgary, Alberta Sudbury, Ontario Kirkland, Quebec Irma, Alberta New Liskeard, Ontario High Falls, Ontario Calgary, Alberta North Bay, Ontario Kirkland Lake, Ontario Kimberley, British Columbia Kamloops, British Columbia Trail, British Columbia Copper Cliff, Ontario Uxbridge, Ontario

Jim Mayer

Brad Mueller

Michigan Technological University 113


Forwards/Defensemen

Rob Murray

Mike Nepi

Mel Pearson

Jason Prokopetz

Mickalich, Al (1977-81) 17/27 F 122 33 54 87 41-82 Mikesch, Bob (1961-63) 19 F 13 4 5 9 1-2 Mikesch, Jeff (1993-97) 10 F 154 41 36 77 121-307 Mikesch, Pat (1992-96) 9 F 153 57 112 169 103-276 Mikesh, Robert (1961-62) 19 F 7 4 5 9 2 Milroy, Gary (1964-67) 14 F 82 56 69 125 14-36 Mizia, Dick (1976-77) 25 D 0 0 0 0 0 Moffat, Lyle (1968-70) 21 F 57 22 30 52 24-80 Monahan, Bob (1948-50/52-53) 2 D 52 17 23 40 78-159 Monahan, Ed (1951-52) F 0 6 2 8 0 Mott, Darwin (1969-73) 10 F 163 52 99 151 27-54 Moy, Rodger (1976-80) 7 F 148 54 98 152 61-122 Mueller, Brad (1996-2000) 9 F 152 41 30 71 54-127 Mulligan, Kevin (1996-97) 28 D 36 2 18 20 24-70 Murphy, Colin (2001-05) 11 F 145 54 98 152 67-150 Murphy, Kelly (1984-88) 7/18 D 129 2 24 26 44-88 Murphy, Steve (1979-84) 9 F 144 73 92 165 65-144 Murray, Bob (1969-70) D 32 3 12 15 61 Murray, Jim (1972-76) 4 D 146 4 33 37 22-44 Murray, Rob (1968-71) 4 D 95 11 44 55 78-171 Nahrgang, Jim (1970-74) 2 D 137 33 71 104 147-316 Nelson, Jeff (1978-79) 3/18/25 D 35 2 4 6 12-24 Nelson, Riley (1996-2000) 29 F 143 33 55 88 26-55 Nepi, Mike (1981-85) 3/33 D 148 26 84 110 100-228 Nettell, Ron (1948-50/52-53) 11 F 41 27 19 46 11-22 Noble, Kip (1986-90) 5/10 D 156 36 87 123 78-165 Noblet, Richard (1946-50) D Novak, Richard (1984-89) 17 F 165 35 42 77 44-88 O’Connor, Mike (1979-83) 5/19 D 133 4 30 34 104-208 Obermeyer, Jake (2004-05) 2 D 11 1 1 2 3-6 Olson, Marcus (1946-50) 7 F 71 50 68 118 0-0 Olson, Ted (1946-50) 6 F 71 62 62 124 0-0 Orpe, Gerald (1957-58) 3 D 5 0 2 2 0-0 Osborne, Don (1989-93) 3/21 D 93 14 22 36 35-78 Ostlund, Stu (1974-78) 15/16 F 160 80 133 213 29-61 Oswald, Randy (1983-87) 6 D 147 7 32 39 114-229 Palkovich, Mark (1978-82) 6 D 129 11 38 49 54-124 Pallante, Bob (1961-64) 3 D 84 3 34 37 54-111 Pallante, Rob (1988-90) 5 D 18 1 2 3 3-6 Parnell, Greg (1988-92) 14/23 F 143 27 36 63 41-106 Pascht, John (1958-61) 3 D 83 11 39 50 56-134 Patterson, Al (1961-64) 18 F 61 7 11 18 2-4 Patterson, Allan (1961-62) 0 0 0 0 0 Patterson, Brad (1998-2002) 18 F 107 11 35 46 30-60 Patterson, Colin (1964-67) 18 F 91 35 60 95 23-46 Payne, Davis (1988-92) 19 F 130 37 34 71 123-273 Pearson, Kurt (1981-84) 23 F 94 17 33 50 75-158 Pearson, Mel (1977-81) 8 F 97 21 35 56 47-105 Peca, Justin (1991-94) 8 F 91 22 7 29 42-92 Penberthy, Bob (1950-51) 0 1 0 1 0 Perez, Bryan (2001-03) 22 F 71 15 29 44 34-82 Perrault, Kirby (1990-94) 25 D 112 6 12 18 86-172 Perrett, Craig (1994-98) 12 F 145 21 20 41 101-249 Peterson, Brent (1991-95) 17 F 158 80 64 144 52-107 Peterson, Don (1980-82) D 45 1 7 8 33-69 Peterson, Doug (1950-51) F 22 14 1 15 0-0 Peterson, Kyle (1993-97) 15 F 141 35 37 72 91-196 Peterson, Skip (1981-82) 10 1 5 6 36 Piasecki, Victor (1953-54) 11 F 25 11 11 22 3-6 Pietila, Phil (2002-05) 10 F 29 0 2 2 2-4 Pittis, Jon (2000-04) 9 F 140 28 48 76 47-116 Plaquin, Ken (1989-93) 2 D 128 9 30 39 24-48 Porter, Don (1983-87) 27 F 141 40 28 68 44-88 Pozzo, Jim (1954-55) F 2 0 1 1 5 Prentice, Bill (1970-73) 20 D 92 11 24 35 78-186 Prokopetz, Jason (1994-98) 11 F 136 20 17 37 163-405 Puro, Ray (1950-53) 9 F 61 56 34 90 0-0 Pushie, Wayne (1969-73) 12/20 F 118 20 31 51 64-131 Radke, Al (1980-84) 18 F 109 33 24 57 33-77 Radovich, B.J. (2002-05) 15 F 90 4 6 10 8-16 Rangus, Bob (2000-02) 15 F 90 4 6 10 8-16 Rankin, Rob (2001-02) 15 F 35 1 2 3 21-42 Rautiola, Lloyd (1950-53) 10 F 21 33 54 Raymond, Al (1958-61) 10 F 68 27 25 52 10-36 Reade, Bob (1967-68) 14 F 11 2 2 4 2-4 Reall, Bob (1950-52) F 41 11 23 34 Rebellato, Gene (1961-63) 10 F 59 28 49 77 13-37 Reid, Steward (1956-57) F 0 0 0 0 0 Reierson, Dave (1982-86) 5/8 D 151 18 72 90 114-248 Ricchi, Ben (1950-51) 0 1 3 4 0 Ricci, Joe (1948-50) F 8 5 13 4-16 Riutta, Barry (1981-85) 26/33 D 57 0 5 5 36-72 Riutta, Bruce (1964-67) 5 D 90 6 28 34 31-70 Rivalin, Edgar (1953-54) 3 D 25 8 5 13 8-19 Rivet, Gilles (1953-54) 14 F 25 8 5 13 8-19 Roberts, Peter (1974-78) 12/19/24 F 132 29 34 63 43-86 Robertson, Bill (1950-51) 0 4 4 8 0

