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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Media Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 Media Outlets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Outlook

5-10

BC at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Roster/Pronunciation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-11

Staff

2010-11 Game Summaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45-52 Class of 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53-57 2011 Individual Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58

11-18

Head Coach Jerry York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-15 Assoc. Head Coach Cavanaugh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Asst. Coach Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Asst. Coach Logue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Dir. of Operations Hegarty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18

2011-12 Eagles

19-40

2010-11 Review

41-58

Captain Tommy Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-21 Assistant Captain Barry Almeida . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Assistant Captain Paul Carey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Returning Players . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-36 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37-39 TV/Radio Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40

2010-11 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 2010-11 Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 2010-11 G-A-Pts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

Hockey East

59-66

2010-11 Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 BC in Hockey East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 BC vs. Hockey East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 BC vs. Hockey East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 BC vs. Hockey East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 BC vs. Hockey East . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 2011 NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 BC vs. All Opponents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66

History

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Letterwinners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68-71 Year-by-Year Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72-73 Annual Leaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74-75 Honor Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76-78 Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79-81 Single-Season Records - Individual . . . . . . . . . . . . .82 Single-Season Superlatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83 Miscellaneous Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 Retirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85-90 Legends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91-93 1991 Hobey Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94 2000 Hobey Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95 BC in the NCAA Tournament . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96-97

1949 National Championship Team . . . . . . . . . . . .98 2001 National Championship Team . . . . . . . . . . . .99 2008 National Championship Team . . . . . . . . . . .100 2010 National Championship Team . . . . . . . . . . .101 BC in the Beanpot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102-103 Eagles A to Z . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104-105 Names, Faces, Places . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106-107 Uniform History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108-109 Hat Tricks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110-111 Shutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112 World Junior Championship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Year-by-Year Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114-126

University

127-136

Eagles in the NHL

137-144

Boston College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128-129 President Fr. Leahy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Director of Athletics Gene DeFilippo . . . . . . . . . .131 Athletics Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132-133 Sr. Assoc. AD Tom Peters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Hockey Student Support Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Conte Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135 Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136

Eagles in the NHL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 All-Time NHL Stats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139-141 Draft History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142-143 BC - The NHL’s First Choice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .144

2011-12 Boston College Hockey Media Guide Credits

The 2011-12 Boston College hockey yearbook is a copyright pr oduction of the Boston College Media Relations Of fice, Conte Forum, Suite 321, Chestnut Hill, Mass., 02467. The publication was written, compiled and edited by assistant dir ector of media relations Tim Clark and assistant athletics dir ector Dick Kelley with assistance fr om associate athletics director Chris Cameron, assistant athletics director Stephanie Tunnera, assistant director Matt Lynch, assistant director Suzanna Ollove, media relations assistants Josh Lentine and Ashley Robbins, senior administrative assistant emerita Stephanie O’Leary and student assistant Nicholas Dow . Page layout and design coordinated by Chad Laytham of IMG College Publishing in Lexington, Ky. Special thanks to Boston College ar chivist Amy Braitsch and ar chives assistant Shelley Barber at Burns Library , photographer John Quackenbos, Melissa Wade of U.S. College Hockey Online.com, Getty Images, Barry Chin of the Boston Globe photographic depar tment, Boston Bruins and Celtics of ficial photographer Steve Babineau, White House photographer Eric Draper, Dave Sandford of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Alex T rautwig and the entire photographic department at The Heights, Jet Comm ercial Photographers, Bruce Bennett Studios, Gr eater Boston Convention and Visitors' Bureau and the National Hockey League. Printing by Ebsco Media, Birmingham, Al. © Boston College, Athletics Media Relations Office, 2011. All rights reserved.

On the Covers

The front cover of the 2010-11 Boston College hockey yearbook featur es captain Tommy Cross, assistant captain Barry Almeida and assistant captain Paul Car ey. The back cover displays the 2011-12 Boston College Hockey Schedule and features seniors Tommy Atkinson, Edwin Shea and Chris Venti. The inside front cover depicts Boston College hockey’s honors and awards. The inside back cover highlights Boston College's r ecent trips to the Frozen Four.


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MEDIA INFORMATION 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

BC Media Relations 321 Conte Forum Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02467 Office: 617-552-3004 Press Box: 617-552-4747 Fax: 617-552-4903 Website: www.bceagles.com

Chris Cameron Associate Athletics Director/Media Relations

Dick Kelley Assistant Athletics Director/Media Relations

Media Information

The Boston College media r elations office is pleased to work with members of the media to meet their needs covering our hockey program.

Credentials

All requests for working pr ess credentials for 2011-12 Boston College home hockey games should be made at least two days prior to the game in question. Please dir ect all cr edential requests to Tim Clark Assistant Director/Media Relations Boston College 321 Conte Forum Chestnut Hill, Mass. 02467 timothy.clark@bc.edu Office: 617.552.8841 Cell: 857.233.3536 Please include your name, af filiation, address, cell phone and e-mail address on all requests. All credentials should be picked up at the pr ess will call table outside the first-floor elevator on the south side (Beacon Street side) of Conte Forum.

Interview Policies

Stephanie Tunnera Assistant Athletics Director/Media Relations

Tim Clark Assistant Director/Hockey Contact

All interviews with Boston College hockey players or coaches must be arranged thr ough the media relations office. It is suggested that 48 hours notice be given for an inter view request. The Media Relations Office will arrange an interview time that is mutually convenient for the player and media r epresentative. Players are not to be called in their dormitory rooms, nor should they be contacted via cell phone, facebook or email. Rather, players will return telephone calls to members of the media. Players will not be asked to miss classroom time for interviews.

Press Facilities

Matt Lynch Assistant Director/Media Relations

Boston College’s hockey pr ess box is located above the spectators’ seating ar ea on the south side of Kelley Rink. The pr ess box can be accessed by taking the elevator on the building’s south side to the fourth level. Writers and game operations personnel will be assigned seats in the two open areas of the fourth-floor press box. Television crews, radio crews and home and visiting coaches will be assigned booths adjacent to the writers’ work space.

Media Suite

Zanna Ollove Assistant Director/Media Relations

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Press Hospitality

Food and refreshments are served approximately two hours prior to faceof f in the Conte Forum Media Suite. Beverages are served on the fourth floor press box.

The Conte Forum media suite is located on the building’s ground floor. To access the media suite, enter the visitor’ s skating lobby on the ground floor of the south side and pr oceed approximately 150 feet down the hallway located directly in the front right.

Internet Access

Wireless Internet access is available throughout Conte Forum. To gain access to the secur e network, connect to a wir ed network jack or the wireless network called “BostonCollege.” Open a Web browser and type http://www .bc.edu. Follow the network activation steps and you will be asked to restart your machine.

Photographers

Photographers also will be issued cr edentials through the Media Relations Of fice, and will be allowed to shoot fr om a staging ar ea on the concourse level (south side) of Conte Forum. Shooting from the penalty-box ar ea is r estricted to Boston College-affiliated personnel. Special r equests may be made to media relations personnel.

Radio Broadcasts

Radio booths are available for the visiting commercial stations on the fourth floor of the press box. Telephone lines have been pr e-installed in each booth. Stations wishing to br oadcast a game should contact the BC media r elations office at 617-552-3004 at least two weeks prior to the contest. The fee is $100 per (analog) line. Stations wishing to use ISDN lines should notify the Media Relations Of fice, and also should contact Paul Flynn in the Boston College Network Services Office at (617) 552-8920.

TV Broadcasts

A television broadcast booth is located at center ice on the four th floor of the pr ess box. This location has been pr e-wired with multiple triaxial cable drops. Any network production unit televising a game fr om Conte Forum/Kelley Rink must use this pre-installed cable.

Post-Game Interviews

The Boston College locker room is closed to all members of the media. Head coach Jerry Y ork and requested players will be available for interviews following a brief cooling-off period. After home games, York will address the media representatives in the media workr oom, located on the first floor (nor th side) of Conte Forum. Media wishing to interview players should notify appropriate members of the BC media r elations staff just prior to or at the conclusion of the game. Every ef fort will be made to bring requested players to the interview area. Visiting teams will also conduct their post-game interviews in the media workroom.

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES


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MEDIA INFORMATION 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

BOSTON COLLEGE 2011-12 HOCKEY QUICK FACTS

www.bceagles.com

All Boston College hockey information is available to the media on the Internet at www.bceagles.com. Releases, line charts, statistics and game r ecaps are available. Information about Boston College and the other nine Hockey East institutions is available at www.hockeyeastonline.com

Radio

A live radio broadcast of each game is available free of char ge over the Internet at www.bceagles.com. Boston College radio broadcasts will be handled by play-by-play announcer Jon Rish and expert analyst Ken Hodge. Rish, a 1994 graduate of Boston College, begins his 15th year calling the Eagles. He began his tenure with the Eagles as the color analyst during the 1997-98 season befor e switching to play-by-play duties during the 1998-99 season. He also works for WEEI 850 AM.

GENERAL Location . . . . . . . . .Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1863 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14,500 President . . . . . . . . .Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . .Gene DeFilippo Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eagles Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Maroon and Gold Home Arena . . . . . . . .Silvio O. Conte Forum Home Rink (Capacity) . .Kelley Rink (7,884) Rink Size . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 x 85 Conference . . . . . . . .Hockey East Association 2010-11 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . .30-8-1 2010-11 Conference Record . . . . . . . . .20-6-1 2010-11 Conference Finish . . . . . . . . . . .First Lettermen Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . .18/6 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 HOCKEY Head Coach . .Jerry York (Boston College ’67) Career Record . . . . . . .880-547-93 (39 years) Record at BC . . . . . . . .413-212-59 (17 years) Associate Head Coach . . . . .Mike Cavanaugh (Bowdoin ’90) Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . .Greg Brown (Boston College ’90) Jim Logue (Boston College ’61) Hockey Office Phone . . . . . . .(617) 552-3028 Dir. Hockey Operations. . . . . . . .John Hegarty Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bert Lenz

Strength & Conditioning . . . . . .Russ DeRosa Captain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tommy Cross Assistant Captains .Barry Almeida, Paul Carey MEDIA RELATIONS Assoc. AD/Media Relations . . .Chris Cameron Asst. AD/Media Relations . . . . . . .Dick Kelley Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(617) 552-3039 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(857) 233-3272 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .kelleyri@bc.edu Asst. Director/Media Relations/ Hockey Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tim Clark Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .617-552-8841 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .857-233-3536 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . .timothy.clark@bc.edu Media Relations Fax . . . . . . .(617) 552-4903 Press Box Phone . . . . . . . . . . .(617) 552-4747 Mailing Address . . . . . . . . .321 Conte Forum Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.bceagles.com Twitter Account . . . . . . . . .@BCHockeyNews MISCELLANEOUS Sr. Assoc. AD/ Hockey Administrator . . . . . . . . . .Tom Peters Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(617) 552-4682 Rink Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Norm Reid Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(617) 552-2916 Hockey Ticket Manager . . . . .Matt Thompson Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(617) 552-2420

Hodge, a BC star in the mid-1980s, begins his 12th year as the color analyst. He still holds the BC record for assists by a fr eshman (44) and ranks among the top 25 on the car eer scoring list. After leaving the Heights, he enjoyed a four-year career in the National Hockey League, including two years with the Boston Bruins.

Television

The New England Sports Network (NESN) will be the primary broadcast home of Hockey East. Versus and CBS College Spor ts also are scheduled to televise select games.

Twitter

Keep up with all Boston College men’ s hockey news (in shor t form) by following at www.twitter.com/BCHockeyNews

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

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PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Print Media

The Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Boulevard Boston, MA 02107 617-929-2860 www.boston.com/sports sports@globe.com Joe Sullivan, Sports Editor John Powers, Columnist Kevin Paul DuPont, Senior Writer Nancy Marrapese-Burrell, Writer Fluto Shinzawa, Writer The Boston Herald 1 Herald Square Boston, MA 02106 617-619-6651 www.bostonherald.com sports@bostonherald.com Hank Hryniewicz, Sports Editor John Connolly, Writer Rich Thompson, Writer Steve Conroy, Writer Steve Buckley, Columnist Associated Press 184 High Street Boston, MA 02110 617-357-8100 apboston@ap.org Jimmy Golen, Writer Ken Powtak, Writer

WBZ-TV (CBS, Channel 4) 1170 Soldiers Field Road Brighton, MA 02134 617-787-7338 cbs4boston.com Jackie Connally, Producer Steve Burton, Reporter Dan Roche, Reporter

Internet Media

WCVB-TV (ABC, Channel 5) 5 TV Place Needham, MA 02494 781-433-4700 www.thebostonchannel.com Mike Lynch, Sports Anchor Mike Dowling, Reporter

U.S. College Hockey Online www.uscho.com Jim Connelly, Senior Writer Todd Milewski, Executive Editor Dave Hendrickson, Hockey East Columnist Melissa Wade, Photographer Inside College Hockey www.insidecollegehockey.com Joe Gladziszewski, Writer Jess Myers, Writer College Hockey News www.collegehockeynews.com Adam Wodon, Editor in Chief Joe Meloni, Writer Eagle Action www.eagleaction.com Eric Hoffses, Writer Bob Van Wert, Writer

Metrowest Daily News 33 New York Avenue Framingham, MA 01701 508-626-3987 www.metrowestdailynews.com Art Davidson, Sports Editor Len Megliola, Columnist The Enterprise 60 Main Street Brockton, MA 02403 508-427-4048 www.enterprise.southofboston.com sports@enterprisenews.com Jim Fenton, Writer Patriot-Ledger 400 Crown Colony Drive Quincy, MA 02169 617-786-7060 www.patriotledger.com sports@ledger.com Eric McHugh, Reporter

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The Heights (Student weekly) McElroy Commons Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 617-552-2221 www.bcheights.com Paul Sulzer, Sports Editor Alex Trautwig, Photographer

ESPN.com 1 ESPN Plaza Bristol, CT 06010 David Albright, College Sports Editor Jack McCluskey, Writer/Editor (ESPNBoston.com)

Television

NESN (New England Sports Network) 480 Arsenal St., Building #1 Watertown, MA 02472 617-927-1360 www.nesn.com sports@nesn.com Russ Kenn, Producer Heather Barraclough, Producer Tom Caron, Studio Host, Play-by-play Steve Garabedian, Feature Producer

WHDH-TV (NBC, Channel 7) 7 Bulfinch Place Boston, MA 02114 617-725-0800 www.whdh.com Joe Amorosino, Sports Anchor Koon Lam, Producer Rhett Lewis, Reporter Larry Ridley, Reporter WFXT-TV (Fox, Channel 25) 25 Fox Drive Dedham, MA 02027 781-467-1344 www.wfxt.com Butch Stearns, Sports Anchor Comcast SportsNet 42 Third Ave. Burlington, MA 01803 781-270-7200/7365 comcastsportsnet.com Catharine DeVito, Assignment Editor NECN (New England Cable News) 160 Wells Avenue Newton, MA 02459 617-630-5000 www.necn.com Morry Levine, Sports Director Mike Giardi, Reporter

Radio

Boston College IMG Sports Network Duke Little, General Manager, Boston College IMG Sports Marketing duke.little@imgworld.com Office: 617-552-8986 Cell: 617-935-6323 Jon Rish 9 Lacosta Drive Natick, MA 01760 cell: (774) 286-9538 Ken Hodge 13 Longfellow Drive Newburyport, MA 01950 cell: (978) 314-9850 Jon Rish and Ken Hodge handle commentary on live br oadcasts of all Boston College hockey games, which are streamed live (free of charge) over the Internet at: www.bceagles.com WEEI (850 AM) 20 Guest Street, 3rd Floor Brighton, MA 02135 617-779-3549 www.weei.com Jason Wolfe, Program Director WBZ (1030 AM) 1170 Soldiers Field Road Brighton, MA 02134 617-787-7250 www.wbz1030.com wbzradio1030@wbz1030.com Walt Perkins, Reporter WZBC (90.3 FM-student) Boston College McElroy Commons Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 617-552-3511 Sean Lane, Broadcaster

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES


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BOSTON COLLEGE AT AT GLANCE 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

University Information

Location: Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded: 1863 Nickname: Eagles Colors: Maroon and Gold Enrollment: 9,099 (undergraduates), 14,460 (total) Home Rink: Kelley Rink (7,884) President: Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. NCAA Faculty Representative: Robert Taggart Athletics Director: Gene DeFilippo Senior Associate Athletic Director/Hockey Administrator: Tom Peters Assistant Director/Media Relations: Tim Clark Athletics Department Website: bceagles.com

Hockey Information

2010-11 Overall Record: 30-8-1 2010-11 Conference Record (Finish): 20-6-1 (First) Final Ranking: No. 5/No. 5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 18/6 Newcomers: 9

Staff

Name (Alma Mater, Year) Title Jerry York (Boston College, ’67) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Head Coach Mike Cavanaugh (Bowdoin, ’90) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Associate Head Coach Greg Brown (Boston College, ’90) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Assistant Coach Jim Logue (Boston College, ’61) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Assistant Coach John Hegarty (Boston College, ’94) . . . . .Director of Hockey Operations Bert Lenz (Castleton State, ’91) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Trainer Russ DeRosa (Springfield, ’95) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Strength Coach

Returning Statistical Leaders Brian Dumoulin Pat Mullane Paul Carey Chris Kreider Barry Almeida Goaltending Parker Milner

GP 37 39 38 32 38

G 3 8 13 11 8

A 30 21 13 13 13

GP 9

Returning in 2011-12

Pts. Sh. Sh.% Pen-Min PP SH 33 45 .067 3-6 2 0 29 69 .116 7-14 4 0 26 87 .149 9-18 5 0 24 118 .093 17-37 2 1 21 67 .119 11-22 2 1 Min. 380:20

GAA 2.68

Save% .899

W-L-T 3-2-0

LETTERMEN RETURNING (18) D Patch Alber, F Barry Almeida, F Bill Arnold, F T ommy Atkinson, F Patrick Brown, F Paul Car ey, D Tommy Cross, D Brian Dumoulin, F Brooks Dyroff, F Kevin Hayes, F Chris Kr eider, D Isaac MacLeod, G Parker Milner, F Pat Mullane, D Edwin Shea, G Chris V enti, D Patrick Wey, D Steven Whitney Goaltenders (2): Milner, Venti Defensemen (6): Alber, Cross, Dumoulin, MacLeod, Shea, Wey Forwards (10): Almeida, Arnold, Atkinson, T ., Brown, Carey, Dyroff, Hayes, K., Kreider, Mullane, Whitney, S.

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2010-11 Schedule & Results

Date Oct. 9 Oct. 15 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 29 Oct. 30 Nov. 2 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 19 Nov. 21 Nov. 26 Nov. 28 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. 30 Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 25

Opponent at Northeastern at Denver at Denver at Notre Dame Merrimack at Merrimack UMass-Lowell New Hampshire at Vermont at Vermont Maine Maine at Merrimack Vermont at Boston Univ. Boston Univ. vs. Colgate vs. Mercyhurst Providence at Providence at Maine at Boston Univ. UMass-Lowell at UMass-Lowell Massachusetts vs. Boston Univ. at Providence vs. Northeastern Northeastern at Northeastern at Massachusetts Massachusetts New Hampshire at New Hampshire Massachusetts Massachusetts vs. Northeastern vs. Merrimack vs. Colorado Col.

W/L Score Att. TV W 2-0 4,666 W 6-2 6,036 FSN RM W 3-0 6,023 L 1-2 2,857 W 3-2 6,715 L 2-4 2,772 W 5-2 3,322 L 1-2 6,473 W 3-2 4,007 L 3-5 4,007 W 4-0 7,126 W 4-1 5,765 L 3-5 2,772 W 6-0 4,909 W 9-5 6,150 CBS CSN W 5-2 7,884 CBS CSN W 6-5 3,410 W 4-1 2,828 W 4-1 7,884 NESN W 3-1 2,107 L 1-4 5,001 CBS CSN W 3-2 6,150 NESN W 5-3 7,623 W 5-1 6,488 W 5-0 6,821 W 3-2 17,565 NESN W 3-0 2,217 W 7-6 17,565 NESN T 7-7 7,884 L 1-2 4,666 W 4-3 6,274 W 2-1 7,884 W 4-0 7,884 NESNplus W 4-3 6,501 W 4-1 2,868 W 4-2 3,341 W 5-4 16,003 NESN W 5-3 14,571 NESNplus L 4-8 5,024 ESPNU/ESPN3

NEWCOMERS (9) G Brad Barone, D Mark Begert, G Brian Billett, F John Gaudreau, F Danny Linell, F Michael Sit, F Quinn Smith, F Cam Spir o, F Destry Straight Goaltenders (2): Barone, Billett Defensemen (1): Begert Forwards (6): Gaudreau, Linell, Sit, Smith, Spiro, Straight LETTERMEN LOST (6) F Cam Atkinson, F Brian Gibbons, F Jimmy Hayes, G John Muse, D Philip Samuelsson, F Joe Whitney Goaltenders (1): Muse Defensemen (1): Samuelsson Forwards (4): Atkinson, C., Gibbons, Hayes, J., Whitney, J.

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2011-12 ROSTER 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 35

Name Brian Billett Brian Dumoulin Patch Alber Tommy Cross Mark Begert Patrick Wey Isaac MacLeod Edwin Shea Barry Almeida Danny Linell Pat Mullane Kevin Hayes Johnny Gaudreau Brooks Dyroff Cam Spiro Destry Straight Michael Sit Chris Kreider Steven Whitney Paul Carey Patrick Brown Bill Arnold Quinn Smith Tommy Atkinson Brad Barone Chris Venti Parker Milner

Cl. Fr Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Head Coach: Associate Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Director of Hockey Operations: Athletic Trainer: Strength Coach: Captain: Assistant Captains:

Pronunciations Brian DUMOULIN Barry ALMEIDA Chris KREIDER Patrick WEY

Do-mah-lin Al-mee-dah Cry-der Way

Pos. G D D D D D D D F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F G G G

Ht. 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-8 5-8 5-11 6-3 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-7 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-8 5-11 6-0 6-1

Wt. 190 225 170 215 190 210 210 190 183 185 190 205 150 190 195 165 160 225 162 196 200 210 165 165 180 175 200

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

Previous Team/Hometown NH Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)/Brunswick, ME NH Jr. Monarchs (EJHL)/Biddeford, ME Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL)/Clifton Park, NY Westminster/Simsbury, CT Coquitlam Express (BCHL)/West Vancouver, BC Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)/Pittsburgh, PA Penticton Vees (BCHL)/Nelson, BC Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL)/Shrewsbury, MA Omaha Lancers (USHL)/Springfield, MA Choate Rosemary Hall/Great Neck, NY Omaha Lancers (USHL)/Wallingford, CT Noble and Greenough/Dorchester, MA Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)/Carneys Point, NJ Phillips Andover (MA)/Boulder, CO Tabor Academy/Hingham, MA Coquitlam Express (BCHL)/West Vancouver, BC Edina/Edina, MN Phillips Andover/Boxford, MA Lawrence Academy/Reading, MA Indiana Ice (USHL)/Weymouth, MA Cranbrook Kingswood/Bloomfield Hills, MI US Natl. Team Dvlpmt. Program/Needham, MA Avon Old Farms/Fairfield, CT Avon Old Farms/Greenwich, CT South Shore Kings (EJHL)/Medfield, MA Buckingham, Browne & Nichols/Needham, MA Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)/Pittsburgh, PA

Jerry York (Boston College ’67) Mike Cavanaugh (Bowdoin ’90) Greg Brown (Boston College ’90) Jim Logue (Boston College ’61) John Hegarty (Boston College ’94) Bert Lenz (Castleton State ’91) Russ DeRosa (Springfield ’95) Tommy Cross Barry Almeida, Paul Carey

Alphabetical Roster 3 9 24 28 29 5 1 23 22 4 2 14 13 12 19 10 7 35 11 8 18 27 15 17 30 6 21

Patch Alber Barry Almeida Bill Arnold Tommy Atkinson Brad Barone Mark Begert Brian Billett Patrick Brown Paul Carey Tommy Cross Brian Dumoulin Brooks Dyroff Johnny Gaudreau Kevin Hayes Chris Kreider Danny Linell Isaac MacLeod Parker Milner Pat Mullane Edwin Shea Michael Sit Quinn Smith Cam Spiro Destry Straight Chris Venti Patrick Wey Steven Whitney

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s Boston College pr epares for its 89th season of hockey, it does so under the direction of Jerry Y ork for the 18th straight time. As York prepares for his 18th season guiding his alma mater and his 40th season of head coaching, he does so with a consistent, calculated approach, coupled with unbridled intrigue and enthusiasm. For York and his assistant coaches — Mike Cavanaugh, Greg Brown and Jim Logue — have put together a 2011-12 club that featur es 18 returning letterwinners from last winter’s team — no doubt a sour ce of gr eat encouragement. Last year’s Eagles finished the season with a 308-1 record and won the Ledyar d Classic title at Dartmouth College, the Beanpot title, the Hockey East r egular-season championship and the Hockey East Tournament championship. Yet the staff also must adjust and evaluate, for absent from this year’ s roster are four of last year’s top five scor ers, 45 per cent of its total offense and a 144-game star ter in goal — no doubt a source of intrigue and perhaps a reason to pause for concern. “As you star t a new year , you always look back at last year’s team and its graduating seniors,” the coach said. “In this case, it’s one of the truly outstanding groups.” In four seasons at Boston College, each member of the graduation class of 2011 were integral components of teams that captur ed three Hockey East Tournament titles, thr ee Beanpot championships, two N CAA Division I Championships and one Hockey East r egularseason title, establishing a four -year standard previously unreached among a program that has piled up an unparalleled total of league titles and N CAA T ournament victories since Y ork assumed control of it in 1994. “They left an indelible mark on BC hockey ,” the coach said. Joe Whitney, last year’ s team captain and Brian Gibbons, one of two of last year’s assistant captains, became the fifth and sixth players in the York era to eclipse 100 career assists, joining Hobey Baker r ecipient Mike Mottau and AllAmericans Brian Gionta, Ben Eaves and Jef f Farkas. Meanwhile John Muse backstopped BC to 89 wins and was the team’ s goaltender for nine tournament championships, tallying a school-record 3,696 career saves. Yet in addition to vacancies left by graduating seniors, York and his staf f must cope with the loss of 52-point scor er Cam Atkinson, 20-goal scorer Jimmy Hayes and pr omising young defenseman Philip Samuelsson. “Another factor is that we’ve lost three undergraduates to N HL contracts,” the coach said. “When you look at our r oster without Cam Atkinson, Jimmy Hayes and Philip Samuelsson 8

— each who elected to turn pr o — ther e are some pretty big holes to fill.” The group — six in total — combine for 780 games of experience, an average of 130 games per player. “Having said that, we think our r eturning players are ready to step up and play bigger roles,” York said. So the staff will continually evaluate the personnel, allowing players to fill r oles previously occupied by graduates or vacancies that wer e previously occupied by players opting to sign professional contracts, all the while aiming to integrate a group of nine newcomers that naturally undergo adjustments to competing at the collegiate level. “The incoming fr eshmen have plenty of potential and will be given chances to r eally help us in this building pr ocess which we go through trying to establish our identity and set goals for our club for the 2011-12 season.” The team is built on sound defense. Six-foot1, 200-pound junior Parker Milner returns as the leading candidate to assume goaltending duties. Also r eturning are six stur dy defensemen, including 2011-12 team captain Tommy Cross and first-team All-American Brian Dumoulin, whose average height and weight is 6-foot-2 and 203 pounds and who have combined to total 403 games of experience. “Defensively, we return the key ingredients to our club,” York said. Up front, the programs’s forwards are known for dynamic skating abilities and of fensive creativity. Ten letterwinning forwards return, including senior assistant captains Barry Almeida and Paul Carey. “Paul Carey and Barry Almeida are two players that have quietly done a very good job with our hockey team,” the coach said. “They’r e noticed by coaches and they’re noticed by teammates.” Coupled with 20-point-scoring juniors Chris Kreider, Pat Mullane and Steven Whitney, the returnees accounted for 48 percent of last year’s goals, 59 per cent of the team’ s assists and 55 percent of the team’s total points. The team’s season will begin at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, N.D. on Oct. 7. At that time, 20 to 21 skaters among a r oster of 27 will dress, preparing to begin a collective quest aimed to conclude at the St. Pete T imes Forum in Tampa, Fla. on April 7, exactly five months from its official beginning. “Even though we’ve lost some outstanding personnel, we still feel that we have the nucleus to have a team that’ s going to be one that has some real potential to become a str ong team as we go through a very strong schedule.”

“John Muse was r ock solid for four years. Now we’re looking at junior Parker Milner who has played some very strong games for us in goal and certainly should be the No. 1 candidate to take the spot. He’s going to be pushed by thr ee other goaltenders. Chris Venti is coming back for his four th year with us and the addition of Brian Billett and Brad Barone will make that position very competitive.” Head coach Jerry York

Goaltenders

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 2/1 Newcomers: 2 Parker Milner, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound junior, and Chris Venti, a 6-foot, 175-pound senior, are the returnees in net. Milner has played in 19 games during his first two seasons. He went 102-1 as a freshman, including an 8-1-1 r ecord, a league-low 1.93 goals against average and a league-high .921 save percentage in league play, and 3-2-0 as a sophomore. Venti returns for his senior campaign having played in five games. Two newcomers — Brad Barone and Brian Billett — will pr ovide York and his staf f with options and depth at the position. Bar one, a Medfield, Mass. native, comes to the Heights having recorded an 18-11-5 r ecord in 37 r egular-season games as a goalie for the South Shore Kings in 2010-11. Billett, a Brunswick, Maine native, played each of the last thr ee seasons with the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs, and notched 62 r egular-season victories and was selected an East Coast Junior Hockey League All-Star three times. “Tommy Cross will be a major factor for us and we anticipate an outstanding year fr om our captain. Edwin Shea, who is now in his fourth year, will bring a lot of experience. Each of those two players, coupled with the three outstanding juniors in Brian Dumoulin, Patch Alber and Patrick W ey, make us feel very optimistic about the r eturnees at the position.” Head coach Jerry York

Defensemen

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 6/1 Newcomers: 1 Tommy Cross, who ser ved as one of two assistant captains prior to his election as captain for the 2011-12 season, and Edwin Shea, a veteran of 95 collegiate games, ar e the senior returnees along Boston College’s blueline. Cross, a Simsbury, Conn. native, has played in 90 games in his three seasons. Last winter, he recorded career-bests in goals (seven), assists (11) and points (18). A second-r ound draft

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choice of the Boston Bruins, Cr oss earned Hockey East All-Tournament honors last March after he registered five points — one goal and four assists — in four playof f victories en route to the championship. “Tommy Cross has had a major impact on our program as far as leadership — right fr om his freshman year on,” Y ork said. “His work habits, his ability to be an outstanding teammate and his genuine inter est in academics ar e a few examples of so many positive things from Tommy Cross that we’ve seen.” Shea, a Shrewsbury, Mass. resident, has registered a positive plus-minus rating in each of his three seasons. The 6-foot, 190-pound defenseman enters his senior campaign with a plus-31 mark in 95 career games. Three junior defensemen — Patch Alber, Brian Dumoulin and Patrick Wey — have 194 games of combined experience. Alber played in 34 games as a sophomor e. A Clifton Park, N .Y. native, Alber has amassed a two-year plus-minus rating of plus-35. “Patch Alber has been a surprise,” Y ork said. “He was a r ecruited walk on who has earned a scholarship. Patch will play a lot of minutes for us this year.” Dumoulin is a 6-foot-4, 225-pound junior who was a 2010-11 first-team All-America selection. He captured the league’s top defenseman honor as well as the Bob Manahan awar d as the best collegiate defenseman in N ew England. Wey is a 6-foot-3, 210-pound pr oduct of Pittsburgh, Pa. He has played in 64 games in his two seasons. Dumoulin and W ey — and for ward Chris Kreider — each wer e participants in last winter’s World Junior Championship in Buf falo, N .Y., as members of the U.S. N ational Junior

Team that captured a bronze medal. Isaac MacLeod, at 6-foot-4, 210-pounds, returns for a very pivotal sophomor e season having seen action in 24 games in year one. A native of Nelson, British Columbia, MacLeod is a fifth-round draft choice of the San Jose Sharks. The lone newcomer joining the Eagles’ defensive corps is Mark Begert, a 6-foot, 190-pound defenseman from West Vancouver, British Columbia. Begert played the 2010-11 season with the Coquitlam Expr ess of the British Columbia Hockey League after playing the pr evious two seasons with the Nor th West Giants of the BC Major Midget League. “I like our look up fr ont. We have two very good senior left wingers in Paul Car ey and Barry Almeida. They will spearhead that senior class. The junior class includes three very key players for us in Chris Kr eider, Pat Mullane and Steven Whitney . W e expect them to be str ong, dominant players in the conference this year.” Head coach Jerry York

Forwards

Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/4 Newcomers: 6 Senior forwards Barry Almeida and Paul Carey represent Boston College’s two returning players with more than 100 games of collegiate experience entering the 2011-12 season. Almeida leads all BC players with 115 games played. The 5-foot-8, 183-pound senior has 52 career points — 23 goals and 29 assists. Car ey has seen action in 103 career games and has 56 career points — 27 goals and 29 assists. “This year, the play of Paul Car ey and Barry Almeida is going to show dividends of the har d work they’ve put in over the last thr ee years.

They will be key players for us up fr ont in all areas of the game.” Three junior forwards — Chris Kreider, Pat Mullane and Steven Whitney — return having seen action in at least 70 games in their first two seasons. Mullane leads the group with 81 games and 57 combined points thr ough his sophomor e campaign. The versatile 5-foot-11, 190-pound junior is the leading r eturnee to the team’s power-play units and the top r eturnee at the faceof f circle. Mullane registered 14 man-advantage points as a sophomore and boasts a car eer faceoff win percentage of 58 percent (579-of-995). Kreider has played in 70 games and has r egistered 47 career points. A two-time participant in the W orld Junior Championships in late December and early January as well as the World Championships in May as a member of the U.S. National teams, Kreider enters his junior campaign having benefitted from vast exposure to international competition. Whitney has played in 78 games and has tallied 44 points in his first two BC seasons. The 5-foot-7, 162-pound junior r egistered 16 points in 36 games as a sophomore. He recorded 28 points during his 42-game fr eshman campaign. York also points to 6-foot, 210-pound sophomore Bill Arnold, last year’ s recipient of the Bernie Burke awar d to the most outstanding freshman, and 6-foot-3, 215-pound classmate Kevin Hayes, a first-r ound draft choice of Chicago, for added pr oduction and impressive sophomore campaigns. Senior Tommy Atkinson, who saw action in 20 games last winter, and junior Brooks Dyroff, who played in nine games in 2010-11, will add depth to the Eagle forward lines. Six newcomers — Johnny Gaudreau, Danny Linell, Michael Sit, Quinn Smith, Cam Spiro and Destry Straight — will bolster the Eagle forward lines and compete for ice time. Gaudreau, who hails fr om Carneys Point, N.J., was a fourth-round selection of Calgary in the 2011 NHL Draft after earning United States Hockey League (USHL) Rookie of the Y ear honors as a member of the Dubuque Fighting Saints in 2010-11. Linell, of Gr eat Neck, N.Y., earned team MVP honors as a senior forward at Choate Rosemary Hall. Sit is a pr oduct of Edina, Minn., who r egistered 40 points in 30 games and earned All-Lake Conference honors as a senior captain. Smith, a Fair field, Conn. native, played the 2010-11 season for the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL after having played his prep school hockey at Avon Old Farms before graduating in 2010. Spir o is a Hingham, Mass. resident, who earned NEPSIHA All-N ew England honors as a senior at

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Eagles Chosen To Repeat As League Champions

Boston College has been chosen as the preseason favorite to win the league r egular-season title voted on by the Hockey East Coaches. BC earned seven first-place votes and a total of 88 points. Boston University was picked second with thr ee first-place votes and 80 points, 11 points ahead of N ew Hampshir e. Maine and Merrimack rounded out the top five selections. It marks the 11th time in the last 14 seasons that the Eagles have been selected as the pr eseason favorite, or co-favorite, to win the conference crown.

2011-12 Hockey East Preseason Coaches’ Poll

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Team (First-Place Votes) Points Boston College (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 Boston University (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . .83 New Hampshire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 Maine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Merrimack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 Vermont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 Massachusetts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Northeastern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 UMass-Lowell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Providence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26

League Dominance

Boston College won its record 11th league regular-season title after finishing its confer ence schedule with a 20-6-1 r ecord last winter. The title marked the program's fifth Hockey East regular-season championship under Jerry York. BC captured four regular-season titles in five years from 2000-01 to 2004-05. With its 5-3 win over Merrimack in the Hockey East championship game, Boston College earned its league-best 10th Hockey East Tournament title, including its eighth under head coach Jerry York.

Did You Know?

… that in 4 seasons at Boston College, last year’ s graduating class — Joe Whitney , Brian Gibbons and John Muse — captur ed 3 Hockey East Tournament titles, 3 Beanpot championships, 2 national championships and 1 Hockey East r egular-season title? 10

THE 2010-11 EAGLES AT A GLANCE

Lettermen (returning/lost): 18/6 * - indicates letters won LETTERMEN RETURNING (18) Pos. Name Cl. D Patch Alber** Jr. D Tommy Cross*** Sr. D Brian Dumoulin** Jr. D Edwin Shea*** Sr. D Patrick Wey** Jr. D Isaac MacLeod* So. F Bill Arnold* So. F Barry Almeida*** Sr. F Tommy Atkinson* Sr. F Patrick Brown* So. F Paul Carey*** Sr. F Brooks Dyroff* Jr. F Kevin Hayes* So. F Chris Kreider** Jr. F Pat Mullane** Jr. F Steven Whitney** Jr. Name Cl. G Parker Milner** Jr. G Chris Venti* Sr. LETTERMEN LOST (6) Pos. Name Cl. F Cam Atkinson*** Jr. F Brian Gibbons**** Sr. F Jimmy Hayes*** Jr. D Philip Samuelsson** So. F Joe Whitney**** Sr. Name Cl. G John Muse**** Sr.

Ht. 5-10 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-8 5-8 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-3 5-11 5-7 Ht. 6-1 6-0

Wt. 170 215 225 190 210 210 210 183 165 200 196 190 205 225 190 162 Wt. 200 175

Ht. 5-8 5-8 6-5 6-2 5-6 Ht. 5-11

Wt. 175 165 220 198 170 Wt. 180

How the Eagles Were Built

BY STATE/PROVINCE British Columbia (3): Mark Begert . . . . . . . . . . . . .West Vancouver Isaac MacLeod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nelson Destry Straight . . . . . . . . . .West Vancouver Colorado (1): Brooks Dyroff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Boulder Connecticut (4): Tommy Atkinson . . . . . . . . . . . . .Greenwich Tommy Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Simsbury Pat Mullane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wallingford Quinn Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fairfield Maine (2): Brian Dumoulin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Biddeford Brian Billett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brunswick Massachusetts (10): Barry Almeida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Springfield Bill Arnold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Needham Brad Barone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Medfield … that last year’s Eagles were the youngest team among the 49 teams in Division I college hockey reporting birthdates with an average age of 20

2010-11 Statistics GP +/G-A-Pts 34 +19 2-7—9 28 +13 7-11—18 37 +23 3-30—33 36 +8 0-1—1 37 +20 1-7—8 27 -4 0-3—3 39 +10 10-10—20 38 +9 8-13—21 20 +1 1-0—1 29 +1 0-1—1 38 +17 13-13—26 9 0 0-0—0 31 -3 4-10—14 32 0 11-13—24 39 +12 8-21—29 36 0 6-10—16 GP GAA Save% W-L-T 9 2.68 .899 3-2-0 2 0.00 1.000 0-0-0 2010-11 Statistics GP +/G-A-Pts 39 +21 31-21—52 39 +26 18-33—51 39 +13 21-12—33 39 +17 4-12—16 39 +7 5-26—31 GP GAA Save% W-L-T 34 2.30 .920 27-6-1

Paul Carey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Weymouth Kevin Hayes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dorchester Chris Krieder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Boxford Edwin Shea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Shrewsbury Cam Spiro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hingham Chris Venti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Needham Steven Whitney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Reading Michigan (1): Patrick Brown . . . . . . . . . . .Bloomfield Hills Minnesota (1): Michael Sit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Edina New Jersey (1): John Gaudreau . . . . . . . . . . . .Carneys Point New York (2): Patch Alber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Clifton Park Danny Linell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Great Neck Pennsylvania (2): Parker Milner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pittsburgh Patrick Wey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pittsburgh years, 297 days as of New Year’s Day 2011? … and that the average age of this year’s Eagles is 20 years, 212 days as of October 2011?

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HEAD COACH JERRY YORK 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

AS A COACH

AS A PLAYER

• Enters his 40th season as a head coach; spent seven years (1972-79) at Clarkson

• Earned All-America first team and All-New England honors in 1966-67

and 15 years (1979-94) at Bowling Gr een • Begins the 2011-12 season as college hockey’s second all-time winningest coach (first among active Division I coaches) with 880 wins • Is one of only thr ee coaches in N CAA history to lead two dif ferent schools to national titles; led Bowling Green to the 1984 NCAA title, and Boston College to the 2001, 2008 and 2010 NCAA titles • Had his Boston College jersey r etired on April 12, 2010 during the pr ogram’s national championship celebration on O’Neill plaza • Was awarded the Lester Patrick T rophy, presented for outstanding ser vice to hockey in the United States, in October 2010 • Earned the 1976-77 Spencer Penrose Trophy as the nation’s Division I Coach of the Year • Twice earned Hockey East Coach of the Y ear honors – in 2003-04 and 2010-11; also earned 2003-04 New England Coach of the Year honors • Earned CCHA Coach of the Year honors in 1981-82 • Has led 20 teams to 25 or mor e wins; has guided four teams to 30 or mor e victories • Assumed the head coaching duties at Boston College, his alma mater , on June 15, 1994 • Has led Boston College to nine N CAA T ournament “Frozen Four” ber ths — 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010 • Has led the Eagles to eight Hockey East Tournament titles — 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011 • Earned his 800th collegiate victory with a 5-2 win against Minnesota on Mar ch 29, 2008 in Worcester, Mass.; earned his 850th collegiate victory with a 5-0 win against Wisconsin in the national championship game on April 10, 2010 in Detroit, Mich. • Served as head coach of a US Select T eam that competed in the Kitimat (British Columbia) Cup in the spring of 1995 • Assumed the head post at Bowling Gr een on April 10, 1979 • Led Bowling Green to six NCAA Tournament berths • Led Bowling Green to four CCHA regular-season titles, including three consecutive crowns from 1981-84, and one CCHA tournament title • Was inducted into the Bowling Green State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003 • Became the youngest head coach in the nation when he accepted the top job at Clarkson at age 26 • Guided Clarkson to 125 wins, six ECAC playof fs and one ECAC title in seven years • Coached under Boston College’s two legendary coaches; began his career as John “Snooks” Kelley’s graduate assistant (1968-69), and ser ved two years (1970-72) as Len Ceglarski’s assistant coach at Clarkson

• Was the 1966-67 recipient of the Walter Brown Award (as the top American-born player in New England) • Served as team captain and earned team MVP honors as a senior • Was a three-year letterman at Boston College • Led the Eagles to a 60-26 r ecord, the 1965 Beanpot title and a second-place finish in the 1965 NCAA Tournament • Earned All-East honors as a junior • Scored 134 points (64 goals, 70 assists) in his 81-game collegiate car eer • Ranks among the school’s all-time leaders in: car eer points, career goals, career assists, single-season points and single-season assists • Was inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1982

EDUCATION

• Graduated from Boston College High School in 1963 • Earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Boston College in 1967 • Also earned a master’s of education degree and a CAES in counseling psychology from Boston College

PERSONAL

• Born July 25, 1945 in Watertown, Mass. • His wife, Bobbie, is a W est Roxbury (Mass.) native and 1969 Boston College graduate • They have two children — Laura and Brendan

Winningest Coaches In NCAA History 1. Ron Mason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .924 2. Jerry York (BC)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .880 3. Jack Parker* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .853 4. Rick Comley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .779 5. Bob Peters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .744 6. Red Berensen* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .719 7. Len Ceglarski (BC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .673 8. Jeff Sauer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .655 9. Mike McShane* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .586 10. John MacInnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .555 11. Jack Riley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .542 12. Don Roberts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .532 13. Don Brose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .531 14. Ed Saugestad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503 15. John “Snooks” Kelley (BC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .501 *Active Coaches 12

April 12, 2010: Boston College recognized former player and current coach Jerry York by retiring his jersey at the 2010 national championship celebration on O’Neill plaza.

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Jerry York’s Milestone Victories #1 #50 #100 #150 #200 #250 #300 #350 #400 #450 #500 #550 #600 #650 #700 #750 #800

Jerry York was presented with the Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding service to hockey in the United States in October 2010.

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November 10, 1972, Clarkson 13, University of Quebec 0, at Potsdam, N.Y . January 2, 1976, Clarkson 4, Cornell 2, at ECAC Holiday T ournament, New York, N.Y. January 24, 1978, Clarkson 10, St. Lawr ence 3, at Potsdam, N.Y. January 29, 1981, Bowling Green 6, Lake Superior 2, at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. January 22, 1983, Bowling Green 7, Northern Mich. 6 (OT), at Marquette, Mich. December 1, 1984, Bowling Green 5, Miami (Ohio) 3, at Oxfor d, Ohio November 7, 1986, Bowling Green 5, Ohio State 2, Bowling Gr een, Ohio March 4, 1988, Bowling Green 5, Ferris State 4 (4 OTs), at Bowling Green, Ohio February 3, 1990, Bowling Green 4, Miami (Ohio) 3, at Bowling Gr een, Ohio October 22, 1993, Bowling Green 6, Ohio State 0, at Bowling Gr een, Ohio November 30, 1996, Boston College 6, St. Lawr ence 4, at Canton, N.Y. January 28, 1999, Boston College 7, Massachusetts 1, Chestnut Hill, Mass. November 4, 2000, Boston College 6, UMass-Lowell 1, at Lowell, Mass. November 7, 2002, Boston College 7, Merrimack 0, at Nor th Andover, Mass. October 29, 2004, Boston College 5, Nor th Dakota 3, Chestnut Hill, Mass. October 10, 2006, Boston College 5, Nor theastern 2, Chestnut Hill, Mass. March 29, 2008, Boston College 5, Minnesota 2, at NCAA T ournament, Worcester, Mass. April, 10, 2010, Boston College 5, Wisconsin 0, at NCAA Tournament, Detroit, Mich.

“We could sit here from now until the end of the month and list talented teams that didn’ t win because of a lack of discipline. That won’t happen with a York team ... York is a flexible disciplinarian. He is appr oachable, pleasant and willing to listen.” — Michael Holley, The Boston Globe

“He’s unbelievable. He’s always upbeat. He always finds the positives in every situation. Even if it’s a disappointing situation with the team, even if ther e’s discipline involved, he always handles it in a first-class way. He’s the perfect guy for the job ... He always has his finger on the pulse of what’s going on around here.” — Mike Mottau ’00 Hobey Baker Award Winner Sept. 13, 2010: Jerry York addresses alumni gathered at the offices of Jones Day in Washington, D.C.

“Those four years under Jerry York made it possible for me to go to the NHL. Certainly my skill development, my confidence and the overall growing-up process that you go through in college, a lot of that I attribute to Jerry York. He’s certainly had a huge impact on my car eer.” — Dave Taylor, Played for York at Clarkson 10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

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HEAD COACH JERRY YORK 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

NCAA All-Time Tournament Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jerry York ..................33 Jack Parker ..................30 Red Berensen ..............26 Ron Mason ..................22 Doug Woog..................21

York’s Former Players

Rob Blake Player, San Jose Sharks 1998 Norris Trophy recipient Dan Bylsma Head Coach, Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup champion George McPhee General Manager, Washington Capitals June 24, 2008: Boston College poses for its formal team photograph with U.S. Pr esident George W. Bush.

Brooks Orpik Player, Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup champion Rob Scuderi Player, Los Angeles Kings 2009 Stanley Cup champion

York’s Hobey Baker Award Winners

George McPhee Bowling Green State University 1982 recipient Brian Holzinger Bowling Green State University 1995 recipient Mike Mottau Boston College 2000 recipient

York’s USA Hockey College Players of the Year Mike Mottau Boston College 2000 recipient

Sept. 13, 2010: Boston College poses for its formal team portrait on the South Lawn of the White House.

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Nathan Gerbe Boston College 2008 recipient

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HEAD COACH JERRY YORK 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

The York File At Clarkson

Record Title 1972-73 18-15-0 1973-74 12-14-1 1974-75 13-15-1 1975-76 18-12-1 1976-77 26- 8- 0 ECAC Champions 1977-78 19-11-0 1978-79 19-12-0 Clarkson Totals: 125-87-3 (.588 in seven years)

At Bowling Green

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82

16-20-2 13-24-2 27-13-2

1982-83 1983-84

28- 8- 4 34- 8- 2

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

21-21-0 28-14-0 33-10-2

1987-88

30-13-2

CCHA Champions, NCAA Tourney qualifier CCHA Champions CCHA Champions NCAA Champions CCHA Champions, NCAA Tourney qualifier CCHA Tournament Champions, NCAA Tourney qualifier NCAA Tourney qualifier NCAA Tourney qualifier

1988-89 26-18-3 1989-90 25-17-2 1990-91 15-23-2 1991-92 8-21- 5 1992-93 19-21-1 1993-94 19-17-2 Bowling Green Totals: 342-248-31 (.576 in 15 years)

Boston College

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

11-22-2 16-17-3 15-19-4 28-9-5

1998-99

27-12-4

1999-2000 2000-01

29-12-1 33-8-2

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

18-18-2 24-11-4 29-9-4

2004-05

26-7-7

2005-06 2006-07

26-13-3 29-12-1

2007-08

25-11-8

2008-09 2009-10

18-14-5 29-10-3

2010-11

30-8-1

Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament finalists Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament semifinalists NCAA Tournament finalists Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions Hockey East Champions Hockey East Champions NCAA Tournament semifinalists Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament finalists Hockey East Tournament Champions NCAA Tournament finalists Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions National Champions Hockey East Champions Hockey East Tournament Champions

Boston College Totals: 413-212-59 (.647 in 17 years) Career Totals: 880-547-93 (.610 in 39 years)

York’s NHL First-Round Selections Marty Reasoner St. Louis, 1996

Brian Boyle Los Angeles, 2003

Nick Petrecki San Jose, 2007

Brooks Orpik Pittsburgh, 2000

Patrick Eaves Ottawa, 2003

Chris Kreider N.Y. Rangers, 2009

Krys Kolanos Phoenix, 2000

Cory Schneider Vancouver, 2004

Kevin Hayes Chicago, 2010

Chuck Kobasew Calgary, 2001

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HOCKEY STAFF 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Mike Cavanaugh

Associate Head Coach ike Cavanaugh is in his 17th season on the Boston College staff, his eighth as associate head coach. Prior to coming to the Heights in 1995, Cavanaugh spent two years as an assistant coach at Dar tmouth College and one year as Jerry York’s assistant coach at Bowling Gr een State University. Mike Cavanaugh During his tenure at the Heights, Cavanaugh has established himself as one of the nation’s finest assistant coaches. He has played an integral role in implementing the program’s recruiting strategy that has pr oduced three national titles (2001, 2008 and 2010), eight Hockey East Tournament championships and five league r egular-season titles. Individually, 20 players have earned All-America accolades, including 2000 Hobey Baker A ward recipient Mike Mottau, and 2008 USA Hockey College Player of the Year Nathan Gerbe. In his 16 seasons, 22 BC players have gone on to play in the National Hockey League. Cavanaugh has worked extensively with the Eagles' special teams, developing them into some of the country's most formidable units that perennially finish among the nation’s elite. Cavanaugh served as assistant coach of T eam Massachusetts in the 2002 USA Hockey Select 16 Festival that was held in Rochester , N .Y. Previously, he'd served as head coach of Team Massachusetts in the 1999 USA Hockey Select 15 Festival that was held in Ann Arbor , Mich. At Dartmouth, Cavanaugh was involved in all phases of the Big Gr een program, including recruiting, scouting and on-ice instruction. A 1990 graduate of Bowdoin College, Cavanaugh was a thr ee-year ice hockey letterman for the Polar Bears. He ser ved as team captain in 1989-90. Cavanaugh also captained and played wide receiver on the school’s football team. Cavanaugh played his high school hockey at N or th Andover High School. There, he played for Eagle assistant coach Jim Logue and alongside former BC star Steve Heinze. Upon his graduation, Cavanaugh spent one year in London, England, serving as player/coach of the Richmond Ice Hockey Club. He returned to the United States and was the assistant hockey coach at the Belmont Hill School for the 1991-92 season. Fr om there, he joined Jerry York’s staff at Bowling Green. While at BGSU, Cavanaugh earned a master’ s degree in sports management. Mike and his wife Lynne, have a 6-year-old son Quinn, and a 3-year-old daughter, Caroline. They reside in Boston.

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The Cavanaugh File Date of Birth: June 7, 1968 Hometown: North Andover, Mass. Education: B.A. — Bowdoin College (1990) MEd — Bowling Green (1995) Coaching Experience: Assistant Coach, Belmont Hill School (1991-92) Assistant Coach, Bowling Green State University (1992-93) Assistant Coach, Dartmouth College (1993-95) Assistant Coach, Boston College (1995-2004) Associate Head Coach, Boston College (2004-present)

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GREG BROWN

Assistant Coach reg Brown, one of the best defensemen in Boston College history , is in his eighth season as a member of Jerry York’s staff. He began his coaching car eer in August of 2004 after completing a 12-year pr ofessional playing career. Brown works closely with the team’s defensemen Greg Brown and has worked extensively with special teams. In his seven-year tenure at the Heights, he has played an important role in BC’s recent team successes that include five Hockey East T ournament titles, three consecutive Fr ozen Fours fr om 2006-08 and two national titles – in 2008 and 2010. Since his arrival, 10 players have earned AllAmerica honors. A 1990 Boston College graduate, Br own was a two-time All-America first-team selection (1989 and 1990), a two-time Hobey Baker A ward finalist and a two-time All-N ew England choice. He is one of only two players in Hockey East history to twice captur e the league’s Player of the Year honor. In 1994, Br own was one of four defensemen selected to the Hockey East All-Decade T eam. He was inducted into Boston College’ s Varsity Club Hall of Fame in November 2004. Brown played thr ee seasons for the Eagles (1986-87, 1988-89 and 1989-90), serving as team captain in 1989-90. He missed the 1987-88 season while playing 55 games with U.S. National Team and then representing his country at the 1988 W inter Olympics in Calgary. Brown totaled 120 points – 24 goals and 96 assists – in 119 games. He ranks among Hockey East car eer leaders for defenseman scoring in assists (thir d), points (fourth) and goals (fifth). Brown played for the United States in two Olympic Games. In addition to the 1988 Games, Brown played for Team USA in the 1992 Olympics in Albertville, France. After graduation, Brown enjoyed a 12-year professional playing career. He spent four seasons in the National Hockey League, befor e moving to Europe to continue his car eer. In the N HL, he played with the Buf falo Sabres (1990-91, 1992-93), Pittsburgh Penguins (1993-94) and Winnipeg Jets (1994-95). In Europe, he played three seasons in Sweden (1995-96, 2001-02 and 2002-03), one season in Switzerland (1996-97) and four seasons in Germany (1997-98 through 2000-01). Brown’s older brother Doug also enjoyed an outstanding playing career – both at Boston College (1982-86) and the NHL. Doug Brown was a twotime All-America second-team selection (1985 and 1986) with the Eagles. He went on to a 15-year car eer in the NHL. Doug was inducted into the BC Varsity Club Hall of Fame along with Gr eg in 2004. Greg and his wife Katharine have two children, Ashley (13) and Peyton (11). They reside in Scituate.

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The Brown File Date of Birth: March 7, 1968 Hometown: Southboro, Mass. Education: B.A. — Boston College (1990) Coaching Experience: Assistant Coach, Boston College (2004-present)

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HOCKEY STAFF 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

JIM LOGUE

Assistant Coach ormer Eagle goaltender Jim Logue is in his 19th season as a coach at Boston College. Logue, who starred in net for the Eagles from 1959-1961 and was awarded the 2011 Parker -York Award honoring contributions to N ew England Hockey , came to the Heights from Salem State where he served as an assistant coach for the 1991-92 and 1992-93 seasons. Jim Logue Logue’s tenure at Boston College didn’t begin until December 1993, following a successful battle with leukemia. Diagnosed in September 1993 with Hairy Cell Leukemia, Logue enter ed St. Luke’s Hospital in Houston, Texas. There he underwent 90 days of treatment using an innovative new drug to attack the illness. W ith the illness cur ed, Logue joined the coaching staff. Logue has worked closely with the Eagles’ goaltenders, molding several into elite goaltenders. Most notably Cory Schneider – the school’ s only first-team All-America goaltender. Schneider is the single-season r ecord holder for shutouts (eight; 2005-06) and is the school’s career leader in shutouts (15). In 1994, Logue watched Greg Taylor stonewall Harvard for the 2-1 Beanpot title victory. For his efforts, Taylor earned Beanpot MVP honors, as Logue himself had done in 1959. Logue also helped Scott Clemmensen (1998-2001) develop into one of college hockey’ s premier goaltenders. As a fr eshman, Clemmensen had established a NCAA regular-season record by holding opponents scoreless for 254:23. Clemmensen completed his college car eer as the school's career leader in wins (99) and shutouts (13), and the N CAA Tournament's career leader in wins (10) and saves (356). Prior to his stint at Salem State, Logue was head coach at North Andover High School from 1980-1986. He also ser ved two terms as assistant coach at Merrimack College — from 1983-88 and from 1969-1978. While at Merrimack, Logue also served as a coach in the U.S. Olympic Pr ogram from 1972-1976. The starting goaltender for the first game played in McHugh Forum (the Eagles’ former home rink), Logue was a thr ee-time All-East and All-N ew England selection (1959-1961) during his time at the Heights. His 2.17 goals against average in 1960-61 still ranks among the school's best. Logue led the Eagles to Beanpot championships in 1959 and 1961, capturing Most Valuable Player honors for his performance in the 1959 tournament. Logue was the goaltender on the 1968 U.S. Olympic squad. He recorded 65 saves versus the former Soviet Union in the Olympic Tournament. A member of the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame, Logue’s hockey excellence was fur ther recognized in 1999 when he was one of the initial three former players whose BC jersey was r etired. Jim and his wife Carina are the parents of five children. They reside in North Andover.

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John Hegarty

Director of Hockey Operations ohn Hegarty is in his 18th year with the Boston College hockey pr ogram. For seven seasons, he ser ved as the team's equipment manager. Beginning with the 2001-02 season, Hegarty assumed the additional r ole of director of hockey operations. In his pr esent role, Hegarty coordinates the John Hegarty Eagles' travel plans, or ganizes the coaches' recruiting efforts and manages the team's state-of-the-art video analysis system. In addition to his hockey responsibilities, Hegarty works extensively with many of the University’s Olympic sports teams. Hegarty’s hockey exper tise has earned him invitations to work on several USA Hockey tours. In the spring of 1995, he accompanied the US Select Team to British Columbia where it competed in the Kitimat Cup. During the summer of 1995, he ser ved as equipment manager during the Women’s Junior National Team’s tour of Ottawa. A 1994 graduate of Boston College with a degr ee from the Carroll School of Management, Hegar ty has since earned his master’ s degree in higher education administration. As an under graduate, he ser ved four years as a student manager for the football team. In 1992 and 1993, he was the head football manager under head coach T om Coughlin. John and his wife Jill, also a BC graduate, have a 1-year -old daughter, Bridget. They reside in Milton, Mass.

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The Logue File Date of Birth: March 25, 1939 Hometown: Melrose, Mass.

The Hegarty File

Education: B.A. — Boston College (1961) Coaching Experience: Assistant Coach, Merrimack College (1969-78, 1983-88) Head Coach, North Andover (Mass.) High School (1980-86) Assistant Coach, Salem State (1991-93) Assistant Coach, Boston College (1993-present)

Date of Birth: February 2, 1972 Hometown: West Roxbury, Mass. Education: B.A. – Boston College (1994) M.A. – Boston College (1998)

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SUPPORT STAFF 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

BERT LENZ

Director of Sports Medicine, Olympic Sports Bert Lenz is in his 15th season as the athletic trainer for the Boston College hockey team. After serving three years as a resident athletic trainer in the Boston College Sports Medicine Department, Lenz was named assistant athletic trainer in 1997 and promoted to Director of Sports Medicine for Olympic sports in 2007. While he has been associated with many of the Eagles’ varsity spor ts teams, Lenz has Bert Lenz worked most closely with the hockey, football, soccer and baseball programs. A 1991 graduate of Castleton (Vt.) State, Lenz earned his master’s degree in education with an emphasis on athletic training at Old Dominion in May 1994. At ODU, Lenz worked with the men’s soccer and baseball teams as well as the cross country and rugby programs. Lenz has also been the head athletic trainer at the Mason Dixon Basketball Camps (Emmitsburg, Md.) and an assistant trainer for the now-defunct Washington Commandos of the Arena Football League. A native of Old Saybrook, Conn., Lenz is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and is a licensed athletic trainer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Bert and his wife, Lisa, have a 4-year-old daughter, Cortney. They reside in West Roxbury.

RUSSELL DeROSA

Director, Strength & Conditioning, Olympic Sports Russell DeRosa is in his 10th season as a str ength and conditioning coach at Boston College. After serving five seasons as the Assistant Str ength & Conditioning Coach, he was pr omoted to Director of Strength & Conditioning for Olympic Sports in 2007. DeRosa joined the BC staff after seven years (19962002) at Y ale University, the last five as Associate Russell DeRosa Director of Sports Conditioning. In that position, he oversaw the strength & conditioning for 32 intercollegiate sports programs. In addition to his Yale experiences, DeRosa has also worked with the New Haven-Connecticut entry to the American Hockey League (1998-99) and with Boston University (1995-96) as an academic intern. DeRosa received his bachelor’s degree in health and fitness from Springfield College in 1995. He earned a master’ s degree in exer cise science with an emphasis on exercise physiology from Southern Connecticut State University in 2001. He is a member of the National Str ength & Conditioning Association. Russell and his wife Alex, have a 6-year -old son, Andrew. They r eside in West Peabody.

FR. TONY PENNA

Chaplain, Boston College Hockey Father Tony Penna is Director of Campus Ministry at Boston College and chaplain to Jerry Y ork’s team. Like his fellow priests who work with other BC teams, Fr. Tony looks for ways to be an in-house, spiritual presence throughout the halls of Conte Forum. Over the years, coaches, administrators, and student-athletes have relied on his judgment and skills, par ticularly at the Fr. Tony Penna more stressful junctures of the season. Those who attend his Wednesday morning Masses at Conte look for ward to his pithy , 18

down-to-earth homilies. Fr. Tony also teaches in BC’ s theology department. His courses -- Living Truthfully and Human Setbacks: The Unexpected Grace -- have helped hundreds of students gain a clear er understanding of how God is pr esent in their lives.

SAMSON LEE

Senior Video Coordinator Samson Lee, an accounting major in the Carr oll School of Management, is in his four th year as team manager. Lee is intricately involved in all aspects of video analyses for the hockey pr ogram. Proficient in XOS Technologies, Lee works closely with the coaching staff and student-athletes in daily film breakdown and presentation utilizing Polyvision Smart Board. Samson Lee He recently served as an accounting clerk for Macdonald Realty Commercial in Vancouver, British Columbia, assisting with invoice input and data entry. He previously served as a conveyance/accounting assistant within group during the summer of 2010. Also substantially involved in the pr ogram’s day-to-day operations, Lee spent a portion of the summer of 2010 ser ving as video coach at the British Columbia U-17 High Per formance Camp and expanded his video softwar e proficiency to include Steva Hockey, a product of Steva Sports Software. Prior to Boston College, Lee attended St. George’s School where he graduated with honors and distinction. He is fluent in Mandarin. A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Samson and his br other, Samuel are the sons of Sherman and Betty Lee.

CHRIS MALLOY

Senior Manager Chris Malloy is in his fourth year as team manager. Malloy assists in all aspects of day-to-day pr ogram hockey operation, including equipment or ganization and travel and maintenance of apparel inventory. At Boston College, Malloy is an accounting and finance double major in the Carr oll School of Management. Upon graduation in May 2012, he is planning to serve as an audit intern within the Boston Chris Malloy offices at Ernst & Young LLP, a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction, advisory services and strategic growth markets. Malloy has been an assistant to the Boston College hockey of fice during months of the 2010 and 2011. He is pr oficient in video analysis and br eakdown. He has previously served as an instructor at the Canton Soccer School in Canton, Mass., from 2005 to 2010. An avid soccer, hockey and lacrosse player while at Canton High School, he was captain of the lacrosse team and has earned the Hockomock League Male Student-Athlete Award, the Canton High School Hall of Fame Spor tsmanship Award and the St. Michael’s Book Award. A native of Canton, Chris and his younger br other Matt are the children of Julie and Paul Malloy.

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CAPTAIN 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

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TOMMY CROSS Sr. / D / 6-3 / 215 Westminster Simsbury, Conn.

THOMAS REGINALD CROSS; born September 12, 1989 ... shoots left … has participated in the Boston Bruins Summer Development Camp thr ee times – in 2009, ’10 and ’11.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in 28 games … ser ved as assistant captain … registered 18 points – seven goals and 11 assists; r egistered seven points – two goals and five assists – in 16 confer ence contests … enjoyed four multiple-point performances, including thr ee three-point outings … scor ed three powerplay goals and two game-winning goals … earned Hockey East AllTournament honors after he r ecorded five points – one goal and four assists – in four victories; tallied three points – one goal and two assists – in a 5-4 win over Nor theastern (3/18) in the semifinals then notched a

game-high plus-three rating in a 5-3 win over Merrimack (3/19) in the championship game … tallied four points – two goals and two assists – in two Beanpot victories in TD Gar den; broke a 2-2 tie with a power -play goal at 3:17 of the over time period to lift the team to a 3-2 victory over Boston University (2/7) in the first round then notched three points – one goal and two assists – in a 7-6 over time victory over Northeastern (2/14) in the championship game … tallied thr ee assists, including an assist on Bill Arnold’s game-tying goal scored while skating with an extra attacker with 38.7 seconds remaining in the third period, in the team’s 7-7 home tie against Northeastern (2/18) … r egistered two points – one goal and one assist – in a 4-3 win at New Hampshir e (3/5), a victory that clinched the program’s 11th Hockey East regular-season title … scored one goal in each of two victories at Denver; netted the decisive tally in the team’s 6-2 win over Pioneers (10/15), then notched the team’ s second goal in a 3-0 victory the next night … missed 11 games (10/30 – 12/4) because of a knee injury.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in 38 games … recorded 10 points – five goals and five assists; registered seven points – four goals and thr ee assists – in 24 Hockey East contests … scored two power-play goals ... enjoyed one multiple-point performance … tallied thr ee points – one goal and two assists - in the team’s 7-1 home win over Vermont (11/14) ... scored the team’s third goal in a 3-3 tie at New Hampshire (3/5) … earned All-Tournament honors at the Denver Cup at Magness Ar ena in Denver, Colo.; netted the second goal in a 4-3 loss to Denver (1/2) ... scor ed the team’s third goal in a 3-1 win at Providence (12/12) ... scored the first goal of his career (the team’s first of the game at 8:17 of the opening period) in a 4-4 tie at N ew Hampshire (11/6) ... assisted on classmate Jimmy Hayes’ decisive goal in a 3-2 win at Har vard (12/9) … missed four games (1/22-2/1) because of a knee injury.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 24 games … registered eight assists; recorded all eight assists in 19 Hockey East contests … enjoyed two multiple-assist per formances, including one three-assist outing … tallied three assists in a 6-3 home win over Maine (1/24) … r ecorded two assists in the team’ s 5-5 tie at Merrimack (11/14) … registered his first collegiate point – an assist – on Paul Carey’s first career goal – a man-advantage tally – in BC’ s 3-2 home win over Vermont (10/24) … missed the final 12 games of the season because of a knee injury.

BEFORE BC

Registered 28 points – eight goals and 20 assists – in 25 games at Westminster in 2007-08 … also played nine games in 2007-08 with the USHL’s Ohio Junior Blue Jackets; tallied four assists ... registered 20 points – eight goals and 12 assists – in 25 games in 2006-07 … played for head coaches Tom Earl (2006-07) and T im Joncas (2007-08)… earned Connecticut Player of the Year honors (from The Hartford Courant) as a sophomore at Simsbury High School in 2005-06; totaled 50 points – 15 goals and 35 assists – in 22 games … was a member of the U.S. National

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

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CL Fr. So. Jr.

GP 24 38 28 90

G 0 5 7 12

A PTS 8 8 5 10 11 18 24 36

+/PEN -9 12/24 +2 18/36 +13 17/45 +6 47/105

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PPG SHG 0 0 2 0 3 0 5 0

HT GW 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2


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CAPTAIN 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Under-18 Team that captur ed the silver medal at the 2007 IIHF W orld Under-18 Championship in Finland; also played with the team at the 2006 Under-18 Four Nations Tournament in Sweden … served as captain of the Under-18 Select Team that captured the silver medal at the 2006 Under-18 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka in Slovakia and the Czech Republic … was a member of the U.S. Under -17 Select Team that captured the gold medal at the 2005 Under-17 Five Nations Tournament in Switzerland … also excelled on the baseball diamond, earning All-Founders League honors as a junior and senior at Westminster.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Ar ts & Sciences … is the 2011-12 r ecipient of the Driscoll Family Hockey Scholarship Fund … earned 2009-10 AllHockey East Academic Team honors … served as senior class president at Westminster … earned Westminster’s Paul Winship Alumni Book Prize, which is given annually to the senior who has made an unusual commitment to the school’s programs and activities … was selected by the Boston Bruins in the second r ound (35th overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft … Tommy is the son of Kelly and T om Cross; has two sisters; his father played hockey at Dartmouth.

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ASSISTANT CAPTAIN 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

BARRY ALMEIDA

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Sr. / F / 5-8 / 183 Omaha Lancers (USHL) Springfield, Mass. BARRY STEVEN ALMEIDA; born November 20, 1988 ... shoots left ... graduated from Longmeadow High School in 2007.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in 38 games; missed one game – at Boston University (1/21) – because of injury … r egistered 21 points – eight goals and 13 assists; recorded 13 points – five goals and eight assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … finished the season with a plus-nine rating; was a plus-five in conference contests … scor ed two power -play goals and one shor thanded goal … enjoyed two multiple-point performances … tallied two assists in the team’s 3-1 win at Pr ovidence (1/8) … notched two assists in a 4-2 home victory over Massachusetts (3/12), a win the earned the team a berth in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament … scored a shorthanded goal in the second period of a 9-5 win at Boston University (12/3) … scored one goal in each of seven victories – Maine (11/21), Mercyhurst (12/31), at Massachusetts (2/25), Massachusetts (2/26), at N ew Hampshire (3/4) and against Massachusetts (3/11).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … r egistered 13 points – eight goals and five assists; recorded six points – two goals and four assists – in confer ence

contests … scor ed one game-winning goal and one empty-net goal … enjoyed one multiple-point per formance … tallied four points – thr ee goals and one assist – in consecutive victories over Massachusetts in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East Tournament; scored once in a 6-5 home win over the Minutemen (3/12), then tallied three points – two goals and one assist – and r egistered a plus-four rating in the team’ s 5-2 seriesclinching win the next night … scor ed the team’s sixth goal - at 14:23 of the third period – in a 7-6 overtime win over Maine (3/20) in the Hockey East Tournament title game in TD Gar den … netted the decisive goal at 4:22 of the thir d period in a 4-3 victory over Boston University (2/8) in the Beanpot title game in TD Garden … lifted the team to 1-0 lead at 1:02 of the opening period of a 5-2 home win over Providence (1/29) … scored the team’s first goal of the game – on the opening shift – just 35 seconds into the first period in a 6-1 home win over Maine (1/15) … netted his first goal of the season in a 6-5 home win over Clarkson (11/27).

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 35 games … r egistered 18 points – seven goals and 11 assists; recorded 15 points – six goals and nine assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … scor ed two game-winning goals and one power -play goal … enjoyed one multiple-point per formance … tallied thr ee points – two goals and one assist – in the team’ s 5-1 home win over Pr ovidence … earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors on Dec. 1 after stellar performances against Har vard (11/28) and Dar tmouth (11/30); scor ed the game-winning goal with 1:14 left in overtime in BC’s 2-1 win over the Big Green and assisted on Matt Price's thir d-period score in a 5-1 home win over the Crimson two nights earlier … scor ed his first collegiate goal at 11:07 of the second period at Nor theastern (10/18) … tallied one assist in three consecutive games – at Merrimack (11/14), against N ew Hampshire (11/15) and against Massachusetts (11/22) … notched the primary assist on Benn Ferriero’s decisive goal in the team’s 2-0 home win over Massachusetts (2/8).

BEFORE BC

Earned All-USHL first-team honors as a member of the Omaha Lancers in 2007-08 … registered 60 points – 22 goals and 38 assists – in 56 r egularseason games; tallied seven power-play goals, two shorthanded goals and two game-winning goals … totaled eight points – four goals and four assists – in 14 playoff games; netted one power-play goal and three gamewinning goals … scored the overtime winner in Game 5 to lift the Lancers to the Clark Cup title… was a member of the U.S. Junior Select Team that captured the br onze medal in the 2007 W orld Junior A Challenge in British Columbia … was a member of the U.S. Under-18 Select Team that competed in the 2005 Under-18 Junior World Cup in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Paul Patrick Daley, Esquire ’63 Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund … Barry and his younger sister Gianna are the children of Anna and Barry Almeida.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

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CL Fr. So. Jr.

GP 35 42 38 115

G 7 8 8 23

A PTS 11 18 5 13 13 21 29 52

+/-4 +2 +9 +7

PEN 4/8 7/14 11/22 21/44

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PPG SHG 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 1

HT GW 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 3


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PAUL CAREY Sr. / F / 6-1 / 196 Indiana Ice (USHL) Weymouth, Mass.

PAUL CHARLES CAREY ; born September 24, 1988 ... shoots left … graduated from Cathedral (Ind.) High School in 2008; also attended Thayer Academy and the Salisbury (Conn.) School.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in 38 games; missed one goal – against Massachusetts (2/26) because of injury … registered 26 points – 13 goals and 13 assists; recorded 20 points – 10 goals and 10 assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … finished the season with a plus-17 rating; was a plus-14 on confer ence play … scored five power-play goals and three game-winning goals … enjoyed five multiple-point performances, including two multiple-goal ef forts … recorded three points – two goals, including the game’ s decisive score in the third period, and one assist – in a 6-5 win over Colgate (12/31) in the semifinals of the Ledyard Classic in Hanover, N.H.; earned most valuable player honors for his efforts during the two-game holiday tournament … scored three goals in the team’ s two-game home sweep against Maine; opened the scoring at 14:46 of the first period on the power play in a 4-0 win over Black Bears (11/19), then scor ed twice in a 4-1 home win two nights later … tallied two assists twice – in a 5-2 home win over UMassLowell (11/2) and a 3-2 win at Boston University (1/21) … netted the game’s decisive tally in a 4-3 win at Massachusetts (2/25).

Played in 41 games; missed one game – against Y ale (3/28) – because of injury … r egistered 21 points – nine goals and 12 assists; r ecorded 14 points – five goals and nine assists – in 27 confer ence contests … scored two game-winning goals and two power-play goals … finished the season with a plus-seven rating; registered a plus-four rating in league action … enjoyed three multiple-point performances … notched two points – one goal and one assist – in each of thr ee home victories; a 4-3 decision over Merrimack (10/30), a 7-1 win over V ermont (11/14) and a 6-5 victory over Clarkson (11/27) … br oke a 2-2 tie with the decisive thir d-period score in the team’s 3-2 home win over New Hampshire (3/6) in the regular-season finale … scor ed the team’s fourth goal (midway thr ough the third period) in a 5-2 series-clinching victory over Massachusetts (3/13) in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East T ournament … notched the primary assist on Pat Mullane’ s game-winning goal in the thir d period of a 3-1 win over Alaska (3/27) in the N CAA T ournament’s N ortheast Regional semifinal in Worcester, Mass. … netted the team’ s sixth goal – and third in a span of 1:35 midway thr ough the thir d period – in the team’s 7-1 win over Miami (4/8) in the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 24 games … registered nine points – five goals and four assists; recorded all nine points in 19 Hockey East contests … enjoyed two multiple-point performances and netted three power-play goals ... tallied two points – one goal and one assist – in a 4-3 win at Merrimack (10/31) … registered two points – one goal and one assist – in BC’ s 8-6 home win over New Hampshire (11/15) … netted his first collegiate goal at 7:39 of the second period in a 3-2 home win over V ermont (10/24) … scor ed a man-advantage goal in a 2-0 home win over Massachusetts (11/21) … scored once in a 3-2 loss at New Hampshir e (3/20).

BEFORE BC

Earned All-USHL second-team honors and USHL All-Rookie T eam honors as a member of the Indiana Ice in 2007-08 … r egistered 66 points – 34 goals and 32 assists – in 60 regular-season games in 2007-08; finished fifth in the league in scoring, second in goals scor ed … tallied 16 powerplay goals and five game-winning goals … had a team-high 241 shots … played for Ice head coach Charlie Skjodt … spent the 2005-06 and 200607 seasons at the Salisbury School; played for head coach Dan Donato … helped the Crimson Knights win the New England Pr ep School Division 1 championship in 2005-06.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … was selected by the Colorado Avalanche in the fifth r ound (135th overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft … is the 2011-12 r ecipient of the Br ett and Lisbeth Burns Family Scholarship Fund and the Maur een and Edwar d F. Coakley ’57 Hockey Scholarship Fund … Paul is the middle of Denise and Paul Carey’s five children; has three brothers – Jim, Joe and Bill – and one sister – Bridget.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL Fr. So. Jr.

