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2010-11 UNH Men’s Hockey Guide

Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s

UNH Hockey Quick Facts/Directions..................................... 2 Media Information/TV and Radio...................................... 3-5 University of New Hampshire Profile................................ 6-7 President Mark W. Huddleston................................................ 8 Athletic Director Marty Scarano............................................. 9 Support Staff Profiles................................................................10 Physicians/Sports Medicine............................................ 11-12 Wildcat Strength........................................................................13 Jerry Azumah Performance Center.....................................14 Friends of UNH Hockey............................................................15 Whittemore Center/Ticket Information...................... 16-19 ’Cats in the Community...........................................................20

The Coaches

Head Coach Dick Umile.................................................... 22-23 Associate Head Coach David Lassonde.............................24 Associate Head Coach Scott Borek......................................25 Wildcat Hockey Staff.................................................................26 All-Time Assistant Coaches....................................................26

2010-11 Preview Season Outlook................................................................... 28-29 Numerical Roster.......................................................................30 Pronunciation Guide................................................................30 Roster Breakdown (By State and Class)..............................30

The Wildcats are presented the 2009-10 Hockey East Regular Season trophy after scoring three unanswered goals against Boston College on March 5, 2010. UNH has won three of the last four HE regular season titles and led the league for an eye-popping 16-straight weeks to end 2009-10. (L-R) Bobby Butler, Dick Umile, Dick DeCaprio, Peter LeBlanc.

Meet the 2010-11 Wildcats #19 Captain Mike Sislo.............................................................31 #24 Alternate Captain Matt Campanale............................32 #25 Mike Beck.............................................................................33 #39 Phil DeSimone....................................................................34 #7 Greg Manz..............................................................................35 #17 Paul Thompson..................................................................36 #14 Mike Borisenok...................................................................37 #30 Matt DiGirolamo................................................................38 #20 Blake Kessel.........................................................................39 #4 Damon Kipp...........................................................................40 #23 Kevin McCarey....................................................................41 #22 Steve Moses.........................................................................42 #1 Tyler Scott...............................................................................43 #3 Austin Block/#26 Greg Burke...........................................44 #2 Connor Hardowa/#16 John Henrion.............................45 #28 Ansel Ivens-Anderson/#15 Brett Kostolansky.........46 #11 Scott Pavelski/#10 Dalton Speelman.........................47 #12 Justin Agosta/#27 Kevin Goumas................................48 #5 Eric Knodel/#18 Jeff Silengo............................................49 #21 Nick Sorkin/#35 Jeff Wyer...............................................50

UNH Hockey History

Conference/New England Awards......................................92 All-Time Wildcat Captains.......................................................93 UNH Hockey- “The Tradition Continues”...................94-101 The Road to the Frozen Four................................................101 Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament................................... 102 Wildcats in the Hall of Fame................................................ 103 Annual Team Awards............................................................. 104 All-Time Alphabetical Roster........................................105-08 All-Time Numerical Roster.......................................... 109-110

UNH Hockey Players Among Nation’s Elite

Hockey East Association/All-Time Series

Year-by-Year Goaltending Leaders......................................72 All-Time vs. 2009-10 Opponents................................... 73-77 Year-by-Year Results.......................................................... 79-90

This is Hockey East.....................................................................52 UNH in the Hockey East Tournament.................................53 Composite Schedule................................................................54 All-Time Series Records...........................................................55

Wildcats and the NHL................................................... 112-115 UNH All-Americans........................................................ 116-121 Wildcat Hobey Baker Finalists......................................121-22 Jason Krog- Hobey Baker Memorial Award................... 123 Verizon Wireless Arena/Northeast Regionals............... 124

2009-10 Season in Review

Final Statistics..............................................................................57 Final Results.................................................................................58 Game Summaries............................................................... 59-65

Credits: The 2010-11 University of New Hampshire Men’s Ice Hockey Media Guide was written and edited by the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations Office. Design and layout by Tom Wilkins using the iMac with Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop CS2 software. Special thanks to Mike Murphy, Pat Sullivan, Mackenzie Fraser, Anthony DeAngelis, Eric Coplin and Doug Poole for their editorial and layout assistance. Photography by Gil Talbot, Phil Noury (headshots), Mike Silverwood, Mike Ralph, Josh Gibney, Gregory Greene, Jeff Gross and Steve Babineau.

UNH Hockey Records

Team and Individual Records................................................67 Single-Season Records/Career Scoring Leaders.............68 Wildcat Century Club...............................................................68 Goaltending Records................................................................69 Year-by-Year at a Glance..........................................................70 Year-by-Year Goals/Assists/Points Leaders.......................71

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Directions/Quick Facts

2010-11 WILDCAT MEN’S HOCKEY ROSTER INFORMATION Lettermen Lost (4): Bobby Butler (F), Brian Foster (G), Nick Krates (D), Peter LeBlanc (F). Lettermen Returning (21): Mike Beck (D), Austin Block (F), Mike Borisenok (F), Greg Burke (F), Matt Campanale (D), Phil DeSimone (F), Matt DiGirolamo (G), Connor Hardowa (D), John Henrion (F), Ansel Ivens-Anderson (F/D), Blake Kessel (D), Damon Kipp (D), Brett Kostolansky (D), Greg Manz (F), Kevin McCarey (F), Steve Moses (F), Scott Pavelski (F), Tyler Scott (G), Mike Sislo (F), Dalton Speelman (F), Paul Thompson (F). Incoming Players (6): Justin Agosta (D), Kevin Goumas (F), Eric Knodel (D), Jeff Silengo (F), Nick Sorkin (F), Jeff Wyer (G).

2010-11 WILDCAT MEN’S HOCKEY QUICK FACTS

Directions To Whittemore Center From the South: Take 95 North to 91 North (at New Haven, Conn.) to 84 East (Exit 29/Charter Oak Bridge). Follow 84 East through Connecticut to the Massachusetts Turnpike (Route 90). Stay on the Mass Pike for 10 miles before taking the exit for Auburn/Worcester and 290 East. Proceed east on 290 to Exit 26B for 495 North -- stay in the left lanes to exit to 495 North. Continue on 495 North -- it will end and merge with 95 North. Proceed on 95 North into New Hampshire and continue on to the toll booth. From the toll, go approximately seven miles to Exit 4 for the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) -- signs that read “NH Lakes and White Mountains,” and “Dover/Concord.” Exit to the left. Go about four miles and take the last exit before the toll (Exit 6W) for Concord and Durham. At this point, you are still on Route 4 West. Go approximately four miles and continue straight through a traffic light (Madbury Road), and proceed another 1 1/2 miles to the Route 155A exit, marked “University of New Hampshire.” Take a left turn off the ramp and proceed approximately one mile. Whittemore Center is on the left. For parking see below. From Maine: Follow 95 South to Spaulding Turnpike (Route 4 West) and continue as above. From the West (Vermont, Concord):Take 89 South to 93 North. Follow 93 North, approximately four miles to 393 East, which will merge with Route 4 East. Follow Route 4 to Route 155A exit for “University of New Hampshire.” Make a right off the ramp and proceed as above. From the West (Manchester, Nashua): Take 93 North to Route 101 East. Follow 101 to Exit 6 (Route 125). Exit and take a left onto 125 and follow straight to Lee Traffic Circle. First right at circle is Route 4 East. Continue as above. Public Parking: Approximately one-quarter mile before reaching the Field House, make a left turn opposite tennis courts -- Green sign “Field House Parking” -- follow road and turn right at fork. Parking Lot “A” is one-quarter mile ahead on the left. Take stairs at front end of lot and proceed over railroad bridge to Whittemore Center. Media Parking: After taking the 155A exit, proceed straight past the Field House, going through one set of lights. After the lights, take a left on to Edgewood Rd. Take a left into the New Hampshire Hall parking lot. Credentialed members of the media will be allowed close-in parking at New Hampshire Hall with a media pass obtained through the Athletic Media Relations Office.

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Location........................................................................Durham, NH 03824 Founded.................................................................................................. 1866 Enrollment.......................................................................................... 14,492 President...................................................................Dr. Mark Huddleston Athletic Director................................................................Marty Scarano Colors.................................................................................... Blue and White Nickname..........................................................................................Wildcats Affiliation............................................................................................ NCAA I Conference............................................................................... Hockey East Started Hockey............................................................................... 1924-25 Arena (Capacity)........... Towse Rink at Whittemore Center (6,501) Ice Size......................................................................... 200’ x 100’ Head Hockey Coach............................................................... Dick Umile Alma Mater................................................New Hampshire, 1972 Career Record/Years............................................462-234-78/20 years Record at School/Years.....................................................................same Hockey East Record/Years................................ 282-138-69/20 years Associate Head Coaches................Scott Borek (Dartmouth, 1985) .............................................. David Lassonde (Providence, 1984) Sports Psychology......... Tim Churchard (New Hampshire, 1967) 2009-10 Overall Record.............................................................. 18-14-7 2009-10 Conference Record/Finish...................... 15-6-6/1st place Lettermen Returning/Lost . ............................................................ 21/4 2010-11 Captain.........................................................................Mike Sislo Hockey Administrative Assistant..........................Yvette Auger Asst. AD for Hockey Operations......................................Colin Shank Asst. AD for Media & Public Relations/Hockey Contact...Tom Wilkins Wilkins Office.......................................................(603) 862-0730 Wilkins Cell...........................................................(603) 969-7049 Wilkins Email............................................ Tom.Wilkins@unh.edu Media Relations FAX.......................................................(603) 862-3839 Hockey Press Box.............................................................(603) 862-0735 Whittemore Center Phone..................................(603) 862-1379 Hockey Office.....................................................................(603) 862-1161 Hockey Office FAX................................................(603) 862-1741 Tickets...................................................................................(603) 862-4000 Wildcats on the Web.......................................www.unhwildcats.com

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Media Information

Tom Wilkins

DOUG POOLE

MIKE MURPHHY

ERIC COPLIN

ANTHONY DEANGELIS

the University of New Hampshire Athletic Media Relations OFFICE welcomes members of the media covering the Wildcats during the 2010-11 season. The UNH hockey media guide was prepared by the University of New Hampshire Athletic Media & Public Relations Office to assist the media in their coverage of UNH hockey and to provide pertinent information concerning the UNH hockey program. Requests for additional information, interviews and photographs should be directed to Tom Wilkins, Athletic Media & Public Relations, Field House 151, 145 Main Street, Durham, NH 03824, (603) 862-0730, Tom.Wilkins@unh.edu The Athletic Media & Public Relations Department at the University of New Hampshire consists of a Director, two Associate Directors and two full-time assistants. Tom Wilkins was elevated to the position of Assistant Athletic Director for Media & Public Relations in June 2010 and is in his fourth year of his second stint with the Wildcats. Wilkins, who served as the Interim Director of Athletic Media Relations in May 2010, was officially named to his new post after serving as the Associate Director of Athletic Media Relations for the previous three years. In his second stint with the Wildcats, Wilkins has served as the liaison for both the men’s hockey and women’s volleyball teams. Wilkins worked on a successful Hobey Baker campaign for Bobby Butler, who was selected to the Hobey Hat Trick as one of the award’s three finalists. He also served as Media Coordinator for the 2009 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regional that was hosted by UNH at the Verizon Wireless Arena and worked with several other NCAA and conference championship events over his professional career. Before returning to UNH, Wilkins served as Director of Communications for the America East Conference where he oversaw the promotion of all 20 of the conference’s sports. Prior to his work at America East, Wilkins served as Assistant Sports Information Director for two years at Quinnipiac University (Hamden, Conn.). While there, he served as the primary contact for the Bobcats’ men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball and golf teams. Wilkins served as an Athletic Media Relations Assistant with UNH in 2003-04, when he worked as the primary contact for men’s soccer and men’s basketball, and assisted with various other sports. A native of Pelham, N.H., Wilkins is a 2003 graduate of Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.), cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and History. In 2006, Wilkins earned his Master’s Degree in Interactive Communication at Quinnipiac. Wilkins resides in Pelham, N.H. with his wife Julie. Associate Directors Doug Poole and Mike Murphy and Assistant Directors Eric Coplin and Anthony DeAngelis complete the 10-11 staff in the Media & Public Relations Department. The primary responsibility of the Athletic Media & Public Relations Office is to promote the 20 varsity sports at UNH. Included in this responsibility is the coordination of relations with media members, the promotion of student-athletes for academic and athletic achievement awards, the production of recruiting and media guides and the maintenance of team and individual statistics and the athletic web site. GAME CREDENTIALS: Only accredited members of the media covering games or working on feature stories will receive credentials for any game at the Whittemore Center or road contests. You must have a working function at the game to receive a credential. Requests should be made as far in advance as possible, but not less than 48 hours before the day of the game. Members of the media may pick up their credentials at the media table, located in the Whittemore Center lobby to the right of the ticket office, beginning approximately one and a half hours before game time. Credentials should be requested through Tom Wilkins, Men’s Hockey Media Relations. A valid form of identification is required in order to pick up media credentials. Press box seating is limited and will be assigned by the Athletic Media & Public Relations Office on a first-come first-serve basis. PHOTO AND FILM CREDENTIALS: All photo and game film credentials should be requested as early as possible. No photo credentials will be approved the day of the game. Photographers and film crews assume the responsibility for all risks. RADIO: Visiting radio phone lines at the Whittemore Center are available through the UNH Athletic Media & Relations Office. Space is available for up to two visiting radio stations and phone line are on a first-come, first-served basis. For additional information on reserving phone lines please contact Tom Wilkins at (603) 862-0730. PRESS BOX GAME SERVICES: Pre-game notes and fact sheets, line charts, current statistics, media guides and programs will be available in the press box prior to the start of each UNH home game. Between period statistics and final game summaries will be provided to the media following the game. A press conference will be held approximately 10 minutes after the completion of the game. The visiting coach will be introduced first, followed by UNH. Dick Umile will attend the post-game press conference and Wildcat players are made available outside the locker room. INTERVIEWS: All requests for player or coach interviews, either in person or via phone, will be arranged by the UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations office and should be requested through Tom Wilkins at (603) 862-0730. During the season head coach Dick Umile and requested players will meet with the media once per week. It is the policy of the UNH media relations office that student athletes home/cell phone numbers not be released to the media and we ask they not be contacted at their homes or via email or facebook or similar technologies. Players and coaches will not be available for comment on game day until the post-game press conference. If a telephone interview is necessary, arrangements will be made for that student-athlete to make a collect call to that media member. GAME NOTES AVAILABILITY: Game notes for the upcoming game or games will be available every Tuesday night for that weekend’s games. The game notes are also available in pdf format at http://www.unhwildcats.com. NEW HAMPSHIRE ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS: The UNH Athletic Media & Public Relations Office is located on the main level of the Field House, in Room 151. The mailing address is Athletic Media & Public Relations Office, University of New Hampshire, Field House, 145 Main St., Durham, NH, 03824.

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Wildcat Media Outlets/radio Newspapers/Wire Services Associated Press P.O. Box 1296 Concord, NH 03301 (603) 224-3327 (603) 226-0883 FAX Boston Globe 135 Morrissey Blvd Boston, MA 02107 (617) 929-2860 (617) 929-2872 FAX Boston Herald One Herald Square Boston, MA 02106 John Connolly (617) 462-3005 (617) 542-1314 FAX Concord Monitor Gavin Faretra P.O. Box 1177 Concord, NH 03302-1177 (603) 224-5301 (603) 224-8120 FAX Foster’s Daily Democrat 333 Central Ave. Dover, NH 03820 Al Pike (603) 742-4455 Ext. 5514 (603) 749-7079 FAX Keene Sentinel 60 West St. Keene, NH 03431 (603) 352-1234 (603) 352-0437 FAX Laconia Citizen 171 Fair St. Laconia, NH 03246 (603) 524-3800 (603) 527-3593 FAX

New Hampshire Union Leader P.O. Box 9555 Manchester, NH 03105 Allen Lessels (603) 668-4321 (603) 668-0382 FAX Nashua Telegraph P.O. Box 1008 Nashua, NH 03061 (603) 594-6467 (603) 882-2681 FAX New England Hockey Journal 110 West Squantum St. Quincy, MA 02171 (617) 773-9955 (617) 773-6688 FAX The New Hampshire Memorial Union Building Durham, NH 03824 (603) 862-1490 (603) 862-3952 FAX Portsmouth Herald 111 New Hampshire Ave. Portsmouth, NH 03801 Mike Zhe (603) 436-1800 Ext. 2222 (603) 433-5760 FAX Radio WGIR-AM 610 **(FLAGSHIP) Manchester, N.H. (603) 623-6397

WNTK-FM 99.7** New London, N.H. WCNL-AM 1010** Newport, N.H. WTSN-AM 1270 Dover, N.H. Andrew Van Ness (603) 742-1270 WUNH-FM Durham, N.H. (603) 862-2541 Television New England Sports Network 70 Brookline Ave. Boston, MA 02215 (617) 536-9233 WMUR-TV (ABC, Channel 9) P.O. Box 9 Manchester, NH 03015 Jamie Staton (Sports Director) Jason King (603) 641-9007 ** Wildcat Sports Radio Network

WGIN-AM 930** (FLAGSHIP) Dover, N.H. WQSO-FM 96.7** (FLAGSHIP) Portsmouth, N.H.

Wildcat Sports Network

In the summer of 1999, the University of New Hampshire Athletic Department formed the “UNH Sports Network” — the largest network ever to broadcast UNH sporting events. Wildcats Sports Properties has added WGIN-AM 930 (Rochester) and WQSO-FM 96.7 (Portsmouth) as affiliate stations on the Wildcat Sports Network, joining flagship WGIR-AM 610 (Manchester), which was added in 2008. All three stations are part of the Clear Channel family. These three aforementioned stations -- along with WUVRAM 1490 (Lebanon), WNTK-FM 99.7 (New London), WASR-AM 1420 (Wolfeboro) and WCNL-AM 1010 (Newport) -- will carry the following: all UNH football & men’s hockey broadcasts and weekly coaches’ shows, a select number of men’s basketball, women’s basketball and women’s hockey broadcasts. The game can also be heard on the internet at www. UNHWildcats.com through a service from Stretch Internet. Stretch has also partnered with UNH to develop a podcast page for UNH fans to listen to archived broadcasts. Dan Parkhurst will be handling the play-by-play for the fourth-straight season, while Pete Webster will once again be doing the color commentating. Webster has been announcing Wildcat hockey since the 1993-94 season.

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Wildcat Sports Radio Network Broadcast Schedule

WUVR-AM 1490** Lebanon, N.H.

Date Oct. 2 Oct. 8 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 6 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 27 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Jan. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 15 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Feb. 4 Feb. 5 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Mar. 4 Mar. 5

Opponent St. Francis Xavier (Exhibition) at Miami (Ohio) at Miami (Ohio) Michigan at Northeastern at Cornell at Boston College at Mass.-Lowell Massachusetts Massachusetts Boston U. at Boston U. Brown Merrimack at Mass.-Lowell Vermont at Maine St. Lawrence Mass.-Lowell at Massachusetts vs. Dartmouth @ Manchester, NH Providence Boston U. at Providence Providence Maine Maine Merrimack at Merrimack at Vermont at Vermont Northeastern at Northeastern at Boston College Boston College

Time 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:00 PM 3:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 6:30 PM

LISTEN TO UNH HOCKEY LIVE O N T H E I N T E R N E T B Y V I S I T I N G WWW.UNHWILDCATS.COM TO FIND THE LINKS FOR EACH GAME.

THE DICK UMILE WEEKLY RADIO SHOW The Coach’s Show featuring UNH men’s hockey head coach Dick Umile and hosted by Mike Murphy begins its 11th season in 2010-11. The Coach’s Show is broadcast Mondays on the Wildcat Sports Network from various locations around the seacoast and features Coach Umile, as well as a student-athlete from the men’s ice hockey team. In front of a live audience, Murphy and his guests talk about the latest news and notes regarding UNH hockey.

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Televison Information Complete Wildcat TV Broadcast Schedule

Over 100 media outlets requested credentials for the 2009 NCAA Northeast Regional in Manchester, N.H. and the ESPN Network broadcasted all three games live throughout the weekend. UNH will once again host the 2011 NCAA Northeast Regional in Manchester, N.H. Left to Right: Peter LeBlanc, Thomas Fortney, Dick Umile

DATE GAME Channel Oct. 8 at miami (ohio) cbs college sports Nov. 19 boston univ. nesn Dec. 10 at maine cbs college sports jan. 22 boston univ. nesn feb. 4 maine nesn feb. 5 maine nesn Feb. 18 at Vermont cbs college sports March 4 at boston college NESN ** Schedule subject to changes/additions **

Head Coach Dick Umilie during his weekly interview with WMUR-TV Channel 9 out of Manchester, N.H.

UNHWILDCATS.TV UNH and Pack Network have once again partnered to provide online video streaming of UNH’s seven ticketed sports for the 2010-11 season with UNHwildcats.TV. Wildcat fans are encouraged to buy the “Wildcat All-Access Pass” which is an annual subscription for $89.95 that provides all the live coverage of UNH home athletic events. Fans can also purchase home events on a per game basis of $7.95.

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Hobey Baker “Hat Trick” finalist Bobby Butler (right) chats with legendary coach and now ESPN hockey analyst Barry Melrose (left). Butler was one of three finalists for the nation’s top collegiate hockey player. The announcement was made live on ESPN.

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE The University of New Hampshire is a public land-, sea-, and space grant university serving an undergraduate population of 14,492 undergraduate and graduate students. A rising star among research universities, the UNH retains the look and feel of a New England liberal arts college with a faculty dedicated to teaching.

Campus

Athletic Department Mission UNH student-athletes participate in 20 men’s and women’s varsity sports and can be found among all seven schools and colleges of the University, including over 2,000 courses in more than 100 majors. The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at UNH is to provide opportunities for these student-athletes to enrich their collegiate experience through participation on athletic teams which are competitve at the conference level and beyond. The intercollegiate athletic program also has an important role in enriching the quality of life for the University and statewide community, and as a source of pride and encouragement for support of the University, while maintaining high standards of academic excellence. (See statement below).

History One of the most prestigious institutions in the Northeast, the University of New Hampshire has long been recognized as a leader in education and research. Founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, UNH was among the early state institutions of higher education whose formation was made possible by federal government land grants. The grants were provided to establish colleges to serve the sons and daughters of farming and laboring families. First situated in Hanover, N.H., in connection with Dartmouth College, New Hampshire College moved to Durham in 1893 after Benjamin Thompson, a prosperous farmer, bequeathed land and money to further the development of the college. In 1923, the state legislature granted it a new charter as the University of New Hampshire.

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University of New Hampshire Athletic Department Mission Statement/Diversity Statement

The mission of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of New Hampshire is to provide student-athletes a collegiate experience that is enriched by their participation in programs which are competitive at the NCAA Division I level both regionally and nationally. The intercollegiate athletics program also plays an important role by enhancing the quality of life for the University and statewide community by being a source of pride and identification with the University while always maintaining high standards of academic scholarship and integrity. To fulfill its mission, the intercollegiate program must: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Provide student-athletes every opportunity to meet academic and athletic demands with the goal of graduating every student-athlete. Provide resources necessary to field competitive teams with league affiliations, and to gain regional and national recognition. Provide equitable opportunities for all intercollegiate athletics by the active recruitment of minority athletes, and provide equitable opportunities for all women student-athletes commensurate with that of their male counterparts. Provide excellent facilities for all athletes to train, practice and play. Conduct all operations within state and federal law, University policies, rules of the NCAA, and athletics conferences in which the University competes.

University’s Diversity Statement The University seeks excellence through diversity among its administrators, faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. The University of New Hampshire is committed to creating a more diverse community, knowing that “inclusion, diversity and equity are values inextricably linked to our missionof educational excellence.” This diversity strengthens our ability to reach our individual and collective potential and to provide better services and care for all faculty, staff, and students.

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Experiencing tremendous growth, the University now enrolls nearly 15,000 students from nearly all 50 states and 58 countries in undergraduate and graduate programs. At the heart of the University’s undergraduate studies is the General Education Program, a core program with a breadth of academic subjects. The GEP aims to acquaint the student with some of the major modes of thought necessary to understand oneself, others, society and the world. Campus In recent years, several athletic facilities have received major upgrades and overhauls, including the Lundholm Gymnasium basketball and volleyball court. The University also completed a new $2.15 million track and field facility on September 1, 2001. Other additions have been two $1.5 million outdoor artficial fields, Memorial Field and Bremner Field. As well as the Jerry Azumah Performance Center located in the UNH Field House. The strength and conditioning facilty was dedicated on July 8, 2003 and doubled in size in the summer of 2009. The University has also has completed construction on four capital construction building projects recently. A renovation of Dimond Library was completed. At a cost of $31.1 million, the new 120,000 square foot Biological Sciences Building (Rudman Hall) and the Spaulding Life Sciences Renovation project provide state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratories. The $8.2 million renovation project for the Memorial Union Building modernized the existing student union building to include kitchen and dining facilities, two theaters, student mailboxes, lounges and meeting rooms and the Bookstore. Holloway Commons Dining Hall was completed and provides students with one of the finest on-campus dining facilities in the nation. In November of 1995, construction reached completion on the Whittemore Center, a $27 million Recreation and Sports Complex. This project included a state-of-the-art 6,000 to 7,500 seat arena used for hockey, basketball, gymnastics,concerts and convocations, as well as a new three-level recreational sports facility within the structure which had housed Snively Arena. UNH is home to the NASA-recognized Space Science Center; the Institute for Study for Earth, Oceans and Space; and the Institute of Marine Science and Engineering. The English program is staffed by winners of the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the MacArthur Fellowship, the Edgar Allen Poe Award and the Young Poets Award. The Whittemore School of Business and Economics, established in 1962, is consistently ranked near the top among all business schools in a nationwide poll of business school deans.

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Distinguished Alumni Jerry Azumah ‘99 Former NFL Pro Bowler, Chicago Bears

Gary DeStefano ’78 President, Nike Global Operations

Susan Blanchard Ryan ’89 Star of movie “Open Water”

Jack Edwards ’79 Announcer, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Andy Brickley ’82 Former NHL Player & Analyst, Boston Bruins (NESN)

Carlton Fisk ’69 Hall of Fame Baseball Player

Karyn Bye ’94 1998 Olympic Gold, Ice Hockey

Corey Graham ’07 NFL Player, Chicago Bears

Marcy Carsey ’66 Producer, Cosby Show & That 70’s Show

John Irving ’65 Author, “Cider House Rules”

Ty Conklin ’01 NHL Player, St. Louis Blues

Natalie Jacobson ’65 Former News Anchor, Boston TV

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Jason Krog, ‘99 AHL Player, Chicago Wolves

Ron Noble ’79 Secretary General, Interpol

Kathryn Kross ’82 Executive Producer, “Bloomberg News”

Mike O’Malley ’92 Actor, “Glee””, “My Name is Earl”, “Yes, Dear”

Richard Linnehan ’80 NASA Astronaut

Peter Paul ’67 Owner, Paul Financial & Peter Paul Wines

John Lynch ’74 New Hampshire Governor Jackie MacMullan ’82 Journalist, ESPN & ESPN.com Mike Minnigan ’78 Owner, Minigan Properties; Former VP AOL

Robert Towse ’63 Senior Partner, Morgan Stanley Barbara Walsh ’81 Pulitzer-prize winner, Portland Press Herald

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D r. M a r k H u d d l e s t o n - P r e s i d e n t Dr. Mark W. Huddleston is the 19th president of the University of New Hampshire. He brings three decades of experience in public and private higher education as a faculty member, dean, and senior administrator, most recently as president of Ohio Wesleyan University. His term at UNH commenced in July 2007. Huddleston began his academic career at the State University of New York-Buffalo in 1977 as an assistant professor of political science. He then joined the faculty of the University of Delaware in 1980, where he remained for the next 24 years. Dr. Huddleston chaired the Department of Political Science and International Relations and served as associate provost for international programs. He was named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 2001, where he managed 45 academic departments and centers with nearly 900 fulltime faculty and staff, and served in that capacity until he was named president of Ohio Wesleyan University in 2004. Having received his bachelor’s degree in political science from SUNY-Buffalo, Huddleston went on to receive both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. An author of numerous books and articles, he has been active as a consultant for both the U.S. government and international organizations. He also served as an advisor in Bosnia on rebuilding financial and administrative infrastructures after the Dayton accords. Huddleston was raised in Syracuse and spent 24 years at the University of Delaware in various capacities. For UNH he says, the best years are yet to come—and he is happy that he will be a part of that. “I like to think I’m a really accessible guy. I see students on a regular basis when I’m wandering around campus,” Huddleston says, acknowledging that, with 12,000 more students at UNH than at Ohio Wesleyan, it will be a different experience but not one he wants to disappear. “If I had wanted to be a CEO of a large company, tucked away in an office somewhere, I would have done that,” he says. “I think people here really want a president that they see and feel is a part of the fabric of UNH. That’s very appealing to me.” Huddleston and his wife, Emma Bricker, have three children, Andy, Kate, and Giles.

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Marty Scarano - Director of Athletics Marty Scarano is in the midst of his 11th year as Director of Athletics at the University of New Hampshire. During his tenure, Scarano has heightened national exposure for UNH athletics with academics, facility renovations and programmatic advancement being top priorities. According to numbers released in 2010, UNH athletics ranks highest in the America East Conference, the Colonial Athletic Association and second nationally among all public institutions, trailing only the U.S. Naval Academy, for the Graduation Success Rate (GSR) of its student athletes with a mark of 97 percent. Of its 20 current sport teams, 14 of them submitted perfect GSRs of 100 percent. UNH finished second in the America East Academic Cup this past season, achieving a 3.16 cumulative grade-point average, which surpassed the league record for highest GPA. There have been over $8.5 million in capitol improvements since his hiring in the summer of 2000. In the fall of 2008, the Paul Sweet Oval renovation was completed to include new surfaces, lighting, painting, infrastructure upgrades and the replacement of windows that existed in the original architecture. The total cost of the project exceeded $500,000. In the summer of 2007, the Cowell Stadium grass field was replaced with a $1 million Field Turf synthetic surface. Additionally in 2007, a complete renovation of Lundholm Gymnasium was undertaken. The $600,000 renovation included a new state-of-the-art bleacher system, new scoreboards, competition baskets and other aesthetic enhancements. Scarano brought about the completion of the $2.15 million Reggie Atkins Track and Field Facility in the summer of 2000. The addition of a center-ice scoreboard and message board at the Whittemore Center was completed in 2001. In 2002, UNH athletics renovated Memorial Field along with the Bigglestone Plaza and Bremner Field on the former Upper Field. The two fields, which feature state-of-the-art synthetic turf and lighting, were built at a cost of $1.5 million apiece. In addition, construction was completed to enlarge and improve the women’s locker rooms in the UNH Field House. Two other major improvements to benefit UNH’s student-athletes have been the renovation of the Jerry Azumah Performance Center for Strength and Conditioning, which features state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment, new offices and design, and a complete overhaul of the Student-Athlete Academic Center. Scarano and the University are also in the midst of the planning and fundraising for a multi-purpose outdoor facility. Scarano has focused on moving UNH athletics into the collegiate national arena. To accomplish that goal, UNH has taken on the task of hosting major NCAA championships. The Wildcat athletic department was host of highly-successful NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Northeast Regionals at the Verizon Wireless Arena (Manchester, N.H.) in 2004, 2007, 2009, and Manchester will once again be the site of the Northeast Regionals in 2011. UNH has had the opportunity to host two NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Frozen Fours in the Whittemore Center in 2002 and 2005. In addition, UNH successfully hosted the 2007 NCAA Skiing Championships in Washington Valley, as well as the 2005 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Northeast Regional, which took place at the Whittemore Center. This past season, men’s and women’s ice hockey, football, the men’s and women’s ski teams and gymnastics, as well as members of men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, all competed in the NCAA postseason. Because of these initiatives and accomplishments, UNH athletics has consistently been ranked in the top 90 programs among all Division I institutions in the battle for the NACDA Directors Cup, which is well ahead of nearly all of UNH’s conference opponents. This past season, the Wildcats ranked 72nd out of more than 370 Division I schools with 260.50 points, which were the most in program history, the best in America East and placed the ‘Cats in the top five among FCS teams. UNH ranked behind only Villanova, Princeton, Cornell and Harvard in the FCS subdivision. In New England, the Wildcats finished fourth behind Boston College, Connecticut and Harvard. Scarano’s many accomplishments during his tenure have played a key role in UNH being named one of the Top 20 Athletic Departments in the Country in U.S. News and World Report college athletics rankings in March 2002. UNH’s graduation rate for athletes has maintained levels at or exceeding 90 percent, which puts it among the nation’s best in Division I. The men’s ice hockey team won the regular season Hockey East title in 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2010, and then advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four in 2002 and 2003. The Wildcat women’s hockey team won the Hockey East Tournament Championship four straight seasons from 2006-09, which also included Frozen Four appearances in 2006 and 2008. The women’s gymnastics team won its first-ever EAGL title in 2003, when the event was hosted at the Whitt. The volleyball team won an America East crown in 2002 and 2003 and went on to the NCAA tournament in those same seasons. The field hockey team made the NCAA’s in 2000, while women’s lacrosse made “The Big Dance” in 2004 and again in 2008. UNH football returned to national prominence and was ranked No. 1 in the nation for parts of three seasons from 2005-07, made it to the NCAA FCS playoffs the last six years, including the quarterfinals five times in that span, and also won its fifth consecutive game against an FBS opponent in 2009. Additionally, 21 coaches have won 58 Coach of the Year awards during Scarano’s tenure. In 2007, Scarano was named the All-American Football Foundation Athletic Director of the Year for FCS football in the Northeast region. Scarano was also awarded the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) AD of the Year for the FCS. Scarano also been an active member in the leadership of UNH’s three major conferences and was the chair of the executive committees for Atlantic 10 football, Hockey East and America East from 2003 to 2007. He also served as chair of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Committee in 2005-06 and 2006-07. Scarano held the position of Athletics Director at Colorado College from July 1996 through June 2000. The college’s athletic program excelled both in and out of the classroom under his supervision and six different athletic facilities received renovations, including the Schlessman Pool, Washburn Field, the Carle Weight Room and a new press box at Stewart Field. During his tenure, Colorado College was ranked among the top 20 Division III programs in the Sears Cup national standings and produced several All-Americans, all-academic award winners and NCAA post-graduate scholarship recipients. During Scarano’s tenure at Colorado College, the men’s ice hockey team became a regular at the NCAA men’s ice hockey championships. Prior to his stay in Colorado Springs, Scarano worked for 13 years at Colgate University, where he served as assistant director of athletics, director of physical education, associate director, and senior associate director. Scarano, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a 1978 graduate of Penn State University, where he started his athletic career as assistant ticket manager and the athletics events manager from 1980-83. Scarano holds a Master’s Degree in Environmental History from Colgate. He and his wife, Cydney, have two daughters, Lynden, a junior at UNH, and Corey, and a son, Kyle.

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Yvette Auger will begin her 15th year on the UNH hockey staff as the administrative assistant. Auger provides administrative support to both the men’s and women’s hockey programs and is responsible for all facets of the day-to-day operation of the UNH hockey office. A New Hampshire native, Auger graduated from Pierce College (Concord, N.H.) with a business degree in 1970, worked at UNH for a year and then at Arizona State University until 1979. Auger and husband Rod have three children, Janine, Paul and Kathryn.

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MEDIA & PUBLIC RELATIONS Tom Wilkins, the Assistant Athletic Director for Media & Public Relations, enters his fourth season with the Wildcats as the primary contact for the men’s hockey team. He served as an athletic media relations assistant with UNH in 2003-04 and comes to UNH after serving as Director of Communications for the America East conference. Prior to his work at America East, he served as Assistant Sports Information Director for two years at Quinnipiac University (Hamden, Conn.). While there, he served as the primary contact for the Bobcats’ volleyball, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, baseball and golf teams. During his first stint with UNH, Wilkins worked as the primary contact for men’s soccer and men’s basketball, and assisted with various other sports. A native of Pelham, N.H., Wilkins is a 2003 graduate of Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.), cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications and History. In 2006, Wilkins earned his Master’s Degree in Interactive Communication at Quinnipiac. Wilkins and his wife Julie reside in Pelham. The primary responsibility of the Athletic Media & Public Relations Office is to promote the 20 varsity sports at UNH. Included in this responsibility is the coordination of relations with media members, the promotion of student-athletes for academic and athletic achievement awards, the production of recruiting and media guides and the maintenance of team and individual statistics.

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ACADEMIC SERVICES

Athletic excellence is one-half the formula for success in the collegiate experience for University of New Hampshire hockey players.The primary measure of achievement is the student-athlete’s success in the classroom. For the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 academic years, UNH was awarded the America East Academic Cup for recording the highest GPA in the conference. In both the Fall 2004 and Winter/Spring 2005 semesters, UNH placed the highest number of student-athletes on the America East Honor Roll; the University accomplished the feat again in Fall ‘06 and Fall ‘09. New Hampshire also boasts one of the top graduation rates in the country. UNH is dedicated to enhancing the student-athlete’s ability to achieve academic excellence. Realizing the time commitment the players give to the school, the University administers a comprehensive program of academic support services that is available to Wildcat hockey players and all other student-athletes.This program includes the monitoring of academic progress and providing tutorial services, as well as interacting with the academic advisors within the various colleges. Serving as Student-Athlete Support Coordinator is Assistant Athletic Director Joanne Maldari, a 1990 graduate of Holy Cross who went on to earn her master’s degree in Athletic Counseling at Springfield College. She was recognized for her outstanding efforts J oanne M aldari Cathy Leach at UNH by receiving the University’s 2001 Academic Advising Award. Before coming to Durham, Maldari served athletic counseling internships at Springfield and Central Connecticut State University. Cathy Leach begins her eighth season working with Maldari in Academic Support since joining the staff in 2003. She was promoted to the role of Assistant A.D. for Academic Support and Complaince in the summer of 2010. Leach was also added as an assistant in the compliance department in 2004 and assists Carrie Doyle with the day-to-day operations meeting NCAA compliance and certification. Leach returned to UNH athletics in 2001 as the tutoring coordinator for two years. Prior to her time in academic support, Leach worked in the UNH admissions office for 11 years. She also served as the interim women’s Athletic Director for one year (1989-1990). She also worked in the Wildcat Sports Information Office for three years beginning in 1985, marking her first job on UNH’s campus. Leach is a graduate of Springfield College with a degree in English/Sports Journalism. Leach, a native of Hanover, N.H., is married to Dave Leach and they have daughter Taryn (12).

STUDENT-ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

Cathy Coakley enters her third year as UNH’s Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development. Coakley spearheads a comprehensive educational program to enhance the personal development and welfare of the University’s student-athletes. Coakley works with several other areas of student-athlete development, including the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), first-year student academic mentoring program, community service activities involving UNH student-athletes, and various other programs geared toward student-athletes. In addition, she has established – and will continue to establish – networks and act as a liaison with campus departments and constituencies. Coakley has an extensive career in both athletics and higher education. Most recently, she was an instructor of Sports Marketing, within the Kinesiology Department, at James Madison University and coordinated all practicum and internships required of Sport Management majors. In this position, Coakley taught personal and professional development as well as life skills to the students (including athletes) within the major. While at JMU, she served as Assistant Field Hockey coach from 2005-07 and helped guide the Dukes to the CAA championship and NCAA tournament appearance in 2007. Prior to her tenure at JMU, Coakley worked in collegiate basketball. She started her collegiate coaching career at UNH as an assistant under Cecelia Cathy DeMarco from 1977-79. Coakley moved on to become head coach at Fordham University from 1979-84 and served as an assistant under Joy Malchodi at Northeastern University from 1996-2000. Coakley earned her Bachelor of Arts in Earth Science and her Master of Arts in Education Administration at UNH.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT STAFF

Steve Metcalf

Carrie Doyle

Sr. Associate Athletic Deputy Athletic Director for Compliance Director for Internal Relations Sr. Woman Administrator

Dot Sheehan

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for External Relations

Pat Madsen

Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Finance

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Carrie Kimball

Associate Athletic Director for Events Management

Amber Radzevich

Associate Athletic Director for Marketing & Communications

Dr. Steve Hardy Athletics Faculty Representative

Diane Metcalf

Director of the Athletic Annual Fund

Jean Mitchell

Athletic Facilities Manager

Don Worden

Equipment Manager

Nicole Ayer

Director of Ticketing

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2010-11 Official Team Physicians The physicians at Seacoast Orthopedics & Sports Medicine are the Official Team Physicians of the UNH Wildcats and are board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery or the American Board of Family Practice. Our highly subspecialized orthopedic physicians treat all musculoskeletal conditions.

Charles M Blitzer, MD

Fred H Brennan Jr, DO

•Trauma & Fracture Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder Surgery

•Sports Medicine •Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine •Post-Concussion Management

Medical Degree: Boston University accelerated combined AB/MD program Internship in General Surgery: Bay State Medical Center, an affiliate of Tufts University Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Vermont R id Residency i Pediatric in P di t i Orthopedics: O th di Montreal M t l Children’s Child ’ Hospital/McGill University Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Board of Councilors; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow ; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Orthopaedic Trauma Association ; Arthroscopy Association of North America; New Hampshire Medical Society, Past President; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Peter D Buckley, MD

Peter J Dirksmeier Dirksmeier,, MD

•Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Shoulder & Knee Surgery Medical Degree: University of Vermont College of Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital, Providence Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Florida/Shands Hospital, Gainesville Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine Fellowship: University of Oklahoma Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; Arthroscopy Association of North America; American College of Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Medical Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

Mark J Geppert, Geppert, MD

•Spine Surgery •Hip Surgery Medical Degree: University of Southern California, Los Angeles Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Spinal Surgery Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Diplomate; Seacoast Spine Study Group; New Surgery, England Spine Study Group; North American Spine Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Robert H Harrington, MD

•Foot & Ankle Surgery •Sports Medicine •Hand Surgery •General General Orthopedics Medical Degree: New York University School of Medicine Internship in General Surgery & Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyRobert Wood Johnson Medical School (formerly Rutgers) Foot & Ankle Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery, New York City Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

Moby Parsons, MD

•Sports Medicine •Joint Replacement Surgery •Arthroscopic Surgery M di l Degree: Medical D U i University it off Vermont V t School S h l off Medicine Internship in General Surgery: Naval Hospital, San Diego Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

David C Thut Thut,, MD

•Arthroscopic & Reconstructive Surgery •Joint Replacement Surgery •Shoulder & Elbow Surgery Medical Degree: Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York Internship in General Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Pittsburgh Sh ld & Elb ll hi University U i it off Washington, W hi t Shoulder Elbow F Fellowship: Seattle; University of Sydney, Aus. Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Association of Hip & Knee Surgeons; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society

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Medical Degree: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine Residency in Family Medicine: Albany Medical Center, New York Sports Medicine Fellowship: Northwest Ohio Center for S t Medicine/University Sports M di i /U i it off Toledo T l d Certifications: American Board of Family Medicine; Certificate of Added Qualifications in sports medicine Memberships: American Osteopathic Academy of Sports Medicine, Fellow; American Academy of Family Medicine, Fellow; American College of Sports Medicine, Fellow; New Hampshire Medical Society

•Sports Medicine •Arthroscopic Surgery •Joint Replacement •Shoulder & Knee Medical Degree: University of Pennsylvania Internship in General Surgery:: University of Rochester Residency in Orthopedic Surgery: University of Rochester Sports Medicine Fellowship: New York University Hospital for Joint Disease Certifications: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery; Subspecialty in Sports Medicine, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery Memberships: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Diplomate; American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Fellow; American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society; New Hampshire Medical Society

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GLENN RIEFENSTAHL

MEN’S HOCKEY HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER Glenn Riefenstahl begins his 22nd season as the Head Men’s Ice Hockey Athletic Trainer since he started in the 1988-1989 season. Riefenstahl graduated from Keene State College in 1987 with a major in Physical Education, with an emphasis in Athletic Training. In this role, Riefenstahl is directly involved in all aspects of the team’s athletic injuries and corresponding care.This includes emergency injury management, referral (as needed) to a physician, prevention and injury rehabilitation. After college,Riefenstahl worked for a year as the assistant athletic trainer at Natick (MA) High School. Jon Dana, Director of Sports Medicine, Renee Kleszczynski, Cindy Michaud, Barbara Hemphill, Dan Sedory, Meg Lesnikoski and student athletic trainers join Riefenstahl on the Athletic Training staff. They will assist Riefenstahl in the day-to-day care of the athletes, which includes practices and game days. Riefenstahl also works with men’s soccer and is responsible for all inventory, purchasing and maintenance to the Athletic Training department equipment. In addition, Drs. Robert Harrington, Kevin Dugas and Jay Gooze work directly with the University of New Hampshire men’s ice hockey team in providing medical coverage to the men’s hockey program. The University of New Hampshire has two athletic training rooms in use,one in the Whittemore Center Arena,which is available for Wildcat hockey, field hockey, and lacrosse players.The other is the headquarters of UNH Athletic Training located in the Field House, which is where the remainder of the varsity athletic population is cared for. Riefenstahl and his wife Amy reside in Somersworth, N.H.

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Paul Chapman enters his ninth year as the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the hockey program. He is a 1990 graduate of Dickinson State University in North Dakota with a B.S. degree in Biology. Chapman was also a three-time all-American football player and was inducted into the DSU hall of fame for his efforts. He played professional football in the CFL for several years before earning a M.S. in Exercise Science from the University of North Dakota in 1994. Prior to UNH, he had been the director of strength and conditioning at the University of North Dakota. During his stint with the Fighting Sioux, he worked with the football team that was the Division II national champion in 2001, the men’s ice hockey team won a Division I national title in 2000 and 1997 and the women’s basketball team was The UNH hockey team has a commitment to Strength and Conditioning that is second to none. The two basic goals of Strength and Conditioning are injury prevention and performance enhancement. The first goal, injury prevention, revolves around reducing the likelihood of the athlete getting injured during games or practice by training the athlete as a unit and pinpointing weaknesses in the player that need to be strengthened. The second goal, performance enhancement, centers on making the athlete a better athlete. This is done by educating the athlete on a wide range of training from Olympic-style weightlifting to teaching the athlete how to move more efficiently while running or during an agility drill. The Strength & Conditioning program plays a vital role in the success of UNH hockey. The athletes train virtually year-round in order to perform at their highest level throughout the regular season. The UNH hockey Strength & Conditioning program is a comprehensive training program that involves Olympic-style weightlifting, traditional strength training, plyometrics, agility/quickness training and sport-specific conditioning. A training year is broken down into four seasons or phases: post-season, off-season, pre-season and in-season. The post-season period begins as soon as the season has been completed. This period is used to rehabilitate injuries and to begin the process of developing a solid base on which the athlete can build upon during the off-season. The off-season begins in May and goes through July, the athletes will train five days a week; four lifting sessions and two conditioning sessions. The pre-season, August through September, typically involves five training sessions, three lifts and two conditioning sessions. During the in-season period, training is is reduced to two lifting sessions per week, which are scheduled around the team’s practice and game schedules.

PAUL CHAPMAN

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Jerry Azumah ‘99

As a starting tailback at the University of New Hampshire, Jerry Azumah ‘99 earned a reputation as an unstoppable record-breaker. By the time he graduated from the university and joined the Chicago Bears as a fifth-round draft pick, he had already smashed four NCAA Division I-AA career records and been awarded the Walter Payton Award for his outstanding achievement as the nation’s top offensive player. At the age of 25, he did it again. With a gift to fund the Jerry Azumah Athletic Performance Center, he was the youngest UNH alum on record to give a gift of more than $100,000 to his alma mater. The gift provided funding for the renovation and complete overhaul, including stateof-the-art equipment of the University’s strength and conditioning facility located in the UNH Field House. “His National Football League profile will tell you that Jerry Azumah was 5-11, weighed 195, and played defensive cornerback with the Chicago Bears,” said Marty Scarano, University of New Hampshire athletic director. “What those statistics miss is the size of Jerry Azumah’s heart. We are so proud to have Jerry’s name affiliated with the University of New Hampshire. Jerry was a leader while attending UNH and continues to set a great example as a graduate.“ Azumah is the son of Theophilius and Bertha Azumah, natives of Ghana, who now live in Worcester, Mass. He came to UNH in 1995 as a freshman, majored in sociology, and minored in justice studies. “My scholarship at UNH allowed me to pursue my interests in the classroom, build a successful college football career and changed my life on every level,” says Azumah. “I’m pleased to be able to make a major contribution to my university and to bring new opportunities to today’s student athletes.” During his four years at UNH, Azumah was an All-American tailback and has been referred to as a player who comes along once in a coach’s lifetime by Coach Bill Bowes. He holds numerous University records, including the record for touchdowns rushing (60) and touchdowns overall (69), and Division 1-AA records for rushing yards (6,193), all purpose yards (8,376) and points scored (424). He has had the six best and eight of the top ten UNH rushing games ever and holds the all-time Division 1-AA rushing record of 6,193 yards. At that time, he was the only runner in Division 1-AA history to have four 1,000-yard seasons. Azumah is one of the only players in the history of the NFL to make the transition from playing an offensive position to being a starting cornerback on the defensive side of the football. In 2003 he became the only Wildcat to ever play in the Pro Bowl, where he excelled as a return specialist. He was a full-time starter at cornerback from 2001 through 2005 and made significant contributions on defense. Azumah holds the distinction of being the last Chicago Bear to score a touchdown at Soldier Field when he intercepted Donovan McNabb in a divisional playoff game vs. the Philadelphia Eagles and ran 39 yards for a touchdown on Jan.19, 2002. The play gave the Bears a 14-13 lead in the third quarter. Azumah announced his retirement from NFL football in 2006 due to injuries, but he continues to keep in touch with his alma mater and is always looking for new ways he can help the University, the athletic department and the Wildcat fooball program.

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The Jerry Azumah Athletic Performance Center features state-of-the-art strength and conditioning equipment provided for through the generous gift of Azumah. The 4,000 square-foot facility features: • 5,000 pounds of Olympic Weights • 7,000 pounds of Iron Grip Dumbells • 14 Powerlift Platform Stations • 5 Adjustable Benches

• 12 Hammer Strength Machines • 8 Reverse Hypers/Glutham Machines • 15,000 pounds of Iron Grip Weights • 2 Pilar Systems

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS It all began over 30 years ago in the old Snively Arena. A small group of fans would gather following the games to socialize about the UNH hockey team, mingle with the players and parents waiting outside the locker room and enjoy one another’s company before heading home for the evening. Talk in the early days turned to the scoreboard in Snively Arena and the lack of a count-down penalty clock. Fans in the corners would take turns running out to see the time on the clock and call back to their friends with a quick calculation of how much time remained on the penalty. A UNH hockey booster club was soon born. The loyal group of fans that gathered after games to socialize began a fundraising drive to purchase a new scoreboard with clocks to time the penalties. Membership in the group was set at $5.00. Two tiny tables were setup at each end of the bleachers where UNH hockey hats and shirts were sold. The first UNH hockey yearbooks were produced by selling ads to local retailers. Enough money was finally raised and Snively Arena got new scoreboards. As the magnitude and the costs of keeping UNH hockey on pace with other hockey programs around the country grew, so did the Friends. Support was provided to outfit a new weight room, renovate and enhance the locker room facilities, purchase new skate sharpeners and provides other needed equipment. Later, a five-year commitment was made by the Friends in a partnership with the University to outfit Snively Arena with new boards and glass surrounding Batchelder Rink. As the fundraising needs increased, new membership Officers: levels were cre- Bruce Hardenbrook, President ated and the tiny Steve Greiner, Vice President souvenir stands with hats and Kim Rhine, Treasurer shirts expanded Amanda Savage, Secretary to include a range of UNH hockey Board Members: memorabilia. A concession stand was added. The 50/50 raffle was started. A small group of fans and volunGene Cordes teers had become a significant and dedicated fundraising group and an integral part of the success of the Dave Currier UNH hockey program. The mission of the Friends of UNH Hockey is to promote, support and enhance the UNH hockey Estelle Drew program. The goal may be fundraising, but the Friends are really about family and fun. The membership sea- Ann French son kicks off in late September with the annual Face-Off-Feed and Chicken Barbecue. This event is an op- Kyle Gasior portunity to renew old friendships from seasons past, catch up with returning players, meet the new team Scott Gower members and get ready for hockey after a long summer. For members of the Coaches Club, the first of several functions begins a few weeks later with a Erin Gravel season preview and pre-game report before the first home game. Special Coaches Club functions continue Steve Greiner through the season and have included tailgating with the Head Coach at a football game, pre-game meals Adam Hardenbrook with the coaches and team, mid-season reviews, playoff previews, and special presentations that included Lisa Hardenbrook coach Charlie Holt’s U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame video presentation. Bruce and Jan Hardenbrook With roots as a social organization, the general membership is invited to post-game functions held at various times during the Russ and Mary Hensel season in the Whittemore Center Sky Box Lounge. Refreshment are Linda Howe provided at these members-only events and kids can take advan- Andy Leahy tage of this opportunity to meet their favorite player and get that Brad Parkhurst special autograph. After the season, the Friends host the Annual Peter Prudden Awards banquet to celebrate the season and recognize the departing seniors. The Friends membership year concludes in August with Kim Rhine Amanda Savage the Annual Friends of UNH Hockey Golf Tournament. The Friends of UNH Hockey has become the largest and John Savage most-successful athletic booster organization at the University of Jay Sydow New Hampshire. A 21-member Board of Directors drives the fundraising efforts and coordinates the hundreds of volunteers that organize membership, produce the BlueLines newsletter, sell 50/50 tickets, staff the souvenir stands, organize the social gatherings and direct the disbursement of funds that are used to support and promote the UNH hockey program. The results of these volunteer efforts has recently allowed the Friends to sponsor Internet broadcasts of Wildcat Hockey to fans around the World, host UNH fan receptions at NCAA tournament sites, present the history of UNH hockey in the Charles E. Holt Gallery and create the All-American Wall of Fame at the Whittemore Center. But most importantly, the Friends fundraising efforts have recently been focused on the future of Wildcat Hockey. For the past two years, the Friends of UNH Hockey has contributed funds to support UNH hockey scholarships. The scholarship funding initiatives of the Friends continued with the lead gift to the Charles E. Holt endowment and the creation of the Friends of UNH Hockey endowment to ensure the support of future Wildcat players that lace ‘em up for the Blue & White. Much has changed over the last quarter-century, but the dedication of the UNH hockey fan remains strong.

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The Whittemore Center opened Nov. 10, 1995, with the Wildcats defeating then defending national champion Boston University, 6-5, in overtime. That success has continued each year. Over the last 15 seasons, the Wildcats have posted an incredible 182-52-21 record with 164 standing-room only crowds of 6,501. In 2004-05, the Wildcats set a school record when they played in front of 126,028 people in 20 home games and overall the Wildcats have played in front of 1,438,648 fans. In the summer of 2010, UNH’s Campus Recreation department spent in excess of $1.5 million dollars in renovations to the Whittemore Center. On the ice, the corners were adjusted from a 28’ radius to a 20’ radius. The goal lines moved from 15’ off the end boards to 11’ to play similar to NHL rinks. The Arena installed all new lighting over the seating areas, concourse, and picture areas. All new energy efficient fluorescent lighting was used. The arena was upgraded with a brand new dasher system, that has seamless glass on the sides. The ice refrigeration system received upgrades as well with increased capacities to the cooling tower, control systems, and a third compressor. The back hallway received a face-lift with new UNH colors painted on the walls and doors. The sound system received a $40,000 upgrade as well, with new speakers and amps being added to the system. The arena brings the University’s athletic facilities to a state-ofthe-art level and positions UNH as a leader among the region’s colleges and universities. In addition to the athletic arena created by the project, Snively Arena, the former hockey rink, has been converted into the Hamel Center, a recreational sports facility.The 6,501 seat hockey arena known as Towse Rink was designed for easy conversion to a 7,500 seat facility for revenue-producing concerts, exhibitions and other events. The arena nearly doubled the size of Snively WHITTEMORE CENTER 6,501 seats for hockey and basketball games and up to 7,200 for concerts Arena, UNH hockey’s former home. and similar events. A total of 4,300 of the seats feature backs with arm The hockey rink became the sixth in the nation rests on each side. The remaining seats have molded bottoms. to feature an Olympic-sized ice surface (200 feet by 100 •A bowl configuration. Fans enter at a concourse level and move down to feet) - instead of standard 200 by 85. their seats. •An Olympic size (200x100) ice surface for hockey. •Four concession areas (each 250 square feet) and six rest room facilities

(two 1,125 square feet, four 850 square feet). •A main lobby (3,800 square feet) and a public skating lobby (850 square feet). •A pro shop (200 square feet) and ticket office (200 square feet). •Men’s and women’s hockey coaches offices (175 square feet each). •Men’s and women’s hockey locker rooms (1,200 square feet each). •Training room (450 square feet), cardio room (600 square feet) and meeting room (800 square feet). •State of the art center-hung scoreboard.

HAMEL RECREATION CENTER •Three floors

•A gymnasium (22,800 square feet) with three standard-sized basketball

courts. •Two multipurpose athletic courts (5,575 square feet). •Free-weight room (3,025 square feet) •Fitness room (3,750 square feet) •Four racquetball courts (800 square feet each) •Jogging track (4,975 square feet). •Men’s and women’s locker rooms (1,350 square feet).

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The throwing of fish at UNH has been a tradition since the early 1980’s. It is thrown out every time the ‘Cats score their first goal of the game to signify the opposing goalie “fishing” the puck out of the net.

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Whittemore Center Seating Chart

National Attendance Averages 2009-10 Total Home Attendance Home Games

Varsity Club Pricing -- Reserved Seat (section 120) Varsity Club Season (18 games & Verizon) $1,400 Varsity Club - Individual Game Tickets - $51.00 Varsity Club -Individual Game Tickets - vs. BC, BU, Maine & Michigan -$76.00 Season Ticket Pricing (Purchase through Box Office ONLY) Season Tickets - Reserved - (18 games & Verizon) --$460 Season Tickets - Reserved - (18 games,Verizon, & 1/4 finals) -- $523.00 Season Tickets - General Admission (18 Games & Verizon) -- $422.00 Season Tickets - General Admission (18 Games,Verizon, & 1/4 Finals) -- $ 479.00 Mini Plans Wild E. Cat Fantastic Friday (10 games & Verizon) -- $267.00 Gnarlz Super Saturday (10 games & Verizon) -- $271.00 Individual Game Ticket Pricing Individual Game Tickets - Reserved Seating -- $24.00 On sale at 10am September 27, 2010. By phone:1-800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com

1. Wisconsin 316, 014 2. North Dakota 244,734 3. Minnesota 202,154 4. Neb.-Omaha 144,181 5. Michigan 119,625 6. Colorado Coll. 130,957 7. New Hampshire 109,432 8. St. Cloud St. 119,073 9. Denver 116,075 Hockey East Schools 10. Massachusetts 88,813 11. Boston Univ. 111,218 12. Boston College 101,586 14. UMass-Lowell 66,054 16. Maine 85,571 18. Vermont 79,701 21. Northeastern 71,444 39. Merrimack 27,343 45. Providence 29,299

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15,048 11,654 10,108 6,866 6,646 6,548 5,760 5,527 5,527

15 19 16 17 19 18 15 16 16

4,934 5,055 5,012 4,404 4,754 3,985 4,203 1,709 1,831

Whittemore Center Quick Facts •UNH ONCE AGAIN ...topped Hockey East attendance with an attendance of 109,432. •UNH was unbeaten at home in Hockey East play with a record of 9-0-4. •UNH has amassed a 115-32-14 record in the last nine seasons (.758 winning percentage) •Registered nine sellouts last season

Individual Game Tickets - General Admission -- $22.00 On sale at 10am the Wednesday before the scheduled game. By phone:1-800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com *see below Individual Games vs. BC, BU, Maine, & Michigan Individual Game Tickets - Reserved Seating --$26.00 On sale at 10am September 27, 2010. By phone:1-800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com Individual Game Tickets - General Admission -- $24.00 On sale at 10am the Wednesday before the scheduled game. By phone:1-800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com *see below Group Ticket Pricing & Information (Contact Brittany Sullivan 603-862-1763) Group Tickets - Reserved $20.00 Reserved Seating (20+ People) Group Tickets - General Admission $11.00 General Admission Seating (20+ People) For more information including student ticket policy visit www.unhwildcats.com.

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Whittemore Center The ‘Cats Year-by-Year at the Whit Year 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

Record Sellouts 8-4-1 3 14-5-0 7 11-5-1 9 18-0-1 9 13-1-5 14 12-5-3 16 15-2-1 16 14-3-1 17 13-5-1 14 16-3-0 12 10-6-3 11 12-5-1 13 14-4-1 13 12-4-2 10 10-4-5 9 182-52-21 164

Total Attendance 64,994 107,447 94,195 104,922 117,836 124,446 116,339 116,526 118,091 126,028 118, 627 115,056 114,141 113,583 109.432 1,661,663

Wildcats vs. Hockey East at the Whit Team UNH’s Record at Towse Rink Boston College 16-5-2 Boston University 7-9-5 UMass-Lowell 20-5-4 Maine 15-6-1 Massachusetts 20-2-3 Merrimack 24-3-2 Northeastern 19-3-3 Providence 22-3-1 Vermont 6-3-2 Total vs. Hockey East opponents 149-39-23

Individual Records

Team Records

Goals........................................... 4 by Eric Boguniecki vs. Maine (2/11/96) ...................................................... 4 by Jason Krog vs. Merrimack (3/13/99) ........................................................ 4 by Lanny Gare vs. Merrimack (1/4/03) .......................................4 by Mike Sislo vs. Holy Cross (12/11/08) ................................................. 4 by Bobby Butler vs. Providence (2/12/10) Assists..............................................4 by Derek Bekar vs. Maine (11/29/97) .............................................................4 by Jason Krog vs. Maine (11/29/97) ................................................4 by Garrett Stafford vs. Merrimack (3/8/03) ........................................... 4 by Justin Aikins vs. Massachusetts (2/11/05) .................................................4 by Rejean Stringer, Merrimack (11/21/97) .................................................... 4 by Matt Fornataro vs. Brown (11/24/07) Points.............................6 by Mike Sislo vs. Holy Cross (12/11/08) PIM...................................................19 by Corey-Joe Ficek vs. BC (12/4/98) Saves.....................................................62 by Joe Exter, Merrimack (3/9/02) Saves/Period.............................22 by Eric Heffler, St. Lawrence (1/10/99) Fastest 2 Goals.................:17 by Tom Nolan vs. Northeastern (11/2/96)

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Goals......................................................................11 vs. Merrimack (11/8/97) .......................................................................................11 vs. Brown (12/28/02) Penalty Minutes.......................................... 54 by UMass-Lowell (2/28/99) Penalty Mins., both teams........................90 vs. UMass-Lowell (12/5/97) Least Penalty Minutes........................................ 2 by UNH & B.C. (12/9/95) ......................................................................................2 by Merrimack (3/9/00) .................................................................................. 2 vs. Providence (2/13/09) Least Penalty Mins, both teams..........................4 by UNH/B.C. (12/9/95) Power Play Goals........................................... 6 vs. UMass-Lowell (1/12/96) Fastest Goal to start game..................... :15 by Mike Souza vs. Lowell (2/28/99) Fastest Two Goals to start game.................... 1:28 by BU (Grier-Walsh) (1/5/96) Fastest Two Goals..........:05 by C.J. Ficek and Jim Abbott vs. Miami (10/21/00) Fastest Three Goals............................. :32 by Dylan Dellezay, Tom Nolan, ....................................................... Jason Shipulski vs. Merrimack (11/8/97)

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Cats in the Community The UNH men’s hockey team visits multiple classrooms, including Woodman Park Elementary School in Dover, N.H., every season. Woodman Park teacher and UNH Alumni Lisa Simko expressed, “When the UNH hockey players visit our classroom, they are part of the learning process and my students are thrilled to interact with young adults that are not only successful athletes, but also successful students.” Over the past few years, the Wildcats also were involved in a UNH-original program called “Operation Hat Trick” where hats were donated to wounded veterans. Last year, Bobby Butler was among a group of 18 college hockey players nominated for the 2010 BNY Mellon Wealth Management Hockey Humanitarian Award. The award honors college hockey’s finest citizen, someone who gives back to his or her community.

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE Dick Umile, a six-time Hockey East Coach of the Year, enters his 21st season as the head coach of the UNH Wildcats. He passed both Jerry York and Jack Parker in becoming the first coach in league history to six coach of the year honors. After signing a long-term contract in 2008, Umile will conclude his coaching career at his alma mater. During his time spent at UNH, Umile has molded UNH hockey into one of the top programs in all of Division I hockey, guiding the Wildcats to four Frozen Four appearances, 16 NCAA tournament appearances and 20 Hockey East championship tournament showings in his 20-year career in Durham. In addition, Umile has posted 17 20-victory campaigns over the span of 20 seasons. Umile is now the winningest coach in the history of UNH hockey with 462 career victories. He surpassed legendary coach Charlie Holt on Feb. 16, 2005 in a 6-1 victory at Merrimack at Thom Lawler Arena in North Andover, Mass. Umile ranks fifth among active NCAA coaches with a .645 winning percentage and on the active victories list his 462 victories ranks seventh among NCAA coaches. He has been named Coach of the Year a total of 11 times in his career, including New England honors four times and Hockey East Coach of the Year six times Last year, Umile guided the Wildcats, who were picked fourth in the Hockey East Preseason Poll, to their eighth regular season championship including the third in the last four years.The Wildcats led the Hockey East standings for an eye-popping 16-straight weeks, taking over the league lead Nov. 23, 2009 and never relinquishing that position. UNH went unbeaten at home in Hockey East play for the first time since the 1999-00 season and won the regular season series with six of nine league foes. Umile helped guide a team that lost 10 players, including Hockey East All Star and leading scorer James van Riemsdyk, from the 2008-09 squad to its 22nd straight trip to the Hockey East playoffs and home-ice advantage in the quarterfinals for a league-best 14th-straight season. After going just 2-6-2 over its first 10 games, Umile’s Wildcats responded with a 10-1-2 mark over the next 13 games, including a 12-game unbeaten streak in Hockey East play. Umile’s run in the regular season was capped by a dramatic 3-3 come-from-behind deadlock with Boston College that clinched the league’s crown in front of the home fans on Senior Day at the Whittemore Center. The ‘Cats earned an at-large bid in the NCAA tournament for the ninth-straight season and captured a convincing 6-2 win over favored Cornell in the opening round, advancing to the regional final for the second-straight season. In 2008-09, Umile directed the Wildcats to a 20-13-5 mark as they captured their eighth consecutive trip to the NCAA tournament. After struggling through a 1-5-2 stretch in November, New Hampshire went 14-4-2 to close out the regular season and claimed third place in the league and home-ice in the Hockey East quarterfinals for a Hockey East-best 13th straight season. The crowning moment of the 2008-09 season was the Wildcats’ goal with 0.1 seconds remaining to tie and All-Time Wildcat Coaches eventually win 6-5 in overtime in their NCAA Northeast Regional opening-round game Coach Years Seasons Won Lost Tied Pct. against perennial power North Dakota in front Hank Swasey 1 1924-25 2 2 0 .500 of UNH faithful at Verizon Wireless Arena in Ernest Christensen 12 *1925-38 55 54 8 .504 Manchester. In 2007-08, Umile led the Wildcats Carl Lundholm 1 1936-37 3 5 0 .375 to a 25-10-3 record, including a program-reGeorge Thurston 1 1938-39 5 4 0 .556 cord 19 Hockey East wins en route to a 19-5-3 Tony Dougal 5 1939-47 15 28 0 .349 record in league play, which earned UNH the Joseph Petroski 4 1947-51 9 20 0 .310 regular season title for the second season in a Pepper Martin 11 1951-61 66 76 3 .466 row. Umile captured his 400th career victory Oct. 19, 2007 against Boston University. Umile A. Barr Snively 2 1961-64 23 22 0 .511 coached four All-Americans in Kevin Regan, Rube Bjorkman 4 1964-68 57 40 0 .588 Mike Radja, Matt Fornataro, and Brad Flaishans, Charlie Holt 18 1968-86 347 232 18 .596 which was the first time in school history that Dave O’Connor 1 **1987-88 7 20 3 .283 four players received that honor. In 2006-07, Umile helped the ‘Cats Bob Kullen 3 **1986-90 37 66 8 .369 to the team’s sixth Hockey East regular-season Dick Umile 20 1990-present 462 234 78 .645 title and their sixth straight NCAA Tournament apperance with a 26-11-2 overall record and an Totals: 82 1924-present 1,088 803 118 .571 18-7-2 mark in conference play. *Christensen coached from 1925-36 and 1937-38. In 2005-06 Umile coached UNH to a 20-13-7 record overall. The ‘Cats finished third in Hockey **O’Connor served as interim coach for 1987-88 season. East, and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the fifth consecutive time. In 2004-05, Umile guided the team to a 26-11-5 record and a second place finish in Hockey East with a 15-5-4 mark. The Wildcats played in the Hockey East championship game and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight season. In 2002-03, UNH earned its fourth trip to the Frozen Four with a 28-8-6 overall record and a 15-5-4 record in Hockey East. The Wildcats took home the Hockey East tournament title for the second straight season with a 1-0 overtime thriller vs.

Active Division I Coaches by Winning Percentage

 Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Name Jeff Jackson Red Berenson Dean Blais Jack Parker Dick Umile Mike Schafer Don Lucia Dave Hakstol Scott Owens Jerry York

School Notre Dame Michigan Nebraska-Omaha Boston U. New Hampshire Cornell Minnesota North Dakota Colorado College Boston College

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Years W-L-T 11 298-117-47 26 699-328-69 11 282-131-39 37 831-432-104 20 462-234-78 15 297-158-53 23 553-300-76 6 155-84-24 11 258-150-38 38 850-539-92

Coach Umile Career Highlights • Awarded the Spencer T Penrose Memorial Trophy as the nation’s top Division I coach in 1999. • Six-Time Hockey East Coach of the Year (1991, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2007, 2010). • Four-time New England Coach of the Year (1991, 1999, 2002, 2008). • Led UNH to back-to-back Hockey East tournament titles (2002, 2003). • Led UNH to eight Hockey East regular season titles (1992, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008, 2010). • Guided UNH to back-to-back Frozen Four appearances in 1998 and 1999; 2002 and 2003, including a berth in the national championship in 1999 and 2003. • Coached Jason Krog, the 1999 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner, nine Hobey Baker finalists, two Hobey “Hat Trick” finalists and 26 All-Americans in 20 seasons as head coach of the Wildcats. • Ranks fifth on the NCAA active list in winning percentage at .645 and his 460 wins rank seventh on the active NCAA coaching wins list. • Ranks fir­st all-time in win percentage (.645) and first in wins (460) at UNH. • Has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 16 of the last 20 years, including 12 of the last 13 seasons and eight straight seasons (the nation’s second longest streak). • Has posted 16 20+ win seasons, including a school-record 31 wins during the 1998-99 season. • Has coached several players that have gone on to the NHL ranks, including Eric Boguniecki, Ty Conklin, Darren Haydar, Mark Mowers, Bryan Muir, Eric Nickulas, Jason Krog, Garrett Stafford, Colin Hemingway, Daniel Winnik, Trevor Smith, Jamie Fritsch, James van Riemsdyk and Bobby Butler.

Active Division I Coaches by Wins

% Rk. .696 1. .669 2. .667 3. .646 4. .645 5. .637 6. .636 7. .635 8. .621 9. .621 10.

