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QUICK FACTS GENERAL

COACHING AND SUPPORT STAFF

Name of School:......................................Adrian College City, State, Zip:................................... Adrian, MI 49221 Founded:................................................................. 1859 Enrollment:............................................................. 1,700 Nickname:.........................................................Bulldogs School Colors:............................................ Black & Gold Arena:....................................Arrington Ice Arena (2007) Capacity:.......................550 seats (1,000 standing room) Affiliation:............................................ NCAA Division III Conference:.....Northern Collegiate Hockey Association President:...................................... Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Vice President for Enrollment:..................... Frank Hribar Director of Athletics:.................................. Michael Duffy Head Athletic Trainer:..................................Jamie Fetter Arrington Ice Arena Director:............ Jeremy Symington Arrington Ice Arena Phone:..... (517) 265-5161 ext. 5017 Arrington Ice Arena Admin. Assistant:...... Betsy Merillat Office Phone:........................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 5011

Head Coach:........................................... Ron Fogarty Alma Mater, Year:................Colgate University, 1995 Adrian Record/Years:..................... 145-20-6 (6 Years) Overall Record/Years:.................... 145-20-6 (6 Years) Office Phone:......................................(517) 264-3838 E-Mail Address:......................... rfogarty@adrian.edu Best Time to Reach Fogarty:.................... Afternoons

TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Overall Record:......................................23-2-3 2012-13 Conference Record/Finish:.............. 17-0-3/1st Final USCHO National Ranking:............................. Sixth Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.................................18/7 Key Players Returning: Josh Cousineau (28 GP, 12 G, 26 A, +26, 7 PPG) Josh Ranalli (27 GP, 18 G, 17 A, +22, 8 PPG) Shelby Gray (26 GP, 12 G, 14 A, +17, 6 PPG) James Hamby (18 GP, 2.41 GAA, .914 SV, 12-0-1) Scott Shackell (18 GP, 1.97 GAA, .933 SV, 11-2-2) Key Players Lost: Zach Graham (28 GP, 14 G, 25 A, +26, 4 PPG) Shaquille Merasty (28 GP, 22 G, 16 A, +26, 7 PPG) Andrew Dovey (28 GP, 11 G, 10 A, +20, 3 PPG)

HISTORY First Year of Hockey:.......................................2007-2008 All-time Record:.......................................145-20-6 (.865) NCAA Postseason Appearances:.................................. 3 Best Finish:..................................... Runner-up (2010-11) Conference Championships:......................................... 6 Conference Tournament Titles:..................................... 5 All-Americans:............................................................... 8

Assistant Coach:................................Stavros Paskaris Alma Mater, Year:.........................Wayne State, 2008 E-Mail Address:....................... spaskaris@adrian.edu Office Phone:......................(517) 265-5161 ext. 5016 Goaltender Coach:....................... Jeremy Symington Alma Mater, Year:........................St. Lawrence (2001) E-Mail Address:.................... jsymington@adrian.edu Office Phone:......................(517) 265-5161 ext. 5017 Volunteer Assistant:................................ Chris Clarke Hockey Athletic Trainer:......................... Jim Nicknair Alma Mater, Year:.................. Southern Maine (2011) E-Mail Address:.........................jnicknair@adrian.edu Office Phone:......................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4014

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts............................................................. 3 Adrian College.................................................... 4-6 Arrington Ice Arena................................................ 7 Head Coach Ron Fogarty....................................... 8 Assistant Coaches................................................... 9 2013-14 Roster..................................................... 10 Player Bios....................................................... 11-22 2012-13 Stats/Results........................................... 23 Career Records..................................................... 24 Season Records.................................................... 25 NCAA Records..................................................... 26 MCHA Year in Review........................................... 27 NCHA Conference................................................ 28 Year-by-Year Results......................................... 29-30 2013-14 Schedule................................... Back Cover

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director:................. Ryan Thompson Alma Mater:........................... Grand Valley State (1999) E-Mail Address:........................ rthompson@adrian.edu Office Phone:..........................................(517) 264-3280 Cell Phone:.............................................(517) 438-0995 Fax Number:...........................................(517) 264-3802 Press Box Phone:....................................(517) 438-0995 Athletics Website:.................. www.adrianbulldogs.com Facebook Page:..... www.facebook.com/adrianbulldogs Twitter Page:....................... twitter.com/AdrianBulldogs YouTube Page:........www.youtube.com/TheACBulldogs Mailing Address:.................. 110 South Madison Street, Merillat Center Room 223, Adrian, MI 49221 Assistant SID:............................................Ryan Hornack E-Mail Address:............................ rhornack@adrian.edu Office Phone:.......................... (517) 265-5161 ext. 5471

CREDITS The 2013-14 Adrian College Men’s Hockey Guide was designed, written and produced by Ryan Thompson, Sports Information Director with editorial assistance from the Adrian College Public Relations Office. Photography by Dave Pearcy, Mike Dickie and ZR Photo. Special Thanks to Ryan Hornack for editorial assistance. Cover Designs by Ryan Thompson. Printing done by Precision Business Solutions in Perrysburg, Ohio. Information included in this publication is current through Nov. 1, 2013.

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ARRINGTON ICE ARENA

Arrington Ice Arena was officially dedicated and opened for business on October 19, 2007 as the men’s NCAA hockey team squared off in their inaugural game against Potsdam State. The Bulldogs christened the new facility with a resounding 9-1 win in front of a packed crowd, who were also in attendance to see Lord Stanley’s Cup on loan from the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. The facility is home to Adrian College’s men’s and women’s NCAA Division III hockey teams as well as the ACHA Division I and III men’s hockey teams, ACHA women’s hockey team and the synchronized skating teams. The arena is named after Dr. Robyn J. Arrington, Jr. and his brother, fellow Adrian alumnus Harold M. Arrington. The brothers donated $3 million on behalf of their family. The $5.5 million project is also a place where local residents can use the facility for recreational activities. The operating schedule includes open skates for the community, learn-to-skate programs for children and adults and hockey programs for people of various ages and abilities. The arena consists of a single sheet of ice, 550 chair-back seats, a media press box, a president’s seating area, concession stand, pro shop with skate rental, offices for ice sports coaches and personnel and locker rooms. For more information about Arrington Ice Arena, visit the website at (www.arringtonicearena.com). Arrington Ice Arena has already been praised as one of the best hockey venues in Division III. The arena has hosted such events as a Detroit Red Wing Alumni Game and the last five MCHA Harris Cups. In addition, Arrington Ice Arena has played host to the 2010 and 2011 ACHA Division I All-Star Game and will host the U.S. Intercollegiate Figure Skating Championships in 2014.

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HEAD COACH Ron Fogarty

7th Season Colgate Univ. (1995) 517-264-3838 rfogarty@adrian.edu 6-Time Conf. Champs 5-Time Conf. Tourney Cups 3-Time NCAA Appearances Ron Fogarty begins his seventh season behind the bench as the architect of the successful men’s hockey program at Adrian College. Entering the 2013-14 season, Adrian has posted a record of 145-20-6 under Fogarty which makes him the active winningest coach in NCAA Division III. The 2012-13 season saw Adrian lift another MCHA regular season and Harris Cup banner with an overall record of 23-2-3 and a 170-3 mark in the conference. The Bulldogs finished the season ranked sixth in NCAA Division III and won national team awards for win percentage, goals per game and power play percentage. Fogarty received the MCHA Coach of the Year award for the third time in his career. In 2011-12, the Bulldogs captured their fifth straight Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association (MCHA) regular season title in their fifth year of existence as a program. The team finished 20-6-1 marking every season that the Bulldogs have reached the 20-win plateau. They were 17-2-1 in the MCHA and defeated MSOE by two points in the standings. The Bulldogs are now 94-4-2 in the MCHA since joining the league in regular season play with four Harris Cup titles. Adrian had the sixthhighest scoring offense in NCAA Division III averaging 4.37 goals per game. They also had the 10th-best power play nationally scoring on 25.8 percent of their chances. Fogarty was also named MCHA Coach of the Year for the second time in five seasons. He helped guide Chris Stansik and Zach Graham to West Region All-American honors. In 2010-11, the Bulldogs compiled an overall record of 25-4-1 and advanced to the NCAA National Championship game. The national runner-up team finish was the best in the history of Adrian College. Fogarty also guided the team to its fourth straight MCHA regular season and Harris Cup titles and second straight NCAA Tournament appearance. The team finished second in the final USCHO Division III Poll which was the highest ranking in school and MCHA history. The Bulldogs defeated Elmira and Oswego State en route to the national title contest. Adrian fell just short 4-3 to St. Norbert College at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Bulldogs once again led the nation in scoring offense (4.97 gpg) for the fourth consecutive year and led Division III in scoring margin (2.73 gpg). In 2009-10, the Bulldogs posted a record of 24-4 (20-0 MCHA) and won their third straight Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association (MCHA) regular season and Harris Cup

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Fogarty at Adrian College Season Record/MCHA Pct. 2007-08 (26-3-0, 19-1-0) .897 2008-09 (27-1-1, 20-0-0) .948 2009-10 (24-4-0, 20-0-0) .857 2010-11 (25-4-1, 18-1-1) .850 2011-12 (20-6-1, 17-2-1) .759 2012-13 (23-2-3, 17-0-3) .875 Totals 145-20-6, 111-4-5 .865/.946

titles. The automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament by winning the Harris Cup allowed Adrian to play their first tournament game at St. Norbert (Wis.). The Bulldogs fell 4-3 to the Green Knights nearly rallying from a 4-1 deficit. The team has compiled a 77-8-1 record under his watch, which is the best threeyear beginning in NCAA Division III history. Last season marked the third straight year that Adrian led NCAA Division III in scoring (6.71 gpg). In addition, they led Division III in scoring margin (4.25) and penalty killing (90.5 percent) and ranked second on the power play (29.9 percent). The team finished the season ranked 10th in the USCHO.com national poll. Adrian posted a 27-1-1 record in 2008-09 while going a perfect 20-0 in the MCHA, which had never been done before in league history. The team once again was the top scoring team in Division III averaging 6.52 goals per game. In addition, the team ranked second in scoring defense allowing 1.69 goals per game. The Bulldogs led the nation in penalty minutes per game (26.6) and also had the best power play (35.9 percent). AC had the fourth-best penalty kill (88.3 percent) and had the most wins in Division III. At the conclusion of the season, Adrian was ranked seventh in the USCHO.com national poll. The Bulldogs had unprecedented success in 2007-08 as they set an NCAA single-season record for wins by a first-year program (263). Adrian College captured the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association (MCHA) regular season and tournament titles in convincing fashion. The Bulldogs concluded the regular season with a 19-1 conference record which was nine points better than second place Marian. In the conference tournament, held in Milwaukee, the Bulldogs needed overtime in the championship game against a pesky Finlandia squad but survived for the 1-0 win. Along the way, the Bulldogs were ranked as high as eighth in the national polls and set numerous statistical records. Adrian set 17 conference records in 2007-08 and ranked first in Division III in scoring offense (7.59 goals per game), scoring margin (5.34 goals per game), and power play percentage (.357). Prior to Adrian College, Fogarty served as assistant coach at Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in the Division I CCHA Conference and served as the top assistant coach at Clarkson University (New York). Fogarty and his wife, Monica, reside in Adrian and have three children, Jordan, Rachel and Emma.