GP 24 41 38 103

G 5 9 13 27

A PTS +/4 9 4/8 12 21 9/29 13 26 9/18 29 56 22/55

PEN -7 +7 +17 +17

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PPG SHG 3 0 2 0 5 0 10 0

HT GW 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 5

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TOMMY ATKINSON Sr. / F / 5-8 / 165 Avon Old Farms Greenwich, Conn.

THOMAS JOHN ATKINSON; born December 15, 1987 ... shoots left … helped lead Avon Old Farms to two New England Division I Pr ep School titles.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in 20 games, including 17 Hockey East contests; missed the last eight games because of a knee injury … scor ed one goal … tallied 10 shots and a plus-one rating … scored his first collegiate goal at 7:34 of the second period in a 4-0 home win over Maine (11/19).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in four games, including two confer ence contests … r egistered four shots and a plus-one rating … saw action in each of two Denver Cup contests – against St. Lawrence (1/1) and Denver (1/2) … made his collegiate debut at New Hampshire (11/6).

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Did not see any regular-season action … played in the team’s 4-2 international exhibition victory over the University of New Brunswick (1/3) in Fredericton, New Brunswick; netted a goal in the second period.

BEFORE BC

Registered 12 points – six goals and six assists – in 37 games with the Boston Junior Bruins (EJHL) in 2007-08 … played for head coach Peter Masters … recorded 42 points – 15 goals and 27 assists – in 28 games in 2006-07; helped the Winged Beavers to the New England Division I Prep School title … earned the team’s 2006-07 Most Improved Player honor … played for head coach John Gardner … played for Team New England in USA Hockey's Select 15 Festival and for T eam Connecticut in the Select 16 Festival.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … earned 2009-10 AllHockey East Academic Team honors … Tommy is the son of Ellen and Tom Atkinson; has five siblings... his younger br other Cam was a thr eeyear Boston College hockey letterman (2008-2011).

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP G A PTS Fr. Did Not Play So. 4 0 0 0 Jr. 20 1 0 1 24 1 0 1

+/-

PEN

+1 +1 +2

1/2 2/4 3/6

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PPG SHG 0 0 0

0 0 0

HT GW 0 0 0

0 0 0


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EDWIN SHEA Sr. / D / 6-0 / 190

Boston Junior Bruins (EJHL) Shrewsbury, Mass. EDWIN THOMAS SHEA; born September 16, 1989 ... shoots right ... graduated from Shrewsbury High School in 2008 … played for the Boston Junior Bruins fr om 2004-08 … earned the 2007-08 John Carlton Memorial Trophy, given annually by the Boston Bruins to the outstanding student-athlete in Eastern Massachusetts high school hockey.

Played in 36 games, including 24 Hockey East contests … r egistered one assist … finished the season with a plus-eight rating; was a plus-one in league games … tallied as assist on Cam Atkinson’ s first of two goals scored in the team’s 4-0 victory over New Hampshir e (3/4) … registered a plus-minus rating of +2 in each of four victories – at Denver (10/15), against Mercyhust (12/31) and twice against Massachusetts (2/4 and 3/11).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in 37 games … r egistered 10 points – one goal and nine assists; recorded five points – one goal and four assists – in 25 Hockey East contests … finished the season tied for fourth among BC skaters with a plus21 rating; was a plus-12 in league action … tallied one game-winning goal … enjoyed one multiple-point per formance … tallied four assists and a plus-eight rating in four NCAA Tournament victories; assisted on Jimmy Hayes’ decisive thir d-period score against Alaska (3/27) in the N CAA Northeast Regional semifinal in W orcester, Mass. and then notched two assists against Yale (3/28) in the regional final the next night; assisted on Paul Carey’s third-period score against Miami (4/8) in the N CAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich. … scored his first collegiate goal – the gamewinner – at 19:22 of the thir d period in a 4-1 win at Boston University (12/5).

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 22 games … r egistered three assists; recorded two assists in 16 Hockey East contests … notched his first collegiate point with an assist on Matt Price’s goal at 13:26 of the opening period in the team’s 6-3 home win over Maine (1/24) … assisted on Br ock Bradford’s first goal in a 4-3 overtime win at Pr ovidence (2/28) … notched an assist on Andr ew Orpik’s first-period goal in a 5-3 win over New Hampshir e (3/13) in the first game of the quar terfinal round of the Hockey East T ournament … recorded a plus-minus rating of plus-four in the team’s 4-1 home win over Maine (1/25).

BEFORE BC

Was a three-time Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) all-star selection … registered 38 points – six goals and 32 assists – in 49 games with the Boston Junior Bruins in 2007-08; earned the team’s Defensive MVP honor … recorded 31 points – seven goals and 24 assists – in 50 games in 200607 … totaled 27 points – three goals and 24 assists – in 62 games in 200506; gained EJHL Playof f All-Tournament honors in 2006… also earned the Bruins’ 2006 Unsung Her o award … played for head coach Peter Masters; served as assistant captain in 2007-08 … played baseball at Shrewsbury High School; twice earned Mid-W achusett A League all-star honors.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … is the r ecipient of the 2011-12 Nemia Family Scholarship … Edwin is the second of Denise and Ed Shea’s four children; has one brother and two sisters.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL Fr. So. Jr.

GP 22 37 36 95

G 0 1 0 1

A PTS 3 3 9 10 1 1 13 14

+/+2 +21 +8 +31

PEN 4/8 7/14 5/10 16/32

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PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT GW 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

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RETURNING PLAYERS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY CHRISTOPHER ANDREW VENTI; born August 29, 1988 ... catches left.

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CHRIS VENTI Sr. / G / 6-0 / 175 BB&N Needham, Mass.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in two games … played the final 7:17 of a 6-0 home win over Vermont (11/28); made four saves … made two saves in the final 3:06 of a 5-0 home win over Massachusetts (2/4).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in two games … played the final 2:34 of a 6-0 win over Har vard (2/1) in the first r ound of the Beanpot in TD Gar den … also saw action in a 7-0 home win over Merrimack (2/23); made thr ee saves in 4:48.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in one game … made his collegiate debut against N or theastern (2/2) in the first round of the Beanpot in TD Garden; stopped three shots in 7:56.

BEFORE BC

Finished the 2007-08 season at Buckingham Br owne & N ichols with a 2.06 goals against average and a .899 save per centage … earned AllIndependent School League honors in 2006-07 after r ecording a 1.96 goals against average and a .919 save percentage … was twice voted team MVP … served as team captain in his senior season … played for head coach Terrence Butt … played the 2005-06 season at N eedham High School, finishing with a 1.01 goals against average and a .936 save percentage … was a Mass. Satellite hockey team member (2004).

PERSONAL

Enrolled as a psychology major in the College of Arts & Sciences … Chris and his older brother Brendan are the sons of Paula and Ken Venti.

Career Statistics Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

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CL Fr. So. Jr.

W-L-T 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

GP/Min. 1/7:56 2/7:22 2/10:23 5/25:41

SO 0 0 0 0

GA/Avg. 0/0.00 0/0.00 0/0.00 0/0.00

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

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PATCH ALBER Jr. / D / 5-10 / 170

Boston Jr. Bruins (EJHL) Clifton Park, N.Y.

PATRICK JOSEPH ALBER; born March 11, 1989 ... shoots right … graduated from the Northwood School in Lake Placid, N.Y., in May 2007.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in 34 games … r egistered nine points – two goals and seven assists; recorded six points – two goals and four assists – in 24 conference contests … ranked thir d among BC defensemen with a plus-19 rating; was a plus-16 in league action … tallied one multiple-point per formance … recorded two assists against Colorado College (3/25) … notched his first point of the season – an assist – in a 6-2 win at Denver (10/15) … scored his first goal of the season against N ew Hampshir e (11/5) … scored one goal and tallied a plus-three rating in the team’s 6-0 home win over Vermont (11/28) … missed five games (12/30 – 1/16) because of injury.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in 17 games, including all eight postseason victories … r egistered three points – one goal and two assists; r ecorded one assist in seven Hockey East contests … finished the season with a plus-16 rating; was a plus-six in league action … recorded two points – one goal and one assist – in eight playoff victories; was a plus-10 in the postseason, tying Edwin Shea for second among all BC players … lifted the team to a 5-1 lead on his first collegiate goal at 10:44 of the thir d period in a 7-1 win over Miami (4/8) in the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich. … notched an assist on Pat Mullane’s decisive third-period goal in a 3-1 win over Alaska (3/27) in the N CAA N or theast Regional semifinal in Worcester, Mass. … tallied his first collegiate point (the primary assist) on Paul Carey’s game-winning goal in the third period of a 3-2 home victory New Hampshire (3/6) in the r egular-season finale … made his collegiate debut against Providence (1/22).

BEFORE BC

Played the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons with the Boston Jr. Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League … registered 28 points – four goals and 24 assists – in 54 games in 2008-09; led all Bruins defensemen in scoring … served as assistant captain … finished the 2008-09 season with a plusminus rating of plus-20 … earned EJHL All-Star r ecognition … recorded 11 assists and a rating of plus-20 in 50 games in 2007-08 … played for Boston Jr. Bruins head coach Peter Masters … played the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons at the Northwood School … totaled 41 points – 10 goals and 31 assists – in 91 car eer games … helped guide the Huskies to their best record in school history (40-8-0) in 2005-06; earned New York State High School Athletic Association second-team honors that season … has also played lacrosse and baseball.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Angelo V . Berlandi Hockey Scholarship Fund … earned the Northwood School’s Seal Prize given to the student who best combined athletic excellence with academic accomplishment and extracurricular activity … has attained the ranking of Eagle Scout within the Boy Scouts of America program … Patch is the son of Debbie and Larry Alber .

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP Fr. 17 So. 34 51

G 1 2 3

A PTS 2 3 7 9 9 12

+/+16 +19 +35

PEN 4/8 15/30 19/38

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PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT GW 0 0 0 0 0 0

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BRIAN DUMOULIN Jr. / D / 6-4 / 225

NH Junior Monarchs (EJHL) Biddeford, Maine BRIAN JOSEPH DUMOULIN; born September 6, 1991 ... shoots left ... captured a bronze medal with the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championships in Buf falo, N.Y.; recorded two assists and a plus-four rating in six games … par ticipated in the U.S. National Junior Team Evaluation Camp; traveled to Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2010 … participated in the Car olina Hurricanes Development Camp in 2009.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in 37 games … earned American Hockey Coaches Association AllAmerica East first-team honors … garner ed both Hockey East’ s Best Defensive Defenseman honor as well as the Bob Monahan A ward as the top defenseman in N ew England … earned All-Hockey East first-team recognition … missed two late-December games while playing in the World Junior Championships … registered 33 points – three goals and 30 assists; recorded 23 points – two goals and 21 assists – in 27 confer ence contests … ranked second on the team with a plus-23 rating; was a plus13 in league play … scored two power-play goals and one game-winning goal … enjoyed 10 multiple-point per formances, including two thr eeassist outings … notched three assists, including the primary assist on Joe Whitney’s decisive goal, in the team’ s 5-3 home win over UMass-Lowell (1/22) … tallied three assists, including an assist on Jimmy Hayes’ gamewinning goal, in the team’s 7-6 overtime victory over Northeastern (2/14) in the Beanpot championship game … recorded two assists in each of six victories – a 4-0 home win over Maine (11/19), a 6-0 home win over Vermont (11/28), a 9-5 win at Boston University (12/3), a 5-2 home win

over Boston University (12/4), a 4-1 home win over Providence (1/7) and a 5-4 win over Nor theastern (3/18) in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Garden … tallied two points – one goal and one assist – in a 3-1 win at Pr ovidence (1/8); scored in the opening period – the team’s first of the game and his first of the season … netted the decisive goal on the power play in the team’s 3-2 win at Boston University (2/7) … scored a power -play at 18:24 of the thir d period in a 5-3 win over Merrimack (3/19) in the Hockey East Tournament championship game.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … earned Hockey East All-Rookie Team accolades … captured the program’s Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award … gained All-Tournament honors at the N CAA Fr ozen Four in Detr oit, Mich., after he tallied three assists and a plus-four rating in victories over Miami (4/8) and Wisconsin (4/10) at Ford Field … registered 22 points – one goal and 21 assists; recorded 12 points – one goal and 11 assists – in conference contests … led the team with a plus-40 rating; was a plus-24 in league action … enjoyed four multiple-point per formances, including a season-high three-point outing against Miami … concluded the season with a plus-25 rating in the final 12 games; tallied six assists and plus-16 rating in eight postseason victories … notched two assists, including an assist on Matt Lombardi’s overtime goal, in the team’s 7-6 win over Maine (3/20) in the Hockey East Tournament title game … tallied two assists in a 6-0 win over Harvard (2/1) in the first round of the Beanpot … assisted on two goals, including Carl Sneep’ s decisive third-period goal, in a 6-5 home win over Clarkson (11/27) … scor ed his first collegiate goal with 3.2 seconds remaining in the second period of a 3-2 home win over New Hampshire (3/6) in the regular-season finale … assisted on Chris Kreider’s game-winning goal scored with 13.8 seconds left in the thir d period of a 2-1 home win over UMass-Lowell (2/13).

BEFORE BC

Earned Eastern Junior Hockey League Defensive Player of the Y ear honors as a defenseman on the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs in 2008-09 … helped lead the Monar chs to a T ier-3 Jr. A national championship; ranked fourth among EJHL defensemen in scoring with 30 points – seven goals and 23 assists – in 41 games … played for head coach Sean Tremblay … played two varsity seasons at Biddefor d High before joining the Monarchs for his senior season … led the T igers to two Class A state championships; registered 61 points – 13 goals and 48 assists – in a 24game undefeated season as a junior defenseman in 2007-08 … totaled 46 points – 13 goals and 33 assists – in 24 games as a sophomor e … played for head coach Jaime Gagnon … was a member of the U.S. Under -18 Team that competed in the Ivan Hlinka Memorial T ournament in the Czech Republic and Slovakia in August 2008.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Leahy Family Scholarship Fund … was selected by the Car olina Hurricanes in the second r ound (51st overall) of the 2009 N HL Entry Draft … Brian is the second of Deb and Pete Dumoulin’ s three children; has an older brother John and a younger sister Katherine.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

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CL GP Fr. 42 So. 37 79

G 1 3 4

A PTS 21 22 30 33 51 55

+/+40 +23 +63

PEN 8/16 3/6 11/24

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PPG SHG 0 0 2 0 2 0

HT GW 0 0 0 1 0 1


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BEFORE BC

BROOKS DYROFF

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Jr. / F / 6-0 / 190 Phillips Andover (Mass.) Academy

Boulder, Colo. BROOKS ROBERT DYROFF; born January 22, 1990 ... shoots right … earned the 2010-11 BN Y W ealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award presented annually to college hockey’ s finest citizen who best exemplifies the qualities of character , scholarship, and devotion to the game, the team and the community.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in nine games … played in six of the team’ s final eight games of the season, including five straight from March 5 to March 19 … made his collegiate debut in the team’s 6-0 home win over Vermont (11/28).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Did not see any game action.

Registered 30 points – 16 goals and 14 assists – in 26 games as a senior forward at Phillips Andover in 2008-09; ranked second on the team in scoring … ser ved as team captain … earned the 2009 Sumner Smith Hockey Award (given to a hockey player in good scholastic standing who has contributed the most to the sport and the school through sportsmanship, endeavor and ability) … played for head coach Dean Boylan … attended N iwot High School in N iwot, Colo., prior to enr olling at Andover … earned the 2006 Sean Student Leadership Award given by the state of Colorado Hockey Association to a player who demonstrates leadership on the ice and in the classr oom … attended the U.S. National U15 Hockey camp in 2005 … has also played lacr osse, golf and skiing.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Ar ts & Sciences … twice earned All-Hockey East Academic honors – in 2009-10 and 2010-11 … co-founder of CEO4Teens, a non-profit organization which offers educational opportunities to teens in third-world countries; has sent more than 50 Indonesian students from low-income families on a year -long computer pr ogramming course at Indonesia’ s Campuhan College; fur thered outreach to Boston area since 2009, awar ding scholarships to Roxbury Community College’s GED pr ogram to seven individuals … an accomplished filmmaker who earned “Best Student Documentary” at Newpor t Beach Film Festival and Bayou Inspirational Film Festival and captur ed “Best of 2008” honors at Kids First Film Festival for A Drop In The Bucket … was nominated for the “Best Public Ser vice Film” at the 2009 Swansea Film Festival in Wales for Change For Change … Br ooks is the son of W endi Hill and Matt Dyroff; has three younger sisters – Charlee, Skylar and Elliot.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP Fr. So. 9 0

G

A PTS +/PEN Did not see any game action 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PPG SHG 0 0

0 0

HT GW 0 0

0 0

Hockey Humanitarian Award recipient Brooks Dyroff and head coach Jerry York at the 2011 award presentation at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn.

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CHRIS KREIDER

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Jr. / F / 6-3 / 225 Phillips Andover Boxford, Mass. CHRISTOPHER JAMES KREIDER; born April 30, 1991 ... shoots left ... captured a bronze medal with the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championships in Buffalo, N.Y; registered six points – four goals and two assists … captured a gold medal with the U.S. National Junior Team at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; registered seven points – six goals and one assist … has twice traveled with the U.S. Men’ s National Team; competed at the 2010 IIHF World Championship in Germany and the 2011 IIHF W orld Championship in Slovakia … has twice par ticipated in the U.S. National Junior Team Evaluation Camp; traveled to Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2009 and 2010 … spent two years at Masconomet Regional and two years at Phillips Andover.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in 32 games … missed two games in early January while playing the World Junior Championship and missed five games (3/5 – 3/19) because of a broken jaw … registered 24 points – 11 goals and 13 assists; recorded 20 points – nine goals and 11 assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … scor ed two power -play goals, one shor thanded goal and one game-winning goal … enjoyed five multiple-point per formances, includ-

ing two thr ee-point outings … enjoyed thr ee multiple-goal ef forts … earned Beanpot Most V aluable Player honors after stellar ef forts in two wins; tallied three points – two power -play goals and the primary assist on Jimmy Hayes’ game-winning goal – in the team’s 7-6 overtime victory over Northeastern (2/14) in the championship game in TD Garden … tallied three points – one goal and two assists – in a 9-5 win at Boston University (12/4) … scored twice in the team’s 5-2 home win over UMassLowell (11/2) … scor ed two goals in the team’ s 7-7 home tie against N ortheastern (2/18) … netted a shor thanded score in a 5-2 home win over Boston University (12/4).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in 38 games … earned Hockey East All-Rookie T eam honors … missed two January games while playing in the W orld Junior Championship … registered 23 points – 15 goals and eight assists; recorded 12 points – nine goals and three assists – in 25 conference contests … scored three game-winning goals … finished the season with a plus-21 rating; was a plus-10 in league action … enjoyed thr ee multiple-point performances, including one multiple-goal effort … tallied seven points – three goals and four assists – in eight postseason victories … totaled two points – one goal (the gamewinner) and one assist – and a plus-three rating in a 3-0 win over Vermont (3/27) in the semifinal round of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Garden … notched two assists in a 7-6 over time victory against Maine (3/28) in the league tournament’ s championship game … lifted the team to a 3-0 lead at 3:40 of the thir d period of a 5-0 victory over Wisconsin (4/10) in the championship game of the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detr oit, Mich. … earned Hockey East Rookie of the W eek honors after stellar ef forts in victories over Boston University (2/8) and UMass-Lowell (2/13); scored the team’s third goal in a 4-3 win over the Terriers in the Beanpot title game, then snapped a 1-1 tie with 13.8 seconds left in the third period to lift the team to a 2-1 home win over the River Hawks … broke a 2-2 tie at 2:02 of the overtime period to lift the team to a 3-2 home win over Massachusetts (2/23) … scored twice in a 5-4 over time loss to Boston University (1/22) … notched his first collegiate goal in a 7-1 home win over V ermont (11/14).

BEFORE BC

Earned Prep Player of the Year and All-New England East honors as a junior left wing at Phillips Andover … registered 56 points – 33 goals and 23 assists – in 26 games in 2008-09 … also earned All-Star recognition at the annual Flood-Marr Tournament … totaled 41 points – 26 goals and 15 assists – in 23 games for the Big Blue in 2007-08 … played for head coach Dean Boylan … earned Salem News Player of the Y ear honors as a sophomore forward at Masconomet in 2006-07; recorded 41 points – 28 goals and 13 assists – in 21 games … played for head coach Bill Blackwell.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Edward J. O’Brien, Jr., M.D. Men’s Ice Hockey Scholarship … was selected by the New York Rangers in the first round (19th overall) of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft … Chris and his younger sister Katie ar e the children of Kathy and David Kreider.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

30

CL GP Fr. 38 So. 32 70

G 15 11 26

A PTS 8 23 13 24 21 47

+/+21 0 +21

PEN 13/26 17/37 30/63

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

PPG SHG 0 0 2 1 2 1

HT GW 0 3 0 1 0 4


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PARKER MILNER

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Jr. / G / 6-1 / 200 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)

Pittsburgh, Pa. PARKER JOHN MILNER; born September 6, 1990 ... catches left … graduated from West High School in W aterloo, Iowa. … attended A von Old Farms for one year (2007-08) and Mt. Lebanon High School in Pittsburgh, Pa., for two years (2005-07).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in eight games … r ecorded six starts … registered a 3-2-0 record,

a 2.68 goals against average and a .899 save per centage … had a 2-2-0 record, a 3.18 goals against average and a .887 save percentage in five conference starts … recorded one shutout … stopped all 20 shots faced in his first appearance of the season – a 3-0 win at Denver (10/16) … registered 33 saves in the team’s 3-1 win at Providence (1/8) … stopped 22 shots in a 5-3 home win over UMass-Lowell (1/22)

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in 14 games … r egistered a 10-2-1 r ecord, a 2.32 goals against average and a .909 save per centage … had an 8-1-1 r ecord, a league-low 1.93 goals against average and a league-high .921 save per centage in 11 conference contests … made 30 saves (or more) in two wins … registered 33 saves in a 6-5 victory over Massachusetts (3/12) in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East Tournament … earned Hockey East Goaltender of the Month honors for February; went 4-0-0 with a 0.93 goals against average and a .963 save percentage; stopped 104-of-108 shots in 256:59 … made 25 saves in a 2-1 home win over UMass-Lowell (2/13) … earned Hockey East Goaltender of the W eek recognition after stellar ef forts in league wins over Merrimack (2/21) and Massachusetts (2/23); tallied 17 saves in 55:12 of a 7-0 home win over the W arriors and then registered a seasonhigh 34 saves in a 2-1 over time victory over the Minutemen … earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors after a 23-save performance in a 3-1 win at Massachusetts (12/4) ... made 15 saves in a 4-3 home win over Merrimack (10/3) in his collegiate debut.

BEFORE BC

Finished with a 20-7-1 r ecord, a 2.90 goals against average and a .902 save percentage in 31 games for the Waterloo Black Hawks in 2008-09 … ranked tied for second among all USHL goaltenders with thr ee shutouts … was voted W aterloo’s Most Improved Player by his teammates at the conclusion of the season … twice earned USHL goaltender of the week honors … played for head coach P.K. O’Handley … registered an 11-0-0 record, a 1.92 goals against average and a .935 save per centage as a junior goaltender at Avon Old Farms; helped lead the Winged Beavers to the 2008 N ew England Pr ep School title … played for head coach John Gardner … played the 2006-07 season for the Pittsbur gh Hornets … has also played lacrosse.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … is the 2011-12 recipient of the E. Paul Robsham, Jr., Goalie Scholarship Fund in Men’s Hockey … Parker and his younger sisters Mackenzie and Mara ar e the children of Cheri and Chris Milner.

Career Statistics Year 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL Fr. So.

W-L-T 10-2-1 3-2-0 13-4-1

GP/Min. SO 14/801:29 0 8/380:20 1 22/1181:49 1

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GA/Avg. 31/2.32 17/2.68 48/2.44

Saves/Pct. 308/.909 151/.899 459/.905

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PAT MULLANE

points – one goal and one assist – in a 5-3 win over Merrimack (3/19) in the league tournament championship game … scor ed the game’s decisive score in a 4-on-3 man-advantage situation in a 2-1 home win over Massachusetts (2/26) … netted the decisive score on the power play at 5:09 of the third period in a 3-2 home win over Merrimack (10/29).

Jr. / F / 5-11 / 190 AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Omaha Lancers (USHL) Wallingford, Conn. MAURICE PATRICK MULLANE; born July 31, 1990 ... shoots left … has tallied 14 points – thr ee goals and 11 assists – in 13 postseason contests … played the 2008-09 season with the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League; graduated fr om Millard N orth High School in Omaha, N eb. … attended the A von Old Farms School in A von, Conn., from 2005-08.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in all 39 games … r egistered 29 points – eight goals and 21 assists; recorded 16 points – five goals and 11 assists – in 27 Hockey East contests … finished the season with a plus-12 ratings; was a plus-seven in league play … scor ed four power -play goals and four game-winning goals … enjoyed four multiple-point performances (all in the final 12 games of the season) … concluded the season on a six-game scoring str eak; recorded nine points – three goals and six assists – during this stretch … tallied seven points – two goals and five assists – in five postseason contests … notched two points – one goal and one assist – in a 7-6 over time victory over Northeastern (2/14) in the Beanpot championship game in TD Gar den … snapped a 3-3 tie with 4:53 left on the clock to lift Boston College to a 4-3 win at N ew Hampshir e (3/5) in the r egular-season finale, a victory that clinched the program’s 11th Hockey East regular-season title; also tallied an assist … scored the decisive goal on the power-play at 8:22 of the third period in a 5-4 win over Nor theastern (3/18) in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Gar den; also tallied an assist … r ecorded two

Played in all 42 games … registered 28 points – eight goals and 20 assists; recorded 18 points – six goals and 12 assists – in confer ence contests … finished the season with a plus-12 rating; was a plus-six in league action … scored three game-winning goals and one power-play goal … enjoyed six two-point performances … earned Hockey East Rookie of the W eek honors after two stellar efforts against Maine; notched two points, including his first collegiate goal, in a 4-3 win over the Black Bears (11/20) and then scored once in a 3-3 tie the next night … registered two points – one goal and one assist – in a 6-0 opening-r ound victory over Har vard (2/1) in the Beanpot in TD Gar den … totaled two points – one goal and one assist – against Boston University (1/22) … r ecorded two assists in each of two victories at Massachusetts (12/4 & 2/5) … tallied seven points – one goal and six assists – in eight postseason victories; notched at least one point in six playof f contests … tallied two assists in a 7-1 win over Miami (4/8) in the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich. … scored the game-winning thir d-period goal in a 3-1 win over Alaska (3/27) in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinal in Worcester, Mass. … notched the primary assist on Chris Kr eider’s game-winning goal at 2:02 of the overtime period in a 2-1 home win over Massachusetts (2/26) … assisted on Paul Car ey’s decisive thir d-period score in a 3-2 home win over New Hampshire (3/6) in the regular-season finale.

BEFORE BC

Ranked second among all Omaha Lancers in scoring with 57 points – 23 goals and 34 assists – in 54 games in 2008-09 … r epresented the West Division in the league’s 2009 Prospects/All-Star Game in Sioux Falls, S.D … played for Lancers’ head coach Bliss Littler … shar ed 2007-08 Avon Old Farms team captain responsibilities with Cam Atkinson; helped lead the Winged Beavers to the 2008 New England Pr ep School title … registered 55 points – 21 goals and 34 assists – in 28 games as a junior left wing; ranked second on the team in scoring behind Cam Atkinson … played for Avon Old Farms’ head coach John Gar dner … was a member of the U-17 U.S. Blue squad that captured the gold medal at the 2006 Four N ations Tournament in Rochester, N .Y.; played alongside BC classmate Steven Whitney … was a member of U.S. U-20 team that captur ed the gold medal at the 2008 World Junior A Challenge in Camrose, Alberta … also earned varsity letters in soccer and baseball at Avon Old Farms; captured the 2008 New England Prep School soccer championship.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Schiller Family Men’s Ice Hockey Scholarship Fund … earned A von Old Farms’ Hamilton Book Award given to the outstanding student, athlete and citizen in 2007 … Pat and his older sister Marissa, a two-time captain of the Colby College women’s hockey team, are the children of Amanda Mullane.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

32

CL GP Fr. 42 So. 39 81

G 8 8 16

A PTS 20 28 21 29 41 57

+/+12 +12 +24

PEN 4/8 7/14 11/22

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

PPG SHG 1 0 4 0 5 0

HT GW 0 1 0 4 0 5


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PATRICK WEY

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Jr. / D / 6-3 / 210 Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)

Pittsburgh, Pa. PATRICK SEAN WEY; born March 21, 1991 ... shoots right … captur ed a bronze medal with the U.S. N ational Junior T eam at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championships in Buf falo, N .Y … par ticipated in the Washington Capitals development camp in July 2011 … twice participated in the U.S. National Junior T eam Evaluation Camp; traveled to Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2009 and August of 2010 … played the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League … graduated fr om West High School in W aterloo, Iowa … attended Mt. Lebanon High School in Pittsbur gh, Pa. (2005-07).

tallied game-high plus-three ratings in each of three victories – a 4-1 home win over Maine (11/21), a 7-6 over time win over N or theastern (2/14) in the Beanpot championship game in TD Gar den and a 5-3 win over Merrimack (3/19) in the championship game of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Gar den … notched an assist on each of two decisive goals; tallied the primary assist on Steven Whitney’ s game-winning goal in the team’s 5-2 home win over Boston University (12/4) and assisted on Cam Atkinson’s decisive goal in a 5-3 win over Merrimack (3/19) in the championship game of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Garden …netted his first collegiate goal at 7:23 of the thir d period at Merrimack (11/26).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in 27 games … missed 15 games because of injuries/illness … registered five assists; r ecorded four assists in 19 Hockey East contests … totaled a plus-four rating … tallied his first car eer assist on Cam Atkinson’s third-period goal in a 4-3 win at Maine (11/20) … assisted on Pat Mullane’s decisive goal in a 3-1 win at Providence (12/12) … assisted on Joe Whitney’s first-period goal at Denver (1/2).

BEFORE BC

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in 37 games; missed two January games while competing at the World Junior Championships … r egistered eight points – one goal and seven assists; recorded five points – one goal and four assists – in 27 conference contests … finished the season ranked second among the team’ s defensemen with plus-20 rating; was a plus-12 rating in league action …

Registered 34 points – seven goals and 27 assists – in 58 r egular-season games in 2008-09 … finished the season ranked thir d among all Black Hawks with a plus-minus rating of plus-22 … voted (by his teammates) as co-recipient of Waterloo’s Unsung Hero Award at the conclusion of the season … played for the East Division in the USHL ’s 2009 Prospects/AllStar Game in Sioux Falls, N.D. … earned USHL Defensive Player of the Week honors on Jan. 26 … recorded six points – one goal and five assists – in 35 r egular-season games in 2007-08; added one point – a goal – in eight playoff contests … played for W aterloo head coach P.K. O’Handley … has also played lacrosse.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … earned 2010-11 AllHockey East Academic T eam honors … is the 2011-12 r ecipient of the Martin Family Hockey Scholarship Fund … member of W est High School’s chapter of the N ational Honor Society … was selected by the Washington Capitals in the fourth round (115th overall) of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft … Patrick is the youngest of Mary Jane and Steve Wey’s three children; has one brother and one sister.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP Fr. 27 So. 37 64

G 0 1 1

A PTS 5 5 7 8 12 13

+/+4 +20 +24

PEN 4/8 17/45 21/53

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0

HT GW 0 0 0 0 0 0

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STEVEN WHITNEY

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Jr. / F / 5-7 / 162 Lawrence Academy Reading, Mass. STEVEN JAMES WHITNEY; born February 18, 1991 ... shoots right ... participated in the U.S. National Junior T eam Evaluation Camp in Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2010.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in 36 games; missed two games in late October because of injury … registered 16 points – six goals and 10 assists; r ecorded 11 points – four goals and 11 assists – in 24 conference contests … scored one powerplay goal and two game-winning goals … enjoyed two multiple-point games, including one multiple-goal per formance … earned Hockey East Co-Player of the Week honors after combining for four points and a plusthree rating in consecutive victories over Boston University; tallied two assists in a 9-5 win over the Terriers (12/3) at Agganis Arena then notched two goals, including the game’s decisive tally in the team’s 5-2 home win the next night … snapped a scoreless tie with a power-play goal with 7:19 remaining in the thir d period in the team’ s 2-0 season-opening win at Northeastern (10/9).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … registered 28 points – seven goals and 21 assists; recorded 16 points – five goals and 11 assists – in confer ence contests …

scored four power-play goals and two game-winning goals … finished the season with a plus-seven rating … enjoyed six multiple-point per formances, including three three-point efforts … earned Hockey East Rookie of the W eek honors after stellar ef forts in consecutive victories over Massachusetts (3/12 & 13) in the Hockey East quar terfinals; scored one goal – the gamewinner – and assisted on each of two power -play goals scored by Cam Atkinson in a 6-5 win over the Minutemen and then notched the primary assist on Paul Car ey’s third-period goal in a 5-2 series-clinching victory the next night … earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors after assisting on thr ee (of the team’s six) goals in road wins over Har vard (12/9) and Pr ovidence (12/12); assisted on Jimmy Hayes’ decisive score in a 3-2 win against the Crimson and tallied two assists in a 3-1 win against the Friars … tallied three points – one goal and two assists – in a 7-1 win at Massachusetts (2/5) … notched his first collegiate goal and point at 2:45 of the first period in a 7-1 home win over Vermont (11/14); finished the contest with thr ee points – two goals and one assist … assisted on classmate Chris Kr eider’s game-winning goal at 2:02 of the overtime period in a 2-1 home win over Massachusetts (2/26) … assisted on each of the team’ s opening scores – both by Ben Smith – against Miami (4/8) and W isconsin (4/10) in the N CAA T ournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich.; notched the primary assist on Smith’s decisive score in the team’s 5-0 win over the Badgers in the national championship game.

BEFORE BC

Registered 163 points – 67 goals and 96 assists – during his four -year schoolboy career … Earned All-ISL honors as a junior and senior forward for the Spartans… gained team MVP honors in 2008-09 after totaling 55 points – 21 goals and 34 assists; led Lawr ence to the ISL championship … served as team captain … registered 37 points – 15 goals and 22 assists – as a junior in 2007-08 … finished his sophomor e campaign with a team-high 53 points – 23 goals and 30 assists … played for Lawr ence Academy head coach Kevin Potter … joined the Omaha Lancers of the United States Hockey League at the conclusion of his senior pr ep school hockey season; r ecorded 15 points – four goals and 11 assists – in 12 games … led the U.S. Under -17 Select Team to the 2006 Thr ee Nations Cup championship in Rochester, N.Y.; netted a team-high seven points – two goals and five assists … played for the U.S. Under-17 Select Team that finished second at the 2007 Under -17 Five N ations Cup in the Czech Republic; led the team in scoring with seven points – four goals and three assists … was a member of the U.S. Under-18 Select Team that competed in the 2008 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in the Czech Republic and Slovakia; led the team in scoring with six points – two goals and four assists … also excelled on the baseball diamond; earned All-ISL honorable mention honors as a senior.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Ar ts & Sciences … is the 2011-12 r ecipient of the John P. Cunniff ’66 Memorial Hockey Scholarship and the Morrissey Brothers Memorial Hockey Fund … Steven is the second of Cherylann and John Whitney’s three sons; his older br other Joe earned four varsity letters and served as team captain of the 2010-11 BC hockey team.

Career Statistics YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

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CL GP Fr. 42 So. 36 78

G 7 6 13

A PTS 21 28 10 16 31 44

+/+7 0 +7

PEN 14/28 25/61 39/89

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

PPG SHG 4 0 1 0 5 0

HT GW 0 2 0 2 0 4


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BILL ARNOLD

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PATRICK BROWN

23

So. / F / 6-0 / 210

So. / F / 6-1 / 200

USA Under-18 Team

Cranbrook Kingswood

Reading, Mass.

Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

WILLIAM N ORRIS ARN OLD; born May 13, 1992 ... shoots right … played two years – 2007-08 and 2008-09 – at the Noble and Gr eenough School before moving to Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, Mich. to play in the U.S. National Team Development Program.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Played in all 39 games … earned Hockey East All-Rookie Team honors … earned the program’s Bernie Burke Outstanding Fr eshman award … registered 20 points – 10 goals and 10 assists; r ecorded 15 points – eight goals and seven assists – in confer ence contests … finished the season with a plus-10 rating; was a plus-seven in league action … scor ed one power-play goal, two shor thanded goals and one game-winning goal … enjoyed three multiple-point per formances … tallied two points – the game’s decisive goal and one assist – in a 4-1 home win over Maine (11/21) … recorded two points – one goal and one assist – in a 9-5 win at Boston University (12/3) … notched two points – one goal and one assist – in a 5-1 win at UMass-Lowell (1/29) … br oke a 4-4 tie with an unassisted shorthanded goal in the third period of the team's 6-5 win over Colgate (12/30) in the opening game of the four -team Ledyard National Bank Classic at Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. … scored in a shorthanded situation in the team’s 4-0 home win over New Hampshire (3/4).

BEFORE BC

Registered 51 points – 20 goals and 31 assists – in 64 games for the U-18 team in 2009-10 … captured a gold medal with the U-18 at the World U18 Championships in Minsk, Belarus; tallied thr ee points – one goal and two assists – in four games and a plus-five rating … earned a silver medal for the U-18 team at the Six Nations Cup in Belarus; tallied five points – three goals and two assists – in five games … played for head coach Kur t Kleinendorst … captained the 2008 U-17 select team that played in the Five N ations T ournament in Slovakia; earned the tournament’ s Most Outstanding Forward award … finished the 2008-09 season tied with Kevin Hayes for the Noble and Greenough lead with 55 points – 28 goals and 27 assists – in 39 games … gained MVP and All-T ournament Team honors at the Flood-Marr Tournament in December 2008.

PATRICK WELLINGTON BROWN; born May 29, 1992 ... shoots right.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Played in 29 games … registered one assist … tallied a plus-one rating in 20 Hockey East contests … tallied his first collegiate point with an assist on Tommy Atkinson’s second-period goal in the team’s 4-0 home win over Maine (11/19).

BEFORE BC

Registered a team-high 48 points – 23 goals and 25 assists – in 30 games for Bloomfield Hills Cranbr ook-Kingswood in 2009-10; ser ved as team co-captain … helped guide the team to the 2010 Michigan High School Athletic Association Division III State Championship, its second straight state title … earned Michigan Interscholastic Hockey League co-Most Valuable Player honors after tallying a league-best 20 points – 12 goals and eight assists – in conference contests … twice earned Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association (MHSHCA) All-State first-team honors – in 2008-09 and 2009-10; captur ed MHSHCA Dream Team status as a senior … captur ed MHSHCA All-State honorable mention accolades as a sophomore … played for head coach Andy Weidenbach … has also played lacrosse.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Ar ts & Sciences … earned 2010-11 Hockey East All-Academic Team honors … Patrick, his older sister Anna and younger siblings Kaitlin, Christopher and Lily ar e the childr en of Maureen and Doug Brown; both parents are Boston College graduates; his father played 15 seasons in the National Hockey League and was inducted into the Boston College V arsity Club Hall of Fame in 2004; his uncle Greg Brown is an assistant hockey coach at Boston College.

Career Statistics YEAR 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP Fr. 29 29

G 0 0

A PTS 1 1 1 1

+/0 0

PEN 4/8 4/8

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0

HT GW 0 0 0 0

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … earned 2010-11 Hockey East All-Academic Team honors … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Paul Fulchino Scholarship … was selected by the Calgary Flames in the fourth round (108th overall) of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft … Bill and his older sister Victoria are the children of Kirk and David Arnold.

Career Statistics YEAR CL GP 22010-11 Fr. 39 CAREER 39

G 10 10

A PTS 10 20 10 20

+/+10 +10

PEN 19/38 19/38

PPG SHG 1 2 1 2

HT GW 0 1 0 1

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KEVIN HAYES

12

ISAAC MACLEOD

7

So. / F / 6-3 / 205

So. / D / 6-4 / 210

Noble and Greenough

Penticton Vees (BCHL)

Dorchester, Mass.

Nelson, BC

KEVIN PATRICK HAYES; born May 8, 1992 ... shoots left … par ticipated in the U.S. National Junior T eam Evaluation Camp; traveled to Lake Placid, N .Y. in August of 2010. … twice par ticipated in the Chicago Blackhawks Development Camp – in July 2010 and July 2011.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Played in 31games; missed eight games (11/12 – 12/4) because of a knee injury … registered 14 points – four goals and 10 assists; r ecorded four points – one goal and three assists – in 19 Hockey East contests … scored two power-play goals … enjoyed two multiple-point per formances, including one three-point effort … tallied three points – one goal and two assists – in the team’s 5-4 win over Northeastern (3/18) in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Garden … notched his first collegiate points – one goal and one assist – in a 6-2 win at Denver (10/15) … assisted on Pat Mullane’s decisive goal in a 3-2 home win over Merrimack (10/29).

BEFORE BC

Earned Prep Player of the Year and All-New England East honors as a forward at Nobles in 2009-10 … registered a team-high 69 points – 25 goals and 44 assists – in 29 games … was a member of U.S. U-18 team that competed at the Ivan Hlinka Tournament in Czech Republic and Slovakia August of 2009; led the team with two goals in thr ee games … finished the 2008-09 season tied with Bill Arnold for the Noble and Gr eenough lead with 55 points – 28 goals and 27 assists – in 39 games … played for head coach Brian Day.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... is the 2011-12 r ecipient of the George J. Norberg ’39 Memorial Scholarship … was selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the first r ound (24th overall) of the 2010 N HL Entry Draft … Kevin is the third of Shelagh and Kevin Hayes’ five children; his older brother Jimmy was a three-year letterwinner (2008-2011) on the Boston College hockey team.

ISAAC TOMO MACLEOD; born February 22, 1992 ... shoots left … participated in the San Jose Sharks Development Camp in July 2010.

AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11)

Played in 22 games, including 18 Hockey East contests … recorded three assists … tallied his first collegiate point with an assist on Chris Kreider’s opening goal in a 5-2 win over UMass-Lowell (11/2) … made his collegiate debut in a 3-0 win at Denver (10/16).

BEFORE BC

Registered 23 assists in 56 games as a defenseman for the Penticton V ees of the British Columbia Hockey League in 2009-10 … played for head coach Fred Harbinson … tallied 24 points – six goals and 18 assists – in 49 games for the N elson Leafs of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League in 2008-09; team captur ed the league regular-season and playoff championships … played for head coach Simon Wheeldon … twice earned a team’ s top academic awar d – for Nelson in 2008-09 and Penticton in 2009-10 … has also participated in soccer, basketball, swimming, golf and cross-country.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... earned 2010-11 Hockey East All-Academic Team honors … was selected by the San Jose Sharks in the fifth r ound (136th overall) of the 2010 N HL Entry Draft … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Joseph P. ’88 and Donna L. Hoffman Scholarship In Memory of Joseph S. Hoffman … Isaac is the youngest of Deborah and Allan MacLeod’s three children; his br other Alex is a for ward on the Michigan Tech hockey team and his sister Rebecca is a violinist studying music at Carnegie Mellon.

Career Statistics YEAR 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP Fr. 24 24

G 0 0

A PTS 3 3 3 3

+/-4 -4

PEN 5/10 5/10

Career Statistics YEAR 2010-11 CAREER

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CL GP Fr. 31 31

G 4 4

A PTS 10 14 10 14

+/-3 -3

PEN 4/8 4/8

PPG SHG 2 0 2 0

HT GW 0 0 0 0

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BRAD BARONE

Fr. / G / 5-11 / 180 South Shore Kings (EJHL) Medfield, Mass. BRADLEY JAMES BARONE; born December 2, 1990 ... catches left … played the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons with the South Shor e Kings of the Eastern Junior Hockey League … played four seasons of varsity hockey at Roxbury Latin before graduating in 2009.

Earned team MVP honors after r ecording an 18-11-5 r ecord in 37 r egular-season games as a goalie for the South Shore Kings in 2010-11 … finished with a 3.25 goals-against average and a .913 save per centage … posted a 1.71 goals-against average and .925 save percentage in five playoff games … also played 37 games in 2009-10, registering a 20-4-2 record, a 2.58 goals-against average and a .931 save per centage … played for Kings head coach Scott Harlow, a former BC hockey star and a member of BC’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame … as a senior at Roxbury Latin, he captured Boston Globe All-Scholastic (ISL) honors in 2008-09; also gained All-New England, Independent School League MVP and All-ISL accolades after totaling a 1.90 goals-against average and a .938 save per centage … played for head coach Mo Randall.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences … Brad is the oldest of Stacey and Ted Barone’s three children; his dad graduated fr om BC, while his mom earned her doctorate fr om BC and now teaches in the Connell School of Nursing.

BEFORE BC

5

MARK BEGERT Fr. / D / 6-0 / 190

Coquitlam Express (BCHL) West Vancouver, BC MARK ANGUS BEGERT; born June 6, 1993 ... shoots right … played the 2010-11 season with the Coquitlam Expr ess of the British Columbia Hockey League; prior to that, he played the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons with the North West Giants of the BC Major Midget League … graduated from Sentinel Secondary in 2011.

Registered 11 points – four goals and seven assists – in 60 r egular-season games for the Coquitlam Expr ess in 2010-11; tallied thr ee power-play goals and one game-winning goal … played for head coach Jon Calvano … played two seasons with the Vancouver North West Giants, helping the club gain consecutive Major Midget League championships … totaled 31 points – six goals and 25 assists – in 2009-10 … was selected to T eam Blue in the 2010 Major Midget League All-Star Game … helped his team capture the 2009 Mac’s AAA Midget Hockey Tournament (in Calgary).

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … a fine student who earned BCHL Academic All-Star honors; also named top student on Coquitlam Express … Mark is the middle of Meryl and Brian Beger t’s three sons.

BEFORE BC

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BRIAN BILLETT Fr. / G / 6-1 / 190

N.H. JR. Monarchs (EJHL) Brunswick, Maine BRIAN JUSTIN BILLETT; born March 19, 1992 ... catches left … played the last three seasons with the New Hampshir e Junior Monarchs of the Eastern Junior Hockey League, notching 62 r egular-season wins and 11 postseason wins in the net … graduated fr om Kennebunk (Maine) High School in 2010.

Selected to the EJHL All-Star Game in each of his three seasons … led the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs to consecutive Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL) titles in 2009-10 and 2010-11 … finished the 2010-11 season with a 19-2-1 record in 24 regular-season games; posted a 1.93 goalsagainst average and a .933 save percentage … recorded three shutouts … had a perfect 6-0 record in playoff action; recorded a 1.66 goals-against average and .950 save per centage in the six playof f games … captur ed EJHL Goaltender of the Year honors in 2009-10; played in 44 regular-season games, registering a 21-2-3 record, a 1.92 goals-against average and a .943 save percentage … played for Monarchs head coach Sean Tremblay.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management… is the 2011-12 recipient of the Bristing Scholarship Fund … Brian and his older br other Christopher are the sons of Patricia and Mark Billett.

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JOHNNY GAUDREAU Fr. / F / 5-8 / 150

Dubuque Fighting Saints (USHL)

Carneys Point, N.J. JOHN MICHAEL GAUDREAU; born August 13, 1993 ... shoots left … played the 2010-11 season with the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League; graduated fr om Dubuque Senior High School in 2011 … attended Gloucester (NJ) Catholic fr om 2007-10.

Earned USHL Rookie of the Y ear honors as a member of the Dubuque Fighting Saints in 2010-11; ranked fourth in the USHL in scoring with 72 points – 36 goals and 36 assists – in 60 r egular-season games … ranked among league leaders in goals (second), power-play goals (first with 15), game-winning goals (third with 7), plus-minus rating (ninth at plus-21) and shooting percentage (first at 23.4 per cent) … was one of 44 players selected to the midseason CCM USHL All-Star T eams … twice gained USHL Offensive Player of the W eek accolades … played for Dubuque head coach Jim Montgomery … earned All-State second-team honors from the Star-Ledger as a junior at Gloucester Catholic in 2009-10; registered 48 points – 21 goals and 27 assists – in 14 games for the Rams … also played 48 games for Team Comcast (Midget Major U18, Tier 1 Elite Hockey) in 2009-10, totaling 58 points – 29 goals and 29 assists.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences … was selected by the Calgary Flames in the fourth round (104th overall) of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft … John is the son of Jane and Guy Gaudreau; has three siblings – Kristen, Matthew and Katie.

DANIEL JOSEPH LINELL; born September 4, 1992 ... shoots right.

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DANNY LINELL Fr. / F / 5-8 / 185

Choate Rosemary Hall (CT) Great Neck, N.Y.

BEFORE BC

Earned team MVP honors as a senior forward at Choate Rosemary Hall … registered 33 points – 18 goals and 15 assists in 18 games in 2010-11 … totaled 31 points – 18 goals and 13 assists – in 22 games as a junior … helped the 2009-10 Wild Boars to a 21-6-1 r ecord and the New England Prep Large School title … played for head coach Pat Dennehy … also played on the school’s lacrosse team.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … is the 2011-12 recipient of the Hugh and Doris MacIsaac Family Scholarship Fund … Danny is the third of Margaret and Victor Linell’s four children.

MICHAEL JEROME SIT; born February 4, 1993 ... shoots left.

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MICHAEL SIT

Fr. / F / 5-10 / 180 Edina Edina, Minn.

BEFORE BC

Earned All-Minnesota State High School League honors as a junior and senior at Edina High School … r egistered 40 points – 14 goals and 26 assists – in 30 games in 2010-11 … ser ved as team captain as a senior … tallied 30 points – 13 goals and 17 assists – in 31 games as a junior; helped the Hornets to a 23-6-2 record and the State Class AA title … netted one goal in the championship-game win over Minnetonka … played for head coach Curt Giles.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carr oll School of Management … Michael is the middle of Michele and Roger Sit’s three children.

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QUINN SMITH Fr. / F / 5-8 / 165

Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)

Fairfield, Conn.

QUIN N MATTHEW SMITH; born January 11, 1992 ... shoots left … played the 2010-11 season for the Y oungstown Phantoms of the United States Hockey League … played pr ep school hockey at Avon Old Farms, before graduating in 2010.

BEFORE BC

Registered 17 points – nine goals and eight assists – in 52 games with Youngstown in 2010-11 … earned team MVP honors as a senior at A von Old Farms; led the 2009-10 Winged Beavers to an 18-7-1 r ecord and the New England Division I Prep School title … notched 46 points – 21 goals and 25 assists – in 2009-10 … ser ved as team captain in 2009-10 … played for head coach John Gardner.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Ar ts & Sciences … Quinn and his br other Grant are the sons of Madonna Sacco and Brian Smith.

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CAM SPIRO

Fr. / F / 5-11 / 204 Tabor Academy Hingham, Mass.

CAMERON JAMES SPIRO; born December 30, 1991 ... shoots left … played two seasons at Hingham High School, befor e moving to Tabor

BEFORE BC

Earned NEPSIHA All-New England honors as a senior for ward at Tabor Academy … registered 52 points – 27 goals and 25 assists – in 26 games in 2010-11 … notched 50 points – 28 goals and 22 assists – as a junior … served as team captain in 2010-11 … r eceived the pr ogram’s Varsity Coaches’ Award in 2010-11 … played for head coach Gerry Dineen … also played on the school’ s lacrosse team, capturing US Lacr osse Boys’ High School All-America honors in his junior and senior seasons.

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management … Cam is the son of Leah Bleicken and Scott Spiro; has four siblings.

BEFORE BC

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DESTRY STRAIGHT Fr. / F / 6-0 / 165

Coquitlam Express (BCHL) West Vancouver, BC DESTRY McLEOD STRAIGHT; born March 22, 1993 ... shoots left … played the 2010-11 season with the Coquitlam Expr ess of the British Columbia Hockey League; prior to that, he played the 2008-09 season with the Hollyburn Huskies of the Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association and 2009-10 season with the N or th West Giants of the BC Major Midget League … graduated from Sentinel Secondary in 2011.

Registered 67 points – 26 goals and 41 assists – in 49 r egular-season games for the Coquitlam Express in 2010-11; tallied 11 power-play goals, one shorthanded goal and two game-winning goals … notched one trick (at Surrey Eagles, Oct. 13, 2010) … added thr ee points – one goal and two assists – in four playoff games … played for head coach Jon Calvano … totaled 63 points – 12 goals and 51 assists – in 39 games with the Vancouver N orth West Giants in 2009-10, helping the club gain the Major Midget League championship … was selected to T eam Blue in the 2010 Major Midget League All-Star Game … helped his team capture the 2009 Mac’s AAA Midget Hockey Tournament (in Calgary).

PERSONAL

Enrolled in the College of Ar ts & Sciences … is the 2011-12 r ecipient of the Heffernan Family Men’s Hockey Fund and the Pike’ s Peak Hockey Scholarship Fund … Destry is the son of Megan and Rob Straight; has one brother and one sister.

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TV/RADIO CHART 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

#1 Brian Billett Fr, G, 6-1, 190 Brunswick, ME

#2 Brian Dumoulin Jr., D, 6-4, 210 Biddeford, ME

#3 Patch Alber Jr., D, 5-10, 170 Clifton Park, NY

#4 Tommy Cross Sr., D, 6-3, 215 Simsbury, CT

#5 Mark Begert Fr., D, 5-11, 190 West Vancouver, BC

#6 Patrick Wey Jr., D, 6-2, 210 Pittsburgh, PA

#7 Isaac MacLeod So., D, 6-5, 210 Nelson, BC

#8 Edwin Shea Sr., D, 6-0, 190 Shrewsbury, MA

#9 Barry Almeida Sr., F, 5-8, 183 Springfield, MA

#10 Danny Linell Fr., F, 5-9, 185 Great Neck, NY

#11 Pat Mullane Jr., F, 5-11, 190 Wallingford, CT

#12 Kevin Hayes So., F, 6-3, 205 Dorchester, MA

#13 Johnny Gaudreau Fr., F, 5-7, 150 Carneys Point, NJ

#14 Brooks Dyroff Jr., F, 6-0, 190 Boulder, CO

#15 Cam Spiro Fr., F, 5-11, 195 Hingham, MA

#17 Destry Straight Fr., F, 6-0, 165 West Vancouver, BC

#18 Michael Sit Fr., F, 5-10, 160 Edina, MN

#19 Chris Kreider Jr., F, 6-3, 225 Boxford, MA

#21 Steven Whitney Jr., F, 5-7, 162 Reading, MA

#22 Paul Carey Sr., F, 6-1, 196 Weymouth, MA

#28 Tommy Atkinson Sr., F, 5-8, 165 Greenwich, CT 40

#23 Patrick Brown So., F, 6-1, 197 Bloomfield Hills, MI

#29 Brad Barone Fr., G, 5-11, 180 Medfield, MA

#24 Bill Arnold So., F, 6-0, 210 Needham, MA

#30 Chris Venti Sr., G, 6-0, 175 Needham, MA

#27 Quinn Smith Fr., F, 5-8, 165 Fairfield, CT

#35 Parker Milner Jr., G, 6-1, 197 Pittsburgh, PA

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2010-11 REVIEW


2010-11 Results_formats 05 9/16/11 2:50 PM Page 1

2010-11 RESULTS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Overall Record: 30-8-1 Hockey East: 20-6-1 Home: 13-1-1

Away: 11-6-0

Neutral: 6-1-0

Date 10-9 10-15

Opponent at Northeastern* at #6/#8 Denver

Result W, 2-0 W, 6-2

Attendance 4,666 6,036

BC Goalie Muse (35) Muse (27)

10-16 10-23 10-29 10-30 11-2 11-5 11-12 11-13 11-19 11-21 11-26 11-28

at #6/#8 Denver at #17 Notre Dame Merrimack* at Merrimack* UMass-Lowell* #10/#10 New Hampshire* at Vermont* at Vermont* #3/#3 Maine* #3/#3 Maine* at #18 Merrimack* Vermont*

W, 3-0 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 4-2 W, 5-2 L, 2-1 W, 3-2 L, 5-3 W, 4-0 W, 4-1 L, 5-3 W, 6-0

6,023 2,857 6,715 2,772 3,322 6,473 4,007 4,007 7,126 5,765 2,772 4,909

12-3

at #2/#3 Boston Univ.*

W, 9-5

6,150

Milner (20) Muse (32) Muse (30) Milner (28) Muse (15) Muse (28) Muse (38) Milner (24) Muse (32) Muse (38) Muse (27) Muse (20) Venti (4) Muse (18)

12-4 12-30 12-31 1-7 1-8 1-16

#2/#3 Boston Univ.* ^ Colgate ^ Mercyhurst Providence* at Providence* at #13/#14 Maine*

W, 5-2 W, 6-5 W, 4-1 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 L, 4-1

7,884 3,410 2,828 7,884 2,107 5,001

1-21 1-22 1-29 2-4

at #15 Boston Univ.* UMass-Lowell* at UMass-Lowell* Massachusetts*

W, 3-2 W, 5-3 W, 5-1 W, 5-0

6,150 7,623 6,488 6,821

2-7 2-11 2-14

$ #14/#14 Boston Univ. at Providence* $ Northeastern

W, 3-2 (OT) W, 3-0 W, 7-6 (OT)

17,565 2,217 17,565

T, 7-7 (OT)

7,884

L, 2-1 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, 4-0 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 W, 4-2 W, 5-4 W, 5-3 L, 8-4

4,666 6,274 7,884 7,884 6,501 2,868 3,341 16,003 14,571 5,024

2-18 2-19 2-25 2-26 3-4 3-5 3-11 3-12 3-18 3-19 3-25

Northeastern* at Northeastern* at Massachusetts* Massachusetts* #7/#8 New Hampshire* at #7/#8 New Hampshire* # Massachusetts # Massachusetts # Northeastern # #7/#7 Merrimack % #13/#13 Colorado College

Muse (29) Muse (29) Muse (30) Muse (33) Milner (33) Muse (7) Milner (13) Muse (30) Milner (22) Muse (29) Muse (14) Venti (2) Muse (34) Muse (24) Muse (21) Milner (4) Muse (14) Muse (19) Muse (17) Muse (24) Muse (12) Muse (25) Muse (26) Muse (18) Muse (33) Muse (36) Muse (22) Milner (6)

Overtime: 2-0-1

BC Goals S. WHITNEY, Gibbons J. Whitney, C. Atkinson, CROSS, J. Hayes, K. Hayes, Gibbons J. HAYES, Cross, C. Atkinson Gibbons C. Atkinson, Carey, MULLANE Gibbons, C. Atkinson Kreider (2) C. ATKINSON (2), J. Hayes Alber Arnold, C. Atkinson, KREIDER C. Atkinson, J. Hayes (2) Carey, Gibbons, T. Atkinson, Mullane CAREY (2), ARNOLD, Almeida C. Atkinson (2), Wey GIBBONS, C. Atkinson, Alber, Carey, J. Hayes, Mullane J. Hayes, Carey, C. Atkinson (2), Almeida, SAMUELSSON, Kreider, Arnold, Gibbons C. Atkinson, J. Whitney, S. WHITNEY (2), Kreider J. Hayes, Gibbons, C. Atkinson, CAREY (2), Arnold K. Hayes, GIBBONS (2), Almeida Arnold, C. ATKINSON, Kreider, Carey Dumoulin, J. HAYES, Kreider C. Atkinson S. Whitney, Gibbons, DUMOULIN J. Hayes (2), Cross, Carey, J. WHITNEY C. Atkinson (2), J. HAYES, K. Hayes, Arnold J. WHITNEY, Samuelsson (2), Carey, C. Atkinson Samuelsson, J. Hayes, CROSS C. ATKINSON, Gibbons, Arnold Cross, Mullane, Kreider (2), S. Whitney, Arnold, J. HAYES J. Hayes, C. Atkinson (2), Kreider (2), Gibbons, Arnold C. Atkinson Gibbons, Almeida, J. Hayes, CAREY Almeida, MULLANE GIBBONS, C. Atkinson (2), Arnold Almeida, C. Atkinson, Cross, MULLANE J. Hayes, C. ATKINSON, Gibbons, Almeida J. Hayes (3), J. WHITNEY Gibbons, K. Hayes, S. Whitney, Cross, MULLANE Mullane, Gibbons, C. ATKINSON (2), Dumoulin J. Hayes, Carey, C. Atkinson, Almeida

* - Hockey East games ^ - Ledyard National Bank Classic (Thompson Arena; Hanover, N.H.) $ - 59th Annual Beanpot (TD Garden; Boston, Mass.) # - 27th Hockey East Tournament % - NCAA West Regional (Scottrade Center; St. Louis, Mo.) Game-winning goals in ALL CAPS

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2010-11 STATISTICS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Overall Record: 30-8-1 (.782) Hockey East: 20-6-1 (.759) No. 13 17 10 2 15 11 22 19 9 24 4 21 5 12 27 6 7 28 23 1 8 14

Name, Position Cam Atkinson, F Brian Gibbons, F Jimmy Hayes, F Brian Dumoulin, D Joe Whitney, F Pat Mullane, F Paul Carey, F Chris Kreider, F Barry Almeida, F Bill Arnold, F Tommy Cross, D Steven Whitney, F Philip Samuelsson, D Kevin Hayes, F Patch Alber, D Patrick Wey, D Isaac MacLeod, D Tommy Atkinson, F Patrick Brown, F John Muse, G Edwin Shea, D Brooks Dyroff, D BC Total Opponent Total

Goaltending 1 John Muse Hockey East Career

GP 39 39 39 37 39 39 38 32 38 39 28 36 39 31 34 37 22 20 29 34 36 9 39 39

GF: 153 GF: 101 ------Scoring-----G A PTS 31 21 52 18 33 51 21 12 33 3 30 33 5 26 31 8 21 29 13 13 26 11 13 24 8 13 21 10 10 20 7 11 18 6 10 16 4 12 16 4 10 14 2 7 9 1 7 8 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 153 255 408 94 150 244

Overall PEN/MIN 14/28 38/79 12/24 3/6 30/60 7/14 9/18 17/37 11/22 19/38 17/45 25/56 25/72 4/8 15/30 17/45 5/10 2/4 4/8 2/4 5/10 0/0 285/626 254/568

GA: 94 GA: 58

--------------Hockey East-------------GP G A PTS PEN/MIN 27 24 14 38 11/22 27 10 26 36 23/49 27 11 8 19 9/18 27 2 21 23 3/6 27 3 19 22 18/36 27 5 11 16 3/6 26 10 10 20 7/14 26 9 11 20 14/31 26 5 8 13 7/14 27 8 7 15 15/30 16 2 5 7 10/31 24 4 7 11 18/42 27 3 7 10 15/41 19 1 3 4 2/4 24 2 4 6 11/22 27 1 4 5 13/37 18 0 3 3 5/10 17 1 0 1 2/4 20 0 1 1 1/2 23 0 0 0 2/4 24 0 1 1 5/10 3 0 0 0 0/0 27 101 170 271 196/437 27 58 97 155 179/410

W-L-T 27-6-1 18-4-1 89-36-16

GP 34 23 144

MIN 1954:22 1306:45 8651:52

GA 75 40 346

GAA 2.30 1.84 2.40

SHO 943 600 4042

SV 868 560 3696

PCT .920 .804 .914

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Parker Milner Hockey East Career

3-2-0 2-2-0 13-4-1

8 6 22

380:20 301:28 1181:49

17 16 48

2.68 3.18 2.44

168 141 507

151 125 459

.899 .887 .905

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Chris Venti Hockey East Career

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

2 2 5

10:23 10:23 25:41

0 0 0

0.00 0.00 0.00

6 6 12

6 6 12

1.000 1.000 1.000

29-10-3 16-8-3 10-29-3

42 27 42

2,543:27 1,638:02 2,543:27

104 61 171

2.45 2.23 4.03

4 0 0

1,008 631 1,214

.906 .912 .877

BC Total Hockey East Total Opponent Total Score by Periods Boston College Hockey East

1 44 31

2 52 33

3 55 37

OT 2 0

T 153 101

GPG 3.92 3.74

Opponents Hockey East

30 16

37 23

27 19

0 0

94 58

2.41 2.15

------------Career----------GP G A PTS 117 68 56 124 160 56 108 164 117 42 39 81 79 4 51 55 161 40 102 142 81 16 41 57 103 27 29 56 70 26 21 47 115 23 29 52 39 10 10 20 90 12 24 36 78 13 31 44 81 5 25 30 31 4 10 14 51 3 9 12 64 1 12 13 22 0 3 3 24 1 0 1 29 0 1 1 144 0 4 4 95 1 13 14 9 0 0 0

BC Power-play Efficiency 44 for 188 .234 31 for 128 .242 BC Penalty-killing 194 for 226 .858 130 for 150 .867

Game-winning Goals (30): C. Atkinson (5), J. Hayes (5), Mullane (4), Car ey (3), Gibbons (3), Cross (2), J. Whitney (2), S. Whitney (2), Arnold, Dumoulin , Kreider, Samuelsson Power-play Goals (44): C. Atkinson (8), Gibbons (7), Carey (5), J. Hayes (4), Mullane (4), Cross (3), Almeida (2), Dumoulin (2), K. Hayes (2), Kreider (2), Samuelsson (2), Arnold, Wey, S. Whitney; Opps (32) Shorthanded Goals (13): C. Atkinson (4), Gibbons (4), Arnold (2), Almeida, J. Hayes, Kr eider; Opps (4) Shutouts (5): Muse (4), Milner; Opps (0) Hat Tricks (1): J. Hayes; Opps (0)

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10-9

at #6/#8 Denver

at #6/#8 Denver

at Northeastern*

L, 2-1

W, 3-0

W, 6-2

W, 2-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP

DNP 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP

JM

#1 BD

#2 TC

#4 PS

#5 PW

#6 IM

#7 ES

#8 BA

#9 JH

#10 PM

#11 KH

#12 CA

#13 BD

#14 JW

#15 BG

#17 CK

#19 SW

#21

1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP

PC

#22 PB

#23

BA

#24

PA

#27

TA

#28

CV

#30

DNP

DNP

DNP

PM

#35

1-7 (.142)

0-0-0 0-3 (.000)

DNP

2-11(.182)

0-6 (.000)

2-4 (.500)

Power Play

5-7 (.714)

4-5 (.800)

8-9 (.889)

9-9 (1.000)

8-8 (1.000)

6-6 (1.000)

Penalty Kill

Result

10-15

at #7 Notre Dame

INJ

Opponent

10-16

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

Date

10-23 W, 3-2

7-8 (.875)

Merrimack*

0-0

10-29

1-5 (.200)

0-0-0 1-6 (.167) DNP

2-3 (.667)

0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP

INJ

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

0-1 (.000)

3-4 (.750)

INJ

INJ

DNP

1-4 (.250)

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

0-0-0 0-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP

DNP

DNP 0-0-0

W, 5-2 INJ

1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP

L, 4-2

UMass-Lowell* 0-0-0 0-0-0 INJ

at Merrimack*

11-2 #10/#10 New Hampshire* L, 2-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-1-1

10-30

11-5 INJ

7-7 (1.000)

0-0-0 0-1-1

5-5 (1.000)

W, 3-2

2-4 (.500)

5-6 (.833)

at Vermont*

DNP

1-3 (.333)

6-6 (1.000)

11-12

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

DNP

2-6 (.333)

0-0-0 1-2 (.500)

INJ

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

DNP

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

0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 INJ

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

INJ

INJ 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 INJ

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

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

INJ

W, 4-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 INJ

DNP 0-0-0

#3/#3 Maine* W, 4-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

L, 5-3

11-19 #3/#3 Maine* L, 5-3

at Vermont*

11-21 at #18 Merrimack

1-4 (.250)

11-13

1-26

DNP

12-15 (.800)

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

6-6 (1.000)

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

3-8 (.375)

INJ

DNP

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1

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

INJ

INJ

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

W, 6-0 INJ

Vermont* 0-0-0 0-2-2

11-28 W, 9-5

3-3 (1.000)

at #2/#3 Boston Univ.

5-6 (.833)

12-3

1-3 (.333)

4-4 (1.000)

0-3 (.000) DNP

2-6 (.333)

DNP 0-0-0 DNP

DNP

6-6 (1.000)

1-1-2 DNP 1-1-2 0-1-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP INJ

0-0-0 DNP

0-5 (.000)

INJ

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

INJ

DNP

0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0

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

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-0-0 DNP

0-0-0 0-8 (.000)

INJ

W, 6-5

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

INJ

DNP DNP

0-0-0 0-2-2

^ Colgate W, 4-1

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

INJ

W, 5-2

12-30 ^ Mercyhurst W, 4-1

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

0-0-0 DNP

#2/#3 Boston Univ.

12-31 Providence* W, 3-1

INJ

12-4

1-7 at Providence*

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0

2-3 (.669)

1-8

0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0

6-7 (.857)

L, 4-1

2-6 (.333)

W, 3-2

3-11

3-5

3-4

2-26

2-25

2-19

2-18

2-14

2-11

2-7

# Northeastern

# Massachusetts

# Massachusetts

at Northeastern*

Northeastern*

$ Northeastern

at Providence*

W, 4-2

W, 4-1

#7/#8 New Hampshire* W, 4-0

at Massachsuetts*

W, 5-4

at #7/#8 New Hampshire* W, 4-3

Massachusetts*

W, 5-3

W, 2-1

W, 4-3

L, 2-1

T, 7-7 (ot)

W, 7-6 (ot)

W, 3-0

$ #14/#14 Boston Univ. W, 3-2 (ot)

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

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

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

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

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1

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

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

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

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

INJ

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

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

0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP

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

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

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

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

0-0-0 0-5 (.000)

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-6 (.500)

1-5 (.200)

1-6 (.167)

1-3 (.333)

1-3 (.333)

1-7 (.142)

2-6 (.333)

0-2 (.000)

0-0-0 3-7 (.429)

DNP

1-4 (.250)

2-7 (.286)

0-4 (.000)

1-2 (.500)

1-4 (.250)

4-6 (.667)

6-8 (.750)

5-5 (1.000)

7-8 (.875)

2-3 (.667)

3-3 (1.000)

5-5 (1.000)

3-5 (.600)

2-2 (1.000)

6-10 (.600)

4-6 (.667)

6-6 (1.000)

4-4 (1.000)

4-4 -1.000)

8-8 (1.000)

DNP

at #13/#14 Maine

0-5 (.000)

3-12

# #7/#7 Merrimack

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

0-0-0 0-4 (.000)

at #15 Boston Univ.*

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

DNP

1-4 (.250)

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

1-16

W, 5-3

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP

DNP

INJ

1-21 UMass-Lowell* W, 5-1

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

2-3 (.667)

1-22 at UMass-Lowell* W, 5-0

0-0-0 3-3 (1.000)

1-29 Massachusetts*

3-18

% #13/#13 Coloardo College L, 8-4

2-4

3-19

JM

BD

#2

TC

#4

PS

#5

PW

#6

IM

#7

ES

#8

BA

#9

JH

#10

PM

#11

KH

#12

CA

#13

BD

#14

JW

#15

BG

#17

CK

#19

SW

#21

PC

#22

PB

#23

BA

#24

PA

#27

TA

#28

CV

#30

PM

#35

Game-winning goals are underlined

Assists on game-winning goals are underlined

* - Hockey East game; WJC - World Junior Championships (Buffalo, N.Y.); # - 27th Hockey East Tournament; % - NCAA West Regional (Scottrade Center; St. Louis, Mo.)

#1

INJ 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-0-0

3-25

DNP - Did not play INJ - Injury Game-by-game scoring — Goals-Assists-Points

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Game 3 - October 16 Magness Arena (6,023) Boston College Denver

Raising the national championship banner

Game 1 - October 9 Matthews Arena (4,666) Boston College N ortheastern

0 0

0 0

2 0

— —

2 0

1st Period: No Scoring. 2nd Period: No Scoring. 3rd Period: BC, S. Whitney (J. Whitney , J. Hayes) PPG 12:41; BC, Gibbons (Sanuelsson) ENG 19:50. Saves: BC - Muse (59:50) 12 16 7 — 35 N - Rawlings (59:47) 12 11 10 — 33 Empty Net (0:03) Power Play: BC, 2-4; N, 0-6 Penalties: BC, 7 for 14 minutes; N, 5 for 10 minutes Summary: Steven Whitney broke a scoreless tie with 7:19 left in the thir d period and goaltender John Muse registered 35 saves to lead No. 1 Boston College to a 20 season-opening victory over Nor theastern. Whitney broke the tie on the power play, receiving a cross-ice feed from older brother Joe Whitney and snapping a lowangle shot from near the goal line past goaltender Chris Rawlings. Jimmy Hayes also assisted on the goal, which broke 52 minutes, 41 seconds of scoreless hockey. The Eagles snapped a thr ee-game losing streak at Matthews Ar ena, capturing its first victory since March 8, 2008.

Game 2 - October 15 Magness Arena (6,036) Boston College Denver

1 0

4 1

1 1

— —

6 2

1 0

1 0

1 0

— —

3 0

1st Period: BC, J. Hayes (Unassisted) 1:28. 2nd Period: BC, Cross (Carey, Dumoulin) 8:57. 3rd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Almeida, Gibbons) ENG 19:43. Saves: BC - Milner (60:00) 8 8 4 — 20 D - Brittain (57:48) 12 4 14 — 30 Empty Net (2:12) Power Play: BC, 0-3; D, 0-9 Penalties: BC, 11 for 33 minutes; D, 6 for 12 minutes Summary: Jimmy Hayes and T ommy Cross each scored even-strength goals and sophomore goaltender Parker Milner r egistered 20 saves as No. 1 Boston College earned a 3-0 win and a two-game sweep at Denver . Milner earned his first collegiate shutout in his first appearance of the 2010-11 season. BC impr oved to 8-3-1 in 12 games in the Mile High City in five trips since the 1994-95 season, head coach Jerry Y ork’s first at BC. The Eagles swept their second two-game series against Denver in as many trips. BC earned a pair of 3-2 wins at Denver on consecutive nights early in the 2000-01 season. Fr eshman defenseman Isaac MacLeod registered a plus-one rating in his collegiate debut.

Game 4 - October 23 Joyce Center (2,857) Boston College Notre Dame

1 0

0 2

0 0

— —

1 2

1st Period: BC, Brian Gibbons (J. Whitney, S. Whitney) PPG 19:13. 2nd Period: ND, Ridderwall (Tynan) 6:44; ND, Ridderwall (Guentzel, Ryan) PPG 17:11. 3rd Period: No Scoring. Saves: BC - Muse (58:53) 8 12 12 — 32 Empty Net (1:07) ND - Johnson (60:00) 10 13 5 — 28 Power Play: BC, 1-7; ND, 1-9 Penalties: BC, 9 for 18 minutes; ND, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: Senior Brian Gibbons lifted Boston College to a 1-0 lead on a power play goal with 47.0 seconds left in the first period and goaltender John Muse recorded 32 saves in 58:53 for the visiting Eagles, who suffered their first defeat of the four-game season and fall to 3-1-0.

1st Period: BC, J. Whitney (C. Atkinson, Samuelsson) 16:33. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (J. Whitney , Alber) 1:27; BC, Cr oss (K. Hayes, Almeida) 9:17; BC, J. Hayes (Mullane, J. Whitney) 10:16; BC, K. Hayes (S. Whitney) 12:41; D, Salazar (Martin, Ostrow) 15:35. 3rd Period: D, Salazar (Makowski, Phillips) 4:50; BC, Gibbons (C. Atkinson) SHG 7:48. Saves: BC - Muse (59:35) 11 7 9 — 27 Empty Net (0:25) D - Murray (60:00) 10 8 10 — 28 Power Play: BC, 0-6; D, 0-8 Penalties: BC, 11 for 22 minutes; D, 9 for 18 minutes Summary: Captain Joe Whitney and junior Cam Atkinson each tallied a game-high three points and six dif ferent skaters notched their first goals of the year to lead No. 1 Boston College to a 6-2 non-conference victory. Whitney netted the only goal of the first period - at 16:33 - before BC scored four unanswered tallies in the middle

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Game 5 - October 29 Kelley Rink (6,715) Merrimack Boston College

1 0

0 1

Game 8 - November 5 Kelley Rink (6,473) 1 2

— —

2 3

1st Period: M, Brodhag (Stollery, Cucci) PPG 8:27. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Wey, J. Whitney) PPG 19:28. 3rd Period: M, Flanigan (Da Costa) 0:58; BC, Car ey (C. Atkinson) 3:33; Mullane (K. Hayes) PPG 5:09. Saves: M - Cannata (58:44) 11 21 7 — 39 Empty Net (1:16) BC - Muse (60:00) 11 10 9 — 30 Power Play: M, 1-5; BC, 2-11 Penalties: M, 13 for 34 minutes; BC, 6 for 12 minutes Summary: Sophomore Pat Mullane’s power-play goal early in the third period lifted second-ranked Boston College to a 3-2 win. The Eagles, playing their home opener, paid a final salute to their 2010 national-championship season with a pregame banner-raising ceremony. The Eagles netted two goals in the next five minutes to earn the victory . Junior Paul Car ey pulled BC even at 3:33, befor e Mullane netted the decisive goal at 5:09. Fr eshman Kevin Hayes won a puck battle in the left corner and found Mullane open in fr ont of an empty net.

1 2

0 1

1 1

— —

2 4

1st Period: M, Todd (Madsen, Cucci) PPG 4:14; BC, Gibbons (J. Whitney, Kreider) PPG 9:50; M, Bates (Barton, Bigos) 15:01. 2nd Period: M, Cucci (Da Costa) PPG 2:36. 3rd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Carey) 2:48; M, Flanigan (Madsen, Sheen) 9:36. Saves: BC - Milner (58:30) 11 6 11 — 28 Empty Net (1:30) M - Cannata (60:00) 8 8 15 — 31 Power Play: BC, 1-6; M, 2-6 Penalties: BC, 7 for 14 minutes; M, 6 for 12 minutes Summary: Senior Brian Gibbons registered two points - one goal and one assist to lead second-ranked Boston College, but host Merrimack twice established twogoal leads in the game and held for a 4-2 victory.

