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Opponent U. of Alberta+ Minnesota@ Michigan Tech/Union@ Bemidji State Bemidji State Merrimack Merrimack Maine Maine St. Cloud State# St. Cloud State# Western Michigan# Western Michigan# Miami# Miami# Minnesota-State Mankato Denver# Denver# Nebraska Omaha# Nebraska Omaha# Yale≠ Dartmouth≠ Colorado College# Colorado College# North Dakota# North Dakota# Minnesota State-Mankato St. Cloud State# St. Cloud State# Denver# Denver# Miami# Miami# Western Michigan# Western Michigan# Nebraska-Omaha# Nebraska Omaha#

#NCHC Game @Ice Breaker Tournament ≠Ledyard Classic (in Hanover, N.H.) +Exhibition Game

Location Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Bemidji, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Orono, Maine Orono, Maine St. Cloud, Minn. St. Cloud, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Oxford, Ohio Oxford, Ohio Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Omaha, Neb. Omaha, Neb. Hanover, N.H. Hanover, N.H. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Mankato, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Denver Colo. Denver, Colo. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Kazamazoo, Mich. Kazamzaoo, Mich. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn.

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2017-18 BULLDOG FAST FACTS

HEAD COACH: Scott Sandelin (University of North Dakota, 1986) RECORD AT UMD (YEAR): 315-284-82 (18th) CAREER COLLEGE COACHING RECORD (YEAR): 315-284-82 (18th) HEAD COACH’S WORK PHONE: (218) 726-8579 HEAD COACH’S E-MAIL ADDRESS: sandelin@d.umn.edu ASSISTANT COACHES: Brett Larson (UMD, 2004), Jason Herter (North Dakota, 2003) and Brant Nicklin (UMD, 2006) ASSISTANT COACHES’ PHONE: (218) 726-6119/726-8195 ASSISTANT COACHES’ E-MAIL ADDRESS: blarson@d.umn.edu/ jdherter@d.umn.edu ATHLETIC TRAINER: Dr. Susan Hoppe RESIDENT ATHLETIC TRAINER: Jordan Ellis ATHLETIC TRAINER PHONE: (218) 726-8015/8709 EQUIPMENT MANAGER: Chris Garner EQUIPMENT MANAGER PHONE: (218) 726-6281 DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS: Christian Koelling DIRECTOR OF HOCKEY OPERATIONS PHONE: (218) 726-7086 STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH: Anthony Morando STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH PHONE: (218) 726-6362 2016-17 OVERALL RECORD: 28-7-7 2016-17 NCHC RECORD (PLACE): 15-5-4 (Second) LETTERMEN RETURNING: 15 (Forwards-10, Defense-3, Goalies-2) LETTERMEN LOST: 10 (Forward-4, Defense-5, Goalie-1) 2017-18 TEAM CAPTAIN: Karson Kuhlman 2017-18 ASST. TEAM CAPTAIN: Parker Mackay ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR-COMMUNICATIONS: Bob Nygaard SID OFFICE PHONE: (218) 726-8191 SID CELL PHONE: (218) 341-0524 SID E-MAIL ADDRESS: bnygaard@d.umn.edu WEBSITE ADDRESS: umdbulldogs.com ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT TWITTER: @UMDBulldogs

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LOCATION: Duluth, MN 55812 FOUNDED: 1895 ENROLLMENT: 11,250 CHANCELLOR: Dr. Lendley Black ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Josh Berlo FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE: Dr. Stephen Castleberry ATHLETICS PHONE: (218) 726-8168 ATHLETICS TICKET PHONE (218) 726-8595 NICKNAME: Bulldogs COLORS: Maroon and Gold NATIONAL AFFILIATION: NCAA (Division I) CONFERENCE: National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) CONFERENCE MEMBERS: Colorado College, University of Denver, Miami University, University of Minnesota Duluth, University of Nebraska-Omaha, University of North Dakota, St. Cloud State University and Western Michigan University ALL-TIME HOCKEY RECORD (YEAR): 1,084-1,082-159 (74th overall/57th as a NCAA I member) ALL-TIME NCHC RECORD (YEAR): 49-35-12 (Fifth) NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: 1 (2011) NCAA TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES: 11 (2017, 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2004, 1993, 1985, 1984, 1983) NCAA FROZEN FOUR APPEARANCES: 5 (2017, 2011, 2004, 1985, 1984) NCHC PLAYOFF CHAMPIONSHIPS: 1 (2016-17) WCHA REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONSHIPS: 3 (1992-93, 1984-85, 1983-84) WCHA PLAYOFF CHAMPIONSHIPS: 3 (2008-09, 1984-85, 1983-84) HOME FACILITY (SEATING CAPACITY): AMSOIL Arena (6,756) RINK DIMENSIONS: 200’ x 85’ YEAR OPENED: 2010 AMSOIL ARENA PRESS BOX PHONE: (218) 623-1391

WHERE TO FIND IT ...

2017-18 Bulldog Schedule........................ Inside Cover UMD and the Duluth Community.............................. 2-3 Bulldog Athletics...........................................................4 Making the Grade.........................................................5 AMSOIL Arena.......................................................... 6-7 UMD Year-by-Year Home Attendance..........................8 2017-18 UMD Roster...................................................9 Head Coach Scott Sandelin..................................10-11 All-Time Bulldog Coaching Records...........................11 UMD Assistant Coaches/Hockey Staff................. 12-13 The 2017-18 Bulldogs.......................................... 14-32 The 2017-18 UMD Team Photo .................................33 2016-17 Bulldog Statistics and Results................ 34-35 2016-17 NCHC Standings, Statistics and Honors......36 2016-17 Game Summaries.................................. 37-44 All-Time UMD Record vs. Opponents........................45 Memorable Dates in Bulldog Hockey History....... 46-51 UMD All-Americans.............................................. 52-53 UMD Hobey Baker Award Winners/Nominees..... 54-55 Bulldogs in the National Hockey League....................56 All-Time Bulldog NHL Draft Picks......................... 57-58 UMD Olympians.........................................................59 Bulldog WCHA/NCHC Award Winners................. 60-61 UMD Team Award Winners.................................. 62-63 The Last Time.............................................................64 Bulldog Team Records...............................................65 UMD Individual Records.............................................66 Bulldog Single-Season/Career Leaders.....................67 Bulldog Career Scoring Leaders................................68 Bulldog Career Points Per Game Leaders.................69 Bulldog Year-By-Year Scoring Leaders......................70 Bulldog Year-By-Year Goalie Leaders........................71 All-Time Shutouts By/Against UMD...................... 72-73 All-Time Bulldog Hat Tricks.................................. 74-75 They Wore The Bulldog........................................ 76-83 UMD Hockey Alumni Hometowns..............................84 All-Time Bulldog Captains..........................................85 Bulldogs By the (Jersey) Number......................... 88-87 UMD Yearly Records..................................................88 The Bulldogs in the NCAA Tournament......................89 That Championship Season................................. 90-91 Year-By-Year Bulldog Results............................ 92-100 The UMD Athletic Hall of Fame................................101 Media Information.....................................................102

CREDITS This 201718 Bulldog Hockey Media Guide was written, edited, and produced by UMD Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Bob Nygaard, with additional assistance from,Austin Wiemeri , Erik Gruhlke and Jess Myers. Photography by Brett Groehler, Jim Rosvold, Ken Moran, Dave Harwig, and various NHL clubs. Cover designs by Westmorelandflint.

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LIKE NOWHERE ELSE Hiking amid the dense white pines that grow down to the rocky coast, one can hear the cry of seagulls and the distant wail of a foghorn as the mighty waves crash against the shore, covering the lush green vegetation with a fine mist. A scene out of a remote spot in the Pacific Northwest, right? No, it’s Duluth. Straining against the incessant tug of gravity, you make your way up the steep cobblestone sidewalks of the bustling downtown. The air is filled with the honking horns of cars, cabs and busses. Mingling with the sea air is the wafting s c e n t o f f r e s h l y b a ke d bread coming from one of the ethnic grocery stores, restaurants, and bakeries in the tightly packed neighborhood. You’re walking the streets of San Francisco, right? No, it’s Duluth. The boardwalk is simply alive today. Down the street from the casino, and in front of hundreds of waterfront hotel rooms, there is every mixture of people enjoying the gentle breeze off the water. Tourists mingle with businessmen on their lunch break, and in-line skaters zoom past a mime entertaining the kids as couples check out the galleries and coffeehouses that line the sun-splashed strip. Is it Atlantic City, Miami Beach, or Santa Monica? No, it’s Duluth.

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C entur i es b efore t he f ir s t Nat i ve Americans pitched their teepees and launched their primitive canoes in the waters of the massive lake they called “Gitchee Gummee,” there were countless meetings in the place that would come to be known as Duluth. The crashing waves of Lake Superior came here to meet the churning waters of the St. Louis River. Those meetings of natural forces formed a 10-mile long strand of sand where, on warm summer days, you will find thousands of modern-day Twin Ports visitors shedding the wraps of winter and meeting the rays of the sun. And that stretch of beach, now known as Park Point, provided a huge natural harbor where everything from tiny canoes to immense ocean-going ships, can find shelter from the wind and waves of the great lake. Around this natural harbor where the lake met the river, cities grew. Today, Duluth and its Twin Ports partner, Superior, Wisconsin, are viewed as meeting places more than ever. It is here that small-town truckers in jeans and feed caps haul loads of grain down to the giant elevators next to the docks. More than 1,000 miles from the salt waters of the nearest ocean, they meet sea captains from ports from every corner of the globe who will haul that wheat, corn, and barley east through the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway, then across the Atlantic Ocean to foreign ports.

Mile-long trains loaded with iron ore and taconite pellets from the mines of Minnesota’s Iron Range come to Duluth to fill ships (commonly called lakers) that will haul their goods to the steel mills of Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. There, the ore will be used to make the structural steel for buildings of the future and for the automobile frames being designed for use in the new century. A vibrant tourism industry brings in countless visitors from throughout the Midwest to shop, eat, relax, and be entertained by the endless variety of things to see and do in and around the Twin Ports. Goods are for sale in every variety, from tiny galleries where local artisans display seagull figurines carved from the driftwood found along the shore of Lake Superior, to sleek modern shopping malls filled with the latest designer fashions. Diners choose from options like grabbing a quick burger and a soda on their way to the game, or sitting down to hot coffee, a bowl of steaming chowder and warm apple pie, or savoring prime rib and fine wine at a linen-covered table in a four-star restaurant. For active visitors, Duluth and the surrounding area offer every kind of

outdoor recreation imaginable, from hiking, kayaking, sailing, and biking along the rugged shore of the lake, to first-class downhill and cross- countr y skiing, snowmobiling, and dog-sledding that takes advantage of the area’s c o m m o n l a ke - e f f e c t snows to provide the finest winter recreation conditions between the Adirondacks and the Rockies. Dozens of open spaces in and around the city are complemented by a lakewalk that stretches for miles from Canal Park up the North Shore, passing countless parks, monuments, and places to sit and ponder the inland ocean, and providing ample outdoor opportunities for walkers, bikers, skaters, or those who favor a horse-drawn carriage ride. No wonder Outdoor Magazine listed Duluth as the Best Town in America this past June. And, for those who like to take their entertainment sitting down, Duluth, quite literally, offers something for all interests. Broadway entertainment and dozens of movie

A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF QUALITY AND VALUE, UMD CONSISTENTLY RANKS AMONG THE TOP MIDWESTERN, REGIONAL UNIVERSITIES IN U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT’S “AMERICA’S BEST COLLEGES” ISSUE.

screens bring the stars of the East and West Coasts to the Twin Ports. National recording artists perform by the shore


northwestern Wisconsin. (in every available format) than nearly any community in the nation. Duluth’s television and radio stations—which, in terms of geographic reach, are located in one of the country’s largest markets— cover news, sports, and weather in the Twin Ports, northern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin.

THOSE WHO CAN ... DULUTH For more than 100 years, the modest teacher’s college that has grown and evolved into the University of Minnesota Duluth has been offering students of all ages and interests a window into the opportunities that come with knowledge. The University of Minnesota system (which has campuses in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Morris, Rochester and Crookston, as well as Duluth) was started by an act of the Territorial Legislature in 1851, seven years before Minnesota achieved statehood. It took another 44 years before public higher education came to the north woods with the opening of the Duluth Normal School in 1895. Renamed Duluth State Teacher’s College in 1921, the school became a coordinate c ampus of the Univer s it y of Minnesota in 1947. The modern-day UMD has a campus communit y of nearly 11,30 0 students pursuing 15 bachelor’s degrees in 85 majors and 68 minors, graduate programs in 23 different fields, and three Ph.D. programs. In addition, UMD offers a College of Pharmacy program and a two-year program at the School of Medicine through t h e M i n n e s o t a -Tw i n C i t i e s campus. A university with a unique combination of quality and value, UMD consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” issue. Complemented by a staff of

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of the lake during concerts, including the region’s annual Bayfest Blues Festival. For the sports fan, Duluth is home to a Northwoods Baseball League franchise, one of the nation’s most prominent marathons each summer, a major dog sled race each winter, and top-level intercollegiate athletic competition in the form of the 16 teams who wear the maroon and gold of the Univer sit y of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs. When it comes to staying up to date on what ’s happening around town, around the region, and around the globe, Duluthians enjoy four local television stations, several print media outlets and more radio stations per capita (in ever y available format) than nearly any community in the nation. Duluth’s television and radio stations—which, in terms of geographic reach, are located in one of the country’s largest markets— cover news, sports, and weather in the Twin Ports, northern Minnesota and

a b o u t 2 ,0 0 0 e m p l oye e s , including 491 full-time and another 128 part-time faculty, UMD draws students who come to Duluth and call it their home during their college years and beyond. Unlike t h e s p r aw l i n g c o m m u te r schools of the Midwest’s metropolitan areas, where parking spaces out-number library periodicals, UMD is a community where close to a third of the undergraduate population resides in the many on-campus housing options or in the historic neighborhoods surrounding the campus. Comprising some 50 buildings (all constructed since 1948) and set on 244 acres of residential land with scenic views of Lake Superior, the UMD campus is a city unto itself, with housing, dining facilities, a theater, a p l a n et a r i u m , r e s e a r c h laboratories, athletic venues, parks, wilderness areas, radio and television studios, a newspaper, the latest computer technology, medical facilities, shopping, enter tainment, and a state- of-the-ar t librar y which merges the print and digital worlds, providing students with the region’s most a d va n c e d gateway to i nfo r mat i o n. Dedicated in August 2000, the UMD Library was a $26- million project that provides the campus with nearly 168,000 square feet of new space and room for more than 200 laptop and desktop computers. Since the turn of the 21st century, UMD has added $200 million worth of new projects (including the Library), some of the latest being the Sports and Health Center Addition ($13 million, opened 2006), the Life Science Renovation ($15 million, opened 2006) the Labovitz School of Business and Economics ($23 million, opened 2008), the Bagley Environmental Classroom ($1 million, opened 2009), the Swenson Civil Engineering Building ($15 million, opened 2010) and the Lawrence A. Ianni Hall ($14 million, opened 2011.) In a community like Duluth-Superior, with its metro population of over 125,000 and its amazingly diverse economy, opportunities for internships, employment, and on-thejob education abound, giving countless UMD graduates a much-desired chance to make their permanent home and start their careers in the area. Here, where the ability to transport goods over water created an economy and several communities, transportation is in abundant supply. A major hub for the region, the Twin Ports is connected by numerous fourlane interstate freeways and major U.S. highways. Minneapolis-St. Paul is less than a three-hour drive away, and destinations like Madison, Milwaukee, and Chicago can be reached by car in less than half a day. And, the Duluth International Airport is served by several national/regional airlines, with daily nonstop flights to Minneapolis-St. Paul, Chicago and Detroit in addition to regular seasonal flights to Orlando, Las Vegas and Phoenix.

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Now in its 86th year of operation, the University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Intercollegiate Athletics continues to maintain one of the most competitive and well-balanced sports programs of its size in the country. Fourteen of UMD’s 16 teams— baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, women’s soccer, softball, women’s tennis, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball—are members of the 16-member NCAA Division II Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. The NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey programs, meanwhile, are aligned with the eight-team National Collegiate Hockey Conference and seven-school Western Collegiate Hockey Association, respectively. UMD’s 2016-17 athletic season wrapped up with Emi Trost’s conquest of a national outdoor track title Memorial Day weekend and over the course of the previous nine months, the Bulldogs experienced a multitude of highlights -including a few program firsts -- in each of the three C’s (classroom, competition and community). Those notable achievements included: •UMD produced 16 All-Americans, including Trost, a junior who became UMD’s seventh individual champion in any sport (and the fourth in women’s track) when she placed first in the 1,500-meter run at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championship. Voted the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Central Region Track Athlete of the Year for both the indoor and outdoor seasons, Trost accomplished the All-American trifecta -- cross country, indoor and outdoor track -- as did her senior teammate, senior Breanna Colbenson (for the second straight year). •Seven of 16 Bulldog teams qualified for NCAA II Tournament/National Championship play including women’s cross country, football, men’s hockey, women’s hockey, women’s indoor track and field, women’s outdoor track and field, and volleyball. •After dropping its football season opener, UMD proceeded to reel off 10 straight wins en route to claiming its ninth consecutive NSIC North Division title

In 2011-12, senior center Jack Connolly became just the second Bulldog to attain All-American status three times. and earn a NCAA II playoff berth for the eighth time in the last nine seasons. With record-breaking senior quarterback Drew Bauer at the controls, the high-octane UMD offensive averaged 45.1 points per game – their second highest single-season output ever – and rolled up more yards per game (536.7) than all but one club in the entire country. On the other side of the football, the Bulldogs sported the NSIC Defensive Player of the Year in senior Beau Bates, who had more quarterback sacks (14.0) than any NCAA II linebacker last fall. UMD occupied the No. 13 spot in the final American Football Coaches Association Poll. •The volleyball Bulldogs raced out to their best start in program history, going 21-0 before suffering their first defeat nearly two months into the season. UMD, which was ranked first in the AVCA II poll for four straight weeks in 2016 (and held down the No. 7 spot in the last rankings of the season), also advanced to the NCAA II Tournament after a rare, one-year absence the previous fall. Six Bulldogs attained

UMD has collectively won eight national team championships (all since 2001), including the men’s NCAA Frozen Four title seven years ago.

All-NSIC honors including senior Sydnie Mauch, UMD’s all-time blocks leader, and setter Emily Torve, who was voted the NSIC Freshman of the Year. • Emi Trost and Breanna Colbenson each turned in All-American performances for the third time in as many years at the NCAA II Cross Country Championships. UMD, which was making its fourth straight NCAA II meet appearance, was the lone team to place two runners among the top seven finishers as Trost took fourth – the best individual showing ever by a Bulldog – while Colbenson came in seventh in her collegiate cross country farewell. The Bulldog wound up 10th in the team competition for their fourth consecutive Top 10 finish. •Although they came up just short of capturing their second-ever NCAA men’s hockey crown, the Bulldogs still enjoyed what is arguably one of the most productive winters in its 73-year history. For openers, UMD spent a school-record 11 weeks occupying the No. 1 slot in the uscho. com poll during the course of the year and skated off with three tournament titles -- the NCHC Frozen Faceoff (a program first), the North Star College Cup, and the NCAA West Regional. The Bulldogs went unbeaten in 19 of their final 21 games (with one of those losses coming in the NCAA Frozen Four championship -- a 3-2 setback to Denver) to finish with a 28-7-7 overall record. That .750 winning percentage was the second best mark ever posted by a UMD club. This year’s NCAA Tournament berth was the 11th ever for the Bulldogs and marked the first time they made five national appearances in a seven-year stretch. Left winger Alex Iafallo, one of UMD’s seven seniors, became the first Bulldog to reign as the NCHC scoring champion en route to landing All-American first team honors. •Following a six-year absence, UMD returned to the NCAA Women’s Hockey Tournament and also racked up their most Western Collegiate Hockey Association wins (they were 19-5-4) since 2010-11, moved on to the WCHA Final Faceoff title game for the first time in five seasons. and climbed as high as No. 2 in both the USCHO.com and USA TODAY/ USA Hockey Magazine national polls for six weeks before resting in fifth in each final poll. Lara Stalder put an exclamation point on a remarkable senior season by being chosen as a Top 3 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award (most outstanding player in women’s college hockey). The Swiss Olympian’s 2016-17 resume also included landing the WCHA Player of the Year award and being chosen a first team All-American. • UMD advanced to the quarterfinals of the NSIC Women’s Basketball Tournament -- something it hadn’t done in seven years. • Milestone career victories were registered by three UMD head coaches -softball’s Jen Walter (No. 500), vollleyball’s Jim Boos (400) and men’s hockey’s Scott Sandelin (300). Both Boos and Sandelin have spent their entire collegiate tenures at UMD while Walter joined the Bulldogs in 2015-16 from nearby St. Scholastica.


As much as UMD athletics has accomplished on the field of play since the inception of intercollegiate athletics on campus over eight decades ago, it has also maintained an equally strong and proud tradition of academically preparing its student-athletes. And, it has the numbers to prove it. Case in point: Since 1987-88, nearly 94 percent of those student-athletes who participated in a varsity sport for at least four years have graduated. In 2016-17, UMD’s 402 studentathletes, which includes redshir ted freshmen, p osted an all -time high average GPA 3.21 (the previous mark of 3.181 was set last year) and of that group, 123 achieved GPAs of 3.50 or above and 10 turned in perfect 4.00 marks. For the second year in a row, the volleyball

Bulldogs registered the best collective GPA (3.68) of any UMD team during the academic year while cross country posted the highest GPA of all men’s sports at 3.29. UMD student-athletes have now surpassed the 3.10 GPA marker in each of the last nine semesters. On the individual front, 95 different UMD student-athletes qualified for a spot on the NSIC All-Academic Team at some point in 2016-17. In addition,15 Bulldog men earned All-Academic Team status from the NCHC and 15 women did likewise from the WCHA. That included senior Lara Stalder, who collared the league’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year honor. Senior track and cross countr y standout Breanna Colbens on, who possesses a 3.88 cumulative grade

Junior center Sammy Spurrell secured a spot on the UMD Athletic Academic Scholar List for maintaining the highest cumulative grade point average (3.55) of any men’s hockey player during the 2015-16 school year.

MAKING THE GRADE

Cal Decowski, the winner of the 2015-16 NCHC Sportsmanship Award, received his undergraduate degree at UMD’s Commencement Ceremony in May 2015.

p o i n t ave r a g e a s a p u b l i c h e a l t h / physical education major, was a College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-American first team selection (after attaining second team status in 2015-16) while junior Emi Trost made the second team. In addition, Colbenson and two other Bulldogs -Sam Hartmann (softball), and Matt Vogt (baseball) -- were NSIC Myles Brand All-Academic With Distinction Award recipients for maintaining a 3.75 GPA as a collegian.

Minnesota Duluth Hockey CoSIDA Academic All-Americans •Kyle Schmidt – 2010-11 (Third Team) •Jeff Scissons – 1999-2000 (First Team)

Jeff Scissons

Kyle Schmidt

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The night of Dec. 30, 2010, was truly a defining moment for the University of Minnesota Duluth men’s hockey program. With one drop of the puck on that particular evening, the Bulldogs went from playing in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s oldest facility to the newest rink in the nation -- not to mention one of the best! Construction of the 6,756-seat AMSOIL Arena, which is just a few hundred yards away from the venerable Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center arena, UMD’s former home since the 1966-67 season, began in April 2009. In all, the $80 million facility was a true collaborative effort, with the State of Minnesota funding half of the cost through general obligation bonds, the City of Duluth providing 27 percent of the cost through a voter-approved food and beverage tax, UMD funding 12 percent and the DECC funding the remaining 11 percent. At first glance, AMSOIL Arena brings to mind a striking contrast with other top-notch National Collegiate Hockey Conference/Western Collegiate Hockey Association rinks and some familiar similarities to the old DECC. Set foot inside NCHC rinks like Ralph Engelstad Arena (the University of North Dakota), and one is immediately struck by their sheer vast size. By contrast, a step onto the ice surface at AMSOIL Arena causes many to notice that despite having more than 1,600 additional seats, it’s as intimate as the “old” DECC, with the lower bowl of seats hugging the ice surface and the upper level seats hanging seemingly right over the ice. Truly, there’s not a bad seat in the house. While the DECC was known as a great place to watch a game, the level of

fan comfort is taken to new heights inside AMSOIL Arena. From simple things like seat width and leg room to necessities like additional restroom facilities, fan comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of the Bulldogs’ new digs. Designers took cues from other successful and popular sports facilities and incorporated fanfriendly touches like an open concourse around much of the lower seating bowl, meaning that a trip to one of the numerous concession stands will not mean missing

any of the on-ice action. And, if they do, there is a $1 million, 8’ x 14’ matrix scoreboard hung above center ice, which provides in-game replays, videos, and graphics in 10-millimeter LED display. AMSOIL Arena, which hosted the NCAA Women’s Frozen Four in 2012, is also equipped with something the DECC never had — private suites, some 15 in all. In addition, the Champions Lodge, located on the main level adjacent to one of the college hockey’s finest and most spacious


pools (one of which features a treadmill in its base) and other amenities that rival any other school in the nation. The hallways throughout the Bulldog locker room areas are covered with historical photos and artwork, conveying the storied history of both the men’s and women’s programs. And, in a place where abundant natural wonders and respect for the environment have always been a hallmark of life for Minnesotans, AMSOIL Arena was built with an eye toward sustainability, and has received the top Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) accreditation available. It didn’t take long for the Bulldogs’ new home to attract some big-time national

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press boxes, serves as a gathering space for UMD athletic donors, alumni and supporters. At the other end of the hallway is the Hall of Fame Suite, which holds up to 34 people and contains plaques of the 30-plus Bulldog men and women hockey alums and coaches who are members of the UMD Athletic Hall of Fame. Outside, a new skywalk link connects the extended parking ramp to AMSOIL Arena, leading spectators into what is known as the “Ice Cube”. With soft mood lighting and an aquatic –themed terrazzo floor, the second-level commons area evokes images of Lake Superior. Traveling from one level to another you can see the downtown skyline in one direction and the Duluth harbor in the other. Although AMSOIL Arena will be used for conventions, concerts (with seating for nearly 9,000) and other sporting events, it’s is first and foremost the home of UMD hockey, This is readily apparent by the generous splashes of maroon and gold and the frequent use of the Bulldog logo throughout the facility. A large student bench seat section on the south end of the rink (where UMD attacks twice) should give the Bulldogs that much more of a home-ice advantage. On the lower level, out of sight for most visitors, but on full display for current and potential future Bulldogs, are some of the real “goodies”. Those include a state-of-the-art hockey offices and facilities, a weight room and athletic training center, player’s lounges, two large hydro therapy

attention. The Wall Street Journal named AMSOIL Arena as one of its 10 “Golden Zamboni” award winners for its uniqueness among the nation’s college hockey venues. AMSOIL Arena was cited by the WSJ because “ … it oozes local flavor. Bar tops in the fire-placed warmed Bulldog Club Lounge are made from local taconite rock, flecked with red iron; walls are inlaid with Minnesota stone and the decorative panels are made of wood salvaged from old grain elevators. On the (concourse) walls are quotations from a handful of folks, including Duluth’s two biggest local celebrities: frozen-pizza impresario Jeno Paulucci and Bob Dylan.”

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UMD YEAR-BY-YEAR HOME ATTENDANCE

YEAR-BY-YEAR UMD HOME ATTENDANCE

THE DECC Year GP Attend. Avg. W-L-T Pct 1966-67 16 61,798 3,862 8-8-0 .500 1967-68 14 40,919 2,923 1-13-0 .071 1968-69 16 48,292 3,018 5-11-0 .313 1969-70 17 83,492 4,912 10-7-0 .588 1970-71 19 96,708 5,090 11-7-1 .605 1971-72 19 89,398 4,705 10-8-1 .553 1972-73 17 75,562 4,445 10-7-0 .588 1973-74 20 87,095 4,355 16-4-0 .800 1974-75 17 76,919 4,524 4-11-2 .278 1975-76 20 87,560 4,378 11-9-0 .550 1976-77 20 93,771 4,689 8-12-0 .400 1977-78 18 88,816 4,934 8-9-1 .472 1978-79 22 113,979 5,181 14-6-2 .682 1979-80 17 85,513 5,030 8-9-0 .470 1980-81 20 101,852 5,059 12-7-1 .625 1981-82 20 95,831 4,792 11-8-1 .575 1982-83 23 117,129 5,093 17-6-0 .739 1983-84 25 132,908 5,316 16-7-2 .680 1984-85 28 157,257 5,616 24-2-2 .893 1985-86 24 134,472 5,603 17-5-2 .750 1986-87 20 109,385 5,469 8-11-1 .425 1987-88 17 87,938 5,173 12-4-1 .735 1988-89 21 106,392 5,066 11-9-1 .548 1989-90 20 105,377 5,268 14-6-0 .700 1990-91 20 105,174 5,259 9-8-3 .525 1991-92 16 82,744 5,171 8-7-1 .531 1992-93 18 95,753 5,320 17-1-0 .945 1993-94 20 102,709 5,135 8-9-3 .475 1994-95 19 93,964 4,945 9-8-2 .526 1995-96 20 99,080 4,954 12-8-0 .600 1996-97 20 96,386 4,819 13-6-1 .650 1997-98 23 106,645 4,637 12-10-1 .543 1998-99 18 80,000 4,444 3-13-2 .222 1999-00 17 75,803 4,459 6-11-0 .353 2000-01 20 78,986 3,949 5-13-2 .300 2001-02 20 80,702 4,035 9-11-0 .450 2002-03 22 88,872 4,040 11-8-3 .570 2003-04 20 93,800 4,690 15-5-0 .750 2004-05 19 94,821 4,991 7-8-4 .474 2005-06 18 89,271 4,960 4-13-1 .250 2006-07 18 80,229 4,457 8-8-2 .500 2007-08 17 79,092 4,652 6-6-5 .500 2008-09 17 76,246 4,485 10-4-3 .676 2009-10 22 99,277 4,513 14-8-0 .636 2010-11 8 40,333 5,042 7-1-0 .875 Totals 862 4,118,250 4,777 459-352-51 .562

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AMSOIL ARENA (6,756) Year GP Attend. Avg. W-L-T Pct 2010-11 11 70,666 6,370 5-4-2 .545 2011-12 20 126,552 6,328 14-5-1 .725 2012-13 18 111,715 6,206 9-8-1 .528 2013-14 18 111,330 6,185 5-10-3 .361 2014-15 16 102, 570 6,411 8-5-3 .594 2015-16 18 109,992 6,111 10-6-2 .611 2016-17 19 113,493 5,973 11-4-4 .684 Totals 120 746,318 6,219 62-42-16 .583 Notes: •List does not include exhibition games. •Attendance figures prior to the 1966-67 season are not available. •UMD played in the Duluth Entertainment and Conven tion Center from the 1966-67 season until Dec. 30, 2010 when it moved to AMSOIL Arena.

The Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center

UMD SINGLE-GAME ATTENDANCE HIGHS (AMSOIL ARENA)

Attn. Opponent 7,569 Minnesota 7,424 Minnesota 7,215 Colorado College 7,073 Northern Michigan 7,015 St. Cloud State 7,009 North Dakota 7,008 Omaha 6,975 North Dakota 6,972 Omaha 6,889 Denver

Location AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL AMSOIL

Date Oct. 17, 2015 Nov. 15, 2014 Feb. 6, 2016 Feb. 7, 2015 Jan. 14, 2017 Feb. 22, 2014 Feb. 4, 2017 Dec. 12 2015 Feb. 28, 2015 Jan. 18, 2014

UMD SINGLE-GAME ATTENDANCE HIGHS (DECC)

Attn. Opponent 6,158 Michigan Tech 6,115 Minnesota 5,941 Wisconsin 5,899 Minnesota 5,893 Minnesota 5,861 Notre Dame 5,843 Minnesota 5,809 Michigan Tech 5,806 Minnesota 5,792 Michigan Tech

Location DECC DECC DECC DECC DECC DECC DECC DECC DECC DECC

Date Feb. 2, 1974 Jan. 31, 1976 Jan. 25, 1974 Feb. 2, 1973 Jan. 18, 1975 March 2, 1973 Nov. 12, 1971 Jan. 13, 1973 Feb. 3, 1973 Feb. 22, 1974

UMD-OPP 3-0 2-1 3-2 6-3 4-3 2-6 5-0 0-3 1-1 2-2 UMD-OPP 3-5 3-6 3-6 2-3 6-7 2-8 4-1 7-6 7-5 6-3

Note: Official sellout capacity at the DECC was 5,503 from 1994-95 until 2010-11, 5,681 from 1976-77 to 1983-84, 5,664 from 1984-85 to 1992-93, and 5,612 in 1993-94.


2017-18 University of Minnesota Duluth Roster Player Pos Mikey Anderson D Dylan Samberg D Nick Wolff D Louie Roehl D Scott Perunovich D Koby Bender F Kobe Roth F Avery Peterson F Jarod Hilderman D Joey Anderson F Billy Exell F Blake Young F Nick McCormack D Justin Richards F Karson Kuhlman (A) F Matt Anderson D Jared Thomas F Nick Swaney F Peter Krieger F Jade Miller F Riley Tufte F Sammy Spurrell F Hunter Shepard G Ben Patt G Nick Deery G Parker Mackay F

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Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Assistant Coaches: Brett Larson, Jason Herter, Brant Nicklin Athletic Trainer: Dr. Susan Hoppe Strength and Conditioning Coach: Anthony Morando Equipment Manager: Chris Garner Director of Hockey Operations: Christian Koelling Manager: Dale Haagenson

Birthdate 5/25/99 1/24/99 7/21/96 4/9/98 8/18/98 7/15/97 1/11/97 11/10/93 4/11/97 6/19/98 10/4/95 2/11/94 9/9/93 3/17/98 9/26/95 4/11/99 2/21/94 9/9/97 12/9/93 7/1/95 4/10/98 10/5/92 11/7/95 5/19/96 5/25/94 6/10/94

Hometown (Previous Team/League) Roseville, Minn. (Sioux City/USHL) Hermantown, Minn. (Hermantown H.S.) Eagan, Minn. (Des Moines/USHL) Eden Prarie, Minn. (Minnesota WIlderness/NAHL) Hibbing, Minn. (Cedar Rapids/USHL) Cloquet, Minn. (Muskegon/USHL) Warroad, Minn. (Des Moines/USHL) Niles, Ill. (Fargo/USHL) Kamsack, Saskatchewan (Fargo, USHL) Roseville, Minn. (U.S. National Under-18 Team) Thunder Bay, Ontario (Minnesota Wilderness/NAHL) Battleford, Saskatchewan (Battleford/AJHL) Ramsey, Minn. (Brooks/AJHL) Columbus, Ohio (Lincoln/USHL) Esko, Minn. (Dubuque/USHL) Shakopee, Minn. (Holy Family Catholic H.S.) Hermantown, Minn. (Sioux City/USHL) Lakeville, Minn. (Waterloo/USHL) Oakdale, Minn. (U. of Alaska/WCHA) Minto, N.D. (Austin, NAHL) Blaine, Minn. (Blaine H.S.) Sherwood, Alberta (Spruce Grove/AJHL) Cohasset, Minn. (Bismarck/NAHL) Brampton, Ontario (Notre Dame/SJHL) La Crosse, Wis. (Steinbach/MJHL) Irma, Alberta (Spring Grove/AJHL)

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When Scott Sandelin accepted his first collegiate head coaching job with the University of Minnesota Duluth shortly after the new millennium, his primary mission was to make the Bulldogs a perennial force on the national collegiate hockey landscape and ultimately bring home the program’s first NCAA championship. Mission accomplished. On April 9, 2011, Sandelin and the Bulldogs, before a sold-out Xcel Energy Center crowd of over 19,000, toppled the University of Michigan 3-2 in overtime to cap off a season for the ages. For the first time in its nearly seven-decade history, UMD was indeed college hockey’s top ‘Dog! But the Bulldogs have been anything but one-hit wonders. Over the past nine seasons, they’ve gone 193-124-45 while making six NCAA Tournament appearances (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016 and 2017), advancing to a pair of NCAA Frozen Fours (2017 and 2011), claiming one playoff crown in both the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (2017) and Western Collegiate Hockey Association (2009), posting seven National Collegiate Hockey Conference/ Western Collegiate Hockey Association upper-division finishes and piecing together six, 21-win campaigns. One year ago, Sandelin and the Bulldogs rolled up a 28-7-7 overall record (for a .750 winning percentage -- the second highest figure in club history) and spent a school-record 11 weeks occupying the No. 1 spot in the USCHO.com poll. They also went unbeaten in 19 of their final 21 games with one of those setbacks coming to Denver (3-2) in the NCAA national title bout. During the course of the 2011-12 season, UMD set a team record by going unbeaten in 17 straight games and was ranked first in both major weekly polls (USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey) for nine consecutive weeks (the longest such run ever turned in by a Bulldog club). Sandelin, the 2003-04 Spencer Penrose Award winner (American Hockey Coaches Association NCAA I Coach of the Year), the runnerup for that honor seven winters ago and a Top 10 finalist last year enters the 2017-18 season -- his 18th as the Bulldogs’ bench boss -- sporting a 315284-82 overall record and having helped

Sandelin, shown here with the Montreal Canadians during the 1987-88 season, is one of just three current NCHC coaches who are National Hockey League alumni.

produce two Hobey Baker Memorial Award winners (Jack Connolly in 2011-12 and Junior Lessard in 2003-04), seven NCAA I All-Americans (including three-time pick Jack Connolly), and 21 All-NCHC/WCHA honorees. He’s also seen some 16 of his UMD pupils go on to do time in the National Hockey League.  In March 2009, Sandelin’s Bulldogs laid claim to the WCHA playoff title (becoming, in the process, the first play-in game participant in the 17-year history of the WCHA Final Five to win it all) before advancing all the way to the NCAA West Regional Final. Four seasons earlier, UMD was named the preseason league favorite in the Grand Forks Herald WCHA Coaches Poll for the first time ever and, in mid-October of that year, occupied the No. 1 spot in a national poll (uscho.com and the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine) for the first time in 15 years. Over the Christmas Holidays that

winter, Sandelin displayed his coaching wares on the international stage as the head coach of Team USA at the 2004 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships. He worked in an assistant coaching capacity at that same event in 2012. Sandelin turned UMD into a NCAA Frozen Four participant for the first time in nearly a generation in 2003-04 while shepherding the Bulldogs to their most victories (they were 28-13-4 in all outings) and highest WCHA finish (second place on a 19-7-2 mark) since the 1992-93 season. UMD also sported the nation’s second-highest scoring team, and, during the course of the year, strung together a school-record 14-game unbeaten streak. For his efforts, he was chosen the WCHA Coach of the Year as well as the national coach of the year by both insidecollegehockey.com and uscho. com. Sandelin’s 2002-03 Bulldogs racked up their best overall mark (22-15-5) in a decade while experiencing the greatest one-year turnaround of any WCHA club. UMD ended that season as one of country’s hottest clubs, going unbeaten in 12 of its final 16 games (11-4-1) and capturing third place at the WCHA Final Five playoff championship. One year earlier, he directed the Bulldogs to a 13-24-1 record in all games -- nearly doubling the number of victories from the previous season (7-28-4). In addition to amassing its most goals in five years, UMD also ranked fifth in the nation in power play scores (47) that season. Prior to officially becoming the Bulldogs’ 12th head coach on March 31, 2000, Sandelin served with the University of North Dakota coaching staff for six years, including the last three as an associate head coach. During his tenure in Grand Forks, North Dakota laid claim to two NCAA titles

THE NUMBERS ON SANDELIN

OVERALL WCHA/NCHC YEAR W L T PCT W L T PCT PLACE 2000-01 7 28 4 .231 3 22 3 .161 10th 2001-02 13 24 3 .363 6 19 3 .268 9th 2002-03 22 15 5 .583 14 10 4 .571 5th 2003-04 28 13 4 .667 19 7 2 .714 2nd 2004-05 15 17 6 .474 11 13 4 .464 6th 2005-06 11 25 4 .325 6 19 3 .268 9th 2006-07 13 21 5 .397 8 16 4 .357 9th 2007-08 13 17 6 .444 9 14 5 .411 8th 2008-09 22 13 8 .604 10 11 7 .357 7th 2009-10 22 17 1 .562 16 11 1 .589 4th(T) 2010-11 26 10 6 .690 15 8 5 .625 4th 2011-12 25 10 6 .683 16 7 5 .661 2nd 2012-13 14 19 5 .434 10 13 5 .446 9th 2013-14 16 16 4 .500 11 11 2 .500 4th 2014-15 21 16 3 .563 12 9 3 .563 5th 2015-16 19 16 5 .538 11 10 3 .521 4th 2016-17 28 7 7 .750 15 5 4 .708 2nd Totals 315 284 82 .523 192 205 63 .485 ---


“There are three things Coach Sandelin demands of his players: Work hard, play as a team, and expect to win.” BEAU GEISLER 2003-04 All-American

SANDELIN vs. THE COMPETITION

Here is how Scott Sandelin has fared against all opponents during his UMD coaching career: Team W L T Alabama-Huntsville 4 0 0 Alaska Anchorage 19 13 7 Bemidji State 16 15 3 Boston College 0 3 1 Boston University 1 1 0 Bowling Green 3 0 0 Brown 1 1 0 Clarkson 4 0 0 Colgate 0 0 1 Colorado College 28 21 7 Cornell 0 0 1 Denver 18 37 6 Ferris State 0 1 0 Harvard 1 0 0 Lake Superior State 1 0 3 Maine 2 1 0 UMass-Lowell 5 1 2 Mercyhurst 1 0 0 Merrimack 0 1 0 Miami (Ohio) 11 3 2 Michigan 2 0 0 Michigan State 1 1 0 Michigan Tech 31 16 9 Minnesota 24 23 7 MSU-Mankato 25 16 6 Nebraska-Omaha 12 8 3 New Hampshire 0 1 0 North Dakota 25 33 4 Northern Michigan 8 6 0 Notre Dame 7 8 2 Ohio State 3 3 0 Princeton 1 0 0 Providence College 4 0 1 RPI 3 1 0 St. Cloud State 24 35 4 Union College 4 0 1 Vermont 1 4 1 Western Michigan 13 7 1 Wisconsin 11 20 7 Yale 4 0 0 2017-18 opponents are in bold

PAGE HEADINFORMATION COACH SCOTTGOES SANDELIN HERE

years of professional hockey, including NHL stints with the Montreal Canadiens (198688), Philadelphia Flyers (1990-91) and Minnesota North Stars (1991-92). The second round pick of the Montreal Canadiens in the 1982 NHL draft (40th selection overall), he was credited with four assists in 25 lifetime NHL outings as a nagging back injury forced him to retire prematurely from the professional ranks following the 1991-92 season. Sandelin, one of just three current NCHC coaches with NHL playing experience, also skated for Team U.S.A. at the 1989 Goodwill Games, the 1986 International Ice Hocky Federation Championships, and the 1984 IIHF Junior Championships. Sandelin, who graduated from North Dakota in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in marketing, was the 2013 recipient of North Dakota’s Tom Clifford Award (recognizing North Dakota alumni who serve with distinction as athletic coaches at the high school or college levels).  He and his wife, Wendy, have a son (Ryan, a winger with the British Columbia Hockey League’s Penticton Vees) and a daughter (Katie) and reside in Hermantown, Minn.

HEAD COACH SCOTT SANDELIN

(1996-97 and 1999-2000), three WCHA regular season championships (1996-99), two WCHA playoff crowns (1996-97 and 1999-2000) and earned four straight berths in the NCAA tournament (1996-2000). His primary responsibilities with the Fighting Sioux included handling the team’s recruiting coordinator and academic advisor duties, and assisting with all aspects of practice and game preparation. Sandelin spent the 1993-94 season as the head coach of the Fargo-Moorhead Junior Kings of the Junior Elite Hockey League after working in that same capacity (and doubling as general manager) the previous winter with the American Hockey Association’s Fargo-Moorhead Express. Born and raised in Hibbing, Minn., Sandelin capped off his four-year playing career at North Dakota in 1985-86 by being named one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. He captained the club that season and also was an All-WCHA first team pick and an NCAA I All-American second team selection. Named North Dakota’s Most Valuable Player as a senior after amassing a career-high 38 points in 40 games, Sandelin went on to play seven

SANDELIN MILESTONES

First Win - UMD 5, Michigan Tech 3 (Nov. 11, 2000) 50th Win - UMD 5, Minnesota State-Mankato 4 (Nov. 29, 2003) 100th Win - UMD 7, Alaska Anchorage 4 (Dec. 2, 2006) 200th Win - UMD 5, MSUMankato 2 (Nov. 18, 2011) 300th Win - UMD 4, St. Cloud State 3 (OT) (Jan. 14, 2017)

ALL-TIME BULLDOG COACHING RECORDS

(Overall)

(Conference) Coach W L T PCT W L T PCT Frank Kovach (1930-32) 2 8 0 .200 2 2 0 .500 Joe Oven (1946-47) 11 6 1 .647 10 3 0 .769 Hank Jensen (1947-51) 19 9 1 .672 6 6 1 .500 Gordy Eddolls (1951-54) 21 17 0 .553 15 8 0 .652 Bob Boyat (1954-55) 9 8 0 .529 7 2 0 .777 Connie Pleban (1955-59) 56 25 5 .691 41 0 0 1.000 Ralph Romano (1959-68) 90 121 7 .431 30 49 2 .380 Bill Selman (1968-70) 19 38 1 .333 13 32 1 .289 Terry Shercliffe (1970-75) 82 92 7 .471 60 76 5 .441 Gus Hendrickson (1975-82) 110 146 11 .430 72 97 9 .426 Mike Sertich (1982-2000) 350 328 44 .515 260 263 38 .498 Scott Sandelin (2000- ) 315 284 82 .523 192 205 63 .485

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BULLDOG ASSISTANT COACHES 12

Brett Larson

Assistant Coach

In his five years and two tours of duty with the UMD coaching staff, Brett Larson has been part of one of the most successful runs in Bulldog hockey history Larson, who spent three seasons as a UMD assistant before departing for the United States Hockey League in 2011 -- and eventually an associate head coaching job at Ohio State University, returned to the Bulldog staff in August 2015 to assume his old position. During his relatively short time at his alma mater, (2008-11 and 2015-17), UMD has rolled up a 117-63-27 overall record (for a .630 winning percentage), captured the school’s first-ever NCAA championship (at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center in 2011), made four NCAA playoff appearances (2009, 2011, 2016 and 2017) and skated off with one National Collegiate Hockey Conference playoff title (2017) and another Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff crown (2009) while qualifying for the WCHA Final Five/NCHC Frozen Four tournament five times (2009-11 and 2016-17). He also coached and/or recruited one Hobey Baker Award Memorial Award winner, five All-Americans, eight future NHLers and one 2014 U.S. Olympian. In late May 2011, Larson left UMD to take over the head coaching and general manager duties with the USHL’s Sioux City Musketeers. He spent two seasons in Sioux City and directed that club to the USHL playoffs as a rookie bench boss in 2011-12. He also tutored current Bulldogs senior center Jared Thomas. Larson, who served as the head coach for gold medal-winning Team USA at the 2012 World Junior A Challenge, returned to the collegiate ranks in 2013 when he signed on as Ohio State’s associate head coach. He worked for two winters under Steve Rohlik, his former Bulldog assistant coaching colleague, for Buckeye clubs that went 32-33-8 overall. A Duluth native and 1991 Denfeld High School graduate, Larson patrolled the Bulldog blue line for four seasons, racking up 24 goals and 43 assists for 67 points in 133 games.  He captained the Bulldogs during his senior year in 1994-95 when he attained Western Collegiate Hockey Association All-Academic Team recognition for a third straight time and also landed the team’s Community Service Award. Larson enjoyed a breakout season the previous winter when he finished with 28 points and nine power play goals en route to being named UMD’s Most Improved Player. That same year he set a program record for fastest two power play goals (12 seconds vs. Northern Michigan University) which still stands. As a sophomore, Larson and the Bulldogs captured the WCHA regular season title and advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA playoffs. Selected in the 11th round by the Detroit Red Wings in the 1990 National Hockey League draft, Larson went on to skate 12 years in the professional ranks, including two (1990-2001) as a player-coach with the San Diego Gulls of the now-defunct West Coast Hockey League. He also did time with the Colonial Hockey League’s Madison Monsters, the East Coast Hockey League’s Louisville Riverfrogs, the International Hockey League’s Utah Grizzlies, Las Vegas Thunder and Long Beach Ice Dogs in addition to spending another five years in Denmark, Germany and England. He wrapped up his playing days in 2006-07 as a player/assistant coach for the Florida Seals of the Southern Professional Hockey League before that Orlando-based franchise folded at midseason. During the spring of 2008, Larson coached Team RBK (AAA selects) in the Twin Cities metro area. Larson, who received a Bachelor’s degree in criminology from UMD in 2004, is a board member for the Northern Lights Foundation. He and his wife, Kelly, make their home in Duluth with their two children (Lane and Calla).

Jason Herter

Assistant Coach

Jason Herter, a former Western Collegiate Hockey Association standout and first round National Hockey League draft pick, is in his seventh year with the Bulldogs staff, having officially began his assistant coaching duties at UMD in the summer of 2011. Since enlisting his services with the Bulldogs, Herter has been part of four NCAA Tournament participants (2012, 2015, 2016 and 2017) and, in his debut season, saw center Jack Connolly win the school’s fifth Hobey Baker Memorial Award. In 2015-16, Herter began a term on College Hockey, Inc.’s Board of Directors. A native of Hafford, Saskatchewan, Herter doubled as the head coach and general manager for the United States Hockey League’s Fargo (N.D.) Force six years ago and guided that franchise to a regular season record of 33-22-5.  He joined the Force in 2008-09 for their inaugural season as an assistant coach (under current University of Nebraska Omaha bench boss Dean Blais) before spending the following year scouting for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL. Along with Pat Ferschweiler (now an assistant coach with the National Hockey League’s Detroit Red Wings), Herter started the Russell Stover AAA midget U16 and U18 teams out of Overland Park, Kan., and spent five years with that program and coaching the U16 club before moving on to Fargo. Selected in the first round (8th pick overall) by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1989 NHL entry draft, Herter skillfully manned the University of North Dakota blueline for three seasons (1988-91), racking up 119 points on 30 goals and 89 assists in 118 games. In his farewell year in Grand Forks, N.D., he secured a spot on both the All-WCHA second team and the WCHA All-Academic Team.  A member of the Canadian National Junior Team in 1990, Herter went on to make one appearance in the NHL -- with the New York Islanders in 1995-96 -- as part of an 11-year professional playing career, which included stops in the American Hockey League (Hamilton) and the International Hockey League (Milwaukee, Kalamazoo, Utah, Kansas City and Orlando). His final four seasons of competition were spent in Europe where, in 2001-02, he and former Bulldog assistant coaching colleague Derek Plante were teammates with the Munich Barons. Herter, 46 (10/2/70), earned his Bachelor’s degree in business management from North Dakota in 2005 and two years later received a Master’s degree in entrepreneurship from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He and his wife, Laura, have two children (Jordyn and Jacob) -- and live in Hermantown, Minn.

Brant Nicklin

Volunteer Assistant Coach

Brant Nicklin, who made a name for himself for his puckstopping prowess at University of Minnesota Duluth during the late 1990s, returned to the Bulldog men’s hockey program in 2014-15 as a volunteer assistant coach. Before joining the Bulldog men’s staff, Nicklin had served as the UMD women’s goaltending coach the previous five seasons. He’s also served as goalie coach at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth since 1995-96 and run a number of local goaltending schools and clinics over the past decade or so A native of Comox, British Columbia, Nicklin was the Bulldogs’ ace in the goal for four seasons and exited UMD in 2000 ranking first all-time in saves percentage (.895), shut outs (8) and appearances (137), second in saves (3,880) and goals against average (3.40) and third in wins (55). He still owns team records for games played (137), consecutive appearances (76) and consecutive starts (76, which at the time was a NCAA Division I mark). In 1996-97, Nicklin became just the second UMD freshman to play in every minute of his club’s Western Collegiate Hockey Association games and wound up landing a spot on that circuit’s All-Rookie Team. The following year, he posted a program-record five shutouts and a 21-16-2 overall mark while pacing the WCHA in saves for a second straight winter. Nicklin, the current WCHA record holder for consecutive league starts (80), was the recipient of the Bulldog Community Service Award as junior and the Goldie Wolfe Award (UMD’s Most Inspirational Player) in 1999-2000. Nicklin went on to sign a free agent contract with the National Hockey League’s Pittsburgh Penguins and participated in two of their training camps. In four years as a professional, he tended goal for the Central Hockey League’s Oklahoma City Blazers (2000-01) and San Angelo Saints (2003-04), the United Hockey Leagues’s Quad City Mallards (2001-02) and Rockford Ice Hogs (200203), the East Coast Hockey League’s Florida Everblades (2000-01) and the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals (2002-03). Nicklin, who graduated from UMD in 2006 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in recreation, resides in Duluth with his wife, Kelly, and their two children -- Reese and Alex.


A new addition to the UMD men’s and women’s hockey staffs, Anthony Morando was hired this past July as the strength and conditioning coach for both programs. Morando’s resume is impressive, and most recently included a role as a performance manager at EXOS in Grand Forks, N.D., for two years, where he also coached athletes at the pinnacle of their sport. Prior to his time in Grand Forks, Morando was the head strength and conditioning coach at Boston University for the men’s hockey and women’s golf programs from March 2011until May 2015. He managed and trained NHL and professional hockey players during summer months in addition to his BU athletes, and ran an annual pro-camp in August.  In addition, he also spent time with the National Hockey League’s San Jose Sharks during their 2014 development camp. Morando started his coaching career as a graduate assistant strength coach at Boston College from 2006-2008.  While with the Eagles, he implemented training programs, nutrition and performance upgrades, as well as assisted with the special teams coach on game days. A graduate of Springfield College in Springfield, Mass., Morando earned his B.S. Degee in applied exercise science in 2007 and is currently working on a M.S. Degree in kinesiology.  He is married to former University of North Dakota women’s hockey standout and U.S National Team member Monique Lamoureux.

Chris Garner

Dr. Susan Hoppe

One of the more unheralded members of the Bulldog support staff, Chris Garner will embark on his 10th season as UMD’s hockey equipment manager in 2017-18. A Rochester, Minn., product, Garner owns somewhat of an extensive resume, having previously spent one year serving as the head equipment manager with the Kalamazoo Wings of the United Hockey League, and another season (2003-04) as an assistant with the Minnesota Wild’s American Hockey League affiliate, the Houston Aeros. He also was the head equipment manager for the University of North Dakota’s women’s program during its inaugural season of competition (2002-03) and prior to that, honed his skills as the head student equipment manager at St. Cloud State University between 1998-2002. In August 2017, Garner handled equipment manager duties for Team USA, which captured the gold medal at the U17 Five Nations Tournament in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Garner played four years of hockey (1993-97) at Rochester Mayo High School before moving on to St. Cloud State where he earned a Bachelor of Elective Studies degree with an emphasis in sports management in 2006. He is single and lives in Duluth.

The 2017-18 season will mark Suz Hoppe’s 13th year overseeing the hockey Bulldogs’ athletic trainer responsibilities for men’s hockey and her first in that same role with the women’s program. As the hockey sports performance director, she now supervises two resident athletic trainers. Hoppe, who is just the third full-time athletic trainer the hockey Bulldogs have employed since 1981-82, spent her initial season at UMD (2003-04) working with the women’s basketball, women’s soccer and softball teams. Prior to her arrival in the Twin Ports, she served a two-year stint as an assistant athletic trainer at Gardner-Webb University, an NCAA Division I institution in Boiling Springs, N.C. The 1999 University of WisconsinEau Claire graduate (Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology) also interned at Florida Southern University in the spring of 1999 before heading north to Georgia and Valdosta State University where she attained a Master’s of Education degree in 2001. Hoppe, a native of Durand, Wis., received her Doctor of Education degree from UMD in 2011. She and her husband, James, and their two daughters (Addison and Emma) and live in Rice Lake, Minn.

Equipment Manager

Athletic Trainer

Christian Koelling

Director of Hockey Operations

Christian Koelling took over as the Bulldogs’ director of hockey operations in the summer of 2008. Among his vast array of administrative duties, Koelling is in charge of all video-related endeavors, making team travel arrangements, coordinating community outreach projects, and overseeing ice scheduling, summer camps and budget management. He also assists with the program’s media relations and marketing efforts. The Bloomington, Minn., native has been heavily involved in the local hockey scene over the past decade or so, having spent three seasons as the head coach at the now-defunct Duluth Central High School (2005-08) and five more years coaching Duluth East youth teams. Koelling, the co-founder of the Duluth Area Special and Sled Hockey (DASH) association, is currently the Coach-In-Chief for the Minnesota district of USA Hockey and is a past-president of the Duluth Amateur Hockey Association’s Board of Directors. In August 2012, he served on the coaching staff for U.S. Under-18 Team during its tour of the Czech Republic. He also is a member of the Northern Lights Foundation advisory board. A 2004 graduate of UMD (a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a coaching minor), Koelling played three years of varsity hockey for Bloomington Jefferson High School and paced the Jaguars in scoring as a senior while leading them to their second Minnesota State High School Class AA Tournament appearance in three years. Koelling and his wife, Jennie, have one daughter (Charlotte) and make their home in Duluth.

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Strength & Conditioning Coach

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Joey Anderson

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Forward • 6-0 • 195 • Sophomore • Roseville, Minn.

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AS A BULLDOG: Put together a nationally-recognized resume as an offensive difference maker with the 2016-17 Bulldogs ... pocketed a nifty 37 points to take a backseat only to AllAmerican Alex Iafallo on the UMD charts ... that scoring output was the largest by a Bulldog rookie in six years (J.T. Brown with 37 points) ... ranked fourth among all NCAA newcomers in assists (25) and fifth in points ... nailed down a spot on the NCHC All-Rookie Team as well as the NCAA West Regional All-Tournament Team ... was a two-time NCHC Rookie of the Month (November and March/April) and the Hockey Commissioner’s Association Rookie of the Month for March/April ... helped propel UMD to its first NCHC Frozen Faceoff title by scoring a 5-on-3 power play go with 51 seconds to go in regulation in a 4-3 title bout triumph over North Dakota -- a signature moment, to say the least ... scored twice (one of his two, multi-goal nights last season) and added an assist against St. Cloud State on Nov. 4 and then generated two more points the ensuing evening in a second straight 5-3 takedown of the Huskies ... attained NCHC Rookie of the Week honors for that spirited two-day performance ... skated on Team USA’s top line at the 2017 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships last winter (later December and early December) and became the first Bulldog to ever claim a gold medal at that event (he was the 14th UMD skater to compete in the IIHF juniors) ... missed three UMD outings due to that commitment ... took part in the World Junior Summer Showcase this past July-August looking to don the Red, White and Blue again at the 2018 world juniors in Buffalo, N.Y. ... proved to be no slouch in the classroom either as evident by his NCHC All-Academic Team citation. BEFORE UMD: Honed his puck skills for two seasons with the USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program in Plymouth, Mich. prior to becoming a Bulldog ... placed fourth on the U.S. National Under-18 Team scoring charts last winter with 57 points (27 goals and 30 assists) … one of his 64 outings was a Jan. 2, 2016 exhibition bout at AMSOIL Arena against some of his future teammates (a 4-3 UMD victory) … served as a U18 team captain … competed with the bronze medal-winning Team USA at the 2016 International Ice Hockey U18 World Championships in Grand Forks, N.D. and tied for the goal-scoring lead (seven) at that 10-team event … ranked third in plus-minus rating as well (+12) … skated for Team Roenick at the 2016 CCM All-American Prospects Game in Buffalo, N.Y., and picked up two assists in a 6-4 losing effort to Team Plante, which was coached by former UMD assistant and one-time Bulldog All-American Derek Plante ... spent the 2014-15 season with the U.S. National Under-17 Team and closed out the year with 21 goals and 21 assists in 55 games ... those 42 points were second to only one other U17 player (Clayton Keller with 59) .... took part in a trio of international events that season -- the U17 Five Nations Tournament in Dmitrov, Russia, the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Samia and Lambton Shores, Ontario and the U17 Four Nations Tournament in Ann Arbor (the U.S. placed second at all three of those tourneys) ... starred with the Hill-Murray High School varsity as an eighth and ninth grader before departing for Plymouth ... topped the 2013-14 Pioneers in scoring en route to securing a All-Classic Suburban Conference citation... was an All-Classic Suburban Conference honorable mention honoree the previous year for the Minnesota State High School Class AA State Tournament runnerup Pioneers ... his NHL draft rights are owned by the New Jersey Devils (third round; 73rd pick overall in 2016) ... is a 2016 graduate of Ann Arbor Pioneer High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). First Goal - at St. Cloud State (Nov. 4, 2016). First Assist - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). Most Goals, Game - 2 at Western Michigan (March 4, 2017) and St. Cloud State (Nov. 4, 2016). Most Points, Game - 3 at St. Cloud State (Nov. 4, 2016). Most Shots, Game - 6 vs. Harvard (April 6, 2017). Longest Scoring Streak - 5 Games (March 18-present). PERSONAL: Born Joseph Thomas Anderson in Fridley, Minn. ... is the son of Gerry (a former Duluth Denfeld High School and College of St. Scholastica hockey letterman) and Dana Anderson (a former professional raquetball player) ... has one younger brother (Mikey, a first-year defenseman with the 2017-18 Bulldogs) and one older sister (Sami, who plays hockey at nearby St. Scholastica) ... his grandfather, Tom Anderson, was a UMD hockey forward during the early 1950s ... is majoring in business at UMD.

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THE NUMBERS ON ANDERSON

GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/32 12 25 37 4-8 3 0 2 +11 32 12 25 37 4-8 3 0 2 +11


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Nick Deery

Goalie • 6-1 • 185 • Sophomore • La Crosse, Wis.