ASSISTANT COACHES Stavros Paskaris 5th Season Assistant Coach spaskaris@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 x. 5016 Wayne State (2008)

Stavros Paskaris begins his fifth year as assistant coach for the men’s hockey team at Adrian College. Paskaris came to Adrian after a one-year stint as the assistant coach at Ohio University for their ACHA Division I program. The Bobcats were CSCHL playoff champions and ranked eighth nationally by the ACHA. His responsibilities included coaching defensemen, coaching the penalty killing unit, recruiting coordinator and video analysis. The Bulldogs led Division III in penalty kill percentage in 2009-10. Paskaris has also been busy coaching in a couple of different venues. He is a certified USA Hockey Level 3 coach and has been a guest speaker at several youth clinics. Paskaris recently completed his playing career for the Wayne State University Warriors in Detroit, Michigan. WSU was home for Stavros from 2004-08 and he was named First Team All-CHA in 2008. In addition, he was a fourtime All-Academic selection by the CHA and was named to the 2005 All-Rookie Team and was CHA Rookie of the Year. After his collegiate days, Paskaris played in 2008 for the Dayton Bombers of the ECHL. Paskaris earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration at Wayne State in 2008. He also completed his master of recreation and sport science degree in coaching education from Ohio University in 2009.

Jeremy Symington 3rd Season Goaltending Coach jsymington@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 x. 5017 St. Lawrence (2001)

Jeremy Symington begins his third campaign coaching the goaltenders at Adrian College. Symington also is the Arrington Ice Arena manager. He helped Adrian’s young goalies during the 2011-12 season. The Bulldogs had two freshmen on the depth chart and they both played very well. Scott Shackell was named AllMCHA and ranked second in the league with a 2.12 goals against average in league play.

James Hamby owned the third-best goals against average yielding just 2.31 goals per outing. Symington joined the staff as goaltender coach after a long minor league career. He spent nine years playing for 10 different organizations. Symington played collegiately at St. Lawrence University from 1997-01 and as a senior posted a record of 16-8 with a 2.93 goals against average. He played in 51 games for the Elmira Jackals of the UHL from 2001-03. Symington also played for the Lubbock Cotton Kings of the CHL in 2003-04 posting a 3.02 goals against average. He also has seen time with the Laredo Bucks (2004-05), Port Huron Flags (2005-06), Rio Grande Valley Killer (2006-07), Kalamazoo Wings (2007-08) and the Odessa Jackalopes (2008-09). He was selected by the New York Islanders in the eighth round (#196 overall) in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft.

Chris Clarke 7th Season Volunteer Coach Western Mich. (2001)

Chris Clarke returns to the Bulldogs for his seventh year as one of the team’s assistant coaches. Clarke helps with practices and during games communicates from the press box with the coaching staff on the bench. Born in Arnprior, Ontario, Clarke was a 10th round draft choice of the Washington Capitals, the 204th selection in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft. Beginning in the fall of 1987 to the spring of 1991, Clarke was a member of the CCHA’s Western Michigan Broncos. An offensive defenseman, Clarke skated in 170 games as a Bronco while recording an impressive 16 goals and 97 assists for 113 points while serving 238 penalty minutes. Upon graduating with a business finance degree, Clarke spent the next nine seasons playing pro hockey in North America and Germany. He spent time in the AHL, ECHL and the German 1st and 2nd Divisions. Clarke resides in Tecumseh with his wife, Jennifer, and their three sons, Cameron, Carter and David. Clarke is assistant vice president for business banking at United Bank and Trust.

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2013-14 ROSTERS ## 2 5 6 9 11 13 18 26 27 28 29 35 37 41 52 54 55 66 67 71 74 77 79 88 96

Name Yr. Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown (Last Club) Ryan Lowe JR F 5-8 165 Arnprior, Ont. (Carleton Place Canadians) Chris Leone SO D 5-11 190 Dearborn Heights, Mich. (Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings) Micki Mihailovich JR D 6-0 175 Westland, Mich. (UMass-Lowell) David Haaf FR D 6-0 185 Medicine Hat, Alb. (Waywayseecappo Wolverines) Adam Davies SO D 6-1 185 Bradford, Ont. (Newmarket Hurricanes) Austin Hervey FR F 6-1 209 Brighton, Mich. (Indiana Ice) Dylan Towns JR D 6-4 200 Surrey, B.C. (Adrian College ACHA) Pat George SO F 6-4 202 Massena, N.Y. (Kingston Voyageurs) Michael Hoy FR D 6-1 192 South Lyon, Mich. (Texas Tornado) Zach Wilson (C) SR F 5-9 175 Pakenham, Ont. (Kemptville 73’s) Brett Pinkerton FR F 6-2 184 Pilot Mound, Man. (Waywayseecappo Wolverines) James Hamby JR G 5-11 177 Ann Arbor, Mich. (Motor City Metal Jackets) Duston Hebebrand JR F 5-9 170 Waterloo, Ont. (Georgetown Raiders) Scott Shackell JR G 6-3 190 Kanata, Ont. (Kanata Stallions) Jake Flegel FR D 6-4 216 Whitby, Ont. (Chatham Maroons) Grant Telfer JR D 6-0 195 Saline, Mich. (Nepean Raiders) Rob Heath JR D 5-10 180 Richland, Mich. (New Mexico Scorpions) Brent Sauve FR F 6-0 195 Sarnia, Ont. (Sarnia Legionnaires) Jeremy Olinyk FR F 6-0 187 Winnipeg, Man. (Winnipeg Blues) Josh Cousineau (A) SR F 5-9 160 Penetang, Ont. (Couchiching Terriers) Josh Ranalli JR F 5-11 182 Stoney Creek, Ont. (Oakville Blades) Shelby Gray JR F 5-10 187 Inermay, Sask. (Swan Valley Stampeders) Ryan Gieseler (A) JR D 5-11 191 Penetang, Ont. (Trenton Golden Hawks) Kevin Balas JR F 5-11 185 Warkworth, Ont. (Newmarket Hurricanes) Justin Basso JR F 6-0 185 Mississauga, Ont. (Georgetown Raiders)

Coaching and Support Staff Ron Fogarty - Head Coach (7th Season, Colgate, ‘95) Stavros Paskaris - Assistant Coach (5th Season, Wayne State, ‘08) Jeremy Symington - Goaltender Coach (3rd Season, St. Lawrence, ‘01) Chris Clarke - Volunteer Assistant Coach (7th Season, Western Michigan, ‘01) Jim Nicknair - Athletic Trainer (Southern Maine, ‘11) Ryan Thompson - Sports Information (Grand Valley State, ‘99) Bulldogs By Class Seniors (2): Wilson, Cousineau Juniors (13): Lowe, Mihailovich, Towns, Hamby, Hebebrand, Shackell, Telfer, Heath, Ranalli, Gray, Gieseler, Balas, Basso Sophomores (3): Leone, Davies, George Freshmen (7): Haaf, Hervey, Hoy, Pinkerton, Flegel, Sauve, Olinyk Alphabetical Roster # Name 88 Kevin Balas 96 Justin Basso 71 Josh Cousineau 11 Adam Davies 52 Jake Flegel 26 Pat George 79 Ryan Gieseler 77 Shelby Gray 9 David Haaf 35 James Hamby 55 Rob Heath 37 Duston Hebebrand 13 Austin Hervey 27 Michael Hoy 5 Chris Leone 2 Ryan Lowe 6 Micki Mihailovich 67 Jeremy Olinyk 29 Brett Pinkerton 74 Josh Ranalli

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# Name Pos. 66 Brent Sauve F 41 Scott Shackell G 54 Grant Telfer D 18 Dylan Towns D 28 Zach Wilson F Pronunciation Guide Kevin Balas - (Bal-us) Justin Basso - (Bass-oh) Josh Cousineau - (Coo-sin-oh) Jake Flegel - (Flee-gul) Ryan Gieseler - (Guy-suh-ler) David Haaf - (haw-f) Duston Hebebrand - (He-buh-brand) Chris Leone - (Lee-own-e) Micki Mihailovich - (Me-hail-o-vich) Jeremy Olinyk - (Oh-lynn-ik) Brent Sauve - (Sew-vay) Josh Ranalli - (Ra-nahl-ee)

PLAYER BIOS Ryan Lowe Forward Junior - 5-8, 165 Arnprior, Ont. Carleton Place Canadians

Chris Leone Defense Sophomore - 5-11, 190 Dearborn Heights, Mich. Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings

2 2012-13 (So.): Played in 27 games...finished with five goals and 10 assists...recorded 41 shots on goal with a .122 shot percentage... went plus-12 for the season...committed four minor penalties for eight minutes...scored a goal in first two games at Northland on Nov. 2 and Nov. 3...had a season-high three points with a goal and two helpers at Lake Forest on Nov. 16...had a pair of assists in MCHA Harris Cup Final against MSOE on Mar. 2. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 18 games…finished tied-fifth in MCHA short-handed points (2)... scored two goals and added six assists in his first season at AC...took 25 shots on goal with a .080 shot percentage...finished with a plus-5 plus-minus rating...served six penalty minutes...had a power play goal against MSOE on January 27...had a pair of assists and a plus3 rating against Northland on November 4 in his first game...also had two assists and a plus3 rating against Lake Forest on November 18. Prior to AC: Spent the last two seasons in 2009-10 and 2010-11 with the Carleton Place Canadians of the CJHL...racked up 59 games played in 2009-10 and collected 10 goals and 38 assists...served 30 penalty minutes and had 12 power play points with two goals and 10 assists...played in 60 games in 2010-11 and registered 24 goals and 53 assists...served 46 penalty minutes and had 29 power play points with nine goals and 20 assists...had five gamewinning goals...played in six playoff games in 2010-11 and recorded a goal and nine assists... named an CJHL All-Star during his two seasons with the Canadians. Personal: Majoring in sports management... born in Arnprior, Ontario on September 8, 1991...son of Tom and Diane Lowe...favorite sports team is the Philadelphia Flyers..favorite athlete is Claude Giroux...favorite TV show is Sons of Anarchy...favorite movies are Man on Fire and Remember the Titans...played on the golf team at Adrian College this fall.

