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ROBERT MORRIS UNIVERSITY 2013-14 MEN’S HOCKEY GAME NOTES Sports Info. Contact: Michael Wagner • E-Mail: sidga01@rmu.edu • Office Phone: (412) 397-4953

ROBERT MORRIS COLONIALS (0-2-0 | 0-0-0) 2013-14 SCHEDULE/RESULTS OVERALL ATLANTIC HOCKEY

0-2-0 T-2nd | 0-0-0

OCTOBER (0-2-0 | 0-0-0 AHA) 6 Sun. TORONTO (Ex.) W | 2-0 11 Fri. @ Lake Superior State L | 1-3 12 Sat. @ Lake Superior State L | 1-3 19 Sat. NIAGARA * 7:05 p.m. 25 Fri. @ Ohio State 7:00 p.m. 26 Sat. OHIO STATE 7:05 p.m. NOVEMBER (0-0-0 | 0-0-0 AHA) 1 Fri. PENN STATE 7:05 p.m. 8 Fri. CANISIUS * 7:05 p.m. 9 Sat. RIT * 7:05 p.m. 16 Sat. @ Air Force * 9:05 p.m. 22 Fri. HOLY CROSS * 7:05 p.m. 23 Sat. HOLY CROSS * 7:05 p.m. DECEMBER (0-0-0 | 0-0-0 AHA) 6 Fri. @ Bentley * 7:05 p.m. 7 Sat. @ Bentley * 7:05 p.m. 14 Sat. @ Mercyhurst * 7:05 p.m. 27 Fri. PENN STATE ! 7:35 p.m. 28 Sat BOSTON COLLEGE/ TBA BOWLING GREEN ! JANUARY (0-0-0 | 0-0-0 AHA) 4 Sat. @ Sacred Heart * 5 Sun. @ Sacred Heart * 9 Thu. @ Connecticut * 10 Fri. @ Connecticut * 17 Fri. AIC * 18 Sat. AIC * 24 Fri. AIR FORCE * 25 Sat. AIR FORCE * 31 Fri. ARMY *

7:05 p.m. TBA 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

FEBRUARY (0-0-0 | 0-0-0 AHA) 1 Sat. ARMY * 7:05 p.m. 7 Fri. @ RIT * 7:05 p.m. 8 Sat. @ RIT * 7:05 p.m. 13 Thu. @ Niagara * 7:05 p.m. 15 Sat. NIAGARA * 7:05 p.m. 21 Fri. CANISIUS * 7:05 p.m. 22 Sat. @ Canisius * 7:05 p.m. 28 Fri. @ Mercyhurst * 7:05 p.m. MARCH (0-0-0 | 0-0-0 AHA) 1 Sat. MERCYHURST *

7:05 p.m.

* Atlantic Hockey Association Game ! Three Rivers Classic Pittsburgh Pa. CONSOL Energy Center Home Matches in ALL CAPS All Times Eastern All HomeGames at 84 Lumber Arena

VS. NIAGARA PURPLE EAGLES (1-2-0 | 1-0-0) GAME #3 Robert Morris vs. Niagara Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 7:05 p.m. - 84 Lumber Arena (1,200) - Pittsburgh, Pa. AGAINST THE PURPLE EAGLES Robert Morris kicks off the home portion of its schedule with a contest against perennial conference rival Niagara. Dating back to when the two teams were members of the CHA, the Colonials have faced Niagara 47 times. The first meeting between the two teams this season will be the 48th clash with the Purple Eagles. The Colonials have won 12 of the previous meetings while the two teams have tied on eight other occasions. The last time that the two teams met, Robert Morris pulled out a 6-5 overtime victory at 84 Lumber Arena after a power-play goal from Colin South won the game in the extra period. SCOUTING NIAGARA The Purple Eagles ended the 2012-13 season with a first-round exit in the NCAA West Regional after suffering a 2-1 loss against North Dakota. Niagara finished the season with a record of 23-10-5 and a record of 20-5-2 against AHA opponents. This season, Niagara was selected to finish atop the conference in a poll of the association’s head coaches. After dropping their first two games of the season against Clarkson in non-conference action, the Purple Eagles earned their first victory of the season against Canisius last week with a 6-4 win. Mike Conderman leads the squad with two goals in three games while he is also one of five Purple Eagles to have multiple points in the young season. Adrian Ignagni and Jackson Teichroeb have both seen action in goal for Niagara with Ignagni earning the club’s only victory while sporting a 1.22 goals-against average and a save percentage of .957.

2013-14 QUICK STATS GOALTENDERS 1 Terry Shafer 30 Brandon Lane 31 Dalton Izyk

SEASON GP W 2 0 - - 1 0

SKATERS SEASON GP G 2 Evan Renwick 2 0 3 John Rey 1 0 4 Chase Golightly 2 0 5 Evan Moore 2 0 6 Rob Mann 1 0 7 Colin South 2 0 9 David Friedmann 2 0 10 Tyson Wilson 2 0 11 Jeff Jones - - 12 Jimmy Geerin - - 14 David Rigatti 2 0 15 John Walton - - 16 Greg Gibson 2 0 19 Scott Jacklin 2 1 21 Mac Roy 2 0 22 Ben Robillard 2 0 23 Cody Wydo 2 1 24 Jay Llewelyn 1 0 26 Daniel Leavens 1 0 27 Zac Lynch 2 0 28 Matt Cope 2 0 33 Andrew Blazek 2 0 44 Brandon Denham 2 0

L 2 - 0

VS. NIAGARA T GAA SV% GP W L 0 3.71 .894 1 0 1 - - - - - - 0 1.68 .909 - - -

T GAA SV% 0 3.01 .903 - - - - -

VS. NIAGARA A PTS +/- PIM GP G A PTS +/- PIM 0 0 -3 2 8 0 1 1 E 0 0 0 -1 2 - - - - - 0 0 -1 0 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 -1 4 3 0 1 1 E 4 0 0 E 0 - - - - - 0 0 -1 0 10 4 2 6 -1 0 1 1 -1 17 1 0 0 0 -1 0 0 0 E 2 6 0 0 0 -3 2 - - - - 4 0 1 1 -3 0 - - - - 4 0 1 1 E 0 0 0 -2 2 3 0 1 1 E 0 - - - - - - - - - 1 1 +1 2 3 0 1 1 +1 4 0 1 -1 0 7 2 0 2 -4 2 0 0 -1 0 2 0 0 0 +1 0 1 1 E 0 - - - - - 0 1 -1 2 8 1 3 4 -3 0 0 0 E 0 2 0 0 0 E 2 0 0 E 0 - - - - - 0 0 -1 0 3 2 0 2 +1 4 0 0 -1 0 3 2 0 2 +1 4 0 0 E 0 8 0 1 1 +2 6 0 0 -2 2 2 0 0 0 +1 6

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RMU QUICK FACTS

MUSKET SHOTS

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION LOCATION Moon Township, Pa. FOUNDED 1921 ENROLLMENT 5,000 AFFILIATION NCAA Division I CONFERENCE Northeast Conference (NEC) NICKNAME Colonials COLORS Blue and White with Red FACILITY Charles L. Sewall Center Capacity 3,056 PRESIDENT Gregory G. Dell’Omo, Ph.D. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Craig Coleman, M.D.

X The 2013-14 season marks the 10th season for the Colonial hockey program. It is the team’s fourth season in the Atlantic Hockey Association. Robert Morris has an all-time record of 124-156-40 in its time as a Division I program. Head coach Derek Schooley has been behind the bench for every season at RMU.

SPORTS INFORMATION WEBSITE www.rmucolonials.com FACEBOOK facebook.com/RMUAthletics TWITTER @RMUAthletics MEN’S HOCKEY CONTACT Michael Wagner Office Phone (412) 397-4953 Office Fax (412) 397-4943 E-Mail sidga01@rmu.edu Mailing Address 6001 University Boulevard Moon Township, Pa. 15108 COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH Derek Schooley Alma Mater Western Michigan ‘94 Tenure at RMU Tenth Season Record at RMU 124-158-40 Career Record Same ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Mark Workman Alma Mater St. Scholastica ‘93 Tenure at RMU Fifth Season ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Matt Nicholson Alma Mater Colgate ‘04 Tenure at RMU Fifth Season HOCKEY OPS. COORD. Kody Van Rentergem ATHLETIC TRAINER Erica Galdemeyer, ATC TEAM INFORMATION FIRST SEASON OF MEN’S HOCKEY 2004-05 ALL-TIME RECORD 124-158-40 2012-13 OVERALL RECORD 20-14-4 2012-13 AHA RECORD | FINISH 13-11-3 | 5th 2013 AHA PRESEASON POLL 7th LETTERWINNERS LOST 5 LETTERWINNERS RETURNING 18 WHO IS ROBERT MORRIS? Born in 1734 in Liverpool, England, Robert Morris sailed to the United States with his father when he was 14 years old. Morris became a partner at the import export firm of Willing & Morris where he made his millions. After, he became the spokesman for opposition to the Stamp Act, smuggled arms for the new American army and navy, signed the Declaration of Independence, secured financing — often using his personal credit — to fight the Revolutionary War and served as a Pennsylvania state senator. He died in Philadelphia on May 8, 1806.