Name School Years Jerry York Boston College 37 Jack Parker Boston University 36 Rick Comley Michigan State 37 Red Berenson Michigan 25 Don Lucia Minnesota 22 George Gwozdecky Denver 24 Dick Umile New Hampshire 20 Joe Marsh St. Lawrence 21 Rick Gotkin Mercyhurst 22 Don Cahoon Massachusetts 23

Wins 850 831 768 699 553 523 462 455 399 327

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS Boston University on March 15, 2003 at the FleetCenter in Boston. UNH defeated St. Cloud State and Boston University in the NCAA Regionals in Worcester, Mass. to earn its second straight trip to the Frozen Four. In Buffalo, the Wildcats beat the No. 1 ranked team in the nation, the Cornell Big Red, and Umile guided UNH to its second appearance in the national championship game vs. the Minnesota Golden Gophers. Junior goaltender Mike Ayers, senior forwards Lanny Gare and Colin Hemingway were named All-Americans in 2002-03, which marked the first time in school history three Wildcats earned that honor in the same season. In the 2001-02 season, the Wildcats posted 30 wins, which was the second highest total in the program’s history. The ‘Cats made their third appearance in the Frozen Four in a five year span. Umile was honored as both the Hockey East and New England Coach of the Year and led the Wildcats to the school’s first ever Hockey East tournament title at the FleetCenter in Boston, as well as the regular season title. UNH was also ranked No. 1 in the nation for six weeks in the regular season, including the final four weeks. Umile has coached nine Hobey Baker finalists and 26 All-Americans in his 20 years in Durham. His success at the collegiate level has helped several UNH alumni continue their careers in the National Hockey League including Derek Bekar, Eric Boguniecki,Ty Conklin, Darren Haydar, Jason Krog, Bryan Muir, Eric Nickulas, Mark Mowers, Daniel Winnik, Trevor Smith, Jamie Fritsch, James van Riemsdyk and Bobby Butler. In 1999-00, Umile guided the Wildcats to their fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and coached the senior class to a school record 107 wins. The Wildcats registered a 23-9-6 record and finished second in Hockey East with a 13-5-6 record. One highlight for Umile and the Wildcats included a No. 1 national ranking for the first time in school history. In 1998-99, the Wildcats posted a school best 31-7-3 overall record and earned UNH’s first outright Hockey East regular season championship with a league record of 18-3-3. After reaching the Frozen Four in 1998, UNH and Umile took it a step further in 1999 and reached the national championship game by defeating national power Michigan State, 5-3, in the semifinals. In what many consider one of the best title games in NCAA history, UNH outplayed Maine and held a commanding 48-38 shot advantage, but fell just short of the ultimate goal in overtime. In addition to guiding the amazing run through the national tournament, Umile also played a major role in UNH’s first recipient of the prestigious Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Jason Krog, a four-year player under Umile, was awarded the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the nation’s top player during the off day of the Frozen Four. In addition to Krog, who was also a Hobey Baker finalist in 1998, Umile has coached Hobey Baker finalists Mark Mowers (1998), Ty Conklin (2000, 2001), Darren Haydar (2002 - Hat Trick finalist) Steve Saviano (2004), Kevin Regan (2008) and Bobby Butler (2010). For his efforts during the 1998-99 season, Umile earned the Spencer T. Penrose Memorial Trophy as the top Division I hockey coach and earned New England and Hockey East Coach of the Year awards. During the 1997-98 season, Umile and the Wildcats advanced to the Frozen Four for the first time since 1982. UNH posted a 25-12-1 record overall and boasted an unprecedented two Hobey Baker Memorial Award finalists. Umile became the 12th coach in the history of New Hampshire hockey when he was promoted to the position on December 6, 1990. His 462 career victories at New Hampshire now ranks first ahead of Holt who was 347-232-18 (.596) in 20 seasons at the helm of the Wildcat hockey program. Umile returned to his alma mater before the 1988-89 season as an assistant coach and was named associate head coach prior to the 1989-90 campaign. An outstanding player at UNH, he captained the 1971-72 team that placed third at the ECAC playoffs and went 20-10. Umile enjoyed his finest seasons as a Wildcat his sophomore and junior seasons tallying a career-high 56 points. Umile was also honored with the Roger LeClerc Trophy during his sophomore year as the squad’s most valuable player. He recorded 60 goals and 84 assists for 144 points in just 87 career games. After graduating from UNH in 1972, Umile began his coaching career in the Massachusetts public school system in Wakefield and Melrose. He served as the head hockey coach at Watertown (Mass.) High School for 10 seasons and scouted for the St. Louis Blues in New England for two years. Guiding Watertown to two Middlesex League titles, he was also named the Boston Globe Division I Coach of the Year in 1984. Umile debuted in the collegiate coaching ranks at Providence College, where he coached for two seasons under former Friar mentor Mike McShane (UNH ‘71). Following his first season as the Wildcat head coach in 1991, Umile was honored with his first Bob Kullen Award as the Hockey East Coach of the Year. He was also the recipient of the Clark Hodder Award by the New England Hockey Writers Association as the New England Division I Coach of the Year. Also, he was selected the 1991 New England Division I Hockey Coach of the Year by the Gridiron Club of Greater Boston. Most recently, Umile was inducted into the Italian American Hall of Fame in 2007 and was honored by the Boy Scouts of America with the “Good Scout” award for his work in the New Hampshrie Seacoast community. In addition, Umile was named to the New Hampshire Legends of Hockey in 2009. Umile and Rose have three daughters: Katie; Courtney and husband Dave Cook, who are the parents of Cameron (6), Lily Rose (7) and Tyler (4); Kristin and husband Jim Haggerty, who are the parents of grandsons Charlie (8), Jack (10), Jamie (6) and most recently Quinn Robert (3).

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Umile Year-By-Year Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

Record 22-11-2 22-13-2 18-17-3 25-12-3 22-10-4 12-18-4 28-11-0 25-12-1 31-7-3 23-9-6 21-12-6 30-7-3 28-8-6 20-15-6 26-11-5 20-13-7 26-11-2 25-10-3 20-13-5 18-14-7 462-234-78

Win % .657 .622 .513 .663 .667 .412 .718 .671 .793 .684 .615 .788 .738 .560 .678 .590 .692 .697 .592 .551 .645

Conf. Record 10-9-2 13-6-2 11-11-2 13-9-2 14-6-4 8-12-4 18-6-0 15-8-1 18-3-3 13-5-6 11-8-5 17-4-3 15-5-4 10-8-6 15-5-4 14-7-6 18-7-2 19-5-3 15-8-4 15-6-6 282-138-69

Win .524 .667 .500 .583 .667 .417 .750 .646 .813 .667 .563 .771 .708 .542 .708 .629 .704 .759 .630 .667 .647

UmilE IN THE HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

Record 0-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-1-1 0-1-0 0-2-0 3-1-0 0-2-0 3-1-0 2-1-0 1-2-0 4-0-0 4-0-0 2-2-0 3-1-0 2-1-0 3-1-0 2-1-0 0-2-0 1-2-0 34-24-1

Result Quarterfinals Tournament Runner-up Fourth Place Tie-Third Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Tournament Runner-up Quarterfinals Tournament Runner Up HE Championships Quarterfinals Hockey East Champions Hockey East Champions HE Semifinals Tournament Runner-Up HE Semifinals Tournament Runner-Up HE Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

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Year 1991-92 1993-94 1994-95 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL

Record 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 3-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 12-16-0

Seed/Result No. 3/East Regional No. 3/East Reg. Final No. 3/East Regional No. 4/East Regional No. 5/Frozen Four No. 1/National Runner-up No. 3/West Regional No.1/Frozen Four No. 1/National Runner-up No. 3/Northeast Regional No.2/Northeast Regional No. 4/East Regional No. 1/Northeast Regional No. 1/West Regional No. 3/Northeast Regional No. 3/East Regional

UmilE AS A PLAYER Year 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 TOTAL:

GP 30 28 29 87

G 29 21 10 60

A 27 35 22 84

PTS 56 56 32 144

PIM 15-33 29-58 14-28 58-119

• Played for UNH from 1969-72 • Served as Captain for the 1971-72 squad • Earned the Roger A. LeClerc Trophy as the team’s Most Valuable Player for 1969-70 • Ranks 30th on the all-time UNH scoring list with 144 career points • Ranks 12th all-time at UNH with 1.66 points per game

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Associate Head Coach David Lassonde David Lassonde begins his 23rd season and 17th at the University of New Hampshire, which makes him the longest tenured assistant coach in the history of the men’s hockey program. Lassonde began coaching at UNH in 1988 serving as the team’s goaltending coach. During his tenure Lassonde has mentored a pair of Hobey Baker finalists in Ty Conklin and Kevin Regan as well as five All-Americans in Conklin, Regan, Mike Ayers, Jeff Levy and, most recently, Brian Foster. In between his two stays in Durham, he spent three years at both the University of Wisconsin and Miami University. During his 23 years of collegiate coaching, he has been to five Frozen Fours and 16 NCAA Tournaments. As a member of Coach Umile’s staff, Lassonde is primarily responsible for coaching the Wildcat defensemen and goaltenders. Lassonde’s other on-ice duties include assisting Umile in all aspects of practice preparation and implementation, especially as it relates to the program’s defensive systems. Off ice, Lassonde coordinates the UNH video program and his experience has also played a key role in UNH’s recruitment of many of its national caliber players. In 2007, Lassonde was recognized by the American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) with the Terry Flanagan Award, which is given annually to an assistant coach who has demonstrated a superior body of work during his/her career. In addition, he was inducted into the Rochester (N.H.) Sports Hall of Fame for his achievements as an athlete and coach. During the summer months, Lassonde works for the New England District in its Player Development programs. He has coached at numerous USA Hockey district and national festivals, and was an assistant on the US Under18 team that competed in the 2005 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournamnet in Slovakia. He has also coached for the past 18 years at Stan Mikita’s School for the Hearing Impaired in Chicago, Ill. He serves as On Ice Director for the very successful Dick Umile Hockey School and coordinates all aspects of the school’s schedule. Recently, Lassonde became a mentor for the USA Hockey Warren Strelow Goaltending Mentor Program. The Rochester, N.H. native graduated cum laude from Providence College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History Education and played goal for the Friars from 1981-83 under current New Jersey Devils President and General Manager Lou Lamoriello. Coach Lassonde resides in Durham and graduated from, played for, and taught at Spaulding High School (Rochester, N.H.).

Coach L A S S O N D E Y ear-by-Y ear 1988-1991 UNH......................................Assistant Coach 1991-1994 Wisconsin............................Assistant Coach 1994-1997 Miami (Ohio)......................Assistant Coach 1997-2002 UNH......................................Assistant Coach 2002-present UNH................................Assoc. Head Coach

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Lassonde accepts the Terrry Flanagan Award in 2007: (from L-R: Scott Borek, Brian McCloskey, David Lassonde, Dick Umile)

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Associate Head Coach Scott Borek Scott Borek begins his ninth season with the Wildcat hockey program. As an Associate Head Coach, Borek serves as the Wildcats’ Recruiting Coordinator. While Borek assists Coach Umile in all aspects of Wildcat hockey, his primary responsibility lies in coaching the Cats’ offensive aspects of the game. He works with the forwards as well as the team’s power play units. Borek’s coaching career began as a result of an injury to his neck during his sophomore campaign at Dartmouth College. While the injury ended a promising playing career, it served as motivation to begin a coaching career that has now lasted over 26 years. At Dartmouth, Borek became the program’s second assistant, working alongside current Dartmouth Head Coach, Bob Gaudet. He coached the junior varsity team while assisting with the varsity. After two years at Dartmouth, Borek moved on to Providence College where he worked with UNH alum Mike McShane and current Wildcat Head Coach Dick Umile. After helping to rebuild a Providence team back into a national contender, Borek moved across town to join former Big Green partner Bob Gaudet at Brown University. Here Borek’s recruiting efforts were instrumental in moving Brown from a 1-25 record in his first season to a national tournament berth when his first recruiting class became seniors. Borek left Brown to become the Head Coach at Colby College, where he was a finalist for the Eddie Jeremiah National Division III Coach of the Year Award in 1994. From Waterville, Maine, Borek moved to Lake Superior State University, first as the Associate Head Coach for Coach Jeff Jackson. After one year Borek was named the Lakers’ Head Coach, a position he held for five years. As a Laker, Borek was the CCHA Coach of the Year and a National Coach of the Year finalist (Spencer Penrose) in 1999-00. Prior to joining Coach Umile on the Wildcats’ staff, Borek served one season as the Head Coach of the New England College Pilgrims in Henniker, NH. At NEC Borek coached former Wildcat Travis Banga who would attain All-America honors as a Pilgrim. Borek is a 1985 graduate of Dartmouth College, where he received his B.A. in English. Scott is married to Cheryl (Stahl), a former women’s ice hockey and soccer player at Brown University. They are the proud parents of four children -- Madeline (17), Gordon (16), Charley (14) and Owen (11)-- and currently reside in Durham.

C oach B orek Y ear - by-Y ear 1983-1885 Dartmouth.........................Assistant Coach 1985-1988 Providence.........................Assistant Coach 1988-1990 Brown...................................Assistant Coach 1990-1992 Brown.............................Assoc. Head Coach 1992-1995 Colby College........................... Head Coach 1995-1996 Lake Superior..............Assoc. Head Coach 1996-2001 Lake Superior........................... Head Coach 2001-2002 New England College............ Head Coach 2002-present UNH................................Assoc. Head Coach

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Tim Churchard- Sports Psychologist Tim Churchard enters his eighth season in the capacity of working with the team in the area of Sports Psychology. Churchard works on a one-on-one basis with the athletes, helping them achieve maximum performance through psychological and psycho-physiological preparation. Churchard spent seven seasons as the Wildcats’ volunteer assistant coach. Churchard’s primary responsibilities included on-ice practices and working with the Wildcat defensive corps. Churchard played at UNH as a member of the varsity squad from 1963-65. He played under A. Barr “Whoop” Snively. Churchard was a multi-sport athlete as he also played running back for the football team under Chief Boston and Andy Mooradian. He earned his undergraduate degree from UNH in Liberal Arts in 1967 before embarking on a career in education and human resource management/consultation. A native of Saugus, Mass., Churchard was a three-time league all-star and all-state selection as a senior at Saugus High School. He captained the hockey team and served as a co-captain of the football squad his senior year and was inducted into the Saugus Hall of Fame in 1990. Churchard’s coaching career began at his hometown high school. He assisted the Saugus hockey program from 1970-73, he went on to assist Spaulding High School in Rochester and later served as head coach at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. He earned his Master’s Degree in Education from Salem State in 1972 and a GAGS in Education in 1984 from UNH. Churchard began teaching at UNH in 1984, serving as an instructor in the education department. In addition to those duties, he has also been an instructor at UNH’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics since 1991.

Colin Shank- Asst. AD - Hockey Operations

Colin Shank enters his ninth season with the UNH men’s hockey program and his second season as the Asst. Athletic Director for Hockey Operations, after being elevated to his career position in the summer of 2009. Shank’s primary responsibilities include the various day to day needs of the men’s hockey program. Specifically he handles the teams travel, meals, equipment, and supervision of student managers. Shank also assists the coaching staff in other areas such as practices, scheduling of ice times, budgeting, and coordination with visiting teams. Shank was the 2005 winner of the Charles Holt Coaches’ Award for his significant contributions to the team both on and off the ice. He was one of just two non-players in UNH hockey history to be honored at the annual awards banquet. In addition, he was the 2008 President’s Award winner from the Friends of UNH Hockey. Shank earned his graduate degree in Recreation Administration in May of 2007 and owns a B.S. degree in Kinesiology he received from UNH in 2005. Shank also gained valuable experience in team services as a freshman with the Wildcat men’s basketball team, serving as one of three team managers. He primarily assisted with practices and home game management. He is a 2001 graduate of Yarmouth High School, where he lettered in basketball and volleyball. Shank is a native of Yarmouth, Maine. Shank resides in Portsmouth, N.H.

ALL-TIME UNH ASSISTANT COACHES

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Robin Tellor Bob Norton Bob Norton Bob Norton Bob Norton Bob Norton Bob Norton Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Dave O’Connor Wayne Wilson Dick Umile Dick Umile David Lassonde Chris Serino Brian McCloskey Brian McCloskey Brian McCloskey Brian McCloskey

Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Bob Kullen Sean Coady Sean Coady Sean Coady David Lassonde Dave O’Connor Chris Serino Jim Tortorella Chris Serino Chris Serino

Cap Raeder Cap Raeder

Bill Beaney

Greg Moffett

David Lassonde

George White

Tim Churchard Ed Arrington

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Sean Andrake Jarad Gray

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Brian McCloskey David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde David Lassonde

Josh Carter Mat Myers

Chris Serino Chris Serino Brian McCloskey Brian McCloskey Brian McCloskey Brian McCloskey Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek Scott Borek

Mike Doneghy Tim Churchard Tim Churchard Tim Churchard Tim Churchard Tim Churchard Tim Churchard

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Season Outlook Back-to-back trips to the NCAA regional finals have the Wildcats hungry and ready to once again make a push towards the program’s first national championship. Last season, after a slow start, Head Coach Dick Umile’s Wildcats grabbed control of the top spot in the Hockey East standings, led for the final 16 weeks of the regular season and captured its third league regular-season title in the last four seasons. The Wildcats advanced to the NCAA tournament for the ninthstraight season, second to only Michigan. New Hampshire returns 21 letterwinners including experience in all phases of the game and could be primed for a deep run in a highly competitive Hockey East. Defense: One of the keys to New Hampshire’s success could be its experience on defense. UNH returners five blueline starters and six skaters that saw significant time in 2009-10. Anchored by junior All-American Blake Kessel (Verona, Wis.), the ‘Cats defense was stingy down the stretch and proved it could contribute offensively as well. Kessel finished second in the nation in defensive scoring (38 points) and was a Hockey East All-Star first team honoree. Seniors Matt Campanale (Chester Springs, Pa.) and Mike Beck (Long Beach, Calif.) add veteran leadership, as both players were mainstays in the New Hampshire lineup last season. Campanale, an alternate captain, had 12 points in 39 games and was a +7, while Beck put up sven points and was a +11. Junior Damon Kipp (Salmon Arms, British Columbia, pictured right) appeared in all 39 games and was second to Kessel in defensive scoring with 16 points. Sophomores Brett Kostolansky (Denver, Colo.) and Connor Hardowa (Edmonton, Alberta) saw significant time on the ice for the Wildcats. Kostolansky was on UNH’s top defensive pair and tallied 12 assists, while Hardowa played in 29 games with two assists. Fellow sophomore Ansel Ivens-Anderson (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) could compete for ice time defensively and has stepped up to the Wildcat offense on occasion. Rounding out the defensive core are freshmen Eric Knodel (West Chester, Pa.) and Justin Agosta (East Meadow, N.Y.). Knodel, a fifth-round pick of the Toronto Maple Leafs, adds size at 6-6, while Agosta is a scoring threat from the blueline with 22 points last season in split time between the USHL and EJHL. Forwards: While losing Hobey Baker “Hat Trick” finalist Bobby Butler will be a hurdle for UNH, the team returns 12 forwards that combined for 68 goals and 177 points a year ago. Senior captain Mike Sislo (Superior, Wis.) ended 2009-10 on an offensive tear. Sislo is one of two Wildcats with 68 career points entering the 2010-11 season and the sniper will be asked to shoulder an additional load with the loss of Butler and Peter LeBlanc. The other senior with 68 points is Phil DeSimone (East Amherst, N.Y.). DeSimone, Paul Thompson (Derry, N.H., pictured below) and Butler formed one of the nation’s top lines a year ago. Thompson is the team’s top returning scorer with 39 points (19 goals, 20 assists) in 39 games, while DeSimone is just behind that mark with 37 points (10g, 27a). Another senior that has emerged as a staple in the Wildcat lineup is Greg Manz (Wayne, Pa.). Manz played in 32 games with a pair of goals and an assist, all in Hockey East play, in 2009-10 A trio of junior forwards all bring unique skills and add depth to New Hampshire’s offensive attack. The speedy right winger Stevie Moses (Leominster, Mass.) racked up 24 points on six goals and 18 assists and was a +11 on the season. Mike Borisenok (Watervliet, N.Y.) emerged as a sure-handed centerman for the ‘Cats. He put up 15 points and played in all 39 games a year ago. Kevin McCarey (Baldwinsville, N.Y.) also saw an increase in his role in 2009-10. He played in 29 games with six points. Five players looking to make similar step-ups during their sophomore seasons are Austin Block (Thousand Oaks, Calif.), Greg Burke (Lee, N.H.), John Henrion (Holden, Mass.), Scott Pavelski (Plover, Wis.) and Dalton Speelman (San Jose, Calif.). As a group they combined for 24 points and several memorable goals during the 2009-10 campaign. Three freshmen looking to compete for time in Coach Umile’s top lines are Kevin Goumas (Lake Worth, Fla.), Jeff Silengo (Madison, Conn.) and Nick

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Season Outlook Sorkin (Rockville, Md.). Goumas scored 41 points in 59 games a year ago with the Indiana Ice of the USHL. Silengo registered 16 points in 55 games with the Sioux City Musketeers of the USHL, while Sorkin, who split time with Sioux City and Waterloo of the USHL, tallied 34 points in 53 games a year ago and was one of the elite high school hockey players in Maryland in 2008-09. Goaltenders: Junior Matt DiGirolamo (Ambler, Pa., pictured right) will take over the reins in net for the Wildcats, after serving as backup to All-American Brian Foster for the past two seasons. DiGirolamo is 2-2-1 in eight career games player including a 1-0-0 record last season. Backing up DiGirolamo are junior Tyler Scott (Ridgefield, Conn.) and freshman Jeff Wyer (Reading, Mass.). Wyer, a highly touted Massachusetts goaltending prospect, played last season for the Valley Junior Warriors of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL). Scott, like DiGirolamo, backup Foster for the past two seasons and added valuable depth to the New Hampshire crease. Schedule: The Wildcats will open the 2010-11 season at home with an exhibition match against St. Francis Xavier on Saturday, Oct. 2 (7 p.m.) and will officially kick off the regular season with a two-game road series against Miami University (Ohio) Oct. 8 (7:30 p.m.) and Oct. 9 (7 p.m.). The RedHawks went to the Frozen Four in each of the last two seasons and spent most of the 2009-10 season as the nation’s top team, including earning the top overall seed in the NCAA tournament. UNH opens its open slate against the one of college hockey’s most storied programs as Michigan comes in on Oct. 16 (7 p.m.) for a single game. The Wolverines have been to an unprecedented 20-straight NCAA tournaments and their nine national championships are the best of any program in the country. New Hampshire opens its Hockey East slate on the road at Northeastern on Oct. 22 (7:30 p.m.). The Wildcats return to the road to play Cornell. Last year, New Hampshire ended the Big Red’s season with a 6-2 win in the NCAA tournament, while Cornell won at UNH, 5-2, in January of last season. The ‘Cats return to conference play with a trip to national champion Boston College on Nov. 5 (7 p.m.), followed by a single game at UMass-Lowell on Nov. 6 (7 p.m.). New Hampshire will then play five of the final six games of the month at home, starting with a two-game set with Massachusetts (Nov. 12-13), followed by a home-and-home series with Boston University (Nov. 19-20), a non-conference tilt against Brown (Nov. 23) and ending with Merrimack College at home (Nov. 27). The Wildcats will play at UMass-Lowell (Dec. 2) and Maine (Dec. 10) and will entertain Vermont (Dec. 5) in the month of December before taking their annual semester break. UNH will leave Hockey East play twice in January with a single game against St. Lawrence on Jan. 2 (4 p.m.) at Whittemore Center and a meeting with intrastate foe Dartmouth College in the 10th annual “Battle for the RiverStone Cup” on Jan. 15 (7 p.m.) at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H. The Wildcats will cap off their regular-season with a home-and-home series with Boston College on March 4-5.

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No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 35 39

Name (Draft) Tyler Scott Connor Hardowa Austin Block Damon Kipp Eric Knodel (TOR) Greg Manz Dalton Speelman Scott Pavelski Justin Agosta Mike Borisenok Brett Kostolansky John Henrion Paul Thompson Jeff Silengo Mike Sislo Blake Kessel (NYI) Nick Sorkin Stevie Moses Kevin McCarey Matt Campanale Mike Beck Greg Burke (WASH) Kevin Goumas Ansel Ivens-Anderson Matt DiGirolamo Jeff Wyer Phil DeSimone (WASH)

Head Coach: Associate Head Coaches: Sports Psychology: Asst. AD for Hockey Operations: Strength Coach: Athletic Trainer: Administrative Assistant: Student Athletic Trainers: Student Managers:

Cl. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. (C) Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. (A) Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr.

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

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Ht. 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-6 6-1 5-10 5-10 6-3 5-8 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-3 5-9 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-1

Wt. 197 210 180 205 225 190 185 185 210 165 180 205 205 179 188 205 175 170 195 195 197 205 160 195 165 185 184

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

DOB 4/22/89 11/15/89 10/10/89 4/9/88 6/8/90 5/26/88 2/9/90 10/11/88 10/9/90 2/25/88 1/27/90 1/19/91 11/30/88 2/26/90 1/20/88 4/13/89 6/3/91 8/9/89 3/24/90 2/14/88 4/10/86 5/1/90 11/19/91 9/9/89 6/9/88 7/5/91 3/19/87

Dick Umile (New Hampshire, ‘72) David Lassonde (Providence, ‘84) Scott Borek (Dartmouth, ‘85) Tim Churchard (New Hampshire, ‘67) Colin Shank (New Hampshire, ‘05) Paul Chapman (Dickinson State, ‘90) Glenn Riefenstahl (Keene State, ‘87) Yvette Auger (Pierce, ‘70) Katie Ford, Caleb Couture Sean Andrake, Josh Carter, Jarad Gray, Mat Myers

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY STATE/PROVINCE Alberta (1): Hardowa- Edmonton British Columbia (1): Kipp- Salmon Arm California (3): Beck- Long Beach, Block- Thousand Oaks, Speelman- San Jose Colorado (1): Kostolansky- Denver Connecticut (2): Silengo- Madison, Scott- Ridgefield Florida (1): Goumas- Lake Worth Massachusetts (3): Henrion- Holden, Moses- Leominster, Wyer- Reading Maryland (1): Sorkin- Rockville New Hampshire (2): Burke- Lee, Thompson- Derry New York (5): Agosta- East Meadow, Borisenok- Watervliet, DeSimone- East Amherst, Ivens-Anderson- Pound Ridge, McCarey- Baldwinsville Pennsylvania (4): Campanale- Chester Springs, DiGirolamo- Ambler, ManzWayne, Knodel- West Chester Wisconsin (3): Kessel- Verona, Pavelski- Plover, Sislo- Superior

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Hometown/Last Team (League) Ridgefield, Conn./South Kent Edmonton, Alberta/Spruce Grove (AJHL) Thousand Oaks, Calif./Fairbanks (NAHL) Salmon Arm, B.C./Salmon Arm (BCHL) West Chester, Pa./Des Moines (USHL) Wayne, Pa./Choate Rosemary Hall San Jose, Calif./Green Bay (USHL) Plover, Wis./Waterloo (USHL) East Meadow, N.Y./Jersey (EJHL) Watervliet, N.Y./Green Bay (USHL) Denver, Colo./Chicago (USHL) Holden, Mass./U.S. National Development Derry, N.H./New Hampshire (EJHL) Madison, Conn./Sioux City (USHL) Superior, Wis./Green Bay (USHL) Verona, Wis./Waterloo (USHL) Rockville, Md./Sioux City (USHL) Leominster, Mass./Jr. Bruins (EJHL) Baldwinsville, N.Y./U.S. National Dev. Chester Springs, Pa./Green Mountain (EJHL) Long Beach, Calif./Sioux City (USHL) Lee, N.H./Cedar Rapids (USHL) Lake Worth, Fla./Indiana (USHL) Pound Ridge, N.Y./Jersey (EJHL) Ambler, Pa./Waterloo (USHL) Reading, Mass./Valley Jr. (EJHL) East Amherst, N.Y./Sioux City (USHL)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE a--GUS-tah.................................................................Justin Agosta BORIS-nee-OK.......................................................Mike Borisenok CAMP-AN-L-E..................................................... Matt Campanale DEE-GEER-AL A MOE....................................... Matt DiGirolamo GOO-mus..................................................................Kevin Goumas Har-doh-uh........................................................ Connor Hardowa Hen-ree-in..................................................................John Henrion ant-zul Eve-ins.......................................Ansel Ivens-Anderson Kah-No-Del.................................................................... Eric Knodel Puh-vel-ski................................................................ Scott Pavelski Speel-man..........................................................Dalton Speelman Why-er..................................................................................Jeff Wyer You-MILL-ee..................................Richard Umile (Head Coach) lah-SAWND........................Lassonde (Associate Head Coach) Boar-ick.................................... Borek (Associate Head Coach)

ROSTER BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Freshmen (6): Agosta, Goumas, Knodel, Silengo, Sorkin, Wyer Sophomores (8): Block, Burke, Hardowa, Henrion, IvensAnderson, Kostolansky, Pavelski, Speelman Juniors (7): Borisenok, DiGirolamo, Kessel, Kipp, McCarey, Moses, Scott Seniors (6): Beck, Campanale, DeSimone, Manz, Sislo, Thompson

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SENIOR • CAPTAIN • FORWARD • 5-11 • 188 SUPERIOR, WIS. • GREEN BAY (USHL) 2009-10: Sislo skated in all 39 games for the Wildcats… Registered 29 points on 15 assists and 14 goals… Ranked second on the team with four power-play goals… Ranked first on the squad with two short-handed scores… Posted 13 assists and nine goals in Hockey East play… Registered multiple points in seven games... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Before UNH: Sislo skated for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL, notching 49 points (23g, 26a) in 60 games, after a six point season in 57 games in 05-06...He ranked second of the team in goals scored. Personal: Born in Duluth, Minnesota on January 20, 1988 to Brian and Karen Sislo...Shoots right...A health management and policy major...His Uncle, Mike Gotelaere played for the UMD Bulldogs...The athlete he admires the most is Brett Favre...Aside from hockey, he enjoys golf, hunting and fishing.

2008-09: Sislo earned the Most Improved Player Award in his second season in Durham…Totaled 31 points, which was the second most on the team, on a team-high 19 goals and 12 assists… Hidden in those totals are six power-play goals, two short-handed goals and two game-winners...Named Hockey East Player of the Week (Dec. 15)…Named INCH National Player of the Week (Dec. 16)…Selected as Hockey East Player of the Month for December…Ranked second in Hockey East in shorthanded goals and seventh in goals…Ranked 19th nationally in goals per game… Notched a Whittemore Center record six-point (4g, 2a) effort Dec. 11 versus Holy Cross… Recorded seven multi-point efforts including putting up a goal and two assists in UNH’s 6-5 win over North Dakota in the NCAAs. 2007-08: Sislo skated in all 38 games, recording three goals and five assists for eight points along the way…Tallied his first collegiate point in a Nov. 10 win versus Boston College…Potted his first career goal Feb. 1 at Vermont…Had a multiple-assist night Jan. 12 versus UMass-Amherst. Career Milestones: Career high: six points on Dec. 11, 2008 vs. Holy Cross; first assist: Nov. 10, 2007 vs. BC; first goal: Feb. 1, 2008 at Vermont.

Sislo’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

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GP 38 38 39 115

G 3 19 14 36

A 5 12 15 32

Pts 8 31 29 68

+/- PIM E 6-12 +9 6-12 -6 10-20 +3 22-44

PPG SHG 0 0 6 2 4 2 10 4

GWG 0 2 1 3

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SENIOR • ALTERNATE CAPTAIN • DEFENSE • 5-11 • 195 CHESTER SPRINGS, PA. • GREEN MOUNTAIN (EJHL)

2009-10: Campanale skated in all 39 games for the ‘Cats… Posted 12 points on nine assists and three goals… Registered multiple points in two games… Tallied a season-high two assists against Boston University (11/20)… Put up a +7 plus/minus rating for the year… Scored one power-play goal and registered 18 blocks. 2008-09: Campanale notched his first point March 7 versus Vermont… Played in 22 games including the final 18 games of the season.

Personal: Born in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1988 to Larry and Lisa Campanale...Shoots left... Majoring in business...Mother Lisa played field hockey at Ursinus College, while his brother Chris played hockey at American International College, while is younger brother Nick is currently at AIC as well...Athlete he admires the most is Brady Quinn.

2007-08: Campanale played in six games during his freshman season with the Wildcats…One of four freshmen to make the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Career Milestones: Career high two points vs. Cornell Jan. 3, 2010... First assist: March 7, 2009 at Vermont... First goal: Jan. 3, 2010 vs. Cornell. Before UNH: Campanale skated his final two seasons for the Green Mountain Glades of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL)...He played in 43 games posting 33 points (8g, 25a) as the Glades leading defensive scorer and ranked fourth among league blueliners in scoring... Campanale was an EJHL First-Team All-Star selection in 2006-07.

Campanale’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 6 22 39 67

G 0 0 3 3

A 0 1 9 10

Pts 0 1 12 13

+/- +1 -3 +7 +5

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PIM 0-0 3-6 5-10 8-16

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

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SENIOR • DEFENSE • 6-0 • 197 LONG BEACH, CALIF. • SIOUX CITY (USHL)

2009-10: Beck played in 37 games… Tallied seven points on six assists and one goal… Posted a +11 plus/minus rating and registered 15 blocks.

Personal: Born in Long Beach, California on April 10, 1986 to Gary and Christine Beck..Shoots right...Aside from playing hockey, he enjoys surfing, golfing and fishing... Lists Hulk Hogan as his favorite athlete...A political science major.

2008-09: Beck played in 11 games… Tallied his first collegiate point Jan. 4 at Maine with an assist on the first goal of the game. 2007-08: Beck saw action in one game on Dec. 16 versus Maine. Career Milestones: First goal: March 6, 2010 at Boston College... First assist: Jan. 4, 2009 at Maine. Before UNH: Beck played four seasons in the United States Hockey League, including his final two seasons for the Sioux City Musketeers for coach Dave Siciliano...During his final season, Beck recorded 41 points (7g, 34a) in 56 games as the fifth leading defensive scorer in the league... His +19 plus/minus rating was a team best among defensemen and he was named Sioux City’s Defensive Player of the Year in 06-07...Beck also went to the conference finals with the Danville Wings in 03-04 and made the playoffs with the Indiana Wings in 04-05.

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GP 1 11 37 49

G 0 0 1 1

A 0 1 6 7

Pts +/- PIM 0 E 1-2 1 -3 6-12 7 +11 14-28 8 +8 21-42

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0 0

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PHIL DESIMONE 39

SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • 188 EAST AMHERST, N.Y. • SIOUX CITY (USHL)

2009-10: DeSimone skated in all 39 games for New Hampshire… Racked up 37 points on 27 assists and 10 goals … His assist total ranked second on the team… Registered two game-winning goals, a total that ranked third on the team… Registered multiple points in nine games… Posted a season-high three points against both Merrimack (11/28) and Providence (2/12)… Tallied one goal in overtime, making him one of just three ‘Cats to score in the extra frame… Notched one power-play goal and one short-handed score... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Personal: Born in Buffalo, New York on March 19, 1987 to Phil and Cindy DeSimone...Shoots left... a health management major...Athlete he admires the most is Alexi Kovalev. NHL Rights: DeSimone was drafted by the Washington Capitals with the 84th pick in the third round of the 2007 NHL Draft.

2008-09: DeSimone set benchmarks in goals (seven) and assists (11) and is the fourth-leading returning scorer with 18 points… Played in all 38 games for the Wildcats, scoring in 16 games with a pair of multi-point performances… Tallied a goal and an assist against Dartmouth on Jan. 17 and registered two assists against Providence on Feb. 13. 2007-08: DeSimone registered 13 points (3g, 10a) while playing in all 38 games…Recorded his first collegiate point Nov. 2 at Northeastern…Had three multiple-assist efforts Nov. 26 versus Brown, Nov. 30 versus UMassLowell and Jan. 6 versus St. Lawrence…Scored his first collegiate goal Jan. 4 at Merrimack when he potted the game winner. Career Milestones: Career high three assists at Providence on Feb. 12, 2010... First goal Jan. 4, 2008 at Merrimack... First assist Nov. 2, 2007 at Northeastern. Before UNH: DeSimone was a three-year veteran of the USHL playing with Sioux City...DeSimone, the 06-07 USHL Player of the Year, scored 73 points (26g, 47a) in 60 games with a +13 plus/minus rating...He served as the Musketeers captain last year and was the assistant captain in the 05-06 season...DeSimone was also a USHL First-Team All-Star in his final season with Sioux City.

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GP 38 38 39 115

G 3 7 10 20

A 10 11 27 48

Pts 13 18 37 68

+/- PIM +3 14-28 -6 19-46 +6 19-38 +3 52-112

PPG SHG 1 0 2 0 1 1 4 1

GWG 2 1 2 5

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GREG MANZ 7

SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • 190 WAYNE, PA. • CHOATE ROSEMARY HALL (NEPSAC)

2009-10: Manz appeared in 32 games for New Hampshire… Notched three points on two goals and one assist… Tallied the game-winning goal on Dec. 6 against Vermont... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team; a three-time academic team honoree.

Personal: Born in New Haven, Connecticut on May 26, 1988 to Paul and Karen Manz...Shoots left...Majoring in political science...His favorite athlete is Chase Utley, while the person he admires most in sports is Pat Tillman.

2008-09: Manz played in six games including both games at the NCAA Northeast Regional… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 2007-08: Manz played in seven games during his freshman season with the Wildcats…Recorded his first collegiate goal Feb. 1 at Vermont…Made the Hockey East All-Academic team. Career Milestones: First goal: Feb. 1, 2008 at Vermont... First assist: Nov. 20, 2009 vs. Boston Univ. Before UNH: Manz skated for Choate Rosemary Hall in the New England Prep School league in 06-07 for coach Pat Dennehy...He tallied 30 points (17g, 13a) in 22 contests and was a First-Team Founders League AllStar...Manz played Midget hockey for the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers with current Wildcats Matt Campanale and Matt DiGirolamo.

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GP 7 6 32 45

G 1 0 2 3

A 0 0 1 1

Pts 1 0 3 4

+/- E -1 -5 -6

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

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 1 1

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PAUL THOMPSON 17

SENIOR • FORWARD • 6-1 • 205 DERRY, N.H. • NEW HAMPSHIRE (EJHL) 2009-10: Thompson skated in all 39 games for UNH… Second behind only Bobby Butler on the team with 39 points on 20 assists and 19 goals… Ranked 10th in Hockey East play in total points… Ranked fourth in goals and ninth in total points in Hockey East play… Scored four goals on power plays… Tallied four game-winning goals, a total that ranked first on the team… Posted the game-winner in a 4-3 overtime victory over Merrimack (1/30) and potted the game-winner in an NCAA win over Cornell (3/26)… Tied a career-high two assists against Providence (2/19)… Posted multiple points in 10 games… Named the Co-MVP in the Battle for the RiverStone Cup against Dartmouth (1/16) tallying two goals and an assist to lead the ‘Cats past the Big Green 5-2... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

the Year in 06-07 scoring 94 points (51g, 43a) in 50 games... Thompson was a First-Team EJHL All-Star and averaged over one goal per game last season...He played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Pinkerton Academy and is a cousin of former Wildcat Mike Souza. Personal: Born in Methuen, Massachusetts on November 30, 1988 to Paul and Susan Thompson...Shoots right...A health management and policy major...Cousin, Mike Souza, played hockey for UNH from 1996-2000 and currently plays in Europe...Aside from playing hockey, he enjoys golf and boating...The people he admires the most are his parents.

2008-09: Thompson tallied nine points (4g, 5a) in 27 games played… Dished out a pair of assists in a 6-5 overtime win over Vermont in the regular-season finale… Netted a goal in the first game of the season against Wisconsin and had a point in eight games. 2007-08: Thompson ranked third in rookie scoring for the ‘Cats with 12 points (6g, 6a)…Scored his first career hat trick Nov. 17 at Providence…Also had a career-high five points that night with two assists…His third goal of the contest won the game in overtime…Had another multiple-point effort Nov. 2 at Northeastern…Named Hockey East Rookie of the Month in November. Career Milestones: Career high: five points on Nov. 17, 2007 at PC... First assist Nov. 2, 2007 vs. Northeastern... First goal Oct. 27, 2007 vs. Colorado College. Before UNH: Thompson was a member of the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs of the EJHL from 2005-07...He was the EJHL Player of the Year and EJHL Offensive Player of

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GP 35 27 39 101

G 6 4 19 29

A 6 5 20 31

Pts +/- PIM 12 +1 11-22 9 -3 11-22 39 +12 12-24 60 +10 34-68

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 4 1 4 1

GWG 2 1 4 7

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MIKE BORISENOK 14

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-8 • 165 WATERVLIET, N.Y. • GREEN BAY (USHL) 2009-10: Borisenok played in all 39 games for the ‘Cats… Posted 15 points on nine assists and six goals… Three of his six goals came on power plays… Posted a career-high three points on one goal and two assists against Maine (10/24)… Tallied two points on one goal and one assist against then-first ranked Miami (10/16)… Posted 10 blocks. 2008-09: Borisenok saw action in 11 games during his rookie season… Scored his first career goal Nov. 22 versus Providence College… Missed much of the second half of the season with illness.

Personal: Born in Albany, New York on February 25, 1988 to Walter and Michelle Borisenok...Shoots leftt...Majoring in business...Aside from hockey he enjoys lacrosse, golf, fishing and playing guitar...Lists Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete and John Wooden as his most admired person in sports...Had numerous connections to his UNH teammates prior to arriving in Durham...Played in Waterloo with Kessel and DiGirolamo, played in Green Bay with Sislo, for the 2005 USA Hockey Select 17’s with Paul Thompson and for the Junior Bruins with Moses.

Career Milestones: Career high three points Oct. 24, 2009 vs. Maine... First goal Nov. 22, 2008 vs. Providence... First assist Jan. 30, 2009 vs. Vermont. Before UNH: Borisenok played two seasons with the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League (USHL)...His final season, he skated in 46 games and totaled 39 points on 15 goals and 24 assists and was voted Gamblers’ Most Valuable Player...Was the team’s leading scorer despite missing 14 games with injury...Before his time with the Gamblers, had a stint with the Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL...Over the course of his career, Borisenok played in 152 games and tallied 29 goals and 40 assists for a total of 69 points.

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GP 11 39 50

G 1 6 7

A 1 9 10

Pts 2 15 17

+/- E -2 -2

PIM 0-0 5-10 5-10

PPG SHG 0 0 3 0 3 0

GWG 0 0 0

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MATT DIGIROLAMO 30

JUNIOR • GOALIE • 5-9 • 160 AMBLER, PA. • WATERLOO (USHL)

2009-10: DiGirolamo saw action in three games, including one start in net for the Wildcats… Posted a 1-0-0 record on the season … Racked up 92:42 in net… Compiled 48 saves… Owned a .908 save percentage and a 3.24 goals against average... Stopped a career-high 32 shots in a 4-3 win over Providence on Dec. 11. 2008-09: DiGirolamo was the second goaltender on the UNH depth chart… Played in five games and picked up his first collegiate win in a relief appearance on Dec. 11 against Holy Cross… Stopped 22 shots and earned a tie in his collegiate debut at Northeastern on Nov. 1… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Personal: Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 9, 1988 to John and Mary Ann DiGirolamo...Catches left...A business major...His brother John played baseball at Mount St. Mary’s and in a professional Italian Baseball League...Aside from hockey he enjoys baseball and golf...His favorite athlete is Brian Dawkins and the person he admires most outside of sports is his father John...Played in Waterloo with Kessel, Pavelski and Borisenok.

Career Milestones: Career-high 32 saves at Providence on Dec. 12, 2009. First win: Dec. 11, 2008 vs. Holy Cross. Before UNH: DiGirolamo played in 75 games over his last two years for the Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL...During his final season with Waterloo, he posted a 25-12 record in 42 games, a win total that ranked third in the USHL...During that year, the USHL all-star notched 879 saves and had a goals-against-average of just 2.41, which ranked fourth in the league...Helped lead the Blackhawks to the championship game where they lost in overtime...In the season prior, had a 22-9 record to go along with a total of 735 saves and a save percentage of .905...Was awarded USHL Goalie of the Week three times in the 2007-08 season and twice in the 2006-07 season.

DIGIROLAMO’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 5 3 8

Min 218:57 92:42 311:39

W-L-T 1-2-1 1-0-0 2-2-1

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Save% SO .833 0 .908 0 .858 0

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BLAKE KESSEL 20

JUNIOR • DEFENSE • 6-2 • 205 VERONA, WIS. • WATERLOO (USHL)

2009-10: Kessel was tabbed an RBK All-America Second Team selection and was a Hockey East All-Star First Team honoree... A New England All-Star selection, he ranked second in the nation in defensive scoring with 38 points (10g, 28a)... His 28 assists were the most by a Wildcat blueliner since Jayme Filipowicz (30) in the 1998-99 season... Had a knack for scoring big goals, including a pair of late game-tying goals against Northeastern (2/26) and Boston College (3/5) on back-to-back weekends and a dramatic game-winning goal against UMass-Lowell in early December... Led Hockey East in defensive scoring with 36 points and his 26 assists were fifth among all players in the league... Dished out a career-high four assists in a win over in-state rival Dartmouth College, earning co-MVP honors... Was named a semifinalist for the Walter Brown award.

Personal: Born in Madison, Wisconsin on April 13, 1989 to Phil and Kathy Kessel...Shoots right...Majoring in sports studies...His brother Phil plays for the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL), his sister Amanda is on the hockey team at the University of Minnesota, cousin David Moss plays for the Calgary Flames (NHL), while his father Phil played football for the Washington Redskins (NFL) and Calgary Sampede (CFL)...Aside from hockey he enjoys golfing and fishing...His favorite athlete is Nicklas Lidstrom...Played in Waterloo with UNH teammates DiGirolamo, Borisenok and Pavelski. NHL Rights: Kessel was selected in the sixth round of the 2007 NHL draft by the New York Islanders with the 166th overall pick.

2008-09: Kessel played in 37 of the team’s 38 games, more than any other freshman… Missed just one game while competing at the World Junior National Tournament… Tied with Moses for the most points as a freshman with 13 on six goals and seven assists… A valuable member of the Wildcat power play, potting three one-man advantage goals and three game-winning goals (ranked 45th nationally)… Plus/minus rating of +16 was second only to his linemate Kevin Kapstad… Had a career-high two points on a goal and an assist on March 6 at Vermont… Had a knack for scoring big goals as three of his six goals were game-winners including late winners against Mass.-Lowell and Vermont at Whittemore Center. Career Milestones: Career high: four points (four assists) Jan. 26, 2010 vs. Dartmouth... First goal Nov. 15, 2008 at Boston College... First assist Oct. 11, 2008 vs. Wisconsin. Before UNH: Kessel skated in 118 games over two seasons for the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL)...In his final season, was named USHL Defenseman of the Year and an all star selection...Led all defensemen in scoring with 57 points on 19 goals and 38 assists in 59 games...In the season prior, played in 59 games and totaled 38 points as he notched 27 assists and 11 goals...Over the course of his career with the Blackhawks, Kessel was awarded the Defensive Player of the Week three times, twice in 2008 and once in 2007.

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GP 37 38 75

G 6 10 16

A 7 28 35

Pts +/- PIM 13 +16 12-24 38 +11 14-28 51 +27 26-52

PPG SHG 3 0 3 0 6 0

GWG 3 1 4

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DAMON KIPP 4

JUNIOR • DEFENSE • 6-1 • 205 SALMON ARM, B.C. • SALMON ARM (BCHL) 2009-10: Kipp was one of nine Wildcats to play in all 39 games… Posted 16 points on 13 assists and three goals… Recorded one game-winning goal… Registered a career-high two assists against Providence (12/11) and Merrimack (11/28)… Notched a goal and an assist against Boston University (1/28)… Tallied multiple points in three games… Led the team with 33 blocks... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. 2008-09: Kipp played in 27 games during his freshman season, tallying two points on a goal and an assist… Recorded his first career goal versus Vermont on March 6… Handed out his first assist in an NCAA win over North Dakota on March 28… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

championship winning Team Canada West in the World Junior A Challenge...He served as the team’s assistant captain in 2008 for the Canada West squad...In the season prior, Kipp totaled 45 points on 35 assists and 10 goals in 55 games. Personal: Born in Salmon Arm, British Columbia on April 9, 1988 to Larry and Michelle Kipp...Shoots right...Majoring in business administration...Aside from hockey he enjoys playing baseball...Lists Steve Yzerman as his favorite athlete and his mom and dad as the people he admires most.

Career Milestones: Career high two points Jan. 23, 2010 at Boston University... First goal March 6, 2009 at Vermont... First assist March 28, 2008 vs. North Dakota. Before UNH: Kipp skated in 169 games in his threeyear career for his hometown Salmon Arm Silverbacks of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL)...During his final season, he played in 66 games and tallied 53 points...Among defensemen, he ranked third in assists and fourth in total points...In both the 06-07 and the 07-08 seasons, the Silverback captain played on the

KIPP’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 27 39 66

G 1 3 4

A 1 13 14

Pts 2 16 18

+/- PIM E 8-16 +1 13-37 +1 21-53

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PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 1 1

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KEVIN MCCAREY 23

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-11 • 195 BALDWINSVILLE, N.Y. • U.S. NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (USNP) 2009-10: McCarey appeared in 29 games for New Hampshire… Registered six points on four assists and two goals… Posted a season-high two points both on assists against then first-ranked Miami (10/16).

Personal: Born in Baldwinsville, New York on March 24, 1990 to Rob and MaryJane McCarey...Shoots right...Majoring in sports studies...Aside from hockey he enjoys golf, lacrosse and fishing...Lists his favorite athlete as Lance Armstrong and his parents as the people he admires most.

2008-09: McCarey played in eight games as a freshman and added depth to the Wildcat offense. Career Milestones: Career high two points Oct. 16, 2009 vs. Miami... First goal Jan. 9 , 2010 vs. UMass... First assist Oct. 16, 2009 vs. Miami. Before UNH: McCarey played two seasons with the USA National Development Program...In that time, the forward skated in 64 games and notched 20 goals and 11 assists, for a total of 31 points...Was on the 2008 U-18 World Championships that finished third...In addition, his teams won the gold at the 5-nations cup once and 4-nations cup twice while in the USDP...Before his time with the USA Development Program, McCarey played for the Syracuse Stars of the Eastern Junior Hockey League...In his one-year stint with Syracuse he played in 45 games and amassed an 11-12-23 scoring line.

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G 0 2 2

A 0 4 4

Pts 0 6 6

+/- -1 -3 -4

PIM 3-14 6-12 9-26

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0 0

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STEVIE MOSES 22

JUNIOR • FORWARD • 5-9 • 170 LEOMINSTER, MASS. • JR. BRUINS (EJHL) 2009-10: Moses skated in all 39 games for the ‘Cats… Tallied 24 points on 18 assists and six goals… Notched one game-winning goal… Owned a +11 plus/minus rating… Potted a seasonhigh two goals against Maine (10/24)… Registered multiple points in seven games… Recorded 14 blocks on the season.

Personal: Born in Leominster, Massachusetts on August 9, 1989 to Stephen and Tammy Moses...Shoots right... Majoring in business...Aside from hockey he enjoys working out and surfing...Lists his favorite athlete as Sidney Crosby and lists his dad as the person he admires most outside of sports.

2008-09: Moses recorded 13 points (5g, 8a) in 33 games and was tied with Blake Kessel for the team lead among freshmen… Scored a pair of game-winning goals for the Wildcats… Recorded three multi-point nights, including a two-goal performance against Providence on Feb. 13 and a two-assist effort against Dartmouth on Jan. 17… One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Before UNH: Moses played in 96 games over three years for the Junior Bruins of the Eastern Junior Hockey League...In that span, he totaled 96 points on 37 goals and 59 assists and was an All-Star selection...In 2006, was named to the EJHL USA Hockey National Junior roster to participate in the annual Jamboree...In 2007, the center notched 11 goals along with an impressive 36 assists, a total which ranked fifth in the league...On the season, he finished 23rd in the league in points as he tallied a total of 47...He was also awarded the EJHL Player of the Week on Jan. 19, 2007. Career Milestones: Career high: two points on several occasions... First goal Nov. 15, 2008 at Boston College... First assist Oct. 11, 2008 vs. Wisconsin.

MOSES’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008-09 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 33 39 72

G 5 6 11

A 8 18 26

Pts +/- PIM 13 E 3-6 24 +11 10-20 37 +11 13-26

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GWG 2 1 3

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T YLER SCOTT 1

JUNIOR • GOALIE • 6-3 • 197 RIDGEFIELD, CONN. • SOUTH KENT (NEPSAC) 2009-10: Scott was the third goaltender on the UNH depth chart… Did not see action during the 2009-10 campaign. 2008-09: Scott was the third goaltender on the UNH depth chart… Did not see action during his freshman campaign. Before UNH: Scott minded the net for South Kent Prep of the New England Prep School Athletic Conference...During his senior season at South Kent, helped the Cardinals go 24-9-3 and reach the New England semifinals...Played in 26 games and was stellar in the net as he posted a .923 save percentage paired with a 2.85 goals against average...In NEPSAC, Scott led the league in saves as well as minutes played.

Personal: Born in Hutchinson, Minnesota on April 22, 1989 to Daniel and Nancy Scott...Catches left... A communications major with a minor in business administration... Aside from hockey he enjoys music, golf and watersports...Lists his favorite athlete and most admired person in sports as Rocco Mediate for his story and attitude at the 2008 U.S. Open...After college, hopes to continue with a career in communications, business and advertising.

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GAA --- --- ---

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AUSTIN BLOCK 3

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-11 • 180 THOUSAND OAKS, CALIF. • FAIRBANKS (NAHL) 2009-10: Block appeared in 25 games for the ‘Cats… Registered three points with one goal and two assists… Potted an unassisted goal at UMass-Lowell (11/7)... Tallied four blocks on defense for UNH. Career Milestones: First goal Nov. 7, 2009 at UMassLowell... First assist Oct. 17, 2009 vs. Miami.

games on seven goals and four assists, was named the NAHL Forward of the Year and was a first-team All-Star selection. Personal: Born in Denver, Colorado October 10, 1989 to Randy Block and Shellie Jernigan… Shoots right… A business major… Father Randy played football at Northern Arizona… Lists Steve Yzerman as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

Before UNH: Block played two years in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and served as the team captain for 2008-09 campaign… As a second-year player, he led the league in scoring with 83 points in 57 games, B lock ’ s C A R E E R S T A T I S T I C S YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG (29 goals and 44 assists)… He followed up his successful season with 11 points in six playoff 2009-10 25 1 2 3 -6 6-12 0 0 0 TOTALS

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GREG BURKE 26

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-3 • 205 LEE, N.H. • CEDAR RAPIDS (USHL) 2009-10: Burke skated in 32 games for UNH… Posted 10 points on eight assists and two goals.

for the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs, in the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL).

Career Milestones: First goal Dec. 6, 2009 at Vermont... First assist Oct. 24, 2009 vs. Maine.

Personal: Born in Portsmouth, N.H. on May 16, 1990 to Timothy and Catherine Burke… Shoots left… Undeclared major in the college of liberal arts… Burke is the first Wildcat player to also attend the Dick Umile Hockey School as a youth.

Before UNH: Burke, a member of the Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the United States Hockey League NHL Rights: Burke was drafted in the sixth round of the 2008 (USHL), missed most of 2008-09 with a season-ending NHL Entry Level Draft by the Washington Capitals with the injury… However, the highly talented forward repre174th overall pick. sented his country in the World Junior A challenge just weeks before the injury...He had two points in five games as the United B U R K E ’ S C A R E E R S T A T I S T I C S States won the championship for the first YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG time… Prior to Cedar Rapids, Burke played 2009-10 TOTALS

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2 2

8 8

10 10

-8 -8

9-18 9-18

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CONNOR HARDOWA 2

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 6-1 • 210 EDMONTON, ALBERTA • SPRUCE GROVE (AJHL)

2009-10: Hardowa played in 29 games for UNH… Recorded two points, both on assists… Defensively, he notched 12 blocks... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team. Career Milestones: First assist Nov. 8, 2009 vs. UMassLowell. Before UNH: Hardowa played three years in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), leading the Spruce Grove Saints to the 200809 regular season title… Hardowa led all defensemen in the AJHL, scoring 63 points in 61 games on 20 goals and 43 assists… He was a two-year captain and in 2008-09

was voted the league’s most outstanding defensemen and co- MVP. Personal: Born in Edmonton, Alberta on November 15, 1988 to Ron and Elaine Hardowa… Shoots right… Business major… Lists his parents Ron and Elaine as the people he admires most outside of sports.

HARDOWA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 29 29

G 0 0

A 2 2

Pts 2 2

+/- +2 +2

PIM 8-16 8-16

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0

JOHN HENRION 16

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 6-1 • 205 HOLDEN, MASS. • U.S. NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (NTDP) 2009-10: Henrion appeared in 30 games for the ‘Cats… Posted four points on three goals and one assist… Registered one game-winning goal… Recorded two blocks. Career Milestones: First goal Nov. 20, 2009 vs. Boston University... First assist Feb. 27, 2010 at Northeastern.

competition...His season culminated with his participation on the Gold Medal-winning U.S. team in the World Under-18 Championships. Personal: Born in Worcester, Massachusetts on January 19, 1991 to John and Lynn Henrion… Shoots right… A communications major… Lists tennis player Rafael Nadal as his favorite athlete and his parents as the people he admires most outside of sports.

Before UNH: Henrion, in 2008-09, was a first-year player with the United States National Team Development Program (NTDP) after playing junior hockey for the Junior Bruins HENRION’S CAREER STATISTICS of the EJHL… John played both center YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG and wing for the NTDP accumulating 2009-10 30 3 1 4 -5 5-10 0 0 1 31 points in 58 games on 19 goals and 30 3 1 4 -5 5-10 0 0 1 12 assists… Henrion’s schedule while at TOTALS NTDP included many games against Division I colleges as well as international

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ANSEL IVENS-ANDERSON 28

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD/DEFENSE • 6-1 • 205 POUND RIDGE, N.Y. • JERSEY (EJHL) 2009-10: Ivens-Anderson did not play in 200910... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.

Personal: Born in New York City on September 9, 1989 to Charles Anderson and Ellen Ivens… Shoots right… Undeclared major in the college of liberal arts… His father Charles Anderson played basketball at Stony Brook University from 1966-68… Lists John Dahl Tomasson as his favorite athlete and names his father Charles, Cpl. Jason Dunham and the rest of the men and women in the United States armed forces as the people he most admires outside of sports.

Before UNH: Ivens-Anderson helped lead the Jersey Hitmen to the regular season and playoff championships in the EJHL in 2008-09… Prior to that season, he played two years for the Junior Monarchs out of Manchester, N.H… He led his team in power-play goals with 14, playing defense on the Hitmen’s first power play unit… In 45 games, he scored IVENS-ANDERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG 24 goals and added 31 assists for 55 YEAR 2009-10 DNP - - -- E -- -- -- -points. TOTALS

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BRETT KOSTOLANSKY 15

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSE • 5-10 • 180 DENVER, COLO. • CHICAGO (USHL)

2009-10: Kostolansky skated in 28 games… Recorded 12 points, all on assists, the most by any Wildcat freshman… Registered a career-high two points against Boston College (11/6) … Ranked fourth on the team in blocks with 18. Career Milestones: Career high two points Nov. 6, 2009 vs. Boston College... First assist Nov. 6, 2009 vs. Boston College. Before UNH: After a stellar career at prep school power Shattuck St Mary’s, Kostolansky played one season for the Chicago Steel of the USHL… During the 2008-09 campaign, he amassed 18 points on a goal and 17 assists in 60 games… He is a solid defender, but mostly recognized as a good player with the puck on his stick…

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He makes reliable decisions with the puck and makes a very good first pass out of the zone. Personal: Born in Denver, Colorado on January 27, 1990 son to Kris Kostolansky and Margaret Smith… Shoots left… A political science major… Lists former Boston Bruin Bobby Orr as his favorite athlete and Abraham Lincoln as the person he admires most outside of sports.

KOSTOLANSKY’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 28 28

G 0 0

A Pts 12 12 12 12

+/- +1 +1

PIM 1-2 1-2

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SCOTT PAVELSKI 11

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-10• 185 PLOVER, WIS. • WATERLOO (USHL)

2009-10: Pavelski skated in 12 games for the Wildcats... One of eight Wildcats named to the Hockey East AllAcademic Team.

Personal: Born in Plover, Wisconsin on October 11, 1988 to Mike and Sandy Pavelski… Shoots right… Enrolled in the Whittemore School of Business and Economics.… Brother Joe played at Wisconsin from 2004-06 and is currently a member of the San Jose Sharks… Lists Payne Stewart as his favorite athlete all-time and his brother Joe as the person he most admires.

Before UNH: Pavelski was a two-year player for Coach PK O’Handley’s Waterloo Blackhawks club… Followed his brother Joe (Wisconsin and now the San Jose Sharks) to Waterloo, where Joe won a championship with former Wildcats Kevin Regan, Matt Fornataro and Mike Radja… He played in all PAVELSKI’S CAREER STATISTICS situations for the Blackhawks in his second YEAR GP G A Pts +/- PIM PPG SHG GWG season amassing 29 points in 57 games on 13 goals and 16 assists to go along with a 2009-10 12 0 0 0 -2 3-6 0 0 0 +19 rating. TOTALS 12 0 0 0 -2 3-6 0 0 0

DALTON SPEELMAN 10

SOPHOMORE • FORWARD • 5-10 • 185 SAN JOSE, CALIF. • GREEN BAY (USHL) 2009-10: Speelman appeared in 32 games as a freshman… Recorded seven points on four assists and three goals… Registered a career-high two goals against Northeastern (10/23)… Notched four blocks. Career Milestones: Career-high two goals Oct. 23, 2009 vs. Northeastern... First goal Oct. 23, 2009 vs. Northeastern... First assist Nov. 8, 2009 at UMass-Lowell. Before UNH: Speelman played one year for the Green Bay Gamblers of the USHL… During the 2008-09 season, he registered 21 goals and 21 assists for 42 points in 57 games and was a +30… Prior to his season in Green Bay, Speelman played for the San

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Jose Jr. Sharks and participated in the USA Hockey National Select Festival from 2004-07. Personal: Born in Mountain View, California on February 9, 1990 to Brian and Barbara Speelman...Shoots left... A health management and policy major...Father Brian played football in the USFL for the Denver Gold from 1981-84...Lists his favorite athlete as Marco Sturm and most admired person as his parents and brother.

SPEELMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009-10 TOTALS

GP 32 32

G 3 3

A 4 4

Pts 7 7

+/- E E

PIM 4-8 4-8

PPG SHG 0 0 0 0

GWG 0 0

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JUSTIN AGOSTA 12

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 6-3• 210 EAST MEADOW, N.Y. • JERSEY (EJHL)

Before UNH: Agosta split time in 2009-10 with the Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League (USHL) and the Jersey Hitmen of the Eastern Junior Hockey League (EJHL). Agosta played 36 games with 16 points on three goals and 13 assists on defense for the Ice and owned a +3 plus/minus rating. He finished the season in Jersey, playing in 10 games tallying three goals and six assists. Before his time in the USHL, Agosta also played a year at the Berkshire School, recording 69 points (18g, 51a) in 62 games.

Personal: Born in Queens, N.Y. on October 9, 1990... Son of John Agosta… Shoots right… An accounting major… Lists Los Angeles Kings’ Drew Doughty as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

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FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 5-10 • 160 LAKE WORTH, FLA. • INDIANA (USHL) Before UNH: Goumas played in 2009-10 with the Indiana Ice of the USHL, where he ranked fourth on the Ice in scoring, posting 41 points on 12 goals and 29 assists in 59 games. The forward also added a goal and four helpers in the Ice’s playoff run. In addition, he also played at Canterbury Prep School scoring 58 points (23g, 35a) in just 30 games in 2008-09 on his way to earning All-New England First Team honors.

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Personal: Born in Smithtown, N.Y. on November 19, 1991... Son of Joseph and Patricia Goumas... Shoots left... A kinesiology sports studies major... Lists New York Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

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ERIC KNODEL 5

FRESHMAN • DEFENSE • 6-6• 225 WEST CHESTER, PA. • DES MOINES (USHL)

Before UNH: Knodel was a member of the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL in 2009-10, racking up 20 points on three goals and 17 assists in 50 games in 2009-10... Prior to his time in the USHL, he played at West Chester Rustin High School where he won a state championship in 2009.

Personal: Born in West Chester, Pa. on June 8, 1990... Son of Rick and Molly Knodel... A liberal arts major... Lists Detroit Red Wings’ Nicklas Lidstrom as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports. NHL Rights: Knodel was selected in the fifth round of the 2009 NHL draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs with the 128th overall pick.

JEFF SILENGO 18

FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 6-1 • 179 MADISON, CONN. • SIOUX CITY (USHL) Before UNH: Silengo registered 16 points on seven goals and nine assists paired with a +3 plus/minus rating in 55 games with Sioux City... Prior to his time at Sioux City, Silengo played at South Kent Prep, the same school as Wildcat netminder Tyler Scott... While at South Kent, he tallied 52 points his junior season and 71 points combined in two seasons.

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Personal: Born in New Haven, Conn. on February 26, 1990... Son of William and Cindy Silengo... Shoots right... An undeclared major... Lists former Colorado Avalanche player Joe Sakic as his favorite athlete.

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NICK SORKIN 21

FRESHMAN • FORWARD • 6-3• 175 ROCKVILLE, MD. • SIOUX CITY (USHL) Before UNH: Sorkin split time in 2009-10 at Sioux City and Waterloo, both of the USHL... Combined for 34 points in 53 games last season... Played his first 31 games in Waterloo with five goals and 19 assists, then finished his final 22 games in Sioux City with 10 points (3g, 7a)... One of Maryland’s elite players out of Bullis Preparatory School, tallying 80 goals and 93 assists in 48 career games set the school’s record for most career points (173), most points in a single season (54) and the most goals in a game (seven)... Was also a two-time All-MET selection and was named the 2009 All-MET Player of the Year.

Personal: Born in Rockville, Md. on June 3, 1991... Son of Ed and Ginny Sorkin... Shoots left... Majoring in finance in the Whittemore School of Business... Lists his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

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FRESHMAN • GOALIE • 6-1 • 185 READING, MASS. • VALLEY JR. (EJHL) Before UNH: Wyer looks to join a long line of successful UNH netminders from the Bay State, including most recent Wildcats Kevin Regan and Mike Ayers... Played in 2009-10 for the Valley Jr. Warriors of the EJHL, posting a 14-13-1 record in 29 games with a .907 save percentage and a 3.87 goals against average... The Reading High School product’s accomplishments are extensive starting with a 50-15-3 record and a 1.45 GAA in his career... Had 18 career shutouts, including seven during his final season in Reading, a year in which he was 12-8-3 with a .934 save percentage. .. Wyer’s Reading team was named the Massachusetts Super 8 Champions in 2008 and were also Middlesex

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League champions in 2006-07 and 2007-08... In 2009, Wyer was named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Super Team, as well as the Boston Herald All-Scholastic and Dream Team. Personal: Born in Winchester, Mass. on July 5, 1991... Son of David and Denise Wyer... Catches left... An undeclared major... Lists Boston Bruins’ netminder Tuukka Rask as his favorite athlete and his father as the person he admires most outside of sports.

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this is hockey east The league is coming off another record-breaking season, as the Hockey East Association boasts back-to-back-to-back NCAA National Champions for the first time in league history. The league has consistently remained the strongest Division I conference from top to bottom, encompassing 10 established Division-I hockey programs, entering its 27th season of play in 2010-2011. The Eagles of Boston College won their league-record ninth Hockey East Championship in March of 2010, which included nine straight victories to capture their fourth NCAA Championship in school history. Hockey East has continued a steady rise to prominence since its founding charter on July 11, 1983, when the possibility of an apparent Ivy League departure threatened the ECAC. In response, the athletics directors from Boston College, Boston University, New Hampshire, Northeastern and Providence unveiled a new Division I men’s ice hockey conference. Together, Bill Flynn of Boston College, John Simpson of Boston University, Andy Mooradian of New Hampshire, Joe Zabilski of Northeastern and Lou Lamoriello of Providence launched Hockey East. Lamoriello assumed the role of the league’s first commissioner. Later that summer, the Board of Directors added the University of Maine and the University of Lowell (now UMass Lowell). Official conference competition of the seven-team league began with the 1984-85 season, and expansion brought the league to nine teams with the additions of Merrimack College (1989) and the University of Massachusetts (1993). The entry of the University of Vermont for the 2005-06 season brought the conference membership to 10 teams. Since its inception, Hockey East has set new competitive standards for college hockey success, annually compiling an impressive collective winning percentage against non-conference COMMISSIONER opponents, including a record .705 during the 2002-03 season and a .669 win percentage during the 25th anniversary season of 2008-09. Over the last 18 years, Hockey East has cemented itself JOE BERTAGNA as the nation’s elite college hockey league, having earned 28 of the 70 berths in the NCAA Frozen Four and boasting seven NCAA title winners: the University of Maine in 1993 and 1999, Boston University in 1995, Boston College in 2001 and 2008, Boston University in 2009 and the Eagles again most recently in 2010 at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich. Three of the four Frozen Four participants in 1999 came from the Hockey East ranks, and in 2007, both Boston College and the University of Maine made it to the semifinal round in St. Louis, after five squads (including Boston University, Massachusetts and New Hampshire) were selected for the 16-team NCAA field. Hockey East sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2010, marking six times in the last seven seasons that league teams have accomplished that feat. Hockey East has proven to be an equally strong presence off the ice and in the classroom. League athletes continue to demonstrate their commitment to overall excellence, as the Hockey East All-Academic Team honored 79 student-athletes for outstanding academic achievement during the 2009-2010 academic year. Merrimack’s Andrew Braithwaite earned a 4.0 GPA last season and was the recipient of ASSOCIATE Hockey East’s “Top Scholar Athlete” distinction for the third straight season. The league also boasted seven COMMISSIONER “Distinguished Scholar-Athletes” who recorded a 4.0 GPA in every semester of their four year Hockey East career. Hockey East athletes also make a positive impact on many community service programs across the region, volunteering with youth hockey associations and community service organizations. Five Hockey KATHY WYNTERS East athletes have received the prestigious Hockey Humanitarian Award, two each from the men’s league and three from the women’s, and seven others have been finalists for the award. Northeastern’s senior forward Missy Elumba was the recipient of the award in 2009, marking the league’s fifth honoree in as many years.

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER PUBLIC RELATIONS PETER SOURIS

UNH’s Bobby Butler and Maine’s Gustav Nyquist were named Hobey Baker Hat Trick finalists and First-Team All-Americans, as the league has boasted five of the last six hat trick finalists in the last two years. The league boasted six All-Americans last year, which includes returnees Nyquist and Blake Kessel from UNH. However, it is the quality of its individual players as leading athletes that most sets Hockey East apart from the rest. More than 47 Hockey East alums were regulars on NHL rosters in 2009-2010. Vermont alum Patrick Sharp won the 2010 Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks in June.

Hockey East Association 591 North Ave #2 Wakefield, MA 01880 Phone: (781) 245-2122 Fax: (781) 245-2492 HockeyEastOnline.com Commissioner: Associate Commissioner: Asst. Commissioner for PR: Supervisor of Officials: Asst. Supervisor of Officials: Web Site Coordinator: Coord. of Minor Officials: 2010-11 Graduate Intern:

Joe Bertagna Kathy Wynters Peter Souris Richard DeCaprio John Jones Dan Parkhurst Jim Prior Greg Rosa

HOCKEY EAST PRE-SEASON COACHES POLL Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Team (1st Place Votes) Boston College (9) Maine (1) New Hampshire Boston University Northeastern Vermont Merrimack UMass-Lowell Massachusetts Providence

Pts 90 80 76 59 54 53 48 33 26 21

In total, 46 active Hockey East p l aye r s h ave been selected in the NHL Entry Draft. The league boasts 32 all-time first round picks, which includes BC’s Kevin Hayes (CHI) and BU’s Charlie Coyle (SJS), marking the seventh draft in which at least two Hockey East skaters were chosen in the first round. Boston College’s 10-11 roster boasts a league-high 12 NHL draft picks, while cross-town rival Boston University has nine student-athletes selected. A total of 511 Hockey East studentathletes have been selected in the NHL Entry Draft in the 26-year history of the league, which included 10 draftees in the 2010 Entry Draft. The reach of Hockey East continues to grow as new state-of-the-art facilities are constructed, increasing capacities and amenities for college hockey fans. And the fans have responded with over a million spectators came out to watch Hockey East teams during the 2009-10 season for the fifth consecutive season.

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1985-86 3-7-86 (A) 1 Boston U. 3-8-86 (A) 3 Boston U. (BU wins two-game, total-goal series, 5-4, quarterfinals)

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hockey east Tournament Results

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3/17/00 (N) 1 Boston College (HE Semifinals at FleetCenter)

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2000-01 3/8/01 (H) 4 UMass-Lowell 3/9/01 (H) 1 UMass-Lowell 3/10/01 (H) 1 UMass-Lowell (Quarterfinals — Lowell wins series 2-1)

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2001-02 3/8/02 (H) 6 Merrimack 3/9/02 (H) 5 Merrimack (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

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3/15/02 (N) 4 UMass-Lowell (HE Semifinals at the FleetCenter)

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2004-05 3/10/05 (H) 6 Northeastern 3/11/05 (H) 4 Northeastern (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

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1993-94 3-11-94 (H) 4 Boston College 3-12-94 (H) 6 Boston College (UNH wins best of three games, 2-0, quarterfinals)

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1994-95 3-9-95 (H) 2 Providence (PC wins single elimination quarterfinal at Conte Forum)

2005-06 3/9/06 (H) 4 Providence 3/10/06 (H) 2 Providence (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

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1995-96 3-7-96 (A) 2 Maine 3-8-96 (A) 4 Maine (Maine wins best of three games, 2-0, quarterfinals)

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2006-07 3/8/07 (H) 4 Providence 3/9/07 (H) 6 Providence (Quarterfinals — UNH wins series, 2-0)

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1996-97 3/7/97 (H) 5 Masschusetts 3/8/97 (H) 8 Masschusetts (Quarterfinals —UNH wins best of three games, 2-0)

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1997-98 3/13/98 (H) 2 Maine 3/14/98 (H) 3 Maine (Quarterfinals — Maine wins best of three games, 2-0)

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1998-99 3/12/99 (H) 3 Merrimack 3/13/99 (H) 5 Merrimack (Quarterfinals — UNH wins best of three games, 2-0)

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2008-09 3/13/09 (H) 3 Boston College 3/14/09 (H) 0 Boston College (Quarterfinals — BC wins series, 2-0)

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1990-91 3-1-91 (A) 1 Providence (PC wins single elimination quarterfinal) 1991-92 3-8-92 (H) 4 Northeastern (UNH wins single elimination quarterfinal)

3-18-94 (N) 2 UMass-Lowell (Mass Lowell wins HE Semifinal at Boston Garden) 3-19-94 (N) 4 Northeastern (UNH ties HE Third Place Game at Boston Garden)

Boston College

1999-2000 3/9/00 (H) 5 Merrimack 3/10/00 (H) 3 Merrimack (Quarterfinals — UNH wins best of two games, 2-0)

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hockey east Composite Schedule OCTOBER Saturday, October 2 St. Francis Xavier at UNH (Exh.) New Brunswick at Massachusetts (Exh., 3pm) Boston U. vs. Toronto (Exh.) Acadia at Northeastern (Exh.)

