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MARIAN UNIVERSITY MEN’S HOCKEY

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 | 7 PM APPLETON ICE ARENA APPLETON, WIS.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9 | 7 PM BLUE LINE ICE CENTER FOND DU LAC, WIS.

0-2-0 (0-2-0 NCHA)

0-3-0 (0-2-0 NCHA)

Men’s Hockey Contact: Jim Naprstek • Office: 920.923.8562 • Cell: 815.207.9168 • E-mail: jrnaprstek34@marianuniversity.edu Athletic Communications Office • Marian University • 45 S. National Ave, Fond du Lac, WI 54935


MARIAN HOCKEY UNIVERSITY INFORMATION LOCATION: Fond du Lac, Wisconsin ENROLLMENT: 1,400 FOUNDED: 1936 INTERIM PRESIDENT: Robert Fale NICKNAME: Sabres COLORS: Royal & White CONFERENCE: NCHA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jason Murphy ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PHONE: 920.923.8156

QUICK FACTS

STAFF INFORMATION HEAD COACH: AJ Aitken OFFICE PHONE: 920.923.7667 RECORD AT MARIAN: 13-12-1 ASSISTANT HEAD COACH: Taylor Langford ASSISTANT HEAD COACH: Chris Thompson ASSISTANT HEAD COACH: Mike Lane ASSISTANT HEAD COACH: Rich Hilton

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS PRIMARY CONTACT: Jim Naprstek PHONE: 815.207.9168 EMAIL: jrnaprstek34@marianuniversity.edu DIRECTOR: Luke Pattarozzi ASST. DIRECTOR: Ashley Steltenpohl INTERN: Sam Boyle OFFICE PHONE: 920.923.8155 ATHLETIC DEPT. WEBSITE: www.SabreAthletics.com

TEAM INFORMATION HOME ARENA: Blue Line Family Ice Center RINK DIMENSIONS: 200’ x 100’ 2012-13 OVERALL RECORD: 13-12-1 2012-13 CONFERENCE RECORD: 12-8-0 2012-13 TEAM CAPTAIN: Matt Berger ALL-TIME RECORD: 262-193-25

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STORYLINES

RUNNING OUT OF GAS: The opening frame has seen the Sabres outscore their opponenets 5-1. One would think that with a mark like that, they’d be 3-0, but for Marian, its the exact opposite. The Sabres have been outscored in the third period 5-0, leading to their threegame losing skid to start the year. SCORING MACHINE: Senior Tyler Klein has picked up exactly where he left off last season, scoring four goals in his first three games. An All-Conference selection a season ago in the MCHA, Klein has scored the first goal for the Sabres in each game so far this season. THE BATTLE OF 41: Marian will play a home-and-home series this weekend with Lawrence University. Natives of Appleton, Wis., the Vikings established the “Battle of 41” trophy <#> of years ago. Lawrence enters the weekend winless after dropping a pair of games to Concordia Wis. last weekend (6-2, 3-2). Huck Saunders leads the Viking offense with two goals and an assist, while Anton Olsson and Peter Emery have split the first two games of the year in between the pipes.

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WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS

The Sabres jumped out to a two goal lead on the road in Ashwaubenon, with goals coming from Tyler Klein and Ashton Reinboldt. It would be the third consecutive game in which Marian would hold a lead.


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ith one year under his belt, Men’s Hockey Head Coach AJ Aitken has his squad set to run the gauntlet, a full-bodied schedule won’t give any breaks to the Sabres. The team will kick off their season this Saturday at UW-Stout, a squad that finished 10-15-2 last season. The league not only under went a name change, but the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association added two new members as St. Norbert and St. Scholastica join the conference formerly known as the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association. The Sabres were winless against both teams last year, losing to St. Norbert 3-1 and St. Scholastica 2-1. However, Aitken feels confident that his team Junior forward Aaron Leonard will be ready. “We’ve improved our depth. Josh Baker can be an All-Conference goaltender,” Aitken said. “I think we can compete with the top end teams in our conference.” The end of the 2012-13 season brought with it the departure of a number of key seniors in the hockey program, notably Mitch Kriz, Dakota Dubetz, Brendan Roberts, and Andy Kuechler. With the addition of some new faces, Aitken believes that his team can make a run. “We lost two captains in Dakota and Brendan, but since then we’ve added a lot of depth. We have six full lines now and a lot of roles for guys to grab onto.” Of the newcomers include transfers Rjay Berra (SUNY-Oswego), Ian Harvie (Williston St.), and Ben Morgan (Norwich). Berra, who had a successful career in junior hockey, struggled to find consistent playing time in his first two seasons at Oswego, hurting his offensive production. “Rjay is a skill forward with high end stick skills and has great vision on the ice,” Aitken said. “We’re looking for him to chip in offensively this year.” Harvie captained the 2012-3 Williston State Tetons to a NJCAA National Championship. A Cochrane, Alta. native, he scored 21 goals and added 24 assists over his two-year career at Williston State. “Ian brings great leadership to our team after leading Williston to a National Championship,” Aitken added. Morgan, who had a successful career in junior hockey, joins the Sabres from Norwich University. While Senior forward Robbie Bailey playing for the Notre Dame Hounds

