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2017-2018 MEN'S HOCKEY SCHEDULE Date Opponent Location Oct. 6 (Fri.) at Miami (OH) Oxford, Ohio Oct. 7 (Sat.) at Miami (OH) Oxford, Ohio Oct. 15 (Sun.) BOSTON COLLEGE* Providence, R.I. Oct. 20 (Fri.) at St. Lawrence Canton, N.Y. Oct. 21 (Sat.) at Clarkson Potsdam, N.Y. Oct. 27 (Fri.) BOSTON COLLEGE* Providence, R.I. Oct. 28 (Sat.) BOSTON UNIVERSITY* Providence, R.I.

Time 7:35 p.m. 8 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7 p.m.

Nov. 3 (Fri.) Nov. 9 (Thurs.) Nov. 11 (Sat.) Nov. 17 (Fri.) Nov. 18 (Sat.) Nov. 24 (Fri.) Nov. 25 (Sat.)

at Boston University* at Massachusetts* MASSACHUSETTS* MERRIMACK* at Merrimack* vs. Maine*^ vs. Clarkson/RPI^

Boston, Mass. Amherst, Mass. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. North Andover, Mass. Belfast, N. Ireland Belfast, N. Ireland

7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

Dec. 1 (Fri.) Dec. 2 (Sat.) Dec. 8 (Fri.) Dec. 9 (Sat.) Dec. 29 (Fri.) Dec. 30 (Sat.)

NEW HAMPSHIRE* at New Hampshire* RIT RIT Arizona State # Robert Morris/Lake St. #

Providence, R.I. Durham, N.H. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa.

7:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. TBA

Jan. 3 (Wed.) Jan. 6 (Sat.) Jan. 12 (Fri.) Jan. 13 (Sat.) Jan. 18 (Thurs.) Jan. 20 (Sat.) Jan. 26 (Fri.) Jan. 27 (Sat.)

BROWN ! MERRIMACK* at Boston College* at Boston University* at Connecticut* CONNECTICUT* at Northeastern* NORTHEASTERN*

Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Boston, Mass. Hartford, Conn. Providence, R.I. Boston, Mass. Providence, R.I.

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

Feb. 2 (Fri.) Feb. 3 (Sat.) Feb. 10 (Sat.) Feb. 16 (Fri.) Feb. 17 (Sat.) Feb. 24 (Sat.)

at Vermont* at Vermont* MAINE* UMASS LOWELL* at UMass Lowell* at Massachusetts*

Burlington, Vt. Burlington, Vt. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I. Lowell, Mass. Amherst, Mass.

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

* Hockey East Game ^ Friendship Four (Belfast, Northern Ireland) # Three Rivers Classic (Pittsburgh, Pa.) ! Mayor's Cup Dates and times are subject to change


TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts & Follow The Friars................................................................................1 Media Information........................................................................................................2 Providence College Hockey...................................................................................3-6 Providence, R.I. ..............................................................................................................7 Providence College..................................................................................................8-9 2017-18 FRIARS Rosters......................................................................................................................10-11 Player Bios (Graduate Student & Seniors)...................................................12-17 Player Bios (Juniors)............................................................................................18-23 Player Bios (Sophomores).................................................................................24-31 Player Bios (Freshmen).......................................................................................32-38 COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF Head Coach Nate Leaman................................................................................39-40 Assistant Coaches................................................................................................41-42 Support Staff..........................................................................................................43-47 FACILITIES Schneider Arena...................................................................................................48-53 2016-17 Season In Review Notes........................................................................................................................54-55 Box Scores...............................................................................................................56-65 2016-17 Individual Statistics.................................................................................. 66 2016-17 Results........................................................................................................... 67 2016-17 Situational Records.................................................................................. 68 2016-17 Individual Honors..................................................................................... 68 2016-17 In The Polls.................................................................................................. 68 History and Records Hockey East Hockey East Association.......................................................................................... 70 Hockey East Standings Through the Years..................................................71-74 Hockey East Award Winners.............................................................................75-83 Providence College Hockey East Award Winners.....................................84-85 Providence College In The Hockey East Tournament.................................... 86

CREDITS: The 2017-18 Providence College Men's Hockey Online Team Guide is published by the Providence College Athletic Department and all rights are reserved. All Information in this guide is property of the Providence College Athletic Department. EDITOR: Mike Billings COVER DESIGNS: Matt Centore PHOTOGRAPHY: Tom Maguire, David Silverman, Steve Babineau, Jennifer Rynearson, Hockey East, SMMA, John Risley, Matt Risley, Richard Benjamin, Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, New Jersey Devils, Albany Devils, Chicago Blackhawks, ©2009 NHLI, San Jose Sharks, Toronto Maple Leafs, Calgary Flames, New York Islanders, Winnipeg Jets, Dominic Channon, Bill Wippert, Stew Milne, Chris Emerson, Allan Kee, Brian Fluarty, and Jen Rynearson.

History Mayor's Cup.................................................................................................................. 87 Providence College vs. All-Time Opponents..............................................88-89 All-Time Series vs. Opponents (Game-By-Game).....................................89-99 Year-by-Year Results.......................................................................................100-112 All-Time Team Captains..........................................................................................113 All-Time Tournament Results......................................................................114-119 PC NCAA Tournament Results & Records...............................................120-121 Providence College Logo History.......................................................................122 Important Names and Events.....................................................................123-128 History Overview......................................................................................................129 All-Americans...................................................................................................130-131 Friars in the NHL..............................................................................................132-133 Friars in the NHL Draft...................................................................................134-135 Friar Honor Roll................................................................................................136-139 All-Time Roster (Alphabetical)....................................................................140-147 All-Time Goaltender Roster (Alphabetical).....................................................148 All-Time Roster (Numerical).........................................................................149-150 Providence Records........................................................................................151-157 Year-by-Year Leaders......................................................................................158-162


PROVIDENCE COLLEGE QUICK FACTS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

History First Varsity Season..................................................................................................1926-27 ECAC Hockey Titles......................................................................................... 1964 & 1981 Hockey East Regular Season Titles......................................... 2016 (Co-Champions) Hockey East Tournament Titles.................................................................. 1985 & 1996 NCAA Tournament Appearances ........................................................... 13 (last: 2017) NCAA Championships ..................................................................................1 (last: 2015) All-Americans..................................................................... 25 (Last: Jake Walman 2017) Hobey Baker Finalists....................................................7 (Last: Rob Gaudreau ‘91-92)

TELEVISION | STREAMING VIDEO & AUDIO | RADIO Providence College hockey games will be carried by various media outlets throughout the 2017-18 season. All 14 home games are slated to be streamed online on Friars All-Access, in addition to 11 home games broadcast on YurView (Cox 4 & 1004 HD). Audio calls of all road games and games not televised by YurView will be broadcast via the Internet on www.friars.com. In addition, 20 games will be broadcast on 1240 AM (WOON). Mike Logan, who will be in his 23rd year as the voice of the Friars, will call the live action all season long. Logan also has done play-by-play for the Pawtucket Red Sox, Northeastern University (basketball) and Harvard University (football and basketball). His wealth of experience extends beyond radio as he also does television play-by-play for Providence College hockey on Cox Sports TV as well as college hockey on NESN. Logan was the recipient of the Joe Concannon Media Award on September 29, 2008 at the 25th Annual Hockey East Media Day at the TD Banknorth Garden in Boston, Mass. Logan was the 17th recipient of the Joe Concannon Media Award. GETTING TO SCHNEIDER ARENA

Follow Website:........................................................................................................www.friars.com Twitter:.........................................................................@FriarsHockey | @CoachLeaman Youtube: .............................................................. www.youtube.com/PCFriarsHockey Facebook:............................................................................Facebook.com/FriarsHockey Instagram.......................................................................................................... FriarsHockey

From New York and points south: Follow I-95 to Providence Exit 23 (State Offices). Take a right at the end of the exit. Take your first right (bearing right at the fork) onto Douglas Avenue (Route 7). Follow Douglas Avenue for one-half mile. Turn left onto Eaton Street at the Douglas Service Station. Proceed on Eaton Street until the first light. At light make a right onto Huxley Avenue. Follow Huxley to the main gate and make a left. Once in the gate, Schneider Arena is on the right.

Miscellaneous Assoc AD/Hockey Administrator...............................................................Kyle Murphy Office Phone............................................................................................. 401-865-2555 Rink Manager .......................................................................................................Eric Dursin Office Phone............................................................................................. 401-865-2331 Ticket Manager.....................................................................................Andrew Schoepfer Office Phone............................................................................................. 401-865-4672

From Worcester and the Massachusetts Turnpike: Follow Route 146 to Providence Exit 'Admiral Street.' Turn right at the stop light onto Admiral Street and proceed through two traffic lights. Go past the CVS Pharmacy and take your third left. This is Huxley Avenue. Schneider Arena is on the right hand side of the road. Follow Huxley to the main gate and make a right. Once in the gate, Schneider Arena is on the right.

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From Boston and points north: Follow I-95 to Providence Exit 23 (Charles Street). Turn right at the end of the exit onto Charles Street. Turn left at the stop light onto Admiral Street and proceed through two traffic lights. Go past the CVS Pharmacy and take your third left. This is Huxley Avenue. Schneider Arena is on the right hand side of the road. Follow Huxley to the main gate and make a right. Once in the gate, Schneider Arena is on the right.

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Media Relations Hockey Contact:..............................................................................................Mike Billings Email: ........................................................................................mbillin2@providence.edu Office Phone: ................................................................................................. 401-865-2201 Press Box Phone............................................................................................ 401-865-1414 Address: ..............................................1 Cunningham Square, Providence, RI 02918

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Top Returners Brian Pinho (Sr., F) .....................................................................................39 GP; 12-28-40 Erik Foley (Jr., F) .........................................................................................36 GP; 15-19-34 Josh Wilkins (So., F) ..................................................................................39 GP; 13-18-31 Scott Conway (Jr., F) .................................................................................38 GP; 12-11-23 Jacob Bryson (So., D) ................................................................................. 39 GP; 3-17-20

The Friars earned their fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth in 2016-17.

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Team Information Head Coach............................................................. Nate Leaman (SUNY Cortland ‘97) Record at Providence/season................................................................. 128-77-28/7th Career Record/season........................................................................... 266-204-63/15th Assistant Coach ...................................................................Scott Borek (Dartmouth ‘85) Assistant Coach ........................................................ Kris Mayotte (Union College ‘06) Volunteer Assistant Coach ................................... Ron Rolston (Michigan Tech '89) Student Assistant Coach ..................................................... Garrett Gamez (Providence ‘19) Coordinator of Hockey Operations ...............................Theresa Feaster (Providence ‘16) Final 2016-17 Record ..............................................................................................22-12-5 2016-17 Hockey East Record/Finish.............................................................12-7-3/5th Letter winners Returning/Lost....................................................................................19/7 Newcomers ..............................................................................................................................8 Captain ................................................................................................................ Brian Pinho

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Location ...................................................................................Providence, Rhode Island Denomination......................................................................................... Dominican Friars Founded .......................................................................................................................... 1917 Enrollment ..................................................................................................................... 3,897 Nickname......................................................................................................................... Friars Colors ......................................................................... Black, White and Silver (PMS 877) Arena............................................................................................. Schneider Arena (3,030) Arena Surface .........................................................................................................200’ X 85’ Conference .......................................................................................................Hockey East President ....................................................................................Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. Assoc. VP/Athletics Director ...................................................... Robert G. Driscoll, Jr. Asst. VP/Exec. Assoc. AD/SWA .......................................................................Jill LaPoint Sr. Assoc. AD/External Relations .........................................................Steve Napolillo Assoc. AD/Media Relations & Strategic Communications .............. Arthur Parks Asst. AD/Facilities ...........................................................................................Dave Longo Assoc. Athletic Director/Business ..................................................... Ashlee Magosin Assoc. AD/Sports Medicine ............................................................................John Rock Assoc. AD/Compliance .................................................................................Joe Nicastro


MEDIA INFORMATION Thank you for your interest in covering Providence College Friar athletics. This guide should help you in your coverage of the Friars. If you have further questions or need assistance, please feel free to contact Mike Billings (mbillin2@providence.edu). PRESS BOX CONDUCT Providence College respectfully reminds each person on press row that you are in a working area and cheering for either team is not tolerated. Your cooperation is appreciated. SCHNEIDER ARENA PRESS CREDENTIALS PROCEDURES Admittance to the Schneider Arena press box, photo areas and postgame media area is restricted to working media. Requests for credentials should be made one week in advance. All credentials will be left at the Will Call window at Schneider Arena (credentials will not be mailed). Guests in your party with game tickets should enter through the main lobby. GAME NOTES & PROGRAMS Game notes and line charts will be available to all members of the media in the press box. Extra line charts will be available for pro scouts for player identification purposes. POST-GAME PROCEDURES After the 10-minute cooling off period, Providence College Head Coach Nate Leaman will be available outside the locker room. Anyone wishing to interview a specific player should notify Mike Billings prior to the completion of the contest. RADIO AND TRANSMITTING Providence College Athletics has installed one phone line for visiting commercial radio or visiting student radio. There are other lines available at press row for running accounts but are limited to a first-come, firstserved basis. Anyone wishing to install his/her own telephone line as a second radio station should contact Carmine Piscopo in the Providence College Telecommunications Office (401) 865-2800. All outside phone orders should go through this office or they won't be installed. Please give at least two weeks notice to the Telecommunications Office. Please give Mike Billings as a contact at Schneider Arena. Any radio station or reporting service seeking in-game or post-game reports must make arrangements through the media relations office. NEWS TELEVISION PHOTOGRAPHERS Space for television cameras is available on the lower level of the press box on a first-come, first-served basis. When this deck is full, television cameras can be set up in the organ loft in Section L if space is available. Cameras can not be set up in the handicapped seating areas around the walkways. If you are looking to do a live take prior to the game or just after the game, please let us know so that we may make arrangements with the operations staff of Schneider Arena. BROADCAST TELEVISION SHOOTERS Live television crews have use of the press box and the box between the team benches at ice level and behind the goals. VISITING COACHES Space has been made available in the Schneider Arena press box for the visiting team to watch the game from above: one visiting coach, one visiting statistician and one visiting administrator spot (plus SID). WEEKLY PROCEDURES The media relations office will distribute weekly press releases and game notes.

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Providence Journal 75 Fountain Street Providence, RI 02902 Phone: (401) 277-7340 Fax: (401) 277-7444 Web site: www.projo.com E-mail: pjsports@projo.com Editor: Michael McDermott Writer: Mark Divver Associated Press 10 Dorrance Street Providence, RI 02903 Phone: (401) 274-2270 Fax: (401) 272-5644 184 High Street Boston, Mass. 02110 Phone: (800) 882-1407 Fax: (617) 338-8125 Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02107 Phone: (617) 929-2860 Fax: (617) 929-2670 Web Site: www.boston.com E-mail: sports@globe.com Editor: Joe Sullivan Writer: Kevin Paul Dupont Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, Mass. 02106 Phone: (800) 234-5680 Fax: (617) 619-6430 Web site: www.bostonherald.com E-mail: sports@bostonherald.com Editor: Hank Hryniewiccz Writer: John Connolly The Cowl PC weekly student newspaper Providence, RI 02918 Phone: (401) 865-2214 Fax: (401) 865-1202 Web site: www.thecowl.com Kent County Daily Times 1353 Main Street West Warwick, RI 02893 Phone: (401) 821-7400 Fax: (401) 828-0810 Web site: www.kent-countywebsite.com Woonsocket Call P.O. Box A, 75 Main Street Woonsocket, RI 02895 Phone: (401) 767-8545 Fax: (401) 765-2834 Web site: www.woonsocketcall.com

New England Hockey Journal 1010 West Squantom Street Quincy, MA 02171 Phone: (617) 773-9955 Web site: www.hockeyjournal.com Editor: Eric Seamans U.S. College Hockey Online Web site: www.uscho.com Writer: Jim Connelly Writer: Dave Hendrickson TELEVISION COX SPORTS 1320 Eddie Dowling Hwy Lincoln, RI 02865 Web site: www.coxhub.com New England Sports Network (NESN) 70 Brookline Avenue Fenway Park Boston, MA 02215 Phone: (617) 536-9233 Fax: (617) 536-7814 Web site: www.nesn.com Comcast Sports NET New England 42 Third Avenue Burlington, MA 01803 Phone: (781) 270-7200 Fax: (781) 221-7580 Web site: www.CSNNE.com WPRI-TV 12 (CBS) 25 Catamore Street East Providence, RI 02915 Phone: (401) 228-1848 Fax: (401) 431-1012 Web site: www.wpri.com Director: Yianni Kourakis WJAR-TV 10 (NBC) 23 Kenny Drive Cranston, RI 02920 Phone: (401) 455-9105 Fax: (401) 455-9140 Web site: www.turnto10.com Director: Frank Carpano WLNE-TV 6 (ABC) Charles and Orms Streets Providence, RI 02903 Phone: (401) 453-8038 Fax: (401) 331- 4431 Web site: www.abc6.com Director: Nick Coit RADIO WOON (1240 AM) Phone: 401-762-1240 Web site: www.onworldwide.com

Head Coach Nate Leaman is available by pre-scheduled appointment. Please schedule interviews through the media relations office. Players have been instructed not to conduct interviews unless scheduled through the media relations office. Please do not contact the players directly by phone or email. There will be no interviews on game days. All interviews on other days must be conducted before or after practice. Please respect the players' academic responsibilities when requesting longer interviews. WEB INFORMATION Providence College releases, statistics and game recaps are available via www.friars.com. Additional information about Providence College and all of the 11 Hockey East institutions is available at www.hockeyeastonline.com.

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EXPERIENCE A CITY IN RENAISSANCE... Providence, Rhode Island is among America’s most dynamic, diverse and exciting new destination cities. Come and see it for yourself. Gather with thousands in the rejuvenated downtown for a magical WaterFire display. Catch a Broadway-bound show. Enjoy dinner in one of the city’s many award-winning restaurants, then head to Federal Hill to sip an authentic caffe latte. Mingle with the more than 26,000 students who attend the city’s five colleges and universities. Explore internship opportunities with the city’s businesses and nonprofits and see a real-world path to career success. Providence College’s scenic 105-acre campus is located just 10 minutes away from one of the most historic and cosmopolitan city centers in the United States. Come to Providence and embrace all that America’s Renaissance City has to offer.

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A LIVELY DOWNTOWN SCENE... It’s where Colonial-era cobblestone streets intersect with gleaming new office buildings. Where young men and women from across the nation intern with some of the most recognized names in finance, business, technology and healthcare. In Providence, there’s always something happening, always a new exhibition, bookshop or bistro to check out. The New York Times describes it as “one of the hippest towns in New England.” And Money Magazine calls it “the best city in the East for young professionals.”

YOU’RE CLOSE... Providence is a short drive from T.F. Green Airport. Known as the “hassle-free gateway to New England,” the airport is conveniently located close to Interstate 95 and offers non-stop flight connections to cities throughout the United States and Caribbean.

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A WEALTH OF WEEKEND DESTINATIONS... Known as the Ocean State, Rhode Island boasts more than 400 miles of stunning coastline. The world-famous mansions of Newport, along with the shores of Narragansett Bay are just a 30-minute drive from Providence. The ski slopes of New England make a great day trip, and the beaches of Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard are all within easy reach.

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For complete information, contact the Providence Convention and Visitors Bureau, (800) 233-1636 and the Rhode Island Division of Tourism, (800) 556-2484.

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Providence is America’s newest destination city. Here’s why: • The Providence Performing Arts Center is the second largest indoor theater in New England • The Dunkin’ Donuts Center (home of Providence College basketball) has hosted the NCAA Hockey Championship and NCAA Basketball Tournament among other major sporting events • At the upscale Providence Place Mall, you’ll find more than 160 shops, theaters, acclaimed restaurants and an IMAX Theater • The renowned WaterFire display on the Providence River is one of the many attractions that draw thousands to the city’s dynamic downtown • With seven historic districts featuring beautifully preserved 18th-and-19th century architecture, Providence is one of the most historic cities in America • Providence has the country’s largest per capita concentration of college students, making it one of the nation’s most student-friendly cities • Providence has a rich diversity of neighborhoods offering a wide selection of ethnic cuisine, from pad thai to paella • The nationally acclaimed Roger Williams Park Zoo is home to hundreds of rare animals from around the world • The city’s rich cultural calendar includes dance performances, theater productions, music recitals, gallery shows and readings by prominent authors and poets


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PROVIDENCE COLLEGE PROFILE

Providence College is a primarily undergraduate, liberal arts, Catholic institution of higher education. Committed to fostering academic excellence through the sciences and humanities, the College provides a variety of opportunities for intellectual, social, moral and spiritual growth in a supportive environment.

Affiliation Roman Catholic Dominican Friars Enrollment 3,989 undergraduates 9% from Rhode Island 64% from New England 44% men, 56% women Providence, Rhode Island 179,207 residents (Estimated) Campus 105 acres

The College actively cultivates intellectual, spiritual, ethical and aesthetic values within the context of the Judaeo-Christian heritage. These values are nurtured by the unique tradition of the Dominican Order which emphasizes quality teaching and scholarship. Providence College recognizes the unity of the human family that proceeds from its one Creator. It therefore encourages the deepest respect for the essential dignity, freedom and equality of every person and welcomes qualified women and men from all religious, racial and ethnic backgrounds. Providence College prepares its students to be responsible and productive citizens to serve in their own society and the greater world community.

Concannon Fitness Center/Peterson Rec. Center Bagley Arena • Basketball, Tennis & Volleyball Courts • Four-lane indoor track Cuddy Racquetball Complex (3 courts) Taylor Natatorium Locker Rooms Exercise / Dance Studio Fitness Facility

Responding to the needs of Rhode Island, the Dominican Order of Preachers made a special commitment to the state in 1917 and founded Providence College — the only institution of higher learning in North America that is conducted by the Order. In 96 years, Providence College has steadily moved to a position of national prominence, while maintaining a personal, community-like atmosphere that fosters growth and development among its student population. Providence College’s rich heritage dates back to 1216, or the origins of the Dominican Order in Spain. Through the ages, the Dominican Friars became known as the “champions of the faith,” spreading the gospel message through the centuries into every corner of the globe. Today, Dominican Friars continue to spread the gospel in a wide range of remote areas of the world, to teach at every level of the United States educational system. With the Dominican tradition as its foundation, Providence College focuses on developing the entire person through its values-oriented education. The college seeks to complement a student’s knowledge with knowledge of his own values — values that will remain the foundation for sound judgement throughout a lifetime. To that end, Providence College aims to relate its curriculum to the problems of con-

Phillips Memorial Library 1,741,419 total volumes Ryan Center for Business Studies Home to PC's highly-ranked School of Business Designed for active and collaborative learning The latest in business education and technology Campus-Wide Technology Seven computer labs (general use) 12 cluster computer labs (specific departments) 85 computers in library (general use) Eight residence halls Five apartment buildings One suite hall Five dining facilities Faculty 448 teaching faculty 6% Dominican priests or sisters 12:1 student to faculty ratio 93% Ph.D. or highest degree in field

temporary society, offering diverse programs of study that remain grounded in the liberal arts. Students may choose from some 60 concentrations ranging from computer science to labor relations to theatre arts. In addition, qualified students who wish to structure a program not specifically provided under the regular concentrations may develop their own program with the approval of the dean of the college. As part of the core curriculum, all students take a two-year, team-taught course, Development of Western Civilization (DWC) which integrates the study of literature, philosophy, history and religious studies through the ages into a cohesive interdisciplinary unit. Situated just on the fringe of downtown Providence, the College’s location enables students to have easy access to the many social, cultural, educational and recreational amenities of urban life - the Providence Public Library; entertainment at the Providence Performing Arts Center; the Providence Place Mall, the Bank of America City Center, sporting events, entertainment and trade shows at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center and the Providence Convention Center and dozens of fine restaurants. With several other major educational institutions located in Providence, the city has become a hub of collegiate activity.

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Providence College Intercollegiate Athletics program is to foster the personal development and education of young men and women through their participation in NCAA Division I athletics. Athletic contests provide an opportunity for the campus and the community at large to demonstrate their support of the College, its athletics program, and the student-athletes. The Athletic Department strives to fulfill student-athlete needs and goals in an environment steeped in the Dominican tradition in which honesty, integrity, mutual respect, effort and constant improvement are cherished and cultivated.

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Kaitlyn O'Malley, Associate Director of Student-Athlete Services Jonathan Gomes, Associate Director for Tutoring & Disability Services Anthony Mendes, Academic Coordinator for Student-Athletes Marissa Mezzanotte, Academic Coordinator for Men's Basketball

Academic Monitoring Progress report slips (i.e., requesting information regarding class attendance and performance) are sent to each instructor for all studentathletes at least once per semester. The staff track individual progress, schedules meetings with student-athletes as appropriate, and personally contacts instructors as necessary. Counseling/Mentoring The staff meets with student-athletes, individually and in groups, regarding academic, athletic, career, and/or personal issues.

Undergraduate students must spend at least eight semesters in full-time attendance, unless the period is reduced by advanced standing credit from another institution as reviewed and approved by the dean of undergraduate and graduate studies. The College reserves the right to allow graduation at the completion of seven semesters following the successful petition by students to the Committee on Academic Status with the subsequent approval of the provost and senior vice president for academic affairs. Official and complete academic information is published in Providence College’s academic catalogs, available at http://catalog.providence.edu/.

The newly constructed Ruane Center for the Humanities

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Life Skills Program/Special Projects Programs and workshops on select life skills (i.e., NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program) are presented, covering the following five component areas: academics, personal development, community service, athletics, and career development. The OSA has collaborative relationships with many units on campus to help provide these services.

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Pre-Advisement/Registration The staff assists student-athletes with planning and course registration. In conjunction with the Office of Academic Records, dates are determined for preregistration each semester. Study Hall Quiet, monitored study time is available, during daytime and evening hours. Student-athletes are required and/or recommendation to attend, on a sport-by-sport basis, by their respective head coach.

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Travel Notifications At the beginning of each semester, student-athletes are provided with letters for their instructors, notifying them of travel/competitive schedules. Tutorial Services and The Writing Center The Tutorial Center, which is nationally certified by the College Reading & Learning Association, provides peer tutoring in most all subject areas. The Tutorial Center is open until 9:00 p.m. weeknights. The Writing Center provides more intensive and specialized writing support and also maintains evening hours for student-athletes’ convenience.

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To be eligible for a bachelor’s degree, members of the Classes of 2015, must earn a minimum of 116 earned credit hours and complete at least 36 courses with a minimum value of three credits each. For members of the Class of 2016 and subsequent years, a minimum of 120 credit hours must be earned. For students of all class years, 2.00 (4.00 scale) minimum cumulative and major grade point averages are required. Included in the total credit hours for students beginning with the Class of 2016 are Core Curriculum courses in the areas of Development of Western Civilization (4 courses), Philosophy (2), Theology (2), Natural Science (1), Quantitative Reasoning (1), Social Science (1), and Fine Arts (1). In addition, a Core Focus sequence (2 courses) outside of one’s major requirements and learning proficiencies in the areas of Intensive Writing (2), Oral Communication (1), Civic Engagement (1), and Diversity (1) must be successfully completed.

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Student-athletes who have distinguished themselves in the classroom, as well as on the field or court, may be nominated for the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team, the HOCKEY EAST Academic Honor Roll, NFHCA Division I Academic Team or the Academic All-America Program presented by CoSIDA. The Providence College Athletic Department also honors student-athletes each semester who have achieved a 3.00 grade point average or higher.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Providence College is a Catholic, Dominican, liberal arts institution of higher education and a community committed to academic excellence in pursuit of the truth, growth in virtue, and service of God and neighbor.

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ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES The Office of Academic Services (OAS) provides specialized support to student-athletes in light of the unique time demands, responsibilities, and rules governing participation in intercollegiate athletics. Holistic services are provided in a safe, personal environment where academic growth is a priority, personal development and independence are enhanced, and long-term success is nurtured by a staff which models these same commitments.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER 1 Jake Beaton Sr. G 6-0/192 East Falmouth, Mass. Providence College (ACHA) 2 Vincent Desharnais Jr. D 6-6/224 Laval, Quebec Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL) 5 Tommy Davis Gr. D 6-2/194 Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. Princeton Tigers (ECAC) 6 Jeff Baum Fr. D 5-10/179 Colleyville, Texas Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) 7 Ben Mirageas Fr. D 6-1/178 Newburyport, Mass. Chicago Steel (USHL) 8 Ryan Tait Jr. F 5-10/188 Santa Clarita, Calif. Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) 9 Brandon Duhaime So. F 6-0/205 Parkland, Fla. Tri-City Storm (USHL) 10 Scott Conway Jr. F 6-0/185 Basingstoke, England Penticton Vees (BCHL) 11 Greg Printz Fr. F 6-2/214 Fairfax, Va. Omaha Lancers (USHL) 12 Erik Foley Jr. F 5-11/193 Mansfield, Mass. Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (USHL) 14 Chase Zieky So. F 5-10/183 Avon, Conn. Salmon Arm Silverbacks (BCHL) 15 Josh Wilkins So. F 5-11/180 Raleigh, N.C. Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) 16 Jake Ryczek Fr. D 5-10/181 Ludlow, Mass. Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) 17 Shane Kavanagh So. F 5-10/195 East Providence, R.I. Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) 18 Jacob Bryson So. D 5-9/177 London, Ontario Omaha Lancers (USHL) 19 Jason O'Neill Fr. F 5-11/178 Odenton, Md. Chicago Steel (USHL) 20 Kasper Björkqvist So. F 6-1/205 Espoo, Finland Espoo Blues (Jr. A SM-Liiga) 21 Spenser Young So. D 5-10/175 Brentwood, N.H. Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) 22 Vimal Sukumaran So. F 5-10/184 Montreal, Quebec Chilliwack Chiefs (BCHL) 23 Truman Reed Sr. D 6-2/212 Anchorage, Alaska Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) 24 Bryan Lemos Jr. F 5-10/191 East Providence, R.I. Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL) 25 Robbie Hennessey Sr. F 5-10/174 Garnet Valley, Pa. Northwood School (USHS) 26 Brian Pinho Sr. F 6-1/191 North Andover, Mass. Indiana Ice (USHL) 28 Alex Cromwell Sr. F 6-2/219 McKinney, Texas Fort McMurray Oil Barons (AJHL) 29 Bailey Conger Fr. F 6-1/185 Boise, Idaho Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) 31 Hayden Hawkey Jr. G 6-2/187 Parker, Colo. Omaha Lancers (USHL) 33 Gabe Mollot-Hill Fr. G 6-4/197 Ottawa, Ontario Bloomington Thunder (USHL) Captain: Brian Pinho Nate Leaman - Head Coach (Seventh Season, SUNY Cortland ’97) Scott Borek - Associate Head Coach (Third Season, Dartmouth '85) Kris Mayotte - Assistant Coach (Fourth Season, Union College ’06) Ron Rolston - Volunteer Assistant Coach (First Season, Michigan Tech '90) Garrett Gamez - Student Assistant Coach (Providence College '19) Theresa Feaster - Coordinator of Men's Hockey Operations (Second Season, Providence College ’16)

ROSTER BY CLASS Graduate Student (1) 5 Tommy Davis

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Seniors (5) 1 Jake Beaton 23 Truman Reed 25 Robbie Hennessey 26 Brian Pinho 28 Alex Cromwell

Sophomores (8) 9 Brandon Duhaime 14 Chase Zieky 15 Josh Wilkins 17 Shane Kavanagh 18 Jacob Bryson 20 Kasper Björkqvist 21 Spenser Young 22 Vimal Sukumaran

Juniors (6) 2 Vincent Desharnais 8 Ryan Tait 10 Scott Conway 12 Erik Foley 10

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Freshmen (7) 6 Jeff Baum 7 Ben Mirageas 11 Greg Printz 16 Jake Ryczek 19 Jason O'Neill 29 Bailey Conger 33 Gabe Mollot-Hill

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California (1) 8 Ryan Tait

New Hampshire (1) 21 Spenser Young

Connecticut (1) 14 Chase Zieky

North Carolina (1) 15 Josh Wilkins

Colorado (1) 31 Hayden Hawkey

Ontario (2) 18 Jacob Bryson 33 Gabe Mollot-Hill

England (1) 10 Scott Conway Finland (1) 20 Kasper Bjรถrkqvist Florida (1) 9 Brandon Duhaime

Maryland (1) 19 Jason O'Neill

Rhode Island (2) 17 Shane Kavanagh 24 Bryan Lemos Texas (2) 6 Jeff Baum 28 Alex Cromwell

Marketing (1) 8 Ryan Tait

Finance (7) 1 Jake Beaton 18 Jacob Bryson 28 Alex Cromwell 31 Hayden Hawkey 24 Bryan Lemos 26 Brian Pinho 22 Vimal Sukumaran

Mathematics (1) 33 Gabe Mollot-Hill

Management (9) 6 Jeff Baum 20 Kasper Bjรถrkqvist 29 Bailey Conger 10 Scott Conway 2 Vincent Desharnais 7 Ben Mirageas 19 Jason O'Neill 11 Greg Printz 14 Chase Zieky

MBA (1) 5 Tommy Davis Political Science (2) 12 Erik Foley 23 Truman Reed Sociology (2) 9 Brandon Duhaime 17 Shane Kavanagh Undeclared (3) 16 Jake Ryczek 15 Josh Wilkins 21 Spenser Young

Virginia (1) 11 Greg Printz

FACILITIES

Massachusetts (5) 1 Jake Beaton 7 Ben Mirageas 12 Erik Foley 16 Jake Ryczek 26 Brian Pinho

Quebec (1) 2 Vincent Desharnais 22 Vimal Sukumaran

Economics (1) 25 Robbie Hennessey

COACHES & STAFF

Idaho (1) 29 Bailey Conger

Pennsylvania (1) 25 Robbie Hennessey

BREAKDOWN BY MAJOR

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New Jersey (1) 5 Tommy Davis

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Alaska (1) 23 Truman Reed

SEASON IN REVIEW HISTORY & RECORDS

Brian Pinho was named the 100th captain in team history.

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CAREER STATS CAREER STATS VERSUS 2017-18 OPPONENTS Opponent GP G-A-P

Arizona State 0 Boston College 0 Boston University 0 Brown 6 Connecticut 0 Clarkson 8 Maine 3 Massachusetts 1 Mass. Lowell 1 Merrimack 1 Miami 0 New Hampshire 0 Northeastern 0 RIT 0 Robert Morris 0 RPI 5 St. Lawrence 6 Vermont 0

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2016-17 AT PRINCETON Skated in 33 games and scored three goals and six assists for nine points … blocked 48 shots, took 52 shots on goal and had the most penalty minutes on the team with 38 … chipped in an assist in a 5-3 win against No. 7 Quinnipiac on Dec. 9 … added an assist in a 4-3 win over UMass on Dec. 13 … net an assist in a 6-1 win over No. 19 Minnesota State on Dec. 16 … tallied an assist in a 2-2 draw with Colgate on Jan. 14 … scored his first goal of the season at Rensselaer on Feb. 17 ... scored twice in a 4-2 loss at No. 7 Union, marking the first time a defender scored twice in a game since 2015 ... had an assist in a 7-2 victory over Brown on Feb. 24 … net an assist in Game 1 of the ECAC first-round playoffs with Colgate. 2015-16 AT PRINCETON Played in 30 games ... scored one goal and added four assists ... took 42 shots ... tallied an assist at Cornell on Nov. 6 ... had assists in back-to-back 4-2 wins at Brown and No. 10 Yale in December .. assisted on Princeton's goal in a 1-0 win over AIC on Jan. 26 ... scored the lone goal a tNo. 7 Harvard on Jan. 29. 2014-15 AT PRINCETON Skated in 27 games and had five points on two goals and three assists ... earned an assist against Colgate on Nov. 8, and in a win over Michigan State on Nov. 28 ... scored his first career goal, a power-play goal against Harvard on Dec. 5 ... collected an assist vs. Union on Jan. 9 ... scored a power-play goal in a 4-1 win over Army on Jan. 28 ... finished with 46 PIMs. 2013-14 AT PRINCETON Appeared in seven games ... missed games with a series of injuries ... finished with two points ... played his first game at No. 13 Cornell on Nov. 1 ... earned his first career point, assisting on a short-handed goal against Yale on Nov. 8 ... assisted on the OT game-winner vs. Dartmouth on Nov. 15. BEFORE COLLEGE Played 2012-13 with the Youngstown Phantoms (USHL) ... made 65 appearances, scoring seven goals and 15 assists for 22 points ... a 2012 graduate of Delbarton School ... played in 106 games with the Green Wave scoring 21 goals and 52 assists ... Delbarton won the New Jersey state championship all four years ... named first-team All-Gordon Division, second-team all-state and all-tournament as a junior ... on the 2011 NHL Central Scouting final rankings for North American skaters ... spent two seasons with the New Jersey Colonials. PERSONAL Full name is Thomas J. Davis ... born Sept. 4, 1993 ... parents are Thomas and Eileen Davis ... has a younger brother Kevin.

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PERSONAL Born Oct. 6, 1995 ... son of Robert and Vicki Beaton ... has an older sister, Mikaela ... Finance major.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played three seasons with Providence College's club hockey team (ACHA) ... appeared in 23 career games ... posted a career-best 3.35 GAA and .901 save percentage in 2015-16.

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CAREER STATS VERSUS 2017-18 OPPONENTS Opponent GP G-A-P

Arizona State 0 Boston College 1 Boston University 1 Brown 0 Clarkson 0 Connecticut 0 Lake Superior State 0 Maine 0 Massachusetts 0 Mass. Lowell 0 Merrimack 1 Miami 0 New Hampshire 0 Northeastern 1 RIT 0 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 0

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • John Ferguson Award (Highest GPA)

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2016-17: Appeared in five games … recorded three shots on goal … notched his first career point with an assist against Northeastern (11/19) … finished with a +1 rating … named the team’s John Ferguson Award winner for the second consecutive season as the player with the highest GPA. 2015-16 HONORS & AWARDS • John Ferguson Award (4/22) 2015-16 Appeared in one game, his collegiate debut at Boston College (Jan. 8) … recorded a shot and two blocks … earned the team’s John Ferguson Award for highest GPA. 2014-15 Did not play in a regular-season game as a freshman. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons with the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) ... Played in 60 games in 2013-14, recording eight goals and 17 assists for 25 points ... Helped the Oil Barons to a 2014 second-place finish in the North Division and to the semifinals of the 2014 AJHL playoffs ... Served as an alternate captain for 2013-14 and won the team's Unsung Hero award ... In 2012-13, netted six goals and notched seven assist for 13 points in 56 games ... Named the team's Glen Carrier award winner each of his two seasons with the Oil Barons, given to the hardest working player on the squad. PERSONAL Alex S. Cromwell ... Born May 14, 1994 ... Son of Mike and Beth Cromwell ... Has one younger sister, Katherine ... Finance major.

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

2016-17 Appeared in all 39 games … tallied a goal and five assists … the five assists and six points were a career high … also tallied highs in shots on goal (33), blocked shots (25) and penalty minutes (27) … scored against Yale (1/10) … posted assists against Miami (10/7), Merrimack (11/25), RIT (12/9), Maine (2/4), and Notre Dame (2/18) … named the Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Award winner as the team’s Unsung Hero.

2014-15 Made his Friar debut against Northeastern (Dec. 6) ... Notched his first point as a Friar with an assist in Providence’s 5-2 win over Maine (Feb. 28). BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played high school hockey at the Northwood School (Lake Placid, N.Y.) ... Served as a team co-captain in 2013-14 and led his squad to a 30-10-4 overall record ... Served as an assistant captain in 2012-2013, scoring 14 goals and adding 25 assists in 39 games.

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PERSONAL Robbie C. Hennessey ... Born Aug. 25, 1995 ... Son of Patrick and Amy Hennessey ... Has two older brothers, Brian and Sean, and one younger brother, Kevin ... Economics major.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2015-16 Appeared in 19 games … registered two goals and an assist … netted first goal of his career in a 7-3 season-opening win over Miami (Oct. 9) … added a goal in a 5-2 victory against Northeastern (Nov. 20) … added an assist against Merrimack (Dec. 5) … ended season with a rating of +2 and three blocked shots.

FACILITIES

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Award (Unsung Hero)

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Arizona State 0 Boston College 3 Boston University 2 Brown 3 Connecticut 4 Clarkson 1 Maine 3 Massachusetts 5 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 5 Miami 4 New Hampshire 3 Northeastern 5 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 5


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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Arizona State 0 Boston College 7 Boston University 7 Brown 5 Connecticut 6 Clarkson 1 Maine 6 Massachusetts 9 Mass. Lowell 5 Merrimack 8 Miami 5 New Hampshire 9 Northeastern 6 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 7

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (3/2) • Runner-Up as Hockey East Best Defensive Forward • Lou Lamoriello Award (Team MVP) • Gates Orlando Award (most points) • Michael Boback Award (most assists)

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2016-17 Appeared in all 39 games … recorded career-highs in points (40), goals (12), assists (28), plus/minus (+17), power play goals (4), and blocked shots (14) … the 40 points led the Friars in scoring … the 28 assists were the most by a Friar since 2002-03 … totaled 11 multi-point games … career-long eight-game point streak from 10/21-11/25 (3-7-10) … ranked 10th in the Hockey East in faceoff percentage (.550) … scored or assisted on eight of the Friars’ 22 game-winning goals … Providence was 19-4-4 when he registered a point … scored twice at Notre Dame in Game 2 of the Hockey East Quarterfinals (3/11) … also scored shorthanded against Miami (10/7), as well as goals against Boston College (10/28), Northeastern (11/18), Merrimack (11/25), RIT (10/9), Vermont (1/14), New Hampshire (1/28), Connecticut (2/8, 2/10), and UMass (3/3) … season-high three points at RIT (12/9) … awarded the team’s Lou Lamoriello Award (Team MVP), Gates Orlando Award (most points), and Michael Boback Award (most assists). 2015-16 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (1/18) 2015-16 Played 38 games totaling 25 points (9-16-25)… Had six games registering two or more points … recorded a career high four points (1-3-4) at Colgate (Oct. 30)… Tallied a goal and assist at Brown (1/03)… Added two assists a 4-4 draw versus Boston College (Jan. 9)…Registered a three-point game (1-2-3) against Vermont (Jan. 16) … Had a career-best five-game point streak scoring totaling nine points (2-7-9) from Jan. 3-16 … netted two goals in a 4-0 victory over UConn, one being a power play goal (Feb. 12) … back-to-back game-winning games against Maine (Feb. 6) and UConn (Feb. 12) … tallied a goal and an assist against Notre Dame (2/19)… added an assist in the Hockey East Semifinal game versus UMass Lowell (March 18) … finished with a +16 rating and 66 shots on goal. 2014-15 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Rookie of the Week (10/13) • 2x Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (1/5, 3/2) 2014-15 Played in 39 games, scoring six goals and adding 12 assists for 18 points to lead all Friar freshmen in scoring ... Scored a goal and added an assist in four NCAA Tournament games ... Made his Friar debut at Ohio State (Oct. 11) and scored a goal ... In game two at Ohio State (Oct. 12), netted the game-winning tally with 45 seconds to play in overtime to give the Friars the win ... Named the Hockey East Rookie of the Week (Oct. 14) ... Had three assists in Providence’s sweep of Colorado College, including two assists in PC’s 5-4 overtime win (Jan. 3) against CC, marking his first career multi-point game ... Notched the primary assist on Ross Mauermann’s goal in Providence’s 3-2 win at Notre Dame (Feb. 14) ... Had a goal and two assists for a career-high three points in Providence’s 5-2 win over Maine (Feb. 27) ... Scored his first postseason point with a goal in Providence’s 7-5 win over Miami in the NCAA East Regional Semifinals (March 28) ... Recorded an assist on Providence’s first goal in a 4-1 win over Omaha in the Frozen Four Semifinal (April 9) ... Named the team’s Most Outstanding Freshman at the season-ending banquet. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Drafted in the sixth round (174th overall) by the Washington Capitals in the 2013 NHL Draft ... Attended Washington’s 2013 and 2014 NHL Development Camps ... Played the 2013-14 season with Indiana (USHL), helping the Ice claim the 2014 Clark Cup (USHL Champions) ... Scored two goals, including the game-winning tally in game five of the championship series to clinch the Clark Cup, and added four assists in 12 playoff games ... Played in 59 regular-season games for the Ice, scoring 28 goals and adding 28 assists for 56 points ... His 56 points ranked 15th in the league, while his 28 goals tied for sixth ... Posted a plus-minus rating of +29, tied for ninth in the league ... Prior to Indiana, skated for St. John’s Prep (Danvers, Mass.) and helped the team to three Super 8 tournament appearances. PERSONAL Brian M. Pinho ... Born May 11, 1995 ... Son of Jim and Kerri Pinho ... Jim played one season of varsity hockey and four seasons of varsity lacrosse at Merrimack ... Has one older brother, Kyle, and one younger sister, Caroline ... Finance major.

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FACILITIES

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

COACHES & STAFF

Arizona State 0 Boston College 0 Boston University 0 Brown 0 Connecticut 0 Clarkson 0 Maine 0 Massachusetts 0 Mass. Lowell 0 Merrimack 1 Miami 0 New Hampshire 0 Northeastern 1 RIT 0 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 0

2016-17 Appeared in his first two collegiate games vs. Northeastern (11/19) and at Merrimack (11/25) … recorded a shot on goal at Merrimack … was a +1 vs. Northeastern.

2014-15 Did not play in a regular-season game as a freshman. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2013-14 season with the Youngtown Phantoms of the United States Hockey League (USHL), notching eight assists in 58 games ... Also played at Shattuck St. Mary's ... Scored 23 goals and added 44 assists for 67 points in 108 games in his final two seasons at Shattuck.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2015-16 Did not play in a regular-season game as a sophomore.

PERSONAL Truman J. Reed ... Born July 7, 1994 ... Son of Ashley and Terry Reed ... Political Science major.

HISTORY & RECORDS

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CAREER STATS

2014-15

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26 49

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20-51 41-93

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS (at Providence)

Arizona State 0 Boston College 2 Boston University 2 Brown 1 Connecticut 3 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 4 Merrimack 1 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 1 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 3

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2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (1/23) 2016-17 Appeared in 38 games … ranked third on the team in goals (12) and fifth in points (23) … led the team with seven power play goals … also chipped in two game-winning markers … ranked second on the team with 110 shots on goal … had six multi-point games – Northeastern (11/19), at Boston University (12/3) … at RIT (12/10) … UMass Lowell (1/21) … at UConn (2/8), and at UMass (2/24) … scored in back-to-back games vs. Clarkson (10/21) and St. Lawrence (10/22) as well as in both games against UMass Lowell (1/20-1/21) … boasted two separate fourgame point streaks … season-high seven shots on goal at UMass (2/24) … Providence was 10-0-2 when he scored a goal … finished the season with a +5 rating. BEFORE PROVIDENCE A sophomore transfer from Penn State University, Conway spent the 2015-16 season with the Penticton Vees (BCHL) where he led the entire league in scoring with 56 goals and 60 assists in 56 games played in the regular season and added nine goals and seven assists in 11 playoff games ... He also led the BCHL with 15 game-winning goals and finished second with 19 strikes on the power play ... As a freshman with Penn State in 2014-15, Conway earned Big Ten All-Rookie Team honors after finishing second in the conference in freshman scoring with 10 goals and 16 assists ... will join former Indiana Ice (USHL) teammate, Brian Pinho, at Providence after the two helped the Ice claim the Clark Cup championship in 2013-14 ... ranked second in goals (33) and fourth in points (68) that season in being named to the All-USHL First Team. PERSONAL Born April 9,1995 ... Son of Tracey and Kevin Conway ...Has one sister, Indya ... Management major.

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CAREER STATS

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FACILITIES

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COACHES & STAFF

Arizona State 0 Boston College 3 Boston University 3 Brown 3 Clarkson 0 Connecticut 3 Maine 2 Massachusetts 5 Mass. Lowell 3 Merrimack 5 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 3 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 1

2016-17 Appeared in 32 games … tallied two goals and one assist with 38 shots on goal … notched a goal at Merrimack (11/25) … scored the game-winning goal at UMass Lowell (1/21) … recorded an assist in a 3-3 tie at Notre Dame (2/18) … recorded a season-high four shots on goal vs. Maine (2/4).

BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2014-15 season with the Chilliwack Chiefs of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), notching a goal and four assists while recording 52 penalty minutes in the 54 games … Scored a goal and notched seven assists in 13 playoff games … Prior to Chilliwack, Desharnais played with the Northwood School in 2013-14, when he was teammates with current Friar Robbie Hennessey … With Northwood, Desharnais appeared in 37 games, posting five goals and 16 assists for 21 points.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2015-16 Appeared in 19 games with the Friars this year, totaling two points (1-1-2) and registering 18 penalty minutes … first career goal came against UMass Lowell in the Hockey East semifinals … also recorded an assist at Brown (Jan. 3) … finished the season with a +1 rating.

PERSONAL Vincent Desharnais ... Born May 29,1996 ... Son of Josee and Jacques Desharnais ...Has one older brother Alex Desharnais... Management major.

HISTORY & RECORDS

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CAREER STATS VERSUS 2017-18 OPPONENTS Opponent GP G-A-P

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Arizona State 0 Boston College 5 Boston University 4 Brown 3 Connecticut 4 Clarkson 1 Maine 4 Massachusetts 5 Mass. Lowell 5 Merrimack 6 Miami 2 New Hampshire 4 Northeastern 4 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 3

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Honor Roll (2/13) • Hockey East Player of the Week (2/6) • Gold Medal at 2017 IIHF World Junior Championships (1/5) • Robert Gaudreau, Jr. Award (Most Goals by a Friar) (5/6)

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2016-17 Appeared in 36 games … totaled 15 goals and 19 assists for 34 points … the 15 goals led the team … finished second on the team with a +16 rating and fourth with 99 shots on goal … notched 21 points in 21 Hockey East games played … posted nine multi-point games … recorded a career-high four points, including his first career hat trick vs. UConn (2/10) … registered two-point games against St. Lawrence (10/22), Northeastern (11/18 & 11/19), Vermont (1/14), and at UMass (2/24) … also recorded three-point games against Maine (2/3) and UMass (3/3) … Careerbest six-game point streak from 10/22 – 11/19 (3-7-10) … finished fourth in Hockey East with five game-winning goals … registered a careerhigh seven shots on goal against UConn (2/10) and Harvard (3/24) … Hockey East Player of the Week (2/6) … won a gold medal with the U.S. National Team at the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championships … named the team’s Robert Gaudreau, Jr. Award winner for scoring the most goals. 2015-16 HONORS & AWARDS • 2x Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (1/11, 2/8) 2015-16 Registered first career goal in fourth career game against Colgate (Oct. 30) … Totaled 19 points on the season, netting seven goals and tacking on 12 assists … posted first career multi-point effort with two assists at Brown (Jan. 3) … had three-game mid-season point streak totaling four points (1-3-4) … recorded a big game against Maine, scoring a power play goal and adding an assist for a two-point game total (Feb. 6) … followed that up with another two-point performance against UConn (Feb. 12) … season high six shots on goal against UMass (Feb. 27) … scored game winner against Merrimack in the Hockey East Quarterfinals (March 11)… finished the season at a +16 and recorded 16 blocked shots … given the team’s Rev. Herman Schneider, O.P. Award as the top freshman. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Drafted in the third round (78th overall) by the Winnipeg Jets in the 2015 NHL Draft ... Played the 2014-15 season with Cedar Rapids RoughRiders of the United States Hockey League (USHL) … Appeared in 55 games, netting 27 goals and adding 27 assists to lead the RoughRiders in scoring with 54 points … Was a member of the 2014 USA Ivan Hlinka Team, which placed third in Piestany, Slovakia ... Prior to joining the RoughRiders, Foley played at Tabor Academy (Marion, Mass.) … Invited to the U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp. PERSONAL Erik A. Foley.... Born June 30, 1997 ... Son of John and Aicha Foley ... Business Economics major.

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Sv.% W-L-T -- 0-0-0 .914 0-2-0 .926 0-1-1 1.000 1-0-0 .938 3-0-0 .870 0-0-1 .912 2-0-0 .971 4-0-0 .891 2-0-0 .870 0-1-1 .881 1-1-0 .960 2-0-0 .847 1-1-0 .970 2-0-0 -- 0-0-0 -- 0-0-0 .850 1-0-0 .875 1-1-0

2015-16 Logged 179:35 over five games, including two starts … boasted a 2-0-0 record with a 1.67 GAA and .940 save percentage over those five games … earned a win in his first career start at Colgate (Oct. 31), making 24 saves … also earned his first career shutout with a 24-save effort against UConn (Feb. 12) … made seven saves in relief at Colgate (Oct. 30), 14 saves in relief at Boston College (Jan. 8), and 10 saves in relief against UMass (Feb. 27).

PERSONAL Hayden G. Hawkey... Born March 1, 1995 ... Son of Michael and Ann Hawkey...Has one younger brother Christian and an older sister Noel ... Finance major.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Drafted in the sixth round (177th overall) by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2014 NHL Draft … Appeared in 15 games during the 2014-15 season with the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) before sustaining a season-ending injury … Made 33 appearences in 2013-14 while posting a 1.99 goals-against average, a .926 save percentage, and three shutouts to go along with a 22-6-3 record … Led the league in both save percentage and goals-against average, while becoming the first goaltender in the USHL Tier I era (since 2002) to post a sub-2.00 GAA … named the USHL Goaltender of the Year and a First Team All-Star (May 9, 2014) … Selected to the USHL All-Rookie Team (May 14, 2014).

SEASON IN REVIEW

2016-17 Started all 39 games in goal for the Friars … logged 2352:00 minutes … registered a 2.19 GAA and a .913 save percentage, while posting three shutouts and earning a 22-12-5 record … stopped 903 of 989 shots on goal … recorded shutouts at Brown (10/30), at New Hampshire (1/27), and vs. UMass (3/3) … allowed two or fewer goals in 24 games … recorded a 1.47 GAA and .947 save percentage, which earned him Hockey East Goaltender of the Month honors in December … was 17-7-3 with a 1.96 GAA and .925 save percentage from Dec. 1 through the end of the season … recorded a career-high 36 saves at RIT (Dec. 9) … notched first career point with an assist vs. UConn (2/10) … earned Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week honors on Dec. 12 after stopping 63-of-65 shots against RIT.

FACILITIES

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Goaltender of the Month (December) • Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (12/12) • Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (10/31, 1/30, 3/2)

GAA 0.00 3.24 1.95 0.00 1.34 2.77 2.50 0.70 2.50 2.95 2.52 1.00 4.55 1.00 0.00 0.00 3.03 2.51

COACHES & STAFF

Career Shutouts: 4 • 2/12/16 vs. UConn; 24 saves • 10/30/16 at Brown; 21 saves • 1/27/17 at UNH; 27 saves • 3/3/17 vs. UMass; 22 saves Shutout Minutes: 156:11 (2/25/17 - 3/10/17) Goals Allowed: 5 (2 times - 3/10/17 at Notre Dame) Points: 1 (2/10/17 vs. UConn)

Opponent GP Arizona State 0 Boston College 3 Boston University 2 Brown 1 Connecticut 3 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 5 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 2 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 2


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Arizona State 0 Boston College 4 Boston University 3 Brown 3 Connecticut 4 Clarkson 1 Maine 4 Massachusetts 3 Mass. Lowell 5 Merrimack 4 Miami 4 New Hampshire 4 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 2

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

2016-17 Appeared in 35 games … tallied four goals and eight assists for 12 points … scored against Miami (10/8), Brown (10/30), Vermont (1/13), and the game-winning goal at New Hampshire (1/28) … recording two-point outings against Vermont and New Hampshire … recorded season-high total in shots on goal with seven at Holy Cross (10/15) and at Notre Dame (3/10) … posted assists against Clarkson (10/21), St. Lawrence (10/22), Denver (12/31), Boston College (1/8), Vermont (1/13), New Hampshire (1/28), Maine (2/4), and UMass (3/4). 2015-16 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Weekly Honor Roll (12/14) 2015-16 Appeared in 31 games … totaled a goal, five assists, and 35 shots on goal … recorded first collegiate point in season opener at Miami (Oct. 9) … first career collegiate goal came against Brown in a 4-1 victory (Dec. 10) which also was the game-winning marker … also added assists at Colgate (Oct. 31), Northeastern (Nov. 20), New Hampshire (Jan. 29), and Notre Dame (Feb. 20) … finished the season with seven blocked shots. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2014-15 season with the Youngstown Phantoms and Waterloo Blackhawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL) … Played 46 games for the Phantoms, scoring 12 goals and adding 18 assists for 30 points … Appeared in 13 games for the Blackhawks, netting four goals and adding five assists for nine points … Prior to Youngstown, Lemos played with the Boston Jr. Bruins for two seasons as well as La Salle Academy for one season. PERSONAL Bryan A. Lemos... Born July 15, 1996 ... Son of Bill and Cheryl Lemos ...Has an older sister Brittany Lemos ...Has not declared a major.

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

COACHES & STAFF

Arizona State 0 Boston College 4 Boston University 3 Brown 3 Connecticut 4 Clarkson 1 Maine 4 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 4 Merrimack 5 Miami 3 New Hampshire 4 Northeastern 3 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 4

2016-17 Played in 35 games, amassing five goals and four assists … totaled 84 shots on goal … recorded assists on game-winning goals at Brown (10/30), at Yale (1/10), and at UMass (2/24) … tallied two-goal contests at RIT (12/9) and at New Hampshire (1/27) … registered his first career three-point game at RIT (12/9) … career-high six shots on goal vs. Denver (12/30) and Harvard (3/24) in the NCAA East Regional … finished the season with a +3 rating.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2014-15 season with the Green Bay Gamblers and Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) … Appeared in 10 games with the Lancers, notching a pair of assists … Totaled 14 goals and 14 assists in 52 games for the Gamblers …Also played the 2012-13 (56 GP, 3-1518) and 2013-14 (59 GP, 16-13-29) seasons with the Lancers … Attended Shattuck St. Mary’s.

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PERSONAL Ryan G. Tait ... Born June 1, 1996 ... Son of Michele and Tom Tait...Has two brothers Brandon and Dylan and one sister Kayla ...Marketing major.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2015-16 Played 33 games tallying five goals and five assists for a total of 10 points … begin the season with four points in his first four collegiate games … registered a two-goal game at Colgate (Oct. 30) … tallied another two-point game four games later (1-1-2) against Northeastern (Nov. 20)… scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win at UConn (Feb. 13) … had an assist in the NCAA Tournament against Minnesota Duluth (March 25) … recorded a season-high four shots on goal vs. UMass Lowell in the Hockey East Semifinals (March 18).


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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Arizona State 0 Boston College 2 Boston University 2 Brown 1 Connecticut 2 Clarkson 0 Maine 2 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 2 Miami 0 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 0

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

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Honor Roll (1/23) 2016-17 Appeared in 30 games for the Friars … recorded three goals and six assists for nine points … recorded 60 shots on goal, including a career-high five at New Hampshire (1/28) … tallied first collegiate goal against Boston University (12/2) … also added goals in both games during a weekend sweep over UMass Lowell (1/20, 1/21) … notched assists against Northeastern (11/19), RIT (12/10), UConn (2/8), and UMass (2/24, 2/25, 3/4) … finished the season with a +2 rating … alternate captain for Team Finland at the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championships. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Will become the first native of Finland to appear in a game for the Friars ... appeared in the World Junior Evaluation Camp Tournament in July for Team Finland ... In 45 games with the Espoo Blues (Jr. A SM-Liiga) in 2015-16, he led the team with 28 goals and 38 assists ... took home gold with Team Finland at the 2016 World Junior Championships ... In 2014-15, he notched 19 goals and 11 assists with the Blues while also claiming silver at the 2015 U18 World Junior Championships as team captain ... selected by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the second round (61st overall) of the 2016 NHL Draft on June 25. PERSONAL Born on July 10, 1997.

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0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-2 0-1-0 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-3-4 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1

COACHES & STAFF

Arizona State 0 Boston College 2 Boston University 2 Brown 1 Connecticut 2 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 2 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 0

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Honor Roll (11/21)

BEFORE PROVIDENCE Led all Omaha Lancer defensemen in scoring with three goals and 28 assists in 56 games while amassing 36 penalty minutes ... selected to play in the 2016 USHL Top Prospects Game ... was a 2015-16 USHL All-Rookie First Team selection ... prior to Omaha, Bryson played with The Loomis Chaffee School (Windsor, Conn.) and the Neponset Valley River Rats (Canton, Mass.) in 2014-15, totaling eight goals and 19 assists in 41 games with the two squads.

HISTORY & RECORDS

PERSONAL Born November 18, 1997.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2016-17 Appeared in all 39 games … ranked third among all Hockey East rookie defenseman in scoring with three goals and 17 assists for 20 points … scored goals against St. Lawrence (10/22), Northeastern (11/19), and the game-winner at RIT (12/9) … recorded three multi-point games: Northeastern (11/18, 11/19) and Maine (2/4) … had point streaks of six and four games … posted 50 shots on goal … his 17 assists were good for sixth in the NCAA among rookie defensemen.

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Arizona State 0 Boston College 2 Boston University 2 Brown 1 Connecticut 1 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 2 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 2 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 2

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

2016-17 Appeared in 35 games as a rookie in 2016-17 … totaled four goals and eight assists … boasted two multi-point games vs. Northeastern (11/19) and vs. Maine (2/4) … scored his first collegiate goal in a 3-3 tie vs. Clarkson (10/21) … also added a goal at New Hampshire (1/28) … recorded assists against St. Lawrence (10/22), Northeastern (11/19), RIT (12/10), Denver (12/31), Boston College (1/8), Vermont (1/14), UMass Lowell (1/20), and Maine (2/4) … recorded 67 shots on goal and led the team with 45 penalty minutes … eight of his 12 points came in Hockey East play. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Concluded the 2015-16 season with a Clark Cup championship with the Tri-City Storm (USHL) ... notched 10 goals and 22 assists in 39 games with the Chicago Steel prior to a midseason trade to Tri-City where he registered 10 points in 18 games and added four goals and four assists in 11 playoff contests ... prior to the USHL, Duhaime spent the 2014-15 season with the Merritt Centennials (BCHL) where he posted six goals and 19 assists in 53 games ... was selected by the Minnesota Wild in the fourth round (106th overall) of the 2016 NHL Draft on June 25. PERSONAL Born May 22, 1997.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Completed his third season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) in 2015-16 ... boasted his best season with the Saints in 2015-16, recording 16 goals, 23 assists, and 64 penalty minutes in 58 games ... prior to Dubuque, Kavanagh spent two seasons at Cushing Academy (Ashburnham, Mass.) where he totaled a career-best 39 points in 32 games during the 2012-13 season.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2016-17 Appeared in 30 games … totaled three goals and one assist … recorded 48 shots on goal … scored first collegiate goal against St. Lawrence (10/22) … also scored in back-to-back games at Notre Dame (2/18) and at UMass (2/24) … picked up first-career assist in Game 2 of the Hockey East Opening Round vs. UMass (3/4) … season-high six shots on goal vs. Maine (2/3) and at Notre Dame (2/18).

FACILITIES

Arizona State 0 Boston College 2 Boston University 0 Brown 1 Connecticut 2 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 1 Miami 0 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 1 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 2

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PERSONAL Born January 5, 1995.

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Arizona State 0 Boston College 0 Boston University 1 Brown 1 Connecticut 2 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 2 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 1 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 0 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 2

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

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • 2x Hockey East Honor Roll (10/31, 2/13) 2016-17 Posted eight goals and four assists in 24 games played … three game-winning goals: at Brown (10/30), at UConn (2/8), and vs. UMass (3/4) … recorded two-goal games against Brown (10/30) and UConn (2/8) … also scored against Vermont (1/13, 1/14), at UMass Lowell (1/20), and UMass (3/4) … career-best three-game goal streak from Jan. 13-20 … chipped in assists against St. Lawrence (10/22), at Northeastern (11/18), Vermont (1/13), and New Hampshire (1/28) … finished the season with a +5 rating, 35 penalty minutes, and 46 shots on goal. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Appeared in 52 games with the Chilliwack Chiefs of the BCHL in 2015-16 ... led all BCHL rookies with 32 goals and 34 assists in 52 games and also chipped in with 19 points in 20 playoff games as the Chiefs advanced to the Fred Page Cup finals against West Kelowna ... Sukumaran’s nine gamewinning goals led all rookies and ranked third overall in the BCHL ... prior to Chilliwack, he totaled 36 goals and 28 assists in 58 games split between the Salisbury School (Salisbury, Conn.) and Connecticut Wolfpack U18 (Cromwell, Conn.) during the 2014-15 season. PERSONAL Born April 9, 1996.

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2016-17 Played in all 39 games … ranked third on the team in scoring with 31 points … tallied 13 goals and 18 assists … ranked third on the team with a +14 rating and in shots on goal (108) … the team was 17-2-2 when he registered a point … had eight multi-point games, including three-point performances against Miami (10/7) and UMass (3/3) … also notched two-point outings against Northeastern (11/18, 11/19), Colgate (11/26), RIT (12/9), Vermont (1/14), and UMass Lowell (1/20) … recorded game-winning goals against Northeastern (11/19), Denver (12/31), and Yale (1/10) … season-high eight shots on goal vs. Denver (12/31) … three-game goal streak from 12/31/16 – 1/10/17 … first Friar freshman since Fernando Pisani in 1996-97 to record 30 points in a season … winner of the team’s Rev. Herman Schneider, O.P. Award for Most Valuable Freshman.

PERSONAL Born June 11, 1997.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Appeared in 49 games with the Sioux City Musketeers (USHL) in 2015-16 ... Wilkins ranked fourth on the Musketeers in scoring with 29 points (16-1329) and led the team with eight power play tallies ... was a teammate of Spenser Young on the U.S. National Junior Select Team that won bronze at the World Junior A Challenge in 2015, totaling a goal and three assists in five games during that tournament ... prior to Sioux City, Wilkins registered 11 goals and 16 assists with the Austin Bruins (NAHL) during the 2014-15 campaign.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • 3x Hockey East Honor Roll (10/10, 10/24, 11/21) • 2x Hockey East Rookie of the Week (1/2, 3/6) • Rev. Herman Schneider, O.P. Award (Most Valuable Freshman)

FACILITIES

Arizona State 0 Boston College 2 Boston University 2 Brown 1 Connecticut 2 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 2 Merrimack 2 Miami 2 New Hampshire 2 Northeastern 2 RIT 2 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 1 Vermont 2

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Arizona State 0 Boston College 0 Boston University 1 Brown 0 Connecticut 2 Clarkson 1 Maine 2 Massachusetts 4 Mass. Lowell 1 Merrimack 0 Miami 2 New Hampshire 1 Northeastern 0 RIT 0 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 2

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

2016-17 HONORS & AWARDS • Hockey East Honor Roll (2/27) 2016-2017 Registered 12 points on two goals and 10 assists in 24 games played … six of his 10 assists came on the power play … boasted three multi-point efforts: Vermont (1/13), Maine (2/4), and UMass (2/24) … scored first collegiate goal vs. Vermont … posted two assists vs. Maine (2/4) … totaled 32 shots on goal and registered a +5 rating. BEFORE PROVIDENCE Spent the previous two seasons (2014-16) with the Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL) ... as a rookie with the Saints in 2014-15, Young notched two goals and eight assists in 48 games before tallying four goals and 18 assists in 2015-16 as the Saints reached the Clark Cup Finals ... Young also competed in the World Junior A Challenge last fall with current teammate Josh Wilkins on the U.S. National Junior Select Team, totaling four assists in five games as Team USA took home the bronze medal with a 7-1 win over Canada East ... prior to Dubuque, Young spent two seasons with Phillips Exeter Academy (Exeter, N.H.) where he totaled four goals and 31 assists in 55 games. PERSONAL Born March 24, 1997.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played in 55 combined games between the Langley Rivermen and the Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the BCHL in 2015-16 ... after notching two assists in six games with Langley, Zieky exploded for 28 goals and 24 assists with Salmon Arm to finish the season ranked sixth in rookie scoring ... He also ranked second among all rookies with 12 power play markers ... Zieky skated with his hometown Avon Old Farms squad for three seasons prior to his stint in the BCHL, totaling a career-best 27 goals and 18 assists as a captain in 2014-15 ... also appeared in 12 games that season with the Springfield Rifles U18, chipping in with six goals and five assists.

SEASON IN REVIEW

2016-17 Played in four games … made appearances against Northeastern (11/19), Colgate (11/26), at Boston University (12/3), and vs. Denver (12/31) … registered season-high three shots on goal against Northeastern.

FACILITIES

Arizona State 0 Boston College 0 Boston University 1 Brown 0 Connecticut 0 Clarkson 0 Maine 0 Massachusetts 0 Mass. Lowell 0 Merrimack 0 Miami 0 New Hampshire 0 Northeastern 1 RIT 0 Robert Morris 0 RPI 0 St. Lawrence 0 Vermont 0

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PERSONAL Born March 24, 1996.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2016-17 season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League (USHL), scoring two goals and notching 10 assists… Prior to the USHL, Baum played two seasons for the Wichita Falls Wildcats of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) from 2014-16… With Wichita Falls, Baum appeared in 81 games, posting 11 goals and 23 assists for 34 points. PERSONAL Born June 17, 1996 … Son of Jeff and Terri Baum … Has three sisters, Abbey, Allison and Patricia, and one brother, William … Business major.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2016-17 season with the Waterloo Blackhawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL), netting 17 goals and notching 25 assists in 59 games… Prior to the USHL, Conger played for Cushing Academy from 2013-15… Posting 42 goals and 63 assists over 64 games… Won the Idaho High School Hockey State MVP in 2012 and won Offensive Player of the Year for the Cushing Academy Penguins in 2014… Notched 25 points at tier 2 National championships in 6 games, and 26 points in 5 games of the Idaho High School State Tournament. PERSONAL Born May 1, 1997 … Son of Jim and Ronda Conger … Has one brother, Cooper … Management major.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Drafted by the New York Islanders in the third round (77th overall) of the 2017 NHL Draft ... appeared in 59 games between Bloomington and Chicago (USHL) during the 2016-17 season, totaling two goals and 17 assists … his 10 points in 14 playoff games helped the Chicago Steel claim the Clark Cup … prior to the USHL, Mirageas played two seasons at Avon Old Farms (CT) … ranked 63rd overall in the final NHL Central Scouting rankings prior to the 2017 NHL Draft … appeared in the 2016 USA Hockey/CCM All-American Prospects Game and 2016 Ivan Hlinka Tournament for Team USA … also participated in the New York Islanders’ development camp in July. PERSONAL Born May 8, 1999 … Son of James and Hillary Mirageas … Has one brother, Zach, who will play hockey at the Air Force Academy … Management major.

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PERSONAL Born August 12, 1997 … Mathematics major.

COACHES & STAFF

BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2016-17 season with the Waterloo Blackhawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL), netting 17 goals and notching 25 assists in 59 games… Prior to the USHL, Conger played for Cushing Academy from 2013-15… Posting 42 goals and 63 assists over 64 games… Won the Idaho High School Hockey State MVP in 2012 and won Offensive Player of the Year for the Cushing Academy Penguins in 2014… Notched 25 points at tier 2 National championships in 6 games, and 26 points in 5 games of the Idaho High School State Tournament.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2016-17 season with the Sioux Falls Stampede and Chicago Steel of the United States Hockey League (USHL), posting 20 goals and 16 assists over 60 games… Clark Cup Champion with the Chicago Steel in 2017 Prior to the USHL, O’Neill played for the Langley Rivermen of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) for the 2015-16 season… Scoring seven goals and notching 14 assists for 21 points. PERSONAL Born March 23, 1997 … Son of John and Kathy O’Neill … Has two brothers, Colin and Cameron, and one sister, Kristin … Business major.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played the 2016-17 season with the Chicago Steel and Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League (USHL), scoring nine goals and notching 13 assists in 20 games… Prior to the USHL, Printz played for the Selects Hockey Academy in 2015-2016, posting 23 goals and 27 assists… Printz was a USPHL All-Star game participant in 2016. PERSONAL Born May 4, 1998 … Son of Jackson and Regina Printz … Has one sister, Jessica … Management major.

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BEFORE PROVIDENCE Drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks in the seventh round (203rd overall) of the 2016 NHL draft ... played for the Waterloo Black Hawks and Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) from 2014-17… For the Black Hawks Ryczek scored 12 goals and notched 37 assists over 68 games… While playing for the Musketeers Ryczek posted nine goals and 23 assists for 32 points. PERSONAL Born March 19, 1998 … Son of Stan and Amy Ryczek … Has two sisters, Cheyenne and McKenna … Undeclared.

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Team Overall Conf. Finish 2003-04 Union 14-17-5 8-11-3 8 2004-05 Union 13-22-2 8-13-1 8 2005-06 Union 16-16-6 9-9-4 T-6 2006-07 Union 14-19-3 7-14-1 12 2007-08 Union 15-14-6 10-7-5 T-4 2008-09 Union 19-17-3 9-11-2 8 2009-10 Union 21-12-6 12-6-4 3 2010-11 Union 26-10-4 17-3-2 1 2011-12 Providence 14-20-4 10-14-3 7 2012-13 Providence 17-14-7 13-8-6 T-3 2013-14 Providence 22-10-6 11-7-2 3 2014-15 Providence 26-13-2 13-8-1 T-2 2015-16 Providence 27-7-4 16-3-3 T-1 2016-17 Providence 22-12-5 12-7-3 5 Total 266-204-63 165-121-40 --

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The Providence College Years The Friars boasted the second-most wins in program history in 2015-16 (27) and earned their third-consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. Overall, the Friars finished the season with a 27-7-4 record, including a program-best 16-3-3 Hockey East record which netted the team its first share of the Hockey East regular season title. Paced by Mark Jankowski’s 40 points, the first time a Friar has hit the 40-point mark since 2002-03, Leaman’s squad raced out to an undefeated first half of the season (12-0-3) and ran its unbeaten streak to 19-games dating back to 2014-15. The Friars were the first team since Colorado College in 1995-96 to be unbeaten entering the Christmas break and also secured the best start to a season by a reigning NCAA hockey champion. Leaman became the fastest Friar Head Coach to reach 100 career wins and holds a 10665-23 record (.606) with the Friars. For his efforts, he was named Hockey East Coach of the Year and a Spencer Penrose finalist for National Coach of the Year. Sophomore defenseman Jake Walman blossomed in his second year at Providence, leading all NCAA defensemen in goals (13), points per game (1.04), power play goals (8), and game-winning goals (4). Walman became the first Friar since Tim Army and Chris Terreri in 1984-85 to earn First Team All-American accolades. Jankowski earned Second Team All-American honors for his 15 goals and 25 assists in 2015-16. Junior goaltender Nick Ellis (25-7-4) put forth the best goaltending performance in Friars history with a 1.80 GAA and .936 save percentage and also tallied four shutouts in 201516. Ellis’ top performance of the season came in the finale as he set a NCAA Northeast Regional record with 54 saves in a 2-1 double overtime setback to Minnesota Duluth on March 25. The Friars advanced to the Hockey East Championship semifinals at the TD Garden for the fourth time in Leaman's first five seasons and holds a 5-2-0 record in seven NCAA Tournament games with Providence. Leaman has coached 127 All-Conference Academic selections, 28 NHL Draft picks, 20 AllConference selections, eight All-Conference Rookie Team honorees, nine All-Americans, three ECAC Student-Athletes of the Year, two CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic AllDistrict Honorees and one Hobey Baker finalist. Nine members from the 2015-16 squad ended up signing entry level contracts or ama-

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Entering his seventh season at the helm in 2017-18, Head Coach Nate Leaman has led a resurgence of the Providence College men’s hockey program, highlighted by winning the 2015 NCAA Championship, marking the first NCAA title in program history. In 2016-17, Leaman's squad notched at 22 wins, marking its fourth consecutive season with at least 20-plus victories. Overall, the Friars finished at 22-12-5 (12-7-3), good for fifth in the Hockey East and good for it's fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. The team notched a double-digit win total (13) at Schneider Arena for the fourth consecutive season. The senior class posted a 53-15-7 at home over the last four seasons (.753). The 13-3-3 record (.763) at home in 2016-17 was the fifth-best winning percentage posted at Schneider Arena in 43 seasons. The Friars' resurgence in the second half saw a nine-game winning streak from January to February, falling just one win shy of the program record (10) set in 2015-16. Providence appeared in the Hockey East Quarterfinals for the sixth time in Leaman's six seasons. Friar defenseman Jake Walman was the lone repeat All-American in 2016-17 and became the program's six member to be a two-time All-American selection. Walman also earned First Team Hockey East and First Team All-New England accolades prior to signing an entry-level contract with the St. Louis Blues in March 2017.

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teur try-out agreements with professional teams: Tom Parisi (Montreal – NHL), Mark Jankowski (Calgary – NHL), Full Name: Nathan G. Leaman Brandon Tanev (Winnipeg – Birthdate: November 27, 1972 NHL), Nick Ellis (Edmonton – Hometown: Kettering, Ohio NHL), John Gilmour (New York Rangers – NHL), Kevin Rooney Family: Wife, Alice; Sons, Ty, Bryce and Nolan (Albany – AHL), Trevor Min- Education: goia (Albany – AHL), Nick Sar- • SUNY Cortland‘97 - B.S. in biological sciences acino (Iowa – AHL), and Steve McParland (Elmira – ECHL). • University of Maine‘99 - M.S. in biological sciences Tanev appeared in the final three regular season games Coaching with the Jets. In 2014-15, Leaman guid- Head Coach ed the Friars to back-to-back • Providence College (Hockey East), 2011- pres. NCAA Tournament appear- • Union College (ECAC), 2003-2011 ances for the first time in pro- Assistant Coach gram history and Providence posted its second-highest • Harvard University (ECACHL), 1999-2003 win total of all-time (26). He • U.S.A World Junior Team, 2007 and 2009 became the youngest head Volunteer Assistant Coach coach to win the NCAA title since 1993 (Shawn Walsh) as • U. of Maine (Hockey East), 1998-1999 Providence College became the 20th institution to win the Awards and Honors NCAA Div. I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship. The 2015 • Penrose Award (Div. I Nat’l Coach of the Year) - 2011 championship also marked • ECAC Coach of the Year - 2010 and 2011 Providence College’s first • Hockey East Coach of the Year - 2016 NCAA team title in a men’s sport and the College’s third • Inside College Hockey Nat’l Coach of the Year - 2010 overall NCAA Championship • Spencer Penrose Award Finalist - 2010, 2015, 2016 in a team sport. • USCHO Coach of the Year - 2015 During the 2014-15 National Hockey League season Josh • Inducted into the SUNY Cortland Hall of Fame - 2014 Jooris (Union College) and Tim Schaller ’13 (Providence Playing Experience College) became the most • Played at SUNY Cortland (SUNYAC) recent former Leaman players to reach the NHL when they debuted for the Calgary Flames and the Buffalo Sabres, respectively. The 2011 Spencer Penrose Award winner, Leaman also was a Spencer Penrose finalist in 2015 and was named the 2015 USCHO.com Coach of the Year. Providence finished the 2014-15 season ranked No. 1 in the national polls (USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine). The Friars last cracked the top two-places in the national polls in January of 1990, when they were ranked No. 2 in the Times Union poll. After leading Providence through the 2015 NCAA East Regional (Providence, R.I.) with wins over No. 1 seed Miami, 7-5, and No. 2 seed Denver, 4-1, Leaman and the Friars headed to the Frozen Four for the fourth time in program history and first time since 1985. At the 2015 Frozen Four (Boston, Mass.), Providence downed No. 2 seed Nebraska Omaha, 4-1, in the national semifinals to advance to the NCAA Championship game for the second time in program history. Leaman then guided the Friars to their first-ever NCAA Championship with a thrilling, come-from-behind 4-3 victory over No. 1 seed Boston University at the TD Garden (April 11). Junior goaltender Jon Gillies made a career-high 49 saves en route to being named the Frozen Four's Most Outstanding Player. Junior forward Brandon Tanev netted the game-winning goal with 6:17 remaining in the third period. The Friars finished the 2014-15 season with a 26-13-2 record, marking the second-highest win total in program history. Providence also finished the 2014-15 regular season with a 21-11-2 mark, which tied for the second-most regular-season wins in program history. The Friars finished the regular-season with a 13-8-1 mark in Hockey East play and tied for second in the league standings, matching their best-ever Hockey East finish. Providence earned the No. 2 seed in the Hockey East playoffs, its highest seed in the Hockey East Tournament, and appeared in the Hockey East Quarterfinals for the fourth-consecutive season. Providence also finished the season ranked fifth in the nation in scoring defense, yielding just 2.05 goals-against per game. Junior forward Nick Saracino (14-24-38) led the Friars in scoring, while Gillies (24-13-2, 2.01 goals-against average, .930 save percentage) was named an American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) Second Team All-American for the second time in his career, becoming the fifth Friar to earn multiple All-America honors. Gillies also was named a First Team Hockey East All-Star, becoming just the fifth goaltender in Hockey East history to earn multiple First Team honors and the first Friar goaltender to do so. He became the second Friar to earn multiple First Team Hockey East honors, joining Mike Boback ‘92. Gillies, who signed with the NHL’s Calgary Flames following the season, finished his Friar career as the program’s record holder for career shutouts (13), career goals-against average (2.08) and he posted a .931 career save percentage. He recorded three of the top-four single season goals-against averages in program history, ranks second in wins (60) and saves (3,000) and fourth in games played by a goaltender (108). Ross Mauermann ’15, who was one of Leaman’s first recruits at Providence, became the 49th Friar to reach the 100-career points plateau and he set the program record for games played after appearing in all 156 games of his Friar career. Mauermann (52-60-112) was the 35th Friar to score at least 50-career goals and ranks 36th on Providence’s all-time points list. Noel Acciari ’15 was named the Hockey East Defensive Forward of the Year, marking the third-consecutive Friar forward to earn Hockey East Defensive Forward of the Year honors under Leaman. He went on to sign with the Boston Bruins after the season. In addition, seven of Leaman’s players went on to earn Hockey East Academic All-Star honors after winning the NCAA championship in 2015. In 2013-14, Leaman guided the Friars back to the NCAA Championship field for the first time since 2001 and Providence went on to record its first NCAA win since 1991. The 2013-14 season saw the Friars post a 22-11-6 record, tying the mark for the third-most wins in program history. Providence placed third in the regular-season Hockey East standings and, after a home, quarterfinal-series sweep of Maine, advanced to the Hockey East


Championship semifinals for a program-record third straight year. After defeat266 Career wins as a Div. I men’s head ing Quinnipiac in NCAA First Round play, Leaman and the coach. Friars advanced to the NCAA East Regional final where they fell to eventual national 138 Conference All-Academic selections champion Union, 3-1. Leahave played for Leaman. man became the 16th NCAA Div. I men's hockey head coach to lead two different 128 Career wins while leading the Friars. teams to the NCAA Tournament. Led by Mauermann, the Friar 31 NHL Draft picks have played for offense scored 115 goals in Leaman (will increase to 33 when Ben Mira- 2013-14, the most since the 2002-03 season. Mauermann geas and Jake Ryczek suit up for the Friars scored 19 goals and added this season) 17 assists for 36 points to become the highest scoring Friar since the 2003-04 16th NCAA Div. I men’s head coach to lead season when three players topped the 36-point plateau. two programs to the NCAA Tournament Mauermann, who has led the (Providence College and Union College). Friars in scoring in each of Leaman's first three seasons, was also named the Hockey 21 Conference All-Star selections have East's Co-Defensive Forward played for Leaman. of the Year in addition to being named the League's Len Ceglarski Individual Sportsmanship Award winner. 14th Season as a Div. I head coach. Gillies set the Providence record for career shutouts (9), surpassing the seven career 8 All-Conference Rookie Team selections shutouts that Tyler Sims `08 have played for Leaman. posted from 2004-08. Gillies became the second Friar to take part in multiple World 6 Hockey East Quarterfinal appearances Junior Championships after in his first five seasons leading the Friars, he started for Team USA at the 2014 WJC in Malmo, Swemarking the first time that Providence has den and won gold with Team made the quarterfinals in six consecutive USA at the 2013 WJC in Ufa, Russia. Gillies finished the seasons. 2013-14 season with the nation's fourth-best save percentage (.931). 2 Stints as an assistant coach for the U.S. Other 2013-14 highlights World Junior Team (2007 & 2009). included the program's first six-game winning streak since 2005-06 and a regular1 Spencer Penrose Award as the Div. I season-ending sweep at Men’s Coach of the Year (2011) and Hockey Maine, which marked Providence's first sweep at Maine East Coach of the Year Award (2016) since 2007. That sweep put the Friars in position to host a Hockey East Quarterfinal series for a second consecutive season. The Friar penalty kill ended the season ranked third-best in the country with an 87.2 success rate, while the team defense's 2.26 goals-against per game ranked seventh nationally. In 2012-13, Leaman led the Friars to a 17-14-7 overall record and a 13-8-6 mark in Hockey East play. It marked the most wins for a Friar squad since the 2005-06 season. The 13 Hockey East wins tied for the third-most in program history. The Friars entered the last weekend of the regular season in contention for the league title for the first time ever and went on to win a home quarterfinal Hockey East playoff series for the first time since 2001. The Friars then made a second consecutive Hockey East semifinal appearance, marking

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the first time in 17 seasons that Providence made back-to-back Hockey East semifinals appearances. In 2012-13, Leaman coached Providence College's first All-American since 2004, then freshman goaltender Gillies, who was named a Second Team All-American. Gillies was also named the Hockey Commissioner's Association (HCA) National Rookie of the Year, a First Team Hockey East All-Star and the Hockey East Rookie of the Year. He was just the third freshman all-time to earn First Team Hockey East honors. In addition, senior Kyle Murphy was named the 2013 Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award Winner by the HCA, Schaller became just the second Friar to earn Hockey East Defensive Forward of the Year honors and six Friars were named to the 2013 Hockey East All-Academic Team. During the 2012-13 season, the Friars reached as high as 16th in the USCHO.com poll. Providence was then ranked 18th in the season-ending USCHO.com poll, marking the first time since 2001 the Friars were ranked in the year-end USCO.com poll. The Friars were able to move into the polls on the strength of several marquee wins, including their first win at New Hampshire since 2004 and their first win at Boston College in 18 tries. In his first season at Providence (2011-12), Leaman led the Friars to the Hockey East Semifinals for the first time since 2001. Providence defeated No. 2 seed UMass Lowell in a best-of-three quarterfinal series to become the first No. 7 seed to ever win a Hockey East Quarterfinal series. Leaman, who was appointed the 12th coach at Providence on April 22, 2011, guided Providence to 14 victories during the 2011-12 season. Among those wins was a twogame, weekend sweep of then No. 1 ranked Merrimack on December 3-4. The 2-1 overtime triumph on Dec. 2 was PC's first over a No. 1 team since 2003. After their successful weekend against Merrimack, the Friars were ranked in the USCHO.com national poll for the first time since 2008. In all, Providence recorded seven wins against nationally ranked teams, including five victories against squads in the top-10. Mauermann was named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team, becoming the first Friar to earn the honor since 2007. Leaman's Providence College teams have been very involved in the Providence College community and beyond. In 2012, the Friars added Kevin Rich to their squad as part of Team IMPACT, which is a non-profit chartered to improve the quality of life for children facing life-threatening and chronic illnesses. Rich has remained involved with team activities throughout the past three seasons. The Friars also have regularly taken part in Rhode Island's Reading Week, hosting a holiday pasta dinner at Schneider Arena for season ticket holders and served by the players and hosting an annual outdoor youth clinic in downtown Providence at Kennedy Plaza. Leaman received the Reverend John McMahon Award from the Providence College Student Congress in April of 2013. Recognizing members of the PC community for outstanding dedication and service to the student body, the Reverend John McMahon Award is the highest honor that Student Congress awards. The Union College Years Prior to Providence, Leaman spent eight seasons as the head coach at Union College (2003-11) and he was instrumental in helping to build Union’s 2014 NCAA Championship winning squad. Leaman's final team at Union, the 2010-11 squad, posted an impressive 26-10-4 overall record, including a 17-3-2 mark in the ECAC. The team captured the College's first Cleary Cup (ECAC regular season champion) and earned its first NCAA Div. I Tournament berth. Union's season came to end when it was defeated by eventual national champion Minnesota-Duluth, 2-0, in the 2011 NCAA East Regional Semifinal. The Dutchmen went 14-1-1 in their final 16 regular season games to clinch the league title. Union had the top power play in the nation as it posted a 29.5 percent success rate. In addition, the team allowed just 2.10 goals per game, which ranked second in the nation. The Dutchmen also were ranked nationally for the entire season and reached as high as fourth. For his efforts, Leaman received the 2011 Spencer Penrose Award as the Division I Men's Coach of the Year and he also was named ECAC Coach of the Year for the second straight season. In eight seasons at Union, Leaman's teams posted a 138-127-35 mark and Leaman became the first Union Head Coach to leave with a winning record (since the program moved to Div. I). His 138 wins are the most of any of the 14 head coaches in school history. Leaman guided Union to four consecutive winning seasons. In 2009-10, the team posted a 21-12-6 record, finished third place in the ECAC regular season and was the ECAC Tournament runner up. As An Assistant Coach Prior to taking the head coaching position at Union, Leaman spent four seasons as an assistant coach for Mark Mazzoleni at Harvard, where he was the top assistant and recruiting coordinator during his final season. Leaman helped rebuild the Harvard program into one of the top teams in the ECAC, taking the squad from eighth place in the league to an ECAC tournament championship and NCAA appearance in 2001-2002, and an ECAC runner-up finish and NCAA appearance in 2002-2003. During his four years on the Harvard coaching staff, Leaman had a hand in recruiting 13 NHL draft picks and helped the program to be consistently ranked near the top of college hockey in the number of players with NHL rights. Before coaching at Harvard, Leaman served as a volunteer assistant coach under Shawn Walsh at the University of Maine in 1998-99. In helping guide Maine to a 31-6-4 record and the 1999 NCAA Championship, Leaman's responsibilities included working with the Black Bears' defense, video analysis, on-campus recruiting and monitoring of the players' academic progress. While in Orono, Leaman earned a Master of Science degree in biological sciences in 1999. Prior to joining the staff at Maine, Leaman served as associate coach for one season at Old Town High School in Old Town, Maine, where he was responsible for the design and implementation of team practices and bench management during games. Leaman also served as an assistant coach with USA Hockey for the US World Junior Team in 2007 and 2009. In 2007, he helped lead the team to a Bronze Medal in Leksand, Sweden. Personal Leaman is a 1997 graduate of SUNY Cortland, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences with a concentration in environmental science and received the Aldo Leopold Award for excellence in environmental science. Captain of the hockey team as a junior and senior, Leaman finished his career as one of the top-20 scorers in Red Dragons' history. He was inducted into the Red Dragons' Hall of Fame in September, 2014. Prior to attending Cortland, Leaman spent a season with the Enkoping Sports Klubb in Enkoping, Sweden, and also played one year with the Indianapolis Junior Ice in the North American Junior Hockey League. A native of Centerville, Ohio, Leaman and his wife, Alice, have three young sons, Ty, Bryce and Nolan.

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Kris Mayotte enters his fourth season as an assistant coach at Providence College after being named to the position on July 23, 2014. Mayotte works closely with the Friar goaltenders as well as with the penalty kill unit and with all aspects of recruiting. Mayotte was part of the staff that won gold for Team USA at the 2017 World Junior Championships and will also be a part of the staff for the 2018 WJC in Buffalo, N.Y. In his first season with Providence, Mayotte helped the program claim its first NCAA National Championship as the Friars posted a thrilling, come-from-behind 4-3 victory over No. 1 seed Boston University at the TD Garden (April 11). Junior Goaltender Jon Gillies made a career-high 49 saves en route to being named the Frozen Four's Most Outstanding Player. Providence finished the 2014-15 season ranked fifth in the nation in scoring defense, yielding just 2.05 goals-against per game. Mayotte helped guide Gillies to First Team Hockey East All-Star honors to become just the fifth goaltender in Hockey East history to earn multiple First Team honors and the first Friar goaltender to do so. Gillies, who signed with the NHL's Calgary Flames after the season, recorded three of the top-four single season goals-against averages in program history, including a .930 mark as a junior. Prior to joining Nate Leaman's staff at Providence, Mayotte spent the two seasons (2012-13 and 2013-14) as an assistant coach at St. Lawrence University. While working with the Saints, Mayotte served as the primary recruiter and worked closely with the goaltenders and penalty kill unit. Prior to St. Lawrence, he was a volunteer assistant coach at Cornell (2011-12) and a full-time goalie coach in Maryland (2010-11). As a college player, Mayotte was Union College's starting goaltender from 2002-06. His final three seasons at Union included the first three seasons of Leaman's tenure as Union College head coach. Mayotte finished his college career with 116 games played and a 2.69 goalsagainst average. After Union, Mayotte spent five seasons playing professionally, which included American Hockey League (AHL) stints with Lowell, Hershey, Bridgeport and Adirondack. He also played in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) for San Diego, Fresno and Johnstown and in the Central Hockey League (CHL) for Arizona. In 2007-08, Mayotte posted an 18-9-4 record with Fresno as well as a 2.97 goals-against average and a .901 save percentage. In 2008-09, he went 20-13-3 with Johnstown while posting a 2.87 goals-against average and a .908 save percentage. Natives of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mayotte and his wife, Juli, reside in Providence, R.I.

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Scott Borek enters his third season as Providence College's Associate Head Coach after being named to the position on June 5, 2015. It marks his second stint with the Friars, having served as an assistant coach from 1985-88. Prior to joining Nate Leaman's staff at Providence, Borek coached for 13 seasons at the University of New Hampshire. He began his tenure at UNH as an assistant coach for the 2002-03 season and has been the Wildcats' Associate Head Coach since the 2003-04 season. He served as the Wildcats' recruiting coordinator and his primary responsibilities with the team included working with the offense/forwards and working with the power-play unit. While at New Hampshire, Borek guided the Wildcats to nine NCAA Tournament appearances and a trip to the 2003 Frozen Four NCAA Championship game (Buffalo, N.Y.). Borek also helped UNH to one Hockey East Tournament title (2003) and four Hockey East Tournament Championship game appearances. Prior to joining Dick Umile's staff at New Hampshire, Borek served as the head coach at New England College in Henniker, N.H., for the 2001-02 season. Borek also was the head coach of Lake Superior State of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association for five seasons (1996-2001), following a one year stint as Associate Head Coach with the Lakers (1995-96). As the Lakers' head coach, he was named the CCHA Coach of the Year in 2000 and also was a Spencer Penrose Award Finalist, given to the Div. I National Coach of the Year. Borek's coaching career began after he sustained a neck injury during his sophomore campaign at Dartmouth College. He graduated from Dartmouth in 1985 with a B.A. in English and became the Big Green's second assistant coach for the 1985-86 season, working alongside current Dartmouth Head Coach, Bob Gaudet. Borek then moved to Providence College, where he worked under Friar Head Coach Mike McShane for three seasons (1985-88). Next, he spent three years at Brown University (1988-92) as Gaudet's assistant. He then served as the head coach at Colby College (Div. III) for three seasons before heading to Lake Superior State. At Colby, he was a finalist for the Eddie Jeremiah National Div. III National Coach of the Year Award in 1994.

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Third Season at PC Kyle Murphy enters his second season as Providence College's Assistant AD - Men's and Women's Hockey/Schneider Arena after being named to the position in October, 2016. Murphy previously spent three years as Providence College’s Coordinator of Men’s Ice Hockey Operations. In his first season as the Coordinator of Men’s Ice Hockey Operations, Murphy helped the Friars claim the program’s first NCAA National Championship as Providence posted a thrilling, come-from-behind 4-3 victory over Boston University at the TD Garden (April 11, 2015). Murphy was responsible for all aspects of the team’s video operations and film breakdown. He also coordinated team travel. As the Associate Athletic Director for Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey/Schneider Arena, Murphy will serve as a member of the Athletic Department senior executive team and be responsible for overseeing and managing all facets of the men’s and women’s ice hockey programs as well as the overall operation and strategic vision of Schneider Arena. He also will serve as Co-chair of the Men’s Hockey Vision Team and will oversee the Athletic Department Graduate Assistant Program. A 2013 graduate of the College, Murphy returned to the Friars after captaining the squad during the 2012-13 season. He played professionally with the Manglerud Star in Oslo, Norway during the 2013-14 season. Manglerud went 31-4-1-0 en route to a first-place finish in the First Division. Murphy played all 36 games, scoring 24 goals and adding 28 assists for 52 points as the Star earned promotion to the Eliteserien (Elite Division). Murphy spent the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons with the Friars under Head Coach Nate Leaman. As a senior captain, he led Providence back to the Hockey East playoffs, including earning home ice for the Hockey East Quarterfinals for the first time in 10 seasons and to a second consecutive Hockey East Championship Semifinal appearance. Prior to joining the Friars, Murphy spent the 2009-10 season with Notre Dame and the 2010-11 season with the Vernon Vipers of the BCHL. He also graduated from Shattuck St. Mary’s High School in Faribault, Minn., where he played hockey and tennis. A native of Fairhaven, N.J., Murphy resides in Providence, R.I.