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CAPTAIN COLIN FEASTS ON THE PURPLE EAGLES Including his game-winning goal in overtime against Niagara last season, Colin South has found the back of the net four times in ten games against the Purple Eagles. South has also recorded two assists to total six points in the ten contests facing Niagara. STANDING TALL ON “D” With three underclassmen goaltenders, the defense of Robert Morris will be counted on to stand tall and take pressure off of the trio. In the two games so far this season, the Colonials have blocked more shots than their opponents. RMU has averaged 12.50 blocked shots per game and has been led by senior Evan Renwick who currently ranks in the top-15 nationally in blocked shots. THE OPENING ACT Robert Morris’ goaltending in the first period has been strong to say the least. The tandem of Dalton Izyk and Terry Shafer have allowed just one goal in the opening frame while combining to make 24 saves for a goals-against average of 1.51 and a .960 save percentage. SHORT-HANDED MARKERS When the Colonials find the back of the net while shorthanded, it usually leads to a win. Robert Morris has won 22 of the 34 games in which they have scored a short-handed goal, but that wasn’t the case in the opening game of the 2013-14 season. Despite Cody Wydo netting a short-handed tally, RMU would fall to Lake Superior State, becoming the ninth time that the Colonials would lose when scoring while on the penalty kill. QUICK ON THE DRAW Despite a team faceoff percentage under .500, Robert Morris has four skater that rank in the top-50 nationally in faceoff percentage. Sophomores David Friedmann, Brandon Denham, and Greg Gibson join freshman Ben Robillard to form the quartet. Friedmann leads the group winning 73.3 percent of the draws he takes. PRESEASON AHA POLLS In the Preseason Coaches’ Poll, Robert Morris was selected to finish seventh in the conference. The Colonials were behind each of their opponents from the western pod; Niagara, Mercyhurst, Air Force, Canisius, and RIT. RMU was also selected behind eastern pod favorite Connecticut, the team that knocked the Colonials out of the AHA Quarterfinals last season. In the inaugural AHA Meadi Poll, Robert Morris was selected to finish in a tie for seventh with Holy Cross. 55 WINS AND COUNTING This season’s senior class needs just 11 wins to set a new program record for victories by a class. The graduating class of 2012 holds the current record with 65 victories. This season’s group of seniors currently has 55 wins, a number which is the second-most by any graduating class. 100-GAME PLATEAU Just one Colonial enters the 2013-14 season with at least 100 games played. Senior captain Colin South has skated in 102 games during his first three seasons at Robert Morris. As many as five other Colonials could join South at the 100-game milestone by the season’s end.

OCT. 19 | ROBERT MORRIS VS. NIAGARA


MUSKET SHOTS WORKMAN, NICHOLSON ELEVATED TO ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH Prior to the 2013-14 season, head coach Derek Schooley elevated his two assistants, Matt Nicholson and Mark Workman, to the status of associate head coach. Workman served as a top assistant at Brown for six seasons before coming to Robert Morris while Nicholson joined the Colonials after time at Adrian College. Both coaches are entering their fifth seasons as members of the Colonial hockey family. SCHOLAR ATHLETES Three Colonials from the 2012-13 team were named Student-Athletes of the Year by the AHA. Two of them, Brandon Denham and Zac Lynch, are still with the squad for this season. In order to receive the award, the student-athlete must maintain at least a 4.0 GPA during the season.

AHA AT A GLANCE 2013-14 STANDINGS SCHOOL PTS AHA PCT OVR PCT 1 Niagara 2 1-0-0 1.000 1-2-0 .333 Sacred Heart 2 1-0-0 1.000 2-1-0 .667 2 Air Force --- --- --- 0-2-0 .000 American Int’l --- --- --- --- -- Army --- --- --- 0-1-0 .000 Connecticut --- --- --- --- -- Holy Cross --- --- --- 0-1-0 .000 Mercyhurst --- --- --- 0-2-0 .000 RIT --- --- --- 0-2-0 .000 ROBERT MORRIS --- --- --- 0-2-0 .000 11 Bentley 0 0-1-0 .000 1-2-0 .333 Canisius 0 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 .000

THE NEWEST CAPTAIN Heading into the program’s tenth season, head coach Derek Schooley turned to senior forward Colin South as the team’s newest captain. South served as an assistant captain during his junior season.

PLAYER OF THE WEEK

COLONIALS IN THE PROS As training camps through all levels of hockey kicked off in late September, two members of the Colonial hockey family received invitations to the main NHL camps. Eric Levine got the call to join the Nashville Predators camp while Denny Urban headed to join the Florida Panthers. Urban became just the second Colonial in program history to see playing time while in camp when he dressed for the Panthers in an exhibition against Nashville.

GOALTENDER OF THE WEEK

SCORING DRIVE The Colonials return seven of their top-ten point producer from the 2012-13 season. The group is led by junior Cody Wydo, who recorded 33 points in 38 games last season. Wydo also led the team with 21 goals during the 2012-13 campaign. TURNING YOUTH INTO EXPERIENCE The Colonials featured ten freshmen during the 2012-13 season. This year, RMU looks to transition that youth into experience that can guide the program after a 20-win season. With the departure of five seniors from last season, the Colonials boast a rather experience squad in front of three underclassmen netminders. A BANNER SEASON The 2012-13 edition of Robert Morris men’s ice hockey will be remembered as one of the greatest in school history as the team set a new school record with 20 victories. The team finished with a 20-144 overall record while going 13-11-3 in Atlantic Hockey play. The Colonials would have two different seven-game unbeaten streaks while also claiming the inaugural Three Rivers Classic. CLUTCH CODY When the Colonials needed a clutch goal, Robert Morris turned to junior forward Cody Wydo. Wydo supplied a quarter of the Colonials’ game-winning goals this season. Of his 21 goals, five were of the game-winning variety. PROGRAM RECORD Last season, Robert Morris set a new program record for wins in a season with 20. The new mark included victories over NCAA Frozen Four finalist Quinnipiac, fifth-ranked Miami to capture the Three Rivers Classic, and an overtime victory over nationally-ranked Niagara. THE ONLY MAN BEHIND THE BENCHES Robert Morris is led by Derek Schooley, who has been the only bench boss for the Colonials in the program’s 10-year history. Schooley has a career record of 124-156-40.

Oct. 15 Steve Weinstein (So. - D) Oct. 8 Jackson Teichroeb (Fr. - G)

Oct. 15 Alex Vazzano (So. - G) Oct. 8 Jackson Teichroeb (Fr. - G)

Bentley Niagara

Sacred Heart Niagara

ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Oct. 15 Max French (Fr. - F) Oct. 8 Jackson Teichroeb (Fr. - G)

Bentley Niagara

AHA COACHES PRESEASON POLL 1 Niagara (3) 2 Mercyhurst (4) Air Force (2) 4 Canisius (3) 5 RIT 6 Connecticut 7 ROBERT MORRIS 8 Holy Cross 9 Bentley 10 Army 11 AIC 12 Sacred Heart

102 98 98 92 81 79 66 59 53 28 22 16

AHA MEDIA PRESEASON POLL 1 Niagara (7) 2 Mercyhurst (4) Air Force (1) 4 Canisius (2) 5 Connecticut (1) 6 RIT 7 Holy Cross ROBERT MORRIS 9 Bentley 10 Army 11 AIC 12 Sacred Heart

159 149 149 130 113 110 88 88 86 43 36 19

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AROUND THE AHA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 RIT at Clarkson Northeastern at Holy Cross Mercyhurst at Merrimack Connecticut at Minnesota State Penn State at Air Force

BREAKING DOWN THE 2013-14 COLONIALS

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:37 p.m. 9:05 p.m.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Mercyhurst at Merrimack 7:00 p.m. Holy Cross at Northeastern 7:00 p.m. American International at Providence 7:00 p.m. Sacred Heart at Rensselaer 7:00 p.m. Niagara at Robert Morris 7:05 p.m. RIT at Clarkson 7:30 p.m. Bentley at Maine 7:30 p.m. Connecticut at Minnesota State 8:07 p.m. Penn State at Air Force 9:05 p.m. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 Bentley at Quinnipiac

7:00 p.m.

OFFENSE (T-44TH - 1.00 GOALS PER GAME) - Juniors Scott Jacklin and Cody Wydo recorded the only goals so far this season for the Colonials. Robert Morris has yet to score an even-strength goal as Jacklin’s goal came on the power play and Wydo provided a short-handed goal. - Junior forward Cody Wydo returns to Robert Morris after leading the Colonials with 21 goals in 38 games last season. Wydo’s 0.55 goals per game pace ranked him 9th in the NCAA for the 2012-13 season. Of his 21 goals, Wydo would also contribute five game-winning goals, good enough for 8th in the NCAA rankings. - Senior forward Colin South had 13 goals in 36 games while junior forward Scott Jacklin had 10 goals in 34 games. South would finish the season ranked just inside the top 100 in the NCAA in goals per game with 0.36. DEFENSE (T-31ST - 3.00 GOALS ALLOWED PER GAME) - Defenseman Evan Renwick sits in the top-15 nationally in blocked shots as he is averaging three blocked shots per game. - Senior defenseman Andrew Blazek leads a veteran returning defensive unit with 18 points in 32 games last season. His 0.56 points per game average ranked him in the top 50 in the NCAA. Blazek netted nine goals in the 2012-13 season, the most by any Colonial defenseman. - Sophomore goaltender Terry Shafer is the only goalie on the Robert Morris roster to see playing time last season. Shafer appeared in four games with a record of 1-2-0 to go with a 3.08 goalsagainst average and a .888 save percentage. Despite just under 200 minutes of game experience, Shafer’s only win was a shutout on the road at Canisius. POWER PLAY (41ST - 6.7 PERCENT [1/15]) - Despite the tenth-most power-play opportunities in the NCAA (15), the Colonials have recorded just one power-play goal. That goal came off of the stick of Scott Jacklin in Saturday’s loss to Lake Superior State.