Saturday, November 13 Northeastern at Maine * Boston College at Vermont * Massachusetts at UNH * Boston U. at Merrimack * Providence at Alabama-Huntsville

Sunday, October 3 New Brunswick at Vermont (Exh., 4pm) Acadia at Maine (Exh., 4pm) Boston College vs. Toronto (Exh.) St. Francis Xavier vs. UMass-Lowell (Exh., 4pm)

Friday, November 19 Boston U. at UNH * Maine at Boston College * Northeastern at Providence * Merrimack at UMass-Lowell *

Friday, October 8 Northeastern at Providence * UMass-Lowell at Maine * Massachusetts at Minnesota (8pm) UNH at Miami (7:30pm) Denver at Vermont Ice Breaker Tournament (at St. Louis, Mo.) Boston University vs. Wisconsin (TBA)

Saturday, November 20 UNH at Boston U. * Providence at Northeastern * UMass-Lowell at Merrimack *

Saturday, October 9 Boston College at Northeastern * Massachusetts at Minnesota (8pm) UNH at Miami Denver at Vermont Connecticut at Maine Merrimack at Niagara Sunday, October 10 Ice Breaker Tournament (at St. Louis, Mo.) Boston University vs. Holy Cross/Notre Dame (TBA) Thursday, October 14 Maine at Michigan State Friday, October 15 Boston College at Denver UMass-Lowell at Niagara Maine at Michigan State Rensselaer at Northeastern Providence at Minnesota-Duluth Saturday, October 16 Massachusetts at Boston U. * Michigan at UNH Connecticut at Merrimack Boston College at Denver UMass-Lowell at RIT Providence at Minnesota-Duluth Friday, October 22 Boston U. at Massachusetts * UNH at Northeastern * (7:30pm) Providence at UMass-Lowell * North Dakota at Maine (7:30) Saturday, October 23 Northeastern at UMass-Lowell * Providence at Boston U. * Merrimack at Vermont * Boston College at Notre Dame North Dakota at Maine Friday, October 29 Boston U. at UMass-Lowell * Providence at Massachusetts * Merrimack at Boston College * Holy Cross at Northeastern (8pm) UNH at Cornell Saturday, October 30 UMass-Lowell at Boston U. * Massachusetts at Providence * Boston College at Merrimack * Maine at Vermont * Bentley at Northeastern NOVEMBER Tuesday, November 2 UMass-Lowell at Boston College * Swedish Under-20 Team at Merrimack (Exh., TBA) Friday, November 5 UNH at Boston College * Vermont at UMass-Lowell * Merrimack at Providence * Niagara at Northeastern Army at Massachusetts Saturday, November 6 Maine at Boston U. * Vermont at Providence * (4pm) UNH at UMass-Lowell * Swedish National Team at Massachusetts (Exh., 12pm) Friday, November 12 Northeastern at Maine * Boston College at Vermont * Massachusetts at UNH * Merrimack at Boston U. * Providence at Alabama-Huntsville

Sunday, January 2 St. Lawrence at UNH (4pm) Catamount Cup (at Burlington, Vt.) Harvard vs, Vermont Chicago Tournament (at Hoffman Estates, Ill.) Boston U. vs. Brown/Notre Dame (TBA) Providence at New Brunswick (Exh.) U.S. Under-18 Team at Maine (Exh., 4pm, at Portland, Maine)

Sunday, November 21 Maine at Boston College * (1pm) Tuesday, November 23 Vermont at Massachusetts * Brown at UNH Friday, November 26 Northeastern at Vermont * Boston College at Merrimack * (4pm) Minnesota State at UMass-Lowell Saturday, November 27 Merrimack at UNH * Quinnipiac at Massachusetts Brown at Boston U. Providence at Holy Cross Minnesota State at UMass-Lowell Sunday, November 28 Vermont at Boston College * (4pm) Tuesday, November 30 Merrimack at Harvard DECEMBER Thursday, December 2 UNH at UMass-Lowell * Friday, December 3 Boston College at Boston U. * (7:30) Merrimack at Northeastern * Maine at Providence * Saturday, December 4 Boston U. at Boston College * (8:15) Northeastern at Merrimack * Maine at Providence * UMass-Lowell at Massachusetts * Sunday, December 5 Vermont at UNH * (4pm) Tuesday, December 7 Providence at Brown

Saturday, January 8 Boston College at Providence * UNH at Massachusetts * Maine at Merrimack * (4pm) UMass-Lowell at Northeastern * Sunday, January 9 Boston U. at Vermont * (7:30) Wednesday, January 12 Boston U. at Merrimack Friday, January 14 Vermont at Northeastern * Providence at Maine * Massachusetts at UMass-Lowell * (7:30pm, NESN) Merrimack vs. Alabama-Huntsville (at Nashville, Tenn., 8pm) Saturday, January 15 Vermont at Northeastern * UMass-Lowell at Massachusetts * Dartmouth vs. UNH (at Manchester, N.H.) Merrimack vs. Alabama-Huntsville (at Nashville, Tenn., 2pm) Sunday, January 16 Boston College at Maine * (7:30) Wednesday, January 19 Harvard at Northeastern Friday, January 21 Massachusetts at Vermont * Boston College at Boston U. * (7:30pm, NESN) UMass-Lowell at Merrimack * Providence at UNH *

Sunday, January 23 U.S. Under-18 Team at Providence (Exh.)

Friday, December 10 UNH at Maine * (7:30) Boston U. at Rensselaer UMass-Lowell at Princeton

Tuesday, January 25 Bentley at UMass-Lowell

Saturday, December 11 Quinnipiac at Providence UMass-Lowell at Princeton Boston U. at Rensselaer Sunday, December 12 Massachusetts at Maine * (4pm) Vermont at Dartmouth (4pm) Saturday, December 18 Vermont at St. Lawrence Wednesday, December 29 Florida College Classic (at Estero, Fla.) Miami vs. Maine U.S. National University at Vermont (Exh., 8pm) Thursday, December 30 Florida College Classic (at Estero, Fla.) Cornell/St. Cloud vs. Maine Dartmouth Tournament (at Hanover, N.H.) Boston College vs. Opponent Massachusetts at Wisconsin (8pm) Merrimack at Army Friday, December 31 Dartmouth Tournament (at Hanover, N.H.) Boston College vs. Opponent Massachusetts at Wisconsin (8pm)

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Friday, January 7 Providence at Boston College * (7:30pm, NESN) Northeastern at Massachusetts * UMass-Lowell at UNH *

Saturday, January 22 Massachusetts at Vermont * Maine at Northeastern * UMass-Lowell at Boston College * Boston U. at UNH *

Wednesday, December 8 Northeastern at Boston U. Vermont at Yale

* Hockey East game - All games start at 7 p.m. EST unless other indicated *** SCHEDULE TENTATIVE & STILL SUBJECT TO CHANGE***

JANUARY Saturday, January 1 Catamount Cup (at Burlington, Vt.) Ohio State vs. Vermont Chicago Tournament (at Hoffman Estates, Ill.) Boston U. vs. Minnesota State (TBA) Merrimack at RIT Providence at New Brunswick (Exh.)

Friday, January 28 Vermont at Merrimack * Boston U. at Maine * UNH at Providence * Massachusetts at Northeastern * (7:30pm, NESN) Saturday, January 29 Vermont at Merrimack * (7:30pm, NESN) Boston U. at Maine * Providence at UNH * Northeastern at Massachusetts * Boston College at UMass-Lowell * FEBRUARY Friday, February 4 Maine at UNH * (7:30pm, NESN) Providence at Vermont * Massachusetts at Boston College * UMass-Lowell at Boston U. * Merrimack at Northeastern *

Saturday, February 12 Vermont at Maine * UNH at Merrimack * Providence at Massachusetts * Monday, February 14 59th annual Beanpot Tournament (at Boston, Mass.) Consolation Game (5pm) Championship Game (8pm) Friday, February 18 UNH at Vermont * (7:30) Maine at UMass-Lowell * Northeastern at Boston College * Merrimack at Massachusetts * Providence at Boston U. * Saturday, February 19 UNH at Vermont * Maine at UMass-Lowell * (7:30pm, NESN) Boston College at Northeastern * (7:30pm) Massachusetts at Merrimack * Boston U. at Providence * Friday, February 25 Vermont at Boston U. * (7:30pm, NESN) Merrimack at Maine * Boston College at Massachusetts * UMass-Lowell at Providence * Northeastern at UNH * Saturday, February 26 Vermont at Boston U. * Merrimack at Maine * Massachusetts at Boston College * Providence at UMass-Lowell * UNH at Northeastern * MARCH Friday, March 4 UNH at Boston College * (7:30pm, NESN) Boston U. at Northeastern * Providence at Merrimack * UMass-Lowell at Vermont * Maine at Massachusetts * Saturday, March 5 Boston College at UNH * Northeastern at Boston U. * Merrimack at Providence * UMass-Lowell at Vermont * Maine at Massachusetts * HOCKEY EAST TOURNAMENT Friday, March 11 - Sunday, March 13 Quarterfinals at campus sites Friday, March 18 Semifinals at TD Garden (5/8pm, NESN) Saturday, March 19 Championship at TD Garden (7pm, NESN) NCAA TOURNAMENT (Times TBA) Friday, March 25 East Regional West Regional Saturday, March 26 Midwest Regional Northeast Regional West Regional Final East Regional Final Sunday, March 27 Midwest Regional Final Northeast Regional Final FROZEN FOUR (Times TBA) Thursday, April 7 at XCel Energy Center (at St. Paul, Minn.) NCAA Semifinals (5/8:30pm) Saturday, April 9 at Xcel Energy Center (at St. Paul, Minn.) NCAA Championship Game (7pm, ESPN)

Saturday, February 5 Maine at UNH * Providence at Vermont * Massachusetts at Merrimack * Monday, February 7 59th annual Beanpot Tournament (at Boston, Mass.) Harvard vs. Northeastern (5pm) Boston College vs. Boston U. (8pm) Friday, February 11 Vermont at Maine * Merrimack at UNH * Northeastern at UMass-Lowell * Boston U. at Massachusetts * (7:30) Boston College at Providence *

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Team

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Acadia Air Force Alabama-Huntsville Alaska Anchorage American International Amherst Army Bates Boston College Boston University Bowdoin Bowling Green Brown Clarkson Colby Colgate Colorado College Cornell Concordia Connecticut Dartmouth Denver Hamilton Harvard Holy Cross Lake Superior Maine Manitoba Massachusetts UMass-Lowell MIT Merrimack Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Michigan Tech Middlebury Minnesota Minnesota-Duluth MSU-Mankato Nebraska-Omaha Niagara North Dakota Northeastern Northern Arizona Northern Michigan Norwich

2 13 3 3 2 7 14 9 62 45 49 8 20 22 21 25 11 12 3 11 32 3 1 11 4 4 45 1 76 51 21 63 4 1 6 6 10 2 2 1 1 0 4 84 0 2 18

0 1 1 1 7 2 16 6 60 94 21 8 13 21 26 10 5 12 0 0 17 9 2 18 1 0 56 0 18 30 14 13 4 3 4 4 3 13 11 0 1 3 10 57 1 1 20

0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 11 19 3 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 8 15 1 8 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 0 0

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Pct.

1.000 .900 .750 .750 .222 .727 .467 .600 .506 .345 .692 .500 .602 .511 .447 .694 .687 .500 1.000 1.000 .647 .273 .333 .379 .800 1.000 .439 1.000 .851 .609 .597 .798 .500 .300 .600 .555 .769 .176 .083 1.000 1.000 .000 .313 .576 .000 .666 .474

Notre Dame Ohio State Ohio Ottawa Pennsylvania Princeton Providence RIT Rensselaer St. Anselm St. Cloud St. Lawrence St. Louis St. Mary’s (Canada) St. Michael’s College Sir George Williams Springfield College Suffolk Toronto Tufts Union U.S. International Vermont Western Michigan Western Ontario Williams Wisconsin Yale

4 3 1 0 10 11 76 0 23 3 1 31 6 2 1 1 4 2 3 8 4 1 69 1 1 7 3 18

1 2 0 1 4 2 50 1 21 0 0 15 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 13 1 0 18 3 0 8 16 12

0 1 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

.800 .500 1.000 .000 .714 .846 .593 .000 .523 .875 1.000 .670 .857 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .381 .800 1.000 .780 .250 1.000 .467 .158 .586

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18-14-7 Overall , 15-6-6 Hockey East (Home: 10-4-5, Away: 6-9-1, Neutral: 2-1-0) ## Player POS YR GP G A PTS P/MI PP SH GW +/- SOG GP G A PTS P/MI PP SH GW +/- SOG GP G A 12 Bobby Butler F SR 39 29 24 53 10/20 7 2 4 +17 162 27 21 20 41 6/12 4 2 3 +15 115 153 61 60 17 Paul Thompson F JR 39 19 20 39 12/24 4 1 4 +12 138 27 13 16 29 9/18 3 1 3 +16 96 101 29 31 20 Blake Kessel (NYI) D SO 38 10 28 38 14/28 3 0 1 +11 88 27 6 18 24 10/20 2 0 1 +11 75 75 16 35 39 Phil DeSimone (WSH) F JR 39 10 27 37 19/38 1 1 2 +6 81 27 8 22 30 11/22 1 1 2 +8 57 115 20 48 9 Peter LeBlanc (CHI) F SR 39 14 21 35 12/24 2 1 2 +7 134 27 12 13 25 9/18 1 0 2 +10 93 153 34 51 19 Mike Sislo F JR 39 14 15 29 10/20 4 2 1 -6 95 27 9 13 22 8/16 4 2 0 +3 65 115 36 32 22 Stevie Moses F SO 39 6 18 24 10/20 0 0 1 +11 66 27 5 15 20 6/12 0 0 1 +11 50 72 11 26 4 Damon Kipp D SO 39 3 13 16 13/37 0 0 1 +1 40 27 3 11 14 8/16 0 0 1 +7 29 66 4 14 14 Mike Borisenok F SO 39 6 9 15 5/10 3 0 0 -2 69 27 4 7 11 2/4 2 0 0 +2 47 50 7 10 24 Matt Campanale D JR 39 3 9 12 5/10 1 0 0 +7 47 27 2 6 8 3/6 1 0 0 +7 40 67 3 10 15 Brett Kostolansky D FR 28 0 12 12 1/2 0 0 0 +1 18 22 0 9 9 1/2 0 0 0 +4 15 28 0 12 26 Greg Burke (WSH) F FR 32 2 8 10 9/18 0 0 0 -8 55 20 2 5 7 5/10 0 0 0 -2 34 32 2 8 10 Dalton Speelman F FR 32 3 4 7 4/8 0 0 0 E 30 21 3 4 7 4/8 0 0 0 +7 19 32 3 4 25 Mike Beck D JR 37 1 6 7 17/34 0 0 0 +11 22 26 1 5 6 14/28 0 0 0 +16 13 49 1 7 23 Kevin McCarey F SO 29 2 4 6 6/12 0 0 0 -3 30 20 2 2 4 4/8 0 0 0 -2 26 37 2 4 16 John Henrion F FR 30 3 1 4 5/10 0 0 1 -5 27 21 3 1 4 3/6 0 0 1 +1 23 30 3 1 18 Nick Krates D SR 27 3 0 3 6/12 0 0 0 -8 19 15 1 0 1 4/8 0 0 0 +2 9 101 3 9 7 Greg Manz F JR 32 2 1 3 1/2 0 0 1 -5 18 24 2 1 3 1/2 0 0 1 +1 16 45 3 1 3 Austin Block F FR 25 1 2 3 6/12 0 0 0 -6 10 19 1 1 2 3/6 0 0 0 -1 7 25 1 2 2 Connor Hardowa D FR 29 0 2 2 8/16 0 0 0 +2 15 19 0 2 2 3/6 0 0 0 +7 11 29 0 2 29 Brian Foster (FLA) G SR 38 0 1 1 0 0 0 +10 0 26 0 1 1 0 0 0 +23 0 86 0 2 30 Matt DiGirolamo G SO 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 +1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 +2 0 8 0 0 11 Scott Pavelski F FR 12 0 0 0 3/6 0 0 0 -2 6 9 0 0 0 2/4 0 0 0 E 6 12 0 0 Bench 5/10 3/6 New Hampshire Totals 39 131 225 356 181/373 25 7 18 +10 1170 27 98 172 270 119/238 18 6 15 +26 846 Opponent Totals 39 122 204 326 179/391 26 0 14 -10 1298 27 77 133 210 120/273 23 0 6 -26 873 ## Goaltending (Overall) YR GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO %Time 29 Brian Foster (FLA) SR 38 2297:10 114 1128 1242 .908 2.98 17-14-7 .539 38 0 95.7% 30 Matt DiGirolamo SO 3 92:42 5 48 53 .906 3.24 1-0-0 1.000 1 0 3.9% Open Net 17 11:35 3 3 0.5% New Hampshire Totals 39 2401:27 122 1176 1298 .906 3.05 18-14-7 .551 39 0 100.0% Opponent Totals 39 2401:27 131 1039 1170 .888 3.27 14-18-7 .449 39 2 100.0% ## Goaltending (Conference Only) YR GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO %Time 29 Brian Foster (FLA) SR 26 1594:18 73 764 837 .913 2.75 14-6-6 .654 26 0 96.0% 30 Matt DiGirolamo SO 1 60:00 3 32 35 .914 3.00 1-0-0 1.000 1 0 3.6% Open Net 11 6:17 1 1 0.4% New Hampshire Totals 27 1660:35 77 796 873 .912 2.78 15-6-6 .667 27 0 100.0% Opponent Totals 27 1660:35 98 748 846 .884 3.54 6-15-6 .333 27 0 100.0% ## Goaltending (Career) YR GP Minutes GA Saves Shots Save% GAA Record Win% GS SO 29 Brian Foster (FLA) SR 86 5047:21 237 2387 2624 .910 2.82 40-29-13 .567 83 5 30 Matt DiGirolamo SO 8 311:39 22 133 155 .858 4.24 2-2-1 .500 4 0 Special Teams Overall Conference Only Power Play Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G Power Play Penalty Kill Combined PPC/G New Hampshire 25/152 .164 128/154 .831 153/306 .500 3.9 18/106 .170 82/105 .781 100/211 .474 3.9 Opponents 26/154 .169 127/152 .836 153/306 .500 3.9 23/105 .219 88/106 .830 111/211 .526 3.9 Scoring/Shots Overall Scoring Overall Shots Conference Scoring Conference Shots 1st 2nd 3rd OT TOT 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG 1st 2nd 3rd OT TOT 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG New Hampshire 31 54 43 3 131 373 376 379 42 1170 25 38 32 3 98 276 275 266 29 846 Opponents 33 50 37 2 122 415 458 387 38 1298 22 31 23 1 77 288 309 251 25 873 Difference -2 +4 +6 +1 +9 -42 -82 -8 +4 -128 +3 +7 +9 +2 +21 -12 -34 +15 +4 -27 Game Averages Overall Conference Only G/GM A/GM PTS/G SOG/G PEN/G PIM/G PPG/G G/GM A/GM PTS/G SOG/G PEN/G PIM/G PPG/G New Hampshire 3.36 5.77 9.13 30.0 4.6 9.6 0.6 3.63 6.37 10.00 31.3 4.4 8.8 0.7 Opponents 3.13 5.23 8.36 33.3 4.6 10.0 0.7 2.85 4.93 7.78 32.3 4.4 10.1 0.9 Difference +0.23 +0.54 +0.77 -3.3 +0.1 -0.5 -0.0 +0.78 +1.44 +2.22 -1.0 -0.0 -1.3 -0.2 Situational Records Overall Situational Records Conference Location Home: 19 10- 4- 5 Away: 17 6- 9- 2 Neutral: 3 2- 1- 0 Location Home: 13 9- 0- 4 Away: 14 6- 6- 2 Neutral: 0 End 1st Ahead: 11 8- 2- 1 Behind: 14 5- 4- 5 Even: 14 5- 8- 1 End 1st Ahead: 11 8- 2- 1 Behind: 9 3- 2- 4 Even: End 2nd Ahead: 12 12- 0- 0 Behind: 13 2- 5- 6 Even: 14 4- 9- 1 End 2nd Ahead: 10 10- 0- 0 Behind: 8 1- 1- 6 Margin 1: 12 6- 6 2: 5 4- 1 3+: 15 8- 7 Margin 1: 10 6- 4 2: 4 4- 0 3+: 7 5- 2 First Goal For: 19 12- 4- 3 Against: 20 6-10- 4 First Goal For: 16 10- 3- 3 Against: 11 5- 3- 3

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PTS 121 60 51 68 85 68 37 18 17 13 12 10 7 8 6 4 12 4 3 2 2 0 0

0- 0- 0 7 4- 2- 1 Even: 9 4- 5- 0

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Game-By-Game at a Glance

Date Result Opponent UNH Goals 10/10 L, 1-3 at Rensselaer Butler 10/16 L, 3-6 MIAMI Borisenok, Thompson, Butler 10/17 T, 5-5 OT MIAMI Butler, Krates, Kessel (2), Borisenok, 10/23 W, 4-2 NORTHEASTERN* Speelman (2), Butler, Sislo 10/24 W, 5-2 MAINE Manz, Moses (2), Borisenok, Kessel 10/30 L, 1-4 at Wisconsin LeBlanc 10/31 L, 1-6 at Wisconsin Moses 11/6 T, 4-4 OT BOSTON COLLEGE* LeBlanc, Sislo, Thompson, Butler 11/8 L, 3-6 at Mass.-Lowell* Sislo, Block, Butler 11/13 L, 3-4 OT at Massachusetts* Moses, LeBlanc, Butler 11/14 W, 4-2 at Massachusetts* Butler (2), LeBlanc, Sislo 11/20 W, 4-2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY* Kipp, Butler, Henrion, Thompson 11/21 T, 3-3 OT at Boston University* Thompson (2), DeSimone 11/28 W, 5-4 at Merrimack* Butler (2), Thompson (2), DeSimone 12/4 W, 2-1 MASS.-LOWELL* Sislo, Kessel 12/6 W, 5-2 at Vermont* Burke, Kessel, Manz, LeBlanc, Kipp 12/11 W, 4-3 at Providence* Thompson, DeSimone, Butler, LeBlanc 1/3 L, 2-5 CORNELL Sislo, Campanale, 1/8 T, 2-2 OT MASS-LOWELL* Campanale, DeSimone 1/9 W, 7-2 MASSACHUSETTS* Thompson (2), Butler (2), McCarey, Kessel, Moses 1/16 W, 5-2 vs. Dartmouth (VWA) DeSimone, Thompson (2), Butler, LeBlanc 1/22 W, 3-2 OT at Providence * Thompson, Borisenok, DeSimone 1/23 W, 4-1 at Boston University* Borisenok, Kipp, Butler, Sislo 1/29 L, 2-3 at Merrimack* Butler, Thompson 1/30 W, 4-3 OT MERRIMACK LeBlanc (2), Sislo, Thompson 2/5 L, 2-3 at Maine* Sislo, DeSimone 2/6 L, 3-6 at Maine* Henrion, LeBlanc, DeSimone 2/12 W, 5-2 PROVIDENCE* Butler (4), LeBlanc 2/19 W, 5-4 OT VERMONT* DeSimone, Campanale, Krates, Butler, LeBlanc 2/20 T, 3-3 OT VERMONT* Butler, Burke, Borisenok 2/26 T, 4-4 OT at Northeastern* Sislo, LeBlanc, Moses, Kessel 2/27 W, 3-1 NORTHEASTERN* Speelman, Thompson, LeBlanc, 3/5 T, 3-3 OT BOSTON COLLEGE* Henrion, McCarey, Kessel 3/6 L, 2-3 at Boston College* Butler, Beck Hockey East Quarterfinals (@ Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H.) 3/12 W, 7-4 VERMONT Butler (2), Krates, Sislo (2), Kessel, Thompson 3/13 L, 0-1 VERMONT 3/14 L, 0-1 OT VERMONT NCAA East Regionals (@ Pepsi Arena; Albany, N.Y.) 3/26 W, 6-2 vs. Cornell Butler (2), Sislo (2), Thompson (2) 3/27 L, 2-6 vs. RIT DeSimone, Kessel Key: ^—Sell out (Whittemore Center) * -- Hockey East contest (VWA) -- Verizon Wireless Arena - Manchester, N.H.

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Goalie (Saves) Foster (27) Foster (20); DiGirolamo (8) Foster (22) Foster (14) Foster (22) Foster (47) Foster (30); DiGirolamo (8) Foster (32) Foster (28) Foster (27) Foster (33) Foster (21) Foster (34) Foster (34) Foster (29) Foster (28) DiGirolamo (32) Foster (38) Foster (27) Foster (26) Foster (20) Foster (30) Foster (15) Foster (24) Foster (21) Foster (22) Foster (20) Foster (31) Foster (33) Foster (28) Foster (24) Foster (30) Foster (39)

Att. 2,662 5,803 5,913 6,501^ 6,501^ 11,490 12,351 6,501^ 4,027 5,927 6,019 6,501^ 6,150 2,990 5,831 4,003 1,392 6,053 5,137 5,832 7,573 1,988 5,896 2,614 6,501^ 4,951 5,161 6,501^ 6,044 6,501^ 2,116 6,501^ 6,501^ 7,148

Foster (31) Foster (24) Foster (50)

3,712 4,067 2,531

Foster (24) Foster (27)

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS October 3, 2009 at the Whittemore Center, Durham N.H. ACADIA (0-0-0) 0 1 0 - 1 UNH (0-0-0, 0-0-0 HE) 2 4 2 - 8 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Peter LeBlanc (Blake Kessel, Matt Campanale) 6:53 (PP) 2, UNH Austin Block (Scott Pavelski, Greg Manz) 7:35 (GW) Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Cross-Checking) 2:17; Spencer Jezegou, ACA (Slashing) 6:43; Paul Kurceba, ACA (Hooking) 13:24; Kevin McCarey, UNH (Charging) 13:24; John Henrion, UNH (Hooking) 17:51 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Blake Kessel (Phil DeSimone, Mike Sislo) 2:02 (PP) 4, UNH Mike Sislo (Nick Krates, Damon Kipp) 5:50 (PP) 5, ACA Doug Clarkson (Scott Tregunna) 7:42 (PP) 6, UNH Greg Manz (Scott Pavelski, Austin Block) 11:42 7, UNH Paul Thompson (Scott Pavelski, Brett Kostolansky) 16:37 Penalties - David Lomas, ACA (Cross-Checking) 0:57; Mike Beck, UNH (Holding) 2:30; Philippe Bertrand, ACA (Hooking) 4:34; Paul Thompson, UNH (Interference) 6:12; Ryan Graham, ACA (Holding) 12:48; Nick Krates, UNH (Hooking) 17:56 3rd Period Scoring - 8, UNH Peter LeBlanc (Connor Hardowa, Bobby Butler) 11:04 9, UNH Kevin McCarey (Paul Thompson, Phil DeSimone) 15:54 (PP) Penalties - Doug Clarkson, ACA (Tripping) 15:13; John Henrion, UNH (Tripping) 16:23; Nick Emanuele, ACA (Cross-Checking) 19:53 Acadia Goaltending - Michael Chaisson (40:00, 25 shots, 19 saves, 6 GA); Kristofer Westblom (20:00, 7 shots, 5 saves, 2 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (48:59, 16 shots, 15 saves, 1 GA); Matt DiGirolamo (11:01, 6 shots, 6 saves, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH. Loss - Michael Chaisson, ACA. Shots On Goal - ACA 9-5-8=22; UNH 7-18-7=32 Power Plays - ACA 1 of 6; UNH 4 of 6 Penalties - ACA 7 (14 min); UNH 7 (14 min) Referees: John Gravallese, Tom Cronin Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Andrew Weber October 10, 2009 at HOUSTON FIELD HOUSE, TROY, N.Y. RENSSELAER (1-1-0) 1 0 2 - 3 UNH (0-1-0, 0-0-0 HE) 0 1 0 - 1 1st Period Scoring - 1, REN Josh Rabbani/1 (Chase Polacek/1, Erik Burgdoerfer/2) 14:16 Penalties - Bobby Butler, UNH (Interference) 4:03; Paul Kerins, REN (Interference) 5:04; Tyler Helfrich, REN (Tripping) 17:31 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Bobby Butler/1 (Mike Sislo/1, Peter LeBlanc/1) 8:56 (PP) Penalties - Josh Rabbani, REN (Hooking) 1:32; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Hooking) 3:17; Mike Bergin, REN (Tripping) 5:29; CJ Lee, REN (Tripping) 7:25; Mike Beck, UNH (Tripping) 12:27 3rd Period Scoring - 3, REN Chase Polacek/1 (Bryan Brutlag/1, Tyler Helfrich/2) 3:24 (PP) (GW) 4, REN Mike Bergin/1 (Bryan Brutlag/2, Tyler Helfrich/3) 7:53 Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Hooking) 2:06; Phil DeSimone, UNH (Roughing) 2:06; Tyler Helfrich, REN (Hooking) 5:38; Josh Rabbani, REN (Interference) 11:46 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (58:39, 30 shots, 27 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:21, 0 GA) Rensselaer Goaltending - Allen York (60:00, 38 shots, 37 saves, 1 GA) Win - Allen York, REN (1-1-0). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (0-1-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-16-13=38; REN 11-5-14=30 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 7; REN 1 of 5 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); REN 7 (14 min) Referees: Peter Feola, Carusone Assistant Referees: Brolsma, Prusak October 16, 2009 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. MIAMI (3-0-0) 2 4 0 - 6 UNH (0-2-0) 2 1 0 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Mike Borisenok/1 (Blake Kessel/1, Kevin McCarey/1) 2:06 2, MIA Cameron Schilling/1 (Curtis McKenzie/1, Andy Miele/4) 4:01 3, MIA Matt Tomassoni/1 (Steve Mason/1, Justin Vaive/1) 13:55 4, UNH Paul Thompson/1 (Mike Borisenok/1, Kevin McCarey/2) 19:33 Penalties - Damon Kipp, UNH (Holding) 9:13; Mike Borisenok, UNH (Hooking) 11:55; Chris Wideman, MIA (CHECKING) 16:50 2nd Period Scoring - 5, MIA Alden Hirschfeld/1 (Tommy Wingels/2, Will Weber/2) 7:19 6, MIA Jarod Palmer/2 (Curtis McKenzie/2, Joe Hartman/1) 10:10 (GW) 7, MIA Carter Camper/2 (Tommy Wingels/3, Will Weber/3) 14:59 (PP) 8, MIA Carter Camper/3 (Tommy Wingels/4, Cody Reichard/1) 16:38 9, UNH Bobby Butler/2 (Blake Kessel/2) 17:03 Penalties - Cameron Schilling, MIA (Tripping) 2:54; Vincent LoVerde, MIA (Face Masking) 4:59; Paul Thompson, UNH (Face Masking) 4:59; Curtis McKenzie, MIA (CTH ROUGHING) 11:57; Stevie Moses, UNH (Cross-Checking) 13:03; Joe Hartman, MIA (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:07; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:07; Justin Vaive, MIA (Hooking) 18:30 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Vincent LoVerde, MIA (Slashing) 13:48; Kevin McCarey, UNH (Slashing) 16:32 Miami Goaltending - Cody Reichard (60:00, 21 shots, 18 saves, 3 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (40:00, 26 shots, 20 saves, 6 GA); Matt DiGirolamo (20:00, 8 shots, 8 saves, 0 GA) Win - Cody Reichard, MIA (2-0-0). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (0-2-0). Shots On Goal - MIA 11-15-8=34; UNH 8-7-6=21 Power Plays - MIA 1 of 4; UNH 0 of 5 Penalties - MIA 7 (14 min); UNH 6 (12 min) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Tom Quinn Assistant Referees: Chris Aughe, Matt Smith

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October 17, 2009 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. MIAMI (3-0-1) 1 4 0 0 5 UNH (0-2-1) 0 5 0 0 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, MIA Matt Tomassoni/2 (Jarod Palmer/2, Joe Hartman/2) 1:52 Penalties - Reilly Smith, MIA (Hooking) 4:15; Paul Thompson, UNH (Interference) 5:28; Joe Hartman, MIA (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 5:41; Nick Krates, UNH (Boarding) 5:41; Mike Beck, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 9:14; Alden Hirschfeld, MIA (Tripping) 12:01; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Tripping) 15:06 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Bobby Butler/3 (Peter LeBlanc/2, Blake Kessel/3) 2:10 3, MIA Curtis McKenzie/2 (Jarod Palmer/3) 2:56 4, UNH Nick Krates/1 (Austin Block/1) 3:08 5, MIA Joe Hartman/1 (Tommy Wingels/5, Carter Camper/2) 4:09 6, UNH Blake Kessel/1 (Peter LeBlanc/3, Bobby Butler/1) 7:56 (PP) 7, UNH Mike Borisenok/2 (Paul Thompson/1, Damon Kipp/1) 9:04 (PP) 8, UNH Blake Kessel/2 (Peter LeBlanc/4, Bobby Butler/2) 10:08 9, MIA Andy Miele/1 (Jarod Palmer/4, Curtis McKenzie/3) 14:55 10, MIA Pat Cannone/2 (Trent Vogelhuber/1, Chris Wideman/2) 17:40 Penalties - Vincent LoVerde, MIA (Cross-Checking) 4:41; Matt Tomassoni, MIA (Cross-Checking) 5:21; Joe Hartman, MIA (Interference) 5:21; Will Weber, MIA (CHECKING) 6:46; Justin Vaive, MIA (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 10:19; Connor Hardowa, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 10:19; Phil DeSimone, UNH (FACE MASKING) 10:19; Nick Krates, UNH (Interference) 19:22 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Justin Vaive, MIA (Hooking) 5:36; Phil DeSimone, UNH (Hooking) 7:50; Stevie Moses, UNH (Boarding) 8:27; Bench, MIA (Too Many Players) 15:54 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None Miami Goaltending - Connor Knapp (30:08, 21 shots, 16 saves, 5 GA); Cody Reichard (34:52, 9 shots, 9 saves, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (65:00, 27 shots, 22 saves, 5 GA) Tie - Cody Reichard, MIA (2-0-1). Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (0-2-1). Shots On Goal - MIA 6-11-7-3=27; UNH 7-19-3-1=30 Power Plays - MIA 0 of 7; UNH 2 of 8 Penalties - MIA 10 (20 min); UNH 9 (18 min) Referees: John Gravallese, Tom Fyrer Assistant Referees: Chris Federico, Tom Cronin October 23, 2009 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. NORTHEASTERN (2-2-0, 0-1-0 HE) 0 0 2 - 2 UNH (1-2-1. 1-0-0 HE) 1 2 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Dalton Speelman/1 (Bobby Butler/3, Blake Kessel/4) 14:41 Penalties - Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 1:31; Randy Guzior, NOE (Holding) 7:47 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Dalton Speelman/2 (Peter LeBlanc/5, Bobby Butler/4) 0:24 3, UNH Bobby Butler/4 (Matt Campanale/1, Blake Kessel/5) 5:55 (PP) (GW) Penalties - Alex Tuckerman, NOE (Hooking) 4:02; Mike Borisenok, UNH (Tripping) 6:15; Jim Driscoll, NOE (Roughing) 11:21; Paul Thompson, UNH (High-Sticking) 11:21; Mike Sislo, UNH (Hooking) 11:43; Blake Kessel, UNH (O-INTERFERENCE) 14:01 3rd Period Scoring - 4, NOE Wade MacLeod/1 (Robbie Vrolyk/1, Steve Silva/2) 4:43 (PP) 5, UNH Mike Sislo/1 (Blake Kessel/6, Phil DeSimone/1) 11:43 (PP) 6, NOE Wade MacLeod/2 (Jim Driscoll/2) 14:20 Penalties - Mike Beck, UNH (Interference) 3:48; Bobby Butler, UNH (Holding) 4:24; Alex Tuckerman, NOE (Hooking) 8:34; Bench, NOE (Too Many Players) 10:41; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Slashing) 10:51; Bench, NOE (Too Many Players) 11:35; Wade MacLeod, NOE (Tripping) 11:58; Mike Beck, UNH (Boarding) 17:22 Northeastern Goaltending - Chris Rawlings (59:27, 34 shots, 30 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:33, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:56, 16 shots, 14 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:04, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (1-2-1). Loss - Chris Rawlings, NOE (2-2-0). Shots On Goal - NOE 6-4-6=16; UNH 12-9-13=34 Power Plays - NOE 1 of 7; UNH 2 of 6 Penalties - NOE 7 (14 min); UNH 9 (18 min) Three Stars: 1. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 2. Dalton Speelman (New Hampshire) 3. Wade MacLeod (Northeastern) Referees: Kevin Keenan, Tim Benedetto Assistant Referees: Tom Cronin, Wayne Silva October 24, 2009 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. Maine (1-5-0, 0-2-0 HE) 1 0 1 - 2 UNH (2-2-1. 2-0-0 HE) 1 3 1 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, MNE Tanner House/2 (Gustav Nyquist/5, Will O’Neill/3) 9:23 (PP) 2, UNH Greg Manz/1 (Greg Burke/1, Blake Kessel/7) 9:40 Penalties - Blake Kessel, UNH (CHECKING) 7:28; Ryan Hegarty, MNE (DELAY OF GAME) 18:45 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Stevie Moses/1 (Paul Thompson/2, Mike Borisenok/2) 3:31 4, UNH Stevie Moses/2 (Mike Borisenok/3, Paul Thompson/3) 15:41 (GW) 5, UNH Mike Borisenok/3 (Damon Kipp/2, Phil DeSimone/2) 18:14 (PP) Penalties - Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 7:30; Jeff Dimmen, MNE (Interference) 11:34; Kyle Solomon, MNE (Tripping) 16:36; Tanner House, MNE (Kneeing) 18:46 3rd Period Scoring - 6, MNE Will O’Neill/2 (Gustav Nyquist/6, Jeff Dimmen/3) 11:04 (PP) 7, UNH Blake Kessel/3 18:50 (EN) Penalties - Dalton Speelman, UNH (Interference) 1:08; Greg Burke, UNH (Roughing) 10:22; Stevie Moses, UNH (Tripping) 14:42; Kevin McCarey, UNH (Goaltender Interference) 19:53 Maine Goaltending - Shawn Sirman (40:00, 22 shots, 18 saves, 4 GA); Scott Darling (19:28, 3 shots, 3 saves, 0 GA); Empty Net (0:32, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:48, 24 shots, 22 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:12, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (2-2-1). Loss - Shawn Sirman, MNE (0-2-0). Shots On Goal - MNE 8-5-11=24; UNH 7-15-4=26 Power Plays - MNE 2 of 6; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - MNE 4 (8 min); UNH 6 (12 min) Three Stars: 1. Stevie Moses (New Hampshire) 2. Mike Borisenok (New Hampshire) 3. Gustav Nyquist (Maine)

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE October 30, 2009 at KOHL CENTER, MADISON, WIS. WISCONSIN (2-4-1, 1-2-1 WCHA) 0 2 2 - 4 UNH (2-3-1. 2-0-0 HE) 0 1 0 - 1 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Damon Kipp, UNH (5-Checking from Behind) 12:20; Damon Kipp, UNH (10-Game Misconduct) 12:20; Ben Street, WIS (Interference) 15:15; Mike Borisenok, UNH (Interference) 18:28; Cody Goloubef, WIS (Slashing) 18:28 2nd Period Scoring - 1, WIS John Ramage/1 (Aaron Bendickson/2) 5:43 2, WIS John Mitchell/1 (Ben Street/1, Cody Goloubef/2) 12:47 (GW) 3, UNH Peter LeBlanc/1 14:03 (SH) Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Tripping) 2:25; Austin Block, UNH (Interference) 13:11; Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 19:42 3rd Period Scoring - 4, WIS Derek Stepan/2 (Jake Gardiner/2, Ryan McDonagh/3) 5:22 5, WIS Derek Stepan/3 (Brendan Smith/4) 9:15 Penalties - Ryan McDonagh, WIS (Cross-Checking) 7:32; Austin Block, UNH (Interference) 7:37; Michael Davies, WIS (Tripping) 17:17; Blake Kessel, UNH (High-Sticking) 19:17; Blake Kessel, UNH (Roughing) 19:17; Blake Geoffrion, WIS (High-Sticking) 19:17; Blake Geoffrion, WIS (Roughing) 19:17; Brendan Smith, WIS (Tripping) 19:32 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:56, 51 shots, 47 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:04, 0 GA) Wisconsin Goaltending - Brett Bennett (59:59, 13 shots, 12 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (0:01, 0 GA) Win - Brett Bennett, WIS (2-1-0). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (2-3-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 5-4-4=13; WIS 18-19-14=51 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 3; WIS 0 of 5 Penalties - UNH 9 (29 min); WIS 7 (14 min) Referees: Derek Shepherd, Marco Hunt Assistant Referees: Dan Carey, Ed Moberg

November 8, 2009 at Tsongas arena, Lowell, mass. UML (5-2-1, 3-1-1HE) 1 1 4 - 6 UNH (2-5-2. 2-1-1 HE) 1 1 1 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Mike Sislo/3 (Dalton Speelman/1) 3:44 2, UML Maury Edwards/2 (Jeremy Dehner/4, Paul Worthington/3) 14:21 (PP) Penalties - Colin Wright, UML (Elbowing) 9:22; Matt Campanale, UNH (Cross-Checking) 14:09 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Austin Block/1 4:57 4, UML Kory Falite/3 (Nick Schaus/4, Scott Campbell/4) 12:32 Penalties - Bobby Butler, UNH (Hooking) 7:24; Brett Kostolansky, UNH (Holding) 20:00 3rd Period Scoring - 5, UML Ben Holmstrom/3 (Maury Edwards/5, Jeremy Dehner/5) 0:36 (PP) 6, UML Kory Falite/4 (David Vallorani/5) 4:56 (GW) 7, UML Nick Schaus/4 (Michael Scheu/1, Chris Auger/2) 7:31 (PP) 8, UNH Bobby Butler/6 (Connor Hardowa/1) 9:58 9, UML Michael Scheu/3 (Nick Schaus/5, David Vallorani/6) 15:04 Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Cross-Checking) 5:41; Matt Campanale, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 6:46; Phil DeSimone, UNH (CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 10:02; Maury Edwards, UML (CTH ROUGHING) 10:17; David Vallorani, UML (Tripping) 11:24 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 34 shots, 28 saves, 6 GA) UMass Lowell Goaltending - Carter Hutton (60:00, 36 shots, 33 saves, 3 GA) Win - Carter Hutton, UML (3-2-0). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (2-5-2). Shots On Goal - UNH 16-12-8=36; UML 7-16-11=34 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 3; UML 3 of 6 Penalties - UNH 6 (12 min); UML 3 (6 min) Three Stars: 1. Nick Schaus (UMass Lowell) 2. Kory Falite (UMass Lowell) 3. Maury Edwards (UMass Lowell) Referees: Matt Smith, Tim Benedetto Assistant Referees: Frank Keough, James Brown

October 31, 2009 at KOHL CENTER, MADISON, WIS. WISCONSIN (3-2-1, 1-2-1 WCHA) 0 3 3 - 6 UNH (2-4-1. 2-0-0 HE) 0 0 1 - 1 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Jordy Murray, WIS (TRIPPING THE GOALIE) 6:26; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Interference) 12:02; John Ramage, WIS (Charging) 14:23; Brendan Smith, WIS (Interference) 18:29 2nd Period Scoring - 1, WIS Jordy Murray/2 (Ryan McDonagh/4) 2:54 (PP) 2, WIS Ben Grotting/1 (Sean Dolan/1, Brendan Smith/5) 4:35 (GW) 3, WIS Jordy Murray/3 5:54 Penalties - Connor Hardowa, UNH (Holding) 1:10; Sean Dolan, WIS (Hooking) 7:43; Jordy Murray, WIS (Tripping) 18:29 3rd Period Scoring - 4, WIS John Ramage/2 (Brendan Smith/6, Andy Bohmbach/2) 7:18 (EA) 5, WIS Sean Dolan/1 (Aaron Bendickson/3, Brendan Smith/7) 12:56 6, UNH Stevie Moses/3 (Mike Borisenok/4, Greg Burke/2) 15:07 7, WIS Michael Davies/1 (Jordy Murray/1, John Ramage/3) 18:21 Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Unsportsmanlike Conduct) 19:37; Paul Thompson, UNH (Roughing) 19:37; Ben Grotting, WIS (Slashing) 19:37; Ben Grotting, WIS (Roughing) 19:37 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (47:16, 34 shots, 30 saves, 4 GA); Matt DiGirolamo (12:42, 10 shots, 8 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:02, 0 GA) Wisconsin Goaltending - Scott Gudmandson (59:47, 22 shots, 21 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (0:13, 0 GA) Win - Scott Gudmandson, WIS (1-1-1). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (2-4-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 7-6-9=22; WIS 13-16-15=44 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 5; WIS 1 of 2 Penalties - UNH 4 (8 min); WIS 7 (14 min) Referees: Derek Shepherd, Marco Hunt Assistant Referees: Ed Moberg, Dan Carey

November 13, 2009 at MULLINS arena, AMHERST, mass. UMASS (7-1-0, 4-1-0 HE 2 0 1 1 4 UNH (2-6-2. 2-2-1 HE) 0 2 1 0 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UMA Michael Lecomte/3 (Will Ortiz/6, Chase Langeraap/1) 16:28 2, UMA Justin Braun/2 (Daniel Hobbs/3) 18:39 Penalties - Damon Kipp, UNH (Charging) 0:53; Damon Kipp, UNH (Hooking) 6:26 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Stevie Moses/4 (Kevin McCarey/3) 10:27 4, UNH Peter LeBlanc/3 (Greg Burke/3, Brett Kostolansky/3) 17:52 Penalties - Michael Marcou, UMA (Boarding) 15:09 3rd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Bobby Butler/7 (Paul Thompson/4) 1:19 6, UMA Casey Wellman/5 (Daniel Hobbs/4, Justin Braun/7) 19:49 (EA) Penalties - None Overtime Scoring - 7, UMA David Boehm/2 (Michael Marcou/1) 2:05 (GW) Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (62:05, 31 shots, 27 saves, 4 GA) Massachusetts Goaltending - Paul Dainton (61:39, 45 shots, 42 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:26, 0 GA) Win - Paul Dainton, UMA (6-1-0). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (2-6-2). Shots On Goal - UNH 11-18-13-3=45; UMA 10-7-12-2=31 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; UMA 0 of 2 Penalties - UNH 2 (4 min); UMA 1 (2 min) Three Stars: 1. David Boehm (Massachusetts) 2. Casey Wellman (Massachusetts) 3. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) Referees: John Gravallese, Richard Patry Assistant Referees: Jean-Yves Roy, Tom Quinn

November 6, 2009 at whittemore CeNTER, Durham, n.h. BC (2-2-1, 1-2-1HE) 3 1 0 0 4 UNH (2-4-2. 2-0-1 HE) 0 1 3 0 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, BC Tommy Cross/1 (Cam Atkinson/4) 8:17 (PP) 2, BC Carl Sneep/2 (Brian Gibbons/4, Brian Dumoulin/1) 10:23 (PP) 3, BC Carl Sneep/3 (Paul Carey/3) 14:38 (PP) Penalties - Blake Kessel, UNH (Hooking) 6:42; Mike Sislo, UNH (Roughing) 9:40; Bobby Butler, UNH (Roughing) 14:25 2nd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Peter LeBlanc/2 (Mike Sislo/2, Damon Kipp/3) 4:47 5, BC Ben Smith/4 (Brian Gibbons/5) 13:31 (PP) Penalties - Brian Gibbons, BC (Boarding) 5:20; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Hooking) 11:55 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Mike Sislo/2 (Peter LeBlanc/6, Brett Kostolansky/1) 4:16 (PP) 7, UNH Paul Thompson/2 (Bobby Butler/5) 8:15 8, UNH Bobby Butler/5 (Phil DeSimone/3, Brett Kostolansky/2) 19:07 Penalties - Patrick Wey, BC (Tripping) 3:45; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Interference) 5:19 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None Boston College Goaltending - John Muse (65:00, 31 shots, 27 saves, 4 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (65:00, 36 shots, 32 saves, 4 GA) Tie - John Muse, BC (1-2-1). Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (2-4-2). Shots On Goal - BC 18-7-10-1=36; UNH 10-7-11-3=31 Power Plays - BC 4 of 5; UNH 1 of 2 Penalties - BC 2 (4 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 2. Carl Sneep (Boston College) 3. Peter LeBlanc (New Hampshire) Referees: Scott Hansen, Matt Smith Assistant Referees: Glen Cooke, Jeremy Lovett

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November 14, 2009 at MULLINS arena, AMHERST, mass. UMASS (7-2-0, 4-2-0 HE 0 2 0 - 2 UNH (3-6-2., 3-2-1 HE) 1 2 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Bobby Butler/8 (Phil DeSimone/4) 16:29 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UMA Will Ortiz/3 (Justin Braun/8) 4:37 3, UNH Peter LeBlanc/4 (Blake Kessel/8) 5:21 4, UNH Bobby Butler/9 (Mike Beck/1, Blake Kessel/9) 13:47 (GW) 5, UMA Martin Nolet/3 (James Marcou/11, Michael Lecomte/2) 18:25 Penalties - Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 17:41; Casey Wellman, UMA (Slashing) 18:07 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Mike Sislo/4 (Peter LeBlanc/7, Stevie Moses/1) 11:59 Penalties - Mike Beck, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:37; Daniel Hobbs, UMA (GRASPING THE FACEMASK) 19:37 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 35 shots, 33 saves, 2 GA) Massachusetts Goaltending - Paul Dainton (58:45, 18 shots, 14 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (1:15, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (3-6-2). Loss - Paul Dainton, UMA (6-2-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 8-4-6=18; UMA 7-20-8=35 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; UMA 0 of 1 Penalties - UNH 2 (4 min); UMA 2 (4 min) Three Stars: 1. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 2. Will Ortiz (Massachusetts) 3. Brian Foster (New Hampshire) Referees: Tom Fyrer, Chris Low Assistant Referees: Wayne Silva, Chris Federico

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS November 20, 2009 at Whittemore Center, Durham, N.H. BU (3-7-0, 2-6-0 HE) 0 1 1 - 2 UNH (4-6-2., 4-2-1 HE) 1 1 2 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Damon Kipp/1 (Paul Thompson/5, Phil DeSimone/5) 16:43 Penalties - Mike Beck, UNH (Holding) 9:49 2nd Period Scoring - 2, BU Zach Cohen/3 (Vinny Saponari/2, Corey Trivino/5) 4:33 3, UNH Bobby Butler/10 (Blake Kessel/10, Matt Campanale/2) 11:24 (PP) Penalties - Dalton Speelman, UNH (Tripping) 5:22; Vinny Saponari, BU (Hooking) 9:55; Sean Escobedo, BU (Boarding) 10:34; Phil DeSimone, UNH (CTH ROUGHING) 15:01; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (CHECKING) 18:52 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH John Henrion/1 (Greg Manz/1) 8:07 (GW) 5, BU Ross Gaudet/2 (Luke Popko/2, Kevin Shattenkirk/8) 8:48 6, UNH Paul Thompson/3 (Matt Campanale/3, Phil DeSimone/6) 11:14 (PP) Penalties - Stevie Moses, UNH (Interference) 1:02; Eric Gryba, BU (Interference) 10:26; Kevin Shattenkirk, BU (Hooking) 15:53; David Warsofsky, BU (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:03; Alex Chiasson, BU (Interference) 19:03; Paul Thompson, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 19:03; Zach Cohen, BU (Roughing) 19:41 Boston University Goaltending - Kieran Millan (59:20, 27 shots, 23 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:40, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 23 shots, 21 saves, 2 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (4-6-2). Loss - Kieran Millan, BU (2-7-0). Shots On Goal - BU 4-13-6=23; UNH 8-11-8=27 Power Plays - BU 0 of 5; UNH 2 of 6 Penalties - BU 7 (14 min); UNH 6 (12 min) Three Stars: 1. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 2. Paul Thompson (New Hampshire) 3. Zach Cohen (Boston University) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Tim Low Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Brendan Kelleher November 21, 2009 at Agganis arena, Boston, Mass. BU (3-7-1, 2-6-1 HE) 1 1 1 0 3 UNH (5-6-2., 4-2-1 HE) 1 0 1 0 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Paul Thompson/4 (Bobby Butler/6, Connor Hardowa/2) 5:22 2, BU David Warsofsky/3 (Alex Chiasson/2, Nick Bonino/3) 14:56 Penalties - Sean Escobedo, BU (Roughing) 15:33; David Warsofsky, BU (High-Sticking) 18:50 2nd Period Scoring - 3, BU Vinny Saponari/3 (Zach Cohen/1) 16:56 Penalties - Vinny Saponari, BU (Charging) 6:59; Mike Sislo, UNH (Hooking) 14:46 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Phil DeSimone/1 (Bobby Butler/7, Paul Thompson/6) 0:20 5, UNH Paul Thompson/5 (Matt Campanale/4, Bobby Butler/8) 6:05 (PP) 6, BU Corey Trivino/2 (Kevin Shattenkirk/9, Zach Cohen/2) 11:52 (PP) Penalties - Sean Escobedo, BU (Hitting from Behind) 1:06; Alex Chiasson, BU (Slashing) 5:08; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 11:14 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - David Warsofsky, BU (Cross-Checking) 0:11 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (65:00, 37 shots, 34 saves, 3 GA) Boston University Goaltending - Grant Rollheiser (65:00, 30 shots, 27 saves, 3 GA) Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (4-6-3). Tie - Grant Rollheiser, BU (1-0-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 12-6-10-2=30; BU 13-9-11-4=37 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 6; BU 1 of 2 Penalties - UNH 2 (4 min); BU 6 (12 min) Three Stars: 1. Paul Thompson (New Hampshire) 2. Vinny Saponari (Boston University) 3. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) Referees: John Gravallese, Tim Benedetto Assistant Referees: Marc Sullivan, Brendan Kelleher November 28, 2009 at Lawler Arena, North Andover, Mass. Merrimack (6-6-0, 3-4-0 HE) 1 2 1 - 4 UNH (5-6-3., 5-2-2 HE) 0 3 2 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, MER J.C. Robitaille/3 (Matt Moulakelis/1, Pat Kimball/2) 3:09 Penalties - Kyle Bigos, MER (CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 12:17; Blake Kessel, UNH (Hooking) 17:13 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Bobby Butler/11 (Damon Kipp/4, Peter LeBlanc/8) 7:08 (PP) 3, MER Justin Bonitatibus/3 (John Heffernan/2, Francois Ouimet/4) 7:39 4, UNH Bobby Butler/12 (Paul Thompson/7, Mike Beck/2) 16:22 (SH) 5, MER Joe Cucci/2 (Brandon Brodhag/3, Stephane Da Costa/8) 17:27 (PP) 6, UNH Paul Thompson/6 (Phil DeSimone/7, Blake Kessel/11) 19:01 Penalties - Bobby Butler, UNH (Slashing) 4:12; J.C. Robitaille, MER (Interference) 6:49; Brandon Brodhag, MER (Interference) 7:47; Mike Beck, UNH (CHECKING) 13:41; John Henrion, UNH (Tripping) 16:09 3rd Period Scoring - 7, UNH Paul Thompson/7 (Phil DeSimone/8, Blake Kessel/12) 0:47 8, UNH Phil DeSimone/2 (Bobby Butler/9, Damon Kipp/5) 6:19 (EA) (GW) 9, MER Jeff Velleca/4 9:23 Penalties - Jesse Todd, MER (Tripping) 1:29; Mike Beck, UNH (Tripping) 10:54; Joe Cucci, MER (Slashing) 19:48 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:29, 38 shots, 34 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:31, 0 GA) Merrimack Goaltending - Joe Cannata (58:22, 32 shots, 27 saves, 5 GA); Empty Net (1:38, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (5-6-3). Loss - Joe Cannata, MER (3-5-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 7-13-12=32; MER 16-11-11=38 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 5; MER 1 of 5 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); MER 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 2. Paul Thompson (New Hampshire) 3. Justin Bonitatibus (Merrimack) Referees: Tom Quinn, Jeff Bunyon Assistant Referees: James Brown, Paul Sacco III

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December 4, 2009 at Whittemore Center, Durham, n.h. UMass-Lowell (8-5-1, 4-4-1 HE) 0 1 0 - 1 UNH (6-6-3., 6-2-2 HE) 0 1 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Riley Wetmore, UML (Tripping) 18:03; Ben Holmstrom, UML (Hooking) 19:46 2nd Period Scoring - 1, UNH Mike Sislo/5 (Stevie Moses/2, Damon Kipp/6) 1:42 (PP) 2, UML Kory Falite/7 (Scott Campbell/9) 16:54 Penalties - Damon Kipp, UNH (Holding the Stick) 7:58; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Hooking) 12:06; Kory Falite, UML (Hooking) 14:36 3rd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Blake Kessel/4 (Greg Burke/4, Mike Borisenok/5) 6:47 (GW) Penalties - Connor Hardowa, UNH (Hooking) 8:56 UMass Lowell Goaltending - Carter Hutton (58:45, 34 shots, 32 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:15, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 30 shots, 29 saves, 1 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (6-6-3). Loss - Carter Hutton, UML (4-4-0). Shots On Goal - UML 11-9-10=30; UNH 9-12-13=34 Power Plays - UML 0 of 3; UNH 1 of 3 Penalties - UML 3 (6 min); UNH 3 (6 min) Three Stars: 1. Blake Kessel (New Hampshire) 2. Carter Hutton (UMass Lowell) 3. Greg Burke (New Hampshire) Referees: Dave Hansen, Scott Hansen Assistant Referees: Jeremy Lovett, Shane Belanger December 6, 2009 at Gutterson Fieldhouse, Burlington, Vt. Vermont (6-6-2, 4-5-2 HE) 1 1 0 - 2 UNH (7-6-3., 7-2-2 HE) 2 3 0 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, VER Jack Downing/4 (Justin Milo/4, Colin Vock/4) 2:21 (PP) 2, UNH Greg Burke/1 (Bobby Butler/10, Mike Borisenok/6) 12:51 3, UNH Blake Kessel/5 (Paul Thompson/8, Phil DeSimone/9) 18:44 Penalties - Paul Thompson, UNH (Boarding) 0:31; Matt Marshall, VER (Hooking) 7:57; Brian Roloff, VER (High-Sticking) 10:29 2nd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Greg Manz/2 (Dalton Speelman/2, Austin Block/2) 6:04 (GW) 5, UNH Peter LeBlanc/5 (Stevie Moses/3) 7:32 6, VER Colin Vock/3 (Drew MacKenzie/5, Justin Milo/5) 15:25 (PP) 7, UNH Damon Kipp/2 (Peter LeBlanc/9, Stevie Moses/4) 16:19 Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (Slashing) 14:18 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Brett Leonard, VER (5-Hitting from Behind) 3:03; Brett Leonard, VER (10-Game Misconduct) 3:03; Phil DeSimone, UNH (Contact to the Head - Elbowing) 10:15; Brayden Irwin, VER (Hooking) 19:41 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 30 shots, 28 saves, 2 GA) Vermont Goaltending - Mike Spillane (27:32, 13 shots, 9 saves, 4 GA); Rob Madore (29:02, 10 shots, 9 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (3:26, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (7-6-3). Loss - Mike Spillane, VER (3-2-0). Shots On Goal - UNH 8-8-7=23; VER 13-12-5=30 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 4; VER 2 of 3 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); VER 5 (21 min) Three Stars: 1. Peter LeBlanc (New Hampshire) 2. Stevie Moses (New Hampshire) 3. Jack Downing (Vermont) Referees: Chris Federico, Scott Hansen Assistant Referees: Chris Low, Tom Cronin December 11, 2009 at Schneider Arena, Providence, r.i. Providence (7-8-1, 2-6-1 HE) 1 0 2 - 3 UNH (8-6-3., 8-2-2 HE) 0 3 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, PRV Kyle MacKinnon/5 (Matt Bergland/6, Mark Fayne/9) 6:30 (PP) Penalties - Tim Schaller, PRV (Tripping) 3:50; Mike Beck, UNH (Slashing) 6:01; Blake Kessel, UNH (Hooking) 12:09; Chris Eppich, PRV (Slashing) 14:43; Aaron Jamnick, PRV (Hooking) 18:00 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Paul Thompson/8 (Phil DeSimone/10, Bobby Butler/11) 6:13 3, UNH Phil DeSimone/3 (Stevie Moses/5, Damon Kipp/7) 8:21 (SH) 4, UNH Bobby Butler/13 (Paul Thompson/9, Damon Kipp/8) 19:01 Penalties - Chris Rooney, PRV (Cross-Checking) 3:42; Mike Beck, UNH (CTH ROUGHING) 7:13; Myles Harvey, PRV (Cross-Checking) 10:12; Mark Fayne, PRV (Holding) 14:30 3rd Period Scoring - 5, PRV Jordan Kremyr/2 (Chris Eppich/3, Aaron Jamnick/4) 9:59 6, UNH Peter LeBlanc/6 (Stevie Moses/6, Blake Kessel/13) 12:59 (GW) 7, PRV Kyle MacKinnon/6 (Ian O’Connor/1) 16:06 Penalties - Mike Sislo, UNH (Holding) 4:48 New Hampshire Goaltending - Matt DiGirolamo (60:00, 35 shots, 32 saves, 3 GA) Providence Goaltending - Alex Beaudry (58:25, 28 shots, 24 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (1:35, 0 GA) Win - Matt DiGirolamo, UNH (1-0-0). Loss - Alex Beaudry, PRV (6-6-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-13-6=28; PRV 13-7-15=35 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 6; PRV 1 of 4 Penalties - UNH 4 (8 min); PRV 6 (12 min) Three Stars: 1. Phil DeSimone (New Hampshire) 2. Kyle MacKinnon (Providence) 3. Peter LeBlanc (New Hampshire) Referees: Kevin Keenan, Tom Quinn Assistant Referees: Brendan Kelleher, Tom Cronin

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE January 3, 2010 at WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. Cornell (8-4-2, 6-2-1 ECAC) 1 1 3 - 5 UNH (8-7-3., 8-2-2 HE) 0 2 0 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, COR Blake Gallagher/11 (Colin Greening/13, Keir Ross/1) 7:30 Penalties - Bench, COR (Too Many Players) 10:05; Bobby Butler, UNH (High-Sticking) 16:48; Stevie Moses, UNH (Hooking) 17:42 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Mike Sislo/6 (Matt Campanale/5, Mike Beck/3) 11:08 3, COR Patrick Kennedy/3 (Justin Krueger/4, Locke Jillson/2) 12:31 4, UNH Matt Campanale/1 (Stevie Moses/7) 16:11 Penalties - Nick D’Agostino, COR (CHECKING) 5:43; Bobby Butler, UNH (Slashing) 8:17; Joe Scali, COR (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:28; Phil DeSimone, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 16:28 3rd Period Scoring - 5, COR Sean Collins/3 (John Esposito/2) 5:11 (GW) 6, COR Riley Nash/5 (Justin Krueger/5, Patrick Kennedy/3) 8:15 7, COR Joe Scali/3 (Joe Devin/10) 18:01 (EN) Penalties - Patrick Kennedy, COR (Slashing) 11:49; Dan Nicholls, COR (CHECKING) 14:59 Cornell Goaltending - Ben Scrivens (60:00, 22 shots, 20 saves, 2 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (57:55, 42 shots, 38 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (2:05, 1 GA) Win - Ben Scrivens, COR (8-4-2). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (7-7-3). Shots On Goal - COR 14-19-10=43; UNH 7-8-7=22 Power Plays - COR 0 of 3; UNH 0 of 4 Penalties - COR 5 (10 min); UNH 4 (8 min) Referees: Dave Hansen, John Gravallese Assistant Referees: Brendan Kelleher, Chris Federico January 8, 2010 at WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. Mass.-Lowell (11-7-2, 5-4-2 HE) 2 0 0 0 2 UNH (8-7-4., 8-2-3 HE) 1 0 1 0 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Matt Campanale/2 (Greg Burke/5, Mike Borisenok/7) 1:47 2, UML Kory Falite/11 (Ryan Blair/5, Scott Campbell/10) 15:38 3, UML Colin Wright/4 (Ryan Blair/6, Scott Campbell/11) 18:56 Penalties - Stevie Moses, UNH (Slashing) 4:57; Greg Burke, UNH (Hooking) 16:26 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Riley Wetmore, UML (High-Sticking) 9:48; Paul Worthington, UML (Hooking) 11:13; Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 13:31; Mike Beck, UNH (Tripping) 18:04 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Phil DeSimone/4 (Blake Kessel/14, Bobby Butler/12) 4:16 (PP) Penalties - Michael Budd, UML (5-Hitting from Behind) 2:29; Michael Budd, UML (10-Game Misconduct) 2:29; Steve Capraro, UML (Tripping) 9:57; Austin Block, UNH (Interference) 13:21; Maury Edwards, UML (Interference) 13:34 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None UMass Lowell Goaltending - Nevin Hamilton (65:00, 26 shots, 24 saves, 2 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (64:53, 29 shots, 27 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:07, 0 GA) Tie - Nevin Hamilton, UML (5-2-2). Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (7-7-4). Shots On Goal - UML 9-10-6-4=29; UNH 5-12-8-1=26 Power Plays - UML 0 of 5; UNH 1 of 6 Penalties - UML 6 (23 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Phil DeSimone (New Hampshire) 2. Ryan Blair (UMass Lowell) 3. Brian Foster (New Hampshire) Referees: Tom Fyrer, Jack Millea Assistant Referees: Christopher Millea, Bryan Goodwin January 9, 2010 at WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. Massachusetts (11-7-0, 6-6-0 HE) 0 1 1 - 2 UNH (9-7-4., 9-2-3 HE) 4 2 1 - 7 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Paul Thompson/9 (Blake Kessel/15, Bobby Butler/13) 4:52 (PP) 2, UNH Bobby Butler/14 (Paul Thompson/10, Phil DeSimone/11) 5:29 3, UNH Paul Thompson/10 (Bobby Butler/14) 16:37 (SH) (GW) 4, UNH Kevin McCarey/1 (Greg Burke/6, Peter LeBlanc/10) 18:23 Penalties - Matthew Irwin, UMA (Interference) 4:39; Kevin McCarey, UNH (Tripping) 10:34; Scott Pavelski, UNH (Tripping) 15:54 2nd Period Scoring - 5, UMA T.J. Syner/6 0:23 6, UNH Bobby Butler/15 (Peter LeBlanc/11, Blake Kessel/16) 3:34 7, UNH Blake Kessel/6 (Brett Kostolansky/4, Paul Thompson/11) 15:17 (PP) Penalties - Damon Kipp, UNH (Boarding) 7:58; T.J. Syner, UMA (Boarding) 13:22; Damon Kipp, UNH (Elbowing) 15:32 3rd Period Scoring - 8, UMA Rocco Carzo/4 (Casey Wellman/12, Matthew Irwin/9) 17:33 (EA) 9, UNH Stevie Moses/5 17:50 Penalties - Casey Wellman, UMA (O-INTERFERENCE) 13:22; Douglas Kublin, UMA (Roughing) 18:05; Michael Marcou, UMA (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 18:05; Stevie Moses, UNH (Roughing) 18:05 Massachusetts Goaltending - Dan Meyers (59:50, 33 shots, 26 saves, 7 GA); Empty Net (0:10, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:49, 28 shots, 26 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:11, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (8-7-4). Loss - Dan Meyers, UMA (2-1-0). Shots On Goal - UMA 7-13-8=28; UNH 13-13-7=33 Power Plays - UMA 0 of 4; UNH 2 of 4 Penalties - UMA 5 (10 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Paul Thompson (New Hampshire) 2. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 3. Blake Kessel (New Hampshire) Referees: Scott Hansen, Kevin Keenan Assistant Referees: Scott Whittemore, Jeremy Lovett

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January 16, 2010 at VERIZON WIRELESS ARENA, MANCHESTER, N.H. Dartmouth (4-12-0, 2-7-0 ECAC) 2 0 0 - 2 UNH (10-7-4., 9-2-3 HE) 2 2 1 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Phil DeSimone/5 (Paul Thompson/12, Blake Kessel/17) 3:11 2, DAR Nick Walsh/3 (Danny Markowitz/2) 7:22 3, DAR Matt Reber/3 (Doug Jones/9, Adam Estoclet/9) 14:28 4, UNH Paul Thompson/11 (Blake Kessel/18) 19:20 Penalties - Greg Burke, UNH (Holding) 8:15; Connor Goggin, DAR (Hitting from Behind) 10:30; Adam Estoclet, DAR (Roughing) 19:37; Blake Kessel, UNH (Roughing) 19:37 2nd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Bobby Butler/16 (Phil DeSimone/12, Blake Kessel/19) 12:39 (PP) (GW) 6, UNH Peter LeBlanc/7 (Mike Sislo/3, Matt Campanale/6) 13:24 (PP) Penalties - Doug Jones, DAR (Holding) 11:30; Joe Stejskal, DAR (Slashing) 11:57 3rd Period Scoring - 7, UNH Paul Thompson/12 (Blake Kessel/20, Brett Kostolansky/5) 10:59 (PP) Penalties - Kevin McCarey, UNH (Interference) 3:58; Scott Fleming, DAR (Interference) 9:09; Scott Pavelski, UNH (Slashing) 11:59; Stevie Moses, UNH (Hooking) 19:06 Dartmouth Goaltending - Jody O’Neill (60:00, 38 shots, 33 saves, 5 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 26 shots, 24 saves, 2 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (9-7-4). Loss - Jody O’Neill, DAR (4-11-0). Shots On Goal - DAR 12-3-11=26; UNH 12-11-15=38 Power Plays - DAR 0 of 4; UNH 3 of 4 Penalties - DAR 5 (10 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Referees: John Gravallese, Tom Quinn Assistant Referees: Brendan Kelleher, Chris Millea January 22, 2010 at Schneider Arena, Providence, R.i. Providence (9-12-1, 4-10-1 HE) 0 1 1 0 2 UNH (11-7-4., 10-2-3 HE) 1 1 0 1 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Paul Thompson/13 (Bobby Butler/15, Phil DeSimone/13) 18:17 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Mike Borisenok/4 (Stevie Moses/8, Dalton Speelman/3) 2:46 3, PRV Ian O’Connor/5 (Alex Velischek/8, Mark Fayne/12) 10:57 Penalties - Greg Collins, PRV (Boarding) 5:36; Blake Kessel, UNH (Interference) 13:14; John Cavanagh, PRV (Interference) 14:24; Austin Block, UNH (High-Sticking) 16:54; Paul Thompson, UNH (Slashing) 16:54; Matt Bergland, PRV (High-Sticking) 16:54 3rd Period Scoring - 4, PRV John Cavanagh/1 (Matt Germain/9, Kyle MacKinnon/9) 7:28 Penalties - Tim Schaller, PRV (Hitting from Behind) 9:30; Tim Schaller, PRV (Cross-Checking) 11:35 Overtime Scoring - 5, UNH Phil DeSimone/6 (Bobby Butler/16, Blake Kessel/21) 2:17 (GW) Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (62:17, 32 shots, 30 saves, 2 GA) Providence Goaltending - Alex Beaudry (62:17, 42 shots, 39 saves, 3 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (10-7-4). Loss - Alex Beaudry, PRV (8-10-1). Shots On Goal - UNH 16-12-13-1=42; PRV 5-16-8-3=32 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 4; PRV 0 of 2 Penalties - UNH 3 (6 min); PRV 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Phil DeSimone (New Hampshire) 2. Alex Beaudry (Providence) 3. Paul Thompson (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Kevin Shea Assistant Referees: James Brown, Frank Keough January 23, 2010 at Agganis arena, boston, mass. Boston Univ. (8-11-3, 6-9-2 HE) 0 0 1 - 1 UNH (12-7-4., 11-2-3 HE) 1 2 1 - 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Mike Borisenok/5 (Stevie Moses/9, Dalton Speelman/4) 5:10 Penalties - Nick Bonino, BU (Holding) 5:49; Matt Campanale, UNH (Hooking) 11:55 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Damon Kipp/3 (Mike Sislo/4, Peter LeBlanc/12) 7:58 (GW) 3, UNH Bobby Butler/17 (Phil DeSimone/14, Damon Kipp/9) 15:24 Penalties - Zach Cohen, BU (Interference) 5:45; Wade Megan, BU (Slashing) 8:11; Paul Thompson, UNH (Diving) 13:15; Ryan Santana, BU (Boarding) 16:56; Mike Borisenok, UNH (Hooking) 19:32 3rd Period Scoring - 4, BU Chris Connolly/7 (Vinny Saponari/12, Nick Bonino/12) 9:09 (PP) 5, UNH Mike Sislo/7 (Peter LeBlanc/13, Brett Kostolansky/6) 17:27 (PP) Penalties - Justin Courtnall, BU (Charging) 2:53; Greg Burke, UNH (Boarding) 4:13; Mike Sislo, UNH (CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 4:13; Nick Krates, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 8:56; Bench, BU (Too Many Players) 16:56 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 35 shots, 34 saves, 1 GA) Boston University Goaltending - Grant Rollheiser (59:00, 32 shots, 28 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (1:00, 0 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (11-7-4). Loss - Grant Rollheiser, BU (2-1-3). Shots On Goal - UNH 8-16-8=32; BU 10-7-18=35 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 6; BU 1 of 6 Penalties - UNH 6 (12 min); BU 6 (12 min) Three Stars: 1. Brian Foster (New Hampshire) 2. Damon Kipp (New Hampshire) 3. Grant Rollheiser (Boston University) Referees: John Gravallese, Kevin Keenan Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Chris Aughe