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Pleasant Ridge, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Toronto, Ontario Superior, Wis. Calgary, Alberta Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Creelman, Saskatchewan Rochester, Mich. Fort McMurray, Alberta Fort McMurray, Alberta Fort McMurray, Alberta Regina, Saskatchewan Redford, Mich. Burlington, Ontario Burlington, Ontario Kitchener, Ontario Rochester, Minn. Cranbrook, British Columbia St. Clair Shores, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Dawson Creek, British Columbia Hancock, Mich. Kamloops, British Columbia Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Chanhassen, Minn. Marquette, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Calgary, Alberta Kenora, Ontario Vancouver, British Columbia Brantford, Ontario Bloomington, Minn. Toronto, Ontario Toronto, Ontario Prince George, British Columbia Toronto, Ontario Kimberley, British Columbia Cranbrook, British Columbia Kimberley, British Columbia Kamloops, British Columbia Thurnhill, Ontario Edina, Minn. Maple, Ontario Blaine, Minn. Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta Calgary, Alberta Thunder Bay, Ontario Burnsville, Minn. Atlantic Mine, Mich. Thunder Bay, Ontario Hamilton, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Calgary, Alberta Calgary, Alberta Thunder Bay, Ontario Soo, Ontario Oshawa, Ontario Esterhazy, Saskatchewan Sudbury, Ontario Melfort, Saskatchewan Ponoka, Alberta Hermantown, Minn. Hermantown, Minn. Eagan, Minn. Hancock, Mich. Kamloops, British Columbia Kirkland Lake, Ontario Willimantic, Conn. Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Cochenour, Mich. Bashaw, Alberta Houghton, Mich. DePere, Wis. Hancock, Mich. Creighton Mines, Ontario Warroad, Minn.