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in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Morgan put up 18 goals and 18 assists. “Ben brings a load of speed and quickness to our lineup,” Aitken shared. “We’ll be looking for him to add to our offense.” At the top of the list for the returning Sabres this year starts with All-Conference selection Tyler Klein. The Fargo, N.D. native erupted last season, scoring 15 goals and six assists to pace the team with 21 points. Klein was extremely dangerous on special teams as well, scoring four powerplay goals and two shorthanded goals. Senior goaltender Josh Baker “We’re expecting Tyler to take off where he left off last year,” Aitken said. “He excelled in a lot of situations and his confidence is huge.” Senior Matt Berger will captain this year’s squad. The Hartland, Wis. native will be looked to lead his team by example and be the voice on the ice for Aitken. With the potential with this year’s squad, Berger will be asked to shoulder a heavy load. Junior Brian Berger will return after compiling a successful sophomore campaign. The younger brother of Matt, Brian scored eight goals and added 11 assists last season. “We want Brian to have an All-Conference season this year. He’s a dynamic player that can shoot the puck really well,” Aitken shared. Before the end of the calendar year, Marian will have played three of the top four preseason selections in the NCHA. “Every weekend is going to be competitive this season. Knowing this, we want to breed competition within our lineup,” Aitken said. There were some new faces in the locker room when the team held their first practice last Tuesday. Derek Perl, a native of Toronto, has utilized the most of his time with the Sabres so far and has shown promise on the offensive side of the game. Sophomore forward Brett Campbell “Derek has great vision and poise with the puck,” Aitken said. “His ability will allow us to use him in all situations and give us more scoring production on the back end.” Freshman Brodie Jamieson has thrown his hat into the ring as a player who can expect


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to see some quality minutes early on for the Sabres. A North Vancouver native, Jamieson has made an impression on Aitken early on. “Brodie’s got great speed that he effectively uses to attack on the rush,” Aitken said. “With that kind of ability, he can be a dangerous player on the ice.” Every team needs a quality faceoff winner and the Sabres appear to have found that with freshman Adam Ritchie. Standing a 6-2, Ritchie has made it known that he’s here to compete with the best, an attitude that has caught the attention of the coaching staff. “Adam has displayed a knack at the face-off dot,” Aitken said. “He’s got great hockey sense on top of that which makes him a quality addition to our program.” The NCHA released their coach’s poll on Monday, with Marian selected to finish fifth. Newcomers to the NCHA, St. Norbert received all nine possible first place votes (coaches could not vote for their own team). Following them, Adrian, who received one first place vote, was chosen second with 73 points. A fresh face to the conference, St. Scholastica was picked third with 62 points. Harris Cup finalists from a year ago, MSOE was picked fourth with 62 points. The Sabres were selected fifth, earning 44 points. Lake Forest entered at a close sixth, with 42 points. Lawrence (34), Concordia (28), Northland (13), and Finlandia (13) round out the rest of the preseason selections. “The competition level in the NCHA is much higher, but the expectations haven’t changed,” Aitken said. “Our ultimate goal is to have home ice advantage for first round of the Harris Cup Playoffs.” Marian will return to Fond du Lac for their home opener on Friday, November 1st as they host St. Norbert at the Blue Line Center. The Green Knights made a run to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament last year and are winners of three of the last six National Championships, all of which came as a part of Aitken’s tenure as associate head coach.

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No. Name Scott Milnthorp Mike Zajac Derek Perl Tom Nosella Robbie Bailey Ian Harvie Tanner Pagendam Brett Campbell Jacob Ryd Ashton Reinboldt Matt Williams Ben Morgan Matt Berger Brodie Jamieson Tyler Klein Aaron Leonard Tanner Burton Lucas Mertz Adam Ritchie Tom Glomski Kyle L’Arrivee Niles Owen Brian Berger Rjay Berra Warren Carter Josh Baker Chris Frederickson Mike Baldwin

D D D D F F F F F F F F D F F F D F F F F D F F F G G G

Ht. Wt.

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

190 188 175 200 205 165 160 205 200 190 190 170 185 180 195 185 185 186 205 201 175 190 180 195 165 190 215 175

Yr. Hometown

Prev. Team

Fr. Calgary, Alta. Fr. Bolingbrook, Ill. Fr. Toronto, Ont. Jr. Toronto, Ont. Sr. North Vancouver, B.C. Jr. Cochrane, Alta. Fr. Thorold, Ont. So. Hilton Beach, Ont. Fr. Nykvam, Sweden Sr. Calgary, Alta. Jr. Lacombe, Alta. So. Calgary, Alta. Sr. Hartland, Wis. Fr. North Vancouver, B.C. Sr. Fargo, N.D. Jr. Allen Park, Mich. Sr. Echo Bay, Ont. So. Chestermere, Alta. Fr. Lively, Ont. Sr. Waupun, Wis. Sr. Coldstream, B.C. Fr. Fenton, Mich. Jr. Hartland, Wis. Jr. Prince George, B.C. So. Brookfield, Wis. Sr. Canton, Mich. Sr. North Lake, Wis. Fr. Waukesha, Wis.