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS January 29, 2010 at Lawler arena, North andover, mass. Merrimack College (9-13-0, 6-9-0 HE) 1 1 1 - 3 UNH (12-8-4., 11-3-3 HE) 0 2 0 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, MER Chris Barton/13 (Jeff Velleca/4, Stephane Da Costa/15) 6:43 Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Interference) 8:07; Jesse Todd, MER (Boarding) 15:30; Phil DeSimone, UNH (CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 16:50; Kyle Bigos, MER (CROSS CHECKING) 19:11; J.C. Robitaille, MER (Interference) 19:44 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Bobby Butler/18 (Blake Kessel/22, Brett Kostolansky/7) 0:49 (PP) 3, MER Karl Stollery/3 (J.C. Robitaille/6, Chris Barton/11) 11:17 (PP) 4, UNH Paul Thompson/14 (Bobby Butler/17, Phil DeSimone/15) 19:57 Penalties - Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Charging) 5:22; Dalton Speelman, UNH (Goaltender Interference) 10:38; Joe Cucci, MER (Tripping) 12:30; Paul Thompson, UNH (CROSS CHECKING) 14:15; Mike Beck, UNH (Tripping) 15:47; Stevie Moses, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 20:00; John Heffernan, MER (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 20:00 3rd Period Scoring - 5, MER Karl Stollery/4 (Stephane Da Costa/16) 0:29 (GW) Penalties - Brandon Brodhag, MER (Interference) 1:21; Paul Thompson, UNH (CROSS CHECKING) 9:37 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:03, 43 shots, 40 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:57, 0 GA) Merrimack Goaltending - Andrew Braithwaite (60:00, 30 shots, 28 saves, 2 GA) Win - Andrew Braithwaite, MER (6-4-0). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (11-8-4). Shots On Goal - UNH 11-11-8=30; MER 13-12-18=43 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 5; MER 1 of 7 Penalties - UNH 8 (16 min); MER 6 (12 min) Three Stars: 1. Karl Stollery (Merrimack) 2. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 3. Andrew Braithwaite (Merrimack) Referees: John Gravallese, Chris Federico Assistant Referees: Marc Sullivan, Tom Cronin

february 6, 2010 at alfond arena, orono, maine Maine (14-9-3, 11-6-2 HE) 0 3 3 - 6 UNH (13-10-4, 12-5-3 HE) 2 0 1 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH John Henrion/2 (Kevin McCarey/4, Mike Beck/4) 8:27 2, UNH Peter LeBlanc/10 (Stevie Moses/12, Brett Kostolansky/8) 18:30 Penalties - Tanner House, MNE (Boarding) 0:25; Will O’Neill, MNE (Slashing) 4:31; Bobby Butler, UNH (Hooking) 10:23; Blake Kessel, UNH (Roughing) 11:39; Jeff Dimmen, MNE (Roughing) 11:39; Paul Thompson, UNH (Tripping) 16:23; Tanner House, MNE (Interference) 20:00 2nd Period Scoring - 3, MNE Brian Flynn/8 (Adam Shemansky/10, David de Kastrozza/8) 6:46 (PP) 4, MNE Robby Dee/10 (Jeff Dimmen/12, Spencer Abbott/13) 7:43 5, MNE Theo Andersson/3 (Kevin Swallow/7, Joey Diamond/1) 18:29 Penalties - Mike Sislo, UNH (Holding) 6:01; Tanner House, MNE (Slashing) 8:09 3rd Period Scoring - 6, MNE Joey Diamond/5 (Jeff Dimmen/13, Theo Andersson/2) 4:36 (PP) (GW) 7, UNH Phil DeSimone/8 (Paul Thompson/14, Bobby Butler/19) 9:19 8, MNE Brian Flynn/9 (Gustav Nyquist/25) 18:22 9, MNE Tanner House/13 (Gustav Nyquist/26, Will O’Neill/19) 19:18 (EN) Penalties - Blake Kessel, UNH (Interference) 2:38 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:28, 39 shots, 34 saves, 5 GA); Empty Net (0:32, 1 GA) Maine Goaltending - Scott Darling (60:00, 30 shots, 27 saves, 3 GA) Win - Scott Darling, MNE (14-3-3). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (12-10-4). Shots On Goal - UNH 9-14-7=30; MNE 11-18-11=40 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 4; MNE 2 of 4 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); MNE 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Brian Flynn (Maine) 2. Theo Andersson (Maine) 3. Phil DeSimone (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Tim Low Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Andrew Weber

January 30, 2010 at Lawler arena, North andover, mass. Merrimack (9-14-0, 6-10-0 HE) 0 2 1 0 3 UNH (13-8-4, 12-3-3 HE) 1 2 0 1 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Peter LeBlanc/8 (Mike Sislo/5) 1:33 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Mike Sislo/8 (Stevie Moses/10, Peter LeBlanc/14) 1:43 3, MER Justin Bonitatibus/7 (Carter Madsen/1, Elliott Sheen/4) 4:43 4, UNH Peter LeBlanc/9 (Mike Sislo/6, Stevie Moses/11) 13:20 5, MER Chris Barton/14 (Karl Stollery/10, Stephane Da Costa/17) 16:09 (PP) Penalties - Greg Manz, UNH (CTH ROUGHING) 14:41; Joe Cucci, MER (CTH ROUGHING) 18:52; Greg Burke, UNH (Cross-Checking) 18:52; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Elbowing) 19:30 3rd Period Scoring - 6, MER Chris Barton/15 (Stephane Da Costa/18, Pat Bowen/13) 0:42 (PP) Penalties - Kyle Bigos, MER (5-Hitting from Behind) 6:37; Kyle Bigos, MER (10-Game Misconduct) 6:37; Kevin McCarey, UNH (Tripping) 12:27 Overtime Scoring - 7, UNH Paul Thompson/15 (Bobby Butler/18, Phil DeSimone/16) 4:48 (GW) Penalties - None Merrimack Goaltending - Andrew Braithwaite (64:48, 47 shots, 43 saves, 4 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (64:48, 29 shots, 26 saves, 3 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (12-8-4). Loss - Andrew Braithwaite, MER (6-5-0). Shots On Goal - MER 10-11-7-1=29; UNH 17-8-11-11=47 Power Plays - MER 2 of 3; UNH 0 of 1 Penalties - MER 3 (17 min); UNH 4 (8 min) Three Stars: 1. Peter LeBlanc (New Hampshire) 2. Chris Barton (Merrimack) 3. Mike Sislo (New Hampshire) Referees: Scott Hansen, Tim Low Assistant Referees: Shane Belanger, Jeremy Lovett

february 12, 2010 at Whittemore Center, durham n.h. Providence (9-17-2, 4-15-2 HE) 1 1 0 - 2 UNH (14-10-4., 13-5-3 HE) 1 1 3 - 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Bobby Butler/19 (Matt Campanale/7, Phil DeSimone/17) 4:01 2, PRV Andy Balysky/1 (Robert Maloney/1, Mark Fayne/14) 17:46 Penalties - Austin Block, UNH (Interference) 6:12; Alex Velischek, PRV (Holding) 8:30; Greg Collins, PRV (Charging) 8:30; Robert Maloney, PRV (Hooking) 13:24; Mike Sislo, UNH (Hooking) 18:24 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Peter LeBlanc/11 (Stevie Moses/13, Mike Sislo/7) 13:53 4, PRV John Cavanagh/3 (Matt Bergland/10, Aaron Jamnick/6) 14:58 Penalties - Blake Kessel, UNH (Tripping) 6:32; Eric Baier, PRV (Hooking) 9:24 3rd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Bobby Butler/20 (Phil DeSimone/18) 9:04 (GW) 6, UNH Bobby Butler/21 (Phil DeSimone/19, Mike Sislo/8) 17:21 7, UNH Bobby Butler/22 (Brett Kostolansky/9) 19:11 (SH) (EN) Penalties - Aaron Jamnick, PRV (Boarding) 5:20; Mike Beck, UNH (Hooking) 18:38; Damon Kipp, UNH (CTH ROUGHING) 20:00 Providence Goaltending - Alex Beaudry (59:27, 33 shots, 29 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:33, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 30 shots, 28 saves, 2 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (13-10-4). Loss - Alex Beaudry, PRV (8-15-2). Shots On Goal - PRV 13-10-7=30; UNH 14-7-13=34 Power Plays - PRV 0 of 4; UNH 0 of 5 Penalties - PRV 5 (10 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Three Stars: 1. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 2. Phil DeSimone (New Hampshire) 3. John Cavanagh (Providence) Referees: John Gravallese, Tom Quinn Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Brendan Blanchard

February 5, 2010 at alfond arena, orono, maine Maine (13-9-3, 10-6-2 HE) 0 2 1 - 3 UNH (13-9-4, 12-4-3 HE) 1 1 0 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Mike Sislo/9 (Blake Kessel/23) 5:00 (SH) Penalties - Bobby Butler, UNH (Hooking) 4:20 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Phil DeSimone/7 (Blake Kessel/24, Paul Thompson/13) 4:15 3, MNE Tanner House/12 (Gustav Nyquist/23, Will O’Neill/18) 11:55 (PP) 4, MNE Jeff Dimmen/5 (Gustav Nyquist/24, Brian Flynn/18) 19:39 Penalties - Joey Diamond, MNE (Boarding) 6:00; Scott Pavelski, UNH (Slashing) 11:33; Mike Beck, UNH (Hooking) 15:19 3rd Period Scoring - 5, MNE Robby Dee/9 (David de Kastrozza/7) 0:44 (GW) Penalties - Stevie Moses, UNH (Hooking) 7:30; Nick Krates, UNH (Hooking) 14:39; Robby Dee, MNE (Holding) 16:08; Mike Cornell, MNE (Cross-Checking) 17:36 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (58:45, 34 shots, 31 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:15, 0 GA) Maine Goaltending - Scott Darling (60:00, 30 shots, 28 saves, 2 GA) Win - Scott Darling, MNE (13-3-3). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (12-9-4). Shots On Goal - UNH 7-12-11=30; MNE 11-13-10=34 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 3; MNE 1 of 5 Penalties - UNH 5 (10 min); MNE 3 (6 min) Three Stars: 1. Scott Darling (Maine) 2. Robby Dee (Maine) 3. Blake Kessel (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Tim Low Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Andrew Weber

february 19, 2010 at Whittemore Center, durham n.h. Vermont (13-11-5, 7-10-5 HE) 2 2 0 0 4 UNH (15-10-4., 14-5-3 HE) 2 2 0 1 5 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Phil DeSimone/9 (Bobby Butler/20, Paul Thompson/15) 0:26 2, VER Brayden Irwin/12 (Dan Lawson/3, Kyle Medvec/9) 3:01 (PP) 3, UNH Matt Campanale/3 (Stevie Moses/14, Mike Sislo/9) 4:37 (PP) 4, VER Patrick Cullity/2 (Brian Roloff/15, Tobias Nilsson-Roos/3) 6:46 Penalties - Dalton Speelman, UNH (Interference) 2:51; Patrick Cullity, VER (Interference) 3:10; Kyle Medvec, VER (Interference) 18:16 2nd Period Scoring - 5, UNH Nick Krates/2 (Mike Sislo/10, Peter LeBlanc/15) 2:24 6, VER Jonathan Higgins/2 (Kyle Medvec/10, Drew MacKenzie/7) 9:02 7, UNH Bobby Butler/23 (Paul Thompson/16, Damon Kipp/10) 12:05 8, VER Colin Vock/8 (Sebastian St� lberg/10, Brayden Irwin/14) 16:45 Penalties - Jonathan Higgins, VER (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 11:50; Blake Kessel, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 11:50; Matt Marshall, VER (Hooking) 14:26 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Kevin McCarey, UNH (Hitting from Behind) 2:08; Colin Vock, VER (CHECKING) 8:17; Kevan Miller, VER (CHECKING) 8:37 Overtime Scoring - 9, UNH Peter LeBlanc/12 (Blake Kessel/25, Stevie Moses/15) 1:25 (GW) Penalties - None Vermont Goaltending - Rob Madore (61:25, 26 shots, 21 saves, 5 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (61:25, 43 shots, 39 saves, 4 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (14-10-4). Loss - Rob Madore, VER (9-9-5). Shots On Goal - VER 13-18-11-1=43; UNH 9-6-9-2=26 Power Plays - VER 1 of 2; UNH 1 of 5 Penalties - VER 6 (12 min); UNH 3 (6 min) Three Stars: 1. Peter LeBlanc (New Hampshire) 2. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) 3. Brayden Irwin (Vermont) Referees: Tim Low, Jeff Bunyon Assistant Referees: Jeremy Lovett, Brendan Kelleher

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE february 20, 2010 at Whittemore Center, durham n.h. Vermont (13-11-6, 7-10-6 HE) 0 3 0 0 3 UNH (15-10-5, 14-5-4 HE) 2 0 1 0 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Bobby Butler/24 (Paul Thompson/17, Phil DeSimone/20) 10:37 2, UNH Greg Burke/2 (Brett Kostolansky/10) 18:38 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 3, VER Sebastian St� lberg/5 (Colin Vock/15, Brayden Irwin/15) 2:46 4, VER Brett Leonard/1 (Drew MacKenzie/8) 13:45 5, VER Colin Vock/9 (Sebastian St� lberg/11, Brayden Irwin/16) 18:25 Penalties - Kyle Medvec, VER (Hooking) 7:03 3rd Period Scoring - 6, UNH Mike Borisenok/6 (Peter LeBlanc/16, Damon Kipp/11) 4:27 (PP) Penalties - Brayden Irwin, VER (Boarding) 3:57; Connor Hardowa, UNH (Interference) 9:56; Phil DeSimone, UNH (Slashing) 12:05; Colin Vock, VER (Cross-Checking) 14:54 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - Dan Lawson, VER (Tripping) 4:41 Vermont Goaltending - Rob Madore (64:55, 42 shots, 39 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:05, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (64:46, 29 shots, 26 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:14, 0 GA) Tie - Rob Madore, VER (9-9-6). Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (14-10-5). Shots On Goal - VER 8-13-5-3=29; UNH 22-11-7-2=42 Power Plays - VER 0 of 2; UNH 1 of 4 Penalties - VER 4 (8 min); UNH 2 (4 min) Three Stars: 1. Sebastian St� lberg (Vermont) 2. Mike Borisenok (New Hampshire) 3. Bobby Butler (New Hampshire) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Kevin Shea Assistant Referees: Jeremy Lovett, Tom Cronin february 26, 2010 at Matthews Arena, Boston, Mass. Northeastern (16-13-2, 11-11-2 HE) 2 2 0 0 4 UNH (15-10-6, 14-5-5 HE) 0 2 2 0 4 1st Period Scoring - 1, NOE Justin Daniels/7 (Tyler McNeely/14) 1:37 2, NOE Kyle Kraemer/14 (Tyler McNeely/15, Justin Daniels/5) 8:06 Penalties - Wade MacLeod, NOE (Tripping) 9:16; Mike Beck, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 14:22; Chris Donovan, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 14:22; Phil DeSimone, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 15:58; Greg Costa, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 15:58; Jim Driscoll, NOE (GRASPING THE FACEMASK) 15:58 2nd Period Scoring - 3, NOE Drew Daniels/4 (Robbie Vrolyk/5, Greg Costa/6) 3:18 4, UNH Mike Sislo/10 (Peter LeBlanc/17, Mike Beck/5) 4:40 (SH) 5, UNH Peter LeBlanc/13 (Stevie Moses/16, Mike Sislo/11) 10:29 (PP) 6, NOE Tyler McNeely/12 (Drew Ellement/7, Justin Daniels/6) 18:15 Penalties - Nick Krates, UNH (Hooking) 4:02; Bench, NOE (Too Many Players) 10:04; Steve Silva, NOE (Elbowing) 14:11 3rd Period Scoring - 7, UNH Stevie Moses/6 (Mike Sislo/12) 4:56 8, UNH Blake Kessel/7 (Mike Sislo/13, Paul Thompson/18) 19:46 (EA) Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Hooking) 6:48; Damon Kipp, UNH (Holding) 9:18; Tyler McNeely, NOE (Holding the Stick) 10:38; Drew Muench, NOE (Hooking) 11:18; Paul Thompson, UNH (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:44; Greg Costa, NOE (HITTING AFTER WHISTLE) 12:44 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (64:04, 32 shots, 28 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:56, 0 GA) Northeastern Goaltending - Chris Rawlings (64:59, 40 shots, 36 saves, 4 GA); Empty Net (0:01, 0 GA) Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (14-10-6). Tie - Chris Rawlings, NOE (15-11-2). Shots On Goal - UNH 7-11-20-2=40; NOE 10-14-7-1=32 Power Plays - UNH 1 of 6; NOE 0 of 3 Penalties - UNH 6 (12 min); NOE 9 (18 min) Three Stars: 1. Mike Sislo (New Hampshire) 2. Tyler McNeely (Northeastern) 3. Blake Kessel (New Hampshire) Referees: Thomas Fryer, Kevin Shea Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Andrew Weber february 27, 2010 at WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. Northeastern (16-14-2, 11-12-2 HE) 1 0 0 - 1 UNH (16-10-6, 15-5-5 HE) 0 0 3 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, NOE Kyle Kraemer/15 (Justin Daniels/7) 0:38 Penalties - Nick Krates, UNH (Tripping) 14:24 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Boarding) 1:36; Drew Ellement, NOE (Hooking) 11:44; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Tripping) 17:35 3rd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Dalton Speelman/3 (John Henrion/1, Mike Borisenok/8) 14:58 3, UNH Paul Thompson/16 (Matt Campanale/8, Damon Kipp/12) 15:10 (GW) 4, UNH Peter LeBlanc/14 (Mike Sislo/14, Bobby Butler/21) 19:13 (EN) Penalties - Bench, NOE (Too Many Players) 3:55; Damon Kipp, UNH (Boarding) 4:52 Northeastern Goaltending - Chris Rawlings (58:55, 22 shots, 20 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:05, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 25 shots, 24 saves, 1 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (15-10-6). Loss - Chris Rawlings, NOE (15-12-2). Shots On Goal - NOE 13-9-3=25; UNH 6-5-12=23 Power Plays - NOE 0 of 4; UNH 0 of 2 Penalties - NOE 2 (4 min); UNH 4 (8 min) Three Stars: 1. Brian Foster (New Hampshire) 2. Kyle Kraemer (Northeastern) 3. Dalton Speelman (New Hampshire) Referees: Scott Hansen, Kevin Keenan Assistant Referees: Brendan Kelleher, Chris Aughe

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March 5, 2010 at WHITTEMORE CENTER, DURHAM, N.H. Boston College (20-10-3, 16-10-3 HE) 1 2 0 - 3 UNH (16-10-7, 15-5-6 HE) 0 0 3 - 3 1st Period Scoring - 1, BC Chris Kreider/12 (Ben Smith/14, Jimmy Hayes/15) 12:26 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 2, BC Matt Lombardi/2 (Brian Dumoulin/15, Barry Almeida/4) 4:15 3, BC Tommy Cross/5 (Ben Smith/15, Edwin Shea/5) 5:47 Penalties - None 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH John Henrion/3 (Mike Borisenok/9) 1:46 5, UNH Kevin McCarey/2 (Phil DeSimone/21, Mike Beck/6) 8:33 6, UNH Blake Kessel/8 (Bobby Butler/22, Phil DeSimone/22) 16:05 (PP) Penalties - Greg Burke, UNH (Tripping) 4:40; Steven Whitney, BC (Slashing) 5:19; Joe Whitney, BC (Tripping) 14:38 Overtime Scoring - None Penalties - None Boston College Goaltending - Parker Milner (65:00, 29 shots, 26 saves, 3 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (65:00, 33 shots, 30 saves, 3 GA) Tie - Parker Milner, BC (9-2-1). Tie - Brian Foster, UNH (15-10-7). Shots On Goal - BC 14-11-3-5=33; UNH 10-5-12-2=29 Power Plays - BC 0 of 1; UNH 1 of 2 Penalties - BC 2 (4 min); UNH 1 (2 min) Three Stars: 1. Blake Kessel (New Hampshire) 2. Ben Smith (Boston College) 3. Phil DeSimone (New Hampshire) Referees: Tom Fyrer, Jack Millea Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Chris Aughe March 6, 2010 at Conte Forum, Chestnut hill, mass. Boston College (21-10-3, 17-10-3 HE) 1 1 1 - 3 UNH (16-11-7, 15-6-6 HE) 1 1 0 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, BC Joe Whitney/13 (Ben Smith/16, Cam Atkinson/19) 8:28 2, UNH Bobby Butler/25 (Phil DeSimone/23, Brian Foster/1) 19:01 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 3, UNH Mike Beck/1 (Mike Sislo/15) 19:01 4, BC Brian Dumoulin/1 (Carl Sneep/14, Cam Atkinson/20) 19:56 Penalties - Joe Whitney, BC (Hitting from Behind) 8:58; John Henrion, UNH (Tripping) 11:54; Mike Beck, UNH (Slashing) 16:56 3rd Period Scoring - 5, BC Paul Carey/7 (Patch Alber/1, Pat Mullane/14) 2:44 (GW) Penalties - Phil DeSimone, UNH (Hooking) 9:30; Mike Sislo, UNH (Cross-Checking) 13:48; Chris Kreider, BC (Charging) 14:33 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (58:42, 42 shots, 39 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (1:18, 0 GA) Boston College Goaltending - John Muse (60:00, 18 shots, 16 saves, 2 GA) Win - John Muse, BC (12-8-2). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (15-11-7). Shots On Goal - UNH 5-4-9=18; BC 15-14-13=42 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 2; BC 0 of 4 Penalties - UNH 4 (8 min); BC 2 (4 min) Three Stars: 1. Brian Dumoulin (Boston College) 2. Paul Carey (Boston College) 3. Brian Foster (New Hampshire) Referees: John Gravallese, Tom Quinn Assistant Referees: Chris Federico, Tim Low March 12, 2010 at Whittemore Center, Durham, n.H. Vermont (15-13-7, 9-11-7 HE) 2 2 0 - 4 UNH (17-11-7, 15-6-6 HE) 1 2 4 - 7 1st Period Scoring - 1, UNH Bobby Butler/26 (Blake Kessel/26, Matt Campanale/9) 6:16 (PP) 2, VER Drew MacKenzie/4 (Jonathan Higgins/3) 13:09 3, VER Jay Anctil/2 (Tobias Nilsson-Roos/6) 17:53 Penalties - Dan Lawson, VER (Interference) 5:52; Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Hooking) 15:48 2nd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Nick Krates/3 (Peter LeBlanc/18) 1:27 5, VER Josh Burrows/6 (Brian Roloff/18) 4:03 6, VER Jonathan Higgins/3 (Chris McCarthy/11, Patrick Cullity/9) 8:40 7, UNH Mike Sislo/11 (Peter LeBlanc/19, Stevie Moses/17) 18:00 Penalties - John Henrion, UNH (CONTACT TO THE HEAD) 4:03 3rd Period Scoring - 8, UNH Blake Kessel/9 (Bobby Butler/23, Phil DeSimone/24) 0:38 9, UNH Mike Sislo/12 (Peter LeBlanc/20, Stevie Moses/18) 3:25 (GW) 10, UNH Bobby Butler/27 (Phil DeSimone/25, Paul Thompson/19) 4:08 11, UNH Paul Thompson/17 18:58 (EN) Penalties - None Vermont Goaltending - Rob Madore (44:08, 21 shots, 15 saves, 6 GA); John Vazzano (15:14, 4 shots, 4 saves, 0 GA); Empty Net (0:38, 1 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 35 shots, 31 saves, 4 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (16-11-7). Loss - Rob Madore, VER (11-11-7). Shots On Goal - VER 8-11-16=35; UNH 5-10-11=26 Power Plays - VER 0 of 2; UNH 1 of 1 Penalties - VER 1 (2 min); UNH 2 (4 min) Referees: Tim Benedetto, Kevin Shea Assistant Referees: Chris Federico, Tim Low

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS March 13, 2010 at Whittemore Center, Durham, n.H. Vermont (16-13-7, 9-11-7 HE) 0 0 1 - 1 UNH (17-12-7, 15-6-6 HE) 0 0 0 - 0 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Brayden Irwin, VER (GRASPING THE FACEMASK) 3:14; Phil DeSimone, UNH (GRASPING THE FACEMASK) 3:14; Jack Downing, VER (Cross-Checking) 4:31; Mike Beck, UNH (DELAY OF GAME) 8:29; Brian Roloff, VER (Hooking) 10:51; Jay Anctil, VER (High-Sticking) 16:49 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Damon Kipp, UNH (Interference) 8:38; Mike Borisenok, UNH (Hooking) 15:26 3rd Period Scoring - 1, VER David Pacan/7 (Jonathan Higgins/4) 5:16 (GW) Penalties - Mike Sislo, UNH (Boarding) 8:01 Vermont Goaltending - Rob Madore (59:58, 17 shots, 17 saves, 0 GA); Empty Net (0:02, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:08, 25 shots, 24 saves, 1 GA); Empty Net (0:52, 0 GA) Win - Rob Madore, VER (12-11-7). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (16-12-7). Shots On Goal - VER 11-7-7=25; UNH 7-3-7=17 Power Plays - VER 0 of 4; UNH 0 of 3 Penalties - VER 4 (8 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Tom Fyrer Assistant Referees: Chris Millea, Brendan Kelleher March 14, 2010 at Whittemore Center, Durham, n.H. Vermont (17-13-7, 9-11-7 HE) 0 0 1 - 1 UNH (17-13-7, 15-6-6 HE) 0 0 0 - 0 1st Period Scoring - None Penalties - Josh Burrows, VER (Interference) 1:00; Matt Campanale, UNH (Interference) 2:43; Damon Kipp, UNH (Holding) 11:59; Brayden Irwin, VER (Hooking) 19:03; Mike Sislo, UNH (Roughing) 19:11 2nd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Greg Burke, UNH (Holding the Stick) 0:05 3rd Period Scoring - None Penalties - Bobby Butler, UNH (Holding) 8:58 Overtime Scoring - 1, VER Jay Anctil/3 15:52 (GW) Penalties - None Vermont Goaltending - Rob Madore (75:52, 34 shots, 34 saves, 0 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (75:52, 51 shots, 50 saves, 1 GA) Win - Rob Madore, VER (13-11-7). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (16-13-7). Shots On Goal - VER 11-14-16-10=51; UNH 8-5-9-12=34 Power Plays - VER 0 of 5; UNH 0 of 2 Penalties - VER 2 (4 min); UNH 5 (10 min) Referees: John Gravallese, Kevin Shea Assistant Referees: Bob Bernard, Chris Aughe

March 27, 2010 at Times union center, albany, n.y. (ncaa east regional) RIT (28-11-1) 1 3 2 - 6 UNH (18-14-7) 1 0 1 - 2 1st Period Scoring - 1, RIT Chris Haltigin/11 (Tyler Mazzei/15, Andrew Favot/30) 14:10 2, UNH Phil DeSimone/10 (Brett Kostolansky/11, Damon Kipp/13) 19:01 Penalties - Taylor McReynolds, RIT (Interference) 9:32; Greg Burke, UNH (Interference) 19:36 2nd Period Scoring - 3, RIT Tyler Brenner/13 (Andrew Favot/31, Dan Ringwald/25) 13:23 4, RIT Brent Alexin/4 (Chris Haltigin/13, Chris Saracino/10) 13:36 (GW) 5, RIT Stevan Matic/8 (Sean Murphy/13, Cameron Burt/31) 14:57 Penalties - Al Mazur, RIT (Interference) 1:55; Matt Campanale, UNH (Hooking) 6:10; Mark Cornacchia, RIT (Hooking) 9:22; Bench, UNH (Too Many Players) 15:59 3rd Period Scoring - 6, RIT Tyler Brenner/14 10:01 7, UNH Blake Kessel/10 (Brett Kostolansky/12) 17:31 8, RIT Tyler Mazzei/10 (Andrew Favot/32) 18:06 (EN) Penalties - Peter LeBlanc, UNH (Hooking) 13:26; Phil DeSimone, UNH (Hooking) 14:02; John Henrion, UNH (Slashing) 18:46 RIT Goaltending - Jared DeMichiel (60:00, 26 shots, 24 saves, 2 GA) New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (59:06, 32 shots, 27 saves, 5 GA); Empty Net (0:54, 1 GA) Win - Jared DeMichiel, RIT (27-9-1). Loss - Brian Foster, UNH (17-14-7). Shots On Goal - RIT 7-18-8=33; UNH 8-6-12=26 Power Plays - RIT 0 of 6; UNH 0 of 3 Penalties - RIT 3 (6 min); UNH 6 (12 min) Referees: Derek Shepherd, Marco Hunt Assistant Referees: Dan Carey, Bob Keltie

March 26, 2010 at Times union center, albany, n.y. (ncaa east regional) Cornell (21-9-4) 1 0 1 - 2 UNH (18-13-7) 0 2 4 - 6 1st Period Scoring - 1, COR Tyler Roeszler/5 (Joe Devin/13) 19:11 Penalties - None 2nd Period Scoring - 2, UNH Bobby Butler/28 16:47 3, UNH Mike Sislo/13 (Greg Burke/7, Blake Kessel/27) 17:13 Penalties - Blake Kessel, UNH (Holding) 11:25 3rd Period Scoring - 4, UNH Paul Thompson/18 (Bobby Butler/24, Phil DeSimone/26) 2:52 (GW) 5, UNH Bobby Butler/29 (Paul Thompson/20, Phil DeSimone/27) 6:36 6, UNH Mike Sislo/14 (Peter LeBlanc/21, Greg Burke/8) 15:14 7, COR Dan Nicholls/2 (Riley Nash/23, Keir Ross/3) 17:49 8, UNH Paul Thompson/19 (Blake Kessel/28) 19:27 (EN) Penalties - Greg Burke, UNH (Cross-Checking) 8:49; Sean Whitney, COR (Contact to the Head) 12:49 New Hampshire Goaltending - Brian Foster (60:00, 26 shots, 24 saves, 2 GA) Cornell Goaltending - Ben Scrivens (58:55, 36 shots, 31 saves, 5 GA); Empty Net (1:05, 1 GA) Win - Brian Foster, UNH (17-13-7). Loss - Ben Scrivens, COR (21-9-4). Shots On Goal - UNH 14-6-17=37; COR 5-11-10=26 Power Plays - UNH 0 of 1; COR 0 of 2 Penalties - UNH 2 (4 min); COR 1 (2 min) Referees: Derek Shepherd, Marco Hunt Assistant Referees: Dan Carey, Bob Keltie

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WILDCAT RECORDS

BOBBY BUTLER ‘10

2010 HOBEY BAKER “HAT TRICK” FINALIST HOCKEY EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR RBK/AHCA ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM WALTER BROWN AWARD WINNER

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Wildcat Records Te a m R e c o r d s

Indivdual Records

Most Games Played (Season): 43 (1984-85) Best Regular Season Record: 26-5-0, .839 (1998-99) Best Overall Season: 31-7-3, .793 (1998-99) Most Wins, One Season: 31 (1998-99) Most Consecutive Wins: 14 (Nov. 1, 1996-Dec. 28, 1996) Longest Unbeaten Streak: 14 (14-0-0, Nov. 1, 1996-Dec. 28, 1996) Longest Unbeaten Streak, Start of Season: 8 (8-0-0, Oct. 26-Nov. 23, 1991) Most Losses, One Season: 29 (1985-86) Most Consecutive Losses: 15 (Nov. 2-Dec. 30,1985) Longest Winless Streak: 15 (0-15-0, Nov. 2-Dec. 30, 1985) Most Ties, One Season: 6 (1999-2000, 2000-2001, 2002-2003) Most Overtime Games, One Season: 10 (1999-2000, 2002-2003) Most Overtime Wins, One Season: 5 (1972-73) Most Overtime Losses, One Season: 4 (1984-85) Fewest Wins, One Season: 0 (0-8-0, 1931-32; 0-3-0, 1948-49) 5 (5-29-3, 1985-86) Best Goal Avg. Per Game, One Season: 6.57 (1977-78) Most Hat Tricks, One Season: 17 (1970-71) Most Shorthanded Goals, One Season: 15 (1997-98)

Most Goals: Period: Game: Season: Career: Freshman:

Most Goals Allowed, One Season: 204 (1986-87) Most Goals Allowed Per Game, One Season: 5.38 (1986-87) Most Opponent Assists, One Season: 341 (1985-86) Most Opponent Total Points, One Season: 540 (199 G-341 A; 1985-86) Fewest Goals Allowed, One Season: 77 (1965-66, 1967-68, 1968-69) Fewest Goals Allowed Avg. Per Game, One Season: 2.21 (2000-2001) Fewest Opponent Assists, One Season: 104 (1964-65) Fewest Opponent Total Points, One Season: 194 (90-104; 1964-65) Largest Winning Margin: Largest Losing Margin:

18 (@ Connecticut, 18-0, Jan. 21, 1967) 12 (@ Clarkson, 14-2, Jan. 28, 1964)

Most Hat Tricks, One Game: 4 (vs. Colby, Jan. 6, 1970) Two Fastest Goals: 0:02 (Ray March/George Marineau vs. Alumni, March 6, 1958) 0:03 (John Gray @ Colgate, Feb. 6, 1971) Three Fastest Goals: 0:38 (vs. St. Lawrence, Jan. 20, 1977) Fastest Goal To Start Game: 0:10 (Glenn Hunter @ Clarkson, Jan. 25, 1975) (Bob Brandt vs. Dartmouth, Dec. 4, 1968) (Donald Perkins vs. Springfield, Jan. 25, 1941) Most Goals: Period: 9 (15-1 vs. Connecticut, Jan. 18, 1966; 1st) (11-3 vs. Brown, Dec. 28, 2001; 3rd) Game: 19 (19-2 vs. St. Anselm, Feb. 12, 1938) Season: 245 (39 games, 1976-77) Most Assists: Season: 421 (39 games, 1976-77) Most Points: Season: 666 (39 games, 1976-77) Most Penalties: Season: 332 (1996-97) Most Penalty Minutes: Season: 722 (1997-98) Fewest Penalties: 101 (1965-66) Fewest Penalty Minutes: 224 (1965-66) Most Shutouts: 7 (2002-2003) Most Consecutive Minutes Opponent Scoreless: 181:31 (1968-69) Most Consecutive Minutes UNH Scoreless: 131:37 (1979-80) Longest Game: 100:43 vs. Boston College (HE semifinals) (March 21, 2008)

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4 6 42 127 31

(Jon Fontas @ Colgate, Feb. 18, 1978) (Ken McKinnon vs. Connecticut, Feb. 11, 1961) (Karl Adams @ Bowdoin, Jan. 16, 1942) (Ray Patten vs. St. Anselm, Feb. 12, 1938) (Ralph Cox, 1978-79) (Ralph Cox, 1976-79) (Darren Haydar, 1998-99)

Most Assists: Period: 5 Game: 7 Season: 59 Career: 144 Freshman: 38

(Jamie Hislop @ Rensselaer, March 2, 1974) (Louis Frigon vs. Colgate, Feb. 27, 1971) (Bob Miller, 1976-77) (Jason Krog, 1995-99) (Bob Miller, 1974-75)

Most Points: Period: 6 Game: 10 Season: 89 Career: 243 Freshman: 61

(Jamie Hislop @ Rensselaer, March 2, 1976) (Louis Frigon vs. Colgate, Feb. 27, 1971) (Bob Miller, 1976-77) (Ralph Cox, 1976-79) (Darren Haydar, 1998-99)

Most Hat Tricks: Season: 7 Career: 9

(Dude Thorn, 1965-66) (Dude Thorn, 1963-66; Louis Frigon, 1968-71)

Most Goals – Defenseman: Season: 14 (Scott Malone, 1993-94) Career: 35 (Brad Houston, 1964-66) Most Assists – Defenseman: Season: 43 (Rod Langway, 1976-77) Career: 110 (Tim Burke, 1974-77) Most Points – Defenseman: Season: 53 (Rod Langway, 1976-77) Career: 140 (Tim Burke, 1974-77) Most Penalties: Game: 6 (Allister Brown @ Bowling Green, Oct. 18, 1986) Season: 61 (Scott Malone, 1993-94) Career: 131 (Scott Malone, 1991-94) Most Penalty Minutes: Period: 20 (Tim Hanley @ Boston University, Jan. 27, 1987) Game: 20 (Tim Hanley @ Boston University, Jan. 27, 1987) (Allister Brown @ Boston University, Jan. 27, 1987) Season: 162 (Scott Malone, 1993-94) Career: 310 (Scott Malone, 1991-94) Most Games Played: Season: 43 (Brian Byrnes, Peter Herms, James Richmond, Dwayne Robinson; 1984-85) Career: 164 (Sean Collins, 2001-2005)

Most Consecutive Games Played: Career: 158 (Darren Haydar, 1998-2002) 158 (Craig Switzer, 2004-2008) Most Consecutive Games Scoring: Goal: 12 (Bob Gould, Dec. 14, 1977 - Jan. 30, 1978) Assist: 16 (Bob Francis, Dec. 30, 1978 - Feb. 8, 1979) Point: 31 (Jamie Hislop, Feb. 15, 1974 - Feb. 18, 1975)

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE CAREER GOALS 1. Ralph Cox 2. Darren Haydar 3. Louis Frigon 4. Jason Krog 5. Bob Gould 6. Cliff Cox 7. Joe Flanagan Mark Mowers 9. Eric Boguniecki 10. Jamie Hislop Sean Collins CAREER ASSISTS 1. Jason Krog 2. Jamie Hislop 3. Darren Haydar 4. Ralph Cox 5. Dan Forget Dave Lumley 7. Mark Mowers 8. Tim Burke 9. Guy Smith 10. Peter Herms SINGLE-SEASON GOALS 1. Ralph Cox (1978-79) 2. Ralph Cox (1976-77) 3. Louis Frigon (1970-71) 4. Cliff Cox (1975-76) Jason Krog (1998-99) 6. Jason Krog (1997-98) Louis Frigon (1968-69) Colin Hemingway (2001-2002) 9. Derek Bekar (1997-98) 10. Four players with SINGLE-SEASON ASSISTS 1. Bob Miller (1976-77) 2. Jason Krog (1998-99) 3. Louis Frigon (1970-71) 4. Bob Francis (1978-79) 5. Darren Haydar (2001-2002) 6. Jason Krog (1996-97) 7. Jamie Hislop (1975-76) Rod Langway (1976-77) Mike McShane (1970-71) 10. Three players with742 SINGLE-SEASON POINTS 1. Bob Miller (1976-77) 2. Louis Frigon (1970-71) 3. Jason Krog (1998-99) 4. Ralph Cox (1976-77) Darren Haydar (2001-2002) 6. Ralph Cox (1978-79) 7. Ralph Cox (1977-78) 8. Domenic Amodeo (1991-92) 9. Jason Krog (1996-97) 10. Six Players

Ralph Cox, ‘79

Jason Krog, ‘99

Ralph Cox, ‘79

Bob Miller, ‘77

Bob Miller, ‘77

CAREER POINTS PER GAME LEADERS 1. Russell Martin (1936-1938) 2. Bob Miller (1974-1977) 3. Louis Frigon (1967-1971) 4. John Gray (1969-1972) 5. Ray March (1958-1960) 6. Ralph Cox (1975-1979) 7. Rich David (1966-1969) 8. Gordie Clark (1971-1974) 9. Bob Brandt (1966-1969) 10. Jamie Hislop (1972-1976)

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WILDCAT CENTURY CLUB

127 102 98 94 91 87 85 85 78 77 77

Player 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 12. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25. 26. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 37. 38. 40. 41. 43. 44. 47. 49. 50. 51. 53. 56. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 66.

144 132 117 116 114 114 112 110 107 105

42 40 38 34 34 33 33 33 32 31

59 51 48 46 45 44 43 43 43

89 86 85 76 76 74 70 68 67 66

2.42 2.27 2.16 2.07 1.94 1.90 1.86 1.80 1.76 1.75

(100 POINTS OR MORE CAREER POINTS)

Ralph Cox Jason Krog Darren Haydar Jamie Hislop Mark Mowers Louis Frigon Bob Gould Cliff Cox Jon Fontas Frank Roy Joe Flanagan Eric Boguniecki Sean Collins Dave Lumley Domenic Amodeo Tom Nolan Gordie Clark Dan Forget James Richmond Dan Potter Mike Souza Guy Smith Barry Edgar Jacob Micflikier Savo Mitrovic Bob Brandt Bob Miller Colin Hemingway John Gray Richard Umile Lanny Gare Mike McShane Tim Burke Rich David Bob Francis Peter Herms Andy Brickley Frank Barth Brett Hemingway Bruce Crowder Derek Bekar Eric Flinton Preston Callander Dana Barbin Steve Lyons Paul Barton Ralph Robinson Tim Hanley Chris Winnes Nick Poole Dan Muse Matt Fornataro Greg Klym Steve Saviano Mike Radja Bill Munroe Eric Nickulas David Aiken Bobby Butler Mike Ontkean Scott Morrow Mike Rossetti Ray March Justin Aikins Glenn Stewart Mike Sullivan Dude Thorn

Years 1975-79 1995-99 1998-2002 1972-76 1994-98 1967-71 1975-79 1972-76 1974-78 1975-79 1988-92 1993-97 2001-05 1973-77 1988-92 1993-98 1971-74 1979-82 1983-87 1980-84 1996-2000 1968-72 1973-77 2003-07 1988-92 1966-69 1974-77 1999-03 1969-72 1969-72 1999-03 1968-71 1973-77 1966-69 1976-80 1982-86 1979-82 1977-81 2003-07 1975-79 1995-98 1991-95 2001-05 1977-81 1980-83 1980-84 1981-85 1984-88 1987-91 1991-95 1981-85 2007-08 1989-93 2000-04 2007-08 1969-72 1994-97 1986-90 2010-11 1966-69 1988-92 1984-88 1958-60 2001-05 1990-94 1992-96 1963-66

CAREER GOALS PER GAME LEADERS 1. Russell Martin (1936-1938) 2. John Gray (1969-1972) 3. Louis Frigon (1967-1971) 4. Dude Thorn (1963-1966) 5. Ralph Cox (1975-1979) 6. Buzz Littell (1961-1964) 7. Gordie Clark (1971-1974) Mike Ontkean (1966-1969) 9. Bob Brandt (1966-1969) 10. Cliff Cox (1972-1976)

GP 128 151 158 119 144 89 135 108 107 131 140 142 164 126 142 135 90 121 141 134 156 88 127 154 143 84 65 139 70 87 151 84 130 74 103 153 93 106 150 135 108 148 149 125 101 135 127 138 117 132 136 156 143 139 149 89 106 139 153 75 114 129 54 153 144 146 62

G 127 94 102 77 85 98 91 87 72 71 85 78 77 55 66 66 76 48 56 71 66 46 62 58 60 69 51 67 81 60 48 42 30 57 48 33 68 46 61 47 65 62 62 40 48 40 43 55 53 35 54 44 40 50 54 44 70 52 61 63 57 50 39 27 51 40 65

A 116 144 117 132 112 95 101 88 102 103 89 95 96 114 102 98 86 114 104 86 90 107 89 92 89 79 97 81 64 84 94 97 108 81 90 105 69 89 74 86 67 70 68 87 79 87 83 71 68 85 64 74 77 57 63 69 43 60 60 48 52 56 66 76 51 62 35

Pts 243 238 219 209 197 193 192 175 174 174 174 173 173 169 168 164 162 162 160 157 156 153 151 150 149 148 148 148 145 144 142 139 138 138 138 138 137 135 135 133 132 132 130 127 127 127 126 126 121 120 118 118 117 117 117 113 113 112 121 111 107 106 105 103 102 102 100

PPG 1.90 1.57 1.38 1.75 1.37 2.16 1.42 1.62 1.63 1.33 1.24 1.22 1.05 1.34 1.18 1.21 1.80 1.34 1.13 1.17 1.00 1.73 1.19 0.97 1.04 1.76 2.27 1.06 2.07 1.66 0.94 1.65 1.06 1.86 1.34 0.90 1.47 1.27 0.90 0.99 1.22 0.89 0.87 1.02 1.26 0.94 0.99 0.91 1.03 0.91 0.87 0.75 0.82 0.84 0.78 1.27 1.07 0.81 0.79 1.48 0.94 0.82 1.94 0.67 0.71 0.70 1.61

1.45 1.16 1.10 1.05 0.99 0.86 0.84 0.84 0.82 0.81

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CAREER GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE (50 or more games) Player

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

Ty Conklin Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Mike Ayers Sean Matile Brian Foster Rick Metzer Cap Raeder Jeff Levy Trent Cavicchi Bruce Gillies

Ty Conklin, ‘01

SEASON GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE

Years

Games

Average

1998-01 2005-08 2002-06 2000-04 1996-99 2006-10 1966-69 1972-75 1990-92 1992-96 1980-85

93 112 55 101 79 86 61 68 59 81 71

2.18 2.27 2.46 2.49 2.68 2.82 2.89 3.21 3.26 3.66 3.79

Player 1. Ty Conklin

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

Player Kevin Regan Greg Moffett Mike Ayers Brian Foster Greg Rota Ty Conklin Todd Pearson Bruce Gillies Pat Morrison Sean Matile

Kevin Regan, ‘08

Years 2005-08 1977-81 2000-04 2006-10 1983-87 1998-01 1979-83 1980-85 1987-91 1996-99

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

Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Ty Conklin Mike Ayers Brian Foster Sean Matile Jeff Levy Rick Metzer Cap Raeder Bruce Gillies

Kevin Regan, ‘08

Ty Conklin, ‘01

Games 112 101 101 86 78 93 81 71 67 79

Saves 3,235 2,602 2,532 2,387 2,282 2,188 2,178 2,140 1,994 1,951

Years

Games

Save%

2005-08 2002-06 1998-01 2000-04 2006-10 1996-99 1990-92 1966-69 1972-75 1980-85

112 55 93 101 86 79 59 61 68 71

.928 .917 .915 .914 .910 .902 .901 .899 .896 .893

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Brian Foster Bruce Gillies Todd Pearson Kevin Regan Jeff Levy Kevin Regan Greg Rota Sean Matile Greg Moffett

Mike Ayers, 04

Player

Years

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

Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Ty Conklin Greg Moffett Brian Foster Todd Pearson Trent Cavicchi Sean Matile Greg Rota Bruce Gillies

2005-08 2000-04 1998-01 1977-81 2006-10 1979-83 1992-96 1996-99 1983-87 1980-85

Player

Years

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

Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Ty Conklin Sean Matile Greg Moffett Bob Smith Cap Raeder Trent Cavicchi Brian Foster Jeff Levy Bruce Gillies Mike Heinke Mike Roth

2005-08 2000-04 1998-01 1996-99 1977-81 1970-73 1972-75 1992-96 2006-10 1990-92 1982-85 1993-95 1985-87

Kevin Regan, ‘08

Games Played 112 101 93 87 86 81 81 79 78 71

CAREER WINS

Kevin Regan, ‘08

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Wins 70 58 57 53 48 44 42 40 40 35 35 35 35

GAA

22 34 35 41 20 32 23 20 19 21

1.84 2.05 2.06 2.18 2.21 2.21 2.35 2.44 2.47 2.49

Year

Games

2002-03 2006-10 1983-84 1981-82 2006-07 1991-92 2007-08 1986-87 1997-98 1978-79

41 38 34 35 35 35 32 34 38 31

Saves 1,139 1,128 1,065 1,028 1,025 976 962 957 953 953

SINGLE-SEASON SAVE PERCENTAGE Player

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

Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Rick Metzer Kevin Regan Mike Ayers

Kevin Regan, ‘08

Year

Games

Save%

2006-07 2007-08 2005-06 2004-05 2002-03 1998-99 2000-01 1966-67 2005-06 2001-02

35 32 20 23 41 22 34 17 22 20

93.521 93.036 92.941 92.795 92.601 92.229 91.990 91.561 91.490 91.466

Year

Games

Wins

2002-03 1997-98 2006-07 2007-08 1999-00 1978-79 1981-82 1971-72 1976-77 1991-92

41 38 35 32 37 31 35 29 27 35

27 25 24 23 22 21 21 20 20 20

SINGLE-SEASON WINS Player

CAREER GAMES

Games

SEASON SAVES

CAREER SAVE PERCENTAGE Player

Ty Conklin Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Mike Ayers Sean Matile Matt Carney

Player 1. Mike Ayers

CAREER SAVES

2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Year 1998-99 2000-01 2006-07 2002-03 2005-06 2007-08 2004-05 2001-02 1998-99 2001-02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

Mike Ayers Sean Matile Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Ty Conklin Greg Moffett Todd Pearson Bob Smith Dan Magnarelli Jeff Levy

Mike Ayers, 04

Miscellaneous Goalkeeping Stats Saves, Period: Saves, Game: Shutouts, Season: Shutouts, Career: Games, Season: Goals, Period: Goals, Game: Goals, Season: Minutes, Season: Minutes, Career:

25 65 7 13 41 9 14 160 2,499:05 6,598:31

Greg Rota vs. UMass-Lowell, 3-1-86 (3rd) Colin Clark vs. Boston Univ., 3-3-65 (3rd) Pat Morrison vs. Vermont, 12-31-88 Colin Clark vs. Boston U., 3-3-65 Mike Ayers, 2002-2003 Mike Ayers, 2000-2004 Mike Ayers, 2002-2003 Jack Wentzell vs. Boston College, Jan. 21, 1941 Doug Dunning vs. Clarkson, Jan. 28, 1964 Greg Rota, 1986-87 Mike Ayers, 2002-2003 Kevin Regan, 2004-08

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Season 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 TOTAL:

OVERALL W-L-T Pct. 1-3-0 .250 6-0-0 1.000 7-1-1 .833 6-4-1 .591 3-8-2 .308 7-5-0 .583 0-8-0 .000 1-6-0 .143 5-6-1 .458 6-4-2 .583 7-6-0 .538 3-5-0 .375 6-3-1 .650 5-4-0 .556 1-9-0 .100 5-7-0 .417 4-10-0 .286 1-1-0 .500 4-1-0 .800 4-9-0 .308 0-3-0 .000 0-4-0 .000 5-4-0 .556 5-5-0 .500 3-6-0 .333 2-5-1 .313 5-8-0 .385 3-11-0 .214 7-7-1 .500 13-3-0 .813 14-5-0 .737 11-8-0 .579 3-11-0 .214 10-7-1 .583 10-10-0 .500 13-12-0 .520 6-14-0 .300 11-12-0 .478 18-7-0 .720 22-7-0 .759 22-6-1 .776 19-10-2 .645 20-9-0 .690 20-10-0 .667 16-10-3 .603 22-9-0 .710 21-9-1 .694 24-7-0 .774 27-12-0 .692 18-12-0 .600 22-10-3 .671 12-18-0 .400 19-13-1 .591 22-14-0 .611 22-11-2 .657 20-17-1 .539 16-26-1 .384 5-29-3 .176 8-27-3 .250 7-20-3 .283 12-22-0 .353 17-17-5 .500 22-11-2 .657 22-13-2 .622 18-17-3 .513 25-12-3 .663 22-10-4 .667 12-18-4 .412 28-11-0 .718 25-12-1 .671 31-7-3 .793 23-9-6 .684 21-12-6 .615 30-7-3 .788 28-8-6 .738 20-15-6 .561 26-11-5 .679 20-13-7 .588 26-11-2 .692 25-10-3 .697 20-13-5 .592 18-14-7 .551 1098-800-118 .574

HOME W-L-T Pct. 1-1-0 .500 3-0-0 1.000 2-0-1 .833 3-3-0 .500 2-4-1 .357 4-0-0 1.000 0-4-0 .000 0-2-0 .000 4-2-1 .643 4-1-1 .750 5-1-0 .833 2-1-0 .667 4-1-1 .750 2-1-0 .667 0-5-0 .000 4-3-0 .571 2-4-0 .333 0-0-0 .000 2-1-0 .667 3-3-0 .500 0-0-0 .000 0-2-0 .000 3-2-0 .600 3-1-0 .750 1-3-0 .250 0-3-0 .000 4-3-0 .571 2-4-0 .333 4-4-0 .500 8-1-0 .889 6-1-0 .857 7-3-0 .700 2-3-0 .400 6-2-1 .722 4-3-0 .571 5-5-0 .500 3-2-0 .600 8-5-0 .615 9-2-0 .818 12-2-0 .857 9-2-1 .792 7-4-1 .625 12-2-0 .857 11-3-0 .786 9-2-1 .792 13-6-0 .684 12-4-1 .735 11-2-0 .846 14-0-0 1.000 10-4-0 .714 10-2-0 .833 7-8-0 .467 9-6-1 .594 14-1-0 .933 13-4-2 .737 8-7-0 .533 8-14-1 .370 5-13-0 .278 5-11-1 .324 5-7-2 .429 8-9-0 .471 9-6-2 .588 11-3-1 .767 13-3-2 .778 11-7-2 .600 11-5-0 .688 7-4-3 .607 8-4-1 .654 14-5-0 .737 11-5-1 .676 18-0-1 .974 13-1-5 .816 12-5-3 .675 16-2-1 .868 15-3-1 .816 13-5-2 .700 17-3-0 .850 10-6-3 .575 15-5-1 .738 14-4-1 .763 12-4-2 .722 10-4-5 .658 594-283-53 .667

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ROAD/NEUTRAL W-L-T Pct. 0-2-0 .000 3-0-0 1.000 5-1-0 .833 3-1-1 .700 1-4-1 .250 3-5-0 .375 0-4-0 .000 1-4-0 .200 1-4-0 .200 2-3-1 .417 2-5-0 .286 1-4-0 .200 2-2-0 .500 3-3-0 .500 1-4-0 .200 1-4-0 .200 2-6-0 .250 1-1-0 .500 2-0-0 1.000 1-6-0 .143 0-3-0 .000 0-2-0 .000 2-2-0 .500 2-4-0 .333 2-3-0 .400 2-2-1 .500 1-5-0 .167 1-7-0 .125 3-3-1 .500 5-2-0 .714 8-4-0 .667 4-5-0 .444 1-8-0 .111 4-5-0 .444 6-7-0 .462 8-7-0 .533 3-12-0 .200 3-7-0 .300 9-5-0 .643 10-5-0 .667 13-4-0 .765 12-6-1 .658 8-7-0 .533 9-7-0 .563 7-8-2 .471 9-3-0 .750 9-5-0 .643 13-5-0 .722 13-12-0 .520 8-8-0 .500 12-8-3 .587 5-10-0 .333 10-7-0 .588 8-13-0 .381 9-7-0 .563 12-10-1 .543 8-12-0 .400 0-16-3 .079 3-16-2 .190 2-13-1 .156 4-13-0 .235 8-11-3 .432 11-8-1 .575 9-10-0 .474 7-10-1 .417 14-7-3 .646 15-6-1 .705 4-14-3 .262 14-6-0 .700 14-7-0 .667 13-7-2 .636 10-8-1 .553 9-7-3 .553 14-5-2 .714 13-5-5 .674 7-10-4 .429 9-8-5 .523 8-5-4 .588 14-6-1 .690 11-3-2 .718 6-7-3 .468 8-10-2 .450 505-512-52 .498

Year-by-Year At a Glance GF 6 22 33 23 22 34 13 7 35 38 58 21 69 36 22 48 53 8 28 58 11 8 44 43 27 35 59 39 57 89 99 79 41 102 109 89 76 111 127 159 155 178 201 139 129 171 187 184 245 197 195 120 166 176 180 169 198 121 124 101 111 166 151 168 158 145 161 139 204 163 171 122 122 184 156 138 166 120 139 132 116 131 8,646

GA 20 7 26 20 42 22 34 25 40 33 39 34 41 26 51 63 78 18 19 67 23 28 34 41 49 45 65 80 62 42 49 66 74 63 87 112 90 94 69 77 77 125 127 108 121 105 117 108 181 150 148 135 130 159 137 139 191 199 204 146 154 156 124 127 143 125 123 150 129 102 91 105 86 102 96 116 114 102 89 94 112 122 7,335

Postseason

ECAC II Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs/NCAA Tourn. ECAC Playoffs ECAC Champ./NCAA Tourn. ECAC Playoffs ECAC Playoffs/NCAA Tourn. ECAC Playoffs/NCAA Tourn. ECAC Playoffs HOCKEY EAST Playoffs HOCKEY EAST Playoffs

HOCKEY EAST Playoffs HOCKEY EAST Playoffs NCAA Tournament HOCKEY EAST Playoffs NCAA Tournament NCAA Tournament HOCKEY EAST Playoffs NCAA East Regionals NCAA Semifinals NCAA Championship Game NCAA West Regional HOCKEY EAST Playoffs NCAA Semifinals   NCAA Championship Game NCAA Northeast Regionals NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA Northeast Regionals NCAA Northeast Regionals NCAA West Regional NCAA Quarterfinals NCAA East Regionals

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Year-by-Year G-A-P Leaders Year 1925-1926 1926-1927 1927-1928 1928-1929 1929-1930 1930-1931 1931-1932 1932-1933 1933-1934 1934-1935 1935-1936 1936-1937 1937-1938 1938-1939 1939-1940 1940-1941 1941-1942 1942-1943 1946-1947 1947-1948 1948-1949 1949-1950 1950-1951 1951-1952 1952-1953 1953-1954 1954-1955 1955-1956 1956-1957 1957-1958 1958-1959 1959-1960 1960-1961 1961-1962 1962-1963 1963-1964 1964-1965 1965-1966 1966-1967 1967-1968 1968-1969 1969-1970 1970-1971 1971-1972 1972-1973 1973-1974 1974-1975 1975-1976 1976-1977 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1985 1985-1986 1986-1987 1987-1988 1988-1989 1989-1990 1990-1991 1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 1994-1995 1995-1996 1996-1997 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010

Points Warren Percival 4 Warren Percival 9 Warren Percival 12 Alvin Reinhart 10 Harry Croke 8 Harry Croke 17 Howard Hanley 5 Don Penley 5 Winslow White 2 George Bacheller 2 James Steffy 11 William Facey 17 Russell Martin 27 Russell Martin 9 Russell Martin 38 Ray Patten 17 Carl Randall 5 Donald Perkins 24 Karl Adams 31 Karl Adams 5 William Forbes 17 William Forbes 28 Edward Noel 5 Walter Fournier 3 Walter Fournier 13 Thomas Dolan/Lawrence King 8 William Johnston 8 William Johnston 16 William Johnston 33 Robert Hall/Ernest Twombley 10 Albert Brodeur 24 Robert Johnson 25 Ray March 34 Ray March 47 Ken McKinnon 19 Buzz Littell 40 Tom Canavan 34 Dude Thorn 25 Brad Houston 32 Bill J. Rothwell 35 Bob Brandt 48 Richard David 56 Richard David 53 Louis Frigon 63 Louis Frigon 86 John Gray/Guy Smith 62 Gordie Clark 52 Cliff Cox 57 Jamie Hislop 66 Cliff Cox/Jamie Hislop 66 Bob Miller 89 Ralph Cox 70 Ralph Cox 74 Bob Francis 42 Andy Brickley/Dan Forget 52 Andy Brickley 53 Steve Lyons 55 Dan Potter 44 Peter Douris 51 Peter Herms 42 James Richmond 45 Chris Winnes 36 Joe Flanagan 34 Savo Mitrovic 51 Joe Flanagan 44 Domenic Amodeo 67 Nick Poole 41 Eric Flinton 41 Eric Flinton 45 Eric Boguniecki 52 Jason Krog 67 Jason Krog 66 Jason Krog 85 Darren Haydar 41 Darren Haydar 41 Darren Haydar 76 Lanny Gare 51 Steve Saviano 49 Sean Collins 56 Jacob Micflikier 42 Trevor Smith 43 Matt Fornataro 46 James van Riemdsyk 40 Bobby Butler 53

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Goals Warren Percival 4 Warren Percival 9 Warren Percival 12 Alvin Reinhart 8 Harry Croke 7 Harry Croke 15 Howard Hanley/Howard Penley 4 Howard Penley 5 Winslow White 2 George Bacheller 2 James Steffy 9 Woodman Facey 13 Russell Martin 16 Russell Martin 6 Russell Martin 23 Ray Patten 10 Carl Randall 4 Donald Perkins 17 Karl Adams 24 Karl Adams 4 William Forbes 9 William Forbes 20 Walter Fournier 3 Schuyler Berry/Walter Fournier 2 Walter Fournier 9 Thomas Dolan 6 William Johnston 5 William Johnston 10 William Johnston 19 Ernest Twombley 7 Albert Brodeur 13 George Marineau 16 Albert Brodeur 17 Ray March/Ken McKinnon 18 Ken McKinnon 13 Buzz Littell 23 Tom Canavan 18 Dude Thorn 16 Dude Thorn 14 Colin Sutherland 13 Bob Brandt 30 Michael Ontkean 30 Louis Frigon 33 Dick Umile 29 Louis Frigon 38 John Gray 29 Gordie Clark 24 Cliff Cox 27 Jamie Hislop 28 Cliff Cox 34 Ralph Cox 40 Ralph Cox/Jon Fontas 31 Ralph Cox 42 Bob Francis 19 Andy Brickley 27 Andy Brickley 26 Dan Potter 28 Peter Douris 19 Peter Douris 27 Mike Rossetti 16 David Aiken/Steve Horner 19 Chris Winnes 17 Joe Flanagan 23 Savo Mitrovic 30 Joe Flanagan 24 Scott Morrow 29 E.Flinton/R.Donovan/G. Stewart 18 Eric Boguniecki 17 Eric Flinton 22 Eric Nickulas 26 Eric Nickulas 29 Jason Krog 33 Jason Krog 34 Darren Haydar 22 Darren Haydar 18 Colin Hemingway 33 S. Collins/L. Gare/C. Hemingway 22 Steve Saviano 27 Preston Callander 25 Brett Hemingway 19 Trevor Smith 21 Mike Radja 19 Mike Sislo 19 Bobby Butler 29

Assists --------------------Carl Wendelin Alvin Reinhart Harry Croke Harvey Roberge Five Players None None None Charles Grocott Herbert Merrill Russell Martin Russell Martin Russell Martin Ray Patten Warren Davison Donald Perkins Karl Adams David Cunning William Forbes William MacDonald Edward Noel Rocco Palumbo John Simpson Four Players Willard Payson William Johnston John Stiles Robert Hall/John Rice Albert Brodeur Robert Johnson Ray March Ray March Sam Nichols Buzz Littell/Sam Nichols Dick Lamontagne John Gilday Brad Houston Bill J. Rothwell Mickey Goulet Bob Brandt Richard David Louis Frigon Louis Frigon Guy Smith Gordie Clark Jamie Hislop Jamie Hislop/Bob Miller Jamie Hislop Bob Miller Ralph Cox Bob Francis Dana Barbin Dan Forget Dan Forget Steve Lyons Dan Potter Peter Herms Peter Herms James Richmond Chris Winnes Chris Winnes Domenic Amodeo Domenic Amodeo Domenic Amodeo Nick Poole Nick Poole N.Poole/M.Sullivan/E. Royal Eric Boguniecki Jason Krog Tom Nolan Jason Krog Mike Souza Darren Haydar Darren Haydar Steve Saviano Justin Aikins Sean Collins Jacob Micflikier/Daniel Winnik Fornataro/Micflikier Matt Fornataro van Riemsdyk/Kapstad Blake Kessel

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Player Edward Blewett Edward Blewett John Rogers John Rogers Edward Hunt David Wark David Wark No Victories Linwood Congdon Linwood Congdon William McLauglin Kenneth Norris Information Unavailable Robert Cullis John Wentzell John Wentzell John Wentzell Robert Quinn William Kemp William Moore William Moore No Victories No Victories Robert Houley John Barry John Barry Robert Brophy John Barry John Barry John P. Kennedy John P. Kennedy Roderick Blackburn Roderick Blackburn Roderick Blackburn Douglas Dunning Douglas Dunning Douglas Dunning Colin Clark Colin Clark Rick Metzer David Hagerman Rick Metzer Larry Smith Bob Smith Bob Smith Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Dan Magnarelli Dan Magnarelli Mark Evans Greg Moffett Greg Moffett Greg Moffett Todd Pearson Todd Pearson Bruce Gillies Bruce Gillies Greg Rota Greg Rota Pat Morrison Pat Morrison Pat Morrison Jeff Levy Jeff Levy Brett Abel Trent Cavicchi Trent Cavicchi Trent Cavicchi Sean Matile Sean Matile Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Matt Carney Mike Ayers Mike Ayers Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Brian Foster Brian Foster

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Colin Clark Colin Clark Rick Metzer David Hagerman Rick Metzer Peter Ormiston Bob Smith Bob Smith Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Dan Magnarelli Dan Magnarelli Mark Evans Greg Moffett Greg Moffett Greg Moffett Todd Pearson Bruce Gillies Bruce Gillies Bruce Gillies Rich Burchill Greg Rota Pat Morrison Pat Morrison Pat Szturm Jeff Levy Jeff Levy Brett Abel Trent Cavicchi Mike Heinke Brian Larochelle Sean Matile Sean Matile Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Mike Ayers Mike Ayers Mike Ayers Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Brian Foster Brian Foster

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Todd Pearson (1981-1983)

Greg Moffett (1978-1980) Colin Clark Colin Clark Rick Metzer David Hagerman Rick Metzer Peter Ormiston Chad Ramsdell Bob Smith Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Cap Raeder Dan Magnarelli Dan Magnarelli Mark Evans Greg Moffett Greg Moffett Greg Moffett Todd Pearson Bruce Gillies Bruce Gillies Bruce Gillies Greg Rota Greg Rota Pat Morrison Pat Morrison Pat Szturm Jeff Levy Jeff Levy Brett Abel Trent Cavicchi Trent Cavicchi Brian Larochelle Sean Matile Sean Matilea Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Ty Conklin Mike Ayers Mike Ayers Mike Ayers Kevin Regan Jeff Pietrasiak Kevin Regan Kevin Regan Brian Foster Brian Foster

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All-Time vs. 2010-11 Opponents vs. BOSTON COLLEGE (62-59-12) 2-6-37 (--) BC 7 UNH 1-13-38 (H) UNH 4 BC 1-31-39 (A) BC 6 UNH 2-2-40 (H) BC 6 UNH 2-13-40 (A) BC 10 UNH 1-15-41 (H) BC 11 UNH 1-21-41 (A) BC 13 UNH 1-8-42 (H) BC 7 UNH 2-16-48 (A) BC 9 UNH 2-16-49 (A) BC 9 UNH 2-24-68 (A) UNH 6 BC 2-14-69 (H) BC 3 UNH 1-3-70 (A) BC 6 UNH 12-8-70 (H) UNH 8 BC 1-7-72 (A) UNH 6 BC 12-30-72 (A) BC 5 UNH 2-2-73 (H) UNH 8 BC 3-6-73 (A) BC 4 UNH 12-21-73 (A) UNH 5 BC 2-1-74 (H) UNH 5 BC 1-11-75 (H) UNH 5 BC 1-31-75 (A) BC 6 UNH 12-7-75 (A) UNH 5 BC 1-30-76 (H) UNH 5 BC 1-8-77 (H) UNH 7 BC 2-2-77 (A) UNH 6 BC 1-3-78 (H) UNH 7 BC 3-5-78 (A) BC 4 UNH 12-16-78 (H) UNH 7 BC 1-2-79 (A) UNH 5 BC 11-29-79 (H) BC 5 UNH 12-29-79 (H) BC 8 UNH 2-7-80 (A) BC 4 UNH 12-14-80 (A) UNH 5 BC 3-1-81 (H) BC 4 UNH 1-2-82 (H) UNH 4 BC 2-4-82 (A) UNH 4 BC 2-1-83 (H) UNH 6 BC 2-22-83 (A) UNH 5 BC 1-20-84 (A) BC 5 UNH 2-17-84 (H) BC 5 UNH 10-30-84 (H) BC 4 UNH 1-16-85 (A) UNH 4 BC 2-7-85 (H) BC 5 UNH 11-2-85 (A) BC 7 UNH 12-11-85 (H) BC 8 UNH 2-6-86 (A) BC 5 UNH 12-10-86 (H) BC 4 UNH 12-13-86 (A) BC 10 UNH 2-18-87 (A) BC 4 UNH 2-21-87 (H) BC 7 UNH 10-31-87 (A) BC 6 UNH 1-20-88 (H) UNH 5 BC 2-13-88 (H) UNH 7 BC 11-18-88 (A) BC 5 UNH 12-9-88 (A) BC 7 UNH 2-25-89 (H) UNH 7 BC 12-5-89 (A) BC 9 UNH 1-20-90 (H) BC 6 UNH 2-20-90 (H) BC 5 UNH 3-9-90 (A) BC 5 UNH 12-8-90 (H) UNH 5 BC 1-8-91 (A) BC 5 UNH 2-8-91 (A) BC 5 UNH 11-15-91 (A) UNH 5 BC 1-18-92 (H) UNH 5 BC 2-7-92 (H) UNH 6 BC 11-20-92 (A) UNH 9 BC 11-21-92 (H) UNH 5 BC 2-19-93 (A) UNH 4 BC 2-20-93 (H) UNH 6 BC 11-19-93 (A) BC 8 UNH 11-20-93 (H) UNH 6 BC 2-18-94 (A) UNH 3 BC 2-19-94 (H) UNH 3 BC 3-11-94 (H) UNH 4 BC 3-12-94 (H) UNH 6 BC 11-18-94 (H) UNH 4 BC 11-19-94 (A) UNH 11 BC 2-10-95 (A) UNH 4 BC 12-8-95 (A) BC 5 UNH 12-9-95 (H) UNH 3 BC 2-24-96 (H) UNH 10 BC 11-22-96 (H) UNH 8 BC 11-23-96 (A) UNH 4 BC

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1-20-76 12-4-76 1-12-77 3-12-77 3-26-77 12-3-77 1-11-78 3-7-78 1-16-79 2-24-79 12-1-79 1-15-80 1-14-81 3-7-81 1-13-82 2-13-82 1-12-83 2-11-83 3-4-83 3-5-83 1-28-84 2-10-84 3-2-84 3-3-84 3-3-84 11-10-84 11-27-84 1-30-85 12-7-85 1-21-86 2-26-86 3-7-86 3-8-86 11-5-86 11-8-86 1-27-87 1-30-87 11-4-87 1-23-88 2-5-88 11-5-88 1-28-89 2-21-89 11-15-89 12-12-89 1-27-90 1-5-91 1-15-91 2-1-91 11-23-91 12-29-91 1-17-92 2-21-92 1-22-93 1-23-93 2-5-93 3-19-93 12-30-93 1-21-94 1-22-94 3-1-94 1-6-95 1-26-95 1-28-95 11-10-95 11-11-95 1-5-96 1-3-97 1-5-97 3-1-97 3-15-97 11-14-97 11-15-97 12-12-97 3-29-98 11-13-98 11-14-98 2-12-99 11-19-99 1-28-00 1-29-00 11-17-00 1-26-01 1-27-01 11-4-01 1-25-02 1-27-02 11-2-02 1-23-03 1-25-03 3-15-03 3-29-03

(A) (H) (A) (N) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (N) (N) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N) (H) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (N)

Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH UNH Boston U. UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Boston U. UNH UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. UNH UNH Boston U. UNH Boston U. UNH UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH UNH UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH UNH UNH

6 UNH 5 Boston U. 7 UNH 8 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 7 UNH 3 Boston U. 4 Boston U. 10 UNH 6 Boston U. 5 Boston U. 4 Boston U. 7 Boston U. 6 Boston U. 3 UNH 3 Boston U. 6 Boston U. 5 UNH 3 UNH 8 Boston U. 5 UNH 1 UNH 5 UNH 3 UNH 10 UNH 4 UNH 9 UNH 5 UNH 1 Boston U. 4 UNH 6 UNH 5 UNH 4 Boston U. 4 UNH 9 UNH 6 UNH 5 UNH 5 UNH 3 Boston U. 4 UNH 4 BU 5 Boston U. 4 UNH 3 Boston U. 8 UNH 5 Boston U. 7 Boston U. 5 UNH 3 UNH 3 Boston U. 3 UNH 6 Boston U. 4 UNH 2 UNH 3 Boston U. 5 UNH 2 UNH 5 UNH 5 UNH 4 Boston U. 7 UNH 6 Boston U. 7 UNH 7 UNH 9 UNH 3 UNH 5 UNH 4 UNH 5 Boston U. 4 UNH 4 Boston U. 4 Boston U. 2 Boston U 3 Boston U. 2 Boston U. 5 Boston U. 3 Boston U. 4 UNH 2 Boston U. 2 UNH 4 UNH 1 Boston U. 6 Boston U. 5 Boston U. 3 UNH 5 UNH 3 Boston U. 1 Boston U. 3 Boston U.