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

AS A BULLDOG: Has provided the Bulldogs with reliable relief support at the netminder position thus far ... was limited to three outings while All-NCHC second team honoree Hunter Miska carried virtually the entire goal crease workload from mid October on last winter ... made his collegiate debut during the second period of UMD’s first road assignment of the year (Oct. 7 at UMass-Lowell) and stopped 13 shots of 13 shots to preserve a 4-4 tie with the then-No. 8 River Hawks ... cracked the starting lineup the following evening and answered that challenge by allowing just one goal -- a power play score 3:30 after the opening face off -- while making 24 saves in a 1-1 deadlock ... posted a .974 saves percentage on the weekend en route to being chosen the NCHC Goaltender of the Week ... received another start (which turned out to be his final appearance of the year) six days later when he and the Bulldogs upended Notre Dame 4-3 at AMSOIL Arena ... dressed for UMD’s four-game NCAA playoff run ... was redshirted as a first-year freshman in 2015-16 ... played the entire third period of UMD’s 6-1 exhibition victory over visiting Lakehead University on Oct. 4 and rejected the four shots he faced ... is a two-time NCHC All-Academic Team honoree. BEFORE UMD: Skillfully tended goal for two winters (2013-15) for the Steinbach Pistons of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League ... was voted the MJHL’s Top Goaltender in 2014-15 and carved himself out a place on the MJHL First All-Star Team after pacing that circuit in regular season shutouts with five ... appeared in a MJHL-high 47 games and went 30-15-0 with a 2.27 goals against average and a .922 saves percentage (the second best figure in the league) ... added an additional 13 games to his 2014-15 resume in the MJHL playoffs, compiling an 8-5-0 record, a 2.19 goals against average and a .931 saves percentage ... backstopped the Pistons to the 2015 MJHL finals (where they were swept by the Portage Terriers) en route to landing the both the team’s Most Valuable Player and Playoff MVP awards ... split crease time with with Zach Rakochy as a MJHL newcomer the previous year and concluded the regular season sporting a 20-8-0 mark, a 2.51 goals against average and a .918 saves percentage in 28 games ... sandwiched a couple of North American Hockey League stints with the Brookings Blizzard (four games) and Odessa Jackalopes (26) around a one-game run with the United States Hockey League’s Lincoln Stars in 2012-13 ... is a 2012 graduate of Concord High School (N.H.). BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - at UMass-Lowell (Oct. 7, 2016). First Start at UMass-Lowell (Oct. 7, 2016). First Win - vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 14, 2016). Most Saves, Game - 24 at UMass-Lowell (Oct. 7, 2016). Fewest Saves, Game - 20 vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 14, 2016). Most Goals Allowed, Games - 3 vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 14, 2016). PERSONAL: Born Nicholas Charles Deery in La Crosse, Wis. ... is the son of Charles and Holly Deery... has one older sister (Alexis) ... is majoring in mechanical engineering at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON DEERY

Year GP-GS MIN W-L-T GA AVG SVS SVS% SO 2016-17 3-2 155:44 1-0-2 4 1.54 57 .934 0 Totals 3-2 155:44 1-0-2 4 1.54 57 .934 0

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Billy Exell

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Forward • 5-10 • 180 • Junior • Thunder Bay, Ontario

AS A BULLDOG: Ratcheted up his game a notch or two last winter ... closed out the year with three goals and three assists ... got his sophomore season off to an encouraging start by setting up a goal in the 201617 opener against Michigan Tech before securing his first collegiate score 24 hours later against those same Huskies ... presented himself as somewhat of a good luck charm for the 2016-17 Bulldogs as UMD was unbeaten (5-0-1) in the six games in which he generated a point ... is a two-time member of the NCHC All-Academic Team ... was a somewhat late addition to the 2015-16 UMD roster, signing on in July of that year ... experienced a bit of difficulty in accruing ice time two years ago and wound up skating in just six games ... made his collegiate debut in UMD’s 3-1 triumph at arch-rival Minnesota on Oct. 16, 2015 ... picked up his only point -- an assist -- the following month at Colorado College (Nov. 12) ... five of his six appearances took place on the road with the lone exception being the Feb. 9, 2016 bout with Bemidji State. BEFORE UMD: Took the North American Hockey League route to UMD, sharpening his ice talents for two seasons with the Minnesota Wilderness ... placed sixth among 2014-15 Wilderness in regular season scoring charts with 34 points (a career-high 14 goals and 20 assists in 55 appearances) while going a +11 ... scored three more times and helped set up five other goals during the club’s 12-game run to the NAHL playoff title (Robertson Cup) ... was selected to take part in the 2015 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament for the Midwest Division team that February and wound up collecting two goals in two games ... completed his inaugural go-around with the Wilderness with eight goals and 21 assists to his regular season credit ... is a 2013 graduate of St. Patrick High School in Thunder Bay. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - at Minnesota (Oct. 16, 2015). First Goal - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 2, 2016). First Assist - at Colorado College (Nov. 12, 2015). Most Goals, Game - 3 (Three Times). Most Points, Game - 1 (Seven Times). Most Shots, Game 3 (Three Times). PERSONAL: Born George William Exell in Thunder Bay, Ontario ... is the son of Bill and Patti Exell ... his uncle, UMD Athletic Hall of Famer Tom Milani, starred with the Bulldogs from 1972-76 and is the program’s all-time goal-scoring leader (an even 100 tallies in 146 outings) ... is the 19th Thunder Bay product to enlist his services with the UMD program (only the city of Duluth has produced more future Bulldogs) ... is majoring in communication at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON EXELL

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2015-16 6 0 1 1 0-0 0 0 0 +1 2016-17 42 3 3 6 3-6 0 0 2 -2 Totals 48 3 4 7 3-6 0 0 2 -1

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Defense • 6-1 • 200 • Sophomore • Kamsack, Saskatchewan

BEFORE UMD: Received his NCAA I indoctrination -- some 11 games worth -- in 2016-17 ... filled in admirably for the injured Carson Soucy for four outings during the postseason ... produced his lone rookie-year point (an assist) in the first of those -- a 5-2 triumph over Western Michigan in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff semifinals ... was paired with thensenior Willie Raskob for the league playoff championship bout the next night as well as both NCAA West Regional games the following weekend ... went a +3 on the year ... was one of four freshmen to crack the opening night lineup (Oct. 1 versus visiting Michigan Tech). BEFORE UMD: Joined the Fargo Force blue line battalion in 2015-16 following a two-year run with the British Columbia Hockey League’s Penticton Vees ... got that season off to a rousing start and was the Force’s top pointproducing defenseman before incurring a hand injury in January which sidelined him for 25 games … mustered four goals and eight assists on the year ... was a junior hockey teammate of fellow 2016-17 UMD recruits Hunter Miska (Penticton) and Riley Tufte (Fargo) ... played an integral role in the Vees’ conquest of both the 2015 Fred Page Cup (BCHL playoff champions) and Western Canada Cup and their advancement to the semifinal round of the RBC Cup (Canadian junior A national championship) ... his 22-game BCHL playoff scoring line included seven points (one goal and six assists) ... broke into the BCHL ranks in 2013-14 and was chosen the Vees’ Most Improved Player after a one-goal, seven-assist debut season ... is a 2015 graduate of Penticton Secondary School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). First Assist - vs. Western Michigan (March 17, 2017). Most Points, Game - 1 vs. Western Michigan (March 17, 2017). Most Shots, Game - 1 at Western Michigan (March 4, 2017). PERSONAL: Born Jarod Albert Hilderman in Calgary, Alberta ... is the son of Rod (a University of North Dakota football alum) and Maureen Hilderman ... has one younger brother (Austin “Hoss”) ... his uncle, Bob Hilderman, played hockey at Concordia College (Moorhead, Minn.) in the late 1970s ... is majoring in business at UMD.

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Jarod Hilderman

THE NUMBERS ON HILDERMAN

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2016-17 11 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0 +3 Total 11 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0 +3

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Peter Krieger

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Forward • 5-11 • 190 • Junior • Oakdale, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Practiced with the Bulldogs during the 2016-17 season but saw no game activity in accordance with NCAA transfer rules. BEFORE UMD: Transferred to UMD last fall after spending the previous two seasons at the University of Alaska Fairbanks ... ranked third among the 2015-16 Nanooks in scoring with a career-high 20 points and was first in assists with 14 ... was one of eight Nanooks to take a shift in all 38 games that winter and had six multi-point games and six power play points (one goal and five assists) to show for it ...generated 13 points (the highest output among all Alaska rookies) on five goals and eight assists in 33 games the previous season and finished the year a +10 ... qualified for the 2015-16 Western Collegiate Hockey Association All-Academic Team ... engaged in one rewarding year (2013-14) of United States Hockey League play prior to his arrival in Fairbanks ... hunkered down in Waterloo, Iowa, where he finished as the Western Conference champion Black Hawks’ top regular-season point producer ... his 41 assists and 67 points -- in 60 outings -- were both bettered by only four other league combatants that season and earned him a Second Team All-USHL citation ... was selected to the North American Hockey League’s All-Rookie Team in 2012-13 after leading the Aberdeen Wings in a host of regular season statistical categories including points (54), goals (22), power play scores (six) and game winners (four) ... played his prep hockey at St. Thomas Academy and as a senior in 2011-12 captained the Cadets to their second straight Minnesota State High School Class A title, scoring a team-leading 49 points (in 30 games) in the process ... attained All-Classic Suburban Conference status that winter. PERSONAL: Born Peter Charles Krieger in St. Paul, MInn ... is the son of Carl and Cindy Krieger ... has one older brother (Carl Jr.) ... is majoring in criminology at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON KRIEGER

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2016-17 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Total 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0

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Forward • 5-11 • 190 • Senior • Esko, Minn.

THE 2011-12 BULLDOGS

AS A BULLDOG: Will proudly captain the 74th edition of Bulldog hockey ... heads into his final collegiate go-around with 60 lifetime points (the most of any returning UMD skater) on 26 goals and 34 assists and a team-leading +39 plus-minus rating ... also owns a share of the longest active ironman streak in NCAA I hockey (he’s taken part in all 122 games over the past three seasons) ... eclipsed his previous career highs for points (22), assists (16) and power play scores (four) as a junior assistant team captain ... spread his six goals last season over six different games ... counted himself among the four Bulldogs to score shorthanded one year ago ... was UMD’s nominee for the 2016-17 NCHC Sportsmanship Award ... collared NCHC All-Academic Team honors for a third consecutive year last season ... has been a feature on both the UMD penalty kill and power play units for the better part of his career ... took another substantial leap forward in 2015-16 ... established a then personal best for scoring -- only one of five Bulldogs to do so -- that winter ... his sophomore stat line included 12 goals and eight assists ... also sported the club’s second highest plus-minus rating (+20) two years ago and struck twice on the power play as a sophomore ... made his final goal of 2015-16 a memorable one -- the game-winner in the second overtime of UMD’s 2-1 ousting of No. 1-seeded Providence College in the NCAA Northeast Regional semifinals ... was chosen the NCHC Offensive Player of the Week after having a hand in four goals in UMD’s road sweep of St. Cloud State on Feb. 2627, 2016 ... collected three points (including a pair of goals) in the opener of that two-game set with the Huskies ... took part in the Montreal Canadien’s Development Camp in the summer of 2016 ... passed his collegiate initiation with flying colors in 2014-15 ... placed fifth among NCHC rookies in goals (eight), ninth in scoring (18 points) and fourth in shots on goal (82) ... joined Western Michigan’s Frederik Tiffels as the only two league newcomers to pick up a shorthanded goal that season ... pieced together a six-game scoring streak between Nov. 15 and Dec. 6, a stretch in which the Bulldogs went 5-1-0 ... engaged in a considerable amount of special teams play as a freshman and scored once while a man up and once while a man down (both at AMSOILArena) ... also had a pair of game-winning tallies to his 2014-15 credit ... was the lone first-year Bulldog to not miss a game that winter.BEFORE UMD: Certainly made the most of his one full season of United States Hockey League deployment ... topped the 2013-14 Dubuque Fighting Saints in regular season goals with 25 and added 19 assists for 44 points, the second highest output on the club ... was selected as a 2013-14 midseason USHL All-Star (Eastern Conference second team) ... scored a team-high four goals for the U.S. at last November’s World Junior A Challenge, including the opening tally in a 4-1 championship game triumph over Russia ... exited the Cloquet High School program for good immediately following his junior year to hook up with the Fighting Saints -- just in time to help Dubuque capture the 2013 Clark Cup (USHL playoff champions) ... skated for the U.S. Under 18-Select Team in the 2012 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament ... closed out his third, and final, prep season with a 54-point effort (27 goals and 27 assists) after accumulating 50 points in the same number of games (25) the previous season ... appeared in five outings with Dubuque in 2011-12. ... also lettered one year in football (running back) at Cloquet High School ... is a 2014 graduate of Esko High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Minnesota (Oct. 10, 2014). First Goal - vs. Minnesota StateMankato (Oct. 17, 2014). First Assist - at Minnesota (Nov. 14, 2014). Most Goals, Game - 2 at St. Cloud State (Feb. 26, 2016) and vs. Western Michigan (Dec. 4, 2015). Most Points, Game - 3 at St. Cloud State (Feb. 26, 2016). Most Shots, Game - 7 (Five Times). Longest Scoring Streak - 6 Games (Nov. 14-Dec. 6, 2014). PERSONAL: Born Karson Dean Kuhlman in Duluth, Minn. ... is the son of Dean and Jennifer Kuhlman ... has one younger brother (Jack, who works part time on the ice maintenance crew at AMSOIL Arena) ... is majoring in organizational management at UMD.

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Karson Kuhlman

THE NUMBERS ON KUHLMAN

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2014-15 40 8 10 18 4-8 1 1 2 +1 2015-16 40 12 8 20 5-10 2 0 2 +20 2016-17 42 6 16 22 4-11 4 1 1 +18 Totals 122 26 34 60 13-29 7 2 5 +39

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Parker Mackay

Forward • 5-11• 185 • Junior • Irma, Alberta

AS A BULLDOG: Has been entrusted with assistant team captaincy responsibilities for 2017-18 ... was shelved for nearly a quarter (10 games) of the season last winter due to two separate upper body injuries, but still managed to double his output for both goals (eight) and assists (12) from the previous year ... also established career bests for plus-minus rating (+5) and shot percentage (.195) ... bagged UMD’s first goal of 2016-17 -- his lone power play goal as as sophomore - 5:45 into the opening period in UMD’s 6-0 triumph over Michigan Tech on Oct. 1 ... was credited with his other game-winner five weeks later (Nov. 5) while helping the Bulldogs topple St. Cloud State 5-3 in St. Cloud, Minn. ... also had a pair of two-point nights (vs. Michigan Tech on Oct. 1 and at Colorado College on Feb. 17) as a sophomore ... skated on the No. 2, 3 and No. 4 lines that winter, all out of the right wing position ... qualified for the 2016-17 NCHC All-Academic Team ... was chosen the Mike Sertich Award (UMD’s Most Improved Player) recipient following his debut Bulldog season ... contributed six points (four goals and two assists) to the team’s scoring coffers while appearing in 29 games ... was deployed at right wing on all four UMD lines at some point during the 2015-16 season and worked alongside Dominic Toninato and Alex Iafallo on the No. 1 unit both nights of the Northern Michigan road series (Jan. 29-30, 2016) ... picked up his first collegiate game wining tally on the back end of that set with the Wildcats (a 3-1 triumph) ... his first goal as a Bulldog came on the power play in UMD’s 7-0 route of visiting Western Michigan (Dec. 4, 2015) ... joined four other Bulldogs on the 2015-16 NCHC Scholar-Athlete Team for achieving a 3.50 or better cumulative grade point average. BEFORE UMD: Put the wraps on a productive three-year Alberta Junior Hockey League career with the Spruce Grove Saints in 2014-15 ... averaged just under a point a game during the 2014-15 regular season (16 goals and 27 assists in 43 outings) while captaining the Saints ... was the 2014-15 recipient of the Dan McNabb Memorial Trophy (Most Dedicated Player in the AJHL) ... also received the 2015 AJHL Playoff MVP Award after leading the Saints to their second league playoff title in as many years this past April ... topped the AJHL playoff scoring charts with 22 points in 18 outings and had a league-best 12 goals as well ... finished as the Saints’ top point producer in 2013-14 ... scored 21 times and assisted on 37 other regular season goals that year ... his 11 power play scores were also a Spruce Grove best ... is a 2012 graduate of Irma High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Minnesota (Oct. 17, 2015). First Goal - vs. Western Michigan (Dec. 4, 2015). First Assist - vs. St. Cloud State (Jan. 15, 2016). Most Goals, Game - 1 (Eight Times). Most Points, Game - 2 (Two Times). Most Shots, Game - 5 vs. Colorado College (Jan. 6,2017). Longest Scoring Streak - 3 Games (March 10-17, 2017). PERSONAL: Born Parker James Mackay in Irma, Alberta ... is the son of Trevor and Kristal Mackay ... has two brothers (Brayden and Zach) ... his cousin, Carson Soucy, was a four-year defenseman with the Bulldogs and served as their assistant team captain as a senior in 2016-17 ... is majoring in finance at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON MACKAY

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2015-16 29 4 2 6 3-6 1 0 1 +3 2016-17 32 8 4 12 2-4 1 0 2 +5 Total 61 12 6 18 5-10 2 0 3 +8


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Nick McCormack

AS A BULLDOG: Has found playing time somewhat scarce the past three winters on the talent-laden Bulldog blue line, but has his senior year sights set on changing that ... made four appearances during the course of 2016-17, with each of those coming in the first six weeks of the season ... mustered one point (an assist in a 6-0 opening night takedown of Michigan Tech) on the year ... was sidelined for 10 outings with a lower body injury as a junior ... skated in eight games the previous season and went pointless ... manned the point in both ends of UMD’s NCHC series at Omaha (Nov. 13-14, 2015) ... hit the ice for the last time that winter on Feb. 9, 2016 against Bemidji State ... proved to be a promising addition to the 2014-15 UMD rearguard corps despite missing a sizable portion of his debut season battling the ailment bug ... took part in 12 games and had five points (all assists) to show for it ... four of those assists came in four consecutive appearances starting with a home triumph over NCHC rival Denver on Oct. 25, 2014 ... was a +8 on the year and didn’t finish one of his 12 outings in the red ... was shelved for exactly a quarter of UMD’s 2014-15 schedule while nursing an upper body injury (the November series with St. Cloud State, Minnesota and Omaha) as well as an illness (the North Star College Cup and Denver in late January) ... skated at left wing on the fourth line for four engagements three years ago after injuries had depleted UMD’s forward corps. BEFORE UMD: Deftly patrolled the blue line for the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Brooks Bandits for one season before joining forces with the Bulldogs ... concluded 2013-14 ranking second among Bandit defensemen in scoring with 39 points on 12 goals and 27 assists in 57 regular season outings ... added another four points (one goal and three assists) during Brooks’ nine-game AJHL playoff run ... spent the 2012-13 season in nearby Cloquet, Minn., strutting his stuff for the Minnesota Wilderness and their then-head coach Rod Aldoff, a former UMD blueliner ... generated 14 goals and 26 assist in 47 regular season games that winter while helping lead that club to a 47-3-2 record, the Superior International Junior Hockey League title, and a semifinal round appearance in the 2013 RBC Cup (where the Wilderness fell 5-4 in overtime to the Brooks Bandits) ... is a 2012 graduate of Elk River High School ... was a three-year fixture in the Elks lineup ... twice received All-Northwest Suburban Conference recognition (2010-11 and 2012-13) ... served as a team captain during his senior season ... also started a pair of seasons in lacrosse (attacker) at Elk River High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - at Notre Dame (Oct. 12, 2014). First Assist - vs. Denver (Oct. 25, 2014). Most Points, Game - 1 (6 Times). Most Shots, Game - 2 at North Dakota (Jan. 10, 2015). Longest Scoring Streak - 4 Games (Oct. 25 - Dec. 12, 2014). PERSONAL: Born Nicholas Joseph McCormack in Fridley, Minn ... is the son of Troy and Sandi McCormack ... is one of three boys in the McCormack clan (older brother Jeff and younger brother Matt) ... is majoring in communication at UMD.

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Defense • 5-11 • 190 • Senior • Ramsey, Minn.

THE NUMBERS ON MCCORMACK

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2014-15 12 0 5 5 2-4 0 0 0 +8 2015-16 8 0 0 0 1-2 0 0 0 -1 2016-17 4 0 1 1 2-4 0 0 0 +3 Totals 24 0 6 6 5-10 0 0 0 +10

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Jade Miller

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Forward • 5-10 • 185 • Sophomore • Minto, N.D.

AS A BULLDOG: Wasted little time in making himself feel right at home in a Bulldog uniform one year ago ... scored a goal (which turned out to be his only tally of the year) on opening night against Michigan Tech ... suited up in the first nine games of the season, but was juggled in an out of the Bulldog lineup (as a fourth line left winger) the rest of the way ... skated in 22 games when all was said and done while going a +2. BEFORE UMD: His pre-UMD preparation included a successful two-year North American Hockey League run with the Austin Bruins … tied for the 2015-16 NAHL regular season lead in goals with 29 (which was one shy of the Austin single-season record) … his 51 regular season points took a backseat to just one of his teammates … a league-leading 11 of his goals were game winners last winter … captained Austin during his farewell NAHL go-around and was the lone Bruin to take a shift in all 60 regular season games … was selected to the 2015-16 Central Division Top Prospects Team … was credited with 19 points (eight goals and 11 assists) in 47 regular season appearances as a Bruin rookie ... Is a 2014 graduate of Minto High School ... enjoyed a prosperous four-year prep puck career with the Grafton-Park River Spoilers (Minto High School did not sponsor a boy’s hockey team) ... was a North Dakota Mr. Hockey finalist as a senior ... attained AllState and All-East Region honors during each of his final three winters ... paced the Spoilers in points in both 2012-13 and 2013-14 ... took part in two North Dakota High School Tournament title games (2012 and 2014) ... also lettered twice in baseball (shortstop and second base) and twice in golf at Minto High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). First Goal - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). Most Goals, Game - 1 vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). Most Points, Game - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). Most Shots, Game - 2 (Three Times). PERSONAL: Born John Donald Miller III in Minto, N.D. ... is the son of John and Dawn Miller ... has five siblings, all brothers -- Josef, Zach (a former North Dakota Mr. Hockey finalist), Christian, Isaac and Blaise ... is majoring in business at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON MILLER

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2016-17 22 1 0 1 2-4 0 0 0 +2 Totals 22 1 0 1 2-4 0 0 0 +2

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Avery Peterson

Forward • 6-3 • 210 • Senior • Grand Rapids, Minn.

THE 2017-18 BULLDGOS

AS A BULLDOG: His insertion into the Bulldog lineup midway through the 2016-17 season and UMD’s torrid second-half tear was hardly a coincidence ... became eligible to play (as a NCAA I transfer) at the conclusion of Fall Semester and made his UMD debut on Dec. 17 at Bemidji State ... proceeded to amass seven goals -- including four game winners -- and eight assists and was a +10 from that point on while the Bulldogs lost just four times in 25 games, going a sizzling 17-4-4 ... shared the 2016-17 Bulldog lead (with then-senior winger Kyle Osterberg) in shot percentage with a .156 mark ... also assembled the sixth best points per game average (.60) on the club ... centered a dynamic line that included wingers Karson Kuhlman and Riley Tufte ... saw ample time on the power play unit, collecting four points (one goal and three assists) with the man advantage ... assisted on UMD’s final goal of the season at the NCAA Frozen Four in Chicago ... was a 2016-17 NCHC All-Academic Team qualifier. BEFORE UMD: Enrolled at UMD for the 2016 Spring Semester after spending the prior one and half seasons at the University of Nebraska Omaha ... practiced with the Bulldogs during the second half of the season ... had one assist (in his final appearance ever with Omaha on Dec. 5 at St. Cloud State ) while putting 20 shots on target in 14 games with the 2015-16 Mavericks -- a NCHC rival of UMD’s ... registered 21 points (11 goals and 10 assists) during a stellar rookie season and skated a regular shift on a Maverick club that advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four for the first time ever ... was chosen the NCHC Rookie of the Month for January 2015 and later secured a spot on the NCHC All-Academic Team ... received the Minnesota Mr. Hockey Award in 2013-14 after topping Grand Rapids High School in scoring with 37 goals and 30 assists in just 27 outings ... exited the Thunderhawk program as its all-time leading point producer (203) ... also did time (35 games worth) with the United States Hockey League’s Sioux City Musketeers for parts of the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons (The 2012-13 Musketeers were coached by current UMD assistant Brett Larson) ... lettered three times in baseball (first baseman/pitcher) at Grand Rapids High School ... was selected in the sixth round (167th pick overall) by the Minnesota Wild in the 2013 National Hockey League Draft ... is the 19th Grand Rapids native to enlist his services with the UMD hockey program -only the city of Duluth (with 145) has produced more all-time Bulldogs -- and the first since right winger Michael Miskovich (1999-02) to do so. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - at Bemidji State (Dec. 17, 2016). First Goal - at Colorado College (Jan. 6, 2017). First Assist - at St. Cloud State (Jan. 14, 2017). Most Goals, Game - 1 (Seven Times). Most Points, Game - 2 (Four Times). Most Shots, Game - 4 (Four Times). Longest Scoring Streak - 3 Games (March 3-10, 2017).PERSONAL: Born Thomas Avery Peterson in Grand Rapids, Minn. ... is the son of Tom and Linda Peterson ... has one older brother (Evan) and one younger sister (Annika) ... is majoring in criminology at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON PETERSON

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2016-17 25 7 8 15 8-27 1 0 0 +10 Totals 25 7 8 15 8-27 1 0 0 +10

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Hunter Shepard

THE 2017-18 BULLDGOS

Goalie • 6-0 • 210 • Sophomore • Cohasset, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Earned his freshman year keep by serving in a backup role with the Bulldog puckstopping corps ... appeared in two games, including the Oct. 15 home clash with Notre Dame ... made his first -- and only -- collegiate start that evening and turned aside 35 of 38 shots in a 3-1 setback to the Irish ... those 35 saves were the most racked up by a goalie in his UMD debut since Oct. 26, 1991 (Jerome Butler also made 35 stops against visiting Northern Michigan) ... relieved starter and fellow rookie Hunter Miska early in the second period on March 3 at Western Michigan and gave up one goal on the 13 shots the Broncos sent his way ... dressed for the final 12 games of the year, including the four NCAA playoff bouts. BEFORE UMD: Reigned as the 2015-16 North American Hockey League Goaltender of the Year ... closed out his second winter in Bismarck, N.D, by pacing the NAHL in wins (going 34-11-3 overall), shut outs (eight), minutes (2,932:11) and appearances (50) while ranking second in goals against average (1.90) and fourth in saves percentage (.926) ... his victory and shutout totals were both franchise records … backstopped the Bobcats to the 2015-16 Central Division regular season and playoff titles as well as a berth in the NAHL Robertson Cup semifinals … landed a spot on the 2015-16 All-NAHL Team … was selected to Team Central at the 2016 Top Prospects Tournament and also secured the NAHL Goaltender of the Month award for January 2016 … saw crease time in 31 games as a Bobcat rookie in 2014-15 and had a 14-14-1 record, a 3.28 goals against average and an .878 saves percentage to show for it … put the wraps on a prosperous three-year prep career the previous season at Grand Rapids High School by laying claim to the Frank Brimsek Award as the top senior netminder in Minnesota … compiled a 2.64 goals against mark and a .918 saves percentage for the Thunderhawks that year while serving a team captaincy role ... also started four years on the baseball diamond as a prep (infielder and pitcher). BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. NotreDame (Oct. 15, 2016). First Game - vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 15, 2016). Most Saves, Game - 35 - vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 15, 2016). Most Goals Allowed, Games - 3 vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 15, 2016). PERSONAL: Born Hunter Markus Shepard in Grand Rapids, Minn. ... is the son of Mark and Terri Shepard ... has three younger siblings -- Tanner and twins Madison and Taylor ... is majoring in business at UMD.

THE NUMBERS ON SHEPARD

Year GP-GS MIN W-L-T GA AVG SVS SVS% SO 2016-17 2-1 92:53 0-2-0 4 2.58 47 .922 0 Totals 2-1 92:53 0-2-0 4 2.58 47 .922 0

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Sammy Spurrel

Forward • 5-11 • 190 • Senior • Sherwood, Alberta

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

AS A BULLDOG: Ranks first in seniority over all 201718 Bulldogs both in age (he turns 25 in early October) and years of service (this is his fifth season in the UMD program) ... bounced back nicely from a pair of injuryriddled -- and hard luck -- seasons last winter ... made 29 appearances (matching a career best), the majority of which while operating out of the fourth line center position ... registered all of his junior-year points (two goals and two assists) on the road in addition to going a +3 ... has made the NCHC All-Academic Team in each of the last three seasons ... skated in 14 games the previous winter and mustered one point (an assist versus visiting Colorado College on Feb. 6, 2016) while battling injuries and intense competition for playing time ... was granted an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA as a medical redshirt after seeing his second year with the Bulldogs come to a premature halt due to a season-ending injury ... took part in five of UMD’s first eight games that winter before injuring his back in a Nov. 6, 2014 practice ... his last outing of 2014-15 came against Miami University five days earlier at AMSOIL Arena ... closed the books on 2014-15 with one goal (on the power play) and one assist while going a -1 ... took shifts -- mainly as a right winger on UMD’s No. 4 line -- in 29 games four winters ago ... came away with four points on three goals and one assist ... posted the team’s second best shooting percentage (.176) in 2013-14 ... two of his three scores that year turned out to be game winners in a pair of November road triumphs (at Ohio State and North Dakota). BEFORE UMD: Set up shop for three winters in Spruce Grove, Alberta, prior to coming to the Twin Ports and generated plenty of offensive fireworks in the process ... his 1.12 points per game average (28 points in 25 outings) during an injury-plagued (shoulder) 2012-13 regular season topped all Spruce Grove Saints and was the eighth best figure in the Alberta Junior Hockey League ... pumped in the second-most goals (21) of any Saint despite only suiting up in 40 of the team’s 75 games … shared the Saint lead in playoff scoring with 13 points ... also paced Spruce Grove in overall game-winning goals (four) and was third in power-play tallies (eight) … took part in all 60 Saint regular season games and 10 playoff assignments in 2011-12 and had 47 points to show for it ... resided atop the AJHL rookie scoring charts in 2010-11 ... finished with 15 goals and 50 points in 70 overall games that year en route to being selected as a finalist for the Dick White Trophy, which is given to the AJHL’s top newcomer. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 12, 2013). First Goal - at Ohio State (Nov. 1, 2013). First Assist - at Minnesota (Nov. 22, 2013). Most Goals, Game - 1 (Six Times). Most Points, Game - 2 vs. Denver (Oct. 25, 2014). Most Shots, Game - 3 at North Dakota (Jan. 20, 2017) and vs. Denver (Oct. 25, 2014). Longest Scoring Streak - 2 Games (Dec. 9-10, 2016) and Nov. 16-Nov. 22, 2013). PERSONAL: Born Sebastian James Spurrell in Edmonton, Alberta ... is the son of Greg and Lorraine Spurrell ... has one older sister (Kayla) ... is a 2010 graduate of Salisbury Composite High School (Sherwood Park, Alberta) ... is majoring in accounting/finance at UMD.

Year 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Totals

THE NUMBERS ON SPURELL

GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/29 3 1 4 5-10 0 0 2 -4 5 1 1 2 2-15 1 0 0 -1 14 0 1 1 4-19 0 0 0 -2 29 2 2 4 8-27 0 0 0 +3 77 6 5 11 19-71 1 0 2 -4

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Forward • 6-2 • 200 • Senior • Hermantown, Minn.

AS A BULLDOG: Is intent on making his farewell season at UMD his best yet ... was one of of eight 2016-17 Bulldogs to take part in all 42 games and had three goals and eight assists (for the third straight year) to show for it ... struck once on the power play last winter and set career best for shots (62) and blocks (20) as well ... put the clamps on a 69-game goal-less skid (which stretched back to October 2015) on March 4, 2017 and then proceeded to score twice more in the next three outings (the NCHC quarterfinal round playoff finale with Miami and the NCHC Frozen Faceoff semifinal triumph over Western Michigan six days later) ... owned UMD’s best faceoff percentage (.526) as a junior ... received his third NCHC All-Academic Team citation in 2016-17 ... put up 10 points in 39 appearances as a sophomore ... potted his two goals that winter in back-to-back clashes with Minnesota on Oct. 16-17, 2015 ... attended the 2016 Chicago Blackhawk Prospect Camp over the summer ... prospered in his new hockey surroundings three seasons ago while centering -- at one time or another -- the Bulldogs’ fourth, third and No. 1 lines .... his rookie year offensive harvest consisted of five goals and eight assists ... also generated a plus-minus rating of +6 ... competed in 39 of UMD’s 40 outings that season (was a healthy scratch for the Ice Breaker Tournament’s third place game against Notre Dame on the opening weekend of the year) ... buried a pair of goals in the Bulldogs’ 6-2 triumph at Minnesota State-Mankato on Oct. 28, 2015 -- his lone multi-point effort to date ... landed the NCHC’s Rookie of the Week Award after scoring twice (including one game winner) and assisting on another goal in UMD’s two-game sweep of Northern Michigan on Feb. 6-7, 2015 at AMSOIL Arena ... won more faceoffs (175) than all but one NCHC freshman (Omaha’s Tyler Vesel). BEFORE UMD: Reigned as Sioux City’s regular season scoring champion in 2013-14 ... produced 60 points -- to place 11th among all United States Hockey League combatants -- on 19 goals and 41 assists in 58 outings with nearly a third of that harvest coming on the power play (three goals and a Musketeer-best 16 assists) ... was a 2013-14 midseason USHL All-Star (Western Conference second team) ... made quite a splash as a USHL rookie, producing 18 goals and 23 assists for 41 points (second among all full-time Musketeers) ... a team-high 11 of his 18 goals were registered while Sioux City had the man advantage ... played under head coach Brett Larson, now a UMD assistant, during his maiden USHL season ... starred at Hermantown High School for three seasons before moving on to the USHL ... helped lead the Hawks to three runner-up finishes at the Minnesota State High School Class A Tournament ... was an Associated Press All-State first team selection and a Mr. Minnesota Hockey finalist as a senior in 2011-12 ... twice secured All-Lake Superior Conference acclaim (2011 and 2012) ... captained the Hawks to an undefeated regular season, a 30-1 overall record (which set a team mark for wins) and second place at the 2012 Minnesota State Class A Tournament ... also was a three-year standout on the prep baseball diamond (shortstop and pitcher) and participated in the 2012 Minnesota Lions All-Star Tournament. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Minnesota (Oct. 10, 2014). First Goal - at. Minnesota State-Mankato (Oct. 18, 2014). First Assist - vs. Denver (Oct. 25, 2014). Most Goals, Game - 2 vs. Minnesota State-Mankato (Oct. 18, 2014). Most Points, Game - 2 vs. Northern Michigan (Feb. 7, 2015) and Minnesota State-Mankato (Oct. 18, 2014). Most Shots, Game - 4 (Three Times). Longest Scoring Streak - 5 Games (Feb. 6-20, 2015). PERSONAL: Born Jared R. Thomas in Duluth ... his UMD athletic bloodlines run deep -- his father, Mike, was an All-American offensive lineman for the Bulldogs while his mother, Kelli (Ritzer), received All-Northern Sun Conference recognition in both basketball (four times) and softball (three) and is a member of the UMD Athletic Hall of Fame (Class of 2001) ... his younger sister, Jordyn, is a freshman on both the Bulldog volleyball and basketball teams this season ... his uncle, Corey Thomas, also played both baseball and football for the Bulldogs and his late grandfather, Ron Thomas, was a four-year UMD football letterman (1954-57) ... has two other younger siblings beside Jordyn (Jace and Justin) ... is majoring in organizational management at UMD.

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Jared Thomas

THE NUMBERS ON THOMAS

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2014-15 39 5 8 13 5-10 1 0 1 +6 2015-16 39 2 8 10 10-20 1 0 0 -7 2016-17 42 3 8 11 12-24 1 0 0 +2 Totals 120 10 24 34 27-54 3 0 1 +1


Forward • 6-6 • 220 • Sophomore • Ham Lake, Minn. AS A BULLDOG: Steadily gained steam throughout his inaugural collegiate season and by the tailend of the year had developed into one of the nation’s top go-to rookies ... was held without a point for his first 14 games in a UMD sweater before finding his scoring groove ... ranked sixth among Bulldogs in goals with nine (all but one of which came in even strength situations) and chipped in another seven assists for a 16-point season ... held the distinction of bagging UMD’s final goal of 2016-17 -- a second-period score against Denver in the NCAA Frozen Four championship bout ... was chosen the NCHC Offensive Player of the Week (one of three Bulldogs to attain that citation in 2016-17) after figuring in on four of UMD’s nine goals in its two-game sweep of North Dakota on Jan. 20-21, 2017 in Grand Forks, N.D. ... recorded his first career two-goal night in the series opener with the Fighting Hawks that weekend and scored once and assisted on another marker the following evening ... had the launch of his UMD career put on hold while nursing a upper body injury the first two weekends of the season ... also was injured for the backend of the Western Michigan road series in early March ... was invited for the second straight year to audition for a spot on the U.S. National Junior Team this past July-August. BEFORE UMD: Became the fourth UMD product ever to be taken in the first round of the NHL Draft in June 2016 when the Dallas Stars made him the 25th overall selection ... Larry Wright (8th in 1971), Matt Niskanen (28th in 2005) and Dylan Olsen (28th in 2009) are UMD’s other first-round draft picks ... attended the 2016 National Junior Evaluation Camp in Plymouth, Minn. later that summer ... Is the third Mr. Hockey Award (top Minnesota high school senior) winner to enlist his services with the Bulldogs, joining defenseman Kris Miller (1988) and current senior center Avery Peterson (2014) … paced all 2015-16 Minnesota Class AA pucksters in goals with 49 while his 78 points were good for a share of the state AA lead … nailed down a spot on the 2015-16 Associated Press All-State First Team in addition to be honored as the Minneapolis Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year … was a three-time All-Northwest Suburban Conference wing as well …. served as a team captain in each of his final two years at Blaine High School … sandwiched his senior prep season between two somewhat short 2015-16 stints with the United States Hockey League’s Fargo Force … generated 14 points in 27 outings as a member for the Force last season … a team-leading six of his 10 goals came while Fargo was on the power play.... capped off a stellar 2014-15 season by securing Minneapolis Star Tribune All-State (second team) and St. Paul Pioneer Press All-Metro East honors ... his junior year scoring output included 51 points (23 goals and 28 assists) in 24 games... suited up for the U.S. select team at the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge and at the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup in Breclav, Czech Republic and Piestany, Slovakia, where he played under head coach Derek Plante, (a former UMD assistant and 1992-93 All-American center) ... was the No. 1 overall pick (by Fargo) in the 2014 USHL draft ... skated in the 2015 CCM All-American Prospects Game for Team Roenick and played against another member of the 2016-17 UMD recruiting class, Joey Anderson. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Notre Dame (Oct. 14, 2016). First Goal - vs. St. Cloud State (Jan. 13, 2017). First Assist - vs. Colorado College (Jan. 6, 2017). Most Goals, Game - 2 vs. Miami (March 10, 2017) and at North Dakota (Jan. 20, 2017). Most Points, Game - 2 (Four Times). Most Shots, Game - 5 vs. Miami (March 10, 2017) and at North Dakota (Jan. 20, 2017). Longest Scoring Streak - 3 Games (March 18-25, 2017 and Jan. 20-27, 2017). PERSONAL: Born Riley Jack Tufte in Coon Rapids, Minn. ... is the son of Jamie (a member of the UMD football program in 1985) and Amy Tufte ... has three siblings (Gavin, who closed out his collegiate puck career at Gustavus Adolphus College in 2015-16, Tanner and Tessa) ... two of his uncles -- Ross and Todd Dahl -- both played hockey at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, while another uncle, Craig Dahl, was the head men’s hockey coach at St. Cloud State for 18 seasons before stepping down in 2005 ... is majoring in business at UMD.

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Riley Tufte

THE NUMBERS ON TUFTE

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2016-17 37 9 7 16 13-26 1 0 0 +15 Totals 37 9 7 16 13-26 1 0 0 +15

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Nick Wolff

AS A BULLDOG: Is the lone full-timer the Bulldogs return from last year’s defensive corps ... was bestowed with the Mike Sertich Award (UMD’s Most Improved Player) after closing out his inaugural collegiate season with 12 points on two goals and 10 assists ... skated in 37 of the the club’s 42 games (three of those missed appearances were the result of a lower body injury), partnering primarily with then-senior Dan Molenaar ... saw his stock soar with some spirited play down the stretch -- scored twice and added six assists in final 12 outings for the year ... posted the seventh-best plus-minus figure (+14) of any rookie blueliner in the country ... turned in his most productive offensive night to date with a three-point (one goal and two assist) performance in a 5-3 NCHC playoff series-sealing victory over Miami at AMSOIL Arena on March 11 ... also put six shots on target that evening ... was one of five Bulldogs to mark in the points column in both NCAA West Regional clashes last March ... was a 2016-17 UMD single-game high +4 against Miami on March 11 ... participated in the Calgary Flames Development Camp this past July. BEFORE UMD: Spent two winters with United States Hockey League’s Des Moines franchise before launching his NCAA I career ... placed second among 2015-16 Buccaneer defensemen in regular season scoring with 13 points, tallying once and assisting on a dozen other goals in 57 games ... also racked up a team-leading 164 penalty minutes during the regular season ... totaled one goal and nine assists while taking part in 50 regular season bouts the previous year ... Is a 2014 graduate of Eagan High School ... captained hte Wildcats to a third-place finish at the 2014 Minnesota State High School Class AA Tournament and was chosen to that event’s All-Tournament Team ... paced the team in plus-minus rating that season ... lettered four years in hockey, three times in football (strong safety) and once in golf at Eagan High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 2, 2016). First Goal - vs. Miami (March 11, 2017). vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 2, 2016). Most Goals, Game - 1 vs. Miami (March 11, 2017) and vs. Ohio State (March 24, 2017). Most Points, Game - 3 vs. Miami (March 11, 2017). Most Shots, Game - 6 vs. Miami (March 11, 2017). Longest Scoring Streak - 2 Games (March 24-25, 2017 and March 10-11, 2017). PERSONAL: Born Nickolas Lloyd Wolff in St. Paul, Minn. ... is the son of Ron and Cyndi Wolff, both UMD alumni ... has one older brother (Joe, who attended UMD) and sister (Ali) ... is majoring in business at UMD.

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Defense • 6-4 • 210 • Sophomore • Eagan, Minn.

Year 2016-17 Totals

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THE NUMBERS ON WOLFF

GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/37 2 10 12 15-30 0 0 0 +14 37 2 10 12 15-30 0 0 0 +14


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Blake Young

AS A BULLDOG: Became much more of a factor in 2016-17, thanks in part to a hefty increase in his workload from the previous year ... his junior year statistical summary included two goals and one assist in 25 appearances -- all primarily as a left winger on the fourth line ... all three of those points in 2016-17 contributed to Bulldog wins ... had gone without a goal for two entire seasons before breaking the ice 15:09 into the first period in UMD’s 6-0 season-opening thrashing of visiting Michigan Tech on Oct. 1, 2016 ... did not sit out a game from Feb. 4 on as a junior ... dutifully bided his time as a reserve winger with the 2015-16 Bulldogs, receiving ice time in 12 overall games ... posted his first point in a UMD uniform on Jan. 19, 2016 when he assisted on a Dominic Toninato goal in a 5-2 triumph at Miami ... skated as Toninato’s left winger (along with right winger Alex Iafallo) on UMD’s No. 1 line during a six-game stretch right after the New Year that season ... equaled a 2015-16 UMD singlegame best by blocking five shots against visiting St. Cloud State on Jan. 16, 2016 ... was shelved for a pair of outings with an illness during his sophomore season ... debuted with the Bulldogs and was beset by a late-season lower body injury which sidelined him for eight games (Feb. 20 through the NCHC playoff quarterfinals) ... made 19 appearances as a rookie and was blanked in the points column ... put 10 shots on goal that winter while rotating between the right and left wing positions on UMD’s No. 4 line. BEFORE UMD: Shined brightly for a pair of seasons (2012-13 and 2013-14) with the Battlefords North Stars ... his 43 regular season points in 2013-14 were unsurpassed by any other member of that Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League franchise ... played an integral part in Battlefords’ conquest of the 2014 SJHL Kramer Division crown ... was the recipient of the North Stars Fan’s Choice Award for a second straight year in 2013-14 ... took part in the SJHL Showcase event last fall ... put up eight goals and 12 assists in 52 games during his first SJHL go-around in 2012-13 ... ... captained the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League’s Battlefords Stars in 2011-12 and topped the team in scoring while being voted the club’s Most Valuable Player ... is a 2013 graduate of John Paul Collegiate High School. BULLDOG MILESTONES: First Game - vs. Denver (Oct. 25, 2014). First Goal - vs. Michigan Tech (Oct. 1, 2016). First Assist - at Miami (Jan. 9, 2016). Most Points, Game 1 (Four Times). Most Shots, Game - 4 at Miami (Oct. 30, 2015). PERSONAL: Born Blake Robert Young in North Battleford, Saskatchewan ... is the son of Robert and Dale Young ... has one younger brother (Jared) ... is majoring in French studies at UMD.

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THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

Forward • 6-3 • 215 • Senior • Battleford, Saskatchewan

THE NUMBERS ON YOUNG

Year GP G A TP P-PM PP SH GW +/2014-15 19 0 0 0 2-4 0 0 0 -1 2015-16 12 0 1 1 4-11 0 0 0 0 2016-17 25 2 1 3 5-10 0 0 0 -2 Total 56 2 2 4 11-25 0 0 0 -3

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8 Koby Bender

21 Matt Anderson

3 Mikey Anderson

Defense 5-11 • 205 • Freshman Shakopee, Minn.

Defense 6-0 • 200 • Freshman Roseville, Minn.

Forward 6-1 • 200 • Freshman Cloquet, Minn.

Goalie 5-10 • 175 • Freshman Brampton, Ontario

BEFORE UMD: Enjoyed a long and prosperous puck career at Holy Family Catholic High School .... joined forces with the Fire varsity as an eighth grader ... was a two-time Associated Press All-State honoree (second team in 2016-17 and third team one year earlier) and a Top Ten Finalist for the 2016-17 Minnesota Mr. Hockey Award ... also earned Minneapolis Star-Tribune All-Metro acclaim on two occasions (2016-17 and 2015-16) ... paced all Fire defensemen in scoring in each of his final three prep seasons, including a 39-point (10 goals and 29 assists) junior year ... captained Holy Family Catholic High School to its first-ever section title game as a senior ... worked on the back end with the United States Hockey League’s Green Bay Gamblers for 16 games in 2016-17. PERSONAL: Born Matt Adrian Anderson in Shakopee, Minn. ... is the son of Craig and Tammy Anderson ... has one older sister (Hannah) ... is majoring in business at UMD.

BEFORE UMD: Received a boatload of respect and praise as a minutesmunching defenseman with the Waterloo Blackhawks ... closed out his second year with that United State Hockey League franchise by registering the fifth highest regular season scoring total (34 points on five goals and 29 assists) of any league blueliner en route to landing a spot on the All-USHL second team ... added three points, including a pair of goals, during a nine-game run in the 201617 USHL playoffs ... collared USHL All-Rookie second team honors in 2015-16 ... appeared in 57 regular season outings that winter and had 16 points (one goal and 15 assists) to show for it ... has collected one goal and seven assists in 13 games thus far in 2016-17 ... was a Black Hawk teammate of fellow 2017-18 UMD newcomer Nick Swaney ... skated for the silver medal-winning U.S. entry at the 2016 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament as well as the U.S. Junior Select Team that won the 2016 World Junior A Challenge in Bonneville, Alberta ... also took part in the 2016 CCM/USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game in Philadelphia, Pa., an event which featured 42 of the top American prospects eligible for the 2017 National Hockey League  Draft ... took shifts for two years at Hill-Murray High School before departing for the USHL following his sophomore year ... twice landed All-Classic Suburban Conference recognition (first team in 2014-15 and honorable mention the previous season) ... is a 2017 graduate of Waterloo West High School ...  was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the fourth round (103rd pick overall) in the 2017 NHL Draft. PERSONAL:  Born Michael Lyle Anderson in Fridley, Minn. ... is the son of Gerry and Dana Anderson ... follows in the UMD hockey footsteps of his grandfather, Tom Anderson (a forward in the early 1950s), and his older brother, Joey (a sophomore right winger with the 2017-18 Bulldogs) ... his dad, Gerry Anderson (a Duluth Denfeld High School alumnus), played hockey at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth and his other sibling (older sister Sami) is a senior defender with the 2017-18 CSS Saints ... his mother, Dana (Sibell) Anderson, is a former professional racquetball player (1986-96) and was the 1990 U.S. Racquetball Association national under-24 women’s singles champion  ... is majoring in business at UMD.

BEFORE UMD: Engaged in one season of United States Hockey League warfare before enrolling at UMD ... averaged a point a game for the the 2016-17 Muskegon Lumberjacks (which set club records for wins and league points), posting six goals and 16 assists for 22 points while going a +8 in 55 regular season outings ... added a pair of assists during Muskegon’s four-game USHL playoff run ... bypassed his senior year at Cloquet High School in 2015-16 to compete for his hometown Minnesota Wilderness ... his stat line with that North American Hockey League franchise consisted of 18 goals and 36 assists in 66 overall outings ... closed out that season with a two-game USHL stint as a member of the Chicago Steel ... skated for three years with the Cloquet High School hockey varsity (where he was a teammate of current Bulldog team captain Karson Kuhlman for one season)  ... led the Lumberjacks in scoring as a junior in 2014-15 en route to attaining All-Lake Superior Conference honors ... also played one season of prep baseball (shortstop and pitcher) ... is a 2016 graduate of Cloquet High School. PERSONAL: Born Koby Keith Bender in Cloquet, Minn. ... is the son of Tony Bender and Brenda Gigliotti ... has two younger siblings (Kade and Kiana) ... is majoring in business at UMD.

BEFORE UMD: Sandwiched a pair of seasons (2016-17 and 2014-15) with the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Notre Dame Hounds around a one-year stint tending goal for the Woodstock Slammers of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League ... underwent shoulder surgery in the July 2016 which shelved him for nine months ... returned to the ice the following February ... posted a 9-5-0 record, a 2.39 goals against average and a .925 saves percentage in 18 regular season appearances with the 2016-17 Hounds ... was Notre Dame’s go-to guy in the 2017 SJHL playoffs, starting all nine games, as well as the team’s Most Valuable Player ... paced the MJAHL in both regular season goals against average  (2.15) and saves percentage (.930) ... is a 2014 graduate of the Premier Elite Athletes’ Collegiate school. PERSONAL: Born Benjamin Scott Patt in Brampton, Ontario ... is the son of Gerald and Sharon Patt ... has one older sister (Stephanie) ... is an undeclared major at UMD.

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AS A BULLDOG: Counts himself among the half dozen 2017-18 Bulldog rookies who were full-time combatants in the United States Hockey League last winter ... generated more points (six goals and 15 assists) than all but two Cedar Rapids skaters during his solo go-around with the RoughRiders ... 10 of his 21 points came on the power play ... took shift in 56 regular games ... starred for four seasons at Hibbing High School (the alma mater of UMD head coach Scott Sandelin) ... rolled up a Minnesota high school-leading 62 assists to go with 15 goals as a junior, his final year with the Bluejackets ... was selected the 2016-17 All-Iron Range Player of the Year by the Mesabi Daily News, Hibbing Daily Tribune and the Grand Rapids Herald-Review ... nailed down All-Iron Range Conference and Duluth News-Tribune All-Area status for the second year in a row in 2015-16 ...  competed for the U.S. Under-18 Select Team at the 2015 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup in the Czech Republic and Slovakia ... filled in with the U.S. National Under-18 Team for two games in January 2016 which included a 4-3 overtime loss to UMD at AMSOIL Arena ... is a 2017 graduate of Hibbing High School. PERSONAL: Born Scott Douglas Perunovich in Hibbing, Minn. ... is the son of Jim and Susan Perunovich ... has two older siblings (Jeff and Lisa) ... his uncle, Doug Torrel, was a four-year UMD hockey letterman (right winger) who captained the Bulldogs as a senior in 1991-92 ... is majoring in communication. 

19 Justin Richards

6 Louie Roehl

10 Kobe Roth

Forward 5-10 • 195 • Freshman Columbus, Ohio

Defense 5-10 • 180 • Freshman Eden Prarie, Minn.

Forward 5-8 • 175 • Freshman Warroad, Minn.

BEFORE UMD: Spent last season sharpening his skills as a member of the United States Hockey League’s Lincoln Stars ... generated 30 points on 10 goals (including four with the man advantage) and 20 assists in 59 regular season games while going a +2 in his lone season in Lincoln, Neb. ...skated for the Ohio Bluejackets U18 (201516) and U16 clubs (2013-14 and 2014-15) the previous three years ... is a 2016 graduate of Upper Arlington (Ohio) High School. PERSONAL: Born Justin Todd Richards in Orlando, Fla. ... is the son of Todd and Maryann Richards ... has one older brother (Zac) ... his father, Todd, is a former University of Minnesota (1985-89) and National Hockey League defenseman (Hartford Whalers, 1990-92) who served as head coach with both the NHL’s Minnesota Wild (200911) and Columbus Blue Jackets (2011-16) and is currently a Tampa Bay Lightning assistant coach ... holds the distinction of being the first Ohio native to ever enlist his services with the UMD program ... is an undeclared major at UMD.

BEFORE UMD: Topped off his pre-UMD training manning the point for the North American Hockey League’s Minnesota Wilderness for one season ... racked up six goals and 35 assists for 41 points -- the most ever by a rookie defenseman in franchise history -- in 67 overall games (including 57 outings during the regular season) last winter en route to landing NAHL All-Rookie second team honors ... was a member of the NAHL All-Central Division Rookie Team ... skated in the 2017 NAHL Top Prospects Tournament for the NAHA Selects ... his 2016-17 resume also included a three-outing trial with the United States Hockey League’s Waterloo Black Hawks ... joined the Wilderness fresh off a rewarding career at Eden Prairie High School ... received AllLake Conference honorable mention acclaim in 2015-16 ... played two years with an Eagles team that qualified for back-toto back Minnesota State High School Class AA Tournament appearances (placing fourth in 2015 and taking runnerup honors following winter). PERSONAL: Born Louis Tyson Roehl in Edina, Minn. ... is the son of Dale and Julia Roehl ... his father was three-sport star at Minnetonka High School who went on to become a All-Northern Intercollegiate Conference strong safety at UMD (1990) and, as a goaltender, was the 12th round pick of the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1987 National Hockey League draft ... has one older sibling (sister Tess) ... is undeclared on a major at UMD.

BEFORE UMD: Arrived at UMD fresh off a full, one-season stay in Des Moines, Iowa, strutting his stuff with the United States Hockey League’s Buccaneers ... put the wraps on the 2016-17 regular season ranking fourth on the Des Moines scoring charts with 31 points on 12 goals (including four power play tallies) and 19 assists ... split time the previous winter between the North American Hockey League’s Minnesota Wilderness (seven goals and 20 points in 35 outings) and Des Moines (three points -- all goals -- in 17 outings) ... was a three-year hockey standout at Warroad High School ... sat out a good chuck of his senior season in 2014-15 nursing ankle and hip injuries after pacing all Minnesota high schoolers both in goals (40) and points (85) one year earlier ... captained the 2014-15 Warriors while playing under head coach Jay Hardwick, a former UMD defenseman. PERSONAL: Born Kobe Christopher Roth in Mason City, Iowa ... is the son of Kelly Roth and Michelle Hahn ... has two older sisters (Lindzie Umbarger and Brenna Roth) ... is majoring in communiciation at UMD.

THE 2017-18 BULLDOG FRESHMEN

Defense 5-10 • 170 • Freshman Hibbing, Minn.

THE 2011-12 BULLDOGS

7 Scott Perunovich

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THE 2017-18 BULLDOG FRESHMEN/T

A BREAKDOWN OF THE 2017-18 BULLDOGS

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By Year Seniors - 6 Juniors - 3 Sophomores - 7 Freshmen - 10

4 Dylan Samberg

23 Nick Swaney

Defense 6-4 • 215 • Freshman Hermantown, Minn.

Forward 5-11 • 180 • Freshman Lakeville, Minn.

BEFORE UMD: Had few equals when it came to impact players in the Minnesota prep ranks ... was the 2016-17 recipient of the Reed Larson Award (Minnesota high school senior defenseman of the year) ... captained Hermantown High School to its second consecutive Minnesota Class A Tournament title last winter, amassing 11 goals -- including the game-winner in double overtime in the state championship bout against Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake -- and 34 points in the process ... was a finalist for the Minnesota Mr. Hockey Award as a senior in addition to securing Associated Press All-State (first team), All-Lake Superior Conference and Duluth News-Tribune AllArea honors ... went on to take shifts in 14 USHL regular season and playoff games last spring with the Waterloo Black Hawks and had five points and a plus-5 rating to show for it ... also was a four-year golf standout at Hermantown High School and in 2016 captured the Minnesota Section 7AA individual medalist ... became the top Minnesota high schooler chosen in the 2017 NHL Draft when Winnipeg selected him in the second round (43rd pick overall) ... counted himself among the four Bulldogs who took part in the World Junior Summer Showcase in Plymouth, Mich., this past summer with hopes of representing the U.S. at the 2018 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship. PERSONAL: Born Dylan Michael Samberg in Duluth, Minn. ... is the son of Mike and Patty Samberg ... has no siblings ... is majoring in business at UMD.

BEFORE UMD: Cranked out plenty of offensive horsepower during two United States Hockey League winters in Waterloo, Iowa ... tied for second place on the 2016-17 Black Hawk scoring charts with 51 points (26 goals and 25 assists) in 47 regular season outings ... joined fellow UMD freshman and Waterloo teammate Mikey Anderson on the 2016-17 All-USHL second team ... also had a USHL-leading eight game-winning goals to his 2016-17 credit ... twice received USHL Forward of the Week honors during his final year of juniors ... was chosen to the 2016 World JuniorAChallengeAll-Star Team after helping lead the U.S. Junior Selects to a gold medal at that event in Bonnyville, Alberta ... topped the Black Hawks in regular season goals (30) and points (50) as a USHL newcomer ... spent three rewarding years with the Lakeville South High School varsity (2012-15) ... captained the Cougars and paced them in scoring as a junior before leaving for the USHL the following season ... played for the U.S. and head coach Derek Plante (a Bulldog hockey All-American and former UMD assistant coach) at the 2014 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup ... was the seventh round selection (209th pick overall) of the Minnesota Wild in the 2017 NHL Draft. PERSONAL: Born Nick Matthew Swaney in Lakeville, Minn. ... is the son of Matt and Amy Swaney ... has one younger sister (Kaitlyn) ... is majoring in business at UMD.

By Position Forward - 15 Defense - 8 Goalie - 3

By Major Business- 10 By State/Province Communication - 4 Minnesota - 17 Finance - 2 Alberta - 2 Organizational Management - 2 Ontario - 2 Criminology - 2 Saskatchewan - 2 French Studies - 1 North Dakota - 1 Mechanical Engineering -1 Ohio - 1 Philosophy - 1 Wisconsin - 1 Undeclared - 3

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Krieger KREE-gur Kuhlman KOOL-man Mackay MAH-kie (as in “eye”) Roehl RAIL Spurell SPUR-ill Swaney SWAY-nee Tufte TUFF-tee


THE 2017-18 UMD BULLDOGS

THE 2017-18 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA DULUTH BULLDOGS. Front Row (Left to Right): Hunter Shepard, Blake Young, Nick McCormack, Sammy Spurrell, Karson Kuhlman, Parker Mackay, Jared Thomas, Avery Peterson, Peter Krieger, Nick Deery, Ben Patt. Middle Row: Louie Roehl, Hockey Sports Performance Director Dr. Susan Hoppe, Equipment Manager Chris Garner, Volunteer Assistant Coach Brant Nicklin, Assistant Coach Jason Herter, Head Coach Scott Sandelin, Assistant Coach Brett Larson, Director of Hockey Operations Christian Koelling, Manager Dale Haagenson, Resident Athletic Trainer Jordan Ellis, Strength and Conditioning Coach Anthony Morando, Billy Exell. Top Row: Nick Swaney, Justin Richards, Matt Anderson, Mikey Anderson, Koby Bender, Dylan Samberg, Riley Tufte, Nick Wolff, Will Campion, Jarod Hilderman, Joey Anderson, Jade Miller, Scott Perunovich, Kobe Roth.

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2016-17 UMD STATISTICS

(OVERALL RECORD: 28-7-7; NCHC RECORD: 15-5-4) Player-Position GP G A PTS SHOTS SHOT% +/- PEN-PM PP SH GW Alex Iafallo 42 21 30 51 161 .130 +22 11-22 5 2 6 Adam Johnson 42 18 19 37 133 .135 +5 9-18 7 0 5 Joey Anderson 39 12 25 37 103 .117 +11 4-8 3 0 2 Neal Pionk 42 7 27 34 81 .086 +24 11-25 4 0 0 Dominic Toninato 42 16 13 29 123 .130 +25 15-30 3 2 2 Kyle Osterberg 42 12 11 23 77 .156 +7 12-24 2 1 3 Karson Kuhlman 42 6 16 22 103 .058 +18 4-11 4 1 1 Willie Raskob 41 4 13 17 72 .056 +10 25-69 3 0 1 Riley Tufte 37 9 7 16 69 .130 +15 13-26 1 0 0 Avery Peterson 25 7 8 15 45 .156 +10 8-27 1 0 4 Carson Soucy 35 3 12 15 77 .039 +7 22-55 1 0 0 Brenden Kotyk 41 3 10 13 57 .053 +20 23-57 1 0 0 Parker Mackay 32 8 4 12 41 .195 +5 2-4 1 0 2 Nick Wolff 37 2 10 12 31 .065 +14 15-30 0 0 0 Jared Thomas 42 3 8 11 62 .048 +2 12-24 1 0 0 Dan Molenaar 41 1 8 9 28 .036 +13 9-18 0 0 0 Billy Exell 42 3 3 6 32 .094 -2 3-6 0 0 2 Sammy Spurell 29 2 2 4 18 .111 +3 8-27 0 0 0 Blake Young 25 2 1 3 17 .118 -2 5-10 0 0 0 Hunter Miska 39 0 2 2 0 .000 0 1-2 0 0 0 Jade Miller 22 1 0 1 8 .125 +2 2-4 0 0 0 Jarod Hilderman 11 0 1 1 1 .000 +3 2-4 0 0 0 Nick McCormack 4 0 1 1 1 .000 +3 2-4 0 0 0 Will Campion 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 1-2 0 0 0 Bench 3-6 UMD TOTALS 42 140 231 371 1340 .104 +215 222-513 37 6 28 OPPONENTS 42 95 175 270 1181 .080 -219 219-523 36 1 7 Goaltender Nick Deery Hunter Miska Hunter Shepard UMD TOTALS OPP TOTALS

GP GS 3 2 39 39 2 1 42 0 42 0

SCORING BY PERIOD: 1st UMD 39 OPP 33

W-L-T MIN 1-0-2 155:44 27-5-5 2320:04 0-2-0 92:53 28-7-7 2584:22 7-28-7 2584:22

2nd 46 37

GA 4 85 4 95 140

GAA 1.54 2.20 2.58 2.21 3.25

SVS SV% SO 57 .934 0 982 .920 5 47 .922 0 1086 .920 5 1200 .896 0

3rd OT TOT POWER PLAY EFFICIENCY 50 5 140 UMD 37 of 183 (.202) 25 0 95 OPP 36 of 190 (.189)

2016-17 UMD WIN-LOSS SUMMARY W L T Pct. Home Games 11 4 4 .684 Road Games 10 2 3 .767 Neutral Site Games 7 1 0 .875 NCHC Games 15 5 4 .708 NCHC Playoff Games 4 0 0 1.000 NCAA Tournament Game 3 1 0 .750 Non-Conference Games 6 1 3 .650 Exhibition Games 0 1 0 .000 3x3 NCHC Overtime Games 1 0 2 .333 NCHC Shootouts 2 0 0 1.000 Overtime Games 5 0 7 .708 One-Goal Games 14 5 0 .7375 Two-Goal Games 7 1 0 .875 Thursday Games 2 0 0 1.000 Friday Games 10 4 5 .658 Saturday Games 15 3 2 .800 Sunday Games 1 0 0 1.000 Scoring First Goal 16 2 4 .818 Leading After One Period 12 1 2 .867 Trailing After One Period 7 3 3 .654 Tied After One Period 9 3 2 .643 Leading After Two Periods 17 0 2 .947 Trailing After Two Periods 4 5 5 .464 Tied After Two Periods 7 2 0 .778 Outshooting Opponent 15 6 6 .667 Outshot by Opponent 13 1 1 .900 Same No. Shots as Opp. 0 0 0 .000 Scoring 3 or More Goals 17 1 1 .921 Scoring Less than 3 Goals 10 6 6 .591

2016-17 UMD INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

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Goals - 3 by Alex Iafallo vs. NoDak (Oct. 28) Assists -3 by Adam Johnson vs. WMU (March 17) 3 by Joey Anderson vs. NDame (Oct. 14) Points - 4 by Alex Iafallo vs. NoDak (Oct. 28) Point Scoring Streak -13 Games by Alex Iafallo (Feb. 4-present) Goal Scoring Streak -5 Games by Dominic Toninato (March 10-March 24) Shots On Goal - 9 by Alex Iafallo vs. NoDak (Oct. 28) Blocked Shots - 6 by Brenden Kotyk at NoDak (Jan. 20) & vs. WMU (Nov. 12) +/- Rating - +4 Nick Wolff vs. Miami (March 11) +4 by Karson Kuhlman at UNO (Nov. 18) +4 by Alex Iafallo vs. SCSU (Nov. 4) Penalties - 3 by Carson Soucy at BSU (Dec. 17) and vs. MTU (Oct. 1) 3 by Brenden Kotyk vs. SCSU (Jan. 14) 3 by Willie Raskob vs. CC (Jan. 7) Penalty Minutes - 17 by Brenden Kotyk vs. SCSU (Jan. 14) 17 by Willie Raskob vs. CC (Jan. 7) Power Play Goals - 1 by 14 Players Shorthanded Goals - 1 by Dominic Toninato at NoDak (Jan. 21) and at UNO (Nov. 19) 1 by Alex Iafallo Western Michigan (March 4) and at CC (Feb. 18) 1 by Karson Kuhlman vs. NoDak (Oct. 29) 1 by Kyle Osterberg vs. NoDak (Oct. 29) Saves - 40 by Hunter Miska vs. OSU (March 24)

#ties school record


ATT 6,202 5,104 6,066 4,638 5,526 6,014 3,561 6,393 6,759 4,140 4,310 5,836 6,127 6,005 6,058 5,870 6,186 5,682 3,498 5,835 6,297 6,031 7,015 11,861 11,924 12,167 11,098 6,243 7,008 5,042 6,072 5,843 6,290 3,263 3,623 4,556 4,732 8,168 10,297 5,219 5,277 19,626 19,783

UMD Goalie Saves Record Miska 21 1-0-0 Miska 18 2-0-0 Miska/Deery 11/13 2-0-1 Deery 24 2-0-2 Deery 20 3-0-2 Shepard 35 3-1-2 Miska/Deery/Shepard 5/4/7 -Miska 24 4-1-2 Miska 30 5-1-2 Miska 25 6-1-2 Miska 31 7-1-2 Miska 19 7-2-2 Miska 30 8-2-2 Miska 25 9-2-2 Miska 33 10-2-2 Miska 27 10-3-2 Miska 38 11-3-2 Miska 20 11-3-3 Miska 18 12-3-3 Miska 16 12-3-4 Miska 23 12-4-4 Miska 27 12-5-4 Miska 23 13-5-4 Miska 21 14-5-4 Miska 29 15-5-4 Miska 37 16-5-4 Miska 31 17-5-4 Miska 23 17-5-5 Miska 27 18-5-5 Miska 20 19-5-5 Miska 34 19-5-6 Miska 28 20-5-6 Miska 20 20-5-7 Miska/Shepard 4/12 20-6-7 Miska 28 21-6-7 Miska 18 22-6-7 Miska 21 23-6-7 Miska 24 24-6-7 Miska 32 25-6-7 Miska 40 26-6-7 Miska 22 27-6-7 Miska 39 28-6-7 Miska 25 28-7-7

PAGE2016-17 INFORMATION UMD RESULTS GOES HERE

DATE W L T OPPONENT UMD-OPP Oct. 1 W Michigan Tech 6-0 Oct. 2 W Michigan Tech 4-3 Oct. 7 T UMass-Lowell 4-4 Oct. 8 T UMass-Lowell 1-1 Oct. 14 W Notre Dame 4-3 Oct. 15 L Notre Dame 1-3 Oct. 22 L U.S. Nat’l Under-18# 1-2 Oct. 28 W North Dakota* 5-2 Oct. 29 W North Dakota* 3-0 Nov. 4 W St. Cloud State* 5-3 Nov. 5 W St. Cloud State* 5-3 Nov. 11 L Western Michigan* 3-4 Nov. 12 W Western Michigan* 2-0 Nov. 18 W Omaha* 6-4 Nov. 19 W Omaha* 3-2 Dec. 9 L Denver* 3-4 Dec. 10 W Denver* 3-1 Dec. 16 T Bemidji State 1-1 Dec. 17 W Bemidji State 2-1 Jan. 6 T Colorado College* 2-2 Jan. 7 L Colorado College* 1-2 Jan. 13 L St. Cloud State* 1-2 Jan. 14 W St. Cloud State* 4-3 Jan. 20 W North Dakota* 5-3 Jan. 21 W North Dakota* 4-0 Jan. 27 W Minnesota 3-2 Jan. 28 W St. Cloud State 2-1 Feb. 3 T Omaha* 2-2 Feb. 4 W Omaha* 5-0 Feb. 17 W Colorado College* 2-1 Feb. 18 T Colorado College* 2-2 Feb. 23 W Miami* 4-3 Feb. 24 T Miami* 3-3 March 3 L Western Michigan* 4-7 March 4 W Western Michigan* 6-3 March 10 W Miami= 5-4 March 11 T Miami= 5-3 March 17 W Western Michigan+ 5-2 March 18 W North Dakota+ 4-3 March 24 W Ohio State^ 3-2 March 25 W Boston University^ 3-2 April 6 W Harvard≠ 2-1 April 8 L Denver≠ 2-3 *NCHC Game @North Star College Cup (Champions - St. Paul, MN) =NCHC Playoffs +NCHC Frozen Faceoff (Champions - In Minneapolis, MN) ^NCAA West Regional (Champions - Fargo, ND) ≠NCAA Frozen Four (Second Place - Chicago, IL) #Exhibition Game ~Sellout Home Games Are Listed in Boldface

2016-17 UMD TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS Goals - 6 (Two Times) Assists - 12 vs.MTU (Oct. 1) Points - 18 vs. MTU (Oct. 1) Total Shot Attempts - 87 vs. Miami (March 10) Shots On Goal - 45 vs. CC (Jan. 6) Penalties - 15 vs. NoDak (March 18) Penalty Minutes - 35 vs. CC (Feb. 18) Power Play Pct. - 1.000 (1/1) at UNO (Nov. 18) Power Play Goals - 3 (2 Times) Power Play Attempts - 11 at UML (Oct. 7) Penalty Kill Pct. - 1.000 (7/7) vs. NoDak (Oct. 29) Saves - 40 vs. OSU (March 24) Shorthanded Goals - 2# vs. NoDak (Oct. 29) Blocked Shots - 26 vs. NoDak (March 18) Goals Allowed - 7 vs. WMU (March 3) Shots On Goal Allowed - 42 vs. OSU (March 24) Power Play Goals Allowed - 4 at UML (Oct. 7) Shorthanded Goals Allowed - 1 vs. CC (Jan. 6) Plus-Minus Rating - +25 at UNO (Nov. 18)

1 (5 Times) 1 vs. NDame (Oct. 15) 2 vs. NDame (Oct. 15) 39 vs. NoDak (March 18) 20 at UNO (Nov. 19) 2 vs. Miami (March 11) 4 vs. Miami (March 11) .000 (0/6) at UML (Oct. 8) 0 (14 Times) 1 at UNO (Nov. 18) .333 (1/3) (2 Times) 16 (2 Times) 0 (35 Times) 9 vs. BSU (Dec. 16) 0 (5 Times) 18 vs. CC (Jan. 6) 0 (17 Times) 0 (39 Times) -16 vs. WMU (March 3)

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2016-17 PAGE INFORMATION NCHC STATISTICS/HONORS GOES HERE

2016-17 NCHC STANDINGS TEAM (Overall) Denver (33-7-4) UMD (28-7-7) Western Michigan (22-13-5) North Dakota (21-16-3) St. Cloud State (16-19-1) Omaha (17-17-5) Miami (9-20-7) Colorado College (8-24-4)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 11. 12.