Grande Prairie Storm (AJHL) Kanata Stallions (CCHL) Toronto Jr. Canadiens (OJHL) Vaughan Vipers (OJHL) Powel River Kings (BCHL) Williston State (NJCAA) Thorold Blackhawks (GOJHL) Soo Thunderbirds (NOJHL) Botkyrka HC (J20 Elit) St. Norbert College (NCAA) Brooks Bandits (AJHL) Norwich (NCAA) Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks (CSHL)

Drumheller Dragons (AJHL) UW-Superior (NCAA) Soo Eagles (NOJHL) Algoma Avalanche (NOJHL) Creston Valley (KIJHL) Wellington Dukes (OJHL) Edina (MNJHL) Okanagan College (BCIHL) Kanata Stallions (CCHL) Chicago Hitmen (NAHL) SUNY-Oswego (NCAA) Flint Jr. Generals (CSHL) Schreiber Diesels (SIJHL) East Coast Eagles (EJHL) Dallas Ice Jets (WSHL)

HEAD COACH

HEAD COACH: AJ AITKEN

The 2013-14 season will mark the second for A.J. Aitken as head coach of the Marian men’s ice hockey program. He led the Sabres to a 13-121 overall mark and the program’s fourth straight MCHA North Division title after spending the previous nine seasons as associate head coach of the St. Norbert College men’s hockey program. Prior to arriving at Marian, Aitken was a key contributor in St. Norbert’s recruiting efforts and helped lead the Green Knights to a second consecutive NCAA Division III national title and third in the last five years in 2011-12. During his tenure with the Green Knights, Aitken was involved in all aspects of the program, primarily for the team’s recruiting efforts and in guiding the junior varsity program. St. Norbert won three NCAA Division III championships, played in seven NCAA Division III Frozen Fours and six NCAA Division III national championship games. The Green Knights are a sparkling 217-37-23 during his time on the hockey staff. Aitken is a native of Fort McMurray, Alta. and played for NCAA Division I Michigan Tech from 1997-2000. During his four-year career, Aitken played in 140 games, scoring 14 goals and adding 17 assists for 31 points. He also served as the Huskies’ team captain during his final two seasons. Aitken, a finance major at MTU, was also named Academic All-WCHA twice. As a professional, Aitken played with Macon and Memphis of the Central Hockey League. His stint in Memphis from 2001-03 resulted in being a part of a pair of CHL championships. Aitken, his wife, Rachel, and three children, Eliza (8), Ian (5) and Hattie (1), currently reside in Fond du Lac.

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MARIAN HOCKEY Individual Career History Josh Baker Season

2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL Goalie

2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

15 19 20 3 57

G

A

0 0 0 0 0

GP-GS

0 0 0 0 0

Minutes

15-11 19-18 20-20 3-3 57-52

777:25 1076:56 1181:14 184:33 3220:08

Points

0 0 0 0 0

GA

37 55 48 11 151

Shots

-

GAAvg

Shot%

Saves

2.86 3.06 2.44 3.58 2.81

Pen-Min

-

413 520 553 118 1604

1-2 9-40 2-7 0-0 12-49

Save%

.918 .904 .920 .915 .914

W

7 7 11 0 25

+/-

PPG

L

T

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

0 0 0 0 0

4 7 8 3 22

0 0 0 0 0

SHG

0 0 0 0 0

Sho

0 4 1 0 5

GWG

0 0 0 0 0

PPG

0.0 1.0 2.0 0.0 3.0

16 12 14 4 46

SHG

1 2 1 0 4

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Saves: 48, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Mike Baldwin

CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

Brian Berger Season

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

26 26 3 55

G

17 8 0 25

A

9 11 0 20

Points

26 19 0 45

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 3, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalties: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 4, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: -1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Shots

76 65 4 145

Shot%

.224 .123 .000 .172

Pen-Min

9-18 10-31 3-6 22-55

+13 0 -1 +12

3 1 0 4

0 2 0 2

0 3 0 3

Individual Career History Matt Berger

Season

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

26 26 3 55

G

4 3 0 7

A

7 5 0 12

Points

11 8 0 19

Shots

39 48 3 90

Shot%

.103 .062 .000 .078

Pen-Min

8-16 17-42 2-4 27-62

+5 +2 +1 +8

0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalty minutes: 4, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Plus/minus: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Rjay Berra Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

1 1

Points

1 1

Shots

1 1

Shot%

.000 .000

Pen-Min

1-2 1-2

+2 +2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Shots: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

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0 0

0 0


MARIAN HOCKEY Individual Career History Tanner Burton

Season

2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

17 26 26 3 72

G

1 5 0 1 7

A

2 12 6 1 21

Points

3 17 6 2 28

Shots

3 37 34 4 78

Shot%

Pen-Min

.333 .135 .000 .250 .090

2-4 4-8 5-10 2-4 13-26

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+1 +7 +4 -1 +11

0 4 0 1 5

0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Goals: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Shots: 3, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Power-play goals: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Plus/minus: -1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Brett Campbell Season