Forwards/Defensemen Rokala, Jim (1986-87) 12 F 12 Rolston, Ron (1986-89) 20 F 110 Rouleau, Pete (2005-08) 14 F 95 Rowe, Dick (1950-51) 0 Roy, Jimmy (1994-96) 21 F 80 Royer, Bennett (2007- ) 16 F 35 Ruhl, Jim (1946-50) 10 F Russell, Jamie (1987-89) 3 D 77 Ruutu, Jarkko (1995-96) 24 F 38 Ryan, Barry (1965-67) 17 F 4 Ryan, Terry (1963-66) 4 D 81 Saittakari, Pekka (2002-06) 32/5 D 92 Salmela, Bruce (1979-80) 27 F 0 Salt, Gord (1976-80) 12 F 130 Sanderson, Aaron (1966-67) 19 F 28 Savage, Andre (1994-98) 8 F 149 Sawchuk, Barry (1967-70) 11 F 80 Schepke, Matt (2004-05) 12 F 3 Schwartz, Brandon (2002-06) 21 F 143 Schwartz, Nick (1976-81) 3/13 D 132 Schwarz, John (2005- ) 22/10 D 98 Scott, John (2002-06) 20 D 126 Scott, Todd (1979-83) 26 F 138 Scriver, Gary (1970-71) 8 F 26 Seale, Travis (1991-95) 16 F 119 Seger, Elov (1959-62) 5 D 72 Shelast, Tyler (2004-08) 8/23 F 151 Shillington, Ed (1967-70) 15 F 93 Sieradzki, Dick (1965-68) 4/21 D 63 Singer, Josh (2001-2003) 29/12 D 42 Skworchinski, Tyler (2003-07) 16 F 113 Snesrud, Mat (1997-01) 32 D 146 Sparks, Joe (1973-78) 6/24/25 D 62 Sparrow, Ward (1979-83) 21 D 120 Stamler, Lorne (1970-74) 16 F 140 St. Cyr, Jeff (1986-90) 3/33 D 155 Steele, Bill (1971-75) 17 F 145 Steele, Tom (1964-65) 21 D 5 Steer, Jamie (1988-92) 9 F 160 Stenlund, Ken (1956-57) 11 F 21 Stenlund, Ron (1954-58) 8/16 F 110 Stevens, Randy (1991-95) 27 F 138 Stewart, Dave (1979-80) 26 F 6 Stiles, Tony (1978-82) 2 D 143 St. Louis, Justin (2005- ) 27 F 85 Stone, Paul (1981-85) 20 F 105 Storm, Jay (1993-94) 11 F 3 Storm, Jim (1990-93) 24 F 108 Sullivan, Brad (2001-05) 27 D 87 Sullivan, Jerry (1959-62) 8 F 93 Sutton, Andy (1994-98) 25 F/D 121 Szymanski, Dave (1987-89) 15 F 9 Taddeucci, Jim (1952-53) F 0 Tattersall, Willie (1953-57) D 93 Terry, Bill (1980-84) 7 F 152 Thompson, Bob (1962-64) 5 D 33 Toneys, Nick (2002-04) 5 D 39 Toothill, Bob (1964-67) 7 F 90 Tormala, Paul (1951-54) 6 F 64 Tucker, Ken (1969-71) 8/12 F 58 Turner, Andy (1978-79) 18 F 27 Turner, Rob (1981-82) 17 F 11 Tustian, Rob (1986-91) 23 F/D 109 Ulvin, Rolf (2003-04) 19 F 30 Ulwelling, Matt (1997-01) 21 F 99 Usitalo, Mike (1970-74) 11 F 109 Vachon, Conrad (1982-84) 4 D 39 VanTassel, Miles (1996-99) 6 D 45 VanTighem, Travis (1994-97) 5 D 103 VanWagner, Mike (2005- ) 2/8 D 38 Vernon, Jim (1975-76) 25 F 0 Vitton, Paul (1951-54) 8 F Vlaisavljevich, Eli (2006- ) 20 D 52 Vorlicek, Elie (1970-74) 14 F 117 Wanhainen, John (1950-51) 0 Watson, Scott (1961-64) 12 F 76 Watters, Tim (1977-81) 5 D 111 Watts, Brian (1967-70) 17 F 94 Way, Clint (1997-2001) 33 D 113 Weinberger, Jarrett (1997-01) 15 F 99 Weir, Melvern (1950-51) F 21 Weller, Glen (1958-59) 6/20 D 10 Weller, Wayne (1964-67) 12 F 91 Wendorf, Steve (1985-89) 2/4 D 129 Werner, Frank (2000-04) 24 F 146 White, George (1959-61) 19 F 56 White, Scott (1985-1989) 18 D 154 Wilcox, Jeff (1973-77) 12 D 83