RECENT SCORES THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 Colgate 4 at RIT

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 Sacred Heart 2 at UMass-Lowell at Lake Superior 3 Robert Morris at Minnesota 6 Mercyhurst at Penn State 4 Army Bentley 6 at Nebraska-Omaha Alaska 6 Air Force

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 Rensselaer 6 at Sacred Heart Clarkson 5 Mercyhurst at Lake Superior 3 Robert Morris at Boston University 3 Holy Cross at Niagara 6 Canisius Michigan 7 at RIT at Nebraska-Omaha 4 Bentley at Alaska-Anchorage 4 Air Force

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 Ferris State 3 at Mercyhurst

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 at Sacred Heart 3 Bentley

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- Robert Morris closed out the 2012-13 season scoring a power-play goal in each of its AHA Quarterfinal contests against Connecticut. The Colonials also closed out the regular season with powerplay goals in consecutive games against Mercyhurst. - The Colonials return the top-five power-play goal producers from last season. Leading the group is senior forward Colin South led RMU with five power-play goals last season. One of those goals came against Niagara in overtime to defeat the nationally-ranked Purple Eagles. PENALTY KILL (T-28TH - 80.0 PERCENT [8/10]) - The Colonials are one of just 15 teams in the NCAA to have recorded a short-handed goal this season. That goal came from Cody Wydo in Friday’s loss to Lake Superior State. - After not allowing a power-play goal in six games, the Colonials allowed power-play goals in back-to-back games to Connecticut in the AHA quarterfinals. - Junior forward Cody Wydo would score three short-handed goals, a number that ranked him 2nd in the NCAA as Robert Morris led the nation with nine short-handed goals last season.

OCT. 19 | ROBERT MORRIS VS. NIAGARA


HEAD COACH DEREK SCHOOLEY

THE SCHOOLEY FILE

Head coach Derek Schooley was named the first head coach in Robert Morris history. Since taking over the program, Schooley has coached 41 players who have signed pro contracts, four players that have taken part in NHL training camps and numerous others that have participated in NHL developmental camps and tournaments. Now in his tenth year, Schooley enters the 2013-14 season with a record of 124-156-40 in his first nine seasons at Robert Morris.

RECORDS OVERALL 124-156-40 AT ROBERT MORRIS Same AGAINST CONFERENCE OPPONENTS 80-88-29

Schooley’s teams have provided college hockey and Robert Morris athletics with some major upsets in the past few seasons. In January of 2007, the Colonials knocked off No.2 Notre Dame 4-2 in South Bend, IN. In 2007-2008, Robert Morris won the prestigious Nye Frontier Classic in Anchorage, Alaska with an upset of four-time national champion and 8th ranked Boston University. However Schooley’s signature wins came in 2009-10 season with a sweep against No. 1 ranked Miami. Just three seasons later, Schooley’s Colonials would again knock of a nationally ranked Miami squad; this time it was to capture the inaugural Three Rivers Classic. During the 2012-13 season, the Colonials would knock off three nationally-ranked teams en route to a 20-win campaign. Two seven-game unbeaten streaks allowed Schooley to guide his squad to a fifth-place regular season finish. After winning the Three Rivers Classic, Schooley and his team earned their second national ranking in program history as the Colonials broke in to the polls as the No. 19 team in the country heading in to January and a nationally televised game against Army. Schooley coached senior Adam Brace to a spot on the All-Atlantic Hockey Second Team while the Colonials were tops in the NCAA in short-handed goals scored. RMU finished seventh in Atlantic Hockey during the 2011-12 season while boasting the best penalty kill in the nation as the successfully killed off 89.9 percent of their penalties. Schooley coached Cody Crichton to the All-Atlantic Hockey Third Team and Tyson Wilson to the Atlantic Hockey All-Rookie Team. Schooley led the Colonials to a banner season in 2010-11 guiding the RMU to a school record 18 wins in a season when the Colonials earned their first national ranking. Robert Morris finished fifth in its first season in the Atlantic Hockey Association and hosted its first ever postseason game in the first round of the AHA Tournament. Schooley coached Nathan Longpre and Denny Urban on the All-Atlantic Hockey first-team and helped Urban to All-American honors from the CollegeHockeyBlog.com. Schooley also coached goaltender Brooks Ostergard on the third-team all-conference honors. In the 2009-10 season at Mellon Arena (former home to the Pittsburgh Penguins), Schooley led the Colonials to their first win against a team ranked No. 1 in the nation as Robert Morris defeated Miami (OH) in the Pittsburgh College Hockey Showcase. The Colonials followed the win up with a trip to Oxford, Ohio and picked up a sweep against the 2009 National Runners-Up. During the 2008-09 campaign, Robert Morris got off to a rough start with a team consisting of only four seniors and 14 underclassmen. However, the Colonials rebounded in the second half of the season with a seven-game unbeaten streak. Their record of 10-19-7 and third place finish in College Hockey America featured a run to the CHA Championship game where Robert Morris lost an overtime heartbreaker to an eventual Frozen Four team, Bemidji State. Five of Schooley’s student-athlete’s earned honors from the CHA as Chris Margott, Nathan Longpre and Denny Urban were named to the All-CHA First Team. Brooks Ostergard and James Lyle also garnered conference laurels as they were All-CHA Rookie Team selections. In 2007-08, Schooley’s Colonials achieved their first 15 win and .500 season going 15-15-4, once again earning a third-place finish in the CHA. The 07-08 season featured many other firsts for Coach Schooley and the Colonial Hockey program. Senior forward Ryan Cruthers was named 2008 CHA Player of the Year and was nominated for the Hobey Baker Award, which is awarded annually to college hockey’s most outstanding player. Senior forward, Joel Gasper was named the CHA StudentAthlete of the Year. Besides the two major CHA Awards, the Colonials placed four members on All League teams (Cruthers 1st Team; Chris Margott 2nd Team; Nathan Longpre and Denny Urban on the All-Rookie Team). Schooley led his team to a 14-19-2 overall record and a third-place finish in the CHA in 2006-07 while placing their first member on a CHA all-league team as Aaron Clarke was named to the All-CHA 2nd Team. The Colonials advanced to the CHA Tournament finals before falling to Alabama-Huntsville, 5-4 in overtime. In 2005-06, the Colonials increased their win total to twelve wins. The Colonials fourth place finish in the CHA included a win at Schooley’s alma mater Western Michigan (CCHA) along with a win against Princeton (ECAC) and the Colonials first ever playoff win over Air Force in the CHA quarterfinals. Once again, the Colonials placed a member on the CHA All-Rookie Team (Chris Margott). In their inaugural season, the Colonials finished with an 8-21-4 overall record. Schooley and his staff would win their first ever game at Canisius on October 22, 2004 by the score of 3-1. The Colonials would finish in 3rd place at the 2004 Rensselaer Holiday Hockey Tournament with a 4-2 win over Sacred Heart. The Colonials placed two players, Jace Buzek and Chris Kaufman, on the CHA All-Rookie team. Prior to coming to Robert Morris, Schooley spent five years at the Air Force Academy. He was an Assistant Coach for four years before spending one season as an Associate Head Coach with Air Force. Before arriving at Air Force, Schooley spent a season as an assistant coach with Cornell during the 1997-98 season. Schooley started his coaching career with the Chicago Freeze of the North American Hockey League in 1997 as an assistant coach and director of scouting. Schooley has been a head coach at the USA Hockey Select 14, 15, 16 and 17 Festivals. He also has spoken at numerous USA Hockey youth coaching clinics as well as the USA Hockey Masters Coaching Clinic. In August of 2002, Schooley gained international coaching experience as he was named an assistant coach of the United States Under-18 Select Team, which placed fifth in the Junior World Cup in Breclav, Czech Republic, and Piestany, Slovakia. Following his graduation from Western Michigan, Schooley played for the Huntington Blizzard of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) during the 1994-95 season. In 66 games, he scored 18 points and compiled 151 penalty minutes. During the 1995-96 campaign, Schooley spent part of the season with the Blizzard before joining the Flint (Mich.) Generals, where he helped the team to a Colonial Hockey League (CoHL) regular season and playoff championship. A 1994 graduate of Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications, Schooley was a four-year letterwinner as a defenseman with the Broncos. As a senior during the 1993-94 campaign, he tallied 23 assists and scored 27 points in 40 games, earning Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) Defensive Player of the Week honors Feb 4, 1994. Also during the 199394 campaign he was given the KOHA Grinder of the Year award and led the Broncos in plus-minus ratio with a +22.