GP 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

W 18 15 13 11 10 9 5 4

L 3 5 9 12 13 13 14 16

T PTS 3 59 4 52 2 42 1 35 1 31 2 29 5 23 4 17

GF 82 83 79 69 64 74 57 43

AVG GA AVG 3.42 42 1.75 3.46 56 2.33 3.29 75 3.13 2.88 63 2.63 2.67 69 2.88 3.08 89 3.71 2.38 80 3.33 1.79 77 3.21

2016-17 NCHC SCORING LEADERS (LEAGUE GAMES ONLY)

Player (Pos, Yr, School) Alex Iafallo (W, Sr., UMD) Austin Ortega (F, Sr., Omaha) Anthony Louis (F, Sr., Miami) Kiefer Sherwood (F, So., Miami) Dylan Gambrell (F, So., Denver) Will Butcher (D, Sr., Denver) Matheson Iacopelli (F, So., Western Michigan) Sheldon Dries (F, Sr., Western Michigan) Mikey Essimont (F, So., SCSU) Luc Snuggerud (D, Jr., Omaha) Adam Johnson (F, So., UMD) Henrik Borgstrom (F, Fr., Denver) David Pope (F, Jr., Omaha) Shane Gersich (F, So., North Dakota) Dominic Toninato (C, Sr., UMD)

GP 24 23 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 20 21 24 24

G 11 10 8 9 10 3 13 12 11 9 12 12 11 14 10

A 19 18 19 17 15 22 11 10 11 13 9 7 8 5 9

PTS 30 28 27 26 25 25 24 22 22 22 21 19 19 19 19

2016-17 NCHC GOALTENDING LEADERS (LEAGUE GAMES ONLY)

Player (Yr, School) 1. Tanner Jaillet (Jr., Denver) 2. Hunter Miska (Fr., UMD) 3. Cam Johnson (Jr., North Dakota 4. Jeff Smith (So., SCSU) 5. Ben Blacker (Fr., Western Michigan)

GP 22 24 21 16 15

W 16 15 10 7 10

L 2 4 9 8 4

T 3 4 1 0 1

GA 35 53 47 39 41

GAA 1.65 2.24 2.33 2.50 2.79

2016-17 ALL-NCHC TEAMS FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM Pos. Name Team Pos. Name F Alex Iafallo UMD F Henrik Borgstrom F Anthony Louis Miami F Dylan Gambrell F Ausitn Ortega Omaha F Sheldon Dries D Tucker Poolman North Dakota D Neal Pionk D Will Butcher Denver D Luc Snuggerud G Tanner Jaillet Denver G Hunter Miska HONORABLE MENTION Pos. Name Team F Troy Terry Denver F Shane Gersich North Dakota F Mikey Eyssimont St. Cloud State D Louie Belpedio Miami D Jimmy Schuldt St. Cloud State G Ben Blacker Western Michigan ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Pos. Name F Henrik Borgstrom F Joey Anderson F Tyson Jost D Michael Davies D Jack Ahcan G Ben Blacker

Team Denver UMD North Dakota Denver St. Cloud State Western Michigan

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Will Butcher (Denver) ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Henrik Borgstrom (Denver) COACH OF THE YEAR: Andy Murray (Western Michigan) DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Tucker Poolman (North Dakota) NCHC STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR: Justin Parizek (Omaha)

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PPG 1.25 1.22 1.12 1.08 1.04 1.04 1.00 .92 .92 .92 .88 .95 .90 .79 .79

SVS 511 605 472 420 425

SV% .936 .919 .909 .915 .912

SO 0 4 2 0 2

Team Denver Denver Western Michigan UMD Omaha UMD


Game 1 • Oct. 1, 2016 #17 Michigan Tech at #6 UMD MTU UMD

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Attendance: 6,202

Game 2 • Oct. 2, 2016 #17 Michigan Tech at #6 UMD MTU UMD

2 1 0 3 1 1 2 4

Scoring 1st: MTU- Reid Sturos (Mark Auk) 3:46; MTU- Tyler Heinonen (Mark Steman, Dylan Birks) 8:21; UMDKyle Osterberg 2 (Dan Molenaar, Nick Wolff) 19:31. 2nd: Joel L’Esperance 1 (Brent Baltus, Birks) 9:29; UMD- Neal Pionk 1 (Adam Johnson, Jared Thomas) 17:09 pp. 3rd: Billy Exell 1 (Young, Kotyk) 11:35; Alex Iafallo 1 (Pionk, Joey Anderson) 19:45. Saves MTU- Devin Kero: 11-15-1--27 UMD- Hunter Miska: 6-6-6--18 Power Play: MTU- 0/5, UMD - 1/6 Penalties: MTU- 7-25, UMD - 6-12 Attendance: 5,104

Game 3 • Oct. 7, 2016 #6 UMD at #8 UMass-Lowell UMD UML

0 2 2 0 4 1 3 0 0 4

Scoring 1st: UML- Dylan Zink 1(Michael Kapla,Joe Gambardella) 4:29 pp. 2nd: UMD- Neal Pionk 2 (Alex Iaffalo) 3:54 pp; UML- Gambardella (Mattias Goransson, C.J.Smith) 4:59 xa; UML- Gambardella 2 (Smith) 9:25; UML- Goransson 1 (Tyler Mueller, Smith) 14:08; UMD- Karson Kuhlman 1 (Kyle Osterberg) 18:16 pp. 3rd: UMD- Brenden Kotyk 1 (Pionk, Johnson) 1:03 pp; Kyle Osterberg 3 (Kuhlman, Toninato) 16:30. OT: No Scoring Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 6-5-x-x--11 Nick Deery: x-3-10-0--13 UML- Chris Hernberg: 8-7-19-5--39 Power Play: UMD- 3/11, UML- 3/8, Penalties: UMD- 8-16, UML- 11-22, Attendance: 6,066

Game 4 • Oct. 8, 2016 #6 UMD at #8 UMass-Lowell UMD UML

0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1

Scoring 1st: UML- Connor Wilson (Zink, Panico) 3:30 pp. 2nd: No scoring. 3rd: UMD- Neal Pionk (Sammy Spurrell, Adam Johnson) 16:06. OT: No Scoring. Saves UMD- Nick Deery: 11-7-4-2--24 UML- Tyler Wall: 6-12-19-3--40 Power Play: UMD- 0/6, UML- 1/3, Penalties: UMD- 3-6, UML- 6-12, Attendance: 4,638

Week USCHO.com Preseason No. 6 Oct. 10 No. 4 Oct. 17 No. 2 Oct. 24 No. 2 Oct. 31 No. 1 Nov. 7 No. 1 Nov. 14 No. 2 Nov. 21 No. 1 Nov. 28 No. 1 Dec. 5 No. 1 Dec. 12 No. 1 Dec. 19 No. 1 Jan. 2 No. 1 Jan. 9 No. 3 Jan. 16 No. 4 Jan. 23 No. 2 Jan. 30 No. 1 Feb. 6 No. 1 Feb. 13 No. 1 Feb. 20 No. 2 Feb. 27 No. 3 March 6 No. 3 March 13 No. 3 March 20 No. 3 March 27 -- Final No. 2

USA Today No. 5 No. 4 No. 2 No. 2 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 No. 2 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2

Pairwise ----No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 4 (T) No. 4 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 ---

Game 5 • Oct. 14, 2016 #5 Notre Dame at #4 UMD ND UMD

3 0 0 3 3 1 0 4

Scoring 1st: ND- Andrew Oglevie (Morrison, Evans) 7:12 pp; UMD- Willie Raskob 2 (Joey Anderson) 9:03 pp; UMD- Adam Johnson 2 (Kyle Osterberg, Anderson) 13:12; ND- Cam Morrison (Andrew Oglevie, Jake Evans) 15:35 pp; UMD- Alex Iafallo 2 (Dominic Toninato, Neal Pionk) 18:04; ND- Anders Bjork (Connor Hurley) 18:21. 2nd: No Scoring. 3rd: UMD- Adam Johnson 3 (Dan Molenaar, Osterberg) 6:09. Saves ND- Cal Petersen: 11-11-6--28 UMD- Nick Deery: 8-4-8--20 Power Play: ND- 2/6, UMD - 1/6 Penalties: ND- 6-12, UMD - 6-12 Attendance: 5,526

Game 6 • Oct. 15, 2016 #5 Notre Dame at #4 UMD ND UMD

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Scoring 1st: No Soring. 2nd: UMD- Adam Johnson 4 (Anderson) 1:53; ND- Andrew Oglevie (Dylan Malmquist, Bobby Nardella) 15:22 pp. 3rd: ND- Jordan Gross (Malmquist, AndersBjork) 5:01; ND- Malmquist (Hurley, Gross) 5:56. Saves ND- Cal Petersen: 13-6-8--27 UMD- Hunter Shepard: 13-16-6--35 Power Play: ND- 1/3, UMD - 0/4 Penalties: ND- 4-8, UMD - 3-6 Attendance: 6,014

(Exhibition) • Oct. 22, 2016 U.S. National U-18 Team at UMD U18 UMD

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Scoring 1st: No Scoring. 2nd: UMD- Dominic Toninato (Alex Iafallo, Willie Raskob) 9:29; U18- Brady Tkachuk (Tyler Inamoto, Evan Barratt) 14:05. 3rd: U18- Michael Pastujov (Jacob Tortora, Tommy Miller) 19:28. Saves U18- Dylan St. Cyr: 6-11-15--32 UMD- Hunter Miska: 5-x-x--5 Nick Deery: x-4-x--4 Hunter Shepard: x-x-7--7 Power Play: U18- 0/5, UMD- 0/4 Penalties: U18- 4-8, UMD- 5-10 Attendance: 3,561

Game 7 • Oct. 28, 2016 #1 North Dakota at #2 UMD UND UMD

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Alex Iafallo 3 (Adam Johnson, Carson Soucy) 5:46 pp. 2nd: UMD- Johnson 5 (Kyle Osterberg, Karson Kuhlman) 5:48; UMD- Alex Iafallo 4 (Joey Anderson, Soucy) 7:04; UND- Rhett Gardner 3 (Shane Gersich, Christian Wolanin) 17:17 pp; UNDShane Gersich 4 (unassisted). 3rd: UMD- Neal Pionk 5 (Iafallo, Osterberg) 8:32 pp; UMD- Alex Iafallo 5 (Pionk, Dominic Toninato) 19:32 en Saves UND- Cam Johnson 12-11-10--33 UMD- Hunter Miska 5-14-5--24 Power Play: UND- 1/6, UMD- 2/5 Penalties: UND- 7-14, UMD- 8-16 Attendance: 6,393

Game 8 • Oct. 29, 2016 #1 North Dakota at #2 UMD UND UMD

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Parker Mackay 1 (Pionk, Iafallo) 5:46 pp; Blake Young 1 (Billy Exell, Nick McCormack) 15:09. 2nd: UMD - Willie Raskob 1 (Carson Soucy, Karson Kuhlman) 2:09 pp; Kyle Osterberg 1 (Kuhlman, Hunter Miska) 9:49; Adam Johnson 1 (Mackay, Raskob) 14:45 pp. 3rd: Jade Miller 1 (Jared Thomas, Joey Anderson) 2:35. Saves MTU- Matt Wintjes: 7-4-x--11 Devin Kero : x-4-6--10 UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-10-4--21 Power Play: MTU- 0/4, UMD - 3/8 Penalties: MTU- 9-29, UMD - 6-12

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Scoring 1st: No Scoring. 2nd: UMD- Karson Kuhlman 2 (Neal Pionk, Kyle Osterberg) 11:24 sh; UMD- Carson Soucy 1 (Jared Thomas, Alex Iafallo) 15:42 pp; UMD- Kyle Osterberg 5 (Willie Raskob, Kuhlman) 19:01 sh. 3rd: No Scoring. Saves UND- Cam Johnson 2-12-8--22 UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-17-6--30 Power Play: UND- 0/7, UMD- 1/5 Penalties: UND- 6-12, UMD- 8-16 Attendance: 6,759

Game 9 • Nov. 4, 2016 #1 UMD at #8 St. Cloud State UMD SCSU

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Scoring 1st: SCSU- Robby Jackson 1 (Jack Ahcan, Will Brogen) 0:34; UMD- Dominic Toninato 1 (Joey Anderson, Nick Wolff) 5:06; SCSU- Mikey Eyssimont 3 (Patrick Newell, Blake Winiecki) 11:36; SCSU- Ryan Poehling 3 (Nick Poehling, Brogen) 18:14; UMD- Alex Iafallo 6 (Brenden Kotyk) 18:35. 2nd: No Scoring. 3rd: UMDKyle Osterberg 5 (Carson Soucy, Iafallo) 8:39; UMDJoey Anderson 1 (Iafallo, Toninato) 13:48; UMD- Joey Anderson 2 (Kotyk, Toninato) 18:56 en. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-10-8--25 SCSU- Jeff Smith: 5-11-10--26 Power Play: UMD- 0/5, SCSU- 0/5 Penalties: UMD- 5-10, SCSU- 5-10 Attendance: 4,140

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Game 10 • Nov. 5, 2016 #1 UMD at #8 St. Cloud State

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Scoring 1st: SCSU- Robby Jackson 2 (Will Brogen) 0:53; UMD- Joey Anderson 3 (Unassisted) 4:04; SCSUJacob Benson 3 (Dennis Cholowski, Daniel Tedesco) 18:41. 2nd: SCSU- Blake Winiecki 4 (Cholowski, Jake Wahlin) 15:43 pp; UMD- Dominic Toninato 2 (Karson Kuhlman, Brenden Kotyk) 18:23. 3rd: UMD- Carson Soucy 2 (unassisted) 7:33; UMD- Parker Mackay 2 (Neal Pionk) 14:42; UMD- Carson Soucy 3 (Alex Iafallo, Anderson) 18:45 en Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 11-11-9--31 SCSU- Zach Driscoll: 6-15-6--27 Power Play: UMD- 0/1, SCSU- 1/4 Penalties: UMD- 4-8, SCSU- 1-2 Attendance: 4,310

Game 11 • Nov. 11, 2016 Western Michigan at #1 UMD WMU UMD

Game 13 • Nov. 18, 2016 #2 UMD at Omaha UMD UNO

Scoring 1st: UNO- Steven Spinner 3 (Jake Randolph, Ian Brady) 9:02 pp; UMD- Kyle Osterberg 7 (Adam Johnson, Karson Kuhlman) 11:29; UMD- Adam Johnson 6 (Carson Soucy) 15:42 pp. 2nd: UNO- Steven Spinner 4 (Teemu Pulkkinen, Brady) 6:35 pp; UMD- Dominic Toninato 3 (Joey Anderson) 9:11; UMD- Alex Iafallo 9 (Unassisted) 13:30. 3rd: UMD- Billy Exell 2 (Soucy) 3:28; UMD- Karson Kuhlman 3 (Johnson, Iafallo) 9:36; UNO- Luc Snuggerud 6 (Austin Ortega, Tyler Vesel) 13:35 pp; UNO- David Pope 4 (Snuggerud, Jake Randolph) 18:43 Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-9-9--25 UNO- Evan Weninger: 8-14-0--22 Alex Blankenburg: 0-1-5--6 Power Play: UMD- 1/1, UNO- 4/7 Penalties: UMD- 7-14, UNO- 1-2 Attendance: 6,005

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Scoring 1st: WMU- Aidan Muir 1 (Matheson Iacopel, Frederik Tiffels) 7:57; UMD- Alex Iaffalo 7 (Joey Anderson, Carson Soucy) 10:48; UMD- Joey Anderson 4 (Dominic Toninato, Nick Wolff) 14:23; UMD- Parker Mackay 3 (Jared Thomas) 15:32; WMU- Matheson Iacopelli 10 (Sheldon Dries, Taylor Fleming) 16:50; WMU- Colt Conrad 1 (Griffen Molino, Corey Schueneman) 19:56. 2nd: No scoring. 3rd: WMU- Colt Conrad 2 (Frederik Tiffels, Wade Allison) 19:29. Saves WMU- Trevor Gorsuch: 5-10-6--21 UMD- Hunter Miska: 9-7-3--19 Power Play: WMU- 1/6, UMD- 0/3 Penalties: WMU- 3-6, UMD- 6-12 Attendance: 5,836

Game 14 • Nov. 19, 2016 #2 UMD at Omaha UMD UNO

Attendance: 6,058

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Alex Iafallo 8 (Carson Soucy, Jared Thomas) 14:44. 2nd: Kyle Osterberg 6 (Soucy, Iafallo) 12:56. 3rd: No scoring. Saves WMU- Trevor Gorsuch: 11-11-11--33 UMD- Hunter Miska: 9-11-10--30 Power Play: WMU- 0/6, UMD- 2/8 Penalties: WMU- 9-26, UMD- 6-12 Attendance: 6,127

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Scoring 1st: No scoring. 2nd: UMD- Adam Johnson 7 (Kyle Osterberg) 1:17; UMD- Dominic Toninato 4 (Alex Iafallo) 5:15 sh; UMD- Kyle Osterberg 8 (Jared Thomas) 10:20. 3rd: UNO- Ian Brady 2 (Steven Spinner, Kris Oldham) 2:04 pp; UNO- David Pope 5 (Tyler Vesel, Jake Randolph) 3:49 pp. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 16-8-9--33 UNO- Kris Oldham: 5-8-4--17 Power Play: UMD- 1/4, UNO- 2/6 Penalties: UMD- 7-14, UNO- 5-10

Game 12 • Nov. 12, 2016 Western Michigan at #1 UMD WMU UMD

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Game 15 • Dec. 9, 2016 #1 UMD at #2 Denver UMD DU

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Alex Iafallo 10 (Unassisted) 13:04. 2nd: DU- Kevin Conley 1 (Colin Staub, Tyson McLellan) 7:03; DU- Logan O’Connor 2 (Troy Terry) 11:27; DU- Troy Terry 9 (Dylan Gambrell, Michael Davies) 11:49; UMD- Joey Anderson 5 (Neal Pionk, Dominic Toninato) 13:41. 3rd: DU- Jarid Lukosevicius 6 (Terry, Gambrell) 3:24; UMD- Sammy Spurrell 1 (Carson Soucy, Brenden Kotyk) 17:55. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 11-9-7--27 DU- Tanner Jaillet: 13-9-10--32 Power Play: UMD- 0/2, DU- 0/3 Penalties: UMD- 3-6, DU- 2-4 Attendance: 5,870

Game 16 • Dec. 10, 2016 #1 UMD at #2 Denver UMD DU

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Kyle Osterberg 9 (Neal Pionk) 4:01. 2nd: UMD- Billy Exell 3 (Sammy Spurrell) 10:05; DU- Evan Janssen 5 (Logan O’Connor, Michael Davies) 13:11. 3rd: UMD- Joey Anderson 6 (Osterberg, Pionk) 19:00. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 12-12-14--38 DU- Tanner Jaillet: 7-9-7--23 Power Play: UMD- 0/1, DU- 0/4 Penalties: UMD- 6-12, DU- 5-21 Attendance: 6,186 (sellout)

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Game 17 • Dec. 16, 2016 # 15 Bemidji State at #1 UMD BSU UMD

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Scoring 1st: BSU- Phillip Marinaccio 7 (Brendan Harms, Jay Dickman) 15:30 pp. 2nd: No Scoring. 3rd: UMDParker Mackay 4 (Adam Johnson, Hunter Miska) 6:23. OT: No Scoring. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-8-4-1--20 BSU- Michael Bitzer: 13-11-9-2--35 Power Play: UMD- 1/3 , BSU- 0/5 Penalties: UMD- 5-10, BSU- 3-6 Attendance: 5,682

Game 18 • Dec. 17, 2016 #1 UMD at #15 Bemidji State UMD BSU

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Scoring 1st: BSU- Kyle Bauman 7 (Phil Marinaccio, Tommy Muck) 00:44. 2nd: UMD- Karson Kuhlman 4 (Neal Pionk, Adam Johnson) 7:20 pp. 3rd: UMD- Dominic Toninato 5 (Brenden Kotyk, Alex Iafallo) 12:33. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 6-5-7--18 BSU- Michael Bitzer: 10-9-6--25 Power Play: UMD- 1/3 , BSU- 0/5 Penalties: UMD- 5-10, BSU- 4-19. Attendance: 3,498

Game 19 • Jan. 6, 2017 Colorado College at #1 UMD CC UMD

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Avery Peterson 1 (Karson Kuhlman, Riley Tufte) 13:56 ; CC- Sam Rothstein 5 (Luc Gerdes) 15:36 sh. 2nd: CC- Matt Hansen 1 (Teemu Kivihalme, Gerdes) 7:40 pp. 3rd: UMD- Neal Pionk 5 (Adam Johnson, Alex Iafallo) 19:18 ex. OT: No Scoring. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 4-9-2-1--16 CC- Alex Leclerc: 13-7-19-4--43 Power Play: UMD- 0/5 , CC- 1/3 Penalties: UMD- 4-19, CC- 6-12 Attendance: 5,835

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Game 20 • Jan. 7, 2017 Colorado College at #1 UMD CC 1 1 0 2 UMD 0 1 0 1 Scoring 1st: CC- Mason Bergh 10 (Matt Hansen, Luc Gerdes) 3:46. 2nd: UMD- Adam Johnson 8 (Joey Anderson, Neal Pionk) 4:45 pp; CC- Teemu Kivihalme 2 (Bergh, Gerdes) 8:57 pp. 3rd: No Scoring. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 8-8-7--23 CC- Alex Leclercr: 8-9-9--26 Power Play: UMD- 1/5 , CC- 1/5 Penalties: UMD- 7-25, CC- 5-10 Attendance: 6,297


Game 25 • Jan. 27, 2017 #2 UMD vs #6 Minnesota

Game 29 • Feb. 17, 2017 #1 UMD at Colorado College

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UMD 1 0 1 2 CC 1 0 0 1

Scoring 1st: SCSU- Jack Ahcan 3 (Robby Jackson, Blake Winiecki) 11:38. 2nd: SCSU- Jack Ahcan 4 (Jacob Benson, Mikey Eyssimont) 10:06. 3rd: UMD- Riley Tufte 1 (Brendan Kotyk, Adam Johnson) 13:30. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 10-11-6--27 SCSU- Jeff Smith: 16-10-15--41 Power Play: UMD- 0/5 , SCSU- 0/2 Penalties: UMD- 3-6, SCSU- 5-10

Scoring 1st: UM- Brent Gates 10 (Vinni Letteri, Steve Johnson) 5:05 pp; UMD- Riley Tufte 5 (Unassisted) 18:51. 2nd: UMD- Alex Iafallo 11 (Joey Anderson, Neal Pionk) 6:48 pp. 3rd: UMD- Avery Peterson 4 (Tufte) 8:34; UM- Brent Gates 11 (Leon Bristedt, Jake Bischoff) 19:21. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 11-5-21--37 UM- Eric Schierhorn: 11-14-1--26 Power Play: UMD- 1/4 , UM- 2/6 Penalties: UMD- 7-14, UM- 5-10

Scoring 1st: UMD- Blake Young 2 (Dan Molenaar, Jared Thomas) 10:55; CC- Bryce Van Horn 3 (Sam Rothstein, Mason Bergh) 13:41 pp. 2nd: No scoring. 3rd: UMD- Adam Johnson 12 (Alex Iafallo, Dominic Toninato) Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 4-11-5--20 CC- Alex Leclerc: 10-10-7--27 Power Play: UMD- 1/5, CC- 1/3, Penalties: UMD- 4-19, CC- 5-10,

Attendance: 6,031

Game 22 • Jan. 14, 2017 St. Cloud State at #3 UMD SCSU UMD

Attendance: 12,167 (North Star College Cup semifinals at the Xcel Energy Center)

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Game 26 • Jan. 28, 2017 #2 UMD vs St. Cloud State

Scoring 1st: UMD- Karson Kuhlman 5 (Alex Iafallo, Neal Pionk) 4:04 pp; UMD- Avery Peterson 2 (Iafallo) 9:48. 2nd: UMD- Dan Molenaar 1 (Peterson, Nick Wolff) 4:25; SCSU- Blake Winiecki 10 (Patrick Newell) 5:44; Patrick Newell 3 (Jack Poehling, Niklas Nevalainen) 9:37 pp; SCSU- Jimmy Schuldt 3 (Jack Ahcan, Mikey Eyssimont) 12:33 pp. 3rd: No scoring. OT: UMD- Kyle Osterberg 10 (Molenaar, Parker Mackay) 2:33. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 9-8-5-1--23 SCSU- Jeff Smith: 6-3-0-x-x--9 Zach Driscoll: x-2-12-3--17 Power Play: UMD- 1/3 , SCSU- 2/3 Penalties: UMD- 6-23, SCSU- 5-13

UMD SCSU

Attendance: 7,015 (Sellout)

Attendance: 11,098 (North Star College Cup championship at the Xcel Energy Center)

Scoring 1st: UND- Tyson Jost 11 (Tucker Poolman) 7:12 pp; UMD- Riley Tufte 2 (Dan Molenaar, Karson Kuhlman) 7:50. 2nd: UMD- Adam Johnson 9 (Alex Iafallo, Joey Anderson) 1:02; UMD- Sammy Spurrell 2 (Billy Exell) 5:58; UMD- Avery Peterson 2 (Kuhlman) 18:37. 3rd: UND- Shane Gersich 17 (Gage Ausmus) 4:23; UMD- Riley Tufte 3 (Willy Raskob, Peterson) 9:28 pp; UND- Joel Janatuinen 6 (Chris Wilkie, Ludvig Hoff) 15:22 pp. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 5-9-7--21 UND- Cam Johnson: 10-2-0--12 Matt Hrynkiw: 0-11-6--17 Power Play: UMD- 1/5, UND- 2/3, Penalties: UMD- 3-6, UND- 5-21,

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Scoring 1st: SCSU- Will Brogen 2 (Robby Jackson, Jon Lizotte) 18:17. 2nd: No scoring. 3rd: UMD- Alex Iafallo 12 (Adam Johnson, Carson Soucy) 0:42. OT: UMD- Kyle Osterberg 11 (Neal Pionk, Joey Anderson) 6:00. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 6-10-12-3--31 SCSU- Jeff Smith: 6-8-11-7--32 Power Play: UMD- 0/2 , SCSU- 0/1 Penalties: UMD- 1-2, SCSU- 2-4

Game 23 • Jan. 20, 2017 #4 UMD at #8 North Dakota UMD 1 3 1 5 UND 1 0 2 3

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Game 30 • Feb. 18, 2017 #1 UMD at Colorado College UMD CC

Scoring 1st: UMD- Dominic Toninato 9 (Neal Pionk, Alex Iafallo) 0:58 pp; UMD- Alex Iafallo 14 (Willie Raskob) 1:47 sh. 2nd: CC- Matt Hansen 4 (Branden Makara, Westin Michaud) 19:53 pp. 3rd: CC- Cole McCaskill 2 (Kade Kehoe) 18:02. OT: No scoring. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 8-10-15-1--34 CC- Alex Leclerc: 5-6-9-2--22 Power Play: UMD- 1/6, CC- 1/10, Penalties: UMD- 12-35, CC- 8-24, Attendance: 6,072

Game 31 • Feb. 23, 2017 Miami at #2 UMD

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Scoring 1st: No scoring. 2nd: UMD- Dominic Toninato 7 (Willie Raskob, Carson Soucy) 0:12; UNO- Luc Snuggerud 9 (Austin Ortega, Tyler Vesel) 10:35 pp; UMDDominic Toninato 8 (Joey Anderson, Neal Pionk) 19:05 pp. 3rd: UNO Ian Brady 3 (Fredrik Olofsson, Vesel) 1:32. OT: No scoring. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 3-11-9-0--23 UNO- Evan Weninger: 5-13-14-5--37 Power Play: UMD- 1/4 , UNO- 1/2 Penalties: UMD- 4-8, UNO- 6-12

UMD 2 0 2 4 UND 0 0 0 0 Scoring 1st: UMD- Adam Johnson 10 (unassisted) 2:54; UMD- Willie Raskob 3 (Riley Tufte, Karson Kuhlman) 12:15 pp. 2nd: No scoring. 3rd: UMD- Dominic Toninato 6 (unassisted) 2:07 sh; UMD- Riley Tufte 4 (unassisted) 13:23. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 8-14-7--29 UND- Cam Johnson: 8-6-3--17 Power Play: UMD- 1/5, UND- 0/5, Penalties: UMD- 5-10, UND- 5-10, Attendance: 11,924 (Sellout)

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Adam Johnson 13 (Nick Wolff, Dan Molenaar) 13:00. 2nd: UMD- Dominic Toninato 10 (Karson Kuhlman) 1:08; MIA- Jared Brandt 2 (Grant Hutton, Josh Melnick) 7:07; MIA- Grant Hutton 8 (Kiefer Sherwood, Anthony Louis) 11:45 pp. 3rd: UMD- Neal Pionk 7 (Alex Iafallo, Johnson) 1:34 pp; MIA- Carson Meyer 9 (Melnick, Louis) 9:15; UMD- Avery Peterson 6 (Riley Tufte, Pionk) 18:39 pp. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 6-16-6--28 MIA- Ryan Larkin: 8-9-9--26 Power Play: UMD- 2/4 , MIA- 1/6 Penalties: UMD- 6-12, MIA- 4-8 Attendance: 5,843

Attendance: 6,243

UMD wins shootout, 1-0

Game 32 • Feb. 24, 2017 Miami at #2 UMD

Attendance: 11,861 (Sellout)

Game 24 • Jan. 21, 2017 #4 UMD at #8 North Dakota

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MIA UMD

Game 27 • Feb. 3, 2017 Omaha at #1 UMD UNO UMD

Attendance: 5,042

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Game 21 • Jan. 13, 2017 St. Cloud State at #3 UMD

Game 28 • Feb. 4, 2017 Omaha at #1 UMD UNO UMD

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Adam Johnson 11 (Willie Raskob) 12:28. 2nd: UMD- Alex Iafallo 13 (Dominic Toninato, Joey Anderson) 6:25 pp; UMD- Joey Anderson 7 (Neal Pionk, Johnson) 8:01 pp. 3rd: UMD- Avery Peterson 5 (Brendan Kotyk, Riley Tufte) 12:50; UMD- Neal Pionk 6 (Iafallo, Toninato) 17:31. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-9-11--27 UNO- Evan Weninger: 11-10-9--30 Power Play: UMD- 2/4 , UNO- 0/4 Penalties: UMD- 8-27, UNO- 8-27 Attendance: 7,008 (sellout)

MIA UMD

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Dominic Toninato 11 (Alex Iafallo, Billy Exell) 9:08. 2nd: MIA- Jared Brandt 3 (Josh Melnick, Anthony Louis) 8:51; MIA- Grant Hutton 9 (Gordie Green, Scott Dornbrock) 18:58. 3rd: UMD- Adam Johnson 14 (Neal Pionk, Toninato) 5:03 pp; UMDParker Mackay 5 (Jared Thomas, Pionk) 8:12; MIAGordie Green 6 (Zach Lavalle, Brandt) 16:35. OT: No scoring. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 5-8-4-3--20 MIA- Ryan Larkin: 9-12-7-1--29 Power Play: UMD- 1/3 , MIA- 0/3 Penalties: UMD- 4-8, MIA- 4-8 Attendance: 6,290

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Game 36 • March 11, 2017 Miami at #3 UMD (NCHC Playoffs)

Game 33 • March 3, 2017 # 3 UMD at #8 Western Michigan

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UMD WMU

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Scoring 1st: WMU-Sheldon Dries 13 (Griffin Molino, Matheson Iacopelli) 9:12; WMU-Hugh McGing 6 (Molino, Wade Allison) 18:13 pp. 2nd: WMU- Luke Bafia 1 (Chris Dienes, Molino) 02:12; WMU- Dries 14 (Molino, Iacopelli) 03:05; UMD- Parker Mackay 6 (Nick Wolff. Avery Peterson) 04:24; WMU- Lawton Courtnall 3 (Scott Moldenhaue, Dries) 18:18; 3rd: UMD- Karson Kuhlman 6 (Willie Raskob, Peterson) 01:21 pp; WMUFrederick Tiffels 7 (Michael Rebry, Courtnall) 15:53 en; UMD- Brenden Kotyk 2 (Alex Iafallo) 16:22; UMDAdam Johnson 15 (Kyle Osterberg, Raskob) 16:49 ex; WMU- Dries 15 (McGing, Molino) 19:08 en. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 4-x-x--4 Hunter Shepard: x-8-4-12 WMU- Ben Blacker: 14-9-11--34 Power Play: UMD- 1/8, WMU- 1/4 Penalties: UMD- 4/8, WMU- 8/16 Attendance: 3,263

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Jared Thomas 1 (Dan Molenaar, Avery Peterson) 15:49 pp; UMD- Adam Johnson 16 (Alex Iafallo, Dominic Toninato) 18:05 pp. 2nd: WMUMatheson Iacopelli 20 (Wade Allison, Griffen Molino) 01:31 pp; WMU- Lawton Courtnall 4 (Colt Conrad. Jade McMullen) 09:24; UMD- Johnson 17 (Willie Raskob, Karson Kuhlman) 19:55; 3rd: UMD- Peterson 7 (Kuhlman, Brenden Kotyk) 01:53; UMD- Joey Anderson 8 (Johnson) 06:48; WMU- Molino 13 (Iacopelli, Chris Dienes) 14:30; UMD- Iafallo 15 (unassisted) 19:04 en. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 9-9-10--28 WMU- Ben Blacker: 9-9-1--19 Collin Olson: x-x-5--5 Power Play: UMD- 2/5, WMU: 1/4 Penalties: UMD- 4/8, WMU- 5/10 Attendance: 3,623

Game 35 • March 10, 2017 Miami at #3 UMD (NCHC Playoffs) MIA UMD

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Parker Mackay 7 (Unassisted) 5:21; MIA- Zach LaValle 2 (Gordie Green, Chaz Switzer) 5:50; MIA- Carson Meyer 10 (Anthony Louis, Scott Dornbrock) 6:25. 2nd: UMD- Riley Tufte 6 (Nick Wolff) 3:44; MIA- Gordie Green 8 (Grant Hutton, Jared Brandt) 15:54; UMD- Alex Iafallo 16 (Willie Raskob, Dan Molenaar) 16:37. 3rd: MIA- Ryan Siroky 3 (Karch Bachman, Hutton) 11:14; UMD- Riley Tufte 7 (Avery Peterson, Karson Kuhlman) 12:19. OT: UMD- Dominic Toninato 12 (Iafallo) 7:24. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 4-5-6-3--18 MIA- Ryan Larkin: 6-1-0-0--7 Chase Munroe: 0-4-17-8--29 Power Play: UMD- 0/4 , MIA- 0/3 Penalties: UMD- 4-8, MIA- 5-10 Attendance: 4,556

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Brenden Kotyk 3 (Alex Iafallo, Dominic Toninato) 2:49. 2nd: UMD- Nick Wolff 1 (Parker Mackay, Kyle Osterberg) 8:59; MIA- Justin Greenberg 2 (Grant Hutton, Kiefer Sherwood) 10:42pp. 3rd: MIAKiefer Sherwood 14 (Zach LaValle, Gordie Green) 1:25; MIA- Anthony Louis 14 (Willie Knierim, Scott Dornbrock) 3:17; UMD- Jared Thomas 2 (Osterberg, Wolff) 13:25; UMD- Alex Iafallo 17 (Joey Anderson, Wolff) 15:37; UMD- Dominic Toninato 13 (Neal Pionk, Anderson) 18:55. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 4-11-6--21 MIA- Chase Munroe: 15-9-7--31 Power Play: UMD- 0/5 , MIA- 1/2 Penalties: UMD- 2-4, MIA- 5-10 Attendance: 4,732

Game 37 • March 17, 2017 #8 Western Mich. vs #3 UMD (NCHC Frozen Faceoff) WMU UMD

Game 34 • March 4, 2017 # 3 UMD at #8 Western Michigan UMD WMU

MIA UMD

Game 39 • March 24, 2017 #14 Ohio State vs #3 UMD (West Regional)

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Scoring 1st: UMD- Dominic Toninato 14 (Alex Iafallo, Adam Johnson) 13:09pp; WMU- Taylor Fleming 2 (Griffen Molino, Lawton Courtnall) 16:34; UMD- Kyle Osterberg 12 (Jarod Hilderman, Johnson) 16:58. 2nd: WMU- Colt Conrad 13 (Hugh McGing, Fleming) 7:10; UMD- Alex Iafallo 18 (Parker Mackay, Neal Pionk) 16:11. 3rd: UMD- Parker Mackay 8 (Johnson, Osterberg) 14:58; UMD- Jared Thomas 3 (Unassisted) 17:59. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 7-8-9--24 WMU- Ben Blacker: 6-9-3--18 Power Play: UMD- 1/5 , WMU- 0/5 Penalties: UMD- 6-12, WMU- 6-12 Attendance: 8,168 (Target Center in Minneapolis)

Game 38 • March 18, 2017 #11 North Dakota vs #3 UMD (NCHC Frozen Faceoff) UND UMD

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Scoring 1st: No scoring. 2nd: UMD- Dominic Toninato 16 (Alex Iafallo, Joey Anderson) 0:49; UMD- Nick Wolff 2 (Willie Raskob, Riley Tufte) 13:41. 3rd: OSU- Matt Joyaux 3 (Kevin Miller, Dakota Joshua) 7:09; OSUGordi Myer 1 (Tanner Laczynski) 12:40. OT: UMDWillie Raskob 4 (Iafallo, Anderson) 11:58. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 9-11-11-9--40 OSU- Matt Tomkins: 6-11-6-6--29 Power Play: UMD- 0/2 , OSU- 0/4 Penalties: UMD- 4-8, OSU- 2-4 Attendance: 5,219 (Scheels Arena in Fargo, N.D.)

Game 40 • March 25, 2017 #6 Boston University vs #3 UMD (West Regional) BU UMD

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Scoring 1st: BU- Clayton Keller 21 (Ryan Cloonan) 7:59; UMD- Alex Iafallo 19 (Joey Anderson, Willie Raskob) 19:42. 2nd: No scoring. 3rd: UMD- Joey Anderson 11 (Riley Tufte, Nick Wolff) 11:38; BU- Patrick Harper 13 (Chad Krys, Dante Fabbro) 16:47. OT: UMD- Adam Johnson 18 (Neal Pionk, Iafallo) 1:57pp. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 4-5-12-1--22 BU- Jake Oettinger: 6-7-6-1--20 Power Play: UMD- 1/3 , BU- 0/2 Penalties: UMD- 3-6, BU- 4-8 Attendance: 5,277 (Scheels Arena in Fargo, N.D.-)

Game 41 • April 6, 2017 #2 Harvard vs #3 UMD (Frozen Four Semifinals) HARV UMD

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Game 42 • April 8, 2017 #1 Denver vs #3 UMD (Frozen Four Championship) UMD DEN

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Scoring 1st: No scoring. 2nd: DEN- Jarid Lukosevicius 14 (Michael Davies, Blake Hillman) 4:44; DEN- Jarid Lukosevicius 15 (Troy Terry, Davies) 5:00; UMD- Alex Iafallo 21 (Joey Anderson, Neal Pionk) 7:16pp; DENJarid Lukosevicius 16 (Dylan Gambrell, Terry) 12:23. 3rd: UMD- Riley Tufte 9 (Avery Peterson, Brenden Kotyk) 14:39. Saves UMD- Hunter Miska: 13-9-3--25 DEN- Tanner Jaillet: 10-12-16--38 Power Play: UMD- 1/1 , DEN- 0/2 Penalties: UMD- 2-4, DEN- 1-2 Attendance: 19,783 (United Center)


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December 10, 1930. Duluth State Teacher’s College announces that intercollegiate ice hockey will be added to the institution’s varsity sports program. January 13, 1931. DSTC bows to Duluth Central High School 3-0 at the Duluth Amphitheater in the club’s first varsity hockey game. Subsequently, the fledgling team drops all three of its contests in its inaugural campaign. Head Coach Frank Kovach, who also helped start both the Bulldog intercollegiate football and men’s basketball programs that same year, awards 15 varsity letters. February 27, 1932. DSTC wins its first intercollegiate hockey game with a 3-2 decision over Two Harbors High School at the Duluth Amphitheater. June 10, 1946. Following a 14-year absence, ice hockey is reinstated as a varsity sport by adminstrative officials at Duluth State Teacher’s College. February 24, 1949. Goaltender Norm Thompson and the Bulldogs shut out Carleton College 3-0 in Duluth to close out the year with a 7-0-0 overall record for their only unbeaten, untied season in history. June 27, 1949. After two seasons playing as an independent, UMD is accepted into the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. December 13, 1957. UMD dumps visiting Michigan Tech University 5-3 for its first triumph over an NCAA Division I institution. February 18, 1959. Junior center Orest Wojcichowsky nets 10 points (four goals and six assists) against Concordia College in what would stand as a UMD (pre-NCAA Division I) single-game record. The Bulldogs win the MIAC confrontation 16-0 at the Duluth Curling Club. February 15, 1961. In its final game as members of the MIAC, UMD blanks Augsburg College 19-0 at the Duluth Curling Club. The victory was the Bulldogs’ 56th straight in league play and assured UMD of its sixth consecutive MIAC title.

The Bulldogs played in the cozy confines of the Duluth Curling Club from the early 1950s through the 1965-66 season ... to construction delays with the facility (it wouldn’t officially open until July 1966), the national event is later switched to Williams Arena in Minneapolis. The Duluth Arena, however, would eventually host the NCAA Championships in both 1968 and 1981. April 3, 1965. UMD Provost Raymond Darland announces that the Bulldogs will officially become the eighth team in the prestigious WCHA beginning with the 196566 season. The Bulldogs join Minnesota, North Dakota, Colorado College, Denver, Michigan Tech, Michigan State and Michigan in the newly-expanded circuit. February 11, 1966. The Bulldogs end their 14-game winless WCHA streak by clipping North Dakota 3-2 in overtime in Grand Forks, ND, for the school’s first league victory.

February 18, 1966. The Bulldogs take to the Duluth Curling Club ice sheet for a final time, falling 8-3 to the University of Michigan. A gathering of just over 2,000 spectators witness the finale. March 13, 1966. Senior defenseman Bob Hill is among six players selected to 196566 AHCA All-American first team -- the first Bulldog to ever earn such a distinction. November 19, 1966. In the inaugural game at the newly-constructed Duluth Arena, All-American senior center Keith “Huffer” Christiansen, who later that year would be named the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player, collects a school-record six assists to help propel the Bulldogs past Minnesota 8-1 before a sellout crowd of 5,700.

August 10, 1961. UMD abandons the MIAC in hopes of establishing itself as a legitimate big-time college hockey school. The University officially elects to compete as a Division I independent and releases a 1961-62 schedule which features engagements against Western Collegiate Hockey Association powers such as the University of Minnesota, Michigan Tech, Michigan State University, and the University of Denver. December 19, 1964. In what was then an NCAA Division I single-game record, senior goaltender Bill Halbrehder makes 77 saves in the Bulldogs’ 6-5 overtime loss to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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March 20, 1965. The 1966 NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Tournament and the accompanying American Hockey Coaches Association Convention is awarded to the city of Duluth and its new $6.1 million Arena-Auditorium Complex. But due

... before christening the Duluth Arena (which later became known as the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center) on Nov. 19, 1966


January 29, 1979. Two days following a 10-6 thumping of Wisconsin at the DECC and extending its unbeaten streak to 13 games (11-0-2), UMD emerges as the No. 1 team in the WMPL-Radio Coaches Poll. It marks the first time in team history that UMD is tabbed as nation’s top dog in any poll.

April 4, 1970. Following his debut collegiate season, center Murray Keogan is named an NCAA I All-American (the only UMD newcomer to ever be so honored) and also lands All-WCHA first team and WCHA Rookie of the Year recognition.

December 17, 1971. Over a dozen schoolsingle game records fall by the wayside as the Bulldogs paste Minnesota 15-3 in Minneapolis. A pair of All-American centers -- Walt Ledingham and Pat Boutette -- each record hat tricks to lead the scoring onslaught for UMD which struck for nine goals in the second period (including eight in a six-minute span) in the WCHA contest. November 17, 1972. Buoyed by the five-goal performance of senior Steve “Pokey” Trachsel, UMD opens play at the Christmas City of the North Tournament in Duluth with an 11-4 rout of Lake Superior State University. Trachsel, who had been deployed at defense during his first three collegiate seasons before moving up to wing in 1972-73, sets a club mark (one that still stands) with the five scores and equals another team record by adding one assist for a six-point evening. Despite the recordbreaking outing, Trachsel was overlooked by the selection committee for a spot on the All-Tournament first team. January 13, 1973. In what arguably ranks as the greatest UMD comeback of all time, the Bulldogs rally from a 6-2 deficit with just 5:21 remaining in regulation to edge Michigan Tech 7-6 in overtime at the Duluth Arena. Bulldog junior center Pat Boutette scores three straight goals (a natural hat trick) in a span of 2:37 during the comeback effort before rookie right winger Tom Milani notches the game-winner 3:02 (on an assist from Boutette) into the extra session.

March 7, 1979. Despite losing 4-2 (in overtime) to Denver, the Bulldogs still managed to win their two-game, total-goal WCHA quarterfinal playoff series with the Pioneers 7-6 at the Duluth Arena to advance to the second round of the league’s post-season tournament for the first time. UMD, which sported a pair of All-Americans in Curt Giles and Mark Pavelich, placed third in the final WCHA standings -- its inaugural finish in the league’s upper division.

Pat Boutette February 23, 1974. UMD sets a singlegame attendance record at the Duluth Arena as 6,158 spectators watch Michigan Tech shade the Bulldogs 5-3. March 16, 1974. The host Bulldogs upend the University of Vermont 7-4 to capture the short-lived (it lasted just one year) National Invitational Hockey Tournament, a four-team event patterned after college basketball’s NIT, for clubs which didn’t qualify for NCAA post-season play. October 24, 1975. In his first collegiate game with the Bulldogs, freshman right winger John “Bah” Harrington raps in a centering pass from Ernie Powell past goaltender Blane Comstock 4:04 into overtime to give host UMD a 4-3 win over the United States Olympic Team. December 16, 1977. Just 13 days after equalling a UMD record for points in one game (six), junior All-American defenseman Curt Giles ties a club single-game mark for assists when he sets up six goals to spark the Bulldogs to a 7-6 victory at Colorado College. December 29, 1977. Wearing Eveleth High School Golden Bear uniforms because their new home jerseys had yet to arrive, the Bulldogs upend Brown University 4-1. Four different UMD skaters score in the victory, including junior center and Eveleth native Mark Pavelich.

March 8, 1980. In his 146th, and final, outing in a Bulldog sweater - a 7-6 WCHA playoff setback at Colorado College -- senior center Dan Lempe tallies once to finish as UMD’s all-time scoring leader with 222 points on 79 goals and 143 assists. March 19, 1983. After bowing to Providence College 7-3 the previous night, UMD succumbs 3-2 to the host Friars in its first showing in an NCAA playoff series. It turns out to be the final collegiate outing for sophomore puckstopping sensation Bob Mason,the WCHA Most Valuable Player Award recipient who would go on to tend goal for the U.S. at the 1984 Winter Olympics. February 17, 1984. Sparked by senior left winger Bob Lakso’s hat trick, UMD upends Wisconsin 4-2 at the Duluth Arena to secure its first WCHA title.The Bulldogs had dedicated the season to athletic director Ralph Romano, who died of a heart attack while watching a UMD-Denver game at the Duluth Arena three months earlier.

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March 12, 1971 - Center Pat Boutette rams in a rebound for his second goal of the game seven minutes into overtime to give the Bulldogs a 4-3 triumph over Michigan State in the opening round of the WCHA playoffs in Denver, CO. The victory is UMD’s first-ever in WCHA postseason play.

March 10, 1984. Forced to host a “home” series at Williams (Mariucci) Arena in Minneapolis due to a scheduling conflict with the Duluth Arena, the Bulldogs blitz North Dakota 8-1 before a near-capacity crowd of 7,297 in the first of a two-game WCHA playoff championship series. UMD goes on to defeat the Fighting Sioux, 12-6, in the total-goal set, becoming just the second team ever to claim league regular season and playoff titles in the same season.

November 3, 1978. Down 4-0 with just over 7:30 to play in regualtion, the Bulldogs stage, what the Duluth News-Tribune describes as a “Miracle Rally” by defeating visiting North Dakota 5-4 in overtime. Junior center and future All-American Mark Pavelich scores two of the Bulldogs’ four third period goals, including the equalizer with 0:02 on the clock and Dan Lempe’s goal at the 5:43 mark of overtime caps the comeback win.

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November 4, 1989. The Bulldogs equal their best start ever (8-0-0) by pounding Alaska Anchorage 7-1 at the DECC en route to receiving the No. 1 ranking in the WMPL-Radio national college hockey poll. March 3, 1991. All-American junior goaltender Chad Erickson establishes a then-team record when he makes his 64th consecutive start in the Bulldogs’ WCHA playoff series finale at Wisconsin. The 5-2 UMD setback marks his final outing with the Bulldogs as he later that month signed on with the National Hockey League’s New Jersey Devils.. February 27, 1993. The Bulldogs skate off with their third WCHA title by blanking visiting St. Cloud State 4-0 for their first shutout in 283 games. Junior left wing Chris Marinucci contributes two goals in the triumph while rookie netminder Taras Lendzyk turns aside all 18 Husky shots in recording his initial collegiate whitewash.

Head coach Mike Sertich and his UMD troops were the WCHA’s top dogs during both the 1983-84 (above) and 1984-85 seasons March 22, 1984. One week after derailing visiting Clarkson for their first NCAA playoff series win ever, the Bulldogs beat North Dakota in the semifinals of the NCAA Championships in Lake Placid, N.Y. The thrilling 2-1 overtime victory is sealed when sophomore All-American right winger Bill Watson scores off a Bob Lakso feed in front of the net at the 3:09 mark of the first extra session.

March 29, 1985. One day before he was to record his 109th point of the season (which, at the time, was an NCAA Division I record), junior right winger Bill Watson is bestowed with the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Watson, who had earlier been named the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player after leading that circuit in scoring for a second straight season, becomes the second Bulldog in as many years to receive the award.

March 23, 1984. Senior defenseman Tom Kurvers, who was chosen the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player earlier in the month, becomes the first Bulldog to win the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, which recognizes the most outstanding player in college hockey.

March 30, 1985. After losing a heartbreaking 5-4 triple-overtime decision the previous evening to eventual NCAA champion RPI., UMD rebounds with a 6-5 triumph in one overtime against Boston College to capture third place at the NCAA National Championships at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, MI.

March 24, 1984. Making its inaugural appearance in the finals of the NCAA Championships, UMD falls 5-4 in four overtimes to Bowling Green in Lake Placid, NY. The 97-minute, 11-second game was, at the time, the longest in NCAA post-season history. Bulldog freshman goaltender Rick Kosti turns back a tournament-record 55 shots in the setback.

March 1, 1986. In his final collegiate home appearance, sophomore right winger Brett Hull beats Northern Michigan netminder Dennis Jiannaris at the 15:38 mark of the third period in the Bulldogs’ WCHA quarterfinal playoff series with the Wildcats at the Duluth Arena for his 50th goal of the year (and fourth of the night). That eclipsed the previous Bulldog single-season record of 49 set three years earlier by Bill Watson. The All-WCHA right wing would go on to finish the year with 52 goals.

December 22, 1984. UMD concludes its six-day tour of the Soviet Union, thus becoming the first American collegiate ice hockey team to ever visit that country. The Bulldogs split a two-game exhibition series with the Junior Red Army in Leningrad and in Moscow during their historic voyage. February 16, 1985. The Bulldogs, behind a pair of goals from junior right winger Bill Watson, claim their second straight WCHA regular season crown by skating past Michigan Tech 4-3 at the Duluth Arena.

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March 25, 1985. Third-year Head Coach Mike Sertich is selected the WCHA’s Coach of the Year for an unprecedented third season in a row.

March 13, 1993. With a 4-0 victory and another Taras Lendzyk shutout, UMD sweeps Alaska Anchorage in the first round of the WCHA playoffs at the DECC and concludes the year with a 17-1-0 home record for a .944 winning percentage -- the best singleseason mark in school history. March 19, 1993. The Bulldogs steal the show at the annual WCHA Awards Banquet as senior center Derek Plante lands the league’s Player of the Year honor and fellow All-WCHA first team pick Brett Hauer, a senior defenseman, is named the Student-Athlete of the Year (a Bulldog first). Mike Sertich also becomes only the second individual to ever be chosen the WCHA’s Coach of the Year on four occasions. April 1, 1994. WCHA Player of the Year Chris Marinucci, who scored more points than any other collegian during the past two seasons, closes his UMD puck career by claiming the 1994 Hobey Baker Memorial Award. February 23, 1996. In what is believed to be a college hockey first, rookie wing Forrest “Woody” Glines scores his only collegiate goal on a penalty shot in a 5-1 home victory over Northern Michigan.

January 30, 1988. In a special in pre-game ceremony at the DECC (Duluth Arena), the UMD Department of Intercollegiate Athletics officially retires Keith “Huffer” Christiansen’s familar No. 9 jersey, marking the first time the school has bestowed any of its athletes with that honor. February 25, 1989. Junior Dale Jago scores one goal and assists on another in a 6-3 WCHA playoff loss to Northern Michigan in Marquette. In the process, Jago finishes first among his teammates in scoring and thus becomes the first full-time Bulldog defenseman to ever do so.

Brett Hull


March 19, 1998. After injuring his ankle in the previous day’s practice, senior workhorse Brant Nicklin is scratched from the lineup for the WCHA Final Five opener with St. Cloud State and thus ends a string of 76 straight starts in goal (a streak unmatched until the 2008-09 season by any NCAA netminder). April 18, 2000. One month after receiving the WCHA’s Student-Athlete of the Year Award, senior center Jeff Scissons is named a GTE Academic All-American (first team) -- the first UMD athlete to ever be so honored. Scissons, who never missed a game (153 outings, which at the time was an NCAA record and remains the top ironman mark in team history) during his four years at UMD, went on to graduate later that spring with a 3.91 cumulative grade point average while majoring in finance. March 22, 2003. UMD gets goals from six different players in a 6-4 victory over Minnesota State University-Mankato to capture third place at the WCHA Final Five tournament at St. Paul’s Excel Energy Center. Although he’s held pointless that afternoon, center Tim Stapleton still finishes first among Bulldogs in scoring, becoming only the third freshman (NCAA I era) ever, and first in 26 years, to do so. UMD concludes the year as one of college hockey’s hottest clubs, going unbeaten in 12 of its last 16 outings. February 21, 2004. Junior left winger Marco Peluso scores three times (all on the power play, matching a UMD single-game mark) for his first collegiate hat trick, and, in the process, sparks the Bulldogs to a 5-3 WCHA triumph over host Colorado College. The victory extends UMD’s unbeaten streak to a school-record 14 games.

Rapids, Mich. Forwards Evan Schwabe, Luke Stauffacher and Jesse Unklesbay each collect a goal in the victory -- UMD’s fifth in six tries against the Gophers that winter -- and junior goaltender Isaac Reichmuth turns aside 22 of 23 shots en route to being tabbed the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. April 8, 2004. For the first time in over a year, UMD fails to hold on to a lead heading into the third period and drops a heartbreaking 5-3 decision to the University of Denver in the semifinal round of the Frozen Four in Boston, Mass. In his collegiate swan song, senior Junior Lessard scores twice for the Bulldogs, who possessed a 3-1 advantage at the second intermission before surrendering four answered goals in the final 18 minutes of play. UMD came into the tourney boasting a 25-0-1 record in games in which it led after two periods that winter. April 9, 2004. Junior Lessard puts the exclamation point on a marvelous senior season by being presented with the Hobey Baker Memorial Award -- the fourth Bulldog to win college hockey’s most coveted individual prize. The first Quebec native to ever lace up a pair of skates at UMD, Lessard paced the country in scoring (63 points), goals (32) and power play tallies (14) from his right wing post and was selected to the NCAA All-American first team as well as the national Player of the Year by both insidecollegehockey.com and USCHO.com. Oct. 25, 2004. UMD finds itself occupying the No. 1 spot in a national men’s hockey poll --a place it hadn’t been since November 1989 -- as both the folks from uscho. com/CSTV and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine tab the 5-0-1 Bulldogs as their top dog. Three weeks earlier, UMD was voted as the WCHA favorite by league coaches in the 34th annual Grand Forks Herald preseason poll -- a first for the Bulldog program. February 3, 2006. Nearly two decades after he last dazzled college hockey fans

with his goal-scoring wizardry, Brett Hull returns to his old hockey stomping grounds -- the DECC -- to have his jersey number (29) retired during the Bulldogs’ WCHA clash with Wisconsin. Hull, who still owns a number of UMD scoring records, hung up his National Hockey League skates earlier that year as its third all-time leading goal producer behind icons Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe. He joins fellow puckster Keith “Huffer” Christiansen as the only two UMD male athletes to ever be so honored. March 21, 2009. UMD becomes the first play-in game participant to capture the WCHA Final Five title in the 17-year history of that event by blanking the University of Denver 4-0. The WCHA playoff crown is the Bulldogs’ third ever, but first since 1984-85. Junior goaltender Alex Stalock is named the Final Five’s Most Valuable Player after stopping 90 of 91 shots in the three games and posting back to back shut outs -- a UMD program first. March 27, 2009. In what became known as the “Miracle at Mariucci” the Bulldogs score twice in the final 40 second of regulation and go on to nip Princeton University 5-4 in overtime in the NCAA West Region semifinals. Trailing 4-2, goals by UMD rookie center Jack Connolly and sophomore defenseman Evan Oberg (with just .8 seconds to play) send the game into overtime before freshman left winger Mike Connolly puts an end to the evening by scoring on the power play at 13:39 of the extra session. A partisan UMD crowd of 7,187 at Minnesota’s Mariucci Arena are on hand to witness perhaps the most astonishing comeback in Bulldog history.

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March 15, 1998. Basically left for dead and down 4-0 with less than 14 minutes remaining in regulation, the Bulldogs rally to defeat the University of Minnesota 5-4 in the third and deciding game of their best-of-three WCHA playoff series at the DECC. Five different Bulldogs score in the victory, including senior Mike Peluso whose goal 10:49 into the extra session caps the comeback and gives UMD its first-ever overtime win over the Gophers.

March 28, 2009. The longest post-season winning streak in UMD’s 65-year history comes to an end as the Bulldogs fall 2-1 to the Miami University in the NCAA West Region championship. The Bulldogs, who defeated five straight Top 15 clubs during that stretch in Colorado College (twice), the University of Minnesota, the University of North Dakota, the University of Denver and Princeton University, conclude the

March 18, 2004. UMD’s prodigious regular season does not go unnoticed as two of the WCHA’s major honors are bestowed on Bulldogs at the league’s Awards Banquet. Senior wing Junior Lessard is chosen the WCHA’s Player of the Year -- the seventh Bulldog to be so recognized -- after topping that circuit in both scoring and goals while Scott Sandelin lands the WCHA Coach of the Year Award after he directed UMD to its highest league finish (second place) in 11 years. Sandelin would go on to also lay claim to the Spencer Penrose Award as the NCAA I Coach of the Year, joining Mike Sertich (1983-84) as the only two Bulldog bosses to win that particular piece of hardware. March 28, 2004. In the first NCAA playoff meeting ever between the two archrivals, the Bulldogs ambush two-time defending national champion Minnesota 3-1 to seize the NCAA Midwest Regional title in Grand

As far as the Bulldogs are concerned, victories over the University of Minnesota are always sweet, but none perhaps any sweeter than the one they hung on their long-time arch rivals (a 3-1 decision) in the 2004 Midwest Regional title game.