5 2012-13 (Fr.): Played in 23 games during rookie campaign...finished the season with six goals and six assists...recorded 26 shots on goal with a .231 shot percentage...posted a plus-27 rating...committed seven minor penalties for 14 minutes...scored one power play goal and two empty-netters...scored the game-winning goal against SUNY Geneseo on Jan. 8...tied for 21st in the MCHA in defenseman scoring with six points...tied for 22nd in the MCHA in freshman scoring...had a season-high two assists against Lake Forest on Feb. 2...scored a goal and had plus-4 against Northland in MCHA Semifinals on Mar. 1...had a season-high six shots on net against Finlandia on Feb. 16. Prior to AC: Played the previous three seasons in the NAHL with two teams collecting 65 points (21-44) and 125 penalty minutes in 161 games…spent the 2011-12 season with the Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings (NAHL) and scored career junior highs in assists (24), points (28) and games (59)…spent 2010-11 season with the Wichita Falls Wildcats (NAHL) and scored a career junior high in goals (11) while collecting 24 points in 54 games…spent 2009-10 with the Wichita Falls Wildcats with 13 points (6-7) and 43 penalty minutes in 48 games…played two seasons (2007-09) of midget hockey with the Belle Tire U18 collecting 26 points (4-22) and 62 penalty minutes in 72 combined games. Personal: Majoring in business management with a minor in education…born in Detroit, Michigan on November 7, 1991…son of Tony and Sherry Leone…graduated from Crestwood High School in 2009…favorite sports team is the Tampa Bay Lightning…favorite athlete is Nicklas Lidstrom…favorite movie is Blow… favorite musician is Luke Bryan…favorite food is Italian…favorite hobby is working out.

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PLAYER BIOS Micki Mihailovich Defense Junior - 6-0, 175 Westland, Mich. U Mass-Lowell

David Haaf Defense Freshman - 6-0, 185 Medicine Hat, Alb. Waywayseecappo Wolverines

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2012-13 (So.): Played in 19 games...ended the season with two assists...attempted nine shots on goal...posted a plus-9 rating...committed 17 penalties for 67 minutes...had one assist and a plus-4 at Northland on Nov. 3...had a seasonhigh 32 penalty minutes against Finlandia on Feb. 15...had one assist and a plus-2 at Lake Forest on Nov. 17.

Prior to AC: Spent the 2012-13 season playing for the Waywayseecappo Wolverines in the MJHL...saw action in 57 games and totaled 16 goals and 29 assists...served 43 penalty minutes...played for two full seasons with Kindersley Klippers of the SJHL...appeared in 94 games during that time with eight goals and 16 assists.

Prior to AC: Appeared in one game with UMass-Lowell (NCAA Div. I) in 2011-12… spent 2010-11 season with the Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL) appearing in 54 games with one goal, 13 assists and 264 penalty minutes…Split 2009-10 season between the Kenai River Brown Bears and the Alaska Avalanche of the NAHL while accumulating five goals and 11 assists for 16 points between the two clubs…spent the 2008-09 season with the Yellowstone Quake (NORPAC) while producing career amateur highs in goals (11), assists (40) and points (51) in 42 games…played midget hockey for Detroit Compuware during the 2007-08 season scoring six points in 24 games.

Personal: Majoring in chemistry…born in Medicine Hat, Alberta on September 27, 1992…son of Darcy and Michelle Haaf… career goal is to become a chemical engineer... attended McCoy High School in Medicine Hat graduating in 2010...won Bantam AAA hockey championship...winner of two-time defenseman of the month in the MJHL... graduated with high honors...involved in baseball and boxing in spare time...named defenseman of the year with Klippers...favorite sports teams are the Philadelphia Flyers and Toronto Blue Jays...favorite athletes are Erik Karlsson and Tiger Woods...favorite TV shows are Entourage, Friday Night Lights and Suits... favorite movies are Superbad, Oceans Eleven and 27 Dresses...favorite musicians are Luke Bryan and Carrie Underwood.

Personal: Majoring in business with a minor in finance…born in Detroit, Michigan on April 18, 1990…son of Riste (Chris) and Sonja Mihailovich…graduated from John Glenn High School in 2008…national champions (200607)…Defenseman of the Year (2008-09)… attend UMass-Lowell (2011-12)…uncle (Andy) played professional soccer…favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers and LA Lakers…favorite athletes are Tiger Woods, Novak Djokovic and Nick Lidstrom… favorite movie is Goodfellas…favorite groups/ musicians are Drake, Led Zeppelin and Lil’ Wayne…favorite book is The Da Vinci Code.

Adam Davies Defense Sophomore - 6-1, 185 Bradford, Ont. Newmarket Hurricanes

11 2012-13 (Fr.): Played in 19 games during first season with the Bulldogs...registered two assists...took 20 shots on net...finished with a minus-2 rating...had four penalties for 16 minutes...had one assist in opener with 10 penalty minutes at Northland on Nov. 2... recorded other assist against Finlandia on Feb. 15. Prior to AC: Spent the previous three seasons (2009-12) with the Newmarket Hurricanes of the OJHL and CCHL compiling 12 goals, 58 assists and 70 total points in 146 career

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PLAYER BIOS games with Newmarket.…had career highs in goals (7), assists (25) and points (32) while appearing in 48 games during his final season with Newmarket (OJHL) in 2011-12…scored 27 points (3-24) in 49 games during the 201011 season with Newmarket (OJHL)…scored 11 points (2-9) in 49 games during the 200910 season with Newmarket (CCHL)…had one assist in 2008-09 with the Aurora Tigers (OJHL). Personal: Majoring in biology with a minor in psychology…born in Newmarket, Ontario on May 5, 1991…son of Steve and Debbie Davies…graduated from Bradford District High School in 2009…CCHL hockey championship (2010)…Newmarket Hurricanes Defenseman of the Year (2012)…favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs…favorite athlete is Doug Gilmore…favorite movie is Remember the Titans…favorite musician is Zac Brown Band… favorite TV show is Breaking Bad...favorite book is American Sniper...enjoys wake boarding and fishing in his spare time.

Austin Hervey Forward Freshman - 6-1, 209 Brighton, Mich. Indiana Ice

13 Prior to AC: Spent the 2012-13 season with the Indiana Ice of the USHL...played in 52 contests with six goals and eight assists... served 33 penalty minutes...played during the 2011-12 season with the Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings of the NAHL...saw action in 31 games and had six goals and eight assists...served 58 penalty minutes...played for the U.S. Under-17 National Team during 2009-10 season. Personal: Majoring in accounting…born in Brighton, Michigan on December 31, 1992… son of Doug and DeAnn Hervey…father played hockey at UM-Dearborn from 198084...prepped at Detroit Catholic Central High School graduating in 2011...won back-to-back state championships in 2009 and 2010...named Second Team All-State in 2010...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Steve Yzerman and Jaromir Jagr... favorite TV show is Duck Dynasty...favorite movie is Miracle...favorite book is Mind Gym... favorite musician is Florida Georgia Line... enjoys golfing in his spare time.

Dylan Towns Defense Junior - 6-4, 200 Surrey, B.C. Adrian College ACHA

18 2012-13 (So.): Named MCHA All-Academic... played in one game at Lawrence on Jan. 12... served one minor penalty for two minutes. Prior to AC: Spent 2011-12 season with Adrian College’s ACHA Division I team with one goal and seven assists in 35 games…spent 201011 season with the Whitecourt Wolverines of the NWJHL with career amateur highs in goals (6), assists (17) and points (23) in 33 games… spent 2009-10 with three separate teams while collecting eight total points combined between the Neepawa Natives (MJHL), Estevan Bruins (SJHL) and Port Moody Black Panthers (PIJHL) in 35 combined games…spent 2008-09 with four teams (two junior, midget, high school) scoring a combined 21 points (5-16) in the PIJHL between the Mission Icebreakers and the Delta Ice Hawk…spent 2007-08 with four teams (three junior, high school) collecting 10 points (3-7) between the Ridge Meadows Flames, North Delta Devils and the Mission Icebreakers of the PIJHL…spent 2006-07 with the Ridge Meadows Flames scoring three points (1-2) in 37 games…played four years (2005-08) of high school hockey for the Fraser Heights Firehawks. Personal: Majoring in business management with a minor in philosophy…born in Calgary, Alberta…on August 19, 1990…son of Terry and Gwenyth Towns…brother, Mike, was a former captain of the AC hockey team... graduated with honors from Fraser Heights Secondary School in 2008…five year (2003-08) high school champions (Lower Mainland) with 50-10 record…NWJHL champions (2010)… favorite sports team is the St. Louis Blues… favorite athlete is Alex Pietrangelo…favorite movie is Good Will Hunting…favorite group/ musician is Above & Beyond.

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PLAYER BIOS Pat George Forward Sophomore - 6-4, 202 Massena, N.Y. Kingston Voyaguers

Michael Hoy Defense Freshman - 6-1, 192 South Lyon, Mich. Texas Tornado

26 2012-13 (Fr.): Played in 11 games during inaugural season at Adrian...recorded one assist at Lake Forest on Nov. 16...took seven shots on goal...had a plus-2 rating...committed five penalties for 21 minutes...had a seasonhigh 15 PIM against Lake Forest on Feb. 3. Prior to AC: Spent the 2011-12 season with the Kingston Voyageurs (OJHL) collecting eight points (3-5) and 150 penalty minutes in 44 games…spent 2010-11 season with the Green Mountain Glades (EJHL) with 11 points (8-3) in 42 games…split time between three teams and leagues in 2009-10 with the Green Mountain Glades (EJHL), Cornwall Colts (CJHL) and Lincoln Stars (USHL) collectively scoring nine goals and six assists in 40 combined games… split time in 2008-09 with the Green Mountain Glades’ midget and junior teams while totaling eight points (6-2) over a combined 31 games. Personal: Majoring in business with a minor in criminal justice…born in Massena, New York on April 13, 1991…son of Vincent and Karen George…graduated from Colchester High School in 2009…Class A NYS high school hockey champs (2007-08)…holds record for fastest NYS high school goal…favorite sports team is the Chicago Blackhawks…favorite athlete is Tuomo Ruutu…favorite movie is Miracle…favorite musical group is Blink 182.