SCHOOLEY AS A HEAD COACH YEAR SCHOOL RECORD/FINISH 2012-13 Robert Morris 20-14-4/5th AHA 2011-12 Robert Morris 17-17-5/7th AHA 2010-11 Robert Morris 18-12-5/5th AHA 2009-10 Robert Morris 10-19-6/2nd CHA 2008-09 Robert Morris 10-19-7/3rd CHA 2007-08 Robert Morris 15-15-4/3rd CHA 2006-07 Robert Morris 14-19-2/3rd CHA 2005-06 Robert Morris 12-20-3/T-4th CHA 2004-05 Robert Morris 8-21-4/6th CHA COACHING EXPERIENCE Head Coach Robert Morris 2004-Present Associate Head Coach Air Force 2002-2003 Assistant Coach United States U18 Select Team 2002 Assistant Coach Air Force 1998-2002 Assistant Coach Cornell 1997-1998 Assistant Coach/Dir. of Scouting Chicago Freeze 1996-1997 PLAYING EXPERIENCE Flint Generals Huntington Blizzard Western Michigan Omaha Lancers VS. 2013-14 OPPONENTS Air Force American International Army Bentley Boston College Bowling Green Canisius Connecticut Holy Cross Lake Superior State Mercyhurst Niagara Ohio State Penn State RIT Sacred Heart

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UHL 1995-1996 ECHL 1994-1995 CCHA/NCAA D-I 1991-1994 USHL 1989-1990 8-11-0 9-3-1 2-2-2 4-4-2 ----8-5-1 5-3-0 3-2-1 1-7-0 4-5-4 12-27-8 3-3-2 2-0-0 5-3-3 8-0-1

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN PRONUNCIATIONS Andrew Blazek Brandon Denham David Friedman Jimmy Geerin Chase Golightly Dalton Izyk Daniel Leavens Jay Llewelyn David Rigatti Ben Robillard Cody Wydo

BLAZE-ick DENIM FREED-min GEAR-in Go-LIGHT-lee I-sic LEV-ins LEW-el-in Rih-GAH-tee Ro-BE-lard WHY-doe

BY POSITION GOALTENDERS 3 Dalton Izyk Fr. | Oswego, N.Y. Brandon Lane Fr. | Oakville, Ontario Terry Shafer So. | Penfield, N.Y. DEFENSEMEN 9 Andrew Blazek R-Sr. | Pittsburgh, Pa. Jimmy Geerin Sr. | Anchorage, Alaska Chase Golightly So. | Temecula, Calif. Rob Mann Fr. | Oshawa, Ontario Evan Moore So. | Grosse Pointe, Mich. Evan Renwick Sr. | Calgary, Alberta John Rey Fr. | Turnersville, N.J. John Walton Sr. | West Chester, Pa. Tyson Wilson R-So. | Brockville, Ontario FORWARDS 14 Matt Cope So. | Lakewood, Colo. Brandon Denham So. | Milton, Ontario David Friedmann So. | Toronto, Ontario Greg Gibson So. | Burlington, Ontario Scott Jacklin Jr. | Kimberley, British Columbia Jeff Jones Jr. | Revelstoke, British Columbia Daniel Leavens Fr. | Thornhill, Ontario Jay Llewelyn So. | Saginaw, Mich. Zac Lynch So. | Pittsburgh, Pa. David Rigatti Jr. | Pittsburgh, Pa. Ben Robillard Fr. | Ottawa, Ontario Mac Roy Sr. | Chilliwack, British Columbia Colin South Sr. | Sewickley, Pa. Cody Wydo Jr. | Southgate, Mich. BY CLASS SENIORS 6 Andrew Blazek D | Pittsburgh, Pa. Jimmy Geerin D | Anchorage, Alaska Evan Renwick D | Calgary, Alberta Mac Roy F | Chilliwack, British Columbia Colin South F | Sewickley, Pa. John Walton D | West Chester, Pa. JUNIORS 4 Scott Jacklin F | Kimberley, British Columbia Jeff Jones F | Revelstoke, British Columbia David Rigatti F | Pittsburgh, Pa. Cody Wydo F | Southgate, Mich. SOPHOMORES 10 Matt Cope F | Lakewood, Colo. Brandon Denham F | Milton, Ontario David Friedmann F | Toronto, Ontario Greg Gibson F | Burlington, Ontario Chase Golightly D | Temecula, Calif. Jay Llewelyn F | Saginaw, Mich. Zac Lynch F | Pittsburgh, Pa. Evan Moore D | Grosse Pointe, Mich. Terry Shafer G | Penfield, N.Y. Tyson Wilson D | Brockville, Ontario FRESHMEN 6 Dalton Izyk G | Oswego, N.Y. Brandon Lane G | Oakville, Ontario Daniel Leavens F | Thornhill, Ontario Rob Mann D | Oshawa, Ontario John Rey D | Turnersville, N.J. Ben Robillard F | Ottawa, Ontario

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2013-14 NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 19 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 30 31 33 44

NAME POS Terry Shafer G Evan Renwick D John Rey D Chase Golightly D Evan Moore D Rob Mann D Colin South F David Friedmann F Tyson Wilson D Jeff Jones F Jimmy Geerin D David Rigatti F John Walton D Greg Gibson F Scott Jacklin F Mac Roy F Ben Robillard F Cody Wydo F Jay Llewelyn F Daniel Leavens F Zac Lynch F Matt Cope F Brandon Lane G Dalton Izyk G Andrew Blazek D Brandon Denham F

NO. 33 28 44 9 12 16 4 31 19 11 30 26 24 27 6 5 2 3 14 22 21 1 7 15 10 23

NAME POS Andrew Blazek D Matt Cope F Brandon Denham F David Friedmann F Jimmy Geerin D Greg Gibson F Chase Golightly D Dalton Izyk G Scott Jacklin F Jeff Jones F Brandon Lane G Daniel Leavens F Jay Llewelyn F Zac Lynch F Rob Mann D Evan Moore D Evan Renwick D John Rey D David Rigatti F Ben Robillard F Mac Roy F Terry Shafer G Colin South F John Walton D Tyson Wilson D Cody Wydo F

YR So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. R-So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. R-Sr. So.

HT WT HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM 6-2 190 Penfield, N.Y. / New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs 6-3 205 Calgary, Alberta / Canmore Eagles 6-3 205 Turnersville, N.J. / Amarillo Bulls 5-10 180 Temecula, Calif. / Prince George Spruce Kings 5-11 175 Grosse Pointe, Mich. / Sioux Falls Stampede 6-4 220 Oshawa, Ontario / Penticton Vees 6-2 195 Sewickley, Pa. / Bay State Breakers 5-11 185 Toronto, Ontario / Toronto Jr. Canadiens 6-1 210 Brockville, Ontario / Brockville Braves 5-9 175 Revelstoke, British Columbia / Merritt Centennials 6-1 185 Anchorage, Alaska / Burnaby Express 6-0 190 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Texas Tornado 5-11 170 West Chester, Pa. / Philadelphia Jr. Flyers 5-10 175 Burlington, Ontario / Amarillo Bulls 6-0 185 Kimberley, British Columbia / Trail Smoke Eaters 5-11 175 Chilliwack, British Columbia / Alabama-Huntsville 5-11 195 Ottawa, Ontario / Ottawa Jr. Senators 5-10 175 Southgate, Mich. / Motor City Metal Jackets 6-4 222 Saginaw, Mich. / Carleton Place Canadians 6-2 185 Thornhill, Ontario / Newmarket Hurricanes 6-0 180 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Bay State Breakers 6-2 200 Lakewood, Colo. / Wenatchee Wild 6-1 175 Oakville, Ontario / Kanata Stallions 5-11 190 Oswego, N.Y. / Indiana Ice 6-2 180 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Topeka Roadrunners 6-4 215 Milton, Ontario / Oakville Blades

2013-14 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER YR R-Sr. So. So. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. R-So. Jr.

HT WT HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM 6-2 180 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Topeka Roadrunners 6-2 200 Lakewood, Colo. / Wenatchee Wild 6-4 215 Milton, Ontario / Oakville Blades 5-11 185 Toronto, Ontario / Toronto Jr. Canadiens 6-1 185 Anchorage, Alaska / Burnaby Express 5-10 175 Burlington, Ontario / Amarillo Bulls 5-10 180 Temecula, Calif. / Prince George Spruce Kings 5-11 190 Oswego, N.Y. / Indiana Ice 6-0 185 Kimberley, British Columbia / Trail Smoke Eaters 5-9 175 Revelstoke, British Columbia / Merritt Centennials 6-1 175 Oakville, Ontario / Kanata Stallions 6-2 185 Thornhill, Ontario / Newmarket Hurricanes 6-4 222 Saginaw, Mich. / Carleton Place Canadians 6-0 180 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Bay State Breakers 6-4 220 Oshawa, Ontario / Penticton Vees 5-11 175 Grosse Pointe, Mich. / Sioux Falls Stampede 6-3 205 Calgary, Alberta / Canmore Eagles 6-3 205 Turnersville, N.J. / Amarillo Bulls 6-0 190 Pittsburgh, Pa. / Texas Tornado 5-11 195 Ottawa, Ontario / Ottawa Jr. Senators 5-11 175 Chilliwack, British Columbia / Alabama-Huntsville 6-2 190 Penfield, N.Y. / New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs 6-2 195 Sewickley, Pa. / Bay State Breakers 5-11 170 West Chester, Pa. / Philadelphia Jr. Flyers 6-1 210 Brockville, Ontario / Brockville Braves 5-10 175 Southgate, Mich. / Motor City Metal Jackets