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Mike Connolly, attains second team aclaim. Jack Connolly becomes just the sixth Bulldog ever -- and first in 25 years -- to receive All-American honors on more than one occasion. April 9, 2011. One day after being bestowed with the Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award, Kyle Schmidt is anything but unsung in the NCAA Frozen Four championship. The the senior left winger scores 3:22 into overtime, propelling UMD to a 3-2 victory over the the University of Michigan, and, after a 67-year wait, give the Bulldogs their first national title. Junior defenseman Brady Lamb assists on three of the four UMD goals, including Schmidt’s game-winner, and junior center Travis Oleksuk turns in a two-point night for the Bulldogs, who were appearing in their second title game ever (the other coming 27 years ago). Rookie right winger J.T. Brown is chosen the Frozen Four’s Most Valuable Player and joins Schmidt and freshman defenseman Justin Faulk on the All-Tournament Team. UMD skated off with 2009 WCHA Final Five championship by rolling up three victories in as many days -- the first club to ever win the event that way. year ranked eighth in both major national polls. The loss is the collegiate finale for All-American junior goaltender Alex Stalock, who set UMD single-season marks for both goals against average (2.13) and saves percentage (.924) and became just the second Bulldog ever -- and first since Rick Kosti in 1984-85 -- to hold the title as the WCHA’s goals against average leader. April 13, 2009. Groundbreaking begins on UMD’s new $80 million, 6,764-seat hockey home, which is scheduled for completion in 20 months. The state-of-the-art facility, located just a few hundred feet from the DECC will employ over 300 workers during its construction. December 4, 2010. After 44 years and nearly 900 games, UMD (adorned in its classic 1966-era throwback jerseys) farewell to the DECC -- and do so in style -- by turning back the University of Denver 2-1. The introduction of the 20-member All-DECC Team is among the highlights of the historic night, which is capped off with an emotional post-game ceremony featuring some 100-plus past and present Bulldogs.

high-scoring Union College the previous evening, stops 62 of 65 shots during the weekend en route to being named the East Regional’s Most Valuable Player. April 7, 2011. Four different Bulldogs score goals and rookie defenseman Justin Faulk and senior right winger Justin Fontaine each add three assists to propel UMD past the University of Notre Dame 4-3 in the NCAA Frozen Four semifinals. The Bulldogs, playing before a somewhat hometown crowd of 19,139 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, go 3-for-6 on the power play and stymie the Fighting Irish on all five of their man advantage opportunities. April 8, 2011. Junior center Jack Connolly, who earlier in the spring was chosen a Top 10 Finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, is named to the All-American first team while his linemate, junior right winger

Oct. 21, 2011. The Bulldogs get a pair of goals from senior center Travis Oleksuk and turn back Providence College 5-2 at AMSOIL Arena. It marks the start of a school-record 17-game unbeaten streak (14-0-3), which runs nearly three months until a 5-2 setback at the University of Nebraska Omaha on Jan. 14. From Dec. 5 to Jan. 30 -- a program best seven weeks, UMD also resides atop both the USCHO. com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls past seven weeks. a Bulldog club has ever have occupied the No. 1 spot in any national poll (they enjoyed three-week runs as the nation’s top dog in 2010-11 and in 1985-86) Jan. 20, 2012. For the seventh straight week, UMD finds itself residing atop both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls. It’s the longest strech a Bulldog club has ever have occupied the No. 1 spot in any national rankings (they enjoyed three-week runs as the country’s top dog in 2010-11 and in 1985-86).

December 30, 2010. A capacity crowd of 6,764 -- the largest gathering to ever to take in a UMD home game -- watches North Dakota blank the Bulldogs 5-0 and spoil AMSOIL Arena’s long-anticipated grand opening party. The Sioux, who blew the game open by scoring three times in a span of 74 seconds late in the second period, become the first team to hold UMD scoreless in Duluth since March 21, 2008.

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March 26, 2011. In a battle of Bulldogs, UMD outlasts No. 1 ranked Yale University 5-3 in the NCAA East Regional final to punch its ticket to the program’s fourth Frozen Four. UMD gets four goals from its specialty teams in the victory, which is played in Yale’s backyard at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn. UMD junior goaltender Kenny Reiter, who posted his sixth career shutout in a 2-0 triumph over

Jack Connolly and the 2010-11 Bulldogs celebrated their 50th year of Division I hockey in the best way possible -- by capturing the programs first national title.


March 9, 2013. In UMD’s farewell regular WCHA regular season appearance, senior goaltender Aaron Crandall turns aside all 32 shots the University of Nebraska-Omaha sends his way and junior right winger Joe Basaraba scores twice in a 6-0 triumph over the Mavericks at AMSOIL Arena. After a 43-year run in the WCHA, the Bulldogs will join the upstart National Collegiate Hockey Conference beginning with the 2013-14 season. October 24, 2014. Bill Watson becomes the third Bulldog to have his jersey retired (No. 14), joining former teammate Brett Hull and Keith “Huffer” Christiansen in that exclusive club. Watson, who owns the distinction of being the only individual to play and coach in a NCAA Frozen Four championship game with the Bulldogs, won the Hobey Baker Memorial Award in his third, and final season at UMD in 1984-85.

March 18, 2017. Rookie right winger Joey Anderson’s 5-on-3 power play goal with with 51 seconds remaining in regulation lifts UMD to a wild 4-3 victory over North Dakota in the title game of the NCHC Frozen Faceoff at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn. In the process of capturing its first NCHC playoff championship, the Bulldogs place four players on the six-member All-Tournament Team, including Dominic Toninato, Neal Poink, Hunter Miska and Alex Iafallo, who is named the event’s Most Valuable Player. March 25, 2017. After falling in the regional title game in each of the past two seasons, UMD finally got over the proverbial hump by taking down Boston University 3-2 in overtime in the West Regional final in Fargo, N.D. Sophomore center Adam Johnson scored on the power play just 1:57 into the extra session to seal the deal as he and the Bulldogs qualified for the NCAA Frozen Four for the fifth time in program history -and the first time since they won it all back in 2010-11. Freshmen goaltender Hunter Miska, who made a career-high 40 stops in one night earlier while backstopping the Bulldogs to a 3-2 overtime triumph over Ohio State in the semifinals, lands West Region Most Valuable Player honors. He is joined on the six-member All-Tournament Team by Joey Anderson as well as Willie Raskob, and Alex Iafallo.

April 8, 2017 UMD’s bid for a second national title comes up just short at Chicago’s United Center where Denver holds on for a 3-2 victory in the NCAA Frozen Four championship. The Bulldogs outshoot their NCHC rivals 17-3 in the final period of play after going into the second intermission down 3-1. The loss was just the Bulldogs’ second in their last 21 games (16-2-3) and put the clamps on their eight-game winning streak. UMD also came into the night having won seven straight postseason contests, a program record. Alex Iafallo, one of seven UMD seniors who were playing in their final game, is selected to the Frozen Four All-Tournament Team with Neal Pionk. Earlier that week, Iafallo became the Bulldogs’ 26th All-American.

October 31, 2014. Rookie UMD goaltender Kasimir Kaskisuo makes a save for the ages -- a behind-the-back glove stop that robbed Miami’s Cody Murphy of a goal at AMSOIL Arena. It is an instant hit on youtube, attracting over 650,000 hits

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April 6, 2012. Jack Connolly is named the recipient of the 2011-12 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, capping off the most decorated career ever turned in by a UMD puckster. The three-time All-American center from Duluth, who never missed a game in his four years at UMD. Connolly’s portfolio for 2011-12 also included selections as the Lowe Senior CLASS Award (a UMD first),the USA Hockey College Player of the Year Award,the Premier Player of College Hockey Award, the WCHA Player of the Year Award, and the uscho.com Player of the Year Award.

October 17, 2015. The largest crowd in AMSOIL Arena history (7,569) watch the Bulldogs complete a home-and-home sweep of arch-rival Minnesota with a 3-0 victory as netminder Kasimir Kaskisuo turns aside all 21 shots the No. 15 Gophers send his way. With the triumph, UMD runs its winning streak over Minnesota to a program-best six games. October 30, 2015. The No. 1 jersey of Glenn “Chico” Resch, a charter member of the UMD Athletic Hall of Fame and 13year NHL veteran, is retired in a pre-game ceremony at AMSOIL Arena. Resch was the first ex-Bulldog to appear in an NHL All-Star Game, doing so in 1976, 1977 and 1983 and patrolled the crease for 1979-80 Stanley Cup champion N.Y. Islanders. Jan. 6, 2017. Team USA posts a 5-4 shootout-round victory over Canada in the title game of the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championships at Montreal’s Bell Centre. That makes freshman Joey Anderson the first Bulldog to claim a gold medal at that event (he is the 14th UMD product to compete in the IIHF world juniors). Feb. 13, 2017. UMD checks in at No. 1 in the USCHO.com Poll for a final time in 2016-17. It’s the program-best 11th No. 1 ranking the Bulldogs received during the season.

The Bulldogs took home their first NCHC Frozen Faceoff championship after taking down arch-rival North Dakota in the 2017 title game.

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Pat Boutette (C) 1972-73

J.T. Brown (RW) 2011-12*

Ron Busniuk (C/D) 1969-70

Keith Christiansen (C) 1966-67

Matt Christensen (C) 1985-86*

Jack Connolly (C) 2009-10*, 2010-11, 2011-12

Mike Connolly (LW) 2010-11*

Chad Erickson (G) 1989-90

Mike DeAngelis (D) 1987-88*

Beau Geisler (D) 2003-04*

Curt Giles (D) 1977-78, 1978-79

Brett Hauer (D) 1992-93

Bob Hill (D) 1965-66

Alex Iaffalo (LW) 2016-17

Murray Keogan (C) 1969-70


Norm Maciver (D) 1983-84*, 1984-85, 1985-86

Bill Watson (RW) 1983-84, 1984-85

Tom Kurvers (D) 1983-84

Bob Lakso (LW) 1983-84*

Chris Marinucci (LW) 1993-94

Mark Pavelich (C) 1978-79

Walt Ledingham (LW) 1970-71, 1971-72

Derek Plante (C) 1992-93

Junior Lessard (RW) 2003-04

Alex Stalock (G) 2008-09

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Rick Kosti (G) 1983-84*, 1984-85

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2011-12 Center Duluth, Minn.

Junior Lessard

2003-04 Right Wing St. Joseph deBeauce, Quebec

Chris Marinucci

On April 6, 2012, Jack Connolly put an exclamation point -- a huge exclamation point -- on the most decorated playing career in UMD hockey history when he was bestowed with the 2011-12 Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

Twenty years after Tom Kurvers walked off with the University of Minnesota Duluth’s initial Hobey Baker Memorial Award, another remarkably gifted athlete who also sported the familiar No. 22 Bulldog sweater followed suit.

He was certainly no flash in the pan, but then again, he’ll be the first to admit that he was no flash, either.

All-American. NCAA champion. Hometown hero. And now this.

Indeed, on April 9, 2004, Junior Lessard, who was born and raised in the Frenchspeaking quarters of Quebec, capped off a memorable senior season by being bestowed with college hockey’s highest honor. Lessard’s list of accomplishments during his final collegiate go-around would certainly do any of the previous 23 Hobey Baker Memorial winners proud. The fiery redhead topped the NCAA in scoring (63), goals (32), and power play tallies while helping lead the Bulldogs to their first NCAA Frozen Four appearance in nearly a generation and a 28-13-4 overall record. Besides being selected as both the uscho.com and insidecollegehockey. com national Player of the Year, Lessard also was an American Hockey Coaches Association All-American first team honoree and a member of the all-tournament team at the NCAA Frozen Four as well as at the NCAA Midwest Regional. A little less than two weeks after his college play days were over, Lessard signed a free agent contract with the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars.

Jack Connolly

“I think Jack epitomizes what the award is about,” said UMD head coach Scott Sandelin after his prized pupil became the program’s fifth hobey baker winner. “Obviously, he was tremendous leader and an offensive catalyst for our team since his arrival here. He had a remarkable career and an even more remarkable seniors season. But most of all, Jack has always represented our program in a first-class way -- on the rink, in the classroom and in the community.” The first Bulldog to ever be named a Hobey Baker Memorial Award Top 10 Finalist twice and the first to earn All-WCHA first team status on three occasions, Connolly ranked second in the nation in both scoring (a career-high 60 points -- the most by any Bulldog in eight years) and assists (40) during his farewell collegiate go-around. For his efforts, he attained All-American recognition for a third time, something only one other Bulldog -- defenseman Norm Maciver (1983-86) had ever done before. The 2011-12 WCHA Player of the Year and this year’s recipient of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award that same season, Connolly missed nary a shift during his four years with the Bulldogs, skating in a school-record 166 consecutive games. In 2011-12, he captained UMD to a 25-10-6 overall record, a second-place WCHA finish and its third NCAA tournament berth in the past four years. He served as an assistant team captain with the Bulldogs in 2010-11 when they skated away with the program’s first national championship.

But despite all of his on-ice successes, the one achievement that Lessard, UMD’s Outstanding Male Senior Athlete for 200304, takes perhaps the most pride in was realized on May 15, 2004 when he officially received his Bachelor of Arts degree from UMD in, of all areas of study, English.

1993-94 Left Wing/Center Grand Rapids, Minn.

“I’ve never considered myself to be a particularly electrifying type of player,” said Chris Marinucci upon receiving the 1994 Hobey Baker Memorial Award. “When people look back at my career at UMD, I guess I would just like to be remembered as a guy who went out everyday and just worked hard. That’s the kind of hockey player I always strived to be.” Marinucci, the first -- and only -- Hobey Baker Memorial Award recipient to skate on a sub-.500 team (the Bulldogs were 14-21-3 overall that winter and placed seventh in the 10-team WCHA), was showered with a host of other prominent honors as a senior in 1993-94. He was named the College Player of the Year by USA Hockey and the WCHA Player of the Year in addition to earning NCAA I All-American first team acclaim. Over his final two years of competition, Marinucci scored more points (138) than any other skater in the country while becoming just the fourth Bulldog to post backto-back 30-goal seasons. In 1993-94 as a UMD team captain, he finished first in the WCHA scoring race and racked up a team-leading 61 points overall. That spring, Marinucci earned UMD’s Outstanding Male Senior Athlete award and soon after began a lengthy professional playing career which included National Hockey League stints with the New York Islanders and Los Angeles Kings.


Jack Connolly 2011-12-Recipient 2010-11-Finalist Junior Lessard 2003-04 Recipient Chris Marinucci 1993-94 Recipient

Bill Watson

Tom Kurvers

1984-85 Right Wing Powerview, Manitoba

1983-84 Defenseman Bloomington, Minn.

It’s anybody’s guess what kind of further damage Bill Watson would have done to the Bulldog record books, not to mention the collective psyche of opposing goaltenders had he stayed for his fourth, and final, year of eligibility at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

No matter how many Hobey Baker Memorial Award winners the University of Minnesota Duluth goes on to produce, Bulldog fans will always hold a special place in their heart for Tom Kurvers for one distinct reason: He was the first.

Watson bid a premature farewell to the collegiate ranks at the conclusion of 198485 season after he had become the first — and only to date — Bulldog to crack the 100-point plateau. Watson, who racked up a then-NCAA record 109 points, was selected the WCHA’s Most Valuable Player as a junior after pacing that circuit in scoring for a second straight season. Watson also established club single-season marks for assists (60), multiple-point games (36) while also piecing together an unprecedented 33-game scoring streak (after he was held scoreless by Northeastern University on Dec. 15 of that year he proceeded to pick up at least one point in each of the next 19 contests). For his career, he finished with 210 points in just 108 outings for a schoolrecord 1.94 points per game average. Watson, a two-time All-American, skated four seasons with the National Hockey League’s Chicago Blackhawks and, in 1986-87, received the Emery Edge Award for having the best plus-minus rating of any Chicago skater. After putting the wraps on his playing days the late 1980s, Watson served as the head hockey coach at the College of St. Scholastica and as an assistant with the Western Michigan University program. He is currently is a volunteer on the Bulldog hockey staff.

As a senior in 1983-84, Kurvers captained the Bulldogs to their first-ever Western Collegiate Hockey Association regular season and playoff titles. That magical season came to end in March, just one day after Kurvers was officially named the fourth Hobey Baker Award recipient, when the Bulldogs fell 5-4 in four overtimes to Bowling Green State University in the NCAA championship game. Kurvers, who attained All-American first team status that winter, paced all WCHA defensemen in scoring en route to being chosen the WCHA’s Player of the Year. He scored more goals (43) and more points (192) than any other blueliner in team history and closed out his playing days ranking six on UMD’s career scoring charts. Selected UMD’s Outstanding Male Senior Athlete in 1983-84, Kurvers went on to enjoy an 11-year National Hockey League career while skating with seven different clubs — Montreal, Buffalo, New Jersey, Toronto, the New York Islanders, Vancouver, and Anaheim. He later spent 10 years in the Phoenix Coyotes front office (and served as an assistant coach with that NHL club during the 2003-04 sseason) and is now the assistant general manager for the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Derek Plante 1992-93 Finalist Brett Hull 1985-86 Finalist Norm Maciver 1985-86 Finalist Bill Watson 1984-85 Recipient Tom Kurvers 1983-84 Recipient

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The Hobey Baker Memorial Award has been presented annually since 1981 to the most outstanding college hockey player in the United States. No other school in the nation has produced as many winners of this prestigious honor than UMD. On top of the five recipients, four Bulldogs have been named Hobey Baker Memorial Award finalists:

Derek Plante

Norm Maciver

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Player Team(s) Season(s) Greg Andrusak Pittsburgh, Toronto 5 Pat Boutette Toronto, Hartford, Pittsburgh 10 J.T. Brown Tampa Bay 5 Ron Busniuk Buffalo 2 Mike Connolly Colorado Avalanche 1 Chad Erickson New Jersey 1 Justin Faulk Carolina 5 Jesse Fibiger San Jose 1 Rusty Fitzgerald Pittsburgh 2 Justin Fontaine Minnesota Wild 3 Jason Garrison Florida, Vancouver, Tampa Bay 9 Curt Giles Minnesota North Stars, NY Rangers, St. Louis 14 Guy Gosselin Winnipeg 1 Brett Hauer Edmonton, Nashville 3 Mark Heaslip NY Rangers, Los Angeles 3 Rick Heinz St. Louis, Vancouver 5 Phil Hoene Los Angeles 3 Greg Hubick Toronto, Vancouver 2 Brett Hull Calgary, St. Louis, Dallas, Detroit, Arizona 19 Jim Johnson Pittsburgh, Minnesota North Stars, Dallas, Washington, Arizona 13 Tom Kurvers Montreal, Buffalo, New Jersey, Toronto,Vancouver, NY Islanders, 11 Ahaheim Dave Langevin NY Islanders, Minnesota North Stars, Los Angeles 8 Walt Ledingham Chicago, NY Islanders 3 Junior Lessard Dallas, Tampa Bay 2 Chris Lindberg Calgary, Quebec 3 Norm Maciver NY Rangers, Hartford, Edmonton, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Winnipeg, 12 Arizona Chris Marinucci NY Islanders, Los Angeles 3 Bob Mason Washington, Chicago, Quebec, Vancouver 8 Jerome Mrazek Philadelphia 1 Rick Mrozik Calgary 1 Rick Newell Detroit 2 Matt Niskanen Dallas, Pittsburgh, Washington 10 Evan Oberg Vancouver, Tampa Bay 3 Dylan Olsen Chicago, Florida 4 Mark Pavelich NY Rangers, Minnesota North Stars, San Jose 7 Mike Peluso Chicago, Philadelphia 2 Derek Plante Buffalo, Dallas, Chicago, Philadelphia 8 Shjon Podein Edmonton, Philadelphia, Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis 11 Mason Raymond Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Ahaheim 10 Glenn Resch NY Islanders, Colorado Rockies, New Jersey, Philadelphia 14 Jon Rohloff Boston 3 Jay Rosehill Toronto, Philadelphia 5 MacGregor Sharp Ahaheim 1 Alex Stalock San Jose, Minnesota Wild 6 Tim Stapleton Toronto, Atlanta, Winnipeg 4 Sean Toomey Minnesota North Stars 1 Dennis Vaske NY Islanders, Boston 9 Bill Watson Chicago 4 Craig Weller Arizona, Minnesota Wild 2 Larry Wright Philadelphia, California, Detroit 5

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Bulldog Bit • • • During the course of the 1994-95 season, a record 11 UMD alumni appeared in National Hockey League games. In 2011-12, nine exBulldogs did so. Former Bulldogs have suited up for all but one of the current 31 NHL franchises -- the Columbus Blue Jackets.


Year Round No. 1983 6 113 1987 5 100 2016 3 73 2017 4 103 1988 5 88 1974 14 219 2010 3 69 1988 11 224 1990 8 176 1972 9 139 1991 5 107 2011 5 130 1991 3 63 1986 9 156 1982 8 176 1983 9 182 2004 7 205 2009 3 89 1983 4 76 1988 7 138 2010 2 37 1998 7 187 1983 9 167 1991 2 38 1975 16 212 2006 6 179 2004 8 253 2005 2 61 1978 3 54 1982 8 160 1982 8 159 2004 8 255 1990 10 193 1989 4 71 1977 8 137 2010 5 142 1987 9 181 1971 4 53 1984 6 117 1985 8 156 1983 6 117 1985 4 70 1983 6 104 1985 8 153 1989 5 85 1990 10 207 1970 2 23 2007 7 192 1986 7 128 1981 10 145 Year Round No.

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Bulldog Bit • • • More UMD alumni have skated for the Dallas Stars/Minnesota North Stars than any NHL club

J.T. Brown

Justin Fontaine

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Player Bob Alexander Darrin Amundson Joey Anderson Mikey Anderson Greg Andrusak Craig Arvidson Joe Basaraba Scott Billey Joe Biondi Pat Boutette Jerome Butler Tony Cameranesi Brian Caruso Barry Chyzowski Matt Christensen Dave Cowan Mike Curry Dan DeLisle Brian Durand Chad Erickson Justin Faulk Jesse Fibiger Bruce Fishback Rusty Fitzgerald Tom Funke Jordan Fulton Travis Gawryletz Michael Gergen Curt Giles Brian Glynn Guy Gosselin Matt Greer Greg Hanson Brett Hauer Keith Hendrickson Caleb Herbert Shawn Howard Greg Hubick Brett Hull John Hyduke Darin Illikainen Pat Janostin Brian Johnson Ross Johnson Kevin Kaiser Mark Kettelhut Murray Keogan Scott Kishel Sean Krakiwsky Tom Kurvers Player

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Team Players Dallas Stars/Minnesota N. Stars 8 Toronto Maple Leafs 7 Vancouver Canucks 7 Philadelphia Flyers 7 Chicago Blackhawks 6 Arizona Coyotes/Winnipeg Jets 6 Pittsburgh Penguins 6 New York Islanders 6 The Dallas Stars/Minnesota North Stars have also drafted more Bulldogs than any NHL franchise. Team Drafted Dallas Stars/Minnesota N. Stars 11 NY Rangers 8 Philadelphia Flyers 7 Montreal Canadiens 7 Calgary/Atlanta Flames 6 Chicago Blackhawks 6 Los Angeles Kings 6 New York Islanders 6

Alex Stalock Mason Raymond

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ALL-TIME PAGE INFORMATION BULLDOG NHLGOES DRAFT HERE PICKS

Glenn “Chico” Resch

Derek Plante

Shjon Podein

Bob Lakso Dave Langevin Walt Ledingham Brett Larson Dan Lempe Tom Lorentz Billy Lund Chris Marinucci David McDonald Matt McKnight Josh Meyers Kris Miller Bill Moen Jerome Mrazek Rick Mrozik Darren Nauss Brian Nelson Matt Niskanen Dylan Olsen Drew Olson Corey Osmak Stan Palmer Jeff Parrott Mike Peluso Avery Peterson Sergei Petrov Neil Petruic Jim Plankers Derek Plante Shjon Podein Mason Raymond Jon Rohloff Jeff Romfo Jay Rosehill John Rothstein Dylan Samberg Kent Sauer Pat Scanlon Jeff Scissons Terry Shold Carson Soucy Sandy Smith Jim Sprenger Alex Stalock Mike Stevens Nick Swaney Max Tardy Joe Tamminen Dominic Toninato Sean Toomey Doug Torrel Riley Tufte Dennis Vaske Bill Watson Andy Welinski Craig Weller Larry Wright

1980 1974 1970 1990 1977 1984 1990 1990 1979 2004 2005 1987 1974 1971 1993 1987 1984 2005 2009 2008 1990 1977 1990 1994 2013 1993 2001 1982 1989 1988 2005 1988 1992 2003 1976 2017 1998 1986 1996 1985 2013 1986 1983 2005 1970 2017 2009 1991 2012 1983 1987 2016 1986 1982 2011 2000 1971

9 6 4 11 6 11 12 5 6 9 7 4 6 8 6 10 8 1 1 4 9 13 6 10 6 8 8 11 8 8 2 9 10 7 7 2 4 9 8 10 5 5 7 4 4 7 7 4 5 7 4 1 2 4 3 5 1

184 112 56 213 92 223 235 90 120 280 206 80 100 106 136 198 161 28 28 118 183 177 106 253 167 206 235 226 161 166 51 186 226 227 115 43 88 177 202 192 137 88 137 112 65 209 202 82 126 136 66 25 38 70 83 167 8

Minnesota North Stars New York Islanders Chicago Blackhawks Detroit Red Wings Colorado Rockies New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers New York Islanders Hartford Whalers Dallas Stars Los Angeles Kings Montreal Canadiens Atlanta Flames Philadelphia Flyers Dallas Stars Quebec Nordiques New York Rangers Dallas Stars Chicago Blackhawks Columbus Blue Jackets Hartford Whalers Montreal Canadiens Quebec Nordiques Calgary Flames Minnesota Wild Chicago Blackhawks Ottawa Senators Buffalo Sabres Buffalo Sabres Edmonton Oilers Vancouver Canucks Boston Bruins Minnesota North Stars Tampa Bay Lightning Chicago Blackhawks Winnipeg Jets Nashville Predators New York Rangers Vancouver Canucks New Jersey Devlis Minnesota Wild Pittsburgh Penguins New York Islanders San Jose Sharks St. Louis Blues Minnesota Wild St. Louis Blues Pittsburgh Penguins Toronto Maple Leafs Minnesota North Stars Vancouver Canucks Dallas Stars New York Islanders Chicago Blackhawks Anaheim Ducks St. Louis Blues Philadelphia Flyers

Current Bulldogs Are Listed In Boldface Bulldog Bit • • • Six former Bulldogs have had their names engraved as players on the Stanley Cup:

•Brett Hull (Dallas, 1999 and Detroit, 2002) •Tom Kurvers (Montreal, 1986), •Dave Langevin (New York Islanders, 1980-83) •Derek Plante (Dallas, 1999) •Shjon Podein (Colorado, 2001) •Glenn “Chico” Resch (New York Islanders, 1980)

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In addition, three other UMD alumni -- Norm Maciver (Assistant General Manager-Chicago, 2010, 2013) and 2015, Tony Gasparini (Amateur Scout-Los Angeles, 2014), Wayne Smith (Director of Scouting-Boston, 2011) were also members of Stanley Cup-winning organizations.

John Rohloff Brett Hull


Bob Mason USA • 1984

Mike DeAngelis Italy • 1992, 1994, 1998

Curt Giles Canada • 1992

John Harrington USA • 1980, 1984

Brett Hauer USA • 1994

Chris Lindberg Canada • 1992

PAGE INFORMATION UMD OLYMPIANS GOES HERE

Brett Hull USA • 1998, 2002

Keith Christiansen USA • 1972

Mark Pavelich USA • 1980

Tom Milani Italy • 1984

Guy Gosselin USA • 1988, 1992

Justin Faulk USA • 2014 Bulldog Bit • • • Three years before taking over as the head coach at UMD, John “Connie” Pleban served in that same capacity with the U.S. Olympic Team and guided his troops to a silver medal at the 1952 Winter Games in Oslo, Norway. In addition, Grant Standbrook (1959-61) was a USA assistant coach at the 1976 Olympics.

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All-NCHC Selections FIRST TEAM

2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 SECOND TEAM 2010-11 2016-17 Hunter Miska, G 2009-10 2016-17 Neal Pionk, D 2008-09 2015-16 Andy Welinski, D 2006-07 2014-15 Andy Welinski, D 2006-07 2003-04 ALL-ROOKIE TEAM 2003-04 2016-17 Joey Anderson, F 2014-15 Kasimir Kaskisuo, G 2001-02 1993-94 2013-14 Alex Iafallo, LW 1992-93 NCHC DEFENSIVE FOR- 1992-93 1991-92 WARD OF THE YEAR 2016-17 Dominic Toninato, C 1989-90 1987-88 1985-86 NCHC SPORTSMAN1985-86 SHIP AWARD 2015-16 Cal Decowski, C 1984-85 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1978-79 1978-79 1977-78 1974-75 1970-71 1969-70 1969-70 1966-67

BULLDOG CONFERENCE PAGE INFORMATION AWARDGOES WINNERS HERE

2016-17 Alex Iafallo, LW

First Team Jack Connolly, C J.T. Brown, W Jack Connolly, C Mike Connolly, LW Jack Connolly, C Alex Stalock, G Matt Niskanen, D Mason Raymond, LW Beau Geisler, D Junior Lessard, RW Andy Reierson, D Chris Marinucci, LW Brett Hauer, D Derek Plante, C Greg Andrusak, D Chad Erickson, G Mike DeAngelis, D Brett Hull, RW Norm Maciver, D Rick Kosti, G Norm Maciver, D Bill Watson, RW Tom Kurvers, D Bill Watson, RW Bob Mason, G Curt Giles, D Mark Pavelich, C Curt Giles, D Gord McDonald, D Walt Ledingham, LW Ron Busniuk, C/D Murray Keogan, C Keith Christiansen, C

All-WCHA Selections 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2004-05 2003-04 2003-04 2001-02 1996-97 1996-97 1993-94 1992-93 1992-93 1991-92 1986-87 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1983-84 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1979-80 1976-77 1975-76 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71

Second Team Kenny Reiter, G Justin Fontaine, RW Justin Fontaine, RW Justin Fontaine, RW Evan Schwabe, C Isaac Reichmuth, G Evan Schwabe, C Judd Medak, LW Rick Mrozik, D Mike Peluso, C Brad Federenko, LW Chris Marinucci, RW Jon Rohloff, D Derek Plante, C Guy Gosselin, D Matt Christensen, C Tom Herzig, LW Matt Christensen, C Rick Kosti, G Bob Lakso, LW Norm Maciver, D Gregg Moore, RW Gregg Moore, RW Dan Lempe, C Dan Lempe, C Dave Langevin, D Tom Milani, RW Tom Milani, RW Gord McDonald, D Pat Boutette, LW Walt Ledingham, LW Glenn Resch, G

2011-12 2010-11 2008-09 2002-03 1997-98 1995-96 1995-96

Third Team# Travis Oleksuk, W Justin Faulk, D Josh Meyers, D Isaac Reichmuth, G Mike Peluso, C/RW Taras Lendzyk, G Mike Peluso, C

#Established in 1995-96

WCHA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2011-12 Jack Connolly, C 2003-04 Junior Lessard, RW 1993-94 Chris Marinucci, LW 1992-93 Derek Plante, C 1984-85 Bill Watson, RW 1983-84 Tom Kurvers, D 1982-83 Bob Mason, G 1966-67 Keith Christiansen, C

WCHA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

1996-97 1984-85 1983-84 1969-70

Brant Nicklin, G Brett Hull, RW Rick Kosti, G Murray Keogan, C

2012-13 2012-13 2010-11 2010-11 2008-09 2006-07 2005-06 2002-03 1997-98 1996-97 1996-97 1994-95 1993-94

Andy Welinski, D Tony Cameranesi, C Justin Faulk, D J.T. Brown, RW Mike Connolly, LW Alex Stalock, G Mason Raymond, LW Isaac Reichmuth, G Ryan Coole, D Curtis Doell, D Brant Nicklin G Mike Peluso, C Brad Federenko, RW

WCHA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM

WCHA STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

1999-00 Jeff Scissons, C 1992-93 Brett Hauer, D

WCHA 3-STAR PLAYER OF THE GAME*

Alex Iafallo

1989-90 Chad Erickson, G

*Award existed for one year Derek Plante

Evan Schwabe

BULLDOG NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS/HALL OF FAME HONOREES Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees Brett Hull (2009) U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees Keith “Huffer” Christiansen (2005) Brett Hull (2008) Dave Langevin (1993) Connie Pleban (1990) USA Hockey College Player of the Year Jack Connolly (2011-12) • Recipient Chris Marinucci (1993-94) • Recipient Derek Plante (1992-93) • Recipient

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Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award Jack Connolly (2011-12) • Recipient Andrew Carroll (2008-09) • Finalist

Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award Kyle Schmidt (2010-11) • Recipient Brenden Kotyk (2010-11) • Finalist Mike Richter Award Hunter Miska (2016-17) • Top 5 Finalist Spencer-Penrose Coach of the Year Scott Sandelin (2016-17) • Finalist Scott Sandelin (2010-11) • Finalist Scott Sandelin (2003-04) • Recipient Mike Sertich (1984-85) • Finalist Mike Sertich (1983-84) • Recipient Kyle Schmidt


NCHC/WCHA All-Academic Team Honorees 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2006-07 2005-06 2005-06 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05

Luke McManus* Kenny Reiter* Wade Bergman Jack Connolly Aaron Crandall* Dan DeLisle Keegan Flaherty* Justin Fontaine David Grun Chad Huttel Kenny Reiter* Kyle Schmidt* Drew Akins Rob Bordson* Justin Fontaine David Grun Brady Hjelle* Chad Huttel Kenny Reiter* Chase Ryan Kyle Schmidt* Rob Bordson* Andrew Carroll Justin Fontaine Michael Gergen Matt Greer* Chad Huttel Kenny Reiter* Chase Ryan Kyle Schmidt* MacGregor Sharp Andrew Carroll Jason Garrison Michael Gergen Matt Greer* Matt McKnight Trent Palm Chase Ryan MacGregor Sharp Andrew Carroll Jason Garrison Michael Gergen Matt Greer Matt Niskanen Mason Raymond MacGregor Sharp Dan Carlson Isaac Reichmuth Josh Miskovich Neil Petruic Evan Schwabe Luke Stauffacher

2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2003-04 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98

Tyler Brosz Steve Czech Jay Hardwick Josh Miskovich Neil Petruic Evan Schwabe Luke Stauffacher Jesse Unklesbay Nick Anderson Brett Hammond Jay Hardwick Junior Lessard Neil Petruic Evan Schwabe Luke Stauffacher Jesse Unklesbay Adam Coole Matt Mathias Judd Medak Andy Reierson Ryan Coole Mark Gunderson Ryan Homstol Matt Mathias Judd Medak Andy Reierson Colin Anderson Mark Carlson Ryan Coole Jesse Fibiger Mark Gunderson Ryan Homstol Judd Medak Ryan Nosan Andy Reierson Jeff Scissons Colin Anderson Richie Anderson Ryan Coole Bert Gilling Mark Gunderson Ryan Homstol Ryan Nosan Jeff Scissons Colin Anderson Curtis Doell Ken Dzikowski Bert Gilling Laird Lidster Mike Peluso Joe Rybar Jeff Scissons

1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1988-89 1988-89 1988-89 1988-89 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1984-85 1984-85 1983-84 1983-84 1982-83 1982-83 1982-83

Bert Gilling Laird Lidster Mike Peluso Joe Rybar Max Wikman Chet Culic Greg Hanson Taras Lendzyk Laird Lidster Mike Peluso Joe Rybar Chet Culic Brett Larson Taras Lendzyk Chet Culic Brett Larson Taras Lendzyk Jeff Romfo Joe Biondi Brian Caruso Rusty Fitzgerald Brett Hauer Brett Larson Brad Penner Derek Plante Greg Andrusak Joe Biondi Jason Bortolussi Brian Caruso Steve Cronkhite Brett Hauer Brett Nelson Marty Olson Jason Bortolussi Brett Hauer Scott Keller Darren Nauss Scott Keller Darren Nauss Shjon Podein Darrin Amundson Scott Keller Darren Nauss Shjon Podein Mike DeAngelis John Hyduke Shjon Podein Stu Plante Pat Scanlon Skeeter Moore Jim Sprenger Bruce Fishback Mark Odnokon Mark Baron Bruce Fishback Jim Johnson Danny May Jim Johnson Tom Kurvers Dan Fishback Tom Kurvers Rob Murray

BULLDOG CONFERENCE ALL-ACADMEMIC HONOREES PAGE INFORMATION GOES HERE

2016-17 Joey Anderson 2016-17 Nick Deery 2016-17 Billy Exell 2016-17 Alex Iafallo 2016-17 Adam Johnson 2016-17 Brenden Kotyk 2016-17 Karson Kuhlman 2016-17 Parker Mackay 2016-17 Dan Molenaar# 2016-17 Avery Peterson 2016-17 Neal Pionk 2016-17 Willie Raskob 2016-17 Carson Soucy 2016-17 Sammy Spurell 2016-17 Jared Thomas 2015-16 Tony Cameranesi# 2015-16 Cal Decowski# 2015-16 Nick Deery 2015-16 Billy Exell 2015-16 Austin Farley 2015-16 Adam Johnson 2015-16 Alex Iafallo 2015-16 Brenden Kotyk 2015-16 Karson Kuhlman 2015-16 Parker Mackay# 2015-16 Dan Molenaar# 2015-16 Neal Pionk 2015-16 Willie Raskob 2015-16 Charlie Sampair 2015-16 Carson Soucy 2015-16 Sammy Spurrell 2015-16 Jared Thomas 2015-16 Dominic Toninato 2014-15 Tony Cameranesi 2014-15 Justin Crandall 2014-15 Cal Decowski 2014-15 Alex Fons 2014-15 Alex Iafallo 2014-15 Brenden Kotyk 2014-15 Adam Krause# 2014-15 Karson Kuhlman 2014-15 Matt McNeely 2014-15 Dan Molenaar 2014-15 Willie Raskob 2014-15 Charlie Sampair 2014-15 Sammy Spurrell 2014-15 Jared Thomas 2013-14 Tony Cameranesi 2013-14 Aaron Crandall 2013-14 Justin Crandall 2013-14 Cal Decowski 2013-14 Alex Fons 2013-14 Caleb Herbert 2013-14 Alex Iafallo 2013-14 Adam Krause# 2013-14 Luke McManus 2013-14 Dan Molenaar 2013-14 Willie Raskob 2013-14 Charlie Sampair 2013-14 Tim Smith 2013-14 Dominic Toninato 2012-13 Chris Casto 2012-13 Aaron Crandall* 2012-13 Justin Crandall* 2012-13 Keegan Flaherty 2012-13 Jake Hendrickson* 2012-13 Caleb Herbert 2012-13 Adam Krause* 2012-13 Luke McManus* 2012-13 Tim Smith* 2011-12 Jack Connolly 2011-12 Aaron Crandall* 2011-12 Keegan Flaherty* 2011-12 David Grun 2011-12 Jake Hendrickson

*WCHA Scholar-Athletes #NCHC Scholar-Athletes

Brett Hauer WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year (1992-93)

Jeff Scissons WCHA Student-Athlete of the Year (1999-2000)

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HUFFER CHRISTIANSEN AWARD

PAGE UMDINFORMATION TEAM AWARD GOES WINNERS HERE

(Most Valuable Player)

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Alex Iafallo 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57

Alex Iafallo Andy Welinski Kasimir Kaskisuo Aaron Crandall Mike Seidel Jack Connolly Mike Connolly Jack Connolly Alex Stalock Alex Stalock Mason Raymond Tim Stapleton Evan Schwabe Junior Lessard Isaac Reichmuth Judd Medak Tom Nelson Colin Anderson Brant Nicklin Mike Peluso Mike Peluso Taras Lendzyk Brad Federenko Chris Marinucci Derek Plante Derek Plante Derek Plante Chad Erickson John Hyduke Mike DeAngelis Guy Gosselin Norm Maciver Bill Watson Tom Kurvers Bob Mason Bill Oleksuk Gary DeGrio Keith Hendrickson Curt Giles Curt Giles, Rick Heinz Curt Giles Rick Heinz Gord McDonald Lyman Haakstad Pat Boutette Walt Ledingham, Jerome Mrazek Walt Ledingham Ron Busniuk Ron Busniuk Rick Newell Keith Christiansen Bob Hill Keith Christiansen Keith Christiansen Bill Lenardon John McCormick Bill Lenardon, Mike Mithrush Mike Haley Ron Pretlac Jerry Kleisinger Harvey Flaman

JERRY CHUMOLA AWARD (Rookie of the Year)

Hunter Miska 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64

Hunter Miska Neal Pionk Kasimir Kaskisuo Alex Iafallo Tony Cameranesi Caleb Herbert J.T. Brown Wade Bergman Mike Connolly Justin Fontaine Alex Stalock Mason Raymond Matt McKnight Josh Johnson Tim Stapleton Neil Petruic Beau Geisler Drew Otten Mark Carlson Ryan Homstol Brant Nicklin Bert Gilling Mike Peluso Brad Federenko Taras Lendzyk Rusty Fitzgerald Chris Marinucci Joe Biondi Jon Rohloff Jerry Chumola Dale Jago John Hyduke Brett Hull Rick Kosti Norm Maciver Jim Johnson Tom Kurvers Dan Fishback Bill Oleksuk Chris Knauff Dan Lempe Curt Giles Kirk Macivor Ernie Powell Tom Milani Gord McDonald Pat Boutette Murray Keogan Glenn Resch Ron Busniuk Bruce McLeod, Ron Forbes Dave LeBlanc None Named Keith Christiansen

GOLDIE WOLFE AWARD

THE MIKE SERTICH AWARD

Brenden Kotyk

Nick Wolff

(Most Inspirational Player)

2016-17 Brenden Kotyk 2015-16 Cal Decowski 2014-15 Adam Krause 2013-14 Adam Krause 2012-13 Drew Olson 2011-12 Jack Connolly 2010-11 Mike Connolly 2009-10 Drew Akins 2008-09 Mike Montgomery, Matt Greer 2007-08 Travis Gawryletz 2006-07 Jeff McFarland 2005-06 Andrew Carroll 2004-05 Josh Miskovich 2003-04 Josh Miskovich 2002-03 Luke Stauffacher 2001-02 Judd Medak 2000-01 Judd Medak, Michael Miskovich 1999-00 Brant Nicklin 1998-99 Tony Gasparini 1997-98 Tony Gasparini 1996-97 Brad Federenko 1995-96 Jeff Romfo 1994-95 Niklas Axelsson 1993-94 Kraig Karakas 1992-93 Brad Penner 1991-92 Doug Torrel 1990-91 Doug Torrel 1989-90 Shjon Podein 1988-89 Shjon Podein 1987-88 Joe DeLisle 1986-87 Joe DeLisle 1985-86 Mark Odnokon 1984-85 Mark Odnokon 1983-84 Mark Odnokon 1982-83 Dan Fishback 1981-82 Bill Oleksuk 1980-81 Davey Johnson 1979-80 Mitch Corbin 1978-79 John Harrington 1977-78 John Harrington 1976-77 Ernie Powell 1975-76 Mike Newton 1974-75 Jim Knapp 1973-74 Gord McDonald 1972-73 Lyman Haakstad 1971-72 Mark Heaslip 1970-71 Greg Hubick, David Roy

(Most Improved Player)

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69

Nick Wolff Parker Mackay Willie Corrin Dan Molenaar Cal Decowski Adam Krause Jake Hendrickson Rob Bordson Mike Montgomery Chad Huttel Josh Johnson, Trent Palm Nate Ziegelmann Travis Gawryletz, Jay Rosehill Evan Schwabe Brett Hammond Todd Smith Chad Kolar Tom Nelson Bert Gilling Shawn Pogreba Brant Nicklin Jeff Romfo Joe Ciccarello Brett Larson, Adam Roy Chris Marinucci Kraig Karakas Kevin Starren Shjon Podein Dennis Vaske Stu Plante Bob Alexander Sean Toomey Jim Toninato Mark Baron John Santori Mike Krensing Al Cleveland Tom Madson Bill Perkl John Harrington Steve Otis Rick Heinz Jim Knapp Mike Newton Mark Heaslip NA NA NA Mike Sertich

Bulldog Bit • • • Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-15), Isaac Reichmuth (2002-03) and Keith “Huffer” Christiansen (1963-64) are the only three freshmen to ever be selected UMD’s Most Valuable Player.


BOB JUNKERT AWARD

PAT FRANCISCO AWARD

(Outstanding Community Service)

Dominic Toninato

Brenden Kotyk

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Dominic Toninato Austin Farley Alex Iafallo Justin Crandall, Kyle Osterberg Tim Smith J.T. Brown Justin Fontaine Jack Connolly Mike Connolly Josh Meyers Mike Curry Travis Gawryletz Brett Hammond Tim Hambly Steve Czech Judd Medak Jesse Fibiger Colin Anderson Eric Ness Bert Gilling Curtis Doell Marc Christian Brad Federenko, Mike Peluso Chet Culic, Chris Marinucci, Rick Mrozik, Adam Roy Jeff Parrott Greg Andrusak Jeff Parrott Dennis Vaske Stu Plante Scott Keller Tom Lorentz Matt Christensen Bill Watson Matt Christensen John Santori Scott Carlston Tom Madson Glenn Kulyk Davey Johnson

2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89

Brenden Kotyk Matt McNeely Adam Krause Adam Krause Keegan Flaherty Jack Connolly Kyle Schmidt Drew Akins Andrew Carroll Matt McKnight Bryan McGregor Bryan McGregor Evan Schwabe Beau Geisler Jon Francisco Jon Francisco Ryan Coole Jeff Scissons Brant Nicklin Mike Peluso Rick Mrozik, Laird Lidster Tara Lendzyk Brett Larson Rod Miller Brad Penner Doug Torrel Scott Keller Shjon Podein Shjon Podein

The All-DECC Team

Duluth Hockey Company FAN FAVORITE AWARD

PAGE UMDINFORMATION TEAM AWARD GOES WINNERS HERE

(Best Plus/Minus Rating)

Dominic Toninato 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Dominic Toninato Austin Farley Alex Iafallo Kyle Osterberg Mike Seidel Kenny Reiter Kyle Schmidt Jack Connolly Alex Stalock Jason Garrison Mason Raymond

Name Pos Years Matt Christensen C 1982-86 “Huffer” Christiansen C 1963-67 Curt Giles D 1975-79 Guy Gosselin D 1982-87 To commemorate John Harrington W 1975-79 the end of UMD’s Brett Hauer D 1989-93 45-year run at the Brett Hull W 1984-86 DECC in Dec. 2010, Jim Johnson D 1981-85 an All-DECC Team Tom Kurvers D 1980-84 was chosen Walt Ledingham W 1969-72 in a vote of Bulldog Dan Lempe C 1976-80 hockey alumni. Junior Lessard W 2000-04 Norm Maciver D 1982-86 Chris Marinucci W 1990-94 Bob Mason G 1981-83 Mark Pavelich C 1976-79 Derek Plante C 1989-93 Shjon Podein W 1987-90 Glenn “Chico” Resch G 1968-71 Alex Stalock G 2006-09 Bill Watson W 1982-85

Hometown Hoyt Lakes, Minn. Fort Frances, Ontario The Pas, Manitoba Rochester, Minn. Virginia, Minn. Richfield, Minn. W. Vancouver, British Columbia New Hope, Minn. Bloomington, Minn. Weyburn, Saskatchewan Grand Rapids, Minn. St. Joseph deBeauce, Quebec Thunder Bay, Ont. Grand Rapids, Minn. International Falls, Minn. Eveleth, Minn. Cloquet, Minn. Rochester, Minn. Regina, Saskatchewan South St. Paul, Minn. Powerview, Manitoba

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PAGE INFORMATION THE LAST TIME GOES ... HERE

The Last Time ...

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Overtime Game: March 25, 2017 -- UMD 3, Boston U. 2 (NCAA West Regional final in Fargo, N.D.) Overtime Game Won by UMD: March 25, 2017 -- UMD 3, Boston U. 2 (NCAA West Regional final in Fargo, N.D.) Overtime Game Lost By UMD: Feb. 19, 2016 -- North Dakota 2, UMD 1 (in Grand Forks, N.D.) Overtime Game Tied: Feb. 24, 2017 -- UMD 3, Miami 3 (in Duluth, Minn.) Scoreless Tie: March 3, 2007 -- UMD 0, Wisconsin 0 (Josh Johnson/Shane Connelly in Duluth, Minn.) NCHC 3 x 3 Overtime Win: Jan. 6, 2017 -- following a 2-2 tie with Colorado College (in Duluth, Minn.) NCHC 3 x 3 Overtime Loss: Feb. 24, 2017 -- following a 3-3 tie with Miami (in Duluth, Minn.) NCHC Shootout Win: Feb. 3, 2016 -- UMD 1, Omaha 0 -- following a 2-2 tie (in Duluth, Minn.) NCHC Shootout Loss: Jan. 16, 2015 -- Western Michigan 2, UMD 1 -- following a 2-2 tie (in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Shutout at Home: Feb. 4, 2017 -- UMD 5, Omaha 0 (Hunter Miska) UMD Shutout on the Road: Jan. 21, 2017-- UMD 4, North Dakota 0 (Hunter Miska) UMD Was Shut Out at Home: Dec. 12, 2015 -- North Dakota 3, UMD 0 (Cam Johnson) Tony Josh Gasparini Johnson UMD Was Shut Out on the Road: March 14, 2015 -- Denver 4, UMD 0 (Evan Cowley-NCHC Playoffs) UMD Hat Trick: Oct. 28, 2016 -- Alex Iafallo (UMD 5, North Dakota 2 in Duluth) Hat Trick By Two Bulldogs: Feb. 13, 1993 -- Joe Biondi and Derek Plante (UMD 8, Colorado College 4 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Player Scored Four or More Goals: Feb. 3, 2012 -- J.T. Brown (UMD 4, Alaska Anchorage 1 in Anchorage, Alaska), four goals UMD Player Scored Three Power Play Goals: Oct. 22, 2004 -- Marco Peluso (UMD 8, Minnesota State-Mankato 3 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Player Scored Two Shorthanded Goals: Nov. 23, 1990 -- Doug Torrel (UMD 5, Denver 1 in Denver, Colo.) UMD Player Scored a 5-on-3 Shorthanded Goal: Jan. 22, 1993 -- Brett Hauer (UMD 8, Minnesota 4 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Player Scored an Empty Net Goal: March 1, 2017-- Dominic Toninato (UMD 6, Miami 3 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Player Had Five or More Points: Feb. 11, 2012 -- Jack Connolly (UMD 5, North Dakota 4 in Duluth, Minn.), 2 goals and 3 assists UMD Player Made a Penalty Shot: Oct. 15, 2010 -- Travis Oleksuk at 18:03 of the second period against Alex Beaudry (UMD 5, Providence College 3 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Player Missed A Penalty Shot: Oct. 1, 2016 -- Dominic Toninato at 2:27 of the third period against Devin Kero (UMD 6, Michigan Tech O in Duluth) UMD Opponent Made a Penalty Shot: Feb. 19, 2016 -- Austin Poganski (North Dakota) at 3:19 of overtime against Kasimir Kaskisuo (North Dakota 2, UMD 1 in Grand Forks, N.D.). UMD Opponent Missed a Penalty Shot: Nov. 5, 2011 -- Jason Zucker at 15:30 of the second period against Kenny Reiter (UMD 4, Denver 0 in Denver, Colo.) UMD Goaltender Had 50 or More Saves: Jan. 11, 2014 -- 52 by Aaron Crandall (UMD 3, Nebraska-Omaha 1 in Omaha, Neb.) UMD Goaltender Had 60 or More Saves: March 11, 2007 -- 62 by Josh Johnson (St. Cloud State 3, UMD 2 in 3OT in St. Cloud, Minn./WCHA Playoffs) UMD Goalie Received an Assist: Dec. 16, 2016 -- Hunter Miska (UMD 1, Bemidji State 1 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Goalie Had Two Assists: Feb. 25, 2012 -- Kenny Reiter (UMD 5, Colorado College 2 in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Swept a Home Series: Oct. 28-29, 2016 -- UMD 5-3, Miami 4(OT)-3 (NCHC Playoffs in Duluth, Minn.) UMD Swept a Road Series: Jan. 20-21, 2017 -- UMD 5-4, North Dakota 3-0 UMD Was Swept at Home: Dec. 11-12, 2015 -- North Dakota 3-3, UMD 0-0 UMD Was Swept on the Road: Feb. 19-20, 2016 -- North Dakota 2-2, UMD 1(OT)-1

Mason Raymond Marco Peluso

Doug Torrel


GAMES

ASSISTS

Most Assists (Game) - 22 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71) Most Assists (Period) - 12 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71 - 2nd) Most Assists (Season) - 436 (1984-85)

POINTS

Most Points (Game) - 37 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71) Most Points (Period) - 21 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71 - 2nd) Most Points (Season) - 693 (1984-85)

PENALTIES

Most Penalties (Game) - 35 vs. North Dakota (10/31/98) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) - 133 vs. North Dakota (10/31/98) Most Penalties (Season) - 431 (1997-98) Most Penalty Minutes (Season) - 978 (1997-98)

MISCELLANEOUS

Largest Margin of Victory -15 (15-0) vs. St. Thomas (1/5/62) Largest Margin of Defeat - 10 (13-3) vs. Colorado College (1/15/77) & (12-2) vs. Michigan Tech (2/23/62) Most Goals Allowed (Game) - 13 vs. Colorado College (1/15/77) Most Assists Allowed (Game) - 21 vs. Colorado College (1/15/77) Most Points Allowed (Game) - 34 vs. Colorado College (1/15/77) Most Goals Allowed (Season) - 219 (1976-77) Most Assists Allowed (Season) - 333 (1976-77) Most Points Allowed (Season) -552 (1976-77) Most Shots on Goal (Game) - 70 vs. Denver (3/16/12) Most Shots on Goal (Period) - 26 vs. Wisconsin (1/25/97-2nd) Fewest Shots on Goal (Period) - 0 vs. St. Cloud State (1/19/07 - 1st) Fewest Shots on Goal (Game) - 12 vs. Colorado College (1/15/00) Most Shots on Goal Allowed (Period) - 33 vs. Michigan (12/19/64-2nd) Most Shots on Goal Allowed (Game) - 83 vs. Michigan (12/19/64) Fewest Shots on Goal Allowed (Game) - 12 vs. Army (10/12/96) Most Total Shot Attempts (Game) - 107 vs. St. Cloud State (3/12/11) Best Power Play Percentage (Season) - 36.5% (1985-86) Best Penalty Killing Percentage (Season) - 88.5% (2007-08) Most Power Play Attempts (Game) - 15 vs. Clarkson (10/31/09) Consecutive Shutout Minutes - 166:45 (11/4/11-11/12/11) Most Shutouts (Season) - 7 (2008-09) Most Times Shut Out (Season) - 6 (2007-08) Best Per Game Scoring Margin (Season) - 2.04 (1984-85)

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Most Games (Season) - 48 (1984-85) Most Games Won (Season) - 36 (1984-85) Most Games Lost (Season) - 28 (2000-01) Most Games Tied (Season) - 8 (2008-09) Most Home Wins (Season) - 24 (1984-85) Most Away Wins (Season) - 17 (2016-17) Fewest Home Wins (Season) - 1 (1967-68) Fewest Away Wins (Season) - 1 (1968-69 & 1976-77) Most Home Losses (Season) 16 (1986-87) Fewest Home Losses (Season) - 1 (1992-93) Most Away Losses (Season) -15 (2000-01) Fewest Away Losses (Season) - 5 (2010-2011) Most Consecutive Wins (Season) -11 (1/26/85-3/2/85) Most Consecutive Home Wins (Season) -12 (10/26/84-1/5/85) Most Consecutive Away Wins (Season) -10 (11/18/83-1/21/84) Most Consecutive WCHA Wins (Season) -10 (11/3/84-12/7/84) Most Consecutive NCHC Wins (Season) - 4 (3 Times) Longest Unbeaten Streak (Season) -17 (10/21/11-1/14/12) Longest Home Unbeaten Streak (Season) -12 (10/26/84-1/5/85) Longest Away Unbeaten Streak (Season) -11 (10/21/11-1/14/12) Longest WCHA Unbeaten Streak (Season) -12 (1/9/04-2/21/04 & 1/26/85-3/2/85) Longest NCHC Unbeaten Streak (Season) -9 (1/14/17-12/24/17) Most Consecutive Losses (Season) -11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Most Consecutive Home Losses (Season) - 8 (1/4/68-2/27/68) Most Consecutive Away Losses (Season) -11 (1/3/69-3/18/69) Most Consecutive WCHA Losses (Season) - 11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Most Consecutive NCHC Losses (Season) - 4 (2/14/24-2/22/14), Longest Winless Streak (Season) - 11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Longest WCHA Winless Streak (Season) - 11 (1/15/68-2/17/68) Longest NCHC Winless Streak (Season) - 4 (3 Times) Most WCHA Games (Season) - 35 (1986-87, 1987-88 & 1988-89) Most WCHA Games Won (Season) - 25 (1984-85) Most WCHA Games Lost (Season) - 24 (1976-77) Most WCHA Games Tied (Season) - 7 (2008-09) Most NCHC Games Won (Season) - 15 (2016-17) Most NCHC Games Lost (Season) - 11 (2013-14) Most WCHA Games Tied (Season) - 4 (2013-14) Most Overtime Games (Season) - 15 (2010-11) Most Overtime Wins (Season) - 7 (2010-11) Most Overtime Losses (Season) - 5 (2002-03)

GOALS

Most Goals (Game) -15 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71) & St. Thomas (1/5/62) Most Goals (Period) - 9 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71 - 2nd) Most Goals (Season) - 257 (1984-85) Most Power Play Goals (Game) - 5 vs. Maine (11/22/85) & vs. Lake Superior State (10/14/78) Most Power Play Goals (Season) - 71 (1983-84) Most Shorthanded Goals (Game) - 2 several times Most Shorthanded Goals (Season) -12 (1992-93) Fastest Two Goals - :06 vs. Michigan Tech (2/16/85) Fastest Three Goals - :46 vs. Michigan Tech (2/23/79) Fastest Four Goals - 1:19 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71) Fastest Five Goals - 2:56 vs. Minnesota (12/17/71) Fastest Two Goals Allowed - :05 vs. Michigan Tech (3/3/78)

Bulldog Bit • • • The 1985-86 Bulldogs are the last NCAA team to eclipse the 36.0 percent power play efficiency plateau for a season. That unit, which was anchored by the likes of Matt Christensen (right), produced the sixth best single-season mark (they connected at a staggering 36.5 percent clip) in NCAA history.

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GOALS

Most Goals (Game) - 5 by Mike Connolly vs Minnesota (2/5/11) & Pokey Trachsel vs. Lake Superior State (11/17/72) Most Goals (Season) - 52 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Most Goals (Career) - 100 by Tom Milani (1972-76) Most Goals by a Defenseman (Game) - 4 by Norm Maciver vs. Providence College (12/28/84) Most Goals in by a Defenseman (Season) -19 by Dave Langevin (1975-76) Most Goals by a Defenseman (Career) - 43 by Tom Kurvers (1980-84) Most Goals by a Freshman (Season) - 32 by Brett Hull (1984-85) Most Power Play Goals (Game) - 3 by Marco Peluso vs. MSUMankato (10/22/04) & Colorado College (2/21/2004), Tom Nelson vs. Bemidji State (12/7/01) & Andy Reierson vs. Michigan Tech (11/11/2000) Most Power Play Goals (Season) - 20 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Most Power Play Goals (Career) - 46 by Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) Most Shorthanded Goals (Game) - 2 by Several Players Most Shorthanded Goals (Season) - 5 by John Harrington (19771978 & 1978-1979) Most Shorthanded Goals (Career) - 12 by John Harrington (1975-79) Most Game-Winning Goals (Season) - 9 by Chris Marinucci (1992-93) Most Game-Winning Goals (Career) - 15 by Derek Plante (1989-93) Most Playoff Goals (Season) - 9 by Junior Lessard (2003-04), Matt Christensen (1984-85) & Bill Watson (1983-84) Most Hat Tricks (Season) - 7 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Most Hat Tricks (Career) - 10 by Brett Hull (1984-86) Most Multiple-Goal Games (Season) -13 by Brett Hull (1985-86) Fastest Two Goals - :07 by Gregg Moore vs. Notre Dame (11/2/79) Fastest Hat Trick - 2:37 by Pat Boutette vs. Michigan Tech (1/13/73) Fastest Two Shorthanded Goals - :40 by John Harrington vs. Michigan (2/11/78) Fastest Two Power Play Goals - :12 by Brett Larson vs. Northern Michigan (2/26/94) Fastest Goal at Start of Game - :11 by Doug Torrel vs. Minnesota (1/11/92) Fastest Goal at Start of a Period - :07 by Owen Rogers vs. North Dakota (11/26/65)(2nd) Longest Goal Scoring Streak - 9 games by Brad Federenko (12/28/94-1/27/95) & Matt Christensen (10/26/84-11/23/84)

ASSISTS

Most Assists (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colorado College (12/16/77) & Keith Christiansen vs. Minnesota (11/19/66) Most Assists (Season) - 60 by Bill Watson (1984-85) Most Assists (Career) - 152 by Norm Maciver (1982-86) Most Assists by a Defenseman (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colorado College (12/16/77) Most Assists in by a Defenseman (Season) - 58 by Tom Kurvers (1983-84) Most Assists by a Defenseman (Career) - 152 by Norm Maciver (1982-86) Most Assists by a Freshman (Season) - 40 by Dan Lempe (1976-77) Most Playoff Assists (Season) - 13 by Derek Plante (1992-93)

POINTS

Most Points (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colorado College (12/16/77) & vs. Michigan State (12/3/77),Pokey Trachsel vs. Lake Superior State (11/17/72) & Keith Christiansen vs. Minnesota (11/19/66) Most Points (Season) - 109 by Bill Watson (1984-85; 49 G, 60 A) Most Points (Career) - 222 by Dan Lempe (1976-80; 79 G, 149 A) Most Points by a Defenseman (Game) - 6 by Curt Giles vs. Colorado College (12/16/77; 6A) & Michigan State (12/3/77; 1G, 5A) Most Points by a Defenseman (Season) - 76 by Tom Kurvers (1983-84; 18 G, 58 A) Most Points by a Defenseman (Career) - 192 by Tom Kurvers (1980-84; 43 G, 149 A) Most Points by a Freshman (Season) - 64 by Dan Lempe (197677; 24 G, 40 A) Most Playoff Points (Season) -19 by Derek Plante (1992-93) Most Multiple-Point Games (Season) - 36 by Bill Watson (1984-85) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Career) - 33 games by Bill Watson (1/27/83-12/14/84) Longest Point Scoring Streak (Season) - 22 games by Mark Pavelich (11/18/78-2/22/79) & Jack Connolly (10/14/11-1/21/12)

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PENALTIES

Most Penalties (Game) - 6 by Jay Rosehill vs. MSU-Mankato (10/22/04) Most Penalties (Season) - 59 by Jim Johnson (1982-83) Most Penalties (Career) - 193 by Jim Johnson (1981-85) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) - 27 by Trent Palm vs. Clarkson (1/4/11) Most Penalty Minutes (Season) - 125 by Greg Andrusak (1991-92) Most Penalty Minutes (Career) - 402 by Jim Johnson (1981-85)

GAMES PLAYED

Most Games Played (Season) - 48 by Mark Baron, Matt Christensen, Brett Hull, Danny May, Mark Odnokon, Jim Sprenger (1984-85) Most Games Played (Career) - 174 by Jim Johnson (1981-85) Most Consecutive Games Played - 164 by Jack Connolly (2008-12)

GOALTENDING

Most Games Played (Season) - 45 by Rick Kosti (1984-85) Most Games Played (Career) - 137 by Brant Nicklin (1996-2000) Most Consecutive Games Played - 76 by Brant Nicklin (10/12/96-3/15/98) Most Consecutive Starts - 76 by Brant Nicklin (10/12/96-3/15/98) Most Saves (Game) - 77 by Bill Halbrehder vs. Michigan (12/19/64) Most Saves (Season) - 1,279 by Bob Mason (1982-83) Most Saves (Career) - 3,899 by Rick Heinz (1974-78) Best Goals Against Average (Season) -1.92 by Kasimir Kaskisuo (2015-16) Best Goals Against Average (Career) - 2.10 by Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-16) Most Assists (Game) - 2 by Kenny Reiter vs. Colorado College (2/25/12) and Isaac Reichmuth vs. Alaska Anchorage (10/31/03) Most Assists (Season) - 6 by Taras Lendzyk (1995-96) Most Assists (Career) - 11 by Taras Lenzyk (1992-96) Best Saves Percentage (Season) - .924 by Alex Stalock (2008-09) Best Saves Percentage (Career) - .920 by Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-16) Most Shutouts (Season) - 5 by Hunter Miska (2016-17), Kasimir Kaskisuo (2015-16), Alex Stalock (2008-09) and Brant Nicklin (1997-98) Most Shutouts (Career) - 9 by Alex Stalock (2006-09) Consecutive Shutout Minutes - 263:58 by Kasimir Kaskisuo (11/4/1512/15/15) Most League Shutouts (Season) - 4 by Hunter Miska (NCHC in 2016-17), Kasimir Kaskisuo (NCHC in 2015-16) and Brant Nicklin (WCHA in 1997-98) Most League Shutouts (Career) - 6 by Brant Nicklin (1996-2000) Most Wins (Season) - 33 by Rick Kosti (1984-85) Most Wins (Career) - 60 by Rick Kosti (1983-85) and Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) Most Consecutive Wins - 10 by Rick Kosti (1/26/85-3/2/85) Most Penalties (Game) - 3 by Alex Stalock vs. MSU-Mankato (12/16/06) Most Penalties (Season) - 8 by Chad Erickson (1990-91) Most Penalties (Career) - 16 by Chad Erickson (1988-91) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) - 10 by Taras Lendzyk vs. Wisconsin (2/3/96) Most Penalty Minutes (Season) - 20 by Taras Lendzyk (1995-96) Most Penalty Minutes (Career) - 40 by Taras Lendzyk (1992-96)

WCHA PLAYOFFS

Most Goals (Game) - 4 by Jeff Scissons vs. Minnesota (3/13/98) & Brett Hull vs. Northern Michigan (3/1/86) Most Assists (Game) - 4 by Derek Plante vs. Wisconsin (3/20/93) & Tom Kurvers vs. Wisconsin (3/3/84) Most Points (Game) - 5 by Junior Lessard vs. MSU-Mankato (3/13/04) & Derek Plante vs. Wisconsin (3/20/93) Most Penalties (Game) - 5 by T.J. Caig vs. MSU-Mankato (3/13/04), Curtis Bois vs. Minnesota (3/14/98) & Jesse Fibiger vs. Minnesota (3/14/98) Most Penalty Minutes (Game) -18 by Curtis Bois vs. Minnesota (3/14/98) & Jesse Fibiger vs. Minnesota (3/14/98) Most Saves (Game) - 62 by Josh Johnson vs. St. Cloud State (3/11/07) Bulldog Bit • • • Rick Heinz’s 3,899 career saves (a 35.4 stops per game average) is the fourth highest total ever turned in by an NCAA I goaltender. Another Bulldog, Brant Nicklin (19962000), who is next on that list at 3,880, held the NCAA record for consecutive starts (76) until the 2008-09 season.