27 Prior to AC: Spent the 2011-12 and 201213 seasons playing for Texas Tornado of the NAHL...played in 60 games in 2012-13 and registered seven goals and 22 assists...served 39 penalty minutes...played in 41 games during the 2011-12 season with the Tornado...scored three goals and added nine assists...had two assists in five games during the Robertson Cup. Personal: Majoring in environmental science with a minor in biology…born in Westland, Michigan on June 21, 1992…son of John and Daphne Hoy…graduated from South Lyon High School in 2010...won regional title in hockey under coach Bill McCreary in 2009... named Second Team All-Area in 2008...named All-Conference and Team MVP in 2010... graduated with high honors...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox...favorite athletes are Niklas Lidstrom, Pavel Datsyuk and Ryan Callahan...favorite TV shows are Friends, Fresh Prince of Bel Air and King of Queens...favorite movies are Bad Boys 2, Miracle and Inception... favorite book is Great Expectations...favorite musicians are Blink 182 and City and Colour... enjoys cycling and hiking in his spare time.

Zach Wilson Forward Senior - 5-9, 175 Pakenham, Ont. Kemptville 73’s Captain

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2012-13 (Jr.): Played in 24 games and earned third letter...scored five goals and added five assists for the season...attempted 37 shots on net with a .135 shot percentage...finished the year with a plus-5 rating...served two penalties for four minutes...had a goal in the MCHA Final win over MSOE on Mar. 2...took a season-high five shots against Lake Forest on Feb. 2. 2011-12 (So.): Played in 26 games…named MCHA All-Academic team…finished tiedsecond on the team in short-handed goals (1)… finished tied-37th in MCHA goals (5)...scored a

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PLAYER BIOS hat trick in a 9-4 win at Concordia (Wis.) on December 2...scored a goal against Concordia (Wis.) on February 11...scored a goal next game at Finlandia on February 17...took 37 shots on net with a .135 shot percentage...had a season-best two assists against Northland on November 5. 2010-11 (Fr.): Played in six games as a freshman...had one assist at Lake Forest on Nov. 20...took three shots on net and had a -2 rating. Prior to AC: Spent the 2009-10 season with Kemptville 73’s of the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL)...played in 57 games and totaled 29 goals and 24 assists (53 points)... served 26 penalty minutes...scored nine power play goals and one short-handed goal...played the previous two seasons with Pembroke of the CJHL...won three championships in the CJHL... totaled 208 games played in the CJHL with 53 goals and 59 assists. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...born in Almonte, Ontario on December 28, 1989...son of Curtis Wilson and Lynn Dickson...favorite sports teams are the Edmonton Oilers, Team Canada and the Toronto Blue Jays...favorite athletes are Sidney Crosby, Lance Armstrong and Theo Fleury...favorite TV show is Family Guy...favorite movies are Ace Ventura 2 and Step Brothers...favorite musical group is Tragically Hip.

Brett Pinkerton Forward Freshman - 6-2, 184 Pilot Mound, Man. Waywayseecappo Wolverines

29 Prior to AC: Spent the last three seasons (2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13) with the Waywayseecappo Wolverines of the MJHL... logged 59 games in 2012-13 with 24 goals and 30 assists...served 56 penalty minutes...played in 61 games during the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons...scored 21 goals and added 23 assists in 2011-12 and scored 17 goals and added 35 assists in 2010-11. Personal: Majoring in physical education with a minor in health…born in Pilot Mound, Manitoba on February 8, 1992…son of Myron and Janice Pinkerton…graduated from Pliot Mound Collegiate Institutional in 2010...played for Pembina Valley Hawks in 2010 winning AAA Provincial...posted a record of 34-7-3 under

coach Steve Mullin...favorite sports team is the Toronto Blue Jays...favorite athletes are Yunel Escobar and Alex Ovechkin.

James Hamby Goaltender Junior - 5-11, 177 Ann Arbor, Mich. Motor City Metal Jackets

35 2012-13 (So.): Played in 18 games...had best win percentage in Division III (.962) going 120-1 in net...named MCHA Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 19...ranked third in the conference in goals-against average (2.31) and save percentage (.918)...ranked 29th nationally in goals-against average (2.41) and 34th in save percentage (.914)...logged 845 minutes in net and made 363 saves...pitched a shutout making 27 saves against Finlandia on Feb. 16...had a season-high 34 saves against Concordia (Wis.) on Dec. 1...won his first eight starts...made 18 saves in win versus AlabamaHuntsville on Jan. 4. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 13 games…finished second on the team in minutes played (641:28)…saves (284)…goals-against average (2.81)…save percentage (.904)…wins (7)… finished second in MCHA winning percentage (.875)…third in MCHA goals-against average (2.31)…fifth in MCHA save percentage (.918)… finished 15th in NCAA winning percentage (.700)…43rd in NCAA goals-against average (2.81)..posted a 7-3 record including a 4-0 shutout (20 saves) of Lake Forest on November 19...had a season-high 39 saves at UW-Stevens Point on December 31. Prior to AC: Split time in 2010-11 between the St. Louis Bandits and Motor City Metal Jackets of the NAHL...played in eight games for the Bandits with a 1.97 goals against average and went 5-1-1 in net...played in 29 contests for the Metal Jackets and posted a 3.12 goals against average and 14-14-1 record...made a total of 846 saves with the Metal Jackets for a .906 save percentage...played in the 2009-10 season for the Bandits and Kenai River Brown Bears of the NAHL...played a total of 17 games and had a 3.82 goals against average and .895 save percentage with the Brown Bears...named Most Improved Player at Kenai River. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on July 17, 1990...son of Jim and Mary Kay Hamby...cousin Brian Reaney played college hockey at Air Force.

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PLAYER BIOS Duston Hebebrand Forward Junior - 5-9, 170 Waterloo, Ont. Georgetown Raiders

37 2012-13 (So.): Played in 25 games...finished the season with five goals and 13 assists... ranked tied for 25th in the MCHA in assists (10)...took 54 shots on goal with a .093 shot percentage...managed a plus-10 rating... served 11 minor penalties for 22 minutes... scored game-winner against Marian (Wis.) on Jan. 19...had a season-high four points with a goal and three assists at Lake Forest on Nov. 16...had a pair of assists at Northland on Nov. 3...scored a goal in MCHA Semifinal win over Northland on Mar. 1. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 22 games…finished tied-eighth on the team in assists (8)…10th in shots (46)…tied-10th in power-play points (2)…finished tied-15th in MCHA freshman scoring (11)…tied-39th in MCHA assists (8)… tied-49th in MCHA points (49)...scored a pair of goals and added an assist against Northland on November 4...took 46 shots on net with a .087 shot percentage...served 19 penalty minutes...scored a power play goal also against Northland on November 4. Prior to AC: Spent the last two seasons playing for the Georgetown Raiders of the OJHL... played in 50 games in 2010-11 and finished the year with 26 goals and 38 assists...garnered 54 penalty minutes...played five playoff games and had two goals and six penalty minutes... played in 56 games in 2009-10 and finished with 19 goals and 39 assists...recorded 44 penalty minutes...played in the GOJHL Top Prospects Game in 2008-09...also played in the MWJHL All-Star Game and was the Kitchener Dutchmen top scorer. Personal: Majoring in general studies...born in Kitchener, Ontario on May 9, 1990...son of Keith and Connie Hebebrand...favorite sports teams are the Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox..favorite athletes are Patrice Bergeron and Dustin Pedroia...favorite TV shows are Eastbound and Down and Blue Mountain State...favorite movies are the Bourne Trilogy and Step Brothers...favorite musicians are Jason Aldean, John Mayer and Wiz Khalifa.

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Scott Shackell Goaltender Junior - 6-3, 190 Kanata, Ont. Kanata Stallions

41 2012-13 (So.): Named All-MCHA after leading the league in goals-against average (1.75) and save percentage (.938)...ranked second in conference in win percentage (.909) going 9-02...named MCHA Defensive Player of the Week three times (Nov. 12, Jan. 28, Feb. 11)...ranked sixth nationally in save percentage (.933), seventh in win percentage (.800) and 10th in goals-against average (1.95)...set single season school record for save percentage...made a season-high 52 saves against Oswego State in NCAA Tournament on Mar. 9...played 46:37 of shutout hockey in MCHA Semifinal win over Northland on Mar. 1...made 22 saves in shutout over Marian (Wis.) on Jan. 18...allowed one goal or fewer in nine appearances. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 18 games…named MCHA All-Conference team…MCHA AllFreshman team…led the team in minutes played (985:06)…saves (457)…goals-against average (2.07)…save percentage (.931)…wins (13)…finished first in MCHA save percentage (.930)…first in MCHA winning percentage (.875)…second in MCHA goals-against average (2.12)…finished sixth in NCAA save percentage (.931)…tied-seventh in NCAA winning percentage (.794)…10th in NCAA goals-against average (2.07)...finished the season with two assists against Northland (Nov. 4) and UW-Eau Claire (Nov. 26)...made 20 saves in a 7-0 shutout over Lake Forest on November 18...made 20 saves in a 2-0 shutout at Finlandia on February 18...allowed one goal or less in eight appearances...made 30 or more saves in seven games including 31 in MCHA Harris Cup final against MSOE on March 4...recorded a season-high 37 saves at MSOE on November 11 and at Lake Forest on February 4. Prior to AC: Spent the 2010-11 season with the Kanata Stallions of the CJHL...logged 2,560 minutes in net and played in 45 games... posted three shutouts and a 2.93 goals against average...posted a record of 25-17-2 with a .915 save percentage...played 42 games in 2009-10 for the Carleton Place Canadians in the CJHL...had a 3.43 goals against average and posted six shutouts...won 18 games and had a .896 save percentage.

PLAYER BIOS Personal: Majoring in business management... born in Ottawa, Ontario on July 23, 1990...son of Kevin and Mary-Ann Shackell...favorite sports team is the Ottawa Senators...favorite athlete is Tim Thomas...favorite TV show is Family Guy... favorite movie is Limitless...favorite author is Tom Clancy...favorite book is Patriot Games... favorite musicians are Lil’ Wayne and Drake... hobbies including golf and fishing.