GP

26 3 29

G

3 0 3

A

9 0 9

Points

12 0 12

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013

Shots

33 3 36

Shot%

.091 .000 .083

Pen-Min

4-8 1-2 5-10

+1 0 +1

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 0 1

Individual Career History Warren Carter

Season

2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

24 1 25

G

3 0 3

A

0 0 0

Points

3 0 3

Shots

18 2 20

Shot%

.167 .000 .150

Pen-Min

10-20 2-4 12-24

+2 0 +2

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 0 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalties: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalty minutes: 4, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013

Chris Frederickson SINGLE-GAME HIGHS:

Tom Glomski Season

2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

18 21 11 3 53

G

2 8 0 0 10

A

3 1 0 0 4

Points

5 9 0 0 14

Shots

7 48 10 3 68

Shot%

.286 .167 .000 .000 .147

1-2 2-4 1-2 0-0 4-8

-1 +3 +1 0 +3

0 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 0 2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013

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2012 2013 TOTAL


MARIAN HOCKEY Individual Career History Ian Harvie Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

1 1

G

0 0

A

Points

0 0

0 0

Shots

-

Shot%

-

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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Brodie Jamieson Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

Points

0 0

0 0

Shots

5 5

Shot%

.000 .000

0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 4, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Tyler Klein

CAREER STATISTICS

Season

2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

26 3 29

G

15 4 19

A

Points

6 1 7

21 5 26

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 3, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Goals: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Shots: 5, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Penalty minutes: 4, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Plus/minus: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Shots

83 7 90

Shot%

.181 .571 .211

5-10 2-4 7-14

0 +2 +2

4 0 4

2 0 2

3 0 3

Individual Career History Aaron Leonard

Season

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

26 26 3 55

G

1 4 0 5

A

Points

12 12 0 24

13 16 0 29

Shots

27 41 5 73

Shot%

.037 .098 .000 .068

Pen-Min

6-12 11-33 1-2 18-47

+/-

-2 +5 -1 +2

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 3, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalties: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: -1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Scott Milnthorp Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

Points

1 1

1 1

Shots

-

Shot%

-

1-2 1-2

-1 -1

0 0

0 0

0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Plus/minus: -1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Ben Morgan Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

1 1

Points

1 1

Shots

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Assists: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Shots: 3, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13

6 6

Shot%

.000 .000

1-2 1-2

-1 -1

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Ben Morgan

Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

1 1

Points

1 1

Shots

Shot%

6 6

.000 .000

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Assists: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Shots: 3, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Penalty minutes: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Individual Plus/minus: -1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

1-2 1-2

-1 -1

0 0

0 0

0 0

Career History

Thomas Nosella Season

2011 2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

27 26 3 56

G

0 0 0 0

A

5 5 2 12

Points

5 5 2 12

Shots

Shot%

18 23 2 43

.000 .000 .000 .000

7-14 9-29 2-4 18-47

-5 -3 0 -8

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Niles Owen Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

1 1

G

0 0

A

0 0

Points

0 0

Shots

-

Shot%

-

1-2 1-2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Penalties: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Penalty minutes: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13

Tanner Pagendam Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

1 1

G

0 0

A

0 0

Points

0 0

Shots

-

Shot%

-

Pen-Min

0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

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Derek Perl Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

1 1

Points

1 1

Shots

-

Shot%

-

Pen-Min

3-6 3-6

+1 +1

0 0

0 0

0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Ashton Reinboldt Season

2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

20 3 23

G

5 1 6

A

6 0 6

Points

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11 1 12

Shots

29 2 31

Shot%

.172 .500 .194

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Goals: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Shots: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Pen-Min

7-25 2-4 9-29

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0 -1 -1

1 1 2

1 0 1

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2 0 2

CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Assists: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Shots: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013


MARIAN HOCKEY Individual Career History Derek Perl

Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

Points

1 1

1 1

Shots

-

Shot%

-

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

Pen-Min

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

+/-

PPG

SHG

GWG

3-6 3-6

+1 +1

0 0

0 0

0 0

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13; St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Ashton Reinboldt Season

CAREER STATISTICS

2012 2013 TOTAL

GP

20 3 23

G

5 1 6

A

Points

6 0 6

11 1 12

Shots

29 2 31

Shot%

.172 .500 .194

7-25 2-4 9-29

0 -1 -1

1 1 2

1 0 1

2 0 2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Goals: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Shots: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Power-play goals: 1, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Penalties: 2, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Penalty minutes: 4, at St. Norbert College, 11/2/13 Plus/minus: -1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Adam Ritchie Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

3 3

G

0 0

A

Points

0 0

0 0

Shots

2 2

Shot%

.000 .000

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Shots: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Individual