SEASON

Goals 1. Brett Hull (1985-86) 2. Bill Watson (1984-85) 3. Derek Plante (1992-93) 4. Bill Watson (1983-84) Chris Marinucci (1992-93) 6. Gregg Moore (1982-83) 7. Junior Lessard (2003-04) Brett Hull (1984-85) Bob Lakso (1983-84) 10. Gregg Moore (1981-82) Mark Pavelich (1978-79)

GP No 42 52 46 49 37 36 40 35 40 35 45 33 45 32 48 32 43 32 34 31 37 31

Assists GP 1. Bill Watson (1984-85) 46 2. Tom Kurvers (1983-84) 43 3. Derek Plante (1992-93) 37 4. Bill Watson (1983-84) 40 Norm Maciver (1985-86) 42 6. Mark Pavelich (1978-79) 37 7. Matt Christensen (1984-85) 48 Norm Maciver (1984-85) 47 9. Brett Hauer (1992-93) 40 10. Curt Giles (1978-79) 38 Pat Boutette (1972-73) 34 Penalty Minutes GP 1. Greg Andrusak (1991-92) 37 2. Curtis Doell (1997-98) 39 3. Rod Miller (1993-94) 38 4. Jim Johnson (1982-83) 44 5. Jim Johnson (1983-84) 43 Jeff Parrott (1992-93) 39 7. Curtis Doell (1996-97) 37 8. Judd Medak (2001-02) 40 9. Jim Johnson (1984-85) 47 10. Jay Rosehill (2004-05) 34 Pokey Trachsel (1970-71) 32

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No 60 58 56 51 51 48 47 47 46 45 45

P-PM 48-125 49-120 58-119 59-118 54-116 50-116 45-114 41-109 49-106 42-103 44-103

Saves GP No 1. Bob Mason (1982-83) 43 1,279 2. Rick Heinz (1975-76) 34 1,259 3. Chad Erickson (1989-90) 39 1,198 4. Rick Kosti (1984-85) 45 1,183 5. Chad Erickson (1990-91) 40 1,165 6. Rick Heinz (1977-78) 33 1,161 7. Bill Perkl (1978-79) 35 1,119 8. Brant Nicklin (1997-98) 39 1,096 9. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 43 1,094 10. Taras Lendzyk (1994-95) 37 1,058 Saves Percentage GP SV% 1. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 42 .924 2. Kasimir Kaskisuo (2015-16) 39 .923 3. Josh Johnson (2006-07) 18 .922 4. Hunter Miska (2016-17) 39 .920 5. Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-15) 36 .917 6. Kenny Reiter (2010-11) 31 .914 Alex Stalock (2007-08) 36 .914 8 . Kenny Reiter (2009-10) 25 .912 9. Kenny Reiter (2011-12) 38 .911 10. Isaac Reichmuth (2003-04) 40 .909

CAREER

Goals GP No 1. Tom Milani (1972-76) 146 100 2. Gregg Moore (1979-83) 148 99 3. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 96 4. Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) 156 90 5. Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 89 6. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 87 7. Brett Hull (1984-86) 90 84 8. Mike Peluso (1994-98) 153 80 9. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 79 10. Chris Marinucci (1990-94) 151 77 Assists GP No 1. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 165 152 2. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 164 149 3. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 143 Matt Christensen (1982-86) 168 143 5. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 135 6. Jack Connolly (2008-12) 166 131 7. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 123 8. Keith Christiansen (1963-67) 102 121 Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 121 10. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 116

Penalty Minutes GP P-PM 1. Jim Johnson (1981-85) 174 193-402 2. Jeff Parrott (1989-93) 146 145-323 3. Greg Andrusak (1987-90;1991-92) 144 144-315 4. Dave Langevin (1972-76) 142 147-303 5. Judd Medak (1998-02) 144 122-293 6. Mark Odnokon (1982-86) 164 130-289 7. Dennis Vaske (1986-90) 146 133-288 8. Pokey Trachsel (1969-73) 130 124-274 9. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 131-265 10. Rod Miller (1990-94) 106 126-263 Goaltender Wins GP W-L-T 1. Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 60-56-7 Rick Kosti (1983-85) 83 60-18-5 3. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 55-70-8 4. Kenny Reiter (2008-12) 94 52-26-11 5. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 50-32-11 6. John Hyduke (1985-89) 106 45-53-4 Jerome Mrazek (1970-74) 87 45-39-1 8. Bill Perkl (1977-81) 84 42-35-4 9. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 39-44-17 Rick Heinz (1974-78) 110 39-64-5 Goals Against Average GP GAA 1. Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-16) 75 2.10 2. Kenny Reiter (2008-12) 94 2.37 3. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 2.48 4. Matt McNeely (2012-16) 41 2.65 5. Josh Johnson (2003-07) 51 2.71 6. Aaron Crandall (2010-14) 65 2.83 7. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 2.91 8. Rick Kosti (1983-85) 83 3.13 9. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 3.40 10. Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 3.57 Rob Anderson (1999-03) 79 3.57 Saves GP SVS 1. Rick Heinz (1974-78) 110 3,899 2. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 3,880 3. Taras Lendzyk (1992-96) 126 3,491 4. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 3,107 5. Jerome Mrazek (1970-74) 87 2,975 6. John Hyduke (1985-89) 106 2,901 7. Chad Erickson (1988-91) 94 2,760 8. Bill Perkl (1977-81) 84 2,646 9. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 2,553 10. Dave LeBlanc (1965-69) 65 2,285

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Points GP No 1. Bill Watson (1984-85) 46 109 2. Derek Plante (1992-93) 37 92 3. Bill Watson (1983-84) 40 86 4. Brett Hull (1985-86) 42 84 5. Mark Pavelich (1978-79) 37 79 6. Matt Christensen (1984-85) 48 77 Chris Marinucci (1992-93) 40 77 8. Tom Kurvers (1983-84) 43 76 9. Scott Carlston (1981-82) 40 74 10. John Harrington (1978-79) 40 72 Gregg Moore (1982-83) 45 72

Goaltender Wins GP W-L-T 1. Rick Kosti (1984-85) 45 33-9-3 2. Hunter Miska (2016-17) 39 27-5-5 Rick Kosti (1983-84) 38 27-9-2 4. Bob Mason (1982-83) 43 26-16-1 5. Kenny Reiter (2011-12) 38 23-9-6 Isaac Reichmuth (2003-04) 40 23-9-4 7. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 42 21-13-8 Brant Nicklin (1997-98) 39 21-16-2 Bill Perkl (1978-79) 35 21-10-4 10. Kasimir Kaskisuo 39 19-15-5 Chad Erickson (1989-90) 39 19-19-1 Goals Against Average GP GAA 1. Kasimir Kaskisuo (2015-16) 39 1.92 2. Alex Stalock (2008-09) 42 2.13 3. Josh Johnson (2006-07) 18 2.14 4. Hunter Miska (2016=17) 39 2.20 5. Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-15) 36 2.22 6. Kenny Reiter (2010-11) 31 2.30 7. Alex Stalock (2007-08) 36 2.35 8. Kenny Reiter (2009-10) 25 2.36 9. Kenny Reiter (2011-12) 38 2.41 10. Isaac Reichmuth (2003-04) 40 2.64

Saves Percentage GP SV% 1. Kasimir Kaskisuo (2014-16) 75 .920 2. Kenny Reiter (2008-12) 94 .912 3. Alex Stalock (2006-09) 101 .910 4. Josh Johnson (2003-07) 51 .905 5. Matt McNeely (2012-16) 41 .902 6. Isaac Reichmuth (2002-06) 127 .898 7. Brant Nicklin (1996-00) 137 .895 Aaron Crandall (2010-2014) 65 .895 8. Bill Halbrehder (1961-65) 66 .894 Rick Kosti (1983-85) 83 .894 9. Rob Anderson (1999-03) 79 .892 10. Jerome Mrazek (1970-74) 87 .890

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PLAYER (YEARS) GP G A 1. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 146 79 143 2. Derek Plante (1989-93) 138 96 123 Matt Christensen (1982-86) 168 76 143 4. Bill Watson (1982-85) 108 89 121 5. Gregg Moore (1979-83) 148 99 107 6. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 147 87 116 7. Tom Milani (1972-76) 146 *100 98 8. Jack Connolly (2008-12) 166 66 131 9. Keith Christiansen (1963-67) 102 75 121 10. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 164 43 149 11. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 165 39 *152 12. Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) 156 90 100 13. Chris Marinucci (1990-94) 151 77 96 14. Dan Fishback (1979-83) 154 63 109 15. Curt Giles (1975-79) 143 36 135 16. Skeeter Moore (1983-87) 149 60 105 17. Justin Fontaine (2007-11) 159 62 102 18. Mike Peluso (1994-98) 153 80 83 19. Monty Jones (1973-77) 141 70 83 20. Tim Stapleton (2002-06) 162 63 89 21. Mike Newton (1972-76) 144 67 81 22. Bob Lakso (1980-84) 150 69 76 23. Brett Hull (1984-86) 90 84 60 24. Mark Pavelich (1976-79) 110 57 85 Junior Lessard (2000-04) 160 74 68 26. Rusty Fitzgerald (1991-95) 147 60 81 27. John Harrington (1975-79) 134 65 73 28. Mike Connolly (2008-11) 123 55 81 29. Walt Ledingham (1969-72) 95 66 68 30. Pat Francisco (1963-67) 105 69 64 Brad Federenko (1992-97) 152 67 66 32. Pat Boutette (1970-73) 101 53 78 Tom Herzig (1981-85) 161 57 74 34. Keith Hendrickson (1975-80) 150 35 94 Lyman Haakstad (1970-74) 140 59 70 36. Jeff Scissons (1996-00) 153 52 76 37. Evan Schwabe (2001-05) 160 51 75 38. John Rothstein (1975-79) 143 56 69 39. Tony Cameranesi (2012-16) 152 41 83 40. Alex Iafallo (2013-17) 152 48 73 41. Glenn Kulyk (1976-80) 136 44 75 Mark Odnokon (1982-86) 164 39 80 43. Merv Kiryluik (1970-74) 128 37 80 44. Travis Oleksuk (2008-12) 134 45 70 45. Brian Johnson (1983-87) 158 36 76 46. Doug Torrel (1988-92) 156 54 57 Colin Anderson (1996-00) 140 44 67 48. Mike Tok (1962-65) 98 61 47 MacGregor Sharp (2005-09) 157 50 58 50. Dave Langevin (1972-76) 142 35 72 51. Austin Farley (2012-16) 144 46 60 52. Joe Rybar (1994-98) 149 38 67 53. Jon Francisco (1999-03) 154 42 62 54. Cam Fryer (1969-72) 94 40 62 Ken Dzikowski (1994-98) 150 36 66 56. Tom Nelson (1998-02) 138 33 68 57. Mike Krensing (1979-83) 144 41 59 *UMD (as an NCAA Division I member) record

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1. BEST 2. OF THE 3. BLUELINE 4. BRIGADE 5. The top 10 scoring 6. 7. defensemen in 8. UMD history: 9. 10.

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Tom Kurvers (1980-84) Norm Maciver (1982-86) Curt Giles (1975-79) Keith Hendrickson (1975-80) Dave Langevin (1972-76) Beau Geisler (2000-04) Gord McDonald (1971-75) Brett Hauer (1989-93) Bob Hill (1962-66) Greg Andrusak (1987-90, 91-92)

TP *222 219 219 210 206 203 198 197 196 192 191 190 173 172 171 165 164 163 153 152 148 145 144 142 142 141 138 136 134 133 133 131 131 129 129 128 126 125 124 121 119 119 117 115 112 111 111 108 108 107 106 105 104 102 102 101 100

PPG 1.52 1.58 1.31 *1.94 1.39 1.38 1.36 1.19 1.92 1.17 1.16 1.22 1.14 1.12 1.20 1.11 1.03 1.07 1.09 0.93 1.03 0.94 1.60 1.29 0.89 0.96 1.03 1.11 1.41 1.27 0.88 1.30 0.81 0.86 0.92 0.84 0.79 0.87 0.81 0.80 0.88 0.73 0.91 0.86 0.71 0.71 0.79 1.10 0.69 0.75 0.14 0.70 0.67 1.09 0.68 0.73 0.69

GP G A TP 164 43 149 192 165 39 152 191 143 36 135 171 150 35 94 129 142 35 72 107 157 19 79 98 127 20 76 96 140 21 73 94 104 25 65 90 143 20 69 89


GP G A TP PPG 108 89 121 210 *1.94 102 75 121 196 1.92 90 84 60 144 1.60 138 96 123 219 1.58 146 79 143 *222 1.52 49 36 37 73 1.49 95 66 68 134 1.41 148 99 107 206 1.39 147 87 116 203 1.38 146 *100 98 198 1.36 168 76 143 219 1.31 101 53 78 131 1.30 110 57 85 142 1.29 105 69 64 133 1.27 156 90 100 190 1.22 143 36 135 171 1.20 166 66 131 197 1.19 Bill Watson 164 43 149 192 1.17 165 39 *152 191 1.16 151 77 96 173 1.14 154 63 109 172 1.12 149 60 105 165 1.11 123 55 81 136 1.11 98 61 47 108 1.10 141 70 83 153 1.08 94 40 62 102 1.08 153 80 83 163 1.07 77 41 40 81 1.05 81 40 44 84 1.04 159 62 102 164 1.03 144 67 81 148 1.03 134 65 73 138 1.03 69 33 38 71 1.03 150 69 76 145 0.97 147 60 81 141 0.96 162 63 89 152 0.94 79 25 49 74 0.94 Keith Christiansen 140 59 70 129 0.92 128 37 80 117 0.91 80 27 45 72 0.90 160 74 68 142 0.89 84 25 50 75 0.89 81 29 43 72 0.89 152 67 66 133 0.88 136 44 75 119 0.88 104 25 66 91 0.88 86 35 41 76 0.88 143 56 69 125 0.87 150 35 94 129 0.86 134 45 70 115 0.86 153 52 76 128 0.84

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PLAYER (YEARS) 1. Bill Watson (1982-85) 2. Keith Christiansen (1963-67) 3. Brett Hull (1984-86) 4. Derek Plante (1989-93) 5. Dan Lempe (1976-80) 6. Murray Keogan (1969-71) 7. Walt Ledingham (1969-72) 8. Gregg Moore (1979-83) 9. Scott Carlston (1978-82) 10. Tom Milani (1972-76) 11. Matt Christensen (1982-86) 12. Pat Boutette (1970-73) 13. Mark Pavelich (1976-79) 14. Pat Francisco (1963-67) 15. Bill Oleksuk (1978-82) 16. Curt Giles (1975-79) 17. Jack Connolly (2008-12) 18. Tom Kurvers (1980-84) 19. Norm Maciver (1982-86) 20. Chris Marinucci (1990-94) 21. Dan Fishback (1979-83) 22. Skeeter Moore (1983-87) 23. Mike Connolly (2008-10) 24. Mike Tok (1962-65) 25. Monty Jones (1973-77) Cam Fryer (1969-72) 27. Mike Peluso (1994-98) 28. Bruce McLeod (1966-69) 29. J.T. Brown (2010-12) 30. Justin Fontaine (2007-11) Mike Newton (1972-76) John Harrington (1975-79) Mark Heaslip (1971-73) 34. Bob Lakso (1980-84) 35. Rusty Fitzgerald (1991-95) 36. Tim Stapleton (2002-06) Mason Raymond (2005-07) 38. Lyman Haakstad (1970-74) 39. Merv Kiryluik (1970-74) 40. Barry Chyzowski (1986-88) 41. Junior Lessard (2000-04) Ron Busniuk (1967-70) Jerry Chumola (1987-89) 44. Brad Federenko (1992-97) Glenn Kulyk (1976-80) Bob Hill (1962-66) Owen Rogers (1962-66) 48. John Rothstein (1975-79) 49. Keith Hendrickson (1975-80) Travis Oleksuk (2008-12) 50. Jeff Scissons (1996-00)

*UMD (as an NCAA Division I member) record Note: Statistics are included only from post-NCAA era (1961-62 to present) Brett Hull

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YEAR-BY-YEAR PAGE INFORMATION UMD SCORING GOES LEADERS HERE

Harvey Flaman

Ron Busniuk

Walt Ledingham

Mike Peluso

Year Name Pos GP G A TP PPG P-PM 1952-53 Ed Skelko F 12 7 9 16 1.33 10-30 1953-54 Al Peterson C 17 18 6 24 1.41 6-12 1954-55 Don Bordeau C 17 16 21 37 2.17 4-9 1955-56 Harvey Flaman F 23 30 24 54 2.34 14-27 1956-57 Harvey Flaman F 23 34 20 54 2.34 15-28 1957-58 Elmer Schwartz F 20 14 31 45 2.25 14-22 1958-59 Mike O’Handley RW 20 18 7 25 1.25 9-18 1959-60 Mike O’Handley RW 20 22 14 36 1.80 7-12 1960-61 Mike Mithrush C 18 19 14 33 1.83 8-20 1961-62 Mike Mithrush C 22 8 15 23 1.04 14-28 1962-63 Bill Lenardon C 24 9 17 26 1.08 3-14 1963-64 Keith Christiansen C 25 16 20 36 1.44 22-58 1964-65 Keith Christiansen C 27 23 35 58 2.14 30-69 1965-66 Keith Christiansen C 28 13 27 40 1.42 21-52 1966-67 Keith Christiansen C 28 23 39 62 2.21 25-85 1967-68 Ron Busniuk C 28 10 10 20 0.71 18-39 1968-69 Ron Busniuk C/D 29 7 20 27 0.93 8-16 1969-70 Murray Keogan C 29 21 19 40 1.37 9-34 1970-71 Walt Ledingham LW 34 26 28 54 1.58 11-38 1971-72 Walt Ledingham LW 35 24 29 53 1.51 9-18 1972-73 Pat Boutette LW 36 18 45 63 1.75 41-91 1973-74 Merv Kiryluik RW 38 17 39 56 1.47 23-46 1974-75 Tom Milani RW 38 27 30 57 1.50 18-36 1975-76 Tom Milani RW 36 26 37 63 1.75 16-40 1976-77 Dan Lempe C 37 24 40 64 1.72 19-62 1977-78 Dan Lempe C 37 18 30 48 1.29 12-24 1978-79 Mark Pavelich C 40 31 48 79 1.97 26-52 1979-80 Glenn Kulyk C 38 22 40 62 1.63 8-17 1980-81 Davey Johnson C 39 20 22 42 1.07 25-58 1981-82 Scott Carlston LW 40 30 44 74 1.85 27-54 1982-83 Gregg Moore RW 45 33 39 72 1.60 12-24 1983-84 Bill Watson RW 43 35 51 86 2.00 6-12 1984-85 Bill Watson RW 46 49 60* 109* 2.36 24-48 1985-86 Brett Hull RW 42 52* 32 84 2.00 19-46 1986-87 Sean Toomey RW 39 26 17 43 1.10 13-34 1987-88 Barry Chyzowski C 41 22 34 56 1.36 7-14 1988-89 Dale Jago D 40 12 24 36 0.90 22-52 1989-90 Shjon Podein LW 35 21 18 39 1.11 18-36 1990-91 Derek Plante C 36 23 20 43 1.19 3-6 1991-92 Derek Plante C 37 27 36 63 1.70 14-28 1992-93 Derek Plante C 37 36 56 92 2.48* 11-30 1993-94 Chris Marinucci LW 38 30 31 61 1.60 27-65 1994-95 Brad Federenko LW 38 30 19 49 1.28 11-33 1995-96 Mike Peluso C 38 25 19 44 1.16 28-64 1996-97 Mike Peluso C 37 20 20 40 1.08 17-53 1997-98 Mike Peluso C/RW 40 24 21 45 1.07 42-100 1998-99 Jeff Scissons C 38 18 19 37 0.97 21-42 1999-00 Colin Anderson LW 37 18 22 40 1.03 18-44 2000-01 Tom Nelson C/LW 38 16 25 41 1.08 21-61 2001-02 Judd Medak LW 40 18 33 51 1.28 41-109 2002-03 Tim Stapleton C 42 14 28 42 1.00 3-6 2003-04 Junior Lessard RW 45 32 31 63 1.40 17-34 2004-05 Evan Schwabe C 38 19 26 45 1.18 14-28 2005-06 Tim Stapleton C 39 14 16 30 0.76 2-4 2006-07 Mason Raymond LW 39 14 32 46 1.18 17-45 2007-08 MacGregor Sharp C 36 7 10 17 0.47 7-14 2008-09 MacGregor Sharp C 43 26 24 50 1.16 10-20 2009-10 Jack Connolly C 40 18 31 49 1.22 18-47 2010-11 Jack Connolly C 42 18 41 59 1.40 18-36 2011-12 Jack Connolly C 41 20 40 60 1.46 14-28 2012-13 Tony Cameranesi C 38 14 20 34 0.89 14-28 Austin Farley LW 36 16 18 34 0.94 13-45 Mike Seidel RW 38 17 17 34 0.89 12-24 2013-14 Caleb Herbert C 36 12 19 31 0.86 37-85 2014-15 Tony Cameranesi C 40 9 21 30 0.75 8-16 2015-16 Tony Cameranesi C 38 11 28 39 0.84 7-14 2016-17 Alex Iafallo LW 42 21 30 51 1.21 11-22

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Bill Halbrehder

Jerome Mrazek

YEAR-BY-YEAR PAGE INFORMATION UMD GOALIE GOES HERE LEADERS

Year Name GP W-L-T GA GAA SVS SVS% 1952-53 Paul Cooper 11 8-3-0 45 4.09 254 .849 1953-54 Duane Johnson 16 10-6-0 62 3.87 366 .855 1954-55 Duane Johnson 17 9-8-0 83 4.80 437 .840 1955-56 Jerry Kleisinger 22 16-6-0 64 2.91 544 .895 1956-57 Jerry Kleisinger 17 12-4-1 55 3.23 376 .872 1957-58 Jerry Kleisinger 16 12-4-0 56 3.50 345 .860 1958-59 Mike Haley 17 7-9-1 81 4.76 452 .848 1959-60 Mike Haley 16 12-3-0 59 3.69 357 .858 1960-61 Mike Haley 13 10-3-0 36 3.00 341 .904 1961-62 Jerry Wherley 16 4-12-2 86 5.81 544 .863 1962-63 Bill Halbrehder 13 4-8-1 46 3.62 386 .893 1963-64 Bill Halbrehder 24 11-13-0 87 3.62 792 .901 1964-65 Bill Halbrehder 22 12-9-1 92 4.18 777 .894 1965-66 Dave LeBlanc 23 5-16-1 111 4.93 864 .886 1966-67 Dave LeBlanc 28 12-16-0 125 4.46 977 .886 1967-68 Ron Beck 14 3-11-0 66 4.81 401 .859 1968-69 Glenn Resch 24 5-19-0 117 4.93 732 .862 1969-70 Glenn Resch 25 12-12-1 97 3.88 689 .876 1970-71 Glenn Resch 26 11-14-1 107 4.23 850 .887 1971-72 Jerome Mrazek 27 12-13-1 144 4.30 860 .882 1972-73 Jerome Mrazek 27 14-13-0 119 4.44 1004 .894 1973-74 Jerome Mrazek 29 17-12-0 115 3.99 1000 .897 1974-75 Rick Heinz 20 6-11-2 94 4.75 661 .875 1975-76 Rick Heinz 34 14-20-0 162 4.79 1259 .886 1976-77 Rick Heinz 23 6-15-2 123 5.54 818 .869 1977-78 Rick Heinz 33 13-18-1 157 4.80 1161 .881 1978-79 Bill Perkl 35 21-10-4 144 3.99 1119 .886 1979-80 Bill Perkl 28 11-16-0 151 5.47 931 .860 1980-81 Bill Perkl 19 10-8-0 84 4.54 573 .873 1981-82 Bob Mason 26 9-15-3 115 4.45 711 .861 1982-83 Bob Mason 43 26-16-1 151 3.49 1279* .894 1983-84 Rick Kosti 38 27-9-2 119 3.04 1052 .898 1984-85 Rick Kosti 45* 33*-9-3 146 3.20 1183 .890 1985-86 John Hyduke 24 14-7-3 84 3.60 572 .872 1986-87 John Hyduke 23 7-15-0 99 4.37 640 .866 1987-88 John Hyduke 31 14-15-0 127 4.05 915 .878 1988-89 Chad Erickson 15 5-7-1 49 3.58 397 .890 1989-90 Chad Erickson 39 19-19-1 141 3.68 1198 .895 1990-91 Chad Erickson 40 14-19-7 159 3.99 1165 .880 1991-92 Jerome Butler 22 9-11-2 91 4.12 558 .860 1992-93 Taras Lendzyk 22 15-5-0 68 3.28 549 .890 1993-94 Taras Lendzyk 32 13-17-2 123 3.85 938 .884 1994-95 Taras Lendzyk 37 15-18-4 140 3.80 1058 .883 1995-96 Taras Lendzyk 35 17-16-1 110 3.23 946 .896 1996-97 Brant Nicklin 37 18-15-4 119 3.25 1035 .897 1997-98 Brant Nicklin 39 21-16-2 121 3.12 1096 .901 1998-99 Brant Nicklin 32 6-23-2 109 3.62 898 .892 1999-00 Brant Nicklin 29 10-16-0 100 3.79 851 .895 2000-01 Rob Anderson 28 6-17-3 98 3.80 834 .895 2001-02 Rob Anderson 24 9-11-0 75 3.50 681 .890 2002-03 Isaac Reichmuth 32 18-11-3 85 2.68 891 .905 2003-04 Isaac Reichmuth 40 23-9-4 100 2.64 993 .909 2004-05 Josh Johnson 17 6-5-2 42 2.98 378 .900 2005-06 Isaac Reichmuth 28 5-14-3 94 3.45 671 .877 2006-07 Josh Johnson 18 8-7-2 38 2.14 452 .922 2007-08 Alex Stalock 36 13-17-6 85 2.35 984 .914 2008-09 Alex Stalock 42 21-13-8 90 2.13 1094 .924* 2009-10 Kenny Reiter 25 13-10-0 54 2.36 558 .912 2010-11 Kenny Reiter 31 16-7-5 67 2.16 716 .914 2011-12 Kenny Reiter 38 23-9-6 94 2.43 960 .911 2012-13 Matt McNeely 25 10-11-3 66 2.67 610 .902 2013-14 Aaron Crandall 31 14-12-3 80 2.76 721 .900 2014-15 Kasimir Kaskisuo 36 18-14-3 81 2.22 891 .917 2015-16 Kasimir Kaskisuo 39 19-15-5 75 1.92* 904 .923 2016-17 Hunter Miska 39 27-5-5 85 2.20 982 .920 *UMD (as an NCAA Division I member) single-season record Note: Statistics prior to the 1952-53 season are not available.

Bill Perkl

John Hyduke

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DATE Feb. 4, 2017 Jan. 21, 2017 Nov. 12, 2016 Oct. 29, 2016 Oct. 1, 2016 March 4, 2016 Dec. 4, 2015 Nov. 21, 2015 Nov. 20, 2015 Oct. 17, 2015 Nov. 14, 2014 Oct. 12, 2014 March 1, 2014 March 9, 2013 March 2, 2013 Jan. 11, 2013 Nov. 11, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Oct. 29, 2011 March 25, 2011 Jan. 22, 2011 Jan. 21, 2011 Jan. 14, 2011 Oct. 23, 2010 March 14, 2010 Feb. 27, 2010 Jan. 30, 2010 Jan. 2, 2010 March 21, 2009 March 20, 2009 Jan. 31, 2009 Jan. 23, 2009 Oct. 11, 2008 Jan. 25, 2008 Oct. 27, 2007 Oct. 13, 2007 March 3, 2007 Feb. 24, 2007 Nov. 10, 2006 March 27, 2004 Jan. 9, 2004 Dec. 6, 2003 Dec. 7, 2002 Jan. 14, 2000 Feb. 6, 1999 Feb. 28, 1998 Feb. 14, 1998 Dec. 20, 1997 Dec. 6, 1997 Nov. 29, 1997 Nov. 23, 1996 Oct. 12, 1996 Nov. 25, 1995 Oct. 13, 1995 Oct. 29, 1994 Dec. 17, 1993 March 13,1993 Feb. 27, 1993 Jan. 18, 1986 Feb. 2, 1985 March 3, 1984 Feb. 3, 1984 Oct. 21, 1983 Jan. 21, 1983 Nov. 14, 1980 Feb. 23, 1973 Nov. 27, 1969 March 5, 1965 Feb. 29, 1964 Jan. 25, 1963 Jan. 8, 1963

SHUTOUTS BY THE BULLDOGS

OPPONENT SITE SCORE GOALIE Nebraska-Omaha Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Hunter Miska North Dakota Grand Forks, N.D. 4-0 Hunter Miska Western Michigan Duluth, Minn. 2-0 Hunter Miska North Dakota Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Hunter Miska Michigan Tech Duluth, Minn. 6-0 Hunter Miska Miami Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Kasimir Kaskisuo Western Michigan Duluth, Minn. 7-0 Kasimir Kaskisuo Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colo. 6-0 Kasimir Kaskisuo Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colo. 5-0 Kasimir Kaskisuo Minnesota Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Kasimir Kaskisuo Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. 3-0 Kasimir Kaskisuo Notre Dame South Bend, Ind. 3-0 Matt McNeely Miami Oxford, Ohio 1-0 Aaron Crandall Nebraska-Omaha Duluth, Minn. 6-0 Aaron Crandall Alabama-Huntsville Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Aaron Crandall Michigan Tech Duluth, Minn. 1-0 Matt McNeely Alaska Anchorage Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Kenny Reiter Denver Denver, Colo. 4-0 Kenny Reiter Bemidji State Duluth, Minn. 1-0 Kenny Reiter Union College* Bridgeport, Conn. 2-0 Kenny Reiter Michigan Tech Houghton, Mich. 3-0 Aaron Crandall Michigan Tech Houghton, Mich. 5-0 Kenny Reiter Wisconsin Duluth, Minn. 2-0 Kenny Reiter Alaska Anchorage Duluth, Minn. 6-0 Aaron Crandall Colorado College# Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Kenny Reiter Minnesota Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Brady Hjelle Wisconsin Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Kenny Reiter Mercyhurst Duluth, Minn. 6-0 Kenny Reiter Denver# St. Paul, Minn. 4-0 Alex Stalock North Dakota# St. Paul, Minn. 3-0 Alex Stalock Wisconsin Madison, Wis. 1-0 Alex Stalock MSU-Mankato Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Alex Stalock Northern Michigan Marquette, Mich. 5-0 Alex Stalock UMass-Lowell Lowell, Mass. 1-0 Alex Stalock Denver Denver, Colo. 3-0 Alex Stalock Northern Michigan Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Alex Stalock Wisconsin Duluth, Minn. 0-0 OT Josh Johnson Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, Alaska 5-0 Josh Johnson Michigan Tech Houghton, Mich. 0-0 OT Alex Stalock Michigan State* Grand Rapids, Mich. 5-0 Isaac Reichmuth Denver Denver, Colo. 1-0 Isaac Reichmuth Michigan Tech Houghton, Mich. 4-0 Josh Johnson Bemidji State Bemidji, Minn. 12-0 Isaac Reichmuth Colorado College Colorado Springs, Colo. 2-0 Brant Nicklin Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, Alaska 0-0 OT Tony Gasparini North Dakota Duluth, Minn. 7-0 Brant Nicklin Alaska Anchorage Duluth, Minn. 0-0 OT Brant Nicklin Alaska Anchorage Anchorage, Alaska 2-0 Brant Nicklin Nebraska-Omaha Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Brant Nicklin Michigan Tech Duluth, Minn. 1-0 Brant Nicklin Wisconsin Madison, Wis. 4-0 Brant Nicklin Army Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Brant Nicklin Northern Michigan Marquette, Mich. 3-0 Taras Lendzyk Ferris State Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Taras Lendzyk Alaska Anchorage Duluth, Minn. 2-0 Taras Lendzyk Harvard Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Taras Lendzyk Alaska Anchorage# Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Taras Lendzyk St. Cloud State Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Taras Lendzyk Providence College Providence, R.I. 6-0 Mike Cortes Denver Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Rick Kosti Wisconsin# Duluth, Minn. 9-0 Rick Kosti Colorado College Duluth, Minn. 6-0 Rick Kosti Colorado College Duluth, Minn. 7-0 Jon Downing North Dakota Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Bob Mason Minnesota Duluth, Minn. 8-0 Ron Erickson Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. 8-0 Jerome Mrazek North Dakota Grand Forks, N.D. 3-0 Glenn Resch Lakehead U. Duluth, Minn. 13-0 Ron Hill Manitoba Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Bill Halbrehder Port Arthur Duluth, Minn. 7-0 Bill Halbrehder St. Thomas Duluth, Minn. 15-0 Tom DeLuca/

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OPPONENT North Dakota North Dakota Denver Denver@ Western Michigan Bemidji State North Dakota Denver Maine Wisconsin Boston College* North Michigan North Dakota North Dakota# Denver# North Dakota Colorado College Colorado College Bemidji State Colorado College Wisconsin North Dakota St. Cloud State St. Cloud State Michigan Tech Minnesota Minnesota Colorado College North Dakota Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage North Dakota# Minnesota St. Cloud State North Dakota St. Cloud State Michigan Tech Minnesota Alaska Anchorage UMass-Lowell North Dakota Minnesota# Alaska Anchorage Wisconsin North Dakota Providence College Colorado College Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota St. Cloud State St. Cloud State# Michigan Tech Northern Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin Northern Michigan St. Cloud State Wisconsin New Hampshire North Dakota# Minnesota# North Dakota Northeastern U. Michigan State Clarkson U. Princeton U. Denver Minnesota# Minnesota Michigan Tech North Dakota Michigan Tech

SHUTOUTS AGAINST UMD

SITE SCORE GOALIE SAVES Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Cam Johnson 38 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Cam Johnson 40 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Evan Cowley 27 Denver, Colo. 4-0 Evan Cowley 27 Kalamazoo, Mich. 3-0 Lucas Hafner 18 Bemidji, Minn. 4-0 Michael Bitzer 28 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Zane McIntyre 33 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Juho Olkinuora 26 Estero, Fla. 1-0 Martin Ouellette 31 Duluth, Minn. 2-0 Joel Rumpel 29 Worchester, Mass. 4-0 Parker Milner 33 Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Josh Robinson 33 Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Aaron Dell 35 St. Paul, Minn. 2-0 Brad Eidsness 22 Denver, Colo. 1-0 Peter Mannino 25 Duluth, Minn. 2-0 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux 28 Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Richard Bachman 29 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Richard Bachman 31 Bemidji, Minn. 2-0 Matt Dalton 25 Colorado Springs, Colo. 3-0 Richard Bachman 34 Duluth, Minn. 0-0 OT Shane Connelly 38 Grand Forks, N.D. 1-0 Jean-Philippe Lamoureux 19 St. Cloud, Minn. 5-0 Bobby Goepfert 22 Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Bobby Goepfert 31 Houghton, Mich. 0-0 OT Michael-Lee Teslak 16 Minneapolis, Minn. 2-0 Jeff Frazee 27 Minneapolis, Minn. 7-0 Kellen Briggs 31 Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Matt Zaba 25 Grand Forks, N.D. 4-0 Jordan Parise 28 Anchorage, Alaska 2-0 John DeCaro 30 Anchorage, Alaska 3-0 Nate Lawson 37 Grand Forks, N.D. 4-0 Karl Goehring 25 Duluth, Minn. 4-0 Adam Hauser 23 St. Cloud, Minn. 3-0 Scott Meyer 23 Grand Forks, N.D. 10-0 Karl Goehring 22 Duluth, Minn. 8-0 Scott Meyer 20 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Jason Molianen 37 Minneapolis, Minn. 4-0 Adam Hauser 31 Duluth, Minn. 0-0 OT Gregg Naumenko 22 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Scott Fankhouser 30 Grand. Forks, N.D. 3-0 Karl Goehring 36 Duluth, Minn. 5-0 Steve DeBus 30 Duluth, Minn. 0-0 OT Doug Teskey 43 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Mike Valley 32 Grand Forks, N.D. 8-0 Karl Goehring 30 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Boyd Ballard 26 Duluth, Minn. 6-0 Ryan Bach 36 Duluth, Minn. 7-0 Steve DeBus 21 Duluth, Minn. 2-0 Jeff Moen 23 Minneapolis, Minn. 3-0 Jeff Callinan 20 St. Cloud, Minn. 3-0 Brian Leitza 25 St. Cloud, Minn. 3-0 Grant Sjerven 28 Houghton, Mich. 3-0 Luciano Caravaggio 29 Marquette, Mich. 5-0 Dieter Kochan 24 Minneapolis, Minn. 3-0 Jeff Stolp 24 Madison, Wis. 7-0 Duane Derksen 25 Marquette, Mich. 8-0 Bill Pye 26 St. Cloud, Minn. 5-0 Mike O’Hara 21 Madison, Wis. 3-0 Duane Derksen 21 Manchester, N.H. 3-0 Pat Morrison 28 St. Paul, Minn. 6-0 Scott Brower 37 St. Paul, Minn. 6-0 Robb Stauber 19 Grand Forks, N.D. 5-0 Ed Belfour 31 Boston, Mass. 4-0 Tim Marshall 29 East Lansing, Mich. 4-0 Ron Scott 38 Hartford, Conn. 6-0 Don Sylvestri 30 Duluth, Minn. 1-0 OT Ron Dennis 27 Denver, Colo. 4-0 Ernie Glanville 24 Minneapolis, Minn. 6-0 Larry Thayer 23 Minneapolis, Minn. 4-0 Murray McLachlan 26 Houghton, Mich. 5-0 Bill Hughes 30 Grand Forks, N.D. 5-0 Joe Lech 23 Duluth, Minn. 3-0 Garry Bauman 19

ALL-TIME PAGE INFORMATION SHUTOUTS AGAINST GOES HERE UMD

DATE Dec. 12, 2015 Dec. 11, 2015 Nov. 13, 2015 March 14, 2015 March 7, 2015 Jan. 23, 2015 Feb. 21, 2014 Feb. 1, 2013 Dec. 28, 2012 Oct. 27, 2012 March 25, 2012 Jan. 28, 2012 Dec, 30, 2010 March 18, 2010 March 15, 2008 March 1, 2008 Feb. 23, 2008 Feb. 22, 2008 Jan. 5, 2008 Nov. 10, 2007 March 3, 2007 Feb. 17, 2007 Jan. 19, 2007 Nov. 24, 2006 Nov. 10, 2006 March 4, 2006 March 3, 2006 Feb. 24, 2006 Feb. 17, 2006 Nov. 19, 2005 Nov. 6, 2004 March 11, 2001 Feb. 24, 2001 March 11, 2000 Feb. 18, 2000 Jan. 28, 2000 Nov. 27, 1999 Nov. 20, 1999 Feb. 6, 1999 Jan. 3, 1999 Oct. 30, 1998 March 14, 1998 Feb. 14, 1998 Nov. 21, 1997 Nov. 14, 1997 Nov. 8, 1997 Jan. 5, 1996 Nov. 18, 1995 Nov. 17, 1995 Feb. 10, 1995 Dec. 10, 1994 March 11, 1994 Jan. 8, 1994 Nov. 27, 1993 Jan. 10, 1992 Jan. 4, 1991 Dec. 8, 1990 Nov. 2, 1990 Nov. 25, 1989 Jan. 21, 1989 March 7, 1988 March 6, 1988 Feb. 6, 1987 Dec. 15, 1984 Jan. 9, 1981 Jan. 3, 1981 Dec. 20, 1980 Jan. 20, 1978 March 4, 1975 Feb. 16, 1968 Jan. 27, 1968 Feb. 22, 1964 Nov. 23, 1962

*NCAA Playoffs @NCHC Playoffs #WCHA Playoffs Note: Shutouts are from NCAA Division I era (1961-62 to present)

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Mike Connnolly equaled a team single-game record with a five-goal outburst against arch-rival Minnesota on Feb. 5, 2011 at AMSOIL Arena.

Brett Hull scored three or more goals a UMDrecord 10 times during his two-year career and collected seven hat tricks (another Bulldog mark) in 1985-86.

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Player Opponent Alex Iafallo vs. North Dakota J.T. Brown (4) at Alaska Anchorage J.T. Brown at Nebraska-Omaha Mike Connolly (5) vs. Minnesota (W 6-4) Justin Fontaine (4) vs. Michigan Tech (W 8-1) MacGregor Sharp vs. Denver# (W 4-0) MacGregor Sharp at. Minnesota (L 3-5) Marco Peluso vs. MSU-Mankato (W 8-3) Junior Lessard vs. MSU-Mankato# (W 6-2) Marco Peluso at Colorado College (W 5-3) Luke Stauffacher vs. Bowling Green (W 6-1) Junior Lessard vs. MSU-Mankato (W 8-5) Tyler Brosz at Union College (W 7-4) Junior Lessard vs. Alaska Anchorage (W 8-1) Jon Francisco vs. Union College (W 5-2) Nick Anderson at Bemidji State (W 12-0) Junior Lessard vs. Bemidji State (W 7-2) Tom Nelson vs. Bemidji State (W 5-1) Judd Medak vs. Northern Michigan (L 4-5) Andy Reierson vs. Michigan Tech (W 5-3) Colin Anderson vs. Boston University (W 8-5) Jeff Scissons at Michigan Tech (W 6-2) Jeff Scissons (4) vs. Minnesota# (W 7-3) Mike Peluso vs. Colorado College (W 5-2) Colin Anderson vs. St. Cloud State (W 8-4) Ken Dzikowski at Denver (L 3-6) Joe Ciccarello at Denver (W 8-3) Jeff Romfo vs. Alaska Anchorage (W 7-2) Mike Peluso at Alaska Anchorage (W 6-4) Mike Peluso vs. St. Cloud State (W 7-1) Chet Culic vs. Northern Michigan (W 8-1) Mike Peluso (4) vs. North Dakota (L 7-9) Brett Larson at St. Cloud State# (L 5-8) Chris Marinucci vs. Wisconsin# (W 7-5) Joe Biondi vs. Colorado College (W 8-4) Derek Plante vs. Colorado College (W 8-4) Rusty Fitzgerald vs. Colorado College (W 9-3) Corey Osmak vs. Denver (W 7-1) Chris Marinucci at Alaska Anchorage (W 6-3) Chris Marinucci vs. Northern Michigan (W 5-2) Doug Torrel at Northern Michigan (L 4-6) Derek Plante vs. Denver (W 7-3) Brad Penner vs. Michigan Tech (W 7-2) Shjon Podein vs. North Dakota (L 3-5) Darren Nauss at Wisconsin (W 9-4) Darren Nauss vs. Denver (W 5-2) Shawn Howard vs. Denver (W 4-3) Shawn Howard vs. Colorado College (W10-3) Jerry Chumola vs. New Hampshire (W 7-1) Brian Johnson at North Dakota (L 3-5) Sean Toomey vs. UMass-Lowell (W 7-3) Brian Johnson at New Hampshire (W 11-4) Sean Toomey at Minnesota (L 6-8) Brett Hull (4) vs. Northern Michigan# (W 8-4) Brett Hull vs. North Dakota (L 7-8 OT) Brett Hull (4) vs. Michigan Tech (W 7-2) Brett Hull vs. Boston College (W 10-1) Skeeter Moore vs. Boston University (W 8-6) Brett Hull vs. Alaska Anchorage (W 6-1) Brett Hull at Wisconsin (L 3-4) Brett Hull vs. U.S. International (W 8-7) Skeeter Moore vs. U.S. International (W 12-4) Matt Christensen vs. Boston College* (W 7-6) Brett Hull at Wisconsin (W 8-1) Brett Hull at Wisonsin (W 5-4) Bill Watson vs. Minnesota (W 8-6) Bill Watson vs. Lowell (W 12-1) Norm Maciver (4) vs. Providence (W 9-2) Brett Hull at Northeastern U. (W 7-6 OT) Bill Watson vs. Northern Arizona (W 11-1) Matt Christensen at Wisconsin (W 9-0) Bob Lakso vs. Wisconsin (W 4-2) Mark Baron at Colorado College (W 6-3) Bill Watson vs. Lake Superior State (L 3-4) Matt Christensen vs. Denver (W 6-5) Bob Lakso vs. Boston University (W 5-4) Dan Fishback vs. Minnesota (W 9-3)

Date Oct. 28, 2016 Feb. 3, 2012 Jan. 13, 2012 Feb. 5, 2011 Nov. 14, 2009 March 21, 2009 Feb. 28, 2009 Oct. 23, 2004 March 13, 2004 Feb. 21, 2004 Jan. 2, 2004 Nov. 28, 2003 Nov. 22, 2003 Oct. 31, 2003 Dec. 28, 2002 Dec. 6, 2002 Dec. 8, 2001 Dec. 7, 2001 Nov. 24, 2001 Nov. 11, 2000 Dec. 28, 2000 Dec. 5, 1998 March 13, 1998 Jan. 31, 1998 Jan. 16, 1998 Dec. 13, 1996 Feb. 10, 1996 Jan. 19, 1996 Dec. 8, 1995 Dec. 1, 1995 March 4, 1995 Nov. 19, 1994 March 12, 1994 March 20, 1993 Feb. 13, 1993 Feb. 13, 1993 Feb. 12, 1993 Jan. 15, 1993 Jan. 2, 1993 Dec. 20, 1992 Jan. 25, 1992 Feb. 23, 1991 Jan. 25, 1991 Feb. 9, 1990 Nov. 24, 1989 Oct. 14, 1989 Oct. 13, 1989 Dec. 19, 1987 Nov. 20, 1987 Feb. 28, 1987 Jan. 2, 1987 Dec. 6, 1986 Oct. 17, 1986 March 1, 1986 Jan. 11, 1986 Jan. 3, 1986 Dec. 6, 1985 Nov. 29, 1985 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 2, 1985 Oct. 12, 1985 Oct. 11, 1985 March 30, 1985 Feb. 9, 1985 Feb. 8, 1985 Jan. 19, 1985 Jan. 4, 1985 Dec. 28, 1984 Dec. 14, 1984 Nov. 9, 1984 March 3, 1984 Feb. 17, 1984 Jan. 20, 1984 Dec. 28, 1983 Dec. 17, 1983 Nov. 12, 1983 Jan. 14, 1983


Date Feb. 27, 1982 Jan. 30, 1982 Dec. 28, 1981 Dec. 5, 1981 Dec. 4, 1981 Nov. 20, 1981 Oct. 20, 1981 Oct. 20, 1981 March 7, 1981 Feb. 28, 1981 Jan. 31, 1981 Nov. 21, 1980 Feb. 23, 1980 Feb. 16, 1980 Jan. 25, 1980 Nov. 30, 1979 Feb. 23, 1979 Jan. 27, 1979 Jan. 12, 1979 Jan. 6, 1979 Dec. 29, 1978 Oct. 14, 1978 Feb. 10, 1978 Dec. 17, 1977 Dec. 3, 1977 Jan. 28, 1977 Jan. 21, 1977 Nov. 19, 1976 March 6, 1976 Nov. 14, 1975 Jan. 11, 1975 Nov. 22, 1974 March 15, 1974 Feb. 8, 1974 Feb. 1, 1974 Jan. 19, 1974 Dec. 29, 1973 Dec. 28, 1973 Jan. 13, 1973 Dec. 29, 1972 Nov. 24, 1972 Nov. 23, 1972 Nov. 17, 1972 Dec. 17, 1971 Dec. 17, 1971 Dec. 3, 1971 Nov. 13, 1971 Feb. 26, 1971 Feb. 6, 1971 Dec. 5, 1970 Nov. 25, 1970 Nov. 25, 1970 Nov. 20, 1970 Jan. 17, 1970 Feb. 4, 1967 Dec. 29, 1966 Dec. 17, 1966

MacGregor Sharp collected two hat tricks as a senior, the last of which came in UMD’s 4-0 win over Denver in the 2009 WCHA Final Five championship game.

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Player Opponent Bill Oleksuk (4) vs. Wisconsin (L 6-8) Gregg Moore vs. Colorado College (W 8-2) Gregg Moore vs. Air Force (W 10-4) Gregg Moore vs. Denver (L 5-7) Scott Carlston vs. Denver (W 7-3) Bill Oleksuk vs. New Hampshire (W 8-3) Bill Mason vs. U.S. International (W 9-3) Scott Carlston vs. U.S. International (W 9-3) Gary DeGrio at Minnesota# (W 7-5) Scott Carlston vs. North Dakota (W 7-6) Scott Carlston vs. Notre Dame (W 6-4) Al Cleveland vs. Providence College (W 4-3) Gregg Moore at Minnesota (W 7-4) Keith Hendrickson vs. Wisconsin (W 8-4) Gary DeGrio vs. Denver (W 10-5) Bill Oleksuk at Colorado College (L 6-7) Scott Carlston vs. Michigan (W 12-3) Glenn Kulyk vs. Wisconsin (W 10-6) Bill Oleksuk at Minnesota (T 6-6) Bill Oleksuk vs. Denver (W 7-1) Mark Pavelich vs. Yale (W 6-5) Bah Harrington vs. Lake Superior State (W 10-4) Curt Giles vs. Michigan (W 6-1) John Rothstein at Colorado College (W 8-6) John Rothstein vs. Michigan State (W 10-6) Monty Jones vs. Denver (W 6-5) Dan Lempe vs. North Dakota (W 8-5) Dan Lempe vs. Colorado College (W 6-5) Mike Newton (4) vs. Michigan Tech (L 5-7) Tom Milani vs. Wisconsin (W 9-6) Mike Newton vs. Wisconsin (W 8-5) Tom Milani vs. Denver (T 3-3) Lyman Haakstad vs. St. Louis U.@ (W 6-3) Tom Milani at Colorado College (W 8-2) Tom Milani (4) vs. Michigan (W 9-5) Mike Newton at Denver (W 8-5) Merv Kiryluik vs. Denver (W 6-3) Lyman Haakstad vs. Denver (W 7-2) Pat Boutette vs. Michigan Tech (W 7-6 OT) Tom Milani vs. Carleton University (W 9-2) Tom Milani vs. Air Force (W 7-2) Pokey Trachsel (5) vs. Lake Superior State (W 11-5) Pat Boutette vs. North Dakota (W 6-1) Pat Boutette vs. Minnesota (W 15-3) Walt Ledingham vs. Minnesota (W 15-3) Walt Ledingham at Colorado College (W, 6-5) Alan Young vs. Minnesota (W, 5-1) Walt Ledingham vs. North Dakota (W 5-3) Walt Ledingham vs. Michigan State (W 8-4) Walt Ledingham (4) at Wisconsin (W 6-4) Phil Hoene vs. Providence College (W 10-3) Cam Fryar vs. Providence College (W 10-3) Murray Keogan at North Dakota (W 5-4) Chuck Ness vs. Ohio University (W 11-3) Pat Francisco vs. Wisconsin (W 6-1) Keith Christiansen vs. Army (W 10-2) Pat Francisco (4) vs. Brown U. (W 9-4) #WCHA Playoffs *at NCAA Championships (Detroit, MI) @National Invitational Hockey Tournament

Note: Hat trick statistics before the 1966-67 season are not available.

Bill Oleksuk is one of just 13 Bulldogs to ever hit the four-plus goal mark in one game, turning the trick at Wisconsin on Feb. 27, 1982.

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Colin Anderson

Craig Arvidson

Bobby Bell

Joe Biondi

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Brian Caruso

Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS Abelsen, Jerry (Duluth, MN) 1956-60 D Aho, Lyle (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 W Ahrens, Tom (Duluth, MN) 1965-68 D Akervik, Wally (Duluth, MN) 1955-58 D Akins, Drew (Excelsior, MN) 2006-10 C Albers, John (West St. Paul, MN) 1974-76 D Aldoff, Rod (Lethbridge, AB) 1991-95 D Alexander, Bob (Apple Valley, MN) 1985-88 LW Amatuzio, Al (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 D Amatuzio, John (Duluth, MN) 1946-48 C Ambrose, Dick (St. Paul, MN) 1962-63 D Amundson, Darrin (Duluth, MN) 1987-91 C Anderson, Colin (Regina, SASK) 1996-00 LW/RW Anderson, Harold (Duluth, MN) 1946-47 D Anderson, Joey (Roseville, MN) 2016- RW Anderson, Nate (Deerwood, MN) 1998-02 C Anderson, Nick (Proctor, MN) 2000-05 RW Anderson, Rich (Elk River, MN) 1995-00 RW Anderson, Rob (Superior, WI) 1999-2003 G Anderson, Tommy (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 F Andersson, Anders (Int’l Falls, MN) 1981-82, 83-84 C Andrusak, Greg (Nelson, BC) 1987-90, 91-92 D Antoskiewicz, Henry (Duluth, MN) 1930-32 C Antonovich, Jeff (Coleraine, MN) 1992-93 C Apostal, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1952-54 F Armstrong, Stanley 1931-32 NA Arnold, Josh (Moorhead, MN) 1994-96 C Arvidson, Craig (St. Paul, MN) 1973-77 LW Axelsson, Niklas (Waxholm, Sweden) 1993-95 G

GP NA NA 80 NA 153 55 136 78 NA NA 1 113 140 NA 39 120 136 60 79 NA 5 143 NA 1 NA NA 19 133 5

G 8 NA 4 0 21 1 20 33 NA NA 0 21 44 NA 12 18 30 5 0 7 1 20 NA 0 3 NA 0 32 0

A 27 NA 16 0 30 4 62 26 NA NA 0 30 67 NA 25 25 23 6 3 4 1 69 NA 0 6 NA 2 36 0

PTS 35 NA 20 0 51 5 82 59 NA NA 0 51 111 NA 37 43 53 11 3 11 2 89 NA 0 9 NA 2 68 0

P-PM 23-40 NA 55-119 1-2 94-240 17-34 105-237 44-96 NA NA 0-0 26-52 55-126 NA 4-8 38-92 48-137 19-54 5-10 NA 0-0 144-315 NA 0 NA NA 1-2 18-36 0-0

Badiuk, Tom (Fort Frances, ONT) 1968-69 LW Bailey, Mel (Rosemount, MN) 1981-82 D Baron, Mark (Chisholm, MN) 1980-85 RW Bartholdi, Tom (Duluth, MN) 1960-62 RW Bartness, Gary (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 G Basaraba, Joe (Fort Frances, ONT) 2010-14 LW/RW Beasley, Jay (Taconite, MN) 1958-59, 60-63 RW Beck, Ron (International Falls, MN) 1967-69 G Bell, Bobby (Proctor, MN) 1963-67 LW Bellamy, Dick (Duluth, MN) 1953-54 RW Bergman, Wade (Calgary, AB) 2009-13 D Berry, Ed (Duluth, MN) 1946-50 D Biondi, Joe (Warroad, MN) 1989-93 C Birrenkott, Andy (Anoka, MN) 1997-98 D Birt, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1952-54 G Bockland, Jim (Duluth, MN) 1955-56 F Boehm, Brett (Martensville, SASK) 2014-15 LW Bolf, Brian (Hibbing, MN) 1994-95 C Bodin, Don (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 RW/LW Bois, Curtis (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1995-99 RW/LW Bolin, Jeff (Edina, MN) 1980-81 G Bordson, Rob (Duluth, MN) 2007-10 C Boreen, Merrill (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 F Bortolussi, Jason (Thunder Bay, ONT) 1989-92 RW Bostrom, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1952-53 F Bourdeau, Don (Duluth, MN) 1954-56 C Boutette, Pat (Windsor, ONT) 1970-73 LW Boyat, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1948-50, 53-54 LW Braff, John (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 F Bretto, Jim (Hibbing, MN) 1957-59 D Bromme, Pete (Duluth, MN) 1950-51 G Brown, J.T. (Burnsville, MN) 2010-12 RW Brosz, Tyler (Medicine Hat, AB) 2001-05 LW Buck, David (Hastings, MN) 1993-96 D Busniuk, Ron (Fort William, ONT) 1967-70 C/D Butler, Jerome (Salol, MN) 1991-94 G Bymark, John (Grand Rapids, MN) 1953-57 D Bymark, Bob (Grand Rapids, MN) 1959-61 F

11 1 124 NA NA 148 74 15 108 NA 144 NA 143 2 1 23 5 15 NA 145 2 82 NA 82 NA NA 101 NA NA NA NA 81 133 22 84 50 NA NA

0 0 38 10 NA 28 28 0 38 1 10 NA 40 0 0 11 0 1 NA 28 0 13 NA 15 4 23 53 4 NA 2 NA 40 28 1 25 0 10 5

0 0 43 17 NA 28 30 0 51 3 41 NA 49 0 0 10 0 2 NA 40 0 34 NA 10 5 26 78 10 NA 4 NA 44 47 3 50 2 13 8

0 0 81 27 NA 56 58 0 89 4 51 NA 89 0 0 21 0 3 NA 68 0 47 NA 25 9 49 131 14 NA 6 NA 84 75 4 75 2 23 13

0-0 0-0 21-45 5-10 NA 68-153 8-16 0-0 74-156 NA 49-98 NA 19-46 1-2 0-0 2-4 2-4 1-2 NA 91-239 0-0 17-30 NA 25-58 NA 9-19 103-248 NA NA 17-32 NA 49-109  48-105 15-44 57-128 0-0 NA 2-4

Caig, T.J. (Kelowna, BC) Caldwell, Al (Duluth, MN) Calengor, Jerry (Hibbing, MN) Cameranesi, Tony (Plymouth, MN) Campe, Ernie (Toronto, ONT) Campion, Will (Seaford, NY) Carey, Paul (Winnipeg, MB) Caruso, Brian (Thunder Bay, ONT) Carlson, Mark (Warroad, MN) Carlson, Mike (Two Harbors, MN) Carlston, Scott (Bloomington, MN) Carroll, Andrew (Shoreview, MN) Cascalenda, Jay (West St. Paul, MN) Casto, Chris (Stillwater, MN) Christensen, Matt (Hoyt Lakes, MN) Christensen, Roland (Duluth, MN) Christian, Marc (Bloomington, MN) Christiansen, Keith (Fort Frances, ONT) Christy, Doug (Grand Rapids, MN) Chumola, Jerry (Starbuck, MB) Chwialkowski, Corey (Bemidji, MN)

99 NA NA 152 115 1 2 137 150 2 147 153 127 77 168 NA 76 102 38 81 5

22 42 NA NA 6 5 41 83 17 52 0 0 0 0 30 32 30 60 0 0 87 116 29 28 1 9 5 17 76 143 NA NA 12 17 75 121 3 6 29 43 0 0

64 NA 11 124 69 0 0 62 90 0 203 57 10 22 219 NA 29 196 9 72 0

2002-05 C 1930-31 NA 1952-55 F 2013-16 C 1970-74 D 2016-17 D 1994-95 C 1990-94 LW 1998-02 D/LW 1981-82 C 1978-82 LW 2005-09 LW 2005-09 D/LW 2011-13 D 1982-86 C 1951-52 W 1991-96 RW 1963-67 C 1973-75 LW 1987-89 C 1989-90 G

55-129 NA NA 37-77 44-88 1-2 1-2 66-143 35-73 0-0 61-130 51-112 56-131 15-30 43-94 NA 24-51 95-258 4-8 17-34 0-0


Year(s) POS 1986-88 C 1992-96 RW 1977-81 LW 2002-03 D 1999-00 D 2008-12 C 2008-11 LW 1977-81 LW 2000-02 G 1997-01 D 1952-53 G 1976-80 RW 2012-16 D 1985-88 G 1957-60 LW 1983-87 C 2010-14 G 2011-15 LW 1956-60 C 1989-93 D 1979-83 D 1993-96 LW 1956-59 LW 2004-08 RW 2002-06 D

GP 80 153 121 2 27 166 123 129 39 147 11 129 111 31 NA 130 65 145 NA 43 88 81 NA 115 164

G A 27 45 38 41 28 27 0 0 0 2 66 131 55 81 19 23 0 1 11 13 0 0 37 28 4 24 0 0 24 18 24 54 0 0 40 39 24 43 0 2 1 12 13 18 36 25 11 24 10 36

PTS 72 79 55 0 2 197 136 42 1 24 0 65 28 0 42 78 0 79 67 2 13 31 61 35 46

P-PM 15-30 48-112 42-95 0-0 10-20 67-156 53-136 31-65 1-2 102-215 0-0 42-86 30-71 1-2 12-22 33-66 2-4 45-120 16-30 0-0 48-107 25-58 3-5.5 82-197 100-219

Dahl, Scott (Duluth, MN) 1956-57, 58-59 RW Danberg, Cody (Canwood, SASK) 2007-13 LW Davis, Adam (Prior Lake,MN) 2005-06 D Davis, Ben (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 W DeAngelis, Mike (Kamloops, BC) 1984-88 D Decowski, Cal (Andover, MN) 2012-16 C Deery, Nick (La Crosse, Wis.) 2016- G DeLuca, Tom (Port Arthur, ONT) 1962-63 G DeGrio, Gary (Grand Rapids, MN) 1978-82 LW/C DeGrio, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1958-59 RW DeLisle, Dan (Arden Hills, MN) 2009-13 LW DeLisle, Joe (Shoreview, MN) 1984-88 RW Derow, Derek (Springside, SASK) 1997-01 RW Devich, John (Duluth, MN) 1966-67 D Dodge, Ken (Duluth, MN) 1931-32 NA Doell, Curtis (Saskatoon, SASK) 1996-98 D Downing, Jon (New Brighton, MN) 1981-85 G Duffey, Ben (Bismarck, ND) 1984-85 G Durand, Brian (Cloquet, MN) 1983-86 C Dzikowski, Ken (Portage, MAN) 1994-98 C/LW

8 135 18 NA 152 135 3 6 145 NA 103 121 113 23 NA 76 26 1 59 150

3 10 1 NA 19 14 0 0 59 0 9 12 28 1 NA 15 0 0 4 36

2 14 2 NA 57 28 0 0 38 0 7 17 33 3 NA 43 0 0 6 66

5 24 3 NA 76 42 0 0 97 0 16 29 61 4 NA 58 0 0 10 102

6-12 26-63 15-60 NA 27-54 7-14 0-0 0-0 25-50 1-2 40-80 82-164 16-32 3-6 NA 94-234 0-0 0-0 4-8 105-218

Eddolls, Gordy (Montreal, QUE) Egan, Tim (Mahtomedi, MN) Ekman, Dean (Fridley, MN) Ellingson, Lyn (Duluth, MN) Engen, Scott (Duluth, MN) Erickson, Chad (Warroad, MN) Erickson, Jim (Duluth, MN) Erickson, Ken (Minneapolis, MN) Erickson, Ron (Burnsville, MN) Exell, Billy (Thunder Bay, ONT)

1947-49 1975-76 1979-83 1969-73 1989-92 1988-91 1946-47 1958-59 1979-83 2015-

NA 21 68 97 20 94 NA NA 32 48

NA 1 6 7 1 0 NA 0 0 3

NA 4 7 14 0 3 NA 1 0 4

NA 5 13 21 1 3 NA 1 0 7

NA 3-6 15-30 12-24 3-6 16-32 NA 0-0 0-0 3-6

Farley, Austin (Niles, IL) Farrow, David (Regina, SASK) Faulk, Justin (South St. Paul, MN) Fearing, Dennis (Hibbing, MN) Federenko, Brad (Prince Albert, SASK) Fellner, Garry (Regina, SASK) Fibiger, Jesse (Victoria, BC) Fishback, Bruce (White Bear Lake, MN) Fishback, Dan (White Bear Lake, MN) Fisher, Dick (Duluth, MN) Fitzgerald, Rusty (Duluth, MN) Flaherty, Keegan (Duluth, MN) Flaman, Harvey (Regina, SASK) Flint, Tony (Anoka, MN) Fons, Alex (Minnetonka, MN) Fontaine, Justin (Bonnyville, AB) Forbes, Ron (William, ONT) Foster, Jack (Warroad, MN) Francisco, Jon (Hermantown, MN) Francisco, Pat (Duluth, MN) Francisco, Rick (Duluth, MN) Froiland, Elroy (Thief River Falls, MN) Fryer, Cam (Unity, SASK) Fulton, Jordan (Brooklyn Park, MN) Funke, Tom (Duluth, MN)