Jake Flegel Defense Freshman - 6-4, 216 Whitby, Ont. Chatham Maroons

52 Prior to AC: Spent the 2012-13 season playing for the Chatham Maroons of the GOJHL... played in 33 games and finished with nine goals and 22 assists...served 103 penalty minutes...played the previous three seasons with the Cobourg Cougars of the OJHL. Personal: Majoring in business with a minor in marketing...born in Ajax, Ontario on June 1, 1992...son of Scott and Debbie Flegel... attended Father Leo J. Austin High School graduating in 2010...named GOJHL First Team All-Star...favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs..favorite athlete is Bobby Orr... favorite TV shows are Suits, Game of Thrones and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia...favorite movies are The Rocket, Across the Universe and Four Brothers...favorite musicians are City and Colour and Tom Waits...enjoys playing guitar and fishing in his spare time.

Grant Telfer Defense Junior - 6-0, 195 Saline, Mich. Nepean Raiders

54 2012-13 (So.): Played in 11 games during second season at Adrian...tallied three assists for the season...recorded nine shots on net...finished with a plus-7 rating...had five penalties for 18 minutes...had one assist at Northland (Nov. 3), at Lawrence (Jan. 12) and at Concordia (Wis.) on Feb. 9...had a plus-4 rating at Northland on Nov. 3. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 20 games…finished tied-second on the team in short-handed goals (1)…eighth in penalty minutes (29)…tiedeighth in plus-minus (plus-11)...scored a shorthanded goal in his first game at Adrian with a plus-6 rating against Northland on November 4...notched the game-winning goal at MSOE on November 12...finished the year with two goals and three assists...took 29 shots on net with a .069 shot percentage. Prior to AC: Spent the last two seasons playing for the Nepean Raiders of the CJHL... played in 61 games during both the 2009-10 and 2010-11 campaigns...scored seven goals and dished out 22 assists in 2009-10...also served 76 penalty minutes...scored 10 goals and dished out 23 assists a year ago with 117 penalty minutes. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Saline, Michigan on August 11, 1990...son of Don and Elizabeth Telfer...attended Cushing Academy in Massachusetts in high school...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Michigan Wolverines...favorite athlete is Nicklas Lidstrom...favorite TV shows are Criminal Minds, Two and a Half Men and Friday Night Lights...favorite movies are Role Models and Miracle...favorite musicians are Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton and Kenny Chesney...favorite foods are pizza, steak and chicken wings.

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PLAYER BIOS Rob Heath Defense Junior - 5-10, 180 Richland, Mich. New Mexico Scorpions

55 2012-13 (So.): Named MCHA All-Academic... played in eight games during second season with the club...recorded one assist on the season coming against UW-Stevens Point on Dec. 30...attempted three shots on net...had a plus-1 rating and four penalty minutes. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 10 games...registered four assists on the season...took nine shots on goal...had a season-high two assists at Concordia (Wis.) on December 3. Prior to AC: Spent last season playing for the Texas Tornado and New Mexico Mustangs of the NAHL...saw action in 19 games for the Tornado and served 42 penalty minutes... played in 15 games for the Mustangs and totaled three assists and 19 penalty minutes. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Kalamazoo, Michigan on June 4, 1990...son of Jim and Marsha Heath...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions...favorite athletes are Nicklas Lidstrom, Miguel Cabrera and Calvin Johnson...favorite author is Dan Brown... favorite book is Angels and Demons...favorite musicians are Phish, Dave Matthews Band and Led Zeppelin...hobbies include golf and wakeboarding.

Brent Sauve Forward Freshman - 6-0, 195 Sarnia, Ont. Sarnia Legionnaires

66 Prior to AC: Spent the past three seasons playing with the Sarnia Legionnaires of the GOJHL...played in 34 games in 2012-13 and recorded 18 goals and 19 assists...served 64 penalty minutes...played in 38 games in 201112 and tallied 25 goals and 18 assists...served 99 penalty minutes...played in 51 games in 2010-11 and had 13 goals and 18 assists... served 104 penalty minutes.

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Personal: Majoring in business management with a minor in sports management...born in Sarnia, Ontario on May 20, 1992...son of Bob and Carol Sauve...attended Northern Collegiate Institute in Sarnia graduating in 2010...named male athlete of the year in 2009...graduated among top 80-85 percent in his class...favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs... favorite athlete is Mats Sundin...favorite TV shows are House and Californication...favorite movie is Forrest Gump.

Jeremy Olinyk Forward Freshman - 6-0, 187 Winnipeg, Man. Winnipeg Blues

67 Prior to AC: Spent the last two full seasons playing for the Winnipeg Blues of the MJHL... played in 54 games in 2012-13 and recorded 24 goals and 47 assists...served 59 penalty minutes...played in 61 games in 2011-12 and scored 27 goals while adding 41 assists... served 85 penalty minutes...split time in 201011 between the Blues and St. Albert Steel of the AJHL. Personal: Majoring in business management with a minor in sports management...born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on March 2, 1992... son of Rod and Doreen Olinyk...wants to play professional hockey in Sweden after his college days...attended Westwood Collegiate graduating in 2010...favorite sports teams are the New York Yankees, Minnesota Vikings and Winnipeg Jets...favorite athletes are Derek Jeter, Adrian Peterson and Pavel Bure...favorite TV show is Prison Break...favorite movie is Step Brothers...favorite musician is Keith Urban.

PLAYER BIOS Josh Cousineau Forward Senior - 5-9, 160 Penetang, Ont. Couchiching Terriers Ass’t Captain

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2012-13 (Jr.): Played in 28 games earning third letter...finished the season with 12 goals and 26 assists ranking third on the team in points... ranked fifth in NCAA Division III in assists and tied for 11th in points...finished tied for second in the MCHA in power play points (12) and assists (17)...tied for third in points (25) and 14th in goals (8)...attempted 79 shots on goal with a .152 shot percentage...led the team with a plus-29 rating...served 28 penalty minutes... had the game-winner at MSOE on Jan. 25... named to the MCHA All-Tournament Team with three goals and two assists in the two games against Northland and MSOE...had a pair of assists in the NCAA Tournament against Oswego State on Mar. 9...had a season-high four points on three occasions including two goals and two assists at Concordia (Wis.) on Feb. 9.

“A” Hockey League (OJAHL)...played in 49 regular season games in 2009-10 and tallied 21 goals and 44 assists (65 points)...served 64 penalty minutes...scored nine power play goals and three short-handed goals...played in 47 regular season games in 2008-09 recording 31 goals and 47 assists (78 points)...served 63 penalty minutes...scored 11 power play goals and three short-handed goals...played in 183 games during his OJHL career including a year in Newmarket (2006-07)...named to the OJHL All Star Game in 2009-10...named OJHL Most Improved Player in 2009...served as team captain in 2009-10...named team MVP for the past two seasons. Personal: Majoring in exercise science...born in Penetang, Ontario on June 22, 1989...son of Ross and Darlene Cousineau...participated in golf and cross country in high school...favorite sports team is the Montreal Canadiens... favorite athlete is Alexei Kovalev...favorite TV show is Entourage...favorite movie is The Green Mile...favorite musicians are Eminem and Lil’ Wayne.

2011-12 (So.): Played in 25 games…named MCHA All-Conference team…finished first on the team in penalty minutes (68)…tied-second in points (31)…third in assists (20)…third in shots (31)…third in plus-minus (plus-16)… fourth in goals (11)…tied-fourth in power-play goals (3)…fifth in power-play points (11)… finished third in MCHA points (29)…tied-third in MCHA assists (18)…tied-fourth in MCHA power-play points (9)…tied-ninth in MCHA goals (11)…tied ninth in MCHA power-play goals (3)…finished tied-28th in NCAA assistsper-game (.80)…tied-38th in NCAA points-pergame (1.24)...scored a season-high two goals in three different games...had three assists against Lake Forest in a 7-0 win on November 18. 2010-11 (Fr.): Played in 22 games as a freshman...named to the MCHA All-Freshman Team...ranked eighth in the MCHA in freshman scoring with 0.75 points per game...finished the season with six goals and 11 assists...took 38 shots on net and had a +4 rating...scored three power play goals and the game-winner at Buffalo State on Jan. 7...had a season-high two points at MSOE on Feb. 19 with a goal and assist...served 13 penalties for 53 minutes. Prior to AC: Spent 2007-2010 with the Couchiching Terriers of the Ontario Junior

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PLAYER BIOS Josh Ranalli Forward Junior - 5-11, 182 Stoney Creek, Ont. Oakville Blades

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Champions in Oakville...attended RBC Cup in Dauphin, Manitoba. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Hamilton, Ontario on August 18, 1990...son of Dany and Angela Ranalli...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers and Toronto Blue Jays...favorite TV shows are Entourage and Duck Dynasty...favorite movies are Dumb & Dumber and Billy Madison.

2012-13 (So.): Played in 27 games earning his second letter...tied for seventh in NCAA Division III in power play goals (8)...tied for 11th nationally in goals (18) and 19th in points (35)... ranked sixth in the conference in scoring with 23 points...tied for sixth in the league in power play goals (4)...tied for fourth in the MCHA in assists (14)...attempted 82 shots on goal with a .220 shot percentage...finished with a plus22 rating...served 30 penalty minutes...had a pair of game-winners against Concordia (Wis.) on Dec. 1 and against Northland in Harris Cup semifinal on Mar. 1...scored a hat trick in that 8-0 win over the LumberJacks...totaled seven points in opening weekend series at Northland on Nov. 2-3...had two goals and two assists against UW-Stevens Point on Dec. 30...scored a power play goal in NCAA Tournament game against Oswego State on Mar. 9. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 26 games…finished first on the team in short-handed goals (2)… fifth in shots (63)…sixth in penalty minutes (37)…tied-sixth in goals (7)…tied-seventh in points (15)…tied-eighth in assists (8)…tiedeighth in plus-minus (plus-11)…tied-10th in power-play points (2)…finished tied-10th in MCHA freshman scoring (12)…tied-second in MCHA short-handed goals (2)…tied-fifth in MCHA short-handed points (2)…tied-30th in MCHA goals (6)…tied-42nd in MCHA points (42)…finished tied-fifth in NCAA short-handed goals (2)...scored twice including a shorthanded goal against Northland on November 4...scored an unassisted goal and shorthanded goal against Lake Forest on November 18...scored two goals at Concordia (Wis.) on December 3...did not score a goal in the final 15 games of the season...took 63 shots on net with a .111 shot percentage. Prior to AC: Spent the last two seasons playing for the Oakville Blades of the OJHL...saw action in 56 games in 2009-10 for the Blades and put together 36 goals and 32 assists for a total of 68 points...served 71 penalty minutes... played in 49 games in 2010-11 and scored 15 goals and added 34 assists...served 51 penalty minutes...played in 23 playoff games and had 21 points with nine goals and 12 assists...Buckland Cup and Dudley Hewitt Cup