Game 7 - November 2 Kelley Rink (3,322) UMass-Lowell Boston College

0 2

2 2

0 1

— —

2 5

1st Period: BC, Kreider (K. Hayes, MacLeod) 10:08; BC, C. Atkinson (Alber , Carey) 19:47. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (J. Whitney, Gibbons) PPG 4:50; BC, J. Hayes (Carey) SHG 8:54; UML, Arnold (W etmore, Vallorani) PPG 9:03; UML, Ferr eira (Holmstrom, DeLuca) 10:04. 3rd Period: BC, Kreider (Unassisted) ENG 19:06. Saves: UML - Boulanger (56:59) 6 13 6 — 25 Empty Net (3:01) BC - Muse (60:00) 2 5 8 — 15 Power Play: UML, 1-8; BC, 1-5 Penalties: UML, 5 for 10 minutes; BC, 8 for 16 minutes Summary: Junior Cam Atkinson and Chris Kr eider each netted two goals to lead fourth-ranked Boston College. The host Eagles led 2-0 after one period and 4-2 after two periods, befor e Kreider added an empty-net goal in the final minute of play. Boston College tallied two special-teams goals - an Atkinson power-play goal at 4:50 and a Jimmy Hayes shor thanded goal at 8:54 - to raise the lead to 4-0.

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1 0

1 1

0 0

— —

2 1

1st Period: NH, Henrion (Speelman, Hardowa) 10:06. 2nd Period: BC, Alber (C. Atkinson, Gibbons) 4:25; N H, Speelman (Har dowa) 15:03. 3rd Period: No Scoring Saves: NH - DiGirolamo (60:00) 13 9 9 — 31 BC - Muse (59:09) 10 9 9 — 28 Empty Net (0:51) Power Play: NH, 0-0; BC, 0-1 Penalties: NH, 1 for 2 minutes; BC, 0 for 0 minutes Summary: Dalton Speelman’s goal late in the second period snapped a 1-1 tie and lifted 10th-ranked N ew Hampshir e to a 2-1 win over four th-ranked BC. N ew Hampshire led 1-0 after one period. Boston College’s Patch Alber evened the score at 4:25 of the second period, befor e Speelman netted the decisive scor e at 15:03. The game, which star ted 15 minutes late because of a late arrival by the visiting Wildcats, featured just one penalty.

Game 9 - November 12 Gutterson Fieldhouse (4,007)

Game 6 - October 30 Lawler Arena (2,772) Boston College Merrimack

New Hampshire Boston College

Boston College Vermont

1 2

2 0

0 0

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1st Period: V, McCarthy (Stalberg, MacKenzie) PPG 0:59; BC, Arnold (MacLeod, Almeida) 3:53; V, Stacey (Stalberg, MacKenzie) 10:16. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Car ey) PPG 5:39; BC, Kr eider (Mullane, Dumoulin) 17:33. 3rd Period: No Scoring. Saves: BC - Muse (60:00) 12 9 17 — 38 V - Madore (58:57) 18 13 8 — 39 Empty Net (1:03) Power Play: BC, 1-4; V, 1-3 Penalties: BC, 4 for 8 minutes; V, 5 for 10 minutes Summary: Freshman Bill Arnold, Cam Atkinson and Chris Kr eider each scor ed once and goaltender John Muse registered 38 saves to lead No. 6 BC to a 3-2 win. BC’s victory marked its first at Gutterson Fieldhouse since N ov . 13, 2005. The Eagles went 0-4-2 in its last six games in Burlington, Vt.

Game 10 - November 13 Gutterson Fieldhouse (4,007) Boston College Vermont

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1st Period: V, McCarthy (Nilsson-Roos, Stalberg) 1:27; BC, C. Atkinson (Car ey, J. Whitney) PPG 5:09; V, Stalberg (Bruneteau, McCarthy) 15:32. 2nd Period: No Scoring. 3rd Period: V, Lenz (Brickley) 2:28;V, Brickley (Lawson) PPG 8:44; BC, J. Hayes (MacLeod, Kreider) 12:49; BC, J. Hayes (Kreider, Mullane) 16:10; V, Nilsson-Roos (Madore) ENG 19:26. Saves: BC - Milner (59:28) 11 6 7 — 24 Empty Net (0:32) V - Madore (60:00) 8 14 12 — 34 Power Play: BC, 1-2; V, 1-4 Penalties: BC, 7 for 14 minutes; V, 5 for 10 minutes Summary: Jimmy Hayes netted two thir d-period goals to bring the Eagles within one goal - at 4-3 - with 3:50 r emaining in the thir d period but host Catamounts preserved their lead and added an empty-net goal with 33.9 seconds r emaining to defeat sixth-ranked Boston College, 5-3.

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Game 11 - November 19 Kelley Rink (7,126) Maine Boston College

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1st Period: BC, Carey (Gibbons, J. Whitney) PPG 14:46; BC, Gibbons (Unassissted) SHG 18:58. 2nd Period: BC, T. Atkinson (Brown, Dumoulin) 7:34. 3rd Period: BC, Mullane (Dumoulin, Samuelsson) PPG 7:13. Saves: M - Sullivan (47:13) 6 8 0 — 14 Sirman (12:47) 0 0 6 — 6 BC - Muse (60:00) 6 11 15 — 32 Power Play: M, 0-7; BC, 2-4 Penalties: M, 8 for 19 minutes; BC, 13 for 26 minutes Summary: Two first-period special-teams goals - a power -play tally fr om Paul Carey and a shorthanded score by Brian Gibbons - lifted ninth-ranked BC to a 4-0 win. Junior Tommy Atkinson netted his first career goal at 7:34 of the middle period, and sophomore Pat Mullane also scor ed. John Muse stopped Gustav Nyquist on a penalty shot at 8:58 of the first period, the first penalty shot against BC since a 5-2 loss to St. Lawrence in the Denver Cup last winter. Freshman forward Patrick Brown tallied his first car eer point with an assist on T ommy Atkinson’s secondperiod goal.

Game 12 - November 21 Kelley Rink (5,765) Maine Boston College

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1st Period: BC, Carey (C. Atkinson, Gibbons) PPG 2:02. 2nd Period: M, N emec (Hegar ty) 12:56; BC, Arnold (S. Whitney , Alber) 18:28; Carey (C. Atkinson, Samuelsson) 19:08. 3rd Period: BC, Almeida (Arnold) 17:51. Saves: M - Sullivan (59:12) 8 6 5 — 19 Empty Net (0:48) BC - Muse (60:00) 14 11 13 — 38 Power Play: M, 0-5; BC, 1-3 Penalties: M, 5 for 10 minutes; BC, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: Junior Paul Carey scored two goals, including one in the decisive second period, to lift ninth-ranked Boston College to a 4-1 win. Sophomor e defenseman Patrick Wey finished with a game-high +3 rating. BC impr oved its unbeaten streak against Maine to eight games during which the team is 7-0-1 … The senior class improved to 8-1-3 in 12 meetings between the teams since the 2007-08 season.

Game 13 - November 26 Lawler Arena (2,772) Boston College Merrimack

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goal to rally seventh-ranked BC to within one goal in the third period, but host and 18th-ranked Merrimack preserved its lead and added an empty-net goal while on the power-play with 7.7 seconds remaining to capture a 5-3 victory. Merrimack led 3-2 after two periods and gained a 4-2 advantage at 1:57 of the thir d period. Wey trimmed the BC deficit to one goal - at 4-3 - on a power -play goal at 7:23.

Game 14 - November 28 Kelley Rink (4,909) Vermont Boston College

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1st Period: BC, Gibbons (unassisted) 18:00. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Car ey, Gibbons) 2:57; BC, Alber (Almeida, Dumoulin) 2:57; BC, Car ey (Gibbons, Wey) PPG 14:27; BC, J. Hayes (Kr eider, Dumoulin) 19:17. 3rd Period: BC, Mullane (J. Whitney) 12:43. Saves: V - Madore (60:00) 8 9 3 — 20 BC - Muse (52:43) 0 0 4 — 4 Power Play: V, 0-6; BC, 1-4 Penalties: V, 6 for 12 minutes; BC, 8 for 16 minutes Summary: Six players scor ed once and Boston College used a four -goal second period to pr opel the seventh-ranked Eagles to a 6-0 Hockey East victory . Goaltender John Muse made 20 saves in 52:43 to captur e his eighth victory of the season and the 70th of his car eer. Junior goalie Chris Venti stopped four shots in the final 7:17 to pr eserve the shutout, the team’ s fourth of the season. Brian Gibbons led all players with thr ee points - one goal and two assists - while Paul Carey and defenseman Brian Dumoulin each tallied two-point per formances.

Game 15 - December 3 Agganis Arena (6,150) Boston College Boston University

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1st Period: BC, J. Hayes (Dumoulin, Mullane) PPG, 2:04; BC, Car ey (S. Whitney, Arnold) 2:27; BC, C. Atkinson (J. Whitney, Gibbon) 17:45. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (S. Whitney) PPG, 2:29; BU, Nieto (unassisted) 8:12; BC, Almeida (Kr eider) SHG, 12:58; BC, Samuelsson (Dumoulin, Kr eider) PPG, 15:32. 3rd Period: BU, Pereira (Coyle, Clendening) PPG, 1:03; BC, Kreider (Alber) 6:10; BU, Warsofsky (Chiasson, Clendening) EX, 6:41; BC, Arnold (unassisted) 9:40; BU, N icastro (Gill, Coyle) PPG, 15:00; BU, Glass (Megan) PPG, 15:13; BC, Gibbons (Penalty Shot) 1:00. Saves: BC - Muse (59:44) 5 5 8 — 18 BU - Millan (19:56) 10 — — — 10 Rollheiser (39:40) — 11 7 — 18 Power Play: BC, 3-8; BU, 3-15 Penalties: BC, 17 for 34 minutes; BU, 12 for 27 minutes Summary: Cam Atkinson scored twice, eight different players added one goal each, six Eagles tallied multiple-point performances and visiting BC won, 9-5. BC registered four goals at even str ength, three while skating with a man advantage, once while shorthanded and once by way of a Brian Gibbons penalty shot en r oute to the league win. Chris Kreider tallied a career-high three points - one goal and two assists - and BC was both awar ded and converted a penalty shot for the first time since N athan Gerbe scor ed on a penalty shot against Pr ovidence on Mar ch 15, 2008. The Eagles improved to 6-2-1 at Agganis Arena.

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Game 16 - December 4 Kelley Rink (7,884) Boston University Boston College

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1st Period: BU, Nieto (Chiasson, W arsofsky) 3:52; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, J. Whitney) 11:46. 2nd Period: BC, J. Whitney (Dumoulin, C. Atkinson) 3:17; BC, S. Whitney (Wey, Samuelsson) 4:33; BU, Periera (Gill, Trivino); BC, Kreider (Alber, Dumoulin) SHG, 8:05. 3rd Period: BC, S. Whitney (J. Hayes) 11:06. Saves: BU - Millan (60:00) 13 9 7 — 29 BC - Muse (60:00) 6 11 12 — 29 Power Play: BU, 0-6; BC, 0-3 Penalties: BU, 3 for 6 minutes; BC, 6 for 12 minutes Summary: Steven Whitney scored twice, Cam Atkinson tallied one goal and one assist and John Muse stopped 29 shots to lead N o. 8 BC over N o. 2 Boston University. The win gave the Eagles a two-game sweep of the weekend series.

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1st Period: BC, K. Hayes (Mullane, Samuelsson) PPG, 5:08; BC, Gibbons (Carey, C. Atkinson) PPG, 12:50. 2nd Period: M, Terminesi (Gurtler, Coccimiglio) PPG, 3:04. 3rd Period: BC, Gibbons (unassisted) 18:40; BC, Almeida (unassisted) ENG, 19:46. Saves: M - Zapolski (59:24) 15 10 9 — 34 BC - Muse (60:00) 8 14 8 — 30 Power Play: M, 1-5; BC, 2-6 Penalties: M, 7 for 14 minutes; BC, 6 for 12 minutes Summary: Brian Gibbons scored twice to lead BC to the Ledyar d National Bank Classic title with a 4-1 win over Mer cyhurst. BC scored two times on the power play in the opening period and twice late in the thir d period to captur e the win. After Mercyhurst halved the BC lead with its only goal at 3:04 of the second period, the teams played scor eless hockey for the next 35:36 until Gibbons put the Eagles back up two goals at 18:40 of the final frame.

Game 17 - December 30 Thompson Arena (3,410) Colgate Boston College

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1st Period: BC, J. Hayes (K. Hayes, Mullane) 1:26; C, Smith (Bar tliff, Wagner) 14:48; C, Brisebois (unassisted) 14:59; C, J. McNamara (McCann) 17:59. 2nd Period: BC, Gibbons (unassisted) 4:02; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Carey) 4:51; C, Bartliff (Smith) 16:33; BC, Carey (C. Atkinson, J. Whitney) PPG, 18:41. 3rd Period: BC, Arnold (unassisted) SHG, 7:39; BC, Carey (C. Atkinson, Gibbons) 14:25; C, McPherson (unassisted) 19:52. Saves: C - Evin (58:43) 7 10 4 — 21 BC - Muse (60:00) 12 5 12 — 29 Power Play: C, 0-3; BC, 1-3 Penalties: C, 4 for 16 minutes; BC, 3 for 6 minutes Summary: Paul Carey scored twice and five players each scor ed once to lift BC to a 6-5 win over Colgate in the opening game of the 2010 Ledyar d National Bank Classic at Dartmouth College’s Thompson Arena. Bill Arnold snapped the tie with an unassisted shorthanded tally at 7:39 of the third period before Carey scored his second goal of the night - the gamewinner - at 14:25.

Game 19 - January 7 Kelley Rink (7,884) Providence Boston College

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1st Period: BC, Arnold (Almeida, Dumoulin) 12:51; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons) SHG, 18:32. 2nd Period: P, Balysky (Rooney, Schaller) 6:54; BC, Kr eider (Cross, Dumoulin) 13:18; BC, Carey (S. Whitney, Mullane) 19:35. 3rd Period: No scoring. Saves: P - Beadry (40:00) 17 15 — — 32 Gates (20:00) — — 6 — 6 BC - Muse (60:00) 8 11 14 — 33 Power Play: P, 0-4; BC, 0-5 Penalties: P, 8 for 16 minutes; BC, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: A balanced effort - featuring one goal from each of its four lines -- lifted BC to a 4-1 win befor e a sellout Conte Forum cr owd. Brian Dumoulin, one of three Eagles playing his first game after r eturning from the W orld Junior Championship, was the lone player with multiple points. Dumoulin tallied two assists and finished with a game-high plus-thr ee rating. Also r eturning to the BC line-up after playing for Team USA in the World Junior Championship were sophomores Patrick Wey and Kreider. Cam Atkinson’s goal raised his career point total to 99.

Game 20 - January 8 Schneider Arena (2,107) Boston College Providence

2010 Ledyard Classic Champions

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1st Period: BC, Dumoulin (Almeida, Arnold) 4:42. 2nd Period: P, O’Connor (Farrer, Harvey) 1:40; BC, J. Hayes (Almeida, Dumoulin) 5:35; BC, Kreider (Mullane, J. Hayes) 8:16. 3rd Period: No scoring. Saves: BC - Muse (60:00) 14 11 8 — 33 P - Beaudry (60:00) 15 12 4 — 31 Power Play: BC, 0-8; P, 0-6 Penalties: BC, 10 for 20 minutes; P, 10 for 28 minutes Summary: Jimmy Hayes and Brian Dumoulin each tallied one goal and one assist to lead Boston College to a 3-1 r oad win and a two-game weekend sweep of Providence College. Sophomore Parker Milner, making his four th appearance of the season, made 33 saves to earn his second victory.

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Game 21 - January 16 Alfond Arena (5,001) Boston College Maine

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1st Period: M, Diamond (Flynn, Dimmen) PPG, 15:27; M, House (Diamond, Cornell) 19:09. 2nd Period: M, Flynn (N yquist, Dimmen) 0:33; M, Dimmen (N yquist, House) 4:47. 3rd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Kreider) 5:36. Saves: BC - Muse (24:47) 6 1 — — 7 Milner (35:13) — 4 9 — 13 M - Sirman (60:00) 8 8 8 — 24 Power Play: BC, 0-4; M, 0-4 Penalties: BC, 5 for 10 minutes; M, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: Cam Atkinson tallied his 100th car eer point and the lone BC goal in a 4-1 loss at Maine. The host Black Bears scored built a 4-0 lead in a 9 minutes, 20 second span between the first and second periods befor e Atkinson trimmed the lead to three goals with 14:24 left in the thir d period.

1st Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, J. Whitney) 4:43. 2nd Period: BC, J. Hayes (unassisted) 5:40. 3rd Period: UML, Ferreira (Thompson, Edwar ds) 7:04; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Samuelsson) SHG, 9:46; BC, K. Hayes (Almeida, Arnold) 18:06; BC, Arnold (Car ey) 18:33. Saves: BC - Muse (59:52) 11 12 6 — 29 UML - Boulanger (59:48) 13 10 15 — 38 Power Play: BC, 0-5; UML, 0-8 Penalties: BC, 10 for 31 minutes; UML, 8 for 16 minutes Summary: Cam Atkinson scored twice and goaltender John Muse recorded 29 saves to lead BC to a 5-1 win. The visiting Eagles built a 2-0 lead with one goal in each of the first two periods before host UMass-Lowell trimmed the advantage to 2-1 with its only goal at 7:04 of the final frame. BC r esponded with three straight scores, including two goals 27 seconds apart in the 18th minute, for the 5-1 final. The Eagles swept the threegame league series against the River Hawks for the first time since the 2007-08 season.

Game 22 - January 21 Agganis Arena (6,150)

Game 25 - February 4 Kelley Rink (6,821)

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1st Period: BC, S. Whitney (Carey, Arnold) 4:38; BC, Gibbons (C. Atkinson, Carey) PPG, 9:10; BC, Dumoulin (Mullane, Kreider) PPG, 16:25. 2nd Period: BU, N oonan (Chiasson, Connolly) 3:36; BU, W arsofsky (Connolly, Coyle) PPG, 11:01. 3rd Period: No scoring. Saves: BC - Muse (59:49) 9 7 14 — 30 BU - Millan (58:41) 10 6 8 — 24 Power Play: BC, 2-6; BU, 1-7 Penalties: BC, 9 for 18 minutes; BU, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: Steven Whitney, Brian Gibbons and Brian Dumoulin each scor ed firstperiod goals as visiting BC built a thr ee-goal lead and goalie John Muse finished with 30 saves to guide the thir d-ranked Eagles to a 3-2 victory over BU. BC improved to 7-2-1 in 10 games inside Agganis Ar ena.

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1st Period: BC, J. Whitney (Gibbons, C. Atkinson) 15:33. 2nd Period: BC, Samuelsson (Almeida, C. Atkinson) 17:57. 3rd Period: BC, Samuelsson (Mullane, J. Hayes) PPG, 3:16; BC, Carey (S. Whitney, K. Hayes) 14:18; BC, C. Atkinson (J. Whitney, Samuelsson) 15:43. Saves: M - Dainton (54:18) 19 9 7 — 35 Teglia (5:42) — — 3 — 3 BC - Muse (56:54) 6 4 4 — 14 Venti (3:06) — — 2 — 2 Power Play: M, 0-4; BC, 1-4 Penalties: M, 7 for 14 minutes; BC, 7 for 25 minutes Summary: Philip Samuelsson scored twice and tallied one assist while Cam Atkinson also registered three points to lead top-ranked BC. Ten Eagles registered points in the victory, BC’s 11th its last 12 games and its seventh straight over Massachusetts. Captain Joe Whitney finished with multiple points (1 goal, 1 assist) while goaltenders John Muse and Chris Venti combined for the shutout.

Game 23 - January 22 Kelley Rink (7,623) UMass-Lowell Boston College

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1st Period: UML, Thompson (Arnold, Ferr eira) 7:49; BC, J. Hayes (Dumoulin, Kreider) PPG, 11:32. 2nd Period: UML, Ickert (Wright, Thompson) PPG, 10:32; BC, Cr oss (Mullane, Dumoulin) PPG, 18:49. 3rd Period: BC, Carey (C. Atkinson, J. Whitny) PPG, 10:57; BC, J. Whitney (Dumoulin, Gibbons) 15:59; UML, Cey (W etmore) 16:18; BC, J. Hayes (Wey) ENG, 19:30. Saves: UML - Boulanger (58:56) 16 15 10 — 41 BC - Milner (60:00) 8 6 8 — 22 Power Play: UML, 1-3; BC, 3-3 Penalties: UML, 3 for 6 minutes; BC, 3 for 6 minutes Summary: Jimmy Hayes scored two goals, Brian Dumoulin recorded three assists and BC capitalized on all three of its power-play opportunities to earn the win. Paul Carey snapped a 2-2 tie with a power-play goal at 10:57 of the third period and captain Joe Whitney notched the decisive score at 15:59. BC outshot UMass-Lowell, 46-25.

BEANPOT Game 26 - February 7 TD Garden (17,565) Boston University Boston College

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1st Period: BC, Samuelsson (Arnold, W ey) 14:37; BU, Megan (N oonan, Clendening) 15:15. 2nd Period: BU, Trivino (Ruikka, Gaudet) 2:17. 3rd Period: BC, J. Hayes (Mullane, Samuelsson) 4:56. Overtime: BC, Cross (Dumoulin, J. Hayes) PPG, 3:17. Saves: BU - Millan (63:05) 12 14 7 4 — 37 BC - Muse (63:17) 10 7 15 2 — 34 Power Play: BU, 0-4; BC, 1-2 Penalties: BU, 4 for 8 minutes; BC, 2 for 4 minutes Summary: Tommy Cross broke a 2-2 tie with a power-play goal at 3:17 of the overtime period to lift Boston College to a 3-2 victory in the first r ound of the 59th Beanpot. Philip Samuelsson and Jimmy Hayes each tallied one goal and assist and four of the team’ s six defensemen registered at least one point. BC captur ed its 20th victory in its 26th game and is the fastest BC team to 20 wins since the 2003-04 Eagles went 20-3-3 in its first 26 games.

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Game 27 - February 11 Schneider Arena (2,217) Boston College 0 Providence College 0

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1st Period: No scoring. 2nd Period: No scoring. 3rd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Kr eider) 5:00; BC, Gibbons (J. Hayes, Dumoulin) 16:13; BC, Arnold (J. Hayes, Almeida) ENG, 18:54. Saves: BC - Muse (60:00) 12 8 4 — 24 PC - Beaudry (60:00) 7 16 7 — 30 Power Play: BC, 0-4; PC, 0-6 Penalties: BC, 7 for 14 minutes; PC, 5 for 10 minutes Summary: Cam Atkinson broke a scoreless tie at the five-minute mark of the third period and John Muse r ecorded his 11th car eer shutout and 80th car eer win. BC beat PC for the eighth straight time and is unbeaten in the last 12 (10-0-2), while the team’s senior class improved to 10-2-2 in 14 meetings in their four years vs. the Friars.

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1st Period: BC, J. Hayes (Dumoulin, Cross) PPG, 3:08; N, V ermeersch (unassisted) 8:31; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, J. Whitney) PPG, 9:31; BC, Kreider (J. Hayes, Samuelsson) 11:53. 2nd Period: N, Bitteto (Reid, McNeely) PPG 2:53; N, MacLeod (MCNeely , Reid) PPG, 6:28; N, Cr olyk (J. Daniels, D. Daniels) 8:17; BC, Kr eider (Mullane, Cross) 18:07. 3rd Period: N , MacLeod (Silva, Bitetto) PPG, 0:20; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons) SHG, 4:13; N, McNeely (Silva, MacLeod) PPG, 9:28; BC, Gibbons (C. Atkinson, Dumoulin) SHG, 10:46; N , McLaughlin (Hewkin, Dongara) SHG, 14:22; BC, Arnold (J. Whitney, Cross) EX, 19:21. Overtime: No scoring. Saves: N - Rawlings (65:00) 10 10 8 2 — 30 BC - Milner (28:17) 2 3 — — — 5 Muse (35:54) — 7 7 0 — 14 Power Play: N, 4-10; BC, 3-7 Penalties: N, 12 for 43 minutes; BC, 13 for 40 minutes Summary: Bill Arnold tied the scor e at 7-7 while skating with an extra attacker with 38.7 seconds left in the thir d period and the top-ranked Eagles and Northeastern Huskies played to a 7-7 tie. Cam Atkinson and Chris Kr eider both scored twice while Brian Gibbons netted a shor thanded goal and assisted on each of Atkinson’s special-teams’ tallies to lead BC’s offensive charge.

Game 30 - February 19 Matthews Arena (4,666) Boston College Northeastern

2011 Beanpot Tournament Champions.

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1st Period: BC, Cross (K. Hayes) 9:12; N , Eibler (Oleksiak, V ermeersch) PPG, 17:04; N, Reid (MacLeod) PPG, 18:12. 2nd Period: BC, Mullane (Cross, Wey) 0:53; N, Dongara (Hewkin) SHG, 2:47; BC, Kreider (Mullane, Dumoulin) PPG, 5:25; BC, S. Whitney (Cross, Gibbons) 12:07; N, McNeely (MacLeod, Silva) 13:24. 3rd Period: N, Reid (Oleksiak, Quailer) 8:44; BC, Arnold (Almeida, Samuelsson) 10:12; BC, Kr eider (J. Hayes, Dumoulin) PPG, 11:44; N , MacLeod (Silva, McNeely) 18:14. Overtime: BC, J. Hayes (Kreider, Dumoulin) 6:00. Saves: N - Rawlings (66:00) 12 9 13 5 — 39 BC - Muse (66:00) 8 4 9 0 — 21 Power Play: N, 2-6; BC, 2-7 Penalties: N, 10 for 20 minutes; BC, 9 for 18 minutes Summary: Jimmy Hayes scored at the six-minute mark of the over time period to lift top-ranked BC to a 7-6 victory over Nor theastern and 59th Beanpot title - the program’s third Beanpot championship in the last four years. Chris Kr eider, who scored twice and assisted on Hayes’ decisive goal, earned Most V aluable Player honors while Tommy Cross and Brian Dumoulin also r ecorded three-point performances the Eagles, who won consecutive Beanpot crowns for the first time since winning three straight from 1963-65.

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1st Period: No scoring. 2nd Period: N, Reid (Eibler, Bitteto) 13:05. 3rd Period: N , Pimm (unassisted) 7:38; BC, C. Atkinson (Gibbons, Dumoulin) 17:49. Saves: BC - Muse (58:28) 4 5 10 — 19 N - Rawlings (60:00) 14 8 14 — 36 Power Play: BC, 0-2; N, 0-2 Penalties: BC, 4 for 8 minutes; N, 5 for 10 minutes Summary: Cam Atkinson scored with 2:11 left in regulation to trim Northeastern’s lead in half and Boston College attempted five shots in the final 1:32 while skating with an extra attacker, but the visiting Eagles could not scor e the equalizer as the Huskies defeated top-ranked BC, snapping the Eagles’ eight-game unbeaten streak that dated back to Jan. 21 (7-0-1).

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Game 31 - February 25 Mullins Center (6,274) Boston College Massachusetts

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1st Period: BC, Gibbons (J. Whitney, C. Atkinson) PPG, 15:15. 2nd Period: BC, Almeida (J. Whitney, C. Atkinson) PPG, 6:01; M, Allen (Kean, Filiou) 6:24; BC, J. Hayes (unassisted) 6:50; BC, Car ey (Gibbons, C. Atkinson) 7:46; M, Hanley (Langeraap, Marcou) PPG, 19:58. 3rd Period: M, Hobbs (Hanley, Syner) PPG, 5:09. Saves: BC - Muse (59:51) 6 4 7 — 17 M - Dainton (58:33) 9 10 11 — 30 Power Play: BC, 2-6; M, 2-5 Penalties: BC, 6 for 12 minutes; M, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: Brian Gibbons scored his 14th goal of the season on his team’ s third power play of the first period and No. 2 Boston College scor ed three times in the second period to drop UMass. After their big middle period, the Eagles had to hold off the Minutemen, who nearly erased BC’s lead when Danny Hobbs made it a onegoal game five minutes into the thir d.

1st Period: N, Speeelman (Kessel) 18:05. 2nd Period: N, Sislo (Kessel, Kostolansky) PPG, 0:38; BC, Almeida (C. Atkinson, Gibbons) PPG, 11:05; BC, C. Atkinson (Dumoulin) 19:47. 3rd Period: BC, Cross (Carey, Mullane) 3:52; N , DeSimone (Thompson, Sislo) 9:52; BC, Mullane (Cross) 15:07. Saves: BC - Muse (60:00) 9 14 5 — 27 N - DiGirolamo (59:10) 9 6 10 — 25 Power Play: BC, 1-3; N, 1-3 Penalties: BC, 3 for 6 minutes; N, 3 for 6 minutes Summary: Pat Mullane snapped a 3-3 tie with 4:53 remaining to lift Boston College to its record 11th Hockey East r egular-season championship. Cam Atkinson and Tommy Cross both tallied a goal and an assist while Barry Almeida scored his third goal in four games for the victors, who captur ed their first r egular-season crown since 2004-05 with a 20-6-1 conference record.

Game 32 - February 25 Kelley Rink (7,884)

Hockey East Tournament Game 35 - March 11 Kelley Rink (2,868)

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1st Period: BC, Almeida (S. Whitney, Arnold) 7:35. 2nd Period: BC, Mullane (Kreider, Dumoulin) PPG, 13:03. 3rd Period: No scoring. Saves: M - Dainton (59:02) 12 13 11 — 36 BC - Muse (60:00) 9 8 7 — 24 Power Play: M, 0-5; BC, 1-7 Penalties: M, 9 for 18 minutes; BC, 7 for 14 minutes Summary: Boston College scored twice in the first period and senior John Muse made 24 saves to lead the team to a 2-1 win. Barry Almeida opened the scoring with an even-strength goal at 7:35 and Pat Mullane added a 4-on-3 power-play tally at 13:03 of the first period as Boston College captur ed a sweep of the thr ee-game league series and extended its win str eak to nine games against the Minutemen.

Game 33 - March 4 Kelley Rink (7,884) New Hampshire Boston College

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1st Period: BC, J. Hayes (Mullane) 10:31. 2nd Period: BC, C. Atkinson (J. Whitney , Cross) PPG, 0:14; BC, Gibbons (Dumoulin) SHG, 11:18; M, Hobbs (Sheary, Allen) PPG, 11:52. 3rd Period: BC, Almeida (S. Whitney, Arnold) 2:30. Saves: M - Dainton (60:00) 8 13 10 — 31 BC - Muse (60:00) 9 5 12 — 26 Power Play: M, 1-8; BC 1-6 Penalties: M, 8 for 16 minutes; BC, 10 for 20 minutes Summary: Ten Eagles r egistered one point each to lead second-ranked Boston College in a 4-1 win in the first of a best-of-thr ee game Hockey East quar terfinalround series. Atkinson and Gibbons scored back-to-back special teams goals in the second period. Atkinson netted his 28th goal of the season on the power play just 14 seconds into the period and Gibbons lifted the Eagles to a 3-0 lead at 11:18 while skating shorthanded.

Game 36 - March 12 Kelley Rink (3,341) Massachusetts Boston College

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Game 37 - March 18 TD Garden (16,003) Northeastern Boston College

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1st Period: N, McNeely (Silva, MacLeod) 13:48; BC, Gibbons (Cr oss, J. Whitney) 16:05. 2nd Period: BC, K. Hayes (J. Hayes, Mullane) PPG, 6:56; N, MacLeod (McNeely) 7:21; BC, S. Whitney (Dumoulin, Muse) 13:14; BC, Cr oss (Dumoulin, K. Hayes) PPG, 19:42. 3rd Period: BC, Mullane (K. Hayes, Cr oss) PPG, 8:22; N, V ermeersch (Ferriero, Daniels) PPG, 16:44; N, MacLeod (McNeely, Bitetto) EXG, 18:57. Saves: N - Rawlings (40:00) 9 14 0 — 23 Witt (17:33) 0 0 5 — 5 BC - Muse (60:00) 7 13 13 — 33 Power Play: N, 2-8; BC, 3-6 Penalties: N, 7 for 14 minutes; BC, 10 for 20 minutes Summary: Five skaters scored one goal each and John Muse r ecorded 33 saves to lead top-seeded Boston College to a berth in the Hockey East Championship game - its second straight and sixth in the last seven seasons - with a 5-4 victory over No. 6 seed Northeastern. Tommy Cross, Kevin Hayes and Pat Mullane each tallied one goal and one assist for the victors, while Brian Dumoulin r ecorded his 29th and 30th assists of the season. BC led 4-2 after two periods and incr eased its lead to 52 on Mullane’s power-play goal at 8:22 of the final frame.

NCAA TOURNAMENT Game 39 - March 25 Scottrade Center (5,024) Colorado College Boston College

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2011 Hockey East Tournament Champions.

Game 38 - March 19 TD Garden (14,571) Merrimack Boston College

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JOE WHITNEY Forward / 5-6 / 170 Lawrence Academy Reading, Mass. JOSEPH RYAN WHITNEY; born February 6, 1988 ... shoots left ... earned a bachelor’s degree in communications in May 2011 … r egistered 102 assists in 161 career games; became the 15th player in school history with 100 career assists … totaled 30 points – 10 goals and 20 assists – in 24 career postseason games … played one season at Belmont Hill (2003-04) before transferring to Lawrence Academy for his final three seasons.

sive third-period score, in a 3-2 win at Notre Dame (10/28) … recorded two points – one goal and one assist – in a 4-1 win at Boston University .

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09)

Played in 36 games … r egistered 15 points – seven goals and eight assists; recorded nine points – five goals and four assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … scor ed two game-winning goals and one power -play tally … enjoyed one multiple-point performance … totaled two points – one (gamewinning) goal and one assist – in the team’ s 6-3 home victory over Maine (1/24); also scored in the team’s 4-1 victory over the Black Bears (1/25) the next night … tallied one point in each of BC’s first four games … netted his first goal of the season – the decisive score – in a 5-3 home win over Bowling Green (10/17) … scored a third-period goal in the team’s 5-1 home win over Providence (2/27) … played six games on defense (11/21 – 12/6).

AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08)

Played in all 44 games … shar ed the pr ogram’s Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award with John Muse … gained NCAA Nor theast Regional Most Outstanding Player honors after he tallied thr ee points – two goals and one AS A SENIOR (2010-11) Served as team captain … played in all 39 games … earned the W illiam J. assist – in victories over Minnesota (3/29) and Miami (3/30) in W orcester, Flynn Coaches A ward … earned Ledyar d Classic All-Tournament team Mass.; totaled two points – one goal and one assist – in the team’ s 5-2 win over the Golden Gophers, then scor ed an acrobatic overtime game-winning honors (at defense); switched fr om skating along the for ward lines to goal against the RedHawks to secure BC’s berth in the Frozen Four … earned defense in victories over Colgate (12/30) and Mer cyhurst (12/31) at All-Hockey East Rookie Team accolades … captured All-Tournament honors Dartmouth College in Hanover , N.H. … r egistered 31 points – five goals and 26 assists; recorded 22 points – three goals and 19 assists – in 27 con- at the Dodge Holiday Classic in Minneapolis, Minn., after he scor ed four points – one goal and thr ee assists – in victories over Air For ce (12/29) and ference contests … scored two game-winning goals … finished the season with a +7 rating; totaled a +4 rating in Hockey East games … enjoyed seven RIT (12/30) … r egistered 51 points – 11 goals and a team-high 40 assists; recorded 28 points – five goals and 23 assists – in 27 Hockey East contests … multiple-point performances, including one thr ee-point effort … tallied one goal and two assists in a 6-2 win at Denver (10/16) … r egistered two finished second (behind Ken Hodge; 44 – 1984-85) among all freshmen in BC points – one goal and one assist – in a 5-2 home win over Boston University hockey history in single-season assist scoring and fourth all-time in freshmen (12/4) … recorded two points, including the decisive score, in the team’s 5- point scoring … finished the season ranked among the nation’ s leaders in 3 home win over UMass-Lowell (1/22) … notched two assists thr ee times assists per game (second; 0.91) and points per game among r ookies (second; 1.16) … led all BC players in power -play production with 29 points – five – a 7-7 home tie with N or theastern (2/18), a 4-3 win at Massachusetts ee (2/25) and a 4-0 win at New Hampshire (3/4) … tallied 100th career assist goals and 24 assists … enjoyed 13 multiple-point games, including thr on Cam Atkinson’s decisive score in the second period of the team’ s 4-1 four-point performances, and two three-point outings … enjoyed one multiple-goal game … scor ed five power-play goals and two game-winning goals home win over Massachusetts (3/11) in the Hockey East quar terfinals. … totaled 10 points – four goals and six assists – in eight postseason victories … tallied four points – two goals and two assists – in a home win over AS A JUNIOR (2009-10) Merrimack (10/26) … twice r egistered four-assist performances; tallied four Played in all 42 games … earned All-T ournament honors at the N CAA assists in a 7-2 win at Har vard (12/12) and equaled the ef fort in a 5-2 win at Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich., after he tallied six points – one goal and five UMass-Lowell (2/16) … notched three points – one goal and two assists – in assists – in two victories; notched thr ee points – one goal and two assists – in a 7-1 win over Miami (4/8) and r egistered three assists in the team’ s 5-0 a 5-2 home win over V ermont (1/11) … assisted on thr ee (of five) BC goals in a game-one home victory over Providence (3/14) in the quarterfinals of the win over Wisconsin (4/10) in the national championship game … earned NCAA Northeast Regional All-Tournament Team accolades after he recorded league tournament … registered two points – one goal and one assist – in the team’s 5-4 triple-overtime victory over New Hampshir e in the semifinals of four points – two goals and two assists – and a plus-five rating in a 9-7 win the Hockey East Tournament in TD Banknor th Garden … scored BC’s third over Yale (3/28) in the r egional final … registered 45 points – 17 goals and 28 assists; recorded 26 points – 11 goals and 15 assists – in Hockey East con- goal – a power-play tally – in the second period of a 4-1 victory over Notr e Dame (4/12) in the national championship game in Denver , Colo. … netted tests … scored one power-play goal and one game-winning goal … enjoyed 12 multiple-point performances, including one four-point performance and his first career goal (and point) in the team’ s season-opening game against Michigan (10/12) in the Ice Breaker Tournament in St. Paul, Minn. six three-point efforts … enjoyed two multiple-goal outings … led all BC scorers with 14 points – four goals and 10 assists – in eight postseason victories … tallied a team-high 10 points – thr ee goals and seven assists – in Career Statistics four NCAA Tournament wins … registered three assists, including his 100th YEAR CL GP G A PTS +/PEN PPG SHG HT GW collegiate point with an assist on his younger br other Steven Whitney’ s 2007-08 Fr. 44 11 40 51 +1 25/50 5 0 0 2 game-winning goal in the team’s 6-5 home win over Massachusetts (3/12) in 2008-09 So. 36 7 8 15 +2 14/36 1 0 0 2 the quarterfinals of the league tournament … notched a game-high thr ee 2009-10 Jr. 42 17 28 45 +13 25/61 2 0 0 1 points – one goal and two assists – in each of two home wins over 2010-11 Sr. 39 5 26 31 +7 30/60 0 0 0 2 Providence (1/12 and 1/29) … scored twice in each of two wins – Merrimack CAREER 161 40 102 142 +23 94/207 8 0 0 7 (2/23) and at Massachusetts (2/5) … tallied two points, including the deci-

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BRIAN GIBBONS Forward / 5-8 / 165 Salisbury (Conn.) Braintree, Mass. BRIAN ROBERT GIBBON S; born February 26, 1988 ... shoots left ... earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing in May 2011 … signed a fr eeagent contract with the Pittsbur gh Penguins organization in April 2011 … registered 108 assists in 160 car eer games; became the 14th player in school history with 100 car eer assists … totaled 26 points – seven goals and 19 assists – in 24 car eer postseason games … earned 2008-09 AllHockey East Academic Team honors … spent his first thr ee high-school years at Thayer Academy, before moving to the Salisbury (Conn.) School for his final year.

AS A SENIOR (2010-11)

Served as assistant captain … played in all 39 games … earned AllHockey East second-team honors … earned the John “Snooks” Kelley Memorial Award as the player who best typifies Boston College hockey … earned the program’s Academic Excellence Award as the senior with the highest grade point average … captur ed All-Tournament honors at both the Hockey East Tournament (3/11-19) and the Ledyar d Classic (12/3031) in Hanover, N.H. … ranked second on the team with 51 points – 18 goals and a team-high 33 assists; r ecorded 36 points – 10 goals and a league-high 26 assists – in confer ence contests … finished the season with a plus-minus rating of +26; was a +20 in Hockey East action … scored seven power-play goals, four shor thanded goals and thr ee gamewinning goals; led all BC players with nine shor thanded points – four goals and five assists … tallied at least one point in 34 (of 39) games … enjoyed 13 multiple-point per formances, including four thr ee-point efforts … notched a nine-game scoring streak from Nov. 19 to Jan. 7; registered 17 points – six goals and 11 assists – during that span … closed the season on a seven-game postseason scoring streak (3/4-25); tallied 10 points – four goals and six assists – during that span … r egistered two five-game scoring streaks – from Jan. 16 to Feb. 4 and fr om Feb. 11 to Feb. 25 … earned Hockey East Player of the Month honors for December; recorded eight points – four goals and four assists – in four December wins … recorded five points, including three goals, in wins over Colgate (12/30) and Mer cyhurst (12/31) at Dar tmouth College en r oute to Ledyard Classic All-Tournament team accolades.

AS A JUNIOR (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … earned All-Confer ence and All-N ew England first-team honors … ranked second on the team with 50 points – 16 goals and a team-high 34 assists; finished tied for the team lead with 34 points – 11 goals and 23 assists – in confer ence contests … finished the season with a plus-24 rating; was a plus-17 in league play … led all BC players in power-play production with 21 points – five goals and 16 assists … tallied five power-play goals, two game-winning goals and one shorthanded goal … registered at least one point in 28 games … notched an 11-game scoring streak from Dec. 12 to Feb. 8; registered 19 points – five goals and 14 assists – during that span … enjoyed 16 multiple-point performances,

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including two four-point outings and two thr ee-point nights … enjoyed one multiple-goal per formance … r ecorded four points – thr ee goals, including his 100th collegiate point, and one assist – in a 7-1 home win over Northeastern (2/21); attained the milestone on the only goal of the first period – at 19:32 … tallied four assists in a 7-1 win at Massachusetts (2/5) … registered three points – one goal and two assists – in a 5-1 home win over N or theastern (11/7) … r ecorded eight points – one goal and seven assists – in the team’ s final five postseason victories; notched two points – one goal and one assist – in a 9-7 win over Y ale (3/28) in the N CAA N ortheast Regional final and tallied two assists in playof f wins over Maine (3/20) in the Hockey East T ournament title game, against Miami (4/8) in the NCAA T ournament’s Frozen Four in Detr oit, Mich., and against Wisconsin (4/10) in the national championship game … netted a shorthanded goal at Denver (1/2).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09)

Played in 36 games … r egistered 28 points – nine goals and a team-high 19 assists; recorded 17 points – five goals and 12 assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … ranked thir d on the team with a rating of plus-five … scored four power-play goals (tied for second on the team) and one shorthanded goal … enjoyed five multiple-point per formances in the first 10 games of the season … enjoyed one thr ee-point effort and one multiplegoal outing … tallied three points – two goals and one assist – in BC’ s 54 season-opening win over Wisconsin (10/10) … tallied two points – one goal and one assist – in victories over Merrimack (10/30) and N ew Hampshire (11/15) … notched two assists, including an assist on Br ock Bradford’s overtime, in a 4-3 win at Merrimack (10/31) … assisted on Brock Bradford’s decisive score in the team’s 5-1 home win over Har vard (11/28).

AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08)

Played in 43 straight games; missed one game – the season-opening game against Michigan (10/12) in the Ice Br eaker Tournament in St. Paul, Minn. … r egistered 35 points – 13 goals and 22 assists; r ecorded 17 points – seven goals and 10 assists – in league play … finished the season ranked first on the team with a rating of plus-32; was a plus-15 in conference contests … earned Beanpot Most V aluable Player honors after he registered four points – two goals and two assists – in tournament victories over Boston University (2/4) and Harvard (2/11); scored twice in the team’s 6-5 overtime win over the Crimson in the championship game … scored three power-play goals and three game-winning goals … enjoyed 10 multiple-point performances, including one multiple-goal game … tallied three points – one goal and two assists – in a 4-1 home win over Vermont (1/9) …recorded 10 points – thr ee goals and seven assists – in eight postseason victories … tallied at least one point in each of the team’s final seven games of the season … notched two assists in each of BC’s two Frozen Four victories in Denver, Colo.; totaled two assists in the team’s 61 win over North Dakota (4/10) and totaled two assists in the team’ s 4-1 win over Notre Dame (4/12) in the national championship game.

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JOHN MUSE Goaltender / 5-11 / 180 Noble & Greenough East Falmouth, Mass. JOHN ROGER MUSE; born August 1, 1988 ... catches left … earned a bachelor’ s degree in marketing in May 2011 … was the r ecipient of the outstanding senior male scholar-athlete award at Boston College’s 2011 All-Sports Banquet … r egistered a 21-2 record, a 2.24 goals against average and a .924 save per centage in 23 career postseason contests; went 8-1 with a 2.59 goals against average and a .910 save percentage in NCAA Tournament play; went 13-1 with a 2.35 goals against average and a .932 save per centage in Hockey East T ournament play … backstopped Boston College to the 2010-11 Hockey East Regular -Season title, thr ee Beanpot championships (2008, 2010 and 2011), thr ee Hockey East T ournament titles (2008, 2010 and 2011) and two NCAA Division I championships (2008 and 2010) … recorded a school-record 3,696 saves in a school-record 144 games; ranks second all-time in victories (89) … under went arthroscopic surgery on his right hip April 30, 2009 … holds the school’ s single-season r ecord for saves (1,171; 2007-08).

AS A SENIOR (2010-11)

Started 33 games … earned AHCA All-America East second-team honors … captured All-Hockey East Association first-team accolades … earned the Walter Brown Award as the best American-born player in New England … shar ed the Norman F . Dailey Award with Cam Atkinson as the pr ogram’s most valuable players … garnered Hockey East All-T ournament honors after he went 4-0 with a 2.50 goals against average and a .919 save per centage in league postseason victories over Massachusetts (3/11 & 12), Nor theastern (3/18) and Merrimack (3/19); made 33 saves in a 5-4 win over the Huskies and r ecorded 36 saves in a 5-3 win over the Warriors … finished the season with a 27-6-1; r ecorded a 2.30 goals against average and a .920 save per centage … had an 18-4-1 r ecord, a league-low 1.84 goals against average and a league-high .933 save per centage in conference contests … recorded four shutout efforts … earned Hockey East Goaltender of the Month honors for November after he went 5-2-0 with a 1.60 goals against average and a .947 save percentage in seven games … recorded 30 or more saves in each of 12 games … recorded 35 saves in the team’ s 2-0 season-opening victory at N or theastern (10/9)

AS A JUNIOR (2009-10)

Started 29 games … finished the season with a 19-8-2 record; recorded a 2.40 goals against average and a .910 save per centage … had an 8-7-2 r ecord, a 2.27 goals against average and a .912 save per centage in conference play … r egistered two shutout performances … made 30 or mor e saves in each of seven games … went 7-0 with a 2.40 goals against average and a .909 save percentage in postseason play … gained All-Tournament recognition at the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich., after he went 2-0 with a 0.50 goals against average and a .974 save percentage; made 17 saves in a 7-1 win over Miami (4/8) and stopped all 20 shots faced in a 5-0 win over W isconsin (4/10) in the national championship game … earned N CAA N or theast Regional All-Tournament honors in W orcester, Mass., after making 28 saves in a 3-1 win over Alaska (3/27) and 32 saves in a 9-7 victory over Yale (3/28) in the regional final … earned All-Tournament accolades at the Hockey East Tournament; went 3-0 with a 2.59 goals against average and a .900 save percentage … earned Beanpot Most Valuable Player honors and captured the Eberly Trophy as the tournament’s most effective goaltender (highest save percentage; .955); made 33 saves in 57:26 in a 6-0 opening-round win over Harvard (2/1)

and then registered 31 saves in a 4-3 win over Boston University (2/8) in the championship game … stopped all 30 shots in a 3-0 win over V ermont (3/19) in the semifinals of the Hockey East Tournament in TD Garden

AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09)

Started all 37 games … finished the season with an 18-14-5 record; recorded a 2.72 goals against average and a .904 save per centage … had an 11-11-5 r ecord, a 2.72 goals against average and a .907 save per centage in conference play … r egistered three shutout performances … made 30 or more saves in each of 10 games, including two in league playof f competition … tearned league weekly honors on Mar ch 16 after stellar ef forts in quar terfinal tournament victories at N ew Hampshir e; recorded 35 saves in BC’s 5-3 win over New Hampshire (3/13) in the first game of the league quarterfinal series in Dur ham, N .H., then stopped all 31 shots in the team’s 1-0 quarterfinal-series clinching victory over the W ildcats (3/14) the next night … r egistered a season-high 41 saves in the team’ s 5-2 loss at Boston University (1/17) … made 27 saves in a 2-0 home shutout of Massachusetts (11/21) … backstopped the team to a second home shutout win over the Minutemen on Feb. 8; stopped all 21 shots … tallied one assist … assisted on Joe Whitney’s decisive goal in BC’s 6-3 home win over Maine (1/24).

AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08)

Started – and played every minute – of all 44 games … shar ed the Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award with Joe Whitney … gained All-Tournament recognition at the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Denver, Colo., after he went 2-0 with a 1.00 goals against average and a .961 save percentage; made 29 saves in a 61 win over North Dakota (4/10) and 20 saves in a 4-1 win over Notre Dame (4/12) in the national championship game … earned All-T ournament accolades at the Hockey East Tournament, allowing just six goals in four games; went 4-0 with a 1.28 goals against average and a .959 save per centage … captur ed Hockey Commissioners’ Association National Division Rookie of the Month accolades for March/April … was honored as the league’s Goaltender of the Month for March … earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Dodge Holiday Classic in Minneapolis, Minn., allowing just two goals in victories over Air Force (12/29) and RIT (12/30) … finished the season with a 25-11-8 record; recorded a 2.20 goals against average and a .921 save per centage … had an 11-9-7 r ecord, a 2.39 goals against average and a .913 save per centage in conference play … made 1,171 saves, a BC singleseason record … ranked first in the nation with 2725:05 minutes played … r egistered three shutout performances … made 30 or mor e saves in each of 15 games, including five games in playof f competition … went 8-0 with a 1.46 goals against average and a .952 save percentage in postseason play … recorded a career-high 45 saves in BC’s triple-overtime victory over N ew Hampshir e (3/22) in the Hockey East Tournament’s semifinal r ound in TD Banknor th Garden … earned Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors after stellar ef forts against Minnesota (3/29) and Miami (3/30) in the NCAA Tournament’s Northeast Regional in Worcester, Mass.; made 31 saves in a 5-2 win over the Golden Gophers, a win that secur ed head coach Jerry York’s 800th victory, then stopped 34 shots, including all 10 in the overtime period, in the team’ s 4-3 victory over the RedHawks the next day … recorded 29 saves in a 4-0 win over V ermont (3/22) in the Hockey East Tournament title game; earned confer ence rookie-of-the-week recognition … gained Hockey East Rookie of the Week honors after leading BC to consecutive victories over Boston University; stopped 33 shots in the team’ s 6-2 home win over the Terriers (11/30), then recorded 41 saves in a 4-3 victory at BU the next night.

Career Statistics Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL Fr. So. Jr. Sr.

W-L-T 25-11-8 18-14-5 19-8-2 27-6-1 89-39-16

GP/Min. SO 44/2725:05 3 37/2248:46 3 29/1723:58 2 34/1954:22 4 144/8651:52 12

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GA/Avg. 100/2.20 102/2.72 69/2.40 75/2.30 346/2.40

Saves/Pct. 1171/.921 961/.904 697/910 868/.920 3696/.914

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cam atkinson Forward / 5-8 / 165 Avon Old Farms Greenwich, Conn. CAMERON THOMAS ATKINSON; born June 5, 1989 ... shoots right ... signed a professional contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets or ganization in March 2011; was selected by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the sixth round (157th overall) of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in all 39 games … r egistered a team-high 52 points – 31 goals and 21 assists … earned AHCA All-America first-team honors … was one of three finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award … shared the Norman F. Dailey Award with John Muse as the team’ s most valuable players … earned All-Conference first-team recognition … recorded 38 points – 24 goals and 14 assists – in 27 league games … captured Most Valuable Player honors at the Hockey East T ournament after he r egistered four points – three goals and one assist – in four league playof f victories; netted the game-winning goal in the team’s 4-1 win over Massachusetts (3/11) in the quarterfinals, then notched three points – two goals and one assist – in the team’s 5-3 win over Merrimack (3/19) in the championship game at TD Garden … ranked among the nation’ s leaders in several of fensive categories – goals per game (0.79; fourth), shorthanded goals (4; t-second) and points per game (1.33; 10th) … ranked second on the team with a plus21 rating; registered a plus-17 rating in conference contests … scored eight power-play goals and five game-winning goals … enjoyed 16 multiplepoint performances, including seven multiple-goal ef forts and a thr eeassist night at Massachusetts (2/25) … earned Hockey East Player of the Week honors on March 7 after stellar efforts in consecutive wins over New Hampshire; scored twice – the team’ s second and thir d goals – in a 4-0 home win on Friday (3/4), then notched one goal and one assist in a 4-3 victory over the Wildcats in Durham, N.H. on Satur day (3/5), a win that secured the program’s 11th Hockey East Regular -Season title … notched three points in each of five victories – at Denver (10/15), against Colgate (12/30), against Massachusetts (2/4), at Massachusetts (2/25) and against the Warriors (3/19) in the league tournament title game.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … registered a team-high 53 points – 30 goals and 23 assists … earned All-USCHO second-team honors … r ecipient of the Paul Hines Award as the Most Improved Player in New England … earned the N orman F. Dailey Award as the pr ogram’s Most Valuable Player … gained All-Tournament recognition at the N CAA T ournament’s Frozen Four in Detr oit, Mich., after scoring once in the team’ s 7-1 win over

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Miami (4/8) and twice in a 5-0 win over W isconsin (4/10) in the national championship game at Ford Field … gained NCAA Northeast Regional Most Outstanding Player honors after stellar ef forts in victories over Alaska (3/27) and Yale (3/28) in Worcester, Mass.; matched a season-high with four points – three goals and one assist – and a plus-five rating in a 9-7 win over the Bulldogs that gave the team its berth in the Frozen Four … captured All-Hockey East second-team r ecognition … r ecorded 34 points – 18 goals and 16 assists – in conference contests … ranked among the nation’s leaders in several offensive categories – goals (30; first), goals per game (0.71; four th), power-play goals (11; t-sixth) and points per game (1.26; 12th) … finished fourth among all sophomores in BC history in single-season goal scoring, surpassing Craig Janney (28; 1986-87) and Joe Mullen (28;1976-77) … ranked second on the team with a plusminus rating of plus-26; registered a plus-18 rating in conference contests … recorded a team-best 11 power -play goals … also scor ed two shor thanded goals and two game-winning goals … netted thr ee hat tricks … enjoyed 13 multiple-point performances, including six multiple-goal outings … tallied four points – three goals and one assist – in a 6-5 home win over Massachusetts (3/12) in the quar terfinals of the Hockey East Tournament … scor ed three times in a 7-0 home win over Merrimack (2/23) … twice tallied two goals and one assist in home victories over Maine (1/15) and Providence (1/29) … netted two scores in the team’s 31 victory at Massachusetts (12/4).

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 36 games … earned the Bernie Burke Outstanding Fr eshman Award … registered 19 points – seven goals and 12 assists; r ecorded 14 points –five goals and nine assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … scored three power-play goals, two game-winning goals and one shor thanded goal … ranked third on the team with 85 shots … enjoyed four multiplepoint performances, including one thr ee-point effort … tallied thr ee points – one goal and two assists – in BC’ s 4-1 home win over N ortheastern (3/7) in the r egular-season finale … tallied two assists, including the primary assist on Jimmy Hayes’ shor thanded goal, in a 5-3 win at N ew Hampshir e (3/13) in the quar terfinals of the Hockey East Tournament … notched two points – one goal and one assist – in a 5-1 home win over Har vard (11/28) … r ecorded two points – one goal and one assist – in a 4-4 tie at UMass-Lowell (2/14) … scor ed the team’s first goal – the gamewinner – in a 2-0 home win over Massachusetts (11/21) … tallied his first collegiate goal – the decisive scor e – at 13:30 of the third period in a 5-4 season-opening home win over W isconsin (10/10) … netted a shorthanded goal in a loss at Boston University (1/17).

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL Fr. So. Jr.

GP 36 42 39 117

G 7 30 31 68

A PTS 12 19 23 53 21 52 56 124

+/-5 +26 +21 +42

PEN 14/28 15/30 14/28 43/86

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PPG SHG 3 1 11 2 8 4 22 7

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JIMMY HAYES

PHILIP SAMUELSSON

Forward / 6-5 / 220

Defeenseman / 6-2 / 198

Lincold Stars (USHL)

Chicago Steel (USHL)

Dorchester, Mass.

Scottsdale, Ariz.

JAMES RYAN HAYES; born November 21, 1989 ... shoots right … signed a pr ofessional contract with the Chicago Blackhawks or ganization in March 2011; was selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the second r ound (60th overall) of the 2008 N HL Entry Draft.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)

Played in all 39 games … r egistered 33 points – 21 goals and 12 assists; r ecorded 19 points – 11 goals and eight assists – in conference contests … scored five game-winning goals, four power-play goals and one shor thanded goal … finished the season with a plus-13 rating; registered a plus-seven rating in league play … enjoyed eight multiplepoint performances, including one hat trick and thr ee multiple-goal efforts … earned Hockey East Co-Player of the W eek honors on Mar ch 14 after he scor ed four goals in two victories over Massachusetts in the quar terfinals of the Hockey East T ournament; scored the team’s first goal in a 4-1 win over the Minutemen on Friday (3/11) then notched his second car eer hat trick in a 4-2 series-clinching win the next night (3/12) … notched a seven-game scoring str eak from Jan. 22 to Feb. 18; tallied 12 points – six goals and six assists – during this str etch … r egistered two points in a 3-2 win over Boston University (2/7) in the first round of the Beanpot at TD Garden; tied the score at 2-2 at 4:56 of the third period, then assisted on Tommy Cross’ game-winning power-play tally at 3:17 of the over time period … scor ed the game-winning goal against Northeastern (2/14) in the Beanpot championship game.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … r egistered 35 points – 13 goals and 22 assists; r ecorded 19 points – seven goals and 12 assists – in confer ence contests … scored three power-play goals and three game-winning goals … finished the season with a plus-seven rating; registered a plus-three rating in league action … enjoyed nine multiple-point per formances, including one four-point outing and one three-point night … tallied four assists in a 7-1 home win over V ermont (11/14) … enjoyed one multiple-goal ef fort; scored twice in the third period, just 23 seconds apart, against Yale (3/28) in the NCAA Tournament’s Northeast Regional final in W orcester, Mass., marking the fastest pair of goals by one player in NCAA Regional history … ranked second among BC scor ers with 12 points – five goals and seven assists – in eight postseason victories … tallied thr ee points – one goal and two assists – in victories over Miami (4/8) and W isconsin (4/10) in the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four in Detroit, Mich.; notched two points – one decisive power play goal and one assist – in a 7-1 win over the RedHawks … led all Hockey East scorers with seven points – two goals and five assists – in four league postseason victories; notched two assists in a 5-2 series-clinching win over Massachusetts (3/13) in the quarterfinals, then tallied three points – one goal and two assists – in a 3-0 win over Vermont (3/19) in the tournament’s semifinal round.

PHILIP BO SAMUELSSON ; born July 26, 1991 in Leksand, Sweden ... shoots left … signed a professional contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins organization in April 2011; was selected by the Penguins in the second round (61st overall) of the 2009 NHL Entry Draft … twice participated in the U.S. National Junior Team Evaluation Camp; traveled to Lake Placid, N.Y. in August of 2009 and August of 2010 … graduated from New Trier Township High School in Winnetka, Ill., in May 2009 … also attended Avon Old Farms in Avon, Conn., in 2005-06.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)

Played in all 39 games … r egistered 16 points – four goals and 12 assists; r ecorded 10 points – three goals and seven assists – in confer ence contests … finished the season with a plus-minus rating of plus-17; was a plus-16 in league action … scored two powerplay goals and one game-winning goal … enjoyed two multiple-point per formances, including one two-goal, thr ee-point night … tallied thr ee points – two goals and one assist – in a 5-0 home win over Massachusetts (2/4); scored late in the second period and tallied his second goal of the game early in the thir d period against the Minutemen … notched two points – one goal and one assist – in a 3-2 over time win over Boston University (2/7) in the first r ound of the Beanpot in TD Gar den; opened the scoring at 14:37 of the first period against the T erriers then notched an assist on Jimmy Hayes’ tying goal in the thir d period … scor ed a power-play goal – the decisive tally – in the team’s 9-5 at Boston University (12/3).

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)

Played in all 42 games … r egistered 14 points – one goal and 13 assists; r ecorded nine points – one goal and eight assists – in confer ence contests … finished the season with a plus-15 rating; was a plus-14 in league action … enjoyed one multiple-point per formance … tallied two assists in a 7-0 home win over Merrimack (2/23) … notched a gamehigh plus-five rating in a 7-1 home win over Nor theastern (2/21) … registered his first collegiate point – an assist – on Ben Smith’ s second-period goal in a 3-2 win at Notr e Dame (10/23) … scored his first collegiate goal at 10:39 of the opening period in a 5-1 home win over Northeastern (11/7) … assisted on Brian Gibbons’ game-winning goal in a 3-1 win at Massachusetts (12/4) … assisted on Chris Krieder’ s third-period goal that lifted the team to a 3-0 lead over W isconsin (4/10) in the NCAA Tournament’s championship game in Detroit, Mich.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)

Played in 36 games … r egistered 13 points – eight goals and five assists; r ecorded 10 points – seven goals and three assists – in 26 Hockey East contests … scored one gamewinning goal, one power-play goal and one shorthanded goal … ranked fifth on the team with 75 shots … enjoyed two multiple-goal performances, including one hat trick … tallied four points – three goals and one assist – in BC’s 8-6 home win over New Hampshire (11/15) … netted his first two collegiate goals – the game’ s first two goals – in a 4-1 home win over Merrimack (10/30); struck first at 9:13 of the opening period and doubled the BC lead at 12:33 … scor ed a shorthanded goal in a 5-3 win at New Hampshir e (3/13) in the quarterfinals of the Hockey East Tournament.

Career Statistics YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL Fr. So. Jr.

GP 36 42 39 117

G 8 13 21 42

A PTS 5 13 22 35 12 33 39 81

Career Statistics +/-3 +7 +13 +17

PEN 11/22 7/14 12/24 30/60

PPG SHG 1 1 3 0 4 1 8 2

HT GW 1 1 0 3 1 5 2 9

YEAR 2009-10 2010-11 CAREER

CL GP Fr. 42 So. 39 81

G 1 4 5

A PTS 13 14 12 16 25 30

+/PEN +15 18/36 +17 25/72 +32 43/108

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PPG SHG 0 0 2 0 2 0

HT GW 0 0 0 1 0 1

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2010-11 INDIVIDUAL HONORS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY PATCH ALBER, SO., D James E. Tiernan Award – Team Most Improved Player BARRY ALMEIDA, JR., F 2011-12 Assistant Captain – elect BILL ARNOLD, FR., F Bernie Burke Outstanding Freshman Award All-Hockey East Rookie Team All-Hockey East Association Academic Team Hockey East Rookie of the Week – Jan. 3 PATRICK BROWN, FR., F All-Hockey East Association Academic Team CAM ATKINSON, JR., F Norman F. Dailey Award – Team co-MVP Hobey Baker Award Hat Trick Finalist American Hockey Coaches Association All-America East – first team All-USCHO East – first team College Hockey News All-America East – first team NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team Hobey Baker Award Top-10 Finalist Hockey East Tournament Most Valuable Player Hockey East All-Tournament Team All-Hockey East – first team New England Division I All-Star Two-time Hockey East Player of the Week – March 7, March 21 PAUL CAREY, JR., F 2011-12 Assistant Captain – elect Ledyard Classic Most Valuable Player TOMMY CROSS, JR., D 2011-12 Captain – elect Hockey East All-Tournament Team Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week – March 21 Boston College Junior Outstanding Male Scholar Athlete BRIAN DUMOULIN, SO., D American Hockey Coaches Association All-America East – first team All-USCHO East – first team College Hockey News All-America East – first team Hockey East Best Defensive Defenseman All-Hockey East – first team Bob Monahan Award – best defenseman in New England New England Division I All-Star 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship – U.S. National Junior Team; bronze medalist Hockey East Co-Defensive Player of the Week – Jan. 10 BROOKS DYROFF, SO., F BNY Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award Recipient All-Hockey East Association Academic Team

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BRIAN GIBBONS, SR., F John “Snooks” Kelley Memorial Award Boston College Academic Excellence Award Hockey East All-Tournament Team All-Hockey East – second team Ledyard Classic All-Tournament Team Hockey East Player of the Month – December JIMMY HAYES, JR., F Hockey East Co-Player of the Week – March 14 Hockey East Player of the Week – Oct. 18 CHRIS KREIDER, SO., F 2010 IIHF World Championship participant – U.S. Men’s National Team 2010 IIHF W orld Junior Championship – U.S. N ational Junior T eam; bronze medalist Beanpot Most Valuable Player JIM LOGUE, ASST. COACH Parker-York Award – contributions to New England hockey ISAAC MACLEOD, FR., D All-Hockey East Association Academic Team JOHN MUSE, SR., G Norman F. Dailey Award – Team co-MVP Boston College Academic Achievement Award Boston College Senior Outstanding Male Scholar-Athlete American Hockey Coaches Association All-America East – second team All-USCHO East – second team College Hockey News All-America East – second team Walter Brown Award – best American-born player in New England Hockey East All-Tournament Team All-Hockey East – first team New England Division I All-Star Boston College Career Record – saves (3,696) Hockey East Goaltender of the Month – November Three-time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week – Oct. 11, Nov. 22, Feb. 14 PATRICK WEY, SO., D 2010 IIHF W orld Junior Championship – U.S. N ational Junior T bronze medalist All-Hockey East Association Academic Team

eam;

JOE WHITNEY, SR., F William J. Flynn Coaches Award Ledyard Classic All-Tournament Team STEVEN WHITNEY, SO., F Hockey East Co - Player of the Week – Dec. 6 JERRY YORK, HEAD COACH Hockey East Association Coach of the Year Award 2010 Lester Patrick Trophy – outstanding service to hockey in the United States

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HOCKEY EAST 2010-11 YEAR IN REVIEW 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

FINAL 2010-11 HOCKEY EAST STANDINGS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

SCHOOL Boston College % New Hampshire Boston University Merrimack Maine Northeastern Vermont Massachusetts Providence UMass Lowell

W-L-T 20-6-1 17-6-4 15-6-6 16-8-3 14-8-5 10-10-7 6-14-7 5-16-6 4-16-7 4-21-2

PTS 41 38 36 35 33 27 19 16 15 10

GF 101 90 76 89 92 73 60 68 53 60

GA 58 59 67 67 73 69 85 88 94 102

OVERALL 30-8-1 22-11-6 19-12-8 25-10-4 17-12-7 14-16-8 8-20-8 6-23-6 8-18-8 5-25-4

GF 153 131 116 143 122 108 82 88 75 83

GA1. 94 98 112 97 105 104 116 122 116 136

% - HOCKEY EAST Tournament Champion

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring Leaders GP G A PTS 1. Paul Thompson, UNH ....27 ...23 ...19....42 2. Cam Atkinson, BC .........27...24...14....38 3. Brian Gibbons, BC .........27...10...26....36 Gustav Nyquist, ME........27 ...15 ...21....36 5. Chris Barton, MC............26 ...12 ...21....33 5. Mike Sislo, UNH .............27 .....6 ...26....32 7. Brian Flynn, ME..............27 ...15 ...15....30 Wade MacLeod, NU ........27 ...14 ...16....30 9. Joe Cucci, MC .................26 ...12 ...17....29 Alex Chiasson, BU ..........26 ...10 ...19....29

Goal Scorers G 1. Cam Atkinson, BC ..............................24 2. Paul Thompson, UNH............................23 3. Brian Flynn, ME ....................................15 Gustav Nyquist, ME ..............................15 5. Wade MacLeod, NU ..............................14 6. Jesse Todd, MC ......................................13 7. Chris Barton, MC ..................................12 Joe Cucci, MC ........................................12 Spencer Abbott, ME ..............................12 Jack Downing, UVM ..............................12 11. Jimmy Hayes, BC ................................11

Goaltending Leaders W-L-T MIN SVS PCT GA GAA 1. John Muse, BC .....................18-4-1 .........1304:45 ........560............933 .........40......... 1.84 2. Matt Di Girolamo, UNH .......17-6-4..........1636:04.........797 ...........931 ...........59 ......... 2.16 3. Dan Sullivan, ME.....................9-3-2........... 842:39.........301 ...........904 ...........32 ......... 2.28 4. Kieran Millan, BU ..................13-5-6..........1487:42 .........799 ............932.......... 58 ......... 2.34 5. Chris Rawlings, NU.................8-9-7..........1490:03 .........752 ............925.......... 61 ......... 2.46

2010-11 ALL-HOCKEY EAST SELECTIONS Goaltender Defense Defense Forward Forward Forward Forward Forward

First Team John Muse, BC Brian Dumoulin, BC Blake Kessel, UNH Cam Atkinson, BC Paul Thompson, UNH Gustav Nyquist, ME

Second Team Kieran Millan, BU David Warsofsky, BU Josh Van Dyk, ME Brian Gibbons, BC Stephane Da Costa, MC Wade MacLeod, NU

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Paul Thompson, New Hampshire COACH OF THE YEAR: Jerry York, Boston College ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Charlie Coyle, Boston University BEST DEFENSIVE DEFENSEMAN: Brian Dumoulin, Boston College BEST DEFENSIVE FORWARD: Tanner House, Maine

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Rookie Team Dan Sullivan, ME Anthony Bitteto, NU Adam Clendening, BU Bill Arnold, BC Charlie Coyle, BU Mike Collins, MC Michael Pereira, UM Brodie Reid, NU

Assist Leaders......................................A 1. Brian Gibbons, BC ..............................26 Mike Sislo, UNH ....................................26 3. Chris Barton, MC ..................................21 Brian Dumoulin, BC ............................21 Gustav Nyquist, ME ..............................21 6. Phil DeSimone, UNH ............................20 7. Joe Whitney, BC ..................................19 Alex Chiasson, BU..................................19 Tanner House, ME..................................19 Paul Thompson, UNH............................19

2010-11 HOCKEY EAST WEEKLY HONOREES FROM BC

Date Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Nov. 22 Dec. 6 Jan. 3 Jan. 10 Feb. 14 March 7 March 14 March 21 March 24

Player of the Week John Muse (Defensive) Jimmy Hayes John Muse (Defensive) Steve Whitney (Co-Player) Bill Arnold (Rookie) Brian Dumoulin (Co-Defensive) John Muse (Defensive) Cam Atkinson Jimmy Hayes (Co-Player) Tommy Cross (Defensive) Cam Atkinson

2010-11 HOCKEY EAST MONTHLY HONOREES FROM BC

Date Player of the Month November John Muse (Goaltender) December Brian Gibbons

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BC IN THE HOCKEY EAST ASSOCIATION 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

COMPOSITE HOCKEY EAST RECORDS

School YRS GP W L T PCT Boston University ....27 ........689 ........388 ........216 ..........85 .........624 Boston College ........27 ........689 ........393 ........229 ..........67 .......619 Maine ........................27 ........689 ........372 ........250 ..........67 .........589 New Hampshire ........27 ........689 ........344 ........260 ..........85 .........561 Vermont ......................6 ........162 ..........65 ..........63 ..........34 .........506 Providence College ..27 ........689 ........259 ........342 ..........88 .........440 Northeastern ............27 ........689 ........248 ........352 ..........89 .........425 UMass-Lowell ..........27 ........689 ........255 ........369 ..........65 .........417 Massachusetts ..........17 ........426 ........130 ........254 ..........44 .........357 Merrimack ................22 ........537 ........141 ........344 ..........52 .........311

BC VS. OPPONENTS IN HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON PLAY

Opponent GP W L T GF GA Boston University ....82 ..........42 ..........29 ..........11 ........300 ........277 Maine ........................82 ..........41 ..........32 ............9 ........291 ........274 Massachusetts ..........51 ..........40 ............8 ............3 ........220 ........100 UMass-Lowell ..........84 ..........51 ..........29 ............5 ........353 ........285 Merrimack ................66 ..........43 ..........19 ............4 ........270 ........187 New Hampshire ........84 ..........33 ..........40 ..........11 ........292 ........316 Northeastern ............82 ..........49 ..........24 ............9 ........369 ........275 Providence ................84 ..........52 ..........21 ..........11 ........355 ........238 Vermont ....................18 ..........10 ............4 ............4 ..........54 ..........38 WHCA Opponents*..56 ..........33 ..........21 ............2 ........251 ........232 Totals ......................689 ........393 ........229 ..........66 ......2748 ......2214 Regular-Season Titles: 11 (1984-85, 1985-86, 1986-87, 1988-89, 198990, 1990-91, 2000-01, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2010-11)

BC VS. OPPONENTS IN HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT PLAY

Opponent GP W L T GF GA Boston University ....11 ............3 ............8 ............0 ..........34 ..........42 Maine ........................12 ............7 ............5 ............0 ..........40 ..........44 Massachusetts ............7 ............6 ............1 ............0 ..........31 ..........18 UMass-Lowell ............8 ............5 ............1 ............2 ..........33 ..........22 Merrimack ................11 ..........10 ............1 ............0 ..........50 ..........29 New Hampshire ........11 ............8 ............3 ............0 ..........37 ..........33 Northeastern ..............7 ............6 ............1 ............0 ..........40 ..........20 Providence ..................9 ............6 ............3 ............0 ..........36 ..........27 Vermont ......................4 ............4 ............0 ............0 ..........16 ............4 Totals ........................80 ..........55 ..........23 ............2 ........317 ........237 Tournament Titles: 10 (1987, 1990, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011)

BC in the Hockey East Association

Year 1984-85

HE Record Finish 24-9-1* First

Overall 28-15-2

1985-86

23-9-2*

First

26-13-3

1986-87

26-6-0*

First

31-8-0

1987-88 1988-89

10-14-2* 16-6-4*

Fifth First

13-18-3 25-11-4

1989-90

15-6-0

First

28-13-1

1990-91

16-5-0

First

27-12-0

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

9-10-2 6-15-3 7-12-5 8-14-2 12-10-2 9-12-3 15-5-4

Fifth Seventh Sixth Eighth Fifth Sixth Second

14-18-3 9-24-5 15-16-5 11-22-2 16-17-3 15-19-4 28-9-5

1998-99

15-7-2

Third

27-12-4

1999-00

15-8-1

Third

29-12-1

2000-01

17-5-2

First

33-8-2

2001-02 2002-03

10-13-1 16-6-2

Sixth First

18-18-2 24-11-4

2003-04

17-4-3

First

29-9-4

2004-05

14-3-7

First

26-7-7

2005-06

17-8-2

Second

26-13-3

2006-07

18-8-1

Second

29-12-1

2007-08

11-9-7

Fourth

25-11-8

2008-09 2009-10

11-11-5 16-8-3

Sixth Second

18-14-5 29-10-3

2010-11

20-6-1

First

30-8-1

Postseason HEA Finals NCAA Semifinals HEA Finals NCAA Quarterfinals HEA Champion NCAA Quarterfinals HEA First Round HEA Finals NCAA Quarterfinals HEA Champion NCAA Semifinals HEA First Round NCAA First Round HEA Semifinals HEA Quarterfinals HEA Quarterfinals HEA First Round HEA Quarterfinals HEA Semifinals HEA Champion NCAA Finals HEA Champion NCAA Semifinals HEA Finals NCAA Finals HEA Champion NCAA Champion HEA Quarterfinals HEA Semifinals NCAA Quarterfinals HEA Quarterfinals NCAA Semifinals HEA Champion NCAA Quarterfinals HEA Finals NCAA Finals HEA Champion NCAA Finals HEA Champion NCAA Champion HEA Semifinals HEA Champion NCAA Champion HEA Champion NCAA Quarterfinals

* - Fr om 1984-85 thr ough 1988-89, HOCKEY EAST r egular-season records include games against WCHA opponents as par t of the HOCKEY EAST/WCHA interlocking schedule.