2012-16 LW 1967-70 LW 2010-11 D 1970-73 D/RW 1992-97 LW 1973-75 D 1997-01 D 1983-87 RW 1979-83 C 1961-65 D 1991-95 LW/C 2009-13 LW/RW 1955-58 F 1990-93 G 2012-15 G 2007-11 W 1967-69 LW 1961-62 F 1999-03 C/W 1963-67 RW 1973-74 RW 1965-68 RW 1969-72 RW 2006-10 LW 1977-78 LW

144 79 39 82 152 18 150 98 154 99 147 148 63 14 3 159 52 2 154 105 1 79 94 156 21

46 60 18 11 8 25 3 4 67 66 1 0 11 36 7 9 63 109 14 26 60 81 10 19 84 67 0 0 0 0 62 102 16 13 0 0 42 62 69 64 0 0 9 7 40 62 24 34 2 3

106 29 33 7 133 1 47 16 172 40 141 29 151 0 0 164 29 0 104 133 0 16 102 58 5

14-109 15-30 18-47 9-18 33-88 2-4 119-282 11-22 51-102 85-193 97-197 38-76 32-86 0-0 0-0 37-90 11-30 0-0 75-161 26-71 2-12 11-22 46-117 84-187 6-12

Garatti, Jason (Thunder Bay, ONT) Garrison, Jason (White Rock, BC) Gasparini, Tony (Grand Forks, ND) Gawryletz, Travis (Trail, BC) Geisler, Beau (Coleraine, MN) Gerarden, Dan (Green Bay, WI)

1993-98 2005-08 1995-99 2004-08 2000-04 1980-82

142 87 15 140 159 75

11 9 0 5 19 23

29 29 0 23 98 61

55-121 34-68 0-0 57-125 54-108 46-109

D D RW C RW G W RW G RW

D D G D D C

18 20 0 18 79 38

Dave Cowan

Ernie Campe

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Player (Hometown) Chyzowski, Barry (Edmonton, AB) Ciccarello, Joe (Calgary, AB) Cleveland, Al (Grand Rapids, MN) Collova, Steve (White Bear Lake, MN) Conboy, John (Silver Bay, MN) Connolly, Jack (Duluth, MN) Connolly, Mike (Calgary, AB) Conroy, Tom (New Brighton, MN) Coole, Adam (Duluth, MN) Coole, Ryan (Duluth, MN) Cooper, Paul (Duluth, MN) Corbin, Mitch (Duluth, MN) Corrin, Willie (International Falls, MN) Cortes, Mike (Duluth, MN) Cousineau, Bernard (Fort Frances, ONT) Cowan, Dave (Minneapolis, MN) Crandall, Aaron (Lakeville, MN) Crandall, Justin (Lakeville, MN) Cronkhite, Larry (International Falls, MN) Cronkhite, Steve (Bloomington, MN) Crookshank, George (Courtenay, BC) Culic, Chet (Regina, SASK) Curran, Irving (Duluth, MN) Curry, Mike (Eagle River, AK) Czech, Steve (Oakdale, MN)

Gary DeGrio

Brad Federenko

Jason Garatti

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Ryan Geris

Bert Gilling

Bill Grillo

Mark Heaslip

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Darin Illikainen

Player (Hometown) Year(s) POS Gergen, Michael (Hastings, MN) 2005-09 LW Geris, Ryan (Alexandria, MN) 2002-05, 2006-07 D Giles, Curt (The Pas, MAN) 1975-79 D Gilling, Bert (Alexander, MB) 1995-99 D Glines, Woody (Elk River, MN) 1995-96 C Glynn, Brian (Tonawanda, NY) 1982-84 C Gorsalitz, Logan (Fort McMurray, AB) 2006-07 RW Gosselin, Guy (Rochester, MN) 1982-87 D Gotelaere, Mike (Superior, WI) 1981-82 D Graiziger, Pat (Roseville, MN) 1976-78 D Graven, Jim (Wayzata, MN) 1979-83 D Greer, Matt (Vadnais Heights, MN) 2005-09 LW Gregoire, Jason (Moorhead, MN) 1999-01 G Grillo, Bill (Hibbing, MN) 1980-84 D Grosse, Mel (Saskatoon, SASK) 1969-71 D Grun, David (White Bear Lake, MN) 2008-12 RW Gulbranson, Kerry (Gilbert, MN) 1975-76 D Gunderson, Mark (Duluth, MN) 1997-01 C Gustafson, Richard (Fort Frances, ONT) 1956-58 G Guyer, Pat (Taconite, MN) 1981-83 C

GP 153 89 143 145 5 23 23 160 3 35 153 148 2 153 54 113 1 143 5 34

G A 34 35 6 21 36 135 6 24 1 0 2 6 0 2 15 34 0 1 1 12 8 45 13 14 0 0 7 23 0 2 12 15 0 0 15 24 0 0 2 7

PTS 69 27 171 30 1 8 2 49 1 13 53 27 0 30 2 27 0 39 0 9

P-PM 74-176 42-84 131-265 69-146 0-0 2-4 9-18 93-195 0-0 27-62 85-170 39-78 0-0 73-157 16-32 41-90 0-0 35-70 0-0 2-4

Haakstad, Carmen (Grande Prairie, AB) Haakstad, Jason (Kelowna, BC) Haakstad, Lyman (Grande Prairie, AB) Haddad, George (Duluth, MN) Haines, Dave (Fort Frances, ONT) Halbrehder, Bill (Superior, WIi) Haley, Mike (Minneapolis, MN) Hall, Jim (Thief River Falls, MN) Hambly, Tim (White Bear Lake, MN) Hammond, Brett (Roseville, MN) Hanson, Greg (Bloomington, MN) Hanson, Tom (Hibbing, MN) Hardwick, Jay (Warroad, MN) Harker, Gary (Duluth, MN) Harney, Tim (Duluth, MN) Harrington, John (Virginia, MN) Hauer, Brett (Richfield, MN) Hayko, Rick (Regina, SASK) Heaslip, Mark (Duluth, MN) Hedlund, Don (Roseau, MN) Hegg, Peter (International Falls, MN) Heidman, Cliff (Duluth, MN) Heikkinen, Wally (Tower, MN) Heinz, Rick (Essex, ONT) Hendricks, Tom (Bloomington, MN) Hendrickson, Jake (Savage, MN) Hendrickson, Keith (Virginia, MN) Herbert, Caleb (Bloomington, MN) Herzig, Tom (International Falls, MN) High, Harold (Duluth, MN) Hilderman, Jarod (Kamsack, SASK) Hill, Bob (Duluth, MN) Hill, Ronald (Oak Park, IL) Hiti, Ludwig (Eveleth, MN) Hjelle, Brady (International Falls, MN) Hoene, Phil (Duluth, MN) Hogue, LeRoy (Heron Bay, ONT) Holappa, Frank (Duluth, MN) Homstol, Ryan (Tisdale, SASK) Horn, Mike (Duluth, MN) Howard, Shawn (Anchorage, AK) Hubick, Greg (Strausburg, SASK) Hunt, Roger (Toronto, ONT) Hull, Brett (West Vancouver, BC) Huttel, Chad (Hermantown, MN) Hyduke, John (Hibbing, MN)

1974-78 RW 1996-98 RW/C 1970-74 C 1946-47 W 1968-70 C 1961-65 G 1957-61 G 1957-58 F 2001-05 D 2001-05 LW 1992-96 D 1985-89 D 2000-04 D 1962-63 LW 1952-53 D 1975-79 RW 1989-93 D 1985-89 G 1971-73 RW 1976-80 D 1967-68 LW 1930-31 G 1949-53 F 1974-78 G 1980-81 RW 2009-13 C/RW 1975-80 D 2011-14 LW 1981-85 LW 1952-55 C 2016- D 1962-66 D 1963-66 G 1946-48 G 2008-10 G 1968-71 C 1960-61 D 1953-56 D 1997-01 LW 1954-57 F 1987-91 F 1970-72 D 1971-73 LW 1984-86 RW 2007-11 D 1985-89 G

111 88 140 NA 28 66 49 NA 141 146 112 72 129 9 NA 134 140 6 69 114 20 NA NA 110 1 138 150 112 161 NA 11 104 12 NA 19 81 NA NA 153 NA 151 66 38 90 85 106

7 19 59 NA 5 0 0 6 13 29 9 1 4 0 0 65 21 0 33 10 2 NA NA 0 0 12 35 32 57 15 0 25 0 NA 0 33 3 8 25 16 50 14 10 84 2 0

24 13 70 NA 1 0 0 6 47 37 31 7 13 0 0 73 73 1 38 26 2 NA NA 1 0 14 94 57 74 14 1 65 0 NA 3 27 4 8 45 17 45 29 13 60 7 4

31 32 129 NA 6 0 0 12 60 66 40 8 17 0 0 138 94 1 71 36 4 NA NA 1 0 26 129 89 131 29 1 90 0 NA 3 60 7 16 70 33 95 43 23 144 9 4

21-45 39-94 43-86 NA 3-6 0-0 1-5 3-4.5 66-132 66-143 100-224 14-28 30-71 0-0 0-0 33-66 91-190 0-0 40-83 79-161 5-10 NA NA 8-16 0-0 17-34 59-118 73-168 28-56 NA 2-4 30-71 0-0 NA 1-2 15-49 14-28 NA 60-147 NA 78-170 39-105 5-10 31-70 45-125 2-4

Iafallo, Alex (Eden, NY) Illikainen, Darin (Hermantown, MN)

2013-17 1984-88

152 99

48 14

73 15

121 29

26-52 21-42

LW LW

Jablonic, Dan (Blaine, MN) 1993-97 LW 51 5 6 11 15-30 Jacques, Mike (Duluth, MN) 1976-78 LW 24 1 7 8 9-18 Jago, Dale (Reston, MB) 1986-90 D 146 26 61 87 52-112 Janostin, Pat (Hafford, SASK) 1985-89 D 129 3 15 18 26-60 Jappe, Herman (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA Jensen, Jim (Maplewood, MN) 2005-06 D 11 0 1 1 13-34 Johnson, Adam (Hibbing, MN) 2015-16 LW/C 81 24 31 55 13-26 Johnson, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1959-60 LW 12 1 2 3 1-2 Johnson, Brad (Silver Bay, MN) 1983-84 C 1 0 0 0 0-0 Johnson, Brian (Silver Bay, MN) 1983-87 D/C 158 36 76 112 43-86 Johnson, Cliff 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA Johnson, Davey (Kelly Lake, MN) 1976-79, 80-81 C 115 38 43 81 40-91 Johnson, Derik (Bloomington, MN) 2011-15 D 108 2 15 17 66-211 Johnson, Duane (Duluth, MN) 1953-55 G 33 0 0 0 0-0 Johnson, Frank (Duluth, MN) 1952-56 LW NA 37 22 59 NA Johnson, Jeff (Minneapolis, MN) 1975-79 G 16 0 0 0 1-2 Johnson, Jim (New Hope, MN) 1981-85 D 174 13 70 83 193-402 Johnson, Josh (Esko, MN) 2003-07 G 51 0 2 2 1-2 Johnson, Leonard 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA Johnson, Ron (Duluth, MN) 1959-63 LW 73 39 31 70 19-40


Year(s) POS 1986-87 C/RW 1947-48 W 1931-32 NA 1973-77 LW 1973-76 C 1968-71 RW 1974-75 D 1973-74 RW 1956-60 D 1952-53 NA

GP 18 NA NA 141 106 62 36 9 NA NA

G 0 NA NA 70 23 5 4 1 13 NA

A 1 NA NA 83 47 7 5 0 19 NA

PTS 1 NA NA 153 70 12 9 1 32 NA

P-PM 3-6 NA NA 59-150 47-102 6-12 13-26 1-2 21-55 NA

Kaiser, Kevin (Winnipeg, MB) Karakas, Kraig (White Bear Lake, MN) Kaskisuo, Kasimir (Vantaa, Finland) Keller, Scott (Winnipeg, MB) Kemp, Nick (Hermantown, MN) Keogan, Murray (Biggar, SASK) Keseley, Terry (Silver Bay, MN) Kiryluik, Merv (Dauphin, MB) Kishel, Scott (Virginia, MN) Kleisinger, Jerry (Regina, SASK) Knapp, Jim (International Falls, MN) Knauff, Chris (Bloomington, MN) Knutila, Ben (Duluth, MN) Koidahl, Scott (Duluth, MN) Kolar, Chad (Hibbing, MN) Kolar, Joe (Taconite, MN) Korhonen, Pasi (Jyvaskyla, Finland) Kosti, Rick (Limerick, SASK) Kotyk, Brenden (Regina, SASK) Krakiwsky, Sean (Calgary, AB) Kramnic, Ron (Duluth, MN) Krause, Adam (Hermantown, MN) Krawchuk, Larry (William, ONT) Kreidler, Jack (Duluth, MN) Krensing, Mike (Babbitt, MN) Kronick, Dan (Inver Grove Heights, MN) Krysiak, Jim (Duluth, MN) Kuhlman, Karson (Esko, MN) Kulyk, Glenn (Prince Albert, SASK) Kurvers, Tom (Bloomington, MN)

1988-92 LW 1990-94 C/LW 2014-16 G 1987-91 RW 2005-09 RW 1969-71 C 1977-79 RW 1970-74 RW 2008-12 D 1955-58 G/F 1972-76 D 1977-79 D 1930-31 F 1972-75 C 2000-02 C 1952-53 F/D 1999-00 LW 1983-85 G 2014-17 D 1985-86 RW 1951-52 RW 2011-15 RW 1967-69 RW 1966-68 W 1979-83 C 2002-04 W 1949-53 D 2014- RW 1976-80 C 1980-84 D

155 69 75 159 150 49 5 128 82 56 121 41 NA 95 26 NA 8 83 41 10 NA 133 56 12 144 15 NA 122 136 164

44 52 9 16 0 4 38 54 23 28 36 37 0 1 37 80 3 26 1 0 7 17 1 5 NA NA 21 37 0 1 1 4 1 2 0 0 3 10 0 4 NA NA 16 21 19 17 0 0 41 59 0 3 4 3 26 34 44 75 43 149

96 25 4 92 51 73 1 117 29 1 24 6 NA 58 1 5 3 0 13 4 NA 37 36 0 100 3 7 60 119 192

70-168 35-70 0-0 49-98 46-125 21-74 0-0 48-104 20-51 5-9.5 27-54 3-6 NA 11-22 3-6 NA 0-0 7-14 23-57 1-2 NA 57-169 8-16 2-15 59-129 10-31 NA 13-29 25-53 76-152

Lamb, Brady (Calgary, AB) 2008-12 D Lang, Glen (Columbia Heights, MN) 1988-90 C Lakso, Bob (Aurora, MN) 1980-84 LW Langevin, Dave (St. Paul, MN) 1972-76 D Larson, Brett (Duluth, MN) 1991-95 D Larson, Ken (Duluth, MN) 1971-72 RW Larson, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1968-69 LW Lawson, Tim (Taconite, MN) 1974-75 C LeBlanc, David (William, ONT) 1965-68 G Ledingham, Walt (Weyburn, SASK) 1969-72 LW LeFebvre, Blair (Prince George, BC) 2004-05 RW Lempe, Dan (Grand Rapids, MN) 1976-80 C Lenardon, Bill (William, ONT) 1959-63 C Lence, Mike (St. Paul Park, MN) 1970-74 LW Lendzyk, Taras (Wynyard, SASK) 1992-96 G Lessard, Junior (St. Joseph deBeauce, QUE) 2000-04 RW LeTourneau, Doug (Rochester, MN) 1979-81 C Lewis, Herb (Minneapolis, MN) 1963-64 D Lidster, Laird (Brandon, MB) 1994-98 D Lillo, Tim (Roseau, MN) 1969-70 RW Lindberg, Chris (Fort Frances, ONT) 1987-89 C Lindsey, William (Duluth, MN) 1931-32 NA Little, Rob (Edina, MN) 1974-76 G Locker, Derek (Duluth, MN) 1993-94 RW Lodahl, John (Oakdale, MN) 1979-81 RW Lorentz, Tom (West St. Paul, MN) 1984-88 C/RW Lund, Bill (Roseau, MN) 1990-91 C Lund, Bob (Warroad, MN) 1959-60, 1962-65 D Lundeen, Len (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 NA Lundeen, Steve (Fergus Falls, MN) 1980-81 D

139 7 150 142 133 6 3 16 65 95 26 146 66 69 126 160 8 6 149 3 71 NA 7 16 43 54 20 56 NA 1

22 45 0 3 69 75 35 72 24 43 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 66 68 2 5 79 143 32 39 4 5 0 11 74 68 0 1 0 0 8 55 0 0 27 28 NA NA 0 0 1 4 9 6 8 5 0 2 7 19 NA NA 0 0

67 3 144 107 67 1 0 4 0 134 7 222 71 9 11 142 1 0 63 0 55 NA 0 5 15 13 2 26 NA 0

72-161 0-0 16-32 147-303 59-118 0-0 0-0 11-22 4-8 22-60 6-12 69-179 21-61 5-10 16-40 54-116 2-4 0-0 97-226 0-0 38-87 NA 0-0 5-10 14-28 17-34 4-8 7-14 NA 0-0

Maciver, Norm (Thunder Bay, ONT) Mackay, Parker (Irma, Alberta) Madson, Tom (Grand Rapids, MN) Maertz, Dave (Duluth, MN) Maertz, Dick (Duluth, MN) Maertz, Jim (Duluth, MN) Mahle, Dan (International Falls, MN) Marinucci, Chris (Grand Rapids, MN) Mason, Bill (International Falls, MN) Mason, Bob (International Falls, MN) Mathias, Matt (Duluth, MN) May, Danny (Minneapolis, MN) McCarthy, P. McCormick, John (Fort William, ONT) McCormack, Nick (Ramsey, MN) McCulloch, Barry (Thunder Bay, ONT) McDonald, David (Winnipeg, MB) McDonald, Gord (Windsor, ONT)

1982-86 D 165 39 152 191 82-167 2015- RW 61 12 6 18 5-10 1977-81 D 143 2 27 29 56-112 1965-66 C 20 5 4 9 2-4 1963-67 RW 108 29 19 48 42-84 1968-71 D 68 6 23 29 79-160 1967-70 LW 74 6 11 17 61-128 1990-94 RW 151 77 96 173 82-178 1981-84 RW 113 31 37 68 35-71 1981-83 G 69 0 1 1 2-4 2000-03 C 84 7 8 15 15-30 1981-85 C 122 24 26 50 42-84 1931-32 NA NA NA NA NA NA 1960-62 LW NA 25 16 41 1-2 2014- D 24 0 6 6 5-10 1977-79 C 29 2 2 4 11-22 1977-79 LW 30 5 9 14 9-21 1971-75 D 127 20 76 96 65-138

Bruce Jordet

Kevin Kaiser

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Player (Hometown) Johnson, Ross (Rochester, MN) Johnson, Warren (Duluth, MN) Johnson, William (Duluth, MN) Jones, Monty (Craik, SASK) Jones, Rodney (Craik, SASK) Jordet, Bruce (Duluth, MN) Joyce, Bob (Winnipeg, MB) Judkins, Jay (Anoka, MN) Judnick, Don (Eveleth, MN) Juneo, Robert (Duluth, MN)

Mike Krensing

Laird Lidster

Matt Mathias

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Kris Miller

Mark Odnokon

Marty Olson

Drew Otten

80

Stan Palmer

Player (Hometown) McFarland, Jeff (Plymouth, MN) McGann, Bill (Duluth, MN) McGiffert, Bill (Duluth, MN) McGregor, Bryan (Niagara Falls, ONT) McIvor, Kirk (Eston, SASK) McKay, John (Duluth, MN) McKnight, Matt (Halkirk, AB) McLeod, Bruce (Fort Frances, ONT) McManus, Luke (Apple Valley, MN) McNeely, Matt (Burnsville, MN) Meagher, Gordy (Duluth, MN) Medak, Judd (Vancouver, BC) Mendesh, Tony (Duluth, MN) Melynchuk, Walter (Fort Frances, ONT) Meyers, Josh (Alexandria, MN) Milani, Tom (Thunder Bay, ONT) Miller, Jade (Minto, ND) Miller, Kris (Taconite, MN) Miller, Rod (Prince Albert, SASK) Miskovich, Josh (Pengilly, MN) Miskovich, Michael (Grand Rapids, MN) Mitchell, John (Duluth, MN) Mithrush, Mike (Ft. William, ONT) Moellman, Jim (Wyoming, MN) Moen, Billy (Proctor, MN) Molenaar, Dan (Eden Prairie, MN) Montgomery, Mike (Lino Lakes, MN) Moore, Gregg (Edina, MN) Moore, Skeeter (Duluth, MN) Mrazek, Jerome (Prince Albert, SASK) Mrozik, Rick (Cloquet, MN) Mrozik, Tom (Duluth, MN) Murphy, Gary (Bovey, MN) Murphy, Jim (St. Paul, MN) Murray, Rob (Duluth, MN) Mustonen, Ernie (Soudan, MN)

Year(s) 2003-07 1960-64 1961-65 2003-07 1974-76 1965-68 2004-08 1966-69 2011-14 2012-16 1986-89 1998-02 1951-52 1958-59 2005-09 1972-76 2016- 1987-91 1990-94 2001-05 1999-02 1952-55 1960-63 1995-97 1976-77 2013- 2007-11 1979-83 1983-87 1970-74 1993-97 1965-68 1966-68 2000-01 1979-83 1949-51

Nauss, Darren (Saskatoon, SASK) Nelson, Brett (Grand Rapids, MN) Nelson, Brian (Willmar, MN) Nelson, Jim (Duluth, MN) Nelson, Joe (St. Paul, MN) Nelson, Tom (Superior, WI) Nemanick, Tom (Eveleth, MN) Ness, Chuck (Duluth, MN) Ness, Eric (Grand Forks, ND) Newell, Richard (Winnipeg, MB) Newton, Mike (Grand Rapids, MN) Nicklin, Brant (Comox, BC) Niskanen, Matt (Mountain Iron, MN) Noreen, Dale (Duluth, MN) Nosan, Doug (Hibbing, MN) Nosan, Ryan (Baudette, MN) Novak, Aaron (Cloquet, MN) Nyhus, Robert (Duluth, MN) Oberg, Evan (Forestburg, AB) O’Brien, Ed (Calgary, AB) Odnokon, Mark (Prince Albert, SASK) O’Handley, Mike (Duluth, MN) Oleksuk, Bill (Thunder Bay, ONT) Oleksuk, Travis (Thunder Bay, ONT) Olsen, Dylan (Calgary, AB) Olson, Bruce (Salol, MN) Olson, Drew (Brainerd, MN) Olson, Gerald (Duluth, MN) Olson, Marty (International Falls, MN) Opostal, Bob (Duluth, MN) Osmak, Corey (Edmonton, AB) Osterberg, Kyle (Lakeville, MN) Otis, Mike (Duluth, MN) Otis, Steve (Virginia, MN) Otten, Drew (Minnetonka, MN) Oven, Joe (Eveleth, MN)

POS C D C RW C D C LW D G G RW G C D RW C D D RW RW RW C G G D D/RW RW LW G D C C C D W

G A 6 12 8 12 17 31 25 24 12 23 1 13 25 44 41 40 0 3 0 1 0 0 30 60 NA NA 3 3 30 46 100 98 1 0 11 49 7 22 10 6 1 0 16 17 34 32 0 0 0 1 3 12 4 34 99 107 60 105 0 1 16 51 21 16 5 21 0 0 0 14 NA NA

PTS 18 20 48 49 35 14 69 81 3 1 0 90 NA 6 76 198 1 60 29 16 1 33 66 0 1 15 38 206 165 1 67 37 26 0 14 NA

P-PM 43-97 46-106 11-25 39-78 13-29 29-58 36-80 17-42 9-29 1-2 0-0 122-293 NA 0-0 67-174 56-131 2-4 72-150 126-263 31-62 12-24 NA 24-52 0-0 3-14 14-28 21-42 37-82 65-154 8-24 70-159 25-50 26-60 0-0 55-113 NA

1987-91 RW 157 1990-92 G 7 1984-87 LW 18 1955-56 G 1 1973-76 RW 89 1998-02 C/LW 138 1972-75 LW 52 1969-73 LW 121 1998-99 RW/LW 27 1966-69 D 75 1972-76 LW 144 1996-00 G 137 2005-07 D 77 1959-62 D 41 1968-69 D 29 1996-00 LW 72 1993-94 LW 3 1948-49 W NA

46 0 1 0 20 33 6 50 2 11 67 0 10 14 3 5 0 NA

93 0 3 0 37 101 10 93 4 41 148 4 45 30 7 9 0 NA

64-131 0-0 2-4 0-0 29-61 60-161 10-20 41-82 1-2 71-164 60-131 4-8 42-84 26-54 13-26 13-26 1-2 NA

2007-09 1972-76 1982-86 1958-60 1978-82 2008-12 2009-10 1975-79 2009-13 1956-59 1991-93 1950-51 1990-94 2013-17 1955-56 1976-78 1999-03 1946-47

67 76 164 NA 156 134 53 137 147 NA 58 NA 121 149 8 47 146 NA

8 22 30 3 21 24 39 80 119 40 21 61 90 100 190 45 70 115 2 22 24 35 58 93 3 18 21 3 3 6 9 13 22 NA NA NA 26 27 53 37 41 78 2 3 5 6 12 18 30 39 69 NA NA NA

26-60 22-52 130-289 16-29.5 43-84 27-73 23-57 35-78 49-109 2-4 15-30 NA 101-256 41-96 1-2 4-8 70-163 NA

29 125 144 13 146 NA 33 10 110 NA 153 114 123 84 NA NA

0 3 18 1 8 0 2 1 57 NA 80 37 21 0 NA 34

6-12 69-168 104-222 1-2 145-323 9-16 6-12 0-0 52-104 NA 106-255 64-161 22-44 1-2 NA NA

D D LW RW LW C D LW D D RW W RW LW D/F RW RW C

Pallin, Rob (Chisholm, MN) 1985-87 D Palm, Trent (Edina, MN) 2006-11 D Palmer, Stan (Bloomington, MN) 1976-80 D Panger, Ronald (Duluth, MN) 1963-64 F Parrott, Jeff (The Pas, MAN) 1989-93 D Paton, James (Fort William, ONT) 1954-55 D Patronas, Nik (Duluth, MN) 1995-99 C/LW Pavelich, Dave (Eveleth, MN) 1981-82 LW Pavelich, Mark (Eveleth, MN) 1976-79 C Peil, Chuck (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 NA Peluso, Mike (Bismarck, ND) 1994-98 C/RW Peluso, Marco (Bovey, MN) 2002-05 LW Penner, Brad (Steinbach, MB) 1989-93 LW Perkl, Bill (Minnetonka, MN) 1977-81 G Persha, Dave (Duluth, MN) 1946-47 W Peterson, Al (Duluth, MN) 1953-54, 1957-60 C

GP 129 78 99 127 72 74 132 77 36 41 10 144 NA NA 143 146 22 150 106 95 31 NA 47 9 10 89 132 148 149 87 112 64 36 3 102 NA

47 0 2 0 17 68 4 43 2 30 81 4 35 16 4 4 0 NA

3 17 43 2 35 0 2 1 85 NA 83 51 23 2 NA 25

3 20 61 3 43 0 4 2 142 NA 163 88 44 2 NA 59


Year(s) 2016- 1947-49 1993-97 2001-05 1997-01 2015-17 1983-85 1989-93 1986-90 1991-92 1987-90 1996-00 1930-31 1973-77 1958-59 1956-60

POS C W RW D D D D C LW LW LW C/LW NA LW RW D

GP 25 NA 93 157 66 82 23 138 103 1 101 147 NA 144 NA NA

G A 7 8 NA NA 13 22 14 32 0 5 11 40 2 2 96 123 17 21 0 0 32 27 26 29 NA NA 26 30 7 5 27 42

PTS 15 NA 35 46 5 51 4 219 38 0 59 55 NA 56 12 69

P-PM 8-27 NA 41-98 112-251 25-53 29-69 5-10 34-76 33-66 0-0 65-130 89-192 NA 29-66 4-11 77-166

Ramsland, Max (Duluth, MN) 1958-59,1961-62 F Raskob, Willie (Hastings, MN) 2013-17 D Raymond, Mason (Cochrane, AB) 2005-07 LW Regan, Pat (St. Paul, MN) 1976-80 D Reichmuth, Isaac (Fruitvale, BC) 2002-06 G Reierson, Andy (Moorhead, MN) 1998-02 D Reinholz, Jerrid (Ramsey, MN) 2000-01 C Reiter, Kenny (Pittsburgh, PA) 2008-12 G Resch, Glenn (Regina, SASK) 1968-71 G Rico, Tony (Duluth, MN) 1947-48 W Rippin, William (Fort William, ONT) 1960-62 C Rodberg, Steve (Twig, MN) 1999-02 D/LW Rogers, Bruce (French Butte, SASK) 1968-69 LW Rogers, Owen (French Butte, SASK) 1962-66 RW Rohloff, Jon (Grand Rapids, MN) 1988-93 D Romfo, Jeff (Blaine, MN) 1992-96 RW Rosehill, Jay (Olds, AB) 2004-05 D Romano, Ralph (Duluth, MN) 1954-56 G Rostie, Duane (International Falls, MN) 1960-62 C Roth, Erin (Grand Rapids, MN) 1976-77 LW Rothstein, John (Grand Rapids, MN) 1975-79 RW Roy, Adam (Grand Rapids, MN) 1993-97 LW Roy, David (Toronto, ONT) 1969-72 C/RW Rudberg, Larry (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA Ryan, Chase (Algonquin, IL) 2006-10 D Ryan, Mitch (Cloquet, MN) 2006-07 RW Rybar, Joe (Fernie, BC) 1994-98 LW/C

NA 148 79 139 127 150 25 94 75 NA NA 48 22 86 139 148 34 2 37 30 143 111 94 NA 24 10 149

3 10 25 5 0 30 1 0 0 NA 4 0 1 35 31 36 0 0 11 4 56 18 33 NA 0 1 38

3 59 74 39 5 79 2 8 2 NA 8 1 4 76 74 67 5 0 24 10 125 33 63 NA 2 3 105

1-2 47-124 27-54 49-101 1-2 50-100 3-6 7-14 1-2 NA 0-0 23-57 1-2 57-120 102-223 53-109 42-103 0-0 6-12 4-8 42-87 54-116 21-45 NA 7-14 1-2 39-78

0 49 49 34 5 49 1 8 2 NA 4 1 3 41 43 31 5 0 13 6 69 15 30 NA 2 2 67

Sachen, George (Chisholm, MN) 1949-50 C NA NA NA NA NA Sager, Wayne (Morden, MB) 1988-92 RW 81 11 20 31 6-12 Salko, Ed (Gilbert, MN) 1952-53 F NA 7 9 16 NA Salminen, Bill (Mahtomedi, MN) 1968-69 RW 11 0 1 1 3-6 Sampair, Charlie (White Bear Lake, MN) 2012-16 LW 102 5 9 14 11-33 Santori, John (Superior, WI) 1979-83 LW 113 29 37 66 29-58 Sauer, Kent (Sartell, MN) 1998-99 D 38 1 3 4 25-50 Savolainen, Bill (Duluth, MN) 1961-63 LW 42 4 5 9 6-12 Scanlon, Pat (St. Paul, MN) 1986-88 LW 36 3 2 5 11-22 Schmidt, Kyle (Hermantown, MN) 2007-11 W 127 26 20 46 30-68 Schneider, Tim (Devils Lake, ND) 1999-00 D 4 0 0 0 2/4 Schwabe, Evan (Moose Jaw, SASK) 2001-05 C 160 51 75 126 59-126 Schwartz, Elmer (Regina, SASK) 1955-58 F 62 62 89 151 29-46 Scissons, Jeff (Saskatoon, SASK) 1996-00 C 153 52 76 128 77-154 Scott, Ronald (Duluth, MN) 1951-55 D NA 6 7 13 NA Seidel, Mike (Darien, IL) 2009-13 RW 151 47 41 88 51-121 Sertich, Mike (Virginia, MN) 1966-69 D 64 2 7 9 28-64 Sharp, MacGregor (Red Deer, AB) 2005-09 C 157 50 58 108 39-100 Shelrud, Weldon (Richland, WA) 1950-52 D NA NA NA NA NA Shercliffe, Terry (Regina, SASK) 1962-65 C 67 26 36 62 22-61 Shold, Terry (International Falls, MN) 1985-89 LW 31 2 3 5 2-4 Seitz, Gordy (Duluth, MN) 1947-50 LW NA NA NA NA NA Shepard, Hunter (Cohasset, MN) 2016- G 2 0 0 0 0-0 Sieger, Pep (Duluth, MN) 1948-49 D NA NA NA NA NA Signorelli, Ron (Duluth, MN) 1948-50 G NA NA NA NA NA Sindelar, Roman (Prague, Czechoslovakia) 1984-86 D 2 0 0 0 0-0 Sisto, Alex (Duluth, MN) 1953-57 C NA 30 43 73 NA Sittlow, Chris (Cottage Grove, MN) 1991-95 C 140 26 38 64 93-226 Sjoberg, Ronald (Duluth, MN) 1952-54 F NA 5 3 8 NA Skalko, Ed (Gilbert, MN) 1952-53 F NA 7 9 16 NA Skubic, Louis (Virginia, MN) 1946-47 W NA NA NA NA NA Skubic, Stanley (Virginia, MN) 1946-47 NA NA NA NA NA NA Smalley, Kevin (Duluth, MN) 1981-84 C 15 3 6 9 2-4 Smith, Robert (Duluth, MN) 1956-60 RW NA 26 15 41 13-29 Smith, Sandy (Brainerd, MN) 1986-90 RW 155 46 44 90 85-201 Smith, Tim (Superior, WI) 2011-14 D 76 0 8 8 24-48 Smith, Todd (Anchorage, AK) 2001-05 D 125 6 14 20 78-156 Smith, Wayne (Gloucester, ONT) 1985-87 C 11 2 0 2 2-4 Snell, Chris (Grand Rapids, MN) 1994-97 D 64 0 6 6 34-76 Soucy, Carson (Irma, AB) 2013-17 D 147 12 35 47 86-216 Sprenger, Jim (Cloquet, MN) 1983-87 D 169 19 44 63 53-106 Spoden, Doug (West St. Paul, MN) 1974-75 C 28 14 11 25 8-16 Spurrell, Sammy (Sherwood, AB) 2013- RW/C 77 6 5 11 19-71 Stalock, Alex (South St. Paul, MN) 2006-09 G 101 0 7 7 15-30 Standbrook, Grant (Winnipeg, MB) 1959-61 C 31 22 24 46 6-12 Stapleton, Tim (LaGrange, IL) 2002-06 C 162 63 89 152 30-60

Shawn Pogreba

Pat Regan

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Player (Hometown) Peterson, Avery (Grand Rapids, MN) Peterson, Jack (Duluth, MN) Petrov, Sergei (St. Petersburg, Russia) Petruic, Neil (Regina, SASK) Pierce, Craig (Grand Rapids, MN) Pionk, Neal (Hermantown, MN) Plankers, Jim (Cloquet, MN) Plante, Derek (Cloquet, MN) Plante, Stu (Cloquet, MN) Plotnik, Garett (Virginia, MN) Podein, Shjon (Rochester, MN) Pogreba, Shawn (St. Paul, MN) Pomroy, Gordon (Duluth, MN) Powell, Ernie (Craik, SASK) Powell, Tommy (Duluth, MN) Pretlac, Ron (Fort William, ONT)

Joe Rybar

Terry Shercliffe

Sandy Smith

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Mike Tok

Jim Toninato

Player (Hometown) Starren, Kevin (Proctor, MN) Staudohar, Paul (Duluth, MN) Stauffacher, Luke (Sun Prairie, WI) Stepnes, Dave (Duluth, MN) Stevens, Mike (Winnipeg, MB) Stratton, Doug (Sault Ste. Marie, ONT) Strom, Russ (Duluth, MN) Sundberg, John (Duluth, MN) Sundeen, Chuck (Duluth, MN) Sutton, Edward (Duluth, MN) Sutton, Lee (St. Paul, MN) Swanson, Ryan (Maple, Grove, MN)

Year(s) POS 1988-92 D 1958-60 D 2001-05 RW/C 1962-65 RW 1969-71 D 1973-74 D 1948-49 D/C 1946-48 D 1947-51 W 1960-62 D 1965-66 D 2003-06 D

GP 95 NA 154 70 60 8 NA NA NA NA 18 38

G 4 2 36 19 3 2 NA NA NA 5 1 0

A 15 2 38 24 21 1 NA NA NA 8 3 7

PTS 19 4 74 43 24 3 NA NA NA 13 4 7

P-PM 30-60 2-4 73-184 4-8 30-78 6-12 NA NA NA 24-48 8-16 33-88

Tamminen, Joe (Virginia, MN) Tardy, Max (Duluth, MN) Taus, Matt (Elk River, MN) Telipasa, John (Toronto, ONT) Tessier, Ryan (Salol, MN) Thiele, Georg (Anchorage, AK) Thygeson, Walter (Proctor, MN) Thomas, Jared (Hermantown, MN) Thomas, John (Duluth, MN) Thompson, Dick (Baudette, MN) Thompson, Mike (Two Harbors, MN) Thompson, Norm (Duluth, MN) Thompson, Roger (Duluth, MN) Tok, Mike (Bovey, MN) Tok, Bob (Bovey, MN) Toninato, Dominic (Duluth, MN) Toninato, Jim (Bemidji, MN) Toomey, Sean (St. Paul, MN) Torrel, Doug (Hibbing, MN) Torrel, Steve (Hibbing, MN) Tousignant, Dan (Bloomington, MN) Trachsel, Larry (Duluth, MN) Trachsel, Steve (Duluth, MN) Tufte, Riley (Ham Lake, MN) Tucker, Chris (Langley, BC) Turko, Ken (Thunder Bay, ONT)

1991-95 LW 2010-14 C/RW 1995-97 D 1972-74 C 1998-99 D 1986-87 C 1930-32 NA 2014- C 1951-52 C 1965-68 LW 1960-61 LW 1948-50 G 1958-59 G 1962-66 C 1967-69 C 2013-17 C 1982-86 C/LW 1983-87 RW 1988-92 RW 1986-87 RW 1985-87 C 1970-71 F 1969-73 C 2016- LW 1980-81 D 1971-75 G

102 106 67 10 1 12 NA 120 NA 84 NA NA NA 98 42 151 155 144 156 0 44 12 130 37 35 41

9 4 5 2 0 1 NA 10 NA 20 4 NA 0 61 1 54 19 58 54 0 4 0 32 9 6 0

19 9 14 3 0 1 NA 24 NA 21 3 NA 0 47 5 37 35 40 57 0 3 2 58 7 8 4

28 13 19 5 0 2 NA 34 NA 41 7 NA 0 108 6 91 54 98 111 0 7 2 90 16 14 4

54-108 19-38 21-42 3-6 0-0 1-2 NA 27-54 NA 20-40 1-2 NA 0-0 37-101 3-6 75-175 50-103 28-64 115-246 0-0 13-26 4-11 124-274 13-26 24-76 3-6

D W

40 67

2 10

4 19

6 29

8-16 17-34

LW D D RW D

80 1 146 NA NA

19 0 15 NA NA

23 0 51 NA NA

42 0 66 NA NA

13-26 0-0 133-288 NA NA

NA NA NA NA NA NA 108 21 NA 154 6 31 14 61 28 76 NA NA 127 23 NA 23 NA 52 37 NA 28 88 98 56 29 10 NA 51 9 82

NA NA 30 17 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 89 121 0 1 15 4 24 53 0 1 5 5 0 2 19 26 0 0 21 22 30 19 26 32 25 44 0 3 NA NA 1 1 29 33 3 9 2 10 16 21 13 16 31 43 10 6 2 2 1 1 0 1 6 7 0 2 0 0 13 16

NA 47 NA NA NA NA 210 1 19 77 1 10 2 45 0 43 49 58 69 3 NA 2 62 12 12 37 29 74 16 4 2 1 13 2 0 29

NA NA NA NA NA NA 35-70 5-21 9-22 61-144 0-0 12-27 0-0 19-41 0-0 44-123 NA 18-41 68-147 2-4 NA NA 20-44 54-108 15-30 NA 4-8 43-142 23-65 11-25 4-8 0-0 2-4 19-49 0-0 8-16

Udesen, Jerry (Duluth, MN) 1960-61,1962-63 Unklesbay, Jesse (Maplewood, MN) 2002-04 Valesano, Mike (Hoyt Lakes, MN) Van Den Heuvel, Larry (Silver Bay, MN) Vaske, Dennis (Plymouth, MN) Ventrucci, Dick (Eveleth, MN) Vodovnick, Jim (Chisholm, MN) Jesse Unklesbay

Dennis Vaske

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1981-83 1969-70 1986-90 1950-51 1947-48

Waage, Don (Thief River Falls, MN) 1946-47 NA Wallene, Howard (Hibbing, MN) 1953-56 LW Walsh, Harvey (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 NA Wanvick, Woody (Duluth, MN) 1930-31 D Warren, Guy(Duluth, MN) 1931-32 NA Waters, Joe (Duluth, MN) 1947-49 C Watson, Bill (Powerview, MB) 1982-85 RW Watt, Jason (Duluth, MN) 1994-95 D Weaver, Don (Peace River, AB) 1957-59 F Welinski, Andy (Duluth, MN) 2012-16 D Weller, Craig (Calgary, AB) 2000-01 D Weum, Ronald (International Falls, MN) 1968-70 D Whalen, Chuck (Edina, MN) 1968-71 G Wheele, Ron (Port Arthur, ONT) 1967-70 C Wherley, Jerry (International Falls, MN) 1959-63 G Wikman, Max (Gavle, Sweden) 1995-97 C Wilkie, Donald (Regina, SASK) 1955-58 C Williams, Jack (Duluth, MN) 1958-60,1961-63 RW Williams, Justin (Evansburg, AB) 2002-06 LW Williamson, Tyler (Thunder Bay, ONT) 2000-01 D Wilson, Bob (Duluth, MN) 1949-51 RW Witherill, Jerry (Grand Rapids, MN) 1955-56 D Wojcichowsky, Orest (Yellow Creek, SASK) 1957-60 C Wolfe, Benjie (Duluth, MN) 1966-69 D Wolff, NIck (Eagan, MN) 2016- D Wright, Arliss (Regina, SASK) 1955-56,1957-58 F Wright, Larry (Regina, SASK) 1969-70 C Young, Alan (Toronto, ONT) 1969-72 RW Young, Austyn (South St. Paul, MN) 2012-16 C/RW Young, Blake (Battleford, SASK) 2014- LW Young, Robert (Regina, SASK) 1965-67 C Younghans, Bob (Minneapolis, MN) 1970-71 C Yurkovich, George (Eveleth, MN) 1957-59 LW Zahn, Jeremy (International Falls, MN) 1996-99 RW Ziegelmann, Nate (Grand Forks, ND) 2005-08 G Zilkie, Marv (Winnipeg, MB) 1961-65 RW

Note: Individual statistics prior to the 1952-53 season are not available


Note: Individual statistics prior to the 1952-53 season are not available

Rob Anderson

Duane Johnson

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GOALTENDING STATISTICS Name (Hometown)......................................... Year(s) W-L-T GP GA GAA SVS SVS% Anderson, Rob (Superior, WI)........................ 1999-03 24-38-5 79 245 3.57 2,030 .892 Axelsson, Niklas (Waxholm, Sweden)........... 1993-95 1-0-0 5 13 5.28 62 .827 Bartness, Gary (Duluth, MN).......................... 1930-31 NA NA NA NA NA NA Beck, Ron (International Falls, MN)............... 1967-69 3-11-0 15 70 4.86 410 .854 Birt, Jim (Duluth, MN).................................... 1952-54 1-0-0 1 3 3.00 18 .857 Bolin, Jeff (Edina, MN)................................... 1979-81 1-0-0 2 2 5.22 24 .800 Bromme, Pete (Duluth, MN).......................... 1950-51 NA NA NA NA NA NA Butler, Jerome (Salol, MN)............................. 1991-94 22-21-5 50 192 4.06 1,264 .868 Chwialkowski, Corey (Bemidji, MN).............. 1989-90 1-0-0 5 9 5.14 45 .833 Coole, Adam (Duluth, MN)............................ 2000-02 5-23-4 39 124 4.00 628 .886 Cooper, Paul (Duluth, MN)............................. 1952-53 8-3-0 11 45 4.09 254 .849 Cortes, Mike (Duluth, MN)............................. 1985-88 15-14-1 31 127 4.18 884 .874 Crandall, Aaron (Lakeville, MN)..................... 2010-14 30-23-6 65 168 2.83 1,426 .895 Deery, Nick (La Crosse, WI)............................ 2016- 1-0-2 3 4 1.54 57 .934 DeLuca, Tom (Port Arthur, ONT).................... 1962-63 2-4-0 6 29 5.09 223 .885 Downing, Jon (New Brighton, MN)................ 1981-85 13-9-0 26 118 4.54 659 .848 Duffey, Ben (Bismarck, ND)........................... 1983-86 0-0-0 1 1 2.12 12 .923 Erickson, Chad (Warroad,MN)....................... 1988-91 38-45-9 94 349 3.80 2,760 .888 Erickson, Ron (Burnsville, MN)...................... 1979-83 13-18-1 32 161 5.03 969 .858 Flint, Tony (Anoka, MN)................................. 1990-93 4-7-0 14 51 4.20 370 .879 Fons, Alex (Minnetonka, MN)........................ 2012-15 0-1-0 3 4 3.33 22 .879 Gasparini, Tony (Grand Forks, ND)................ 1995-99 1-5-2 15 31 3.10 325 .913 Gregoire, Jason (Moorhead, MN).................. 1999-01 0-1-0 2 10 12.45 24 .721 Gustafson, Dick (Fort Frances, ONT)............ 1956-58 4-1-0 5 7 1.40 70 .910 Halbrehder, Bill (Superior, WI)........................ 1961-65 29-26-2 66 258 3.94 2,179 .894 Haley, Mike (Minneapolis, MN)...................... 1957-61 31-16-1 49 176 3.82 1,150 .867 Hayko, Rick (Regina, SASK).......................... 1985-89 2-4-0 7 36 5.89 172 .827 Heinz, Rick (Essex, ONT)............................... 1974-78 39-64-5 110 538 4.93 3,899 .879 Hill, Ron (Oak Park, IL).................................. 1963-66 3-5-0 12 49 4.26 371 .883 Hiti, Ludwig (Eveleth, MN)............................. 1946-48 NA NA NA NA NA NA Hjelle, Brady (International Falls, MN)........... 2008-10 10-7-1 21 51 2.75 463 .901 Hyduke, John (Hibbing, MN)......................... 1985-89 45-53-4 106 413 3.96 2,901 .875 Johnson, Duane (Duluth, MN)....................... 1953-55 19-14-0 33 145 4.37 803 .847 Johnson, Jeff (Minneapolis, MN)................... 1975-79 4-12-0 16 81 5.12 475 .854 Johnson, Josh (Esko,MN)............................. 2003-07 22-20-4 51 123 2.74 1,165 .905 Kaskisuo, Kasimir (Vantaa, Finland).............. 2014-16 37-29-8 75 156 2.10 1,795 .920 Kleisinger, Jerry (Regina, SASK).................... 1955-58 40-14-1 55 175 3.18 1,329 .884 Kosti, Rick (Limerick, SASK)......................... 1983-85 60-18-5 83 265 3.13 2,235 .894 LeBlanc, David (Fort William, ONT)............... 1965-68 19-44-1 64 312 4.81 2,285 .880 Lendzyk, Taras (Wynyard, SASK).................. 1992-96 60-56-7 126 441 3.57 3,491 .888 Little, Rob (Edina,MN)................................... 1974-76 1-6-0 7 41 5.69 214 .839 Mason, Bob (International Falls, MN)............ 1981-83 35-31-4 69 266 3.86 1,990 .882 McNeely, Matt (Burnsville, MN)..................... 2012-16 15-18-4 41 101 2.65 931 .902 Meagher, Gordy (Duluth, MN)........................ 1986-89 3-6-0 10 44 4.74 270 .860 Mendich, Tony (Duluth, MN).......................... 1951-52 NA NA NA NA NA NA Miska, Hunter (Stacy, MN)............................. 2016-17 27-5-5 39 85 2.20 982 .920 Moellman, Jim (Wyoming, MN)..................... 1995-97 3-2-0 10 23 4.00 132 .852 Moen, Billy (Proctor, MN)............................... 1976-77 2-7-0 10 61 6.42 407 .870 Mrazek, Jerome (Prince Albert, SASK).......... 1970-74 45-39-1 89 367 4.30 2,975 .890 Nelson, Brett (Grand Rapids, MN)................. 1990-92 2-2-0 7 21 4.52 119 .850 Nelson, Jim (Duluth, MN)............................... 1955-56 0-0-0 1 2 6.00 6 .750 Nicklin, Brant (Comox, BC)........................... 1996-00 55-70-8 137 449 3.79 3,880 .895 Perkl, Bill (Minnetonka, MN).......................... 1977-81 42-35-4 84 388 4.62 2,646 .872 Reichmuth, Isaac (Fruitvale, BC)................... 2002-06 56-48-15 127 353 2.91 3,107 .898 Reiter, Kenny (Pittsburgh, PA)....................... 2008-12 52-26-11 94 215 2.38 2,234 .912 Resch, Glenn (Regina, SASK)....................... 1968-71 28-45-2 75 322 4.35 2,271 .876 Romano, Ralph (Duluth, MN)......................... 1954-56 1-1-0 2 4 2.35 25 .862 Shepard, Hunter (Cohasset, MN)................... 2016- 0-2-0 2 4 2.58 47 .922 Signorelli, Ron (Duluth, MN).......................... 1948-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA Stalock, Alex (South St. Paul, MN)................ 2006-09 39-44-17 101 251 2.73 1,459 .901 Thomas, Roger (Duluth, MN)......................... 1958-59 2-0-0 2 6 3.00 NA NA Thompson, Norm (Duluth, MN)..................... 1948-50 NA NA NA NA NA NA Turko, Ken (Thunder Bay, ONT)..................... 1971-75 16-22-1 41 179 4.63 1,135 .870 Whalen, Chuck (Edina, MN).......................... 1968-71 7-6-0 14 56 4.02 441 .887 Wherley, Jerry (International Falls, MN)......... 1959-63 10-15-0 28 119 4.32 773 .867 Ziegelmann, Nate (Grand Forks, ND)............ 2005-08 2-5-0 9 25 3.54 191 .884

Josh Johnson

Ken Turko

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON

Sons following in their father’s hockey footsteps is not exactly a novelty act at UMD. In fact, there have been 11 such father-son combinations to skate for the Bulldog. Those include (son and father): •Steve and Larry Cronkhite •Gary and Robert DeGrio •Jon and Rick Francisco •Adam and Davey Johnson •Derik and Jim Johnson •Brett and Robert Larson •Bill and Bob Lund •Eric and Chuck Ness •Ryan and Doug Nosan •Travis and Bill Oleksuk •Dominic and Jim Toninato

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Bill Oleksuk


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By Country USA - 445 Canada - 151 Sweden - 2 Finland - 2 Czechoslovakia - 1 Russia - 1 Unknown - 4

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By State Minnesota - 415 Wisconsin - 9 North Dakota - 7 Illinois - 5 Alaska - 4 New York - 3 Pennsylvania - 1 Washington - 1 By Province Saskatchewan - 46 Ontario - 45 Alberta - 26 Manitoba - 17 British Columbia - 15 Quebec - 2 By City Duluth, MN - 145 Thunder Bay, ONT - 19 Grand Rapids, MN - 18 International Falls, MN - 17 Regina, SASK - 17 Hibbing, MN - 12 Bloomington, MN - 11 St. Paul, MN - 10 Fort Frances, ONT - 9 Hermantown, MN - 9 Virginia, MN - 9 Calgary, AB - 8 Cloquet, MN - 8 Eveleth, MN - 8 Winnipeg, MB - 8 Minneapolis, MN - 7 White Bear Lake, MN - 7 Superior, WI - 6 Warroad, MN - 6 Edina, MN - 5 Prince Albert, SASK - 5 Proctor, MN - 5 Silver Bay, MN - 5 Taconite, MN - 5 Toronto, ONT - 5 Bovey, MN - 4 Chisholm, MN - 4 Lakeville, MN -4 Rochester, MN - 4 Saskatoon, SASK - 4 Thief River Falls, MN - 4 West St. Paul, MN - 4 William, ONT - 4 Anchorage, AK - 3 Anoka, MN - 3 Burnsville, MN - 3 Craik, SASK - 3 Elk River, MN - 3 Gilbert, MN - 3 Grand Forks, ND - 3 Hastings, MN - 3 Minnetonka, MN - 3 Moorhead, MN- 3 Plymouth, MN - 3 Roseau, MN - 3 Roseville, MN - 3 Salol, MN - 3 Alexandria, MN - 2 Baudette, MN - 2 Bemidji, MN - 2 Bismarck, ND - 2 Blaine, MN - 2

Defenseman Ryan Coole (1997-2001) is one of the 145 Duluth natives who have opted to stay home and skate for UMD. Brainerd, MN - 2 Coleraine, MN - 2 Eden Prarie, MN - 2 Edmonton, AB - 2 Esko, MN - 2 French Butte, SASK -2 Grande Prairie, AB - 2 Hoyt Lakes, MN - 2 Irma, AB - 2 Kelowna, BC - 2 Mahtomedi, MN - 2 Maplewood, MN - 2 New Brighton, MN - 2 Oakdale, MN - 2 Ramsey, MN - 2 Shoreview, MN - 2 South St. Paul, MN - 2 The Pas, MB - 2 Two Harbors, MN - 2 Windsor, ONT - 2 Alexander, MB - 1 Algonquin, IL - 1 Andover, MN - 1 Apple Valley, MN - 1 Arden Hills, MN - 1 Aurora, MN - 1 Babbitt, MN - 1 Battleford, SASK - 1 Biggar, SASK - 1 Bonnyville, MB - 1 Brampton, ONT - 1 Brandon, MB - 1 Brooklyn Park, MN - 1 Canwood, SASK - 1 Cochrane, AB - 1 Cohasset, MN - 1 Columbia Heights, MN - 1 Comox, BC - 1 Columbus, Ohio - 1 Courtenay, BC - 1 Dauphin, MB - 1 Deerwood, MN - 1 Devil’s Lake, ND - 1 Darien, IL - 1 Egan, MN - 1 Eagle River, AK - 1 Eden, NY - 1 Essex, ONT - 1 Eston, SASK - 1 Evansburg, AB - 1 Excelsior, MN - 1 Fergus Falls, MN - 1

Fernie, BC - 1 Forestburg, AB - 1 Fort McMurray, AB - 1 Fridley, MN - 1 Fruitvale, BC - 1 Gavle, Sweden - 1 Gloucester, ONT - 1 Green Bay, WI - 1 Hafford, SASK - 1 Halkirk, AB - 1 Ham Lake, MN - 1 Heron Bay, ONT - 1 Inver Grove Heights, MN - 1 Jyvaskyla, Finland - 1 Kamloops, BC - 1 Kamsack, SASK - 1 Kelly Lake, MN - 1 La Crosse, WI - 1 LaGrange, IL - 1 Langley, BC - 1 Lethbridge, AB - 1 Limerick, SASK - 1 Lino Lakes, MN - 1 Longlac, ONT - 1 Maple Grove, MN - 1 Martensville, SASK - 1 Medicine Hat, AB-1 Minto, N.D. Morden, MB - 1 Montreal, QUE - 1 Mountain Iron, MN - 1 Nelson, BC - 1 New Hope, MN -1 Niagara Falls, ONT- 1 Niles, IL - 1 Oak Park, IL - 1 Olds, AB - 1 Cottage Grove, MN - 1 Peace River, AB - 1 Pengilly, MN-1 Portage, MB - 1 Powerview, MB -1 Prague, CZECH - 1 Prince George, AB - 1 Prior Lake, MN - 1 Red Deer, AB -1 Reston, MB - 1 Richfield, MN - 1 Richland, WA - 1 Rosemount, MN - 1 St. Joseph deBeauce, QUE - 1 St. Louis Park, MN - 1

St. Petersburg, Russia - 1 Saulte St. Marie, ONT - 1 Sartell, MN - 1 Savage, MN - 1 Seaford, NY - 1 Sherwood, AB - 1 Soudan, MN - 1 Springside, SASK -1 Stacy, MN- 1 Starbuck, MB - 1 Steinbach, MB - 1 Stillwater, MN - 1 Strausberg, MB - 1 Sun Prairie, WI - 1 Tisdale, SASK - 1 Tonawanda, NY - 1 Tower, MN - 1 Trail, BC - 1 Twig, MN - 1 Unity, SASK - 1 Vadnais Heights, MN - 1 Vancouver, BC - 1 Vantaa, Finland - 1 Victoria, BC - 1 Warroad, MN - 1 Waxholm, Sweden - 1 Wayzata, MN - 1 W. Vancouver, BC - 1 Weyburn, SASK - 1 White Rock, BC - 1 Willmar, MN - 1 Wynyard, SASK - 1 Wyoming, MN - 1 Yellow Creek, SASK - 1


CAPTAIN(S) ALTERNATE CAPTAIN(S) 1953-54 Bob Boyat 1952-53 Wally Heikkinen 1951-52 Wally Heikkinen 1950-51 Jim Krysiak 1949-50 Wally Heikkinen 1948-49 Gord Eddolls 1947-48 NA 1946-47 NA 1931-32 Henry Antoskiewicz 1930-31 NA

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CAPTAIN(S) ALTERNATE CAPTAIN(S) 2017-18 Karson Kuhlman Parker Mackay 2016-17 Dominic Toninato Brenden Kotyk, Karson Kuhlman, Carson Soucy 2015-16 Andy Welinski Tony Cameranesi, Cal Decowski, Austin Farley 2014-15 Adam Krause Justin Crandall, Andy Welinski 2013-14 Joe Basaraba, Adam Krause 2012-13 Cody Danberg Keegan Flaherty, Drew Olson 2011-12 Jack Connolly Cody Danberg, Brady Lamb, Travis Oleksuk 2010-11 Mike Montgomery Jack Connolly, Mike Connolly 2009-10 Drew Akins Jordan Fulton, Mike Montgomery 2008-09 Andrew Carroll, Matt Greer, Josh Meyers 2007-08 Matt McKnight Andrew Carroll, Travis Gawryletz 2006-07 Andrew Carroll, Matt McKnight 2005-06 Steve Czech Tim Stapleton 2004-05 Evan Schwabe Neil Petruic, Luke Stauffacher 2003-04 Beau Geisler Junior Lessard, Luke Stauffacher 2002-03 Jon Francisco Beau Geisler, Jesse Unklesbay 2001-02 Judd Medak Andy Reierson 2000-01 Andy Reierson Ryan Coole, Ryan Homstol 1999-00 Jeff Scissons Colin Anderson, Ryan Coole 1998-99 Bert Gilling Curtis Bois, Jeff Scissons 1997-98 Mike Peluso, Laird Lidster 1996-97 Brad Federenko Laird Lidster, Mike Peluso 1995-96 Joe Ciccarello Chet Culic, Taras Lendzyk 1994-95 Brett Larson Rod Aldoff, Rusty Fitzgerald 1993-94 Chris Marinucci Rod Miller, Corey Osmak 1992-93 Derek Plante Jon Rohloff, Jeff Parrott 1991-92 Doug Torrel Derek Plante, Jon Rohloff 1990-91 Scott Keller Shawn Howard, Darren Nauss 1989-90 Dale Jago, Shjon Podein Sandy Smith 1988-89 Pat Janostin Dale Jago, Sandy Smith 1987-88 Joe DeLisle Mike DeAngelis, Darin Illikainen 1986-87 Guy Gosselin Brian Johnson, Jim Sprenger 1985-86 Mark Odnokon Matt Christensen, Norm Maciver 1984-85 Jim Johnson, Mark Odnokon Tom Herzig 1983-84 Tom Kurvers Bill Grillo, Bob Lakso 1982-83 Jim Graven Dan Fishback, Gregg Moore 1981-82 Bill Oleksuk Gary DeGrio, Scott Carlston 1980-81 Davey Johnson Tom Madson, Bill Oleksuk 1979-80 Stan Palmer Glenn Kulyk, Keith Hendrickson 1978-79 Curt Giles John Harrington, John Rothstein 1977-78 Curt Giles John Rothstein, Carmen Haakstad 1976-77 Rick Heinz Monty Jones, Craig Arvidson 1975-76 Tom Milani Dave Langevin, Mike Newton 1974-75 Gord McDonald Tom Milani, Scott Koidahl 1973-74 Gord McDonald Tom Milani, Lyman Haakstad 1972-73 Mark Heaslip, Chuck Ness, Jerome Mrazek 1971-72 Walt Ledingham Pat Boutette, Cam Fryer 1970-71 Glenn Resch Murray Keogan, Jim Maertz 1969-70 Ron Busniuk Glenn Resch, Dan Mahle 1968-69 Bruce McLeod, Rick Newell 1967-68 John McKay Bruce McLeod, Rick Newell 1966-67 Keith Christiansen Pat Francisco, Bobby Bell 1965-66 Owen Rogers Keith Christiansen, Bob Hill 1964-65 Owen Rogers Terry Shercliffe, Mike Tok 1963-64 Bill McGann Terry Shercliffe, Owen Rogers 1962-63 Bill Lenardon Ron Johnson 1961-62 Bill Lenardon Tom Bartholdi, John McCormick 1960-61 Mike Haley Grant Standbrook 1959-60 Ron Pretlac 1958-59 Larry Cronkhite 1957-58 Harvey Flaman, Elmer Schwartz 1956-57 Harvey Flaman 1955-56 Alex Sisto 1954-55 John Bymark

In 2000-01, junior defenseman Andy Reierson became the first non-senior in 23 years to take on UMD’s team captaincy duties.

Senior Rick Heinz served as the Bulldogs’ team captain during the 1976-77 season -- the last goaltender to hold that role.