3 3 6 6 5 5 4 5 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 1 5 2 3 3 3 2 3 2 0 4 2 7 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 4 2 8 4 1 4 2 0 4 4 2 3 4 3 4 2 1 2 1 4 0 0 2 3 1 2 1 2 3 5 2 5 4 2 1 2 0 2 4 3 2 1 2 5 3 2 1 1 2 1 1 3 2 2 0 0 0

L W OT L L L L L OT L L OT T W L W OT W W W W L OT T W L L W L OT L L OT L L L L L OT T L L L OT T L L L L L OT W L OT T W L OT T L W W L L OT W L W L L W L L L L W L OT W L L L OT L L L W L OT T OT W OT T W OT T OT T OT T L W L L OT T W W L L W W W

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE 11-7-03 3-4-04 3-6-04 11-5-04 3-3-05 3-5-05 3-18-05 11-1-05 2-17-06 2-18-06 3-17-06 11-10-06 2-16-07 2-17-07 10-19-07 1-25-08 1-26-08 10-19-08 1-23-09 1-24-09 3-29-09 11-20-10 11-21-10 1-23-10

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UNH UNH Boston U. UNH UNH Boston U. UNH UNH UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH BU UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH BU BU BU UNH UNH UNH

4 3 4 4 4 3 5 3 7 3 9 4 4 3 4 4 5 2 5 3 2 4 3 4

Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. UNH Boston U. Boston U. Boston U. UNH UNH BU UNH BU BU UNH BU BU UNH UNH UNH BU BU BU

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

W OT T OT L W OT T L W W W L L OT T L OT T W W W W L L L W T W

vs. BROWN (20-13-1) 2-11-27 (A) UNH 1-25-28 (A) UNH 1-9-29 (H) UNH 1-25-29 (A) Brown 1-22-30 (H) Brown 1-25-30 (A) Brown 1-17-31 (A) Brown 1-23-32 (A) Brown 1-13-33 (A) Brown 1-22-34 (A) Brown 1-21-35 (A) Brown 1-14-36 (A) Brown 2-18-48 (A) Brown 1-5-74 (A) Brown 2-4-75 (H) UNH 2-4-76 (A) Brown 2-8-77 (H) UNH 3-8-77 (H) UNH 3-1-78 (A) UNH 2-27-79 (H) UNH 2-26-80 (A) Brown 2-21-81 (H) UNH 2-9-82 (A) UNH 2-8-83 (H) UNH 1-24-84 (A) UNH 11-25-86 (H) UNH 12-1-87 (A) Brown 12-6-88 (H) UNH 11-21-89 (A) UNH 12-9-92 (H) UNH 1-31-95 (A) UNH 12-28-01 (N) UNH 1-17-04 (H) UNH 11-24-07 (H) UNH

4 3 2 4 3 4 2 2 3 5 2 6 4 6 6 5 12 4 5 9 6 6 11 4 9 7 4 3 4 6 7 11 5 5

Brown Brown Brown UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Brown UNH Brown Brown Brown Brown UNH Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown UNH Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown

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

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vs. CORNELL (12-12-0) 12-29-41 (N) Cornell 1-2-59 (A) UNH 12-20-68 (N) Cornell 12-18-70 (N) Cornell 3-10-72 (N) Cornell 2-19-74 (A) Cornell 3-4-75 (A) Cornell 11-30-75 (A) Cornell 12-11-76 (H) UNH 3-11-77 (N) UNH 12-10-77 (A) Cornell 12-9-78 (H) UNH 3-9-79 (N) UNH 2-8-79 (A) UNH 11-28-80 (A) UNH 11-27-81 (A) Cornell 11-27-82 (H) UNH 11-30-83 (A) UNH 1-3-88 (N) Cornell 3-24-02 (N) UNH 4-10-03 (N) UNH 12-29-06 (N) Cornell 1-3-10 (H) Cornell 3-26-10 (N) UNH

8 UNH 10 Cornell 8 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 5 UNH 4 UNH 3 UNH 4 Cornell 10 Cornell 10 UNH 6 Cornell 5 Cornell 6 Cornell 8 Cornell 6 UNH 6 Cornell 5 Cornell 5 UNH 4 Cornell 3 Cornell 5 UNH 5 UNH 6 Cornell

5 0 1 2 3 4 2 2 3 9 4 3 2 3 2 1 4 0 2 3 2 2 2 2

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vs. DARTMOUTH (32-17-2) 2-19-36 (A) Dartmouth 1-14-42 (A) Dartmouth 2-28-62 (A) Dartmouth 1-23-63 (H) Dartmouth

4 7 7 3

1 1 6 2

UNH UNH UNH UNH

L L L L

1-7-64 1-6-65 12-7-65 1-4-67 2-28-68 12-4-68 1-17-70 12-1-70 12-19-70 12-18-72 2-27-73 12-1-73 12-2-74 1-3-76 1-15-76 2-15-77 12-17-77 1-25-78 1-24-79 3-10-79 3-24-79 1-22-80 1-20-81 12-16-81 12-30-81 12-15-82 12-31-82 12-9-83 2-15-84 12-31-84 12-30-88 12-29-89 12-29-90 12-28-91 12-29-92 12-29-93 1-3-00 12-29-00 12-13-02 1-15-03 1-13-04 1-12-05 1-14-06 1-13-07 1-19-08 1-17-09 1-16-10

(A) (N) (N) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (N) (N) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (A) (A) (H) (A) (N) (N) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N)

Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH Dartmouth UNH UNH

vs. MAINE (45-56-5) 12-15-79 (A) Maine 2-16-80 (H) Maine 1-27-81 (H) UNH 2-26-81 (A) Maine 12-2-81 (A) UNH 2-27-82 (H) UNH 12-4-82 (A) UNH 12-30-82 (N) UNH 1-18-83 (H) UNH 12-31-83 (N) UNH 2-5-84 (H) UNH 2-7-84 (A) Maine 10-16-84 (H) Maine 2-2-85 (A) UNH 2-3-85 (A) UNH 11-5-85 (A) Maine 1-27-86 (H) UNH 2-20-86 (H) Maine 11-14-86 (H) Maine 11-15-86 (H) Maine 1-23-87 (A) Maine 1-24-87 (A) Maine 1-29-88 (A) Maine 1-30-88 (A) Maine 2-26-88 (H) Maine 11-1-88 (A) Maine 2-3-89 (H) UNH 2-4-89 (H) Maine 2-9-90 (A) Maine 2-10-90 (A) Maine 2-16-90 (H) Maine 12-11-90 (A) Maine 1-18-91 (H) Maine 2-23-91 (H) Maine 12-6-91 (A) Maine 12-7-91 (A) Maine 2-22-92 (H) UNH 3-14-92 (N) Maine 12-11-92 (N) Maine 1-29-93 (H) Maine 1-30-93 (H) Maine 3-6-93 (A) Maine 12-10-93 (N) UNH

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UNH UNH UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth Dartmouth UNH Dartmouth DARTMOUTH

5 UNH 6 UNH 10 Maine 5 UNH 7 Maine 8 Maine 5 Maine 8 Maine 4 Maine 5 Maine 5 Maine 3 UNH 1 UNH 7 Maine 7 Maine 7 UNH 6 Maine 5 UNH 6 UNH 3 UNH 8 UNH 10 UNH 5 UNH 9 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 4 Maine 6 UNH 4 UNH 8 UNH 3 UNH 4 UNH 8 UNH 4 UNH 9 UNH 6 UNH 4 Maine 4 UNH 4 UNH 5 UNH 8 UNH 5 UNH 7 Maine

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

OT L OT L L W W W W W W L W W W W W W OT L W OT T W L L W W L W W W W W L W W W L W OT W L W OT T W L W W L W W

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

L OT L W L W W W W W W W L L OT W W L W L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L OT T L L L L L W

All-Time vs. 2010-11 Opponents 2-4-94 2-5-94 3-4-94 11-4-94 11-5-94 3-2-95 3-3-95 11-3-95 11-4-95 11-24-95 2-11-96 3-7-96 3-8-96 11-15-96 11-16-96 11-30-96 2-18-97 11-29-97 1-16-98 1-17-98 2-1-98 3-13-98 3-14-98 11-27-98 2-7-99 3-5-99 3-6-99 4-3-99 1-7-00 1-8-00 2-6-00 1-5-01 1-6-01 2-4-01 12-1-01 2-1-02 2-2-02 3-16-02 4-2-02 11-22-02 2-1-03 2-2-03 11-8-03 1-30-04 1-31-04 11-7-04 2-4-05 2-5-05 11-12-06 2-3-06 2-4-06 11-12-06 2-2-07 2-3-07 12-16-07 2-8-08 2-9-08 1-4-09 2-6-09 2-7-09 10-24-09 2-5-10 2-6-10

(A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (N) (N) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A)

UNH UNH UNH Maine Maine UNH Maine UNH UNH Maine Maine Maine Maine UNH UNH UNH Maine UNH UNH UNH Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine UNH UNH Maine Maine UNH UNH UNH UNH Maine UNH Maine UNH UNH Maine Maine UNH Maine UNH Maine Maine Maine Maine UNH UNH Maine UNH UNH Maine UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Maine UNH Maine Maine

1 1 3 4 6 3 5 4 3 6 6 4 8 6 6 7 5 7 2 5 3 3 5 4 4 6 4 3 9 5 1 0 4 3 4 6 2 3 7 2 4 3 6 5 5 3 3 2 4 4 7 8 4 2 2 3 4 5 4 1 5 3 6

vs. MASSACHUSETTS (76-18-8) 2-13-26 (H) Massachusetts 3 1-27-28 (H) UNH 4 2-2-29 (A) UNH 1 1-24-30 (H) Massachusetts 2 1-23-31 (A) Massachusetts 3 1-21-33 (A) UNH 2 1-24-34 (H) UNH 6 1-18-35 (A) UNH 3 1-7-36 (H) UNH 3 1-5-38 (H) UNH 6 1-20-48 (H) UNH 12 1-20-50 (H) Massachusetts 5 2-5-51 (H) UNH 7 2-19-55 (H) UNH 6 2-23-56 (A) Massachusetts 6 1-12-57 (H) UNH 4 2-1-57 (A) UNH 6 1-11-58 (A) UNH 6 2-21-58 (H) UNH 4 1-10-59 (H) UNH 4

Maine Maine Maine UNH UNH Maine UNH Maine Maine UNH UNH UNH UNH Maine Maine Maine UNH Maine Maine Maine UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Maine Maine UNH UNH Maine Maine Maine Maine UNH Maine UNH Maine Maine UNH UNH Maine UNH Maine UNH UNH UNH UNH Maine Maine UNH Maine Maine UNH Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine UNH Maine UNH UNH

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

F W F W W L L W L OT T OT T L OT L L L W W W L W W W L 2OT L L L L W W OT L L W W OT T W OT L W L OT T W L L W L W L L L L W W L W W L W W W W W W L W L L

UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts

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

OT OT OT

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS

All-Time vs. 2010-11 Opponents 2-20-59 1-9-60 2-27-60 1-7-61 12-19-61 2-17-62 2-23-62 2-15-63 2-23-63 12-27-63 2-15-64 2-22-64 2-20-65 12-28-65 2-19-66 12-28-66 2-18-67 12-27-67 3-1-68 2-27-69 2-27-70 2-25-71 2-16-72 2-12-73 2-20-74 2-18-75 2-11-76 12-9-94 1-15-95 2-5-95 2-3-96 2-17-96 2-20-96 11-8-96 11-9-96 2-1-97 3-7-97 3-8-97 2-6-98 2-20-98 2-22-98 11-1-98 12-12-98 12-13-98 11-6-99 3-3-00 3-4-00 11-4-00 3-2-01 3-3-01 1-18-02 1-19-02 2-26-02 11-24-02 1-17-03 1-19-03 3-14-03 12-11-03 2-6-04 2-7-04 3-19-04 12-9-04 2-11-05 2-12-05 10-28-05 1-20-06 1-21-06 10-26-06 1-19-07 1-20-07 3-16-07 12-8-07 1-11-08 1-12-08 3-14-08 3-15-08 10-24-08 1-9-09 1-10-09 11-13-09 11-14-09 1-9-10

(A) (H) (A) (A) (N) (H) (A) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (N) (A) (A) (H) (N) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A) (N) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H)

UNH 8 UNH 6 UNH 5 Massachusetts 4 UNH 14 UNH 8 UNH 9 Massachusetts 3 Massachusetts 4 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 2 UNH 5 UNH 14 UNH 6 UNH 8 UNH 8 UNH 8 UNH 4 UNH 7 UNH 4 UNH 10 UNH 4 UNH 5 UNH 7 UNH 7 UNH 11 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 7 UNH 7 UNH 4 UNH 6 UNH 1 UNH 5 UNH 10 UNH 5 UNH 8 UNH 4 UNH 7 Massachusetts 4 UNH 4 UNH 5 UNH 7 UNH 2 UNH 3 UNH 5 Massachusetts 3 Massachusetts 2 UNH 3 UNH 5 UNH 6 UNH 6 UNH 4 UNH 2 UNH 4 UNH 5 UNH 2 Massachusetts 4 UNH 3 Massachusetts 5 UNH 4 UNH 8 UNH 6 UNH 4 UNH 3 Massachusetts 4 Massachusetts 3 UNH 5 Massachusetts 3 UNH 3 Massachusetts 4 UNH 3 UNH 5 UNH 4 UNH 7 UNH 1 UNH 2 UNH 3 Massachusetts 4 UNH 4 UNH 7

Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH UNH Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts UNH Massachusetts Massachusetts

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vs. UMASS-LOWELL (51-30-15) 12-6-83 (A) UNH 3 1-8-84 (H) UNH 8 11-6-84 (A) UMass-Lowell 5 2-20-85 (H) UNH 3 3-3-85 (A) UMass-Lowell 6 3-8-85 (H) UMass-Lowell 7 3-9-85 (H) UNH 8 10-30-85 (H) UNH 4 2-9-86 (A) UNH 4 3-1-86 (H) UNH 7 10-23-86 (A) UMass-Lowell 5 10-25-86 (H) UNH 5 2-24-87 (H) UMass-Lowell 8 2-28-87 (A) UMass-Lowell 6 11-14-87 (H) UMass-Lowell 7 12-12-87 (A) UMass-Lowell 3 2-23-88 (H) UMass-Lowell 6 11-30-88 (H) UNH 5 1-3-89 (A) UNH 7 2-18-89 (H) UNH 5 12-2-89 (H) UNH 9 1-10-90 (H) UNH 3 2-3-90 (A) UMass-Lowell 3 11-28-90 (H) UNH 7 2-5-91 (A) UNH 5 2-16-91 (A) UNH 5 12-11-91 (A) UNH 5 1-31-92 (H) UNH 5 2-29-92 (H) UNH 4 12-4-92 (H) UMass-Lowell 7 12-5-92 (A) UNH 4 2-26-93 (A) UNH 2 2-27-93 (H) UNH 5 3-20-93 (N) UMass-Lowell 5 12-3-93 (A) UMass-Lowell 6 12-4-93 (H) UNH 3 2-25-94 (H) UNH 6 2-26-94 (A) UNH 4 3-18-94 (N) UMass-Lowell 4 1-20-95 (H) UMass-Lowell 5 1-21-95 (A) UNH 7 2-11-95 (H) UMass-Lowell 5 11-25-95 (N) UMass-Lowell 9 1-12-96 (H) UNH 7 1-13-96 (A) UMass-Lowell 5 2-9-96 (A) UMass-Lowell 6 1-17-97 (A) UNH 9 1-18-97 (H) UMass-Lowell 7 2-7-97 (H) UNH 4 11-28-97 (H) UNH 4 12-5-97 (H) UNH 6 12-6-97 (A) UNH 5 3-7-98 (A) UMass-Lowell 3 11-28-98 (N) UNH 5 1-20-99 (A) UNH 3 1-23-99 (H) UNH 4 2-28-99 (H) UNH 4 10-30-99 (A) UNH 2 12-3-99 (H) UNH 3 12-4-99 (A) UNH 4 10-28-00 (H) UNH 4 12-1-00 (A) UNH 2 12-2-00 (H) UNH 0 3-8-01 (H) UNH 4 3-9-01 (H) UMass-Lowell 2 3-10-01 (H) UMass-Lowell 2 11-9-01 (A) UNH 5 11-10-01 (H) UMass-Lowell 1 2-22-02 (H) UNH 3 3-15-02 (N) UNH 4 11-8-02 (H) UNH 4 11-9-02 (H) UNH 6 2-21-03 (A) UNH 4 3-7-03 (H) UNH 8 3-8-03 (H) UNH 8 11-25-03 (H) UMass-Lowell 5 2-13-04 (A) UNH 3 2-14-04 (H) UNH 3 11-23-04 (A) UNH 3 1-28-05 (A) UMass-Lowell 7 1-29-05 (H) UNH 8 11-18-05 (A) UNH 3 11-19-05 (H) UMass-Lowell 6 12-10-06 (H) UNH 4 11-17-06 (A) UNH 5 11-18-06 (H) UNH 4 12-6-06 (A) UNH 4 11-9-07 (H) UNH 2 11-30-07 (H) UNH 3 12-1-07 (A) UMass-Lowell 3 11-14-08 (A) UMass-Lowell 8

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vs. MERRIMACK (63-13-8) 1-16-60 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 2-17-61 (H) Merrimack 3 UNH 12-15-62 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 12-20-63 (A) Merrimack 5 UNH 1-9-65 (A) Merrimack 4 UNH 12-16-65 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 1-10-67 (A) UNH 3 Merrimack 2-7-68 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 11-30-68 (A) UNH 7 Merrimack 12-2-69 (H) UNH 13 Merrimack 12-20-72 (N) UNH 2 Merrimack 12-31-80 (N) UNH 5 Merrimack 11-15-88 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 11-1-89 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 1-31-90 (H) UNH 4 Merrimack 2-14-90 (H) UNH 7 Merrimack 11-13-90 (A) Merrimack 3 UNH 12-1-90 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 2-20-91 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 1-3-92 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 2-1-92 (H) UNH 7 Merrimack 2-28-92 (A) UNH 5 Merrimack 1-8-93 (A) UNH 7 Merrimack 1-9-93 (H) UNH 9 Merrimack 2-6-93 (A) Merrimack 4 UNH 3-12-93 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 3-14-93 (H) UNH 9 Merrimack 1-7-94 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 1-8-94 (A) Merrimack 6 UNH 2-12-94 (H) Merrimack 4 UNH 11-11-94 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 11-12-94 (A) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-8-95 (A) UNH 3 Merrimack 11-17-95 (H) Merrimack 4 UNH 11-18-95 (A) Merrimack 5 UNH 3-2-96 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 12-6-96 (A) UNH 0 Merrimack 12-7-96 (H) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-24-97 (A) UNH 5 Merrimack 11-8-97 (H) UNH 11 Merrimack 11-21-97 (H) UNH 7 Merrimack 11-22-97 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 1-14-99 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 1-16-99 (A) UNH 5 Merrimack 2-13-99 (H) UNH 7 Merrimack 3-12-99 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 3-13-99 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 1-14-00 (H) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-15-00 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 2-4-00 (H) UNH 2 Merrimack 3-9-00 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 3-10-00 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 1-12-01 (A) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-13-01 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 2-2-01 (A) UNH 5 Merrimack 10-18-01 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 11-2-01 (A) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-5-02 (H) UNH 10 Merrimack 3-8-02 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 3-9-02 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 11-1-02 (H) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-4-03 (H) UNH 8 Merrimack 2-19-03 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 10-16-03 (H) UNH 4 Merrimack 12-13-03 (H) Merrimack 7 UNH 1-23-04 (A) UNH 9 Merrimack 11-16-04 (A) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-21-05 (H) UNH 6 Merrimack 2-16-05 (A) UNH 6 Merrimack 11-29-05 (A) Merrimack 1 UNH 2-10-06 (H) UNH 7 Merrimack 2-11-06 (A) UNH 1 Merrimack 11-28-06 (H) UNH 5 Merrimack 2-9-07 (H) UNH 3 Merrimack 2-10-07 (A) UNH 4 Merrimack 1-4-08 (A) UNH 1 Merrimack 2-29-08 (H) UNH 2 Merrimack 3-1-08 (A) UNH 1 Merrimack 11-29-08 (H) Merrimack 4 UNH 2-27-09 (A) UNH 4 Merrimack 2-28-09 (H) UNH 1 Merrimack 11-28-09 (A) UNH 5 Merrimack 1-29-10 (A) Merrimaxk 3 UNH 1-30-10 (H) UNH 4 Merrimack

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE vs. MIAMI (4-4-1) 11-28-93 (N) Miami 12-28-97 (N) Miami 10-24-98 (H) UNH 10-21-00 (H) UNH 12-30-00 (N) UNH 12-20-03 (N) UNH 3-24-07 (N) Miami 10-16-09 (H) Miami 10-17-09 (H) UNH

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vs. MICHIGAN (2-5-1) 11-4-83 (A) Michigan 11-5-83 (A) Michigan 11-2-84 (H) Michigan 11-3-84 (H) UNH 4-2-98 (N) Michigan 3-27-99 (N) UNH 3-27-04 (N) Michigan 10-15-04 (A) UNH

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vs. NORTHEASTERN (84-57-10) 1-10-31 (H) UNH 2 Northeastern 3-4-31 (A) Northeastern 3 UNH 2-9-32 (A) Northeastern 6 UNH 2-8-33 (A) Northeastern 6 UNH 1-17-34 (H) Northeastern 7 UNH 2-12-34 (A) Northeastern 6 UNH 1-31-35 (A) Northeastern 7 UNH 2-8-35 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 2-4-36 (A) Northeastern 4 UNH 2-10-36 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 2-4-37 (H) UNH 8 Northeastern 2-9-37 (A) Northeastern 9 UNH 2-22-38 (A) UNH 10 Northeastern 2-4-39 (H) Northeastern 5 UNH 2-28-39 (A) Northeastern 5 UNH 1-3-40 (H) Northeastern 4 UNH 2-6-40 (A) Northeastern 3 UNH 2-19-41 (A) Northeastern 7 UNH 1-17-42 (H) Northeastern 8 UNH 2-21-42 (A) Northeastern 9 UNH 1-10-48 (H) Northeastern 5 UNH 1-26-48 (A) UNH 8 Northeastern 2-14-49 (A) Northeastern 13 UNH 2-21-56 (H) Northeastern 5 UNH 2-19-57 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 3-3-58 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 1-13-59 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 1-12-60 (H) Northeastern 5 UNH 1-10-61 (A) Northeastern 2 UNH 12-14-61 (H) UNH 1 Northeastern 12-17-63 (A) Northeastern 8 UNH 1-14-64 (H) Northeastern 4 UNH 2-19-65 (A) Northeastern 5 UNH 2-16-66 (H) Northeastern 5 UNH 12-14-66 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 1-19-68 (H) UNH 4 Northeastern 1-14-69 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 2-25-69 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 1-7-70 (A) UNH 14 Northeastern 2-24-70 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 1-11-71 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 2-10-71 (H) UNH 5 Northeastern 11-29-71 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 12-22-71 (N) UNH 6 Northeastern 1-4-72 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 11-29-72 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 1-4-73 (N) Northeastern 2 UNH 12-8-73 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 2-22-74 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 12-13-74 (H) UNH 10 Northeastern 1-16-75 (A) UNH 5 Northeastern 12-10-75 (A) UNH 3 Northeastern 12-13-75 (H) UNH 8 Northeastern 12-9-76 (A) UNH 7 Northeastern 2-12-77 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 11-29-77 (H) Northeastern 4 UNH 1-14-78 (A) UNH 8 Northeastern 2-8-79 (H) UNH 9 Northeastern 2-14-79 (A) Northeastern 3 UNH 1-17-80 (A) UNH 4 Northeastern 3-4-80 (H) UNH 7 Northeastern 1-6-81 (H) Northeastern 6 UNH 2-24-81 (A) UNH 9 Northeastern 1-5-82 (A) Northeastern 8 UNH 3-2-82 (H) UNH 6 Northeastern 3-12-82 (N) Northeastern 4 UNH 3-27-82 (N) Northeastern 10 UNH 2-16-83 (H) UNH 8 Northeastern 3-1-83 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern 2-3-84 (A) UNH 6 Northeastern

2-28-84 10-27-84 1-19-85 2-28-85 12-4-85 2-13-86 2-23-86 11-19-86 11-22-86 3-2-86 3-6-86 12-5-87 1-26-88 2-19-88 1-14-89 2-10-89 2-28-89 3-4-89 12-15-89 1-24-90 2-24-90 11-16-90 12-4-90 1-26-90 11-16-91 1-25-92 2-14-92 3-8-92 11-28-92 1-15-93 1-16-93 12-11-93 1-12-94 1-14-94 3-19-94 1-13-95 2-17-95 2-18-95 12-1-95 12-2-95 2-1-96 11-1-96 11-2-96 1-31-97 1-30-98 2-27-98 2-28-98 11-21-98 1-29-99 2-19-99 1-21-00 1-22-00 2-11-00 1-19-01 1-20-01 2-9-01 10-26-01 2-15-02 2-16-02 10-25-02 2-14-03 2-15-03 11-21-03 11-22-03 2-22-04 11-19-04 11-20-04 2-19-05 3-10-05 3-11-05 11-4-05 11-5-06 11-27-06 11-3-06 11-4-06 11-25-06 11-2-07 11-3-07 11-16-07 10-31-08 11-1-08 11-21-08 10-23-09 2-26-10 2-27-10

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Northeastern 8 UNH Northeastern 4 UNH UNH 7 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern Northeastern 7 UNH UNH 9 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 9 Northeastern Northeastern 5 UNH Northeastern 5 UNH Northeastern 7 UNH Northeastern 5 UNH UNH 5 Northeastern Northeastern 4 UNH UNH 6 Northeastern Northeastern 8 UNH Northeastern 5 UNH Northeastern 5 UNH UNH 6 Northeastern Northeastern 6 UNH UNH 5 Northeastern Northeastern 2 UNH UNH 7 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 11 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern Northeastern 7 UNH UNH 8 Northeastern Northeastern 6 UNH UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern Northeastern 5 UNH UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern Northeastern 7 UNH Northeastern 3 UNH UNH 7 Northeastern UNH 9 Northeastern UNH 7 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern Northeastern 5 UNH Northeastern 2 UNH UNH 4 Norhteastern UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 7 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern Northeastern 6 UNH UNH 4 Northeastern Northeastern 5 UNH UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 2 Northeastern Northeastern 5 UNH UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 2 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 1 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 7 Northeastern UNH 5 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern UNH 6 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern UNH 7 Northeastern Northeastern 2 UNH Northeastern 4 UNH UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 2 Northeastern Northeastern 3 UNH UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 4 Northeastern UNH 3 Northeastern

vs. PROVIDENCE (76-50-14) 2-12-27 (A) UNH 3-4-59 (H) UNH 2-22-61 (A) Providence 2-21-62 (H) Providence 1-5-63 (A) Providence 2-28-64 (H) Providence

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All-Time vs. 2010-11 Opponents 1-21-65 12-14-65 2-20-67 1-11-68 2-5-69 12-13-69 2-12-70 1-8-71 2-16-71 2-12-72 2-23-72 12-5-72 2-6-73 2-7-74 2-15-74 12-4-74 2-7-75 2-13-76 2-19-76 1-3-77 1-24-77 2-17-77 12-6-77 2-15-78 1-5-79 2-12-79 2-22-79 2-14-80 -22-80 2-11-81 3-5-81 12-5-81 3-5-82 3-9-82 12-1-82 1-26-83 12-4-83 2-12-84 12-1-84 2-10-85 2-17-85 10-25-85 11-22-85 2-16-86 10-29-86 11-1-86 2-4-87 2-7-87 11-10-87 12-9-87 2-10-88 12-3-88 1-16-89 2-15-89 11-28-89 12-30-89 1-13-90 2-25-90 3-1-90 3-2-90 3-4-90 1-12-91 1-25-91 2-15-91 3-1-91 1-24-92 2-8-92 2-15-92 3-12-92 11-13-92 11-14-92 2-12-93 2-13-93 11-12-93 11-13-93 1-28-94 1-29-94 12-2-94 12-3-94 2-24-95 3-9-95 1-26-96 1-27-96 2-23-96 2-14-97

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Providence 13 UNH 3 Providence 6 UNH 0 UNH 6 Providence 5 UNH 5 Providence 1 UNH 4 Providence 3 UNH 7 Providence 3 UNH 5 Providence 2 UNH 6 Providence 4 Providence 8 UNH 6 UNH 8 Providence 2 Providence 5 UNH 2 UNH 8 Providence 7 Providence 2 UNH 1 UNH 7 Providence 2 Providence 2 UNH 1 UNH 4 Providence 4 UNH 7 Providence 5 Providence 3 UNH 1 UNH 5 Providence 1 UNH 6 Providence 4 UNH 9 Providence 2 Providence 7 UNH 4 UNH 8 Providence 3 Providence 8 UNH 6 UNH 5 Providence 4 UNH 4 Providence 3 UNH 6 Providence 6 Providence 5 UNH 4 Providence 7 UNH 4 UNH 6 Providence 5 Providence 5 UNH 4 UNH 5 Providence 4 Providence 5 UNH 4 UNH 4 Providence 2 UNH 7 Providence 4 Providence 5 UNH 3 UNH 6 Providence 3 UNH 5 Providence 0 Providence 3 UNH 2 Providence 4 UNH 2 UNH 4 Providence 1 Providence 5 UNH 4 Providence 7 UNH 4 Providence 4 UNH 2 UNH 3 Providence 1 UNH 5 Providence 4 UNH 4 Providence 4 UNH 7 Providence 1 UNH 2 Providence 2 Providence 5 UNH 2 UNH 2 Providence 2 Providence 4 UNH 1 Providence 3 UNH 1 Providence 4 UNH 2 UNH 2 Providence 2 Providence 2 UNH 1 UNH 4 Providence 4 UNH 3 Providence 0 Providence 5 UNH 1 UNH 2 Providence 0 UNH 7 Providence 4 Providence 6 UNH 1 UNH 2 Providence 2 UNH 4 Providence 3 Providence 4 UNH 1 Providence 5 UNH 2 Providence 7 UNH 3 Providence 3 UNH 2 UNH 5 Providence 3 Providence 6 UNH 4 UNH 5 Providence 2 UNH 3 Providence 1 Providence 2 UNH 1 UNH 3 Providence 2 UNH 5 Providence 2 UNH 8 Providence 3 Providence 5 UNH 3 UNH 5 Providence 5 UNH 8 Providence 2 UNH 6 Providence 6 Providence 3 UNH 2 UNH 4 Providence 2 Providence 5 UNH 4 Providence 6 UNH 2 UNH 9 Providence 5

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS

All-Time vs. 2010-11 Opponents 2-15-97 2-28-97 2-13-98 2-14-98 3-6-98 11-6-98 11-7-98 1-30-99 3-19-99 11-12-99 11-13-99 2-12-00 11-10-00 11-11-00 2-10-01 11-17-01 1-13-02 2-10-02 11-15-02 2-11-03 2-9-03 11-14-03 1-9-04 1-10-04 3-11-04 3-12-04 3-13-04 11-12-04 1-7-05 1-8-05 1-27-06 2-24-06 2-25-06 3-9-06 3-10-06 1-27-07 2-23-07 2-24-07 3-8-07 3-9-07 11-17-07 2-15-08 2-16-08 11-22-08 2-13-09 2-14-09 12-11-09 1-22-10 2-12-10

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Providence UNH UNH UNH UNH Providence UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Providence Providence UNH UNH UNH Providence UNH UNH UNH Providence Providence UNH UNH UNH Providence UNH UNH UNH UNH Providence UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH Providence UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH UNH

vs. St. LAWRENCE (31-15-1) 1-31-64 (A) UNH 2-7-67 (A) SLU 2-16-68 (H) SLU 12-14-68 (A) UNH 2-17-70 (H) UNH 11-27-70 (N) UNH 12-12-70 (A) UNH 1-14-72 (H) UNH 2-3-73 (A) SLU 2-28-74 (H) SLU 1-18-75 (H) UNH 2-28-75 (A) UNH 1-24-76 (H) UNH 2-17-76 (A) UNH 11-26-76 (A) UNH 1-20-77 (H) UNH 1-6-78 (H) UNH 2-2-78 (A) UNH 1-12-79 (H) UNH 2-3-79 (A) UNH 1-7-80 (H) SLU 1-11-80 (A) SLU 12-30-80 (A) SLU 1-9-81 (H) SLU 1-31-81 (A) SLU 1-29-82 (A) SLU 2-5-83 (H) UNH 3-12-83 (N) UNH 1-11-84 (A) UNH 11-24-89 (H) UNH 11-24-90 (A) UNH 1-13-92 (H) UNH 10-30-92 (A) SLU 10-29-93 (H) UNH

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ANNUAL RESULTS

ANDY BRICKLEY ‘82

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN IN 1982 w/53 POINTS (26G, 27A) PLAYED FOR FIVE NHL TEAMS INCLUDING THE BOSTON BRUINS

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS Legend: • - Hockey East/ECAC game (HE) - Hockey East Playoffs (ECAC) - ECAC Playoffs (NCAA) - NCAA Playoffs 1924-25 (2-2) Coach: Hank Swasey Capt.: William Sayward Date Site UNH OPP 1-19 (A) 2 Bates 1 1-20 (A) 5 Colby 0 1-21 (A) 1 St. Dominique Club 5 2-5 (A) 1 Boston U. 5

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1925-26 (1-3) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Frederic Fudge Date Site UNH OPP 1-28 (A) 1 St. Jean Club 4 1-29 (A) 0 St. Dominique Club 11 2-6 (H) 4 COLBY 2 2-13 (H) 1 MASSACHUSETTS 3

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1926-27 (6-0) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Warren Percival Date Site UNH 1-8 (H) 4 BATES 1-12 (H) 4 BOWDOIN 2-5 (H) 3 SPRINGFIELD 2-9 (A) 2 Springfield 2-11 (A) 4 Brown 2-12 (A) 5 Providence

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1927-28 (7-1-1) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Roland Chandler Date Site UNH OPP 1-19 (A) 5 Colby 2 1-20 (A) 5 Bates 3 1-21 (A) 2 Bowdoin 1 1-24 (A) 2 Yale 11 1-25 (A) 3 Brown 2 1-27 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 2 2-3 (A) 5 Springfield 3 2-22 (H) 6 MIT 1 2-22 (H) 1 MIT 1 OT

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1928-29 (6-4-1) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Alvin Reinhart Date Site UNH 1-5 (H) 1 MIT 1-9 (H) 2 BROWN 1-12 (H) 2 BOWDOIN 1-16 (H) 8 CONNECTICUT 1-25 (A) 1 Brown 1-26 (A) 5 ARMY 1-29 (A) 1 Bates 2-1 (A) 0 Amherst 2-2 (A) 1 Mass Amherst 2-16 (H) 1 BOSTON U. 2-23 (H) 1 BATES

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1929-30 (3-8-2) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Donald McFarland Date Site UNH OPP 1-11 (H) 2 BATES 3 1-16 (A) 3 Pennsylvania 1 1-18 (A) 0 Yale JVs 7 1-22 (H) 1 BROWN 3 1-24 (H) 1 MASSACHUSETTS 2 OT 1-25 (A) 4 Brown 4 OT 1-29 (H) 2 BOSTON U. 2 2-1 (A) 0 Bates 2 2-5 (H) 1 MIT 2 OT 2-8 (H) 2 Amherst 0 2-15 (H) 4 ARMY 2 2-19 (A) 2 Harvard JVs 5 2-26 (A) 0 Boston U. 9

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1930-31 (7-5) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: George Colburn Date Site UNH OPP 1-4 (H) 3 BOWDOIN 1 W 1-10 (H) 2 NORTHEASTERN 1 W 1-15 (H) 6 BATES 0 W 1-17 (A) 1 Brown 2 L 1-21 (H) 5 COLBY 2 W 1-23 (A) 2 Massachusetts 3 L 1-24 (A) 4 Amherst* 2 2OT W 2-5 (A) 4 Princeton 5 L 2-7 (A) 2 Army 0 W 2-18 (A) 2 Bates 0 W 2-27 (A) 1 Boston U. 3 L 3-4 (A) 2 Northeastern 3 L 1931-32 (0-8) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: David Wark Date Site UNH OPP 1-23 (A) 1 Brown 2 2-3 (H) 1 BATES 2 OT 2-5 (H) 2 COLBY 3 2-9 (A) 2 Northeastern 6 2-15 (H) 3 MIT 4 2-17 (A) 3 Bates 4 OT 2-20 (H) 0 BOWDOIN 5 2-24 (A) 1 Boston U. 8 1932-33 (1-6) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Theodore Nowak Date Site UNH OPP 1-13 (A) 0 Brown 3 1-15 (H) 0 BOWDOIN 1 1-21 (A) 2 Mass Amherst 1 1-28 (H) 1 BATES 4 2-4 (A) 3 Army 4 2-8 (A) 0 Northeastern 6 2-24 (A) 1 Boston U. 6

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1933-34 (5-6-1) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: George Bacheller Date Site UNH OPP 1-16 (A) 2 Bowdoin 5 L 1-17 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN 7 L 1-22 (A) 1 Brown 5 L 1-24 (H) 6 MASSACHUSETTS 1 W 1-27 (H) 4 ST. ANSELM 3 W 1-29 (H) 0 MIT 2 L 1-31 (H) 12 ST. MICHAEL’S 3 W 2-3 (A) 3 ARMY* 0 OT W 2-6 (H) 1 BOSTON U. 0 W 2-12 (A) 2 Northeastern 6 L 2-15 (H) 2 BOWDOIN 2 T 2-23 (A) 0 Boston U. 6 L * - team scored 3 goals in 10 minute overtime 1934-35 (6-4-2) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capts.: Charles Grocott, James Steffy Date Site UNH OPP 1-5 (H) 2 BOWDOIN 1 W 1-12 (A) 3 Bates 2 W 1-16 (H) 8 BATES 1 W 1-18 (A) 3 Massachusetts 3 T 1-19 (A) 1 Williams 3 L 1-21 (A) 0 Brown 2 L 1-26 (H) 3 ST. ANSELM 3 OT T 1-31 (A) 3 Northeastern 7 L 2-5 (H) 5 MIT 1 W 2-7 (A) 3 Bowdoin 2 2OT W 2-8 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN 5 2OT W 2-13 (H) 1 BOSTON U. 3 L

1935-36 (7-6) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capts.: Fred Schipper Date Site UNH OPP 1-7 (H) 3 MASSACHUSETTS 0 W 1-14 (A) 3 Brown 6 L 1-18 (A) 8 Army* 4 OT W 1-28 (A) 2 Boston U. 6 L 1-30 (H) 12 ST. ANSELM 0 W 2-1 (H) 4 MIT 1 W 2-4 (A) 3 Northeastern 4 L 2-6 (A) 4 Bowdoin 0 W 2-7 (A) 4 COLBY 5 L 2-10 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN 2 W 2-12 (H) 3 BOSTON U. 7 L 2-15 (H) 5 BOWDOIN 0 W 2-19 (A) 1 Dartmouth 4 L * - team scored 4 goals in 10 minute overtime 1936-37 (3-5) Coach: Carl Lundholm Capts.: William Facey, Herbert Merrill Date Site UNH OPP 1-5 (A) 1 Boston U. 3 1-16 (A) 2 Army 1 2-2 (H) 1 MIDDLEBURY 2 2-4 (H) 8 NORTHEASTERN 3 2-5 (H) 5 BOSTON U. 3 2-6 (H) 1 Boston College 7 2-9 (A) 2 Northeastern 9 2-17 (A) 1 Williams 6

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1937-38 (6-3-1) Coach: Ernest Christensen Capt.: Russell Martin Date Site UNH OPP 1-5 (H) 6 MASSACHUSETTS 4 1-8 (H) 8 BOWDOIN 2 1-11 (H) 7 BOSTON U. 7 OT 1-13 (H) 4 BOSTON COL. 3 1-15 (H) 6 WILLIAMS 7 2-11 (A) 5 Bowdoin 4 2-12 (H) 19 ST. ANSELM 2 2-15 (A) 3 Boston U. 7 2-22 (A) 10 Northeastern 3 2-25 (A) 1 MIT 2

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1938-39 (5-4) Coach: George Thurston Capts.: Maurice Fournier, Raymond Patten Date Site UNH OPP 1-12 (A) 5 MIT 2 W 1-13 (H) 11 MIDDLEBURY 0 W 1-16 (A) 1 Bowdoin 0 W 1-31 (A) 3 Boston College 6 L 2-4 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN 5 L 2-9 (H) 4 MIT 2 W 2-11 (A) 2 Army 1 W 2-21 (A) 3 Boston U. 5 L 2-28 (A) 4 Northeastern 5 L 1939-40 (1-9) Coach: Anthony Dougal Capt.: Warren Davison Date Site UNH OPP 1-3 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN 4 1-9 (H) 1 BOSTON U. 9 1-11 (H) 3 COLBY 4 1-19 (H) 2 MIT 4 2-2 (H) 1 BOSTON COL. 6 2-6 (A) 2 Northeastern 3 2-13 (A) 2 Boston College 10 2-15 (A) 5 Middlebury 2 2-20 (A) 2 MIT 4 2-27 (A) 1 Boston U. 5

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE 1940-41 (5-7) Coach: Anthony Dougal Capt.: Jack Wentzell Date Site UNH OPP 1-6 (H) 5 MIDDLEBURY 1 1-8 (H) 5 BOSTON U. 8 1-10 (H) 1 COLBY 6 1-11 (H) 5 BOWDOIN 2 1-15 (H) 1 BOSTON COL. 11 1-21 (A) 2 Boston College 13 1-23 (H) 7 MIT 3 1-25 (H) 10 SPRINGFIELD 0 2-10 (A) 4 Colby 6 2-11 (A) 2 Bowdoin 0 2-14 (A) 4 Northeastern 7 3-1 (A) 2 Boston U. 6

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1941-42 (4-10) Coach: Anthony Dougal Capt.: Paul Nugent Date Site UNH OPP 12-26 (N) 8 Union# 0 W 12-27 (N) 1 Williams# 3 L 12-29 (N) 5 Cornell# 8 L 1-6 (A) 3 Boston U.* 5 OT L 1-8 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE 7 L 1-10 (H) 3 MIT 2 OT W 1-13 (H) 2 COLBY 8 L 1-14 (A) 1 Dartmouth 7 L 1-16 (A) 11 Bowdoin 4 W 1-17 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN 8 L 2-10 (A) 1 Colby 9 L 2-13 (H) 5 BOSTON U. 4 W 2-19 (H) 3 BOWDOIN 4 L 2-21 (A) 4 Northeastern 9 L # - Lake Placid Tournament, Lake Placid, N.Y. * - BU scores 2 goals in 10 minute overtime 1942-43 (1-1) Coach: Anthony Dougal Capt.: NA Date Site UNH 1-5 (A) 6 Tufts 1-12 (A) 2 Harvard 1946-47 (4-1) Coach: Anthony Dougal Capt.: Donald Perkins Date Site UNH 1-13 (A) 5 Bowdoin 1-18 (H) 6 DEVENS 1-23 (H) 8 SUFFOLK 2-10 (A) 5 Colby 2-12 (H) 4 TUFTS

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1947-48 (4-9) Coach: Joseph Petroski Capt.: William Forbes Date Site UNH OPP 1-7 (A) 2 Army 7 1-10 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN 5 1-12 (H) 6 COLBY 4 1-14 (A) 5 Bowdoin 6 1-17 (H) 2 MIT 8 1-20 (H) 12 MASS AMHERST 0 1-24 (H) 4 BOSTON U. 6 1-26 (A) 8 Northeastern 5 1-27 (A) 1 Boston U. 4 1-28 (H) 7 NORWICH 5 2-10 (A) 3 MIT 4 2-16 (A) 2 Boston College 9 2-18 (A) 2 Brown 4

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1948-49 (0-3) Coach: Joseph Petroski Capt.: Robert Keith Date Site UNH OPP 1-15 (A) 3 Army 4 2-9 (A) 4 Bowdoin 6 2-14 (A) 4 Northeastern 13 2-16 (A) 5 Boston College 9

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1949-50 (0-4) Coach: Joseph Petroski Capt.: George Sleeth Date Site UNH OPP 1-9 (A) 2 Tufts 9 1-20 (H) 4 Massachusetts 5 1-21 (H) 2 TUFTS 5 2-16 (A) 0 Bowdoin 9

2-26 (H) 2 NORWICH 3-4 (H) 5 MIT

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1950-51 (5-4) Coach: Joseph Petroski Capt.: Walter Fournier Date Site UNH OPP 1-9 (A) 5 Colby 7 L 1-11 (H) 2 Norwich 5 L 1-13 (H) 2 MIT 1 W 1-16 (H) 9 BOWDOIN 4 W 2-5 (H) 7 Massachusetts 3 W 2-8 (A) 0 Bowdoin 3 L 2-10 (H) 2 AIC 7 L 2-15 (A) 4 Tufts* 3 OT W 2-20 (A) 13 Norwich 1 W * - teams played full 20-minute overtime 1951-52 (5-5) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: George Healy, John Simpson Date Site UNH OPP 1-5 (A) 2 Tufts 12 1-7 (A) 7 Suffolk 4 1-10 (H) 1 NORWICH 2 1-16 (A) 10 MIT 2 1-17 (H) 6 COLBY 2 1-19 (H) 6 TUFTS 2 2-13 (H) 5 MIT 2 2-15 (A) 3 Colby 6 2-16 (A) 1 Bowdoin 2 2-20 (A) 2 Norwich 7

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1952-53 (3-6) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: Robert Houley, Willard Payson Date Site UNH OPP 1-12 (A) 3 Colby 2 W 1-15 (A) 3 Tufts 11 L 1-16 (H) 0 AIC 2 L 2-6 (H) 2 TUFTS 6 L 2-11 (H) 3 NORWICH 4 L 2-12 (H) 7 COLBY 6 W 2-14 (A) 8 Bowdoin 4 W 2-16 (A) 0 Middlebury 7 L 2-17 (A) 1 Norwich 7 L 1953-54 (2-5-1) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capt.: William Johnston Date Site UNH OPP 1-13 (H) 5 BOWDOIN 7 1-15 (H) 3 MIT 5 2-6 (A) 2 Army 8 2-9 (A) 4 Norwich 9 2-11 (H) 4 TUFTS 6 2-12 (A) 6 Bowdoin 6 2-15 (A) 5 Tufts 3 2-17 (A) 6 MIT 1

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1955-56 (3-11) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capt.: Ed Githens Date Site UNH OPP 12-14 (A) 3 MIT 5 1-6 (H) 6 NORWICH 5 1-9 (A) 2 Tufts 12 1-13 (A) 1 Bowdoin 3 1-20 (H) 3 HOLY CROSS 6 2-8 (A) 3 Colby 2 OT 2-9 (H) 6 BOWDOIN 3 2-15 (A) 2 Army 10 2-16 (A) 4 Amherst 6 2-21 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN 5 2-23 (A) 2 Massachusetts 6 2-28 (A) 3 Norwich 11 2-29 (H) 1 COLBY 3 3-3 (H) 2 MIT 3

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1956-57 (7-7-1) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capt.: Douglas Cowie Date Site UNH OPP 12-8 (H) 3 NORWICH 4 12-12 (A) 5 MIT 2 12-18 (H) 0 TUFTS 4 1-8 (H) 3 COLBY 8 1-9 (H) 8 BOWDOIN 4 1-12 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 3 OT 2-1 (A) 6 Massachusetts 3 2-2 (A) 1 Army 9 2-6 (H) 2 AMHERST 7 2-12 (A) 2 Colby 4 2-15 (H) 7 BOWDOIN 2 2-19 (A) 4 Northeastern 4 OT 2-21 (A) 1 Norwich 6 2-26 (A) 6 Holy Cross 0 3-1 (H) 5 MIT 2

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1957-58 (13-3) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: Douglas Cowie, Leo Kravchuk Date Site UNH OPP 12-14 (H) 8 HOLY CROSS 0 12-17 (H) 9 MIT 2 12-18 (A) 3 Tufts 6 1-11 (A) 6 Massachusetts 3 1-14 (A) 4 Norwich 1 1-17 (A) 5 Colby 4 OT 1-21 (H) 2 AIC 3 2-15 (H) 5 TUFTS 4 2-17 (A) 8 Bowdoin 2 2-18 (H) 6 NORWICH 3 2-19 (H) 4 COLBY 2 2-21 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 1 2-24 (H) 11 BOWDOIN 0 2-25 (A) 8 MIT 2 2-28 (A) 1 Army 6 3-3 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN 3

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1954-55 (5-8) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: Monty Childs, William Johnston Date Site UNH OPP 1-8 (A) 9 Colby 1 W 1-10 (A) 4 Tufts 5 L 2-2 (A) 2 Army 3 L 2-3 (A) 2 AIC 11 L 2-5 (H) 8 COLBY 0 W 2-7 (A) 3 Norwich 9 L 2-10 (H) 6 BOWDOIN 3 W 2-12 (H) 3 TUFTS 9 L 2-15 (A) 2 MIT 3 L 2-19 (H) 6 Massachusetts 5 W 2-24 (H) 7 BOWDOIN 3 W

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS 1958-59 (14-5) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: Albert Brodeur, Sylvester Clegg Date Site UNH OPP 12-16 (A) 10 MIT 0 12-17 (H) 6 TUFTS 2 1-1 (N) 4 Hamilton# 8 1-2 (A) 10 Cornell 0 1-3 (N) 4 Williams# 1 1-7 (H) 4 BOWDOIN 0 1-8 (A) 0 Colby 6 1-10 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS 2 1-13 (A) 4 Northeastern 2 1-17 (H) 5 AIC 1 1-20 (H) 2 NORWICH 4 2-12 (A) 4 Bowdoin 2 2-13 (A) 3 Tufts 4 2-14 (H) 16 MIT 2 2-20 (A) 8 Massachusetts 3 2-21 (A) 1 Army 3 2-25 (A) 5 Norwich 2 2-28 (A) 6 Amherst 5 OT 3-4 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE 2 # - Cornell Invitational at Ithaca, N.Y.

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1959-60 (11-8) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: George Frigard, Raymond March Date Site UNH OPP 12-15 (H) 14 MIT 2 W 12-16 (A) 5 Tufts 4 W 12-21 (N) 4 Williams# 1 W 12-22 (N) 2 Hamilton# 6 L 12-23 (A) 4 Bowdoin# 5 OT L 1-6 (A) 2 Bowdoin 3 L 1-9 (H) 6 Massachusetts 0 W 1-12 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN 5 L 1-13 (A) 1 Colby 4 L 1-16 (H) 3 MERRIMACK 2 W 1-19 (A) 1 Norwich 4 L 2-10 (H) 4 BOWDOIN 2 W 2-12 (H) 4 TUFTS 1 W 2-13 (A) 8 MIT 4 W 2-17 (H) 1 COLBY 8 L 2-19 (H) 1 ARMY 8 L 2-23 (H) 6 NORWICH 4 W 2-27 (A) 5 Massachusetts 2 W 3-2 (H) 4 AMHERST 1 W #- Bowdoin Invitational Hockey Tournament at Brunswick, Maine 1960-61 (3-11) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capt.: Rod Blackburn Date Site UNH OPP 1-7 (A) 3 Massachusetts 4 1-10 (A) 0 Northeastern 2 1-13 (H) 5 NORWICH 4 1-17 (A) 3 Norwich 4 1-20 (A) 0 Army 5 1-21 (A) 2 Williams 6 2-8 (A) 1 Bowdoin 10 2-9 (H) 3 Colby 7 2-11 (H) 10 CONNECTICUT 4 2-15 (H) 0 BOWDOIN 6 2-17 (H) 2 MERRIMACK 3 2-18 (A) 3 Colby 7 2-22 (A) 3 Providence 10 3-1 (A) 6 Amherst 2

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1961-62 (10-7-1) Coach: Horace “Pepper” Martin Capts.: Ken McKinnon, Ed Mullen, Sam Nichols Date Site UNH OPP 12-8 (H) 3 SIR GEO. WILLIAMS 3 OT T 12-14 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN 0 W 12-15 (H) 4 MIT 0 W 12-18 (N) 4 Williams# 6 L 12-19 (N) 14 Massachusetts# 2 W 12-20 (N) 6 Norwich# 3 W 1-9 (H) 13 CONNECTICUT 0 W

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1-16 (A) 3 Bowdoin 5 1-18 (H) 7 NORWICH 4 2-7 (H) 13 AMHERST 0 2-10 (A) 0 Colby 5 2-15 (A) 7 Norwich 3 2-17 (H) 8 MASSACHUSETTS 4 2-21 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE 7 2-23 (A) 9 Massachusetts 4 2-24 (A) 3 Army 5 2-28 (A) 6 Dartmouth 7 3-1 (H) 0 COLBY 5 # - Brown Invitational at Providence, R.I. 1962-63 (10-10) Coach: A. Barr “Whoop” Snively Capt.: Dick Lamontagne Date Site UNH OPP 12-7 (H) 8 SIR GEO. WILLIAMS 7 12-11 (A) 16 MIT 0 12-15 (H) 3 MERRIMACK 2 12-17 (A) 4 Northeastern 8 12-20 (N) 3 Bowdoin# 7 12-21 (N) 1 Colgate# 7 12-22 (N) 11 Hamilton# 2 1-5 (A) 2 Providence 4 1-9 (A) 7 Middlebury 6 1-15 (A) 7 Bowdoin 6 OT 1-19 (H) 5 NORWICH 6 1-23 (H) 2 DARTMOUTH 3 1-25 (H) 8 WILLIAMS 3 1-26 (A) 4 Colby 1 2-8 (A) 2 Army 3 OT 2-13 (A) 6 Amherst 0 2-15 (A) 2 Massachusetts 3 2-18 (H) 13 BOWDOIN 6 2-23 (H) 1 MASSACHUSETTS 4 2-26 (A) 4 Norwich 9 # - Brown Invitational at Providence, R.I.

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1963-64 (13-12) Coach: A. Barr “Whoop” Snively Capt.: Clarence “Buzz” Littell Date Site UNH OPP 12-12 (A) 6 Norwich 3 W 12-14 (H) 5 VERMONT 3 W 12-17 (H) 8 AIC 7 W 12-20 (A) 3 Merrimack 5 L 12-27 (N) 6 Massachusetts# 0 W 12-28 (A) 6 Vermont# 3 W 1-7 (A) 2 Dartmouth 3 OT L 1-8 (H) 1 BOWDOIN 2 L 1-11 (H) 5 COLBY 7 L 1-14 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN 4 L 1-27 (A) 1 Army 6 L 1-28 (A) 2 Clarkson 14 L 1-31 (A) 5 St. Lawrence 4 OT W 2-1 (A) 2 Colgate 9 L 2-7 (A) 1 Rensselaer 10 L 2-8 (A) 4 Vermont 1 W 2-12 (H) 3 AMHERST 2 W 2-14 (H) 7 MIDDLEBURY 2 W 2-15 (A) 6 Massachusetts 5 W 2-18 (A) 4 Bowdoin 3 W 2-20 (A) 1 Colby 5 L 2-22 (H) 2 MASSACHUSETTS 1 W 2-25 (H) 0 NORWICH 3 L 2-28 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE 6 L 2-29 (A) 5 Williams 4 OT W # - Yankee Conference Tournament at Burlington, Vt. 1964-65 (6-14, 6-9 ECAC II) Coach: Rube Bjorkman Capt.: John Gilday Date Site UNH 12-9 (A) 1 Colby• 12-12 (A) 3 Vermont• 12-17 (A) 1 AIC• 12-29 (N) 12 Connecticut#• 12-30 (A) 11 Vermont#• 1-6 (A) 6 Dartmouth 1-9 (A) 3 Merrimack•

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE 1967-68 (22-7, 7-6 ECAC) Coach: Rube Bjorkman Capt.: Graham Bruder Date Site UNH OPP 11-25 (A) 2 Yale• 3 L 11-29 (H) 4 COLGATE• 2 W 12-1 (A) 3 Boston U.• 7 L 12-7 (H) 6 BOWDOIN 1 W 12-9 (A) 7 Colby 4 W 12-12 (H) 12 CONNECTICUT 1 W 12-15 (A) 4 Clarkson• 9 L 12-16 (A) 1 Colgate• 4 L 12-20 (N) 1 Michigan Tech+ 5 L 12-21 (N) 4 Western Ontario+ 0 W 12-27 (N) 8 Massachusetts# 1 W 12-28 (A) 8 Vermont# 1 W 1-4 (H) 10 NORWICH 2 W 1-6 (A) 5 Vermont 0 W 1-11 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 1 W 1-13 (H) 4 COLBY 3 OT W 1-17 (H) 2 BOSTON U.• 1 W 1-19 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 3 W 2-6 (A) 9 Williams 0 W 2-7 (H) 5 MERRIMACK 4 W 2-10 (H) 9 ARMY• 2 W 2-13 (A) 10 Norwich 1 W 2-16 (H) 1 ST. LAWRENCE• 5 L 2-17 (H) 1 RENSSELAER• 4 L 2-21 (H) 5 MIDDLEBURY 2 W 2-24 (A) 6 Boston College• 4 W 2-28 (A) 7 Dartmouth• 5 W 3-1 (A) 4 Massachusetts 0 W 3-2 (H) 12 VERMONT 2 W + - Great Lakes Invitational at Detroit, Mich. # - Yankee Conference Tournament at Burlington, Vt. 1968-69 (22-6-1, 10-5-1 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Graham Bruder Date Site UNH OPP 11-30 (A) 7 Merrimack 3 W 12-4 (H) 10 DARTMOUTH• 2 W 12-7 (H) 6 BOSTON U.• 3 W 12-10 (H) 4 NORWICH 3 OT W 12-13 (A) 5 Middlebury 1 W 12-14 (A) 5 St. Lawrence• 4 W 12-16 (A) 11 Connecticut 0 W 12-20 (N) 1 Cornell+• 8 L 12-21 (N) 4 Princeton+• 1 W 12-27 (N) 9 Connecticut# 0 W 12-28 (A) 8 Vermont# 1 W 1-4 (A) 1 Boston U.• 2 OT L 1-7 (H) 9 WILLIAMS 2 W 1-11 (H) 5 VERMONT 2 W 1-14 (H) 7 NORTHEASTERN• 4 W 1-15 (A) 7 Bowdoin 3 W 1-17 (H) 2 COLGATE• 6 L 2-5 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 3 OT W 2-7 (A) 8 Vermont 0 W 2-8 (A) 4 Rensselaer• 1 W 2-12 (H) 4 CLARKSON• 4 OT T 2-14 (H) 2 BOSTON COLLEGE• 3 L 2-15 (A) 1 Harvard• 7 L 2-19 (A) 7 Colgate• 3 W 2-22 (H) 4 COLBY 2 W 2-25 (A) 3 Northeastern• 0 W 2-27 (H) 7 MASSACHUSETTS 0 W 3-1 (A) 7 Army• 5 W 3-4 (A) 3 Harvard (ECAC) 4 OT L + ECAC Holiday Tournament - at Boston Garden #- Yankee Conference Tournament at Burlington, Vt.

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1969-70 (19-10-2, 9-6-2 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capts.: Ryan Brandt, Allan Clark Date Site UNH OPP 11-27 (A) 5 Minn.-Duluth% 7 L 11-28 (N) 8 Manitoba% 6 W 12-2 (H) 13 MERRIMACK 6 W 12-6 (A) 4 Colgate• 4 OT T 12-9 (H) 3 HARVARD• 11 L 12-11 (H) 8 CONNECTICUT 0 W 12-13 (H) 7 PROVIDENCE• 3 W 12-16 (A) 2 Army• 1 W 12-19 (N) 7 Michigan Tech& 0 W 12-20 (N) 4 Michigan State& 3 W 12-29 (N) 6 Michigan State@ 5 W 12-30 (N) 4 Boston U.@• 7 L 1-3 (A) 5 Boston College• 6 L 1-7 (A) 14 Northeastern• 4 W 1-10 (H) 6 VERMONT 3 W 1-14 (H) 4 BOSTON U.• 5 L 1-17 (A) 8 Dartmouth• 5 W 2-4 (A) 3 Vermont 6 L 2-5 (A) 5 Clarkson• 6 OT L 2-7 (H) 17 Rensselaer• 3 W 2-12 (A) 5 Providence• 2 W 2-14 (H) 4 COLGATE• 4 OT T 2-17 (H) 7 ST. LAWRENCE• 3 W 2-19 (H) 3 BOWDOIN 7 L 2-21 (A) 5 Boston U.• 2 W 2-24 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 3 W 2-27 (A) 4 Mass Amherst 3 OT W 2-28 (A) 9 Williams 3 W 3-2 (A) 3 Colby 1 W 3-4 (H) 0 CLARKSON• 4 L 3-10 (A) 0 Boston U. (ECAC) 2 L % - Christmas City of the North Tourney at Duluth, Minn. & - Great Lakes Invitational at Detroit, Mich. @ - Boston Arena Tournament at Boston, Mass. 1970-71 (20-9, 11-9 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Louis Frigon Date Site UNH OPP 11-26 (N) 2 Clarkson@• 3 L 11-27 (N) 4 St. Lawrence!• 3 OT W 11-28 (N) 6 Bowling Green@ 4 W 12-1 (H) 6 DARTMOUTH• 4 W 12-4 (H) 11 ARMY• 5 W 12-5 (H) 1 BOSTON U.• 6 L 12-8 (H) 8 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 W 12-12 (A) 10 St. Lawrence• 9 OT W 12-15 (A) 7 Bowdoin 4 W 12-18 (N) 2 Cornell+• 6 L 12-19 (N) 11 Dartmouth+• 2 W 1-2 (H) 9 ACADIA 5 W 1-3 (H) 7 ACADIA 1 W 1-6 (H) 17 COLBY 2 W 1-8 (H) 6 PROVIDENCE• 4 W 1-9 (H) 6 VERMONT 0 W 1-11 (A) 5 Northeastern• 0 W 1-16 (H) 14 MIDDLEBURY 3 W 2-3 (A) 6 Vermont 3 W 2-6 (A) 15 Colgate• 3 W 2-8 (A) 2 Pennsylvania• 7 L 2-10 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 0 W 2-13 (A) 3 Boston U.• 8 L 2-16 (A) 6 Providence• 8 L 2-20 (H) 2 CLARKSON• 3 L 2-25 (H) 10 MASSACHUSETTS 3 W 2-27 (H) 15 COLGATE• 7 W 3-2 (A) 2 Clarkson• 5 L 3-6 (A) 3 Rensselaer• 5 L @ - SLU Thanksgiving Festival at Canton, N.Y. ! - SLU Thanksgiving Festival at Potsdam, N.Y. + - ECAC Christmas Tournament at Boston, Mass.

1971-72 (20-10, 12-6 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Dick Umile Date Site UNH OPP 11-20 (A) 8 St. Louis 4 11-21 (A) 5 St. Louis 6 11-29 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN• 4 12-4 (A) 1 Boston U.• 2 12-6 (H) 7 BOWDOIN 4 12-11 (A) 6 Colgate• 2 12-14 (H) 9 OHIO U. 3 12-21 (N) 3 Rensselaer@+• 5 12-22 (N) 6 Northeastern@+• 2 12-29 (H) 3 NORTH DAKOTA 9 12-30 (H) 3 NORTH DAKOTA 2 1-4 (A) 5 Northeastern• 3 1-7 (A) 6 Boston College• 5 OT 1-8 (H) 1 PENNSYLVANIA• 4 1-11 (H) 3 CLARKSON• 2 OT 1-14 (H) 5 ST. LAWRENCE• 2 1-15 (H) 3 HARVARD• 2 OT 1-31 (H) 6 ST. LOUIS 1 2-2 (A) 1 Vermont 6 2-11 (H) 5 BOSTON U.• 6 2-12 (H) 8 PROVIDENCE• 2 2-16 (A) 4 Massachusetts 3 OT 2-19 (H) 6 RENSSELAER• 3 2-23 (A) 2 Providence• 5 2-25 (H) 6 COLGATE• 3 2-29 (A) 4 Army• 0 3-3 (A) 5 Clarkson• 8 3-7 (A) 5 Pennsylvania• 3 3-10 (N) 3 Cornell+ (ECAC) 6 3-11 (N) 4 Harvard+ (ECAC) 1 @ -ECAC Christmas Tournament + - at Boston Garden

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1972-73 (16-10-3, 11-8 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Bill Beaney Date Site UNH OPP 11-17 (A) 7 Bowling Green 5 W 11-18 (A) 2 Bowling Green 3 L 11-24 (H) 4 OHIO STATE 4 OT T 11-25 (H) 4 OHIO STATE 3 OT W 11-29 (H) 9 NORTHEASTERN• 5 W 12-2 (A) 3 Harvard• 9 L 12-5 (A) 8 Providence• 7 OT W 12-7 (H) 4 VERMONT 2 W 12-13 (A) 4 Bowdoin 4 OT T 12-15 (A) 3 Princeton• 2 OT W 12-18 (N) 4 Dartmouth@+• 5 L 12-20 (N) 2 Merrimack@+ 2 T 12-30 (A) 2 Boston College• 5 L 1-3 (H) 6 ST. LOUIS 5 W 1-4 (N) 1 Northeastern%• 2 OT L 1-13 (H) 6 COLGATE• 0 W 1-27 (A) 7 Army• 2 W 2-2 (H) 8 BOSTON COLLEGE• 7 OT W 2-3 (A) 3 St. Lawrence• 6 L 2-6 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE• 2 L 2-12 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS 4 W 2-15 (A) 6 Rensselaer• 5 OT W 2-17 (H) 8 CLARKSON• 5 W 2-22 (H) 3 Rensselaer• 7 L 2-24 (A) 4 Pennsylvania• 3 W 2-27 (H) 5 DARTMOUTH• 4 W 3-1 (A) 5 Colgate• 4 W 3-2 (A) 3 Clarkson• 5 L 3-6 (A) 2 Boston College 4 L (ECAC) @ - ECAC Christmas Tournament + - at Boston Garden % - at Watson Rink (Harvard), Cambridge, Mass.

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS 1973-74 (22-9, 15-5 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Gordie Clark Date Site UNH OPP 11-3 (H) 12 ST. MARY’S 4 11-4 (H) 5 ST. MARY’S 6 11-23 (H) 7 BOWLING GREEN 2 11-24 (H) 2 BOWLING GREEN 4 11-28 (H) 3 HARVARD• 2 12-1 (A) 8 Dartmouth• 2 12-5 (H) 6 YALE• 1 12-8 (A) 5 Northeastern• 0 12-12 (H) 7 BOWDOIN 1 12-15 (A) 6 Colgate• 2 12-21 (A) 5 Boston College• 4 OT 12-29 (H) 4 TORONTO 10 12-30 (H) 5 TORONTO 2 1-3 (H) 3 PENNSYLVANIA• 4 1-5 (A) 3 Brown• 6 1-8 (A) 7 Rensselaer• 5 1-11 (H) 7 CLARKSON• 2 1-12 (H) 8 COLGATE• 7 OT 1-26 (H) 9 ST. LOUIS 3 1-30 (A) 6 Vermont 4 2-1 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 2 2-5 (A) 3 Clarkson• 2 2-7 (H) 7 PROVIDENCE• 2 2-9 (A) 3 Pennsylvania• 1 2-12 (H) 4 RENSSELAER• 1 2-15 (A) 1 Providence• 2 2-19 (A) 4 Cornell• 5 2-20 (A) 7 Massachusetts 5 2-22 (H) 9 NORTHEASTERN• 2 2-28 (H) 4 ST. LAWRENCE• 5 3-5 (H) 6 RENSSELAER (ECAC) 7 OT 1974-75 (21-9-1, 17-7-1 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Mike Burkart Date Site UNH OPP 11-15 (H) 6 AIR FORCE 7 OT 11-16 (H) 9 AIR FORCE 4 11-30 (A) 7 Colgate• 2 12-2 (H) 6 DARTMOUTH• 1 12-4 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 4 OT 12-7 (A) 2 Boston U.• 7 12-10 (A) 10 Bowdoin 4 12-13 (H) 10 NORTHEASTERN• 5 12-29 (H) 4 PENNSYLVANIA# 6 12-30 (H) 8 ST. MARY’S# 6 1-7 (H) 6 PENNSYLVANIA• 3 1-11 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 1 1-14 (H) 10 RENSSELAER• 4 1-16 (A) 5 Northeastern• 1 1-18 (H) 7 ST. LAWRENCE• 3 1-21 (H) 4 BOSTON U.• 6 1-25 (A) 5 Clarkson• 3 1-29 (A) 7 Vermont• 8 1-31 (A) 4 Boston College• 6 2-1 (H) 5 COLGATE• 1 2-4 (H) 6 BROWN• 3 2-7 (A) 7 Providence• 5 2-12 (A) 11 Yale• 3 2-15 (H) 8 CLARKSON• 4 2-18 (H) 7 MASSACHUSETTS 0 2-21 (A) 7 Princeton• 3 2-22 (A) 7 Pennsylvania• 2 2-25 (H) 3 VERMONT• 4 OT 2-27 (A) 3 Rensselaer• 4 OT 2-28 (A) 4 St. Lawrence• 3 3-4 (A) 2 Cornell (ECAC) 4 # - Blue-Green Invitational at Durham, N.H. 1975-76 (24-7, 22-6 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Jamie Hislop Date Site UNH 11-27 (N) 13 Pennsylvania%• 11-28 (N) 4 Colgate%• 11-30 (A) 2 Cornell• 12-2 (H) 5 BOSTON U.•

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1977-78 (18-12, 14-11 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Jon Fontas Date Site UNH OPP 11-18 (A) 11 Air Force 7 11-19 (A) 7 Air Force 6 11-29 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN• 4 12-1 (H) 5 RENSSELAER• 6 12-3 (A) 5 Boston U.• 6 12-6 (H) 8 PROVIDENCE• 3 12-10 (A) 4 Cornell• 10 12-14 (H) 6 HARVARD• 7 12-16 (N) 10 Concordia# 4 12-17 (A) 6 Dartmouth#• 7 OT 12-30 (H) 7 PENNSYLVANIA• 5 1-3 (H) 7 BOSTON COLLEGE• 2 1-6 (H) 8 St. Lawrence• 4 1-11 (H) 4 BOSTON U.• 6 1-14 (A) 8 Northeastern• 6 1-17 (H) 8 COLGATE• 1 1-21 (A) 7 Vermont• 5 1-25 (H) 6 DARTMOUTH• 3 1-30 (H) 10 BOWDOIN 3 2-2 (A) 9 St. Lawrence• 6 2-4 (H) 6 YALE• 3 2-11 (H) 6 CLARKSON• 4 2-15 (A) 6 Providence• 8 2-17 (A) 7 Clarkson��� 10 2-18 (A) 12 Colgate• 4 2-23 (H) 4 VERMONT• 2 2-25 (A) 5 Rensselaer• 6 OT 3-1 (A) 5 Brown• 2 3-5 (A) 2 Boston College• 4 3-7 (A) 5 Boston U. (ECAC) 6 OT # - Blue-White Tournament at Hanover, N.H.