1984-85 Hockey East Champs

1985-86 Hockey East Champs

1986-87 Hockey East Champs

1988-89 Hockey East Champs

1989-90 Hockey East Champs

1990-91 Hockey East Champs

1998 Hockey East Champs

1999 Hockey East Champs

2000-01 Hockey East Champs

2002-03 Hockey East Champs

2003-04 Hockey East Champs

2004-05 Hockey East Champs

2007 Hockey East Champs

2008 Hockey East Champs

2010 Hockey East Champs

2010-11 Hockey East Champs

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

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Boston University

Date Nov. 13, 1984 Jan. 8, 1985 March 3, 1985 Nov. 13, 1985 Feb. 10, 1986 Feb. 19, 1986 March 1, 1986 March 15, 1986 Dec. 2, 1986 Dec. 6, 1986 Jan. 20, 1987 Jan. 23, 1987 Feb. 2, 1987 Nov. 7, 1987 Dec. 9, 1987 Feb. 27, 1988 Nov. 1, 1988 Jan. 13, 1989 Feb. 28, 1989 Nov. 28, 1989 Jan. 3, 1990 Feb. 5, 1990 Feb. 27, 1990 Nov. 11, 1990 Jan. 18, 1991 Feb. 11, 1991 Feb. 23, 1991 Dec. 7, 1991 Jan. 25, 1992 Feb. 28, 1992 March 7, 1992 Dec. 9, 1992 Jan. 15, 1993 Jan 16, 1993 Feb. 1, 1993 March 12, 1993 March 14, 1993 Dec. 11, 1993 Jan. 14, 1994 Jan. 15, 1994 Jan. 20, 1995 Jan. 21, 1995 Feb. 13, 1995 March 4, 1995 Jan. 12, 1996 Jan. 13, 1996 Feb. 5, 1996 March 2, 1996 Dec. 11, 1996 Jan. 17, 1997 Jan. 18, 1997 Feb. 10, 1997 Dec. 7, 1997 Dec. 9, 1997 Jan. 9, 1998 Nov. 20, 1998 Nov. 21, 1998 Feb. 1, 1999 March 5, 1999 Jan. 8, 2000 Jan. 9, 2000 Feb. 14, 2000 March 5, 2000 Jan. 6, 2001 Jan. 7, 2001 Feb. 12, 2001 March 4, 2001 Nov. 17, 2001 Jan. 18, 2002 Jan. 20, 2002 Feb. 4, 2002

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Site Result McHugh Forum W, 6-3 Walter Brown Arena W, 10-1 McHugh Forum T, 2-2 Walter Brown Arena W, 2-1 (OT) Boston Garden $ L, 1-4 McHugh Forum W, 7-4 Walter Brown Arena T, 3-3 Providence Civic Center % L, 4-9 Boston Garden W, 9-6 Walter Brown Arena W, 7-5 Boston Garden W, 8-2 Walter Brown Arena W, 5-4 (OT) Boston Garden $ L, 3-6 Walter Brown Arena W, 4-3 Matthews Arena T, 4-4 Walter Brown Arena L, 3-6 Kelley Rink L, 3-6 Kelley Rink W, 8-3 Walter Brown Arena W, 3-1 Kelley Rink L, 4-6 Walter Brown Arena W, 3-2 Boston Garden $ L, 3-4 Walter Brown Arena L, 2-4 Kelley Rink W, 3-2 Kelley Rink W, 5-2 Boston Garden $ L, 4-8 Walter Brown Arena W, 6-5 Walter Brown Arena W, 5-4 (OT) Walter Brown Arena T, 3-3 Kelley Rink W, 3-2 Walter Brown Arena % W, 5-2 Walter Brown Arena L, 4-7 Kelley Rink L, 1-5 Walter Brown Arena L, 2-7 Boston Garden $ L, 2-8 Walter Brown Arena % L, 2-6 Walter Brown Arena % L, 1-5 Kelley Rink L, 2-5 Kelley Rink L, 2-6 Walter Brown Arena L, 4-6 Kelley Rink L, 4-7 Walter Brown Arena L, 1-5 Boston Garden $ L, 1-5 Walter Brown Arena L, 3-10 Kelley Rink T, 4-4 (S.O.L.) Walter Brown Arena L, 3-10 FleetCenter $ L, 1-4 Kelley Rink W, 3-1 Walter Brown Arena L, 4-6 Walter Brown Arena T, 5-5 Kelley Rink T, 4-4 FleetCenter $ L, 2-4 Kelley Rink L, 1-5 Walter Brown Arena T, 3-3 Kelley Rink W, 4-2 Kelley Rink W, 6-2 Walter Brown Arena L, 2-4 FleetCenter $ L, 2-3 (OT) Walter Brown Arena W, 3-2 Kelley Rink T, 4-4 Walter Brown Arena L, 1-2 FleetCenter $ L, 1-4 Kelley Rink W, 6-2 Walter Brown Arena L, 2-3 Kelley Rink W, 5-2 FleetCenter $ W, 5-3 Walter Brown Arena W, 5-1 Kelley Rink W, 3-1 Kelley Rink L, 1-2 Walter Brown Arena L, 1-3 FleetCenter $ L, 3-5

Nov. 15, 2002 Jan. 16, 2003 Jan. 17, 2003 Feb. 10, 2003 March 14, 2003 Dec. 5, 2003 Jan. 16, 2004 Jan. 17, 2004 Feb. 9, 2004 March 11, 2004 March 12, 2004 March 13, 2004 Dec. 3, 2004 Jan. 14, 2005 Jan. 15, 2005 Feb. 7, 2005 Dec. 2, 2005 Dec. 3, 2005 Jan. 27, 2006 Feb. 13, 2006 March 18, 2006 March 25, 2006 Dec. 2, 2006 Jan. 24, 2007 Jan. 26, 2007 Feb. 12, 2007 March 16, 2007 Jan. 24, 2007 Jan. 26, 2007 Jan. 19, 2008 Feb. 4, 2008 Dec. 5, 2008 Dec. 6, 2008 Jan. 17, 2009 March 20, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Jan. 8, 2010 Jan. 22, 2010 Feb. 8, 2010 Dec. 3, 2010 Dec. 4, 2010 Jan. 21, 2011 Feb. 7, 2011

Maine

Date Jan. 27, 1985 Feb. 23, 1985 Feb. 24, 1985 Oct. 26, 1985 Feb. 22, 1986 Feb. 23, 1986 Oct. 24, 1986 Oct. 25, 1986 Feb. 13, 1987 Feb. 14, 1987 March 16, 1987 Jan. 23, 1988 Feb. 19, 1988 Feb. 20, 1988 Jan. 3, 1989 Feb. 17, 1989 Feb. 19, 1989 March 11, 1989 Dec. 1, 1989 Dec. 2, 1989 Feb. 17, 1990 March 11, 1990 Dec. 15, 1990 Jan. 15, 1991 Jan. 20, 1991 Nov. 10, 1991 Feb. 14, 1992

Walter Brown Arena Walter Brown Arena Kelley Rink FleetCenter $ FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Walter Brown Arena FleetCenter $ Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Walter Brown Arena Kelley Rink Agganis Arena FleetCenter $ Kelley Rink Agganis Arena Kelley Rink TD Banknorth Garden $ TD Banknorth Garden % DCU Center ^ Agganis Arena Kelley Rink Agganis Arena TD Banknorth Garden $ TD Banknorth Garden % Kelley Rink Agganis Arena Kelley Rink TD Banknorth Garden $ Agganis Arena Kelley Rink Agganis Arena TD Banknorth Garden $ Agganis Arena Fenway Park Kelley Rink TD Garden$ Agganis Arena Kelley Rink Agganis Arena TD Garden $

Site McHugh Forum Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena McHugh Forum McHugh Forum Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Walter Brown Arena Walter Brown Arena Boston Garden % Bright Hockey Center Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink % Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena

W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 2-3 L, 5-6 (2OT) W, 5-2 W, 5-1 W, 3-2 W, 2-1 (OT) L, 2-3 W, 4-0 L, 2-4 L, 2-3 W, 6-3 W, 2-0 L, 1-2 W, 2-1 L, 2-6 L, 3-4 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 5-0 W, 1-0 L, 1-4 W, 5-2 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 6-2 W, 6-2 W, 4-3 T, 2-2 W, 4-3 (OT) T, 1-1 L, 1-3 L, 2-5 L, 2-3 W, 4-1 L, 2-3 L, 4-5 (OT) W, 4-3 W, 9-5 W, 5-2 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 (OT)*

Result W, 9-3 W, 3-2 L, 4-5 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 5-3 W, 7-1 W, 8-4 L, 3-6 W, 6-5 (OT) W, 6-3 W, 4-2 L, 2-3 (OT) W, 4-3 L, 2-9 L, 3-6 W, 6-3 W, 6-2 L, 4-5 W, 5-1 W, 4-3 W, 3-1 W, 4-3 W, 6-5 L, 5-6 W, 5-4 L, 0-4 L, 1-4

Feb. 15, 1992 March 12, 1992 Jan. 22, 1993 Jan. 24, 1993 March 2, 1993 Jan. 21, 1994 Jan. 22, 1994 March 5, 1994 Nov. 11, 1994 Nov. 13, 1994 Jan. 11, 1995 Nov. 17, 1995 Nov. 18, 1995 Feb. 2, 1996 Dec. 6, 1996 Dec. 7, 1996 Jan. 31, 1997 Nov. 21, 1997 Nov. 22, 1997 Jan. 10, 1998 March 21, 1998 Jan. 8, 1999 Jan. 9, 1999 Feb. 13, 1999 March 19, 1999 April 1, 1999 Nov. 14, 1999 Jan. 28, 2000 Jan. 29, 2000 March 18, 2000 Dec. 10, 2000 Jan. 26, 2001 Jan. 27, 2001 March 24, 2001 Dec. 7, 2001 Dec. 8, 2001 Feb. 8, 2002 March 7, 2002 March 8, 2002 Dec. 6, 2002 Dec. 7, 2002 Feb. 7, 2003 Nov. 7, 2003 March 5, 2004 March 6, 2004 April 8, 2004 Nov. 5, 2004 March 4, 2005 March 5, 2005 March 18, 2005 Oct. 28, 2005 Feb. 17, 2006 Feb. 18, 2006 March 17, 2006 Nov. 19, 2006 Feb. 15, 2007 Feb. 16, 2007 Nov. 2, 2007 Jan. 25, 2008 Jan. 26, 2008 Nov. 9, 2008 Jan. 24, 2009 Jan. 25, 2009 Nov. 20, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Jan. 15, 2010 March 20, 2010 Nov. 19, 2010 Nov. 21, 2010 Jan. 16, 2011

Alfond Arena Boston Garden % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena FleetCenter % Arrowhead Pond ^ Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena FleetCenter % Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Worcester Centrum ^ Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Alfond Arena % Alfond Arena % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena FleetCenter ^ Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena TD Banknorth Garden % Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena Alfond Arena Kelley Rink TD Garden Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Alfond Arena

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

L, 2-4 L, 3-7 L, 1-8 L, 1-4 L, 1-9 T, 4-4 W, 5-3 L, 3-4 T, 4-4 (S.O.L.) L, 1-3 L, 1-5 L, 0-5 L, 0-4 W, 6-2 L, 3-6 W, 5-3 L, 6-8 W, 6-1 L, 5-12 T, 0-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 W, 7-4 L, 4-6 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 (OT) L, 2-4 W, 3-2 W, 3-0 L, 1-2 W, 7-2 W, 4-1 W, 7-2 W, 3-1 L, 2-5 T, 3-3 W, 4-3 L, 3-7 L, 2-4 L, 3-4 T, 2-2 W, 5-2 W, 4-1 L, 0-3 L, 3-4 (OT) L, 1-2 W, 3-1 W, 4-3 T, 2-2 (OT) W, 2-1 (2OT) L, 1-2 L, 1-4 L, 1-3 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 (OT) W, 5-2 W, 6-5 T, 1-1 T, 3-3 W, 4-2 L, 1-2 W, 6-3 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 T, 3-3 W, 6-1 W, 7-6 (OT) W, 4-0 W, 4-1 L, 1-4


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Massachusetts

Date Oct. 30, 1994 Jan. 6, 1995 Jan. 7, 1995 March 7, 1995 Jan. 19, 1995 Jan. 20, 1995 March 1, 1995 Jan. 6, 1996 Jan. 24, 1996 Feb. 22, 1996 Nov. 2, 1997 Jan. 24, 1998 March 4, 1998 Jan. 26, 1999 Jan. 29, 1999 Feb. 5, 1999 Oct. 23, 1999 Feb. 25, 2000 Feb. 26, 2000 Oct. 29, 2000 Feb. 23, 2001 Feb. 24, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Jan. 7, 2002 Feb. 1, 2002 Oct. 13, 2002 Jan. 3, 2003 Jan. 31, 2003 Nov. 14, 2003 Feb. 13, 2004 Feb. 14, 2004 Nov. 12, 2004 Jan. 27, 2005 Jan. 28, 2005 March 11, 2005 March 12, 2005 Dec. 9, 2005 Dec. 10, 2005 Feb. 3, 2006 Dec. 8, 2006 Dec. 9, 2006 Feb. 2, 2007 Nov. 16, 2007 Nov. 17, 2007 Feb. 8, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Nov. 22, 2008 Feb. 6, 2009 Dec. 4, 2009 Feb. 5, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 March 12, 2010 March 13, 2010 Feb. 4, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 March 11, 2011 March 12, 2011

Site Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Mullins Center Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink% Kelley Rink% Kelley Rink Mullins Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink %

Umass-Lowell

Date Nov. 17, 1984 Jan. 30, 1985 Feb. 14, 1985 March 15, 1985 Nov. 19, 1985 Jan. 21, 1986 Feb. 16, 1986 March 14, 1986 Nov. 5, 1986 Nov. 8, 1986

Site Tully Forum McHugh Forum Tully Forum Providence Civic Center % McHugh Forum Tully Forum McHugh Forum Providence Civic Center % Tully Forum Matthews Arena

Result W, 4-2 W, 8-4 L, 3-5 L, 4-5 W, 8-2 W, 5-3 W, 7-3 W, 5-4 W, 3-2 W, 3-2 W, 3-1 W, 6-3 W, 6-1 W, 7-1 W, 3-1 W, 5-4 W, 4-1 W, 2-0 L, 1-5 W, 9-5 T, 3-3 W, 6-3 W, 4-0 W, 4-3 (OT) W, 3-2 (OT) W, 6-0 L, 2-3 W, 9-0 W, 4-1 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 T, 3-3 (OT) W, 5-2 W, 6-0 W, 3-2 (2OT) W, 5-1 W, 7-0 W, 4-1 L, 2-3 L, 1-2 W, 5-2 L, 3-5 T, 1-1 L, 2-3 W, 4-1 W, 2-0 L, 3-4 (OT) W, 2-0 W, 3-1 W, 7-1 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 6-5 W, 5-2 W, 5-0 W, 4-3 W, 2-1 W, 4-1 W, 4-2

Result L, 5-7 W, 15-6 W, 4-2 W, 6-5 W, 7-5 W, 9-6 W, 3-0 W, 5-2 W, 4-3 L, 3-4

Jan. 28, 1987 Jan. 30, 1987 Nov. 20, 1987 Jan. 29 1988 Feb. 5, 1988 March 4, 1988 March 5, 1988 Nov. 8, 1988 Jan. 27, 1989 Feb. 3, 1989 Dec. 9, 1989 Jan. 23, 1990 Feb. 23, 1990 Jan. 25, 1991 Jan. 26, 1991 Feb. 15, 1991 Dec. 6, 1991 Jan. 24, 1992 Feb. 23, 1992 Nov. 13, 1992 Nov. 14, 1992 Feb. 12, 1993 Feb. 13, 1993 Nov. 12, 1993 Nov. 13, 1993 Jan. 28, 1994 Jan. 29, 1994 Dec. 9, 1994 Dec. 10, 1994 Feb. 3, 1995 Dec. 1, 1995 Dec. 2, 1995 Jan. 6, 1996 Nov. 1, 1996 Nov. 2, 1996 Jan. 3, 1997 March 15, 1997 Jan. 30, 1998 Feb. 27, 1998 Feb. 28, 1998 Oct. 30, 1998 Oct. 31, 1998 Feb. 19, 1999 March 11, 1999 March 12, 1999 Nov. 7, 1999 Jan. 14, 2000 Feb. 4, 2000 Nov. 4, 2000 Jan. 12, 2001 Feb. 2, 2001 March 16, 2001 Oct. 19, 2001 Jan. 11, 2002 Jan. 12, 2002 Oct. 26, 2003 Jan. 10, 2003 Jan. 11, 2003 Nov. 5, 2003 Feb. 20, 2004 Feb. 21, 2004 Oct. 19, 2004 Feb. 18, 2005 Feb. 19, 2005 Jan. 29, 2006 Feb. 23, 2006 Feb. 25, 2006 Jan. 27, 2007 Feb. 22, 2007 Feb. 24, 2007 Jan. 18, 2008 Feb. 15, 2008 Feb. 16, 2008

Matthews Arena Tully Forum Walter Brown Arena Tully Forum Matthews Arena Tully Forum % Tully Forum % Tully Forum Tully Forum Kelley Rink Tully Forum Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tully Forum Tully Forum Tully Forum Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tully Forum Kelley Rink Tully Forum Tully Forum Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tully Forum Kelley Rink Tully Forum Tully Forum Kelley Rink Tully Forum Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tully Forum Tully Forum FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena

W, 7-6 L, 3-5 L, 4-5 L, 3-5 W, 6-5 T, 3-3 L, 2-5 W, 6-0 W, 8-2 T, 4-4 L, 2-3 W, 3-2 W, 6-3 W, 4-0 L, 2-3 W, 7-3 L, 3-6 T, 2-2 W, 6-3 L, 2-5 W, 3-2 L, 3-7 L, 2-5 T, 3-3 L, 3-4 (OT) T, 3-3 L, 1-4 L, 3-4 W, 4-3 W, 7-3 W, 6-5 L, 3-8 L, 4-6 L, 4-6 W, 8-4 L, 4-6 T, 2-2 W, 4-3 W, 5-4 W, 7-3 W, 7-3 W, 6-4 W, 3-2 W, 5-0 W, 5-4 W, 4-1 W, 6-2 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 W, 2-1 W, 4-3 W, 5-1 L, 2-7 L, 2-3 L, 4-8 W, 4-3 W, 6-3 W, 7-1 W, 4-1 W, 4-1 W, 5-0 W, 3-2 L, 1-3 L, 1-4 W, 4-3 (OT) W, 6-0 L, 3-6 W, 4-3 W, 3-0 W, 4-3 W, 5-4 L, 1-3 W, 5-2

Jan. 16, 2009 Feb. 13, 2009 Feb. 14, 2009 Jan. 23, 2010 Feb. 12, 2010 Feb. 13, 2010 Nov. 2, 2010 Jan. 22, 2011 Jan. 29, 2011

Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Tsongas Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Tsongas Arena

Merrimack

Date Nov. 7, 1989 Jan. 19, 1990 Feb. 2, 1990 March 2, 1990 March 4, 1990 March 5, 1990 Dec. 10, 1990 Jan. 5, 1991 Feb. 1, 1991 Nov. 6, 1991 Nov. 19, 1991 Jan. 10, 1992 Jan. 27, 1993 Jan. 29, 1993 Feb. 5, 1993 Feb. 2, 1994 Feb. 4, 1994 Feb. 22, 1994 Feb. 17, 1995 Feb. 18, 1995 March 3, 1995 Jan. 5, 1996 Jan. 26, 1996 Jan. 27, 1996 Feb. 14, 1997 Feb. 15, 1997 March 1, 1997 March 6, 1997 March 7, 1997 Oct. 31, 1997 Feb. 13, 1998 Feb. 14, 1998 March 20, 1998 Dec. 8, 1998 Feb. 26, 1999 March 6, 1999 Oct. 19, 1999 Nov. 19, 1999 Dec. 7, 1999 Nov. 16, 2000 Nov. 21, 2000 Jan. 16, 2001 March 9, 2001 March 10, 2001 Nov. 8, 2001 Feb. 15, 2002 Feb. 16, 2002 Nov. 7, 2002 Feb. 14, 2003 Feb. 15, 2003 March 7, 2003 March 8, 2003 Nov. 18, 2003 Jan. 9, 2004 Feb. 5, 2004 Jan. 4, 2005 Jan. 8, 2005 Feb. 11, 2005 Nov. 26, 2005 Jan. 13, 2006 Jan. 14, 2006

Site Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink % Kelly Rink % Kelly Rink % Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Volpe Complex % Volpe Complex % Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

L, 3-4 (OT) L, 0-6 T, 4-4 L, 1-3 L, 1-4 W, 2-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-3 W, 5-1

Result W, 3-1 W, 8-3 W, 10-1 W, 3-1 L, 3-6 W, 8-5 L, 5-6 W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 3-1 W, 5-3 L, 1-3 L, 3-5 W, 7-3 W, 5-4 L, 3-4 (OT) L, 4-6 W, 4-2 L, 1-4 L, 0-4 W, 6-4 W, 7-5 W, 5-3 W, 4-2 L, 2-5 L, 5-11 L, 3-4 W, 7-6 W, 5-3 L, 4-6 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 W, 7-2 W, 2-1 L, 2-5 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 L, 0-2 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-2 L, 3-6 W, 1-0 W, 5-1 W, 6-4 W, 2-1 L, 2-5 W, 7-0 W, 3-2 (OT) L, 1-6 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 T, 3-3 (OT) W, 4-0 T, 4-4 (OT) W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 8-3 W, 3-0 W, 2-1 W, 5-0

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Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Volpe Complex Volpe Complex TD Garden%

New Hampshire

Date Oct. 30, 1984 Jan. 16, 1985 Feb. 7, 1985 Nov. 2, 1985 Dec. 11, 1985 Feb. 6, 1986 Dec. 10, 1986 Dec. 13, 1986 Feb. 18, 1987 Feb. 21, 1987 Oct. 31, 1987 Jan. 20, 1988 Feb. 13, 1988 Nov. 18, 1988 Dec. 9, 1988 Feb. 25, 1989 Dec. 5, 1989 Jan. 20, 1990 Feb. 20, 1990 March 9, 1990 Dec. 8, 1990 Jan. 8, 1991 Feb. 8, 1991 Nov. 15, 1991 Jan. 18, 1992 Feb. 7, 1992 Nov. 20, 1992 Nov. 21, 1992 Feb. 19, 1993 Feb. 20, 1993 Nov. 19, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Feb. 18, 1994 Feb. 19, 1994 March 11, 1994 March 12, 1994 Nov. 18, 1994 Nov. 19, 1994 Feb. 10, 1995 Dec. 8, 1995 Dec. 9, 1995 Feb. 24, 1996 Nov. 22, 1996 Nov. 23, 1996 Jan. 25, 1997 March 14, 1997 Nov. 4, 1997 Nov. 7, 1997 Jan. 27, 1998 Dec. 4, 1998 Dec. 5, 1998 Feb. 20, 1999 March 20, 1999 Nov. 20, 1999

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Site Snively Arena McHugh Forum Snively Arena McHugh Forum Snively Arena McHugh Forum Snively Arena Bright Hockey Center Walter Brown Arena Snively Arena Walter Brown Arena Snively Arena Snively Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Snively Arena Kelley Rink Snively Arena Snively Arena Kelley Rink % Snively Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Snively Arena Snively Arena Kelley Rink Snively Arena Kelley Rink Snively Arena Kelley Rink Snively Arena Kelley Rink Snively Arena Snively Arena % Snively Arena % JFK Memorial Coliseum Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Whittemore Center

W, 3-1 W, 4-1 W, 6-1 W, 7-1 W, 4-2 T, 3-3 W, 4-1 W, 4-3 (OT) T, 5-5 W, 4-3 L, 3-5 W, 7-0 W, 3-2 L, 2-4 L, 3-5 W, 5-3

Result W, 4-3 L, 3-4 W, 5-3 W, 7-3 W, 8-4 W, 5-2 W, 4-2 W, 10-1 W, 4-3 W, 7-2 W, 6-2 L, 1-5 L, 4-7 W, 5-3 W, 7-1 L, 4-7 W, 9-5 W, 6-4 W, 5-3 W, 5-4 (OT) L, 3-5 W, 5-3 W, 5-2 L, 4-5 L, 2-5 L, 0-6 L, 6-9 T, 5-5 L, 3-4 L, 1-6 W, 8-3 L, 3-6 T, 3-3 L, 2-3 L, 1-4 L, 5-6 (OT) T, 4-4 (S.O.W.) L, 1-11 L, 3-4 W, 5-4 L, 2-3 L, 0-10 L, 3-8 L, 2-4 L, 2-5 L, 0-4 W, 6-4 W, 4-1 L, 3-9 L, 1-6 W, 6-3 T, 2-2 W, 5-4 (OT) L, 1-2 (OT)

Feb. 19, 2000 Feb. 20, 2000 March 17, 2000 Nov. 18, 2000 Feb. 16, 2001 Feb. 18, 2001 Nov. 30, 2001 March 2, 2002 March 3, 2002 Nov. 19, 2002 Feb. 28, 2003 March 1, 2003 Nov. 12, 2003 Feb. 27, 2004 Feb. 28, 2004 Jan. 22, 2005 Feb. 25, 2005 Feb. 26, 2005 March 19, 2005 Nov. 1, 2005 March 2, 2006 March 3, 2006 Nov. 22, 2006 March 2, 2007 March 3, 2007 March 17, 2007 Nov. 10, 2007 Feb. 22, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008 March 21, 2008 Nov. 15, 2008 Feb. 20, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 March 13, 2009 March 14, 2009 Nov. 6, 2009 March 5, 2010 March 6, 2010 Nov. 5, 2010 March 4, 2011 March 5, 2011

Whittemore Center Kelley Rink FleetCenter % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Verizon Wireless Arena Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Whittemore Center FleetCenter % Verizon Wireless Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Kelley Rink TD Banknorth Garden % Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Whittemore Center TD Banknorth Garden % Kelley Rink Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Whittemore Center % Whittemore Center % Whittemore Center Whittemore Center Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Whittemore Center

Northeastern

Date Oct. 17, 1984 Jan. 21, 1985 Feb. 4, 1985 Feb. 17, 1985 Oct. 30, 1985 Jan. 30, 1986 Feb. 26, 1986 Oct. 29, 1986 Nov. 1, 1986 Feb. 23, 1987 Feb. 26, 1987 March 15, 1987 Nov. 4, 1987 Jan. 8, 1988 Feb. 1, 1988 Feb. 16, 1988 Nov. 4, 1988 Dec. 5, 1988 Jan. 31, 1989 Feb. 13, 1989 Oct. 31, 1989 Nov. 21, 1989 Jan. 9, 1990 Feb. 12, 1990 Nov. 13, 1990 Nov. 20, 1990 Feb. 4, 1991 Feb. 17, 1991 Feb. 27, 1991

Site McHugh Forum Matthews Arena Boston Garden $ McHugh Forum McHugh Forum Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Walter Brown Arena Matthews Arena Walter Brown Arena Matthews Arena Boston Garden % Walter Brown Arena Matthews Arena Boston Garden $ Walter Brown Arena Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Boston Garden $ Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Boston Garden $ Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Boston Garden $ Kelley Rink Kelley Rink %

L, 1-4 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 L, 1-4 W, 3-2 L, 0-2 L, 4-5 L, 2-5 L, 1-2 L, 2-3 (OT) T, 3-3 L, 1-4 T, 2-2 (OT) W, 4-2 L, 2-3 T, 2-2 (OT) T, 3-3 (OT) W, 5-2 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 T, 3-3 (OT) L, 2-5 L, 3-6 W, 4-1 W, 4-2 W, 5-2 L, 2-5 L, 0-2 L, 1-5 W, 5-4 (3OT) W, 8-6 L, 2-3 L, 2-4 W, 5-3 W, 2-0 T, 4-4 T, 3-3 W, 3-2 L, 1-2 W, 4-0 W, 4-3

Result W, 7-5 W, 10-3 L, 2-4 W, 5-1 W, 5-2 L, 5-8 W, 5-2 W, 3-1 W, 7-1 W, 10-4 L, 3-5 W, 9-3 L, 3-6 T, 4-4 L, 0-4 W, 7-5 L, 2-4 W, 8-5 T, 4-4 W, 4-1 L, 2-3 L, 3-5 W, 7-4 W, 8-4 W, 7-4 W, 6-4 W, 5-3 W, 10-8 L, 5-6

Nov. 22, 1991 Jan. 17, 1992 Feb. 10, 1992 March 1, 1992 Jan. 8, 1993 Jan. 10, 1993 Feb. 8, 1993 March 5, 1993 Jan. 7, 1994 Jan. 8, 1994 Feb. 7, 1994 March 4, 1994 Nov. 4, 1994 Dec. 2, 1994 Dec. 3, 1994 Nov. 10, 1995 Nov. 11, 1995 Feb. 23, 1996 Nov. 26, 1996 Feb. 3, 1997 Feb. 28, 1997 Nov. 14, 1997 Nov. 15, 1997 Feb. 9, 1998 March 7, 1998 Nov. 13, 1998 Nov. 14, 1998 Jan. 15, 1999 Nov. 12, 1999 Nov. 30, 1999 Feb. 7, 2000 March 2, 2000 March 10, 2000 March 11, 2000 Nov. 3, 2000 Dec. 6, 2000 March 1, 2001 Oct. 20, 2001 Feb. 22, 2002 Feb. 24, 2002 Nov. 22, 2002 Feb. 3, 2003 Feb. 21, 2003 Feb. 22, 2003 Nov. 29, 2003 Jan. 3, 2004 Jan. 23, 2004 Nov. 27, 2004 Dec. 10, 2004 Jan. 21, 2005 Oct. 22, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Jan. 6, 2006 Feb. 6, 2006 Oct. 10, 2006 Nov. 17, 2006 Jan. 5, 2007 March 8, 2007 March 9, 2007 Nov. 23, 2007 March 7, 2008 March 8, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Feb. 2, 2009 March 6, 2009 March 7, 2009 Nov. 7, 2009 Feb. 19, 2010 Feb. 21, 2010 Oct. 9, 2010 Feb. 14, 2011 Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 March 18, 2011

Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Boston Garden $ Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Boston Garden $ Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Boston Garden $ Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena FleetCenter $ Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink FleetCenter $ Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink FleetCenter $ Matthews Arena Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink FleetCenter $ Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink TD Banknorth Garden $ Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Matthews Arena Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Matthews Arena TD Banknorth Garden $ Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Matthews Arena Kelley Rink Matthews Arena TD Garden$ Kelley Rink Matthews Arena TD Garden%

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

W, 4-1 W, 9-4 W, 5-3 L, 2-3 T, 2-2 W, 4-1 L, 3-4 L, 6-7 (OT) L, 4-9 W, 4-2 W, 5-4 (OT) T, 1-1 L, 3-8 W, 8-5 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 L, 2-5 W, 3-2 W, 4-2 W, 4-1 W, 7-5 W, 5-2 L, 4-5 (OT) W, 4-1 T, 6-6 L, 4-5 (OT) W, 6-3 W, 5-1 L, 5-6 W, 4-2 W, 6-0 W, 7-2 W, 8-4 W, 3-2 W, 6-3 T, 0-0 W, 6-3 L, 3-4 W, 7-2 W, 3-1 W, 4-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 W, 6-3 W, 4-2 L, 0-3 W, 4-2 W, 4-1 W, 2-1 (OT) W, 4-2 T, 1-1 (OT) W, 5-3 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 T, 3-3 L, 2-3 (OT) W, 3-0 W, 7-1 L, 3-4 (OT) L, 2-3 (OT) W, 4-1 L, 3-4 L, 1-6 L, 1-2 (OT) W, 4-1 W, 5-1 L, 2-3 W, 7-1 W, 2-0 W, 7-6* T, 7-7 L, 1-2 W, 5-4


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Providence College

Date Nov. 4, 1984 Jan. 19, 1985 Feb. 27, 1985 March 16, 1985 March 26, 1985 Nov. 5, 1985 Jan. 14, 1986 Feb. 13, 1986 Nov. 18, 1986 Nov. 21, 1986 March 1, 1987 March 7, 1987 Oct. 25, 1987 Jan. 26, 1988 Feb. 24, 1988 Oct. 28, 1988 Feb. 10, 1989 Feb. 21, 1989 March 10, 1989 Nov. 11, 1989 Jan. 7, 1990 Feb. 14, 1990 Nov. 27, 1990 Dec. 4, 1990 Feb. 20, 1991 Dec. 10, 1991 Dec. 22, 1991 Jan. 12, 1992 Feb. 21, 1992 Dec. 4, 1992 Dec. 5, 1992 Feb. 26, 1993 Feb. 27, 1993 Dec. 3, 1993 Dec. 4, 1993 Feb. 25, 1994 Feb. 26, 1994 Jan. 27, 1995 Jan. 28, 1995 Feb. 26, 1995 Nov. 3, 1995 Nov. 4, 1995 Feb. 9, 1996 March 7, 1996 March 8, 1996 Nov. 15, 1996 Nov. 16, 1996 Feb. 7, 1997 Jan. 16, 1998 Jan. 17, 1998 Feb. 6, 1998 March 12, 1998 March 13, 1998 Jan. 22, 1999 Jan. 23, 1999 Feb. 23, 1999 Jan. 22, 2000 Jan. 23, 2000 Feb. 11, 2000 Jan. 19, 2001 Jan. 20, 2001 Feb. 9, 2001 March 17, 2001 Nov. 14, 2001 Jan. 25, 2002 Jan. 27, 2002 Nov. 12, 2002 Jan. 24, 2003 Jan. 25, 2003 Nov. 21, 2003 Jan. 20, 2004

Site Result Schneider Arena W, 5-0 McHugh Forum W, 5-2 McHugh Forum L, 4-6 Providence Civic Center % L, 1-2 (OT) Joe Louis Arena ^ L, 3-4 (3OT) McHugh Forum W, 5-1 Schneider Arena L, 1-4 Schneider Arena W, 5-1 Bright Hockey Center W, 5-4 (OT) Schneider Arena W, 6-2 Schneider Arena W, 9-3 Walter Brown Arena W, 9-3 Schneider Arena W, 8-4 Bright Hockey Center W, 4-3 Walter Brown Arena W, 8-5 Schneider Arena W, 6-5 (OT) Schneider Arena T, 2-2 Kelley Rink L, 4-6 Kelley Rink % W, 6-5 (OT) Schneider Arena L, 4-8 Kelley Rink W, 6-5 Kelley Rink W, 6-2 Schneider Arena W, 8-7 (OT) Kelley Rink W, 5-1 Schneider Arena L, 2-3 Kelley Rink L, 3-6 Mariucci Arena L, 3-5 Schneider Arena W, 6-5 Kelley Rink W, 4-2 Kelley Rink W, 6-3 Schneider Arena L, 4-5 (OT) Kelley Rink W, 4-3 Schneider Arena T, 4-4 Schneider Arena L, 5-9 Kelley Rink W, 4-1 Schneider Arena W, 5-1 Kelley Rink W, 5-4 Kelley Rink W, 5-4 Schneider Arena W, 7-5 Schneider Arena L, 2-5 Schneider Arena T, 3-3 (S.O.W.) Kelley Rink L, 3-4 Kelley Rink L, 1-4 Schneider Arena % L, 2-5 Schneider Arena % L, 2-4 Kelley Rink T, 4-4 Schneider Arena W, 4-3 Schneider Arena L, 2-4 Kelley Rink W, 6-0 Schneider Arena W, 8-0 Kelley Rink T, 3-3 Kelley Rink % W, 4-3 Kelley Rink % W, 6-3 Kelley Rink L, 0-3 Schneider Arena W, 5-2 Schneider Arena T, 5-5 Schneider Arena L, 3-4 Kelley Rink W, 6-0 Kelley Rink W, 8-0 Kelley Rink W, 4-0 Schneider Arena W, 4-2 Schneider Arena L, 3-5 FleetCenter % W, 5-3 Kelley Rink W, 4-1 Schneider Arena L, 4-6 Kelley Rink L, 2-5 Schneider Arena W, 6-1 Kelley Rink L, 1-4 Schneider Arena W, 5-3 Kelley Rink W, 7-4 Schneider Arena W, 2-1 (OT)

Jan. 30, 2004 Nov. 19, 2004 Dec. 4, 2004 Feb. 4, 2005 Oct. 29, 2005 Jan. 7, 2006 Feb. 20, 2006 Oct. 31, 2006 Jan. 7, 2007 Feb. 9, 2007 Feb. 1, 2008 Feb. 29, 2008 March 1, 2008 Mar. 14, 2008 Mar. 15, 2008 Jan. 30, 2009 Feb. 27, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 Dec. 12, 2009 Jan. 12, 2010 Jan. 13, 2010 Jan. 7, 2010 Jan. 8, 2011 Feb. 11, 2011

Vermont

Date Nov. 13, 2005 Jan. 20, 2006 Jan. 21, 2006

Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Kelley Rink Schneider Arena Schneider Arena

Site Gutterson Fieldhouse Kelley Rink Kelley Rink

W, 4-0 T, 2-2 (OT) T, 1-1 (OT) T, 2-2 (OT) W, 3-2 W, 4-1 W, 8-3 L, 3-5 W, 3-1 W, 2-1 L, 2-3 L, 2-3 T, 2-2 W, 5-1 W, 5-1 T, 2-2 W, 5-1 W, 4-3 (OT) W, 3-1 W, 4-1 W, 5-2 W, 4-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-0

Result W, 2-1 W, 2-0 W, 3-0

March 9, 2006 March 10, 2006 Nov. 4, 2006 Jan. 19, 2007 Jan. 20, 2007 Oct. 21, 2007 Jan. 9, 2008 Jan. 11, 2008 Mar. 22, 2008 Oct. 24, 2008 Jan. 9, 2009 Jan. 10, 2009 Oct. 18, 2009 Nov. 14, 2009 Nov. 15, 2009 March 19, 2010 Nov. 12, 2010 Nov. 13, 2010 Nov. 28, 2010

Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink % Kelley Rink Gutterson Fieldhouse Gutterson Fieldhouse Gutterson Fieldhouse Kelley Rink Kelley Rink TD Banknorth Garden % Kelley Rink Gutterson Fieldhouse Gutterson Fieldhouse Gutterson Fieldhouse Kelley Rink Kelley Rink TD Garden% Gutterson Fieldhouse Gutterson Fieldhouse Kelley Rink

W, 3-2 (OT) W, 6-2 W, 1-0 L, 2-3 L, 2-4 T, 3-3 W, 4-1 W, 5-2 W, 4-0 W, 3-2 T, 3-3 L, 2-4 L, 1-4 W, 7-1 L, 2-3 W, 3-0 W, 3-2 L, 3-5 W, 6-0

Key $ — Beanpot ^ — NCAA Tournament % — Hockey East Tournament S.O.L. — Shootout Loss S.O.W. — Shootout Win Meetings since Hockey East member institutions (both teams)

2012 National Collegiate Men’s Ice Hockey Championship East Regional Date ................................................................................................................March 23-24, 2012 Location ................................................................................................................Bridgeport, CT Arena ..........................................................................................................Arena at Harbor Yard Hosts..............................................................................Fairfield University and Yale University Midwest Regional Date ................................................................................................................March 24-25, 2012 Location ................................................................................................................Green Bay, WI Arena ......................................................................................................................Resch Center Host ......................................................................................Michigan Technological University Northeast Regional Date ................................................................................................................March 24-25, 2012 Location ................................................................................................................Worcester, MA Arena ........................................................................................................................DCU Center Host ....................................................................................................College of the Holy Cross West Regional Date ................................................................................................................March 23-24, 2012 Location................................................................................................................Saint Paul, MN Arena..............................................................................................................Xcel Energy Center Host....................................................................................University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Semifinals and Finals Date ..................................................................................................................April 5 & 7, 2012 Location ......................................................................................................................Tampa, FL Arena ..........................................................................................................St. Pete Times Forum Hosts ......................University of Alabama, Huntsville and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

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BC VS. ALL OPPONENTS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Opponent Air Force Alaska-Anchorage Alaska-Fairbanks A.I.C Amherst Army Bates Boston State Boston University Bowdoin Bowling Green Brown Clarkson Colby Colgate Colorado College Cornell Dartmouth Denver Ferris State Findlay Fitchburg State Fordham Fort Devens Georgetown Harvard Holy Cross Illinois-Chicago Kent State Lake Superior State Maine Massachusetts M.I.T. UMass-Lowell Mercyhurst Merrimack Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Michigan Tech Middlebury Minnesota Minnesota-Duluth Nebraska-Omaha New Hampshire Niagara North Dakota Northeastern Northern Michigan Norwich Notre Dame Ohio State Pennsylvania Plattsburgh State Princeton Providence RPI RIT St. Anselm St. Cloud State St. Lawrence St. Louis Salem State Tufts Vermont Williams Wisconsin Yale

First 1977-78 1990-91 2009-10 1948-49 1920-21 1918-19 1920-21 1971-72 1917-18 1947-48 1977-78 1932-33 1935-36 1936-37 1934-35 1948-49 1939-40 1920-21 1967-68 1983-84 2003-04 1935-36 1919-20 1946-47 1947-48 1918-19 1927-28 1987-88 1991-92 1971-72 1979-80 1919-20 1919-20 1978-79 2004-05 1972-73 1992-93 1947-48 1953-54 1955-56 1937-38 1953-54 1967-68 2000-01 1936-37 2003-04 1959-60 1932-33 1984-85 1962-63 1966-67 1979-80 1928-29 1981-82 1934-35 1953-54 1954-55 2007-08 1933-34 2004-05 1951-52 1970-71 1979-80 1919-20 1975-76 1936-37 1970-71 1921-22

Last GP . . .2007-08 . . . . .5 . . .2001-02 . . . . .5 . . .2009-10 . . . . .1 . . .1951-52 . . . . .4 . . .1920-21 . . . . .1 . . .1994-95 . . . .40 . . .1920-21 . . . . .1 . . .1976-77 . . . . .6 . . .2010-11 . . .254 . . .1979-80 . . . .12 . . .2008-09 . . . .14 . . .1999-00 . . . .71 . . .2009-10 . . . .66 . . .1966-67 . . . .23 . . .2010-11 . . . .24 . . .2010-11 . . . .18 . . .2004-05 . . . .39 . . .2008-09 . . . .90 . . .2010-11 . . . .24 . . .2005-06 . . . . .2 . . .2003-04 . . . . .1 . . .1935-36 . . . . .1 . . .1919-20 . . . . .1 . . .1948-49 . . . . .4 . . .1947-48 . . . . .1 . . .2009-10 . . .118 . . .2004-05 . . . .16 . . .1987-88 . . . . .1 . . .1991-92 . . . . .1 . . .1983-84 . . . . .2 . . .2010-11 . . .106 . . .2010-11 . . . .62 . . .1951-52 . . . .29 . . .2010-11 . . . .93 . . .2010-11 . . . . .2 . . .2010-11 . . . .80 . . .2009-10 . . . . .7 . . .2007-08 . . . .16 . . .2006-07 . . . .24 . . .1988-89 . . . . .9 . . .1953-54 . . . . .3 . . .2007-08 . . . .27 . . .2003-04 . . . .15 . . .2000-01 . . . . .1 . . .2010-11 . . .135 . . .2003-04 . . . . .1 . . .2007-08 . . . .22 . . .2010-11 . . .211 . . .1998-99 . . . . .9 . . .1962-63 . . . . .1 . . .2010-11 . . . .30 . . .2002-03 . . . . .5 . . .1977-78 . . . . .7 . . .1981-82 . . . . .1 . . .2005-06 . . . .49 . . .2010-11 . . .159 . . .2007-08 . . . .34 . . .2007-08 . . . . .1 . . .1982-83 . . . .13 . . .2004-05 . . . . .1 . . .2009-10 . . . .67 . . .1976-77 . . . . .8 . . .1981-82 . . . . .3 . . .1956-57 . . . .10 . . .2010-11 . . . .42 . . .1939-40 . . . . .4 . . .2009-10 . . . .21 . . .2009-10 . . . .53

W . . . .5 . . . .1 . . . .1 . . . .4 . . . .1 . . .36 . . . .1 . . . .6 . .112 . . .10 . . .11 . . .47 . . .22 . . .22 . . .22 . . .12 . . .15 . . .61 . . .11 . . . .1 . . . .1 . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . .4 . . . .1 . . .69 . . .15 . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . .1 . . .57 . . .49 . . .28 . . .57 . . . .2 . . .56 . . . .5 . . . .6 . . . .6 . . . .6 . . . .3 . . .11 . . .10 . . . .1 . . .61 . . . .1 . . .10 . .151 . . . .5 . . . .1 . . .16 . . . .4 . . . .4 . . . .1 . . .35 . .102 . . .19 . . . .1 . . .13 . . . .1 . . .35 . . . .5 . . . .3 . . .10 . . .26 . . . .4 . . .12 . . .42

L . . . .0 . . . .3 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .3 . . . .0 . . . .0 . .125 . . . .2 . . . .3 . . .18 . . .44 . . . .1 . . . .2 . . . .5 . . .22 . . .29 . . .13 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . .44 . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . .1 . . .40 . . .10 . . . .1 . . .33 . . . .0 . . .20 . . . .2 . . .10 . . .17 . . . .3 . . . .0 . . .14 . . . .4 . . . .0 . . .62 . . . .0 . . .11 . . .46 . . . .4 . . . .0 . . .12 . . . .1 . . . .3 . . . .0 . . .12 . . .45 . . .14 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . .29 . . . .3 . . . .0 . . . .0 . . .12 . . . .0 . . . .9 . . .11

Shutouts T GF GA FOR AGST . . . .0 . . . . .44 . . . . .12 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . .12 . . . . .16 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .3 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .29 . . . . .11 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . .235 . . . .105 . . . . . .3 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .67 . . . . .16 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . .17 . . . .938 . . . .978 . . . . . .8 . . . . .7 . . . .0 . . . . .76 . . . . .32 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .67 . . . . .48 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .6 . . . .324 . . . .229 . . . . . .3 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . .228 . . . . .33 . . . . . .0 . . . . .5 . . . .0 . . . .162 . . . . .56 . . . . . .3 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .135 . . . . .63 . . . . . .3 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . .97 . . . . .84 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .2 . . . .160 . . . .199 . . . . . .1 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . .433 . . . .342 . . . . . .4 . . . . .3 . . . .0 . . . . .96 . . . .107 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . .12 . . . . . .9 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .19 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . . .37 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .8 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .5 . . . .489 . . . .431 . . . . . .6 . . . . .4 . . . .0 . . . . .98 . . . . .38 . . . . . .3 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . . . .7 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .3 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .8 . . . . .13 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .9 . . . .388 . . . .353 . . . . . .4 . . . . .5 . . . .3 . . . .265 . . . .130 . . . . . .9 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .214 . . . . .74 . . . . . .2 . . . . .0 . . . .7 . . . .394 . . . .320 . . . . . .8 . . . . .2 . . . .0 . . . . . .9 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .4 . . . .342 . . . .224 . . . . . .7 . . . . .2 . . . .0 . . . . .29 . . . . .18 . . . . . .2 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .59 . . . . .76 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . .76 . . . .116 . . . . . .0 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . . .47 . . . . .39 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .31 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .2 . . . .101 . . . .117 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . .63 . . . . .55 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . .12 . . . .518 . . . .515 . . . . . .2 . . . . .5 . . . .0 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .1 . . . . .74 . . . . .81 . . . . . .1 . . . . .1 . . .14 . .1126 . . . .660 . . . . .15 . . . . .3 . . . .0 . . . . .35 . . . . .31 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .8 . . . . . .3 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .2 . . . .136 . . . .119 . . . . . .0 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . . .21 . . . . .12 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .37 . . . . .34 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .6 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .2 . . . .278 . . . .173 . . . . . .2 . . . . .0 . . .12 . . . .721 . . . .501 . . . . .12 . . . . .2 . . . .1 . . . .168 . . . . .88 . . . . . .1 . . . . .1 . . . .0 . . . . . .6 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .110 . . . . .39 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .3 . . . .280 . . . .274 . . . . . .3 . . . . .2 . . . .0 . . . . .42 . . . . .38 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .23 . . . . .12 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .111 . . . . .27 . . . . . .1 . . . . .0 . . . .4 . . . .159 . . . .117 . . . . . .6 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .20 . . . . .12 . . . . . .0 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . . .77 . . . . .71 . . . . . .2 . . . . .0 . . . .0 . . . .285 . . . .168 . . . . . .4 . . . . .1

BC vs. Conferences Hockey East Boston University Maine Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Providence Vermont TOTALS

CCHA Alaska Fairbanks Bowling Green Ferris State Lake Superior State Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Nebraska-Omaha Northern Michigan Notre Dame Ohio State Western Michigan TOTALS

ECAC Brown Clarkson Colgate Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Princeton RPI St. Lawrence Union Yale TOTALS

WCHA Alaska-Anchorage Colorado College Denver Michigan Tech Minnesota Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota State-Mankato North Dakota St. Cloud State Wisconsin TOTALS

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4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES

W L 112 125 57 40 49 10 57 33 56 20 61 62 151 46 102 45 26 12 671 393

W 1 11 1 1 5 6 6 1 5 16 4 0 57

L 0 3 0 1 2 10 17 0 4 12 1 0 50

W L 47 18 22 44 21 2 15 22 61 29 69 44 35 12 19 14 35 29 0 0 42 11 365 225

W 1 12 11 6 11 10 0 10 1 12 74

L 3 5 13 3 14 4 0 11 0 9 62

T 17 9 3 7 4 12 14 12 4 82

PCT .474 .580 .815 .624 .725 .496 .749 .679 .667 .621

T PCT 0 1.000 0 .786 1 .750 0 .500 0 .714 0 .375 1 .271 0 1.000 0 .556 2 .567 0 .800 0 .000 4 .532

T 6 0 0 2 0 5 2 1 3 0 0 19

PCT .704 .333 .913 .410 .678 .606 .735 .574 .545 .000 .792 .615

T PCT 1 .300 1 .694 0 .458 0 .667 2 .444 1 .700 0 .000 1 .477 0 1.000 0 .571 6 .542


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LETTERWINNERS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

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Adams, Joe Adams, John Ahearn, Thomas Aiello, Anthony Aiken, Paul Ahearn, Kevin Ahern, Charlie Alber, Patch Alberts, Andrew

2005-06 Wayzata, Minn. 2001-05 Wayzata, Minn. 1938-39 Arlington, Mass. 2005-09 Braintree, Mass. 1960-63 (Capt. 62-63) Arlington, Mass. 1967-70 Milton, Mass. 1970-72 West Roxbury, Mass. 2009-11 Clifton Park, N.Y. 2001-05 (Asst. Capt. 04-05) Eden Prairie, Minn. Albrecht, Mark 1973-76 (Co-Capt. 75-76) Quincy, Mass. Allen, Bobby 1997-2001 (Asst. Capt. 00-01) Hull, Mass. Allen, Whitey 1965-68 Winchester, Mass. Almeida, Barry 2008-11 Springfield, Mass. Ambrose, Ralph 1933-35 Winchester, Mass. Amidon, George 1977-81 International Falls, Minn. Annecchiarico, Dave 1973-77 Waltham, Mass. Antetomaso, Charlie 1976-80 Wakefield, Mass. Apprille, Thomas 1962-64 (Capt. 63-64) Arlington, Mass. Arnold, Bill 2010-11 Needham, Mass. Arangio, Dom 1988-92 (Mgr.) Saugus, Mass. Army, Bill 1976-80 East Providence, R.I. Arnold, Peter 1978-79, 80-82 Newton, Mass. Ashe, Tom 1992-96 Springfield, Mass. Atkinson, Cam 2008-11 Greenwich, Conn. Atkinson, Tommy 2010-11 Greenwich, Conn. Augustine, Joe 1975-78 Chicago, Ill.

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Babine, Lawrence 1940-41 Babine, Bob 1951-54 (Capt. 53-54) Arlington, Mass. Baier, John 1972-74 Melrose, Mass. Barger, Steve 1977-80 (Capt. 79-80) Farmington, Minn. Barrett, Paul 1974-78 (Co-Capt. 77-78) South Boston, Mass. Barron, Michael 1984-86 Braintree, Mass. Bartholomew, Kevin 1975-76 Arlington, Mass. Barton, Jim 1969-71 Needham, Mass. Bastarache, Raymond 1966-69 Lynn, Mass. Bellefeuille, Blake 1996-2000 (Asst. Capt. 99-00) Framingham, Mass. Bennett, Harvey 1970-73 Cranston, R.I. Beran, Marc 1989-93 (Co-Capt. 92-93) Acton, Mass. Bertram, Dan 2004-08 (Asst. Capt. 07-08) Calgary, Alberta Bilafer, Paul 1954-55 Arlington, Mass. Blake, Thomas 1932-33 Watertown, Mass. Blanchard, Lindon 1941-42 Blossom, Lee 1979-83 (Co-Capt. 82-83) Concord, N.H. Boudreau, George 1981-85 Medford, Mass. Boudreau, James 1939-40 Cambridge, Mass. Boudreau, Wally 1940-43 (Capt. 42-43) Cambridge, Mass. Boyle, Robert 1957-59 Milton, Mass. Boyle, Brian 2003-07 (Capt. 06-07) Hingham, Mass. Boyle, Joe 1975-76 (Mgr.) Braccia, Rich 1985-89 Boxford, Mass. Bradford, Brock 2005-09 (Capt. 08-09) Burnaby, B.C. Breen, Edward 1962-63, 64-65 Lynnfield, Mass. Brennan, Larry 1949-51 Cambridge, Mass. Brennan, Mike 2004-08 (Asst. Capt. 06-07, Capt. 07-08) Smithtown, N.Y. Brown, Doug 1982-86 Southboro, Mass. Brown, Greg 1986-87, 88-90 (Capt. 89-90) Southboro, Mass. Brown, Patrick 2010-11 Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Buckley, Brendan 1995-99 (Capt. 98-99) Needham, Mass. Buckley, David 1985-89 Auburndale, Mass. Buckley, Jerry 1991-95 (Capt. 94-95) Needham, Mass. Buckley, John 1938-40 Bunyon, Ned 1956-58 Belmont, Mass. Burgess, John 1934-36 Cambridge, Mass. Burke, Bernie 1946-49 (Capt. 48-49) Newton, Mass. Burke, Edmund 1917-18 Cambridge, Mass. Burnett, John 1969-70 Trumbull, Conn. Burns, Brian 1976-80 (Asst. Capt. 79-80) Arlington, Mass. Burns, Eddie 1941-43, 46-47 Arlington, Mass. Burtnett, Wellington 1950-53 (Capt. 52-53) Winchester, Mass. Busconi, Scott 1986-89 (Mgr.) Southborough, Mass. Butler, Bill 1971-72 (Mgr.) Brighton, Mass. Byrne, Arthur 1964-65 Cambridge, Mass. Byrne, William 1948-49 Cambridge, Mass.

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The 1922-23 Eagles, including Leo Hughes (seated, second from right) and future coach James “Sonny” Foley (seated, far right).

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Cadagan, John Cadigen, Lawrence Callahan, Brian Callahan, Greg Callahan, Jack Callahan, John Callow, Don Campedelli, Dominic Canavan, Rob Canniff, John Carey, Paul Carey, Paul Carey, Philip Carlson, Brad Carroll, Edward Carroll, Joseph Casey, Edward Casey, Joe Cass, Bill Cassidy, Myles Castano, Mike Caulfield, Kevin Cedorchuk, Stephen Ceglarski, Len Ceglarski, Tim Celeta, Joseph Chabot, Paul Chaisson, Ray Chase, Don Cheevers, Rob Chisholm, Jim Chisholm, Todd Cisternelli, James Clarke, Gordie Cleary, Joe Clemmensen, Scott Coakley, Edward Cohen, Jeff Coleman, Robert Colleran, Joseph Collins, Chris Conaty, Edward

1955-58 (Capt. 57-58) Arlington, Mass. 1932-33 Melrose, Mass. 1993-97 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1992-96 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1990-94 (Tri-Capt. ’93-94) Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1960-63 Boston, Mass. 1969-71 Brockton, Mass. 1982-85 Cohasset, Mass. 1991-95 Hingham, Mass. 1951-52, 53-54 Arlington, Mass. 1954-55 West Roxbury, Mass. 2008-11 Weymouth, Mass. 1941-43 1993-97 Needham, Mass. 1953-56 (Capt. 55-56) Arlington, Mass. 1950-53 New Haven, Conn. 1949-51 Dorchester, Mass. 1977-79 Minneapolis, Minn. 1999-2003 Hingham, Mass. 1955-58 Brighton, Mass. 1986-87 (Mgr.) Everett, Mass. 1996-2000 Hyde Park, Mass. 1966-69 Charlestown, Mass. 1948-51 East Walpole, Mass. 1986-87 Duxbury, Mass. 1954-55, 56-57 Roslindale, Mass. 1966-67 (Mgr.) Maine 1939-41 Cambridge, Mass. 1992-96 (Capt. 95-96) West Springfield, Mass. 1986-89 North Andover, Mass. 1980-84 (Tri-Capt. 83-84) Wakefield, Mass. 1984-87 (Mgr.) Dedham, Mass. 1952-54 East Walpole, Mass. 1965-68 Arlington, Mass. 1988-92 (Capt. 91-92) Marlboro, Mass. 1997-2001 Urbandale, Iowa 1956-57 Brighton, Mass. 1965-68 Brookline, Mass. 1968-69 (Mgr.) Waltham, Mass. 1952-53 Arlington, Mass. 2002-06 (Asst. Capt. 05-06) Fairport, N.Y. 1932-33 Brookline, Mass.

Conceison, Bob Conlon, John Connolly, Jeff Connolly, Mike Cooper, Bob Corcoran, John Cornish, Robert Correia, Mike Corrigan, Philip Costa, George Cowles, Jeff Coyne, Raymond Craven, Charles Crimlisk, Herb Cronin, Cornelius Cronin, Jack Cronin, Mike Cross, Tommy Crovo, Harry Crowley, Ted Cuenin, Walter Culhane, Jack Cunniff, John Cunniff, John Cusack, Jack Curry, John

1971-72 Medford, Mass 1934-36 Brighton, Mass. 1993-94 Medway, Mass. 1987-88 Burlington, Mass. 1971-72 Slatersville, R.I. 1946-48 (Co-Capt. 47-48) Newton, Mass. 1964-66 Newton, Mass. 1994-95, 96-99 Tewksbury, Mass. 1917-19 Dorchester, Mass. 1950-52 Somerville, Mass. 1978-82 Burlington, Mass. 1936-39 Arlington, Mass. 1962-63 (Mgr.) Winchester, Mass. 1932-34 Brighton, Mass. 1924-27 (Capt. 26-27) Cambridge, Mass. 1969-72 Norwood, Mass. 1977-78 Peabody, Mass. 2008-11 (Asst. Capt. 10-11) Simsbury, Conn. 1941-43 Woburn, Mass. 1989-91 Boxboro, Mass. 1938-41 Malden, Mass. 1921-25 (Capt. 24-25) Cambridge, Mass. 1963-66 South Boston, Mass. 1941-43 1957-60 Arlington, Mass. 1919-23 Cambridge, Mass.

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Dailey, Norman Daley, Billy D’Arcy, Ray D’Arpino, Anthony

1946-49 Lexington, Mass. 1958-61 Wellesley, Mass. 1971-74 Norwood, Mass. 1999-2000, 2001-03 (Asst. Capt. 02-03) Johnston, R.I. Davis, James 1935-38 Dorchester, Mass. Dee, Michael 1925-28 Cambridge, Mass. Delaney, Chris 1981-82, 83-84 West Roxbury, Mass. Delaney, Sean 1987-89 West Townsend, Mass. Delay, Mike 1988-92 Hingham, Mass. Delay, Tim 1987-89 Hingham, Mass. Della Penna, Stephen 2001-02 (Mgr.) Kinnelon, N.J. Delorey, Walter 1947-50 Watertown, Mass. Dempsey, Dick 1952-55 (Capt. 54-55) Quincy, Mass. Dennehy, Mark 1987-91 Dorchester, Mass.

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Eaves, Ben Eaves, Patrick Edgeworth, Jim Ellis, Doug Emery, Darren Emery, Bob Emery, Edward Emma, David Emmons, William Enright, Eddie Ewanouski, Mike

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Fallon, George Falvey, Walter Famiglietti, Bob Farkas, Jeff Farley, Sean Farrell, Robert Feeley, Mike Fernald, Joe Ferriero, Benn Ferriter, Bob Fidler, Joe Filangieri, Tim Finnegan, Dave Fitzgerald, Eugene Fitzgerald, Jim Fitzgerald, John Fitzgerald, John Fitzgerald, Joseph Fitzgerald, Leon Fitzgerald, Pierce Fitzgerald, Walter Fitzpatrick, James Flaherty, Peter Flavin, Frederick Flynn, Mike Flynn, Nicholas Flynn, Tim Flynn, Bill Foley, James Forgues, Gerad Forrest, J.D. Fox, Donald Franzosa, David Fuller, Dick Funchion, Raymond Furbush, Edward

2000-04 (Capt. 02-04) Faribault, Minn. 2002-05 (Asst. Capt. 04-05) Faribault, Minn. 1941-43 1978-82 Burlington, Mass. 1988-89 Somerville, Mass. 1982-86 Somerville, Mass. 1950-52, 54-55 Arlington, Mass. 1987-91 (Capt. 90-91) Cranston, R.I. 1950-53 Tampa, Fla. 1917-18 Allston, Mass. 1977-81 (Asst. Capt. 79-80, Co-Capt. 80-81) Brookline, Mass.

1936-39 Quincy, Mass. 1917-19 (Capt. 17-19) Brighton, Mass. 1958-61 Walpole, Mass. 1996-2000 Williamsville, N.Y. 1987-91 Charlestown, Mass. 1983-85 (Mgr.) Greenville, R.I. 2009-10 (Mgr.) Dedham, Mass. 1973-77 Brookline, Mass. 2005-09 (Asst. Capt. 08-09) Essex, Mass. 1973-77 (Capt. 76-77) Scituate, Mass. 1971-73 Charlestown, Mass. 2005-09 (Asst. Capt. 08-09) Islip Terrace, N.Y. 1993-95 (Mgr.) Scituate, Mass. 1924-26 Cambridge, Mass. 1946-49 Cambridge, Mass. 1921-25 (Capt. 23-24) Cambridge, Mass. 1928-29 1924-28 (Capt. 27-28) Boston, Mass. 1925-28 Cambridge, Mass. 1923-27 Cambridge, Mass. 1941-43 Dorchester, Mass. 1917 Meriden, Conn. 1962-65 Milton, Mass. 1964-65 Quincy, Mass. 1966-69 (Capt. 68-69) Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1940-43 Melrose, Mass. 1974-75 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1935-39 Dorchester, Mass. 1921-25 Cambridge, Mass. 1953-54, 55-56 Lewiston, Maine 2000-04 (Asst. Capt. 02-04) Auburn, N.Y. 1954-57 Newton, Mass. 1988-92 (Asst. Capt. 91-92) Reading, Mass. 1964-67 Swampscott, Mass. 1932-35 (Capt. 33-34) Danvers, Mass. 1933-34 Waltham, Mass.

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Gagliardi, Richard Gallagher, John Gallagher, Robert Galuppo, Sandy Gannon, Pat Garrity, Edmund Gerbe, Nathan Gervasi, Michael Gibbons, Brian Gibson, Lawrence Giles, Kenneth Gionta, Brian Gionta, Stephen Giuliano, Jeff Glennon, Matt Glynn, Brendan Godfrey, Scott Goggin, Edward Good, Frederick Gordon, Scott Gorman, Arthur Grant, George Greenberg, Stephen Greene, Justin Greene, Matt Griffin, Dan Groden, Harold Groden, Henry Groden, John Guerin, Bill

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Haggerty, Joseph Haggerty, Ryan Haley, Bob Hall, Todd Hammer, Paul Hanlon, John Hansberry, John Haran, Lawrence Harding, Vincent Harlow, Scott Harney, Joe

1953-56 Hamden, Conn. 1946-49 Brighton, Mass. 1951-52 Wollaston, Mass. 1987-91 Farmingdale, N.Y. 2004-08 Arlington, Mass. 1919-23 (Capt. 22-23) Belmont, Mass. 2005-08 Oxford, Mich. 1984-88 Weymouth, Mass. 2007-11 (Asst. Capt. 10-11) Braintree, Mass. 1926-29 Cambridge, Mass. 1960-63 Wakefield, Mass. 1997-01 (Asst. Capt. 99-00, Capt. 00-01) Rochester, N.Y. 2002-06 (Asst. Capt. 05-06) Rochester, N.Y. 1998-2002 (Capt. 01-02) Nashua, N.H. 1987-91 Hull, Mass. 1975-76 Milton, Mass. 1969-72 Needham, Mass. 1928-29 Dorchester, Mass. 1952-53 (Mgr.) Cambridge, Mass. 1982-86 South Easton, Mass. 1923-26 Boston, Mass. 1960-62 (Capt. 61-62) Roslindale, Mass. 2010-11 (Mgr.) West Tisbury, Mass. 2006-07 Plymouth, Mass. 2004-08 (Asst. Capt. 07-08) Plymouth, Mass. 1980-84 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 1932-35 Cambridge, Mass. 1922-26 (Capt. 25-26) Cambridge, Mass. 1926-29 Cambridge, Mass. 1989-91 Wilbraham, Mass.

1920-21 Medford, Mass. 1991-95 (Capt. 94-95) Rye, N.Y. 1970-71 Weymouth, Mass. 1991-93 Hamden, Conn. 1977-81 Aurora, Minn. 1981-82 Peabody, Mass. 1950-52 Waltham, Mass. 1928-29 Weston, Mass. 1947-48 1982-86 (Capt. 85-86) East Bridgewater, Mass. 1993-97 (Co-Capt. 96-97) Hopkinton, Mass.

Harrington, Fran Harrington, Jack Harris, Toby Harrold, Peter Hart, Rich Hartigan, Joe Harvey, John Havern, Ned Hayes, Ed Hayes, Jimmy Hayes, John Hayes, Kevin Healy, Bernard Hehir, Bobby Heinze, Steve Hemenway, Ken Hennes, Ty Herlihy, Jim Higgins, Neil Hodge, Kenneth Hoffman, Bob Hogan, William Hogan, Billy Horsfall, Albert Horton, Kevin Hosford, Joseph Houle, Kevin Houle, Laurent House, Skip Hughes, Leo Hughes, Marty Hughes, Owen Hunter, David Hurley, John Hurley, Paul Hutchins, Tony Hymovitz, David

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Jangro, Joseph Janney, Craig Janusas, John Johnson, Arthur Johnson, Woody Joyce, John

1948-51 Norwood, Mass. 1978-79 Braintree, Mass. 1993-97 Kingston, Mass. 2002-06 (Capt. 05-06) Kirtland Hills, Ohio 1972-75 (Co-Capt. 74-75) Charlestown, Mass. 1935-38 (Capt. 36-38) Brookline, Mass. 1942-43, 46-47 Arlington, Mass. 2001-05 Arlington, Mass. 1971-72 Springfield, Mass. 2008-11 Dorchester, Mass. 1938-39 Cambridge, Mass. 2010-11 Dorchester, Mass. 1918-20 Brookline, Mass. 1977-81 (Asst. Capt. 80-81) Worcester, Mass. 1988-91 North Andover, Mass. 1994-98 (Asst. Capt. 97-98) Anchorage, Alaska 2000-04 (Asst. Capt. 03-04) Kent, Wash. 1981-85 Worcester, Mass. 1970-73 Norwood, Mass. 1984-87 Lynnfield, Mass. 1992-93 (Mgr.) Springfield, Mass. 1932-33 (Capt. 32-33) Cambridge, Mass. 1960-63 Belmont, Mass. 1936-39 Exeter, N.H. 1970-71 Natick, Mass. 1950-52 Lexington, Mass. 1982-86 Acton, Mass. 1940-42 1975-78 Schenectady, N.Y. 1919-22 (Capt. 20-22) Newton, Mass. 1997-2001 Hicksville, N.Y. 1958-61 Canton, Mass. 1961-62 (Mgr.) 1980-82 (Mgr.) Scotia, N.Y. 1965-67, 68-69 Melrose, Mass. 1996-2000 Wolfeboro, N.H. 1992-96 (Capt. 95-96) Randolph, Mass

1956-59 (Capt. 58-59) Melrose, Mass. 1985-87 Enfield, Conn. 1935-38 Lexington, Mass. 1923-26 Arlington, Mass. 1964-67 Beverly Farms, Mass. 1990-94 (Tri-Capt. 93-94) Wilbraham, Mass.

The 1927-28 Eagles, including John “Snooks” Kelley (seated, far right).

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Kaltiainen, Matti Kane, Richard Kaufman, Brian Kearns, Francis Keaveney, Joe Kelleher, Edmund Kelleher, John Kelleher, Tim Kelley, John Kelley, John Kelly, Paul Kenn, Peter Kenn, Russ Kennedy, Bill Kennedy, Shawn Kenty, Ed Kierstead, Allan Kiley, Robert Killion, Arthur Kimball, Kevin King, Jim Kinsman, Fred Kobasew, Chuck Kolanos, Krys Kopecky, William Kraatz, Joseph Kraunelis, Leo Krayer, Jim Kreider, Chris Kremer, Alex Kucharski, Kyle Kunes, Tim Kupka, Bob Kyle, Walt

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Laferriere, Rob LaGrand, Scott Lambert, Chuck Langridge, John Larkin, Francis Latshaw, Thomas Lauze, Greg Lawrence, Ray Leahy, Taylor Leary, Bill Leetch, Brian Leetch, Jack Leetch, Richard Leonard, Robert Lephart, Mike Lewis, Warren Lewis, Timmy Liddell, Francis Littman, David Livingston, David Logue, James Lombardi, Matt Looney, Brian Lovejoy, Ben Lowery, Frank Lowry, Jack Lufkin, Paul Lufkin, Tom

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MacCarthy, Barry MacDonald, Douglas MacLeod, Isaac Madden, John Maggio, Peter Maguire, Joseph Maguire, Tom Maguire, William Mahler, John Mahoney, Frank Mahoney, William

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2001-05 Espoo, Finland 1955-58 2001-02 (Mgr.) North Grafton, Mass. 1962-65 Arlington, Mass. 1970-71 Dedham, Mass. 1926-29 West Roxbury, Mass. 1924-28 Cambridge, Mass. 2000-03 Belmont, Mass. 1925-27 Cambridge, Mass. 1947-48 Malden, Mass. 1999-2000 West Peabody, Mass. 1992-96 (Mgr.) East Bridgewater, Mass. 1986-89 (Mgr.) East Bridgewater, Mass. 1976-78 Brockton, Mass. 1986-89 West Roxbury, Mass. 1970-73 Woburn, Mass. 1963-66 (Capt. 65-66) Arlington, Mass. 1951-54 Arlington, Mass. 1955-56 (Mgr.) Malden, Mass. 1970-73 Framingham, Mass. 1971-74 Slatersville, R.I. 1964-67 Norwood, Mass. 2000-01 Osoyoos, B.C. 1999-2001 Calgary, Alberta 1984-85 Essex, Mass. 1942-43 1950-51 Harrisville, R.I. 1991-95 Acton, Mass. 2009-11 Boxford, Mass. 2007-09 Darien, Conn. 2006-09 Saugus, Mass. 2005-09 Huntington, N.Y. 1964-67 Springfield, Mass. 1976-78 Waterloo, Iowa

1992-95 East Freetown, Mass. 1989-92 Potsdam, N.Y. 1971-74 Needham, Mass. 1989-93 (Mgr.) West Hartford, Conn. 1960-61 Brookline, Mass. 1961-62, 63-64 Melrose, Mass. 2003-05 Merrimack, N.H. 1970-71 Hingham, Mass. 2001-05 Larchmont, N.Y. 1954-57 Arlington, Mass. 1986-87 Cheshire, Conn. 1960-63 Braintree, Mass. 1964-65 Braintree, Mass. 1957-60 Somerville, Mass. 1997-2001 (Asst. Capt. 00-01) Niskayuna, N.Y. 1946-50 Arlington, Mass. 1994-96 Westood, Mass. 1932-35 (Capt. 34-35) Dedham, Mass. 1985-89 (Tri-Capt. 88-89) Cranston, R.I. 1981-85 Norwell, Mass. 1958-61 Melrose, Mass. 2006-10 (Asst. Capt. 09-10) Milton, Mass. 1988-89 Cheshire, Conn. 2002-03 Canaan, N.H. 1936-39 1975-76 Framingham, Mass. 1961-64 Gloucester, Mass. 1963-64, 65-66 Gloucester, Mass. 1966-69 1932-33 2010-11 1957-59 1949-52 (Capt. 51-52) 1938-41 1970-71 (Mgr.) 1951-54 1948-49 1922-26 1923-26

Brookline, Mass. Quincy, Mass. Nelson, B.C. Dorchester, Mass. Everett, Mass. Brighton, Mass. Milton, Mass. Newton, Mass. Belmont, Mass. Cambridge, Mass. Cambridge, Mass.

Mahony, Thomas Malone, George Manganaro, Sal Marenholz, Otto Margolin, Andrew Marino, Carl Marr, John Marsh, John Marshall, Chris Marshall, Paul Martin, John Martin, Mike Martin, Thomas Martino, Nick Mason, Bob Masters, Chris Masters, Peter McCarran, Joe McCarthy, Charlie McCarthy, Justin McCarthy, Mike McClellan, Rob McCluskey, Donald McCool, Steve McCusker, Joseph McDermott, Tom McDonough, Billy McDonough, Dan McEachern, Joe McElaney, Edward McFeely, Tim McGovern, Robert McGuire, John McHale, Clifton McInnis, Marty McIntire, John McIver, Donald McLaughlin, Andy McLaughlin, John McLean, David McLean, John McLean, Robert McLennan, Mark McManama, Ben McNamara, John McPhee, George Mee, Robert Meenan, Dan Mellor, Tom Michaud, Richard Miller, Robbie Milner, Parker Milton, Bruce Mishler, Todd Mitchell, Tim Mittleman, Ryan Monahan, John Monleon, Robin Moore, Fred Moore, Gordie Moore, Paul Moran, Ian Morgan, Joe Morrissey, Arthur Morrissey, Frank Morrissey, James Morrissey, Leonard Morrissey, William Morse, Pete Motherwell, Brett Mottau, Mike Moylan, John Moylan, Joe Mulhern, Jack Mulhern, Matt Mullane, Pat Mullaney, Owen

1956-58 Wollaston, Mass. 1940-42 1991-93 North Quincy, Mass. 1978-79, 80-81 Hamden, Conn. 2007-08 Mahwah, N.J. 1954-57 Hamden, Conn. 1928-29 Dorchester, Mass. 1962-64 Lynn, Mass. 1989-90 Quincy, Mass. 1985-89 (Tri-Capt. 88-89) Quincy, Mass. 1925-29 Waltham, Mass. 1973-77 Norwood, Mass. 1958-61 (Capt. 60-61) Cambridge, Mass. 2007-08 (Mgr.) Winthrop, Mass. 1946-48 (Co-Capt. 47-48) Wollaston, Mass. 1995-99 (Asst. Capt. 98-99) Lexington, Mass. 1993-97 Lexington, Mass. 1979-81, 82-83 Salem, Mass. 1959-62 Charleston, Mass. 1932-33 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 1991-95 Canton, Mass. 1977-78, 80-81 Canton, Mass. 1918-21 Dorchester, Mass. 1987-88 Princeton, N.J. 1946-50 Waltham, Mass. 1934-36 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 1980-84 (Tri-Capt. 83-84) Stoneham, Mass. 1974-77 Walpole, Mass. 1984-85 Waltham, Mass. 1963-64 Dorchester, Mass. 2006-07 (Mgr.) Long Island, N.Y. 1925-27 Brighton, Mass. 1975-78 Dedham, Mass. 1992-96 Dorchester, Mass. 1988-91 Hingham, Mass. 1946-50 Medford, Mass. 1950-51, 52-53 Natick, Mass. 1995-99 Milton, Mass. 1938-39 Roxbury, Mass. 1967-68 (Mgr.) Wayland, Mass. 1983-84, 85-87 (Tri-Capt. 86-87) Wakefield, Mass. 1968-69 (Mgr.) Wayland, Mass. 1997-2001 Kanata, Ontario 2001-02 Medfield, Mass. 1982-86 Newton, Mass. 1966-69 Waltham, Mass. 1939-41 Arlington, Mass. 2007-08 (Mgr.) Millwood, N.Y. 1969-71, 72-73 Cranston, R.I. 1954-57 Amesbury, Mass. 2004-05 Freehold, N.J. 2009-11 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1983-85 Brookline, Mass. 1980-82 East Grand Forks, Minn. 1981-85 (Capt. 84-85) Bryantville, Mass. 1995-96 Toronto, Ontario 1971-74 Milton, Mass. 1980-84 Tyngsboro, Mass. 1933-35 Brighton, Mass. 1979-82 Newton, Mass. 1936-39 (Capt. 38-39) Brighton, Mass. 1991-93 Acton, Mass. 1950-52 Walpole, Mass. 1925-29 (Capt. 28-29) Medford, Mass. 1917-21 (Capt. 19-20) Medford, Mass. 1918-19 Medford, Mass. 1919-23 Medford, Mass. 1922-26 Medford, Mass. 1969-70 Arlington, Mass. 2005-07 St. Charles, Ill. 1996-2000 (Asst. Capt. 98-99; Capt. 99-00) Avon, Mass. 1963-66 Greenfield, Mass. 1954-57 (Capt. 56-57) East Walpole, Mass. 1948-51 Jamaica Plain, Mass. 1995-99 Havertown, Pa. 2009-11 Wallingford, Conn. 1932-33 Dorchester, Mass.

1934-35 (L-R): Pete Murphy, Frank Liddell (captain), Tim Ready, Jack Burgess, Fred Moore, Joe Walsh Mullen, Jim Mullen, Joe Mullowney, Edward Mullowney, Mike Mullowney, Mike Mulvoy, Mark “Duke” Murphy, John Murphy, Justin Murphy, Kevin Murphy, Mark Murphy, Patrick Murphy, Peter Murphy, Ryan Murray, Tom Muse, John

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Nelligan, Peter Nelson, Norman Nolan, Len Nolan, Bill Norberg, George

1963-66 Warwick, R.I. 1975-79 (Capt. 78-79) New York, N.Y. 1922-26 Brookline, Mass. 1959-60 Brookline, Mass. 1985-89 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1992-93 (Mgr.) Rye, N.Y. 1941-43, 46-47 (Capt. 46-47) Belmont, Mass. 2008-09 (Mgr.) Fair Haven, N.J. 1976-77 (Mgr.) 1978-82 Watertown, Mass. 1964-66 Wellesley, Mass. 1934-36 Brighton, Mass. 2001-05 (Asst. Capt. 04-05) Rumson, N.J. 1971-72, 73-74 New York, N.Y. 2007-11 East Falmouth, Mass.