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* Indicates a retired number. 0 Ron Beck, G (1967-69) 1* Aaron Crandall, G (2013-14) Kenny Reiter, G (2007-09) Josh Johnson, G (2003-06) Chad Erickson, G (1988-89) Mike Cortes, G (1985-88) Rick Kosti, G (1983-85) Bob Mason, G (1981-83) Bill Perkl, G (1979-81) Ron Erickson, G (1978-79) Rick Heinz, G (1975-78) Rob Little, G (1974-75) Jerome Mrazek, G (1970-74) Glenn Resch, G (1968-71) Dave LeBlanc, G (1965-68) Ronald Hill, G (1963-66) Bill Halbrehder, G (1961-65) Tom DeLuca, G (1962-63) Jerry Wherley, G (1959-63) Mike Haley, G (1957-61) Roger Thompson, G (1958-59) Richard Gustafson, G (1956-58) Jerry Kleisinger, G/F (1955-58) Jim Nelson, G (1955-56) Ralph Romano, G (1954-56) Duane Johnson, G (1953-55) Jim Birt, G (1952-54) Paul Cooper, G (1952-53) 2 Brady Lamb, D (2008-12) Neil Petruic, D (2001-02) Craig Pierce, D (1997-2001) Nik Patronas, C/LW (1995-96) Jason Garatti, D (1993-95) Greg Hanson, D (1992-93) Kris Miller, D (1989-91) Tom Hanson, D (1985-89) Jim Plankers, D (1983-85) Jim Graven, D (1979-83) Gord McDonald, D (1971-75) Mel Grosse, D (1969-71) Ron Weum, D (1968-69) Bob Tok, C (1967-68) John Devich, D (1966-67) Robert Lund, D (1962-65) Edward Sutton, D (1960-62) Dale Noreen, D (1960-61) Robert Lund, D (1959-60) Don Judnick, D (1956-60) Jim Bretto, D (1957-59) Frank Holappa, D (1953-56) Ronald Scott, D (1952-55) 3 Dan Molenaar, D (2013-17) Chase Ryan, D (2007-10) Jay Hardwick, D (2000-04) Tim Schneider, D (1999-2000) Bert Gilling, D (1995-99) David Buck, D (1993-94) Kevin Starren, D (1988-92) Rob Pallin, D (1985-87) Bill Grillo, D (1980-84) Stan Palmer, D (1976-80) Dave Langevin, D (1973-76) Steve Trachsel, C/D (1969-73) Mike Sertich, D (1968-69) Benjie Wolfe, D (1966-68) Dan Mahle, LW (1967-68) Bob Hill, D (1962-66) Dale Noreen, D (1961-62) Ron Pretlac, D (1956-60) Don Bourdeau, C (1954-56) 4* Neal Pionk , D (2015-17) Carson Soucy, D (2013-14) Willie Corrin, D (2012-13) Derik Johnson, D (2011-12) Dylan Olsen, D (2009-2010) Evan Oberg, D (2007-09) Steve Czech, D (2002-06) Steve Rodberg, D/LW (1999-02) Curtis Doell, D (1996-97) Rick Mrozik, D (1994-95) Steve Cronkhite, D (1990-93)

Dale Jago, D (1987-90) Guy Gosselin, D (1982-87) George Crookshank, D (1979-83) Curt Giles, D (1975-79) Gerry Fellner, D (1973-74) Jim Maertz, D (1969-71) Benjie Wolfe, D (1968-69) Elroy Froiland, RW (1965-66) Jerry Udeson, D (1962-63) Bill Rippin, C (1961-62) Jerry Udeson, D (1960-61) Mike O’Handley, RW (1959-60) Larry Cronkhite, C (1957-59) Frank Johnson, LW (1952-56) 5 Nick Wolff, D (2016- ) Willie Corrin, D (2013-16) Chris Casto, D (2011-13) Trent Palm, D (2006-08, 09-11) Craig Weller, D (2000-01) Pasi Korhonen, W (1999-2000) Andy Birrenkot, D (1997-98) Josh Arnold, C (1995-97) Rod Aldoff, D (1993-95) Brett Hauer, D (1989-93) Pat Janostin, D (1987-89) Dale Jago, D (1986-87) Norm Maciver, D (1982-86) Mike Goltelaere, D (1981-82) Steve Lundeen, D (1979-81) Tom Conroy, LW (1977-79) John Albers, D (1976-77) Kerry Gulbranson, D (1975-76) Gerry Fellner, D (1974-75) Larry Van Den Heuvel, D (1969-70) Rick Newell, D (1966-69) Ron Panger, F (1963-65) Bill Lenardon, C (1959-63) Al Peterson, C (1958-60) Jim Hall, F (1957-58) Don Weaver, F (1957-58) Alex Sisto, C (1954-57) Al Peterson, C (1953-54) 6 Derik Johnson, D (2012-15) Scott Kishel, D (2008-12) Jim Jensen, D (2005-06) Todd Smith, D (2001-05) Jesse Fibiger, D (1997-2001) David Buck, D (1993-97) Rod Miller, D (1990-94) Jeff Parrott, D (1989-90) Bob Alexander, LW (1985-88) Jim Johnson, D (1981-85) Chris Tucker, D (1980-81) Chris Knauff, D (1977-79) Pat Graiziger, D (1976-78) Bob Joyce, D (1974-75) Ed O’Brien, D (1972-76) Mike Stevens, D (1969-71) Ron Wheele, C (1967-68) Lee Sutton, D (1966-67) Dick Fisher, D (1961-65) Larry Cronkhite, C (1959-60) Robert Smith, RW (1956-60) Gerald Olson, D (1956-59) Jim Bockland, RW (1955-56) 7 Adam Johnson, C (2016-17) Andy Welinski, D (2012-16) Kyle Schmidt, LW (2010-11) Drew Akins, C (2008-10) Jason Garrison, D (2005-08) Neil Petruic, D (2002-05) Andy Reierson, D (1998-02) Curtis Doell, D (1997-98) Rick Mrozik, D (1995-97) Rusty Fitzgerald, C (1993-95) Joe Biondi, C (1990-93) Greg Andrusak, D (1989-90) Chris Lindberg, C (1988-89) Mike DeAngelis, D (1986-88) Matt Christensen, C (1983-86) Pat Guyer, C (1981-83) Tom Madson, D (1977-81) Ernie Powell, LW (1973-77) Pat Boutette, C (1970-73) Larry Wright, C (1969-70)

Bob Tok, D (1968-69) Mike Sertich, D (1966-68) Lee Sutton, D (1965-66) Dave Maertz, C (1965-66) Bill McGann, D (1960-64) Dale Noreen, D (1959-60) Mike O’Handley, RW (1958-59) Don Wilkie, C (1955-58) 8 Kyle Osterberg, LW (2013- 17) Drew Olson, D (2009-13) Drew Akins, C (2006-08) Justin Williams, RW (2003-06) Mark Carlson, D (1998-02) Mike Peluso, C (1994-98) Kraig Karakas, C (1991-94) Darin Amundson, C (1987-91) Georg Thiele, C (1986-87) Brian Durand, D (1983-86) Gregg Moore, RW (1979-83) Glenn Kulyk, C (1976-80) Carmen Haakstad, RW (1974-75) Mike Lence, LW (1971-74) Phil Hoene, C (1969-71) Ron Wheele, C (1967-70) Mike Tok, C (1962-66) Tom Bartholdi, RW (1960-62) Jerry Abelson, D (1956-60) Wally Akervik, D (1955-58) 9* Keith Christiansen, C (1963-67) Jay Beasley, RW (1958-59, 60-63) Don Judnick, D (1957-59) Mike Horn, D (1954-57) 10 Brenden Kotyk, D (2013- 17) Dan DeLisle, LW (2009-13) Michael Gergen, LW (2005-09) Jeff McFarland, C (2003-05) T.J. Caig, C (2002-03) Jim Murphy, C (2000-2001) Colin Anderson, W (1997-2000) Sergei Petrov, RW (1993-97) Brad Penner, LW (1989-93) Joe DeLisle, RW (1984-88) Bob Lakso, LW (1980-84) Dan Lempe, C (1976-80) Mark Meagher, D (1974-75) John Telipasa, C (1973-74) Lyn Ellingson, C (1969-73) Phil Hoene, C (1968-69) Dick Thompson, LW (1965-68) Marvin Zilkie, RW (1961-65) Gary Harker, LW (1962-63) Jack Foster, W (1961-62) Grant Standbrook, C (1959-61) Jay Beasley, LW (1958-59) Don Wilkie, C (1955-58) Howard Wallene, LW (1953-56) 11 Avery Peterson, C (2016- ) Austin Farley, LW (2012-16) Travis Oleksuk, C, (2010-12) Kyle Schmidt, RW (2007-10) Mason Raymond, LW (2005-07) Tyler Brosz, LW (2001-05) John Conboy, D (1999-2000) Curtis Bois, LW (1995-99) Derek Locker, RW (1993-94) Jeff Antonovich, C (1992-93) Jason Bortolussi, LW (1990-92) Sandy Smith, RW (1987-90) Brian Nelson, LW (1984-87) Mark Baron, RW (1981-85) Tom Conroy, LW (1980-81) Al Cleveland, LW (1977-80) Craig Arvidson, LW (1973-77) John Telipasa, C (1972-73) David Roy, RW/C (1969-72) Ron Forbes, LW (1967-69) Dick Maertz, RW (1963-67) Jack Williams, RW (1958-60, 61-63) Arliss Wright, C/W (1955-56, 57-58) Jerry Calengor, C/W (1952-55) 12 Jarod Hilderman, D (2016- ) Brett Boehm, RW (2014-15) Jack Connolly, C (2008-12)

Jay Cascalenda, D/LW (2005-06) Justin Williams, RW (2002-03) Mark Gunderson, C (1997-01) Max Wikman, C (1995-97) Aaron Novak, LW (1993-94) Marty Olson, RW (1991-93) Corey Osmak, LW (1990-91) Jason Bortolussi, RW (1989-90) Kris Miller, D (1987-89) Sean Toomey, RW (1984-87) Matt Christensen, C (1982-83) Scott Carlston, LW (1978-82) John Rothstein, RW (1975-79) Scott Koidahl, C (1972-75) Murray Keogan, C (1969-71) Dave Haines, C (1968-69) Tom Ahrens, D (1965-68) Dave Stepnes, RW (1962-65) Duane Rostie, C (1960-62) Don Weaver, C (1957-59) Elmer Schwartz, W (1955-58) 13 Joey Anderson, RW (2016- ) Tony Cameranesi, C (2012-16) Travis Oleksuk, LW (2008-09) Matt McKnight, C (2004-08) Jon Francisco, C (1999-03) Jason Haakstad, C (1995-98) Joe Tamminen, LW (1991-95) Scott Engen, RW (1989-90) Scott Keller, C (1987-89) Barry Chyzowski, C (1986-87) Tom Lorentz, RW (1984-86) Dave Pavelich, LW (1981-82) Bruce Rogers, LW (1968-69) Bill Salminen, RW (1968-69) John McKay, D (1965-68) Jack Kreidler, W (1967-68) Orest Wojcichowsky, C (1958-60) Harvey Flaman, LW (1955-58) 14* Alex Iafallo, LW (2013-17) Keegan Flaherty, W/C (2009-13) Jay Cascalenda, D/LW (2006-09) Nick Kemp, W (2005-06) Tim Hambly, D (2001-05) Ryan Coole, D (1997-2001) Woody Glines, C (1995-97) Wayne Sager, RW (1988-92) Ross Johnson, RW/C (1986-87) Sean Krakiwsky, RW (1985-86) Bill Watson, RW (1982-85) Mike Carlson, C (1981-82) Tom Hendricks, RW (1980-81) Pat Regan, D (1976-80) Kirk McIvor, C (1975-76) John Albers, D (1974-75) Doug Christy, LW (1973-74) Dave Langevin, D (1972-73) David Roy, RW (1971-72) Bob Younghans, C (1970-71) Ron Busniuk, C/D (1967-70) Bob Bell, LW (1963-67) Bill McGiffert, C (1962-63) John McCormick, LW (1960-62) Bernard Cousineau, LW (1957-60) Jerry Witherall, D (1955-56) Harold High, C (1952-55) 15 Willie Raskob, D (2013-17) Jake Hendrickson, C (2009-13) Rob Bordson, C (2007-09) Matt Niskanen, D (2005-07) Evan Schwabe, C (2002-05) Nate Anderson, C (1998-02) Laird Lidster, D (1994-98) Corey Osmak, RW (1991-94) Kraig Karakas, C (1989-91) Chris Lindberg, C (1987-88) Roman Sindelar, D (1985-86) Danny May, C (1981-85) John Lodahl, RW (1979-81) Gary DeGrio, LW (1978-79) Steve Otis, RW (1976-78) Tim Egan, D (1975-76) Tom Nemanick, LW (1972-75) Greg Hubick, D (1970-72)


Tim Stapleton, C (2005-06) Nick Anderson, RW (2000-05) Nik Patronas, RW (1996-99) Joe Ciccarello, RW (1994-96) Chris Marinucci, RW (1990-94) Glen Lang, C (1988-90) Tom Lorentz, RW/C (1984-88) Kevin Smalley, C (1981-85) Davey Johnson, C (1976-81) Tom Milani, RW (1972-76) Al Young, RW (1969-72) Doug Nosan, D (1968-69) Gary Murphy, C (1966-68) Peter Hegg, LW (1967-68) Bob Johnson, LW (1959-60) Scott Dahl, RW (1958-59) 20 Karson Kuhlman, RW (2014- ) Cody Danberg, LW (2009-13) Andrew Carroll, LW (2005-09) Brett Hammond, LW (2001-05) Jerrid Reinholz, C/W (2000-01) Shawn Pogreba, RW/D (1996-00) Marc Christian, RW (1992-96) Jerry Chumola, C (1987-89) Skeeter Moore, LW (1983-87) Rob Murray, D (1978-83) Mike Jacques, LW (1977-78) Monty Jones, LW (1973-77) Chuck Ness, LW (1969-73) Bruce McLeod, LW (1966-69) 21 Carson Soucy, D (2014-17) Caleb Herbert, LW/C (2011-14) Travis Oleksuk, LW/C (2009-10) Cody Danberg, LW (2007-09) Jeff McFarland, C (2005-07) Luke Stauffacher, RW/C (2001-05) Derek Derow, RW (1997-01) Adam Roy, LW (1995-97) Chris Sittlow, C (1992-95) Doug Torrel, RW (1988-92) Pat Scanlon, LW (1986-88) Jim Toninato, C/LW (1982-86) Barry McCulloch, C (1977-79) Gary DeGrio, LW (1978-82) Rodney Jones, C (1974-76) Rick Francisco, RW (1973-74) Roger Hunt, LW (1971-73) Lyman Haakstad, C (1970-71) Dave Haines, C (1968-70) 22 Jared Thomas, C, (2014- ) Luke McManus, D (2011-14) Mike Connolly, LW (2008-11) Travis Gawryletz, D (2004-08) Junior Lessard, RW (2000-04) Ryan Nosan, LW (1999-00) Ken Dzikowski, C (1997-98) Greg Hanson, D (1993-96) Jeff Parrott, D (1990-93) Stu Plante, LW (1987-90) Wayne Smith, C (1985-87) Tom Kurvers, D (1980-84) Don Hedlund, D (1976-80) Jim Knapp, D (1972-76) Cam Fryer, RW (1969-72) 23 Austyn Young, C/LW (2012-16) J.T. Brown, RW (2010-12) Jordan Fulton, C (2006-2010) Tim Stapleton, C (2002-05) Chad Kolar, C (2000-02) Jeff Scissons, C (1996-2000) Jeff Romfo, RW (1992-96) Garett Plotnik, LW (1991-92) Shawn Howard, C (1987-91) Pat Janostin, D (1985-87) Tom Herzig, LW (1981-85) Doug LeTouneau, C (1979-81) Joe Nelson, RW (1975-76) Tim Lawson, C (1974-75) Jay Judkins, RW (1973-74) Mark Heaslip, RW (1970-73) 24 Will Campion, D (2016- ) Charlie Sampair, LW (2012-16)

Mike Montgomery, D/RW (2007-11) Logan Gorsalitz, RW (2006-07) Ryan Swanson, D (2003-06) Drew Otten, RW (1999-03) Kent Sauer, D (1998-99) Jason Garatti, D (1995-98) Adam Roy, LW (1994-95) Greg Andrusak, D (1991-92) Steve Cronkhite, D (1988-90) Darin Illikainen, LW (1984-88) Bruce Fishback, RW (1983-84) Mike Krensing, C/D (1979-83) Carmen Haakstad, RW (1975-78) John Albers, D (1975-76) Ernie Campe, D (1970-74) 25 Peter Krieger, LW (2016- ) Adam Johnson, RW/LW (2015-16) Justin Crandall, LW (2011-15) Justin Faulk, D (2010-11) Blair LeFebvre, LW (2004-05) Jesse Unklesbay, LW (2002-04) Tom Nelson, RW/C (1998-02) Dan Jablonic, LW (1994-97) Brian Caruso, LW (1990-94) Shjon Podein, LW (1987-90) Jim Sprenger, D (1983-87) Bill Oleksuk, LW (1978-82) Mitch Corbin, RW (1977-78) Joe Nelson, RW (1973-75) Ken Larson, RW (1971-72) Larry Trachsel, C (1970-71) 26 Jade Miller, RW (2016- ) Adam Krause, RW (2011-15) Chad Huttel, D (2007-2011) Adam Davis, D (2005-06) Beau Geisler, D (2000-04) Joe Rybar, LW (1994-98) Dan Jablonic, RW (1993-94) Derek Plante, C (1989-93) Terry Shold, LW (1985-89) Brian Nelson, LW (1984-85) Bill Mason, RW (1981-84) Dan Gerarden, C (1980-81) Keith Hendrickson, D (1975-80) 27 Riley Tufte, LW (2016- ) Cal Decowski, C (2012-16) David Grun, RW (2008-12) Mike Curry, RW (2005-08) Marco Peluso, LW (2002-05) Evan Schwabe, C (2001-02) Ryan Homstol, LW (1997-01) Chris Snell, D (1994-97) Rod Aldoff, D (1991-92) Scott Keller, RW (1989-91) Sandy Smith, C (1986-87) Mark Odnokon, LW (1982-86) Mel Bailey, D (1981-82) Mitch Corbin, RW (1978-80) Tom Funke, LW (1977-78) 28 Sammy Spurrel, RW (2013- ) Wade Bergman D, (2009-13) Josh Meyers, D (2005-06) Mike Curry, RW (2004-05) Ryan Geris, D (2002-04) Tyler Williamson, D/F (2000-02) Colin Anderson, RW (1996-97) Chet Culic, LW (1993-96) Brad Federenko, RW (1992-93) Scott Engen, RW (1990-92) Dennis Vaske, D (1986-90) Mike DeAngelis, D (1984-86) Anders Andersson, C (1981-82, 83-84) Mark Baron, RW (1980-81) Gregg Moore, RW (1979-80) John Harrington, RW (1975-79) 29* Josh Miskovich, RW (2001-05) Eric Ness, C (1998-99) Brad Federenko, LW (1993-97) Jon Rohloff, D (1988-93) Brett Hull, RW (1984-86) Brad Johnson, C (1983-84) John Santori, LW (1979-83)

Terry Keseley, RW (1977-79) Mike Jacques, LW (1976-77) 30 Alex Fons, G (2012-15) Brady Hjelle, G (2008-2010) Jason Gregoire, G (1999-2000) Tony Gasparini, G (1995-99) Tony Flint, G (1990-93) Rick Hayko, G (1985-89) Jon Downing, G (1981-85) Jeff Bolin, G (1979-81) Jeff Johnson, G (1975-79) Ken Turko, G (1971-75) Chuck Whalen, G (1968-71) 31 Aaron Crandall, G (2009-13) Josh Johnson, G (2006-07) Niklas Axelsson, G (1993-95) Brett Nelson, G (1990-91) Corey Chwialkowski, G (1989-90) John Hyduke, G (1985-89) Mike Valesano, LW (1981-83) 32 Hunter Shepard, G (2016- ) Alex Stalock, G (2006-09) Ryan Nosan, LW (1996-99) Ken Dzikowski, C (1994-96) 33 Kasimir Kaskisuo, G (2014-16) Dan Carlson, G (2005-07) Matt Klein, G (2001-04) Jason Gregoire, G (2000-01) Ryan Karasek, G (1997-98) Jim Moellman, G (1995-97) Jerome Butler, G (1991-95) Chad Erickson, G (1989-91) Bill Moen, G (1976-77) 34 Nate Ziegelmann, G (2005-08) Josh Arnold, C (1994-96) 35 Hunter Miska, G (2016-17) Kenny Reiter, G (2009-12) Adam Coole, G (2000-02) Brant Nicklin, G (1996-00) Taras Lendzyk, G (1992-96) Brett Nelson, G (1991-92) Gordy Meagher, G (1986-89) Ben Duffey, G (1984-86) Ron Erickson, G (1979-83) Bill Perkl, G (1977-79) Rob Little, G (1974-76) 36 Matt McNeely, G (2012-16) Jason Watt, D (1994-95) 37 Nick Deery, G (2015- ) Justin Fontaine, RW (2007-11) Chris Sittlow, C (1991-92) 39 Parker Mackay, RW (2015- ) Isaac Reichmuth, G (2002-06) 42 Bryan McGregor, RW (2005-07) 44 Mitch Ryan, RW (2006-07) Jay Rosehill, D (2004-05) Bill Lund, C (1990-91) 47 Rob Anderson, G (1999-03) 54 Trent Palm, D (2008-09)

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Bruce Jordet, RW (1968-71) Dan Mahle, LW (1968-70) Robert Larson, LW (1968-69) Tom Mrozik, C (1965-68) Pat Francisco, RW (1963-64) Ron Johnson, LW (1959-63) Al Peterson, C (1957-58) Ed Skalko, LW (1955-56) 16 Billy Exell, LW (2015- ) Tim Smith, D (2011-14) Matt Greer, LW (2005-09) T.J. Caig, C (2003-05) Matt Mathias, C/W (2000-03) Richie Anderson, LW (1995-2000) Brian Bolf, C (1994-95) Joe Ciccarello, C (1992-94) Kevin Kaiser, LW (1988-92) Barry Chyzowski, C (1987-88) Bruce Fishback, RW (1984-87) Brian Glynn, C (1982-84) Bruce Olson, LW/C (1976-79) Doug Spoden, C (1974-75) Merv Kiryluik, RW (1971-74) Bruce Jordet, RW (1968-71) Elroy Froiland, RW (1966-68) Owen Rogers, RW (1963-66) Mike Mithrush, C (1960-63) Tommy Powell, RW (1958-59) George Yurkovich, LW (1957-58) Frank Holappa, D (1955-56) 17 Blake Young, RW (2014- ) Dominic Toninato, C (2013-14) Mike Seidel, RW (2009-13) Josh Meyers, D (2006-09) Bryan McGregor, RW (2003-05) Michael Miskovich, RW (1999-02) Jeremy Zahn, LW (1996-99) Joe Golcz, C (1995-96) Paul Carey, C (1994-95) Rusty Fitzgerald, C (1991-93) Darren Nauss, RW (1987-91) Dave Cowan, C (1983-87) Dean Ekman, C/W (1979-83) Mark Pavelich, C (1976-79) Doug Christy, LW (1974-75) Lyman Haakstad, C (1971-74) Merv Kiryluik, RW (1970-71) David Farrow, LW (1967-70) Pat Francisco, RW (1964-67) Terry Shercliffe, C (1962-65) Bill McGiffert, C (1961-62) Max Ramsland, LW (1958-59) Walter Melynchuk, C (1958-59) Orest Wojcichowsky, C (1957-58) John Bymark, D (1953-57) 18 Nick McCormack, D (2014- ) Joe Basaraba, RW (2010-14) MacGregor Sharp, C (2005-09) Ryan Geris, D (2004-05) Dan Kronick, LW (2002-04) Judd Medak, RW (1998-02) Matt Taus, D (1995-97) Brett Larson, D (1991-95) Joe Biondi, C (1989-90) Greg Andrusak, D (1987-89) Brian Johnson, C (1983-87) Dan Fishback, C (1979-83) Dave McDonald, LW (1977-79) Erin Roth, LW (1976-77) Mike Newton, LW (1972-76) Walt Ledingham, LW (1970-72) Tim Lillo, RW (1969-70) Larry Krawchuk, RW (1967-69) Bob Young, C (1965-67) Bill McGiffert, C (1963-65) Bill Savolainen, LW (1961-63) Bill Rippin, C (1960-62) Irving Curran, LW (1956-59) Jim Nelson, G (1955-56) 19 Dominic Toninato, C (2014-17) Max Tardy, C/LW (2010-14) Rob Bordson, C (2009-10) Nick Kemp, RW (2006-09)

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(Overall) (Conference*) Year W L T Pct GF GA W L T Pct Place GF GA Coach 1930-31 0 3 0 .000 4 15 Frank Kovach 1931-32 2 5 0 .286 11 18 2 2 0 .500 2nd(T) 3 13 Frank Kovach 1932-46 no hockey 1946-47 11 6 1 .639 NA NA 10 3 0 .769 3rd NA NA Joe Oven 1947-48 6 3 0 .667 36 28 Hank Jensen 1948-49 7 0 0 1.000 47 12 Hank Jensen 1949-50 4 3 1 .563 30 16 4 3 1 .563 NA 30 16 Hank Jensen 1950-51 2 3 0 .400 22 24 2 3 0 .400 NA 22 24 Hank Jensen 1951-52 2 7 0 .222 30 50 0 6 0 .000 NA 17 37 Gord Eddolls 1952-53 9 3 0 .750 59 48 6 1 0 .857 1st 41 17 Gord Eddolls 1953-54 10 7 0 .588 80 65 9 1 0 .900 1st 46 24 Gord Eddolls 1954-55 9 8 0 .529 75 85 7 2 0 .778 2nd 49 21 Bob Boyat 1955-56 17 6 0 .739 137 68 12 0 0 1.000 1st 96 20 Connie Pleban 1956-57 16 4 3 .761 137 60 12 0 0 1.000 1st 75 12 Connie Pleban 1957-58 13 6 1 .643 127 61 10 0 0 1.000 1st 92 14 Connie Pleban 1958-59 10 9 1 .525 107 83 7 0 0 1.000 1st 66 8 Connie Pleban 1959-60 15 5 0 .750 124 67 8 0 0 1.000 1st 76 9 Ralph Romano 1960-61 13 3 0 .813 113 38 6 0 0 1.000 1st 61 3 Ralph Romano 1961-62 6 14 2 .318 69 119 Ralph Romano 1962-63 7 15 2 .333 80 103 Ralph Romano 1963-64 11 14 0 .440 95 95 Ralph Romano 1964-65 14 12 1 .537 146 107 Ralph Romano 1965-66 7 19 2 .286 96 137 3 15 2 .200 8th 64 92 Ralph Romano 1966-67 12 16 0 .429 124 125 8 15 0 .348 6th 90 114 Ralph Romano 1967-68 5 23 0 .179 71 144 4 20 0 .167 8th 54 116 Ralph Romano 1968-69 6 23 0 .207 91 147 3 19 0 .136 8th 64 119 Bill Selman 1969-70 13 15 1 .466 118 107 10 13 1 .438 6th 89 93 Bill Selman 1970-71 16 17 1 .485 147 146 10 14 1 .417 6th 98 106 Terry Shercliffe 1971-72 16 18 1 .471 148 150 15 13 0 .536 4th(T) 129 123 Terry Shercliffe 1972-73 19 17 0 .528 166 161 13 15 0 .464 8th 129 140 Terry Shercliffe 1973-74 21 16 1 .566 167 155 13 14 1 .482 6th 113 126 Terry Shercliffe 1974-75 10 24 4 .316 158 192 9 20 3 .328 8th 141 166 Terry Shercliffe 1975-76 15 21 0 .417 159 179 12 20 0 .375 7th(T) 132 160 Gus Hendrickson 1976-77 9 26 2 .270 148 219 6 24 2 .219 10th 119 192 Gus Hendrickson 1977-78 14 22 1 .391 155 182 12 19 1 .391 7th(T) 135 155 Gus Hendrickson 1978-79 22 14 4 .600 213 170 18 10 4 .625 3rd(T) 176 141 Gus Hendrickson 1979-80 17 21 0 .447 191 207 15 17 0 .469 6th 166 181 Gus Hendrickson 1980-81 17 21 1 .449 165 197 11 17 0 .393 8th 120 150 Gus Hendrickson 1981-82 16 21 3 .438 192 201 9 16 1 .365 5th 121 151 Gus Hendrickson 1982-83 28 16 1 .633 193 158 14 12 0 .538 4th 103 95 Mike Sertich 1983-84 29 12 2 .698 216 140 19 5 2 .769 1st 138 85 Mike Sertich 1984-85 36 9 3 .781 257 159 25 7 2 .765 1st 178 110 Mike Sertich 1985-86 26 13 3 .655 206 157 21 12 1 .632 4th 153 118 Mike Sertich 1986-87 11 27 1 .295 121 184 11 23 1 .329 7th(T) 114 163 Mike Sertich 1987-88 18 21 2 .463 163 179 15 18 2 .457 6th(T) 143 155 Mike Sertich 1988-89 15 23 2 .400 126 153 12 21 2 .371 7th(T) 106 135 Mike Sertich 1989-90 20 19 1 .513 170 152 13 15 0 .464 5th(T) 114 111 Mike Sertich 1990-91 14 19 7 .438 142 164 11 15 6 .438 5th(T) 114 133 Mike Sertich 1991-92 15 20 2 .432 144 162 14 16 2 .469 5th 124 137 Mike Sertich 1992-93 27 11 2 .700 202 142 21 9 2 .688 1st 161 118 Mike Sertich 1993-94 14 21 3 .408 144 160 12 17 3 .422 7th 125 131 Mike Sertich 1994-95 16 18 4 .474 146 146 13 15 4 .469 7th 124 127 Mike Sertich 1995-96 20 17 1 .539 139 125 16 15 1 .516 4th(T) 116 109 Mike Sertich 1996-97 18 16 4 .526 133 131 15 13 4 .531 6th 115 111 Mike Sertich 1997-98 21 17 2 .550 140 130 14 12 2 .536 5th 95 90 Mike Sertich 1998-99 7 27 4 .237 100 139 4 20 4 .214 9th 71 102 Mike Sertich 1999-00 15 22 0 .405 93 146 10 18 0 .357 8th 59 114 Mike Sertich 2000-01 7 28 4 .231 103 166 3 22 3 .161 10th 68 121 Scott Sandelin 2001-02 13 24 3 .363 119 153 6 19 3 .268 9th 72 112 Scott Sandelin 2002-03 22 15 5 .583 153 119 14 10 4 .571 5th 95 80 Scott Sandelin 2003-04 28 13 4 .667 185 123 19 7 2 .714 2nd 119 71 Scott Sandelin 2004-05 15 17 6 .474 119 118 11 13 4 .464 6th 90 89 Scott Sandelin 2005-06 11 25 4 .325 97 148 6 19 3 .268 9th 62 114 Scott Sandelin 2006-07 13 21 5 .397 103 121 8 16 4 .357 9th 64 84 Scott Sandelin 2007-08 13 17 6 .444 74 91 9 14 5 .410 8th 55 76 Scott Sandelin 2008-09 22 13 8 .604 129 98 10 11 7 .482 7th 79 72 Scott Sandelin 2009-10 22 17 1 .562 126 109 16 11 1 .589 4th(T) 90 77 Scott Sandelin 2010-11 26 10 6 .690 143 108 15 8 5 .625 4th 91 73 Scott Sandelin 2011-12 25 10 6 .683 147 106 16 7 5 .661 2nd 103 73 Scott Sandelin 2012-13 14 19 5 .434 99 109 10 13 5 .446 9th 75 83 Scott Sandelin 2013-14 16 16 4 .500 104 104 11 11 2 .500 4th 69 70 Scott Sandelin 2014-15 21 16 3 .562 115 97 12 9 3 .562 5th 68 59 Scott Sandelin 2015-16 19 16 5 .538 107 82 11 10 3 .521 4th 64 44 Scott Sandelin 2016-17 28 7 7 .750 140 95 15 5 4 .708 2nd 83 56 Scott Sandelin Totals 1,084 1,082 159 .500 8,821 8,558 709 752 120 .486 6,111 6,065 *Conferences: Head of the Lakes Scholastic League, 1931-32; City Senior Hockey League, 1946-47; Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, 1949-61; Western Collegiate Hockey Association, 1965-2013; National Collegiate Hockey Conference, 2014-present.


UMD celebrated its 50th year of NCAA I membership in 2010-11 by capturing the program’s first national championship following a 3-2 overtime triumph over Michigan.

UMD has compiled a 16-11-0 lifetime record in NCAA post-season play, including a 4-3-0 mark at the Frozen Four, and is 10-5-0 under current head coach Scott Sandelin. The results of those 27 NCAA playoff outings are as follows: Date Result Round April 8, 2017 Denver 3, UMD 2 Championship April 6, 2017 UMD 2, Harvard 1 Semifinal March 25, 2017 UMD 3, Boston University 2 (OT) Quarterfinal March 24, 2017 UMD 3, Ohio State 2 (OT) First March 26, 2016 Boston College 3, UMD 2 Quarterfinal March 25, 2016 UMD 2, Providence College 1 First March 28, 2015 Boston University 3, UMD 2 Quarterfinal March 27, 2015 UMD 4, Minnesota 1 First March 25, 2012 Boston College 4, UMD 0 Quarterfinal March 24, 2012 UMD 5, Maine 2 First April 9, 2011 UMD 3, Michigan 2 (OT) Championship April 7, 2011 UMD 4, Notre Dame 3 Semifinal March 26, 2011 UMD 5, Yale 3 Quarterfinal March 25, 2011 UMD 2, Union College 0 First March 28, 2009 Miami 2, UMD 1 Quarterfinal March 27, 2009 UMD 5, Princeton 4 (OT) First April 8, 2004 Denver 5, UMD 3 Semifinal March 28, 2004 UMD 3, Minnesota 1 Quarterfinal March 27, 2004 UMD 5, Michigan State 0 First March 27, 1993 Lake Superior State 4, UMD 3 Quarterfinal March 26, 1993 UMD 7, Brown University 3 First March 30, 1985 UMD 7, Boston College 6 (OT) Third Place March 29, 1985 RPI 6, UMD 5 (3OT) Semifinal March 23, 1985 UMD 4, Harvard University 2* Quarterfinal March 22, 1985 UMD 4, Harvard University 2* Quarterfinal March 24, 1984 Bowling Green 5, UMD 4 (4OT) Championship March 22, 1984 UMD 2, North Dakota 1 (OT) Semifinal March 17, 1984 Clarkson College 6, UMD 3* Quarterfinal March 16, 1984 UMD 6, Clarkson College 2* Quarterfinal March 19, 1983 Providence College 3, UMD 2* Quarterfinal March 18, 1983 Providence College 7, UMD 3* Quarterfinal *two-game, total-goal series.

Site Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Fargo, N.D. Fargo, N.D. Worcester, Mass. Worcester, Mass. Manchester, N.H. Manchester, N.H. Worcester, Mass. Worcester, Mass. St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Bridgeport, Conn. Bridgeport, Conn. Minneapolis, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Boston, Mass. Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn Lake Placid, N.Y. Lake Placid, N.Y. Duluth, Minn. Duluth, Minn. Providence, R.I. Providence, R.I.

The Bulldogs came out smoking in the 2004 NCAA Frozen Four semifinals, grabbing a 2-0 lead four minutes after the opening faceoff on goals by Junior Lessard and linemate Evan Schwabe (above) before eventually succumbing to Denver 5-3.

NCAA ALL-REGION TEAM SELECTIONS Player Year Site Joey Anderson (RW) 2017 Fargo, N.D. Alex Iafallo (LW) 2017 Fargo, N.D. Hunter Miska* (G) 2017 Fargo, N.D. Willie Raskob (D) 2017 Fargo, N.D. Tony Cameranesi (C) 2016 Worcester, Mass. Andy Welinski (D) 2016 Worcester, Mass. Tony Cameranesi (C) 2015 Manchester, N.H. Kasimir Kaskisuo (G) 2015 Manchester, N.H. Willie Raskob (D) 2015 Manchester, N.H. Jack Connolly (C) 2012 Worcester, Mass. Jake Hendrickson (C) 2012 Worcester, Mass. Jack Connolly (C) 2011 Bridgeport, Conn Mike Connolly (W) 2011 Bridgeport, Conn. Justin Faulk (D) 2011 Bridgeport, Conn Kenny Reiter* (G) 2011 Bridgeport, Conn. Mike Connolly (W) 2009 Minneapolis, Minn. Evan Oberg (D) 2009 Minneapolis, Minn. Junior Lessard (W) 2004 Grand Rapids, Mich. Isaac Reichmuth* (G) 2004 Grand Rapids, Mich. Evan Schwabe (C) 2004 Grand Rapids, Mich. *Most Outstanding Player

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NCAA FROZEN FOUR ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SELECTIONS Player Year Site Alex Iafallo (LW) 2017 Chicago, Ill. Neal Pionk (D) 2017 Chicago, Ill. J.T. Brown* (W) 2011 St. Paul, Minn. Justin Faulk (D) 2011 St. Paul, Minn. Kyle Schmidt (W) 2011 St. Paul, Minn. Junior Lessard (W) 2004 Boston, Mass. Bill Watson (W) 1985 Detroit, Mich. Rick Kosti (G) 1984 Lake Placid, N.Y. Bob Lakso (W) 1984 Lake Placid, N.Y.

Rookie Rick Kosti did all he could -- like make a tournament-record 55 stops -- to help save the day for UMD in its 5-4 four-overtime loss to Bowling Green in the 1984 NCAA title game.

Tom Herzig, Jim Johnson and Bill Watson helped lead the Buldogs to a school-record 36th win by upending Boston College 7-6 in overtime to capture third place at the 1985 NCAA Championships.

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THE 2010-11 NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPION UMD BULLDOGS - Front Row (Left to Right): Kenny Reiter, Cody Danberg, Justin Fontaine, Trent Palm, Mike Connolly, Mike Montgomery, Jack Connolly, Kyle Schmidt, Chad Huttel, Scott Kishel, Aaron Crandall. Middle Row: Christian Gaffy, Max Tardy, Strength and Conditioning Coach Blake Palmer, Manager Dale Haagenson, Athletic Trainer Suz Hoppe, Assistant Coach Derek Plante, Head Coach Scott Sandelin, Assistant Coach Brett Larson, Director of Hockey Operations Christian Koelling, Asst. Equipment Manager Cameron Koopman, J.T. Brown, Jake Hendrickson. Back Row: Wade Bergman, Mike Seidel, Brady Lamb, David Grun, Dylan Olsen, Dan DeLisle, Joe Basaraba, Drew Olson, Luke McManus, Justin Faulk, Keegan Flaherty, Travis Oleksuk. Not Pictured: Equipment Manager Chris Garner, Volunteer Assistant Coach Bill Watson.

Put mildly, the 2010-11 hockey season time game-winner, which came off a nifty ries over Wisconsin. was literally a banner year for the Univer- behind-the-back feed from linemate Mike Riding a five-game winning streak, sity of Minnesota Duluth. The Bulldogs Connolly. That exciting, come-from-be- UMD returned home to the DECC one last closed the doors on the Duluth Entertain- hind win (in one of college hockey’s most time Dec. 3-4 for a home series with Denment Convention Center – their home notoriously hostile atmospheres) helped ver. The Pioneers stole a sudden death of 45-plus years – opened a brand new, set a trend for the Bulldogs, who made a victory on Friday night in what would end 6,764 ($80 million) seat facility in the state- habit of winning the tightest of games on up being the Bulldogs’ lone overtime setof-the-art AMSOIL Arena and claimed the their way to a school-record seven over- back of the regular season. UMD reboundfirst national title in the program’s 67-year time victories, the most in the nation a ed to hold on for a 2-1 triumph the ensuing history all in a span of six months. Once it year ago. A convincing sweep of Michigan night, closing the curtains on the DECC in is hung from the AMSOIL rafters on open- Tech at the DECC one week later thrust style as the No. 1 team in the land before ing night (Oct. 7) the 2011 NCAA Champi- UMD to an overall mark of 9-1-2 and its 5,409 spectators. Mike Connolly’s shortonship banner will forever symbolize last first No. 1 national ranking since 2004. handed goal in the second period stood winter as the most memorable seaas the game-winner and final son in the history of Bulldog hockey. Bulldog goal in the old arena. Less than a month later, After opening with a 6-6 stalemate UMD ushered in a new era of at Lake Superior State, UMD caught Bulldog hockey at the grand lightning in a bottle, rattling off six opening of AMSOIL Arena, straight wins before drawing to a 1-1 which pitted North Dakota deadlock at Bemidji State to wrap up against UMD in the annual October at 6-0-2. That stellar openU.S. Hockey Hall of Fame ing month saw newcomer J.T. Brown Game Dec. 30. The Fighting burst on the scene, as he claimed Sioux rolled up a 5-0 victory at Western Collegiate Hockey Associathe expense of the Bulldogs, tion Player of the Week honors in the who were without injured sesecond week of the season and finnior winger Kyle Schmidt. ished the month with four goals and With the Hermantown, Minn., 11 points in his first eight games. native out of the lineup for While Brown provided a preview of an undetermined length of what was to come in one of the better time and a 1-3-1 December rookie campaigns in recent memory, record, UMD had hit the low the Bulldogs’ top line of Mike Connolpoint of its season. ly, Jack Connolly and Justin Fontaine The new year gave the Bullcame into November occupying the dogs a fresh start of sorts, top three spots in the WCHA scoring race with a combined 37 points to Mike Connolly (left) and Jack Connolly take down the Final and UMD made the most of re-establish themselves as one of the Year banner after a 2-1 win over Denver on Dec. 4, 2010, it by taking six of eight games to begin 2011, including road most potent combinations in college which officially ended UMD’s 46-year run at the DECC. sweeps at Clarkson and Michihockey. A tough road loss at North Dakota That top ranking was put to the test right gan Tech. With newfound momentum on knocked UMD from the ranks of the un- away at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wis., their side, the Bulldogs welcomed Minnebeaten, but the Bulldogs answered in a where the Bulldogs completed back-to- sota to AMSOIL for the first time and took big way the next night on Fontaine’s over- back sweeps with a pair of overtime victo- three of a possible four points from their


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The final a damaged right hand, the senior winger weekend of made good on a beautiful back-handed the season setup from Travis Oleksuk, depositing had UMD back the puck past the Michigan goaltender in the state of and into a yawning net 3:22 into overhockey at the time, giving the Bulldogs the elusive naExcel Energy tional championship they’ve been chasCenter in St. ing since they entered the NCAA I ranks Paul, Minn., in 1961-62. J.T. Brown was named the site of the 2011 tournament’s most oustanding player afFrozen Four. ter finishing the Frozen Four with a goal The Bulldogs and an assist while dazzling the capacity fell behind just crowd with a combination of speed, skill 49 seconds into and physical play. their semifinal In the days immediately following matchup with UMD’s national championship triumph, Notre Dame, the Bulldogs were honored by both the but converted Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Wild in on two of their pre-game ceremonies. An official celebrathree power tion to recognize the team took place April play chances, 13 at AMSOIL and drew a crowd of over UMD Chancellor Dr. Lendley C. Black performs the ceremonial taking a 3-2 3,000. The final stop on the celebration puck drop at the grand opening of AMSOIL Arena on Dec. 30, lead into the first tour included a Minnesota Vikings pre2010, ushering in a new era of Bulldog hockey. intermission. A season game, where team members in intrastate rivals. Mike Connolly put away power play tally by Jack Connolly in the attendance were once again commended five of UMD’s six goals in Saturday night’s second stretched the UMD lead to 4-2 for their accomplishments. 6-4 win over the Golden Gophers, tying heading into the final 20 minutes of regu- The title banner will be placed in the the school-record set by Steve “Pokey” lation. Notre Dame closed the gap to one Amsoil rafters once and for all on openTrachsel in 1972 en route to being named on a shorthanded goal early in the third, ing night (Oct. 7) when UMD welcomed WCHA Player of the Week. UMD then hit but Kenny Reiter withstood a barrage of top-ranked Notre Dame to town, a team the road for a pair of tough weekends (at shots from the Fighting Irish, making sev- equally hungry to return to the Frozen Minnesota State, Mankato and at Colorado College) and escaped with a combined three points going into its final home series of the season against NebraskaOmaha. A split with the Mavericks gave the Bulldogs, who were the only WCHA club to go the entire season without being swept, a fourth-place finish in the league standings, setting up a playoff run for the ages. St. Cloud State made the trip to Duluth for the first-ever playoff series at Amsoil Arena as the WCHA’s ninth-place finisher. After picking up the first game on the legs of a 4-2 win, UMD sent the Huskies home for good on Mike Connolly’s 25th goal of the season, which came 1:13 into triple overtime and ended the longest game in Bulldog history and sent UMD to its third consecutive WCHA Final Five. The trip to the Final Five was short-lived, however, as Bemidji State edged the Bulldogs 3-2 in overtime, knocking UMD out of the tournament. But the Bulldogs’ season-long body of work was enough to get them into the NCAA Tournament, which was all the opportunity they would need. In the 16-team national tournament One day after capturing the school’s first NCAA title, team captain Mike Montgomery and for the second time in three years, UMD his Bulldog teammates were the Minnesota Twins’ guests of honor at Target Field, taking made the long trek to Bridgeport, Conn., part in a special on-field ceremony prior to the start of their game with the Oakland A’s. as one of four teams selected to the NCAA East Regional field. The first round eral key stops down the stretch as the Four. Hanging from the ceiling, that banpitted the Bulldogs against Union College Bulldogs fought off the late charge for a ner will serve as a constant reminder of of the ECAC, where UMD propelled itself 4-3 win. what Bulldog hockey strives for on a yearto a 2-0 victory on a pair of man advanFor the second time in program history, ly basis: another national championship. tage goals (by Schmidt and Fontaine) UMD found itself in a national title game, .-- Cory Bellamy while holding Union’s power play – one of this time against perennial power MichiUMD Sports Information the most lethal units in the country – off gan – which owns more men’s hockey the board with the man advantage. Squar- national titles than any other school. The ing off with Yale in the regional final one last time the Bulldogs had been in that day later, UMD took a 5-1 lead into the same position, UMD was edged by Bowlthird period, essentially punching its ticket ing Green in a heart-breaking, four overto the Frozen Four 20 minutes early. Yale time loss. An extra session was required fought back to within 5-3, but that score once again, but Kyle Schmidt kept the would hold final and the Bulldogs booked suspense to a minimum. Playing through their first Frozen Four berth since 2004.

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1949-50 (4-3-1) MIAC-NA Head Coach: Hank Jensen Captain: Wally Heikkinen St. Thomas L 2-3 St. Olaf W 4-0 Augsburg College W 6-1 Hamline U. W 6-3 St. John’s U. L 1-2 Augsburg College W 6-1 St. Thomas L 4-5 Macalester College T 1-1

1930-31 (0-3-0) Independent Head Coach: Frank Kovach Captain: Duluth Central HS L 0-3 Eveleth JC L 2-8 Eveleth JC L 2-4

1950-51 (2-3-0) MIAC-NA Head Coach: Hank Jensen Captain: Jim Krysiak St. John’s U. L 2-3 St. Thomas L 4-11 Macalester College L 2-6 Hamline U. W 8-1 1931-32 (2-5-0) HLSL-2nd (T) St. Olaf W 6-3 Head Coach: Frank Kovach Captain: Henry Antoskiewicz Central HS L 1-3 Duluth JC L 0-6 Virginia JC L 2-3 Eveleth JC L 1-2 Hibbing JC L 0-2 Two Harbors HS W 3-2 Duluth Cathedral HS W 4-0

Gord Eddolls

Joe Oven 1946-47 (11-6-1) SHL-3rd# Head Coach: Joe Oven Captain: West End Civic Club L 2-10 West End Civic Club W 4-3 West End Civic Club L 2-10 St. Cloud State L 1-8 St. Cloud State T 3-3 OT

1951-52 (2-7-0) MIAC-NA Head Coach: Gord Eddolls Captain: Wally Heikkinen St. Cloud State W 5-4 St. Thomas L 1-4 St. John’s U. L 0-9 St. Thomas L 3-6 402 Lounge L 2-6 Lakehead U. W 6-3 Macalester College L 4-5 Macalester College L 6-7 St. John’s U. L 2-6

1952-53 (9-3-0) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Gord Eddolls Captain: Wally Heikkinen Minnesota# L 2-14 Michigan Tech L 1-8 #The Bulldogs were 10-3-0 in league St. Cloud State W 5-3 play. Individual game scores are St. John’s U. W 6-5 unavailable. Gustavus Adolphus W 16-0 St. Cloud State W 3-2 Hamline U. W 5-4 Macalester College W 5-2 St. John’s U. L 8-1 St. Thomas L 1-5 Gustavus Adolphus W FFT Lakehead U. W 4-3 #in Eveleth, MN

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1953-54 (10-7-0) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Gord Eddolls Captain: Bob Boyat Dartmouth College L 4-5 OT 1947-48 (6-3-0) Independent Hamline U. W 7-1 Head Coach: Hank Jensen Lakehead U. W 10-4 Captain: Hamline U. W 4-1 Duluth JC W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 5-6 Duluth JC W 6-1 Michigan Tech L 3-10 Macalester L 2-3 Gustavus Adolphus W 7-3 St. Cloud State L 1-5 Michigan Tech L 1-2 St. Cloud State L 1-6 St. John’s U. W 3-1 Bemidji State W 4-3 Macalester College W 5-3 Bemidji State W 9-4 St. John’s U. W 3-0 Carleton College W 4-1 St. Thomas W 4-3 Macalester College W 4-2 St. Thomas L 2-4 Gustavus Adolphus W 5-3 1948-49 (7-0-0) Independent Macalester College W 6-5 OT Head Coach: Hank Jensen Fort William Canadiens L 4-5 Captain: Gord Eddolls Fort William Canadiens L 7-9 Hamline U. W 6-2 Bemidji State W 11-3 St. Cloud State W 3-2 Macalester College W 5-1 Bemidji State W 7-2 Duluth JC W 9-2 Carleton College W 3-0

Bob Boyat 1954-55 (9-8-0) MIAC-2nd Head Coach: Bob Boyat Captain: John Bymark North Dakota L 0-11 North Dakota L 2-8 Fort Frances Canadiens W 6-4 North Dakota L 2-15 North Dakota L 2-9 Michigan Tech L 4-8 Michigan Tech L 2-6 St. Thomas W 5-3 St. John’s U. W 9-2 Gustavus Adolphus W 3-1 Macalester College W 6-2 Macalester College W 3-0 Hamline U. W 4-1 St. John’s U. L 4-5 St. Thomas L 2-5 Hamline U. W 7-1 Lakehead U. W 10-3

Connie Pleban 1955-56 (17-6-0) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Connie Pleban Captain: Alex Sisto Fort Frances Canadiens W 8-2 North Dakota L 1-3 North Dakota L 0-6 Port Arthur North Stars L 3-8 Eveleth Rangers W 9-3 Eveleth Rangers W 4-3 US Olympic Team L 0-11 Regina Pats L 1-5 Gustavus Adolphus W 5-2 St. Thomas W 7-2 Hamline U. W 4-0 Macalester College W 7-2 Augsburg College W 8-2 St. John’s U. W 8-0 Michigan Tech JV W 3-2 Michigan Tech JV W 9-2 Macalester College W 10-2 Gustavus Adolphus W 5-2 Hamline U. W 8-1 St. Thomas W 6-0 St. John’s U. W 7-3 Augsburg College W 15-2 Taconite Hornets L 4-5 1956-57 (16-4-3) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Connie Pleban Captain: Harvey Flaman Port Arthur North Stars W 6-4 St. Boniface Canadiens T 3-3 Winnipeg Rangers T 4-4 Warroad Lakers L 4-8 US Nationals L 6-8 Hamline U. W 8-0 Macalester College W 5-2 St. Thomas W 4-0 Michigan Tech JV W 7-0 Michigan Tech JV W 11-3 St. Thomas W 11-4 Macalester College W 17-0 Hamline U. W 2-1 St. John’s U. W 6-1 St. John’s U. W 4-3

Michigan Tech JV Michigan Tech JV Gustavus Adolphus North Dakota JV North Dakota JV Gustavus Adolphus Augsburg College Augsburg College

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1957-58 (13-6-1) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Connie Pleban Captains: Harvey Flaman, Elmer Schwartz Minneapolis Bungalows L 7-4 Michigan Tech W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 0-6 Harvard U. W 5-2 North Dakota L 1-5 North Dakota L 2-7 Hamline U. W 8-1 US Nationals L 5-6 St. John’s U. W 7-2 Macalester College W 17-1 Gustavus Adolphus W 24-2 Gustavus Adolphus W FFT Macalester College W 13-1 Hamline U. W 5-1 St. Thomas W 3-1 Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT Michigan Tech L 3-6 St. Thomas W 3-1 St. John’s U. W 10-3 Warroad Lakers L 5-6 1958-59 (10-9-1) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Connie Pleban Captain: Larry Cronkhite Michigan Tech L 0-7 Michigan Tech L 1-12 US Nationals L 2-6 Dartmouth College W 9-5 Dartmouth College W 3-2 Hamline U. W 7-2 North Dakota L 2-4 North Dakota L 1-4 St. Thomas W 4-2 St. John’s U. W 7-0 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 0-10 US College All Stars W 9-3 US College All Stars T 4-4 Augsburg College W 15-3 Macalester College W 15-1 Gustavus Adolphus W FFT Concordia College W 16-0 Warroad Lakers L 5-6 Warroad Lakers L 2-6

Ralph Romano 1959-60 (13-5-0) MIAC-1st Head Coach: Ralph Romano Captain: Ron Pretlac Fort William Bearcats W 7-2 Fort William Bearcats W 5-2 North Dakota W 3-2 North Dakota L 2-13 Warroad Lakers L 1-7 Macalester College W 17-0 Concordia College W 9-2 St. John’s U. W 6-3 St. Thomas W 4-3 Augsburg College W 10-0 Michigan Tech JV W 6-5 Michigan Tech JV W 3-2 US Olympic Team L 3-8 Japanese Olympic Team W 7-3 St. Mary’s W 16-0 Hamline U. W 11-1 Gustavus Adolphus W 3-0


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Michigan Tech L 3-4 OT Michigan Tech L 2-6 Denver L 2-8 Denver L 2-8 Michigan State L 3-6 Michigan State W 6-1 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 1-6 Colorado College L 2-3 Colorado College W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 4-10 Michigan Tech L 2-4 North Dakota L 2-6 North Dakota L 4-5 Denver+ L 1-4 @Syracuse Holiday Tourn. (Third Place) +WCHA Playoffs 1969-70 (13-15-1) WCHA-8th Head Coach: Bill Selman Captain: Ron Busniuk Minnesota W 7-3 Minnesota L 2-3 OT North Dakota L 3-4 North Dakota W 3-0 New Hampshire@ W 7-5 Michigan Tech@ L 1-3 North Dakota W 5-4 North Dakota W 5-2 Denver L 3-6 Denver W 3-2 Minnesota L 1-2 OT Minnesota L 3-5 Ohio U. W 10-3 Ohio U. W 11-3 Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT Wisconsin L 5-6 Wisconsin W 4-2 Michigan W 6-5 OT Michigan W 5-2 Colorado College L 2-6 Denver W 8-4 Denver L 3-5 Colorado College L 3-6 Michigan State L 5-8 Michigan State L 3-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Minnesota+ L 2-3 3OT @Christmas City of the North Tourn. (Second Place) +WCHA Playoffs

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Denver L 1-2 OT Denver L 4-6 Brown U. W 9-4 Brown U. W 4-1 West Point (Army) W 10-2 1960-61 (13-3-0) MIAC-1st Michigan Tech L 3-5 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Michigan Tech L 2-10 Captain: Mike Haley North Dakota W 3-2 Fort William Hurricanes W 13-1 North Dakota L 2-4 US Nationals W 7-4 Minnesota L 4-9 Colorado College W 6-4 Minnesota W 7-4 Concordia College W 17-0 Michigan State W 6-5 2OT Macalester College W 3-2 Michigan State W 7-3 Manitoba W 9-2 Wisconsin W 6-1 Manitoba W 6-1 Michigan Tech L 4-6 St. Thomas W 3-0 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Port Arthur NStars L 2-4 Michigan L 5-6 Port Arthur NStars W 4-2 2-8 US Nationals L 3-6 1964-65 (14-12-1) Independent Michigan L Colorado College W 5-4 Gustavus Adolphus W 11-1 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Colorado College W 6-2 Hamline U. W 8-0 Captain: Owen Rogers Denver L 3-8 Michigan Tech JV W 7-3 North Dakota L 4-5 1-6 Augsburg College W 19-0 North Dakota L 5-6 OT Denver L W 7-3 Warroad Lakers L 2-12 Colorado College W 5-4 OT Colorado College Colorado College L 2-3 Colorado College W 5-3 Michigan Tech+ L 4-6 1961-62 (6-14-2) Independent Minnesota W 6-5 +WCHA Playoffs Head Coach: Ralph Romano Port Arthur North Stars T 6-6 Colgate@ W 10-3 Captain: Bill Lenardon 1967-68 (5-23-0) WCHA-8th Fort William Beavers W 3-2 McGill@ W 10-1 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Fort William Beavers W 3-2 RPI@ W 9-2 Captain: John McKay Toronto W 4-3 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Minnesota L 1-5 Toronto W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 3-4 Denver L 1-6 Michigan State L 2-5 Michigan Tech L 2-4 North Dakota L 1-4 Michigan State L 1-6 Michigan Tech L 4-5 L 3-4 Denver L 1-3 Michigan L 5-6 OT North Dakota Michigan State W 5-3 Denver L 2-11 Michigan L 2-4 Michigan State L 2-6 St. Thomas W 7-3 Port Arthur NStars W 6-3 Minnesota L 2-7 Fort Frances Canadiens L 1-6 Port Arthur NStars W 4-1 L 3-5 Warroad Lakers L 1-7 Michigan State L 4-5 OT Boston College Colorado College W 7-1 Warroad Lakers L 6-8 Michigan State W 7-1 L 2-3 Minnesota L 1-6 Colorado College W 3-2 OT Colorado College Wisconsin W 6-1 Minnesota L 4-6 Minnesota L 3-9 US Olympic Team L 2-4 Michigan Tech L 1-7 Minnesota L 2-5 Colorado College L 2-3 Michigan Tech L 3-4 North Dakota W 7-5 Colorado College W 5-3 Junior “A� All Stars T 2-2 North Dakota L 3-9 Denver L 1-5 Manitoba T 4-4 Minnesota W 4-2 Michigan Tech L 2-7 Manitoba W 6-4 Lakehead U. W 13-0 Michigan Tech L 0-5 Michigan Tech L 2-12 Lakehead U. W 11-1 Michigan Tech L 2-8 Michigan Tech L 2-5 @RPI Tournament (Champions) Michigan Tech L 1-4 Norway Nationals L 3-5 Michigan L 5-7 1965-66 (7-19-2) WCHA-8th Michigan L 3-6 1962-63 (7-15-2) Independent Head Coach: Ralph Romano Denver L 2-10 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Captain: Owen Rogers Denver L 1-6 Michigan Tech L 1-5 Captain: Bill Lenardon Minnesota L 0-4 Michigan Tech L 0-3 Michigan Tech L 2-3 5-6 Michigan Tech L 2-5 North Dakota L 4-5 OT Minnesota L North Dakota W 3-2 North Dakota L 1-4 North Dakota L 5-7 North Dakota L 3-6 North Dakota L 1-7 Port Arthur NStars W 7-3 Denver+ L 4-11 Minnesota L 2-7 Port Arthur NStars W 6-2 +WCHA Playoffs North Dakota W 4-1 Eastern Olympic L 4-8 North Dakota L 3-7 Providence College@ W 4-1 Minnesota L 2-7 Brown U.@ L 4-6 Minnesota T 4-4 OT Minnesota L 4-5 St. Thomas W 15-0 Manitoba W 3-1 Michigan State L 4-5 Manitoba^ L 5-7 Michigan State W 4-3 Denver L 1-6 Denver L 1-4 Denver L 2-4 Denver W 4-2 Michigan State L 5-6 OT Colorado College L 5-8 Michigan State L 2-5 Port Arthur NStars W 7-0 Denver L 1-8 Bill Port Arthur NStars T 4-4 Denver T 2-2 OT Selman Michigan Tech L 2-7 Michigan Tech L 2-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Michigan Tech L 1-6 Michigan State L 4-5 OT Minnesota L 3-5 1968-69 (6-23-0) WCHA-8th Michigan State L 1-4 North Dakota W 3-2 OT Head Coach: Bill Selman Minnesota L 1-7 North Dakota L 2-5 Captains: Bruce McLeod, Rick Manitoba W 4-2 Michigan W 7-6 Newell Manitoba W 2-1 Michigan L 3-8 Minnesota W 5-3 Colorado College T 4-4 OT Minnesota L 1-3 1963-64 (11-14-0) Independent Colorado College W 6-3 North Dakota L 1-4 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Michigan Tech+ L 3-9 North Dakota L 4-7 @Brown Tournament (Second Place) Laurentian U. Captain: Bill McGann L 3-5 Minnesota W 5-2 +WCHA Playoffs Laurentian U. W 6-1 Minnesota W 7-5 ^in Eveleth Minnesota Denver L 3-4 US Olympic Team L 4-7 Denver L 4-7 Michigan Tech L 2-3 1966-67 (12-16-0) WCHA-6th Cornell U.@ L 1-2 2OT Michigan Tech W 3-1 Head Coach: Ralph Romano Colgate U.@ W 7-5 North Dakota L 1-2 Captain: Keith Christiansen Boston U. L 4-10 North Dakota L 2-5 Minnesota W 8-1 Boston U. W 5-2 West Point (Army) W 7-3 North Dakota L 3-6 Michigan L 2-8 Michigan L 2-7 North Dakota L 2-6 Michigan L 5-10 Warroad Lakers W Warroad Lakers L Minneapolis Millers L

Terry Shercliffe 1970-71 (16-17-1) WCHA-6th Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe Captain: Glenn Resch U.S. National Team L 4-6 Minnesota W 6-3 Minnesota W 7-2 North Dakota W 5-4 North Dakota L 5-6 Providence College@ W 10-3 Calgary@ W 5-3 Michigan Tech@ W 6-1 Wisconsin L 1-2 Wisconsin W 6-4 Denver L 4-7 Denver W 4-3 Colorado College W 10-4 Colorado College W 6-4 Minnesota L 1-5 Minnesota L 1-3 U.S. National Team L 2-4 U.S. National Team# W 4-3 Michigan Tech L 1-5 Michigan Tech L 2-3

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Michigan W 8-5 Michigan L 3-4 Michigan State L 4-5 Michigan State W 8-4 Notre Dame T 5-5 OT Notre Dame W 6-3 Denver L 2-7 Denver L 1-6 North Dakota L 3-6 North Dakota W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Michigan Tech L 2-6 Michigan State+ W 4-3 OT Denver+ L 3-9 @Christmas City of the North Tourn. (First Place) +WCHA Playoffs (in Denver, Colo.) #In Bloomington, MN (Met Sports Center)

Minnesota W 7-5 Michigan W 7-5 Michigan W 9-8 OT Wisconsin L 2-6 Wisconsin L 2-9 Minnesota W 8-0 Minnesota W 5-3 Notre Dame L 2-8 Notre Dame L 1-4 Denver+ L 4-5 Denver+ L 2-4 @Christmas City of the North Tourn. (Second Place) #RPI Tournament (Champions) +WCHA Playoffs ^Later won by forfeit

1973-74 (21-16-1) WCHA-6th Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe 1971-72 (16-18-1) WCHA-4th(T) Captain: Gord McDonald Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe Minnesota W 4-3 Lake Superior State W 3-2 OT Captain: Walt Ledingham U.S. Olympic Team L 1-5 Lake Superior State W 4-3 Minnesota W 5-1 Michigan Tech L 1-10 Minnesota W 5-2 Michigan Tech L 1-4 North Dakota W 3-2 Colorado College L 2-7 North Dakota L 3-4 Colorado College L 2-7 Boston College@ L 3-4 Bemidji State@ W 10-2 Manitoba@ W 6-2 St. Scholastica@ W 7-3 Lake Superior State@ T 3-3 RPI@ W 9-1 Colorado College W 6-5 North Dakota L 3-4 Colorado College L 2-8 North Dakota L 3-4 Minnesota W 15-3 Minnesota T 3-3 OT Minnesota L 3-5 Minnesota L 5-6 Denver W 3-2 Denver W 7-2 Denver L 3-8 Denver W 6-3 Czech. Olympic Team L 2-5 Notre Dame L 1-5 Wisconsin L 5-6 OT Notre Dame L 2-10 Wisconsin W 4-3 Minnesota W 4-3 Michigan W 9-3 Minnesota W 5-2 Michigan W 7-3 Denver W 5-3 Michigan Tech L 5-6 Denver W 8-5 Michigan Tech L 3-7 Wisconsin L 3-6 Denver W 4-2 Wisconsin W 4-1 Denver L 1-4 Michigan W 9-5 Notre Dame W 5-2 Michigan W 5-3 Notre Dame W 6-4 Colorado College L 5-8 North Dakota W 7-5 Colorado College W 8-2 North Dakota L 2-3 Michigan State L 2-6 Michigan State L 1-6 Michigan State L 1-5 Michigan State L 1-5 Michigan Tech W 6-3 Michigan Tech W 5-2 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Michigan Tech L 5-7 North Dakota W 4-2 Colorado College W 8-5 North Dakota W 5-2 Colorado College L 4-10 Denver+ L 2-3 Michigan State+ L 2-4 Denver+ L 2-5 Michigan State+ L 2-4 St. Louis U.# W 6-3 @Christmas City of the North Vermont# W 7-4 @Christmas City of the North Tournament (Second Place-tie) Tournament (Champion) +WCHA Playoffs +WCHA Playoffs 1972-73 (19-17-0) WCHA-8th #National Invitational Hockey Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe Tournament (Champion) Captains: Mark Heaslip, Jerome Mrazek, Chuck Ness 1974-75 (10-24-4) WCHA-8th Michigan Tech L 4-6 Head Coach: Terry Shercliffe Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Captain: Gord McDonald Michigan State L 4-5 Minnesota W 4-3 Michigan State L 3-6 Minnesota~ L 2-3 OT North Dakota W 6-1 Michigan Tech L 4-7 North Dakota L 4-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Lake Superior State@ W 11-5 Colorado College L 2-6 Air Force@ W 7-2 Colorado College L 4-6 Boston U.@^ L 2-7 Wisconsin L 2-4 Colorado College W 5-2 Wisconsin L 5-7 Colorado College W 6-4 Denver T 3-3 OT North Dakota L 6-8 Denver L 3-4 North Dakota L 2-4 Minnesota L 4-5 Denver L 5-10 Minnesota L 2-3 OT Denver W 3-1 North Dakota W 6-1 Providence College# W 5-4 North Dakota W 3-2 Carleton U.# W 9-2 Michigan State L 3-4 RPI# W 3-2 Michigan State L 5-6 OT Colorado College W 6-5 Boston U.@ L 6-7 OT Colorado College W 6-1 Ohio State@ T 3-3 OT Michigan Tech W 4-2 Denver W 6-4 Michigan Tech W 7-6 OT Denver W 6-5 Denver L 1-6 Wisconsin L 4-6 Denver L 2-3 Wisconsin W 8-5 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 5-6

Minnesota L 6-7 OT Michigan State L 3-6 Michigan State W 8-5 Michigan L 2-9 Michigan W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 3-10 Michigan Tech W 7-4 Colorado College L 6-7 OT Colorado College L 3-4 OT Notre Dame L 5-7 Notre Dame T 4-4 OT North Dakota T 6-6 OT North Dakota W 7-5 Minnesota+ L 0-6 Minnesota+ L 2-4 @St. Louis Tournament +WCHA Playoffs ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (in Eveleth, MN)