1 31 19 2 22 2 59 8 12 1 1 0 0 78 2 52 12 0 34 11 1 7 44 6 18 6 51 45 8 2 12 11 4 12 65 2 65 0 74 9 49 47 2 26 10 15 0 63 3 65 22 0 2 8 91 0 2 48 20 12 3 2 10 4 18 71 0 1 8 0 0 22 1 21 6 32 19 37 8 17 8 1 59 3 20 5 20 8

1 37 42 0 28 5 42 22 10 0 21 4 0 60 0 91 11 0 48 40 9 12 67 14 24 20 36 50 20 3 10 44 17 23 64 23 86 1 75 13 57 38 2 55 11 26 0 83 8 77 34 1 4 19 89 5 3 48 7 26 7 1 19 1 32 61 7 3 26 1 0 24 6 40 3 29 74 52 22 18 6 1 64 13 25 8 73 27

2 5-10 68 67-134 61 38-59 2 0 50 61-146 7 7-14 101 30 62-134 22 37-96 1 2-4 22 83-174 4 26-52 0 0 138 55-116 2 9-18 143 83-166 23 19-38 0 0 82 45-109 51 88-182 10 79-169 19 134-347 111 71-150 20 2-4 42 24-48 26 16-32 87 65-130 95 21-45 28 21-45 5 8-16 22 22-44 55 61-138 21 48-107 35 43-86 129 39-86 25 162-340 151 45-106 1 1-2 149 45-98 22 12-35 106 30-83 85 54-108 4 0-0 81 70-151 21 11-22 41 38-76 0 2 146 36-88 11 24-51 142 4-8 56 95-250 1 4-8 6 9 27 116-232 180 56-126 5 15-30 5 13-26 96 42-90 27 4-8 38 20-48 10 22-44 3 1-2 29 77-185 5 15-30 50 36-91 132 50-100 7 26-52 4 9-18 34 98-236 1 20-40 0 0 46 22-47 7 12-35 61 18-36 9 0 61 28-59 93 60-131 89 47-137 30 72-144 35 57-152 14 2 3-6 123 35-78 16 51-113 45 29-58 13 13 93 184 35 50

Crystal, Minn. Fenton, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Sioux Lookout, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Houghton, Mich. Kamloops, British Columbia Vantaa, Finland Kirkland Lake, Ontario Kirkland Lake, Ontario Heinola, Finland Warroad, Minn. Calgary, Alberta Kindersley, Saskatchewan Ottawa, Ontario Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Warren, Mich St. Cloud, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Calgary, Alberta St. Catharines, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Peterborough, Ontario Mississauga, Ontario Fort Frances, Ontario Kelowna British Columbia Edmonton, Alberta Detroit, Mich. Lino Lakes, Minn. Marathon, Ontario Cloquet, Minn. Eagle River, Wis. Kamloops, British Columbia Matagami, Quebec New Liskeard, Ontario Toronto, Ontario New Liskeard, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Rouyn, Quebec Rouyn, Quebec Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Livonia, Mich. Carstairs, Alberta Calgary, Alberta Flint, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Milford, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Noranda, Quebec Kingston, Ontario Woodhaven, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Toronto, Ontario Scarborough, Ontario Kirkland Lake, Ontario Waupaca, Wis. Winnipeg, Manitoba Portage Entry, Mich. Toronto, Ontario Penticton, British Columbia Calgary, Alberta Livonia, Mich. Edina, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Kearsarge, Mich. Rexdale, Ontario Houghton, Mich. Calgary, Alberta Traverse City, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Shoreview, Minn. Toronto, Ontario Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan Kamloops, British Columbia Toronto, Ontario Edmonton, Alberta Detroit, Mich. Calumet, Mich. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Toronto, Ontario Apple Valley, Minn. Grosse Pointe, Mich. Lenside, Ontario Ormstown, Quebec Portland, Ore.