Ron Rolston enters his first season as the volunteer assistant coach at Providence College. Rolston was recently named to the staff of the U.S. Olympic Men’s Hockey Team for the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. He most recently spent the 2015-16 season as Head Coach of the Springfield Falcons, the former AHL affiliate of the Phoenix Coyotes. Prior to Springfield, Rolston served as Head Coach of the Buffalo Sabres during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons after coaching the Sabres’ AHL affiliate, the Rochester Americans, for two seasons (2011-13). Rolston joined the Sabres' organization in 2011 after spending the previous seven seasons as a head coach with USA Hockey's National Team Development Program (NTDP), where he led the U.S. Under-18 team to three gold medals and a silver medal in four stints as head coach at the IIHF World Under-18 Championship. Rolston also has experience in college hockey, serving as an assistant coach for Boston College (2002-04), Harvard (1999-02), Clarkson (1996-99), and Lake Superior State (1990-95), where he captured two national championships with the Lakers in 1992 and 1994. Rolston and Leaman both served as assistant coaches at Harvard under Head Coach Mark Mazzoleni. A native of Fenton, Mich., Rolston attended Michigan Tech University and was a three-year hockey letterman with the Huskies from 1986-89. He resides with his wife, Shannon, his son Ronan, and daughter Maeve.

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FEASTER COORD. OF MEN'S HOCKEY OPS. Second Season at PC Theresa Feaster, a 2014 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Providence College with a B.A. in History and a Business Studies Certificate, is entering her fifth season with the Friars and second as a the Coordinator of Hockey Ops. Feaster began working for Coach Leaman and his staff during the 2012-13 season, tracking time-on-ice and other in-game statistics while also serving as coordinator of the team’s involvement with Team IMPACT. In her current role, Feaster will be responsible for providing video and statistical support and analysis for the coaching staff. Feaster grew up in Hershey, Pa. and Tampa, Fla.

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Garrett Gamez enters his first season as a Student Assistant Coach after retiring from the Friar hockey team after 2016-17 due to medical concerns. Gamez appeared in 57 games for the Friars from 2015-17, posting eight goals and eight assists over that span. Three of Gamez's eight career goals were game-winners, including an overtime goal in the Friars' 2-1 win over UMass on Feb. 25 of last season. Prior to Providence, Gamez played for the Tri-City Storm of the United States Hockey League (USHL). In 2014-15, he netted 15 goals and 29 assists for a career-high 44 points in 44 games. In 2013-14, he notched six goals and 28 assists for a team-high 34 points in 57 games. In 2012-13, he posted totals of eight goals and 10 assists for 18 points in 46 games. Gamez served as the Tri-City captain and he was named the 2014 Curt Hammer Award Winner, which recognizes the USHL player who distinguishes himself both on and off the ice by demonstrating outstanding performance skills, pride and determination.

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EQUIPMENT MANAGER Third Season at PC Andrew Zagorianakos enters his third season as the hockey equipment manager at Providence College. He oversees all equipment needs for the Providence College men's and women's hockey programs.

Prior to Providence, Zagorianakos served as an Assistant Equipment Manager at Boston College. In three seasons at BC, he oversaw the equipment needs for the women's ice hockey team, as well as field hockey, women's lacrosse, men's & women's cross country & track, men's & women's swimming, men's & women's fencing, and sailing. Zagorianakos also has served as equipment manager for the U.S. Women's National and U18 hockey teams.

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SENIOR ASSISTANT STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH Fifth Season at PC

MEDIA RELATIONS DIRECTOR Third Season at PC

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Mike Billings enters his third season as Senior Assistant Director of Media Relations at Providence College. He handles the day-to-day communications and publicity efforts for the men's hockey program. Billings earned a Bachelor's degree in Communications from Framingham State College in 2006 and a Master's degree in Sports Leadership from Northeastern University in 2012. Prior to Providence, Billings served as the primary contact for field hockey, women's soccer, women's basketball, women's lacrosse, women's rugby, M/W swimming and diving, M/W tennis, and skiing at Brown University. Before Brown, Billings spent one year as a Media Relations Assistant at Boston College, serving as the primary contact for the Frozen Four finalist women's hockey team, as well as M/W cross country/track, M/W golf, and softball teams. He also assisted in media relations at all home football games as well as the famed Beanpot tournament in February of 2013. Prior to Boston College, Billings joined the Worcester Sharks of the American Hockey League in January of 2012 as a Public Relations Intern. At the Sharks, he assisted with game notes, feature stories, hockey operations, stat distribution and player time-on-ice tracking during every home game. A native of North Grafton, Mass., Billings resides in North Providence with his wife, Jenn, and their daughter, Annina.

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A former Hockey East graduate intern, Zagorianakos is a graduate of the University of Maine in 2011, earning a B.S. in Kinesiology. The Lincoln, Maine native currently resides in Rumford, R.I.

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Rick Blackadar enters his fifth year back at Providence College and serves as the senior assistant strength and conditioning coach. He works primarily with the men's hockey program. Blackadar was previously an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Providence College from 2003-2010, when he worked primarily with the men’s and women’s basketball and ice hockey teams. From 2010 to 2011, Blackadar was the assistant strength and conditioning Coach at the University of Massachusetts. After UMass, he spent a year as the special assistant to the business agent at North America Laborers’ Local 223. In 2012, Blackadar was the head strength and conditioning coach at Natick High School in Natick, Mass. Blackadar graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education. He then completed a master’s degree in Applied Exercise Science at Springfield College.

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Steve Basiel enters his fourth season with the Providence College Sports Medicine department. Basiel will be working with the men’s ice hockey team. Prior to Providence College, Basiel spent four years (2010-2014) as the Associate Head Athletic Trainer at the University of Vermont. He provided day-to-day care and prevention of injury for the men’s ice hockey and men’s and women’s ski teams. Basiel also had many leadership duties within the athletic medicine unit. Basiel spent 22 years working with the Boston College Athletic Association prior to Vermont. From 1988-2010, he was the head athletic trainer for the men’s ice hockey program for nine years and the men’s basketball program for 13 years. Additionally, he covered football and several other Olympic sports. Basiel also provided consulting on nutritional requirements and conditioning programs and performed several administrative tasks. Basiel, a native of Portland, Conn., earned his bachelor of arts in kinesiology at the University of Washington in 1983. He then went on to get a master’s degree in biomechanics at Indiana University in 1988. While at Indiana University, Basiel also was a graduate assistant in the department of health, physical education and recreation and the athletic department.

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DURSIN SCHNEIDER ARENA MANAGER Second Season at PC Eric Dursin was named the Manager at Schneider Arena in February of 2017. He previously served as the Operations Manager of the Babson Skating Center for six years. Before that, Dursin served as the General Manager of the Bank of America City Center in Providence, Rhode Island for 13 years. In addition to his current role at Providence College, Dursin serves on the United States Ice Rink Association (USIRA) as an Executive Member of the Board of Directors. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice/political science from Roger Williams University in 2005. Dursin has experience in Providence, as he also served as an Operations Supervisor at the Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence in 2003 and 2004.

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On February 1, 2005, Providence College announced the election of Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P., to serve as the 12th president of the College. Father Shanley assumed his duties at the College on July 1, 2005, and succeeded Reverend Philip A. Smith, O.P., who served as the College’s president from 1994-2005. Prior to his arrival at Providence, Father Shanley served as an associate professor in the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Father Shanley is a native of Warwick, Rhode Island. A parishioner at St. Gregory the Great Church, he attended local public schools, graduating from Toll Gate High School in 1976. In 1980, Father Shanley earned his undergraduate degree in history at Providence College. He holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto, where he completed the Collaborative Providence in Philosophy and Medieval Studies. He also holds a master of divinity degree (theology) and the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), both from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception.) Ordained to the priesthood in 1987, Father Shanley has devoted his entire career to teaching and administration in Catholic higher educa-

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tion. Following teaching assignments at Providence College and the University of Toronto, he began his tenure at The Catholic University of America in 1994, achieving the rank of associate professor in 2001. Father Shanley’s first teaching assignment was at Providence College from 1988-91. He was an instructor of philosophy, and taught in the Development of Western Civilization Program. Father Shanley spent the Fall 2002 semester as a visiting professor at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He previously engaged in a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion in 1998-99. As the Regent of Studies for the Dominican Province of St. Joseph, Father Shanley holds a seat on the Provincial Council, a body of 12 Dominican Friars serving as cabinet-level advisors to the Prior Provincial. He advises the Prior Provincial on all matters pertaining to the intellectual and academic life of the Province and oversees the academic endeavors of members of the Province, including those in preparation for the priesthood and those engaged in graduate studies. Father Shanley has been widely published in philosophy-focused academic journals and has been a guest lecturer at a wide range of scholarly conferences.

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received Public Recognition Awards in 2014 as part of the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) program, three Friar teams earned the honor in 2015 and two teams, women’s swimming & diving and women’s tennis, earned recognition awards in 2016. Multiple Friar teams have been honored in each of the 11 years the NCAA has given out the Public Recognition Awards. Epitomizing Driscoll’s drive for success in athletics and in the classroom, the 2013 women’s cross country team won the NCAA Championship, boasted three All-Americans, earned a NCAA Public Recognition Award for a third-consecutive season, was named the USTFCCCA Division I Scholar Team of the Year and senior co-captain Emily Sisson was named the BIG EAST Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Aside from excelling in the classroom and competing for championships, Driscoll’s student-athletes are very active in the local community. Last year alone, Friar student-athletes combined for over 3,500 hours of community service.

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Driscoll was instrumental in positioning the College’s athletics program for success as a member of the reconfigured BIG EAST Conference, where the Friars compete against top-flight academic and athletic institutions in a new era of rivalries built on rich athletic traditions. The BIG EAST and its membership have a long-term television contract with FOX Sports and its marquee men’s basketball championship tournament at Madison Square Garden. Seven of the league’s 10 members, including Providence College, competed in the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, securing its status as one of the premier basketball conferences in the nation. Additionally, Friars hockey competes in the Hockey East Association, considered by many to be the top hockey conference in the nation.

ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT & ATHLETICS DIRECTOR 16th Year at PC Entering his 16th season as Providence College’s Associate Vice President & Athletics Director, Bob Driscoll has transformed and reinvigorated Providence College’s athletics program. Having established a vision of student-athlete success in the classroom and in the community while competing for championships, Driscoll maintains focus on leading, fostering and mentoring one of the nation’s most respected athletic programs. Over the past four years, Driscoll has been the architect of one of the most successful eras in the history of Providence College athletics. The Friars continued their success during 2016-17, with the men’s basketball team’s fourth-consecutive NCAA appearance. Providence finished in a four-way tie for third in the BIG EAST standings at 10-8 after an impressive six-game winning streak to close out the regular season. The streak included wins over nationally-ranked opponents, Butler and Creighton. Kyron Cartwright and Rodney Bullock earned All-BIG EAST Second Team accolades, while Cartwright also took home honors as the BIG EAST’s Most Improved Player. Men’s hockey continued its run with its fourth-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and fourth-consecutive 20-plus win season under Head Coach Nate Leaman. The Friars engineered the second-longest winning streak in program history with nine consecutive wins in Hockey East play. The senior class amassed 97 wins over four seasons, tying the best four-year stretch in program history. Junior defenseman Jake Walman earned All-America recognition for the second-consecutive season before signing an entry-level contract with the St. Louis Blues in March. The team finished the season ranked 15th in both national polls, marking the fifth-consecutive season that the program has earned a spot in the final national polls. Providence became just the fourth Division I school all-time to have both men’s basketball and men’s hockey programs earn NCAA Tournament bids in the same season for four consecutive years. Men’s soccer returned to the Elite Eight for the second time in three seasons after posting a 157-0 record and capturing the BIG EAST regular season crown with a 7-2-0 record in league play. After hosting a NCAA First Round game, a 2-0 win over Delaware at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium, the Friars shocked the soccer world by erasing a three-goal second half deficit to defeat No. 1 Maryland, 5-4. Providence outlasted Creighton, 2-1, in the Third Round before ultimately falling to North Carolina, 1-0, in double overtime in the NCAA Quarterfinals. Senior Julien Gressel was named a NSCAA First Team All-American and was selected with the eighth overall pick by Atlanta United FC in the MLS SuperDraft. Men’s lacrosse appeared in the BIG EAST Tournament for the second-straight year and finished third overall in the league standings. The Friars tied a program record with 10 wins and advanced to their first-ever BIG EAST Championship Game after defeating No. 15 Villanova, 10-7, in the semifinals. Tate Boyce earned BIG EAST Goalkeeper of the Year honors, while Jarrod Neumann was named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year. The duo also earned USILA/Nike Third Team and Second Team All-American honors, respectively. The Providence coaching staff, led by Head Coach Chris Gabrielli, was named BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year. Women’s cross country captured its third BIG EAST title in the last four years and eighth title in program history, while moving on to secure its fourth NCAA Northeast Regional crown in the last five seasons. The Friars earned its 27th NCAA Cross Country Championships berth, finishing 13th overall at the event. Brianna Ilarda, Sarah Mary Collins, Millie Paladino, Abbey Wheeler, and Katie Lembo earned All-Northeast Region honors after finishing in the top-25 at the NCAA Northeast Regional meet. Ilarda and Paladino also made NCAA appearances during the indoor and outdoor track seasons. Ilarda earned First Team All-America honors in the indoor 5K and outdoor 3K steeplechase, while Paladino was named a First Team All-America in the indoor mile and Honorable Mention honors in the outdoor 1500m. Men’s cross country finished 24th overall at the NCAA Championships and placed fourth at the NCAA Regionals in 2016. Julian Oakley appeared in the 5000m at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, earning Honorable Mention All-America recognition. Providence College ranked 79th in the final Learfield Directors’ Cup standings, marking the 13th time that the Friars finished inside the top-100, including three of the last four years. Providence finished third among NCAA Division I non-FBS/FCS institutions and second among BIG EAST Conference members. The Friars picked up a total of 252.00 points. The men’s soccer program picked up the most points for the Friars (73) by virtue of its impressive run to the NCAA Quarterfinals. This impressive run kicked off when the 2013 women’s cross country team claimed the College’s second NCAA Championship. It continued with the men’s basketball team won the 2014 BIG EAST Tournament title and advanced to the 2014 and 2015 NCAA Tournaments. The men’s hockey team made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances (2014 and 2015) for the first time in program history before claiming its first NCAA Championship with a dramatic, comefrom-behind win over Boston University on April 11, 2015 at the TD Garden. It marked the College’s third NCAA team title and its first in a men’s sport. A year after making it to the NCAA Second Round, the men’s soccer team won the program’s first BIG EAST Tournament title in 2014 and went on a run to the NCAA College Cup semifinal, marking the furthest it has advanced in the NCAA Tournament. Also in 2015, Emily Sisson became just the third Friar all-time to claim multiple NCAA titles in the same academic year, winning the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor 5,000-meter championships. She also set the NCAA indoor record in the 5,000 meters en route to capturing the 2015 BIG EAST Championship (15:12.22). For the second time in his tenure, Driscoll was recognized as the Under Armour I-AAA Athletics Director of the Year at the 51st Annual National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) convention in June 2016. In June 2008, Driscoll also was named the 2007-08 Astro Turf Athletics Director of the Year for the Division I Northeast Region at the 43rd National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Annual Convention. 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One of the biggest impacts Driscoll has had on the Providence College Athletics Department, and the College as a whole, has been with facility development, construction and renovation. Since his arrival in 2001, Driscoll has transformed the College’s athletics facilities. Construction was completed in the fall of 2015 to build Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium, where the men’s and women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse programs play, as well as a new softball field and tennis courts. Men’s lacrosse finished with a 6-5 record at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium in 2017, which also played host to the BIG EAST Lacrosse Tournament and the USILA North-South All-Star Game. Men’s soccer also played host to a BIG EAST Semifinal and a NCAA First Round game at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium last season. Women’s soccer finished 7-3-0 in their inaugural season at Anderson Stadium in 2016. In December 2015, the College announced a historic gift to begin Phase I construction of the Ruane Friar Development Center, which will include a men’s basketball training and recruiting facility in addition to the College’s academic services space. Groundbreaking for the Ruane Friar Development Center took place on Oct. 1, 2016 in a ceremony held outside Alumni Hall. Phase I construction is expected to be completed by fall 2018. In September of 2013, a state-of-the art renovation and 30,000-square foot addition project to Schneider Arena was completed. The project included new locker rooms, new coaches’ offices, a renovated press box, a state-of-the-art video board and sound system, luxury boxes, as well as a new hockey and lacrosse strength and conditioning room. The Ray Treacy Track was built over the summer of 2013 to give the men’s and women’s cross country and track programs an improved place to train and race, as well as serving the whole Providence College community. Taylor Natatorium also underwent extensive renovations in 2013. Other facility upgrades that have highlighted Driscoll’s tenure include an $80-million renovation of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, which serves as the home venue for Friars men’s basketball. The project was the result of Driscoll working strategically with lead officials in the City of Providence and the State of Rhode Island. The renovations enhanced the game-day experience by adding 20 luxury boxes, new seats, a video scoreboard, sound system, updated restaurant and concession stands, team store, locker rooms and new weight training/fitness areas. These renovations have enabled Providence College to serve as host for the First and Second Rounds of the 2010, 2016, and the future 2021 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. In September of 2012, renovations of Alumni Hall were completed. Alumni Hall, which is the practice facility for men’s basketball and the home of the Friar women’s basketball and volleyball teams, is now a state-of-the-art facility. Kicking off Driscoll’s vision for the improved athletic facilities footprint at Providence College, the Concannon Fitness Center, opened in August of 2007, adjacent to Lennon Family Field (Astroturf facility), which was completed in August 2005. A new Astroturf surface was installed on Lennon Family Field in the summer of 2017. The Fitness Center houses the Friars’ Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center for varsity student-athletes, as well as administrative and coaching offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. Additionally, the Concannon Fitness Center serves the whole Providence College community and houses the recreation sports staff, furthering the bond between the campus community and Friar Athletics. Next, the Canavan Sports Medicine Center was completed in August of 2008. Driscoll established the athletic fundraising philosophy and department that has been instrumental in making program upgrades possible. He and his staff have exceeded fundraising goals on a yearly basis, including a record $6.6-million in cash donations during the 2016-17 fiscal calendar. The additional revenue remains critical to building and supporting championship programs and providing the best opportunities to Providence College’s student-athletes. The funds Driscoll and his staff raise help directly support all 19 of Providence College’s Division I programs, the Friars Forever Fund and capital projects. In the past, Driscoll has served as the President of the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association. He also has served as First Vice President and Second Vice President for the organization. Additionally, Driscoll represents the BIG EAST’s athletic directors on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, serves as a mentor for the Division I-AAA mentoring program and serves on the Hockey East Television Negotiations and Marketing Committees. He previously served on the NCAA Division I Management Council, the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship Committee (Chair 2010-11) and was the Chair of the BIG EAST Athletic Directors in 2011-12. Driscoll also was an NCAA Fellows Programs Executive Mentor. Currently, Driscoll serves on the BIG EAST Finance Committee with the league’s other presidents and also is a Chair for the Hockey East Board of Directors. Driscoll joined the Providence community after 14½ years in athletic administration at the University of California, Berkeley, culminating in serving as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. Prior to that, he was Cal’s Executive Associate Athletic Director and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department, as well as overseeing football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s water polo, rugby, strength training, equipment and the sports medicine programs. Driscoll was hired at Cal as the Associate Athletic Director for Student Services, a position he held for five years. He then assumed the position of Executive Associate Athletic Director, at which point he was responsible for the administration of 27 varsity sports, a staff of 250 and a $36 million budget. Prior to coming to Providence, he served as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. During his tenure, Cal won over 20 national championships and competed in the Citrus, Copper, Alamo and Aloha Bowls. The Bears also finished as high as 12th in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. Before arriving at Cal, Driscoll served six years (1981-87) as the Athletic Director and Chair of the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Intramural Sports at Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Prior to Mills, Driscoll was Assistant Athletic Director and Head Baseball and Hockey Coach at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. from 1977-81. Driscoll played hockey and baseball at Ithaca College (N.Y.), where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1974. He earned his Master of Science in Physical Education/Psychology of Sports from Ithaca in 1975. A native of West Concord, Mass., Driscoll was inducted into the inaugural class of ConcordCarlisle High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame (football, ice hockey and baseball) in 1993. He and his wife Cathy have three grown children.

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Dave Longo Assistant AD Facilities/Game Day Mgt.

John Rock Associate AD/ Sports Medicine

Joe Nicastro Associate AD/Compliance

Anthony Mendes Academic Coordinator Student-Athlete Services

Dr. Larry Levine Team Dentist

Dr. Joe Lifrak Team Physician

Dr. Ira Singer Team Physician

Mimi Borkan Media Relations Graduate Assistant

Reed Zak Graduate Assistant Marketing

Andrew Schoepfer Ticket Manager

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sacraments at all hours of the day and night "becoming all things to all men, that he might save all, for the sake of the gospel." He believed patriotism to be a virtue necessary for the commonwealth and was convinced that the chief strength of evil men lies in the cowardice and weakness of good men; that the social and political order of nations, disintegrates and perishes, when the moral order is uprooted from God. Father Schneider graduated from Providence College in the class of 1930, and his alma mater, (in the designs of God) was to be his last dwelling place on earth. As a professor, he was sympathetic, enthusiastic and dedicated to the progress of his pupils. Having won a master's degree in modern languages at Columbia University, he functioned as an effective language teacher in the German Department, these last fifteen years. Even after his first and second heart attack, his thoughts would revert nostalgically to his classroom and teaching. The aim of a complete college education in his opinion was not merely the pursuit of intellectual perfection but also maturing to the fullness of the age of Christ during the formative period. He moulded the character of his pupils by balancing his inspiration with their application. Furthermore, in addition to his professorial duties, he cooperated in the program of the diocese by celebrating masses regularly in many local parishes and contributing his talent as a speaker and retreat master. Blest with a natural aptitude for attracting and stimulating college students, he was appointed moderator of such campus groups as the Mal Brown Club, the Friars Club, the Cranston Club, and the German Society. Being also an ardent sports fan, he was made assistant director of athletics and sponsored the foundation of a hockey team which besides being his personal pride and joy, was a credit to the Athletic Department of the College..."

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The following is an excerpt taken from the eulogy given at Father Schneider's funeral in December 1963: "...Father Herman Damien Schneider was born into this life on August 16, 1909, at Ozone Park, Long Island and departed this life on Saturday last, after an illness of about two years. Aspiring from his earliest years to that perfection of Christian life (which is the observance of evangelical counsels) he entered the Order of Preachers and studied the natural and divine sciences at Dominican institutions in Columbus and Springfield, Ohio, Providence, Rhode Island, River Forest, Illinois and Washington, D.C. where he was ordained in 1935. Thirty-four of his fifty-four years were spent as a friar preacher, solemnly vowed to poverty, chastity and obedience, honoring the observances of the common life, and enjoying that peace which the world cannot give, the one hundred fold promised by the Master. After receiving Holy Orders, his apostolate was varied and fruitful. In imitation of the Good Shepherd, he labored in the parish of St. Pius, preaching, praying, visiting the sick, burying the dead and breaking the bread of Christ to hungry and thirsty souls. During the Second World War, when the nation issued a call to arms, he served as chaplain in the marine corps and like a watchdog of Christ, remained steadfastly at his post of duty with honor, encouraging and counselling the fainthearted, comforting the wounded, administering the

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FRIARS' ALL-TIME RECORD AT SCHNEIDER ARENA 1973-74 8-5-0 .615 1974-75 10-3-0 .769 1975-76 8-6-1 .567 1976-77 8-4-0 .667 1977-78 9-3-1 .731 1978-79 9-3-1 .731 1979-80 11-6-0 .647 1980-81 5-7-0 .417 1981-82 12-5-0 .706 1982-83 16-4-0 .800 1983-84 13-4-2 .737 1984-85 13-6-2 .667 1985-86 9-9-1 .500 1986-87 4-11-1 .281 1987-88 8-4-4 .625 1988-89 9-6-2 .588 1989-90 13-4-2 .737 1990-91 11-3-2 .750 1991-92 11-7-1 .605 1992-93 9-5-2 .625 1993-94 4-10-2 .313 1994-95 7-9-1 .412 1995-96 8-6-1 .567

1996-97 10-9-0 .526 1997-98 8-8-0 .500 1998-99 12-8-1 .595 1999-00 11-5-1 .676 2000-01 15-4-1 .775 2001-02 8-7-4 .526 2002-03 12-6-1 .658 2003-04 7-6-3 .531 2004-05 7-6-3 .531 2005-06 10-4-3 .676 2006--07 7-9-1 .441 2007-08 7-7-3 .500 2008-09 3-11-2 .250 2009-10 6-7-3 .469 2010-11 5-5-4 .500 2011-12 9-8-2 .526 2012-13 9-6-3 .583 2013-14 12-5-2 .684 2014-15 13-6-0 .684 2015-16 15-1-2 .889 2016-17 13-3-3 .763 43 Seasons 415-261-68 .603

Opened in 1973, Schneider Arena recently underwent a massive renovation project that culminated in a Grand Reopening on Sept 27, 2013. The eight-month renovation project turned Schneider into one of finest on-campus facilities in the country. The Grand Reopening celebration included a ribbon cutting ceremony and a blessing of the building, featuring President Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. '80, Athletics Director Bob Driscoll, men's hockey Head Coach Nate Leaman and women's hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney. The renovation project was completed in just under eight months and included a 30,000 square-foot addition. Highlights of the addition and renovation include a new atrium, ticket office, concession stands, coaches offices, shooting room, locker rooms, meeting rooms, athletic training room, press box, five luxury suites, dasher boards, glass, video boards, video ribbon boards, scoreboards, a renovated Friends of Friar Room and a strength and conditioning facility. Schneider Arena was dedicated and is named in memory of the late Reverend Herman D. Schneider, O.P., the founder of the Friars' highly successful hockey program and a long-time member of the school's faculty. Since its opening night win, a 1-0 decision over the University of Pennsylvania on September 24, 1973, Schneider Arena has been the home of 402 Friar victories and a .599 winning percentage. Among those 362 wins are 26 post season successes. At tournament time, either ECAC, Hockey East or NCAA, Providence has an impressive 26-13 mark in Schneider. The Friars' complete 42-year record stands at 402-246-61. Built at a cost of $1.8 million dollars in 1973, Schneider Arena also serves as the home of PC's women's hockey team and also houses the men’s lacrosse team. Schneider Arena is one of Providence College's buildings that is in constant use. It serves the needs of the men's and women's hockey programs, the Providence College club hockey team and intramurals are also played at the Arena. The building also serves as the home of many of Rhode Island's youth and high school hockey teams as well as junior hockey programs.

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2016-17 MEN’S HOCKEY

Head Coach: Nate Leaman Captain: Josh Monk Record: 22-12-5 (12-7-3, 5th in Hockey East)

• The Providence College men’s hockey team recorded 22 wins in 2016-17, their fourth consecutive season with 20-plus wins and first such run since 1981-85. • The Friars made their fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in team history. • Providence joined Denver and North Dakota as the only programs to appear in the last four NCAA Tournaments. • The team notched a double-digit win total (13) at Schneider Arena for the fourth consecutive season. The senior class posted a 53-15-7 at home over the last four seasons (.753). The 13-3-3 record (.763) at home in 2016-17 was the fifth-best winning percentage posted at Schneider Arena in 43 seasons. • The Friars’ season class recorded 97 wins over four seasons, tying the program record for wins by a senior class. The 97 wins ranked sixth nationally over the past four seasons. • After starting Hockey East play at 1-6-2, the Friars rolled off nine consecutive wins in league play, ultimately finishing at 12-7-3. • The nine-game winning streak was the second-longest in program history, just one win shy of matching the 2015-16 squad’s 10-game streak. • Providence finished 15th in the final national polls, marking the fifth straight season as a ranked team in the seasonending polls. • The Friars ranked in the top-20 in 17 of the USCHO.com polls during the 2016-17 season and received votes in the other eight weekly polls during the season. • Providence advanced to the Hockey East Quarterfinals for the sixth time in Nate Leaman’s six seasons with the Friars. • Brian Pinho became just the second Friar to record 40 points in a season since 2002-03. He joined former teammate Mark Jankowski, who tallied 40 points with the Friars in 2015-16. • Pinho’s 28 assists were the most by a Friar since Jon DiSalvatore’s 29 assists in 2002-03. • Jake Walman was named a Second Team All-American, the lone repeat All-American in college hockey from 2015-16. Walman was the sixth Friar to be a two-time All-American and the third defenseman to be a two-time All-American (Ron Wilson ‘77 & Peter Taglianetti ‘86). • Walman was also named First Team Hockey East and an All-New England All-Star for the second consecutive season. • On March 28, Walman signed a three-year entry level contract with the St. Louis Blues and appeared in the final seven regular season games with the Blues’ AHL affiliate, the Chicago Wolves. Walman tallied two goals and an assist in those seven games for Chicago. • Josh Wilkins became the first Friar freshman since Fernando Pisani in 1996-97 to record 30 points in a season. • The Friars trailed for just 496:33 of 2368:57 this season (21.0%). • Erik Foley and Anthony Florentino recorded hat tricks for Providence this season, marking the first time the Friars have recorded multiple hat tricks in a season since Tim Schaller and Derek Army in 2011-12. • Providence recorded seven two-game sweeps over opponents in 2016-17 (RIT, UMass Lowell, New Hampshire, Maine, UConn, and UMass (2x)). • The Friars finished the season ranked third in the nation in scoring defense, yielding just 1.87 goals-against per game. • Providence finished the season with a 16-1-2 record when leading after 40 minutes and a 21-2-2 record when scoring at least three goals in a game. • The Friars ranked ninth nationally in first period scoring margin at +18 (36-18). • The Friars stingy defense ranked fifth nationally in shots allowed per game (25.5).

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2016-17 HONORS AND AWARDS - MEN’S HOCKEY

ALL-NEW ENGLAND ALL-STAR Jake Walman (3/31)

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

CCM ALL-AMERICAN (AHCA) Jake Walman - Second Team, East (4/7)

FIRST TEAM HOCKEY EAST ALL-STAR Jake Walman (3/16) THE FRIARS

HOBEY BAKER AWARD NOMINEE Jake Walman HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDER OF THE MONTH Hayden Hawkey (Dec.)

HOCKEY EAST ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Josh Wilkins (1/2, 3/6)

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HISTORY & RECORDS

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SEASON IN REVIEW

HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY HONOR ROLL Kasper Björkqvist (1/23) Jacob Bryson (11/21) Scott Conway (1/23) Anthony Florentino (10/24) Erik Foley (2/13) Hayden Hawkey (10/31, 1/30, 3/2) Brian Pinho (3/2) Vimal Sukumaran (10/31, 2/13) Jake Walman (2/27) Josh Wilkins (10/10, 10/24, 11/21) Spenser Young (2/27)

FACILITIES

HOCKEY EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Hayden Hawkey (12/12) Anthony Florentino (2/6)

COACHES & STAFF

HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK Erik Foley (2/6)


2016-17 Box Scores Game 1: Providence 4, Miami 3

Game 2: Miami 2, Providence 1

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Miami vs #10 Providence (Oct 07, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Miami vs #10 Providence (Oct 08, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Miami (0-1-0) vs. Providence (1-0-0) Date: Oct 07, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 3030 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:32 PM • Total time: 2:27 Prd Time 1. 1st 05:37

Team Scored by PC PP Foley, Erik/1

2. 2nd 01:42

MIAM PP Justin Greenberg/1

3. 2nd 11:08

PC

4. 2nd 17:07 5. 2nd 17:30

MIAM PP Scott Dornbrock/1 PC EV Gamez, Garrett/1

6. 3rd 09:36

MIAM PP Grant Hutton/1

7. 3rd 13:53

PC

Assists Wilkins, Josh/1 Monk, Josh/1 Gordie Green/1 Scott Dornbrock/1 Hennessey, Robbi/1 Wilkins, Josh/2 Justin Greenberg/1 Walman, Jake/1 Wilkins, Josh/3 Zach LaValle/1 Carter Johnson/1 Young, Spenser/1 McKenzie, Kyle/1

EV Rufo, Niko/1

SH Pinho, Brian/1

Miami (1-1-0) vs. Providence (1-1-0) Date: Oct 08, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2379 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:15 PM • Total time: 2:10

Vis. on ice 16,9,55,22

Home on ice 12,15,27,9,26

26,9,27,42,16

13,16,18,22

42,73,58,22,7

11,25,15,18,27

27,26,16,9,42 26,24,7,28,58

16,18,21,25 13,19,10,15,5

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot MIAM 0 2 1 3 PC 1 2 1 4

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot MIAM 5 6 7 18 PC 14 9 9 32

M iam i Colin Sullivan Grant Frederic Gordie Green Jared Brandt Carson Meyer Carter Johnson Ryan Siroky Justin Greenberg Scott Dornbrock Zach LaValle Josh Melnick Conor Lemirande Kiefer Sherwood Grant Hutton Louie Belpedio Alex Alger Karch Bachman Anthony Louis Andrew Masters Totals

1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 dnp 5 6

3 Tot 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 4 7

# 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 1 30

+/- Bl 0 0 -3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 -2 0 -1 0 -1 1 0 0 -2 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 -1 0 -2 1 -1 0 -1 0 0 0

18 -15

8

P ro vid en ce 1 2 Desharnais, Vince 0 0 McKenzie, Kyle 0 0 Tait, Ryan 3 0 Duhaime, Brandon 1 0 Conway, Scott 0 1 Rufo, Niko 0 1 Foley, Erik 1 0 Gamez, Garrett 0 1 Wilkins, Josh 1 1 Florentino, Anthon 1 0 Bryson, Jacob 1 0 Walman, Jake 1 1 Young, Spenser 1 0 Sukumaran, Vimal 1 1 Lemos, Bryan 0 1 Hennessey, Robbi 0 0 Pinho, Brian 2 0 Monk, Josh 1 2 Leahy, Brendan dnp Carlson, Kris dnp Totals 14 9

3 Tot 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 3 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 3 9

+/- Bl +1 1 +2 1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 1 +1 0 +2 0 0 1 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 2

32 +14

3. 3rd 11:35

MIAM PP Kiefer Sherwood/1

Assists Louie Belpedio/1 Kiefer Sherwood/1 Foley, Erik/1 Walman, Jake/2 Louie Belpedio/2 Josh Melnick/1

EV Lemos, Bryan/1

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MIAMI PC 1st 3-6 3-6 2nd 3-6 2-4 3rd 6-12 8-16 Total 12-24 13-26 Three stars: 1. Wilkins, Josh 2. Rufo, Niko 3. Pinho, Brian Officials: Referee:Jamie Koharski Linesman:Kevin Shea Linesman:Tommy George Goal judge:Dmitry Antipin

# 5 8 9 16 18 22 24 26 27 28 37 42 44 55 58 85 92 95 35

M ia m i Bryce Hatten Chaz Switzer Gordie Green Jared Brandt Carson Meyer Carter Johnson Ryan Siroky Justin Greenberg Scott Dornbrock Zach LaValle Josh Melnick Conor Lemirande Kiefer Sherwood Grant Hutton Louie Belpedio Karch Bachman Willie Knierim Anthony Louis Andrew Masters Totals

1 2 3 Tot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 dnp 7 6 11 24

# 2 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 1 30

+/- Bl 0 0 -1 1 -1 0 0 2 0 0 -1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 1 -5 10

M iam i 31 Ryan Larkin EMPTY NET

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GA

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4 0

58:57

1:03

2

13 0

7 0

3

8 0

Saves

28 0

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET ##

Player Grant Frederic Monk, Josh Carter Johnson Kiefer Sherwood Duhaime, Brandon Lemos, Bryan Conway, Scott Carson Meyer Karch Bachman Grant Frederic McKenzie, Kyle Pinho, Brian Jared Brandt

Team Miami PC Miami Miami PC PC PC Miami Miami Miami PC PC Miami

MinOffense 2.Interference 2.Boarding 2.Hooking 2.Hooking 2.Interference 2.Holding 2.High Sticking 2.Slashing 2.Holding 2.Holding 2.Slashing 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Hitting After Whistle

Time 04:19 07:51 09:45 12:33 12:47 20:00 02:00 03:59 05:36 11:08 15:41 03:05 03:05

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

6

Dec

Min

W

Player Walman, Jake Foley, Erik McKenzie, Kyle Justin Greenberg Louie Belpedio Lemos, Bryan Foley, Erik Scott Dornbrock Louie Belpedio Monk, Josh Walman, Jake Gordie Green

MIAM PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot MIAM 7 6 11 24 PC 7 9 5 21

Team

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 dnp dnp 7 9

3 Tot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 6 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 1

+/- Bl 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 0 1

5

+5

21

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MIAMI PC 1st 1-1 (2) 0-2 (0) 2nd 0-3 (2) 0-4 (7) 3rd 1-6 (8) 0-3 (2) Total 2-10 (12) 0-9 (9) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MIAMI PC 1st 2-4 2-4 2nd 5-21 4-8 3rd 3-6 4-8 Total 10-31 10-20 Three stars: 1. Ryan Larkin 2. Kiefer Sherwood 3. Foley, Erik Officials: Referee:Chip McDonald Linesman:Terrence Murphy Linesman:Brandan Blanchard Goal judge:Marc Sullivan

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GOALTENDERS M ia m i 31 Ryan Larkin ##

GA

1

3 0

59:57

0:03

2

5 0

4 0

3

Saves

6 0

15 0

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

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

Team

24,12,19,21,26

44,58,95,37,18 4,5,26

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince Ruggiero, Steven McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

Dec

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GA

1

1

60:00

7

2

9

3

4

Saves

20

GOALTENDERS ##

Vis. on ice Home on ice 18,58,95,37,44 19,27,8,22 85,55,9,22,8

TEAM SUMMARY

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MIAMI PC 1st 0-2 (0) 1-3 (4) 2nd 2-3 (3) 0-3 (2) 3rd 1-5 (4) 0-2 (3) Total 3-10 (7) 1-8 (9)

26,21,5,2

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 7 9 16 18 22 24 26 27 28 37 42 44 55 58 73 85 95 35

Team Scored by MIAM PP Carson Meyer/1 PC

Team

55,28,22,16,85 19,27,8,26 22,85,7,55,28

Prd Time 1. 1st 00:30 2. 3rd 02:24

Team MinOffense PC 2.Elbowing PC 2.Hooking PC 2.Interference Miami 2.Hooking Miami 2.Hooking PC 2.Interference PC 2.Hooking Miami 2.Embellishment Miami 2.Slashing PC 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Hitting After Whistle Miami 2.Hitting After Whistle

Time 04:54 07:19 09:30 09:41 10:15 12:05 15:45 15:45 15:55 16:11 16:11 16:11

PP PP PP PP PP PP

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET ##

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Min

L

GA

1

2 0

58:55

1:05

6 0

2

3

6 10 0 0

Saves

22 0

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

Player Pinho, Brian Karch Bachman Willie Knierim Conway, Scott Conway, Scott Josh Melnick Bryce Hatten Bryce Hatten Grant Hutton Louie Belpedio

Team PC Miami Miami PC PC Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami

MinOffense 2.Slashing 2.Hooking 2.Boarding 2.Roughing 2.Hooking 2.Hooking 5.Hitting From Behind 10.Game Misconduct 2.Cross-Checking 2.Tripping

Time 00:25 06:16 17:26 18:01 00:38 02:25 09:18 09:18 11:03 15:40

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Duhaime, Brandon Pinho, Brian Desharnais, Vincent Grant Hutton Foley, Erik Desharnais, Vincent Monk, Josh Walman, Jake Zach LaValle Ryan Siroky

Team MinOffense PC 2.Interference PC 2.Interference PC 2.Cross-Checking Miami 2.Hooking PC 2.Hooking PC 2.Holding PC 2.Hooking PC 2.Tripping Miami 2.Slashing Miami 2.Slashing

Time 16:24 18:52 20:00 02:24 06:58 08:57 10:30 10:54 15:15 19:54

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Ryan Larkin (1-1-0). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (1-1-0). Referee's signature

PP

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (1-0-0). Loss-Ryan Larkin (0-1-0). PC Timeout 1:40 Remaining 3rd Period Referee's signature

Game 3: Holy Cross 2, Providence 1 (OT)

Game 4: Providence 3, Clarkson 3 (OT)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #11 Providence vs Holy Cross (Oct 15, 2016 at Worcester, Mass.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Clarkson vs #15 Providence (Oct 21, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Providence (1-2-0) vs. Holy Cross (2-0-1) Date: Oct 15, 2016 • Location: Worcester, Mass. • Arena: DCU Center Attendance: 2142 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:20 pm • Total time: 2:15 Prd Time 1. 3rd 14:19

Team Scored by PC PP Foley, Erik/2

2. 3rd 16:35

HC

EV Robinson, Neil/2

3. OT 01:41

HC

EV Coughlin, Johnny/1

Assists Conway, Scott/1 Monk, Josh/2 Trapp, Spencer/4 Pooley, Scott/3 Collett, Mitch/1

Clarkson (2-2-1, 0-0-0 ECAC) vs. Providence (1-2-1, 0-0-0 HEA) Date: Oct 21, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2472 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:52 PM • Total time: Goals by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 2

Vis. on ice Home on ice 12,10,26,19,27 4,7,29,17 16,8,5,22,26

25,17,19,27,12 7,39,23,27,24

# 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 21 23 24 27 29 37 39 1 34

P ro v id e n c e 1 2 3 OT Tot +/- Bl McKenzie, Kyle 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 Tait, Ryan 0 1 0 0 1 -1 0 Duhaime, Brandon 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 Conway, Scott 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 Foley, Erik 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0 Gamez, Garrett 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Wilkins, Josh 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 Florentino, Anthon 1 0 2 0 3 -1 1 Kavanagh, Shane 1 0 2 0 3 -1 2 Bryson, Jacob 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Walman, Jake 0 1 0 0 1 -1 0 Young, Spenser 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Sukumaran, Vimal 0 1 0 0 1 -1 0 Lemos, Bryan 3 1 3 0 7 0 0 Hennessey, Robbi 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 Pinho, Brian 1 4 0 0 5 -1 0 Monk, Josh 2 0 0 0 2 -1 2 MacPhee, Conor 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 Leahy, Brendan dnp Carlson, Kris dnp Totals 12 11 11 0 34 -10 6

Prd Time 1. 2nd 00:32

Team Scored by PC PP Conway, Scott/1

2. 2nd 09:22

CLAR SH Schneider,Jordan/1

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot PC 12 11 11 0 34 HC 5 6 8 2 21

3. 4. 5. 6.

2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

PC CLAR CLAR PC

# 2 3 4 5 8 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 26 27 28 1 34

C la rk s o n de Haas,James Moro,Greg Karjalainen,Tyko Summers,Kelly D'Arrisso,Perry Kuzmeski,Shane Rempal,Sheldon Schneider,Jordan Brosseau,Devin Gareau,Dylan Josephs,Troy Sturm,Nico Gervais,Brett Pierog,Nic Vigneault,Sam Fossen,A.J. Jokiharju,Juho Boucher,Jordan Perry,Steve Runola,Ville Totals

Team

TEAM SUMMARY # 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

PC HC

Team

21,5,11,12,24

H o ly C ro ss Skelly, Dalton Trapp, Spencer Coughlin, Johnny Brophy, Will Darrar, Kevin Laffin, Michael Pooley, Scott Crinella, Peter Barrow, Charlie Moore, T.J. Mackie, Jay Robinson, Neil Ferrill, Ryan Muratore, Tommy Lopez, Danny Barrett, Mike Mulcahy, Brett Collett, Mitch Nixon, Tommy Tirabassi, Anthony Totals

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 dnp dnp 5 6

3 OT Tot 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 8

2

+/- Bl 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 2 +1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 1 +2 4 +1 0 0 0 0 1 +1 1

21 +10 12

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC HC 1st 0-1 (6) 0-1 (1) 2nd 0-1 (0) 0-1 (0) 3rd 1-1 (1) 0-2 (3) OT 0-0 (0) 0-1 (0) Total 1-3 (7) 0-5 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC HC 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 2-4 1-2 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 5-10 3-6 Three stars: 1. Coughlin, Johnny 2. Berrafato, Paul 3. Robinson, Neil Officials: Referee:Eric Ernst Linesman:Kenneth Gates Linesman:Steven Waters Goal judge:Jared Waitt

11:59 15:50 05:39 16:14

PP PP EV PP

Assists Walman, Jake/3 Pinho, Brian/1 D'Arrisso,Perry/2 Josephs,Troy/2 Lemos, Bryan/1 Gervais,Brett/1 Pierog,Nic/2 Bryson, Jacob/1 Young, Spenser/2

Duhaime, Brandon/1 Rempal,Sheldon/1 Karjalainen,Tyko/1 Wilkins, Josh/1

Sh 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 4 1 1 1 1

+/- Bl 0 3 +1 2 +1 0 0 2 +1 2 0 0 0 0 +2 5 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 1 +1 1 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0

23

+9 17

# 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 1 30

31 Hawkey, Hayden

Dec

OTL

Min 61:41

GA

2

1

5

2

6

3 OT

7

1

Saves

19

Player Sukumaran, Vimal Coughlin, Johnny Walman, Jake Moore, T.J.

Team PC HC PC HC

MinOffense 2.Cross-Checking 2.Tripping 2.Interference 2.Cross-Checking

Time 03:02 15:48 11:01 18:33

PP PP PP PP

## H o ly C ro ss

36 Berrafato, Paul

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

5,21,17,3 11,20,27,19,17 4,20,12,19,28 19,4,5,17

9,24,21,11,19 17,15,18,27 24,15,10,5,21 15,18,21,24,9

Team

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

A Pim 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 4 dnp dnp 3 5 16

Sh 2 0 4 6 6 0 2 2 3 1 2 8 1 2 2 0 5 0

+/- Bl 0 1 -1 1 0 0 -1 0 -1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 -1 0 0 1 -2 3 0 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

46 -10 10

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot CLAR 7 10 6 0 23 PC 14 10 21 1 46 Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd CLARKSO PC 1st 0-2 (1) 0-2 (5) 2nd 1-2 (1) 2-4 (4) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-5 (11) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 1-4 (2) 3-11 (20)

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd CLARKSO PC 1st 3-6 3-6 2nd 5-10 4-8 3rd 6-20 1-2 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 14-36 8-16 Three stars: 1. Wilkins, Josh 2. Kielly,Jake 3. Duhaime, Brandon Officials: Referee:Jack Millea Linesman:Kevin Shea Linesman:Chris Aughe Goal judge:Kevin Briganti

GOALTENDERS Dec

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Min 61:41

GA

1

1

2

3 OT

12 11 10

0

Saves

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## C la rk s o n

29 Kielly,Jake

Dec

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Min 65:00

GA

3

1

14

2

3 OT

8 20

1

Saves

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

CLAR PC

P ro v id e n c e Ruggiero, Steven McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

GOALTENDERS ## P ro vid e n c e

Home on ice 10,19,12,27,26 15,24,9,18,21

TEAM SUMMARY G A Pim 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 12 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 dnp dnp 3 4 36

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

Vis. on ice 21,12,5,19 8,12,16,3

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## P ro v id e n c e

31 Hawkey, Hayden

Dec

T

Min 65:00

GA

3

1

7

2

8

3 OT

5

0

Saves

20

PENALTY SUMMARY

Player Foley, Erik Conway, Scott Muratore, Tommy Foley, Erik

Team MinOffense PC 2.Tripping PC 2.Tripping HC 2.Holding PC 2.High Sticking

Win-Berrafato, Paul (2-0-1). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (1-2-0). Referee's signature

Time 18:36 06:33 12:23 19:20

PP PP PP PP

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

Player Rufo, Niko Josephs,Troy de Haas,James Monk, Josh Conway, Scott Fossen,A.J. Fossen,A.J. Hennessey, Robbie Karjalainen,Tyko Lemos, Bryan Boucher,Jordan

Team MinOffense PC 2.Hooking Clarkso 2.Kneeing Clarkso 2.Hooking PC 2.Hitting From Behind PC 2.Holding Clarkso 2.Hitting After Whistle Clarkso 2.Slashing PC 2.Hooking Clarkso 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Holding Clarkso 2.Charging

Time 07:09 09:54 10:18 15:37 18:17 18:17 00:25 04:05 09:07 09:22 10:41

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Ruggiero, Steven Boucher,Jordan Duhaime, Brandon Brosseau,Devin Schneider,Jordan Josephs,Troy Monk, Josh Pierog,Nic de Haas,James Vigneault,Sam Vigneault,Sam

Team MinOffense PC 2.Roughing Clarks 2.Roughing PC 2.Hooking Clarks 2.Hitting After Whistle Clarks 2.Interference Clarks 2.Slashing PC 2.Hitting After Whistle Clarks 2.Roughing Clarks 2.Slashing Clarks 2.Holding Clarks 10.10-Minute Misconduct

Clarkson-Kielly,Jake (2-2-1). Providence-Hawkey, Hayden (1-2-1). Referee's signature

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Time 10:41 10:41 14:43 20:00 06:16 09:41 12:19 12:19 14:21 16:48 16:48

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP


2016-17 Box Scores Game 6: Boston College 3, Providence 1

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #12 St. Lawrence vs #15 Providence (Oct 22, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #14 Providence vs #8 Boston College (Oct 28, 2016 at Chestnut Hill, Mass.)

St. Lawrence (3-3-0, 0-0-0 ECAC) vs. Providence (2-2-1, 0-0-0 HEA) Date: Oct 22, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2337 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:35 • Total time: 2:30 Prd Time 1. 1st 10:47

Team Scored by SLU EV Drew Smolcynski/2

2. 1st

13:05

PC

PP Conway, Scott/2

3. 1st

PC

EV Kavanagh, Shane/1

PC

PP Bryson, Jacob/1

5. 2nd 02:53

PC

PP Foley, Erik/3

6. 2nd 16:27

SLU

SH Alexander Dahl

7. 2nd 19:19

SLU

EV Joe Sullivan

8. 3rd 00:51

PC

PP Wilkins, Josh/2

9. 3rd 06:51

PC

EV Florentino, Anthony/1

Providence (2-3-1 (0-1-0 HEA)) vs. Boston College (5-2-1 (1-0-1 HEA)) Date: Oct 28, 2016 • Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. • Arena: Kelley Rink Attendance: 5019 • Start time: 6:00 pm • End time: 8:28 PM • Total time: 1:28

Vis. on ice 17,18,11,21,7

Home on ice 22,17,18,29,19

20,25,21

10,19,26,27

15,3,9,10,24

17,27,22,4,29

7,22,20,25

18,16,24,15,9

7,20,21,25

12,19,26,27,10

14,10,3,7

19,12,27,10,26

10,3,15,26,20

16,27,12,13,26

7,14,21,26

15,9,16,18,24

28,21,9,10,24

16,15,26,12,18

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 28 T 31

G A Pim 0 1 4 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 12 0 1 2 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 dnp 3 6 42

Sh 1 3 1 0 1 2 4 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0

+/- Bl +1 1 +2 1 0 1 -2 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 1 0 0 -2 0 0 2 +1 0 -1 0 0 2

20

+4 10

# 4 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 22 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

P ro vid en ce Ruggiero, Steven McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 6 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 15 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 dnp dnp 6 12 41

Sh 1 0 2 6 5 1 1 6 8 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 3 0

+/- Bl +1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 1 -1 0 -1 0 +1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 0 0

39

-5

SLU PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot SLU 8 8 4 20 PC 13 12 14 39

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd SLU PC 1st 0-2 (1) 1-3 (6) 2nd 0-2 (1) 2-6 (12) 3rd 0-3 (1) 1-4 (2) Total 0-7 (3) 4-13 (20) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd SLU PC 1st 4-8 2-4 2nd 6-12 4-27 3rd 7-22 5-10 Total 17-42 11-41 Three stars: 1. Florentino, Anthony 2. Foley, Erik 3. Wilkins, Josh Officials: Referee:Jeff Bunyon Linesman:Kevin Keenan Linesman:Nicholas Briganti Goal judge:Kevin Briganti

S t. L aw ren ce 27 Kyle Hayton EMPTY NET 30 Daniel Mannella

Dec

L

Min

GA

6 0 0

46:16

0:35

13:09

1

2

11 10 0 0 0 0

3

5 0 7

Saves

26 0 7

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W

Player Michael Ederer Conway, Scott Ben Masella Matt Purmal Lemos, Bryan Ben Masella Matt Purmal Monk, Josh Sukumaran, Vimal Sukumaran, Vimal Nolan Gluchowski Ben Finkelstein R.J. Gicewicz Conway, Scott

Team SLU PC SLU SLU PC SLU SLU PC PC PC SLU SLU SLU PC

MinOffense 2.Holding 2.Tripping 2.Hitting From Behind 2.Tripping 2.Hooking 2.Hitting From Behind 2.Hooking 10.10-Minute Misconduct 5.Hitting From Behind 10.Game Misconduct 2.Interference 2.Roughing 2.Clipping 2.Holding

Time 01:54 06:34 11:45 11:45 12:36 18:53 02:41 04:35 04:35 04:35 09:31 11:18 11:36 12:31

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

PP Pinho, Brian/2

3. 2nd 00:59

BC

EV Matthew Gaudreau/3

4. 3rd 17:18

BC

EV Ron Greco/1

Assists Mike Booth/3 Connor Moore/3 Foley, Erik/3 Conway, Scott/2 Chris Calnan/5 Casey Fitzgerald/3 Michael Kim/5 Matthew Gaudreau/4

Vis. on ice 8,18,19,27,9

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

Home on ice 14,12,7,27,3

Team

PC BC

26,12,10,27,19 10,7,19,2 27,20,19,26,24 21,2,11,3,9 15,18,17,5,25

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 9 15 4 28 BC 3 10 17 30

Team

28,4,21,15,5

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 29 T 1 30

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 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 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 dnp dnp 1 2 12

P ro v id e n c e Ruggiero, Steven McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor TM Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

Sh 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 4 2 0 2 4 2 2 1 3 1 0 0

# 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 21 27 28 29 35

+/- Bl 0 2 -1 1 -1 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 -1 1 -2 0 -2 0 -1 1 -1 0 -1 1 -1 0 -2 1 0 0 0 0

28 -15

B o s to n C o lle g e Scott Savage Luke McInnis Michael Kim Casey Fitzgerald Connor Moore Jesper Mattila Austin Cangelosi Chris Brown Chris Calnan Mike Booth Zach Walker JD Dudek David Cotton Colin White Ryan Fitzgerald Matthew Gaudreau Graham McPhee Ron Greco Ian Milosz Ryan Edquist Totals

7

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 10 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 6 20

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

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC BC 1st 1-2 (3) 0-2 (1) 2nd 0-2 (6) 0-1 (2) 3rd 0-1 (1) 0-3 (8) Total 1-5 (10) 0-6 (11)

+/- Bl +1 0 +2 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 0 1 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 +2 0 +1 0 +1 0

30 +15

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC BC 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 3-6 2-12 Total 6-12 6-20 Three stars: 1. Joe Woll 2. Matthew Gaudreau 3. Pinho, Brian Officials: Referee:Charles Hanafin Linesman:Scott Hansen Linesman:Dmitry Antipin Goal judge:Bob Bernard Game timekeeper:Tom Burke Scorer:Chris Miller

3

Dec

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Min

GA

1

3 0

58:06

1:54

2

2 0

3

9 16 0 0

Saves

27 0

B o sto n C o lle g e 31 Joe Woll ##

Dec

Min

W

GA

1

1

60:00

2

3

8 15

4

Saves

27

PENALTY SUMMARY

Min

59:23

0:37

GA

3 0

1

7 0

2

6 0

3

4 0

Saves

17 0

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

Player Lemos, Bryan Ruggiero, Steven Jesper Mattila David Cotton JD Dudek Duhaime, Brandon

Team PC PC BC BC BC PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Interference 2.Hooking 2.Hooking 2.Diving 2.Boarding

Time 00:10 02:59 14:24 16:30 18:23 02:25

PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Jesper Mattila Matthew Gaudreau Ryan Fitzgerald MacPhee, Conor TM Conway, Scott

Team MinOffense Time BC 2.Hooking 06:59 BC 10.10-Minute Misconduct 01:20 BC 2.Interference 03:07 PC 2.Roughing 05:15 PC 2.Too Many Players On I 05:46 PC 2.Tripping 09:35

PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Joe Woll (4-2-1). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (2-3-1).

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

PC

##

6

Dec

Team Scored by BC EV Zach Walker/1

17:14

GOALTENDERS

GOALTENDERS ##

Prd Time 1. 1st 05:39 2. 1st

COACHES & STAFF

S t. L aw re n c e Ben Masella Gavin Bayreuther Will Harrison Ryan Garvey Ryan Lough Carson Gicewicz Alexander Dahl Matt Purmal Michael Ederer Drew Smolcynski Jacob Pritchard Joe Sullivan Nolan Gluchowski Ben Finkelstein Taggart Corriveau Michael Laidley Mike Marnell R.J. Gicewicz TEAM Arthur Brey Totals

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

Team

Player Will Harrison Ryan Lough Tait, Ryan Mike Marnell Conway, Scott Matt Purmal Kavanagh, Shane Ruggiero, Steven Carson Gicewicz Gamez, Garrett Ryan Garvey Ryan Garvey Carson Gicewicz Joe Sullivan

THE FRIARS

16:29

4. 2nd 00:32

Assists Jacob Pritchard Gavin Bayreuther Monk, Josh/3 Walman, Jake/4 Monk, Josh/4 Sukumaran, Vimal/1 Lemos, Bryan/2 Florentino, Anthony/1 Walman, Jake/5 Pinho, Brian/2 Ryan Lough Gavin Bayreuther Ben Masella Mike Marnell Duhaime, Brandon/1 Florentino, Anthony/2 Foley, Erik/2 Pinho, Brian/3

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Game 5: Providence 6, St. Lawrence 3

Team MinOffense SLU 2.Roughing SLU 2.Interference PC 2.Interference SLU 2.Interference PC 2.Tripping SLU 2.Interference PC 2.Embellishment PC 2.Hooking SLU 2.Interference PC 2.Embellishment SLU 2.Interference SLU 10.10-Minute Misconduct SLU 2.Slashing SLU 2.Hooking

Time 15:50 19:21 04:37 07:43 08:11 08:57 08:57 09:47 10:43 10:43 11:31 11:31 13:35 18:00

Referee's signature PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (2-2-1). Loss-Kyle Hayton (3-3-0). Referee's signature

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Merrimack vs #14 Providence (Nov 05, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #14 Providence vs Brown (Oct 30, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Merrimack (4-4-2, 0-1-2 HEA) vs. Providence (3-3-2, 0-1-1 HEA) Date: Nov 05, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2473 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:29 pm • Total time: 2:24

Providence (3-3-1) vs. Brown (0-2-0) Date: Oct 30, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Meehan Auditorium Attendance: 1494 • Start time: 5:00 PM • End time: 7:15 PM • Total time: Team Scored by PC EV Sukumaran, Vimal

10:49

PC

PP Monk, Josh

3. 2nd 16:54

PC

EV Lemos, Bryan

4. 3rd 02:40

PC

EV Foley, Erik

5. 3rd 05:22

PC

EV Sukumaran, Vimal

6. 3rd 15:04

PC

EV Florentino, Anthony

Assists Gamez, Garrett Tait, Ryan Walman, Jake Pinho, Brian Gamez, Garrett Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh McKenzie, Kyle Monk, Josh Gamez, Garrett Pinho, Brian Bryson, Jacob

Vis. on ice 22,13,8,16,18

Home on ice 23,20,5,13,10

27,19,10,12,26 13,5,23,20 24,13,5,19,12

21,2,17,22,14

12,15,2,26,5

10,7,23,12,18

22,27,13,19,8

7,10,23,5,18

16,26,18,12

23,13,5,10

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 1 30

P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 dnp dnp 6 12 16

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

# 2 5 7 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 33

+/- Bl +1 0 +2 1 +2 0 0 0 0 0 +3 0 +3 0 +1 0 +2 0 0 0 +2 0 +2 0 0 0 +2 0 +1 1 0 0 +2 0 +1 0

41 +24

2

B ro w n Schoo, Brady Wood, Tyler Bird, Tyler Willman, Max Gottlieb, Max McArdle, Josh Beaudoin, Brent Doane, Andrew Corcoran, Charlie Pryzbek, Zack Lafferty, Sam Brink, Alex Lappin, Tim Middleton, Davey Tegtmeyer, Ben Cooper, Dane Marchin, Tommy Dodd, Trey Ernst, Tim Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 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 4 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 2 dnp 0 0 21

Sh 0 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 0 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1

+/- Bl -1 0 -3 0 -2 2 -4 0 0 2 -1 2 -2 0 -1 0 0 2 -1 0 -2 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 2 -1 4 -4 3 0 2 0 0

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

Team

PC BRW

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 15 12 14 41 BRW 7 10 4 21

Team

Dec

W

Min

60:00

GA

0

1

2

7 10

3

4

Saves

21

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC BRWN 1st 1-1 (1) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-3 (3) 0-2 (2) 3rd 0-3 (4) 0-3 (1) Total 1-7 (8) 0-5 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC BRWN 1st 0-0 1-2 2nd 4-8 4-11 3rd 4-8 4-8 Total 8-16 9-21 Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None Officials: Referee:Michael Mullen Linesman:CJ Hanafin Linesman:Michael Dipasquale Goal judge:Todd Whittemore

Player Dodd, Trey Marchin, Tommy Foley, Erik Tegtmeyer, Ben McKenzie, Kyle Monk, Josh Marchin, Tommy Desharnais, Vincent Gottlieb, Max

Team MinOffense BRWN 2.Hooking BRWN 5.Interference PC 2.Hooking BRWN 2.Interference PC 2.Interference PC 2.Tripping BRWN 2.Roughing PC 2.Roughing BRWN 2.Roughing

Time 10:25 00:09 04:25 05:07 08:59 09:42 11:25 11:25 11:25

PP PP PP PP PP

3. 1st

15:10

MER

PP Hampus Gustafsson/6

PC

EV Florentino, Anthony/3

Assists Pinho, Brian/6 Foley, Erik/5 Mathieu Tibbet/3 Alfred Larsson/1 Brett Seney/7 Jace Hennig/5 Gamez, Garrett/4 Bryson, Jacob/3

M e rrim a c k Marc Biega Ethan Spaxman Alex Carle Jonathan Lashyn Johnathan Kovace Jace Hennig Derek Petti Tyler Irvine Brett Seney Mathieu Foget Jared Kolquist Logan Coomes Michael Babcock Hampus Gustafsso Mathieu Tibbet Alfred Larsson Sami Tavernier Patrick Kramer Craig Pantano Totals

Dec

L

Player McArdle, Josh Sukumaran, Vimal Marchin, Tommy Lemos, Bryan Kavanagh, Shane Bird, Tyler Tegtmeyer, Ben Pinho, Brian

Min

45:22 14:38

GA

5 1

1

2

13 11 0 0

3

4 7

Team MinOffense Time BRWN 2.Hooking 07:22 PC 2.Roughing 10:12 BRWN 2.Slashing 11:16 PC 2.Playing With Broken St 13:09 PC 2.Interference 14:09 BRWN 2.Hitting After Whistle 14:09 BRWN 2.Interference 14:09 PC 2.Tripping 16:05

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 2 4 12

Sh 3 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 2 1 2 2 0 4 3 0 2 0

# 2 5 8 9 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 T 1 30

+/- Bl 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -1 2 -1 1 -1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 1

26

-5

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T

Min 65:00

GA

2

9

1

2

12 11

19,27,11,17,25

20,13,9,6,4

27,19,20,26

14,15,5,25,17

16,13,11,24,18

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh TM Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

3 OT

3

1

Saves

Saves

28 7

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 dnp dnp 2 4 20

Sh 1 0 1 2 0 3 0 3 4 0 0 4 1 4 1 1 4 0 0

+/- Bl 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 2 -1 0 +1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 1 -1 2 +1 0 0 1 0 0

29

+5 13

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

Team

MER PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot MER 10 11 3 2 26 PC 13 11 4 1 29

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MER PC 1st 1-2 (2) 0-1 (0) 2nd 0-3 (1) 0-2 (1) 3rd 0-2 (0) 0-1 (0) OT 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 1-8 (3) 0-4 (1) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MER PC 1st 1-2 3-6 2nd 3-6 3-6 3rd 2-4 3-6 OT 0-0 1-2 Total 6-12 10-20 Three stars: 1. Florentino, Anthony 2. Drew Vogler 3. Walman, Jake Officials: Referee:Terrence Murphy Linesman:Geoffrey Miller Linesman:Kevin Briganti Goal judge:Phil Kitchen

PP PP PP

27

## P ro v id e n c e

31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

Dec

T

Min 64:09 0:51

GA

2 0

1

2

8 11 0 0

3 OT

3 0

2 0

Saves

24 0

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

Player Rufo, Niko Kavanagh, Shane Brett Seney Monk, Josh Lemos, Bryan Mathieu Tibbet Jonathan Lashyn Bjorkqvist, Kasper

Team PC PC MER PC PC MER MER PC

MinOffense 2.Kneeing 2.Interference 2.Kneeing 2.Tripping 2.Interference 2.Embellishment 2.Tripping 2.Interference

Time 05:33 13:56 19:29 19:37 00:44 00:44 04:50 05:43

PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Alex Carle Duhaime, Brandon Sukumaran, Vimal Walman, Jake Jace Hennig Alex Carle Monk, Josh TM

Team MinOffense Time MER 2.Slashing 09:05 PC 2.Boarding 15:37 PC 2.Roughing 02:01 PC 2.Slashing 02:14 MER 2.Embellishment 02:14 MER 2.Slashing 08:33 PC 2.Slashing 17:09 PC 2.Too Many Players On I 04:53

Merrimack-Drew Vogler (4-3-2). Providence-Hawkey, Hayden (3-3-2). Referee's signature

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (3-3-1). Loss-Nieto, Gavin (0-2-0). Referee's signature

57

Home on ice 19,15,27,12,26

13,22,23,5,7

GOALTENDERS 31 Drew Vogler

B ro w n 1 Nieto, Gavin 31 Maher, Connor

Vis. on ice 5,7,13,22,23

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 20 22 23 25 27 29

## M e rrim a c k

##

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

EV Brett Seney/3

21 -24 19

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

MER

2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

FRIARS.COM

PP PP PP PP PP PP

HISTORY & RECORDS

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden

Team Scored by PC EV Walman, Jake/1

10:48

4. 3rd 15:57

GOALTENDERS ##

Prd Time 1. 1st 08:23 2. 1st

SEASON IN REVIEW

Prd Time 1. 1st 06:18 2. 1st

FACILITIES

Game 8: Providence 2, Merrimack 2 (OT)

Game 7: Providence 6, Brown 0


2016-17 Box Scores Game 9: Northeastern 5, Providence 4

Game 10: Providence 5, Northeastern 4

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #19 Providence vs Northeastern (Nov 18, 2016 at Boston, Mass.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Northeastern vs #19 Providence (Nov 19, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Providence (3-3-2, 0-2-1) vs. Northeastern (4-4-4, 1-3-2) Date: Nov 18, 2016 • Location: Boston, Mass. • Arena: Matthews Arena Attendance: 1901 • Start time: 7:00 pm • End time: 9:20 pm • Total time: 2:20 Prd Time 1. 2nd 11:12

Team Scored by NU EV Davies, Jeremy/2

2. 2nd 14:03

NU

EV Schule, Patrick/1

3. 2nd 18:10

NU

PP Aston-Reese, Zach/7

4. 2nd 19:04 5. 3rd 01:33

PC NU

EV Walman, Jake/2 PP Sikura, Dylan/5

6. 3rd 03:54

NU

EV Aston-Reese, Zach/8

7. 3rd 06:59

PC

EV Pinho, Brian/3

8. 3rd 08:53

PC

PP Florentino, Anthony/4

9. 3rd 18:08

PC

EX Wilkins, Josh/3

Assists Sikura, Dylan/10 Gaudette, Adam/8 Cockerill, Garre/5 Shea, Ryan/4 Gaudette, Adam/9 Sikura, Dylan/11 Sukumaran, Vimal/2 Stevens, John/1 Cockerill, Garret/6 Lerario, Biagio/3 Stevens, John/2 Bryson, Jacob/4 Foley, Erik/6 Wilkins, Josh/5 Bryson, Jacob/5 Florentino, Anth/3 Foley, Erik/7

Northeastern (4-5-4, 1-4-2 HEA) vs. Providence (4-4-2, 1-2-1 HEA) Date: Nov 19, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2879 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:24 PM • Total time: 1:19

Vis. on ice Home on ice 26,19,16,15,12 4,9,8,20,13 25,13,8,2,5

25,14,5,12,18

17,5,13,19

12,8,9,18,14

19,22,8,20,5 5,2,8

25,20,12,18,4 9,18,14,12

20,16,22,13,19 12,13,18,14,5 26,18,12,16

8,5,19,20

16,15,18,12,24 2,4,8 16,25,26,12,15, 12,16,14,5,18

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 4 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 1 30

P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince Ruggiero, Steven McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 4 dnp dnp 4 7 24

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

+/- Bl -1 2 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 +1 1 -2 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 +2 2 -1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 +1 1

30

0 20

# 2 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 22 25 29 T 1

G A Pim 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 dnp 5 10 20

N o rth eastern Owens, Trevor Davies, Jeremy Shea, Ryan Picking, John Gaudette, Adam Sikura, Dylan Schechter, Jake Aston-Reese, Zach Lerario, Biagio Cockerill, Garret Collier, Brendan Filipe, Matt Stevens, John Griffin, Lincoln Williams, Eric Pond, Tanner Schule, Patrick Cecere, Garrett TEAM Theut, Jake Totals

Sh 1 2 0 1 4 5 1 6 0 3 0 2 1 1 3 0 3 1 0

+/- Bl 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 +1 2 0 0 0 0 +2 0 +1 1 -1 0 0 0 0 1 -1 0 -1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

34

+1 11

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot 0 1 3 4 0 3 2 5

Team

PC NU

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 8 8 14 30 NU 12 15 7 34

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC NU 1st 0-1 (0) 0-1 (1) 2nd 0-0 (0) 1-3 (2) 3rd 1-2 (1) 1-1 (3) Total 1-3 (1) 2-5 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC NU 1st 2-4 1-2 2nd 4-8 1-2 3rd 2-12 4-16 Total 8-24 6-20 Three stars: 1. Sikura, Dylan 2. Aston-Reese, Zach 3. Wilkins, Josh Officials: Referee:Scott Hansen Linesman:Thomas Quinn Linesman:Matt Riegert Goal judge:Pat Turcotte Game timekeeper:Tom Young Scorer:Matt Houde

Prd Time 1. 1st 09:04

Team Scored by PC EV Foley, Erik/5

2. 1st 3. 1st

09:16 17:21

PC NU

EV Conway, Scott/3 SH Collier, Brendan/1

4. 2nd 01:22

PC

EV Bryson, Jacob/2

5. 2nd 03:13

NU

EV Aston-Reese, Zach/9

6. 2nd 06:42

NU

PP Gaudette, Adam/7

7. 2nd 14:39

PC

EV Duhaime, Brandon/2

8. 2nd 19:05

PC

PP Wilkins, Josh/4

9. 3rd 18:30

NU

EX Sikura, Dylan/6

Assists Wilkins, Josh/6 Cromwell, Alex/1 Rufo, Niko/1 Aston-Reese, Zac/9 Cockerill, Garret/7 Foley, Erik/8 Pinho, Brian/7 Stevens, John/3 Cockerill, Garret/8 Sikura, Dylan/12 Aston-Reese, Zach/10 Bjorkqvist, Kasp/1 Conway, Scott/3 Duhaime, Brandon/2 Bryson, Jacob/6 Gaudette, Adam/10 Cockerill, Garret/9

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

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L

Min

GA

5 0

58:47

1:13

1

2

12 12 0 0

3

5 0

Saves

29 0

Player Foley, Erik Williams, Eric Foley, Erik McKenzie, Kyle Pinho, Brian Gaudette, Adam Lemos, Bryan

Team PC NU PC PC PC NU PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Holding 2.Hooking 2.Interference 2.Cross-Checking 2.Roughing 2.Roughing

Time 15:35 18:22 18:33 15:09 17:55 19:50 19:50

PP PP PP PP PP

N o rth eastern 41 Ruck, Ryan EMPTY NET ##

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

Dec

W

Min

59:57

0:03

GA

4 0

1

8 0

2

3

7 11 0 0

Saves

26 0

Player Pinho, Brian Cockerill, Garret McKenzie, Kyle Duhaime, Brandon Cecere, Garrett Stevens, John Shea, Ryan

Team MinOffense Time PC 2.Hooking 19:58 NU 10.10-Minute Misconduct 05:06 PC 10.10-Minute Misconduct 05:06 PC 2.Roughing 06:09 NU 2.Slashing 06:09 NU 2.Holding The Stick 07:18 NU 2.Playing With Broken St 08:40

# 2 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 22 25 29

N o rth e a s te rn Owens, Trevor Davies, Jeremy Shea, Ryan Picking, John Gaudette, Adam Sikura, Dylan Schechter, Jake Aston-Reese, Zach Lerario, Biagio Cockerill, Garret Collier, Brendan Filipe, Matt Stevens, John Griffin, Lincoln Williams, Eric Pond, Tanner Schule, Patrick Cecere, Garrett Totals

N o rth eastern 41 Ruck, Ryan 1 Theut, Jake EMPTY NET ##

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

PP PP

Referee's signature

G 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

A Pim 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 8 22

Dec

L

Player Walman, Jake Walman, Jake Schule, Patrick Reed, Truman Aston-Reese, Zach Griffin, Lincoln Gamez, Garrett Gaudette, Adam Gamez, Garrett Gaudette, Adam Rufo, Niko

# 2 5 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 23 25 26 28 29 1 30

Sh +/- Bl 1 +1 0 2 0 0 0 -1 2 1 0 0 1 -2 1 5 -2 0 0 0 1 5 +1 0 0 -1 0 4 -2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 -3 0 1 -2 2 0 -1 1 1 +1 0 0 0 0 25 -11 9

EV Tyler Irvine/3 EV Ludvig Larsson/2

4. 3rd 08:45

MER

EV Hampus Gustafsson/8

5. 3rd 12:07

MER

EV Chris LeBlanc/2

6. 3rd 18:56

PC

PP Desharnais, Vincent/1

7. 3rd 19:40

MER

EN Tyler Irvine/4

Assists Walman, Jake/7 Bryson, Jacob/7 Tyler Irvine/2 Hampus Gustafsson/4 Tyler Irvine/3 Ludvig Larsson/3 Michael Babcock/2 Derek Petti/3 MacPhee, Conor/1 Hennessey, Robbie/2 -

P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Reed, Truman Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Cromwell, Alex MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 2 4 10

Sh 1 0 0 1 6 1 0 2 3 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1

# 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 22 23 24 25 T 1 29

+/- Bl 0 0 0 0 -2 1 -2 1 -1 1 -2 0 -1 0 -3 1 -3 1 -2 1 -3 0 -2 0 -2 3 -2 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 0 0

Vis. on ice Home on ice 26,19,18,12,10 20,11,4,7 16,13,24,11,19 11,12,20,4,7 26,12,15,16,19 12,11,15,8,20 10,12,18,23,15 20,11,12,5,7 20,9,10,23,19

16,19,10,4,7

2,29,25,28,2

5,6,16,19

16,18,15,9,20,2 11,4,7,20

23 -26 10

M errim ack Marc Biega Ethan Spaxman Alex Carle Jonathan Lashyn Johnathan Kovace Derek Petti Tyler Irvine Ludvig Larsson Brett Seney Mathieu Foget Jared Kolquist Chris LeBlanc Michael Babcock Hampus Gustafsso Mathieu Tibbet Alfred Larsson Tyler Drevitch Sami Tavernier TEAM Collin Delia Craig Pantano Totals

Dec

L

Min

59:46

0:14

GA

4 1

1

6 0

2

6 0

3

4 0

Saves

16 0

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 5 6 20

Sh 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 5 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0

+/- Bl +3 1 +1 0 0 0 +4 2 +1 1 +1 0 +4 2 +3 0 0 0 0 1 +1 3 +1 0 +1 2 +4 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 1 0 1 2 MER 0 0 5 5

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 13 3 7 23 MER 6 6 9 21

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC MER 1st 1-3 (5) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-1 (1) 0-1 (1) 3rd 1-4 (2) 0-2 (1) Total 2-8 (8) 0-3 (2) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC MER 1st 0-0 3-6 2nd 3-6 3-6 3rd 2-4 4-8 Total 5-10 10-20 Three stars: 1. Tyler Irvine 2. Ludvig Larsson 3. Hampus Gustafsson Officials: Referee:Geoffrey Miller Linesman:Thomas Quinn Linesman:Chris Aughe Goal judge:Pat Turcotte

Player Ethan Spaxman Johnathan Kovacevic Jonathan Lashyn Gamez, Garrett Ludvig Larsson Bryson, Jacob Conway, Scott Michael Babcock

Team MER MER MER PC MER PC PC MER

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Boarding 2.Hooking 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Hooking 2.Holding 2.Cross-Checking

Time 03:48 09:43 15:33 06:03 06:03 06:57 15:43 15:43

PP PP PP

M errim ack 31 Drew Vogler ##

PP

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

9,10,20,2,5

4,18,14

15,9,16,20

9,14,12,8,4,18 20,18,16,13

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Zieky, Chase Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Reed, Truman Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Cromwell, Alex MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 5 9 22

Sh 0 0 3 3 3 2 0 3 4 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 0

+/- Bl +2 3 +3 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 +2 0 -1 0 0 0 +2 0 -1 1 -1 2 0 1 0 1 +1 1 -1 0 +1 0 +1 1 0 0

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd NU PC 1st 0-2 (3) 0-1 (4) 2nd 1-2 (1) 1-4 (3) 3rd 1-3 (3) 0-2 (1) Total 2-7 (7) 1-7 (8) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd NU PC 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 8-16 6-12 3rd 2-4 3-6 Total 11-22 11-22 Three stars: 1. Duhaime, Brandon 2. Wilkins, Josh 3. Aston-Reese, Zach Officials: Referee:Jack Millea Linesman:Tim Benedetto Linesman:Marc Sullivan Goal judge:Joe Ross

27 +10 10

GA

3 2 0

2:27

1

12 0 0

2

0 6 0

3

4 0 0

Saves

16 6 0

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W

Min

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GA

4

1

10

2

3

3

8

Saves

21

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Interference 2.Interference 2.Elbowing 2.Cross-Checking 2.Hooking 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Roughing 2.Roughing 2.Hitting After Whistle

Time 06:22 10:24 15:39 04:57 08:10 14:39 16:51 16:51 16:51 16:51 16:51

PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Cecere, Garrett Rufo, Niko Cecere, Garrett Aston-Reese, Zach Shea, Ryan Pinho, Brian McKenzie, Kyle Aston-Reese, Zach Davies, Jeremy Duhaime, Brandon Hennessey, Robbie

Team MinOffense NU 2.Hitting After Whistle PC 2.Roughing NU 2.Roughing NU 2.Interference NU 2.Slashing PC 2.Hooking PC 2.Holding NU 2.Slashing NU 2.Holding PC 2.Tripping PC 2.Tripping

Time 16:51 16:51 16:51 17:34 17:34 17:39 03:36 04:46 05:13 10:28 16:56

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

Referee's signature

Dec

W

Player Marc Biega Florentino, Anthony Bryson, Jacob Jonathan Lashyn Ethan Spaxman Ludvig Larsson Derek Petti

Prd Time 1. 1st 17:13

Team Scored by PC PP Florentino, Anthony/5

2. 2nd 03:27

COLG PP Weberg, Sebastian/3

3. 2nd 10:36

PC

EV Wilkins, Josh/5

4. 3rd 10:14

PC

EV Foley, Erik/6

5. 3rd 14:29

COLG PP Kulevich, Jake/2

Vis. on ice 27,19,15,3

Home on ice 16,15,18,14,9

16,20,12,8,9

16,25,8,2

26,11,28,20,3

15,16,19,10,12

12,8,9,3,11

12,26,16,19,15

19,14,5,11,15

25,29,16,2

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 5 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 19 20 21 24 26 27 28 1

C o lg a te Meyer, Paul Citron, Ken Freeman, Derek Snodgrass, John McMann, Bobby Black, Andrew Kulevich, Jake Dauda, Adam Cockrell, Jared Panetta, Jacob Weberg, Sebastian Harrison, Tim Corkey, Brett Penner, Tyler Sanniti, Anthony Peterson, Evan Panowyk, Mike Racine, Hunter Finn, Charlie Totals

C o lg ate 32 Point, Colton EMPTY NET ##

Min

60:00

GA

2

Team MinOffense MER 2.Boarding PC 2.Hooking PC 2.Hooking MER 2.Hooking MER 2.Hooking MER 2.Cross-Checking MER 2.Roughing

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp 2 4 10

Sh 0 1 1 1 2 0 6 0 2 1 4 2 2 1 0 0 0 0

# 2 4 5 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 22 25 26 28 29 1 30

+/- Bl 0 2 -2 0 0 0 -1 2 -1 1 0 1 -2 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 2 0 3 0 0 -1 0 0 1 -1 0

23 -10 12

1

12

2

3

3

6

Saves

Time 17:52 05:19 06:30 09:26 12:38 17:09 19:26

Dec

L

Min

58:29

1:31

GA

3 0

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince Ruggiero, Steven McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Zieky, Chase Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Sukumaran, Vimal Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Cromwell, Alex MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

1

9 0

2

7 0

3

6 0

Saves

21

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 6 10

Sh 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 0 3 3 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 2

+/- Bl 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +2 0 0 0 +2 0 +2 0 0 0 +2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 0 0

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

Team

COLG PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot COLG 4 9 10 23 PC 10 8 7 25

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd COLGATE PC 1st 0-1 (0) 1-2 (2) 2nd 1-2 (3) 0-2 (0) 3rd 1-1 (1) 0-1 (0) Total 2-4 (4) 1-5 (2) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd COLGATE PC 1st 2-4 1-2 2nd 2-4 3-6 3rd 1-2 1-2 Total 5-10 5-10 Three stars: 1. Florentino, Anthony 2. Hawkey, Hayden 3. Foley, Erik Officials: Referee:Geoffrey Miller Linesman:Scott Hansen Linesman:Casey Terreri Goal judge:Marc Sullivan

25 +10 10

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

22 0

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W

Min

60:00

GA

2

1

4

2

7

3

9

Saves

20

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

Player Freeman, Derek Ruggiero, Steven Kulevich, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Ruggiero, Steven

Team MinOffense Colgate 2.Cth Roughing PC 2.Tripping Colgate 2.Holding PC 2.High Sticking PC 2.Tripping

Time 05:49 10:01 16:07 02:29 05:56

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Florentino, Anthony Citron, Ken Peterson, Evan Racine, Hunter Wilkins, Josh

Team MinOffense PC 2.Interference Colgat 2.Tripping Colgat 2.Hooking Colgat 2.Tripping PC 2.Tripping

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (5-5-2). Loss-Point, Colton (0-1-1). Colgate timeout at 19:35 of 3rd Referee's signature

Win-Drew Vogler (5-5-3). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (4-5-2). Referee's signature

58

Assists Wilkins, Josh/7 Bryson, Jacob/8 Corkey, Brett/4 Snodgrass, John/7 Conway, Scott/4 Florentino, Anthony/4 Ruggiero, Steven/1 Florentino, Anthony/4 Harrison, Tim/4 Cockrell, Jared/2

GOALTENDERS

21 +24 16

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

13,2,18,28

9,4,19,8,20

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Colgate vs Providence (Nov 26, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

GOALTENDERS P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET ##

8,9,14,12,18

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot NU 11 5 9 25 PC 14 9 4 27

Team

Colgate (3-7-4, 2-3-1 ECAC) vs. Providence (5-5-2, 1-3-1 HEA) Date: Nov 26, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2069 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:09 PM • Total time: 2:04

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 28 29 1 30

18,11,16,25,13

Game 12: Providence 3, Colgate 2

Providence (4-5-2, 1-3-1) vs. Merrimack (6-6-3, 1-2-3) Date: 11/25/16 • Location: North Andover, Mass. • Arena: Lawler Rink Attendance: 2549 • Start time: 4:05pm • End time: 6:25pm • Total time: 2:20 Team Scored by PC PP Pinho, Brian/4

Min

40:14 17:19

Team PC PC NU PC NU NU PC NU PC NU PC

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Providence vs Merrimack (11/25/16 at North Andover, Mass.)

MER MER

18,5,26,15,12

12,18,14,5,25

NU PC

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (4-4-2). Loss-Theut, Jake (0-1-0). Northeastern timeout at 19:38 of 3rd Providence timeout at 19:38 of 3rd

Game 11: Merrimack 5, Providence 2

Prd Time 1. 1st 10:16

9,19,14,20,8

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot 1 2 1 4 2 3 0 5

Team

PENALTY SUMMARY PP

Win-Ruck, Ryan (4-4-3). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (3-4-2).

2. 3rd 03:54 3. 3rd 05:19

10,5,2,14,11 14,19,18,10,20

GOALTENDERS

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

Home on ice 12,15,28,19,23

19,14,5,18,12 16,12,4,2

TEAM SUMMARY

GOALTENDERS ##

Vis. on ice 22,13,16,5,14

2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

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Time 08:05 10:36 16:44 02:54 13:42

PP PP PP PP PP


2016-17 Box Scores Game 14: Providence 2, Boston University 2 (OT) Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Providence vs #5 Boston University (Dec 03, 2016 at Boston, Mass.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #5 Boston University vs Providence (Dec 02, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Providence (5-6-3, 1-4-2) vs. Boston University (8-4-2, 3-1-2) Date: Dec 03, 2016 • Location: Boston, Mass. • Arena: Agganis Arena Attendance: 4578 • Start time: 7:05 • End time: 9:30 • Total time: 2:25

Boston University (8-4-1, 3-1-1 HEA) vs. Providence (5-6-2, 1-4-1 HEA) Date: Dec 02, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 3033 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:20 PM • Total time: 2:15 Prd Time 1. 1st 04:46 2. 2nd 05:48

Team Scored by PC EV Bjorkqvist, Kasper/1 BU EV J Forsbacka Karlsson

3. 2nd 07:09

BU

Assists Charlie McAvoy/10 Brandon Hickey/4 Oskar Andren/4 Gabriel Chabot/2

EV Nikolas Olsson/1

Vis. on ice 21,23,7,4 23,7,4,8,21

Home on ice 20,24,27,19 12,13,26,2,5

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot BU 0 2 0 2 PC 1 0 0 1

Team

13,26,10,26,27 9,13,25,16,18

Shots by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BU 4 8 6 18 PC 13 10 16 39

TEAM SUMMARY Boston University Brandon Hickey Chad Krys Charlie McAvoy Ryan Cloonan Kieffer Bellows Gabriel Chabot Patrick Curry Chase Phelps Nikolas Olsson Bobo Carpenter Nick Roberto John MacLeod Dante Fabbro Patrick Harper J Forsbacka Karlss Oskar Andren Doyle Somerby Johnny McDermott TEAM Connor LaCouvee Totals

G A Pim 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp 2 4 27

Sh 3 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 1 0

+/- Bl 0 2 0 2 0 0 +1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 1 0 2 +2 0 +1 3 0 0 0 0

18

+6 21

# 2 5 9 10 12 13 15 16 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 30

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

A Pim 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 1 0 6

Providence Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh Cromwell, Alex MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

Sh 1 0 3 2 3 3 1 3 2 6 3 1 2 1 2 4 1 1 39

+/- Bl -1 1 -1 2 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 -2 1 0 0 -1 1 -1 0 +1 0 +1 1 0 0 +1 0 -1 1 -1 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 -6

Team Scored by PC PP Conway, Scott/4

17:44

PC

EV Walman, Jake/3

3. 3rd 14:50

BU

EV Brandon Hickey/2

4. 3rd 17:11

BU

EV Nikolas Olsson/2

Assists Monk, Josh/6 Walman, Jake/8 Conway, Scott/5 Monk, Josh/7 Nikolas Olsson/2 Patrick Curry/3 Charlie McAvoy/11 Patrick Curry/4

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

Vis. on ice Home on ice 10,27,12,19,26 4,7,14,13

Team

PC BU

19,12,26,27,10 15,5,16,12,14 15,2,18,20

4,13,11,7

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot PC 6 16 7 3 32 BU 9 9 16 2 36

Team

25,13,21,29,16 13,7,11,15,4

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 29 1 30

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BU PC 1st 0-1 (0) 0-4 (10) 2nd 0-2 (2) 0-2 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) Total 0-3 (2) 0-7 (12) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BU PC 1st 5-21 2-4 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 1-2 0-0 Total 8-27 3-6 Three stars: 1. Jake Oettinger 2. Nikolas Olsson 3. Bjorkqvist, Kasper Officials: Referee:John Gravallese Referee:Jamie Koharski Linesman:Tommy George Linesman:Nicholas Briganti

7

Prd Time 1. 1st 12:14 2. 1st

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Zieky, Chase Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 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 2 0 0 0 1 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 12

Sh 0 3 3 5 1 3 0 1 2 3 0 5 2 0 1 2 1 0

+/- Bl -1 0 0 1 0 0 +1 1 0 0 +1 0 -1 1 0 1 -1 1 -1 1 -1 0 +1 2 -1 0 -1 3 -1 2 +1 5 +1 1 -1 2

32

-4 21

# 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 23 26 27 1 30

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 20

B o s to n U n iv e rs ity Brandon Hickey Chad Krys Charlie McAvoy Ryan Cloonan Kieffer Bellows Gabriel Chabot Patrick Curry Chase Phelps Nikolas Olsson Bobo Carpenter Nick Roberto John MacLeod Dante Fabbro Jordan Greenway Patrick Harper J Forsbacka Karlss Oskar Andren Doyle Somerby Max Prawdzik Connor LaCouvee Totals

Sh 3 2 4 1 1 0 3 0 2 6 2 0 3 3 5 1 0 0

+/- Bl +2 3 -1 0 +2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 +2 1 -1 0 +2 2 -1 2 0 1 -1 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

36

+4 18

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC BU 1st 1-2 (4) 0-1 (1) 2nd 0-4 (7) 0-2 (3) 3rd 0-1 (3) 0-1 (4) OT 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 1-8 (14) 0-4 (8) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC BU 1st 1-2 3-6 2nd 3-6 5-10 3rd 2-4 1-2 OT 0-0 1-2 Total 6-12 10-20 Three stars: 1. Nikolas Olsson 2. Conway, Scott 3. Brandon Hickey Officials: Referee:Kevin Keenan Linesman:Jamie Koharski Linesman:Kevin Briganti Goal judge:Tommy George Scorer:Ethan Sobel

GOALTENDERS Boston University 29 Jake Oettinger ##

Dec

W

Min

GA

1

1

60:00

2

3

Providence 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

Saves

12 10 16

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38

Dec

Min

L

58:30

1:30

GA

2 0

1

4 0

2

6 0

3

6 0

Saves

16 0

GOALTENDERS ## P ro v id e n c e

31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

PENALTY SUMMARY Player Duhaime, Brandon Kieffer Bellows Nick Roberto Nick Roberto John MacLeod Brandon Hickey

Team PC BU BU BU BU BU

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Interference 5.Contact To The Head 10.Game Misconduct 2.Roughing 2.Interference

Time 04:08 04:37 08:16 08:16 11:36 14:20

Prd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd

PP PP PP PP

Player Desharnais, Vincent Dante Fabbro Hennessey, Robbie TEAM Charlie McAvoy

Team MinOffense Time PC 2.Interference 19:46 BU 2.Holding 10:00 PC 2.Hooking 13:31 BU 2.Too Many Players On I 14:30 BU 2.Tripping 00:07

PP PP PP PP PP

Dec

T

Min 64:59 0:01

GA

1

2 0

9 0

2

3 OT

9 14 0 0

2 0

Saves

34 0

## B o s to n U n iv e rs ity

Dec

29 Jake Oettinger EMPTY NET

Min 64:34 0:26

T

GA

1

2 0

2

4 16 0 0

3 OT

7 0

3 0

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

Win-Jake Oettinger (6-4-1). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (5-6-2). BU Timeout 2:18 3rd Period Referee's signature

Player Kieffer Bellows Walman, Jake Nick Roberto Kieffer Bellows Walman, Jake J Forsbacka Karlsson Walman, Jake Walman, Jake

Team BU PC BU BU PC BU PC PC

MinOffense 2.Roughing 2.Interference 2.Tripping 2.Tripping 2.Tripping 2.Hooking 2.Hooking 2.Hooking

Time 11:05 13:27 15:43 19:33 03:12 05:33 09:40 09:40

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Bobo Carpenter Nick Roberto Charlie McAvoy J Forsbacka Karlsson Monk, Josh Jordan Greenway Florentino, Anthony Charlie McAvoy

Team MinOffense BU 2.Hooking BU 2.Interference BU 2.Charging BU 2.High Sticking PC 2.Hooking BU 2.Roughing PC 2.Roughing BU 2.Hooking

Time 11:27 12:00 16:22 19:28 11:35 13:39 13:39 04:09

COACHES & STAFF

Prd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

PP PP PP PP PP

Providence-Hawkey, Hayden (5-6-3). Boston University-Jake Oettinger (6-4-2). Referee's signature

Game 16: Providence 3, RIT 1

Game 15: Providence 5, RIT 1

Providence (7-6-3) vs. RIT (8-9-1) Date: Dec 10, 2016 • Location: Rochester, NY • Arena: Gene Polisseni Ctr. Attendance: 2457 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:23 pm • Total time: 2:18

Providence (6-6-1) vs. RIT (8-8-1) Date: Dec 09, 2016 • Location: Rochester, NY • Arena: Gene Polisseni Ctr. Attendance: 2584 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:25 pm • Total time: 2:20 Prd Time 1. 1st 06:50

Team Scored by PC EV Pinho, Brian/5

09:33

PC

PP Bryson, Jacob/3

3. 2nd 15:12 4. 3rd 01:14

PC RIT

EV Tait, Ryan/1 EV NORRISH, Chase/6

5. 3rd 11:43

PC

EV Tait, Ryan/2

6. 3rd 14:14

PC

EV MacPhee, Conor/1

Assists Wilkins, Josh Tait, Ryan Pinho, Brian Florentino, Anthony Wilkins, Josh BROWN, Erik KRUPER, Ryan Walman, Jake Pinho, Brian Hennessey, Robbi Florentino, Anthony

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 dnp dnp 5 9 2

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

# 2 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 16 17 18 19 22 23 25 26 28 1 33

+/- Bl 0 1 0 2 +3 5 0 1 0 0 -1 1 -1 2 +3 0 +1 0 +1 0 +2 1 +1 2 0 2 -1 0 +1 0 +3 0 +2 1 +1 1

44 +15 19

Team Scored by PC EV Conway, Scott/5

07:24

PC

PP Foley, Erik/7

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 17 10 17 44 RIT 7 22 8 37

3. 3rd 17:27

RIT

EV POWELL, Myles/10

4. 3rd 19:12

PC

EN MacPhee, Conor/2

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC RIT 1st 1-2 (3) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-0 (0) Total 1-3 (5) 0-1 (2)

# 2 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

Home on ice 2,10,25,17,28

18,16,15,9,26

7,19,8,4

PC RIT

8,5,27,26,15 5,13,12,24,2

10,11,28,14,2 8,16,12,4,9

Team

19,26,8,27,15

4,8,7,26,19

29,25,17,16,18 9,16,12,10,2

R IT BRUBACHER, Ad VALETTE, Brody GIRDUCKIS, Abbo NORRISH, Chase KERINS, Liam NORRISH, Brady CAMERON, Shaw KRUPER, Ryan SMITH, Danny BROWN, Erik SKIRVING, Todd ABT, Matt POWELL, Myles McMULLEN, Garre BRADY, Darren PEACOCK, Jordan CAMERON, Caleb LOGAN, Mark SHORT, Christian LEWIS, Gavin Totals

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 dnp dnp 1 2 6

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

+/- Bl -3 0 0 1 -1 0 0 1 0 0 -3 1 -1 0 0 1 -1 0 0 2 -1 0 0 1 -1 2 0 0 0 2 -1 1 -1 1 -2 0

Team

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Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC RIT 1st 0-0 2-4 2nd 1-2 0-0 3rd 0-0 1-2 Total 1-2 3-6 Three stars: 1. Tait, Ryan 2. Pinho, Brian 3. Hawkey, Hayden Officials: Referee:Kenneth Gates Linesman:Ryan Sweeney Linesman:Rick Lembo Goal judge:David Panek

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R IT 30 ROTOLO, Mike

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L

Team RIT RIT

MinOffense Time 2.Checking From Behind 00:45 2.Tripping 08:51

PP PP

Prd Player 2nd Florentino, Anthony 3rd PEACOCK, Jordan

Min

60:00

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5

Team MinOffense PC 2.Interference RIT 2.Interference

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (6-6-3). Loss-ROTOLO, Mike (8-8-1).