0-0 0-0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

Career History

Matt Williams Season

2010 2013 TOTAL

GP

27 3 30

G

18 0 18

A

14 1 15

Points

32 1 33

Shots

22 5 -

Shot%

.818 .000 -

Pen-Min

8-16 1-2 9-18

+7 +2 +9

3 0 3

1 0 1

2 0 2

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Assists: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013 Shots: 3, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalties: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Penalty minutes: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: 2, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

Mike Zajac Season

2013 TOTAL

GP

2 2

G

0 0

A

1 1

Points

1 1

Shots

2 2

Shot%

.000 .000

Pen-Min

0-0 0-0

+1 +1

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS: Points: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Assists: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Shots: 1, St. Norbert, Nov 01, 2013; at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013 Plus/minus: 1, at UW-Stout, Oct 26, 2013

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0 0

0 0

0 0


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eaded into its 16th season of operation in 2013-14, the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association has grown into a force to be reckoned with in hockey in the West and at the NCAA Division III level. The biggest recent change came in April of 2013, when the league changed its name to its current title and joined forces under the same conference umbrella with the women’s side of the former NCHA. That coincided with expansion once again, this time adding both St. Norbert College and The College of St. Scholastica to bring the membership of the men’s side up to 10 schools.

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That change was monumental, as the first 15 seasons of league play came under the title of the “Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association”. The new era of the league was embarked on with the new name and logo, moving forward as one of the top conferences in the country. The leader of the change has been at the top, where Dr. G. Steven Larson was named the second commissioner of the league in July, 2010. The original Northern Collegiate Hockey Association dated back to 1980 and included a lengthy history that consisted of 12 NCAA National Championships won by six different members. There was plenty of history to merge when the new era began, one that most notably came into play when discussing the student-athletes’ goal of winning a championship. The NCHA tournament champion will continue to play for the “Harris Cup”, named after MSOE Director of Athletics Dan Harris, who served as the first president of the MCHA and helped get the league up and running to become what it is today. The regular-season champion will receive the “Peters Cup”, named after Bob Peters, the long-time Bemidji State coach. Peters won 728 games and 13 national championships with the Beavers, including two NCAA titles as an early member of the NCHA back in 1984 and 1986. The Peters Cup is an NCHA tradition, as it had been handed out to the NCHA playoff championship winner since 1998. The former MCHA grew up in a hurry after receiving the long-awaited NCAA automatic qualifier to the league’s postseason champion on April 14, 2009. The 2010 postseason marked the first time the winner of the Harris Cup advanced to the NCAA Tournament, with Adrian College falling by a single goal to the No. 3 team in the country that postseason. The MCHA then left quite an early impression in year two of having the automatic qualifier, with Adrian claiming a pair of NCAA Tournament victories in the 2011 postseason before falling by just a goal in the NCAA National Championship game, finishing as the No. 2 team in the country.


HISTORY OF THE NCHA

MARIAN HOCKEY It all started back in the late 1990’s, when a group of independent NCAA hockey programs that all formed within the same time period came together to aid in scheduling and provide additional competitive opportunities for their programs. Hence, the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association was born prior to the start of the 1998-1999 season. Charter members of the league were Benedictine University (Lisle, Illinois), The University of Findlay (Findlay, Ohio), Lawrence University (Appleton, Wisconsin), Marian University (Fond du Lac, Wisconsin), Milwaukee School of Engineering (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), and Northland College (Ashland, Wisconsin). The University of Findlay (OH) hosted the first-ever MCHA Tournament and claimed the league’s first championship. After that inaugural season, Findlay left the league to pursue NCAA Division I membership in hockey and Benedictine dropped their hockey program moving them out of the league. In the spring of 1999, the University of Minnesota at Crookston joined the MCHA to bring the total membership to five institutions. The next addition to the MCHA occurred in 2004-05 when Finlandia University (Hancock, Michigan) joined the conference. After staying at six members for three consecutive seasons, the MCHA saw expansive growth and moved to eight teams for the 2007-08 season, as Adrian College (Adrian, Michigan) and Concordia University (Mequon, Wisconsin) joined the ranks of the conference. The expansion did not stop there, as Lake Forest College (Lake Forest, Illinois) was accepted into the league and began play in the 2009-10 season, with MinnesotaCrookston leaving following the 2008-09 campaign to bring membership to eight schools for the next four years. None of this would have been possible without the dedicated and forward thinking leadership of former MCHA President Dan Harris. Harris, currently the Athletic Director at Milwaukee School of Engineering, spurred creation of the association and led it into the next century. His leadership was so valuable to the conference, that the MCHA named the league championship trophy after him when he formally resigned as the league president following the 2001-2002 season. Terry Brand, who was named the first commissioner of the league in the summer of 2005, was also instrumental, staying in that role until the end of the 2009-10 campaign. Chris Zills started as the league’s Director of Public Relations prior to the 2000-01 campaign, maintaining all statistics, producing the weekly report, and administering the MCHA website. Jim Olson, who was named to his post in July of 2007, completed the staff as MCHA Supervisor of Officials, overseeing the league’s referees. Under the new NCHA, those two staff members will keep similar roles, with Olson overseeing all officiating matters. Zills and Brian Monahan, who previously worked behind the scenes for the MCHA and NCHA to publicize their respective leagues, will be moving into similar, but different roles moving forward for the “new” NCHA. Monahan will serve in the role of Director of Public Relations, taking an active role in promoting, social media, blogging and other “faces” of the media. Zills will be the Director of Sports Information, maintaining the behind-the-scenes aspect of the communications department. The Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association promotes sportsmanship and exists to enhance the academic and athletic well-being of its participants. The members of the MCHA are competitive with any college hockey program in the nation that competes at the NCAA Division III or II level.