Elov Seger

Tony Stiles

Tim Watters

Rick Yeo

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Forwards/Defensemen

Luciano Caravaggio

Wilkens, Jake (2004-08) 24 D Wright, Jason (1992-96) 28 D Wylie, Cliff (1954-58) 6 F Wylie, Jeff (1979-83) 10/18 F Wilson, Bob (1964-67) 15 F Wilson, Clay (2001-05) 3 F Wilson, Dave (1983-85) 28 F Wilson, Dick (1955-58) D Wilson, Scott (1982-83) 27 D Wimmer, Norm (1961-64) 2 D Wise, Graham (1970-74) 15/18 F Wojcik, Dick (1957-60) D Wright, Jason (1992-96) 28 D Wylie, Cliff (1954-58) F Yeo, Rick (1963-66) 9 F Yoshino, Steve (1964-66) 8 F Young, Dennis (1988-89) Young, Doug (1974-78) 18 D Young, John (1989-93) 22 F Young, Warren (1975-79) 14 F Younger, Stu (1973-77) 20 F Zuke, Mike (1972-76) 7 F Zuke, Ron (1980-84) 12 F

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2 18 43 29 28 4 0 24 0 4 70 0 18 43 43 19 0 7 61 63 48 133 51

7 9 76-193 82 100 86-199 81 124 65-157 28 57 50-108 41 69 28 8 12 9-18 6 50 74 63-143 0 0 3-6 21 25 60-129 75 145 38-98 5 5 54-128 82 100 199 81 124 157 43 86 12-26 32 51 10-28 0 0 12 45 52 55-110 149 210 82-183 67 130 97-237 60 108 70-159 177 310 60-120 54 105 31-62

Eagle River, Alaska Thunder Bay, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Nanaimo, British Columbia Toronto, Ontario Sturgeon Lake, Minn. Kingston, Ontario Tillsonburg, Ontario Massena, N.Y. Montreal, Quebec Toronto, Ontario Kitchener, Ontario Thunder Bay, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Port Arthur, Ontario Winnipeg, Manitoba Wallaceburg, Ontario South St. Paul, Minn. Weston, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Goaltenders