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1978-79 (22-10-3, 17-5-3 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Bob Gould Date Site UNH OPP 11-3 (A) 6 Bowling Green 9 L 11-4 (A) 6 Bowling Green 5 W 12-2 (H) 8 RENSSELAER• 12 L 12-9 (H) 6 CORNELL• 3 W 12-12 (A) 4 Harvard• 8 L 12-16 (H) 7 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 W 12-29 (A) 3 Wisconsin 4 OT L 12-30 (A) 3 Wisconsin 7 L 1-2 (A) 5 Boston College• 3 W 1-5 (N) 5 Providence%• 4 OT W 1-6 (A) 6 Yale%• 5 W 1-8 (A) 8 Princeton• 3 W 1-12 (H) 9 ST. LAWRENCE• 1 W 1-13 (H) 4 CLARKSON• 0 W 1-16 (H) 4 BOSTON U.• 7 L 1-19 (A) 6 Colgate• 5 W 1-20 (A) 5 Rensselaer• 9 L 1-24 (A) 5 Dartmouth• 5 OT T 1-27 (H) 10 VERMONT• 4 W 1-29 (A) 11 Bowdoin 3 W 2-2 (A) 6 Clarkson• 4 W 2-3 (A) 5 St. Lawrence• 2 W 2-8 (H) 9 NORTHEASTERN• 3 W 2-12 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 3 W 2-14 (A) 1 Northeastern• 3 L 2-16 (H) 10 COLGATE• 0 W 2-20 (A) 6 Vermont• 2 W 2-22 (A) 6 Providence• 6 OT T 2-24 (A) 3 Boston U.• 3 OT T 2-27 (H) 9 BROWN• 3 W 3-6 (H) 9 YALE (ECAC) 2 W 3-9 (N) 5 Cornell+ (ECAC) 2 W 3-10 (N) 3 Dartmouth+ (ECAC) 2 W 3-22 (N) 3 Minnesota* (NCAA) 4 L 3-24 (N) 3 Dartmouth* (NCAA) 7 L % - Yale Bulldog Invitational at New Haven, Conn. + - at Boston Garden * - at Olympia Stadium, Detroit, Mich.

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE 1979-80 (12-18, 9-15 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Bob Francis Date Site UNH OPP 11-9 (A) 0 Ohio State 1 F 11-10 (A) 0 Ohio State 1 F 11-23 (H) 5 BOWLING GREEN 2 11-24 (H) 4 BOWLING GREEN 2 11-29 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 12-1 (A) 4 Boston U.• 3 12-5 (H) 5 RENSSELAER• 4 12-8 (A) 6 CORNELL• 3 12-11 (H) 1 HARVARD• 4 12-15 (A) 3 Maine• 5 12-28 (H) 6 PRINCETON#• 1 12-29 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE# 8 1-2 (H) 9 AIR FORCE 4 1-7 (H) 4 ST. LAWRENCE• 5 1-11 (A) 0 St. Lawrence• 4 1-12 (A) 2 Clarkson• 8 1-15 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 10 1-17 (A) 4 Northeastern• 3 1-19 (A) 3 Rensselaer• 2 OT 1-22 (H) 4 DARTMOUTH• 7 1-26 (H) 9 VERMONT• 2 2-2 (A) 8 Yale• 7 OT 2-7 (A) 3 Boston College• 4 2-14 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 5 2-16 (H) 5 MAINE• 6 OT 2-19 (A) 2 Vermont• 8 2-22 (A) 4 Providence• 7 2-26 (A) 3 Brown• 6 3-1 (A) 4 Colgate• 7 3-4 (H) 7 NORTHEASTERN• 1 # - Blue-White Tournament at Durham, N.H.

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1980-81 (19-13-1, 13-10-1 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capts.: Dana Barbin, Sean Coady Date Site UNH OPP 11-7 (H) 3 TORONTO 5 L 11-8 (H) 6 TORONTO 3 W 11-14 (A) 5 Bowling Green 3 W 11-15 (A) 7 Bowling Green 5 W 11-25 (H) 8 U.S. INTERNATIONAL 0 W 11-28 (A) 8 Cornell• 2 W 11-29 (A) 2 Princeton• 8 L 12-2 (H) 6 RENSSELAER• 8 L 12-5 (H) 3 BOWDOIN 1 W 12-10 (A) 3 Harvard• 4 L 12-14 (A) 5 Boston College• 2 W 12-30 (N) 0 St. Lawrence# 6 L 12-31 (N) 5 Merrimack# 3 W 1-6 (H) 2 NORTHEASTERN• 6 L 1-9 (H) 3 ST. LAWRENCE• 6 L 1-14 (H) 6 BOSTON U.• 3 W 1-17 (A) 5 Rensselaer• 7 L 1-20 (H) 4 DARTMOUTH• 2 W 1-24 (A) 6 Vermont• 4 W 1-27 (H) 10 MAINE• 4 W 1-31 (A) 1 St. Lawrence• 6 L 2-6 (H) 6 COLGATE• 3 W 2-7 (H) 12 YALE• 2 W 2-11 (A) 6 Providence• 5 W 2-14 (H) 4 CLARKSON• 4 OT T 2-17 (H) 9 VERMONT• 1 W 2-21 (H) 6 BROWN• 1 W 2-24 (A) 9 Northeastern• 5 W 2-26 (A) 2 Maine• 5 L 3-1 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 OT L 3-5 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 5 OT L 3-7 (A) 5 Boston U.• 4 OT W 3-10 (A) 2 Clarkson (ECAC) 3 L # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H.

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1981-82 (22-14, 15-7 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Ed Olsen Date Site UNH OPP 11-13 (H) 7 CONCORDIA 4 W 11-14 (H) 6 CONCORDIA 5 W 11-20 (A) 4 Minn.-Duluth 8 L 11-21 (A) 2 Minn.-Duluth 3 L 11-27 (A) 1 Cornell• 6 L 11-29 (H) 8 PRINCETON• 1 W 12-2 (A) 7 Maine• 5 W 12-5 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 4 W 12-9 (H) 2 HARVARD• 3 L 12-12 (A) 4 Colgate• 10 L 12-16 (A) 8 Dartmouth• 3 W 12-30 (A) 5 Dartmouth# 6 L 12-31 (N) 4 Vermont# 8 L 1-2 (H) 4 BOSTON COLLEGE• 2 W 1-5 (A) 3 Northeastern• 8 L 1-13 (A) 4 Boston U.• 3 W 1-16 (H) 5 RENSSELAER• 3 W 1-22 (H) 4 VERMONT• 3 W 1-29 (A) 1 St. Lawrence• 7 L 1-30 (A) 6 Clarkson• 4 W 2-4 (A) 4 Boston College• 2 W 2-6 (H) 9 BOWDOIN 4 W 2-9 (A) 11 Brown• 1 W 2-13 (H) 7 BOSTON U.• 1 W 2-16 (A) 8 Vermont• 4 W 2-25 (A) 4 Yale• 6 L 2-27 (H) 8 MAINE• 5 W 3-2 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN• 5 OT W 3-5 (A) 4 Providence• 5 OT L 3-9 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE (ECAC) 2 W 3-12 (N) 2 Northeastern+ (ECAC) 4 L 3-13 (N) 6 Clarkson+ (ECAC) 5 W 3-19 (H) 3 MICHIGAN ST. (NCAA) 2 W 3-20 (H) 6 MICHIGAN ST. (NCAA) 2 W 3-26 (N) 0 Wisconsin* (NCAA) 5 L 3-27 (N) 4 Northeastern* (NCAA) 10 L # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H. + - at Boston Garden * - at Providence Civic Center, Providence, R.I. 1982-83 (22-11-2, 15-5-1 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capt.: Dan Forget Date Site UNH OPP 11-20 (H) 3 MINN.-DULUTH 5 11-21 (H) 6 MINN.-DULUTH 7 11-27 (H) 6 CORNELL• 4 12-1 (H) 7 PROVIDENCE• 4 12-4 (A) 5 Maine• 2 12-7 (A) 5 Harvard• 7 12-11 (A) 4 Bowdoin 1 12-15 (H) 7 DARTMOUTH• 2 12-17 (H) 5 TORONTO 6 OT 12-18 (H) 4 TORONTO 3 OT 12-30 (N) 8 Maine# 5 12-31 (A) 7 Dartmouth# 0 1-5 (A) 7 Princeton• 5 1-8 (H) 2 CLARKSON• 5 1-12 (H) 6 BOSTON U.• 5 1-15 (A) 9 Rensselaer• 10 OT 1-18 (H) 4 MAINE• 3 1-22 (A) 9 Vermont 1 1-26 (A) 3 Providence• 5 1-29 (H) 3 COLGATE• 2 2-1 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 6 OT 2-5 (H) 6 ST. LAWRENCE 2 2-8 (H) 4 BROWN• 3 OT 2-11 (A) 2 Boston U.• 3 2-16 (H) 8 NORTHEASTERN• 1 2-19 (H) 3 VERMONT• 0 2-22 (A) 5 Boston College• 4 2-27 (H) 5 YALE• 2 3-1 (A) 6 Northeastern• 4 3-4 (H) 3 BOSTON U. (ECAC) 3 OT

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3-5 (H) 6 BOSTON U. (ECAC) 3 W 3-11 (N) 3 Harvard+ (ECAC) 6 L 3-12 (N) 5 St. Lawrence+(ECAC) 2 W 3-18 (A) 6 Minnesota (NCAA) 9 L 3-19 (A) 2 Minnesota (NCAA) 7 L # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H. + - at Boston Garden 1983-84 (20-17-1, 13-8 ECAC) Coach: Charlie Holt Capts.: Paul Barton, Ken Chisolm Date Site UNH OPP 11-4 (A) 2 Michigan 3 OT L 11-5 (A) 4 Michigan 5 L 11-11 (A) 8 Western Michigan 4 W 11-12 (A) 1 Western Michigan 4 L 11-18 (H) 5 BOWLING GREEN 6 OT L 11-19 (H) 3 BOWLING GREEN 4 L 11-26 (H) 4 PRINCETON• 3 W 11-30 (A) 5 Cornell• 0 W 12-4 (A) 6 Providence• 3 W 12-6 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell 3 OT T 12-9 (H) 8 DARTMOUTH• 4 W 12-30 (N) 4 Vermont# 1 W 12-31 (N) 5 Maine# 4 W 1-4 (H) 4 NORTHERN ARIZONA 6 L 1-8 (H) 8 UMASS-LOWELL 3 W 1-10 (A) 5 Clarkson• 3 W 1-11 (A) 5 St. Lawrence• 4 W 1-14 (H) 2 RENSSELAER• 1 W 1-15 (H) 3 BOWDOIN 4 OT L 1-17 (A) 5 Colgate• 7 L 1-20 (A) 4 Boston College• 5 L 1-24 (A) 9 Brown• 1 W 1-28 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 5 L 2-1 (H) 7 VERMONT 6 OT W 2-3 (A) 6 Northeastern• 5 W 2-5 (H) 5 MAINE• 2 W 2-7 (A) 0 Maine• 3 L 2-10 (A) 2 Boston U.• 3 L 2-12 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 0 W 2-15 (A) 7 Dartmouth• 5 W 2-17 (H) 4 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 L 2-19 (A) 5 Vermont• 4 W 2-21 (H) 6 HARVARD• 2 W 2-23 (A) 1 Yale• 4 L 2-28 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 8 L 3-2 (A) 8 Boston U. (ECAC) 3 W 3-3 (A) 2 Boston U. (ECAC) 5 L 3-3 (A) 0 Boston U.* (ECAC) 1 OT L # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H. * - mini-game/overtime which counts in overall standings 1984-85 (16-26-1, 12-21-1 HE) Coach: Charlie Holt Capts.: Scott Ellison, Dwayne Robinson, Ralph Robinson Date Site UNH OPP 10-12 (H) 1 WESTERN MICHIGAN 4 10-13 (H) 0 WESTERN MICHIGAN 1 F 10-16 (H) 0 MAINE• 1 F 10-19 (A) 2 Colorado College• 6 10-20 (A) 5 Colorado College• 7 10-27 (A) 3 Northeastern• 4 10-30 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 11-2 (H) 0 MICHIGAN 1 F 11-3 (H) 9 MICHIGAN 4 11-6 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell• 5 11-10 (A) 4 Boston U.• 5 11-16 (A) 3 North Dakota• 4 11-17 (A) 0 North Dakota• 11 11-23 (H) 2 MINN.-DULUTH• 6 11-24 (H) 1 MINN.-DULUTH• 2 OT 11-27 (A) 2 Boston U.• 3 OT 12-1 (H) 2 PROVIDENCE• 3 12-7 (H) 8 MICHIGAN TECH• 2 12-8 (H) 5 MICHIGAN TECH• 3 12-13 (H) 4 DENVER• 5 OT 12-14 (H) 3 DENVER• 2 12-30 (N) 11 Vermont# 4

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS 12-31 (A) 9 Dartmouth# 4 W 1-4 (A) 3 Minnesota• 2 OT W 1-5 (A) 3 Minnesota• 4 L 1-11 (A) 8 Northern Michigan• 0 W 1-12 (A) 6 Northern Michigan• 5 W 1-16 (A) 4 Boston College• 3 OT W 1-19 (H) 7 NORTHEASTERN• 4 W 1-22 (A) 1 Yale 4 L 1-25 (H) 6 WISCONSIN• 8 L 1-26 (H) 5 WISCONSIN• 10 L 1-30 (H) 7 BOSTON U.• 10 L 2-2 (A) 7 Maine• 6 OT W 2-3 (A) 7 Maine• 3 W 2-7 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 L 2-10 (A) 2 Providence• 4 L 2-17 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 1 W 2-20 (H) 3 UMASS-LOWELL• 3 OT T 2-28 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 4 W 3-3 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell• 6 L 3-8 (H) 6 UMASS-LOWELL (HE) 7 L 3-9 (H) 8 UMASS-LOWELL% (HE) 4 W # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H. % - Mass Lowell wins mini-game, 1-0, to advance 1985-86 (5-29-3, 5-27-2 HE) Coach: Charlie Holt Capts.: Peter Herms, James Richmond Date Site UNH OPP 10-25 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 5 10-30 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL• 3 11-2 (A) 3 Boston College• 7 11-5 (A) 3 Maine• 7 11-8 (H) 2 NORTH DAKOTA• 4 11-9 (H) 4 NORTH DAKOTA• 7 11-15 (A) 3 Minn.-Duluth• 5 11-16 (A) 3 Minn.-Duluth• 4 OT 11-22 (A) 4 Providence• 7 11-26 (H) 3 YALE 6 11-29 (A) 3 Wisconsin• 7 11-30 (A) 4 Wisconsin• 7 12-4 (A) 5 Northeastern• 7 12-7 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 4 12-11 (H) 4 BOSTON COLLEGE• 8 12-29 (H) 1 MINNESOTA• 5 12-30 (H) 2 MINNESOTA• 10 1-3 (H) 5 COLORADO C.• 3 1-4 (H) 2 COLORADO C.• 4 1-10 (A) 2 Michigan Tech• 6 1-11 (A) 2 Michigan Tech• 3 OT 1-17 (A) 2 Denver• 9 1-18 (A) 3 Denver• 8 1-21 (A) 1 Boston U.• 9 1-27 (H) 6 MAINE• 3 1-31 (H) 4 NO. MICHIGAN• 8 2-1 (H) 3 NO. MICHIGAN• 6 2-6 (A) 2 Boston College• 5 2-9 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell• 4 ot 2-13 (H) 9 NORTHEASTERN• 1 2-16 (A) 2 Providence• 4 2-20 (H) 3 MAINE• 5 2-23 (A) 4 Northeastern• 4 OT 2-26 (H) 1 BOSTON U.• 5 3-1 (H) 7 UMASS-LOWELL• 4 3-7 (A) 1 Boston U. (HE) 1 3-8 (A) 3 Boston U. (HE) 4

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1986-87 (8-27-3, 5-24-3 HE) Coach: Bob Kullen Capt.: James Richmond Date Site UNH OPP 10-17 (A) 1 Bowling Green 6 10-18 (A) 2 Bowling Green 8 10-23 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell• 5 10-25 (H) 5 UMASS-LOWELL• 5 OT 10-29 (A) 3 Providence• 1 11-1 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 4 11-5 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 6 11-8 (A) 3 Boston U.• 5 11-14 (H) 5 MAINE• 6 11-15 (H) 2 MAINE• 3

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1987-88 (7-20-3, 6-18-2 HE) Coach: Dave O’Connor Capts.: Tim Hanley, Rick Lambert Date Site UNH OPP 10-31 (A) 2 Boston College• 6 L 11-4 (H) 8 BOSTON U.• 9 L 11-10 (H) 2 PROVIDENCE• 2 OT T 11-14 (H) 4 MASS LOWELL• 7 L 11-20 (A) 1 Minn.-Duluth• 7 L 11-21 (A) 3 Minnesota• 6 L 11-27 (H) 8 COLORADO C.• 3 W 11-28 (H) 6 DENVER• 3 W 12-1 (A) 3 Brown 4 L 12-5 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 5 OT L 12-9 (A) 2 Providence• 5 L 12-12 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell• 3 L 1-2 (A) 6 Yale% 5 W 1-3 (N) 2 Cornell% 5 L 1-8 (A) 6 Michigan Tech• 5 OT W 1-9 (A) 2 Northern Michigan• 6 L 1-15 (H) 2 WISCONSIN• 3 OT L 1-17 (H) 2 NORTH DAKOTA• 6 L 1-20 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 1 W 1-23 (A) 4 Boston U.• 6 L 1-26 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 4 OT W 1-29 (A) 2 Maine• 5 L 1-30 (A) 2 Maine• 9 L 2-5 (A) 1 Boston U.• 5 L 2-10 (A) 2 Providence• 2 OT T 2-13 (H) 7 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 W 2-16 (H) 4 VERMONT 4 OT T 2-19 (A) 1 Northeastern• 4 L 2-23 (H) 1 UMASS-LOWELL• 6 L 2-26 (H) 2 MAINE• 6 L % - Yale Invitational Tournament at New Haven, Conn. 1988-89 (12-22, 9-17 HE) Coach: Bob Kullen Capt.: Tim Shields Date Site UNH OPP 10-29 (A) 2 Vermont 5 11-1 (A) 2 Maine• 6 11-5 (H) 4 BOSTON U.• 5 11-10 (A) 5 Colorado College• 0 11-12 (A) 1 Denver• 8 11-15 (H) 5 MERRIMACK 2 11-18 (A) 3 Boston College• 5 11-25 (H) 2 MICHIGAN TECH• 6 11-26 (H) 2 NO. MICHIGAN• 11 11-30 (H) 5 UMASS-LOWELL• 4 12-3 (A) 1 Providence• 4

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12-6 (H) 3 BROWN 1 W 12-9 (A) 1 Boston College• 7 L 12-10 (H) 3 HARVARD 4 OT L 12-30 (A) 3 Dartmouth# 4 L 12-31 (N) 4 Vermont# 7 L 1-3 (A) 7 UMass-Lowell• 5 W 1-6 (A) 2 North Dakota• 8 L 1-8 (A) 0 Wisconsin• 3 L 1-11 (H) 12 YALE 6 W 1-14 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN• 3 W 1-16 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE• 3 L 1-21 (H) 3 MINNESOTA-DULUTH• 0 W 1-23 (H) 1 MINNESOTA• 3 L 1-28 (A) 3 Boston U.• 2 OT W 2-3 (H) 4 MAINE• 3 W 2-4 (H) 4 MAINE• 6 L 2-10 (A) 2 Northeastern• 8 L 2-15 (H) 2 PROVIDENCE• 4 L 2-18 (A) 5 Mass Lowell• 3 W 2-21 (H) 0 BOSTON U.• 4 L 2-25 (H) 7 BOSTON COLLEGE• 4 W 2-28 (A) 2 Northeastern• 5 L 3-4 (A) 4 Northeastern (HE) 5 OT L # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H. 1989-90 (17-17-5, 8-9-4 HE) Coach: Bob Kullen Capt.: Chris Grassie Date Site UNH OPP 10-28 (H) 5 VERMONT 3 W 11-1 (A) 6 Merrimack• 3 W 11-4 (A) 4 Rensselaer 5 L 11-10 (A) 1 Wisconsin 8 L 11-11 (A) 3 Wisconsin 7 L 11-15 (A) 4 Boston U.• 4 OT T 11-21 (A) 4 Brown 2 W 11-24 (H) 4 ST. LAWRENCE 4 OT T 11-25 (H) 0 MINNESOTA 4 L 11-28 (A) 2 Providence• 2 OT T 12-2 (H) 9 UMASS-LOWELL• 5 W 12-5 (A) 5 Boston College• 9 L 12-9 (H) 5 RENSSELAER 1 W 12-12 (H) 5 BOSTON U.• 4 W 12-15 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN• 5 W 12-29 (H) 9 DARTMOUTH# 3 W 12-30 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE# 2 3OT L 1-2 (N) 9 Bowdoin% 5 W 1-5 (A) 11 Alabama-Huntsville 7 W 1-6 (A) 1 Alabama-Huntsville 4 L 1-10 (H) 3 UMASS-LOWELL• 3 OT T 1-13 (A) 4 Providence• 4 OT T 1-16 (A) 9 Yale 1 W 1-20 (H) 4 BOSTON COLLEGE• 6 L 1-24 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 6 OT L 1-27 (A) 2 Boston U.• 4 L 1-31 (H) 4 MERRIMACK• 2 W 2-3 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell• 3 L 2-9 (A) 2 Maine• 4 L 2-10 (A) 3 Maine• 8 L 2-14 (H) 7 MERRIMACK• 3 W 2-16 (H) 2 MAINE• 3 L 2-20 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 L 2-24 (A) 5 Northeastern• 3 W 2-25 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 0 W 3-1 (A) 1 Providence (HE) 5 L 3-2 (A) 2 Providence (HE) 0 W 3-4 (A) 7 Providence (HE) 4 W 3-9 (A) 4 Boston College (HE) 5 OT L % - at JFK Coliseum, Manchester, N.H. # - Yoken’s-Comfort Inn Classic at Durham, N.H. 1990-91 (22-11-2, 10-9-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Riel Bellegarde, David MacIntyre Date Site UNH OPP 10-26 (A) 5 Vermont 4 11-2 (A) 6 Air Force 2 11-3 (A) 8 Air Force 3 11-9 (N) 6 Alabama-Huntsville% 3 11-10 (H) 8 ALA.-HUNTSVILLE 2 11-13 (A) 2 Merrimack• 3

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE 11-16 (A) 1 Northeastern• 2 OT 11-20 (H) 5 ALASKA ANCHORAGE 4 11-23 (A) 2 Clarkson 4 11-24 (A) 4 St. Lawrence 2 11-28 (H) 7 UMASS-LOWELL• 3 12-1 (H) 6 MERRIMACK• 3 12-4 (A) 7 Northeastern• 4 12-7 (H) 4 RENSSELAER 3 12-8 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 3 12-11 (A) 0 Maine• 4 12-29 (N) 6 Dartmouth# 3 12-30 (A) 7 Vermont# 6 OT 1-2 (H) 5 NOTRE DAME 3 1-5 (H) 3 BOSTON U.• 3 OT 1-8 (A) 3 Boston College• 5 1-12 (H) 1 PROVIDENCE• 6 1-15 (A) 4 Boston U.• 8 1-18 (H) 4 MAINE• 8 1-22 (H) 5 YALE 3 1-25 (A) 2 Providence• 2 OT 1-26 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 1 2-1 (H) 5 BOSTON U.• 3 2-5 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell• 2 2-8 (A) 2 Boston College• 5 2-15 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 3 2-16 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell• 4 OT 2-20 (A) 6 Merrimack• 2 2-23 (H) 2 MAINE• 4 3-1 (A) 1 Providence (HE) 4 % - at JFK Coliseum, Manchester, N.H. # - Sheraton-U.S. Air Classic at Burlington, Vt.

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1991-92 (22-13-2, 13-6-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Savo Mitrovic Date Site UNH OPP 10-26 (H) 3 VERMONT 1 W 11-1 (H) 4 AIR FORCE 2 W 11-2 (H) 9 AIR FORCE 4 W 11-8 (A) 7 Notre Dame 1 W 11-9 (A) 8 Notre Dame 2 W 11-15 (A) 5 Boston College• 4 W 11-16 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN• 4 W 11-23 (H) 7 BOSTON U.• 4 W 11-27 (H) 4 ALASKA ANCHORAGE 5 L 11-30 (H) 4 CLARKSON 5 L 12-6 (A) 0 Maine• 9 L 12-7 (A) 2 Maine• 6 L 12-11 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell• 4 W 12-28 (A) 8 Dartmouth# 3 W 12-29 (N) 2 Boston U.# 5 L 1-3 (H) 5 MERRIMACK• 2 W 1-7 (A) 3 Rensselaer 5 L 1-13 (H) 6 ST. LAWRENCE 1 W 1-17 (A) 1 Boston U.• 3 L 1-18 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 2 W 1-24 (A) 2 Providence• 5 L 1-25 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN• 4 W 1-28 (A) 4 Yale 5 L 1-31 (H) 5 UMASS-LOWELL• 5 OT T 2-1 (H) 7 MERRIMACK• 3 W 2-7 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 0 W 2-8 (A) 3 Providence• 7 L 2-14 (A) 11 Northeastern• 2 W 2-15 (H) 2 PROVIDENCE• 3 L 2-21 (A) 3 Boston U.• 2 OT W 2-22 (H) 4 MAINE• 4 OT T 2-28 (A) 5 Merrimack• 2 W 2-29 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL• 0 W 3-8 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN (HE) 2 W 3-12 (N) 5 Providence+ (HE) 3 W 3-14 (N) 1 Maine+ (HE) 4 L 3-26 (N) 2 Wisconsin* (NCAA) 4 L # - Auld Lang Syne Tournament at Hanover, N.H. + - at Boston Garden * - at Providence Civic Center, Providence, R.I.

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1992-93 (18-17-3, 11-11-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Kevin Thomson Date Site UNH OPP 10-24 (A) 4 Vermont 1 W 10-30 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 4 OT L 10-31 (A) 1 Clarkson 6 L 11-6 (H) 4 AIR FORCE 4 OT T 11-7 (H) 6 AIR FORCE 3 W 11-13 (A) 4 Providence• 6 L 11-14 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE• 2 W 11-20 (A) 9 Boston College• 6 W 11-21 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE• 5 OT T 11-28 (H) 5 NORTHEASTERN• 7 L 12-4 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL• 7 L 12-5 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell• 1 W 12-9 (H) 6 BROWN 3 W 12-11 (N) 3 Maine% 4 L 12-29 (H) 3 DARTMOUTH# 4 L 12-30 (H) 4 VERMONT# 1 W 1-2 (H) 4 RENSSELAER 3 W 1-8 (A) 7 Merrimack• 5 W 1-9 (H) 9 MERRIMACK• 4 W 1-15 (A) 8 Northeastern• 5 W 1-16 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 6 L 1-22 (H) 1 BOSTON U.• 3 L 1-23 (A) 6 Boston U.• 4 W 1-29 (H) 2 MAINE• 5 L 1-30 (H) 3 MAINE• 8 L 2-5 (A) 0 Boston U.• 4 L 2-6 (A) 3 Merrimack• 4 OT L 2-12 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 1 W 2-13 (A) 1 Providence• 2 L 2-19 (A) 4 Boston College• 3 W 2-20 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 1 W 2-26 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell• 2 OT T 2-27 (H) 5 UMASS-LOWELL• 2 W 3-6 (A) 2 Maine• 5 L 3-12 (H) 5 MERRIMACK (HE) 3 W 3-14 (H) 9 MERRIMACK (HE) 2 W 3-19 (N) 0 Boston U.+ (HE) 2 L 3-20 (N) 4 UMass-Lowell+ (HE) 5 OT L # - UNH Holiday Classic at Durham, N.H. % - at Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine + - at Boston Garden 1993-94 (25-12-3, 13-9-2 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Bob Chebator Date Site UNH OPP 10-29 (H) 3 ST. LAWRENCE 1 11-5 (A) 8 Air Force 1 11-6 (A) 6 Air Force 0 11-12 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 2 11-13 (A) 5 Providence• 2 11-16 (A) 6 Rensselaer 3 11-19 (A) 3 Boston College• 8 11-20 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 3 11-27 (N) 7 Clarkson& 3 11-28 (N) 2 Miami (Ohio)& 6 11-30 (H) 5 VERMONT 4 12-3 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell• 6 12-4 (H) 3 UMASS-LOWELL• 1 12-10 (N) 7 Maine% 3 12-11 (A) 6 Northeastern• 6 OT 12-29 (N) 3 Dartmouth# 2 12-30 (N) 3 Boston U.# 2 1-7 (H) 6 MERRIMACK• 3 1-8 (A) 3 Merrimack• 6 1-12 (A) 4 Northeastern• 2 1-14 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 5 1-21 (A) 3 Boston U.• 5 1-22 (H) 1 BOSTON U.• 2 1-28 (A) 8 Providence• 3 1-29 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 5 2-4 (A) 1 Maine• 0 F 2-5 (A) 1 Maine• 0 F 2-12 (H) 2 MERRIMACK• 4 2-18 (A) 3 Boston College• 3 OT

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2-19 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE• 2 W 2-25 (H) 6 UMASS-LOWELL• 3 W 2-26 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell• 2 W 3-1 (H) 2 BOSTON U.• 5 L 3-4 (H) 3 MAINE• 1 W 3-11 (H) 4 BOSTON C. (HE) 1 W 3-12 (H) 6 BOSTON C. (HE) 5 2OT W 3-18 (N) 2 UMass-Lowell+ (HE) 4 L 3-19 (N) 4 Northeastern+ (HE) 4 OT T 3-25 (N) 2 Rensselaer* (NCAA) 0 W 3-26 (N) 1 Harvard* (NCAA) 7 L & - Great Western Freeze Out (Inglewood, Calif.) # - Sheraton-U.S. Air Classic (Burlington, Vt.) % - at Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME. + - at Boston Garden * - at Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, N.Y. 1994-95 (22-10-4, 14-6-4 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts.: Eric Flinton, Kent Schmidtke Date Site UNH OPP 10-21 (A) 2 Vermont 6 L 10-23 (A) 4 St. Lawrence 1 W 10-28 (A) 5 Air Force 2 W 10-29 (A) 8 Air Force 2 W 11-4 (H) 3 Maine%• 4 L 11-5 (A) 1 Maine• 6 L 11-11 (H) 6 Merrimack#• 5 W 11-12 (A) 4 Merrimack• 3 W 11-18 (H) 4 Boston College#• 4 OT T 11-19 (A) 11 Boston College• 1 W 11-27 (H) 3 Clarkson% 2 W 12-2 (H) 5 Providence#• 5 OT T 12-3 (A) 8 Providence• 2 W 12-7 (A) 5 Harvard 2 W 12-9 (H) 6 MASSACHUSETTS#• 3 W 12-29 (N) 3 Colgate& 2 W 12-30 (N) 4 Clarkson& 2 W 1-6 (A) 1 Boston U.• 5 L 1-8 (A) 3 Merrimack• 3 OT T 1-13 (H) 6 Northeastern#• 5 OT W 1-15 (A) 6 Massachusetts 3 W 1-20 (H) 3 UMass-Lowell#• 5 L 1-21 (A) 7 UMass-Lowell• 2 W 1-26 (H) 4 Boston U.%• 2 W 1-28 (A) 3 Boston U.• 7 L 1-31 (A) 7 Brown 2 W 2-5 (A) 7 Massachusetts• 1 W 2-10 (A) 4 Boston College• 3 W 2-11 (H) 2 UMass-Lowell#• 5 L 2-17 (H) 5 Northeastern#• 2 W 2-18 (A) 5 Northeastern• 1 W 2-24 (H) 6 Providence#• 6 OT T 3-2 (H) 3 Maine%• 2 W 3-3 (A) 3 Maine 5 L 3-9 (H) 2 Providence$ (HE) 3 OT L 3-24 (N) 2 Denver* (NCAA) 9 L # - at JFK Coliseum, Manchester, N.H. % - at Cumberland Civic Center, Portland, ME & - at Syracuse Invitational, ONCenter, Syracuse, N.Y. $ - at Conte Forum, Chestnut Hill, Mass. * - at Worcester Centrum, Worcester, Mass. 1995-96 (12-18-4, 8-12-4 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt.: Mike Sullivan Date Site UNH OPP 10-21 (A) 4 Vermont 7 10-28 (A) 5 Colgate 3 10-29 (A) 3 Union 2 11-3 (A) 4 Maine• 4 OT 11-4 (A) 3 Maine• 3 OT 11-10 (H) 6 BOSTON U.• 5 OT 11-11 (A) 7 Boston U.• 2 11-17 (H) 2 MERRIMACK• 4 11-18 (A) 2 Merrimack• 5 11-21 (H) 3 HARVARD 2 OT 11-24 (A) 3 Maine# 6 11-25 (N) 6 UMass-Lowell# 9 12-1 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 3

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10-25 (A) 4 Alaska-Anchorage 1 10-31 (A) 5 Rensselaer 4 11-4 (A) 4 Boston College• 6 11-7 (H) 1 Boston College• 4 11-8 (H) 11 Merrimack• 4 11-14 (H) 5 Boston U.• 0 11-15 (A) 2 Boston U.• 4 11-21 (H) 7 Merrimack• 6 11-22 (A) 6 Merrimack• 1 11-28 (H) 4 Lowell# 2 11-29 (H) 7 Maine# 0 12-5 (H) 6 UMass-Lowell• 2 12-6 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell• 2 12-12 (H) 4 Boston U.• 4 OT 12-27 (N) 5 Colorado College% 3 12-28 (N) 2 Miami (Ohio)% 4 12-31 (A) 6 Nebraska-Omaha 2 1-16 (A) 2 Maine• 1 1-17 (A) 5 Maine• 0 1-27 (H) 9 Boston College• 3 1-30 (A) 5 Northeastern• 2 2-1 (H) 1 Maine• 3 2-6 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS• 1 2-13 (H) 4 Providence• 2 2-14 (A) 5 Providence• 0 2-20 (H) 7 MASSACHUSETTS• 3 2-22 (A) 3 Massachusetts• 4 2-27 (A) 4 Northeastern• 5 2-28 (H) 1 Northeastern• 2 3-6 (A) 3 Providence• 2 3-7 (A) 0 UMass-Lowell• 3 3-13 (H) 2 Maine (HE) 3 2OT 3-14 (H) 3 Maine (HE) 5 3-28 (N) 7 Wisconsin$ (NCAA) 4 3-29 (N) 4 Boston U.$ (NCAA) 3 OT 4-2 (N) 0 Michigan^ (NCAA) 4 # - Governor’s Cup at Durham, N.H. % - at Denver Cup, Denver, Colorado $ - at Pepsi Arena, Albany, N.Y. ^ - at FleetCenter, Boston, Mass. 1998-99 (31-7-3, 18-3-3 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts.: Jason Krog, Steve O’Brien Date Site UNH OPP 10-17 (A) 4 Vermont 3 10-23 (H) 5 LAKE SUPERIOR STATE 2 10-24 (H) 4 MIAMI-OHIO 1 11-1 (A) 4 MASSACHUSETTS• 1 11-6 (A) 1 Providence• 6 11-7 (H) 3 PROVIDENCE• 1 11-13 (H) 2 BOSTON U.• 2 11-14 (A) 3 Boston U.• 1 11-21 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN• 2 11-27 (N) 3 Maine# 4 11-28 (N) 5 UMass-Lowell# 1 12-4 (H) 6 BOSTON COLLEGE• 1 12-5 (A) 3 Boston College• 6 12-12 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS• 2 12-13 (A) 7 Massachusetts• 2 12-21 (N) 9 Rensselaer 3 1-2 (A) 4 Colorado College 1 1-3 (A) 2 Denver## 4 1-8 (H) 4 CLARKSON 4 1-10 (H) 4 ST. LAWRENCE 2 1-14 (H) 6 MERRIMACK• 1 1-16 (A) 5 Merrimack• 1 1-20 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell• 1 1-23 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL• 1 1-29 (A) 5 Northeastern• 4 1-30 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 2 2-7 (A) 3 Maine• 4 2-12 (A) 2 Boston U.• 2 2-13 (H) 7 MERRIMACK• 1 2-19 (H) 7 NORTHEASTERN• 2 2-20 (A) 2 Boston College• 2 2-28 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL• 2 3-5 (H) 6 MAINE• 1 3-6 (H) 4 MAINE• 1 3-12 (H) 2 MERRIMACK% (HE) 2 3-13 (H) 5 MERRIMACK% (HE) 4

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3-19 (N) 6 Providence^ (HE) 2 W 3-20 (N) 4 Boston College§ (HE) 5 OT L 3-27 (N) 2 Michigan! (NCAA) 1 OT W 4-1 (N) 5 Michigan St.@ (NCAA) 3 W 4-3 (N) 2 Maine∞ (NCAA) 3 OT L • Hockey East Game # - Governor’s Cup at Lowell, Mass. ## - McNichols Arena % - Hockey East Quaraterfinals ^ - HE Semifinal at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. § - HE Championship at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. ! NCAA East Regional at Worcester Centrum; Worcester, Mass @ NCAA Semifinal at Arrowhead Pond; Anaheim, Calif. ∞ NCAA Championship at Arrowhead Pond 1999-2000 (23-9-6, 13-5-6 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts.: Mike Souza, Dan Enders Date Site UNH OPP 10-16 (H) 7 Vermont 4 W 10-22 (A) 4 Lake Superior State 3 W 10-23 (A) 5 Lake Superior State 3 W 10-29 (H) 0 Rensselaer 6 L 10-30 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell• 1 W 11-2 (A) 1 Yale 5 L 11-6 (H) 2 MASSACHUSETTS• 1 W 11-12 (H) 3 Providence• 2 OT W 11-13 (A) 2 Providence• 1 W 11-19 (H) 5 Boston U.• 5 OT T 11-20 (H) 2 Boston College• 1 OT W 11-27 (H) 2 Notre Dame 1 W 11-28 (H) 6 North Dakota 2 W 12-3 (H) 3 UMass-Lowell• 2 W 12-4 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell• 2 W 12-10 (A) 3 St. Lawrence 1 W 12-11 (A) 6 Clarkson 0 W 1-3 (H) 3 Dartmouth 2 OT W 1-7 (A) 4 Maine• 9 L 1-8 (A) 5 Maine• 4 W 1-14 (H) 4 Merrimack • 2 W 1-15 (A) 6 Merrimack• 3 W 1-21 (A) 3 Northeastern• 3 OT T 1-22 (H) 4 Northeastern 4 OT T 1-28 (H) 3 Boston U.• 3 OT T 1-29 (A) 2 Boston U.• 4 L 2-4 (H) 2 Merrimack• 2 OT T 2-6 (H) 1 Maine• 0 W 2-11 (A) 2 Northeastern• 6 L 2-12 (A) 3 Providence• 4 L 2-19 (H) 4 Boston College• 1 W 2-20 (A) 1 Boston College• 4 L 3-3 (H) 3 MASSACHUSETTS• 3 OT T 3-4 (A) 5 Massachusetts• 1 W 3-9 (H) 5 Merrimack% 2 W 3-10 (H) 3 Merrimack% 2 OT W 3-17 (N) 1 Boston College^ 2 L 3-24 (N) 1 Niagara! 4 L • Hockey East Game % - Hockey East Quarterfinals ^ - Hockey East Semifinal at FleetCenter; Boston ! NCAA West Regional at Mariucci Arena, Minneapolis 2000-2001 (21-12-6, 11-8-5 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capts.: Ty Conklin Date Site UNH OPP 10-6 (N) 2 North Dakota^ 2 OT 10-7 (N) 7 Colgate^ 3 10-14 (A) 5 Vermont 4 OT 10-20 (H) 4 Lake Superior STATE 3 10-21 (H) 7 MIAMI-OHIO 2 10-28 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL• 3 11-3 (H) 3 YALE 4 11-4 (A) 0 Massachusetts• 3 11-10 (A) 1 Providence• 3 11-11 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE• 1 11-17 (A) 2 Boston U.• 1 11-18 (A) 4 Boston College• 1

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS 3-11 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN% 0 W 3-18 (N) 5 Boston U.^ 2 W 3-19 (N) 1 Boston College& 3 L 3-26 (N) 3 Harvard! 2 W 3-27 (N) 2 Denver! 4 L * Hockey East Game $- Ice Breaker Tournament + - Great Lakes Invitational - Detroit, Mich. % - Hockey East Quarterfinals ^ - HE Semifinal at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. &- HE Championship Game, FleetCenter, Boston, Mass. ! NCAA Northeast Regional at Mullins Center in Amherst, Mass. 2005-2006 (20-13-7, 14-7-6 HE) Coach: Richard Umile Capt: Brian Yandle Date Site UNH OPP 10-14 (N) 4 Ferris State** 2 W 10-15 (A) 3 Nebraska-Omaha** 5 L 10-21 (H) 2 NORTH DAKOTA 3 L 10-22 (H) 3 NORTH DAKOTA 3 OT T 10-28 (A) 4 Massachusetts* 1 W 11-1 (H) 2 BOSTON COLLEGE* 3 L 11-4 (A) 6 Northeastern* 4 W 11-5 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN* 0 W 11-11 (A) 3 Boston University* 2 W 11-12 (H) 4 MAINE* 2 W 11-18 (H) 3 UMASS-LOWELL* 2 W 11-19 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell* 6 L 11-27 (H) 3 NORTHEASTERN* 3 OT T 11-29 (A) 0 Merrimack* 1 L 12-2 (A) 3 Vermont* 3 OT T 12-3 (A) 4 St. Lawrence 3 W 12-8 (H) 0 Harvard 1 L 12-10 (H) 4 UMASS-LOWELL* 1 W 12-30 (H) 2 NIAGARA 6 L 1-6 (H) 2 VERMONT* 1 W 1-7 (H) 2 VERMONT* 2 OT T 1-11 (A) 4 Yale 1 W 1-14 (N) 5 Dartmouth 4 W 1-20 (A) 3 Massachusetts* 1 W 1-21 (H) 3 MASSACHUSETTS* 4 L 1-27 (A) 1 Providence* 3 L 2-3 (A) 1 Maine* 4 L 2-4 (A) 7 Maine* 4 W 2-10 (H) 4 MERRIMACK* 0 W 2-11 (A) 1 Merrimack* 1 OT T 2-17 (A) 7 Boston University* 4 W 2-18 (H) 2 BOSTON UNIVERSITY*3 L 2-24 (A) 2 Providence* 2 OT T 2-25 (A) 4 PROVIDENCE* 1 W 3-2 (A) 3 Boston College* 3 OT T 3-4 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE* 2 W 3-9 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE% 0 W 3-10 (H) 2 PROVIDENCE% 1 W 3-17 (N) 2 Boston University^ 9 L 3-27 (N) 0 Michigan State! 1 L * Hockey East Game ** - *Maverick Stampede,Omaha,Neb. + -Dodge Holiday Classic at Mariucci Arena - Minneapolis, Minn. % - Hockey East Quarterfinals ^ - HE Semifinal at FleetCenter; Boston, Mass. ! NCAA Northeast Regional at Pepsi Arena in Albany N.Y.

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2006-2007 (26-11-2, 18-7-2 HE) Coach: Dick Umile Capt.: Josh Ciocco Date Site UNH OPP 10-20 (A) 4 Colorado College 3 W 10-21 (A) 7 Colorado College 2 W 10-26 (H) 2 MASSACHUSETTS* 3 L 10-28 (H) 3 YALE 4 L 11-3 (H) 6 NORTHEASTERN* 3 W 11-4 (A) 3 Northeastern* 1 W 11-10 (H) 4 BOSTON U* 4 OT T 11-12 (A) 8 Maine* 2 W 11-17 (A) 5 UMass-Lowell* 2 W 11-18 (H) 4 UMASS LOWELL* 0 W 11-22 (A) 6 Boston College* 3 W 11-25 (A) 3 Northeastern* 1 W 11-28 (H) 5 MERRIMACK* 0 W 12-3 (H) 4 VERMONT* 1 W 12-6 (A) 4 UMass-Lowell* 2 W 12-8 (H) 2 ST. LAWRENCE 0 W 12-29 (N) 2 Cornell+ 5 L 12-30 (N) 5 Western Michigan+ 2 W 1-5 (A) 7 Vermont* 1 W 1-6 (A) 2 Vermont* 1 W 1-13 (N) 4 Dartmouth 2 W 1-19 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS* 1 W 1-20 (A) 0 Massachusetts* 3 L 1-27 (H) 2 PROVIDENCE* 1 W 2-2 (A) 2 Maine* 4 L 2-3 (A) 2 Maine* 1 W 2-9 (H) 3 MERRIMACK* 1 W 2-10 (A) 4 Merrimack* 1 W 2-16 (H) 2 BOSTON U* 4 L 2-17 (A) 3 Boston U* 3 OT T 2-23 (H) 6 PROVIDENCE* 4 W 2-24 (A) 1 Providence* 7 L 3-2 (H) 1 BOSTON COLLEGE* 4 L 3-3 (A) 2 Boston College* 4 L 3-8 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE% 0 W 3-9 (H) 6 PROVIDENCE% 0 W 3-16 (N) 3 Massachusetts^ 2 OT W 3-17 (N) 2 Boston College# 5 L 3-24 (N) 1 Miami! 2 L * - Hockey East Game + - Florida Classic at Germain Arena, Estero, Fla. % - Hockey East Quarter Finals ^ - HE Semifinal at TD Bank North Garden, Boston Mass. # - HE Final at TD Bank North Garden, Boston Mass ! NCAA Northeast Regional at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester N.H.

2007-08 (25-10-3, 19-5-3 HE) Coach: Dick Umile Capt.: Matt Fornataro Date Site UNH OPP 10-19 (A) 4 Boston U* 1 W 10-26 (H) 5 COLORADO COL. 3 W 10-27 (H) 4 COLORADO COL. 2 W 11-2 (A) 7 Northeastern* 4 W 11-3 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN* 2 L 11-9 (H) 2 UMASS-LOWELL* 2 OT T 11-10 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE* 2 W 11-16 (H) 1 NORTHEASTERN* 4 L 11-17 (A) 5 Providence* 4 OT W 11-24 (H) 5 BROWN 2 W 11-30 (H) 3 UMASS-LOWELL* 2 W 12-1 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell* 3 L 12-8 (A) 1 Massachusetts* 4 L 12-16 (H) 2 MAINE* 0 W 12-28 (A) 1 North Dakota 3 L 12-29 (A) 7 North Dakota 4 W 1-4 (A) 1 Merrimack* 0 W 1-6 (H) 5 ST. LAWRENCE 6 L 1-11 (A) 3 Massachusetts* 2 W 1-12 (H) 5 MASSACHUSETTS* 3 W 1-19 (N) 3 Dartmouth 5 L 1-25 (H) 4 BOSTON U* 2 W 1-26 (A) 5 Boston U* 3 W 2-1 (A) 5 Vermont* 1 W 2-8 (A) 3 Maine* 2 W 2-9 (A) 4 Maine* 1 W 2-15 (A) 1 Providence* 1 OT T 2-16 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE* 3 W 2-22 (A) 2 Boston College* 0 W 2-23 (H) 5 BOSTON COLLEGE* 1 W 2-29 (H) 2 MERRIMACK* 1 W 3-1 (A) 1 Merrimack* 1 OT T 3-7 (H) 3 VERMONT* 1 W 3-8 (H) 3 VERMONT* 4 L 3-14 (H) 4 MASSACHUSETTS% 1 W 3-15 (H) 7 MASSACHUSETTS% 2 W 3-21 (N) 4 Boston College^ 5 3OT L 3-28 (N) 3 Notre Dame! 7 L * - Hockey East Game % - Hockey East Quarter Finals ^ - HE Semifinal at TD Bank North Garden, Boston Mass. ! NCAA West Regional at Colorado Springs World Arena; Colorado Springs, Colo.

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE 2008-09 (20-13-5, 15-8-4 HE) Coach: Dick Umile Capts.: Joe Charlebois, Greg Collins Date Site UNH OPP RES 10-11 (H) 5 WISCONSIN 1 W 10-17 (H) 1 RENSSELAER 0 W 10-19 (H) 2 BOSTON U* 1 W 10-24 (H) 1 MASSACHUSETTS* 1 OT T 10-26 (A) 1 St. Lawrence 4 L 10-31 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN* 2 W 11-1 (A) 2 Northeastern* 2 OT T 11-7 (A) 2 Minnesota 2 OT T 11-8 (A) 2 Minnesota 6 L 11-14 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell* 8 L 11-15 (A) 6 Boston College* 8 L 11-21 (A) 2 Northeastern* 3 L 11-22 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE* 3 W 11-29 (H) 3 MERRIMACK* 4 L 12-5 (A) 2 UMass-Lowell* 0 W 12-6 (H) 3 UMASS-LOWELL* 2 W 12-11 (H) 9 HOLY CROSS 4 W 1-4 (A) 5 Maine* 4 W 1-9 (A) 2 Massachusetts* 2 OT T 1-10 (H) 3 MASSACHUSETTS* 2 OT W 1-17 (N) 6 Dartmouth 4 W 1-23 (A) 0 Boston U* 5 L 1-24 (H) 1 BOSTON U* 3 L 1-30 (H) 3 VERMONT* 2 W 2-6 (H) 4 MAINE* 1 W 2-7 (H) 0 MAINE (VWA)* 1 L 2-13 (H) 4 PROVIDENCE* 4 OT T 2-14 (A) 4 Providence* 2 W 2-20 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE* 2 W 2-21 (A) 4 Boston College* 2 W 2-27 (A) 4 Merrimack* 3 W 2-28 (H) 1 MERRIMACK* 0 W 3-6 (A) 4 Vermont* 6 L 3-7 (A) 6 Vermont* 5 W 3-13 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE% 5 L 3-14 (H) 0 BOSTON COLLEGE% 1 L 3-28 (N) 6 North Dakota# 5 OT W 3-29 (N) 1 Boston U.# 2 L * - Hockey East Game % - Hockey East Quarterfinals # - NCAA Northeast Regional at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester N.H.

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2009-10 (18-14-7, 15-6-6 HE) Coach: Dick Umile Capt: Bobby Butler, Peter LeBlanc Date Site UNH OPP 10-10 (A) 1 Rensselaer 3 L 10-16 (H) 3 MIAMI 6 L 10-17 (H) 5 MIAMI 5 OT T 10-23 (H) 4 NORTHEASTERN* 2 W 10-24 (H) 5 MAINE* 2 W 10-30 (A) 1 Wisconsin 4 L 10-31 (A) 1 Wisconsin 6 L 11-6 (H) 4 BOSTON COLLEGE* 4 OT T 11-8 (A) 3 UMass-Lowell* 6 L 11-13 (A) 3 Massachusetts* 4 OT L 11-14 (A) 4 Massachusetts* 2 W 11-20 (H) 4 BOSTON U* 2 W 11-21 (A) 3 Boston U* 3 OT T 11-28 (A) 5 Merrimack* 4 W 12-4 (H) 2 UMASS-LOWELL* 1 W 12-6 (A) 5 Vermont* 2 W 12-11 (A) 4 Providence 3 W 1-3 (H) 2 CORNELL 5 L 1-8 (H) 2 UMASS-LOWELL* 2 OT T 1-9 (H) 7 MASSACHUSETTS* 2 W 1-16 (N) 5 Dartmouth 2 W 1-22 (A) 3 Providence* 2 OT W 1-23 (A) 4 Boston U* 1 W 1-29 (A) 2 Merrimack* 3 L 1-30 (H) 4 MERRIMACK* 3 OT W 2-5 (A) 2 Maine* 3 L 2-6 (A) 3 Maine* 6 L 2-12 (H) 5 PROVIDENCE 2 W 2-19 (H) 5 VERMONT* 4 OT W 2-20 (H) 3 VERMONT* 3 OT T 2-26 (A) 4 Northeastern* 4 OT T 2-27 (H) 3 NOTHEASTERN 1 W 3-5 (H) 3 BOSTON COLLEGE* 3 OT T 3-6 (A) 2 Boston College 3 L 3-12 (H) 7 VERMONT% 4 W 3-13 (H) 0 VERMONT% 1 L 3-14 (H) 0 VERMONT% 1 OT L 3-26 (N) 6 Cornell! 2 W 3-27 (N) 2 RIT! 6 L * - Hockey East Game % - Hockey East Quarterfinals ! - NCAA East Regional at TImes Union Center in Albany, N.Y.

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Perhaps the most storied player in Wildcat history, Jason Krog was the program’s first and only winner of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award in 1999. The Hobey Baker Memorial Award is presented to the most outstanding college hockey player in the nation, both on and off the ice. Krog’s on-ice performance of 34 goals and 51 assists for 85 points turned into a series of post-season honors including the unanimous Hockey East Player of the Year and the New England Hockey Writers’ Player of the Year; and spots on the First Team All-Hockey East, All-New England Team, All-Hockey East Tournament Team and the Frozen Four All-Tournament Team. He still ranks first in program history in assists (144) and second in points (238).

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Coach of the Year Richard Umile 1991,1997,1999, 2002, 2007,2010

Player of the Year Bobby Butler..............................................................2010 Kevin Regan...............................................................2008 Steve Saviano............................................................2004 Mike Ayers..................................................................2003 Darren Haydar...........................................................2002 Ty Conklin...................................................................2000 Jason Krog..................................................................1999

Rookie of the Year Sean Collins................................................................2002 Darren Haydar...........................................................1999 Mark Mowers.............................................................1995 Jeff Levy .....................................................................1991

Tournament MVP Darren Haydar...........................................................2002

All-Hockey East Eric Boguniecki.........................................................1997 Rob Donovan............................................................1993 Eric Flinton..................................................................1995 Todd Hall.....................................................................1996 Jason Krog..................................................................1997 Jeff Levy.......................................................................1991 Scott Malone.............................................................1994 Scott Morrow.............................................................1992 Mark Mowers................................................. 1996, 1997 Tim Murray.................................................................1997 All-Hockey East First Team Mike Ayers..................................................................2003 Bobby Butler..............................................................2010 Ty Conklin....................................................... 2000, 2001 Brad Flaishans...........................................................2008 Jayme Filipowicz......................................................1999 Brian Foster................................................................2010 Lanny Gare.................................................................2003 Darren Haydar...........................................................2002 Colin Hemingway....................................................2002 Blake Kessel................................................ 2010 Jason Krog...................................................... 1998, 1999 Mike Radja..................................................................2008 Kevin Regan...............................................................2008 Steve Saviano............................................................2004 Trevor Smith..............................................................2007 All-Hockey East Second Team Mike Ayers..................................................................2002 Derek Bekar................................................................1998 Sean Collins................................................................2005 Ty Conklin...................................................................1999 Matt Fornataro..........................................................2008 Darren Haydar............................................... 1999, 2000 Colin Hemingway....................................................2003 Mark Mowers.............................................................1998 Chris Murray...............................................................2007 Mike Souza.................................................................2000 Garrett Stafford.........................................................2002 Craig Switzer..............................................................2008 James van Riemsdyk...............................................2009

All-ECAC Second Team (Cont.) Bob Gould...................................................................1979 Norm Lacombe.........................................................1983 Rick Metzer.................................................................1969 Greg Moffett..............................................................1979 Cap Raeder.................................................................1974

Best Defensive Forward John Sadowski..........................................................2000 Preston Callander.....................................................2005

Goaltending Champion Mike Ayers (1.79)......................................................2002 Ty Conklin (1.84).......................................................2001 Kevin Regan (1.83)...................................................2008

ITECH Three Stars Champion Colin Hemingway....................................................2002 Scoring Champion Bobby Butler (41 points).......................................2010 Darren Haydar (42 points)....................................2002 Jason Krog (53 points)............................................1999

ECAC Player of the Year Ralph Cox....................................................................1979

ECAC Rookie of the Year Norm Lacombe.........................................................1982 Bob Miller....................................................................1975

ECAC All-Tournament Second Team Bob Smith...................................................................1972 Guy Smith...................................................................1972

All-ECAC First Team Andy Brickley.............................................................1982 Gordie Clark........................................1972, 1973, 1974 Ralph Cox........................................................ 1978, 1979 Jamie Hislop................................................... 1975, 1976 Bob Miller....................................................................1977 Guy Smith...................................................................1972

ECAC Tournament MVP Greg Moffett..............................................................1979

Len Ceglarski Sportsmanship Award Joe Flanagan..............................................................1992 Todd Hall.....................................................................1996 Steve Saviano............................................................2004

All-ECAC Second Team Tim Burke........................................................ 1976, 1977 Brian Byrnes...............................................................1984 Cliff Cox........................................................................1976 Bruce Gillies................................................................1984

Hockey East Team Sportsmanship Award New Hampshire...............................1994-95, 1995-96, . ..................................1998-99, 1999-2000, 2009-2010

Hockey East Turfer Athletic Award Alan Thompson........................................................2009

All-Hockey East Second Team (Cont.) Daniel Winnik............................................................2006 Brian Yandle................................................... 2005, 2006

Hockey East Honorable Mention Preston Callander.....................................................2005 Brad Flaishans...........................................................2007 Jayme Filipowicz......................................................1998 Matt Fornataro..........................................................2007 Brian Foster................................................................2009 Darren Haydar...........................................................2001 Brett Hemingway.....................................................2006 Sean Matile..................................................... 1998, 1999 Jacob Micflikier.........................................................2005 Mick Mounsey...........................................................2002 Tom Nolan..................................................................1998 Steve O’Brien.............................................................1999 Mike Radja..................................................................2007 Kevin Regan...............................................................2007 Mike Souza.................................................................1999 Brian Yandle...............................................................2004

Spencer Penrose Award Charlie Holt.................................................... 1969, 1979 Richard Umile............................................................1999

Walter Brown Award Mike Ayers................................................................................2003 Bobby Butler...........................................................................2010 Ty Conklin.................................................................................2001 Ralph Cox.................................................................................1979 Bob Miller.................................................................................1977 Kevin Regan.............................................................................2008 Steve Saviano..........................................................................2004 New England Coach of the Year (Clark Hodder Award) Rube Bjorkman.......................................................................1968 Charlie Holt.................................................................. 1977, 1979 Bob Kullen................................................................................1990 Dick Umile................................ 1991,1999,2002, 2008 New England Player of the Year (Leonard Fowle Award) Bobby Butler...........................................................................2010 Gordie Clark.............................................................................1974 Ralph Cox.................................................................................1979 Darren Haydar........................................................................2002 Jason Krog................................................................................1999 Kevin Regan.............................................................................2008 New England Unsung Hero Sean Coady....................................................................... 1977-78

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All-Rookie Team Derek Bekar................................................................1996 Eric Boguniecki ........................................................1994 Sean Collins................................................................2002 Ty Conklin ..................................................................1999 Darren Haydar . ........................................................1999 Brett Hemingway.....................................................2004 Steve Leach ...............................................................1985 Jeff Levy .....................................................................1991 Sean Matile ...............................................................1997 Mark Mowers . ..........................................................1995 Pat Morrison ............................................................1988 Tim Murray ................................................................1994 Kevin Regan...............................................................2005 Mike Souza ................................................................1997 James van Riemsdyk...............................................2008 Chris Winnes ............................................................1988

All-New England Honors New England Most Improved Player (Paul Hines Award) Tim Burke.................................................................................1976 Colin Hemingway..................................................................2002 Jason Krog................................................................................1997 Todd Pearson..........................................................................1982 All-New England Mike Ayers................................................................................2003 Andy Brickley..........................................................................1982 Bobby Butler...........................................................................2010 Gordie Clark.............................................................................1974 Sean Collins.............................................................................2005 Ty Conklin.................................................................................1999 Ralph Cox..................................................................... 1978, 1979 Jayme Filipowicz....................................................................1999 Eric Flinton...............................................................................1995 Brad Flaishans.........................................................................2008 Matt Fornataro.......................................................................2008 Brian Foster..............................................................................2010 Darren Haydar........................................................................2002 Colin Hemingway...................................................... 2002, 2003 Lanny Gare...............................................................................2003 Bob Gould................................................................................1979 Jamie Hislop............................................................................1976 Blake Kessel...........................................................2010 Jason Krog.................................................................... 1998, 1999

Old Time Hockey Best Defenseman Award Steve O’Brien.............................................................1999 Joe Charlebois...........................................................2008

Hockey East All-Tournament Team Domenic Amodeo .................................................1992 Eric Boguniecki ........................................................1994 Bobby Butler..............................................................2008 Preston Callander.....................................................2005 Jayme Filipowicz......................................................1999 Darren Haydar...........................................................2002 Colin Hemingway....................................................2002 Jason Krog..................................................................1999 Jeff Levy .....................................................................1992 Jacob Micflikier.........................................................2006 Mark Mowers . ..........................................................1997 Chris Murray...............................................................2007 Steve Saviano............................................................2003 Garrett Stafford............................................. 2002, 2003 Daniel Winnik............................................................2005 Brian Yandle...............................................................2005

All-New England (Cont.) Jeff Levy....................................................................................1992 Greg Moffett............................................................................1979 Mark Mowers..........................................................................1998 Tom Nolan................................................................................1998 Mike Radja...............................................................................2008 Kevin Regan.............................................................................2008 Steve Saviano..........................................................................2004 Trevor Smith............................................................................2007 James van Riemsdyk............................................................2009 Daniel Winnik..........................................................................2006 Brian Yandle................................................................ 2005, 2006 New England Rookie of the Year (George Carens Award) Sean Collins.............................................................................2002 Darren Haydar........................................................................1999 Norm Lacombe......................................................................1982 Bob Miller.................................................................................1975 Mark Mowers..........................................................................1995 New England Outstanding Forward (Herb Gallagher Award) Andy Brickley..........................................................................1982 Bobby Butler...........................................................................2010 Gordie Clark.............................................................................1974 Sean Collins.............................................................................2005 Darren Haydar........................................................................2002 Jamie Hislop............................................................................1976 Jason Krog................................................................................1999 Steve Saviano..........................................................................2004 Bobby Butler...........................................................................2010

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All-TIme Wildcat Captains Year 1924-1925 1925-1926 1926-1927 1927-1928 1928-1929 1929-1930 1930-1931 1931-1932 1932-1933 1933-1934 1934-1935 1935-1936 1936-1937 1937-1938 1938-1939 1939-1940 1940-1941 1941-1942 1942-1943 1946-1947 1947-1948 1948-1949 1949-1950 1950-1951 1951-1952 1952-1953 1953-1954 1954-1955 1955-1956 1956-1957 1957-1958 1958-1959 1959-1960 1960-1961 1961-1962 1962-1963 1963-1964 1964-1965 1965-1966 1966-1967 1967-1968 1968-1969 1969-1970 1970-1971 1971-1972 1972-1973 1973-1974 1974-1975

Captain William Sayward Frederic Fudge Warren Percival Roland Chandler Alvin Reinhart Donald McFarland George Colburn David Wark Theodore Nowak George Bacheller Charles Grocott James Steffy Fred Schipper William Facey Herbert Merrill Russell Martin Maurice Fournier Raymond Patten Warren Davison Jack Wentzell Paul Nugent No Captain Donald Perkins William Forbes Robert Keith George Sleeth Walter Fournier George Healy John Simpson Robert Houley Willard Payson William Johnston Monty Childs William Johnston Ed Githens Douglas Cowie Douglas Cowie Leo Kravchuk Albert Brodeur Sylvester Clegg George Frigard Raymond March Rod Blackburn Ken McKinnon Ed Mullen Sam Nichols Dick Lamontagne Clarence Littell John Gilday Brad Houston Robert Walsh Graham Bruder Graham Bruder Ryan Brandt Allan Clark Louis Frigon Dick Umile Bill Beaney Gordie Clark Mike Burkart

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Ray March (1959-1960)

Louis Frigon (1970-1971)

1975-1976 1976-1977 1977-1978 1978-1979 1979-1980 1980-1981 1981-1982 1982-1983 1983-1984 1984-1985 1985-1986 1986-1987 1987-1988 1988-1989 1989-1990 1990-1991 1991-1992 1992-1993 1993-1994 1994-1995 1995-1996 1996-1997 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011

Jamie Hislop Barry Edgar Jon Fontas Bob Gould Bob Francis Dana Barbin Sean Coady Ed Olsen Dan Forget Paul Barton Ken Chisolm Scott Ellison Dwayne Robinson Ralph Robinson Peter Herms James Richmond James Richmond Tim Hanley Rick Lambert Tim Shields Chris Grassie Riel Bellegarde David MacIntyre Savo Mitrovic Kevin Thomson Bob Chebator Eric Flinton Kent Schmidtke Mike Sullivan Eric Boguniecki Tim Murray Mark Mowers Jason Krog Steve O’Brien Mike Souza Dan Enders Ty Conklin Darren Haydar Patrick Foley Patrick Foley Steve Saviano Justin Aikins Preston Callander Tyson Teplitsky Brian Yandle Josh Ciocco Matt Fornataro Joe Charlebois Greg Collins Bobby Butler Peter LeBlanc Mike Sislo

Bob Gould (1978-1979)

Savo Mitrovic (1991-1992)

Darren Haydar (2001-2002)

Patrick Foley (2002-2004)

Jon Fontas (1977-1978) Bobby Butler (2009-2010)

Mike Sislo (2010-2011)

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE January 19, 1925 – UNH plays first intercollegiate hockey game as part of a three day Bates/Colby “Winter Frolic” in Lewiston, ME. They defeat Bates 2-1 and follow it up the next day with a 5-0 shutout of Colby. February 6, 1926 – UNH plays its first home game, behind New Hampshire Hall, defeating Colby 4-2. February 13, 1928 – Ray Patten scores a record setting six goals in the midst of a 19-2 rout of St. Anselm’s College. The 19 goals is a scoring record that still stands, while the 17 goal margin of victory held up for almost 30 years. Patten’s performance has been matched twice since. February 2, 1929 – Ed Hunt blanks UMass-Amherst 1-0. It is Hunt’s third shutout in five days, a stretch that sees the Wildcats score only two goals, as they sandwiched 1-0 victories over Bates and UMass around a 0-0 tie against Amherst College. Although matched four times since, Hunt’s record has never been broken. January 25, 1941 – Donald Perkins scores 10 seconds into the game and UNH goes on to shut out Springfield College, 10-0. It is the fastest goal to start a game in UNH history, a feat later duplicated by Bob Brandt (vs. Dartmouth 12/4/68) and Glenn Hunter (@ Clarkson 1/25/75). January 12, 1943 – UNH is defeated by Harvard 13-2. With war raging on several fronts around the world and all able-bodied men volunteering for duty, it is the last hockey game to be played by the Wildcats for four years. January 12, 1947 – Hockey returns to UNH as they defeat host Bowdoin College, 5-3. The Wildcats finish the season 5-1 under the direction of Anthony Dougal.

March 23, 1961 – Senior goalie Rod Blackburn is UNH’s first AllAmerican as named by the American Association of Hockey Coaches. The Wildcat captain averaged over 42 saves per game and twice made over 60 saves in a game during the season. Despite being peppered with nearly 50 shots a game, he finished the year with a 2.98 goals against average and 90% + save percentage. April 15, 1964 – “Whoop” Snively dies suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 65 that same day the University announces that an indoor hockey rink, with a total seating capacity of 3,600, will be built at a cost of $400,000-$500,000. Athletic Director James Long states that, with the building of the new arena, “UNH will attract better players and that there will be more interest shown both in hockey and general ice skating by the student body.” Long conjectures that “hockey will quite possibly become the most popular indoor sport at UNH.” A few days later it is announced that the facility will be named for the recently deceased coach, and with it, “Lively Snively” is born. February 13, 1965 – After playing its first 11 games of the season on the road, UNH opens Snively Arena with a 4-3 overtime loss to Norwich University. Defenseman Brad Houston scores the first Snively goal for the Wildcats. The arena is formally dedicated on Feb. 20th, with a 5-1 victory over UMass-Amherst. March 3, 1965 – Colin Clark sets a UNH record for most saves in a game, 65, with 25 in the first period alone, as the Wildcats are shut out by Boston University, 8-0. February 16, 1966 – Dude Thorn scores three against Northeastern in a 5-1 victory. It is the seventh hat trick of the season for Thorn and the ninth of his career. He becomes the Wildcats’ second 100-point scorer.

February 12, 1955 – The Harry C. Batchelder Rink is dedicated and remains the skating surface for UNH Hockey for over 40 years, until the Whittemore Center opens in November 1995.

November 29, 1967 – UNH defeats Colgate, 4-2, for their first win as a member of Division 1 of the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC).

March 3, 1958 – Goalie John “Bozo” Kennedy is awarded the first Roger A. LeClerc Trophy as a team MVP. February 23, 1960 – Co-captain Ray March tallies five points against Norwich to become the first 100-point scorer in UNH history. No other Wildcat reaches the century mark until Dude Thorn does it in 1966. February 11, 1961 – Co-captain Ken McKinnon scores six against the University of Connecticut in a 10-4 win, tying the record also held by Ray Patten and Karl Adams. February 7, 1962 – UNH routs Amherst College 13-0 as Doug Dunning records his fourth shutout of the season, tying the record held by Ed Hunt and William Wilson. Dunning had previously shut out Connecticut by the same 13-0 score on January 9th.

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UNHHockey TraditionContinues

March 1968 – In his final season as Head Coach, Rube Bjorkman is named New England College Hockey Coach of the year. In his four years at UNH, he guided the transition from ECAC Division II to Division I. December 28 & 29, 1968 – The Wildcats shock Michigan Tech (7-0) and Michigan State (4-3) to take the Great Lakes Invitational in Detroit. Goalie Larry Smith is named the MVP of the tournament as he turns aside 39 shots by the Spartans in the final. September, 1968 — A 19-year-old Umile arrives at UNH after a stellar four-year high school career at Melrose High School and a year at New Prep in Cambridge, Mass. November 27, 1969 — With freshmen prohibited from playing varsity hockey, Umile plays his first varsity game against Minnesota-Duluth and scores his first career goal :07 into the second period. Although the Wildcats lose 7-5, Umile finishes his debut with two goals and an assist.

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UNHHockey TraditionContinues March 4, 1970 – Sophomore forward Dick Umile accepts the Roger A. LeClerc Trophy as the team’s Most Valuable Player from UNH Trustee Buck Buchanan. February 27, 1971 – Louis Frigon has a hat trick and seven assists as UNH routs Colgate, 15-7. The seven assists and 10 points in the game still stand as UNH records. While at UNH he set single season records for goals, assists and points. January 15, 1972 – With an overtime goal by Guy Smith, UNH upsets #1 in the nation Harvard, which had Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna in goal, 3-2. 1971-72 — Umile captains UNH to a 20-10 record and a berth in the ECAC Tournament. Umile finishes his career with 60 goals and 84 assists for 144 points. September 1972 – The Friends of UNH Hockey is founded. From its humble beginnings, it has become the largest college hockey booster club in the East.

March 1977 – For the third time in four years, UNH has two players named to the All-American team. Bob Miller, who was ECAC Rookie of the Year in 1975 and a member of the U.S. Olympic team in 1976, finished second in league scoring. His 59 assists and 89 points still stand as UNH individual records. January 30, 1978 – Junior Bob Gould scores a goal in his 12th consecutive game, a UNH record that still stands, in a 10-0 win over Bowdoin. February 15, 17, & 18, 1978 – Captain Jon Fontas scores all 12 goals in three games, all on the road. After notching a hat trick against Providence, two nights later he scores four at Clarkson and then tops it off the next afternoon by getting five against Colgate. His four in one period against the Red Raiders still remains the UNH record. February 2, 1979 – Ralph Cox pours in four goals in a 6-4 victory at Clarkson. Cox, from Braintree, MA, goes on to become UNH’s all-time leading scorer with 243 points. He was the first player in UNH history to score more than 100 goals in his career (127), the only 40-goal scorer in UNH history, having done it twice (1977-78 and 1978-79), and is the only Wildcat to amass at least 70 points in three consecutive years. Cox is named All-American for the second straight year. March 6, 1979 – Freshman Dan MacPherson scores a UNH playoff record four goals as the Wildcats rout Yale, 9-2, in the ECAC quarterfinals.

March 1974 – Gordie Clark and Cap Raeder are named First-Team All-American by the American College Hockey Association. It is the first time that two Wildcats are named All-Americans in the same season.

March 10, 1979 – After defeating Cornell 5-2 in the semifinals, UNH edges in-state rival Dartmouth 3-2 to win the ECAC Championship. Captain Bob Gould scores at 17:17 of the third period to give the Wildcats what turns out to be their first and only league title. Goalie Greg Moffett is named tournament MVP.

February 18, 1975 – Jamie Hislop scores twice in a 7-0 win over UMass-Amherst. It is the 31st straight game, dating back over a year to 2/15/74, in which Hislop has tallied at least one point. The record still stands. March 2, 1976 – Jamie Hislop sets a UNH record with a goal and five assists in the first period of a 9-7 win over RPI. January 20, 1977 – The Wildcats score a record three goals in 38 seconds during a 14-5 rout of St. Lawrence. The 1976-1977 edition of the Wildcats goes on to be the highest scoring team in the school’s history with the most goals (245) and assists (421). March 8 & 11, 1977 – Dave Lumley’s goal at 5:31 of overtime gives UNH a 4-3 ECAC quarterfinal victory over Brown and their first trip to Boston for the semifinals in five years. Three days later Bob Gould scores at 19 seconds of the second overtime to give the ‘Cats a shock-

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ing 10-9, come-from-behind win over Cornell. The win earns the Wildcats their first trip to the ECAC finals, where they bow to Boston University 8-6 in another shootout.