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* - NCHA League Contest | ^ - MIAC/NCHA Showcase | # - Senior Day

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SCHEDULE/RESULTS

OCTOBER 26 (Sat.) at UW-Stout L, 4-3 NOVEMBER 1 (Fri.) #1 ST. NORBERT * L, 2-1 2 (Sat.) #1 St. Norbert * L, 5-2 8 (Fri.) at Lawrence * 7 p.m. Video Audio Stats 9 (Sat.) LAWRENCE * 7 p.m. Video Stats 15 (Fri.) MSOE * 7 p.m. Video Stats 16 (Sat.) at MSOE * 7 p.m. 22 (Fri.) at UW-Superior 7 p.m. 23 (Sat.) at UW-Stevens Point 7 p.m. Video Stats 29 (Fri.) St. Olaf ^ 4:30 p.m. 30 (Sat.) Gust. Adolphus ^ 4:30 p.m. Video Stats DECEMBER 6 (Fri.) ADRIAN * 7 p.m. Video Stats 7 (Sat.) ADRIAN * 4 p.m. Video Stats JANUARY 10 (Fri.) at Concordia-M’head 7 p.m. 11 (Sat.) at St. John’s (Minn.) 7 p.m. 18 (Sat.) at Lake Forest * 7 p.m. 19 (Sun.) LAKE FOREST * 4 p.m. Video Stats 24 (Fri.) NORTHLAND * 7 p.m. Video Stats 25 (Sat.) NORTHLAND * 4 p.m. Video Stats 31 (Fri.) at Concordia Wis. * 7 p.m. FEBRUARY 1 (Sat.) CONCORDIA WIS.*# 8 p.m. Video Stats 8 (Sat.) at Finlandia 6 p.m. 14 (Fri.) at St. Scholastica * 7 p.m. Video Stats 15 (Sat.) at St. Scholastica * 4 p.m. Video Stats 21 (Fri.) NCHA Harris Cup Quarterfinal 22 (Sat.) NCHA Harris Cup Quarterfinal MARCH 1 (Sat.) NCHA Harris Cup Semifinal 8 (Sat.) NCHA Harris Cup Final


SEASON RECAPS

MARIAN HOCKEY OCT. 26, 2013

NOV. 1, 2013

NOV. 2, 2013

AT UW-STOUT L, 4-3 (OT) G: KLEIN (2), BURTON

VS ST. NORBERT L, 2-1 G: KLEIN

AT ST. NORBERT L, 5-2 G: KLEIN, REINBOLDT

NOV. 8, 2013

NOV. 9, 2013

NOV. 15, 2013

AT LAWRENCE

VS LAWRENCE

VS MSOE

NOV. 16, 2013

NOV. 22, 2013

NOV. 23, 2013

AT MSOE

AT UW-SUPERIOR

AT UW-STEVENS POINT

NOV. 29, 2013

NOV. 30, 2013

DEC. 6, 2013

VS ST. OLAF

VS GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS

VS ADRIAN

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MARIAN HOCKEY JAN. 10, 2013

JAN. 1, 2013

VS ADRIAN

AT CONCORDIA-M’HEAD

AT ST. JOHN’S

JAN. 18, 2013

JAN. 19, 2013

JAN. 24, 2013

AT LAKE FOREST

VS LAKE FOREST

VS NORTHLAND

JAN. 25, 2013

JAN. 31, 2013

FEB. 1, 2013

VS NORTHLAND

AT CONCORDIA WIS. VS CONCORDIA WIS.

FEB. 8, 2013

FEB. 9, 2013

FEB. 14, 2013

AT FINLANDIA

AT FINLANDIA

AT ST. SCHOLASTICA

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DEC. 7, 2013


SEASON RECAPS

MARIAN HOCKEY FEB. 15, 2013

FEB. 21, 2013

FEB. 22, 2013

AT ST. SCHOLASTICA

HARRIS CUP

HARRIS CUP

MAR. 1, 2013

MAR. 8, 2013

HARRIS CUP

HARRIS CUP

Sophomore forward Ben Morgan

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MARIAN HOCKEY NCHA PTS 2-0-0 4 2-0-0 4 2-0-0 4 2-0-0 4 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-0-0 0 0-2-0 0

NCHA STANDINGS

TEAM OVERALL #6/#6 Adrian 2-0-0 RV/-- Concordia Wis. 2-0-0 #2/#1 St. Norbert 2-0-0 #14/RV St. Scholastica 2-0-0 Lake Forest 1-0-0 Finlandia 0-2-0 Lawrence 0-2-0 RV/-- MSOE 0-2-0 Northland 0-2-0 --/RV Marian 0-3-0 Rankings are USCHO/D3Hockey **As of 11/4/13**