Michigan Tech L 3-4 Michigan Tech T 4-4 OT Boston U. L 3-7 Boston U. W 6-4 Notre Dame L 5-7 Notre Dame L 2-6 Colorado College W 6-5 OT Colorado College L 3-13 North Dakota W 8-5 North Dakota W 7-3 Denver W 6-5 Denver L 1-3 Michigan State L 3-6 Michigan State L 3-8 Minnesota L 4-6 Minnesota L 3-7 Wisconsin L 4-7 Wisconsin L 4-6 Michigan L 4-9 Michigan L 3-9 Michigan Tech W 7-4 Michigan Tech L 1-2 OT ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (in Eveleth, MN)

1977-78 (14-22-1) WCHA-7th(T) Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Captain: Curt Giles Gus Notre Dame~ W 5-3 Hendrickson Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota L 2-3 North Dakota L 3-5 1975-76 (15-21-0) WCHA-7th(T) North Dakota W 5-4 OT Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Michigan Tech L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 5-6 Captain: Tom Milani U.S. Olympic Team W 4-3 OT Wisconsin L 3-4 Denver W 4-3 Wisconsin L 2-6 Denver W 9-4 Denver L 3-4 OT Minnesota L 4-5 OT Denver L 4-5 OT Minnesota L 2-4 Michigan State W 8-5 Wisconsin W 9-6 Michigan State W 10-6 Wisconsin W 4-2 Colorado College W 7-6 North Dakota L 4-5 Colorado College W 8-6 North Dakota W 4-2 Brown U. W 4-1 Colorado College L 3-4 OT Providence College L 5-9 Colorado College L 3-6 Michigan State L 2-3 OT Michigan Tech L 1-6 Michigan State W 7-5 Michigan Tech L 4-8 Wisconsin T 3-3 OT Michigan State W 5-2 Wisconsin L 3-5 Michigan State L 5-8 Denver L 0-4 Yale U. L 4-5 Denver L 2-8 Yale U. W 11-4 Minnesota L 2-4 Michigan L 6-8 Minnesota L 5-6 Michigan W 6-2 North Dakota W 5-4 Bowdoin U. W 8-7 North Dakota L 2-7 Wisconsin L 4-10 Michigan W 8-7 OT Wisconsin W 3-2 Michigan W 6-1 Notre Dame L 3-4 OT Notre Dame L 3-7 Notre Dame W 4-3 Notre Dame W 5-4 Minnesota L 3-5 Colorado College W 8-5 Minnesota L 3-6 Colorado College L 3-6 North Dakota L 2-6 Michigan Tech W 5-3 North Dakota W 5-2 Michigan Tech L 2-4 Colorado College L 4-6 Wisconsin+ L 2-9 Colorado College W 3-2 Wisconsin+ L 4-5 Denver W 4-2 +WCHA Playoffs Denver L 3-8 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Notre Dame L 5-7 (in Eveleth, MN) Notre Dame L 4-10 Michigan Tech L 5-6 OT 1978-79 (22-14-4) WCHA-3rd(T) Michigan Tech L 5-7 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Captain: Curt Giles 1976-77 (9-26-2) WCHA-10th Lake Superior State L 2-3 Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Lake Superior State W 10-4 Michigan L 4-6 Captain: Rick Heinz Minnesota~ L 5-9 Michigan W 5-2 Lake Superior State W 7-4 Notre Dame# L 5-6 Lake Superior State W 8-3 North Dakota W 5-4 OT Minnesota L 3-4 North Dakota W 4-2 Minnesota T 3-3 OT Denver L 6-8 Wisconsin L 4-5 Denver L 5-8 Wisconsin L 1-7 Minnesota L 4-5 OT North Dakota L 2-5 Minnesota W 5-4 North Dakota L 6-9 Wisconsin T 3-3 OT Colorado College W 6-5 Wisconsin L 3-6 Colorado College L 5-7 Colorado College L 4-6 Denver L 2-8 Colorado College W 8-3 Denver L 2-6 Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT Michigan L 3-7 Michigan Tech W 7-6 Michigan L 1-7 Harvard U. W 8-3


1979-80 (17-21-0) WCHA-6th Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Captain: Stan Palmer North Dakota# L 2-7 U.S. Olympic Team~ L 0-4 Michigan L 6-11 Michigan L 4-6 Notre Dame L 4-8 Notre Dame L 4-6 Wisconsin W 8-7 Wisconsin L 3-7 Minnesota L 4-5 Minnesota W 6-3 Denver W 5-4 OT Denver L 3-5 Colorado College L 6-7 Colorado College W 5-3 North Dakota W 5-4 OT North Dakota L 3-4 OT Michigan Tech L 4-7 Michigan Tech W 5-4 OT Ohio State L 1-6 Providence College@ L 3-4 Brown U.@ W 7-3 St. Lawrence U.@ W 5-2 Gorky (USSR)# L 4-6 Michigan State L 4-6 Michigan State W 8-7 OT North Dakota L 3-7 North Dakota L 1-5 Denver W 10-5 Denver L 5-7 Colorado College W 7-3 Colorado College L 2-7 Japanese Olym. Team# W 5-4 Notre Dame W 7-6 Notre Dame W 9-8 Wisconsin W 5-3 Wisconsin W 8-4 Minnesota L 5-7 Minnesota W 7-4 Michigan Tech W 7-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Colorado College+ L 3-4 Colorado College+ L 6-7 @Old Colony Invitational (Providence, RI-Second Place) +WCHA Playoffs #Exhibition Game ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (Exhibition -- in Eveleth, MN) 1980-81 (17-21-1) WCHA-8th Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Captain: Davey Johnson Lake Superior State# W 7-3 Ferris State T 5-5 OT Ferris State W 5-2 Michigan Tech L 2-4 Michigan Tech W 7-4 North Dakota L 4-5 OT North Dakota W 7-3 Minnesota W 8-0 Minnesota W 6-5

Providence College W 4-3 Providence College W 9-8 OT Colorado College L 5-8 Colorado College L 5-8 Wisconsin W 3-2 Wisconsin L 3-5 Michigan Tech L 3-7 Michigan Tech W 6-3 Princeton U. W 3-2 Princeton U. L 0-1 OT Harvard U. L 4-6 Clarkson U.@ L 0-6 Bowling Green State@ W 7-4 Michigan State L 0-4 Michigan State W 4-3 Colorado College W 6-5 OT Colorado College L 2-7 Wisconsin L 2-7 Wisconsin L 3-4 Notre Dame L 4-8 Notre Dame W 6-4 Denver L 6-9 Denver L 4-7 Michigan L 2-9 Michigan L 5-6 Minnesota L 2-5 Minnesota L 1-9 North Dakota W 7-3 North Dakota W 7-6 Minnesota+ L 1-5 Minnesota+ W 7-5 @Colonial Bank Invitational (Hartford, CT-Third Place) +WCHA Playoffs #Exhibition Game 1981-82 (16-21-3) WCHA-5th Head Coach: Gus Hendrickson Captain: Bill Oleksuk Michigan Tech L 2-8 Michigan Tech~ T 6-6 OT U.S. International W 8-3 Illinois-Chicago W 6-2 Illinois-Chicago W 9-4 Wisconsin L 1-6 Wisconsin L 1-6 North Dakota L 1-4 North Dakota W 5-4 Michigan Tech L 4-6 Michigan Tech L 5-6 OT New Hampshire W 8-3 New Hampshire W 3-2 Northern Michigan L 3-5 Northern Michigan W 7-5 Denver W 7-3 Denver L 5-7 North Dakota L 1-4 North Dakota L 1-7 Minnesota T 6-6 OT Minnesota W 4-2 Northeastern U.@ L 5-6 Air Force@ W 10-4 Lake Superior State@ T 3-3 Wisconsin L 3-8 Wisconsin L 3-4 OT Minnesota L 1-5 Minnesota W 6-3 Denver W 8-5 Denver L 6-8 Colorado College W 6-3 Colorado College W 8-2 Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota L 3-6 North Dakota L 3-4 OT North Dakota L 3-11 Colorado College L 3-7 Colorado College L 6-7 OT Wisconsin W 9-8 Wisconsin L 6-8 Denver+ L 2-5 Denver+ T 5-5 @Jeno’s Holiday Classic +WCHA Playoffs ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (Exhibiiton in Eveleth, MN)

Mike Sertich 1982-83 (28-16-1) WCHA-4th Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Jim Graven US International W 9-3 US International T 3-3 OT Michigan Tech W 5-2 Michigan Tech W 4-3 Colorado College W 4-2 Colorado College W 5-4 North Dakota W 3-2 North Dakota W 4-3 OT Minnesota L 2-4 Minnesota W 4-1 Denver W 6-5 OT Denver L 2-3 New Hampshire W 5-3 New Hampshire W 7-6 Vermont W 5-3 Vermont W 7-4 Wisconsin W 5-3 Wisconsin L 2-7 Michigan Tech W 6-2 Michigan Tech L 1-3 Denver L 5-8 Denver W 7-3 Northern Arizona@ W 7-3 Northern Michigan@ W 4-2 Harvard U.@ W 3-2 Wisconsin L 4-7 Wisconsin L 2-6 US Nationals# L 2-7 Minnesota W 9-3 Minnesota L 2-5 North Dakota W 3-0 North Dakota L 2-3 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 2-3 OT Wisconsin W 6-3 Wisconsin L 1-3 Colorado College W 9-3 Colorado College W 4-3 North Dakota W 5-2 North Dakota L 2-5 Denver+ W 7-2 Denver+ W 6-2 Minnesota+ L 2-8 Minnesota+ W 4-3 Providence College# L 3-7 Providence College# L 2-3 @Jeno’s Holiday Classic (Champions) #Exhibition Game +WCHA Playoffs #NCAA Playoffs (Quarterfinals) 1983-84 (29-12-2) WCHA-1st Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Tom Kurvers U.S. Olympic Team~ L 0-12 Colorado College W 7-0 Colorado College W 6-3 North Dakota L 4-6 North Dakota L 2-7 Minnesota L 4-5 OT Minnesota T 3-3 OT
 Boston U. L 2-3 OT Boston U. W 5-4 Denver W 7-5 Denver W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT Michigan Tech L 1-4 Wisconsin W 6-5 OT Wisconsin W 4-1 Northern Michigan W 4-1 Northern Michigan W 6-5 Denver L 6-7 OT Denver W 6-5

Lake Superior State@ L 3-4 Ferris State@ W 7-2 Boston College@ L 4-6 Minnesota W 7-2 Minnesota W 5-4 Wisconsin W 7-1 Wisconsin W 6-4 Colorado College W 6-3 Colorado College W 8-2 North Dakota W 4-1 North Dakota T 4-4 OT Colorado College W 6-0 Colorado College W 7-3 Minnesota L 2-4 Minnesota W 6-3 Wisconsin W 4-2 Wisconsin W 6-1 Wisconsin+ W 6-3 Wisconsin+ W 9-0 North Dakota+% W 8-1 North Dakota+% L 4-5 Clarkson# W 6-2 Clarkson# L 3-6 North Dakota#= W 2-1 OT Bowling Green State#= L 4-5 4OT @UMD Holiday Classic (Third Place) +WCHA Playoffs (Champions) #NCAA Playoffs (Quarterfinals) =NCAA Championships (in Lake Placid, NY-Second Place) ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (Exhibition-in Eveleth, MN) %in Minneapolis, MN (home game) 1984-85 (36-9-3) WCHA-1st Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captains: Jim Johnson, Tom Herzig Colorado College W 4-2 Colorado College L 3-5 Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Michigan Tech L 4-5 Alaska-Fairbanks W 6-3 Alaska-Fairbanks W 9-5 Boston U. T 6-6 OT Boston U. W 3-2 Northern Arizona W 11-1 Northern Arizona W 5-4 Wisconsin W 4-2 Wisconsin W 6-1 New Hampshire W 6-2 New Hampshire W 2-1 OT Maine W 6-2 Maine W 7-2 North Dakota W 4-3 North Dakota L 5-6 Northeastern U. W 7-6 OT Northeastern U. L 0-4 Providence College W 9-2 Providence College W 3-2 Lowell W 12-1 Lowell W 5-1 Boston College W 8-4 Boston College L 2-4 Minnesota T 6-6 OT Minnesota W 8-6 Northern Michigan L 4-5 Northern Michigan W 2-1 OT Denver W 7-2 Denver W 5-0 Wisconsin W 5-4 Wisconsin W 8-1 Michigan Tech W 7-5 Michigan Tech W 4-3 Northern Michigan W 7-6 OT Northern Michigan W 5-3 Michigan Tech+ W 3-2 Michigan Tech+ W 5-3 North Dakota+ T 4-4 North Dakota+ W 6-4 Minnesota+ L 4-6 Minnesota+ W 6-2 Harvard# W 4-2 Harvard# W 4-2 RPI= L 5-6 3OT Boston College= W 7-6 OT +WCHA Playoffs (Champions) #NCAA Playoffs (Quarterfinals) =NCAA Championships (in Detroit, MI-Third Place)

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Yale U. W 6-5 OT Denver W 6-1 Denver W 7-1 Minnesota T 6-6 OT Minnesota W 6-1 Colorado College W 7-4 Colorado College W 6-4 Wisconsin T 5-5 OT Wisconsin W 10-6 North Dakota L 4-6 North Dakota W 7-4 Notre Dame L 3-7 Notre Dame L 6-7 OT Michigan State L 5-6 Michigan State W 5-3 Michigan W 12-3 Michigan T 3-3 OT Michigan Tech W 5-3 Michigan Tech W 6-5 Denver+ W 5-2 Denver+ L 2-4 OT Minnesota+ L 1-2 Minnesota+ L 3-6 +WCHA Playoffs #Exhibition Game

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1985-86 (26-13-3) WCHA-4th Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Mark Odnokon U.S. International W 12-4 U.S. International W 8-7 North Dakota W 5-4 North Dakota W 4-1 Minnesota L 2-4 Minnesota W 5-2 Wisconsin L 3-5 Wisconsin L 3-4 Alaska-Anchorage W 8-6 Alaska-Anchorage W 6-1 New Hampshire W 5-3 New Hampshire W 4-3 OT Maine W 7-2 Maine W 6-3 Boston U. W 8-6 Boston U. T 2-2 OT Boston College W 10-1 Boston College L 3-4 Colorado College W 5-4 Colorado College L 1-2 Lowell W 5-3 Lowell W 5-3 Michigan Tech W 7-2 Michigan Tech W 5-4 North Dakota W 4-3 North Dakota L 7-8 OT Providence College W 6-3 Providence College W 6-0 Northeastern U. W 4-1 Northeastern U. W 5-2 Denver L 2-4 Denver W 4-3 Wisconsin L 3-7 Wisconsin W 5-3 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 3-6 Northern Michigan L 5-6 OT Northern Michigan L 1-6 Northern Michigan+ T 4-4 Northern Michigan+ W 8-4 Denver+ L 2-8 Denver+ T 5-5 +WCHA Playoffs

Boston College L 2-7 Denver W 5-3 Denver L 1-3 North Dakota L 4-5 OT L 1-2 1987-88 (18-21-2) WCHA-6th (T) North Dakota Colorado College L 1-6 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Colorado College W 4-3 OT Captain: Joe DeLisle Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT Denver L 1-7 Michigan Tech W 3-2 OT Denver L 3-7 Northern Michigan+ L 2-7 Northern Michigan L 4-8 3-6 Northern Michigan L 2-3 Northern Michigan+ L +WCHA Playoffs North Dakota W 6-4 #Exhibition Game North Dakota W 8-5 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (in Michigan Tech W 6-2 Eveleth, MN) Michigan Tech W 7-5 Providence College T 7-7 OT 1989-90 (20-19-1) WCHA-5th (T) Northeastern U. L 3-6 Head Coach: Mike Sertich New Hampshire W 7-1 Captains: Dale Jago, Sandy Smith Minnesota L 1-6 Denver W 4-3 Minnesota L 2-4 Denver W 5-2 Colorado College W 4-3 Minnesota W 9-6 Colorado College W 6-2 Minnesota W 4-2 Denver W 5-3 Colorado College W 9-1 Denver L 2-6 Colorado College W 4-3 Colorado College W 3-1 Alaska Anchorage W 5-2 Colorado College W 10-3 Alaska Anchorage W 7-1 Boston College@ L 2-4 North Dakota L 2-3 OT Harvard U.@ W 6-3 North Dakota L 4-6 Boston College W 5-1 W 4-2 Boston U. T 4-4 OT Michigan Tech Michigan Tech W 9-4 Team USA# L 4-8 Wisconsin W 9-4 Wisconsin L 4-10 Wisconsin L 0-3 Wisconsin W 3-2 St. Cloud State W 7-3 Lowell L 1-2 St. Cloud State W 6-3 Maine L 2-6 L 2-6 Minnesota L 5-6 OT Northern Michigan Northern Michigan L 1-4 Minnesota W 2-1 U. of Alberta W 4-2 Northern Michigan W 7-3 U. of Alberta L 5-8 Northern Michigan W 4-2 Boston College@ L 2-3 Michigan Tech L 4-8 Notre Dame@ W 9-1 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Wisconsin W 4-3 Wisconsin L 2-7 Wisconsin L 2-4 Wisconsin L 4-5 L 4-5 OT North Dakota L 3-4 OT Michigan Tech Michigan Tech L 4-8 North Dakota L 3-6 Minnesota L 1-4 Denver+ W 5-2 Minnesota L 2-5 Denver+ W 7-3 1986-87 (11-27-1) WCHA-7th (T) Minnesota^ L Colorado College L 3-4 0-6 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Colorado College W 4-3 North Dakota^ L 0-6 St. Cloud State T 1-1 OT Captain: Guy Gosselin +WCHA Playoffs Wisconsin~ L 3-5 W 6-3 ^WCHA Playoff Championship (in St. St. Cloud State North Dakota L 2-6 North Dakota L 3-5 Paul, MN-Fourth Place) North Dakota L 1-7 L 4-5 @Long Island Classic (in Uniondale, North Dakota Minnesota L 6-8 Denver L 2-5 NY-Third Place) Minnesota L 6-8 Denver L 3-5 #Exhibition Game Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT Northern Michigan W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech W 5-3 Northern Michigan W 7-3 1988-89 (15-23-2) WCHA-7th Colorado College L 5-6 OT North Dakota+ L 3-11 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Colorado College L 4-6 North Dakota+ L 1-2 Captain: Pat Janostin Denver L 1-5 North Dakota~# T 2-2 OT @Bank One Badger Hockey ShowDenver W 4-2 down (Milwaukee, WI-Third Place) Denver L 6-7 Wisconsin W 2-1 OT +WCHA Playoffs Denver L 4-6 Wisconsin L 2-5 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Northern Michigan W 4-2 Michigan Tech L 3-4 OT 1990-91 (14-19-7) WCHA-5th (T) Northern Michigan W 4-3 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Colorado College L 5-6 New Hampshire W 11-4 Captain: Scott Keller Colorado College W 3-1 Harvard U. L 1-4 Michigan Tech~ T 2-2 North Dakota L 1-4 Harvard U. L 2-4 Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 OT North Dakota W 4-2 Northern Michigan L 3-4 Alaska Anchorage L 5-6 OT Providence College W 6-3 Northern Michigan L 3-9 Michigan Tech W 6-4 Northeastern U. W 6-3 Providence College W 7-5 Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT Minnesota W 3-1 Northeastern U. W 5-2 Wisconsin W 4-3 Minnesota L 2-4 Lowell W 7-3 Wisconsin L 1-6 Wisconsin L 2-4 Maine L 1-2 L 0-5 Wisconsin T 1-1 OT St. Cloud State Wisconsin L 2-3 OT St. Cloud State T 4-4 OT Minnesota W 5-2 Wisconsin W 2-1 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 1-7 Boston College L 1-7 2-6 Northern Michigan L 2-3 OT Minnesota L Boston U. L 3-9 North Dakota W 6-4 Northern Michigan L 5-6 Denver L 4-6 North Dakota L 3-5 Moscow Dynamo# L 3-9 Denver L 2-5 Denver W 5-1 Alaska-Fairbanks W 5-1 Colorado College L 1-3 Denver T 3-3 OT Alaska-Fairbanks W 6-1 Colorado College W 4-2 Colorado College T 3-3 OT Northern Michigan W 5-3 North Dakota L 0-5 Colorado College W 5-1 Northern Michigan W 4-3 North Dakota L 3-9 Northern Michigan L 3-6 Lowell W 5-2 Minnesota L 3-6 Northern Michigan L 0-8 Maine L 1-4 Minnesota L 1-5 St. Cloud State L 3-6 St. Cloud State W 4-3 Michigan Tech L 1-3 St. Cloud State L 4-5 Wisconsin L 1-5 Michigan Tech L 2-6 4-3 Wisconsin L 1-2 OT Boston U. W North Dakota+ L 3-5 Boston U. L 5-6 Boston U. L 3-9 North Dakota+ L 1-8 Wisconsin L 0-7 New Hampshire L 0-3 +WCHA Playoffs ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (Exhibition-Eveleth, MN)

Wisconsin L 1-6 Northern Michigan T 2-2 OT Northern Michigan L 4-5 Colorado College W 5-3 Colorado College L 2-3 Michigan Tech W 7-2 Michigan Tech W 6-3 Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota T 3-3 OT Alaska Anchorage W 5-1 Alaska Anchorage T 3-3 OT North Dakota L 2-11 North Dakota L 3-4 OT Denver W 11-3 Denver W 7-3 Wisconsin+ L 1-5 Wisconsin+ L 2-5 +WCHA Playoffs ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (in Eveleth, MN) #Exhibition Game 1991-92 (15-20-2) WCHA-5th Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Doug Torrel Minnesota L 3-7 Minnesota W 7-4 Northern Michigan L 1-5 Northern Michigan W 5-2 Wisconsin L 2-4 Wisconsin W 3-2 Boston U. L 3-4 Boston U. L 3-6 North Dakota W 7-3 North Dakota W 4-2 Colorado College T 5-5 OT Colorado College L 2-5 Michigan Tech W 4-3 OT Michigan Tech L 2-6 St. Cloud State W 4-2 St. Cloud State L 3-4 OT Calgary# W 5-2 Denver L 2-6 Denver W 7-6 Minnesota L 0-3 Minnesota L 4-5 OT Denver W 5-4 Denver W 4-3 Northern Michigan W 4-3 Northern Michigan L 4-6 Wisconsin L 1-4 Wisconsin T 6-6 OT St. Cloud State L 4-5 St. Cloud State W 4-1 North Dakota L 7-10 North Dakota W 7-5 Colorado College L 1-3 Colorado College L 1-5 Michigan Tech W 7-3 Michigan Tech L 4-5 Colorado College+ L 6-7 3OT Colorado College+ W 4-3 OT Colorado College+ L 4-5 3OT #Exhibition Game +WCHA Playoffs 1992-93 (27-11-2) WCHA-1st Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Derek Plante North Dakota~# W 4-3 Denver L 2-4 Denver L 4-8 York U.# W 7-5 York U.# W 11-0 North Dakota W 5-2 North Dakota W 6-5 St. Cloud State L 3-7 St. Cloud State W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech W 6-4 Michigan Tech W 6-1 Wisconsin W 8-5 Wisconsin W 2-1 OT Michigan Tech W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech T 5-5 OT Colorado College L 4-5 OT Colorado College W 9-5 Northern Michigan W 7-2 Northern Michigan W 5-2 Czech Selects# W 3-2 Alaska Anchorage W 5-1


Minnesota W 5-3 Minnesota L 1-5 St. Cloud State L 2-3 St. Cloud State W 4-3 Providence College L 5-6 OT Providence College L 0-3 North Dakota L 0-8 North Dakota W 4-3 Wisconsin L 0-3 Wisconsin L 2-4 Michigan Tech L 4-5 Michigan Tech W 1-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 4-3 Nebraska-Omaha W 3-0 Alaska Anchorage L 1-2 Alaska Anchorage W 2-0 Clarkson U.@ W 5-2 Colgate U.@ W 6-2 HV-71(Sweden)# L 2-4 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Wisconsin L 3-5 St. Cloud State W 8-4 St. Cloud State W 4-1 Minnesota L 1-7 Minnesota L 5-6 Alaska Anchorage W 8-1 Colorado College L 3-4 North Dakota W 3-1 Colorado College W 5-2 North Dakota L 2-3 Michigan Tech W 6-2 Wisconsin L 2-4 Michigan Tech W 7-5 Wisconsin L 3-5 Alaska Anchorage W 3-1 Denver L 4-6 Alaska Anchorage T 0-0 OT Denver W 8-3 North Dakota L 3-6 Northern Michigan W 5-1 North Dakota W 7-0 Northern Michigan L 1-2 6-2 Michigan Tech+ L 4-5 OT Denver W Denver W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech+ L 3-4 @Sheraton/USAir Classic (Champions- in Minnesota+ W 7-3 Minnesota+ L 0-5 Burlington, VT) Minnesota+ W 5-4 OT +WCHA Playoffs St. Cloud State^ L 3-4 OT #Exhibition Game +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in Milwaukee, WI1996-97 (18-16-4) WCHA-6th Fifth Place) Head Coach: Mike Sertich @Syracuse Invitational (Champions) Captain: Brad Federenko #Exhibition Game Army L 4-6 Army W 3-0 1998-99 (7-27-4) WCHA-9th Alaska Anchorage W 3-1 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Alaska Anchorage W 3-1 Captain: Bert Gilling Minnesota W 7-4 Minnesota T 2-2 OT Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota L 1-3 St. Cloud State L 4-6 L 0-3 St. Cloud State T 1-1 OT North Dakota North Dakota L 1-4 Northern Michigan W 4-3 Wisconsin L 1-3 Northern Michigan W 8-1 Wisconsin L 1-3 Wisconsin L 3-5 Providence College L 2-7 Wisconsin W 4-0 Providence College W 5-4 North Dakota L 4-8 St. Cloud State L 3-4 North Dakota L 3-4 L 1-4 Michigan Tech W 3-2 OT St. Cloud State Alaska Anchorage L 1-3 Michigan Tech W 4-2 Alaska Anchorage T 1-1 OT Denver L 3-6 Michigan Tech W 5-2 Denver L 1-5 Michigan Tech W 6-2 Harvard W 3-1 Colgate U. L 4-5 Harvard W 4-2 Colgate U. L 1-2 Pori Aces (Finland)# W 7-6 Union College@ W 4-2 Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 L 1-4 Alaska Anchorage W 4-3 OT RPI@ Air Force= W 7-2 Colorado College L 4-5 UMass-Lowell= L 0-3 Colorado College W 4-2 Wisconsin L 3-4 Wisconsin L 3-6 Wisconsin L 2-5 Wisconsin L 1-4 W 4-3 Michigan Tech L 1-2 OT Denver L 2-4 Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT Denver St. Cloud State L 3-6 Denver W 7-4 St. Cloud State L 3-5 Denver W 3-2 North Dakota L 3-4 Minnesota W 8-4 North Dakota T 2-2 OT Minnesota L 1-7 Alaska Anchorage L 3-5 St. Cloud State W 5-3 T 0-0 OT St. Cloud State T 3-3 OT Alaska Anchorage Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Northern Michigan L 2-3 W 6-4 Northern Michigan T 5-5 OT Michigan Tech Minnesota L 1-4 Denver+ L 1-4 Minnesota L 7-10 Denver+ L 3-7 Colorado College L 3-4 +WCHA Playoffs Colorado College L 2-3 #Exhibition Game Colorado College+ L 1-3 Colorado College+ L 4-5 OT 1997-98 (21-17-2) WCHA-5th @Marine Midland Bank Holiday Head Coach: Mike Sertich Tournament (in Troy, NY-Second Place) Captain: Mike Peluso =Silverado Shootout (Second Place) MSU-Mankato L 1-2 +WCHA Playoffs MSU-Mankato W 7-6

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Alaska Anchorage W 6-3 Minnesota W 4-3 Minnesota L 5-6 OT Denver W 7-1 Denver L 1-2 OT Minnesota W 8-4 Minnesota W 7-4 North Dakota L 2-6 North Dakota W 5-1 Wisconsin L 2-6 Wisconsin W 5-2 Colorado College W 9-3 Colorado College W 8-4 St. Cloud State W 6-4 St. Cloud State W 4-0 Northern Michigan T 3-3 OT Northern Michigan L 3-5 Alaska Anchorage+ W 7-2 Alaska Anchorage+ W 4-0 Northern Michigan^ L 2-6 Wisconsin^ W 7-5 Brown U.* W 7-3 Lake Superior State* L 3-4 +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Playoff Championship (Third North Dakota L 5-6 Place -- in St. Paul, MN) North Dakota L 7-9 *NCAA West Regional (Second Place Michigan Tech T 1-1 OT -- in Detroit, MI) Michigan Tech L 3-5 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game (in Vermont L 1-2 OT Eveleth, MN) Vermont W 4-2 #Exhibition Game St. Cloud State L 2-5 St. Cloud State L 0-3 1993-94 (14-21-3) WCHA-7th Union College W 6-3 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Union College W 4-3 Captain: Chris Marinucci Brynas Tigers (Sweden)# L 2-6 St. Lawrence U. W 2-1 Colorado College L 3-6 St. Lawrence U. L 5-8 Colorado College W 6-5 Wisconsin W 5-4 Denver W 5-4 OT Wisconsin T 5-5 OT Denver T 4-4 OT Alaska-Anchorage W 2-1 Michigan Tech T 3-3 OT Alaska-Anchorage L 1-4 Michigan Tech W 7-4 Minnesota L 1-3 North Dakota W 6-4 Minnesota T 3-3 OT North Dakota W 6-3 North Dakota L 5-6 St. Cloud State W 3-2 OT North Dakota T 4-4 OT St. Cloud State L 2-3 Northern Michigan L 3-4 Minnesota L 0-3 Northern Michigan L 0-5 Minnesota L 1-4 Denver L 3-4 Wisconsin= L 3-6 Denver W 5-2 Alaska Anchorage W 5-4 St. Cloud State L 2-5 Alaska Anchorage W 7-4 St. Cloud State L 2-8 Northern Michigan W 6-3 Harvard W 3-0 Northern Michigan W 8-1 Harvard L 4-9 Minnesota+ L 4-5 OT St. Petersburg Red Army# L 2-6 Minnesota+ L 3-4 Michigan Tech W 5-3 +WCHA Playoffs Michigan Tech L 0-3 ~U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game Colorado College L 4-5 =in Milwaukee, WI Colorado College W 9-2 #Exhibition Game Wisconsin L 1-6 Wisconsin W 4-3 1995-96 (20-17-1) WCHA-4th (T) Alaska Anchorage L 6-7 OT Head Coach: Mike Sertich Alaska Anchorage W 3-1 Captain: Joe Ciccarello Minnesota L 2-3 OT Ferris State W 3-0 Minnesota W 5-1 Ferris State W 5-3 St. Cloud State L 5-9 St. Cloud State L 3-6 St. Cloud State W 9-2 St. Cloud State W 5-4 Denver L 5-7 Michigan Tech W 6-5 OT Denver W 5-4 Michigan Tech W 4-2 Northern Michigan W 9-3 North Dakota W 5-3 Northern Michigan L 4-6 North Dakota L 3-5 North Dakota L 3-5 Wisconsin W 3-2 North Dakota W 5-3 Wisconsin W 5-2 St. Cloud State+ L 0-3 Minnesota L 0-2 St. Cloud State+ L 5-8 Minnesota L 0-7 +WCHA Playoffs Northern Michigan W 5-2 #Exhibition Game Northern Michigan W 3-0 St. Cloud State W 7-1 1994-95 (16-18-4) WCHA-7th St. Cloud State W 5-4 Head Coach: Mike Sertich Alaska Anchorage W 6-4 Captain: Brett Larson Alaska Anchorage T 3-3 OT Wisconsin~# L 4-6 Michigan Tech L 2-4 Wisconsin L 5-6 Michigan Tech L 1-2 OT Minnesota L 4-5 Vermont@ W 5-2 Minnesota L 2-6 Dartmouth College@ W 3-2 Alaska Anchorage W 4-3 OT Swiss Selects# W 6-0 Alaska Anchorage W 2-0 Colorado College L 0-6 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Colorado College L 3-7 Wisconsin W 4-3 Minnesota L 3-5 Northern Michigan L 4-5 Minnesota L 1-5 Northern Michigan L 4-5 OT Alaska Anchorage W 7-2

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1999-2000 (15-22-0) WCHA-8th Head Coach: Mike Sertich Captain: Jeff Scissons Canadian National Team# L 3-6 Wisconsin W 3-1 Wisconsin L 1-6 Colorado College W 2-1 Colorado College L 3-5 St. Cloud State W 3-2 OT St. Cloud State W 4-3 Minnesota L 3-5 Minnesota L 0-4 Michigan Tech W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 0-3 North Dakota L 3-6 North Dakota L 4-5 Nebraska-Omaha W 5-4 Nebraska-Omaha L 2-3 OT Northeastern U.= L 2-3 OT Boston U.= W 8-5 Bemidji State W 5-2 Bemidji State W 4-1 Colorado College W 2-0 Colorado College L 1-5 Michigan Tech L 1-3 Michigan Tech W 5-4 St. Cloud State L 0-8 St. Cloud State L 1-4 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 1-4 Denver L 1-9 Denver W 4-3 North Dakota L 0-10 North Dakota L 1-4 Alaska Anchorage L 1-5 Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 MSU-Mankato L 2-4 MSU-Mankato W 5-3 St. Cloud State+ W 5-4 St. Cloud State+ L 0-3 St. Cloud State+ L 3-7 =Silverado Shootout (Third Place) +WCHA Playoffs #Exhibition Game

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Alaska Anchorage T 2-2 OT Alaska Anchorage L 3-5 Minnesota W 5-4 OT Minnesota L 0-4 Denver L 2-8 Denver L 1-3 North Dakota+ W 3-2 North Dakota+ L 2-6 North Dakota+ L 0-4 +WCHA Playoffs =Silverado Shootout (Third Place) ~Sheraton/Howard Bank Classic in Burlington, VT (Second Place) #Exhibition Game 2001-02 (13-24-3) WCHA-9th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Judd Medak U of Regina# W 9-4 Nebraska-Omaha~ W 5-2 Michigan~ W 3-2 MSU-Mankato L 5-6 MSU-Mankato L 3-4 RPI W 4-3 OT RPI W 6-5 Alaska-Anchorage T 2-2 OT Alaska-Anchorage L 4-5 OT Wisconsin L 1-5 WIsconsin L 1-4 Minnesota L 1-5 Minnesota L 3-5 Northern Michigan L 2-3 Northern Michigan L 4-5 Denver L 2-8 Denver L 1-3 Bemidji State W 5-1 Bemidji State W 7-2 Yale U.= W 3-2 Boston College= L 1-5 Colorado College L 1-4 Colorado College L 5-7 St. Cloud State W 3-2 St. Cloud State L 1-6 Michigan Tech L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 3-5 Alaska-Anchorage W 4-2 Alaska-Anchorage W 3-2 Minnesota W 5-2 Minnesota L 1-2 Denver L 1-4 Denver T 3-3 OT MSU-Mankato W 6-3 MSU-Mankato T 4-4 OT North Dakota W 3-2 North Dakota L 3-5 Wisconsin L 1-3 Wisconsin L 1-5 St. Cloud State+ L 4-5 OT St. Cloud State+ L 3-6 ~Maverick Stampede (in Omaha, NE Champions) =Silverado Shootout (Second Place) +WCHA Playoffs #Exhibition Game

2000-01 (7-28-4) WCHA-10th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Andy Reierson U of Regina# W 9-1 Minnesota L 1-3 Minnesota L 2-9 Northern Michigan L 1-7 Northern Michigan L 3-8 Colorado College L 1-5 2002-03 (22-15-5) WCHA-5th Colorado College L 1-4 Michigan Tech L 4-5 OT Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Jon Francisco Michigan Tech W 5-3 Notre Dame T 2-2 OT North Dakota L 3-5 Notre Dame L 3-5 North Dakota L 2-5 Lakehead University# W 4-1 New Hampshire~ L 3-4 Colorado College T 4-4 OT Vermont~ W 7-3 Colorado College L 3-4 Wisconsin L 4-5 W 3-2 Wisconsin L 3-4 OT Alaska Anchorage Alaska Anchorage T 2-2 OT Bemidji State W 7-2 Denver W 3-2 Bemidji State W 5-3 Denver L 2-4 Denver T 1-1 OT Wisconsin W 4-1 Denver L 1-2 Wisconsin L 1-2 OT Merrimack College= L 2-4 L 2-3 Colgate U.= T 2-2 OT St. Cloud State St. Cloud State W 4-2 St. Cloud State L 3-6 Alaska Anchorage T 3-3 OT St. Cloud State L 4-5 Alaska Anchorage W 5-1 Colorado College W 2-1 Bemidji State L 2-3 OT Colorado College L 4-6 Bemidji State W 12-0 MSU-Mankato L 2-5 Union College W 5-2 MSU-Mankato L 4-7 Union College W 4-1 North Dakota L 2-6 RPI L 2-5 North Dakota L 3-4 RPI W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 2-3 1-2 OT Michigan Tech T 1-1 OT Wisconsin L

Wisconsin W 6-2 St. Cloud State L 2-3 St. Cloud State W 3-1 MSU-Mankato L 3-5 MSU-Mankato L 1-4 Denver W 6-5 Denver W 3-1 Michigan Tech W 5-1 Michigan Tech W 5-3 Minnesota L 4-5 Minnesota W 5-4 OT North Dakota T 3-3 OT North Dakota W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 3-6 Michigan Tech W 6-3 St. Cloud State+ W 5-4 St. Cloud State+ L 2-3 OT St. Cloud State+ W 7-3 North Dakota^ W 2-1 Colorado College^ L 3-4 OT MSU-Mankato^ W 6-4 +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MNThird Place) #Exhibition Game 2003-04 (28-13-4) WCHA-2nd Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Beau Geisler North Dakota~ L 2-3 Boston College@ T 2-2 OT Michigan State@ L 4-5 Minnesota W 4-3 OT Minnesota W 4-2 Alaska Anchorage W 8-1 Alaska Anchorage W 5-1 St. Cloud State L 2-3 St. Cloud State L 3-5 Bemidji State L 1-3 Bemidji State W 3-2 Union College T 2-2 OT Union College W 7-4 MSU-Mankato W 8-5 MSU-Mankato W 5-4 OT Michigan Tech L 5-6 Michigan Tech W 4-0 North Dakota L 4-5 North Dakota L 3-6 HC Riga 2000 (Latvia)# W 5-2 Bowling Green W 6-1 Bowling Green W 5-4 Denver W 1-0 Denver W 6-3 Colorado College W 4-3 Colorado College W 4-1 Michigan Tech W 3-1 Michigan Tech W 8-3 MSU-Mankato W 8-1 MSU-Mankato T 2-2 OT Minnesota W 6-1 Minnesota W 4-1 Colorado College W 5-2 Colorado College W 5-3 North Dakota L 1-4 North Dakota L 1-2 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Wisconsin W 4-1 MSU-Mankato+ L 3-4 OT MSU-Mankato+ W 6-2 MSU-Mankato+ W 6-5 Minnesota^ L 4-7 Alaska Anchorage^ W 4-2 Michigan State= W 5-0 Minnesota= W 3-1 Denver< L 3-5 @Icebreaker Invitational (in East Lansing, MI-Fourth Place) +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MNThird Place) = NCAA Midwest Regionals (in Grand Rapids, MI-Champions) < NCAA Frozen Four (in Boston, MA-Third Place) ~ U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game #Exhibition Game

2004-05 (15-17-6) WCHA-6th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Evan Schwabe Notre Dame T 2-2 OT Notre Dame W 4-1 Michigan Tech W 5-4 Michigan Tech W 6-3 MSU-Mankato W 8-3 MSU-Mankato W 4-1 Vermont L 2-3 Vermont T 2-2 OT Alaska Anchorage L 2-5 Alaska Anchorage L 0-3 Brown W 6-2 Brown L 1-2 St. Cloud State L 2-4 St. Cloud State W 3-1 Wisconsin L 2-3 Wisconsin L 2-3 North Dakota L 1-5 North Dakota W 4-3 Denver* T 4-4 OT Denver* L 4-5 OT Alaska Anchorage T 1-1 OT Alaska Anchorage L 2-4 St. Cloud State L 2-5 St. Cloud State W 5-1 Colorado College T 3-3 OT Colorado College W 4-3 Minnesota L 3-4 Minnesota W 3-2 Michigan Tech L 2-3 OT Michigan Tech L 2-3 Denver L 4-5 Denver W 6-3 Bemidji State W 4-1 Bemidji State W 5-2 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Wisconsin W 4-3 North Dakota+ L 2-8 North Dakota+ L 1-6 +WCHA Playoffs 2005-06 (11-25-4) WCHA-9th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Steve Czech Bemidji State L 2-3 Bemidji State L 1-5 Vermont L 1-5 Vermont L 1-5 Michigan Tech W 6-3 Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT Minnesota T 2-2 OT Minnesota W 4-3 North Dakota L 3-5 North Dakota L 4-7 Alaska Anchorage W 4-3 OT Alaska Anchorage L 0-2 Yale W 9-1 Yale W 5-1 MSU-Mankato W 4-3 MSU-Mankato T 2-2 OT Colorado College L 2-7 Colorado College W 4-3 Denver L 2-4 Denver L 1-3 Maine@ W 4-1 Cornell@ T 1-1 OT U.S. Natâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Under-18 Team# W 6-3 Michigan Tech L 2-4 Michigan Tech L 1-3 St. Cloud State L 2-4 St. Cloud State L 3-6 MSU-Mankato L 4-5 MSU-Mankato L 1-7 Wisconsin L 2-7 Wisconsin W 4-1 North Dakota L 0-4 North Dakota L 1-5 Colorado College L 0-5 Colorado College L 2-5 Minnesota L 0-7 Minnesota L 0-2 Denver+ W 3-2 OT Denver+ L 2-3 Denver+ W 5-2 St. Cloud State^ L 1-5 @Florida College Hockey Classic (in Estero, FL-Second Place) +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MNFifth Place) #Exhibition Game


2007-08 (13-17-6) WCHA-8th Western Michigan W 5-2 Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Western Michigan W 6-5 OT Captain: Matt McKnight Alaska Anchorage L 3-4 Lake Superior State@ T 2-2 OT Alaska Anchorage T 1-1 OT Northern Michigan@ W 4-0 St. Cloud State~ W 5-1 St. Cloud State W 2-1 Denver L 1-5 St. Cloud State W 4-2 Denver L 1-2 Denver L 1-5 Wisconsin T 3-3 OT Denver W 3-0 Wisconsin L 1-4 Colorado College L 3-5 North Dakota T 2-2 OT Colorado College L 0-3 North Dakota W 3-1 Michigan Tech T 1-1 OT St. Cloud State W 5-1 Michigan Tech W 4-1 Colorado College T 1-1 OT North Dakota L 3-8 Colorado College W 7-4 North Dakota W 4-2 Michigan Tech W 3-1 MSU-Mankato T 2-2 OT Michigan Tech T 1-1 OT MSU-Mankato L 1-2 UMass-Lowell$ W 2-1 Alaska Anchorage T 3-3 OT Notre Dame$ L 1-3 Alaska Anchorage L 3-5 St. Cloud State L 1-3 U.S. National U-18 Team# L 1-2 St. Cloud State L 3-6 Bemidji State W 5-3 Bemidji State W 3-2 Bemidji State L 0-2 Bemidji State W 4-2 MSU-Mankato W 4-3 OT MSU-Mankato W 4-0 MSU-Mankato T 2-2 OT MSU-Mankato W 7-4 Minnesota T 1-1 OT Wisconsin L 1-3 Minnesota L 1-2 Wisconsin W 1-0 UMass-Lowell W 1-0 Denver L 3-4 UMass-Lowell W 4-1 Denver W 4-2 Wisconsin L 1-3 Michigan Tech W 4-1 Wisconsin W 2-1 OT Michigan Tech T 2-2 OT Michigan Tech L 2-5 Minnesota T 2-2 OT Michigan Tech W 3-2 Minnesota L 3-5 Colorado College L 0-3 Alaska Anchorage L 4-5 Colorado College L 0-4 Alaska Anchorage L 3-4 North Dakota L 0-2 Colorado College+ W 4-1 North Dakota L 1-2 OT Colorado College+ W 3-1 Minnesota L 1-4 Minnesota^ W 2-1 Minnesota W 3-2 North Dakota^ W 3-0 Denver+ L 3-6 Denver^ W 4-0 Denver+ L 0-1 Princeton= W 5-4 OT +WCHA Playoffs Miami= L 1-2 @Superior Cup (Champions) =NCAA West Regional (In Minneapo#Exhibition Game lis, MN-Second Place) +WCHA Playoffs 2008-09 (22-13-8) WCHA-7th ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MNHead Coach: Scott Sandelin Champions) Captains: Andrew Carroll, Matt Greer, @Superior Cup (Champions) Josh Meyers $Shillelagh Tournament (in Hoffman Lakehead University# W 6-0 Estates, IL-Second Place) Lake Superior State@ T 2-2 OT #Exhibition Game Northern Michigan@ W 5-0 ~at the Xcel Energy Center (St. Paul)

2010-11 (26-10-6) WCHA-4th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Mike Montgomery Lake Superior State@ T 6-6 OT Northern Michigan@ W 3-2 Providence College W 5-3 Providence College W 7-1 Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 OT Alaska Anchorage W 6-0 Bemidji State W 3-2 OT Bemidji State T 1-1 OT North Dakota L 2-4 North Dakota W 3-2 OT Michigan Tech W 5-3 Michigan Tech W 4-2 Wisconsin W 6-5 OT Wisconsin W 3-2 OT Denver L 4-5 OT Denver W 2-1 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota T 2-2 OT North Dakota~ L 0-5 Clarkson W 4-1 Clarkson W 4-2 U.S. Natâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Under-18 Team# W 4-1 Wisconsin W 2-0 Wisconsin L 2-3 Michigan Tech W 5-0 Michigan Tech W 3-0 Minnesota T 2-2 OT Minnesota W 6-4 St. Cloud State L 2-8 St. Cloud State T 3-3 OT MSU-Mankato L 1-3 MSU-Mankato W 6-2 Colorado College L 4-5 Colorado College T 3-3 OT Nebraska-Omaha W 4-1

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2006-07 (13-21-5) WCHA-9th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captains: Andrew Carroll, Matt McKnight Lakehead U.# W 8-1 UMass-Lowell T 3-3 OT UMass-Lowell W 7-3 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Wisconsin L 2-5 Denver W 2-1 OT Denver L 2-4 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota L 2-3 OT Michigan Tech T 0-0 OT Michigan Tech L 1-4 Northern Michigan W 6-4 St. Cloud State L 0-4 St. Cloud State L 2-4 Alaska Anchorage L 1-2 Alaska Anchorage W 7-4 Bemidji State L 2-5 Bemidji State L 5-6 OT MSU-Mankato L 1-3 MSU-Mankato L 3-6â&#x20AC;Š Ohio State@ L 1-4 Bowling Green@ W 4-3 Michigan Tech W 2-1 OT Michigan Tech W 5-3 Colorado College W 4-3 Colorado College L 2-4 St.Cloud State L 0-5 St. Cloud State L 5-6 Northern Michigan W 4-2 Denver L 2-5 Denver W 6-4 North Dakota T 2-2 OT North Dakota L 0-1 Alaska Anchorage W 3-2 Alaska Anchorage W 5-0 Wisconsin L 1-3 Wisconsin T 0-0 OT St. Cloud State+ W 3-1 St. Cloud State+ L 2-3 OT St. Cloud State+ L 2-3 3OT @Ohio Classic (in Columbus, OHThird Place) +WCHA Playoffs #Exhibition Game

2009-10 (22-17-1) WCHA-4th (T) Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Drew Akins British Columbia# W 4-0 Lake Superior State@ W 4-3 Northern Michigan@ L 1-3 MSU-Mankato W 5-2 MSU-Mankato W 3-2 St. Cloud State T 3-3 OT St. Cloud State L 2-4 Clarkson W 4-1 Clarkson W 4-2 Colorado College W 4-3 Colorado College L 2-6 Michigan Tech L 2-3 Michigan Tech W 8-1 Minnesota W 4-3 OT Minnesota W 3-2 North Dakota L 2-4 North Dakota W 3-2 OT Denver L 2-3 Denver W 6-3 Mercyhurst~ W 6-0 Vermont~ L 2-5 Colorado College W 5-2 Colorado College W 4-1 MSU-Mankato W 2-1 MSU-Mankato W 4-3 OT Bemidji State L 1-4 Bemidji State L 4-5 OT Wisconsin L 2-5 Wisconsin W 4-0 Michigan Tech L 1-3 Michigan Tech W 3-2 North Dakota L 2-5 North Dakota L 1-5 Minnesota L 2-3 Minnesota W 3-0 Alaska Anchorage L 2-3 Alaska Anchorage W 6-3 Colorado College+ W 3-2 OT Colorado College+ L 3-5 Colorado College+ W 4-0 North Dakota^ L 0-2 +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MN) @Superior Cup (Co-Champions) ~Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup (In Burlington, VT-Second Place) #Exhibition Game

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Nebraska-Omaha L 2-5 St. Cloud State+ W 4-2 St. Cloud State+ W 3-2 3OT Bemidji State^ L 2-3 OT Union College= W 2-0 Yale= W 5-3 Notre Dame< W 4-3 Michigan< W 3-2 OT #Exhibition Game ~US Hockey Hall of Fame Game +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MN) @Superior Cup = NCAA East Regionals (in Bridgeport, CT-Champions) <NCAA Frozen Four (Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul-Champions) 2011-12 (25-10-6) WCHA-2nd Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Jack Connolly Lakehead U.# W 5-1 Notre Dame W 4-3 Notre Dame L 3-5 Minnesota L 4-5 OT Minnesota L 4-5 Providence College W 5-2 Providence College T 2-2 OT Bemidji State W 6-2 Bemidji State W 1-0 Denver T 3-3 OT Denver W 4-0 Alaska Anchorage W 5-0 Alaska Anchorage W 3-1 MSU-Mankato W 5-2 MSU-Mankato W 7-3 Michigan Tech W 5-3 Michigan Tech W 5-3 Wisconsin T 3-3 OT Wisconsin W 4-2 Western Michigan W 4-1 Western Michigan W 5-2 Nebraska-Omaha W 6-2 Nebraska-Omaha L 1-3 Alabama-Huntsville W 2-1 Alabama-Huntsville W 4-3 Michigan Tech T 4-4 Michigan Tech L 0-5 Alaska Anchorage W 4-1 Alaska Anchorage L 2-3 North Dakota L 1-3 North Dakota W 5-4 MSU-Mankato W 4-2 MSU-Mankato T 4-4 Colorado College W 4-3 OT Colorado College W 5-2 St. Cloud State L 1-2 St. Cloud State T 3-3 OT MSU-Mankato+ W 4-2 MSU-Mankato+ W 3-2 2OT Denver^ L 3-4 2OT Maine= W 5-2 Boston College= L 0-4 #Exhibition Game +WCHA Playoffs ^WCHA Final Five (in St. Paul, MNFifth Place) = NCAA Northeast Regionals (in Worcester, MA-Second Place) 2012-13 (14-19-5) WCHA-8th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Cody Danberg Ohio State W 6-2 Ohio State L 2-3 Notre Dame W 3-1 Notre Dame L 1-4 Wisconsin L 0-2 Wisconsin T 2-2 OT Nebraska-Omaha L 2-3 Nebraska-Omaha L 3-6 North Dakota T 4-4 OT North Dakota L 3-4 OT St. Cloud State W 2-1 St. Cloud State L 1-5 Michigan Tech W 7-3 Michigan Tech T 4-4 OT Bemidji State W 4-2 Bemidji State L 1-2 Alaska Anchorage W 5-1

Alaska Anchorage W 2-1 Maine@ L 0-1 Ferris State@ L 2-6 Michigan Tech W 1-0 Michigan Tech W 5-4 Colorado College W 3-2 Colorado College L 1-5 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team# W 3-1 Denver L 0-3 Denver L 3-4 MSU-Mankato L 2-4 MSU-Mankato L 1-5 Bemidji State L 2-4 Bemidji State T 1-1 OT Minnesota L 3-5 Minnesota T 2-2 OT Alabama-Huntsville W 4-2 Alabama-Huntsville W 4-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 5-4 Nebraska-Omaha W 6-0 Wisconsin+ L 1-3 Wisconsin+ L 1-4 #Exhibition Game @ Florida College Hockey Classic (Estero, Fla.-Fourth Place) +WCHA Playoffs 2013-14 (16-16-4) NCHC-4th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captains: Joe Basaraba & Adam Krause Lakehead U.# W 7-2 Michigan Tech W 2-1 Michigan Tech T 1-1 OT Colorado College L 1-3 Colorado College W 5-1 Notre Dame L 2-3 Notre Dame W 4-1 Ohio State W 3-1 Ohio State L 2-4 North Dakota L 2-4 North Dakota W 6-3 Minnesota L 1-6 Minnesota W 6-2 St. Cloud State L 2-4 St. Cloud State L 1-5 Western Michigan L 3-5 Western Michigan W 4-3 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team# W 7-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 3-2 Nebraska-Omaha W 3-1 Denver L 2-3 OT Denver T 2-2 OT MSU-Mankato@ W 5-4 OT Minnesota@ T 4-4 OT Western Michigan W 5-2 Western Michigan W 3-1 Colorado College T 2-2 Colorado College W 2-1 St. Cloud State L 3-5 St. Cloud State L 3-4 North Dakota L 0-3 North Dakota L 2-6 Miami (OH) W 5-4 Miami (OH) W 1-0 Nebraska-Omaha W 8-2 Nebraska-Omaha L 1-4 Western Michigan+ L 2-3 Western Michigan+ L 3-4 #Exhibition Game @North Star College Cup (St. Paul, MN-Second Place) +NCHC Playoffs 2014-2015 (21-16-3) NCHC-5th Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Captain: Adam Krause Lakehead U.# W 4-2 Minnesota L 3-4 Notre Dame W 3-0 MSU-Mankato L 4-5 OT MSU-Mankato W 6-2 Denver L 1-3 Denver W 6-1 Miami (OH) L 2-3 Miami (OH) W 4-3 St. Cloud State W 3-2 St. Cloud State W 3-1 Minnesota W 3-0 Minnesota W 2-1

2016-17 (28-7-7) NCHC-2nd Nebraska-Omaha W 3-2 Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Nebraska-Omaha L 1-4 Colorado College W 3-2 OT Captain: Dominic Toninato Michigan Tech W 6-0 Colorado College W 7-2 Michigan Tech W 4-3 Michigan Tech W 3-1 UMass-Lowell T 4-4 OT Michigan Tech L 3-4 UMass-Lowell T 1-1 OT Lakehead U.# W 3-2 W 4-3 Lakehead U.# W 8-4 Notre Dame Notre Dame L 1-3 North Dakota W 4-1 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team# L 1-2 North Dakota L 2-5 W 5-2 Western Michigan T 2-2 OT North Dakota North Dakota W 3-0 Western Michigan L 2-4 St. Cloud State W 5-3 Bemidji State@ L 0-4 St. Cloud State W 5-3 Minnesota@ W 2-1 Western Michigan L 1-4 Denver L 2-3 Western Michigan W 3-0 Denver W 4-2 Nebraska-Omaha W 2-4 Northern Michigan W 3-1 Nebraska-Omaha W 6-2 Northern Michigan W 6-3 Denver L 3-4 St. Cloud State W 4-2 Denver W 3-1 St. Cloud State L 1-4 Bemidji State T 1-1 OT Miami W 3-1 W 2-1 Miami L 3-4 OT Bemidji State T 2-2 OT Nebraska-Omaha T 1-1 OT Colorado College L 1-2 Nebraska-Omaha T 1-1 OT Colorado College St. Cloud State L 1-2 Western Michigan W 6-3 St. Cloud State W 4-3 Western Michigan L 0-3 North Dakota W 5-3 Denver+ L 3-4 North Dakota W 4-0 Denver+ L 0-4 Minnesota@ W 3-2 Minnesota^ W 4-1 St. Cloud State@ W 2-1 OT Boston U.^ L 2-3 Nebraska-Omaha T 2-2 OT #Exhibition Game Nebraska-Omaha W 5-0 @North Star College Cup Colorado College W 2-1 (St. Paul, MN-Second Place) Colorado College T 2-2 OT + NCHC Playoffs Miami (OH) W 4-3 ^NCAA Northeast Regional Miami (OH) T 3-3 OT (Manchester, NH-Second Place) Western Michigan L 4-7 Western Michigan W 6-3 2015-16 (19-16-5) NCHC-4th Miami (OH)+ W 5-4 OT Head Coach: Scott Sandelin Miami (OH)+ W 5-3 Captain: Andy Welinski Western Michigan~ W 5-2 Lakehead U.# W 6-1 North Dakota~ W 4-3 Bemidji State L 2-3 Ohio State^ W 3-2 OT Minnesota W 3-1 Boston U.^ W 3-2 OT Minnesota W 3-0 2-1 Notre Dame T 3-3 OT Harvard% W 2-3 Notre Dame T 3-3 OT Denver% L #Exhibition Game UMass-Lowell W 2-1 + NCHC Playoffs UMass-Lowell L 3-6 @North Star College Cup Nebraska-Omaha L 2-4 (St. Paul, MN-Champion) Nebraska-Omaha L 2-4 ~NCHC Frozen Faceoff Denver L 0-3 Denver T 1-1 OT (Minneapolis, MN - Champion) ^NCAA West Regional Colorado College W 5-0 (Fargo, ND-Champion) Colorado College W 6-0 %NCAA Frozen Four Western Michigan W 7-0 (Chicago, IL - Second Place) Western Michigan W 6-2 North Dakota L 0-3 North Dakota L 0-3 U.S. Nat’l Under-18 Team# W 4-3 OT Miami (OH) T 1-1 OT Miami (OH) W 5-2 St. Cloud State L 1-3 St. Cloud State T 1-1 OT Denver L 2-3 Denver L 1-2 Northern Michigan L 3-4 Northern Michigan W 3-1 Colorado College W 5-3 Colorado College W 3-2 Bemidji State L 1-2 North Dakota L 1-2 OT North Dakota L 1-2 St. Cloud State W 4-1 St. Cloud State W 2-1 Miami (OH) W 5-0 Miami (OH) W 3-1 Miami (OH)+ W 5-4 Miami (OH)+ W 3-1 North Dakota~ W 4-2 St. Cloud State~ L 1-3 Providence College^ W 2-1 2OT Boston College^ L 2-3 #Exhibition Game + NCHC Playoffs ~NCHC Frozen Faceoff (Minneapolis, MN - second place) ^NCAA Northeast Regional (Worcester, MA - Second Place)


The University of Minnesota-Duluth Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1991 and now consists of 124 members, including 38 individuals with direct ties to the Bulldog hockey program. The following is a listing of those 38 inductees along with the years they were enshrined: 1991 Keith “Huffer” Christiansen (Player; 1963-67) Curt Giles (Player; 1975-79) Tom Kurvers (Player; 1980-84) Glenn “Chico” Resch (Player; 1968-71)

1995 Bob Hill (Player; 1962-66) Dave “Moose” Langevin (Player; 1972-76) Walt Ledingham (Player; 1969-72) 1997 Pat Boutette (Player; 1970-73) Brett Hull (Player; 1984-86) Norm Maciver (Player; 1982-86) Marsh Nelson (Long-time radio voice of Bulldog hockey) Mark Pavelich (Player; 1976-79) Bill Watson (Player; 1982-85)

Curt Giles

Glenn “Chico” Resch

Brett Hull

Norm Maciver

Shjon Podein

Brett Hauer

Bob Mason

Jim Johnson

2001 Ron Busniuk (Player; 1967-70) John “Bah” Harrington (Player; 1975-79) Murray Keogan (Player 1969-71) John “Connie” Pleban (Head Coach; 1955-59) 2004 Dan Lempe (Player; 1976-80) Jerry Wherley (Player, 1959-63 - and Football) 2005 Mike Sertich (Head Coach, Assistant Coach and Player; 196669, 1975-2000) Bob Mason (Player; 1981-83)

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1993 Harvey Flaman (Player; 1955-58) Ralph Romano (Athletic Director, Head Coach and Player; 1954-83) Elmer Schwartz (Player; 1955-58)

2007 Shjon Podein (Player; 1987-90) 2008 Chris Marinucci (Player; 1990-94) 2009 Ron Johnson (Player; 1959-63 - and Golf) Derek Plante (Player; 1989-93 - and Baseball) 2010 Bill Halbrehder (Player; 1961-65) Tom Milani (Player; 1972-76) 2012 Dick Fisher (Player; 1961-65 - and Football and Track) Jim Johnson (Player; 1981-85) 2013 Guy “Goose” Gosselin (Player; 1982-87) 2014 Matt Christensen (Player; 1982-86) Brett Hauer (Player; 1989-93) 2015 Mike Peluso (Player; 1994-98) 2016 Junior Lessard (Player; 2000-04) 2017 Dale “Hoagie” Haagenson (Hockey Volunteer; 1981-present)

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Credentials: Media personnel wishing to cover Bulldog home hockey games during the 2017-18 season should contact the University of Minnesota Duluth Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Bob Nygaard at (218) 726-8191 at least 24 hours in advance to obtain credentials. Television broadcasters, regular team radio personnel and beat newspaper reporters will be given top seating priorities in the AMSOIL Arena press box. Game Night Services: Programs, pre-game notes, line charts, period shot charts, and complete game scoring summaries will be provided along with complimentary food and beverages to all members of the working media. Interviews: Scott Sandelin will hold a weekly press conference on Wednesday afternoons throughout the entire season at AMSOIL Arena. Players are available after or before practice on Tuesday and Wednesdays. Player interviews outside of practice/games should be made by contacting Bob Nygaard.

When it comes to media coverage, UMD has few rivals in the college hockey community. My 9 in Duluth will again be the Bulldogsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; television home in 2017-18 and is scheduled to carry 23 regular season games with veteran sports anchor Zach Schneider and former UMD standout forward Judd Medak providing the on-air talent. Bruce Ciskie and Bulldog hockey alumnus Kraig Karakas will be mikeside on the radio for UMDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entire 2017-18 schedule on KDAL (610 AM and 103.9 FM at at kdal610.com). This his marks the 50th year KDAL has been the radio home for Bulldog hockey. Every UMD home game will be also be videostreammed live at: nchc.tv/umd.

2017-18 UMD HOCKEY TELEVISION BROADCAST SCHEDULE DATE Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 27 Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 11 Nov. 25 Dec. 1 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 9 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 March 2 March 3

OPPONENT Minnesota Michigan Tech Bemidji State Merrimack Merrimack at Maine at Maine at St. Cloud State at St. Cloud State Western Michigan Western Michigan Minnesota State Denver Denver Nebraska-Omaha Nebraska-Omaha North Dakota North Dakota at Minnesota State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State at Denver Miami Miami at Western Michigan at Western Michigan Omaha Omaha

TIME (CT) 7:37 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:37 p.m. 4:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 8:08 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:07 p.m. 7:07 p.m.

Station My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 FSN+ FSN+ My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 CBS Sports Network My 9 Charter TV My 9/FSN My 9 CBS Sports Network My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My 9 My9/FSN

Note: Schedule is subject to change

Newspapers Matt Wellens Duluth News-Tribune 424 W. First Street Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 723-5303 mwellens@duluthnews.com

Television Zach Schneider KBJR-TV (NBC) 246 S. Lake Ave. Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 720-9625 zschneider@northlandsnewscenter.com

Radio Bruce Ciskie KDAL-Radio 11 East Superior St. Suite 380 Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 722-4321 bciskie@mwcradio.com

Ken Olson Superior Evening Telegram 1226 Ogden Ave. Superior, WI (715) 394-4421 kolson@superiortelegram.com

Dylan Micheals KQDS-TV (Fox) 2001 London Road Duluth, MN 55812 (218) 728-8930 dmichaels@kqdsfox21.tv

Sports Director Town Square Media 14 E. Central Entrance Duluth, MN 55811 (218) 727-4500 ericlarson@townsquaremedia.com

Austin Rush UMD Statesman U. of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, MN 55812 (218) 726-7113 rushx28@d.umn.edu

Dan Williamson WDIO-TV (ABC) 10 Observation Rd. Duluth, MN 55811 (218) 727-6865 dwilliamson@wdio.com

Tom Hansen KDAL-Radio 11 East Superior St. Suite 380 Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 722-4321 tom.hansen@mwcradio.com

Barrett Anderson KDLH-TV (CBS) 246 S. Lake Ave. Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 733-0303 banderson@kbjr.com

Sports Director - KUMD Radio 130 Humanties University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, MN 55812 (218) 726-7181 isalmela@d.umn.edu


and now there are five When three-time All-American center Jack Connolly was bestowed with the 2011-12 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, he became the fifth Bulldog to be so honored. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a number unmatched by any other program in the country. UMDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s five Hobey Baker Memorial Award winners now include (left to right): Chris Marinucci (1993-94), Junior Lessard (2003-04), Jack Connolly (2011-12), Bill Watson (1984-85) and Tom Kurvers (1983-84).

2017-18 UMD Men's Hockey Media Guide  

2017-18 University of Minnesota Duluth Men's Hockey Media Guide

2017-18 UMD Men's Hockey Media Guide  

2017-18 University of Minnesota Duluth Men's Hockey Media Guide

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