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Shelby Gray Forward Junior - 5-10, 187 Inermay, Sask. Swan Valley Stampeders

77 2012-13 (So.): Played in 26 games earning second letter...scored 12 goals and added 14 assists...attempted 108 shots on goal with a .111 shot percentage...finished with a plus-17 rating...served 18 penalty minutes...scored a total of six power play goals...tied for sixth in the MCHA with four power play goals...tied for fifth in power play points (10)...tied for 16th in points (18)...scored a hat trick on five shots and also added an assist at Northland on Nov. 3...tallied a season-high three assists against MSOE on Nov. 9...had a goal and two assists against Marian (Wis.) on Jan. 18. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 24 games…named MCHA All-Tournament team…MCHA AllFreshman team…finished first on the team in power-play points (16)…first in shots (107)…

PLAYER BIOS second in power play goals (6)…tied-second in goals (13)…third in game-winning goals (3)… fourth in points (29)…fourth in assists (16)… fourth in plus-minus (plus-15)…fourth in penalty minutes (40)…finished tied-first in MCHA freshman scoring (25)…first in MCHA powerplay points (14)…tied-second in MCHA powerplay goals (5)…tied-third in MCHA gamewinning goals (3)…tied-seventh in MCHA points (25)…tied-eighth in MCHA assists (15)… tied-12th in MCHA goals (10)…finished tied25th in NCAA game-winning goals (3)…tied26th in NCAA power-play goals (6)...scored a goal in four straight games to end the season... took a season-high 10 shots on goal twice including the MCHA Harris Cup final against MSOE on March 4...recorded a goal and two assists at Concordia (Wis.) on December 2... scored the game-winner at Lawrence in a 3-2 win on January 13. Prior to AC: Spent the last two seasons suiting up for the Swan Valley Stampeders of the MJHL...played in 55 games in 2010-11 and finished the season with 36 goals and 25 assists for a total of 61 points...served 114 penalty minutes...played in 43 games in 2009-10 and ended the season with 22 goals and 24 assists for 46 points...served 64 penalty minutes... played in 10 playoff games and recorded three goals and eight assists...also played in 2008-09 for the Weyburn Red Wings of the SJHL and had seven points in 29 games. Personal: Majoring in communications...born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan on May 6, 1990... son of Darcy and Sharon Gray...attended Inermay High School graduating in 2008... favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings... favorite athlete is Wayne Gretzky...favorite TV show is Prison Break...favorite movie is Dumb & Dumber...favorite foods are seafood, steak and pasta.

Ryan Gieseler Defense Junior - 5-11, 191 Penetang, Ont. Trenton Golden Hawks Ass’t Captain

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2012-13 (So.): Played in 25 games earning second letter...registered three goals and 12 assists...attempted 48 shots on goal with a .062 shot percentage...finished with a plus23 rating...served 65 penalty minutes...scored two of his three goals on the power play...tied for 10th in the league in defenseman scoring with nine points...tied for 19th in the MCHA in power play points (7)...had a pair of assists and a plus-4 rating against Saint Mary’s (Minn.) on Nov. 24. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 26 games…finished seventh on the team in assists (10)…tiedseventh in power-play points (4)…ninth in shots (47)…ninth in penalty minutes (26)…10th in points (13)…finished tied-10th in MCHA defenseman points (11)…tied-15th in MCHA freshman scoring (11)…tied-39th in MCHA assists (8)…tied-49th in MCHA points (11)... registered a season-high three assists against Northland on November 4...recorded two assists against Concordia (Wis.) on February 10....scored the game-winner at Lake Forest on February 4. Prior to AC: Spent the 2010-11 season playing for the Trenton Golden Hawks of the OJHL... played in 29 games and credited with five goals and 21 assists...served 66 penalty minutes... split time in 2009-10 between the Golden Hawks and Collingwood Blues of the OJHL... played in 38 games for the Blues with four goals and 18 assists...played 18 games with the Golden Hawks accumulating four goals and 12 assists...played in 2008-09 for the Blues and in 49 games served 190 penalty minutes and totaled 34 points. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in psychology...born in Midland, Ontario on January 14, 1990...son of Mark and Meta Gieseler...favorite sports team is the Los Angeles Kings...favorite athletes are Sidney Crosby and Kobe Bryant...favorite TV shows are Criminal Minds and Entourage...favorite movies are Rocky and Mighty Ducks...favorite musicians are Eminem and Lil’ Wayne...favorite food is steak and ribs.

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PLAYER BIOS Kevin Balas Forward Junior - 5-11, 185 Warkworth, Ont. Newmarket Hurricanes

88 2012-13 (So.): Played in 26 games during his second season with the Bulldogs...notched seven goals and eight assists...took 38 shots on net with a .184 shot percentage...finished the season with a plus-12 rating...served 14 penalty minutes...had one short-handed goal against Marian (Wis.) on Jan. 19 in 3-1 win... had a season-high three points with two goals and a plus-4 rating at Lake Forest on Nov. 16... had a pair of assists against Saint Mary’s (Minn.) on Nov. 24...recorded two helpers in Harris Cup final against MSOE on Mar. 2. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 18 games…finished second on the team in shooting percentage (.238)…tied-second in short-handed goals (1)…10th in penalty minutes (22)…finished tied-37th in MCHA goals (5)...scored a hat trick in his first game on just three shots and also added an assist against Northland on November 4. Prior to AC: Spent the last two full seasons with the Newmarket Hurricanes of the OJHL... played in 49 games in 2010-11 and finished the season with 30 goals and 32 assists...served 70 penalty minutes...played in 10 playoff games and collected a goal and four assists...played in 46 games in 2009-10 and finished with 17 goals and 11 assists with 59 penalty minutes... played 37 games for the Trenton Hercs of the OJHL in 2008-09 with 23 goals and 17 assists... played in 12 games with the Hurricanes and had four goals and 10 assists...named regular season MVP and leading scorer in 2010-11... won the CCHL championship in 2009-10. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Peterborough, Ontario on May 31, 1990...son of Vic and Debbie Balas...favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs...favorite athletes are Nathan Horton and Brad Richards...favorite TV shows are Blue Mountain State, Entourage and SportsCenter...favorite movies are Lincoln Lawyer and the Hangover...favorite musicians are Tragically Hip and Pearl Jam...favorite foods are pasta, sushi and pizza.

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Justin Basso Forward Junior - 6-0, 185 Mississauga, Ont. Georgetown Raiders

96 2012-13 (So.): Played in 28 games earning second letter...accumulated six goals and 16 assists...tied for sixth in the MCHA in assists (13) and tied for 14th in points (19)...attempted 55 shots on net with a .109 shot percentage... finished with a plus-7 rating...served 27 penalty minutes...had a pair of game-winners against Lake Forest on Feb. 2 and at Concordia (Wis.) on Feb. 9...scored one power play goal against Lake Forest on Feb. 2...had a season-high four assists at Northland on Nov. 3. 2011-12 (Fr.): Played in 27 games…finished tied-fourth on the team in power-play goals (3)…fifth in assists (15)…tied-fifth in plus-minus (plus-12)…sixth in points (22)…sixth in powerplay points (7)…tied-sixth in goals (7)…seventh in shots (58)…finished fifth in MCHA freshman scoring (17)…tied-16th in MCHA assists (12)… tied-23rd in MCHA points (17)…tied-37th in MCHA goals (5)...scored a goal in seven different games...had a season-high two assists at Finlandia on February 17...took 58 shots on goal with a .121 shot percentage...scored a goal in his first game at Geneseo State on October 22. Prior to AC: Spent the last two seasons in 2009-10 and 2010-11 with the Georgetown Raiders of the OJHL...played in 56 games in 2009-10 and finished with 22 goals and 26 assists...served 28 penalty minutes...played in 50 games and scored 43 goals and dished out 36 assists...served 26 penalty minutes...played in five playoff games with two goals... Personal: Majoring in marketing...born in Mississauga, Ontario on March 29, 1990... son of Elvi and Maryanne Basso...attended Our Lady of Mount Carmel school graduating in 2008...favorite sports team is the Toronto Maple Leafs...favorite athletes are Pavel Bure and Pavel Datsyuk...favorite TV show is King of Queens...favorite movie is Old School... favorite book is The Hatchet...favorite musician is 50 Cent.

2012-13 STATISTICS

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CAREER RECORDS Individual Career Records Points

1. 230 - Shawn Skelly (102g, 128a) - 2007-11 2. 203 - Eric Miller (89g, 114a) - 2007-11 3. 162 - Zach Graham (60g, 102a) - 2009-13 4. 154 - Mike Dahlinger (45g, 109a) - 2007-11 5. 151 - Brad Houston (72g, 79a) - 2007-11 6. 135 - Chris Stansik (33g, 102a) - 2007-10, 11-12 7. 129 - Adam Krug (52g, 77a) - 2007-09 8. 126 - Sam Kuzyk (59g, 67a) - 2007-11

Goals

1. 102 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 2. 89 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 3. 72 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 4. 60 - Zach Graham - 2009-13 5. 59 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-11 6. 52 - Adam Krug - 2007-09 7. 45 - Mike Dahlinger - 2007-11 8. 39 - Joel Workman - 2007-11

Game-winning goals

1. 20 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 2. 14 - Zach Graham - 2009-13 3. 12 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 4. 11 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 5. 8 - Andrew Dovey - 2009-13 6. 7 - Adam Krug - 2007-09 7 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-11 8. 5 - Shaquille Merasty - 2012-13

Power-play goals

1. 47 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 2. 29 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 3. 23 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-11 4. 22 - Zach Graham - 2009-13 5. 20 - Adam Krug - 2007-09 6. 18 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 7. 14 - Chris Stansik - 2007-10, 11-12 8. 13 - Jeremy Klaver - 2007-11

Short-handed goals

1. 7 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 2. 6 - Adam Krug - 2007-09 3. 5 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 4. 4 - Joel Workman - 2007-11 5. 3 - Mike Towns - 2007-11 3 - Kyle Watson - 2007-11 3 - Josh Ranalli - 2011-13 8. 2 - Kevin Balas - 2011-13