OCT. 19 | ROBERT MORRIS VS. NIAGARA


LAST TIME OUT ROBERT MORRIS LAKE SUPERIOR STATE

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SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – October 12, 2013 - The Robert Morris University men’s ice hockey team concluded its first road trip of the season with a second game in as many days against Lake Superior State on Saturday. Although the Colonials picked up a power-play goal from Scott Jacklin (Kimberley, British Columbia / Trail Smoke Eaters) to opening the scoring, RMU would fall after allowing three consecutive goals, 3-1. Just one game after going scoreless on seven power-play attempts, Robert Morris (0-2-0, 0-0-0 AHA) capitalized on a first-period penalty by Lake Superior State (2-0-0, 0-0-0 WCHA). Despite eight power-play opportunities, Jacklin’s goal was the only offense that RMU was able to muster. The Lakers’ parade to the penalty box began just two minutes into the opening frame. On the ensuing power play, the Colonials would record just one shot on goal. Robert Morris would get a second shot with the man advantage a short time later and this is when Jacklin would get the Colonials on the board. Cycling the puck along the right wing boards, Ben Robillard (Ottawa, Ontario / Ottawa Jr. Senators) found David Friedmann (Toronto, Ontario / Toronto Jr. Canadiens) who then dished the puck to Jacklin. Jacklin then carried the puck into the right wing circle and let go of a shot that beat Kevin Murdock, the Lake Superior State goaltender, to give the Colonials the 1-0 lead. After the power-play goal, Robert Morris would have to kill its first of three penalties in the contest. After RMU returned to full strength, Jacklin had a golden chance to increase the Colonials’ lead. Jacklin found himself in all alone on Murdock, but the Lakers’ goalie got the best of Jacklin this time with a save to keep the score 1-0. The Colonials would have a third power-play opportunity as time expired in the opening period. RMU was unable to capitalize with this man advantage as play resumed with the start of the second period despite three shots on goal. Robert Morris would have three more power-play opportunities over a span of eight minutes in the second period. The Colonials were able to get four shots on goal while on the man advantages, but shortly after the third advantage expired, Lake Superior State would tie the game. As Murdock kicked a shot into the corner boards, Lake Superior State emerged from the scrum and busted out of the defensive zone. The puck was fed to Matt Johnson who entered the offensive zone along the left wing boards and fired a shot over the shoulder of freshman goaltender Dalton Izyk (Oswego, N.Y. / Indiana Ice). A seventh power-play opportunity for Robert Morris would be cut short by an offensive zone penalty that forced the two teams to skate four-on-four. Both penalties expired without either squad taking the lead. Izyk’s collegiate debut would come to an abrupt end as he was removed from the game with four minutes remaining in the second period as he needed assistance to return to the Colonial bench after a stoppage in play. Terry Shafer (Penfield, N.Y. / New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs) would come in to replace Izyk and make two saves to ensure that the second period ended with the score tied, 1-1. It looked as though the Colonials had regained the lead in the opening seconds of the third period as a shot from the point was deflected behind Murdock. The referees deemed that the puck was deflected with a high stick and proceeded to waive off the goal as the score remained 1-1. Shortly after the disallowed goal, Robert Morris would head back to the power play for the eighth time. This man advantage would come and go without the Colonials registering a shot on goal. Almost midway through the third frame, Lake Superior State would take the lead with a goal by Andrew Dommett after a net-front scramble to put the Colonials down a goal, 2-1. With less than four minutes remaining, the Lakers would double the deficit facing Robert Morris with a goal to make the score 3-1. Lake Superior State entered the offensive zone as Kevin Czuczman released a wrist shot from the right wing circle that beat Shafer over the shoulder. Robert Morris would pull Shafer in the final minutes for an extra attacker but the move did not result in a second goal as time expired on the Colonials who suffered their second 3-1 defeat in as many days. Izyk and defenseman Rob Mann (Oshawa, Ontario / Penticton Vees) each made their collegiate debuts in the loss. Izyk recorded ten saves before leaving the game while Shafer also recorded ten saves while suffering his second loss of the season. In just his second game as a Colonial, Robillard earned his first career point with the secondary assist on Jacklin’s goal in the first period. Robert Morris outshot Lake Superior State, 28-23, as Zac Lynch (Pittsburgh, Pa. / Bay State Breakers) paced the team with five shots on goal. Defensively, Evan Renwick (Calgary, Alberta / Canmore Eagles) recorded a gamehigh three blocked shots for a second-consecutive game.

USCHO.COM OCTOBER 14, 2013 # TEAM 1. Miami (40) 2. Wisconsin (5) 3. Minnesota (2) 4. Notre Dame 5. Michigan 6. North Dakota 7. Boston College Yale (3) 9. UMass Lowell 10. Providence 11. St. Cloud State 12. Denver 13. New Hampshire 14. Quinnipiac 15. Boston University 16. Union 17. Rensselaer 18. Minnesota State 19. Cornell 20. Minnesota Duluth

PTS PR 985 2 929 3 880 5 796 8 701 11 678 7 671 4 671 6 625 1 560 14 516 9 431 17 402 13 316 10 308 19 283 16 203 15 150 11 68 NR 64 NR

ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: St. Lawrence 47, Alaska Anchorage 46, Ferris State 21, Clarkson 20, Western Michigan 17, Colorado College 15, Harvard 15, Northeastern 15, Lake Superior State 12, Niagara 12, Colgate 8, Brown 7, Nebraska Omaha 6, Sacred Heart 5, Michigan Tech 4, Bowling Green 3, Dartmouth 3, Ohio State 3, Air Force 1, Bentley 1, Canisius 1, Michigan State 1. USA TODAY/USA HOCKEY MAGAZINE OCTOBER 14, 2013 # TEAM PTS PR 1. Miami (28) 503 2 2. Wisconsin (3) 459 3 3. Minnesota 424 5 4. Notre Dame 366 8 5. Michigan 313 10 6. Boston College 302 4 Yale (3) 302 6 8. North Dakota 284 7 9. UMass Lowell 250 1 10. Providence 217 14 11. St. Cloud State 165 9 12. Denver 127 NR 13. New Hampshire 117 12 14. Quinnipiac 85 13 15. Union 58 15 ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: Boston University 48, Rensselaer 23, Minnesota State 10, Cornell 9, Minnesota Duluth 8, Colorado College 5, Brown 3, St. Lawrence 3.

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RECORD WHEN... SCORING 13-14 AHA OVERALL RMU Scores 4+ --- 40-3-2 86-16-10 Opponent Scores 4+ --- 8-23-2 13-103-10 RMU Scores 3- 0-2-0 15-42-12 38-142-30 Opponent Scores 3- 0-2-0 47-22-12 111-55-30 RMU Scores First 0-1-0 40-16-6 87-40-14 Opponent Scores First 0-1-0 15-29-8 37-118-24 One-Goal Games --- 23-17-0 45-45-0 Two-Goal Games 0-2-0 12-13-0 32-39-0 Three+-Goal Games --- 20-15-0 47-74-0 PERIODS Lead After 1st Trail After 1st Tied After 1st Lead After 2nd Trail After 2nd Tied After 2nd Overtime

13-14 0-1-0 0-1-0 --- --- 0-1-0 0-1-0 ---

AHA OVERALL 30-7-4 62-20-8 5-21-4 17-86-15 20-17-6 45-52-17 44-2-3 93-11-11 2-36-7 9-124-18 9-7-4 22-23-11 6-3-14 10-11-40

SHOTS 13-14 AHA OVERALL Outshoots Opponent 0-1-0 31-20-6 60-48-20 Outshot by Opponent 0-1-0 23-25-8 61-104-18 Shots are Tied --- 1-0-0 3-6-2 10- Shots --- --- 0-2-0 10-19 Shots --- 0-4-0 6-13-0 20-29 Shots 0-2-0 15-15-1 46-72-9 30-39 Shots --- 23-20-10 49-55-24 40-49 Shots --- 15-5-2 21-15-6 50+ Shots --- 2-1-1 2-1-1 Allows 10- Shots --- --- --Allows 10-19 Shots --- 0-2-0 1-6-0 Allows 20-29 Shots 0-1-0 14-16-2 42-42-11 Allows 30-39 Shots 0-1-0 27-20-5 57-68-16 Allows 40-49 Shots --- 13-7-5 22-34-11 Allows 50+ Shots --- 1-0-2 2-8-2 SPECIAL TEAMS 13-14 AHA OVERALL Scores a PP Goal 0-1-0 31-12-10 78-57-21 Doesn’t Score a PPG 0-1-0 24-33-4 38-80-15 Allows a PP Goal 0-1-0 22-21-8 59-94-23 Doesn’t Allow a PPG 0-1-0 33-24-6 57-43-13 Scores a SH Goal 0-1-0 10-4-1 22-9-3 Allows a SH Goal --- 5-5-0 9-22-1 GENERAL 13-14 After a Win --- After a Loss 0-1-0 After a Tie --- In Game 1 of a Series 0-1-0 In Game 2 of a Series 0-1-0 While Ranked --- Against a Top-5 Opp. --- Against a Top-10 Opp. --- Against a Top-15 Opp. --- Against a Ranked Opp. ---

AHA OVERALL 21-26-8 40-61-21 22-15-4 58-77-16 11-1-2 22-14-3 22-16-4 49-63-15 18-15-9 49-58-20 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 5-5-0 1-3-0 7-10-1 2-4-0 8-18-1 3-5-0 13-23-1

THE LAST TIME..... TEAM Recorded a Shutout at Home Recorded a Shutout on the Road Earned a Weekend Sweep at Home Earned a Weekend Sweep on the Road Scored Ten or more Goals Scored Five or more Goals Scored Four or more Power Play Goals Scored Multiple Shorthanded Goals Recorded 50 or more Shots on Goal Took Ten or more Penalties Recorded 25 or more Penalty Minutes Was Shutout at Home Was Shutout on the Road Was Swept at Home Was Swept on the Road Allowed Five or more Goals Allowed Four or more Power Play Goals Allowed 50 or more Shots on Goal Took Ten or more Penalties Recorded 25 or more Penalty Minutes

3-0 | vs. RIT (February 8, 2013) 4-0 | at Canisius (November 9, 2012) 4-1 & 6-1 | vs. Sacred Heart (March 8 & 9, 2013) 4-3 & 2-1 | at Connecticut (January 20 & 21, 2012) 10 | at Sacred Heart (December 3, 2011) 6 | vs. Sacred Heart (March 9, 2013) 4 | vs. Sacred Heart (February 2, 2013) 2 | at Quinnipiac (October 14, 2012) 50 | vs. Sacred Heart (February 1, 2013) 10 | at Miami (January 10, 2010) 29 | at Lake Superior State (October 11, 2013) 0-3 | vs. Air Force (February 25, 2012) 0-2 | at Air Force (January 25, 2013) 6-7 & 0-2 | vs. Lake Superior State (January 2 & 3, 2010) 1-3 & 1-3 | at Lake Superior State (October 11 & 12, 2013) 5 | vs. Niagara (February 16, 2013) 4 | vs. Bemidji State (January 31, 2009) 51 | vs. Miami (December 29, 2012) 10 | at Ohio State (December 7, 2012) 25 | vs. Niagara (February 16, 2013)