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 dnp dnp 3 4 8

Sh 1 0 2 2 2 3 0 2 1 0 2 3 4 1 0 1 3 2

+/- Bl 0 0 0 2 -1 3 +1 0 +1 1 +1 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 2 0 1 0 3 0 2 +2 0 +1 0 0 0 -1 1 +2 7 +1 1

29

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1

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2

3

9 15

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0:28

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19,26,8,10,7

29,18,20,27,24 1 2 ,1 6 ,9 ,2 ,1 0 ,1 4

R IT BRUBACHER, Ad VALETTE, Brody GIRDUCKIS, Abbo NORRISH, Chase KERINS, Liam NORRISH, Brady CAMERON, Shaw KRUPER, Ryan SMITH, Danny MIKOWSKI, Max BROWN, Erik SKIRVING, Todd ABT, Matt POWELL, Myles McMULLEN, Garre BRADY, Darren CAMERON, Caleb PERRON-FONTAI SHORT, Christian LEWIS, Gavin Totals

1

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3

3 0

Saves

Saves

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 dnp dnp 1 2 6

Sh 3 1 0 0 2 4 1 0 1 1 3 1 3 4 0 1 4 1

+/- Bl -2 1 0 3 +1 1 +1 1 -2 0 -1 1 0 0 -2 2 -1 0 0 0 -2 2 0 0 0 1 +1 2 0 0 0 0 +1 1 0 0

30

-6 15

PC RIT

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 14 12 3 29 RIT 11 15 4 30

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC RIT 1st 1-1 (2) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) 3rd 0-1 (0) 0-2 (1) Total 1-2 (2) 0-3 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC RIT 1st 0-0 1-2 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 2-4 1-2 Total 4-8 3-6 Three stars: 1. Conway, Scott 2. Hawkey, Hayden 3. POWELL, Myles Officials: Referee:Kenneth Gates Linesman:Ryan Sweeney Linesman:Rick Lembo Goal judge:Jayson Selbert

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1

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PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd

Player McMULLEN, Garrett CAMERON, Caleb McKenzie, Kyle Florentino, Anthony

Team RIT RIT PC PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Roughing 2.Roughing 2.Hooking

Time 06:11 03:23 03:23 13:55

PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player MacPhee, Conor SMITH, Danny Monk, Josh

Team MinOffense PC 2.High Sticking RIT 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Holding

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (7-6-3). Loss-ROTOLO, Mike (8-9-1). Referee's signature

Referee's signature

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18,16,15,26,8

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

Team

2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

FRIARS.COM

Time 06:01 10:01 13:29

PP PP PP

HISTORY & RECORDS

Player CAMERON, Caleb KRUPER, Ryan

Home on ice 16,9,12,2,10

GOALTENDERS ##

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

37 -15 13

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Vis. on ice 10,12,9,27,20

12,27,10,19,20 19,7,2,10

TEAM SUMMARY

GOALTENDERS P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden ##

Assists Bjorkqvist, Kasp Duhaime, Brandon Monk, Josh Conway, Scott GIRDUCKIS, Abbot NORRISH, Chase -

SEASON IN REVIEW

P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

Prd Time 1. 1st 04:52 2. 1st

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

Vis. on ice 26,15,18,2,8

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

FACILITIES

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Providence vs RIT (Dec 10, 2016 at Rochester, NY)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Providence vs RIT (Dec 09, 2016 at Rochester, NY)

2. 1st

THE FRIARS

# 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 21 23 26 27 28 TM 30

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Game 13: Boston University 2, Providence 1


2016-17 Box Scores Game 17: Providence 2, Denver 2 (OT)

Game 18: Providence 3, Denver 1

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #2 Denver vs Providence (Dec 30, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #2 Denver vs Providence (Dec 31, 2016 at Providence, R.I.)

Denver (12-3-4) vs. Providence (7-6-4) Date: Dec 30, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2372 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: • Total time: Prd Time 1. 1st 16:19

Team Scored by PC PP Walman, Jake/4

2. 1st 18:27 3. 2nd 19:53

DEN PC

EV Matt Marcinew EV Gamez, Garrett/2

4. 3rd 08:36

DEN

EV Jarid Lukosevicius

Assists Pinho, Brian/10 Monk, Josh/9 Evan Janssen Pinho, Brian/11 Rufo, Niko/2 Matt VanVoorhis Erich Fear

Denver (12-4-4) vs. Providence (8-6-4) Date: Dec 31, 2016 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 1976 • Start time: 5:05 PM • End time: 7:19 • Total time: 2:14

Vis. on ice 15,25,28,24

Home on ice 10,26,27,19,22

23,26,14,4,3 3,18,14,23,28

26,9,5,16,8 13,26,2,18,11

14,6,23,2,28

16,29,2,25,17

Denver Erich Fear Tariq Hammond Will Butcher Matt VanVoorhis Tyson McLellan Kevin Conley Liam Finlay Jarid Lukosevicius Evan Ritt Rudy Junda Emil Romig Michael Davies Logan O'Connor Matt Marcinew Colin Staub Blake Hillman Evan Janssen Adam Plant Evan Cowley Totals

G A Pim 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 dnp 2 3 14

Sh 0 2 3 2 1 0 1 6 1 0 1 0 2 3 0 1 2 3

+/- Bl +1 1 0 0 +1 1 +1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2 0 1 +1 0 0 2 0 1 +1 0 0 2

28

+5 11

# 2 5 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 18 19 22 24 25 26 27 29 T 1 30

G A Pim 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 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp dnp 2 4 6

P ro vid en ce Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor TM Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

Sh 1 0 6 3 3 1 4 1 0 1 0 8 2 2 1 2 2 0 0

+/- Bl 0 0 -1 2 -1 0 -1 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 1 -2 2 -1 0 +1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 -1 1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0

37

-5

Prd Time 1. 2nd 04:00

Team Scored by PC PP Conway, Scott/6

2. 2nd 09:42

DEN

PP Will Butcher

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot DEN 7 12 8 1 28 PC 12 8 13 4 37

3. 3rd 01:16

PC

PP Wilkins, Josh/6

4. 3rd 14:20

PC

EV MacPhee, Conor/3

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd DEN PC 1st 0-0 (0) 1-1 (1) 2nd 0-2 (2) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-3 (3) 1-2 (1)

# 2 3 4 6 7 9 10 13 14 15 18 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 31

DEN PC

Team

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 6 9 10 13 14 15 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 31

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

Team

Three stars: 1. Pinho, Brian 2. Walman, Jake 3. Jarid Lukosevicius Officials: Referee:Scott Hansen Linesman:Kevin Shea Linesman:Kevin Briganti Goal judge:Nicholas Briganti

Dec

Prd 1st 1st 2nd

Team DEN DEN PC

36 Tanner Jaillet

T

Min 65:00

GA

2

1

11

2

3 OT

7 13

35

Dec

31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET

T

Min 64:38 0:22

GA

1

2 0

2

6 12 0 0

3 OT

7 0

1 0

Saves

26 0

PENALTY SUMMARY Player Logan O'Connor Michael Davies Kavanagh, Shane

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Tripping 2.Charging

Time 15:13 19:18 02:41

Prd 2nd 3rd OT

PP PP PP

D enver Erich Fear Tariq Hammond Will Butcher Matt VanVoorhis Dylan Gambrell Tyson McLellan Kevin Conley Liam Finlay Jarid Lukosevicius Evan Ritt Emil Romig Michael Davies Logan O'Connor Matt Marcinew Colin Staub Blake Hillman Evan Janssen Adam Plant Evan Cowley Totals

D en ver 36 Tanner Jaillet EMPTY NET ##

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Saves

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Player TM Florentino, Anthony Evan Janssen

Team MinOffense Time PC 2.Too Many Players On I 10:28 PC 2.Cross-Checking 09:24 DEN 10.10-Minute Misconduct 05:00

Denver-Tanner Jaillet (11-2-4). Providence-Hawkey, Hayden (7-6-4).

PP PP

Home on ice 14,26,19,27,10

4,7,23,14,10

13,8,2,29

6,9,21,25

15,9,24,21,18

3,6,24,26,10

29,24,19,27,17

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp 1 2 10

Sh 1 0 2 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 3 0 1 3 2

+/- Bl 0 0 -1 2 0 1 -1 1 0 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 3 -1 0 0 2

22

-5 11

# 2 5 8 9 10 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 30

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Gamez, Garrett Zieky, Chase Wilkins, Josh Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh Cromwell, Alex MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 5 6

Sh 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 8 0 0 3 2 3 0 3 5 1 2

+/- Bl 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 1 +1 2 0 1 +1 1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 +1 1

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+5 14

Dec

L

Min

GA

1

3 0

55:56

4:04

2

8 16 0 0

3

9 0

Saves

33 0

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET ##

Player Lemos, Bryan Tariq Hammond Colin Staub Adam Plant

BC BC

EV Michael Kim/3 PP David Cotton/7

4. 3rd 18:52

BC

EN Austin Cangelosi/9

Boston College Scott Savage Luke McInnis Michael Kim Casey Fitzgerald Connor Moore Jesper Mattila Austin Cangelosi Chris Brown Chris Calnan Mike Booth Zach Walker JD Dudek David Cotton Ryan Fitzgerald Matthew Gaudreau Julius Mattila Graham McPhee Ron Greco Ryan Edquist Totals

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 3 4 12

Sh 3 5 5 0 0 2 4 3 2 0 0 1 6 1 0 0 3 1

+/- Bl +1 0 +1 0 +1 2 +1 1 0 1 0 0 +2 0 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 +2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

36 +10

# 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 24 25 26 27 29 30

Vis. on ice 11,9,5,4

Home on ice 15,9,24,16,18

4,9,10,19,3 17,15,26,7,8

25,11,17,27,19 24,17,2,18

9,10,19,2,5

10,27,20,24,19,17

7

Providence Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 1 2 12

Team PC DEN DEN DEN

MinOffense 2.Boarding 2.Holding 2.Interference 2.Cross-Checking

Time 10:36 16:39 02:04 03:33

Dec

W

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2

4 15 0 0

3

9 0

Saves

28 0

Sh 1 0 2 1 3 2 1 4 0 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 4 0

+/- Bl 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 -2 1 0 0 -2 0 -1 0 -1 0 -1 1 0 0 -2 2 0 0

29 -11

9

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot BC 0 1 2 3 PC 0 1 0 1 Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot BC 16 10 10 36 PC 4 16 9 29

Team

Prd Time 1. 1st 01:33

Team Scored by YALE EV Hayden, John/12

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd

2. 1st

12:07

PC

PP Conway, Scott/7

3. 2nd 17:00

PC

EV Wilkins, Josh/8

4. 3rd 05:09

PC

EV Hennessey, Robbie/1

Assists DiChiara, Franki/4 Sweezey, Billy/1 Pinho, Brian/13 Monk, Josh/10 Pinho, Brian/14 Tait, Ryan/3 Monk, Josh/10

Player Austin Cangelosi Desharnais, Vincent Austin Cangelosi Jesper Mattila Matthew Gaudreau Florentino, Anthony

Team BC PC BC BC BC PC

MinOffense 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Hitting After Whistle 2.Tripping 2.High Sticking 2.Holding 2.Cross-Checking

Time 03:32 03:32 19:36 02:17 09:32 17:11

Providence 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET ##

PP PP PP PP

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

Dec

W

Player Monk, Josh Walman, Jake Blake Hillman Michael Davies

Min

59:57

0:03

GA

1

1 0

7 0

Team MinOffense PC 2.Slashing PC 2.Interference DEN 2.Cth High-Sticking DEN 2.Holding

Dec

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd BC PC 1st 2-4 1-2 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 2-4 4-8 Total 6-12 6-12 Three stars: 1. David Cotton 2. Michael Kim 3. Hawkey, Hayden Officials: Referee:Chris Federico Referee:Thomas Fyrer Linesman:Tommy George Linesman:Joe Ross

L

Min

58:55 1:05

GA

2 1

1

16 0

2

9 0

3

8 0

Player Duhaime, Brandon Duhaime, Brandon Zach Walker Walman, Jake Pinho, Brian Ryan Fitzgerald

Vis. on ice Home on ice 24,21,13,12,18 21,17,6,23,9 10,26,27,19,12 23,21,17,6 15,26,8,27,19

27,25,23,19,4

25,27,19,29,17 27,25,19,4,2

TEAM SUMMARY

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd BC PC 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-1 (1) 1-3 (4) 3rd 1-3 (2) 0-1 (0) Total 1-4 (3) 1-4 (4)

# 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 29 T 1 30

P ro v id e n c e McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor TEAM Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 17 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp dnp 3 5 23

Sh 0 5 2 6 1 3 4 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 4 0 0 0 36

# 2 4 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 21 23 24 25 27 28 1 33

+/- Bl 0 0 +1 1 0 0 0 0 -1 1 -1 0 +1 0 0 1 +1 0 -1 0 +2 0 0 1 -1 3 -1 1 +1 1 +1 0 +2 4 +1 0 0 0 +5 13

Y a le B u lld o g s Larkin, Adam Foley, Matt Sweezey, Billy Snively, Joe DeMontis, Robbie Lindstrand, Chandl Gaus, Andrew Smith, Evan Smith, Mitchell Hart, Henry DiChiara, Frankie Hart, Ted Hayden, John Curti, Charlie Doherty, Mike Izmirlian, Chris Stevens, Luke Hitchcock, Ryan Tucker, Sam Kaczperski, Corbin Totals

Saves

33 0

2

7 0

3

7 0

Saves

21 0

Time 08:31 16:34 19:48 11:10

PP PP PP PP

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 dnp dnp 1 2 12

Sh 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 6 0 0 0 0 0

+/- Bl -1 1 -2 5 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 -2 1 +1 1 0 1 0 0 -2 2 -2 2 0 1

14

-5 14

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

Team

PC YALE

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 14 12 10 36 YALE 3 3 8 14

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC YALE 1st 1-2 (3) 0-2 (0) 2nd 0-2 (2) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-2 (1) 0-3 (6) Total 1-6 (6) 0-5 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC YALE 1st 2-4 2-4 2nd 0-0 2-4 3rd 4-19 2-4 Total 6-23 6-12 Three stars: 1. Pinho, Brian 2. Spano, Patrick 3. Conway, Scott Officials: Referee:Bryan Hicks Linesman:Cameron Lynch Linesman:Kevin Briganti Goal judge:Nicholas Briganti Scorer:Bill Garfield

GOALTENDERS P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden ##

Dec

W

Min

60:00

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1

2

2

3

3

8

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Y a le B u lld o g s 30 Spano, Patrick ##

Dec

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Min

60:00

GA

3

1

2

13 11

3

9

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PENALTY SUMMARY

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

Officials: Referee:Jack Millea Linesman:Kevin Keenan Linesman:Kevin Briganti Goal judge:Chris Millea

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Providence vs Yale Bulldogs (Jan 10, 2017 at New Haven, CT)

GOALTENDERS Boston College 31 Joe Woll EMPTY NET ##

Three stars: 1. Wilkins, Josh 2. MacPhee, Conor 3. Conway, Scott

Providence (9-7-4, 1-5-2 HEA) vs. Yale Bulldogs (6-7-2, 2-5-1 ECAC) Date: Jan 10, 2017 • Location: New Haven, CT • Arena: Ingalls Rink Attendance: 3061 • Start time: 7:00 pm • End time: 9:13 pm • Total time: 2:13

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 19 21 26 27 28 35

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd DEN PC 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 3-6 2-4 3rd 1-2 0-0 Total 5-10 3-6

Game 20: Providence 3, Yale 1

Boston College (14-7-2, 9-1-1 HEA) vs. Providence (8-7-4, 1-5-2 HEA) Date: Jan 08, 2017 • Location: Boston, Mass. • Arena: Fenway Park Attendance: 19547 • Start time: 5:00 PM • End time: 7:54 PM • Total time: 2:54

2. 2nd 08:22 3. 3rd 16:49

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd DEN PC 1st 0-1 (0) 0-1 (0) 2nd 1-2 (2) 1-2 (8) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-2 (4) Total 1-3 (2) 2-5 (12)

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (8-6-4). Loss-Tanner Jaillet (11-3-4).

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #8 Boston College vs Providence (Jan 08, 2017 at Boston, Mass.)

Assists Duhaime, Brandon/5 Lemos, Bryan/4 Austin Cangelosi/8 JD Dudek/4 Julius Mattila/4 Ryan Fitzgerald/12

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot DEN 7 8 7 22 PC 8 17 11 36

Team

Referee's signature

Game 19: Boston College 3, Providence 1

Team Scored by PC PP Wilkins, Josh/7

DEN PC

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd

Referee's signature

Prd Time 1. 2nd 04:00

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

Team

GOALTENDERS

GOALTENDERS ## D e n ve r

Vis. on ice 3,4,7

TEAM SUMMARY

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd DEN PC 1st 2-4 0-0 2nd 0-0 2-4 3rd 0-0 1-2 OT 1-10 0-0 Total 3-14 3-6

9

Assists Pinho, Brian/12 Walman, Jake/10 Dylan Gambrell Jarid Lukosevicius Duhaime, Brandon/4 Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan/13

Team MinOffense PC 2.Hooking PC 2.Hitting After Whistle BC 2.Hitting After Whistle PC 2.High Sticking PC 2.Interference BC 2.Cross-Checking

Win-Joe Woll (11-6-1). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (8-7-4). Referee's signature

Time 03:19 03:19 03:19 07:39 15:12 19:47

PP PP PP PP

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

Player Wilkins, Josh Hart, Henry Foley, Matt Duhaime, Brandon Stevens, Luke Sweezey, Billy

Team PC YALE YALE PC YALE YALE

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Tripping 2.Boarding 2.Slashing 2.Slashing 2.Holding

Time 02:31 06:32 11:43 13:19 01:33 04:53

PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Conway, Scott DiChiara, Frankie Duhaime, Brandon Duhaime, Brandon TEAM Smith, Mitchell

Team MinOffense Time PC 2.Elbowing 00:34 YALE 2.Slashing 06:05 PC 5.Checking From Behind 06:17 PC 10.Game Misconduct 06:17 PC 2.Unsportsmanlike Cond 06:17 YALE 2.Hooking 14:00

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (9-7-4 Overall). Loss-Spano, Patrick (5-4-2 Overall). Yale timeout with 10:40 left in third period. Referee's signature

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2016-17 Box Scores Game 22: Providence 4, Vermont 1

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #12 Vermont vs Providence (Jan 13, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #12 Vermont vs Providence (Jan 14, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Vermont (15-6-2, 7-3-1 HEA) vs. Providence (9-8-4, 1-6-2 HEA) Date: Jan 13, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2065 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:10 PM • Total time: 2:05 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 12:16 UVM EV Matt Alvaro/5 2. 1st 13:51 UVM

EV Jarrid Privitera/6

3. 1st 15:34 PC

EV Sukumaran, Vimal/3

4. 2nd 04:52 UVM

EV Ross Colton/9

5. 2nd 07:01 UVM

EV Trey Phillips/6

6. 3rd 11:04 PC 7. 3rd 12:38 PC

EV Lemos, Bryan/3 EV Young, Spenser/1

Assists Mike Lee/3 Craig Puffer Craig Puffer/7 Liam Coughlin/3 Lemos, Bryan/5 Bryson, Jacob/9 Trey Phillips/3 Matt Alvaro/4 Brian Bowen/8 Brendan Bradley/9 Young, Spenser/4 Sukumaran, Vimal/3

Home on ice 2 1 ,5 ,1 5 ,1 7 ,1 8

Team

5 ,2 1 ,2 4 ,1 3 ,2 2

UVM PC

2 1 ,3 4 ,3 7 ,2 5 ,3

2 2 ,2 4 ,1 3 ,2 7 ,1 8

3 7 ,2 6 ,2 5 ,2 1 ,3 4 1 6 ,1 5 ,8 ,2 6 ,1 8 1 3 ,1 6 ,5 ,2 4 ,1 8

5,10,16,18 24,21,17,5 3,9,20,15,16 2 1 ,2 2 ,5 ,2 4 ,1 7

# 5 8 9 10 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

Pi Sh +/- Bl 2 2 0 1 2 1 -1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 -1 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -1 0 0 1 +1 0 2 1 -1 2 0 1 +1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 +1 0 0 3 +3 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 +2 0 2 1 0 1 12

14 +6 10

P ro v id e n c e McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brand Conway, Scott Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anth Kavanagh, Shan Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasp Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vim Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Rob Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

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

A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 4

Pi Sh +/- Bl 0 1 -1 3 0 2 -1 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 -1 0 0 2 -2 0 0 0 -2 3 0 2 +1 1 0 1 -2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 +1 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 -1 0 4 4 +1 1 0 1 0 0

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UVM 6 7 1 14 PC 11 12 10 33

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10 12 0 0

3

8 0

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30 0

Player Matt O'Donnell Ross Colton Gamez, Garrett Rob Hamilton Travis Blanleil Monk, Josh

Team MinOffense UVM 2.Hooking UVM 2.Boarding PC 2.Holding UVM 2.Tripping UVM 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Slashing

Time 03:22 05:13 17:07 19:53 09:34 17:21

PP PP PP PP PP PP

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UVM PC 1st 0-1 (1) 0-2 (4) 2nd 0-1 (1) 0-2 (1) 3rd 0-2 (0) 0-1 (1) Total 0-4 (2) 0-5 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UVM PC 1st 3-6 1-2 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 2-4 3-6 Total 6-12 5-10 Three stars: 1. Trey Phillips 2. Young, Spenser 3. Matt Alvaro Officials: Referee:Jamie Koharski Linesman:Stephen McInchak Linesman:Tommy George Goal judge:Nicholas Briganti

# 3 5 9 10 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 28 34 37 1 30

V e rm o n t Mike Lee Rob Hamilton Brian Bowen Travis Blanleil Liam Coughlin Derek Lodermeier Craig Puffer Matt O'Donnell Jarrid Privitera Brendan Bradley Mario Puskarich Brady Shaw Chris Muscoby Matt Alvaro Trey Phillips Anthony Petruzzelli Jake Massie Ross Colton Mike Santaguida Pat Feeley Totals

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-6

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Player Sukumaran, Vimal Conway, Scott Mike Lee Jake Massie Monk, Josh

Assists Ross Colton/9 Foley, Erik/9 Conway, Scott/7 Duhaime, Brandon/6 Wilkins, Josh/3

Vis. on ice 21,9,17,5,37 17,19,34,13,5 5,37,25,18 16,5,24,20 1 3 ,1 7 ,1 9 ,5 ,3 7 ,2

Home on ice 8,26,27,19 15,21,26,12,5 10,19,27,12 22,9,24,21,5 26,20,2,19,15

Sh 1 1 2 1 0 2 4 4 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 1

# 2 5 8 9 10 12 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

+/- Bl 0 2 -4 1 0 0 0 0 -2 0 -1 0 -2 1 -1 0 -2 0 -1 0 -1 3 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 0 2 0 0 -1 0 -2 0

26 -19

9

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

Team

UVM PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UVM 11 8 7 26 PC 8 16 13 37

Team

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

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

A Pim 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 4 4 14

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

+/- Bl +1 0 +2 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 +2 1 +2 1 0 0 0 0 +2 1 +1 2 +2 0 +1 1 +1 1 0 2 +2 1 +1 4 0 1

37 +19 15

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UVM PC 1st 0-1 (1) 0-0 (2) 2nd 1-4 (2) 0-2 (5) 3rd 0-1 (0) 0-3 (4) Total 1-6 (3) 0-5 (11) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UVM PC 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 4-8 3rd 3-6 2-4 Total 6-12 7-14 Three stars: 1. Conway, Scott 2. Wilkins, Josh 3. Hawkey, Hayden Officials: Referee:Jamie Koharski Linesman:Stephen McInchak Linesman:Casey Terreri Goal judge:Chris Aughe

GOALTENDERS V erm o n t 40 Stefanos Lekkas EMPTY NET

9

Dec

Scored by Mario Puskarich/7 Wilkins, Josh/9 Foley, Erik/8 Sukumaran, Vimal/4 Pinho, Brian/6

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 1 1 12

##

10

##

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

PP EV EV EV EN

TEAM SUMMARY

Min

GA

1

4 0

59:23 0:37

2

4 0

3

5 0

1 0

Team MiOffense PC 2.High Sticking PC 2.Embellishment UVM 2.Hooking UVM 2.Holding PC 2.Tripping

Dec

L

Min

58:59

GA

3 1

1:01

1

2

3

8 15 10 0 0 0

Saves

33 0

10 0

Time 02:56 PP 09:06 09:06 13:38 PP 17:16 PP

P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden ##

Dec

W

Min

60:00

GA

1

1

11

2

7

3

7

Saves

25

PENALTY SUMMARY

Saves

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

Team UVM PC PC PC PC

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

Player Sukumaran, Vimal Anthony Petruzzelli Kavanagh, Shane Chris Muscoby Duhaime, Brandon Pinho, Brian Desharnais, Vincent

Team PC UVM PC UVM PC PC PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Holding The Stick 2.High Sticking 2.Interference 2.Holding 2.Hooking 2.Elbowing

Time 05:47 19:51 05:32 09:17 09:51 10:59 17:56

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Trey Phillips Sukumaran, Vimal Chris Muscoby Matt O'Donnell Derek Lodermeier Sukumaran, Vimal

Team MinOffense UVM 2.Interference PC 2.Embellishment UVM 2.Tripping UVM 2.Hooking UVM 2.Interference PC 2.Holding

Time 19:02 01:20 01:20 04:10 08:41 12:34

PP

COACHES & STAFF

V e rm o n t 40 Stefanos Lekkas EMPTY NET

Time 07:28 13:42 02:27 03:39 18:44

Team

GOALTENDERS ##

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

PP PP PP PP

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (10-8-4). Loss-Stefanos Lekkas (13-4-2). Referee's signature

Win-Stefanos Lekkas (13-3-2). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (9-8-4). UVM Timeout 17:16 3rd Period Referee's signature

Game 23: Providence 4, UMass Lowell 3

Game 24: Providence 3, UMass Lowell 2

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Providence vs #5 UMass Lowell (Jan 20, 2017 at Lowell, Mass.)

Home on ice 10,18,2,4,21

2. 1st 08:48 UML 3. 1st 13:32 PC 4. 2nd 07:08 PC

15,8,17,7,26 10,7,26,18 9,3,25,29

5. 3rd 07:58 PC 6. 3rd 09:58 PC 7. 3rd 13:52 UML

Assists Vis. on ice Lohin, Ryan/10 9,2,24,22,18 Panico, Tommy/4 22,9,24,16,5 Foley, Erik/10 10,19,12,26,27 Wilkins, Josh/11 22,15,9,18,16 Duhaime, Brandon/7 EV Bjorkqvist, Kasper/2 Pinho, Brian/15 20,18,16,8,26 Bryson, Jacob/10 EV Desharnais, Vincent/2 Pinho, Brian/16 12,2,5,26,15 Wilkins, Josh/12 PP Zink, Dylan/8 Forney, Chris/6 29,27,2,18 Edwardh, John/10 EV Dmowski, Ryan/5 PP Conway, Scott/8 PP Sukumaran, Vimal/5

7,9,23,26,21 8,15,26,7,17 25,4,29,8,15

TEAM SUMMARY Providence Desharnais, Vinc McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brand Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anth Kavanagh, Shan Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasp Sukumaran, Vim Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Rob Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 dnp 4 7

# 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 25 26 29 1 31

Pi Sh +/0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 -2 2 3 0 2 2 +1 0 1 +1 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 +1 0 1 -2 0 0 -2 0 1 0 2 2 +2 0 3 0 0 0 0 10

20

0

UMass Lowell Panico, Tommy Kapla, Michael Forney, Chris Gambardella, Jo Mueller, Tyler Campbell, Evan Master, Nick Hausinger, Kenn Dmowski, Ryan O'Neill, Colin Wilson, Connor Lohin, Ryan Smith, C.J. Kamrass, Jake Marin, Nick Zink, Dylan Goransson, Matti Edwardh, John Metcalf, Garrett Hernberg, Chris Totals

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

A 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 dnp dnp 3 4

Pi Sh +/0 0 +1 0 4 0 4 1 +1 0 2 0 0 1 -1 0 4 0 4 1 -1 0 1 +1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 +1 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 -1 4 2 0 0 2 -1 0 0 0 14

25

UMass Lowell (15-7-3, 7-5-1 HEA) vs. Providence (12-8-4, 4-6-2 HEA) Date: Jan 21, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 3033 • Start time: 7:00 PM • End time: 9:18 PM • Total time: 2:18 Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 1 1 2 4 UML 2 0 1 3

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 5 10 5 20 UML 10 7 8 25

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC UML 1st 1-2 (2) 0-0 (0) 2nd 1-3 (7) 0-3 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-1 (3) Total 2-5 (9) 1-4 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC UML 1st 0-0 2-4 2nd 3-6 5-10 3rd 2-4 0-0 Total 5-10 7-14 Three stars: 1. Bjorkqvist, Kasper 2. Zink, Dylan 3. Conway, Scott Officials: Referee:Jack Millea Referee:Peter Schlittenhardt Linesman:Tommy George Linesman:Jeff McCorkle Game timekeeper:Bob Gamache Scorer:Michael Souza

Providence 31 Hawkey, Hayden

Dec

W

Min 60:00

GA

3

1

8

2

7

3

7

Saves

22

Team MinOffense UML 2.Tripping UML 2.Hooking UML 2.Elbowing UML 2.Interference PC 2.Tripping UML 2.Interference

Time 13:11 13:40 02:16 05:38 09:54 10:41

PP PP PP PP PP

PC

EV Bjorkqvist, Kasper/3

5. 3rd 10:59

PC

EV Conway, Scott/9

Dec

L

Min 58:21 1:39

Player Conway, Scott Zink, Dylan Foley, Erik Lohin, Ryan Kavanagh, Shane Pinho, Brian

GA

4 0

Team MiOffense PC 2.Hooking UML 2.Embellishment PC 2.Hooking UML 2.Interference PC 2.Tripping PC 2.Slashing

U M a s s L o w e ll Panico, Tommy Kapla, Michael Forney, Chris Gambardella, Joe Mueller, Tyler Campbell, Evan Hausinger, Kenny Dmowski, Ryan O'Neill, Colin Wilson, Connor Lohin, Ryan Smith, C.J. Winkler, James Kamrass, Jake Marin, Nick Zink, Dylan Folin, Niklas Edwardh, John Metcalf, Garrett Cleary, Sean Totals

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

A Pim 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 6

Sh 1 3 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 2

# 2 5 8 9 10 12 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 T 1 30

+/- Bl 0 0 -2 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 -2 1 -1 1 0 2 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 1 -2 2 0 1 0 1

21 -10 14

1

4 0

2

9 0

3

3 0

Saves

16 0

U M ass L o w ell 33 Wall, Tyler EMPTY NET

Time 11:39 14:54 14:54 17:11 10:52 12:24

PP PP PP PP

Dec

L

Min

58:15

1:45

GA

3 0

Home on ice 18,8,20,10,2

16,20,8,3,25 29,3,4,5,19

8,10,2,20,18 8,20,18,21

16,17,20,2,4

20,5,21,10,8

5,23,19,3,25

10,27,8,12,21

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor TM Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 5 10

Sh 3 0 5 2 2 3 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 0 2 2 1 0

+/- Bl 0 3 +1 3 +2 1 0 0 +2 0 +1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 +1 1 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 1 0 3 0 1

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

Team

UML PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UML 6 8 7 21 PC 11 11 13 35

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UML PC 1st 0-2 (2) 0-1 (0) 2nd 1-1 (1) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-2 (3) 0-1 (3) Total 1-5 (6) 0-3 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UML PC 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 1-2 2-4 Total 3-6 5-10 Three stars: 1. Conway, Scott 2. Bjorkqvist, Kasper 3. Smith, C.J. Officials: Referee:Thomas Fyrer Linesman:John Gravallese Linesman:Marc Sullivan Goal judge:Kevin Briganti

35 +10 15

1

2

3

10 10 12 0 0 0

Saves

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60:00

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1

5

2

7

3

7

Saves

19

PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 1st 1st 1st 2nd

Player Bjorkqvist, Kasper Lemos, Bryan Lohin, Ryan Marin, Nick

Team PC PC UML UML

MinOffense 2.Tripping 2.High Sticking 2.Cross-Checking 2.Slashing

Time 11:53 14:16 17:22 01:17

PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Walman, Jake Sukumaran, Vimal Gambardella, Joe Foley, Erik

Team MinOffense PC 2.Slashing PC 2.Interference UML 2.Interference PC 2.Slashing

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (12-8-4). Loss-Wall, Tyler (14-6-1). Referee's signature

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (11-8-4). Loss-Wall, Tyler (14-5-1). Lowell timeout 7:36 left in 3rd period Providence timeout 1:30 left in 3rd period Referee's signature

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Vis. on ice 2,19,23,5,4

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 4 5 7 8 10 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 25 27 29 1 30

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

4. 2nd 15:34

Assists Smith, C.J./14 Gambardella, Joe/23 Conway, Scott/8 Kapla, Michael/16 Smith, C.J./15 McKenzie, Kyle/3 Young, Spenser/5 Foley, Erik/11 Monk, Josh/12

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Time 03:10 03:51 04:42 18:20

PP PP PP PP

HISTORY & RECORDS

Player Master, Nick Zink, Dylan Forney, Chris Forney, Chris Bryson, Jacob Master, Nick

EV Tait, Ryan/3 PP Edwardh, John/11

GOALTENDERS

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

Team Scored by UML EV Panico, Tommy/2 PC UML

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Prd Time 1. 1st 09:48 2. 1st 17:00 3. 2nd 04:23

SEASON IN REVIEW

# 2 5 8 9 10 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 26 27 29 30

FACILITIES

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #5 UMass Lowell vs Providence (Jan 21, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Providence (11-8-4, 3-6-2 HEA) vs. UMass Lowell (15-6-3, 7-4-1 HEA) Date: Jan 20, 2017 • Location: Lowell, Mass. • Arena: Tsongas Center Attendance: 6013 • Start time: 7:15pm • End time: 9:34pm • Total time: 2:19 Prd Time Team Scored by 1. 1st 03:13 UML EV Hausinger, Kenny/5

THE FRIARS

V erm o n t G A Mike Lee 0 1 Rob Hamilton 0 0 Brian Bowen 0 1 Travis Blanleil 0 0 Liam Coughlin 0 1 Corey Moriarty 0 0 Derek Lodermeie 0 0 Craig Puffer 0 2 Matt O'Donnell 0 0 Jarrid Privitera 1 0 Brendan Bradley 0 1 Mario Puskarich 0 0 Brady Shaw 0 0 Matt Alvaro 1 1 Trey Phillips 1 1 Anthony Petruzz 0 0 Jake Massie 0 0 Ross Colton 1 0 Mike Santaguida dnp Pat Feeley dnp Totals 4 8

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

Vis. on ice 2 5 ,3 ,2 1 ,2 6 ,3 4

TEAM SUMMARY # 3 5 9 10 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 28 34 37 1 30

Vermont (15-7-2, 7-4-1 HEA) vs. Providence (10-8-4, 2-6-2 HEA) Date: Jan 14, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2266 • Start time: 5:00 PM • End time: 7:25 PM • Total time: 2:25

1 9 ,1 7 ,3 ,1 5 ,1 3

2 6 ,9 ,2 0 ,3 4 ,1 6

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Game 21: Vermont 4, Providence 3


2016-17 Box Scores Game 25: Providence 3, New Hampshire 0

Game 26: Providence 3, New Hampshire 2

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #19 Providence vs New Hampshire (Jan 27, 2017 at Durham, N.H.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #19 Providence vs New Hampshire (Jan 28, 2017 at Durham, N.H.)

Providence (13-8-4, 5-6-2) vs. New Hampshire (11-10-4, 6-4-3 HEA) Date: Jan 27, 2017 • Location: Durham, N.H. • Arena: Whittemore Center Attendance: 4708 • Start time: 7:00 PM • End time: 9:00 PM • Total time: 2:00 Prd Time 1. 1st 19:59

Team Scored by PC EV Monk, Josh/2

2. 3rd 17:18 3. 3rd 19:39

PC PC

Assists Walman, Jake/11 Conway, Scott/9 Bryson, Jacob/11 Pinho, Brian/17 McKenzie, Kyle/4

EV Tait, Ryan/4 EN Tait, Ryan/5

Providence (14-8-4, 6-6-2 HEA) vs. New Hampshire (11-11-4, 6-5-3 HEA) Date: Jan 28, 2017 • Location: Durham, N.H. • Arena: Whittemore Center Attendance: 6204 • Start time: 7:03 PM • End time: 9:30 PM • Total time: 2:27

Vis. on ice Home on ice 27,12,10,19,26 16,6,26,10,2 8,24,20,5,19 8,5,19,21,26

5,16,10,11,21 17,16,6,21,11,1

P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 3 5 8

Sh 1 1 3 3 4 3 0 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 1

# 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 16 17 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 33 41

+/- Bl 0 1 +2 3 +2 1 0 0 +1 2 +1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +3 0 +1 2 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 +2 0 +1 1 0 4

30 +15 14

PC UNH

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 12 11 7 30 UNH 8 8 11 27

Team

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 8 9 10 12 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 30

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

Team

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 0 0 6

N ew H am p sh ire Matias Cleland Dylan Chanter Cameron Marks Brendan van Riem Jamie Hill Frankie Cefalu Jason Salvaggio Michael McNichola Joe Sacco Tyler Kelleher Marcus Vela Patrick Grasso Anthony Wyse Ara Nazarian Nick Nonis Chris Miller Liam Blackburn Matt Dawson Joe Lazzaro Adam Clark Totals

Sh 1 2 0 3 2 0 1 5 1 3 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 1

+/- Bl -1 0 -1 1 -2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 -3 0 -2 0 0 0 -3 0 -1 1 0 0 -2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 0 2

27 -16

8

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC UNH 1st 0-2 (3) 0-1 (0) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-2 (4) Total 0-3 (5) 0-4 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC UNH 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 1-2 0-0 3rd 2-4 1-2 Total 4-8 3-6 Three stars: 1. Hawkey, Hayden 2. Monk, Josh 3. Tait, Ryan Officials: Referee:Thomas Fryer Linesman:Peter Schlittenhardt Linesman:Jeff McCorkle Goal judge:Steven Murray

Prd Time 1. 2nd 09:27

Team Scored by PC EV Pinho, Brian/7

2. 2nd 18:16

UNH

PP Tyler Kelleher/15

3. 3rd 04:50

PC

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4. 3rd 13:44

PC

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5. 3rd 19:20

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Player Tyler Kelleher Anthony Wyse Young, Spenser Bryson, Jacob

Team UNH UNH PC PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Holding 2.Tripping 2.Interference

Time 04:29 09:29 10:49 05:27

PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Desharnais, Vincent Young, Spenser Michael McNicholas

Team MinOffense PC 2.Interference PC 2.Cross-Checking UNH 2.Hooking

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 dnp 3 6 10

Sh 2 3 2 1 6 3 5 4 2 1 3 5 3 3 1 2 0 2

# 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 16 17 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 33 41

+/- Bl +1 1 +2 0 0 0 +1 1 0 0 +1 1 +2 0 0 1 -1 0 0 0 +1 2 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 -1 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 1

48 +10

7

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Time 01:43 09:40 13:39

Vis. on ice Home on ice 26,27,19,12,15 8,2,6,22,17 2,17,18,29

16,11,2,20,10

9,2,24,22,5

17,24,8,27,22

24,9,27,5,15

17,8,22,21,27

24,17,27,25,9

2 0 ,1 6 ,1 0 ,1 1 ,2 ,6

TEAM SUMMARY

GOALTENDERS P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden EMPTY NET ##

Assists Monk, Josh/13 Walman, Jake/12 Michael McNichol/16 Matias Cleland/25 Sukumaran, Vimal/4 Lemos, Bryan/6 Wilkins, Josh/13 Monk, Josh/14 Tyler Kelleher/28 Jason Salvaggio/10

N e w H a m p s h ire Matias Cleland Dylan Chanter Cameron Marks Brendan van Riem Jamie Hill Frankie Cefalu Jason Salvaggio Michael McNichola Joe Sacco Tyler Kelleher Marcus Vela Patrick Grasso Anthony Wyse Ara Nazarian Nick Nonis Chris Miller Liam Blackburn Matt Dawson Joe Lazzaro Adam Clark Totals

G A Pim 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 20 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 28

Sh 2 0 2 1 0 1 3 1 0 4 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 1

+/- Bl 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 -3 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 1 0 1 +1 0 -3 2 +1 0 -1 2 -3 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0

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Team

PC UNH

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 18 12 18 48 UNH 5 9 9 23

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC UNH 1st 0-1 (0) 0-1 (0) 2nd 0-1 (2) 1-2 (1) 3rd 0-2 (0) 0-2 (2) Total 0-4 (2) 1-5 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC UNH 1st 1-2 1-2 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 2-4 4-24 Total 5-10 6-28 Three stars: 1. Lemos, Bryan 2. Danny Tirone 3. Monk, Josh Officials: Referee:Terrence Murphy Linesman:Chris Federico Linesman:Jeremy Lovett Goal judge:Joe Ross

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PP PP PP

Prd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (13-8-4). Loss-Danny Tirone (11-8-4). Referee's signature

Player Marcus Vela Conway, Scott Monk, Josh Marcus Vela Hennessey, Robbie Jason Salvaggio

Team UNH PC PC UNH PC UNH

MinOffense 2.Facemasking 2.Holding 2.Slashing 2.Hooking 2.Boarding 10.10-Minute Misconduct

Time 16:29 17:06 03:31 13:48 17:32 05:43

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Player Monk, Josh Hennessey, Robbie Brendan van Riemsdyk Brendan van Riemsdyk Jason Salvaggio

Team MinOffense PC 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Delay Of Game UNH 2.Cross-Checking UNH 2.High Sticking UNH 10.Game Misconduct

Time 08:01 10:07 11:06 14:27 19:20

PP PP PP

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (14-8-4). Loss-Danny Tirone (11-9-4). UNH Timeout at 18:39 of the third Referee's signature

Game 27: Providence 3, Maine 2

Game 28: Providence 5, Maine 3

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Maine vs #15 Providence (Feb 03, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Maine vs #15 Providence (Feb 04, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Maine (10-14-3, 4-10-1 HEA) vs. Providence (15-8-4, 7-6-2 HEA) Date: Feb 03, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2169 • Start time: 6:05 PM • End time: 8:32 PM • Total time: 2:27 Prd Time 1. 2nd 17:02 2. 3rd 02:18

Team Scored by PC EV Foley, Erik/9 MAIN PP Patrick Holway/4

3. 3rd 03:17

MAIN

EV Chase Pearson/11

4. 3rd 08:36

PC

EV Wilkins, Josh/10

5. 3rd 18:07

PC

PP Walman, Jake/5

Assists Monk, Josh/15 Ryan Smith/5 Blaine Byron/16 Mark Hamilton/8 Rob Michel/10 Pinho, Brian/18 Foley, Erik/13 Bryson, Jacob/12 Foley, Erik/14

Maine (10-15-3, 4-11-1 HEA) vs. Providence (16-8-4, 8-6-2 HEA) Date: Feb 04, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 3033 • Start time: 7:00 PM • End time: 9:12 PM • Total time: 2:12

Vis. on ice 5,18,12,25,13 2,5,89,21,12

Home on ice 12,5,10,21,27 21,25,17,5

12,47,3,27

17,24,21,5

13,23,12,27,2

15,26,12,18,19

89,47,3,21

19,18,10,12,26

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 5 7 12 13 14 18 21 22 23 24 25 27 29 47 67 89 33 36

M a in e Patrick Holway Rob Michel Ryan Smith Jake Pappalardo Chase Pearson Nolan Vesey Cedric Lacroix Keith Muehlbauer Cam Brown Brendan Robbins Sam Becker Peter Housakos Eric Schurhamer Patrick Shea Daniel Perez Mark Hamilton Malcom Hayes Blaine Byron Stephen Mundinge Matt Morris Totals

G A Pim 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 2 4 8

Sh 2 4 1 0 2 2 4 2 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 2 0 3

+/- Bl -1 1 +1 2 -1 1 0 1 -1 0 -2 0 0 1 -1 1 0 0 0 0 -1 2 0 0 -1 0 0 1 0 4 +1 1 0 0 0 1

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# 2 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 1 30

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G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 dnp dnp 3 5 8

Sh 2 0 1 1 0 4 0 5 6 1 5 1 1 1 2 3 2 1

+/- Bl 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +2 0 0 1 +1 0 -1 1 +1 0 +1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 -1 0 0 0 +1 1 +1 0

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+6 10

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot MAIN 0 0 2 2 PC 0 1 2 3

Team

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot MAIN 8 9 14 31 PC 13 15 8 36

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MAINE PC 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-1 (0) 0-2 (3) 3rd 1-2 (4) 1-1 (1) Total 1-3 (4) 1-3 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MAINE PC 1st 0-0 0-0 2nd 2-4 1-2 3rd 2-4 3-6 Total 4-8 4-8 Three stars: 1. Walman, Jake 2. Foley, Erik 3. Chase Pearson Officials: Referee:John Gravallese Linesman:Andy O'Brien Linesman:Casey Terreri Goal judge:Nicholas Briganti

GOALTENDERS M ain e 35 Rob McGovern EMPTY NET ##

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Team PC Maine Maine PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Tripping 2.Roughing 2.Interference

Time 06:08 14:53 17:44 01:05

PP PP PP PP

Prd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Team Scored by PC EV Florentino, Anthony/6 PC PP Duhaime, Brandon/4

3. 2nd 14:43

MAIN

EV Blaine Byron/13

4. 2nd 19:30

PC

PP Florentino, Anthony/7

5. 3rd 00:07 6. 3rd 05:47

MAIN PC

EV Brendan Robbins/3 EV Florentino, Anthony/8

7. 3rd 15:43

MAIN

EV Chase Pearson/12

8. 3rd 19:45

PC

EN Foley, Erik/10

M a in e Patrick Holway Rob Michel Ryan Smith Chase Pearson Nolan Vesey Cedric Lacroix Keith Muehlbauer Cam Brown Brendan Robbins Sam Becker Peter Housakos Eric Schurhamer Robin Hoglund Patrick Shea Daniel Perez Mark Hamilton Malcom Hayes Blaine Byron Stephen Mundinge Matt Morris Totals

Team MinOffense PC 2.Holding Maine 2.Holding PC 2.Interference Maine 2.Delay Of Game

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (15-8-4). Loss-Rob McGovern (9-10-3). Maine Timeout 19:43 3rd Period Providence Timeout 19:43 3rd Period Referee's signature

Time 03:11 03:11 13:53 17:26

M a in e 35 Rob McGovern EMPTY NET PP PP PP

Vis. on ice Home on ice 26,12,29,18,67 16,25,17,18,13 5,25,18,12 9,18,21,15,24 89,21,47,3,22

19,2,15,13,25

89,23,21,3

16,24,9,15,21

89,21,22,23,2

16,24,18,9,22

12,23,27,3,12

5,9,21,22,24

2 5 ,2 2 ,2 1 ,8 9 ,2 ,3 12,26,5,19,17

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

A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 4 10

Sh 1 3 1 3 4 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 2 26

# 2 5 8 9 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 1 30

+/- Bl -2 0 +1 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 2 -1 1 0 0 0 1 -1 1 -1 0 +1 0 -1 1 +1 0 -1 0 -1 0 -6

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P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 dnp dnp 5 8 16

Sh 4 1 3 1 1 4 4 0 4 2 1 4 1 1 1 0 1 0

+/- Bl -1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 +1 1 0 1 -1 0 +2 2 +2 2 +2 1 0 0 0 2 -1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0

33

+5 14

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

Team

MAIN PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot MAIN 3 10 13 26 PC 15 10 8 33

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd MAINE PC 1st 0-3 (2) 0-2 (1) 2nd 0-3 (4) 2-3 (3) 3rd 0-1 (2) 0-0 (0) Total 0-7 (8) 2-5 (4) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd MAINE PC 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 3-6 3-6 3rd 0-0 2-4 Total 5-10 8-16 Three stars: 1. Florentino, Anthony 2. Duhaime, Brandon 3. Blaine Byron Officials: Referee:Scott Hansen Linesman:Michael Baker Linesman:Marc Sullivan Goal judge:Nicholas Briganti

GOALTENDERS ##

Player Conway, Scott Cam Brown Sukumaran, Vimal Cedric Lacroix

Assists Hennessey, Robbi/4 Bryson, Jacob/13 Young, Spenser/7 Cam Brown/26 Mark Hamilton/9 Lemos, Bryan/7 Young, Spenser/7 PENALTY SHOT Duhaime, Brandon/8 Bryson, Jacob/14 Nolan Vesey/10 Patrick Shea/10 Pinho, Brian/19

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 3 5 12 13 14 18 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 47 67 89 33 36

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Prd Time 1. 1st 13:08 2. 2nd 08:41

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Player Walman, Jake Conway, Scott Nolan Vesey Pinho, Brian Mark Hamilton Mark Hamilton McKenzie, Kyle

Team PC PC Maine PC Maine Maine PC

MinOffense 2.Tripping 2.High Sticking 2.Roughing 2.Tripping 2.Roughing 2.Diving 2.Tripping

Time 01:05 06:04 06:44 08:09 16:55 00:28 03:01

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Florentino, Anthony Cam Brown McKenzie, Kyle Mark Hamilton Desharnais, Vincent Conway, Scott

Team MinOffense PC 2.Cross-Checking Maine 2.Hooking PC 2.Interference Maine 2.Elbowing PC 2.Tripping PC 2.Slashing

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (16-8-4). Loss-Rob McGovern (9-11-3). Referee's signature

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Time 04:24 08:31 10:08 17:46 00:07 09:54

PP PP PP PP PP


2016-17 Box Scores Game 30: Providence 4, UConn 3

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #11 Providence vs UConn (Feb 08, 2017 at Hartford, Conn.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) UConn vs #11 Providence (Feb 10, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Providence (17-8-4, 9-6-2) vs. UConn (10-11-8, 6-7-4) Date: Feb 08, 2017 • Location: Hartford, Conn. • Arena: XL Center Attendance: 4040 • Start time: 7:05 pm • End time: 9:28 pm • Total time: 2:23 Prd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd

1. 2. 3. 4.

Time 00:27 19:30 15:43 02:13

5. 3rd 07:37

Team PC PC UCON PC

EV EV SH EV

Scored by Pinho, Brian/8 Sukumaran, Vimal/6 El-Mir, Karl/9 Sukumaran, Vimal/7

PC

EV Conway, Scott/10

Assists Walman, Jake/13 Conway, Scott/10 Kalter, Max/15 Bjorkqvist, Kasp/3 Wilkins, Josh/14 Bryson, Jacob/15

Vis. on ice 26,21,12,19,15 10,5,11,2,22 21,19,22,26,16 22,2,15,5,20

UConn (10-12-8, 6-8-4 HEA) vs. Providence (18-8-4,10-6-2 HEA) Date: Feb 10, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2832 • Start time: 7:10 PM • End time: 9:39 • Total time: 2:29

Home on ice 28,24,19,13,6 6,5,16,29,18 16,18,2,13 16,13,11,23,20

10,18,16,17,11 28,19,5,13,16

TEAM SUMMARY Providence Desharnais, Vincen McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbie Pinho, Brian TM Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 dnp 4 5 12

Sh 1 1 3 4 6 3 1 1 3 1 0 4 2 0 5 1 0 2 0

+/- Bl +2 1 +2 1 0 0 +2 0 +2 0 +1 1 0 1 +2 0 0 0 +1 1 +1 1 0 3 +1 0 0 0 +1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

UConn Pratt, Derek Nelson, Bryan Drake, David Austin, Johnny Naas, Spencer Payusov, Alexande Gendron, Miles Ronan, Corey Masonius, Joseph El-Mir, Karl Schwartz, Jesse Kalter, Max Richardson, Evan Newpower, Wyatt Ojantakanen, Kasp Freeman, Benjami Morgan, Brian Thompson, Tage Creel, Tanner Nichols, Rob Totals

# 2 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 28 29 1 31

38 +15 12

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 dnp dnp 1 1 8

Sh 2 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 6

+/- Bl +1 1 0 0 -2 3 -2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 -1 1 -2 2 -2 0 0 1 0 1 -2 0 -1 4 -1 1 -1 0 -2 0 -1 0

22 -16 16

Goals by Period Team 1 2 3 Tot PC 2 0 2 4 UCON 0 1 0 1

Prd 1. 1st 2. 1st 3. 2nd

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 17 10 11 38 UCON 3 12 7 22

4. 2nd 04:05

PC

PP Pinho, Brian/9

5. 2nd 14:03

PC

EV Foley, Erik/12

6. 3rd 07:42

UCON PP Morgan, Brian/6

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC UCONN 1st 0-2 (2) 0-1 (0) 2nd 0-1 (0) 0-2 (1) 3rd 0-1 (3) 0-3 (3) Total 0-4 (5) 0-6 (4)

7. 3rd 13:04

PC

Team

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC UCONN 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 2-4 2-4 3rd 3-6 0-0 Total 6-12 4-8 Three stars: 1. Sukumaran, Vimal 2. Conway, Scott 3. Pinho, Brian Officials: Referee:Geoffrey Miller Referee:Terrence Murphy Linesman:Kevin Briganti Linesman:Nicholas Briganti

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Time 06:20 08:34 00:29

Team Scored by UCON EV Morgan, Brian/5 PC EV Foley, Erik/11 UCON EV Naas, Spencer/14

Assists Hawkey, Hayden/1 Thompson, Tage/11 Nichols, Rob/1 Foley, Erik/13 Bryson, Jacob/18 Wilkins, Josh/15 Pinho, Brian/20 Thompson, Tage/12 Masonius, Joseph/9 Pinho, Brian/21 Walman, Jake/14

PP Foley, Erik/13

Team PC Uconn Uconn PC PC

MinOffense 2.Hooking 2.Slashing 2.Interference 2.Roughing 2.Tripping

Time 01:41 10:56 15:10 03:33 07:30

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd

18,6,11,13

26,20,12,18,16

6,29,8,23,2

12,15,26,18,16

28,29,24,13,11 21,20,19,17 13,18,5,11

12,10,19,26,18

UConn Pratt, Derek Nelson, Bryan Drake, David Austin, Johnny Naas, Spencer Payusov, Alexande Gendron, Miles Ronan, Corey Masonius, Joseph Schwartz, Jesse Kalter, Max Richardson, Evan Newpower, Wyatt Howell, Justin Ojantakanen, Kasp Freeman, Benjami Morgan, Brian Thompson, Tage Nichols, Rob Creel, Tanner Huska, Adam Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 3 4 14

Sh 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 3 1 0

+/- Bl 0 1 0 0 0 4 -1 2 +1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 -1 1 -1 0 0 1 0 3 -1 0 +1 0 +1 0 +1 2 0 0 0 0

18

0 18

# 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 31 1 30

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Hawkey, Hayden Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 4 7 10

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

+/- Bl -1 1 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 1 +1 1 +1 3 0 1 0 0 +1 2 0 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 0 1 +1 1 0 0

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0 11

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 4

Team

UCON PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UCON 8 5 5 18 PC 17 23 12 52

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UCONN PC 1st 0-2 (3) 0-2 (2) 2nd 0-0 (0) 1-2 (9) 3rd 1-3 (1) 1-2 (4) Total 1-5 (4) 2-6 (15) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UCONN PC 1st 2-4 2-4 2nd 2-4 0-0 3rd 3-6 3-6 Total 7-14 5-10 Three stars: 1. Foley, Erik 2. Pinho, Brian 3. Morgan, Brian Officials: Referee:Jack Millea Linesman:Tim Benedetto Linesman:Casey Terreri Goal judge:Chris Millea

GOALTENDERS

Player Thompson, Tage Ronan, Corey TM Conway, Scott Sukumaran, Vimal

Team MinOffense Time Uconn 2.Slashing 15:04 Uconn 2.Tripping 20:00 PC 2.Too Many Players On Ic02:49 PC 2.Interference 16:43 PC 2.Elbowing 19:48

UConn 31 Nichols, Rob EMPTY NET ##

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PENALTY SUMMARY

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (17-8-4). Loss-Huska, Adam (6-6-4).

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

Referee's signature

Player Bryson, Jacob Austin, Johnny Nelson, Bryan Wilkins, Josh Schwartz, Jesse Morgan, Brian

Team MinOffense PC 2.Hooking Uconn 2.Slashing Uconn 2.Hooking PC 2.Hooking Uconn 2.Boarding Uconn 2.Interference

Time 06:20 09:27 16:49 17:56 02:15 16:06

PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Wilkins, Josh Austin, Johnny Desharnais, Vincent Masonius, Joseph Pratt, Derek Young, Spenser

Team MinOffense PC 2.Hooking Uconn 2.Hooking PC 2.Tripping Uconn 2.Hooking Uconn 2.High Sticking PC 2.Tripping

Time 00:36 02:58 06:35 11:39 12:36 13:32

PP PP PP PP PP

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (18-8-4). Loss-Nichols, Rob (4-6-4). Referee's signature

Game 31: Notre Dame 4, Providence 1

Game 32: Providence 3, Notre Dame 3 (OT) Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Providence vs #15 Notre Dame (Feb 18, 2017 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

Providence (18-9-4, 10-7-2 HEA) vs. Notre Dame (18-9-4, 11-5-3 HEA) Date: Feb 17, 2017 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 4509 • Start time: 7:40 PM • End time: 10:00 PM • Total time: 2:20 Prd Time 1. 1st 17:34

Team Scored by ND EV Jack Jenkins/5 PC ND

EV Florentino, Anthony/9 EV Cal Burke/3

4. 3rd 14:18 5. 3rd 16:15

ND ND

SH Anders Bjork/18 PP Anders Bjork/19

Assists Andrew Oglevie/16 Dennis Gilbert/17 Tory Dello/8 Dennis Gilbert/18 Bobby Nardella/13 Jordan Gross/19

Vis. on ice 8,5,18,2,9

Providence (18-9-5, 10-7-3 HEA) vs. Notre Dame (18-9-5, 11-5-4 HEA) Date: Feb 18, 2017 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 5022 • Start time: 7:10 PM • End time: 9:40 PM • Total time: 2:30

Home on ice 28,15,4,11,6

16,22,21,24,11 6,29,12,25,27 9,21,10,17,25 11,6,4,28,15 12,18,10,26,19 10,22,3,9 17,5,21,25 10,27,3,18,26

TEAM SUMMARY P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp 1 0 2

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

# 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 15 18 19 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 T 32 33

+/- Bl -1 1 -1 2 -1 0 -2 0 -2 0 +1 0 -1 1 0 1 +1 0 -1 0 -2 1 -1 1 0 2 +1 2 +1 1 -1 1 -1 0 0 0

34 -10 13

N o tre D am e Jordan Gross Dennis Gilbert Tory Dello Ben Ostlie Dawson Cook Anders Bjork Cal Burke Felix Holmberg Andrew Oglevie Jake Evans Mike O'Leary Andrew Peeke Luke Ripley Dylan Malmquist Cam Morrison Bobby Nardella Jack Jenkins Bo Brauer TEAM Cale Morris Chad Katunar Totals

G A Pim 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 dnp dnp 4 6 6

Sh 7 1 3 0 1 4 7 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 1 1 3 0 0

+/- Bl +1 3 +2 0 +1 2 0 0 +1 1 +1 1 +2 1 -1 0 +2 0 0 0 0 0 +1 4 0 1 -1 0 0 1 -1 0 +2 0 -1 0 0 2

35

+9 16

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

Team

PC ND

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 11 12 11 34 ND 8 13 14 35

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC ND 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-1 (3) 1-1 (3) Total 0-2 (4) 1-1 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC ND 1st 0-0 0-0 2nd 0-0 1-2 3rd 1-2 2-4 Total 1-2 3-6 Three stars: 1. Anders Bjork 2. Cal Petersen 3. Cal Burke Officials: Referee:Thomas Fyrer Linesman:Kevin Keenan Linesman:Robert Shintani Goal judge:Ed Moberg

Prd Time 1. 1st 11:13

Team Scored by PC EV Kavanagh, Shane/2

2. 1st

15:37

ND

PP Bobby Nardella/6

3. 1st 18:04 4. 2nd 19:35

PC ND

EV Rufo, Niko/2 EV Jake Evans/10

5. 3rd 05:35 6. 3rd 08:40

PC ND

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PENALTY SUMMARY Prd 2nd 3rd

Player Bo Brauer Jake Evans

Team ND ND

MinOffense 2.Elbowing 2.Hooking

Time 08:06 12:51

PP PP

Prd Player 3rd Walman, Jake 3rd Mike O'Leary

Team MinOffense PC 2.Holding ND 2.Slashing

Referee's signature

63

Home on ice 22,12,25,11,24

5,2,29,26

27,18,26,3,10

11,26,16,13,18 19,10,18,3,4 5,26,12,2,8 18,10,4,15,6 12,15,16,26,18 26,3,10,22,25 13,2,24,29,5 26,6,4,18,10

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian MacPhee, Conor TM Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp 3 4 6

Sh 0 1 0 2 1 6 2 4 4 3 6 1 6 3 0 1 1 1 0

+/- Bl -1 1 -1 2 -1 0 0 0 0 2 +1 0 0 2 0 0 +1 0 +2 1 +1 0 +2 1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 +1 3 +1 0 0 3 0 0

42

+5 17

# 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 15 18 19 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 33

N o tre D a m e Jordan Gross Dennis Gilbert Tory Dello Ben Ostlie Dawson Cook Anders Bjork Cal Burke Felix Holmberg Andrew Oglevie Jake Evans Mike O'Leary Andrew Peeke Luke Ripley Dylan Malmquist Cam Morrison Bobby Nardella Jack Jenkins Bo Brauer Cale Morris Chad Katunar Totals

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

A Pim 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 dnp dnp 3 6 4

Sh 4 3 5 2 1 2 3 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 2 4 2 0 35

+/- Bl -2 0 +1 2 +2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 +1 0 +1 1 -1 0 -2 3 -1 0 -2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 -5

8

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

Team

PC ND

Shots by Period 1 2 3 OT Tot PC 12 14 15 1 42 ND 13 9 10 3 35

Team

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC ND 1st 0-1 (1) 1-1 (1) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) 3rd 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) OT 0-0 (0) 0-1 (2) Total 0-2 (2) 1-3 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC ND 1st 2-4 1-2 2nd 0-0 0-0 3rd 0-0 1-2 OT 1-2 0-0 Total 3-6 2-4 Three stars: 1. Jake Evans 2. Dennis Gilbert 3. Foley, Erik Officials: Referee:Kevin Keenan Linesman:Thomas Fyrer Linesman:Ed Moberg Goal judge:Robert Shintani

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PENALTY SUMMARY PP

Prd 1st 1st 1st

Player Tory Dello Gamez, Garrett Hennessey, Robbie

Team ND PC PC

MinOffense 2.Holding 2.Tripping 2.Roughing Atw

Time 08:42 14:36 18:53

PP PP PP

Prd Player 3rd Jack Jenkins OT TM

Team MinOffense Time ND 2.Tripping 01:38 PC 2.Too Many Players On I 01:29

Providence-Hawkey, Hayden (18-9-5). Notre Dame-Cal Petersen (18-9-5).

2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

Referee's signature

FRIARS.COM

PP PP

HISTORY & RECORDS

Win-Cal Petersen (18-9-4). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (18-9-4).

Time 15:03 20:00

Vis. on ice 17,25,2,5,29

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 21 24 25 26 29 T 30

GOALTENDERS P ro vid en ce 31 Hawkey, Hayden ##

Assists Hennessey, Robbi/5 Desharnais, Vincent/1 Jake Evans/23 Jordan Gross/19 Pinho, Brian/22 Anders Bjork/24 Dennis Gilbert/19 Wilkins, Josh/16 Tory Dello/9 Dennis Gilbert/20

SEASON IN REVIEW

# 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 29 30

FACILITIES

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Providence vs #15 Notre Dame (Feb 17, 2017 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

2. 2nd 14:02 3. 3rd 00:59

COACHES & STAFF

Player Lemos, Bryan Schwartz, Jesse Thompson, Tage Tait, Ryan Desharnais, Vincent

Home on ice 22,18,9,16,24 12,15,19,16,26 5,15,12,26,2

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 13 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 28 29 31 1 30

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

Vis. on ice 28,13,5,8,23 18,17,22,5,13 8,29,2,23,24

THE FRIARS

# 2 5 8 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 TM 30

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Game 29: Providence 4, UConn 1


2016-17 Box Scores Game 33: Providence 6, UMass 2

Game 34: Providence 2, UMass 1 (OT)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Providence vs Massachusetts (02/24/17 at Amherst, Mass.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Massachusetts vs #10 Providence (Feb 25, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Providence (19-9-5, 11-7-3 HEA) vs. Massachusetts (5-26-2, 2-18-1 HEA) Date: 02/24/17 • Location: Amherst, Mass. • Arena: Mullins Center Attendance: 2248 • Start time: 7:00 pm • End time: 9:17 pm • Total time: 2:17 Prd Time 1. 1st 03:28 2. 1st 06:45

Team Scored by PC EV Kavanagh, Shane/3 PC EV Young, Spenser/2

3. 1st

07:57

PC

4. 1st

17:35

UMAS EV Chukarov, Ivan/2

Assists MacPhee, Conor/2 Foley, Erik/15 Walman, Jake/15 Tait, Ryan/4 Bjorkqvist, Kasper/4 Widmar, Joseph/4 Fryer, Callum/4 Young, Spenser/8 Pinho, Brian/23 Conway, Scott/11 Pinho, Brian/24 Pigozzi, Ray/8 Iacobellis, Steven/12 Foley, Erik/16

EV Conway, Scott/11

5. 2nd 09:50

PC

PP Walman, Jake/6

6. 2nd 14:10

PC

PP Walman, Jake/7

7. 3rd 00:33

UMAS EV Horton, Jake/3

8. 3rd 14:15

PC

EV Wilkins, Josh/11

Massachusetts (5-27-2, 2-19-1 HEA) vs. Providence (20-9-5, 12-7-3 HEA) Date: Feb 25, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2644 • Start time: 7:00 PM • End time: 9:32 PM • Total time: 2:32

Vis. on ice Home on ice 17,19,21,29,25 13,8,18,9,21 21,12,19,26,15 11,19,24,20,37 10,8,20,16,18

20,19,10,8,13

12,26,18,15,9

13,26,5,17,24

19,21,26,12,10 15,16,4,5 19,10,12,26,18 13,37,19 29,9,2,17,15

8,13,14,15,16

15,12,26,21,13 4,5,20,19,26

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 29 30

P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 dnp 6 10 6

Sh 0 0 2 1 7 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 6 3 1 3 1 1 2

# 4 5 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 24 26 37 1 29

+/- Bl -1 0 0 3 +1 1 -2 0 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 1 +2 0 +1 0 +3 1 0 0 +1 1 +1 0 0 1

35 +10

8

M assach u setts Hetnik, Marc Fryer, Callum Horton, Jake Petrella, Anthony Suter, Jack Jeszka, Griff Chukarov, Ivan Plevy, Austin Pigozzi, Ray Iacobellis, Steven Keats, Kurt Baxandall, Brenna Hildenbrand, Niko Boeing, Brett Badger, Ryan Bear, Shane Widmar, Joseph Lagesson, William Wischow, Ryan Renyard, Nic Totals

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

A Pim 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 4 14

Sh 0 4 4 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 6 2 0 2 2 4

+/- Bl -1 1 0 2 -1 1 -1 0 -1 1 -1 1 0 0 +1 0 +1 1 +1 2 +1 0 -1 0 -3 1 -3 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 -1 1

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

Team

PC UMAS

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 12 9 14 35 UMAS 3 14 14 31

Prd Time 1. 1st 04:46

Team Scored by PC EV Gamez, Garrett/3

2. 2nd 11:48

UMAS EV Pigozzi, Ray/7

3. OT 02:16

PC

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Dec

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Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC UMASS 1st 0-2 (2) 0-0 (1) 2nd 2-3 (4) 0-2 (5) 3rd 0-2 (8) 0-1 (0) Total 2-7 (14) 0-3 (6) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC UMASS 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 2-4 3-6 3rd 0-0 2-4 Total 3-6 7-14 Three stars: 1. Walman, Jake 2. Conway, Scott 3. Young, Spenser Officials: Referee:Jamie Koharski Linesman:Peter Schlittenhardt Linesman:Kevin Briganti Goal judge:Nicholas Briganti

# 4 5 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 23 24 26 37 T 29 34

Player Bear, Shane Keats, Kurt Kavanagh, Shane Pinho, Brian Baxandall, Brennan

Team MinOffense Umass 2.Tripping Umass 2.Hooking PC 2.Roughing PC 2.Cross-Checking Umass 2.Unsportsmanlike Condu

Time 12:19 13:53 18:19 06:55 08:52

PP PP PP PP PP

Prd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd

Player Baxandall, Brennan Iacobellis, Steven Kavanagh, Shane Boeing, Brett Fryer, Callum

M a s s a c h u s e tts Hetnik, Marc Fryer, Callum Horton, Jake Petrella, Anthony Suter, Jack Jeszka, Griff Chukarov, Ivan Plevy, Austin Pigozzi, Ray Iacobellis, Steven Keats, Kurt Hildenbrand, Niko Boeing, Brett Badger, Ryan Lazarus, Jonny Bear, Shane Widmar, Joseph Lagesson, William TEAM Renyard, Nic Wakaluk, Alex Totals

Home on ice 13,2,22,20,19 2,5,17,25,29

20,5,26,8,19

13,19,15,21,26

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Team MinOffense Umass 2.Hooking Umass 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Roughing Umass 2.Cross-Checking Umass 2.Interference

Time 13:05 13:30 18:02 01:31 16:17

PP PP PP PP PP

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 10 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp dnp 1 2 26

Sh 2 0 2 3 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 4 0 1 0

+/- Bl -1 1 -2 5 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 0 +1 4 0 1 +1 0 +1 1 0 0 0 3 -2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 -2 1 0 3 0 0

20

-5 23

# 2 5 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 26 29 T 1 30

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian MacPhee, Conor TM Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp dnp 2 4 8

Sh 0 2 1 4 1 2 4 2 5 3 1 9 0 0 0 0 7 1 0

+/- Bl 0 0 -1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +2 1 +1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 1 +2 1 +1 1 +1 0 +1 1 -1 1 +1 0 -1 2 0 0

42

+5 10

Wischow, Ryan EMPTY NET

3. 3rd 17:26

PC

EV Foley, Erik/15

Assists Wilkins, Josh/17 Foley, Erik/17 Foley, Erik/18 McKenzie, Kyle/5 Wilkins, Josh/18 Pinho, Brian/26

Vis. on ice 20,26,9,4,5

M a ss a c h u s e tts Hetnik, Marc Fryer, Callum Horton, Jake Petrella, Anthony Suter, Jack Jeszka, Griff Chukarov, Ivan Plevy, Austin Iacobellis, Steven Keats, Kurt Hildenbrand, Niko Boeing, Brett Badger, Ryan Lazarus, Jonny Bear, Shane Widmar, Joseph McLaughlin, Jake Lagesson, William Renyard, Nic Wakaluk, Alex Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 0 0 2

M a ssach u setts Wischow, Ryan

Dec

Sh 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 3

# 2 5 8 10 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 29 T 1 30

+/- Bl -1 1 -1 1 0 1 -1 0 -1 0 -1 0 -2 2 0 0 0 1 -2 0 0 1 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 -2 1 0 0

Home on ice 26,15,12,19,27

13,28,10,11,17 15,12,21,10,5 13,17,20,28,26 12,15,26,2,18

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G A Pim 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 dnp dnp 3 6 10

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

Team

UMAS PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UMAS 4 12 6 22 PC 12 11 12 35

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

+/- Bl +1 1 +1 1 0 0 +1 0 0 1 +3 0 0 0 +3 0 0 0 +1 0 +1 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 0 0 +2 0 +1 0 0 2 0 0

35 +15

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Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UMASS PC 1st 0-2 (1) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-1 (1) 0-0 (0) 3rd 0-2 (0) 0-1 (2) Total 0-5 (2) 0-1 (2) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UMASS PC 1st 0-0 2-4 2nd 0-0 2-4 3rd 1-2 1-2 Total 1-2 5-10 Three stars: 1. Foley, Erik 2. Wilkins, Josh 3. Hawkey, Hayden Officials: Referee:Scott Hansen Linesman:Jeff Bunyon Linesman:Tommy George Goal judge:Rob Shintani

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Player TM Rufo, Niko Walman, Jake

Team PC PC PC

MinOffense Time 2.Too Many Players On Ic 03:13 2.Charging 17:22 2.Interference 13:38

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PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Chukarov, Ivan Horton, Jake Chukarov, Ivan TM TEAM Duhaime, Brandon Iacobellis, Steven

Team MinOffense Time Umass 2.Interference 00:39 Umass 2.Interference 11:09 Umass 2.Holding 17:34 PC 2.Too Many Players On Ic 19:44 Umass 2.Too Many Players On Ic 04:09 PC 2.Slashing 07:38 Umass 2.Holding 08:28

PP PP PP PP PP PP PP

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

Player Florentino, Anthony Chukarov, Ivan Hildenbrand, Niko Duhaime, Brandon Jeszka, Griff Keats, Kurt

Team MinOffense PC 2.Hooking Umass 2.Holding Umass 2.Hooking PC 2.Holding Umass 2.Hooking Umass 10.10-Minute Misconduct

Prd Time 1. 1st 08:54

Team Scored by PC PP Conway, Scott/12

2. 2nd 02:05

PC

EV Sukumaran, Vimal/8

3. 2nd 15:04

PC

EV MacPhee, Conor/4

4. 3rd 14:13

PC

EV Wilkins, Josh/13

5. 3rd 17:18 6. 3rd 18:39

UMAS EV Pigozzi, Ray/8 PC EV Monk, Josh/3

Assists Pinho, Brian/27 Monk, Josh/16 Bryson, Jacob/17 Lemos, Bryan/8 Monk, Josh/17 Kavanagh, Shane/1 Pinho, Brian/28 Foley, Erik/19 Lagesson, Willia/6 Bjorkqvist, Kasp/6 Gamez, Garrett/5

Vis. on ice 5,4,16,15

Home on ice 10,26,12,27,19

10,21,8,37,24

22,18,24,13,16

14,11,13,17,28 29,27,25,17,5 26,20,9,4,5

15,26,12,18,16

15,16,24,8,37 17,29,25,21,5 28,13,17,11,14 27,20,10,13,19

TEAM SUMMARY # 1 4 5 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 24 26 28 37 29 34

M a s s a c h u s e tts Wischow, Ryan Hetnik, Marc Fryer, Callum Horton, Jake Petrella, Anthony Suter, Jack Jeszka, Griff Chukarov, Ivan Plevy, Austin Pigozzi, Ray Iacobellis, Steven Keats, Kurt Hildenbrand, Niko Boeing, Brett Badger, Ryan Bear, Shane Widmar, Joseph McLaughlin, Jake Lagesson, William Renyard, Nic Wakaluk, Alex Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 dnp dnp 1 1 12

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Sh 0 1 3 3 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1

# 5 8 10 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 29 30

+/- Bl 0 0 -1 2 -1 1 0 0 -1 0 -1 0 -2 0 -2 0 -2 0 +1 0 +1 0 -2 0 0 0 -1 0 -1 1 0 0 -1 0 -2 1 0 0

21 -15

P ro v id e n c e McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Conway, Scott Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Sukumaran, Vimal Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 15 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 dnp 5 10 29

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

+/- Bl 0 1 0 1 +1 1 +1 0 +2 2 +1 0 +2 1 0 0 +2 2 +1 0 +1 2 -1 2 +1 0 +1 0 0 0 +1 0 +2 1 0 1

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

Team

UMAS PC

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot UMAS 7 7 7 21 PC 8 15 12 35

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Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UMASS PC 1st 0-2 (2) 1-1 (1) 2nd 0-2 (2) 0-1 (0) 3rd 0-1 (0) 0-1 (2) Total 0-5 (4) 1-3 (3) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UMASS PC 1st 2-4 3-6 2nd 2-4 3-6 3rd 2-4 3-17 Total 6-12 9-29 Three stars: 1. Hawkey, Hayden 2. Monk, Josh 3. Pinho, Brian Officials: Referee:Tim Benedetto Linesman:John Gravallese Linesman:Marc Sullivan Goal judge:Kevin Briganti

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Officials: Referee:Kevin Keenan Linesman:Jack Millea Linesman:Chris Aughe Goal judge:Chris Millea

Massachusetts (5-29-2) vs. Providence (22-9-5) Date: Mar 04, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 2262 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:31 PM • Total time: 2:26

TEAM SUMMARY # 4 5 8 9 10 11 13 14 16 17 19 20 21 23 24 26 28 37 29 34

Three stars: 1. Gamez, Garrett 2. Wischow, Ryan 3. Hawkey, Hayden

Game 36: Providence 5, UMass 1

Massachusetts (5-28-2) vs. Providence (21-9-5) Date: Mar 03, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Schneider Arena Attendance: 1876 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:14 PM • Total time: 2:09

EV Wilkins, Josh/12

Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd UMASS PC 1st 3-6 1-2 2nd 4-8 2-4 3rd 2-12 1-2 OT 0-0 0-0 Total 9-26 4-8

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Hockey Game Box Score (Final) Massachusetts vs #10 Providence (Mar 03, 2017 at Providence, R.I.)

Team Scored by PC EV Pinho, Brian/10

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd UMASS PC 1st 0-0 (1) 0-3 (11) 2nd 0-3 (2) 0-2 (6) 3rd 0-1 (0) 0-3 (1) OT 0-0 (0) 0-0 (0) Total 0-4 (3) 0-8 (18)

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UMAS PC

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (20-9-5). Loss-Wischow, Ryan (4-18-2). PC Timeout 18:02 3rd Period

Win-Hawkey, Hayden (19-9-5). Loss-Wakaluk, Alex (0-3-0).

2. 3rd 15:20

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Vis. on ice 5,9,4,20,26 15,19,16,8,13

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Player Young, Spenser Jeszka, Griff Foley, Erik

Team MinOffense PC 2.Roughing Umass 2.High Sticking PC 2.Holding

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Team MinOffense Umass 2.Interference PC 2.Cross-Checking Umass 2.High Sticking PC 2.High Sticking PC 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Goaltender Interference PC 2.Roughing Umass 2.Roughing

Time 07:51 10:41 13:51 13:51 15:42 05:26 16:37 16:37

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Team MinOffense Umass 2.Roughing PC 2.Interference PC 2.High Sticking Umass 2.High Sticking Umass 2.Charging PC 5.Contact To The Head PC 10.Game Misconduct

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2016-17 Box Scores Game 38: Notre Dame 5, Providence 2

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Providence vs #12 Notre Dame (Mar 10, 2017 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #10 Providence vs #12 Notre Dame (Mar 11, 2017 at Notre Dame, Ind.)

Providence (22-10-5, 12-7-3) vs. Notre Dame (20-10-5, 12-6-4) Date: Mar 10, 2017 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 3933 • Start time: 7:35 PM • End time: 9:41 PM • Total time: 2:06 Prd Time 1. 1st 09:31

Team Scored by ND EV Jordan Gross/9

2. 2nd 04:24

ND

EV Jack Jenkins/6

3. 2nd 11:35

ND

EV Joe Wegwerth/7

4. 2nd 17:05

ND

EV Jake Evans/13

5. 3rd 02:11

ND

PP Andrew Oglevie/19

Assists Bo Brauer/1 Jack Jenkins/4 Bo Brauer/2 Tory Dello/11 Jordan Gross/20 Cal Petersen/2 Cam Morrison/10 Bobby Nardella/14 Anders Bjork/26 Jake Evans/24

Providence (22-11-5, 12-7-3 HEA) vs. Notre Dame (21-10-5, 12-6-4 HEA) Date: Mar 11, 2017 • Location: Notre Dame, Ind. • Arena: Compton Family Arena Attendance: 4239 • Start time: 7:05 PM • End time: 9:35 PM • Total time: 2:30

Vis. on ice Home on ice 15,26,19,18,12 3,28,29,21,4 24,13,19,11,21 28,6,29,21,3 11,24,13,5,27

21,6,28,29,27

5,21,26,20,8

18,10,26,22,27

8,2,18,20

15,10,18,26,3

TEAM SUMMARY P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Kavanagh, Shane Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 dnp dnp 0 0 10

Sh 0 2 3 1 5 1 3 2 2 3 3 4 4 7 2 0 0 1

# 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 15 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 40 32 33

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43 -20 10

G A Pim 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 dnp dnp 5 10 6

N o tre D am e Jordan Gross Dennis Gilbert Tory Dello Ben Ostlie Dawson Cook Anders Bjork Cal Burke Andrew Oglevie Jake Evans Mike O'Leary Joe Wegwerth Andrew Peeke Luke Ripley Dylan Malmquist Cam Morrison Bobby Nardella Jack Jenkins Bo Brauer Cal Petersen Cale Morris Chad Katunar Totals

Sh 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 2 5 2 2 1 0

+/- Bl +2 1 +1 4 +2 3 0 1 0 1 +1 0 0 1 0 0 +1 0 0 0 +3 0 +1 1 0 0 0 0 +1 0 +2 1 +3 4 +3 0 0 0

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PC ND

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 9 17 17 43 ND 12 9 4 25

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Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC ND 1st 0-1 (0) 0-0 (0) 2nd 0-0 (0) 0-2 (0) 3rd 0-0 (0) 1-2 (1) Total 0-1 (0) 1-4 (1) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC ND 1st 1-2 2-4 2nd 2-4 0-0 3rd 2-4 1-2 Total 5-10 3-6 Three stars: 1. Cal Petersen 2. Jake Evans 3. Jordan Gross Officials: Referee:Kevin Shea Linesman:Terence Murphy Linesman:Nick Briganti Goal judge:Rob Shintani

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Prd Time 1. 2nd 10:48 2. 2nd 12:58

Team Scored by PC EV Pinho, Brian/11 ND PP Cam Morrison/9

3. 3rd 00:21 4. 3rd 07:29

ND ND

EV Jordan Gross/10 EV Bobby Nardella/7

5. 3rd 11:18

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6. 3rd 18:55

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7. 3rd 19:38

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Player Walman, Jake Walman, Jake Rufo, Niko Bo Brauer

Team MinOffense PC 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Charging ND 2.Hooking

Time 13:40 00:53 15:36 16:19

Home on ice 3,4,6,10,18 26,18,10,15,3

12,8,16,18,2 26,15,2,11,18

3,10,4,18,26 27,15,26,10,22

P ro v id e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Gamez, Garrett Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 2 3 8

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

# 3 4 6 8 9 10 12 15 18 19 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 33

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1 0 ,1 2 ,1 6 ,1 8 ,1 1 , 25,28,15,3,4 1 5 ,1 0 ,2 6 ,2 0 ,1 9 , 25,15,4,3,28

30 -17 12

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

PC ND

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26,21,19,10,12 3,4,28,29

N o tre D a m e Jordan Gross Dennis Gilbert Tory Dello Ben Ostlie Dawson Cook Anders Bjork Felix Holmberg Andrew Oglevie Jake Evans Mike O'Leary Joe Wegwerth Andrew Peeke Luke Ripley Dylan Malmquist Cam Morrison Bobby Nardella Jack Jenkins Bo Brauer Cale Morris Chad Katunar Totals

Goals by Period 1 2 3 Tot 0 1 1 2 0 1 4 5

Team

+/- Bl +2 4 +2 0 -1 2 0 0 0 0 +1 0 0 0 +3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 6 0 0 +2 1 +2 0 +1 5 +2 0 0 0

Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC ND 1st 0-0 (0) 0-1 (1) 2nd 0-1 (2) 1-2 (4) 3rd 1-1 (1) 0-0 (0) Total 1-2 (3) 1-3 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC ND 1st 3-6 1-2 2nd 1-2 1-2 3rd 0-0 1-2 Total 4-8 3-6 Three stars: 1. Anders Bjork 2. Cam Morrison 3. Pinho, Brian Officials: Referee:Terrence Murphy Linesman:Jeff Bunyon Linesman:Nick Briganti Goal judge:Ed Moberg

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Win-Cal Petersen (20-10-5). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (22-10-5).

Player Tait, Ryan Walman, Jake Conway, Scott Cam Morrison

Team PC PC PC ND

MinOffense 2.Roughing 2.Slashing 2.Slashing 2.Roughing

Time 12:48 20:00 20:00 20:00

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Player Mike O'Leary Desharnais, Vincent Anders Bjork

Team MinOffense ND 2.Cross-Checking PC 2.Interference ND 2.Hooking

Win-Cal Petersen (21-10-5). Loss-Hawkey, Hayden (22-11-5).

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PENALTY SUMMARY

Vis. on ice 26,19,21,12,8 5,21,26,8

TEAM SUMMARY # 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 1 30

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Assists Walman, Jake/17 Jake Evans/25 Anders Bjork/27 Anders Bjork/28 Andrew Oglevie/18 Cam Morrison/11 Young, Spenser/10 Walman, Jake/18 Jack Jenkins/5 Andrew Oglevie/19 Andrew Oglevie/20 Dennis Gilbert/21

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Game 37: Notre Dame 5, Providence 0

Game 39: Harvard 3, Providence 0 FACILITIES

Hockey Game Box Score (Final) #4 Providence vs #1 Harvard (Mar 24, 2017 at Providence, R.I.) Providence (22-12-5) vs. Harvard (27-5-2) Date: Mar 24, 2017 • Location: Providence, R.I. • Arena: Dunkin Donuts Center Attendance: • Start time: 4:00 PM • End time: 6:34 PM • Total time: 2:34 Prd Time 1. 2nd 01:09

Team Scored by HARV PP Moy, Tyler

2. 2nd 17:46 3. 3rd 18:09

HARV EV Fox, Adam HARV EN Moy, Tyler

Assists Kerfoot, Alexand Fox, Adam Donato, Ryan -

Vis. on ice 20,26,5,2

Home on ice 2,14,18,77,16

8,2,5,20,25 18,16,2,17,26 26,27,20,10,12, 2,16,17,5,12

TEAM SUMMARY P ro vid e n c e Desharnais, Vince McKenzie, Kyle Tait, Ryan Duhaime, Brandon Conway, Scott Rufo, Niko Foley, Erik Wilkins, Josh Florentino, Anthon Bryson, Jacob Walman, Jake Bjorkqvist, Kasper Young, Spenser Lemos, Bryan Hennessey, Robbi Pinho, Brian Monk, Josh MacPhee, Conor Leahy, Brendan Carlson, Kris Totals

G A Pim 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 0 0 8

Sh 1 0 6 2 3 2 7 2 2 1 5 3 0 3 1 2 0 1

# 2 5 9 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 22 25 26 27 44 72 77 T 1 32

+/- Bl -1 1 -1 1 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 0 1 -1 2 0 1 -2 1 0 1 0 1 -1 0 -1 0 -1 0 0 1

41 -11 10

H arvard Moy, Tyler Anderson, Clay Esposito, Luke Pelton-Byce, Ty Marino, John Krusko, Nathan Kerfoot, Alexander Donato, Ryan Malone, Sean Fox, Adam Horton, Jake Tringale, Devin Sherman, Wiley Olson, Jacob Dombrovskiy, Vikto Floodstrand, Micha Zielonka, Phil Zerter-Gossage, L. TEAM Lee, Sihak Gornet, Cameron Totals

G A Pim 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 dnp dnp 3 3 8

Sh 3 0 2 1 1 3 2 3 0 4 2 0 1 1 2 1 2 1 0

+/- Bl +2 1 +1 2 0 1 0 0 +1 2 0 0 0 1 +2 0 +2 1 +1 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 +1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

29 +10 16

PC HARV

Shots by Period 1 2 3 Tot PC 17 13 11 41 HARV 11 12 6 29

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Power Play Goals-Att (Sh) Prd PC HARV 1st 0-0 (0) 0-0 (1) 2nd 0-2 (4) 1-2 (3) 3rd 0-2 (2) 0-2 (1) Total 0-4 (6) 1-4 (5) Penalties-Minutes by Prd Prd PC HARV 1st 1-2 0-0 2nd 1-2 2-4 3rd 2-4 2-4 Total 4-8 4-8

SEASON IN REVIEW

# 2 5 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 29 1 30

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

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Three stars: 1. None 2. None 3. None Officials: Referee:Tony Czech Linesman:Chris Perrault Linesman:Eric Froberg Goal judge:Paul Tunison

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Player Conway, Scott Tringale, Devin Wilkins, Josh Moy, Tyler

Team PC HARV PC HARV

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Time 19:26 05:17 13:47 15:05

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Player Walman, Jake Moy, Tyler Pelton-Byce, Ty Florentino, Anthony

PP PP PP PP

HISTORY & RECORDS

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Bjรถrkqvist 1 Conway 4, Walman 3 Pinho 5, BRYSON 3, Tait (1,2), MacPhee 1 Conway 5, FOLEY 7, MacPhee 2 Walman 4, Gamez 2 Conway 6, WILKINS 6, MacPhee 3 Wilkins 7 Conway 7, WILKINS 8, Hennessey 1 Sukumaran 3, Lemos 3, Young 1 Wilkins 9, FOLEY 8, Sukumaran 4, Pinho 6 Conway 8, Sukumaran 5, Bjรถrkqvist 2, DESHARNAIS 2 Tait 3, Bjรถrkqvist 3, CONWAY 9 MONK 2, Tait (4,5) Pinho 7, Duhaime 3, LEMOS 4 Foley 9, Wilkins 10, WALMAN 5 FLORENTINO (6,7,8), Duhaime 4, Foley 10 Pinho 8, SUKUMARAN (6,7), Conway 10 FOLEY (11,12,13), Pinho 9 Florentino 9 Kavanagh 2, Rufo 2, Foley 14 Kavanagh 3, Young 2, CONWAY 11, Walman (6,7), Wilkins (11) GAMEZ (3,4)

SEASON IN REVIEW

PINHO 10, Wilkins 12, Foley 15 Conway 12, SUKUMARAN 8, MacPhee 4, Wilkins 13, Monk 3 -Pinho 11,12 --

FACILITIES

Walman 1, Florentino 3 Walman 2, Pinho 3, Florentino 4, Wilkins 3 Foley 5, Conway 3, Bryson 2, Duhaime 2, WILKINS 4 Pinho 4, Desharnais 1 Florentino 5, Wilkins 5, FOLEY 6

COACHES & STAFF

11/5/16 MERRIMACK T 2-2 Hawkey/24 11/18/16 at Northeastern L 5-4 Hawkey/29 11/19/16 NORTHEASTERN W 5-4 Hawkey/21 11/25/16 at Merrimack L 5-2 Hawkey/16 11/26/16 COLGATE W 3-2 Hawkey/20 DECEMBER 12/2/16 #5/6 BOSTON UNIVERSITY L 2-1 Hawkey/16 12/3/16 at #5/6 Boston University T 2-2 (OT) Hawkey/34 12/9/16 at RIT W 5-1 Hawkey/36 12/10/16 at RIT W 3-1 Hawkey/29 12/30/16 #2 DENVER T 2-2 (OT) Hawkey/35 12/31/16 #2 DENVER W 3-1 Hawkey/21 JANUARY 1/8/17 #8 BOSTON COLLEGE L 3-1 Hawkey/33 1/10/17 at Yale W 3-1 Hawkey/13 1/13/17 #12 VERMONT L 4-3 Hawkey/10 1/14/17 #12 VERMONT W 4-1 Hawkey/25 1/20/17 at #5 UMass Lowell W 4-3 Hawkey/22 1/21/17 #5 UMASS LOWELL W 3-2 Hawkey/19 1/27/17 at New Hampshire W 3-0 Hawkey/27 1/28/17 at New Hampshire W 3-2 Hawkey/21 FEBRUARY 2/3/17 MAINE W 3-2 Hawkey/29 2/4/17 MAINE W 5-3 Hawkey/23 2/8/17 at UConn W 3-2 Hawkey/21 2/10/17 UCONN W 4-3 Hawkey/21 2/17/17 at #15 Notre Dame L 4-1 Hawkey/31 2/18/17 at #15 Notre Dame T 3-3 (OT) Hawkey/32 2/24/17 at Massachusetts W 6-2 Hawkey/29 2/25/17 MASSACHUSETTS W 2-1 (OT) Hawkey/19 MARCH 3/3/17 MASSACHUSETTS W 3-0 Hawkey/22 3/4/17 MASSACHUSETTS W 5-1 Hawkey/20 3/10/17 at #12 Notre Dame L 5-0 Hawkey/20 3/11/17 at #12 Notre Dame L 5-2 Hawkey/33 3/24/17 vs. #2 Harvard L 3-0 Hawkey/26

Foley 1, Rufo 1, Gamez 1, PINHO 1 Lemos 1 Foley 2 Conway 1, Duhaime 1, Wilkins 1 Conway 2, Kavanagh 1, Bryson 1, FOLEY 2, Wilkins 2, Florentino 1 Pinho 2 SUKUMARAN 1,2, Monk 1, Lemos 2, Foley 4, Florentino 2

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GOAL SCORERS

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DATE OPPONENT RESULT SCORE GOALIE/SAVES OCTOBER 10/7/16 MIAMI W 4-3 Hawkey/15 10/8/16 MIAMI L 2-1 Hawkey/22 10/15/16 at Holy Cross L 2-1 (OT) Hawkey/19 10/21/16 CLARKSON T 3-3 (OT) Hawkey/20 10/22/16 #12/13 ST. LAWRENCE W 6-3 Hawkey/17 10/28/16 at #8 Boston College L 3-1 Hawkey/27 10/30/16 at Brown W 6-0 Hawkey/17 NOVEMBER

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2016-17 REVIEW SITUATIONAL RECORDS Overall record........................................................22-12-5 Hockey East regular-season record.................. 12-7-3 non-conference games........................................ 10-5-2 vs. Atlantic Hockey opponents.............................2-1-0 vs. NCHC opponents................................................2-1-1 vs. ECAC Hockey opponents.................................4-1-1 vs. Big Ten opponents..............................................0-0-0 vs. Non-Conf. Hockey East opponents...............2-2-0 Home record............................................................ 13-3-3 Road record.................................................................9-7-2 Neutral...........................................................................0-2-0 Overtime games........................................................1-1-5 Lead after one period........................................... 14-2-2 Behind after one period..........................................1-4-1 Tied after one period...............................................7-6-2 Lead after two periods......................................... 16-1-2 Behind after two periods........................................0-7-1 Tied after two periods.............................................6-4-2 Scored first................................................................ 16-5-5 Opponent scored first..............................................6-7-0 Outshot their opponent...................................... 20-6-4 Are outshot..................................................................2-6-1 Shots are even............................................................0-0-0 In one-goal games....................................................9-5-0 In two-goal games....................................................4-2-0 IN A GAME WHEN... Scoring three or more goals............................... 21-2-2 Scoring four or more goals................................. 12-1-0 Scoring five or more goals.....................................7-0-0 Held under three goals......................................... 1-10-3 FRIARS vs. LEAGUE TEAMS (inc. non-League games) Boston College...........................................................0-2-0 Boston University......................................................0-1-1 Connecticut.................................................................2-0-0 Maine.............................................................................2-0-0 Massachusetts............................................................4-0-0 UMass Lowell..............................................................2-0-0 Merrimack....................................................................0-1-1 New Hampshire.........................................................2-0-0 Northeastern...............................................................1-1-0 Notre Dame.................................................................0-3-1 Vermont........................................................................1-1-0 FRIARS vs. NON-LEAGUE TEAMS Brown............................................................................1-0-0 Clarkson .......................................................................0-0-1 Colgate..........................................................................1-0-0 Denver...........................................................................1-0-1 Harvard.........................................................................0-1-0 Holy Cross ...................................................................0-1-0 Miami.............................................................................1-1-0 RIT...................................................................................2-0-0 St. Lawrence................................................................1-0-0 Yale ................................................................................1-0-0 FRIARS vs. RANKED TEAMS* #12/13 St. Lawrence.................................................1-0-0 #8 Boston College ....................................................0-2-0 #5/6 Boston University ...........................................0-1-1 #2 Denver ....................................................................1-0-1 #12 Vermont ...............................................................1-1-0 #5 UMass Lowell .......................................................2-0-0 #15 Notre Dame ........................................................0-1-1 #12 Notre Dame ........................................................0-2-0 #2 Harvard....................................................................0-1-0

FRIARS HONORS/ACCOLADES

FRIARS IN THE POLLS

Kasper Björkqvist • Hockey East Top Performer (1.23.17)

Date USCHO USA Today 9.26 10 n/a 10.3 n/a 10 10.10 11 11 10.17 15 15 10.24 14 15 10.31 15 14 11.7 17 RV 11.14 19 RV 11.21 RV RV 11.28 RV -- 12.5 RV -- 12.12 RV -- 12.19 RV -- 1.2 RV -- 1.9 RV -- 1.16 RV -- 1.23 19 RV 1.30 15 15 2.6 11 12 2.13 10 11 2.20 10 10 2.27 10 11 3.6 10 10 3.13 12 12 3.20 13 13 4.10 15 15

Jacob Bryson • Hockey East Top Performer (11.21.16) Scott Conway • Hockey East Top Performer (1.23.17) Anthony Florentino • Hockey East Top Performer (10.24.16) • Hockey East Def. Player of the Week (2.6.17) Erik Foley • Hockey East Player of the Week (2.6.17) • Hockey East Top Performer (2.13.17) Hayden Hawkey • Hockey East Top Performer (10.31.16, 1.30.17, 3.2.17) • Hockey East Def. Player of the Week (12.12.16) • Hockey East Goaltender of the Month (Dec.) Brian Pinho • Hockey East Top Performer (3.2.17) Vimal Sukumaran • 2x Hockey East Top Performer (10.31.16, 2.13.17) Jake Walman • Hockey East Top Performer (2.27.17) • First Team Hockey East All-Star (3.16.17) Josh Wilkins • 3x Hockey East Top Performer (10.10.16, 10.24.16, 11.21.16) • 2x Hockey East Rookie of the Week (1.2.17, (3.2.17) Spenser Young • Hockey East Top Performer (2.27.17)

DAYS OF THE WEEK Monday.........................................................................0-0-0 Tuesday.........................................................................1-0-0 Wednesday..................................................................1-0-0 Thursday.......................................................................0-0-0 Friday.............................................................................8-8-2 Saturday..................................................................... 11-3-3 Sunday..........................................................................1-1-0 MONTHS October.........................................................................3-3-1 November....................................................................2-2-1 December.....................................................................3-1-2 January..........................................................................6-2-0 February........................................................................6-1-1 March.............................................................................2-3-0 * - USCHO.com & USA Today rankings

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HOCKEY EAST ASSOCIATION The Hockey East Association enters its 34th season on the ice in 2017-18 as it has consistently proven as the strongest NCAA Division I college hockey conference from top to bottom, boasting the reigning NCAA National Champions and home of the two most recent Hobey Baker winners. Hockey East has seen a steady rise to prominence since its founding charter on July 11, 1983, when the possibility of an apparent Ivy League departure threatened the ECAC. In response, the athletics directors from Boston College, Boston University, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence unveiled a new Division I men’s ice hockey conference. Together, Bill Flynn of Boston College, John Simpson of Boston University, Andy Mooradian of New Hampshire, Joe Zabilski of Northeastern and Lou Lamoriello of Providence launched Hockey East with Lamoriello assuming the role of the league’s first commissioner. Later that summer, the Board of Directors added the University of Maine and the University of Lowell (now UMass Lowell). Official conference competition of the seven-team league began with the 1984-85 season. Soon after, the league expanded to nine teams with the additions of Merrimack College (1989) and the University of Massachusetts (1993). The entry of the University of Vermont for the 2005-06 season raised the conference membership to 10 teams before the University of Notre Dame was accepted as the league’s 11th member on October 5, 2011. The Fighting Irish started Hockey East play in 2013-14, the season before Hockey East’s newest program, the University of Connecticut, began play. Hockey East has set new competitive standards for college hockey success, annually compiling an impressive collective winning percentage against non-conference opponents, including a record .705 during the 2002-03 season and a .669 win percentage during the 25th anniversary season of 2008-09. Over the last 20 years, Hockey East has cemented itself as the nation’s elite college hockey league, having earned 32 of the 80 berths in the NCAA Frozen Four and boasting nine NCAA title winners: the University of Maine in 1993 and 1999, Boston University in 1995 and 2009, Boston College in 2001, 2008, 2010 and 2012 and Providence College in 2015. The recent run of Hockey East success has led to the conference winning five of the last eight national titles.