1953-54 (Mgr.) 1962-63 1970-72 1986-90 1937-39

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Cambridge, Mass. Lexington, Mass. Belmont, Mass. Charlestown, Mass. Arlington, Mass.

O’Brien, Edmund 1918-21 Cambridge, Mass. O’Brien, George 1922-25 Cambridge, Mass. O’Callaghan, Thomas 1937-38 West Roxbury, Mass. O’Connell, Florence 1917-19 Arlington, Mass. O’Connor, Bob 1979-82 Billerica, Mass. O’Connor, Roderick 1961-62 Charlestown, Mass. O’Dowd, Joseph 1933-35 O’Dwyer, Billy 1978-82 (Co-Capt. 81-82) South Boston, Mass. O’Grady, Frank 1950-53 Stoneham, Mass. O’Hanley, Brian 2004-07 Quincy, Mass. O’Hanley, Donald 1954-55 (Mgr.) Arlington, Va. O’Leary, Jamie 1994-98 (Asst. Capt. 97-98) Needham, Mass. O’Neil, Mike 1979-83 (Co-Capt. 82-83) Smithfield, R.I. O’Neil, Paul 1974-75 Framingham, Mass. O’Neill, Donald 1957-59 Milton, Mass. O’Neil, Jack 1967-68 Needham, Mass. O’Neill, Jeff 1987-91 Cohasset, Mass. Orpik, Andrew 2005-09 East Amherst, N.Y.

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Parlato, Tom Pascucci, Ron Payson, Perley Pearce, Joe Pergola, Dave Pergola, David Peterson, Brett Petrecki, Nick Picard, Randi Pienta, Len Pierandri, Nick Pineault, Adam Pitts, Alvan Pons, Robert Powers, Andy Powers, Joe Powers, John Powers, Mike Powers, Ralph Pretat, Jim Prevett, Jim Price, Matt Prior, William Pryor, John Putnam, Bill Quinn, Francis

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Rathbone, Jason Rauseo, Ed Reasoner, Adam Ready, Timothy Real, Shaun Reardon, Bob Reardon, Ed Reasoner, Marty Redmond, Dale Reilly, John Renza, John Richardson, Mark Riley, Mark Riley, Richard Riley, Rob Robertson, Mike Rockett, Fran Rooney, Joe Roscio, Mario Rudman, Robert Rudnick, Mark Ryan, Kenny Ryan, Paul

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St. Pierre, Duke Saltmarsh, Sherman Sampson, Charlie Sampson, Gary Samuelsson, Philip Sanford, Pete Scarry, Leo Schafhauser, Pat Scheifele, Steve Schneider, Cory Schilling, Paul Scuderi, Rob Shanley, Vin Shannon, Ryan Sharkey, Hugh Sharkey, Thomas Shea, Daniel Shea, Edwin Shea, Neil Sheehan, David Sheehy, Paul

1998-2001 1982-86

East Amherst, N.Y. Marlboro, Mass.

1971-72 Needham, Mass. 1989-93 (Co-Capt. 92-93) North Andover, Mass. 1925-28 Quincy, Mass. 2005-06 Brick, N.J. 1987-91 Belmont, Mass. 1957-60 Waltham, Mass. 2000-04 Northborough, Mass. 2007-09 Clifton Park, N.Y. 1970-71 Amesbury, Mass. 1987-90 (Mgr.) Reading, Mass. 1995-99 Ridgefield, Conn. 2003-04 Holyoke, Mass. 1955-58 Arlington, Mass. 1959-60 Brighton, Mass. 1995-99 Arlington, Mass. 1935-37 Cambridge, Mass. 1969-71 (Capt. 70-71) Cambridge, Mass. 1972-73 Malden, Mass. 1939-42 (Capt. 41-42) 1977-79 (Mgr.) Glen Cove, N.Y. 1966-68 Dedham, Mass. 2006-10 (Capt. 09-10) Milton, Ontario 1935-38 Brookline, Mass. 1938-41 (Capt. 40-41) Framingham, Mass. 1966-69 Potsdam, N.Y. 1953-56 Melrose, Mass.

1988-92 (Asst. Capt. 91-92) Brookline, Mass. 1980-84 (Tri-Capt. 83-84) Medford, Mass. 2005-06 Honeoye Falls, N.Y. 1933-35 Cambridge, Mass. 1984-87 (Tri-Capt. 86-87) Watertown, Mass. 1970-73 (Capt. 72-73) Charlestown, Mass. 1974-77 Charlestown, Mass. 1995-98 (Capt. 97-98) Honeoye Falls, N.Y. 1974-75 Westland, Mich. 1987-88, 89-91 Lowell, Mass. 1990-93 (Mgr.) Hope, R.I. 1978-79 (Mgr.) Lexington, Mass. 1972-75 (Co-Capt. 74-75) West Point, N.Y. 1958-60 Providence, R.I. 1974-78 (Co-Capt. 77-78) West Point, N.Y. 1966-67 St. Paul, Minn. 1979-80 (Mgr.) Brookline, Mass. 2003-07 (Asst. Capt. 06-07) Canton, Mass. 1935-38 Cambridge, Mass. 1958-60 Belmont, Mass. 1974-75 (Mgr.) Chestnut Hill, Mass. 2008-09 (Mgr.) South Boston, Mass. 1917-18 Needham, Mass.

1987-88 Danvers, Mass. 1950-53 Winchester, Mass. 1934-35 Brighton, Mass. 1978-82 (Co-Capt. 81-82) International Falls, Minn. 2009-11 Scottsdale, Ariz. 1927-29 Melrose, Mass. 1973-74 Hingham, Mass. 1989-91 St. Paul, Minn. 1986-89 Greenbelt, Md. 2004-07 Marblehead, Mass. 1967-70 Clinton, N.Y. 1997-2001 Bethpage, N.Y. 1969-72 (Capt. 71-72) Brighton, Mass. 2001-05 (Capt. 04-05) Darien, Conn. 1939-42 Belmont, Mass. 1934-36 Brookline, Mass. 1984-88 (Co-Capt. 87-88) Quincy, Mass. 2008-11 Shrewsbury, Mass. 1982-86 Quincy, Mass. 1956-57 Milton, Mass. 1954-57 South Boston, Mass.

Sheehy, Tim 1967-70 International Falls, Minn. Shellenback, Francis 1948-50 Newton, Mass. Shenk, Tim 1986-89 North Easton, Mass. Shine, Kevin 1982-84 (Mgr.) Baldwin, N.Y. Shocket, Ari 1995-96 Hanover, Mass. Shupe, David 1965-66 (Mgr.) Newton, Mass. Siblo, Robert 1952-54 Jamaica Plain, Mass. Sico, Mike 1970-71 Cambridge, Mass. Singewald, Josh 1991-95 Lyme, Conn. Skene, Alexander 1940-43 Newton, Mass. Skidmore, Paul 1975-79 (Asst. Capt. 78-79) Smithtown, N.Y. Sliney, Edward 1927-29 Brighton, Mass. Smith, Ben 2006-10 (Asst. Capt. 09-10) Avon, Conn. Smith, Ed 1957-60 (Capt. 59-60) Melrose, Mass. Smith, Jeff 1978-82 Billerica, Mass. Smith, Paul 1953-54, 55-56 Medford, Mass. Smith, Richie 1972-76 (Co-Capt. 75-76) Natick, Mass. Smith, Terry 1974-75 Falmouth, Mass. Smythe, Tim 1968-70 Lake Placid, N.Y. Sneep, Carl 2006-10 Nisswa, Minn. Snyder, John 1967-68, 69-70 Potsdam, N.Y. Songin, Ed “Butch” 1946-50 (Capt. 49-50) Walpole, Mass. Songin, Tom 1974-77 Walpole, Mass. Soully, Caleb 1928-29 Spalla, Michael 1990-94 (Tri-Capt. 93-94) Plymouth, Minn. Sparrow, Mike 1991-93 Medfield, Mass. Spina, Dave 2001-05 Mesa, Ariz. Stadtler, John 1963-64 (Mgr.) Washington, D.C. Stapleton, Christopher 1984-88 South Boston, Mass. Stevens, Kevin 1983-87 (Tri-Capt. 86-87) Bryantville, Mass. Stickney, Brett 1991-93 Rutland, Vt. Sullivan, Charles 1939-42 Sullivan, Eddie 1960-63 Malden, Mass. Sullivan, George 1949-50 Sullivan, Gregory 1932-33 Jamaica Plain, Mass. Sullivan, John 1967-70 (Capt. 69-70) Cambridge, Mass. Sullivan, Tom 1974-76 Brookline, Mass. Sweeney, Bob 1982-86 Boxborough, Mass. Sweeney, Tim 1985-89 (Tri-Capt. 88-89) North Weymouth, Mass. Switaj, Billy 1980-83 Bay Village, Ohio Switaj, Mark 1977-81 (Co-Capt. 80-81) Bay Village, Ohio

TUV

Talbot, Frederick Taylor, Greg Taylor, Harvey Taylor, Ryan Tedesco, Nicholas

Threadgold, Giles Tiernan, James Timmins, Norbert Toczylowski, Charlie Toran, Ralph Urban, Luke Vassil, William Venti, Chris Voce, Tony

WXYZ

Wainwright, David Walker, A.J. Walker, Jeffrey Walsh, Joseph Walsh, Ron Walsh, William Warren, John Welch, Jerry Wey, Patrick White, George White, John Whitney, Joe Whitney, Steven Whyte, David Willis, Fred Wilkens, Bill Wilson, Jeremy Wise, Randolph Wray, Chris Wright, Tom Yandle, Buddy Yetten, Ned York, Jerry Young, Kerry Zibbell, Joseph Zygulski, Scott

1946-50 1954-56 1952-53 1967-70 1962-65 1919-21 1953-54 2008-11 2000-04

Auburndale, Mass. Providence, R.I. Arlington, Mass. Arlington, Mass. Needham, Mass. Fall River, Mass. Arlington, Mass. Needham, Mass. Philadelphia, Pa.

1993-97 (Co-Capt. 96-97) Westwood, Mass. 2000-03 Faribault, Minn. 1986-89 Plymouth, Mass. 1934-36 Brookline, Mass. 1957-60 Dorchester, Mass. 1948-50 Arlington, Mass. 1961-62 Dedham, Mass. 1979-80 Marshfield, Mass. 2009-11 Pittsburgh, Pa. 1917-18 Cambridge, Mass. 1918-19 Forest Hills, Mass. 2007-11 (Capt. 10-11) Reading, Mass. 2009-11 Reading, Mass. 1986-87 Hingham, Mass. 1968-69 Natick, Mass. 1973-77 Somerville, Mass. 1999-2000 Shrewsbury, Mass. 1932-34 Roxbury, Mass. 1979-81 Greenfield, Mass. 1978-82 Worthington, Ohio 1973-74 Charlestown, Mass. 1971-74 Waltham, Mass. 1964-67 (Capt. 66-67) Watertown, Mass. 1974-77 Chestnut Hill, Mass. 1933-35 Mattapan, Mass. 1989-93 (Asst. Capt. 92-93) Granger, Ind.

1947-49 Belmont, Mass. 1993-97 Sherwood Park, Alberta 1971-72 1993-95, 96-97 North Andover, Mass. 1925-29 (Co-Capt. 28-29) West Newton, Mass.

1940-41 (L-R): Ray Chaisson, Al Dumond, John Pr yor (captain), Bob Mee, Hugh Sharkey, Joe Maguire.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY YEAR 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 72

GP W L T 3 2 1 0 3 2 1 0 7 6 1 0 8 6 2 0 9 5 3 1 14 12 1 1 18 7 10 1 17 8 6 3 16 6 9 1 6 3 3 0 7 2 4 1 14 5 9 0 Depression — no teams 6 3 2 1 9 2 6 1 10 7 3 0 12 7 4 1 13 8 4 1 15 9 6 0 16 9 7 0 18 12 5 1 14 13 1 0 14 12 2 0 9 7 2 0 War — no teams 3 1 2 0 19 15 3 1 19 14 5 0 22 21 1 0 19 14 5 0 20 12 8 0 20 17 3 0 16 11 4 1 21 17 4 0 21 13 8 0 21 14 7 0 22 14 7 1 23 9 12 2 28 20 8 0 24 15 8 1 25 19 5 1 28 15 12 1 31 22 9 0 28 18 9 1 31 24 7 0 28 16 12 0 28 20 8 0 31 19 11 1 26 19 7 0 26 16 10 0 26 11 15 0 30 14 16 0 30 22 7 1

SHUTOUTS FOR AGA 0 0 1 0 3 1 2 0 2 1 3 0 2 2 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2

GF 12 10 41 29 27 53 32 41 46 15 19 36

GA 7 9 13 19 18 18 45 28 54 18 25 42

23 30 34 61 70 75 76 121 130 78 62

26 35 34 34 42 56 80 70 48 57 39

0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1

3 139 126 164 122 105 117 71 98 104 105 108 76 136 121 143 96 144 144 183 135 171 155 144 143 121 130 188

17 63 60 67 83 89 49 41 70 74 82 76 101 105 76 55 86 79 90 117 101 91 116 91 116 141 155 121

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

COACH Bob Fowler Bob Fowler Walter Falvey Fred Rocque Fred Rocque Fred Rocque Charles Foote Charles Foote Fred Rocque Fred Rocque James Foley James Foley

CAPTAINS Walter Falvey Walter Falvey Frank Morrissey Leo Hughes Leo Hughes Edmund Garrity John Fitzgerald Jack Culhane Henry Groden Cornelius Cronin Joseph Fitzgerald Nicholas Tedesco, Arthur Morrissey

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John Temple

William Hogan Ray Funchion Frank Liddell Fred Moore John Burgess Joe Hartigan Paul Moore Ralph Dougherty John Pryor Ralph Powers Wally Boudreau

2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0

Joseph Glavin, S.J. John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley John “Snooks” Kelley Len Ceglarski

John Buckley John Murphy John Corcoran, Bob Mason Bernie Burke Ed “Butch” Songin Len Ceglarski Peter Maggio Wellington Burtnett Bob Babine Dick Dempsey Eddie Carroll Joe Moyla Jack Cadigan Joe Jangro Ed Smith Tom “Red” Martin George Grant Paul Aiken Tom Apprille Eddie Downes Allan Kierstead Jerry York Steve Dowling Mike Flynn John Sullivan John Powers Vin Shanley Bob Reardon

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY SHUTOUTS FOR AGA 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 0

YEAR 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

GP 28 28 29 30 34 30 33 31 30 30 39

W 16 11 15 18 24 16 25 20 19 15 26

L 12 15 13 11 10 14 7 8 11 13 13

T 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 2 0

GF 137 138 158 174 186 167 184 126 131 140 175

GA 138 142 135 130 147 141 120 100 105 114 141

COACH Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

45 42 39

28 26 31

15 13 8

2 3 0

240 188 233

172 154 145

1 3 0

0 0 0

Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski

1987-88 1988-89

34 40

13 25

18 11

3 4

132 191

151 137

0 1

1 0

Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92

42 39 35

28 27 14

13 12 18

1 0 3

197 185 116

135 133 138

0 2 1

0 0 2

Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski Len Ceglarski

1992-93

38

9

24

5

117

187

0

1

Steve Cedorchuk

1993-94

36

15

16

5

145

133

1

0

Steve Cedorchuk

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

35 36 38 42

11 16 15 28

22 17 19 9

2 3 4 5

129 126 145 191

169 147 170 123

0 0 0 5

1 3 1 0

Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York Jerry York

1998-99

43

27

12

4

170

125

1

1

Jerry York

1999-00

42

29

12

1

165

92

7

1

Jerry York

2000-01

43

33

8

2

175

98

3

2

Jerry York

2001-02 2002-03

38 39

18 24

18 11

2 4

119 149

116 97

3 4

0 0

Jerry York Jerry York

2003-04 2004-05

42 40

29 26

9 7

4 7

143 130

81 79

3 4

3 0

Jerry York Jerry York

2005-06

42

26

13

3

146

95

8

0

Jerry York

2006-07

42

29

12

1

142

94

6

1

Jerry York

2007-08 2008-09

44 37

25 18

11 14

8 5

160 112

101 105

3 3

6 1

Jerry York Jerry York

2009-10 2010-11

42 39

29 30

10 8

3 1

171 153

104 94

4 7

0 0

Jerry York Jerry York

CAPTAINS Ray D’Arcy Rich Hart, Mark Riley Mark Albrecht, Richie Smith Bob Ferriter Paul Barrett, Rob Riley Joe Mullen Steve Barger Mike Ewanouski, Mark Switaj Billy O’Dwyer, Gary Sampson Lee Blossom, Mike O’Neil Jim Chisholm, Billy McDonough, Ed Rauseo Tim Mitchell Scott Harlow John McLean, Shaun Real, Kevin Stevens Dan Shea, John Devereaux David Littman, Paul Marshall, Tim Sweeney Greg Brown David Emma Joe Cleary, David Franzosa, Jason Rathbone Marc Beran, Ron Pascucci, Scott Zygulski Jack Callahan, John Joyce, Michael Spalla Jerry Buckley, Ryan Haggerty Don Chase, David Hymovitz Joe Harney, David Wainwright Marty Reasoner, Brendan Buckley, Jamie O’Leary Brendan Buckley, Chris Masters, Mike Mottau Mike Mottau, Brian Gionta, Blake Bellefeuille Brian Gionta, Bobby Allen, Mike Lephart Jeff Giuliano, Ales Dolinar Ben Eaves, Anthony D’Arpino, J.D. Forrest Ben Eaves, J.D. Forrest, Ty Hennes Ryan Shannon, Andrew Alberts, Patrick Eaves, Ryan Murphy Peter Harrold, Chris Collins, Stephen Gionta Brian Boyle, Mike Brennan, Joe Rooney Mike Brennan, Dan Bertram, Matt Greene Brock Bradford, Benn Ferriero, Tim Filangieri Matt Price, Matt Lombardi, Ben Smith Joe Whitney, Brian Gibbons, Tommy Cross

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Neil Cronin

YEAR 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21

GOALS 6 7 15 7

1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1932-33

10 15 12 19 15 5 5 9 6

Eddie Enright Leo Hughes Leo Hughes Bernie Healy Ed Garrity Leo Hughes Jack Culhane Jim Foley Jim Foley Neil Cronin Neil Cronin Nick Tedesco Larry Sanford Herb Crimlisk

Scott Harlow

74

POINTS 6 7 15 7

— — — — — — — — 3

10 15 12 19 15 5 5 9 8

1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38

15 8 12 14 17

Herb Crimlisk Ray Funchion Fred Moore Joe Hartigan Tom Sharkey

7 4 11 11 10

1938-39

20

1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1946-47

33 29 22 15 20

1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51

21 34 26 21

Bill Flynn John Pryor Ray Chaisson Ray Chaisson Wally Boudreau Jim Edgeworth Warren Lewis Eddie Burns Bob Mason Jack Mulhern Warren Lewis Len Ceglarski

1951-52 1952-53

16 16

1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

20 12 17 21 22

13

Fred Moore Ray Funchion Joe Walsh Pete Murphy John Janusas Jim Davis Bill Flynn

Eddie Enright Leo Hughes Leo Hughes Bernie Healy Ed Garrity Leo Hughes Jack Culhane Jim Foley Jim Foley Neil Cronin Neil Cronin Nick Tedesco Larry Sanford Herb Crimlisk Bill Hogan Ray Funchion Herb Crimlisk Ray Funchion Fred Moore Joe Hartigan Tom Sharkey

33

Bill Flynn

34 29 17 13 23

Ray Chaisson Ray Chaisson John Murphy Wally Boudreau Warren Lewis

67 58 33 25 43

Ray Chaisson Ray Chaisson Wally Boudreau Jim Edgeworth Warren Lewis

19 31 25 22

Bob Mason Jack Mulhern Len Ceglarski Jack Mulhern

40 65 43 34

Frank O’Grady Wellington Burtnett

21 19

Joe Morgan Bob Babine

35 31

19 16 13 18 14 23

Jim Duffy Bill Leary Frank Quinn Ned Bunyon Dick Kane Billy Daley

20 15 17 18 14 37

Bob Gallagher Joe Moylan Joe Moylan Dick Kane Jack Cusack Tom Martin

31 22 29 33 27 40

1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64

20 33 24 27 27

Billy Daley Billy Daley Billy Hogan Jack Leetch John Cunniff

34 41 26 40 25

Tom Martin Billy Daley Jack Leetch Billy Hogan John Cunniff

41 74 45 59 52

1964-65

31

John Cunniff

43

Phil Dyer

67

Bob Mason Jack Mulhern Warren Lewis Len Ceglarski Frank O’Grady Joe Morgan Wellington Burtnett Bob Babine Bob Gallagher Joe Moylan Joe Moylan Ned Bunyon Jack Cusack Billy Daley Tom Martin Tom Martin Billy Daley Billy Hogan Billy Hogan John Cunniff Phil Dyer John Cunniff

Wally Boudreau

Bill Army

ASSISTS — — — —

Billy Hogan Ray Funchion

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ANNUAL LEADERS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY YEAR 1965-66

GOALS 21

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74

32 27 20 28 25 29 27 21

1974-75 1975-76

29 17

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

28 34 32 20

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

20 16 17

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

27 37 38 35 21 29 38 35 22 19 18 23 26

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

20 33 32 33 33 26 23 29 19

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

34 25 35 25 30 31

Jerry York Jim Mullen Paul Hurley Tim Sheehy Paul Schilling Tim Sheehy Ed Kenty Ed Kenty Richie Smith Richie Smith Richie Smith Richie Smith Kerry Young Paul Barrett Joe Mullen Joe Mullen Joe Mullen Bill Army Billy O’Dwyer Billy O’Dwyer Lee Blossom Lee Blossom Bob Sweeney Scott Harlow Doug Brown Scott Harlow Kevin Stevens Dan Shea Tim Sweeney David Emma David Emma Marc Beran Jack Callahan David Hymovitz Ryan Haggerty David Hymovitz Marty Reasoner Marty Reasoner Jeff Farkas Brian Gionta Brian Gionta Tony Voce Tony Voce Tony Voce Patrick Eaves Brian Boyle Chris Collins Nathan Gerbe Nathan Gerbe Brock Bradford Cam Atkinson Cam Atkinson

ASSISTS 26 41 30 41 40 30 29 45 23

Paul Hurley

POINTS 37

Jerry York

67 57 60 68 48 51 58 42

Jerry York Tim Sheehy Tim Sheehy Tim Sheehy Ed Kenty Ed Kenty Richie Smith Richie Smith

27 28

Jerry York Tim Sheehy Tim Sheehy Tim Sheehy Tom Mellor Scott Godfrey Tom Mellor Bob Ferriter Bob Hart Tom Songin Richie Smith

53 45

Richie Smith Richie Smith

39 38 30 24

Bob Ferriter Bill Army Billy O’Dwyer Bill Army

63 68 56 44

Bob Ferriter Joe Mullen Joe Mullen Bill Army

20 26 23

Billy O’Dwyer Billy O’Dwyer Ed Rauseo

40 41 38

Billy O’Dwyer Billy O’Dwyer Ed Rauseo

26 44 41 55 31 44 36 46 35 31 34 23 29

Ed Rauseo Ken Hodge Scott Harlow Craig Janney Dan Shea Tim Sweeney Steve Heinze David Emma David Franzosa John Joyce Michael Spalla Jamie O’Leary Marty Reasoner

47 72 79 83 52 73 72 81 53 43 40 45 45

24 40 39 37 26 26 39 27 31

Marty Reasoner Marty Reasoner Mike Mottau Mike Mottau Ben Eaves Ben Eaves Ben Eaves Ryan Shannon Ryan Shannon

44 73 60 58 54 48 57 47 48

Scott Harlow Scott Harlow Scott Harlow Craig Janney Dan Shea Tim Sweeney David Emma David Emma David Franzosa John Joyce Ryan Haggerty Ryan Haggerty David Hymovitz Marty Reasoner Marty Reasoner Marty Reasoner Brian Gionta Jeff Farkas Brian Gionta Tony Voce Ben Eaves Tony Voce Patrick Eaves

30 34 40 19 34 33

Brian Boyle Brian Boyle Joe Whitney Brian Gibbons Brian Gibbons Brian Gibbons

63 53 68 42 53 52

Chris Collins Brian Boyle Nathan Gerbe Brock Bradford Cam Atkinson Cam Atkinson

Dan Shea

Ryan Haggerty

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Brian Gionta

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Hobey Baker Award

Awarded annually to the nation’s top collegiate hockey player. 1991 David Emma, F 2000 Mike Mottau, D

Hobey Baker Finalists

Top 10 collegiate hockey players nationally as judged by a national panel of coaches, media and professional scouts. 1986 Scott Harlow, F 1987 Craig Janney, F Brian Leetch, D 1989 Greg Brown, D Tim Sweeney, F 1990 Greg Brown, D David Emma, F 1991 David Emma, F 1999 Brian Gionta, F 2000 Mike Mottau, D Jeff Farkas, F Brian Gionta, F 2001 Brian Gionta, F 2003 Ben Eaves, F 2004 Tony Voce, F 2006 Chris Collins, F 2008 Nathan Gerbe, F 2011 Cam Atkinson, F

All-Americans

Prior to 1958 1948 Ed “Butch” Songin, D Bernie Burke, G 1949 Ed “Butch” Songin, D 1950 Warren Lewis, C Len Ceglarski, LW Joe McCusker, D 1953 Wellington Burtnett, C 1954 Bob Kiley, D

All-Americans

Selected by the American Hockey Coaches Association, 1958-present. First Team 1959 Joe Jangro, D 1960 Tom “Red” Martin, D 1961 Tom “Red” Martin, D 1962 Billy Hogan, C 1963 Jack Leetch, W 1965 John Cunniff, W 1966 John Cunniff, W 1967 Jerry York, C 1969 Paul Hurley, D Tim Sheehy, C 1970 Tim Sheehy, C 1973 Tom Mellor, D 1978 Joe Mullen, W 1979 Joe Mullen, W 1980 Bill Army, C 1986 Scott Harlow, W 1987 Craig Janney, C

Brian Leetch, D Greg Brown, D Greg Brown, D David Emma, C Steve Heinze, W 1991 David Emma, C 1998 Marty Reasoner, F 1999 Brian Gionta, F Mike Mottau, D 2000 Jeff Farkas, F Brian Gionta, F Mike Mottau, D 2001 Bobby Allen, D Brian Gionta, F 2003 Ben Eaves, F 2004 Andrew Alberts, D Tony Voce, F 2005 Andrew Alberts, D Patrick Eaves, F 2006 Chris Collins, F Peter Harrold, D Cory Schneider, G 2007 Brian Boyle, F 2008 Nathan Gerbe, F 2011 Cam Atkinson, F Brian Dumoulin, D Second Team 1985 Doug Brown, F Bob Sweeney, F 1986 Doug Brown, F 1987 Kevin Stevens, F 1989 David Littman, G Tim Sweeney, F 1991 Ted Crowley, D 1992 Scott LaGrand, G 1998 Brian Gionta, F Mike Mottau, D 2001 Krys Kolanos, F 2002 Ben Eaves, F 2003 J.D. Forrest, D 2004 Patrick Eaves, F Ryan Shannon, F 2005 Ryan Shannon, F 2006 Brian Boyle, F 2011 John Muse, G 1989 1990

Walter Brown Award

Awarded annually by the Gridiron Club of Boston to the outstanding American-born college hockey player on a New England team. 1954 Bob Babine, C 1961 Tom “Red” Martin, D 1963 Billy Hogan, C 1966 John Cunniff, W 1967 Jerry York, C 1968 Tim Sheehy, C 1970 Tim Sheehy, C 1976 Richie Smith, C 1978 Joe Mullen, W 1980 Bill Army, C 1981 Mark Switaj, W 1986 Scott Harlow, W

John Gallagher (left) and two-time All-American Ed “Butch” Songin 76

1987 1990 1991 1999 2000 2001 2006 2011

Brian Leetch, D Greg Brown, D David Emma, C Mike Mottau, D Mike Mottau, D Brian Gionta, F Chris Collins, F John Muse, G

2005 2006

2007

All-New England

Selected by the New England Hockey Writers Association. 1948 Warren Lewis, C Ed “Butch” Songin, D Joe McCusker, D 1949 Bernie Burke, G Ed “Butch” Songin 1950 Warren Lewis, C 1953 Wellington Burtnett, C 1959 Tom “Red” Martin, D Jim Logue, G 1960 Jim Logue, G Tom “Red” Martin, D 1961 Jim Logue, G Tom “Red” Martin, D 1962 Billy Hogan, C 1963 Tom Apprille, G Jack Callahan, D Billy Hogan, C 1964 John Cunniff, W 1965 John Cunniff, W 1966 John Cunniff, W 1967 Jerry York, C 1968 Tim Sheehy, C 1969 Paul Hurley, D Tim Sheehy, C 1970 Tim Sheehy, C 1971 Tom Mellor, D 1973 Tom Mellor, D 1975 Richie Smith, C 1976 Paul Skidmore, G Richie Smith, C 1977 Bob Ferriter, C Paul Skidmore, G 1978 Joe Mullen, W 1979 Joe Mullen, W 1980 Bill Army, C Doug Ellis, G Billy O’Dwyer, C 1984 Jim Chisholm, D 1985 Dominic Campedelli, D Scott Harlow, W Bob Sweeney, C 1986 Scott Harlow, W 1987 Craig Janney, C Brian Leetch, D Kevin Stevens, W 1989 Greg Brown, D David Littman, G Tim Sweeney, LW 1990 Greg Brown, D David Emma, C Steve Heinze, W 1991 David Emma, C Ted Crowley, D Scott LaGrand, G 1992 Scott LaGrand, G Joe Cleary, D 1994 Michael Spalla, D 1998 Marty Reasoner, F Mike Mottau, D 1999 Brian Gionta, F Mike Mottau, D 2000 Jeff Farkas, F Brian Gionta, F Mike Mottau, D 2001 Bobby Allen, D Brian Gionta, F Krys Kolanos, F 2002 Tony Voce, F 2003 Ben Eaves, F 2004 Patrick Eaves, F

2008 2009 2010 2011

Tony Voce, F Andrew Alberts, D Patrick Eaves, F Ryan Shannon, F Brian Boyle, F Chris Collins, F Peter Harrold, D Cory Schneider, G Brian Boyle, F Nathan Gerbe, F Nathan Gerbe, F Brock Bradford, F Brian Gibbons, F Cam Atkinson, F Brian Dumoulin, D John Muse, G

Hockey East Player of the Year

1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 2000 2001 2003 2005 2006

Scott Harlow Brian Leetch Greg Brown Greg Brown David Emma Mike Mottau Brian Gionta Ben Eaves Patrick Eaves Chris Collins

Hockey East Rookie of the Year

1985 1987 1992 1996 1998 2001

Ken Hodge Brian Leetch Ian Moran Marty Reasoner Brian Gionta Chuck Kobasew

Hockey East Best Defensive Defenseman

2000 2001 2004 2006 2011

Mike Mottau Bobby Allen Andrew Alberts Peter Harrold Brian Dumoulin

Hockey East Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award

2010

Ben Smith

Hockey East Best Defensive Forward

2001 2007 2008

Mike Lephart Joe Rooney Matt Greene

Hockey East Coach of the Year

1985 2004 2011

Len Ceglarski Jerry York Jerry York

All-Hockey East

First Team 1986 Scott Gordon, G Scott Harlow, F 1987 Craig Janney, F Brian Leetch, D Kevin Stevens, F 1989 Greg Brown, D David Littman, G Tim Sweeney, F 1990 Greg Brown, D David Emma, C Steve Heinze, F 1991 David Emma, F Ted Crowley, D Scott LaGrand, G 1996 David Hymovitz, F 1997 Marty Reasoner, F

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HONOR ROLL 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY 1998

Marty Reasoner, F Mike Mottau, D 1999 Brian Gionta, F 2000 Mike Mottau, D Jeff Farkas, F Brian Gionta, F 2001 Brian Gionta, F Bobby Allen, D 2002 Tony Voce, F 2003 Ben Eaves, F 2004 Ryan Shannon, F Tony Voce, F 2005 Andrew Alberts, D Patrick Eaves, F Ryan Shannon, F 2006 Brian Boyle, F Chris Collins, F Peter Harrold, D 2007 Brian Boyle, F 2008 Nathan Gerbe, F 2010 Brian Gibbons, F 2011 Cam Atkinson, F Brian Dumoulin, D John Muse, G Second Team 1985 Doug Brown, F Scott Harlow, F Bob Sweeney, F 1986 Doug Brown, F Bob Emery, D 1987 Dan Shea, F 1988 David Littman, G Dan Shea, F 1989 David Emma, F 1994 Michael Spalla, D 1998 Brian Gionta, F 1999 Mike Mottau, D 2000 Bobby Allen, D Blake Bellefeuille, F 2001 Krys Kolanos, F Chuck Kobasew, F 2002 Ben Eaves, F 2003 J.D. Forrest, D 2004 Andrew Alberts, D Patrick Eaves, F Matti Kaltiainen, G 2006 Cory Schneider, G 2007 Nathan Gerbe, F 2009 Brock Bradford, F 2010 Cam Atkinson, F 2011 Brian Gibbons, F

Hockey East All-Rookie Team

1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1994 1996 1997 1998

2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2008 2010 2011

Hockey East Tournament MVP

1987 1990 1998 1999 2001 2005 2007 2008 2010 2011

Hockey East All-Tournament Team

1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1998 1999

2000 2001

2006 2007

2008

2010

Ken Hodge, F Greg Brown, D Brian Leetch, D David Emma, F Steve Heinze, F Ted Crowley, D Ian Moran, D Greg Taylor, G Marty Reasoner, F Mike Mottau, D Bobby Allen, D Scott Clemmensen, G Brian Gionta, F Rob Scuderi, D Krys Kolanos, F Ben Eaves, F J.D. Forrest, D Chuck Kobasew, F Dave Spina, F Chris Collins, F Cory Schneider, G Benn Ferriero, F Brett Motherwell, D Joe Whitney, F Brian Dumoulin, D Chris Kreider, F Bill Arnold, F

Brian Leetch, D Scott LaGrand, G Marty Reasoner, F Blake Bellefeuille, F Chuck Kobasew, F Brian Boyle, F Brock Bradford, F Nathan Gerbe, F Matt Lombardi, F Cam Atkinson, F

2011

Dominic Campedelli, D Doug Brown, F Ken Hodge, F Brian Leetch, D Craig Janney, F Ken Hodge, F Greg Brown, D Tim Sweeney, F Steve Heinze, F Scott LaGrand, G Greg Brown, D David Emma, F Mike Mottau, D Marty Reasoner, F Jeff Farkas, F Scott Clemmensen, G Bobby Allen, D Blake Bellefeuille, F Jeff Farkas, F Mike Mottau, D Blake Bellefeuille, F Scott Clemmensen, G Bobby Allen, D Chuck Kobasew, F Tony Voce, F Brian Boyle, F Peter Harrold, D Cory Schneider, G Brian Boyle, F Brock Bradford, F Benn Ferriero, F Cory Schneider, G Mike Brennan, D Benn Ferriero, F Nathan Gerbe, F John Muse, G Carl Sneep, D Matt Lombardi, F John Muse, G Carl Sneep, D Cam Atkinson, F Brian Gibbons, F Tommy Cross, D John Muse, G

Hockey East Scholar-Athletes

Joe Adams Anthony Aiello Bill Arnold Tommy Atkinson Marc Beran Dan Bertram Brock Bradford Mike Brennan Greg Brown Patrick Brown Brendan Buckley Brian Callahan Brad Carlson Brendan Collins Chris Collins Tommy Cross Mark Dennehy Ales Dolina Brooks Dyroff

2006, 2007, 2008 2009 2011 2010 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 2006, 2008 2009 2005, 2007, 2008 1990 2011 1996, 1999 1997 1997 1993 2003 2010 1990, 1991 2001, 2002 2010, 2011

Ben Eaves David Emma Jeff Farkas Pat Gannon Brian Gibbons Brian Gionta Stephen Gionta Jeff Giuliano Scott Haig Joe Harney Peter Harrold Ned Havern Marty Hughes Tony Hutchins David Hymovitz Tim Kelleher Chuck Kobasew Jim Krayer Alex Kremer Rob Laferriere Brian Lane Taylor Leahy Mike Lephart Timmy Lewis Ben Lovejoy Chris Masters Clifton McHale Mark McLennan Isaac MacLeod Robbie Miller Ron Pascucci Dave Pergola Nick Pierandri Matt Price Cory Schneider Josh Singewald Ben Smith Michael Spalla Dave Spina Dan Sullivan Ryan Taylor A.J. Walker Patrick Wey

2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 1990, 1991 1997 2007, 2008 2009 2001 2003 1999, 2001, 2002 1993 1997 2004, 2005, 2006 2003, 2004, 2005 2000, 2001 2000 1996 2002 2001 1994 2008, 2009 1994, 1995 1993 2003, 2005 1998, 1999, 2001 1996 2003 1996, 1998 1996 2001 2011 2003, 2004, 2005 1990, 1992, 1993 1990, 1991 1996 2008, 2009 2005, 2006, 2007 1993, 1994, 1995 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 1991 2003, 2005 1999, 2000, 2001 1997 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 2011

Boston College Eagle (Athlete) of the Year

1990 1991 2000 2001 2004 2009 2010

Greg Brown David Emma Mike Mottau Brian Gionta Ben Eaves Brock Bradford Ben Smith

Boston College Outstanding Male Scholar-Athletes

Presented by Boston College to the most outstanding member of each class who best combines athletics and academics. 1996-97 Jeff Farkas (Freshman) 1997-98 Mike Lephart (Freshman) 2000-01 Chuck Kobasew (Freshman) Jeff Giuliano (Junior) 2001-02 Ben Eaves (Sophomore) 2002-03 Ben Eaves (Junior) 2003-04 Peter Harrold (Sophomore) 2005-06 Peter Harrold (Senior) 2006-07 Ben Smith (Freshman) 2007-08 Mike Brennan (Senior) 2009-10 Chris Kreider (Freshman) 2010-11 Tommy Cross (Junior) John Muse (Senior)

Verizon Academic All-District I

Selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. 2001-02 Ben Eaves Jeff Giuliano 2002-03 Ben Eaves 2009-10 Ben Smith

United States Olympic Team

1932 1952 1956 1964 1968 1972

1984 1988

1992

1994 1998

2002

2006 2010

Joe Fitzgerald, G Len Ceglarski, W Jack Mulhern, W Wellington Burtnett, C Frank O’Grady, W Tom “Red” Martin, D John Cunniff, W Paul Hurley, D Jim Logue, G Kevin Ahearn, W Tom Mellor, D Tim Sheehy, C (Capt.) Gary Sampson, W Greg Brown, D Craig Janney, C Brian Leetch, D (Capt.) Kevin Stevens,W Greg Brown, D David Emma, C Scott Gordon, G Steve Heinze, W Marty McInnis, W Ted Crowley, D Bill Guerin, F Brian Leetch, D John Cunniff, Asst. Coach Bill Guerin, F Brian Leetch, D John Cunniff, Asst. Coach Brian Gionta, F Bill Guerin, F Brooks Orpik, D

All-East MVP

1954 1965 1970 1973

Bob Babine, C John Cunniff, W Tim Sheehy, D Tom Mellor, D

All-East

1947

Bernie Burke, G Warren Lewis, C John Murphy, W Ed “Butch” Songin, D

Academic All-America

Selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America. 2005-06 Peter Harrold (Third Team)

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HONOR ROLL 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY 1948 1949

1950

1951 1952 1953 1954 1956 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1969 1970 1971 1973 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1984

Warren Lewis, C Ed “Butch” Songin, D Bernie Burke, G Warren Lewis, C Jack McIntire, W Jack Mulhern, W Ed “Butch” Songin, D Len Ceglarski, W Fran Harrington, W Warren Lewis, C Joe McCusker, D Len Ceglarski, W Joe Morgan, C Frank O’Grady, W Wellington Burtnett, C Bob Kiley, D Frank O’Grady, W Bob Babine, C Bob Kiley, D Ed Carroll, W Chuck D’Entremont, G Jim Tiernan, D Ned Bunyon, W Joe Jangro, D Jim Logue, G Tom “Red” Martin, D Billy Daley, C Jim Logue, G Tom “Red” Martin, D Billy Daley, C Jim Logue, G Tom “Red” Martin, D Billy Hogan, C Jack Leetch, W Tom Apprille, G Jack Callahan, D Bill Hogan, C John Cunniff, W John Cunniff, W Jerry York, C Paul Hurley, D Tim Sheehy, C Tom Mellor, D Tim Sheehy, C Tom Mellor, D Tom Mellor, D Ned Yetten, G Paul Skidmore, G Richie Smith, C Bob Ferriter, C Paul Skidmore, G Joe Mullen, W Joe Mullen, W Doug Ellis, G Jim Chisholm, D

All-East Outstanding Defenseman

1947 1948 1949 1954 1960 1961

Ed “Butch” Songin Ed “Butch” Songin Ed “Butch” Songin Bob Kiley Tom “Red” Martin Tom “Red” Martin

Norman F. Dailey Memorial Award

Given in memory of Norman F. Dailey ’49 to the team’s most valuable player. Dailey was a goaltender on the 1949 national championship squad. 1965 Ralph Toran 1966 John Cunniff 1967 Jerry York 1968 Tim Sheehy 1969 Paul Hurley 1970 Tim Sheehy 1971 Tom Mellor 1972 N eil Higgins

78

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tom Mellor Ray D’Arcy Richie Smith Richie Smith Bob Ferriter Joe Mullen Joe Mullen Bill Army Bob O’Connor Ed Rauseo Jim Chisholm Dominic Campedelli Doug Brown Scott Gordon Scott Harlow Brian Leetch Dan Shea David Littman Tim Sweeney Greg Brown David Emma Scott LaGrand Michael Spalla Greg Taylor Michael Spalla Ryan Haggerty Greg Taylor David Hymovitz Marty Reasoner Marty Reasoner Mike Mottau Marty Reasoner Mike Mottau Mike Mottau Brian Gionta Jeff Farkas Blake Bellefeuille Bobby Allen Scott Clemmensen Brian Gionta Tony Voce Ben Eaves Tony Voce Andrew Alberts Patrick Eaves Ryan Shannon Chris Collins Cory Schneider Brian Boyle Cory Schneider Nathan Gerbe Brock Bradford Cam Atkinson Cam Atkinson John Muse

James A. Tiernan Memorial Award

Given in memory of James E. Tiernan ’56 to the team’s most improved player. Tiernan was the Most Valuable Player of the 1956 Beanpot Tournament. 1967 Woody Johnson 1968 Steve Cedorchuk 1969 Willy Putnam 1970 Don Callow 1971 Joe Keaveney 1972 Kevin Kimball 1973 N ed Yetten 1974 Mark Riley 1975 Mark Albrecht 1976 Kerry Young 1977 Dave Annecchiarico 1978 Joe Augustine 1979 Mark Switaj 1980 Steve Barger 1981 Bobby Hehir 1982 Jeff Cowles 1983 Billy McDonough

1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Scott Harlow John N Mc amara Jim Herlihy Kevin Houle Craig Janney David Littman Shawn Kennedy Bill Nolan Sandy Galuppo Joe Cleary David Franzosa John Joyce Ryan Haggerty Brad Carlson Clifton McHale Brian Callahan Andy Powers Chris Masters Ales Dolinar Marty Hughes Jeff Giuliano Brooks Orpik Anthony D’Arpino A.J. Walker Ty Hennes Stephen Gionta Brian Boyle Joe Rooney Brock Bradford Nathan Gerbe Pat Gannon Ben Smith Kyle Kucharski Carl Sneep Patch Alber

William J. Flynn Coaches Award

Given in memory of William J. Flynn, the former Boston College student-athlete, faculty member, coach and athletics director. Flynn was a founding member of the Hockey East Association. 1992 Mike Delay 1993 Scott Zygulski 1994 Josh Singewald 1995 Michael McCarthy 1996 Don Chase 1997 Ryan Taylor 1998 Ken Hemenway 1999 Matt Mulhern Nick Pierandri 2000 Kevin Caulfield 2001 Mark McLennan 2002 Ben Eaves J.D. Forrest 2003 Tim Kelleher 2004 Justin Dziama 2005 Ryan Murphy 2006 Stephen Gionta 2007 Benn Ferriero 2008 Dan Bertram Mike Brennan 2009 Justin Murphy 2010 Ben Smith 2011 Joe Whitney

John A. “Snooks” Kelley Memorial Award

Given in memory of John A. “Snooks” Kelley to the player who best typifies Boston College hockey. Kelley was a legendary BC manager, player and coach. 1967 Gordie Clarke 1968 Kevin Ahearn 1969 John Sullivan 1970 Kevin Ahearn 1971 Vin Shanley 1972 Vin Shanley

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Bob Reardon Tom Murray Mark Riley Mark Albrecht Paul Skidmore Skip House Steve Barger Brian Burns George Amidon Jeff Cowles Bill Switaj Dan Griffin David Livingston Michael Barron John McLean Shaun Real Kevin Stevens Chris Stapleton John Devereaux David Buckley David Emma Jeff O’Neill David Pergola Mark Dennehy Jason Rathbone Ron Pascucci Don Chase Jim Krayer Tom Ashe Joe Harney David Wainwright Brian Gionta Jamie O’Leary Brendan Buckley Bobby Allen Scott Clemmensen Marty Hughes Rob Scuderi Ales Dolinar Jeff Giuliano J.D. Forrest Ben Eaves Ryan Shannon Matti Kaltiainen Taylor Leahy Brian Boyle Peter Harrold Joe Rooney Mike Brennan Matt Greene Tim Filangieri Andrew Orpik Matt Lombardi Matt Price Brian Gibbons

Bernie Burke Award

Named in honor of Bernie Burke ’49, this award is given to the most outstanding fr eshman. Burke was a standout goaltender for the Eagles in the late 1940s. He later served a long tenure as the program’s freshman coach. 2002 Ryan Shannon 2003 Peter Harrold 2004 Joe Rooney 2005 Cory Schneider 2006 Benn Ferriero Brett Motherwell 2007 Ben Smith 2008 John Muse Joe Whitney 2009 Cam Atkinson 2010 Brian Dumoulin 2011 Bill Arnold

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CAREER RECORDS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Total Points

(includes all players with 100+ points) N ame Years GP G A 1. David Emma 1987-91 147 112 127 2. Brian Gionta 1997-2001 164 123 109 3. Scott Harlow 1982-86 149 105 118 4. Joe Mullen 1975-79 110 110 102 5. Richie Smith 1972-76 110 94 104 6. Dan Shea 1984-88 155 66 124 Jeff Farkas 1996-2000 159 88 102 8. Tim Sheehy 1967-70 80 74 111 9. Paul Barrett 1974-78 121 78 99 10. Bob Ferriter 1973-77 115 66 108 Blake Bellefeuille 1996-2000 159 78 96 12. Kevin Stevens 1983-87 158 71 99 13. Ben Eaves 2000-04 116 53 116 14. Tony Voce 2000-04 160 90 77 15. Bill Army 1976-80 121 64 100 Brian Gibbons 2007-11 160 56 108 17. Billy O’Dwyer 1978-82 124 64 98 Doug Brown 1982-86 143 73 89 Marty Reasoner 1995-98 111 69 93 20. Steve Heinze 1988-91 116 74 85 21. Mike Mottau 1996-2000 163 27 130 22. Ken Hodge 1984-87 99 60 94 23. John Cunniff 1963-66 75 71 82 Billy Daley 1958-61 78 76 77 25. Tim Sweeney 1985-89 127 77 75 Bob Sweeney 1982-86 138 78 74 27. Ed Kenty 1970-73 81 79 71 Ryan Shannon 2001-05 154 51 99 29. Marty McInnis 1988-91 118 58 84 Joe Whitney 2007-11 161 40 102 31. Brian Boyle 2003-07 159 65 75 32. Benn Ferriero 2005-09 165 64 75 33. Jack Mulhern 1948-51 59 64 72 34. Tom Mellor 1969-71 1972-73 81 37 98 35. Tom Martin 1959-61 78 23 111 Jerry York 1964-67 81 64 70 Jack Leetch 1960-63 84 62 72 38. Nathan Gerbe 2005-08 123 71 62 39. Paul Hurley 1965-67 1968-69 81 55 77 Bob Reardon 1970-73 83 57 76 41. David Hymovitz 1992-96 144 72 58 Billy Hogan 1960-63 84 58 72 43. Phil Dyer 1963-66 81 42 86 44. Ed Rauseo 1980-84 126 48 78 45. Ray Chaisson 1939-41 32 62 63 Kevin Ahearn 1967-70 82 45 80 47. Cam Atkinson 2008-11 117 68 56 48. Warren Lewis 1946-50 54 65 57 Marc Beran 1989-93 150 55 67 Chris Collins 2002-06 162 63 59 Ben Smith 2006-10 165 57 65 52. Mike Lephart 1997-2001 160 54 67 David Franzosa 1988-92 139 42 79 Greg Brown 1986-87 1988-90 119 24 96

PTS 239 232 223 212 198 190 190 185 177 174 174 170 169 167 164 164 162 162 162 159 157 154 153 153 152 152 150 150 142 142 140 139 136

HT 4 9 8 7 7 0 5 4 1 2 2 2 0 5 1 1 1 1 1 4 0 2 6 7 3 3 1 0 3 0 2 1 6

135 134 134 134 133

0 0 2 2 3

132 132 130 130 128 126 125 125 124 122 122 122 122 121 121

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

120

0

Tim Sheehy 55. 56. 57. 58. 59.

62. 63. 64.

68. 69.

72.

Lee Blossom 1979-83 Mike Ewanouski 1977-81 Jeff Giuliano 1998-2002 Ryan Haggerty 1991-95 Bobby Allen 1997-2001 Craig Janney 1985-87 Brock Bradford 2005-09 Len Ceglarski 1948-51 Patrick Eaves 2002-05 Paul Schilling 1967-70 Jim Mullen 1963-66 Paul Hammer 1977-81 Jack Callahan 1990-94 Dan Bertram 2004-08 John Pryor 1938-41 Joe Augustine 1975-78 John Joyce 1990-94 Michael Spalla 1990-94 Dave Spina 2001-05

111 116 166 137 167 71 125 52 84 61 86 125 139 161 48 93 128 141 137

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58 51 40 58 25 41 53 49 47 51 60 55 59 37 56 27 38 24 49

60 65 74 55 85 69 57 59 60 55 46 51 47 68 48 77 66 79 54

118 116 114 113 110 110 110 108 107 106 106 106 106 105 104 104 104 103 103

3 1 0 2 0 0 1 3 1 1 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 79


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CAREER RECORDS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Goals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18.

21. 22. 23. 25. 27.

32. 33. 35. 37. 38.

42. 44. 45. 47. 48. 49.

(includes all players with 50+ goals) Name Years G Brian Gionta 1997-2001 123 David Emma 1987-91 112 Joe Mullen 1975-79 110 Scott Harlow 1982-86 105 Richie Smith 1972-76 94 Tony Voce 2000-04 90 Jeff Farkas 1996-2000 88 Ed Kenty 1970-73 79 Blake Bellefeuille 1996-2000 78 Paul Barrett 1974-78 78 Bob Sweeney 1982-86 78 Tim Sweeney 1985-89 77 Billy Daley 1959-61 76 Steve Heinze 1988-91 74 Tim Sheehy 1967-70 74 Doug Brown 1982-86 73 David Hymovitz 1992-96 72 John Cunniff 1963-66 71 Kevin Stevens 1983-87 71 Nathan Gerbe 2005-08 71 Marty Reasoner 1995-98 69 Cam Atkinson 2008-11 68 Bob Ferriter 1973-77 66 Dan Shea 1983-87 66 Warren Lewis 1946-50 65 Brian Boyle 2003-07 65 Bill Army 1976-80 64 Billy O’Dwyer 1978-82 64 Jack Mulhern 1948-51 64 Jerry York 1964-67 64 Benn Ferriero 2005-09 64 Chris Collins 2002-06 63 Jack Leetch 1960-63 62 Ray Chaisson 1939-41 62 Ken Hodge 1984-87 60 Jim Mullen 1963-66 60 Jack Callahan 1990-94 59 Ryan Haggerty 1991-95 58 Marty McInnis 1988-91 58 Billy Hogan 1960-63 58 Lee Blossom 1979-83 58 Bob Reardon 1970-73 57 Ben Smith 2006-10 57 Brian Gibbons 2007-11 56 Paul Hurley 1965-67 & 1968-69 55 Marc Beran 1989-93 55 Mike Lephart 1997-2001 54 Brian Callahan 1993-97 54 Ben Eaves 2000-04 53 Mike Ewanouski 1977-81 51 Ryan Shannon 2001-05 51

Hat Tricks

Name 1. Brian Gionta 2. Ray Chaisson Warren Lewis

80

34. 35.

39. 40.

43. 45. 46.

Scott Harlow 5. Billy Daley Richie Smith Joe Mullen 8. Jack Mulhern John Cunniff Paul Hurley

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 11. 12.

15. 16.

19. Years 1997-2001 1939-41 1946-50

HT 9 8 8

48. 49.

Richie Smith

21. 23.

1982-86 1958-61 1972-76 1975-79 1948-51 1963-66 1965-69

8 7 7 7 6 6 6

(Includes all players with 70+ assists) Name Years A Mike Mottau 1996-2000 130 David Emma 1987-91 127 Dan Shea 1983-87 124 Scott Harlow 1982-86 118 Ben Eaves 2000-04 116 Tim Sheehy 1967-70 111 Tom Martin 1959-61 111 Brian Gionta 1997-2001 109 Bob Ferriter 1973-77 108 Brian Gibbons 2007-11 108 Richie Smith 1972-76 104 Jeff Farkas 1996-2000 102 Joe Whitney 2007-11 102 Joe Mullen 1975-79 102 Bill Army 1976-80 100 Paul Barrett 1974-78 99 Ryan Shannon 2001-05 99 Kevin Stevens 1983-87 99 Billy O’Dwyer 1978-82 98 Tom Mellor 1969-73 98 Blake Bellefeuille 1996-2000 96 Greg Brown 1986-87 & 1988-90 96 Ken Hodge 1984-87 94

Marty Reasoner Doug Brown Phil Dyer Bobby Allen Steve Heinze Marty McInnis John Cunniff Kevin Ahearn David Franzosa Michael Spalla Ed Rauseo Tony Voce Bill Daley Paul Hurley Joe Augustine Bob Reardon Tim Sweeney Brian Boyle Benn Ferriero Jeff Giuliano Bob Sweeney J.D. Forrest Jack Mulhern Jack Leetch Ed Kenty Jerry York

Games Played 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

13. 15.

19.

23. 25.

29.

Name Rob Scuderi Mike Brennan Bobby Allen Jeff Giuliano Mike Lephart Brian Gionta Benn Ferriero Ben Smith Mike Mottau Kevin Caulfield Chris Collins Matt Greene Dan Bertram Joe Whitney Ales Dolinar Brian Gibbons Marty Hughes Tony Voce Brett Peterson Jeff Farkas Blake Bellefeuille Brian Boyle Kevin Stevens Brendan Buckley Matt Mulhern Joe Rooney Tim Filangieri Carl Sneep Ryan Murphy Peter Harrold

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1995-98 1982-86 1963-66 1997-2001 1988-91 1988-91 1963-66 1967-70 1988-92 1990-94 1980-84 2000-04 1959-61 1965-69 1975-78 1970-73 1985-89 2003-07 2005-09 1998-2002 1982-86 2000-04 1948-51 1960-63 1970-73 1964-67

93 89 86 85 85 84 82 80 79 79 78 77 77 77 77 76 75 75 75 74 74 73 72 72 71 70

Years 1997-2001 2004-08 1997-2001 1998-2002 1997-2001 1997-2001 2005-09 2006-10 1996-2000 1996-2000 2002-06 2004-08 2004-08 2007-11 1998-2002 2007-11 1997-2001 2000-04 2000-04 1996-2000 1996-2000 2003-07 1983-87 1995-99 1995-99 2003-07 2005-09 2006-10 2001-05 2002-06

GP 169 168 167 166 164 164 165 165 163 162 162 162 161 161 160 160 160 160 159 159 159 159 158 158 157 157 157 157 156 156


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CAREER RECORDS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY 31. Dan Shea Andrew Orpik 33. Ryan Shannon 34. Jeff O’Neill 35. Stephen Gionta 36. Andy Powers Marc Beran Ned Havern 39. Andrew Alberts Bill Cass Chris Masters Scott Harlow Ken Hemenway 44. David Emma Ron Pascucci Matt Price

1984-88 2005-09 2001-05 1986-90 2002-06 1995-99 1989-93 2001-05 2001-05 1999-2003 1995-99 1982-86 1994-98 1986-90 1989-93 2006-10

155 155 154 152 151 150 150 150 149 149 149 149 149 147 147 147

Goals Against Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

(Post 1932) Name Years Matti Kaltiainen 2001-05 Cory Schneider 2004-07 John Muse 2007-11 Scott Clemmensen 1997-2001 Tim Kelleher 1999-2003 George McPhee 1966-67

Shutouts

Name Cory Schneider Scott Clemmensen John Muse Jack Fitzgerald Matti Kaltiainen 6. Joe Carroll 1. 2. 3. 4.

Years 2004-07 1997-2001 2007-11 1922-25 2001-05 1951-54

Goalie Wins

GAA 2.04 2.09 2.40 2.52 2.62 2.73

SO 15 13 12 8 8 6

Name Years 1. Scott Clemmensen 1997-2001 2. John Muse 2007-11 3. Matti Kaltiainen 2001-05 Cory Schneider 2004-07 5. Scott Gordon 1982-86 6. Paul Skidmore 1975-79 7. Greg Taylor 1993-97 Jim Logue 1958-61 9. David Littman 1985-89 10. Bernie Burke 1946-49 11. Scott LaGrand 1989-92 12 Chuck D’Entremont 1953-56

W 99 89 66 66 64 55 53 53 50 45 40 39

Saves Leaders

1. John Muse Years Games 2007-08 44 2008-09 37 2009-10 29 2010-11 34 Totals 144

Saves 1171 961 697 943 3,696

2. Greg Taylor Years Games 1993-94 35 1994-95 32 1995-96 34 1996-97 29 Totals 130

Saves 1,024 891 957 733 3,605

3. Scott Clemmensen Years Games Saves 1997-98 37 777 1998-99 42 953 1999-2000 28 629 2000-01 39 875 Totals 146 3,234 4. Scott Gordon Years Games 1982-83 9 1983-84 35 1984-85 36 1985-86 32 Totals 112

Saves 201 954 1,048 852 3,055

5. Paul Skidmore Years Games 1975-76 27 1976-77 25 1977-78 25 1978-79 18 Totals 95

Saves 810 714 704 533 2,761 Scott Clemmensen

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Total Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 10.

14.

Craig Janney David Emma Scott Harlow Billy Daley Tim Sweeney Marty Reasoner David Emma Scott Harlow Kevin Stevens Tim Sheehy Joe Mullen Doug Brown Nathan Gerbe Ray Chaisson John Cunniff Jerry York

Goals

1. David Emma Scott Harlow 3. Doug Brown 4. David Emma Kevin Stevens Nathan Gerbe 7. Scott Harlow Joe Mullen Jack Mulhern Chris Collins 11. Brian Gionta Brian Gionta Marty Reasoner Ray Chaisson Billy Daley 16. Jeff Farkas Jeff Farkas Bob Sweeney Joe Mullen Paul Hurley

Hat Tricks

1. Scott Harlow Paul Hurley 3. Billy Daley Jack Mulhern Ray Chaisson

1986-87 1990-91 1985-86 1960-61 1988-89 1997-98 1989-90 1984-85 1986-87 1969-70 1977-78 1984-85 2007-08 1939-40 1964-65 1966-67

83 81 79 74 73 73 72 72 70 68 68 68 68 67 67 67

1989-90 1985-86 1984-85 1990-91 1986-87 2007-08 1984-85 1977-78 1948-49 2005-06 2000-01 1999-2000 1997-98 1939-40 1960-61 1999-2000 1998-99 1984-85 1978-79 1966-67

38 38 37 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32

1985-86 1966-67 1960-61 1949-50 1940-41

6 6 5 5 5

Billy Daley ’61 recorded five hat tricks in 1960-61. 9. Billy Daley Jerry York Tim Sheehy Scott Harlow 13. Billy Hogan Tim Sheehy Doug Brown Marty Reasoner Joe Whitney

1960-61 1966-67 1968-69 1985-86 1962-63 1969-70 1985-86 1997-98 2007-08

Goaltending Saves 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

John Muse Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Scott Gordon Greg Taylor John Muse Greg Taylor Scott Gordon Scott Clemmensen David Littman David Littman

2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 1984-85 1993-94 2008-09 1995-96 1983-84 1998-99 1988-89 1987-88

Goaltending Shutouts Games Played

1. Doug Brown David Livingston

Assists

1. Craig Janney 2. David Emma 3. Tom Mellor Dan Shea 5. Dom Campedelli Ken Hodge Tim Sweeney 8. Phil Dyer

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1984-85 1984-85

45 45

1986-87 1990-91 1972-73 1986-87 1984-85 1984-85 1988-89 1964-65

55 46 45 45 44 44 44 43

1. 2. 3. 4.

Cory Schneider 2005-06 Cory Schneider 2006-07 Scott Clemmensen 1999-2000 Matti Kaltiainen 2003-04 Scott Clemmensen 1997-98 6. Scott Clemmensen 2000-01 Jack Fitzgerald 1922-23 Jack Fitzgerald 1924-25 Joe Carroll 1952-53 Charlie Driscoll 1961-62 George McPhee 1966-67

41 41 41 41 40 40 40 40 40

1,171 1,111 1,088 1,048 1,024 961 957 954 953 912 912

Goals-Against Average

(Post-1932, minimum of 15 games played) 1. Matti Kaltiainen 2003-04 2. Matti Kaltiainen 2004-05 3. Cory Schneider 2004-05 4. Tim Kelleher 1999-2000 5. Cory Schneider 2005-06 6. Scott Clemmensen 2000-01 7. Cory Schneider 2006-07 8. Jim Logue 1960-61 9. Scott Clemmensen 1999-2000 John Muse 2007-08

1.76 1.80 1.90 2.02 2.04 2.12 2.15 2.17 2.20 2.20

8 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 Jim Logue (left), pictured here with teammate Glen Crosby, registered a 2.17 GAA in 1960-61.

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SINGLE-SEASON SUPERLATIVES 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Senior Superlatives

Sophomore Superlatives

GOALS PLAYER 1. Scott Harlow 2. David Emma Kevin Stevens 4. Chris Collins 5. Ray Chaisson Brian Gionta

YEAR 1985-86 1990-91 1986-87 2005-06 1939-40 2000-01

GOALS 38 35 35 34 33 33

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. David Emma 2. Tom Mellor 3. Tim Sweeney 4. Scott Harlow Jerry York

YEAR 1990-91 1972-73 1988-89 1985-86 1966-67

ASSISTS 46 45 44 41 41

POINTS PLAYER 1. David Emma 2. Scott Harlow 3. Tim Sweeney 4. Kevin Stevens 5. Tim Sheehy

YEAR 1990-91 1985-86 1988-89 1986-87 1969-70

POINTS 81 79 73 70 68

Junior Superlatives

GOALS PLAYER 1. David Emma 2. Doug Brown 3. Nathan Gerbe 4. Scott Harlow Joe Mullen

YEAR 1989-90 1984-85 2007-08 1984-85 1977-78

GOALS 38 37 35 34 34

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. Dan Shea 2. Dominic Campedelli 3. Phil Dyer 4. Tim Sheehy 5. Marty Reasoner

YEAR 1986-87 1984-85 1964-65 1968-69 1997-98

ASSISTS 45 44 43 41 40

POINTS PLAYER 1. Marty Reasoner 2. David Emma Scott Harlow 4. Doug Brown Joe Mullen Nathan Gerbe

YEAR 1997-98 1989-90 1984-85 1984-85 1977-78 2007-08

POINTS 73 72 72 68 68 68

GOALS PLAYER 1. Jack Mulhern 2. Ray Chaisson 3. Tim Sweeney 4. Cam Atkinson 5. Craig Janney Joe Mullen

YEAR 1948-49 1939-40 1986-87 2009-10 1986-87 1976-77

GOALS 34 33 31 30 28 28

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. Craig Janney 2. Bill Army 3. Steve Heinze Mike Mottau 5. Ray Chaisson Greg Brown

YEAR 1986-87 1977-79 1989-90 1997-98 1939-40 1988-89

ASSISTS 55 38 36 36 34 34

POINTS PLAYER 1. Craig Janney 2. Ray Chaisson 3. Jack Mulhern 4. Steve Heinze 5. Brian Gionta Bill Army

YEAR 1986-87 1939-40 1948-49 1989-90 1998-99 1977-78

POINTS 83 67 65 63 60 60

Ken Hodge

Freshman Superlatives

GOALS PLAYER 1. Brian Gionta 2. Chuck Kobasew Richie Smith 4. Steve Heinze 5. Ken Hodge

YEAR 1997-98 2000-01 1972-73 1988-89 1984-85

GOALS 30 27 27 26 20

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. Ken Hodge 2. Joe Whitney 3. Brian Leetch 4. Brian Gionta 5. Richie Smith

YEAR 1984-85 2007-08 1986-87 1997-98 1972-73

ASSISTS 44 40 38 32 31

POINTS PLAYER 1. Ken Hodge 2. Brian Gionta 3. Richie Smith 4. Joe Whitney 5. Steve Heinze Chuck Kobasew

YEAR 1984-85 1997-98 1972-73 2007-08 1988-89 2000-01

POINTS 64 62 58 51 49 49

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Single-Season Team Records

Most Games Played Most Victories Most Home Victories Most Road Victories Most Losses Most Home Losses Most Road Losses Most Ties Most Overtime Games Most Overtime Victories Most Overtime Losses Highest Winning Pct. Lowest Winning Pct. Most Goals Scored Most Goals Allowed Most Assists Most Total Points Most Power-Play Goals Most Shorthanded Goals Most Penalty Minutes Most Saves Most Shutouts

1984-85 2000-01 1989-90 1979-80, 1984-85 1992-93 1994-95 1987-88 2007-08 2007-08 1983-84 1984-85 1948-49 1933-34 1984-85 1992-93 1984-85 1984-85 1997-98 1986-87, 1988-89 1996-97 1984-85 2005-06

45 33 18 13 24 12 13 8 14 6 5 .955 (21-1) .277 (2-6-1) 240 187 397 637 61 15 930 1,343 8

Miscellaneous Team Records Longest Unbeaten Streak . . . . . . . . . .22 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2/1/49-2/7/50 Longest Home Unbeaten Streak . . . .18 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/25/90-2/17/91 Longest Road Unbeaten Streak . . . . .10 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11/10/84-2/23/85 Longest Winning Streak . . . . . . . . . .22 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2/1/49-2/7/50 Longest Home Winning Streak . . . . .18 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/25/90-2/17/91 Longest Road Winning Streak . . . . . .10 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11/30/84-2/23/85 Longest Losing Streak . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Games . . . . . .Most Recent; 2/10/95-2/26/95 Longest Home Losing Streak . . . . . .4 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/30/70-1/26/71 Longest Road Losing Streak . . . . . . .6 Games . . . . . .Most Recent; 1/11/02-1/27/02 Longest Scoring Streak . . . . . . . . . . .189 Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11/15/83-2/1/88 Most 20-Goal Scorers in a Season . . .5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87 (Kevin Stevens, Tim Sweeney, Ken Hodge, Craig Janney, Dan Shea)

Single-Game Individual Records

MOST GOALS John Pryor 12/27/39 vs. Cornell Thirteen players tied with five goals in one game

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MOST ASSISTS Jack Mulhern 12/13/48 vs. Ft. Devens Seven players tied with six assists in one game

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MOST POINTS Ray Chaisson John Pryor Jack Mulhern MOST SAVES Tim Ready Al Pitts Greg Taylor Al Pitts Tim Ready

12/27/39 vs. Cornell 12/27/39 vs. Cornell 12/13/48 vs. Ft. Devens

11 11 10

2/11/36 vs. Princeton 2/26/58 vs. Boston Univ. 1/12/96 vs. Boston Univ. 1/20/58 vs. Boston Univ. 2/4/39 vs. Boston Univ.

82 63 61 61 61

Single-Game Team Records

MOST GOALS SCORED 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/27/39 vs. Cornell MOST GOALS ALLOWED 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12/18/71 vs. Notre Dame 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/11/54 vs. Minnesota 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1/12/43 vs. Dartmouth

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1999 RETIREMENT CEREMONY 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Between periods of the Feb. 20, 1999, game against New Hampshir e, three former Eagles were on hand to have their jerseys r etired by Boston College Director of Athletics Gene DeFilippo (far left). All thr ee men have made significant contributions to the Boston College hockey program both on-and-off the ice. The jerseys of Edward “Butch” Songin (represented in this photo by his brother, Walter, second from left), Jim Logue and Joe Mullen will hang above the rafters of Kelley Rink for ever.

Jim Logue • Three-year letterwinner, served as BC’ s top goaltender from 1959-1961. • Earned All-America honors in 1959. • Was named MVP of the Beanpot in 1959. • Enjoyed a terrific post-BC car eer, playing on the U.S. National team for seven years; was the United States’ man between the pipes during the 1968 Olympic Games in Grenoble, France. • Currently in his 19th season as an assistant coach at Boston College; has pr eviously coached at Merrimack College, Salem State College and North Andover High School. • Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1985.

Edward “Butch” Songin • Member of the school’ s national championship team in 1948-49. • Hard-checking defenseman who twice earned All-America accolades. • Finished BC career with 77 points — 33 goals and 44 assists — in 63 games played. • Was a two-sport athlete on the Heights, playing football as well. • Quarterbacked the football team, thr owing for 2,534 yards and 24 TDs. • Later starred for the Boston Patriots. • Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1970.

Joe Mullen • Played for the Eagles from 1975-79. • Two-time All-America, All-New England and All-East selection. • Member of BC’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame, an honor he attained in 1998. • All-time leading American-born point scorer in NHL history (1,063 points). • First American-born player to score 500 NHL goals. • NHL first-team All Star in 1988-89. • Member of three Stanley Cup titlists (Calgary in 1989, Pittsburgh in 1991 and 1992).

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John A. “Snooks” Kelley • Legendary coach guided the Eagles to a 501-243-15 mark in his 36-year career. • Led the Eagles to the 1949 national championship over Dartmouth and Boston College became the first Eastern team to win the title. • Became the first college coach to accumulate 500 victories; reached the milestone in a 7-5 victory over crosstown rival Boston University on Feb. 23, 1972. • Earned nine NCAA Tournament and ECAC Division I berths. • Won eight New England Championships and eight Beanpot titles. • Charter member of the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame (1970). • Received the NHL’s Lester Patrick Award in 1972 for his “outstanding ser vice to hockey in the United States” and was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.

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Tom “Red” Martin • Starred on the Eagles’ blueline fr om 1959 to 1961; captained the team during the 1960-61 season. • Ranks 33rd on BC’s career scoring list, second among defensemen, with 23 goals and 111 assists in 78 career games; ranks sixth in career assists. • A two-time All-America selection; a thr eetime All-East and All-New England pick. • Twice earned All-East Outstanding Defenseman honors. • Earned the prestigious Walter Brown Award in 1961 — the awar d honors the top American-born hockey player in N ew England. • Member of the 1964 United States Olympic team. • N amed to the All-Boston Gar den Beanpot Team.

Ray Chaisson • Posted 125 car eer points (62 goals and 63 assists) in just 32 games, a 3.91 points-per game average. • Member of the 1939-40 and 1940-41 Boston College teams. • Ranks 32nd on BC’s career goals list; played in fewer games than anyone else on the list. • His mark of eight career hat tricks ranks second in the Eagle record books. • Holds the Boston College r ecord for most points scored in one game with 11 — set Dec. 27, 1939, against Cornell. • Scored 67 points in 18 games during the 1939-40 season.

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2001 RETIREMENT CEREMONY 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Director of Athletics Gene DeFilippo (left) presents a jersey to David Emma. At the Eagles’ Feb. 23, 2001, game against UMass-A mherst, Boston College raised Emma’s No. 16 to the Kelley Rink rafters. Emma, who won the Hobey Baker A ward, was the first player in BC hockey history to have his number retired.

David Emma

• Played for the Eagles from 1987-91. • 1991 Hobey Baker Award recipient. • Two-time All-America selection, 1989-90 and 1990-91. • 1991 recipient of the Walter Brown Award as the best American-born player in New England. • Boston College’s career scoring leader with 239 points. • Two-time Hockey East scoring leader.

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2002 RETIREMENT CEREMONY 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

On Jan. 18, 2002, Boston College recognized two former hockey greats by raising their jerseys to the Kelley Rink rafters. Billy Daley (left) and John Cunniff (right) joined Boston College Director of Athletics Gene DeFilippo on the ice for the cer emony.

Billy Daley

• Played for the Eagles from 1958-61. • Served as the Eagles’ assistant coach under Snooks Kelley from 1966-72. • Registered 153 points — 76 goals and 77 assists — in 78 collegiate games. • Graduated as Boston College’s career scoring leader; currently ranks 22nd on the list. • Led BC in scoring in two of his thr ee varsity seasons; led the Eagles in goals all three years. • Tallied seven collegiate hat tricks. • Two-time All-East selection. • Played on two Beanpot championship teams.

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John Cunniff

• Played for the Eagles from 1963-66. • Registered 153 points — 71 goals and 82 assists — in 75 collegiate games. • Finished his career tied with Billy Daley as the school’s career scoring leader; currently ranks 22nd. • Tallied six collegiate hat tricks. • Two-time All-American, two-time All-East and three-time AllNew England selection. • 1966 recipient of the prestigious Walter Brown Award. • Two-time Beanpot MVP; member of the inaugural Beanpot Hall of Fame class (1996). • 1968 member of the U.S. Olympic Team; served as U.S. assistant coach in the 1998 and 2002 Olympics. • Served as head coach of the N HL ’s N ew Jersey Devils (1989-91). • Died on May 9, 2002.

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Len Ceglarski As a Player

• Played for John “Snooks” Kelley’s Eagles from 1948-51. • Was a member of BC’s first national championship team (1949); r egistered 34 points in 1948-49. • Served as team captain in 1950-51. • Finished his collegiate career with 108 points — 49 goals and 59 assists. • Recorded three career hat tricks, including a five-goal game (against For t Devens) on Dec. 13, 1948. • Also was a standout second baseman on BC’ s baseball team; teamed with Joe Morgan to form one of the best double-play tandems in New England in 1951.

As a Coach

• Served as BC’s head coach for 20 years (1972-92). • Recorded a 419-242-27 mark as the Eagles’ head coach. • In eight seasons, he led BC to six Hockey East regular-season titles and two Hockey East Tournament titles. • Led BC to four NCAA Fr ozen Fours, including one national title game (1978). • Earned two Spencer Penrose Trophies during his BC tenure — 1972-73 and 1984-85. • Prior to coming to Boston College, he spent 14 years (1958-72) as head coach at Clarkson, posting a 254-97-11 record; led Clarkson to four NCAA Frozen Fours. • Was inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1974. • Received the NHL’s Lester Patrick Award in 1990 for “outstanding service to hockey in the United States.” • Was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in Eveleth, Minn., on Oct. 17, 1992.

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Coach John “Snooks” Kelley (left), Bernie Burke (middle) and Norm Dailey .

Bernie Burke As a Player

• Played for John “Snooks” Kelley from 1946-49. • Arrived at BC in the fall of 1942, but shor tly thereafter enlisted in the U.S. Navy; served three years during World War II with a beach demolition unit. • Served as team captain for BC’ s first national championship team (1949); was the starting goaltender in all but one game that season. • Led the 1948-49 Eagles to a 21-1 record, marking the first 20-win season in school history. • Gained All-East honors in each of his thr ee varsity seasons. • Captain All-America honors in 1947-48. • Finished his career with an impressive 45 victories. • Member of the U.S. National T eam that competed in the 1950 W orld Championships in London, England.

As a Coach

• Served as assistant varsity coach at BC in 1950-51. • Served as BC’s freshman coach from 1951-71. • After 1971, he r eturned as assistant varsity coach, tutoring the pr ogram’s goaltenders; remained a member of the coaching staf f through the 1992-93 season.