SCOTT MILNTHORP PLAYER PROFILE

D | FR | 6-0 | 190 GRANDE PRAIRIE STORM (AJHL) CALGARY, ALBERTA MAJOR: BUSINESS MARKETING SCOTT ROBSON MILNTHORP Son of Robson and Ruth Milnthorp...Has two brothers Luke and Sean...Enjoys wakeboarding, snowboarding, waterskiing, surfing, fly-fishing, as well as playing golf BEFORE MARIAN Played three seasons for the Grande Prairie Storm of the Alberta Junior Hockey League...Tallied 12 goals and 27 assists in 163 games FROM THE COACHES “Scott continues to impress the entire every day in practice. We are gaining lots of confidence with him as he is emerging as one of our strongest defensemen. He is earning lots of opportunity in special teams as well.”

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TANNER BURTON

PLAYER PROFILE

D | SR | 6-1 | 185 ALGOMA AVALANCHE (GMHL) ECHO BAY, ONTARIO MAJOR: ACCOUNTING & FINANCE TANNER BRADLEY BURTON Son of Tim and Cathy Burton...Has two siblings, Jarrett and Kelsey...Enjoys playing hockey, golf, lacrosse, as well as going fishing, swimming and backroad cruising AS A JUNIOR (2012-13) Appeared in 26 games...Recorded six assists AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12) In 26 games for the Sabres, scored five goals and added 12 assists AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11) Played in 17 games for the Sabres...Tallied one goal and two assists BEFORE MARIAN Played in the Greater Metro Hockey League for the Algoma Avalanche...Totaled 14 goals and 33 assists in 40 games...Before that, played three seasons for the Blind River Beavers in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League...In 137 games, scored 20 goals and added 55 assists FROM THE COACHES “Tanner continues to lead by example day in and day out. We play Tanner in lots of situations on the power play and penalty kill. Je is one of our best shot-blockers on the back end.”

Senior Tyler Klein has jumped out to a hot start this year, scoring five points in his first three games. If he keeps up this pace, he’ll end the year with 42 points. LEADING THE NATION

Senior Josh Baker currently leads all Division III goaltenders with 119 saves. The next closest is sophomore Mason Riley of Northland who has 87 saves.

41

119

MORE THAN JUST A HIGHWAY This weekend marks the “Battle of 41” between Lawrence University and Marian University. Beginning in 2009, the two teams have played a homeand-home series for not just bragging rights, but also the traveling trophy.

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BY THE NUMBERS

42

HIGH OCTANE PACE


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MIKE ZAJAC

D | FR | 5-10 | 188

MICHAEL PAUL ZAJAC Son of Dan and Rose Zajac...Has one brother, Chris...Enjoys fishing and playing lacrosse...Spent his summer working as a part of an overnight remodel team at Kohl’s BEFORE MARIAN Played for the Kanata Stallions of the Central Canada Hockey League...In 74 games, scored one goal and added 12 assists...Also played parts of two seasons in the NAHL with the Chicago Hitmen, Amarillo Bulls, Springfield Jr. Blues, and Fairbanks Ice Dogs FROM THE COACHES “We are leaning quickly that Mike is a very player to play against as he battles every shift and never miss an opportunity to finish checks! Mike has made a very strong impression on the coaching staff. We will continue to play him against top lines!”

Senior forward Ashton Reinboldt

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KANATA STALLIONS (CCHL) BOLINGBROOK, ILLINOIS MAJOR: CRIMINAL JUSTICE


IN FRONT OF THE MIC by ADAM HILL

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ll sports have their rivalries. Baseball has the Yankees and the Red Sox. Football has the Bears and the Packers. Basketball has Duke and North Carolina. Some teams play for the sheer hatred of each other , while others play for trophies. Every year the Wisconsin Badgers play the Minnesota Gophers for Paul Bunyan’s Axe in football. Although lately it seems that Bucky has gained permanent possession of the axe. Sometimes rivalries are bigger for the fans than they are for the players. Like in 1979, when the Bruins and Rangers played a game and the fans and players got into a scrap. Mike Milbury, who is now an NHL analyst, jumped into the stands and pulled off a fan’s shoe and hit him with it. This past weekend may have been the start of a whole new rivalry when St. Norbert and Marian played in their first conference games against each other as a part of the new NCHA. Both games produced some fast paced hockey and some hard hits as well as some animosity. The end of game two got real intense with lots of chirping and even a skirmish with lots of shoving and a few punches thrown. These two teams have all the ingredients to become rivals, and it is always fun for the fans to have rivals. I’m betting that one of our coaches is pretty happy that our trip was only to St. Norbert and not to St. Scholastica or Finlandia. Assistant Coach Richie Hilton couldn’t find his keys on the way home from the game and so when we pulled up to the Blue Line, his truck was still running. I’m betting his vehicle was the warmest in the parking lot when we got home. This weekend, the Sabres will renew their rivalry with Lawrence University in the “Battle of 41”. My favorite moment of the rivalry happened last season during the second of two meetings, which produced one of the most exciting games that I’ve ever had the privilege to call. The Sabres trailed by two goals heading into the third period, and a two goal lead in the third period is the most dangerous lead in hockey. Brian Berger tipped in a pass from his brother Matt to make cut the Lawrence lead in half. Then, less than a minute later Tyler Klein scored on a breakaway to tie the game. The crowd Junior Rjay Berra and Senior Tanner Burton went completely crazy, and everybody knew something special was in the air on this evening. The game seemed to be heading to overtime when the Vikings took a penalty with 19 seconds left in regulation. Tyler Klein lit the lamp with just 8.5 seconds left in the third to cap off a thrilling come from behind victory. The win would essentially put a stranglehold on the MCHA North crown for the Sabres. One last thing, I have to mention is Movember. It has just started, but I have to say Thomas Nosella has the lead for the best mustache on the team. He is rocking the “Robin Yount-Stache” circa 1988. There are a few members on the team who have less than flattering mustaches, but there is almost a whole month for them to grow one. Until next week, it’s your dream you can make it as big as you want.