Darryl “Tiger” Pierce

Rick Quance

David Weninger

Name (Years) No.’s Worn GP W-L-T GA Avg Saves Pct Allen, Tom (1981-83) 1 47 26-16-1 169 3.89 1285 .884 Asgrimson, Tim (1979-80) 31 Bauman, Garry (1961-64) 1 75 48-24-3 198 2.64 2045 .916 Best, Rick (1964-67) 1 42 27-12-1 121 2.88 1041 .896 Caravaggio, Luciano (1993-97) 1 96 27-47-11 333 3.92 2496 .882 Cazares, Rick (2002-2004) 30 6 0-3-1 31 4.31 130 .861 Cuculick, George (1957-60) 1 76 41-32-2 246 3.19 1968 .890 Dudley, Nick (1977-78) 1/30 1 0-1-0 4 8.00 10 .714 Ellsworth, Cam (2001-05) 17 117 27-72-10 423 3.89 3510 .892 Esposito, Tony (1964-67) 1 51 38-10-3 130 2.55 1346 .912 Furlan, Frank (1986-88) 1/29 27 5-20-1 143 5.81 802 .849 Hachey, Kevin (2004-08) 33 2 0-0-0 4 5.88 10 .714 Hamilton, Pete (1994-96) 30 3 0-2-0 10 5.77 45 .818 Horsch, Bruce (1974-78) 31 88 58-26-2 344 4.03 2817 .891 Hughes, Bill (1967-68) 1 17 14-6-1 46 2.70 444 .906 Kell, Gerald (1957-59) 1 5 2-2-0 12 2.40 98 .891 Krieber, Frank (1977-81) 1/30/31 50 28-16-3 184 3.74 1433 .886 Kucway, Matt (1994-95) 35 10 3-3-1 40 5.03 230 .852 LaHaye, Andy (1954-57) 1/2 14 9-3-0 37 2.64 308 .893 Lamb, Larry (1952-53) Lassila, Bill (1965-68) 1 3 3-0-0 11 3.67 66 .857 Lee, Bob (1970-71) 1 15 13-2-0 44 2.93 414 .904 Luker, Bryce (2003-05) 1 32 4-18-4 111 4.54 752 .871 Marshall, Richard (1968-71) 1 6 2-3-1 29 4.83 135 .823 McManus, Bob (1953-57) 1 78 40-31-6 271 3.51 2184 .889 McRae, Gordon (1967-70) 1 71 44-22-5 221 3.11 1906 .896 McVittie, Phil (1961-64) 1 13 12-1-0 38 2.92 314 .892 Miller, Bryan (1996-97) 30 0 0-0-0 00 0.00 00 .000 Moilanen, Jason (1998-2001) 34 36 2-19-1 100 4.26 693 .874 Noblet, Jack (1946-50) 1 59 26-33-0 Nolan, Rob (2005- ) 35/37 55 13-29-5 148 2.91 1312 .899 O’Connell, Tom (1974-75) 30 1 0-1-0 5 7.14 21 .808 Pierce, Darryl (1983-86) 30/31 45 14-24-3 201 4.57 1408 .875 Polman Tuin, Rob (1979-81) 29 30 11-14-3 112 4.28 879 .887 Quance, Rick (1971-74) 1/30 56 32-20-4 202 3.63 1657 .891 Ram, Jamie (1990-94) 31 115 42-52-11 372 3.58 3336 .900 Rhodes, Damian (1987-90) 31 91 37-49-1 396 4.57 3123 .887 Roach, Dave (1983-87) 1 96 34-56-3 409 4.36 3090 .883 Rockwell, John (1975-79) 1 69 38-27-0 274 4.02 2268 .892 Rogers, Brian (1999-2002 ) 35 43 8-31-3 161 3.80 1214 .883 Rowe, Bill (1958-61) 1 36 21-15-0 102 2.89 790 .886 Sarjeant, Geoff (1988-92) 29 75 17-45-5 305 4.51 2357 .885 Stevens, Chuck (1976-77) 30 9 4-4-0 33 3.67 191 .897 Subostis, Fred (1960-61) Taylor, Harry (1951-54) 1 18 11-31-1 91 5.05 475 .839 Teslak, Michael-Lee (2005-08) 29 73 26-33-11 181 2.66 1840 .910 Tompsett, Mudge (1982-85) 29 41 20-19-2 169 4.07 1267 .882 Trewin, Morris (1970-73) 1/30/31 46 29-16-2 174 3.81 1323 .884 Vettraino, Scott (1990-93) 30 6 3-1-0 15 3.56 121 .889 Wakeham, Randy (1992-93) 30 0 0-0-0 0 0.00 00 .000 Warden, Jim (1972-75) 1 58 43-14-1 181 3.12 1773 .907 Wark, Jim (1953-54) 21 Way, Darcy (1978-82) 30 28 15-10-2 111 4.29 751 .871 Weninger, David (1995-99) 35 108 35-57-6 348 3.56 2706 .886 Weninger, Todd (1997-2000) 1 22 5-19-1 124 4.67 745 .857