Hockey East has proven to be an equally strong presence off the ice and in the classroom. League athletes continue to demonstrate their commitment to overall excellence, as the Hockey East All-Academic Team honored a league-record 150 student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement during the 2016-2017 academic year, seven of whom achieved elite Distinguished Scholar status for qualifying for the All-Academic team in each of four seasons played. Hockey East athletes also make a positive impact on many community service programs across the region, volunteering with youth hockey associations and community service organizations. Six Hockey East athletes have received the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award, while nine others have been finalists for the honor. However, it is the quality of its individual players as leading athletes that most sets Hockey East apart from the rest. Nine Hockey East players have won the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the top player in college hockey, most recently Boston University’s Jack Eichel, the first freshman to claim the trophy since Maine’s Paul Kariya in 1993. Dozens more have been named as finalists and hundreds of other Hockey East players have moved on to play in the NHL. A total of 601 Hockey East student-athletes have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft in the 32-year history of the league, and more than 75 Hockey East alums appeared on NHL rosters in 2014-2015, while three alumni captured the 2015 Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks (Trevor van Riemsdyk – UNH, Patrick Sharp – UVM, Scott Darling – Maine). The reach of Hockey East continues to grow as new state-of-the-art facilities are constructed, increasing capacities and amenities for college hockey fans. In turn, fans have responded with over one million spectators coming out to watch Hockey East teams during the 2016-17 season for the 12th consecutive year.

In its most impressive NCAA postseason showing, Hockey East boasted three of the four Frozen Hockey East Association - Staff Four participants in 1999, as Maine triumphed over UNH, 3-2, in overtime in an All-Hockey East Commissioner...................................................................Joe Bertagna final, the second time in five seasons that had Associate Commissioner............................................Kathy Wynters occurred. Hockey East sent three teams to the Director of Communications..........................................Brian Smith of Officials............................................... Dan Schachte NCAA Tournament in 2015, marking 11 times in Coordinator Website Coordinator................................................... Dan Parkhurst the last 12 seasons that three or more Hockey Address.................................................................... 549 North Avenue East teams have qualified. Two of those squads, ............................................................................................ Wakefield, MA Boston University and Providence, clashed in the Website................................................ www.hockeyeastonline.com NCAA title game at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. 70

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W 24 19 15 12 11 11 8

L 9 11 14 21 21 22 26

T 1 4 5 1 2 1 0

PTS 49 42 35 25 24 23 16

PTS 48 43 38 23 17 16 12

1986-87 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (31-8-0) * UMass Lowell (22-12-2) Maine (24-16-2) Boston University (19-15-3) Northeastern (12-21-3) Providence (7-23-3) New Hampshire (8-27-3) * - Tournament Champion

W 26 20 19 15 11 7 5

L 6 10 12 14 18 22 24

T 0 2 1 3 3 3 3

PTS 52 42 39 33 25 17 13

1987-88 Team (Overall Record) Maine (34-8-2) Northeastern (21-13-3) * Boston University (14-17-3) UMass Lowell (20-17-2) Boston College (13-18-3) Providence (13-18-5) New Hampshire (7-20-3) * - Tournament Champion

W 20 13 11 12 10 8 6

L 4 9 12 14 14 13 18

T 2 4 3 0 2 5 2

PTS 42 30 25 24 22 21 14

1988-89 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (25-11-4) Maine (31-14-0) * Northeastern (18-16-2) Providence (22-18-2) Boston University (14-21-1) New Hampshire (12-22-0) UMass Lowell (8-24-2) * - Tournament Champion

W 16 17 13 13 10 9 4

L 6 9 11 11 15 17 21

T 4 0 2 2 1 0 1

PTS 36 34 28 28 21 18 9

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1990-91 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (27-12-0) Maine (32-9-2) Boston University (28-11-2) * Providence (22-12-2) New Hampshire (22-11-2) Merrimack (13-19-1) UMass Lowell (10-23-1) Northeastern (8-25-2) * - Tournament Champion

W 16 15 13 10 10 7 5 3

L 5 5 6 9 9 14 15 16

T 0 1 2 2 2 0 1 2

PTS 32 31 28 22 22 14 11 8

In 1991, the Friars finished in fourth place in Hockey East play and advanced to the tournament semifinals. They also qualified for the NCAA Tournament. 1991-92 Team (Overall Record) Maine (31-4-2) * New Hampshire (22-13-2) Providence (21-13-2) Boston University (22-9-4) Boston College (14-18-3) UMass Lowell (11-19-4) Northeastern (15-20-0) Merrimack (13-21-0) * - Tournament Champion

W 17 13 11 10 9 6 6 4

L 2 6 8 7 10 11 15 17

T 2 2 2 4 2 4 0 0

PTS 36 28 24 24 20 16 12 8

1992-93 Team (Overall Record) Maine (42-1-2) * Boston University (29-9-2) New Hampshire (18-17-3) UMass Lowell (20-17-2) Providence (16-16-4) Merrimack (14-20-2) Boston College (9-24-5) Northeastern (10-24-1) * - Tournament Champion

W 22 18 11 10 9 8 6 6

L 1 5 11 13 12 16 15 17

T 1 1 2 1 3 0 3 1

PTS 45 37 24 21 21 16 15 13

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T 2 3 2 1 1 2 2

PTS 30 29 26 25 20 20 12 6

SEASON IN REVIEW

L 9 11 14 22 25 25 27

T 0 1 2 3 4 2 2 0

FACILITIES

W 23 20 18 11 8 7 5

L 6 6 7 7 9 10 14 18

COACHES & STAFF

1985-86 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (26-13-3) Boston University (25-14-4) * Northeastern (20-17-2) Providence (14-24-1) Maine (11-28-1) UMass Lowell (11-29-2) New Hampshire (5-29-3) * - Tournament Champion

W 15 14 12 11 8 9 5 3

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In 1985, PC won the first HOCKEY EAST Tournament title and advanced to the NCAA Championship Tournament game.

1989-90 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (28-12-1) * Maine (33-11-2) Boston University (25-16-2) Providence (22-10-3) New Hampshire (17-17-5) Northeastern (16-19-2) UMass Lowell (13-20-2) Merrimack (10-24-1) * - Tournament Champion

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1984-85 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (28-15-2) Boston University (24-14-4) Providence (23-17-5) * New Hampshire (16-26-1) UMass Lowell (15-25-2) Northeastern (13-24-1) Maine (12-29-1) * - Tournament Champion


HOCKEY EAST STANDINGS THROUGH THE YEARS 1993-94 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (34-7-0) * UMass Lowell (25-10-5) New Hampshire (25-12-3) Northeastern (19-13-7) Providence (14-19-3) Boston College (15-16-5) Merrimack (16-19-2) Maine (6-29-1) * - Tournament Champion

W 21 14 13 10 9 7 8 3

L 3 6 9 8 13 12 14 20

T 0 4 2 6 2 5 2 1

PTS 42 32 28 26 20 19 18 7

1994-95 Team (Overall Record) Maine (32-6-6) Boston University (29-6-3) * New Hampshire (22-10-4) Northeastern (16-14-5) UMass Lowell (17-19-4) Providence (14-17-6) Merrimack (14-18-5) Boston College (11-22-2) UMass Amherst (6-28-2) * - Tournament Champion

W L T SW PTS 15 3 1 1 88 16 5 2 2 88 14 6 0 0 78 11 8 5 5 70 11 12 1 1 58 7 11 3 3 50 7 12 3 3 48 8 14 1 1 45 3 21 0 0 15

1995-96 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (30-7-3) UMass Lowell (26-10-4) Maine (26-9-4) Providence (21-15-3) * Boston College (16-17-3) New Hampshire (12-18-4) Northeastern (10-21-5) UMass Amherst (10-19-6) Merrimack (10-19-5) * - Tournament Champion

W L T SW PTS 17 5 2 1 90 16 6 2 2 85 14 6 2 0 80 12 9 3 5 66 12 10 2 1 65 8 12 4 3 49 6 13 5 3 45 4 14 6 1 36 4 18 2 0 24

1997-98 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (28-8-2) Boston College (28-9-5) * New Hampshire (25-12-1) Northeastern (21-15-2) UMass Lowell (16-17-3) Maine (17-15-4) Providence (15-18-3) Merrimack (11-26-1) UMass Amherst (6-24-3) * - Tournament Champion 1998-99 Team (Overall Record) New Hampshire (31-7-3) Maine (31-6-4) Boston College (27-12-4) * Providence (20-17-1) Boston University (14-20-3) UMass Lowell (17-19-0) UMass Amherst (12-21-2) Merrimack (11-24-1) Northeastern (11-20-3) * - Tournament Champion 1999-00 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (25-10-7) New Hampshire (23-9-6) Boston College (29-12-1) Maine (27-8-5) Providence (18-18-2) Northeastern (12-19-5) Merrimack (11-19-6) UMass Amherst (11-20-5) UMass Lowell (9-22-3) * - Tournament Champion 2000-01 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (33-8-2)* Maine (20-12-7) Providence (22-13-5) New Hampshire (21-12-6) UMass Lowell (19-16-3) Boston University (14-20-3) Northeastern (13-19-4) Merrimack (14-20-4) UMass Amherst (8-22-4) * - Tournament Champion

W 18 15 15 13 11 10 9 4 3

L 4 5 8 8 10 11 13 20 19

T 2 4 1 3 3 3 22 0 2

PTS 38 34 31 29 25 23 20 8 8

W 18 17 15 12 8 9 8 7 6

L 3 5 7 11 13 15 14 16 16

T 3 2 2 1 3 0 2 1 2

PTS 39 36 32 25 19 18 18 15 14

W 15 13 15 13 10 8 6 5 5

L 3 5 8 7 13 11 12 15 16

T 6 6 1 4 1 5 6 4 3

PTS 36 32 31 30 21 21 18 14 13

W 17 12 13 11 10 9 7 7 7

L 5 7 8 8 11 12 13 14 15

T 2 5 3 5 3 3 4 3 2

PTS 36 29 29 27 23 21 18 17 16

The 1996 Friars captured the team's second Hockey East Tournament championship. 1996-97 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (26-9-6) * New Hampshire (28-11-0) Maine (24-10-1) Providence (15-20-1) Merrimack (15-19-2) Boston College (15-19-4) UMass Lowell (15-21-2) UMass Amherst (12-23-0) Northeastern (8-25-3) * - Tournament Champion

W 16 18 16 12 11 9 9 7 3

L 4 6 7 11 11 12 14 17 19

T 4 0 1 1 2 3 1 0 2

PTS 36 36 33 25 24 21 19 14 8

The 2000-01 Friar squad made the NCAA Tournament.

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W 15 16 14 12 13 10 7 4 5

L 5 6 6 9 10 14 13 16 17

T 4 2 4 3 1 0 4 4 2

PTS 34 34 32 27 27 20 18 12 12

2003-04 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (29-9-4) Maine (33-8-3) * Massachusetts (19-12-6) New Hampshire (20-15-6) Providence (16-14-7) UMass Lowell (10-23-7) Merrimack (11-19-6) Boston University (12-17-9) Northeastern (11-16-7) * - Tournament Champion

W 17 17 12 10 7 7 6 6 5

L 4 5 9 8 11 12 12 13 13

T 3 2 3 6 6 5 6 5 6

PTS 37 36 27 26 20 19 18 17 16

2004-05 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (26-7-7) * Boston University (23-14-4) New Hampshire (26-11-5) Maine (20-13-7) UMass Lowell (20-12-4) Northeastern (15-18-5) Providence (12-21-4) Massachusetts (13-23-2) Merrimack (8-26-2) * - Tournament Champion

W 14 15 15 13 11 10 6 6 1

L 3 5 5 6 10 10 14 16 22

T 7 4 4 5 3 4 4 2 1

PTS 35 34 34 31 25 24 16 14 3

2005-06 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (26-10-4) * Boston College (26-13-3) Maine (28-12-2) New Hampshire (20-13-7) Providence (17-16-3) Vermont (18-14-6) UMass Lowell (14-20-2) Massachusetts (13-21-2) Northeastern (3-24-7) Merrimack (6-23-5) * - Tournament Champion

W 17 17 17 14 14 10 11 10 3 3

L 7 8 8 7 10 11 14 15 17 19

T 3 2 2 6 3 6 2 2 7 5

PTS 37 36 36 34 31 26 24 22 13 11

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2007-08 Team (Overall Record) New Hampshire (25-10-3) Boston University (19-17-4) Vermont (17-15-7) Boston College (25-11-8) * Providence (14-17-5) Northeastern (16-18-3) UMass Lowell (16-17-4) Massachusetts (14-16-6) Maine (13-18-3) Merrimack (12-18-4) * - Tournament Champion

W 19 15 13 11 11 12 10 9 9 6

L 5 9 9 9 11 13 13 13 15 18

T 3 3 5 7 5 2 4 3 3 3

PTS 41 33 31 29 27 26 24 23 21 15

2008-09 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (35-6-4) * Northeastern (25-12-4) New Hampshire (20-13-5) Vermont (22-12-5) UMass Lowell (20-16-12) Boston College (18-14-5) Massachusetts (16-20-3) Maine (13-22-4) Merrimack (9-21-4) Providence (7-22-5) * - Tournament Champion

W 18 18 15 15 14 11 10 7 5 4

L 5 6 8 8 11 11 14 16 19 18

T 4 3 4 4 2 5 3 4 3 5

PTS 40 39 34 34 30 27 23 17 13 13

2009-10 Team (Overall Record) New Hampshire (18-14-7) Boston College (29-10-3) * Boston University (18-17-3) Maine (19-17-3) UMass Lowell (19-16-4) Merrimack (16-19-2) Massachusetts (18-18-0) Vermont (17-15-7) Northeastern (16-16-2) Providence (10-20-4) * - Tournament Champion

W 15 16 13 13 12 12 13 9 11 5

L 6 8 12 12 11 13 14 11 14 18

T 6 3 2 2 4 2 0 7 2 4

PTS 36 35 28 28 28 26 26 25 24 14

2010-11 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (30-8-1)* New Hampshire (22-11-6) Boston University (19-12-8) Merrimack (25-10-4) Maine (17-12-7) Northeastern (14-16-8) Vermont (8-20-8) Massachusetts (6-23-6) Providence (8-18-8) UMass Lowell (5-25-4) * - Tournament Champion

W 20 17 15 16 14 10 6 5 4 4

L 6 6 6 8 8 10 14 16 16 21

T 1 4 6 3 5 7 7 6 7 2

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2002-03 Team (Overall Record) New Hampshire (28-8-6) * Boston College (24-11-4) Maine (24-10-5) Providence (19-14-3) Boston University (24-14-3) Massachusetts (19-17-1) Merrimack (12-18-6) UMass Lowell (11-20-5) Northeastern (10-21-3) * - Tournament Champion

2006-07 Team (Overall Record) W L T PTS New Hampshire (26-11-2) 18 7 2 39 Boston College (29-12-1) * 18 8 1 37 Boston University (20-10-9) 13 6 8 34 Massachusetts (21-13-5) 15 9 3 33 Maine (23-15-2) 14 12 1 29 Vermont (18-16-5) 12 10 5 29 Northeastern (13-18-5) 9 13 5 23 Providence (10-23-3) 9 15 3 21 UMass Lowell (8-21-7) 7 16 4 18 Merrimack (3-27-4) 3 22 2 8 * - Tournament Champion

SEASON IN REVIEW

PTS 37 33 33 27 24 21 19 14 8

FACILITIES

T 3 3 5 3 2 1 3 2 2

COACHES & STAFF

L 4 6 5 9 11 13 13 16 19

THE FRIARS

W 17 15 14 12 11 10 8 6 3

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2001-02 Team (Overall Record) New Hampshire (30-7-3)* Boston University (25-10-3) Maine (26-11-7) UMass Lowell (22-13-3) Northeastern (19-17-3) Boston College (18-18-2) Providence (13-20-5) Merrimack (11-23-2) Massachusetts (8-24-2) * - Tournament Champion


HOCKEY EAST STANDINGS THROUGH THE YEARS 2011-12 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (29-10-1)* UMass Lowell (23-12-1) Boston University (23-14-1) Maine (23-13-3) Merrimack (18-12-7) New Hampshire (15-19-3) Providence (14-20-4) Massachusetts (13-18-5) Northeastern (13-16-5) Vermont (6-27-1) * - Tournament Champion

W 19 17 17 15 13 11 10 9 9 3

L 7 9 9 10 9 14 14 14 14 23

T 1 1 1 2 5 2 3 4 4 1

PTS 39 35 35 32 31 24 23 22 22 7

2012-13 Team (Overall Record) UMass Lowell (28-11-2)* Boston College (22-12-4) Boston University (21-16-2) Providence (17-14-7) New Hampshire (20-12-7) Merrimack (15-17-6) Vermont (11-19-6) Maine (11-19-8) Massachusetts (12-19-3) Northeastern (9-21-4) * - Tournament Champion

W 16 15 15 13 13 13 8 7 9 5

L 9 9 10 8 8 11 13 12 16 18

T 2 3 2 6 6 3 6 8 2 4

PTS 34 33 32 32 32 29 22 22 20 14

2013-14 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (28-8-4) UMass Lowell (26-11-4)* Providence (22-11-6) New Hampshire (22-18-1) Northeastern (19-14-4) Maine (16-15-4) Vermont (20-15-3) Notre Dame (23-15-2) Boston University (10-21-4) Massachusetts (8-22-4) Merrimack (8-22-3) * - Tournament Champion

W 16 11 11 11 10 9 10 9 5 4 3

L 2 6 17 9 8 8 10 9 12 13 15

T 2 3 2 0 2 3 0 2 3 3 2

PTS 34 25 24 22 22 21 20 20 13 11 8

W 14 13 12 11 10 11 10 10 7 8 5 5

L 5 8 7 7 7 9 9 11 11 12 14 16

T 3 1 3 4 5 2 3 1 4 2 3 1

PTS 31 27 27 26 25 24 23 21 18 18 13 11

2014-15 Team (Overall Record) Boston University (28-8-5)* Providence (26-13-3)% Boston College (21-14-3) UMass Lowell (21-12-6) Notre Dame (18-19-5) Northeastern (16-16-4) Vermont (22-15-4) New Hampshire (19-19-2) Connecticut (10-19-7) Maine (14-22-3) Merrimack (16-18-4) Massachusetts (11-23-2) * - Tournament Champion % - NCAA Champion

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2015-16 Team (Overall Record) Boston College (28-8-5) Providence (27-7-4) Notre Dame (19-11-7) UMass Lowell (25-10-5) Boston University (21-13-5) Northeastern (22-14-5)* Merrimack (13-19-7) Connecticut (11-21-4) Vermont (15-22-3) New Hampshire (11-20-6) Maine (8-24-6) Massachusetts (8-24-4) * - Tournament Champion

W 15 16 15 12 12 10 5 6 6 4 5 2

L 2 3 5 6 6 8 10 12 13 12 15 16

T 5 3 2 4 4 4 7 4 3 6 2 4

PTS 35 35 32 28 28 24 17 16 15 14 12 8

2016-17 Team (Overall Record) UMass Lowell (27-11-3)* Boston University (24-12-3) Boston College (21-15-4) Notre Dame (23-12-5) Providence (22-12-5) Vermont (20-13-5) Merrimack (15-16-6) Northeastern (18-15-5) Connecticut (12-16-3) New Hampshire (15-20-5) Maine (11-21-4) Massachusetts (5-29-2) * - Tournament Champion

W 14 13 13 12 12 10 8 9 8 7 5 2

L 7 6 6 6 7 8 8 10 10 11 15 19

T 1 3 3 4 3 4 6 3 4 4 2 1

PTS 29 29 29 28 27 24 22 21 20 18 12 5

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HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 1986-87 Tournament Champion Boston College

1987-88 Tournament Champion Northeastern University

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion University of Maine

Player of the Year Chris Terreri, G Providence College

Player of the Year Scott Harlow, F Boston College

Player of the Year Brian Leetch, D Boston College

Player of the Year Mike McHugh, F University of Maine

Rookie of the Year Ken Hodge, F Boston College

Rookies of the Year Scott Young, F, Boston University Al Loring, G, Maine

Rookie of the Year Brian Leetch, D Boston College

Rookie of the Year Mario Thyer, F University of Maine

Coach of the Year Len Ceglarski Boston College

Coach of the Year Jack Parker Boston University

Coach of the Year Bill Riley, Jr. Lowell

Coach of the Year Shawn Walsh University of Maine

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

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Bruce Racine (NU) Shawn Whitham (PC) Paul Cavallini (PC) Ken Hodge (BC) Jon Morris (UL) Steve Leach (UNH) Clark Donatelli (BU)

G D D F F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Scott Gordon (BC) Scott Shaunessy (BU) Claude Lodin (NU) David Quinn (BU) Scott Harlow (BC) John Cullen (BU) Jay Heinbuck (NU) Second Team Terry Taillefer (BU) Bob Emery (BC) Paul Fitzsimmons (NU) Gord Cruickshank (PC) Doug Brown (BC) Clark Donatelli (BU)

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

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

Pos. G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Scott King (ME) Jack Capuano (ME) Brian Dowd (NU) Mike McHugh (ME) David Capuano (ME) David O'Brien (NU)

Pos. G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Matt Merten (PC) Brian Leetch (BC) Greg Brown (BC) David Capuano (ME) Randy LeBrasseur (UL) Rick Bennett (PC)

G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

FACILITIES

Pos. G D D F F F

COACHES & STAFF

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Chris Terreri (PC) Jim Averill (NU) Peter Taglianetti (PC) Tim Army (PC) Joe Cullen (BU) Rod Isbister (NU)

THE FRIARS

1985-86 Tournament Champion Boston University

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

1984-85 Tournament Champion Providence College

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HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 1988-89 Tournament Champion University of Maine

1989-90 Tournament Champion Boston College

1990-91 Tournament Champion Boston University

1991-92 Tournament Champion University of Maine

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion University of Maine

Player of the Year Greg Brown, D Boston College

Player of the Year Greg Brown, D Boston College

Player of the Year David Emma, F Boston College

Player of the Year Scott Pellerin, F University of Maine

Rookies of the Year Rob Gaudreau, F, Providence Scott Pellerin, F, University of Maine

Rookie of the Year Scott Cashman, G Boston University

Rookie of the Year Jeff Levy, G University of New Hampshire

Coach of the Year Fern Flaman Northeastern University

Coach of the Year Shawn Walsh University of Maine

Coach of the Year Richard Umile University of New Hampshire

Rookies of the Year Ian Moran, D, Boston College Chad Quenneville, F Providence College

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team David Littman (BC) Greg Brown (BC) Jim Hughes (PC) David Capuano (ME) Tim Sweeney (BC) Dave Buda (NU)

Pos. G D D F F F

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

Pos. G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Scott LaGrand (BC) Keith Carney (ME) Ted Crowley (BC) David Emma (BC) Shawn McEachern (BU) Jean-Yves Roy (ME)

Coach of the Year Jack Parker Boston University Pos. G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

Second Team Jeff Levy (UNH) G Shaun Kane (PC) D Rob Cowie (NU) D Jim Montgomery (ME) F Rob Gaudreau (PC) F Tony Amonte (BU) F

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

G D D F F F

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

G G D F F F

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

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F D D F F F

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

Pos. G D D F F

Second Team Garth Snow (ME) Chris Imes (ME) Kevin O'Sullivan (BU) Jim Montgomery (ME) Scott Morrow (UNH) Jean Ives Roy (ME)

G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

Mike Boback


HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 1995-96 Tournament Champion Providence College

Regular Season Champion University of Maine

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Player of the Year Paul Kariya, F University of Maine

Player of the Year Dwayne Roloson, G University of Massachusetts Lowell

Player of the Year Chris Imes, D University of Maine

Player of the Year Jay Pandolfo, F Boston University

Rookie of the Year Paul Kariya, F University of Maine

Rookie of the Year Greg Bullock, F University of Massachusetts Lowell

Rookie of the Year Mark Mowers, F University of New Hampshire

Rookie of the Year Marty Reasoner, F Boston College

Coach of the Year Shawn Walsh University of Maine

Coach of the Year Bruce Crowder University of Massachusetts Lowell

Coach of the Year Shawn Walsh University of Maine

Coach of the Year Bruce Crowder Northeastern University

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Dwayne Roloson (UML) Rich Brennan (BU) Francois Bouchard (NU) Shane Henry (UML) Jacques Joubert (BU) Mike Taylor (NU)

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Blair Allison (ME) Chris Imes (ME) Dan McGillis (NU) Eric Flinton (UNH) Mike Grier (BU) Chad Quenneville (PC)

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Mike Dunham (ME) Chris Imes (ME) Kevin O'Sullivan (BU) Paul Kariya (ME) Jim Montgomery (ME) David Sacco (BU)

Pos. G D D F F F

Pos. G D D F F F

Pos. G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Blair Allison (ME) Jeff Tory (ME) Dan McGillis (NU) Mark Mowers (UNH) Jay Pandolfo (BU) David Hymovitz (BC)

Pos. G D D F F F

G D D F F F

Second Team Derek Herlofsky (BU) Scott Malone (UNH) Mike Spalla (BC) J.F. Aube (NU) Greg Bullock (UML) Mike Latendresse (ME)

G D D F F F

Second Team Martin Legault (MC) Kaj Linna (BU) Jeff Tory (ME) Chris O'Sullivan (BU) Greg Bullock (UML) Jordon Shields (NU)

G D D F F F

Second Team Dan Dennis (PC) Jon Coleman (BU) Todd Hall (UNH) Chris Drury (BU) Christian Sbrocca (UML) Tim Lovell (ME)

G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

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

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Brian Regan (UMA) Jeff Tory (ME) Chris Kelleher (BU) Casey Kesselring (MC) Mark Mowers (UNH) Shawn Wansborough (ME)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Michel Larocque (BU) Brett Clark (ME) Darrel Scoville (MC) Marty Reasoner (BC) Derek Bekar (UNH) Steve Kariya (ME)

G D D F F F

FACILITIES

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

COACHES & STAFF

1994-95 Tournament Champion Boston University

THE FRIARS

1993-94 Tournament Champion Boston University

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

1992-93 Tournament Champion University of Maine

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Chad Quenneville

Chris Therien Mike Boback


HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 1996-97 Tournament Champion Boston University

1997-98 Tournament Champion Boston College

1998-99 Tournament Champion Boston College

1999-00 Tournament Champion Maine

Regular Season Champions Boston University University of New Hampshire

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Regular Season Champion University of New Hampshire

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Player of the Year Chris Drury, F Boston University

Player of the Year Jason Krog, F University of New Hampshire

Rookie of the Year Brian Gionta, F Boston College

Rookie of the Year Darren Haydar, F University of New Hampshire

Player of the Year Ty Conklin, G University of New Hampshire Mike Mottau, D Boston College

Coach of the Year Bruce Crowder Northeastern University

Coach of the Year Richard Umile University of New Hampshire

Best Defensive Forward Chris Drury Boston University

Best Defensive Defenseman Steve O'Brien Univrsity of New Hampshire

Player of the Year Chris Drury, F Boston University Rookie of the Year Greg Koehler, F University of Massachusetts Lowell Coach of the Year Richard Umile University of New Hampshire Best Defensive Forward Travis Dillabough Providence College All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Tom Noble (BU) Mike Nicholishen (UML) Jason Mansoff (ME) Mark Mowers (UNH) Jason Krog (UNH) Marty Reasoner (BC)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Martin Legault (MC) Jon Coleman (BU) Tim Murray (UNH) Chris Drury (BC) Neil Donovan (UML) Eric Boguniecki (UNH)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Sean Matile (UNH) Tom Poti (BU) Mike Mottau (BC) Greg Koehler (UML) Mike Souza (UNH) Cory Larose (ME)

G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Marc Robitaille (NU) Mike Mottau (BC) Tom Poti (BU) Chris Drury (BU) Jason Krog (UHN) Marty Reasoner (BC)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Michel Larocque (BU) Chris Kelleher (BU) Mike Nicholishen (UML) Derek Bekar (UNH) Brian Gionta (BC) Mark Mowers (UNH)

G D D F F F

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

G G D D F F F F

Travis Dillabough

Coach of the Year Jack Parker Boston University

Best Defensive Forward Doug Nolan University of Massachusetts Lowell All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Michel Larocque (BU) David Cullen (ME) Jayme Filipowicz (UNH) Brian Gionta (BC) Steve Kariya (ME) Jason Krog (UNH)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Ty Conklin (UNH) Anthony Cappelletti (UML) Mike Mottau (BC) Darren Haydar (UNH) Mike Omicioli (PC) Rejean Stringer (MC)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Ty Conklin (UNH) Jim Fahey (NU) Peter Metcalf (ME) Greg Classen (MC) Darren Haydar (UNH) Barrett Heisten (ME) Willie Levesque (NU)

G D D F F F F

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Rookie of the Year Rick DiPietro Boston University

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Best Defensive Defenseman Mike Mottau Boston College Best Defensive Forward John Sadowski University of New Hampshire All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Ty Conklin (UNH) Chris Dyment (BU) Mike Mottau (BC) Jeff Farkas (BC) Brian Gionta (BC) Cory Larose (ME)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Rick DiPietro (BU) Bobby Allen (BC) Pat Aufiero (BU) Blake Bellefeuille (BC) Darren Haydar (UNH) Mike Souza (UNH)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Rick DiPietro (BU) Ron Hainsey (UML) Freddy Meyer (BU) Anthony Aquino (MC) Brian Collins (BU) Peter Fregoe (PC) Krys Kolanos (BC)

G D D F F F F

Peter Fregoe


HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 2001-02 Tournament Champion University of New Hampshire

2002-03 Tournament Champion University of New Hampshire

2003-04 Tournament Champion Maine

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion University of New Hampshire

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Player of the Year Brian Gionta, F Boston College

Player of the Year Darren Haydar, F University of New Hampshire

Regular Season Champion University of New Hampshire Boston College

Rookie of the Year Chuck Kobasew, F Boston College

Rookie of the Year Sean Collins, F University of New Hampshire

Coach of the Year Paul Pooley Providence College

Coach of the Year Richard Umile University of New Hampshire

Best Defensive Defenseman Bobby Allen Boston College

Best Defensive Defenseman Chris Dyment Boston University

Best Defensive Forward Michael Lephart Boston College

Best Defensive Forward Mike Pandolfo Boston University

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Ty Conklin (UNH) Bobby Allen (BC) Ron Hainsey (UML) Carl Corazzini (BU) Brian Gionta (BC) Devin Rask (PC)

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Mike Morrison (ME) Jim Fahey (NU) Peter Metcalf (ME) Darren Haydar (UNH) Colin Hemingway (UNH) Tony Voce (BC)

Rookie of the Year Michel Léveillé, F Maine

Rookie of the Year Jim Howard, G Maine

Coach of the Year Jerry York Boston College

Coach of the Year Don Cahoon Massachusetts

Best Defensive Defensemen Andrew Alberts Boston College Prestin Ryan Maine

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

All-Rookie Team Joe Exter (MC) J.D. Forrest (BC) Regan Kelly (PC) Ben Eaves (BC) Chuck Kobasew (BC) Laurent Meunier (UML)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Keni Gibson (NU) Ryan Whitney (BU) Sean Collins (UNH) Brian McConnell (BU) Colin Shieds (ME) Dave Spina (BC)

G D D F F F

Second Team Joe Exter (MC) J.D. Forrest (BC) Thomas Pock (UMass) Stephen Wood (PC) Colim Hemingway (UNH) Lucas Lawson (ME) Ed McGrane (UML) All-Rookie Team Jim Howard (ME) Jekabs Redlihs (BU) Brian Schmidt (MC) Chris Collins (BC) Mike Morris (NU) David Van der Gulik (BU) Stephen Werner (UMass)

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Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Matti Kaltiainen (BC) Andrew Alberts (BC) Prestin Ryan (ME) Patrick Eaves (BC) Todd Jackson (ME) Colin Shields (ME)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Jim Healey (MC) Cleve Kinley (UML) Kevin Schaefer (BU) Brett Hemingway (UNH) Michel Léveillé (ME) Colin McDonald (PC) Jason Tejchma (UML)

G D D F F F F

Colin McDonald

HISTORY & RECORDS

Devin Rask

Pos. G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Jim Howard (ME) Thomas Pöck (UMA) Stephen Wood (PC) Steve Saviano (UNH) Ryan Shannon (BC) Tony Voce (BC)

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Second Team Michael Ayers (UNH) Chris Dyment (BU) Garrett Stafford (UNH) Niko Dimitrakos (ME) Ben Eaves (BC) Ed McGrane (UML)

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Mike Ayers (UNH) Freddy Meyer (BU) Francis Nault (ME) Ben Eaves (BC) Lanny Gare (UNH) Martin Kariya (ME)

FACILITIES

G D D F F F

Best Defensive Forward Todd Jackson Maine

Best Defensive Forward Mark Mullen Boston University

COACHES & STAFF

Best Defensive Defenseman Cliff Loya Maine

Second Team Nolan Schaefer (PC) Jim Fahey (NU) Matt Libby (PC) Anthony Aquino (MC) Chuck Kobasew (BC) Krys Kolanos (BC)

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Player of the Year Steve Saviano, F University of New Hampshire

Player of the Year Mike Ayers, G University of New Hampshire Ben Eaves, F Boston College

THE FRIARS

Pos. G D D F F F

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2000-01 Tournament Champion Boston College


HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 2004-05 Tournament Champion Boston College

2005-06 Tournament Champion Boston University

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Player of the Year Patrick Eaves, F Boston College

Player of the Year Chris Collins, F Boston College

Rookie of the Year Peter Vetri, G UMass Lowell

Rookie of the Year Brandon Yip, F Boston University

Coach of the Year Jack Parker Boston University

Coach of the Year Jack Parker Boston University

Best Defensive Defenseman Tim Judy, Northeastern

Best Defensive Defenseman Peter Harrold Boston College

Best Defensive Forward Preston Callander, New Hampshire

Best Defensive Forward Brad Zancanaro Boston University

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Keni Gibson (NU) Andrew Alberts (BC) Bryan Miller (BU) Patrick Eaves (BC) Jason Guerriero (NU) Ryan Shannon (BC)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team John Curry (BU) Bryan Schmidt (MC) Brian Yandle (UNH) Sean Collins (UNH) Mike Morris (NU) Ben Walter (UML)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Jim Howard (ME) Jekabs Redlihs (BU) Brian Schmidt (MC) Chris Collis (BC) Mike Morris (NU) David Van der Gulik (BU) Stephen Werner (UMass)

G D D F F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team John Curry (BU) Peter Harrold (BC) Dan Spang (BU) Brian Boyle (BC) Chris Collins (BC) Greg Moore (ME)

2006-07 Tournament Champion Boston College

2007-08 Tournament Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion New Hampshire

Regular Season Champion New Hampshire

Player of the Year John Curry, G Boston University

Player of the Year Kevin Regan, G New Hampshire

Rookie of the Year Teddy Purcell, F Maine

Rookie of the Year Colin Wilson, F Boston University

Coach of the Year Richard Umile New Hampshire

Coach of the Year Kevin Sneddon Vermont

Best Defensive Defenseman Sean Sullivan Boston University

Best Defensive Defenseman Joe Charlebois New Hampshire

Best Defensive Forward Joe Rooney, Boston College

Best Defensive Forward Matt Greene Boston College

Pos. G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team John Curry (BU) Sean Sullivan (BU) Matt Gilroy (BU) Brian Boyle (BC) Trevor Smith (UNH) Michel Leveille (ME)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Cory Schneider (BC) Marvin Degon (UMass) Brian Yandle (UNH) Michel Léveillé (ME) Peter McArthur (BU) Daniel Winnik (UNH)

G D D F F F

Second Team Jon Quick (UMass) Chris Murray (UNH) Mike Lundin (ME) Josh Soares (ME) Peter McArthur (BU) Nathan Gerbe (BC)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Ben Bishop (ME) Brett Motherwell (BC) Cody Wild (PC) Benn Ferriero (BC) Rob Ricci (MC) Brandon Yip (BU)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Brad Thiessen (NU) Justin Braun (UMass) Mark Fayne (PC) Teddy Purcell (ME) Chad Costello (NU) Brayden Irwin (UVM)

G D D F F F

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All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Kevin Regan (UNH) Brad Flaishans (UNH) Matt Gilroy (BU) Nathan Gerbe (BC) Bryan Ewing (BU) Pete MacArthur (BU) Mike Radja (UNH) Second Team Ben Bishop (ME) Craig Switzer (UNH) Mike Kostka (UMass) Matt Taormina (PC) Kory Falite (UML) Matt Fornataro (UNH) Joe Vitale (NU) All-Rookie Team Paul Dainton (UMass) Kevin Shattenkirk (BU) Maury Edwards (UML) Colin Wilson (BU) James Marcou (UMass) Joe Whitney (BC) James vanRiemsdyk (UNH)

Matt Taormina

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


HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 2011-12 Tournament Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Regular Season Champion New Hampshire

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Player of the Year Brad Thiessen, G Northeastern

Player of the Year Bobby Butler, F New Hampshire

Player of the Year Paul Thompson, F New Hampshire

Player of the Year Spencer Abbott, F Maine

Rookie of the Year Kieran Millan, G Boston University

Rookie of the Year Stephane Da Costa, F Merrimack College

Rookie of the Year Charlie Coyle, F Boston University

Rookie of the Year Scott Wilson, F UMass Lowell

Coach of the Year Greg Cronin, Northeastern

Coach of the Year Mark Dennehy, Merrimack College Dick Umile, New Hampshire

Coach of the Year Jerry York, Boston College

Coach of the Year Norm Bazin, UMass Lowell

Best Defensive Defenseman Louis Liotti, Northeastern

Best Defensive Defenseman Justin Braun, Massachusetts

Best Defensive Defenseman Brian Dumoulin, Boston College

Best Defensive Defenseman Brian Dumoulin, Boston College

Best Defensive Forward Joe Vitale, Northeastern

Best Defensive Forward Ben Holmstrom, UMass-Lowell

Best Defensive Forward Tanner House, Maine

Best Defensive Forward Chris Connolly, Boston University

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Brad Thiessen (NU) Matt Gilroy (BU) Maury Edwards (UML) Colin Wilson (BU) Viktor Stalberg (UVM) James Marcou (UMass)

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Brian Foster (UNH) Justin Braun (UMass) Vadnais Heights (BU) Blake Kessel (UNH) Bobby Butler (UNH) Brian Gibbons (BC) Gustav Nyquist (ME)

G D F F F F F

Second Team Carter Hutton (UML) Jeremy Dehner (UML) Jeff Dimmen (ME) Cam Atkinson (BC) Stephane Da Costa (MC) James Marcou (UMass)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Chris Rawlings (NU) Brian Dumoulin (BC) Jake Newton (NU) Max Nicastro (BU) Stephane Da Costa (MC) Chris Kreider (BC) Sebastian Stålberg (UVM)

G D D D F F F

Second Team Kieran Millan (BU) Josh Van Dyk (ME) David Warsofsky (BU) Stephane Da Costa (MC) Brian Gibbons (BC) Wade MacLeod (NE)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Dan Sullivan (ME) Anthony Bitetto (NU) Adam Clendening (BU) Bill Arnold (BC) Charlie Coyle (BU) Mike Collins (MC) Michael Pereira (UMass) Brodie Reid (NE)

G D D F F F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Joe Cannata (MC) Adam Clendening (BU) Brian Dumoulin (BC) Spencer Abbott (ME) Barry Almeida (BC) Brian Flynn (ME)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Doug Carr (UML) Garrett Noonan (BU) Karl Stollery (MC) Chris Connolly (BU) Joey Diamond (ME) Chris Kreider (BC)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Casey DeSmith (UNH) Zack Kamrass (UML) Alexx Privitera (BU) Trevor van Riemsdyk (UNH) Johnny Gaudreau (BC) Ross Mauermann (PC) Ludwig Karlsson (NU) Kyle Reynolds (UVM) Scott Wilson (UML)

G D D D F F F F F

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All-Rookie Team Kieran Millan (NU) Karl Stolery (MC) Chris Connolly (BU) Gustav Nyquist (ME) Steve Quailer (NU) Casey Wellman (UMass) David Vallorani (UML)

G D D F F F

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Pos. G D D F F F

FACILITIES

Second Team Kieran Millan (BU) Justin Braun (UMass) Kevin Shattenkirk (BU) Brock Bradford (BC) Ryan Ginand (NU) James van Riemsdyk (UNH)

Pos. G D D F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team John Muse (BC) Brian Dumoulin (BC) Blake Kessel (BC) Cam Atkinson (BC) Paul Thompson (UNH) Gustav Nyquist (ME)

COACHES & STAFF

2010-11 Tournament Champion Boston College

THE FRIARS

2009-10 Tournament Champion Boston College

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

2008-09 Tournament Champion Boston University

HISTORY & RECORDS

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HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS 2012-13 Tournament Champion UMass Lowell

2013-14 Tournament Champion UMass Lowell

2014-15 Tournament Champion Boston University

2015-16 Tournament Champion Northeastern

Regular Season Champion UMass-Lowell

Regular Season Champion Boston College

Regular Season Champion Boston University

Regular Season Champion Providence & Boston College

Player of the Year Johnny Gaudreau, F Boston College

Player of the Year Johnny Gaudreau, F Boston College

Player of the Year Jack Eichel, F Boston University

Rookie of the Year Jon Gillies, G Providence College

Rookie of the Year Mario Puskarich, F Vermont

Rookie of the Year Jack Eichel, F Boston University

Co-Players of the Year Thatcher Demko, G Boston College & Kevin Boyle, G UMass Lowell

Coach of the Year Norm Bazin, UMass Lowell

Coach of the Year Jerry York, Boston College

Coach of the Year David Quinn, Boston University

Best Defensive Defenseman Patrick Wey, Boston College

Best Defensive Defenseman Josh Manson, Northeastern

Best Defensive Defenseman Mike Paliotta Vermont

Best Defensive Forward Tim Schaller, Providence College

Co-Best Defensive Forward Ross Mauermann, Providence College Bill Arnold, Boston College

Best Defensive Forward Noel Acciari Providence College

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Jon Gillies (PC) Chad Ruhwedel (UML) Trevor van Riemsdyk (UNH) Mike Collins (MC) Johnny Gaudreau (BC) Steven Whitney (BC)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Connor Hellebuyck (UML) Jordan Heywood (MC) Patrick Wey (BC) Joseph Pendenza (UML) Evan Rodrigues (BU) Riley Wetmore (UML)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Jon Gillies (PC) Connor Hellebuyck (UML) Matt Grzelcyk (BU) Michael Matheson (BC) Danny O'Regan (BU) Kevin Roy (NU)

G G D D F F

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All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Connor Hellebuyck (UML) Ben Hutton (ME) Michael Matheson (BC) Johnny Gaudreau (BC) Kevin Hayes (BC) Devin Shore (ME)

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Clay Witt (NU) Stephen Johns (UND) Eric Knodel (UNH) Josh Manson (BU) Kevin Goumas (UNH) Chris McCarthy (UVM) Kevin Roy (NU)

G D D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Thatcher Demko (BC) Michael Kapla (UML) Steve Santini (BC) Robbie Baillargeon (BU) Vince Hinostroza (UND) Mario Puskarich (UVM) Mike Szmatula (NU)

G D D F F F F

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Jon Gillies (PC) Robbie Russo (UND) Matt Grzelcyk (BU) Jack Eichel (BU) Kevin Roy (NU) Vince Hinostroza (UND)

Coach of the Year Nate Leaman, Providence Best Defensive Defenseman Steve Santini Boston College

Pos. G D D F F F

Second Team Matt O'Connor (BU) Noah Hannifin (BC) Mike Paliotta (UVM) Danny O'Regan (BU) Evan Rodrigues (BU) Devin Shore (ME)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Cal Petersen (UND) Noah Hanifin (BC) Brandon Montour (UMASS) Alex Tuch (BC) Jack Eichel (BU) C.J. Smith (UML)

G D D F F F

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Best Defensive Forward Sam Herr Notre Dame All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Pos. Thatcher Demko (BC) G Jake Walman (PC) D Matt Grzelcyk (BU) D Ryan Fitzgerald (BC) F Mark Jankowski (PC) F Danny O'Regan (BU) F Andrew Poturalski (UNH) F Second Team Kevin Boyle (BU) Ian McCoshen (BC) Jordan Gross (UVM) Zach Aston-Reese (NU) Anders Bjork (ND) Max Letunov (UConn) Colin White (BC)

G D D F F F F

All-Rookie Team Casey Fitzgerald (BC) Charlie McAvoy (BU) Bobby Nardella (ND) Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson (BU) Max Letunov (UConn) Colin White (BC)

D D D F F F

Mark Jankowski


HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

2016-17 Tournament Champion UMass Lowell Regular Season Co-Champions UMass-Lowell Boston College Boston University Player of the Year Zach Aston-Reese, F Northeastern

THE FRIARS

Rookie of the Year Clayton Keller, F Boston University Coach of the Year Norm Bazin, UMass Lowell Best Defensive Defenseman Dennis Gilbert, Notre Dame

Second Team Jake Oettinger (BU) Michael Kapla (UML) Dylan Zink (UML) Joe Gambardella (UML) Clayton Keller (BU) Dylan Sikura (NU)

G D D F F F

All-Rookie Team Joe Woll (BC) Jake Oettinger (BU) Andrew Peeke (ND) Ross Colton (UVM) Patrick Grasso (UNH) Patrick Harper (BU) Clayton Keller (BU)

G G D F F F F

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FACILITIES

All-HOCKEY EAST First Team Cal Petersen (ND) Jake Walman (PC) Charlie McAvoy (BU) Zach Aston-Reese (NU) Anders Bjork (ND) Tyler Kelleher (UNH)

COACHES & STAFF

Best Defensive Forward Austin Cangelosi, Boston College

HISTORY & RECORDS

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FRIAR HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1984-85 • Chris Terreri - Goaltender HOCKEY EAST COACH OF THE YEAR 2015-16 • Nate Leaman HOCKEY EAST DEFENSIVE FORWARD OF THE YEAR 1996-97 • Travis Dillabough 2012-13 • Tim Schaller 2013-14 • Ross Mauermann (co) 2014-15 • Noel Acciari HOCKEY EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1988-89 • Rob Gaudreau (co) 1991-92 • Craig Darby (co) 2012-13 • Jon Gillies

LEN CEGLARSKI SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2001-02 • Jon DiSalvatore (co) 2013-14 • Ross Mauermann CHARLIE HOLT TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2008-09 • Providence College HOCKEY EAST 10th ANNIVERSARY TEAM Chris Terreri - Goaltender Rob Gaudreau - Defenseman HOCKEY EAST 25th ANNIVERSARY TEAM Top 25 Forwards Tim Army Rob Gaudreau Top-25 Defensemen and Goaltenders Chris Terreri (Top all-time goalie) Chris Therien (Honorable Mention)

HOCKEY EAST ALL-STAR TEAM 84-85 Tim Army 1st Team, F Peter Taglianetti 1st Team, D Chris Terreri 1st Team, G 85-86 Gord Cruickshank 2nd Team, F 86-87 Gord Cruickshank 2nd Team, F 88-89 Jim Hughes 1st Team, D 89-90 Mike Boback 1st Team, F Rick Bennett 2nd Team, F Jeff Serowik 2nd Team, D 90-91 Rob Gaudreau 2nd Team, F Shaun Kane 2nd Team, F 91-92 Mike Boback 1st Team, F Rob Gaudreau 1st Team, D 92-93 Chris Therien 2nd Team, D 94-95 Chad Quenneville F 95-96 Dan Dennis G 98-99 Mike Omicioli 2nd Team, F 00-01 Devin Rask 1st Team, F Matt Libby 2nd Team, D Nolan Schaefer 2nd Team, G 02-03 Stephen Wood 2nd Team, D 03-04 Stephen Wood 1st Team, D 07-08 Matt Taormina 2nd Team, D 12-13 Jon Gillies 1st Team, G 12-13 Steven Shamanski HM, D

13-14 14-15 14-15 15-16 15-16 15-16 16-17

Ross Mauermann HM, F Jon Gillies 1st Team, G Ross Mauermann HM, F Jake Walman 1st Team, D Mark Jankowski 1st Team, F Nick Ellis HM, G Jake Walman 1st Team, D

HOCKEY EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 1984-85 Paul Cavallini Shawn Whitham 1986-87 Rick Bennett Matt Merten 1988-89 Rob Gaudreau Shaun Kane 1990-91 Chris Therien 1991-92 Craig Darby 1997-98 Boyd Ballard 1999-00 Peter Fregoe 2000-01 Regan Kelly 2003-04 Colin McDonald 2005-06 Cody Wild 2006-07 Mark Fayne 2011-12 Ross Mauermann 2012-13 Jon Gillies

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

HOCKEY EAST ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1984-85 Peter Taglianetti Chris Terreri 1991-92 Rob Gaudreau 1994-95 Brady Kramer Chad Quenneville Bob Bell 1995-96 Dan Dennis Justin Gould Joe Hulbig Mike Omicioli 2000-01 Regan Kelly

D G D F F G G D F F D

HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT MVP 1984-85 Chris Terreri 1994-95 Bob Bell 1995-96 Joe Hulbig

G G F

HOCKEY EAST ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1990-91 Bob Creamer

1997-98

Jon Coe Cole Gendreau Dave Gunderson Mark Kane Troy Lake Matt Libby Ben Stadey

1998-99

Cole Gendreau Dave Gunderson Mark Kane * Troy Lake Adam Lee Matt Libby Josh MacNevin J.J. Picinic

1999-00

Boyd Ballard Cole Gendreau Dave Gunderson * Jay Leach Adam Lee Matt Libby J.J. Picinic

2000-01

Boyd Ballard Cole Gendreau * Jay Leach Matt Libby * J.J. Picinic

2001-02

Jon DiSalvatore Devin Rask Nolan Schaefer

2002-03

Nate Meyers Nolan Schaefer Shawn Weiman

2003-04

Nate Meyers Mike Robinson

2004-05

David Carpentier Jeff Mason Nate Meyers James Pemberton Tyler Sims Mike Wolfe

2005-06

Nate Meyers Bryan Horan Kyle Laughlin Bryan Horan Kyle Laughlin Trevor Ludwig Colin McDonald Jon Rheault Tyler Sims Chase Watson Matt Germain Kyle Laughlin Trevor Ludwig Kyle MacKinnon Nick Mazzolini Jon Rheault Tyler Sims Andy Balysky Ben Farrer Matt Germain

1991-92 1992-93

Bob Creamer Mark Devine Shaun Kane Bob Bell Mark Devine Ian Paskowski

1994-95

Bob Bell Dan Dennis Mike Gambino

1995-96

Mike Gambino David Green Jay Kenney Jon Coe Mark Kane Troy Lake

2006-07 2007-08

1996-97

David Green Dave Gunderson Mark Kane

2008-09

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2009-10

Paul Golden Kyle Laughlin * Kyle MacKinnon Rob Maloney Nick Mazzolini Ryan Simpson Andy Balysky Eric Baier Alex Beaudry Ben Farrer Justin Gates Matt Germain Kyle MacKinnon Robert Maloney Ian O'Connor

2010-11

Andy Balysky Matt Bergland David Brown Ben Farrer Justin Gates Matt Germain Paul Golden Jordan Kremyr Kyle MacKinnon Robert Maloney Ian O'Connor Steven Shamanski

2011-12

Andy Balysky Matt Bergland David Brown Justin Gates Daniel New Myles Harvey Kyle Murphy Chris Rooney Steven Shamanski Alex Velischek Damian Cross

2012-13

Brooks Behling Myles Harvey Steven McParland Kyle Murphy Steven Shamanski Dylan Wells

2013-14

Brooks Behling Steven Shamanski

2014-15

Brooks Behling Alex Cromwell Robbie Hennessey Ross Mauermann Steven McParland Tom Parisi Kevin Rooney

2015-16

Brooks Behling* Alex Cromwell Garrett Gamez Hayden Hawkey Robbie Hennessey Conor MacPhee Steven McParland Josh Monk Tom Parisi Nick Saracino

2016-17

Kasper Björkqvist Jacob Bryson Alex Cromwell Vincent Desharnais Garrett Gamez Hayden Hawkey Robbie Hennessey Kyle McKenzie Brian Pinho Vimal Sukumaran Spenser Young

* Distinguished Scholar (four-year member)


FRIAR HOCKEY EAST AWARD WINNERS PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY EAST ROOKIES OF THE WEEK 2001-02 1988-89 David Cacciola Rob Gaudreau (3) Mike Boback 2003-04 Chase Watson (2) 1990-91 Colin McDonald Mike Heinke (3) Chris Therien (2) 2004-05 Jon Rheault (2) 1991-92 Tyler Sims (3) Chad Quenneville (3) Craig Darby (2) 2005-06 George Breen Cody Wild Brady Kramer 2007-08 Jordan Kremyr

1993-94 Dan Dennis (2) 1995-96 Mike Omicioli (2) Troy Lake 1996-97 Fernando Pisani Doug Sheppard 1997-98 Boyd Ballard (3)

2008-09 Alex Beaudry (2) 2009-10 Alex Velischek 2011-12 Ross Mauermann 2012-13 Jon Gillies (5) Nick Saracino (2) 2013-14 Nick Ellis Niko Rufo

1999-00 Jon DiSalvatore Peter Fregoe (2)

2014-15 Brian Pinho Jake Walman

1992-93 Chad Quenneville (2) Brian Ridolfi Gary Socha

2011-12 Myles Harvey Tim Schaller (2)

2000-01 Regan Kelly

2016-17 Josh Wilkins (2)

2012-13 Derek Army Nick Saracino Tim Schaller

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY EAST PLAYERS OF THE MONTH 2002-03 1992-93 Peter Fregoe (Oct.) Brian Ridolfi Stephen Wood (Feb.) 1993-94 2005-06 Chad Quenneville (Jan.) Tyler Sims (Dec.) 1999-00 2011-12 Doug Sheppard (Nov.) Tim Schaller (Dec.) 2001-02 2015-16 Jon DiSalvatore (Jan.) Trevor Mingoia (Jan.) PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY EAST ROOKIES OF THE MONTH 1999-00 2013-14 Jon DiSalvatore (Dec.) Anthony Florentino (March)

1995-96 Dan Dennis (2) Joe Hulbig (2) 1996-97 Dan Dennis (3) Nick Sinerate

1999-00 Boyd Ballard Doug Sheppard

2014-15 Noel Acciari Trevor Mingoia Brandon Tanev 2015-16 Jake Walman Trevor Mingoia (3) Mark Jankowski Nick Ellis

2004-05 Tyler Sims (Mar.)

2016-17 Erik Foley

2005-06 Cody Wild (Dec.)

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PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY EAST GOALTENDERS OF THE MONTH 1997-98 2013-14 Boyd Ballard (Nov.) Jon Gillies (Oct. & Nov.) 2000-01 2014-15 Nolan Schaefer (Nov.) Jon Gillies (Dec. & Jan.)

HISTORY & RECORDS

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1998-99 2004-05 Boyd Ballard (2) David Cacciola 2011-12 Josh MacNevin Alex Beaudry 2005-06 1999-00 Tyler Sims (3) 2012-13 Boyd Ballard Jon Gillies (4) 2006-07 2000-01 Tyler Sims 2013-14 Boyd Ballard Jon Gillies (4) Nolan Schaefer (3) 2007-08 Matt Libby (2) Chris Mannix 2014-15 Tyler Sims Jon Gillies (5) 2001-02 Nick Ellis (1) Nolan Schaefer 2008-09 Matt Taormina 2015-16 2002-03 Nick Ellis (2) Nolan Schaefer (3) 2009-10 Alex Beaudry (3) 2016-17 2003-04 Hayden Hawkey Bobby Goepfert (2) 2010-11 Anthony Florentino David Cacciola (2) Alex Beaudry (2)

SEASON IN REVIEW

1998-99 Jerry Keefe

2013-14 Derek Army Ross Mauermann

FACILITIES

2009-10 Matt Bergland

COACHES & STAFF

1998-99 Drew Omicioli

1991-92 Mike Heinke Rob Gaudreau Chris Therien Brad Mullahy

1994-95 Brady Kramer Dennis Burke Chad Quenneville Bob Bell

THE FRIARS

1992-93 Bob Bell John Charette

2008-09 Nick Mazzolini

1993-94 Bob Bell Chad Quenneville

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY EAST PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2000-01 1984-85 J.J. Picinic Tim Army Drew Omicioli Chris Terreri (3) Marc Suderman 1985-86 2001-02 Gord Cruickshank Jon DiSalvatore Drew Omicioli 1986-87 Matt Merten 2002-03 Mark Romaine Peter Fregoe (2) Gord Cruickshank Jon DiSalvatore Nolan Schaefer 1987-88 Gord Cruickshank (2) 2003-04 Lyle Wildgoose Torry Gajda Bobby Goepfert 1988-89 Mark Romaine (2) 2004-05 John Ferguson Bill McCreary David Littman Pat Becker 2005-06 Tyler Sims 1989-90 Torry Gajda Jeff Robison Mario Aube 2006-07 Andy Mattice Jon Rheault 1990-91 2007-08 Lyle Wildgoose Matt Taormina (2) Rob Gaudreau (2) Tyler Sims Mike Boback

2002-03 2015-16 Nolan Schaefer (Nov.) Nick Ellis (Dec. & Feb.) 2007-08 2016-17 Tyler Sims (Jan.) Hayden Hawkey (Dec.) 2009-10 Alex Beaudry (Oct.)

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FRIAR HOCKEY EAST HISTORY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ALL-TIME IN THE HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT 2016-17 PC 3 ....................................... Massachusetts 0 PC 5........................................ Massachusetts 1 Notre Dame 5..................... PC 0 Notre Dame 5..................... PC 2 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

New Hampshire 6............. PC 2 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

1984-85 PC 3........................................ Northeastern 2 PC 3........................................ Northeastern 0 PC 5........................................ Boston University 2 PC 2........................................ Boston College 1 (2 OT) CHAMPIONS

1999-00 Maine 5................................. PC 3 Maine 5................................. PC 4 (OT) LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1985-86 PC 5........................................ Maine 4 PC 5........................................ Maine 2 Boston University 3.......... PC 2 Lowell 8................................ PC 5 LOST IN CONSOLATION 1986-87

2000-01 PC 6........................................ Boston University 3 Boston University 2.......... PC 1 PC 4........................................ Boston University 3 (2 OT) PC 4........................................ Maine 3 Boston College 5............... PC 3 SECOND PLACE

Maine 5................................. PC 2 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

RECORD: 37-48-1 (33 Seasons)

2001-02 Boston University 3.......... PC 2 Boston University 4.......... PC 2 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1987-88 PC 3........................................ Boston University 2 PC 6........................................ Boston University 4 Maine 6................................. PC 5 Maine 11.............................. PC 2 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

2002-03 Boston University 5.......... PC 4 (OT) Boston University 7.......... PC 1 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1988-89 PC 3........................................ Boston University 2 Boston College 6............... PC 5 (2 OT) PC 3........................................ Northeastern 2 THIRD PLACE 1989-90 PC 5........................................ New Hampshire 1 New Hampshire 2............. PC 0 New Hampshire 7............. PC 4 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

2003-04 New Hampshire 2............. PC 1 PC 4........................................ New Hampshire 3 (OT) New Hampshire 1............. PC 0 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS 2004-05 PC 4........................................ Boston University 1 Boston University 2.......... PC 0 Boston University 2.......... PC 0 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1990-91 PC 4........................................ New Hampshire 1 Boston University 7.......... PC 5 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

2005-06 New Hampshire 4............. PC 0 New Hampshire 2............. PC 1 (2 OT) LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1991-92 PC 7........................................ UMass-Lowell 0 New Hampshire 5............. PC 3 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

2006-07 New Hampshire 4............. PC 0 New Hampshire 6............. PC 0 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1992-93 UMass-Lowell 7................. PC 4 PC 3........................................ UMass-Lowell 3 (OT) LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

2007-08 Boston College 5............... PC 1 Boston College 5............... PC 1 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1993-94 Northeastern 4.................. PC 3 Northeastern 2.................. PC 1 (OT) LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

2011-12 PC 5........................................ UMass-Lowell 3 UMass-Lowell 3................. PC 2 OT PC 1........................................ UMass-Lowell 0 Boston College 4 .............. PC 2 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

1994-95 PC 3........................................ New Hampshire 2 (OT) PC 7........................................ Maine 3 Boston University 3.......... PC 2 SECOND PLACE

2012-13 PC 3........................................ New Hampshire 2 New Hampshire 4............. PC 1 PC 3........................................ New Hampshire 2 UMass-Lowell 2 ................ PC 1 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

1995-96 PC 5........................................ Boston College 2 PC 4........................................ Boston College 2 PC 5........................................ Boston University 4 PC 3........................................ Maine 2 CHAMPIONS

2013-14 PC 3........................................ Maine 1 PC 4........................................ Maine 2 New Hampshire 3............. PC 1 LOST IN SEMIFINALS

1996-97 UMass-Lowell 6................. PC 2 UMass-Lowell 6................. PC 5 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

2014-15 New Hampshire 2 ............ PC 1 (ot) PC 2........................................ New Hampshire 1 New Hampshire 2............. PC 1 (ot) LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

1997-98 Boston College 4............... PC 3 Boston College 6............... PC 3 LOST IN QUARTERFINALS

2015-16 PC 3 ....................................... Merrimack 1 PC 2........................................ Merrimack 0 UMass Lowell 2.................. PC 1 (3ot) LOST IN SEMIFINALS

1998-99 PC 8........................................ Boston University 2 Boston University 8.......... PC 2 PC 5........................................ Boston University 1

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The 2015-16 Friars finished tied for first in the Hockey East standings, marking the team's best finish ever in Hockey East action.

ALL-TIME HOCKEY EAST RECORD YEARS W-L-T .PCT GF GA FINISH 1984-85 15-14-5 .515 119 127 3rd 1985-86 11-22-1 .330 105 140 4th 1986-87 7-22-2 .260 104 156 6th 1987-88 8-13-5 .404 97 119 6th 1988-89 13-11-2 .538 106 112 3rd (tie) 1989-90 11-7-3 .595 90 69 4th 1990-91 10-9-2 .524 94 84 4th (tie) 1991-92 11-8-2 .571 99 79 3rd (tie) 1992-93 9-12-3 .438 91 109 4th (tie) 1993-94 9-13-2 .417 74 111 5th 1994-95 7-11-6 .417 102 103 6th 1995-96 12-9-3 .563 83 83 4th 1996-97 12-11-1 .521 101 88 4th 1997-98 9-13-2 .417 65 82 7th 1998-99 12-11-1 .521 90 81 4th 1999-00 10-13-1 .438 65 79 5th (tie) 2000-01 13-8-3 .604 76 71 2nd (tie) 2001-02 8-13-3 .396 68 82 7th 2002-03 12-9-3 .563 76 71 4th (tie) 2003-04 7-11-6 .417 63 66 5th 2004-05 6-14-4 .333 54 73 7th 2005-06 14-10-3 .574 78 67 5th 2006-07 9-15-3 .388 66 71 8th 2007-08 11-11-5 .500 91 99 5th 2008-09 4-18-5 .241 56 106 9th (tie) 2009-10 5-18-4 .259 46 84 10th 2010-11 4-16-7 .278 53 85 9th 2011-12 10-14-3 .426 68 89 7th 2012-13 13-8-6 .593 75 63 3rd (tie) 2013-14 11-7-2 .600 50 49 3rd 2014-15 13-8-1 .614 61 37 2nd (tie) 2015-16 16-3-3 .795 71 39 1st (tie) 2016-17 12-7-3 .614 66 57 5th Totals 334-391-105 .466 2578 2808


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AS A SERIES... The teams will vie for the 32nd Mayor's Cup at Schneider Arena on Jan. 3, 2018. Providence has claimed the Mayor's Cup in the previous two seasons. LAST SEASON... Providence got two goals from freshman Vimal Sukumaran en route to a 6-0 win over Brown at Meehan Auditorium on Oct. 30, 2016. Hayden Hawkey recorded the third shutout in Mayor's Cup history with 21 saves.

GOALIE NOTES... In 2012, then freshman Jon Gillies made 35 saves in the Friar net to record just the second shutout in Mayor's Cup history. Providence's Tyler Sims notched the other shutout with an 8-0 win on Dec. 4, 2007. In the 2012 win, Gillies' 35 saves marked just the fourth time in a Mayor's Cup game that the winning goalie made 35 or more saves.

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Series Information vs. Brown All-Time Series................................................ PC leads, 49-46-3 Mayor’s Cup..................................................... PC leads, 19-11-3 (18-10-3)* at Providence College.................................. PC leads, 28-27-2 at Brown............................................................ PC leads, 20-19-1 Neutral............................................................... PC leads, 1-0-0 Last Overtime Game.................................... 1/3/16 (at Brown 4, PC 3) Last Providence Shutout............................. 10/30/16 (6-0 at Brown) Last Brown Shutout...................................... 12/12/67 (5-0 at R.I. Aud.) First Meeting................................................... 3/1/27 (Brown 4, PC 1) Last Meeting................................................... 10/30/16 (PC 6 at Brown 0) Last Providence College Win..................... 10/30/16 (PC 6 at Brown 0) Last Brown Win............................................... 1/3/16 (at Brown 4, PC 3 - OT) * - 18-10-3 in total Mayor's Cups

Jan. 3, 2018 [at Schneider Arena]

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COACHES & STAFF

MAYOR'S CUP RESULTS Winning Losing Date Arena PC Brown Goaltender/Saves Goaltender/Saves Winning/Tying Goal

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FACILITIES

10/30/16* Meehan 6 0 Hawkey/21 - PC 1/3/16* Meehan 3 4 (OT) Ernst/31 - B 12/10/15* Schneider 4 1 Ellis/22 - PC 1/10/15* Schneider 3 5 Steel/46 - B 1/9/15* Meehan 3 2 (OT) Gillies/29 - PC 11/30/13 Schneider 3 2 Gillies/32 - PC 11/24/12 Meehan 7 0 Gillies/35 - PC 1/1/12 Schneider 2 5 Clemente/28 - B 12/7/10 Meehan 4 4 (OT) Beaudry/31 - PC 11/17/09 Schneider 4 3 Beaudry/24 - PC 12/9/08 Meehan 4 3 Gates/19 - PC 12/4/07 Schneider 8 0 Sims/18 - PC 11/26/06 Meehan 1 2 Rosen/35 - B 12/3/05 Schneider 5 1 Sims/14 - PC 1/25/05 Meehan 1 5 D'Alba/21 - B 11/25/03 Schneider 1 1 (OT) Cacciola/26 - PC 1/28/03 Meehan 3 1 Schaefer/36-PC 1/22/02 Schneider 4 3 (OT) Cacciola/29-PC 11/4/00 Meehan 1 5 Eklund/31 -B 1/18/00 Schneider 2 4 Stirling/30 - B 1/12/99 Meehan 3 2 Kane/27 - PC 1/31/98 Schneider 3 6 Stirling/31 - B 1/25/97 Meehan 2 3 Audette/27 - B 11/25/95 Schneider 5 8 Audette/25 - B 1/17/95 Meehan 6 3 Dennis/30 - PC 11/28/93 Civic Cent. 2 2 (OT) Dennis/32 - PC 11/30/92 Civic Cent. 6 4 Bell/34 - PC 12/2/91 Schneider 9 5 Mullahy/21 -PC 11/20/90 Meehan 7 1 Mullahy/18 -PC 1/23/90 Schneider 4 5 (OT) Harvey/36 - B 1/2/89 Meehan 5 2 Romaine/29 - PC 1/5/88 Schneider 9 6 Merten/4 - PC 3/1/86 Schneider 5 3 Terreri/30 - PC


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FIRST LAST OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL GAME GAME W L T PCT W L T W L T W L T 2000 2016 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1988 2013 9 2 0 .818 4 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 0 1953 2013 11 3 0 .786 6 0 0 5 3 0 0 0 0 1989 2011 7 1 0 .875 3 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1982 1992 5 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1991 1994 3 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -- -- 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1953 2014 17 7 1 .700 6 1 0 10 6 1 1 0 0 1954 2017 48 113 14 .314 24 44 11 20 65 3 4 4 0 1968 1974 5 2 0 .714 2 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1927 2016 55 107 16 .354 31 46 7 20 58 9 4 3 0 1927 1969 5 3 0 .625 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1970 2009 6 5 0 .545 1 1 0 3 4 0 2 0 0 1926 2016 49 46 3 .515 28 27 2 20 19 1 1 0 0 1971 1971 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1968 1973 1 1 0 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1953 2016 16 34 2 .327 8 11 2 4 19 0 4 4 0 1959 1967 9 3 1 .731 4 2 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 1964 2016 20 9 4 .667 10 3 2 9 5 2 0 1 0 1964 2015 7 5 3 .567 5 1 1 2 2 2 0 2 0 2002 2017 6 1 2 .778 4 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1983 1983 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1971 2015 9 9 1 .500 4 1 0 4 5 1 1 3 0 1956 1983 5 4 0 .556 3 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1953 2013 15 10 0 .600 6 4 0 7 5 0 2 1 0 1980 2016 9 6 2 .588 4 3 1 4 3 1 1 0 0 2000 2000 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1997 1997 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1954 2017 9 18 1 .339 5 8 1 4 9 0 0 1 0 1953 2016 10 2 0 .833 6 1 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 1994 1994 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2001 2002 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1992 1992 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1976 2006 5 1 0 .833 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1968 1968 1 1 0 .500 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1957 1975 3 3 0 .500 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1980 2017 50 64 7 .442 29 25 2 18 39 4 3 0 0 1954 2017 46 23 6 .653 30 10 1 16 12 5 1 0 0 1982 2017 56 47 11 .539 30 23 4 26 22 7 0 3 0 1963 1963 0 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1964 1966 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1960 2016 85 32 11 .707 51 15 4 35 17 6 1 0 1 1990 2016 7 5 3 .567 3 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 0 1964 2007 0 3 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1965 2007 3 1 0 .750 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 1971 1989 3 5 2 .400 2 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1927 1927 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1963 2001 4 13 1 .250 2 0 1 2 11 0 0 2 0 1966 2016 7 16 2 .320 3 4 2 3 9 0 1 3 0 2002 2013 6 2 0 .750 4 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1981 1981 0 0 1 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1970 1970 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2001 2015 1 2 0 .333 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1983 2011 2 2 0 .500 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1926 2017 60 89 15 .412 37 33 9 23 53 6 0 3 0 1981 2014 5 9 1 .367 3 3 0 2 6 1 0 0 0 1954 2016 83 54 17 .594 42 22 8 38 31 9 3 1 0 1984 1994 5 5 1 .500 1 1 1 4 3 0 0 1 0 1953 1975 5 1 0 .833 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1999 2017 5 8 2 .400 2 3 1 2 5 1 1 0 0 1978 2015 4 3 0 .571 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 1969 1969 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1990 1990 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Score 4-5 7- 6-1 6-4 3-5 10-6 11-3 6-1 8-2 14-1 17-6 5-6

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ALASKA-ANCHORAGE (5-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 11/2/82 Sports Center 10-2 W 11/3/82 Sports Center 8-0 W 11/24/90 Schneider Arena 5-4 W (ot) 1/4/92 Sullivan Arena 3-2 W 1/5/92 Sullivan Arena 7-3 W

L W W W L W W W W W W L

ALASKA-FAIRBANKS (3-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 1/05/91 Schneider Arena 8-2 W 1/06/91 Schneider Arena 6-3 W 12/29/93 Bradley Center 6-3 W ARMY (17-7-1, .700) Date Site 1/7/53 Smith Rink 1/29/58 Smith Rink 1/24/59 Smith Rink

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Smith Rink Boston Garden R.I. Auditorium Smith Rink Smith Rink Smith Rink Smith Rink R.I. Auditorium Smith Rink Smith Rink R.I. Auditorium Smith Rink Smith Rink R.I. Auditorium Smith Rink Smith Rink Schneider Arena Tate Rink Schneider Arena Tate Rink Tate Rink Schneider Arena

3-2 3-2 7-2 1-4 1-0 4-3 4-5 2-6 1-5 3-5 5-1 3-2 3-0 5-4 6-1 8-3 7-2 5-4 6-2 4-4 4-1 3-0

BOSTON COLLEGE (48-113-14, .314) Date Site Score 12/1/53 R.I. Auditorium 5-8 10/7/54 Boston Garden 2-4 12/27/56 Boston Arena 2-6 12/28/57 Boston Arena 2-5 1/18/58 No. Shore Sports Center 4-2 2/12/58 R.I. Auditorium 2-3 12/29/58 Boston Arena 2-7 2/10/59 R.I. Auditorium 4-6

W W W L W W (ot) L L L L W W W W W W W W W T (ot) W W

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HISTORY & RECORDS

AIC (11-3-0, .786) Date Site 1/29/53 Eastern States Coliseum 2/17/53 R.I. Auditorium 1/28/54 Eastern States Coliseum 1/27/55 Eastern States Coliseum 2/9/56 Eastern States Coliseum 1/9/57 R.I. Auditorium 1/31/57 Eastern States Coliseum 11/30/57 R.I. Auditorium 1/9/58 Eastern States Coliseum 1/8/59 Eastern States Coliseum 2/14/59 R.I. Auditorium 1/7/60 Eastern States Coliseum

ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE (7-1-0, .875) Date Site Score 12/8/89 Von Braun Civic Center 6-4 12/9/89 Von Braun Civic Center 8-1 10/27/91 Schneider Arena 8-3 11/27/93 Schneider Arena 2-4 11/12/10 Von Braun Civic Center 3-1 11/13/10 Von Braun Civic Center 4-2 11/11/11 Schneider Arena 3-0 11/12/11 Schneider Arena 4-2

1/23/60 12/27/60 2/25/61 2/7/62 2/13/63 1/25/65 2/8/64 2/18/66 1/7/67 1/6/68 1/31/69 1/27/70 1/30/71 1/28/72 1/13/73 1/3/74 10/18/96 11/14/97 2/12/99 1/14/00 12/20/13 11/25/14

SEASON IN REVIEW

Score 3-2 W 5-3 W 10-0 W 2-1 W 4-5 L 4-0 W 6-1 W 6-4 W 4-2 W 9-1 W 3-2 L

4-3 W 10-4 W

FACILITIES

AIR FORCE (9-2-0, .818) Date Site 1/2/88 Cadet Ice Arena 12/29/88 Houston Fieldhouse 1/2/93 Schneider Arena 1/3/93 Schneider Arena 1/1/94 Cadet Ice Arena 1/2/94 Cadet Ice Arena 1/6/95 Schneider Arena 1/7/95 Schneider Arena 1/5/96 Cadet Ice Arena 1/6/96 Cadet Ice Arena 12/20/13 Thompson Arena

12/21/89 Schneider Arena 10/19/13 Schneider Arena

COACHES & STAFF

Score 4-2 W 3-0 W

THE FRIARS

ACADIA (2-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 10/6/00 Schneider Arena 10/2/16 Schneider Arena

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

FIRST LAST OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL OPPONENT GAME GAME W L T PCT W L T W L T W L T PENNSYLVANIA 1968 1978 8 2 0 .800 6 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 PLATTSBURGH STATE 1988 1988 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PRINCETON 1954 2011 23 12 3 .645 10 5 1 13 6 2 0 1 0 QUEEN'S 1999 2002 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 QUINNIPIAC 2001 2014 4 2 1 .643 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 RHODE ISLAND 1953 1953 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RIT 2016 2016 2 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 R.P.I. 1953 2005 26 24 4 .519 13 6 1 13 16 3 0 2 0 ROBERT MORRIS -- -- 0 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RUTGERS 1962 1962 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SACRED HEART 2001 2012 4 0 0 1.000 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SALEM STATE 1982 1989 5 0 0 1.000 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SIMON FRASER 2015 2015 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ST. CLOUD STATE 1987 2004 3 4 0 .429 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 ST. FRANCIS XAVIER 1956 2004 2 1 0 .667 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ST. LAWRENCE 1955 2016 25 23 0 .521 13 7 0 9 16 0 3 0 0 ST. LOUIS 1972 1979 7 3 1 .682 0 0 0 7 3 1 0 0 0 ST. MARY’S 1982 1982 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ST. THOMAS 2004 2006 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SPRINGFIELD 1927 1955 4 3 0 .571 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 TORONTO 1983 1999 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 TRENT 1967 1967 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 TUFTS 1953 1960 3 3 0 .500 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 UNION 1994 2014 7 3 1 .682 5 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 U.S. INTERNATIONAL 1980 1982 4 1 0 .800 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 U.S. NATIONAL U-18 TEAM 2011 2014 1 0 1 .750 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 VERMONT 1969 2017 26 26 7 .500 11 10 6 14 14 1 1 2 0 WAYNE STATE 2004 2004 1 1 0 .500 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WESTERN MICHIGAN 1995 2001 3 2 0 .600 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 WESTERN ONTARIO 2001 2001 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WILLIAMS 1955 1956 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 WISCONSIN 1967 2006 3 9 0 .250 1 2 0 1 6 0 0 1 0 YALE 1954 2017 18 12 0 .600 9 3 0 9 9 0 0 0 0


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS 2/28/59 2/4/60 2/27/60 1/30/61 2/11/61 12/12/61 1/25/62 1/11/63 1/31/63 12/7/63 1/28/64 12/5/64 2/19/65 2/11/66 3/1/66 2/16/67 3/4/67 1/30/68 2/9/68 2/17/69 2/28/69 10/3/69 2/18/70 12/11/70 2/2/71 11/30/71 1/4/72 12/8/72 3/2/73 12/11/73 3/1/74 12/13/74 12/30/74 12/10/75 2/27/76 12/8/76 12/13/76 1/31/78 3/3/78 3/11/78 12/8/78 1/25/79 1/25/80 3/1/80 12/5/80 2/6/81 3/10/81 1/12/82 1/24/82 12/5/82 2/4/83 12/2/83 2/2/84 3/2/84 3/3/84 3/3/84 11/4/84 1/19/85 2/27/85 3/16/85 3/28/85 11/5/85 1/14/86 2/12/86 11/8/86 11/21/86 3/1/87 3/7/87 1/26/88 2/24/88 10/28/88 2/10/89 2/21/89 3/10/89 11/11/89

McHugh Forum 3-5 R.I. Auditorium 5-1 McHugh Forum 4-5 R.I. Auditorium 1-4 McHugh Forum 2-7 McHugh Forum 3-4 R.I. Auditorium 0-2 McHugh Forum 4-3 R.I. Auditorium 2-3 McHugh Forum 1-4 R.I. Auditorium 9-8 R.I. Auditorium 1-6 McHugh Forum 4-8 McHugh Forum 4-5 R.I. Auditorium 5-14 McHugh Forum 0-9 R.I. Auditorium 2-13 R.I. Auditorium 3-9 McHugh Forum 0-13 R.I. Auditorium 4-7 McHugh Forum 1-10 R.I. Auditorium 5-6 McHugh Forum 3-4 McHugh Forum 7-2 R.I. Auditorium 6-4 R.I. Auditorium 2-5 McHugh Forum 8-3 McHugh Forum 5-6 Meehan Auditorium 3-8 Schneider Arena 5-10 McHugh Forum 3-6 Schneider Arena 6-4 McHugh Forum 4-7 Schneider Arena 6-5 McHugh Forum 5-7 Schneider Arena 4-7 McHugh Forum 1-4 McHugh Forum 3-6 Schneider Arena 4-0 Boston Garden (ECAC) 2-4 McHugh Forum 2-4 Schneider Arena 7-1 McHugh Forum 1-4 Schneider Arena 6-2 Schneider Arena 3-3 McHugh Forum 5-2 McHugh Forum (ECAC) 5-2 McHugh Forum 3-5 Schneider Arena 3-5 Schneider Arena 5-1 McHugh Forum 4-2 McHugh Forum 2-1 Schneider Arena 5-2 McHugh Forum (ECAC) 3-6 McHugh Forum (ECAC) 5-3 McHugh Forum (ECAC)+ 0-1 Schneider Arena 0-5 McHugh Forum 2-5 McHugh Forum 6-4 Prov. Civic Ctr. (HE) 2-1 Joe Louis Arena (NCAA) 4-3 McHugh Forum 1-5 Schneider Arena 4-1 Schneider Arena 1-5 Bright Arena 4-5 Schneider Arena 2-6 Schneider Arena 3-9 Brown Arena 3-9 Bright Arena 3-4 Brown Arena 5-8 Schneider Arena 5-6 Schneider Arena 2-2 Kelley Rink 6-4 Kelley Rink (HE) 5-6 Schneider Arena 8-4

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1/7/90 Kelley Rink 5-6 L 2/14/90 Kelley Rink 2-6 L 11/27/90 Schneider Arena 7-8 L (ot) 12/4/90 Kelley Rink 1-4 L 2/20/91 Schneider Arena 3-2 W 12/11/91 Kelley Rink 6-3 W 12/22/91 Mariucci Arena 5-3 W 1/12/92 Schneider Arena 5-6 L 2/21/92 Kelley Rink 2-4 L 12/4/92 Kelley Rink 3-6 L 12/5/92 Schneider Arena 5-4 W (ot) 2/26/93 Kelley Rink 3-4 L 2/27/93 Schneider Arena 4-4 T (ot) 12/3/93 Schneider Arena 9-5 W 12/4/93 Kelley Rink 1-4 L 2/25/94 Schneider Arena 1-5 L 2/26/94 Kelley Rink 4-5 L 1/27/95 Conte Forum 4-5 L 1/28/95 Schneider Arena 5-7 L 2/26/95 Schneider Arena 5-2 W 11/3/95 Schneider Arena 3-3 T (ot) 11/4/95 Kelley Rink 4-3 W 2/9/96 Kelley Rink 4-1 W 3/7/96 Schneider Arena (HE) 5-2 W 3/8/96 Schneider Arena (HE) 4-2 W 11/15/96 Kelley Rink 4-4 T (ot) 11/16/96 Schneider Arena 3-4 L 2/7/97 Schneider Arena 4-2 W 1/16/98 Kelley Rink 0-6 L 1/17/98 Schneider Arena 0-8 L 2/6/98 Kelley Rink 3-3 T (ot) 3/12/98 Kelley Rink (HE) 3-4 L 3/13/98 Kelley Rink (HE) 3-6 L 1/22/99 Kelley Rink 3-0 W 1/23/99 Schneider Arena 2-5 L 2/23/99 Schneider Arena 5-5 T (ot) 1/22/00 Schneider Arena 4-3 W 1/23/00 Kelley Rink 0-6 L 2/11/00 Kelley Rink 0-8 L 1/19/01 Kelley Rink 0-4 L 1/20/01 Schneider Arena 2-4 L 2/9/01 Schneider Arena 5-3 W 3/17/01 FleetCenter (HE) 3-5 L 11/14/01 Kelley Rink 1-4 L 1/25/02 Schneider Arena 6-4 W 1/27/02 Kelley Rink 5-2 W 11/12/02 Schneider Arena 1-6 L 1/24/03 Kelley Rink 4-1 W 1/25/03 Schneider Arena 3-5 L 11/21/03 Kelley Rink 4-7 L 1/20/04 Schneider Arena 1-2 L (ot) 1/30/04 Kelley Rink 0-4 L 11/19/04 Schneider Arena 2-2 T (ot) 12/4/04 Kelley Rink 1-1 T (ot) 2/4/05 Schneider Arena 2-2 T (ot) 10/29/05 Kelley Rink 2-3 L 1/7/06 Schneider Arena 1-4 L 2/10/06 Kelley Rink 3-8 L 10/31/06 Schneider Arena 5-3 W 1/7/07 Kelley Rink 1-3 L 2/9/07 Schneider Arena 1-2 L 2/1/08 Kelley Rink 3-2 W 2/29/08 Kelley Rink 3-2 W 3/1/08 Schneider Arena 2-2 T (ot) 3/14/08 Kelley Rink (HE) 1-5 L 3/15/08 Kelley Rink (HE) 1-5 L 1/30/09 Schneider Arena 2-2 T (ot) 2/27/09 Kelley Rink 1-5 L 2/28/09 Schneider Arena 3-4 L (ot) 12/12/09 Schneider Arena 1-3 L 1/12/10 Kelley Rink 1-4 L 1/29/10 Kelley Rink 2-5 L 1/7/11 Kelley Rink 1-4 L 1/8/11 Schneider Arena 1-3 L 2/11/11 Schneider Arena 0-3 L 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY FRIARS.COM

12/6/11 Kelley Rink 2/24/12 Schneider Arena 2/25/12 Kelley Rink 3/16/12 TD Garden (HE) 12/7/12 Schneider Arena 3/1/13 Schneider Arena 3/2/13 Kelley Rink 1/10/14 Kelley Rink 1/31/14 Schneider Arena 11/29/14 Schneider Arena 1/30/15 Kelley Rink 12/29/15 Germain Arena* 1/8/16 Kelley Rink 1/9/16 Schneider Arena 10/28/16 Kelley Rink 1/8/17 Fenway Park % * - Florida College Hockey Classic + - ECAC mini-game % Frozen Fenway BOSTON STATE (5-2-0, .714) Date Site 2/20/68 R.I. Auditorium 2/15/69 Clark Athletic Center 12/18/69 R.I. Auditorium 1/10/71 Clark Athletic Center 1/6/72 Clark Athletic Center 2/13/73 Clark Athletic Center 2/23/74 Schneider Arena

1-4 0-3 0-7 2-4 3-3 2-3 5-1 5-2 2-0 1-0 3-2 2-1 7-3 4-4 3-1 3-1

L L L L T (ot) L W L L W L W L T (ot) L L

Score 3-2 7-2 3-5 6-4 7-2 3-5 8-1

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BOSTON UNIVERSITY (55-107-16, .354) Date Site Score 2/25/27 R.I. Auditorium 0-12 12/26/55 Boston Arena 3-14 1/31/56 Boston Garden 10-9 12/26/57 Boston Arena 3-7 2/19/58 Boston Arena 1-10 12/2/58 Boston Arena 4-4 12/27/58 Boston Arena 4-6 1/10/59 R.I. Auditorium 4-9 1/12/60 Boston Arena 1-2 3/2/60 R.I. Auditorium 4-6 12/3/60 R.I. Auditorium 6-7 2/28/61 Boston Arena 4-5 12/1/61 Boston Arena 3-6 2/15/62 R.I. Auditorium 6-5 3/2/63 Boston Arena 4-0 2/12/64 Boston Arena 4-3 3/4/64 R.I. Auditorium 3-1 1/11/65 Boston Arena 1-4 1/27/65 R.I. Auditorium 0-5 3/10/65 Boston Arena (ECAC) 3-5 2/4/66 R.I. Auditorium 2-6 3/5/66 Boston Arena 0-2 12/6/66 R.I. Auditorium 1-9 2/24/67 Boston Arena 3-11 2/2/68 R.I. Auditorium 2-13 3/2/68 Boston Arena 1-14 1/23/69 Boston Arena 1-12 2/13/69 R.I. Auditorium 0-7 2/6/70 R.I. Auditorium 2-8 2/28/70 Boston Arena 1-5 12/28/70 Boston Arena 1-4 1/27/71 R.I. Auditorium 1-7 2/27/71 Boston Arena 3-6 1/26/72 R.I. Auditorium 2-7 2/26/72 Boston Arena 4-6 2/9/73 Boston Arena 1-8 2/28/73 Meehan Audit. (ECAC) 3-0 12/5/73 Boston Arena 2-4 2/26/74 Schneider Arena 3-6 11/23/74 Schneider Arena 5-7 11/30/75 Brown Arena 3-5 3/5/76 Schneider Arena 2-5 11/28/76 Schneider Arena 9-3

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Score 1-4 3-1 6-3 7-4 7-1 1-4 8-3 3-5

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BOWLING GREEN (6-5-0, .545) Date Site Score 1/4/70 RPI Fieldhouse 5-2 W 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY FRIARS.COM

1/5/73 1/6/73 11/2/77 11/16/79 11/17/79 12/30/04 10/20/06 10/18/08 10/23/09 10/24/09

Falcon Arena Falcon Arena Falcon Arena Falcon Arena Falcon Arena Thompson Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Anderson Arena Anderson Arena

BROWN (49-46-3, .515) Date Site 3/1/27 R.I. Auditorium 3/11/27 R.I. Auditorium 11/21/52 R.I. Auditorium 1/5/54 R.I. Auditorium 2/2/54 R.I. Auditorium 12/13/54 R.I. Auditorium 1/31/55 R.I. Auditorium 1/7/56 R.I. Auditorium 2/21/56 R.I. Auditorium 12/11/56 R.I. Auditorium 3/6/57 R.I. Auditorium 1/7/58 R.I. Auditorium 2/25/58 R.I. Auditorium 2/18/59 R.I. Auditorium 2/25/59 R.I. Auditorium 12/2/59 R.I. Auditorium 12/28/59 Boston Arena 3/5/60 R.I. Auditorium 11/30/60 R.I. Auditorium 3/2/61 R.I. Auditorium 3/8/62 R.I. Auditorium 3/10/62 Meehan Auditorium 2/27/63 R.I. Auditorium 3/6/63 Meehan Auditorium 2/5/64 R.I. Auditorium 2/26/64 Meehan Auditorium 2/23/65 R.I. Auditorium 3/3/65 Meehan Auditorium 12/18/65 Meehan Auditorium 2/16/66 R.I. Auditorium 1/11/67 Meehan Auditorium 2/22/67 R.I. Auditorium 12/2/67 Meehan Auditorium 12/12/67 R.I. Auditorium 11/30/68 Meehan Auditorium 2/19/69 R.I. Auditorium 12/16/69 Meehan Auditorium 2/3/70 R.I. Auditorium 1/13/71 R.I. Auditorium 3/2/71 Meehan Auditorium 2/1/72 R.I. Auditorium 2/19/72 Meehan Auditorium 2/1/73 Meehan Auditorium 2/17/73 Meehan Auditorium 1/10/74 Schneider Arena 2/20/74 Meehan Auditorium 1/7/75 Meehan Auditorium 1/26/75 Schneider Arena 1/7/76 Meehan Auditorium 2/25/76 Schneider Arena 1/13/77 Schneider Arena 12/1/77 Meehan Auditorium 1/4/78 Meehan Auditorium 1/15/78 Schneider Arena 1/10/79 Schneider Arena 2/3/79 Meehan Auditorium 12/29/79 Meehan Auditorium 1/10/80 Schneider Arena 1/26/81 Schneider Arena 2/18/81 Meehan Auditorium 2/16/82 Schneider Arena 2/11/83 Meehan Auditorium

9-6 3-5 4-5 3-5 2-3 3-2 2-4 4-3 8-2 3-1

W L L L L W L W W W

Score 1-4 L 1-3 L 4-12 L 3-7 L 1-9 L 5-2 W 5-10 L 3-7 L 2-7 L 4-2 W 13-6 W 3-7 L 5-2 W 3-4 L 1-4 L 8-2 W 2-1 W 6-3 W 5-1 W 9-0 W 4-1 W 9-5 W 2-4 L 2-4 L 7-6 W 5-3 W 3-5 L 4-7 L 1-3 L 3-6 L 1-7 L 1-9 L 0-9 L 0-5 L 2-3 L 4-2 W 5-3 W 2-4 L 9-4 W 1-5 L 5-6 L 3-2 W 3-5 L 4-5 L 6-1 W 2-7 L 5-8 L 9-1 W 9-6 W 2-4 L 7-4 W 3-5 L 4-2 W 5-7 L 3-5 L 7-5 W 4-2 W 2-8 L 7-4 W 9-4 W 8-4 W 7-4 W