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MARIAN HOCKEY 2013-14 Marian University Men's Hockey Marian University Game Results (as of Nov 07, 2013) All games Date Oct 26

* *

Nov 01 11/2/13

Opponent

at UW-Stout ST. NORBERT at #1 St. Norbert College

Score Lot L L

Shots

3-4 1-2 2-5

36/52 24/41 16/36

Overall

Conf

0-1-0

0-0-0

0-2-0

0-1-0

0-3-0

0-2-0

Time

2:35 2:10 2:11

Att. Goalie of record

456 Josh Baker 480 Josh Baker 1151 Josh Baker

Team Record

W-L-T

Attendance

Dates

Total

Avg.

Overall:

0-3-0

Total:

3

2087

696

Conference:

0-2-0

Home:

1

480

480

Home:

0-1-0

Away:

2

1607

804

Neutral:

0

0

0

Away:

0-2-0

Neutral:

0-0-0

Overtime:

0-1-0

GAME RESULTS

Senior goaltender Josh Baker

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MARIAN HOCKEY 2013-14 Marian University Men's Hockey Marian University Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 07, 2013) All games

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Date Oct 26 * Nov 01 * 11/2/13

Opponent at UW-Stout ST. NORBERT at #1 St. Norbert College

TEAM STATISTICS SHOT STATISTICS Goals-Shot attempts Shot pct. Goals/Game Shots/Game POWER PLAYS Goals-Power Plays Conversion Percent Shot Attempts Shot Percent GOAL BREAKDOWN Power Play Short-handed Empty net Penalty Unassisted Overtime Shootout Delayed Penalty PENALTIES Number Minutes Penalties/Game Pen minutes/Game SHOOTOUTS (Made-Att)

Score 3-4 1-2 2-5

Lot L L

Att. 456 480 1151

MU

OPP

6-76 .079 2.0 25.3

11-129 .085 3.7 43.0

2-14 .143 16 .125

4-18 .222 17 .235

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

26 52 8.7 17.3 0-0

19 38 6.3 12.7 0-0

Record: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE ##

Player

18 20 6 13 27 3 15 5 14 4 26 16 10 28 23 8 17 19 25 9 22

Tyler Klein Tanner Burton Thomas Nosella Ashton Reinboldt Rjay Berra Scott Milnthorp Ben Morgan Derek Perl Matt Williams Mike Zajac Brian Berger Matt Berger Brett Campbell Warren Carter Tom Glomski Ian Harvie Brodie Jamieson Aaron Leonard Niles Owen Tanner Pagendam Adam Ritchie Total Opponents

Goalie 29 Josh Baker

##

Total Opponents

Overall 0-3-0 0-2-0 0-1-0

Home 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-0-0

gp

g

a

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 1 3 1 3 3 1 1 3 3 3

4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 11

1 1 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 16

pts

sh

sh% pen-min

.571 2-4 .250 2-4 .000 2-4 .500 2-4 .000 1-2 .000 1-2 .000 1-2 .000 3-6 .000 1-2 .000 0-0 .000 3-6 .000 2-4 .000 1-2 .000 2-4 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .000 1-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .079 26-52 .085 19-38 saves save%

min

ga

gaavg

3 3 3

184:33 184:33 181:20

11 11 6

3.58 3.58 1.99

118 118 70

.915 .915 .921

MU

Opponent

480 1/480 0/0

1607 2/804

Goals by Period Marian University Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

5 1

1 4

0 5

0 1

Saves by Period Marian University Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

41 21

38 22

36 24

3 3

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Neutral 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

5 7 2 4 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 6 1 0 1 5 1 2 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 16 76 27 129

gp

Attendance Summary Total Dates/Avg Per Date Neutral Site #/Avg

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Away 0-2-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

Total 6 11 Total 118 70

pp sh

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 w-l-t

0-3-0 0-3-0 3-0-0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0



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