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LEGENDS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

John A. “Snooks” Kelley ’28

Len Ceglarski ’51

Head Coach, 1932-42, 1946-72

Head Coach, 1972-92

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hen John A. “Snooks” Kelley as sumed control of the Boston College hockey program as a vol unteer coach in 1933, no one could have imag ined the im pact Kelley would have on BC and BC hockey. By the time he r etired, few could imag ine that anyone would gain mor e victories than Kelley. Even more remote was the pos sibility that any one would change the face of college hock ey more than he had. In fact, during his 60-year association with the university, Kelley’s personal dedication to the game had a great impact on many — his players, his assistant coaches and Boston Col lege hockey loy alists. For 36 years, Kelley presented winning teams — and teams that won with class — to the Boston area. A star player at Boston College High School, Kelley enrolled at Boston College. He ser ved as hockey team manager for thr ee years, befor e becoming a “playing manager” in his senior year . He also played thr ee years of baseball at the Heights. Five years after his 1928 grad uation, Kelley stopped play ing for the Boston Hockey Club and as sumed the duties of coach on a vol unteer basis. From this point right up until his retirement after the 1971-72 season, Kelley led the Eagles. Only the war years of 1942-46, when he served in the Navy, interrupted his coaching career. The high point of Kelley’ s career came in Mar ch 1949, when the Eagles downed Dar tmouth, 4-3, to captur e the N CAA T ournament championship. With this ac complishment, Boston College became the first Eastern team to win the event. Among the many stars that played on Kelley’s title team wer e Len Ceglarski, who ultimately suc ceeded Kelley as the Eagles’ head coach, and Bernie Burke, the team captain and a former Eagle as sistant coach. In addition to this title, Kelley’ s teams earned ber ths in eight other N CAA Tournaments and nine ECAC Division I playof fs, and won eight N ew England Cham pionships, one ECAC playoff crown and eight Beanpot Tournament titles. He also produced numerous All-Americans and U.S. Olympians. Kelley became the first coach in college hockey history to surpass the 500-victory plateau. On Feb. 23, 1972, Boston College downed Boston University, 7-5, at McHugh Fo rum, handing the coach his 500th win. He fin ished his car eer with a 501-243-15 mark. In 1959, Kelley won the Spencer Penr ose Award as college hockey’ s coach of the year. Kelley is a charter member of the Boston Col lege Varsity Club Hall of Fame (1970). He has also been inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame and in 1972 Kelley was presented the NHL’s Lester Patrick Award. It was a sad day for col lege hockey when Kelley passed away on April 10, 1986.

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fter 20 years behind the Bos ton College bench, Len Ceglarski decided to call it a ca reer. At the end of the 1991-92 season, the leg endary coach retired after 34 years as a col legiate head coach. He left the game as col lege hockey’s all-time winningest coach, but mor e importantly he left the game as a bet ter game. Known by many for his wins, he was recognized even more for his class and sportsmanship. No award or recognition could ever give Len Ceglarski his just reward. Yet, many have done their best to honor Ceglarski — the coach, the educator and the man. On Oct. 17, 1992, Ceglarski joined an elite group when he was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in Eveleth, Minn. In 1992, the dir ectors of Hockey East announced that the league would honor Ceglarski by naming its spor tsmanship award after him. In 1990, the N ational Hockey League awar ded Ceglarski the Lester Patrick Trophy. The award is presented to an in dividual for out standing contributions and dedication to the sport of ice hockey. Needless to say, Ceglarski is a member of the Boston College V arsity Club Hall of Fame. In addition to his coaching car eer, he was an AllAmerica hockey player who helped the Eagles cap ture the 1949 NCAA Championship. He captained the Eagles as a senior in 1950-51. Ceglarski also was a standout second baseman on the Eagles’ baseball team, teaming with former Red Sox manager Joe Mor gan to form one of the best double-play tandems in New England in 1951. Ceglarski completed his career as college hockey’s all-time winningest coach. His final record was 673-339-38. Ceglarski spent 14 years as head coach at Clarkson (1958-72), r ecording a 254-97-11 mark. He r eturned to his alma mater prior to the 1972-73 season. In 20 seasons as the Eagles’ head coach, he recorded a 419-242-27 mark. In his time behind the bench, Ceglarski earned three Spencer Penrose Trophies (as the national coach of the year — 1965-66, 1972-73 and 1984-85). He led his teams to eight N CAA Fr ozen Fours, four N CAA title games, six Hockey East r egular-season championships (in eight years) and two Hockey East Tournament titles.

The Lester Patrick Trophy

Year 1972 1990 1995 2007 2010

Recipient . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John A. “Snooks” Kelley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Len Ceglarski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joe Mullen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian Leetch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jerry York Note: The Lester Patrick Trophy is given an nually for “outstanding service to hockey in the United States.”

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Brian Leetch ’87 (BC: 1986-87; NHL: 1987-2006)

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y the time Brian Leetch of ficially announced his r etirement from professional hockey on May 24, 2007, ther e wasn’t a hockey fan on earth who didn’t recognize — and often r evere — the hockey talents of this stellar blueliner. The next day, the New York Times reported on his announcement “of ficially ending the 18-year career of ar guably the best American-born player in N HL history .” That same day , the Boston Globe labeled Leetch “per haps the most dynamic-skating US-born defenseman in NHL history.” For those who knew Leetch and saw him play as a teenager , the Cheshire, Conn., pr oduct’s great success didn’t come as a complete surprise. He began his high-school car eer at Cheshir e High School, before moving on to finish that part of his education at Avon (Conn.) Old Farms. Leetch then began his collegiate car eer at Boston College. BC was attractive to Leetch for many r easons; most notably that his father , Jack, had played thr ee years (1960-63) at the Heights for legendary coach John A. “Snooks” Kelley . Jack Leetch captur ed All-America honors in his final season. Brian made his own name, however — in just one season. As a freshman, he earned All-America first-team honors and All-N ew England honors. After tallying 47 points — nine goals and 38 assists — in 37 games, Leetch was honored as the 1987 recipient of the Walter Brown Award, which is given annually to the top American-born player in N ew England. He also gained team MVP honors — pr etty impressive on a r oster that included futur e N HL notables Kevin Stevens, Greg Brown, Ken Hodge, Craig Janney and Tim Sweeney. Leetch’s next stop was with the U.S. Olympic T eam. After months of training and exhibitions (including a game against his former BC teammates), he competed with T eam USA in the 1988 Olympic Games in Calgary. Later in his car eer, he’d twice mor e represent his country in the Olympic Games (1998 and 2002). After playing in the first of his thr ee Olympics, Leetch made his professional debut with the N ew Y ork Rangers on Feb. 29, 1988, against St. Louis in Madison Square Garden. He played 17 games with

the Blueshirts that year , giving fans in the W orld’s Most Famous Arena a taste of what was to come. He made an enormous impact in his official rookie season — 1988-89 — tallying 23 goals and 48 assists in 68 games. At year’ s end, he was awarded the Calder Trophy as the league’s rookie of the year. His career continued to blossom and thr ee years later Leetch captured the N orris T rophy as the league’ s best defenseman. He had recorded 102 points — 22 goals and a team-r ecord 80 assists — in 80 games in 1991-92. Yet, the Rangers missed the playof fs. In 1993-94, Leetch took yet another step. He scor ed a career-best 23 goals that season, and led the N ew Y ork Rangers to their first Stanley Cup title since 1940. In the postseason, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native tallied 34 points — 11 goals and 23 assists — in 23 games. He gained the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player of the playoffs. An 11-time All-Star (he missed two because of injury), Leetch enjoyed many more N HL highlights, including ser ving three years as the Rangers team captain and gaining a second Norris T rophy for his play during the 1996-97 season. Leetch was traded to Toronto on March 3, 2004. He played 15 games with the Maple Leafs, and then finished his career by playing 61 games with the Boston Bruins in 2005-06. During his last trip to Madison Square Garden — as a member of the Bruins — Leetch was gr eeted with a standing ovation as he stood on the blueline prior to t he game.

Leetch’s Accomplishments

• Member of New York Rangers’ Stanley Cup team in 1994. • Only American to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as the postseason MVP (1994). • An 11-time All-Star selection; missed two games because of injury. • Norris Trophy winner (top defenseman) in 1991-92 and 1996-97. • Calder Trophy winner (rookie of the year) in 1988-89. • Rangers team captain from Oct. 3, 1997 to July 12, 2000. • Six-time Rangers team MVP. • Represented the United States in three Olympic Games (1988, 1998 and 2002). • Finished his career with 1,028 points in 1,205 games. • Was elected to the USA Hockey Hall in August 2008; the induction ceremony was held on Oct. 11, 2008, in Denver , Colo. • Was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in June 2009.

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Joe Mullen ’79 (BC: 1975-79; NHL: 1979-97)

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ne of the top American-born players ever to play in the N ational Hockey League, Joe Mullen, ’79, retired after the 1996-97 season following a highly successful pr ofessional career spanning 18 sea sons with four dif ferent organizations. His professional achievements were recognized in June 2000 when he was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in the players’ category. The induction ceremony was held on Nov. 13, 2000, in Toronto. A member of thr ee Stanley Cup teams (Calgary in 1989 and Pittsburgh in 1991 and 1992), Mullen is the all-time leading American point scorer with 1,063 points (502 goals, 561 assists). The first U.S. born player to scor e 1,000 points in the NHL, Mullen also became the first American to score 500 career goals (March 14, 1997 vs. Colorado). A native of N ew Y ork City’s Hell’s Kitchen, the highly r ecruited Mullen came to the Heights in 1975 after playing for the W est Side Jets, a powerhouse in the fast-paced New York Metropolitan League. In the next four years, Mullen starred for the Eagles under the tutelage of legendary head coach Len Ceglarski, leading BC to thr ee playoff appearances and a 73-48 (.617 pct.) r ecord. Finishing his collegiate car eer with 212 points, which cur rently ranks him four th on the all-time list, Mullen was a member of four winning teams, including a 1977-78 Eagle squad that made it to the NCAA Tournament after winning the ECAC Championship. In that memorable season, Mullen led the Eagles in scoring with 68 points (34 goals, 34 assists). The 68-point total ranks as the 10thhighest scoring output in the hockey pr ogram’s 75 seasons. Among his many collegiate accolades, Mullen was a two-time AllEast, All-New England and All-America selection. At the conclusion of his junior season, Mullen earned the W alter Brown Award, given annually to the most outstanding American-born col legiate player in New England. After three seasons with Salt Lake City in the Central Hockey League, Mullen joined the N HL ’s St. Louis Blues, the team that had signed him in August 1979. Mullen played thr ee seasons with the Blues before being traded to Calgary on Feb. 1, 1986. It was in Calgary where Mullen became a su perstar. In his first full season with the Flames, Mullen scor ed 87 points, including 47 goals, a record for American-born players. Two seasons later in 1988-89, Mullen totaled 110 points (51 goals, 59 assists) for the Stanley Cup champions and captured NHL First-Team All-Star honors. In addition, he was awar ded the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for “gen tlemanly play” for the sec ond time in three seasons. Mullen was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins prior to the 1990-91 season and added two mor e Stanley Cup rings to his al ready impressive list of hardware. Mullen signed with Boston in 1995-96. After one season with the Bruins, Mullen r eturned to Pittsburgh to com plete a memorable professional career. Mullen was one of three former BC players to have his jersey retired in a ceremony on Feb. 20, 1999, between periods of the Eagles’ game against New Hampshire.

Mullen’s Accomplishments

• Member of three Stanley Cup teams (Calgary in 1989, Pittsbur gh in 1991 and 1992). • All-time leading American-born point-scorer with 1,063 points (502 goals, 561 assists). • First American-born player to score 500 goals. • Is 45th all-time with 106 playof f points (60 goals, 46 assists). • Won Lady Byng Trophy two times (1986-87, 1988-89). • Named NHL First-Team All-Star (1988-89). • NHL Plus/Minus Leader (1988-89). • Played in the 1989 and 1990 NHL All-Star Games. • Competed for Team USA in the 1984, 1987, and 1991 Canada Cup Tournaments. • Was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in June 2000; the induction ceremony was held on Nov. 13, 2000, in Toronto.

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David Emma (1987-91) 1991 Hobey Baker Award 1992 U.S. Olympic Team member

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n March 30, 1991, David Emma was awarded the 11th annual Hobey Bak er Award in St. Paul, Minn. On that day, he was recognized as Amer ica’s best col legiate hockey player. The prestigious award was an ap propriate ending to Emma’s Boston Col lege hockey career. However, it was long before this cold March night that those familiar with the Eagles’ hockey program knew of Emma and his tal ents. Indeed, Emma had been a star for four years. He com pleted his col legiate career as the school’s career scoring leader — topping the list in points, goals and assists. Emma came to Boston College in the fall of 1987 after earning all-state honors as a junior and senior at Rhode Island’s Bishop Hendricken High School. He wasted no time in making his impact felt. As a fr eshman, the 5-9 center earned Hockey East All-Fr eshman honors, tallying 19 goals and 16 assists in his first campaign. Included among his goals wer e a team-high eight power-play goals and four game-winning goals. In addition, Emma notched the team’ s only hat trick of the 1987-88 season, scoring three goals, including the game winner , in a 6-5 victory over Lowell on Feb. 5, 1988. In his sophomore season, Emma picked up the pace, tal lying 20 goals and 31 assists and earning second team All-Hockey East accolades. For the second con secutive year, the Cranston, R.I., r esident missed some Eagles games while playing with the U.S. team in the W orld Junior

Championships in Anchorage, Alaska. Emma was one of only two players to return from the 1988 team that traveled to Moscow. As a junior, Emma continued his pr ogress and emerged as one of the nation’s best players. Earning All-Hockey East, All-New England and AllAmerica honors, the center was one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award. Emma became the four th Boston College player to win the Hockey East scoring title. In 21 league games, he totaled 21 goals and 22 assists. In 42 games overall, Emma scored 38 goals, tying Scott Harlow’s single-season record set in 1985-86, and added 34 assists. He scor ed the game-winning goal in BC’ s 4-3 Hockey East T ournament title victory over Maine. His senior season needs little r ecap. En route to capturing amateur hockey’s most prestigious award, Emma tallied 81 points, the secondhighest single-season total in school history . For the second con secutive season, he won the Hockey East scoring title. He also led the Eagles to their sixth Hockey East regular-season title, their third in his four-year career. During the spring of 1991, Emma’ s jersey number N o. 16 be came the first Bos ton College hockey number ever to be r etired. In an nouncing the honor, retired athletics director William J. Flynn called Emma “the per fect example of what a student-athlete stands for . He has achieved the highest level of any college hockey player in the country and he has been a great representative of Boston College both on the ice and in the class room.” His jersey was raised to the rafters in Kelley Rink on Feb. 23, 2001. Emma, who was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the sixth r ound of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft, played six games with the Florida Panthers in 2000-01. Prior to signing with Florida in 2000, he’d played the pr evious three years with Klagenfurt AC in the Austrian national league.

On Feb. 10, 2006, Boston College and the Hobey Baker A ward Foundation recognized the 25th anniversary of the award, given annually to the nation’s top collegiate hockey player. On hand to celebrate BC’s two award winners were (l-r): Boston College Associate Athletics Director Tom Peters, David Emma ’91 and family, Jim Nichols, Sean Lamontagne, and Mabel and Bob Mottau.

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Mike Mottau (1996-2000) 2000 Hobey Baker Award

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n April 14, 2000, Mike Mottau was awarded the 20th annual Hobey Baker Award at the Decathlon Club in Bloomington, Minn. On that date, the nation came to know what those at Boston College had already known — that Mike Mottau was America’s best collegiate hockey player. Yet to those who knew Mottau best, the Hobey Baker Award was merely the culmination of a memorable collegiate car eer. Mottau was a three-time All-American, a three-time team MVP and a three-time All-Hockey East selection. As a senior , he captured Hockey East Co-Player of the Y ear honors and the league’ s Best Defensive Defenseman award. He’d established the Boston College car eer assist r ecord, surpassing 1991 Hobey Baker Award winner David Emma. He’d also set the school mark for points by a defenseman. Fur ther, he’d left his mark on the league’s record books, becoming the confer ence’s career leader in assists and points by a defenseman. Mottau also became just the four th player in history to captur e the prestigious Walter Brown Award twice. The awar d recognizes the most outstanding American-born hockey player in New England. In his four years at Boston College, he r epresented his country thr ee times in international competition. In 1998, he tallied two goals and two assists in the W orld Junior Championships in Finland. In 1999 and 2000, he par ticipated alongside pr ofessionals in the W orld Championships. Mottau tallied two goals and one assist in thr ee games in the 1999 tournament in Norway. The following year, he registered one assist in seven games in Russia. Still, Mottau’s individual achievements meant little to Mike himself. The rugged defenseman took greater pride in his team’s accomplishments. When Mottau entered Boston College in the fall of 1996, the Eagles had endured five consecutive losing seasons. In shor t time, Mottau and his teammates r eversed the pr ogram’s fortunes. In his four seasons, Boston College won an amazing 99 games. Befor e his graduation, he’d patr olled the blueline on two Hockey East T ournament championship teams and three teams that had advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Frozen Four. Twice the Eagles played in the national championship game. But Mottau’s value extended far beyond the 200’ x 87’ Kelley Rink ice surface. Head coach Jerry York is equally certain that Mottau also made his mark on others on the Chestnut Hill campus. “Mike was truly an ambassador for college hockey. He was an ambassador for the college student-athlete in Y2K,” Y ork said. “He had an exceptional presence on our campus — whether it was the dining hall or walking to class. “He was recognizable, and he had a certain charisma to him. I believe he’ll be remembered as one of the cornerstones of Boston College athletics. When you talk about a Doug Flutie, when you talk about a (former basketball star) Michael Adams, you’ve got to talk about Michael Mottau in that same breath. That’s the type of impact he had on Boston College hockey and Boston College athletics.” Mottau is currently a member of the New York Islanders.

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Boston College in the NCAA Tournament FIRST ROUND

YEAR 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1953-54 1955-56 1958-59 1962-63 1964-65 1967-68 1972-73 1977-78 1983-84

BC

QUARTERFINAL ROUND

OPP

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1988-89

1989-90

1990-91

8 4

Bowling Green Bowling Green

5 2

BC

2 6 5 4 4 2 1 3 6 2 4 4 1 6 2 1 6 3 4 3 1 3 3 5 4 4 9

OPP

Michigan State Michigan State Minnesota Minnesota Michigan State Michigan State Minnesota Minnesota Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Alaska-Anchorage Alaska-Anchorage Colorado College North Dakota Wisconsin Maine Cornell Michigan North Dakota Boston U. Miami (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) Yale

6771 6442 3 75- (OT) 2 21 331 1 1 1 2- (2OT) 2 60 0 3 (OT) 7

SEMIFINAL ROUND BC 4 7 3 1 4 3 2 4 1 4 6

Michigan Colorado College Colorado College Minnesota Michigan Tech Michigan State North Dakota North Dakota Denver Denver Bowling Green

OPP 63 101410483 4102

3

Providence

4- (3OT)

1

Wisconsin

2-

1997-98 5 Ohio State 2 1998-99 2 Northern Michigan 1 1 Maine 2- (OT) 1999-00 6 Michigan State 5 (OT) 4 St. Lawrence 2 2000-01 4 Michigan 2 2002-03 1 Ohio State 0 2003-04 5 Niagara 2 1 Maine 22004-05 5 Mercyhurst 4 2005-06 5 Miami (Ohio) 0 6 North Dakota 5 2006-07 4 St. Lawrence 1 6 North Dakota 4 2007-08 5 Minnesota 2 6 North Dakota 1 2009-10 3 Alaska-Fairbanks 1 7 Miami (Ohio) 1 2010-11 4 Colorado College 8• From the 1947-48 season through the 1975-76 season, four teams par ticipated in the NCAA Tournament: two from the East and two from the West. • From the 1976-77 season through the 1979-80 season, six teams par ticipated in the NCAA Tournament. • From the 1980-81 season through the 1986-87 season, eight teams par ticipated in the NCAA Tournament. • From the 1987-88 season through the 2001-02 season, 12 teams par ticipated in the NCAA Tournament. • From the 2002-03 season through the present, 16 teams have participated in the NCAA Tournament.

Boston College in the Frozen Four

YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP 1948 Michigan Dartmouth 1949 BOSTON COLLEGE Dartmouth 1950 Colorado College Boston U. 1954 Rensselaer Minnesota 1956 Michigan Michigan Tech 1959 North Dakota Michigan State 1963 North Dakota Denver 1965 Michigan Tech BOSTON COLLEGE 1968 Denver North Dakota 1973 Wisconsin Denver 1978 Boston U. BOSTON COLLEGE 1985 Rensselaer Providence 1990 Wisconsin Colgate 1998 Michigan BOSTON COLLEGE 1999 Maine New Hampshire 2000 North Dakota BOSTON COLLEGE 2001 BOSTON COLLEGE North Dakota 2004 Denver Maine 2006 Wisconsin BOSTON COLLEGE 2007 Michigan State BOSTON COLLEGE 2008 BOSTON COLLEGE Notre Dame 2010 BOSTON COLLEGE Wisconsin * - No consolation game played in 1948 or 1990-pr esent

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THIRD PLACE BOSTON COLLEGE/Colorado College* Michigan Michigan Michigan St. Lawrence BOSTON COLLEGE Clarkson North Dakota Cornell BOSTON COLLEGE Bowling Green Minnesota-Duluth BOSTON COLLEGE/Boston U.* Ohio State/New Hampshire* BOSTON COLLEGE/Michigan State* St. Lawrence/Maine* Michigan/Michigan State* BOSTON COLLEGE/Minnesota-Duluth* North Dakota/Maine* North Dakota/Maine* Michigan/North Dakota* Miami (Ohio)/RIT*

CHAMPIONSHIP/CONSOLATION BC OPP

4 6 2 2 7 3 2 1 3 3

Dartmouth Michigan Michigan St. Lawrence St. Lawrence Clarkson Michigan Tech Cornell Cornell Boston U.

6

Minnesota-Duluth 7- (OT)

2

Michigan

3- (OT)

2 3

North Dakota North Dakota

42 (OT)

1 1 4 5

Wisconsin Michigan State Notre Dame Wisconsin

231 0

FOURTH PLACE Colorado College BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE BOSTON COLLEGE St. Lawrence BOSTON COLLEGE Brown BOSTON COLLEGE Cornell Wisconsin BOSTON COLLEGE

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SITE Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Troy, N.Y. Chestnut Hill, Mass. Providence, R.I. Duluth, Minn. Boston, Mass. Providence, R.I. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Boston, Mass. Anaheim, Calif. Providence, R.I. Albany, N.Y. Boston, Mass. Milwaukee, Wis. St. Louis, Mo. Denver, Colo. Detroit, Mich.


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All-Tournament Team

First Team 1948 Bernie Burke, G 1949 Ed Songin, D; Jack Mulhern, F 1959 Joe Jangro, D 1963 Tom Apprille, G 1965 John Cunniff, F 1978 Paul Skidmore, G; Joe Mullen, F 1998 Mike Mottau, D; Marty Reasoner, F 2000 Mike Mottau, D; Jeff Farkas, F 2001 Scott Clemmensen, G; Rob Scuderi, D; Krys Kolanos, F; *Chuck Kobasew, F 2006 Chris Collins, F; Brett Motherwell, D 2007 Brian Boyle, D; Nathan Gerbe, F 2008 Mike Brennan, D; *Nathan Gerbe, F; John Muse, G; Ben Smith, F 2010 Cam Atkinson, F; Brian Dumoulin, D; John Muse, G; *Ben Smith, F; Joe Whitney, F Second Team 1948 Ed Songin, D 1949 Bernie Burke, G 1950 Ed Songin, D; Jack Mulhern, F 1954 Bob Siblo, D 1959 Jim Logue, G 1963 Jack Leetch, D

All-Regional Teams

1998 (East) 1999 (West) 2000 (West) 2001 (East) 2003 (East) 2004 (Northeast) 2005 (Northeast) 2006 (Northeast)

Mike Mottau, D; Marty Reasoner, F *Scott Clemmensen, G; Bobby Allen, D; Brian Gionta, F Mike Mottau, D; *Blake Bellefeuille, F; Jef f Farkas, F Scott Clemmensen, G; Bobby Allen, D J.D. Forrest, D; Matti Kaltiainen, G; Tony Voce, F *Patrick Eaves, F; Ryan Shannon, F; Andrew Alberts, D Brian Boyle, F Brian Boyle, F; Peter Harrold, D; Joe Rooney, F; *Cory Schneider, G 2007 (Northeast) Brian Boyle, D; Brock Bradford, F; Joe Rooney, F; *Cory Schneider, G 2008 (Northeast) Nathan Gerbe, F; Nick Petrecki, D; *Joe Whitney, F 2010 (Northeast) *Cam Atkinson, F; John Muse, G; Carl Sneep, D; Joe Whitney, F 2011 (West) Cam Atkinson, F * Most Outstanding Player

Tournament Records

30 appearances — fourth all-time 41 wins — fourth all-time Fastest game-opening goal: David Emma, :06 vs. Minnesota, March 25, 1990 (QF) Fourth-fastest game-opening goal: Marty McInnis, :10 vs. Bowling Green, March 18, 1989 (FR) Ninth-fastest consecutive goals: Bob Reardon, :44 vs. Denver, March 15, 1973 (SF) Ninth-fastest hat trick: Warren Lewis, 10:34 vs. Michigan, March 18, 1950 (3d) Sixth-most saves in one year: David Littman, 140 in 1989 Seventh-best save percentage in one year: Scott Clemmensen, .958 in 1999 Eighth-best save percentage in one year: Scott LaGrand, .956 in 1990 Most wins in career: Scott Clemmensen, 10 (1998-2001) Most saves in career: Scott Clemmensen, 356 (1998-2001) Most shutouts in a career: Cory Schneider, 3 (2005-07) Fifth-best goals against average in car eer: Scott LaGrand, 2.03 (1990-91) Most shots on goal by team in one game: 65 vs. Providence, March 28, 1985 (SF-3OT) Fewest penalties by team in one game: 0 vs. Michigan, March 18, 1950 (3d) 10th-longest game: 81:09, Boston College-Cornell, March 30, 2003 (2OT)

Frozen Four Records

22 appearances – second all-time 16 wins – sixth all-time Four championships – second all time Third-most saves in one year: Jim Logue, 91 in 1959 Most victories in a career: 4, John Muse (2007 – present) and Scott Clemmensen (1998-2001) Most saves in a career: Scott Clemmensen, 208 (1998-2001) Most shots on goal by team in one game: 65 vs. Providence, March 28, 1985 (SF-3OT) Fewest penalties by team in one game: 0 vs. Michigan, March 18, 1950 (3d) Most shots by team in one year: 105 in 1985 Fewest penalties by team in one year: 3 in 1963 (tied-first) Second-most goals in a career: Nathan Gerbe, 8 (2006-08) Third-most goals in one year: Nathan Gerbe, 5 in 2008 Fourth-most points in a career: Nathan Gerbe, 13 (2006-08; eight goals, five assists)

Team Notes • The 2010 NCAA Championship game between Boston College and W isconsin at Ford Field in Detr oit, Mich., was played befor e 37,592 fans, establishing a world record (at the time) for indoor hockey. • Boston College advanced to four straight Fr ozen Fours from 1998-2001. It participated in three straight Frozen Fours twice — 1948-50 and 2006-08. • Boston College has a 4-7 overtime record in tournament play. • Snooks Kelley, Len Ceglarski have each led BC to nine NCAA Tournament berths; Jerry York has led BC to 12 NCAA Tournament appearances. • Snooks Kelley and Jerry Y ork have each led BC to nine Fr ozen Four appearances. Len Ceglarski led BC to four Frozen Four appearances. • Jerry York is 33-19-1 in 17 NCAA Tournaments, including a 28-9 record in 12 tournaments at Boston College. Y ork’s 33 NCAA Tournament victories is the highest total in Division I history. With his four national championships (three with Boston College, one with Bowling Gr een), York ranks thir d in N CAA history . Only Michigan’s Vic Heyliger (1948-56; six titles) and Denver’s Murray Armstrong (195869; five titles) have more championships than York. • Jerry York is one of just three coaches to lead two different schools to national titles. York led Bowling Green to the 1984 title, and Boston College to the 2001, 2008 and 2010 titles. • Goaltender John Muse went 8-1 in NCAA T ournament competition in his car eer. He earned NCAA Championships in 2008 and 2010. He allowed just one goal in two national-title game appearances and is just the four th goaltender top post a shutout in the championship game (Boston College 5, W isconsin 0; 2010), joining Denver’s Adam Berkhoel (2004), Boston University’s Tim Regan (1972) and Denver’s Gerry Powers (1968). • Nathan Gerbe tied the NCAA record with seven goals in four 2008 tournament victories. Additionally, Gerbe’s five goals in the 2008 Fr ozen Four in Denver , Colo., marked the first time since Dave Silk in 1977 that a player r egistered five goals in Frozen Four play. That mark is tied for fourth-most all-time.

Boston College vs. NCAA Opponents

GP Alaska-Fairbanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Alaska-Anchorage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Bowling Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Boston University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Clarkson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Colorado College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Cornell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Dartmouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Denver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Maine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Mercyhurst . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Miami (Ohio) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Michigan State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Michigan Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Minnesota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Minnesota-Duluth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Niagara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 North Dakota . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Northern Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Notre Dame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Ohio State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Providence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 St. Lawrence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Yale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 TOTALS 79

W . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .3 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .6 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .3 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .1 41

L . . . . . .0 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .8 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .3 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .0 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .0 38

GF . . . . . .3 . . . . . .3 . . . . .18 . . . . . .8 . . . . . .3 . . . . .20 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .5 . . . . .20 . . . . .21 . . . . .36 . . . . . .6 . . . . .30 . . . . . .6 . . . . . .5 . . . . .35 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .6 . . . . . .3 . . . . .17 . . . . .11 . . . . . .9 292

GA . . . . . .1 . . . . . .6 . . . . . .9 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .5 . . . . .22 . . . . . .9 . . . . . .3 . . . . .14 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .4 . . . . . .4 . . . . .30 . . . . .50 . . . . .18 . . . . .35 . . . . . .7 . . . . . .2 . . . . .34 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .1 . . . . . .2 . . . . . .4 . . . . .15 . . . . . .5 . . . . . .7 297

Boston College Frozen Four Finishes

First......................................................................................4 (1949, 2001, 2008, 2010) Second ............................................................6 (1965, 1978, 1998, 2000, 2006, 2007) Third ........................................................................................................2 (1959, 1973) Fourth..............................................................6 (1950, 1954, 1956, 1963, 1968, 1985) Third/Fourth ........................................................................4 (1948, 1990, 1999, 2004)

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Celebrating the 1948-49 Championship Team Championship Game Summary March 19, 1949 Broadmoor Ice Palace Colorado Springs, Colo. Boston College 4, Dartmouth 3

LINEUPS BOSTON COLLEGE — Burke, G; Gallagher , RD; Songin, LD; Lewis, C; McIntir e, RW; Fitzgerald, LW DARTMOUTH — Desmond, G; Thayer , RD; Gray, LD; Harrison, C; J. Riley, RW; W. Riley, LW BOSTON COLLEGE SP ARES — Delorey, Ceglarski, Mulhern, Harrington, Thr eadgold, Mahler, Walsh, Shellenback DARTMOUTH SPARES — Amirault, Dow, Crowley, Kerivan, Brower, Choukas, Oss, Bailey Members of the Eagles’ 1948-49 national championship team wer e guests of the 1997-98 team at the Pike’s Peak Club Awards banquet in April 1998.

1948-49 Statistics

Name G-A-P Jack Mulhern . . . . . . . .34-31-65 Warren Lewis . . . . . . . .23-24-47 Jim Fitzgerald . . . . . . . .18-23-41 Fran Harrington . . . . . .18-21-39 John McIntire . . . . . . . .22-13-35 Len Ceglarski . . . . . . . .13-21-34 Ed Songin . . . . . . . . . . . .9-20-29 John Gallagher . . . . . . . .10-2-12 Giles Threadgold . . . . . . .7-4-11 Walt Delorey . . . . . . . . . .5-5-10 Joe McCusker . . . . . . . . . . .2-5-7 John Mahler . . . . . . . . . . . .0-3-3 Bill Byrne . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-2 Ken Dooley . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1-2 Bill Walsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-2-2 Paul Finnegan . . . . . . . . . .1-0-1 Frank Shellenback . . . . . . .1-0-1 Joe Quinn . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 Ken Ahearn . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 Ed Casey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 Norm Dailey . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 Bill Talbot . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 Bernie Burke . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0

PIM . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .1 . . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . . .0

Goalies W-L-T GAA Bernie Burke . . . . . . . . . . .20-1-0 . . . . . . . .3.09 Ed Casey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-0-0 . . . . . . . .3.00 Norm Dailey . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 . . . . . . . .0.00

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at

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Result

M.I.T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-5 Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1 Yale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Ft. Devens State . . . . . . . . . . . .22-1 Harvard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-4 Boston University . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 - 1 Colorado Colllege . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5 M.I.T. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-5 Harvard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5 Dartmouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4 Northeastern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4 Princeton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2 A.I.C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10-2 Northeastern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4 St. Nick’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-2 Dartmouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-4 A.I.C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-3 Boston University . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5 Northeastern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-4 Boston University . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5 Colorado College . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3 Dartmouth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Period: BC, Lewis (Fitzgerald), 6:04; D, Crowley (Oss), 10:34; D, W. Riley, 19:32; Penalty — J. Riley 2nd Period: BC, McIntire (Lewis, Fitzgerald); BC, Ceglarski (Harrington, Mulhern), 1:04; Penalties — McIntire, Gray 3rd Period: D, Kerivan (Cr owley), 2:01; BC, Fitzgerald (Lewis), 6:47; Penalties — Thayer , Mulhern, W. Riley

Pike’s Peak Club

The Pike’s Peak Club, Boston College hockey’ s booster group, derived its name fr om the 14,000plus foot peak in Colorado Springs, wher e the Eagles won the 1948-49 national title.

! — Ice Palace, Norwalk, Conn. * — New England Tournament # — NCAA Tournament in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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Celebrating the 2000-01 Championship Team Championship Game Summary April 7, 2001 Pepsi Arena Albany, N.Y. Boston College 3, North Dakota 2 (OT)

LINEUPS BOSTON COLLEGE — Clemmensen, G; Allen, D; Forrest, D; Eaves, C; Giuliano, LW; Gionta, RW NORTH DAKOTA — Goehring, G; Hale, D; Roche, D; Panzer , C; Bayda, L W; B. Lundbohm, RW BOSTON COLLEGE SP ARES — Voce, Kolanos, Kobasew, Hughes, Dolinar, Lephart, McLennan, Hennes, W alker, Orpik, Cass, Peterson, Scuderi, Kelleher, Egan N ORTH DAKOTA SPARES — Notermann, D. Lundbohm, Spiewak, Murphy, Skarperud, Dorey, Hasbargen, O’Leary, Fylling, Mazurak, Schneekloth, Leinweber, Hammer, Kollar SCORING SUMMARY 1st Period: N o scoring; Penalty — Hale, Peterson, Kolanos, Notermann 2nd Period: BC — Kobasew (Giuliano) 5:26 PPG; BC — Lephar t (Forrest, Allen) 8:50; Penalty — Schneekloth, Lephar t, Voce, Schneekloth 3rd Period: UN D — Skarperud (Roche, B. Lundbohm) 16:18 6x4; UN D — Dor ey (Schneekloth, B. Lundbohm) 19:24 6x5; Penalties — Forrest, Spiewak, D. Lundbohm, Orpik, Skarperud, BC Bench Overtime: BC — Kolanos (Kobasew , Voce) 4:43

2000-01 Results

Opponent Result ! Notre Dame ............................................................4-1 ! Nebraska-Omaha ..................................................5-1 at Denver ....................................................................3-2 at Denver ....................................................................3-2 Wisconsin................................................................2-3 UMass-Amherst ......................................................9-5 Northeastern ..........................................................6-3 at UMass-Lowell ........................................................6-1 Yale..........................................................................3-4 at N otre Dame ............................................................5-3 at Merrimack ..............................................................6-1 New Hampshire ......................................................1-4 Merrimack ..............................................................7-2 at Harvard ................................................................*3-2 at N ortheastern ........................................................*0-0 at Maine ......................................................................7-2 # Michigan State ......................................................1-4 # Michigan ................................................................8-5 at Boston University....................................................2-3 Boston University....................................................5-2 at UMass-Lowell ........................................................2-1 at Merrimack ..............................................................3-6 Providence ..............................................................4-0 at Providence ..............................................................4-2 Maine ......................................................................4-1 Maine ......................................................................7-2 UMass-Lowell ........................................................4-3 $ Harvard ..................................................................4-1 at Providence ..............................................................3-5 $ Boston University ................................................5-3 New Hampshire ......................................................3-2 at N ew Hampshire ......................................................0-2 UMass-Amherst ....................................................*3-3 UMass-Amherst ......................................................6-3 Northeastern ..........................................................6-3 at Boston University....................................................5-1 ^ Merrimack ..............................................................1-0 ^ Merrimack ..............................................................5-1 ^ UMass-Lowell ........................................................5-1 ^ Providence ............................................................5-3 & Maine ......................................................................3-1 & Michigan ..............................................................4-2 & North Dakota ......................................................*3-2

2000-01 Statistics

Name G-A-P Brian Gionta . . . . . . .33-21-54 Krys Kolanos . . . . . . .25-25-50 Chuck Kobasew . . . . .27-22-49 Ben Eaves . . . . . . . . . .13-26-39 Jeff Giuliano . . . . . . .14-22-36 Mike Lephart . . . . . . .15-19-34 Tony Voce . . . . . . . . .12-14-26 Ales Dolinar . . . . . . . . .7-16-23 Marty Hughes . . . . . . .5-18-23 Rob Scuderi . . . . . . . . .4-19-23 Bobby Allen . . . . . . . . .5-18-23 J.D. Forrest . . . . . . . . .6-16-22 Brooks Orpik . . . . . . . .0-20-20 Brett Peterson . . . . . . . . .1-6-7 Ty Hennes . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4-6 Bill Cass . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-6-6 Mark McLennan . . . . . . .3-2-5 A.J. Walker . . . . . . . . . . .2-0-2 Justin Dziama . . . . . . . . .1-1-2 Joe Schuman . . . . . . . . . .0-1-1 Anthony D’Arpino . . . . . .0-0-0 Scott Clemmensen . . . . . .0-0-0 Tim Kelleher . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 Tom Egan . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0

PIM . . . . . . . . .47 . . . . . . . . .54 . . . . . . . . .38 . . . . . . . . .12 . . . . . . . . .28 . . . . . . . . .46 . . . . . . . . .38 . . . . . . . . .33 . . . . . . . . .41 . . . . . . . . .42 . . . . . . . . .24 . . . . . . . . .40 . . . . . . . .124 . . . . . . . . .34 . . . . . . . . .10 . . . . . . . . .52 . . . . . . . . . .4 . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . .36 . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . .0 . . . . . . . . . .0

Goalies W-L-T GAA Scott Clemmensen . . . . .30-7-2 . . . . . . . .2.12 Tim Kelleher . . . . . . . . . .3-1-0 . . . . . . . .2.90 Tom Egan . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 . . . . . . . .0.00

! — Omaha Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Neb. # — Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich. $ — Beanpot Tournament, FleetCenter, Boston, Mass. ^ — Hockey East Tournament & — NCAA Tournament * — Overtime game

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Celebrating the 2007-08 Championship Team Championship Game Summary April 12, 2008 Pepsi Center Denver, Colo. Boston College 4, Notre Dame 1

2007-08 Statistics

Name G-A-P Nathan Gerbe . . . . . .35-33-68 Joe Whitney . . . . . . . .11-40-51 Ben Smith . . . . . . . . .25-25-50 Benn Ferriero . . . . . . .17-25-42 Dan Bertram . . . . . . .10-27-37 Brian Gibbons . . . . . .13-22-35 Pat Gannon . . . . . . . . .6-17-23 Carl Sneep . . . . . . . . . .3-12-15 Andrew Orpik . . . . . . . .7-6-13 Anthony Aiello . . . . . .3-10-13 Matt Greene . . . . . . . . . .8-4-12 Nick Petrecki . . . . . . . . .5-7-12 Matt Price . . . . . . . . . . .3-8-11 Kyle Kucharski . . . . . . . .3-6-9 Mike Brennan . . . . . . . . .3-5-8 Tim Kunes . . . . . . . . . . . .1-7-8 Tim Filangieri . . . . . . . . .1-5-6 Brock Bradford . . . . . . . . .3-2-5 Matt Lombardi . . . . . . . . .1-3-4 John Muse . . . . . . . . . . . .0-1-1 Joe Adams . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0

PIM . . . . . . . . .65 . . . . . . . . .50 . . . . . . . . .12 . . . . . . . . .71 . . . . . . . . .26 . . . . . . . . .32 . . . . . . . . .18 . . . . . . . . .15 . . . . . . . . .57 . . . . . . . . .40 . . . . . . . . .32 . . . . . . . .102 . . . . . . . . .20 . . . . . . . . .45 . . . . . . . . .52 . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . .45 . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . .6 . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . .2

Goalie W-L-T GAA John Muse . . . . . . . . . .25-11-8 . . . . . . . .2.20 Alex Kremer . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 . . . . . . . .0.00 Andrew Margolin . . . . . .0-0-0 . . . . . . . .0.00

2007-08 Results

Opponent Result ! Michigan ................................................................3-4 ! Rensselaer ..............................................................4-1 North Dakota ..........................................................0-0 at Vermont ..................................................................3-3 Merrimack ..............................................................7-1 at Merrimack ..............................................................4-2 Maine ......................................................................1-1 Merrimack ..............................................................3-3 at New Hampshire ......................................................2-5 at Massachusetts ........................................................1-1 Massachusetts ........................................................2-3 Northeastern ........................................................*3-4 Boston University....................................................6-2 at Boston University....................................................4-3 at Harvard ..................................................................7-2 # Air Force ................................................................8-2 # RIT ..........................................................................6-0 at Clarkson..................................................................2-4 Vermont ..................................................................4-1 Vermont ..................................................................5-2 at UMass-Lowell ........................................................5-4 Boston University....................................................2-2 at Maine ......................................................................3-3 at Maine ......................................................................4-2 Providence ..............................................................2-3 $ Boston University..................................................*4-3 at Massachusetts ........................................................4-1 $ Harvard ................................................................*6-5 UMass-Lowell ........................................................1-3 at UMass-Lowell ........................................................5-2 New Hampshire ......................................................0-2 at N ew Hampshire ......................................................1-5 Providence ..............................................................2-3 at Providence ..............................................................2-2 Northeastern ........................................................*2-3 at Northeastern ..........................................................4-1 ^ Providence ..............................................................5-1 ^ Providence ..............................................................5-1 ^ New Hampshire ................................................***5-4 ^ Vermont ..................................................................4-0 & Minnesota................................................................5-2 & Miami (Ohio) ........................................................*4-3 & North Dakota ..........................................................6-1 & Notre Dame ............................................................4-1

LINEUPS BOSTON COLLEGE — Muse, G; Sneep, D; Petrecki, D; Price, L W; Bertram, C; Gannon, RW N OTRE DAME — Pearce, G; Ruth, D; Sheahan, D; Kissel, LW; Deeth, C; Van Guilder, RW BOSTON COLLEGE SP ARES — Aiello, Brennan, Filangieri, Kunes, Gerbe, Smith, Greene, Whitney, Gibbons, Kucharski, Ferriero, Lombardi, Orpik, Kremer, Margolin N OTRE DAME SP ARES — Lawson, Blatchford, VeN ard, Thang, White, Minella, Rankin, Ryan, Ridderwall, Hanson, Guentzel, Cole, Regan SCORING SUMMARY 1st Period: No scoring; Penalty — Kucharski, Greene, Sheahan, Aiello 2nd Period: BC — Gerbe (Gibbons, Smith) 2:23; BC – Gerbe (Smith, Ber tram) 5:37 PPG; BC — Whitney (Gerbe, Ferrier o) 8:11 PPG; ND — Deeth (Lawson, Cole) 9:07; Penalty — Orpik, Thang, V eN ard, Kissel, Kucharski, VeNard 3rd Period: BC — Smith (Gerbe, Gibbons) 5:31; Penalty — Petrecki, Price, Greene

! — Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn. # — Mariucci Center, Minneapolis, Minn. $ — Beanpot Tournament, TD Banknorth Garden, Boston, Mass. ^ — Hockey East Tournament & — NCAA Tournament * — Overtime game

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Celebrating the 2009-10 Championship Team Championship Game Summary April 10, 2010 Ford Field Detroit, Mich. Boston College 5, Wisconsin 0

LINEUPS BOSTON COLLEGE — Muse, G; Samuelsson, D; Sneep, D; Almeida, LW; Price, C; Lombardi, RW WISCONSIN — Gudmandson, G; Geoffrion, D; Bohmbach, D; Smith, C. LW; McDonagh, C; Gardiner, RW BOSTON COLLEGE SPARES — Dumoulin, Cross, Shea, Hayes, Mullane, Smith, C. Atkinson, J. Whitney , Gibbons, Kr eider, S. Whitney, Carey, Alber, Milner, Venti WISCON SIN SPARES — Schultz, B. Smith, Turnbull, Davies, Bendickson, Gr otting, Dolan, Stepan, Str eet, Mitchell, Goloubef, Murray, Ramage, Bennett SCORING SUMMARY 1st Period: Ben Smith (S. Whitney, J. Whitney) PPG 12:57; Penalty – J. Whitney , McDonagh, Mitchell 2nd Period: No Scoring; Penalty – Gardiner, J. Whitney 3rd Period: Atkinson (J. Whitney, Gibbons) 1:38; Kreider (Hayes, Samuelsson) 3:40; Atkinson (Gibbons, J. Whitney) 7:20; Matt Price (EN G) 15:29; Penalty – C. Smith, Turnbull, J. Whitney, C. Smith, Gibbons

2009-10 Results

Opponent Result at Vermont ..................................................................1-4 at Notre Dame ............................................................3-2 Merrimack ..............................................................4-3 at Merrimack ..............................................................3-5 at New Hampshire ......................................................4-4 Northeastern ..........................................................5-1 Vermont ..................................................................7-1 Vermont ..................................................................2-3 at Maine ......................................................................4-3 at Maine ......................................................................3-3 Clarkson..................................................................6-5 at Massachusetts ........................................................3-1 at Boston University....................................................4-1 at Harvard ..................................................................3-2 at Providence ..............................................................3-1 # St. Lawrence............................................................2-5 # Denver ....................................................................3-4 ! Boston University....................................................2-3 Providence ..............................................................4-1 Maine ......................................................................6-1 Boston University..................................................*4-5 at UMass-Lowell ........................................................1-3 Providence ..............................................................5-2 $ Harvard ..................................................................6-0 at Massachusetts ........................................................7-1 $ Boston University....................................................4-3 at UMass-Lowell ........................................................1-4 UMass-Lowell ........................................................2-1 at Northeastern ..........................................................2-3 Northeastern ..........................................................7-1 Merrimack ..............................................................7-0 Massachusetts ......................................................*2-1 at New Hampshire ......................................................3-3 New Hampshire ......................................................3-2 ^ Massachusetts ........................................................6-5 ^ Massachusetts ........................................................5-2 ^ Vermont ..................................................................3-0 ^ Maine ....................................................................*7-6 & Alaska-Fairbanks ....................................................3-1 & Yale..........................................................................9-7 & Miami (Ohio)..........................................................7-1 & Wisconsin................................................................5-0

2009-10 Statistics

Name G-A-P Cam Atkinson . . . . . .30-23-53 Brian Gibbons . . . . . .16-34-50 Joe Whitney . . . . . . . .17-28-45 Ben Smith . . . . . . . . .16-21-37 Jimmy Hayes . . . . . . .13-22-35 Carl Sneep . . . . . . . . .11-17-28 Pat Mullane . . . . . . . . .8-20-28 Steven Whitney . . . . . .7-21-28 Chris Kreider . . . . . . . .15-8-23 Brian Dumoulin . . . . . .1-21-22 Paul Carey . . . . . . . . . .9-12-21 Matt Price . . . . . . . . . .5-11-16 Matt Lombardi . . . . . . . .7-7-14 Philip Samuelsson . . . .1-13-14 Barry Almeida . . . . . . . .8-5-13 Tommy Cross . . . . . . . . .5-5-10 Edwin Shea . . . . . . . . . .1-9-10 Patrick Wey . . . . . . . . . . .0-5-5 Patch Alber . . . . . . . . . . .1-2-3 Malcolm Lyles . . . . . . . . .0-1-1 Tommy Atkinson . . . . . . .0-0-0 John Muse . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0

PIM . . . . . . . . .30 . . . . . . . . .78 . . . . . . . . .61 . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . .26 . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . . . . .28 . . . . . . . . .26 . . . . . . . . .16 . . . . . . . . .29 . . . . . . . . .16 . . . . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . .36 . . . . . . . . .24 . . . . . . . . .36 . . . . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . .24 . . . . . . . . . .8 . . . . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . . .2 . . . . . . . . . .4

Goalie W-L-T GAA John Muse . . . . . . . . . . .19-8-2 . . . . . . . .2.40 Parker Milner . . . . . . . .10-2-1 . . . . . . . .2.32 Chris Venti . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0-0 . . . . . . . .0.00

! – Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. # – Magness Arena, Denver, Colo. $ – Beanpot Tournament, TD Garden, Boston, Mass. ^ – Hockey East Tournament & – NCAA Tournament * – Overtime game

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BEANPOT TOURNAMENT 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Year 1953# 1954+ 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Place Third

Opponent Harvard Northeastern First Northeastern Harvard Second Boston University Harvard First Northeastern Harvard First Northeastern Boston University Fourth Boston University Harvard First Harvard Boston University Fourth Boston University Northeastern FirstN ortheastern Harvard Third Harvard Northeastern First Boston University Harvard First Northeastern Boston University First Harvard Boston University Third Boston University Northeastern Third Northeastern Harvard Third Harvard Northeastern Third Boston University Northeastern Second Northeastern Boston University Third Harvard Northeastern Third Boston University Northeastern Second Northeastern Boston University Fourth Harvard Northeastern Fourth Boston University Northeastern First Northeastern Boston University Third Harvard Northeastern Third Boston University Northeastern Second Northeastern Boston University Second Harvard Northeastern Second Boston University Harvard

Round First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Championship

Score 2-3 (OT) – 2-0 8-5 4-1 9-5 4-5 (OT) – 7-1 4-2 6-0 5-4 (OT) 4-5 – 3-7 – 6-4 7-4 2-5 – 5-6 – 15-1 4-2 1-6 – 4-0 2-1 (OT) 3-1 7-4 6-5 5-4 (OT) 5-4 4-6 – 5-3 5-6 (OT) – 6-5 (OT) 4-6 – 6-4 2-4 – 6-3 5-0 4-5 – 4-10 – 8-2 2-4 – 5-4 9-8 (OT) 1-4 – 6-11 – 3-4 – 3-5 – 3-5 – 5-3 6-3 2-4 – 6-4 5-12 – 3-2 (OT) 7-2 3-4 – 4-3 4-5 (OT) – 5-2 0-2 –

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Year 1982

Place Second

1983

First

1984

Third

1985

Fourth

1986

Second

1987

Third

1988

Third

1989

Third

1990

Third

1991

Second

1992

Third

1993

Fourth

1994

First

1995

Second

1996

Third

1997

Second

1998

Third

1999

Third

2000

Second

2001

First

2002

Third

2003

Second

2004

First

2005

Third

2006

Second

2007

Second

2008

First

2009

Third

2010

First

2011

First

Opponent Northeastern Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Harvard Northeastern Harvard Harvard Boston University Boston University Harvard Northeastern Harvard Harvard Northeastern Boston University Northeastern Northeastern Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Northeastern Northeastern Harvard Harvard Boston University Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Harvard Boston University Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Harvard Boston University Boston University Harvard Northeastern Boston University Harvard Boston University Boston University Harvard Northeastern Harvard Harvard Boston University Boston University Northeastern

Round First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Championship First Round Consolation First Round Championship First Round Championship

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Score 3-2 1-3 – 5-4 (OT) 8-2 5-6 – 5-2 2-4 – 5-6 – 4-2 1-4 – 3-6 – 7-6 (OT) 0-4 – 4-2 4-5 – 4-1 3-4 – 8-4 5-3 4-8 – 4-6 – 5-3 2-8 – 3-4 – 5-4 (2OT) 2-1 (OT) 7-6 1-5 – 1-4 – 6-2 4-1 2-4 – 4-5 (OT) – 4-1 2-3 (OT) – 6-4 6-0 1-4 – 4-1 5-3 3-5 – 4-0 5-2 2-3 – 4-1 2-1 (OT) 1-2 – 4-1 5-2 2-3 – 3-1 1-2 (OT) – 4-3 (OT) 6-5 (OT) 1-6 – 4-3 6-0 4-3 3-2 (OT) 7-6 (OT)


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“The Beanpot, more than any of our matchless traditions, literally is Boston. Our city. All of the people who built this city, who made it the world class metropolis it is, not only come to the Beanpot, they play in the Beanpot.” Tom Burke Beanpot Luncheon, Feb. 2, 1995

Tournament Finishes

First (16):

Second (15):

Eberly Trophy

Presented to the goaltender who has the best save percentage in two games. 1976 Paul Skidmore 1979 Paul Skidmore 1982 Bob O’Connor 1983 Billy Switaj 1986 Scott Gordon 1994 Greg Taylor 2001 Scott Clemmensen 2002 Matti Kaltiainen 2006 Cory Schneider 2010 John Muse

Third (22):

Fourth (6):

1954, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1976, 1983, 1994, 2001, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011 1955, 1970, 1973, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007 1953, 1962, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1977, 1978, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2005, 2009 1958, 1960, 1974, 1975, 1985, 1993

Beanpot Hall of Fame Inductees 1996 John Cunniff Tom “Red” Martin Joe Mullen Paul Skidmore 1997 John “Snooks” Kelley 1998 Tim Sheehy 1999 Billy Hogan 2002 Richie Smith 2004 Jim Logue 2006 Bill Daley 2007 Jim Tiernan 2008 Bill Flynn 2010 Bob Sweeney

Most Valuable Players

1963 Beanpot MVP Billy Hogan (right) presents the 1964 Beanpot MVP award to John Cunniff.

1954 1956 1957 1959 1961 1963 1964 1965 1976 1983 1994 2001 2008 2010 2011

Bob Babine Jim Tiernan Joe Celeta Jim Logue Tom “Red” Martin Billy Hogan John Cunniff John Cunniff Paul Skidmore Bob Sweeney Greg Taylor Krys Kolanos Brian Gibbons John Muse Chris Kreider

BC’s Record Against Beanpot Opponents BOSTON COLLEGE VS. Boston University Harvard Northeastern TOTAL

GP 40 38 40 118

W 13 25 31 69

L 27 13 9 49

GF 128 160 209 497

GA 168 139 121 428

SHO FOR/AGA 0/0 2/1 5/1 7/2

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EAGLES A-Z 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY All-American ... Ed “Butch” Songin was BC’s first two-time All-American, earning honors in both 1947-48 and 1948-49. Since then, eight other Eagles have repeated as All-Americans. Brian Leetch ... Perhaps the NHL’s finest defenseman, former Eagle Brian Leetch was selected to 11 NHL All-Star games. He earned the 1994 Conn Symthe Trophy as the playoff MVP after leading the New York Rangers to their first Stanley Cup since 1940. Ceglarski ... As both a player and coach, Len Ceglarski’ s name will be remembered as one of the best in Boston College athletics history . As a student-athlete, Ceglarski was a thr ee-time letterwinner in both hockey and baseball. In 20 seasons as head coach of the Eagle hockey pr ogram, he registered 419 victories, including a magnificent 31-win season in 1986-87. Dozen ... From 1958-1970, Boston College r ecorded 12 consecutive winning seasons under head coach John “Snooks” Kelley, including four 20-plus victory campaigns. Jerry York, ’67, now the Eagles’ head coach, was a member of thr ee of those winning teams — two with mor e than 20 wins. Eddie Enright ... Eddie Enright, who played r over on the Eagles’ first team in 1917-18, r egistered a hat trick in Boston College’ s first varsity game. He scored three goals in BC’s 7-1 win over Har vard Radio School on Jan. 9, 1918, at the Boston Ar ena. Fabulous Forties ... Thanks in large part to the efforts of players like John Pryor, Wally Boudreau, Jim Fitzgerald and Bernie Burke, Boston College had a great deal of success in the 1940s despite not fielding squads for two seasons because of W orld War II. In that decade, BC racked up 97 wins against 21 defeats, an .822 winning percentage. Goooaaalll!! ... On Dec. 27, 1939, the Eagles outscored Cornell, 24-1, still the highest-scoring single-game output in the 88 seasons of BC hockey . One year later , BC averaged 9.3 goals per game, scoring in double-digits seven times in 13 games.

Steve Heinze

David Emma

Marty McInnis

HEM Line ... For two seasons, the HEM line raced thr ough opponents’ defenses. The line of Steve Heinze, David Emma and Mar ty McInnis totaled a remarkable 363 points, including 188 in 1989-90.

International Experience ... Many Eagles have compete on international ice. Most r ecently, Brooks Orpik represented the United States at the 2010 Vancouver Games. Orpik became the 27th Eagle to play in Olympic competition. Since 1981, 27 BC players have played on the U.S. Junior National Team. Joe Mullen ... Joe Mullen, ’79, completed an outstanding 18-year pr ofessional career in which he earned three Stanley Cup rings with Calgary and Pittsburgh and finished as the all-time leading American-born scor er. Mullen scored 212 points in his four-year career at Boston College. He is now an assistant coach with the Philadelphia Flyers. Keystone Combination ... Both components of the 1951 BC baseball double-play combination wer e also standout hockey players at the Heights. Len Ceglarski scor ed 108 car eer points on the ice and had a .374 career average on the diamond. Joe Mor gan, who became the manager of the Boston Red Sox in the late 1980s, was an All-East hockey selection in 1952. Line “DMC” ... The highest scoring line in the country in 1964-65 belonged to Boston College. The trio of Phil Dyer (12 goals, 43 assists — national leader), Jim Mullen (23 goals, 23 assists) and John Cunnif f (31 goals, 36 assists) totaled 168 points for the 24-7 Eagles, the national runner-up. Marty, Marty, Marty ... Before signing a professional contract in July of 1998, Marty Reasoner spent thr ee years leading the Eagles back to the elite level of college hockey. In his first season, he captured Hockey East Rookie of the Year honors. As a sophomore, he was an All-League firstteam selection. In 1997-98, he earned T itan All-America honors after leading the nation in scoring with 73 points. N ational Champions ... On April 10, 2010, Boston College skated to a 5-0 win over Wisconsin at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich., to capture the pr ogram’s fourth national championship. B C earned its first national title on March 19, 1949 when it defeated Dar tmouth, 4-3, in Colorado Springs, Colo. The Eagles earned their second championship on April 7, 2001, defeating N orth Dakota, 3-2 in overtime, in Albany, N .Y. BC captured its third N CAA title on April 12, 2008, with a 4-1 win over N otr e Dame in Denver, Colo.

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Original Success ... In the Hockey East’ s first three seasons of competition, Boston College, one of the six original members, won all thr ee league titles, racking up 73 league victories in the pr ocess. Protector of the Goal ... Current BC assistant coach Jim Logue, ’61, ranks as one of the gr eatest netminders in Eagle history and was especially tough in Beanpot competition. As a sophomor e in 1959, Logue earned Beanpot MVP honors with victories over Har vard and Boston University. Two years later, Logue allowed just thr ee goals in victories over Northeastern and Harvard. Quickly Things Happen ... Brian Gionta, ’01, set Boston College and Hockey East records for fastest two goals when he netted two goals in just 10 seconds against Merrimack on Nov. 21, 2000. Gionta’s mark eclipsed — by one second — the BC and Hockey East marks that had been held by former Eagle captain Don Chase (vs. Pr ovidence, Nov. 4, 1995). Ready for Anything ... On Feb. 11, 1936, goalt e n d e r Ti m Ready stopped a B C re c o rd 8 2 shots in a 1-1 deadlock w i t h Princeton. Ready, a pr oduct of Cambridge Latin, made 19 stops in the overtime session.

Victories ... In 2000-01, the Eagles set the school record with 33 victories — in 43 games — en r oute to the school’s second national title. Walter Brown Award ... John Muse, ’11, is the most r ecent of 18 Boston College hockey players to captur e the Walter Brown Award, given annually to the most outstanding American-born player in New England. Muse won the awar d in 2011, following Chris Collins who won the awar d in 2006, Brian Gionta ’01, who garnered the award in 2001, and Mike Mottau ’00, who won the award in both 1999 and 2000. X-Factor ... The X-factor for the Boston College ice hockey program may be Kelley Rink in the Silvio O. Conte Forum. Built in 1988, Kelley Rink is one of the best facilities in the nation and has alr eady been the site of many memorable moments for BC hockey fans. Year of the Eagle ... The 2000-01 season will be r emembered as one of the greatest — if not the greatest — season in school history as the team won four major titles in the same season: the Beanpot, Hockey East r egular-season title, Hockey East T ournament title and the N CAA Tournament title. Zenith ... St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla., will be the zenith for the 2011-12 Eagles. That is wher e the 2012 N CAA Division I Ice Hockey Championships will be held on April 5 & 7.

Scoring Success for Smith ... Richie Smith, ’76, is the only player in BC hockey history to lead the Eagles in scoring in all four years. In his senior season (1975-76), Smith missed the first semester of the season (while playing for T eam USA), but still managed to scor e a team-high 45 points. For his career, Smith totaled 198 points, fifth all-time. Toast of the Town ... Since 1953, Boston College has won 16 Beanpot Tournament titles in 30 championship-game appearances. BC won the 2011 title by defeating Northeastern, 7-6. Uniform #16 ... Uniform N o. 16 will be never be worn again by a BC hockey player. David Emma ’91, the 1991 recipient of the Hobey Baker A ward, had his number r etired after a four -year career that resulted in 239 points, best all-time at BC. Emma’ s jersey was raised to the Kelley Rink rafters in a ceremony on Feb. 23, 2001.

St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla., will host the 2012 NCAA Frozen Four.

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NAMES, PLACES, FACES 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Bob Fowler — In 1917-18, hockey of ficially returned to the Heights as an intercollegiate sport after an 18-year br eak. That same year , the first professional coach at Boston College — Bob Fowler — was hired. He performed other duties on campus as well as coaching the team. Boston Arena — The Boston Ar ena, which opened its doors in April 1910, served as the primary home of Boston College hockey prior to the opening of McHugh Forum in the fall of 1958. The arena, which suffered fire damage in 1918 and closed before re-opening in 1920, was the original home of the Boston Bruins and the scene of the Boston Celtics’ first home basketball game. Broadmoor Ice Palace — The site of Boston College’ s first national championship in 1949 as the Eagles defeated Colorado College, 7-3, in the semifinal r ound and Dar tmouth, 4-3, in the championship game. Located in Colorado Springs, Colo., the Broadmoor Ice Palace hosted the first 10 NCAA Frozen Fours (1948-57). Cambridge Latin — In the early days of BC hockey, the Cambridge Latin School was termed the “incubator” for the team. The 1924-25 team included six former Cambridge Latin players. The school also pr ovided the team’s leadership as Cornelius Cr onin, ’27, was the fifth consecutive Cambridge Latin product to captain the Eagles. Charles Foote — A two-year head coach (1923-24 and 1924-25), Charley Foote became the fourth head hockey coach at Boston College.

Ice Polo — An early version of ice hockey , ice polo dif fered in the fact that a rubber ball was used instead of a puck and the shapes of the sticks were different from today’s traditional design. Names for positions wer e different as the terms center, rush and goal tend were used. Also, only five men were used to form a team, instead of six. A second version, called hockey, originated in 1897-98. Jack Culhane — One member of the most explosive line with James “Sonny” Foley and Leo Hughes in 1922-23, Jack Culhane ser ved as BC’s captain in 1924-25. His play earned him Boston Post All-Inter collegiate Team second-team honors in his final season. However , he may best be remembered for his courage. He competed for two years with a fractur ed skull that was protected by a football headguard. James “Sonny” Foley — One of the greatest players in the early days of Boston College hockey, James “Sonny” Foley completed his playing career in 1925, then spent two years — 1927-28 and 1928-29 — as the Eagles’ head coach. In his senior year , he earned high praise fr om the Boston Transcript, which wr ote, “Whom would we rather watch play hockey than anyone else? Mr . Sonny Foley, Boston College’s center ice man — because he never loafs, never quits, never stalls; because he loves hockey, plays clean, never puts personal glory above team play; because he takes his bumps with a smile, keeps cool, calm and collected; because he is aggressive, talented, courageous, canny — and all this despite the fact that he is a veritable midget in size.”

Conte Forum — The Silvio O. Conte Forum, which opened its doors in October 1988, houses Kelley Rink, the home of the Boston College hockey team. After McHugh Forum closed its doors at the conclusion of the 1985-86 season, the Eagles played two seasons without an oncampus home. Instead, the icemen “hosted” games at nearby ar enas, including the Bright Hockey Center , Matthews Ar ena and W alter Brown Arena. On Nov. 1, 1988, the Eagles hosted Boston University in the first regular-season game on the Kelley Rink ice. Since that date, BC has enjoyed gr eat success in the building. In 23 seasons, Boston College has registered a 245-100-33 record. The 1989-90 team, led by captain Greg Brown, won a single-season best 18 home games. Fitzgerald Family — One of the most pr ominent families in the early days of Boston College hockey , the Cambridge Fitzgeralds played key roles throughout the 1920s. John Fitzgerald was a spectacular goaltender from 1921-25 and served as team captain in 1923-24. His br other Pierce was a forward from 1923-27. His brother Leon played in the BC net from 1925-28. Franklin Field — Since Boston did not have any indoor ice rinks in the 1890s, the city flooded Franklin Field — curr ently the Franklin Park and Zoo in Mattapan — for ice polo teams to practice and play on. Fred Rocque — The third varsity coach at Boston College, Fr ed Rocque guided the Eagles for five seasons (1920-23 and, after two years in Minneapolis, from 1925-27). His teams compiled a 32-18-3 r ecord, including a 12-1-1 mark in 1922-23. His 1921-22 and 1922-23 squads claimed the American intercollegiate hockey titles. Harvard Radio School — On Jan. 9, 1918, the Eagles commenced the first official varsity hockey season with a game against Har vard Radio School. Eddie Enright, ’18, scored three goals in the Eagles’ 7-1 victory.

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Boston College’s “ice polo team” in 1896-97

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NAMES, PLACES, FACES 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY John “Snooks” Kelley — Best known as the architect of some of Boston College’s finest hockey teams, Snooks Kelley also made his mark during his days as a Boston College under graduate. A 1928 graduate, Kelley served exclusively as hockey team manager for three years, before becoming a “playing manager” in his senior year. He was also a three-year member of the school’s baseball team. Beneath his portrait in the 1928 Boston College yearbook, Subturri, it r ead: “Favored ones, this is Snooks Kelley the playing manager who can play as well as he can manage, and that’ s saying a word or two. Mr. Kelley’s early ambition was to manage the hockey club, and after this unnatural craving had been satisfied Mistr ess Fortune made her debut, Snooks accepted and became a peach of a center iceman. N ot the fastest man in the world on skates, our fair -haired cantab more than excelled by his proficiency in carrying the puck and his earnestness. It takes a clever man to do two things and do them well, and Snooks Kelley is just that.”

featured three Morrisseys as Frank, Leonard (defense) and Jim (manager) were members of the squad.

Leo Hughes — N oted as a “thick-necked, moon-faced Irishman who combined strength with skill and skating speed to become BC’s first major hockey star,” Leo Hughes ser ved as the Eagles’ captain in 1922-23. In a tragic accident a couple of years later , Hughes lost his right eye while playing hockey for B.A.A. On Feb. 9, 1925, Boston College and B.A.A. played a game to raise money for Hughes’ tr eatment. BC won the game, 2-0, and more than $3,000 was raised.

Tim Ready — A goalie on the 1933-36 squads, T im Ready made history by making 82 saves against Princeton on Feb. 11, 1936, including 19 in overtime. He was honored with an All-New England selection at the end of the season. His awar d citation r ead: “The fifth unanimous choice is Timothy Ready of Boston College, probably the best goalie of the Eastern season, who closes a spectacular car eer in hockey … Absolutely fearless, Tim is seldom beaten on a close-up shot, having a faculty of miraculous saves. The Eagles will miss him in 1937.”

Lines — Boston College has featured many powerful forward line combinations over the years. During the 1921-22 and 1922-23 seasons, Jack Culhane, James “Sonny” Foley and Leo Hughes ruled the ice. John Pryor, Ray Chaisson and Elphege Dumond led the team during the 1939-40 season. Several years later , the combination of Johnny Murphy , Wally Boudreau and Jim Edgeworth registered high scoring numbers. The highest scoring line in the country in 1964-65 with 168 points — Phil Dyer , Jim Mullen and John Cunnif f — called the Heights home. Finally , over the two-year period from 1989-91, Steve Heinze, David Emma and Marty McInnis combined for 373 points.

Rev. Timothy Brosnahan, S.J. — The president of Boston College from 1894-98, Fr. Brosnahan sanctioned the first hockey team at BC, then playing ice polo. The aim was to “put Boston College continually before the public.” The effort succeeded as BC sponsored one of the most successful teams in the r egion, which prompted other Boston universities to begin clubs. Seven-Man Hockey — In 1917-18, the first version of hockey began where seven men, instead of the curr ent six, took the ice. The line-up included four for wards, one cover point (defenseman), one point (defenseman) and a goaltender. Seven-man hockey lasted until the 192021 season when six-man hockey came into being.

Walter Cuenin — A member of BC’s hockey teams from 1938-39 through 1940-41, Walter Cuenin was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps Reser ves a few months after his graduation in 1941. Cuenin, who graduated fourth in his Marine Training School class of 450, was quickly promoted to active duty. He served with the Marines in Japan in World War II. Walter Falvey — The Boston College captain for the 1917-18 and 1918-19 seasons, Walter Falvey earned his degr ee in 1919 and then coached the Eagles in 1919-20. His squad went 5-1-1 and outscored its opponents 41-13.