INDIVIDUAL Scored Four or more Goals 4 | Nathan Longpre vs. Quinnipiac (October 31, 2009) Recorded a Hat Trick 3 | Adam Brace vs. American International (March 2, 2012) Recorded Four or more Assists 4 | Adam Brace vs. Sacred Heart (March 9, 2013) Recorded Three or more Assists 3 | Adam Brace vs. Sacred Heart (February 2, 2013) Recorded Five or more Points 5 | Nathan Longpre vs. Quinnipiac (October 31, 2009) Recorded Multiple Power Play Goals 2 | Cody Wydo vs. Sacred Heart (February 2, 2013) Recorded a Shorthanded Goal 1 | Cody Wydo at Lake Superior State (October 11, 2013) Recorded Ten or more Shots on Goal 10 | Nathan Longpre at Army (January 21, 2011) Recorded a +5 or better +/- Rating +5 | Denny Urban at American International (January 4, 2008) Took Five or more Penalites 5 | Jeff Gilbert at Alabama-Huntsville (January 13, 2007) Recorded 20 or more Penalty Minutes 24 | Zach Hervato vs. Connecticut (January 12, 2013) Recorded 50 or more Saves 51 | Eric Levine vs. Miami (December 29, 2012)

VENUE 13-14 AHA OVERALL At Home --- 29-13-7 59-50-22 At Mellon / CONSOL --- 3-2-0 4-4-1 On the Road 0-2-0 22-29-7 58-100-16 GAMEDAY 13-14 AHA OVERALL On Monday --- --- 2-1-0 On Tuesday --- 0-1-0 1-3-2 On Wednesday --- --- 0-1-1 On Thursday --- 1-2-0 1-4-0 On Friday 0-1-0 25-19-5 51-67-15 On Saturday 0-1-0 23-22-9 57-74-19 On Sunday --- 6-1-0 12-8-3 In Afternoon Games 0-1-0 9-6-2 28-23-7 In Night Games 0-1-0 46-39-12 96-134-33 In October 0-2-0 10-11-0 22-30-2 In November --- 8-6-2 19-30-6 In December --- 13-2-4 17-17-9 In January --- 9-12-3 26-35-10 In February --- 12-9-3 31-26-9 In March --- 4-6-2 10-21-4 CONFERENCES 13-14 AHA OVERALL Against the AHA --- 44-35-13 53-41-17 Against the Big Ten --- --- --Against the ECAC --- 4-3-0 8-19-1 Against the Hockey East --- --- 2-2-1 Against Independents --- 4-0-0 5-0-1 Against the NCHC --- --- --Against the WCHA 0-2-0 0-4-0 1-13-0

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER HIGHS #1 TERRY SHAFER, SO., G SAVES 32 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 11, 2013 MINUTES 60:00 at Canisius Nov. 9, 2012 GOALS ALL. 5 vs. Bentley Nov. 3, 2012 ASSISTS --#2 EVAN RENWICK, SR., D POINTS 2 Two Times GOALS 1 vs. AIC March 3, 2012 ASSISTS 2 Two Times +/- +3 vs. Penn State Dec. 28, 2012 #3 JOHN REY, FR., D POINTS --GOALS --ASSISTS --+/- -1 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 11, 2013 #4 CHASE GOLIGHTLY, SO., D POINTS 2 vs. RIT Feb. 9, 2013 GOALS 1 Two Times ASSISTS 2 vs. RIT Feb. 9, 2013 +/- +3 vs. Penn State Dec. 28, 2012 #5 EVAN MOORE, SO., D POINTS 2 at Army Jan. 5, 2013 GOALS --ASSISTS 2 at Army Jan. 5, 2013 +/- +3 vs. Sacred Heart March 9, 2013 #6 ROB MANN, FR., D POINTS --GOALS --ASSISTS --+/- --#7 COLIN SOUTH, SR., F POINTS 3 Four Times GOALS 2 Five Times ASSISTS 2 Four Times +/- +3 at RIT Oct. 25, 2012 #9 DAVID FRIEDMANN, SO., F POINTS 2 at AIC Jan. 19, 2013 GOALS 1 Six Times ASSISTS 2 at AIC Jan. 19, 2013 +/- +4 vs. Penn State Dec. 28, 2012 #10 TYSON WILSON, R-SO., D POINTS 2 Two Times GOALS 1 Three Times ASSISTS 1 Fourteen Times +/- +2 Four Times #11 JEFF JONES, JR., F POINTS 3 at RIT Oct. 25, 2012 GOALS 1 Eight Times ASSISTS 2 Three Times +/- +2 Three Times #12 JIMMY GEERIN, SR., D POINTS 3 at Sacred Heart Dec. 3, 2011 GOALS 1 Two Times ASSISTS 2 at Sacred Heart Dec. 3, 2011 +/- +4 at Sacred Heart Dec. 3, 2011 #14 DAVID RIGATTI, JR., F POINTS 1 Four Times GOALS --ASSISTS 1 Four Times +/- +2 vs. Holy Cross Jan. 13, 2012 #15 JOHN WALTON, SR., D POINTS --GOALS --ASSISTS --+/- ---

#16 GREG GIBSON, SO., F POINTS 1 Eleven Times GOALS 1 Seven Times ASSISTS 1 Four Times +/- +1 Eight Times #19 SCOTT JACKLIN, JR., F POINTS 4 vs. Bentley Nov. 2, 2012 GOALS 2 at Sacred Heart Dec. 3, 2011 ASSISTS 4 vs. Bentley Nov. 2, 2012 +/- +3 Two Times #21 MAC ROY, SR., F (WITH RMU) POINTS 2 at AIC Jan. 19, 2013 GOALS 1 Three Times ASSISTS 1 Four Times +/- +2 at AIC Jan. 19, 2013 #22 BEN ROBILLARD, FR., F POINTS 1 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 12, 2013 GOALS --ASSISTS 1 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 12, 2013 +/- --#23 CODY WYDO, JR., F POINTS 3 Two Times GOALS 2 Seven Times ASSISTS 2 vs. Niagara Feb. 16, 2013 +/- +4 vs. Penn State Dec. 28, 2012 #24 JAY LLEWELYN, SO., F POINTS 1 vs. Bentley Nov. 3, 2012 GOALS 1 vs. Bentley Nov. 3, 2012 ASSISTS --+/- +1 Five Times #26 DANIEL LEAVENS, FR., F POINTS --GOALS --ASSISTS --+/- --#27 ZAC LYNCH, SO., F POINTS 2 vs. RIT Feb. 9, 2013 GOALS 1 Five Times ASSISTS 2 vs. RIT Feb. 9, 2013 +/- +1 Nine Times #28 MATT COPE, SO., F POINTS 2 vs. Sacred Heart March 9, 2013 GOALS 1 Five Times ASSISTS 1 Four Times +/- +2 vs. Sacred Heart March 9, 2013 #30 BRANDON LANE, FR., G SAVES --MINUTES --GOALS ALL. --ASSISTS --#31 DALTON IZYK, FR., G SAVES 10 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 12, 2013 MINUTES 35:41 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 12, 2013 GOALS ALL. 1 at Lake Superior St. Oct. 12, 2013 ASSISTS --#33 ANDREW BLAZEK, R-SR., D POINTS 3 vs. Sacred Heart Feb. 1, 2013 GOALS 2 at AIC Jan. 19, 2013 ASSISTS 2 Three Times +/- +3 Four Times #44 BRANDON DENHAM, SO., F POINTS 1 Four Times GOALS 1 vs. Miami Dec. 29, 2012 ASSISTS 1 Three Times +/- +1 Six Times

THIS DAY IN HISTORY OCTOBER 19, 2007 The Robert Morris University men’s ice hockey team fell to Wisconsin, 7-2, Friday evening. With the loss, the Colonials are now, 2-1, on the season. The Badgers jumped out to a quick first period, 3-0, lead with the first of their four power-play goals. Ben Street scored first for Wisconsin just 29 seconds into the period, Kyle Klubertanz scored 6 minutes later and Ryan McDonagh capped off the first period with a goal at the 12:57 mark of the first session. Junior Jason Towsley (LaSalle, Ontario / Leamington Flyers) got the Colonials on the board with his third goal of the season 13:43 into the second period. Freshman Nathan Longpre (Peterborough, Ontario / Mahoning Valley Phantoms) picked up an assist on the play. Wisconsin added another power-play goal inside the dreaded one minute mark, with three seconds left in the period, giving them a 4-1 lead at intermission. Wisconsin picked up two more power-play goals to open the third session by Kyle Turris and Blake Geoffrion, before Street added his second goal of the game, making the score 7-1 with just over eight minutes remaining in the final frame. Senior Sean Berkstresser (Apollo, Pa. / Pittsburgh Forge) added a power-play goal for the Colonials with just under 1:30 left in the game, while Longpre and Jake Sparks (Evergreen, Colo. / Central Texas Blackhawks) grabbed the assists on the goal. Senior Christian Boucher (Orleans, Ontario / Milton Icehawks) was credited with his first loss of the season, allowing four goals in twoperiods of work. Boucher made 22 saves on 26 shots. Sophomore Wes Russell (Springfield, Ill. / Quinnipiac) made nine saves on 12 shots during the third period. Shane Connelly stopped 24-of26 saves tallying the win. For the game, Wisconsin out shot RMU 38-26. RMU went 1-for-12 on the power-play and Wisconsin went 4-for-9.