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Hometown Ann Arbor, Mich. St. Cloud, Minn. Calgary, Alberta Winnipeg, Manitoba Etobicoke, Ontario San Jose, Calif. Barrie, Ontario East Lansing, Mich. Leamington, Ontario Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Nanaimo, British Columbia Ontario, Calif. Stillwater, Minn. Hastings, Minn. Kirkland Lake, Ontario Calgary, Alberta Houghton, Mich. Livonia, Mich. Sault, Ontario Mohawk, Mich. Milton, Ontario Rigaud, Quebec Port Huron, Mich. North Bay, Ontario Noranda, Quebec Weston, Ontario Lake Linden, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Sherwood Park, Alberta Harrisburg, Pa. Stettler, Alberta Powell River, British Columbia Toronto, Ontario Scarborough, Ontario Richfield, Minn. Burnaby, British Columbia Bloomington, Minn. Flint, Mich. Kirkland, Ontario Newmarket, Ontario Des Plaines, Ill. Fort William, Ontario Fernie, British Columbia Gravenhurst, Ontario Thunder Bay, Ontario Madison Heights, Mich. Atlantic Mine, Mich. Altadena, Calif. Calgary, Alberta Calgary, Alberta Calgary, Alberta


#13 Ryan Angelow Sr • C Mississauga, Ontario

#22 Jordan Baker So • W/C Chestermere, Alberta

#21 Ryan Bunger Jr • W Sammamish, Wash.

#26 Deron Cousens So • D Georgetown, Ontario

#31 Corson Cramer Fr • G Colorado Springs, Colo.

#5 Drew Dobson Jr • D Palatine, Ill.

#23 Ricky Doriott Fr • D Blaine, Minn.

#18 Alex Gagne Sr • C Rock Forest, Quebec

#9 Malcolm Gwilliam Sr • W Kamloops, B.C.

#15 Eric Kattelus So • W/C Houghton, Mich.

#12 Geoff Kinrade Sr • D Nelson, B.C.

#28 Derek Kitti Sr • W Laurium, Mich.

#24 John Kivisto Jr • D/F Brighton, Mich.

#33 Mikael Lickteig Fr • W Little Falls, Minn.

#7 Alex Lord Sr • W Magog, Quebec

#14 Alex MacLeod Fr • W Nelson, B.C.

#37 Rob Nolan Sr • G Sherwood Park, Alberta

#16 Brett Olson Fr • C Superior, Wis.

#17 Bryce Reddick Fr • W Las Vegas, Nev.

#30 Josh Robinson Fr • G Frankenmuth, Mich.

#25 Peter Rohn Fr • W Vettre, Norway

#19 Bennett Royer So • W/C Calgary, Alberta

#10 John Schwarz Sr • D Calgary, Alberta

#11 Seth Soley Fr • W Elk Mound, Wis.

#27 Justin St. Louis Sr • W Calgary, Alberta

#8 Mike VanWagner Jr • D Traverse City, Mich.

#20 Eli Vlaisavljevich Jr • D Shoreview, Minn.

Jamie Russell Head Coach Kamloops, B.C.

Pat Mikesch Assistant Coach Hancock, Mich.

Chris Tok Assistant Coach Coleraine, Minn.

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October 4 Toronto (exh.) 10 at Northern Michigan 11 at Lake Superior State 17-18 at Colorado College* 24 US Nat’l Development (exh.) 31-1 Alaska Anchorage* (HF)

7:07 pm 7:35 pm 7:05 pm 9:37/9:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:07/7:37 pm

November 7-8 at Wisconsin* 15-16 at Minnesota* 21-22 Minnesota State* 28-29 at Bemidji State

8:07 pm 2:07 pm 7:07 pm 8:35/8:05 pm

December 5-6 Denver* 12-13 at Minnesota Duluth* 19 Northern Michigan 20 at Northern Michigan 27 vs. Michigan^ 28 vs. Michigan State/North Dakota

7:07 pm 8:07 pm 7:07 pm 7:35 pm 3:30 pm 3:06/6:36 pm

January 9-10 at Denver* 16-17 North Dakota* 23-24 at Alaska Anchorage*

9:37/9:07 pm 7:07 pm 11:07 pm

February 6-7 Colorado College* (WC) 13-14 at St. Cloud State* 20-21 Minnesota Duluth*

7:07/5:07 pm 8:07 pm 7:07 pm

March 6-7 Minnesota* 13-15 WCHA First Round 19-21 WCHA Final Five

7:07 pm TBA TBA

* WCHA Game (HF) Hall of Fame Game (WC) Winter Carnival Home Games in Bold ^44th Annual Great Lakes Invitational Times are Eastern

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