Luke Urban — A four-sport letterwinner in 1920-21, Luke Urban earned varsity letters in football, baseball, basketball and hockey . After leading BC to a 5-1 hockey victory over M.I.T . on Feb. 25, 1921, Urban “rushed to the dressing room, changed his clothes, hustled to a taxi, rushed to the N ormal School, jumped into basketball togs, and scor ed the winning points for the basketball team that was engaging in a bitter contest.” Urban netted 10 points in the last 30 minutes of the hoop team’s win over Maine. He has since had his football jersey r etired. Madison Square Garden — Madison Square Garden III opened on Eighth Ave. on Nov. 24, 1925. Just more than one month later, Boston College and Princeton wer e invited to r epresent the United States against two Canadian teams in the first college hockey games in the new building. Boston College won two close games — against the Royal Military Academy (7-6) and Montr eal (4-2) — on Dec. 28 and 29, 1925. Milkmen — This is the nickname given to many of Snooks Kelley’s teams in the early 1930s and beyond. Boston College practiced at 6:30 a.m. in those days, taking the only ice time available to BC at Boston Ar ena. Morrissey Family — Five brothers from Medford, Mass. — Ar thur, Frank, James, Leonar d and W illiam — wer e members of the Boston College hockey team from 1917 through 1929. Two of the brothers, Frank (1919-20) and Arthur (1928-29), served as team captain. The 1920 team

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UNIFORM HISTORY 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY #1 Jeff Cohen John Burnett George McPhee John Smolens John Burnett Bob Conceison Neil Higgins Tom Murray Bill Wilkens Doug Ellis Peter Lawton Peter O’Hearn Shaun Real Sandy Galuppo Ari Shocket Greg Hampton Mike Correia Tim Kelleher Joe Pearce Cory Schneider John Muse

#3 Phil Dyer Bill Putnam Kevin Ahearn Fred Willis Joe Keaveney John Monahan Bud Yandle Joe Augustine Joe McCarran Bruce Milton David Buckley Ron Pascucci Brad Carlson Mike Mottau

#2 John Cunniff Mike Flynn Charlie Ahern Len Nolan Mark Riley Dan McDonough Bud Yandle Joe Caffrey Jack Harrington Jeff Smith Bob Emery Brian Leetch Darren Emery Tom Ashe Bobby Allen Andrew Alberts Anthony Aiello Brian Dumoulin

#4 Jim Mullen Jim Prevett Tom Mellor John Monahan Tom Mellor Wally Cox Dave Annecchiarico Rob McClellan George Boudreau Greg Brown Steve McCool Michael Spalla Ken Hemenway Brooks Orpik Ben Lovejoy Mike Brennan Tommy Cross #5 Steve Dowling Willy Putnam Don Callow Kevin Horton Chuck Lambert Dave Annecchiarico

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Blake Bellefeuille Brian Gionta Chris Collins Ben Smith Kevin Hayes

John Harrington Joe Caffrey Todd Mishler Jim Chisholm Bill Kopecky Shawn Kennedy Pat Schafhauser Peter Masters Cory Bilodeau Bill Cass Todd Perry Tim Filangieri Philip Samuelsson #6 Paul Hurley Paul Schilling Pete Morse Bob Haley Jim King Ed House Dan McDonough Joe Casey John Hanlon Doug Brown David Pergola Rob Canavan David Wainwright Mike Mottau Marty Hughes John Adams Tim Kunes Patrick Wey #7 Dave Allen Kevin Ahearn Ed Kenty Bob Ferriter Walt Kyle Brian Burns Tom Wright Dominic Campedelli Mike Mullowney Marc Beran Joe Harney Rob Scuderi Joe Schuman Peter Harrold Carl Sneep Isaac MacLeod #8 Woody Johnson Charlie Toczylowski Scott Godfrey Rich Hart Kevin Bartholomew Brian Burns Steve Barger

Joe Harney Jeff Cowles Neil Shea Rob Cheevers Joe Crowley Todd Hall John Demarco Ryan Taylor Joe Kealty Anthony D’Arpino Greg Lauze Brett Motherwell Edwin Shea #9 Dick Fuller John Snyder Harvey Bennett Mike Powers Joe Fernald Brian Burns Steve Barger Mike O’Neil John Orr Chris Stapleton Marty McInnis Ryan Haggerty Chris Masters Paul Kelly Ryan Murphy Patrick Eaves Nathan Gerbe Barry Almeida #10 Bob Kupka Tim Smythe Bob Reardon Mike Martin Ed Reardon Mark Switaj Gary Sampson John McNamara Tim Ceglarski

David Emma Joe Cleary Rob Laferriere Ryan Mittleman Jeff Giuliano Greg Lauze Brian Boyle Ryan Hayes Jimmy Hayes #11 Allan Kierstead Barry MacCarthy Scott Godfrey Bryan Murphy Ray D’Arcy Jack Lowry Paul Hammer Jim Herlihy Tim Sweeney Ted Crowley Mike Delay Jim Krayer Marty Reasoner Krys Kolanos Ryan Foster Joe Adams Pat Mullane #12 Bob Carnigh Steve Cedorchuk John Powers Charlie Ahern Jim Doyle Tom Songin John Dempsey Billy O’Dwyer Dan Griffin John Devereaux Steve Heinze Sal Manganaro Tim Lewis

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#13 Joe Valle Mike Robertson John Sullivan Vin Shanley Ed Hughes Brian Driscoll Dave Peters Billy McDonough Chris Stapleton Mike Connolly Tim Delay Ian Moran Blake Bellefeuille Tony Voce Pat Gannon Cam Atkinson #14 Art Byrne Ray Bastarache Jack Cronin John Baier Kerry Young Mike Ewanouski Joe Siddall Kevin Houle Mike Connolly Tim Delay Steve McCool Brian Looney Mark Milford Nick Pierandri Ty Hennes Matt Greene Brooks Dyroff #15 Gordie Clarke Tim Sheehy Mike Sico Ed Hayes Paul Watson Mike Martin George Amidon David Livingston Craig Janney Jeff O’Neill Jack Callahan Brian Callahan Ales Dolinar Stephen Gionta Joe Whitney


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UNIFORM HISTORY 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY #16 John Moylan Ty Anderson Bill Putnam Joe Keaveney Tony Byrne Don Callow Joe Fidler Mark Albrecht Bill Army Ed Rauseo Dan Shea David Emma

Bill Kennedy Otto Marenholz Michael Barron Bill Nolan Jack Callahan David Hymovitz Jeff Farkas Mark McLennan Ryan Shannon Kyle Kucharski

#17 Jerry York Tim Sheehy Paul Schilling Kevin Kimball Leo Scarry Ed “Skip” House Gordie Moore John Orr Kevin Stevens John Reilly Brett Stickney Jeff Connolly Jamie O’Leary A.J. Walker Joe Rooney Brian Gibbons #18 Fred Kinsman Peter Morse Don Callow Vin Shanley Ray Lawrence Harvey Taylor Mike Powers Tom Sullivan Johny Baier

#19 Tom Lufkan Jack O’Neil Mike Bucciero John Powers Kevin Horton Bob Haley Mike Holland Charlie Ahern Bob Cooper Richie Smith Charlie Antetomaso Chris Wray Scott Harlow Sean Delaney Brian Lane Toby Harris Jeff Farkas Chuck Kobasew Ryan Murphy Brock Bradford Chris Kreider #20 Pat Murphy George McPhee Jim Barton John Burnett Mike Holland Steve House Randy Picard

Ned Yetten Paul Barrett Peter Arnold Bob Sweeney Tim Shenk John Joyce Scott Caulfield Luke Howarth Joe Schuman Adam Pineault Joseph Ehiorobo #21 Tom Parlato Brian Lox Joe Mullen Lee Blossom John McLean Sean Farley Mike McCarthy Matt Mulhern Jeremy Wilson Dave Spina Benn Ferriero Steven Whitney #22 Bob Haley Mark Riley Tim Flynn Brendan Glynn Nick Direda Gary Sampson Tim Mitchell Richard Braccia Scott Zygulski Greg Callahan Tony Hutchins Ben Eaves Dan Bertram Paul Carey #23 Tom Murray Joe Fernald John McGuire Tom Wright Chris Delaney Paul Marshall Bill Guerin Jim Krayer Don Chase Kevin Caulfield J.D. Forrest Brian O’Hanley Malcolm Lyles Patrick Brown

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#24 Bob Conceison Mark Albrecht Maury Corkery Walt Kyle Bobby Hehir Gerry Dunne David Whyte Mark Dennehy Jerry Buckley Andy Powers Brett Peterson Matt Lombardi Bill Arnold #25 Mark Riley Tim Hanlon Gerry Reardon Mike O’Neil Robin Monleon Michael Gervasi Jason Rathbone Keith O’Connell Mark Wainwright Justin Dziama Matt Price #26 Tom Sullivan Dave Eversman Tim Hanlon Nick Direda Chris Wray Dan Griffin .John Flatley Ken Hodge Matt Glennon Scott Haig David Wainwright Scott Haig David Wainwright Mike Lephart Ben McManama Justin Greene Nick Petrecki #27 Rob Riley Mark Murphy Bob O’Brien Paul Driscoll Joe McEachern Steve Scheifele John Joyce Rob Canavan Brendan Buckley Mike Lephart Ned Havern Andrew Orpik Patch Alber

Andy Powers #28 Paul Barrett Biff Fairclough Kevin Bartholomew Mark Jackson Jerry Welch Todd Mishler Tim Ceglarski Eddie McCarthy Duke St. Pierre David Franzosa Clifton McHale Dan Sullivan Taylor Leahy Corey Griffin Tommy Atkinson #29 Jack Lowry Paul Skidmore Bob O’Connor Scott Gordon Jeff Walker Mike Delay Mike Silva Greg Taylor Andy McLaughlin Tom Egan Robbie Miller Joe Pearce Alex Kremer #30 Dale Redmond Mike Cronin Jack Coffey Billy Switaj

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Joe Kelly Tim Delay Mike Delay Mike Sparrow Andy McLaughlin Scott Clemmensen Matti Kaltiainen Adam Reasoner Andrew Margolin Chris Venti #31 Bobby Thornton #32 Jeremy Marottolo Brian Callahan #33 Greg Callahan #34 Scott LaGrand Ryan Taylor #35 David Littman Jeff Walker Peter Masters Josh Singewald Parker Milner #36 None #37 Josh Singewald 109


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HAT TRICKS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Date Jan. 9, 1918 1918-19 Feb. 2, 1920 Feb. 2, 1920 Feb. 6, 1920 Feb. 25, 1921 Jan. 21, 1922 Dec. 28, 1922 Jan. 11, 1923 Feb. 7, 1923 Feb. 7, 1924 March 5, 1924 Feb. 15, 1929 Jan. 28, 1933 Jan. 20, 1934 Jan. 2, 1936 Jan. 2, 1936 Jan. 2, 1936 March 7, 1936 Jan. 27, 1937 March 6, 1937 March 6, 1937 Jan. 10, 1938 Jan. 22, 1938 Jan. 22, 1938 Feb. 10, 1938 March 4, 1938 Dec. 13, 1938 Feb. 21, 1939 Feb. 21, 1939 March 1, 1939 March 1, 1939 Dec. 27, 1939 Dec. 27, 1939 Dec. 27, 1939 Dec. 27, 1939 Dec. 27, 1939 Jan. 9, 1940 Jan. 16, 1940 Feb. 11, 1940 Feb. 24, 1940 Dec. 17, 1940 Dec. 17, 1940 Dec. 20, 1940 Jan. 1, 1941 Jan. 7, 1941 Jan. 14, 1941 Jan. 15, 1941 Jan. 17, 1941 Jan. 21, 1941 Jan. 21, 1941 Feb. 18, 1941 Feb. 18, 1941 Feb. 25, 1941 Jan. 6, 1942 Jan. 13, 1942 Jan. 17, 1942 Feb. 3, 1942 Feb. 28, 1942 Dec. 14, 1942 Dec. 14, 1942 Feb. 4, 1943 Feb. 23, 1943 Feb. 23, 1943 Dec. 23, 1946 Dec. 30, 1946 Jan. 14, 1947 Jan. 15, 1947 Jan. 21, 1947 Jan. 26, 1947 Feb. 16, 1948 Feb. 20, 1948 Feb. 27, 1948

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Player Opponent Site Eddie Enright Harvard Radio BA Leo Hughes (4) Army Leo Hughes Fordham A Ben Healy Fordham A Leo Hughes (4) M.I.T. I Ben Healy M.I.T. BA Leo Hughes Yale A Leo Hughes McGill BA Jack Culhane M.I.T. BA Jack Culhane Boston U. BA Jack Culhane Boston H.C. BA Jack Culhane (4) Nashua Nationals BA Pete Sanford Pennsylvania A Ray Funchion (4) Northeastern BA Herb Crimlisk (4) Saint Anselm BA Frank Lowry (4) Fitchburg State BA Fred Moore Fitchburg State BA Charlie Sampson Fitchburg State BA Fred Moore (4) Colgate BA John Burgess (4) Saint Anselm BA Joe Hartigan Colgate BA Tom McDermott Colgate BA James Davis Northeastern BA Frank Lowry (4) Middlebury A James Davis Middlebury A Bill Flynn Colby BA Tom Sharkey Northeastern BA Bill Flynn Northeastern BA Bill Flynn M.I.T. BA John Pryor (4) M.I.T. BA John Pryor Jr. Olympics BA Walter Cuenin Jr. Olympics BA John Pryor (6) Cornell PL Ray Chaisson (5) Cornell PL Al Dumond (4) Cornell PL Bob Mee Cornell PL Ralph Powers Cornell PL Al Dumond (5) Northeastern BA Ray Chaisson (4) Boston U. BA Ray Chaisson St. Dominique’s A Al Dumond Boston U. BA Bob Babine M.I.T. BA Ray Chaisson M.I.T. BA Al Dumond (5) Princeton A Al Dumond (4) Colgate PL Ray Chaisson Northeastern BA John Pryor Boston U. BA Wally Boudreau New Hampshire A Ray Chaisson (4) Dartmouth A Wally Boudreau New Hampshire BA Ray Chaisson New Hampshire A Wally Boudreau M.I.T. BA Al Dumond M.I.T. BA Ray Chaisson Northeastern BA Ralph Powers M.I.T. BA Wally Boudreau Boston U. BA John Murphy Colby A Wally Boudreau (4) Northeastern BA Wally Boudreau (5) Colby BA Wally Boudreau Northeastern BA Jim Edgeworth Northeastern BA Jim Edgeworth Boston U. BA Jim Edgeworth (4) Boston U. BA John Cunniff Boston U. BA Warren Lewis Northeastern BA John McIntire Harvard BA Eddie Burns M.I.T. BA John Harvey (4) Tufts BA Eddie Burns (5) Tufts BA Bob Mason Colby A Warren Lewis New Hampshire BA Joe McCusker Georgetown C John McIntire M.I.T. BA

John Cunniff Date March 1, 1948 March 1, 1948 Dec. 1, 1948 Dec. 1, 1948 Dec. 1, 1948 Dec. 13, 1948 Dec. 13, 1948 Dec. 13, 1948 Dec. 13, 1948 Dec. 15, 1948 Jan. 12, 1949 Jan. 12, 1949 Feb. 2, 1949 Feb. 7, 1949 Feb. 9, 1949 Feb. 9, 1949 March 18, 1949 Dec. 28, 1949 Jan. 7, 1950 Feb. 27, 1950 March 2, 1950 March 6, 1950 March 6, 1950 March 18, 1950 Dec. 18, 1950 Dec. 18, 1950 Feb. 5, 1951 Feb. 6, 1951 March 3, 1951 March 5, 1951 March 5, 1951 Dec. 10, 1951 Dec. 10, 1951 Dec. 10, 1951 Dec. 12, 1951 Dec. 21, 1951 Feb. 4, 1952 Feb. 25, 1952 March 6, 1952 Jan. 8, 1953

Player Opponent Site Ed “Butch” Songin Middlebury BA John McIntire Middlebury BA Jim Fitzgerald M.I.T. BA Jack Mulhern M.I.T. BA Warren Lewis M.I.T. BA Len Ceglarski (5) Devens BS Fran Harrington (4) Devens BS John McIntire Devens BS Jack Mulhern Devens BS Jim Fitzgerald Harvard BA John McIntire Harvard BA Warren Lewis Harvard BA Warren Lewis Princeton BA Jack Mulhern (4) A.I.C. BS Fran Harrington Northeastern BA Jack Mulhern Northeastern BA Jack Mulhern Colorado College CS Warren Lewis (4) McGill University BA Warren Lewis Princeton A Jack Mulhern (4) M.I.T. BA Fran Harrington Dartmouth BA Warren Lewis Bowdoin BA George Sullivan Bowdoin BA Jack Mulhern Michigan CS Len Ceglarski Tufts BA Wellington Burtnett (4) Tufts BA Len Ceglarski Harvard BA Joseph Hosford (4) A.I.C. BA Joe Morgan M.I.T. BA Joe Morgan Tufts BA Frank O’Grady Tufts BA Frank O’Grady (4) Tufts BA Wellington Burtnett Tufts BA Jim Duffy Tufts BA Frank O’Grady (5) M.I.T. BA Joe Morgan Princeton NS Wellington Burtnett Boston U. BA Jim Duffy M.I.T. BA Jim Duffy Dartmouth NS Wellington Burtnett Brown A

Date Feb. 5, 1953 March 6, 1953 Dec. 1, 1953 Dec. 8, 1953 Dec. 17, 1953 Jan. 30, 1954 Feb. 15, 1954 Feb. 24, 1954 Jan. 4, 1955 Jan. 31, 1955 Jan. 31, 1955 Feb. 14, 1955 Dec. 6, 1955 Jan. 10, 1956 Feb. 28, 1956 Dec. 11, 1956 Jan. 7, 1957 Dec. 12, 1958 Dec. 20, 1958 Jan. 4, 1960 Feb. 10, 1960 Feb. 10, 1960 Dec. 3, 1960 Jan. 7, 1961 Jan. 28, 1961 Jan. 30, 1961 Feb. 6, 1961 Feb. 6, 1961 Feb. 22, 1961 March 4, 1961 March 4, 1961 March 7, 1961 Dec. 6, 1961 Dec. 19, 1961 Feb. 7, 1962 Feb. 12, 1962 Feb. 24, 1962 Feb. 2, 1963 Feb. 9, 1963 Jan. 28, 1964 Feb. 7, 1964

Player Wellington Burtnett Bob Kiley Bob Gallagher Jim Duffy Jim Duffy William Maguire Frank Quinn Jr. James Cisternelli Bill Leary (5) Bill Leary Carl Marino Richard Michaud Bill Leary Richard Michaud Joe Moylan Joe Moylan Bill Leary Ron Walsh Billy Daley Billy Daley Jack Cusack (4) Ron Walsh (4) Billy Daley Owen Hughes Billy Daley Billy Daley Billy Hogan Eddie Sullivan (5) Billy Daley Billy Daley Dave Dalton Jack Leetch Jack Leetch Paul Aiken (4) Billy Hogan Billy Hogan Billy Hogan (4) Jack Leetch Paul Aiken Edward Downes John Cunniff

Opponent Dartmouth Tufts Providence Northeastern Dartmouth Yale Harvard Northeastern Brown Northeastern Northeastern Boston U. Tufts Boston U. Boston U. Yale Northeastern Princeton R.P.I. Northeastern Brown Brown Brown Saint Lawrence Princeton Providence Northeastern Northeastern Boston U. Northeastern Northeastern Boston U. Brown Northeastern Yale Northeastern Colby Northeastern Colby Providence Colgate

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HAT TRICKS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Date Feb. 15, 1964 Feb. 15, 1964 March 7, 1964 Nov. 30, 1965 Dec. 17, 1965 Jan. 2, 1966 March 1, 1966 March 1, 1966 Nov. 30, 1966 Dec. 10, 1966 Dec. 17, 1966 Dec. 22, 1966 Dec. 27, 1966 Jan. 14, 1967 Feb. 3, 1967 March 4, 1967 March 7, 1967 Dec. 28, 1967 Jan. 9, 1968 Feb. 9, 1968 Feb. 9, 1968 March 5, 1968 Dec. 4, 1968 Dec. 12, 1969 Jan. 3, 1970 Jan. 7, 1970 Feb. 2, 1970 Feb. 6, 1970 Feb. 6, 1970 Dec. 8, 1970 Dec. 21, 1970 Dec. 23, 1970 Dec. 27, 1970 Feb. 5, 1971 Feb. 5, 1971 Feb. 13, 1971 Dec. 10, 1971 Feb. 23, 1972 Dec. 16, 1972 Dec. 16, 1972 Dec. 22, 1972 Dec. 28, 1972 Dec. 28, 1972 Dec. 28, 1972 Jan. 27, 1973 Feb. 5, 1973 Feb. 6, 1973 Dec. 28, 1973 Jan. 25, 1974 Nov. 24, 1974 Nov. 24, 1974 Dec. 3, 1974 Dec. 30, 1974 Jan. 31, 1975 Dec. 12, 1975 Jan. 10, 1976 Nov. 23, 1976 Nov. 23, 1976 Dec. 28, 1976 Feb. 22, 1977 March 8, 1977 Nov. 22, 1977 Nov. 22, 1977 Dec. 2, 1977 Dec. 6, 1977 Dec. 23, 1977 Dec. 28, 1977 Jan. 24, 1978 Jan. 31, 1978 Jan. 5, 1979

Player John Marsh John Moylan John Cunniff (4) John Cuniff Jim Mullen Bob Kupka (4) Jim Mullen Jerry York (5) Paul Hurley Paul Hurley Whitey Allen Jerry York Paul Hurley Fred Kinsman Paul Hurley Paul Hurley (5) Paul Hurley Tim Sheehy Mike Flynn Gordie Clarke Mike Flynn Charlie Toczylowski Tim Sheehy Tim Sheehy (4) Kevin Ahearn Paul Schilling Tim Sheehy Tom Mellor John Snyder Ed Kenty Bob Reardon Don Callow Ed Kenty Ed Kenty Bob Reardon (4) Ed Kenty Joe Fidler Ed Kenty (4) Jim Doyle Richard Smith Mike Powers Ray D’Arcy Bob Reardon Richie Smith Ed Kenty Mike Powers Mike Powers (5) Jim King Mike Powers Richie Smith (4) Mark Riley Richie Smith Richie Smith Richie Smith Joe Mullen Bob Ferriter Paul Barrett Rob Riley Bob Ferritter Joe Mullen Joe Mullen (4) Paul Barrett Mike Ewanouski Brian Burns (4) Paul Barrett Joe Mullen (4) Paul Barrett (4) Paul Barrett Rob Riley Gary Sampson

Opponent Site Colby A Colby A Colby H R.P.I. H Dartmouth BG Loyola H Providence A Providence A Yale H Princeton A Northeastern BG Eastern Olympics H Loyola H Colby H R.P.I. A Providence A Clarkson H Harvard A Dartmouth H Providence H Providence H Saint Lawrence A Yale H Northeastern BA New Hampshire H Yale A Northeastern BG R.P.I. H R.P.I. H New Hampshire A Minnesota H McMaster H Saint Louis SL Northeastern H Northeastern H Colgate A Northeastern A Boston U. H Boston State H Boston State H Notre Dame H New Brunswick H New Brunswick H New Brunswick H Saint Lawrence H Northeastern BG Northeastern BG Pennsylvania GL Saint Louis H Boston State H Boston State H Brown A Providence H New Hampshire H Princeton H Cornell A Boston State H Boston State H Colgate SY Bowdoin H Boston U. A Saint Anselm H Saint Anselm H Saint Lawrence A Northeastern A Notre Dame MS Air Force H Yale A Providence H Air Force A

Date March 2, 1979 March 2, 1979 Feb. 17, 1980 Feb. 17, 1981 Jan. 22, 1982 Jan. 24, 1982 Dec. 8, 1981 Nov. 21, 1982 Nov. 30, 1982 Dec. 2, 1982 Dec. 2, 1982 Jan. 4, 1983 Jan. 6, 1984 Jan. 24, 1984 Feb. 24, 1984 Feb. 24, 1984 Nov. 10, 1984 Jan. 4, 1985 Jan. 8, 1985 March 30, 1985 Nov. 2, 1985 Nov. 11, 1985 Nov. 19, 1985 Jan. 10, 1986 18, 1986 Jan. 26, 1986 Feb. 19, 1986 Nov. 1, 1986 Nov. 15, 1986 Nov. 15, 1986 Nov. 21, 1986 Jan. 2, 1987 Jan. 10, 1987 Feb. 9, 1987 Feb. 5, 1988 Nov. 28, 1988 Dec. 5, 1988 Jan. 13, 1989 Dec. 5, 1989 Dec. 28, 1989 Jan. 7, 1990 Jan. 16, 1990 Jan. 19, 1990 Jan. 20, 1990 Feb. 2, 1990 March 5, 1990 Nov. 27, 1990 Feb. 1, 1991 Feb. 15, 1991 Feb. 27, 1991 Oct. 24, 1992 Dec. 2, 1993 March 12, 1994 Oct. 22, 1994 Jan. 13, 1995 Jan. 28, 1995 Feb. 3, 1995 Nov. 10, 1995 Feb. 12, 1996 Feb. 28, 1997 Dec. 28, 1997 Feb. 13, 1998 Feb. 28, 1998 March 7, 1998 Oct. 9, 1998 Oct. 30, 1998 Nov. 20, 1998 Jan. 2, 1999 Jan. 8, 1999 Jan. 23, 1999

Player Joe Mullen Paul Hammer Bill Army Billy O’Dwyer Lee Blossom Lee Blossom Billy O’Dwyer Billy McDonough (4) Ed Rauseo Lee Blossom Bob Sweeney Robin Monleon Billy McDonough Tim Mitchell Robin Monleon Bruce Milton Bob Sweeney Scott Harlow Bob Sweeney Doug Brown Scott Harlow Scott Harlow Scott Harlow Ken Hodge Scott Harlow (4) Scott Harlow Scott Harlow Tim Sweeney Steve Scheifele Kevin Stevens Tim Sweeney Tim Sweeney Kevin Stevens (4) Ken Hodge David Emma Steve Scheifele Steve Heinze (4) Dave Pergola Marty McInnis David Emma Steve Heinze Marty McInnis David Emma (4) Steve Heinze Steve Heinze Marty McInnis (5) Bill Guerin David Emma David Franzosa David Emma Rob Canavan Brian Callahan Ryan Haggerty David Hymovitz Don Chase Ryan Haggerty Jerry Buckley David Hymovitz David Hymovitz Blake Bellefeuille Mike Lephart Brian Gionta Brian Gionta (4) Marty Reasoner Brian Gionta Jeff Farkas Brian Gionta Jeff Farkas (4) Blake Bellefeuille Brian Gionta

Opponent Site Princeton A Princeton A Northeastern H Maine A R.P.I. H Providence A Maine H Holy Cross H Brown A Saint Anselm H Saint Anselm H Harvard H British Columbia AK Dartmouth H Army H Army H Denver A Wisconsin A Boston U. A Minn.-Duluth JL New Hampshire H Holy Cross H Lowell H Colorado College A Minnesota H Michigan Tech H Boston U. H Northeastern A Michigan Tech H Michigan Tech H Providence A North Dakota A Colorado College A Harvard BG Lowell MT Northern Mich. H Northeastern H Boston U. H New Hampshire H Minn.-Duluth BR Providence H Dartmouth H Merrimack A New Hampshire H Merrimack A Merrimack H Providence A Merrimack H Lowell A Northeastern H Army A Providence A New Hampshire A Army A Yale H Providence A UMass-Lowell A Northeastern H Harvard A Northeastern H Harvard BR Merrimack A UMass-Lowell H Northeastern A Ohio State MA UMass-Lowell H Boston U. H Minnesota H Maine H Providence A

Paul Hurley Date Player Oct. 23, 1999 Jeff Farkas Dec. 29, 1999 Brian Gionta Dec. 30, 1999 Jeff Farkas (5) Feb. 7, 2000 Krys Kolanos Feb. 20, 2000 Brian Gionta March 2, 2000 Krys Kolanos March 5, 2000 Jeff Farkas Nov. 21, 2000 Brian Gionta Jan. 27, 2001 Brian Gionta (5) March 16, 2001 Chuck Kobasew Oct. 6, 2001 Tony Voce Nov. 8, 2001 Tony Voce Dec. 28, 2001 Ned Havern Oct. 4, 2003 Tony Voce Nov. 21, 2003 Tony Voce Dec. 5, 2003 Tony Voce Dec. 9, 2005 Chris Collins Jan. 28, 2006 Brian Boyle (4) Feb. 10, 2006 Stephen Gionta Feb. 23, 2006 Brian Boyle March 10, 2006 Chris Collins April 6, 2006 Chris Collins Jan. 12, 2007 Benn Ferriero Nov. 30, 2007 Nathan Gerbe Dec. 1, 2007 Ben Smith Dec. 12, 2007 Nathan Gerbe April 10, 2008 Nathan Gerbe Nov. 14, 2008 Brock Bradford Nov. 15, 2008 Jimmy Hayes Feb. 21, 2010 Brian Gibbons Feb. 23, 2010 Cam Atkinson March 12, 2010 Cam Atkinson March 20, 2010 Matt Lombardi March 28, 2010 Cam Atkinson March 12, 2011 Jimmy Hayes

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Opponent UMass-Amherst Dartmouth Vermont Northeastern New Hampshire Northeastern Boston U. Merrimack Maine UMass-Lowell Vermont Merrimack Miami (Ohio) Vermont Providence Boston U. Massachusetts UMass-Lowell Providence UMass-Lowell Vermont North Dakota Merrimack Boston U. Boston U. Harvard North Dakota Merrimack New Hampshire Northeastern Merrimack Massachusetts Maine Yale Massachusetts

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Opponent Commonwealth Pier

Site BP

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Jan. 31, 1920 Feb. 2, 1920 Feb. 4, 1920 Jan. 8, 1921 Jan. 20, 1921 Dec. 17, 1921 Jan. 21, 1922 Jan. 11, 1923 Feb. 24, 1923 March 1, 1923 Dec. 20, 1923 Feb. 20, 1924 1924-25 Feb. 7, 1925 Feb. 9, 1925 Feb. 27, 1925 Jan. 21, 1927 Feb. 6, 1929 Jan. 2, 1936 March 6, 1937 Feb. 3, 1938 Jan. 7, 1939 Feb. 23, 1943 Feb. 23, 1948

Army Fordham Boston University Bates Dartmouth St. Paul’s School Yale M.I.T. Nichols Club B.A.A. McGill Maple A.A. Boston University St. Nicholas Club B.A.A. Montreal University M.I.T. Holy Cross Fitchburg Colgate St. Anselm Colby Boston University Ft. Devens State

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Jan. 30, 1951 Dec. 10, 1951 Dec. 19, 1951 Jan. 30, 1952 Dec. 27, 1952

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BC Goaltender Florence O’Connell Don McCloskey Eddie O’Brien Eddie O’Brien Eddie O’Brien Eddie O’Brien Luke Urban Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Jack Fitzgerald Leon Fitzgerald Leon Fitzgerald Tim Ready Paul Moore Mario Roscio Paul Moore Phil Carey Bernie Burke Norm Dailey Joe Carroll Joe Carroll Joe Carroll Joe Carroll Joe Carroll Vince Tarkey Joe Carroll

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Date Feb. 16, 1986 Nov. 8, 1988 Jan. 11, 1991 Jan. 25, 1991 Dec. 1, 1991 Nov. 28, 1993

Opponent Lowell Lowell St. Lawrence Lowell Cornell Army

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Nov. 28, 1997 Jan. 10, 1998 Jan. 16, 1998 Jan. 17, 1998 March 11, 1999 Dec. 7, 1999 Dec. 10, 1999 Jan. 23, 2000 Jan. 29, 2000 Feb. 7, 2000 Feb. 11, 2000 Feb. 25, 2000 Dec. 6, 2000 Jan. 19, 2001 March 9, 2001 Nov. 23, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Feb. 11, 2002 Oct. 13, 2002 Nov. 7, 2002 Jan. 31, 2003

St. Lawrence Maine Providence Providence UMass-Lowell Merrimack Harvard Providence Maine Northeastern Providence UMass-Amherst Northeastern Providence Merrimack Harvard UMass-Amherst Harvard Massachusetts Merrimack Massachusetts

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March 29, 2003 Jan. 9, 2004 Jan. 30, 2004 Feb. 21, 2004 March 12, 2004 Nov. 22, 2004 Jan. 11, 2005 Jan. 15, 2005 Jan. 28, 2005

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Nov. 26, 2005 Dec. 9, 2005 Jan. 14, 2006 Jan. 20, 2006 Jan. 21, 2006 Feb. 23, 2006 March 24, 2006 March 25, 2006 Oct. 27, 2006 Nov. 4, 2006 Dec. 2, 2006 Feb. 22, 2007 March 8, 2007 March 25, 2007 Oct. 19, 2007 Dec. 20, 2007 March 22, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Feb. 6, 2009 March 14, 2009 Feb. 1, 2010

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BC Goaltender Scott Gordon Sandy Galuppo Scott LaGrand Scott LaGrand Scott LaGrand Greg Taylor Josh Singewald Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Tim Kelleher Scott Clemmensen Tim Kelleher Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Scott Clemmensen Tim Kelleher Tim Kelleher Matti Kaltiainen Tim Kelleher Tim Kelleher Matti Kaltiainen Robbie Miller Matti Kaltiainen Matti Kaltiainen Matti Kaltiainen Matti Kaltiainen Matti Kaltiainen Matti Kaltiainen Cory Schneider Matti Kaltiainen Matti Kaltiainen Robbie Miller Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider Cory Schneider John Muse John Muse John Muse John Muse John Muse John Muse John Muse Chris Venti Parker Milner Chris Venti John Muse John Muse John Muse Parker Milner John Muse John Muse Chris Venti John Muse Chris Venti John Muse John Muse

* 10-minute mini-game to decide ECAC Quarter final series winner ** Two-period game (ice conditions)

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offering of TV channels, Brian ’ve always had an unspoken fasciDumoulin and I sear ched for a nation with the military . Soldier church to attend mass. We got there. and college athlete aren’t activities It was letting out. We walked back. I that are easily balanced, certainly not went up to my r oom and star ed at for a clumsy , injury-prone sophothe TV while Christmas came and more. Needless to say, I haven’t enlistwent. My family did come up later , ed, although my time with the US and we had a “gift exchange.” My team was the closest I’ve come. I say presents were exchanged twice — I this because of the uncharacteristic Patrick Wey opened them, thanked my parents and patriotism I felt throughout the tournament, culminating in my emotions during the gave them back, since I couldn’ t carry them in playing of the national anthem after our bronze the BC Hockey duffle bag. medal victory over Sweden. Ther e I stood: I can’t recall much else fr om the build up to exhausted and surr ounded, so to speak, by a the tournament, par tly because my body went sparse US crowd staring up at a flag that I hadinto shock when I was announced as a member n’t considered since “Social Studies.” On the of the team. I had known all along that I was a surface, the moment was r elatively plain, noth- long shot. With this in mind, I focused on coning Michael Bay would write in as a cinematic trolling my attitude and my work ethic. Shifting climax. Inside, I was beaming. Even a br onze my focus away fr om selfish thoughts better medal was an accomplishment, and we had equipped me to deal with the patches of the done it. It felt odd to be so united as a team that tournament where I was hardly getting a regular would be disbanded almost as quickly as it was shift. Eventually, my play improved and my ice assembled. I leveled that the unusual amount of time increased as the tournament went on. By pressure, excitement, and work bundled with the time the final game against Sweden arrived, the World U20 Championship must have expe- I was playing and I was playing well. The whole dited the team-building pr ocess. We had been process was empowering. I r ecognized that the under those conditions since the summer camp right attitude and work ethic could improve my in August. situation, even on an elite team. The summer evaluation camp pr oved quite The entire progression, from the evaluation tough. It’s not easy being scrutinized, and her e stages on through the tournament, is one of my there was constant pressure to be near perfect. I most cherished hockey memories. I’ll pr obably felt this the most in practices, wher e coach never become a soldier, even if I’m a pr oficient Allain pushed us to play faster than I had ever Call of Duty player . I might never play in the played before. As if this wer en’t enough, the Olympics, even if my ping-pong and chess skills camp ran for almost two weeks, I think. The were honed at the Olympic T raining Center. I dining hall at camp had the sort of chicken-and- did, however, get the honor of r epresenting the rice/pasta-with-red-sauce variety that makes US in a small capacity. That’s pretty cool. you question if you r eally want to make the — Patrick Wey team. When I wasn’t playing or eating, I had to search for things to keep me occupied. Philip World Junior Championship Notes Samuelsson was always up for either ping-pong Three Boston College players — defenseman or chess. W e played every chance we had. Brian Dumoulin, for ward Chris Kr eider and Admittedly, I think we played chess in hopes defenseman Patrick Wey — were among the 22 that the coaches would see us and deem us skaters that earned br onze medals as members “smart.” The end of summer camp was a r elief, of the 2011 U.S. N ational Junior T eam that but I knew the work wouldn’t end until January, competed at the IIHF W orld Junior since another evaluation would run thr ough Championship, Dec. 26, 2010 - Jan. 5, 2011, in most of December. Buffalo and Niagara, N.Y. It marked the first time since 2006 when Dan People typically talk about the sacrifices that they make for oppor tunities like the W orld Bertram competed for Canada and Nathan Gerbe and Cory Schneider played for T eam USA that Junior Championships. W ell, I sacrificed three Eagles ar e participating in W orld Junior Christmas, among other things. I spent Championship play. It also marked the first time Christmas like I imagine the Grinch would’ve spent it before he stole and subsequently saved since the 1998 tournament that three Eagles represented the U.S. BC had four players — Jef f it. I woke up with no pr esents and no one to give a present to. After my r outine of scanning Farkas, Brian Gionta, Mike Mottau and Bobby Allen — on the 1998 U.S. Junior National Team. Facebook and flipping thr ough a condensed

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY Site Key AK – Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, Alaska AP – Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, Calif. AR - Alumni Rink, Newton, Mass. B – Boston Arena, Boston, Mass. BC – Bradley Center, Milwaukee, Wis. BM – Broadmoor Ice Palace, Colorado Springs, Colo. BP – Burroughs Pond, Newton, Mass. BR – Bright Hockey Center, Boston, Mass. BS – Boston Skating Club, Brighton, Mass. C – Crystal Ice Palace, Nor walk, Conn. CB – Charlesbank Rink, Brighton, Mass. DA – Duluth Arena, Duluth, Minn. DN – Dane County Coliseum, Madison, Wis. DU – DU Arena, Denver, Colo. F – FleetCenter/TD Garden, Boston, Mass. FF – Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. FP – Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. G – Boston Garden, Boston, Mass. GA - Germain Arena, Estero, Fla. GH – Green Hill Park, Worcester, Mass. GU – Gutterson Field House, Burlington, Vt. GW – Great Western Forum, Inglewood, Calif. I – Ice Pavilion, Cambridge, Mass. J – Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Mich. L – St. Louis Arena, St. Louis, Mo. LP – Lake Placid Olympic Arena, Lake Placid, N.Y. M – Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y. MA – Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis, Minn. ME – Meehan Auditorium, Providence, R.I. MF – Montreal Forum, Montreal, Quebec MG – Magness Arena, Denver, Colo. MI – Munn Ice Arena, East Lansing, Mich. MN – McNichols Sports Arena, Denver, Colo. MT – Matthews Arena, Boston, Mass. NC – Nassau County Coliseum, Uniondale, N.Y. NH - New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, Conn. NS – North Shore Sports Center, Lynn, Mass. OM – Omaha Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Neb. P – Providence Civic Center, Providence, R.I. PC – Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo. PE – Pepsi Arena, Albany, N.Y. PL – Playland Ice Casino, Rye, N.Y. R – R.P.I. Field House, Troy, N.Y. RI – Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, R.I. RU – Rupert Thompson Arena, Hanover, N.H. RV – Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, Ohio S – Snively Arena, Durham, N.H. SC – Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo. ST – St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, Minn. VW – Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. W – War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, N.Y. WB – Walter Brown Arena, Boston, Mass. WC – Centrum Centre/DCU Center, Worcester, Mass. XC – Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn. Team photos appear with years in which BC advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four.

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Coach: Robert Fowler Captain: Walter Falvey J 9 B Harvard Radio School 7 J 23 B Newport Naval Reserve 2 F 6 Boston University 3 WON 2, LOST 1, TIED 0 12

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1920-21

Coach: Fred Rocque Captain: Leo Hughes J 8 A Bates 5 J 13 B M.I.T. 4 J 20 B Dartmouth 4 J 26 B M.I.T. 4 J 29 H Amherst 4 J 31 B Massachusetts A.C. 2 F 3 B Shoe Trades 1 F 25 B M.I.T. 5 WON 6, LOST 2, TIED 0 29

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Coach: Fred Rocque Captain: Leo Hughes D 17 A St. Paul’s School D 26 B Pere Marquette D 30 B McGill J 16 B M.I.T. J 19 B Melrose H.C. J 21 A Yale F 9 B B.A.A. F 17 B M.I.T. M 2 B Harvard WON 5, LOST 3, TIED 1 1922-23 Coach: Fred Rocque Captain: Ed Garrity D 25 B Boston H.C. D 28 B McGill J 11 B M.I.T. J 12 B Victoria J 26 B Boston University F 7 B Boston University F 12 B Queen’s College F 21 A Army F 22 A Hamilton F 23 A Nichols Club F 24 A Nichols Club M 1 B B.A.A. M 6 B Duluth M 9 B New Haven WON 12, LOST 1, TIED 1

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Coach: Fred Rocque Captain: Cornelius “Tubber” Cronin J 1 B Toronto 1 4 J 13 B University Club 0 2 J 21 B M.I.T. 1 0 J 28 B Boston University 1 3 J 29 A Springfield O.C. 4 3 F 25 H Loyola (Montreal) 8 6 WON 3, LOST 3, TIED 0 15 18

Coach: James “Sonny” Foley Captain: Joseph Fitzgerald D 31 A Yale J 20 B Boston University J 27 B Holy Cross F 8 B St. Francis Xavier F 15 B Boston University F 23 B Holy Cross Boston University WON 2, LOST 4, TIED 1

B Loyola A Dartmouth A Pennsylvania A Princeton B Boston University B B.A.A. B Holy Cross B Boston University B Pennsylvania A Yale A Loyola A Sherbrooke B Holy Cross 5, LOST 9, TIED 0

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1925-26

Coach: Fred Rocque Captain: Henry Groden D 11 B M.I.T. 7 D 23 B Pere Marquette 2 D 26 B Toronto 1 D 28 M Royal Military Acad. 7 D 29 M Montreal 4 D 31 B McGill 2 J 1 B Toronto 1 J 9 B Toronto 0 J 21 B Truro 3 J 27 B Pere Marquette 3 F 4 B Boston University 2 F 12 A Sherbrooke 2 F 13 A Loyola 5 M 3 RI Pere Marquette 5 M 4 B Boston University 0 Ottawa Burgs 2 WON 6, LOST 9, TIED 1 46

J 5 J 9 J 11 J 12 J 18 J 25 F 6 F 13 F 15 F 19 F 22 F 23 M 1 WON

5 3 T 4 2 3 3 5 25

Coach: James “Sonny” Foley Captains: Nick Tedesco, Arthur Morrissey D 21 B Dartmouth 0 3 -

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Bill Hogan F 4 B Northeastern 8 F 10 B M.I.T. 2 F 17 B Boston University 1 F 20 A Brown 3 M 6 B B.C. Alumni 7 M 9 B Boston University 2 WON 3, LOST 2, TIED 1 23

6 1 5 3 T 4 7 26

1933-34

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Ray Funchion J 11 B Union Boat Club 3 J 13 B Berry H.C. 2 J 18 A Brown 2 J 20 B St. Anselm 7 F 2 B Northeastern 5 F 4 A St. Dominique 3 F 8 B Boston University 2 F 16 B Boston University 3 F 25 A Nichols Jr. College 3 WON 2, LOST 6, TIED 1 30

6 3 3 4 5 T 4 3 6 *1 35

1934-35

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Frank Liddell D 14 B Northeastern 5 D 17 A Brown 4 D 21 B Dartmouth 3 J 4 A Northeastern 3 J 29 B Boston University 2 F 12 A Princeton 1 F 26 B Boston University 1 M 1 B St. Anselm 7 M 5 B Brown 4 M 9 B Colgate 4 WON 7, LOST 3, TIED 0 34

4 2 2 2 1 6 5 5 5 2 34

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Fred Moore D 20 B Dartmouth 0 J 2 B Fitchburg State 19 J 10 B Boston University 3 J 14 B Northeastern 6 J 23 B Clarkson 1

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B Northeastern B Boston University B M.I.T. A Princeton B St. Anselm A Brown B Colgate 7, LOST 4, TIED 1

8 3 5 1 6 2 7 61

2 2 4 1 T 4 3 3 34

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Jack Burgess D 21 B M.I.T. 5 J 2 B N ortheastern 1 J 12 B Boston University 6 J 13 A Dartmouth 3 J 23 G Williams 6 J 27 B St. Anselm 11 F 5 A Colby 3 F 6 A New Hampshire 7 F 13 B Boston University 1 F 17 A Princeton 3 F 19 A Brown 3 F 23 B Northeastern 6 M 6 B Colgate 15 WON 8, LOST 4, TIED 1 70

2 1 T 5 ** 5 4 * 6 2 1 2 *5 7 2 0 42

1936-37

1937-38

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Joe Hartigan D 4 A Princeton 2 D 17 A Brown 4 D 20 G Dartmouth 4 J 10 B N ortheastern 7 J 13 A New Hampshire 3 J 20 A U. Mass 6 J 22 A Middlebury 11 F 3 B St. Anselm 6 F 8 B Boston University 2 F 10 B Colby 6 F 12 A Williams 5 F 17 B Brown 5 F 25 B Boston University 3 M 1 B M.I.T. 4 M 4 B Northeastern 7 WON 9, LOST 6, TIED 0 75

6 5 5 *9 4 3 2 0 7 3 4 2 2 3 * 1 56

1938-39

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Paul Moore D 7 A Princeton 2 D 13 B Northeastern 8 D 27 PL Colgate 3 D 29 PL Dartmouth 4 J 3 A Brown 1 J 7 B Colby 7 J 19 A Massachusetts 5 J 20 G Brown 3 J 31 B New Hampshire 6 F 4 B Boston University 5 F 8 A Dartmouth 1 F 14 B Northeastern 7 F 18 B Boston University 4 F 21 B M.I.T. 8 F 22 A Williams 4 M 1 B Jr. Olympics 8 WON 9, LOST 7, TIED 0 76

13 3 1 11 3 0 2 4 3 7 *9 6 5 3 3 7 80

1939-40

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Ralph Dougherty D 12 A Princeton 5 D 20 G M.I.T. 6 D 27 PL Cornell 24 D 29 PL Dartmouth 3 J 4 G McGill 3

J 9 J 16 J 20 J 30 F 2 F 10 F 11 F 13 F 17 F 19 F 23 F 24 F 27 WON

B Northeastern 11 B Boston University 12 A Army 5 B Northeastern 5 A N ew Hampshire 6 A Colby 4 A St. Dominique’s 5 B New Hampshire 10 A Williams 5 A Dartmouth 0 B Colby 6 B Boston University 7 B M.I.T. 4 12, LOST 5, TIED 1 121

3 3 5 T 2 1 2 6 2 1 7 5 * 4 3 70

1940-41

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: John Pryor D 14 A Yale D 17 B M.I.T. D 20 A Princeton J 1 PL Colgate J 3 PL Dartmouth J 7 B Northeastern J 14 B Boston University J 15 A New Hampshire J 17 B Dartmouth J 21 B New Hampshire J 25 A Army F 11 B Boston University F 18 B M.I.T. F 25 B Northeastern WON 13, LOST 1, TIED 0

3 15 9 11 4 9 10 11 8 13 6 6 14 11 130

4 1 6 4 3 5 3 1 3 2 2 3 6 5 48

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1945-46

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0 3 0 3

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9 4 4 1 3 1 1 3 3 9 2 3 * 2 2 5 T 5 1 1 4 63

1947-48

1942-43

Coach: John Temple Captain: Wally Boudreau D 14 B Northeastern D 18 B Princeton J 12 B Dartmouth J 13 A Yale J 19 B Northeastern J 25 A Dartmouth F 4 B Boston University F 6 A Princeton F 23 B Boston University WON 7, LOST 2, TIED 0

5 8 0 10 6 4 12 12 11 2 13 4 7 11 5 10 5 6 8 139

D J J J J F F F F F F F M

21 B Boston University 5 2 B Colorado College 6 10 BS M.I.T. 11 12 B Harvard 8 27 A Dartmouth 2 1 B Northeastern 7 2 B A.I.C. 10 7 BS Princeton 5 9 B Northeastern 9 18 C St. Nick’s 8 22 B Dartmouth 7 25 A A.I.C. 6 1 B Boston University 6 New England Tournament M 8 B Northeastern 5 M 9 B Boston University 6 NCAA Tournament M 18 BM Colorado College 7 M 19 BM Dartmouth 4 WON 21, LOST 1, TIED 0 164

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1949-50

1941-42

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Ralph Powers D 13 A Yale 4 D 16 B Northeastern 5 J 6 B M.I.T. 6 J 8 A New Hampshire 7 J 13 B Boston University 8 J 17 A Colby 5 F 2 G Dartmouth 2 F 3 B Northeastern 9 F 10 B Boston University 5 F 12 A Princeton 2 F 28 B Colby 7 National A.A.U. Tourney M 7 B High Standard H.C. 3 M 7 B Massena (N.Y.) H.C. 9 M 8 B St. Nick’s H.C. 6 WON 12, LOST 2, TIED 0 78

1946-47

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: John Murphy D 10 B Boston University D 16 B Holy Cross D 20 A Dartmouth D 23 B Northeastern D 30 B Harvard J 9 A Ft. Devens St. J 14 B M.I.T. J 15 B Tufts J 21 B Tufts J 25 A Yale J 26 B Colby J 28 B Boston A.A. F 1 A Colby F 4 B Northeastern F 5 B Boston University F 17 B Harvard F 24 BS Holy Cross F 28 C St. Nick’s H.C. M 4 B M.I.T. WON 15, LOST 3, TIED 1

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captains: John Corcoran, Bob Mason D 3 B Harvard 3 4 D 15 B Ft. Devens St. 4 2 D 22 B M.I.T. 6 4 J 5 B Northeastern 7 6 J 12 B Dartmouth 4 3 J 27 B Northeastern 8 5 J 29 A Dartmouth 4 6 F 3 B Boston University 3 5 F 10 A Princeton 4 5 F 16 B New Hampshire 9 2 F 20 C Georgetown 8 1 F 23 BS Ft. Devens St. 7 0 F 25 B Harvard 6 1 F 27 B M.I.T. 9 2 M 1 B Middlebury 15 1 M 3 B Boston University 9 2 New England Tournament M 8 B Bowdoin 10 1 M 9 B Northeastern 6 4 NCAA Tournament M 19 BM Michigan 4 6 *WON 14, LOST 5, TIED 0 126 60

1948-49

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Bernie Burke D 7 A Brown 7 D 1 B M.I.T. 13 D 6 BS Brown 5 D 11 A Yale 3 D 13 BS Ft. Devens St. 22 D 15 B Harvard 9

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Ed “Butch” Songin D 7 A Brown 7 D 13 B Boston University 4 D 20 B Harvard 8 D 28 B McGill 8 J 2 B Northeastern 9 J 7 A Princeton 9 J 31 B Tufts 6 F 2 A Dartmouth 4 F 4 A Yale 6 F 7 B Northeastern 7 F 13 B Boston University 1 F 25 B Montreal University 2 F 27 B M.I.T. 7 F 28 B Harvard 8 M 2 B Dartmouth 10 New England Tournament M 6 B Bowdoin 15 M 7 B Boston University 2 NCAA Tournament M 16 BM Colorado College 3 M 18 BM Michigan 6 WON 14, LOST 5, TIED 0 122

1 3 5 2 4 3 4 2 4 3 8 6 2 9 3

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1950-51

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Len Ceglarski D 11 B Brown 4 D 16 N S McGill 3 D 18 B Tufts 11 D 20 B Harvard 3 D 27 B Michigan 2 D 29 B Colorado College 3 J 2 B Northeastern 4 J 8 B Boston University 4 J 26 A Dartmouth 5 J 30 B Northeastern 2 F 5 B Harvard 10 F 6 B A.I.C. 9 F 15 NS Dartmouth 4 F 17 A Yale 4 F 21 A Brown 2 F 22 NS Toronto University 4 F 26 B Boston University 4 M 3 B M.I.T. 12

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1 4 89

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1951-52

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Pete Maggio D 6 A Brown 5 D 10 B Tufts 20 D 12 B M.I.T. 14 D 15 A Yale 2 D 17 B Northeastern 3 D 19 B Harvard 5 D 21 N S Princeton 4 J 1 B U.S. Olympic Team 5 J 9 B Harvard 6 J 28 B Northeastern 2 J 30 B A.I.C. 4 F 1 A Clarkson 5 F 2 A St. Lawrence 3 F 4 B Boston University 6 F 7 A Dartmouth 3 F 13 B Boston University 1 F 20 B Brown 5 F 22 A Laval 4 F 25 B M.I.T. 15 M 6 NS Dartmouth 5 WON 17, LOST 3, TIED 0 117

2 0 1 1 2 0 6 4 5 * 3 *0 3 2 4 2 7 2 3 1 1 49

1952-53

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Wellington Burtnett D 9 N S Yale 6 D 13 B Brown 4 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) D 26 B Harvard 2 D 27 B Northeastern 2 J 3 B Northeastern 5 J 8 A Brown 5 J 14 G Boston University 7 J 17 A Princeton 4 J 31 B Boston University 2 F 5 A Dartmouth 7 F 7 B Northeastern 2 F 11 G Harvard 6 F 13 B Boston University 0 F 17 N S Dartmouth 4 F 27 B Northeastern 2 M 6 B Tufts 13 WON 11, LOST 4, TIED 1 71

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1953-54

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Bob Babine D 1 A Providence 8 D 8 G Northeastern 6 D 14 G Harvard 5 D 15 A Brown 3 D 17 B Dartmouth 5 D 19 NS Princeton 4 D 22 G Boston University 10 Boston Arena Tournament D 29 B St. Lawrence 1 D 30 B Middlebury 5 Beanpot Tournament (1st) J 11 G Northeastern 8 J 12 G Harvard 4

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15 A Clarkson 16 A St. Lawrence 30 A Yale 4 A Dartmouth 9 G Boston University 15 G Harvard 24 B Northeastern 1 G Brown NCAA Tournament M 11 BM Minnesota M 13 BM Michigan State WON 17, LOST 4, TIED 0

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1 2 98

14 7 70

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5 5 *2 4 1 3 0 5 74

1955-56

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Eddie Carroll D 6 G Tufts 13 D 13 G Northeastern 3 D 14 A Brown 4 D 16 G Harvard 5 D 17 G Princeton 3 Boston Arena Tournament D 26 B Brown 5 D 28 B St. Lawrence 2 D 30 B Clarkson 6 J 10 B Boston University 7 J 15 B U.S. Olympics (ex.) 0 J 17 G Dartmouth 11 F 2 A Dartmouth 4 F 4 A Yale 4 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 6 G Northeastern 7 F 8 G Harvard 4 F 10 NS St. Francis Xavier 7 F 17 A Clarkson 2 F 18 A St. Lawrence 2 F 25 B Harvard 3 F 28 B Boston University 7 NCAA Tournament M 15 BM Michigan Tech. 4

5 2 1 3 1 3 6 7 5 8 3 3 1 1 2 4 5 6 5 3 10

2 105

6 82

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1956-57

1954-55

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Dick Dempsey D 7 G Providence 4 D 10 G Harvard 4 D 14 G Northeastern 9 D 18 B R.P.I. 5 D 20 G Clarkson 1 D 22 G St. Lawrence 1 Boston Arena Tournament D 27 B McGill 3 D 29 B Harvard 2 J 4 A Brown 7 J 8 A R.P.I. 5 J 12 B Yale 2 J 31 G Northeastern 11 F 3 A Dartmouth 3 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 7 G Boston University 9 F 8 G Harvard 4 F 11 A Clarkson 3 F 12 A St. Lawrence 1 F 14 G Boston University 11 F 16 B Dartmouth 5 F 26 A Princeton 8 M 1 G Brown 6 WON 13, LOST 8, TIED 0 104

M 17 BM St. Lawrence WON 14, LOST 8, TIED 0

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Joe Moylan D 4 G Tufts 6 D 7 B Brown 3 D 11 G Yale 11 D 15 B Clarkson 2 D 17 B St. Lawrence 2 D 18 A Brown 5 Boston Arena Tournament D 27 B Providence 6 D 28 B Brown 6 D 29 B Harvard 2 J 4 A Princeton 8 J 7 B Northeastern 12 J 28 B R.P.I. 2 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 1 G Northeastern 6 F 5 G Boston University 5 F 7 A Dartmouth 6 F 11 G Boston University 2 F 13 B Harvard 3 F 15 A Clarkson 0 F 16 A St. Lawrence 1 F 18 B Dartmouth 8 F 23 A Army 8 F 25 B Boston University 4 WON 14, LOST 7, TIED 1 108

3 6 2 3 6 0 2 2 4 2 3 1

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1957-58

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Jack Cadagan D 4 B Northeastern 7 1 D 7 A Brown 1 1 T D 11 B Harvard 1 6 D 16 B Clarkson 3 7 D 17 B St. Lawrence 1 0 Boston Arena Tournament D 26 B Dartmouth 4 2 D 27 B Brown 4 3 * D 28 B Providence 5 2 J 4 NS Princeton 2 8 J 18 NS Providence 2 4 J 20 G Boston University 4 7 J 30 A Dartmouth 3 6 Beanpot Tournament F 3 G Boston University 4 5 F 5 A Yale 8 6 F 8 A Army 4 5 Beanpot Tournament (4th) F 10 G Harvard 3 7 F 12 A Providence 3 2 F 14 A Clarkson 1 3 F 15 A St. Lawrence 2 1 F 19 B Harvard 1 8 F 26 B Boston University 5 3 M 3 B Brown 4 10 M 5 B N ortheastern 4 4 T WON 9, LOST 12, TIED 2 76 101

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10 H Yale 7 3 12 A Princeton 6 3 16 H St. Lawrence 6 5 * 19 H Clarkson 2 6 20 H R.P.I. 10 5 Boston Arena Tournament D 27 B Michigan State 0 6 D 29 B Providence 7 2 J 3 H Northeastern 8 2 J 6 H Brown 7 5 J 9 H Harvard 3 2 * J 14 B Boston University 1 5 J 17 A Colby 6 3 Beanpot Tournament F 2 G Harvard 6 4 F 5 A Dartmouth 3 4 F 7 A Army 8 4 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 9 G Boston University 7 4 F 10 A Providence 6 4 F 14 A Clarkson 2 7 F 15 A St. Lawrence 4 6 F 18 A Harvard 5 3 F 21 H R.P.I. 1 4 F 25 H Boston University 3 1 F 28 H Providence 5 3 M 3 H Dartmouth 5 1 NCAA Tournament M 13 R Michigan State 3 4 M 14 R St. Lawrence 7 6 ** WON 20, LOST 8, TIED 0 136 105

1959-60

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Ed Smith D 5 H Harvard 4 D 8 A Brown 5 D 12 A R.P.I. 4 D 18 H Princeton 8 D 19 H St. Lawrence 5 D 22 H Laval 5 D 27 H Toronto 4 D 29 H North Dakota (ex.) 3 J 4 B Northeastern 6 J 7 H Dartmouth 4 J 9 H Clarkson 6 J 13 A Yale 7 J 16 H R.P.I. 6 J 29 H Colby 4 F 4 A Providence 1 Beanpot Tournament F 8 G Boston University 2 F 10 H Brown 12 F 12 A Clarkson 7 F 13 A St. Lawrence 5 Beanpot Tournament (4th) F 15 G Northeastern 5 F 20 H Army 6 F 24 B Boston University 5 F 27 H Providence 5 M 8 H Boston University 2 ECAC Playoffs M 11 A St. Lawrence 3 WON 15, LOST 9, TIED 1 121

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1960-61

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1958-59

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Joe Jangro N 29 H Harvard D 3 H Brown

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7 H St. Lawrence 6 11 A Harvard 1 14 A R.P.I. 4 28 A Princeton 12 30 A Providence 4 3 H Colby 8 Beanpot Tournament F 6 G Northeastern 15 F 9 A Dartmouth 10 F 11 H Providence 7 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 13 G Harvard 4 F 16 A Colby 6 F 18 A Army 3 F 22 H Boston University 7 F 24 A St. Lawrence 0 F 25 A Clarkson 2 M 4 H Northeastern 10 M 7 H Boston University 4 WON 19, LOST 5, TIED 1 143

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1961-62

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: George Grant D 6 A Brown 9 D 9 H St. Lawrence 4 D 12 H Providence 4 D 16 A R.P.I. 3 D 19 A Northeastern 10 ECAC Holiday Festival D 21 M St. Lawrence 1 D 22 M Boston University 2 D 27 H Laval 3 D 29 H Queen’s 5 J 3 H Dartmouth 6 J 5 A St. Lawrence 0 J 6 A Clarkson 2 J 10 H Harvard 2 J 13 A Colby 1 J 25 A Providence 2 J 27 H Princeton 3 J 30 H Boston University 3 F 3 H Northeastern 4 Beanpot Tournament F 5 G Harvard 1 F 7 A Yale 6 F 9 H Clarkson 2 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 12 G Northeastern 4 F 17 H Army 2 F 20 B Boston University 1 F 24 H Colby 6 F 26 G West Germany (ex.) 2 F 28 H R.P.I. 0 M 3 H Brown 6 ECAC Playoffs M 6 A St. Lawrence 4 WON 15, LOST 13, TIED 1 96

2 5 *3 4 2 8 2 T 0 2 3 4 1 3 2 0 2 2 1 6 3 3 *0 5 4 5 6 4 1 9 86

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1962-63

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Paul Aiken D 5 H Yale 6 D 8 A Princeton 12 D 12 H Brown 6 D 14 B Northeastern 13 D 15 B Clarkson 0 ECAC Tournament

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20 M St. Lawrence 5 21 M Clarkson 3 27 H Laval 10 29 H Colorado College 4 5 A Colby 10 9 B Boston University 4 12 H Providence 3 26 H St. Lawrence 3 29 A Dartmouth 3 31 A Providence 3 2 H Northeastern 7 Beanpot Tournament F 4 G Boston University 2 F 6 A Brown 5 F 9 H Colby 6 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 11 G Harvard 3 F 16 G Army 4 F 19 A Harvard 1 F 22 A Clarkson 2 F 23 A St. Lawrence 1 F 27 H Boston University 3 M 1 H Norwich 8 ECAC Playoffs (2nd) M 5 H Army 3 M 8 B St. Lawrence 6 M 9 B Harvard 3 NCAA Tournament M 14 H North Dakota 2 M 16 H Clarkson 3 WON 22, LOST 9, TIED 0 144

1963-64

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Tom Apprille D 4 A Brown 4 1 D 7 H Providence 4 1 D 10 B Northeastern 4 2 D 14 H St. Lawrence 4 2 D 17 H Princeton 7 0 ECAC Holiday Festival (2nd) D 19 M Army 10 2 D 20 M Clarkson 3 9 D 23 G Toronto 1 9 D 27 B U.S. Olympics (ex.) 2 3 D 28 H McGill 6 2 D 30 H Loyola 9 2 J 3 A St. Lawrence 6 5 J 4 A Clarkson 3 4 *J 8 H Harvard 2 4 J 11 B Boston University 5 6 J 24 H Dartmouth 4 2 J 28 A Providence 8 9 J 30 H Clarkson 5 1 Beanpot Tournament F 3 G Northeastern 7 4 F 5 A Yale 5 1 F 7 H Colgate 6 1 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 10 G Boston University 6 5 F 15 A Colby 13 1 F 19 H Brown 4 4 T F 22 A Army 1 5 F 26 H Boston University 0 1 F 29 H Northeastern 5 4 M 7 H Colby 10 0 ECAC Tournament M 10 H R.P.I. 2 3 WON 18, LOST 10, TIED 1 144 90

1964-65

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Eddie Downes D 2 H Yale 6 2 D 5 A Providence 6 1 D 8 A Brown 2 7 D 11 H Colby 6 5 D 14 H St. Lawrence 5 3 D 18 G R.P.I. 5 1 D 19 G Royal Military 4 2 D 26 H McGill 13 6 D 29 H Colorado College 7 9 J 2 H Loyola 8 3 J 5 B Northeastern 4 5 *J 8 H Boston University 5 4 * J 13 A Harvard 3 2 J 16 H Brown 5 3 J 28 A Princeton 11 4 J 29 A Colgate 7 2 F 3 H Northeastern 9 1 F 6 A Dartmouth 9 8 * Beanpot Tournament F 8 G Harvard 5 4 F 13 A Army 6 2 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 15 G Boston University 5 4 F 19 H Providence 8 4 F 23 B Boston University 4 5 F 26 H Clarkson 3 5 M 2 H Cornell 5 6 M 4 A Colby 12 1 ECAC Playoffs M 9 H Dartmouth 5 3 M 12 B Clarkson 3 2 * M 13 B Brown 6 2 NCAA Tournament M 18 ME North Dakota 4 3 M 20 ME Michigan Tech. 2 8 WON 24, LOST 7, TIED 0 183 117

F 11 H Providence 5 4 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 14 G Northeastern 5 3 F 19 H Army 6 2 F 22 H Dartmouth 6 2 F 26 H Boston University 4 5 *M 1 A Providence 14 5 M 5 A Colby 10 4 ECAC Tournament M 8 A Cornell 0 9 WON 16, LOST 12, TIED 0 135 101

1966-67

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Jerry York N 30 H Yale 12 D 3 H Boston University 2 D 7 A Brown 6 D 10 A Princeton 8 D 13 B Boston University 3 ECAC Tournament D 16 G Michigan State 3 D 17 G Northeastern 6 D 22 H Eastern Olympics 8 D 27 H Loyola 10 D 30 H McGill 6 J 3 B Northeastern 2 J 6 H Clarkson 6 J 11 A Harvard 4 J 14 H Colby 6 J 28 B Colgate 6 F 1 H Cornell 2 F 3 A R.P.I. 12 Beanpot Tournament F 9 G Northeastern 5 F 10 H St. Lawrence 5 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 13 G Harvard 6 F 16 H Providence 9 F 22 A Dartmouth 8 F 25 A Army 5 M 1 H Northeastern 1 M 4 A Providence 13 ECAC Tournament M 7 H Clarkson 9 M 10 G Cornell 2 M 11 G St. Lawrence 6 WON 20, LOST 8, TIED 0 171

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Allan Kierstead N 30 H R.P.I. 9 D 4 A Cornell 1 D 8 H Brown 3 D 11 B Boston University 2 D 15 H Princeton 6 Boston Garden Tournament D 17 G Dartmouth 10 ECAC Tournament D 19 M St. Lawrence 3 D 27 H McGill 5 D 30 H Montreal 3 J 2 H Loyola 10 J 4 B N ortheastern 2 J 7 A Clarkson 0 J 8 A St. Lawrence 3 J 12 H Harvard 4 J 15 A Brown 1 J 28 H Colgate 5 J 30 H Eastern Olympics 1 F 2 A Yale 8 F 4 H Northeastern 5 Beanpot Tournament F 7 G Boston University 4

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1967-68

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14 H U.S. Olympic Team (ex.) 2 6 26 A St. Lawrence 7 8 *27 A Clarkson 5 2 30 A Providence 9 3 2 H Colgate 2 1 Beanpot Tournament F 5 G Harvard 4 6 F 9 H Providence 13 0 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 12 H Northeastern 6 4 F 16 H R.P.I. 5 4 F 22 A Cornell 1 3 F 24 H New Hampshire 4 6 F 28 H Boston University 1 2 M 2 A Army 7 1 ECAC Tournament (2nd) M 5 A St. Lawrence 7 6 * M 8 G Clarkson 6 5 ** M 9 G Cornell 3 6 NCAA Tournament M 14 DA Denver 1 4 M 16 DA Cornell 1 6 WON 19, LOST 12, TIED 1 155 116

1968-69

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: Mike Flynn D 4 H Yale 5 2 D 7 A Princeton 3 2 D 11 A Brown 4 1 D 14 H Clarkson 7 2 D 17 A Harvard 6 5 ECAC Christmas Tournament D 20 G Princeton 6 3 D 21 G Cornell 3 6 D 27 H McGill 8 1 D 30 H Colorado 7 4 Centennial Tournament J 3 MF McGill 9 3 J 4 MF Loyola 4 7 J 8 A Dartmouth 10 2 J 11 H Boston University 5 10 J 24 A Colgate 3 2 J 28 H Cornell 3 4 J 31 H Northeastern 10 2 Beanpot Tournament F 3 G Boston University 2 4 F 7 H St. Lawrence 4 3 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 10 G Northeastern 6 3 F 14 A New Hampshire 3 2 F 17 A Providence 7 4 F 19 A R.P.I. 5 8 F 22 H Army 5 3 F 26 B Boston University 7 3 F 28 H Providence 10 1 ECAC Tournament M 7 H Clarkson 2 4 WON 19, LOST 7, TIED 0 144 91

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J 26 A Cornell 3 10 J 28 H St. Louis 6 4 F 1 A Yale 6 10 F 4 H Colgate 3 2 Beanpot Tournament F 7 G Boston University 2 4 F 10 H Dartmouth 2 4 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 14 G Northeastern 5 4 F 18 A Clarkson 6 4 F 19 A St. Lawrence 5 7 F 21 A Dartmouth 6 5 F 23 H Boston University 7 5 F 25 H Army 6 3 F 29 A Bowdoin 2 3 M 4 A Pennsylvania 3 8 WON 14, LOST 16, TIED 0 130 155

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Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: John Powers D 2 H Yale 6 3 D 5 A Princeton 8 2 D 8 A New Hampshire 4 8 D 11 H Providence 2 7 D 15 A Harvard 0 4 ECAC Christmas Tournament D 18 G Dartmouth 2 1 D 19 G Cornell 2 12 D 21 H Minnesota 5 10 D 23 H McMaster 10 2 St. Louis Tournament (2nd) D 27 L St. Louis 9 5 D 28 L Wisconsin 2 7 D 30 H Notre Dame 3 5 J 2 H Pennsylvania 3 5 J 6 A Brown 3 6 J 9 H Boston University 3 8 J 13 A Dartmouth 5 4 J 26 H Clarkson 1 3 J 29 H St. Lawrence 7 4 F 2 A Providence 4 6 F 5 H Northeastern 10 3 Beanpot Tournament F 8 G Harvard 4 10 F 13 A Colgate 9 4 F 16 A Boston University 4 9 F 19 H Cornell 2 9 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 22 G Northeastern 8 2 F 27 A Army 5 2 WON 11, LOST 15, TIED 0 121 141

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1969-70

Coach: John “Snooks” Kelley Captain: John Sullivan D 3 A Providence 6 D 5 H Princeton 11 D 9 H Brown 8 D 12 B Northeastern 7 D 17 H Harvard 6 D 20 H Notre Dame 7 ECAC Holiday Tournament D 22 M St. Lawrence 6 D 23 M R.P.I. 7 D 26 A Denver 2 D 27 A Denver 6 D 29 A Notre Dame 7 J 3 H New Hampshire 6

J 7 A Yale 6 4 J 9 H Dartmouth 5 2 J 24 H Colgate 4 1 J 27 B Boston University 3 8 Beanpot Tournament F 2 G Northeastern 5 0 F 6 H R.P.I. 13 6 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 9 G Boston University 4 5 F 14 A Cornell 3 5 F 18 H Providence 4 3 F 20 A Clarkson 5 7 F 21 A St. Lawrence 2 7 F 25 H Boston University 1 8 F 28 A Army 4 0 ECAC Tournament M 10 H Harvard 5 10 WON 16, LOST 10, TIED 0 143 116

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Bob Reardon D 6 A Brown 4 D 8 H Providence 6 D 13 A Harvard 4 D 16 H Boston State 13 ECAC Christmas Tournament D 18 G Merrimack 4 D 20 G Dartmouth 5 D 22 H Notre Dame 11 D 28 H New Brunswick 14 D 30 H New Hampshire 5 J 2 H Northeastern 8 J 5 H St. Louis 8 J 9 A Princeton 7 J 13 H Boston University 7 J 24 H Cornell 3 J 27 H St. Lawrence 13 J 30 H Yale 6 F 2 A New Hampshire 7 Beanpot Tournament F 5 G Northeastern 9 F 8 A Dartmouth 6 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 12 G Boston University 1 F 16 H Clarkson 9 F 21 A Boston University 2 F 24 A Army 5 F 28 H Bowdoin 5 M 2 A Providence 8 ECAC Tournament (2nd) M 6 H New Hampshire 4 M 9 G Pennsylvania 5 M 10 G Cornell 2

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1973-74

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Ray D’Arcy D 2 H St. Anselm 5 4 D 5 H Brown 0 3 D 8 H St. Mary’s 6 4 D 11 A Providence 10 5 D 15 H Princeton 11 3 D 21 H New Hampshire 4 5 *Great Lakes Tournament (3rd) D 27 J Michigan State 5 12 D 28 J Pennsylvania 6 2 D 30 A Notre Dame 4 3 J 2 A N ortheastern 4 7 J 5 H Loyola 5 3 J 8 H Harvard 6 5 J 12 A Cornell 3 6 J 15 H Boston State 5 3 J 18 A Boston University 2 11 J 22 A Dartmouth 4 5 *J 25 H St. Louis 5 3 J 29 A Yale 7 6 * F 1 A New Hampshire 2 5 Beanpot Tournament F 4 G Harvard 6 11 F 7 H Dartmouth 4 3 Beanpot Tournament (4th) F 1 G Northeastern 3 4 F 15 A Clarkson 2 4 F 16 A St. Lawrence 2 5 F 20 H Boston University 7 5 F 23 A Army 5 4 F 27 A Bowdoin 8 4 M 1 H Providence 6 3 WON 16, LOST 12, TIED 0 137 138

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1975-76

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1976-77

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Bob Ferriter N 23 H Boston State 18 0 N 28 H St. Louis 3 2 N 30 A Brown 7 5 D 3 H Northeastern 4 5 D 5 H St. Anselm 9 2 D 8 A Providence 7 4 D 11 A Vermont 3 6 D 13 H Providence 4 1 D 19 H Notre Dame 4 7 Syracuse Invitational (1st) D 28 W Colgate 9 6 D 29 W Cornell 6 4 J 6 H Pennsylvania 7 9 J 8 A New Hampshire 4 7 J 11 H Harvard 4 1 J 15 H Cornell 8 5 J 18 H Dartmouth 8 5 J 22 A Boston University 6 6 T J 25 H Yale 8 3 J 28 H St. Lawrence 10 4 F 1 H New Hampshire 3 6 F 2 A Dartmouth 4 3 Beanpot Tournament F 7 G Harvard 2 4 F 10 H Clarkson 3 6 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 14 G Northeastern 6 4 F 19 A Army 4 2 F 22 H Bowdoin 4 3 F 26 H Boston University 5 6 M 1 A R.P.I. 4 5 M 5 A Princeton 3 1 ECAC Tournament M 8 A Boston University 7 8 WON 18, LOST 11, TIED 1 174 130

1977-78

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captains: Paul Barrett, Rob Riley N 20 A Pennsylvania 7 6 N 22 H St. Anselm 10 1 N 29 H Brown 4 3 D 2 A St. Lawrence 7 2 D 3 A Clarkson 5 9 D 6 A Northeastern 7 6 * D 9 H Princeton 4 2 D 12 A Harvard 7 0 D 22 A Gustavus Adolphus 7 0 D 23 A Notre Dame 8 4 D 28 H Air Force 6 1 J 3 A New Hampshire 2 7 J 6 H Colgate 10 2 J 10 H Harvard 11 3 J 14 A Cornell 3 13 J 17 H Dartmouth 5 4 J 21 A Boston University 3 6 J 24 A Yale 7 10 J 28 H R.P.I. 6 5 * J 31 H Providence 6 3 F 2 A Dartmouth 4 2 Beanpot Tournament F 6 G Boston University 5 12 F 16 H Boston University 5 10 F 21 A Bowdoin 5 2 F 24 H Army 7 4 F 28 H Vermont 2 3 *Beanpot Tournament (3rd) M 1 G Northeastern 3 2 * M 3 A Providence 0 4 M 5 H New Hampshire 4 2 ECAC Tournament (1st) M 7 A R.P.I. 7 6 * M 10 G Brown 6 4 M 11 G Providence 4 2 NCAA Tournament M 24 P Bowling Green 6 2 M 25 P Boston University 3 5 WON 24, LOST 10, TIED 0 186 147

1978-79

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Joe Mullen N 21 H St. Anselm N 27 A Brown D 1 A Vermont D 5 H Northeastern D 8 H Providence D 11 H Lowell D 16 A New Hampshire D 22 H Notre Dame Auld Lang Syne Classic D 30 RU Clarkson D 31 RU Bowdoin J 2 H New Hampshire J 5 A Air Force J 6 A Air Force J 9 H Harvard J 13 H Cornell J 16 A Dartmouth J 20 A Boston University J 24 H Yale J 25 A Providence J 28 H St. Lawrence F 1 H Dartmouth Beanpot Tournament F 5 G Northeastern

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Steve Barger N 16 H Ohio State 4 5 *N 19 H Salem State 8 5 N 26 H St. Anselm 7 3 N 29 A New Hampshire 5 3 D 3 H Brown 4 4 T D 7 A Clarkson 8 4 D 8 A St. Lawrence 7 1 D 11 H Maine 3 6 D 14 H Princeton 7 5 UNH Tournament (1st) D 28 S Bowdoin 7 1 D 29 S New Hampshire 8 5 J 4 A Michigan 3 7 J 5 A Michigan State 5 3 J 9 A Harvard 6 2 J 12 A Cornell 6 5 J 15 H Dartmouth 4 0 J 18 A Boston University 7 6 * J 22 A Yale 4 2 J 25 H Providence 4 1 J 27 H R.P.I. 8 4 J 31 A Dartmouth 5 6 F 1 H Colgate 6 3 Beanpot Tournament F 4 G Harvard 4 3 F 7 H New Hampshire 4 3 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 11 G Northeastern 4 5 *F 17 H Northeastern 9 1 F 21 A Maine 6 3 F 23 A Army 9 3 F 25 H Vermont 7 3 M 1 A Providence 2 6 M 5 H Boston University 4 1 M 8 A Northeastern 8 6 ECAC Playoffs M 11 H Cornell 1 5 WON 25, LOST 7, TIED 1 184 120

1980-81

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captains: Mike Ewanouski, Mark Switaj N 7 A Bowling Green 4 3 N 8 A Bowling Green 4 0 N 21 H Merrimack 7 3 N 24 H Holy Cross 8 7 D 3 A Brown 4 4 D 5 A Providence 3 3 D 8 H Maine 3 2 D 11 A Vermont 6 3 D 14 H New Hampshire 2 5 D 29 H Salem State 6 5 J 3 A Princeton 3 6 J 6 H Harvard 6 2 J 9 A Boston University 6 4 J 13 H Dartmouth 6 1 J 16 H Cornell 6 6 J 20 H Yale 6 1 J 23 H St. Lawrence 3 2 J 26 A Northeastern 5 3 J 29 A Dartmouth 2 1 Beanpot Tournament

2 G Boston University 5 2 6 H Providence 2 5 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 9 G Harvard 0 2 F 13 H Clarkson 0 5 F 17 A Maine 4 1 F 20 A Colgate 3 6 F 21 A R.P.I. 4 1 F 24 H Boston University 3 5 F 27 H Army 5 1 M 1 A New Hampshire 4 3 M 4 H Northeastern 4 3 ECAC Playoffs M 10 H Providence 2 5 WON 20, LOST 8, TIED 3 126 100

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captains: Billy O’Dwyer, Gary Sampson N 14 H Salem State 9 2 N 20 H Holy Cross 7 3 N 24 H Princeton 5 4 D 1 H Brown 4 3 D 4 A St. Lawrence 3 6 D 5 A Clarkson 5 6 D 8 H Maine 5 2 D 10 H Northeastern 9 6 D 20 H Merrimack 10 4 I Love NY Tourney D 29 LP Clarkson 3 4 D 30 LP Plattsburgh State 6 2 J 2 A New Hampshire 2 4 J 5 A Harvard 4 3 J 9 H Boston University 5 3 J 12 H Providence 5 3 J 16 A Cornell 2 6 J 19 A Yale 3 2 J 22 H R.P.I. 6 5 J 24 A Providence 5 3 J 27 H Dartmouth 3 2 Beanpot Tournament F 1 G Northeastern 3 2 F 4 H New Hampshire 2 4 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 8 G Boston University 1 3 F 12 H Colgate 3 0 F 16 A Maine 10 2 F 20 A Army 7 4 F 23 H Vermont 2 6 F 27 A Northeastern 2 4 M 3 A Boston University 0 5 ECAC Tournament M 10 H Harvard 0 2 WON 19, LOST 11, TIED 0 131 105

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1983-84

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captains: Jim Chisholm, Bill McDonough, Ed Rauseo N 15 H Lowell 3 2 N 20 H Holy Cross 10 2 N 22 H Northeastern 3 1 N 29 H Brown 4 3 * D 2 A Clarkson 5 3 D 3 A St. Lawrence 5 4 * D 6 H Maine 5 4 * D 9 A Northeastern 4 9 D 12 H Providence 1 2 D 18 H Princeton 6 5 Minnesota-Duluth Holiday Classic D 28 DA Ferris State 9 6 D 29 DA Lake Superior State 6 4 D 30 DA Minnesota-Duluth 6 4 J 3 A Harvard 3 1 First Interstate Classic J 5 AK North Dakota 3 4 *J 6 AK British Columbia 4 3 * J 7 AK Colorado College 4 3 * J 11 H Boston University 4 3 * J 13 A Cornell 3 1 J 17 A Yale 3 5 J 20 H New Hampshire 5 4 J 22 H Vermont 5 4 * J 24 H Dartmouth 10 2 J 27 H Colgate 4 3 * F 2 A Providence 2 5 Beanpot Tournament F 6 G Boston University 5 6 F 9 H R.P.I. 3 4 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 13 G Harvard 5 2 F 17 A New Hampshire 5 4 F 21 A Maine 4 6 F 24 H Army 9 1 F 28 A Boston University 4 1 ECAC Tournament (4th) M 2 H Providence 6 3 M 3 H Providence 3 5 0 M 3 H Providence (mini-game) 1 M 9 G Boston U. 4 6 M 10 G Clarkson 1 3 NCAA Tournament M 17 A Michigan State 2 6 M 18 A Michigan State 6 7 WON 26, LOST 13, TIED 0 175 141

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Tim Mitchell O 17 H Northeastern 7 5 O 26 H North Dakota 5 7 O 28 H North Dakota 4 3 O 30 A New Hampshire 4 3 N 4 A Providence 5 0 N 9 A Denver 3 8 N 10 A Denver 7 4 N 13 H Boston University 6 3 N 17 A Lowell 5 7 N 19 H Holy Cross 11 2 N 23 A Minnesota 2 8 N 24 A Minnesota 2 4 N 30 A Michigan Tech 4 2 D 1 A Michigan Tech 6 2 D 4 A Brown 9 3 D 7 H Northern Michigan 3 2 D 8 H Northern Michigan 7 3 D 21 H Harvard 6 6 T D 28 H Colorado College 7 5 D 29 H Colorado College 7 5 J 4 A Wisconsin 5 2 J 5 A Wisconsin 6 2 J 8 A Boston University 10 1 J 11 H Minnesota-Duluth 4 8 J 13 H Minnesota-Duluth 4 2 J 16 H New Hampshire 3 4 *J 19 H Providence 5 2 J 21 A Northeastern 10 3 J 27 H Maine 9 3 J 30 H Lowell 15 6 Beanpot Tournament F 4 G Northeastern 2 4 F 7 A New Hampshire 5 3 Beanpot Tournament (4th) F 11 G Harvard 5 6 F 14 A Lowell 4 2 F 17 H Northeastern 5 1 F 23 A Maine 3 2 F 24 A Maine 4 5 *F 27 H Providence 4 6 M 3 H Boston University 2 2 T Hockey East Tournament (2nd) M 15 P Lowell 6 5 M 16 P Providence 1 2 **NCAA Tournament M 22 H Minnesota 5 7 M 23 H Minnesota 4 1 NCAA Frozen Four M 26 J Providence 3 4***M 30 J Minnesota-Duluth 6 7 *WON 28, LOST 15, TIED 2 240 172

1985-86

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Scott Harlow O 26 A Maine O 30 H Northeastern N 2 H New Hampshire N 5 H Providence N 8 H Wisconsin N 9 H Wisconsin N 11 H Holy Cross N 13 A Boston University N 19 H Lowell N 22 A Northern Michigan

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1986-87

Coach: Len Ceglarski Captains: John McLean, Shaun Real, Kevin Stevens O 24 A Maine 8 O 25 A Maine 3 O 29 WB Northeastern 3 N 1 A Northeastern 7 N 5 A Lowell 4 N 8 MT Lowell 3 N 10 A Holy Cross 3 N 15 MT Michigan Tech 9 N 16 WB Northern Michigan 6 N 18 BR Providence 5 N 21 A Providence 6 N 29 WB Minnesota 8 D 2 G Boston University 9 D 6 A Boston University 7 D 10 A New Hampshire 4 D 13 BR New Hampshire 10 D 26 MT Moscow-Spartak (ex.)2 J 2 A North Dakota 5 J 4 A Wisconsin 5 J 9 A Denver 8 J 10 A Colorado College 9 J 16 BR Minnesota-Duluth 7 J 20 G Boston University 8 J 23 A Boston University 5 J 28 MT Lowell 7 J 30 A Lowell 3 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 2 G Boston University 3 F 9 G Harvard 7 F 13 WB Maine 6 F 14 WB Maine 6 F 18 WB New Hampshire 4