November 9, 1979 – Facemasks come to college hockey, but the requirement is only for Eastern teams. UNH visits Ohio State, which is maskless, and fights break out. The Wildcats wind up forfeiting two games to the Buckeyes. It’s an inauspicious start to the first losing season in Charlie Holt’s career. July 11, 1983 – The athletic directors of UNH, Providence College, Boston College, Boston University and Northeastern announce the formation of a new “super college hockey league” to be called Hockey East. Created in order to provide “a better brand of college hockey for our fans,” the league soon includes UMass-Lowell and Maine. An interlocking schedule with the Western Collegiate Association.(WCHA) is planned, with play to begin in the 1984-85 season.With the later addition of Merrimack (1989), Massachusetts (1993) and Vermont (2004) the league now has 10 members. December 7, 1984 – UNH defeats Michigan Tech 8-2 for its first victory as a member of Hockey East.

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January 12, 1985 – The Wildcats edge Northern Michigan 6-5 for Charlie Holt’s 400th career win. March 1, 1986 – Charlie Holt, who had announced his retirement after 18 years as head coach of the Wildcats, wins his last game at Snively Arena, 7-4, over UMass-Lowell. On “Hats Off to Charlie Night,” Mike Rossetti notches a hat trick. Prompting the capacity crowd to throw their replicas of Charlie’s fedora onto the ice. Described as an innovator, visionary and “way ahead of his time” by a countless number of his former players and fellow coaches, Holt retires as a three-time winner of the Spencer T. Penrose Award as the nation’s outstanding college hockey coach. He has been an inspiration to dozens of his former players who have gone into the coaching ranks, including former NHL coach Bob Francis (Phoenix Coyotes) and college coaches Bruce Crowder (Northeastern), Joe Marsh (St. Lawrence), Mike McShane (Norwich), Bill Beaney (Middlebury) and UNH’s own Dick Umile. The legendary one finished his coaching career with 412 wins and in 1997 was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. April 1986 – Bob Kullen is elevated to the head hockey coach position. Within a year he develops a serious heart condition, which eventually requires a transplant. He misses the entire 1987-88 season and, although he is able to return to coaching the following two seasons, he never fully regains his health. Dick Umile began his UNH coaching career as an assistant to Kullen and describes him as “one of the great young coaches in the league. He coached in the style of Charlie Holt. Bob Kullen loved the game of hockey, he was a great teacher and a class guy.” 1988-89 — Umile returns to his alma matter and serves as an assistant coach under Head Coach Bob Kullen. March 4, 1990 – Down by two with 11 minutes to go, UNH scores five straight goals to defeat Providence College, 7-4, in the third game of a best of three quarterfinal series. Sophomore Domenic Amodeo’s goal is the game winner. The victory secures the Wildcats’ first trip to the Hockey East semifinals and is the last win of Bob Kullen’s career.

UNHHockey TraditionContinues November 3, 1990 — While the Wildcats are out in Colorado for a two-game series with Air Force, Kullen passes away in Durham at the age of 41. November 28, 1990 — Umile earns his first Hockey East victory with a 7-3 win over Lowell at Snively Arena. December 9, 1990 — The day after UNH posts a 5-4 victory over Boston College, and with UNH holding a 12-3 record, Umile is officially named the new head coach. The Wildcats finish the year 22-11-2 and 10-9-2 in Hockey East. March 8, 1991 — Umile earns his first of five Hockey East Coach of the Year awards. Freshman goaltender Jeff Levy is named Hockey East Rookie of the Year. The awards are the first Hockey East postseason honors for the Wildcats. October, November 1991 — Umile guides the Wildcats to an 8-0 start for the 1991-92 season which begins UNH’s bid for a berth in the Hockey East Championships. November 23, 1991 – Down 4-3, UNH scores four goals during a five-minute power play and skates off with a 7-4 victory over Boston University at Snively Arena. March 12, 1992 – Captain Savo Mitrovic scores the game’s wining goal with 3:38 left in the third period and UNH goes on to defeat Providence College 5-3 to reach the Hockey East finals for the first time. The win guarantees the Wildcats a bid to NCAA tournament for the first time in nine years.

October 9, 1990 — With Kullen weak from complications due to a heart transplant, Umile is named interim head coach and takes over the day-to-day operations of the program.

March 26, 1992 — The Wildcats earn their first NCAA bid under Umile’s tenure and the first berth in the national tournament since the 1982-83 season. Against Wisconsin, UNH and Scott Morrow strike first but the 1-0 lead could not hold up as the Badgers take a 4-2 win. Despite the loss, the 1991-92 season begins a stretch of nine national tournament berths in 12 years.

October 26, 1990 — Umile earns his first UNH win with a 5-4 victory at Vermont.

November 20, 1992 — Umile registers his 50th career victory with a 9-6 win at Boston College.

November, 1990 – After serving on an interim basis in place of Bob Kullen, Dick Umile is named Head Coach of the Wildcats.

March 19, 1993 — UNH reaches its second straight Hockey East Championship at the Boston Garden after defeating Merrimack in the quarterfinals. Boston University keeps the Wildcats from reaching their second straight title game with a 2-0 win.

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UNHHockey TraditionContinues April 1993 – President Dale Nietzche announces plans to build a 6,000 seat multi-purpose arena and convert Snively Arena into a recreational facility for students. The entire complex is eventually named for UNH Trustee and benefactor Fred Whittemore and the rink after Robert Towse (’63), benefactor and former Wildcat hockey player. March 12, 1994 — In the final game ever to be played at Snively Arena, Umile guides the Wildcats to a 6-5, double overtime victory over Boston College in the Hockey East quarterfinals. Eric Boguniecki breaks the deadlock at 10:28. It marks the second longest game in UNH history. March 25, 1994 – Trent Cavicchi and the Wildcats overcome RPI and a partisan crowd to defeat the Engineers 2-0 in the NCAA Regional at Albany, NY. It is the only shutout by UNH in an NCAA tournament game and Umile’s first NCAA Tournament victory. January 13, 1995 — Umile earns his 100th career victory with a 6-5 overtime win at JFK Coliseum in Manchester — UNH’s home away from home as the Whittemore Center is constructed. March 24, 1995 — Despite playing on the road the entire season as UNH’s Whittemore Center is constructed, Umile manages to guide his squad to yet another 20-win season and a third NCAA Tournament in his fourth year as head coach. November 10, 1995 — In front of a standing-room-only crowd of 6,110, Umile and the Wildcats celebrate the grand opening of the Whittemore Center with a 6-5 overtime win against defending national champion Boston University. December 27 & 28, 1996 – In the opening round of the Badger Showdown Classic in Milwaukee, UNH comes from behind to defeat host Wisconsin, 9-7, for their first win against the Badgers in 13 meetings. The next night the Wildcats take the tournament by edging Colorado College 4-3 for their 14th consecutive victory, a school record. March 8, 1997 — Umile suffers a heart attack in the early morning hours. He undergoes surgery and misses UNH’s next three games. Assistant Coach Chris Serino takes over the head coaching duties in Umile’s absence. March, 1997 — UNH shares the Hockey East regular season title with Boston University. It is the first time in school history that the Wildcats are crowned league champions. March 13, 1997 — Umile earns his second Hockey East Coach of the Year Award. March 14-15, 1997 — With Umile still sidelined following surgery, a sparked Wildcat squad shuts out Boston College 4-0 in the Hockey East semifinals. UNH reaches the championship game for the sec-

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ond time under Umile, but falls short with a 4-2 loss to BU. March 21, 1997 — UNH earns the No. 4 seed in the NCAA East Regional but is upset by Colorado College 3-2 in the opening round. October 18, 1997 — Umile earns career victory No. 150 with a 5-1 win against Vermont at the Whittemore Center. February 14, 1998 — Umile earns his 100th Hockey East victory with a 5-0 shutout of Providence at Schneider Arena. In the same game, goaltender Sean Matile sets a new school and Hockey East record for career shutouts. March 19, 1998 — UNH’s Mark Mowers and Jason Krog are named Hobey Baker finalists. It is the first time in school history that a Wildcat is named to the prestigious list of college hockey’s elite. March 28, 1998 — UNH is awarded a No. 5 seed in the NCAA East Regional in Albany N.Y. In the opening game of the tournament, UNH plays Wisconsin and falls behind 3-1. UNH rattles off six straight goals to defeat the Badgers 7-4. March 29, 1998 — A heavy underdog, UNH takes on No. 1 seed Boston University in the NCAA East Regional final. The Wildcats come back to tie it up 2-2 late in the second period and head into overtime, but things look bleak as BU goes on a powerplay midway through the overtime period. Mark Mowers, however, provides UNH with “The Goal” when he took a perfect pass from Mike Souza at 10:49 to give UNH a 4-3 victory. The win propels the Wildcats to their first Frozen Four appearance since 1982. April 2, 1998 — Playing at the FleetCenter in Boston, UNH takes to the ice for the national championship semifinals against powerhouse Michigan. Despite losing to the eventual national champions, UNH gains valuable experience for the 1998-99 season. April 3, 1998 — Mark Mowers is named a first-team All-America selection and becomes the first Umile-coached player to earn the honor. Mowers, regarded as one of the best players ever to wear the Blue and White, finishes his career with 85 goals and 112 assists for 197 points. April 14, 1998 — Junior Jason Krog is named captain of the Wildcats along with assistant captains Derek Bekar and Steve O’Brien. After the departure of Bekar to a pro contract in the summer, O’Brien is promoted to co-captain — and the foundation for the 1998-99 season is built. November 13, 1998 — Umile decides to combine the skills of Jason Krog, Mike Souza and little-known freshman Darren Haydar on UNH’s top line. The result becomes the best line in college hockey as the trio combines for 88 goals and 123 assists for 211 points on the year.

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE March 5, 1999 — It was billed as THE showdown. Maine at UNH with the Hockey East regular season championship on the line. UNH needed to win both contests to win its first outright league title. Another standingroom-only crowd arrived at the Whittemore Center more than three hours before game time and they were not disappointed. In the opening night UNH jumped out to a 5-0 lead on the Black Bears and never looked back, winning 6-1. The stage was set for a championship final. March 6, 1999 — In the winner-take-all regular season finale, UNH and Maine were deadlocked at 1-1 after the first period. But in the second period it’s all UNH — and all Jason Krog — as the nation’s leading point scorer tallies back-to-back goals to lead UNH to a 4-1 victory and its first ever outright Hockey East regular season championship. March 12-13, 1999 — UNH dismantles Merrimack in two straight games in the Hockey East quarterfinals at the Whittemore Center, which sets up another date for the Wildcats at the Hockey East Championship.The two wins at the Whittemore Center keep UNH’s home undefeated record for the season intact at 18-0-1. March 18, 1999 — Although the event is titled “The Hockey East Awards Banquet” it could have easily been named “The UNH Awards Banquet” as several Wildcats are honored in the postseason event. Umile earns his third Hockey East Coach of the Year award, Jason Krog is the unanimous Player of the Year, Darren Haydar is unanimous Rookie of the Year, Ty Conklin is named Goaltender of the Year and Steve O’Brien is named Defensive Defenseman of the Year. Also it is announced that Krog is once again a Hobey Baker finalist. March 19, 1999 — UNH earns its third trip to the Hockey East Championship game under Umile’s tenure with a commanding 6-2 victory over Providence in the semifinals. March 20, 1999 — The Wildcats take on Boston College in one of the most memorable Hockey East Championships in league history. UNH trails 4-1, but rallies back on the two fastest goals in tournament history as David Busch and Jason Shipulski score :10 apart to bring UNH within one. Johnny Rogers ties the game and sends it into overtime but the Eagles notch the game-winner at 6:58 of OT. March 21, 1999 — ESPN provides live coverage of the NCAA selection show from the Whittemore Center where UNH is awarded the No. 1 seed in the tournament for the first time in the expanded 12team field.

UNHHockey TraditionContinues March 27, 1999 — With a No. 1 seed in the NCAA East Regional and the coveted bye under their belt, the Wildcats take on Michigan in the East Regional Final. UNH jumps out to a 1-0 lead in the first on a goal by Mike Souza, but the Wolverines send it into overtime with a goal midway through the third. Just three minutes into the overtime period, Jason Krog sends a perfect pass from behind the Michigan net to Darren Haydar who scores the game winner to send UNH to the Frozen Four in Anaheim, Calif — it’s the Wildcats second Frozen Four appearance in three years. April 1, 1999 — It might have been April Fool’s Day, but UNH was far from joking around when the Wildcats took on Michigan State in the national semifinals. The Spartans featured the toughest defense in the country and had allowed more than four goals just twice the entire season. UNH made that three times as the Wildcats, again led by the top line of Jason Krog, Mike Souza and Darren Haydar, took a 5-3 victory to head to its first national championship game in school history. April 2, 1999 — In the Anaheim Marriott at noon, Jason Krog is awarded the Hobey Baker Memorial Award as the nation’s most outstanding player in front of a packed auditorium. It is the first time in school history that a UNH player wins the prestigious award. Krog finishes his career as the all-time leader in assists at UNH (144) and second on the all-time point-scoring list (238). Krog becomes the second Umile-coached player named First Team All America. April 3, 1999 — UNH plays in its first-ever national championship game against Maine at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim. And once again, the final is considered to be one of the best in history. The Black Bears skate to a 2-0 lead, but Darren Haydar gives the Wildcats some life with a shorthanded goal at 15:58 of the second period. Mike Souza ties things up early in the third period and UNH dominates the rest of the game, but cannot get the game-winner. The two teams skate into overtime and although UNH had its chances to win the game, it’s Maine that is crowned national champions with the game-winner at 10:50. UNH outshoots Maine 48-39 in the game. April 9, 1999 — Umile earns the Spencer T. Penrose Award as the nation’s top Division I coach after guiding UNH to the school’s first-ever national championship game and a school-best 31-7-3 record. October 16, 1999 — UNH raises the national championship finalist

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UNHHockey TraditionContinues banner at the Whittemore Center and junior goaltender Ty Conklin plays his first of a record-breaking 37 games on the season in a 7-4 win against Vermont. December 13, 1999 — The Wildcats are ranked No. 1 in the nation in both the U.S. College Hockey Online and USA Today polls. It is the first time in school history the Wildcats are ranked first in either poll and it is a spot UNH will hold longer than any team in the nation. February 6, 2000 — Umile earns career victory 200 with a 1-0 defeat of Maine at the Whittemore Center Arena. March 9-10, 2000 — UNH plays in its 10th straight Hockey East Tournament and defeats Merrimack in two straight games at the Whittemore Center. On March 10, Mike Souza became the all-time leader in games played and consecutive games played when he plays in his 154th game as a Wildcat. March 16, 2000 — Ty Conklin is named Hockey East Player of the Year at the Hockey East Awards Banquet and becomes UNH’s second player in a row to earn the honor. It is also announced that Conklin is a Hobey Baker finalist and becomes just the 21st goaltender in the history of the award to be named a finalist. March 17, 2000 — UNH plays in its second straight Hockey East Championship and sixth appearance under Umile. The Wildcats hold a 1-0 lead against Boston College ,but the Eagles come back to win 2-1 and head to the finals. March 28, 2000 — UNH makes a commitment to Umile and inks the coach to a deal that would allow him to finish his coaching career at his alma mater. March 16, 2001 — Ty Conklin is named a 2001 Hobey Baker Finalist. He becomes only the third goalie ever to be named a two-time finalist. In April, Conklin earns First Team All-America honors and is the 12th player in the history of UNH hockey to earn first team honors. Oct. 13, 2001 – Coach Umile earns his 250th career win in a 7-1 victory over Vermont. Jan. 28, 2002 – UNH ranked first in USA Today/ American Hockey Magazine polls for the first time since the 2000 season. March 2, 2002 – UNH captures its third Hockey East regular season title in school history and earns the number one seed heading into the Hockey East Tournament with a 5-2 victory over Boston College.

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March 4-18, 2002 – UNH is ranked first in both US College Hockey Online and USA Today/American Hockey Magazine polls for three weeks straight. March 14, 2002 – U N H s we e p s the three major awards at Hockey East Awards banquet. Darren Haydar was named Player of the Year, Coach Umile earned his fourth Coach of the Year Award and Sean Collins took home Rookie of the Year honors. Captain Darren Haydar is named one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. March 16, 2002 – UNH wins its first ever Hockey East tournament title with a 3-1 victory over Maine. Darren Haydar is named MVP of the 2002 Hockey East Tournament. March 24, 2002 – Jim Abbott scores the game winning goal to put UNH up 4-3 over Cornell in the NCAA East Regional game to send UNH to the Frozen Four. Haydar plays in 157th consecutive game to surpass former Wildcat Mike Souza’s ironman record of 156. March 1, 2003 – Coach Umile earns his 300th career coaching victory vs. Boston College at the Whittemore Center. The Wildcats defeat the Eagles 4-1 for a share of the Hockey East regular-season title. March 13, 2003 – Junior goaltender Mike Ayers is named coHockey East Player of the Year on the eve of the Hockey East Championships. March 15, 2003 - UNH wins the Hockey East Championship in the first shutout in championship game history, 10, on a goal by sophomore defenseman Tyson Teplitsky with 8:17 remaining in the extra session.

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2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE March 29, 2003 - Mike Ayers shuts out No. 7 Boston University, 3-0, for the third straight game and is named MVP of the Northeast Regional at the Worcester Centrum in Worcester, Mass. The Wildcats head to Buffalo, N.Y. for their second straight Frozen Four appearance.

February, 2008 - The ‘Cats go 7-0-1 in the month of February for the first time in over 80 years and lock up their second-straight Hockey East regular season title with a 5-1 win over BC.

April 10, 2003 - UNH defeats No. 1 ranked Cornell, 3-2 in a battle of the nation’s top two goaltenders. The Wildcats face the Golden Gophers of Minnesota in the national title game.

March 20, 2008 – Kevin Regan became the sixth player in school history to be named one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. Regan, UNH’s first Hobey Baker finalist since Steve Saviano in 2004, enjoyed not only his best season as a Wildcat, but arguably one of the greatest season by any Wildcat goaltender in school history. Later that day, Regan was unanimously selected as the Hockey East Player of the Year.

March 13, 2004 - UNH wins 20 games for the eighth straight season vs. Providence. Senior goaltender Mike Ayers breaks the all-time school record with 58 career victories. March 27-28, 2004 - UNH hosts its first ever NCAA Regional at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H. February 16, 2005 - Coach Dick Umile becomes the winningest coach in school history with a 6-1 win against Merrimack at Thom Lawler Arena in North Andover, Mass. with career victory No. 348. January 11, 2006 - UNH registers its 1,000-victory in the program’s history with a 4-1 win at Yale at Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Conn. November, 2006 - The Wildcats own the nation’s longest unbeaten streak going 8-0-1 in the month and earning the top spot in the USA Today and USCHO National Polls. January 9, 2007 - Associate Head Coach David Lassonde was named the 11th recipient of the Terry Flanagan Award, awarded annualy to an assistant coach that has a superior body of work in his coaching career. M a r c h 17, 2007 - Coach Dick Umile is named the 2007 Hockey East Coach of the Year. Umile is only the second coach in league history to earn the award five times (1991, 1997, 1999 and 2002). March 24-25, 2007 - UNH hosts the NCAA Regional for the second time at Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H. The Wildcats earned the top seed in that region. October 19, 2007 - Coach Dick Umile captures his 400th career win with a 4-1 win over BU in the season opener at Agganis Arena. February 12, 2008 - Mike Radja named Inside College Hockey’s National Player of the Week. He had six points (4g, 2a) in a weekend sweep at Maine.

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April 1, 2008 – Head Coach Dick Umile was selected as the New England’s Division I Coach of the Year, while Kevin Regan added to his list of lengthy accomplishments as he was named NE’s Most Valuable Player by the New England Hockey Writers and collected the Walter Brown Award. April 12, 2008 - For the first time in program history, four players were selected as All-Americans Kevin Regan and Mike Radja were selected as first teamers, while Matt Fornataro and Brad Flaishans were secondteam honorees. December 11, 2008 - Mike Sislo propelled the Wildcats to a 9-4 win over Holy Cross, powered by a four-goal, six-point performance, which was a Whittemore Center record for points. The offensive outburst just scratched the surface of his impressive month as he also tallied a goal to help lead the Wildcats to a 2-0-road win against UMass Lowell on Dec. 5. All efforts combined, Sislo earned College Hockey’s Player of the Month Award for December, leading the Wildcats to a 2-0-1 record during the month. March 28, 2009 – Greg Collins and Thomas Fortney scored a goal apiece in the last 11 minutes of play, including the final goal with just under one second to play, to send the action into overtime against No. 2 seeded North Dakota. The Wildcats would take advantage of momentum in overtime as Peter LeBlanc netted the game-winner with just 45 seconds into the period to secure the win and advance to Northeast Regional Championship game against No. 1 seeded Boston University.

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UNHHockey TraditionContinues March 5, 2010- Sophomore defensmen Blake Kessel scored the game tying goal with 3:55 left in play in regulation to cap a three goal comeback as the ‘Cats tied Boston College (3-3) to clinch their 8th regular season Hockey East title in school history. March 18, 2010- Senior forward Bobby Butler was named the 2010 Hockey East Player of the Year, while Head Coach Dick Umile was selected as co-Coach of the Year for a record sixth time, surpassing Boston University’s Jack Parker. March 26, 2010- Hobey Baker Finalist Bobby Butler and teammate Paul Thompson each score two goals and tallied an assist to lead the ‘Cats past sixth-ranked Cornell University in the first round of the 2010 NCAA East Regional. Senior goaltender Brian Foster totaled 24 saves as UNH advanced to the Regional Championship game against RIT.

TheRoadtothe FrozenFour 2011 Frozen Four Site Information Frozen Four April 7 and 9 Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, Minnesota Host: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities East March 25-26 Arena at Harbor Yard - Bridgeport, Connecticut Hosts: Yale University and Fairfield University Midwest March 26-27 Resch Center - Green Bay, Wisconsin Host: Michigan Tech

March 31, 2010- Senior Co-Captain Bobby Butler became only the second player in school history to be named a Hobey Baker “Hat Trick Finalist,” capping off a season where he was tied for second in the nation with 53 points and took home the Walter Brown award for the best American-born college hockey player in New England.

Northeast March 26-27 Verizon Wireless Arena - Manchester, New Hampshire Host: University of New Hampshire West March 25-26 Scottrade Center - St. Louis, Missouri Host: CCHA

April 9, 2010- Senior forward Bobby Butler was named a firstteam All-American, while senior netminder Brian Foster and sophomore defensemen Blake Kessel are selected as second team All-American honorees.

2012 Sites Frozen Four April 5 and 7 St. Pete Times Forum April 9, 2010- Senior forward Bobby Butler was at the 2010 Hobey Tampa, Florida Baker Award announcement at “Friday Night at the Frozen Four” Hosts: University of Alabama, Huntsville in Detroit’s Ford Field. Wisconsin’s Blake Geoffrion capture the and the Tampa Bay Sports Commission award. May 11, 2010- Coach Umile and members of the athletic staff are on hand at the Hobey Baker Awards banquet as legendary coach the late Charlie Holt was honored as the 2010 Hobey Baker Legends of College Hockey recipient. Umile addressed the crowd at 317 On Rice Park in St. Paul, Minn.

East March 23-24 Arena at Harbor Yard- Bridgeport, Connecticut Hosts: Yale University and Fairfield University West March 23-24 Xcel Energy Center- St. Paul, Minnesota Host: University of Minnesota Northeast March 24-25 DCU Center- Worcester, MA Host: College of the Holy Cross Midwest March 24-25 Resch Center- Green Bay, Wisconsin Host: Michigan Tech

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1977 Semifinals No. 1W. Wisconsin def. No. 2E. UNH, 4-3 (OT) Third Place Game No. 1E. Boston U. def. No. 2E. UNH, 6-5

2004 First Round No. 2 NE. Michigan def. No. 3 NE. UNH, 4-1

1979 Semifinals W2. Minnesota def. E1. UNH, 4-3 Third Place Game No. 2E Dartmouth def. No. 1E. UNH, 7-3

2005 First Round No. 2 NE. UNH def. No. 3 NE. Harvard, 3-2 OT Quarterfinals No. 1 NE. Denver def. No. 2 NE. UNH, 4-2

1982 Quarterfinals No. 2E. UNH def. No. 3W. Michigan St. 3-2, 6-2 Semifinals No. 1W. Wisconsin def. No. 2E. UNH, 5-0 Third Place Game No. 1E. Northeastern def. No. 2E. UNH, 10-4

2006 First Round No. 1 E. Michigan State def. No. 4 E. UNH, 1-0 2007 First Round No. 4 N. Miami def. No. 1 N. UNH 2-1

1983 Quarterfinals No. 2W. Minnesota def. No. 3E. UNH, 9-6, 7-2

2008 First Round No. 4 W. Notre Dame def. No. 1 W. UNH 7-3

1992 First Round No. 6E. Wisconsin def. No. 3E. UNH, 4-2

2009 First Round No. 3 NE. UNH def. No. 2 NE. North Dakota, 6-5 OT Quarterfinals No. 1 NE. Boston Univ. def. No. 3 NE. UNH, 2-1

1994 First Round No. 3E. UNH def. No. 6E. Rensselaer, 2-0 Second Round No. 2E. Harvard def. No. 3E. UNH, 7-1

2010 First Round No. 3 E. UNH def. No. 2 E. Cornell , 6-2 Quarterfinals No. 4 E. RIT def. No. 3 E. UNH, 6-2

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1995 First Round No. 6E. Denver def. No. 3E. UNH, 9-2

1977 Semifinal Game No. 1 W. Wisconsin def. No. 2 E. UNH, 4-3 OT 1979 Semifinal Game No. 2 W. Minnesota def. No. 1 E. UNH, 4-3 1982 Semifinal Game No. 1 W. Wisconsin def. No. 2 E. UNH, 5-0 1998 Semifinal Game No. 3 W. Michigan def. No. 5 E. UNH, 4-0 1999 Semifinal Game No. 1 E. UNH def. No. 2 W. Michigan St., 5-3 Championship Game No. 3 E. Maine def. No. 1 E. UNH, 3-2 OT 2002 Semifinal Game No. 3E Maine def. No. 1E UNH, 7-2 2003 Semifinal Game No. 1 NE. UNH def. No. 1 E. Cornell, 3-2 Championship Game No. 1 W. Minnesota def. No. 1 NE. UNH, 5-1

1997 First Round No.5E. Colorado College def. No.4E. UNH, 3-2 1998 First Round No. 5E. UNH def. No. 4E. Wisconsin, 7-4 Second Round No. 5E. UNH def. No. 1E. Boston U., 4-3 (OT) Semifinals No. 3W. Michigan def. No. 5E. UNH, 4-0 1999 Second Round No. 1E. UNH def. No. 5E. Michigan 2-1, (OT) Semifinals No. 1E. UNH def. No. 2W. Michigan St., 5-3 Championship No. 3E. Maine def. No 1E. UNH, 3-2 (OT) 2000 First Round No. 6W. Niagara def. No. 3W. UNH, 4-1 2002 Second Round No. 1E. UNH def. No. 4E. Cornell, 4-3 Semifinals No. 3E. Maine def. No. 1E UNH, 7-2

First Round Second Round Quarterfinal Third Place Semifinal Final

2003 First Round No. 1 NE. UNH def. No. 4 NE. St. Cloud State, 5-2 Second Round No. 1 NE. UNH def. No. 2 NE. Boston U., 3-0 Semifinals No. 1 NE. UNH def. No. 1 E. Cornell, 3-2 Finals No. 1 W. Minnesota def. No. 1 NE. UNH, 5-1

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Home 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Away 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Neutral 6-7-0 4-3-0 0-1-0 0-3-0 2-5-0 0-2-0

Total 6-7-0 4-3-0 2-3-0 0-3-0 2-5-0 0-2-0 13-22-0

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in the Hall of Fame Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner Jason Krog ‘99 highlights a list of 50 Wildcat men’s hockey players/coaches to be named to the Wildcat Athletics Council Hall of Fame.

Name Gordie Clark Ernest W. Christensen Rod Blackburn Cliff Cox James Hislop A. Barr “Whoop” Snively Hank Swasey Tim Burke Lou Frigon Russell Martin Roger Magenau Josiah Bartlett Ralph Cox Howard “Howie” Hanley Graham H. Bruder John G. Gray Robert A. Gould William F. Weir Robert D. Raeder Charles E. Holt Jr. Michael “Mickey” Goulet Rod Langway Albert G. Brodeur J. Allan Clark Edward Noel Gregory A. Moffett Horace S. “Pepper” Martin R. Braden Houston Frank Roy Richard C. Umile Robert M. Miller Donald F. Perkins Michael L. Ontkean Herbert T. Merrill Raymond March Jr. Guy L. Smith David Lumley Raymond B. Patten Jon P. Fontas Andy Brickley Kenneth R. McKinnon Bob Towse Richard R. David Kevin C. Dean Don Otis Peter L. Van Buskirk Paul Powers Jason Krog Mark Mowers Ty Conklin Dave O’Connor

Year Graduated Year Inducted 1974 1982 1923 1982 1961 1983 1976 1983 1976 1983 1983 1983 1977 1984 1971 1985 1938 1986 1961 1986 1968 1986 1979 1986 1932 1987 1969 1987 1972 1987 1979 1988 1936 1989 1976 1989 1989 1969 1990 1979 1990 1960 1991 1970 1991 1949 1991 1986 1992 1941 1993 1966 1993 1979 1993 1972 1994 1979 1994 1947 1995 1970 1995 1937 1996 1961 1996 1972 1996 1977 1996 1939 1997 1978 1997 1983 1998 1962 1999 1963 2000 1969 2000 1991 2000 1939 2001 1965 2001 1977 2003 1999 2005 1998 2006 2001 2008 1966 2008

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Lou Frigon ‘71

Andy Brickley ‘83

Cap Raeder ‘76

Robert Gould ‘79

Paul Powers ‘77

Mark Mowers ‘98

Ralph Cox ‘79

Jason Krog ‘99

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AnnualTeamAwards ROGER A. LECLERC TROPHY

This trophy is presented annually to the team’s Most Valuable Player and sportsman as voted by his teammates. Roger A. Leclerc was a member of the Class of 1960. He was born Aug. 18, 1937 and died in an automobile accident on Dec. 21, 1957. John Kennedy.................................................1958 Albie Brodeur..................................................1959 Buster Clegg.....................................................1959 Mike Frigard.....................................................1960 Rod Blackburn.................................................1961 Ken McKinnon.................................................1962 Dick Lamontagne...........................................1963 Doug Dunning................................................1964 Pete Van Buskirk.............................................1965 Brad Houston...................................................1966 Graham Bruder...............................................1967 Graham Bruder...............................................1968 Bob Brandt.......................................................1969 Richard Umile..................................................1970 Lou Frigon.........................................................1971 Bob Smith.........................................................1972 Gordie Clark.....................................................1973 Gordie Clark.....................................................1974 Jamie Hislop.....................................................1975 Jamie Hislop.....................................................1976 Bob Miller..........................................................1977 Mark Evans.......................................................1978 Bob Gould.........................................................1979 Bob Francis.......................................................1980 Greg Moffett....................................................1981 Todd Pearson...................................................1982 Todd Pearson...................................................1983 Bruce Gillies......................................................1984 David Lee..........................................................1985 Steve Leach......................................................1986 James Richmond............................................1987 Tim Hanley.......................................................1988 Chris Winnes....................................................1988 Pat Morrison.....................................................1989 Pat Szturm........................................................1990 Jeff Levy.............................................................1991 Scott Morrow...................................................1992 Brett Abel..........................................................1993 Eric Flinton........................................................1994 Eric Flinton........................................................1995 Todd Hall...........................................................1996 Mark Mowers...................................................1996 Tim Murray.......................................................1997 Mark Mowers...................................................1998 Jason Krog........................................................1999 Ty Conklin.........................................................2000 Ty Conklin.........................................................2001 Darren Haydar.................................................2002 Mike Ayers........................................................2003 Steve Saviano..................................................2004 Preston Callander...........................................2005 Jacob Micflikier...............................................2006 Daniel Winnik..................................................2006 Kevin Regan.....................................................2007 Kevin Regan.....................................................2008 Brian Foster......................................................2009 Bobby Butler....................................................2010

SID KNIGHT AWARD

The Sid Knight Award is presented to the player with the best grade point average on the team. It is named in memory of a long-time supporter of UNH Hockey. Quintin Brickley.............................................. 1988 Dan Prachar..................................................... 1989 Tim Shields....................................................... 1989 Mark Johnson.................................................. 1990 Riel Bellegarde................................................ 1991 Frank Messina................................................. 1992 Kent Schmidtke.............................................. 1993 Brian Larochelle.............................................. 1994 Kent Schmidtke.............................................. 1995 Todd Hall........................................................... 1996 Brian Larochelle.............................................. 1997 Chad Onufrechuk.......................................... 1998 David Busch..................................................... 1999 David Busch..................................................... 2000 David Busch..................................................... 2001 Eddie Caron..................................................... 2002 Matt Hoppe...................................................... 2003 Eddie Caron..................................................... 2004 Brad Flaishans................................................. 2005 Brad Flaishans................................................. 2006 Brad Flaishans................................................. 2007 Brad Flaishans................................................. 2008 Alan Thompson.............................................. 2009 Greg Manz........................................................ 2010

TED KARMERIS FAN FAVORITE AWARD

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD

The Most Improved Player Award is voted on by the team and donated by Dr. Edward Simmons.

Mike Ontkean................................................... 1968 Peter Stoutenburg.......................................... 1969 Bob Davis........................................................... 1970 Bill Munroe........................................................ 1971 Gordie Clark...................................................... 1972 Ed Freni............................................................... 1973 Glenn Hunter.................................................... 1974 Peter Noonan................................................... 1975 Dan Magnarelli................................................. 1976 Ralph Cox........................................................... 1977 Sean Coady....................................................... 1978 Mark Evans........................................................ 1978 Bob Francis........................................................ 1979 Ed Olsen............................................................. 1980 Mike Waghorne............................................... 1981 Dan Potter.......................................................... 1982 Scott Ellison....................................................... 1983 Brian Byrnes...................................................... 1984 Greg Rota........................................................... 1985 Al Brown............................................................. 1986 Steve Horner..................................................... 1987 Tim Shields........................................................ 1988 Kevin Dean........................................................ 1989 Savo Mitrovic.................................................... 1990 Kevin Thomson................................................ 1991 Glenn Stewart.................................................. 1992 Brett Abel........................................................... 1993 Steve Pleau........................................................ 1994 Erik Johnson .................................................. 1995 Eric Fitzgerald................................................... 1996 Steve O’Brien.................................................... 1997 Dylan Dellezay................................................. 1998 C.J. Ficek.............................................................. 1999 David Busch...................................................... 2000 Josh Prudden.................................................... 2001 Steve Saviano................................................... 2002 Preston Callander............................................ 2003 Mark Kolanos.................................................... 2004 Josh Ciocco....................................................... 2005 Jamie Fritsch..................................................... 2006 Matt Fornataro................................................. 2007 Nick Krates......................................................... 2008 Mike Sislo........................................................... 2009 Paul Thompson................................................ 2010

ROBERT A. KULLEN AWARD

The Robert A. Kullen Award is selected by the coaching staff and donated by Mrs. John Carter. Previously presented as the Unsung Hero award, the honor was given greater distinction in 1991, when it was renamed the “Robert A. Kullen Award” in memory of the late UNH coach. Paul Powers.........................................................1976 Jim Harvie............................................................1977 Frank Roy..............................................................1979 John Normand...................................................1980 Dana Barbin.........................................................1981 Matt Brady............................................................1982 David Lee..............................................................1983 Dwayne Robinson.............................................1984 Dan Muse.............................................................1985 Scott Biron...........................................................1986 Al Brown...............................................................1987 Tim Hanley...........................................................1988 Steve Horner.......................................................1989 Jeff Lazaro............................................................1990 Scott Morrow......................................................1991 Joe Flanagan.......................................................1992 Jim McGrath........................................................1993 Mike Sullivan.......................................................1994 Steve Pleau..........................................................1995 Tim Murray...........................................................1996 Eric Nickulas........................................................1997 Dan Enders...........................................................1998 Jason Shipulski...................................................1999 Tim Walsh.............................................................2000 Matt Swain...........................................................2001 Josh Prudden......................................................2002 Steve Saviano......................................................2003 Preston Callander..............................................2004 Justin Aikins.........................................................2005 Robbie Barker.....................................................2005 Jeff Pietrasiak......................................................2006 Josh Ciocco..........................................................2007 Greg Collins.........................................................2008 Greg Collins.........................................................2009 Brian Foster..........................................................2010

SNIVELY CITIZENSHIP & SERVICE AWARD

This award is presented to the player who has distinguished himself through his citizenship and service to the University and the community, beyond any accomplishments on the ice. Jerry Pollastrone.................................................... 2009 Bobby Butler........................................................... 2010

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The Most Exciting Player Award is chosen by the Friends of UNH Hockey. Previously, the most exciting player was awarded the “Iceman” Trophy by the Durham Downtown Athletic Club from 1969-81. It was renamed for a long-time Friends of UNH Hockey member prior to the 1987-88 season. The award was not presented from 1982-86.

Bob Brandt.......................................................1969 Guy Smith.........................................................1970 Bob Davis..........................................................1971 Guy Smith.........................................................1972 Gordie Clark.....................................................1973 Cliff Cox..............................................................1974 Jamie Hislop.....................................................1975 Cliff Cox..............................................................1976 Bob Miller..........................................................1977 Jon Fontas.........................................................1978 Ralph Cox . .......................................................1979 Greg Moffett....................................................1979 Bob Francis.......................................................1980 Greg Moffett....................................................1981 James Richmond............................................1987 Chris Winnes....................................................1988 Jeff Lazaro.........................................................1989 Savo Mitrovic...................................................1990 Kevin Thomson...............................................1991 Scott Morrow...................................................1992 Rob Donovan...................................................1993 Rob Donovan...................................................1994 Mark Mowers...................................................1995 Eric Boguniecki...............................................1996 Eric Boguniecki...............................................1997 Mark Mowers...................................................1998 Jason Krog........................................................1999 Darren Haydar.................................................2000 Darren Haydar.................................................2001 Darren Haydar.................................................2002 Steve Saviano..................................................2003 Steve Saviano..................................................2004 Jacob Micflikier...............................................2005 Jacob Micflikier...............................................2006 Jacob Micflikier...............................................2007 Mike Radja........................................................2008 James van Riemsdyk.....................................2009 Bobby Butler....................................................2010

WARREN R. BROWN MEMORIAL TROPHY

The Warren R. Brown Memorial Trophy is presented to the Best Defensive Forward. Previously, the award was presented to the Wildcats’ most outstanding left winger from 1974-91. Brown was a member of the Class of 1976. He was born July 20, 1954 and died in an automobile accident December 22, 1973. Dave Bertollo.....................................................1974 Barry Edgar.........................................................1975 Barry Edgar.........................................................1976 Dave Lumley......................................................1977 Terry Flanagan..................................................1978 Terry Flanagan..................................................1979 Paul Barton ...............................................1979 John Normand..................................................1980 Andy Brickley....................................................1981 Paul Barton.........................................................1982 Ken Chisolm.......................................................1983 Paul Barton.........................................................1984 Dan Muse............................................................1985 Chris Laganas....................................................1986 Chris Laganas....................................................1987 Tim Shields.........................................................1988 Tim Shields.........................................................1989 Riel Bellegarde..................................................1990 Greg Klym...........................................................1991 Bob Chebator....................................................1992 Greg Klym...........................................................1993 Bob Chebator....................................................1994 Mike Sullivan.....................................................1995 Mike Sullivan.....................................................1996 Mark Mowers.....................................................1997 Mark Mowers.....................................................1998 John Sadowski..................................................1999 John Sadowski..................................................2000 C.J. Ficek..............................................................2001 Lanny Gare.........................................................2002 Lanny Gare.........................................................2003 Nathan Martz....................................................2004 Preston Callander............................................2005 Andrew Leach...................................................2006 Greg Collins........................................................2007 Greg Collins........................................................2008 Greg Collins........................................................2009 Mike Borisenok.................................................2010

GUY SMITH AWARD

CHARLES E. HOLT COACHES AWARD

The Best Offensive Player Award is chosen by the players.

This award is presented to the player who makes large contributions to the team both on and off the ice. As voted by the coaching staff. Bruce Crowder....................................................1979 Ken Cox.................................................................1980 Sean Coady..........................................................1981 Ross Yantzi............................................................1982 Dan Forget...........................................................1983 Ken Chisholm......................................................1984 James Richmond...............................................1985 James Richmond...............................................1986 Rick Lambert.......................................................1987 Rick Lambert.......................................................1988 Tim Shields...........................................................1989 Chris Grassie........................................................1990 Steve Morrow......................................................1991 Savo Mitrovic......................................................1992 Kevin Thomson...................................................1993 Jesse Cooper.......................................................1993 Bob Chebator......................................................1994 Nick Poole............................................................1995 Ted Russell...........................................................1995 Mike Sullivan . ....................................................1996 Derek Bekar.........................................................1997 Eric Fitzgerald.....................................................1997 Tom Nolan............................................................1998 Chad Onufrechuk..............................................1999 Jason Shipulski...................................................2000 Mike Souza...........................................................2000 Eric Lind................................................................2001 David Busch.........................................................2002 Kevin Truelson....................................................2003 Mike Ayers............................................................2004 Patrick Foley........................................................2004 Colin Shank..........................................................2005 Mark Kolanos......................................................2006 Brett Hemingway..............................................2007 Shawn Vinz..........................................................2007 Craig Switzer.......................................................2008 Jamie Fritsch.......................................................2009 Thomas Fortney.................................................2009 Peter LeBlanc......................................................2010

SCO NATE HARDY IRONMAN AWARD

This award is given to the Wildcat player who excels in the weight room through a 15-event competition during fall dry-land training. The award was named in honor of Nate Hardy, a Navy SEAL who was killed in action in Iraq in early February, 2008.

Joe Flanagan........................................................... 1991 Domenic Amodeo................................................. 1992 Rob Donovan.......................................................... 1993 Eric Flinton............................................................... 1994 Eric Royal.................................................................. 1995 Eric Boguniecki....................................................... 1996 Jason Krog................................................................ 1997 Jason Krog................................................................ 1998 Jason Krog................................................................ 1999 Darren Haydar........................................................ 2000 Darren Haydar........................................................ 2001 Darren Haydar........................................................ 2002 Lanny Gare............................................................... 2003 Steve Saviano.......................................................... 2004 Sean Collins............................................................. 2005 Jacob Micflikier...................................................... 2006 Trevor Smith............................................................ 2007 Matt Fornataro....................................................... 2008 Mike Radja............................................................... 2008 James van Riemsdyk............................................ 2009 Bobby Butler........................................................... 2010

ROD LANGWAY BEST DEFENSEMAN AWARD

The Best Defenseman Award is chosen by the players.

Chris Grassie...................................................... 1988 Jeff Lazaro.......................................................... 1989 David MacIntyre.............................................. 1990 Kevin Dean........................................................ 1991 Jim McGrath...................................................... 1992 Jim McGrath...................................................... 1993 Kent Schmidtke............................................... 1994 Kent Schmidtke............................................... 1995 Todd Hall............................................................ 1996 Tim Murray........................................................ 1997 Jayme Filipowicz.............................................. 1998 Jayme Filipowicz.............................................. 1999 Dan Enders........................................................ 2000 Garrett Stafford................................................ 2001 Garrett Stafford................................................ 2002 Mike Lubesnick................................................ 2003 Mick Mounsey.................................................. 2004 Tyson Teplitsky................................................. 2005 Brian Yandle....................................................... 2006 Chris Murray...................................................... 2007 Brad Flaishans................................................... 2008 Kevin Kapstad................................................... 2009 Blake Kessel....................................................... 2010

Steve Saviano.......................................................... 2004 Andrew Leach......................................................... 2005 Andrew Leach......................................................... 2006 Kevin Regan............................................................. 2007 Thomas Fortney..................................................... 2008 Brian Foster.............................................................. 2009 Brian Foster.............................................................. 2010

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Abbe, George Abbott, Jim Abel, Brett Adams, Al Adams, Karl Agosta, Justin Aiken, David Aikins, Justin Allard, Robert Alperen, Ken Amodeo, Domenic Amundrud, Trevor Anderson, Nick Angwin, Harold Anzalone, Frank Applin, Henry Armstrong, Nate Austin, David Austin, Sean Ayer, James Ayers, Mike

1930-33 65 GP- 6-7-13 Reading, Pa. 1999-03 141 GP-38-56-94 Mars, Pa. 1989-93 42GP-20-15-2 3.83 .874 Lynnfield, Mass. 1948-51 1941-42 2010-Present 0GP 0-0-0 East Meadow, N.Y. 1986-90 139 GP-52-60-112 St. Andrews, N.B. 2001-05 153GP- 27-76-103 White Rock, B.C. 1939-41 1961-62 1988-92 142GP- 66-102-168 Mississauga, Ont. 1994-96 0 GP-0-0-0 Big River, Sask. 2002-03 1932-35 1973-74 1925-26 1996-97 3GP-0-0-0 1.00 .000 1947-49 1997-01 106GP7-22-29 Malden, Mass. 1952-53 2000-04 101 GP-58-28-12 2.49 .914 Hingham Mass.

Babcock, Mark Bacheller, George Banga, Travis Barbin, Dana Barker, Robbie Barry, John Barth, Frank Bartlett, Joe Bartlett, W.R. Barton, Paul Batchelder, Bill Beaney, Bill Beck, Mike Begin, Donald Bekar, Derek Bellegarde, Riel Bellevance, Joe Berry, Schuyler Bertollo, Dave Bilafer, Paul Blackburn, Rod Blewett, Edward Blewett, Terry Block, Austin Blood, Bob Blow, Greg Boguniecki, Eric Borisenok, Mike Bottino, Pat Boudreau, Greg Bowler, Donald Boyce, Ed Brady, Matt Bragnalo, Christian Brandt, Bob Brandt, Ryan Bray, Gil Briand, Paul Brandt, Ryan Brickley, Andy Brickley, Quintin Brodeur, Albert Brophy, Robert Brown, Allister Brown, Scott Brown, Warren Bruder, Graham Brunel, Wilson Brunelle, Paul Bryan, Bill Bucchino, A.J. Burchill, Rich Burke, Greg Burke, Tim Burkart, Mike Burkhart, Scott Butler, Bobby Burns, Gary Busch, David Byrnes, Brian

1985-86 21GP-0-5-5 Byfield, Mass. 1931-34 2000-02 16GP-0-2-2 High River, Alb. 1977-81 125GP-40-87-127 Exeter, N.H. 2001-05 110GP-4-25-29 Concord, N.H. 1951-53 1977-81 106 GP-46-89-135 Stratford, Ont. 1965-68 1930-31 1980-84 135GP-40-87-127 Stratford, Ont. 1962-65 1970-73 87GP-40-53-93 Lake Placid, Ont. 2007-present 49GP 1-7-8 Long Beach, Calif. 1940-42 1995-98 108GP-65-67-132 Port Coquitlam, B.C. 1987-91 118GP-19-41-60 Lestock, Sask. 1959-60 91GP-33-57-90 Hespler, Ont. 1948-50 1971-75 1951-52 58-59, 60-61 27GP-9-16-0 3.84 .900 Berlin, N.H. 1924-26 1969-72 82GP-36-42-78 Lake Field, Ont. 2009-present 25GP 1-2-3 Thousand Oaks, Calif. 1976-78 1989-93 39GP2-4-6 St. Louis, Mo. 1993-97 142GP-78-95-173 West Haven, Conn. 2008-present 50GP 7-10-17 Watervliet, N.Y. 1994-95 1985-88 91GP-3-12-15 Medford, Mass. 1932-34 1960-62 1981-82 1995- 99 134GP-3-37-40 Thunder Bay, Ont. 1966-69 84GP-69-79-148 Roseau, Minn.

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1950-53 1946-48 1967-70 1979-82 93GP68-69-137 Melrose, Mass. 1984-88 92GP-34-43-77 Melrose, Mass. 1956-59 1953-54 1983-87 127GP-17-28-45 Cornwall, Ont. 1984-87 147GP-7-29-36 Lexington, Mass. 1972-74 39GP-14-10-24 Scarboro, Ont. 1966-69 1939-41 1969-71 59GP-4-13-17 Sudbury, Ont. 1964-65 2003-05 1GP-0-0-0 14.46 500 Boe, N.H. 1985-86 15GP-0-0-0 West Roxbury, Mass. 2009-present 32GP 2-8-10 Lee, N.H. 1973-77 130GP-30-108-138 Melrose, Mass. 1971-75 1979-81 29GP-6-13-19 Toronto, Ont. 2006-2009 153GP 61-60-121 Marlboro, Mass. 1974-78 12GP-41-52-93 Arlington, Mass. 1998-02 102GP-29-37-66 Toronto, Ont. 1981-85 132GP-13-45-58 Manhasset, N.Y.

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All-Time AlphabeticalRoster

Callahan, John 1949-51 Callander, Preston 2001-05 149GP-62-68-130 Regina, Sask. Campanale, Matt 2007-present 67GP-3-10-13 Chester Springs, Pa. Camuso, Steve 1961-64 Canavan, Tom 1960-63 Carlsen, Alan 1953-54 Carlson, Arthur 37-38, 39-40 Carlson, Edwin 39-40, 41-42 Carney, Matt 1997-02 30GP-21-4-3 2.65 .899 Bridgewater, Mass. Caron, Eddie 01-02, 03-04 69GP-11-8-19 Hudson, N.H. Cash, Corey 1994-95 18GP-1-1-2 Dover, N.H. Catto, Alan 1968-71 Cavicchi, Trent 1992-96 81GP-40-26-6 3.87 .866 Lake Echo, N.S. Chandler, Calvin 49-50,55-56 Chandler, Roland 1925-28 Charlebois, Joe 2005-09 127GP-3-24-27 Potsdam, N.Y. Chebator, Bob 1990-94 147GP-16-26-42 Arlington, Mass. Childs, Montgomery 1952-55 Chisolm, Ken 1980-84 112GP-43-42-85 Stratford, Ont. Christy, Robert 1950-53 Christy, William 1948-50 Churchard, Tim 1963-65 Ciocco, Josh 2003-07 136GP-22-33-55 Atco, N.J. Clark, Allan 1967-70 84GP-45-52-97 Port Arthur, Ont. Clark, Colin 1964-66 Clark, Gary 1979-80 30GP-4-3-7 St. John, N.B. Clark, Gordie 1971-74 90GP-76-86-162 St. John, N.B. Clegg, Buster 1956-59 Coady, Sean 1977-81 121GP-14-92-106 Scituate, Mass. Colburn, George 1928-31 Collins, Greg 2005-09 146GP-21-28-49 Fairport, N.Y. Collins, Sean 2001-05 164GP-77-96-173 Reading, Mass. Collins, Tim 99-00, 01-02 4GP-0-1-0 4.62 .889 Lebanon, N.H. Congdon, Linwood 1933-34 Conklin, Ty 1998-01 93GP-57-23-12 2.15 .917 Anchorage, Alaska Conway, Paul 1939-41 Cooper, Jesse 1989-93 140GP-10-36-46 Lowell, Mass. Cordeiro, Ryan 1998-00 51GP7-11-18 Somerset, Mass. Corosa, Julius 1933-34 Corriveau, John 1974-76 Cournoyer, Jeff 1985-87 Couser, James 1937-39 Cowie, Doug 1955-57 Cox, Cliff 1972-76 108GP-87-88-175 Don Mills, Ont. Cox, Ralph 1975-79 128GP127-116-243 Braintree, Mass. Crins, Howard 1926-27 Croke, Harry 1928-31 Crowder, Bruce 1975-79 135GP-47-86-133 Essex, Ont. Cullis, Robert 1937-38

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Daley, Fred Dalton, David David, Rich Davis, Bob Davison, Warren Dean, Kevin Dearington, Searles Dellezay, Dylan Dempsey, Jim DeSimone, Phil Dexter, Jason DiGirolamo, Matt DiNapoli, John Doherty, John Doherty, Mark Dolan, Tom Dolloff, Charles Donovan, Rob Dorval, Mark Doucet, Norm Douris, Peter Drapeau, Steve Dries, Danny Dube, Andrew Dube, Chris Dumont, Greg Dunning, Doug Dzieduszycki, Matt

1973-74 1983-84 7GP-0-1-1 Arlington, Mass. 1966-69 74GP-57-81-138 Montreal, P.Q. 1968-71 89GP-5-43-48 Peterboro, Ont. 1937-40 1987-91 131GP-14-36-50 Madison, W.I. 25-26, 27-28 1994-98 72GP13-12-25 Beaumont, Alb. 1972-73 24GP5-7-12 Petersboro, Ont. 2007-present 115GP-20-48-68 East Amherst, N.Y. 1990-94 141GP-40-53-93 Kingston, Ont. 2008-present 8GP 2-2-1, 4.24, .858 Ambler, Pa. 1979-81 25GP-1-3-4 Concord, N.H. 2003-05 20GP-1-2-3 Lynfield, Mass. 1981-84 73GP-25-61-86 Reading, Mass. 1950-52 1930-31 1990-94 124GP-42-51-93 Boston, Mass. 1986-88 47GP-2-6-8 Berlin, N.H. 1950-51 1983-85 110GP-47-39-85 1963-64 2007-09 71GP 21-28-49 Lake Orion, Mich. 1955-58 1998-00 0GP0-0-0 Lewiston, Maine 1995-97 50GP-21-12-33 Manchester, N.H. 1961-64 1998-00 34GP3-8-11 Mississauga, Ont.

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1973-77 1981-85 1996-00 1996-98 1995-96 1975-78

Facey, William Fahey, Kevin Feero, Robert Ficek, Corey-Joe Filardo, Michael Filipowicz, Jayme Fish, Edward Fitzgerald, Eric Flaishans, Brad Flanagan, Joe Flanagan, Terry Flinton, Eric Foley, Brian Foley, Patrick Fontas, Jon Forbes, William Forget, Dan Fornataro, Matt Fortney,Thomas Foster, Brian Fournier, Maurice Fournier, Walter Francis, Bob Frechette, Andrew Freni, Ed Fricke, Stuart Frigard, George Frigon, Louis Fritsch, Jamie Fudge, Frederick

1934-35,36-37 1968-70 1949-50 1997-01 128GP-28-28-56 Manchester, N.H. 1998-01 3GP0-0-0 9.57 .777 Seasford, N.Y. 1996-99 114GP-14-74-88 Arlington Heights. , Ill. 1955-56 92-93,94-97 69GP-3-6-9 N. Easton, Mass. 2004-08 144GP-13-54-67 Glendale, Ariz. 1988-92 140GP-85-89-174 Burlington, Mass. 1975-79 1991-95 148GP-62-70-132 Williams Lake, B.C. 2003-06 3GP-0-0-0 Milton, Mass. 1999-04 143GP-23-24-47 Milton, Mass. 1974-78 107GP-72-102-174 Lexingon, Mass. 1946-48 1979-83 121GP-48-114-162 New Liskeard, Ont. 2004-08 156GP-44-74-118 Calgary, Alb. 2005-09 152GP 16-29-45 Webster Groves, Mo. 2006-2009 86GP 40-29-12, 2.82, .910 Pembroke,N.H. 1936-39 1948-51 1977-80 103GP-48-90-138 St. Louis, Mo. 1951-52 1972-74 59GP-29-23-49 Lynfield, Mass. 2008 0GP 0-0-0 St. Paul, Minn. 1957-60 1968-71 89GP-98-95-193 Montreal, Que. 2005-09 146GP 11-28-39 Odenton, Md. 1924-26

Gagnon, Rob Gardner, William Gare, Lanny Garrison, Joseph Garvey, Leo Gilday, John Gilgun, Charles Gillies, Bruce Githins, Edward Glennon, Mike Glynn, Neil Golden, Mike Gould, Bob Goulet, Mickey Goumas, Kevin Graham, Al Grant, Bob Grassie, Chris Graves, Fred Gray, John Grocott, Charles Guilbert, Mike Gwinn, Craig

1994-98 137GP19-35-54 S. Windsor, Conn. 1951-54 1999-03 151GP-48-94-142 Vernon, B.C. 1941-42 1927-28 1962-65 1938-39 1982-85 71GP-35-31-66 3.97 .894 Dunbarton, N.H. 1953-56 1984-86 20GP-2-2-4 Hull, Mass. 1948-49 1983-84 1975-79 135GP91-101-192 Petrolia, Ont. 1966-69 84GP-18-64-82 Montreal, P.Q. 2010-present 0GP 0-0-0 Lake Worth, Fla. 1963-64 1969-70 1986-90 128GP-8-32-40 Somersworth, N.H. 1950-51,52-53 1969-72 70GP-81-64-145 Cobourg, Ont. 1932-35 1991-92 3GP-2-0-2 Manchester, N.H 1996-97 2GP0-0-0 Durham, N.H.

Hagerman, Dave Haggerty, Richard Hall, Robert Hall, Todd Hanley, Howard Hanley, Tim Hanson, Kristian Hardowa, Connor Hargraves, Robert Harris, Bob Harris, Ryan Harvie, Jim Haseltine, Carroll

1965-68 1962-63 20GP-6-8-14 1953-56 1994-96 134GP16-64-80 1929-32 1984-88 138GP-55-71-126 1994-96 2009-present 29GP-0-2-2 1935-36 1979-81 31GP-12-15-27 1995-99 43GP-3-4-7 1973-77 1938-39

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G

H

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Pertrolia, Ont. Sherborn, Mass. Madison, WI. Grande Prairie, Alb.

Woburn, Mass. Hamden, Conn. Greenfield, Mass. Edmonton, Alberta Canton, Mass. Fort Wayne, Ind.

Hatch, Jeff Haydar, Darren Haydar, Jeff Hayes, Adam Hazzard, David Healey, George Heelan, Charles Heinke, Mike Hemingway, Brett Hemingway, Colin Henrion, John Henson, Chris Herms, Peter Higgins, Paul Hinman, Dave Hislop, Jamie Hogan, Paul Hollingsworth, John Holt, Brad Hooper, John Hoppe, Matt Horner, Steve Horst, Tim Houley, Robert Houston, Brad Hrushka, Gary Huff, Kenneth Hunt, Edward Hunter, Glenn Hutchins, Michael

I

1965-66 1998-02 158GP-102-117-219 Milton, Ont. 2000-01 39GP-3-10-13 Milton, Ont. 1988-89 10GP-1-1-2 Quincy, Mass. 1935-36 1949-52 1957-60 1993-95 69GP35-22-6 3.68 .878 Southington, Conn. 2003-07 150GP-61-74-135 Surrey, B.C. 1999-03 139GP-67-81-148 Surrey, B.C. 2009-present 30GP 3-1-4 Holden, Mass. 1990-92 1982-86 153GP-33-105-138 Morris Plains, N.J. 1928-31 1970-71 29GP8-12-20 Dover, N.H. 1972-76 119GP-77-132-209 Sarnia, Ont. 1967-68 29GP-5-6-11 Summerside, P.E.I. 1949-50 1976-79 1939-40 2000-04 40GP-1-1-2 East Lansing, Mich. 1985-89 122GP-47-43-90 Toronto, Ont. 2000-04 114GP14-23-37 S. St. Paul, Minn. 1950-53 1963-66 1970-73 1938-39 1928-29 1971-75 10GP-8-56-64 Stoneham, Mass. 2002-06 61GP-3-7-10 Wolfeboro, N.H.

Ide, Nicholas 1925-27 Ivens-Anderson, A. 2009-present 0GP-0-0-0

J

Jacquith, Gary Jennings, Francis Jensen, Chris Johannson, Lars Johnson, Erik Johnson, Mark Johnson, Robert Johnston, William Jones, Barry

1967-70 1957-59 1990-92 1986-87 1994-98 1986-90 1954-58 1951-55 1963-66

Kaneb, Mark Kapstad, Kevin Keefe, Robert Keith, Robert Kelly, Paul Kelly, Thomas Kennedy, John Kerr, George Kessel, Blake King, John King, Lawrence Kinnealey, Steve Kipp, Damon Klym, Greg Knodel, Eric Kolanos, Mark Kostolansky, Brett Krates, Nick Kravchuk, Leo Krog, Jason

1972-73 2005-09 117GP 9-34-43 1952-53 1946-49 1956-57 1946-48 1956-58 1935-36 2008-present 75GP 16-35-51 1972-74 1957-59 1977-78 2008-present 66GP 4-14-18 1989-93 143GP-40-77-117 2010-present 0GP 0-0-0 2002-06 49GP-5-5-10 2009-present 28GP 0-12-12 2006-2009 101GP 3-9-12 1954-58 1995-99 152GP-94-144-238

K

L

Lacombe, Norm 1981-83 LeBlanc, Peter 2006-2009 LaCouture, Bill 1987-91 Laganas, Chris 1983-87 Lambert, Rick 1984-88 Lamontagne, Richard 1960-63 Langway, Rod 1975-77 Lanza, Frank 1946-47 Larochelle, Brian 1995-97 Lazaro, Jeff 1986-90 Leach, Andrew 2002-06 Leach, Steve 1984-86 Leclerc, Roger 1956-58

59GP-6-16-22 30GP-1-4-5 71GP-5-14-19 107GP 5-15-20

65GP-36-41-77 153GP 34-51-85 37GP2-3-5 125GP-16-26-42 135GP-21-30-51

Pound Ridge, N.Y.

Lynnfield, Mass. Wimette, I.L. Winnetka, Ill. St. Paul, Minn.

Boxboro, Mass.

Verona, Wis.

Salmon Arm, B.C. Sault St. Marie, Ont. West Chester, Pa. Calgary, Alb. Denver, Colo. Palos Park, Ill. Fernie, B.C.

Pierrefond, Que Hamilton, Ont. Natick, Mass. Hampton, N.H. Alton, Ont.

36GP-16-11-13.69 .874 Manchester, N.H. 138GP-35-60-95 Waltham, Mass. 94GP-6-10-16 Albany, N.Y. 74GP-4-31-35 Lexington, Mass.

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M

132GP-23-65-88 Cambridge, Mass. 23GP-2-3-5 Madison, Wis. 56GP15-7-2 3.22 .905 Salt Lake City, Utah 151GP-9-32-41 Canaan, Conn. 63GP-54-38-92 Concord, N.H. 153GP-3-31-34 126GP-55-114-169 54GP-10-9-19 101GP-48-79-127

Northbrook, Ill. Toronto, Ont. Kingston, N.Y. Canton, Mass.

MacDonald, Bruce 1987-91 93GP-5-11-16 Plaistow, N.H. MacDonald, William 1947-49 MacIntyre, David 1987-91 134GP-14-38-52 New Glasgow, N.S. Magnarelli, Dan 1975-77 Malone, Scott 1991-94 103GP-19-16-35 So. Boston, Mass. Manchester, Karl 1934-37 Manke, Kirk 2005-07 1GP-0-0-0, 31.17, .000 Clifton Park, N.Y. Mannion, Richard 1933-35 Manz, Greg 2007-present 45GP 3-1-4 Wayne, Pa. March, Raymond 1957-60 54GP39-66-105 Marchand, Ken 1968-69 Marineau, George 1956-58 Marsh, Joe 1974-75 Martin, Butch 1973-74 Martin, Horace 1939-41 Martin, Russell 1935-38 31GP-45-30-75 Concord, N.H. Martin, Wendell 1935-38 Martz, Nathan 2000-04 137GP-25-57-82 Chilliwack, B.C. Matile, Sean 1996-99 79GP53-23-3 2.66 .901 Williams Lake, B.C. Mayher, Bill 1961-63 McAllister, Dave 1982-84 50GP-8-9-17 Waterville, Maine McCarey, Kevin 2008-present 37GP 2-4-6 Baldwinsville, N.Y. McCarthy, Bob 1963-66 McCarthy, Rob 1970-73 McCready, Mike 1994-98 McDermott, William 1933-35 McEniry, Brendon 1996-00 19GP-1-2-3 Beaconfield, Que. McFarland, Donald 1928-30 McGinn, Mark 1988-92 72GP-9-33-42 Oceanside, N.Y. McGrath, Jim 1989-93 132GP-8-45-53 Belford, N.J. McInerny, Jim 1989-92 134GP-14-38-52 New Glasgow, N.S. McKinnon, Ken 1959-62 McLaughlin, William 1934-35 Manchester, N.H. McMahon, James 1936-37 McPherson, Dan 1978-79 McShane, Mike 1968-71 84GP-42-97-139 Wakefield, Mass. McSwiney, Francis 1930-32 Merrill, Herbert 1934-37 Merrill, Pete 1961-64 Messina, Frank 1988-92 104GP-9-33-42 Hingham, Mass. Metzer, Rick 1966-69 Micflikier, Jacob 2003-07 154GP-58-92-150 Winnipeg, Manitoba Michaud, Albert 1928-30 Miller, Bob 74-75,76-77 65GP-51-97-148 Billerica, Mass. Miller, Jay 1979-83 62GP-61-39-100 Natick, Mass. Mitchener, Allan 1934-36 Mitrovic, Savo 1988-92 143GP-60-89-149 Toronto, Ont. Moffett, Greg 1978-80 26GP-0-1-1 Brunswick, Maine Moore, Everett 1928-29 Moore, William 1946-49 Moorehead, Denver 1986-87 Moran, Joey 1994-97 47GP-4-1-5 Brighton, Mass. Morrison, Pat 1987-91 67GP-27-35-4 4.01 .879 Charlottetown, P.E.I. Morrow, Scott 1988-92 114GP-57-52-107 Plano, T.X. Morrow, Steve 1988-91 98GP4-21-25 Plano, T.X. Morton, John 1924-25 Moses, Steve 2008-present 72GP 11-26-37 Leominster, Mass. Mounsey, Mick 2000-04 157GP-6-38-44 Concord, N.H. Mowers, Mark 1994-98 144GP-85-112-197 Whitesboro, N.Y. Muir, Bryan 1992-95 94GP-10-15-25 Thornhill, Ont. Muise, Benoit 1955-56 Mullen, Ed 1959-62 Munroe, Bill 1969-72 89GP-44-69-113 Wellsley, Mass. Murray, Chris 2003-2007 73GP-2-11-13 Dover, N.H. Murray, Tim 1993-97 144GP-7-64-71 Calgary, Alb. Muse, Dan 1981-85 136GP-54-64-118 Melrose, Mass. Myer, Al 1963-64

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Nichols, Richard Nichols, Sam Nickulas, Eric Noble, Bill Noel, Edward Nolan, Tom Normand, John Norris, Kenneth Norton, Pat Novak, Ted Nugent, Paul

1948-49 1959-62 1994-97 1965-68 1946-49 1993-98 1976-80 1934-37 1992-97 1930-33 1941-42

O’Brien, Steve O’Brien, Tom O’Connor, Dave O’Kane, Robert O’Keefe, Joe Olevitz, John Olmstead, Rick Olsen, Ed Ontkean, Mike Onufrechuk, Chad Otis, Donald

1995-99 1992-96 1964-66 1941-42 1962-65 1984-85 1971-74 1979-82 1966-69 1995-99 1936-38

Palumbo, Rocco Paquin, Raymond Parkinson, John Partridge, Leland Patch, Robert Patten, Raymond Pavelski, Scott Payson, Willard Peabody, Edward Pearson, Todd Pederzani, Guy Pelletreau, Bill Penley, Donald Percival, Warren Perkins, Donald Perkins, Lawrence Perry, Sean Pietrasiak, Jeff Plavsic, Adrien Pleau, Steve Plourde, Edward Pollastrone, Jerry Pollini, Bob Poole, Nick Potter, Dan Pouliot, Brian Powers, Paul Prachar, Dan Prescott, Charles Pritchard, P.C. Proudman, William Prudden, Josh Pryor, Chris Putnam, Brian

1949-50 1940-41 1929-31 1931-34 1957-60 1936-39 2009-present 12GP-0-0-0 Plover, Wis. 50-51,52-53 Needham, Mass. 1963-65 1981-83 1935-36 1970-71 29GP-2-5-7 Norwalk, Conn. 1929-32 1925-28 40-41,46-47 1940-42 1992-93 30GP-4-3-7 Waltham, Mass. 2002-06 55GP-27-13-6 2.46 .917 Shrewsbury, Mass. 1987-88 30GP5-6-11 Dollard Des Ormeaux, Que. 1992-96 88GP-17-19-36 Seabrook, N.H. 1928-31 2005-09 150GP 34-63-97 Revere, Mass. 1962-63 20GP-9-9-18 Weston, Mass. 1991-95 132GP-35-85-120 Calgary, Alb. 1980-84 134GP-71-86-157 Chepachet, R.I. 2004-07 53GP-5-7-12 Hooksett, N.H. 1973-77 121GP-19-72-91 Melrose, Mass. 1985-89 113GP-10-13-23 Iselin N.J. 1950-51 1955-56 1924-25 1999-03 131GP-33-41-74 Andover, Mass. 1979-83 125GP-28-63-91 St. Paul, Minn. 1993-97 57GP-5-5-10 Potsdam, N.Y.

Radja, Mike Raeder, Cap Ramsdell, Chad Randall, Carl Rando, Joe Ray, Robert Read, Walter Reed, Lawrence Reeve, Ron Regan, Hugh Regan, Kevin Reinhart, Alvin Rice, John

2004-08 149GP 54-63-117 Yorkville, Ill. 1972-75 69GP-42-22-3 3.21 .896 Needham, Mass. 1970-71 1937-38,39-40 1973-77 1949-50 1956-59 1946-47 1978-82 54GP-10-27-37 Stony Plain, Alb. 1950-52 2004-08 112GP 70-29-10 2.27 .935 So. Boston, Mass. 1927-29 1955-56

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R

106GP-70-43-113

Centerville, Mass.

135GP-66-98-164 28GP-6-9-15

Springfield, Mass. Berlin, N.H.

36GP1-2-3

144GP8-59-67 119GP-15-25-40

75GP-8-30-38 75GP63-48-111 91GP-9-18-27

Concord, N.H.

Braintree, Mass. Rochester Hills, Mich.

Birmingham, Mich. Vancover, B.C. Calgary, Alb.

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T

Richardson, Jack Richmond, James Riley, Edwin Rintoul, Bruce Roberge, Harvey Robinson, Dwayne Robinson, Ralph Robison, Scott Rogers, John Rogers, Johnny Rogers, Zigmund Roper, Albert Rossetti, Mike Rossman, Dan Rota, Greg Roth, Mike Rothwell, Bill H. Rothwell, Bill J. Roy, Frank Royal, Eric Russell, Ted

1939-40 1983-87 141GP-56-104-160 Toronto, Ont. 1930-31 1977-81 70GP-13-16-29 Oakville, Ont. 1930-31 1981-85 140GP-12-27-39 Dorval, Que. 1981-85 127GP-43-83-126 Reading, Mass. 1994-95 7GP-0-0-0 Wrentham, Mass. 1926-28 1997-01 133GP12-30-42 Etobicoke, Ont. 1935-37 1938-40 1984-88 129GP50-56-106 Woburn, Mass. 2006-08 21GP-1-3-4 Boxford, Mass. 1982-86 78GP-18-49-5 4.92 .866 Randolph, Mass. 1985-87 71GP-35-31-2 3.92 .894 White Bear Lake, Minn. 1965-67 1965-68 1975-79 131GP-71-103-174 Berlin N.H. 1991-95 101GP-35-61-96 Rochester N.H. 1991-95 144GP-10-42-52 St John’s, Newfoundland

Saboski, Arthur Sadowski, John Sakoian, Albert Salin, John Saunders, George Savard, Scott Saviano, Steve Savidge, Dave Sayward, William Schipper, William Schmidtke, Kent Schrader, Kevin Scott, Tyler Scott, Tyler Sharpe, Ken Sheen, Dave Shields, Tim Shipulski, Jason Shramek, Matt Silengo, Jeff Silva, Ed Simpson, John Singleton, Bruce Sislo, Mike Skidmore, Shane Sleeth, George Smith, Bob Smith, Guy Smith, Larry Smith, Steve Smith, Trevor Sobozenski, Ted Soltys, Eric Sorkin, Nick Souza, Mike Spearman, William Speelman, Dalton St. Laurent, Jeff St. Onge, Tom Stack, Seamus Stafford, Garrett Steenson, Craig Steffy, James Stewart, Glenn Stiles, John Stoutenburg, Peter Sullivan, Mike Surdam, Paul Sutherland, Colin Swain, Matt Swanson, Pete Sweeny, Tom Switzer, Craig Szturm, Pat

1948-49 1996-2000 153GP-29-41-70 Glenview, Ill. 1940-42 1960-61 1947-48 2006-present 0GP-0-0-0 Framingham, Mass. 2000-04 139GP-50-57-117 Reading, Mass. 1964-67 90GP-28-27-55 Durham, N.H. 1924-25 1933-36 1991-95 137GP-9-52-61 St. Charles, Ill. 1985-87 32GP-1-0-1 Burnsville, M.N. 1999-04 83GP-9-13-22 Rockville, M.D. 2008-present 0GP 0-0-0 Ridgefield, Conn. 1963-66 1966-69 66GP-39-44-83 Galt, Ont. 1985-89 110GP-29-36-65 Longsault, Ont. 1996-00 101GP-60-93-153 Saugus, Mass. 1979-81 38GP-9-10-19 Burlington, Mass. 2010-present 0GP 0-0-0 Madison, Conn. 1960-62 1949-52 41-42,46-47 2007-present 115GP 36-32-68 Superior, Wis. 1982-86 133GP-30-69-99 Holtsville, N.Y. 1946-50 1970-72 64GP-0-3-3 Scarborough, Ont. 1969-72 88GP-46-107-153 Ottawa, Ont. 1967-70 1985-86 24GP-5-2-7 Reading, Mass. 2005-07 78GP-31-32-64 North Vancouver, B.C. 1958-61 1996-97 2010-present 0GP 0-0-0 Rockville, Md 1996-00 156GP-66-90-156 Wakefield, Mass. 1939-40 2009-present 32GP-3-4-7 San Jose, Calif. 1990-91 0GP-0-0-0 Rochester N.H. 1977-79 2001-02 1999-03 134GP14-67-81 Los Angeles, Calif. 1979-83 64GP-12-27-39 Newark, Del. 1933-35 1990-94 144GP-51-51-102 Scarborough, Ont. 1953-55 1967-70 60GP-8-20-28 Collingwood, Ont. 1992-96 146GP40-62-102 Reading, Mass. 1976-79 1965-67 27GP-12-8-20 Stroud, Ont. 1997-01 103GP-33-33-66 Oakville, Ont. 1951-53 1969-70 4GP0-1-1 Quincy, Mass. 2004-08 158GP 12-55-67 Peachland, B.C. 1987-90 51GP-11-26-4 4.18 .885 Thunder Bay, Ont.