HISTORY & RECORDS

BOWDOIN (5-3-0, .625) Date Site 1/21/27 R.I. Auditorium 2/24/62 R.I. Auditorium 2/9/63 Dayton Arena 1/9/65 Dayton Arena 1/8/66 R.I. Auditorium 1/14/67 Dayton Arena 1/29/67 R.I. Auditorium 2/22/69 Dayton Arena

5-2 3-4 4-4 4-3 5-5 6-3 1-2 4-3 5-5 2-5 2-4 2-3 2-4 3-2 5-4 3-3 4-5 1-7 4-6 2-0 2-1 2-3 2-3 2-4 4-1 0-2 0-2 2-2 4-1 5-1 0-1 2-4 1-5 2-5 0-6 0-2 4-2 2-8 0-3 3-1 5-4 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-1 5-3 1-6 0-8 2-4 2-3 3-3 4-3 3-1 4-1 2-1 4-3 1-1 3-3 2-1 2-2

SEASON IN REVIEW

2/18/00 2/19/00 10/28/00 2/16/01 2/17/01 3/9/01 3/10/01 3/11/01 1/11/02 2/22/02 2/23/02 3/8/02 3/9/02 1/9/03 2/21/03 2/22/03 3/7/03 3/8/03 10/24/03 2/6/04 2/14/04 10/22/04 1/29/05 2/11/05 3/11/05 3/12/05 3/13/05 11/18/05 12/8/05 1/6/06 11/17/06 12/08/06 1/5/07 11/1/07 3/6/08 3/8/08 1/13/09 3/6/09 3/8/09 1/15/10 2/19/10 2/20/10 10/23/10 2/18/11 2/19/11 10/14/11 1/20/12 1/21/12 10/13/12 1/25/13 1/26/13 11/1/13 11/2/13 10/31/14 11/1/14 4/11/15 11/13/15 11/14/15 12/2/16 12/3/16

FACILITIES

W L L W L L L L W L W W W W (ot) L W W L T (ot) W W L L L L W T (ot) L (ot) L (ot) W (ot) L W W W L W W W W T (ot) W T (ot) L L L W L T (ot) T (ot) L L W L L L W L L L L (ot) L W L L L L L L W W W W L W L

COACHES & STAFF

6-4 2-4 2-4 5-1 3-5 2-3 4-5 0-3 3-2 1-8 3-2 5-3 5-2 3-2 3-4 5-3 3-0 3-7 3-3 3-2 5-2 3-4 2-4 0-2 2-3 6-3 4-4 2-3 6-7 7-6 4-6 5-2 3-2 6-4 3-12 4-2 6-4 3-2 3-1 1-1 4-3 3-3 2-6 5-9 5-7 8-5 2-6 3-3 5-5 2-7 6-12 5-4 0-4 1-6 2-9 8-1 3-6 2-3 1-3 4-5 1-8 5-4 1-4 6-8 2-6 0-1 1-5 2-3 5-4 6-4 6-3 8-2 2-8 5-1 2-3

THE FRIARS

Brown Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Boston Garden (ECAC) Schneider Arena (NCAA) Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Prov. Civic Ctr. (HE) Schneider Arena Brown Arena Brown Arena Prov. Civic Ctr. (HE) Schneider Arena Brown Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena (HE) Brown Arena (HE) Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Brown Arena Boston Garden (HE) Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Boston Garden (HE) Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena FleetCenter (HE) Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Brown Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Brown Arena

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

3/5/77 11/27/77 2/4/78 3/10/78 3/19/78 11/26/78 2/9/79 11/25/79 2/8/80 11/29/80 2/15/81 11/29/81 1/19/82 11/28/82 2/23/83 11/27/83 2/24/84 2/11/84 2/7/85 2/19/85 3/15/85 10/29/85 12/10/85 2/22/86 3/14/86 11/25/86 11/29/86 2/12/87 2/15/87 11/21/87 1/29/88 2/20/88 3/4/88 3/5/88 11/8/88 2/3/89 2/18/89 3/3/89 12/5/89 1/20/90 2/21/90 11/9/90 12/8/90 2/16/91 3/8/91 11/22/91 2/7/92 2/22/92 1/8/93 1/9/93 3/5/93 1/8/94 3/4/94 3/5/94 1/10/95 2/17/95 2/18/95 3/18/95 2/2/96 2/16/96 2/17/96 3/15/96 11/8/96 11/9/96 1/31/97 1/10/98 2/20/98 2/21/98 10/30/98 10/31/98 2/13/99 3/12/99 3/13/99 3/14/99 10/30/99


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS 2/12/83 2/8/84 1/9/85 3/1/86 1/5/88 1/2/89 1/23/90 11/20/90 12/2/91 11/30/92 11/28/93 1/17/95 11/25/95 1/25/97 1/31/98 1/12/99 1/18/00 11/4/00 1/22/02 1/28/03 11/25/03 1/22/05 12/3/05 11/26/06 12/4/07 12/9/08 11/17/09 12/7/10 1/1/12 11/24/12 11/30/13 1/9/15 1/10/15 12/10/15 1/3/16 10/30/16

Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Providence Civic Ctr. Providence Civic Ctr. Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Meehan Auditorium Meehan Auditorium

8-0 5-2 3-4 5-3 9-6 5-2 4-5 7-1 9-5 6-4 2-2 6-3 5-8 2-3 3-6 3-2 2-4 1-5 4-3 3-1 1-1 1-5 5-1 1-2 8-0 4-3 4-3 4-4 2-5 7-0 3-2 3-2 5-3 4-1 4-3 6-0

3/8/77 Walker Arena (ECAC) 11/18/77 Walker Arena 1/6/79 Ingalls Rink 1/14/79 Schneider Arena 2/1/80 Schneider Arena 3/15/80 Boston Garden (ECAC) 1/19/81 Walker Arena 3/13/81 Boston Garden (ECAC) 1/16/82 Schneider Arena 1/15/83 Walker Arena 2/19/84 Schneider Arena 12/29/92 Houston Fieldhouse 1/15/94 Cheel Arena 1/13/95 Schneider Arena 1/14/95 Schneider Arena 12/29/95 Houston Fieldhouse 1/13/96 Cheel Arena 11/24/01 Schneider Arena 11/29/02 Cheel Arena 12/27/03 Dunkin' Donuts Ctr. 10/8/04 Schneider Arena 10/14/05 Cheel Arena 10/13/06 Schneider Arena 10/13/07 Cheel Arena 10/21/16 Schneider Arena COLBY (9-3-1, .731) Date Site 2/21/59 Alfond Arena 2/20/60 Alfond Arena 12/14/60 RI Auditorium 12/5/61 Alfond Arena 1/31/62 RI Auditorium 1/23/63 RI Auditorium 2/8/63 Alfond Arena 11/30/63 RI Auditorium 1/26/64 Alfond Arena 1/23/65 Alfond Arena 2/13/65 RI Auditorium 1/15/66 Alfond Arena 2/18/67 RI Auditorium

W W L W W W L (ot) W W W T (ot) W L L L W L L W (ot) W T (ot) L W L W W W T (ot) L W W W (ot) L W L (ot) W

CALGARY (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 11/27/70 Duluth Arena

Score 3-6 L

CARLETON (1-1-0, .500) Date Site 12/30/67 Meehan Arena 12/30/72 RPI Fieldhouse

Score 2-3 L 8-1 W

CLARKSON (16-34-2, .327) Date Site 2/25/53 Clarkson Arena 2/26/55 Clarkson Arena 2/27/56 Clarkson Arena 1/4/57 Clarkson Arena 2/3/58 Clarkson Arena 2/5/58 RI Auditorium 1/15/59 Clarkson Arena 12/16/60 RI Auditorium 1/13/62 Clarkson Arena 3/6/62 Clarkson Arena (ECAC) 2/6/63 RI Auditorium 2/22/64 Clarkson Arena 3/13/64 Boston Arena (ECAC) 12/23/64 Madison Square Garden 2/10/65 RI Auditorium 2/25/66 Clarkson Arena 2/14/67 RI Auditorium 2/24/68 Clarkson Arena 3/1/69 RI Auditorium 1/30/70 Clarkson Arena 2/6/71 RI Auditorium 2/5/72 Clarkson Arena 2/3/73 Meehan Auditorium 2/1/74 Clarkson Arena 1/31/75 Schneider Arena 1/31/76 Rochester War Memorial 2/12/77 Schneider Arena

Score 4-7 4-3 3-8 2-7 1-9 2-10 3-5 2-7 1-9 3-6 1-1 6-4 6-5 3-9 6-1 1-4 4-5 3-11 3-6 6-11 2-4 4-3 3-2 2-6 7-1 3-6 2-4

COLGATE (20-9-4, .667) Date Site 3/10/64 RI Auditorium (ECAC) 3/6/65 Starr Rink 12/10/65 Starr Rink 1/4/67 RI Auditorium 12/8/67 Starr Rink 1/10/69 RI Auditorium 1/9/70 Starr Rink 2/26/71 RI Auditorium 1/14/72 Starr Rink 11/30/73 Schneider Arena 12/8/73 Starr Rink 1/3/75 Starr Rink 2/21/75 Starr Rink 11/19/75 Starr Rink 2/7/76 Schneider Arena 2/4/77 Schneider Arena 2/20/77 Starr Rink 2/22/78 Schneider Arena 11/14/78 Starr Rink 12/9/79 Schneider Arena 3/11/80 Schneider Arena (ECAC) 1/9/81 Starr Rink 3/1/82 Schneider Arena 2/26/83 Starr Rink 1/31/84 Schneider Arena 11/2/96 Starr Rink 12/28/96 Onondaga Coliseum 1/4/98 Schneider Arena 12/21/05 Schneider Arena 12/9/14 Schneider Arena

L W L L L L L L L L T (ot) W W L W L L L L L L W W L W L L

92

3-6 6-10 2-7 3-1 5-2 6-5 3-8 4-3 5-6 4-3 3-8 4-3 4-6 3-6 6-7 3-4 4-5 4-2 0-4 4-3 4-2 3-5 1-6 0-2 3-3

L L L W W W L W L W L W (ot) L L L L L W L W W L L L T (ot)

Score 3-1 1-5 5-4 3-3 5-8 8-4 6-2 5-2 2-1 4-3 7-3 10-2 4-2

W L W T (ot) L W W W W W W W W

Score 3-2 4-3 2-6 1-10 1-8 2-4 2-2 8-2 6-3 6-2 5-5 8-3 11-2 8-6 12-1 8-3 7-3 3-3 8-4 8-3 8-3 4-5 7-3 2-6 3-3 3-6 2-6 2-3 7-1 4-3

W W L L L L T (ot) W W W T (ot) W W W W W W T (ot) W W W L W L T L L L W W

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10/30/15 Starr Rink 10/31/15 Starr Rink 11/26/16 Schneider Arena

7-2 4-3 3-2

W W W

COLORADO COLLEGE (7-5-3, .567) Date Site Score 1/3/64 Meehan Auditorium 5-8 1/1/65 Meehan Auditorium 3-5 11/23/84 Schneider Arena 3-4 11/24/84 Schneider Arena 10-1 11/15/85 Broadmoor World Arena 2-3 11/16/85 Broadmoor World Arena 7-5 1/2/87 Schneider Arena 2-1 1/16/88 Broadmoor World Arena 3-7 1/6/89 Schneider Arena 4-4 11/26/99 Schneider Arena 5-4 11/24/00 Broadmoor World Arena 1-1 1/17/14 World Arena 2-2 1/18/14 World Arena 7-2 1/3/15 Schneider Arena 5-4 1/4/15 Schneider Arena 5-3

L L L W L W W L T (ot) W T (ot) T (ot) W W (ot) W

CONNECTICUT (6-1-2, .778) Date Site 1/18/02 Schneider Arena 1/25/05 Schneider Arena 2/11/14 Schneider Arena 2/4/15 XL Center 2/5/15 Schneider Arena 2/12/16 Schneider Arena 2/13/16 XL Center 2/8/17 XL Center 2/10/17 Schneider Arena

Score 2-2 4-3 3-2 2-2 10-1 4-0 3-2 4-1 4-3

T (ot) W L T W W W W W

CONCORDIA (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 10/26/83 Schneider Arena

Score 2-3 L

CORNELL (9-9-1, .500) Date Site 3/9/71 Lynah Rink (ECAC) 3/7/72 Lynah Rink (ECAC) 1/7/78 Lynah Rink 3/7/78 Lynah Rink (ECAC) 2/18/79 Schneider Arena 3/5/79 Lynah Rink (ECAC) 3/5/80 Lynah Rink 3/14/80 Boston Garden (ECAC) 2/24/81 Schneider Arena 3/14/81 Boston Garden (ECAC) 11/24/81 Lynah Rink 1/30/83 Schneider Arena 1/7/84 Lynah Rink 11/30/91 Schneider Arena 11/28/92 Lynah Rink 12/27/96 Onondaga Coliseum 1/5/99 Lynah Rink 11/23/99 Schneider Arena 12/28/15 Germain Arena* * - Florida College Hockey Classic DALHOUSIE (5-4-0, .556) Date Site 12/27/55 North Shore Sports Ctr. 03/12/56 Dalhousie Rink 03/13/56 Dalhousie Rink 12/28/60 Boston Arena 10/15/82 Schneider Arena 10/16/82 Schneider Arena 12/29/82 Dalhousie Rink 10/21/83 Schneider Arena 10/22/83 Schneider Arena DARTMOUTH (15-10-0, .600)

Score 3-6 L 1-11 L 5-5 T (ot) 8-5 W 4-3 W 5-6 L (ot) 2-5 L 5-6 L 3-5 L 8-4 W 5-2 W 6-5 W 5-6 L 5-4 W (ot) 7-0 W 3-4 L (3ot) 7-3 W 3-2 W 2-1 L (ot)

Score 5-6 3-6 2-8 5-4 8-5 7-8 5-2 4-3 6-3

L (ot) L L W W L W W W


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS

GUELPH (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 10/18/97 Schneider Arena

Score 3-6 L

HARVARD (9-18-1, .339) Date Site 12/8/53 RI Auditorium 12/17/54 Boston Garden 12/13/55 Boston Garden 1/10/56 RI Auditorium 12/6/56 RI Auditorium 12/18/56 Boston Garden 2/8/58 RI Auditorium 2/22/58 Watson Arena 1/13/59 Watson Arena 2/4/59 RI Auditorium 12/29/59 Boston Arena 2/24/60 RI Auditorium 12/18/64 Boston Garden 3/5/74 Watson Arena 1/14/76 Schneider Arena 1/17/76 Watson Arena 12/1/76 Watson Arena 1/17/77 Schneider Arena

Score 1-10 3-10 5-4 4-5 6-3 2-10 3-9 1-6 6-3 3-4 4-5 7-0 1-2 3-9 4-4 6-5 5-4 5-4

L L W (ot) L W L L L W L L W L L (ot) T (ot) W W W

93

Score 10-0 8-2 10-3 13-0 2-1 3-1 4-6 6-4 2-1 2-1 4-1 2-1

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 12/31/94 Thompson Arena

Score 2-7 L

IONA (2-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 1/12/01 Schneider Arena 10/12/02 Schneider Arena

Score 6-2 W 11-0 W

W W W W W W L W W W W L (ot)

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY (0-1-0, .000) Date Site Score 2/1/92 Schneider Arena 5-6 L LAKE SUPERIOR STATE (5-1-0, .833) Date Site Score 11/23/75 Schneider Arena 9-1 W 10/24/98 Schneider Arena 7-2 W 10/21/00 Schneider Arena 5-1 W 1/23/04 Taffy Abel 3-0 W 1/24/04 Taffy Abel 3-1 W 12/29/06 Kohl Center $ 1-2 L $ - Badger Hockey Showdown (Madison, Wisc.) LAURENTIAN (1-1-0, .500) Date Site 11/25/67 Sudbury Arena 11/26/67 Sudbury Arena

Score 3-4 L 5-2 W

LOYOLA (Quebec) (3-3-0, .500) Date Site 2/23/57 Loyola Arena 12/15/57 RI Auditorium 12/29/66 Meehan Arena 12/29/67 Meehan Arena 1/6/74 Schneider Arena 12/8/74 Schneider Arena

Score 3-5 7-3 0-5 2-8 3-1 11-5

L W L L W W

MAINE (50-64-7 .442) Date Site Score 1/5/80 Alfond Arena 4-3 W 2/25/80 Schneider Arena 5-6 L 1/3/81 Alfond Arena 4-3 W 3/2/81 Schneider Arena 12-4 W 1/5/82 Alfond Arena 6-3 W 2/6/82 Schneider Arena 11-0 W 11/20/83 Schneider Arena 9-2 W 1/22/83 Alfond Arena 7-6 W (ot) 11/19/83 Alfond Arena 7-6 W (ot) 1/17/84 Schneider Arena 3-2 W 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY FRIARS.COM

Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena (HE) Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena (HE) Alfond Arena (HE) Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena (NCAA) Alfond Arena (NCAA) Alfond Arena (NCAA) Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Prov. Civic Center Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena # Schneider Arena # Alfond Arena # Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Boston Garden (HE) Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena FleetCenter (HE) Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena (HE) Alfond Arena (HE) Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena FleetCenter (HE) Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Schneider Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Cumberland County Ctr.

1-2 1-5 3-4 5-2 6-5 2-3 5-4 5-2 1-12 4-2 4-2 3-4 2-5 7-10 1-5 2-10 5-6 2-11 3-1 3-5 4-6 8-6 2-3 3-4 2-4 2-3 2-8 4-6 7-4 2-3 3-7 2-5 3-4 3-9 3-3 2-6 1-5 2-5 2-4 4-5 1-2 2-5 7-3 3-1 1-2 4-6 3-2 4-5 3-6 1-4 3-6 6-2 7-2 1-6 2-3 4-7 2-5 6-6 2-3 3-5 4-5 5-3 2-4 2-5 4-3 4-5 0-1 3-3 4-2 5-1 2-2 2-3 2-3 2-4 4-8

L L L (ot) W W L W W L W W L L L L L L L W L L W L L (2ot) L L L L W L L L L L T (ot) L L L L L L L W W L L W L L L L W W L L L L T (ot) L L L (ot) W L L W L L T (ot) W W T (ot) L L L L

HISTORY & RECORDS

Score 4-2 W

HOLY CROSS (10-2-0, .833) Date Site 2/5/53 RI Auditorium 2/13/54 Worcester Arena 2/7/56 Worcester Arena 2/28/57 RI Auditorium 1/14/01 Schneider Arena 11/27/04 Dunkin' Donuts Center 10/20/07 Schneider Arena 10/25/08 Hart Center 10/10/09 Schneider Arena 11/27/10 Hart Center 10/16/15 Schneider Arena 10/15/16 DCU Center

10/20/84 3/2/85 3/3/85 11/8/85 11/9/85 2/9/86 3/9/86 3/10/86 11/7/86 11/8/86 1/30/87 2/1/87 3/11/87 2/5/88 2/6/88 2/28/88 3/7/88 3/8/88 11/18/88 11/19/88 1/10/89 3/24/89 3/25/89 3/26/89 11/18/89 2/2/90 2/3/90 1/2/91 2/8/91 2/9/91 1/25/92 2/28/92 2/29/92 10/22/92 10/23/92 11/7/92 10/22/93 10/23/93 11/6/93 11/18/94 11/19/94 2/3/95 3/18/95 11/10/95 11/11/95 3/1/96 3/15/96 1/3/97 1/17/97 1/18/97 11/1/97 12/5/97 12/6/97 11/20/98 11/21/98 1/29/99 11/7/99 3/3/00 3/4/00 3/9/00 3/10/00 11/3/00 3/2/01 3/3/01 3/16/01 1/04/02 2/15/02 2/16/02 1/3/03 2/14/03 2/15/03 11/22/03 2/20/04 2/21/04 11/21/04

SEASON IN REVIEW

FERRIS STATE (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 12/29/00 Magnus Arena

L W W L (ot) W (ot) L L W W W L (2ot) W T (ot) L W T (ot) W

L L W L W L (ot) L L L L

FACILITIES

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

Schneider Arena 4-6 Schneider Arena 2-5 Schneider Arena 5-3 Schneider Arena 2-5 Bright Center 3-1 Schneider Arena 5-6 Bright Center 5-8 Boston Garden 1-4 Schneider Arena 0-2 Dunkin' Dnts. Ctr. (NCAA) 3-0

COACHES & STAFF

DENVER (9-6-2, .588) Date Site 1/1/80 Schneider Arena 1/25/85 DU Arena 1/26/85 DU Arena 12/6/85 Schneider Arena 12/7/85 Schneider Arena 1/3/87 Schneider Arena 1/15/88 DU Arena 1/7/89 Schneider Arena 11/8/91 DU Arena 11/9/91 DU Arena 10/16/99 Magness Arena 11/27/99 Schneider Arena 11/25/00 Magness Arena 12/30/00 Magness Arena 3/29/15 Dunkin' Donuts Center 12/30/16 Schneider Arena 12/31/16 Schneider Arena

12/1/77 11/29/78 1/31/79 11/28/79 1/14/81 12/13/81 2/9/83 3/12/83 1/12/84 3/24/17

THE FRIARS

Score 2-6 L 3-9 L 5-3 W 8-2 W 10-7 W 12-3 W 2-4 L 6-4 W 4-3 W (ot) 4-1 W 7-4 W 3-5 L 6-5 W 9-2 W 8-4 W 6-2 W 2-4 L 2-4 L 5-2 W 1-4 L 5-6 L (ot) 2-0 W 2-4 L 2-4 L 3-2 W

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Date Site 03/5/53 Davis Rink 02/16/54 RI Auditorium 12/16/55 Davis Rink 12/29/56 Boston Arena 02/11/74 Schneider Arena 02/24/75 Davis Rink 02/10/76 Schneider Arena 01/2/77 Snively Arena 02/8/77 Thompson Arena 02/24/78 Schneider Arena 02/6/79 Thompson Arena 02/5/80 Schneider Arena 02/1/81 Thompson Arena 01/31/82 Schneider Arena 01/4/83 Thompson Arena 01/28/84 Schneider Arena 12/30/87 Thompson Arena 12/30/94 Thompson Arena 1/21/97 Schneider Arena 12/28/97 Gutterson Fieldhouse 12/11/98 Thompson Arena 12/10/99 Schneider Arena 11/28/08 Schneider Arena 11/27/09 Thompson Arena 12/29/13 Thompson Arena


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS 2/18/05 Schneider Arena 3-2 2/19/05 Schneider Arena 2-6 12/2/05 Schneider Arena 4-2 1/20/06 Alfond Arena 4-0 1/21/06 Alfond Arena 2-5 12/1/06 Alfond Arena 1-6 1/19/07 Schneider Arena 3-0 1/20/07 Schneider Arena 0-2 11/9/07 Alfond Arena 6-2 11/10/07 Alfond Arena 1-0 1/19/08 Schneider Arena 0-4 11/14/08 Schneider Arena 2-3 11/15/08 Schneider Arena 0-3 1/18/09 Alfond Arena 2-2 12/4/09 Alfond Arena 1-3 12/5/09 Alfond Arena 1-3 1/16/10 Schneider Arena 3-2 12/3/10 Schneider Arena 3-3 12/4/10 Schneider Arena 0-5 1/14/11 Alfond Arena 3-4 10/28/11 Alfond Arena 4-5 10/29/11 Alfond Arena 1-3 2/10/12 Schneider Arena 4-3 10/26/12 Schneider Arena 3-2 10/27/12 Schneider Arena 3-0 2/1/13 Alfond Arena 2-2 2/28/14 Alfond Arena 4-2 3/1/14 Alfond Arena 3-2 3/14/14 Schneider Arena (HEQF) 3-1 3/15/15 Schneider Arena (HEQF) 4-2 2/27/15 Schneider Arena 5-2 2/28/15 Schneider Arena 5-2 2/5/16 Alfond Arena 1-0 2/6/16 Alfond Arena 4-2 2/3/17 Schneider Arena 3-2 2/4/17 Schneider Arena 5-3 # - Providence awarded victories by forfeit (ineligible player) MASSACHUSETTS (46-23-6, .653) Date Site 2/27/54 RI Auditorium 2/12/71 RI Auditorium 3/1/72 Orr Rink 1/25/73 Schneider Arena 1/19/74 Schneider Arena 2/3/75 Schneider Arena 12/2/75 Schneider Arena 10/29/94 Schneider Arena 1/20/95 Schneider Arena 1/22/95 Mullins Center 11/17/95 Schneider Arena 11/18/95 Mullins Center 2/24/96 Mullins Center 12/6/96 Schneider Arena 12/8/96 Mullins Center 1/11/97 Schneider Arena 11/21/97 Mullins Center 11/22/97 Schneider Arena 1/31/98 Mullins Center 1/15/99 Schneider Arena 2/26/99 Schneider Arena 2/27/99 Mullins Center 1/7/00 Mullins Center 1/8/00 Schneider Arena 1/26/00 Mullins Center 12/8/00 Schneider Arena 1/6/01 Schneider Arena 1/7/01 Mullins Center 10/28/01 Schneider Arena 11/2/01 Schneider Arena 2/2/02 Mullins Center 11/1/02 Mullins Center 1/5/03 Mullins Center 2/1/03 Schneider Arena

Score 15-5 8-1 7-3 4-3 7-3 8-4 10-2 5-4 3-7 5-2 7-5 4-1 2-2 3-5 1-3 5-1 5-3 5-3 1-3 8-1 3-2 1-3 1-2 1-3 3-4 1-3 4-0 8-5 3-4 3-2 3-2 2-1 4-5 5-3

10/31/03 11/1/03 11/15/03 10/29/04 10/30/04 12/3/04 11/4/05 11/5/05 2/11/06 11/3/06 11/4/06 2/10/07 10/26/07 10/27/07 1/18/08 10/31/08 11/1/08 1/16/09 10/30/09 10/31/09 1/30/10 10/29/10 10/30/10 2/12/11 10/15/11 1/5/12 2/11/12 11/9/12 1/11/13 1/12/13 2/21/14 2/22/14 12/28/14 2/20/15 2/21/15 2/26/16 2/27/16 2/24/17 2/25/17 3/3/17 3/4/17

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6-2 2-4 2-3 6-2 0-2 2-3 4-2 3-2 4-1 1-4 2-3 3-3 3-1 3-3 3-2 4-9 1-5 5-4 3-5 2-1 1-4 3-3 3-2 3-3 6-4 4-4 5-4 0-4 5-4 2-0 4-3 2-1 4-1 3-2 2-1 4-1 6-0 6-2 2-1 3-0 5-1

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MASS. LOWELL (56-47-11, .539) Date Site Score 1/27/82 Schneider Arena 5-3 W 2/15/83 Schneider Arena 4-6 L 11/1/83 Schneider Arena 8-3 W 11/20/83 Tully Forum 4-1 W 10/31/84 Tully Forum 6-8 L 2/3/85 Schneider Arena 7-3 W 2/23/85 Tully Forum 2-2 T (ot) 11/3/85 Schneider Arena 2-6 L 12/31/85 Schneider Arena 2-5 L 2/26/86 Tully Forum 4-3 W 3/15/86 Prov. Civic Ctr. (HE) 5-8 L 10/19/86 Schneider Arena 4-5 L 12/10/86 Tully Forum 5-6 L (ot) 2/8/87 Tully Forum 5-5 T (ot) 2/21/87 Schneider Arena 4-5 L (ot) 11/4/87 Schneider Arena 4-2 W 11/17/87 Tully Forum 3-2 W 2/2/88 Schneider Arena 5-2 W 11/26/88 Tully Forum 2-4 L 12/10/88 Schneider Arena 10-7 W 2/7/89 Tully Forum 5-2 W 11/22/89 Tully Forum 11-5 W 1/26/90 Schneider Arena 7-1 W 2/10/90 Schneider Arena 3-0 W 11/10/90 Tully Forum 4-2 W 1/15/91 Schneider Arena 6-5 W 2/2/91 Tully Forum 4-1 W 11/2/91 Schneider Arena 1-4 L 11/16/91 Schneider Arena 6-8 L 1/10/92 Tully Forum 4-4 T (ot) 1/17/92 Schneider Arena 7-4 W 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY FRIARS.COM

3/6/92 11/20/92 11/21/92 2/19/93 2/20/93 3/12/93 3/13/93 11/19/93 11/20/93 2/18/94 2/19/94 11/11/94 11/12/94 3/3/95 1/19/96 1/20/96 2/4/96 2/2/97 2/21/97 2/22/97 3/7/97 3/8/97 11/16/97 1/23/98 1/24/98 1/17/99 2/5/99 2/6/99 1/28/00 2/25/00 2/26/00 1/27/01 2/22/01 2/23/01 10/26/01 2/8/02 3/1/02 10/25/02 2/7/03 2/28/03 1/31/04 2/8/04 3/6/04 2/5/05 2/13/05 3/5/05 10/21/05 10/22/05 1/15/06 10/28/06 11/24/06 1/13/07 11/16/07 1/11/08 1/12/08 10/24/08 11/21/08 1/10/09 11/24/09 2/26/10 2/27/10 10/22/10 2/25/11 2/26/11 1/24/12 3/2/12 3/3/12 3/8/12 3/9/12 3/11/12 1/17/13 3/8/13 3/9/13 3/22/13 1/24/14

Schneider Arena (HE) Tully Forum Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tully Forum Tully Forum (HE) Tully Forum (HE) Schneider Arena Tully Forum Tully Forum Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tully Forum Tully Forum Tully Forum Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tully Forum Schneider Arena Tully Forum Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena Tully Forum Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Center Tsongas Center (HE) Tsongas Center (HE) Tsongas Center (HE) Tsongas Center Tsongas Center Schneider Arena TD Garden (HE) Schneider Arena

7-0 W 4-3 W (ot) 2-6 L 7-3 W 2-4 L 4-7 L 3-3 T (ot) 1-7 L 4-3 W 3-6 L 3-6 L 4-5 L 3-2 W 7-0 W 1-5 L 2-3 L 0-5 L 8-2 W 6-1 W 5-2 W 2-6 L 5-6 L 5-3 W 2-2 T (ot) 1-5 L 5-2 W 5-2 W 2-4 L 2-7 L 5-3 W 2-1 W 3-3 T (ot) 4-3 W 2-1 W 3-4 L 3-3 T (ot) 1-6 L 6-5 W (ot) 6-1 W 3-1 W 3-2 W 4-2 W 3-4 L 2-3 L (ot) 0-2 L 3-2 W (ot) 3-0 W 4-0 W 3-4 L (ot) 2-2 T (ot) 4-2 W 3-2 W (ot) 2-2 T (ot) 4-3 W (ot) 2-3 L (ot) 1-4 L 1-6 L 4-2 W 4-2 W 0-4 L 2-2 T (ot) 4-5 L (ot) 3-3 T (ot) 2-7 L 1-0 W 1-5 L 2-4 L 5-3 W 2-3 L (ot) 1-0 W 1-2 L 3-0 W 1-4 L 1-2 L 5-4 W


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS Tsongas Center Tsongas Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Tsongas Center TD Garden (HE) Tsongas Center Schneider Arena

6-1 7-3 4-1 4-2 3-1 2-1 4-3 3-2

L W W W L L (3ot) W W

Score 7-1 W 13-3 W 8-3 W 9-0 W 6-3 W 3-2 W 9-1 W 6-0 W 6-1 W 6-2 W 8-2 W 6-3 W 5-3 W 1-9 L 2-7 L 2-3 L 7-3 W 3-2 W 8-7 W 0-3 L 3-2 W 9-3 W 6-2 W 3-2 W 10-3 W 4-2 W 5-8 L 4-3 W 4-1 W 11-3 W 5-6 L 9-5 W 4-3 W 6-5 W 9-4 W 8-6 W 3-6 L 9-4 W 9-0 W 6-1 W 8-1 W 6-3 W 6-1 W 2-4 L 7-1 W 7-3 W 7-1 W 11-4 W 2-4 L 5-3 W 4-0 W 7-0 W 5-3 W 3-4 L (ot) 9-4 W

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MICHIGAN (0-3-0, .000) Date Site 3/20/64 DU Arena (NCAA) 10/12/01 Omaha Civic Arena 12/28/07 Joe Louis Arena

Score 2-3 L 3-6 L 0-6 L

MICHIGAN STATE (3-1-0, .750) Date Site 1/2/65 Meehan Arena 3/23/85 Munn Arena (NCAA) 3/24/85 Munn Arena (NCAA) 12/29/07 Joe Louis Arena MICHIGAN TECH (3-5-2, .400) Date Site 11/26/71 Duluth Arena 3/20/81 Schneider Arena (NCAA) 3/21/81 Schneider Arena (NCAA) 1/5/85 Student Ice Arena 1/6/85 Student Ice Arena 11/29/85 Schneider Arena 11/30/85 Schneider Arena 12/5/86 Student Ice Arena 1/22/88 Schneider Arena 1/28/89 Student Ice Arena MIDDLEBURY (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 01/15/27 RI Auditorium MINNESOTA (4-13-1 .250) Date Site 12/27/62 RPI Fieldhouse 12/29/77 Williams Arena 12/28/80 Williams Arena 12/29/80 Williams Arena 3/26/83 Winter Sports Ctr. (NCAA) 11/17/84 Schneider Arena 11/18/84 Schneider Arena 1/24/86 Williams Arena 1/25/86 Williams Arena 12/28/86 Mariucci Arena 11/14/87 Schneider Arena 11/12/88 Mariucci Arena 3/15/91 Mariucci Arena (NCAA) 3/16/91 Mariucci Arena (NCAA) 3/17/91 Mariucci Arena (NCAA) 12/21/91 Mariucci Arena 3/23/96 Munn Arena (NCAA) 12/29/01 Mariucci Arena

W L W L W L T (ot) L (ot) W (ot) T (ot) W W T (ot) W L

Score 6-5 2-3 4-2 5-3

W L W W

Score 1-5 3-7 5-6 3-3 3-8 7-6 5-5 4-1 4-6 5-2

L L L T (ot) L W T (ot) W L W

Score 2-3 L Score 4-5 4-6 4-5 7-8 4-3 3-3 3-2 1-4 3-5 2-9 3-0 1-7 4-3 4-8 3-8 2-5 1-5 1-6

MINNESOTA-DULUTH (7-16-2, .320) Date Site Score 12/29/65 Meehan Auditorium 1-4 11/25/70 Duluth Arena 3-10 12/28/72 RPI Fieldhouse 4-5 12/30/77 Duluth Arena 9-5

L L L L W T (ot) W L L L W L W L L L L L

L L L W

HISTORY & RECORDS

MERRIMACK (85-32-11, .707) Date Site 2/13/60 Billerica Forum 12/10/60 R.I. Auditorium 2/18/61 Billerica Forum 12/14/61 R.I. Auditorium 2/17/62 Andover Arena 12/8/62 Andover Arena 12/11/62 R.I. Auditorium 12/11/63 R.I. Auditorium 2/15/64 Andover Arena 12/9/64 Frost Arena 2/2/65 R.I. Auditorium 12/2/65 R.I. Auditorium 2/8/66 Frost Arena 2/11/67 Frost Arena 12/5/67 R.I. Auditorium 2/13/68 Frost Arena 12/3/68 R.I. Auditorium 2/8/69 Billerica Forum 11/25/69 Billerica Forum 2/24/70 R.I. Auditorium 2/9/71 Billerica Forum 2/18/71 R.I. Auditorium 11/23/71 Billerica Forum 2/9/72 R.I. Auditorium 11/28/72 Billerica Forum 1/20/73 Schneider Arena 11/26/73 Schneider Arena 1/16/74 Volpe Complex 11/11/74 Volpe Complex 1/21/75 Schneider Arena 11/9/75 Schneider Arena 11/25/75 Volpe Complex 11/13/76 Schneider Arena 11/16/76 Volpe Complex 11/10/77 Volpe Complex 2/14/79 Schneider Arena 11/13/79 Schneider Arena 11/8/80 Schneider Arena 11/6/81 Believeau Center 11/21/81 Schneider Arena 11/23/82 Schneider Arena 11/14/83 Schneider Arena 1/13/85 Schneider Arena 12/7/88 Schneider Arena 12/2/89 Schneider Arena 1/27/90 Schneider Arena 2/24/90 Volpe Complex 11/16/90 Schneider Arena 1/26/91 Volpe Complex 2/5/91 Volpe Complex 11/24/91 Schneider Arena 1/31/92 Volpe Complex 2/14/92 Schneider Arena 12/9/92 Schneider Arena 1/22/93 Schneider Arena

Score 8-1 3-5 5-3 2-5 5-0 2-6 1-1 3-4 3-2 4-4 7-5 7-3 2-2 4-3 2-1

SEASON IN REVIEW

Score 2-3 L 0-3 L

MIAMI (OH) (7-5-3, .567) Date Site 12/22/90 Goggin Arena 10/23/98 Schneider Arena 10/22/99 Goggin Arena 10/23/99 Goggin Arena 10/20/00 Schneider Arena 11/25/11 Magness Arena 10/19/12 Goggin Ice Center 10/20/12 Goggin Ice Center 10/25/13 Schneider Arena 10/26/13 Schneider Arena 3/28/15 Dunkin' Donuts Center 10/8/15 Goggin Ice Center 10/9/15 Goggin Ice Center 10/7/16 Schneider Arena 10/8/16 Schneider Arena

FACILITIES

MCGILL (0-2-0, .000) Date Site 01/4/64 Meehan Arena 12/30/65 Meehan Arena

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

COACHES & STAFF

Score 2-6 L

Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Dunkin' Donuts Ctr. Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Lawler Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Lawler Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Fenway Park Schneider Arena Lawler Arena Lawler Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena Lawler Arena

THE FRIARS

McMASTER (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 12/29/62 RPI Fieldhouse

1/23/93 12/8/93 1/21/94 1/22/94 11/4/94 11/5/94 2/5/95 10/20/95 10/21/95 2/10/96 10/25/96 10/26/96 2/8/97 2/8/98 2/27/98 2/28/98 12/3/98 12/4/98 2/19/99 12/3/99 12/4/99 2/5/00 12/1/00 12/2/00 2/3/01 11/3/01 11/30/01 12/01/01 11/22/02 11/23/02 12/5/02 10/25/03 2/27/04 2/28/04 10/15/04 11/28/04 2/25/05 2/26/05 10/28/05 3/3/06 3/4/06 10/27/06 3/2/07 3/3/07 2/2/08 2/22/08 2/23/08 1/31/09 2/21/09 2/22/09 1/23/10 3/5/10 3/6/10 11/5/10 3/4/11 3/5/11 12/2/11 12/3/11 1/29/12 11/30/12 12/1/12 2/17/13 11/8/13 11/9/13 1/4/14 11/7/14 11/8/14 12/4/15 12/5/15 3/11/16 3/12/16 11/5/16 11/25/16

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

1/25/14 1/23/15 1/24/15 1/22/16 1/23/16 3/18/16 1/20/17 1/21/17


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS 12/27/79 11/21/80 11/22/80 3/18/83 3/19/83 12/28/84 12/29/84 1/17/86 1/18/86 12/27/86 11/13/87 11/11/88 11/7/97 11/8/97 11/13/98 11/14/98 10/15/10 10/16/10 10/21/11 10/22/11 3/25/16

Meehan Auditorium Duluth Arena Duluth Arena Schneider Arena (NCAA) Schneider Arena (NCAA) Duluth Arena Duluth Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Duluth Arena Schneider Arena Duluth Arena Duluth Ent. Center Duluth Ent. Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Duluth Ent. Center Duluth Ent. Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena DCU Center (NCAA)

4-3 W 3-4 L 8-9 L 7-3 W 3-2 W 2-9 L 2-3 L 3-6 L 0-6 L 5-7 L 7-7 T (ot) 3-6 L 6-5 W (ot) 3-0 W 7-2 W 4-5 L 3-5 L 1-7 L 2-5 L 2-2 T (ot) 2-1 L (2ot)

MINNESOTA STATE (6-2-0, .750) Date Site Score 10/18/02 Schneider Arena 5-1 10/19/02 Schneider Arena 5-3 10/17/03 Midwest Wireless Civic Ctr. 2-1 10/18/03 Midwest Wireless Civic Ctr. 5-3 1/4/13 Verizon Wireless Ctr. 3-4 1/5/13 Verizon Wireless Ctr. 0-4 10/11/13 Schneider Arena 5-1 10/12/13 Schneider Arena 3-0

W W W W L (ot) L W W

MONCTON (0-0-1, .500) Date Site 11/7/81 Beliveau Center

Score 2-2 T

MONTREAL (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 1/2/70 RPI Fieldhouse

Score 3-2 W

NEBRASKA-OMAHA (1-2-0, .333) Date Site 10/13/01 Omaha Civic Arena 11/25/05 Houston Field House* 4/9/15 TD Garden

Score 3-4 L (ot) 2-4 L 4-1 W

NEW BRUNSWICK (2-2-0, .500) Date Site 12/29/83 Dalhousie Arena 10/9/09 Schneider Arena 1/1/11 UNB-Aitken Centre 1/2/11 UNB-Aitken Centre

Score 6-2 3-6 1-3 1-0

W L L W

NEW HAMPSHIRE (60-89-15, .412) Date Site Score 2/12/27 R.I. Auditorium 1-5 L 3/4/59 New Hampshire Rink 2-3 L 2/22/61 R.I. Auditorium 10-3 W 2/20/62 New Hampshire Rink 7-1 W 1/5/63 R.I. Auditorium 4-2 W 2/28/64 New Hampshire Rink 6-1 W 1/21/65 Mt. St. Charles Arena 13-3 W 12/14/65 Snively Arena 6-0 W 2/20/67 R.I. Auditorium 5-6 L 1/11/68 Snively Arena 1-5 L 2/5/69 Snively Arena 3-4 L 12/13/69 Snively Arena 3-7 L 2/12/70 R.I. Auditorium 2-5 L 1/8/71 Snively Arena 4-6 L 2/16/71 R.I. Auditorium 8-6 W 2/12/72 Snively Arena 2-8 L 2/23/72 R.I. Auditorium 5-2 W 12/5/72 Meehan Auditroium 7-8 L

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2/13/98 2/14/98 3/6/98 11/6/98 11/7/98 1/30/99 3/19/99 11/12/99 11/13/99 2/12/00 11/10/00 11/11/00 2/10/01 11/17/01 1/13/02 2/10/02 11/15/02 1/11/03 2/9/03 11/14/03 1/9/04 1/10/04 3/11/04 3/12/04 3/13/04 11/12/04 1/7/05 1/8/05 1/27/06 2/24/06 2/25/06 3/9/06 3/10/06 1/27/07 2/23/07 2/24/07 3/8/07 3/9/07 11/17/07 2/15/08 2/16/08 11/22/08 2/13/09 2/14/09 12/11/09 1/22/10 2/12/10 1/21/11 1/28/11 1/29/11 1/11/12 2/3/12 2/4/12 1/19/13 2/10/13 2/13/13 3/15/13 3/16/13 3/17/13 11/22/13 11/23/13 3/21/14 11/22/14 1/13/15 3/13/15 3/14/15 3/15/15 1/29/16 1/30/16 1/27/17 1/28/17

Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center FleetCenter (HE) Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center (HE) Whittemore Center (HE) Whittemore Center (HE) Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center (HE) Whittemore Center (HE) Whitemore Center Whitemore Center Schneider Arena Whitemore Center (HE) Whittemore Center (HE) Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittenmore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena (HE) Schneider Arena Schneider Arena TD Garden (HESF) Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Whittemore Center Whittemore Center

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

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Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena Schneider Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Schneider Arena

4-3 W (ot) 0-3 L 3-3 T (ot) 2-3 L (ot) 5-1 W 5-2 W 0-4 L 1-3 L 3-6 L 1-4 L 3-3 T (ot) 1-3 L 3-2 W 3-3 T (ot) 0-5 L 2-5 L 1-1 T (ot) 2-2 T (ot) 6-2 W 6-2 W 3-2 W 3-3 T (ot) 2-1 L (ot) 5-1 W 2-1 L 5-2 W 3-0 W 5-4 L 5-4 W

NORTHERN MICHIGAN (5-5-1, .500) Date Site Score 11/09/84 Lakeview Arena 2-1 11/10/84 Lakeview Arena 5-2 12/28/85 Schneider Arena 4-3 12/29/85 Schneider Arena 1-5 12/06/86 Lakeview Arena 4-6 1/23/88 Schneider Arena 3-3 1/27/89 Lakeview Arena 1-8 3/17/89 Lakeview Arena (NCAA) 5-9 3/18/89 Lakeview Arena (NCAA) 4-2 3/19/89 Lakeview Arena (NCAA) 2-0 12/28/93 Bradley Center 4-5

W W W L L T (ot) L L W W L

NORWICH (5-1-0, .833) Date Site 3/06/53 Cadet Ice Rink 2/09/55 RI Auditorium 2/22/57 Cadet Ice Rink 12/07/57 RI Auditorium 1/05/62 RI Auditorium 2/18/75 Schneider Arena

L W W W W W

Score 6-10 5-3 5-4 7-3 7-3 15-4

NOTRE DAME (5-8-2, .400) Date Site Score 10/15/99 Magness Arena 2-1 10/21/06 Schneider Arena 1-6 11/8/08 Schneider Arena 1-4 10/15/09 Joyce Center 3-2 10/16/09 Joyce Center 0-2 2/14/14 Schneider Arena 2-2 2/15/14 Schneider Arena 3-0 2/13/15 Compton Family Arena 2-0 2/14/15 Compton Family Arena 3-2 2/19/16 Schneider Arena 3-2 2/20/16 Schneider Arena 3-1 2/17/17 Compton Family Arena 4-1 2/18/17 Compton Family Arena 3-3 3/10/17 Compton Family Arena (HE) 5-0 3/11/17 Compton Family Arena (HE) 5-2 OHIO STATE (4-3-0, .571) Date Site 11/4/77 OSU Arena

W L L W L T (ot) L L W W (ot) W L T (ot) L L

Score 4-8 L

HISTORY & RECORDS

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SEASON IN REVIEW

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4-3 2-2 3-2 3-0 1-2 4-5 1-4 3-4 3-2 1-3 6-3 5-3 4-4 1-3 6-7 4-7 3-2 3-2 2-5 5-4 6-4 7-3 6-4 3-4 6-0 5-7 6-3 3-2 7-5 5-2 6-6 6-6 1-3 3-3 0-6 2-4 3-4 1-2 3-3 10-3 4-4 4-2 6-6 5-4 4-3 8-0 5-4 0-2 2-3 6-4 5-3 4-5 5-6 3-1 4-1 3-1 3-1 4-2 4-3 1-3 5-3 2-3 3-4 4-3 1-3 2-2 1-1 3-3 1-3 3-3 0-6 2-1 1-2 2-1

FACILITIES

Score 4-5 L (ot) 7-1 W 6-2 W 10-2 W 5-3 W 10-2 W 6-5 W 4-3 W 9-2 W 10-3 W 5-6 L 6-4 W 8-1 W 6-5 W 1-2 L 5-3 W 4-8 L 2-6 L 2-1 W 5-4 W 7-3 W 4-3 W 6-4 W 5-1 W 3-1 W 7-3 W 7-2 W 4-3 W 7-4 W 2-6 L 5-2 W 4-7 L 6-7 L 3-7 L 4-0 W 5-6 L (ot) 3-4 L 3-4 L 11-2 W 5-3 W 8-5 W 4-3 W 5-4 W (ot) 7-5 W 8-6 W 4-6 L 8-5 W 1-8 L 2-4 L 6-5 W (ot) 5-3 W 4-7 L 6-2 W 2-5 L

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COACHES & STAFF

NORTHEASTERN (83-54-17, .594) Date Site 12/22/53 Boston Garden 1/13/55 R.I. Auditorium 2/15/56 R.I. Auditorium 12/28/56 Watson Arena 2/14/57 R.I. Auditorium 12/27/57 Boston Arena 1/4/58 North Shore Sports Ctr. 1/9/59 R.I. Auditorium 2/29/60 Boston Arena 12/29/60 Boston Arena 1/4/61 R.I. Auditorium 2/26/62 Boston Arena 2/16/63 R.I. Auditorium 1/10/64 Boston Arena 2/22/64 Madison Square Garden 2/17/65 R.I. Auditorium 2/1/66 Boston Arena 2/4/67 R.I. Auditorium 1/3/68 Boston Arena 2/12/68 Boston Arena 2/7/69 R.I. Auditorium 1/6/70 R.I. Auditorium 2/16/70 Boston Arena 12/29/70 Boston Arena 1/18/71 Boston Arena 3/4/71 Mt. St. Charles Arena 12/7/71 Boston Arena 2/16/72 R.I. Auditorium 1/9/73 Meehan Auditorium 1/30/73 Boston Arena 1/22/74 Boston Arena 2/8/74 Schneider Arena 1/18/75 Boston Arena 2/15/75 Schneider Arena 12/27/75 R.P.I. Fieldhouse 1/3/76 Boston Arena 2/4/76 Schneider Arena 12/30/76 Boston Arena 3/1/77 Schneider Arena 1/28/78 Schneider Arena 2/27/78 Boston Arena 12/2/78 Boston Arena 3/03/79 Schneider Arena 12/4/79 Boston Arena 1/13/80 Schneider Arena 12/9/80 Schneider Arena 2/21/81 Northeastern Arena 11/18/81 Northeastern Arena 2/10/82 Schneider Arena 11/17/82 Schneider Arena 1/18/83 Northeastern Arena 11/12/83 Matthews Arena 1/23/84 Schneider Arena 12/7/84 Matthews Arena

1/16/85 2/14/85 3/10/85 3/11/85 11/12/85 12/13/85 2/6/86 10/24/86 10/25/86 1/21/87 1/23/87 10/31/87 11/7/87 2/13/88 11/1/88 11/30/88 2/25/89 3/11/89 11/15/89 1/17/90 2/17/90 12/1/90 1/18/91 2/23/91 11/15/91 12/8/91 1/18/92 1/27/93 1/29/93 2/5/93 2/2/94 2/9/94 11/14/04 1/14/05 1/15/05 2/11/94 3/11/94 3/12/94 12/9/94 12/10/94 2/10/95 12/7/95 12/9/95 1/23/96 11/22/96 11/23/96 1/9/97 10/24/97 11/25/97 1/9/98 1/8/99 1/9/99 3/7/99 11/19/99 11/20/99 2/4/00 11/17/00 3/18/00 2/2/01 11/09/01 11/10/01 2/01/02 11/8/02 11/9/02 1/31/03 11/7/03 1/16/04 1/17/04 11/14/04 1/14/05 1/15/05 11/15/05 2/16/06 2/17/06

THE FRIARS

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

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

NORTH DAKOTA (5-9-1, .367) Date Site 10/30/81 Winter Sports Center 10/31/81 Winter Sports Center 10/22/82 Schneider Arena 10/23/82 Schneider Arena 10/14/83 Winter Sports Center 10/15/83 Winter Sports Center 10/12/84 Schneider Arena 10/13/84 Schneider Arena 1/31/86 Winter Sports Center 2/1/86 Winter Sports Center 1/16/87 Schneider Arena 11/29/87 Winter Sports Center 1/20/89 Schneider Arena 10/24/14 Ralph Engelstad Arena 10/25/14 Ralph Engelstad Arena


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS 11/5/77 OSU Arena 12/21/90 OSU Arena 10/10/14 Value City Arena 10/11/14 Value City Arena 10/23/15 Schneider Arena 10/24/15 Schneider Arena OHIO UNIVERSITY (0-1-0, .000) Date Site 12/19/68 RI Auditorium

4-6 7-4 5-4 2-1 2-1 6-4

L W L (ot) W (ot) W W

QUINNIPIAC (4-2-1, .643) Date Site Score 12/07/01 Schneider Arena 5-2 1/02/04 Schneider Arena 7-1 12/5/08 TD Banknorth Center 2-5 12/11/10 Schneider Arena 5-2 11/20/12 Schneider Arena 0-2 11/27/13 TD Bank Sports Center 3-3 3/28/14 Webster Bank Arena (NCAA) 4-0

Score 2-3 L

UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 11/2/90 Schneider Arena 8-3 W PENNSYLVANIA (8-2-0, .800) Date Site 12/1/67 R.I. Auditorium 11/29/69 R.I. Auditorium 01/29/71 Class of 1923 Rink 11/27/71 Meehan Rink 01/23/73 Class of 1923 Rink 11/24/73 Schneider Arena 11/26/74 Class of 1923 Rink 01/20/76 Schneider Arena 11/20/76 Class of 1923 Rink 01/11/78 Schneider Arena

Score 4-1 3-2 2-4 6-3 2-4 1-0 7-4 9-2 7-0 10-1

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (26-24-4, .528) Date Site Score 2/13/53 RPI Fieldhouse 1-13 L 12/05/53 RPI Fieldhouse 3-14 L 12/17/55 RPI Fieldhouse 2-6 L 2/03/57 RPI Fieldhouse 6-13 L 12/06/57 R.I. Auditorium 4-2 W 12/09/58 RPI Fieldhouse 4-5 L 1/07/61 RPI Fieldhouse 3-10 L 12/02/61 R.I. Auditorium 6-8 L 12/28/62 RPI Fieldhouse 3-3 T (ot) 2/02/63 RPI Fieldhouse 2-5 L 2/19/63 R.I. Auditorium 4-1 W 12/14/63 RPI Fieldhouse 3-2 W 2/19/64 R.I. Auditorium 4-5 L 3/21/64 D.U. Arena (NCAA) 1-2 L 12/12/64 R.I. Auditorium 3-3 T (ot) 12/11/65 RPI Fieldhouse 8-4 W 12/10/66 R.I. Auditorium 7-6 W (ot) 12/09/67 RPI Fieldhouse 4-9 L 1/03/70 RPI Fieldhouse 2-1 W 1/10/70 RPI Fieldhouse 4-4 T (ot) 2/20/71 R.I. Auditorium 8-4 W 1/15/72 RPI Fieldhouse 5-7 L 12/29/72 RPI Fieldhouse 1-4 L 2/21/73 Meehan Auditorium 0-3 L 1/05/74 Schneider Arena 3-2 W 1/26/74 RPI Fieldhouse 6-3 W 2/11/75 RPI Fieldhouse 11-5 W 3/01/75 Schneider Arena 7-2 W 12/05/75 RPI Fieldhouse 5-4 W (ot) 12/29/75 RPI Fieldhouse 3-3 T (ot) 1/11/76 Schneider Arena 8-10 L 2/21/77 RPI Fieldhouse 3-5 L 2/26/77 Schneider Arena 4-8 L 11/14/77 Schneider Arena 10-3 W 1/19/78 RPI Fieldhouse 4-3 W 12/05/78 Schneider Arena 4-3 W (ot) 2/27/79 Houston Fieldhouse 7-5 W 12/01/79 Houston Fieldhouse 6-3 W 1/17/80 Schneider Arena 4-3 W 1/23/81 Houston Fieldhouse 5-6 L (ot) 12/02/81 Houston Fieldhouse 6-7 L (ot) 1/09/83 Schneider Arena 9-2 W 11/08/83 Houston Fieldhouse 1-7 L 3/29/85 Joe Louis Arena (NCAA) 1-2 L 12/30/88 Houston Fieldhouse 2-1 W (ot) 10/27/89 Schneider Arena 7-2 W 11/03/90 Schneider Arena 6-5 W (3ot) 10/30/92 Houston Fieldhouse 3-5 L 12/30/92 Houston Fieldhouse 5-4 W (ot) 12/30/95 Houston Fieldhouse 3-2 W 12/30/99 Houston Fieldhouse 5-3 W 10/12/03 Schneider Arena 5-2 W 12/8/04 Houston Fieldhouse 3-4 L 11/26/05 Houston Fieldhouse 2-3 L

W W L W L W W W W W

PLATTSBURGH STATE (0-1-0, .000) Date Site Score 01/8/88 Schneider Arena 3-4 L PRINCETON (23-12-3, .645) Date Site 1/7/54 Baker Rink 1/5/55 Baker Rink 12/9/55 Baker Rink 12/10/55 Baker Rink 12/8/56 Baker Rink 12/13/57 Baker Rink 12/19/58 RI Auditorium 12/11/59 Baker Rink 1/11/61 Baker Rink 1/26/62 R.I. Auditorium 12/14/62 Baker Rink 2/7/64 Mt. St. Charles Arena 1/5/65 Baker Rink 12/16/65 R.I. Auditorium 12/13/66 Baker Rink 1/12/68 Mt. St. Charles Arena 1/29/69 Baker Rink 12/11/69 Mt. St. Charles Arena 1/23/71 Baker Rink 12/4/71 R.I. Auditorium 12/2/72 Baker Rink 12/14/73 Schneider Arena 1/11/75 Baker Arena 12/13/75 Schneider Arena 11/21/76 Baker Rink 12/11/77 Schneider Arena 1/28/79 Baker Rink 2/19/80 Schneider Arena 12/14/80 Baker Rink 12/9/81 Schneider Arena 12/8/82 Baker Arena 12/8/83 Schneider Arena 11/30/97 Baker Rink 11/27/98 Schneider Arena 11/3/02 Schneider Arena 11/26/11 Magness Arena

Score 4-3 1-6 4-7 2-5 8-2 5-2 5-2 6-3 5-6 1-1 14-3 5-2 3-2 5-4 4-3 2-3 2-6 9-5 8-3 2-3 6-5 3-5 11-5 7-5 4-0 7-2 4-4 6-5 3-4 7-4 5-4 7-4 4-4 5-6 8-1 1-3

W L L L W W W W L T (ot) W W W W W L L W W L W L W W W W T (ot) W L W W W T (ot) L W L

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY (2-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 10/9/00 Schneider Arena 8-2 W 10/4/02 Schneider Arena 5-1 W

W W L W L T (ot) W

RHODE ISLAND (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 12/10/52 RI Auditorium

98

Score 3-1 W

RUTGERS (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 11/29/61 RI Auditorium 20-0 W 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY FRIARS.COM

SACRED HEART (4-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 10/19/01 Schneider Arena 10/11/03 Schneider Arena 12/22/05 Schneider Arena 10/12/12 Schneider Arena

Score 8-1 7-2 5-2 8-2

W W W W

SALEM STATE (5-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 2/2/82 Schneider Arena 12/12/82 Schneider Arena 1/20/84 Schneider Arena 1/29/85 Schneider Arena 12/13/88 Schneider Arena

Score 8-3 6-2 4-2 5-2 6-2

W W W W W

SIMON FRASER (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 10/3/15 Schneider Arena ST. CLOUD STATE (3-4-0, .429) Date Site 12/4/87 Schneider Arena 11/3/89 Municipal Sports Arena 11/4/89 Municipal Sports Arena 1/19/02 Schneider Arena 1/17/03 National Hockey Center 1/18/03 National Hockey Center 12/28/03 Dunkin' Donuts Ctr.

Score 9-1 W Score 4-3 2-1 7-5 2-5 1-2 3-5 1-6

W W (ot) W L L L L

ST. FRANCIS XAVIER (2-1-0, .667) Date Site 2/11/56 Memorial Rink 10/19/97 Schneider Arena (exb.) 10/1/04 Schneider Arena (exb.)

Score 3-6 L 4-1 W 4-1 W

ST. LAWRENCE (25-23-0, .521) Date Site 2/28/55 Appleton Arena 2/26/56 Appleton Arena 1/5/57 Appleton Arena 1/25/58 Appleton Arena 2/1/58 Appleton Arena 12/18/58 R.I. Auditorium 1/16/60 Appleton Arena 1/27/61 Appleton Arena 1/12/62 Appleton Arena 3/1/63 R.I. Auditorium 3/5/63 Appleton Arena (ECAC) 2/21/64 Appleton Arena 3/14/64 Boston Arena (ECAC) 2/28/65 R.I. Auditorium 2/26/66 Appleton Arena 1/27/67 R.I. Auditorium 2/23/68 Appleton Arena 12/6/68 R.I. Auditorium 1/31/70 Appleton Arena 12/2/70 R.I. Auditorium 2/4/72 Appleton Arena 1/19/73 Schneider Arena 2/2/74 Appleton Arena 1/17/75 Schneider Arena 1/29/76 Appleton Arena 1/21/77 Schneider Arena 11/19/78 Appleton Arena 12/28/79 Meehan Auditorium 2/2/80 Schneider Arena 1/17/81 Appleton Arena 2/20/82 Schneider Arena 1/13/83 Appleton Arena 3/11/83 Boston Garden (ECAC) 2/17/84 Schneider Arena 11/4/88 Schneider Arena 11/25/89 Schneider Arena 10/26/90 Appleton Arena 1/15/93 Schneider Arena

Score 3-13 2-15 2-8 6-4 2-7 7-6 3-6 3-10 7-3 3-4 1-2 3-2 3-1 5-2 3-6 4-5 2-7 3-4 2-5 8-4 3-8 7-9 7-4 9-3 7-3 8-5 4-5 9-4 6-0 7-2 4-2 4-9 1-0 8-5 1-4 7-3 4-2 6-1

L L L W L W (ot) L L W L L (ot) W W W L L L L L W L L W W W W L (ot) W W W W L W W L W W W


FRIARS VERSUS ALL OPPONENTS Schneider Arena Appleton Arena Appleton Arena Schneider Arena Appleton Arena Appleton Arena Schneider Arena Appleton Arena Schneider Arena

Score 5-5 4-2 4-2 5-4 6-8 0-8 4-7 5-2 4-2 9-5 7-4

T (ot) W W W L L L W W W W

ST. MARY’S (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 12/28/82 Dalhousie Rink

Score 9-2 W

ST. THOMAS (2-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 11/4/03 Schneider Arena 10/8/05 Schneider Arena

Score 5-1 W 2-1 W (ot)

SPRINGFIELD (4-3-0, .571) Date Site 01/6/27 Eastern States Colisuem 02/4/27 R.I. Auditorium 02/11/53 R.I. Auditorium 02/23/53 R.I. Auditorium 02/6/54 R.I. Auditorium 02/18/54 Eastern States Coliseum 02/3/55 Eastern States Coliseum

Score 6-4 1-4 5-4 8-2 7-9 4-8 11-2

TORONTO (1-1-0, .500) Date Site 12/30/83 Dalhousie Rink 10/17/98 Schneider Arena

Score 5-6 L 8-0 W

TRENT (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site 11/23/67 Trent Memorial Center

Score 8-3 W

W W L W W

W L W W L L W

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Score 2-4 L 4-1 W Score 1-4 5-4 4-3 4-5 4-1

L W W (ot) L W

WESTERN ONTARIO (1-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 10/6/01 Schneider Arena 6-1 W WILLIAMS (2-0-0, 1.000) Date Site Score 02/19/55 Lansing Chapman Arena 7-4 W 12/07/55 R.I. Auditorium 7-1 W WISCONSIN (3-9-0, .250) Date Site Score 12/30/66 Meehan Auditorium 3-5 12/28/81 Dane County Coliseum 4-5 12/29/81 Dane County Coliseum 4-0 3/24/83 Winter Sports Ctr. (NCAA) 0-2 10/26/84 Schneider Arena 6-5 10/27/84 Schneider Arena 2-5 1/3/86 Dane County Coliseum 3-4 1/4/86 Dane County Coliseum 3-4 1/17/87 Schneider Arena 3-6 11/27/87 Dane County Coliseum 2-5 1/22/89 Schneider Arena 9-4 3/24/01 Van Andel Arena (NCAA) 1-4 12/30/06 Kohl Center $ 0-5 $ - Badger Hockey Showdown YALE (18-12-0, .600) Date Site Score 3/3/54 New Haven Arena 7-10 1/4/55 New Haven Arena 5-6 1/14/56 New Haven Arena 3-10 2/6/57 New Haven Arena 2-6 1/15/58 New Haven Arena 3-5 12/13/58 Ingalls Rink 2-3 1/20/60 Ingalls Rink 9-4 2/2/61 Ingalls Rink 4-3 12/18/63 Ingalls Rink 3-1 12/16/64 RI Auditorium 5-3 1/11/66 Ingalls Rink 2-3 2/1/67 RI Auditorium 2-7 2/7/68 Ingalls Rink 4-1 1/25/69 Ingalls Rink 1-3 3/3/70 R.I. Auditorium 1-4 11/29/74 Schneider Arena 4-2 12/10/77 Ingalls Rink 1-3 2/19/78 Schneider Arena 7-5 2/24/79 Schneider Arena 4-3 1/28/80 Ingalls Rink 4-3 2/27/81 Schneider Arena 3-4 1/9/82 Ingalls Rink 7-4 2/20/83 Schneider Arena 5-2 3/4/83 Schneider Arena 2-1 3/5/83 Schneider Arena 2-1 1/3/84 Ingalls Rink 5-2 11/28/97 Schneider Arena 5-2 11/28/98 Ingalls Rink 5-3 11/28/15 Schneider Arena 4-3 1/10/17 Ingalls Rink 3-1

L L W L (ot) L L L (ot) L L W L L

L L L L L L W W W W L L W L L W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W

HISTORY HISTORY&&RECORDS RECORDS

W W L W (ot) W W T (ot) W W L L

WAYNE STATE (1-1-0, .500) Date Site 11/5/04 Schneider Arena 11/6/04 Schneider Arena WESTERN MICHIGAN (3-2-0, .600) Date Site 10/27/95 Lawson Arena 10/28/95 Lawson Arena 11/29/96 Schneider Arena 11/30/96 Schneider Arena 12/28/01 Lawson Arena

SEASON IN REVIEW

U.S. NATIONAL UNDER-18 TEAM (1-0-1, .750) Date Site Score 01/23/11 Schneider Arena 5-4 W 10/15/14 Schneider Arena 3-3 T (ot) VERMONT (26-26-7, .500) Date Site Score 1/8/69 R.I. Auditorium 2-4 L 2/10/70 Gutterson Fieldhouse 5-3 W 11/20/70 R.I. Auditorium 11-2 W 3/04/75 Gutterson F’dhouse(ECAC)5-7 L 2/16/76 Gutterson Fieldhouse 6-7 L 12/5/76 Schneider Arena 3-5 L 2/9/77 Gutterson Fieldhouse 1-5 L 1/25/78 Schneider Arena 7-2 W 1/20/79 Gutterson Fieldhouse 2-11 L 1/20/80 Schneider Arena 2-1 W 11/18/80 Gutterson Fieldhouse 3-1 W 2/24/82 Schneider Arena 11-1 W 11/13/82 Gutterson Fieldhouse 5-4 W 12/1/83 Schneider Arena 3-3 T (ot) 12/29/87 Thompson Arena (ALS) 1-4 L 12/22/88 Gutterson Fieldhouse 4-5 L 12/29/89 Snively Arena 4-1 W 1/14/90 Schneider Arena 4-1 W 10/27/90 Gutterson Arena 7-3 W 10/25/91 Schneider Arena 2-5 L 11/1/92 Gutterson Arena 3-4 L 10/29/93 Schneider Arena 5-4 W 10/23/94 Gutterson Arena 0-8 L 12/3/96 Schneider Arena 3-4 L (ot) 12/27/97 Gutterson Fieldhouse 5-1 W 12/29/04 Thompson Arena 1-3 L 11/11/05 Gutterson Fieldhouse 2-6 L 2/3/06 Schneider Arena 1-4 L 2/4/06 Schneider Arena 3-3 T (ot) 11/10/06 Schneider Arena 2-4 L 2/2/07 Gutterson Fieldhouse 2-3 L 2/3/07 Gutterson Fieldhouse 4-1 W 12/1/07 Gutterson Fieldhouse 4-0 W 2/8/08 Schneider Arena 1-2 L 2/9/08 Schneider Arena 4-3 W (ot) 11/7/08 Schneider Arena 2-2 T (ot) 2/6/09 Gutterson Fieldhouse 1-4 L 2/7/09 Gutterson Fieldhouse 1-4 L 11/8/09 Gutterson Fieldhouse 0-3 L 2/5/10 Schneider Arena 1-5 L 2/6/10 Schneider Arena 1-1 T (ot) 11/6/10 Schneider Arena 3-3 T (ot) 2/4/11 Gutterson Fieldhouse 1-1 T (ot) 2/5/11 Gutterson Fieldhouse 1-7 L 11/4/11 Schneider Arena 5-2 W 11/5/11 Schneider Arena 5-1 W 1/15/12 Gutterson Fieldhouse 5-2 W 11/2/12 Gutterson Fieldhouse 3-2 W 11/3/12 Gutterson Fieldhouse 0-2 L 12/20/12 Schneider Arena 4-4 T (ot) 11/15/13 Gutterson Fieldhouse 3-2 W 11/16/13 Gutterson Fieldhouse 3-0 W 11/14/14 Schneider Arena 3-0 W 11/15/14 Schneider Arena 2-1 L 12/29/14 Gutterson Fieldhouse 3-0 W 1/15/16 Gutterson Fieldhouse 3-1 W 1/16/16 Gutterson Fieldhouse 6-3 W 1/13/17 Schneider Arena 4-3 L 1/14/17 Schneider Arena 4-1 W

TUFTS (3-3-0, .500) Date Site Score 11/29/52 R.I. Auditorium 4-8 L 02/27/53 Veterans Meml. Spts. Ctr. 2-5 L 12/8/54 R.I. Auditorium 9-7 W 12/22/54 Veterans Meml. Spts. Ctr. 11-12 L 12/28/55 R.I. Auditorium 10-7 W 02/19/60 Veterans Meml. Spts. Ctr. 16-1 W UNION (7-3-1, .682) Date Site Score 10/28/94 Schneider Arena 7-5 11/24/95 Achilles Rink 4-2 11/1/96 Achilles Rink 0-2 10/25/97 Schneider Arena 5-4 12/29/99 Houston Fieldhouse 3-1 10/29/00 Schneider Arena 8-0 11/20/01 Achilles Rink 4-4 10/11/02 Schneider Arena 5-2 12/7/07 Schneider Arena 5-2 11/29/08 Achilles Rink 2-4 3/29/14 Webster Bank Arena (NCAA) 3-1

Score 3-1 6-4 2-3 6-2 7-2

FACILITIES

ST. LOUIS (7-3-1, .682) Date Site 12/10/71 The Arena 12/11/71 The Arena 11/15/74 The Arena 11/17/74 The Arena 11/14/75 The Arena 11/16/75 The Arena 01/7/77 The Arena 01/9/77 The Arena 12/26/77 The Arena 12/28/78 The Arena 12/29/78 The Arena

US INTERNATIONAL (4-1-0, .800) Date Site 11/13/80 Schneider Arena 10/17/81 Mira Mesa House of Ice 10/18/81 Mira Mesa House of Ice 11/6/82 Mira Mesa House of Ice 11/7/82 Mira Mesa House of Ice

COACHES & STAFF

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS OVERALL CONFERENCE* YEARS COACH W L T PCT GF GA W L T PCT GF GA 1926-1927 Dr. Landry 1 1 0 .500 8 7 - - - — — — John Graham 0 4 0 .000 3 25 - - - — — — Clement Trihey 0 2 0 .000 2 7 - - - — — — 1926-1927 Total 1 7 0 .125 13 39 - - - — — — 1952-1953 Richard Rondeau 6 8 0 .429 66 79 - - - — — — 1953-1954 Richard Rondeau 4 10 0 .286 71 100 - - - — — — 1954-1955 Richard Rondeau 8 7 0 .533 84 87 4 1 0 0.800 42 28 1955-1956 Richard Rondeau 7 16 0 .304 100 152 - - - — — — 1956-1957 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 11 7 0 .611 109 88 - - - — — — 1957-1958 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 11 11 0 .500 89 101 - - - — — — 1958-1959 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 7 13 1 .357 95 94 - - - — — — 1959-1960 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 11 9 0 .550 110 69 - - - — — — 1960-1961 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 11 9 0 .550 120 90 - - - — — — 1961-1962 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 11 8 2 .571 110 77 11 8 2 .571 110 77 1962-1963 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 13 8 2 .609 98 63 13 4 2 .737 78 46 1963-1964 Thomas Eccleston, Jr. 19 7 0 .731 110 80 16 3 0 .842 88 56 1964-1965 Zellio Toppazzini 14 11 1 .558 110 100 7 9 1 .441 53 68 1965-1966 Zellio Toppazzini 7 14 0 .333 77 93 2 12 0 .143 42 77 1966-1967 Zellio Toppazzini 3 17 0 .150 46 136 2 13 0 .133 37 111 1967-1968 Zellio Toppazzini 7 18 0 .280 67 149 3 13 0 .188 32 114 1968-1969 Lou Lamoriello 7 14 0 .333 67 95 4 11 0 .267 43 76 1969-1970 Lou Lamoriello 11 12 2 .480 89 107 7 10 2 .421 65 85 1970-1971 Lou Lamoriello 17 11 0 .607 141 106 12 8 0 .600 97 76 1971-1972 Lou Lamoriello 14 9 1 .604 106 102 9 9 0 .500 74 86 1972-1973 Lou Lamoriello 11 14 0 .440 107 110 6 11 0 .353 62 79 1973-1974 Lou Lamoriello 14 11 1 .558 115 113 9 9 1 .500 83 103 1974-1975 Lou Lamoriello 19 7 1 .722 197 112 12 7 1 .625 134 82 1975-1976 Lou Lamoriello 14 15 2 .484 171 141 11 12 2 .480 132 111 1976-1977 Lou Lamoriello 17 13 0 .567 146 128 14 11 0 .560 124 105 1977-1978 Lou Lamoriello 17 15 2 .529 172 147 12 9 2 .565 116 95 1978-1979 Lou Lamoriello 16 10 2 .607 134 123 13 9 2 .583 105 102 1979-1980 Lou Lamoriello 21 11 0 .656 148 123 17 6 0 .739 104 82 1980-1981 Lou Lamoriello 17 15 1 .530 165 143 12 9 1 .568 106 90 1981-1982 Lou Lamoriello 20 12 1 .621 173 116 13 8 0 .619 119 80 1982-1983 Lou Lamoriello 33 10 0 .767 225 143 16 5 0 .762 118 86 1983-1984 Steve Stirling 21 11 2 .647 143 122 12 7 2 .619 84 78 1984-1985 Steve Stirling 23 17 5 .566 156 149 15 14 5 .515 119 127 1985-1986 Mike McShane 14 24 1 .382 122 160 11 22 1 .330 105 140 1986-1987 Mike McShane 7 23 3 .257 106 161 7 22 2 .260 104 156 1987-1988 Mike McShane 13 18 5 .431 135 165 8 13 5 .404 97 119 1988-1989 Mike McShane 22 18 2 .548 166 167 13 11 2 .538 106 112 1989-1990 Mike McShane 22 10 3 .671 154 106 11 7 3 .595 90 69 1990-1991 Mike McShane 22 12 2 .639 180 139 10 9 2 .524 94 84 1991-1992 Mike McShane 21 13 2 .611 175 134 11 8 2 .571 99 79 1992-1993 Mike McShane 16 16 4 .500 149 147 9 12 3 .438 91 109 1993-1994 Mike McShane 14 19 3 .431 120 149 9 13 2 .417 74 111 1994-1995 Paul Pooley 14 17 6 .459 158 159 7 11 6 .417 102 103 1995-1996 Paul Pooley 21 15 3 .577 142 135 12 9 3 .563 83 83 1996-1997 Paul Pooley 15 20 1 .431 141 137 12 11 1 .521 101 88 1997-1998 Paul Pooley 15 18 3 .458 110 125 9 13 2 .417 65 82 1998-1999 Paul Pooley 20 17 1 .539 159 134 12 11 1 .521 90 81 1999-2000 Paul Pooley 18 18 2 .500 114 122 10 13 1 .438 65 79 2000-2001 Paul Pooley 22 13 5 .613 131 108 13 8 3 .604 76 71 2001-2002 Paul Pooley 13 20 5 .408 115 129 8 13 3 .396 68 82 2002-2003 Paul Pooley 19 14 3 .569 126 104 12 9 3 .563 76 71 2003-2004 Paul Pooley 16 14 7 .527 106 92 7 11 6 .417 63 66 2004-2005 Paul Pooley 12 21 4 .378 85 108 6 14 4 .333 54 73 2005-2006 Tim Army 17 16 3 .514 105 94 14 10 3 .574 78 67 2006-2007 Tim Army 10 23 3 .319 76 108 9 15 3 .389 66 71 2007-2008 Tim Army 14 17 5 .452 91 99 11 11 5 .500 66 66 2008-2009 Tim Army 7 22 5 .279 77 133 4 18 5 .241 56 106 2009-2010 Tim Army 10 20 4 .353 68 99 5 18 4 .259 46 84 2010-2011 Tim Army 8 18 8 .353 75 121 4 16 7 .278 53 85 2011-2012 Nate Leaman 14 20 4 .368 94 122 10 14 3 .426 68 89 2012-2013 Nate Leaman 17 14 7 .539 105 90 13 8 6 .593 75 63 2013-2014 Nate Leaman 22 11 6 .641 115 88 11 7 2 .600 50 49 2014-2015 Nate Leaman 26 13 2 .646 123 84 13 8 1 .614 61 37 2015-2016 Nate Leaman 27 7 4 .763 124 71 16 3 3 .795 71 39 2016-2017 Nate Leaman 22 12 5 .628 116 92 12 7 3 .614 66 57 TOTALS 973 920 147 .513 7793 7559 571 592 123 .492 4626 4791 * - 1954-55: 1961-64: 1964-84: 1984- :

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

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1955-56 (7-16-0) Coach: Richard Rondeau Date/Site PC OPP 12-2 (H) 3 East Olympics 8 12-7 (H) 7 Williams 1 12-9 (A) 4 Princeton 7 12-10 (A) 2 Princeton 5 12-13 (A) 5 Harvard 4 12-16 (A) 5 Dartmouth 3 12-17 (A) 2 Rensselaer 6 12-26 (A) 3 Boston University 14 12-27 (N) 5 Dalhousie 6 12-28 (N) 10 Tufts 7 1-7 (H) 3 Brown 7 1-10 (H) 4 Harvard 5 1-14 (A) 3 Yale 10 1-31 (A) 10 Boston University 9 2-7 (A) 10 Holy Cross 3 2-9 (A) 3 A.I.C. 5 2-11 (N) 3 St. Francis Xavier 6 2-15 (H) 6 Northeastern 2 2-21 (A) 2 Brown 7 2-26 (A) 2 St. Lawrence 15 2-27 (A) 3 Clarkson 8 3-12 (A) 3 Dalhousie 6 3-13 (A) 2 Dalhousie 8

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1957-58 (11-11-0) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 11-30 (H) 6 A.I.C. 1 12-6 (H) 4 Rensselaer 2 12-7 (H) 7 Norwich 3 12-13 (A) 5 Princeton 2 12-15 (H) 7 Loyola (Quebec) 3 12-26 (A) 3 Boston University 7 12-27 (A) 10 Northeastern 2 12-28 (A) 2 Boston College 5 1-4 (A) 6 Northeastern 5 1-7 (H) 3 Brown 7 1-9 (A) 8 A.I.C. 2 1-15 (A) 3 Yale 5 1-18 (A) 4 Boston College 2 1-25 (A) 6 St. Lawrence 4 1-29 (A) 0 Army 5 2-1 (A) 2 St. Lawrence 7 2-3 (A) 1 Clarkson 9 2-8 (H) 3 Harvard 9 2-12 (H) 2 Boston College 3 2-19 (A) 1 Boston University 10 2-22 (A) 1 Harvard 6 2-25 (H) 5 Brown 2

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1956-57 (11-7-0) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 12-6 (H) 6 Harvard 3 12-8 (A) 8 Princeton 2 12-11 (A) 4 Brown 2 12-18 (A) 2 Harvard 10 12-27 (A) 2 Boston College 6 12-28 (N) 10 Northeastern 2 12-29 (N) 8 Dartmouth 2 1-4 (A) 2 Clarkson 7 1-5 (A) 2 St. Lawrence 8 1-9 (H) 10 A.I.C. 6 1-31 (A) 11 A.I.C. 3 2-3 (A) 6 Rensselaer 13 2-6 (A) 2 Yale 6 2-14 (H) 5 Northeastern 3 2-22 (A) 5 Norwich 4 2-23 (A) 3 Loyola (Quebec) 5 2-28 (H) 13 Holy Cross 0 3-6 (H) 13 Brown 6

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1952-53 (6-8-0) Coach: Richard Rondeau Date/Site PC 11-21 (H) 4 Brown 11-29 (H) 4 Tufts 12-10 (H) 3 Rhode Island 1-7 (A) 6 Army 1-29 (A) 4 A.I.C. 2-5 (H) 10 Holy Cross 2-11 (H) 5 Springfield 2-13 (A) 1 Rensselaer 2-17 (H) 7 A.I.C. 2-23 (H) 8 Springfield 2-25 (A) 4 Clarkson 2-27 (A) 2 Tufts 3-5 (A) 2 Dartmouth 3-6 (A) 6 Norwich

1954-55 (8-7-0) Coach: Richard Rondeau Date/Site PC OPP 12-7 (A) 2 Boston College 4 12-8 (H) 9 Tufts 7 12-13 (H) 5 Brown 2 12-17 (A) 3 Harvard 10 12-22 (A) 11 Tufts 12 1-4 (A) 5 Yale 6 1-5 (A) 1 Princeton 6 1-13 (H) 7 Northeastern 1 2-3 (A) 11 Springfield 2 2-9 (H) 5 Norwich 3 2-19 (A) 7 Williams 4 2-26 (A) 4 Clarkson 3 2-28 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 13

Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Brown '34 1956-64 Eight seasons (94-72-5) Tom Eccleston, Jr., became the Friars' fifth coach after spending 22 years at Burrillville High School where he coached teams to state championships in football, hockey and baseball. In his eight seasons at PC, Eccleston's teams had seven campaigns of .500 or better, appeared in post season play three times and advanced to the NCAA Finals during the 1963-64 season. The 1963-64 team, one of the college's best, went 19-7-0 on the way to a fourth-place finish in the national tournament. Eccleston retired following the 1963-64 season.

COACHES & STAFF

Richard Rondeau Dartmouth '44 1952-56 Four seasons (25-41-0) In 1952, hockey returned to Providence College. The Reverend Herman Schneider was the driving force behind hockey's return to the school. He also convinced former Dartmouth great Richard Rondeau to take on the job as coach of the Friars. Working part-time, Rondeau helped lay the groundwork for the new program. In his third season, the Friars produced their first winning season with an 8-7-0 mark. Rondeau stepped down following the 1955-56 season after four years behind the Friars' bench.

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1926-27 (1-7-0) Coach: Dr. Landry John Graham Clement Trihey Date/Site PC OPP 1-6 (A) 6 Springfield 4 1-15 (H) 2 Middlebury 3 1-21 (H) 1 Bowdoin 4 2-4 (H) 1 Springfield 4 2-12 (H) 1 New Hampshire 5 2-25 (H) 0 Boston University 12 3-1 (A) 1 Brown 4 3-11 (H) 1 Brown 3

1953-54 (4-10-0) Coach: Richard Rondeau Date/Site PC OPP 12-1 (H) 5 Boston College 8 12-5 (A) 3 Rensselaer 14 12-8 (H) 1 Harvard 10 12-22 (A) 4 Northeastern 5 1-5 (A) 3 Brown 7 1-7 (A) 4 Princeton 3 1-28 (A) 6 A.I.C. 1 2-2 (H) 1 Brown 9 2-6 (H) 7 Springfield 9 2-13 (A) 8 Holy Cross 2 2-16 (H) 3 Dartmouth 9 2-18 (A) 4 Springfield 8 2-27 (H) 15 Massachusetts 5 3-3 (A) 7 Yale 10

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Dr. Landry (1-1) John Graham (0-4) Clement Trihey (0-2) Providence College's first hockey team took the ice in the 1926-27 season and went 1-7-0. Dr. Landry coached the team for two games, winning the first game, 6-4 at Springfield. Team captain, John Graham, took over for the next four games, losing all four. Clement Trihey became the team's third coach for the final two games as Providence College's first hockey team closed out the year at 1-7-0. Due to lack of ice, the program was halted until the 1952 season.


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 1958-59 (7-13-1) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 12-2 (A) 4 Boston University 4 12-5 (H) 2 Clarkson 10 12-9 (A) 4 Rensselaer 5 12-13 (A) 2 Yale 3 12-18 (H) 7 St. Lawrence 6 12-19 (H) 5 Princeton 2 12-27 (A) 4 Boston University 6 12-29 (A) 2 Boston College 7 1-6 (H) 4 Northeastern 3 1-8 (A) 14 A.I.C. 1 1-10 (H) 4 Boston University 9 1-13 (A) 6 Harvard 3 1-24 (A) 1 Army 2 2-4 (H) 3 Harvard 4 2-10 (H) 4 Boston College 6 2-14 (H) 17 A.I.C. 6 2-18 (A) 3 Brown 4 2-21 (A) 3 Colby 1 2-25 (H) 1 Brown 4 2-28 (A) 3 Boston College 5 3-4 (A) 2 New Hampshire 3

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1959-60 (11-9-0) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 12-2 (A) 8 Brown 2 12-11 (A) 6 Princeton 3 12-28 (N) 2 Brown 1 12-29 (A) 4 Harvard 5 1-7 (A) 5 A.I.C. 6 1-12 (A) 1 Boston University 2 1-15 (A) 3 Clarkson 5 1-16 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 6 1-20 (A) 9 Yale 4 1-23 (A) 3 Army 2 2-1 (H) 7 Princeton 8 2-4 (H) 5 Boston College 1 2-13 (A) 7 Merrimack 1 2-19 (A) 16 Tufts 1 2-20 (A) 1 Colby 5 2-24 (H) 7 Harvard 0 2-27 (A) 4 Boston College 5 2-29 (A) 9 Northeastern 2 3-2 (H) 4 Boston University 7 3-5 (H) 6 Brown 3

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1960-61 (11-9-0) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 11-30 (H) 5 Brown 1 12-3 (H) 6 Boston University 7 12-10 (H) 13 Merrimack 3 12-14 (H) 5 Colby 4 12-16 (H) 2 Clarkson 7 12-27 (N) 3 Army 2 12-28 (N) 5 Dalhousie 4 12-29 (A) 10 Northeastern 3 1-4 (H) 5 Northeastern 6 1-7 (A) 3 Rensselaer 10 1-11 (A) 5 Princeton 6 1-27 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 10 1-30 (H) 1 Boston College 4 2-2 (A) 4 Yale 3 2-11 (A) 2 Boston College 7 2-18 (A) 8 Merrimack 3 2-22 (H) 10 New Hampshire 3 2-25 (H) 7 Army 2 2-28 (A) 4 Boston University 5 3-2 (A) 9 Brown 0

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1962-63 (13-8-2) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 12-8 (A) 3 Merrimack 2 12-11 (H) 9 Merrimack 1 12-14 (A) 14 Princeton 3 12-27 (N) 4 Minnesota 5 12-28 (A) 3 Rensselaer 3 12-29 (N) 2 McMaster 6 1-5 (H) 4 New Hampshire 2 1-11 (A) 4 Boston College 3 1-23 (H) 8 Colby 4 1-31 (H) 2 Boston College 3 2-2 (A) 2 Rensselaer 5 2-6 (H) 1 Clarkson 1 2-8 (A) 6 Colby 2 2-9 (A) 6 Bowdoin 3 2-13 (A) 1 Army 0 2-16 (H) 8 Northeastern 1 2-19 (H) 4 Rensselaer 1 2-22 (A) 5 Norwich 4 2-27 (H) 2 Brown 4 3-1 (H) 3 St. Lawrence 4 3-2 (A) 4 Boston University 0 3-5 (A) 1 St. Lawrence (ECAC) 2 3-6 (A) 2 Brown 4

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1963-64 (19-7-0) Coach: Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Date/Site PC OPP 11-30 (H) 5 Colby 2 12-7 (A) 1 Boston College 4 12-11 (H) 6 Merrimack 0 12-14 (A) 3 Rensselaer 2 12-18 (A) 3 Yale 1 1-3 (N) 5 Colorado College 8 1-4 (N) 2 McGill 3 1-10 (A) 6 Northeastern 5 1-26 (A) 2 Colby 1 1-28 (H) 9 Boston College 8 2-5 (H) 7 Brown 6 2-7 (H) 5 Princeton 2 2-8 (A) 4 Army 5 2-12 (A) 4 Boston University 3 2-15 (A) 6 Merrimack 1 2-19 (H) 4 Rensselaer 5 2-21 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 2 2-22 (A) 6 Clarkson 4 2-26 (A) 5 Brown 3 2-28 (A) 6 New Hampshire 1 3-4 (H) 3 Boston University 1 3-10 (H) 3 Colgate (ECAC) 2 3-13 (N) 6 Clarkson (ECAC) 5 3-14 (N) 3 St. Lawrence (ECAC) 1 3-20 (N) 2 Michigan (NCAA) 3 3-21 (N) 1 Rensselaer (NCAA) 2

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Zellio Toppazzini 1964-1968 Four seasons (31-60-1) The Friars drew their sixth coach from the professional ranks, naming Providence Reds star Zellio Toppazzini coach in 1964. "Topper" began his pro career in 1947, playing in the National Hockey League with Boston, New York and Chicago and the American Hockey League with Hershey, Cincinnati and Providence. He is a member of the Providence Reds Hall of Fame. In his first season at PC, "Topper" led the Friars to the ECAC playoffs and a 14-11-1 record. A native of Copper Cliff, Ontario, Toppazzini saw his two sons, Mike and Hugh, go on to play hockey at Providence in the 1980's. 1964-65 (14-11-1) Coach: Zellio Toppazzini Date/Site PC OPP 12-5 (H) 1 Boston College 6 12-9 (A) 6 Merrimack 2 12-12 (H) 3 Rensselaer 3 12-16 (H) 5 Yale 3 12-18 (A) 1 Harvard 2 12-22 (N) 1 Northeastern 2 12-23 (N) 3 Clarkson 9 1-1 (N) 3 Colorado College 5 1-2 (N) 6 Michigan St. 5 1-5 (A) 3 Princeton 2 1-9 (A) 7 Bowdoin 4 1-11 (A) 1 Boston University 4 1-21 (H) 13 New Hampshire 3 1-23 (A) 4 Colby 3 1-25 (A) 4 Army 3 1-27 (H) 0 Boston University 5 2-2 (H) 8 Merrimack 2 2-10 (H) 6 Clarkson 1 2-13 (H) 7 Colby 3 2-17 (H) 5 Northeastern 3 2-19 (A) 4 Boston College 8 2-23 (H) 3 Brown 5 2-28 (H) 5 St. Lawrence 2 3-3 (A) 4 Brown 7 3-6 (A) 4 Colgate 3 3-10 (A) 3 Boston Univ. (ECAC) 5

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1965-66 (7-14-0) Coach: Zellio Toppazzini Date/Site PC OPP 11-21 (H) 8 St. Nick's (EX) 6 12-2 (H) 6 Merrimack 3 12-7 (H) 3 East Olympics (EX) 10 12-10 (A) 2 Colgate 6 12-11 (A) 8 Rensselaer 4 12-14 (A) 6 New Hampshire 0 12-16 (H) 5 Princeton 4 12-18 (A) 1 Brown 3 12-29 (N) 1 Minnesota-Duluth 4 12-30 (N) 0 McGill 3 1-8 (H) 7 Bowdoin 1 1-11 (A) 2 Yale 3 1-15 (A) 10 Colby 2 2-1 (A) 4 Northeastern 8 2-4 (H) 2 Boston University 6

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1971-72 (14-9-1) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-23 (A) 6 Merrimack 2 11-27 (H) 6 Pennsylvania 3 11-30 (H) 2 Boston College 5 12-4 (H) 2 Princeton 3 12-7 (A) 7 Northeastern 2 12-10 (A) 5 St. Louis 5 12-11 (A) 4 St. Louis 2 1-4 (A) 8 Boston College 3 1-6 (A) 7 Boston State 2 1-14 (A) 6 Colgate 3 1-15 (A) 5 Rensselaer 7 1-26 (H) 2 Boston University 7 1-28 (H) 5 Army 4 2-1 (H) 5 Brown 6 2-4 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 8 2-5 (A) 4 Clarkson 3 2-9 (H) 3 Merrimack 2

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1968-69 (7-14-0) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-30 (A) 2 Brown 3 12-3 (H) 7 Merrimack 3 12-6 (H) 3 St. Lawrence 4 12-12 (A) 5 Northeastern 4 12-19 (H) 2 Ohio University 3 1-8 (H) 2 Vermont 4 1-10 (H) 2 Colgate 4 1-23 (A) 1 Boston University 12 1-25 (A) 1 Yale 3 1-29 (A) 2 Princeton 6 1-31 (H) 5 Army 1 2-5 (A) 3 New Hampshire 4 2-7 (H) 7 Northeastern 3 2-8 (A) 3 Merrimack 2 2-13 (H) 0 Boston University 7 2-15 (A) 7 Boston State 2 2-17 (H) 4 Boston College 7 2-19 (H) 4 Brown 2 2-22 (A) 3 Bowdoin 5 2-28 (A) 1 Boston College 10 3-1 (H) 3 Clarkson 6

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1970-71 (17-11-0) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-20 (H) 11 Vermont 2 11-25 (A) 3 Minnesota-Duluth 10 11-26 (N) 1 Michigan Tech 5 11-27 (N) 3 Calgary 6 12-2 (H) 8 St. Lawrence 4 12-11 (A) 7 Boston College 2 12-28 (A) 1 Boston University 4 12-29 (N) 5 Northeastern 1 1-8 (A) 4 New Hampshire 6 1-10 (A) 6 Boston State 4 1-13 (H) 9 Brown 4 1-18 (A) 3 Northeastern 1 1-23 (A) 8 Princeton 3 1-27 (H) 1 Boston University 7 1-29 (A) 2 Pennsylvania 4 1-30 (A) 3 Army 0 2-2 (H) 6 Boston College 4 2-6 (H) 2 Clarkson 4 2-9 (A) 3 Merrimack 2 2-12 (H) 8 Massachusetts 1 2-16 (H) 8 New Hampshire 6 2-18 (H) 9 Merrimack 3 2-20 (H) 8 Rensselaer 4 2-26 (H) 8 Colgate 2 2-27 (A) 3 Boston University 6 3-2 (A) 1 Brown 5 3-4 (H) 7 Northeastern 3 3-9 (A) 3 Cornell (ECAC) 6

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1967-68 (7-18-0) Coach: Zellio Toppazzini Date/Site PC OPP 11-23 (A) 8 Trent University 3 11-25 (A) 3 Laurentian 4 11-26 (A) 5 Laurentian 2 11-29 (H) 8 Bowdoin 3 12-1 (H) 4 Pennsylvania 1 12-2 (A) 0 Brown 9 12-5 (H) 2 Merrimack 7 12-8 (A) 1 Colgate 8 12-9 (A) 4 Rensselaer 9 12-12 (H) 0 Brown 5 12-29 (N) 2 Loyola (Quebec) 8 12-30 (N) 2 Carleton 3 1-3 (A) 2 Northeastern 1 1-6 (A) 3 Army 5 1-11 (A) 1 New Hampshire 5 1-12 (H) 2 Princeton 3 1-30 (H) 3 Boston College 9 2-2 (H) 2 Boston University 13 2-7 (A) 4 Yale 1 2-9 (A) 0 Boston College 13 2-13 (A) 2 Merrimack 3 2-20 (H) 3 Boston State 2 2-23 (A) 2 St. Lawrence 7 2-24 (A) 3 Clarkson 11 3-2 (A) 1 Boston University 14

Lou Lamoriello Providence '63 1968-1983 15 seasons (248-179-13) Lou Lamoriello, who has more wins than any coach in Providence College hockey history, has done just about everything since coming to the school as a student in 1959. As a player he played both hockey and baseball. He still ranks 33rd on the PC scoring list with 58 goals and 60 assists for 118 points in 64 career games. Following graduation, Lamoriello served as assistant coach to Zellio Toppazzini. In 15 seasons as head coach, the Providence native racked up 248 wins and saw 11 of his 15 teams qualify for post season play with teams in 1978, 1981 and 1983 advancing to the NCAA Tournament. Lamoriello's final team, the 1982-83 squad, quite possibly the greatest in PC history, went 33-10-0 and finished third in the NCAA's. Following that season, the popular coach stepped down to take over as athletic director on a full-time basis after assuming that role in July, 1983. He went on to become the driving force in forming HOCKEY EAST and served as the league's first director from 1984-1987. In June, 1987, Lamoriello stepped down as PC's Athletic Director and HOCKEY EAST's Director to become President and General Manager of the National Hockey League's New Jersey Devils. After spending 28 seasons in the Devils organization, he was announced as the 16th General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs on July 23, 2015. Lamoriello was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 9, 2009 in Toronto.