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captains: John Devereaux, Dan Shea O 25 A Providence 8 4 O 28 WB Team U.S.A. (ex.) 4 12 O 31 WB New Hampshire 6 2 N 4 WB Northeastern 3 6 N 7 A Boston University 4 3 N 13 A Northern Michigan 2 5 N 14 A Michigan Tech 7 8 N 20 WB Lowell 4 5 N 27 WB Denver 4 6 N 30 MT Colorado College 4 1 D 4 A Michigan 4 6 D 5 A Michigan 4 5 D 9 MT Boston University 4 4 Long Island Invitational (1st) D 27 NC Minnesota-Duluth 4 2 D 28 NC Illinois-Chicago 7 5 J 3 A Minnesota-Duluth 1 5 J 3 A Minnesota 3 4 J 8 A Northeastern 4 4 J 14 BR North Dakota 1 2 J 17 WB Wisconsin 5 4 J 20 A New Hampshire 1 5 J 23 BR Maine 2 3 J 26 BR Providence 4 3 J 29 A Lowell 3 5 Beanpot Tournament F 1 G N ortheastern 0 4 F 5 MT Lowell 6 5 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 8 G Harvard 4 2 F 13 A New Hampshire 4 7 F 16 WB Northeastern 7 5 F 19 A Maine 4 3 F 20 A Maine 2 9 F 24 WB Providence 8 5 F 27 A Boston University 3 6 Hockey East Tournament M 4 A Lowell 3 3 M 5 A Lowell 2 5 WON 13, LOST 18, TIED 3 132 151

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: Greg Brown O 31 H Northeastern 2 N 4 A Vermont 7 N 7 H Merrimack 3 N 11 A Providence 4 N 17 H Michigan State 3 N 21 A Northeastern 3 N 24 H Minnesota 7 N 28 H Boston University 4 D 1 A Maine 5 D 2 A Maine 4 D 5 H New Hampshire 9 D 8 H Cornell 8 D 9 A Lowell 2 Bank One Badger Hockey Showdown D 28 BC Minnesota-Duluth 3 D 29 BC Wisconsin 3 J 3 A Boston University 3 J 7 H Providence 6 J 9 A Northeastern 7 J 12 A St. Lawrence 2 J 13 A Clarkson 2 J 16 H Dartmouth 8 J 19 H Merrimack 8 J 20 A New Hampshire 6 J 23 H Lowell 3 J 30 H Yale 7 F 2 A Merrimack 10 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 5 G Boston University 3 F 12 G Northeastern 8 F 14 H Providence 6

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Coach: Len Ceglarski Captain: David Emma N 2 H Vermont 5 1 N 11 H Boston University 3 2 N 13 A Northeastern 7 4 N 16 A Michigan State 2 4 N 17 A Michigan State 5 4 N 20 H Northeastern 6 4 N 23 H Harvard 2 1 N 25 A R.P.I. 4 5 N 27 A Providence 8 7 D 2 H Michigan 5 1 D 4 H Providence 5 1 D 8 A New Hampshire 3 5 D 10 A Merrimack 5 6 D 15 H Maine 6 5 D 20 N Minnesota 3 2 D 21 N Michigan State 2 3 J 4 H Notre Dame 8 1 J 5 A Merrimack 3 2 J 8 H New Hampshire 5 3 J 11 H St. Lawrence 5 0 J 12 H Clarkson 8 5 J 15 A Maine 5 6 J 18 H Boston University 5 2 J 20 H Maine 5 4 J 22 A Dartmouth 8 2 J 25 H Lowell 4 0 J 26 A Lowell 2 3 J 29 A Cornell 5 4 F 1 H Merrimack 4 2 Beanpot Tournament F 4 G Northeastern 5 3 F 8 H New Hampshire 5 2 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 11 G Boston University 4 8 F 15 A Lowell 7 3 F 17 H Northeastern 10 8 F 20 A Providence 2 3 F 23 A Boston University 6 5 Hockey East Tournament F 27 H Northeastern 5 6 NCAA Tournament M 15 H Alaska Anchorage 2 3 M 16 H Alaska Anchorage 1 3 WON 27, LOST 12, TIED 0 185 133

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Coach: Steve Cedorchuk Captains: Marc Beran, Ron Pascucci, Scott Zygulski O 24 A Army 6 2 O 30 A Alaska Anchorage 4 1 O 31 A Alaska Anchorage 1 5 N 7 A Vermont 2 2 N 13 H UMass-Lowell 2 5 N 14 A UMass-Lowell 3 2 N 20 H New Hampshire 6 9 N 21 A New Hampshire 5 5 N 27 H St. Lawrence 6 6 N 29 H Clarkson 0 6 D 4 H Providence 6 3 D 5 A Providence 4 5 D 9 A Boston University 4 7 D 21 H Moscow Spartak (ex.) 8 8 Badger Classic D 28 BC Wisconsin 3 10 D 29 BC Miami 3 6 J 3 A Harvard 2 5 J 8 A Northeastern 2 2 J 10 H Northeastern 4 1 J 12 A Yale 2 1 J 15 H Boston University 1 5 J 16 A Boston University 2 7 J 22 H Maine 1 8

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1993-94

Coach: Steve Cedorchuk Captains: Jack Callahan, John Joyce, Michael Spalla O 13 H Team USA (ex.) 3 9 O 30 A Clarkson 3 4 N 5 H Vermont 6 5 N 12 A UMass-Lowell 3 3 N 13 H UMass-Lowell 3 4 N 19 H New Hampshire 8 3 N 20 A New Hampshire 3 6 N 23 H Dartmouth 9 2 N 28 H Army 9 0 D 3 A Providence 5 9 D 4 H Providence 4 1 D 7 A Cornell 5 2 D 11 H Boston University 2 5 Denver Cup D 28 DU Air Force 5 1 D 29 DU Denver 2 4 J 4 A Yale 8 4 J 7 H Northeastern 4 9 J 8 A Northeastern 4 2 J 14 H Boston University 2 6 J 15 A Boston University 4 6 J 21 A Maine 4 4 J 22 A Maine 5 3 J 28 H UMass-Lowell 3 3 J 29 A UMass-Lowell 1 4 F 2 H Merrimack 3 4 F 4 A Merrimack 4 6 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 7 G Northeastern 5 4 F 14 G Harvard 2 1 F 18 H New Hampshire 3 3 F 19 A New Hampshire 2 3 F 22 H Merrimack 4 2 F 25 A Providence 5 1 F 26 H Providence 5 4 M 4 A Northeastern 1 1 M 5 H Maine 3 4 Hockey East Tournament M 11 A New Hampshire 1 4 M 12 A New Hampshire 5 6 WON 15, LOST 16, TIED 5 145 133

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1995-96

Jerry York

1994-present 17 years – 413-212-59

1994-95

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Jerry Buckley, Ryan Haggerty O 16 H New Brunswick (ex.) 3 3 O 22 A Army 9 3 O 29 H Clarkson 2 3 O 30 H UMass-Amherst 4 2 N 1 H Vermont 2 4 N 4 H Northeastern 3 8 N 5 A Dartmouth 4 5 N 11 H Maine 4 4 N 13 H Maine 1 3 N 18 A New Hampshire 4 4 N 19 H New Hampshire 1 11 N 26 H Denver 3 4 D 2 H Northeastern 8 5 D 3 A Northeastern 3 6 D 9 H UMass-Lowell 3 4 D 10 A UMass-Lowell 4 3 D 28 H Notre Dame 2 3 J 2 A R.P.I. 2 7 J 6 H UMass-Amherst 8 4 J 7 A UMass-Amherst 3 5 J 11 A Maine 1 5 J 13 H Yale 7 5 J 20 H Boston University 4 7 J 21 A Boston University 1 5 J 27 H Providence 5 4 J 28 A Providence 7 5 F 3 A UMass-Lowell 7 3 Beanpot Tournament F 6 G Harvard 7 6 F 10 H New Hampshire 3 4 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 13 G Boston University 1 5 F 17 H Merrimack 1 4 F 18 A Merrimack 0 4 F 26 A Providence 2 5 M 3 A Merrimack 6 4 M 4 A Boston University 3 10 Hockey East Tournament M 7 H UMass-Amherst 4 5 WON 11, LOST 22, TIED 3 129 169

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1996-97

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Joe Harney, David Wainwright O 18 A Bowling Green 3 8 O 19 A Bowling Green 2 4 O 25 H Michigan State 4 3 N 1 H UMass-Lowell 4 6 N 2 A UMass-Lowell 8 4 N 8 H Notre Dame 6 1 N 15 H Providence 4 4 T N 16 A Providence 4 3 N 22 A New Hampshire 3 8 N 23 H New Hampshire 2 4 N 26 A Northeastern 4 2 N 29 A Clarkson 3 6 N 30 A St. Lawrence 6 4 D 6 H Maine 3 6 D 7 H Maine 5 3 D 11 A Boston University 4 6 New Dodge Mariucci Classic D 27 MA Minnesota 2 4 D 28 MA Clarkson 4 7 J 3 A UMass-Lowell 4 6 J 6 H UMass-Amherst 5 4 J 14 H RPI 3 2 J 17 A Boston University 5 5 T J 18 H Boston University 4 4 T J 24 H UMass-Amherst 3 2 J 25 H New Hampshire 2 5 J 31 A Maine 6 8 Beanpot Tournament F 3 F Northeastern 4 1 F 7 A Providence 2 4 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 10 F Boston University 2 4 F 14 H Merrimack 2 5 F 15 A Merrimack 5 11 F 22 A UMass-Amherst 3 2 F 28 H Northeastern 7 5 M 1 A Merrimack 3 4 Hockey East Tournament M 6 A Merrimack 7 6 M 7 A Merrimack 5 3 M 14 F New Hampshire 0 4 M 15 F UMass-Lowell 2 2 T WON 15, LOST 19, TIED 4 145 170

1997-98

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Marty Reasoner, Brendan Buckley, Jamie O’Leary O 11 H Univ. of Ottawa 10 0 O 17 H Bowling Green 3 2 O 24 A Notre Dame 3 2 O 31 H Merrimack 4 6 N 2 A UMass-Amherst 3 1 N 4 H New Hampshire 6 4 N 7 A New Hampshrie 4 1 N 14 A Northeastern 5 2 N 15 H Northeastern 4 5 *N 18 H Harvard 4 3 * N 21 A Maine 6 1 N 22 A Maine 5 12 N 25 A Brown 6 3 N 28 H St. Lawrence 6 0 N 29 H Clarkson 3 4 D 7 H Boston University 1 5 D 9 A Boston University 3 3 T Badger Showdown D 27 BC N. Michigan 2 3 D 28 BC Harvard 6 6 T J 9 H Boston University 4 2 J 10 H Maine 0 0 T J 16 H Providence 6 0 J 17 A Providence 8 0 J 24 H UMass-Amherst 6 3 J 27 A New Hampshire 3 9 J 30 H UMass-Lowell 4 3 Beanpot Tournament F 2 F Harvard 4 5 *F 6 H Providence 3 3 T Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 9 F Northeastern 4 1 F 13 A Merrimack 4 3 F 14 H Merrimack 4 1 F 27 A UMass-Lowell 5 4 F 28 H UMass-Lowell 7 3 M 4 A UMass-Amherst 6 1 M 7 A Northeastern 6 6 T Hockey East Tournament M 12 H Providence 4 3 M 13 H Providence 6 3 M 20 F Merrimack 7 2 M 21 F Maine 3 2 NCAA East Regional M 29 PE Colorado College 6 1 NCAA Frozen Four A 2 F Ohio State 5 2 A 4 F Michigan 2 3 WON 28, LOST 9, TIED 5 191 123

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2001-02

1998-99

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brendan Buckley, Chris Masters, Mike Mottau Ice Breaker Tournament O 9 MA Ohio State 4 3 * O 10 MA St. Lawrence 3 2 O 16 H Toronto (ex.) 8 0 O 30 H UMass-Lowell 7 3 O 31 A UMass-Lowell 6 4 N 6 H Notre Dame 5 5 T N 13 H Northeastern 4 5 *N 14 A Northeastern 6 3 N 20 H Boston University 6 2 N 21 A Boston University 2 4 N 27 A St. Lawrence 6 2 N 28 A Clarkson 1 2 D 4 A New Hampshire 1 6 D 5 H New Hampshire 6 3 D 8 A Merrimack 2 1 Denver Cup D 27 MN Colorado College 5 3 D 28 MN Denver 3 4 *J 2 H Minnesota 8 4 J 3 H Minnesota 3 3 T J 8 H Maine 1 2 J 9 H Maine 7 4 J 13 A Harvard 1 3 J 15 H Northeastern 5 1 J 22 H Providence 0 3 J 23 A Providence 5 2 J 26 H UMass-Amherst 7 1 J 29 A UMass-Amherst 3 1 Beanpot Tournament F 1 F Boston University 2 3 *F 5 H UMass-Amherst 5 4 * Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 8 F Harvard 6 4 F 13 A Maine 4 6 F 19 A UMass-Lowell 3 2 F 20 H New Hampshire 2 2 T F 23 A Providence 5 5 T F 26 A Merrimack 2 5 M 5 A Boston University 3 2 M 6 H Merrimack 7 2 Hockey East Tournament M 11 H UMass-Lowell 5 0 M 12 H UMass-Lowell 5 4 M 19 F Maine 3 2 M 20 F New Hampshire 5 4 * NCAA West Regional M 27 DN Northern Michigan 2 1 M 28 DN North Dakota 3 1 NCAA Frozen Four A 1 AP Maine 1 2 *WON 27, LOST 12, TIED 4 170 125

1999-2000

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Mike Mottau, Blake Bellefeuille, Brian Gionta O 15 H Bowling Green 5 2 O 19 H Merrimack 7 2 O 23 A UMass-Amherst 4 1 O 29 A Minnesota 5 6 *O 30 A Minnesota 4 1 N 7 H UMass-Lowell 4 1 N 12 A Northeastern 5 6 N 14 H Maine 2 4 N 19 A Merrimack 0 2 N 20 A New Hampshire 1 2 *N 30 H Northeastern 4 2 D 7 H Merrimack 4 0 D 10 H Harvard 3 0 Sheraton/Howard Bank Hockey Classic D 29 GU Dartmouth 6 1 D 30 GU Vermont 5 4 J 2 H Brown 6 2 J 8 H Boston University 4 4 T J 9 A Boston University 1 2 J 14 H UMass-Lowell 6 2 J 16 A Yale 3 1 J 22 A Providence 3 4 J 23 H Providence 6 0 J 28 A Maine 3 2 J 29 A Maine 3 0 F 4 A UMass-Lowell 5 2 Beanpot Tournament F 7 F Northeastern 6 0 F 11 H Providence 8 0 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 14 F Boston University 1 4 F 19 A New Hampshire 1 4 F 20 H New Hampshire 4 1 F 25 A UMass-Amherst 2 0 F 26 H UMass-Amherst 1 5 M 2 A Northeastern 7 2 M 5 H Boston University 6 2 Hockey East Tournament M 10 H Northeastern 8 4 M 11 H Northeastern 3 2 M 17 F New Hampshire 2 1 M 18 F Maine 1 2 NCAA West Regional M 24 MA Michigan State 6 5 * M 26 MA Wisconsin 4 1 NCAA Frozen Four A 6 P St. Lawrence 4 2 A 8 P North Dakota 2 4 WON 29, LOST 12, TIED 1 165 92

2000-01

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brian Gionta, Bobby Allen, Mike Lephart Maverick Stampede O 13 OM Notre Dame 4 1 O 14 OM Nebraska-Omaha 5 1 O 20 A Denver 3 2 O 21 A Denver 3 2 O 27 H Wisconsin 2 3 O 29 H UMass-Amherst 9 5 N 3 H Northeastern 6 3 N 4 A UMass-Lowell 6 1 N 7 H Yale 3 4 N 10 A Notre Dame 5 3 N 17 A Merrimack 6 1 N 18 H New Hampshire 1 4 N 21 H Merrimack 7 2 N 25 A Harvard 3 2 * D 6 A Northeastern 0 0 T D 10 A Maine 7 2 Great Lakes Invitational D 29 J Michigan State 1 4 D 30 J Michigan 8 5 J 6 A Boston University 2 3 J 7 H Boston University 5 2 J 12 A UMass-Lowell 2 1 J 16 A Merrimack 3 6 J 19 H Providence 4 0 J 20 A Providence 4 2 J 26 H Maine 4 1 J 27 H Maine 7 2 F 2 H UMass-Lowell 4 3 Beanpot Tournament F 5 F Harvard 4 1 F 9 A Providence 3 5 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 12 F Boston University 5 3 F 16 H New Hampshire 3 2 F 18 A New Hampshire 0 2 F 23 H UMass-Amherst 3 3 T F 24 A UMass-Amherst 6 3 M 1 H Northeastern 6 3 M 4 A Boston University 5 1 Hockey East Tournament M 9 H Merrimack 1 0 M 10 H Merrimack 5 1 M 16 F UMass-Lowell 5 1 M 17 F Providence 5 3 NCAA East Regional M 24 WC Maine 3 1 NCAA Frozen Four A 5 PE Michigan 4 2 A 7 PE North Dakota 3 2 * WON 33, LOST 8, TIED 2 175 98

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Jeff Giuliano, Ales Dolinar O 6 A Vermont 5 1 O 12 AK Denver 3 4 O 13 A Alaska-Anchorage 4 4 T O 19 H UMass-Lowell 2 7 O 20 A Northeastern 3 4 O 26 H Notre Dame 4 1 N 2 A Wisconsin 2 5 N 3 A Wisconsin 3 1 N 8 H Merrimack 6 4 N 14 H Providence 4 1 N 17 H Boston University 3 1 N 23 H Harvard 1 0 N 30 A New Hampshire 4 5 *D 1 H UMass-Amherst 4 0 D 7 A Maine 2 5 D 8 A Maine 3 3 T Silverado Shootout D 28 DA Miami (Ohio) 5 1 D 29 A Minnesota-Duluth 5 1 J 6 NH Yale 2 1 J 7 A UMass-Amherst 4 3 * J 11 H UMass-Lowell 2 3 J 12 A UMass-Lowell 4 8 J 18 H Boston University 1 2 J 20 A Boston University 1 3 J 25 A Providence 4 6 J 27 H Providence 2 5 F 1 A UMass-Amherst 3 2 * Beanpot Tournament F 4 F Boston University 3 5 F 8 H Maine 4 3 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 11 F Harvard 4 0 F 15 H Merrimack 2 1 F 16 A Merrimack 2 5 F 22 A Northeastern 7 2 F 24 H Northeastern 3 1 M 2 A New Hampshire 2 5 M 3 H New Hampshire 1 2 Hockey East Tournament M 7 A Maine 3 7 M 8 A Maine 2 4 WON 18, LOST 18, TIED 2 119 116

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2002-03

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Ben Eaves, Anthony D’Arpino, J.D. Forrest O 13 A Massachusetts 6 0 O 18 H Denver 4 2 O 20 H Vermont 8 6 O 25 H Wisconsin 4 2 O 26 A UMass-Lowell 4 3 N 1 A Notre Dame 3 3 T N 7 A Merrimack 7 0 N 12 A Providence 6 1 N 15 A Boston University 3 2 N 19 H New Hampshire 2 3 *N 22 H Northeastern 4 1 N 26 A Dartmouth 4 5 *D 6 H Maine 3 4 D 7 H Maine 2 2 T D 11 A Harvard 2 2 T Dodge Holiday Classic (2nd) D 27 MA Bowling Green 6 5 D 28 MA Minnesota 1 2 *J 3 H Massachusetts 2 3 J 10 H UMass-Lowell 6 3 J 11 A UMass-Lowell 7 1 J 16 A Boston University 3 1 J 17 H Boston University 3 2 J 24 H Providence 1 4 J 25 A Providence 5 3 J 31 H Massachusetts 9 0 Beanpot Tournament F 3 F Northeastern 5 2 F 7 A Maine 5 2 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 10 F Boston University 2 3 F 14 H Merrimack 3 2 * F 15 A Merrimack 1 6 F 21 H Northeastern 5 2 F 22 A Northeastern 6 3 F 28 H New Hampshire 3 3 T M 1 A New Hampshire 1 4 Hockey East Tournament M 7 H Merrimack 4 1 M 8 H Merrimack 2 1 M 14 F Boston University 5 6 **NCAA East Regional M 29 P Ohio State 1 0 M 30 P Cornell 1 2 **WON 24, LOST 11, TIED 4 149 97

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2003-04

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Ben Eaves, J.D. Forrest, Ty Hennes O 4 A Vermont 5 3 Icebreaker (1st) O 10 MI Minnesota-Duluth 2 2 T O 11 MI Findlay 4 1 O 17 A North Dakota 4 6 O 18 A North Dakota 2 1 O 24 H Notre Dame 0 1 N 5 H UMass-Lowell 4 1 N 7 H Maine 4 1 N 12 V New Hampshire 2 2 T N 14 A Massachusetts 4 1 N 18 H Merrimack 3 3 T N 21 H Providence 7 4 N 25 H Dartmouth 4 1 N 29 H Northeastern 4 2 D 5 H Boston University 5 2 D 10 H Harvard 3 2 Great Lakes Invitational (1st) D 27 J Michigan 4 1 D 28 J Michigan State 4 3 J 3 A Northeastern 0 3 J 9 H Merrimack 4 0 J 16 H Boston University 5 1 J 17 A Boston University 3 2 J 20 A Providence 2 1 * J 23 A Northeastern 4 2 J 30 H Providence 4 0 Beanpot Tournament F 2 F Harvard 4 1 F 5 A Merrimack 4 4 T Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 9 F Boston University 2 1 * F 13 A Massachusetts 5 2 F 14 H Massachusetts 6 1 F 20 H UMass-Lowell 4 1 F 21 A UMass-Lowell 5 0 F 27 H New Hampshire 4 2 F 28 A New Hampshire 2 3 M 5 A Maine 0 3 M 6 A Maine 3 4 *Hockey East Tournament M 11 H Boston University 2 3 M 12 H Boston University 4 0 M 13 H Boston University 2 4 NCAA Northeast Regional M 27 V Niagara 5 2 M 28 V Michigan 3 2 * NCAA Frozen Four A 8 F Maine 1 2 WON 29, LOST 9, TIED 4 143 81

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Ryan Shannon, Andr ew Ryan Murphy, Patrick Eaves O 15 H Denver 6 O 19 A UMass-Lowell 3 O 22 A Notre Dame 2 O 29 H North Dakota 5 N 5 A Maine 3 N 12 H Massachusetts 3 N 16 A Harvard 1 N 19 A Providence 2 N 22 H Holy Cross 5 N 27 A Northeastern 4 D 3 A Boston University 2 D 4 H Providence 1 D 10 H Northeastern 2 Florida College Classic (1st) D 28 GA Cornell 4 D 29 GA St. Cloud St. 2 J 4 A Merrimack 4 J 8 A Merrimack 3 J 11 A Yale 1 J 14 H Boston University 6 J 15 A Boston University 2 J 21 H Northeastern 4 ZJ 22 H New Hampshire 2 J 27 A Massachusetts 5 J 28 H Massachusetts 6 F 4 A Providence 2 Beanpot Tournament F 7 F Boston University 1 F 11 H Merrimack 8 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 14 F Harvard 4 F 18 H UMass-Lowell 1 F 19 A UMass-Lowell 1 F 25 H New Hampshire 3 F 26 A New Hampshire 5 M 4 H Maine 4 M 5 H Maine 2 Hockey East Tournament M 11 H Massachusetts 3 M 12 H Massachusetts 5 M 18 F Maine 2 M 19 F New Hampshire 3 NCAA Northeast Regional M 25 WC Mercyhurst 5 M 26 WC North Dakota 3 WON 26, LOST 7, TIED 7 130

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Coach: Jerry York Captains: Peter Harrold, Chris Collins, Stephen Gionta O 14 A Michigan 2 3 O 15 A Bowling Green 9 6 O 22 A Northeastern 1 1 T O 28 H Maine 1 2 O 29 H Providence 3 2 N 1 A New Hampshire 3 2 N 13 A Vermont 2 1 N 15 H Harvard 3 5 N 19 H Northeastern 5 3 N 26 H Merrimack 3 0 D 2 H Boston University 2 1 D 3 A Boston University 2 6 D 9 H Massachusetts 7 0 D 10 A Massachusetts 4 1 Denver Cup (1st) D 30 MG Ferris St. 3 3 T D 31 MG Princeton 5 1 J 6 H Northeastern 4 3 J 7 A Providence 4 1 J 13 H Merrimack 2 1 J 14 A Merrimack 5 0 J 20 H Vermont 2 0 J 21 H Vermont 3 0 J 27 H Boston University 3 4 J 28 A UMass-Lowell 4 3 * F 3 A Massachusetts 2 3 Beanpot Tournament F 6 F Northeastern 5 2 F 10 H Providence 8 3 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 13 F Boston University 2 3 F 17 A Maine 1 4 F 18 A Maine 1 3 F 23 H UMass-Lowell 6 0 F 25 A UMass-Lowell 3 6 M 2 H New Hampshire 3 3 T M 4 A New Hampshire 2 5 Hockey East Tournament M 9 H Vermont 3 2 * M 10 H Vermont 6 2 M 17 F Maine 4 1 M 18 F Boston University 1 2 *NCAA Northeast Regional M 24 WC Miami (Ohio) 5 0 M 25 WC Boston University 5 0 NCAA Frozen Four A 6 BC North Dakota 6 5 A 8 BC Wisconsin 1 2 WON 26, LOST 13, TIED 3 146 95

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2008-09

2006-07

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brian Boyle, Mike Brennan, Joe Rooney O 10 H Northeastern 5 2 O 20 H Notre Dame 1 7 O 21 H Bowling Green 5 1 O 27 A Wisconsin 3 0 O 28 A Wisconsin 4 1 O 31 A Providence 3 5 N 4 H Vermont 1 0 N 7 A Harvard 0 4 N 10 A Merrimack 3 1 N 17 A Northeastern 3 3 T N 19 A Maine 4 3 * N 22 H New Hampshire 3 6 D 2 A Boston University 1 0 D 8 A Massachusetts 1 2 D 9 H Massachusetts 5 2 J 5 A Northeastern 2 3 *J 7 H Providence 3 1 J 10 H Merrimack 4 1 J 11 A Merrimack 6 1 J 19 A Vermont 2 3 J 20 A Vermont 2 4 J 24 H Boston University 1 4 J 26 A Boston University 5 2 J 27 H UMass-Lowell 4 3 F 2 H Massachusetts 3 5 Beanpot Tournament F 5 F Harvard 3 1 F 9 A Providence 2 1 Beanpot Tournament (2nd) F 12 F Boston University 1 2 *F 15 H Maine 5 2 F 16 H Maine 6 5 F 22 H UMass-Lowell 3 0 F 24 A UMass-Lowell 4 3 M 2 A New Hampshire 4 1 M 3 H New Hampshire 4 2 Hockey East Tournament M 8 H Northeastern 3 0 M 9 H Northeastern 7 1 M 16 F Boston University 6 2 M 17 F New Hampshire 5 2 NCAA Northeast Regional M 24 VW St. Lawrence 4 1 M 25 VW Miami (Ohio) 4 0 NCAA Frozen Four A 5 SC North Dakota 6 4 A 7 SC Michigan State 1 3 WON 29, LOST 12, TIED 1 142 94

2007-08

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Mike Brennan, Dan Bertram, Matt Greene O 12 XC Michigan 3 4 *O 13 XC RPI 4 1 O 19 H North Dakota 0 0 T O 21 A Vermont 3 3 T O 26 H Merrimack 7 1 O 28 A Merrimack 4 2 N 2 H Maine 1 1 T N 9 H Merrimack 3 3 T N 10 A New Hampshire 2 5 N 16 A Massachusetts 1 1 T N 17 H Massachusetts 2 3 N 23 H Northeastern 3 4 -* N 30 H Boston University 6 2 D 1 A Boston University 4 3 D 12 A Harvard 7 2 D 29 MA Air Force 8 2 D 30 MA RIT 6 0 J 5 A Clarkson 2 4 J 9 H Vermont 4 1 J 11 H Vermont 5 2 J 18 A UMass-Lowell 5 4 J 19 H Boston University 2 2 T J 25 A Maine 3 3 T J 26 A Maine 4 2 F 1 H Providence 2 3 Beanpot Tournament F 4 F Boston University 4 3 * F 8 A Massachusetts 4 1 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 11 F Harvard 6 5 * F 15 H UMass-Lowell 1 3 F 16 A UMass-Lowell 5 2 F 22 H New Hampshire 0 2 F 23 A New Hampshire 1 5 F 29 H Providence 2 3 M 1 A Providence 2 2 T M 7 H Northeastern 2 3 -* M 8 A Northeastern 4 1 Hockey East Tournament M 14 H Providence 5 1 M 15 H Providence 5 1 M 21 F New Hampshire 5 4*** M 22 F Vermont 4 0 NCAA Northeast Regional M 29 WC Minnesota 5 2 M 30 WC Miami (Ohio) 4 3 * NCAA Frozen Four A 10 PC North Dakota 6 1 A 12 PC Notre Dame 4 1 WON 25, LOST 11, TIED 8 160 101

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Brock Bradford, Benn Ferrier o, Tim Filangieri O 10 H Wisconsin 5 4 O 17 H Bowling Green 5 3 O 18 A N ortheastern 3 4 O 24 H Vermont 3 2 O 30 H Merrimack 4 1 O 31 A Merrimack 4 3 * N 7 H N otre Dame 1 4 N 9 A Maine 1 2 N 14 A Merrimack 5 5 T N 15 H N ew Hampshire 8 6 N 21 H Massachusetts 2 0 N 22 A Massachusetts 3 4 *N 28 H Harvard 5 1 N 30 A Dartmouth 2 1 * D 5 A Boston University 1 1 T D 6 H Boston University 1 3 J 9 A Vermont 3 3 T J 10 A Vermont 2 4 J 16 H UMass Lowell 3 4 *J 17 A Boston University 2 5 J 24 H Maine 6 3 J 25 H Maine 4 1 J 30 A Providence 2 2 T Beanpot Tournament F 2 F N ortheastern 1 6 F 6 H Massachusetts 2 0 Beanpot Tournament (3rd) F 9 F Harvard 4 3 F 13 H UMass Lowell 0 6 F 14 A UMass Lowell 4 4 T F 20 A N ew Hampshire 2 3 F 21 A N ew Hampshire 2 4 F 27 H Providence 5 1 F 28 A Providence 4 3 * M 6 A N ortheastern 1 2 *M 7 H N ortheastern 4 1 Hockey East Tournament M 13 A N ew Hampshire 5 3 M 14 A N ew Hampshire 1 0 M 20 F Boston University 2 3 WON 18, LOST 14, TIED 5 112 105

2009-10

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Matt Price, Matt Lombardi, Ben Smith O 18 A Vermont 1 4 O 23 A N otre Dame 3 2 O 30 H Merrimack 4 3 N 1 A Merrimack 3 5 N 6 A N ew Hampshire 4 4 N 7 H N or theastern 5 1 N 14 H Vermont 7 1 N 15 H Vermont 2 3 N 20 A Maine 4 3 N 21 A Maine 3 3 N 27 H Clarkson 6 5 D 4 A Massachusetts 3 1 D 5 A Boston University 4 1 D 9 A Harvard 3 2 D 12 A Providence 3 1 Denver Cup J 1 MG St. Lawrence 2 5 J 2 A Denver 3 4 J 8 FP Boston University 2 3 J 12 H Providence 4 1 J 15 H Maine 6 1 J 22 H Boston University 4 5 J 23 A UMass-Lowell 1 4 J 29 H Providence 5 2 Beanpot Tournament F 1 F Harvard 6 0 F 5 A Massachusetts 7 1 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 8 F Boston University 4 3 F 12 A UMass-Lowell 1 4 F 13 H UMass-Lowell 2 1 F 19 A N ortheastern 2 3 F 21 H N ortheastern 7 1 F 23 H Merrimack 7 0 F 26 H Massachusetts 2 1 M 5 A N ew Hampshire 3 3 M 6 H N ew Hampshire 3 2 Hockey East Tournament M 12 H Massachusetts 6 5 M 13 H Massachusetts 5 2 M 19 F Vermont 3 0 M 20 F Maine 7 6 NCAA Northeast Regional M 27 WC Alaska-Fairbanks 3 1 M 28 WC Yale 9 7 NCAA Frozen Four A 8 FF Miami (Ohio) 7 1 A 10 FF Wisconsin 5 0 WON 29, LOST 10, TIED 3 171 104

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2010-11

Coach: Jerry York Captains: Joe Whitney, Brian Gibbons, Tommy Cross O 9 A N ortheastern 2 0 O 15 A Denver 6 2 O 16 A Denver 3 0 O 23 A N otre Dame 1 2 O 29 H Merrimack 3 2 O 30 A Merrimack 2 4 N 2 H UMass-Lowell 5 2 N 5 H N ew Hampshire 1 2 N 12 A V ermont 3 2 N 13 A Vermont 3 5 N 19 H Maine 4 0 N 21 H Maine 4 1 N 26 A Merrimack 3 5 N 28 H Vermont 6 0 D 3 A Boston University 9 5 D 4 H Boston University 5 2 Ledyard Classic D 30 RU Colgate 6 5 D 31 RU Mercyhurst 4 1 J 7 H Providence 4 1 J 8 A Providence 3 1 J 16 A Maine 1 4 J 21 A Boston University 3 2 J 22 H UMass-Lowell 5 3 J 29 A UMass-Lowell 5 1 F 4 H Massachusetts 5 0 Beanpot Tournament F 7 F Boston University 3 2 * F 11 A Providence 3 0 Beanpot Tournament (1st) F 14 F N ortheastern 7 6 * F 18 H N ortheastern 7 7 T F 19 A N ortheastern 1 2 F 25 A Massachusetts 4 3 F 26 H Massachusetts 2 1 M 4 H N ew Hampshire 4 0 M 5 A N ew Hampshire 4 3 Hockey East Tournament M 11 H Massachusetts 4 1 M 12 H Massachusetts 4 2 M 18 F Northeastern 5 4 M 19 F Merrimack 5 3 NCAA West Regional M 25 SC Colorado College 4 8 WON 30, LOST 8, TIED 1 153 94

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All-Time Goalie Roster Name Season(s) Ken Allan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1965-66 Tom Apprille . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1962-63, 63-64 Joe Arone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1940-41 Jim Barton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1968-69, 69-70, 70-71 Bernie Burke . . . . . . . . . . . . .1942-43, 46-47, 47-48, 48-49 John Burnett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1967-68, 68-69, 69-70 Rob Cail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1980-81 Paul Carey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953-54, 54-55 Phil Carey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1941-42, 42-43 Joe Carroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1950-51, 51-52, 52-53 Ed Casey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1948-49, 49-50 Scott Caulfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1992-93 Scott Clemmensen . . . . . . . .1997-98, 98-99, 99-00, 00-01 Jeff Cohen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1965-66, 66-67, 67-68 Bob Conceison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1971-72 Mike Correia . . . . . . . . . . . . .1994-95, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 Ray Coyne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1936-37, 37-38, 38-39 Mike Cronin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-78 Glen Crosby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1960-61 Norm Dailey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1946-47, 47-48, 48-49 Chuck D’Entremont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1953-54, 54-55, 55-56 Dave Dionne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-79 Joe Donovan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1984-85 Dan Drew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-90 Charlie Driscoll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1959-60, 60-61, 61-62 John Drummond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925-27 John Dunn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925-26 Tom Egan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-00, 00-01 Doug Ellis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1978-79, 79-80, 80-81,81-82 John Ferney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1963-64 Gene Fitzgerald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925-26 Jack Fitzgerald . . . . . . . . . . .1921-22, 22-23, 23-24, 24-25 Leon Fitzgerald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1926-27, 27-28, 28-29 Jimmy Fitzpatrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917-18 Fred Flavin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1963-64, 64-65 Coleman Foley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1957-58 Sandy Galuppo . . . . . . . . . . .1987-88, 88-89, 89-90, 90-91 Joe Gill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1928-29 Scott Gordon . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-83, 83-84, 84-85, 85-86 John Granfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1928-29 Neil Higgins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1970-71, 71-72, 72-73 Matti Kaltiainen . . . . . . . . . .2001-02, 02-03, 03-04, 04-05 Tim Kelleher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1999-00, 00-01, 01-02 Joe Kelly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983-84 Alex Kremer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007-08, 08-09 Scott LaGrand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-90, 90-91, 91-92 David Littman . . . . . . . . . . . .1985-86, 86-87, 87-88, 88-89 Jim Logue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1958-59, 59-60, 60-61 Pete Maggio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1949-50, 50-51, 51-52 Andrew Margolin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007-08

Name Season(s) Johnny Marr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1928-29 Don McCloskey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1918-19, 20-21 Andy McLaughlin . . . . . . . . .1995-96, 96-97, 97-98, 98-99 McNamara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1925-26 George McPhee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1966-67, 67-68, 68-69 Robbie Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2002-03, 03-04, 04-05 Parker Milner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2009-10, 10-11 Paul Moore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1936-37, 37-38, 38-39 Dan Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1920-21 Pat Murphy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1964-65, 65-66 Ben Murray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917-18 Tom Murray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1971-72, 73-74 John Muse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2007-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11 John Nicholson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1977-78 Ed O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1919-20, 20-21 Florence O’Connell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1917-18, 18-19 Bob O’Connor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979-80, 80-81, 81-82 Peter O’Hearn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1982-83 Joe Pearce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2003-04, 05-06, 06-07 Al Pitts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1955-56, 56-57, 57-58 Joe Quinn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1948-49 Tim Ready . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1933-34, 34-35, 35-36 Shaun Real . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1983-84, 84-85, 85-86, 86-87 Adam Reasoner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2005-06, 06-07 Dale Redmond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1974-75, 75-76 Vince Robinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1939-40 Mario Roscio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1936-37, 37-38 Bob Rudman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1957-58, 58-59, 59-60 Cory Schneider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2004-05, 05-06, 06-07 Hugh Sharkey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1939-40, 40-41, 41-42 David Sheehan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1956-57 Ari Shocket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1995-96 Mike Silva . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1989-90, 90-91 Josh Singewald . . . . . . . . . . .1991-92, 92-93, 93-94, 94-95 Paul Skidmore . . . . . . . . . . . .1975-76, 76-77, 77-78, 78-79 Terry Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1974-75 John Smolens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1969-70 Mike Sparrow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1991-92, 92-93 John Spinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1946-47 Gregory Sullivan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1932-33 Sweeney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1939-40 Billy Switaj . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1979-80, 80-81, 81-82, 82-83 Vince Tarkey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1952-53, 53-54 Greg Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1993-94, 94-95, 95-96, 96-97 Luke Urban . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1920-21 Chris Venti . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2008-09, 09-10, 10-11 Jeff Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1986-87, 87-88, 88-89 Bill Wilkens . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1973-74, 74-75, 75-76, 76-77 Ned Yetten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1971-72, 72-73, 73-74 Joe Zibbell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1934-35, 35-36

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BOSTON COLLEGE 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

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oston College was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and, with 3 teachers and 22 students, opened its doors on September 5, 1864. Through its first seven decades, it remained a small undergraduate institution, serving the sons of the Irish working class, and teach-

ing theology and philosophy, Greek and Latin classics, and English and modern languages. Originally located on Harrison Avenue in Boston’s South End, the College outgr ew its urban setting early in the 20th century and moved to the former Lawrence farm in then-rural Chestnut Hill, where ground was broken on June 19, 1909 for the construction of a central Recitation Building, later named Gasson Hall in honor of President Thomas I. Gasson, S.J., who led the relocation. The Recitation Building opened in March 1913. The three other buildings that still shape the core of the campus—St. Mary’s Hall, Devlin Hall, and Bapst Library—opened in 1917, 1924, and 1928, r espectively. Though incorporated as a university fr om its beginning, Boston College did not begin to fill out the dimensions of its University char ter until the 1920s, with the inauguration of the Graduate School of Ar ts and Sciences, the Law School, and the Evening College, today the James A. Woods, S.J., College of Advancing Studies. The 1930s saw the intr

oduction of the

Graduate School of Social W ork and the College of Business Administration—today the

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BOSTON COLLEGE 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY was joined with the Institute of Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry. In 2005, the Chur ch in the 21st Century Initiative, which was founded in the midst of the sex abuse scandal as a catalyst and resource for engaging critical issues facing the Catholic Church, became a permanent center at Boston College. In October 2008, the University launched “Light the W orld: the 150th Anniversary Campaign for Boston College,” setting a goal of $1.5 billion to suppor t a strategic plan that advances academic pr ogram development, faculty expansion and r esearch, and endows undergraduate financial aid, student formation Management. The School of Nursing—named in

programs, capital pr ojects, and ef forts to

honor of William F. Connell in 2003—and the

advance Boston College as the leading global

School of Education—today named for Car olyn

Catholic university.

A. and Peter S. L ynch—followed in 1947 and 1952. The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences first offered doctoral programs in 1952, followed by the graduate schools of Education, Nursing, Management, and Social W ork. By 1970 all undergraduate programs had become coeducational, and today women make up mor e than half of the University’s enrollment. In 1974, Boston College acquired a 40-acre site, 1.5 miles from the Chestnut Hill Campus, that had been owned by N ewton College of the Sacred Heart. The land is the present site of the Law School and of r esidence halls housing some 800 fr eshmen. Thirty years later , the University acquired 43 acres from the Boston Ar chdiocese on land adjoining the Lower Campus in Chestnut Hill. The Brighton Campus is now the site of the School of Theology and Ministry, which was formed in 2008, when the

Weston

Jesuit

School of Theology re-affiliated

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PRESIDENT 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

William P. Leahy, S.J.

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illiam P. Leahy, S.J., became the 25th pr esident of Boston College on July 31, 1996. Born in Omaha, he grew up on his family’ s farm near Imogene, Iowa. After one year of college at Cr eighton University, he entered the W isconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1967. He received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a master’s degree in United States history fr om Saint Louis University in 1972 and 1975, r espectively. Between 1975 and 1979, he studied theology at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley , California, earning a master’s degree in divinity and a master’s degree in sacred theology while there. Ordained a priest in 1978, he completed doctoral studies in United States history at Stanford University in 1985. Father Leahy joined the department of history at Marquette University in 1985 and became a tenur ed associate professor there six years later. In July 1991, he was named executive vice president at Marquette, where he served until being named president of Boston College in 1996. During his years at Boston College, Father Leahy has pr esided over an institution that has become one of the nation’ s best and most selective

national universities. Since 1996, BC’ s endowment, sponsor ed research grants and student financial aid have more than doubled, and the percentage of student applicants accepted has fallen fr om 41 percent to 27 percent, while SAT scores have risen by mor e than 150 points. In addition, 100 full-time faculty members have been added, minority student enr ollment in undergraduate programs has climbed from 18 percent to 27 percent and annual cash gifts to the University have incr eased from $24 million to $100 million. During his presidency, undergraduate applications to Boston College have grown from 16,500 to mor e than 33,000, making BC one of the 10 mostapplied to private universities in the United States. Currently, the University enrolls students from all 50 states and 80 countries, and its under graduates have earned more than 285 pr estigious fellowships, including two Rhodes Scholarships. Student-athletes at BC succeed in balancing the demands of academics and athletics, and BC consistently ranks among those universities with the highest NCAA graduation rates. Most recently, the Boston College community has been engaged in a comprehensive assessment and planning ef fort that r esulted in a 10-year Strategic Plan. This plan will build on Boston College’s strengths and accomplishments of the past and will focus additional resources on undergraduate liberal arts education and formation, as well as integrated science r esearch and teaching. The University also intends to increasingly apply the strengths of its professional schools to resolving critical societal issues, and foster even more international links. In addition, Boston College intends to r emain faithful to its Jesuit, Catholic heritage and to become the leading Catholic university and theological center in the world.

BOSTON COLLEGE VICE PRESIDENTS Chancellor J. DONALD MONAN, S.J.

Vice President for Governmental &Community Affairs THOMAS J. KEADY

Provost and Dean of Faculties CUTBERTO GARZA

Vice President for Development THOMAS P. LOCKERBY

Executive Vice President PATRICK J. KEATING

Senior Vice President JAMES P. McINTYRE

Vice President for Facilities Management DANIEL F. BOURQUE

Financial Vice President and Treasurer PETER C. McKENZIE

Vice President for Information Technology Services MICHAEL J. BOURQUE

Vice President and Assistant to the President WILLIAM B. NEENAN, S.J.

Vice President for University Mission & Ministry JOHN T. BUTLER, S.J.

Vice President for Student Affairs PATRICK ROMBALSKI

Vice President and University Secretary MARY LOU DeLONG

Vice President for Human Resources LEO V. SULLIVAN

Senior Vice President for University Advancement JAMES J. HUSSON

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Gene DeFilippo

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ince Gene DeFilippo became Dir ector of Athletics in September of 1997, he has led the BC athletics pr ogram to an unpr ecedented period of innovation, gr owth, fundraising, athletic and academic success. He also led the program through one of the most significant periods in its history as it transitioned to full membership in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Under DeFilippo’s leadership, Boston College student-athletes’ achievements in the classr oom have become an immense source of pride for the University and its suppor ters. Twenty-one Boston College spor ts teams r eceived a per fect Graduation Success Rate score of 100, according to data r eleased by the N CAA last N ovember . That figure represents the most teams with a perfect 100 scor e of any Division I inter collegiate athletics program in the country. Last year, 379 BC student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better , earning the Athletic Director’s Award for Academic Excellence. BC’ s graduation rate for all student-athletes has consistently ranked in the nation’s top 10. DeFilippo initiated an impressive overhaul of BC’s athletics facilities that includes new football practice facilities, a total r enovation of Conte Forum, including a new sound system, floor and video boar ds, new soccer, field hockey and lacr osse facilities on the N ewton campus, new Field Turf for Alumni Stadium, and an air-inflated bubble to cover the stadium tur f to provide an indoor practice facility for all spor ts during the winter months. DeFilippo was instrumental in raising money to build the privately funded $27 million, 72,000square-foot Yawkey Athletics Center, which houses the football pr ogram, the Of fice of Learning Resources for Student-Athletes, and a lar ge function area for general University use. After football moved into the Y awkey Center, BC undertook a

multi-million dollar renovation Conte Forum to provide additional locker r oom and of fice space for many of BC’s 31 varsity sports. DeFilippo renamed the Athletics Department’s fundraising arm (formerly Blue Chips) in honor of longtime Athletics Dir ector Bill Flynn. Alumni, par ents and friends of Boston College contributed more than $27 million during the past year (this total includes an extraordinary payment towar ds a capital pr oject).The 4,600 donors to the Flynn Fund prove that there is str ength in numbers; nearly 700 alumni, parents and friends have given to BC Athletics for at least 10 consecutive years. Anne and Gene DeFilippo cemented their commitment to Boston College by announcing their pledge of $100,000 to endow a scholarship. The scholarship will be awar ded annually to a female student-athlete who demonstrates outstanding academic achievement and financial need. In athletics competition, DeFilippo has overseen some of the most successful seasons in Boston College Athletics history . During the 2010-11 season, the football team appeared in a school-record 12th consecutive bowl game, the women’s soccer team advanced to its first Women’s College Cup and the women’ s ice hockey team advanced to the W omen’s Frozen Four. In 2010, the men’ s ice hockey team captured its four th national championship (its third since 2001). In 2008, the men’ s soccer team captured both the ACC regular-season and

tournament championships and enter ed the N CAA men’s soccer tournament as the overall No. 1 seed. From 1993-97, DeFilippo ser ved as dir ector of athletics at Villanova University. He served as Associated Director of Athletics at the University of Kentucky from 1987-93, Director of Athletics at the University of South CarolinaSpartanburg from 1984-87 and Dir ector of Administrative Services at Vanderbilt University from 1983-84. His coaching experience includes thr ee years as offensive backfield coach at Vanderbilt (1980-82), which included the 1982 Hall of Fame Bowl. Fr om 1975-79, he was of fensive coordinator at Y oungstown State University , during which time the team won two consecutive Mid-Continent Confer ence championships, 1978-79. In 1973-74, he was graduate assistant football coach for the University of Tennessee, coaching in the 1973 Gator Bowl and 1974 Liberty Bowl. A 1973 graduate of Springfield College with a Bachelor of Science degr ee, DeFilippo earned three varsity letters as a quarterback in football during his under graduate career. He received a master’ s degree in educational administration from the University of Tennessee in 1974. DeFilippo and his wife, Anne, are the parents of three children — Christine Eldr ed (married to Matt Eldred), John and Mary.

The DeFilippo Family: Matt Eldred, Katherine Eldred, Christine (DeFilippo) Eldred, Anne, Gene, Mary and John.

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

John Kane Sr. Assoc A.D. 617-552-8840 kano@bc.edu

Jody Mooradian Sr. Assoc. A.D. 617-552-4801 jody.mooradian.1@bc.edu

Tom Peters Sr. Assoc. A.D. 617-552-4882 peterste@bc.edu

Eric Ziady Sr. Assoc. A.D./ Bus. Ops. 617-552-8673 ziadye@bc.edu

Jamie DiLoreto Assoc. A.D./ External Ops. 617-552-1504 diloreto@bc.edu

Steve Novak Assoc. A.D./ Development 617-552-0711 novakiii@bc.edu

Jim O’Neill Assoc. A.D./Ticket Ops. 617-552-3087 oneilljk@bc.edu

John Pagliarulo Assoc A.D./Recreation 617-552-1394 pagliaru@bc.edu

Carly Pariseau Assoc. A.D./ Compliance 617-552-6210 carlene.pariseau@bc.edu

Aaron Aaker Asst. A.D./Compliance & Eligibility 617-552-1916 aaron.aaker.1@bc.edu

Matt Conway Asst. A.D./Operations 617-552-6672 matthew.conway.1@bc.edu

Joe Shirley Asst. A.D./Facilities 617-552-0601 shirlejo@bc.edu

David Ayer Bus. Mgr. 617-552-1463 ayerda@bc.edu

Kirsten Britton Event. Admin. 617-552-2186 kirsten.britton@bc.edu

Janet Burke Staff Asst./Men’s Basketball 617-552-3006 Janet.burke.2@bc.edu

Christina Connelly Staff Asst./ Admin. 617-552-8520 connelcv@bc.edu

Paula Cooper Staff Asst./Women’s Basketball 617-552-4530 cooperpd@bc.edu

Travis DeMar Asst. Dir./Flynn Fund 617-552-0704 travis.demar@bc.edu

Jaime Domaingue Assoc. Dir./Flynn Fund 617-552-1336 domaingj@bc.edu

Dan Donnellan Network Services 617-552-6440 daniel.donnellan.2@bc.edu

Dan Donovan Network Services 617-552-8421 daniel.donovan.1@bc.edu

Paul Flaherty Concessions Mgr. 617-552-3658 paul.flaherty.1@bc.edu

Dan Flores Technology Consultant 617-552-6316 floresd@bc.edu

Joseph Foley Assoc. Dir./Development 617-552-6678 joseph.foley.4@bc.edu

Kaitlin Foley Web Intern 617-552-3004 foleyby@bc.edu

Noreen Foley Ticket Ops. 617-552-2421 foleyn@bc.edu

Alyssa Francona Asst. Dir./Flynn Fund Stewardship & Donor Relations 617-552-6824 alyssa.francona@bc.edu

Will Gartner Dir. of Technology 617-552-0959 william.gartner.1@bc.edu

Eric Girard Assoc. Dir./ Multimedia Svcs. 617-552-0443 girarder@bc.edu

Matt Hayes Asst. Supervisor, Facilities 617-552-0418 hayesbc@bc.edu

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ATHLETICS ADMINISTRATION 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Vinny Higgins Asst. Dir./ Multimedia Svcs. 617-552-0443 vinhiggins03@bc.edu

Chris Iacoi Business Mgr. 617-552-8873 iacoi@bc.edu

Ashley Jefferson Ticket Ops. 617-552-3560 jefferas@bc.edu

Kelly Kenny Head Equip. Mgr. 617-552-6202 kelly.kenny.2@bc.edu

Brandi Kerrigan Asst. Dir./Compliance 617-552-8570 brandi.kerrigan@bc.edu

Greg Lynch Dir./Outbound Ticket Sales 617-552-8990 greg.lynch@bc.edu

Beth Mahoney Staff Asst. to the A.D. 617-552-4680 mahonebe@bc.edu

David McKenna Asst. Equip. Mgr. 617-552-3013 david.mckenna.3@bc.edu

Mike McKenzie Asst. Dir./ Sports Marketing 617-552-0787 mckenzme@bc.edu

Webb Milward Assoc. Dir./ Development 617-552-8985 webb.milward@bc.edu

Kevin Murphy Asst. Equipt. Mgr./Olympic Sports 617-552-4785 murpaz@bc.edu

Brian Pinaretta Asst. Mgr./Concessions 617-552-8017 brian.pinarreta@bc.edu

Alison Quandt Life Skills Dir. 617-552-1784 alison.quandt.1@bc.edu

Norman Reid Supervisor, Athletics Facilities 617-552-2916 reidn@bc.edu

Yadira Reyes Staff Asst./ Compliance 617-552-8520 reyesya@bc.edu

David Schoenfeld Equip. Mgr. 617-552-3015 david.schoenfeld.1@bc.edu

Andy St. Pierre Asst. Bus. Mgr. 617-552-8879 stpieran@bc.edu

Bob Taggart Faculty Athletics Rep. 617-552-6104 robert.taggart.1@bc.edu

Matt Thompson Asst. Ticket Mgr. 617-552-3560 thompsonmu@bc.edu

Brad Truman Sports Marketing Mgr. 617-552-3005 trumanbr@bc.edu

Ken Turbush Camps/Clinics/ Facility Admin. 617-552-9675 kenneth.turbush.1@bc.edu

Scott Washburn Ticket Ops. 617-552-3516 washburn@bc.edu

Justin Williams Asst. Dir./Flynn Fund 617-552-0145 justin.willliams.2@bc.edu

Melissa Wong Fiscal Asst. 617-552-3021 wongmv@bc.edu

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om Peters, who was promoted to senior associate athletics director in May 2010, is in his 20th year at Boston College. Peters joined the Eagles’ staf f as an associate athletics director in January 1992. Prior to coming to the Heights, Peters spent more than three years as associate athletic dir ector at Tulane University. In addition, Peters served as Tulane’s acting athletic dir ector from December 1990 until June 1991. Tom Peters Peters’ responsibilities at Boston College include overseeing nine of the men’ s and women’s athletic programs — men’s and women’ s ice hockey, men’s and women’ s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s fencing and baseball — and serving as the depar tment’s liaison with numer ous athletic-related support groups. Peters has also served as tournament manager for a host of postseason events, including the 2009 N CAA Men’ s Basketball East Regional, the 1999 and 2003 N CAA Men’ s Basketball East Region First and Second Rounds and the 2003 Intercollegiate Fencing Association championships. Peters currently serves on the executive committee of Men’ s Hockey East as well as the Hockey East Special Events Committee. He ser ved on the executive committee of Women’s Hockey East from 2002-03 to 200607. Peters is also a member of the men’ s and women’s Beanpot Hockey Tournament Committees, which or ganize the annual competition between the city's four Division I hockey schools. In addition to his departmental assignments, Peters has been active on campus and in the Boston community . He has ser ved on the University Committee on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and is a former member of the Student Leadership A wards Committee for the Of fice of the Dean of Student Development. He also was a long-time committee member of the Boston Police Department Youth and Student-Athlete Collaborative. A 1971 graduate of the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Peters was a thr ee-year hockey letterman for the Minutemen. Peters earned a master’s degree in sports management from the University in 1973. Peters was then an administrative assistant at the University of Virginia, before joining the New Boston Garden Corporation and Boston Bruins as assistant sales and marketing manager in 1973. In 1976, he was named sales and marketing manager. From there, Peters moved to New Jersey where he was the assistant athletic director at Rutgers University from 1981-88. He was the tournament manager of the NCAA Basketball Tournament’s East Regional from 198688. Peters was honored by his alma mater in November of 2004, when the sport management pr ogram awarded him the 2003-04 Har old J. VanderZwaag Distinguished Alumnus Award in recognition of outstanding contributions to the sport industry. A native of Arlington, Mass., Peters has two daughters: Nicole, a private equity and fundraising liaison and a 1999 graduate of Connecticut College, and Erica, a postdoctoral r esearch fellow at Y ale University School of Medicine and a 2002 Boston College graduate. She was recently married to Patrick Finan.

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Hockey Support Staff

Eric Girard Assoc. Dir./Multimedia

Tom Maguire Statistician

Christina Coleman Staff Assistant

Mike McKenzie Marketing Specialist

Kevin Pratt Manager

Neal Ratto Manager

Norman Reid Supervisor, Athletic Facilities

Matt Thompson Ticket Manager

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES


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CONTE FORUM 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

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ince it opened in October 1988, Silvio O. Conte Forum has been the hear t of the Boston College athletics pr ogram. From October through March, its main ar ena is the home of the Eagles’ men’s and women’s basketball and hockey teams, and some of the most thrilling sports action in Boston. The arena seats 8,606 for basketball and 7,884 for hockey , and sellouts are common during the basketball and hockey seasons. The forum also houses the 950-seat Power Gymnasium, as well as of fices for Athletics Association staff and varsity coaches, film and conference rooms, the weight training and sports medicine facilities, locker and equipment rooms, indoor practice cages for the baseball and golf teams, and practice and storage r ooms for the Boston College band. Conte Forum is also Boston College fan central, where tickets may be pur chased for all BC athletics events. Its main concourse contains concession stands and souvenir shops. Its r estrooms serve both Alumni Stadium and the forum arena, and its eight luxury boxes overlook both the stadium and the basketball/hockey venue.

Kelley Rink Records Year 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Totals

Games 19 23 20 15 14 15 18 14 14 19 17 17 16 14 17 18 17 17 17 17 17 16 15 386

Att. 95,210 118,694 114,464 67,611 54,176 53,019 60,661 50,715 67,054 79,174 99,209 93,012 102,647 81,866 105,890 111,347 96,130 100,191 85,639 95,071 101,586 80,198 94,383 2,007,948

Avg. 5,011 5,161 5,723 4,507 3,870 3,535 3,370 3,623 4,790 4,167 5,836 5,471 6,415 5,848 6,229 6,186 5,655 5,894 5,308 5,592 5,976 5,012 6,292 5,202

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

Record 14-3-2 18-5-0 17-3-0 7-6-2 4-9-1 7-6-2 5-12-1 9-4-1 7-5-2 13-4-2 11-3-3 14-2-1 12-3-1 9-5-0 11-4-2 14-3-1 11-1-5 13-3-1 13-4-0 6-7-4 12-5-0 14-2-0 13-1-1 254-100-32

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CAMPUS MAP 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Directions to the Chestnut Hill Campus FROM THE MASSACHUSETTS TURN PIKE (I-90): East to Exit 17 (Newton/Watertown). Take the first right onto Centr e Street. Proceed 1.5 miles to Commonwealth Avenue (Route 30 East). Take a left onto Commonwealth Avenue. The Chestnut Hill campus is appr oximately one mile to the right. FROM ROUTE 128/I-95: Exit 24, Commonwealth Avenue (Route 30 East). Chestnut Hill campus is approximately five miles on the right. FROM DOWN TOWN BOSTON : Take Commonwealth A venue (Route 30 West) to Newton. Chestnut Hill campus is on the left. FROM LOGAN AIRPOR T: Follow signs to Massachusetts T urnpike West to Exit 17 (N ewton/W atertown). Proceed around the r otary (around Sheraton hotel) and take a right onto Centr e Street. Proceed 1.5 miles to Commonwealth Avenue (Route 30 East). Take a left onto Commonwealth Avenue. The Chestnut Hill campus is appr oximately one mile on the right.

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EAGLES IN THE NHL


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ANDREW ALBERTS

BRIAN BOYLE

SCOTT CLEMMENSEN

Vancouver Defenceman 5-6 / 170 Minneapolis, Minn.

New York Rangers Forward 6-6 / 222 Hingham, Mass.

Florida Goaltender 6-3 / 205 Urbandale, Iowa

PATRICK EAVES

BENN FERRIERO

NATHAN GERBE

Detroit Forward 6-0 / 192 Faribault, Minn.

San Jose Forward 5-1 / 185 Essex, Mass.

Buffalo Forward 5-5 / 160 Oxford, Mich.

BRIAN GIONTA

STEPHEN GIONTA

PETER HARROLD

Montreal Forward 5-7 / 175 Rochester, N.Y.

New Jersey Forward 5-7 / 185 Rochester, N.Y.

New Jersey Defenseman 5-11 / 195 Kirtland Hills, Ohio

CHUCK KOBASEW

KRYS KOLANOS

MIKE MOTTAU

Minnesota Forward 6-1 / 190 Osoyoos, British Columbia

Minnesota Forward 6-3 / 203 Calgary, Alberta

New York Islanders Defenseman 6-0 / 188 Avon, Mass.

BROOKS ORPIK

MARTY REASONER

CORY SCHNEIDER

Pittsburgh Defenseman 6-3 / 217 East Amherst, N.Y.

Florida Forward 6-1 / 200 Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

Vancouver Goaltender 6-2 / 195 Marblehead, Mass.

ROB SCUDERI

BEN SMITH

RYAN SHANNON

Los Angeles Defenseman 6-1 / 194 Syosset, N.Y.

Chicago Forward 5-11 / 205 Avon, Conn.

Ottawa Forward 5-9 / 173 Darien, Conn.

4 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS | 22 FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES | 11 HOCKEY EAST REGULAR-SEASON TITLES


All-Time NHL Statistics_formats 05 9/16/11 3:22 PM Page 1

ALL-TIME NHL STATISTICS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Andrew Alberts

Year 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

2009-10 2010-11

Team Boston Boston Boston Boston Philadelphia Carolina Vancouver Vancouver Totals

GP 73 76 35 0 79 62 14 42 381

G 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 6

1 31 19 51

0 0 0 0

0 3 0 3

0 3 0 3

0 10 2 12

2 3 5

0 0 0

1 0 1

1 0 1

0 0 0

Edmonton Boston Boston Totals

Blake Bellefeuille

2001-02 2002-03

Columbus Columbus Totals

1998-99 Detroit 1999-2000 Detroit 2000-01 Detroit Totals

Greg Brown

1990-91 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

Buffalo Buffalo Pittsburgh Winnipeg Totals

Dom Campedelli

Bobby Allen

2002-03 2006-07 2007-08

A PTS PIM 6 7 68 10 11 124 2 2 39 0 0 0 12 13 61 8 10 74 1 2 13 6 7 41 45 51 420

1985-86

Montreal Totals

Ted Crowley

1993-94 1998-99

Hartford Colorado NY Islanders Totals

Patrick Eaves

Harvey Bennett

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

Pittsburgh 7 Pittsburgh 25 Washington 49 Washington 18 Philadelphia 51 Philadelphia 2 Minnesota 64 St. Louis 52 Totals 268

Brian Boyle

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Los Angeles Los Angeles NY Rangers NY Rangers Totals

8 28 71 82 189

0 3 12 2 12 1 11 3 44

0 3 10 6 8 0 10 9 46

0 0 6 53 22 39 8 34 20 39 1 7 21 91 12 63 90 347

4 4 4 21 33

1 1 2 14 18

5 4 5 42 6 47 35 74 51 167

2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa Carolina Carolina Detroit Detroit Totals

David Emma

1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 2000-01

New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey Boston Florida Totals

Benn Ferriero

2009-10 2010-11

San Jose San Jose Totals

80 9 19 28 42 51 10 8 18 12 60 9 13 22 14 854 160 214 374 210 39 10 36 9 94

1 0 3 0 4

2 1 8 3 14

3 1 11 3 18

35 6 28 17 86

2 2

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

21 7 6 34

1 0 1 2

2 1 1 4

3 1 2 6

10 2 0 12

58 73 26 11 74 65 63 370

20 14 4 1 6 12 13 70

2 15 6 5 6 29

0 5 0 0 0 5

0 5 1 0 0 6

0 10 1 0 0 11

0 2 0 0 0 2

24 33 57

2 5 7

3 4 7

5 9 14

8 9 17

0 0 2 0 2

0 2 4 0 6

1 5 31 37

4 4 34 42

9 29 22 18 32 36 6 10 6 4 5 4 8 14 31 10 22 26 7 20 14 62 132 139

Jeff Farkas

1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

*Toronto 0 0 0 Toronto 2 0 0 Toronto 6 0 2 Atlanta 3 0 0 Totals 11 0 2 *Played in three playoff games in 1999-2000

Nathan Gerbe

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Totals

Brian Gionta

Doug Brown

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey Pittsburgh Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit

4 70 63 69 58 71 15 77 45 62 49 80

4 14 15 14 14 11 0 18 9 12 6 19

0 11 10 20 16 17 5 37 12 15 7 23

4 25 25 34 30 28 5 55 21 27 13 42

0 20 15 16 4 27 2 18 16 4 8 12

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey Montreal Montreal Totals

Stephen Gionta

2010-11

New Jersey Totals

10 10 64 84

0 2 16 18

1 3 15 19

Jeff Giuliano

2005-06 2007-08

Los Angeles Los Angeles Totals

Matt Glennon

1991-92

Boston Totals

Bill Guerin

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey Edmonton 1998-99 Edmonton 1999-2000 Edmonton 2000-01 Edmonton Boston 2001-02 Boston 2002-03 Dallas 2003-04 Dallas 2005-06 Dallas 2006-07 St. Louis San Jose 2007-08 NY Islanders 2008-09 NY Islanders Pittsburgh 2009-10 Pittsburgh Totals

Scott Harlow

1987-88

St. Louis Totals

Peter Harrold

33 4 7 11 8 58 12 13 25 23 75 21 8 29 36 82 48 41 89 46 62 25 20 45 36 82 22 31 53 46 81 20 40 60 32 61 28 18 46 26 82 29 17 46 24 616 209 195 404 277 12 12

0 0

0 0

0 0

6 6

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Los Angeles Totals

Steve Heinze

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Boston Boston Boston Boston Boston Boston

10 HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT TITLES | 16 BEANPOT CHAMPIONSHIPS | 40 FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

48 53 101

3 0 3

4 6 10

7 6 13

26 14 40

3 3

0 0

0 0

0 0

2 2

5 0 1 65 14 20 81 25 19 48 12 13 80 23 30 82 29 18 19 5 5 40 13 16 80 30 34 70 24 22 21 12 10 64 28 35 78 41 25 64 25 25 82 34 35 70 13 27 61 28 19 16 8 1 81 23 21 61 16 20 17 5 7 78 5 7 1,263 429 427

1 34 44 25 53 47 10 29 64 46 22 63 66 50 69 40 47 9 44 36 12 12 856

9 63 101 72 116 95 13 80 133 123 18 122 91 113 109 115 52 14 65 63 18 18 1,660

1 1

0 0

1 1

1 1

0 0

12 25 69 39 19 164

0 2 4 1 1 8

2 3 8 2 3 18

2 5 12 3 4 26

8 2 28 8 0 50

14 73 77 36 76 30

3 18 10 7 16 17

4 13 11 9 12 8

7 31 21 16 28 25

6 24 32 23 43 27 139


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ALL-TIME NHL STATISTICS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Boston Boston Boston Columbus Buffalo Los Angeles Los Angeles Totals

61 26 20 46 54 73 22 18 40 30 75 12 13 25 36 65 22 20 42 38 14 5 7 12 8 73 15 16 31 46 27 5 7 12 12 694 178 158 336 379

1998-99

Tampa Bay NY Islanders Totals

Chuck Kobasew

2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Calgary Calgary Calgary Calgary Boston Boston Boston Boston Minnesota Minnesota Totals

Krys Kolanos

2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2008-09

Ken Hodge

Year 1988-89 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

Team Minnesota Boston Boston Tampa Bay Totals

GP 5 70 42 25 142

G 1 30 6 2 39

Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Phoenix Edmonton Minnesota

38 4 18 22 18 1 4 5 760 188 563 751

10 4 170

23 70 77 40 10 73 68 7 42 63 473

4 6 20 4 1 22 21 0 9 9 96

2 6 8 11 17 51 11 31 64 13 17 37 1 2 25 17 39 29 21 42 56 1 1 2 5 14 16 7 16 19 89 185 307

57 2 41 9 6 21

11 0 4 2 0 3

11 0 6 1 0 3

22 0 10 3 0 6

48 0 24 2 2 16

A PTS PIM 1 2 0 29 59 20 11 17 10 7 9 2 48 87 32

NY Islanders Calgary 1997-98 Calgary 1998-99 Calgary Anaheim 1999-2000 Anaheim 2000-01 Anaheim 2001-02 Anaheim Boston 2002-03 Boston Totals 1996-97

Tom Mellor

1973-74 1974-75

Detroit Detroit Totals

70 20 22 42 20 10 3 4 7 2 75 19 25 44 34 6 1 1 2 6 75 18 34 52 36 62 10 18 28 26 76 20 22 42 40 60 9 14 23 25 19 2 3 5 8 77 9 10 19 38 796 170 250 420 330 25 1 26

1968-69

Boston Totals

1 1

0 0

1 1

1 1

Ian Moran

*Pittsburgh 0 0 0 Pittsburgh 51 1 1 Pittsburgh 36 4 5 Pittsburgh 37 1 6 Pittsburgh 62 4 5 Pittsburgh 73 4 8 Pittsburgh 40 3 4 Pittsburgh 64 2 8 Pittsburgh 70 0 7 Boston 8 0 1 2003-04 Boston 35 1 4 2005-06 Boston 12 1 1 2006-07 Anaheim 1 0 0 Totals 489 21 50 *Played in eight playoff games in 1994-95 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

0 0

Totals

Brian Leetch

Craig Janney

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

140

Boston Boston Boston Boston Boston St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis San Jose San Jose Winnipeg Phoenix Phoenix

15 62 55 77 53 25 84 69 8 27 71 13 77 68

7 16 24 26 12 6 24 16 2 5 13 7 15 10

9 16 46 62 38 62 66 92 39 51 30 36 82 106 68 84 5 7 15 20 49 62 13 20 38 53 43 53

0 12 4 8 20 2 12 24 0 10 26 0 26 12

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06

NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers Toronto Boston Totals

Marty McInnis

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

NY Islanders NY Islanders NY Islanders NY Islanders NY Islanders

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41

92

17 2 12 14 68 23 48 71 72 11 45 56 80 16 72 88 80 22 80 102 36 6 30 36 84 23 56 79 48 9 32 41 82 15 70 85 82 20 58 75 76 17 33 50 82 13 42 55 50 7 19 26 82 21 58 79 82 10 45 55 51 12 18 30 57 13 23 36 15 2 13 15 61 5 27 32 1,205 247 781 1,028

0 50 26 42 26 26 67 18 30 40 32 42 20 34 28 20 24 10 36 571

1979-80 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86

0 24 24 8 39

1983-84 1984-85 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90

15 56 81 41 74

20

3 10 25 9 12

21

5 20 31 7 34

8 30 56 16 46

4 0 4

1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Mike Mottau

Paul Hurley

2 0 2

NY Rangers 18 NY Rangers 1 Calgary 4 New Jersey 76 New Jersey 80 New Jersey 79 NY Islanders 20 Totals 278

0 0 0 4 1 2 0 7

3 0 0 13 14 16 3 49

Joe Mullen

6 0 6

0 0 2 47 9 22 7 19 9 37 12 28 7 28 10 54 7 46 1 2 5 28 2 10 0 0 71 321

3 13 0 0 0 0 17 48 15 35 18 41 3 8 56 145

*St. Louis 0 0 0 0 St. Louis 45 25 34 59 St. Louis 49 17 30 47 St. Louis 80 41 44 85 St. Louis 79 40 52 92 St. Louis 48 28 24 52 Calgary 29 16 22 38 1986-87 Calgary 79 47 40 87 1987-88 Calgary 80 40 44 84 1988-89 Calgary 79 51 59 110 1989-90 Calgary 78 36 33 69 1990-91 Pittsburgh 47 17 22 39 1991-92 Pittsburgh 77 42 45 87 1992-93 Pittsburgh 72 33 37 70 1993-94 Pittsburgh 84 38 32 70 1994-95 Pittsburgh 45 16 21 37 1995-96 Boston 37 8 7 15 1996-97 Pittsburgh 54 7 15 22 Totals 1,062 502 561 1,063 * Played in one playoff game in 1979-80

Billy O’Dwyer

Los Angeles Los Angeles Boston Boston Boston Totals

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5 13 77 19 6 120

0 1 7 1 0 9

0 0 10 2 1 13

25 0 25

0 4 6 19 6 10 11 14 30 16 24 6 30 14 41 6 0 4 241

0 0 1 15 17 83 3 8 1 2 22 108


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ALL-TIME NHL STATISTICS 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

Brooks Orpik

2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Totals

Marty Reasoner

Year 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Team St. Louis St. Louis St. Louis Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Edmonton Boston Edmonton Edmonton Atlanta Atlanta Florida Totals

Gary Sampson

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

Washington Washington Washington Washington Totals

Rob Scuderi

2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Los Angeles Los Angeles Totals

6 79 64 70 78 79 73 63 512

0 1 2 0 1 2 2 1 9

0 9 7 6 10 17 23 12 84

0 2 10 127 9 124 6 82 11 57 19 73 25 64 13 66 93 595

GP 22 32 41 52 70 17 58 19 72 82 79 80 82 706

G A PTS PIM 3 7 10 8 10 14 24 20 4 9 13 14 6 5 11 41 11 20 31 28 2 6 8 10 9 17 26 20 2 6 8 8 6 14 20 60 11 14 25 50 14 16 30 36 4 13 17 24 14 18 32 22 96 159 255 341

15 46 19 25 105

1 10 1 1 13

13 57 78 71 81 73 82 455

1 0 1 0 1 0 2 5

1 15 4 2 22 2 4 10 5 15 11 13 60

2 25 5 3 35

6 13 2 4 25

3 4 4 36 11 28 5 26 16 18 11 21 15 16 65 149

Ryan Shannon

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Anaheim Vancouver Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa Totals

Tim Sheehy

1977-78 1979-80

Detroit Hartford Totals

Ben Smith

2010-11

Chicago Totals

Tom Songin

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

Boston Boston Boston Totals

Kevin Stevens

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Boston Los Angeles Los Angeles NY Rangers NY Rangers NY Rangers Philadelphia Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Totals

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02

53 27 35 66 79 260

2 5 8 5 11 31

9 8 12 11 16 56

11 13 20 16 27 87

10 24 2 20 24 80

15 12 27

0 2 2

0 1 1

0 3 3

0 0 0

6 6

1 1

0 0

1 1

0 0

17 17 9 43

3 1 1 5

1 3 1 5

4 4 2 10

0 16 6 22

16 5 2 7 8 24 12 3 15 19 76 29 41 70 171 80 40 46 86 133 80 54 69 123 254 72 55 56 111 177 83 41 47 88 155 27 15 12 27 51 41 10 13 23 49 20 3 10 13 22 69 14 20 34 96 80 14 27 41 130 81 23 20 43 64 38 3 5 8 43 23 2 7 9 18 32 8 15 23 55 32 1 4 5 25 874 329 397 726 1,470

Bob Sweeney

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Boston Boston Boston Boston Boston Boston Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo NY Islanders Calgary Totals

Tim Sweeney

1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98

Calgary Calgary Boston Anaheim Anaheim Boston Boston NY Rangers Totals

14 2 4 6 21 80 22 23 45 73 75 14 14 28 99 70 22 24 46 93 80 15 33 48 115 63 6 14 20 103 80 21 26 47 118 60 11 14 25 94 45 5 4 9 18 66 6 6 12 59 6 1 1 2 6 639 125 163 288 799 42 11 14 78 13 41 36 56 291

7 1 1 16 1 8 10 11 55

9 16 8 2 3 4 7 8 6 27 43 49 1 2 2 8 16 14 11 21 14 18 29 26 83 138 123

Goaltenders

Scott Clemmensen Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Team New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey Toronto New Jersey Florida Florida Totals

GP 2 0 4 13 6 3 40 23 31 122

W 0 0 3 3 1 1 25 9 8 50

L 0 0 1 4 1 1 13 8 11 39

T 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

GAA 3.00 0.00 1.01 3.35 3.15 3.90 2.39 2.67 2.62 2.66

10 13 23

2 0 2

8 8 16

0 0 0

5.33 5.94 5.60

Scott Gordon 1989-90 1990-91

Quebec Quebec Totals

David Littman 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93

Buffalo Buffalo Tampa Bay Totals

1 1 1 3

0 0 0 0

0 1 1 2

0 0 0 0

5.00 4.00 9.33 5.96

8 2 25 35

2 0 16 18

4 1 4 9

1 0 0 0

3.38 3.81 2.23 2.53

2 2

1 1

1 1

0 0

3.00 3.00

Cory Schneider 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Vancouver Vancouver Vancouver Totals

Paul Skidmore 1981-82

St. Louis Totals

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NHL DRAFT HISTORY 2011-12 BOSTON COLLEGE HOCKEY

1978

Mike Ewanouski Bobby Hehir Charlie Antetomaso Steve Barger Joe Casey

1980

Billy O’Dwyer Chris Wray

1981

Bob O’Connor Bruce Milton George Boudreau

1982

Scott Harlow Kevin Houle Bob Sweeney Dominic Campedelli Chris Delaney Bob Emery

1983

Kevin Stevens

Greg Brown Player

Team

1970

Tom Mellor

Detroit

1975

Bob Ferriter

1976

Montreal

Paul Skidmore

St. Louis

Round 5th

10th

4th

1984

Ken Hodge John Devereaux David Buckley

1985

Paul Marshall Tim Sweeney Mike Mullowney Rich Braccia

Philadelphia Boston Vancouver Washington NY Rangers

7th 8th 8th 11th 9th

Los Angeles NY Rangers

8th 9th

Winnipeg Boston Calgary

6th 6th 9th

Montreal Montreal Boston Toronto St. Louis Montreal

3rd 5th 6th 7th 8th 10th Ken Hodge

Los Angeles

6th

Minnesota Hartford Toronto

3rd 9th 10th

Philadelphia Calgary Minnesota Chicago

4th 6th 6th 12th

1986

Craig Janney Brian Leetch Greg Brown Steve Scheifele

1987

Dave Pergola Matt Glennon Steve McCool Rob Cheevers John Reilly David Littman

Boston NY Rangers Buffalo Philadelphia