S

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U

Umile, Richard Upton, Joseph

1969-72 1957-60

Van Buskirk, Pete van Riemsdyk, James Vatter, Edwin Vinz, Shawn Vranek, Danny

1962-65 2007-09 1925-27 2003-07 2007-09

Waghorne, Mike Walsh, Bob Walsh, Dick Walsh, Tim Wark, David Wells, Lloyd Wendelin, Carl Wentzell, John West, Rod White, Charles White, George White, Mark White, Winslow Whitney, Paul Wilder, Warren Winkler, Eugene Winnes, Chris Winnik, Daniel Wood, Harry Woodman, Dean Wooldridge, William Wotton, Peter Wright,Kurt Wyer, Jeff Wyman, Eliot

1977-81 93GP-8-40-48 1964-67 1969-70 1996-00 102GP6-19-25 1929-32 1930-31 1927-28,29-30 1938-41 1967-68 28GP-1-5-6 1955-56 1980-83 52GP-26-34-60 1997-01 133GP8-9-17 1930-33 1956-57 1958-60 1927-28 1987-91 117GP53-68-121 2003-06 119GP-119-37-58-95 1930-31,37-39 1993-94 38GP-4-3-7 1929-31 1983-87 59GP-1-8-9 2002-03 0GP0-0-0 2010-present 0GP 0-0-0 1924-25

Yandle, Brian Yantzi, Ross Young, Norman

2002-06 1978-82 1927-29

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W

Y

87GP-60-84-144

67GP 28-46-74 101GP-4-6-10 7GP 1-1-2

153GP-31-68-99

Saskatoon, Sask. Exeter, N.H. Brockton, Mass. Gilford, N.H Derry, N.H. Willowdale, Ont. Exeter, N.H. Sarnia, Ont. Altmont, N.Y. Wilton, N.H. Brockton, Mass. Avon, Mass. Milton, Mass.

Melrose, Mass.

Middletown, N.J. Rochester, Minn. New Port Richey, Fla.

Medinah, Ill. Concord, N.H.

Excelsior, Minn. Hampton, N.H. Arlington, Mass. Woburn, Mass.

Ridgefield, Conn. Mississauga, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Rochester, N.H. Barnstable, Mass. Reading, Mass.

Milton, Mass.

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1

Brett Abel......................................1989-93 Al Adams....................................... 1948-51 Nick Anderson.............................2002-03 Joe Bellevance ............................1959-60 Rod Blackburn.....................58-59, 60-61 A.J. Bucchino................................2003-04 Colin Clark.....................................1964-66 Tim Collins...................1999-00, 2001-02 Doug Dunning............................1961-64 Mark Evans . .................................1975-78 Michael Filardo . .........................1998-01 Walter Fournier........................... 1948-51 Stuart Fricke....................................... 2008 Bruce Gillies .................................1982-85 John Kennedy . ...........................1956-58 Brian Larochelle......................... 1995-97 Ken Lorance..................................1977-79 Dan Magnarelli........................... 1975-77 Kirk Manke....................................2005-07 Rick Metzer .................................1966-69 Greg Moffett . ..............................1978-80 Denver Moorehead ..................1986-87 Cap Raeder ..................................1972-75 Tyler Scott.................. 2008-present Bob Smith ....................................1970-72 Larry Smith ..................................1967-70 Pat Szturm . ..................................1987-90

2

Brian Byrnes ................................1981-85 Bob Davis .....................................1968-71 Kevin Dean ..................................1987-91 Jamie Fritsch................................2005-09 Dave Hagerman .........................1965-68 Connor Hardowa........ 2009-present Charles Heelan ...........................1957-60 Glenn Hunter ..............................1971-75 Erik Johnson ................................1995-98 Rod Langway ..............................1975-77 Kent Schmidtke . ........................1991-95 Tyler Scott ....................................1999-04 Mike Waghorne . ........................1977-81

3

Ken Alpern ...................................1961-62 Sean Austin.................................. 1997-01 Robbie Barker..............................2001-05 Austin Block............... 2009-present Graham Bruder . .........................1966-69 Jeff Cournoyer ............................1985-87 Gary Hrushka ..............................1970-73 Steve Kinnealy ............................1977-78 Kirk Lussier . .................................1982-84 Frank Messina .............................1988-92 Bryan Muir ...................................1992-95 Willard Payson................ 1950-51,52-53 Paul Powers................................. 1973-77 Ken Sharpe................................... 1963-66 Joseph Upton .............................1957-60 Ross Yantzi ...................................1978-82

4

Mark Babcock .............................1985-86 Bob Blood ....................................1975-78 Christian Bragnalo ....................1997-99 Albert Brodeur............................ 1956-59 Scott Burkhart ............................1979-81 Steve Camuso .............................1961-64 George Frigard ...........................1957-60 Mickey Goulet ............................1966-69 Gary Jacquith . ............................1967-70 Damon Kipp............... 2008-present Mike Lubesnick...........................2000-04 Rob McCarthy .............................1970-73 Tim Murray ..................................1993-97 Dave O’Connor . .........................1964-66 Dwayne Robinson . ...................1981-85 Craig Switzer...........................2004-2008 Matt Trenovich ...........................1987-91 Kevin Truelson............................ 1999-00

5

Dana Barbin . ...............................1977-81 Gil Bray ..........................................1950-53 Allister Brown .............................1983-87 Greg Dumont . ............................1995-97 Kevin Kapstad . ...........................2006-09 Eric Knodel................. 2010-present Eric Lind ........................................1997-00 Pete Merrill . .................................1961-64 Mick Mounsey.............................2001-04 Ed Mullen .....................................1959-62

Dan Muse .....................................1981-85 Rick Olmstead............................. 1971-74 Eric Royal ......................................1991-95 Peter Stoutenburg ....................1967-70 Bob Walsh ....................................1964-67 Chris Winnes ...............................1987-91

6

Paul Brunelle ...............................1969-71 John Hollingsworth ..................1949-50 Tim Horst.......................................2000-01 Michael Hutchins..................................2002-06 Raymond March ........................1957-60 Mike McCready............................1994-96 Brendan McEniry .......................1996-00 Jim McGrath ................................1989-93 Bill Noble ......................................1965-68 Peter Noonan ..................................72-73,74-75,76-77 Ed Olsen . ......................................1979-82 Dan Prachar .................................1985-89 Scott Savard.............................2006-2007 Shane Skidmore . .......................1982-86 Mark Tully .....................................1966-69 Pete Van Buskirk ........................1962-65

7

Travis Banga.................................2000-01 Christian Bragnalo......................1995-96 Bob Brandt . .................................1966-69 Pat Bottino....................................1994-95 Mike Burkhart .............................1971-75 Gary Burns ...................................1974-78 Joe Charlebois.........................................2005-09 Rob Donovan ..............................1990-94 Peter Douris . ...............................1983-85 Louis Frigon . ...............................1968-71 Brad Houston.............................. 1963-66 David MacIntyre......................... 1987-91 Greg Manz.................. 2009-present Robert Patch................................ 1957-60 Adrien Plavsic .............................1987-88 Joe Rando..................................... 1973-77 Ed Silva ..........................................1960-62 Mike Souza ..................................1996-00 Tyson Teplitsky..................................2001-05 Peter Thompson ........................1961-63 George White . ............................1980-83

8

Paul Barton.................................. 1980-84 Bill Batchelder . ...........................1962-65 Scott Brown .................................1984-87 Gary Clark . ...................................1979-80 Greg Collins..................................2005-09 Jayme Filipowicz . ......................1996-99 Joe Flanagan ...............................1988-92 Jamie Hislop ................................1972-76 Mike Ontkean .............................1966-69 Steve Saviano...............................2000-04 Guy Smith..................................... 1969-72 Mike Sullivan............................... 1992-96 Colin Sutherland . ......................1965-67 Robert Towse...............................1960-63

9

David Aiken .................................1986-90 Schuyler Berry ............................1948-50 Andy Brickley ..............................1979-82 Bill Bryan . .....................................1964-65 Gordie Clark . ...............................1971-74 Sean Collins..................................2001-03 John Corriveau........................... 1974-76 Rich David ....................................1966-69 Tom Dolan.....................................1950-52 Peter Herms................................. 1982-86 Francis Jennings ........................1957-59 Greg Klym ....................................1989-93 Peter LeBlanc.....................2007-present Mike McShane............................ 1968-71 Jacob Micflikier....................................2003-07 Bob Miller................... 1974-75, 1976-77 Mick Mounsey.............................2000-01 Sam Nichols . ...............................1959-62 Tom Nolan.................................... 1993-98 Joe O’Keefe.................................. 1962-65 Tim Walsh .....................................1998-00

10

Justin Aikins..................................2001-03 Terry Blewett ...............................1969-72 Allan Clark ....................................1967-70 Sean Collins..................................2003-05 Terry Flanagan............................ 1975-79

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11

Ryan Brandt................................. 1967-70 Robert Christy............................. 1950-53 Matt Dzieduszycki......................1998-99 Barry Edgar ..................................1973-77 Lanny Gare . .................................1999-01 Jeff Hatch .....................................1965-66 John King .....................................1972-74 Jeff Lazaro ....................................1986-90 Steve Leach...................................1984-86 Scott Malone . .............................1991-94 Nathan Martz...............................2001-04 Eric Nickulas ................................1994-97 John Normand ...........................1976-80 Scott Pavelski............. 2009-present Edward Peabody........................ 1963-65 Jerry Pollastrone.........................2005-09 Dan Potter . ..................................1980-84 George Sleeth............................. 1946-50

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Justin Agosta............. 2010-present Frank Barth ..................................1977-81 Christian Bragnalo......................1996-97 Greg Blow . ...................................1989-93 Warren Brown . ...........................1972-74 Bobby Butler.......................... 2006-2009 Steve Drapeau ............................1963-64 Todd Hall....................................... 1995-96 Colin Hemingway.......................2001-03 Mark Johnson .............................1986-90 Bill Munroe ..................................1969-72 Mike Radja....................................2004-05 Ralph Robinson.......................... 1981-85 Dave Savidge ..............................1964-67 Steve Smith .................................1985-86 Mark White................................... 1997-01 Dean Woodman . .......................1993-95

13

Mark Doherty . ............................1981-84 Mike Glennon .............................1984-86 Richard Haggerty ......................1962-63 Ron Noble.....................................1961-62 Paul Surdam................................ 1976-79 Chris Thayer .................................1987-88

14

W.R. Bartlett .................................1930-31 Mike Borisenok.......... 2008-present Josh Ciocco...................................2003-07 David Busch................................. 1999-02 David Dalton ...............................1983-84 Dan Forget................................... 1979-83 John Gray .....................................1969-72 Ryan Harris . .................................1995-99 Barry Jones ..................................1963-66 Mark Kolanos...............................2002-03 Bill LaCouture .............................1987-91 Jeff Lenz ...........................1992-93, 94-95 Clarence “Buzz” Littell . .............1961-64 Dave Lumley ...............................1973-77 Ken McKinnon............................ 1959-62 Mike Sislo.................................2007-2008

15

Jim Abbott ...................................1999-03 Quintin Brickley .........................1984-88 Preston Callander.......................2003-05 Ken Chisolm ................................1980-84 Danny Dries..................................2007-09 Jon Fontas . ..................................1974-78

Brett Hemingway.......................2005-07 Brett Kostolansky...... 2009-present Dan McPherson . ........................1978-79 Steve O’Brien ..............................1995-99 Tom O’Brien..................................1994-95 Harold “Dude” Thorn . ...............1963-66 Richard Umile............................. 1969-72

16

Al Adams........................................1948-51 Ed Boyce .......................................1960-62 Alan Catto ....................................1968-71 Cliff Cox......................................... 1972-76 Chris Grassie................................ 1986-90 Tim Hanley . .................................1984-88 John Henrion............. 2009-present Brad Holt....................................... 1976-79 Matt Hoppe..................................2001-04 Peter LeBlanc...............................2006-07 Greg Manz.....................................2007-09 Nathan Martz...............................2000-01 Jay Miller . .....................................1979-83 Tom O’Brien . ..................1992-94, 95-96 Brian Pouliot.................................2004-05 Bill H. Rothwell . ..........................1965-67 Scott Robison...............................1994-95 John Sadowski ...........................1996-00

17

Riel Bellegarde............................ 1987-91 Dave Bertollo.............................. 1971-75 Eric Flinton ...................................1991-95 Thomas Fortney..........................2005-09 Bob Grant .....................................1969-70 Bob Gould ....................................1975-79 Colin Hemingway...................... 1999-01 Robert Houley ............................1950-53 John Olevitz..................................1984-85 Chad Onufrechuk...................... 1995-99 Josh Prudden...............................2001-03 Bill J. Rothwell .............................1965-68 John Simpson .............................1949-52 Craig Steenson ...................79-81, 82-83 Paul Thompson.......... 2009-present Kevin Thurston ...........................1984-86 Dan Travis......................................2003-05

18

Justin Aikins..................................2003-05 Frank Anzalone........................... 1973-74 Tim Churchard . ..........................1963-64 Bruce Crowder . ..........................1975-79 Corey-Joe Ficek.......................... 1997-01 Lanny Gare....................................2001-03 Adam Hayes ................................1988-89 Chris Hensen............................... 1990-92 Mark Kaneb..................................1972-73 Nick Krates ..... ........................2006-2009 Bob McCarthy............................. 1963-66 Guy Pederzani ............................1935-36 Bill Pelletreau ..............................1970-71 Chris Pryor . ..................................1979-83 Brian Putnam ..............................1993-97 James Richmond .......................1983-87 Jeff Silengo................. 2010-present Tom Sweeny.................................1969-70

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Domenic Amodeo..................... 1988-92 Fred Daley.................................... 1973-74 Dylan Dellezay.............................1994-97 Jason Dexter ...............................1990-94 Brad Flaishans..............................2004-08 Bob Francis.................................. 1977-80 Jim Harvie.................................... 1973-77 Dave Hinman.............................. 1970-71 Tim Horst.......................................2001-04 Richard Lamontagne ...............1960-63 Steve Lyons . ................................1980-83 Ken Marchand ............................1968-69 Al Myer ..........................................1963-64 Johnny Rogers............................ 1997-01 Mike Roth .....................................1985-87 Mike Sislo................... 2008-present Doug Towler................................ 1971-73 Rod West....................................... 1967-68

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20

Joe Bartlett................................... 1965-68 Tim Burke....................................... 1973-77 Buster Clegg................................ 1956-59 Sean Coady . ................................1977-81 Brad English ................................1996-98 Kevin Fahey .................................1968-70 Al Graham ....................................1963-64 Darren Haydar............................ 1998-02 Blake Kessel............... 2009-present Norm Lacombe ..........................1981-83 Scott Morrow.............................. 1988-92 Chris Murray.................................2003-07 Steve Pleau.................................. 1992-96 Chad Ramsdell............................ 1970-71 Paul Thompson..........................................2007-09 Peter Wotton ...............................1983-87

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Bill Beaney.................................... 1970-73 Greg Boudreau ...........................1985-88 Preston Callander.......................2001-03 Jesse Cooper ...............................1989-93 John Doherty...............................2003-05 Craig Gwinn . ...............................1995-97 David Lee . ....................................1981-85 Brian Pouliot..........................................2005-07 Bruce Rintoul ..............................1977-81 Ted Russell ...................................1991-95 Dave Sheen.................................. 1966-69 Nick Sorkin................. 2010-present Matt Swain................................... 1997-01 James van Riemsdyk.....................................2007-09 Dick Walsh . ..................................1969-70

22

Bob Blood......................................1974-75 Ralph Cox..................................... 1975-79 Dan Enders................................... 1996-00 Brian Foley....................................2003-05 Rick Lambert ...............................1984-88 Dave McAllister.......................... 1982-84 Steve Morrow.............................. 1988-91 Steve Moses............... 2008-present Pat Norton . ..................................1992-97 Mike Radja...............................2006-2008 Tom St. Onge . .............................1977-79 Kevin Truelson.............................2000-03

23

Derek Bekar .................................1995-98 Phil DeSimone............................... 2007-2008 Chris Dube....................................1999-00 Scott Ellison .................................1981-85 Brett Hemingway.......................2003-05 Matt Hoppe..................................2000-01 Erik Johnson.................................1994-95 Kevin McCarey........... 2008-present Walter Read .................................1956-59 Frank Roy...................................... 1975-79 Kevin Schrader........................... 1985-87 Matt Shramek .............................1979-81 Trevor Smith.................................2005-07 Jeff St. Laurent............................ 1990-91 Kurt Wright...................................2002-03

24

Matt Campanale.................2007-present Ryan Cordeiro .............................1998-00 John DiNapoli............................. 1979-81 Chris Laganas . ............................1983-87 Bruce MacDonald...................... 1987-91 Joe Marsh......................................1974-75 Nick Poole ....................................1991-95 Charles Prescott .........................1950-51 Seamus Stack...............................2001-02 Shawn Vinz...................................2003-07 Tim Walsh......................................1996-98

25

Mike Beck................... 2007-present David Busch..................................1998-99 Patrick Foley................................ 1999-04 Kristian Hanson...........................1994-96 Lars Johannson ..........................1986-87

39

Jason Shipulski.......................1996-1998 Glenn Stewart . ...........................1990-94

26

Greg Burke................. 2009-present Eddie Caron.....................2001-02, 03-04 Bob Chebator.............................. 1990-94 Mark Dorval .................................1986-88 Norm Doucet ..............................1950-51 Rob Gagnon ................................1994-98 Kevin Kapstad.........................................2005-06 Savo Mitrovic ..............................1988-92 Josh Prudden.............................. 1999-01 Danny Vranek...............................2007-09

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Chris Dube....................................1998-99 Kevin Goumas............ 2010-present Joey Moran ..................................1994-97 Danny Rossman............................................2006-08 Tim Shields ..................................1985-89 Garrett Stafford.......................... 1999-03 Kevin Thomson ..........................1989-93 Daniel Winnik...............................2003-06

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Tom Canavan.............................. 1960-63 Corey Cash................................... 1994-95 George Healey . ..........................1949-52 Steve Horner ...............................1985-89 Ansel Ivens-Anderson... 2009-present Blake Kessel..................................2008-09 Jason Krog ...................................1995-99 Andrew Leach..............................2002-06

29

Ty Conklin..................................... 1998-01 Mike Guilbert ..............................1991-92 Eric Fitzgerald .............................1992-97 Brian Foster..............................2006-2009 Jeff Pietrasiak........................................2002-06

30

Nate Armstrong .........................1996-97 Matt Carney................................. 1997-02 Trent Cavicchi .............................1992-96 Matt DiGirolamo........ 2008-present Jim McInerny . .............................1991-92 Pat Morrison . ..............................1987-91 Todd Pearson ..............................1981-83 Greg Rota .....................................1982-86

31

Mike Ayers.....................................2000-01 Brad Erbsland...............................1995-96 Mike Heinke ................................1993-95 Jeff Levy ........................................1990-92 Eric Soltys......................................1996-97

32

Dylan Dellezay . ..........................1997-98 Todd Hall........................................1993-95 Kevin Regan.............................2004-2008

33 34 35 36 37

Eric Boguniecki ..........................1993-97 Brian Yandle..................................2002-06 Mike Ayers ...................................2001-04 Trevor Amundrud.......................1994-96 Jeff Wyer..................... 2010-present Mark Kolanos...............................2003-06 Tim Collins.................................... 1999-00 Matt Dzieduszycki..................... 1999-00

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Travis Banga.................................2000-02 Phil DeSimone........... 2008-present Matt Fornataro.....................................2004-08

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Sean Matile ..................................1996-99 Andrew Frechette .....................1951-52

Unknown Wildcats Numbers

George Abbe............................... 1930-33 Karl Adams................................... 1941-42 Robert Allar .................................1939-41 Harold Angwin ...........................1932-35 Henry Applin . .............................1925-26 David Austin . ..............................1947-49 James Ayer................................... 1952-53 George Bacheller....................... 1931-34 John Barry.................................... 1951-53 Donald Begin ..............................1946-49 Paul Bilafer................................... 1951-52 Edward Blewett.......................... 1924-26 Donald Bowler . ..........................1932-34 Matt Brady.....................................1981-82 Paul Briand . .................................1946-48 Robert Brophy.............................1953-54 Wilson Brunel . ............................1939-41 John Callahan............................. 1949-51 Alan Carlsen ................................1953-54 Arthur Carlson ...............1937-38, 39-40 Edwin Carlson . ..............1939-40, 41-42 Calvin Chandler . ...........1949-50, 55-56 Roland Chandler ........................1925-28 Montgomery Childs.................. 1952-55 William Christy ...........................1948-50 George Colburn......................... 1928-31 Fred Comings . ............................1948-50 Linwood Congdon.................... 1933-34 Paul Conway................................ 1939-41 Julius Corosa............................... 1933-34 James Couser.............................. 1937-39 Doug Cowie . ...............................1955-57 Howard Crins.............................. 1926-27 Harry Croke . ................................1928-31 Robert Cullis................................ 1937-38 Warren Davidson........................1939-40 Jim Dempsey ..............................1937-40 Charles Dolloff . ..........................1930-31 Andrew Dube .............................1955-58 William Facey ...........1934-35, 1936- 37 Robert Feero .............................. 1949-50 Edward Fish................................. 1955-56 William Forbes............................ 1946-48 Maurice Fournier .......................1936-39 Frederick Fudge .........................1924-26 William Gardner............ 1951-52, 53-54 Joseph Garrison......................... 1941-42 Leo Garvey ...................................1927-28 Charles Gilgun ............................1938-39 Edward Githins . .........................1953-56 Neil Glynn..................................... 1948-49 Fred Graves................ 1950-51, 1952-53 Charles Grocott.......................... 1932-35 Robert Hall . .................................1953-56 Howard Hanley ..........................1929-32 Robert Hargraves ......................1935-36 Carroll Haseltine ........................1938-39 David Hazzard............................. 1935-36 Paul Higgins ...................1928-29, 30-31 John Hooper ...............................1939-40 Kenneth Huff . .............................1938-39 Edward Hunt............................... 1928-29 Nicholas Ide................................. 1925-27 Robert Johnson............. 1954-55, 57-58 William Johnston....................... 1951-55 Robert Keefe ...............................1952-53 Robert Keith................................ 1946-49 Paul Kelly...................................... 1956-57 Thomas Kelly............................... 1946-48 George Kerr .................................1935-36 Leo Kravchuk ..............................1954-58 Frank Lanza . ................................1946-47 Roger Leclerc ..............................1956-58 Karl Manchester......................... 1934-37 Richard Mannion....................... 1933-35 George Marineau....................... 1956-58 Butch Martin ...............................1973-74 Horace Martin . ...........................1939-41 Russell Martin .............................1935-38

Wendall Martin . .........................1935-38 Bill Mayher................................... 1961-63 William McDermott.................. 1933-35 Donald McFarland..................... 1928-30 William McLaughlin . ................1934-35 James McMahon .......................1936-37 Francis McSwiney...................... 1930-32 Herbert Merrill . ..........................1934-37 Albert Michaud ..........................1928-30 Allan Mitchener .........................1934-36 Everett Moore............................. 1928-29 William Moore ............................1946-49 John Morton................................ 1924-25 Richard Nichols ..........................1948-49 Edward Noel................................ 1946-49 Kenneth Norris........................... 1934-37 Ted Novak..................................... 1930-33 Paul Nugent................................. 1941-42 Robert O’Kane ............................1941-42 Donald Otis .................................1936-38 Rocco Palumbo.......................... 1949-50 Raymond Paquin........................1940-41 John Parkinson . .........................1929-31 Leland Partidge . ........................1931-34 Raymond Patten ........................1936-39 Donald Penley ............................1929-32 Warren Percival ..........................1925-28 Darren Perkins............................ 1936-37 Lawrence Perkins........................1940-42 Edward Plourde..............1928-29, 30-31 Bob Pollini ....................................1962-63 P.C. Pritchard................................ 1924-25 William Proudman ....................1924-25 Robert Quinn ..............................1939-42 William Quinn .............................1936-38 Carl Randall ................1937-38,1939-40 Robert Ray ...................................1949-50 Lawrence Reed . .........................1946-47 Hugh Regan ................................1950-52 Alvin Reinhart .............................1927-29 John Rice ......................................1955-56 Jack Richardson......................... 1939-40 Edwin Riley ..................................1930-31 Harvey Roberge .........................1930-31 John Rogers . ...............................1926-28 Zigmund Rogers........................ 1935-37 Albert Roper................................ 1938-40 Arthur Saboski . ..........................1948-49 Albert Sakoian ............................1940-42 John Salin..................................... 1960-61 George Saunders . .....................1947-48 William Sayward ........................1924-25 William Schipper .......................1933-36 Bruce Singleton . ...........1941-42, 46-47 William Spearman..................... 1939-40 James Steffy ................................1933-35 John Stiles.................................... 1953-55 Jerry Thayer................................. 1941-42 William Tucker............................ 1956-57 Ernest Twombly .........................1954-56 Edwin Vatter ................................1925-27 David Wark................................... 1929-32 Lloyd Wells ...................................1930-31 Carl Wendelin.............................. 1927-30

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THE ELITE ‘CATS STANLEY CUP FINALS PARTICIPANT ‘06, ‘08 & ‘09 TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN TY CONKLIN ‘01

Conklin has been to the Stanley Cup finals three times in his decorated career including two of the past three seasons as a member of Pittsburgh in 2008 and Detroit in 2009. He is currently under contract with the St. Louis Blues.

Former Wildcat Ty Conklin is the only player in NHL history to play in each of the first three outdoor games. He started in goal for the Edmonton Oliers in the NHL’s first outdoor game, which drew an all-time record crowd of 57, 167 Nov. 22, 2003 in Edmonton, Alberta. He followed that up with a start and win against the Buffalo Sabres in the NHL’s second outdoor game Jan. 1, 2008 in Buffalo, N.Y. as a member of the Penguins. Most recently, Conklin started and won on New Year’s Day 2009 for the Detroit Red Wings in a win over the Chicago Blackhawks at historic Wrigley Field.

Conklin also helped Team USA to a bronze medal finish as the starting goalie in the World Championships in the spring of 2004.


2010-11 UNH MEN’S ICE HOCKEY MEDIA GUIDE

Cats in the NHL Derek Bekar Year Team 99-00 St. Louis 02-03 Los Angeles 03-04 NY Islanders Total

GP 1 6 4 11

G 0 0 0 0

A 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0

Eric Boguniecki Year Team 99-00 Florida 00-01 St. Louis 01-02 St. Louis 02-03 St. Louis 03-04 St. Louis 05-06 St. Louis/Pittsburgh 06-07 NY Islanders Total

GP 4 1 8 80 27 47 11 178

G 0 0 0 22 6 6 0 34

A 0 0 1 27 4 10 0 42

P 0 0 1 49 10 16 0 76

Andy Brickley Year Team 82-83 Philadelphia 83-84 Pittsburgh 84-85 Pittsburgh 86-87 New Jersey 87-88 New Jersey 88-89 Boston 89-90 Boston 90-91 Boston 91-92 Boston Total

GP 3 50 45 51 45 71 43 40 23 371

G 1 18 7 11 8 13 12 2 10 82

A 1 20 15 12 14 22 28 9 17 138

P 2 38 22 23 22 35 40 11 27 220

Gary Burns Year Team 80-81 NY Rangers

GP 11

G 2

A 2

P 4

Bobby Butler (Ottawa) Year Team 09-10 Ottawa Total

GP 2 2

G 0 0

A 0 0

P 0 0

Gordie Clark Year Team 74-75 Boston 75-76 Boston Total

GP 1 7 8

Ty Conklin (St. Louis) Year Team GP 01-02 Edmonton 4 03-04 Edmonton 38 05-06 Edmonton 18 06-07 Columbus/Buffalo 16 07-08 PIttsburgh 33 08-09 Detriot 40 09-10 St. Louis 26 Total 175

G 0 0 0 W-L-T 2-0-0 17-14-4 8-5-1 1-2-0 18-8-0-5 25-11-2 10-10-0 83-53-4

A 0 1 1

P 0 1 1

Bruce Crowder Year Team 81-82 Boston 82-83 Boston 83-84 Boston 84-85 Pittsburgh Total

GP 63 80 74 26 243

G 16 21 6 4 47

A 11 19 14 7 51

P 27 40 20 11 98

Kevin Dean Year Team 94-95 New Jersey 95-96 New Jersey 96-97 New Jersey 97-98 New Jersey 98-99 New Jersey 99-00 Atlanta 99-00 Dallas 99-00 Chicago 00-01 Chicago Total

John Gray Year Team 74-75 Phoenix 75-76 Phoenix 76-77 Phoenix 76-77 Houston 77-78 Houston 78-79 Winnipeg Totals

GP 75 79 28 47 77 57 363

G 35 35 10 21 35 10 146

A 33 45 10 20 23 15 146

P 68 80 20 41 58 25 292

GP 17 41 28 50 62 23 14 27 69 331

G 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 7

A 1 6 4 8 10 0 0 8 11 48

P 1 6 6 9 11 1 0 10 11 55

Darren Haydar (Colorado) Year Team 02-03 Nashville 06-07 Atlanta 07-08 Atlanta 09-10 Colorado Total

GP 2 4 16 1 23

G 0 0 1 0 1

A 0 0 7 0 7

P 0 0 8 0 8

Peter Douris Year Team 85-86 Winnipeg 86-87 Winnipeg 87-88 Winnipeg 89-90 Boston 90-91 Boston 91-92 Boston 92-93 Boston 93-94 Anaheim 94-95 Anaheim 95-96 Anaheim 97-98 Dallas Total

GP 11 6 4 36 39 54 19 74 46 37 1 321

G 0 0 0 5 5 10 4 12 10 8 0 54

A 0 0 2 6 2 13 4 22 11 7 0 67

P 0 0 2 11 7 23 8 34 21 15 0 121

Jon Fontas Year Team 79-80 Minnesota 80-81 Minnesota Total

GP 1 1 2

G 0 0 0

A 0 0 0

P 0 0 0

Jamie Hislop Year Team 79-80 Quebec 80-81 Quebec 80-81 Calgary 81-82 Calgary 82-83 Calgary 83-84 Calgary Total

GP 80 50 29 80 79 27 345

G 19 19 6 16 14 1 75

A 20 22 9 25 19 8 103

P 39 41 15 41 33 9 178

Jason Krog (Atlanta) Year Team 99-00 NY Islanders 00-01 NY Islanders 01-02 NY Islanders 02-03 Anaheim 03-04 Anaheim 06-07 NY Rangers/Atlanta 08-09 Vancouver Total

GP 17 9 2 67 80 23 4 202

G 2 0 0 10 6 3 1 22

A 4 3 0 15 12 3 0 37

P 6 3 0 25 18 6 1 59

Norm Lacombe Year Team 84-85 Buffalo 85-86 Buffalo 86-87 Buffalo 86-87 Edmonton 87-88 Edmonton 88-89 Edmonton 89-90 Edmonton 89-90 Philadelphia 90-91 Philadelphia Total

GP 30 25 39 1 53 64 15 18 74 319

G 2 6 4 0 8 17 5 0 11 53

A 4 7 7 0 9 11 2 2 20 62

P 6 13 11 0 17 28 7 2 31 115

Rod Langway Year Team 78-79 Montreal 79-80 Montreal 80-81 Montreal 81-82 Montreal 82-83 Washington 83-84 Washington 84-85 Washington 85-86 Washington 86-87 Washington 87-88 Washington 88-89 Washington 89-90 Washington 90-91 Washington 91-92 Washington 92-93 Washington Total

GP 45 77 80 66 80 80 79 71 78 63 76 58 56 64 21 994

G 3 7 11 5 3 9 4 1 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 51

A 4 29 34 34 29 24 22 17 25 13 19 8 7 13 0 278

P 7 36 45 39 32 33 26 18 27 16 21 8 8 13 0 329

Bob Francis Year Team 82-83 Detroit

GP 14

G 2

A 0

P 2

Jamie Fritsch Year Team 08-09 Philadelphia Total

GP 1 1

G 0 0

A 0 0

P 0 0

Bob Gould Year Team 79-80 Atlanta 80-81 Calgary 81-82 Calgary 81-82 Washington 82-83 Washington 83-84 Washington 84-85 Washington 85-86 Washington 86-87 Washington 87-88 Washington 88-89 Washington 89-90 Boston Total

GP 1 3 16 60 80 78 78 79 78 72 75 77 697

G 0 0 3 18 22 21 14 19 23 12 5 8 145

A 0 0 0 13 18 19 19 19 27 14 13 17 159

P 0 0 3 31 40 40 33 38 50 26 18 25 304

GAA 1.62 2.42 2.80 3.34 2.51 2.51 2.48 2.56

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2009-10 HE REG.-SEASON CHAMPS, 9-STRAIGHT NCAA APPEARANCES, 31 ALL-AMERICANS Jeff Lazaro Year Team 90-91 Boston 91-92 Boston 92-93 Ottawa Total

GP 49 27 26 102

G 5 3 6 14

A 13 6 4 23

P 18 9 10 37

Steve Leach Year Team 85-86 Washington 86-87 Washington 87-88 Washington 88-89 Washington 89-90 Washington 90-91 Washington 91-92 Boston 92-93 Boston 93-94 Boston 94-95 Boston 95-96 Boston 95-96 St. Louis 96-97 St. Louis 97-98 Carolina 98-99 Ottawa 98-99 Phoenix 99-00 Pittsburgh Total

GP 11 15 8 74 70 68 78 79 42 35 59 14 17 45 9 22 56 702

G 1 1 1 11 18 11 31 26 5 5 9 2 2 4 0 1 2 130

A 1 0 1 19 14 19 29 25 10 6 13 4 1 5 2 1 3 153

P 2 1 2 30 32 30 60 51 15 11 22 6 3 9 2 2 5 283

Dave Lumley Year Team 78-79 Montreal 79-80 Edmonton 80-81 Edmonton 81-82 Edmonton 82-83 Edmonton 83-84 Edmonton 84-85 Hartford 84-85 Edmonton 85-86 Edmonton 86-87 Edmonton Total

Jay Miller Year Team 85-86 Boston 86-87 Boston 87-88 Boston 88-89 Boston 88-89 Los Angeles 89-90 Los Angeles 90-91 Los Angeles 91-92 Los Angeles Total

GP 3 80 53 66 72 56 48 12 46 1 437

GP 46 55 78 37 29 68 66 67 446

G 0 20 7 32 13 6 8 1 11 0 98

G 3 1 7 2 5 10 8 4 40

A 0 38 9 42 24 15 20 3 9 0 160

A 0 4 12 4 3 2 12 7 44

P 0 58 16 74 37 21 28 4 20 0 258

P 3 5 19 6 8 12 20 11 84

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Bob Miller Year Team 77-78 Boston 78-79 Boston 79-80 Boston 80-81 Boston 80-81 Colorado 81-82 Colorado 84-85 Los Angeles Total Scott Morrow Year Team 94-95 Calgary

GP 76 77 80 30 22 56 63 404

G 20 15 16 4 5 11 4 75

A 20 33 25 4 1 20 16 119

P 40 48 41 8 6 31 20 194

GP 4

G 0

A 0

P 0

GP 30 41 14 52 46 78 17 278

G 0 4 1 3 4 5 1 18

A 6 5 2 8 11 12 0 44

P 6 9 3 11 15 17 1 62

GP 5 7 1 53 11 30 10 8 22 32 72 26 279

G 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 8 3 16

A 0 0 0 4 3 1 3 0 1 2 18 4 37

P 0 0 0 5 5 2 3 0 2 2 26 7 53

Eric Nickulas Year Team 98-99 Boston 99-00 Boston 00-01 Boston 02-03 St. Louis 03-04 St. Louis/Chicago 05-06 Boston Total

GP 2 20 7 8 65 16 118

G 0 5 0 0 8 2 15

A 0 6 0 1 12 4 23

P 0 11 0 1 20 6 38

Adrien Plavsic Year Team 89-90 St. Louis 89-90 Vancouver 90-91 Vancouver 91-92 Vancouver 92-93 Vancouver 93-94 Vancouver 94-95 Vancouver 94-95 Tampa Bay 95-96 Tampa Bay 96-97 Anaheim Total

GP 4 11 48 16 57 47 3 15 7 6 214

G 0 3 2 1 6 1 0 2 1 0 16

A 1 2 10 9 21 9 1 1 2 0 56

P 1 5 12 10 27 10 1 3 3 0 72

Mark Mowers Year Team 98-99 Nashville 99-00 Nashville 01-02 Nashville 03-04 Detroit 05-06 Detroit 06-07 Boston 07-08 Anaheim Total Bryan Muir Year Team 95-96 Edmonton 97-98 Edmonton 98-99 New Jersey 98-99 Chicago 99-00 Chicago 99-00 Tampa Bay 00-01 Tampa Bay 00-01 Colorado 01-02 Colorado 02-03 Colorado 05-06 Washington 06-07 Washington Total

GP 4 7 50 3 1 7 10 82

G 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

A 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 4

P 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 5

Trevor Smith (NY Islanders) Year Team GP 08-09 NY Islanders 7 Total 7

G 1 1

A 0 0

P 1 1

Garrett Stafford (Dallas) Year Team 07-08 Detriot 08-09 Dallas Total

G 0 0 0

A 0 2 2

P 0 2 2

James van Riemsdyk (Philadelphia) Year Team GP G 09-10 Philadelphia 78 15 Total 78 15

A 20 20

P 35 35

Chris Winnes Year Team 91-92 Boston 92-93 Boston 93-94 Philadelphia Total

GP 24 5 4 33

G 1 0 0 1

A 3 1 2 6

P 4 1 2 7

Daniel Winnik (Colorado) Year Team 07-08 Phoenix 08-09 Phoenix 09-10 Phoenix Total

GP 79 49 74 202

G 11 3 4 18

A 15 4 15 34

P 26 7 19 52

GP 2 3 5

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Cats in the NHL Current UNH Players Chosen in the NHL Draft Greg Burke- Washington Capitals (6th Round, Pick No. 174, 2008)

Phil DeSimone- Washington Capitals (3rd Round, Pick No. 84, 2007)

Blake Kessel- New York Islanders (6th Round, Pick No. 166, 2007) Burke

DeSimone

Kessel

Knodel

Eric Knodel- Toronto Maple Leafs (5th Round, Pick No. 128, 2009)

OTHER WILDCAT SUPERLATIVES

FORMER ‘CATS IN HOCKEY

Hockey Hall of Fame Rod Langway

2003

United States Hockey Hall of Fame Charlie Holt

1997

Rod Langway

1999

American Hockey League MVP Darren Haydar

2007

Jason Krog

2008

Wildcats in the Olympics Jeff Lazaro

1994

Steve Leach

1988

Bob Miller

1976

Steve Leach (Team USA, 1988)

Charlie Holt (US Hockey Hall of Fame, 1997 Inductee)

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Jeff Lazaro (Team USA, 1994)

Dana Barbin Robbie Barker Bill Beaney Christian Bragnalo Tim Burke Gordie Clark Sean Coady Sean Collins Kevin Dean Mark Doharty Patrick Foley Rob Gagnon Chris Grassie Kristian Hanson Peter Herms Jamie Hislop Brad Holt Brad Houston Steve Lyons Joe Marsh Mark McGinn Jim McGrath Mike McShane Frank Messina Tom Nolan Patrick Norton Steve Pleau Chris Pryor Cap Raeder Eric Royal James Richmond Teddy Russell Jason Shipulski Glenn Stewart Tim Walsh Mark White

Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Director of Scouting Scout Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Executive Head Coach Head Coach Scout Head Coach Associate AD Scout Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Scout Head Coach Head Coach Scout Assistant Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach Head Coach Assistant Coach

Phillips Exeter Academy Cardigan Mountain School Middlebury Shattuck St. Mary’s San Jose Sharks New York Rangers Brown University (Women) Reading High School (Mass.) Trenton Devils Reading High School (Mass.) Harvard University Cushing Academy Seacoast Spartans St. John’s Prep (Mass.) Seton Hall Prep (N.J.) Minnesota Wild Univ. of New England Colgate University Phoenix Coyotes St. Lawrence University Salem High School (N.H.) Mercer Chiefs Norwich University Hingham High School (Mass.) Nashville Predators Tilton Prep School Edmonton (WHL) Philadelphia Flyers Tampa Bay Lightning Marshwood High School (Maine) Georgetown (OPJHL) Lebanon Valley (Pa.) Melrose High School (Mass.) Merrimack College Bow High School (N.H.) Brown University

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Wildcat Stanley Cup Champions

Bryan Muir, 1995 Stanley Cup Winner Colorado Avalanche (2001)

Rod Langway, 1977

Kevin Dean, 1991

Stanley Cup Winner Montreal Canadiens (1979)

Stanley Cup Winner New Jersey Devils (1995)

Norm Lacombe, 1983

Stanley Cup Winner Edmonton Oilers (1988)

Dave Lumley, 1977

Stanley Cup Winner Edmonton Oilers (1984, 1985)

WILDCATS SELECTED IN THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE DRAFT Player..................................Team......................Pick No...........Year Eric Knodel.........................Toronto.........................128......... 2009 Greg Burke.........................Washington..................174......... 2008 Phil DeSimone...................Wasington...................... 84......... 2007 Blake Kessel.......................N.Y. Islanders................166......... 2007 James van Riemsdyk.............. Philadelphia.............................2........... 2007 Peter LeBlanc............................ Chicago................................186........... 2006 Brian Foster................................ Florida...................................161........... 2005 Joe Charlebois.......................... Chicago................................188........... 2005 Daniel Winnik............................ Phoenix................................265........... 2004 Craig Switzer............................. Nashville...............................275........... 2004 Kevin Regan............................... Boston...................................277........... 2003 Dan Travis................................... Florida...................................141........... 2003 Brett Hemingway.................... Colorado..............................225........... 2003 John Doherty............................ Toronto...................................57........... 2003 Jeff Pietrasiak............................ Phoenix................................186........... 2002 Michael Hutchins..................... San Jose................................288........... 2002 Sean Collins............................... Colorado..............................289........... 2002 Justin Aikins............................... Columbus............................173........... 2001 Eddie Caron............................... Edmonton.............................52........... 2001 Nathan Martz............................ N.Y. Rangers.........................140........... 2000 Mike Ayers.................................. Chicago................................177........... 2000 Patrick Foley.............................. Pittsburgh............................185........... 2000 Jim Abbott................................. Pittsburgh........................... 216........... 2000 Colin Hemingway.................... St.Louis................................ 221........... 1999 Darren Haydar.......................... Nashville...............................248........... 1999 Tyler Scott.................................. N.Y. Islanders...................... 268........... 1999 Mike Souza................................. Chicago..................................67........... 1997 Eric Lind...................................... Pittsburgh............................234........... 1997 Derek Bekar............................... St.Louis.................................205........... 1995 Eric Nickulas.............................. Boston.....................................99........... 1994 Eric Boguniecki......................... St.Louis.................................193........... 1993 Brian Larochelle....................... Montreal.............................. 255........... 1993 Mike Sullivan............................. Detroit...................................118........... 1992 Trent Cavicchi........................... Montreal.............................. 236........... 1992 Todd Hall..................................... Hartford..................................53........... 1991 Mike Guilbert............................ N.Y. Islanders.......................132........... 1990 Jeff Levy...................................... Minnesota...........................134........... 1990 Scott Malone............................. Toronto.................................220........... 1990 Bob Chebator............................ Toronto.................................199........... 1990 Mike Heinke............................... New Jersey............................89........... 1989 Jeff St.Laurent........................... Toronto.................................171........... 1989 Adrien Plavsic............................ St.Louis...................................30........... 1988 Scott Morrow............................ Hartford..................................95........... 1988 Joe Flanagan............................. Los Angeles.........................238........... 1988 Kevin Dean................................. New Jersey............................86........... 1987 Chris Jensen.............................. Toronto.................................154........... 1987

Chris Winnes.............................. Boston...................................161........... 1987 Bruce MacDonald.................... Philadelphia........................188........... 1987 Steve Morrow............................ Philadelphia........................209........... 1987 Bill LaCouture............................ Chicago................................218........... 1987 Chris Thayer............................... Chicago................................224........... 1986 Rich Burchill............................... St.Louis.................................121........... 1985 Kevin Schrader......................... New Jersey..........................129........... 1985 Steve Horner............................. Los Angeles.........................177........... 1985 Peter Douris............................... Winnipeg...............................30........... 1984 Steve Leach................................ Washington...........................34........... 1984 Rick Lambert............................. Edmonton...........................105........... 1984 Tim Hanley................................. Los Angeles.........................129........... 1984 Mike Roth................................... New Jersey..........................170........... 1984 Allister Brown............................ N.Y. Islanders.......................249........... 1984 Norm Lacombe........................ Buffalo.....................................10........... 1983 Mike Golden.............................. Edmonton.............................40........... 1983 Dwayne Robinson................... N.Y. Rangers.........................246........... 1982 George White............................ Washington.........................173........... 1981 Jay Miller..................................... Quebec...................................66........... 1980 Steve Lyons................................ Boston .................................123........... 1980 Andy Brickley............................ Philadelphia........................210........... 1980 Greg Moffett.............................. Montreal...............................121........... 1979 Mike Waghorne........................ Toronto.................................149........... 1978 Rod Langway............................ Montreal.................................36........... 1977 Bob Gould.................................. Atlanta..................................118........... 1977 Ralph Cox................................... Boston...................................122........... 1977 Bruce Crowder.......................... Philadelphia........................153........... 1977 Bob Miller................................... Boston.....................................70........... 1976 Tim Burke................................... Montreal...............................124........... 1975 Joe Rando................................... Boston...................................156........... 1975 Gary Burns.................................. Toronto.................................191........... 1975 Cecil Luckern............................. N.Y. Rangers.........................205........... 1975 John Corriveau......................... N.Y. Rangers.........................209........... 1975 Bob Bain...................................... Montreal...............................215........... 1975 Jamie Hislop.............................. Montreal...............................140........... 1974 Cliff Cox....................................... Montreal...............................187........... 1974 Dave Lumley.............................. Montreal...............................199........... 1974 Cap Raeder................................ Montreal...............................167........... 1973 Gordie Clark............................... Boston...................................112........... 1972

SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT SELECTIONS Eric Flinton................................. Ottawa.......................................1........... 1993 Brett Abel................................... Edmonton................................7........... 1993 Savo Mitrovic............................ Pittsburgh.................................9........... 1990 David Aiken............................... Edmonton.............................20........... 1989

* Current Players In Bold

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Rod Blackburn~ 1961 Year 1959-60 1960-61 TOTAL

GP Sv GA Sv% 13 315 35 .900 14 595 66 .900 27 910 101 .900

SO 2 0 2

GAA 2.98 4.86 3.84

W-L-T 6-5-0 3-11-0 9-16-0

• Inducted into the New Hampshire Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002 • Was the first goalie captain in the history of UNH Hockey • Named the first All-American in the program’s history

Gordie Clark~ 1973, 1974 Year GP G 1971-72 30 27 1972-73 29 24 1973-74 31  25 TOTAL 90 76

A P 30 57 28 52 28 53 86 162

PPG 1.90 1.79 1.71 1.80

Year 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 TOTAL

• Played for the Boston Bruins from 1974-1976 • Ranks 16th on UNH’s all-time scoring list • Ranks seventh on UNH’s career points-per-game leaderboard • UNH’s first two-time All-America selection • A three-time All-ECAC selection

Cliff Cox~ 1976 Year GP G 1972-73 26 9 1973-74 31 27 1974-75 20 17 1975-76 30 34 TOTAL 107 87

A P 7 16 30 57 19 36 32 66 88 175

Jamie Hislop~ 1976

PPG 0.61 1.84 1.80 2.20 1.63

• Ranks eighth on UNH’s career points list • Is sixth on the program’s career goals leaderboard • Holds the program’s fourth-best single-season goals mark • Earned All-ECAC Second Team honors in 1976

Year GP G A P 1972-73 26 5 16 21 1973-74 31 21 35 56 1974-75 30 28 38 66 1975-76 31 23 43 66 TOTAL 118 77 132 209

PPG 0.81 1.81 2.20 2.13 1.77

• Played in the NHL for both Calgary and Quebec • Ranks fourth on UNH’s career points list • Is second on the program’s all-time assist leaderboard • Ranks ninth among UNH’s career points-per-game leaders • An ECAC First-Team Selection in 1975 and 1976 • Holds the UNH record for consecutive games with a point

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Cap Raeder~ 1974 GP 20 22 27 69

Sv 581 572 708 1861

GA Sv% 67 .897 58 .908 90 .887 215 .896

SO 1 1 0 2

GAA 3.35 2.64 3.60 3.21

W-L-T 9-7-2 15-7-0 18-8-1 42-22-3

• Ranks fourth on UNH’s career goals-againstaverage list • Is fifth on UNH’s career leaderboard in both save percentage and wins • Ranks eighth on the program’s career games played list • Named to the All-ECAC Second Team in 1974

Bob Miller~ 1977 Year GP G 1974-75 26 21 1976-77 38 30 TOTAL 64 51

A P 38 59 59 89 97 148

PPG 2.27 2.34 2.31

• Played in the NHL for Boston, Colorado and Los Angeles • Is the program’s all-time leader in career pointsper-game • Is the UNH record holder for both assists and points in a season • ECAC Rookie of the Year in 1975 • Earned All-ECAC First-Team honors in 1977

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Wildcat All-Americans

Tim Burke~1977 Year GP G A P 1973-74 31 6 30 36 1974-75 30 9 26 35 1975-76 31 9 25 34 1976-77 38 6 27 33 TOTAL 130 30 108 138

Ralph Cox~ 1978, 1979

PPG 1.16 1.17 1.10 0.87 1.06

• Holds the UNH record for points by a defenseman • Is the program’s leader in assists by a defenseman • Named to the All-ECAC Second Team in 1976 and 1977

Jeff Levy~1991 Year 1990-91 1991-92 TOTAL

GP Sv GA Sv% 24 770 80 .905 35 976 111 .897 59 1746 191 .901

SO 0 2 2

GAA 3.22 3.28 3.26

Year GP G A P PPG 1975-76 29 14 9 23 0.79 1976-77 37 40 36 76 2.05 1977-78 30 31 39 70 2.33 1978-79 32 42 32 74 2.31 TOTAL 128 127 116 243 1.90 • UNH’s all-time leader in both goals and points • Recorded the program’s top two single-season goal totals • Holds the fourth, sixth and seventh-best single season point totals • Ranks fifth on UNH’s career points-per-game leaders • Second UNH skater as a two-time All-America selection • Named ECAC Player of the Year in 1979

Domenic Amodeo~1992 W-L-T 15-7-2 20-13-2 35-20-4

• Ranks fifth on UNH’s career goals-againstaverage leaderboard • Holds the program’s third-best career save percentage • Is third on the list of UNH’s single-season saves • Earned Hockey East Rookie of the Year honors in 1991 • Named to the All-Hockey East Team in 1991

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Year GP G A P 1988-89 32 6 12 18 1989-90 39 19 26 45 1990-91 34 15 22 37 1991-92 37 26 42 68 TOTAL 142 66 102 168

PPG 0.56 1.15 1.09 1.84 1.18

• Ranks 14th among UNH’s all-time points leaders • Is 13th on the program’s all-time assist list • Holds the eighth-best single-season point total at UNH • Named to the Hockey East All-Tournament Team in 1992

Andy Brickley~1982 Year GP G 1979-80 27 15 1980-81 31 27 1981-82 35 26 TOTAL 93 68

A P 17 32 25 52 27 53 69 137

PPG 1.18 1.68 1.51 1.47

• Played in the NHL for Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Boston, New Jersey and Winnipeg • Ranked 21st on UNH’s all-time scoring list when he graduated • Earned First-Team ECAC honors in 1982

Tim Murray~1997 Year GP 1993-94 40 1994-95 33 1995-96 34 1996-97 37 TOTAL 144

G 3 0 4 0 7

A 5 6 16 37 64

P 8 6 20 37 71

PPG 0.20 0.18 0.59 1.00 0.49

• Captained the 1996-97 Wildcats • Roger A. Leclerc Trophy (MVP/sportsman) recipient • Robert A. Kullen Award (unsung hero) recipient • Key member of 1996-97 UNH team that set the school record for longest win streak • An All-Hockey East selection in 1997

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Mark Mowers~1998 Year GP G A P 1994-95 36 13 23 36 1995-96 34 21 26 47 1996-97 39 26 32 58 1997-98 35 25 31 56 TOTAL 144 85 112 197

PPG 1.00 1.38 1.49 1.60 1.37

• Ranks fifth on UNH’s career points list • Is seventh on the program’s leaderboard in both goals and assists • Hockey East Rookie of the Year in 1995 • A three-time All-Hockey East selection • A Hobey Baker finalist in 1998

Ty Conklin~2000, 2001 Year 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 TOTAL

GP 22 37 34 93

Sv 491 893 804 2188

GA Sv% 41 .923 91 .908 70 .920 202 .916

SO 0 2 5 7

GAA 1.84 2.51 2.05 2.18

W-L-T 18-3-1 22-8-6 17-12-5 57-23-12

• Is the UNH career record holder in goalsagainst-average, save percentage, wins, games played and minutes • Holds the program’s top two single-season efforts in both GAA and save % • UNH’s fourth two-time All-America selection • A two-time Hobey Baker Award finalist • Hockey East Co-Player of the Year in 2000

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Jayme Filipowicz~ 1999 Year GP G 1996-97 35 3 1997-98 38 3 1998-99 41 8 TOTAL 114 14

A 16 28 30 74

P 19 31 38 88

PPG 0.54 0.82 0.92 0.77

• Two-time recipient of the team’s Best Defenseman Award • Named to the ‘99 NCAA Championship AllTournament Team • Named to the Hockey East First Team in 1999 • Earned Hockey East All-Tournament Team honors in 1999

Darren Haydar~2002 Year GP G A P 1998-99 41 31 30 61 1999-00 38 22 19 41 2000-01 39 18 23 41 2001-02 40 31 45 76 TOTAL 158 102 117 219

PPG 1.49 1.08 1.05 1.90 1.39

• Ranks second on UNH’s career goals list • Is third on the career leaderboard for both assists and points • One of two UNH skaters to score over 100 career goals • Hobey Baker finalist in 2002 • Hockey East Player of the Year and Hockey East Tournament MVP in 2002

Jason Krog~1997, 1999 Year GP G A P 1995-96 34 4 16 20 1996-97 39 23 44 67 1997-98 38 33 33 66 1998-99 41 34 51 85 TOTAL 152 94 144 238

PPG 0.59 1.72 1.74 2.07 1.57

• Is UNH’s all-time assist leader • Ranks second in career points and fourth in goals • Holds the second-best single-season assist total and third-best single-season point total • Won the Hobey Baker Award in 1999 • UNH’s third two-time All-America selection • Hockey East Player of the Year in 1999

Colin Hemingway~2002, 2003 Year GP G 1999-00 22 3 2000-01 37 9 2001-02 40 33 2002-03 40 22 TOTAL 139 67

A P 5 8 18 27 33 66 25 47 81 148

PPG 0.36 0.73 1.65 1.18 1.07

• First Team All-American in 2002 and Second Team All-American in 2003. • Currently ranked 24th in all-time scoring • Holds the sixth-best single-season goal total • Earned Hockey East First-Team honors in 2002 and Second Team in 2003

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Wildcat All-Americans

Mike Ayers~ 2003 Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 TOTAL

GP 4 20 41 36 101

Sv 14 493 1139 886 2532

GA Sv% 2 .875 46 .915 91 .926 100 .899 239 .914

SO 0 1 7 5 13

GAA 4.68 2.44 2.18 2.86 2.49

Lanny Gare~2003 W-L-T 0-0-0 14-3-1 27-8-6 17-14-5 58-25-12

• USA Hockey College Player of the Year, Walter Brown Award winner in 2003 • Second Team All-America, 2003 Hockey East Co-Player of the Year and First Team Hockey East selection • Set single-season school records for wins, saves, save percentage, shutouts, minutes and posted the third-lowest GAA in school history in 2002-03 • Tied UNH career shutout mark (8)

Sean Collins~2005 Year GP G 2001-02 40 20 2002-03 41 22 2003-04 41 16 2004-05 42 19 TOTAL 164 77

A P 25 45 8 30 26 42 37 56 96 173

PPG 1.13 0.73 1.02 1.33 1.05

• Finished with 173 career points (77g, 96a) tied for 12th on the all-time scoring list, playing in a school-record 164 career games. • Ranked tied for seventh in the nation with 1.33 points per game in his final season at UNH • Named to the New England All-Star Team in 2005 • Led squad in scoring as a senior with 56 points • 2002 Hockey East Rookie of the Year

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Year GP G 1999-00 32 6 2000-01 39 11 2001-02 40 9 2002-03 40 22 TOTAL 151 48

A P 14 20 20 31 31 40 29 51 94 142

PPG 0.63 0.80 1.00 1.28 0.94

Steve Saviano~2004 Year GP G 2000-01 16 1 2001-02 40 13 2002-03 42 9 2003-04 41 27 TOTAL 139 50

A P 1 2 14 27 30 39 22 49 67 117

PPG 0.12 0.67 0.93 1.20 0.84

• Was one of three Wildcats named a Second Team All-American in 2002-2003 • Finished career ranked 29th on UNH’s all-time scoring list • All-Hockey East First Team choice in 2002-03 • Led squad in scoring as a senior with 51 points

• 2004 Hobey Baker Finalist and Walter Brown Award Winner • His 117 career points at UNH rank tied for 48th on the all-time Wildcat scoring list • 2004 Hockey East Player of the Year • Led squad in scoring as a senior with a careerhigh 49 points

Brian Yandle~2005, 2006

Trevor Smith~2007

Year GP G 2002-03 31 1 2003-04 41 11 2004-05 41 13 2005-06 38 6 TOTAL 151 31

A 5 17 22 23 77

P 6 28 35 29 98

PPG 0.19 0.68 0.85 0.76 0.65

• Was the sixth leading scorer on the Wildcat roster and was the leading point scorer among blueliners with a career-high 35 points (13g, 22a) in his junior year. • Finished with 98 career points, ranking him third all-time among Wildcat blueliners • All-Hockey East Second Team choice in 2004-05 and in 05-06 • Named to the New England All-Star Team in 2005 and 2006

Year GP G 2005-06 39 10 2006-07 39 21 TOTAL 58 31

A 10 22 32

P 20 43 63

PPG 0.51 1.10 1.08

• Scored a career-high 43 points (21g, 22a) in 39 games helping UNH to its sixth regular-season title during his sophomore season. • Finished with 63 career points in just two seasons. • All-Hockey East First Team choice in 2006-07. • Named to the New England All-Star Team in 2007

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Matt Fornataro ~ 2008

Brad Flaishans ~ 2008 Year GP G 2004-05 30 2 2005-06 38 2 2006-07 39 4 2007-08 37 5 TOTAL 144 13

A 8 8 19 19 54

P 10 10 23 24 67

Year GP G 2004-05 41 8 2005-06 38 5 2006-07 39 13 2007-08 38 18 TOTAL 156 44

PPG 0.33 0.26 0.59 0.65 0.46

A P 12 20 7 12 27 40 28 46 74 118

PPG 0.49 0.31 1.02 1.21 0.75

• A second-team All-Hockey East selection and a New England All Star. • Led the Wildcats in scoring with 46 points (18g, 28a). • A captain his senior year, appeared in 156 games and tallied 44 goals and 74 assists for 118 points, which ranks in the top 50 in program history. • Guy Smith Award winner as Wildcats top offensive

• Posted a career-best 24 points his senior season. • Named a first-team All-Hockey East choice in 2007-08. • Third in Hockey East in defensive scoring and held a team-best +8 rating among defensemen. • First team New England All Star. • Four time Hockey East All-Academic team selection.

Mike Radja ~ 2008 Year GP G 2004-05 42 8 2005-06 38 8 2006-07 33 19 2007-08 36 19 TOTAL 149 54

A P 12 20 9 17 18 37 24 43 63 117

PPG 0.47 0.45 1.12 1.19 0.78

• A first-team All-Hockey East selection and a New England All Star • Ranked second behind Fornataro in scoring, but led the ‘Cats with 19 goals including his team-best six game-winning goals which ranked fourth nationally. • College Hockey Association’s National Player of the Month in February and earned Inside College Hockey’s National Player of the Week on Feb. 11. led the ‘Cats to an unbeaten mark of 7-0-1 during February.

Kevin Regan ~ 2008 Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 TOTAL

GP 23 22 35 32 112

Sv 644 604 1025 962 3235

GA Sv% 50 .928 57 .914 71 .935 72 .930 250 .928

SO 0 3 3 3 9

GAA 2.35 2.63 2.06 2.21 2.27

W-L-T 15-4-2 8-8-5 24-9-2 23-8-1 70-29-10

Brian Foster ~ 2010

Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 • 2008 Hobey Baker Finalist and Walter Brown 2009-10 TOTAL Award Winner.

• Unanimous 2008 Hockey East Player of the Year and first-team All-American • UNH all-time leader in wins (70), saves (3,235), save percentage (.928), minutes played (6598:31), and games played (112). • Only goaltender in UNH history with back-toback 20-win seasons

GP 7 6 35 38 86

Sv GA Sv% 154 11 .933 170 19 .899 935 93 .910 1128 114 .908 2,387 237 .910

SO 2 0 3 0 5

GAA 2.21 3.06 2.68 2.98 2.82

W-L-T 2-2-0 2-2-2 19-11-4 17-4-7 40-29-13

• A 2010 first-team All Hockey East selection and a New England All Star • Four time Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week and Two time Goalie of the Month • Finished in the top five in every 2010 Hockey East goaltending statistical category

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Blake kessel ~ 2010 Year GP G 2008-09 37 6 2009-10 38 10 TOTAL 75 16

A 7 28 35

P 13 38 51

PPG 0.37 1.00 0.68

• A 2010 first-team All Hockey East selection and a New England All Star • Ranked second in the nation in 2010 defensive scoring •Winner of the Rod Langway Best Defensemen Award

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Wildcat All-Americans BOBBY BUTLER, ‘10 FORWARD MARLBORO, MASS.

Wildcat Hobey Baker Finalists

Bobby Butler - 2010 Year GP G 2006-07 38 9 2007-08 38 14 2008-09 38 9 2009-10 39 29 TOTAL 153 61

A P 3 12 12 26 21 30 24 53 60 121

PPG 0.32 0.68 0.79 1.36 0.79

Bobby Butler capped off his All-American senior season with a Hobey Baker “Hat Trick” Finalist nomination. Butler led the ‘Cats in scoring with 53 points (29 goals, 24 assists), ranking second in the country. Among his other awards, Butler was the 2010 Hockey East Player of the Year, 2010 Walter Brown Award winner, Hockey East Three Stars Award winner, a New England All-Star, Leonard Fowle Award winner (NE MVP) and Herb Gallagher Award winner (NE’s best forward).

KEVIN REGAN, ‘08 GOALTENDER SOUTH BOSTON, MASS.

Butler totaled 121 points in his career at UNH, becoming the 67th member of the Wildcat Century Club. A member of three Hockey East regular season championship teams (2007,2008,2010), Butler led the ‘Cats to the NCAA tournament in each of his four seasons.

Kevin Regan was named a Hobey Baker finalist in a season where he nearly rewrote the UNH record book for goaltending. Becoming just the second Wildcat netminder to be named a finalist, Regan posted a league-best 23-8-1 mark, 2.21 GAA and .930 save percentage. He was an unanimous Hockey East Player of the Year selection and a first-team All-American. Kevin was also named the Walter Brown Award winner and was New England’s Most Valuable Player. He led the ‘Cats to the NCAA during all four years, including back-to-back Hockey East regular season titles in 2007 & 2008. Regan left UNH as the all-time leader in wins (70), saves (3,235), save percentage (.928), minutes played (6598:31) and games played (112). In a rich history of goaltending at UNH, Regan left as the first goaltender in UNH history to capture back-to-back 20-win seasons.

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Wildcat Hobey Baker Finalists MARK MOWERS, ‘98 FORWARD WHITESBORO, N.Y.

TY CONKLIN, ‘01 GOALTENDER ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

Mark Mowers, along with Jason Krog, became UNH’s first-ever finalist for the Hobey Baker Award in 1998 as he led the ‘Cats to their first Frozen Four berth in 16 seasons. Mowers registered 25 goals and 31 assists for 56 points as the ‘Cats finished 25-12-1 and advanced to the Frozen Four as a No. 5 seed. Mowers’ overtime goal against Boston University in the East Regional propelled UNH into the Frozen Four. Mark was named a first team All-American in 1998, becoming the first to earn the honor under head coach Dick Umile. Mowers currently sits fifth on UNH’s career scoring list, racking up 85 goals and 112 assists for 197 points in 144 career games.

Ty Conklin was UNH’s second two-time Hobey Baker Award finalist, as he was named to the final 10 in both 2000 and 2001. During the 1999-2000 campaign, Conklin was named Hockey East Co-Player of the Year as he posted a 2.51 GAA and .908 save percentage as he went 22-8-6. The following year Ty posted a school-record five shutouts as he went 17-12-5 with a 2.05 GAA and .920 save percentage. A two-time All-American, Conklin left UNH with eight goaltending records, including lowest career GAA (2.18), save percentage (.915) and wins (57). He also holds the records for season GAA (1.84, 1998-99), save percentage (.923, 98-99) and most minutes in a career with over 5,500.

DARREN HAYDAR, ‘02 FORWARD MILTON, ONTARIO

STEVE SAVIANO, ‘04 FORWARD READING, MASS.

Darren Haydar was one of the “Hobey Hat Trick” finalists in 2002, the first year the field was narrowed to three players. Haydar led the Wildcats in scoring his senior season with 31-45-76, and was the national leader in points per game (1.90). The Hockey East Player of the Year, Haydar led the ‘Cats to their first-ever Hockey East tournament title as well as the regular season crown. UNH advanced to its third Frozen Four in five seasons. Darren, the 1998-99 Hockey East Rookie of the Year,  closed out his career third on the UNH scoring list with 219 points, trailing only Ralph Cox (243) and 1999 Hobey Baker winner Jason Krog (238). 

Steve Saviano was the fifth player in UNH hockey history to be named a Hobey Baker finalist. Saviano was a First-Team All-American in 2004 and was the Hockey East Player of the Year that same season. He was also the 2004 Walter Brown Award winner, given annually to the best American-born college hockey player in New England. Saviano posted a career-high 49 points in his senior season, leading the ‘Cats in points and goals with 27 in 2003-2004. He leaves UNH tied for 48th on the all-time scoring list with 117 points in his four-year career in Durham. Saviano ranked 11th in the nation in his senior season among Div. I scorers with 1.20 points per game.

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The Hobey Baker Memorial Award

JASON KROG’ 99 His amazing skill on the ice and his incredible off-ice credentials are what propelled University of New Hampshire co-captain Jason Krog into the national spotlight and made him a clear-cut choice as the 19th recipient of the Hobey Baker Memorial Award. The statistics speak for themselves — the year’s national leader in goals, assists, and total points; a 2.07 points per game average, 238 career points, a school record 144 career assists and the second all-time point-scorer in the history of UNH hockey. The Hobey Baker Memorial Award is presented to the most outstanding college hockey player in the nation, both on and off the ice. Krog’s on-ice performance of 34 goals and 51 assists for 85 points turned into a series of post-season honors including the unanimous Hockey East Player of the Year and the New England Hockey Writers’ Player of the Year; and spots on the First Team All-Hockey East, All-New England Team, All-Hockey East Tournament Team and the Frozen Four All-Tournament Team. His thread-like passes and blistering slapshot dazzled soldout crowd after soldout crowd at the Whittemore Center. Named as the Most Exciting Player by the Wildcat faithful, Krog never disappointed and led UNH to its first national championship game in school history. Off the ice, Krog was an integral part of the Drug Awareness Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Program throughout the New Hampshire Seacoast and spoke to children on the dangers of drugs and alcohol. In the classroom, he was also ranked in the top 10 percent of his senior class and was a peer advisor in the Whittemore School of Business. Krog was also a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council which implements programs and rules for all student-athletes on the UNH campus.

THE HISTORY OF HOBEY BAKER The Hobey Baker Memorial Award annually honors the top player in Division I college hockey in the United States and is named in honor of the finest athletes in American sport. Hobart Amory Hare Baker was born in Philadelphia, Pa. on Jan. 15, 1892. At age 11 he enrolled at St. Paul’s School, the famous prep school in Concord, N.H. St. Paul’s pride was its ice hockey team. The school had introduced the sport to America only eight year’s before Hobey’s arrival. Hobey Baker made the team at the age of 14 and was soon its hero faring well against college and semi-professional teams. After St. Paul’s, Hobey attended Princeton University where he played both football and hockey. He captained the hockey team for two seasons and the football team for one as a punt returner. Fans would line up hours in advance just to see him in action. In his era, Hobey was universally recognized as the best amateur hockey player in the United States. In 1917, Hobey was commissioned a lieutenant in the Army as a member of the famous “Lafayette Escadrille”, which was the first group of American pilots sent to France for World War I. He was an adventurous pilot and he was officially credited with bringing down three enemy planes and was decorated with the “Croix de Guerre” for exceptional valor under fire. Following the armistice, Hobey had his orders home in hand and he announced to his fellow officers that he would take one last flight. A quarter-mile into his flight, his engine quit and the plane crashed. Hobey Baker died at the age of 26. He received a posthumous Army citation from General Pershing for distinguised service and exceptional gallantry. Hobey was one of the first Americans selected to the Canadian Hockey Hall of Fame in 1945 and in 1973 the United States Hockey Hall of Fame named him a charter member. No finer example of the true sportman may have ever been developed in American athletics. Whatever game he played he always played it first of all for the joy of the sport.

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HOBEY BAKER AWARD RECIPIENTS Year 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Neal Broten George McPhee Mark Fusco Tom Kurvers Bill Watson Scott Fusco Tony Hrkac Robb Stauber Lane MacDonald Kip Miller David Emma Scott Pellerin Paul Kariya Chris Marinucci Brian Holzinger Brian Bonin Brendan Morrison Chris Drury Jason Krog Mike Mottau Ryan Miller Jordan Leopold Peter Sejna Junior Lessard Marty Sertich Matt Carle Ryan Duncan Kevin Porter Matt Gilroy Blake Geoffrion

Team Minnesota Bowling Green Harvard Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Duluth Harvard North Dakota Minnesota Harvard Michigan State Boston College Maine Maine Minnesota-Duluth Bowling Green Minnesota Michigan Boston University New Hampshire Boston College Michigan State Minnesota Colorado College Minnesota-Duluth Colorado College Denver North Dakota Michigan Boston University Wisconsin

Conference WCHA CCHA ECAC WCHA WCHA ECAC WCHA WCHA ECAC CCHA HEA HEA HEA WCHA CCHA WCHA CCHA HEA HEA HEA CCHA WCHA WCHA WCHA WCHA WCHA WCHA CCHA HEA WCHA

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