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1966-67 (3-17-0) Coach: Zellio Toppazzini Date/Site PC OPP 12-6 (H) 1 Boston University 9 12-10 (H) 7 Rensselaer 6 12-13 (A) 4 Princeton 3 12-29 (N) 0 Loyola 5 12-30 (N) 3 Wisconsin 5 1-4 (H) 1 Colgate 10 1-7 (A) 1 Army 5 1-11 (A) 1 Brown 7 1-14 (A) 1 Bowdoin 4 1-27 (H) 4 St. Lawrence 5 2-1 (H) 2 Yale 7 2-4 (H) 1 Northeastern 6 2-11 (A) 1 Merrimack 9 2-14 (H) 4 Clarkson 5 2-16 (A) 0 Boston College 9 2-18 (H) 4 Colby 2 2-20 (H) 5 New Hampshire 6 2-22 (H) 1 Brown 9 2-24 (A) 3 Boston University 11 3-4 (H) 2 Boston College 13

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(A) 2 New Hampshire 8 (H) 4 Northeastern 3 (A) 3 Brown 2 (H) 5 New Hampshire 2 (A) 4 Boston University 6 (A) 7 Massachusetts 3 (A) 1 Cornell (ECAC) 11

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1972-73 (11-14-0) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-28 (A) 10 Merrimack 3 12-2 (A) 6 Princeton 5 12-5 (H) 7 New Hampshire 8 12-8 (A) 6 Boston College 6 12-28 (N) 5 Minnesota-Duluth 5 12-29 (A) 1 Rensselaer 4 12-30 (N) 8 Carleton 1 1-5 (A) 9 Bowling Green 6 1-6 (A) 3 Bowling Green 5 1-9 (H) 7 Northeastern 4 1-13 (A) 6 Army 1 1-19 (H) 7 St. Lawrence 9 1-20 (H) 4 Merrimack 2 1-23 (A) 2 Pennsylvania 4 1-25 (H) 4 Massachusetts 3 1-30 (A) 2 Northeastern 6 2-1 (H) 3 Brown 5 2-3 (H) 3 Clarkson 2 2-6 (A) 2 New Hampshire 1 2-9 (A) 1 Boston University 8 2-13 (A) 3 Boston State 5 2-17 (A) 4 Brown 5 2-21 (H) 0 Rensselaer 3 2-28 (H) 3 Boston University 0 3-2 (H) 3 Boston College 8

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1973-74 (14-11-1) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-24 (H) 1 Pennsylvania 0 11-26 (H) 5 Merrimack 8 11-30 (H) 6 Colgate 2 12-5 (A) 2 Boston University 4 12-8 (A) 5 Colgate 5 12-11 (H) 5 Boston College 10 12-14 (H) 3 Princeton 5 1-3 (A) 8 Army 3 1-5 (H) 3 Rensselaer 2 1-6 (H) 3 Loyola (Quebec) 1 1-10 (H) 6 Brown 1 1-16 (A) 4 Merrimack 3 1-19 (H) 7 Massachusetts 3 1-22 (A) 5 Northeastern 2 1-26 (A) 6 Rensselaer 3 2-1 (A) 2 Clarkson 6 2-2 (A) 7 St. Lawrence 4 2-7 (A) 2 New Hampshire 7 2-8 (H) 4 Northeastern 7 2-11 (H) 10 Dartmouth 7 2-15 (H) 2 New Hampshire 1 2-20 (A) 2 Brown 7 2-23 (H) 8 Boston State 1 2-26 (H) 3 Boston University 6 3-1 (A) 3 Boston College 6 3-5 (A) 3 Harvard (ECAC) 9

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1974-75 (19-7-1) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-11 (A) 4 Merrimack 1 11-15 (A) 4 St. Louis 2 11-17 (A) 5 St. Louis 4 11-23 (H) 5 Boston University 7 11-26 (A) 7 Pennsylvania 4 11-29 (H) 4 Yale 2 12-4 (A) 4 New Hampshire 4

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(H) 11 Loyola (Quebec) (H) 6 Boston College (A) 4 Boston College (A) 8 Colgate (A) 5 Brown (A) 11 Princeton (H) 9 St. Lawrence (A) 6 Northeastern (H) 11 Merrimack (H) 9 Brown (H) 7 Clarkson (H) 8 Massachusetts (H) 5 New Hampshire (A) 11 Rensselaer (H) 3 Northeastern (H) 15 Norwich (A) 11 Colgate (A) 12 Dartmouth (H) 7 Rensselaer (A) 5 Vermont (ECAC)

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1975-76 (14-15-2) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-9 (H) 5 Merrimack 6 11-14 (A) 6 St. Louis 8 11-16 (A) 0 St. Louis 8 11-19 (A) 8 Colgate 6 11-23 (H) 9 Lake Superior St. 1 11-25 (A) 9 Merrimack 5 11-30 (A) 3 Boston University 5 12-2 (H) 10 Massachusetts 2 12-5 (A) 5 Rensselaer 4 12-10 (H) 6 Boston College 5 12-13 (H) 7 Princeton 5 12-27 (N) 4 Northeastern 0 12-28 (N) 9 Princeton 2 12-29 (A) 3 Rensselaer 3 1-3 (A) 5 Northeastern 6 1-7 (A) 9 Brown 6 1-11 (H) 8 Rensselaer 10 1-14 (H) 4 Harvard 4 1-17 (A) 5 Harvard 6 1-20 (H) 9 Pennsylvania 2 1-22 (H) 6 U.S. Olympic (EX) 3 1-29 (A) 7 St. Lawrence 3 1-31 (N) 3 Clarkson 6 2-4 (H) 3 Northeastern 4 2-7 (H) 12 Colgate 1 2-10 (H) 2 Dartmouth 4 2-13 (H) 3 New Hampshire 1 2-16 (A) 6 Vermont 7 2-19 (A) 1 New Hampshire 5 2-25 (H) 2 Brown 4 2-27 (A) 5 Boston College 7 3-5 (H) 2 Boston University 5

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1976-77 (17-13-0) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-13 (H) 4 Merrimack 3 11-16 (A) 6 Merrimack 5 11-20 (A) 7 Pennsylvania 0 11-21 (A) 4 Princeton 0 11-28 (H) 9 Boston University 3 12-1 (A) 5 Harvard 4 12-5 (H) 3 Vermont 5 12-8 (H) 4 Boston College 7 12-13 (A) 1 Boston College 4 12-30 (A) 3 Northeastern 4 1-2 (N) 6 Dartmouth 4 1-3 (A) 4 New Hampshire 6 1-7 (A) 4 St. Louis 7 1-9 (A) 5 St. Louis 2 1-13 (H) 7 Brown 4 1-17 (H) 5 Harvard 4 1-21 (H) 8 St. Lawrence 5

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(A) 2 New Hampshire (A) 3 Brown (H) 8 Colgate (A) 4 Dartmouth (A) 1 Vermont (H) 2 Clarkson (H) 7 New Hampshire (A) 7 Colgate (A) 7 Rensselaer (H) 4 Rensselaer (H) 11 Northeastern (A) 6 Boston University (A) 3 Clarkson (ECAC)

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1977-78 (17-15-2) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-2 (A) 4 Bowling Green 5 11-4 (A) 4 Ohio State 8 11-5 (A) 4 Ohio State 6 11-10 (A) 9 Merrimack 4 11-14 (H) 10 Rensselaer 3 11-18 (A) 6 Clarkson 10 11-19 (A) 4 St. Lawrence 5 11-27 (A) 2 Boston University 4 12-1 (H) 4 Harvard 6 12-6 (A) 3 New Hampshire 8 12-10 (A) 1 Yale 3 12-11 (H) 7 Princeton 2 12-26 (A) 4 St. Louis 2 12-29 (A) 4 Minnesota 6 12-30 (A) 9 Minnesota-Duluth 5 1-4 (A) 4 Brown 2 1-7 (A) 5 Cornell 5 1-11 (H) 10 Pennsylvania 1 1-15 (H) 5 Brown 7 1-19 (A) 4 Rensselaer 3 1-25 (H) 7 Vermont 2 1-28 (H) 5 Northeastern 3 1-31 (A) 3 Boston College 6 2-4 (H) 2 Boston University 4 2-15 (H) 8 New Hampshire 6 2-19 (H) 7 Yale 5 2-22 (H) 3 Colgate 3 2-24 (H) 4 Dartmouth 1 2-27 (A) 8 Northeastern 5 3-3 (H) 4 Boston College 0 3-7 (A) 8 Cornell (ECAC) 5 3-10 (N) 5 Boston Univ. (ECAC) 1 3-11 (N) 2 Boston College (ECAC) 4 3-19 (A) 3 Boston Univ. (NCAA) 5

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1978-79 (16-10-2) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-14 (A) 8 Colgate 4 11-19 (H) 6 St. Lawrence 4 11-26 (A) 2 Boston University 3 11-29 (H) 2 Harvard 5 12-2 (A) 4 Northeastern 3 12-5 (H) 4 Rensselaer 3 12-8 (A) 2 Boston College 4 12-28 (A) 9 St. Louis 5 12-29 (A) 7 St. Louis 4 1-5 (N) 4 New Hampshire 5 1-6 (N) 2 Clarkson 7 1-10 (H) 3 Brown 5 1-14 (H) 3 Clarkson 1 1-20 (A) 2 Vermont 11 1-25 (H) 7 Boston College 1 1-28 (A) 4 Princeton 4 1-31 (H) 5 Harvard 3 2-3 (A) 7 Brown 5 2-6 (A) 7 Dartmouth 4 2-9 (H) 4 Boston University 5 2-12 (A) 3 New Hampshire 4 2-14 (H) 8 Merrimack 6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS (H) 4 Cornell (H) 6 New Hampshire (H) 4 Yale (A) 7 Rensselaer (H) 5 Northeastern (A) 5 Cornell (ECAC)

1979-80 (21-11-0) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-13 (H) 3 Merrimack 6 11-16 (A) 3 Bowling Green 5 11-17 (A) 2 Bowling Green 3 11-25 (H) 0 Boston University 3 11-28 (H) 6 Harvard 3 12-1 (A) 6 Rensselaer 3 12-4 (A) 7 Northeastern 5 12-9 (H) 8 Colgate 3 12-27 (N) 4 Minnesota-Duluth 3 12-28 (N) 9 St. Lawrence 4 12-29 (N) 4 Brown 2 1-1 (H) 4 Denver 6 1-5 (A) 4 Maine 3 1-10 (H) 2 Brown 8 1-13 (H) 8 Northeastern 6 1-17 (H) 4 Rensselaer 3 1-20 (H) 2 Vermont 1 1-25 (A) 1 Boston College 4 1-28 (A) 4 Yale 3 2-1 (H) 5 Clarkson 2 2-2 (H) 6 St. Lawrence 0 2-5 (H) 3 Dartmouth 5 2-8 (A) 3 Boston University 2 2-14 (A) 5 New Hampshire 4 2-19 (H) 6 Princeton 5 2-22 (H) 7 New Hampshire 4 2-25 (H) 5 Maine 6 3-1 (H) 6 Boston College 2 3-5 (A) 2 Cornell 5 3-11 (H) 8 Colgate (ECAC) 3 3-14 (N) 5 Cornell (ECAC) 6 3-15 (N) 6 Clarkson (ECAC) 5

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1981-82 (20-12-1) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 10-17 (A) 6 U.S. International 4 10-18 (A) 2 U.S. International 3 10-30 (A) 0 North Dakota 6 10-31 (A) 6 North Dakota 5 11-6 (N) 9 Merrimack 0 11-7 (N) 2 Moncton 2 11-18 (A) 1 Northeastern 8 11-21 (H) 6 Merrimack 1 11-24 (A) 5 Cornell 2 11-29 (H) 5 Boston University 3 12-2 (A) 6 Rensselaer 7 12-5 (A) 4 New Hampshire 5 12-9 (H) 7 Princeton 4 12-13 (H) 5 Harvard 6 12-28 (A) 4 Wisconsin 5 12-29 (A) 4 Wisconsin 0 1-5 (A) 6 Maine 3 1-9 (A) 7 Yale 4 1-12 (A) 3 Boston College 5 1-16 (H) 5 Clarkson 6 1-19 (A) 5 Boston University 2 1-24 (H) 3 Boston College 5 1-27 (H) 5 Lowell 3 1-31 (H) 9 Dartmouth 2 2-2 (H) 8 Salem State 3 2-6 (H) 11 Maine 0 2-10 (H) 2 Northeastern 4 2-16 (H) 8 Brown 4 2-20 (H) 4 St. Lawrence 2 2-24 (H) 11 Vermont 1 3-1 (H) 7 Colgate 3 3-5 (H) 5 New Hampshire 4 3-9 (A) 2 New Hampshire (ECAC) 4

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1982-83 (33-10-0) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 10-15 (H) 8 Dalhousie 5 10-16 (H) 7 Dalhousie 8 10-22 (H) 6 North Dakota 3 10-23 (H) 2 North Dakota 6 11-2 (A) 10 Alaska-Anchorage 2 11-3 (A) 8 Alaska-Anchorage 0 11-6 (A) 6 U.S. International 2 11-7 (A) 7 U.S. International 2 11-13 (A) 5 Vermont 4 11-17 (H) 6 Northeastern 5 11-20 (H) 9 Maine 2 11-23 (H) 8 Merrimack 1 11-28 (A) 3 Boston University 2 12-1 (A) 4 New Hampshire 7 12-5 (H) 5 Boston College 1 12-8 (A) 5 Princeton 4 12-12 (H) 6 Salem State 2 12-28 (A) 9 St. Mary's 2 12-29 (A) 5 Dalhousie 2 1-4 (A) 8 Dartmouth 4 1-9 (H) 9 Rensselaer 2 1-13 (A) 4 St. Lawrence 9 1-15 (A) 4 Clarkson 3 1-18 (A) 5 Northeastern 3 1-22 (A) 7 Maine 6 1-26 (H) 5 New Hampshire 3 1-30 (H) 6 Cornell 5 2-4 (A) 4 Boston College 2 2-9 (A) 5 Harvard 8 2-11 (A) 7 Brown 4 2-12 (H) 8 Brown 0 2-15 (H) 4 Lowell 6 2-20 (H) 5 Yale 2 2-23 (H) 3 Boston University 4

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(A) 2 Colgate 6 (H) 2 Yale (ECAC) 1 (H) 2 Yale (ECAC) 1 (N) 1 St. Lawrence (ECAC) 0 (N) 1 Harvard (ECAC) 4 (H) 7 Minn.-Duluth (NCAA) 3 (H) 3 Minn.-Duluth (NCAA) 2 (N) 0 Wisconsin (NCAA) 2 (N) 4 Minnesota (NCAA) 3

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Steve Stirling Boston University '71 1983-85 Two seasons (44-28-7) Steve Stirling came to Providence to succeed Lou Lamoriello in 1983 after a highly successful coaching career at Babson. A hockey All-American, Stirling played at Boston University where he captained the 1971 national championship team. After six years of pro hockey, the former Boston University great began his coaching career at Babson where he compiled an 88-42-5 record. In two seasons with the Friars, Stirling put together back-to-back 20-win seasons. His 1983-84 team lost in the ECAC playoffs to Boston College. A year later, the first for HOCKEY EAST, Stirling's team finished third in the regular season, but won the tournament. The "Cinderella" Friars then advanced all the way to the NCAA Finals where they lost in the finals to RPI, by a 2-1 score. Following the season, Stirling resigned as the Friars' coach to return to Babson. 1983-84 (21-11-2) Coach: Steve Stirling Date/Site PC OPP 10-14 (A) 2 North Dakota 6 10-15 (A) 4 North Dakota 2 10-21 (H) 4 Dalhousie 3 10-22 (H) 6 Dalhousie 3 10-26 (H) 2 Concordia 3 11-1 (A) 8 Lowell 3 11-8 (A) 1 Rensselaer 7 11-12 (H) 4 Northeastern 7 11-14 (H) 6 Merrimack 3 11-19 (A) 7 Maine 6 11-20 (A) 4 Lowell 1 11-27 (H) 5 Boston University 3 12-1 (H) 3 Vermont 3 12-4 (H) 3 New Hampshire 6 12-8 (H) 7 Princeton 4 12-12 (A) 2 Boston College 1 12-29 (N) 6 New Brunswick 2 12-30 (N) 5 Toronto 6 1-3 (A) 5 Yale 2 1-7 (A) 5 Cornell 6 1-12 (H) 0 Harvard 2 1-17 (H) 3 Maine 2 1-20 (H) 4 Salem State 2 1-23 (H) 6 Northeastern 2 1-28 (H) 6 Dartmouth 2 1-31 (H) 3 Colgate 3 2-2 (H) 5 Boston College 2 2-8 (H) 5 Brown 2

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1980-81 (17-15-1) Coach: Lou Lamoriello Date/Site PC OPP 11-8 (H) 9 Merrimack 4 11-13 (H) 3 U.S. International 1 11-18 (A) 3 Vermont 1 11-21 (A) 3 Minnesota-Duluth 4 11-22 (A) 8 Minnesota-Duluth 9 11-29 (A) 1 Boston University 8 12-5 (H) 3 Boston College 3 12-9 (H) 4 Northeastern 6 12-14 (A) 3 Princeton 4 12-28 (A) 4 Minnesota 5 12-29 (A) 7 Minnesota 8 1-3 (A) 4 Maine 3 1-9 (A) 4 Colgate 5 1-14 (A) 3 Harvard 1 1-17 (A) 7 St. Lawrence 2 1-19 (A) 3 Clarkson 8 1-23 (H) 5 Rensselaer 6 1-26 (H) 7 Brown 4 2-1 (A) 6 Dartmouth 5 2-6 (A) 5 Boston College 2 2-11 (H) 5 New Hampshire 6 2-15 (H) 3 Boston University 2 2-18 (A) 9 Brown 4 2-21 (A) 8 Northeastern 5 2-24 (H) 3 Cornell 4 2-27 (H) 3 Yale 4 3-2 (H) 12 Maine 4 3-5 (A) 5 New Hampshire 4 3-10 (A) 5 Boston College (ECAC) 2 3-13 (N) 4 Clarkson (ECAC) 3 3-14 (N) 8 Cornell (ECAC) 4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 2-12 (A) 0 New Hampshire 5 2-17 (H) 8 St. Lawrence 5 2-19 (H) 3 Clarkson 8 2-24 (A) 3 Boston University 0 3-2 (A) 3 Boston College (ECAC) 6 3-3 (A) 5 Boston College (ECAC) 3 3-3 (A) 0 Boston College (ECAC) 1 (ECAC mini-game) 1984-85 (23-17-5, 15-14-5 HE) Coach: Steve Stirling Date/Site PC OPP 10-12 (H) 5 North Dakota 4 10-13 (H) 7 North Dakota 3 10-20 (A) 1 Maine 2 10-26 (H) 6 Wisconsin 5 10-27 (H) 2 Wisconsin 5 10-31 (A) 6 Lowell 8 11-4 (H) 0 Boston College 5 11-9 (A) 2 Northern Michigan 1 11-10 (A) 5 Northern Michigan 2 11-17 (H) 3 Minnesota 3 11-18 (H) 3 Minnesota 2 11-23 (H) 3 Colorado College 4 11-24 (H) 10 Colorado College 1 12-1 (A) 3 New Hampshire 2 12-7 (A) 2 Northeastern 5 12-11 (H) 3 Boston University 7 12-28 (A) 2 Minnesota-Duluth 9 12-29 (A) 2 Minnesota-Duluth 3 1-5 (A) 3 Michigan Tech 3 1-6 (A) 3 Michigan Tech 8 1-9 (A) 3 Brown 4 1-13 (H) 6 Merrimack 1 1-16 (H) 4 Northeastern 3 1-19 (A) 2 Boston College 5 1-25 (A) 5 Denver 4 1-26 (A) 4 Denver 2 1-29 (H) 5 Salem State 2 2-3 (H) 7 Lowell 3 2-7 (A) 3 Boston University 3 2-10 (H) 4 New Hampshire 2 2-14 (H) 2 Northeastern 2 2-17 (A) 1 New Hampshire 4 2-19 (H) 3 Boston University 2 2-23 (A) 2 Lowell 2 2-27 (A) 6 Boston College 4 3-2 (H) 1 Maine 5 3-3 (H) 3 Maine 4 3-10 (H) 3 Northeastern (HE) 2 3-11 (H) 3 Northeastern (HE) 0 3-15 (N) 5 Boston Univ. (HE) 2 3-16 (N) 2 Boston College (HE) 1 3-23 (A) 2 Michigan State (NCAA) 3 3-24 (A) 4 Michigan State (NCAA) 2 3-28 (N) 4 Boston College (NCAA) 3 3-29 (N) 1 Rensselaer (NCAA) 2

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Mike McShane New Hampshire '71 1985-1994 Nine seasons (151-153-31) Mike McShane spent nine seasons behind the Providence College bench leading the Friars to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances in 1989 and 1991. McShane's teams racked up four consecutive 20-win seasons between 1988 and 1992. A 1971 graduate of New Hampshire, McShane came to Providence in 1985 and after three rebuilding seasons, saw his 1988-89 team start the year at 1-9-0 before going 21-9-2 over the final 32 games and advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Following the season, McShane was named the New England Coach of the Year. The Wakefield, Massachusetts native is third on PC's all-time win list with 151 victories and recorded 244 wins in 14 seasons between Providence and St. Lawrence where he started his Division I coaching career in 1980. McShane picked up his 200th career win on November 24, 1991 when PC blanked Merrimack, 4-0, at Schneider Arena. He resigned as the Friars' head coach April 22, 1994 with a career mark of 244-218-31. 1985-86 (14-24-1, 11-22-1 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP 10-25 (A) 5 New Hampshire 4 W 10-29 (H) 3 Boston University 4 L 11-3 (H) 2 Lowell 6 L 11-5 (A) 1 Boston College 5 L 11-8 (A) 5 Maine 2 W 11-9 (A) 6 Maine 5 W 11-12 (A) 1 Northeastern 2 L 11-15 (A) 2 Colorado College 3 L 11-16 (A) 7 Colorado College 5 W 11-22 (H) 7 New Hampshire 4 W 11-29 (H) 7 Michigan Tech 6 W 11-30 (H) 5 Michigan Tech 5 T (ot) 12-3 (H) 2 Lowell 5 L 12-6 (H) 5 Denver 6 L (ot) 12-7 (H) 4 Denver 3 W (ot) 12-10 (A) 2 Boston University 4 L 12-13 (A) 4 Northeastern 5 L (ot) 12-28 (H) 4 Northern Michigan 3 W 12-29 (H) 1 Northern Michigan 5 L 1-3 (A) 3 Wisconsin 4 L 1-4 (A) 3 Wisconsin 4 L (ot) 1-14 (H) 4 Boston College 1 W 1-17 (H) 3 Minnesota-Duluth 6 L 1-18 (H) 0 Minnesota-Duluth 6 L 1-24 (A) 1 Minnesota 4 L 1-25 (A) 3 Minnesota 5 L 1-31 (A) 1 North Dakota 4 L 2-1 (A) 2 North Dakota 5 L 2-6 (A) 1 Northeastern 4 L 2-9 (H) 2 Maine 3 L 2-12 (H) 1 Boston College 5 L 2-16 (H) 4 New Hampshire 2 W 2-22 (A) 0 Boston University 2 L 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY FRIARS.COM

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1987-88 (13-18-5, 8-13-5 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP 10-25 (H) 4 Boston College 8 10-31 (A) 5 Northeastern 3 11-4 (H) 4 Lowell 2 11-7 (H) 4 Northeastern 4 11-10 (A) 2 New Hampshire 2 11-13 (H) 7 Minnesota-Duluth 7 11-14 (H) 3 Minnesota 0 11-17 (A) 3 Lowell 2 11-21 (H) 7 Boston University 6 11-27 (A) 2 Wisconsin 5 11-29 (A) 4 North Dakota 6 12-4 (H) 4 St. Cloud State 3 12-9 (H) 5 New Hampshire 2 12-29 (N) 1 Vermont 4 12-30 (A) 2 Dartmouth 4 1-5 (H) 9 Brown 6 1-8 (H) 3 Plattsburgh State 4 1-12 (A) 3 Air Force 2 1-15 (A) 2 Denver 4 1-16 (A) 3 Colorado College 7 1-22 (H) 4 Michigan Tech 6 1-23 (H) 3 Northern Michigan 3 1-26 (A) 3 Boston College 4 1-29 (A) 4 Boston University 6 2-2 (H) 5 Lowell 2 2-5 (A) 7 Maine 10 2-6 (A) 1 Maine 5 2-10 (H) 2 New Hampshire 2 2-13 (A) 1 Northeastern 3 2-20 (H) 5 Boston University 2

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1992-93 (16-16-4, 9-12-3 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP W (3ot) 10-23 (A) 3 Maine 9 T (ot) 10-24 (A) 3 Maine 3 W 10-30 (A) 3 RPI 5 W 11-1 (A) 3 Vermont 4 W 11-7 (H) 2 Maine 6 W (ot) 11-13 (H) 6 New Hampshire 4 L (ot) 11-14 (A) 2 New Hampshire 6 W 11-20 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell 3 L 11-21 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell 6 L 11-28 (A) 7 Cornell 0 W 11-30 (A) 6 Brown (at PCC) 4 W 12-4 (A) 3 Boston College 6 L 12-5 (H) 5 Boston College 4 W 12-9 (H) 3 Merrimack 4 W 12-29 (N) 4 Clarkson (OT) 3 W 12-30 (A) 5 R.P.I. (OT) 4 W 1-2 (H) 10 Air Force 0 W 1-3 (H) 2 Air Force 1 T (ot) 1-8 (H) 5 Boston University 5 L 1-9 (A) 2 Boston University 7 W 1-15 (H) 6 St. Lawrence 1 W 1-16 (H) 5 St. Lawrence 6 W 1-22 (H) 9 Merrimack 4 L 1-23 (A) 2 Merrimack 3 L 1-27 (A) 3 Northeastern 2 L 1-29 (H) 7 Northeastern 5 W 2-5 (A) 5 Northeastern 2 L 2-12 (A) 1 New Hampshire 3 W 2-13 (H) 2 New Hampshire 1 L 2-19 (H) 7 UMass-Lowell 3 W 2-20 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell 4 L 2-26 (A) 3 Boston College 4 L 2-27 (H) 4 Boston College 4 3-5 (H) 6 Boston University 12 3-12 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell (HE) 7 3-14 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell (HE) 3

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1991-92 (21-13-2, 11-8-2 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP 10-25 (H) 2 Vermont 5 10-27 (H) 8 Alabama-Huntsville 3 11-1 (H) 7 Army 1 11-2 (H) 1 UMass-Lowell 4 11-8 (A) 4 Denver 2 11-9 (A) 7 Denver 3 11-15 (A) 6 Northeastern 0 11-16 (H) 6 UMass-Lowell 8 11-22 (H) 8 Boston University 5 11-24 (H) 4 Merrimack 0 11-30 (H) 5 Cornell 4 12-2 (H) 9 Brown 5 12-8 (H) 5 Northeastern 7 12-11 (A) 6 Boston College 3 12-21 (A) 2 Minnesota 5 12-22 (N) 5 Boston College 3 1-4 (A) 3 Alaska-Anchorage 2 1-5 (A) 8 Alaska-Anchorage 7 1-10 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell 4

(H) 5 Boston College 6 (H) 7 UMass-Lowell 4 (A) 6 Northeastern 3 (H) 5 New Hampshire 2 (H) 3 Maine (at PCC) 7 (A) 7 Merrimack 0 (H) 5 Kent State 6 (A) 2 Boston University 6 (H) 7 New Hampshire 3 (H) 5 Merrimack 3 (A) 3 New Hampshire 2 (A) 2 Boston College 4 (H) 3 Boston University 3 (A) 2 Maine 5 (A) 3 Maine 4 (H) 7 UMass-Lowell (HE) 0 (N) 3 New Hampshire (HE) 5

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1989-90 (22-10-3, 11-7-3 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP 10-27 (H) 7 Rensselaer 2 11-3 (A) 2 St. Cloud St. 1 11-4 (A) 7 St. Cloud St. 5 11-11 (H) 8 Boston College 4 11-15 (A) 2 Northeastern 5 11-18 (H) 2 Maine 4 11-22 (A) 11 Lowell 5 11-25 (H) 7 St. Lawrence 3 11-28 (H) 2 New Hampshire 2 12-2 (H) 7 Merrimack 1 12-5 (H) 3 Boston University 1 12-8 (A) 6 Alabama-Huntsville 4 12-9 (A) 8 Alabama-Huntsville 1 12-20 (H) 4 A.I.C. 3 12-29 (N) 4 Vermont 1 12-30 (A) 2 New Hampshire 1 1-7 (A) 5 Boston College 6 1-13 (H) 4 New Hampshire 4 1-14 (H) 4 Vermont 1 1-17 (A) 5 Northeastern 4 1-20 (A) 1 Boston University 1

1990-91 (22-12-2, 10-9-2 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP 10-26 (A) 4 St. Lawrence 2 10-27 (A) 7 Vermont 3 11-2 (H) 8 Ottawa 3 11-3 (H) 6 Rensselaer 5 11-9 (H) 3 Boston University 3 11-10 (A) 4 Lowell 2 11-16 (H) 11 Merrimack 4 11-20 (A) 7 Brown 1 11-24 (H) 5 Alaska-Anchorage 4 11-27 (H) 7 Boston college 8 12-1 (H) 7 Northeastern 3 12-4 (A) 1 Boston College 5 12-8 (A) 2 Boston University 6 12-21 (A) 7 Ohio State 4 12-22 (A) 8 Miami (OH) 1 1-2 (A) 4 Maine 6 1-5 (H) 8 Alaska-Fairbanks 2 1-6 (H) 6 Alaska-Fairbanks 3 1-12 (A) 6 New Hampshire 2 1-15 (H) 6 Lowell 5 1-18 (A) 6 Northeastern 4 1-25 (H) 2 New Hampshire 2 1-26 (A) 2 Merrimack 4 2-2 (A) 4 Lowell 1 2-5 (A) 5 Merrimack 3 2-8 (H) 7 Maine 4 2-9 (H) 3 Maine 4 2-15 (A) 3 New Hampshire 4 2-16 (A) 5 Boston University 9 2-20 (H) 3 Boston College 2 2-23 (H) 3 Northeastern 4 3-1 (H) 4 New Hampshire (HE) 1 3-8 (N) 5 Boston Univ. (HE) 7 3-15 (A) 4 Minnesota (NCAA) 3 3-16 (A) 4 Minnesota (NCAA) 8 3-17 (A) 3 Minnesota (NCAA) 8

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(H) 4 Brown 5 (H) 7 Lowell 1 (H) 7 Merrimack 3 (A) 2 Maine 3 (A) 2 Maine 8 (H) 3 Lowell 0 (A) 2 Boston College 6 (H) 6 Northeastern 4 (H) 4 Boston University 3 (A) 7 Merrimack 1 (A) 0 New Hampshire 3 (H) 5 New Hampshire (HE) 1 (H) 0 New Hampshire (HE) 2 (H) 4 New Hampshire (HE) 7

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1988-89 (22-18-2, 13-11-2 HE) Coach: Mike McShane Date/Site PC OPP 10-28 (H) 5 Boston College 6 11-1 (H) 6 Northeastern 7 11-4 (H) 1 St. Lawrence 4 11-8 (A) 3 Boston University 12 11-11 (A) 3 Minnesota-Duluth 6 11-12 (H) 1 Minnesota 7 11-18 (H) 3 Maine 1 11-19 (H) 3 Maine 5 11-26 (A) 2 Lowell 4 11-30 (A) 4 Northeastern 7 12-3 (H) 4 New Hampshire 1 12-7 (H) 2 Merrimack 4 12-10 (H) 10 Lowell 7 12-13 (H) 6 Salem State 2 12-22 (A) 4 Vermont 5 12-29 (N) 5 Air Force 3 12-30 (A) 2 RPI 1 1-2 (A) 5 Brown 2 1-6 (H) 4 Colorado College 4 1-7 (H) 4 Denver 2 1-10 (A) 4 Maine 6 1-16 (A) 3 New Hampshire 1 1-20 (H) 2 North Dakota 3 1-22 (H) 9 Wisconsin 4 1-27 (A) 1 Northern Michigan 8 1-28 (A) 5 Michigan Tech 2 2-3 (H) 4 Boston University 2 2-7 (A) 5 Lowell 2 2-10 (H) 2 Boston College 2 2-15 (A) 4 New Hampshire 2 2-18 (A) 6 Boston University 4 2-21 (A) 6 Boston College 4 2-25 (H) 3 Northeastern 2 3-3 (H) 3 Boston Univ. (HE) 2 3-10 (A) 5 Boston College (HE) 6 3-11 (N) 3 Northeastern 2 3-17 (A) 5 Northern Mich. (NCAA) 9 3-18 (A) 4 Northern Mich. (NCAA) 2 3-19 (A) 2 Northern Mich. (NCAA) 0 3-24 (A) 8 Maine (NCAA) 6 3-25 (A) 2 Maine (NCAA) 3 3-26 (A) 3 Maine (NCAA) 4

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(A) 4 Air Force (A) 4 Air Force (A) 5 Boston University (A) 4 St. Lawrence (A) 4 Clarkson (A) 3 Merrimack (H) 4 Merrimack (H) 3 New Hampshire (A) 5 New Hampshire (H) 6 Northeastern (A) 6 Northeastern (H) 2 Northeastern (A) 3 UMass-Lowell (H) 3 UMass-Lowell (H) 1 Boston College (A) 4 Boston College (H) 0 Boston University (A) 1 Boston University (A) 3 Northeastern (HE) (A) 1 Northeastern (HE)

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Paul Pooley Ohio State '84 1994 -2005 11 Seasons (185-187-40) On July 28, 1994, Paul Pooley was named the 10th head coach in the history of Providence College Hockey. In 11 seasons, Pooley brought the Friars to three HOCKEY EAST Finals and two NCAA Tournament appearances. In 1994-95, Pooley became the first head coach to bring a team to the HOCKEY EAST Championship game in his inaugural season behind the bench. In 1995-96, he guided the Friars to their second HOCKEY EAST title and first since 1985. Pooley also led the team to its eighth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Friars concluded 1995-96 with 21 victories the sixth highest win total in the history of Friar hockey. Pooley earned his 100th career win on February 12, 2000 when the Friars defeated New Hampshire, 4-3. Pooley led the Friars to a 22-13-5 record in the 2000-01 season, reaching the HOCKEY EAST Championship game and the NCAA Tournament's First Round. Prior to arriving at Providence, Pooley served as an assistant coach at Lake Superior State and Ohio State. He resigned as the head coach of the Friars on June 8, 2005 with a 185-187-40 record. 1994-95 (14-17-6, 7-11-6 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10-21 (A) 6 Army 3 10-23 (A) 0 Vermont 8 10-28 (H) 7 Union 5 10-29 (H) 5 UMass Amherst 4 11-4 (A) 6 Merrimack 6 11-5 (H) 3 Merrimack 4 11-11 (H) 4 UMass-Lowell 5 11-12 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell 2 11-18 (A) 4 Maine 5 11-19 (A) 1 Maine 2 12-2 (A) 5 New Hampshire 5

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12-3 (H) 2 New Hampshire 8 12-9 (A) 3 Northeastern 3 12-10 (H) 10 Northeastern 3 12-30 (A) 2 Dartmouth 4 12-31 (N) 2 Illinois-Chicago 7 1-6 (H) 6 Air Force 1 1-7 (H) 6 Air Force 4 1-10 (H) 2 Boston University 9 1-13 (H) 3 Clarkson 6 1-14 (H) 6 Clarkson 7 1-17 (A) 6 Brown 3 1-20 (H) 3 UMass-Amherst 7 1-22 (A) 5 UMass-Amherst 2 1-27 (A) 4 Boston College 5 1-28 (H) 5 Boston College 7 2-3 (H) 2 Maine 5 2-5 (H) 2 Merrimack 2 2-10 (A) 4 Northeastern 4 2-17 (H) 8 Boston University 1 2-18 (A) 3 Boston University 6 2-24 (A) 6 New Hampshire 6 2-26 (H) 5 Boston College 2 3-3 (A) 7 UMass-Lowell 0 3-9 (A) 3 New Hampshire (HE) 2 3-17 (N) 7 Maine (HE) 3 3-18 (N) 2 Boston Univ. (HE) 3

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1995-96 (21-15-3, 12-9-3 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10-20 (H) 4 Merrimack 1 10-21 (A) 4 Merrimack 3 10-27 (A) 1 Western Michigan 4 10-28 (A) 5 Western Michigan 4 11-3 (H) 3 Boston College 3 11-4 (A) 4 Boston College 3 11-10 (H) 3 Maine 1 11-11 (H) 1 Maine 2 11-17 (H) 7 UMass-Amherst 5 11-18 (A) 4 UMass-Amherst 1 11-24 (A) 4 Union 2 11-25 (H) 5 Brown 8 12-7 (H) 4 Northeastern 2 12-9 (A) 6 Northeastern 6 12-29 (N) 3 Clarkson 4 12-30 (A) 3 Rensselaer 2 1-5 (A) 4 Air Force 2 1-6 (A) 9 Air Force 1 1-12 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 5 1-13 (A) 4 Clarkson 5 1-19 (A) 1 UMass-Lowell 5 1-20 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell 3 1-23 (H) 5 Northeastern 4 1-26 (H) 2 New Hampshire 4 1-27 (A) 5 New Hampshire 4 2-2 (A) 1 Boston University 3 2-4 (H) 0 UMass-Lowell 5 2-9 (A) 4 Boston College 1 2-10 (A) 6 Merrimack 4 2-16 (H) 4 Boston University 5 2-17 (A) 1 Boston University 8 2-23 (H) 6 New Hampshire 2 2-24 (A) 2 UMass-Amherst 2 3-1 (A) 4 Maine 6 3-7 (H) 5 Boston College (HE) 2 3-8 (H) 4 Boston College (HE) 2 3-15 (N) 5 Boston Univ. (HE) 4 3-16 (N) 3 Maine (HE) 2 3-23 (N) 1 Minnesota (NCAA) 5

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1997-98 (15-18-3, 9-13-2 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10-24 (H) 0 Northeastern 2 10-25 (H) 5 Union 4 11-1 (A) 3 Maine 6 11-7 (A) 6 Minnesota-Duluth 5 11-8 (A) 3 Minnesota-Duluth 0 11-14 (A) 5 Army 4 11-16 (H) 5 UMass-Lowell 3 11-21 (A) 5 UMass-Amherst 3 11-22 (H) 5 UMass-Amherst 3 11-25 (A) 2 Northeastern 3 11-28 (H) 5 Yale 2 11-30 (A) 4 Princeton 4 12-5 (H) 6 Maine 2 12-6 (H) 7 Maine 2 12-27 (A) 5 Vermont 1 12-28 (N) 1 Dartmouth 4 1-4 (H) 2 Colgate 3 1-9 (H) 6 Northeastern 4 1-10 (A) 0 Boston University 1 1-16 (A) 0 Boston College 6 1-17 (H) 0 Boston College 8 1-23 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell 2 1-24 (H) 1 UMass-Lowell 5 1-30 (A) 1 UMass-Amherst 3 1-31 (H) 3 Brown 6 2-6 (A) 3 Boston College 3 2-8 (A) 2 Merrimack 0 2-13 (A) 2 New Hampshire 4 2-14 (H) 0 New Hampshire 5 2-20 (H) 1 Boston University 5 2-21 (A) 2 Boston University 3 2-27 (H) 4 Merrimack 2 2-28 (A) 6 Merrimack 4 3-6 (H) 2 New Hampshire 3 3-12 (A) 3 Boston College (HE) 4 3-13 (A) 3 Boston College (HE) 6

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2003-04 (16-14-7, 7-11-6 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10/11 (H) 7 Sacred Heart 2 10/12 (H) 5 Rensselaer 2 10/17 (A) 2 Minnesota State 1 10/18 (A) 5 Minnesota State 3 10/24 (H) 4 Boston University 6 10/25 (A) 0 Merrimack 0 10/31 (A) 6 Massachusetts 2 11/1 (H) 2 Massachusetts 4 11/7 (H) 2 Northeastern 2 11/14 (H) 7 New Hampshire 4 11/15 (H) 2 Massachusetts 3 11/21 (A) 4 Boston College 7 11/22 (H) 2 Maine 3 11/25 (H) 1 Brown 1 12/27 (H) 4 Clarkson 3 12/28 (H) 1 St. Cloud State 6 1/2 (H) 7 Quinnipiac 1 1/9 (H) 1 New Hampshire 1 1/10 (A) 3 New Hampshire 5

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2001-02 (13-20-5, 8-13-3 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10-12 (N) 3 Michigan 3 10-13 (A) 3 Nebraska-Omaha 4 10-19 (H) 8 Sacred Heart 1 10-26 (A) 3 UMass Lowell 4 10-28 (H) 3 Massachusetts 4 11-2 (H) 3 Massachusetts 2 11-3 (H) 3 Merrimack 2 11-9 (H) 1 Northeastern 3 11-10 (A) 5 Northeastern 3 11-14 (A) 1 Boston College 4 11-17 (H) 1 New Hampshire 5 11-20 (A) 4 Union 4 11-23 (H) 3 St. Lawrence 4 11-24 (H) 4 Clarkson 2 11-31 (A) 2 Merrimack 3 12/1 (H) 4 Merrimack 1 12-7 (H) 5 Quinnipiac 2 12-28 (N) 4 Western Michigan 2 12-29 (A) 1 Minnesota 6 1-4 (A) 4 Maine 5 1-11 (H) 5 Boston University 5 1-13 (A) 4 New Hampshire 3 1-18 (H) 2 Connecticut 2 1-19 (H) 2 St. Cloud State 5 1-22 (H) 4 Brown 3

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1999-00 (18-18-2, 10-13-1 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10-15 (N) 2 Notre Dame 1 10-16 (A) 2 Denver 3 10-22 (A) 5 Miami 3 10-23 (A) 2 Miami 5 10-30 (A) 2 Boston University 3 11-7 (A) 2 Maine 5 11-12 (A) 2 New Hampshire 3 11-13 (H) 1 New Hampshire 2 11-19 (A) 3 Northeastern 1 11-20 (H) 4 Northeastern 1 11-23 (H) 3 Cornell 2 11-26 (H) 5 Colorado College 4 11-27 (H) 7 Denver 3 12-3 (H) 4 Merrimack 1 12-4 (A) 2 Merrimack 4 12-10 (H) 2 Dartmouth 0 12-29 (N) 3 Union 1 12-30 (A) 5 RPI 3 1-7 (A) 1 UMass-Amherst 2 1-8 (H) 1 UMass-Amherst 3 1-14 (A) 4 Army 4 1-18 (H) 2 Brown 4 1-22 (H) 4 Boston College 3 1-23 (A) 0 Boston College 6 1-26 (A) 3 UMass-Amherst 4 1-28 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell 7 2-4 (H) 3 Northeastern 1 2-5 (A) 4 Merrimack 3 2-11 (A) 0 Boston College 8 2-12 (H) 4 New Hampshire 3 2-18 (H) 5 Boston University 2 2-19 (A) 3 Boston University 4 2-25 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell 3 2-26 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell 1

3-3 (H) 6 Maine 6 3-4 (H) 2 Maine 3 3-9 (A) 3 Maine (HE) 5 3-10 (A) 4 Maine (HE) 5 2000-01 (22-13-5, 13-8-3 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10-20 (H) 5 Miami 0 10-21 (H) 5 Lake Superior St. 1 10-28 (H) 4 Boston University 4 10-29 (H) 8 Union 0 11-3 (H) 5 Maine 3 11-4 (A) 1 Brown 5 11-10 (H) 3 New Hampshire 1 11-11 (A) 1 New Hampshire 4 11-17 (H) 3 Northeastern 1 11-18 (A) 4 Northeastern 2 11-24 (A) 1 Colorado College 1 11-25 (A) 3 Denver 3 12-1 (H) 1 Merrimack 4 12-2 (A) 7 Merrimack 3 12-8 (H) 1 UMass-Amherst 3 12-29 (N) 4 Ferris State 2 12-30 (A) 1 Denver 2 1-6 (H) 4 UMass-Amherst 0 1-7 (A) 8 UMass-Amherst 5 1-12 (H) 6 Iona College 2 1-14 (H) 2 Holy Cross 1 1-19 (A) 0 Boston College 4 1-20 (H) 2 Boston College 4 1-27 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell 3 2-2 (A) 4 Northeastern 3 2-3 (H) 1 Merrimack 0 2-9 (H) 5 Boston College 3 2-10 (A) 1 New Hampshire 3 2-16 (H) 4 Boston University 3 2-17 (A) 5 Boston University 5 2-22 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell 3 2-23 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell 1 3-2 (A) 2 Maine 4 3-3 (A) 2 Maine 5 3-9 (H) 6 Boston Univ. (HE) 3 3-10 (H) 1 Boston Univ. (HE) 2 3-11 (H) 4 Boston Univ. (HE) 3 3-16 (N) 4 Maine (HE) 3 3-17 (N) 3 Boston College (HE) 5 3-24 (N) 1 Wisconsin (NCAA) 4

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Date/Site PC OPP 10-23 (H) 3 Miami 5 10-24 (H) 7 Lake Superior State 2 10-30 (H) 5 Boston University 4 10-31 (A) 6 Boston University 4 11-6 (H) 6 New Hampshire 1 11-7 (A) 1 New Hampshire 3 11-13 (H) 7 Minnesota-Duluth 2 11-14 (H) 4 Minnesota-Duluth 5 11-20 (A) 1 Maine 6 11-21 (A) 2 Maine 3 11-27 (H) 5 Princeton 6 11-28 (A) 5 Yale 3 12-3 (A) 2 Merrimack 3 12-4 (H) 3 Merrimack 2 12-11 (A) 5 Dartmouth 6 1-5 (A) 7 Cornell 3 1-8 (A) 5 Northeastern 3 1-9 (H) 4 Northeastern 5 1-12 (A) 3 Brown 2 1-15 (H) 8 UMass-Amherst 1 1-17 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell 2 1-22 (A) 3 Boston College 0 1-23 (H) 2 Boston College 5 1-29 (H) 4 Maine 7 1-30 (A) 2 New Hampshire 4 2-5 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell 2 2-6 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell 4 2-12 (H) 6 Army 2 2-13 (H) 6 Boston University 3 2-19 (H) 4 Merrimack 3 2-24 (H) 5 Boston College 5 2-26 (H) 3 UMass-Amherst 2 2-27 (A) 1 UMass-Amherst 3 3-7 (A) 5 Northeastern 6 3-12 (H) 8 Boston Univ. (HE) 2 3-13 (H) 2 Boston Univ. (HE) 5 3-14 (H) 5 Boston Univ. (HE) 1 3-19 (N) 2 New Hampshire (HE) 6


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 1/16 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/8 2/14 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/28 3/6 3/11 3/12 3/13

(A) 1 Northeastern 1 (H) 3 Northeastern 3 (H) 1 Boston College 2 (A) 3 Lake Superior State 0 (A) 3 Lake Superior State 1 (A) 0 Boston College 4 (H) 3 UMass Lowell 2 (A) 2 Boston University 0 (A) 4 UMass Lowell 2 (H) 2 Boston University 1 (A) 2 Maine 3 (A) 2 Maine 4 (H) 5 Merrimack 1 (A) 2 Merrimack 2 (H) 3 UMass Lowell 4 (A) 1 New Hampshire (HE) 2 (A) 4 New Hampshire (HE) 3 (A) 0 New Hampshire (HE) 1

2004-05 (12-21-4, 6-14-4 HE) Coach: Paul Pooley Date/Site PC OPP 10/8 (H) 4 Clarkson 2 10/15 (H) 5 Merrimack 4 10/22 (A) 2 Boston University 3 10/29 (H) 6 UMass 2 10/30 (A) 0 UMass 2 11/5 (H) 2 Wayne State 4 11/6 (H) 4 Wayne State 1 11/12 (A) 2 New Hampshire 3 11/14 (H) 1 Northeastern 3 11/19 (H) 2 Boston College 2 11/21 (A) 4 Maine 8 11/27 (H) 3 Holy Cross 1 11/28 (H) 2 Merrimack 5 12/3 (A) 2 UMass 3 12/4 (A) 1 Boston College 1 12/8 (A) 3 Rensselaer 4 12/29 (N) 1 Vermont 3 12/30 (N) 3 Bowling Green 2 1/7 (H) 1 New Hampshire 2 1/8 (A) 1 New Hampshire 4 1/14 (H) 3 Northeastern 3 1/15 (A) 0 Northeastern 6 1/22 (A) 1 Brown 5 1/25 (H) 4 Connecticut 3 1/29 (A) 2 Boston University 3 2/4 (H) 2 Boston College 2 2/5 (A) 2 UMass Lowell 3 2/11 (H) 2 Boston University 4 2/13 (H) 0 UMass Lowell 2 2/18 (H) 3 Maine 2 2/19 (H) 2 Maine 6 2/25 (A) 4 Merrimack 1 2/26 (H) 4 Merrimack 2 3/5 (A) 3 UMass Lowell (OT) 2 3/11 (A) 4 Boston Univ. (HE) 1 3/12 (A) 0 Boston Univ. (HE) 2 3/13 (A) 0 Boston Univ. (HE) 2

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Tim Army Providence College '85 2005-11 Five Seasons (66-116-28) Tim Army returned to his alma mater to take over the reigns of the Providence College men's hockey program on July 17, 2005. Army, a 1985 graduate of the College, became the 11th coach in the history of the program the first PC alumnus to coach the team since his former coach Lou Lamoriello guided the Friars (1968-83). He also became the first former HOCKEY EAST player to be a head coach in the league. In his first season at PC, Army guided the team to a 17-16-3 overall record, including a 14-10-3 mark in HOCKEY EAST. The 14 league wins was one short of tying a school record. Prior to his position at PC, Army spent three seasons as the head coach of the Portland Pirates of the American Hockey League. Before his stint at Portland, Army spent nine seasons as an assistant coach in the NHL for the Anaheim Ducks and the Washington Capitals. Currently, he is an assistant coach for the Colorado Avalanche. 2005-06 (17-16-3, 14-10-3 HE) Coach: Tim Army Date/Site PC OPP 10/8/05 (H) 2 St. Thomas 1 10/14 (A) 2 Clarkson 5 10/15 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 5 10/21 (H) 3 UMass Lowell 0 10/22 (A) 4 UMass Lowell 0 10/28 (A) 5 Merrimack 1 10/29 (A) 2 Boston College 3 11/4 (H) 4 UMass 1 11/5 (A) 3 UMass 3 11/11 (A) 2 Vermont 6 11/15 (A) 2 Northeastern 1 11/18 (H) 2 Boston University 2 11/25 (N) 2 Nebraska-Omaha 4 11/26 (A) 2 Rensselaer 3 12/2 (H) 4 Maine 2 12/3 (H) 5 Brown 1 12/8 (H) 4 Boston University 1 12/21 (H) 7 Colgate 1 12/22 (H) 5 Sacred Heart 2 1/6 (A) 5 Boston University 1 1/7 (H) 1 Boston College 4 1/15 (H) 3 UMass Lowell 4 1/20 (A) 4 Maine 0 1/21 (A) 2 Maine 5 1/27 (H) 3 New Hampshire 1 2/3 (H) 1 Vermont 4 2/4 (H) 3 Vermont 3 2/10 (A) 3 Boston College 8 2/11 (H) 4 UMass 1 2/16 (A) 1 Northeastern 2 2/17 (H) 2 Northeastern 1 2/24 (H) 2 New Hampshire 2 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

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2007-08 (14-17-5, 11-11-5 HE) Coach: Tim Army Date/Site PC OPP 10/12 (A) 1 St. Lawrence 4 10/13 (A) 0 Clarkson 2 10/19 (A) 2 Northeastern 3 10/20 (H) 4 Holy Cross 6 10/26 (H) 3 Massachusetts 1 10/27 (A) 3 Massachusetts 3 11/1 (H) 2 Boston University 5 11/9 (A) 6 Maine 2 11/10 (A) 1 Maine 0 11/16 (H) 2 UMass Lowell 2 11/17 (H) 4 New Hampshire 5 12/1 (A) 4 Vermont 0 12/4 (H) 8 Brown 0 12/7 (H) 5 Union 2 12/28 (N) 0 Michigan 6 12/29 (N) 5 Michigan State 3 1/11 (H) 4 UMass Lowell 3 1/12 (A) 2 UMass Lowell 3 1/18 (H) 3 Massachusetts 2 1/19 (H) 0 Maine 4 1/25 (A) 5 Northeastern 1 1/26 (H) 5 Northeastern 2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS (A) 3 Boston College (A) 1 Merrimack (H) 1 Vermont (H) 4 Vermont (H) 1 New Hampshire (A) 3 New Hampshire (A) 0 Merrimack (H) 2 Merrimack (A) 3 Boston College (H) 2 Boston College (H) 0 Boston University (A) 0 Boston University (A) 1 Boston College (HE) (A) 1 Boston College (HE)

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2010-11 (8-18-8, 4-16-7 HE) Coach: Tim Army Date/Site PC OPP 10/8 (H) 3 Northeastern 2 10/15 (A) 3 Minnesota-Duluth 5 10/16 (A) 1 Minnesota-Duluth 7 10/22 (A) 4 UMass Lowell 5 10/23 (A) 1 Boston University 2 10/29 (A) 3 Massachusetts 3 10/30 (H) 3 Massachusetts 2 11/5 (H) 2 Merrimack 0 11/6 (H) 3 Vermont 3 11/12 (A) 3 Alabama-Huntsville 1 11/13 (A) 4 Alabama-Huntsville 2 11/19 (H) 3 Northeastern 3 11/20 (A) 0 Northeastern 5 11/27 (A) 2 Holy Cross 1 12/3 (H) 3 Maine 3 12/4 (H) 0 Maine 5 12/7 (A) 4 Brown 4 12/11 (H) 5 Quinnipiac 2 1/1 (A) 1 New Brunswick 3 1/2 (A) 1 New Brunswick 0 1/7 (A) 1 Boston College 4 1/8 (H) 1 Boston College 3 1/14 (A) 3 Maine 4 1/21 (A) 3 New Hampshire 4 1/23 (H) 5 U.S. Nat'l U-18 Team 4 1/28 (H) 2 New Hampshire 5 1/29 (A) 1 New Hampshire 5 2/4 (A) 1 Vermont 1 2/5 (A) 1 Vermont 7 2/11 (H) 0 Boston College 3 2/12 (A) 3 Massachusetts 3 2/18 (A) 1 Boston University 2 2/19 (H) 0 Boston University 1 2/25 (H) 3 UMass Lowell 3 2/26 (A) 2 UMass Lowell 7 3/4 (A) 1 Merrimack 6 3/5 (H) 5 Merrimack 3

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Seventh-year Head Coach Nate Leaman has led a resurgence of the Providence College men's hockey program, highlighted by winning the 2015 NCAA Championship, marking the first NCAA title in program history. In 2014-15, Leaman guided the Friars to back-toback NCAA Tournament appearances for the first time in program history and Providence posted its second-highest win total of all-time (26). He became the youngest head coach to win the NCAA title since 1993 (Shawn Walsh) as Providence College became the 20th institution to win the NCAA Div. I Men's Ice Hockey Championship. The 2015 championship also marked Providence College's first NCAA team title in a men's sport and the College's third overall NCAA Championship in a team sport. The Friars have advanced to the Hockey East Championship semifinals at the TD Garden in three of Leaman's first four seasons and holds a 5-1-0 record in six NCAA Tournament games with Providence. Leaman has coached 117 All-Conference Academic selections, 25 NHL Draft picks, 16 All-Conference selections, eight All-Conference Rookie Team honorees, seven All-Americans, three ECAC Student-Athletes of the Year, two CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Honorees and one Hobey Baker finalist. The 2011 Spencer Penrose Award winner, Leaman also was a Spencer Penrose finalist in 2015 and was named the 2015 USCHO.com Coach of the Year. Providence finished the 2014-15 season ranked No. 1 in the national polls (USCHO. com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine). The Friars last cracked the top two-places in the national polls in January of 1990, when they were ranked No. 2 in the Times Union poll. 2011-12 (14-20-4, 10-14-3 HE) Coach: Nate Leaman Date/Site PC OPP 10/14 (H) 5 Boston University 3 10/15 (H) 6 Massachusetts 4 10/21 (H) 2 Minnesota-Duluth 5 10/22 (H) 2 Minnesota-Duluth 2 10/28 (A) 4 Maine 5 10/29 (A) 1 Maine 3 11/4 (H) 5 Vermont 2 11/5 (H) 5 Vermont 1 11/11 (H) 3 Alabama-Huntsville 0 11/12 (H) 4 Alabama-Huntsville 2 11/18 (H) 2 Northeastern 5 11/25 (A) 2 Miami 6 11/26 (A) 1 Princeton 3 12/2 (H) 2 Merrimack 1 12/3 (A) 6 Merrimack 1

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2009-10 (10-20-4, 5-18-4 HE) Coach Tim Army Date/Site PC OPP 10/10 (H) 2 Holy Cross 1 10/15 (A) 3 Notre Dame 2 10/16 (A) 0 Notre Dame 2 10/23 (A) 8 Bowling Green 2 10/24 (A) 3 Bowling Green 1 10/30 (H) 3 Massachusetts 5 10/31 (A) 2 Massachusetts 1 11/8 (A) 0 Vermont 3 11/17 (H) 4 Brown 3 11/20 (A) 1 Northeastern 4 11/21 (H) 3 Northeastern 3 11/24 (H) 4 UMass Lowell 2 11/27 (A) 2 Dartmouth 4 12/4 (A) 1 Maine 3 12/5 (A) 1 Maine 3 12/11 (H) 3 New Hampshire 4

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2008-09 (7-22-5, 4-18-5 HE) Coach: Tim Army Date/Site PC OPP 10/17 (H) 0 Northeastern 4 10/18 (H) 4 Bowling Green 3 10/24 (A) 1 UMass Lowell 4 10/25 (A) 6 Holy Cross 4 10/31 (A) 4 Massachusetts 9 11/1 (H) 1 Massachusetts 5 11/7 (H) 2 Vermont 2 11/8 (H) 1 Notre Dame 4 11/14 (H) 2 Maine 3 11/15 (H) 0 Maine 3 11/21 (A) 1 UMass Lowell 6 11/22 (A) 3 New Hampshire 4 11/28 (H) 2 Dartmouth 4 11/29 (A) 2 Union 4 12/5 (A) 2 Quinnipiac 5 12/9 (A) 4 Brown 3 1/10 (H) 4 UMass Lowell 2 1/13 (A) 4 Boston University 2 1/16 (A) 5 Massachusetts 4 1/18 (A) 2 Maine 2 1/23 (H) 1 Northeastern 3 1/24 (A) 3 Northeastern 6 1/30 (H) 2 Boston College 2 1/31 (H) 5 Merrimack 3 2/6 (A) 1 Vermont 4 2/7 (A) 1 Vermont 4 2/13 (A) 4 New Hampshire 4 2/14 (H) 2 New Hampshire 4 2/21 (A) 1 Merrimack 1 2/22 (H) 1 Merrimack 5 2/27 (A) 1 Boston College 5 2/28 (H) 3 Boston College 4 3/6 (H) 2 Boston University 8 3/8 (A) 0 Boston University 3

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(A) 1 Boston College (H) 2 Brown (H) 4 Massachusetts (H) 0 New Hampshire (A) 5 Vermont (A) 1 Boston University (H) 0 Boston University (H) 1 UMass Lowell (A) 2 Merrimack (A) 1 New Hampshire (H) 2 New Hampshire (H) 4 Maine (A) 5 Massachusetts (A) 1 Northeastern (A) 2 Northeastern (H) 0 Boston College (A) 0 Boston College (H) 1 UMass Lowell (A) 2 UMass Lowell (A) 5 UMass Lowell (HE) (A) 2 UMass Lowell (HE) (A) 1 UMass Lowell (HE) (N) 2 Boston College (HE)

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11/9 (H) 4 Merrimack 2 W 11/15 (A) 3 Vermont 2 W 11/16 (A) 3 Vermont 0 W 11/22 (H) 2 New Hampshire 3 L (ot) 11/23 (H) 4 New Hampshire 2 W 11/27 (A) 3 Quinnipiac 3 T (ot) 11/30 (H) 3 Brown 2 W 12/6 (A) 3 Northeastern 3 T (ot) 12/20 (A) 4 Army 1 W 12/29 (A) 3 Dartmouth 2 W 12/30 (N) 2 Air Force 3 L 1/4 (N) 1 Merrimack 1 T (ot) 1/7 (H) 1 Northeastern 2 L (ot) 1/10 (A) 2 Boston College 5 L 1/17 (A) 2 Colorado College 2 T (ot) 1/18 (A) 7 Colorado College 2 W 1/24 (H) 5 UMass Lowell 4 W 1/25 (A) 1 UMass Lowell 6 L 1/31 (H) 0 Boston College 2 L 2/11 (A) 2 Connecticut 3 L 2/14 (H) 2 Notre Dame 2 T (ot) 2/15 (H) 0 Notre Dame 3 L 2/21 (H) 4 Massachusetts 3 W 2/22 (A) 2 Massachusetts 1 W 2/28 (A) 4 Maine 2 W 3/1 (A) 3 Maine 2 W 3/14 (H) 3 Maine (HEQF) 1 W 3/15 (H) 4 Maine (HEQF) 2 W 3/21 (N) 1 New Hampshire (HESF) 3 L 3/28 (N) 4 Quinnipiac (NCAARD1) 0 W 3/29 (N) 1 Union (NCAARD2) 3 L 2014-15 (26-13-2, 13-6-0 HE) Coach: Nate Leaman Date/Site PC OPP 10/10 (A) 4 Ohio State 5 L (ot) 10/11 (A) 2 Ohio State 1 W (ot) 10/24 (A) 1 North Dakota 6 L 10/25 (A) 2 North Dakota 2 T (ot) 10/31 (H) 1 Boston University 4 L 11/1 (A) 2 Boston University 1 W 11/7 (H) 3 Merrimack 2 W 11/8 (A) 0 Merrimack 1 L 11/14 (H) 3 Vermont 0 W 11/15 (H) 1 Vermont 2 L 11/22 (A) 1 New Hampshire 0 W 11/25 (H) 3 Army 0 W 11/29 (H) 1 Boston College 0 W 12/3 (A) 5 Northeastern 1 W 12/6 (H) 1 Northeastern 2 L 12/9 (H) 4 Colgate 3 W 12/28 (N) 4 Massachusetts 1 W 12/29 (A) 3 Vermont 0 W 1/3 (H) 5 Colorado College 4 W (ot) 1/4 (H) 5 Colorado College 3 W 1/'9 (A) 3 Brown 2 W (ot) 1/10 (H) 3 Brown 5 L 1/13 (A) 1 New Hampshire 2 L 1/23 (A) 7 UMass Lowell 3 W 1/24 (H) 4 UMass Lowell 1 W 1/30 (A) 2 Boston College 3 L 2/4 (A) 2 UConn 2 T (ot) 2/7 (H) 10 UConn 1 W 2/13 (A) 0 Notre Dame 2 L 2/14 (A) 3 Notre Dame 2 W 2/20 (H) 3 Massachusetts 2 W (ot) 2/21 (A) 1 Massachusetts 2 L (ot) 2/27 (H) 5 Maine 2 W 2/28 (H) 5 Maine 2 W 3/13 (H) 1 New Hampshire (HEQF) 2 L (ot) 3/14 (H) 2 New Hampshire (HEQF) 1 W 3/15 (H) 1 New Hampshire (HEQF) 2 L (ot) 3/28 (N) 7 Miami (NCAARD1) 5 W 3/29 (N) 4 Denver (NCAARD2) 1 W 4/9 (N) 4 Omaha (NCAASEMI) 1 W 4/11 (N) 4 Boston University 3 W NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

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FRIAR TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1955-56 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 4.................................................................................. Providence 3 Dalhousie 6................................................................................................. Providence 5 Providence 10.........................................................................................................Tufts 7 5th Place 1956-57 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston College 6....................................................................................... Providence 2 Providence 10........................................................................................ Northeastern 2 Providence 8............................................................................................... Dartmouth 2 3rd Place 1957-58 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 7.................................................................................. Providence 3 Northeastern 10........................................................................................ Providence 2 Providence 5....................................................................................... Boston College 2 5th Place 1958-59 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 6.................................................................................. Providence 4 Boston College 6....................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place 1959-60 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Harvard 5............................................................................................Providence 4 (OT) Providence 2............................................................................................... Brown 1 (OT) 3rd Place 1960-61 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Providence 3...........................................................................................................Army 2 Providence 5........................................................................................Dalhousie 4 (OT) Providence 10........................................................................................ Northeastern 3 CHAMPIONS 1961-62 ECAC PLAYOFFS Clarkson 6.................................................................................................... Providence 3 8th Place 1962-63 RPI TOURNAMENT Minnesota 5................................................................................................ Providence 4 RPI 3............................................................................................................... Providence 3 McMaster 6................................................................................................. Providence 2 6th Place 1962-63 ECAC PLAYOFFS St. Lawrence 2...................................................................................Providence 1 (OT) 6th Place 1963-64 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Colorado College 8.................................................................................. Providence 5 McGill 3........................................................................................................ Providence 2 4th Place 1963-64 ECAC PLAYOFFS Providence 3...................................................................................................... Colgate 2 Providence 6.................................................................................................... Clarkson 5 Providence 3.............................................................................................St. Lawrence 1 CHAMPIONS 1963-64 NCAA PLAYOFFS Michigan 3.................................................................................................. Providence 2 RPI 2............................................................................................................... Providence 1 4th Place

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The program's first ECAC title was won in 1963-64 with a 3-1 victory over St. Lawrence. The Friars then earned their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament. 1964-65 BOSTON GARDEN FESTIVAL Harvard 2..................................................................................................... Providence 1 1964-65 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Colorado College 5.................................................................................. Providence 3 Providence 6............................................................................Michigan State 5 (2OT) 3rd Place 1964-65 ECAC DIVISION 1 PLAYOFFS Boston University 5.................................................................................. Providence 3 8th Place 1965-66 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Minnesota-Duluth 4................................................................................ Providence 1 McGill 3........................................................................................................ Providence 0 4th Place 1966-67 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Loyola (Que) 5............................................................................................ Providence 0 Wisconsin 5................................................................................................. Providence 3 4th Place 1967-68 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Loyola (Que) 8............................................................................................ Providence 2 Carleton 3.................................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place 1969-70 RPI TOURNAMENT Providence 3....................................................................................................Montreal 2 Providence 2............................................................................................................... RPI 1 Providence 5........................................................................................ Bowling Green 2 CHAMPIONS 1970-71 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 4.................................................................................. Providence 1 Providence 5 ......................................................................................... Northeastern 1 3rd Place 1970-71 CITY OF NORTH TOURNAMENT Minnesota-Duluth 10.............................................................................. Providence 1 Michigan Tech 5........................................................................................ Providence 1 Calgary 6...................................................................................................... Providence 3 6th Place

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1955-56 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 4.................................................................................. Providence 3 Dalhousie 6................................................................................................. Providence 5 Providence 10.........................................................................................................Tufts 7 5th Place 1956-57 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston College 6....................................................................................... Providence 2 Providence 10........................................................................................ Northeastern 2 Providence 8............................................................................................... Dartmouth 2 3rd Place

1958-59 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 6.................................................................................. Providence 4 Boston College 6....................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place

1964-65 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Colorado College 5.................................................................................. Providence 3 Providence 6............................................................................Michigan State 5 (2OT) 3rd Place

1959-60 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Harvard 5............................................................................................Providence 4 (OT) Providence 2............................................................................................... Brown 1 (OT) 3rd Place

1964-65 ECAC DIVISION 1 PLAYOFFS Boston University 5.................................................................................. Providence 3 8th Place

1960-61 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Providence 3...........................................................................................................Army 2 Providence 5........................................................................................Dalhousie 4 (OT) Providence 10........................................................................................ Northeastern 3 CHAMPIONS

1962-63 RPI TOURNAMENT Minnesota 5................................................................................................ Providence 4 RPI 3............................................................................................................... Providence 3 McMaster 6................................................................................................. Providence 2 6th Place

1966-67 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Loyola (Que) 5............................................................................................ Providence 0 Wisconsin 5................................................................................................. Providence 3 4th Place 1967-68 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Loyola (Que) 8............................................................................................ Providence 2 Carleton 3.................................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place

1970-71 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 4.................................................................................. Providence 1 Providence 5 ......................................................................................... Northeastern 1 3rd Place

1963-64 ECAC PLAYOFFS Providence 3...................................................................................................... Colgate 2 Providence 6.................................................................................................... Clarkson 5 Providence 3.............................................................................................St. Lawrence 1 CHAMPIONS

1970-71 CITY OF NORTH TOURNAMENT Minnesota-Duluth 10.............................................................................. Providence 1 Michigan Tech 5........................................................................................ Providence 1 Calgary 6...................................................................................................... Providence 3 6th Place

1963-64 NCAA PLAYOFFS Michigan 3.................................................................................................. Providence 2 RPI 2............................................................................................................... Providence 1 4th Place

1970-71 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Cornell 6....................................................................................................... Providence 3 6th Place

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1963-64 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Colorado College 8.................................................................................. Providence 5 McGill 3........................................................................................................ Providence 2 4th Place

SEASON IN REVIEW

1962-63 ECAC PLAYOFFS St. Lawrence 2...................................................................................Providence 1 (OT) 6th Place

1969-70 RPI TOURNAMENT Providence 3....................................................................................................Montreal 2 Providence 2............................................................................................................... RPI 1 Providence 5........................................................................................ Bowling Green 2 CHAMPIONS

FACILITIES

1961-62 ECAC PLAYOFFS Clarkson 6.................................................................................................... Providence 3 8th Place

1965-66 BROWN CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Minnesota-Duluth 4................................................................................ Providence 1 McGill 3........................................................................................................ Providence 0 4th Place

COACHES & STAFF

1964-65 BOSTON GARDEN FESTIVAL Harvard 2..................................................................................................... Providence 1

The 1980-81 season saw the Friars win their second ECAC championship and advance to their third NCAA Tournament appearance.

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1957-58 BOSTON ARENA TOURNAMENT Boston University 7.................................................................................. Providence 3 Northeastern 10........................................................................................ Providence 2 Providence 5....................................................................................... Boston College 2 5th Place


FRIAR TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1978-79 YALE-MACK BULLDOG TOURNAMENT New Hampshire 5............................................................................Providence 4 (OT) Clarkson 7.................................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place 1978-79 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Cornell 6..............................................................................................Providence 5 (OT) 5th Place 1979-80 OLD COLONY INVITATIONAL Providence 4.................................................................................Minnesota-Duluth 3 Providence 9.............................................................................................St. Lawrence 4 Providence 4.........................................................................................................Brown 2 CHAMPIONS 1979-80 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Providence 8...................................................................................................... Colgate 3 Cornell 6....................................................................................................... Providence 5 Providence 6...........................................................................................Clarkson 5 (OT) 3rd Place

After winning the inaugural Hockey East Tournament in 1984-85, the Friars advanced to the NCAA Championship Game where they lost a 2-1 heartbreaker to RPI. Cornell 11.................................................................................................... Providence 1 8th Place 1972-73 RPI TOURNAMENT Minnesota-Duluth 5................................................................................ Providence 4 RPI 4............................................................................................................... Providence 1 Providence 8.....................................................................................................Carleton 1 5th Place 1973-74 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Harvard 9..................................................................................................... Providence 3 6th Place 1975-76 RPI TOURNAMENT Providence 4........................................................................................... Northeastern 0 Providence 9.................................................................................................. Princeton 2 Providence 3............................................................................................................... RPI 3 CHAMPIONS 1976-77 BLUE-GREEN TOURNAMENT Providence 6............................................................................................... Dartmouth 4 New Hampshire 6..................................................................................... Providence 4 2nd Place 1976-77 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Clarkson 6.................................................................................................... Providence 3 8th Place

The 1990-91 Friars, featuring 200+ point scorers Mike Boback and Rob Gaudreau, were selected as an NCAA Tournament at-large bid, the seventh appearance in the program's history. 1980-81 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Providence 5....................................................................................... Boston College 2 Providence 4...........................................................................................Clarkson 3 (OT) Providence 8....................................................................................................... Cornell 4 CHAMPIONS 1980-81 NCAA DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Michigan Tech 7........................................................................................ Providence 3 Michigan Tech 6........................................................................................ Providence 5 6th Place 1981-82 INTER UNIVERSITY CUP Providence 9................................................................................................ Merrimack 0 Providence 2................................................................................................... Moncton 3 3rd Place

1977-78 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Providence 8....................................................................................................... Cornell 5 Providence 5...................................................................................Boston University 1 Boston College 4....................................................................................... Providence 3 2nd Place

1981-82 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS New Hampshire 4..................................................................................... Providence 2 6th Place

1977-78 NCAA DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Boston University 5.................................................................................. Providence 3 5th Place - TIE

1982-83 SCHOONER CUP TOURNAMENT Providence 9...................................................................................................St. Mary's 2 Providence 5..................................................................................................Dalhousie 2

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FRIAR TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1982-83 ECAC DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Providence 2..............................................................................................................Yale 1 Providence 2..............................................................................................................Yale 1 Providence 1.............................................................................................St. Lawrence 0 Harvard 4..................................................................................................... Providence 1 2nd Place

1983-84 SCHOONER CUP TOURNAMENT Providence 6....................................................................................... New Brunswick 2 Toronto 6............................................................................................Providence 5 (OT) 2nd Place

1984-85 NCAA DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Michigan State 3....................................................................................... Providence 2 Providence 4........................................................................................Michigan State 2 Providence 4........................................................................... Boston College 3 (3OT) RPI 2............................................................................................................... Providence 1 2nd Place

1986-87 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Maine 5......................................................................................................... Providence 2 Lost in Quarterfinals

1988-89 RPI TOURNAMENT Providence 5.................................................................................................... Air Force 3 Providence 2....................................................................................................R.P.I. 1 (OT) CHAMPIONS

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1990-91 USAir HOCKEY CLASSIC Providence 8.......................................................................................................Ottawa 3 Providence 6.................................................................................................R.P.I. 5 (3OT) CHAMPIONS 1990-91 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 4......................................................................................New Hampshire 1 Boston University 7.................................................................................. Providence 5 Lost in Semifinals 1990-91 NCAA TOURNAMENT Providence 4................................................................................................ Minnesota 3 Minnesota 8................................................................................................ Providence 4 Minnesota 8................................................................................................ Providence 3 Minnesota wins series 2-1 1991-92 USAir HOCKEY CLASSIC Providence 7...........................................................................................................Army 1 UMass-Lowell 4......................................................................................... Providence 1 2nd Place 1991-92 MARIUCCI CLASSIC Minnesota 5................................................................................................ Providence 2 Providence 5....................................................................................... Boston College 3 3rd Place 1991-92 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 7.......................................................................................... UMass-Lowell 0 New Hampshire 5..................................................................................... Providence 3 Lost in Semifinals 1992-93 RPI TOURNAMENT Providence 4...........................................................................................Clarkson 3 (OT) Providence 5....................................................................................................R.P.I. 4 (OT) CHAMPIONS

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1987-88 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3...................................................................................Boston University 2 Providence 6...................................................................................Boston University 4 Maine 6......................................................................................................... Providence 5 Maine 11...................................................................................................... Providence 2 Lost in Semifinals

1989-90 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 5......................................................................................New Hampshire 1 New Hampshire 2..................................................................................... Providence 0 New Hampshire 7..................................................................................... Providence 4 Lost in Quarterfinals

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1987-88 AULD LANG SYNE TOURNAMENT Vermont 4................................................................................................... Providence 1 Dartmouth 4............................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place

1989-90 YOKEN'S/COMFORT INN HOCKEY CLASSIC Providence 4.................................................................................................... Vermont 1 Providence 2..........................................................................New Hampshire 1 (3OT) CHAMPIONS

FACILITIES

1985-86 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 5......................................................................................................... Maine 4 Providence 5......................................................................................................... Maine 2 Boston University 3.................................................................................. Providence 2 Lowell 8........................................................................................................ Providence 5 Lost in Consolation Game

1988-89 NCAA TOURNAMENT QUARTERFINALS Providence 8......................................................................................................... Maine 6 Maine 3......................................................................................................... Providence 2 Maine 4............................................................................................. Providence 3 (2OT) Maine Wins Series, 2-1

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1984-85 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3........................................................................................... Northeastern 2 Providence 3........................................................................................... Northeastern 0 Providence 5...................................................................................Boston University 2 Providence 2........................................................................... Boston College 1 (2OT) CHAMPIONS

1988-89 NCAA TOURNAMENT Northern Michigan 9............................................................................... Providence 5 Providence 4................................................................................Northern Michigan 2 Providence 2................................................................................Northern Michigan 0 Providence Wins Series, 2-1

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1982-83 NCAA DIVISION I PLAYOFFS Providence 7.................................................................................Minnesota-Duluth 3 Providence 3.................................................................................Minnesota-Duluth 2 Wisconsin 2................................................................................................. Providence 0 Providence 4................................................................................................ Minnesota 3 3rd Place

1988-89 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3...................................................................................Boston University 2 Boston College 6........................................................................... Providence 5 (2OT) Providence 3........................................................................................... Northeastern 2 3rd Place

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FRIAR TOURNAMENT RESULTS 1992-93 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS UMass-Lowell 7......................................................................................... Providence 4 Providence 3................................................................................ UMass-Lowell 3 (OT) Lost in Quarterfinals 1993-94 BANK ONE/BADGER SHOWDOWN Northern Michigan 5............................................................................... Providence 4 Providence 6.................................................................................... Alaska-Fairbanks 3 3rd Place 1993-94 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Northeastern 4.......................................................................................... Providence 3 Northeastern 2.................................................................................Providence 1 (OT) Lost in Quarterfinals 1994-95 AULD LANG SYNE TOURNAMENT Dartmouth 4............................................................................................... Providence 2 Illinois-Chicago 7...................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place 1994-95 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3............................................................................ New Hampshire 2 (OT) Providence 7......................................................................................................... Maine 3 Boston University 3.................................................................................. Providence 2 2nd Place 1995-96 RPI TOURNAMENT Clarkson 4.................................................................................................... Providence 3 Providence 3............................................................................................................... RPI 2 3rd Place 1995-96 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 5....................................................................................... Boston College 2 Providence 4....................................................................................... Boston College 2 Providence 5...................................................................................Boston University 4 Providence 3......................................................................................................... Maine 2 CHAMPIONS 1995-96 NCAA TOURNAMENT Minnesota 5................................................................................................ Providence 1 Lost in First Round 1996-97 SYRACUSE INVITATIONAL Cornell 4........................................................................................... Providence 3 (3OT) Colgate 6..................................................................................................... Providence 2 4th Place 1996-97 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS UMass-Lowell 6......................................................................................... Providence 2 UMass-Lowell 6......................................................................................... Providence 5 Lost in Quarterfinals 1997-98 SHERATON/USAIRWAYS CLASSIC Providence 5.................................................................................................... Vermont 1 Dartmouth 4............................................................................................... Providence 3 2nd Place 1997-98 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Boston College 4....................................................................................... Providence 3 Boston College 6....................................................................................... Providence 3 Lost in Quarterfinals

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1998-99 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 8...................................................................................Boston University 2 Boston University 8.................................................................................. Providence 2 Providence 5...................................................................................Boston University 1 New Hampshire 6..................................................................................... Providence 2 Lost in Semifinals 1999-00 ICE BREAKER TOURNAMENT Providence 2............................................................................................. Notre Dame 1 Denver 3............................................................................................Providence 2 (2ot) 2nd Place 1999-00 RPI TOURNAMENT Providence 3..........................................................................................................Union 1 Providence 5............................................................................................................... RPI 3 CHAMPIONS 1999-00 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Maine 5......................................................................................................... Providence 3 Maine 5................................................................................................. Providence 4 (ot) Lost in Quarterfinals 2000-01 DENVER CUP Providence 4................................................................................................Ferris State 2 Denver 2...................................................................................................... Providence 1 Second Place 2000-01 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 6...................................................................................Boston University 3 Boston University 2.................................................................................. Providence 1 Providence 4........................................................................Boston University 3 (2ot) Providence 4......................................................................................................... Maine 3 Boston College 5....................................................................................... Providence 3 Lost in Championship 2000-01 NCAA TOURNAMENT Wisconsin 4................................................................................................. Providence 1 Lost in First Round 2001-02 MAVERICK STAMPEDE Michigan 6.................................................................................................. Providence 3 Nebraska-Omaha 4.........................................................................Providence 3 (OT) Fourth Place 2001-02 MARIUCCI CLASSIC Providence 4................................................................................. Western Michigan 1 Minnesota 6................................................................................................ Providence 1 Second Place 2001-02 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Boston University 3.................................................................................. Providence 2 Boston University 4.................................................................................. Providence 2 Lost in Quarterfinals 2002-03 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Boston University 5.........................................................................Providence 4 (OT) Boston University 7.................................................................................. Providence 1 Lost in Quarterfinals 2003-04 DUNKIN' DONUTS COFFEE POT Providence 4.................................................................................................... Clarkson 3 St. Cloud State 6........................................................................................ Providence 3 Second Place

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2004-05 LEDYARD NATIONAL BANK TOURNAMENT Vermont 3................................................................................................... Providence 1 Providence 3........................................................................................ Bowling Green 2 Third Place

2013-14 NCAA TOURNAMENT Providence 4..................................................................... Quinnipiac 0 (NCAA Rd. 1) Union 3................................................................ Providence 1 (East Regional Final) Lost in East Regional Final

2004-05 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 4...................................................................................Boston University 1 Boston University 2.................................................................................. Providence 0 Boston University 2.................................................................................. Providence 0 Lost in Quarterfinals

2014-15 Vermont's Catamount Cup Classic Providence 4........................................................................................ Massachusetts 1 Providence 3.................................................................................................... Vermont 0 Catamount Cup Champions

2005-06 RPI/BANK OF AMERICA HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT Nebraska-Omaha 4.................................................................................. Providence 2 RPI 3............................................................................................................... Providence 2 Fourth Place

2005-06 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS New Hampshire 4..................................................................................... Providence 0 New Hampshire 2........................................................................ Providence 1 (2 OT) Lost in Quarterfinals 2006-07 BADGER HOCKEY SHOWDOWN Providence 1.......................................................................................... Lake Superior 2 Wisconsin 5................................................................................................. Providence 0 Fourth Place

2007-08 GREAT LAKES INVITATIONAL Michigan 6.................................................................................................. Providence 0 Michigan State 3....................................................................................... Providence 5 Third Place

2011-12 DENVER CUP CLASSIC Miami 6........................................................................................................ Providence 2 Princeton 3.................................................................................................. Providence 1 Fourth place

2015-16 FLORIDA COLLEGE HOCKEY CLASSIC Cornell 2............................................................................................... Providence 1 (ot) Providence 2....................................................................................... Boston College 1 Third Place 2015-16 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3.......................................................................................Merrimack 1 (QF) Providence 2.......................................................................................Merrimack 0 (QF) UMass Lowell 2........................................................................Providence 1 - 3ot (SF) Lost in Semifinals 2015-16 NCAA TOURNAMENT Minnesota Duluth 2.............................................Providence 1 - 2ot (NCAA Rd. 1) Lost in Northeast Regional Semifinal 2016-17 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3...............................................................................Massachusetts 0 (OR) Providence 5...............................................................................Massachusetts 1 (OR) Notre Dame 5....................................................................................Providence 0 (QF) Notre Dame 5....................................................................................Providence 2 (QF) Lost in Quarterfinals 2016-17 NCAA TOURNAMENT Harvard 3...........................................................................Providence 0 (NCAA Rd. 1) Lost in East Regional Semifinal

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2011-12 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 5...........................................................................................UMass Lowell 3 UMass Lowell 3....................................................................................Providence 2 OT Providence 1...........................................................................................UMass Lowell 0 Boston College 4....................................................................................... Providence 2 Lost in Semifinals 2012-13 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3......................................................................................New Hampshire 2 New Hampshire 4..................................................................................... Providence 1 Providence 3......................................................................................New Hampshire 2 UMass Lowell 2.......................................................................................... Providence 1 Lost in Semifinals

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2007-08 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Boston College 5....................................................................................... Providence 1 Boston College 5....................................................................................... Providence 1 Lost in Quarterfinals

2014-15 NCAA TOURNAMENT Providence 7...............................................................................Miami 5 (NCAA Rd. 1) Providence 4.............................................................. Denver 1 (East Regional Final) Providence 4.......................................... Omaha 1 (Frozen Four/NCAA Semifinal) Providence 4...........Boston University 3 (Frozen Four/NCAA Championship) NCAA Champions

FACILITIES

2006-07 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS New Hampshire 4..................................................................................... Providence 0 New Hampshire 6..................................................................................... Providence 0 Lost in Quarterfinals

2014-15 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS New Hampshire 2.................................................................... Providence 1 - ot (QF) Providence 2............................................................................ New Hampshire 1 (QF) New Hampshire 2.................................................................... Providence 1 - ot (QF) Lost in Quarterfinals

COACHES & STAFF

2005-06 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOLIDAY CLASSIC Providence 7...................................................................................................... Colgate 1 Providence 5............................................................................................Sacred Heart 2 CHAMPIONS

2013-14 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS Providence 3.................................................................................................Maine 1(QF) Providence 4................................................................................................Maine 2 (QF) New Hampshire 3.............................................................................Providence 1 (SF) Lost in Semifinals

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2013-14 Dartmouth's Ledyard Bank Classic Providence 3............................................................................................... Dartmouth 2 Air Force 3................................................................................................... Providence 2

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2003-04 HOCKEY EAST PLAYOFFS New Hampshire 2..................................................................................... Providence 1 Providence 4............................................................................ New Hampshire 3 (OT) New Hampshire 1..................................................................................... Providence 0 Lost in Quarterfinals 2004-05 DUNKIN' DONUTS COFFEE POT Providence 3.................................................................................................Holy Cross 1 Merrimack 5................................................................................................ Providence 2 Second Place

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PROVIDENCE IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

NCAA Tournament Appearances: 14-18-0 (13 appearances) First Round: 5-7-0 (8 Appearances) Year Game 1989 Northern Michigan 9, Providence 5 1989 Providence 4, Northern Michigan 2 1989 Providence 2, Northern Michigan 0 1991 Providence 4, Minnesota 3 1991 Minnesota 8, Providence 4 1991 Minnesota 8, Providence 3 1996 Minnesota 5, Providence 1 2001 Wisconsin 4, Providence 1 2014 Providence 4, Quinnipiac 0 2015 Providence 7, Miami 5 2016 Minnesota Duluth 2, Providence 1 (2ot) 2017 Harvard 3, Providence 0

Result L W W W L L L L W W L L

Location (Arena) Marquette, Mich. (Lakeview Arena) Marquette, Mich. (Lakeview Arena) Marquette, Mich. (Lakeview Arena) Minneapolis, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) Minneapolis, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) Minneapolis, Minn. (Mariucci Arena) East Lansing, Mich. (Munn Ice Arena) Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena) Bridgeport, Conn. (Webster Bank Arena) Providence, R.I. (Dunkin’ Donuts Center) Worcester, Mass. (DCU Center) Providence, R.I. (Dunkin' Donuts Center)

Quarterfinals/Regional Finals: 5-6-0 (7 Appearances) Year Game Result 1978 Boston University 5, Providence 2 L 1981 Michigan Tech 7, Providence 3 L 1981 Michigan Tech 6, Providence 5 L 1983 Providence 7, Minnesota Duluth 3 W 1983 Providence 3, Minnesota Duluth 2 W 1985 Michigan State 3, Providence 2 L 1985 Providence 4, Michigan State 2 W 1989 Providence 8, Maine 6 W 1989 Maine 3, Providence 2 L 1989 Maine 4, Providence 3 (2ot) L 2014 Union 3, Providence 1 L 2015 Providence 4, Denver 1 W

Location (Arena) Providence, R.I. (Schneider Arena) Providence, R.I. (Schneider Arena) Providence, R.I. (Schneider Arena) Providence, R.I. (Schneider Arena) Providence, R.I. (Schneider Arena) East Lansing, Mich.(Munn Arena) East Lansing, Mich. (Munn Arena) Orono, Maine (Alfond Arena) Orono, Maine (Alfond Arena) Orono, Maine (Alfond Arena) Bridgeport, Conn. (Webster Bank Arena) Providence, R.I. (Dunkin’ Donuts Center)

Semifinals: 2-2-0 (4 Appearances) Year Game 1964 Michigan 3, Providence 2 1983 Wisconsin 2, Providence 0 1985 Providence 4, Boston College 3 (3ot) 2015 Providence 4, Omaha 1

Result L L W W

Location (Arena) Denver, Colo. (DU Arena) Grand Forks, N.D. (Winter Sports Center) Detroit, Mich. (Joe Louis Arena) Boston, Mass. (TD Garden)

Consolation Game: 1-1-0 (2 Appearances) Year Game 1964 RPI 2, Providence 1 1983 Providence 4, Minnesota 3

Result L W

Location (Arena) Denver, Colo. (DU Arena) Grand Forks, N.D. (Winter Sports Center)

Championship Game: 1-1-0 (2 Appearances) Year Game 1985 RPI 2, Providence 1 2015 Providence 4, Boston University 3

Result L W

Location (Arena) Detroit, Mich. (Joe Louis Arena) Boston, Mass. (TD Garden)

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FRIAR NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS in NCAA Tournament MOST GOALS: YEAR: 6; Rob Gaudreau, 1989 GAME: 2; Rob Gaudreau, March 24, 1989 vs. Maine 2; Mike Boback, March 24, 1989 vs. Maine 2; Lyle Wildgoose, March 17, 1989 vs. Northern Michigan 2; Shane Luke, March 28, 2015 vs. Miami CAREER: 8; Rob Gaudreau, 1989 & 1991

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MOST ASSISTS: GAME: 3; Mike Boback, March 17, 1991 vs. Minnesota 3; Jake Walman, March 29, 2015 vs. Denver YEAR: 6; Mike Boback (1989 & 1991) CAREER: 12; Mike Boback (1989 & 1991)

MOST SAVES: GAME: 62; Chris Terreri, March 28, 1985 (3ot) vs. Boston College* 54; Nick Ellis, March 25, 2016 (2ot) vs. Minnesota Duluth^ 49; Jon Gillies, April 11, 2015 vs. Boston University YEAR: 185; Chris Terreri, 1985# 151; Mark Romaine, 1989 126; Jon Gillies, 2015 * Frozen Four record ^ Northeast Regional record 1; Mark Romaine, March 19, 1989 vs. Northern Michigan (2-0) 1; Jon Gillies, March 28, 2014 vs. Quinnipiac (4-0)

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SHUTOUTS: CAREER:

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MOST POINTS: GAME: 4; Mike Boback, March 24, 1989 vs. Maine YEAR: 8; Rob Gaudreau, 1989 8; Mike Boback, 1989 CAREER: 16; Mike Boback, 1989 & 1991

SAVE PERCENTAGE: CAREER: .964; Nick Ellis, 2016 (54/56) .948; Chris Terreri, 1983 & 1985 (275/290) .936; Jon Gillies, 2013-15 (191/204)

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GAMES PLAYED: CAREER: 8; Kyle McKenzie, 2013-2017 8; Anthony Florentino, 2013-2017 TEAM GOALS: YEAR: 24; 1989 (T-4th all-time in NCAA history) 19; 2015 14; 1983 11; 1985

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LONGEST GAMES: 82:33 - Providence 4, Boston College 3 (3ot) - March 28, 1985* 80:57 - Minnesota Duluth 2, Providence 1 (2ot) - March 25, 2016 * denotes 10-minute overtime periods

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THE COGNOMEN

It is reported by Vincent Cyril Dore, O.P., who played in the earliest of Providence College athletics contests, that PC men were called “Cardinals,” but there is no official record or reference in newspaper clippings. There are references, however, to the nickname “Dominicans” as a sobriquet for PC athletes after the use of “Cardinals.” “Black and White” and “White and Black” were generally accepted epithets as well. “Friars” first appeared in an April 9, 1929 Providence Journal sports story prior to the start of the 1929 baseball season and a game against Northeastern University. The earlier nicknames, along with other informal references (Smith Hillers, North End boys, etc.), continued to be used until the Fall of 1932 when “Friars” became more officially accepted and recognized as the one true cognomen for Providence College. Friars, of course, was the word describing the members of the mendicant orders founded in the 13th century. Most of the members were priests engaged in a direct apostolate to the faithful. The Friars possessed greater mobility than other orders in that they were not confined to a single monastery or abbey. It is surmised that the cognomen and reference to PC athletes as “Friars” came from an on-campus service club formed by John E. Farrell ’26 called the Friars Club. Farrell was the Graduate Manager of Athletics at the College, who travelled with the baseball team to Dartmouth and learned of a service organization called the Green Key Society, which met and assisted visiting athletic teams. With the help of College president Reverend Lorenzo McCarthy, O.P. a similar club was formed at Providence College. Farrell reasoned that since the College was under the jurisdiction of the Order of Friar Preachers, the nickname was a natural.

SCHOOL COLORS

Black and White are the official colors of Providence College. The black and white colors come from the habit worn by the Dominican Order. On solemn and formal occasions, the white habit is covered by a long black cloak and hood which is called the cappa. It is the black cappa, which in ancient times was worn in the street, that caused the Dominicans in English-speaking countries to be called “Blackfriars.” The colors symbolize the ideals of the order. White typifies the Divine Truth preached by the Order and is indicative of the purity of life that must be characteristic of every Dominican. The black cappa is a constant reminder of the sacrifices that must be made in defense of the truth and the penance which is the means of preserving purity of life.

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ALMA MATER

From “Finlandia” by Jan Sibelius Mother of Truth, we proudly pledge to thee Undying love and steadfast loyalty. From thee we learned the wondrous work of God, His goodness, grace, and holy power; Clear has thou shown that pathways must be trod; All fearless now we brave life’s hour! Though failure frown, though kindly fortune smile, Firm our advance, naught can us e’er beguile. To honor bound, to love and virtue sworn, Lift we our voices in full acclaim Our lives shall thee with noble deeds adorn; Hail Providence! We praise thy name!

SCHOOL SEAL

The seal of Providence College consists of a torch superimposed on a triangle. In symbolism, the triangle represents the Trinity. Thus is signified an education which considers human existence in relation to eternity, which goes beyond the natural order and teaches the student to live according to the higher principles of supernatural grace. The torch, always indicative of learning, is particularly emblematic of a Dominican institution since it is part of the device of one of the oldest shields of the Order. At the outset it referred to Saint Dominic himself who so magnificently conquered error by the Light of Truth, and who personally and through his followers was responsible, in no small measure, for the full flowering of the medieval universities. This tradition for learning the Friars Preachers carried to every part of the world. The flame of the torch signifies the soul of man; the light of the flame indicates his mind. The torch is always borne aloft. The flame, therefore, towers over the surrounding symbols and typifies leadership among men. The motto of the College is Veritas. It means Truth, which is the proper object of all intellectual activity. The Diamond Jubilee logo depicts the long tradition of Dominican influence on the College.

PROVIDENCE HOCKEY LOGO

The famous Friar hockey logo is the creation of Mr. Chuck Verde '63 who came up with the idea of a logo that would set hockey apart from all other Providence sports. He developed several ideas after talking with then-coach Lou Lamoriello and assistant coach Bob Bellemore. They liked the idea and chose what has now become the traditional hockey logo. This logo came on the scene during the 1972-73 season and first appeared on the Friars' jerseys at the start of the 1973-74 season.

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1952-53 Team -- The 1952-53 Friars were the first varsity team since the inaugural 1926-27 season. Rev. Herman Schneider was responsible for the reinstatement of Friar hockey. The team posted a 6-8-0 mark in 1952-53.

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1996 HOCKEY EAST Title -- The underdog Friars defeated top ranked BU, 5-4, in the semifinals and Maine, 3-2, in the title game on March 16, 1996 for the team's second HOCKEY EAST crown. PC became the first No. 4 seed to win the league title.