Assists

1. 128 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 2. 114 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 3. 109 - Mike Dahlinger - 2007-11 4. 108 - Quinn Waller - 2007-11 5. 102 - Zach Graham - 2009-13 102 - Chris Stansik - 2007-10, 11-12 7. 79 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 8. 77 - Adam Krug - 2007-09

Plus/minus

1. 141 - Chris Stansik - 2007-10, 11-12 2. 140 - Quinn Waller - 2007-11 3. 138 - Jeremy Klaver - 2007-11 4. 131 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 5. 126 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 6. 106 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 7. 101 - Mike Dahlinger - 2007-11 8. 99 - Zach Graham - 2009-13

Most wins

1. 93 - Brad Fogal - 2007-11 2. 24 - Scott Shackell - 2011-13 3. 19 - James Hamby - 2011-13 4. 6 - Bryan Scott - 2007-09 5. 3 - Jeremy Cross - 2007-11

Saves

1. 2,427 - Brad Fogal (205 GA) - 2007-11 2. 845 - Scott Shackell (62 GA) - 2011-13 3. 647 - James Hamby (64 GA) - 2011-13 4. 157 - Bryan Scott (31 GA) - 2007-09 5. 97 - Jeremy Cross (5 GA) - 2007-11

Save percent (min. 80 saves)

1. .951 - Jeremy Cross (5 GA, 97 saves) - 2007-11 2. .932 - Scott Shackell (62 GA, 845 saves) - 2011-13 3. .922 - Brad Fogal (205 GA, 2,427 saves) - 2007-11 4. .910 - James Hamby (64 GA, 647 saves) - 2011-13 5. .835 - Bryan Scott (31 GA, 157 saves) - 2007-09

Goals against avg (min. 150 minutes)

1. 1.01 - Jeremy Cross (5 GA, 298 min) - 2007-11 2. 2.02 - Scott Shackell (62 GA, 1,839 min) - 2011-13 3. 2.03 - Brad Fogal (205 GA, 6,051 min) - 2007-11 4. 2.58 - James Hamby (64 GA, 1,487 min) - 2011-13 5. 3.56 - Bryan Scott (31 GA, 523 min) - 2007-09

Shutouts

1. 13 - Brad Fogal - 2007-11 2. 3 - Scott Shackell - 2011-13 3. 2 - James Hamby - 2011-13 4. 1 - Bryan Scott - 2007-09 1 - Jeremy Cross - 2007-11

Games played

1. 116 - Quinn Waller - 2007-11 2. 114 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 3. 113 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 113 - Jeremy Klaver - 2007-11 5. 112 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-11 112 - Zach Graham - 2009-13 112 - Chris Stansik - 2007-10, 11-12 8. 109 - Kyle Watson - 2007-11

Shots on goal

1. 593 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-11 2. 411 - Eric Miller - 2007-11 3. 346 - Zach Graham - 2009-13 4. 331 - Sam Kuzyk - 2007-11 5. 320 - Brad Houston - 2007-11 6. 317 - Adam Krug - 2007-09 7. 272 - Mike Dahlinger - 2007-11 8. 243 - Jeremy Klaver - 2007-11

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Adam Krug

SEASON RECORDS Individual Season Records Points

1. 77- Adam Krug (30g, 47a) - 2007-08 2. 74 - Shawn Skelly (30g, 44a) - 2007-08 3. 69 - Eric Miller (40g, 29a) - 2007-08 4. 65 - Shawn Skelly (30g, 35a) - 2008-09 5. 54 - Mike Dahlinger (13g, 41a) - 2009-10 6. 52 - Adam Krug (22g, 30a) - 2008-09 7. 51 - Eric Miller (18g, 33a) - 2008-09 8. 49 - Shawn Skelly (21g, 28a) - 2010-11

Goals

1. 40 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 2. 30 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 3. 30 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 30 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 5. 22 - Adam Krug - 2008-09 22 - Shaquille Merasty - 2012-13 7. 21 - Brad Houston - 2007-08 21 - Shawn Skelly - 2010-11

Game-winning goals

1. 7 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 2. 5 - Shaquille Merasty - 2012-13 5 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 5 - Shawn Skelly - 2010-11 5. 4 - Brad Houston - 2008-09 4 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 4 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 4 - Dan Barczuk - 2011-12

Power-play goals

1. 20 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 2. 13 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 3. 12 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 10 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 10 - Adam Krug - 2008-09 6. 9 - Shawn Skelly - 2010-11 9 - Sam Kuzyk - 2009-10 8. 8 - Zach Graham - 2010-11

Short-handed goals

1. 5 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 2. 3 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 3 - Joel Workman - 2009-10 4. 2 - Josh Ranalli - 2011-12 2 - Eric Miller - 2009-10 2 - Shawn Skelly - 2009-10 2 - Eric Miller - 2008-09 2 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08

Assists

1. 47 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 2. 44 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 3. 41 - Mike Dahlinger - 2009-10 4. 39 - Quinn Waller - 2007-08 5. 35 - Shawn Skelly - 2008-09 6. 33 - Eric Miller - 2008-09 7. 30 - Adam Krug - 2008-09 30 - Chris Stansik - 2009-10

Shots on goal

1. 166 - Adam Krug (22 goals) - 2008-09 2. 158 - Shawn Skelly (30 goals) - 2008-09 3. 152 - Shawn Skelly (21 goals) - 2010-11 152 - Shawn Skelly (21 goals) - 2009-10 5. 151 - Adam Krug (30 goals) - 2007-08 6. 136 - Eric Miller (40 goals) - 2007-08 7. 131 - Shawn Skelly (30 goals) - 2007-08 8. 108 - Shelby Gray (12 goals) - 2012-13

Plus/minus

1. 49 - Eric Miller - 2007-08 2. 47 - Adam Krug - 2007-08 3. 46 - Shawn Skelly - 2007-08 4. 44 - Quinn Waller - 2008-09 5. 43 - Quinn Waller - 2007-08 43 - Chris Stansik - 2007-08 7. 42 - Jeremy Klaver - 2009-10 8. 41 - Chris Stansik - 2008-09

Most wins

1. 25 - Brad Fogal (25-1-1) - 2008-09 25 - Brad Fogal (25-4-1) - 2010-11 3. 23 - Brad Fogal (23-4-0) - 2009-10 4. 20 - Brad Fogal (20-2-0) - 2007-08 5. 13 - Scott Shackell (13-3-1) - 2011-12 6. 12 - James Hamby (12-0-1) - 2012-13 7. 11 - Scott Shackell (11-2-2) - 2012-13

Saves

1. 774 - Brad Fogal (65 GA) - 2010-11 2. 641 - Brad Fogal (61 GA) - 2009-10 3. 536 - Brad Fogal (42 GA) - 2008-09 4. 476 - Brad Fogal (37 GA) - 2007-08 5. 457 - Scott Shackell (34 GA) - 2011-12 6. 388 - Scott Shackell (28 GA) - 2012-13 7. 363 - James Hamby (34 GA) - 2012-13 8. 284 - James Hamby (30 GA) - 2011-12

Save percent (min. 80 saves)

1. .933 - Scott Shackell (28 GA, 388 saves) - 2012-13 2. .931 - Scott Shackell (34 GA, 457 saves) - 2011-12 3. .928 - Brad Fogal (37 GA, 476 saves) - 2007-08 4. .927 - Brad Fogal (42 GA, 536 saves) - 2008-09 5. .923 - Brad Fogal (65 GA, 774 saves) - 2010-11 6. .914 - James Hamby (34 GA, 363 saves) - 2012-13 7. .913 - Brad Fogal (61 GA, 641 saves) - 2009-10

Goals against avg (min. 100 minutes)

1. 0.83 - Jeremy Cross (2 GA, 145 min) - 2008-09 2. 1.66 - Brad Fogal (42 GA, 1,517 min) - 2008-09 3. 1.82 - Brad Fogal (37 GA, 1,220 min) - 2007-08 4. 1.97 - Scott Shackell (28 GA, 854 min) - 2012-13 5. 2.07 - Scott Shackell (34 GA, 985 min) - 2011-12 6. 2.23 - Brad Fogal (65 GA, 1,752 min) - 2010-11 7. 2.34 - Brad Fogal (61 GA, 1,562 min) - 2009-10

Shutouts

1. 5 - Brad Fogal - 2008-09 5 - Brad Fogal - 2007-08 3. 2 - Scott Shackell - 2011-12 2 - Brad Fogal - 2009-10 5. 1 - Brad Fogal - 2010-11 1 - Jeremy Cross - 2008-09 1 - James Hamby - 2012-13 1 - Scott Shackell - 2012-13

Games played

1. 30 - Brad Fogal - 2010-11 30 - Jeremy Klaver - 2010-11 30 - Zach Graham - 2010-11 30 - Kyle Watson - 2010-11 30 - Brad Houston - 2010-11 30 - Bobby Hineman - 2010-11 30 - Quinn Waller - 2010-11 30 - Eric Roman - 2010-11