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SITUATIONAL SCORING EVEN STRENGTH Five-on-Five Four-on-Four Five-on-Six (Empty Net) Six-on-Five (Extra Attacker)

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POWER PLAY Five-on-Four Five-on-Three Four-on-Three Penalty Shot

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RESULTS DATE Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 25 Oct. 26

OPPONENT RESULT GOALIE (SV) Lake Superior State L | 1-3 Shafer (L - 32) Lake Superior State L | 1-3 Izyk (10), Shafer (L - 10) Niagara Ohio State Ohio State

Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 22 Nov. 23

Penn State Canisius RIT Air Force Holy Cross Holy Cross

Dec. 6 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 27 Dec. 28

Bentley Bentley Mercyhurst Penn State Boston College / Bowling Green

Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 31

Sacred Heart Sacred Heart Connecticut Connecticut AIC AIC Air Force Air Force Army

Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 28

Army RIT RIT Niagara Niagara Canisius Canisius Mercyhurst

GOALS Wydo (SH) Jacklin (PP)

March 1 Mercyhurst

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GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS GAME 1 2 3 OT T ROBERT MORRIS 0 1 0 --- 1 @ Lake Superior State 1 1 1 --- 3 ROBERT MORRIS 1 0 0 --- 1 @ Lake Superior State 0 1 2 --- 3 ROBERT MORRIS vs. Niagara ROBERT MORRIS @ Ohio State ROBERT MORRIS vs. Ohio State ROBERT MORRIS vs. Penn State ROBERT MORRIS vs. Canisius ROBERT MORRIS vs. RIT ROBERT MORRIS @ Air Force ROBERT MORRIS vs. Holy Cross ROBERT MORRIS vs. Holy Cross ROBERT MORRIS @ Bentley ROBERT MORRIS @ Bentley ROBERT MORRIS @ Mercyhurst ROBERT MORRIS vs. Penn State ROBERT MORRIS vs. Boston College/Bowling Green ROBERT MORRIS @ Sacred Heart ROBERT MORRIS @ Sacred Heart ROBERT MORRIS @ Connecticut ROBERT MORRIS @ Connecticut ROBERT MORRIS vs. American Int’l ROBERT MORRIS vs. American Int’l ROBERT MORRIS vs. Air Force ROBERT MORRIS vs. Air Force ROBERT MORRIS vs. Army ROBERT MORRIS vs. Army ROBERT MORRIS @ RIT ROBERT MORRIS @ RIT ROBERT MORRIS @ Niagara ROBERT MORRIS vs. Niagara ROBERT MORRIS vs. Canisius ROBERT MORRIS @ Canisius ROBERT MORRIS @ Mercyhurst ROBERT MORRIS vs. Mercyhurst

ROBERT MORRIS Opponent

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THE STARS OF THE YEAR

SV PEN-MIN PPG-PPA SHG ENG FW-FL PCT 32 9 - 29 0 / 7 1 0 31 - 31 .500 26 9 - 18 2 / 7 0 0 31 - 31 .500 20 3 - 6 1 / 8 0 0 30 - 35 .462 27 8 - 16 0 / 3 0 0 35 - 30 .538

PLAYER Cody Wydo

1ST 2ND 3RD PTS --- --- 1 1

Players earn three points for the first star, two points for the second star, and one point for the third star. OCT. 11 3rd - Wydo

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52 53

12 - 35 17 - 34

1 / 15 2 / 10

1 0

0 0

61 - 66 .480 66 - 61 .520

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GOALIE BREAKDOWN OVERALL Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% 1 35:41 1 1.68 10 .909 --- --- --- --- --- --2 80:54 5 3.71 42 .894 2 120:00 6 3.00 52 .897

HOME Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ---

ROAD Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% 1 35:41 1 1.68 10 .909 --- --- --- --- --- --2 80:54 5 3.71 42 .894 2 120:00 6 3.00 52 .897

1ST PER. Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA 1 19:49 0 --- --- --- 1 20:00 1 2 39:49 1

GAA SV SV% 0.00 8 1.000 --- --- --3.00 16 .941 1.51 24 .960

2ND PER. Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA 1 15:52 1 --- --- --- 2 24:08 1 2 40:00 2

GAA SV SV% 3.78 2 .667 --- --- --2.49 10 .909 3.00 12 .857

3RD PER. Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- --2 36:46 3 4.90 16 .842 2 36:46 3 4.90 16 .842

OVERTIME GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% Dalton Izyk --- --- --- --- --- --Brandon Lane --- --- --- --- --- --Terry Shafer --- --- --- --- --- --TEAM --- --- --- --- --- --OCTOBER Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% 1 35:41 1 1.68 10 .909 --- --- --- --- --- --2 80:54 5 3.71 42 .894 2 120:00 6 3.00 52 .897

NOVEMBER GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% Dalton Izyk --- --- --- --- --- --Brandon Lane --- --- --- --- --- --Terry Shafer --- --- --- --- --- --TEAM --- --- --- --- --- --DECEMBER GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% Dalton Izyk --- --- --- --- --- --Brandon Lane --- --- --- --- --- --Terry Shafer --- --- --- --- --- --TEAM --- --- --- --- --- --JANUARY Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ---

FEBRUARY GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% Dalton Izyk --- --- --- --- --- --Brandon Lane --- --- --- --- --- --Terry Shafer --- --- --- --- --- --TEAM --- --- --- --- --- --MARCH Dalton Izyk Brandon Lane Terry Shafer TEAM

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INDIVIDUAL SCORING BREAKDOWN PLAYER TOTAL EVEN Andrew Blazek --- --- Matt Cope --- --- Brandon Denham --- --- David Friedmann 0-1-1 --- Jimmy Geerin --- --- Greg Gibson 0-1-1 --- Chase Golightly --- --- Scott Jacklin 1-0-1 --- Jeff Jones --- --- Daniel Leavens --- --- Jay Llewelyn --- --- Zac Lynch --- --- Rob Mann --- --- Evan Moore --- --- Evan Renwick --- --- John Rey --- --- David Rigatti --- --- Ben Robillard 0-1-1 --- Mac Roy --- --- Colin South --- --- John Walton --- --- Tyson Wilson --- --- Cody Wydo 1-0-1 --- TEAM

PP SH HOME AWAY --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- 1-0-1 --- --- 1-0-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-0-1 --- 1-0-1

1ST 2ND 3RD --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- 1-0-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1-0-1 ---

OT -----------------------------------------------

2-3-5 --- 1-2-3 1-1-2 --- 2-3-5 1-2-3 1-1-2 --- ---

MONTHLY SCORING BREAKDOWN PLAYER Andrew Blazek Matt Cope Brandon Denham David Friedmann Jimmy Geerin Greg Gibson Chase Golightly Scott Jacklin Jeff Jones Daniel Leavens Jay Llewelyn Zac Lynch Rob Mann Evan Moore Evan Renwick John Rey David Rigatti Ben Robillard Mac Roy Colin South John Walton Tyson Wilson Cody Wydo

OCT --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- 0-1-1 --- 1-0-1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 0-1-1 --- --- --- --- 1-0-1

NOV --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

DEC --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

JAN --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FEB --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

MAR TOTAL --- ----- ----- ----- 0-1-1 --- ----- 0-1-1 --- ----- 1-0-1 --- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 0-1-1 --- ----- ----- ----- ----- 1-0-1

TEAM

2-3-5 --- --- --- --- --- 2-3-5

GP MIN GA GAA SV SV% --- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ----- --- --- --- --- ---

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RANKING RMU

MULTIPLE EFFORTS POINTS PLAYER Andrew Blazek Matt Cope David Friedmann Jimmy Geerin Chase Golightly Scott Jacklin Jeff Jones Zac Lynch Evan Moore Evan Renwick Colin South Tyson Wilson Cody Wydo

2013-14 CAREER 2P 3P 4P TOT REC 2P 3P --- --- --- --- --- 6 1 --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 7 --- --- --- --- --- --- 4 1 --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 2 --- --- --- --- --- --- 6 4 --- --- --- --- --- 2 --- --- --- --- --- --- 12 2

4P --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

TOT REC 7 7-0-0 1 1-0-0 1 1-0-0 1 1-0-0 1 0-1-0 8 8-0-0 5 5-0-0 1 0-1-0 1 1-0-0 2 2-0-0 10 6-4-0 2 2-0-0 14 14-0-0

LAST 2/1/13 vs. Sacred Heart (1g, 2a) 3/9/13 vs. Sacred Heart (1g, 1a) 1/19/13 at AIC (2a) 12/3/11 at Sacred Heart (1g, 2a) 2/9/13 vs. RIT (2a) 2/1/13 vs. Sacred Heart (1g, 1a) 2/2/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2a) 2/9/13 vs. RIT (2a) 1/5/13 at Army (2a) 3/9/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2a) 3/16/13 at Connecticut (2a) 12/3/11 at Sacred Heart (1g, 1a) 3/9/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2g)

GOALS PLAYER Andrew Blazek Scott Jacklin Colin South Cody Wydo

2013-14 CAREER 2G 3G 4G TOT REC 2G 3G --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 5 --- --- --- --- --- --- 7 ---

4G TOT REC --- 1 1-0-0 --- 1 1-0-0 --- 5 2-3-0 --- 7 7-0-0

LAST 1/19/13 at AIC (2g) 12/3/11 at Sacred Heart (2g) 2/16/13 vs. Niagara (2g) 3/9/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2g)

ASSISTS PLAYER Andrew Blazek David Friedmann Jimmy Geerin Chase Golightly Scott Jacklin Jeff Jones Zac Lynch Evan Moore Evan Renwick Colin South Cody Wydo