Bob Bellemore '66 is one of the top goaltenders to have ever played at Providence College. Bellemore ranks fifth with a 3.12 career goals against average. In his sophomore year of 1964, he helped the Friars win their first ECAC title and their first berth in the NCAA Final Four. While at PC, Bellemore also starred on the baseball team, captaining the squad in his senior year. Bellemore began his coaching career as the part-time assistant men's ice hockey coach and in 1972 he joined Lou Lamoriello's staff as a full-time assistant coach until 1986. In 1986-87, Bellemore held the title of Arena Director of Schneider Arena. Bellemore left PC in 1987 to become the goaltending coach for the New Jersey Devils. He returned to PC in 1991 to finish his master's degree and to become the assistant women's ice hockey coach. In 1984, Bob was inducted in the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame as one of the best goalies to man the Friar cage.

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1985 HOCKEY EAST Title -- Tim Army and Head Coach Steve Stirling accept the HOCKEY EAST trophy from Commissioner Lou Lamoriello after capturing the 1985 Tournament title. PC defeated BC, 2-1, in double overtime on March 16, 1985 at the Providence Civic Center.

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1981 ECAC Title -- The 1980-81 Friars posted a 17-15-1 mark and captured the team's second ECAC title. The team won its second ECAC crown with an 8-4 victory against Cornell at the Boston Garden on March 14, 1981. The Friars were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament by Michigan Tech in two games.

Tim Army '85 was one of a long line of high scoring forwards who led PC hockey to prominence in the early 1980's. The Friars' all-time leader in games played (151), he captained the 1984-85 Friars to the first HOCKEY EAST Championship and helped lead the Friars to the 1985 NCAA Finals. Sixth on the Friars' all-time scoring list with 179 points (71 goals, 108 assists), Army was the leading goal scorer in HOCKEY EAST's first season with 73 points (27 goals and 46 assists). A 1985 First Team All-America, All-Academic Team, All-HOCKEY EAST and All-New England selection, the East Providence native was a finalist for the 1985 Hobey Baker Award and won PC's Mal Brown Award. Army was also selected as the winner of the 1985 Walter Brown Trophy which is awarded annually to the top American born player in New England. After two years of playing professional hockey, Army returned to Providence College where he served as an assistant coach for six seasons (1987-93). In 1993, he moved on to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in the National Hockey League where he served as an assistant coach to Friar Hall of Famer Ron Wilson. He also served as an assistant to Wilson with the Washington Capitals and as a head coach of the Portland Pirates. He was named head coach at Providence College in 2005 and coached the Friars for six seasons. Army was named one of top-25 forwards during Hockey East's 25th Anniversary celebration in 2009. Currently, he is an assistant coach with the NHL's Colorado Avalanche.

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1964 ECAC Title -- The 1963-64 Friars captured the team's first conference title when the squad defeated St. Lawrence, 3-1, at the Boston Arena on March 14, 1964. The team recorded a 19-7 mark and made the squad's first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

2015 NCAA Champions -- Providence defeated the Boston University Terriers,4-3, on April 11 at the TD Garden on the strength of a an exhilarating third period comeback that culminated in junior forward Brandon Tanev's game-winning goal scored with just over six minutes to play. Junior goaltender Jon Gillies made a career-high 49 saves en route to being named the Frozen Four's Most Outstanding Player, while sophomore defenseman Anthony Florentino and junior forward Mark Jankowski joined Gillies on the All-Tournament Team. It marked Providence's first-ever back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament, and the Friars made a run to the Frozen Four for the first time in 30 years before capturing the College's third NCAA team title overall, joining the women's cross country team, who captured NCAA titles in 1995 and 2013.

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1926-27 Team -- The 1926-27 squad was the first varsity hockey team at PC. The team posted a 1-7 record, with its only win being a 6-4 victory over Springfield on January 6, 1927. During the summer, the College decided that it could not budget a full-time coach or secure nonconflicting practice schedules so the decision was made to drop the sport for the 1928 season and, "until such time as it might be supported adequately."

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The following is a list of some of the greatest names in the history of Friar hockey. Although there have been many great names over the 62 seasons of PC hockey, this list only includes those Friars who are in the PC Athletic Hall of Fame, earned All-America accolades, were Olympians, rank in the top-10 in overall scoring or the top overall goaltenders. Also listed are moments and events that impacted Friar Hockey History.


IMPORTANT NAMES AND EVENTS IN FRIAR HISTORY Rick Bennett '90 was best recognized for his versatility with the Friars. In his years at PC, the powerful left wing played center, played defense, played on the power play and killed penalties. The culmination of years of hard work and dedication led Bennett to be a 1990 Hobey Baker Finalist. A former Friar cocaptain, Bennett earned Second Team All-HOCKEY EAST honors in 1990. In 1987, Rick was named to the HOCKEY EAST All-Rookie Team. He was a two-time winner of the Lamoriello Trophy as Team MVP for Providence. In 1989, he tallied 46 points and was named Second Team All-American. Bennett participated in two U.S. Olympic Sports Festivals where he won a gold medal for the West Team in 1989. Bennett ranks 24th all-time at PC with 134 points in 128 games. Bennett played three seasons with the New York Rangers in the National Hockey League. He also played for the Pee Dee Pride of the ECHL. He currently serves as the head coach of the Union College men's hockey team. Boback and Gaudreau -- Mike Boback '92 and Rob Gaudreau '92 formed a formidable duo for the Friars, registering 412 points combined. Boback ranks fourth all-time in scoring (201 points) and Gaudreau ranks third (211 points). Both players helped lead the Friars to two NCAA appearances and four 20-win seasons in their four years at Providence.

Mike Boback '92 ranks as one of the top 10 goal scorers of all time at PC with 73 tallies. Boback finished his four seasons with the Friars ranking second in career assists (128) and fourth in career points (201) in 131 games. Boback scored 72 points in his senior year. As a sophomore and as a senior, Boback was a first team HOCKEY EAST All-Star. Boback holds the school record for the longest game point scoring streak with 19 games. He was named Stickyfingers/ WDOM Player of the Year in 1989-90. The All-New Englander was also a recipient of two of the highest honors at Providence College, the 1992 Lamoriello Most Valuable Team Player accolade and the 1992 Mal Brown Award. He is a member of the PC Athletic Hall of Fame. Edward Conaty '33 served as a volunteer SID for the PC football and basketball teams from 1938-41. A statistician for the football team until the sport was dropped, Conaty also volunteered in developing alumni interest in basketball and was associated with the school's hockey program for over 20 years. After his graduation, he held every office in the Alumni Association from secretary through president. In 1973, he was given the Alumni "Distinguished Service Award" and is the donator of the college's oldest athletic award, the Mal Brown Award. Conaty also was a founding member of the Friends of Friar Hockey organization. His dedication truly depicts what a true fan should be like. He is a member of the PC Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Gord Cruickshank '88 was one of the top goal scorers to ever skate for the Friars. The talented center garnered 1988 Second Team All-America accolades and All-New England Honors. The two time HOCKEY EAST All-Star Team member played in 145 career games, becoming one of Providence's top goal scorers with 99 career goals and 60 career assists. As a Friar co-captain, Cruickshank led his team in scoring with 29 goals, 16 assists to help Providence advance to the HOCKEY EAST Semifinals during his senior year. Cruickshank finished his college career as one of HOCKEY EAST's all time goal scoring leaders with 80 career goals in league play. He was awarded with the Male Sine Qua Non Award (That without whom, there is nothing), which is an award that is presented to a senior who distinguishes himself among his peers without receiving proper recognition. Cruickshank also received the 1987-88 Lamoriello Trophy for the Team's Most Valuable Player. Thomas Eccleston Jr. '34 became the Friars' fourth coach after spending 23 years at Burrillville High school where he coached teams to the state championships in football, hockey and baseball. In his eight seasons with the Friars, Eccleston's teams had seven winning campaigns, appeared in post season play three times and advanced to the NCAA Finals during the 1963-64 season. The 1963-64 team, one of the College's best, went 19-7-0 on the way to a fourth place finish in the national tournament. Eccleston retired following the 1963-64 season as the New England Coach of the Year. He is a member of the PC Athletic Hall of Fame. Rob Gaudreau '92 was one of the most outstanding Friars to skate for PC. He finished his career with over 100 goals and 100 assists. He is third in all-time scoring with 211 points, and PC's all-time leader in goals scored (103). During his senior year, co-captain Gaudreau was moved from forward to defense to help the Friar attack. He led all defensemen in HOCKEY EAST with nine goals and 19 assists as well as the country in scoring with 21 goals and 34 assists. Gaudreau scored over 20 goals in every season as a Friar, playing in 146 games. Gaudreau was the 1988-89 HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Year, a two-time HOCKEY EAST All-Star, a member of the 1992 HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament Team, the 1992 New England Player of the Year and New England Top Defensemen. He earned the 1992 Providence College Male Athlete of the Year award, was a two-time winner of the team's Most Valuable Player award, and he was awarded the 1992 Walter Brown Trophy, given to the top American hockey player in New England. Gaudreau was a 1992 Hobey Baker Finalist, All-American Second Team member, and a two-time All-New England selection. Gaudreau signed with the San Jose Sharks in 1992, collecting the team's first ever hat trick during his second NHL game. He also played two seasons with the Ottawa Senators. He was inducted into the Providence College Hall of Fame in 2003. Gaudreau was named among the top-25 forwards during Hockey East's 25th Anniversary Celebration in 2009.

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Dan Kennedy '76 proved to Friar fans that he was one of the top wingers in the East. After overcoming injuries in his freshman year, Kennedy was able to come back and score a total of 75 goals, 93 assists for 168 points in 105 career games. He helped bring his team to two ECAC tournaments. Kennedy was an honorable mention All-East selection. Regardless of being unnoticed for his first three seasons with the Friars, this co-captain was thrilled to be part of the most productive lines in Friar Hockey. Kennedy at right wing, along with Randy and Brad Wilson at left and center, tallied 80 goals and 90 assists for 170 points. He was awarded with the Sine Quo Non Award in 1976. Kennedy is most remembered for his non-flashy ways of getting the job done, and getting it done correctly. He was inducted into the Providence College Hall of Fame in recognition of his outstanding achievements on and off the ice while at Providence College.

Lou Lamoriello '63 has more wins than any other hockey coach at Providence College. Lou Lamoriello has done just about everything since coming to the school as a student in 1959. As a player he played both hockey and baseball. He still ranks 33rd on the PC scoring list with 58 goals and 60 assists for 118 points in 64 career games. Following graduation, Lamoriello served as assistant coach to Zellio Toppazzini. In the 15 seasons as head coach, the Providence native racked up 248 wins and saw 11 of his 15 teams qualify for post-season play with teams in 1978, 1981, and 1983 advance to the NCAA Tournament. Lamoriello's final team, the 1982-83 squad, quite possibly the greatest in PC history, went 33-10-0 and finished third in the NCAA's. Following that season, the popular coach stepped down to take over as athletic director on a full-time basis after assuming that role in July, 1982. He went on to become the driving force in forming HOCKEY EAST and served as the league's first director from 1984-1987. In June of 1987, Lamoriello stepped down as PC's Athletics Director and HOCKEY EAST's director to become the President and General Manager of the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League, where he led them to three Stanley Cup titles. Lamoriello was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 9, 2009 in Toronto. He was then inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame on Nov. 15, 2012. His No. 14 jersey was retired at Schneider Arena in 2016-17. Bill Milner '79 is one of the top goaltenders in Friar hockey history. He ranks fourth in the school's alltime career saves list with 2,839 career stops. Milner recorded 50 career victories, which is good for third all time. During the 1978-79 season, Milner led the Friars to a berth in the ECAC Playoffs, as PC finished with a 16-10-2 overall record. For his efforts, he was named team MVP in 1978 and 1979.

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of Fame in 1977.

Grant Heffernan '65 was a powerful center who helped the 1964 team capture the ECAC Championship by scoring the game-winning goal. He was awarded with the Paul Hines Award for the most improved player in the New England area. Grant was a two-time All-ECAC selection and also was a member of the All-New England team in 1964. He earned All-America accolades in 1965. Heffernan was inducted into the PC Athletic Hall

Kurt Kleinendorst '83 finished his Providence College career as one of the top goal scorers on one of college hockey's most talented teams of all-time. The 1982-83 Friars posted a 33-10-3 mark and advanced to the NCAA finals where they finished third. A finalist for the 1983 Hobey Baker Award, Kleinendorst ranks fifth all-time in career points with 89 goals and 103 assists. Kleinendorst was selected First Team All-America (1983), two-times All-ECAC and to the All-New England Team and to the 1982-83 All-East senior All-Star Team. In 1981, he led the Friars to the ECAC Championship and was the tourney's Most Valuable Player. He helped Providence to a pair of NCAA Tournaments and was the team's leading scorer as a junior and senior. Following a career in pro hockey, Kleinendorst moved behind the bench, most recently coaching the Iowa Wild (AHL) and UAH Chargers (NCAA).

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Paul Guay '85 was the first Providence College Friar to become a hockey Olympian. While only playing two seasons with the Friars, Guay made quite the impression upon hockey fans in Rhode Island. He scored 34 goals in his last season as a Friar, topping PC single-season goals list. In just 75 games, Guay scored 57 goals and 48 assists. He was a member of the 1982-83 All-New England squad. After attending the Sports Festival for the 1984 Olympics, Guay made the 1984 Team USA. Guay did not return to the Friar lineup, foregoing his last two years of eligibility to play for the Philadelphia Flyers. He continued his NHL career in Boston, New York, Hartford and Los Angeles.

Larry Kish '64 was one of the greatest defensemen in the history of Providence College hockey. The first Friar All-America, he was also a member of the 1964 All-New England team and a two-time All-ECAC selection. During his senior year, Kish co-captained the team that won the ECAC Championship. He received the Walter Brown Memorial Award as the most valuable player in New England in 1964. Kish was inducted into the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1974. For 18 years after graduating from Providence College, Kish was a minor league coach with organizations such as the Cape Coders, the Sun Coast Suns, the Rhode Island Eagles and Binghamton. In 1982, Kish became the Hartford Whalers' head coach, making his leap into the National Hockey League.

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Jon Gillies was one the Friars' all-time greatest goaltenders. He helped Providence to the 2015 NCAA Championship, the first in program history. He made a career-high 49 saves in the NCAA Championship game win over Boston University (4-3) and was named the Frozen Four's Most Outstanding Player. A two-time All-American (2013 and 2015), Gillies went 24-13-2 during the 2014-15 season and posted the second-best goals-against average in program history (2.01). In 2015, Gillies was selected to the Hockey East First Team. He also earned that honor in 2012-13 to become just the fifth goaltender in Hockey East history to earn multiple First-Team honors. Gillies is Providence's all-time leader in shutouts (13) and career goals-against average (2.08). He owns three of the top-four lowest single-season goals-against averages in Friar history (2.08, 2.16 and 1.95). He also ranks second in career wins at Providence College (60-34-13) and second at Providence in career saves (3,000) and fourth in goaltender appearances (108). As a freshman, he was named the HCA National NCAA Div. I Rookie of the Year.


IMPORTANT NAMES AND EVENTS IN FRIAR HISTORY NCAA Runner Up -- Tim Army, the sixth leading scorer in Friar history (179 points), poses with the NCAA Second Place Trophy. After winning the inaugural HOCKEY EAST title in 1985, the Friars advanced to the NCAA Tournament and made it all the way to championship game where the team was defeated by RPI, 2-1, on March 29, 1985.

Steve O'Neill '81 ranks ninth on the PC career goals list with 74 tallies. He is also ranked ninth in the Providence College all-time scoring list with 164 points (74 goals and 90 assists) in 117 games. He served as a captain his senior year and was nominated to the All-ECAC team in 1980. O'Neill played on various minor league teams after graduating from PC. Gates Orlando '84 ranks among the most talented players ever to play at Providence College. A speedy skater with great hands and hockey skills, Orlando ranks second in all-time scoring at Providence College with 213 points on 95 goals and 118 assists. A member of two NCAA Tournament teams (1980-81 and 1982-83), Orlando also played on the 1981 ECAC Championship team. An exciting player to watch, Orlando was a Second Team All-America, All-ECAC, a two-time All-New England selection, All-East Senior All-Star, and the New England Forward of the Year. Gates was a finalist for the 1984 Hobey Baker Award. A native of LaSalle, Quebec, Orlando led the Friars in scoring as a freshman and as a senior. Orlando played professionally in Europe for nine years after a three-year stint in the Buffalo Sabres organization. He played on three Olympic teams for Italy in 1992, 1994 and 1998.

Chad Quenneville '95, with a quiet distinction, became one of the top goal scorers at Providence College. He ranks eighth on Providence's career scoring list with 167 points, sixth in career goals with 78, and 13th in assists with 89. A member of the 1994 Olympic Festival, Quenneville was selected to the Preseason All-Star Team. During his final year as a Friar, Quenneville earned his second Second Team All-American honor. During his career, he also was a two-time All-New England selection as well as HOCKEY EAST All-Conference and HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament Team selection. He also was honored as a New England Sportswriters All-Star and as the University of Maine's Most Honored Opponent. Quenneville was further recognized with the Thomas Eccleston Jr. Unsung Hero Award and twice with the Lamoriello Team Most Valuable Player Trophy. He won the Friar award given to PC's top defensive player and he still holds the record for the longest goal-scoring streak with 11 games. After graduating from Providence, he played eight games with the Albany River Rats of the AHL. He also spent four seasons with Pensacola of the ECHL. Devin Rask '03 became the 14th Friar to earn All-America honors as he tallied 51 points to help the Friars earn an NCAA Tournament berth in 2001. Rask finished his career at Providence ranked 14th in the school's scoring list with 151 points (64 goals, 87 assists). In addition to being named All-American, Rask was an All-New England and an All-Hockey East selection. He also was named the College's Co-Athlete of the Year and earned the Lou Lamoriello Award in 2001. He is tied for the Providence College record for most goals in one period (four). Rhode Island Auditorium -- The Auditorium served as the home of Friar hockey from 1952 to 1972.

Mario Proulx '84 holds several records as a Friar goaltender. He holds the record for career wins (64), and season wins (26). He is also tied for first all-time in season shutouts (3). In addition, Proulx is second all-time in career minutes played (5,823) and shutouts (5). In the 102 games, he allowed 351 goals against, made 2,785 saves and registered a goals against average of 3.62. During his senior year, Proulx was named to the College Hockey Statistics Bureau All-Academic Team and was awarded with the Mal Brown Award, which is given to a the Providence College athlete who best exemplifies the qualities of Sportsmanship, Courage and Honor. After PC, Mario played with the New York Rangers. Richard Pumple '71, who was called one of the best all-around hockey players in PC history, set a PC record for most goals (38) and most points (71) as a freshman. Despite an injury in his junior year, Pumple was the squad's high scorer with 22 goals and 41 assists for 63 points. As team captain, he led the squad to a 17-11 season and an ECAC playoff berth in 1970-71. In three seasons, he had a total of 109 points, the sixth best record of any player under the old freshman eligibility role. His decision to attend PC and his outstanding performance led to a string of first class recruits that Coach Lamoriello used to turn around the program. Pumple was inducted into the PC Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984.

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Steve Rooney scores -- Steve Rooney scored one of the all-time great goals for the Friars. With under three minutes to go in the second overtime, Rooney scored PC's second goal of the game as the Friars defeated BC, 2-1, in double overtime to capture the inaugural HOCKEY EAST Championship at the Providence Civic Center on March 16, 1985. Nolan Schaefer '03 is Providence's all-time leader with 2,848 career saves. He also ranks sixth alltime at PC with a career 2.98 goals against average. In 2001, he earned All-America accolades after leading the Friars to the NCAA Tournament. Schaefer was the 15th Friar to be named an All-American. A Second Team All-Hockey East Selection in 2000-01, Schaefer tied the school's record for most shutouts (three) in one season. He was named the team's top defensive player in three of his four years at Providence.

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Marshall Tschida '62 was one of the finest allaround players at Providence College. In 61 games, he scored 137 points, which was the all-time record while he was a student at PC, scoring 68 goals and 69 assists. He was 15th in scoring in the Eastern league in 1962, tallying 26 goals and 26 assists in his senior season. Marshall was named the Most Valuable Player of the Boston Area Tournament. Tschida was named to the 1962 All-East Hockey Squad as a forward and as was named to the 1962 New England Collegiate All-Star Team and All-East Senior All-Star Squad. Co-captain of his senior squad, Marshall was a recipient of the Joseph Tomasello Trophy which was the Year's Most Unsung Player in Eastern league. He is a member of the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Peter Taglianetti '85 was one of the hardest working defensemen to skate in the Friar lineup. After sitting out most of his freshman season, Peter came back to skate in all 43 games during his sophomore year, leading the Friars to the NCAA Final Four Championship in North Dakota. His impressive improvement caught the eye of the Winnipeg Jets, as he was drafted in the third round, 43rd player overall. Later that summer, he was invited to participate in the 1983 National Sports Festival in Colorado Springs. During his third season as a Friar, he anchored the defensive corps and wound up as the team's fifth leading scorer and he was second in team assists with 25. Taglianetti was named twice to the All-New England Team, twice to the All-America Second Team and All-ECAC Second Team. Taglianetti holds the HOCKEY EAST record for 114 penalty minutes. Taglianetti's senior year proved to be a pinnacle for him as he helped the Friars capture the HOCKEY EAST title in double overtime and to the Semifinals of the NCAA Final Four for a second time in his career at PC. Taglianetti followed his dream of playing in the NHL. He played in 451 NHL games. He helped Pittsburgh win two Stanley Cup titles. Taglianetti was inducted into the PC Hall of Fame in 1999.

Chris Therien '94 was best known for his size and ability to kill penalties. The 6-foot-4-inch, 230-pound defenseman was a member of the 1990-91 HOCKEY EAST All-Freshmen team and was named Second Team All-HOCKEY EAST in 1993. Therien had the ability to not only kill penalties, but to make the most of power plays from the Friar blueline. After competing in Canada's Spengler Cup Team in 1992, earning himself a gold medal, Therien earned a spot on the 1994 Canadian Olympic Team. After his three seasons with the Friars, Therien went straight to the Philadelphia Flyers' organization. He was nominated to the 1995 NHL All-Rookie team and played 13 years in the NHL. Most recently, Therien was named among the top defensemen during Hockey East's 25th Anniversary Celebration in 2009.

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Schneider Arena -- Since 1973 Schneider Arena has been the home of Friars Hockey. It was build at a cost of $1.8 million. Lou Lamoriello, PC's Athletic Director, was responsible for the construction of PC's Schneider Arena. On Sept. 27, 2013, the College hosted the Grand Reopening of Providence College's Schneider Arena to celebrate the renovation of the 40-year old arena. The celebration included a ribbon cutting ceremony and a blessing of the building, featuring President Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. '80, Athletics Director Bob Driscoll, men's hockey Head Coach Nate Leaman and women's hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney. The renovation project was completed in just under eight months transformed the home of the Friar men's and women's ice hockey teams into one of the finest on-campus hockey facilities in the nation.

Chris Terreri '86 is the top goaltender to ever play for the Friars. Terreri back-stopped the Friars to the first ever HOCKEY EAST Championship in 1985 and set NCAA records while leading the team to the NCAA Frozen Four Championship game. Terreri holds PC records for saves (1,418), games played in a season (41) and minutes played in a season (2,512). In 1985, he was named Most Valuable Player in the HOCKEY EAST and NCAA tournaments. Terreri earned 1985 HOCKEY EAST player of the year honors and was named to the HOCKEY EAST 10th anniversary team, 1985 All-New England squad, and was a Hobey Baker Finalist. A two-time All-American, Terreri had a 3.18 career goals against average in 88 games with a record of 42-36-5 and played in two NCAA Tournaments. Besides his outstanding achievement on the ice, Terreri was an excellent student, being honored as a member of the 1984 and 1986 College Hockey Statistics Bureau All-Academic Team and the GTE/CoSIDA Academic All-American Teams in both 1985 and 1986. Terreri was named the Providence College Male Athlete of the Year in 1985. Terreri, a native of Warwick, R.I., was a member of the 1988 United States Olympic Team. Terreri owns two Stanley Cup Championship rings with the Devils. He is a member of the PC Athletic Hall of Fame. Terreri was named the top goaltender during Hockey East's 25th Anniversary Celebration in 2009.

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Rev. Herman Schneider, O.P. '30 was the founder of Friar Hockey. Rev. Schneider was known for his dedication and sympathy for his students. He was an acclaimed professor of languages in the German department. He felt that the aim of a college education was not only the pursuit of a intellectual perfection but also maturing to the fullness of the age of Christ during the formative period. He molded the character of his students by balancing his inspiration with their application. Blessed with a natural aptitude for attracting and stimulating college students, he was appointed moderator of such campus groups as the Mal Brown Club, the Friars Club, the Cranston Club, and the German Society. Being an avid sports fan, he was made assistant director of athletics and sponsored the foundation of a hockey team, which besides being his personal pride and joy, was a credit to the Athletic Department. The home ice for the Friar Hockey Team was named in memory of Rev. Schneider and he was also acknowledged by being inducted into the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame.


IMPORTANT NAMES AND EVENTS IN FRIAR HISTORY Stephen Wood '04 is the first Friar defenseman since Rob Gaudreau in 1992 to earn All-America honors. He ranks eighth all-time in scoring among PC defensemen with 88 career points (28 goals, 60 assists). In addition to being named All-American, Wood was a First Team All-Hockey East selection, an All-New England selection and a Walter Brown Award finalist.

Randy Velischek '83 was one of the top defensemen ever to take the ice for Providence College. A member of the 1981 ECAC Championship team, the Montreal native scored 27 goals with 65 assists for 92 points in his career. The ECAC Player of the Year in 1982-83, Velischek's talents were recognized when he was named to the ECAC's Team of the 1980's. Named PC's Athlete of the Year in 1983, Velischek was a Second Team All-America, a two-time All-ECAC and All-New England selection and an All-East Senior All-Star. Velischek was a finalist for the 1983 Hobey Baker Award. He played on NCAA Tournament Teams in 1981 and 1983. Following his days at Providence, Velischek played for 10 seasons (509 games) in the National Hockey League for Minnesota, New Jersey and Quebec. He is a member of the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame. Brad Wilson '78 is one of the most underrated players to skate for the Providence College. Master of the face-off, Wilson won 75 percent of the attempts during his career. In his freshman year, Wilson recorded a PC and ECAC record of 57 points and a record of four goals in one period. As a sophomore he scored 26 goals in one season. The penalty killer was considered to be the best defensive forward in the East. While serving as a captain, he led the 1978 squad to a 17-15-2 season and a berth in the ECAC tournament in his senior season. Wilson was awarded the team's Most Valuable Player award in 1977, a season where he and his two brothers were one of the most dynamic trios on the ice. The winner of the 1978 Mal Brown Award, Wilson tallied 63 goals, 96 assists for a total of 159 points in 86 games. He is a member of the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame. Randy Wilson '79, the youngest of the three Wilson brothers, proved to Friar fans that he would not be outdone by his older brothers. Randy, like his brother, Brad, was also a forward, completing a dynamic force when the Wilsons skated onto the ice. He is 12th on the all-time points ledger with 67 goals and 87 assists for a total of 154 points in 112 games. A two-time season goal scoring leader, he holds records for goals in a game (six) and goals by a freshman (30), which is also a record in the East. He is a member of the PC Athletic Hall of Fame. Ron Wilson '77 was a two-time First Team AllAmerican and four-time All-ECAC choice. He was the 1973-74 ECAC Rookie of the Year, 1974-75 ECAC Player of the Year and the 1975 Providence College Athlete of the Year. He also was named to the AllDecade team for the 1970's. Still the school's all-time leading scorer (250 points), he is sixth in career goals (78), first in assists (172) and holds ECAC records for: points by a defenseman (250), season points (87), season assists (61), and career assists (172). His 87 points and four, fourgoal games are still PC standards. Wilson is the NCAA all-time leading scoring defenseman. The four-time leading scorer played in the NHL for seven seasons (Toronto and Minnesota) in addition to a stint in Europe. Wilson has coached the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, the Washington Capitals, the San Jose Sharks, and the Toronto Maple Leafs. He led the 1996 United States National team to a gold medal in the World Cup. In 1998, he served as the head coach for Team USA at the Nagano Olympics and also coached the 2004 United States National World Cup team. Wilson also was the head coach of the 2010 U.S. Olympic Hockey Silver Medal Team that competed in Vancouver. He is a member of the PC Athletic Hall of Fame and had his No. 4 jersey retired at Schneider Arena in 201617.

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Former Friar Head Coach Steve Stirling and Tim Army hold the inaugural Hockey East Tournament championship trophy. In the background is former Providence College head coach and Athletic Director Lou Lamoriello.

The Wilson brothers, Brad, Ron and Randy combined for 563 total points at Providence College.

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THE COACHES A total of 12 men have held the honor of coaching the Providence College Friars. The inaugural 1926-27 season was rough for the Friars and the team's head coaches. The squad had three head coaches that season, including the team's first coach, John Graham (0-4-0). Dr. Landry (1-1-0) and Clement Trihey (0-2-0) also took a turn at leading the Friars during their first season. In 1952, Father Schneider brought hockey back to Smith Hill and named former Dartmouth great Richard Rondeau to coach the team.

THE PLAYERS Most importantly, the players have shaped the history of Friar hockey. Providence College has produced its share of incredible hockey players. However, there are some names that have become synonymous with Friar hockey. Army, Boback, Gaudreau, Gillies, Kennedy, Kleinendorst, Lamoriello, O'Neill, Orlando, Proulx, , Terreri and Wilson have all placed their names at the top of the Friar record books. Beginning with Larry Kish in 1964, PC players have earned 22 AllAmerica honors and three Academic All-America accolades. The squad also has produced 20 All-ECAC players, 25 HOCKEY EAST All-Stars, 24 New England honorees, seven Hobey Baker finalists and four Olympians. Currently, Lou Lamoriello (New Jersey) and Brian Burke (Calgary) are serving in executive level leadership posotions in the NHL. Lastly, 28 former Friars have skated in the NHL.

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS Over the years, Providence College has always been one of the top programs in college hockey. The team first appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 1964 and has qualified for a total of 11 NCAA Tournaments, including four Frozen Fours (1964, 1983, 1985 and 2015). The 2014-15 team will go down in history as the greatest Friar team, having earned the program's first NCAA Championship. Providence defeated the Boston University Terriers,4-3, on April 11 at the TD Garden on the strength of a an exhilarating third period comeback that culminated in junior forward Brandon Tanev's game-winning goal scored with just over six minutes to play. Junior goaltender Jon Gillies made a career-high 49 saves en route to being named the Frozen Four's Most Outstanding Player, while sophomore defenseman Anthony Florentino and junior forward Mark Jankowski joined Gillies on the All-Tournament Team. It marked Providence's first-ever back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament, and the Friars made a run to the Frozen Four for the first time in 30 years before capturing the College's third NCAA team title overall. Two additional squads that earned unique distinction at PC were the 1983 team and the 1985 team. The 1983 Friars finished third at the NCAA Tournament, but concluded the year with the top record in the country at 33-10-0. The 1985 squad completed its magical season with a second-place finish in the NCAA Tournament after falling to RPI, 2-1, in the title game. In addition to the team's success in the NCAA's, four Providence College hockey squads have captured conference titles. The 1964 team won the first title for PC when the Friars defeated St. Lawrence, 3-1, to win the ECAC Championship. In 1981, PC captured its second ECAC crown with an 8-5 win against Cornell. Two years later, the Friars won their third conference title by winning the inaugural HOCKEY EAST Championship with a thrilling 2-1 double-overtime victory over Boston College at the Providence Civic Center. The Friars most recent conference championship came in 1996 when an underdog Friar team shocked the college hockey world with a 3-2 win over Maine to give PC its second HOCKEY EAST title.

Rondeau (25-41-0) coached the team for four seasons, including PC's first winning campaign in 1954-55 when the squad recorded an 8-7-0 mark. Thomas Eccleston, Jr., a 1934 graduate of Brown, coached the Friars from 1956-64. The former Burrillville High School coach has the third best winning percentage of all PC coaches with a .564 mark (94-72-5). Eccleston's teams had seven winning seasons and advanced to postseason play three times, including the 1964 NCAA Frozen Four. Zellio Toppazzini followed Eccleston behind the Friars' bench and coached the team until 1968. A hometown star with the Providence Reds, Toppazzini guided PC to a 31-60-1 mark in his four seasons. PC's seventh head coach became the most influential person in Friar hockey history. A 1963 graduate of the College and a two-sport athlete (baseball and hockey), Lou Lamoriello took over the team in 1968 and led the Friars to a 248-179-13 record. He is the team's all-time winningest coach and was responsible for the construction of Schneider Arena. He guided the Friars to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including the 1983 team that posted the best record in the country (33-10-0). Following that season, Lamoriello became the school's athletic director and helped form HOCKEY EAST, serving as commissioner from 1984-87. Although Steve Stirling only coached the Friars for two seasons (1983-85), the 1971 BU graduate coached the Friars to a 44-28-7 record. He led the team to the inaugural HOCKEY EAST title and is the only Friar head coach to bring the squad to the NCAA title game. New Hampshire alumnus Mike McShane took over the team in 1985 and led the team to a 151-153-31 mark over nine seasons. He is third only to Paul Pooley and Lou Lamoriello at Providence in all-time wins with 151. His teams posted four consecutive 20-win seasons between 1988 and 1991 and made two NCAA Tournament appearances (1989 and 1991). Former Ohio State All-American Paul Pooley became the 10th coach of the Friars in 1994. Pooley quickly make his mark on the program, guiding the team to the HOCKEY EAST title game in his first season and winning the Championship in his second year (1996). In 11 seasons behind the PC bench, Pooley posted a 185-187-40 record and his teams advanced to two NCAA Tournament appearances. Former Friar great Tim Army returned to his alma mater to take over the reigns of the PC program on June 17, 2005 and guided the Friars for six seasons. Nate Leaman was hired as Providence College's 12th head coach on April 22, 2011. Leaman came to Providence after leading Union College to a 26-10-4 overall mark and a trip to the NCAA Tournament in 2011. For his efforts, Leaman earned the Spencer Penrose Award as the Division I Men's Coach of the Year. Leaman has led a resurgence of the Providence College men's hockey program, highlighted by winning the 2015 NCAA Championship, marking the first NCAA title in program history. In 2014-15, Leaman guided the Friars to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances for the first time in program history and Providence posted its second-highest win total of all-time (26). He became the youngest head coach to win the NCAA title since 1993 (Shawn Walsh) as Providence College became the 20th institution to win the NCAA Div. I Men's Ice Hockey Championship. The Friars have advanced to the Hockey East Championship semifinals at the TD Garden in three of Leaman's first four seasons and holds a 5-1-0 record in six NCAA Tournament games with Providence.

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THE BEGINNINGS Providence College was founded by Bishop Matthew Harkins during the 700th anniversary of the Dominican Order. The doors were to open on September 22, 1918, but with World War I raging in Europe, it was decided to postpone the opening until the following fall. On September 17, 1919, 71 undergraduates registered. Hockey was first mentioned in 1922 when "an informal team of freshmen started practicing on available ponds in the metropolitan area." Reports of games again surfaced in January 1926 but were strictly freshman games and only three were played. Again, the College provided no equipment so the program was run by students on an informal basis. The first ever Providence College hockey game took place on January 6, 1927 when Providence defeated Springfield, 6-4, at the Springfield Arena. According to reports, Providence got its first-ever goal "early in the first period, when Frank Maloney, a big defenseman from New Haven, whipped the puck past the Indians goalie for a 1-0 lead." Maloney would score three more goals in that game and behind the goaltending of Art McDonald, Providence prevailed, 6-4. That would be the only win for the Black and White as they went 1-7 on the year. During the summer, the College decided that it could not budget a full-time coach or secure nonconflicting practice schedules so the decision was made to drop the sport for the 1928 season and, "until such time as it might be supported adequately." For Providence hockey fans, it would not be until the efforts of Father Herman Schneider were finally successful in 1952, that the program would return to Smith Hill.


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Larry Kish 1963-64

Grant Heffernan 1964-1965

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Gates Orlando 1983-84 (2nd)

Tim Army 1984-85 (1st)

Peter Taglianetti

Gord Cruickshank

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Devin Rask 2000-01 (2nd)

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FORMER FRIARS IN THE NHL/FRIARS IN PRO HOCKEY REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS NAME YEAR GP G A PTS PIM GP G A PTS PIM Noel Acciari 2016- 48 2 4 6 24 4 1 0 1 2 Signed an entry level contract with the Boston Bruins on June 8, 2015. Appeared in 19 games with the Bruins in 2015-16, making his NHL debut against Calgary on March 1, 2016 and notching his first career NHL point with an assist at Florida on March 7. Scored his first NHL goal against Nashville on March 28, 2017 and notched his first career NHL playoff goal in Game 3 of the Atlantic Division Semifinals vs. Ottawa. Rick Bennett 1990-93 15 1 1 2 13 - - - - Played in the New York Rangers’ organization for three years. Paul Cavallini 1985-96 564 56 177 233 750 69 Played for Washington, St. Louis and Dallas.

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Rich Costello 1983-86 12 2 2 4 2 - - - - Played in the Toronto organization for three seasons. Craig Darby 1995-04 196 21 35 56 32 - - - - Has played for the New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers and Montreal Canadiens. Finished the 2003-04 season with the New Jersey Devils.

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Jon DiSalvatore 2005-12 6 0 0 0 4 - - - - Selected in the fourth round by the San Jose Sharks in the 2000 draft and acquired by the St. Louis Blues in 2004. Played in five games during the 2005-06 season for the St. Louis Blues. Signed with the Minnesota Wild in the summer of 2009 and played for the team during the 2011-12 season. Joined the Washington Capitals organization prior to the 2012-13 season and then signed with EHC Munchen of the German Ice Hockey League following the 2012-13 season. Returned to the AHL's Syracuse Crunch midway through the 2013-14 season. He returned to Munich for the 2014-15 season. Mike Farrell 2001-04 13 0 0 0 2 - - - - Farrell made his NHL debut in 2001-02 with the Washington Capitals and has played in twelve games with the organization. He played in one game for the Nashville Predators in 2003-04. Mark Fayne 2010- 389 17 48 65 131 24 0 3 3 6 Selected in the fifth round by the New Jersey Devils. Made his NHL debut in 2010 with the Devils and played in 57 games as a rookie. He continued playing for the Devils during the 2011-12 (helped team reach the Stanley Cup Finals), 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons. He then signed with Edmonton prior to the 2014-15 season. Tom Fitzgerald 1988-06 1097 139 190 329 776 78 7 12 19 90 First Round pick of the New York Islanders. Played four seasons for the Florida Panthers and the Nashville Predators. Played one season for the Boston Bruins before retiring in 2006. He is the current assistant general manager for the New Jersey Devils. Rob Gaudreau 1992-96 231 51 54 105 69 14 2 Started his career with the San Jose Sharks (1992-94) and then played two seasons with the Ottawa Senators (1994-96).

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Tim Schaller 2014- 94 9 10 19 27 6 1 0 1 2 A free agent signing by Buffalo after playing four seasons with the Friars, Schaller made his NHL debut in 2014-15. He also has played parts of the 201314 and 2014-15 seasons with the Rochester Americans (AHL). Signed a one-year deal with Boston prior to the 2016-17 and registered career-highs in goals (7) and assists (7). Jeff Serowik 1990-99 28 0 6 6 16 - - Drafted by Toronto. Played one season with the Boston Bruins. Played one season for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

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Chris Therien 1995-06 764 29 130 159 558 104 4 10 14 68 Named to the 1995 NHL All-Rookie Team as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers. Played nine seasons with the Flyers before playing the 2003-04 season with the Dallas Stars. He returned to Philadelphia in 2005-06 and retired after that season. Randy Velischek 1983-95 509 21 76 97 401 44 2 5 7 32 Played for the Minnesota, New Jersey and Quebec organizations. 4 13 17

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Matt Taormina 2010- 59 4 8 12 6 - - - - Signed with the New Jersey Devils in 2010. Played for the Devils during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. Signed a one-year, two-way deal with Tampa Bay prior to the 2012-13 season and resigned (one-year, two-way) prior to the 2013-14 season. After playing seven games with the Lightning and 41 with the Lightning's AHL affiliate Syracuse in 2013-14, he was traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets organization. He finished the 2013-14 season playing for the Springfield Falcons (AHL). He played the 2014-15 season with the Worcester Sharks (AHL) and then re-signed with the Tampa Bay organization prior to the 2015-16 season. Re-upped with Tampa Bay prior to the 2016-17 season for one year.

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Sean Shanahan 1975-78 43 1 3 4 47 - - - - Played parts of three seasons for Montreal, Colorado and Boston. Peter Taglianetti 1985-95 451 18 74 92 1106 53 2 8 10 103 Played for Winnipeg, Minnesota, Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh. Played on the 1991 and 1992 Pittsburgh Penguins Stanley Cup Championship teams.

Ron Wilson 1977-88 177 26 67 93 68 20 Played seven seasons with Toronto and Minnesota, while also playing in Europe during that time.

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REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS NAME YEAR GP G A PTS PIM GP G A PTS PIM Kevin Rooney 2017- 4 0 0 0 4 - - - - Signed as a free agent by Albany (AHL) before inking an entry-level contract with New Jersey. Made NHL debut at Washington on March 2, 2017. Steve Rooney 1985-91 154 15 13 28 496 25 3 2 5 86 Played for Montreal, New Jersey and Winnipeg. Played on Stanley Cup Championship team in Montreal (1985).

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Nolan Schaefer 2005-06 7 5-1-0 1.87 1 - - - - A fifth round draft pick of the San Jose Sharks. Made his NHL debut with the Sharks during the 2005-06 season and played in seven games. Played the majority of the 2003-2011 seasons at the AHL level before joining Ambri-Piotta of the Swiss-A League for the past three seasons.

FACILITIES

REGULAR SEASON PLAYOFFS GOALTENDERS YEARS GP W- L- T GAA SHO GP W - L GAA SHO Jon Gillies 2017- 1 1-0-0 1.00 0 - - - - A third round draft pick of the Calgary Flames. Made his NHL debut with a 4-1 win at Los Angeles on April 6, 2017. Spent the majority of the 2016-17 season with Stockton (AHL).

Chris Terreri 1986-01 407 151-172-43 3.00 9 29 12-12 3.39 0 Played for the New Jersey Devils for 11 and a half seasons. Member of the 1995 and 2000 Devils Stanley Cup Championship Teams. Played for the San Jose Sharks for two seasons. Played two seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks. He retired after the 2000-01 season.

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Year 1975 1975 1975 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1978 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1993

Name Ron Wilson John McMorrow Steve Roberts Dave Dornseif Bradley Wilson Jim Korn Randy Wilson Tom Bauer Steve O’Neill John Sullivan Paul Stasiuk Frank Johnson Dan Miele Randy Velischek Kurt Kleinendorst Scot Kleinendorst Bruce Raboin Steve Taylor Gates Orlando Tim Army Mario Proulx Rich Costello Paul Guay Steve Rooney Jeff Hamilton John DeVoe Peter Taglianetti Chris Terreri Mike Flanagan Dan Wurst Paul Cavallini Luke Vitale Gord Cruickshank Jeff Serowik John Ferguson Perry Florio Todd Whittemore Neven Kardum Rick Bennett Dave Guden Shawn Whitham Larry Rooney Tom Fitzgerald Matt Merten Rob Gaudreau Shaun Kane Jeff Robison Gary Socha Mark Romaine Mike Heinke Mike Boback Lyle Wildgoose Dean Capuano Brian McCarthy Erik Peterson Chris Therien Craig Darby Brad Mullahy George Breen Brady Kramer Joe Hulbig Jay Kenney Hal Gill

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

Drafted From Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College Providence College East Providence H.S. Providence College Natick H.S. (Mass.) Mount St. Charles (R.I.) Canton H.S. (Mass.) Providence College Edina H.S. (Minn.) Providence College Providence College Acton-Boxboro H.S. (Mass.) Edina H.S. (Minn.) Henry Carr H.S. (Toronto) Henry Carr H.S. (Toronto) Providence College Lawrence Academy (Mass.) Winnipeg South Blues Kent H.S. (Conn.) Kent H.S. (Conn.) Henry Carr H.S. (Toronto) Wilbraham and Monson (Mass.) Providence College Providence College Thayer Academy (Mass.) Austin Prep (Mass.) Stratford Jr. B Bishop Hendricken (R.I.) Springfield Junior B Mt. Saint Charles (R.I.) Tabor Academy (Mass.) Providence College Avon Old Farms H.S. (Conn) Providence College Providence College Mt. Saint Charles (R.I.) Pingree High School (Mass.) Brockton H.S. (Mass.) Ottawa 67’s (OHL) Albany Academy Providence College Cushing Academy (Mass.) Haverford H.S. (Pa.) St. Sebastian’s H.S. (Mass.) Canterbury H.S. (Conn.) Nashoba H.S. (Mass.)

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Drafted To Round Toronto Maple Leafs 8 New York Rangers 11 New York Rangers 13 St. Louis Blues 9 St. Louis Blues 10 Detroit Red Wings 5 Detroit Red Wings 7 Philadelphia Flyers 8 Vancouver Canucks 8 St. Louis Blues 11 St. Louis Blues 12 St. Louis Blues 14 Washington Capitals 3 Minnesota North Stars 3 New York Rangers 4 New York Rangers 5 Washington Capitals 8 Philadelphia Flyers 8 Buffalo Sabres 8 Colorado Rockies 9 New York Rangers 10 Philadelphia Flyers 2 Minnesota North Stars 6 Montreal Canadiens 5 Buffalo Sabres 4 Montreal Canadiens 4 Winnipeg Jets 3 New Jersey Devils 5 Edmonton Oilers 3 Montreal Canadiens 5 Washington Capitals 10 Philadelphia Flyers 8 Boston Bruins 9 Toronto Maple Leafs 5 Montreal Canadiens 12 Los Angeles Kings 4 Toronto Maple Leafs 9 Winnipeg Jets 9 Minnesota North Stars 3 Los Angeles Kings 5 Buffalo Sabres 9 Bufalo Sabres 5 New York Islanders 1 Vancouver Canucks 9 Pittsburgh Penguins 9 Minnesota North Stars 3 Los Angeles Kings 5 Calgary Flames 4 New Jersey Devils # New Jersey Devils 5 Washington Capitals 10 Calgary Flames # Boston Bruins 10 Buffalo Sabres 4 Chicago Blackhawks 10 Philadelphia Flyers 3 Montreal Canadiens 2 Winnipeg Jets # Edmonton Oilers 3 Montreal Canadiens 7 Edmonton Oilers 1 Ottawa Senators 8 Boston Bruins 8 FRIARS.COM

Number 132 184 200 124 126 73 109 150 124 185 197 220 47 53 77 98 152 163 164 171 198 37 118 88 79 69 43 85 60 98 205 163 178 85 247 72 169 186 54 86 173 89 17 175 172 43 91 84 10 89 198 24 210 82 205 47 43 5 56 149 13 169 207


FRIARS DRAFTED BY NHL TEAMS Number 198 281 177 238 223 259 101 195 200 236 147 115 220 104 259 166 247 231 94 171 51 124 183 285 155 140 145 126 123 134 21 75 143 198 174 82 177 78 178 61 106 183 203 77 99

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Drafted To Round Los Angeles Kings 8 Montreal Canadiens 11 Montreal Canadiens 7 Winnipeg Jets 10 Washington Capitals 9 New Jersey Devils 10 New Jersey Devils 4 Edmonton Oilers 8 Phoenix Coyotes 8 New York Rangers 9 Chicago Blackhawks 6 Phoenix Coyotes 5 Washington Capitals 8 San Jose Sharks 4 Philadelphia Flyers 8 San Jose Sharks 5 Edmonton Oilers 8 Columbus Blue Jackets 8 Colorado Avalanche 3 Pittsburgh Penguins 6 Edmonton Oilers 2 Florida Panthers 4 Dallas Stars 6 Toronto Maple Leafs 9 New Jersey Devils 5 Edmonton Oilers 5 Philadelphia Flyers 5 Chicago Blackhawks 5 Pittsburgh Penguins 5 Buffalo Sabres 5 Calgary Flames 1 Calgary Flames 3 Buffalo Sabres 5 Calgary Flames 7 Washington Capitals 6 St. Louis Blues 3 Montreal Canadiens 6 Winnipeg Jets 3 Anaheim Ducks 6 Pittsburgh Penguins 2 Minnesota Wild 4 Edmonton Oilers 7 Chicago Blackhawks 7 New York Islanders 3 Buffalo Sabres 4

FACILITIES

Drafted From Wexford Jr. B Culver Military Academy (Pa.) Culver Military Academy (Pa.) Loomis-Chafee H.S. (Mass.) Kent H.S. (Conn.) Waterloo Vernon St. Albert Saints Omaha Lancers Providence College Green Bay Gamblers Providence College Providence College Providence College Nipawin Hawks Providence College Omaha Lancers New England Coyotes Providence College Cedar Rapids Roughriders New England Coyotes Providence College Texas Tornado Thayer Academy Noble and Greenough School Providence College Providence College U.S. National Under-18 Team Delbarton School Malden Catholic Stanstead College Prep H.S. (Que.) Indiana Ice South Kent School Selects Providence College St. John's Prep Toronto Jr. Canadiens Omaha Lancers Cedar Rapids RoughRiders U.S. National Under-18 Team Espoo, Finland Tri-City Storm Providence College Waterloo Black Hawks Chicago Steel Providence College

COACHES & STAFF

Name Pos. Travis Dillabough F Russ Guzior F David Ruhly F Mike Mader D/F John Tuohy D Scott Swanjord G Josh MacNevin D Fernando Pisani F Nick Lent F Richard Miller D Heath Gordon F Jay Leach D Mike Farrell D Jon DiSalvatore F Regan Kelly D Nolan Schaefer G Jason Platt D Peter Zingoni F Eric Lundberg D Bobby Goepfert G Colin McDonald F James Pemberton D Trevor Ludwig D Pierce Norton F Mark Fayne D Cody Wild D Jon Rheault F Joe Lavin D Alex Velischek D Mark Adams D Mark Jankowski F Jon Gillies G Anthony Florentino D John Gilmour D Brian Pinho F Jake Walman D Hayden Hawkey G Erik Foley F Steven Ruggiero D Kasper Bjรถrkqvist F Brandon Duhaime F Vincent Desharnais D Jake Ryczek D Ben Mirageas D Jacob Bryson D

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Year 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2009 2009 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 2015 2016 2016 2016 2016 2017 2017

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HISTORY && RECORDS RECORDS HISTORY

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FRIARS HONOR ROLL ALL-AMERICANS 1963-64 Larry Kish 1964-65 Grant Heffernan 1974-75 Ron Wilson 1975-76 Ron Wilson 1982-83 Kurt Kleinendorst Randy Velischek 1983-84 Gates Orlando Peter Taglianetti 1984-85 Tim Army Chris Terreri Peter Taglianetti 1985-86 Chris Terreri 1987-88 Gord Cruickshank 1988-89 Rick Bennett 1991-92 Rob Gaudreau 1993-94 Chad Quenneville 1994-95 Chad Quenneville 2000-01 Devin Rask Nolan Schaefer 2003-04 Stephen Wood 2012-13 Jon Gillies 2014-15 Jon Gillies 2015-16 Jake Walman 2015-16 Mark Jankowski 2016-17 Jake Walman

First Team Defenseman First Team Forward First Team Defenseman First Team Defenseman First Team Forward First Team Defenseman Second Team Forward Second Team Defenseman First Team Forward First Team Goaltender Second Team Defenseman Second Team Goaltender Second Team Forward Second Team Forward Second Team Defenseman Second Team Forward Second Team Forward Second Team Forward Second Team Goaltender Second Team Defenseman Second Team Goaltender (East) Second Team Goaltender (East) First Team Defenseman (East) Second Team Forward (East) Second Team Defenseman (East)

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE OLYMPIANS 1984 Paul Guay United States 1988 Chris Terreri United States 1992/94/98 Gates Orlando Italy 1994 Chris Therien Canada 1998 Lou Lamoriello (GM) United States 1998/2010 Ron Wilson (Coach) United States 2010 Brian Burke (GM) United States 2014 Brian Burke (Player Per.) United States ALL-EAST (Senior All-Stars) 1960-61 Marshall Tschida 1962-63 Lou Lamoriello 1973-74 Ron Wilson 1979-80 Denis Martin Jeff Whisler 1981-82 Jon Hogberg Scot Kleinendorst 1982-83 Steve Anderson Kurt Kleinendorst Bruce Raboin Randy Velischek 1983-84 Gates Orlando

Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman Defenseman Forward

ALL-ECAC 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1978-79 1979-80 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

Defenseman Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman Defenseman Defenseman Defenseman Forward Defenseman Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman Defenseman Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman

Larry Kish Grant Heffernan Larry Kish Ray Mooney Grant Heffernan Ron Wilson Ron Wilson Ron Wilson Ron Wilson Colin Ahern Jim Korn Scot Kleinendorst Steve O'Neill Kurt Kleinendorst Scot Kleinendorst Randy Velischek Kurt Kleinendorst Randy Velischek Paul Guay Gates Orlando Peter Taglianetti

ALL-NEW ENGLAND 1982-83 Paul Guay Kurt Kleinendorst Gates Orlando Randy Velischek 1983-84 Gates Orlando Peter Taglianetti 1984-85 Tim Army

Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Defenseman Forward

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1987-88 1988-89 1990-91 1991-92 1993-94 1994-95 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2003-04 2007-08 2012-13 2014-15 2015-16 2015-16 2016-17

Peter Taglianetti Chris Terreri Gord Cruickshank Jim Hughes Rob Gaudreau Mike Boback Rob Gaudreau Chad Quenneville Chad Quenneville Mike Omicioli Doug Sheppard Matt Libby Devin Rask Nolan Schaefer Stephen Wood Matt Taormina Jon Gillies Jon Gillies Jake Walman Mark Jankowski Jake Walman

Defenseman Goaltender Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Forward Forward Defenseman Forward Goaltender Defenseman Defenseman Goaltender Goaltender Defenseman Forward Defenseman

COLLEGE HOCKEY STATISTICS BUREAU ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 1983-84 Gates Orlando Forward Mario Proulx Goaltender 1984-85 Tim Army Forward Steve Rooney Forward Chris Terreri Goaltender 1985-86 Chris Terreri Goaltender ECAC ALL-STAR COACH 1979-80 Lou Lamoriello ECAC ALL-STAR TEAM OF THE SEVENTIES 1973-77 Ron Wilson Defenseman ECAC ALL-STAR OF THE EIGHTIES 1979-83 Randy Velischek

Defenseman

ECAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1974-75 Ron Wilson 1982-83 Randy Velischek

Defenseman Defenseman

ECAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1973-74 Ron Wilson

Defenseman

ECAC TOURNAMENT MVP 1981 Kurt Kleinendorst

Forward

GTE/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1984-85 Chris Terreri Goaltender 1985-86 Chris Terreri Goaltender 1988-89 John Ferguson Forward 2000-01 Matt Libby Defenseman HOBEY BAKER AWARD FINALISTS 1982-83 Kurt Kleinendorst Randy Velischek 1983-84 Gates Orlando 1984-85 Tim Army 1985-86 Chris Terreri 1989-90 Rick Bennett 1991-92 Rob Gaudreau

Forward Defenseman Forward Forward Goaltender Forward Defenseman

HOCKEY EAST 10th ANNIVERSARY TEAM Chris Terreri - Goaltender Rob Gaudreau - Defenseman HOCKEY EAST 25th ANNIVERSARY TEAM Tim Army - Forward

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HISTORY & RECORDS

Defenseman Defenseman Forward Goaltender Forward Defenseman Defenseman Forward Goaltender Forward Defenseman Forward Defenseman Defenseman

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HOCKEY EAST ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 1990-91 Bob Creamer 1991-92 Bob Creamer Mark Devine Shaun Kane 1992-93 Bob Bell Mark Devine Ian Paskowski 1994-95 Bob Bell Dan Dennis Mike Gambino 1995-96 Mike Gambino David Green Jay Kenney Jon Coe Mark Kane Troy Lake 1996-97 Dave Green Dave Gunderson Mark Kane 1997-98 Jon Coe Cole Gendreau Dave Gunderson Mark Kane Troy Lake Matt Libby Ben Stadey 1998-99 Cole Gendreau Dave Gunderson Mark Kane * Troy Lake Adam Lee Matt Libby Josh MacNevin J.J. Picinic 1999-00 Boyd Ballard Cole Gendreau Dave Gunderson * Jay Leach Adam Lee Matt Libby J.J. Picinic 2000-01 Boyd Ballard Cole Gendreau * Matt Libby * J.J. Picinic 2001-02 Jon DiSalvatore Devin Rask Nolan Schaefer 2002-03 Nate Meyers Shawn Weiman Nolan Schaefer 2003-04 Nate Meyers Mike Robinson 2004-05 David Carpentier Jeff Mason Nate Meyers James Pemberton Tyler Sims Mike Wolfe 2005-06 Nate Meyers * Bryan Horan Kyle Laughlin 2006-07 Bryan Horan Kyle Laughlin Trevor Ludwig Colin McDonald Jon Rheault Tyler Sims Chase Watson 2007-08 Trevor Ludwig Tyler Sims Jon Rheault Kyle Laughlin Nick Mazzolini Matt Germain Kyle MacKinnon 2008-09 Andy Balysky

Ben Farrer Matt Germain Paul Golden Kyle Laughlin * Kyle MacKinnon Robert Maloney Nick Mazzolini Ryan Simpson 2009-10 Andy Balysky Eric Baier Alex Beaudry Ben Farrer Justin Gates Matt Germain Kyle MacKinnon Robert Maloney Ian O'Connor 2010-11 Andy Balysky Matt Bergland David Brown Ben Farrer Justin Gates Matt Germain * Paul Golden Jordan Kremyr Kyle MacKinnon * Robert Maloney Ian O'Connor Steven Shamanski 2011-12 Andy Balysky * Matt Bergland David Brown Justin Gates Daniel New Myles Harvey Kyle Murphy Chris Rooney Steven Shamanski Alex Velischek Damian Cross 2012-13 Brooks Behling Myles Harvey Steven McParland Kyle Murphy Steven Shamanski Dylan Wells 2013-14 Brooks Behling Steven Shamanski * 2014-15 Brooks Behling Alex Cromwell Robbie Hennessey Ross Mauermann Steven McParland Tom Parisi Kevin Rooney 2015-16 Brooks Behling Alex Cromwell Garrett Gamez Hayden Hawkey Robbie Hennessey Conor MacPhee Steven McParland Josh Monk Tom Parisi Nick Saracino *Distinguished Scholar HOCKEY EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 1984-85 Paul Cavallini Shawn Whitham 1986-87 Rick Bennett Mark Merten 1988-89 Rob Gaudreau Shaun Kane 1990-91 Chris Therien 1991-92 Craig Darby 1997-98 Boyd Ballard 1999-00 Peter Fregoe 2000-01 Regan Kelly 2003-04 Colin McDonald 2005-06 Cody Wild 2006-07 Mark Fayne

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Rob Gaudreau - Defenseman Chris Terreri - Goaltender (Top all-time goalie) Chris Therien - (Honorable mention Defenseman)


FRIARS HONOR ROLL 1985 2015

2011-12 Ross Mauermann Forward 2012-13 Jon Gillies Goaltender HOCKEY EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1988-89 Rob Gaudreau (Co) 1991-92 Craig Darby (Co) 2012-13 Jon Gillies HOCKEY EAST ALL-STAR TEAM 1984-85 Tim Army Peter Taglianetti Chris Terreri 1985-86 Gord Cruickshank 1986-87 Gord Cruickshank 1988-89 Jim Hughes 1989-90 Mike Boback Rick Bennett Jeff Serowik 1990-91 Rob Gaudreau Shaun Kane 1991-92 Mike Boback Rob Gaudreau 1992-93 Chris Therien 1994-95 Chad Quenneville 1995-96 Dan Dennis 1998-99 Mike Omicioli 2000-01 Devin Rask Matt Libby Nolan Schaefer 2002-03 Stephen Wood 2003-04 Stephen Wood 2007-08 Matt Taormina 2012-13 Jon Gillies Steven Shamanski 2013-14 Ross Mauermann 2013-14 Jon Gillies Ross Mauermann 2015-16 Jake Walman Mark Jankowski Nick Ellis 2016-17 Jake Walman

First Team Forward First Team Defenseman First Team Goaltender Second Team Forward Second Team Forward First Team Defenseman First Team Forward Second Team Forward Second Team Defenseman Second Team Forward Second Team Defenseman First Team Forward First Team Defenseman Second Team Defenseman Forward Goaltender Second Team Forward First Team Forward Second Team Defenseman Second Team Goaltender Second Team Defenseman First Team Defenseman Second Team Defenseman First Team Goaltender Honorable Mention Defenseman Honorable Mention Forward First Team Goaltender Honorable Mention Forward First Team Defenseman First Team Forward Honorable Mention Goaltender First Team Defenseman

HOCKEY EAST ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1984-85 Peter Taglianetti Defenseman Chris Terreri Goaltender 1991-92 Rob Gaudreau Defenseman 1994-95 Brady Kramer Forward Chad Quenneville Forward Bob Bell Goaltender 1995-96 Dan Dennis Goaltender Justin Gould Defenseman Joe Hulbig Forward Mike Omicioli Forward 2000-01 Regan Kelly Defenseman

NCAA TOURNAMENT MVP 1985 Chris Terreri 2015 Jon Gillies

Goaltender Goaltender

NCAA ALL-REGION TEAM 2014 Mark Jankowski 2015 Jon Gillies Tom Parisi Noel Acciari Shane Luke

Forward - East Region Goaltender - East Region Defenseman - East Region Forward - East Region Forward - East Region

NCAA ALL-REGION MVP 2015 Noel Acciari

Forward - East Region

NEW ENGLAND COACH OF THE YEAR 1963-64 Tom Eccleston, Jr. 1979-80 Lou Lamoriello 1988-89 Mike McShane 2000-01 Paul Pooley NEW ENGLAND DEFENSIVE FORWARD OF THE YEAR 1996-97 Travis Dillabough 2012-13 Tim Schaller 2014-15 Noel Acciari NEW ENGLAND FORWARD OF THE YEAR 1983-84 Gates Orlando NEW ENGLAND MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1988-89 John Ferguson 1998-99 Jerry Keefe 2000-01 Matt Libby NEW ENGLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1984-85 Chris Terreri Goaltender 1991-92 Rob Gaudreau Defenseman

USCHO COACH OF THE YEAR 2014-15 Nate Leaman WALTER BROWN TROPHY 1974-75 Ron Wilson 1984-85 Tim Army 1991-92 Rob Gaudreau 1998-99 Mike Omicioli

Defenseman Forward Defenseman Forward

STICKYFINGERS/WDOM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1989-90 Mike Boback 1990-91 Brad Mullahy 1991-92 Mike Boback 1992-93 Brian Ridolfi 1993-94 Brady Kramer 1994-95 Chad Quenneville

HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1984-85 Chris Terreri Goaltender HOCKEY EAST COACH OF THE YEAR 2000-01 Paul Pooley 2015-16 Nate Leaman HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT MVP 1984-85 Chris Terreri Goaltender 1994-95 Bob Bell Goaltender 1995-96 Joe Hulbig Forward HOCKEY EAST LEN CEGLARSKI AWARD 2001-02 Jon DiSalvatore Forward 2013-14 Ross Mauermann Forward CHARLIE HOLT TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2008-09 Providence College Goaltender - Second Team Defenseman - First Team

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Goaltender - First Team Goaltender Defenseman Forward

NEW ENGLAND ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 1988-89 Rob Gaudreau 2012-13 Jon Gillies

HOCKEY EAST DEFENSIVE FORWARD OF THE YEAR 1996-97 Travis Dillabough 2012-13 Tim Schaller 2013-14 Ross Mauermann (co) 2014-15 Noel Acciari

NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1964 Bob Bellemore Larry Kish

Chris Terreri Jon Gillies Anthony Florentino Mark Jankowski

RON WILSON AWARD Awarded to PC's top defensive player 1991-92 Bob Cowan 1992-93 Chad Quenneville 1993-94 Brady Kramer 1994-95 Justin Gould 1995-96 David Green 1996-97 Hal Gill 1997-98 Troy Lake & Leigh Dean 1998-99 Fernando Pisani 1999-00 Jay Leach 2000-01 Jay Leach & Nolan Schaefer 2001-02 Nolan Schaefer 2002-03 Nolan Schaefer 2003-04 Bobby Goepfert & Jason Platt 2004-05 Jeff Mason 2005-06 James Pemberton 2006-07 Mark Fayne 2007-08 Mark Fayne

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FRIARS HONOR ROLL Mark Fayne & Matt Taormina Mark Fayne & Alex Beaudry Eric Baier Daniel New Kevin Hart Steven Shamanski Tom Parisi Tom Parisi Kyle McKenzie

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ATHLETES OF THE YEAR The highest and most prestigious award that can be bestowed upon a Providence College athlete, the Athlete of the Year award is presented to the student who has preformed and over-excelled in his sport. 1975 - Ron Wilson 1980 - Jeff Whisler 1983 - Randy Velischek 1985 - Chris Terreri 1989 - Jim Hughes 1992 - Rob Gaudreau 1996 - Dan Dennis 1999 - Mike Omicioli 2001 - Devin Rask 2006 - Tyler Sims 2015 - Jon GIllies JANE THOMPSON AWARD Presented to the male or female senior studentathlete who personifies all that is good about being a student-athlete at Providence College and exhibits selflessness, dedication, loyalty, courage and perseverance. 2016 - Drew Brown

GATES ORLANDO AWARD (Most Points) 2009-10 Kyle MacKinnon 2010-11 Ian O'Connor 2011-12 Ross Mauermann 2012-13 Ross Mauermann 2013-14 Ross Mauermann 2014-15 Nick Saracino 2015-16 Mark Jankowski 2016-17 Brian Pinho

JOHN FERGUSON (Team Academic Award) 2010-11 Andy Balysky 2011-12 Andy Balysky 2012-13 Kyle Murphy 2013-14 Steven Shamanski 2014-15 Brooks Behling 2015-16 Alex Cromwell 2016-17 Alex Cromwell PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HALL OF FAME Hockey players who have been selected into the PC Athletics Hall of Fame: Tim Army J. Robert Bellemore Mike Boback Brian Burke Edward P. Conaty Thomas J. Eccleston, Jr. Rob Gaudreau

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SINE QUA NON AWARD "That without whom, there is nothing." Awarded to the graduating senior who distinguished himself among his peers without receiving proper recognition. 1976 - Dan Kennedy 1977 - Brian Burke 1983 - Bruce Raboin 1986 - Artie Yeomelakis 1988 - Gord Cruickshank 1991 - Pat Madigan 1995 - Brady Kramer 1996 - PC Hockey Team 2004 - Stephen Wood 2005 - Jeff Mason 2007 - Tony Zancanaro 2013 - Kyle Murphy 2014 - Steven Shamanski 2015 - Ross Mauermann 2017 - Josh Monk

HISTORY & RECORDS

REV. HERMAN SCHNEIDER AWARD (Most Valuable Freshman) 1994-95 Nick Sinerate 1995-96 Mike Omicioli 1996-97 Fernando Pisani 1997-98 Boyd Ballard 1998-99 Drew Omicioli 1999-00 Jon DiSalvatore 2000-01 Regan Kelly 2001-02 Jeff Mason 2002-03 Bobby Goepfert 2003-04 Colin McDonald 2004-05 Jon Rheault 2005-06 Cody Wild 2006-07 Mark Fayne 2007-08 Ian O'Connor 2008-09 Matt Bergland 2009-10 Alex Velischek Tim Schaller 2010-11 Derek Army 2011-12 Ross Mauermann 2012-13 Jon Gillies 2013-14 Kyle McKenzie 2014-15 Brian Pinho 2015-16 Erik Foley 2016-17 Josh Wilkins

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MIKE BOBACK AWARD (Most Assists) 2009-10 Mark Fayne 2010-11 Ian O'Connor 2011-12 Matt Bergland 2012-13 Tim Schaller 2013-14 Nick Saracino 2014-15 Nick Saracino 2015-16 Mark Jankowski 2016-17 Brian Pinho

FACILITIES

ROB GAUDREAU AWARD (Most Goals) 2009-10 Kyle MacKinnon Matt Bergland 2010-11 Kyle MacKinnon 2011-12 Tim Schaller 2012-13 Derek Army 2013-14 Ross Mauermann 2014-15 Noel Acciari & Trevor Mingoia 2015-16 Mark Jankowski & Brandon Tanev 2016-17 Erik Foley

MAL BROWN AWARD Awarded to PC senior who in three years of intercollegiate competition possesses the qualities personified by Mal Brown: Sportsmanship, Courage and Honor. This is the College's oldest accolade. 1958 - Roland Rabitor 1960 - Bert Ferrie 1964 - Howard LaPorte 1965 - William Warburton, Jr. 1970 - Michael Leonard 1972 - Christopher Ciceri 1978 - Brad Wilson 1979 - Thomas Bauer 1984 - Mario Proulx 1985 - Tim Army 1989 - John Ferguson, Jr. 1990 - Paul Saundercook 1992 - Mike Boback 1993 - Mark Devine 2000 - Jason Ialongo 2001 - Matt Libby 2008 - Tyler Sims 2009 - Kyle Laughlin 2011 - Matt Germain 2016 - Kevin Rooney

COACHES & STAFF

THOMAS ECCLESTON, JR. AWARD (Unsung Hero Award) 1991-92 Shaun Kane Jeff Robison 1992-93 Chad Quenneville 1993-94 Ian Paskowski Erik Peterson 1994-95 Bob Bell 1995-96 Travis Dillabough 1996-97 Stefan Brannare 1997-98 Jon Cameron 1998-99 Troy Lake 1999-00 Fernando Pisani 2000-01 J.J. Picinic 2001-02 Mike Lucci 2002-03 Jonathan Goodwin 2003-04 Mike Robinson 2004-05 Mike Wolfe 2005-06 Kyle Laughlin 2006-07 Chris Mannix 2007-08 Ben Farrer Matt Germain 2008-09 Kyle MacKinnon 2009-10 Ben Farrer Paul Golden 2010-11 Chris Rooney 2011-12 Andy Balysky 2012-13 Kyle Murphy 2013-14 Noel Acciari 2014-15 Kevin Rooney 2015-16 Kevin Rooney 2016-17 Robbie Hennessey

LOU LAMORIELLO TROPHY (Team Most Valuable Player) 1987-88 Gord Cruickshank 1988-89 Jim Hughes Rick Bennett 1989-90 Rick Bennett 1990-91 Rob Gaudreau 1991-92 Mike Boback Rob Gaudreau 1992-93 Bob Cowan 1993-94 Chad Quenneville 1994-95 Chad Quenneville 1995-96 Dan Dennis 1996-97 Stefan Brannare 1997-98 Boyd Ballard 1998-99 Mike Omicioli 1999-00 Doug Sheppard 2000-01 Devin Rask 2001-02 Jon DiSalvatore 2002-03 Jon DiSalvatore 2003-04 Stephen Wood 2004-05 Chris Chaput 2005-06 Jon Rheault Tyler Sims 2006-07 Jon Rheault 2007-08 Jon Rheault Matt Taormina 2008-09 Matt Taormina 2009-10 Mark Fayne 2010-11 Matt Germain Kyle MacKinnon 2011-12 Alex Beaudry 2012-13 Jon Gillies 2013-14 Ross Mauermann 2014-15 Jon Gillies 2015-16 Nick Ellis 2016-17 Brian Pinho

THE FRIARS

PLUS/MINUS AWARD Awarded to the PC player with the highest Plus/Minus rating from 1995-2011 1994-95 Brady Kramer (+16) 1995-96 Russ Guzior (+13) 1996-97 Fernando Pisani (+22) 1997-98 Fernando Pisani (+13) Josh MacNevin (+13) 1998-99 Josh MacNevin (+16) Mike Omicioli (+16) 1999-00 Jon DiSalvatore (+9) 2000-01 Matt Libby (+16) 2001-02 Jeff Mason (+13) 2002-03 Stephen Wood (+21) 2003-04 Stephen Wood (+19) 2004-05 Jeff Mason (+9) 2010-11 Matt Germain (+3)

Grant Heffernan Daniel Kennedy Larry Kish Kurt Kleinendorst Louis Lamoriello John Marchetti Ed Monahan Gates Orlando Richard Pumple Chad Quenneville Robert Reall Herman Schneider, O.P. Peter Taglianetti Chris Terreri Marshall Tschida Randy Velischek Brad Wilson Randy Wilson Ron Wilson

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POS NO.

A

Noel Acciari F 24 Mark Adams D 4 Colin Ahern F 14 Joseph Albert F 16 Tim Allen F 22 Leonard Alsfeld F 11 Steve Anderson F 27 Bryce Aneloski D 44 Derek Army F 19 Tim Army F 16 Tom Army F 7 Mario Aube F 27 Norm Auger F 14

B

Robert Badyk F 21 Eric Baier D 7 Scott Balboni D 5 Joe Barile F 12 Andy Balysky F 33 Dalton Barnoff D 4 Marc Bastarache D 5 Tom Bauer F 8 Pat Becker F 17 Brooks Behling F 17 Dave Belisle F 26 Rick Bennett F 11 Pete Bergen F 11 Matt Bergland F 17 Steve Bianchi F 8 Kasper Bjรถrkqvist F 20 John Blair F 21 Jacques Blanchette F/D 18 Ray Blanchette D 6 Jason Bloomingburg F 10 Mike Boback F 15 Jean Boislard D 3 Lou Boisvert F 11 David Bolduc F 10 Mike Bolstad F 23 Bob Bonin D 2 Anthony Bosco F 8 George Boudreau F 5 Rene Boudreault F 9 Andre Branchaud F 12 Frank Brander D 11 Stefan Brannare F 27 George Breen F 9 Thomas Bride N/A N/A Mike Brill D 7 Kevin Brooks F 23 David Brown D 5 Drew Brown F 7 Jacob Bryson D 18 Jim Buettgen F 22 Brian Burke F 20 Dennis Burke F 8 John Butler F 15 Norman Butler F 15 John Butterworth F 31 Tom Byers F 15 Christopher Byrne F 9

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A PTS PIM

HOMETOWN

2011-15 113 32 33 65 72 Johnston, R.I. 2010-15 98 2 6 8 66 Boxford, Mass. 1975-79 111 61 86 147 48 Tewksbury, Mass. 1958-62 61 24 24 48 Malden, Mass. 1987-88 7 0 0 0 4 Bellingham, Mass. 1971-74 45 11 17 28 54 Cranston, R.I. 1979-83 139 47 69 116 114 Grand Rapids, Minn 2008-09 16 0 1 1 8 Pekin, Ill. 2010-14 149 38 38 76 146 North Kingstown, R.I. 1981-85 151 71 108 179 97 E. Providence, R.I. 1952-55 20 16 13 29 19 E. Providence, R.I. 1987-91 138 62 69 131 96 Sherbrooke, Que. 1953-57 29 3 2 5 10 Rumford, R.I. 1968-71 69 23 28 51 70 Calgary, Alta. 2007-11 127 9 23 32 72 North Kingstown, R.I. 1992-96 138 13 41 54 198 Salem, N.H. 1956-59 61 28 88 116 Wallingford, Conn. 2008-12 118 16 13 29 24 Randolph, N.J. 1968-69 21 3 5 8 Montreal, Que. 2004-08 84 0 8 8 43 Lynn, Mass. 1975-79 123 61 64 125 77 Bloomington, Minn. 1988-90 69 11 18 29 34 Orchard Park, N.Y. 2012-16 28 3 5 8 8 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1978-79 2 0 0 0 0 Woonsocket, R.I. 1986-90 128 50 84 134 252 Springfield, Mass. 1957-60 61 35 29 64 Medford, Mass. 2008-12 138 33 49 82 106 Faribault, Minn. 1983-86 105 19 43 62 22 Bloomington, Minn. 2016- 30 3 6 9 8 Espoo, Finland 1957-59 43 8 8 16 Longmeadow, Mass. 1978-81 16 0 1 1 6 Drummondville, Que. 1956-58 40 7 9 16 Shelton, Conn. 2002-03 19 3 3 6 14 Canton, Mich. 1988-92 131 73 128 201 94 Utica, Mich. 1967-70 67 7 19 26 117 Sherbrooke, Que. 1956-57 18 0 1 1 Greenville, R.I. 1969-70 25 2 1 3 0 Waterville, Maine 1979-83 124 41 51 92 108 Inter. Falls, Minn. 1975-79 117 8 27 35 56 Minneapolis, Minn. 1968-72 70 39 38 77 108 Niagara Falls, Ont. 1956-59 61 27 24 51 Medford, Mass. 1982-86 112 32 47 79 72 No. Smithfield,R.I. 1964-66 52 5 5 10 10 Woonsocket, R.I. 1963-66 78 8 30 38 36 Kirkland Lake, Ont. 1993-97 131 49 45 94 161 Helsingborg, Sweden 1991-95 135 44 43 87 140 Shrewsbury, Mass. 1926-27 Stats Unavailable Cranston, R.I. 1983-86 84 0 4 4 48 Grand Rapids, Minn. 2003-04 13 1 1 2 6 Stow, Mass. 2008-12 81 3 15 18 32 Centennial, Colo. 2012-16 75 10 22 32 14 Grass Lake, Mich. 2016- 39 3 17 20 12 London, Ont. 1980-81 12 2 1 3 0 Argo, Ill. 1973-77 112 21 17 38 112 Edina, Minn. 1992-96 135 35 45 80 92 Newton, Mass. 1964-67 66 9 9 18 8 So. Weymouth, Mass. 1964-67 20 3 4 7 4 Weymouth, Mass. 1985-89 125 11 18 29 118 Newton, Mass. 1975-79 94 33 53 86 60 Burnsville, Minn. 1966-69 64 13 9 42 46 Milton, Mass.

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1991-93 70 28 45 73 109 Schenectady, N.Y. 2014-15 2 1 0 1 0 Seminole, Fla. 1996-99 86 5 20 25 90 Denville, N.J. 1983-85 67 10 23 33 60 Edina, Minn. 1963-64 26 0 2 2 Peterborough, Ont. 1974-75 2 0 0 0 2 Boston, Mass. 2012-14 48 3 14 17 8 West Vancouver, B.C. 2015- 51 3 2 5 30 Laval, Que. 1956-57 18 0 1 1 Meriden, Conn. 1980-84 77 2 28 30 70 Acton Vale, Que. 2012-15 120 16 23 39 64 La Mesa, Calif. 1988-89 36 7 6 13 48 Natick, Mass. 1989-93 76 10 28 38 52 Amesbury, Mass. 1983-86 111 19 21 40 80 Edina, Minn. 1986-90 79 3 7 10 43 Cranston, R.I. 1993-97 141 31 46 77 206 Toronto, Ont. 1999-03 148 59 83 142 59 South Windsor, Conn. 1969-72 67 17 41 58 70 Lachine, Que. 1964-67 67 23 41 64 24 Boston, Mass. 1956-59 61 8 21 29 Saco, Maine 1959-62 32 14 9 23 New Haven, Conn. 1974-78 110 19 103 122 112 Edina, Minn.

FACILITIES

Craig Darby F 27 Logan Day D 2 Leigh Dean D 7 John Deasey F 14 Paul DeCarlo D 7 Steve DeForge D 28 Paul de Jersey F 13 Vincent Desharnais D 2 Don DelloStritto D 5 Jacques Delorme D 5 Stefan Demopoulos F 12 Mike Dempsey F 26 Mark Devine F 22 John DeVoe F 11 Joe DiGiacomo D 8 Travis Dillabough F 19 Jon DiSalvatore F 14 Eric Dixon F 17 John Doherty F 6 Gil Domingue F 8 John Donohue F 9 Dave Dornseif D 3

COACHES & STAFF

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THE FRIARS

Rick Cabalka F 19 1971-75 74 31 22 53 48 Edina, Minn. Andy Calcione F 27 1983-87 90 7 19 26 30 Johnston, R.I. Jon Cameron F 21 1995-99 132 27 53 80 217 Langley, B.C. Rich Campisi F 9 1976-78 53 10 15 25 54 Happauge, N.Y. John Cannon F 11 1960-61 56 9 17 26 New Haven, Conn. Jamie Carroll F 14 2004-07 139 37 39 76 132 Andover, Conn. Ted Carter F 20 1956-57 18 1 0 1 Burrillville, R.I. David Carpentier F 25 2001-05 105 9 16 25 106 Faribault, Minn. Sal Carvelli F 10 1956-57 18 0 2 2 Cumberland, R.I. Nowel Catterall D 26 1982-85 94 9 25 34 141 Whitby, Ont. Rick Cavallaro F 23 1977-79 12 1 0 1 0 N. Attleboro, Mass. Paul Cavallini D 5 1984-85 45 5 14 19 64 Downsview, Ont. David Cavanagh D 2 2006-10 82 2 5 7 42 Warwick, R.I. John Cavanagh F 16 2006-10 117 19 34 53 46 Warwick, R.I. Chris Chaput F 16 2001-05 144 33 64 97 125 Pawtucket, R.I. Laurier Charest F 8 1970-71 15 0 0 0 0 Lewiston, Maine John Charette F 31 1992-93 24 2 2 4 2 Pascoag, R.I. Christopher Ciceri F 16 1968-72 90 28 38 66 76 Montreal, Que. John Ciotti F 12 1980-82 15 3 9 12 39 Simcoe, Ont. Jon Coe F 20 1995-99 136 30 43 73 120 Anoka, Minn. Francis Coleman N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable Providence, R.I. Glen Collard D 6 1969-72 71 5 37 42 116 Dorval, Que. Greg Collins F 22 2006-10 94 14 19 33 68 Hingham, Mass. Jim Colucci D 27 1978-82 108 19 64 83 178 Smithfield, R.I. Rob Concannon F 8 1990-92 39 3 6 9 24 Dorchester, Mass. Brad Copper F 28/12 2005-07 41 1 4 5 28 Coppell, Texas John Corbett F 25 1961-64 7 0 0 0 Somerville, Mass. Frederick Costello F 12 1966-69 52 13 11 24 30 Providence, R.I. Rich Costello F 14 1981-83 75 30 42 72 99 Natick, Mass. Bob Cowan F 17 1989-93 142 45 95 140 114 Minneapolis, Minn. Dylan Cox F 10 2004-06 34 1 2 3 28 Newbury, Mass. Bob Creamer F 16 1988-92 123 25 20 45 72 Cranston, R.I. Alex Cromwell F 28 2014- 6 0 1 1 0 McKinney, Texas Damian Cross F 9 2010-12 44 4 13 17 32 Nepean, Ont. Mike Cross F 19 1976-77 4 0 0 0 0 Massena, N.Y. Gord Cruickshank F 17 1984-88 145 99 60 159 181 Mississauga, Ont. John Cullen D 14 1956-57 18 0 1 1 Toronto, Ont. Edward Cunningham N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable Providence, R.I. Ken Cusack F 16 1972-75 66 14 25 39 36 Roxbury, Mass.

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FRIAR ALL-TIME ROSTER PLAYERS POS NO. Mark Doshan F 26 Raymond Duffy F 14 Brandon Duhaime F 9

E

Thomas Egan F 19 Richard Ernst F 5 Chris Eppich F 19 Steve Evangelista F 16 Allan Evans D 5

YEARS GP G A PTS PIM HOMETOWN 1988-92 50 6 7 13 12 Mound, Minn. 1953-54 14 1 3 4 0 Providence, R.I. 2016- 35 4 8 12 45 Parkland, Fla. 1961-62 21 1 0 1 Providence, R.I. 1960-61 20 7 3 10 Cranston, R.I. 2006-10 88 7 10 17 26 Surrey, B.C. 1977-81 119 22 45 67 99 Wakefield, Mass. 1969-72 70 15 31 46 126 Verdun, Que.

F

Mike Farrell F/D 10 1997-00 98 11 26 37 154 Carmel, Ind. Raymond Farrell F 16 1952-55 29 3 3 6 4 Providence, R.I. Ben Farrer F 14 2007-11 105 5 21 26 103 Calgary, Alta. Josh Faulkner F 23 1998-99 4 0 1 1 0 Bracebridge, Ont. Mark Fayne D 4 2006-10 139 16 33 49 103 Sagamore Beach, Mass. Thomas Fecteau D 12 1963-65 52 0 2 2 Warwick, R.I. John Ferguson F 23 1985-89 115 15 22 37 105 Winnipeg, Man. Bert Ferrie F 7 1957-60 62 7 10 1 Hamden, Conn. Edward Ferry F 18 1953-57 29 3 3 6 4 Cranston, R.I. Jamie Ferullo F 10 2010-11 0 - - - - Rochester, N.H. Bob Fillion D 17 1957-59 43 2 9 11 Cape Elizabeth, Maine Gerald Fitzgerald D 7 1970-72 26 3 7 10 8 South Boston, Mass. Tom Fitzgerald F 12 1986-88 63 27 29 56 72 Billerica, Mass. James Flaherty D 21 1959-60 6 0 2 2 Medford, Mass. Paul Flaherty F 21 1987-91 77 14 18 32 98 Dorchester, Mass. Mike Flanagan D 19 1983-87 102 2 7 9 77 Acton, Mass. Anthony Florentino D 16 2013-17 131 22 32 54 98 West Roxbury, Mass. Perry Florio D 3 1985-87 62 5 11 16 148 Raymond, N.H. Erik Foley F 12 2015- 72 22 31 53 46 Mansfield, Mass. Jim Ford F 13 1956-58 40 3 2 5 Providence, R.I. Peter Fregoe F 13 1999-03 147 68 80 148 127 Massena, N.Y.

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Charles Gaffney D 18 1962-65 75 3 19 22 Providence, R.I. Kevin Gaffney D 7 1972-76 84 4 18 22 113 N. Providence, R.I. Mike Gaffney F 12 1969-72 76 22 32 54 41 N. Providence, R.I. Bruce Gage D 3 1970-71 16 0 3 3 6 Toronto, Ont. Torry Gajda F 19 2002-06 135 37 41 78 137 Westfield, Mass. Tom Gallagher F 8 2002-05 13 2 0 2 2 Concord, Mass. Mike Gambino F 26 1993-96 13 2 0 2 0 Hanson, Mass. Garrett Gamez F 13 2015-17 57 8 8 16 22 Chino Hills, Calif. Bruce Garber D 4 1977-79 49 13 32 45 24 Milwaukee, Wisc. John Gately F 20 1966-68 30 6 7 13 16 Warwick, R.I. Rob Gaudreau F/D 7 1988-92 146 103 108 211 86 Cranston, R.I. James Gegear F 21 1959-62 61 27 54 81 Montreal, Que. Cole Gendreau F 19 1997-01 94 5 4 9 83 Bismarck, N.D. Matt Germain F 25 2007-11 134 18 38 56 55 Rockland, Mass. Hal Gill D 3 1993-97 131 12 33 45 154 Bolton, Mass. Bruce Gilmore F 5 1964-65 26 5 6 11 Warwick, R.I. John Gilmour D 3 2012-16 141 22 43 65 85 Montreal, Quebec George Gingell D 3 1957-60 63 2 23 25 Harrisville, R.I. Paul Golden F 18/3 2008-11 18 1 1 2 4 Milton, Mass. Jonathan Goodwin F 21 2000-04 117 22 30 52 177 Taunton, Mass. Heath Gordon F 8 1997-01 90 14 18 32 78 Pembroke, Mass. Roderick Gorman F 5 1953-55 52 33 50 83 10 Melrose, Mass. Will Goss D 8 2012- 10 0 1 1 4 Wellesley, Mass. Mike Gouin F 9 1979-81 49 20 13 33 10 Manville, R.I. Justin Gould D 4 1992-96 132 9 46 55 155 Dedham, Mass. Vince Goulet F 23 2004-06 26 0 2 2 22 Highland Ranch, Colo. John Graham N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable New Haven, Conn. David Green F 23 1993-97 142 44 64 108 120 Castlegar, B.C. Daniel Griffin F 3 1963-64, 66-67 46 14 13 27 4 Melrose, Mass. Joel Guay F 6 1982-83 1 0 0 0 0 N. Smithfield, R.I.

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H

1996-00 119 19 46 65 60 Cranston, R.I. 2002-05 68 1 9 10 32 Bloomington, Minn.

Aaron Jamnick F 20 Mark Jankowski F 10 Brian Jefferies F 23 Frank Johnson D 7 Richard Johnson F 10 Art Johnston F 11

2009-11 65 8 7 15 26 Hibbing, Minn. 2012-16 148 43 67 110 66 Dundas, Ontario 1989-93 49 7 6 13 23 Millis, Mass. 1976-80 77 4 4 8 26 Canton, Mass. 1966-69 59 15 11 26 10 Lynn, Mass. 1976-77 62 16 24 40 28 Warwick, R.I.

J

FACILITIES

Jason Ialongo D 2 Luke Irwin D 2

COACHES & STAFF

I

1981-82 32 8 11 19 10 Pierrefonds, Que. 1992-96 94 11 15 26 70 Smithfield, R.I. 2010-14 143 8 26 34 119 Cumberland, Maine 2009-13 124 8 24 32 118 Orlando, Fla. 1976-80 94 2 17 19 124 Cambridge, Mass. 1953-57 14 0 0 0 4 Northfield, Vt. 1962-65 75 55 78 133 Peterborough, Ont. 1972-76 89 27 44 71 60 Chauteauguay, Que. 2014- 69 3 7 10 29 Garnet Valley, Pa. 2009-10 0 - - - - Lino Lakes, Minn. 1962-65 75 27 23 50 Niagara Falls, Ont. 1986-90 88 1 5 6 38 Billerica, Mass. 1969-71 25 1 0 1 10 Oshawa, Ont. 1953-55 29 6 5 11 8 Cranston, R.I. 1978-82 111 8 34 42 54 Cranston, R.I. 2002-07 104 6 21 27 36 Farmington, Conn. 1977-81 76 12 18 30 36 St. Laurent, Que. 1972-73 14 2 3 5 16 Smith’s Falls, Ont. 1985-89 132 23 69 92 188 Hicksville, N.Y. 1992-96 122 37 57 94 150 Wrentham, Mass. 1989-93 113 7 9 16 138 Rochester, Minn.

THE FRIARS

Jeff Hamilton F 12 Trevor Hanson F 15 Kevin Hart D 2 Myles Harvey D 44 Dan Haskins D 6 Herbert Hearne D 12 Grant Heffernan F 11 Steve Heggison F 9 Robbie Hennessey F 25 Willie Hess F 51 John Heximer F 21 Stephen Higgins D 2 Jay Hildebrand F 18 John Hobin F 15 Jon Hogberg D 24 Bryan Horan F 11 Terry Horgan F 22 Shawn Howard F 23 Jim Hughes D 6 Joe Hulbig F 11 Todd Huyber D 6

YEARS GP G A PTS PIM HOMETOWN 1981-83 75 57 48 105 121 N. Smithfield, R.I. 1986-90 125 11 13 24 66 Watertown, Mass. 1996-00 42 1 8 9 34 Duluth, Minn. 1993-97 117 42 65 107 72 Palos Park, Ill.

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

PLAYERS POS NO. Paul Guay F 19 David Guden F 7 Dave Gunderson D 5 Russ Guzior F 17

K

Ray Labbe Robert Labbe

F 2 F 4

1956-59 61 22 29 51 1956-59 61 30 27 57

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HISTORY & RECORDS

L

SEASON IN REVIEW

Barrett Kaib D 8 2011-12 31 1 5 6 24 Pittsburgh, Pa. Shaun Kane D 4 1988-92 140 27 48 75 245 Holyoke, Mass. Neven Kardum F 10 1985-86 12 1 0 1 0 North York, Ont. Shane Kavanagh F 17 2016- 30 3 1 4 18 East Providence, R.I. Jerry Keefe F 44 1996-00 104 30 68 98 70 Billerica, Mass. Brian Kelly D 3 1964-65 47 4 14 18 Needham, Mass. David Kelly F 22 1971-75 93 46 55 101 193 Wallaceburg, Ont. Regan Kelly D 4 2000-02 74 10 31 41 106 Imperial, Sask. Dan Kennedy F 12 1972-76 105 75 93 168 86 Mt. Royal, Que. Jay Kenney D 10 1992-96 117 10 36 46 46 Schenectady, N.Y. Joe Keough F 6 1958-61 62 60 58 118 Melrose, Mass. John Keough F 17 1962-65 75 34 61 95 Malden, Mass. Larry Kish D 5 1961-64 70 12 51 63 Peterborough, Ont. Kurt Kleinendorst F 11 1979-83 138 89 103 192 66 Grand Rapids, Minn. Scot Kleinendorst D 3 1978-82 120 19 74 93 225 Grand Rapids, Minn. Mike Koenig F 25 1985-86 27 0 7 7 16 Simsbury, Conn. Jim Korn D 5 1975-79 109 20 48 68 202 Minnetonka, Minn. Brady Kramer F 16 1991-95 141 60 79 139 213 Rosemont, Pa. Jordan Kremyr F 20/12 2007-11 104 13 14 27 55 Cloverdale, B.C.


FRIAR ALL-TIME ROSTER PLAYERS POS NO. YEARS GP G A PTS PIM HOMETOWN Lou LaFontaine F 10 1956-58 40 40 24 64 Avon, Conn. Paul Lagueux D 11 1952-56 38 3 2 5 16 Lewiston, Maine Bert LaJoie D 3 1957-58 22 0 10 10 Providence, R.I. Troy Lake F 25 1995-99 128 37 34 71 132 Edmonton, Alb. Chris Lamoriello F 20 1992-94 23 0 1 1 10 N. Providence, R.I. Louis Lamoriello F 14 1960-63 64 58 60 118 Providence, R.I. Nicholas Lamoriello F 14 1964-67 67 16 20 36 8 Johnston, R.I. Tyler Landman F 8 2009-11 35 1 2 3 10 Roseau, Minn. Howard LaPorte F 10 1961-64 70 11 20 31 Harrisville, R.I. Kyle Laughlin F 8 2005-09 125 19 25 44 24 Gambrills, Md. Jon LaVarre F 28 1991-95 91 16 28 44 38 Northfield, Ill. Joe Lavin D 11 2007-09 48 0 9 9 36 Shrewsbury, Mass. Jay Leach D 3 1997-01 142 6 46 52 280 Altamont, N.Y. Adam Lee F 15 1997-01 98 11 21 32 68 Brampton, Ont. Bryan Lemos F 24 2015- 66 5 13 18 30 East Providence, R.I. Nick Lent F 11 1996-00 133 26 20 46 140 Westwood, Mass. Michael Leonard F 14 1967-70 69 15 20 35 11 Scottsdale, Ariz. Gerald Leschyshyn F 9 1969-72 72 40 42 82 34 Chatham, Ont. James Lexander F 22 1967-68 9 2 2 4 Waltham, N.Y. Matt Libby D 27 1997-01 149 18 33 51 120 Saco, Maine Cody Loughlean F 17 2000-04 139 20 30 50 70 Innisfail, Alta. Mike Lovett F 16 1956-57 18 2 8 10 Burrillville, R.I. Pat Lovett D 5 1971-75 65 0 5 5 20 Cranston, R.I. Mike Lucci F 23 1999-03 140 21 22 43 170 Parma, Ohio Trevor Ludwig D 17 2004-08 115 2 13 15 133 Grapevine, Texas Shane Luke F 20 2012-15 128 33 48 81 41 Dauphin, Man. Eric Lundberg D 15 2001-05 139 2 31 33 149 Vernon, Conn. John Luszcz F 10 2000-02 37 5 2 7 26 Ludlow, Mass. John Lynes D 22 1965-67 34 0 3 3 12 Pascoag, R.I. Tom Lyons F 20 1985-86 7 0 0 0 0 Newton, Mass.