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NCAA RECORDS Single Game Individual Records Power Play Goals - 3rd (3) Eric Miller vs. MinnCrookston, 1/18/08 Quickest Hat Trick to Start a Game - 3rd (10:52) Adam Krug vs. Concordia, 2/22/08 Single Game Team Records Most Assists - 1st (36) Adrian vs. Concordia, 2/16/08 Most Points - 1st (56) Adrian vs. Concordia, 2/16/08 Combined Goals - 6th (22) Adrian vs. Concordia, 2/16/08 Combined Assists - 1st (40) Adrian vs. Concordia, 2/16/08 Combined Points - 1st (62) Adrian vs. Concordia, 2/16/08 Power Play Goals - 4th (6) Adrian vs. Neumann, 10/28/07; T14th (5) Adrian vs. Nichols, 1/1/11 most recent Combined Penalties - 3rd (39) Adrian vs. Lawrence, 11/7/08 Short Handed Goals - T6th (3) Adrian vs. Concordia, 2/23/08 Single Season Individual Records Assists on GWG - 1st (7) Zach Graham, 2009-10; Eric Miller, 2008-2009; Shawn Skelly, 2008-2009; Adam Krug, 2007-2008; Eric Miller, 2007-2008; Shawn Skelly 2010-11 Power Play Goals - 6th (20) Shawn Skelly, 2008-2009 Goalie Win Percentage - 9th (.944, 25-1-1) Brad Fogal, 2008-2009 Goalie Shutouts - 7th (5) Brad Fogal, 2008-2009 & 2009-2010 Game Winning Goals - T18th (7) Shawn Skelly, 2007-08 Consecutive Shutout Minutes - 11th (174:10) Brad Fogal, Jan. 17-30, 2009 Assists Per Game - 11th (1.35) Adam Krug, 2008-09 Goalie Win Percentage - 5th (.962, 12-0-1) James Hamby, 2012-13 Single Season Team Records Goals - 8th (220) Adrian, 2007-2008 Goals Per Game - 4th (7.59) Adrian, 2007-2008 Assists - 9th (338) Adrian, 2007-2008; 10th (333), 20092010 Points - 10th (558) Adrian, 2007-2008 Power Play Goals - 5th (70) Adrian, 2007-2008 & 20082009 Power Play Percentage - 5th (.361) Adrian, 2008-2009 Scoring Margin - 2nd (5.34) Adrian, 2007-2008; 4th (4.83) Adrian, 2008-2009 Win Percentage - 2nd (.948, 27-1-1) Adrian, 2008-2009 Career Individual Records Assists on GWG - 1st (23) Shawn Skelly, 2007-11; 2nd (19) Eric Miller, 2007-11 Power Play Goals - 6th (47) Shawn Skelly, 2007-11 Game Winning Goals - 1st (20) Shawn Skelly, 2007-11 Save Percentage - 14th (.922) Brad Fogal, 2007-11 Goals Against Average - 10th (2.04) Brad Fogal, 200711 Goalie Shutouts - 3rd (13) Brad Fogal, 2007-11 Goalie Win Percentage - 4th (.887) Brad Fogal, 200711 Goalie Wins - 1st (93) Brad Fogal, 2007-11 Consecutive Games Played by a Skater - 1st (116) Quinn Waller, 2007-11 Consecutive Games Played by a Skater - 5th (112) Zach Graham, 2010-13 Game Winning Goals - 11th (14) Zach Graham, 2010-13

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Annual Individual Champions Points Per Game - Adam Krug (2.66), 2007-2008 Points Per Game - Shawn Skelly (2.24), 2008-2009 Points Per Game - Mike Dahlinger (1.93), 2009-2010 Goals Per Game - Eric Miller (1.43), 2007-2008 Goals Per Game - Shawn Skelly (1.03), 2008-2009 Assists Per Game - Adam Krug (1.62), 2007-2008 Assists Per Game - Mike Dahlinger (1.46), 2009-2010 Power Play Goals - Eric Miller (13), 2007-2008 Power Play Goals - Shawn Skelly (20), 2008-2009 Game Winning Goals - Shawn Skelly (7), 2007-2008 Goalie Win Percentage - Brad Fogal (.909), 2007-2008; Brad Fogal (.944), 2008-2009 Goalie Win Percentage - James Hamby (.962), 2012-13 Annual Team Champions Scoring Offense - Adrian (7.59), 2007-2008; Adrian (6.52), 2008-2009; Adrian (6.71), 2009-2010; Adrian (4.97), 2010-11; Adrian (4.89), 2012-13 Scoring Margin - Adrian (5.34), 2007-2008; Adrian (4.83), 2008-2009; Adrian (4.25), 2009-2010; Adrian (2.73), 2010-11 Power Play Percentage - Adrian (.340), 2007-2008; Adrian (.361), 2008-2009; Adrian (.321), 2012-13 Penalty Kill Percentage - Adrian (.901), 2009-2010 Winning Percentage - Adrian (.948), 2008-2009; Adrian (.850), 2010-11; Adrian (.875), 2012-13 Miscellaneous Streaks Fewest Losses Season - Adrian (1), 2008-2009 Conference Win Streak - Adrian (66), Dec. 1, 2007-Nov. 6, 2010 Overall Win Streak - 2nd Adrian (36), Nov. 2, 2008 to Dec. 5, 2009 Home Win Streak - 2nd Adrian (29), Nov. 2, 2008 to Nov. 6, 2010 Road Win Streak - 2nd Adrian (16), Oct. 25, 2008 to Jan. 1, 2010 Final USCHO Division III Poll 2007-08 - 11th Adrian 2008-09 - 7th Adrian 2009-10 - 10th Adrian 2010-11 - 2nd Adrian 2011-12 - 11th Adrian 2012-13 - 6th Adrian

Brad Fogal is the all-time wins leader in NCAA Division III history with 93 and is fourth all-time with a .887 win percentage

MCHA YEAR IN REVIEW Final 2012-13 MCHA Standings MCHA School GP W-L-T Pts GF-GA Adrian 20 17-0-3 37 99-41 MSOE 20 12-6-2 26 69-48 Marian 20 12-8-0 24 57-52 Lake Forest 20 6-10-4 16 52-58 Lawrence 20 6-11-3 15 68-65 Northland 20 7-13-0 14 67-107 Finlandia 20 7-13-0 14 55-74 Concordia (Wis.) 20 7-13-0 14 55-77

Overall GP W-L-T GF-GA 28 23-2-3 137-62 29 17-10-2 88-65 26 13-12-1 66-65 27 10-12-5 70-72 27 8-16-3 85-97 28 10-17-1 89-141 25 7-18-0 60-96 25 7-18-0 68-109

2012-13 MCHA Awards 2012-13 MCHA All-Conference (Alphabetically by position) Forward: Zach Graham (Adrian College, Senior) Forward: Jordan Keizer (MSOE, Senior) Forward: Tyler Klein (Marian University, Junior) Forward: Shaquille Merasty (Adrian College, Freshman) Forward: Brad Scurfield (Lawrence University, Senior) Forward: Brad Tierney (MSOE, Senior) Defense: Brandon Boelter (Lawrence University, Freshman) Defense: Mitch Kriz (Marian University, Senior) Defense: Mike Montrose (Finlandia University, Junior) Defense: Michael Thompson (MSOE, Junior) Defense: Brady Vandenberk (Northland College, Senior) Goalie: Scott Shackell (Adrian College, Sophomore) Goalie: Brendan Sullivan (Lake Forest College, Senior) *Note: Extra spot at defense due to tie in voting 2012-13 MCHA All-Freshmen Team (Alphabetically by position) Forward: Cody Ganchar (MSOE) Forward: Logan Lemirande (Lawrence University) Forward: Shaquille Merasty (Adrian College) Defense: Brandon Boelter (Lawrence University) Defense: Ben Certo (Lake Forest College) Goalie: Nick Kohn (MSOE) 2012-13 MCHA All-Academic Team Adrian - 3 Zach Graham, Senior * … Rob Heath, Sophomore … Dylan Towns, Sophomore Note: * = Two-Time All-Academic member Player of the Year: Zach Graham, Senior, Adrian Coach of the Year: Ron Fogarty, Adrian

2012-13 Harris Cup Results First Round (Two-Game Series plus mini-game) Northland def. Lawrence, 2-1 (0-3, 5-2, 1-0) MSOE def. Lake Forest, 2-1 (3-2, 0-2, 1-0) Harris Cup Semifinals (hosted by Adrian College) Adrian def. Northland, 8-0 MSOE def. Marian, 1-0

Harris Cup Final Adrian def. MSOE, 4-1 Adrian wins Harris Cup for fifth time and earns MCHA’s bid into the NCAA Tournament.

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THE NEW NCHA CONFERENCE The Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association continues to change the face of hockey in the West and today adds another chapter to the story that the league continues to write. Dr. G. Steven Larson, commissioner of the league, has announced today a new era for the conference, complete with a new name and representation of both women’s and men’s teams under one association. The MCHA has continued to expand, announcing last summer that both St. Norbert College and The College of St. Scholastica will be joining the league for the 2013-14 campaign. That new era will embark with a new league name, as the MCHA will officially be moving forward as the “Northern Collegiate Hockey Association”. As part of the league transition, the women’s teams from the current NCHA will now be under the same conference umbrella with the men’s, with each side having its own administrative structure, constitution and bylaws. “Moving the eight current MCHA men’s programs forward as the NCHA brings together our men and women under one umbrella,” Adrian president & chair of the MCHA/NCHA president's council Jeff Docking said. “We can now work on promoting growth on both fronts, while keeping 30-plus years of combined championship tradition alive.” The original Northern Collegiate Hockey Association dates back to 1980 and includes a lengthy history that consists of 12 NCAA National Championships won by six different members. There will be plenty of history to merge when this new era begins, one that most notably comes into play when you talk about the student-athletes goal of winning a championship. On the men’s side, the NCHA tournament champion will continue to play for the “Harris Cup”, named after MSOE Director of Athletics Dan Harris, who served as the first president of the MCHA and helped get the league up and running to become what it is today. The regular-season champion will now receive the “Peters Cup”, named after Bob Peters, the long-time Bemidji State coach. Peters won 728 games and 13 national championships with the Beavers, including two NCAA titles as an early member of the NCHA back in 1984 and 1986. The Peters Cup is an NCHA tradition, as

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it had been handed out to the NCHA playoff championship winner since 1998. The MCHA dates back to the 1998-99 season and has taken great strides in the past 15 years to rise to the level that is has achieved. With the former NCHA essentially dissolving this offseason, the MCHA wanted to take a piece of the history and prestige of the conference it has become with its new name. Both the women and men will maintain their automatic qualifier status and continue to play for a berth in the NCAA Tournament. The “Men’s NCHA” will consist of the following 10 members: Adrian College, Concordia University, Finlandia University, Lake Forest College, Lawrence University, Marian University, Milwaukee School of Engineering, Northland College, St. Norbert College and The College of St. Scholastica. The league will also welcome a new logo and a new website. Immediate changes will be seen starting today on the league website (which will operate under the www.nchahockey.org site only moving forward), with updating and archiving changes happening into the summer. League staff will have a familiar look, while also welcoming a new face to the mix. Dr. G. Steven Larson, the current MCHA commissioner, will serve in the same capacity for both the “Men’s NCHA” and the “Women’s NCHA”. Jim Olson, the former MCHA Supervisor of Officials, will continue in his role for both sides of the conference. Chris Zills and Brian Monahan, who previously worked behind the scenes for the MCHA and NCHA to publicize their respective leagues, will be moving into similar, but different roles moving forward for the “new” NCHA. Monahan will serve in the role of Director of Public Relations, taking an active role in promoting, social media, blogging and other “faces” of the media. Zills will be the Director of Sports Information, maintaining the behindthe-scenes aspect of the communications department.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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