2013-14 CAREER 2A 3A 4A TOT REC 2A 3A --- --- --- --- --- 4 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 3 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- 2 --- --- --- --- --- --- 4 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 ---

4A TOT REC --- 4 4-0-0 --- 1 1-0-0 --- 1 1-0-0 --- 1 0-1-0 1 1 1-0-0 --- 3 3-0-0 --- 1 0-1-0 --- 1 1-0-0 --- 2 2-0-0 --- 4 3-1-0 --- 1 1-0-0

LAST 2/1/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2a) 1/19/13 at AIC (2a) 12/3/11 at Sacred Heart (2a) 2/9/13 vs. RIT (2a) 11/2/12 vs. Bentley (4a) 2/2/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2a) 2/9/13 vs. RIT (2a) 1/5/13 at Army (2a) 3/9/13 vs. Sacred Heart (2a) 3/16/13 at Connecticut (2a) 2/16/13 vs. Niagara (2a)

TEAM RANKINGS SCORING OFFENSE 1.00

AHA NCAA T-9th T-44th

SCORING DEFENSE

3.00

T-3rd

POWER PLAY

6.7 %

9th

PENALTY KILL

80.0 % T-5th

SHOTS PER GAME

27.50

4th

32nd

SHOTS AGAINST / GM 29.00

3rd

T-23rd

T-31st 41st T-28th

INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS AHA NCAA POWER-PLAY GOALS Scott Jacklin 1 T-1st T-8th SHORT-HANDED GOALS Cody Wydo 1

T-1st

SCORING PERCENTAGE Scott Jacklin .333 Cody Wydo .250

T-5th T-36th T-12th T-81st

FACEOFFS WON Greg Gibson

T-14th T-86th

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T-1st

FACEOFF PERCENTAGE David Friedmann .733 Ben Robillard .700 Brandon Denham .667 Greg Gibson .652

2nd 7th T-9th 11th

10th T-20th T-31st 44th

BLOCKED SHOTS Evan Renwick

6

T-3rd

T-15th

PENALTIES David Friedmann

3

T-3rd

T-18th

PENALTY MINUTES David Friedmann

17

T-2nd

T-6th

SAVE PERCENTAGE Terry Shafer

.894

6th

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SCORING BY CLASS SENIORS Andrew Blazek Jimmy Geerin Evan Renwick Mac Roy Colin South John Walton TOTALS JUNIORS Scott Jacklin Jeff Jones David Rigatti Cody Wydo TOTALS

GOALS AST PTS --- --- ----- --- ----- --- ----- --- ----- --- ----- --- ---

GOALS AST PTS 1 --- 1 --- --- ----- --- --1 --- 1 2 --- 2 PTS ----1 1 -----------

--- 2 2

FRESHMEN GOALS AST PTS Daniel Leavens --- --- --Rob Mann --- --- --John Rey --- --- --Ben Robillard --- 1 1 TOTALS

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LEFT WING CENTER RIGHT WING GP RECORD GOALS ASSISTS POINTS Wydo Jacklin Lynch 2 0-2-0 2 0 2 South Friedmann Robillard 2 0-2-0 0 2 2 Cope Gibson Denham 2 0-2-0 0 1 1 Roy Rigatti Leavens 1 0-1-0 0 0 0 Roy Rigatti Llewelyn 1 0-1-0 0 0 0

--- --- ---

SOPHOMORES GOALS AST Matt Cope --- --- Brandon Denham --- --- David Friedmann --- 1 Greg Gibson --- 1 Chase Golightly --- --- Jay Llewelyn --- --- Zac Lynch --- --- Evan Moore --- --- Tyson Wilson --- --- TOTALS

SCORING BY LINES

--- 1

1

SCORING BY DEFENSIVE PAIRINGS LEFT DEFENSE RIGHT DEFENSE Moore Wilson Renwick Golightly Blazek Rey Blazek Mann

GP 2 2 1 1

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

GOALS 0 0 0 0

ASSISTS 0 0 0 0

POINTS 0 0 0 0

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POWER PLAY BREAKDOWN DATE OPPONENT 1ST Oct. 11 Lake Superior State 0-3 Oct. 12 Lake Superior State 1-2 Oct. 19 Niagara Oct. 25 Ohio State Oct. 26 Ohio State Nov. 1 Penn State Nov. 8 Canisius Nov. 9 RIT Nov. 16 Air Force Nov. 22 Holy Cross Nov. 23 Holy Cross Dec. 6 Bentley Dec. 7 Bentley Dec. 14 Mercyhurst Dec. 27 Penn State Dec. 28 Boston College / Bowling Green Jan. 4 Sacred Heart Jan. 5 Sacred Heart Jan. 9 Connecticut Jan. 10 Connecticut Jan. 17 AIC Jan. 18 AIC Jan. 24 Air Force Jan. 25 Air Force Jan. 31 Army Feb. 1 Army Feb. 7 RIT Feb. 8 RIT Feb. 13 Niagara Feb. 15 Niagara Feb. 21 Canisius Feb. 22 Canisius Feb. 28 Mercyhurst March 1 Mercyhurst

2ND 0-3 0-5

3RD 0-1 0-1

MONTH-BY-MONTH OT --- ---

TOTAL 0-7 1-8

TOTALS 0-2-0 ---

--- 0-2-0

SCORING GOALS G/GM ASTS POINTS October 2 1.00 3 5 November --- --- --- --December --- --- --- --January --- --- --- --February --- --- --- --March --- --- --- --TOTALS 2 1.00 3

2ND 2-2 1-1

3RD 0-1 1-1

OT --- ---

TOTAL 5-7 3-3

5

GOALTENDING October November December January February March

GAA 3.00 --- --- --- --- ---

TOTALS

3.00 .897

POWER PLAY October November December January February March

PENALTY KILL BREAKDOWN DATE OPPONENT 1ST Oct. 11 Lake Superior State 3-4 Oct. 12 Lake Superior State 1-1 Oct. 19 Niagara Oct. 25 Ohio State Oct. 26 Ohio State Nov. 1 Penn State Nov. 8 Canisius Nov. 9 RIT Nov. 16 Air Force Nov. 22 Holy Cross Nov. 23 Holy Cross Dec. 6 Bentley Dec. 7 Bentley Dec. 14 Mercyhurst Dec. 27 Penn State Dec. 28 Boston College / Bowling Green Jan. 4 Sacred Heart Jan. 5 Sacred Heart Jan. 9 Connecticut Jan. 10 Connecticut Jan. 17 AIC Jan. 18 AIC Jan. 24 Air Force Jan. 25 Air Force Jan. 31 Army Feb. 1 Army Feb. 7 RIT Feb. 8 RIT Feb. 13 Niagara Feb. 15 Niagara Feb. 21 Canisius Feb. 22 Canisius Feb. 28 Mercyhurst March 1 Mercyhurst

RECORD OVR AHA HOME AWAY October 0-2-0 --- --- 0-2-0 November --- --- --- --December --- --- --- --January --- --- --- --February --- --- --- --March --- --- --- ---

TOTALS

PPG 1 --- --- --- --- --- 1

PENALTY KILL KILLS October 8 November --- December --- January --- February --- March --- TOTALS PENALTIES October November December January February March TOTALS

8 PEN. 12 --- --- --- --- --- 12

SV PCT. .897 -----------

ATT. 15 --- --- --- --- ---

PCT. 6.7 -----------

15 6.7 ATT. 10 --- --- --- --- ---

PCT. 80.0 -----------

10 80.0 MIN PIM/GM 35 17.5 --- ----- ----- ----- ----- --35 17.5

FACEOFFS WON LOST PCT. October 61 66 .480 November --- --- --December --- --- --January --- --- --February --- --- --March --- --- --TOTALS

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2013-14 BOXSCORES GAME #1

GAME #2

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2013 TAFFY ABEL ARENA SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2013 TAFFY ABEL ARENA SAULT STE. MARIE, MICHIGAN

ROBERT MORRIS LAKE SUPERIOR ST.

ROBERT MORRIS LAKE SUPERIOR ST.

0 1 0 1 1 1 1 3

FIRST PERIOD LSS - Alex Globke (PP) (Zach Sternberg, Dan Radke) SECOND PERIOD LSS - Matt Bruneteau (Colin Campbell, Alex Globke) RMU - Cody Wydo (SH) (Greg Gibson)

16:01

1:03

FIRST PERIOD RMU - Scott Jacklin (PP) (David Friedmann, Ben Robillard)

19:39

THIRD PERIOD LSS - Chris Ciotti (PP) 18:02 (Zach Sternberg, Andrew Dommett) SHOTS RMU - 27 (10-8-9) LSS - 35 (17-9-9)

SHOTS RMU - 28 (8-15-5) LSS - 23 (8-5-10) Shafer (L) Murdock (W)

58:35 60:00

POWER PLAYS RMU - 0-7 (6 shots) LSS - 2-7 (12 shots) ATTENDANCE

6:20

SECOND PERIOD LSS - Matt Johnson 10:06 (Garret Clemment, Jayson Angus) THIRD PERIOD LSS - Andrew Dommett (Garret Clemment, Chris Ciotti) LSS - Kevin Czuczman (Daniel Vernace)

SAVES RMU - 32 (16-8-8) LSS - 26 (10-7-9)

SAVES RMU - 10 (8-2-0) 10 (0-2-8) LSS - 22 (7-15-5)

Izyk Shafer (L) Murdock (W)

8:44 16:19

35:41 22:19 60:00

POWER PLAYS RMU - 1-8 (10 shots) LSS - 0-3 (3 shots) 1,538 ATTENDANCE

16

1 0 0 1 0 1 2 3

1,628

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MIH 10/19 vs. Niagara