M

Kyle MacKinnon F 15 2007-11 137 37 34 71 87 Walnut, Calif. Josh MacNevin D 6 1996-00 137 20 66 86 163 W. Lethbridge, Alta. Conor MacPhee F 29 2013-17 86 7 6 13 72 Windham, N.H. Mike Mader D 29 1994-98 135 15 34 49 157 S. Windsor, Conn. Pat Madigan F 19 1987-91 134 19 41 60 120 Crookston, Minn. Frank Maloney N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable New Haven, Conn. Rob Maloney F 18 2008-12 87 3 6 9 29 Eagan, Minn. Matt Mannina D 27 2002-06 38 0 1 1 16 Schaumburg, Ill. Daryl Marchant F 24 1979-80 11 2 0 2 6 Toronto, Ont. John Marchetti D 8 1968-71 74 8 28 36 70 Wellesley, Mass. Ronald Martel D 11 1967-69 42 1 2 3 12 Danvers, Mass. Denis Martin F 12 1976-80 122 31 52 83 77 Ballston, N.Y. John Martin F 18 1971-75 68 23 39 62 63 Chatham, Ont. Mike Marvell D 3 1971-75 71 15 50 65 82 Chatham, Ont. Jeff Mason D/F 3 2001-05 125 6 24 30 50 Easthampton, Mass. Andy Mattice F 21 1986-90 98 35 49 84 60 Huntsville, Ont. Ross Mauermann F 14 2012-15 156 52 60 112 87 Janesville, Wis. Dana Maus F 9 1965-68 30 4 5 9 Norwood, Mass. Austin Mayer F 10 2007-09 46 4 9 13 26 Providence, R.I. Nick Mazzolini F 16/28 2005-09 128 25 42 67 147 Anchorage, Alaska Thomas McAleer D 10 1952-55 43 4 10 14 54 Providence, R.I. Paul McCabe F 22 1976-77 3 0 0 0 0 Cranston, R.I. Brian McCarthy F 9 1990-92 33 7 6 13 33 Salem, Mass. Tom McCarthy F 28 1978-82 28 4 4 8 20 E.Greenwich, R.I. Brad McClocklin D 5 1985-86 15 2 2 4 Barrie, Ont. Bernie McCrink F 9 1953-57 61 28 21 49 12 Providence, R.I. Bill McCreary F 28/14 2003-06 73 13 14 27 106 Howell, Mich. Colin McDonald F 18 2003-07 135 43 34 77 120 Wethersfield, Conn. Michael McDonough D 3 1953-57 47 22 26 48 15 Melrose, Mass. Frederick McGarry N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable New Haven, Conn. John McGeough D 15 1959-62 61 16 45 61 Providence, R.I. Donald McGoldrick D 4 1965-68 60 2 6 8 20 Worcester, Mass. Francis McKenna N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable East Providence, R.I. Kyle McKenzie D 5 2013-17 153 1 22 23 159 Aston, Pa.

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1958-61 61 5 21 26 Montreal, Que. 2007-11 135 26 36 62 102 Londonderry, N.H. 1959-62 61 13 29 42 Providence, R.I. 1998-02 135 45 52 97 238 W. Warwick, R.I. 1995-99 135 49 89 138 146 W. Warwick, R.I. 1977-81 117 74 90 164 94 Framingham, Mass. 1980-84 133 95 118 214 160 LaSalle, Que. 1980-84 65 1 12 13 22 Bloomington, Minn. 1977-78 4 0 0 0 0 Burlington, Ont.

P

Q

Chad Quenneville

F

13

1991-95

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HISTORY & RECORDS

John Palangio F 23 1976-77 3 1 0 1 2 St. Laurent, Que. Tom Parisi D 6 2012-16 144 12 43 55 96 Commack, N.Y. Greg Park D 6 2004-05 2 0 0 0 4 Lumsden, Sask. Ian Paskowski D 14 1990-94 131 7 21 28 99 Beverly, Mass. James Pemberton D 12 2002-06 135 11 35 46 112 Cumberland, R.I. Erik Peterson F 21 1990-94 134 29 28 57 110 Brockton, Mass. Bob Petit F 8 1952-53 14 8 5 13 8 Providence, R.I. J.J. Picinic F 12 1997-01 80 14 13 27 20 Fort Lee, N.J. Michael Pieper D 10 2011-12 0 - - - - Williams, Minn. Brian Pinho F 26 2014- 116 27 56 83 46 North Andover, Mass. Fernando Pisani F 9 1996-00 147 56 97 153 154 Edmonton, Alta. Jason Platt D 5 2000-04 127 5 19 24 121 Portola Valley, Calif. Richard Pumple F 19 1968-71 54 40 69 109 86 Lachine, Que.

SEASON IN REVIEW

James O’Cain D 2 Ian O'Connor F 26/16 Robert O’Connor F 8 Drew Omicioli F 24 Mike Omicioli F 26 Steve O’Neill F 10 Gates Orlando F 17 Mark Ostendorf D 4 Terry O’Sullivan D 25

FACILITIES

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1972-76 75 3 14 17 38 Minneapolis, Minn. 1983-87 89 4 17 21 60 Duluth, Minn. 2008-12 128 8 31 39 157 White Plains, N.Y. 1985-89 25 1 0 1 12 Toronto, Ont. 1973-74 24 3 2 5 6 Penticton, B.C. 1971-75 81 2 20 22 80 Niagara Falls, Ont. 2005-09 135 29 30 59 163 South Boston, Mass. 1961-64 64 2 5 7 Walpole, Mass. 1965-66 21 2 0 2 Walpole, Mass.

COACHES & STAFF

Terry Nagel D 6 Lance Nelson F 15 Daniel New D 55 Rich Newar F 14 Bob Nicholson F 21 Jeff Nixon D 24 Pierce Norton F 25 Bruce Norwell F 17 Peter Norwell F 5

THE FRIARS

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PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

PLAYERS POS NO. YEARS GP G A PTS PIM HOMETOWN Al McMahon F 15 1956-58 40 16 22 38 Hamden, Conn. Lawrence McMahon D 17 1959-61 32 1 6 7 St. Paul, Minn. John McMorrow F 10 1973-77 97 21 39 60 95 Edina, Minn. Steven McParland F 15 2012-16 129 14 30 44 58 Schreiber, Ontario Charles McPhillips D 20 1961-63 44 0 1 1 Providence, R.I. Joseph Meldon D 4 1962-63 49 0 2 2 Cambridge, Mass. Gerald Menard F 16 1965-68 57 8 20 28 24 Woonsocket, R.I. Maxime Menard D 18 1965-67 41 4 9 13 20 Harrisville, R.I. Michael Menard D 2 1971-75 17 1 1 2 8 Greenville, R.I. Nate Meyers F 22 2002-06 92 15 22 37 142 Maple Glen, Pa. Dan Miele F 14 1979-81 58 27 26 53 50 LaSalle, Que. Austin Miller D 3 2005-06 20 0 0 0 22 Dallas, Texas Rich Miller D 4 1996-00 58 3 12 15 62 Bethany, Conn. Trevor Mingoia F 9 2013-16 102 34 49 83 32 Fairport, N.Y. Ed Monahan F 6 1952-56 66 85 62 147 Providence, R.I. Josh Monk D 27 2013-17 107 5 37 42 100 Langley, British Columbia Matt Montesano F 26 2012-14 23 2 3 5 16 West Bridgewater, Mass. Ray Mooney F 6 1961-64 70 54 67 121 Malden, Conn. Ray Moore D 22 1957-59 43 0 2 2 Unavailable Francis Moran N/A N/A 1926-27 Stats Unavailable Providence, R.I. John Mori F 9 2005-09 64 2 7 9 30 Westport, Conn. Mark Mulhern D 29 2004-06 8 0 0 0 2 Milton, Mass. Gerald Murphy F 21 1966-69 43 1 4 5 8 Lewiston, Maine James Murphy F 10 1970-73 76 17 29 46 96 Harrisville, R.I. Kyle Murphy F 16 2011-13 38 3 8 11 6 Fairhaven, N.J. Thomas Murphy F 12 1960-61 13 2 0 2 Duluth, Minn.


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Rollie Rabitor D 3 1954-58 18 6 7 13 Pascoag, R.I. Bruce Raboin D 7 1980-84 103 10 51 61 106 Inter. Falls, Minn. Devin Rask F 26 1999-03 149 64 87 151 99 Parkside, Sask. Robert Reagan D 22 1961-63 44 1 11 12 Belmont, Mass. Robert Reall F 4 1952-56 66 43 93 136 53 Greenville, R.I. Truman Reed D 23 2014- - - - - - Anchorage, Alaska David Reilly D 20 1952-56 43 3 6 9 26 Greenville, R.I. Jon Rheault F 21 2004-08 142 56 49 105 126 Deering, N.H. Mike Rice D 24 1982-83 16 0 2 2 5 Moorhead, Minn. Bob Richardson F 11 1974-75 7 1 3 4 0 Montreal, Que. Ken Richardson F 23 1971-75 85 53 42 95 33 Smith’s Falls, Ont. Brian Ridolfi F 31 1990-94 127 50 57 107 151 Pawtucket, R.I. John Riemann F 23 1974-76 44 7 15 22 8 Edina, Minn. Jim Robbins F 22 1982-86 109 30 28 58 32 Nashua, N.H. Steve Roberts D 24 1974-78 122 11 41 52 174 Edina, Minn. Mike Robinson F 9 2000-04 117 5 14 19 48 Biggar, Sask. Jeff Robison D 3 1988-92 145 5 24 29 106 Wrentham, Mass. Chris Rooney F 21 2009-13 97 7 26 33 95 Canton, Mass. Kevin Rooney F 25/21 2012-16 144 17 19 36 70 Canton, Mass. Larry Rooney D 5 1987-91 111 16 43 59 100 So. Boston, Mass. Steve Rooney F 10 1981-85 148 56 68 124 181 Canton, Mass. Jon Rowe D 25 1991-96 89 4 9 13 66 Westwood, Mass. David Ruhly F 12 1993-96 62 7 8 15 51 Madison, Wisc. Niko Rufo F 11 2013-17 55 4 6 10 33 Stoneham, Mass. Steven Ruggiero D 4 2015-16 16 0 2 2 29 Kings Park, N.Y. Jim Rushin F 8 1979-83 77 14 13 27 39 Bloomington, Minn.

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James Wandmacher F 10 Jake Walman D 19 William Warburton F 16 Chase Watson F 20 Shawn Weiman D 7 Jeff Whisler F 17 Tim Whistler F 17 Shawn Whitham D 4 Todd Whittemore F 14 Lyle Wildgoose F 18 Cody Wild D 6 David Wilkie F 21 Josh Wilkins F 15 Gary Williamson F 15 Brad Wilson F 18 Randy Wilson F 21 Ron Wilson D 4 Stephen Wood D 6 Doug Wright F 29 Dan Wurst D 2 Craig Wyszomirski D 3

1971-75 75 22 50 72 20 North Bay, Ont. 2009-12 5 0 1 1 0 Warren, N.J. 2009-13 113 2 25 27 102 Kinnelon, N.J. 1979-83 138 27 65 92 130 Montreal, Que. 1985-87 72 13 14 27 30 Willowdale, Ont.

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Artie Yeomelakis F 12 1982-86 126 39 67 106 203 Cambridge, Mass. John Yerxa D 4 1970-73 57 4 17 21 55 Moncton, N.B. Spenser Young D 21 2016- 24 2 10 12 8 Brentwood, N.H. Tony Zancanaro Chase Zieky Gerald Zifcak Ray Zifcak Peter Zingoni

F 26 2003-07 146 23 29 54 140 F 14 2016- 4 0 0 0 F 7 1965-66 21 14 16 30 D 7 1956-57, 1960-61 36 1 3 4 F 20 2000-04 127 34 48 82 145

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NO. YEARS GP MIN GA GAA SVS SV% HOMETOWN 30 1972-76 37 2087 159 4.57 1227 .885 Walpole, Mass. 31 1997-01 97 5384 293 3.27 2518 .896 Weyburn, Sask. 35 2008-12 117 6571 343 3.13 3158 .902 Cumberland, Ont. 30 1992-95 63 3143 189 3.61 1443 .884 N. Vancouver, B.C. 1 1963-65 43 -- 130 3.12 1293 .909 Providence, R.I. 35 1988-92 5 77 1 0.78 27 .964 West Warwick, R.I. 30 1963-64 12 -- 13 6.50 87 .870 Providence, R.I. 30 2001-05 36 1974 88 2.67 930 .914 Burlington, Mass. 1 1963-66 34 -- 127 3.93 1048 .892 Chatham, Ont. 30 2016-17 - - - - - - Centerville, Va. 1 1984-86 8 269 20 4.46 115 .852 Inter. Falls, Minn. N/A 1926-27 Statistics Unavailable Cranston, R.I. 33 1998-01 1 :39 0 0.00 0 -- Norfolk, Mass. 25 1959-62 Statistics Unavailable Providence, R.I. 31 1993-97 109 6005 385 3.85 2790 .879 Prince Albert, Sask. 35 2013-16 48 2715:43 86 1.90 1164 .931 Millersville, Md. 31 1979-82 57 2926 189 3.88 1407 .882 Norwood, Mass. N/A 1926-27 Statistics Unavailable New Haven, Conn. 29 2008-12 36 1541 82 3.19 637 .886 Cranston, R.I. 1 1959-60 Statistics Unavailable Hamden, Conn. 32 2012-15 108 6433:00 223 2.08 3000 .931 South Portland, Maine 21 1957-58 17 -- 65 4.60 395 .859 Lewiston, Maine 47 2002-04 41 2395 98 2.46 1137 .921 Kings Park, N.Y. 30 1976-78 9 196 24 7.25 138 .852 Canton, Mass. 2 1962-63 18 -- 53 2.94 516 .910 St. Paul, Minn. 31 2015- 44 2531:35 91 2.16 982 .915 Parker, Colo. 1 1990-92 30 1739 122 4.21 669 .846 Southington, Conn. 1 1960-63 46 -- 179 3.88 1259 .876 Providence, R.I. 1 1952-56 Statistics Unavailable Providence, R.I. 2 1966-67 2 -- 4 2.00 15 .789 East Providence, R.I. 31 1995-99 48 2263 122 3.23 1016 .893 St. Albert, Alb. 31 1974-75 4 20 2 6.00 7 .778 Harrison, N.Y. 30 2011-12 0 - - - - - Sherwood Park, Alta. 1 1981-82 1 60 3 3.00 29 .906 Rochester, N.Y. 31/1 2014-17 3 11:41 1 5.14 7 .875 Reading, Mass. 2 1966-67 2 -- 0 0.00 20 1.000 Hamden, Conn. 1 2013 - - - - - - Wilmington, Mass. 1 2005-09 18 848 46 3.25 323 .875 Hubbardston, Mass. 1 1993-97 1 2 0 0 0 ---- Flanders, N.J. 29 1986-90 85 4738 311 3.94 2065 .869 Uxbridge, Mass. 29 1975-79 95 5634 387 4.12 2839 .880 Western Springs, Ill. 1 1973-77 45 2497 164 3.94 1229 .882 Cranston, R.I. 30 1989-93 74 3924 239 3.65 1664 .874 N. Easton, Mass. 1 1977-81 23 1160 84 4.34 554 .868 Berlin, N.H. 22 1959-61 Statistics Available Woonsocket, R.I. 30 1980-84 102 5823 351 3.62 2785 .888 Drummondville, Que. 1 1969-72 63 3770 257 4.09 2145 .893 Calgary, Alb. 30 2005-06 6 208 14 4.04 91 .867 Tenafly, N.J. 1 1986-90 72 3731 232 3.74 1461 .863 Sharon, Mass. 24 1969-72 Statistics Available Canton, Mass. 2 1967-70 51 3080 255 4.97 1843 .878 E. Milton, Mass. 1 1999-03 99 5809 289 2.98 2848 .908 Yellow Grass, Sask. 30 2006-10 10 360 20 3.33 109 .845 Bow, N.H. 35 2004-08 116 6539 280 2.60 2793 .909 Fort Wayne, Ind. 1 2009-13 5 227:26 15 3.96 114 .884 Ridgefield, Conn. 1 1995-97 2 85 8 5.63 520 .867 Fairfax, Va. N/A 1957-58 13 -- 35 4.20 233 .869 Dorchester, Mass. 31 1982-86 88 4974 264 3.18 2719 .911 Warwick, R.I. 1 1966-69 29 -- 171 6.03 883 .838 Woonsocket, R.I. 30 1999-00 2 31 2 3.85 10 .833 Brampton, Ont. 30 1984-87 21 1115 88 4.74 518 .855 Warwick, R.I. 5 2003-05 5 44 1 1.37 19 .950 Milford, Conn. 31 2012-13 - - - - - - Nashville, Tenn. 1 1971-75 29 1500 111 4.44 838 .883 Chatham, Ont.

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14 Norm Auger..............................1952-53, 54-57 Ray Duffy................................................ 1953-54 John Cullen............................................ 1956-57 Louis Lamoriello................................... 1960-63 Nicholas Lamoriello............................ 1964-67 Michael Leonard.................................. 1967-70 Colin Ahern............................................ 1975-79 Dan Miele............................................... 1979-81 Rich Costello.......................................... 1981-83 John Deasey.......................................... 1983-85 Rich Newar............................................. 1985-89 Todd Whittemore................................ 1986-90 Ian Paskowski........................................ 1990-94 Jon DiSalvatore.................................... 1999-03 Bill McCreary......................................... 2003-04 Jamie Carroll.......................................... 2004-07 Ben Farrer.................................................2007-11 Ross Mauermann....................... ...... ...2011-15 Chase Zieky.....................................201615 John Hobin............................................ 1953-55 Al McMahon.......................................... 1956-58 John McGeough.................................. 1959-62 Dan Griffin.............................................. 1963-64

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11 Paul Lagueux......................................... 1952-56 Lou Boisvert........................................... 1956-57

13 Jim Ford.................................................. 1956-58 Chad Quenneville................................ 1991-95 Peter Fregoe.......................................... 1999-03 Peter Zingoni........................................ 2003-04 Billy Simon............................................. 2010-11 Paul de Jersey....................................... 2012-14 Garrett Gamez ..................................... 2015-17

SEASON IN REVIEW

7 Tom Army..................................1952-53, 54-55 Norm Auger........................................... 1953-54 Ray Zifcak..................................1956-57, 60-61 Paul Sainato........................................... 1956-58 Bert Ferrie............................................... 1957-60 Paul DeCarlo.......................................... 1963-64 Gerald Zifcak......................................... 1965-66 Gerald Fitzgerald................................. 1970-72 Kevin Gaffney........................................ 1972-76 Frank Johnson...................................... 1976-80 Bruce Raboin......................................... 1980-84 Mike Brill................................................. 1983-86 David Guden......................................... 1986-90 Rob Gaudreau....................................... 1988-92 Leigh Dean............................................. 1996-99 Shawn Weiman.......................................1999-03 Dinos Stamoulis...................................... 2003-07 Eric Baier...................................................2007-11 Drew Brown................................ ..............2011-15 Ben Mirageas..................................2017-

10 Thomas McAleer.................................. 1952-55 John Sweeney....................................... 1952-55 Sal Carvelli.............................................. 1956-57 James Wandmacher........................... 1958-61 Howard LaPorte................................... 1961-64 Joe Sullivan............................................ 1964-65 Laurent Tremblay................................. 1965-68 Richard Johnson.................................. 1966-69 David Bolduc......................................... 1969-70 James Murphy...................................... 1970-73 John McMorrow................................... 1973-77 Steve O’Neill.......................................... 1977-81 Steve Rooney........................................ 1981-85 Neven Kardum...................................... 1985-86 Jay Kenney............................................. 1992-96 Mike Farrell............................................ 1997-00 John Luszcz............................................ 2000-02 Jason Bloomingburg.......................... 2002-03 Dylan Cox............................................... 2004-06 Austin Mayer......................................... 2007-09 Alex Velischek....................................... 2009-10 Jamie Ferullo......................................... 2010-11 Michael Pieper...................................... 2011-12 Mark Jankowski.................................... 2012-16 Scott Conway..................................2016-

12 Joe Barile................................................ 1956-59 Herbert Hearne.................................... 1953-57 Thomas Murphy................................... 1960-61 Thomas Fecteau................................... 1963-65 Andre Branchaud................................ 1964-66 Frederick Costello................................ 1966-69 Mike Gaffney......................................... 1969-72 Dan Kennedy........................................ 1972-76 Denis Martin.......................................... 1976-80 John Ciotti.............................................. 1980-82 Jeff Hamilton......................................... 1981-82 Artie Yeomelakis.................................. 1982-86 Tom Fitzgerald...................................... 1986-88 Gary Socha............................................. 1989-91 David Ruhly........................................... 1993-96 J.J. Picinic................................................ 1997-01 James Pemberton............................... 2002-06 Brad Cooper.......................................... 2006-07 Jordan Kremyr...................................... 2008-11 Stefan Demopoulos......................... ...2011-15 Erik Foley ........................................2015-

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4 Robert Reall........................................... 1952-56 Robert Labbe........................................ 1956-59 Joseph Meldon..................................... 1962-63 Donald McGoldrick............................. 1965-68 Dalton Barnoff...................................... 1968-69 John Yerxa.............................................. 1970-73

6 Ed Monahan.......................................... 1952-56 Ray Blanchette...................................... 1956-58 Joe Keough............................................ 1958-61 Ray Mooney........................................... 1961-64 John Doherty........................................ 1964-67 Glen Collard........................................... 1969-72 Terry Nagel............................................. 1972-76 Dan Haskins........................................... 1976-80 Nowel Catterall..................................... 1982-85 Joel Guay................................................ 1982-85 Jim Hughes............................................ 1985-89 Todd Huyber......................................... 1989-93 Josh MacNevin..................................... 1996-00 Stephen Wood...................................... 2000-04 Greg Park................................................ 2004-05 Cody Wild............................................... 2005-08 Tom Parisi............................................... 2012-16 Jeff Baum.........................................2017-

9 Bernie McCrink..................................... 1953-57 Len Trinque............................................ 1957-60 John Donohue...................................... 1959-62 Daniel Sheehan.................................... 1962-65 Dana Maus............................................. 1965-68 Christopher Byrne............................... 1966-69 Gerald Leschyshyn.............................. 1970-73 Steve Heggison.................................... 1972-76 Rich Campisi.......................................... 1976-78 Mike Gouin............................................ 1979-81 Rene Boudreault.................................. 1982-86 Jeff Serowik............................................ 1986-90 Brian McCarthy..................................... 1990-92 George Breen........................................ 1991-95 Tom Sheehan........................................ 1995-97 Fernando Pisani.................................... 1996-00 Mike Robinson...................................... 2000-04 John Mori............................................... 2005-09 Billy Simon............................................. 2009-10 Damian Cross........................................ 2010-12 Trevor Mingoia..................................... 2013-16 Brandon Duhaime..........................2016-

Pete Bergen........................................... 1957-60 John Cannon......................................... 1960-61 Grant Heffernan................................... 1962-65 Frank Brander........................................ 1963-66 Ronald Martel....................................... 1967-69 Leonard Alsfeld.................................... 1971-74 Bob Richardson.................................... 1974-75 Art Johnston.......................................... 1976-77 Kurt Kleinendorst................................ 1979-83 John DeVoe........................................... 1983-86 Rick Bennett.......................................... 1986-90 Joe Hulbig.............................................. 1992-96 Nick Lent................................................. 1996-00 Bryan Horan.........................2002-03; 2004-07 Joe Lavin................................................. 2007-09 Tim Schaller........................................... 2009-13 Niko Rufo................................................ 2013-17 Greg Printz......................................2017-

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3 Michael McDonough......................... 1953-57 Bert LaJoie.............................................. 1957-58 Rollie Rabitor......................................... 1954-58 George Gingell..................................... 1957-60 Bruce Norwell....................................... 1963-64 Daniel Griffin......................................... 1966-67 Brian Kelly............................................... 1964-65 Jean Boislard......................................... 1967-70 Brian Smiley........................................... 1968-69 Bruce Gage............................................ 1970-71 John Marvell.......................................... 1971-75 Dave Dornseif....................................... 1974-78 Scot Kleinendorst................................ 1978-82 Peter Taglianetti................................... 1982-86 Perry Florio............................................. 1985-87 Jeff Robison........................................... 1988-92 Hal Gill..................................................... 1993-97 Jay Leach................................................ 1997-00 Jeff Mason.............................................. 2001-05 Austin Miller.......................................... 2005-06 Paul Golden........................................... 2008-11 Craig Wyszomirski............................... 2011-12 John Gilmour........................................ 2012-16

5 Roderick Gorman................................ 1953-55 Don DelloStritto................................... 1956-57 George Boudreau................................ 1956-59 Richard Ernst......................................... 1960-61 Larry Kish................................................ 1961-64 Bruce Gilmore....................................... 1964-65 Peter Norwell........................................ 1965-66 Harry Towne.......................................... 1967-68 Allan Evans............................................. 1969-72 Pat Lovett............................................... 1971-75 Jim Korn.................................................. 1975-79 Jacques Delorme................................. 1980-84 Paul Cavallini......................................... 1984-85 Brad McClocklin................................... 1985-86 Larry Rooney......................................... 1987-91 Scott Balboni......................................... 1992-96 Dave Gunderson.................................. 1996-00 Jason Platt.............................................. 2000-04 Marc Bastarache................................... 2004-08 David Brown.......................................... 2008-12 Kyle McKenzie....................................... 2013-17 Tommy Davis...................................2017-

8 Bob Petit................................................. 1952-53 Gil Domingue........................................ 1956-59 Robert O’Connor...................................1959-62 Jack Gately...............................................1963-64 John Marchetti..................................... 1968-71 Anthony Bosco..................................... 1968-72 Laurier Charest..................................... 1970-71 Peter Valenti.......................................... 1971-75 Tom Bauer.............................................. 1975-79 Jim Rushin.............................................. 1979-83 Steve Bianchi......................................... 1983-86 Joe DiGiacomo..................................... 1986-90 Rob Concannon................................... 1990-92 Dennis Burke......................................... 1992-96 Heath Gordon....................................... 1997-01 Tom Gallagher...................................... 2002-05 Kyle Laughlin..........................................2005-09 Tyler Landman........................................2009-11 Barrett Kaib........................................... .2011-12 Will Goss................................................. 2012-14 Ryan Tait .........................................2015-

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2 Ray Labbe............................................... 1956-59 James O’Cain......................................... 1958-61 Thomas Haugh..................................... 1962-63 Raymond Lombra................................ 1966-67 Barry Johnson....................................... 1966-67 Brian Smiley........................................... 1967-68 John Sanford......................................... 1967-70 Michael Menard................................... 1971-75 Bob Bonin............................................... 1975-79 Randy Velischek................................... 1979-83 Dan Wurst............................................... 1983-85 Stephen Higgins.................................. 1986-90 Dennis Sousa........................................ 1992-95 Jason Ialongo........................................ 1996-00 Dominic Torretti................................... 2000-02 Luke Irwin............................................... 2002-05 David Cavanagh................................... 2006-10 Kevin Hart............................................... 2010-14 Logan Day ............................................. 2014-15 Vincent Desharnais.........................2015-

Ron Wilson............................................. 1973-77 Bruce Garber......................................... 1977-79 Mark Ostendorf.................................... 1980-84 Shawn Whitham................................... 1984-88 Shaun Kane............................................ 1988-92 Justin Gould.......................................... 1992-96 Rich Miller.............................................. 1996-00 Regan Kelly............................................ 2000-02 Mark Fayne............................................. 2006-10 Mark Adams.......................................... 2010-15 Steven Ruggiero ................................. 2015-16

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1 Ed Hornstein.......................................... 1952-56 Paul Gauthier........................................ 1959-62 Daniel Hornstein.................................. 1960-63 Bob Bellemore...................................... 1963-65 Frank Trudeau....................................... 1966-69 Brian Reynolds...................................... 1969-72 Michael Zyburra................................... 1971-75 Rick Moffitt............................................. 1973-77 Greg Nolin.............................................. 1977-81 David Lassonde.................................... 1981-82 Larry Crosby.......................................... 1984-86 Mark Romaine....................................... 1986-20 Mike Heinke........................................... 1990-92 Vin Martino............................................ 1993-97 Scott Swanjord..................................... 1995-97 Nolan Schaefer..................................... 1999-03 Mike Wolfe............................................. 2003-05 Chris Mannix......................................... 2005-09 Russ Stein............................................... 2009-13 Nick Luise............................................... 2013-14 Brendan Leahy..................................... 2014 -17


FRIAR ALL-TIME UNIFORM NUMBERS John Butler............................................. 1964-67 Norman Butler...................................... 1964-67 Henry Sampson................................... 1967-70 Gary Williamson................................... 1970-73 Tom Byers............................................... 1975-79 Hugh Toppazzini.................................. 1979-83 Lance Nelson......................................... 1983-87 Mike Boback.......................................... 1988-92 Trevor Hanson...................................... 1992-96 Adam Lee............................................... 1997-01 Eric Lundberg........................................ 2001-05 Kyle MacKinnon................................... 2007-11 Billy Simon............................................. 2011-12 Steven McParland............................... 2012-16 Josh Wilkins.....................................201616 Mike Lovett............................................ 1956-57 John Turner............................................ 1957-60 Joseph Albert........................................ 1958-62 William Warburton.............................. 1962-65 Gerald Menard...................................... 1965-68 Thomas Sheehan................................. 1968-72 Christopher Ciceri............................... 1970-72 Ken Cusack............................................. 1972-75 James Tibbetts...................................... 1975-77 Steve Evangelista................................. 1977-81 Tim Army................................................ 1981-85 Luke Vitale.............................................. 1985-87 Bob Creamer......................................... 1988-92 Brady Kramer........................................ 1991-95 Ben Stadey............................................. 1995-98 Chris Chaput.......................................... 2001-05 Nick Mazzolini....................................... 2005-06 John Cavanagh..................................... 2006-10 Ian O'Connor......................................... 2011-12 Kyle Murphy.......................................... 2011-13 Anthony Florentino............................ 2013-17 Jake Ryczek.....................................2017-

19 Lou LaFontaine..................................... 1956-58 Thomas Egan........................................ 1961-62 Fred Sullivan.......................................... 1964-66 Richard Pumple.................................... 1968-71 Rick Cabalka.......................................... 1971-75 Mike Cross.............................................. 1976-77 Paul Stasiak............................................ 1977-81 Paul Guay................................................ 1981-83 Mike Flanagan...................................... 1983-87 Pat Madigan.......................................... 1987-91 Travis Dillabough................................. 1993-97 Cole Gendreau...................................... 1997-01 Torry Gajda............................................ 2002-06 Chris Eppich.......................................... 2006-10 Derek Army............................................ 2010-14 Jake Walman......................................... 2014-17 Jason O'Neill ...................................201720 David Reilly............................................ 1952-56 Ted Carter............................................... 1956-57 Charles McPhillips............................... 1961-63 Andy Branchaud.................................. 1963-64 John Gately............................................ 1966-68 Sean Shanahan..................................... 1971-73 Brian Burke............................................. 1973-77 John Sullivan......................................... 1977-81 Brian Till................................................... 1982-85 Tom Lyons.............................................. 1985-86 Chris Lamoriello................................... 1992-94 Jon Coe.................................................... 1995-99 Peter Zingoni........................................ 2000-03 Chase Watson....................................... 2003-07 Jordan Kremyr...................................... 2007-08 Aaron Jamnick...................................... 2009-11 Shane Luke............................................ 2011-15 Kasper Björkqvist...........................2016-

17 Edgar Turcotte...................................... 1953-56 Bob Fillion.............................................. 1957-59 Lawrence McMahon........................... 1959-61 Bruce Norwell....................................... 1961-64 John Keough......................................... 1962-65 James Umile.......................................... 1965-68 John Tibbetts........................................ 1967-69 Eric Dixon............................................... 1969-72 Tim Whisler............................................ 1972-76 Jeff Whisler............................................. 1976-80 Gates Orlando....................................... 1980-84 Gord Cruickshank................................ 1984-88 Pat Becker............................................... 1988-90 Bob Cowan............................................. 1989-93 Russ Guzior............................................ 1993-97 Cody Loughlean................................... 2000-04 Trevor Ludwig....................................... 2004-08 Matt Bergland....................................... 2008-12 Brooks Behling..................................... 2012-16 Shane Kavanagh.............................2016-

21 Robert Tiernan...................................... 1953-54 Dom Girard............................................ 1957-58 John Blair................................................ 1957-59 James Flaherty...................................... 1959-60 James Gegear....................................... 1959-62 Rick Heximer......................................... 1962-65 Gerald Murphy..................................... 1966-69 Robert Badyk......................................... 1968-71 Bob Nicholson...................................... 1973-74 Randy Wilson........................................ 1975-79 David Wilkie........................................... 1981-85 Andy Mattice......................................... 1986-90 Paul Flaherty......................................... 1987-91 Erik Peterson......................................... 1990-94 Jon Cameron......................................... 1995-99 Jonathan Goodwin............................. 2000-04 Jon Rheault............................................ 2004-08 Shawn Tingley...................................... 2008-09 Chris Rooney......................................... 2009-13 Kevin Rooney........................................ 2013-16 Spenser Young................................2016-

18 Edward Ferry......................................... 1953-57 Marshall Tschida................................... 1959-62 Charles Gaffney.................................... 1962-65 Maxime Menard................................... 1965-67 Jay Hildebrand..................................... 1969-71 John Martin........................................... 1971-75 Brad Wilson............................................ 1974-78 Jacques Blanchette............................. 1978-81 Tim Sullivan........................................... 1982-86 Lyle Wildgoose..................................... 1987-91 Colin McDonald................................... 2003-07 Rob Maloney......................................... 2008-12 Nick Saracino........................................ 2012-16 Jacob Bryson...................................2016-

22 Ray Moore.............................................. 1957-59 Jim Toomey............................................ 1957-58 Dennis Panu.......................................... 1959-61 Robert Reagan...................................... 1961-63 Joe Sullivan............................................ 1963-64 John Lynes............................................. 1965-67 James Lexander................................... 1967-68 David Kelly............................................. 1971-75 Paul McCabe.......................................... 1976-77 Terry Horgan......................................... 1977-81 Jim Buettgen......................................... 1980-81 Jim Robbins........................................... 1982-86 Tim Allen................................................. 1987-88 Mark Devine.......................................... 1989-93

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Matt Libby.............................................. 1997-01 Matt Mannina....................................... 2002-06 Pierce Norton........................................ 2007-09 Tim Smith............................................... 2009-10 Alex Velishek......................................... 2010-13 Josh Monk.............................................. 2013-17 28 Steve DeForge...................................... 1974-75 Tom McCarthy...................................... 1978-82 Terry Sullivan......................................... 1984-87 Jon LaVarre............................................ 1991-95 Doug Sheppard.................................... 1996-00 Bill McCreary......................................... 2004-05 Brad Cooper.......................................... 2005-06 Nick Mazzolini.........................................2006-09 Rem Vanderbeek...................................2009-10 Steven Shamanski............................... 2010-14 Alex Cromwell.................................201429 Bill Milner................................................ 1975-79 Steve Taylor............................................ 1980-84 Matt Merten.......................................... 1986-90 Mike Mader............................................ 1994-98 Doug Wright.......................................... 1999-03 Mark Mulhern....................................... 2004-06 Matt Tommasiello................................ 2006-08 Justin Gates........................................... 2008-12 Conor MacPhee.................................... 2013-17 Bailey Conger..................................201730 Phil Anchukaitis................................... 1972-76 Mark Hanson......................................... 1976-78 Mario Proulx.......................................... 1980-84 Ed Walsh.................................................. 1984-87 Brad Mullahy......................................... 1989-93 Bob Bell................................................... 1992-95 Jamie Vanek........................................... 1999-00 David Cacciola...................................... 2001-05 Stephen Ritter....................................... 2005-06 Ryan Simpson....................................... 2006-10 Julien Laplante..................................... 2011-12 Kris Carlson............................................ 2016-17 31 Bob Kelly................................................. 1974-75 Scott Fiske.............................................. 1979-82 Chris Terreri............................................ 1982-86 John Butterworth................................ 1985-89 Brian Ridolfi........................................... 1990-94 John Charette....................................... 1992-93 Dan Dennis............................................ 1993-97 Mark Kane.............................................. 1995-99 Boyd Ballard.......................................... 1997-01 Dylan Wells............................................ 2012-13 Brendan Leahy...................................... 2013-14 Hayden Hawkey..............................201532 Jon Gillies............................................... 2012-15 33 Matt Curran........................................... 1998-01 Andy Balysky......................................... 2008-12 Gabe Mollot-Hill.............................201735 David Berard.......................................... 1988-92 Chris Therien......................................... 1990-93 Tyler Sims............................................... 2004-08 Alex Beaudry......................................... 2008-12 Nick Ellis ......................................2013-16 44 Jerry Keefe............................................. 1996-00 Bryce Aneloski...................................... 2008-09 Myles Harvey......................................... 2009-13 47 Bobby Goepfert................................... 2002-04 51 Willie Hess.............................................. 2009-10 55 Daniel New............................................ 2008-12 Numbers not available Thomas Bride........................................ 1926-27 Francis Coleman.................................. 1926-27 Vincent Cummings............................. 1926-27 Edward Cunningham......................... 1926-27 William Flynn......................................... 1926-27 John Graham......................................... 1926-27 Frank Maloney...................................... 1926-27 Frederick McGarry............................... 1926-27 Francis McKenna.................................. 1926-27


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Bob Bell

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ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS MOST GAMES PLAYED (SEASON): 45 (1984-85) BEST REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 25-5-4, .794 (2015-16) BEST OVERALL SEASON: 33-10-0, .767 (1982-83) MOST WINS, ONE SEASON: 33 (1982-83) MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS: 10 (February 5 - March 12, 2016) LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK: 19 (16-0-3, March 28, 2015 - December 28, 2015) LONGEST UNBEATEN STREAK, START OF SEASON: 15 (12-0-3, October 8, 2015 - December 28, 2015) MOST LOSSES, ONE SEASON: 24 (1985-86) MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES: 12 (December 29, 1966 - February 16, 1967) LONGEST WINLESS STREAK: 15 (0-12-3, January 7, 2011 - March 4, 2011) MOST TIES, ONE SEASON: 8 (2010-11) MOST OVERTIME GAMES, ONE SEASON: 11 (0-3-8, 2010-11) MOST OVERTIME WINS, ONE SEASON: 4 (1984-85 & 2014-15) MOST OVERTIME LOSSES, ONE SEASON: 4 (1986-87, 2014-15, 2015-16) FEWEST WINS, ONE SEASON: 1 (1-7, .125, 1926-27); 3 (3-17, .150, 1966-67) MOST GOALS: GAME: 20 (vs. Rutgers, November 29, 1961) SEASON: 225 (1982-83) MOST ASSISTS: GAME: 31 (vs. Rutgers, November 29, 1961) SEASON: 373 (1982-83)

MOST PENALTIES: PERIOD: 11 (vs. Merrimack, February 2, 1966, 3rd Period); 11 (at Maine, November 21, 2004, 2nd period) GAME: 22 (vs. Dartmouth, December 30, 1987) SEASON: 386 (1984-85)

Bill Milner

MOST PENALTY MINUTES: PERIOD: 63 (vs. Merrimack, December 3, 1999, 1st Period) GAME: 79 (vs. Lowell, February 26, 1986) SEASON: 809 (1988-89)

Mario Proulx

MOST WINS: SEASON: 26 Mario Proulx, 1982-83 CAREER: 64 Mario Proulx, 1980-84

Brian Reynolds

SEASON IN REVIEW

MOST SHUTOUTS: SEASON: 5 Jon Gillies, 2012-13 4 Nick Ellis, 2015-16 4 Jon Gillies, 2014-15 4 Jon Gillies, 2013-14 3 Mario Proulx, 1981-82 3 Nolan Schaefer, 2000-01 3 Tyler Sims, 2005-06, 2007-08 3 Alex Beaudry, 2011-12 3 Hayden Hawkey, 2016-17 CAREER: 13 Jon Gillies, 2012-15 7 Tyler Sims, 2004-08

FACILITIES

ALL-TIME GOALTENDING RECORDS MOST SAVES: PERIOD: 25 Brian Reynolds vs. Cornell, March 9, 1971 GAME: 66 Ed Hornstein vs. Clarkson, February 26, 1955 SEASON: 1418 Chris Terreri, 1984-85 CAREER: 3158 Alex Beaudry, 2008-12

COACHES & STAFF

MOST POINTS: GAME: 51 (vs. Rutgers, November 29, 1961) SEASON: 598 (1982-83)

LONGEST SHUTOUT STREAK: 203:16: Bob Bell (5 games, 12/28/93 - 1/21/94)

MOST MINUTES PLAYED: SEASON: 2512 Chris Terreri, 1984-85 CAREER: 6539 Tyler Sims, 2004-08

Chris Terreri

LOWEST GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE: SEASON: 1.80 Nick Ellis, 2015-16 CAREER: 1.90 Nick Ellis, 2013-16

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MOST GAMES: SEASON: 41 Chris Terreri, 1984-85 CAREER: 117 Alex Beaudry, 2011-12


FRIAR ALL-TIME RECORDS ALL-TIME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST GOALS: PERIOD: 4 Brad Wilson, 2nd Period vs. Brown, January 7, 1976* 4 Devin Rask, 3rd Period vs. Princeton, November 3, 2002 GAME: 6 Ed Monahan vs. Boston University, January 31, 1956* 6 Randy Wilson vs. Merrimack, November 25, 1975* SEASON: 34 Paul Guay, 1982-83 34 Gord Cruickshank, 1985-86 34 Rob Gaudreau, 1990-91 CAREER: 103 Rob Gaudreau, 1988-89 FRESHMAN: 30 Randy Wilson, 1975-76

Tim Army

MOST ASSISTS: GAME: 8 Joe Barile vs. AIC, February 15, 1959 SEASON: 61 Ron Wilson, 1974-75+ CAREER: 172 Ron Wilson, 1973-77+ FRESHMAN: 34 Brad Wilson, 1974-75 MOST POINTS: GAME: 9 Joe Barile vs. AIC, February 15, 1959 SEASON: 87 Ron Wilson, 1974-75+ CAREER: 250 Ron Wilson, 1973-77+ FRESHMAN: 57 Brad Wilson, 1974-75 57 Rob Gaudreau, 1988-89

Chad Quenneville

MOST HAT TRICKS: SEASON: 4 Lou Lamoriello, 1961-62 CAREER: 9 Lou Lamoriello, 1960-63 MOST FOUR GOAL GAMES: SEASON: 2 Ray Mooney, 1961-62; Randy Wilson, 1975-76; Brad Wilson, 1975-76; Ron Wilson, 1975-76 CAREER: 4 Ron Wilson, 1973-77 MOST PENALTIES: GAME: 6 John Ciotti vs. Cornell, March 14, 1981 SEASON: 53 Peter Taglianetti, 1984-85 CAREER: 123 Shawn Whitham, 1984-88

Brad Wilson

MOST PENALTY MINUTES: GAME: 27 Frank Brander vs. Yale, January 11, 1966 @ SEASON: 114 Peter Taglianetti, 1984-85 # CAREER: 280 Jay Leach, 1987-01 MOST GAMES PLAYED: SEASON: 45 Tim Army, Rene Boudreault, Nowel Catterall, Paul Cavallini and Tim Sullivan, 1984-85 CAREER: 156 Ross Mauermann, 2011-15 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES: CAREER: 156 Ross Mauermann, 2011-15 149 Derek Army 2010-14

Randy Wilson

LONGEST POINT SCORING STREAK: 19 games Mike Boback (11-20-31, 11/15/89 - 2/10/90) LONGEST GOAL SCORING STREAK: 11 games Chad Quenneville (18 goals, 1/2/94 - 2/4/94) * - ECAC Modern Record + - ECAC Record for Defenseman @ - ECAC Record # - Hockey East Record Ron Wilson

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ASSISTS PENALTY MINUTES 61 - Ron Wilson......................................1974-75 114 - Peter Taglianetti...........................1984-85 48 - Mike Boback..................................1991-92 104 - Jay Leach.........................................2000-01 47 - Ron Wilson......................................1975-76 101-` Jay Leach.........................................1999-00 Tim Army.........................................1984-85 Paul Guay 90 - Perry Florio.....................................1985-86 42 - Ron Wilson......................................1976-77 89 - Shawn Whitham...........................1985-86 41 - Rich Pumple...................................1970-71 88 - Nowel Catterall.............................1984-85 39 - Kurt Kleinendorst.........................1982-83 86 - Shaun Kane....................................1990-91 Gates Orlando...............................1982-83 85 - Scot Kleinendorst........................1981-82 37 - Joe Barile.........................................1956-57 Artie Yeomelakis...........................1984-85 Bruce Raboin.................................1982-83 83 - Paul Guay........................................1982-83 Fernando Pisani............................1998-99 80 - Gord Cruickshank........................1985-86 36 - Artie Yeomelakis...........................1984-85 78 - Stephen Wood..............................2001-02 Jerry Keefe......................................1998-99 77 - Jon Cameron.................................1998-99 35 - Dave Dornseif................................1977-78 76 - Drew Omicioli...............................1999-00 34 - Brad Wilson....................................1974-75 Derek Army....................................2010-11 Dan Kennedy.................................1974-76 75 - Scot Kleinendorst........................1980-81 Dan Kennedy.................................1975-76 74 - Rick Bennett...................................1988-89 Bob Cowan.....................................1990-91 Peter Taglianetti Rick Bennett...................................1989-90 Rob Gaudreau...............................1991-92 73 - Jim Korn..........................................1976-77 Last PC overtime win: Feb. 19, 2016 vs. Notre Dame (3-2; Trevor Mingoia w/ GWG) Last PC overtime loss: March 25, 2016 vs. Minnesota Duluth in the NCAA Reg. Semifinal (L, 2-1 - 2ot) 72 - Jim Korn..........................................1978-79 Last overtime game: March 25, 2016 vs. Minnesota Duluth in the NCAA Reg. Semifinal (L, 2-1 - 2ot) 71 - Shawn Whitham...........................1986-87 Last tie game: Jan. 9, 2016 vs. Boston College (T, 4-4) 70 - Rick Bennett...................................1987-88 Last time PC had no penalties: January 12, 2008 at UMass Lowell Paul Saundercook........................1988-89 Last time opponent had no penalties: March 18, 2016 vs. UMass Lowell in HE Semifinals Jon Cameron.................................1997-98 Last time PC had 10 or more goals: Feb. 7, 2015 vs. UConn (W, 10-1) Last time PC had 10 or more goals against: March 5, 1993 vs. Boston University (6-12) Last PC sellout: Feb. 28, 2016 vs. Massachusetts (3,033) Last road sellout: Jan. 8, 2016 at Boston College (7,884) Largest home crowd: January 25, 1992 vs. Maine (5,781 at Providence Civic Center) Last PC shutout: March 12, 2016 vs. Merrimack (2-0, Nick Ellis - 20 saves) Last PC road shutout: Feb. 5, 2016 at Maine (1-0, Nick Ellis - 19 saves) Last PC neutral shutout: March 28, 2014 vs. Quinnipiac (4-0, Jon Gillies - 37 saves at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn. in NCAA 1st Rd.) Last time PC was shutout: Feb. 13, 2015 at Notre Dame (2-0, Cal Petersen - 38 saves) Last scoreless tie: October 25, 2003 at Merrimack (Cacciola, PC - 26 saves; Guenther, MC - 24 saves) Last PC penalty shot (saved/made): Dec. 29, 2013, Mark Jankowski at Dartmouth (saved by Charles Grant); Oct. 9, 2015, Trevor Mingoia at Miami (scored vs. Jay Williams) Last penalty shots (wide/made/saved) against PC: Jan. 4, 2014: Connor Toomey (Merrimack at Fenway Park) - wide vs. Nick Ellis. Oct. 15, 2010: Travis Oleksuk (Minnesota Duluth) - scored vs. Alex Beaudry. Feb. 21, 2009: Jeff Velleca (Merrimack) saved vs. Alex Beaudry. Last PC hat trick: Oct. 30, 2015 at Colgate (Jake Walman - W, 7-2) Last hat trick vs. PC: Jan. 8, 2016 (Colin White - Boston College) Last PC shorthanded goal: Feb. 26, 2016 at Massachusetts (Trevor Mingoia) Last shorthanded goal against: Oct. 24, 2015 vs. Ohio State (Tyler Lundey) Last time PC scored two shorthanded goals in the same game: Feb. 7, 2015 vs. UConn (Steven McParland & Noel Acciari) Last Time PC scored an extra attacker goal: Oct. 24, 2015 (at PC 6 vs. Ohio State 4) - Kevin Rooney (delayed penalty) Last PC empty net goal: March 12, 2016 vs. Merrimack (Kevin Rooney) Last four-goal game by PC: November 3, 2002, Devin Rask vs. Princeton Last four-goal game by an opponent: February 12, 2010 (Bobby Butler, UNH) Last PC Goalie to make 40+ saves: March 25, 2016 - Nick Ellis (vs Minnesota Duluth, L: 2-1 (2ot) - 54 saves) Last PC Goalie to make 50+ saves: March 25, 2016 - Nick Ellis (vs Minnesota Duluth, L: 2-1 (2ot) - 54 saves) Last Time PC had 60+ shots on goal: 60 on Feb. 11, 2014 - UConn 3, at PC 2 Last Time PC had 50+ shots on goal: 59 on March 18, 2016 - UMass Lowell 2, Providence 1 (3ot) Last opposing goalie to make 40+ saves: March 18, 2016 - Kevin Boyle (UMass Lowell, 58 saves; UMass Lowell 2, PC 1 - 3ot HEA Semifinals) Last opposing goalie to make 50+ saves: March 18, 2016 - Kevin Boyle (UMass Lowell, 58 saves; UMass Lowell 2, PC 1 - 3ot HEA Semifinals) Last PC Player With Two Goals In His Debut: Mark Jankowski (Oct. 12, 2012 vs. Sacred Heart) Last Time PC Came Back From A One-Goal, 3rd Period Deficit to tie: Nov. 14, 2015 (PC 3, at Boston University 3) Last Time PC Came Back From A One-Goal, 3rd Period Deficit to win: Dec. 29, 2015 (PC 2, Boston College 1) Last Time PC Came Back From A Two-Goal, 3rd Period Deficit (to win or tie): Feb. 19, 2016 (PC 3, vs. Notre Dame 2 - ot) Last Time PC Came Back From A Three-Goal, 3rd Period Deficit (to win or tie): December 6, 2013 (PC 3, at Northeastern 3)

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POINTS 87 - Ron Wilson......................................1974-75 74 - Tim Army.........................................1984-85 72 - Kurt Kleinendorst.........................1982-83 Mike Boback..................................1991-92 69 - Gates Orlando...............................1982-83 66 - Ron Wilson......................................1975-76 65 - Paul Guay........................................1982-83 63 - Rich Pumple...................................1970-71 61 - Rob Gaudreau...............................1990-91 59 - Brad Wilson....................................1975-76 Ron Wilson......................................1976-77 58 - Grant Heffernan............................1964-65 Dan Kennedy.................................1975-76 57 - Brad Wilson....................................1974-75 Rob Gaudreau...............................1988-89 Kurt Kleinendorst.........................1981-82 56 - Gates Orlando...............................1980-81 55 - Rob Gaudreau...............................1991-92 54 - Dan Kennedy.................................1974-75 54 - Chad Quenneville........................1994-95

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

PC HOCKEY SINGLE SEASON LEADERS GOALS 34 - Paul Guay........................................1982-83 Gord Cruickshank........................1985-86 Rob Gaudreau...............................1990-91 33 - Kurt Kleinendorst.........................1982-83 30 - Randy Wilson.................................1975-76 Kurt Kleinendorst.........................1981-82 Gates Orlando...............................1982-83 29- Ken Richardson.............................1974-75 Gord Cruickshank........................1987-88 28- Lou LaFontaine.............................1956-57 Grant Heffernan............................1964-65 Steve Rooney................................1984-85 Rob Gaudreau...............................1988-89 27- Marshall Tschida...........................1960-61 Tim Army.........................................1984-85 Gord Cruickshank........................1986-87 26- Ron Wilson......................................1974-75 Brad Wilson....................................1975-76


FRIAR ALL-TIME RECORDS CAREER GOALS LEADERS PLAYER 1. Rob Gaudreau 2. Gord Cruickshank 3. Gates Orlando 4. Kurt Kleinendorst 5. Ed Monahan 6. Ron Wilson Chad Quenneville 8. Dan Kennedy 9. Steve O'Neill 10. Mike Boback 11. Tim Army 12. Marshall Tschida Peter Fregoe 14. Randy Wilson 15. Devin Rask 16. Brad Wilson 17. Mario Aube 18. Colin Ahern Tom Bauer Lyle Wildgoose

YEARS 1988-92 1984-88 1980-84 1979-83 1952-56 1973-77 1991-95 1972-76 1977-81 1988-92 1981-85 1959-62 1999-03 1975-79 1999-03 1974-78 1987-91 1975-79 1975-79 1987-91

GOALS SCORED 103 99 95 89 85 78 78 75 74 73 71 68 68 67 64 63 62 61 61 61

CAREER ASSISTS LEADERS PLAYER YEARS ASSISTS 1. Ron Wilson 1973-77 172 2. Mike Boback 1988-92 128 3. Gates Orlando 1980-84 118 4. Tim Army 1981-85 108 Rob Gaudreau 1988-92 108 6. Dave Dornseif 1974-78 103 Kurt Kleinendorst 1979-83 103 8. Fernando Pisani 1996-00 97 9. Brad Wilson 1974-78 96 10. Bob Cowan 1989-93 95 11. Dan Kennedy 1972-76 93 Robert Reall 1952-56 93 13. Steve O'Neill 1977-81 90 14. Chad Quenneville 1991-95 89 Mike Omicioli 1995-99 89 16. Joe Barile 1956-59 88 17. Randy Wilson 1975-79 87 Devin Rask 1999-03 87 19. Colin Ahern 1975-79 86 20. Rick Bennett 1986-90 84 21. Jon DiSalvatore 1999-03 83 22. Peter Fregoe 1999-03 80 23. Brady Kramer 1991-95 79 24. Grant Heffernan 1962-65 78 25. Scot Kleinendorst 1978-82 74 CAREER PENALTY MINUTE LEADERS PLAYER YEARS 1. Jay Leach 1997-01 2. Shawn Whitham 1984-88 3. Stephen Wood 2000-04 4. Peter Taglianetti 1981-85 Rick Bennett 1986-90 6. Shaun Kane 1988-92 7. Drew Omicioli 1998-02 8. Scot Kleinendorst 1978-82 9. Jon Cameron 1995-99 10. Brady Kramer 1991-95 11. Travis Dillabough 1993-97 12. Artie Yeomelakis 1982-86 13. Jim Korn 1975-79 14. Scott Balboni 1992-96 15. David Kelly 1971-75

PENALTY MINUTES 280 264 260 252 252 245 238 225 217 213 206 203 202 198 193

CAREER GAMES PLAYED PLAYER 1. Ross Mauermann 2. Kyle McKenzie 3. Tim Army 4. Matt Libby Devin Rask Derek Army Brandon Tanev 8. Steve Rooney Jon DiSalvatore Mark Jankowski 11. Fernando Pisani Peter Fregoe 13. Rob Gaudreau Tony Zancanaro 15. Gord Cruickshank Paul Saundercook Jeff Robison Nick Saracino 19. Chris Chaput Tom Parisi Kevin Rooney 22. Chad Quenneville Stephen Wood Kevin Hart 25. Bob Cowan David Green Doug Sheppard Jay Leach Jon Rheault 30. Brady Kramer Travis Dillabough Matt Taormina Steven Shamanski John Gilmour 35. Shawn Whitham Shaun Kane Mike Lucci 38. Steve Anderson Cody Loughlean Eric Lundberg Mark Fayne

YEARS 2011-15 2013-17 1981-85 1997-01 1999-03 2010-14 2012-16 1981-85 1999-03 2012-16 1996-00 1999-03 1988-92 2003-07 1984-88 1986-90 1988-92 2012-16 2001-05 2012-16 2012-16 1991-95 2000-04 2010-14 1989-93 1993-97 1996-00 1997-01 2004-08 1991-95 1993-97 2005-09 2010-14 2012-16 1984-88 1988-92 1999-03 1979-83 2000-04 2001-05 2006-10

GAMES PLAYED 156 153 151 149 149 149 149 148 148 148 147 147 146 146 145 145 145 145 144 144 144 143 143 143 142 142 142 142 142 141 141 141 141 141 140 140 140 139 139 139 139

Rob Gaudreau is PC's all-time leader in goals scored with 103.

Ron Wilson is PC's all-time leader with 172 career assists.

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PROVIDENCE COLLEGE CENTURY CLUB (100 or more career points) PLAYER YEARS GAMES GOALS ASSISTS POINTS 1. Ron Wilson 1973-77 111 78 172 250 2. Gates Orlando 1980-84 133 95 118 213 3. Rob Gaudreau 1988-92 146 103 108 211 4. Mike Boback 1988-92 131 73 128 201 5. Kurt Kleinendorst 1979-83 138 89 103 192 6. Tim Army 1981-85 151 71 108 179 7. Dan Kennedy 1972-76 105 75 93 168 8. Chad Quenneville 1991-95 143 78 89 167 9. Steve O'Neill 1977-81 117 74 90 164 10. Brad Wilson 1975-79 87 63 96 159 Gord Cruickshank 1984-88 145 99 60 159 12. Randy Wilson 1975-79 112 67 87 154 13. Fernando Pisani 1996-00 147 56 97 153 14. Devin Rask 1999-03 149 64 87 151 15. Peter Fregoe 1999-03 147 68 80 148 16. Colin Ahern 1975-79 111 61 86 147 Ed Monahan 1952-56 66 85 62 147 18. Jon DiSalvatore 1999-03 148 59 83 142 19. Bob Cowan 1989-93 142 45 95 140 20. Brady Kramer 1991-95 141 60 79 139 21. Mike Omicioli 1995-99 135 49 89 138 22. Marshall Tschida 1959-62 61 68 69 137 23. Robert Reall 1952-56 66 43 93 136 24. Rick Bennett 1986-90 128 50 84 134 25. Grant Heffernan 1962-65 75 55 78 133 26. Lyle Wildgoose 1987-91 129 61 71 132 27. Mario Aube 1987-91 138 62 69 131 28. Tom Bauer 1975-79 123 61 64 125 29. Steve Rooney 1981-85 148 56 68 124 30. Dave Dornseif 1974-78 110 19 103 122 31. Ray Mooney 1961-64 70 54 67 121 32. Joe Keough 1958-61 62 60 60 120 33. Lou Lamoriello 1960-63 64 58 60 118 34. Joe Barile 1956-59 61 28 88 116 Steve Anderson 1979-83 139 47 69 116 Nick Saracino 2012-16 145 46 70 116 37. Ross Mauermann 2011-15 156 52 60 112 38. Doug Sheppard 1996-00 142 50 61 111 39. Mark Jankowski 2012-16 148 43 67 110 40. Rich Pumple 1968-71 54 40 69 109 41. David Green 1993-97 142 44 64 108 42. Brian Ridolfi 1990-94 127 50 57 107 Russ Guzior 1993-97 117 42 65 107 44. Artie Yeomelakis 1982-86 126 39 67 106 45. Paul Guay 1981-83 75 57 48 105 Jon Rheault 2004-08 142 56 49 105 47. Gary Williamson 1970-73 69 52 52 104 48. Jeff Whisler 1976-80 124 49 54 103 49. Dave Kelly 1971-75 93 46 55 101 Steve Taylor 1980-84 137 36 65 101 51. Shawn Whitham 1984-88 140 36 64 100

Ron Wilson is PC's all-time leading scorer with 250 career points. He also is the all-time points leader among defensemen in NCAA history.

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Mike Boback

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Rob Gaudreau

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Gates Orlando


FRIAR ALL-TIME RECORDS ALL-TIME GOALTENDING LEADERS CAREER GAMES PLAYED PLAYER YEARS 1. Alex Beaudry 2008-12 2. Tyler Sims 2004-08 3. Dan Dennis 1993-97 4. Jon Gillies 2012-15 5. Mario Proulx 1980-84 6. Nolan Schaefer 1999-03 7. Boyd Ballard 1997-01 8. Bill Milner 1975-79 9. Chris Terreri 1982-86 10. Matt Merten 1986-90

GAMES PLAYED 117 116 109 108 102 99 97 95 88 85

CAREER GOALS ALLOWED PLAYER 1. Bill Milner 2. Dan Dennis 3. Mario Proulx 4. Alex Beaudry 5. Matt Merten 6. Boyd Ballard 7. Nolan Schaefer 8. Tyler Sims 8. Chris Terreri 10. Brian Reynolds

YEARS GAMES GOALS 1975-79 95 387 1993-97 109 385 1980-84 102 351 2008-12 117 343 1986-90 85 311 1997-01 97 293 1999-03 99 289 2004-08 116 280 1982-86 88 264 1969-72 63 257

CAREER SAVES PLAYER 1. Alex Beaudry 2. Jon Gillies 3. Nolan Schaefer 4. Bill Milner 5. Tyler Sims 6. Dan Dennis 7. Mario Proulx 8. Chris Terreri 9. Boyd Ballard 10. Brian Reynolds

YEARS GAMES SAVES 2008-12 117 3,158 2012-15 108 3,000 1999-03 99 2,848 1975-79 95 2,839 2004-08 116 2,793 1993-97 109 2,790 1980-84 102 2,785 1982-86 88 2,719 1997-01 81 2,518 1969-72 63 2,145

ALL-TIME GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE LEADERS (35 or more games) PLAYER YEARS GAMES 1. Nick Ellis 2013-16 48 2. Jon Gillies 2012-15 35 3. Bobby Goepfert 2002-04 41 4. Tyler Sims 2004-08 116 5. David Cacciola 2001-05 36 6. Nolan Schaefer 1999-03 99 7. Bob Bellemore 1963-65 43 8. Alex Beaudry 2008-12 117 9. Chris Terreri 1982-86 88 10. Mark Kane 1995-99 48 CAREER WINS LEADERS PLAYER 1. Mario Proulx 2. Jon Gillies 3. Bill Milner 4. Boyd Ballard 5. Nolan Schaefer 6. Tyler Sims 7. Chris Terreri 8. Brad Mullahy 9. Dan Dennis 10. Alex Beaudry

YEARS 1980-84 2012-15 1975-79 1997-01 1999-03 2004-08 1982-86 1989-93 1993-97 2008-12

AVG. 1.90 2.08 2.46 2.57 2.67 2.98 3.12 3.13 3.18 3.23

Overall Record Winning% 64-32-2 .699 60-34-13 .621 50-37-6 .570 45-42-6 .516 45-39-10 .532 44-57-10 .441 42-36-5 .536 35-24-4 .587 34-45-8 .437 33-64-20 .368

10. Tyler Sims Jon Gillies 12. Tyler Sims

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SINGLE-SEASON GOALS AGAINST LEADERS PLAYER YEAR GAMES GOALS 1. Frank Trudeau 1966-67 20 132 2. Chris Terreri 1984-85 41 131 3. Mario Proulx 1982-83 35 122 4. Dan Dennis 1995-96 37 118 5. Nolan Schaefer 2001-02 35 113 6. Bill Milner 1978-79 27 112 7. Matt Merten 1986-87 24 104 8. Bill Milner 1977-78 28 103 9. Alex Beaudry 2011-12 37 102 10. Mario Proulx 1983-84 28 101 SINGLE-SEASON SAVES LEADERS PLAYER YEAR GAMES SAVES 1. Chris Terreri 1984-85 41 1418 2. Nolan Schaefer 2001-02 35 1072 3. Dan Dennis 1995-96 37 1036 4. Jon Gillies 2014-15 39 1029 5. Mario Proulx 1982-83 35 1003 6. Jon Gillies 2012-13 35 992 7. Jon Gillies 2013-14 34 979 8. Nick Ellis 2015-16 36 970 9. Alex Beaudry 2009-10 31 906 10. Hayden Hawkey 2016-17 39 903 SINGLE-SEASON GAA LEADERS (15 or more games) PLAYER YEAR GAMES GAA 1. Nick Ellis 2015-16 36 1.80 2. Thomas Haugh 1962-63 18 1.93 3. Jon Gillies 2014-15 39 2.01 4. Jon Gillies 2012-13 35 2.08 5. Brian Reynolds 1968-69 19 2.10 6. Jon Gillies 2013-14 34 2.16 7. Hayden Hawkey 2016-17 39 2.19 8. Tyler Sims 2005-06 34 2.32 9. Bob Bellemore 1963-64 26 2.47 Nolan Schaefer 2000-01 25 2.47 11. Bobby Goepfert 2003-04 28 2.49 SINGLE-GAME SAVES LEADERS PLAYER SAVES OPPONENT (DATE) 1. Ed Hornstein 66 vs. Clarkson (Feb. 26, 1955) 2. Chris Terreri 65 vs. Boston College (March 16, 1985) 3. Chris Terreri 62 vs. RPI (March 29, 1985) 4. David Cacciola 60 vs. Boston College (December 4, 2004) 5. Tyler Sims 59 vs. New Hampshire (March 10, 2006) 6. Nick Ellis 54 vs. Minnesota Duluth (March 25, 2016) 7. Tyler Sims 51 vs. Boston University (March 11, 2005) 8. Jon Gillies 49 vs. Boston University (April 11, 2015) NCAA Championship game 9. Jon Gillies 48 vs. UMass Lowell (Jan. 17, 2013) 10. Bill Milner 47 vs. Cornell (Mar. 7, 1978) & Harvard (Jan. 14, 1976) Chris Terreri 47 vs. North Dakota (Feb. 1, 1986) Matt Merten 47 vs. Boston University (Nov. 25, 1986) Mike Heinke 47 vs. RPI (Nov. 3, 1990) Bob Bell 47 vs. Maine (March 17, 1995) Bobby Goepfert 47 vs. Northeastern (January 7, 2004) Alex Beaudry 47 vs. Massachusetts (October 31, 2009) 16. Chris Terreri 46 vs. Wisconsin (Jan. 4, 1986) Dan Dennis 46 vs. Merrimack (Feb. 10, 1996) Nolan Schaefer 46 vs. New Hampshire (Feb. 9, 2003) 19. Bobby Goepfert 45 vs. St. Lawrence (Nov. 30, 2002) Stephen Ritter 45 vs. St. Lawrence (Oct. 15, 2005) Jon Gillies 45 vs. Quinnipiac (Nov. 27, 2013) 22. Matt Merten 44 vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 27, 1987) Nolan Schaefer 44 vs. Northeastern (Nov. 9, 2001) Nolan Schaefer 44 vs. Minnesota (Dec. 29, 2001) Nolan Schaefer 44 vs. Maine (Feb. 16, 2002) Nolan Schaefer 44 vs. Boston University (March 9, 2002) Jon Gillies 44 vs. Massachusetts (Jan. 12, 2013)

SINGLE-SEASON GAMES PLAYED LEADERS PLAYER YEAR GAMES PLAYED 1. Chris Terreri 1984-85 41 2. Jon Gillies 2014-15 39 Hayden Hawkey 2016-17 39 4. Dan Dennis 1995-96 37 Alex Beaudry 2011-12 37 6. Nick Ellis 2015-16 36 7. Mario Proulx 1982-83 35 Nolan Schaefer 2001-02 35 Jon Gillies 2012-13 35 156 2017-18 PROVIDENCE COLLEGE HOCKEY

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FRIAR ALL-TIME RECORDS/YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS NAME & OPPONENT Mark Kane vs. Merrimack Boyd Ballard vs. Boston College Boyd Ballard vs. Dartmouth Boyd Ballard vs. Miami Nolan Schaefer vs. Union Nolan Schaefer vs. UMass-Amherst Nolan Schaefer vs. Merrimack Bobby Goepfert vs. Iona David Cacciola vs. Merrimack Bobby Goepfert vs. Lake Superior State Bobby Goepfert vs. Boston University Tyler Sims vs. UMass Lowell Tyler Sims vs. UMass Lowell Tyler Sims vs. Maine Tyler Sims vs. Maine Tyler Sims vs. Maine Tyler Sims vs. Vermont Tyler Sims vs. Brown Alex Beaudry vs. Merrimack Alex Beaudry vs. Alabama-Huntsville Alex Beaudry vs. UMass Lowell Alex Beaudry vs. UMass Lowell @ Jon Gillies vs. Maine Jon Gillies vs. Brown ^ Jon Gillies vs. Massachusetts Jon Gillies vs. New Hampshire Jon GIllies vs. UMass Lowell Jon Gillies vs. Minnesota State Jon Gillies vs. Merrimack Jon Gillies vs. Vermont Jon Gillies vs. Quinnipiac $ Jon Gillies vs. Vermont Nick Ellis vs. New Hampshire Jon Gillies vs. Army Jon Gillies vs. Boston College Jon Gillies vs. Vermont Nick Ellis vs. Northeastern Nick Ellis vs. Merrimack Nick Ellis vs. Maine Hayden Hawkey vs. UConn Nick Ellis vs. Merrimack @ Hayden Hawkey vs. Brown ^ Hayden Hawkey vs. New Hampshire Hayden Hawkey vs. Massachusetts @

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DATE 2/8/98 1/22/99 12/10/99 10/20/00 10/29/00 1/6/01 2/3/01 10/12/02 10/25/03 1/23/04 2/6/04 10/21/05 10/22/05 1/20/06 1/19/07 11/10/07 12/1/07 12/4/07 11/5/10 11/11/11 1/24/12 3/11/12 10/27/12 11/24/12 1/12/13 2/13/13 3/8/13 10/12/13 11/8/13 11/16/13 3/28/14 11/14/14 11/22/14 11/25/14 11/29/14 12/29/14 11/21/15 12/5/15 2/5/16 2/12/16 3/12/16 10/30/16 1/27/17 3/3/17

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FACILITIES

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SINGLE SEASON SHUTOUT LEADERS Rk. PLAYER YEAR 1. Jon Gillies 2012-13 2. Jon Gillies 2013-14 Nick Ellis 2015-16 3. Mario Proulx 1981-82 Nolan Schafer 2000-01 Tyler Sims 2005-06 Tyler Sims 2007-08 Alex Beaudry 2011-12 Hayden Hawkey 2016-17

DATE 2/11/53 2/28/57 2/24/60 3/01/61 11/29/61 12/14/61 2/13/63 3/02/63 12/11/63 12/14/65 1/03/71 2/28/73 12/24/73 12/27/75 11/20/76 11/21/76 3/03/78 2/02/80 11/06/81 12/29/81 2/06/82 11/03/82 2/12/83 3/11/83 2/24/84 3/01/85 11/14/87 3/19/89 2/10/90 11/15/91 11/24/91 1/31/92 3/06/92 11/28/92 1/02/93 1/02/94 1/14/94 3/03/95 10/26/96 11/23/96 11/8/97

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CAREER SHUTOUT LEADERS Rk. PLAYER YEARS SHUTOUTS 1. Jon Gillies 2012-15 13 2. Tyler Sims 2004-08 7 3. Mario Proulx 1980-84 5 Nick Ellis 2013-16 5 5. Dan Hornstein 1960-63 4 Bob Bell 1992-95 4 Boyd Ballard 1997-01 4 Alex Beaudry 2008-12 4 Hayden Hawkey 2015-pres. 4

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PROVIDENCE COLLEGE ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS # NAME & OPPONENT SCORE 1. Ed Hornstein vs. Holy Cross 10-0 2. Dom Girard vs. Holy Cross 13-0 3. Dan Gauthier vs. Harvard 7-0 4. Dan Hornstein vs. Brown 9-0 5. Dan Hornstein vs. Rutgers 20-0 6. Dan Hornstein vs. Merrimack 9-0 7. Tom Haugh vs. Army 1-0 8. Dan Hornstein vs. Boston University 4-0 9. Bob Bellemore vs. Merrimack 6-0 10. John Campbell vs. New Hampshire 6-0 11. Brian Reynolds vs. Army 3-0 12. Mike Zyburra vs. Boston University 3-0 13. Mike Zyburra vs. Penn 1-0 14. Bill Milner vs. Northeastern * 4-0 15. Rick Moffitt vs. Penn 7-0 16. Bill Milner vs. Princeton 4-0 17. Bill Milner vs. Boston College 4-0 18. Scott Fiske vs. St. Lawrence 6-0 19. Mario Proulx vs. Merrimack 9-0 20. Mario Proulx vs. Wisconsin 4-0 21. Mario Proulx vs. Maine 11-0 22. Chris Terreri vs. Alaska 8-0 23. Chris Terreri vs. Brown 8-0 24. Mario Proulx vs. St. Lawrence # 1-0 25. Mario Proulx vs. Boston University 3-0 26. Chris Terreri vs. Northeastern @ 3-0 27. Matt Merten vs. Minnesota 3-0 28. Mark Romaine vs. No. Michigan & 2-0 29. Mark Romaine vs. Lowell 3-0 30. Mike Heinke vs. Northeastern 6-0 31. Mike Heinke vs. Merrimack 4-0 32. Brad Mullahy vs. Merrimack 7-0 33. Brad Mullahy vs. UMass Lowell @ 7-0 34. Bob Bell vs. Cornell 7-0 35. Brad Mullahy vs. Air Force 10-0 36. Bob Bell vs. Air Force 4-0 37. Bob Bell vs. St. Lawrence 4-0 38. Bob Bell vs. UMass-Lowell 7-0 39. Dan Dennis vs. Merrimack 3-0 40. Dan Dennis vs. Northeastern 8-0 41. Boyd Ballard vs. Minnesota-Duluth 3-0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 2016-17 GOALS Erik Foley- 15 Josh Wilkins- 13 Scott Conway/Brian Pinho- 12

ASSISTS Brian Pinho- 28 Erik Foley- 19 Jake Walman/Josh Wilkins- 18

POINTS Brian Pinho- 40 Erik Foley- 34 Josh Wilkins- 31

PENALTY MINUTES Brandon Duhaime- 45 Josh Monk- 44 Scott Conway/Jake Walman- 42

2015-16 GOALS Mark Jankowski- 15 Brandon Tanev- 15 Trevor Mingoia- 14

ASSISTS Mark Jankowski- 25 Trevor Mingoia- 23 Nick Saracino- 21

POINTS Mark Jankowski- 40 Trevor Mingoia- 37 Nick Saracino- 32

PENALTY MINUTES Kyle McKenzie- 38 Conor MacPhee- 38 Anthony Florentino- 37

2014-15 GOALS Trevor Mingoia- 15 Noel Acciari- 15 Nick Saracino- 14

ASSISTS Nick Saracino- 24 Mark Jankowski- 19 Shane Luke- 19

POINTS Nick Saracino- 38 Noel Acciari- 32 Shane Luke- 32

PENALTY MINUTES Kyle McKenzie- 44 Jake Walman- 44 Josh Monk- 30

ASSISTS Nick Saracino- 18 Ross Mauermann- 17 John Gilmour- 13

POINTS Ross Mauermann- 36 Nick Saracino- 28 Mark Jankowski- 25

PENALTY MINUTES Kyle McKenzie- 47 Kevin Hart- 28 Tom Parisi- 28

2013-14 GOALS Ross Mauermann- 19 Mark Jankowski- 13 Noel Acciari- 11 2012-13 GOALS Derek Army- 13 Ross Mauermann- 12 Nick Saracino- 11 2011-12 GOALS Tim Schaller- 14 Derek Army- 11 Ross Mauermann- 10

ASSISTS Tim Schaller- 15 Shane Luke- 13 Ross Mauermann- 12 Steven Shamanski-12

POINTS Ross Mauermann- 24 Derek Army- 23 Tim Schaller- 23

PENALTY MINUTES Steven Shamanski- 61 Tim Schaller- 61 Myles Harvey- 40

ASSISTS Matt Bergland- 16 Ross Mauermann- 15 Drew Brown- 14

POINTS Ross Mauermann- 25 Matt Bergland- 23 Derek Army- 22

PENALTY MINUTES Daniel New- 47 Kevin Hart- 43 Myles Harvey- 42

2010-11 GOALS Kyle MacKinnon-14 Matt Germain-10 Ian O'Connor- 8

ASSISTS Ian O'Connor- 15 Tim Schaller- 14 Matt Germain/Ben Farrer- 11

POINTS Kyle MacKinnon/ Ian O'Connor- 23 Matt Germain- 21 Tim Schaller-22

PENALTY MINUTES Derek Army- 76 Daniel New- 48 Ben Farrer- 39

2009-10 GOALS Kyle MacKinnon/Matt Bergland- 12 Ian O'Connor- 7 Aaron Jamnick- 6

ASSISTS POINTS Mark Fayne- 17 Kyle MacKinnon- 25 Kyle MacKinnon- 13 Matt Bergland- 23 Matt Bergland/Alex Velischek- 11 Mark Fayne-22

PENALTY MINUTES Kyle MacKinnon- 47 Alex Velischek- 44 Tim Schaller- 40

2008-09 GOALS Matt Bergland- 10 John Cavanagh-10 Pierce Norton-8

ASSISTS Matt Bergland-17 Matt Taormina- 15 Pierce Norton-13

POINTS Matt Bergland-27 Pierce Norton-21 Matt Taormina-20

PENALTY MINUTES Nick Mazzolini- 47 Ian O'Connor-35 Mark Fayne/Pierce Norton-30

2007-08 GOALS Jon Rheault-17 Pierce Norton-14 Matt Taormina-9

ASSISTS Matt Taormina/Cody Wild-18 Jon Rheault-14 John Cavanagh-13

POINTS Jon Rheault-31 Matt Taormina-27 Pierce Norton-24

PENALTY MINUTES Pierce Norton-65 Nick Mazzolini-37 Cody Wild/Trevor Ludwig-28

2006-07 GOALS Colin McDonald-13 Jon Rheault-12 Cody Wild/Pierce Norton-6

ASSISTS Nick Mazzolini-16 Jon Rheault-13 John Cavanagh-10

POINTS Jon Rheault-25 Nick Mazzolini-21 Colin McDonald-17

PENALTY MINUTES Pierce Norton-46 Mark Fayne-43 Jon Rheault-38

2005-06 GOALS Jon Rheault-16 Torry Gajda-14 Tony Zancanaro-11

ASSISTS Chase Watson-27 Torry Gajda-20 Colin McDonald-19

POINTS Torry Gajda-34 Jon Rheault-30 Chase Watson-27

PENALTY MINUTES Jamie Carroll/Nate Meyers-53 Tony Zancanaro-47 Tony Zancanaro-46

2004-05 GOALS Jamie Carroll-11 Jon Rheault-11 Colin McDonald-11

ASSISTS Chris Chaput-20 Chase Watson-14 Jamie Carroll-11

POINTS Chris Chaput-30 Jamie Carroll-22 Jon Rheault-19

PENALTY MINUTES Bill McCreary-62 Nate Meyers-55 David Carpentier-52

2003-04 GOALS Peter Zingoni-13 Chris Chaput-12 Stephen Wood-11

ASSISTS Chris Chaput-22 Peter Zingoni-19 Stephen Wood-18

POINTS Chris Chaput-34 Peter Zingoni-32 Stephen Wood-29

PENALTY MINUTES Stephen Wood-66 Jonathan Goodwin-57 Peter Zingoni-54

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FRIAR YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS ASSISTS Jon DiSalvatore-29 Devin Rask-26 Peter Fregoe-21

POINTS Jon DiSalvatore-48 Peter Fregoe-44 Devin Rask-44

PENALTY MINUTES Peter Fregoe-50 Stephen Wood-48 Jason Platt-41

ASSISTS Jon DiSalvatore-26 Peter Fregoe-23 Devin Rask-19

POINTS Jon DiSalvatore-42 Peter Fregoe-38 Devin Rask-35

PENALTY MINUTES Stephen Wood-78 Drew Omicioli-66 Jason Platt-60

ASSISTS Doug Sheppard-26 Fernando Pisani-24 Jason Ialongo-20

POINTS Doug Sheppard-44 Fernando Pisani-38 Peter Fregoe-29

PENALTY MINUTES Jay Leach-101 Drew Omicioli-76 Michael Farrell-71

1998-99 GOALS Mike Omicioli-19 Troy Lake-19 Jerry Keefe-16

ASSISTS Fernando Pisani-37 Jerry Keefe-36 Mike Omicioli-31

POINTS Jerry Keefe-52 Fernando Pisani-51 Mike Omicioli-50

PENALTY MINUTES Jon Cameron-77 Drew Omicioli-54 Josh MacNevin-52

1997-98 GOALS Fernando Pisani-16 Troy Lake-12 Doug Sheppard-11

ASSISTS Mike Omicioli-27 Fernando Pisani-18 Jon Cameron-18

POINTS Mike Omicioli-37 Fernando Pisani-34 Jon Cameron-28

PENALTY MINUTES Jon Cameron-70 Mike Omicioli-59 Mike Mader-50

1996-97 GOALS Stefan Brannare-16 Travis Dillabough-13 Russ Guzior/Fernando Pisani-12

ASSISTS Russ Guzior-28 Mike Omicioli-22 Fernando Pisani-18

POINTS Russ Guzior-40 Stefan Brannare-33 Mike Omicioli-32

PENALTY MINUTES Travis Dillabough-56 Hal Gill-52 Jon Cameron-52

1995-96 GOALS Russ Guzior-20 Joe Hulbig-14 David Green-14

ASSISTS Joe Hulbig-22 David Green-21 Justin Gould-21

POINTS Russ Guzior-37 Joe Hulbig-36 David Green-35

PENALTY MINUTES Travis Dillabough-60 Joe Hulbig-56 Stefan Brannare-56

1994-95 GOALS Chad Quenneville-25 Brady Kramer-23 Stefan Brannare-18

ASSISTS Chad Quenneville-29 Brady Kramer-29 Joe Hulbig-25

POINTS Chad Quenneville-54 Brady Kramer-52 Joe Hulbig-35

PENALTY MINUTES Brady Kramer-64 Scott Balboni-57 George Breen/Chad Quenneville-51

1993-94 GOALS Chad Quenneville-22 Brady Kramer-12 David Green/Brian Ridolfi-10

ASSISTS Brady Kramer-26 Chad Quenneville-18 David Green-16

POINTS Chad Quenneville-40 Brady Kramer-38 David Green-26

PENALTY MINUTES Scott Balboni-65 Brian Ridolfi-57 Brady Kramer-50

1992-93 GOALS Brian Ridolfi-24 Chad Quenneville-18 Bob Cowan-15

ASSISTS Bob Cowan-26 Brian Ridolfi-25 Craig Darby-21

POINTS Brian Ridolfi-49 Bob Cowan-41 Chad Quenneville-38

PENALTY MINUTES Craig Darby-62 Brady Kramer-52 Chris Therien-52

POINTS Mike Boback-72 Rob Gaudreau-55 Craig Darby-41 Chris Therien-41

PENALTY MINUTES Shaun Kane-59 Todd Huyber-58 Craig Darby-47 Brady Kramer-47

POINTS Rob Gaudreau-61 Bob Cowan-43 Mike Boback-39

PENALTY MINUTES Shaun Kane-86 Lyle Wildgoose-55 Pat Madigan-50

1989-90 GOALS Rob Gaudreau-20 Lyle Wildgoose-17 Three Tied with-13

POINTS Mike Boback-42 Rob Gaudreau-38 Rick Bennett-36

PENALTY MINUTES Rick Bennett-74 Paul Saundercook-58 Shawn Kane-46

ASSISTS Mike Boback-29 Rick Bennett-24 Andy Mattice/Jeff Serowik-19

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1991-92 GOALS ASSISTS Mike Boback-24 Mike Boback-48 Rob Gaudreau-21 Rob Gaudreau-34 Craig Darby-17 Chris Therien-25 1990-91 GOALS ASSISTS Rob Gaudreau-34 Bob Cowan-34 Lyle Wildgoose-21 Rob Gaudreau-27 Mario Aube-16 Mike Boback-24

SEASON IN REVIEW

PENALTY MINUTES Jay Leach-104 Stephen Wood-68 Regan Kelly-58

FACILITIES

POINTS Devin Rask-51 Peter Fregoe-37 Matt Libby-30

COACHES & STAFF

ASSISTS Devin Rask-28 Peter Fregoe-21 Jay Leach/Regan Kelly-21

THE FRIARS

2000-01 GOALS Devin Rask-23 Peter Fregoe-16 Drew Omicioli/J.J. Picinic-12 1999-00 GOALS Doug Sheppard-18 Jon DiSalvatore-15 Fernando Pisani/Peter Fregoe-14

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2002-03 GOALS Peter Fregoe-23 Jon DiSalvatore-19 Devin Rask-18 2001-02 GOALS Jon DiSalvatore-16 Devin Rask-16 Peter Fregoe-15


FRIAR YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS GOALS Rob Gaudreau-28 Mario Aube-22 Mike Boback-21

ASSISTS Rick Bennett-32 Rob Gaudreau-29 Mike Boback-27

POINTS Rob Gaudreau-57 Mike Boback-48 Rick Bennett-46

PENALTY MINUTES Rick Bennett-74 Paul Saundercook-70 John Ferguson-66

1987-88 GOALS Gord Cruickshank-29 Tom Fitzgerald-19 Lyle Wildgoose-12 1986-87 GOALS Gord Cruickshank-27 Rick Bennett-15 Andy Mattice-13

ASSISTS Jim Hughes-22 Lyle Wildgoose-19 Shawn Whitham-17

POINTS Gord Cruickshank-45 Tom Fitzgerald-34 Lyle Wildgoose-31

PENALTY MINUTES Shawn Whitham-71 Rick Bennett-70 Jim Hughes-68

ASSISTS Gord Cruickshank-18 Andy Mattice-14 Tom Fitzgerald-14

POINTS Gord Cruickshank-45 Rick Bennett-27 Andy Mattice-27

PENALTY MINUTES Perry Florio-58 Shawn Whitham-57 Gord Cruickshank-38

1985-86 GOALS Gord Cruickshank-34 Shawn Whitham-11 Three Tied with-10

ASSISTS Rene Boudreault-24 Jim Robbins-19 Jim Hughes-19

POINTS Gord Cruickshank-50 Rene Boudreault-34 Jim Robbins-29

PENALTY MINUTES Perry Florio-90 Shawn Whitham-89 Gord Cruickshank-80

1984-85 GOALS Steve Rooney-28 Tim Army-27 Rene Boudreault/Tim Sullivan-18

ASSISTS Tim Army-47 Artie Yeomelakis-36 Shawn Whitham-23

POINTS Tim Army-74 Artie Yeomelakis-50 Steve Rooney-49

PENALTY MINUTES Peter Taglianetti-114 Nowel Catterall-88 Artie Yeoemlakis-85

1983-84 GOALS Gates Orlando-23 Tim Army-20 Artie Yeomelakis/John DeVoe-14

ASSISTS Gates Orlando-30 Tim Army-26 Peter Taglianetti-25

POINTS Gates Orlando-53 Tim Army-46 Steve Bianchi-31

PENALTY MINUTES Peter Taglianetti-68 Dan Wurst-57 Gates Orlando-52

1982-83 GOALS Paul Guay-34 Kurt Kleinendorst-33 Gates Orlando-30

ASSISTS Kurt Kleinendorst-39 Gates Orlando-39 Bruce Raboin-37

POINTS Kurt Kleinendorst-72 Gates Orlando-69 Paul Guay-65

PENALTY MINUTES Paul Guay-83 Peter Taglianetti-68 Rich Costello-60

1981-82 GOALS Kurt Kleinendorst-30 Paul Guay-23 Gates Orlando-18

ASSISTS Kurt Kleinendorst-27 Scot Kleinendorst-27 Jim Colucci-25

POINTS Kurt Kleinendorst-57 Paul Guay-40 Scot Kleinendorst-38

PENALTY MINUTES Scot Kleinendorst-85 Steve Rooney-41 Rich Costello-39

1980-81 GOALS Gates Orlando-24 Kurt Kleinendorst-16 Dan Miele-16

ASSISTS Gates Orlando-32 Scot Kleinendorst-31 Jim Colucci-23

POINTS Gates Orlando-56 Kurt Kleinendorst-36 Scot Kleinendorst-34

PENALTY MINUTES Scot Kleinendorst-75 Jim Colucci-67 Gates Orlando-45

1979-80 GOALS Steve O'Neill-20 Jeff Whisler-17 Denis Martin-15

ASSISTS Denis Martin-29 Steve O'Neill-21 Kurt Kleinendorst-17

POINTS Denis Martin-44 Steve O'Neill-41 Jeff Whisler-33

PENALTY MINUTES Jim Colucci-63 Scot Kleinendorst-38 Three Tied with-32

1978-79 GOALS Tom Bauer-22 Colin Ahern-20 Steve O'Neill-19

ASSISTS Colin Ahern-32 Randy Wilson-25 Steve O'Neill/Bruce Garber-23

POINTS Colin Ahern-52 Steve O'Neill-42 Tom Bauer-38

PENALTY MINUTES Jim Korn-72 Dan Haskins-52 Randy Wilson-51

1977-78 GOALS Steve O'Neill-23 Colin Ahern-20 Tom Bauer-19

ASSISTS Dave Dornseif-35 Colin Ahern-28 Steve O'Neill-25

POINTS Colin Ahern-48 Steve O'Neill-48 Dave Dornseif-42

PENALTY MINUTES Dave Dornseif-72 Jim Korn-47 Jeff Whisler/Steve Roberts-44

1976-77 GOALS Randy Wilson-19 Ron Wilson-17 Tom Byers-17

ASSISTS Ron Wilson-42 Brad Wilson-29 Dave Dornseif-23

POINTS Ron Wilson-59 Brad Wilson-43 Randy Wilson-41

PENALTY MINUTES Jim Korn-73 Ron Wilson-62 Brian Burke-57

1975-76 GOALS Randy Wilson-30 Brad Wilson-26 Dan Kennedy-24

ASSISTS Ron Wilson-47 Dan Kennedy-34 Brad Wilson-33

POINTS Ron Wilson-66 Brad Wilson-59 Dan Kennedy-58

PENALTY MINUTES Brad Wilson-54 Steve Wilson-48 Brian Burke/Ron Wilson-44

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FRIAR YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS ASSISTS Ron Wilson-61 Brad Wilson-34 Dan Kennedy-34

POINTS Ron Wilson-87 Brad Wilson-57 Dan Kennedy-54

PENALTY MINUTES Dave Kelly-66 Kevin Gaffney-34 Steve Roberts-30

POINTS Ron Wilson-38 Dan Kennedy-37 Ken Richardson-30

PENALTY MINUTES Dave Kelly-56 John McMorrow-39 Kevin Gaffney-38

POINTS Sean Shanahan-29 Tom Sheehan-25 Gary Williamson/Tony Bosco-24

PENALTY MINUTES Gary Williamson-44 John Marvell-38 Jim Murphy-37

1970-71 GOALS Gary Williamson-23 Rich Pumple-22 Gerald Leschyshyn-18

ASSISTS Rich Pumple-41 Tom Sheehan-27 Gary Williamson-25

POINTS Rich Pumple-63 Gary Williamson-48 Tom Sheehan-43

PENALTY MINUTES Allen Evans-60 Glen Collard-54 Rich Pumple-46

1969-70 GOALS Henry Sampson-14 Anthony Bosco-14 Gerald Leschyshyn-12

ASSISTS Mike Gaffney-19 Gerald Leschyshyn-14 Eric Dixon/Robert Badyk-14

POINTS Mike Gaffney-27 Gerald Leschyshyn-26 Henry Simpson/Anthony Bosco-24

PENALTY MINUTES Allen Evans-50 Eric Dixon-37 Mike Gaffney-32

1968-69 GOALS Rich Pumple-14 Chris Byrne-9 Henry Sampson-9

ASSISTS Rich Pumple-17 John Tibbetts-13 Chris Byrne-10

POINTS Rich Pumple-31 Chris Byrne-19 John Tibbetts-19

PENALTY MINUTES Brian Smiley-34 Rich Pumple-32 Henry Sampson-14

1967-68 GOALS Gerald Zifchak-12 James Umile-9 Henry Sampson/Frederick Costello-8

ASSISTS Henry Sampson-14 James Umile-13 Chris Byrne-12

POINTS Henry Sampson-22 James Umile-22 Gerald Zifchak-19

PENALTY MINUTES Brian Smiley-54 Henry Sampson-22 Frederick Costello-14

1966-67 GOALS Daniel Griffin-8 James Umile-6 John Gately/Nick Lamoriello-5

ASSISTS John Doherty-8 Daniel Griffin-7 Chris Byrne-7

POINTS Daniel Griffin-17 James Umile-12 John Doherty-12

PENALTY MINUTES John Doherty-24 Gerald Menard-24 James Umile-22

ASSISTS POINTS Gerald Zifcak-16 Gerald Zifcak-30 John Doherty-16 James Umile-28 James Umile-14 John Doherty-23 ASSISTS POINTS Grant Heffernan-30 Grant Heffernan-58 Daniel Sheehan-25 Daniel Sheehan-43 John Keough-22 John Keough-32 ASSISTS POINTS Grant Heffernan-30 Grant Heffernan-48 Ray Mooney-24 Ray Mooney-44 Larry Kish-23 Daniel Sheehan-31

1962-63 GOALS Lou Lamoriello-21 Ray Mooney-17 John Keough/Daniel Sheehan-12

ASSISTS POINTS Lou Lamoriello-25 Lou Lamoriello-46 Ray Mooney-25 Ray Mooney-42 John Keough-22 John Keough-34

1961-62 GOALS Lou Lamoriello-26 Marshall Tschida-19 Ray Mooney-17

ASSISTS POINTS Marshall Tschida-30 Lou Lamoriello-52 Lou Lamoriello-26 Marshall Tschida-49 John McGeough-19 Ray Mooney-35

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1963-64 GOALS Ray Mooney-20 Grant Heffernan-18 Richard Heximer-15

SEASON IN REVIEW

1965-66 GOALS Gerald Zifcak-14 James Umile-14 John Doherty/Nick Lamoriello-7 1964-65 GOALS Grant Heffernan-28 Daniel Sheehan-18 John Doherty-12

FACILITIES

PENALTY MINUTES Dave Kelly-54 Jim Murphy-49 Gary Williamson-36

COACHES & STAFF

POINTS Sean Shanahan-36 Gary Williamson-32 John Martin-32

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1973-74 GOALS ASSISTS Dan Kennedy-19 Ron Wilson-22 Ken Richardson-17 Mike Marvell-19 Ron Wilson-16 Dan Kennedy-18 1972-73 GOALS ASSISTS Gary Williamson-17 Sean Shanahan-23 Sean Shanahan-13 John Martin-20 John Martin/Dan Kennedy-12 Gary Williamson-20 1971-72 GOALS ASSISTS Sean Shanahan-13 John Marvell-19 Gary Williamson-12 Three tied with 15 Tom Sheehan/Gerald Leschyshyn-10

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1974-75 GOALS Ken Richardson-29 Ron Wilson-26 Brad Wilson-23

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FRIAR YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS 1960-61 GOALS Marshall Tschida-27 Joseph Keough-15 James Wandmacher-11 Lou Lamoriello-11

ASSISTS POINTS Marshall Tschida-25 Marshall Tschida-52 Joseph Keough-25 Joseph Keough-40 James Gegear-20 James Gegear-29

1959-60 GOALS Joseph Keough-22 Marshall Tschida-22 Peter Bergen-17

ASSISTS POINTS James Gegear-23 Joseph Keough-43 Joseph Keough-21 Marshall Tschida-36 Marshall Tschida-14 James Gegear-35

1958-59 GOALS Joseph Keough-23 Peter Bergen-16 Robert Labbe-11

ASSISTS POINTS Joe Barile-33 Joe Barile-37 Peter Bergen-14 Joseph Keough-35 Joseph Keough-12 Peter Bergen-30 Raymond Labbe-12

1957-58 GOALS Joe Barile-13 Robert Labbe-12 Lou LaFontaine-12

ASSISTS POINTS Joe Barile-18 Joe Barile-31 Robert Labbe-13 Robert Labbe-25 Al McMahon-13 Al McMahon-22

1956-57 GOALS Lou LaFontaine-28 Bernie McCrink-12 Joe Barile-11

ASSISTS POINTS Joe Barile-37 Joe Barile-48 Lou LaFontaine-15 Lou LaFontaine-43 Paul Sainato-13 Bernie McCrink-21

1955-56 GOALS Ed Monahan-26 Rod Gorman-15 Robert Reall-10

ASSISTS POINTS Rod Gorman-26 Ed Monahan-44 Robert Reall-26 Rod Gorman-41 Ed Monahan-18 Robert Reall-36

1954-55 GOALS Ed Monahan-23 Rod Gorman-11 Mike McDonough-11 Tom Army-11

ASSISTS POINTS Robert Reall-29 Ed Monahan-39 Ed Monahan-16 Robert Reall-35 Rod Gorman-13 Rod Gorman-24

1953-54 GOALS Ed Monahan-23 Ed Monahan-11 Robert Reall/John Sweeney-9

ASSISTS POINTS Robert Reall-29 Ed Monahan-34 John Sweeney-18 Robert Reall-28 Rod Gorman-11 John Sweeney-27

1952-53 GOALS Robert Reall-18 Ed Monahan-13 John Sweeney-9

ASSISTS POINTS John Sweeney-20 Ed Monahan-30 Ed Monahan-17 John Sweeney-29 Robert Reall-9 Robert Reall-27

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Joe Barile

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In 1981, the Friars posted a 17-15-1 record and captured the team's second ECAC title.

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